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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1927.
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RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
Whereas, is has pleased our Heav
enly Father to summon to her Eternal
Rest our beloved sister Mary A. Kirk,
who was long a faithful member of
San Souci Rebekah Lodge, No. 33,
Therefore, be it resolved, that San
Souci Rebekah Lodge No. 33, in tes
timony of its loss and to express its
love, drape its charter for thirty days
and that we tender to the bereaved
family of our departed sister our
deepest smpathy, and that a copy of
these resolutions be spread on the
minutes, and a copy be sent to the
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to those who helped, and the
many who offered their help to us
during the recent serious illness of
Margaret Swift. Especially do we
thank Dr. McMurdo for his never fail
ing words of encouragement and hope.
CLYDE SWIFT and the FAMILY.
CARD OF THANK3.
For the many kindly expressions of
sympathy tendered us in the hour of
sorrow in the death of our son John
W. Huston, we wish to in this man
ner extend our heartfelt thanks. Th,e
consolation of friends in such a time
ce this is priceless.
E. R. HUSTON AND FAMILY.
Gay M. Anderson and daughter June
returned yesterday from a few days
vacation spent at Spokane and Couer
d' Alene. They report a most enjoy
RAMS FOR SALE Homneys, Ram
bouillets and Hampshires from the
famous Coffin ranch, Yakima. See J.
J. Kelly, Heppner. 19-21
For Sale 24 head of Corriedale
rams; also 6 head of Shorthorn bull
calves. Phone, or see J. G. Barratt,
THE YANKEE CLIPPER, the grey
hound of the sea when America ruled
the waves. Star Theater, Sunday and
WHEAT MARKET EXCiTED.
The eastern whea tmarkfjt.3 became
vtry muih excited Monda when
freezing weather was reported over
a large area in Canada, and there was
a raise of six cents a bushel through
the day. The Portland market did
not go quite so high, but there was
an advance of one to three cents over
Saturday. Portand quotations were
$1.27 to $1.32. Much of the wheat
in the northwest this year is lacking
in protein and not up to standard for
milling purposes, but will be sold for
The grain inspection department
under the State Market Agent's office
at Portland handled some 300 car
loads of wheat Monday and expects
an average of 200 carloads a day dur
ing the next three months.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly
of Eight Mile, Thursday, August 4,
an 8-pound girl, at Morrow General
Service Methods. Lowest Prices, Best
Values. W. T. Rawleigh Co., Dept.
OR 1827, Ookland. Calif. 19-22
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of
Lexington, a 10-pound son, on Aug
ust 5th, Dr. McMurdo of Heppner attending.
Evergreen blackberries, $1.75 per
crate, post paid; 3 for $5. R .S. LUD
LOW, Estacada, Oregon. 20.
Born, a 9V4-pound son to Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Sargent at their home near
lone on August 9th.
Chas. Hynd and young son are vis
itors in the city today from their
home at Ukiah.
William Boyd in THE YANKEE
CLIPPER, Star Theater, Sunday and
A ranch to rent, 1000 acres; plenty
of water. D. E. Gilman, Heppner.
WANTED Housekeeper for family
of four children. Inquire this office.
Wanted Man with machine to sell
Rawleigh Products in Gilliam county
and part Morrow county. Profits $100
to $500 per month selling these Good
Health Products. No selling exper
ience required. We supply Products.
Sales and Advertising Literature and
Going to the
If so you'll want to be prepared with plenty
of good eats.
We keep a full line of picnc and lunch goods
A SATURDAY SPECIAL YOU WON'T
HAVE TO COOK.
HIATT & DIX
Come to your state University for cultural
education and professional training,
Opportunity it offered in
22 departments of the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts
And in the Schoott of
Architecture and Allied Arts
Business Administration Educa
tion Journalism Graduate Study
Law Medicine Music Physi
cal Education Sociology Social
Work Extension Division.
College Year Opens September 26, 1927
For information or catalogue write
The ReQittrar, UmVereitp of
Oregon, Eutene, Ore.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will receive sealed
bids until 2:00 o'clock P. M., the 7th
day of September, 1927, and imme
diately thereafter the bids received
will be publicly opened by the Coun
ty Court, at the County Court Room
in the Courthouse in Heppner, Ore
gon, for the purchase of an issue of
bonds of Morrow County, for the con
struction of permanent roads there
in in the sum of one hundred twenty
thousand dollars ($120,000), said
bonds to be in denominations of $1,
000 each, numbered 1 to 120, inclu
sive, to bear date of September 1,
1927, and to mature serially in nu
merical order at the rate of $6,000 on
the first day of September in each of
the years 1933 to 1952, inclusive, the
first maturing $78,000 par value of
said bonds to bear interest at 4 3-4
per annum and the last maturing
$42,000 par value of said bonds to
bear interest at the rate of 4 per
annum, payable semiannually on the
first days of March and September,
principal and interest payable in gold
coin at the office of the County Treas
urer in Heppner, Oregon, or at the
fiscal agency of the State of Oregon
in New York City.
All bids must be unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check for
The court reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
The approving legal opinion of
Messrs. Teal, Winfree, McCulloch &
Snuler will be furnished the success
GAY M. ANDERSON,
County Clerk, Heppner, Oregon,
Lots of rain. Lots of
We have the CHENEY
new, improved revolv
We have the new light
draft SNIDER Weeder.
A new blade weeder on
three wheels, does the
work of 2 14-ft. blades
of the old type.
Spring tooth harrows
are good weed killers.
Mowers and Rakes
We Have It, Will Get It, or It
is Not Made.
GILLIAM & BISBEE
We would like to figure with you on
ANYTHING YOU NEED
Whether you want the best or the cheaper
grades we can save you money.
LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25 Yard Main 1123
THE KEY TO EDUCATION
True education not only opens up stores of knowledge but
develops the alert mind. The chief glory of modern science
THE SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT
Higher education in the field of applied science combines
technical study with the fundamental training essential to
citizenship. Its degrees open the way not only to leadership
in "the several pursuits and professions in life" but also to
a larger community service.'
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Maintains schools of Engineering (civil, electrical, me
chanical, chemical), Mines, Forestry,, Agriculture, Pharma
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Military Science, all offering accredited college work. The
School of Basic Arts and Sciences, Inductrial Journalism,
Library Practice, Physical Education, and Music afford
sound basic and specialized training.
For catalogue and other information address the Registrar
CASE IN JV9TICE COCRT.
Deputy Sheriff Chaffee of Board
man picked up an alleged moonshiner
whom he brought to Heppner this
Morning. The case will be heard in
justice court this afternoon.
FOUND A neck chain of beads, or
namented with a shield containing in
itials IHS and a crucifix. Owner can
get same at this office by paying for
Thirty different diseases are trans
mitted by flies. They deposit germs in
three ways. By contact, vomit spots
and excret. Flies are the filthiest in
sects known. They taint everything
they touch. Fly-Tox kills flies. It is
safe, stainless, fragrant, sure. Sim
ple instructions on each bottle (blue
label) for killing ALL household in
sects. Insist on Fly-Tox. Fly-Tox is
the scientific insecticide developed at
Mellon Institute of Industrial Re
search by Rex Fellowship. Fly-Tox
brings health, comfort and cleanli
C W. McNAMER, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH
Call us when you have anything in our
line to sell.
Phone Main 652
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 11 AND 12:
Eddie Cantor, Clara Bow and Billie Dove in . . . "KID BOOTS"
Comedy on the links to take the kinks out of your smile machinery. The show that captured Broad
way, Chicago and every big city in America. LAUGHS! LAUGHS! LAUGHS!
Also Earle Foxe in THE MOTOR BOAT DEMON, two reel Van Bibber comedy by Rich
ard Harding Davis, and 5th episode of THE WINKING IDOL.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13:
Helene Chadwick and Dorothy Revier in 'STOLEN PLEASURES'
A vivid drama that proves that you can't fight fire with fire in matters of love. Beware of stolen
sweets, especially other men's wives. A thrilling drama of modern marriage.
Also THE COURAGE OF COLLINS, two reel comedy western. '
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SUNDAY AND MONDAY, AUGUST 14 AND 15:
William Boyd and all star cast in . . "THE YANKEE CLIPPER"
From the story by Denison Clift. The "Covered Wagon" of the Sea. A realistic drama of the glor
ious era when America dominated the sea a picture packed with romance, drama moving to a grip
ping climax of tempestuous emotion. One of the finest of recent productions, 100 entertainment.
Also THANKS FOR THE BOAT RIDE, two reel comedy. Children 25c Adults 50c.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16 AND 17:
Bebe Daniels in "THE CAMPUS FLIRT"
A spoiled, pampered college girl, plunged into American university life, given a dose of her own snob
bish medicine and made to like it decides to show 'em. With the result that "The Campus Flirt"
winds up with a slam-bang, riotous climax. One of Bebe's best.
Also comedy, THE LITTLE PEST, and K1N0GRAMS NEWS REEL.
Pete Morrison in BLUE BLAZES.
Richard Dix and Lois Wilson in LETS
Lillian Gish in THE SCARLET LETTER.
Aldolph Menjou in THE ACE OF CADS.
How often have you thought that if
you had an audience such as hear the
world's leading orators, you could do
Or that if you had all the people
in Morrow county together at one
time, you could tell them many
Exactly this opportunity is af
forded through the columns of the
Heppner Gazette Times. More than
800 Morrow county families are wait
ing for word from you every week.
What an opportunity to tell your story
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