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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1927
A. H. Johnston, Health 29.65
W. E. Bullard, Health 75
A. E. Perry, Watermaster 40.17
C. B. Oral, Sealer 10.23
C. A. Miller, Court House 4.04
Be it remembered that County
court met in regular session at the
court house in Heppner, Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 3rd day of August,
1627, when among others the follow
ing proceedings were had, to wit:
The Court considered the different
applications for the position of jan
itor of the court house and being ad
vised in the matter appointed Charles
O. Ayers as janitor at a salary of
f 80.00 per month, the same to be paid
monthly as are the salaries of the
The first road petition of B. F.
Swaggart and others was dismissed
owing to a discrepancy in the descrip
tion of the same.
The second road petition of B. F.
Swageart and ethers was read and the
report referred to the District Attorney.
The following claims were approved
and ordered paid from the respective
Vaughn & Goodman, General. J 1.90
Martin Reid, General 4.90
R. W. Voile, General 160.69
W. L. McCaleb, General 14.10
Cohn Auto Co., General 2.00
C. H. Latourell, General 90
B. A. Amy, General 160.52
Standard Oil Co., General .
E. J. Keller, No. 8
Tum-A-Lum, No. 9
Geo. Thompson, No. 18
G. H. Hayden, Bridge 55.65
Gabrial Powder Co.. No. 22 .. 63.80
Tum-A-Lum, Lex.-Jar 11.80
F. Shively, No. 18 11.00
A. R. Reid, Lex.-Jar - 8.01
State, Roads 49.21
First National Bank, Roads .. 4,309.24
Farmers Stockgrowers Na
tional Bank, Roads 1,879.70
Arlington National Bank,
First National Bank, Market 4,197.11
Farmers 4 Stockgrowers Na
tional Bank, Market 1,938.43
State, Market 87.36
Peoples Hardware Co., Mkt. 6.60
Union Oil Co., Market 312.57
Karl Beach, Market 224.35
Tum-A-Lum, Market 17.00
F. Shivey, Market 56.15
A. R. Reid, Market 24.99
State, Market - 36.56
F. E. Parker, Roads 358.41
State, Roads 99.02
Frank Edwards, General 88.33
Dale Bleakman, No. 22 8.00
Sherman Electric, Gneeral .. 9.82
A. J. Chaffee, General 2.00
Peoples Hardware Co, Gen. 22.00
Union Oil Co., Roads 269.66
J. O. Hager, Lena-Vinson 3.00
C. Melville, Lex.-Jar 42.50
L. H. Frederickson, Lex.-Jar. 5.72
W. W. Smead, Cur. Ex 44.00
Lydia Ritchie, Pension 10.00
Rebecca Knicrht, Pension 17.50
Julia McEntire, Pension 32.50
Rose Floreon, Fersion 17.50
Ida Fletcher. Poot - - 15.00
Henry Cramer, Poor 25.00
Harry Archer, Poor 12.00
Mabel Howell, Poor 20.00
Belle Courter, Poor 20.00
J. W. Kellogg, County Court 5.00
L. P. Davidson, County Court BJ.uu
G. A. Bleakman, County Ct. 25.00
C. A. Miller, County Cout 2.00
Roy Scott, Election 5.0"
W. F. Barnett, Election 5.00
Pac. Tel. Co, Cur. Ex 40.39
State, Sheriff 6.74
Kilham St. Co., Sheriff 2.05
Geo. McDuffee, Sheriff 38.00
Irwin-Hodson, Sheriff 23.81
Pac. Sty. Co., Clerk - 7.91
Gazette-Tin.es, Office 75.90
Dorothy Herren, Assessor 15.00
J. 0. Hager, Court House .... 647.25
Sherman Electric Co, Ct. Hse. 45.98
J. A. Patterson, Court House 2.25
W. P. Prophet, Poor . 2.85
Glass-Prudhomme, Jus. Ct. .. 3.38
Thomson Bros, Poor 64.88
M. D. Clark, Poor 10.90
Lexington School Notes.
The student body met Tuesday and
elected the following officers: James
Leach, president; Eula McMillan, vice
president; Given Evans, secretary;
Cliff Miller, treasurer; Vernon War
ner and Mary Slocum, yell leaders.
A high school dance was given in
the Leach hall last Friday evening.
Both students and faculty reported
a good time. Refreshments consist
ing of punch and cookies were served
during the evening.
Most of the faculty showed their
western spirit and were present at
the Pendleton Round-Up last Satur
day. Some of them had never seen
a western show before and so were
quite impressed when they came back.
Among those who went were Mr. and
Mrs. Johnston, Miss Gingrich, Miss
Richolson and Miss Vail.
Mr. Nordyke has loaned the grade
school some Indian relics which the
sixth grade is using in connection
with their Oregon history. The other
grades are also getting the benefit
of them as they are gathering infor
mation concerning the Indian.
Many of our former high school
students are going to college this fall
for the first time, while some are go
ing back to finish their college educa
cation. Those goingto 0. A. C. are
Buster Gentry, Elmo Nolan, Eva Wil
cox, Lester White, Bunk McMillan,
and also Maxine Gentry, who is a
senior this year. Elmer and Alice
Palmer are going to Pacific, Lawrence
Beach to U. of O, Laurel Beach to
Whitman and Eva Padberg to normal
TVi T.ndioa AiiYiliarv of the EdIs-
copal church will serve meals in the
hotel dining room during the three
days of Rodeo.
Farm Leaders in the Making
Harold C. Stlmson, Donor Annually,
of a Fine Heifer; Club Girl, Carmen
Daniel 1926 Winner And Her
Each year Harold C. Stlmson,
owner of the famous Hollywood
Farm of Washington, presents a
splendid Holstein heifer for the
best work, in Livestock activities,
done by Club boys and girls in the
Northwest. Carmen Daniel of Cove
Oregon, outstanding Club girl .in
Holstein activities in the United
States for 1926, was the winner of
last year's award.
Over 11,000 boys and girls are do
ing Club work In Oregon, an equal
ly large number in Washington, tin.'
over 600,000 in the Unitol States
Boys' and Girls' Club Work U
found at its best at Camp Plummer
during the week of the Annual Pa
cific International Livestock Expo
sition at Portland, to be held this
year October 29 to November 6, In
clusive. Here the Northwest's fu
ture agricultural and livestock lead
ers obtain one week's practical In
struction in the science of farming.
Boys and girls come from all parts
of the Northwest to participate in
the inspiring exercises held annu
ally at the Camp.
Over $100,000 in premiums are
given each year at the Pacific In
ternational for exhibits of Pure
Bred Livestock and Agricultural
Products. The Exposition combines
great Livestock Show, Dairy Prod
ucts Show, Land and Manufactur
ers' Show, Northwest Fox Show,
Wool Show, Industrial Exposition,
and the world's greatest Horse
That the Pacific International Is
one of the great assets of Agricul
ture and Livestock interests in this
western country is now conceded
without question. 150,000 people
from all parts of the nation are ex
pected to attend this year. Special
fare-and-one-third rates to Portland
during the Exposition are to be in
. ... .v iea,ijng railroads
of the Northwest.
...lAs UNION PACIFIC
"WV 8TAOE8. INC.
Ma' p.rtclnf 4. liuf
JW Schodah Effoctiv Stpt. 5th
Lv. Arlington 11:1 a.m. IMS p. am.
Arrival Timo Thmao Point!
!: p. m. use p. m.
Mf p.m. p. m.
Si4f p. m. 7:1 p.m.
Lv. Arlington la p.m. euep-M.
Arrival Timm Thoto Point:
a:f I p. m. I:lf p. am.
p. an. ll:s p. m.
Connection at Pendleton with
Pendleton-Walla Walla Stages
MOTOR COACHII LIAVEl
See Railroad Agent
at various points
en route for ticket!
STAGE 5. INC.
F. W. Turner & Co.
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
ALFALFA AND GRAIN FARMS :
Good Listings In Both Mdrrow and
CITY PROPERTY for RENT or SALE
Distributed among Morrow County far
mers since Juanary 1 st.
When you bring us your cream the
money stays at home.
WE PAY PORTLAND PRICE WITH
PREMIUM FOR NO. 1 CREAM
Morrow County Creamery Company
A HOUSE, BARN, MACHINE SHED,
Or just doing some repairing?
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR
Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard
A. R. REID, Proprietor
Phones Mill 9F25, Yard Main 1123
When Thinking 'Eats'
for the A
We have a special stcok of
Lunch Goods besides our
Staple and Fancy
the kind that keep forever
Melons, Fresh Fruits
HIATT & DIX
COME TO US FOR
The new, improved Superior and Kentucky
The Calkins Combination Fanning Miil and
Wheat Treating Machines; the Cheney Ro
tary Rod Weeder ; Oliver and P. & O. Plows ;
Disk and Pig Tooth Harrows.
Anything and everything for farm work.
We are here to serve you right.
COME IN AND SEE US.
Gilliam & Bisbee
Word received in Heppner today
announced the aerioua illnesa of L. D.
Swick, retired atockman of Monument,
who Buffered a severe stroke of par
alysis at his home. Dr. G. G. Gaunt
of Condon was called in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Swick spent most of the
summer at the home of Mra. Swick's
sister, Mrs. Frank W. Turner, at
Heppner, returning to their Monu
ment home but recently after a visit
at Hood River.
NEW COMPANY AT PENDLETON.
Pendleton East Oregonian.
The Ferguson Motor company, han
dling Oakland and Pontiac cars, is a
new arrival in the Pendleton automo
tive field. The company has leaaed
the Swearingin building at the cor
ner of Johnson and Water streets,
formerly leased by the Transport
Motor Co. A carload of new cars ar
rived yesterday and two cars are ar
Gene Ferguson is to be local man
ager for the company which also has
the Chevrolet agency at Heppner.
Both the Oakland and Pontiac are
six cylinder cars made by General
Hemstitching Ready Sept. 20 in
Case Apartments. Mrs. Ed Hunt. 20-8
The Dalles and Pendleton
In Internal Medicine for the
past fifteen yeara
BRAND NEW ; BIG STOCK
WRIST AND STRAP
For Men and Women
All latest sizes and shapes; guaranteed
From $12.50 up.
SEE OUR WINDOWS
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be In
THE DALLES on WEDNESDAY, OCT.
12th, at the DALLES HOTEL.
And In PENDLETON on THURSDAY,
OCT. 13 at the DORION HOTEL.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by the state of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart, kid
ney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh, . SS
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica leg
uices and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Oregon
who have been treated for one of the
above named causes:
Elmer Booker, Condon.
Chas. Desch, Portland.
D. G. Horn, Bonanza.
Fred Shields, Klamath Falls.
Daniel Steinon, Albany.
R. E. Near, Central Point,
Joe. Sheoships, Gibbon.
Remember above date, that consul
tation on this trip will be free and
that his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompan
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
THE CROWD'S COMING
and the cowboy sets the mode
are here for your selection.
Visit our store anytime today or be
tween 7 a. m. and 1 :30 p. m. tomorrow
and Saturday as we will be closed
during the show.
Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBE 22:
HOOT GIBSON in "THE PHANTOM BULLET"
FRRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23:
JACK HOLT in "BORN TO THE WEST" By ZANE GREY
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 :
REX, the Wild Horse, in "BLACK CYCLONE"
These are all action pictures, full of adventures and thrills. Comedies, news reels, etc.,
with every program.
Al children 'occupying seats must buy tickets. CHILDREN 20c, ADULTS 40c.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 AND 26 :
Reginald Denny and Marino Nixon in .... "ROLLING HOME"
A new Reginald Denny funny-bone tickler that will shake a laugh out of a tomb-stona. He's a aur
e cure for that tired feeling. It's a long lilt of laughter from beginning to end.
DENNY'S BEST; DONT MISS IT I
Also THE BATTLING KANGAROO, two reel animal comedy.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27 AND 28:
Florence Vidor and Clive Brock in . . . "THE POPULAR SIN"
T light comedy of love, marriage and divorce, against a glittering Parisian society and back-stage
Also comedy HIGH SPIRITS and a MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON.
Rin-Tin-Tin in THE NIGHT CRY. Bester Keaton in THE BATTLING BUTLER.
Betty Bronson in THE CAT'S PAJAMAS.
Johnnie Walker in THE CLOWN.