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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1927,
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
J. A. Williams, extensive wheat
grower and pioneer fanner of the
lone country, was attending to bus
iness matters in Beppner on Friday,
taking off a little time from weeding
and seeding to come to the city. Be
cause of the abundant rains this fall
the ground is in excellent condition,
and weeds have come along abund
antly. Mr. Williams states that in all
his experience as a farmer in Mor
row county, and this has extended
over a period of some 35 years, he
never saw conditions better than this
t full. Weeds will be killed and out
of the way and the grain will have
a splendid start before cold weather
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhl and Mrs.
Earl Eskelson were Lexington people
in Heppner on Monday. While here
they were extending an invitation to
the old timers to be present at a re
union in Lexington today, when it is
expected that a large number of the
"old homesteaders" s well as many
others who have resided within the
country surrounding Lexington for
the past quarter of a century or more
will be present to enjoy a day of fel
lowship. A basket dinner will be
spread at noon, and there is to be an
Irene Fraters, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fraters of Eight Mile, was
united in marriage to Mr. Supream J.
Marciel of Alameda county, Clif., at
-the office of E. R. Huston, justice of
the peace, on last Thursday after
noon, Mr. Huston performing this,
his first wedding ceremony since as
suming office. We understand that
the young people will make their
home in California. Mr. Marciel has
been spending the summer in Morrow
county, working for Mr. t raters. -
Eldred McMillan, who was on the
Lexington football team in the game
at Heppner Sunday, suffered an in
jured knee. In the game on Satur
day Marvin Gammell received a bad
ly bruised shoulder, and Paul Hisler
suffered a sprained knee. These boys
were taken to Morrow General hos-
' pital where their injuries were looked
J. A. Pointer and wife, evangelists.
who are at present holding a meeting
at the Alpine schoolhouse, were vis
itors in Heppner Sunday evening and
Mr. Pointer preached an excellent
sermon at the Christian church. Mr.
and Mrs. Pointer are former residents
of Lexington, where they lived before
entering the work of the church.
Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Eobison were
down from their Rock creek ranch
on Wednesday. Mr. Robison states
that the range is very fine in the foot
hills of the mountains. He under
stands that farmers in the Hardman
country have all finished with their
threshing and that the order now is
putting in the fall grain.
Robert Schrivner of lone, aged 6,
was thrown from a wagon at lone on
Thursday last. He was immediately
brought to the office of Dr. Johns
ton who x-rayed his injuries and
found the lad had suffered a frac
ture of the elbow, which received
proper surgical treatment.
August Whihammer, employed on
the Edward Riettnann ranch north
of lone, is being cared for at Mor
row General hospital as a result of
his being thrown from a wagon in a
runaway. He was pretty badly jarred
up and suffered injuries to his back.
James McGuirk, while working cut
ting wood in the mountains Monday,
struck his foot with the ax and near
ly severed the big toe. Dr. Johnston
was called to minister to him and
kt is not thought that he will lose
Charley Ayers and Art McAtee
spent a day or two deer Hunting in
the mountains. The results were
buck apiece, the one Mr. Ayers shot
being a very fine specimen. They, re
turned home on Tuesday.
Jack Holt and Raymond Hatton at
Star Theater Thursday and Friday in
Zane Grey's FORLORN RIVER.
J. T. Morgan of lone had the mis
fortune to get his face quite badly
cut while working with a header on
Sunday. He was brought to Heppner
and his injuries attended to by Dr
lohnton. Dr. A. D. McMurdo and Postmaster
Smead have been' absent from the
city this week in quest of deer in the
mountains. No report has reached
this office as to the results of the
Frank Shively, Jack Terry and E. E.
Clark composed a hunting party go
ing out to the Ukiah vicinity the end
of the week for their last hunt be
fore the close of the teason today.
Ed Sexton of Cecil suffered a frac
ture of two ribs in a fall from a
wMeat wagon Che 'early part of 'the
week. Hia injuries were attended by
Dr. A. H. Johnston has been among
those in the mountains this week lo
cating a buck deer that he might cap
ture before the season closes.
George Burnside and family have
moved to town frm their Eight Mile
farm, and expect to reside here for
Mr. and Mrs. F. Burroughs of Jor
dan Siding and Mrs. Missouri Jordan
of lone were visitors in Heppner on
Begin ijow to get ready for the big
Armistice Day dance at Elks Temple
Friday evening, November 11th.
Mrs. Rosa Jackson of lone is a pa
tient at Morrow Gentral hospital,
suffering with gall stones.
Wanted One good Jersey, cow
that will give milk all winter. Ad
dress Box 402, lone, Ore.
FOR SALE One wood chopper's
outfit and one Ford ear. Inquire at
Reid's planing mill. 29-31p
Syd Chaplin as Old Bill in THE
BETTER "OLE, Star Theater, Sun
day and Monday.
FOR SALE Second-hand Universal
range; also baby carriage. Phone
this six weeks Bre: in the seventh
grade, Amabel Strodtman, first with
even As; Dale Lane, second with six
As; Beulah Eskelson, second with six
Mrs. Turner was called away to
Monument over the week end on ac
count of severe illness of her father.
Mrs. Gerald White, a former teach
er in Lexington grade school, is vis-
itinir in -Lexington this week. She
has visited the school several times.
Many of the high school students,
members of both churches, are jour
neying to Heppner tonight to attend
the six-weeks' Willow Branch tn
Mr. and Mrs. Johnston made a visit
to Portland and vicinity last week
The members of the eighth grade
on the honor roll were: Beryl An
derson with five As; Ora Anderson
second with four As.
ALPINE NEWS ITEMS.
On thp pveninflr of Fridav. the 14th.
a musical entertainment was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Bower oi neppner
and Mr. and Mrs. Woods of Lexing
ton at Alpine high school auditorium.
A very good crowd attended and all
enjoyed the songs, and especially tne
comic recitations of Mr. Woods. Re
freshments were served after the pro-cram.
Tho Twilight Quintette played for
a dance in Boardman's new auditor
ium on Friday night.
The young people of Alpine and
Sand Hollow enjoyed the dance at
Lhe home of Henry Rouch on Satur
day, the 13th.
Lexington School Notes.
The high school is practicing for an
amateur vaudeville to be given Octo
ber the twenty-eighth.
In the seventh and eighth grades
the honor holl system has been adopt
ed. Those receiving an A in deport
ment and at least three As in other
subjects are on the honor-roll for
this six weeks. The members for
FIRESIDE ART STUDIO.
T have onpnpd the above named
studio at my residence on Chase
street and am prepared to fill orders
for hand painted novelties, also dook
racks, hnnk ends, hangdn? shelves and
many other designs .in artistic fur
niture. My finished articles are on
sale at Gordon's drug store. If you
An Ti.it find what vnll V'Ull there
please call at my studio, see my cat-
logues and 1 will De glad to help you
with your selection and your order.
Hand painted greeting, tally and place
cards a specialty. Mrs. D. E. Gilman.
i?es in Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, and that he will on Friday, the
.th day of November, 1927, at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, at his place 16 miles
south of Heppner, Oregon, offer for
tie and sell said anima'a to the
highest bidder for cash in hund un
less tho same shall have been re
deemed by the owaer or owners there
of. Said animals are described as
One red heifer, '2 years old; no
visibje marks or brands.
one red heifer, 3 years old, marked
with swallow fork in left ear.
31-3 PAUL WEBB. HenDner. Ore.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon, the undersigned has taken up the
hereinafter described animals, fcund
running at large on his premises in
Morrow County, State of Oregon, and
that he will on Saturday, the 5th day
of November, 1927, at the hour of
10:00 o clock in the forenoon of 3aid
day, at his place 6 miles southwest of
Hardman, Oregon, on the middle fork
of Rock creek, offer for sale and
sell the said animals to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, unless the
same shall have been redeemed by
the owner or owners thereof. Said
animals are described aa foJ,low3:
One buckskin mare, weight 1000
pounds, age 15 years; brand is two
Ss, with backs together, on left hip.
One buckskin mare, white face,
weight 1250, 4 years old; brand same
as first named animal.
One buckskin gelding, white face,
weight 1250. 4 years old; like brand
as first named animal.
One sorrel mare, white face, weight
weight 1150, 6 years old; same brand
as first named animal.
One black gelding, weight 1050, 8
years old; brand same as those above.
One bay mare, white strip in face,
weight 1100, 6 years old; brand same
as above animals.
One bay saddle horse, weight 900,
6 years old; same brand.
One bay mare, weight 900, age 10
years; like brand as those above.
One black gelding, weight 900, 4
years old; branded 11 with -circle
over, on right hip.
Onq bay gelding; branded OJ with
-circle over, weight 1300, 12 years
old; has bell on.
One brown mule, weight 950, 10
years old; no visible brands. i
One sorrel gelding, weight 1009, 4
years old; brand on left Bhoulder is
same as first above described animal.
31-8 Hardman, Oregon.
Teacher And now, children, give
me the definition of a husband.
Tommy It's something no respect
able family should be without.
The Door The Door
Graduate "Have you an opening
for a college trained man?"
Manager "Yes, it's right behind
you, and would you mind closing it
as you go out?''
"I've never had a chance," said
the man with the hang-dog express
ion. "No matter what I do my un
lucky number pops up and gets me
"How come? What is your v
"Thirteen. Twelve jurors and one
1 Ask You'r Grocer for the 1
Oregon Bakery's j
I NEW SUPERIOR LOAF
"Butternut" or "Round-Up"
1 Our home-made pastries are de-
1 livered in Heppner fresh daily
"Goodness, have you been in an
"Do you remember that ploy of
mine that was produced the other
"Well, they called for the author at
the end, and unfortunately I didn't
realize how much they wanted him."
NOTICE OF SALE OFvANIMAL8.
Notice is hereby given hat by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon, the undersigned has taken up
the hereinafter described animals,
found running at large on his prem-
Charter No. 11007
Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
AT HEPPNER, IN THE STATE OF OREGON, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 10, 1927.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of
other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold
with endorsement of this bank $322,422.77
Overdrafts, unsecured - B33.43
U. S. Government securities owned:
All United States Government securities (inluding pre
miums, if any) i - 7,700.00
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned .- 9,395.00
Furniture and fixtures 2,719.27
Real estate owned other than banking house . 6,857.20
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank , 30,681.37
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks 89,181.43
Checks on other banks in the same city or, town as reporting
bank . 1,448.83
Total of last two items above $90,630.26
Miscellaneous cash items 3,537.72
Other ossets .. 4,134.05
Total : $478,611.07
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
Undivided profits $8,093.17
Less current expenses paid 3,385.15 4,708.02
Certified checks outstanding 50.00
Cashier's checks outstanding 1,011.21
Total of last two items above $1,061.21
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Re
serve (deposist payable within 30 days): ,
Individual deposits subject to check 364,683.30
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than
for money borrowed) 109.94
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge
of assets of this bank or surety bond .'. 7,700.00
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve $372,493.24
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days, or
subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savings):
Savings deposits (including time certificates of deposit other
than for money borrowed) 50,348.60
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve $50,348.60
Total : -. $478,611.07
State of Oregon, County of Morrow, ss:
I, J. W. Beymer, president of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. J. W. BEYMER, President.
Subscribed and uworn to before CORRECT Attest:
me this 19th day of October, 1927. rj, FRENCH,
, J' Yu,'- " J. G.' THOMSON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires May 31, s J0S- M- '
needs red-blooded food to keep up the flow of
vigor he expends in football and other sports
as well as in his studies. '
For that reason he should be fed plenty of
vegetables, fresh butter and eggs iron and
- You'll find the markets choicest offerings
at our store all the time.
HIATT & DIX
Phone Main 1072
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Star Theater, Heppner, Ore.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20 AND 21 :
Jack Holt and Raymond Hatton in "FORLORN RIVER"
' From the sitory by ZANE GREY. A Cyclonic Zane Grey thriller, pnoduced amid the wild natural
beauty of the Westert) crags and canyons. Jack Holt as the man of mystery in the northwest cattle
country the centraT figure in a whirlwind of action. ,
Also FELIX in "Two Lip Time," and the third episod of STRINGS OF STEEL.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22:
Marguerite de la Motte and M. Gregor in . . "THE KID SISTER"
Adapted from the story "The Lost House," by Dorothy Howell. A small town maid who would a
city flapper be she wanted thrills and got 'em. A gripping ensemble of thrills, laughs and sighs.
' ' Also RAGING TIDE, cartoon comedy, and KINO GRAMS 'NEWS REEL.
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SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 23 AND 24 :
SYD CHAPLIN, as Old Bill, in. . . . . "THE BETTER 'OLE"
The funnies story that has come out of the war. Shells' were bursting about them, and Old Bill
ajid his cockney pal, Alf, dove into a shell hole. Alf, up to Mb neck in mud, was groucning; but Old
Bill said "If yer an find a better 'ole, go to it." '
The trouble with Old Bill was he didn't keep his mind on tho war; but he took the 'ell out of It
and turned it into an uproarous comedy.
A SIDE SPLITTER! HYSTERICALLY FUNJiY! A HEAVY BARRAGE OF LAUGHTER!
Also HELLO LAFAYETTE, two reel comedy. CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 50c
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. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25 AND 26:
Adolph Menjou and Greta Nissen in 'BLONDE OR BRUNETTE'
For a comedy that's funny ALL the time, choose "Blonde or Brunette." Blonde Greta Nissen Ar
lette Marchal, the bewitching French brunette imagine Menjou trying to choose between them.
It's a CHOICE comdy. You want to see this.
lso comedy BAD BREAKS, and KINOGRAMS NEWS REEL.
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NOTE We are now showing two news reels every week, one on Sautrday and one on
Tuesday-Wednesday. They are the latest news reels being shown in towns the size of ours
and the two issues we show cover the field, the most important happenings of the world.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Monte Blue and Dorothy Devore in THE MAN John Barrymore and Dolores Costello in WHEN
W, C. Fields and Mary Alden in THE POTTERS. Jacqueline Logan in FOR LADIES ONLY.
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