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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1928.
Essay Contest Subject
The Oregon Historical Society has
selected "The Territorial Govern
ment of Oregon" as the subject for
the 1929 C. C. Beekman History
Prizes and Medals. The prizes are
four In number, viz., fist, sixty dol
lars; second, fifty dollars; third, for
ty dollars; and fourth, thirty dol
lars; and will be awarded for the
best four original essays on the
above named subject written and
submitted by pirls or boys over fif
teen years of age antf under eigh
teen years of age, attending nay
public or private school, academy,
seminary, college, university, or
other eductaional institution within
the State of Oregon. Each of the
four prize winners will also receive
a handsome bronze medal.
The conditions governing the com
petition are as follows:
(1) The essay submitted in com
petition must not exceed two thou
sand words in length.
(2) The essay may be in hand
writing or in typewritten form, pre
ferably upon paper of commercial
letter size, either ruled or unruled,
the several sheets being numbered
consecutively and written on one
side only, with blank space of about
one and one-quarter inches at top
and left-hand margins.
(3) The essay shall be accompan
ied by a separate sheet containing
the name and post office address of
the writer, the date of his or her
birth, and the name of the school
(4) There shall also be delivered
with the essay a certificate signed
by a teacher or instructor of the
educational institution attended,
stating that the writer of the essay
is a pupil or student attending the
(5) In order to be considered in
competition the essay must be de
livered, by mail or in person, to
The Oregon Historical Society,
Room C, Public Auditorium, 253
Market Street, Portland, Oregon,
not later than March 16, 1929.
(6) All essays submitted in com
petition will be numbered and sub
mitted, without the names of the
writers or other identifying marks,
to three judges selected by the un
(7) All competitive essays will be
judged according to their general
merit and excellence; but the judges
will also take into consideration, In
passing thereon, neatness of manu
script, acucrate orthography, cor
rect grammar and composition, and
purity and clarity of diction.
The Oregon State Library in Sa
lem has a reading list or bibliog
raphy upon the above named sub
ject which will be sent to any Ore
gon student on request Books per
taining to the subject are obtain
able in most Oregon public libraries.
Oregon has a system of local librar
ies, supplemented in many cases by
county library systems, and in all
cases by the Oregon State Library.
Students desiring such books should
apply first to the local library which
if not having the books, should se
cure them from the county and
state libraries. If the local lblrary
cannot give this service, which is
usual, or if there is no local library,
the student should write directly to
the Oregon State Library at Salem,
which makes loans of books free of
charge, except 'postage, to all citi
zens of Oregon. In writing to the
Oregon State Library students
should state the information desired
and not merely confine requests to
some particular book or books
sought thereby enabling the State
Library to substitute other material
In case any book requested is not
B. B. BEEKMAN, , ..
LESLIE M. SCOTT,
GEORGE H. HIMES,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA
Mr. and Mrs. George Hayden
were visitors in Heppner on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Johnson re
turned from Portland last week-end.
Mrs. Elmer Ball and family have
been guests at the home of G. A.
Farrens the past week.
Elvira Bleakman has been absent
from her classes this week on ac
count of illness.
Mrs. Mary E. Coats Is visiting
her son, Claud Coats at Boardman.
John Groham of Condon is a
guest of A. D. Inskeep.
Mysterious invitations to a Hal
lowe'en party have been received
from Mr. J. O. Lantern and O. A.
Ghost All the school children are
eagerly awaiting the event
The science class, accompanied
by their teacher, Miss Louise Torre,
went on a hike on Wednesday.
J. B. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Adams, F. E. Adams. Ted Burnslde
and Victor Johnson have returned
home from Zillah, Wash., where
they have been picking apples.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bleakman
have moved to town for the winter.
AUXILIARY GIVING CHEST.
Th eAmerican Legion Auxiliary
is giving away a beautiful hope
chest that is being filled by dona
tions from Its members. This chest
will be on display at the window of
Gilliam & Bisbee hardware store
for a time. It will contain many
beautiful and attractive articles
that the members of the Auxiliary
have been busy for some time work
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thomson de
parted for California on Sunday, be
ing accompanied by Mrs. Thomson's
mother, Mrs. Katherine Farnswoth,
who will spend the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. W. L. Dinsmore at
Menlo Park. After a short visit
taking in some of the California
cities, Mr. and Mrs. Thomson will
J. W. Beymer, president of Far
mers & Stockgrowers National bank
was a visitor here from his home at
Monument over Saturday.
Mrs. Belle Bennehoff, mother of
Miss Leotia Bennehoff of the Hepp
ner schools, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Tracy Matthews, were vis
itors here over the week end from
Baker county. Mrs. Matthews is a
sister of Miss Bennehoff, and she
and her husband were on their way
While he si taking his vacation,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells are
spending a few days this week at
Shelly Baldwin, who was laid up
for a few days in the hospital, suf
fering from a severe cold, Is out
again and attending to business.
FOR SALE Ford Truck Good
cab and express body. Good condl
tion. Very cheap. Heppner Garage.
FOR SALE Fine piano in stor
age near Heppner. Will sacrifice
for quick sale. A snap. Write Tall
man Piano Store, Salem, Oregon,
for full particulars. 30-2
Independent Candidate for Sheriff:
To the Electorate of Morrow
I hereby announce myself an In
dependent candidate for the office
of Sheriff of Morrow County at the
general election on Nov. 6, 1928, and
shall appreciate your support
Hercules Shorthorn Female Sale
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1928
HERCULES FARM, SPRAGUE, WASH.
. 50 FEMALES 12 HERD BULLS
Sale Includes: 25 yearling heifers mostly from our best Scotch fam
iliesmany of them bred to Collynie Field Marshal. 12 Open heifers. 12
Cows with calf at foot or safe in calf.
Now is the time to invest in good purebred Shorthorns, because better
cattle means more profit. Shorthorns are good beef cattle as well as good
milkers. Their milk production provides a dependable Income in addition
to the calf crop. With Shorthorn calves selling at J50.00 a head or more,
a good cow may be regarded as a good kind of mill to grind up cheap un
salable roughage and make it into a valuable calf. There will likely be
many bargains In this sale.
UI CATTLE TUBERCULIN TESTED AHD 60-DAY RE-TEST
J. W. (TEX) CONDON
F. M. BOTKROCX CO.,
SOS x change Nat'l Bank
chain KEUD & WMDTE STORES
I It will pay you to have those
; old tarnished mirrors res 11-
: vered. Work Guaranteed.
I W. H. and E. L
I GUman Building, Heppner
Whenever you see these horses on
a pair of overalls you know they
represent overall sattitfaction.
Whether they are
For Men and Youths, or
For Men and Boys
they represent the utmost in overall
making. They are the result of over
55 years of knowing how. We could
tell you all about their good points
and how they are well made, but
when we ask you to buy a pair at
our risk, giving you
A New Pair FREE if They Rip
you are protected in every way.
Miie br Levi Strauss & Co. San Frineiico
Reliable Merchandise Since 1853
Overalls For Sale by WILSON'S.
Levi Strauss "Two Horse" Brand
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This rate also applies from all
main and branch line points be
tween Huntington and Arlington
J Jil ;Ws1ajT-atJii cMiRi I
GOING NOVEMBER 2
Leave Heppner 10:00 P.M.
Leave Heppner Jet 2:16 A.M.
Arrive Portland 7:15 A.M.
RETURNING NOVEMBER 3 OR 4
ANY REGULAR TRAIN
These tickets honored In COACHES ONLY.
No baggage will be checked.
See Agent also for fare and one third rate covering entire period of
CHESTER DARBEE, Agent, Heppner, Ore.
THE OVERLAND ROUTE
THE OVERLAND ROUTE
To the Public: ,
We have purchased the above Market
and re-opened for business at the old stand
on Main Street.
At all times you will find here the best of
Fresh and Cured Meats and the prices are
We shall appreciate your patronage.
Henry Schwarz & Son
Heppner Gazette Times, Only $2.00 Per Year
M. D. Clark Hiatt & Dix
Your PROSPERITY Is At Me
The independent ownership plan of the RED & WHITE Store is the ideal
grocery plan it gives you chain store prices and yet keeps our community
prosperous... Here are a few of our specials Come in or phonc.we will
welcome your patronage. RED & WHITE Grocers Live IN the Commu
nity, Not ON the Community.
YOU CAN DO BETTER AT A RED & WHITE STORE
Saturday-Monday (Oct 27-29) Red k White Super-Specials
WE RESEBVE THE EIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
ORIGINAL SHREDDED WHEAT
1 Package for
COUNCIL CORN BEEF, 12 OZ.
1 Package for
YELLOW CLING PEACHES 2J2's
2 Cans for
I Bottle for
NATIONAL BISCUIT CO.S BUT- S4f
TER FLAKES, 15. OZ. 1 pkg. (orJU J.C
B. & M. BAKED BEANS andB. &
M. BROWN BREAD. Both for
SERVUS SIFTED PEAS
2 Cans for
SARDINES, OVAL, BOOTH'S
2 Cans for
SERVUS COFFEE, 1-LB PACK
3 Rolls for
SHAKER SALT, Iodized or Plain.
1 Package for
3 Pounds for
2 Pounds for
3 Pounds for
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chain KEUD & WflflOTE STORES
You will have two ballots to vote on
Tuesday, Nov. 6, when you vote for
ROBERT R. BUTLER
The regular general election ballot, which has all the
candidates for National, State, District and County
offices, as well as the mesures, will be used to select
a successor to Nick Sinnott for the long, or regular
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Be Sure You Vote on Both Ballots
And Vote Both Times for Robert R. Butler!
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THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25-26:
BUCK JONES in
"BLOOD WILL TELL"
A thrilling romance of laws and outlaws. A tale of Inherited
heroism and bravery.
Also OUR GANG in RAINY DAYS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27:
OLIVE BORDEN in
"THE ALBANY NIGHT BOAT" "
Thrills and suspense. Coney Island shots.
Also Felix, Curiosities and News Reel.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 & 29:
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
"DRUMS OF LOVE"
With MARY PHILBIN.
Beauty, Romance, Action! All the things that Griffith put into
"The Birth of a Nation." The love, the pathos, the drama, that
niled "Way Down Eeast." Thrilling! Throbbing! Vivid! Vibrat
ing! Also BELOVED ROGUE two reel beauty
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30 & 31:
HELEN COSTELLO and OWEN MOORE in
"HUSBANDS FOR RENT"
Madcap marital romance. Hilarious, sly. Tale of a lady who
knew whom she wanted.
Also Comedy and News Reel.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Will Rogers in A TEXAS STEER, Nov. 1 and 2.
William Haines in THE SMART SET Nov. 3.
Harold Lloyd in GRANDMA'S BOY, Nov. 4 and 5
Ralph Grav.es in THE CHEER LEADER, Nov.
6 and 7.