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Tuesday, December 14, 10,20.
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER. OREGON
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From Neighboring Towns
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Mr. and Mrs. George Krebs of the
Last Camp visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Phil Brady at their home near lone
there and here are vastly different.
In Oklahoma the system is to work
the tenants all year, take all the pro
duce, and then turn them loose, while
in Morrow county, although a farmer
may be broke in the fall, he always
has another crop planted and some
sort of prospects for next year, while
the plan of the banks and business-
A. J. Watts, engineer of encroach-1 men here is to do all they can to help
"WHATSOEVER A MAN SOWS,
THAT SHALL HE ALSO REAP."
This is an unchanging la. There is no
getting around it. If a man wants corn
he plants corn. If he wants potatoes
he plants potatoes. Therefore if he
wants money he should plant money.
How? By planting it in a savings ac
count at our bank, where it will grow.
There is no surer crop than the money
crop if properly planted and carefully
. cultivated. Make a start. Let us help .
inents of the 0. W. R. & N.,. accom
panied by Stephen Quale, construc
tion superintendent of the highway
on Willow creek, made a short call
in Cecil on their way to Portland on
Elvin Miller of Highview ranch
was the guest, of Jackie Hynd at But
toerby Flats on Sunday.
Mrs. Ellis and daughter, Miss Mary
of Ewing, were callers in Cecil on
Mrs. T. W. May of Lone Star ranch
accompanied by Mrs. Edwin Fan
chier of Four Mile, were calling on
their friends in Cecil on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Miller of
Highway ranch were visitors at the
county seat on Monday. I
J. M. Melton of the Loo'kout, who
has been on the sick list for some
time, made a short visit in Cecil on
the farmer through a hard pinch in
stead of trying to break him.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our sincere and
heartfelt thanks to our friends and
neighbors for their kind sympathy
and assistance during the illness and
death of our daughter Eleneor.
Geo. McDuffee and Family.
Card of Tlianks
We wish to extend our thanks to
neighbors and friends for their kind
ly assistance and sympatny extended
at the time of the illness and death
cf our beloved son. Also for the
beautiful floral offerings.
D. C. Wells and Family.
In the Circuit Court of (lie State of
Oregon for Morrow County
, T. . Hynd Brothers Company,
Misses Lois Easterly and Ester .. i
Winter, also Ralph Winter, of Four
mile,, were business callers in Cecil
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Deas of the
Willows spent Sunday as the guests
of Mrs. Jack Hynd at Butterby Flats.
Feter Bauernfiend left Cecil on
Monday for lone and Heppner where
he was attending to business in con
nection with the late Peter Benson's
Miss Zella Kelly was the week-end
guest of Miss Mildred Middleswort
at Rhea Siding.
John Currin of Wells Springs was
a busy man around Cecil on Monday.
J. Micheal of Morgan was a pros
pective hay buyer on Willow creek
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgan and fam
ily were callers in Cecil Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bradford and chil-
For Girls and Boys
GILBERT'S EDUCATIONAL TOYS FOR
Brik-tor $1.75, $6.00
Chemistry Outfit $2.50, $7.00
Designer and Toy Maker $1.50, $2.50
Electrical Set . .'. $250
Wireless Telegraph $7.50
Wheel Toy $6.50, $7.50
Erector $2.00, $3.00, $5.50
Mysto Magic , $2.00
Puzzle Parties 35c, 75c, $1.50
lool Chests $5.00, $9.00, $14.50
Aluminum Tea Sets $2.00, $2.75, $3.75
Aluminum Domestic Science Sets
$1-35. $2.75, $3.75
HUMPHREYS DRUG CO
dren left on the local on Friday
fewawiww!wwiwiiwwwii morning for Prairie City, where they
were called by the sudden illness of
l Mr. Bradford's father. Mr. Bradford
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16
VM. FOX Presents
Should a Siusban
A Drama of high life and deep shadows that re
duces the problem of the nvs to the
terms of modern life
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18
A Surprise-Packed Mystery Dramr
has been working for J. F. Ryhmer
on the bridge work,
What was the reason that the
"mayor" of Cecil escorted six young
ladies to church on December 5th,
while visiting in the county seat, and
left his "deputy" standing alone at
the corner of (he street?
W. G. Pi'lmeteer of Windynook
W and Albert Lindstrom of Morgan were
callers at Cecil on Sunday.
A. Finley, carpenter of lone, is
busy at Butterby Flats for a few
Oral Kenrikson of the Snuggery
arrived at his home on Saturday from
Portland and all his, friends are
well pleased to see him looking so
well after his operation.
A. Henrikson, the prominent slock
man of Willow Creek, was a busy
man on Wednesday receiving two car
loads of fine cattle at Cecil depot.
Mr. Mam from Portland delivered the
cattle. Mr. H. declares it won't take
long to feed off his cattle on the hay
which is grown on his ranch, the
feeding qualifies are so good.
J. r. Ryhmer, contractor for the
cement bridge in the Cecil district,
and who has been at work on tin
Bridges, lei t tor lone on Friday for a
IV w days before finishing up his Cei
The Girl in the Web
OKLAHOMA COMtl'l IONS HAD
R. E. Al.sloll, who with Mrs. Al
siott recently returned from a visit
to th"ir old home in Oklahoma
where they were called early in No
vember by the dealh of Mr. Alston's
mother, brings back rather gloomy
eports about conditions in that cou.i-
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It will make vou talk
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19
try, wmcti he says are so much worse
than in Morrow county that there i
no comparison. When Mr. Alston ar
.j, rived at his old honm tome Hix weeks
ago, corn was selling at 75 cents a
, bushel. When he left to return west
W tne same staple was going at 35
cents. Cotton was selling at just
what the picking had cost, to say
Vrf iimiuiig 01 tne cost of growing. As
Q coin and cotton are the staples there
,nf- conditions are about as bad as can
i-jl . be imagined.
i .Most ot the farming In lliatcotmtry
Ut n e by t.-nant farmer, ami Mi
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rtiMotr. says mat the condition of
hundreds of families who have li.ut
0 their year's work and been turned ofl
the land without a dollar at the be
0 ginning of winter, is indeed pitiable.
So impoverished ate the people and
so desiute are their families that
robbery and theft Is common, and
conditions are fast approaching
V .something akin to anarrhv.
Mr. Alston ays the condition
E. L. Crawford, Nora
Crawford Moors and
Gecrge Moore, her hus
land, Mable Crawford
Crawford Wade and
Atvai Wade, her hus
TO E. L. Crawford, Mable Crawford
Wade and Alvin Wade, of the
above named defendants:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You and each of you
are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled suit on or
before six weeks from the 14th day
of December, 1920, to-wit: oiv or be
fore the 26ih day of January, 1921,
and if you fail to so answer, the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for in its complaint
herein, to-wit: i
For a decree of the court decreeing
t!i:, you and each of you have no
estats or interest in or lo the follow
ing described real property, or any
part thereof, to-wit : I
The West half of the South- ,
west quarter and the Southwest
quarter of the Northwest quar
ter of Section Twenty-four (24),
and the Northeast quarler of
the Southeast quarter of Sec- .
tion Twenty - three (23), in
Township Three (3) South of
Range Twenty-eight (28), East,
of the Wil'amette Meridian in
the County of Morrow, Stalo of
nd further decreeing thai plaintiff
is the owner in fee of the whole
thereof,, and that you and each of you
be forever enjoined from, asserting
any claim in tr to said premises, ad-
verse to the plaintiff.
For such other relief as may hr
equity be just.
This summons is served upon you
by publication hereof once a week for
six consecutive weeks In the Jlepp- I
ner Herald, a weekly newspaper of
general circulation in Morrow Coun- 1
y, Oregon, published at Heppner, by j
v ill ue of an order duly made ami en- .
tired herein on tin' 3 1th day of HeJ 1
' in !)" !, 1 920, by tiie Honorable W.I
T. O'l.ipbell, County Judge of Mor
P'W County, '. on. and the date of
the fii-t publication of this siiiiuiioim
is L.rc'uher l'.lli, 1 920, and the
date ol tie' lasl publication hereof
wiil t, January 2 fi, 1921.
.SAM V.. VAN VACTOli, !
Attorney for Plaintiff. !
Post Office addle-;;, Heppner, On gon i
I wish to express my appreciation of the
liberal patronage enjoyed by my store dur
ing the past year, and to extend Holiday
Greetings to my friends and customers.
May each and every one enjoy a very
Merry Christmas and a Happy Ney Year.
Bowers' Shoe Store
. , , By C. M. BOWERS, Proprietor
HOOD RIVER APPLES
Newtown Pippins, Spitzenberg and Ortleys
RICE $1 .85 t
Phone Main 464, or call
J, L. YEAGER RESIDENCE
WA NT A US
CHRISTMAS TREES - At leasonable
prices. Make special order for
large trees now and save money.
Mrs. Oney, near depot. 33-31
LOST Automobile tire, 30x3 'i, on j
wood wheel. Kinder return lo Hum
phrey':; Drug Co. and receive re- j
WANTED To buy, two or llir.e (at I
hogs, alive or dressed. Cb'i. H.
Latourell, Ford Agency, ll..p.
ner, On gon. 2I'f
LLOYD HUTCHIX-.ON cle.-ua, dye;,
pn-sses and npa'is men'1: und In
dies' rlothinr,. satisfaction gunr-
FASHIONAliLH DRESSMA KINO
Remodeling and Ladles' Tailoring.
Mrs. Curn-n, Church Htreet. 27tf
Subwribe for the Herald and get
all the count ntwi. Only 12 a year.
WHEN CHILDREN EAT
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Heppner Bakery Bread
they are usually healthy and happy because their
bodies are well nourished.
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME
by patroniing Home Industries and your town will
be prosperous and progressive because its
business body will be nourished.
BUY REPPNER-MADE BREAD. ONLY 10 J LOAF
HEPPNER BAKERY, M. W. Hammer, Prop.
THE HEPPNER HERALD, ONLY $2.00 A YEAR