Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About Heppner herald. (Heppner, Or.) 1914-1924 | View This Issue
THEHEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, May 2,1922
THE HEPPNER HERALD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
S. A. PATHS ON. Editor ani Publisher
Eater at the H2pn.-, Ore;-n, Postuff.c a seconi-oi-js Matter
One man killed and two seriously wounded, two
families driven from their homes in the night. A trained
nurie fored to flee into the brush at midnight carrying 'an
innocent babe suffering from the worst form of double
pneumonia. Two young girls stripped of their night robes
and forced to stand nude before a jeering mob. A sworn
officer of the law induced to betray his trust and join in
with the law breakers that perpetrated these outrages,
himself making a murderous if futile attack on a loyal offi
cer,, only to pay fc;r liis folly with his life. Such is the
ififi m e i ty crop of fruit borne in one night recently in a
suburb of Los Angeles, and ail because the Ku Klux Klan,
self appointed censor of the thoughts, actions and religious
LJief of other people suspected a Mexican of bootlegging
and undertook, in defiance of the laws of the land to punish
him for being the victim of their suspicions.
Other outrages perpetrated by these sheet and pillow
sham prowlers have occured all over the country, several
of them in Oregon. At Medford three men have been
taken out at night and threatened with death because the
klansmen suspected them of wrong doing. What sort of
Americanism is this, hat usurps the place and power of
the law and presumes to mete out punishment without trial
of the accused? What sort of an organization can this be
that, meeting in secret and parading the highways and
streets with forms and faces hidden from the gaze of
honest men and women, that presumes to say that this man
or that man, no matter how high his ability and fitness,
may not till any public office because he is a Catholic, a Jew,
a Negro or a foreign born citizen?
The very thought of such an organization, based on
fanaticism and religious bigotry, denying to those
whom they may suspect or oppose the constitutional
rights guaranteed to every citizen, prating of "100 per cent
Americanism," would be ludicrous if it were not becoming
so wide spread and threatening.
The Herald has on former occasions given publicity
to some of the operations of the Klan and has expressed
the hope that the organization will never gain a foothold in
Morrow county, and in the! light of the Los Angeles affair
it eniphal iatlly reiterates that hope.
1'iU even tho this county has no branch of the organi
zation its influence is being felt
crr.'iirr (1,-tTcc as the catntiaicn
flidaU-s for legislative po-itions in which this county is
interested have been approached and the solid backing of
the klan offeree! them if they would agree to serve the
klan after election and it is not denied that a determined
effort is now being made to
t '(,n(rri.iH',n Svimu.H I ..(: n
... . ' ' '., ,,' , , 1 i-
a Lathohc. Is this Americanism.- Real, law-abiding,
American, who are not ashamed to go about with their !
laces uncovered and are not ashamed ol the company they
keep, should unite at the coming primaries and pick men,
who are known to be unsmirched by any connection with
Now comes another nut.
town he proposes to "keep the
ling moving picture machines
her his name, but n the newspaper reports of his plan for,;": tl ' 7 T cn
. . , .... , ' ,' , 1 , . hae been wuitered In this neighbor-
agricultural uphlt he is credited with a iortane ot several ; hood. The. vm be ,pastured at
millions ot dollars
Moving picture machines wont keep the boys on the
farm. Or radio machines. Or Fords. Look at this:
Out of every dollar paid by the consumer for" farm produce:
'The famer receives The distributor receives
37 cents 63 Cents
To keep the boys on the farm these figures must be
change. 1. That and that alone will do the trick. And
after changing them it will nut be so easy to stack up a
pile of dollars in the1 cities to be followed by published
.statements about barnyard moving pictures.
CASH VARIETY STORE
Summer Hats, Sunshades
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
Helen V. Smith ... - Prop.
THE HEPPNER HERALDONLY $2.00 A YEAR
here and may be lelt to a
orocrresses. Already 'can-!hPar
bring about the defeat
H i r.r i sniinfi,ifl tn hp !
Sitting at a shiny desk ir.
boys on the farm" by instal
in the barns. I 'don't remem-1
Joe White of The Willows was
calling "on his Cecil pais oa Tuesday.
Frank Haiferty, of Korean was tk
Ing ia the sights of Cecil Monday, j
Waiter Pope spent the week end in
Cftcil before leaving for the Willows.
W. E. Aha.it is busy plowing with
tis Fordsoa tractor for Leon Logan
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. , Funk and
daughter, of lone, were callers ia Ce-
c'l on Monday. v
One of Grank Turner's shearing ! , Defendant )
crews are busy shearing at Killarneyj Otto Leathers, Defendant:
for J. J. McEntire. IN THE NAME OF THE 'STATE
Mr. and Mrs. George Krebs, of The or 0RE00N": You are hereby re
Last Camp, were visiting friends in "'lired t0 appear and answer the
Arlington on Friday. ;
,, . . '
Mrs. George A. Muler. of Highview;
ranch spent Fnday nsuing with Mrs. ;
xi a.,, uvr rtucii near zone.
Miss Doris Logan left on the local
for lone on Friday and will visit
at the home of her aunt.
Miss Edith Swick, of Rhea Siding
spent the week end with her friend
Miss Grace Palmiteer, at Shady Dell.
George R. Post, of Portland, was
looking up his friends in Cecil vicin
ity on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Lindstrom ,from
their ranch near lone were visiting
at Highview, the home of 'Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Miller on Sunday.
-Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Philips who
have been working at Willow creek
ranch for several months left on the
local Wednesday for Portland.
Misses Cleta Palmateer, of Windy-
nooTj and Ellen Ely, of Morgan, were
taking in the sights of Sunny Cecii
alv FJ.ankQ:'nilard 3Dd ,
also Mrs. Marion an Schioack we
callers on Mr. and Mrs. Geo Krebs:
., , U3i
at The Last Camp Thursday.
v j. uioua.
Clifford Henrtcksen left Willow-
creek ranch on Tuesday with a fine
bunch of cattle for their Hamilton
ranch above Heppner. ;
Mrs. Jack Hynd and son, Herb, of
Butterby Flats, were viaiting Mr. and i
Mrs. George Henricksen at Straw-i
berry ranch on Sunday.
W. G. Hynd, of . Sand Hollow, and
A. Ashinhurst arrived In Cecil Sat-,
urday and spent a few days among
their friends while viewing all the
good products in Cecil vicinity. I
Mrs. Karl Farnsworth and child-1
ren of Rhea Siding were calling In!
I Cec11 n Sunday. We are glad to
that Mr- fanwworth is improv-
mg under the care of his doctor in dersigned as guardian of the person
Portland. j anij estate of Bessie Wiglesworth,
Noel Streeter is the proudest boy Gladys Wiglesworth and Walter Wig
in Morrow county. Last Saturday lesworth, minor heirs of Bitha Wig
while scouting around tho hilis near lesworth, deceased, will on and after
Cecil Noel came across a coyote den
aad aptured e!ght pups. Noel's
bright smiles can be seen yet He
lg thiBklng Qf J"!
pr so look out Harold ' ;
Dick Logan arrived at his home at
Fourntfle for the week end aad had
a busy time inspecting his fathers
prospects for a good wheat crop. Dick
couldnt resist the temptation of
spending most of his time behind
some horses plowing, seeding efo, br
fore leaving for his studies at Icne
Roy Scott, of The Lookout, left on
Tllufy with a large bunch of cattle
feana Hollow for a few weeks and
will thi fed off at some of the Hynd
Bros, upper ranches. Hynd Bros, de
clare that In spite of the long, bard
winter their cattle are looking better
than was expected.
Cecil Lieualien accompanied by
Emery Gentry spent Kme time at
Rutterby FlaU on Friday. Mrs.
Jack Hynd returning to Heppner with
them. We understand Mrs. Jack
as speeding on Thursday ni(ht to
such an extont that she ( not the car)
landed in a large niud hole and she
stuck so Tast that it took several
helpers to pull her out. However to
convince the spwd cop, Cecil that it
was on her own land and not the
on highway that she was speeding,
Mrs. Hynd left for the county seat
with him to prove matters.
Heppner Korald Want Ads bring
home the hacon.
JoK on Him.
The brliie mid Kro-.m, followed h
the uuul shower of uij h.'e urn)
rive, loankd the train. The travel
ing tuun across the aisle eiiji.je.l the
fuu to his heart's cuntitit.
After th? train started, the groom
tried to clean up the rubbish left by
the merry maker. He o(emd the win
dow and threw out the old nhoes anil
rubbish. The traveliug man was w
smuttid that he forgot that he was
sitting there In his stocking feec
Later he came to his senaes am'
then he found that the groom had nils
taken the only pair of shoes the travel
teg man had with htm (or aoma uai
U BMMTyuiakera had left.
COrSTT TREASURERS NOTICE
All Morrow County General Fund
Warrants registered up to and ineiu
dijyf September ), 1521. will be paid
';pon presentation at cty otnce on or
af:er Ma- 10, 15:2. Interest ceases
after that date.
T. J. HUMPHREYS.
County Treasurer 52-2
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON" FOR THE
COCXTT OF MORROW
i Otto Leathers,
complaint filed against you in the
above entitled suit v.-lthin six weeks
of t,e d.w of fte fim pubUcation of
tti3 Su!Em0M. and if you fail t0 so
i j . it ,
arpear and answer for want thereof,
the plaintiff will proceed lo rsk the
Court that the bonds of matrimony
j now existing between the plaintiff
ar!cl defendant be forever dissolved
an1 te' for caught and that plain-
tiff be gracted(an absolute divorce
from said defendant; That the plain
tiff be decreed the sum of One Hun
dred ($100.00) Dollars as a reason
able attorney's fee in this suit to
gether with her cost3 and disburs
ments; That plaintiff be. granted the
permanent care, custody, and control
of Evelyn Lucile Leathers, the minor
child of plaintiff and defendant and
for such other and further relief as
to the Court may seem equitable,
Thi3 summons is published pursuant
t0 an order of the Honorable. Wm. T.
Campbell, Judge of the County
Court of Morrow County, Oregon,
made and anteredon the third day of
Varch 19 22
' ' F. A. McMENAMIN,
, At fQp
t, ,a j .
Residence and Postofflce
.. n -
address Heppner, Oregon
Date of first publication, April 18,
Date of last pubUcation, May 30,
OF SALE OF
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow County.
In the matter of the Guardianship
of the Person and Estate
Bessie Wiglesworth, Gladys Wig
lesworth and Walter Wisles"worth,
Minor heirs of Bitha Wiglesworth,
Notice is hereby given that the un-
Wednesday the 18th day of May,
1922, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.
at the First National Bank in the City
of Heppner, Morrow County. Oregon,
offer at private sale to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, all of the
right, title and interest of said minors
: in and to the following described real
; property, to-wit:
Southwest quarter of
Northwest quarter of
Section Thirteen (13) .
Southeast quarter of
Southwest quarter and
Northwest quarter of
Southwest quarter of
Section Twelve (12)
in Township Three (3)
South Range Twenty
eight, (28). E. W. M.
Such sale is made under the pur
suance of a license and order of sale ;
granted by the county court of Mor-1
row County, State of Oregon, on the
Hthjday of March, 1922, in the mat
ter of the guardianship of said
minors authorizing the sale of said
Dated and first published this 18th
day of April, 1922.
W. E. WIGLESWORTH.
Guardian of the Per
son and Estate of Bes
Bie Wiglesworth, Gladys
tn a new package that fits the pocket
At a price that fits the pocket-book
The same unmatched blend of
Tl'RKlSIL VlRGlSlA and D L RUS Y ToboCCOJ
Wiglesworth, and Walter
NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
H. A. Ernry, Plaintiff.
Fred Ashbaugh, Clair Ashbaugh,
and Sarah Ashbaugh, Defendants.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of a foreclosure execution, Judg
ment, Order, Decree and Order of
Sale, issued out of the above entitled
Court In the above enUtled cause to
me directed, dated the 4th day o
April, 1922, upon the judgment and
decree rendered and entered in said
Court and cause, on the 4th day of
April, 1922, in favor of H. A Emry,
plaintiff, above named and against
the above named defendants, F. A.
Ashbaugh, Clair Ashbaugh and Sarah
Ashbaugh, for the sum of J3.898.76,
principal and interest, $3 50.00 At
torney's fees, the further sum of
$3,748.00 principal and interest, and
the sum of $3 50.00, attorney's fees,
and the further sum of $24.00 costs
and disbursements ot said suit and
costs of and upon this writ, command
ing me to make sale of the following
described real property, to-wit:
The Southeast quarter of
section 2; The Southeast
quarter of southwest quar
ter, the west half of the
southeast quarter and
Southeast quarter of south
east quarter of section 11;
the south half of southwest
quarter of section 12; the
north half of northwest
quarter and southeast
quarter of section 13; the
east half of the northeast
quarter of section 24; in
Township 4, south range
24, also the south half of
southwest quarter' and
northwest quarter of south
west quarter of section 18;
the northwest quarter and
the west half of the north
east quarter of Section 19,
in township 4, south range 25,
all East of the Willamette
Meridian, in Morrow
County, Oregon, save and
except from the above des
cribed lands, the following
tract to-wit: All that
portion of the Northwest
quarter of the Northeast
quarter of Section 19, lying
North and West of the
County Road, and consist
ing of about 20 acres,
more or less.
NOW THEREFORE, by virtue of
said foreclosure, execution, judgment
order, decree and order of sale, and
in compliance with command of same,
I will on Wednesday the 3rd day of
May, 1922. at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of said day, at the
front door of the County Court House
of Morrow County, at Heppner, Mor
row County, Oregon, sell at public
auction (subject to redemption) to
the highest bidder, for cash in hand
paid, all of the right, title and inter
est ot the above named defendants, or
either of them had, or now have in
and to the above described real prop
erty, or any part thereof, to satisfy
said foreclosure, execution, judgment,
order and decree, interest, costs, at
torney fees and accruing costs.
Sheriff for Morrow County, Oregon
Dated this 4th day of April, 1922.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
After being urged by citizens and
taxpayers in all parts of the county
to announce myself as a candidate for
the nomination for County Commis
sioner, I have decided to do so and
will be a candidate fcr such nomina
tion on the Democratic ticket at the
coming primaries. I hr.ve been a
- eleven cidarettes
j taxpayer here since before Morrow
county was organized. I have no
j platform to announce nor promises
! to make enly that, if elected, I wHl
endeavor to serve the people of the
county to the best of my ability.
R. L. BENGE
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the nomination to the of
ace of County Commissioner, subject
to the will of the Republicans of
Morrow County, to be expressed at
the primaries in May, 1922.
G. A. ELEAKMAN.
Present Incumbent. Hardman, Or.
I hereby announce myseir as -candidate
for the offl e of Joint Rep
resentative of Umatilla and Morrow
counties, on the Re;;blican ticket.
If elected I promise to faithfully and
honestly perform the duties of the
office, working at all time for tho
interests of the people of this district
and the state of Oregon.
E. M. HULDEN.
FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby announce my candidacy on
the Republican ticket for Joint Rep
resentative of the District of Morrow
and Umatilla counties in the May
primaries. I have lived in Umatilla
county 24 years and own property in
both counties. I was a member of the
1919, or War Session, and the spe
cial session of 1920 of the Oregon
Legislature and otherwise have devo
ted my time to public matters. I
have no platform except to offer the
best judgement I have and to pursue
a conservative and economic course.
I believe in applying strict business
methods to public matters. When
we can pay for public development
we should have betterments, but
when taxes grow burdensome we
must be content with the old ways
until we can do better. Just now
taxes must be trimmed wherever pos
sible and no new appropriations
made; and, the pressing needs of the
farmer and stockman must be the
main issue in law making and in the
sphere of public influence.
E. P. DODD, Hermiston, Ore.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS A
' 'i x ; i t r '
VAUGHAN & GROVE
Permanently located In Odd
I fellow's Building
DR. A. D. McMURDO
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Patterson's Drug Store
F. A. McMENAMIN
Office Phone Main 643
Residence Phone Main 665
S. E. NOTSON .
Office In Court House
SAM E. VAN VACTOR
First National Bank Bldg.
WATERS & ANDERSON
C. C. Patterson
75c & $i.oo
Over Case Furniture Co.
WOODSON & SWEEK
Practically new "Country Home"
lifhtins Plant. Capacity 100 Watta
In first claaa condition. Call on or
E.J. STAR KEY.
41 w Heppner. Or.