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THE HEPPNEK HERALD. HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, Mav. q. 1022
THE HEPPNER HERALD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
GRAIN" GROWER.-) MEETIXq
at trie r.--,-
f.ce 53 se-r.i-c.i5s Mitwr
Terrr.s cf Subscription
Three Months So. 30
By C. C. Calk:-.)
Th annual ejif of the mem---r?
cf Oregon Oy.perative Grain
j--.--- of Mvrriw ouay will
h-l'i is Ke-,pr.er oa Miy ltth at :
c-'clc-ik Th L'rHMrs are asked to
bnr.g '.heir tailct.3 with them inas
as this is the regular day for
Tcorcpsoa's raticri near Heppner.
George W. Wiliin left his horn
f,i: behind him Sunday wh'n he
boarded the locai for H'.ppner.
Mr. a ad lira. Roy Sfn-W. ''f Sl
dim -en, also Arthur Turner, of Ijo
thehevs H.Ii and s'-'-vra! o'V-r friends
ire re ufclcg'm the sir-hta at Isoi-rd-man
02 Hue day.
Mr. and Mrs. Oral Henricksen ar.d
daughter who have b'-eri ion their
Hamilton ranch abovr, Heppner for
"THE INVISIBLE EMPIRE'
election cf district delegates. The
grain growers in any district should several months, retrrned to Willow
ges together at least once a year and creek ranch on Saturday. Oral has
the By-aw of this association pro- decided to locate here for good. He
rides- that the regular annual meet- now declare that there U no place
In? be held on the third rViday of' as rood as Sunny Cecil after alt
May of each year for tie purpose of
electing district delegate and trans
acting any other basfnes,tha.t houid
come befor the meeting.
Bark in Maachusctte a Congregational minister,
Up-.- koSrrt G. Armstrong-, was solicited to become a mem
ber of th Ku Klux K'.mn and in a public address given irom i R;Ee' it is worth while
Vi- r.-i'-,if in the CoRsrregatior.&l church at Spencer, Mass.,ft9 grow wheat it u certainly worth
r '.." , rWt of the address printed :n a recent-while to mariet n property.
. l? W'r.rrritrr 'Mas- ) Telegram, these are a tew of rur Cooperative Mwela- eworted Miss Eleanor Faney to e
';V 0i ; g -v'taf'on- itios ls in to depend upon the in- the sights at the Egg city on Sunday.
I the reaiOHi tie gave tor dechnw.g t.,e .Vuat,on. Uereat which you M members manl-; Gor?Hayae8 who has been icok-
t,. .t,A'.t k".-v KIpti betrays his Iack: n managing. We select the' !ne after a band of ewes and lambs
ii.ti.id:! M. j.a .... - - . . dist-jct delegates, they select the di- vo-.-t" to
f f the real spirit o: American cemocracy. How do j ou .me the m he mana l
R. A. Thompson, accompanied
Mis Reita Neil, cf Heppner
Cecil guesu on Sunday. E. A. was
rounding up the last cf his ewea and
lambs which hare teen feeding at
Harold Ahalt, government trapper
- t r.'
.vordi, 'Imperial Palace. 'Invisible Lmpire: it m.Ke
h::.k of the kaiser and his vain boasting or atamand
,,,.i as described in Paradise Lo:t.
Ernpir-.; W hat d -t:s a true American
f-r-r',:rt. - Whit America wants and ne
r.t -r. who fiht under ci,ver para-tir.g
:ld bett'.-r be a-.v.-p. r;ut men orave enou
ug'r. to come out in trie open ami r.giit t
-ee. i he wore! is never going i
r-. an democracv does not
Ku Klux Klan.
man who joins the Klan shows his lack or appre-,
the men who have made this country what it i.
,V!-,v v.i',1 -av that Chief Justice White was not a true
American because he happened to be horn a Catholic!' et
be -Tvoi. as few men have served, in one of the h;ghe-r
l;f.-i-io;,- in this nation, placed there, not by a fellow ,
Catholic but by a Protestant President of the most extreme
position of faith. 1 j
"Who will sav that Morganthau was not a true Ameri-
o-cau.-.e l;e happened to be bom a Jew? And yet he;
d America a- lew men nave in ms critical position
t.-ador to Turkey bt-fore we entered the war.
g'r. This is yoar opportunity to
speak for yourself and it would be
: weli for every member of the Coop
erative Grain Growers Association in
Morrow ootsr.ty to be present at the
L-.-eting on May 15th.
HUPR.VKR TF I.RPHOVE v PLANT
OW K T TO XO.VE
The telephone crew that has been
working here for several weess re
iuidir.jr the Heppr.er plant have com
pleted the work and Heppner can now
congratulate herself on having a tele
phone plant second to. none of the
smaller c'.ttej Oreeon. Cables now
supercede the old wires in the busi
ness district and' the entire system
has been thoroughly overhauled with
in the city limits.
Mr. Pickens, local manager for the
company, u well pleased with the
work done by the construction crew.
Minor & O'Connor at
Cecil, left Moday with, his band for
Iavid Hyr-d .of Sand Hollow who
his been visiting the mayor for sev
eral days left for home Wednesday,
a : ompinied by his sister, Mrs. T. H.
Lo"e. cf Cecil.
It wo- a ?ocd thin? for Herb Hyad
and his car load cf your.z ladies that
Ccnttahle j;ha was on hand when
i.: car sr..ck in a ?r.nd bank in Eisht
nr.'.e Sund.-.y a;r.er-ooa or Miss Reita
Ne.l wocli ever hive reached her
school ty otening time Monday.
to an order of the Honorablo Wra. T. , taxpayer here since before Morrow
Campbell; Jud-re of the County . county was organized. I have no
Court of Morrow County, Oregon, ' platform to announce r.or promises
trmde and r.rjt:.-ei on the third day of to make enly that, if elected, I will
March 1522. ' ; endeavor to serve tr people of the
r. A. McMENAMIN", county to the best of my ability.
Attorney for Plaintiff, i R. L. EEXGE
Residence and Postcffice paid Advertisement,
address Heppner, Oregon i
Date of first publication, April IS,
Date cf last publication. May 20,
OF SALE OF
nSSrSS-" - - - ---UU. - . ,1 , .
LEGAL NOTICES jjjj
IV THE riRCCIT CO CRT OF THE
, STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COCNTY OF MORROW
-1 r -;.i.r
HEPPNER TO HAVE .NEW
we were to tarie out or our government tne men
'rding to the term-'of the Ku Klux Klan. are not
ami American, we would lo-e many of our'nio-t
:.ro t r:t -T wnrt rt v trlOoc n.e!,. t 1- lOwV to -av trid
birth cr i.i
r a man oi t'.rcign parentage i- not. can-i.t-nt
Ameruom. American denocru'y.
mak.t all men fumi! How far a man
fellow-men dep-er.ds upon himself, not upen his
I Frank T. Harwood. of Portland,
has leased the south section of the
erst floor of the Oil Fellows build
ing, formerly occupied by the dry
gofjds depar'ri.er.t of Minor k. Co..
and will open, a jewiry store and
watch r-pairinj shop therein. Car
I'.t'er.i are now working in the room
t:n? it in readln-.-j tor Mr. Har-vo-;,i
who is .vp-cted to arr.ve here
".th.r. a dy or two.
The l-.-.-r was handle,! by iicy V
: r. r.
:: ; h- i- j... ::
ere nt a--urauci
i - t
n a i n
t;iat tne wmt
- vsorid unie--sU'-reme.
e race w;,, remain
. by its own ir.teg
and strife have never pioduced a great people.
" I n the ap; .-a! -et.t out bv
: s ior !.. o:
he K lan soliciting new
kind cf men wante! i- -r.mtr.ed
.an. t:atie burn citizen of the
-,;e-tant, lcnti!c. intelligent.
; ! a man
If you don - 1il--ft that fowls of
the malr p.-r.-uasion ever rr.oth-r"
young chicks, juit go down to the
Corr.ett k. M-r;tt 'poultry yards and
beoon.e convinced that you were
wrong. They have -eve big, husky
capons rearing as many broods of
chicks and Jtidtre Cornett says they
are doim: a hne join. The firm are
p'.annine to have an exhib.t of s-v- ral
rape lis and their chick bands at the
coming county fair.
Otto Leathers. )
To Otto Leathers. Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
CF OREGON: You are hereby ie-C'-ired
to appear ?.al answer the
complain, hied against you in the
above emiflcd suit -ilthin six weeks
of the dr.e of the Srst publication of
this Summer.-; and if you fail to so
f-resr and answer for -rant thereof,
he plaintiff will j-roced to rsk the
C'ju.' that the bonis cf maerncny
row eii.-tin? he: cen the plaintiff
and defendant be forever dissolved
and hi -1 1 for naught and that plain
tiff te crtir.d. a a ahso'u'e divorce
from said def-tndant: That the pbin-l
dr'- l ($:' 0) Dollars as a reason
able attorney's fee in this suit to
gether wUh her costs and disburs
ments: That plaintiff be granted the
permanent care, custody, and control
cf Evelyn Luciie Leathers, the- minor
child of plaintiff end defendant and
for such other and further relief as
to the Court nity seem equitable.
This summons is published pursuant
In the CoantT Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow Connty.
In the matter of the Gnardianship
of the Person and Estate
Bessie Wi;lesworth. Gladys Wig
resworth and Walter Wigles-worth,
Minor heirs of Bitha Wiplesworth,
Notice is hereby given that the nn
dersigned a3 guardian of the person
and estate of Bessie Wiglesworth.
Gladys Wiglesworth and Walter Wig
lesworth, minor heirs of Bitha Wig
lesworth. deceased, will on and after
Wednesday the ISfh day of May,
1512. at the hour cf ten o'clock A. M.
at the First National Eank in the City
of Heppner. Morrow County, Oregon,
offer at private sale to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, all of the
righ. title and interest of said minors
in and to the following described real
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
tight, (23), 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-
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the nomination to the of
fice of County Commissioner, subjt
to the will of the Republicans of
Morrow Connty, to be expressed at
the primaries in May, lfj22.
G. A. ELEAKMAN,
Present Incumbent. Hardman. Or.
I hereby announce tnyseir as .
candidate for the otfl e of Joint Rep
resentative of Cmatilla and Morrow
counties, on the Republican ticket.
If elected I promise to faithfully and
honestly perform the duties of the
office, working at all time for tr'
interests of the people of this district
and the state of Oregon.
E. M. HCLDEN.
FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby announce my candidacy On
the Republican ticket for Joint Rep
resentative cf the District of Morrow
and Umatilla counties in the May
primaries. I have lived in Umatilla
county 2 4 years and own property in
both counties. I was a member of the
1515, or War Session, and the spe
cial session of 1520 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-
row County,-State of Oregon, on the sible and no new appropriations
ITth day of March, 1522, in the mat
ter of the guardianship of said
minors authorizing the sale of said
Dated and first published this 15th
day of April. 15 2 2.
W. E. WIGLESWORTH.
Guardian of the Per
son ar.d Estate of Bes-
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.
Countv General Fund
sie Wig'.eswcrth. Gladys ; Warrants registered up to and inclu-WU-lesworth.
and Walter' a 5fDtemher 19?1. will he naid
upon presenta'ion at my office on or
r . after Mar 10, 1922. Interest ceases.
after that date.
T. J. HUMPHREYS,
County Treasurer 52-2
FOR COUNTY COMMLSSIO.NER
After being urged by citizens and
taxpayers in ail parts of the county
to announce myself as a candidate Icr
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
MKE ORuGON SAFE F03 THE REPU3UCAN PARTY
ee tne miiiity o;
vi 11 recognize hi
ll a', e !H ip.
! bit- rati
iue m. Jin;
men a- ha
- be !:o,.i
u i i -
: . .. u ! , i 1
; I..- bro;i,
a five and tab
rior.k hi- l:ub.i
rm cr i i dark
oder and c' ,J-
i- I'M per CcT.t
THE STORK REPORTS
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n n am! un;
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;:i,i ..:,h mm. li h
;:v .'.' ; man ami umr no con-
t'i t Is-.; n. ' ; ii. 1 1 iie i- Chn-tian his
me iiii io rfcer.c Jew and ilemne.
Yu bib and w h re. .n flu-ir i.u-n'-.
Dr. McMurdo repo.-'s the followins
r""-nt fiijditor,s to the population r
th- Hep;r.-r c"i.,:;. ir.:ry:
V. .-di, div. .pril 2. to Mr rnd
M.-:' Lloyd .Met. h.n-on. a d iucie'r.
Tu :-'ay. Mav 2nd. to Mr .and Mrs
U.'ilph .-' '"tt. tif UU kh.i-, a h:..
Sunday. 'M; y T'h to Mr and
Phil I'.r.idy. '-on. All n- w i.'r.i .u-
man a in:- Ann nctii. le- titan a true
ie n ay Mid. v.;'h:n hi- own narrowed -on!.
i o;:;o -ucb an i ; miniai i-m a- the Ku
at.- .l-.iiv f.Rf ar.d rn v.f.e f,t. tif, '--- "" ,s
. . , , , vr. yr.-i. i--.::--.'
. . . v . . , i'SiO .j.v .... ...
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cecil v f,:v-
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Ml- E A E
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w ' r.' v:-eors in
e PROFESSIONAL CARDS
VAUGHAN & GROVE
Permanently located In Odd
DR. A. D. McMURDO
l'HYSKTAX and SURGEON
Office Patterson's Drug Store
F. A. McMENAMIN
Office Phone Main 643
Residence Phone Main 665
CASH VARIETY STORE
Summer Hats, Sunshades
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
Helen V. Smith ....
I. K I-
1 i. ( ..';. U ' i-i ;.vt i'.wr I-ilttU'il Vi-p-1iaiiTO:in of th RiHil.llaii Nu lonal ;
t oininit't i
KEEP TWO WEST IN POWER
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ul ? nd.ty
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lid o k i.e..- ;n !h.:t tuwri
niai'crs in .'ore n tutn.r.c
Heppner Herald $2.00 per Year
rrsr-ir . .ac.-.-..-.,-r:r-r.
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It- ill o
Mr. and Mrs. C-.:rt M.lier of
lli-hv icw. were c.ill.nj on their Mor
Kun fri.nds Sunday
Ray lUliVrty of 'Shady Dell accora-
, paniej by Miss Grace Pain; ite. r,
j teach.-r of the Kmirmile fohool.
. spir.t Sunday wish fn-ei.'s r.-"ar lone.
j W. Carson ! ft the Shepherd s Rest
M-mday wi'h a band of ewes and
lambs betonRinjf to Minor Thomp
son. They are bound for R. A.
!v - i
t v u: ;
o l'i,.i.t .eel
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..' (" :
; - ::i r I'H'ae
sr.-ii-'s t f one member !t-e.. e i;
't e pi::;oai ui i enz.it. i.-n if '!:' party.
e,,. r--'.- :": - a.'.-r th- e: :: ; -r ima
II u-.'.Hi. v. : v r,.-r 5 Vi.t e S '.'.'! V.
v,v.pi . ;-..-! of ti.e (".".-. !,-,r;, r . -1 i ; ;-r by
.: ;- utnl at.i.'y as a i-aier to nil ;h . . ,, .;.;.
A Vet-- ' "
r 'V. ft va h- v '
,.e H pei.i,.' ,:i
.;:; 11. .us.
F Wj : fr.r Reptlbli. .in N 'te.-:.l ' or ; .fe-'un
i : S' 'v-. i.'iu s'ates tn eitrr 1: , ; -ha I'ln.in
O.T...1 i.it;:.::t,;t.-r, a p-'seiitn n-e.-r , i.-ic- h-id l-y a
t:..:, '; E. W .
Nauon.il i oi.iir.it:
lnUi. st position
' Or e-n. , a vioe-.-hairn .n of :':e Republican
.t.r-.eiy in line to t'-ceniv N. n nul chiiiiman, the
''ii-'h. K-put li : .u urE.-.r..? lion.
A Natonal Coiiimitc't;::;n on the N. cr...l Coi.miittee docs not make
cr extvuto tN- laws, b-u cm-'-s out the r';li i" and piat'orm of the party,
ado?' ! by the d-Mceatcs at eich previous National Convention.
Mr. WillUm is st-m.-r mt-!..b-.-r of National Commi.tiv. Seniority
in this rumuuttte uives one the -.une row. r .is juniority in the U. S. Senate.
VOTE TO KEEP HIM THERE
S. E. NOTSON
Of'1'-' in Court House
LALi K. VAN VACTOR
1 i i m liY-A T-l.AW
I ii-i i.i;iunal Pank Dldg.
-ATERS & ANDERSON
i im: insi cam e
Success. i's to
C. C. Puilorson
(Paid Adv. by Committee cf Republicans, C.
Trade liMf , IMrtlikad, Oregon.)
L. Starr, Sec'y. 617 Board of
75c & $1.00
Over Case Furniture Co.
WOODSON & SVVEEK
A TTO K X K Y S-A M.AW