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THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, September 5, 1922
NOTICE OF SHI-TOFF'S SALE OF
JtEAL PliOPF.P.TV OX EXECVTIOX
Notice Is hereby frivc-n that under
rnd by virtue of ;:n execution duly is-Fuc-f
nut of the Circuit Court of the
f'talo of Oreeon for Morrow Couniy,
rn t!ie nth day of K--It' -mbor, 1 fi 2 2 ,
l.y the Clerk of ."aid Court and to me
'lirecied jiui sin;.' rn to a dec u e and n
der of sab- of said Court dated the
1st day of September, 3 122, in a cer
tain tuit, in said Court, wherein N. S.
Whetstone, Iiaeiel ). Summer, and
Thomas C. IJeymer, were jdaintil fs,
:ind Cuy Hover, and Clara Hover, his
wife, Phil Col'.n, and John C. MeKn
tiro, were defendants, and in which
euit judgment, was rendered in. favor
of the plaintiffs and against the de
fendant, (iuy lioyer, lor the sum of
$26,000.00, with interest on $15,600.
00, from the 31 day of March, 1J2 at
the rate of six per cut per annum,
and interest on $10,400.00, from the
Hist day of March, !)21, at the rate
of six per cent per annum, the fur
ther sum of $1,000.00, attorney's
1'ees, n,nd $17.00, the costs and dis
bursements ol said suit, 1 win on
Thursday, the 5th day of October,
3!)22, at the hour of 10:20 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, at the front,
door of the Court House, in the Ci'
of Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon,
oll at. public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, the following de
hcribed real property, situated in
Morrow Couniy, Oregon, to-wit:
The West Half of Section
15, the East, half, the East
half of the West, half, the
Southwest Quarter of the
Southwest quarter of Sec
tion 16, tho North half or
tho Northeast quarter, the
Southwest, quarter of tho
Northeast quarter, the West
half of the Northwest quar
ter, the Southwest quarter
of Section 21, the North
half of Section 22, tho
North half or Section 28,
the Northeast quarter of
Section 20 ,all in Township
i 2, South of Range 27, East
of Willamette Meridian.
Tho above real properly is taken
and levied upon as the property of
the defendant, Guy Iloyer, and ad
judged to be sold in, said suit, and !
will sell tho same to satisfy the
judgement of said plaintiffs, togetlx
with cost and accruing cont of sale.
Dated this Eth day of September,
Sheriff of Morrow County
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ncticc is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of Morrow County,
Ore;;on, Executrix of the last will and
testament of John B. Natter deceased
and has qualified as sucn. All per
sons' having claims against the estate
of said deceased are hereby notified
and required to present the same to
me duly verified as by law required,
at the office of my attorneys, Wood
son & Sweek in Heppner, Oregon,
within six months from the date
first publication of this notice.
Dated and published the first time
August 15, 1922.
ii:t show wheat to ware
house THIS WEEK
(By C. C. Calkins)
We want to send our wheat to the
Pendleton tjhow by freight, therefore
we desire to ship it by the first of
next week so we are asking that all
samples of wheat rye or barley bo
be sent to your warehouse for us by
the last of this week at latent.
If y ou have good samles of rye or
barley it should be sent to the Pen
dleton show by all means.
Walla Walla County Fair
WALLA WALLA, SEPT. 13-16
Washington State Fair
YAKIMA, SEPT. 18-23
f Pendleton Round-Up FOFF?
PFNMFTflN SEPT. 71-23 " U LU
Make This Week "Pay-Day at Tum-a-Lum"
Free tickets to any of the above fairs
FOR ALL ACCOUNTS PAID IN FULL ON OR BEFORE THE DATE OF
THE FAIR IN AMOUNTS:
$. .2oto$ 50 we
$ 50 to $100 we
$.100 to $250 we
$ 250 to $400 we
$.400 to $500 we
$.500 to $600 we
$.600 to $700 we
$ 700 to $800 we
$ 800 to $900 we
$1000 & over we
. 3 Tickets
. 4 Tickets
. 5 Tickets
. 7 Tickets
SEPTEMBER 21,22,23, 1922
In the whole World therp U no Mn.
t(!t so intensely exciting, and with
more tiirillinj? nd apet-tarulHr cli
ttmxRH, than the ridinj? of "outlaw"
bronchos by cowboys and cowgirls.
Those contests, also the wild horse
races, wild steer roping and bulldojt
King, Indian dances and pow wows
are all that remain of the young,
wild, vigorous, yet lovable Wast.
GET FARES AND PARTICULARS PROM YOUR LOCAL AGENT
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent
SIX Hundred factories, ranging from small
creamery to great flour mills are manu
facturing food products and household neces
sities sold at your grocer's.
' Tlu'si' factories arc providing
liiarki'ls for raw materials;
they are creating payrolls; I lie v
are making ( )regoti a better
place io b . c in.
As tbeir sales expand, 'pro
duction increases. This means
more workers, more money in
Oregon, better markets for
Oregon farm products
times for everyone
You can help
times by insisting on an Ore
gon brand, liny Oregon pro
ducts at your grocer's on the
basis of equal merit. They are
the kind any housewife is
poud to have and use.
Associated ladnstries of Oregon
702 Oregon Building, Portland, Oregon
These Oregon industries make Oregon Quality products to be
(ihtaimvt at your grocer's and ot her stores. Ask for them.
'Send w fur your fro copy of
this compart, handy .'I i rectory of
made in Oregon "ooils. l.oarn
what tho Oregon In amis are. and
nsk lor them by name.
70S Oov,on Hldg.. Portland. Or. I
UemUoinon: Please Bend mo a
directory of Oregon brands. .
Acme Flavoring Co.
Albers Ilros. Milling Co.
Alieo Love's t)range Marmalade
Allen & Lewis :
American Soda Works
ISrown Shipley Co.
I'arnaiion Miik Products Co.
Celro Kola Co.
Closset i plovers
Cocoize Products Co.
Columbia Macaroni Co.
Columbia Milling Co.
Conner & Co.
"Daisy nrand" Cheese Factory
Pernios Koivl Co.
Dwight Kdwurda Co.
Flynn, ('has'. I. Co.
Oardner Cigar Co.
(lets It Soap Co.
Grandma Cookie Co.
IS ray-McLean & Percy
llayues-Foster Haklng Co.
Hood Hiver Apple Vinegar Co.
Jones 11 1 os. & Co.
Kerr, Clifford & Co.
King's Food Products
Knight Packing Co.
La Gran Marca Cigar Co.
Lang & Co.
Log Cabin Haklng Co.
I.urkel, King Cake Soap Co.
Mt. Hood Soap Co.
Mutual Creamery Co.
National Iiroom Mi's. Co.
Nestle' Food Co.
Northern Flour Mills Co.
Old Fashioned Cereal Mills.
;'Oregon Honey Co.
Oregon Milk Co.
J leucine Coast Iliscult Co.
Pacillc Coast Syrup Co.
(The Palmolive Co.
'Port land lirewing Co.
. Portland Cheese Co.
I Portland Damascus Milk Co.
Porto Fruit Products Co.
Puritan Health Fowl Co., Inc.
Portland Flouring Mills
Portland Seed Co.
lied Kock Dairy
Hose City Flour Mills
KoutWdgo Seed & Flcral Co.
lloyal llakery & Confectionery Co.
Koyal Nut Mfg. Co.
S .h'. Shafl'.ner Co.
Starr Fruit Products Co.
Sterling .Food Product Co.
Swetland Fruit Juice Co.'
Table Supply Mfjr. Co.
' Trti-Blu Hiscuit Co.
l'ucle'8 Pie Co.
I'nltid States llakery Co.
'Valley Packing Co.
jVancouver Flour Mills
tV: & R. Donut Co.
'Wadhams & Co.
Henry Weinhard Plant
Western Waaed Taper Co.
NOTE The above will also apply to cash sales
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
Wc arc Choke.f till of Plans
and Materials for Homes
and Farm Buildings
DON'T LISTEN TO THE "KNOCKER." HE MAY FOOL YOU
IN the past two months Firestone
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than in any similar period in its history.
This steadily increasing public pref
erence is proof of the recognition aby
car owners of the greater values of
fered by Firestone. It is a tribute to
Firestone men all stockholders in the
company all actuated by the operat
ing principle of Most Miles per Dollar.
The high average performance of
Firestone Cords is without equal in the
annals of tire making and is reflected
by the general tendency to specify
Firestone for hard service. Taxicab
and bus lines, buying tires by the mile, whom you know.
are universally equipping with Fire
There are many reastfns for the high
quality of Firestone tires but chief
among the special manufacturing proc
esses are double gum-dipping, thus
eliminating internal friction by insulat
ing each cord strand, and air-bag cure,
insuring a well-balanced and perfectly
Don't speculate in tires you will
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us tell you about the service these
Cords are giving other car-owners
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