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t&S3Zgj THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Tuesday, October 3 r, Q22
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. J m-nils So.'IM- tlliU'.
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isr, Lis wife -.ml o.'iildri-n and a:,f,
!''' Hits' of I"t.I.I!T w a vt:' k- I ; . rv of frl.-..H iA,.r ,-.,';!,... . ,.
t.l ai "Itsitterwy rials." rri.i;iy.
;i' 1 ll'-nrlkj-tn ''" :riv-j-y Our lhahks t due to VMM
" -i.'iTla.n-l a lurtro lsiny of , ilyrn!, who ha K.ir-e-.-d.-.J in landini;
I'-ojd.: 1o d.nn. r oa .analav. I'll,,, major- .safely i.omt on - ,,. :.,i
' ir.Ki:il.l; John i-an now make un for
viile l.ouan au'i ...!!. (i.oie, a?id
fri-iii, S'.dii. - Vilinot, all of the vil-1ov.-;.
were V; Hint; rri.jjli ('.-; on
.'. lariat hand of siio,.p he.,r!L;iny to
!sj ayilo; ilroa. pa.-'l tjiroimth Cr-ojj smi
ilay on their way to A r ou'.ton.
Kvarett. litan was down from Ilep
I'tier i! inn ;- ;ht; w a -! a: '-iiliiiL; to hue-.
Jl.e-S inaltel-s la ''o . ; I li III I at.' iiiie.
A.C. l.owa of lie- I T.vh v,a y house.
.'.ja;ut yatuiday and Sunday isjlin
J'riend.f in Jie,,ne,i-
la on lyofan id' J-'oor Mile a taking
in a!) Ihe sights of Arlington .Sun. 'ay.
.Mr'. !. Ilcimksi-ii of 'ti-i.vn.Try''
lara ir was doirnj loi.siness in Ai minion
.1. K. Crnhtrei. of I)ot)iehoys hill way
railing on his Oril fniiiifl.s Thursday.
J. Howard of Kila honored Ceil wj),
u ali Thursday
V. A. 'J'aonm.s of Tone spent Friday
Hsitirit; lils old fiimid, I'ctur Uauern
Ohi.d at Ceil.
Mrs. Geo. A. Miller of "llliihview"
lan-h kindly left a fine dish of slniw
).;rries and also tt lovely hnm-h .if h''V-
V. . J'ahnate-er and wife and daugh
ter of "Windy -Nook" who have tit-n
ipenilin their vaeation ;it Jasper rc
turned homo Thursday. We are glad to
near th.it "Will's" mi rnory lias improved
so nua h during his vaeation that he was
aid,, to rememla.-r to bring hirf urip alon
.james l aney made a short call in
Veil i-'riday leaving for Castle itoek
wit h a laiKC ha ml of sheep.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Karl .Morgan and family
are now s. -tiled in their new home at
iiroa.i.ien s ' near recil, the ranch re
cently belonged to V. Haker of lone.
.1. J. MeKntire of "Killarney" and
Daily of friends from Portland made
a trip to Hoardman Thursday.
R. K. Duncan of "IJusy Hee" ranch
left for Hood Hi.-er Sunday with a truik
loud of fine honey from his Cecil apiary.
fieorge W. V. Wilson w-io has been
asisting llynd liros. in gettitiB their
various hands of sheep to their winter
'liiartera returned to Hutterby Flats on
Thursday. George decalres that in all
Lis travels during his three weeks ab
taat I'kiah heads t:;e list lor
ib.tir- Kr. hs- wiio leturm-d from the
nioof.taii.s on Friday left Satunlay on a
aosmess trip to Keho, aecon.ianied by
i ) l I.' j we, of 'eeil.
-Mis Thelma .Morgan, of Hroadacres,
"as calling in I tell on Saturday.
.Max Ooifkie, 1 Ihe I'.-ndleton Junk
Co., was doing business in Cecil Satur
day. ()m. good deai stands opposite
.Max's name and that is that he was the
first one to enroll as an annual member
on the Sixth Annual J;ed Cross. Mrs.
T. 11. Lmte who is in charge of the Jtoll
Cail in ce- il was like a few more to cotne
and do likewise and receive their Tied
Cross buttons and help In the good cause.
..Vote 314 X YES
OPEN to All
GOOD enough for All
ATTENDED by All
All for the Public School and
the Public School for All
One Flag! One School! One Language!
T. S. MALCOLM, 33',
liisiie,'toi'-(;onnr;il In Oregon,
Ancient anil Accepted Scottish Ritfc
IN THE CIRCUIT CUURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
Arthur Smith and Elizabeth Smith,
Antone Abraharasick, Jr., and Jo
hanna Abrahamsiek, Defendants.
TO Antone Abrahamsiek, Jr., and
to Johanna Abrahamsiek, the above
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 la the above- entitled Buit on or
before six (6) weeks from the 10th
day of October, 1922, towit: On or
before the 22nd day of November,
1922, and if you fail to so answer.
the plaintiffs will apply to the Court
for the relief prayed in the Com
plaint herein, towit: For a decree of
the Court decreeing that you, nor
either of you, have aay estate or in
terest in or to the following describ
ed real property, or any part there
"Commencing at the Northeast
corner of Lo- numbered Ten (10) in
Block numbered Five (5) in the town
of Heppner, County of M.orrow, and
State of Oregon, running thence
South Eighty (80) feet, thence West"
Thirty (30) feet, thence North
Eighty (80) feet, thence East Thirty
(30) feet, to the place of beginning."
And furl her decreeing that the
plaintiffs are the owmers in fee of the
whole thereof, and that you, and
each of you, be forever enjoined from
asserting any claim in or to said
premises adverse to the plaintiffs
For such other and further relief
as may in equity be just.
This Summons is served urion you
About Your Fa!! or
COOLER DAYS AND EVEN
COLD WFATHER WILL COME
ALMOST BEFORE YOU REAL
v qr,7 n
You've suro to need a coat before
lotij-v w hy wait until the last minute
a.ul then he forced In take what von
can -et ; Our overcoats tailored to
our iinli idual measure ov Iv.l '.
I'l'iee - ., "'!'1k' A;:th'u' 1 .e.o! .;:
'i'.'ih'rs" ' endiinly all iii:U ; n.'
' c nul 'eiri ! u-, w or', , u, - I
:,-r. : ' -.. 1 d ill these high .r;u!e vk ' : ;.. ,!u a - ; e
y..U Uieut ..
A w.i-.dc! nil showi'.ij;- o! l,li raili, i! : n w a run 'i a u ! e. ", i -Jrt-
in-M-taMe plaid I.mcUs, ma a "woolK" (mh-s, some plain
ones --MeltoiH, lei-es all ilie l'i n .'.a made. Keoin iu i e h v ! u -mtr
a oo 1 inru'o.il, Ii'muucIi the eheapot in the hu; mmi.
Wi'il .;not ' a pi ice to suit "ar purse, i;uaraii!ee sat ivi',;.-; '( -
a'u! l' jmcciii.; tur cider now we ca.n have iur o ercor.t ivadv
lor deliver) the t'ir.t day you need it.
Won't iu drop in at our earliest convenience?
by puiilication hereof once a week for
six (0) consecutive weeks in the Hep
pnei H.-rald, a weekly newspaper u
general circulation, in Jlorrow
County, Oregon, published at Hep
pner, by virtue of an order duly
made and entered herein on the 0rl
dav O. tober, 1022, by the Honorable
W. T. Campbell, County Judge ol
Morrow County, Oregon, and the dut
of the first publication of this Sum
mons is October 10th, 1922, and the
date of. the last publication hereof
will be November 21st, 1922.
VAN VACTOR & BUTLER,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Postoffice
Address: The Dalles, Oregon. 21-30
NOTICi; KHl l'l BLICATIO.V
Department of trie Interior, C S.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
September 18, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that
of Hardman, Oregon, who, on Apri
7, 1922, made Homestead entry. No.
018601, for SEMKWM, NWNW
Sec. 28, NNEi4, Section 29,
Tewnship 4 S., Range 2 4, E., Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to( make final Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before J. A. Waters a United States
Commissioner, at Heppner, Oregon,
on the 1st day of November, 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses:
T. E. Peterscm, of Eight: , Ore
gon; Joe Robbing, of Eightmtlb, Ore
gon; Evan Stoneman, of Hardman,
Oregon; Lester Robinson, of Hard-
J. W. DONNELLY,
22-2 7 Register.
IS made more smooth by a substantial
savings account. Mony jsn't everything
but it certam' er the rough spots in
The inborn feeling of satifaction and
contentment that accompanies a growing
Savings Account can only be appreciated
by the man or woman who has one.
Open Your Account and
Farmers and Stockgrowers
. National Bank
-1fmam M IN
Governments cannot rightfully
take them away
& MERICA has always 9tood for the protection of natural and inalien
J able rights, among which none is so sacred as that of parents over
ABRAHAM LINCOLN said:
"The Family is the corner-stone of social order and the guarantee
of public safety. No Government can take the place of the Parent, and
should never be permitted to usurp it." (Speech at (luincy, UI., llt.9. )
'I he results of the campaign against the so-rallcd Compulsory Edu
cation Bill, Hhich is in fact a Dill to Establish Slute Monopoly of uca
lion, may be grouped under two beads:
The FACTS DEMONSTRATED, no (onget
eriously disputed by anybody, .ire thnsc
That the Bill was iven a False Title, to mij
lead the public and deceive the voters
That it in no respect pretends to improve the
existing law as to the PubiicSchouls. but simply
destroys the l'rivate Schools
That not one cent of public money pnes to the
support of any private or parochial school m this
Stale, or ever has, or ever can, under the plain
prohibition of the Constitution 'and laws
That it will increase taxation at least ?l,fVM),()(H)
each year, and require from $:i,(HK,nnn to S4.1HI0,
Oi'U unestment in new public school buddings.
That it vests in the County Superintendents ar
bitrary and unappealable power to jjrant special
I'nvtlees to t lie wealthy and influential, by
which they will be exempt from the law
That it will prexent parents from educating
their children m private schools both inside and
outside of the State, as they cannot even send
their children elsewhere to be educated
That so far from being united in support ol the
Pill, the Masonic Fraternity in the State is di
vided, many of the leading Masons are openly
opposed to it. and the Grand Master of the State
(itand Lodge has publicly denied that the Grand)
Lodge indorsed it
That the best elements in the social religious,
educational, and political lile of the Slate aie op
posed to the measure
That the educational leaders, inside and outside
of tlie State, are oppcd to the Hill 1 r Nicholas
Murray lUitler. o( Columbia I f m ersit v. sa s "It
should le called a IMi to niidcr the American
svslem of education mipo .iblc- in m goti " The
1'ies'dents ol Vale. Princeton. Cbua ;o. I.el ::d
Stanford and other great Uim ersitu 5 have em
piutK.iI'.v condemned it
I !: it the prt Ue si hoots, tin bT the e" t 115
law , .11 rrt - inn d to c- :. ri t lieu Co,.'--e 1 ! - id-if-
to i!-..- ptd'lic s'uuls :,.;' .-j 1 l ! o ln.;!idl
1. Hon ,t-
.r:...t ti'r p.o- -e ! I..
i 0 , i 1 1 1 , 11, ,iiui i.tht'i .
( -r. : ;.:rv 111-.it lu tu-n
tt. i't d
1 THE LUTHERAN ARGUMENT U you
see fit to send your chiid to a school in which your
religion is taught, not one day in the week, but
evety day, and the whole training of the child 15
permeated by such religion, the State, under the
Constitution, must not prohibit you from so do
ing I his bdl is manifestly'unconstitutional "
2 THE miU'LAN'DCITIZENS AND TAX
PAVERS ARGUMENT "If the number of chil
dren now attending the public schools is to be in
creased by adding those now taught in the private
schools, it is inevitable that overcrowding must
result unless new buildings are supplied, and it 1$
al-n certain that taxes must be materially increased '
3 ST HELEN'S HALL (EPISCOPAL) AR
GL M EN T "No invidious fact or condition affect
ing public interest has been called to our attention
that would furnish in the slightest degree an excuse
for the proposed legislation "
4. THE PRINCIPALS OF PRIVATE
SCHOOLS' ARGUMENT. "It is against the best
American ideals o( freedom, in that it denies to men
anil .women freedom of thought and action in the
choice ot environment and influences for their chil
5. THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS'
ARGlMLN'T. "We are not at ail certain that a
man educated in the public school is more intelligent
than if lie uire educated in a private or sectarian
school, nor have we heard any convincing argu
merit that a person is necessarily more patriotic if
educated in a pubhc school, than if he were edu
cated in a school not supported by public taxa
THE CATHOLIC ARGUMENT. "There
is no ocia-ioM now for agitation that will estrange
old irien.N and neighltnrs, and that will divide our
pcple into clas-e-, and factions No greater nus-f-'rt:::.c
t.oi bet.ill us than moventehN calculated to
Cie.'tr 1 1 X !M..ns '
7 PS ESPVTERIAN '-MNISTERS AR-
Cd M ; 1' "I: 1 ' ,-d on tiie p'vl. -'n of .intoc
r '-: --- . the , hi. ! . pn:.- :r;!.' io the Nate :
11 1 , 1 m.:iiii!..,1:- m, .1 ;i o- t ..-v. s a-tuority. and
"- "I 'in. at- ; H',j .1:: ,,i n;t A!..er;L..n
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TIT AKtiUMl-N IS UNANsU h";!"l a-am
tiv bill ate f"!i:.;i''il in the ""lCTs I'.rup'del'
is. ud b the Si. tit The duel points of the same
are a lollops
to it:, r'.iai .,
nuall ol lis,. ,i
tut a'.a a:-.!- t!rs
(. o'tfere'-. e nt t:
A'a.;.i-t r uhJ
olvMt.; to ;a rnilnrse-
ruli i- oi tin- l'rciij-
I'pon tlip forosoine stiitcincnt of llic oaso i-invokr tlie f.tir and intclli
prut jiu! 'inrtil of the Milt rs of ttrryon, conf id. iil of the ro-ult if u resartl
i.r t!w inhri ili'il and iiuul.aiiciU.il i iui iplr il i c .:-on.il)lc hhcrl) are to
rrtui! in this st;itc
CATiionc civic KiciiTS as: HON OF OREGON
U) Du.ili y C. Woolen,
31( Morgan Builtlin, Pnrtlanil. Oregon Executive Secretary
Vote 315 X NO against
IWIIIM'I H'l 111
hoo! Monopoly Bill
Ncmud on the i:!!o!. Compulsory Education Dill