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    Tuesday, May 8, 1923
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE
By virtue of an execution and Or
der of Sale duly issued by the Cir
cuit Court of the County of Morrow,
State of Oregon, dated the 5th day
of April, 1923, in a certain cause in
the Circuit Court for said county
and state, wherein Stantield Live-
siock i eeaer (jo., a corporation, as
plaintiff recovered judgment against
John Mollahan and Pat Mollahan
defendants, for the sum of $17021.89
with interest thereon at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from the
15th day of October, 1919; for the
further sum of. $1400.00 attorneys'
fees and the sum of $8S7.00 with in
terest on said $887.00 at the rate of
eix per cent per annum from the 2 5th
day of January, 1923, and its costs
and disbursements taxed and allow
ed at $28.00 on the 23rd day of
March, 1923.
NOTICE 13 HEREGY GIVEN
that I will on Saturday, the 12th
day of May, 1923, at the hour of
10 o'clock A. M. of said day at the
front door of the Court House in
Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand the follow
ing described real property in Mor
rom County, State of Oregon, to
wit: Beginning at the Northwest
corner of the Southwest quar
ter of the Southwes't quarter of
Section Sixteen (16), in Town
ship Four (4), South,
Range Twenty-seven (27) E. V.
M, running thence South one
quarter of a mile, or to the
Southwest corner of Section
Sixteen (16), running thence
East one quarter of a mile, or
to the Southeast corner of the
Southwest quarter of the South
west quarter of said Sec. Sixteen
(16) , running thence in a
Northwesterly direction on a
straight line to the place of be
ginning, the South half of the
Southeast quarter, the South
east quarter of the Southwest
quarter, the Southwest quarter
of the Southwest quarter and
the South half of the North
west quarter of the Southwest
quarter of Section Seventeen
(17) , the South half of North
east quarter of the Southeast
quarter and the Southeast quar
ter of the Southeast quarter of
Section Eighteen (18), the East
half of the West half, the North
west quarter of tho Northeast
quarter, the South half of the
Northeast quarter and the
Southeast quarter of Section
Nineteen (19), the North half
of the North half, the South
west quarter of the Northeast
quarter, the Southwest quarter
of the Northwest quarter and
the South half of Section Twen
ty (20), the North half of the
Northwest quarter, the South
half of the Southwest quarter
and the Southwest quarter of
the Southeast quarter of Section
Twenty-one (21), the South
west quarter of the Northwest
quarter, and the Southwest
quarter of the Southwest quar
ter of Section Twenty-seven
(27),
Also beginning at the Northwest
corner of the Southeast quarter of
the Southwest quarter of said Sec
tion Twenty-seven (27), running
thence South one quarter of a
mile, or to tho Southwest corner
of the Southeast quarter of the
Southwest quarter of said Section
Twenty-seven (27), running
thence East one quarter of a mile,
or to the Southeast corner of the
Southeast quarter of the South
west quarter of said Section
Twenty-seven (27), and running
thence in a Northwesterly direc
tion on a straight line to the place
of beginning, the Northwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter, the
South half of the Northeast quar
ter, the East half of the Southeast
quarter, the East half of the
Northwest quarter, and the
Northwest quarter of tho North
west quarter of Section Twenty
eight (28), tho East half of the
East half, the Northwest quarter
of the Northeast quarter, the
Northeast quarter of the North
west quarter and the West half of
the Northwest quarter of Section
Twenty-nine (29), the Northeast
quarter, the East half of the
Southeast quarter, and the North
west quarter of the Southeast quar
ter, the Southeast quarter of the
Northwest quarter, and the East
half of the Souhwest quarter of
Section Thirty (30), the North
east quarter of the Northeast
quarter. Southeast quarter of
Southeast quarter. West half of
East half, and Northeast quarter
of Northwest quarter of Sectic-Thirty-one
(31), Northeast quar
ter of Northeast quarter, South
half of Northeast quarter, North
half of Southeast quarter. South
west quarter of Southeast quarter,
Southwest quarter, and Southwest
quarter of Northwest qsarter of
Section Thirty-two (32), North
east quarter of Northeast quarter
of Section Thirty-three (33), East
half of Northwest quarter of Sec
tion Thirty-four (34), also begin
ning at the Nortwest corner of the
Northeast quarter of the South
east quarter of said Section
Thirty-four (34), running thenee
East one quarter of a mile, or to
the Northeast corner of the South
east quarter of said Section
Thirty-four (34), running thence
South one quarter of a mile, or to
the Southeast corner of the North
east quarter of the Southeast
quarter of said Section Thirty
four (34), running thence in a
Northwesterly direction on a
straight line to the place of begin
ning, being in Township Four (4),
South, Range Twenty-seven (27),
E. W. M.
Also, beginning at the Northwest
corner of the lot numbered Three
(3)., (otherwise described as the
Northeast quarter of the North
west quarter), running thence
South one quarter of a mile, more
or less, or to the Southvjpst corner
of said lot Three (3), and running
thence East one quarter of a mile,
more or less, or to the Southeast
corner of said lot Three (3) and
running thence in a Northwesterly
direction on a straight line to the
place of beginning.the lot number
ed Four (4), (otherwise described
as the Northwest quarter of the
Northwest quarter), the Southwest
quarter of the Northwest quarter,
the Southwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter of Section
Three (3), the lot numbered Two
(2) (otherwise described as the
Northwest quarter of Northeast
quarter), the Southeast quarter of
the Northwest quarter, the North
east quarter of the Southwest
quarter of Section Four (4), Lot
numbered Two (2) (otherwise de
scribed as the Northwest quarter
of the Northeast quarter), the
Southwest quarter of the North
east quarter, the West half of the
Southeast quarter, the Southwest
quarter of the Northwest quarter,
the West half of the Southwest
quarter and Southeast quarter of
the Southwest quarter of Section
Five (5), the lots numbered One
(1) and Two (2), (otherwise de
scribed as the North half of the
Northeast quarter), the Southeast
quarter of the Northeast quarter,
the Northwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter, the Northeast
quarter of the Southwest quarter
of Section Six (6), the East half
of the Northwest quarter of Sec
tion Eight (8), Northeast quarter
of the Northeast quarter of Sec
tion Nine (9), the Northeast quar
ter of the Northeast quarter, and
the Northwest quarter of the
Northwest quarter of Section Ten
(10), the East half of the North
west quarter of Section Fourteen
(14), and the South half of the
South half of Section Fifteen
(15), being in Township Five (5),
South Range Twenty-seven (27).
The Northeast quarter of the North
east quarter of Section Nineteen
(19), the Southeast quarter of the
Northwest quarter of Section
Twenty (20), the Southwest quar
ter of the Northwest quarter of
Section Twenty-one (21), the
Northwest quarter of the South
west quarter of Section Twenty-
eight (28), the Northeast quarter;
of the Northwest quarter and the
Southwest quarter of the South
east quarter of Section Thirty
(30), in Township Four (4) South ;
Range Twenty-seven (27), E. W.I
M.,' also beginning at the North-'
east corner of the Southeast quar- '
ter of the Southwest quarter or
Section Seventeen (17), in Town-
ship Four (4) South, Range
Twenty-seven (27), E. W. M., and
running thence Northwesterly in -a
straight line-to a point 40 rods
north of the Northwest corner of
said Southeast quarter of the
Southwest quarter of said Section
Seventeen (17), running thence.
South 40 rods, thence East 80
rods to the place of beginning.
Also the Southwest quarter of
Southeast quarter, South half of
Southwest quarter and Northeast
quarter of Southwest quarter of
Section Twenty-nine (29), North
west quarter of Northeast quar
ter, North half of Northwest
quarter and Southeast quarter of
Northwest quarter of Section
Thirty-two (32) in Township
Four (4) South, Range Twenty
seven (2.7) East of the Willamette
Meridian, containing 320 acres.
Southwest quarter of Northeast
quarter, Northwest quarter of
Southeast quarter. Southeast quar
ter of Northwest quarter and
North half of Southwest quarter of
Section Twenty-one (21), Town
ship Four (4) South, Range
Twenty-seven (27) E. W. M., con
taining 200 acres more or less.
The Southeast quarter of the North
east quarter of Section Twenty
(20); the Northwest quarter oi
the Southwest quarter of Section
Twenty-seven (27); and the
Southwest quarter of the North
west quarter of Section Twenty-
eight (28), Township Four (4),
South Range Twenty-seven (27)
East of the Willamette Me
ridian. Being the real property mortgaged
by the judgment debtors to the plain
tiff, to secure the payment of said
amount and ordered sold by tho
court for tho purpose of payment Of
the above mentioned judgment and
taken and levied upon as the proper
ty of said defendants, John Mollahan
and Pat Mollahan, or so much there
of as may be necessary to satisfy the
said judgment in favor of the plain
tiff and against said defendants, to
gether with all costs and disburse
ments that have or may accrue.
GEORGE McDUFFEE,
' Sheriff.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, April
10, 1923. E0-2
IRISH STAMPS ISSUED
When the Irish Free Stnte ciune into
being the other day, about the first
act of its government was to Issue
postage stamps, one of the most artis
tic of which is here shown.
The Modern Child.
Rending about the two little Eng
lish girls who, according to Conan
Doyle, discovered real fairies In the
woods we were reminded of another
child because he was so different.
Robert, the four-year-old son of a
scientific man, had lived in the coun
try most of his short life. One day
a visitor, wishing to make friends
with the little fellow, took him on his
knee and asked, "Are there any
fairies In your woods here, Robert?"
"No," responded the child prompt
ly, "but there are plenty of edible
fungi !"
Wholesale Human Mutilation.
Forty thousand pairs of ears and
40,000 noses, the war trophies of that
famous and painfully thorough Japa
nese General HIdeyoshI, lie beneath
the plain stone marker and grnss
grown mound of the "Mlml-Zuka," or
Enr tomb, a short distance from one
of Kioto's main streets.
They were deposited there ns evi
dence of the valor and success of Hlde
yoshl's expert, carvers, and also to
serve as emphatic warning of the fate
all who crossed that determined war
rior might expect.
The ears and noses are not, how
ever, the bounty of any recent exploit.
HIdeyoshI was the strong man of
Japan more than three centuries ago,
and his gruesome trophies were once
the valued property of 40,000 Koreans
who had, foolishly resisted the Japa
nese general's Invasion of their native
land.
Concerning Moonlight.
It Is probable that few persons are
aware of the fuct that the full moon
gives several times more than twice
the light of the halt moon. They may
be still more surprised to learn that
the ratio Is approximately as nine to
onel
Stebblns and Brown, taking advan
tage of the extreme sensitiveness to
light of a selenium cell, measured the
amount of light coming from the moon
t different phases, with the result
above mentioned. The reason for the
emarkalile difference shown is to be
found In the varying angles of reflec
tion presented by the roughened sur
faces of our satellite to the sun. The
moon Is brighter between first quarter
and full than between full and lust
quarter. The cause of this Is evident
In the more highly reflective charac
ter of that part of the moon thut lies
west of Its merldiaii.
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Boston Harbor Has British Wreck
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Though her crew (truunled rtwrttfy to wve her, the British steamer
Manchester Spinner grounded on the westerly side of Long island, Boston
harbor. A fifty-mile pule Ktarted the anchors dragging and the steam windlass
went out of commission when It was called Into piny to avert the accident.
The vessel was abandoned.
WERE BARBER AND SURGEON
Centuries Ago, Members of the Pres-ent-Day
Guild Embraced the
Two Avocations.
A reminder of the survival of the
ancient trade guilds in London, long
after their members have ceased to
have any connection with trades they
ostensibly represent. Is provided by
the recent election of a chairman of
the Company of Rarbers.
The new chairman never was a bar
ber, and If any of his ancestors were
he has forgotten It. And the same Is
true of all the members of the com
pany. Hut they are very proud of
the old traditions of the company and
get together on stated occasions to
eat a generous dinner, washed down
with good wine, and Usten to speeches
about the good old times.
The company was Incorporated In
1401 and fifty years Inter an act was
passed which prevented any persons
not members of the company from
practicing surgery within seven miles
of the city of London, unless they had
been licensed by the bishop of London.
Barbers were versatile folk in
those times, combining the avocations
of surgeon and dentist with the work
of trimming hair, and beards. From
a London Letter to the New York Eve
ning Post.
Owl Preys by Night.
The habits of animals are developed
and regulated chiefly by their sur
roundings and by the sort of prey on
which they live. Sea-gulls, for exam
ple, can dive n considerable distance
under water and catch the tish which
form their principal article of diet,
while a chicken would starve to death
If forced to depend upon this method
of securing food. So It Is with owls,
which generally make their appear
ance only after dark. This species of
birds feeds mainly upon mice and
other small creatures which are active
at night. Therefore, the owl, which
has developed a soft plumage that
makes Its flight almost noiseless,
comes out after synset In search of
Its food. It Is also because of this
habit that the owl's eyes, like the cat's,
are so made that the pupil can he di
lated until the bird Is able to make use
of every particle of light available and,
while owls cannot see In absolute dark
ness, they are able to utilize the faint
est of light rays to such nn extent that
they can spot and catch their prey un
erringly. .-
Could Supply Either.
There was no sign above the tiny
office to denote what went on Inside,
except that It was a general agency.
But underneath that description was
the following sentence:
"Anything you want at a moment's
notice." So the humorist knocked, en
tered and found himself facing a
sleek young mun across a small desk
table. "I want a lawyer," said the humor
ist. "Certainly, sir," said the young man.
"Smart or straight?"
TORTURE APPLIED TO FEET
Modern Pedal Coverings, According
to Physician, Among the Great
est of Physical 61ns.
In a long range of what Herbert
Spencer called physical sins, foot sins
loom up as the stupidest and least ex
cusable of which man Is guilty. If
men and women were horn with the
wretched appliances (hey call .shoes
they would have a right to raise their
voices In lamentation over the cruelty
of Nature In afflicting them with such
a burden. Is It not a strange paradox
that we should glory In our scientific
Ingenuity that has enabled us to con
struct the flying machine while we
have lost the art of walking correctly
and making our feet and legs really
dependable as Instruments of locomo
tion? asks Eugene Lyman Fisk, M. I).,
In the Health Builder. If we were
simply aspiring to fly and ultimately
abandon the use of our lower limbs,
that would be a consistent program.
Hut why Insist upon encasing our feet
In deforming appliances? Why not use
reasonable Intelligence In walking
when in the rare Intervals of flying
or whizzing around on wheels In vari
ous types of conveyances we actually
condescend to come into contact with
the earth?
ANOTHER GAIN FOR SCIENCEI
Information as to Respiration of Insects
Said to Have Been Accurately
Ascertained.
A scientist abroad has constructed
a delicate Instrument that registers
and measures tho respiration of In
sects. The apparatus is composed of
a crystal tube with an aperture In
the end. Imprisoned in this, the lo
cust, in the effort to extricate Itself,
turns over, bringing his thorax im
mediately under a needle having a
bull In the point. In this way, thanks
to the ascending and descending move
ment of the needle working over a
lever, the movements of the thorax
are registered on a plate or metnl leaf.
It is thus possible to study attentive
ly the quickness and the length of
each breath of the Insect and, what Is
more Important, the strength and ac
tion. By this means It has been as
certained that insects respire in a
mnnner directly the reverse of human
beings. We are required to put the
necessary strength Into the Inspira
tion, while expelling It Is largely auto
matic. The locust, on the other hand,
Inhales automatically, but expels with
more trouble.
ce Cream Season
NORMAN'S ICE CREAM.
Take a quart home for. dinner
McAtee & Aiken
DICK ROBNETT
PRACTICAL HORESSHOER
At CALMUS' SHOP
Special attention given to lame and
interfering horses
I Guarantee Satisfaction. Give me a trial
Ha
Removal Notice
My friends and customers will please take
notice that I have removed from my former
location and for the present I am located in
the rear of Dave Wilson's store, pending
securing another location.
Lloyd Hutchinson
Tailoring
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Where
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The Helm Dry Wall System
of Pressed Cement and
Brick Blocks
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with covmrors ciiutlativu aih spAfis
COOL l-V Kl.MMKR WARM IN WI VTKR. CIIEAI'I.K TIIAX
LUMHKU. I.KT IS HUM) YOU A HOME
THAT WILL LAST
No painting No repairing Writo us for literature
Umatilla Pressed Concrete
Brick and Block Co.
UMATILLA, OREGON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appoint
ed by the County Court of the Stats
of Oregon for Morrow County, ad
ministrator of the estate of Margaret
Howell, deceased, and all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased, are hereby required
to present the same with proper
vouchers, to said administrator at
Heppner, Oregon, or to the law of
fice of Jos. J. Nys, Heppner, Oregon,
within six months from the data
hereof.
Dated this 10th day of April,
1923.
II. HOWELL,
50-2 Administrator.
$100.00 RKWAKD $100.00
We will pay the above reward for
Information that will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the party
or parties that have been cutting
wire fences on our ranches. This ap
plies to any and all ranches owned
by us.
HYND BROS.
Heppner, Ore., April 10, 1923. BO-tf
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