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Tuesday, June 26, 1923
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Secret of Human Happiness
Dr h r u o Given Chautauquans
Vr. Henry Gaines Hawn, Brilliant Speaker, Has Inspiring New
"I claim to have discovered the secret of human happiness," declares Hen
ry Gaines Hawn. "I'm dead against concentration. Learn to be smatterers.
Learn the alphabet of everything in God's universe." Mr. Hawn's is one of
those master personalities that leaves a community enriched and ennobled after
a visit. A sympathetic, practical idealist, his constructive criticism clears the
Vision of those blindly accepted, utterly false standards that motivate so much
of our thought and action. He is eminently qualified to present his subject,
"The Soul of Things," In a masti-rly and attractive way. He is nationally
known as an authority on the Speech Arts, and as an orator has few equals.
Moreover, he Is a man of unusual scholarly attainments. His lecture will be
an outstanding Intellectual treat of Chautauqua. Fifth night.
notice op sheriff's sale
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That under and by virtue of an ex
ecution and order of sale issued by
the Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon,
dated the 26th day of. May, 1923,
to me directed, in a certain suit in
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County, wherein
M. S. Corrigall, plaintiff, recoverd
judgment against the defendants,
Leora K. Wyland and Ernest K. Wy
land, administrator of the estate of
James H Wyland .deceased, for the
sum of' $10,500.00, with interest
thereon at the rate of eight and one
half per cent per annum from Sep
tember 1, 1920, for the further sum
of $1,000.00 attorney's fee and the
costs and disbursements of said suit
taxed and allowed at $28.25, and
wherein tboa Court for the satisfac
tion of said judgment ordered and
decreed sale of the following describ
ed lands situated in Morrow County.
The South Half or the North
Half, the South Half of Section 38,
in Township 4 South, Range 24, E.
W. M.; Lot 4 of Section 31 in Town
ship 4 South, Range 2 5 E. W. M.;
Lots Four, Five, Six and Seven of
Section 6; Lots One, Two, Three and
Bour, the East Half of the North
west Quarter, the Northeast Quarter
of the Southwest Quarer, the Sout'
east Quarter of Section Seven; the
West Half of the Southwest Quarter
of Section Eight, in Township 5
South, Range Twenty-five, E. W. M,
containing 1200 acres.
Also 1,240 acres of land adjoin-
Musical Entertainment Feature of Chautauqua Assembly
Lombard Entertainers Give Well-Chosen and Novel Programs on Fifth Day.
ing same, situated In Gilliam Coun
ty, Oregon, described as follows:
The Northeast Quarter; the North
Half of the Northwest Quarter and
the Southeast Quarter of the North
west Quarter; the North Half of the
Southeast Quarter; and the South
east Quarter of the Southeast Quar
ter; and the Northeast Quarter of the
Southwest Quarter of Section One
(1); the Southeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter; the East Half of
the Southeast Quarter and th"
Southwest Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter; and the South Half of the
Southwest Quarter; and the North
west Quarter of the Southwest Quar-
I ter and the Southwest Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter of Section Twelve
(12). The West. Half of theNorth
east Quarter; the Northwest Quarter
of tlie Southwest Quarter of Section
Thirteen (13). Also the East Half
of the Southeast Quarter of Section
Fourteen (14), all in Township Five
(5) South, Range Twenty-lour (24)
E. W. M.
Said lands tying in Morrow Coun
ty and in Gilliam County, taken to
gether comprising 2440 acres and
constituting a stock ranch.
I will on Thursday, the 28th day
of June, 1923, at the hour of ten
o'clock in tho forenoon of said day,
at the front door of the County Cour
House in the City of Heppner, Mor
row County, Oregon, offer for salo
and sell at public auction to the hi'
est bidder for cash in hand tlw fol
lowing described real property sit
uated in Morrow County, Oregon, to
wit: The South Half of the North Half,
and the South Half of Section 36 in
Township 4 South, Range 24, E. W.
M ; Lot 4 of Section 31 in Township
4 'South, Rango 25 E. W. M.; Lots
Four, Five, Six and Seven of Section
numbered C; Lots One, Two, Three
and Four, the East Half of the
Northwest Quarter, the Northeast
quarter of the Southwest Quarter,
the Southeast Quarter of Section
Seven; the West Half of the South
west Quarter of Section Eight, In
Township 5 South, Range Twenly
five, E. W. M., or so much of said
land as is necessary to satisfy said
judgment, including attornety's fees,
costs and accruing costs.
And if the proceeds of salo of said
lands situated in Morrow County,
Oregon, and so sold by mo be not
sufficient to satisfy said judgment,
then the Sheriff of Gilliam County,
Oregon ,vill on Saturday, the 30th
day of June, 1923, at ten o'clock
A. Mj., at the front door of tho Coun
ty Court House in Condon, Gilliam
County, Oregon, offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash
said lands situated in Gilliam Coun
ty, Oregon, or so much thereof as
is necessary when added to the pro
ceeds of the sale of said lands in
Morrow County to satisfy tlio bal
ance of said judgment, costs and ac
cruing costs remaining unpaid.
Dated May 26, 1923.
5-9 Sheriff of Morrow County.
is a medium of service
when cash is scarce.
Articles you don't need
may be sold or ex
changed for the things
you do need.
Case Furniture Co.
Unusual values in our
Humoring tho farmer by careless
approval of his prejudice in favor of
co-operative marketing appears to
be tho fashion of the day among
some business men who sell goods
to farmers and some big interests
who are afraid of tho farmer vote.
Anything to make the farmer feel
that the business interests aro with
him that Rooms to be the idea. The
commercial Domes ot tlio state are
racing with each other to establish
their communities in the affections
of the farmer by championship of
selling organization methods which
farmers say they want. It is to fear
ed that this is fond promising of the
moon to tho clamoring body. It keeps
the baby from crying until its atten
tion can bo diverted to some oilier
As surely as twice two equal four,
l no tanners ot Oregon will rise in
resentment of this patronizing attl
tudo as soon as they discover the
shallowness of the motives behind it.
The big business interests of Ore
gon will do well to study the attitude
of the bankers of tho state, as re
flected in the report of the bankers'
agricultural commilteo as adopted at
the recent bankers' convention in
Albany. Tho country bankers, and
the great majority of tho city bank
ers, are forced to consider tho farm-
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Conic in and look over
our new location in the
Odd Fellows building,
where you will find one
of the best equipped
dining' rooms in eastern
And when you have in
spected (he front, come
back and take a look at
our sanitary kitchen.
You will be able to get
quick service at our
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ing with tlio farmer to help him
make a success of his marketing,
through whatever channel may
promise him the best results, instead
of simply hurrahing for tho co-operative
idea with a view of galniiiR
I lie farmer's applause. Unquestion
ably this sincere spirit actuates
many of those who are active in the
Portland Chamber's movement to
foster co-operative marketing. The
danger is that those will prevail
whose motive is simply that of pleas
ing tho farmer rather than serving
him. '"" "riNrsj
er's problems from a business view- , , Tll 8latft bttnkera Ilavo tho rlBht
point. Many of tho bankers
A program sufficiently varied to Interest everybody and still of such character that all receive the most wholesome
and uplifting entertainment. This typifies the work of the Lombard Entertainers. Well chosen operatic selections, the
best of popular songs, readings, monologues, pinnologues, whistling solos, these all combine to build a prograifi replete
with good musical material and novel entertainment. Harry Lombard probably has few equals in musical comedy
among Lyceum and Chautauqua artists. lie lias had long experience on the concert and operatic stage, having been
for eight years baritone with the English Opera Company. Lela Fairchlld Lombard, formerly with the Fairchild Ladies'
Quartet, has a deep contralto voice and Is also a talented reader and Impersonator. With beautiful costumes and elab
orate stage settings, they clve a program of a quality seldom attempted by a company of two.
farmers, successful farmers.
In this report, co-operatlvo mark
cling is given tlio attention is de
serves, for It is tho chief feature of
the document. But It is not unqual
ifiedly approved. Kather, the report
advises caution, and urges bankers
to sit. in with tho fanners themselves
in tlio farmers' attempts to engage
in this new and as yet (in Oregon)
experimental method of conducting
business enterprise, lly silling in
willi them, giving the farmers the
benefit, of their business experience,
the bankers will be able to save the
farmers from mistakes.
Many business men of Poll land
have (his samo ioda that of work-
idea. Their approach to tho Drob-
lem is Conservative, and when new
fangled ideas are under considera-
lion, conservatism Is safer, especial
ly when the farmer's property,
money and credit aro so heavily in
volved. Oregon Voter.
MAKMED AT I'OIITL.WI)
MisH Olive llassett and Mr. Joseph
J. Hughes, both of this county, woro
married at Foi l land a few days ago
and returned from that cily Wed
nesday evening. Mr. Hughes is a
well known rancher, son of Mr. and
Mis. John Hughes, and bis brido la
also well known and respected here.
They will reside on t ho Hughes
ranch on Willow creek a few miles
Ford car, 1917 model, in good
condition. Three new tires, shock
absorbers, outsido brakes, new top,
car freshley painted. Goes for $200
quick sale. Inquire at Herald office.
Heppner, Ore. 5-1 f
Brilliant Speaker Discusses Problems
of the English Speaking Peoples
".Working Together for Billions" Is Logical and Fearless
Presentation of Some Vital Truths.
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Norman Allan Imrie's rise to a place of real prominence in the platform
world is almost as Interesting a story as his climb to a captaincy with the Ca
nadian forces during the late war. Two years ago he was practically unknown
in the states as a speaker. Since then he has talked In hundreds of towns and
cities in the West, has toured New Zealand, has spoken In practically every
province of Western Canada and even in some few far-uff Alaskan cities. To
day he is eagerly sought as an after-dinner speaker In both Chicago and New
York. He needs r.o pre1-! agent, no recommendations. One talk is alone suf
ficient for invitations galore. Mr. Imrie's lecture, "Working Together for mil
lions," Is a stirring, forceful, thought-provoking analysis and presentation of
the Anglo-American problems that are burning issues at the prest-nt moment.
Chautauqua second night.
Coming to Chautauqua
atones of Australia, That Far-OfF Land of the south oeas,
Graphically Told by Norman V. Pearce.
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Ice Cream Season
NORMAN'S ICE CREAM
Place advance orders for Brick
Ice Cream for Sunday
McAtee & Aiken
A travel-lecture that Is a real entertainment is Norman V. I'ear'-e's con
tribution to the Chautauqua program. Mr. I'earce is more than a lecturer. He
Is a finished actor, versatile, artlhtlc to his fingertips, and with world-wide ex
perience as a reader and entertainer. Mr. I'earce Is an Australian and his
sUiries of life there are revolutions of the curious cunt rusts In that far-ofT land
of the South seas, with Its highly progressive centers of Industry and trade;
its picturesque "frontier" where adventurers from all over the world have
souirht the elusive end of the rainbow ; and where the mivul'o "hhokmaii" is
till a reminder of days only a generation ago when cannibalism prevailed.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
TREAT THE FAMILY TO HOME
MADE BREAD AND ROLLS
A Two Pound Sample
KERR'S BEST PATENT FLOUR
Or buy a sack, use half or more, and if not satis
fied return it to us and get your money back.
Samples may be had at
Sam Hughes Co. Thomson Bros.
Prophet & Company
BROWN & LOWRY WAREHOUSE