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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, IIEPPXEE, OREGON, THIUSDAY, AITiTL 14, 1021.
DE. F. E. FARRIOE
Office upstairs over Postofflca
DE. R. J. VAUGHAN
Permanently located in the Odd
Kellowi building, Room 4 and t.
A. D. McMUEDO, M. P.
Office In Patterson Drue Store
Trained Nurae Assistant
C. C. CHICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON
Trained Nurse Assistant
Office upstairs over Postofflce
WOODSON & SWEEK
Office In Masonic Building
SAM E. VAN VACTOR
First National Bunk Building
S. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House
Office Phone, Main (43
Residence Phone, Main 665
FRANCIS A. McMENAMIN
Roberts Rulldlng, Heppner Oro.
F. H. ROBJNSON
ROY V. WHITEIS
Fire Insurance writer for best Old
E. J. STARKEY
House Wiring a Specialty
E. E. MILLER
"The Old-Time Auctioneer"
lie Sticks and Stays
KPAKonnhle Rata for Sales
DR. J. PERRY CONDER,
Phone Main 02
Treatment of all diseases, Isolated
wards for contagious cases.
WATERS & ANDERSON
O. C. Patterson
THE MOORE HOSPITAL
MUS. RAY MOORE, Prop.
Patients privileged to choose their
own physicians anil surgeons.
MHH. U. C. A IK UN, IIEFPNEB
I am prepared to taka a Urn. tad
number of maternity casta at mf
home. Fa.ent privileged to eh owe
their ona phy-nlHna.
Heat of attention and cara asiured.
IN THTO CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATB OF OR BOON FOR MORROW
Ada B. Morrison, Plnlntlr?, )
Norval S. Morrison,
To Norval S. Morrison, Defendant
IN TUB NAME OF THE 8TATH OF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the abovs entitled suit
within six weeks from the data of the
Arst publication of this summons, If
published, or within six weeks from the
date of service of this summons upon
you If personally served without the
State of Oregon, and If you fall to so
appear and answer, for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief prayed for In her complaint,
to-wlt: for an absolute divorce from
This summons Is published by virtue
of an order of W. T. Campbell, County
Judge of Morrow County, Oregon, dated
February IB, 1921.
WOODSON & SWEEK,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Address, Heppner, Oregon.
Hats of first publication. February 17,
NOTICE TO CREDITOR..
Notce is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed by the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County, executor of the Last
Will and Testament of Andrew J. Stev
enson, deceased, and that all persons
having claims against said estate must
present the same properly verified ac
cording to law. to me at the ofllce of
Woodson Rweek, my attorneys at
Heppner, Oregon, within sis months
from the date of first publication of
this notice, to-wlt: March 24th. 1921.
GEORGE A. STEVENSON.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby (Wen that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Morrow administrat
or of the Estate of Tilda Leabo, de
ceased, and that all persons having
claims against the said estate must
present the same, duly verified accord
ing to law, to me at my ofllce In Hepp
ner, Oregon, within six months from
the date of first publication of this no
tice, said date of publication being the
17th day of February, 191.
8. E. NOTSON. Administrator.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
1,'uiice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have been appointed jointly
as executrix and executor respectively,
of the Last Will and Testament of
James M. Hayes, deceased, and all per
sons having claims against the Estate
of James M. Hayes, deceased, must pre
sent them, properly verified, to the un
dersigned within six months from the
date of first publication hereof, at the
office of Woodson & Sweek at Heppner,
Oregon, attorneys for the Executors.
Date of first publication February 1?
NANCY B. HATES.
H. O. HAYES.
NOTlm; TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Morrow County, administrator
of the estate of Charles B. 8perry, de
ceased, and has duly qualified as such
administrator. All persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased are hereby required to present
the same, with the proper vouchers as
required by law, to the said adminis
trator at his home at lone, Oregon, or
at the law office of Joa J. Nys, at Hepp
ner, Oregon, within six months from
the date of this notice.
Dated and published at Heppner, Ore
gon, this 24th day of February, 1JJ1.
J. M OAMBILL,
Administrator of the estate of
Charles B. Sperry, deceased.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land
Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Feb. U,
1921. NOTICE is hereby given that Ot
to E. Johnson, whose post-office address
Is Hardman, Oregon, did, on the 16th
day of May, 1120, file in this office Sworn
Statement and Application, No. 021721.
to purchase the NW14 8W14, Section
14. Township i South, Range IS East,
Willamette Meridian, and the timber
thereon, under the provisions of the act
of June , 1178, and acta amendatory,
known as the "Timber and Stone Law,'
at such value as might be fixed by ap
praisement, and that, pursuant to such
application, the land and timber there
on have been appraised, One hundred
eighty dollars, the timber estimated
50M board feet at 12.00 per M. and the
land $80.00; that said applicant will of
fer final proof In support of his appll
cation on the 6th day of May, 1921, be
fore J. A. Waters, Clerk of the County
Court, at Heppner, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time before patent Is
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
In Ihla office, alleging facts which
would defeat the entry.
M. FRANK WOODCOCK. Register.
Notice la hereby given that the Coun
ty Court of Morrow County will until
ten o'clock a. m., April 22, 1921, receive
bids for the construction of two SS-ft
brldpes over Butter creek, near the
Umatilla county line, about 22 miles
northeast of Lexington, in Morro
County. All In accordance with plans
and specifications on file in the County
Clerk's office at Heppner, Oregon. No
bid will be considered unless accom
panied by a certified cbeck In an am
ount equal to 5 per cent of the total
bid. The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids or to accept the bid deem
ed best for Morrow County.
J. A. WATERS, County Clerk.
NOTICE TO THE JOHN DAY IHRItiA
TION DISTRICT AND TO ALL
FREEHOLDERS. LEGAL VOTERS,
AND ASSESSMENT PAYERS WITH
IN SAID DISTRICT,
In the matter of the application of Clay
C. Clark, M. D. Clark, Edward Rlet
mann, as the board of directors of the
John Day Irrigation District, for a
Judicial examination and Judgment
of the Court as to the regularity and
legality of the proceedings and acts
of the board of directors of the said
John Day Irrigation District since
the 2nd day of September, 1919.
To the John Day Irrigation District and
to all freeholders, legal voters and
asKessment payers within said dls
Notice is hereby given that Clay C.
Clark, M. D. Clark and Edward Rlet
mann, as board of directors of the John
Day Irrigation District have filed a pe
tltion In the Circuit Court of Morrow
County, Oregon under date of Maroh 11,
1921, asking for confirmation, Judicial
examination and judgment of the Court
as to the regularity and legality of the
proceedings and acts of the board of
directors of the said John Day Irri
gation District since the 2nd day of
The prayer of said petition la as fol
WHEREFORE, Tour petitioners
pray for a decree of this Court as fol
lows: First, that the court confirm the
decision of the board of directors of
the John Day Irrigation District In
declaring the results of the election
held on the 11th day of January, 1921
and In ordering certificates of election
to bo Issued to Clay C. Clark and Ed
ward Rletmann and that the Court de
clare the acts and proceedings of the
Board of Directors of the John Day Ir
rigation Dlatrlct in connection with the
olectlon held In said district on the 11th
day of January, 1921, to be legal and
regular. Second, That the Court con
firm and declare regular and legal the
assessment of fifty cents per acre of ev
ery acre of irrigable land In said dls
trlct which assessment was made on
the 7th day of September, 1920, and
that the acts and proceedings of the
said board of directors In oonnectlon
therewith are regular and legal. Third
that the Court confirm and declare reg
ular and legal the exclusion of the land
described in paragraph XI of this peti
tion and declare that the acts and pro
ceedings of said board In connection
therewith are regular and legal.
Fourth. That this Court confirm and de
clare that all acts of the board of di
rectors of the John Day Irrigation Dis
trict were within its scope of power
Monday the 9th day of May, 1921. at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon
of said day in the Court House In Hepp
ner, Morrow County, Oregon, has been
fixed as the time and place for the hear
ing of said petition.
Any person or persons Interested In
the proceedings and acts of the board
of directors of said district or In the
relief asked for in said petition may on
or before the th day of May. 1921. at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, appear and
demur or answer said petition.
This notice is published pursuant to
an order made and entered In the above
entitled cause by Hon. Gilbert W.
Phelps. Judge of the above entitled
Court under date of the 17th day of
(SEAL) J. A. WATERS.
Clerk of Circuit Court Morrow
Teal, Minor and Wlnfree,,
Spauldlng Building, Portland, Ore.
John K. Kollock,
Corbett Building, Portland, Ore.
F. A. McMenamln,
Oilman Building, Heppner, Ore.
Attorneys for John Day Irrigation
Sealed bids will be received by Mor
row County Court, at Heppner, Oregon,
until April 6th, at 10 o'clock a. m. for
0 cords of heavy 4 ft slab wood for
use of Court House. Bids may be sub
mitted F. O. B. cars at Heppner or de
livered at Court House yard. Measure
ment at Court House yard only accept
ed. The right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids or to accept the bid deemed
best for Morrow County.
WM. T. CAMPBELL. Judge.
rrom the Umatilla National Forest
one coming two-year-old heifer a red
Jersey with white face, branded IX
with quarter circle underneath, and
marked cropp off each ear and underblt
In right ear. Was last seen In Septera
ber, 1920, on Matlock prairie. Will pay
all expenses for keeping this animal, or
will sell same to part keeping her for
what she Is worth to him. Address J.
D. French. Gurdane, Oregon. 174
I wish to warn the party or parties
who have been interfering with my
traps in the vicinity of Ed Neill's home
on Butter creek, and tearing down gov
ernment trap notices, that they are the
property of the United States. Further
disturbances will lead to serious trou
ble. H. W. DOBTNS, Gov't Hunter.
Six-room modern dwelling at a (rest
sacrifice In price. Can arrange con
cerning terma Apply Gaiette-Tlmes
Four housekeeping rooms for rent.
Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE Six room house with
lot In Heppner, well situated. For
terms and prices, lnquirs this office
ROOMS FOR RENT Unfurnished
housekeeping rooms, two, three or four
to suite. Call at this office. a7-tf.
LOST About Heppner or between
Heppner and my place on Willow creek,
pair of new chapa long black batr and
having brand diamond LP burned in
k. 'il her. Finder leave it this omce 01
notify A. P. PARKER. ml7tf.
Full blooded 8. C Uklle Leghorn
Tancred and O. A. C. strains. 1.00 per
setting of 15. Mrs. C. N. Jones, Hepp
Nice room to rent Call Main 4(2.
WANTED Will pay cash for second
hand Ford body. In fair shape. See
Heppner Garage Machine Shops. tf.
FOR SALE Eight young mules for
ale, or will trade for young cattle or
heavy young horses. F. A. McMENa
Responsible woman wishes job as
housekeeper for bachelor or widower
ranch prefered. Phone 6(4, or call this
Woman wants work. Washing and
Ironing 11 per dozen. Call 735, city.
m 24 tf.
FOR SALE Four head of good work
and brood mares, weight 120 to 1400
Fall terms to responsible parties. A
W. GAMMELL, Lexington, Oregon.
Local and county agents wanted to
handle and sell the Peerless Auto Lug.
Something new. First time on the
sand or snow or bad roads with a set
of these lugs on their rear Urea Ex
clusive territory.. Quick sales. Good
profits. Address Peerless Manufactur
ing Co., (11 Mutual Life Building, Se
The most perfect and beautiful
thoroughbred In the Northwest will
mako the season of 1921 at the East
ern Oregon Stock Farm.
126 for season with returning priv
The While Hulless Barley Is kept for
Also clean Bluestem wheat this at
Burgoyne'B warehouse in Lexington.
I have also a few tons of good rye
seed at the farm.
10 head of fresh milk cows
20 head of fine saddle and racing
26 head of Jacks for sale. Will lease
Jacks for the season to responsible par
It. F. SWAGGART
Hemstitching 8 Cents Per Yard.
Wo do all kinds of pleating, braiding,
button-covering, button-holing, scal
loping, chalnstltchlng, embroidery, etc.
WINONA'S SHOP, 210 Fleldner Bldg.,
Washington at 10th St., Portland, Ore
I have at my place i miles west of
Hardman, one. 2-year-old heifer, red
with white spots. No brand visible,
marked wllh crop out right ear also
urr-er bit In right ear Been at my
place since middle of Sept. last. Own
er can have animal by paying pastur
age and settling for this advertisement
J. E. CRABER, Hardman, Ore.
(Cap? fur Ihia LMpanoirm supllM by
lb American Lemon N-w H-rn.
ONE OF LEGION'S FOUNDERS
Walter H. A. Coleman, Adjutant Lon
don Post, No. 1, Organized Body
In British Capital.
Although he la thousands of mile
from National Headquarters, Walter
H. A. Coleman. Hil-
Jutaut of London
Post No. 1 of the
Is In close li.uili
tit ' f Jh with the entire
fk Mi Leglou program.
one of the found
ers of the Legion
at Its first caucus
in I'aris and or-
,Z ganlzed the post
In the British cap
ital. Born In Phila
delphia, Pa., Mr. Colemnn was edu
cated In private schools In that city
and In New York. During his business
experience in various departments of
the Pennsylvania railroad, he lived In
Philadelphia, New York City, Albany,
N. Y., Indianapolis, Ind., and Ilethle
During the war Mr. Coleman served
In the American Destroyer Flotilla,
which had Its base at Queenstown, Ire
land. Since the war he has been con
nected with the United StateB Embassy
London Post of the Legion took a
leading part In decorating the graves
of American soldiers burled in England
Memorial Day, 1920.
HAS HUSTLING LABOR BUREAU
Nashville, Tenn, Post Tackles Hard
Problem and Makes Most Effi
In accordance with the general ac
tivity ot American Legion posts In
meeting the unemployment crisis as
It affects the ex-service man, Nash
ville, Term, Post has tackled the sit
uation with a considerable degree of
An employment bureau has been es
tablished In charge of a Legion mem
ber, who devotes his full time to It.
Both Job applicants and employers
seeking men are listed In a card in
dex, according to their abilities and
When a man applies at the Legion
headquarters for a job, he Is required
to fill out a blank giving the follow
ing Information: Name, address,
place of birth, married or single; If
he Is an ex-service man, If he has de
pendents, special training and schools
attended, with the extent of the edu
Trade test questions are: "Can you
speak any foreign language ;" "Do you
understand card-IndeXj system;" "Cun
you operate a switchboard ;" "Can you
use a typewriter efficiently;" "Are
you good at figures ;" "Can you run an
automobile or truck."
Trades Included In the list of Job
applicants for one day were electric
Ian, druggist, salesman, accounting
clerk, bookkeeper, daughtsinan. Insur
ance salesman, machinist and mat
When the Job seeker has filed his
application, he Is given a card to show j
that he has registered with the Le
gion bureau. When he is sent to an
employer In response to a call, he is
given a card of lntroducllon stating
that be Is sent by the Legion bureau.
Ills original application, together with
the secretary's Indorsement or esti
mate of the man, Is forwarded to the
By arrangement with the negro post
of the Legion, the employment bureau
la able to answer calls for negro la
bor, applicants for work being listed
with the negro secretary.
The work of the employment bureau
Is supported by funds available In the
Legion treasury from a post show
given last year. Another entertain
ment will be given soon to miss? money
for further operation of the bureau.
STATE JOBS FOR VETERANS
Chairman Woman's Auxiliary Commit
tee of New York Asserts World
War Men Should Be Honored.
"If any class Is favored In handing
out state Jobs It should be the veter
ans of the World
The speaker was
Miss Ilay C. Saw
yer, chairman of
the Women's Aux
of the New York
Department of the
Her audience was
composed of mem
bers of the New
York Assembly Ju
Miss Sawyer spoke
before the committee In behalf of a
bill to give preference to veterans In
civil service employment In New York
The bill was bnoked by the New York
A. E. F. Play Library.
An A. K. F. play library has been
opened for the use of posts of the
American Legion, which produce plaj-s
for home talent production. The mu
sical comedy, "Sittiii" Pretty" is one
of the feature plnys now offered to
posts. It tells the story of a dough
boy who poses as a girl welfare work
er In France, saves a party of A. W.
O. L. soldiers from court martial,
chnperones two charming daughter!
of a French nobleman, and saves the
boys from dronlnlng In the River Cog
nac. The address of the bureau ll
A. B. F. Library. 00 West Fortieth
street, New York City
LEGION HIKERS ARE GREETED
Two California Ex-service Men Report '
Cordial Treatment by Posts of i
The hospitality of the Southwest Is :
reflected in Its American Legion posts,
accordiug to Van W. Bishop anil C. G.
Allison, California Legionnaires who
are well on their way on a little walk
from Los Angeles, Cal, to Mexico
City, Mexico, a distance of more than
IM miles. Bishop belongs to Los
Aiiaeles Post No. 8, and Allison to Ir
win post No. 93 of San Francisco.
Weary with tramping the dusty
klloueU-rs and burdened with packs
tint other impedimenta, the marchers
(out 1 rent at a number of Legion
pots: along the way, according to a
lette- revived from them by the adju
tant of the Los Angeles post
"The pots of the American Legion
In the towns where we have stopped
have treated us royally. Legion mem
bers at Yuma, Ariz., started the good
things for us. Then Tucson post fixed
us up for two days in a room fitted
with bunks for the accommodation of
Jyl The stock on our shelves is nr w and you
v.v 1,0 xuub summed sjawiwu ealx
wiU.UyM THIS SEAS0N
Holeproof Hosiery and Florsheim Shoes
A Winning Combination
Sam Hughes Company
Lower Farm Implement Prices
ural for you to want lower prices on the farm im
plements used in producing your crops.
Announcement is made by th Oliver
Chilled Plow Works of a general
price reduction in their linn that
brings prices to the basis of 1918.
They are first to make this reduction
and are taking the loss that the move
brings for there has been little re
duction in labor or material as their
Peoples Hardware Co.
Spring Is Here
and with it the new merchandise that you
have been wanting to see.
Our first shipment of Spring Coats now here.
High Shoes, Low Shoes, Pumps
Let Us Show You the Goods
Minor & Company
a fer li'V. wlio ci.nie In and want
a place to stay.
"Our next stop was at I!!ile for
three days. They have a regular home
with eeral rootna and a sleeping
porch. A number of the fellows make
thlr home at the club. We arrived
In Oine to attend th funeral of one of
the boj s brought bark from 'over
there.' Now, we are at Douglas,
where legion post officers obtained
quarters for us. tlur plan Is to enter
Mexico at El Paso or Laredo. Tex."
At the grave of the departed the
old darkey pastor stood, hat in hand.
Looking Into the abyss be delivered
himself of the funeral oration.
"Samuel Johnson," he said sorrow
fully. "We hopes you Is gone where
we 'specks you ain't" American
The Greater Shame.
Wlfey Aren't you positively
ashamed that your wife and daugh
ter are .out at the elbows?
Hub Nope. Jiut I am ashamed
that they are all out at the knees.
American Legion Weekly.
;; Spring & Summer Dresses
FROM OUR CHOICE LINE OF GINGHAMS, PERCALES, ETC.
Joy of the first tub frock is net far away, and it is the wise wom
an who selects her yard goods eaily for summer dresses made from
wash sroods. .
BREAK HAS COME. FOR
some time prices paid
products have been low.
Rocky Kansas real
This sturdy lightweight. Rocky
Kansas, of Buffalo, N. Y., sprung
into fame almost overnight, and
is now considered the most dan
gerous man in the 133-pound divi
sion and a real contender for
Champion Benr.y I.eonard'i crown.
He knocked out "Ritchie Mitchell
in one round and whipped Willie
Jackson in twelve sessions. He
is the rugged mixer of the Bat
.tling Nelson type.
1 m T T
will find our line priced
for your farm
It is but nat
contribution in hastening a return to
This is your opportunity to secure
new, up-to-date Oliver quality imple
ments that will help you produce a
full crop, and get them at a price in
line with the reduced prices on your