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Issu. IU training Order.
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TM-r is overrulr.l ar.d the
. .ve 6llea 10 .'.ays in
h.. h ti. f arther n;.ppar.
h. U - mil of the X. r company, et
. V. . fcrs-t r.!f r.tioi'.i'd. the Mlowinft
..Ml.-r h.is htt'r, entered, and due pro
,,., r e.I upon the parties and o
,:;:. mentioned therein:
N.-w r.t this titt-e the above entitled
cure on fnr hfarinc upon motion
f j.S.v.rfir? avi'erinp by Woodson &
Si.-k of ;,tt..rno s for j.iaintiff, sr
t, ,1 l,y !!. nlV'uir.vit ar.d reoords and
Me herein, therefore it is ordered
;,nd a.i'n.isni by the court as follows:
Th.it Z.-eth Houser. sr.eriJT of t'ma
i ! oonrty. (ieotce MoPuffee. sheriff
Morrow county and Klmer Montagu,
sher.ff i f Gilliam county he ar.d each
i.f them is hereby enjoined and re
st raim'-.i f'l'in iayir.p over to the Coun
ty Treasurer of Morrow county. Orepon
any taxes collected by him from the
taxpayers of the John Day Irrigation
1'istrict pending the further order of
That T. 3 Humphreys, treasurer of
Morrow county be and is hereby enjoin
ed and restrained pending the further
order of this court from applying any
money in his hands to the payment of
any outstanding warrant of said John
Pay Irrigation Pistrict;
That c. C. Clatk. M. D. Clark, and
Edward Kietinann and each of them,
acting as directors of said John Day
Irrigation District or otherwise ho and
they are hereby and each of them Is
hereby enjoined ar.d restrained from Is
suing any further voucher or warrant
against said district and from entering
into any further contract and from
dointr or causing to be done or permit
ting to be done pending the further or
der of this court any act obligating
said John Day Irrigation District to the
payment of any sum whatsoever.
Done at Chambers at Pendleton, Ore
gon this Jth day of April 1921.
GILBERT W. PHELPS,
a .-.,;) '.e of wcci.s ago a::.!
f.-r the cor rec iticn of the
; ikw.h on last Siir.i.iy, both
rt::.l ever.irg tie U a mar, of
...Mr.-ss srii -.".- to Heppner
.ied as a poacher ar..t
: .,: he will find a wa-m wel-
op on th
lie; ;::, !
and Mrs. 11. J. Street
Mintlrrtal Aoclatt.a Formed.
The Willow Creek Ministerial Asso
i..t . :i wis organised at lone on Mon
U, with Mrs W. 0. Livingstone, pastor
,,f the Cli istian church at lone as pres-i.io-t
ar.d llev. Storms, pastor of the
!;:,pt st church at that place as secte
tar). The association will embrace in
its re. n! crship all of the ministers of
Hepvf. Lex'ngton. lore ar.d the Wil
low creek section. Monthly meetings
will to held at lone, and the object of
the association is to bring about better
cooperation for religious work in this
V, it Ah.ilt i
.u the IV
who has bet
n feeding his
daughters who are attending liepp-
ner high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Win Winter who have
k lanch left ,H'''" residing with their son Ralph
at Knur Mile left Arlington on Satur
day for Portland where they will make
their homo with their daughter. Miss
C. Winter. Their many friends around
Cecil extend the host of wishes to Mr.
"and Mrs. Winter in their new home.
tiiitshe.i his du-
ote is now working
th near Uhea.
V HOMK IOI RSE IN DOMESTIC
! Twenty Lessons in Domestic Science,
by Marion Cole Fisher has recently been
received by us for review.
This is a complete advanced course in
domestic science and home economics
i boiled down to meet the requirements
of the housewife and the student,
i The entire course consists of twenty
! practical lessons one hundred pages
'if.lled with the moat valuable informa
tion the housewife can possess hereto-
' fore taught only in domestic science
Do you know the relative value of
food, which fruits to use for cooking, ;
what purpose salads serve, the correct :
use of condiments, about proper kitchen i
equipments, about V. S. Government's !
bulletins, how to reduce the high cost i
livinir how- to promote and protect !
your own and your familvs health, now ;
to make housekeeping simpler and more ;
economical and pleasant by utilizing ,
modern science in the home? j
This book, we note is priced at $2.00 ;
per copy and from what we understand :
it contains a complete $100.00 college:
course, condensed, and it is practically'
FREE to every interested housewife, j
Write the Home Economics Depart- j
ment of the Calumet Baking Powder
Co., tlOO-SS Fillmore St., Chicago. 111.,
for full particulars regarding the book
and how to secure it.
Ca:l Yunibest who lias been assist
ii g the 'Mayor" wtth lus spring; woik
left on Wednesday for Spokane.
A. K. Iwui, time keeper for Oregon
Hass.vm Taxing company, made a hur
ried trip to The Dalles during the week
end. Mrs. Tlah'i arrived from Portland on
,ii..!-.v ,im.i will visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Knipfet at Tentville for some by her fr:
Mrs Nichols and son. Master Cordon, J Jack Ferris returned home from the
of Arlington were the week-end guests Heppner Hospital last Monday. He Is
of Mr and Mrs. Ceo. Kiebs at The Last! recovering nicely from the serious op
Camp. I oration he underwent, and though still
Miss Uster Logan of Four Mile spent quite feeble he expects to be at work
Saturday and Sunday with her friend. ' again In a few days lone Independent.
eorcia Summers at the iasi
E. J. r.ristow ami family returned
from Walla Walla. Wash, last night,
where they had gone to attend the fu
neral of Mrs. Cassie Shemwell, Mrs.
Itristow's sister, whose death occurred
last Monday. Mrs. Shemwell was quite
well known In lone and the news or
her death will be heard with regret
iends here. lone Independent.
and Mrs. C.eo. Henriksen of
MVriCK TO l-HUllTOUS,
Notice is hereby given that the un-
Sl.raw berry ranch entertained their a,,,.,,,,,,, nas been appointed by the
friends to a card party on Saturday County court of Morrow county. State
(venmg. of Oregon, as administrator of the Es-
Messrs. Oarliek, Schartner and Mur- tnte of Rose Ann Kilkenny, deceased,
phy of Oregon Hassam Paving com- All persons having claims against said
pany were doing business at Heppner estate must present them to me dub
on Monday. verified at the office of Woodson &
Joe Marcus landed in Cecil on Tues- Sweek in Hefipner, Oregon, within six
; day after having a few- days tioliday months from the date of first puhltca
readv for work again for Everett Lo- tion hereof,
inn at Fairview ranch. ' P- O
i ceo. A. Miller of Highview has been' 1 this mh day of April. 19.1
a busy man during the week grading
our county roads, making them ready
for joy riders now that fine weather Is
Oscar Nash arrived in Cecil on Tues
day from lleaverton and is visiting his
Cecil friends before leaving for lone
where he intends to work for the com
Geo. D. Anderson and Ed Martin left
on Friday with a tine band of ewes and
lambs belonging to Hynd Bros. This
band will pasture on Hynd Bros, ranch
IX THE CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREliON FOR MORROW
El'H KSKELSON. )
vs ) SI MMONS.
SARAH WILLIS, )
TO SARAH WILLIS, above named defendant:
Tou are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint tiled against
vou In the above entitled cause within
i.. I.- IhA .into of first pub-
Mr. Jack Hvnd of Butterby Flats licatlon hereof and if you fail to so
left on the local for Heppner on Fri- appear and answer, for want thereot,
day and will spend several days with the plaintiff will apply to the Conrt for
LIVE LOCAL ITEMS
RIVE CECIL NEWS ITEMSl . . . - " I
P.ye pasture for horses or cattle, $2
per month until harvest. W. Harold
Mason. lone. Oregon. tf -al4.
C. P. Huston has so far recovered
from his illness as to be able, to come
up to town on Saturday. He is now
well on the road to complete recovery.
Pr. McMurdo reports the arrival of
an S-lb. son at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. R. Fell in this city on the
11th inst. Also an S-lb. son was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hiatt of Lena, on
George W. Frazier, of Flora, Oregon,
is here on a visit to his brother, Louis
Frazier, who has been sick for some
time and confined at the Moore hospital
in this city. Louis is now improving
ami his early recovery is looked for.
Max Gorflile, head of the Eastern
Hide & Junk company, of Pendleton,
has been in Heppner this week gather
ing in a lot of goods in his line. It has
been some time since Max was in the
city and now financial matters are look
ing up a little as he never fails to dis
tribute a portion of his wealth while
Cemeterv hill received the once over
bv the big county road grader Monday,
the machine being pulled by the big
"cat" which made the hill without the
least difficulty. The use of the ma
chinery was donated by the county and
the gas was furnished by the city. It
is the intention of those having the
matter in charge to give this road a
covering of giavel and thus put it In
shape so that autos can negotiate the
hill at all seasons of the year without
fear of accident.
Morrow county purchased a new Ford
roadster for-the use of Road Master
,.rUh from Chas. H. Latourell during
the week. The county is also negotiat
ing for the purchase of a portable grav
el screener to he used in connection
with its big rock crusher. This is found
to be a necessary adjunct to the coun
ty's road working equipment now that
so much rock surfacing is called for,
This piece of machinery will enable the
workmen to separate the coarser and
finer crushed rock, thus keeping the fin
er screenings for the top layer. Other
wise the coarser rock is continually
working to the Burface and a good Job
of macadam can not he laid.
H. W. firlm. A. J. Abernathy and C.
E. Glasgow, residents 01 me irriRuu
sectloni were in Heppner on last Thurs
day to interview the county court in
regard to getting a road established
between that place and the county seat.
This is net a new matter, but it has
laid dormant for some time and these
citizens from the north end now have
hopes that better road connection be
tween that point and Heppner can be
established to the mutual benefit of the
two sections. They seem to think that
the new ferry at Irrigon will be estab
lished, and this is an additional induce
ment to have a good road leading from
the Columbia river to this city.
An automatic pump was Installed by
(lilliam at.d Eisbee in the basement of
the Masonic building this week, and
Jim Archer has lost his Job. This little
contrivance keeps the water out of the
basement just as fast as it accumulates,
and the principle on which It works
must be something after the Idea that
has been revolving in the mind of our
great it.ver.tor; it Is a sort of vacuum
lift nod when a little water accumulates
a bulb is raised that starts a small I
treair. of water from the city main Into
the pump, the varuum Is formed and I
the process of lifting the water out
of the basement proceeds. The only
difference between this little pump and
the one referred to as the work of our
peat Inventor is that It works while
the other does not, and this makes all
the difference in the world between a
BUi'oennful Invention and one that Is ap
parently a pipe dream.
Mrs. J. E. Crabtree and children of
Dotheboys Hill were Cecil callers on
Mrs. A. Henriksen of Willow Creek
ranch was calling on her Cecil friends
Melviile Logan of The Willows spent
the week-end with his brother Leon at
H. V. Tyler of Rhea was a visitor at
Fairview. the home of Everett Logan,
C. H. Morey of Lone Rock spent the
week-end with his daughter, Mrs. H J.
Streeter at Cecil.
Fred J. Ely of Morgan made a short
stay in Cecil on Wednesday Deiore
leaving for Portland.
Miss Hazel Winter of Shady Dell
si visiting with Miss ivian Logan in
Portland for some time.
J. M. Melton of The Lookout spent
Tri-State Terminal Co.
We have sold our merchan
dise store in Portland and
expect to discontinue the sale
of groceries in Heppner.
WATCH FOR PRICE
Announcement Next Week
Everything Will Go at
TRI-STATE TERMINAL COMPANY
i lie relief p.rae.l for in his complaint,
to v.it: For a decree of the Court that
the plaintiff is the owner of the follow
ing doscnl.ed lands In Morrow County,.
Slate of Oiegon, to wit: South half of
ihc Southwest quarter of Section 36, In
Township 1 South. Range :5. E. W. M:
that the defendant has no right, title or
. interest, in or to said land or any part
, there.. f: that the plaintiffs title be for- ,
' over quieted against the defendant.
This summons Is published by virtue
of an order of Wm. T. Campbell, Judge
of the County Court of the County of
; Morrow. State of Oregon, made nnd en
tered on the 11th day of April, 1921
! WOODSON & SWEEK.
! Attorneys for the rwtntlff.
I Residence Heppner, Orew'in.
j Date of first publication. April 14.
VrtTKVKXT OK TUB OWSRMS1IIP.
Mtia.MHT, ETC nHllHKl
II Y TIIK ACT OF CONtillKSS OP
I ;i ST at. It2. of the Oatotte
Times published weekly at Heppner,
Oregon for April 1, 1921.
State of Oregon. County of Morrow, ss.:
Ilefore me a Notary Public In and
for the State and county aforesaid,
personally appeared Vawter Crawford,
who. having been dnly sworn according
to law, deposes and says that he is the
Editor of the Oazette-Tlmes and that
the follownlg Is to the best of his
knowledge and belief, a true statement
nt tno owiieiKhin. and management, etc..
of the aforesaid publication for the
date shown In the above caption. i-,
quired by the Act of August 21. 1912.'
embodied in section 443, Tostnl Laws j
and Regulations, to-wit: j
1. That the names and addresses of
the publisher, managing editor, and .
business managers are: publishers, j
Vawter and Spencer Crawford, Hepp-:
ner. Oregon; editor, Vawter Crawford;'
managing editor, same: business mana-'
ger. same. j
2. That the owners are Vawter and '
Spencer Crawford, Heppner. Oregon.
3, That the known bondholders, :
mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding t per cent or more
of total amount of bonds mortgages,
or other securities are: First National
Rank. Heppner. Oregon: Rarnhnrt Bros. '
and Si.lndler, Seattle. Wash. I
I. That the two paragraphs next
abclve, giving the names of the owners,
stockholders, and security holders. If
any, contain not only the list of stock
holders and security holders as they
appear upon the hooks of the company
hut also, in cases where stockholder
or security holder appears upon the
hooks of the company as trustee or In
any other fiduciary relation, the name
of the person or corporation for whom
such trustee Is acting, is given: also
that the said two paragraphs contain
statements embracing affiant's full
knowledge nnd belief as to the clrcum-
stances and conditions under which '
stockholders and security holders who '
do not appear upon the hooks of the ;
i cnmpaiiy as trustees, hold stock and
j securities in a capacity other than that
f of a bona fide owner; and this affiant
has no reason to believe that any other
person, association, or corporation has
any interest direct or indirect in the
. aid stock, bonds, or other securities
than as so stated by him, j
VAWTER CRAWFORD, Editor.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 11th day of April, 1 320.
JOS. J. NY'S, Notary Public.
My commission expires June is, 1122.
Can make that suit or dress
last twice as long by having
it properly and thoroughly
CLEANED AND PRESSED
LLOYD HUTCHINSON ,
Our Standard Mu&
Through a period extending over several years, the Mor
row County Creamery Company has been laboring to place its
product on the market of Heppner and cities of the adjoining .
territory. We are now pleased with the progress made, and
can say that the entire product, practically, of the Creamery
is going into the harfds of the local merchants and to groceries
and general stores in a number of the neighboring commun
itiee. Our Aim Is to Keep Up the Standard
' of Our Product
In order to do this, we must have pure, fresh cream that
tests up to the standard in butter fat. We are gratified to state
' that in a very large measure we are receiving this consideration
at the hands of producers. We do not desire to turn down
any offerings, yet to maintain the standard set,-we will be
compelled to do so. We should not be expected to buy small
offerings of cream that have been so long in accumulation that
the product has become rancid and is unfit for no other use
than to be poured into the gutter; hence we must refuse to
take such offerings in the future, purely as a matter of justice
to ourselves and to our customers, who have the right to de
mand of us the best product we can turn out.
This announcement will no doubt be received in the spirit
in which it is offered; we desire to get all the good, clean
butterfat that is produced in this territory and at all times will
pay the very highest market price for same. Please help us
to maintain our standard of excellence.
Morrow County Creamery Company
Makers of Willow Brand Butter
V. CHI DE COX, Munanei
1 " -i
C. M. Bowers
BOOT AND SHOE
Kew I'Kklor at Kedersted t'kureh.
At a meet inn of the official board
of the Federated church on last Sunday,
Itev. 1,. E. Moore, who recently arrived
here from Montana, was elected to the
postulate of the church and will Imme
diately enter upon his work. He expects
that his family will arrive soon from
Htrvensvltl. Montana, where Rev.
Mooie was formerly located. Mr. Moore
"I've waited all ovur
the streets of this town un
til I'm daraede near ruin
"But mv owner is goin
to take good care of me, I
"For he's on his way to
Bower's shoe repair shop
and that means I'll have a
pood stout sole in place of
tin; worn-out anair I have
now. ' '
I LET'S REASON
Vhen a motorist
gets a puncture in his
tire, does he throw
the tire away or have
When a small hole
wears thru the sole of
your shoes, it is just
as unwise to throw-
away the shoes as it
is for the motorist tc
throw away a tire.
Both shoes and tire
cost real money these
-11IK what would happen if the Light and Pow- i
er Company which supplies your community
mW$M with electricity suddenly ceased 10 opeiaie; g
The motor-driven machinery m busy iaeiones
..,i.i ,.. t chmdstill. The manv little power-driven
contrivances which add to the convenience of your shop
or home would he useless, hven tlie i ignis oy wiucu
you work and play would he snuffed out.
v,.f ti,,, o-iv.ot ci.rvipi' rendered hv the Light and Pow-
Xt-L Hi'" o.H w. -
. ft,,,,,,,,,,, w ton often forwitten. It has become so
! much a part of our everyday life that it is taken for grant
;1 ed. Only on the rare occasions when something got
wrong does the Light ami 1'ower umipany receive even o
passing thought; and that thought is perforce a damning
T llirht of Mctual facts, the Li'dit and Power Com-
i pany takes on an entirely dicerent aspect. Its welfaie
and the welfare ot the community as a wnoie are one aim
inseparable. The, extent and character of the service it
rentiers influences to a considerable degree the establish
ment of new industries. Ami the more widely that ser
vie. n iu the eloiuier and brighter the community will
become, for electrical power is clean power. -Literary
. l'nld Adv.
My suitings on hand will he sold for $20.00 he
low original price which will make a reduction on
suit of $10.00 below actual cost. If you want one
while they last come in today.
We clean, press and dye ladies' and men's clothes.
Heppner Tailoring & Cleaning Shop
Friday - April 15th Friday
MABLE NORMAND IN
A classic of the big toi a story of the pathetic little slavey of the circus whose
one ambition was to emulate the dance of "Kory-Bory Alice, the astounding agile
exponent of the famous Fiji Fling."
THE LIVELIEST OF MABEL NORMAND'S COMEDIES, WHICH IS GOING
SOME, YOU KNOW.
Saturday - April 16th Saturday
HARRY CAREY in
The finest and most human western drama in which he has appeared
lie was the ramhlin' son with nervous feet
, That never was made for a steady beat,
lle-'d been on the bum and he'd lived in style,
But there was the road windin' mile after mile,
And nofhin' to do hut go!
Sunday April 17th Sunday
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN
Fthel Barrymore's great stage success, written by Sir Arthur Pinero.
It is the big picture of the season, for every married couple, every engaged
couple and all sweethearts. It is de luxe in investiture, scenes, acting and pro
duction. 20 cent3 and 30 cent's each night.
Monday and Tuesday, Apr. 18 & 19
TAYLOR HOLMES IN
"Nothing But The Truth"
Just imagine! "Nothing But the Truth" for a week! Boh Bennett tried
it and ran into more trouble than two mothers-in-law.