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TIIK OAZKTTK-TIMKS, IIEPI'XEK, OREGON, TIIl ilSDAY, ATTirST 4. 1921.
DR. F. E. FAERIOR
OWce upstairs over Postofflce
DR. R. J. VAUGHAN
Permanently located in the Odd
Fellows building. Rooms 4 and 6.
September J, 1913.
In cumplianca with Section J8S of
Lordi Oregon Law nolle la hereby
riven that If laid warrants are not
called for and presented for payment
within elity day from July 1, 1921,
they will be cancelled, and payment
thereof will be refused.
J. A. WATERS. County Clerk.
A. D. McMURDO, M. P.
Ofllce In Patterson Drug Store
Trained Nurse Assistant
C. C. CHICK, M. D.
Trained Nurse Assistant
Office upstairs over Postofflce
WOODSON & SWEEK
Ofllce In MasonioBuilding
SAM E. VAN VACTOR
First National Bank Building
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
Office Phone, Main 643
Residence Phone, Main 665
FRANCIS A. McMENAMIN
Roberts Building, Heppner Oro
F. H. ROBINSON
ROY V. WHITEIS
Fire Insurance writer (or best 014
E. J. STARKEY
House Wiring a Specialty
E. E. MILLER
"The Old-Time Auctioneer"
He Sticks and Stays
Reasonable Rates for Bales
DR. J. PERRY CONDER.
Phone Main 02
Treatment of all diseases, isolated
wards for contagious cases.
WATERS & ANDERSON
C. C. Patterson
THE MOORE HOSPITAL
MRS. RAT MOORE, Prop,
f'atients privileged to choose their
own physicians and surgeona
Mill. li. C. AIKEN, UEPPNEsV
I am prepared to take a limited
number of maternity cases at my
home. Patlrata privileged to ehoox
their on phralrtaa.
Best of attention and car assured.
Pswyc ji -nii - " ' " -
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that Frank
01111am, administrator of the estate of
Albert Wright,' deceased, has Died his
final account In the county court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow County,
and that said Court has set as the
time and place for th final settlement
of said account, August 8, 1921, at the
hour of two o'clock P. M. In the Court
room of said County Court In Heppner,
FRANK GILLIAM, Administrator.
Date of first publication, July T, 1921.
The following Morrow County war
ans have been issued for more than
seven years, and still remain uncalled
for and In my hands in the office of
the County Clerk of Morrow County,
O. Dinwiddle, No. 2561, for IH.66,
dated September I, 1011.
Ed Driskell, No. 16S, for $1.70, dated
July 1, 1914.
Hacel Faucet, No, 179, for 13.00, dat
ed July 1, 1914.
F. C. Knlghten, No. 1497, for 11.76,
dated September I, 1911.
J. 0. Wolfe, No. 911, for 11.60, dated
NOTltK TO tHKDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that th un
dersigned, Marlon Evans, has been duly
appointed by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow County,
administrator of the estate of Frank
C. Evans, deceased, and has duly qual
ified a such administrator. All per
sons having claims against th estate
of said deceased are hereby requ'red
to present the same, with the proper
vouchers aa required by law, to the
said administrator at his bom South
of Lexington, Oregon, or at th law
oHic of Joa J. Nye, at Heppner, Ore
gon, within six months from th (late
of the first publication of this notice.
Dated and first published this llrd
day of June, 1921.
MARION EVANS. Administrator.
Ikm Bum News
(From the Morrow County Farm Bureau News.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT1 OF THE
STATE OF OHEOON FOR MORROW
C. A. MINOR, )
WILLIAM F. BAKER, and)
all other persons or par-) SIMMONS
tiea unknown, claiming)
any right, title, interest)
or estate In the real prop-)
erty described herein, )
To William F. Baker, and all other
persona or parties unknown calming
riny rtKht, title, interest or estate In
the real property described herein. De
fondants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint Died against you In the
above entitled suit within six weeks
from the date of first publication of
this summons, if published, or within
six weeks from the date, of service of
this summons upon you If served per
sonally without the State of Oregon,
and if you fall to so appear and answer
th plaintiff will apply to th Court
for th relief prayed for In his com
plaint, to-wlt: For a decree of th
Court that th plaintiff la th owner In
fee-simple of the following described
land In Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, to-wlt: The Southeast quarter of
th Northeast quarter of Section 21, In
Township 4 South, Range 27, E. W. M,
and that the defendants have no right,
title, interest or estate In said land or
any part thereof, and that the plain
tiffs title he forever quieted against th
defendants, and each of them, and all
persons claiming by, through or under
them or any of them.
WOODSON ec SWEEK.
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
Date of first publication, July 21, 1921
Date of last publication, Sept 1, 1921.
NOW HANDLING WHEAT
Twenty-one hundred farmers hav
signed the association contract and will
turn over to the association aome flv
million bushels of wheat this harvest
Approximately 800 of these men ar
from the Willamette valley."
At the recent election of th board
of dirertors A. R. Shumway of Milton
was again chosen president and he, to
gether with C. A. Harth of The Dalles,
and V. H .Smith of Wasco, constitute
the executive committee.
th state of Oregon tha was suffering
more four years ago from mixed wheat
than Morrow county. Today we hav
three hundred thousand bushels of
clean certified seed In the county. There
are other fields which were no doubt
passed up because we were unle to
visit all the fields in the county. How
ever, unless you really know that your
field of wheat would pass for certifi
cation there is a pretty fair chance
that It was Inspected and passed up
aa we did Inspect every field along the
road as we traveled over the county.
While it Is true that we knew of some
fields which we were unable to reach
which should have had good seed. I
Forty-fold Wheat Does Well in
. In examining the fields of forty-fold
The first 1921 wheat to be handled wherethe seed had been shipped in last
was two cars of Turkey-red consigned
by Wash McKinney of Ulalock and was
year we found that It was all remark-
ibly true to type and had really taken
immediately fullowed by shipments " " '" r
from J. A. Swanaon of Blalock and O. J. ln a few caBe" where lunteer had
Cox f lone. 1920 wheat was re- creDt la
ceived from Leo Niedered of Summer-
vlllA. H It. KhintHfTer of Iistlne. Nnth-
nugel Brothers of Allcel and E. S. Kruze n'r " the count5' Btated ,hat ha "'
of Sherwood. A cash advance of ap- Ped hl 8e!d to Portland a"d hat they
proximately 70 per cent of the value of ave nlm a Brade 86 ter cent
thi. wh..t . m,i. irnme,ntelv unon ture on his forty-fold, which meant
There Is a remarkable dif
ference between this seed and the seed
which waa sown heretofore. One far-
receipt of the wheat tickets or the bill
that he had 40 per cent forty -fold and
22 per cent club, the rest variegated
The Oregon association has opened varieties This is the reason that the
dealers VI .Morrow vuumy tiawueu Miai
the farmers were losing 175,000 three
years ago because of mixed varietiea
We are rapidly getting away from
this. Not only will we get away from
the mixture but the clean, improved
seed will yield us more per acre. Mr.
NOTICE OK FINAL SETTLEMENT.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR MORROW
In the matter of the estate of C. T.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed his final account as
administrator of the estate of C. T.
Walker, deceased, In th County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Morrow
County, and that Monday the (th day
of September, 1921, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. of said day, In the coun
ty court room of th county court house
at Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, Is
the time and place set for hearing said
account, and any objections thereto,
and the settlement of said estate.
J. A. WATERS,
One of the Executors of the Es
tate of C. T. Walker, deceased.
Woodson & Sweek, Attorneys for said
Data of first publication of this no-
tic July 14, 1921.
Date of last publication, August 11,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Notice Is hereby given that A. L. Cor-
nett has been appointed by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Mor
row County as administrator of the es
tate of Sarah Gentry, deceased. All
persons having clnlms against said es
tate must present them, properly veri
fied, at the office of Woodson & Sweek
In Heppner, Oregon, attorneys for the
administrator, within six months from
the date of first publication hereof.
Date of first publication. July 28, 1921.
A. L. CORNETT, Administrator.
FOR SALE 20 head of mules, good
size, broke to work; one good tractor
engine. Terms to right partlea
I have for sale, or will trade In on
light used car, one Vaughn Portable
dtHg saw outfit, nearly now. THEO
DORE BECK. Eight Mile, Ore. Thone
23F1 , tf.
(lOOU I'AYIMi 111 SIVES9 FOH SALE
Uest reasons for selling. For partic
ulars, address Box 98, city. tt.
An International 10-20 Traotor
Gilliam A Blsbe on fall terms.
(JET your poultry
lupplles at Gilliam
YOli can buy alfalfa seed at Gilliam
LOST A set of twelve beveled edged
niseis on road between my home and
that of John Pleper In Ploper's canyon
on Monday, June 12th. These tools were
in a temporary holder. Return to A. Q.
Wasted A Baby Holt cemblne, 12 or
14 foot cut TROT BOOARD, Ion. Or.
WILL THADU FOR SHEEP 1 ton
truck; 1200.00 business building rent
ed, 16; 64 acres alfalfa land, unim
proved, $2800.00; note secured by mort
gage, 41600; some small notes. Any oi
all. E. P. DODD, Hermlston, Oregon.
Foil SALE Seven broke mules, three
and flv years old; on span of heavy
brood mares; one Nelson stacker hood;
on Garden City automatic feeder, good
as new. F. E. MASON, Lexington, Ore.
Good milk cows for sale.
Frank Wlnnard, Heppner.
LOST A gold brooch, with a pearl in
center, lost on streots of Heppner Mon-
dny morning. Reward If returned to
this ofllce. Adv.
FOR SALE One 8 x 10 side wall
tent; I double camp cot; each ln good
order. W. C. WOHSTELL, Lexington,
LOST A heavy plain gold ring on
lower Mnln street Monday evening.
Return to Teresa Breslln. Adv.
good as new.
-A reed baby carriage,
Cheap. Inquire this of-tf.
olllces at 207 Title and Trust Bldg., and
the Northwest Wheat Growers, Associa
ted, which is the sales 'agency of the
Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Mon
tana Grain Growers associations have
also opened a branch office In the ha.i
ihe assocaltion are Invited to call at Wagner estimated his In the field of
these offices whenever they are in forty-fold to yield five bushel, per acre
Portland more than the old seed. We think that
The Director, of the Oregon a.socia- 11 wl not a11 5"eld ,0 hl8hlv but om
tion and General Manager Jewett of ot 11 wiu Probably average one or two
th Northwest Sales agency, art bend-p buhela Per acre more.
fnir verv nttnrt In nerfartinir satisfac- i
tory arrangements for adequately flnan-' County Agent Will Check VaT-
cing tne growers as last aa ineir wneai iatrr Trials
tickets are turned over to the associa- I itJ
tion. Mr. Jewett has JUBt returned, The Farm Bureau put on last fall and
from the East where he has spent some spring unusually large number of var-
tline ln arranging for money from East- lety demonstrations to show up the dlf
ern capitalists to be u.ed ln supple- ference In yield of the different varieties
mentlng finances obtainable from the of wheat ln the different localities. The
Oregon banks and the association at new county agent C. C. Calkins, will
this time plans to advance to the grow- check up on these demonstrations and
approximately 70 per cent of the the farmers will have the advantage of
sales value of the wheat when the knowing exactly what different varlet- j
wheat tickets are turned over to the ies have done this year In every local- !
association. Where a crop mortgage Is ity.
held on the grain, the a.soclatlpn will Remember that one year's test Is not ,
apply any portion of the advance value sufficient for final Judgment These
necessary to permit the moving of th should be continued for more than an- j
grain, this payment being made directly, other year.
to the partie. holding the mortgage
where it I. so desired and arranged for.j
The association will not be in a posi
tion to handle sacks this year except!
In emergency cases. The grower will
obtain them where ever most conven-1
lent for himself. If necessary, the grow-!
er can give a "grower's order" on the
association for the payment of the sack
bill, but unless this Is demanded by
the firm handling the sacks, It will
probably be more convenient for the
grower to make the payment from his
advance money. In emergency cases,
where the grower Is absolutely unabu.
to obtain his sacks at home, the asso
ciation will assist him In obtaining
Here's why CAMELS are
the quality cigarette
BECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this
one brand. Camels are as good as it's pos
sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
in mind I Everything is done to make Camels the
best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
simply for show.
Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
most perfect packing science can devise to pro
tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal
the fold and make the package air-tight But
there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no
extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.
Such things do not improve the smoke any more
than premiums or coupons. And remember you
must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.
If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
cigarette you can imagine and one entirely free
from cigaretty aftertaste,
It's Camels for you.
TURKISH 4V DOMESTIC B
R 3. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C.
This 1. the time ol j-ear when every
fnrmer Is very much Interested In the
kind of wheat that he Is going to sow
this next year. It will be advisable to
look carefully over your neighbors'
yield and let the bushels tell the tale
ss we think that is the only safe way.
The prices of a premium per bushel
are not a safe guide. One year one
will be high and the next year it will
he low. We are printing in the Farm
Rureau News of this week a list of all
the certified fields In the county. If you
are not ready yet to select be sure that
vou lay this away for future reference.
Morrow county has made an enviable
record In changing from badly mixed
eed to well standardised varieties.
There is probably no wheat county in
TRt'CKS FOR SALE.
6-ton Standard, equipped with dump
body and hoist A-l tires on all four
wheels, mechanically perfect by In-
talling sideboard, this can be made
Into a very profitable wheat hauling
214-ton Gor-SIx, lots of speed, lots of
power, will pay ror Itseir In a snort
2-ton GMC, new tires on all four
wheels, every part of this machine Is
in the very best of condition, has run
exclusively on pavement and we con
sider It to be one of the best buys
In our shop. We are backing It with
the same liberal guarantee that applies
to our new trucks. $1?50.
2-ton Federal, thoroughly overhauled
from start to finish all standard units.
such as continental motor, Brown
Llpe transmission and Tlmken rear
lH-ton GMC, on pneumatic tires, we
are overhauling this truck at the pre
sent time. This Is an excelle.it ma
chine for work In soft field, whore
traction Is Impossible for solid tires.
1H ton Nash, overhauled, self-starter,
electric lights and cab.. $776. i
1H ton four-wheel drive Wlnther, en
tirely overhauled. This truck has de
cided advontnge due to the fact that
:iny one wheel which can secure trac
tion has power enough to move the
truck. (1260. I
1 ton GMC, carefully overhauled
from stem to stern, all the tires are
In first clfa condition and there are
yenrs of hnrd work In this truck. tllDO.
1 ton Moreland, on solid tires, over
hauled from start to finish all standard
vnlts and a bargain nt 1775. I
! ton Republic on solid tiros, first
lass open express body, cab and wind- '
shield, in good mechanical condition, i
ton GMC, 85x6 pneumatic tires, a I
buy that will be difficult to duplicate
anywhere on tho const. $775.
ton Buick, epuipped with 35x5
pneumatic tires, tho entire machine has
been carefully overhauled and we be
lieve under priced considering Bulck
quality and prestige. $675. i
In addition to these we have a num
ber of other trucks ranging In sice
from Fords to the largest made. We
will be glad to send you our complete
list of used cars upon application, we
will also grant very liberal terms to
purchasers taking advantage of our of
fer within the next thirty days. 1
WENTWORTH ft IRWIN, Inc.,
OMC and Doane Distributors for .
Oregon, 200 Second St, Cor. Taylor, j
rortlnnd, Orogon. I
U. S. NOBBY TREAD
Where the going is specially heavy
with snow, mud or sand, in billy
country where maximum traction on
the road is a factor, no other tire treed
yet devised is quite so effective, or so
wholly approved by motoring opin
ion, as the U. S. Nobby Tread.
Its very simplicity three rows of
diagonal knobs, gripping th road
is the result of all th years of V. S.
Rubber experience with every type
of road th world over.
listened to experience,
mum theya save
111 Ii w
STOP and talk to the next man
you see with U. S. Tires on
his car. Ask him why.
Most likely you'll hear an inter
esting story about his tire experi
ments before the answer was
found. Money wasted. Promises
unkept. Trouble on the road hu
morous to every one except the
man who went through it.
Finally U. S. Tires. And U. S.
Tires ever since.
Perhaps it's the experience of U. S.
Tire buyers that, makes them more em
phatic in their preference than ever this
When these men have tried most
everything by the way of "staggering
bargains", "hurrah discounts", "discon
tinued lines at less" and so forth they
know what not to get.
They want a fresh, live tire. With a
good reputation. That's everything it says
it is. With the people behind it who
back it up.
There are 92 U. S. Factory Branches.
Your local U. S. Dealer is drawing
upon them continually to keep his stocks
sized up, complete to give you service.
Whenever he gets one or a hundred
tires from a U. S. Factory Branch, they
are newly made this season's tires.
Sold to you at a net price. Full values.
Square-dealing. A reputable maker. A
reputable dealer. The whole transaction
as befits the leadership of the oldest and
largest rubber organization in the world.
"Stop amf ttlk to thm nxf mm yea
mm with V. & Tv on fca w"
United States Tires
are Good Tires
U. S. CHAIN TREAD
U. S. NOBBY TREAD
U.S. ROYAL CORD
U.S. RED & GREY TUBES
SKK that 10-20 Titan Tractor st Oil-
Ham A Blsbe s, guaranteed to pull
three 14 Inch plows. I
Vaughn & Goodman
E. R. Lundell