THE GAZETTE-TIMES, IlEPPXER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 2.1, 1022. PAGE THREE PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. T. F. FARRIOR DENTIST Office upstairs over Postoffice Heppner, Oregon DRS. GROVE & VAUGHAN IJEXTISTS Permanently located in the Odd Fellows Building, Rooms 4 and 5. Heppner, Oregon A. D. McMURDO, M. D. PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office in Patterson Drug Store Tralard Nunc Aulalut Heppner, Oregon C .C .CHICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN 4k SUHGEON Office upstairs over Postoffice Trla4 Nome Aulitllt Heppner, Oregon WOODSON & SWEEK ATTOKNF.YS-AT-LAW Office in Masonic Building Heppner, Oregon SAME. VANVACTOR ATTOHNKV-AT-I.AW First National Bank Building Heppner, Oregon S. E. NOTSON ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW Offce in Court House. Heppner, Oregon Office I'hone, Main 643 Realdence Phone, Main 66 FRANCIS A McMENAMIN I.AWYKH Gilman Building, Heppner, Ore, F. H. ROBINSON LAWYER IONE, OUEOON ROY V. WHITEIS Fire Insurance writer for best Old Line Companies. Heppner, Oregon E. J. STARKEY ELECTRICIAN HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY Heppner, Oregon Pkoac N72 HEPPNER SANITARIUM i UK. J. PKHHY CONDKIl Physlclan-ln-Charge Treatment of all diseases. Isolated wards for contagious diseases. FIRE INSURANCE WATERS & ANDERSON fturcraftoMi to C, C. liOri.cm Heppner, Oregon s THIr MOORE HOSPITAL Kntlre New Kqulpmrnt. . Lame MfHtrrn fturjcrry 1)11. V. V. ( I1K K, M. I). Physician and Hingeon I'hone Mnln 5:13 . ' MATERNITY HOME mks. u, c. aikkn, ici:.i'm:u I am prparfid to tnke a limited numbur of maternity en boh at my home, I'ullrnla prlvllcfreil to rhouiie tliHr own ihrnl'lim. Best of attention and care assured. Phone 31X1 BEAMER & WILLIAMS DRAY AND TRANSFER Phone Main 872 Heppner - Oregon LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that unflor and by virtue of a writ of execution and order of sale Issued out of the Ctroult Court of the State of Oregon for Mor row County, upon a Judgment and de cree rendered In said Court on the 4th day of February, 1922, In favor of B. Jay Merrill and against Ouy Chapln and Annie B. Chapln, for the sum of Thlr toon Hundred Eighty Four and no one hundredth Dollars with Interest there on at the rate of eight per cent per an num from the 4th day of February, 1922 and One Hundred and oFrty Dol lars attorneys' fee and the further sum of Thirty-one and 60-100 Dollars costs and disbursements, and for aoorulng costs, to me directed and delivered, I George McDuffee, Sheriff of Morrow County, State of Oregon, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In hand on the 18th day of March, 1922, at the Court House door In Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, at the hour of 11 o'clock, a. m. of said day, all the right, title and Interest of said Ouy Chapln and Annie B. Chapln In and to the following described real property, to-wlt: Southeast quarter of Southeast Quar ter and the Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section Xfi; the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 16; the East half of the Northeast quarter of Section 15, all In Township S South, Range 15 East of the Willamette Meridian. Also the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Paction 10; the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter and the East half of the Northeast quarter of Section II, all In Township I South. Range 28, East of the Willamette Mer idian, together with the tenemental her editaments and appurtenances thereun to belonging, and situated In Morrow County, State of Oregon. Dated at Heppner, Oregon, February 15, 1922. GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. Date of first publication, Feb. If 1922. Date of last publication. Mar. II, 1921. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE Of OREUON FOR MORROW COUNTY. Morrow County, Oregon, A Public Corporation, Plaintiff. . John J. Given, G. W. Grey, Jesse H. Pierce, J. D. Jenkins, A. B. Moses, The Parvin Company, a corporation, George E. Quiggle, A. A. Tillman, Max Ragley, Frank Hanford, Harris 11 Pease, E. A. Wlckline, M. Llnebaugh, C. Llne baugh, H. W. Crees. C. Ray Beckley, Clarence E. Deal, Geo. W. Lewis. Arvid Haryu, Ellen Mc Arthur, Ruth B. Hodge, Frances Cantwell, L. D. Hale, Ina Hale, O. D. Forbes, H. M. Blake, J. A. Harbke, Mary E. Rog ers, E. L. Thomas, Chas. H. Rogers, Jacob J. Nlc kle, H. D. Winter, Iva G. Sellwood, and M, B. Evans, and any other person or persons own ing or claiming to own, or having or claiming to have any interest or es tate In or to the real property hereinafter de scribed, Defendants. no, me. APPHCA. TION FOR JUDGMENT FORE CLOSING TAX LIENS. UW SUMMONS AND NOTICE. To John J. Glvens, Q. W. Grey, Jesse R. Pierce, J. D. Jenkins, A. B. Moses, The Parvin Company, a corporation, George E. Quiggle, A. A. Tillman, Max Ragley, Frank Hanford, Harris M Pease, E, A. Wlckline, M. Llnebaugh, C. Llnebaugh. H. W. Crees, C. Ray Beck ley, Geo. W. Lewis, Arvid Haryu, Ellen McArthur. Ruth S. Hodge, L. D. Hale, Ina Hale. O. D. Forbes, J. A. Harbke, Mary E. Rogers, E. L. Thomas, Chas. H. Rogers, Jacob J. Nlckle, H. D. Winters. Iva O. Sellwood. and M. B. Evans, and any other person or persons owning or claiming to own, or having or claiming t-i have, any interest or estate In or to Ihe real property hereinafter described, Defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You and each of you are hereby notified that the above named Plaintiff, a Public Corporation, is the purchaser, owner and holder of certi ficates of delinquency numbered 964, 965, 966, 967, 968, 969, 970. 972, 97J. 9"5, 976, 984, 986, 987, 989. 993, 996, 1002, liiOJ, 1004, 1006, 1006, 1007, and 1008, Is sued on the 16th day of May, 1920, by the Sheriff and Collector of Delinquent Taxes for Morrw County, Oregon, and fllid by said Sheriff and Collector of Delinquent Taxes in the office of the County Clerk of Morrow County, Ore gon, on the 15th day of May, 1920, for taxes due and delinquent, together with penalty, interest and costs thereon, up on real property situate in Morrow County, Oregon. You are further notified that the am ount for which said certificate Is issued is set opposite and following the des cription of the tract or parcel of land hereinafter set out, the same being the amount then due and delinquent, for the taxes for the year 1915, together with penalty, Interest and costs there on, upon real property situate In Mor row County, Oregon, and particularly bounded and described a hereinafter set forth: said tract or parcel of land, being assessed for the year 1916 to the person whose name first Immediately precedes the description thereof, and Is followed by the name of the person ap- rearing to be the owner thereof, as appears on the tax roll of Morrow , County, Oregon, now In the hands of the Sheriff of said County for collection, at the date of the first publication of this summons and notice, which date 1 the 9th day of March, 1922. certificate No. 964, John J. Given and John J. Glvens, East half of East half of Northeast quarter of North west quarter of Section 17, Tp. I N., R. 24 East of Willamette Merid ian 11.20 Certificate No. 965, G. W. Grey and Jesse R. Pierce, West half of North east quarter of Southwest quarter of Northwest quarter of Section 17, Tp. 3 N., R. 24 East of Willamette Meridian $0.70 Certificate No. 966, J. L. Jenkins and J. D. Jenkins, NW14 NW14 NE14, EH SW14 NW14 NEK, WVj BE NW(4 NE, NWK SW14 NW!, Section 17, Tp. I N., R. 24 Eat of Willamette Meridian 3.10 Certificate No. 967, A. B, Moses and A. H. Moses, 8V SWK NW14, WH SE4 8WH NWK, Btt EH NW14 NWK, WVi NEi NEK NWK, WK NEK NWK. Section 17, Tp. 9 N., R. 24 East of Willamette Meridlan....t5.00 Certificate No. 968, The Parvin Com pany, a corporation, and The Parvin Company, a corporation. South half of Northeast quarter of Section 16, Tp. 8 N R. 26 East of Willamette Meridian (4.80 Certificate No, 969, George E. Quiggle and George E. Quiggle, SVj BEK NWK. Section 16. Tp. I N., R, 26 East of Willamette Meridian 11.25 Certificate No. 970, A. A. Tillman and A. A. Tillman, NW14 NWK. Section 29, Tp. 4 N., R. 24 East of Willam ette Meridian 12,50 Certificate No. 972, Max Ragley, and Frank Hanford and Harris M. Pease, WV 815(4 BE 14 and NWK NEK SEK except east two acres thereof, Section 17, Tp. I N., R. 24 East of Willamette Meridian 3.06 Certificate No. 978, E. A. Wlckline and E. A. Wlckline, WW WW SWK SEK and WK SWK NWK SEK, Section 17, Tp. S N., R, 24 East of Willamette Meridian . 11.70 Certificate No. 975, M. Llnebaugh and C. Llnebaugh, and M. Llnebaugh and C. Llnebaugh, NEK and EVi EK NWK. Section 16, Tp. 4 N.. R. 27 East of Willamette Meridian $12.16 Certificate No. 176, H. W. Crees and C. Ray Beckloy, Lots 1 and 2, Block 7 East (in Section 19, Tp. S N R. 87 East of Willamette Meridian)....$1.96 Certificate No. 984, Geo. W. Lewi and Geo. W Lewis, NWK SWK and EVi . BWK, Section 19, and NEK NWK, Section 30, To. 8.. R. 26 East of Willamette Meridian $16 29 Certificate No. 986. Arvid Haryu and . Arvid Haryu. SEK. Section 83, Tp. S.. K. 27 East of Willamette Mer idian I21I0 Certificate No. 987. Ellen McArthur and Ruth S. Hodge, 8K NWK and NK SWK. Section 86, Tp. f P.. R. 25 East of Willamette Meridian $21.70 Certificate No. 989, L. D. Hale and Ina Hale, and L. D. Hale and Ina Hale, Lota 1 to II Inclusive, Block 1. City of lone, Oregon $1.95, Certificate No. $9. O. D. Forbes and O. D. Forbes. Lot I, Block 1, ClufTs Second Addition to the Town of lone. Oregon $80.10 Certificate No. 995, J. A. Harbke and J. A Harbke, Lot 2, Block 1, of Cluirs Fourth Adltton to the Town of lone, Oregon $2.10 Certificate No. 1002. Mary E. Roger and C Ray Beckley, Lots 1 to I In clusive. Block 1, Castle Rock, Ore gon $0.90 Certificate No. 1003, E. L. Thomas and E. L. Thomas. Lots T and I. Block X, and Lots 1 and 2, Block I, Castle Rock, tOregon $1.10 Certificate No. 1004, Chas. H. Rogers and C. Ray Beckley, Lots I and 4, Block 2. Castle Rock, Oregon $0.90 Certificate No. 1005, Jacob J. Nlckle and Jacob J. Nlckle, Lots 1 and 2. Block I, and Lots I and 4, Block 6, Castle Rock, Oregon $1.10 Certificate No. 1006, H. D. Winters and H. D. Winters. Lots I, 4 and 6, Block I, Castle Rock, Oregon $1.00 Certificate No. 1007, Iva G. Sellwood and Iva G. Sellwood, Lots 1 and 2, Block 4, Castle Rock, Oregon $0.90 Certificate No. 1008, M. B. Evans and M. B. Evans, Lots 1 and 2, Block 5, Castle Rock, Oregon $0.90 The said amounts bear interest as follows: The Taxes aforesaid bear in terest from the date of the filing of said certificates of delinquency, respec tively, at the rate of 12 per cent per an num, until paid, the date of filing of said certificates of delinquency being the 15th day of May, 1920. And you and each of you are hereby summoned" to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, exclusive of the day of first publication thereof, to-wit: March 9, 1922, and defend the suit In the Court aforesaid, or pay the amount due as shown above against the said tracts or parcels of land, respectively, above described, of which you are the owner, or in which you have, or claim to have, any Interest or estate, together with Interest and costs accrued In this suit thereon. Service of a copy of your answer or other process may be made upon the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, at the place specified below as hi address, and In case of your fail ure so to do, Judgment and decree Willi be entered against you and each of you, foreclosing said tax liens for the amount set opposite and following the description of said tract or parcel of land above set forth, together with In terest and costs thereon, against said tracts or parcels of land and laid tract or parcels of land will be sold to satisfy said Judgment and decree obtained in this suit You are hereby further notified that the plaintiff will apply to the Circuit Court aforesaid for Judgment and de cree foreclosing said tax liens against said property, hereinbefore described. This summons is published once each week for sixty consecutive days In the Gazette-Times, a newspaper of general circulation In Morrow County, Oregon, published weekly at Heppner In said County, the date of f,rt publication, thereof being March I, 1922, said pub lication being made In pursuance of an order therefor made by the Honorable Gilbert W. Phelps, Judge of the Clr-1 cult Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, said order having been made and entered on the 14th day of February, 1922. COUNTY OF MORROW, STATE OF OREGON. By Samuel E. Notson, District Attorney, for Morrow County, Oregon and At torney for Plaintiff; whose address Is Heppner, Oregon. M-ll. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned administrator of the estate of Sarah Gentry deceased has filed In the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Morrow County, his final ac count of his administration of said es tate, and that Saturday the 18th day of March, 1922, at the hour of 10 o' clock a. m. at the Court House in Hepp ner, Oregon, has been fixed as the time and place for the settlement of said final account Al persons interested In said estate are hereby notified to appear at said time and place and make their objec tions If any they have, to said final account A. L. CORNETT, Administrator. Date of first publication, Feb. 16, 1922 Date of last publication, Mar. 18, 1922 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby given that Marlon Evans, administrator of the estate of Frank C. Evans, deceased, has filed his final account of his administration of said estate with the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County. and that said Court has fixed Monday, the 3rd day of April. 1922, at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day as the time, and the County Court room, at the Court House at Heppner, In Mor row County, Oregon, as the place for hearing objections to said final account and final settlement of said estate, and all persons having objections to said final account or to the settlement of said estate are hereby required to file the same with said court on or before the date fixed for the hearing thereof. MARION EVANS, Administrator. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE, By virtue of a foreclosure and order of sale duly Issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of Morrow, State of Oregon, dated the 23rd day of February, 1922, In a certain action In the. Circuit Court for said County and State, wherein Christina H. Cook, plain tiff, recovered judgment against Charles D. Coleman, defendant or the sum of Nine Hundred Dollars, with In terest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from the 20th day of February, 1919, and the further sum of One Hundred Dollars Attorney' fee, and the cost and disbursements taxed at Thirty-seven and 50-100 Dollars, on the 14th day of February, 1922. Notice is hereby given that I will on Saturday, the 26th day of March, 1922, at 10 o'clook A, M., of said day, at the front door of the Court House In Hepp ner, Morrow County, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described property, to wit: The southwest quar ter of Section 9; the northeast quarter of section 17: the northwest quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter and the west half of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of sec tion 18 all In Township 6 south, range 25 E. W. M. being the real property mortgaged by defendant to plaintiff to secure payment of the foregoing Judg ment and ordered aold by the court to atlsfy same. Taken and levied upon as the property of the said Charles D. Coleman or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the said Judgment in favor of Christina H. Cook, plaintiff, and against said Charles D. Coleman, defendant, together will all costs and disbursements that have or may accrue. GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff. Dated at Heppner, Oregon, February 23, 1922. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned administratrix of the estate of Martha M. Simons deceased, has fil ed in the County Court of the Stat of Oregon for Morrow County, her final account as said administratrix, and that Monday, March 20, 1922, at ths hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at ths Court House In Heppner, Oregon, has been fixed as the time and place for the settlement of said final account. All persons Interested ed in the said eetate are hereby notified to appear at said time and place and make their objections, If any they have, to the said final account FLORENCE BENNETT, Administratrix. Date of first publication, Feb. 18, 1922. Data of last publication. Mar. II, 1922. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a foreclosure and order of sale duly Issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, dated the 16th day of March, 1922, in a certain suit In the Circuit Court for said County and State, wherein Thomas GI1L plaintiff, recovered Judgment against Edward Doherty for the sum of Two Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty Two and 40-100 Dollars; the further sum of $250.00 at torneys' fees and costs and disburse ments taxed and allowed at $32.00 on the third day of March, 1922. Notice is hereby given that I will on Saturday, the 22nd day of April, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in Hepp ner, Morrow County, State of Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash In hand, the following described real property, to-wit: The East half of the Northwest quar ter and the East half of the Southweet quarter of Section 8; lots three and four and the South half of the North west quarter and the Southwest quar ter of Section 5, all in Township Two (2) South. Range Twenty-nine (29) East of the Willamette Marldian. in Morrow County, State of Oregon, being the real property mortgaged to the plaintiff by the defendant to secure the payment of the foregoing Judgment and ordered by the Court to be sold to satisfy the same. Taken and levied up on as the property of Edward Doherty, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy the said Judgment to gether with all costs and disburse ments that have or may accrue. GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff. Date of first publication March 23, 1922. BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF ORGEON In the matter of prescribing ) and fixing standards for ) hay and the promulgation ) of rules and regulations ) G F 6 concerning the handling, ) weighing, Inspecting and ) storage thereof. ) NOTICE To all interested parties: PleaBe take notice that pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 333 of the General Laws of Oregon for the year 1917, public hearings will be held for the purpose of establishing standard grades for hay and the promulgation of rules and regulations MnCernrag the handling, weighing, Inspecting and storage thereof at the following times and places, to-wlt: April 4, 1922, at 252 Court House, Portland, Oregon, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. April 6, 1922, at the County Court House, Pendleton, Oregon, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A M. All Interested parties are urged to be present and give such testimony or ad vance such information as may be deemed pertinent to the inquiry Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 11th day of March, 1922. By order of the Commission, WM. P. ELLIS, Secretary. For Commissioner. I hereoy announce myself as a candidate for the nomination to the office of County Commissioner, sub ject to the will of the Republicans of Morrow County, to be expressed at ihe Primaries in May, 1922. G. A. Bleakman, Hardman, Ore. Paid Advertisement. For Representative. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination to the office of joint representative for Morrow and Umatila counties in the Oregon Legislature, subject to the will of the Republicans of the two counties, to be expressed at the Pri maries in May, 1 922. J. Perry Conder, Heppner, Ore. Paid Advertisement. For Representative. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Joint Rep resentative of Umatilla and Morrow counties, on the Republican ticket. If elected I promise to faithfully and honestly perform the duties of the office, working at all time for the best interests of the people of this district and the state of Oregon. E. M. Hulden. Paid Advertisement. For Joint Representative. I hereby announce my candidacy on the Republican ticket for Joint Representative of the District of Mor row and Umatilla Counties in the May primaries. I have lived in Uma tilla county 24 years and own prop erty in both counties. I was a mem ber of the 1919, or War Sesson, and the specal session of 1920 of the Ore gon Legislature and otherwise have devoted much time to public matters I have no platform, except to offer the best judgment I have and to pur sue a conservative and economic course. I believe in applying strict business methods to public matters. When we can pay for public develop ment we should have betterments, but when taxes grow burdensome we must be content with the old ways un til we can do better. Just now taxes must be trimmed wherever possible and no new appropriations made; ) ! I Political Announcements j Dog Kent Busv On Dave Anderson's chick en rancn near retaiuma, Calif., is an Airedale terrier named Pride, that has Deen trained by Gladys Kenny to gather eggs. Pride carries one egg at a time and aver- ages more man a ouckcuui eacn aay, seiuora uicaiuug wiwuwwuros and the pressing need of the farmer and stockman must be the main issue in law making and in the sphere of public influence. E. P. Dodd, Hermiston, Ore. Paid Advertisement. For County Commissioner. After being urged by citizens and taxpayers in all parts of the county to anounce myself as a candidate for the nomination for County Cmmis sioner, I have decided to do so and will be a candidate for such nomina tion on the Democratic ticket at the coining primaries. I have been a taxpayer here since before Morrow county was organized. I have no platform to announce nor promises tc make only that, if elected, I will endeavor to serve the people of the county to the best of my ability. R. L. Benge. Paid Advertisement. WANTED Small house with bath. Advance monthly payments guaranteed. Inquire this office. 2t. FOR SALE Good .seed spring rye; also some bluestem seed wheat. Phone 22F24. 3tp. WHY Home Trade Falls Off IT ALWAYS SLUMPS WHEN BUSINESS IS UNBUSINESSLIKE. Most business men have this failing they are swept off their feet when business booms. We hit prosperity. Then starts the trouble. Every body buys everything in sight and the merchants are caught in their own trap. They start advertis ing to beat the band. A riot of selling follows, the merchants OVEU ADVERTISE and OVERSELL THE MARKET. Demand for goods keeps up and then comes the trip to the bank to borrow for ex pansion. Then whatf Shortage and rising prices a riot of buying before prices tilt to the top and a wild spree of advertising to keep the game going. Suddenly there comes a halt. Buying slows up, and timid unbusinesslike merchants curtail adver tising and the buying halt continues. Then adver tising is stopped and business becomes stagnant. When trade needs no stimulus the merchants buy space like drunken sailors, but when trade needs a strong push, they contract If business spent one-third the money in adver tising when trade is booming and three times the money when trade is poor, business would find stability. NOW IS THE TIME TO ADVERTISE EXTENSIVELY. Don't throw chips on a blazing fire. The wood is needed when the fire is low. Advertising now means a real service to the buying public. The people want to know where and what they can buy economically. MERCHANTS GET BUSY. MAKE YOUR DRIVE NOW. Gathering Eggs fas g t , k v ' r"T. Farm Notes For Eastern Oregon I Additional advances to producers ; of wheat who are members of the , Oregon Co-operative Grain Growers have recently been mailed from the headquarters office in Portland. This additional distribution of funds has been made possible by the sales of the organization during the past few months which exceeded original ad vances. It raises the total now in the hands of members to from 65 cents to 75 cents a bushel, and am our ts in all to $326,719. In Morrow county alone more than $70,000 has been received by mem bers of the association. "The co-operative organization takes pleasure in sending out these additional funds, declared A. H ! Lea. general manager of the Oregon Co-operative Gram Growers in dis cussing the payments. "It is our in tention always to have in the hands of the members every cent returned from their wheat which can be plac ed and still leave us a safe margin 5? , w fg .c i vr Uf ,7, 1 f.e -z.iliX A iVaskM&ifc y for operations. The amount of ad vances at the present time in several localities practically equals the aver age price received by unorganized growers who sold during the low mar kets of last fall and early winter, and we still have several million bu shels of wheat in the nothwest pool to sell before a complete accounting for the year's operations can be made." Normal Summer School at Pendleton Next June Pendleton, March 20. Teachers of Eastern Oregon will be afforded the opportunity of doing work in a practice school in conjunction with the six weeks session of the summer school here this summer, according to an announcement made recently by President J. S. Landers of the State Normal school at Monmouth. The session will begin June 19 and will be concluded the latter part of July. One of the requirements which graduates of normal schools must meet in order to get a diploma is a certain amount ef directed teach ing in a practice school under the criticism of skilled instructors. Here tofore, the Pendleton school has not offered this feature, and the oppor tunity of this extra training in the normal school in their own section of the state is expected to add to the popularity of the course. W. F. Barnett, merchant and far mer of Lexington, was in Heppner a short time on Tuesday. Mr. Bar nett is of the opinion that all crops in his section are coming along very well and that there will be no necessity for re-seeding. The late ness of the spring, however, is going to crowd the fanners to get their work done in proper season. QUALITY SEED POTATOES FOR SALE. Prices f. o. b. Heppner and Lex ington: American Wonder, $3.75 per 100. Rural New Yorkers, $3.75 per 100. Earliest of All, $4.00 per 100. All first class graded seed. E. D. PAXSON, m9-3t. Box 216, Hood River, Ore. Shoe Repair Work E. N. Gonty Shoe store is now prepared to take care of all shoe repair work. There is a good man on the job. Bring your shoe troubles to Gonty. Adv.