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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1923.
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mhre frirfry fc rquin.d a tUy.
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fj:iir. ; try ntsr, a fu:i hie, north
ivirp; trey i:sn tJ-.e prtet am
our t of jroodi. j urcha?i tor t:it Wa-t
j-roMs fr rr. furm produce because
thty cot i-s to haul over pood
Good road every when rr.esn pros
perity Aid Uppiiwii etryhore.
Tmt is we have brfvme a
New -paf r Association Memkr of
the Association hich will eventually
produce Good Ko.-ui$ Every here!
on bow cor ntt official papes !
Fnrvtrw A4wrtie.tnf tipreakftatje
THE AhLKH AN I kK& ASSOCIATION
chiXrdLlo-sd Jones Says:
A LIE PKOVF3 KokfE OF TKITH.
FISHERMEN nnd rmr.ir.fr stock a.e
mm have no rr.or:oo.Y on the pen
tie Art of lying. Murk Twain insisted
that lyirip if an inherited habit with
a.! of u. He toil us that when he
wan very young he discovered thAt if
a pin stuck into him. his anpui-h was
apneaed by the pre sen tAt ion of an
orange, so he toid his hr?t !ie by
crj'ir.g when the pin didn't prick.
The difference between hi.-tory And
fiction is: ore is true; the other isIfc.
The pc-neroug liar is honored if his
liea A.'&umc the form of art. Make
a business of romancir.p and the
worid wiii ike you. On.y when you
attempt to pawn off your falsehood
for truth, does the wor:d mistrust
He who tells a hundred lies to one
truth carries the weapon that can in
jure. The g ib torpue is the f:b ton
gue. Looe talk always lies. Truth
is alwAy rivet tight. Truth is pre
Falsehood need? a handle of truth
to be effective. A duil b.ade deceive?
no one. T.ace it within a good har.d.e
And you nave made a kr.iie that lies.
The Iits that harm are the ghosts
of truths the masks of faces we have
leatred to trust. But he who lies for
seiious effect assumes no small con
tract for he ir.u.t invei.t forty more
to fortify one.
The iiar is io.-t when found. As soon
a he is discovered he's about as ef
fective as a two-foot puir.p in a fifty
The liar's worst enemy is himself.
He's like a snort wick in a long iamp.
He soon runs out of the oil of repu
tation. Friendship fai'.? when bunt on a
foundation of fa.sehood.
A iie bo,d,y told may have the ef
fect of truth for the instant, but it
lacks the rce:al which endures.
tying is the strongest acknowledge
ment of the force of truth, because,
iihe the counterfeit coin, it is worth
less uniess it can pass for truth.
THE GAZETTE-TIMES ha3 accepted
a Newspaper Association Member-
amp ni me ,ai.iui;a: nignways Asso
ciation (Washington, D. C. I, with
which are aSLiated two hundred and
two road a?socia:ions and organiza
tions. It stands, no; for any particu
lar road, but for Good Pkoads Every
where, through the establishment of
The "Map Device" at the head of
the "National Highways News' col
umn expresses our interest in roads,
your interest in roads. It is the
symbol of an Association which for
twelve years has worked faithfully
and hard for the dissemination of
road information, which has publish
ed thousands of maps, and millions
of pamphiets, in the interest of good
reads, and which believes that the
future civilization of this great coun
try will go forward a$ fast and no
faster than we develop our systems
The motor and motor truck have
come to stay. The farmer of twenty
years ago on an isolated mud-wailow.
miscaiied a road, who today lives
4 - urn
By ROSS FARQUHAR.
FRIDAY F made a brake tonite
wich wood of costcd him dear if ma
had of r?r. present to hear it. Witch
is a looath remark to
j n-.uke Because it ma
Jfi - olKieni uttered
v $ such a saying in her
awA i pnents. We met Jakes
'tj r nd ast him where
r- t was he a going to and
. 1 he replyed And sed he
was going down town
1 .r to get sumthing for
- r.is wife and then pa
1 up ar.d says Well do
you think you will be
V t able to get much for
Vi her. And they both
f ;...t . i l ,:i
I fci Saturday la and ma
was a tAw king about
very smart man
was travelling ail
over the wir'.d and he carried his
typertier where ever he went to. Well
Aii I go: to say is this. That if he
had of ben as smart as fokes let on
he wood of iet her walk part of the
Sunday This afternoon a cupple of
us was over to Janes house to call on
she and her cuzzen witch is visiting
her. and 1 herd her ma tell her pa
to for.e for sum ice Cream and cake,
and then Jane ast me what shud she
put on the fonograff and 1 sed O put
on ennything appropriate so she put
on Home sweet home. And we all
grinned and looks at each another
men we dissided to go home & just
then we seen the ice cream man de
liver the cream. And we went on
Monday Mrs. Gillem was tawking
about sum poor kids in New york
witch diddent get much to eat. Why
she sed tnese poor yuman childern
gets lessen a animal to eat, but Jake
sed she was rong there. He sed how
wood you like to be a poor little Moth
and get notning to eat only hoies.
Tuesday B.isters has got a new
dog and I sed to him what was his
name and he sed he was going to call
him Delay. I sed Hows cum you call
him that and he sed because he red
in histry that Deiay is dangerous and
so is that dog.
Weniday i may be dum but Pug
Stevens takes the meddie when he
thot a Idiom was a yung Idiot,
STATE MARKET BUNK.
THIS newspaper has published reg
ularly the weekly bulletins of C. E.
Spence, the state market agent, when
ever they were worth publishing
and some times when they were not.
But our readers must have noted that
most of the ''bui.etins" were rehash
of the same old stulf that Spence has
been spouting for years. Aside from
his advocacy of co-operation. It is
doubtiui if he has made a single con
structive move as state market agent
and it is still more doubtful that
he ever will. Ten years or more he
has been urging the same old plati
tudes upon his hearers yet condi
tions are worse than ever. Public of
fice confers neither political nor eco
nomic wisdom, yet that is the very
thing that much of the public and
some of the press seem to believe the
state market agent has nothing else
but." Ail his political remedies of the
past and most of his economic nos-
It wvma, the nuMem Ulea of hartu' a
'g'l tini" ia, to o aa fur a poiwtMe
wher ti.Mhin la a crttm. . . . The folk
that Uve on pleasure in thwe hurry
akiirry day a. sets th limit in a measure,
by th racket they nn raiw. . . . Tbvy'U
endow a midnight orgy in tome easy
goin' ajHt. where virtue sheds her g?ar
ment and where decency' forgot. and,
they'll flush th aortal wer from a fount
of limpid slime next day they'll dream
about it ha havln a good t ne!
But the limousine turns turtle as she
leods around the curve for the hootch
will play the devil with an over loaded
ne.ve. The gun that's never loaded plugs
a fair one in the cheek, and the add
hottla dallies with a zxard every week.
... I hate to read about It, bnt it's
printed every placelike a hard, acoosin
mirror it U glarin in my face e.nd, it's
hard to comprehend it, now the human
form suMlm can melt away to nothln
simply ha Tin' a good time I
trums of the present have accomplish
ed nothing for the farmer. His whole
career makes it improbable that any
new constructive market suggestion
will ever come from the state market
agent's office while Spence carries the
key. While we do not wish to deny
any of our readers any thing com
forting they may derive from the
state market agent's bulletin, we wish
to point out that these bulletins (with
few speeches thrown in) come rather
high at $3000 a year. Most any news
paper man would write the stuff at
$2 or $3 a column. It's state market
bunk! Condon Globe-Times.
WHERE PRESIDENT WANTS YOUR HELP
A ' -;
I'nwIU'Dt m4McV'i prouipt ap-l to it American pwlt to Mp
rrlli'Vf Hie dintreM In Jan. following the unprea-dMitpd farthqnake
tli.Tf, Kt-pt. l a, w the ke)Dol for an out)ourlnK of world n.vmpath.v
ami lii'lpfuliiMMi, The V. 8. Army ud Niv In the Far Kat cooperated
ltli Hie .National Hed Croaa and lu leu than twelve houra were ninh
lnii all available aupplles to the arenea of dlaaater. Other world powera
also tiil.kl,v atarted relief aetlvltlea.
The Tri'sldeiit recjueata that all contribution be aent direct to the
Chairman of the National Kil C'roaa. at Wahlnitton, for trHiiamlasloii
In Jiin It ! retailed that Japan rontrlhuted HoU to the eople
of fan KraurlM-o at the time of the earthquake and fire there.
I'piH-r picture ahima aoene of terror and coufuaion III Toklo In 1121.
following a (juake not one-tenth aa aerere a that which reulled In
i he piiwiit dlaaaier. lxiwer: Ttra sea wall at l'okubauia, which city with
'!4io. w aa virtually deatroyvd.
For the In-between
I serge, jersey, rr
Chine, or silk i
t 3 "AHESE dresses. m:ii1pnf
are very effective. Visit our
piece-goods counter to-day and
choose the materials you like
best. But before you do this,
buy your pattern at our But
terick Pattern counter and find
out how much, or rather, how
little material you need. The
Dehor enclosed u iih our pat
tern w ill show on ho w to make
your dress from start to finish.
. the Del tor
A M ri
uesign v iiXr..x
4691 The De
tor shows youwith
pictures the cor
rect way to plait
this skirt. The
entire dress in size
36 requires only
3 yds. of 40
li Hi .:
sey, soft serge,
nool crepe and
soft tivills are
among the mate
ed on the Butte
rick envelope for
this dress pattern.
Visit our Piece
Minor & Co.
IT CAN BE DONE
Hams, 30c Breakfast Bacon 25c
Lard 75c and $ 1. 50 for 5 & 10 lbs.
Prices on Fresh Meats in Proportion.
SMALL PROFITS AND LOST OF 'EM
G. B. SWAGGART
YOUR PATRONAGE WE SOLICIT
. Fir& Cutting
BROWN & LOWRY
Come 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 Ore
gon. And when you have
inspected the front,
come back and take a
look at our sanitary
You will be able to
get quick service at
our lunch counter.
ED. CIIINN, Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE OF CAPITAL
Notice ia hereby given that by or
der of the board of directors of the
Farmers and Stockgrowers National
Bark, we the undersigned, will on
Monday, the first day of October,
1923, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, at the office
of The Farmers and Stockgrowers Na
tional Bank, in the city of Heppner,
Oregon, sell either at private sale or
public auction for the highest and
best bid offered therefor, certificate
Numbered Seven (7) for Twenty-five
(25) shares at $100.00 per share of
the Capital Stock of The Farmers and
Stockgrowers National Bank, issued
to S. W. Spencer, on the 11th day of
June, A. D. 1917.
Dated this 30th day of August, 1923.
By J. W. BEYMER, President.
By EMMETT COCHRAN,
By J. G. THOMSON.
1 Yes I
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR MOR
In the Matter of the Estate of S. W.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That
the undersigned, Anna Spencer, has
been duly appointed by the County
Court of Morrow County, Oergon, the
Administratrix of the estate of S. W.
Spencer, deceased, and has duly qual
ified for such trust.
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre
sent them to said Administratrix,
duly verified, at her residence in
Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, on
or before six months from the date of
first publication hereof.
Dated and first published this 80th
day of August, 1623.
ANNA SPENCER, Administratrix.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at La Grande, Oregon,
August 27, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that George
R. Pearson, of Lena, Oregon, who, on
March 12, 1920, made Additional
Homestead Entry, Act 12-29-18, No.
018128, for SE!4 SEK Sec. 25, T. 1
S. R. 28 E.j Lot 1 See. 31, Tp. 1 S. R.
29 E.; SE14 NW14, NEK SW!, Stt
SEK Sec. 33, SWK SWtt, Section 34,
Township 3 S., Range 29 E., Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make three year final Proof
to establish claim to the land above
described, before the United States
Commissioner, at Heppner, Oregon,
on the 6th day of October, 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses:
F. J. Hiatt, John Keegan. Jas. Hig-
gins, P. M. Duncan, all af Lena, Oregon.
CARL HELM, Register.
Gilliam & Bisbee s
j& Column jZ?
If a McCormack Header is your
choice, buy it now. No McCor
mack Headers manufactured
since 1922 and these will be made
no more. The Deering will take
the place of the McCormack. We
have a few McCormacks in stock
for this season.
The most economical way to
take care Of your grain hay is with
a Binder. We have both the Mc
Cormack and Deering in stock.
With such a large crop all over
the Northwest there is likely to be
a shortage of Binder Twine. Buy
it now while we have it in stock.
Superior Manilla, 650 feet to the
We have a large stock of Mc
Cormack and Deering extras, also
Mailable Chain Belting.
We try to have everything nec
essary to rig up for harvest
Oils, Greases, Doubletrees, Sin
gletrees, and a lot of other things
and what we have not got we
will get for you. Come in and
see us when in need of anything
and we will try to give you one
hundred cents worth for a dollar.
IN THE CIRCTIT COITRT Or THK
STATE OP OREGON FOR
E. P. Jarmon, Plaintiff, )
Samuel Stratton, the un )
known heirs at law of)
amuel Stratton, deeeaaed.)
Nancy Ann Stratton, the)
unknown heirs at law of)
Nancy Ann Stratton, de-)
eeaaed, Lucy M. Atwood.)
the unknown heira at)
law of Lucy H. Atwood,)
deceased, J. L. Perry.)
formerly J. L. Stanfield.)
and James Parry, her bus-)
band, R. B. Stanfield and)
Florence Stanfield, his)
wife, Emma Stanfield, a)
widow, R. L. Stanfield and)
Loretta StanAeld, his)
wife, P. H. Stanfield and)
A. Ciaco Atwood, tha un-)SUMMONS
known heirs at law of A.)
Cisco Atwood, deceased,)
C. B. Atwood, the un-)
known heira at law of C.)
B. Atwood, deceased, Da-)
vid Atwood, the unknown)
heirs at law of David At-)
wood, deceased, tha un-)
known heirs at law of)
B. C. Atwood, deeeaaed,)
Mary McCarty, and John)
McCarty, husband and)
wife, Nettie Shaw and)
Robert Shaw, husband)
and wife, also all other)
persons or parties un-)
known claiming any right,)
title, estate, lien or in-)
tereat in the real prop-)
erty described in tha)
complaint herein, )
To Samuel Stratton, tha unknown
heirs at law of Samuel Stratton, de
ceased, Nancy Ann Stratton, the un
known heirs at law of Nancy Ann
Stratton, deceased, Lucy M. Atwood,
tha unknown heirs at law of Lucy M.
Atwood, deceased, Emma Stanfield, R.
U Stanfield, Loretta Stanfield, P M.
Stanfield, A Cisco Atwood, the un
known heirs at law of A. Cisco At
wood, deceased. C. B. Atwood. the un
known heira at law of C. B. Atwood,
deceased, David Atwood, tha unknown
heirs at law of David Atwood. de
ceased, tha unknown heirs at law of
B. C Atwood, deceased, Mary Mc
Carty, John McCarty, Nettle Shaw and
Robert Shaw, also all other persons
or parties unknown, claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or interest in
the real property described in plain
tiff's complaint and herein described,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby summon
ed and required to appear and answer
the plaintiff's complaint filed against
you herein on or before six weeks
from the date of first publication of
this summons, to-wit: on or before
Saturday, the 22nd day of September,
1923, and you are hereby notified that
if you fail to so appear and answer
for want thereof, the plaintiff will
apply to the court for the relief pray
ed for in his complaint, to-wit: For
a decree of the court that tha plain
tiff is the owner in fee simple of the
following descrbed real property, to
wit: The South half of Section 28
and the Northeast quarter of Section
33 in Township 2 North Range 27
E. W. M , and that the defendants be
decreed to have no right, title or in
terest in or to said real property and
that the plaintiff's title be forever
quieted against said defendanta and
each of them and that the defendants
and all persons claiming by, through
or under them or any of them, be for
ever enjoined from asserting any
right, title or Interest in or to said
real property or any part thereof.
This summons Is served upon you
by publication in The Gaiette-Times,
a weekly newspaper of general cir
culation published at Heppner, Mor
row County, Oregon, once a week for
the period of six weeks, by order of
the Hon. William T. Campbell, Coun
ty Judge of Morrow County, State of
Oregon, made and entered on the 7th
day of August, 1923, and the date of
first publication of this summons is
August 9, 1923.
WOODSON b. SWEEK.
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
Address, Heppner, Oregon.
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
Office Upstairs Over Postofflca
Gilliam & Bisbee
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nora Assistant
C. C. CHICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN at SURGEON
Office Upstairs Over Postofflca
Trained Nurae Assistant
WOODSON & SWEEK
First National Bank Building
DR. I. PERRT CONDER
Treatment of all diseases. Isolated
warda for eontagioua diseases.
Waters & Anderson
MRS. G. C A1KIN. BEPPNKR
I am prvpcrvd to tk limited Bom
ber of maternity cm m my bom.
PatUnU pr..U(i to cmmm tholr aw
Best of ear tnl attention auareti.
E. J. STARKEY
HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
L. VAN MARTER
FIRE. AUTO AND UPK
014 Line Companies
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W
Sam Hughes Co.
Phone Main 962
The Gazette-Times Is Morrow County's Newspaper
a-"V ' I " VTaiSij
Van Vactor & Butler
First National Bank Building
THE DALLES, ORB.
S. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House
F. II. ROBINSON
We now carry Tea vacuum packed, to
keep all the flavor for you.
Try it the next time you order Tea. You
will like it and you can get it here.
Phelps Grocery Company