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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1923.
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chard Lloyd Jones Says:
Pavse and Play a Bit.
LIFK in a swrioui businens, but it
ceaftts to b a well-balanced busi
tit unles it is lightened and bricht
enrd, Fwiet?ned and purified Sy a
otesome sea so ring of mirth and
There i a vag-on-load of truth in
the old adp that all work and no
play make Jack a dull boy. It is jest
an true that all play and no work
makes Jack not only dull but worth
less. Wise men work and play.
Flay is a duty. It is the filter thru
which character is refined. Play is
(Tortrncd by the same laws that gov
ern work. Flay is the relaxation from
the concentration of work. Hence it
puts men to test in the life of Urgrr
Play is the temper test. It is fun
to win a frame. It is an art, that
only the cultivated know, to lost a
iraine and laugh at the loss, rejoicing,
sportsmanlike, that the best man won.
He who cannot lose without blam
ing everybody on his team those who
played on his side" in the game
has much to learn before he can, soldier-like,
stand shoulder to shoulder
to win or lose together for a common
good and a common cause.
Kindness and generosity have their
places on the playground. There may
be a thoughtfulness for one who is
weaker than the rest, or who is a
newcomer, or whom, for any reason.
others may neglect. There is an op
portunity to stand up for those
who are ill-used. There is a generous
sympathy for those who in any way
are Having a hard time.
There is an opportunity for honesty
and dishonesty on the playground.
One may cheat in a game no less than
in business, and can show honesty no
less. Indeed, the term "fair play"
used in regard to the most serious
affairs of life. In politics or in busi
ness of any kind, we hear it said,
such a person did not have fair
There is a great opportunity for
energy or lajtiness, presence of mind
or carelessness, to show itself on the
playground. In training the youth of
our country, we should be equally
anxious about their conduct in play
as id work.
If Oregon undertook to recall
governor, Pierce might attempt
same measures Walton did. And very
probably with the same results.
Morrow county is being blessed
with beautiful autumn weather. The
only drawback to date is a wide
spread cold epidemic.
The neit jolt for Gov. Pierce will
be the defeating of his pet income
The commercial club still sleeps.
As yet no one has been able to pre
scribe a suitable tonic. Who said
we wanted any more roads, anyhow?
Governor Pierce has
surprise or a tiisap-
ScatUwin' prsoapts day by day, aa we
flnnlr slues; oar way ; sverj Imputes, or
thought, or deed, mat a par fer aomo
lody to raad, . . . Can't b too kmrful In
every day. ... Scatterln' procspU, day
Scatterln' precepts fer joons and old;
some of rnbblah, soma, virgin gold. . . .
Matters not what yer stunt may be,
somebody, somewhere Is certain to ses. . . .
Better be mindful to watch an' pray, as
we scatter the precepts, day by day. . . .
Oodl Ef a faUer could only know how
far s thonght or a deed might rot Think
of a smile, or a heartenln' hand beaxin'
their fruits to the Bsulah Land. . . . Best
to be certain of what w sty, aa we scatter
the life-throb, day by day.
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OH. A HEARTfc I ri'
THE I a FUtT I
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percentage of the voters then Gov
ernor Pierce will gurely answer the
call of those famous calves back on
the Union county farm, provided a
reasonably strong candidate is se
cured to run against him.
He is as unpopular as it would be
possible for a governor to make him
self in so short a time, and, regard
less of the merits of the matter, his
actions have never met with the ap
proval of the voters at large.
Suppose a man of the caliber of
Hon. L L. Patters ron could be induc
ed to enter the field against the Gov
ernor. Regardless of whether or not
man approved of holding the re
call election, when he went to the
polls to choose between the two, he
would just about have to make his
X before a name beginning with P
and it wouldn't b Pierce. The Dal
TO THE great majority,
a ist rat ion of
been neither i
pointment The voters knew when he
went in at the head of the state gov
ernment that there was little proba
bility of the state receiving a capa
ble, constructive administration; that
the chances were all for a political
mess just such as has been developed
in a few short months.
Still the great majority of the vot
ers of the state are not for holding a
lecall election. They feel tnat the
recall is a weapon only to be wi?!Jed
in the most extreme cases, and they
ate milling to take their medHne if
it dots not get too bitter. A gover
nor would be given a lot of leeway
be cm the majority won d ia cr
holding this sort of an eU-ctio'..
But if a sufficient number of sis
M.Ure are secured for calling the
eVrtton and it takes only a t-mal!
By ROSS FARQUHAR.
FRIDAY Met a old frend of Pa and
ma witch spent dinner time at are
house today witch has been marryed
six times a ready and
pa says he pays alley-
money to them. I ast
pa in a joak if he had
them listed down alfa
beticly. And he just
la (fed with a smile kin
Sat. If they are one
thing that makes pa get
mad under his collar is
for sum buddy to try
and kid him or sum
thing when he is wirk
ing with the ford. To
day he was trying to
start it with the Crank
and sum kid cums
along on his bisickle
ind he ast pa Cuddent
he make it play. Luck-
ly for the kid the crank was strapped
fast or he wood of had it threw at
him with all the strength of pa's rite
arms. Then I turned the key and
the thing started all OK.
Sunday Well tomorro the melon
colic days will have came once more.
Sum times I wisht I was a poor kid
horned of honest parents so I cud
wirk in a cold mine and live in the
Slumps of a big city where you cant
go to skool on acct of not enuff mon
ey, and where you cud see the Gints
end the Pirats play on a Saterday
afterroon in a not hole in the fence,
But sum kids has got all the luck.
Monday Are liberty was extracted
away from us today. Still and all we
do have a good eel of fun. Are teech-
er says she ii glad to see us agen
this yr. that is me and Jake and Blis
ters and Pug witch stayed in her
room for review this yr. But 1 con
solashun I got Pa and ma are a go
ing to take me with them on there
vacashun trip to Tenasee because
they arent ennybuddy they ear to
leave me with them witch wood take
a chance on a he blooded red Ameri
can like Me.
Tuesday Jake Is comikal when it
cums to class wirk. Teecher ast him
to tell what he new about Ivory today
and he sed all he new was that it
floats and is a Skin you love to tutch.
Wensday -When teecher ast Alice
Macune who was the three greatest
Marrys in Histry she answered and
replyed. Mary Tudor, Mary Queen of
Scotch and Mary Crismas.
Thirsday I ast pa to help me out
by telling me a Xample of Minonity
rule. Ue gulped a cupple times and
finely sed Well I reckon it wood be
a woman with two husbends.
By REV. U. A. MATTHEWS,
D. D.. LLD.
that has ever lived. Re is or filthy
than the slimy snake. He U more
dangerous than the poisonous asp.
He is more hellish than Satan wants
him to be.
Thousands of Innocent girls and
pure women have been injured by the
tongue of the slanderer, by the words
of cowards. The gossip, the slander
er, and the bearer of filthy reports
should be banished from society,
driven from every community, and
repudiated by every virtue-loving man
and woman in the world. Away with
THOU shalt not bear false witness.
Thou shalt not lie. Thou shalt not
misepresent thy neighbor. Thou shalt
not convey slanderous gossip and
The man who whispers about his
neighbor is the most contemptible
cur on earth. He is s coward, a cur
and a villain of the deepest dye. The
man who gossips is a natural born,
constitutional liar and is meaner,
blacker and nearer the condition of
hell than any criminal about whom
he may be gossiping. No gossip
should ever be believed. A gossiping
woman is the biggest liar on God's
earth, and a gossiping man is a burn
ing torch from hell. Any one who
would believe either of them is such
an infamous fool that the board of
alienists ought to send him to the
asylum at once.
If one is compelled to speak in un
complimentary terms of another, he
should go to that individual and make
his remarks to him personally and
directly. He should never speak about
him behind his back unless he can
speak in complimentary and commen
The idle gossiper has done more to
wreck the peace and happiness of
good people and bring shame and sor
row to society than any other brute
Gilliam & Bisbee's
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CECIL ENS HEMS
W. H. Chandler of Willow creek
ranch was in Heppner delivering
some of his fine onions Wednesday.
We always considered Cecil a land
flowing with milk and honey but
what with Hynd Bros.' ranch and its
abundance of hay stacks. Minor l
Krebs and Henri ksen Bros, ranches
also thickly dotted with huge stacks
of fine hay, Mc Entire's herd of fine
Jersey cows, Duncan's Busy Bees and
Belgian hares, Chandler's chickens
and onions, etc., we ought to rename
our little town "The Land of Plenty.'
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Shaw of Butterby
Flats left on Friday with Mrs. Geo.
Henriksen of Strawberry ranch. Miss
Violet Led ford and J. C. Kelsay of
Grass Valley for Portland. They left
by auto for a shopping expedition in
the rose city.
Mrs. C, H. Crandall of Hermiston
arrived in Cecil on Sunday and will
visit at Rockcliffe with her daughter,
Mrs. N. I. Morrison for some time be
fore leaving for California for the
J. J. McEntire of Killarney spared
time to call in Cecil on Wednesday.
J. J. is increasing his Jersey herd
nd expects soon to be second to
none among the Willow creek dairy
Geo. Perry, who has been hauling
wheat from the Hazel Deal place in
Four Mile to the Cecil warehouse,
finished up his work on Monday and
returned to his home at Ewing.
C. Henriksen of Canby arrived at
Strawberry ranch during the week
and will visit his son George and also
A. Henriksen at the Moore ranch near
Heppner for a few weeks.
Leon Logan and sons Jim and Dick
are now busy as bees hauling their
father's wheat to Cecil warehouse
and looking forward to attending the
basket social at Cecil.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farnsworth and
family and Miss Si 1 vert on, teacher of
Rhea Siding school were visitors In
Heppner Saturday and Sundsy.
Halferty Bros, of Sbsdy Pell have
finished hauling wheat to Cecil ware
house and have now taken a lease of
some wheat land near Ella.
Henry Krebs and Walter Pope left
the Last Camp oa Thursday for the
McCullough ranch above Heppner for
a few days.
L. Bisbee from Gilliam k Bisbee's
hardware store of Heppner, was look
ing up his friends around Cecil on
Mr. and Mrs, Gene Nobis and party
of friends from Heppner honored
Cecil and vicinity with a visit on
L. D. May of The Dalles who is vis
iting his brother T. W. May at Lone
Star ranch, was a Cecil caller Thurs
day. Miss La Velle Leathers of Lexing
ton was visiting at the home of Mrs.
Geo. Noble at Rhea Siding on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Stender of Sel
dom seen made a trip to Hermiston
for a supply of fruit on Sunday,
Melville Logan of the Willows was
visiting at the home of Fred Buchan
an near lone on Sunday.
Miss Minnie Reis, teacher of Four
Mile school, spent the week-end with
her parents in Arlington.
Carl Troedson, one of Ione's lead
ing citizens, was doing business in
Cecil on Thursday.
FROM THE FACTORY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the tin
dersigned hare been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County, adminiB'
trators of the estate of Paul Hisler,
deceased, and all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased are hereby required to pre
sent the same with vouchers as re
quired by law, to the said administra
tor or either of them, at Heppner,
Orcpon, within six months from the
Italian Prone, None beter any
where; 4 l-4c per pound at my or
chard, any quantity. Wm. LeTrmee.
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.
A universal custom
that benefits every
body. Aids digestion,
cleanses the teeth,
Gilliam & Bisbee
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& good thing
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. CHINN, Prop.
drt of thia Sjotfrs.
Dated this 11th day of Octobor.
First publication, Oetotwr 11. 1923.
E. U GHOSH ENS,
NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION.
Drpartmrnt of ths Interior
U. 8. Land Offies st La Grands.
Ortiron, September 16, IMS.
NOTICE is hereby riven that Iva
Hiatt, of Lens, Oreron, who, on
March 8, 1920, mads Additional Homs
tead Entry (Act 12-29-18), No.
018808, for Lot t, SENWK, SE
SWU, Section 80, EUNWH, Section
31, Townahip 8 South, Ranre 29 Eaat,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make three-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before United Ststes
Commissioner, st Heppner, Oreffon,
on the 8th dsy of November, 1923.
Clsimsnt nsmes ss witneiaea:
Vrrn F. Pearson, David W. Pear
son, William Cunningham and Frank
I eery, sit of Lens, Oregon.
CARL G. HELM, Register.
DR. J. PERRY CONDBR
Treatment of sll diseases. Isolated
wards for contagious diseases.
Waters & Anderson
MRS. Q. C A1KIN. HKPPNEB
I an prepared to take linltsM. mum
bar of natcmlty tun at my feona.
Pattenta privllesfW to iheni tfclr wa
Bt of oar and attention wand.
E. J. STARKEY
HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
L. VAN MARTER
FIRE, AUTO AND LIFE
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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN
By virtue of sn execution snd order
of sals issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of ths State of Oregon
for Morrow County, dated September
22, 1923, in a certain suit in the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, wherein W. 1.
Rush, plaintiff, recovered judgment
against A. J. Spencer and Minnie
Spencer, defendants, for 8300.00 with
interest thereon st the rate of ten
per cent per annum from the 20th
day of May, 1920, for $36.00 attorney's
fees, and for the costs and disburse
ments of ssid suit, taxed snd allowed
at $36.40 and for the further sum of
$94.82 on account of taxes paid on
the mortgaged premises, and s fur
ther order that the real property
mortgaged to secure payment of said
judgment be sold aa by law provided :
Notice is hereby given that I will
on Saturday, the 27th day of October,
1923, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at the front
door of the Court House in Heppner,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, the
following described real property, sit
uated in Morrow County, Oregon, to
wit: East half of Northeast quarter,
Southwest quarter of Northeast quar
ter, and Northwest quarter of South
east quarter of Section 18, Township 6
South, Range 28 East Willamette Mer
idian, the same being the real prop
erty mortgaged by defendants to se
cure payment of raid judgment and
ordered sold by the court for that
Dated this 27th day of September,
GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given, that W. B.
Potter, Administrator of the estate
of Ann Minor, deceased, has filed with
the County Court of Morrow County,
Oregon, his Final Account as admin
istrator of said estate and that the
court has fixed Monday, the 6th day
of November, 1923, at 10 o'clock A. M
as the time, and the County Court
Room in the Court House at Heppner,
Oregon, as the place for h ear-nig said
account and any objection thereto.
Dated and published the first time,
this 4th day of October, 1023.
W. B. POTTER. Administrator.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior
U. S. LAND OFFICE st LaGrande,
Oregon, September 15, 1923.
NOTICE is hereby given that Ma
tilda E. Pearson, of Lena, Oregon,
who, on November 26, 1921, made Ad
ditional Homestead Entry (Act 12-
29-16), No. 020725, for NEV4SWK
Section 83, Township 2 South, Range
29 East, Willamette Meridian, hi
led notice of intention to make three-
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before United
States Commissioner, at Heppner,
Oregon, on the 8th day of November,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Willard French, of Gurdane, Ore
gon; Iva Hiatt, A. Cunha and H. E,
Instone, all of Lena, Oregon.
CARL G. HELM, Register.
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
Office Upstairs Over Postofllcs
A. D.McMURDO, M.D.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Asslstast
C. C. CHICK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Office Upstsirs Over Poatofflee
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First National Bank Building
Van Vactor & Butler
First National Bank Building
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Office In Court House
F. II. ROBINSON
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given by the children at school. You
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