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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1924.
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TT1K AMhklCAN I KfcSS ASSOCIATION
COl KTFV OF THE FOREST.
ACCORDING to fiirurei of th V. S.
Forrt Pn'c. ncsny ten million
reorl Tiitfd t" Nation. Forests
of the t'r.ited States Ut year, of
vMch, 1,576 000 were to the forests
of Oregon and Whinptcn. The re
port how that over exphi million of
thee people rnme in automobiles.
The Forest Sennet has been active
ly enpaped in building roads and
trails opening Bp the forested re
gions for use and for pleasure. More
and nor people are using1 these
routes of travel. Practically every
traveler brinpa fire in some form-
campfiret, matches, tobacco, cigar
ettes
Tfce number of careful campers
increases every year. More and more
people are learn in p the awful possi
bilities of fire in the woods. They
are learmnp the rules of the game,
and are playing square. But each
year there are enough people who do
not know or do not think to bring
the number of man-caused fires up
to seventy per cent or more.
Every citnen should learn care with
fire before he goes into the wood
even though it means changing the
habits of a life-time. Every forest
visitor should appreciate the privil
ege extended to him, and treat his
hostess. Dame Nature, with due con
sideration and refrain from burning
the roof over her head!
If each forest visitor were to re
lease carelessly only one spark or fire
that would mean a ten million spark
power menace. Rather should these
forest visitors enlist as a loyal force
of ten million American citizens us
ing their privileges but not abusing
them and making a united effort to
prevent forest fires.
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BUSINESS VERSVS PLEASURE,
AMONG our pleasures and excite
ments as American people is what
is called "politics." There are ele
ments of sport, gambling, specula
tion and all the chances and ups and
downs of a lottery or horse race. Pol
itics for this reason has a fascina
tion that amounts almost to a pas
sion in the minds of thousands of
good eititens. The conclusion of an
exciting race at the primaries, nom
inating conventions and elections al
ways sees a great deal of money
change hands although betting on
elections is strictly forbidden by law.
The interest of a great nation of
100,000 people, with commerce run
ning into hundreds of millions and
billions, when we add manufacturing,
transportation, agriculture, mining
and public improvements, must in the
final correct solution of problems be
come more and more a matter of bus
iness. The most serious question be
fore our country is the relation of
our government to foreign affairs, es
pecially the restoration of fairly nor
mal conditions in the late war-stricken
nations of Europe. Morally, po
litically and economically, and above
all to ourselves, we owe it to the
worid to aid in bringing this about
as soon as possible. To keep Ameri
can industries and payrolls on a
steady foundation, to see that our
farmers and producers have open ac
cess for their surplus products to
the markets of the world, will take
something more than trickery of pol
itics. It will take the application of
the best brains and the soundest bus
iness principles, which is statesman
ship far beyond party lines. We must
forego the pleasure and excitement
of old-fashioned politics and serve
Oor Country and the interests of all
humanity. Manufacturer.
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BIG CITIES NOW THE LOSERS.
A CURSORY study of the building
industry shows to what extent
the cities have been compelled to
fight the exodus of city residents to
the suburbs ar.d to the country. New
construction started daring the first
five months of 1924 for the entire
country touiltd almost 12,000,000,000.
The activity has been so great that
the momentum is bound to carry the
industry through the winter at a
FOLKS J 6E,N' there &
1 UUUU J NOTH1M. EXC(Tlry WHOSE LITTLE
TWfilTD I goi' 0N ,N &RL- are-
h UU1 ( TOWN TO-OAY YOU - AN'
LET'S TAKE A WHAT IS
T0WN
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McCullougt jp J lvn ffJA UigO.
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tf Hot Pan -cakes
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h'ph level, though it is bow quit evi
dent that building has been in excess
of the demand in the large centers of
population while there bas been com
paratively little construction in the
smaller cities, in the villages and on
the farms.
This condition has greatly stabilis
ed values in the country districts.
Indeed, much wisdom has been shown
in the careful way in which this
housing problem has been met by the
men in the country. Prior to the
great demand for city homes country
iv a 1 estate was at a tow ebb. Then
came the great pressure on the city
fo. as due to the enormous increase
n rents. The rush for the open
found the country ready for the ab
sorption without any pressing neces
sity to increase the number of homes.
The result is that country properties
have been turned from obligations in
to valuable income producing assets.
The fact that city rents are still ab
normally high insures the safety of
the country districts. In the sub
urbs of the larger centers it is an ac
cepted fact that the advance in val
ues is now established on a perman
ently higher level. Once the city man
tastes the glories of sunshine and
gets a whiff of new mown hay, the
call of the cabaret and the white
lights make little or no appeal. Coun
try life, like country newspapers
need only to be tried to be appre
ciated. s-s-s
THRIFT LN PUBLIC EDUCATION.
THE recent session of the National
Educational association at Wash
ington, D. C. emphasized the import
ance of thrift, teaching economy in
school administration and introduc
tion of universal savings systems.
Arthur H. Chamberlain, chairman
of tha National Committee on Thrift
Education, advocates courses of study
on these lines in the school systems
of our country.
General introduction of school sav
ings deposit systems, with millions
of small depositors drawing interest,
are to be introduced in the common
schools and colleges.
Progressive banking houses are
taking up this matter on practical
lines to counteract the tendency of
children learning to spend money be
Can You Tell Wool?
Do you know which fabrics give longest wear?
Do you know why retail costs are so high ?
Our little booklet gives you answers to these questions and
much other useful and interesting information for clothes buy
ers. J. B. Simpson made to measure all wool clothes come di
rect from the sheep's back to your back with the least possible
expense. 1 would like to call and give you a copy of our in
teresting booklet and at the same time show you the hundred
or more all wool fabrics which retail at $31.50 fit, satisfaction
and wear guaranteed.
The Best Virgin Wool Fabrics, per suit $31.50
Genuine All Wool Tropical Worsted
2-piece suit $21.50
Thousands of America's best dressed men wear Simpson
made to measure clothes. The fit, style, quality and wear make
them worth $50.00 of any man's money.
Sold under a positive guarantee of perfect fit and satisfaction
FRANK W. TURNER
HEPPNER, OREGON
Central
Phone 653-
We solicit your harvest
trade with low priced
and high quality meats.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
fore they hara acquired earning abil
ity.
The morality and stabilitv of char
acter, to say nothing about individual
honesty and saving habits, of the
child can be conserved by such sys
tems for the welfare and prosperity
of the individual, the family and the
nation.
S-S-S
TAXATION AND TAX-FXEMPT IN
COME REPORT.
THE Federal Trade Commission re
cently submitted to the Senate a
report on taxation and tax-exempt in
come. The report shows the amount of
tax-exempt securities now outstand
ing; estimates the amounts held by
corporations and individuals and the
taxes which might be collected from
them, if they were taxable; shows
the increase of indebtedness, national.
state and local, and the purposes for
which incurred; gives the aggregate
tax burdens, national, state and lo
cal; and considers where the heaviest
burdens lie.
The total amount of tax-exempt se-1
curities outstanding on December 31,
1922. was about $32,000,000,000 and
consisted of nearly $12,000,000,000 of
wholly tax-free and over $20,000,000,
000 of surtaxable securities. Of the
wholly tax-free obligations, $2,294.
000.000 were federal and $8,797,000,-
000 were state and local.
The general taxpayer must make up
to the government the amounts which
it loses through inability to tax the
income from these billions and future
issues of tax-exempt bonds.
S-S-S
RED RAGS AND IGNORANCE.
A RED rag is used to excite a bull.
The tariff is used to inflame the
public mind.
There is no more reason for the
public to get excited than there is for
the bull, as neither the red rag nor
the tariff are dangerous.
Ignorance is the cause of most
hardship and suffering,
A tariff to give reasonable protec
tion to home industries from unreas
onable competition is in the interest
of the workman, good wages and
steady payrolls.
Then why use it as the political
Market
red flag to inflame the public Kind
instead of considering the matter as
a business proposition?
S-S-S
UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION.
AFTER everybody is agreed that the
theory and practice of a definite
method for compensating an injured
workmen is right and proper, agita
tion is started to make this form of
insurance a "state monopoly" to the
exclusion of private insurance com
panies operating in compliance with
state laws. If the state must enter
this line of business, why not leave
it optional with an employer to in
sure with the state or with a private
company which compensates a work
man the same as the state?
S-S-S
Taking Up of Est rayed Animals.
I have taken up and now hold at my
farm, 4H miles southwest of Board
man, the following described ani
mals: one sorrel horse, branded re
versed LD on left hip, age about 8
.years weight about 750 pounds; one
brown mare, age about S years, weight
about 1000 lbs., no visible brands.
FRANK PARTLOW, Boardman. Ore.
For Sale LeRoy engine for McCor-
mick or Peering combine; good run
ning condition; price $165.00, Theo
dore Beck, Eight Mile Ore. St.
FOR RENT My 7 room house,
strictly modern, including furnace:
four rooms newly painted and paper-
UNlVfITYofOREGON
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The College of Literature, Science
and the Arts with 22 departments.
The professional schools of Archi
tecture and Allied Arts Business
Administration Education Grad
uate Study Journalism Law
Medicine Music Physical Edu
ca t ion Sac iol ogyEx ten si on
For a catalogue or any information
Wrtte The Registrar, UmVergitjf of
Oregon, Eugene. Oregon
The 49th Year Openi September 25. 1924
P AITrD TREATED AT
uUl 1 LKiiome
Simple home treatment. Send for FREE
booklet and tesitmonlals. WARNER'S
RENOWNED REMEDIES CO., 723 Se
curity Bldg. Minneapolis Minn.
A TREAT
FOR THE
FAMILY
The wife and kiddies will
enjoy a change from the
monotony of home-cooked
meals, so why not suggest
coming here for dinner ev
ery one in awhile. No wor
ry, no delays, no dishes to
wash just sit down to a de
lightful, wholesome, satisfy
ing meal, served in a way
that all will like. Moderate
prices, too.
We Serve Chinese
Noodles
ELKHORN
RESTAURANT
HEPPNER'S POPULAR
EATING HOUSE
Delicious Coffee
JfirouqA fhetearfoffl
I&ccies
Round Trip
Excursion Fares
OH tab dally to Srpt. 13
Kansas City . $72.00
St. Louis . . , 1 50
Chicago . . , 86.00
Detroit. . . . IOS.62
Cleveland . , 10S.64
Washtncton . 141i
NewYork . . 147.40
Boston. . . . 163.60
Correspond ina fares to other important
centers. Final return limit October 31,
1924. Liberal Stopover privilege, go
ing and returning.
A tide trip to Yellowstone at small ad
dltional cost.
Call on
C. DARIIKE
Agant
Heppner, Or.
WM. McMURRAY
Oeneral PaMnger Agent
Portland, Oregon
At. s
contains:
ed. Sent $25, Mrs. Ray Moor. For
information call ti CA. Minor, tf.
Remember tha BIG ALUMINUM
SALE at Peoples Hardware Company,
one day only, Saturday, July 26th.
Good Bora PastnreFine bunch-
grass, $2 per month. Address Vem
Pearson, Lena Oregon. tf.
For Rent Furnished apartment.
four rooms and bath. Mrs. A. L.
Garrett.
NOTICE TO VACATE PORTION OF
WATER STREET.
Notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 4th day of August 1924,
at the honr of 7:30 p. m. of said day
at a regular meeting of the council
of the city of Heppner Oregon, at
the Council Chambers there will be
presented to said council for hearing
a petition to vacate that portion of
Water street lying between Gate
street and the Oregon-Washington
highway in said city of Heppner, all
persons having objections to the va-
file such objections with said council
on or before the hearing thereon.
Dated this 16th day of July, 1914.
W. A. RICHARDSON, Recorder.
cation thereof are hereby required to
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Martha Wright and Frank
Gilliam, administratrix and adminis
trator, respectively of the estate of
Silas A. Wright, deceased, have filed
their final account of their adminis
tration of said estate with the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County, and that said court
haa designated aa the time and place
for the settlement of said account
July 26, 1924, at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m., in the court room of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County. AU persons having
objections to said final account must
file the same on or before July 2
1924.
MARTHA WRIGHT,
Administratrix.
FRANK GILLIAM,
Administrator.
SUMMONS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Mem Westfall, Plaintiff,
vs.
Charles Westfall, Defendant.
To Charles Westfall, defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you are hereby requir
ed to appear and answer plaintiff's
complaint filed against you in the
above entitled court on or before six
weeks from the date of the first pub
lication of this summons, to-wit: on
or before the 14th day of August,
1924, and if you fail to so appear or
answer, for want thereof, the plain
tiff will apply to the above entitled
court for the relief prayed for in
plaintiff's complaint, to-wit: That
the bonds of matrimony now and
heretofore existing between you and
the plaintiff be forever dissolved and
that the plaintiff have an absolute
divorce from you, and that plaintiff
have the care and custody of the
minor children, Wayne Westfall and
Homer Westfall, and for such other
relief as the court may deem just
and equitable.
This summons is published upon
you in the Gazette-Times, once a
week for six consecutive weeks pur
suant to an order of Hon. Gilbert
W. Phelps, Judge of the above en
titled court, which order is dated
June 28th, 1924, and the date of the
first publication of this summons is
July 3rd, 1924.
JOS. J. NYS,
Attorney for plaintiff,
Residence and postofnee address,
Heppner, Oregon.
CALL FOR BIDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Directors of School District
No. 4-39 of Gilliam and Morrow coun
ties, Oregon, will receive sealed bids
up to and including August 16, 1924,
for Bus Driver and Matron (man and
wife preferred).
Bus starts at the southern boun
dary of district, from the "Lundell
Ranch," following the Oregon-Washington
Highway to Heppner Junction,
thence to Arlington via. Columbia
River Highway, a distance of approx
imately 18 miles. Board of directors
reserve right to reject any or all bids.
MARY LUNDELL, Clerk, Dist. 4-39.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Percy Hughes, Plaintiff,)
vs. )
John Woodward and Ada)
Woodward, his wife, Fan-)
nie Woodward, Clarence)
Woodward, Chancey)
Woodward, Nancy Crank,)
John Hale, Ellas Hale,)
Loyd Hale, Angus Hale,)
Ralph Hale, Harrison)
Hale, Glenn Willlngham,)
and Laura Willlngham,)
his wife, Clarence WI1-)
lingham, Frank Hale, EI-)
la Vale, Gussie Ayers, EI-)
len Hale Duncan, and)
William Duncan, her hus-)
band, Henry Cannon,)
Mary Cannon, barrel Can-)
non, George Baker, Mil-)
ton Baker, Edward Baker,)
Ella Baker Sperry, Sylvia)SUMMON8
Baker, Mary Hale, C. S.)
Hale, Michael Hale, and)
Maude Hale, his wife, P.)
G. Hale, Clay Hale, and)
Myra Hale, his wife, Del-)
la Armitage, and Harry)
Armitage, her husband, J.)
H. Cochran, and Cynthia)
Cochran, his wife, Ida)
Grabll, and Thomas Gra-)
bil, her husband, Gny)
Hale, Caroline Cason, and)
C. L. Cason, her husband,)
Sarah Caaon and Walter)
Cason, her husband, Dan)
Hale, and Lettie Hale, his)
wife, also all other per-)
sons or parties unknown)
claiming any right, title,)
estate, Hen or interest In)
the real estate described)
In the complaint herein,)
Defendants:)
To Nancy Crank, Loyd Hale, Ralph
Hale, Fannie Woodward, Clarence
Woodward, Laura Willlngham, Ella
Vale, Gussia Ayers, Ellen Hale Dun
can, Willian Duncan, Henry Cannon,
Mary Cannon, Darrel Cannon, George
Baker, Edward Baker, Slyvla Baker,
C. 8. Hale, Michael Hale, Maude Hale,
P. G. Hale,- Clay Hale, Myra Hale,
Delia Armitage, Harry Armitage, Guy
Hale, Dan Hale and Lettie Hale, also
all other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, Hen
or Interest In the real estate de
scribed In the complaint herein, De
fendants) IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
LEGAL NOTICES
OREGON, yon and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
plaintiff's complaint tiled against you
in the above entitled court on or be
fore six weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons, to-
it: on or before the 28th day of
August 1924, and if you fail to so
appear or answer for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the above
entitled court for the relief prayed
for in his complaint, to-wlt: That
the plaintiff be adjudged and decreed
to be the owner in fee simple of Lot
S in Block 1 in Morrow's Second Ad
dition to the City of Heppner, Mor
row County, Oregon and that you
and each of you be forever barred
from all right, title and interest
therein, and for such other and fur
ther relief as may be just and equit
able. This summons Is published upon
you in The Gazette-Times once a
week for six consecutive weeks pur
suant to an order of Hon. Wm, T.
Campbell, Judge of the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, which order is dated July
16th, 1924, and the date of the first
publication of this summons is July
17th, 1924.
JOS. J. NYS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and postofnee address
Heppner Oregon.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP
ERTY ON EXECUTION.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution and
order of sale duly issued out of, and
under the seal of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County on the 25th day of June, 1924,
upon a certain judgment and decree
entered and rendered in said court
on the 23rd day of June, 1924, ini a
certain suit in said court wherein
W. Y. Ball, plaintiff, recovered judg
ment against T. II. Williams, and
Corda Williams, his wife, defendants,
for the sum of $1625.76, with interest
thereon from the 24th day of August,
1922, at the rate of eight per cent
per annum, the further sum of
$160.00, attorney's fees, the further
sum of $812.15, with interest there
on from the 26th day of March, 1924,
at the rate of six per cent per annum,
and the sura of $21.50, the cost and
disbursements, and to me directed
commanding me to sell at public auc
tion the following described real
property situated in Morrow County,
Oregon, to-wit:
Being 1787.7 acres of land in Town
ship No. four (4) South of Range
twenty-four (24) East of Willamette
Meridian and described as follows:
The North half of the Southeast quar
ter, the East half of the Southwest
quarter, the Southwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter and that portion
of the Northwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter containing 15.43
acres more or less, lying South of
the County road running up and
down Rood Canyon of Section four
teen (14). That part of the South
half of the Southeast quarter and
tho Southeast quarter of the South
west quarter of Section fifteen (15)
lying south of the County road in
Rood Canyon containing 74.98 acres.
The East half, the East half of the
Northwest quarter and the Northeast
quarter of the Southwest quarter of
Section twenty-two (22); the North
west quarter, the North half of the
Southwest quarter, the Southwest
quarter of the Southwest quarter and
the West half of the Southeast quar
ter of Section twenty-three (23). All
of Section twenty-six (26). That part
of the East half of the Northwest
quarter of Section twenty-seven (27)
described as follows: Beginning at
the quarter Section comer between
Sections 22 and 27 and running thence
South 40 chains to center of Section
27; thence West along the East and
West center line of said Section 11.40
chains; thence North 10 degrees West
28.04 chains down Canyon to Rock
Creek and across to the North bank
of said Rock Creek; thence North 71
degrees 45 minutes West along said
North bank 3.62 chains to the Mouth
of a canyon; thence North 38 degrees
30 min. East along up said canyon
14.Q0 chains to the North line of
said Section twenty-seven (27);
thence East 10.55 chains to the place
of beginning containing 67.29 acres.
Now, therefore, in compliance with
said execution, 1 will on Saturdiy,
the 26th day of July, 1924. at t!e
hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day at the front door of the
Court House at Heppner, Morrow
County, Oregon, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash
all tha above described real property.
Dated this 25th day of June, 1924.
GEO. McDUFFEE,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Orern.
Professional Cards
DR. A. II. JOHNSTON
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered Night or Dny
GRADUATE NUR8B ASSISTANT
I. O. O. F. Building
Phones: Once, Main HS; Kes., 419
HKPPNER, OREGON
A. M. EDWARDS
I DRILL WELLS
I also handle Casing, Windmills
and Supplies, do fishing and clean
out old walla.
BOX 14, LEXINGTON, ORE.
DR. F. E. FARRI0R
DENTIST
I. O. O. F. Building
Heppner, Oregon
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Heppner, Oregon
Drs. Brown and Chick
PHYSICIANS 44 SURGEONS
800 Alberta St. (Cor. E 24th.),
PORTLAND, ORE,
WOODSON & SWEEK
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Offices In
First National Bank Building
Heppner, Oregon
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNET-AT-LAW
Office in Court Bones
HeppiMr. Oragoa
P. II. ROBINSON
LAWYER
ION I. OREGON
Heppner Sanitarium
DR. J. PERRY CONDER
Pbystetan-in-Chart
Treatment of all diseases. Isolated
wards for contagious diseases.
FIRE INSURANCE
Waters & Anderson
Heppner, Oregon
Ladies' Silk Hose
Range in Price from
$1.00 to $4.00
ALL POPULAR SHADES AND COLORS.
The Large Assortment Includes:
Silver, Airdale, Rose Beige, Lark, Otter,
Jack Rabbit, New Bobolink, Samoan, Fawn,
Cloud, Sponge, Caravan, Noisette, Beige,
Gun Metal, Cordovan, Black and White.
Sam Hughes Co.
1 pPj
3
Just Received
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3
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a fresh car of
I OLYMPIC I
Flour and Cereals i
If you want the best
ask for
I OLYMPIC I
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I Phelps Grocery Company i
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E. J. STARKEY
ELECTRICIAN
HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
Heppner, Or a
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C. A. MINOR
rWE, AUTO AND LIFE
INSURANCE
Old list Coeapaalaa
REAL ESTATE
Heppner, Or.
MATERNITY HOME
MRS. O. C. AIKCN. BIPPNE
I am preparad to take a HralUd aim
kw of matarnitr eaM. at my koSM.
Fattenta prltUasW ta dwas taatr ewa
phrsteiaa.
Bait of ear and attention assarts.
PHONB Ml
JOS. J. NYS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Upstair In
Humphreys Building
Heppner, Oragaa
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