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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1924
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THh ASU.KKAN I KLSS ASSOCIATION
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POLITICAL lenders in ait s"tions
of the country are exhibiting grav
ing aiftrm over the trend of our o
ir.fr. voter toward irdependenre. The
rerv U to. a in the formation of
ti--M.-ir.dj of cluhs and learue of
w.-r.ien voter. 'The fair sex pro
poses to strike out for independent
thourht ar.d action. She believes
that the natural welfare of the sexes
mtiies it imperative for her to weld
herself into a political factor along
i.r.ea entirely separate from those
trt govern the wen.
Moat of these women's clubs art in
wore or less embryo state dealing for
the most part with the thousand and
one sideshows that decorate the po
litical arena, but as the politicians
see the greatest dsr.ger lies in their
intimation to support candidates
rather than parties or principles.
The general character of candidates
has a marked bearing on any appeal
to the feminine vote. The split tick
et split often into the finest splinters-is
the final result. Here and
there the more experienced women
are it.ftuenced by avowed principles
and platforms and stand ready to vote
for men they do not approve, it tne
principles for which they stand are
considered sound. The younger sis
ter, however, reasons in her own pe
culiar way. Platforms may be all
right, but quite unsafe to step on un
less the candidate is of a character
that commands implicit confidence.
Where the women are going to
stand in the coming election is a
question that is giving many a poli
tician sleepless nights,
IT IS ASSURING and gratifying that
in the general movement through
out the civilized world to outlaw and
abolish war, there is none more ear
nestly oiuspoken in support of this
movement than President Coolidge or
the Democratic presidential nominee,
Making Dust Fly
Mrs. Miriam Ferguton, wife of
the former Tex&a governor, ia as?
pirmg to the tame office and polled
enough votes m tb primaries to
enter the fall ejections. She is
making the dust fly ia hex net for
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Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Mont., Vice Presidential candi
date with La Follette, is the champion family man of the six candi
dates of the three big parties. Here are the six big planks in his
platform Mrs. Wheeler, Francis, Richard, Edward, Elizabeth and
Both have made it clear that this
grand movement has their unquali
Both agree with the vast number of
right thinking people that war is ft
crtature of savagery, passed down
through the ages from the time of
primitive man, and no longer toler
ated among civilized people.
Until the nations and peoples of
the world come to a like realization
and join in this movement it would
o: course be most unsafe and unwise i
for the United States to destroy its
armaments or fail to keep them at a
standard sufficiently strong to safe
guard against foreign aggression.
But the United States, now the pre
mier of nations, constituted of peo
ple devoted to peace and abhorrent of
war, is obligated by the standing
among nations it has attained and its
influence in world affairs, to lead the
movement for universal disarmament.
Wherever and whenever the ques
tion of disarmament arises, the strong
voice of this government should speak
up in its behalf.
President Harding and Mr. Hughes,
his secretary of state, took a long
step in the right direction when they
called a conference to consider the
question of disarmament. That was
the first real step towards outlawing
war ever taken and resulted not only
in halting an orgyof battleship con
struction which presaged greater war,
but it turned the world-mind from
thoughts of war to thoughts of
peace. It was an accomplishment
when rightly appraised that will il
lumine the pages of history for all
time, for it set ineffaceably the seal
of condemnation on the adjudication
of national differences by military
arbitration and turned the dynamic
thought of the world from war to
peace. . What an inspiring thought
that war, the most destructive of all
monsters, is itself to be destroyed!
WAGES COMING IN AND GOING
TODAY the hourly earnings of build
ing labor are by far the highest in
We solicit your harvest
trade with low priced
and high quality meats.
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any industry in the United States.
The hourly wages in seventeen of the
building crafts are 100 per cent high
er than in 1914.
The cost of building, of course, re
flects the cost of homes and the cost
of living generally. This opens up a
field of inquiry that reveals almost
startling facts. Washington figure
sharks tell us that 86 per cent of the
persons gainfully employed in the
United States receive incomes of
$2,000 a year or less a great many of
them less. The same figure sharks
then point out that rents for moder
ate-priced accomodations such as are
used by the average wage-earner, arc
85 per cent higher than they were in
Followed to its logical result this
means more skimping on the part of
the housewife, more limitation to the
comfort of children, less pleasure,
fewer clothes, and a general tighten
ing up all around.
Of course, the shortage of labor
plays its part in this condition, which
in turn is aggravated by our immi
gration laws. On the surface the
condition appears to be a splendid
one for the American worker, but ev
en he is coming to learn that natural
law is inexorable and that he must
pay the piper.
CECIL NEWS ITEMS
Henry Krebs of the Last Camp
made a hurried trip into the moun
tains on Wednesday on account of the
sickness of one of his herders. He
was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Funk.
David Hynd of Rose Lawn ranch
was a visitor in Cecil on Friday and
Saturday. Mrs. T. H. Lowe of the
Highway House returned home with
him. where she will spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hynd, accom
panied by Mrs. John Shaw and daugh
on Thursday after visiting with Mr.
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tera Carrie and Mary, returned home
and Mrs, Roy Scott of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kesteraon of
Portland spent Monday and Tuesday
at tlia highway house as the guesw
of Misses Annie and Minnie Lowe.
T. H. Lowe of the Highway House
and W. G. Hynd of Heppner returned ,
home on Saturday from ft few days
in and around .Seattle.
Chris Henrik?en returned to the
Strawberry ranch on Wednesday af
ter spending a few days with rela
tives in Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. French and family ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Shively, all of Heppner, were Cecil
callers on Sunday.
Mrs. Margaret Jones', accompanied
by her ion and daughter of Portland,
were callers in Cecil on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Pettyjohn and
family of Morgan were callers on Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Streeter Wednesday.
Osrar Lundell and Herman Have
cost of Rhea Siding were business
callers in Arlington during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Havecost of Rhea
Siding, also Harold Aha It, were Cecil
callers on Sunday.
Al Henriksen of Pendleton was a
Sunday visitor at the W. V. Pedro
ranch at Ewing.
Krebs Bros, of the Last Camp have
been busy during the week erecting
a fine windmill.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Streeter and
family were visiting in Morgan Sat
John Krebs returned home Monday
after spending a few days in the rose
Jack Hynd of Butterby Flats was
caller in lone on Friday.
NOTICE TO STOCK OWNERS.
Having taken possession of the
Henry Jones ranch, I desire to notify
all owners of stock that I will take
up and hold any animals found run
ning at large on the premises and
will deliver the stock only upon the
payment of charges against them.
BOND REDEMPTION CALL.
$5,000.00 6 Bonds of Heppner
School District No. 1, Morrow County.
TlivuaA tit earof it
on ale daily to Sept 13
Kansas City , $72.00
St. Louis ... 81 50
Chicago . . 86.00
Detroit. . . . 105.62
Cleveland . . 108.56
NewYoik . . 147.40
Boston. . . . 153.50
Cormponding fare, to other important
centers. Final rrturn limit October 31,
1924. Liberal Stop-over privilege ap
ing and returning.
A side trip to Yellowstone at small ad
General Passenger Agent
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Oregon, being No. 1 to I inclusive,
of issue of September 10th, 1907, are
hereby called for redemption and will
be paid on presentation at office of
County Treasurer on or after Sep
tember 10th 1124. at which date in
terest on said bonds will ceas. By
rdt r of School Board.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, August
LEON W. BRIGGS,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice ia hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, administrator of
the estate of Eugene A. Chapel, de
ceased. All persons having claims
against aaid estate must present them
to me duly verified at the office of
Woodson A. Sweek, in Heppner, Ore
gon, on or before six months from
the date of first publication hereof.
First published July 21. 1924.
BLAINE E. CHAPEL,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Mem Westfall, Plaintiff,
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-wlt: 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
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
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
We Serve Chinese
$5, $10, $20
Standard Oil Scrip
Books in these denom.'
inations like travel
cheques are especially
convenient for touring.
They save carrying
cash, and are accepted
by Standard Oil Service
Stations and dealers
everywhere for good,
reliable Red Crown
and other dependable
products for your carl
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 gummosa la
July Ird, 1924.
JOS. J NY8,
Attorney for plaintiff.
Residence and poatoffiee address.
CALL FOR BIDS.
Notice it 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
Bus starts at the southern boun
dary of district, from the "Lundell
Ranch," following the Oregon-Wash
ington Highway to Heppner Junction,
thence to Arlington via. Columbia
River Highway, ft distance of approx
imately 18 miles. Board of directors
reserve right to reject any or all bids.
MARY LUNDELL, Clerk, Dist. 4-89.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Percy Hughes, Plaintiff,)
John Woodward and Ada)
Woodward, his wife, Fan-)
nie Woodward, Clarence)
Woodward, Nancy Crank,)
John Hale, Ellas Hale,)
Loyd Hale, Angus Hale,)
Ralph Hale, Harrison)
Hale, Glenn Willingham.)
and Laura Willlngham,)
his wife, Clarence WH-)
linitham. Frank Hale, E1-)
la Vale, Gussie Ayers, E1-)
len Hale Duncan, and)
William Duncan, her hus-)
band. Henry Cannon,)
Mary Cannon, Darrel Can-)
non, George Baiter, Mil-)
ton Baker, Edward Baker,)
Ella Baker Sperry, Sylvia)SUMMONS
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)
Grabil, and Thomas Gra-)
bil, her husband, Guy)
Hale, Caroline Cason, and)
C. L. Cason, her husband.)
Sarah Cason 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, lien or interest In)
the real estate described)
in the complaint herein,)
To Nancy Crank, Loyd Hale, Ralph
Hale, Fannie Woodward, Clarence
Woodward, Laura Willlngham, Ella
Vale, Gussie Ayers, Ellen Hale Dun
can, W-illian Duncan, Henry Cannon,
Mary Cannon, Darrel Cannon, George
Baker, Edward Baker, Slyvia Baker,
C. S. 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, lien
or interest in the real - estate de
scribed in the complaint herein, De
fendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, you and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
plaintiff's complaint filed against you
in the above entitled court on or be
fore six weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons, to-
wit: on or before the 28th day of
August, 1924, and if you fail to so
appear or answer for want thereof
the plaintiff wilt apply to the above
entitled court for the relief prayed
for In his complaint, to-wit: That
the plaintiff be adjudged and decreed
to be the owner in fee simple of Lot
3 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 ia 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 ia dated July
16th, 1924, and the date of the first
publication of this summons is July
JOS. J. NYS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and postoffice address,
DR. A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician end Surgeon
Calls answered Night or Day
GRADUATB NURBS AiSISTANT
I. O. 0. F. Building
Phones: Office, Main l ; Km,, Ut
A. M. EDWARDS
I DRILL WELLS
I also handle Casing, Windmills
and Supplies, do fishing and eltan
out old wells.
BOX 14, LEXINGTON, ORE.
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
L 0. 0. F. Building
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A BURGEON
Office In Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant
Drs. Brown and Chick
800 Alberta St. (Cor. E 24th.),
WOODSON & SWEEK
First National Bank Building
S. E. NOTSON
Ottee la Casrt Boss
F. II. ROBINSON
DR. J. PERRY CONDER
Treatment ef all disease!. Isolated
wards for contagious diaeaeea.
Waters & Anderson
You simply can't resist that sweet,
juicy melon taste
Spell everything that is delicious in
We have them fresh from the patch.
Sam Hughes Co.
1 a fresh car of i
I Flour and Cereals 1
If you want the best
I ask for
1 Phelps Grocery Company
E. J. STARKEY
HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY
C. A. MINOR
FtRE. AUTO AND UFR
Old Line Ceaapaaies
MRS. G. C AIKIN, HRPPNER
I am prepared to take a limited aem
ber of maternity mw at my homo.
Patients prtfUosoi to ckeose tkolr owe
Boat of ears and attontloa asearot.e
JOS. J. NYS