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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1925.
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MORROW COL'VTT OFFICIAL PAPER
THE AMERICAN FKfcSS ASSOCIATION
Just Another Form of
AUTOMOBILES had been reg
ulated and legislated in about
all the ways possible until some
one suggested the idea of "com
pulsory automobile insurance."
Instantly a limitless field was
opened for the agitator, profes
sional politician and those social
If this idea could be put over
on the automobile it could then be
fastened on to any other business
One who examines the average
automobile damage claim is apt to
have grave doubts as to whether
an insurance policy is a deterrent
of recklessness. The one who
has insurance can have less con
cern about damage he causes than
one whose negligence may deprive
him of his bank account.
There is every reason to believe
that such a system would encour
age rather than discourage care
lessness. The argument is made that
such insurance would protect the
widow and orphan.
But if such insurance tended to
increase carelessness and injuries
it would be poor protection. Sec
ondly, there are no satisfactory
statistics showing any consider
able percentage of serious acci
dents are caused by persons who
possess neither personal property
The whole proposal is just an
other plan to launch the state in
the insurance business after mak
ing a new form of taxation com
pulsory. Protect the Forests.
FIRES are already breaking out
in the hills. The duty to sow
no seeds of fire is on everyone.
It falls particularly on the vaca
tionists now swarming the woods.
The experienced outdoor man
grinds tobacco leavings and match
stubs into the dust with his heel.
The campfire should be built
only on bare ground, should never
be left unattended, and should be
thoroughly extinguished before
camp is left. The forests will be
open as long as the public respects
the rules for safeguarding them,
otherwise they will eventually be
closed during the summer to pro
tect our timber resources.
TiIMES do change all right.
Some years ago the first thing
the city council of a little town
did after incorporated was to buy
a jail. Never see these small
town jails any more. Folks just
won t patronize them and so the
city councils of the small towns
now buy a tourist camp ground.
When a tourist hits one of these
camps and is out of gas they make
him steal some gas or move on.
And a fellow from the town cir
culates with those who have a lit
tle piece of silver and tells them
that the Garden of Eden was a
sort of third-rate camp and noth
ing like we have today. He pumps
the tourist full of youth and pep
and hops and hot air and then he
goes up town and buys a package
of pancake flour, a new map, quart
of Zerolene, three oranges for
dessert and then moves on. But
this is an improvement on the lit
tle town jails they used to build
and is proof of the progress or
evolution of man. Blue Moun
Cutting Out Official Pomp
IT HAS been a common state
ment that in public affairs two
employes are usually hired, where
one would be required to do the
work in private affairs. Presi
dent Coolidge has shown a deter
mination to change this method
of doing public business if he pos
sibly can. He has decided to dis
pense with the services of the
White House social secretary and
turn this work over to some man
in the slate department service.
This means that a man in the state
department will have to assume
the additional responsibility of di
recting the conduct of all formal
social functions at the White
House instead of being merely an
advisor in regards to them as in-4
the past. It has been suggested
that the man on whom this addi
tional duty will fall is likely to re
sign. It is a safe bet, however,
that he will not resign. If the
people want economy in puffilic af
fairs they must back public offi
cials who have the courage to cut
out red tape and public pomp even
though it causes someone to lose
Temperance women in Great
Britain declare that Plato was
one of the first agitators against
strong drink. All of us mho have
read any of his works will admit
that he mas very dry.
If the time ever comes when
we can see as well as hear over
the radio a lot of fellows are go
ing to be more careful about what
they do mhen they go down town
First the French recognized
the Soviets, and then as a token
of appreciation the Soviets organ
ized a nice little rebellion against
them in Africa,.
Accident insurance companies
may yet be driven to insert a pro
vision in their policies. making
them inoperative on Sundays.
Maybe a dollar won't go as
far as it used to, but it seems to
go a lot quicker. Macon Tele
graph. The difference between the
league of nations and a hard rain
is that a hard rain could stop the
fighting in China. Cincinnati In
quirer. The fellop who doesn't know
much, but knows enough not to
let others know that he doesn't
know, knows more than some of
the knowing ones know. Boston
Intelligent people are those
who can talk well about the things
we are interested in. Baltimore
Since Dr. Eliot insists that
there will be work to do in heav
en, we've got to get busy and save
the souls of a few efficiency ex
perts. Columbus Dispatch.
A structure, begun in Peru
ten thousand pears ago, is yet un
finished. Must be a government
job. Kansas City Star.
HEIFETZ, the famous violinist,
recently visited the Near East
Relief orphanage at Athens, and
was entertained by a selection by
the boy orchestra which has been
organized in the institution. The
orchestra consists of a dozen refu
gee boys, whose ages vary from
nine to fifteen, and whose instru
ments include three or four an
cient violins, some crippled gui
tars and two mandolins. The con
ductor is a refugee teacher from
One of Heifetz's companions
suggested that he try one of the
violins. The leader offered his
cheap little instrument, and ask
ed if the visitor knew anything
by Chopin." Heifetz pretended
he had never heard the name, and
the teacher went into raptures in
praise of the composer. Then
Heifetz took the instrument, and
as if recalling a long-forgotten
air, he played one of the Chopin
nocturnes. When he had finished,
the teacher came over and shook
his hand, declaring that "with a
little practice, he could become a
Bring in a list of sup
plies needed for
and get our prices.
Let us have a chance
to figure with you.
Maybe we can save
We have a good line
of Harvest SHOES
for men and boys.
Leather and Canvas
Overalls and Coveralls.
ESTRAYED OR STOLEN.
From my pasture about ft mile
nortk of Lexington, shortly after the
first of June, the following animals
vera either stolen or strayed away:
On bay mare, 12 years old. weipht
about 1400, with no visible brand or
marks; one iron gray mule, I years
old, PR brand connected and upside
down on left shoulder. Reward of
fered for information leading to re
covery. WALT RIETMANN, lone. Ore.
PLEASE SETTLE I P.
Having lost all my business in the
recent Are, I find myself badly in
need of funds that I may pay those
whom I owe. 1 am therefore request
ing that all those knowing themselves
indebted to me will make an effort
to settle with me in full or in part
immediately. I shall greatly appre
ciate your help now.
Peoples Cash Market, Heppner.
LOST, Strayed or Stolen, from my
place nine miles southwest of Hepp
ner, heavy brown mare, 3-year-old
laxy B brand on right shoulder; last
seen near Lexington. A. B. Fletcher,
Heppner, Phone 13F11.
Hudson Super-Six touring in fine
condition, value $450, to swap for
livestock, farm machinery. , If in
terested write P. Silkworth, Parkdsle,
Anyone wanting bluegrass pasture
for bucks, call on C. A. Minor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
June 23, 1925.
NOTICE is hereby given that Mah
lon H. Stoncman, of Lonerock, Ore
gon, who, on Jun. 6, 1922, made Home
stead Entry No. 022277, for SE14
SWK, S SEK, Sec. 21, Stt SW,
Section 22, Township 4 South, Range
24 East, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
J. D. Weed, United States Commis
sioner, at Condon, Oregon, on the
8th day of August, 1925.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Joseph Blahnik, Ira McConkie, T.
S. Lyons, Emmett Moore, all of Lone
J. W. DONNELLY, Register.
NOTICE OF SALE OF HORSES.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, by virtue of the statutes
of the State of Oregon, has taken up
the hereniafter described animals
found running at large upon their
premises in Morrow County, Oregon,
and that they will on Saturday, the
18th day of July, 1925, at the hour
of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at their place (Connelly
Farm) one and one half miles west of
the City of Boardman, in said county,
sell to the highest bidder for cash in
hand, the following described ani
One black gelding, about four years
old, weight about 900 lbs., no brand.
One buckskin gelding, about 5 years
old, branded triangle on right hind
leg, heart on left shoulder.
One pinto pony, about 10 years old,
weight about 800 lbs, branded S on
Unless the same shall have been re
deemed by the owner or owners there
of. ANDREW ANDREGG,
J. M. CARTER,
Both of Boardman, Ore.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution and order of sale
issued by the Clerk of Morrow Coun-
ty, State of Oregon, and Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon.
Morrow County, dated June 22, 1925,
to me directed, in an action wherein
D. W. Pearson recovered judgment
apainst Ad. Moore on February 16,
1S2S. for the sum of Fifty Dollars,
if 50. 00) and costs and disbursements
in the sum of Thirteen Dollar and
Fifty Cents ($13.50);
I will, on the 25th day of July, 1925,
at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. of
said day. offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
described real property, to-wit:
The South half of the Southeast
quarter, and the Southeast quar
ter of the Southwest quarter of
Section 34, Township 2 South,
Range 28, E. W. M.; also the
Northeast quarter of the North
west quarter, and the Norhtwest
quarter of the -Northeast quar
ter of Section S in Township S
South. Range 28, E. W. M., all
in Morrow County, State of Ore
of so much of said land as may be
necessary to satisfy the judgment
Sheriff of Morrow Cjfunty.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution and or
der of sale duly issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, on the 10th day
of June, 1925, upon a judgment and
decree rendered and entered in said
Court on the 9th day of June, 1925,
in favor of Dennis Spillane, plaintiff,
and against Carl Her, and Marguet
Her, his wife, A. F. Beardsley, Roy
Johnson and Ernest Christenson, de
fendents, for the sum of $2500.00,
with interest from the 21st day of
December, 1922, at the rate of eight
per cent per annum, for the sura of
$225.00, attorney's fees, for the fur
ther sum of $2000.00, with interest
from the. 21st day of December, 1922,
at the rate of eight per cent per an
num, for the sum of $190.00, attor
ney's fees, and the cost and disburse
ments in the sum of $25.50, and com
manding me to sell the following de
scribed real property, situated in
Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit:
The brush leaves tlO ItdCe
Rasmussen's Pure Paint dries without
brush marks -- The double grinding in
pure linseed oil gives
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your dealer for color cards,
your painter for an estimate:
RASMUSSEN PURE PAINT
Also Creosote Shingle StainiPorch
Floor Painr, Barn and Roof Painq
Truck, Tractor and Implement
Paint; Automobile Enamels; Spar
Varnish; Roof Coating; Concrete
and Cement Coating.
Wall-Dura Washable Wall Paint;
Racohte Envnels; Iniide Floor
Paint; Oil Stains; Fl(x and Var
nish Stain; BarhTub HnameUXir
able Floor Varnish. '
PorUtnd ana ocauis ,
of miles your car
Red Crown gasoline. But as you fol
low the practical suggestions in the
Red Crown Mileage Card you'll keep
improving your summer mileage
with a good chance of tagging on 15
to 30 miles extra to the tankful. Fig
ure that out for a season and you'll
' be buying "Red Crown" MILES ex
clusively like thousands of other ex
perienced motorists. Why not
start saving today?
STANDARD Oil COMPANY
The Southwest quarter and the
West half of the Southeast quar
ter of Section 10, and the West
half of the East half and the
West half of the East half of th
East half of Section 15, in Town,
ship Two (2) South, Range twenty-five
(26) East of Willamette
NOW, THEREFORE, in obedience
to said execution I will on Saturday,
the 11th day of July, 1925, at the
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 the above de
scribed real property at publie auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash
and apply the proceeds of such sale
to the payment of said judgment and
accruing cost of sale, subject only
to the statutory right of redemption.
Dated this 10th day of June, 1925.
Sheriff of Morrow, County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF 8ALE OF ANIMALS.
Notice is hereby ghn that the un
dersigned, by virtue of the statutes
of the State of Oregon, has taken up
the hereinafter described animals
found running at large on his prem
ises in Morrow County, Oregon, and
that ha will on Saturday, July 11,
1925, at tha hour of 10:00 o'clock in
the forenoon of said day, at his place
on Rood Hill, 7V4 miles northwest of
Hardman, Oregon, in said Morrow
County, sell to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, the following described
One bay mare, about 8 years old.
with colt, branded BW with spring
seat hook above on left shoulder.
One black mare, branded 1 bar H
on left stifle, age 7.
One bay mare, about 8 years ol8, no
visible marks or brands; unless the
same shall have been redeemed by the
owner or owners thereof.
Notice is hereby given that an Ex
ecution and Order of Sale was issued
out of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow County on the
14th day of May, 1926, upon a Decree
therein rendered on the 2nd day of
April, 1925, in favor of Bernard Kee
nan, plaintiff, and against G, A. Jack-
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Use it and see your
summer mileage in
crease. COURSE there's
limit to the number
can get even out of
nn mnA Amanda Jackson, hie wife.
..J Vm Jafk.nn and Tom Jackson.
hia wife, and Dunn Brothers, a cor
poration. Defendants, which eaia ex
ecution and Order of Sale is to me
directed and commanding-me to sell
the property hereniafter described,
for the purpose of satisfying the
l,..lm.nt of tha nlaintiff in aaid
cause, for the sum of $2500.00 with
interest thereon from the 1st day oi
July, 1919, at the rate of eight per
cent per annum and for the further
sum of $489.59 with interest thereon
from the 23rd day of February, iva,
at the rate of aix per cent per an
num and $250.00 attorney's feea and
plaintiff's costs and disbursements of
said suit taxed at $25.20.
l.J further iuHirment in favor
of Defendant, Dunn Brothera, a cor
poration, for the sum of $4662.06, with
interest thereon at tha rate ot eignt
per cent per annum from the 2nd
day of April, 1921, and the further
sum of $500.00 attorney's feea and
for its costs and disbursements taxed
and allowed at $20.40.
Therefore in compliance with aaid
F..tinn Order of Sale. I will
on Saturday, the 11th day of July.
1925, at the hour of two o'clock P.
M. at the Court House door in itepp
ner. Morrow County, Oregon, sell to
the highest bidder, with cash in hand,
for the purpose of satisfying judg
ments and decree mentioned, first the
following described land:
Southwest quarter of the South
east quarter Section 17; North
west quarter of Northeast quar
ter; South half of Northeast
quarter; North half of Southeast
quarter; Southeast quarter of
Southeast quarter; South east
quarter of Northwest quarter;
East half of Southwest quarter
Section 20; East half of North
west Quarter Section 29, Tp. 3 S.
R. 23 East W. M.
and second the following described
Southwest quarter; West half of
Northwest quarter Section 29;
East half of East half Section 30; '
Northwest qunrter of Northeast
quarter; Northeast quarter of
Northwest quarter Sec. 32 Tp. S
S. R. 22 E. W. M.
Dated June 4th, 1925.
Sheriff of Morrow County, -By
ELBERT L. COX, Deputy.
UR menu always
contains the season's
finest fruits and veg
Telephone Main 252
EDWARD CHINN, Prop.
GLENN Y. WELLS
1026 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Phone Broadway 8683
DR. A. H. JOHNSTON
Phyelclsn and Burgeon
L O. O. F. Building
Paonf 1 Onto, Mala (SI; Has., 4M
A. M. .EDWARDS
I DRILL WELLS
I also handle Casing, Windmills
and Supplies, do fishing and clean
out old wells,
BOX 14, LEXINGTON, ORE.
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
L O. O. F. Building
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
Office in Masonic Building
Trained Nora Assistant
Drs. Brown and Chick
PHYSICIANS ft BURGEONS
800 Alberta St. (Cor. E Zth.),
WOODSON & SWEEK
First National Bank Building
S. E. NOTSON
Ome In Court Bona
ana and Personal Property Sale
T Yrars in Umatilla Ceonty.
G. L. BENNETT,
Waters & Anderson
Take advantage of these CASH offerings
Pure Cane Sugar, per 100 lbs.' $7.30
12y2 lbs. for $1.00
Blue Rose Jap Rice, per pound 10c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, per package 10c
St. Clair's Certified Condensed Milk,
per" can 10c
Bulk Dates, per pound 10c
White Wonder Soap, 20 bars for $1.00
2 Bars Double Refined Borax FREE
Men's Harvest Shoes $2.00
$3.25 Harvest Shoes $2.75
$3.75 Harvest Shoes $3.25
$3.50 Work Shoes $3.00
$5.00 Men's Shoes - $4.00
$6.00 Men's Shoes , $1.95
$10.00 Florsheim Shoes $8.50
$1.25 Men's Work Gloves 95c
Men's Big Yank Work Shirts $1.00
Boss of the Road Bib Overalls $1.80
Watch for our Special Cash Bargains
Sam Hughes Co.
I Fresh I
1 Fresh Fruits
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