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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1928.
THK HEPPNER GAZETTE,
Established March 3a 18SS;
THE HEPPNER TIMESX
Established November 18, lts37;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1915.
Published every Thursday moraine by
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AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION
ELECTION DRAWS NEAR.
N TUESDAY of next week the
voters of Morrow county will be
called on to go to the polls and ex
press their preference for national,
district, state and county officials.
The interest that has been taken in
the campaign has been quite keen,
and there is so much shifting in
sentiment from one party to the
other, that it is not very safe to
make predictions as to the outcome.
However, taking into account the
heavy, registration, it wuold appear
that the republican candidates have
the long end in Morrow county, and
so far as the presidential ticket is
concerned, Hoover and Curtis may
depend upon a lead of right near
600. In the congressional race, our
prediction is that the vote will be
closer than this, as both the repub
lican and democratic nominees have
very warm supporters here, and the
latter has always run well in this
county in his former races. Local
lv there is not much to predict.
though it is expected that some of
the offices will be pretty hotly con
tested. For the legislature, the con
test lies between a Morrow county
man on one hand, and a Umatilla
man on the other, and if the rule
holds good, Umatilla county can be
expected to largely out vote us, be
cause of the tendency to favor a
home man. It seems to be con
ceded, however, that the race will
be pretty close, and the outcome
will of course depend on how well
the voters stick to party lines.
As is usual in elections, both the
parties are claiming the state, hav
ing figured out just how it will go
on the sixth. We are inclined to
the belief, however, that the Hoover-Curtis
ticket will win by a good
margin in Oregon. In fact there
seems to be no great doubt in the
minds of the best informed that this
will be the result, nationally.
As touching the intense interest,
and showing the breaking away
from old party lines and traditions,
we are quoting herewith from a let
ter received this week from a bro
ther of the editor, residing at Fort
Worth, Texas. He recently attend'
ed the big political meeting in Dal
las, addressed by Senator Borah
descrmed by one of the leading po
litical writers in the Fort Worth
Telegram-Record as "the biggest
political meeting ever held in Tex
as." This brother of ours has lived
in Texas for the past 18 or 20 years
and has had intimate knowledge of
nnlltir.R in thnt fltfltp Anri hp aava
"Take notice of this. Here comes
a Republican warhorse into Texas
and draws the biggest crowd any
speaker has ever drawn for a dis
cussion of the issues." He goes on
"It was funny. Democratic lead
ers sitting on the platform. Repub
licans from Fort Worth and Dallas
giving them preference. Senator
Borah was Introduced by Thomas
j-ove, iormer National Democratic
committeeman, the meeting presid
ed over by Alvin Moody, former
state Democratic chairman, intro
ducing the present Texas Republi
can State chairman, R. W. Crea-
mtimg 0rlool ffiwaon
International Sunday School Lesion for
WORLD'S TEMPERANCE SUNDAY.
Romans 13:1-10, 13, 14
By REV. SAMUEL D. PRICE. D. D.
ThlB quarterly Temperance Les
son comes on World's Temperance
Sunday, Just before the national
election. Scientific temperance
teaching is a part of the curriculum
In the public schools in every state
In the Union. By all these means
the growing youth of every genera
tion are taught that alcohol is a
poison and should not be used for
beverage purposes. Such education
Is a world matter, for right is ab
solute and not relative. The nations
of the earth are looking to the U.
S. A. to note the outcome of the
greatest experiment in opposing the
organized liquor traffic that has
ever been tried In the World.
A quarter of a century ago tem
perance was a decidedly unpopular
subject Today It Is about the big
gest item of Interest in the country.
This letter to the Romans was
written from Corinth, a most licen
tious city where liquor was used
most freely to help the abandon in
Immoralities. Corinth was the play
ground for the Romans and there
they sought to outdo the worst In
the Imperial City. With all that In
mind Paul calls attention to the
high place that rulers should have
In the estimation of the people.
Their office was alway to be respect
ed for all power, In the last analysis,
was derived from God. Taxes, tho
excessive, were not to be thought of
as extortions but as their Just ob
ligation in helping to provide for
their own benefit as well as for the
common good. If only they would
purpose to keep the law they would
have no 111 will toward either the
Sr. iffrauk (Hvmit ap:
WAR ANYWHERE DISASTROUS
President Coolidge delivered a message on Decoration Day of
this year in which he pointed out the fact that no matter where
a war might break out in the world it would be prejudicial to this
War is simply lawlessness and destruction and the commercial
interests of the United States are so widespread, our investments
and trade relations are so far reaching that it is almost impossible
to conceive of any conflict anywhere on earth which would not af
fect us injuriously.
The President also stressed the fact that the United States is
engaged in warfare only for the protection of American citizens.
It is incumbent upon every nation to protect its own citizens.
Unfortunately the plan of Woodrow Wilson for a league of na
tions did not receive universal support While this writer enthus
iastically supported Mr. Wilson's idea he holds no brief for any
Equally to be approved are the efforts of Secretary of State
Kellogg to conclude a treaty with European powers for the com
plete outlawry of war. Just so we arrive at a stage of civilization
where war is not countenanced and glorified it makes no difference
by what route we get there.
Mr. Coolidge also laid stress upon the best argument of the most
intelligent paclflcts, to wit, that "the chief defenses of America lie
not in her armed forces but in the industry, prosperity and patriot
ism of her people; these are of far greater importance than pre
paredness." The same day at Thiaucourt, France, General Pershing address
ed an audience where he said that "millions of graves cry out
against war, and the big nations must show the way to durable
He continued that war threatened civilization because of the
"fallacious theory that war is an essential element in the national
policy of a government," and an erroneous belief that nations be
come great through aggressive undertakings.
General Pershing insisted that history disproves that the expan
sion of one modern civilized nation at the expense of the other can
"There would appear to be no longer any reason," he said, "why
the leading civilized powers could not agree among themselves
to the general principal of the elimination of war as an avowed In
strument of national policy."
It need not intefere with the necessities of reasonable arma
ment he said, "nor the fulfillment of consistent obligations."
The day is coming when public opinion, that final arbiter of des
tiny, will rapidly turn against war.
gor. But Borah made a great Hoov
er speech and a fine doctrinal Re
publican speech. . . . Last night
when he warmed up on the bureau
government that has been growing
upon the nation, I enthused with
him, and it was here that he spank
ed Smith and the McNary-Haugen
proposal my how he ripped the
Tammany boss, and his splendid or
'very best English.' When he cut
loose on immigration the great aud
ience roared. He showed Smith's
scheme up; his plan to bring in the
cheap southern European labor as
against the present quota based up
on the English, Irish, Scotch, Ger
mans and other northern Euro
peans; how it means the building
of a stronger Tammany machine
and I know what this means for I
have had contact in New York city
with' the workings of the organiza
tion. He ribboned the governor and
his Mr. Raskob and I never saw a
more joyous crowd in my life than
was this great audience of his."
This meeting is said to be typical
of scores of such meetings held in
all states over the South, and the
Hoover sentiment is so strong that
many of the rock-ribbed southern
states are now in- the doubtful col
umn, and may be counted for the
Republican nominees on the sixth
of November. At any rate, we may
all be certain of how the election
goes during the early hours of the
seventh. There will be the greatest
vote ever cast for presidential nom
inees, and predictions are freely
made that the total will exceed 40
While the registration in Morrow
county shows but a small increase
over former years, It is expected the
law or those who wore enforcing it.
They could think back to what Je
sus had said: "Render unto Caesar
the things that are Caesar's,"
The law of God was held very
definitely before them. Anything
that tended to hurt their neighbor
must be avoided. This is finely stat
ed for every age in the injunction:
"Owe no man anything, save to love
one another." The very opposite of
this is the result when any one
makes use of alcohol as a beverage.
Alcohol is inherently a poison and
its reaction is uniform. Personal
liberty ceases as an argument when
our neighbor Is hurt by what we
give or sell him. Society is Injured
when one, claiming independence of
action, causes damage or even dan
ger to those who have a right to live
That part of the Ten Command
ments which deals with neighborly
relationships is Drought Into re
view. Then all Is summarized In
"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as
thyself." Having lived at least two
years in Corinth on his previous
missionary Journey and now again
for three months, Paul is necessar
ily familiar with causes of evil
From his sad experiences he tells
them about conduct that is so hurt
ful as he says: "Let us walk be
comingly, as In the day; not in
chambering and wantonness, not
in strife and Jealousy." The Cor
inthians had been making provision
for the flesh not only to its destruc
tion but also the loss of spiritual
life Itself. Morals are Improved,
business advances, money saved,
life protected Just in proportion as
alcoholio bevergacs are given up.
The statistician continuously proves
this. The development of the auto
mobile industry Is a good field of
research for anyone who doubts
actual vote will be greater because
of the interest in the election this
year. Every qualified elector of the
county should go to the polls and
exercise this right of citizenship.
Lay aside everything else and get
out and vote.
KNOWN AND UNKNOWN
AGAIN we are to celebrate Arm
istice Dav. Alreadv the war is
almost forgotten; America is back
to peace-time conditions of prosper
ity; the wounds of conflict have
healed swiftly, and former foes are
Many are the persons the world
over, however, who are still grieved
because of the loss of their nearest
and dearest, a loss that no circum
stance can make less tragic. It is
those who live, whose loved ones
laid down their lives for their coun
tries, who are the sufferers. Their
sorrow shall last the length of their
lives, and on Armistice Day it is
only fitting to give thought to them
and their noble-sacrifices.
The symbol of the Unknown Sol
dier is beautiful, his grave a fit
shrine for all who love America.
Armistice Day should be marked
with the utmost respect to those
who perished in the conflict Iden
tified and unidentified. But our
respects must also be paid to these
known "soldiers who are our neigh
bors the mother whose son gave
all, the father who mourns the loss
of his boy, the widowed wives and
fatherless children of American
On Armistice Day, In addition to
expressing our boundless joy at the
present state of peace and amity be
tween nations, we must give a
thought to these known "soldiers,1
and do what we can to alleviate
their pain and soften the sting of
their memories. They deserve not
alone our sympathy, but also our
whole-hearted respect and love.
The less a voter knows about you
the longer he is liable to vote for
you. I believe that these other two
boys that are running for President
would both have been better off if
they had pulled a Coolidge and got
down In their shell and not come
out till the votes were counted.
If I was these boys I would kinder
fight shy of a public Clinic. I be
lieve if they had both stayed be
hind the microphone out of sight of
any audience and shot it to 'em at
long range, they would have been
This thing of meeting your hero
and getting acquainted with him Is
awful liable to make you start hunt
ing another hero. Al and Herb
have both done things which are
on the record and I believe I would
let folks look over the record in
stead of the patient.
As the presidential candidate of
the Anti-Bunk Party, I am going
on tna theory that It is better to
read about a brown derby than it
la to see one. When we know that
a man has put the Nose Bag on
Belgium and made us eat bran
mash like a cow Instead of bread,
why we are going to look for a
mighty commanding and magnetic
I don't think I am betraying any
national secret when I say that both
of these boys are liable to get more
votes if you can't see 'em. Cam
paigns have ruined more men than
they have ever made.
CARD OF THANKS.
We are very grateful to all ' the
friends and neighbors who so kind
ly ministered to us in the hour of
sorrow; especially do we thank
those who during the long illness
of our father, visited him and
cheered him in his affliction; and
for the many beautiful floral offer
ings. MRS. EMMA JONES.
E. L. KIRK.
A. M. Markham was down from
his home at Freewater the first of
the week, looking after his interests
in this county.
Remember the thrill when you
saw your first magician? Nov. 17.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Administrator c. t. a. of the
Estate of David H. Erwin. deceased,
has tiled his final account with the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, and that said Court
has set as the time and place for set
tlement of said account Saturday, No
vember Twenty-fourth, 1928. at the hour
of 10 o'clock A. M. In the Court room
of said Court in Heppner, Oregon.
All persons having objections to said
final account must file same on or be
fore said date.
CHARLES H. ERWIN,
Administrator c. t. a. of the Es
tate of David H. Erwin, Deceased.
NOTICE OF FIN AXi ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administratrix of the estate
of F. A. Stapleton, deceased has filed
her final account with the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, and said court has set Monday,
the 3rd day of December, 1928, at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said dav at
I the County Court room at the Court
nouse ai xieppner, uregon, as me lime
and place for hearing objections to said
nnai account. All persons naving ob
jections to said final account are hereby
required to tile tne same with said
Court on or before the time set for the
Dated this 26th duy of October. 1928.
BUDGET FOB THE CITY OF BOARD.
jaAK, FOB THE YEAR 1929.
A resolution fixing an estimate of the
amount of contemplated expenditures
for the year 1929, and showing the
amount proposed to be expended for
each separate fund, and the total
amount of expenses; also an estimate
of the amount of receipts for said year
Rough and Ready
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Sheepskin lined, imitation leather, Heavy
and warm $17.50
Sheepskin lined, Heavy Denim, 36-in. $10.00
Heavy Wool Blazer Shirts and Stag Shirts,
$6.50 to $8.50
Heavy Shaker Wool Sweater Blazers
$6.00 to $9.00 ,
Buckskein Blazer Jackets. Buckskein and
Oregon City Virgin Wool Flannel Shirts.
Overshoes, Wool Socks, Fur-lined Winter
Caps, Zero Brand Heavy Wove Pants.
Munsingwear Union Suits.
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FERGUSON MOTOR CO., Heppner, Or.
I. R. ROBISON, lone, Or.
from sources other than direct taxation
upon the real and personal property of
the City of Boardman.
Be it Resolved, that the City Council
f the City of Boardman, Oregon, hereby
estimates the amount of contemplated
expenditures for the year 1929, the re
ceipts from sources other than direct
taxation, and the amount to be raised
by direct taxation upon the real and
fiersonal property within said city as
Sinking Fund S 100.00
Interest on Bonds 360.00
Repairs and mainten
ance of Irrigation
salary of Kecorder
Gasoline and Oil
Salary of Engineer
Estimated receipts from
ugius ana water ....ji.aou.ou ii,duu.uu
Amount necessary to be raised
by direct taxation $1,200.00
(Signed) J. C. BALLENGER,
Attest: W. A. PRICE, Recorder.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County Administratrix of
the Estate of Elizabeth Thompson, de
ceased. All persons having claims against said
estate must present them to me, duly
verified as required by law, at the
office of C. L. Sweek in Heppner, Ore
gon, on or before Six months from the
date of first publication of this notice.
Date of first publication, Oct. 18, 1928.
MINNIE L. McMILLAN,
Administratrix of the Estate
of Elizabeth Thompson,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
Florence Timmons, )
vs. ) SUMMONS.
Robert E. Timmons. )
To Robert E. Timmons, Defendant.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit
within Four (4) weeks from the date of
first publication of this summons, and
if you fall to appear and answer the
planum s complaint, for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for In her complaint,
which is as follows, to-wit:
For a decree of absolute divorce from
the defendant and for a further decree
awarding to the plaintiff the custody of
Clinton Robert Timmons, the child of
plaintiff and defendant, and providing
-fii i i 1 1 1 1 1 ii iiiiiiin
that the defendant pay to the plaintiff,
lor the support oi sua cnuu.
monin, ana ior jwukniojh ...
defendant for $100.00 attorneys fee,
i . , rilahnruAmAnta ln-
HIIU nor CUBlB niiu
curred in the suit, and for such other
and further relief as to me torn may
This summons is published by virtue
of an order of the Honorable R. L.
Benge, Judge or tne Loumy luuu ui
the State of Oregon for Morrow County.
Oregon, made and entered on the lfith
.i . , moo !iliti nr.lup nnt.
vided that summons in this suit be
served upon tne aeienaam oy uuuuua
tion in the Heppner Gazette Times, a
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newspaper ui genet, ,u,,.u.., f - -
ed and published in Heppner, Oregon,
lOr ine periOU Ol ruui tf Vfwna.
The date of first publication of this
summons is October Eighteenth, 1928.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
NOTIC OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the un-
ripi-xiirno.l Administrator of the estate
of George Hendrix, deceased, has filed
nis nnai account wuu me v-uumy wiui i
of th siHte of Oregon for Morrow
County, and the Court has fixed Mon
day, tne aru day oi ueceniuer, iso, ai
the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M., of said
day at the County Court room at the
Court House at Heppner, Oregon, as
the time and place of hearing objec
tions, If any, to said final account, and
all persons having objections thereto
are hereby required to file same on or
before the time set for the hearing
Dated October 18tn, 1928.
WM. HENDRIX, Adminlstrtor.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of an execution issued out of
the Circu t Court of tne State or ore
gon, for the County of Lane on the
Uth day of September, 1928, upon a
judgment rendered therein on the 11th
day of September, 1928, in favor of
Edward TraDD and against Edmond P.
Pierre, for the sum of Seven Hundred
Seventy-tlve and 62-100 Dollars (S775.62)
with Interest thereon at the rate of six
per cent per annum from the 11th day
of September, 1928, and for the further
sum or rweniy-six ana iw-iuu uonars
(26.37) costs and disbursements, which
judgment was enrolled and docketed
In the ofilce of the Clerk of said Court
in said County on the 11th day of Sep
tember, 1928, and said execution to me
directed commanding me In the name
of the State of Oregon, to satisfy said
judgment, Interest, costa of suit and
accruing costs, and the costs of and
upon this writ out of the personal prop
erty of said defendant or if sufficient
could nut be found, then out of the
reul property belonging to said defend
ant in Lane County, Oregon, and being
unable to find any personal property
belonging to said defendant upon which
to levy, I have levied upon the follow
ing described real property In Morrow
County, Oregon, to-wit:
Lots 1, i and 3; M'-j. or NB;
SEVi of Section 6-1-24 E. W. M. ;
also SE'i of SE'4: W14 of SE'4;
EH, of SWVi; NW of SW14, Sec
tion 35-1-23; also Lots 1, 2 and S
Sec. 1-23, containing 777.52 acres,
Morrow County, Oregon:
Now. Therefore. In the name of the
State of Oregon, In compliance with
said execution, and in order to satisfy
said judgment, Interest, costs of suit
and accruing costs, and the costs and
expenses of and upon this writ, I will
on Saturday, the 17th day of November.
1928. at tne hour of one oclock in the
allernoon of said day, at the West
front door of the County Court House,
in Heppner, Morrow. County. Oregon.
offer for sale and sell for cash at public
auction, subject to redemption as pro-
viaea Dy law. all oi me rignt. title and
Interest of said defendant Edmond P.
Pierre, or anv other Derson or oersons
claiming by. through or under him, in
and to tne above described property.
GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff.
NOTICE OP BALE.
Public Notice Is hereby given that.
pursuant to a real estate tax foreclosure
sale heretofore held In Morrow Countv.
State of Oregon, and an order of sale
duly issued by said County Court, en
tered on the 5th dav of Sentember.
In the proceedings of the Court, at the
regular setting for the transaction of
County business and that tbe court
fixed the minimum price at $1160.00 on
me following described real property,
Northwest quarter, West half of
northeast quarter, Northwest quar
ter of Southeast quarter, and
Northeast quarter of Southwest
quarter of Section Thirteen (13),
Township Four (4) South, Range
Twenty-six (26) East of Willamette
I shall on the Srd dav of November nt
10 o'clo-'. A. M., at the front door of
me Court House in the C tv of Hbdd
ner, County of Morrow, State of Oregon,
sell for cash in hand to the hleheat bid
der, above described property In the
munner provided by law.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand officially this 3rd day
oi uciouer, a. u.. lazo.
Sheriff of Morrow County, State of
By HOWARD McDUFFEE, Deputy.
' NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed. Administrator of the Estate of
John H. Williams, deceased,' has filed
his final account with the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, and that said Court has set as
the time and place for settlement of
saia account November Third, 1928, at
the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. In the
court room oi salu court In Heppner,
All persons having objections to said
nnai account must me same on or be
fore said date.
C. L. SWEEK,
Administrator of the Estate of
John H. Williams, deceased.
NOTICE OF BALE OF STOCK FOB
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to Section 5205 of the Revised Statutos
of the United States and by authority
and direction of the board of directors
oi rne f armers ana stockgrowers Na
tolnal Bank, of Heppner, Oregon, and
for the purpose of making good and
paying the unpaid assessment duly and
it-.ti.miy nmue against me ionnwing cap
ital stock of said bank, to-wit:
Stock certificate Ne. 10 for 60 shares
of the capital stock of The Farmers
and Stockgrowers National Bank of
the par value of $100.00 each, lsBued
to J. V. Burke, on the 11th day of
the said board of directors of the said
Farmers and Stockgrowers National
Bank, will on Saturday, the 3rd day
of November, 1928, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day at
the ofilce of the Farmers and Stock
growers National Bank, at Heppner,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash all of said
stock, or so much thereof, as may be
necessary 10 pay saici unpaid assess
ment, together with the cost of adver
tising and other expenses of said sale.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 26th
day of September. 1928.
J. W. BEYMER, President.
W. G. McCARTY, Director.
J. G. THOMSON, Director.
R. L. BENGE, Director.
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C. J. WALKER
and Notary Public
Odd Fellows Building
F. W. TURNER & CO.
FIRE, AUTO AND LIFE
Old Line Companies. Seal SsUte.
' Heppner, Oregon ,
JOS. J. NYS
Roberts Building, Willow Street
Heppner, Oregon . ,
J. Perry Conder, N. D.
sotb year In praotioe la Hsppner and
HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING
Ofllee Phone 02, Residence Phone 03.
Hospital PnysIoianTn Serge
Oldest Institution of Healing and
Oldest Practicing Physiolan in Mor
row County: with the least percent
age of fatality and greatest percent
age of benefit