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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1929,
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE,
Established March SO, 1SS3;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Established November 18, 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 1&, 1915.
Published every Thursday morning by
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and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner, Oregon, as second-class matter.
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Official Paper for Morrow County.
Once to every man and nation comes
the moment to decide,
In the strife of Truth with Falsehood,
for the Good or Evil Side Lowell.
FOSSIL HELPS BOOST.
TTHE matter of getting the Hepp-
ner-Spray sector or trie uregon
Washington highway on the state
road map, has been one of the puz
zles that the Morrow county court
has been trying these several years
to work out The county has, In
cooperation with the State High
way commission and the Bureau of
Public Roads, made some progress
in the construction of this link, and
has spent a large sum of money
thereon, but In spite of all their ef
forts, they have failed to get the
commission to place the road on the
map. It would seem that there Is
a similar situation facing the peo
ple of Wheeler county with refer
ence to the Service Creek-Mitchell
sector of the Ochoco highway, and
the commercial club at Fossil are
now getting busy and will see what
they can do by presenting the ques
tion of state cooperation to the leg
islature, now in session at Salem.
Wrhi!e the commercial body at Fos
sil is much interested in the road
that lies within their own borders,
they realize that, their county has
also spent a large sum of money in
cooperating on the construction of
the Heppner-Spray cutotT.
They have, in a set of resolutions,
called attention of the legislature
to the two roads, and are praying
that thev both be placed on the
state highway map and made units
thereof, so that in tne regular
course of events the state highway
department will be justified in help
ine to complete the gaps.
As the resolutions, presented here
with, speak for themselves, we are
not making further comment, ex
cept to say that we hope that the
commercial interests of Heppner
will fall in line immediately and
add to the work already done by
the Fossil Commerial club their
united support, and promptly pre
pare a strong set of resolutions
memoralizing the legislature to take
this action. We are surely as great
ly interested in our particular piece
of road as is Fossil, and should not
, hesitate to back up their proposals
We give herewith the resolutions in
full:
To the Honorable Thirty-Fifth Legis
lative Assembly of the State of Ore
gon: We the members of the Fossil Com
mercial Club assembled, do hereby pe
tition you as follows:
WEREAS. there is a stretch of 24
miles of road between Service Creek on
the John Day Highway nad Mitchell on
the Ochoco Highway, which if complet
ed would give a direct connection be
tween the John Day Highway and the
Ochoco Highway, and
WHEREAS a considerable part of
this road has been built by Wheeler
County. Oregon, as a market road, and
WHEREAS there is under construc
tion, at this time, a highway between
Heppner and Spray which highway is
almost completed, and
WHEREAS, if the Service Creek-Mitchell
sector were completed, it would
result In the consummation of the most
direct route from Pendleton, Heppner
and way points to the Ochoco Highway,
and would result in the shortest possi
ble route from Arlington, Condon and
Fossil and way points on the John Day
Hiirhwav to the said Ochoco Highway;
WHEREAS, the only other way to
get to the Ochoco Highway, from said
highways will be by way of Spray on
the John Day Highway on up the John
now River nn lh John Dav Highway
to the Picture Gorge at the mouth of
Rock Creek and back to Mitchell by
wav of Rock Creek and Mountain
Creek, which is a much longer route,
WHEREAS, the construction of the
Mitchell-Service Creek stretch of high
way would result In a saving of over
mU gdjnol Eanm
International Sunday School Lesson for
Bebruary 3.
THE HOLY SCRIPTURES
Psalm 19:7-14; 2 Timothy 3:14-17
BET SAMUEL D. PRICE, D. D.
The Christians' Sacred Book is a
descriptive statement of the Bible.
In fact, it is a library consisting of
sixty-six books, divided into the Old
and New Testaments. "How We
Got Our English Bible," by J. Pat
terson Smyth, answers many ques
tions in the mind of every investi
gator. Beyond all human Bources
this Book comes from God. Rev.
F. B. Meyer, D. D., says, "Inspira
tion consists in the divine quality
that inheres in the Bible." It is
certainly different and superior to
every other book and is well called
the Book of Books. One cannot
claim to be well educated who is
not conversant with the general
content thereof. Dr. Meyer also
states, "The best argument for the
Bible is the character is creates,"
and William E. Gladstone declared,
"The Sunday school is the world's
greatest institution for popularizing
the world's greatest Book."
Read this Book through, and do
so aa often as possible. Then com
mit many chosen passages to mem
ory. One of these will be the nine
teenth Psalm, from which the first
scripture portion is taken today. If
you wish to note many terms for
the Scriptures read Psalm 119,
v. here there is some mention in each
of the 176 verses. In spite of its
30 miles on the Heppner-Spray route
and that said construction would save '
approximatetly 45 miles on the route
from Arlington. London, ana i-ossu to
connect up with the Ochoco Highway
at Mitchell, and
WHEREAS, by putting the Heppner-
SDrav sector of the Oregon-WashinK-
ton Highway on the Highway map, the
same would De maintained in gooa con
dition and by putting the Service Creek.
Mitchell marKet roaa on me state
Highway map and completing this
stretch of road in the near future, the
said highways will be linked up to each
other in the most direct route that can
be obtained, and
WHEREAS, the completion of the
Service Creek, Mitchell highway will
give a shorter and more direct route to
all cars on said highways to Prlneville,
Bend, Klamath Falls and Eugene.
WHEREFORE, we the members of
the Fossil Commercial Club respect
fully petition the Honorable Thirty
Fifth Legislative Assembly of the State
of Oregon, that the Mitchell. Service
Creek market road, in Wheeler County,
Oregon, be incorporated Into the State
Highway system ana mat tne same oe
built in the near future, and that the
Spray, Heppner sector of the Oregon
Washington Highway be also put on
the Mate Highway system
for
the
maintenance of the same.
Dated at Fossil, Oregon,
this 25th
day of January, A. u. 1929.
By H. J. SIMMONS, President.
A merger of the two daily papers
at Baker was consummated the past
week, and the announcement is
made that beginning with February
1, the papers will appear as one,
published by the Baker Democrat-
Herald Co. The new owners are
Bernard Mainwaring and Luclan P.
Arant, who have been publishing
the Baker Evening Herald, and will
now publish the Baker Democrat-
Herald, having formed an jsu.uuu
corporation for that purpose. The
Morning Democrat was the pioneer
paper of Baker, and one of the old
est daily papers in the Pacific
Northwest It was established in
1870 and the Evening Herald in
1901. The new publishers announce
that there will be many improve
ments In the mechanical appearance
and news service of the new paper,
all of which will make it an out
standing publication among the
small city dailies of the state, we
congratulate Baker and the pub
lishers on this consolidation, and
believe that it will prove of mutual
benefit The publishers are fine, up
standing young men, who have ac
quired sufficient experience in the
newspaper game to be able to put
across just -such a paper as tney
have planned for their community,
and the growing city of Baker will
not lack in proper representation
from this quarter.
"AMERICA"
DURING Hoover's recent trip
about South America, he had to
refrain studiously from referring to
the people of the United States as
"Americans." The correspondents
with him were enjoined to make no
use of the term even in their com
munications home.
It seems that the Brazilians, the
Argentines and the Colombians,
who feel they have as much right
to the word "American" as we have,
strongly resent our using it to des
ignate this country alone.
The term America has no exact
significance. So many nations are
in North and South America: in
referring to our countrymen, for
eign papers must of necessity use
the long term: "Americans oi tne
United States."
The word United States is awk
ward in many of its forms. No one
can be a "united staieser: we
can talk of "United States territory'
"United States history" but
think of talking of
literature" or the
'United States
United States
language."
Noah Webster .declared tnat
deeper national feeling would be en
gendered by the adoption or a fe
licitous name all our own. But al
ter all usage is everything, usage
will keep the name "America"
our minds and on our tongues tor
centuries. The word is imbedded
in our history and literature.
will be well to recognize, however,
that the outside world is likely to
grow intolerant of our claims upon
a word that designates not merely
one nation but two large continents.
HONESTY.
GOVERNOR SAMPSON of Ken
tucky is starting a very worthy
movement indeed. He believes too
many people are "indifferent hon
est" and thinks there should be
more "affirmative honesty" espec
ially in business transactions.
He wants a nation-wide survey to
age, the Bible is still the best seller
each year in all literature, both
modern and ancient. A very sim
ple and yet most comprehensive
statement is
"Sin will keep you from this
Book:
This Book will keep you from
sin."
Study carefully each of the fol
lowing selected portions that are a
part of this lesson. Deuteronomy 6:
4-9; Joshua 1:8, 9; 2 Kings 22:8-20;
Nehemlah 8:1-8; Psalm 19:7-14;
Luke 24:25-32; Acta 17:10-12; 2 Tim
othy 3:14-17.
The first reference indicates a
portion that the Hebrew places in
his mezuzah and pyhlactery. This
Word has a place on his doorpost
and it is taught to his children. The
Jew has made an incalculable con
tribution In giving this Book to the
world. Well does the Psalmist say
"The law of Jehovah is perfect, re
storing the soul." The Word was
indeed law and its precepts were to
be accepted and obeyed, for they are
"right" Psalm 19:7-8. Take the
other descriptions in that Psalm
"pure, clean, true and righteous al
together." As is stated in Psalm 119:105:
"Thy word is a lamp unto my
feet,
And light unto my path."
Paul in charging Timothy refers
him to the "sacred writings" in
which he had been instructed from
his youth. Thereby "the man of
God may be complete, furnished
unto every good work."
American Legs
R &vtrl ' .. lwnrirmi iiiriiinirriii.iir'nr -"-iw -w.w.q.w. M.reMiiMsjtttt 1
S?S-' Twill
Mis Rebecca West, British povelist, recently said she thought American
world The legs above belong to the following actresses ; Maurine Holmes,
French ; Mai Orton, British ; Haiel Forbes and Hazel Jennings, American.
stimulate fair-dealing. "Integrity
is not vanishing," he says, "and all
of us ought to be emphatic in say
ing so. This undertaking is not for
the purpose of gathering statistics
about acts of honesty. It is a sur
vey of thought concerning honesty.
The purpose is to increase our
realization of the truth that al
though we all approve the principle
of right conduct none of us is as
affirmative as we might well be in
our aid of increasing the general
belief that honesty and good pur
pose are the prevailing motives of
most people."
A great phrase: "Affirmative
honesty." It is a quality well worth
cultivating, and Governor Sampson
to be congratulated on bringing
it so forcibly before the public.
Sic Transit
A green little freshman
In a green little way
Drank a green creme de menthe
Five or six times a day.
And the green little grasses
Now tenderly wave
O'er the green little freshman's
Green little grave.
"It is easy to smoke with a cigar
holder?"
Sure, it's a regular pipe."
- -
MikMt fc
SeMtJdocPots
i ' (t m rr
0 Helena Rubinstein
If to her share some female errors fall,
Look to her face and yon'll forget
them alL POPE.
In the next few articles I shall go
quite thoroughly into the subject of
skin texture, telling you of the va
rious types of skins, so that you
will know whether you possess a
thick, thin or normal skin, and how
to give it the proper care.
This ia a most important subject,
for skins differ just as much as tem
peraments, color of hair, color of
eyes, or body build. And to my
mind one of the greatest follies or
I might say one of the most griev
ous mistakes Is that women simply
treat their skins in a general way
as thought all skins were alike.
I should like to say that no two
skins are exactly alike, yet I hesi
tate to emphasize that too strongly
for fear you will throw your hands
up in despair, thinking the task of
knowing what to do is hopeless.
The preparations you put on the
skin must differ almost as much In
texture as the skins themselves; so
you can easily see why one cream
or lotion cannot do everything for
a skin, any more than one medicine
can have a two-fold purpose.
This I shall have to take up step
by step in my series of articles, as
there is too much to discuss in one
day's talk. But there is one thing
all skins have in common, and that
is this: The general health and
beauty depend very largely on the
general condition of the system and
upon the health habits of the indi
vidual. It makes no difference
The Fumble
-7-- I II f 1 I I 1 I A a
Win Laurels for Perfection
By Arthur Brisbane
Extra Congress, Extra.
Trouble.
Prosperity's Back Iog.
Mr. Lucey Half Right.
Wise Kin?, Amanullah.
There is to be an extra session
of Congress, so well informed
Washington reports, and the farm
er will wait for "relief" until the
new Congress gathers.
Mr. Hoover probably wishes that
milestone were passed.
The farm question is this:
How can you make those engaged
i -n
whether your skin is thick, thin or
normal. If your diet is composed
of the wrong food, the system can
not take care of it properly, and it
is bound to be reflected by the com
plexion.
To keep the skin healthy and at
tractive it is essential to lead a reg
ular life, taking plenty of exercise,
eating the right foods, watching the
elimination, getting plenty of sleep
and keeping your nerves relaxed as
much as possible.
If these things are not right you
cannot expect your health and in
turn, your skin to be right. Again,
as I have told you many times be
fore, a certain amount of the pois
ons of the system must be thrown
off through the pores of the skin,
and if you do not keep the pores
free, you cannot expect them to be
able to pass off this way.
It is wrong to think that the
rough, yellow, outside skin of an
orange constitutes the entire Bkin,
for the real skin is at least three
eights of an inch deep. Think not
that a mere soap and water wash
ing, or applying to the surface an
inactive cold cream that scarcely
removes the soil and dirt, will thor
oughly cleanse the skin!
It is the thorough cleansing of
the under skin that counts. The
soil and dirt that are lodged in the
pores can only be reached by using
creams that will penetrate beneath
the surface of the skin. And in my
aritclcs following I shall tell you the
best ways to cleanse the various
kinds of skin so that you will know
how to treat the type you possess.
ray
HiUm Kuttmltim j
Family he got m ByDunkei
' V ARE- MfvTEK. Ks f. I
yv t I HAD TO GIVE IT
of Form
girls' legs the most perfect in the
American j Mme. Mistinguette,
in a thoroughly disorganized hap
hazard industry as prosperous as
those in industries thoroughly or
ganized on a scientific production
and selling basis?
Changes in the tariff .are predict
ed. "Big financial and industrial
interests feel that tariff changes
are needed."
If they feel that way, the changes
will be made, and probably should
be made. Big business has its faults,
but it knows what the country
needs, realizing that the big man
can get only his part of what the
little man can earn.
All of our prosperity comes down
to the fact that people EARNING
more can SPEND more.
Mr. Ecker of the Metropolitan
Life Company puts it in words:
"The people earn fifteen to twenty
billions more than it costs them to
live. Those extra billions are pros
perity's back log."
Mr. Lucey, the old Northampton
cobbler, who knew President Cool-
idge when a boy, is supposed to
have given little Calvin this advice,
"Keep your shoes laced tight, and
never let your tongue wag."
President Coolidge took that good
advice about the tongue. There is
no information as to the advice con
cerning shoes.
It is harmful to lace children's
shoes too tight Lacing tightly
around the ankles, pressing on
blood vessels, impeding the flow of
blood, gives the heart more work to
do. Cobbler Lucey was only half
right
King Amanullah of Afghanistan
Praises Peace Pact
Guitav Stresemann, the famous
Foreign Minister of Germany, who
has expressed the opinion that the
genera acceptance of the Kellogg
Treaty will help to modify the hard
ships under which the German Reich
i laborinR
faUATlQONEOFTMBN
FIRST SKjNS Of
VHEN A
rcuMAs
IPOWO AVAV
THANK? .;!? .
ARTHUR
X
discovered suddenly and violently
what American prohibition enthusi
asts are discovering slowly, that it
isn't easy to change men's habits
by proclamation or law.
Amanullah came back from his
visit to England wearing European
clothes, his wife fashionably dress
ed, short skirts, silk stockings,
nothing to cover up her face.
He announced that women in ai-
ghanistan were also to go with their
faces uncovered, no more "seclu
sion."
Tribes rose against him, armed,
drove him Into a fortress.
King Amanullah changed his
mind. Afghan girls sent to be edu
cated in Turkey are to come home.
European dress is to be abolished.
Soldiers of Afghanistan are to be
allowed to follow and bow down to
their religious leaders, the Holy
men, or Pirs, and women will be
kept in seclusion.
All the suggested reforms will be
thrown overboard. Wise Amanul
lah, he wanted peace.
The Chinese, poor creatures,
butchered, starved, forced into rev
olutions of which they do not know
the meaning, know at least one
tiling, and that is, that it is Im
portant to have good roads.
Mr. G. Walter Reed, of the Santa
Fe Railroad, quotes an engineer
just back from China: "Food from
South China cannot reach those
starving In Northern China because
of fifteen hundred impassable
miles."
Some Boy!
Racine, Wis. A ten-year-old boy
has ordered a pair of 25 size shoes
from a Racine shoe company. The
purchaser is Robert Wadlow, an el
ementary school student of Alton
Miss. The boy is said to be six feet
10 inches tall, and weighs 250
pounds. Five square feet of leath
er were used to manufacture the
shoes.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL.
Notice is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of the laws of
the State of Oregon, the undersign
ed has taken up the hereinafter de
scribed animal found running at
large on his premises in Morrow
county, State of Oregon, and that
he will on Saturday, the 9th day of
rcb-ruary, 192, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
at the Barney Doherty place in
Sand Hollow, offer for sale at pub
lic auction and sell to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, the said
animal, unless the same shall have
been redeemed by the owner there
of. Said animal is described as fol
lows:
One black mare, wcgiht about
1500 pounds; two white hind feet;
blotch brand on right shoulder.
WM. J. DOHERTY,
Lexington, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has died his final account as
administrator of the estate of Sarah
Elizabeth Swift, deceased, and that the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County has appointed Sat
urday, the 16th day of February, 199,
at the hour of 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of said day, as the time, and the
County Court room In the Court House
at Heppner, Oregon, aa the place, of
hearing and settlement of said final ac
count. Objections to said final account
muBt be filed on or before said date.
JOHN CLYDE SWIKT.
Administrator.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has filed his final account as
administrator of the estate of Istallna
Bauernnend. deceased, and that the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow Countv has anDointttd Sat
urday, the 16th dav of February. 1929.
at the hour of 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of said dav as the time, and the
County Court room In the Court House
at Heppner, Oregon, as the . place of
hearing and settlement of said final
account. Objections to said final ac
count must be filed on or before said
date.
PETER MARTIN BAURNF1END,
Administrator.
NOTICE OF BALE OF ANIMALS
Under Foreclosure of Agister's Lien.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, by virtue of a notice of lien.
duly filed and recorded In the office of
the County Clerk of Morrow County,
State of Oregon, upon request of the
lienholder, O. M. Scott, will, on Satur
day, the 2nd day of February, 1929, at
uie rancn oi u. m. aeon, v miles north
west of the Citv of HeDnner. Oregon, at
the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, offer for sale and sell at pub
lic auction, for cash In hand, the follow
ing described personal property, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said Hen, the costs of keeping
said property, and the costs of making
said sale, said lien being for the sum
oi o.ou, to-wii:
One brown sreldlne:. star in forehead.
branded MC on right shoulder, weight
about 1150 pounds, and one sorrel mare,
strip on nose, 10 or 12 years old, brand
ed J on left stifle, weight about 1150
pounds, left hind ankle crippled.
The owner or reputed owner of said
properly is Koscoe Moore.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby Riven that the under
signed executors of the estate of Thom
as McCullough, deceased, have filed
their final account of the administra
tion of said estate with the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Mor
row County, and the said Court has
fixed Monday, the 4th day of February,
1929, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock In the
torenoon of said day In the County
Court Room in the Court House at
Heppner, Oregon, as the time and place
iur Hearing oDjeciions tnereto,ana all
persons having objections are hereby
required to file the same with said
Court on or before the time fixed for
saiu neanng.
Dated this 27th day of December,
1928.
JOHN McCULLOUGH,
DAVID McCULLOUGH,
Executors,
MATERNITY HOME
f am prepared to take care of a
limited number of maternity cases.
Room and board reasonable.
MRS. G. C. AIKEN
Box 142 HEPPNER Phone 975
J.O.PETERSON
faitost Jewelry and Gift Goods
Watches Clocks - Diamonds
Expert Watch and Jewelry
Repairing
Heppner, Oregon
AUCTIONEER
E.J.KELLER
The man wh mad the reasonable
prloe.
LEXINGTON, OREGON
WM. BROOKHOUSER
PAINTDJO PAPERKAHQING
INTERIOR DECORATING
Leave orders at Peoples Hardware
Company
DR. ARTHUR CRAIG
DENTIST
Caw Building, Entrants Center St.
Telephone Main 1012
Open Evenings and Sundays by
Appointment
DR. A. H. JOHNSTON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Graduate Nuroe Assistant
L O. O. F. BUILDING
Phones: Offloe, Main 983; Res. 493.
Heppner, Oregon
DR. F. E. FARRIOR
DENTIST
X-Ray Diagnosis
X. O. O. P. BUILDING
Heppner, Oregon
Frank A. McMenamin
LAWYER
Phone BEaoon 44S1
1014 Northwestern Bank Building,
PORTLAND, O'REGON
Residence, GArneld 1949
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON
Trained Name Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
Heppner, Oregon
C L. SWEEK
ATTOBNET-AT-LAW
Offices in
First National Bank Boil ding
Heppner, Oregon
MORROW GENERAL
HOSPITAL SJWvSJffl,
Wards and Private Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
MBS. SENA WBSTFAXL.
Graduate Nurse, Superintendent
A. H. JOHJrSTON, Ms. D.,
Physiclan-ln-Charga.
Phone Main 822 Heppner, Ore
Morrow General
Maternity Department
"The Rome of Better Babies"
Rates Reasonable; Dependable
Service.
Phone Main 322 Heppner, Ore
S.E.NOTSON
ATTOBNBT-AT-LAW
Office In Court House
Heppner, Oregon
AUCTIONEER
Farm and Personal Property Sales
a Specialty
"The Man "Who Talks to Beat
the Band"
O. L. BENNETT, Lexington, Oregon
C. J. WALKER
LA WYE
and Notary Fublio
Odd Fellows Building
Heppner, Oregon
F. W. TURNER & CO.
FTBB, AUTO AND LIFE
INSURANCE
Old Line Companies. Real Estate.
Heppner, Oregon
JOS. J. NYS
ATTONEY-AT-LAW
Roberts Building;, Willow Street
Heppner, Oregon
J. Perry Conder, N. D.
Wth year lOgpraotloe In Heppner and
Morrow County.
HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING
Office Phone 02, Residence Phone OS.
Heppner Sanitarium
ITncnif al Dr- Perry Conder
UOSpUai Physician In charge
Oldest Institution of Healing and
Oldest Practicing Physician In Mor
row County: with the least percent
age of fatality and greatest percent
age of benelft.
ALEX GIBB
PLUMBING) AND HBATINQ
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
Estimates Frso.
WHEN IN TROUBLE CALL
702 PEOPLES HARDWARE GO.