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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1929.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE,
Established March SO, 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18, 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1916.
Published every Thursday morning by
VAWT1UI and SPENCER CRAWFORD
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner, uregon, as aecona-ciasa mailer.
ADVEBTISnJO KATES GIVEN ON
Official Paper for Morrow County.
PORTLAND WAKES IT.
THE Portland Oregonian in an
editorial this week states that Se
attle is already preparing to erect
elevators to care for 15.000,000 bush
els of wheat that will be diverted
from Portland if the report of Com
missioners Hall and Mackley as a
result of the recent rate hearings
is put into effect by the Interstate
Commerce commission. That the
farmer was not taken into consider
ation, is averred, and the report, if
adopted, will not result in lower
rates from the Inland Empire to
Pacific coast ports.
The Oregonian questions the right
of the commissioners to make such
a report, declaring it a new princi
ple in rate-making.
'Tis true. Removal of the differ
ential occupied so much of the time
during the hearings at Portland
and Seattle that very little time was
given to consideration of the grow
er. A nice, fat lamb was about to
be butchered, and both cities were
so busy looking out for their share
that the most important question of
all that of enhancing the progress
of the cities' great trade territory
was practically ignored. It reminds
one much of the man who was so
busy grasping at the penny before
his eye that he was unable to see
the dollar beyond.
. Portland can now see its prestige
slipping as a wheat shipping port
But, even if the findings of the Hall
Mackley report do go into effect,
there is still a way of holding It
the open river. It has been declar
ed by men who have studied all
phases of river transportation that
wheat can be put into Portland on
the river at 80 per cent of the lowest
possible railroad rates. Portland
can make river transportation pos
sible at an early date. It may be
her salvation as well as the salva
tion of innumerable farmers
throughout the Inland Empire who
rarely make a profit on their crops.
THE RURAL POLICE
NEWTON D. BAKER, former sec
retary of war and the president
of the National Crime commission,
has made this interesting state
ment: "There is an undoubted feeling
throughout the country that our
whole system of detecting and ap
prehending criminals falls far short
of that efficiency which is required
to meet modern crime conditions.
"While the problem as it relates
to our larger cities has received the
greatest public attention, it is the
feeling of the commission that the
rural constabulary in general is in
ever greater need of a thorough
"It is the thought of the commis
sion that the full powef - and re
sources of each state can be placed
at the command of those entrusted
with police duties in our rural dis
tricts to a far greater extent than
is now done."
The National Crime commission
has wisely appointed a special com
mittee to deal with the police prob
lem througnout the country. It is
planned to reorganize the American
police system on a modern scientific
If farmers of Morrow county un
derstand what a premium they are
paying for freight on their wheat,
they will be only too glad to contri
bute to the fund now being raised
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to fight their case for a third re
duction in rates. The few dollars
thus contributed will reap the larg
est return of any investment they
have ever made if the fight is suc
THE ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL.
SHORTLY after his death in 1919
a group of his friends formed
the Roosevelt Memorial association
and raised a fund of about $1,750,
000. The aim of the association is
to erect a monumental memorial to
Roosevelt in Washington, as well
as to promote the ideals of Roose
velt in other ways.
Now the efforts of the association
are coming to fruition. Steps have
beet) taken to erect the monumen
tal memorial, a site has been selec
ted, an architect chosen, a design
submitted to congress and one mil
lion dollars appropriated from the
In addition, the assoiation spon
sors the Roosevelt Distinguished
Service medals, and has made an
extensive study of all documents
relating to Roosevelt's career. It
has published a popular edition of
Roosevelt s literary works and in
other ways has disseminated know
ledge of the great American presi
dent The record of the association is
solid rather than showy. There has
been no beating of the tom-tom.
There has been a quiet dignified
effort to keep the Spirit of Roose
velt alive in the hearts of all Amer
icans. We are only too i,!ad to ex
press our appreciation of this noble
and public-spirited work.
A prominent La Grande mother
who suddenly found her family
married and the home nest empty
of fledglings turns her attention to
literary courses of a college exten
sion department and gives more
time to church and civic affairs. If
we had more mothers who did like
wise instead of idling away all their
upare time over bridge tables or
learning to consume the "faddish
fags" and mastering the art of
home brewing, we would be less
concerned about "what will become
of these modern young people." La
Grande District News.
J. D. Kirk, who many years ago
resided in this county, was in Hepp
ner Uuring the past week transact
ing business on behalf of his sister,
Mrs. Maggie Bell. He departed on
Saturday for his home at Spokane.
Thin. , srtc!
IF THAT DOKT
think, of Some
V thim'ei.si .'
For a man to have exalted ideas
about himself is not very unusual.
To be boastful is indeed quite a
usual thing for men who have
achieved over others. But when
men get to thinking themselves in
fallible, and inwardly feel that they
are superior to all other men phys
ically or intellectually or both, then
it becomes "exaggerated eg'o," a dis
tinct mental aberration.
It is perfectly honorable to be
lieve in one's self; it is even com
mendable for a man to take pride
in his own good character, standing,
or prowess in legitimate undertak
ings. It is perfectly natural to feel
the dignity of good fortune; but a
feeling of superiority over all other
men is dangerous to the mental
equilibrium of its possessor.
It is not what we think of our
selves, that brings real honor or
iwtfmg Jkljool fttmoxi
International Sunday School Lesson for
WHAT HELKXAH POUND IN THE
2 Chronicles 34:14-16, 29-33
REV. SAMUEL D. PRICE, D. D.
Kings in Judah continued to be
both good and bad. The actions of
the people reflected the attitude of
their monarch. Manasseh and A:n-
on, predecessors of Josiah in the
kingship, were notoriously vile in
what they did and encouraged the
people to do. The pure worship of
Jehovah was discarded for the bas
est forms of idoltry that were ob
served right in Jerusalem. Even
worse, images of licentiousness
were set up inthe temple itself.
Josiah began his reign at the age
of eight. Credit for his right path
way must be given to his advisers,
such as Hilkiah, Shaphan, Huldah
and Shallum. When conscience is
- go plop ByDunkei
By Albert T. Reid
fame. We can never enjoy such
fine assets, until they are bestowed
on us by people who think of us in
mighty fine terms.
Therefore, see the point: If you
would be praised by your fellow
men, you must do something to
make them feel like praising you;
and that takes the most sincere ef
fort of which you are capable and
you must do it first!
Unless you do this generously and
in full measure, and in the self-sacrificing
spirit, you will be held in
the suspicion that you are playing
a game for pay. It is a glorious
thing to live so that everybody loves
I have known several men who
over-rated themselves; built their
own palaces and lived in them
worshipped themselves there. Un
derlings had no access. A suicide
ended one selfish reign; the Insane
asylum partly cured another. The
egotist is blind pity him.
not distorted we usually have a fair
ly safe guide. The statement of the
wife about the collar that her hus
band was examining is also good
for daily practice: "If it is doubtful,
it is dirty." Very early in his reign
Josiah started a general moral
houseeleaning throughout his em
pire. He began in Jerusalem and
within the Temple -itself. Aids to
the idolatry and vileness were de
stroyed. Preparation was made to
call the people back to God and His
ways by getting ready to reestab
lish the warship as of old.
While clearing rubbish from' the
Temple and its adjoining rooms Hil
kiah came upon some rolls of writ
ing on parchment that proved to be
our Pentateuch, in whole or In part.
Herein the very laws regarding cer
emony and worship, as well as rules
for right living, htat had been the
guide of the Hebrew nation from
the -time of the Exodus from Egypt
What Jehovah had delivered by way
or commandments at Mount Sinai
were recorded thereon.
Hilkiah was the high priest He
hastened to Shaphan, the scribe,
and announced, "1 have found the
book of the law in the house of Je
hovah." Then the king was advised
and also rejoiced that now they had
the exact teaching of God concern
ing the work of reform that they
had already undertaken. All these
men in office made careful and per
sonal study that they might act ac
These scriptures were also the
blessed heritage of all the people.
Therefore a summons went forth
that all should assemble in the
courts of the temple and give at
tention to the formal reading of
these rolls, or at least the major
Together with the commands was
the statement of the covenant that
Jehovah would enter Into with them
when they would do their part in
run obedience, Promise of future
blessing Is always made to those
wno win forsake their sins and live
according to the divine will. Josiah
fully Identified himself with his peo
ple and personadv. and on their be
half, revowed unto the Lord. Thus
was the covenant of promise re
newed by the ever-wllline Father.
The vow included "to walk after Je
hovah, and to keep His command
ments, ana His testimonies, and His
statutes, with all his heart, and with
an his soul, to perform the works
of the covenant that were written
In this book." Josiah really meant
business, for the record Is "He caus
ed all to stand to It"
-ne practical annlicatlon is for
each one of us to make fullest use
of this Bible which contains not
onl the same laws of Moses but
also the teachings of Jesus. Benja
min Franklin Bald, "My advice to
you is that you cultivate an ac
quaintance with and a firm belief in
the Holy Scriptures."
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas J. Brady, Pastor!
Next Sunday, the fifth Sunday af
ter Easter, there will be a first mass
in Lena at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Brosnan. This mass
will be at eight o'clock sharp with
confessions before the mass, thus
giving all an opportunity to make
their Easter Duty. There will be a
second mass in Heppner at 11 o'
clock that same day.
Next Friday will be the first Fri
day of the month of May and there
will be mass in the church in Hepp
ner at 7 o'clock, preceded by con
fessions. Benediction of the Bless
ed Sacrament will be given at the
The pastor left Heppner early on
Monday morning to go to Board-
man to superintend the erection of
the new church there. The pastor
expects to hold the first service in
the new church provided the work
can be advanced enough to hold the
service. The pastor will return, to
Heppner on Thursday afternoon
and remain in Heppner until Satur
day when he will leave late in the
afternoon to go to Lena as announc
ed and conduct services there early
The sermon next Sunday in both
places will be upon "Rash Judg
ment and Suspicion."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed was duly appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, executor of the
estate of Dennis Spillane, deceased, and
all persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased, are hereby re
quired to present the same properly
verinea as required Dy law, to ine un
dersigned executor at The First Nation
al Bank. Heppner, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 2nd
aay oi May. i9-.
W. B. MOORE, Executor.
NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION.
PubUe Land Sale. Department of the
Interior, U. S. Land Office at The Dal
les. Oregon, April 23, 1929.
NOTICE is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner of the Gen
eral. Land office, under provisions of
oec. ioo. K. ., pursuant to tne appli
cation of Jerm O'Connor, Serial No.
02674j, we will offer at public sale, to
the highest bidder, but at not less than
$2.50 per acre, at 10:30 o'clock. A. M., on
the 21st day of June, next, at this of
fice, the following tract of land:
SW14 NE14. Sec. 6. T. 5 S., R. 27 E..
W. M. This tract is ordered into the
market on a showing that the greater
portion thereof is mountainous or too
rough for cultivation.
The sale will not be kept open, but
wilt be declared closed when those
present at the hour named have ceased
bidding. The person making the high
est bid will be required to immediately
pay to the Receiver the amount there
of. Any persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to file
their claims, or objections, on or be
fore the time designated for sale.
J. W. DONNELLY, Register.
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON FINAL
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
In the Matter of the Estate of Clara
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned administrator of the
estate of Clara Hescock. deceased, has
filed his Final Report with the Clerk of
the above entitled Court and that the
Judge of said Court has designated
Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1929. at
2 o'clock in the afternoon as the time,
and the rooms of the above entitled
Court in the County Court House at
Heppner, Morrow County. Oregon, as
the place when and where hearing is to
be had thereon. All persons Interested
are hereby notified to then and tere
appear and show cause. If any they
have, why said report should not be ap
proved, the administrator discharged,
his bondsmen exhonerated and the es
Dated this 2nd day of May, 1929.
C. W. DOERING, Administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Morrow County, administratrix
of the estate of George W. Hnerrv. de
ceased, and all persons havlne claims
against the estate of said deceased, are
nereby required to present the same,
properly veritled as required by law.
to said administratrix, at the law of
fice of Jos. J. Nys, at Heppner, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
Dated and first published this 25th
aay oi April, 1H-9.
MARY J. SPERRY,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
In the County Court of the State of
uregon ior Morrow county.
In the Matter of the Estate of Lydia
Notice is herebv a-iven that the under.
signed administrator of the estate of
L,yoia interne, deceased, will, on Sat
urday, the 4th dav of Mav. 1B29. at the
hour of 10 o'cock in the forenoon of
saia aay, at the front door of the
court House in Heppner, Oregon, sell
to the highest bidder for cash in hand
the following described real estate, sit
uated in Morrow County, Oregon, to
wit: Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block f, Cluff'i
Fifth Addition to lone, Oregon.
Dated this 2nd day of April. 1929.
T. C. TROGE,
Administrator of the Estate of
Lydia Ritchie, deceased.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATU OF OREGON FOR MOR
The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a
Leroy Virgil Woodard, same person as
u. v. wooaara, ana L,lllle May wood
ard, husband and wife; J, B. Way
hiiu jnaurine way, nusoana ana wile;
West Extension National Farm Loan
Association, a corporation; N. W.
Usher and Frank Partlow,
To N. W. Usher and Frank Partlow,
IN THE NAME OF THE HTATSVntr
OREGON: You are herebv rennireH tn
appear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the absve entitled Suit
within four weeks from the date of the
first publication of this Summons, and
if you fall to appear and answer plain
tiffs complaint, or otherwise plead
thereto, for want thereof, the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
orayed for in Its comnlalnt. which la
as follows, to-wit:
f or a Judgment aea nst the riafen.
dants Leroy Virgil Woodard, same per
son as L. V. Woodard, and Llllle May
Woodard. husband and wife: J B Wn
and Maurine Way, husband and wife,
and West Extension National Farm
Loan Association, a corporation, for
the sum of $45.60 with Interna) t tha
rate of 8 Der annum from the Mrrt
day of December, 1926; the further sum
of $45.50 with interest at the rate of
8 per annum from the 23rd day of
June, 1927; the further sum of $45.60
with interest at the rate of 8 per an
num from the 23rd day of December,
1927; the further sum of $45.50 with
interest at the rate of 8 per annum
from the 23rd day of June, 1928; the
further sum of $1302.06 with interest at
the rate of 64 per annum from the
23rd day of June, 1928 ; the further sum
of $29.32 with interest at the rate'of 8
Eer annum from the 6th day of Octo
er, 1926, and for any sum or sums paid
by the plaintiff In payment of delin
quent taxes subsequent to the filing of
plaintiff's complaint and prior to entry
of decree, together with Interest on
said sums at the rate of 8 per annum
from the date of payment. The fur
ther sum of $26.00; the further sum of
$150.00 attorney s fee in the above en
titled suit and plaintiff's costs and dis
bursements incurred in said suit, and
that the sum of $70.00 stock in plain
tiff's bank held In trust by said Bank
for the defendant. West Extension Na
tional Farm Loan Association be can
celled and the proceeds thereof applied
to the satisfaction of plaintiff's judg
ment That the mortgage which plain
tiff holds on the following described
real property in Morrow County, State
of Oregon, to-wit:
That part of the Northwest quarter
of the Northwest quarter of Section
twenty-one in Township Four North of
Range twenty-five. East of Willamette
Meridian, lying Northerly of a line
drawn parallel with and distant 100
feet Northerly, measured at right an
gles from the center line of the main
canal of the West Extension of the
Umatilla Project as now constructed
and containing a total of thirty-two
and three-fourths acres, more or less,
and of which amount a total of twenty
six acres, more or less Is irrigable land,
subject to the exceptions and reserva
tions contained in the deed from the
Northern Pacific Railway Company for
said land and subject to the U. S. Rec
lamation law and rules and regulations
be foreclosed, and the mortgaged prem
ises be sold at foreclosure sale and the
proceeds applied to the payment of
plaintiff's judgment Including costs and
attorney's fees and that all of the de
fendants be foreclosed of and from all
right, title, claim or interest in the
premises described in said mortgage,
and herein described, except the statu
tory right of redemption, and for such
other and further relief as to the Court
may seem mete and equitable.
This summons is published by virtue
of an order of the Hon. R. L. Benge,
Judge of the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow County, made
and entered on the 10th day of April,
1929, which order provided that this
summons be published in the Heppner
Gazette Times, a newsDaner of general
circulation, published in Heppner, Mor
row County, Oregon, for the period of
lour weeks, and the date of first pub
lication of this summons is April 11,
C. L. SWEEK.
Attorney for the Plaintiff,
Address: Heppner, Oregon.
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, administrator of
the estate of Charles O. Ayers, deceas
ed. All persons having claims against
said estate must present same to the
undersigned at the office of C. L. Sweek
In Heppner, Oregon, duly verified as
required by law on or before six
months from the date of first publica
tion of this notice.
Date of first publication April 1L
Administrator of the Estate of
- narles u, Ayers, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is herebv iriven that the tin.
dersigned administrator of the Estate
of Hiram E. Clark, deceased, has filed
nis nnai account in tne County Com
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
county, ana mat said Court has dee
lgnated as the time and nlacn for hear.
ing on said final account Mnv r iqto
at the hour of 10.00 o'clock A M nf ih
saia uay in tne court Roum of said
j-ourt in Heppner, Oregon. Anyone
u-viiik uujecuona to saia nnm Hmmnt
must file same on or before said date
lhls notice is nublished bv virtue nf
ii oruer oi tne county court made and
entered on the 23rd day of March, 1929.
E. E. CLARK,
Administrator of the Estate of
HIRAM E. CLARK, deceased.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BALE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STAT- OF OREGON FOR MORROW
George W. Dykstra, Plaintiff,
Sherman Wakefield and Nancy J. Wake
neia, (also Known as Jane Wakefield)
his wife; William Salzewedell, and
The Pennsylvania Fire Insurance
Company, a corporation. Defendants.
Notice Is hereby given that, by virtue
oi an execution and order ot sale issu
ed out of the above entitled court In
the above entitled cause, to me directed
ana uatea tne -na dav or Anr . 1B'
unon a decree rendered and entered 1
saia court on the 30th day of March.
1929, In favor of George W. Dykstra,
piainiin. ana against tne aenrendants,
snerman wnKetleia, Nancy J, Wake
field (also known as Jane Wakefield)
William Salzewedell. and The Pennsvl
vania Fire Insurance Comnnnv a rnr.
poratlon, for the sum of $3672.15, with
interest tnereon at the rate of 9 ner
cent per annum from the 2nd day of
iprn, itf-o, less tne sum ot $D4.UU, and
the further sum of $390.00 attorney's
fees, and the further sum of $43.15
costs ana disbursements and accruing
costs of and upon this writ. I will, on
the 4th day of May, 1929, at the hour
oi in ociock in the forenoon of said
day, at the , front door of the Court
House in the City of Heppner, Morrow
County, State of Oregon, sell at public
auction, subject to confirmation of the
auove entuiea court ana subject to re
deropllon by the said defendants, all
the right title and Interest which the
above named defendants had on the 4th
day of February, 1919, the date of the
mortgage herein foreclosed, or since
that date had in and to the following
described real property, to-wit:
The West twenty (20) feet of Lots
numbered One (1) and Two (2) and the
i ininy uu) ieet ot ,ots numbered
Seven (7) and Eight (8) in Block num
bered Nine (9) In Stansbury's Addition
to the town (now City) of Heppner, in
the County of Morrow and state of
uregon, to satisfy saia execution, or
der and decree, interest, nnstn nnH ac
t . C. J: D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon,
Dated this 2nd day of April, 1929.
First publication April 4. 1929.
Last publication May 2. 1929. .
NOTICE OF PINAL SBTTLKMCKfT.
Notice is herehv elven that Ih-nnriAK.
niKneq nas men nis nnai account as
administrator of the estate nt r-hnrU.
A. Harrington, deceased, and that the
County Court of the State of Oregon
ior imirrow county nas appointed Mon
day, the 6th day of May, 1929, at the
hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day as the time, and the County
uui i noum in tne court House at
Henpnner as the nlace. of hearine- nnH
settlement of said final account. Ob
jections to said final account must be
rueu on or before saw date.
H. J. CASON. Administrator.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
DeDartment nf the TtiteHnr tt a
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, Mar,'
NOTICE Is hernhv irlvan that Doi-Mo
Wavel Wilkinson, whose post-office ad
dress is Hennner Oreo-nti rilH nn th
3rd day of December, 1925, Hie in this
office Sworn Statement and Application
No. 024966, to purchase the SW"4SEW,
Section 6. Township 4 South, Range 28
East. Willamette Meridian, end the tim
ber thereon, under the provisions of the
act of June 8, 1878, and acts amenda
tory, known as the "Timber and Stone
Law. at such vnliia an mltrht Ha fvaA
by appraisement, and that, pursuant to
such aDnlicatlnn. the land nnH tlm
thereon have been appraised, One hun
dred thirty-five dollars, the timber es
timated 60 M board feet at $1.50 per M,
ami the land $60.00; that said applicant
will offer final proof In support of his
a"ppllcatlon and sworn XTm'ent on the
31st day of May, 1929, before Gay M.
Anderson, United States Commissioner,
at Heppner, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or Initiate
a contest at any time before patent Is
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
in this office, alleging facts which would
defeat the entry.
J. W. DONNELLY. Register.
Mar. 14-May 16
I am prepared to take care of a
limited number of maternity cases.
Room and board reasonable.
MRS. O. 0. AIKEN .
Box 14. HEPPNER Phone 976
Leave orders at Peoples Hardware
DR. ARTHUR CRAIG
Case Bulldinf, Entrance Center St,
Telephone Main 101
Open Evenings and Sundays by
DR. A. H. JOHNSTON
PHYSICIAN AND BUROEON
Graduate Nurse Assistant
L O. O. P, BuTLDINQ
Phones: Offloe, Main 933; Res. 492.
' Heppner, Oregon
DR. J. H. McCRADY
I. O. O. T. BuTLDXNI)
Frank A. McMenamin
Phone BE aeon 44S1
1014 Northwestern Bank Building,
Residence, GArfleld 1948
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND BUBOIIOH
Trained None Assistant
Office In Masonic Building
C L. SWEEK
' Offices in
Pint National Bank Bollduur
Mrs. Besalo Mollanan, R. N., Snpt
Wards and Private Rooms.
A. H. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
Phone Main 822
Office In Court House
Farm and Personal Property BaUa
"The Man Who Talks to Beat
Q. L. BENNETT, Le-lngUn, Oregon
J. 0. PETERSON
Latest Jewelry and Gift Goods
Watches - Clocks - Diamonds
Expert Watch and Jewelry
F. W. TURNER & CO.
PERU, AUTO AND LITE
Old Line Campanits. Rl Eftata.
JOS. J. NYS
Roberts Building, Willow Street
J. Perry Conder, N. D.
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HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING
Office Phone 02, Residence Phone OS. j
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Oldest Practicing Physician In Mor-
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age of fatality and greatest percent
age of benefit
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GENERAL REPAIR WORK
708 PEOPLES HARDWARE GO.