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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1929.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March 30. 1SS3;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18. 1S97:
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 191S.
Published every Thursday morning by
TAWTEB and SPENCER CRAWFORD
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner. Oregon, as second-class matter.
ADVERTISING SATES GIVEN OH
One Year .: 2-00
Three Months .
Single Copies .
Official Paper for Morrow Const;.
He who profit! by crime is polity
of it. Seneca.
LIONS COME TO HEPPNER.
The Lions International, one of
the outstanding service clubs of the
world, has come to Heppner. This
will explain unearthly, guttural
roars of the jungle which may
awaken local people from the sound
slumbers of the small hours of the
night So, don't be alarmed.
It is hoped, however, that the
Lions will be the means of disturb
ing daylight slumbers along with
those of the night If the work of
the organization at large is re
flected to a degree locally, such will
be the case and a new era in the
business life of the community may
The work of the Lions will be to
seek a better understanding among
business men that they may work
unitedly for a better spirited, more
progressive Heppner. Elimination
of competition is not thought of.
But the ideal of the Lions is to fos
ter understanding and fair-mindedness
that will give business men
confidence in their competitors, do
away with petty strife and jealousy,
and make of competition the heal
thy, stimulating factor that it
should be to trade in general.
The Lions should be of great ben
efit in building up commercial re
lationships within the town, and no
doubt will be the means of invigora
ting the commercial life in general.
Too much cannot be expected in
this regard, however, for the mem
bership is limited. The big hope
lies in the founding of a commercial
organization with open membership,
which it is hoped will not be long
in coming, to solve the major trade
problems of the city.
The new service organization can
be looked to, it is believed, to have
a leading part in civic projects of
various nature, thus taking the
place in a larger way of the Hepp
ner Business Men's Lunhceon club,
which organization it succeeds. For
the real object of the club, en toto,
is to be of service to the community
through any medium which pre
sents itself, and lends itself most
readily to the use of the club.
We welcome the Lions to Hepp
ner. We believe in them. And
though H. L. Mencken and Sinclair
Lewis have added greatly to their
own notoriety by holding such or
ganizations up to ridicule by belit
tling the Babbitts of the world
still these organizations continue to
grow and to accomplish good wher
ever they function.
THE WORLD SERIES.
AGAIN we are confronted with
the phenomena of the World
Series. No game ever before has
held the undivided attention of an
entire nation for so long a period.
From 1&84, when Providence won
laurels as the World Series winner,
right up to 1928, when the crown
went to New York, interest has
been intense in every corner of the
land. And now evryone is asking:
What team will bring home the ba
con in 1929? Philadelphia? Chi
Since the inauguration of the
World Series, many things have
happened to captivate the fancy of
a curious world. Radio, the mod
ern miracle. The development of
aviation. The epic-making flight of
Lindbergh and the astonishing feat
of the Graf Zeppelin. The growth
of motion pictures and the inven
tion of the "talkies."
There are a thousand more things
Mtimy (aai ffieflamt
International Sunday School Lesson for
BE VIEW: SIGNIFICANCE OP THE
EXILE AND RESTORATION
Golden Text Psalm 103:17
Rev. Samuel D. Price, D.D.
The review lesson is like clinch
ing the nail. A careful study of this
quarterly lesson will help to hold
the facts in memory, and especially
as you are putting the truths into
practice in your life. Something over
150 years in time are covered in the
past twelve lessons. The title gives
the two subdivisions from the his
torical standpoint: Exile and Res
toration. Those who are seeking to get all
out of this course that is possible
will read the entire books from
which these lessons are taken, and
they are Ezeklel, Daniel, Ezra, Ne
hemlah and Malachi. You should
read at least the selected portions
that were studied in connection
with each lesson. Very little suc
cess comes without genuinely hard
Since history is usually centered
about the lives of individual lead
ers you can get much by giving
special attention to the biography
of the men whose books are named
above. Then look up Esther as she
is contemporary, though no lesson
was given this quarter of her life.
Also look up the secular history of
that century and a half. You will
to do than there were in the old
days. And so perhaps many of the
diversions are being forgotten.
But one thing has an eternal
charm. Baseball will never lose its
place in the affections of the multi
tude. The World Series of 1929 is
looked forward to as eagerly as was
the World Series of 1909. Other
things may change but the heart
of the American is still the heart of
a boy who knows that one of the
most important things in the world
is to keep right on playing.
No, Sir! Nothing's going to dis
tract us from the World Series.
Thru a term of years a system of
selling supplies to high schood pu
pils has grown up outside the fold
of regular established business. It
went swimmingly until its promot
ers and managers became so bold
and greedy that they aroused the
suspicion of school authorities and
this awakened the local commun
ities to self defense. Thanks to the
initiative of Supt Williams, daylight
has been thrown on the system In
On the opening day of school if
possible, and some time in the first
week at all events, high power sales
men appear and seek to meet offi
cers of the classes and of the stu
dent body. Persuasive insistence,
flattery and small gifts are em
ployed to land the order for an
nouncements, cards, diplomas, rings
and other supplies which will not be
delivered or used for many months.
As a rule it is figured that the first
agent who shows up will hypnotize
or flatter his customers into order
ing, and competitors or later com
ers are out of luck, as they do not
even get a "look-in."
When these salesmen now appear,
the superintendent refuses to per
mit them to see the student officers
and refers them to local business
houses handling the same line of
goods they offer. This has devel
oped the fact that the same goods
can be bought very materially low
er than the agents offer, or that
other merchandise of equal merit
can be had at a still greater saving.
For instance, an agent who sold
commencement announcements last
year showed up at school Tuesday
of last week. Under his scale of
prices 20 announcements and 100
cards would cost $6.30, and that was
the burden he laid on parents last
year. Another line of announce
ments is available which is not dis
tinguishable from the first but
which can be bought for $2.30 to
$2.80 for the same order. The su
perintendent's action saved the par
ents of each pupil at least one half
on announcements, which certain
ly is sufficient indictment of the old
BANK CATTLE NOT TAXABLE.
Cattle or sheep taken over by a
bank are not taxable as personal
property while in bank ownership,
even though that ownership is tem
porary. This point was brought out
at the recent "assessor convention in
Real estate is the only property
upon which banks now may be tax
ed in Oregon. Neither their fixtures,
personal property, money, deposits,
accounts receivable, securities or
any other property, except real es
tate, is subject to the ad valorem
This is not new. It is a situation
resulting from the federal act reg
ulating national bank taxation. Un
der that act the states are not per
mitted to tax personal property of
national banks, except through the
indirect methods of taxing the value
of their shares or income.
This deprivation was of little con
cern to states and localities so long
as shares could be assessed by local
assessors, who saw to it that little
was overlooked in the way of as
sets; in fact, went so far in Oregon
as to assess the banks heavier than
most other lines of business. Banks
had to pay the same tax rates as
other assessed property. But with
the share tax abadoned as a result
of court decisions in the bank tax
cases, the exemption of bank per
sonalty looms up like a discrimin
ation. The small return collectible
from banks under the new "excise
tax" law will not begin to compare
with what other classes of taxpay
ers have to pay on their personal
property. The situation will become
I more and more apparent as the new
1 tax law is administered. It ought
observe the rise and fall of vast em
pires; Babylonia, Persia and Greece,
The horizon of Israel was greatly
broadened during the years of Ex
ile. They began to realize that
there were other nations that were
playing a great part in the life of
the world. They had been largely
an agricultural nation, but the con
tacts in Babylon thrust them into
the commercial activities that they
have ever since maintained. Their
cultural development was increas
ed as they became students in the
schools of other nations.
A purpose from Jehovah's angle
was to stamp out idolatry which in
Palestine was polluting them phy
sically and enervating them spirit
ually. They went back to Jerusalem
to live according to the Law of God.
To be sure there were lapses: there
always are. They rebuilt the Tern
pie and then protected it by placing
a good wall around the city. The
rolls of the Law were studied that
they might follow the teachings
both as they applied to sacrifices
and to the manner of their dally
Individual relationship and re
sponsibility unto God was under
stood. This aroused personal con
science and no one could hide be
hind a people's sacrifice. Each must
live rightly ad justly before both
God and man. They had experienced
both the mercy and forgiveness of
their loving Jehova. Through
prophecy they could look for their
greatest , blessings In the future
when the Messiah snouiu come.
j Proud Owner Shows Champion
"Ycu (I Do's Grey Creampot ot W.
and its owner Mrs.
Mrs. Edna L. Knight, Willow
meadow Jersey Farm, Willows.
California, one of the few women
breeders of livestock and success
ful, too -will exhibit her prize-winning
Jerseys at the 19th Annua
Pacific International Livestock Ex
position, Portland, Oregon, Oct. 20
Nov. 2, inclusive. .
This year, for the first time, the
American Jersey Cattle Club has
selected Pacific International to be
one of the four sectional shows in
the United States. This makes
available awards for All-American
honor in the Jersey division of
the West's greatest livestock
classic. The Club has also added
$1,000.00 to the Exposition's prize
moLey, bringing the total premiums
offered for Jerseys alone up to
$3,500.00. Total prize money for
all classes aggregates $100,000.00.
New features announced for this
year's Exposition are the 2000
coop display of the Oregon Poultry
Food for Reflection.
The newspaper is the great edu
cator of the masses today. Where
one reads a two dollar book, five
thousand read the five cent daily.
Since this is true, the editor should
spend a good deal of time on his
knees, it seems to me, with his mind
fixed on the Giver of all good; none
the less should the contributor for
the newspaper wrestle in prayer; if
the blind lead the blind, both shall
fall in the ditch. ,
I go to my newspaper every day
for information for counsel. Such
of it as I don't like, I don't take,
Since humanity is pretty much the
same the world over, I assume that
you do the same.
I am interested in the legislative
problem of reapportioning the state
for the purpose of securing better
representative government; I am
not interested in the kind of hosiery
worn by the king of Siam or the
sultan of Turkey.
Which leads to the thought: If
our daily newspapers were shorn of
to be corrected. It cannot be cor
rected without permission of Con
gress. The issue will be before Con
Do your wash in an hour
your ironing in less than 2 hours
A SHIRT in a Thor soon
parts with its grimy
hue at neckband and
cuffs. Chiffons and fine
underthings, this washer
gently, carefully laun
ders. It never takes more
than 7 minutes to clean
thoroughly a tubful of
clothes. All you have to
do is fill the lovely, apple
green, porcelain tub,
switch on the controls,
feed the pieces through
the electric wringer. Pay
$1 down now! Let Thor
do your very next wash
ing. $5.65 monthly,
From washer to
ironer in a jiffy
To tranform yonr Thor washer to an ironer, lift
off the wringer and fit on the attachable ironer.
One motion clamps down shoe, starts roll. Has
entirely open end for shirts, skirts, frocks. Ironer,
$1 down, $3.25 monthly, 149.75 rash. Washer
and ironer, $1 down, $8.40 monthly, $149.50 cash.
Pacific Power & Light Company
"Always at your service"
M.", Junior Champion Jersey Cow
Edna L. Knight.
and Pet Stock Show; Junior Agrl.
cultural activities in the new J. C.
Penney Hall; and the Oregon Flh
and Came Commission's Exhibit ot
Wild Life (including a Fish Hatch
ery in lull operation). Altogether,
the 1929 program will offer great
er variety than ever before 12
complete shows Pure Bred Live
stock Show; Fat Stock Show;
Dairy, Manufacturer's and Land
Products Shows; Sheep Show;
American National Fox Show; Na
tional Wool Show; Industrial Ex
position; Boys' and Girls' Club
Work Exhibits; Northwest Hay
and Grain Show; and world-renowned
Horse Show. Including
among other spectacular events
the Six-Horse Team Driving con
tests during each of the seven
Special reduced fares to the Ex
position will be in effect on all
leading transportation lines In this
much that is the merest rubbish,
there would be less volume, but
more that is useful to our people.
. . . The Sunday edition might be
cut almost in half.
'O," some one says, "we are not
all alike; some want to know about
the king of Siam the sultan of
Turkey; they must have Sunday
reading. I grant it But our aim,
it seems to me, should not be to
kill time, but to store our minds
with useful Information. There
would be a better world if there
were no prize-fighters in It; there
would be a more useful citizenry if
men and women busied their minds
with things calculated to make the
I'd rather study business, or even
politics, on Sunday, than possible
championships in utterly useless oc
cupations. Life is too short to waste
valuable time in worthless things.
I like my paper to contain, first
of all, news. Next, such leisure
reading as cannot fail to be instruc
tive to me in things calculated to
elevate and uplift a frail and falter
gress this winter. Bankers recog
nize the injustice and are coopera
ting to obtain reasonable amend-
ment of the federal act.
"Jupe" has at last come out of
hiding, and his visitation to Morrow
county the first of the week was
greeted with broad smiles. Folks
may now light-heartedly enjoy the
Rodeo, with the knowledge that fall
seeding may be proceeded with Im
mediately it is over, and the assur
ance that the new crop will get off
to a good start
It has been a dry summer in east
ern Oregon. But then summer Is
usually dry here. Rains at the
proper season is what Is needed,
and we have got them in June
and September. June rains help
the grain to fill; September rains
give the new crop a start, as well
as bring out the grass on the fall
range. Prosperity do smile.
The early completion of the Wil
low creek market road Is hoped for.
Now is the time to see that It is
dona while machinery and equip
ment are on the ground. It is not
asking too much to have one good
road into Morrow county's timbered
Summer changed to fall on sched
uled time this year. Witness the
chilly days of the past week.
Welcome to Rodeo, folks!
HAS PARALYTIC STROKE.
Andrew Neal, 81 years of age, suf
fered a third stroke of paralysis
Tuesday night and since that time
has been in a critical condition.
Thursday evening he had improved
practically none and but little hope
was held for his recovery. His first
stroke was five years ago. Mrs. Neal
and his daughter, Mrs. H. S. Perry,
and son, Jeff Neal, are at his bed
side. Just the hour the stroke came is
not known as no one knew of it un
til morning. His right side is paral
yzed and he can neither eat nor
talk. Condon Globe-Times.
Anson Wright was down from his
farm home at Hardman on Satur
day. He makes report that many
farmers of that section are busy
with their fall seeding regardless
of the lack of rain.
Wanted House to rent Gene
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Multnomah county to me directed in
that certain action pending in said
court wherein The First National Bank
of Hermiston. Oregon, a corporation, as
Slaintiff, recovered judgment against H.
. Cason, defendant, on the Tenth day
of August, 1929, which judgment was
ior tne sum ot ibs.s wnn interest at
the rate of Eight per cent per annum
from December Twenty-seventh, 1927.
and Eight per cent interest on $25.00
irom December Twenty-seventh, mzf,
to June Twenty-second. 1928; the fur
ther sum of $50.00 with Interest at the
rate of Six per cent per annum from
the Tenth day of August, 1929, and the
sum of $21.50 costa and disbursements
in said action, I will, on the Nineteenth
day of October. 1929, at the hour of
Ten o'clock A. M. of said day, at the
front Joor of the County court house
in Heppner, Morrow County, State of
Oregon, offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, for
the purpose of satisfying the above
mentioned judgment and accruing costs
of sale, all of the following described
real property In Morrow County, State
of Oregon, to-wit
Southeast quarter of the North
east quarter of Section Twenty-four
(24) In Township Four (4) North,
Range Twenty-Four (24), E. W. M.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County.
27-31 State of Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed by the Coun-
arc easy to
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ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow Countv executor of the estate
of Alice Dingiuon, deceased, and that
all persons having claims against the
said estate must present the same, duly
verified according to law, to me at the
office of my attorney. S. E. Notaon. In
i-ieppner, Oregon, within six months
from the dute of the ilrst oublication
of this notice, which date of first pub
lication la September 19. 1929.
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE OF
SEAL PROPERTY. .
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
tieorge H. Pointer. Donald Robert
Pointer, Charles Frederick Pointer,
and Jessie Harriet Pointer, Minora.
Notice is hereby given that, in pur
suance of an order of sale made and
entered in the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow County on
uie ara aay oi eepieniuer, iy-y, me
undersigned Guardian of the persons
and estate of Geroge II. Pointer, Don
ald Robert Pointer. Charles Frederick
Pointer, and Jessie Harriet Pointer,
minors, will, on Saturday, the 6th day
of October, 1929, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at
the front door of the Court House In
Hemmer. Morrow Countv. Oreeon. ot
ter for sale and sell to the highest bid
der for cash, and subject to confirma
tion of said Court, all the right, title,
interest and estate of the said minors
in and to the following described real
property, subject to the dower interest
of Maude H. Pointer, to-wit: Lota 8
and 9, in Block IB of the Town of Lex
ington, Morrow County. Oregon.
MAUDE H. POINTER.
Guardian of the persons and
estate of George H. Pointer,
Donald Robert Pointer, Charles
Frederick Pointer, and Jessie
25-29 Harriet Pointer, minors.
Date of first publication, September
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County administrator of
the estate of Ennna E. Sherman, de
ceased, and that all persona having
claims against said estate must present
the same, duly verltled according to
law. to me at the onlce oi my attorney,
S. E. Notson. in Heppner, Oregon, with
in six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice, said date oE
first publication being September 12,
LLOYD A. SHERMAN,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been up pointed by tiie Coun
ty Court of the Statu of Oregon for
Morrow County administratrix of the
eatate of Julia Ann Matteson, deceased,
and that all persons having claims
against the said estate must present the
same, auiy vennea accoruing 10 law,
to me at the office of my attorney, S. E,
Notson, In Heppner, Oregon, within six
months from the dute of the first oubli
cation of this notice, said date of first
publication being tne otn day oi sep
25-29 A d 1 n i n i s t ra t r i x .
NOTICE OF TINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has tiled his final account as ad
ministrator c. t. a. of the estate of
James C. Kirk, deceased, and the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow Lounlv mis aimonued Alonuay,
the 7th day of October. 19119. at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
as the time, and tne county court room
in the court house at Hrppner, Oregon,
as the place, of hearing and settlement
of salt! final account. Objections to
said final account must be tiled on or
before paid date.
S. E. NOTSON.
Administrator c. t. a. of the Estate
25-29 of James C. Kirk, deceased.
NOTICE OP FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby "given that the un
dersigned administratrices of the estate
of Mary Hughes, deceased, have Illed
their final account with the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Mor
row County, and that said court has set
Monday, the 4th day of November, 1929,
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, at the County Court room at the
Court Iloue at Heppner, Oregon, as the
time and place of hearing objections to
said final account and the settlement of
said estate, and all persons having ob
jections thereto are hereby required to
file the same on or before the time set
for said hearing.
Dated this lbth day of September.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned will receive sealed bida
until 1D:U0 o'clock A. M., the 2nd day of
October. 1929, and immediately there
after the bids received will be publicly
opened by the County Court, at the
County Court Room in the Courthouse
in Heppner, Oregon, for the purchase
of an Issue of bonds of Morrow County
for the construction of permanent roads
therein In the sum of Sixty Thousand
Dollars ($60,01)0), said bonds to be In
denominations of One Thousand Dol
lars ($1,000) each, numhered 1 to 60 In
clusive to bear date October 1, 1929,
and to mature serially in numerical or
der at the rate of Three Thousand Dol
lars ($3,000) on the first day of Octo
ber in each of the years 1935 to 1954 in
clusive, said bonds to bear interest at
the rate of not to exceed five and one
half per cent (5 .) per annum, pay
able semi-annually on the first days of
April and October, principal ana in
terest payable in United States gold
coin at the office of the County Treas
urer In Heppner, Oregon,
All bids must be unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check for
The Court reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
The approving legal opinion of
MesHrs. Teal, Winfree, MeCulloch and
Shuler will be furnished the successful
(SEAL) GAY M. ANDERSON,
- County Clerk. Heppner, Oregon.
NOTICE WESTLAND IRRIGATION
DISTRICT MEETING OF BOARD
Notice Is hereny given that the board
of directors of Westland Irrigation Dis
trict, acting as a board of equalization,
will meet at the office of the district in
Hermiston, Oregon, on the first Tues
day in October, 1929, at 7 o'clock P. M.,
for the purpose of reviewing and cor
recting its assessment and apportion
ment of district taxes to be levied in
said district for the year 1929.
Dated this 26th day of August, 1929.
24-28 J. W. MESSNER, Secretary.
NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an order of sale heretofore
duly made and entered of record in the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Marlon, In the mat
ter of the estate of Sarah J. Basey,
deceased, I will, as executrix of the es
tate of said decedent, sell at private
sale for cash in hand on the day of sale,
all of the right, title and Interest of the
estate of the said Sarah J. Basey, de
ceased, In and to the following describ
ed real property, torwlt:
The Northwest quarter of Section 10
in Township 8 South of Range Twenty
five East of the Willamette Meridian in
Morrow County, Oregon;
Also the West half (Vj) of the North
East quarter OA) and the North half
(Ms) of the South East quarter () of
Viouth of Range Twenty-live (25) East
Save and except 95 acres more or less
heretofore deed to Olass, leaving in
said above tracts 225 acres of land.
That said salo will bo held at the of
fice of the Heppner Gazette Times in
the City of Heppner, Morrow County,
Oregon, on ami after the 30th day of
September, 1929, and that sealed bids
will be received by the undersigned up
until 10 o'clock of said day.
The above sale-is made subject to the
dower Interest oil the husband of said
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 29th
day of August, 1929.
LUCINDA berilla halbert.
Exeeuirix of the last will and testa
ment and estate of Saruh J. Basey,
DR. J. L. CALLAWAY
Phone 93 Heppner, Oregon
I am prepared to take care of a
limited number of maternity casea.
Room and board reasonable.
MKS. G. C. AIKEN
Box 142 HEPPNEB Phon 975
Leave orders at Peoples Hardware
DR. C. W. BARR
Cue Building, Entrance Center St
Telephone Main lull
Open Evenings and Sundays by
DR. A. II. JOHNSTON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Graduate Nurse Assistant
L O. O. P. BUILDING
Phones-: Office, Main 933; Res. 492.
DR. J. II. McCRADY
I. O. O. F. BUILDING
Frank A. McMenamin
Phone BEaeon 4461
1014 Northwestern Bank Building.
Residence, GArfleld 1949
A. I). McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Trained None Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
C L. SWEEK
First National Bank Building
If OS PIT AT. ""ral7 Cases
Mrs. Elsie Mollahan, R. N., Snpt.
Wards and Private Rooms.
A. H. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
Phone Main 322 Heppner. Ore.
S. E. NOTSON
Office In Court House
Farm and Personal Property Sales
"The Man Who Talks to Beat
0. X. BENNETT, Lexington, Oregon
J. 0. PETERSON
Ijitast Jpwclry and Gift Goods
VVutahes Clocks - Diamonds
Expert Watch and Jewelry
P. W. TURNER & CO.
FIRE, ATTO AND LIFE
Old Line Companies. Real Estate.
JOS. J. NYS
Roberts Building, Willow Street
J. Perry Condcr, N. D.
20th year In praotioe in Heppner and
' Morrow County.
HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING
Office Phone 02, Residence Phone 03.
TTncnlril r. J. Perry Condor
llUSJlldl Physician in charge
Oldest Institution nf Honling and
Oldest Practicing Physician in Mor
row County : with the least percent
age of fatality and greatest percent
age of benefit.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
WHEN IN TROUBLE CALL
70S PEOPLES HARDWARE 00.