PAGE SIX HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1930. THE HEPPNER GAZETTE, Established March 30, 1SS3; THE HEPPNER TIMES. Established November IS, 1S97; CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1912. Published every Thursday morning by VAWTEB Mid SFENCEB CBAWFOBD and entered at the Post Office at Hepp ner, Oregon, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING BATES GIVES ON APPLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year Six Months Three Months Single Copies . 12.00 . 1.00 , .75 . .06 Official Paper for Morrow County. GROUND FOR ENCOURAGE MENT. THE first detailed report of the National Business Survey Con ference apointed last fall by Presi dent Hoover is encouraging to ev erybody except chronic pessimists and those who for personal or poli tical reasons would like to make conditions appear worse than they are. In many lines of industry, Chair man Barnes reports, conditions are ai-tnallv better than they were a year ago. In the few where they are not so good, the difference be tween thfe period of 1930 and the corresponding period of 1929 is very small, and is diminishing. Credit is getting easier every where. A third more long-term bonds have been marketed this win ter than last year. Bank rates are steadily declining. Savings bank de posits are increasing in the East Life insurance companies wrote 3 percent more business in February than one year earlier, thus justify ine the estimate of increased in vestment reserves in their hands. Building and loan associations re port increased deposits. More farm loans are being made, but there is a marked falling off in foreclosures and delinquencies. Instalment sales are up to last year's and payments are being kept up. Public utilities have begun a program of new con struction which will run about $400,- 000,000 more than 1929. Construc tion work, except in residential building, is much ahead of last year. Road building contracts let in Jan uary and February are 82 percent ever 1929. New building contracts in the second week in March were the highest in eight weeks, and are expected to increase as mortgage money becomes more freely avail able. Railroads have orders out for more rails, more locomotives and almost as many new cars as last year, and railroad payrolls for Feb ruary were higher than in Febru ary 1929. The commitments of the raliroads call for spending $140,000,- 000 more in the first six months of this year than in the first half of last year. Electric railways are spending $44,000,000 more for the year. Shipyards are active, employ ing 28 percent more men in Febru ary than in February a year ago and 10 percent more than in Novem ber. Telephone expenditures for the year will run $66,000,000 above 1929. More radio sets were sold since New Year's than a year ago. Elec tric light and power companies are carrying out their promise to spend $65,000,000 more this year than last. Iron and steel output is increasing. Automobile production is proceed ing at rate to build 4,600,000 cars this year, with payrolls in the in dustry for February 25 percent higher than January and 28 percent above December. Farm implements business is about 5 percent off. Tex tiles are from four to 17 percent below normal for the season. Book and job printing was two percent im&atj idjool Ifosamt International San day School Lesson for April 13 THE CHILD AND THE KINGDOM Matthew 18:1-6, 12-14; 19:13-15. Rev. Samuel D. Price, D.D. Children had their place In inaug urating the first Palm Sunday when Jesus went in triumph from Beth any to Jerusalem. At first they are not mentioned but they certainly were everywhere in the crowd that thronged the route. Then we find them singing praises in the Temple and Jesus was heartened thereby. It was about eight months earlier when the disciples asked the ques tion that is part of this lesson study. Read both Matthew 18 and 19 for all the related facts. Much has been said recently about the. Kingdom of Heaven that was in process of for mation. Even the disciples had mis taken ideas about this and were discussing the relative fitness with in the group for high places in the new reign. On a secret ballot there might have been one vote for each as prime minister. It was not in any sense of modesty that the Mas ter was asked "Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?" It appears at first as if Jesus had not heard for He Is looking about for a child. When attention is at tracted He beckons the little one to come up close. While nothing Is said on the subject it is safe to conclude that no one in all Nazareth was as popular with the children as was Jesus. Children always know whom they can trust. They were never afraid of that kindly look and invit ing voice. They must have throng ed Him, and especially when He was ready to tell them one of His stories. A child helps In the acted parable as the Teacher tells them that they must become converted and be as little children If they would qualify for this kingdom of God. Some of greater than last year and newspa per production three percent higher in February. Those are not generalizations or guesses. They are specific facts. They are something to show to the grumbler who declares that things are getting worse instead of better. As a matter of cold fact, this coun try has never before experienced so wide-spread a depression from which recovery began to quickly. It started in the East, and recovery is coming first In the East, but the reestablishment of the high level of industrial and commercial activity and general prosperity which we were enjoying a year ago is bound to overtake the wave of depression everywhere before the summer is over, unless all signs fail. MAKE IT A REAL CLEAN-UP. LIKE the small boy with the dirty face, some property-owners need to be admonished unremittingly of their negligence before ' action is taken to clean up their premises. So again this year attention is call ed to the annual city clean-up day, proclaimed by Mayor McCarty as Monday, April 21, and the whole hearted cooperation of everyone is asked that the city's appearance may be truly benefitted by the day's observance. Not alone from civic pride should all householders put their places in order. There is an old saying that a man may be judged by the way he keeps his house in order; and that an untidy exterior appearance is an indication of a disordered mind. How much truth this con tains, each may judge. But, if what some women say about the way other women keep house could be heard by those other women, doubt less they would alter their methods of housekeeping. There is, then, the personal equation to be consid ered, and he who tidies up his yard for the world to see will undoubted ly gain in the respect of his neigh bor. The chore will not be so trying if one will but keep in mind that he is really doing his bit of service in making a city beautiful. Let's sack up last winter's collection of tin cans, garbage and rubbish and have it at the curb in readiness to be hauled away by the city trucks April 21. Farm Pointers Horses, more than any other farm animals, are sensitive to abrupt changes in feeding and in exercise. Pollination by agencies such as the honey bee are necessary to set a good crop of many kinds of fruit, says the Oregon Experiment sta tion. It is recommended that the bees be moved into the orchard be fore the blooming period begins. One colony for each acre of mature trees is necessary to insure full pol linization. There is only one way to be sure potato seed is certified and that is when a blue tag is sealed to the sack with a lead seal, put there by a representative of Oregon State college. About 70,000 enumerators started April 2 on the work of taking the farm census, in conjunction with the population census. The use of large amounts of roughage feed for hard working horses is not only wasteful but det rimental to the horses, says the Oregon Experiment station. Feeding experiments carried on by the dairy department at Oregon State college indicate that the feed ing value of kale is nearly as great as that of average corn silage, when fed in the usual quantities. The kale is lower in nutrients, but this seems to be offset by its greater succulence, palatability and vitamin content. the childlike qualities that all must cultivate are to be teachable, trust ful, venturesome, obedient, loving and truthful. When these charac teristics are rightly developed there is wondrous possibility of growth into well-rounded manhood and use fulness. Special emphasis is placed upon making it easy for children to grow into their full possibilities. Punish ment Is pronounced against any who place stumbling blocks in the way of the children. The mill stone referred to Is so big that it cannot be turned by hand and an ass is required to do the grinding. When such a stone is tied to the neck there is no possibility of anything but death when cast into the deep water. Even one child in any hundred is Important. The story of the lost sheep is positive in showing to what lengths all ought to go in caring for the life and upbringing of any little one. As society improves laws are passed that protect our children. Herein Is a great test of religion and civilization. It was some months later, as Je sus was ministering in Perea that children are again championed. There mothers are bringing their darlings that He might give them His blessing. The disciples, think ing to protect Him and His time, forbid this. Then Jesus presents the world with the precious teuchlng of our Golden Text: "Suffer the little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for to such belong eth the kingdom of heaven." Give some attention to art and study the many great pictures that deal with Jesus and the little ones. For ex ample, there is "Christ and the Children," by Plockhurst. A copy of this should be in the children's department of every Sunday school in the world. A copy can be bought for a few cents as well as dollars. The Real Discoverer Seldom Gets Credit fty Albert T. Reid THE JOHN JOSEPH GAINES.M.D. NOTES BY THE WAY. When a reader finds something in his newspaper about hormones and vitamines and calories and food units, and so on, I advise him to read it, if its author is known as reputable. I believe in one learning everything he can about the care of the body and the maintenance of health. But I prefer to talk about the common every-day things, believing that I shall be the better understood by a greater number of my people. I recall a friend of mine who be came a tadaist; ne was sure tnat people dressed too heavily in cold weather; he was absolutely certain that warm, comfortable clothing shortened life and, that folks "dug their graves with their teeth," and he himself went to the other ex treme with even worse results to himself. He ate only two meals a day a light breakfast, and a very heavy "dinner" any time between four and six o'clock p. m.; he went with out an overcoat in the lowest tem HUMORETTES Friend: How many men work in your office nowadays, Mr .Fracture? Mr. Fracture: Oh, about half of them. "So you were held up and robbed last night after bragging that you could lick any man on earth hands down?" "But he didn't give me a chance. He made me put 'em up." "Look here," said a man to the foreman builder, "can you give me a definite date on which this house will be completed? You see I'm getting married when it is ready for occupancy." "Right," the foreman replied. "You leave it to me. I'll see the job's spun out as long as possible." PINKY DINKY What Else Could He C DAD WA DOWNTOWN) C YEAH HI TEETH VER.E A f TO EE OUR- J mA ( HURTING HIM AWFUL, - J DENTIST TODAV J JlSl ( AMD HE ) V Asked the obht$t J i r vMt I HOW MUCH N - tSffS 7 ATTENTION WHAT k??7 ill f nu Lip? A in V A kACl iru CI II I fJk i -t I g ill 1 1 a s . . i -v. IU-fi -w r- r Ml II T FAMMLY peratures; wore no vest; believed in all-the-year-around suitings. He also believed that, with proper "phy sical culture" a man needn't ever be sick. He took strenuous "exercises" and plenty of cold baths, and, up to a certain point, he seemed in won derful vigor and endurance. He was about sixty-two years old; had re tired from active duty. He had quite a bit of hardening of the arteries, and was of spare build. His blood-pressure was slight ly above normal for a man of his age, and my modest warnings he took as just so many words wasted even though he regarded me as a very good prysician, one of the few in whom he had confidence. I was shocked at his sudden death in Lincoln, Nebraska, some time ago; a "stroke" of paralysis cut him down. Here was a man who, with rational care of himself, might have been alive and well as I am today. There is no argument in favor of the faddist, nor against right living. Our bodies must be kept comfort able at all times, especially those of fifty years and beyond. STATEMENT OP THE OWNEBSHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRC DLATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OP UONljKSSS OF AUGUST 24, 191Z, Of Heppner Gazette Times published weekly at Heppner, Oregon, for April l, 1930. State of Oregon, County of Morrow, S3. Bpfure me. a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, pesonally appeared Vawter Crawford, who, having been duly sworn according to law, depones and says that he is the editor of the Heppner Gazette Times and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true sttement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by Die Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 411. Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the re vese of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publishers, Vawter anil Spencer Crawford, Hepp ner, Oregon; Editor, Vawter Crawford, Heppner. Oregon; Managing Editor, Vawter Crawford, Heppner. Oregon; Business Managers, Vawter and Spen cer Crawford. Heppner, Oregon. St(.Ki93A 2. That the owners are Vawter and Spencer Crawford. Heppner. Oregon. 3. That the known bondholders, mort gagees, and other security holders own ing or noiaing l per cent or more oi total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: Eph Eskelson, Heppner. Oregon. 4. Thut the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and other security hold ers, if any, contain not only the list of stocknoiders and security noiders as they appear upon the books of the com pany but also, in cases where the stock holder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name or me person or corporation lor whom such trustee is acting, is given: also that the said two paragraphs con tain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the circum stances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. VAWTER CRAWFORD, Editor. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of April. 1930. JOS. J. NYS. Notary Public. (My commission expires May 31. 1931.) NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that the under signed, Administrator of the Estate of Charles O. Avers, deceased, has nied his nnal account witn the county court oi the State or Oregon lor Morrow county. and that said court has set as the time and place for settlement of said account. Monday, me second day or June. itMu, at the hour of Ten o'clock A. M. In the court room of said court in Heppner, Oregon. All persons having objections to said final account must file the same on or before said date. ARTHUR McATEE, Administrator of the Estate of Charles O. Ayers, deceased. NOTICE OF BOND SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will receive sealed bids until 10 o'clock A. M. the 7th day of May, 1930, and immediately thereafter the bids received will be publicly open ed by the County Court, at the County Court Room in the Court House 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 Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000), said bonds to be in denominations of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) each, numbered 1 to 100, Inclu sive, to bear date, June 1, 1930, and to mature serially In numerical order at the rate ol Two Thousand rive Hun dred Dollars ($2,500) on the first day of June in each of the years 1936 to 1955. nclus ve. said bonds to bear inter est at tho rate of not to exceed live and one-half per cent (b'A) per an num. payable semi-annually on the first days of June and December, principal and Interest payable in United States gold coin at the omce oi the county Treasurer In Heppner, Oregon. All bids must be unconditional and accompanied by a certified check for $2,000.00. The Court reserves the right to re Say? By TERRY GILKISON JlMGI.e$V0 You THP THERE WA A V0UN6 MAN NAMED WIN VJHO VYANTEP td f ATCH TMf TwglWS AIP THE TRAlMMAN OoHf WMY IT' A MINUT6 OR TWO TO TWO-TWO - SB ject any and all bids. The approving legal opinion of Messrs. Teal. Winfree. McCulloch A Shuler will be furnished the successful bidder. GAY M. ANDERSON. County Clerk. Heppner, Oregon. SUMMONS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FQR MORROW COUNTY. Elbert L. Cox, and Io P. Cox. his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. Kate A. Fuller, Charles E. Fuller, Ar thur T. Fuller, and James L. Fuller, heirs at law of James L. Fuller, deceased. F. B. Hall, Caroline O'Con ner. and Lawrence O'Conner. her hus band, also known as Caroline O. Con ner, and Lawrence O. Conner, her husband; also all unknown heirs of J. T. Yount. deceased r Also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or inter est in the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defendants. To Kate A. Fuller, Charles E. Fuller, Arthur T. Fuller, and James L. Ful ler, heirs at law of James L. Fuller, deceased. F. B. Hall. Caroline O'Con ner, and Lawrence O'Conner, her hus band, also known as Caroline O. Con ner, and Lawrence O. Conner, her husband; also all unknown heirs of J. T. Yount, deceased: Also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or inter est In tho real estate described in the complaint herein. Defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer plaintiffs' complaint filed against you in the above entitled court on or before four weeks from the date of first publi cation of this summons upon you. and II you fail to so appear or answer, lor want thereof, the Dlaintiffs will apply to the above entitled court for the relief prayed for in their complaint, to-wit: That vou and each of vou be required to assert and set forth the nature of your claim or interest in or to the following described real property, sit uate in Morrow County, Oregon, to wit: The W!4 of the EH and the E'A of the W'A of Section 3 in Town ship 3 South of Range 26 East of Willamette Meridian, excepting therefrom the following tract, to wit: Commencing at the NE corner of the NWS of NE"4 of said Section 3 ana running tnence west along the Section line 160 rods to the NE corner of the NWS of NWVi of said Section 3, thence South 50 rods, thence at right angles East 160 rods, thence North 50 rods to place of beginning. and that it be adjudged and decreed that the plaintiffs are the owners in fee simple of said real estate, and that you and each of vou and all persons or parties claiming by. through or under you or eitner or you be iorever Darrea of and from all claim, estate, lien, right, title or interest in or to said real es tate. and Dlaintiffs have such other and further relief as may be just and equit- aDie. This summons Is served upon you bv DUblication thereof In the Hennner Ga zette Times, once a week for four suc cessive weeks pursuant to an order of Hon. James Alger Fee. Judge of the above entitled court, which order is dated March 21st, 1930, and the date of the first publication of this summons is March 27th. 1930. ' JOS. J. NYS. Attorney for Plaintiffs. Residence and postofflce address. 2-7 Heppner, Oregon. NOTICE OF SHEBIFF'S SALE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW COUNTY. Klein Realty Service, a corporation. plaintiff, vs. Ernest E. Allen and Ida J. Allen, his wife, Florence D. Foster and Fred M. Foster, her husband, and W. S. Huf ford. Defendants. Notice Is hereby given that, bv virtue of an execution and order of sale issued out of the above entitled court In the above entitled cause, to me directed and dated the 12th day of March. 1930, upon a decree rendered and entered In said court on the 3rd day of March, 1930. in favor of Klein Realty Service, a corpor ation, plaintiff, and against the defend ants, Ernest a. Allen. Ida J. Allen, Florence D. Foster. Fred M. Foster, and W. S. Hufford, for the sum of $335.00, with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum from the 17th day of May, 1924. and the further sum of $70 00 attorney's fees, . and the further sum of $38.50 costs and dis bursements and accruing costs of and upon this writ, I will, on 12th day of April, 1930, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the Court House In the City of Heppner, Morrow County, State of Ore gon. seTl at public auction, subject to confirmation of the above entitled court and subject to redemption by the said defendants, all the right, title, and in terest which the above named defend ants had on the 17th day of May, 1924, the date of the mortgage herein fore closed or since that date had in and to the following described real property, to-wit: The Southwea-st quarter of Section Sixteen (16), Township Four (4) North, Range Twenty-four (24) East of Wil lamette Meridian, to satisfy said execu tion, order and decree, interest, costs, and accruing costs. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. Dated this 12th day of March, 1930. First publication, March 13, 1930. Last publication, April 10, 1930. NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the laws of the State of Oregon, the undersigned has taken ud the herein after described animal, found running at large on his premises in Morrow County, State of Oregon, and that he will, on Saturday, the 11th day of Aori 1 1930, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at his place on Willow creek, near Heppner, In said Morrow County and State of Oregon. offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash In hand, the said ani mal, unless the same shall have been redeemed by the owner thereof. Said animal is described as follows: One aged sorrel horse, with star In forehead, weight about 1100 pounds, blotch brand on left shoulder. FRANK S. PARKER, 2-4. Heppner, Oregon. NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS. Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been appointed by the coun ty court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County administrator of the estate of William B. McAlister. deceas ed, 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. Notson, at Heppner, Oregon, with in six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, said date of first publication being March 13, 1930. C. R, McALISTER, 52-4. Administrator. NOTICE OF SALE. By virtue of an order of the County Court, I am authorized and directed to sell at public auction as provided by law the following described real prop erty, at not less than the minimum price herein set forth, to-wlt: All of Lots two, ten and eleven, and all of Lot 3, except a strip nineteen feet In width on the South Bide thereof, all In Block numbered two In Ayers Second Addition to the town of Hepp ner, Oregon, and Tract numbered twelve of Irregular Tracts of the City of Heppner, for the minimum price of $100.00. Therefore. I will, on Snturday, the nineteenth day of April, 1930. at 1:30 f. m at the front door of the Court louse In Heppner, Oregon, sell said property to the highest bidder for cash In hand. 2-5. C. J. T. BAUMAN, Sheriff. Free Employment Agency Is being maintained by Alex Wilson at the rooming house of Wm. Wil son. Phone him for your needs. Help of all kinds furnished. Rooms and bath 60c per night. PHONE 616, HEPPNEB. Professional Cards AUCTIONEERS E. D. HTJBSON, tha Livestock Auc tioneer of Granger, Wn., and Dwlght Miner of Ions, Ore. BALES CON. DUCTED IN ANT STATE OB ANT COUNTY. For datei and terms win or writs DWIOHT HISNEB, lone. A. Ii. GRAY, M. D. PHYSICIAN fc SUBOEON Phone 323 Odd Fellows Building Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted. GENERAL HOSPITAL CONVALESCENT HOME Dr A. B. Gray, Physician-in-Charge Miss Helen Cnrran, Surgical Nurse Miss Ona Gilliam, Anesthetist Mrs. Ik O. Herren, Superintendent Open to All Physicians DR. J. L. CALLAWAY Osteopathic Physician Gilman Building Phone 93 Heppner, Oregon WM. BROOKIIOUSER PAINTING PAPEEHANGING INTERIOR DECORATING Leave orders at Peoples Hardware Company DR. C. W. BARR DENTIST Case Building, Entrance Center St Telephone Main 1011 Open Evenings and Sundays by Appointment. N. D. BAILEY Contractor and Builder Cabinet Work Built-in Cabinets Window Screens, Etc. Call Heppner Planing Mill DR. J. H. McCRADY DENTIST X-Bay Diagnosis L O. O. F. BUILDING Heppner, Oregon Frank A. McMenamin LAWYER Phone BEaoon 4451 1014 Northwestern Bank Building, PORTLAND, OREGON Residence, GArfleld 1949 D. McMURDO, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUBOEON Trained Nurse Assistant Office In Masonic Building Heppner, Oregon C L. SWEEK ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW Offices In First National Bank Bnlldlng Heppner, Oregon S. E. NOTSON ATTOBNEY-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 J. O. PETERSON Latest Jewelry and Gift Goods Watches - Clocks - Diamonds Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Heppner, Oregon F. W. TURNER & CO. FIBE, AUTO AND LIFE INSURANCE Old Line Companlos. Beat Estate. Heppner, Oregon JOS. J. NYS ATTONET-AT-LAW Boberts Building, Willow Street Heppner, Oregon J. Perry Conder, N. D. 90th year in praotlo in Heppner and ( Morrow Connty. HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING Office Phone 02, Residence Phone 03. Heppner Sanitarium . TTnenitil 1i Parry Conder IlUSpiliU 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 benefit.