HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY. JAN. 15, 1931. PAGE FOUR THE HEPPNER GAZETTE, Established March 3a 1SS3; THE HEPPNER TIMES, Established November IS, 1S97; CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1912. Published every Thursday morning by VAWTEB and SPENCEB CBAWFOBD and entered at the Post Office at Hepp ner, Oregon, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING SATES GIVEN OS APPLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear Six Months Three .Months Single Copies $2.00 1.00 .75 .05 Official Paper for Morrow County. MEMPER I EDITOKIALlTl UiSOCtATlONj 0 HOW THE GOVERNMENT HELPS Autocaster Service. NE hundred and sixteen million dollars for public works, forty- five millions for the relief of tarm ers who were affected by the 1930 drought that .is the sum which Congress has put into the Presi dent's hands since December 1, as a further effort toward getting money into circulation and getting men back to work. That ought to help a lot. Many important Federal highway projects have been held up because the states concerned were not in a position to appropriate their share. Under the new appropriation Federal money will be lent to the states, in addi tion to what the Federal Govern ment pays as its share. It is defi nite now that the largest road-building program of any year will be car ried through in 1931. The trouble with public works as a means of relieving unemployment emergencies is that they can not be begun instantly. Until money has been appropriated by Congress, varied colors, shining- helmets, mu sic, rythm, action all these fascin ate young and old and the small boy on the sidewalk links up the idea with war and decides he will be in on the next one. Twenty miles south of the home town is a huge government hospital where are quartered veterans to whom the gods of war have been less kind: veterans some of whom may never again walk, others who may never again see and still others who may never again think with clear minds. This is the other side of the picture, sight of which un fortunately escapes the small boy on the sidewalk. This war business is getting a lot of attention nowadays and rightly so. Since the dawn of history war has been regarded as inevitable but the last conflict was so much more of a war than anything in the past that men and nations have been jolted out of their complacency and are now looking for a better way to compose international differences in the future. Judged by any standard war is a failure. When a dispute arises be tween two countries it is futile to take up arms if right be the object ive sought War will establish the fact that one nation has a bigger and better army or more food or more money but the one sure thing it will not do is establish right. There are several aspects of war which have our downright disap proval. One of these is the system whereby one set of men creates the war and another is sent out to fight the war. In no man's land the boy from South Dakota meets the boy from Saxony. Back home there is much they have in commoft: a mo ther, perhaps a sweetheart, friends work, play and the right to live. Yet here they are face to face with fixed bayonets, boys between whom there could be no natural quarrel or en mitay and yet one will presently kill the other "in defense of the father land" or to "make the world safe for democracy" as the case may be. Monstrous scheme at best! The last war was said to be a war to end war and the claim may not prove empty when one considers the progressive movements of the last decade such as the world court, the Kellogg pact and repeated attempts at naval limitations. But Mars hav ing reigned long and supreme will die hard and his destruction re mains a big job. In Germany a State Legislatures or municipal gov ernments, the preliminary plans large society hinges its activities onv,f Via voTi'it TTWtnr'hnHv knows around the slogan, "nie wieder that the building of even a simple house takes a great deal of prelim inary time in selecting the lot and drawing the plans before the haul ing of materials to the job can com mence. How much more time it takes to start work on such a pro ject as the Hoover dam few of us realize. Engineers have been at work for a year on the plans, and are only just now ready to get bids for materials and work. It will be several months before actual work, in the sense of employing any con siderable body of workers, can be begun. The Hoover dam is going through, however, and so are the new Feder al highways and a great program of new Federal buildings. The prelim inaries have been largely attended to in 1930; 1931 will see the money beginning to flow into the pockets of hundreds of thousands of workers. krieg" which translated literally is "never again war." This society has a fruitful field for work and like Abou Ben Adhem, and in all lands, may their tribe increase. C. F. Preston, Chester County, Penn sylvania, in Capper's Farmer. The Cornerstone i&i?-) tho Southwest quarter of Section Kittmn; the Northeast quarter of Srt'tlon SlxtriMi tu Township Four South of Range Twenty-four. East of th Willaiiit-He Meridian, and the Southoal qutu tor of Section Sixteen in Tow italup Kour South of Range Twenty lour. Kant of the Willam ette Meridian. or so much ot nald real property as may he ntvtwwy to aallafy the plaintiff'! judgment. ivata. allornuy's fee and ac- i-ruinif etiata of Hale. l J. U. KAUHAn, Sheriff of Morrow County, Still of Oregon. January SEVi and NEVi OF BWU of Sec tion 80. in Township 4 South. Range 2ti East of Willamette Meridian. The above described real property be ing the property mortgaged to the filaintiff and ordered sold by the Court n said suit. Dated this 18th day of December. 1930. 40-44 C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. Oat of flint publication: Eighth. 1931. 43-47. NOTICE or STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the slivkholders of Henoner Mining Company will be neiu at the ottlce of the KHst National Bank in Heppner. Oregon, on the second Tu esday in February. 1931. being the 10th nay oi reoruarv. iwi, hi mo mtu, u 2 o'clock ill the afternoon of said day. The meeting is for the purpose of elect ing ottliers and for the transaction of such other business as may appear. 1). B. STALTEK. rresiuem. 43-47. J. O. HAUEK, Secretary. Professional Cards NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Nti,. w horehv irlven that the un dersigned has been appointed by the rvuuov r-iM.rt of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, administrator with the will annexed of the estate oi wi -Ham R. Walpole, deceased, and that all hnvhii; claims against the said estate must present uie tune, uuij wr fled arroi-illiitr to law. to me ai mo ur S,.a nv nttttrnev S. E. NotSOn. in Heppner, Oregon, within six months of the date of first publication of this no tice, said date o llrst publication being January 1, 1931. RALPH G, WALPOLE, 42-46 Administrator c. t. e NOTICE TO CREDITORS, Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the funi.iv rvinrt of the State of Oregon for Morrow County administrator de bonis non of the estate oi una ti. wai mile deceased, and that all persons hav- ing claims against the said estate must present tne same, auiy verineu accuru ine to law. to me at the office of my at torney, S. E. Notson, in Heppner, Ore gon, on or before March is, ismi. K'VL.ftl U. WALrULifii, 42-46 Administrator de bonis non. TIME FAMDOf JOHN JOSEPH GAINES.M.D. Seasonable Hints TIIRITT Autocaster Service. THE week beginning January 17 is National Thrift Week. It is a good idea, to turn people's minds to the subject of thrift at least once a year. This year it is particularly timely. We have been going through a year of hard times, and those hard times were brought about in large part by unthriftiness. There is thrift that is injurious, to be sure. The sort of thrift that hoards money in stockings and keeps it out of circu lation benefits nobody and is a def inite detriment to prosperity. But that is not the cause of the financial depression which now seems to be passing. Much of our trouble has come from thriftless spending. One can spend money and still be thrifty. The careful buyer, who in sists upon getting his money's worth, is thrifty as long as he does not f-'pend or promise to pay more than he is certain he will be able to pay. The thriftless ones are those who obligate themselves without re gard to their ability to meet their obligations. In the investigation of applicant's for unemployment relief in New York recently, one family whose head earned $150 a month, but who was destitute because he had committed himself to instal ment payments on a automobile, a radio set, an electric washing ma chine and an electric refrigerator. which called for payments of more than his total salary! That is perfect example of thriftlessness. Instalment buying in itself is not vicious; it in only when it is done without regard to consequences that it is harmful. We think that the normal business condition for the next few years will depend loss up on instidnif. nt payments and more upon cartful saving of earned money, pat out at interest in sev ings banks or in mortgages or bonds. We do not believe we shall see soon a return of the speculative wave in which everybody seemed to be gambling on the stock market and trying to get something for nothing. Thrift, as we understand it, means spending less than one earns, buy ing carefully as to value and also as to ability to pay out of surplus earnings, and building up a reserve that will tide one over a period of unemployment or illness and even tually take care of old age. It is that sort of thrift which those back of National Thrilt Week art-. to them. IRRIGON . Those in attendance from here at the Thursday session of court last week were Vern Jones, W. C. Isom, Frank Leicht, Hugh Grim, E. A. Houghton, Frank Fredrickson, Fred Markham, C W. Grim, Don Brooks, W. C. Rutledge, Glen Aldrich, J. S. white, R. C. Bishop and Chas. Stewart. Mrs. Frank Stevers and mother, Mrs. Bedwell, called on Mrs. W. C. Isom Friday. Frank Stewart of Imbler visited over Saturday with his wife's un cles, Mr. and Mrs. E. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Chapman of Umatilla were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Grabil. The dance given Saturday night was attended by a large crowd and a good time is reported. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brace and family motored to Pendleton Satur day. Emil Helmic was a Walla Walla visitor Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Hugh Grim has been quite ill with the rheumatism the past ten days. The high school teams were both defeated by the lone teams Friday night. However, a good game was The crisp, invigorating days of autumn somehow inspires one with renewed courage and faith in the things about us. The appetite be comes keener, the breathing deep er; the morning walk in the open drives away the fatigue of mid summer. The machinery of , diges tion takes on a new hum; in short, we "feel better all over." The rural housewife finds much for her capable hands to do. Think of the canning of pears, the pre serving of late plums, the pickling, canning, catsuping of the luscious fall tomato! Such substantial for the winter-dav dining table! How we anticipate, as we carry out au tumn details! I am in direct touch with the National Canners Association of America, and with great benefit to myself as an advisor to the public in the interests of more and better health. I find the great canning in dustry striving, with every improv ed facility known, to give our peo ple the best in sealed provisions, employing the most skilled scien tists in laboratory tests, in order to provide nutriment of unparalel- led flavor and purity for our peo ple. The winter fruit-can holds the juices, vitamines, proteins, so accep table to right living. Our canned products reach outward to the four corners of the earth. In time, the housewife will es cape the exacting duties of canning fruits; they can be put up tresn py the great and expert technicians cheaper, more convenient to handle, and can be obtained ready to use with little outlay, compared with the drudgery of home canning. We are well past the age when copper was used to color the glass jar of commercial pickles. Poisons are no longer used as bleaches or preservatives. The tin can is used where such employment is scienti fically appropriate. I hear of little or no illness caused by the Impure canning of fruits and vegetables. The summer, with its host of in vaders of the partially-eaten canned food is gone. The "culture season" is over. But I am horribly afraid of the partly-used, hot-weather can of pigs' knuckles and other potted meats! 3 years for $5 where can you get more for your money? The G. T. NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMALS. Notice is herebv elven that by virtue of the laws of the State of Oregon, I have taken up and now hold at my place 5 miles southwest of Hardman, Oregon, ine iouowing uesniucu ani mals, and that I will, on Saturday, Jan uary 24. 1931, beginning at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. sell the said animals to the highest bidder for cash in hand, subject to tne rignt oi redemp tion by the owner or owners thereof. Said animals are described as follows: I dark brown saddle horse, roached mane, with rope halter with hobbles buckled into it; branded 11 on left shoulder. 1 bav saddle mare, roached foretop no visible brand; shod all around; about 10 years old. LOTUS ROBISON, NOTICE OF SALE Rv virtue of an order of the County Court I am authorized to sell at public auction as provided by law the follow ing described real property, at not less than the minimum price set. lorin, 10 wit: . . . Lots 13, 14 and 15, BiocK 41 oi tne Tnwnsite of Irrigon. Oregon. for the minimum price of $12.00. There fore I will on the 24tn aay oi January, 1931, at 1:30 p. m., at the front door of the Court House in Heppner, Oregon, sell said property to the highest bidder for cash in hand. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Morrow Conty, Oregon. 43-45 Hardman, Oregon. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has filed his final account as administrator of the estate of Jeptha M. Kelly, deceased, and that the County Court of the State of Oregon for Mor row Countv has appointed Monday, the 22nd day of February, 1931, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day as the time, and the county court room in the court house at Heppner, Oiegon, as the place, of hearing and settlement of said final account. Objections to said final account must be filed on or before said date. ALVIN J. KELLY, 42-46 Administrator. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON International Sunday School Lesson for January 18 THE MINISTRY OF JOHN THE BAPTIST Luke 3:7-17. REV. SAMUEL D. PRICE, D. D. When John was thirty years of age the spiritual summons came to begin his work as the Forerunner of Jesus Christ. This man had grown up in the midst of nature. Others might conduct rormai prayers in a synagogue. Jorn made a rock his pulpit in some wilderness arena and thither the people flocked to hear him. They could not stay away from such utterances. He dared to tell them about their most inner self, what they thought about that was vile, the things that they did which were contrary to all law and decency. He called them char acterizing names such as "O gener ation of vipers." He demanded they give up saying all kinds of well sounding platitudes and "bring forth fruits worthy of repentance." When some one would fall back on the fact that he was a Jew, and thus one of God's chosen people, he was told that they could no longer clothe themselves in garments which they would call righteous. Henceforth they must evidence their professions by worthy works. A new kind of philanthropy was demanded. They must share their extra possessions with those who were in actual need. If a man had a job from which he received wages, he was to stop complaining with his meal ticket and settle down to work as he rendered ser- played and the splendid sportsman ship shown by the players was ap preciated by the audience. The town basketball team played a game here Tuesday night with Hermiston, the game ending with a score of 17 to 36 in Irrigon's favor. Mrs. E. A. Houghton and son Ed ward were in Hermiston on business Saturday. Sunday afternoon a delegation from Heppner called a meeting at the school building to further dis cuss the new Irrigon-Heppner road plan and to adopt a resolution to be presented at once to the court ' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Beusel of Hermiston Sunday. Mrs. Tom Caldwell is suffering from burns received on her feet while she was ill in the Pendleton hospital and is still unable to walk, Mrs. C. B. Smith visited with Mrs. Louis Fredrickson at Heppner Wednesday. Wesley Chaney was an Arlington business visitor Sunday, t- The basketball game at Umatilla Thursday night was won by the Ir rigon team, the score being 16 to 37. Mrs. J. A. Grabil has been suffer ing severely for some time with some form of ear trouble. Mr. and Mrs. O. Coryell were din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cha ney Sunday. Mrs. F. Leicht and Mrs. Henry Weir were Hermiston visitors Mon day. Bert Beneflel went to Portland Tuesday evening to take treatment at the Veteran's hospital. Eugenie Lamoreaux, Sybil Grace Macomber of Boardman and Mrs. Leola Beavert and Beneflel family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rose Sunday. 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 Morrow Countv. dated January Filth, 1931, In that certain suit wherein The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a cor Deration, as plaintiff, recovered a judg ment against the defendants. Oscar Keithlev and Eunice E. Keithlev. hus band and wife, on the 31st day of De cember, 1930, which judgment was for the sum ot sa49i.23. wun interest tnere- on at the rate of Eight per cent per annum from tne sist aay ot uecemDer, 1930: the further sum oi SbUU.OO attor ney's fee and the further sum of $19.80 costs and disbursements, and a decree of foreclosure against tne ueienuants, Oscar Keithley and Eunice E. Keithlev, husband and wife: L. W. Weeks: C. L, Berry and Hardman National Farm Loan Association, a corporation. I will, on the Seventh dav of February. 1931. at the hour of Ten o'clock A. M. of said day. at the front door of the county court house in Heppner, Morrow Coun ty. State of Oregon, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash In hand all of the following described real property in Morrow County, State of Oregon, to-wn: The South half of the Northeast quarter, the West half of the South east quarter, the South half of the Southwest quarter of Section Four; the Southeast quarter of the South east quarter of Section Five; the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, the West half of the North east quarter, the Southeast quarter, the Northwest quarter of Section Nine; the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter, the West half of NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY ON EXECUTION. Notice Is herebv Elven that under and bv virture of a foreclosure execu tion duly issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Mor row County by the Clerk of said court on the 23rd day of December, 1930, pur suant to a Judgment and decree and order of sale entered and rendered in said Court on the 9th day of December, 1930. in a suit in said court wnerein The Farmers and Stockgrowers Nation al Bank, a corporation, plaintiff, recov ered judgment against F. L. Brown, and Myra E. Brown, his. wife, defend ants in said suit for the sum of J1021.U0, with interest thereon from the 8th day of February, 1930, at the rate of eight per cent per annum, the further sum of $125.00, attorney's fees, and $18.50, the cost and disbursements of said suit, I ill on Saturday, the 24th dav of Jan uary, 1931. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the front door of the Court House, at Hepp ner, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the follow ing described real property, situate in Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit: The northeast quarter of south east quarter of Section 18 in Town ship 4 North of Range 25 East of Willamette Meridian. and being the property mortgaged by the defendants to the plaintiff and or dered sold in said suit and the same will be sold and the proceeds tnereol applied on said judgment, and the ac cruing cost of sale. Dated this 24th day ot DecemDer, ismu. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon, PINKY DINKY pinky Xi S Excuse By TERRY GILKISON li ving to teach. More poWer vice for pay received. Further, they A FAHMKR'S VIKW OX WAR AM) I'lOACK A Worthwhile Editorial Selected by the National Editorial Association. JT IS carnival night In the home i (own and chief of attractions is the big parade of 20 Legion posts. All honor to the logionaires! Smart ly tailored uniforms In bright and must testify of their penitence for past sins and express a solemn pur pose after new obedience In the form of baptism. Then multitudes came to him to be baptized as he stood in the waters of the Jordan river. Such a person was thought of as the long promised Messiah. At once John the Baptist declared that he was Just preparing the way for the one "who shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost and with fire.," OH, PINKY, COMe HERE ' ) b3 - PR A DID YOU MAIL My ' LETT-ER THlfr t - NO J MOM JOYOU DlDNEH? AREN'T YOU AHAMD JUVT AFTER WE MADE THOfE NGVV YEAR. RESOLUTION NEVER TO FORjGET ANYTHING WOW. TELL ME VHY YOU DIDN'T MAIL NW LETTER. 7 D AO, you didn't awe it. j TO ME,' r JiNOL.es r WH&M .N OPTIMIST 6ST tmE W0BT OP IT H6 TURN RiOHT 'SOUND AND.:! MAfcfi THS BET Of IT j . hh 'y wot " . top r vfvPAr GLENN Y. WELLS ATTORNEY AT LAW PORTLAND, OREGON 52S Chamber of Commerce Building Phone ATwater 4884 AUCTIONEERS E. S. HUBSON, tha Livestock Auc tioneer of Granger, Wn., and D wight Miiner of lone. Ore. SALES CON DUCTED IN ANY STATE OB ANY COUNTY. For datei and terms wire or write DWIQHT MISNEB, lone. A. B. GRAY, M. D. PHYSICIAN k STTBQEON Phone 323 Heppner Hotel Building Eyei Tested and Olauei Fitted. GENERAL HOSPITAL CONVALESCENT HOME Dr A. B. Gray, Physlclan-in-Charge Mill Helen Cnrran, Surgical Nurse Mlu Ona Gilliam, Anesthetist Mrs. L. G. Herren, Superintendent Open to All Fhyil clans VM. BROOKHOUSER PAINTING PAPEBHANGINO INTERIOR SECORATHtO Leave orders at Peoples Hardware Company NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. LAND OFFICE at The Dalles, Oreeon. Dec. 8. 1930. NOTICE is hereby given that William J. Doherty of Lexington. Oregon, who, on Nov. 27, 1926, made Homestead tn try under Act Dec. 29. 1916, No. 025237, lor All ot section ti. lownsnm norm. Rante 25 East. Willamette Meridian. has filed notice of intention to make final three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above aescrioea, berore Gav M. Anderson. United States Com mlssloner, at Heppner, Oregon, on the 2llth day of January, 1931. Claimant names as witnesses: uennis Kiernan, of Heppner, Oregon; William J. McDaid, of Lexington, Oregon; W. T. Doherty, of Lexington, Oregon; Wll lie Ruddy, of Lexington, Oregon. w. A. wiL,K.iiNMUiN, register. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is herebv given that the under signed has tiled her final account as admnlstratrix of the estate of Millard F. Parker, deceased, and that the Coun ty Court of the State of Orgeon for Morrow county nas appointea Monday, the 2nd day of February, 1931, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, as the time, and the county court room in the court house at Hepp ner, Oregon, as the place, of hearing and settlement of suid final account. Objections to said final account must be filed on or before suid date. TRANNIE B. PARKER, 41-45. Administratrix, NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF BEAL PROPERTY ON EXECUTION. Notice Is hereby given that under and by virtue of an execution duly issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, by the Clerk of said Court on the 11th day of December, 1930, pursuant to a decree and order of sale duly rendered and en tered In said Court on the 10th day of December, 1930, in a certain suit In said Court wherein Uzz French was plaintiff, and Pat Connell, also known as Patrick Connell, and Bridget Con nell, his wife, W. B. Barratt, S. E. Not son, Trustee, and Isabel Corrigall, Ex ecutrix of the Last Will and Testament of M, S. Corrigall, deceased, were de fendants, and in which suit plaintiff re covered judgment against Bald defend ant, Pat Connell, for the sum of $3600.00, with Interest thereon from the lHt day of August, 1928, at the rate of eight per cent per annum, the further sum of (326.00 attorney's fees, and the further sum of $1150.00, with Interest thereon from the 20th day of November, 1928, at the rate of eight per cent per annum, the further sum of $135.00 attorney's fees, and his cost and disbursements in the sum of $21.20. Now. therefore, In obedience to said execution, I will on the 17th day of Junuary, 1931, at the hour of 10:00 o' clock in the forenoon of said day at the front door of the Court House at Hepp ner, Oergon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the following described real property, situate In Mor row County, Oregon, to-wlt: NE'i of NE14 of Section 12 In Town ship 4 South, Range 25 East of Wil lamette Meridian; W'A of NWH, HE'i of NWi NE'i of SWVi, and SK!4 of Section 7, S',4 of NV4, W4 of SWVi, SEVi of SWVi, and EV4 of SEVi of Section 8, all of Section 16, and all of Section 17, !& and SEVi of SWVi of Section 18, EV4 of NWVi, NEVi, NV4 of SEVi and SEVi of SE'i of Section 19, all of Section 20, except the HV4 of BE '4 thereof, NV4, EV4 of SWVi, NV4 of SEVi of Section 21, EVt of NWVi, WV4 of NEVi, NEVi of NEVi, NWVi of DR. C. W. BARR DENTIST Telephone 1012, Office In Gilman Building 11 V. Willow Street DR. J. II. McCRADY DENTIST Z-Bay Dlagnotle L O. O. F. BUILDING Heppner, Oregon Frank A. McMenamin LAWYER 905 Guardian Building Residence, GArfleld 1949 Business Phone Atwater 1348 PORTLAND, OREGON A. D. McMURDO, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Trained Norte Assistant Office In Masonic Building Heppner, Oregon C L. SWEEK ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW Offices In First National Bank Building 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, Lexlngten, Oregon J. 0. PETERSON Latest Jewelry and Gift Good Watches - Clocks - Diamonds Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Heppner, Oregon P. W. TURNER & CO. FEBE, AUTO AND LIFE INSURANCE Old Line Cempanles. Seal Estate. Heppner, Oregon JOS. J. NYS ATTONEY-AT-LAW Roberts Building, Willow Street Heppner, Oregon J. Perry Conder, N. D. 20th year In practice In Heppner and Morrow County. HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDINU Office Phone 02, Residence Phone 03. Heppner Sanitarium TTncnSfnl Dr- Prry Conder IlUspildl I'hyslclun In charge Oldest Institution ot Healing and Oldest Practicing Physician In Mor row County: with the least percent age of fatality and greatest percent age of benefit.