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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1934
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE,
Established March 30.18S3;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18. 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1912
Published every Thursday morning by
VAWTEB and SPENCEB CRAWFORD
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner, Oregon, as second-class matter.
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Official Paper for Morrow County
THE AMERICAN CITIZEN AND
THE N. K A.
(Written to assist entrants in the Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary essay and
By MRS. LUCY E. RODGERS
Most persons start working full
time before they are twenty years
old. On the average, people in the
United States live until they are
nearly sixty. This means that you
'will work about forty years. Of
course, you may live and work a
longer or a shorter period than this,
but sixty years of life including for
ty years of work is your expectancy,
During that forty years you may
need to earn not only your own liv
ing but also enough extra to care
for one or more dependents. Most
of you expect to inherit little, if any
money or property from your rela-
tives. In fact, many of you will
have to care for some of them in
their old age. This means work
for you, work that should pay you
well if you care to live well. And
your happiness depends in great
part upon your economic security,
Remember there is no economic
Santa Claus. You do not get some
thing for nothing. You don't get
pay without work. Neither can you
depend upon luck. Real Americans
want a chance to make their own
careers. Most Americans are faith
ful, hard working citizens who real
ize that work is good for man and
that there is no better way by which
permanent welfare may be secured.
Everyone who is competent and
willing to work for a living should
have an opportunity to do so, not
only at a living wage but ultimate
ly at a social, saving, cultural wage
as well. Every worker needs an
adequate steady income. This
the basis of economic security. This
the government should help him to
The cry of the masses today is,
"We want greater economic secur
ity." It is terrible to be hungry
and without work when you can
and want to work. Greater econ
omic security is the fundamental
aim, of the New Deal. Never be
fore in this generation has the mere
physical struggle for existence
seemed so barren or fruitless. A
much larger measure of economic
security for the race and for the
individual is most desirable. It is
possible but it will require national
planning and popular cooperation
on a large scale.
The basic ideal behind the N. R.
A. plans is not only to put people
back to work but to put them to
work at fair wages and to keep
them steadily employed at such
wages. The idea is a novel one
that has never been tried on a large
scale before, although economists
and theorists have advocated it for
The world's economic recovery
will be largely determined by the
degree of success that crowns the
American efforts. Will national
planning on a large scale succeed?
Once having started it, can we with
draw and let it run on its own mo
mentum, or is national economic
planning a permanent necessity. If
so, shall the Constitution be amend
ed in recognition of this fact? Shall
a national planning board be pro
vided by the Constitution?
We are the greatest law makers
and law breakers in the world. Per
haps that is the chief reason for
the frequent periods of distress
which we suffer. We haven't learn
ed to think and plan nationally. It
is just beginning to dawn on us that
we can no longer live in isolated
and independent communities. Our
political, economic, cultural and so
cial interests are too much alike
for so thoroughly decentralized a
government. We must get together
in larger units and plan and work
cooperatively for the good of all.
We should have the courage and
wisdom to create national remedies
for the recognized failures and
shortcomings of state and local gov
ernments. How does this New Deal
effect us? How can we support
the National Recoverey Act?
By LUCILLE FARRENS
The Morrow county teachers in
stitute will be held here Friday,
March 16, at the high school audi
torlum. The Rebekahs of the local
order will serve a 35 cent chicken
dinner in the lower rooms of the
I. O. O. F. hall at the noon hour
for the visitors.
Buster Bleakman has gone to
work for Ray Wright at the Mc-
Kinney creek ranch during the
Mrs. J. W. Stevens is the proud
possessor of a new Maytag wash-
Mr. and Mrs. Pirl Howell were
visiting Mrs. Howell s mother, Mis.
McCarty, at Pilot Rock Sunday.
Wanda, who has been spending
while with her grandmother, re
turned with her parents.
Kinnard McDaniel. accompanied
by Cecils HlckB, came over from
Lonerock Saturday to visit with
w Ml t
Mr. and Mn. Carl McDaniel of
Top are making a visit with friends
and relatives of this community.
Mrs. Carl Leathers entertained
the following guests at a quilting
party last Thursday afternoon:
Mesdames B. H. Bleakman, Sam
McDaniel Sr., Frank McDaniel, C.
H. McDaniel. Delicious refresh
ments of angel cake, huskleberrv
jello and sandwiches were served
by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roach were
given a surprise party last Satur
day evening by the following
friends: Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Leek.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkinson, Miss
Zetta Bleakman and Mr. St. Gene.
The occasion was the wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roach.
Refreshments of ice cream and
cake were enjoyed.
The Roaches, Johnsons and Leeks
are newcomers here and are con
nected with the construction of the
Friends are glad to see Mr. and
Mrs. John Adams back to their
Hardman farm near here, having
spent the winter months at their
Portland home as has been their
custom for many years. Mr. and
Mrs. Adams arrived home Satur
Miss Loes Kate Adams, who has
been ill at her home here the past
three weeks was given a birthday
party last Wednesday afternoon by
friends and relatives of this com
munity. The affair was in the na
ture of a surprise and commem
orated the honoree's 18th birthday.
The group presented Loes with
some nice gifts including a lovely
bathrobe. Present were Mesdames
Carl Leathers, Clair Ashbaugh,
Wm. Massey, Dick Roach, Walter
Scott, Ted Burnside, Lew Knighten,
Neil Knighten, Wm. Johnson, M. E.
Coats, Marion Saling, Dick Steers,
J. MacDonald, Kenneth Bleak
man, Raymond MacDonald, B. H.
Bleakman, Frank McDaniel, Har
lan Adams, Irl Clary, J. W. Stev
ens, Hubert MacDonald and the
Misses Mary Ellen Inskeep, Zetta
Bleakman, Loes Ashbaugh, Arleta
Ashbaugh, Lucille Farrens, Nona
Howell, Charlotte Adams, Grand
mother Allen, and Harvey DeMoss.
Several others who helped to ar
range the affair were prevented
from being present. It was evident
to all that Loes was overjoyed at
the kindness of her friends but
wishes to take this means of ex
pressing her gratitude.
Mrs. Lettie Courter and daugh
ter Rose and Russell Temple of
Wallowa were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ad Inskeep and family Satur
day. Heppner shoppers Saturday were
Mr. and Mrs. George Kirk, Mr. and
Mrs. James Hams, Jess Coats, Mrs.
B. E. Chapel. Dolly and Lucille
The local teachers, Mrs. Clary,
H. DeMoss and Mrs. Johnson, at
tended the Rural Teachers club
meeting at Pine City Saturday.
A number of ladies of the Rebek-
ah lodge met at the home of Mrs.
C. H. McDaniel last Monday after
noon and made aprons of their
lodge colors to be worn when they
serve dinner for the teachers insti
tute to be held here March 16.
Present were Mesdames Frances
Leathers, Mildred McDaniel, La
Velle Hams, Retta Knighten, Ethel
Knighten, Fay Ashbaugh, Pearl
Monday visitors in Heppner from
our section were Jack DeVore, Dick
Steers, Mrs. B. H. Bleakman, Mr
and Mrs. Carey Hastings, Elwood
Hastings, Marvin Brannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Ollie Leek and Fred Jenken
Everett Harshman spent Sunday
at his home here.
Guy Hastings who is employed
at the Henry Peterson ranch near
lone spent Sunday at his home
Miss Edith Stevens who has been
employed as housekeeper at the An
son Wright ranch near here for
some time has returned to her
home here, as Mr. Wright's daugh
ter, Nellie, has returned home and
will resume her duties.
This vicinity was treated to
heavy rain Sunday and Monday.
Jess Coats has gone to work for
Glenn Farrens at the Brown place
in Cason canyon.
Friends are sorry to learn that
Irl Clary who has been seriously
ill at Dr. Gray's hospital in Hepp
ner is reported not to be much
improved. Consolations are extend
ed to the Clarys in their trouble.
Mrs. Ad Inskeep who has been
bed-fast since the Christmas hoi
idays is reported to be somewhat
Improved and able to be about the
house a little. Friends wish her
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
The Parent Teachers meeting
was held last Tuesday evening and
an interesting program was given,
The program committee for th
next meeting is Mrs. S. C. Russell,
Miss Lucia Jenkins and J. F. Gor-
ham. The refreshment committee
will be Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker,
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs,
Ed Barlow, Mrs. Ray Brown, S
Dinner guests last Monday eve
ning at the Robert Bradley home
were Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Jenkins,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harwood and
Mr. and Mrs. Albln Sundsten and
Mrs. C. H. Hewitt of Meacham
is here visiting her son, Harry
Hewitt and family.
The Boardman high school stu
dents are working in preparation
for their big entertainment feature
of the month, their vod-vll, country
store and dance, to be given at the
schoolhouse on Friday, March lo,
at 8 o'clock.
The entertainment begins in th
auditorium of the school where
couple of hours will be spent in
enjoying a program Including
one-act comedy, orchestra selec
tions, glee club numbers, stunts,
dances and a minstrel consisting
of songs and jokes.
A country store will immediately
follow. All persons can receive
country store tickets from Board
man merchants free with each pur
chase of merchandise and with each
admission ticket bought. Drawings
will be made from the stubs of the
country store tickets and many
dollars worth of merchandise will .
be given away to the audience.
After the country store, lunch
will be served in the school cafe
terie. Dancing will begin in the gym
nasium at the same time.
Those who do not wish to dance
may purchase tickets to the pro
gram only, or those wishing only to
dance may purchase special tickets
for the dance. The price of the
combination ticket for dancing and
the program is 35 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Landis and
daughter and J. M. Allen and Mil
dred were dinner guests at the Art
Allen home Friday evening.
The local high school team won
two games and lost one at the
tournament at Heppner Friday and
Saturday. On Friday afternoon
they played Umatilla and won by
three points, 35-32. Saturday morn
ing they won from Heppner by a
score of 23-20, and Saturday they
played Condon to determine the
winners of the tournament, but
our boys lost by a score of 37-25.
Marvin Ransier, local center, was
chosen as the center of the all-
The school bus took, the high
school rooters to Heppner Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow, Mrs.
Eva Warner, Miss Lucia Jenkins,
Mrs. Willard Brown, Miss Thelma
Brown and Mrs. A. R. Barlow at
tended the tournament at Heppner
Clarence Berger and son Glen of
The Dalles were business visitors
in town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Landis and
daughter from Nebraska are visit
ing at the J. M. Allen home. Mr.
Landis is a nephew of Mrs. Allen.
The young people's Sunday school
class at the community church are
giving a program Monday evening,
March 12, at 8 o'clock. The main
feature will be a style show put on
by the boys. Admission is 10 cents.
Lunch will be served.
A turkey dinner was served last
Sunday at the John McEntire
home. Guests included Mr. and
Mrs. John Jenkins and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bradley.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lubbes of
Newberg are visiting here with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ot
Mrs. Willard Brown of Eugene
is spending this week here with her
daughter, Miss Thelma Brown.
Mrs. Ruth Ballenger and Mrs. Al
Murchie of Wasco were Boardman
visitors Monday and Tuesday.
Dallas Wilson, Buster Rands and
Mike Healey participated in a
smoker at Umatilla last Wednesday
evening. Wilson and Rands both
won the boxing matches in which
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baker enter
tained at a lovely dinner at their
home Wednesday evening. Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
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bes and Lovie Bush.
A large number of ladies attend
ed the Crown Mills cooking school
last week and thoroughly enjoyed
the demonstration as given by Mrs.
Humphreys of Portland.
By OLETA NEILL
Mr. and Mrs. Marley Gardner
and family and Mrs. Roy Coxen
and sons Floyd and Gerald visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Lena Bowman spent the week end
at the Joe Foley home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Vey motored
to Hood River Sunday.
The annual rural teachers meet
ing was held at the Pine City aud
itorium Saturday. In the afternoon
there were several numbers, instru
mental and vocal, presented as well
as talks given by the teachers.
Cecilia Healy is now absent from
school with the measles.
Miss Freda Hammel of Lexington
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Bartholomew Sunday.
Eddie Kenny was at the John
Healy home Thursday night
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Neill were
business visitors in Hermiston Fri
Mrs. Phil Higgins and Josephine
Smart called at the T. J. O'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foley called on
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms Sunday
Mrs. O. F. Thomson and Sloan
Thomson were at the C. H. Barth
olomew home Sunday.
Joe Kenny and Charley Monegal
were at the John Healy place Fri
T. J. O'Brien moved his sheep
from the Frank Helms place last
John Healy was a business visit
or at the Roy Coxen place near
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wattenburg-
er called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Neill Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H E. Young and
family and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wat
tenburger spent Saturday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emery
A number of Pine City people at
tended the Farm Bureau meeting
at Alpine Saturday evening. Those
from Pine City contributing part
of the program were: a duet by
Helen Healy and Ralph Neill; a
quartet by Mrs. Velma Carr, Lenna
Neill, Iris Omohundro and Oleta
Neill; a musical duet by Iris Omo
hundro and Velma Carr, and a part
of the play, "A Little Clodhopper."
Those who took part in the play
were Iris Omohundro, Murray
Potts and Oleta Neill.
"A Little Clodhopper," a three
act comedy to be presented at the
Pine City auditorium Thursday,
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Houghton vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hen
drix at Boardman Wednesday eve
ning. Seven tables of pinochle were at
play Thursday evening at the meet
ing of the card club and a very
pleasant evening was spent Mrs.
Don Kenny and Mrs. W. C. Isom
tied for high honors in the ladies'
division. Mr; Adams won the gen
Bert and Ralph Beneflel and their
cousin, Frank Beneflel of Walla
Walla, spent Sunday with the home
Lester Howard of Albee and Joe
Campbell of Pendleton visited their
cousin and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Jess Oliver, two days last week.
Mrs. Fred Reiks had as dinner
guests at her home Sunday her
daughter, Mrs. Ward of Umatilla
and her grandchildren, Mr. and
Mrs. Fritz and little daughter of
Helix, it being the occasion of Mrs.
Reiks' 72nd birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caldwell re
ceived the announcement of the en
gagement of their son Vernon to
Miss Helen Ilsen of Portland.
Mrs. Roy Minnick, Mrs. Barnes,
Mr.' and Mrs. Marshal Markham,
Russell McCoy and Bishop Wis
dom were Pendleton visitors Sat
Mrs. Ollie Coryell and mother,
Mrs. Lawrenson, and Mrs. Russell
McCoy motored to The Dalles Fri
day. Miss Shellenberger and Miss Hel
en Heath left for Portland Friday
evening to spend the week end
Kathryn Oldajr of Stanfleld was
an over Sunday guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Smith.
About twenty different persons
from Irrigon went to Hermiston
during the week to be x-rayed by
Dr. Christopherson after taking the
T. B. test.
Mrs. Frank Brace entertained
the H. E. club ladies at her home
Mrs. W. C. Isom is quite ill with
a severe cold.
A large crowd attended the cook
ing school Monday and Tuesday.
OLD GRADS TO REUNITE.
Corvallis Members of the 1909
class of O. S. C. will be the "silver
jubilee" class at the coming June
commencement, and graduates in
this group are already making
plans for their 25-year reunion.
Members of the class from Albany,
Newport and this city have arrang
ed to send out the call to the 90
per cent of the class still living,
but now scattered throughout this
and foreign lands.
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COMPTROLLER ON JOB.
Corvallis H. A. Bork, new comp
troller for the entire Oregon state
system of higher education, has ar
rived and taken over his new duties
at the central business ofllce on the
Oregon State college campus. Mr.
Bork is a comparatively young man
who left a position as comptroller
at the University of Wisconsin to
take over the work of managing
the business affairs of the Oregon
system. He was interviewed in the
east by Chancellor W. J. Kerr some
months ago before being offered the
position by the state board of high
CONFERENCE BIGGEST YET.
Corvallis The fourth annual
Homemakers conference at Oregon
State college the first week in
March was the biggest yet held,
with women present from at least
half the counties of the state. A
widely varied program was carried
through resulting in better coor
dination of home betterment work
for the coming year.by all agencies
concerned. The conference is spon
sored annually by the school of
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Estate of A. Neppach
NOTICE OP SALE OP REAL PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OP OREGON FOR THE COUN
TY OF CLACKAMAS
In the Matter of the Estate of A. Neppach
Notice is hereby given in pursuance of
an order of Hale of real property made
and entered in the above entitled Court
and estate on the 13th day of February,
1934, the undersigned Executrix of the
Estae of A. Neppach. deceased, will from
and after Monday, the 23rd day of April
1034, at Room 404 Yeon Huildrng, Port
land, Multnomah County, Oregon, and-or
at the Enterprise Building, 220-8th Street,
Oregon City in Clackamas. Cuunty. Oregon,
proceed to sell at private sale to the high
est bidder in one parcel or any separate
parcel or sub-division thereof, subject to
the confirmation of the above entitled
Court, the following described real prop
erty, to-wit :
Section thirty six tab), lownship
Six (6) South, Range Twenty-nine
(29) East of W. M., in the County of
Morrow, State of Oregon ;
said sale and-or sales will be made for all
cash or for at least 10 per cent cash and
the balance on credit, provided the pur
chaser or purchasers shall execute a note
payable to Baid executrix secured by a
mortgage on the real property purchased,
to secure the payment of the balance of
the purchase price thereof.
Date of first publication, March 8, 1934.
Pate of last publication, April 5, 1934.
Executrix of the Estate of
A. Neppach, deceased.
Frank C. Hanley and Joseph F. Hodler,
Attorneys for Executrix.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice in hereby given that the under
signed, Executor of the Estate of Andrew
Carlson, deceased, has filed wih the Clerk
of the County Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Morrow, his final ac
count, and the Judge of said Court has
fixed Saturday the 1th day of April, 1934,
at the hour of 2:00 P. M. of said day as
the time, and the County Court room in
the County Court House at Heppner, Ore
gon as the place for hearing and settle
ment of said account. Any and all objec
tions to said final account must be filed
with the Clerk of said Court on or before
Date of the first publication of this no-
ctie. March 8th, 1934.
The date of the last publication of this
notice, April 5th, 1934.
VICTOR L. CARLSON,
Executor of the Estate of
Andrew Carlson, deceased.
Estate of Jennie P. Hill
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR' THE
COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF JENNIE P. HILL. Deceased:
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned. Administratrix of the Es
tate of Jennie P. Hill, deceased, jv vir
tue of an Order of Sole issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
eon, for the County of Multnomah
duly made and entered on the 29th day
of January. 1934. in the above entitled
estate, licensing the administratrix to
sell the hereinafter described real nroD-
erty belonging to the estate of said de
ceased, will offer for sale and sell, at
private sale, for cash, at 374 United
States National Bank. B de.. Portland
Oregon, all the following described real
property, situate in tne county of Mor
row, State of Oregon, to-wit:
The west half and the west halt
of the east half of Section fifteen
(IB); the west half of the west half
of Section eleven (11) ; the south
east quarter; the east half of the
south-west quarter; the east half,
and the south-west quarter of the
north-east quarter of Section ten
(10) and that part of the north
west quarter of the north-east quar
ter and of the east half of the
north-west quarter of section ten
(10), lying south and east of the
present county road leading from
Heppner to Hardman, all in Town
ship three (3) south Range twenty
six (26); east of the Willamette
Meridian, and containing in all 1060
acres more or less according to the
U. S. Government survey and plat
thereof, all In the County of Mor
row, State of Oregon.
Said above described property be
ing subject to a mortgage in the
sum of 110,326.00, upon which there
appears to be an unpaid balance of
Bids will be received by the under
signed Administratrix on and after the
lOtn day 01 March, 1934. The said
sale will be made subject to confirma
tion of the above entitled Court.
Date of first publication, February
Date of last publication, March
ADDIE HARMAN, Administratrix.
Keith A. Caldwell attorney for Ad
ministratrix. 374 United States
National Bank Bldg., Portland,
NOTIOE OF FIN Alt SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administratrix of the Es
tate of Charles W. Christopherson, de
ceased, has filed her final account with
the Clerk of the County Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of
Morrow, ana tne juuge 01 saia court
has fixed Saturday, the 10th day of
March, 1934, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock
P. M. of said day as the time, and the
County Court room in the County
Court House at Heppner, Oregon, as
the place lor tne nearing ana settle
ment. Any and all objections to said
final account must be filed with the
Clerk of said Court on or before said
Administratrix of the estate of
Charles W. Christopherson, de
ceased. Date of first publication of this no
tice is February 8th, 1934.
Date of the last publication ot this
notice IB March 8tn, 1934.
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, administrator
of the estate of Edwin S. Duran, de
ceased, and has accepted such trust.
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified and required
to present the same, with vouchers duly
verified as required by law, to me at
the office of my attorney, J. O. Turner,
in Heppner, Oregon, within six months
from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 15th
day of February, 1934.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THIS
COUNTY OF MARION.
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
CHARLES H. HELTZEL. a minor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
the undersigned, Guardian of the per
son and estate of CHARLES H. HELT
ZEL, a minor, by virtue of an order
duly issued out of the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the County of
Marion, on the 29tn aay ot January.
1934, will sell at private sale at the
law offices of John Heltzel. in the Ladd
& Bush Bank Building, in Salem, Mar
ion County, Oregon, on or alter March
10, 1934, to the highest bidder for cash,
all the right, title, interest and estate
which the said minor has in and to all
the real property described in the fol
lowing list, marked "Exhibit A":
An undivided one fourth interest In
and to all of the following described
real property, all of which property is
more particularly described in the In
ventory of property filed in the matter
of the Guardianship of CHARLES H.
HELTZEL, a minor, in the ofllce of the
County Clerk for Marlon County, Ore
gon: The South Half of the Southwest
Quarter, the Northeast Quarter of
the Southwest Quartetr and the
Southeast Quarter of the North
west Quarter of Section Ten in
Township One North of Range 23
East of the Willamette Meridian,
in Morrow County, Oregon, contain
ing 160 acres. .
Said sale will be made for cosh and
subject to the confirmation of the above
Duted at Salem, Oregon, February
CLARA A. HELTZEL,
Guardian of the Person and Estate
of CHARLES H. HELTZEL, a
DR. E. C. WILLCUTT
PHYSICIAN Jt SUROEON
(Over J. C. Penney Co.)
Farm and Personal Property
Sules a Specialty
O. L. BENNETT
"The Man Who Talks to
Beat the Band''
J. 0. TURNER
ATTORNEY AT IAW
Hotel Heppner Building
A. B. GRAY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SUROEON
227 North Main Street
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted
DR. J. H. McCRADY
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON
Trained Nnrse Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
P. W. MAHONEY
Heppner Hotel Building
Willow St Entrance
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Court Home
J. 0. PETERSON
Latest Jewelry and Gift Ooods
Watohes - Clocks . Diamonds
Export Watch and Jewelry
F. W. TURNER & CO.
FIRE, AUTO AND LITE
Old Lin Companies. Real Estate.
JOS. J. NYS
Roberts Building, Willow Street