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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1934.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March 30.1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18. 1SS7;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1912. feld, director of the Oregon experi
I ment station, has been appointed
Published every Thursday morning by drouth relief director for this state,
VAWTEB ul BFENCEB CU.WTOBS and counties wishing to come with-
the cattle offered in these districts
are moved, and will then be extend
ed to the secondary drouth areas, in
which conditions are severe but
where a real emergency does not
exist at present. Three Oregon
counties Malheur, Harney and
Wheeler are now listed as second
ary drouth areas. V. A. Schoen-
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner. uregon, as secona-ciass mailer.
ADVERTISING BATES GIVES OS
Official Paper for Morrow County
in the provisions of the federal cat
tle buying program may make ap
plication to him through their
county courts. The work of or
ganizing and directing the sale of
cattle in these areas will be carried
2.00 on by the county agricultural ag-
IM) en is.
61 A cry-min rt choAn men o nnoo rA
t. . uic iciuci wmcicuvc aim aatveu
that the government also begin a
program of sheep purchasing as a
feed conservation measure, but the
matter was referred to Washington
officials for consideration, Mr. Bal
The conference also recommend
ed that a substantial sum of money
be set aside by FERA officials for
the development of springs, water
holes and the sinking of wells on
ranges of western states where
there is considerable grass but no
water, Mr. Ballard said. It was
estimated that $100,000 could be
(Editorial from "Wallace's Farmer")
IS EVERY good farmer betraying
A the principle of production con
trol ? Tq a man whn tisM cmrxt. uuj
breeds good livestock, uses efficient used to adv3ntaSe for bis purpose
farm marhinerv. e-ets hia farm wnrlc " '" vicBuu.
"The sale of cattle to the govern
ment in Oregon will be in the na
ture of a culling process, because
there is no place in the state where
drouth conditions are so severe that
whole herds must be sacrificed, as
is the case in many states in the
western plains area," said Mr. Ballard.
done at the right time, and secures
excellent results in crop yields and
livestock production a traitor to the
adjustment control program?
Some people pretend to think so.
They say: "You're trying to cut
down production, aren't you? Well,
then, what do wou mean by using
good seed and purebred livestock?
If you use poor seed, scrub stock
and half-do your farm work all 25 Pet. Penalty IlTipOSCd
biuuuu, ;uuu reuuue pruuucuuii.
But if you do a good job of farming,
you're in danger of producing al
most as much as usual. What do
you mean by it?"
If these people really mean this,
they should go on and say; "What
you really ought to do is to farm
like your great-grandfather or his
great-grandfather. Plow with an
iron pointed plow with a wooden
mold-board; harrow with a bundle
of branches; plant your corn with
a dibble; harvest your small grain
with a cradle; thresh it out with
flails or oxen. Go back to razorback
hogs and longhorn steers. Use wild
cattle for a milking herd, and lasso
a cow when you want to milk."
All this kind of talk is nonsense,
of course. There is no conflict be
on Tax After July 31st
Portland, June 22. J. W. Malo-
ney, collector of internal revenue,
stated today that he had completed
mailing blanks to all persons who
had paid special taxes as retail or
wholesale liquor dealers, retail or
wholesale dealer in fermented liqu
ors, and retail or wholesale dealer
in uncolored oleomargarine, in this
state during the year ending June
30, 1934, to be used by them in re
turning tax for the year ending
June 30, 1935.
He stated that these taxes are
paid annually being due July 1, 1934.
Each taxpayer is required to file
his return of tax in the office of the
collector of internal revenue, Port-
By LUCILLE FARRENS
Quite a few Hardmanites attend
ed the "62" celebration at Canyon
City last Saturday, June 18. Among
those present being Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Leathers and Jean, Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Buschke and Mrs. Dick Steers,
B. H. Bleakman, Ed McDaniel,
Forrest Adams and J. H. McDaniel.
Gus Steers has gone to work for
Mrs. Ada Cannon.
The annual meeting of the union
high school was held last Friday
for the purpose of voting on the
budget which carried by a vote of
23 to 5.
Mrs. Wes Stevens was recently
selected as director of Dist. 40 to
replace Wm. Greener who has
served the public a number of years
in this office.
Kathleen Ashbaugh is making
an indefinite visit with her father,
Roy Ashbaugh, from her home at
Miss Gladys Lovgren spent week
before last visiting Loes and Char
Miss Georgie Garlts spent a few
weeks visiting Clara Belle and Beth
Jane Adams at the Floyd Adams
ranch in Rood canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Burnside were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Lovgren in Eight Mile last Sunday.
Mrs. C. H. McDaniel, Mrs. Bert
Bleakman and Neva recently spent
a while at Portland visiting rela
Mrs. J. B. Adams spent a few
days last week visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Corda Saling.
Glenn Farrens is busy putting
up hay at the Cason canyon ranch.
Jess Coats and Dick Steers are as
B. H. Bleakman had some paint
ing done on the interior of the post
office last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Verl Farrens and
Dolly were Hardman visitors Sun
day. Mrs. Tad Merritt (Dorothy Mc
Daniel) of Mukaltoo, Wn made a
short visit with relatives here.
Grandma Allen reports a pleasant
visit from her daughter. Bee, of
Grandma Howell, who is ill at
Heppner, is reported to be much
lanJ nnt lota,, (hnn T,,l 91 1 Q5 t
tween efficiency and production! ..." . , t. f tha '
control. Without production con- . recejved a
rTJZZ that date, a penalty of 25 percent of
huge surplusses. With production
control, efficiency means more mon
ey and less work for the farmer,
If aiding farmers to produce
more efficiently is a betrayal of the
adjustment program, then most
corn belt farmers are traitors. The
man who raises purebred hogs, the
man who breeds for higher produc
tion in milk cows, the purebred
beef man who tries to raise a block-
the tax is incurred through delin
Blanks were sent out the latter
part of May," stated Collector Ma
loney, "to all persons in this state
who are registered under the Har
rison Narcotic Act, to dispense or
sell narcotics, to be used in rereg
istering for the year beginning July 1
1, 1934. The penalty of 25 percent
imposed for delinquency is incurred
the Kopps motored to Heppner on
Sunday for medical advice for Mrs.
Bubeck who has been ill the past
three weeks. We are glad to. re
port Mrs. Bubeck is improving at
George Chandler and bride re
turned home this week from the
Willamette valley where they were
married two" weeks ago. Congrat
ulations are extended by the com
munity. Among those, attending the
grange picnic at the H. E. Cool
home Sunday from lower Willow
creek were Jesse Deos and -family,
Lundell family, George Chandler
and the George Krebs family.
Mrs. Henry Krebs and children
are spending some time in Portland
as guests of Mrs. Krebs' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Lowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Biddle and
children were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Salter of lone, parents of
Miss Marguerite Taylor of Olex
is staying with Mrs. Bubeck while
Mr. Bubeck is away harvesting.
O. L. Lundell spent several days
at Boardman last week, looking af
ter his farming interests, also bind
ing grain for several of the project
Jack Hynd was a visitor in lone
Roy Taylor is house guest of the
Deos boys this week, having come
out to the ranch with Mr. Deos Fri
day. Roy's home is at Olex.
Arthur Peterson motored to Hepp
ner Sunday enroute to the Jim Far
ley camp with supplies.
A small but interested crowd at
tended grange Saturday night at
the Cecil hall. All enjoyed the splen
did 4-H club program.
Glenn Kopp and John Bubeck
left Sunday evening for Echo where
both will enter the harvest fields for
a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kopp were
most pleasantly surprised Tuesday
morning when Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Kopp and daughter June arrived
unannounced. The Kopps, whose
home is in Oklahoma, came west
thru California and will return by
by a more northern route.
We wish to take this opportunity
to extend appreciation and thanks
to County School Superintendent
Lucy E. Rodgers, Irene Beamer and
Virginia Swendig who pleased so
greatly with their 4-H club numbers
on the grange program last Satur
day evening, also to Mrs. Swendig
who accompanied Miss Virginia on
the piano, and to the County Agent
who presented several educational
Another interesting feature was
the one-act play, "Mice at Play," by
pupils of the Cecil school who did
honor to themselves and to their
school by clever acting. Also we
thank Mr. Cox, Mr. Smith and oth
ers having part in the picnic pro
gram Sunday, and Mr. Cox for his
liberal quantities of delicious ice
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
i k -;., that the underr
siltned has been appointed by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County executor of the estate of John
David Kauman, deceased, aou
sum havin claim, attanrt the .aid estate
. . .1... -.., .Iiilv verified ac-
cordinis to law, to me at Heppner, Oregon,
within six month, oi tne
lication of this notice said (lute of firBt pub
lication being June . IVi.
C. 1. D. BAUMAN. Kxerutor.
By MRS. O. L. LUNDELL
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ekleberry
and son have vacated their little
home on the creek, having recent
ly located in the vicinity of The
Mr. and Mrs. John Bubeck and
IF thficfi rupomctratinna a fa roaiircrl
ier and easier-gaining cattle, the Jul x im and a3 the records
'"6"" ''""'"6 of this office indicate that a large
number of persons liable for rereg
istration under the Narcotic Law
have failed to do so up to this time,
I would urge them to file their re-
registration forms immediately."
seed corn or oats or wheat or bar
ley or a dozen other crops, are all
traitors. So also is every farmer
man who, out of his years of ex
perience, gives practical hints to
his younger neighbor on how to do
his work easier and better.
It is true that before we had a Dallas Ralph Kester of Suver
program of production control, the district one of the few dairymen
growing efficiency of our good far- in his district who cuts his hay be-
mers was often a curse to farmers fore putting in into the mow be
as a class, in that it caused the pro- Heves this method just as cheap as
duction of more livestock and more pulling it in with a hay fork, he
grain than the market wanted, told County Agent J. R. Beck re
Now, good farming is a benefit, not cently. Mr. Kester, like many other
only to the individual who follows farmers of that section, has a fine
sound practices, but also to all far- hay crop that will tax the capacity
mers. If farm efficiency increased of his barn, Mr. Beck says,
as much as 3 or 4 per cent in one
year, it would be easy to plan for
slighthly less acreage the following
year, and so balance production
Under production control, the ef
ficient farmer works fewer hours
and makes more money than the
inefficient farmer. Without produc
tion control, they both worked long
hours and both lost.
It is possible, of course, to reduce
production by working longer hours
than ever and using the tools and
methods of our great-grandfathers.
But who is fool enough to want to
Government to Buy Cattle
In Western Drouth Areas
Plans for extending the govern
ment program of cattle buying as I
a drouth relief measure already un
der way in Minnesota and South
Dakota to all emergency drouth
areas of the west were made by a
conference of livestock men and
agricultural college officials from 13
states which met in Denver recent
ly to consider drouth relief meas
All the states represented at Den
ver have some counties in which
drouth conditions are as severe as
in the districts in which the govern
ment is now buying cattle, said F.
L. Ballard, Oregon county agent
leader, who attended the confer
ence. In order to reduce numbers
of cattle in these areas in line with
prospective feed supplies for the
coming winter, liquidation beyond
normal is necessary, and many far
mers will undoubtedly sell to the
Prices paid by government buy
ers are determined by an appraisal
committee or an inspector from the
bureau of animal Industry, and
ranee up to $20 for cattle two years
old or over. The animals are turned
over to the Surplus Relief corpor
ation where they are examined and
those suitable for canning are sent
to canneries. The canned meat is
then turned over to relief agencies,
none of It going on to the open
market Cattle too poor to stand
shlDment are killed on the ranch.
Government cattle buying will be
confined to emergency drouth areas,
of which Oregon has two Crook
anil Jefferson counties until all I
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ED CHTNN, Prop.
Hood River H. R. Adkins of this
county has made application to the
Oregon State college extension ser
vice for certification of a planting
of "Adkins" strawberry plants, re
ports County Agent A. L. Marble.
This berry is a high producer of a
berry suitable for barrelling, and
no disease has yet been found in the
plants, Mr. Marble says. Mr. Ad
kins has already contracted for the
sale of 300,000 plants of this variety.
A part of his crop this year is be
ing barrelled, and one lot has been
supplied the Eugene Fruit Grow
ers association for a freezing trial.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administratrix of the estate i of
Nancy Mathews, deceased, has filed with
the County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, her final account of
her administration of snid estate, and
-j r. , MunilMv. the 2nd
tnat Bam wjun .
day of July. 1934, at the hour of I0.OT
o clock in the forenoon oi sm u i
County Court room at the Court House at
Heppner, Oregon, as the time and place for
hearing objections to said final account
and all persons having objections to Bald
final account or to the settlement of .aid
estate are hereby required to file the same
with said court on or before the time set
tor sum Uranus. ,
Dated and first published this 81st day
of May. . anna b enGLEM AN,
and of defendant. William McCaleb. in and
to the following dencribed real property,
All of lot ix (61 in Hlock one (1) of
Ayer. Fourth Addition to the city of
Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon.
Nl.,w in obedience to .aid execution 1
will on the Nth day of July, 19S4, at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at the front door of the Court
House at Heppner, Oregon, sell saia real
property at public auction to the highest
Imlder for cash, and apply the proceed.
thereof to the payment of said judgment
and accruing cost, of sale. .
Dated and first published this 14tft day
of June, 1934.
U. J. 11. ISAUHAn,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
i ... tliol the uniler-
lOllte IB UHCUJ isnrt, .
signed have been appointed by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow
n . --J u.lmini.trntnr.
LOUniy HuminiavrairiA -
respectively, of the estate of Mary Jane
Sperry, deceasea, ana tnai an pcmuno
: Bututp must nre-
sent the same to us at the office of our
attorney, S. E. Nbtson, in neppner, Ore
gon, within six months from the date of
tne nrsL puuuiauuii -"'" .
date ot nrst puoncaiion oema amy .-,
GEORGE E. SI'EHRY.
Chrysler-Plymouth agency. New
and used cars. Heppner Garage.
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Outstanding warrants of School
District No. 1, Morrow County,
Oregon, numbered 2255 to 2448 in
clusive, will be paid upon presenta
tion to the district clerk at Hepp
ner, Oregon. Interest ceases on
these warrants with this date, June
C. W. BARLOW, Clerk.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL
PROPERTY ON EXECUTION.
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of an execution duly Issued out
,,f tho Cirn.it Court of the State of Ore
gon for Morrow County, on the 13th day
of June, 1934, by tne Clera oi sum ouri,
nniiunt tn h imlirment and decree ren
dered in said Court on the 12th day of
June, 1934, in favor of O. t,. Jnnnson
nlHintif? and airainst Bertha D. Gilnmn
defendant, for the sum of J1500.00. with
interest thereon from the 18th day of
March, 1932, at the rate of 8 per cent per
annum, the further sum of $160.00, attor
ney's fees, and $16.00. the cost und dis
bursements and directing me to sell all the
right, title and interest of raid defendant
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed ha. been appointed by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County administratrix of the estate of
William A. Wilcox, deceasea,, ana mat all
persons having claims against said estate
must present the same to me at the of
fice of my attorney. P. W. Mahoney, in
Heppner, Oregon, within Bix months from
the date of the first publication of thia
notice, said date of hrst publication being
June 7, 1934.
Dr. Richard C. Lawrence
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Passenger Cars, Trucks and Commercial Cars
were reduced $10 to $20. These reductions repre
sent new low prices on 1934 models, as there
have been no Ford price increases this year.
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Commercial Car Chassis 112-inch wheelbase . $350
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Farm and Personal Property
Sales a Specialty
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ATTORNEY AT IAW
Hotel Heppner Building
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY
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Trained Nurse Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
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