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THE JEWELL GREEN HOUSES
Funeral Work a Specialty
The Dalles, Oregon
500 Clay St.
is very apt to be about what you make it.
We would suggest that you begin your
plans for the future by starting a savings -account
Each depositor is given a pass book
and interest is credited every six months
at four per cent, per annum.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HEPPNER - OREGON
Capital Stock - -Chartered
by Government, August
HENDRIGSON & OURDAINB, Props
Seasonable Soft Drinks, Domestic and Tropical
Fruits, Delicious Ice Cream
We make our own Ice Cream. It is a Morrow County
Confectionery, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Notions
Friday evening, May 3, 1912.
Music by Fergusen and Smith. Supper at Hard
O. A. C Is Great Institution.
L. SAMUEL in Oregonlan.
It Is generally admitted that every
American woman and every Arneri
can man after a return from a pilari
maee to Washington, D. 0.. la a bet
tor and bicrser American. It is also
safe to admit that tvery Oregon wo
man and every Orenoii man will be a
htccer and better Oreconlan after a
visit to the Agricultural College at
Corvallis. Only by personal inspec
tion can anyone have even a concep
tion of the splendid work that is being
done at this college. It is a training
school to make better women and
better men as well a better farmeis.
better stockraisers, better engineers
better business men and better house
wives. I have made a number of visits to
the Oregon Agricultural Colleae, bot
never before have I had an opportun
ity to examine its ways and methods
so thoroughly as on this trip, and
never before have I been so benefitted
or gained so much general knowledge
of things as on this occasion. I am
free to admit that it has been the
most profitable knowledge-acquiring
day of my life;
One of the most interesting depart- j
ments is that of domestic science, and
the young women of that department
have every reason to feel proud of
their splendid accomplishments, be
cause no better meal couia De pre
pared an?where than the banquet pre
pared and Berved bv them on Friday
evening.. The . manner of serving
would be an object lesson if a repiti
tinn of it all could be demonstrated
to the waiters at our best hotels -so
thst they could learn how these young
women do it. Everything appears
promptly, neatly, just when wanted,
and not a single thing has to be asked
for. Everything is at your elbow
just at the right 'moment as if: by
magic without a clatter of plates or
noise or confusion of any kind. It
would be a good investment to brine
this group of women to Portland on
demonstration excursion so that
others could learn from thm.
Taken all in all the Oregon Agri
cultural College is an institution of
which every citizen may justly feel
proud oi because it belongs to and is-
part of Oregon itself. Excursions
should be made there from every part
Oregon, not too often because that
might interfere with the studies, but
often enough to acquaint the people
n every section of the state with the
magnificent work done there under the
leadership of President W. J. Kerr,
Jess Sneider has just left on a trip
to McMinoville, Ore.
Miss Harriet Edwards spent Friday
and Saturday in Hcppner.
Joe Moyers has advertised a barn
dance to be held on May 10th.
Frank Evans and family were visit
ors over Sunday at J. O. Brown's.
Mr. Cross of Lexington, held
church at the Blacshorse school houes
on Sunday .., , ' s
Bill and Oral Scott have been help
ing J. O. Edwards with his spring
seeding. By the way, Oral joined
the Rebkahs Saturday night and, judg
ing from reports, they
gave him a
Mrs. Clare has a fine garden.
Mr. Ghoul still has some pigs
hogs for sale.
Addie Ashinhust . epant the' week
with Mrsi . Rice. -
Mr. Redding was around with some
good beef last week.
Mr. Ashinhust and Luther are done
herding for this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice took dinner with
Mrs. Ashinhust Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Garr Scott spent Son
day at the Hodsdon ranch.
Mrs. Oopcuhaver made ninety
pounds of butter the last two: weeks
W. L. Copenhaver made a trip to
Heppuer the first of the week on bus
Shearina for this part of the county
is over. Hvnd BroB. ' took the crew
to Heppner tbe first of the week
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hynd returned
to Cecil the first of the week after
several days' visit with his parents,
Summons for Publication
in Foreclosure of Tax
The Demons of I be Swamp
are mosquitoes. As they sting they
put deadly malaria serins in the blood
Then follow the icy chills and the
fires of fever. The appetite flies and
the srength fails: also malaria paves
the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and oast out the
malaria germs from tbe blood; give
you a fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,
wrote Wm. Fret well, of Lncama, N.
O., "three bottles drove all the mal
aria from my system , and I've had
good health ever since." Best for
all stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50
cts. at Slocum DruK Co.
r AV YvS
ware and Imple-
Ed Neil was in Heppner on busi
W. W. Howard and family visited
at Mr. Irvin's Sunday.
Chas. Bartholomew has his shear
ing plant in operation.
We still have occasional showers
and crops are looking fine.
Miss Cora Vincent was a Heppner
visitor Wednesday and Thursday.
W. W. Howard and wife went to
Heppner Wednesday, returning Thurs-
W. E. Wiglesworth and family
visited at C. H. Bartholomew's Sun
I. O. Cox and famiy and Mr. F. K
Payne visited at R. F. Wiglesworth 's
Just three more weess of school at
Pine City. There will be two pupjls
to take the 8th grade examination.
Miss Ada Mathews went to Echo
Sunday to meet her father and sster
who were returning from a visit at
Waldo V incent and wife went to
Heppner Wednesday. Waldo return
ed home Thursdy woile Mrs. Vincent
remained fo. a short visit with her
mother, Mrs. Adkins.
Am- ' Rate of
$ .33 15 percent.
.29 15 percent.
.22 15 percent.
.17 15 percent.
There neverwas a time when peo
ple appreciatedthe real meritg of
Chamberlain'sCoQgh Remedy more
than now. Ihis is shown by the in
crease in sales and voluntary testi
monials from persons who have been
cured by it. If you or your children
are troubled with cough or cold five
it a trial and become acquainted with
its good qualities. For sale by Pat
terson & Son.
Mr. L. J. Marshall spent last week
School closed on Friday in tbe
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon , for Morrow County.'
. W. R. Walpole, Jr., ;
P W. Price
To P. W. Price the above named
In the Name of the State of Oregon :
you nra hereby notified that W. R,
Walpole, Jr., thj holder of Certificate
of Delinquency numbered 27 issued
on tbe 8ih day of October 1908 by the
Tax Collector of the County of Mor
row, State of Oregon, for the amount
of 75-10C Dollars, the same being
the amount then due and delinquent
for taxes foi tbe year 1907 together
with peuatlv, interest and costs there
on upon tbe real property assessed to
you, of which ynu are the owner ' as
appears of record, situated in said
County and State, and particularly
bounded aud described as follows, to-
wit: Lots One (I) and Two (2) in
Block Thirty-six (36) of the Town of
Irrigon, Morrow County, State of
You are further notified that said
W. R. Waloole, Jr.. has paid taxes
on said premises for prior or subse
quent years, with-the rate cf interest
on said amounts as follows:
Year,t Date Tax Re-
Tax Paid ceipt No,
1908 Feb 23, 1909 287
1909 MarlO. 1910 708
1910 Feb 27, 1911 199
1911 Mar 12, 1912 687
Said P. W. Price as the owner of
the legal title of the above described
property as the same appears of record,
and each of the other. persons above
named are hereby further notified
that W. R. Walpole, Jr. , will apply
to the Circuit Court of the County
and State aforesaid for a decree fore
closing the lien against the property
above described, and mentioned in
said certificate. And you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty
days after the first publication of
this summons, exclusive of the day of
said first publication, and defend
this action or pay the amount due as
above shown, together with costs
and accrued interest, and in case of
your failure to do so, a decree will
be rendered foreclosing the lien of
said taxes and costs against the land
and premises above named.
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable C. C. Patterson.
Judge of the County Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of
Morrow and said order was made
and dated this 15th day of April 1912
and the date of the first publicatcm
of this summons is the 18tb day of
All process and papers in this pro
ceeding may be served upon the
undersigned rcsidiDg within the State
of Oregon, at the adlrees hereafter
S. E. NOTSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address Heppnpr, Oregon.
Defendants.for the sum of Eight hun
dred Thirty Five and 80.100 Dollars.
with interest thereon at the rate of
8 per cent, per annum from the 21st
day of February 1912, and the further
sum of Eighty Dollars Attorney's
ft'. and conts and oiNbursnients tax
ed at Nineteen and 50-100 Dollars, on
the 21at day of Fcbuary 1912.
Notice Is hereby Riven that I will
on Saturday the 11th day of May
1912. at 2.30 o'clock I. M., of said
day. at the front door of the Court
House in Heppner, Morrow County,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash In hand, the
following described property, to wit:
The East half of the North-east
Quarter:' and the South-west miar
ter of the North-east quarter, and
the North-west quarter of the South
east Quarter, of Section Twelve (12)
Township Six South (tt-S) of Range
Twenty Six (26), E. W. M. Contain
Ing 160 Acres more or less according;
to u. s Uoverment survey. Taken
and levied upon as the property of
the said i'eter w. White ana Alary
L. White or so much thereof as may
be necessary to 'satisfy the said judg
ment in favor of The First National
Bank of Heppner Oregon, and
against said Peter W. White and
Mary L. White . together with all
costs and disbursements thai have or
may accrue. -
J. C. HAYES. Sheriff.
By J. O. RASMUS, Deputy
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, March
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at LaGmnde, Oregon, April
2nd, 1912. Notice is hereby given
that Charles A. Hinton., of Heppner,
Oregon, who, ou August 17th, 1965,
mad Homestead Entrv No. 1454,
Serial, No'. 04i6, for SEJ NWJ, S
NE4. NEJ4 SEJ, Sec. 20. and Add'l
H. E. 0C896 on Oct. 22, 1909, for . E4
S WNW.V SE!,- Sec. 20 aBd:NE,
NW1, Sbc. 29. Township 2 South,
Range 39 East; Willamette Meridian
has filed notice of intention, to mak
Final five-year Proof, to eslabluh
claim to the land above described
before C C. Patterson, United States
Commissioner, at his office, at Hepp
ner, Oregon, on the 28th day of May
Claimant names as witnesses:
Phil Hirl, Wililam H. Clark, Jeiry
Brosnan and John Brosnan, all .of
Hepcner, Oregon. ' a4-m2.
F. C BRAMWELL, Register.
Li FARES EAST
Visit the Old Home
O-W. It & N.
0. S. L. and UNION PACIFIC
Lines Protedted liy Automatio Block
Round trip tickets to principal
cities in Middle Western .and East
ern States on sale during '
Going limit 15 days; final return
- nmii uciober 31, 1912.
LIBERAL STOPOVER Pmvir
EOES. CHOICE OF ROUTES.
DENVER. ... ....
Proportionately Reduced ' Fares tv
Many Other Points.
Through Train Service to the Cast Strictly High
' ' Class.
Cull on ynn'r Local Agent nriu let him
iHMHk yon m outlining
A DELIO HTFUL SUMMER OUTING
U. HUDLESTON, Agent. "
. Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at The . Dalles
Oreson March 22,, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Micheal
C. Marshall, of. Willows. Oregon
who, on March IS, 1905 made Home
stead Entry No. 14293, Serial No,
03519, for SWt SW4', Sec 24. E J
SEJi, SEi NEJ, Section 23. Town
ship 4 North, Range 23 East, WilJam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention ' to make -Final five-tear
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before O. C. Patter
son, United States Commissioner at
his offioe, at Heppner, - Oregon, -'on
the 20th day of May 1912 ,
Claimant names as witnesses : -
Jesse F. Deos, of Willows, Oregon
and Harold H. Weston, of Coyote
Oregon. ; ,
at8-ml6 0. W. MOORE. Register
Notice of Final Settlement.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned executor of the estate of
Henry Stowers, deceased, has filed his
final account as such executor, and
that the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County has appoin
ted Monday, the 6th day of May l!)l2.
at the honr of 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of Said day as the time and ths
County Court room . in the Court
House at Heppner,. Oregon, as the
place of hearing said final account
and settling the same. Objections
to said final account should be filed on
or before that date.
J. A. MILLER. Executor.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Bank of lone, at Tone In the
State of Oregon, at the close of
business April 18, 1912. .
' Resources . -..
Loans and discounts .: ' $36 979 12
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 2.S4 32
Stocks and other securities 7 000 00
Ranking house '- 4 500 00
Furniture and fixtures 1 723 90
Due from approved reserve
banks 11 825 30
Cash on hand 2 575 82
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
P.y virtue of a foreclosure execu
tion and order of sale duly issued by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
County of Morrow, State of Oregon,
dated the 21st day of February 1U12,
In a certain action In the Circuit
Court for snid County and State,
wherein The First National Bank of
Heppner, Oregon, a corporation
Plaintiff, recovered judgment against
Peter W. White and Mary L. White
.Total . - -
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits.less ex
peases and taxes paid
Due to banks and bank
Individual deposits sub
ject to check-
Demand certificates of
deposit - 596 33
Time certificates of deposit 4 050 97
Bills payable for money
borrowed 5 000 00
$64 888 46
$15 000 00
1 000 00
1 227 16
2 400 87
35 613 13
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