water hauling; save team pulling separator; it will save fireman; one span of horses one trip per week to the depot will furnish fuel When done harvesting it can be utilized in plowing all your best ground, thereby saving about one-half expense over horses. Also agent for the Rumely horsepower stationary or porta pie FIUST NATIONAL We offer to the Public the services of a strong and well equipped Bank, with the experience of twenty-five years in this community. Accommodations extended to cus tomers consistent with safety, and balances carried with us. Liberty Meat Market B. F. MATLOCK, Prop. The Best Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, t Sonca ere an A Hnmfi Cured Meats. ( tMMOU - i t A CTDTPTI VPAQH MARKTT T ..'l-t'l-'fl1,'''',, SAVE YOUR CROPS WITH Arsenate of Lead A general insecticide for leaf -biting insects. Gives the greatest possible poisoning efficiency without foliage injury. An effective spray for the Codling Moth, Slugs, Beetles and the Plum and Apple Curculio. Twenty-five cents per bottle. SLOCUM DRUG CO. GILLIAM A Tonic. Alterative and Reaohrent. The brat remedy for Kidneys. Lier and Bowels. Krndirates Pimolefi, Eruptions and Disorders of the bkin. frurtfiea the Dtood snd Rives Tone, Strength aud Vigor to tbe entire system. Why Not Economize? Before placing your orders for harvest machinery, consult with W. P. SCRIVNER, Agent Heppner, Oregon This engine will save all Oil Turn from 3 to 15 J. or You & BISBEE 1 1 For Sale. Mules don't have the ti walking disease." Why not raise some? Buy a jack from J. T. Knapppenburg, lone, Or. Can show three crops of colts at the ranch. Or will trade for livestock. The Good Roads Campaign. EvenlDg Telegram. We are fairly in tlio swing or the nna roads campaign, which promises 1 to amount to BomethinK. It is a cam paign that deserves a boost rrom every ooroe, because the things 'to be achieved are fairly well agreed upon, and they represent advanoe in this state in the sood roads movement. Advance is what we want. There is nothing gained by standing still. There is ne state in the Union wherein the need for a practical and efficient gtod roads propaganda is greater than it is in OreBon. We are concentrating our energies, as it were, on those plans which will help most effectually toward the development of the aericultural resources of the state; and more especially along the lines of the small farm, intensively handled. This is a policy of exploi tation and state development that makes the demand for good roads all the gieater. As a matter of fact its success depends In large met9ure upon the progress we shall make toward the betterment of the state and coun ty highways. Upon the general need of good roads there has been much education in the stale. There can be but few people in Oregon who do not appreciate the value of well-built highways to the comunities they serve. The present campaign does not touch this funda mental so muuh as does the question of method the practical manner in which we siiall proceed to realize the thing that we are after, and the necessity that exists for oitizens every where to inform themselves concerning the merits of the plan proposed, so that it may be not only placed on the bal lot for adoption by the people of the state, but that it may be fully and clearly understood ' Tho nonnld nf flrpfon are at last in l ' o- a fairway to join the head of the column in the good roads movement. It is all resolved to a question of earn est consideration on the part of the voters. Tlie Demons f tbe Swamp are mosauitoes. As they stiug they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the sreneth fails: also malaria paves the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from the blood; give you a fine appetite and renew your strength. "After long .suffering, wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. 0., "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 Drag Oo. FROM SUPT. NOTION. As the time for the annual school meeting is approaching, I would sug gest that in the rural districts the day be made one of more interest than in the past. I would suggest that the honr of meeting be fixed at Si o'clock in the afternoon, but that the people meet at the school house at 10 o'clock. Make it a sort of a holi day. The good women will provide something for the inner man. At noon the feast may be spread, and all 'enjoy the hour together. Some cf the young people may prepare something of a program to enliven the occasion. Talks and paners discuss ing ways and mean of improving the school may be given and discussion follow. There are many topics of vital interest which might be consul ered with profit. If some suggestion as to topics is desired, let me know. We meet to discuss the best meth ods of raising chickens, hogs, grain and other products of the farm; why not for one day lay aside other things in the interest of our most valuable pioduct the children? Respectfully. S. E. NOTSON, Co. Sunt. Poor appetite is sign of impaired digestion. A few doses 'of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will strengthen your digestion and improve your appetite. Thousands have been benetfied by taking these Tablets. Sold by Patterson & Son. Grade Completed. Work has bctn completed on the Rood Canyon grade, and people who have gone over the road from one end to the other say that it is the best piece of road work in Morrow county. The commissioners have spent about $1400 00 in the completion of this work, much of the expenditure going to cover the heavy rock work on the grade. This grade covers about six miles with no bard julls from tbe top to Buttermilk canyon and is a piece of work to be r.foud of. Lame back is usually caused by rheumatism of the mnscles of the back for which yon will find nothinir better than Chamberlain's Liniment For sale by Patterson & Son. Ie.troys Sage Kats. Squirrels. Gophers and Prairie Tos. Requires no mixin? or prepara tion Always ready for -e. Ixra'ilie.t cf ail. Your money bfck if i.r.t as claimed. Clakkk, Vt ouuwakd LiRto Co., Portland, Ore. Summons. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE STATE OP OREGON FOR MOR ROW COUNTY. The' Western & Hawaiian Investment Company Limit ed, a corporation, " Plaintiff VB Benjamin F. Estes and Ada Eetes, his wife, J. Cy Smith and Millie R. Smith his wife, Eliza J. Wehband T. S. Townsend Creamery Company, a corporation, Defendants. To El'za J. Webb: IN THE NAME OP 'THE STA1E of Oregon. You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit within six (6) weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons. If you fail so to do for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the complaint, to-wit, for a decree that plaintiff have judgment against the defendants Benjamin F. Estes and Ada Estes for Two Hundred Dollars (200.) with interest from December 1, 1909 at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, aud for One Hundred Dollars (f 1C0. 00) with interest from Deoember 1, 1910, at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, and Two Hundred Dollars (f200.00) with interest from December 1 , 1911 at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, Twenty-four Dollars ($24.00) with interest from December 1, 1S)10, at 10 per cent per annum, and Sixteen Dollars ($16.00) with interest from Deoember 1, 1911, at 10 per cent per annum, and Forty-seven and 78-100 Dollars (47.78) with interest from January 30, 1912 at 10 per cent per annum, and Seventy-five Dollars (75.00) as attorney's fee, all in Unit ed States Gold Coin, together with the coats and disbursements of this suit, and that the plaintiff have decree for the foreclosure of the mort gage described in the complaint, which is recorded at page 148 of Book "R" of Records of Mortgages of Mor row County State of Oregon, and for the sale of the mortgaged premises situated in said County aud State to satisfy such judgment as plaintiff may recover, s id premises being par ticularly described as follows, to-wit: All of the Northeast quarter (1) of Seotion Twenty-three (23) in Town ship One (1) North of Range Twnnty- flve East of the Willamette Meridian containing one hundred sitxy (160) acres, more or less and that plaintiff have such other and further relief as to the Court may eeem meet and equit able. This summons is published pur suant to an Order of the Honorable O. W. Phelps, Judce of siid Court, made and entered uonn the 8 day of May, 1912, and the date of the first publica tion thereof is Mav 16, 1912. EARL C. BRONAUGH, Attorney for Plaintiff. M 16-J 27. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, May 10th, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Ernest K. Wyland, of Hardman, Oregon, who on Deoember 18th, 1906, made Homestead Serial No 04058, No. 15442, for NEi, Seo tion 7 Township 5 South, Range 25 East Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above desoribed, before C. C. Patterson, U. S. Commissioner at his office, at Heppner. Oregou, on the 18th day of June, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: William T. Reynolds, George McDon ald, George T. Harrison, Richard H Steers, all of Hardman, Oregon. C. W. MOORE, M 16 J 13 Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, May 10th, 1912. Nolice is hereby given that James H. McDaniel of Hardman, Oregon, who, on December 6tli 1900 made Homestead, No. 15426, Serial No. 04049, for NEJ NEi, WJ NEi, and NSVi SEi, Section .Town ship 5 South Range 24 East Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above des cribed, before O. C. Patterson, U. S. Commissioner at his office, at Hepn- ner, Oregou, on the 18th day of June, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Wililam T. Reynolds, George McDon aid, George T. Harrison, Richard II Steers, all of Hardman, Oregon. C. W. MOORE, M 16-J 13 Register. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. Hy virtue of a foreclosure execu tion nml order of nal duly issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Countv of Morrow, State of Oregon, dated' the Mil day of Mny 1912, i.. .. .... n In unir lit the Circuit, III li v.i i. - - . . . . . .. i ..... . Court lor pamtimiiiv mm niine, win rein The First National Hank of -Heppner. Oregon, a corporation Plaintiff, recovered Judgment nsrainst Peter W. White and Mary . White efenlnnts,for the until of Kisrlit liun dreil.Thirty Five and MI-UK) Dollars, with interest thereon nt the rate of 8 per cent. ier annum from the -1st day of February 1912, and the further Bum of Eighty Dollars Attorney's fee, ami costs and (lisbursinente tax ed at Nineteen and 50-100 Dollars, on the 21st day of Febuary 1912. Notice Is hereby K'iven that I will on Friday the 7th day of June 1912, at 2.;I0 o'clock P. M., of mild day. at the front door of tho Court House In Ht'PimtT, Morrow County, Oregon, sell at public miction to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described property, to wit: The East half of the North-east Quarter, and tho South-west quar ter of the North-east quarter, and the North-west quarter of the South east quarter, of Section Twelve (12) Township STx South (ti-S) of Range Twenty Six (20), E. W. M. Contain ing Kio'Acres more or less according to U. S Goverment survey. Taken and levied upon as the property of the said Peter W. White and Mary 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 that haveor may accrue. J. C. HAYES. Sheriff. By J. O. RASMUS, Deputy Dated at Heppner, Oregon, April 8th 1912 Summons for Publication in Foreclosure of Tax Lien. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Morrow County. W. R. Walpolo, Jr., Plaintiff vs. P W. Price Defendant To P. W. Price the above named defendant In the Name of the State of Oregon: you are hereby notified that W. R. Walpole, Jr. , th) holder of Certificate of Delinquency numbered 27 issued on the 8th day of October 1908 by the Tax Collector of the Couuty of Mor row, State of Oregon, for the amount of 75-lOC Dollars, the same beinsc the amount then dne and delinquent for taxes for the year 1907 together with peuatlv, interest and costs there on upon the real property assessed to yon, of which ynu are tbe owner as appears of record, situated in said County and State, and particularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: Lots One (l) and Two (2) in Block Thirty-six (36) of the Town of Irrigon, Moirow County, State of Oregon. You are furiher notified that said W. R. Walools, Jr., has paid taxes on snid premises for prior or subse quent years, with the rate cf interest on said amounts as follows: Year,s Date Tax Re- Am- Rate of Tax Paid ceipt No. ount Interest. 1908 Feb23, 1909 287 $ .33 15 percent. 1909 MarlO, 1910 708 .29 15 percent. 1910 Feb 27, 1911 199 .22 15 percent. 1911 Mar 12, 1912 687 .17 IS percent. Said P. W. Price as .the own of the legal title of the above desoribed property as the same apDears 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 yon are heieby summoned to arpear 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 ac3ruei 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 Morr.iw and said order was made and dated this 15th day of Anril 1912 and the date of the first publicaton of this summons is the 18th day of April 1912. All process and papers in this pro ceeding may be served upon the undersigned residing within the State of Oregon, at the adlrees hereafter mentioned. S. E NOTSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Addresa Hepnner, Oregon. Notice tor Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon March 22, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Michcal C. Marshall, of Willows. Oregon, who. on March 18, 1905 made Homo stad Entry No. 14293, Serial No. 0X519, for SWi SWJ. Sec 24. EJ SEJi, SEi NEJ, Section . 23. Town ship 4 North, Range 23 East, Willam ette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final five-vear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Patter- sun, United States Commissioner at his office, 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. a!8-ml6 C. W. MOORE, Register FOR SALE to make room for young stock, two pens of choice sin gle comb Rhode Island Reds. Cock and seven hens, $15.00. Worth donble tbe price. L. W. Briggs Heppner, Oregon, tf Portland Bids You to her . ROSE PESTSVAL June 1 0-1 5 Tickets will be on sale from all Stations' on O-W. R. & N. 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