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ofc Lake Sanatorium
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N ATURA L H E A LTH R E S TO R AT I V E
il.u I..iUf Sanatorium oilers niuih to health niul rest Kwkorst. The
jrrwir lioilinir mineral spring provides naturally im'dieated water mill inuil
containing iii.'iicina! proper! it's of .ureat value. The three hundred room
Jlotel Sanatorium affords ample aecomniodation. Use of the water Is
preseribed aeeort.inu-to the needs of the patient, determined by skillful
diagnosis. The result is. the Hot Lake Sanatorium is reallv a cure plaee.
Thousands who have suffered from rheumatism, blood, skin, stomach and
kidney disorders have found relief and permanent cure there. The rates
nre made to conform to the requirements of fill classes. Open the year
Hot Lake Sanatorium Is located in Union County, Lastern Oregon, in
the heart of the l'.lue Mountains, directly on the main line of the Oregon
Washington Railroad CO. Navigation Co., and I'M n be conveniently
reached from any railroad point in the Northwest. Special reduced round
trip fares are nuide from all points on the O.-W. II. & N. Write for free
HOT LAKE SANATORIUM,
WALTER M. PIERCE, Pres. and Mar.
SM. S. CORRIGALL, President J. H. McHALEY,
J. B. NATTER, Vice Pre. Vice Pres.
T. J. M AHONF.Y, Cashier
CLYDE BROCK, Asst. Cashier
BUST NATflONAL BANK
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.
Try the New Drink
5 cents a glass
SLOCUM DRUG CO.
r uour Kitchen
GILLIAM & BISBEE
Leading Hardware Dealers
Delinquent Tax List 1910.
Notice is hereby given that the last
half of the taxes 'or tho year 1910, on
the property hereinafter described,
which was assessed to the respective
persons herein named . have been de
linquent since the First Monday in
October 1911: that if said taxes are
not paid within six months from suid
date, a Tax Certificate of delinquency
will issue thereon, -as provided by
A penalty of ten per cent,
interest at one per cent per
month and the cost of this
notice will be added to the
respective amounts as herein
Gladys Akers, lone Halvorscns
Add; Lots 7-8 Blk 2 3 06
E. T. Allen. Irrigon Lota 1-15-17-18
Blk 16 41
Matilda 0. Avers, SW1 NWJ, 32.
1-N 28. S4 SEH. KEJi ' SEJ4
20. 1-S, 28 5 82
Wm. Ayers Est, Ej.t NW,i, EJ
SW'i, 4, 1-S, 23. SEi 10, 1-S
28 11 20
Fred W. Balsiger, SWJ 81, 1-N,
24. N)a NWl beg llchs of SE
cor of the NE1 Sec. 5. West 11
chsN,20 chs, East 44 chs.
SE teiiy, 21 ohs to bee, Sec 4,
1-S, Range 24. NEJ, SEI,
5, 1-S, 24 51
Melvina Brenner, NV)a', NE1,
NEJ NWl, 12, 0-S 25. BH
SEI, 1, 6-S 25 16
E. S. Cnx. lone, Lot 6, Bkl 1. ..9
Joshana Doan. NWl, 8 1-N, 25. .14
M. O. Fuqua. SEI, 32, 3-S, 24.
NWl. .33, 3-S, 24 36
Grace G.Gill, S4 SEi, 10, 4-S,
29. N SEI, 15. 4-S. 29 4 96
E. A. Hammer, NE NEJ, 10,
1-S, 24. W, 32 Acres of the
NW NWJ 11. 1-S, 24. 3S 11
0. O. Henkle, Lot 4, Elk 9. West
Irrieon, Sec, 24 fi-N 26. Lots
3-4 Si, NW Sec 2. 4-N. 26. .15 24
Hollie Leathers, Si W&, W. 30
Acres NWl SW, Sec 35, 4-S,
25 9 13
Shelby E. Lee, Lexington, Lot 3,
Blk 15 '. 11 55
Littlehales & Roberts, WJ NE,
Ei NWi, 17 1-N 23. El EJ, 17,
1-N, 23. Lots 3-4, 19. 1-N
23 13 45
C. A. Lovegreen, NW&. SJSW1,
17, 3-S. 23. NE4'. EJ NWl,
18, 3 S 23. NElNEJa19,3-rf
23. Ei SEU, 18. 3-S. 23. Nl
NWl, 20, 3-S, 23 55 20
Lincoln Maedor, Lot 2, Blk 15
Wet Irrieon, 1 65
George Miller, Lot 12, Blk L,
Looneys Add 16 10
Thaden Moore Heppner, Mt v'er
non Add, Lot 1, Blk 20 1 71
Artie Morgon, Heppner, Ayers
5th Add: Lot 4, Blk 2. Tract
No. 57 8 59
D. F. Kossler, Lot 1 Blk 20 West
Irrigon .' 1
W. T. McNutt SEI 34, 1-N, 24, .36 17
Lena Owens, Tract in SW1 SW1,
35, 4-S, 25. ... 8 70
Frank W. Roberts, Heppner SI
"Lot 5, Bkl 2. 33 X 42 ft off
W. end of Lot 5 Blk 2 244
W. A. Thomas, NWl, a. 1-N. 23.
NE1. 6, 1-N, 24. E SW1,
34, 2-N, 23 32
C. D. Turner, Est, Lexington,
Lot 2, Blk 6 41
fC. G. Warren, SW'i NEJ, W
SEI, 13, 1-S 29 4 20
S. O. Wat kins, WNElNSEl
19, 1-S, 25 9 60
R. O. Wills Est, Hepnner, Part
Lot 1, Blk 9. 16 X 40 ft Lot
2, Blk 9. E. 30 ft, Lots 7-8,
Blk 9 12 69
A. F. Young, S SEI, 8.2-S.23.
EJS NEJ6, 17, 2-S 23 3 57
Cecil Young, Ey2 SW1, 29. 3 S,
23. NWl NE1, NE1 NWl, 32
3-S, 23 5 09
J. C. HAYES,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
(1200.00) with interest from December
1, 1911 at the rate of 8 per cent tier
annum, Twenty-fonr Dollars ($24.00)
with interest from December 1, 11)10,
at 10 Der cent per annum, and Sixteen
Dollars ($16.00) with interest from
December l", 1911, at 10 per cent per
annum, find Forty-seven and 78-100
Dollars ($47.78) with interest from
Januarv 20, 1912 at 10 pur cent per
annum, and Seventy-five Dollars
(75. Of)' as attornuy's foe, all in Unit
ed States Gold Coin, together with
tho costs and disbursements of this
suit, and that the plaintiff have
deoree for the foreclosure of the mort
gage described in the complaint,
which is recorded nt page M8 of Book
"R" of Records of Mortgages of Mor
row County State of Oregon, and for
the sale of the mortgaged premises
situated iri said County aud Srate to
satisfy, such judgment as plaintiff
may recover, siid premises being par
ticularly described as follows, to-wit:
All of the Northeast quarter (l) of
Section Twentv-three (23) in Town
ship One (1) North of Range Twenty-
five East of the Willumetta Meridinn
containing one hundred sitxy (1G0)
acres, more or less and that plaintiff
have snch other and further relief as
to the Court may seem meet and equit
This summons is published pur
suant to an Order of tho Honorable G.
W. Phelps, Judge of said Court, made
and entered upon the 8 day of May,
1912. and the data of the first publica
tion thereof is Mav 16, 11)12
EARL C. BRONAUGH,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
M 10-J 27.
A sprained ankle may as a rale be
cured in from tbre to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Liniment and
observing the directions with each
bottle. For eale by PattersoD& Sod.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
The Western & Hawaiian
Investment Company Limit
ed, a corporation,
Benjamin F. Estes and
Ada Estes. his wife, J. Cy
Smith and Millie R. Smith
his wife, Eliza J. Wehband
T. S. Townsend Creamery
Company, a corporation,
To Eliza J. Webb:
IN THE NAME OF THE
of Oregon. You are hereby
to appear and answer the complaint
filed against yoo 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
Notice tor Publication.
Department of tho interior, U. S
Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon,
May 24tn 1912. Notice is hereby
given that James W. Waid, heir at
law of Joseph E. Waid. (deceased)
of Lexington Oregon, who.cn Novem
ber 2(ith 1906, made Homestead, No,
15416, Serial. No. 04O43, for SEi. Sec
tion 8, Township 1 North, Ranee 26
East, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to moke five year
Proof, to establish claim to tho land
above described, before C. U. Patter
son, U. S. Commissioner at his office,
at Hepprer, Oregon, on the 1st day of
Claimant cames 'ns witnesses:
A. A. Finly, W. B. Fiuley, J. W.
Siblev. all of Lexington, Oregon, P.
B. Dohertv, of HepDner, Oregon.
m30-j27 C. W. MOORE; Register.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Percy Hughes, has been
duly appointed administrator of the
estate of O. C Townsend, deceased,
by the County Court of Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, and has duly qualified for
such trust. All persons haviig
claims against said estate are hereoy
notified to present the same to me
dnly verified, at the office of my
attorney, Sam E. Van Vactor, in
Hepuner, Morrow County, Oregon,
on or before six months from tho dato
of first publication hereof.
Dated and first published this 13th
day cf June, A. D. 1912.
Administrator of the Estate of C
C. Townsend, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the.
Connty Superintendent of Morrow
County will hold the regular examin
ation for applicants for State and
oounty papers at Heppner as follows:
For State Papers.
Commencing Wednesday, June 19
at 9 0 clock a. m. . and continuing
until Saturday, June 22. at 4 p. m.
Wednesday forenoon U. S. History,
Wednesday afternoon Physical Geo
graphy, Reading, Composition,
Mtehods in Reading,- Methods in
Thursday forenoon Arithmetic, His
tory of Education, Psychology,
Methods in Geography.
Thursday afternoon Grammar, Geog
raphy, American Literature, Phy
sics. Methods in Language. Thesis
for Primary Certificate.
Friday afternoon Theory and Prac
tice, Orthography, English Litera
Friday afternoon School Law, Bot
any. Algebra, Civil Government.
Saturday forenoon Geometry, Geol
Saturday afternoon General History,
, Yours truly,
S. E. NOTSOiN . Co. Supt.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will he received by the City of
Heppner up and untiT 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of Saturday, June 30th,
19.12 , for the construction of a ooncrete
reservoir for the storage of water.
Suiih reservoir to be constructed in
accordance 'with the plans and spBoifi
eations now on public exhibition at
the office of the City Reoordor of said
City. Eirls to include all material
to be used in tha construction of said
reservoir. All bids most be accom
panied by a certified check in the sum
of at least ten per cent (10 pre oent)
of the amount oi bid for faithful per
formance an the part of the contractor.
Tho right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
J. P. WILLIAMS.
City Recorder of the City of Heppner.
Notice, of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Executor of the Estate of
Eliza Beaman, deceased, has tiled his
final account as such executor, and
that the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County has fixed
Monday, the l5tn dny of August, l!)12,
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the fore
nootvrf said day, as the time and the
County Conrt Room in the Court
House at Hepnner, as the plane, for
the hearing and settlement of said
final account, Objnctions to said final
account should be filed 011 or before
E. E.- BEAMAN. Executor.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale dulv issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for thu Counly.of Morrow, dated the
15th day of May, 1912, in a certain
suit in the Circuit Court for said
Courty and State, wherein T. J.
Mahoney, plaintiff, recovered judg
ment against James Hamilton and
Harriet E. Hamilton, defendants, for
the sum of Three Hundred Fifteen
and 33-100 Dollars, ($315.53) with
interest thereon from said 15th day of
May, 19l2, at the rate of eight ner
cent per annum, and the sum of
Thirty and no-100 Dollars ($30.00)
Attorneys fee and, for the further sum
of Thirty-ons and 94-100 Dollars.
($31.94), with interest thereon at the
rate of ten per cent per annum from
the 15th dy of May. 1913, and
the sum of Ten and no-100 Dol
lars. Attorney's fees and for further.
sum of Fifty-f-rar and 50-100 Dollars,
($54 50) costs and disbursements.
Notice is hereby given that I will
on Tuesdny, the Ifith dav of July, 191
at 2:30 0 clock r. M. of said nay, at
the front door of the Court House in
Hepnner, Morrow County. Oregon,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder fur cash in hand, the following
described real property, to-wit: The
Norh-west Quarter (NWl) of the
South-east QuartreS (ShJ)i) the Nor;h
Half (Nl) of the Southwest Qnarter
(SW1) and the South-west Quarter
(SW1) cf the South-west Quarter
(SWl) ot Section Twenty-six (26) in
Township One (1), North of Range
Twenty-five (25) East of the Willanv
ette Meridian, in Morrow County, Ors
Taken and levied upon as the prop
eity of the said James Hamilton and
Harriet E. Hamilton or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
the said judgment in favor of T. J
Mahoney and against said James
Hamilton and Harriet E. Hamilton,
together with nil costs and disburse
ments that have or may accrue.
J. C. HAYES,
By J. O. RASMUS,
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, June 12tb,
Notice To Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed by
the County Court of Morrow County,
Oreogn administrator of the estate of
George W. Goff, deceased and has
qualified as such. All persons haying
claims against the estate of said de
cerned are hereby notified to present
H. WILT, lone, Oregon. 1
same to me dulv verified as by lawre-
the defendants Benjamin F. Estes and quired t the office of O. E. Woodson
Ada Estes for Two Hundred Dollars " ! City of Heppner .Oregon within
(200.) witlj interest from December six months from the date of first pub
1. 1909 at the rate of 8 per cent per , l'ction lie1"0'-
nnnm. and for One Hnnrfrpd rin!lr ' Dated and published first time this
6th day cf June, 1912.
S. T. GOFF.
and Two Hundred nn!!,. Administrator.
sobtr, reliable blacksmith
be a good horseshoer and gen- I (fioo.00) with interest from December!
nith. W rite or call on , u m0f Bt the raUl cf 8 per cent
From informaiton rceieved from the
Southern .Pacific Company, operating
the Steamship Line between New
Yoik and New Orleans, we learn that
passengers using that line need have
no fear in case of accident. The life
boat capneity on these ships has always
been sufficient to acoomorlato all of
the passengers and crew and the wire
less equipment is such that the wire
less room at a times night and day, is
in charge of an experienced operator.
Notices are posted in all state rooms,
public rooms and steerage showing
the ass:gnments of occupants to speci
fic boats, and all ilfe-boats are con
soicously numbered. Fire and boat
drills are held at each port as well as
on the first day out and passengers
are invited to take patt in them.
Stewards demonstrate how to attach
life-belts to the body. It is said
that these are not new rulings, but
have been in force on these ships for
P .G. Balsiger's family were up
and spent last Thursday with the
picnioers at tha convention.
Mrs. Loren Hale, of White Salmon,
formroly of Ioue, is here making her
friends and acauaintauces a visit.
Rufus Cochran and fumily were
Lexington visitors last week enjoying
the day with young people up theie.
W. II. Oionk und family returned
from the Rose City last Saturday
night feeling as though they had put
in a full week celebrating.
Mrs. Ferdinand Balsiger left last
Wednesday morning for Colfax,
Wash., where she will visit with
hor son John who i& M, D. up three.
Ross Shaver, who has been confined
in the Heppner hospital for the past
Rix weeks suffnriug with a broken log,
returned to lone last week and is stay
ing with his brother Charlie.
Mrs. John Cochran and her son
Archie came in on Friday evening's
train. They have been up at White
Stvan visiting with friends and rela
tives. You ought to see John smile
Mr. Samuels and wife, also T. M.
Benedict and wife, took a joy ride to
Heopner one dny last week. These
good Morgan people have a fino time
viewing the country in their "get
The Hotel de lone is having a new
suit ot clothes made this week in the
shape of some nice new paper. Pasty
Afeers, Ginger nnd Doodle are the men
at the whe.d and Beeoh is straw boss.
Stay by it boys.
E. E. Miller, the nun that blows
the big horn, is out at Frank Wilson's
these rlays fixiug up tha machinrey
and gettiug ready for a big run.
Frank says his wheat wilt make 20
bushels all over. We hope so, Frank.
It is so hot these days that there is
not much exoitement so you will have
to excuse the shortage of news this
week. It will soon be harvest and
then people will all be so busy that
it will be nothing but wheat, wheat
Dr. Chick returned from Portland
last Saturday after having spent a
pleasant week among the roses. The
doctor's wife left Portland Saturday
rnornfng for Grand Rapids, .Michigan
where she will spend a couple of
months visiting with friends and rel
Tom 1'arman and wife, formerly of
the GoosHterry country came in on
Monday night's train to have a look
at the fin grain that is about ready
to harvest. There seems to be an
unseen magnate that draws these old
timers back to the home of younger
Harry Warren received the sad news
that his father, died last Friday. It
was auite a shock to Harry as his
father left here only the week before
in fine health, and went to his home
ot Portland. Harry drove to Arling
ton and took the train from there to
attend his falhre's funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney of Portland,
are un hem viisting with the Buschke
family. Mr. Buschke's brother came
up also and spent a few days with
Ben. Mr. Buschke said that there
were so many people in Portland that
he thought he wnutlj get out for a
few days and make room for mere.
Heppner and lone went to war again
last Sunday to see which side could
play ball the best. The game was a
dandy good one on tha start and we
thought it would be horse and horse
till the close. But Henoner's pitcher
conld not cut the mustard which was
qnite a 3rawbck to the boys. How
ever we had a good game of ball, and
we hope we will have some more of
them. The score at the close of the
game was 0 to 10 in lone s favor.
When baby suffers with croup,
ply and give Dr. Thomas' Electic
at once. Safe fr.r children. A little
goes a long way. 25c and 50o. At
all drug stores.
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