PACE TWO THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEFPNER, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1924. TIE GfiZETTE-T THt BirrNK CHZFTTK, butlia-d THt mtri-NHK timks loubiua. OONOI.UlATM fF.HKl'AKY 11. lt! ttWIkll AND H'tMK iRAKPORD U4 r-ir4 mi Ih t'w-t Ofl 1 Heppner, Orryoft. to iNWid-rlM matiar. AnVKRTIllvr. TFfi GIVEN ON APrl.lf ATlnN iUHSrHlPTlON RATES : Ont Year Kl Moataa Tf Months ftutsM Coriea MORROW COV1NTT OFFICIAL PAPER Foreira Adwtwfrf Rrpreeematie THE AMKkK.AN I KfcSS ASSOCIATION W. B. BARB ATT. T AST year Umatilla county held the " office of joint representative from the twenty-second district. Umatilla . and Morrow counties, so it is Mor row county's turn to offer the 1924 candidate. After some two months of real urctnc, W. B. Barratt, prom inent cititen of Heppner. was pre vailed upon to make the race . Even thouch it is Morrow county's turn to furnish the representative from the joint district, Umatilla county also has a candidate this year. Mr. Barratt is principally known as one of the leaiJine stock men of eastern Oregon and has heen active in the sheep business since 1SP0, hut since 1921 a silent partner in tne firm of Barratt A Son. Was appointed by Governor Olcott to fill the vacan cy on the state nifhway commission caused by the death of E. E. Kiddle. the eastern Orepon member. Mr. Bar ratt served as commissioner twenty six months, durinff which time an ex penditure of $30,000,000 was author ised for Oreffon roads and highways, a service performed without a word of doubt being cast on the commis sion's action. Mr. Barratt was born in Shrop shire, Ensland. February 2Sth, 1S62. and educated in the common schools of Ent'.and anti! he became fourteen years old. His father was a land, scape ancineer and Mr. Barratt pain ed some experience in that line until he was eighteen. Came to America January 14th, 188 1, working first in New York for two years, coming to Oregon in September, 1683, by way of San Francisco and Portland. short sojourn in Clackamas county preceded his removal to what was then Umatilla county, later being tub-divided to form Morrow county. He worked on stock ranches until tie fall of 1899, when he struck out for himself. In 1899 he married Miss Eliza Hynd of Forfarshire, Scotland. Have four children three girls and one boy. As a stockman Mr. Barratt has survived the depression of 1893 and 1897 and Buffered the loss of his home in Heppner in the flood of 1903. His first public service consisted of an appointment by Governor Withy combe to the State Livestock Sanitary Board where he served one and a fraction terms, resigning to accept the appointment to the highway com mission as an associate of R. A. Booth and John Yeon. He tendered his resgination to Governor Pierce when the latter assumed office. In 1916 Mr. Barratt was elected presi dent of the Oregon Wool Growers, serving for four consecutive years. Mr. Barratt has relinquished some of the strenuous work connected with ranching to his son and finds his diversion in political activity. Mr. Barratt enjoys the complete confidence of those who have come in contact with him as highway com missioner and as a prominent wool grower of eastern Oregon. s-s-s THROUGH a misunderstanding of just what was desired, the Gazette Times published an announcement last week in which it was stated that Mrs. Lena Snelt Shurte would be candidate before the primaries for the office of county school superin tendent, and the request was made that her name be written in on the republican ballot for this position. In the tame bsue of the paper ap peared also a letter from Mrs. Shurte in support of the county unit and in which the stated that she bad not declared herself a candidate for re election as superintendent, owing to her support of the unit measure. Fav oring the county unit plan, Mrs. Shurte felt it to be inconsistent to declare herself for the office of su perintendent at the primaries, and had decided to wait until the vote had been taken on the adoption of the unit plan, and then become an inde pendent candidate, should she re ceive the proper encouragement. Mrs. Shurte aimed to convey to this paper the idea, as we understand it now, that she would appreciate a compli mentary vote from her friends on primary day, but did not intend to FOLKS IN OUR TOWN 0b DeaDOT, How Ceuld You? McCuIlough fj L -"-Mi LJ eZ AUTOCASTF.R -Tkt4-a all Bi&MT . I I f DON'T GO TO THS I w o., V J"51" acT A pinch Lovers V BLOW OF SMOFF takk I Vfev I'pMfj ? wk &)$k I make a formal announcement, aura at was made by this paper. On the other hand, w received the impres sion that fhe had decided lo run, which we considered she had a per fect ripht to do, ard the announce ment was made accordingly. Not wihhing to make Mrs. Shurte appear in the wrong light in this natter, we make this explanation. s-s s AMERICA'S lH'TY. paragraph by President Coo!- 1 Mr , conMituten a ringing endorse ment of the Dawes reparations re port, that may well be pondered by American citizens. He said: MOur duty is to help give tability to the world. We want ideal ism, w e want that vision which ifts men and nations above them selves. These are virtues oy reason of their own merit. But they must not be impractical; they must not be ineffective. The world has had en ough of the curse and hatred and selfshness, of destruction and war. It has had enough of the wrongful use of material power. For the heal' ing of the nations there must be good will and charity, confidence and peace. The time has come for a more practical use of moral power, and more reliance upon the principle that right makes its own might. Our au thority among the nations must be represented by justice and mercy, America has taken her place in the world as a Republic free, indepen dent, powerful. The best servcie that can be rendered to humanity ts the assurance that this place will be maintained." $-$-$ I f EN and measures are up for con A'i si deration at the polls tomorrow. In this state of Oregon, "we, the pee pulM have our say as to whom we wish to be placed on the ballot for the im portant offices to be fined at the com ing fall election, and we have our say as to what measures shall be adopted or rejected. The "noisy minority" has been putting over a little too much these later years and too small a percentage of the voters of the state have adopted laws for us that are not altogether what is want ed, and men are filling the offices that are in the majority of cases just a little too small. Let the "si lent majority" go to the polls and have their say; otherwise we have no right to kick if we get men and measures not to our liking. s-s-s MORE FORESTS BURNED THAN CUT. GOVERNMENT figures show that in agencies depleting our forests, the ratio of burning to cutting is near ly two to one. During 1923, there were 61.891 for est fires in United States, burnin an aggregate area of 11,500,000 acres with a financial loss in excess of $16, 500.-0O0. Some idea of the extent of this rav aged area may be gathered from the fact that it is eight times the acre age of French forests destroyed damaged throughout the World War -and this, too. in one year! Only 26 states are making definite fforts to protect their forest land: aggregating 16,000,00r acres, from fire. From July 1, 1922. to June 30, 1923, they expended $1,826,430 for this purpose. This is only a little more than a cent an acre and not enough to weigh heavily on any tax payer. S-S-S COOLIDGE'S HONESTY, COURAGE AND SANITY HAVE WON PEOPLE. SUMMING up the Coolidge dele eates so far nledeed has put alto gether unnecessary work upon the adding machines. The Coolidge nom ination was a certainty months ago. Mr. Coolidge will be nominated by a shout of unanimity on the first bal lot The popularity of the President is somewhat difficult to analyze if ! achievement alone is taken into con-' sideration. He is his party's leader in name only. That party is split, disorganized. Some of its responses to his advice and appeal have been almost insulting. He has been un able to direct the course of legislation in Congress. Senate and House have loitered when they have been urged to make headway. They have accep ted the national welfare as of less importance than cheap and petty pol itics. In one -instance an attempt has been made to expunge a message from Mr. Coolidge from the records of Congress an unheard-of and grat uitous piece of insolence. Yet in spite of the alow labor with legislation, the upheavals in the Re publican party and the antics of con gressmen, Mr. Coolidge's standing with the country at large has im proved week by week. Some true instinct in the minds and hearts of the people has told them that the President has been doing his best with exceedingly poor ma terial. They realize that no other chief magistrate, so placed, could be more nearly master of the situation. (this Time m I NQ CuBW (ohn PRoPosi ) j I To CLEANORE " HOW ( J' Jf I CM SHE sEfuse j I V SHEIK MARRY UlWSi ME 7 Moreover, it is fu!!y understood that r.rrt other men are running around dizzying circles the President has kept his feet on the ground. He has t joined in the shouting. He has ot posed as one of a thousand or two pntriuts in the national capital who laim that their own private formulas are the only ones for the salvation of ve nation. Tc those who have damned him for j eping silence and damned him like- i wise when he opened his mouth, he i has given no indication that he knew they existed. This has amused the country, and added to the respect it accorded him. Mr. Coolidpe's strength lies in his intelligence and his character. His com n on sense of enormous need in pcritd full of half-insane political theories. His honesty and courage are priceless when a little wavering from high standards, a streak of cow- rdice in the President might bring ills upon us it would take a genera tion to cure. Toledo Blade. S-H Tomorrow is primary election day; go to the polls and exercise your duties of citizenship. S-S-S For aale at once, all my household furnishings. Mrs. Ray Moore, city. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. LAND OFFICE at La Grande, Oregon, May 9, 1924. NOTICE is hereby given that Wal do L. Vincent, of Lena, Oregon, who, on January 20, 1922, made Additional Homestead Entry. Act 12-29-16, No. 020797, for SHSWH. Section 25, Township 1 South, Range 23 East. Willamette Meridian, has hied notice of intention to make final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before United States Com missioner, at Heppner, Oregon, on the 1st day of July, 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: Harry Brown of Lena, Oregon; M. T. Gentry of Lena, Oregon; Percy Hughes of Heppner, Oregon; Michael Curran of Lena, Oregon. CARL G. HELM, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned administrator of the es tate of Arthur Kilcup, deceased, has filed his final account with the Clerk of the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, and that the Judge of said Court has set as the time and place for hearing on and final settlement of said account. Saturday, June 14th, 1924, at the hour of Two o'clock, p. m., in he Court room of said Court in Heppner, Ore gon. W. W. KILCUP, Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has filed his final account as adminsitrator of the estate of Charles H. Bullis, deceased, and that the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County has ap pointed Saturday, the 7th day of June, 1924, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day as the time, and the County Court room in the Court House at Heppner, Oregon, as the place, of hearing and settle ment of said final account. Objec tions to aid final account must be filed on or before said date. S. T. ROBISON, Administrator. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER EXECUTION. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an execution issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, and to me directed and delivered, upon a judgment, decree and order of sale, rendered and entered in said court on the 3rd day of May, 1924, in favor of H. L. Frazier, as plaintiff and against Rebecca S. Howell, formerly Rebecca S. Hildebrand, and Walter L. Hildebrand, as defendants, for the sum of $18000.00, and interest thereon at the rate of 6 per annum from the 9th day of March, 1923, until paid; the further sum of $329.66, and interest thereon at the rate of 6 per annum from the 26th day of March, 1924, until paid, and'the fur ther sum of $800.00, attorney's fees, and the plaintiff's costs and disburse ments of suit taxed at $46.80; which said judgment, decree and order of sale has been docketed and enrolled in the office of the clerk of said court; and whereas, by said judg ment, decree and order of sale, it was directed that the following described real property, situated in Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit: The west half of Section 16; the east half of Section 8, and the west half of Sec tion 9, all in Township 1 South Range 23, East of Willamette Merid ian, be sold by the sheriff of Mor row County, Oregon, to satisfy said judgment and costs. Now, therefore, I will on the 6th day of June, 1924, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the front door of the County Court Hous in Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, sell alt the right, title and interest the said defendants had in and to the above described real prop erty, on the date of. the mortgage in said decree mentioned, or since then have acquired, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the proceeds of such sale to be ap- plied to the satisfaction of said judg- tnent and costs. Dated this 5th day of Mav, 1924. GEO. McDUFFEE, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS. All General Fund Warrants of Mor row County, Oregon, registered on or before December 31st, 1923, will be paid on presentation at the office of the County Treasurer on or after May 10th, 1924. at which date interest on said warrants will cease. Dated at Heppner, Oregon, April 2$, 1924. LEON W. BRIGGS, - County Treasurer. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. LAND OFFICE at La Grantie, Oregon. April 26, 1924. NOTICE is hereby given that 'Wayne C. Chapman, of . Pilot Rock. Oregon, who, on December 21, 1920, made Homestead Entry, Act 12-29-16 and 9-5-14, No. 019844, for SW NW4. WttSWK, Section 25, SEk, SESW4, Section 26, NEttNWK. E4NEU, Section 35, Township 2 South, Rnge 29 East, Willamette Mer idian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before United States Commissioner at Pilot Rock, Oregon, on the 18th day of June, 1924. Claimant names as w'tnesses: Jack King. Frank GilKland, Frank Chapman, Fred Hinkle, all of Pilot Rock, Oregon. CARL G. HELM, Register. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, adminis tratrix of the estate of Ella B. Young, deceased, and all persons having claims against the estate of said de ceased are hereby required to present same with proper vouchers to said ad ministratrix at the office of Jos. J. Nvs. at Heppner, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated this 24th day of Anril, 1924 RITA WESTHOFF, Administratrix. SUMMONS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR ROW COUNTY. W. H. Treisch, Plaintiff. s. Amos B. Strait, and Bertha M. Strait. his wife. J. F. Lucas, Phill Conn J. A. Williams, Helen V. Knappen berg, and Southwestern Washing ton Bank, a corporation. Defendants, To Southwestern Washington Bank, a corporation, of defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you are hereby required to appear and answer plaintiff's com plaint filed against you in the above entitled court and cause on or be fore six weeks from the date of the first publication of this Summons upon you, and if you fail to so appear answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the above en titled court for the relief prayed for in his complaint, to-wit: For judgment against the defend ant. Amos B. Strait, for the sum of $3960.00, with interest thereon from the 20th day of August, 1920, at the rate of seven per cent per annum, for the further sum of $250.00, attor ney's fees, and his costs and dis bursements incurred herein. The plaintiff's mortgage be fore closed, and the real property there in described and as follows, to-wit: The Nothwet quarter, and the South half of Section eight (8) in Township two f2) North of Range twenty-seven (27) East of Willamette Meridian, in Morrtfw County, Oregon, be sold upon execution, and the pro ceeds thereof applied to the pay ment of said judgment, and that you, and each and all of the defendants be forever barred and foreclosed from all right, title and interest in and to said real property, save only the statutory right of redemption, and for such other and further relief as may be just and equitable. This Summons is published upon you in the Gazette-Times, once a week for six successive weeks pur suant to an order of Hon. Wm. T. Campbell, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, which order is dated April 15th, 1924, and the date of the first publication of this Summons is April 17th, 1924, and the date of the last publication thereof is May 29th, 1924. JOS. J. NYS, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and postofficc address, Heppner, Oregon. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S 8AI.E ON EXECUTION. Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an attachment exe cution and order of sale duly issued out and under the Beal of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County by the Clerk of said Court on the 8th day of April, 1924, upon a judgment entered and ren dered in naid Court on the loth day of November, 1!)21, in favor of P. T. Murphy, plaintiff, and against John J. Kelly, defendant, for the sum of $960.00, with interest thereon from the 6th day of June,. 1621, at the rate of six per cent per annum, and the further sum of J17.00, the cost and disbursements of the action, and to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon and will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash on Saturday, the 17th day of May, 1924, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the front door of the Court House t Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, all the right, title and interest of the defendant, John J. Kelly, in and to the following described real proper ty, situated in Morrow County, Ore gon, to-wit: The South half of the North half, and the Southwest quarter of Section 14 in Township 2 North of Range 26 East of Willametto Meridian, subject to tne statutory right of redemption. Dated this th lay of April, I!i24, CEOROE McDUFFEE, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. NO. 2174. AI'I'MCATJO.N FOK JUIKiMENT FORECLOSING TAX MENS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR ROW COUNTY. Morrow County, Oregon, a Public Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. John Howell, G, A. Illeukman, Patrick Curran Estate, John Curran. John P. Fraete, afary J. Graham, Thomas P. Graham, W. E. Hall, tnterucban Land Company, a corporation, Louii Marquardt, N. H. Leathers, Minnie M. Lee, H. E. Lee per, Nina Lone, Chas. McAlister, J. A. Lvtle. Alvin J. Kelly, J. M. Kelly, Ellen McArthur, Win. Moreland, Nosliw Securities Company, a corporation. E. W. Hughes, and J. D. Weed, and any other person or persons owning or claiming to own, or having or claiming to have, any interest or estate in or to the real property hereinafetr described, Defendants. SIMMONS AND NOTICE. To John Howell, G. A. Bleakman, Patrick Curran Estate, John Curran. John P. Freese, Mary J. Graham, Thomas P. Graham, W. E. Hall. N. H. Leathers, Minnie M. Lee, H. E. Leeper, Nina Long, Chas. McAlister, J. A. Ly tle. Alvin J. Kelly, J. M. Kelly. Ellen McArthur, Wm. Moreland, Nosliw Se curities Company, a corporation, E. W. Hughes, and J. D. Weed, and any other person or persons owning oi claiming to own, or having or claim ing to have, any interest or estate in or to the real property hereinafter described, Defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You and each of you are hereby notified that the above named Plaintiff, a public corporation, is the purchaser, owner and holder, of certi ficates of delinquency numbered 1056, 1062, 1066, 1069, 1070, 1072, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1084, 1085, 1087, 1089, 1095, and 1111, issued on the 15th day of May, 1922, by the Sheriff and Collec tor of Delinquent Taxes for Morrow County, Oregon and filed by the said Sheriff and Collector of Delinquent Taxes in the office of the County Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon, on the 16th day of May, 1922, for taxes due and delinquent, together with penalty, interest and costs thereon, upon real property situate in Morrow County, Oregon. You are further notified that the amount for which said certificate is issued is set opposite and following the description of the tract or parcel of land hereinafter set out, the same being the amount then due and delin quent, for taxes for the year 1917, together with penalty, interest and costs thereon, upon real property sit uate in Morrow County, Oregon, and particularly bounded and described as hereinafter set forth, said tract or parcel of land being assessed for the year 1917 to the first person whose name immediately precedes the de scription thereof, and ia followed by the name of the person appearing to be the owner thereof, as appears on the tax roll of Marrow County, Ore gon, for the year 1923 now in tne hands of the Sheriff of said County for collection, at the date of the 'first publication of this summons and no tice, which date is the 17th day or April, 1924. Certificate No. 1056, G. A. Bleakman and John Howell, East 75 feet of Lots 3 and 4, Block 3 of Adams' Addition to Hardman, Oregon, $3.87 Certificate No. 1062, Patrick Cur ran Estate, and John Curran, South half,- South half of North half, Northeast quarter of North east quarter, and Northwest quar ter of Northwest quarter of Sec tion 10, Township 1 North, Range 25 East of Willamette Meridian, ;187.31 Certificate No. 1066, John P. Freeze and John P. Freeze, Lot 1, Block 11 East, in Section 19, Township 5 North, Range 27 East of Wil lamette Meridian $4.02 Certificate No. 1069, Mary J. Gra ham and Mary J. Graham, West half of Southwest quarter. Sec tion 24, and East half of South east quarter of Section 23, Town ship 6 South, Range 25 East of Willamette Meridian $21.75 Certificate No. 1070, Thomas P. Graham and Thomas P. Graham, South half, of Southwest quarter, Section 23; and West half of Northeast quarter, Noith half of Southwest quarter, and North west quarter of Section 26; all in Township 6 South, Range 25 East of Willamette Meridian $56.81 Certificate No. 1072, W. E. Hall and W. E. Hall, SE14SW14, SW4 SE, Section 8, and NttNW4, Section 17, Township 4 South, Range 29 East of Willamette Mer idian $20.48 Certificate No. 1079, N. H. Leathers and N. H. Leathers, Beginning at the quarter corner between sec tions 27 and 28, Tp. 4 S., R. 24 E. W. M., and running east along east and west center line of Sec. 27, 28.60 ch., thence -N. 10 deg. 00 min west 28.04 ch thence N. 74 deg. 45 min., W. 3.62 ch., thence N. 88 deg. 12 min., West 8.27 ch., thence S. 78 deg. 30 min., W. 12.11 ch., thence S. 79 deg. 43 min., W. 11.90 ch., thence N. 92 deg. 10 min, W. 3.12 ch., thence N. 63 deg. 30 min., W. 8.74 ch., thence N. 81 deg. 60 min., W. 10.50 ch., thence S. 1.70 ch., thence N. 67 deg. 30 min., W. 4.15 ch., thence W. 3.40 ch., thence S 10.90 ch., thence E. 40 ch., thence S. 20 ch. to place of be ginning $12.50 Certificate No. 1080, Minnie M. Lee and Minnie M. Lee, South half of Southeast quarter, Section 16, Township 4 North, Range 27 East of Willamette Meridian $6.11 Certificate No. 1081, H. E. Lecper and H. E. Leeper, Tract No. 4, Royse's Addition to Hardman, $2.67 Certificate No. 1084, Nina Long and Nina Long, Lots 10 and 11, Block 11, Mt. Vernon Addition to the City of Heppner $2.73 Certificate No. 1085, Chas. McAlis ter and J. A. Lytle, Alvin J. Kelly, and J. M. Kelly, W'ANWVtNE'A, WV4 Ett NWK NEK, W14 SW NEW, W14EttSWWNE, 8E14 SW14SE, Section 18, Township 4 North, Range 25 East of Wil lamette Meridian $9.54 Certificate No. 1087, Ellen McAr thur and Ellen McArthur, North half of Southwest quarter and South half of Northwest quarter, Section 36, Township 6 South, Range 26 East of Willamette Meridian $13.96 Certificate No. 1089, Wm. Moreland and Wm. Moreland, Lots 1 and 2, Block 8, duff's 7th Addition to lone $4.22 Certificate No. 1095, Nosliw Securi ties Company, a corporation, and E. W. Hughes, West half of West half, Section, 85, Township 2 North, Range 23 East of Willam ette Meridian $31.56 Certificate No. 1111, J. D. Weed and J. D. Weed, Lot 1, Block 3 West, Section 25, Township 6 North, Range 26 East of Willamette Mer idian $7.48 The said amounts bear Interest as follows: The Taxes aforesaid hoar interest from the date of filing of said certificates, being the 15th day of May. 1922. And you and each of you are here-1 by summoned to appear within sixty i duys after the date of the first pub lication of this summons, exclusive, of the day of first publication thereof, to-wit: April 17, 192V and defend" the suit in the Court aforesaid, or pay the amount due aa shown above against said tracts or parcels of land. respectively, above described, of which you are the owner, or in which , you have or claim to have, any inter est or estate, together with interest and costs accrued in this suit thereon. Service of a copy of your answer or other process may be made on the undersigned attorney for plaintiff, at the place specified below as his ad dress, and in case of your failure ao to do, judgment and decree will be entered against you and each of you foreclosing said tax liens for the am ount set opposite and following the description of said tract or parcel of land above set forth, together with interest and costs thereon, against said tracta or parcels of land, and said tracts or parcels of land wilt be sold to satisfy said judgment and decree obtained in this suit. You are further hereby notified that the plaintiff will apply to the Court aforesaid for judgment and de cree foreclosing said tax liens against said property hereinbefore described. This summons is published once each week for six consecutive weeks in the Gazette-Times, a newspaper of general circulation in Morrow Coun ty, Oregon, published weekly at Hepp ner, in said County, the tlate of first publication thereof being April 17, 1924, and said publication being made pursuance of the statutes of the State of Oregon, said newspaper hav ing been designated by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Mor row County as the newspaper In which said summons should be pub lished, by order duly entered in said Court on the 16th day of April, 1924. COUNTY OF MORROW, STATE OF OREGON, By SAMUEL E. NOTSON, District Attorney for Morrow County, Oregon, and Attorney for Plaintiff; whose address is Heppner, Oregon. Date of first publication, April 17, 1924. Date of last publication, May 29, 1924. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. LAND OFFICE at La Grande, Oregon, March 29, 1924. NOTICE is hereby given that Ralph D. Jones, of Heppner, Oregon, who, on April 21, 1922, made Additional Home stead Entry (Act 12 29-16), No. 019882, for EHSEi4, Section 27, and on February 19, 1924, made Additional Homestead Entry (Act 12-29-16), No. 0214S5, for EVjNWK, Section 21, all in Township 2 South, Range 27 East, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before United States Com missioner, at Heppner, Oregon, on the 22nd day of May, 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: Fred Crump, C. W. Acock and J. F. Kenny, all of Heppner, Oregon, John Brosnan of Lena, Oregon. CARL G. HELM, Register. Professional Cards DR. A. II. JOHNSTON Physician and Surgeon Calls answered Night or Day GRADUATE NURSE ASSISTANT I. O. O. F. Building Phones: Office, Main 133: Htm., til HEPPNER, OKEliON A. M. EDWARDS I DRILL WELLS 1 also handle Casing, Windmills and Supplies, do fishing and clean out old wells. BOX 14, LEXINGTON, ORE. DR. F. E. FARRIOR DENTIST I. O. O. 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