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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER. OREGON, THURSDAY AUGUST 28, 1921
CECIL NEWS ITEMS
Mn. John S'i rd daufMfr.
Mikki Crri mrd Mary, rf Artr-o
O Mario, Canada, Ij-ft Futterfcy F;ts
on W n da y r imu t for h om
Th?y tav bwn doinf IH fifM of
Orr', ti r deliphtfd with
ail thy hart tn. Mm. Jack Hynd,
ifttr-in-!w of Mn. Shaw, and on
J ark it acrom parted the iadsei t j
Prt!aTid hre Mr. Hynd and son
viait for a wek or two before
ivtarring to Ofil.
Jlark Hjmd and daughter. Miss Vio
Itt. and nipre, Mi Carrie Shaw, of
Arthur, Or,trio, Canada, returned to
Buttrby Flata on Sunday after
pendinf arvrrl day in the wioun
taina above Granite. The yoonp lad
le declare they had the time of their
Uvea "with only one rejrret and that
til that they missed the bear
which they aimed at with the inten
tion of fthootmf to kill,"
Fob IjOW9 of Cecil and Dick Yocum
of Tortlard and dog 'Shamroekw ar
rived in Cecil or Saturday after
spending their vacation campir.fr in
the mountain above Granite. They
are still rotating tale of their doings
while in camp and have wonderful
tones reserved for their school pah
when they resume their studies at
Benton Polytechnic, Portland, in
R. E. Duncan of Busy Fee ranch
ha jnt finished extracting his honey
and nays the hot dry ea?on has less
ened the aupply by aeveral hundred
pound from last year crop. At
time of writing the amount on hand
it 8700 pounds of extracted honey.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Tyler and chil
dren of Rhea Siding, accompanied by
Mr. ar.d Mrs, Dufur and family, were
calling in Cecil on Sunday. Mr. Dufur
and family recently arrived from
New Mexico and will locate on Wil
low creek for some time.
Sydney Wilmot returned to his
home at The Willows after spending
several days at the home of Leon
Logan in Four Mile. Johnnie Logan
accompanied Sydney during his voy
age of discovery around Four Mile.
W. V, Pedro of Ewing returned
from Pilot Rock on Tuesday, leaving
again on Thursday accompanied by
hi niece, Miss Josie Pedro, for his
ranch above Heppner where they will
spend several days.
Miss Cleta Palmateer of Windy
nook was calling in Cecil on Thurs
day and Friday and also exercising
her mount in view of trying out her
sVill at some of the Rodeo.
Mr. and Mrs, Roy Ray and family
of Lexington are now residing in the
Logan cottage at Cecil. Mr. Rsy is
following his duties as state highway
Misses Annie C. and Minnie H.
Lowe of the Hiphway House left on
the local for Portland "where they
will spend a few days visiting
Congratulations are extended to
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White of The Wil
low rn tre arrival of a fne bouncing
daufht-r t-n Tfiuroiy. August 14.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Crbtree and
childTn of Cuckoo Fists, accompan
ied by Arthur Turner, nent Sunday
amorg.t frur.d in Hi rmis-tcn.
Vr. C. Kbi and pen. accompanied
hy Mra, Priscoll and children, all of
Heppner. were doing business in Ce
cil on Tueday.
Haro'd Aha!t, government trapper.
Herman Havercost and Riilie Logan,
pent Sunday with Leon Logan a
Kivsn chaffer ar.d Vic Reitmann
of lore were dinner guests of the
Mayor at Rutterhy Fiats on Sunday.
Miss Marie Kennedy who has been
vir-itirg at the home of W. V. Pedro
at Kwing left for Echo on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank and daughter
Miss Gcraldine of Cecil spent the
week-end with friends in Wasco.
Mr. and Mr. R. E, Stender of Sel
domseen were doing business in the
Cecil vicinity on Tuesday.
STRAYED From Barney Ward's
pasture, one bay mare, branded cir
cle D on right hip, with bav colt;
brown'horse, branded reverse F. Fin
der notify The Gazette-Times or
People Hardware Co.
Elizabeth Phe'ps will organize
niu"ic class September 1st for the
j coming tern1!. See or phone her at
ner nome. rnone Alain na,
IX TRE CIRCUIT COVRT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
Newton S. Whetstone, and Emma
Whetstone, his wife, Guy Boyer.
j Whetstone, his wife, Guv Bover. I
! rSw New Lefevek Nitpo-
iIhSv Special only $29.00
1 . "wO WeI nmabed. considering
''VV rlht stand
ff lK XVVX much os as th
AV i i X ablsloclwver
r v r" in i
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Every run J .V
1 prouf-ttated A ," V A
an ex-XA W
ar.d C ar Fowr. hi wife. G'en
Boyer. and Tsu me Boyer. his mite.
Ethel Mckin ey. ai d Jsy McKm'.ey.
htr husband. Martin Kfid. Trustee
in Rsrkmntcy. PniH Cohn, and
John C. MfEntire, DeVrdant.
To Jay Mckinltv, ah.tve n.iwfd de
IN THE NAVE OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hrrby rvquir-
d to appear and anwer the com
plaint of the plaintiff hied against
you in the above entitled court and
caue within ix wetks from the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, and it you tail to so appear
and answer said complaint, for want
thereof, plaintiff will apply to the
court for t-'-e relief prayed for in
his complaint, which is as follows:
That plaintiff have judgment ;
against the defenifent, Newton S.
Whetstone, for the sum of $500.00. 5
with interest thereon at the rate of
six per cent, per annum from the 2nd ,
day of March, 19i2. the further sum 1
of $r0.OO attorney's fees, together
with his costs and disbursements in
this suit; that the mortgage given
by the defendant. Newton S. Whet
stone, and Eiiza J. Whetstone to se
cure the payments of the above am
ounts be foreclosed in the manner
provided by law. and that the lands
mortgaged thereby be sold under
foreclosure execution as by law pro
vided and the proceeds be applied to
the payment of said several amounts
and accruing- costs; that all right,
title and interest of each of the above
named defendants be foreclosed and
that you and each of the above de
fendants be barred of all right, title
and interest in or to said premises
and every part thereof, save o'y the
statutory rgiht of redemption, ard
for such other relief as the Court
T"ay deem equitable.
The lands covered by said mort
gage and which will be sold under
uch foreclosure are as follows: The
SEXWW. NESW, SWXEV
and NWV4SFV Sec. 27. Tp. 2 S, R.
27 Kat of Willamette Meridian; also
N E V, X W V N W W X E W , and E1
XEV, Sec. 27. Tp. 2 S., R. 27 East of
Willamette Meridian, in Morrow
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof once a week
for six consecutive weeks in the Gai-eite-Times,
a weekly newspaper prin
ted and published at Heppner, Mor-
trsune load. A
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row County, Or(on, ky order of Hon.
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Morrow County, made and entered
en the ?2nd day of Aufrmt. lt24. and
the date of the (lrt publication it
Auguat 2H, 1024.
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Attorney for Plaintiff.
Addrejm: Heppner, Oregon.
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SATfKIMV, AL'GL'ST 30:
JACQUELINE LOGAN and ANTONIO MORENO In
By the same author who wrote "Excuse My Dust" and "Racing
Hearts." Through forest flames in an aeroplanel No use trying to
describe that thrill. You must see It. Walter Heirs adds the comedy.
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE.
Also "THE FINER POINTS," a Bportlight.
in the Paramount Week Celebration of the
Greater Movie Season!
August 30-September 6
SUNDAY and MONDAY, AUGUST 31, SEPTEMBER 1:
A James Cruze production with 30 real atari and 50 screen notables
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 and il
"WHEN KNIGTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER"
With Marlon Davlea and Forest Stanley.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4:
"THE MARRIAGE MAKER"
With Jack Holt, Agnei Ayrea and Nlta Naldl.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER fll
"WHITE OAK" with Wm. S. Hart.
If it's a Paramount Picture it's the best show in town