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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1927,
S. E. Notson, district attorney of
Morrow county, is registered at the
Seward hotel from Heppner. Mr. Not
son reports that lambing is in prog
ress on the sheep ranches in the
northern part of the county. Ideal
weather has prevailed and stockmen
have Buffered practically no losses.
Farmers in the Morrow county wheat
belt join with those of other sections
of eastern Oregon in rejoicing over
the abundance of moisture in the soil
They are expecting a good crop this
year. O regon lan.
Rev. Guy L. Drill, pastor of the
First Christian church of Pendleton
attended the group meeting at the
Christian church here on Monday
afternoon and evening. Accompanied
by C. F. Swander, state secretary, and
Milton W. Bower, pastor of the Hepp
ner church, he departed on Monday
night after the services for Arhng
ton, the party going on from there to
Kent, in Sherman county, whero a
meeting similar to the one conducted
here was to be held on Tuesday.
Young Jerry Brosnan of Butter
creek suffered a badly hurt leg on
Saturday, when the horse he was rid
ing Blipped and fell en him. Dr.
Johnston x-rayed the leg and. found
no broken bones, but the ligaments
were torn from the ankle joint and
it will take some time for the in
juries to heal. Jerry is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brosnan
Mr. -and Mrs. H. M. Olden were
Fairvicw residents in the city Mon
day. Reports from that part of the
county are good, and it has been sev
eral years since the ground has been
os wet as it is now. Mr. and Mrs.
Olden are looking forward to a splen
did yield of grain this season, and at
this time the prospects could scarce
ly be betters.
Lewis Cason was in from his ranch
near Reid's mill on Monday. While
the snow has all disappeared from the
foothills, Mr. Cason states that one
does not have to go far up on the
mountain to find plenty of it, and on
the higher levels it is about four feet
deep. This guarantees an abundant
water supply for the coming summer
R. L. Benge, county judge of Mor
row county, is in the city in refer
ence to county business. Mr. Benge
expects to visit the legislature this
week and perhaps appear before com
mittees in regard to legislation in
which his section is interested. He
is registered at the Imperial hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Clark of this
city are rejoicing over the arrival of
an 8-lb. daughter, born to them at
the home of Mrs. Clark s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Farley on the 11th. The
parents of Mr. Clark came over from
their home at Dufur to see the new
granddaughter when apprised of her
C. E. Spence, state market agent,
has resigned, and Governor Patterson
has appointed Seymour Jones of Sa
lom to the position. Mr. Spence, who
lias been sick for the past two
months, gave rllnen as his reason for
resigning. Mr. Jones took charge of
the office .on Tuesday, according to
Mrs. Laura Scott of Lexington, who
has been quite ill from an attack of
inflaenia, is now well on the road to
recovery. Dr. Johnston also reports
Mrs. V. L. Blakely and Lawrence
Rcaney, other Lexington people down
with the flu for several days, as im
proving. Mrs. M. L. Cantwell of Grants Pass
was called to Heppner by the death
of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Cowins, and
Benny Garrigues, son of Mrs. Emma
Garrigues and Mrs. A. L. Riggs, his
sister, of Pendleton, were also pres
ent to attend the funeral srvices.
C. F. Swander, corresponding sec
retary of the Oregon Christian Mis
sionary society, was a visitor in this
city on Monday, being in attendance
at the group meeting of the various
churches of the county held at the
Miss Miller, of the high school fac
ulty, is off duty this week, a victim
of the flu. So far the school here has
not been hard hit by the malady and
it is hoped that there will be no ser
ious interference with the work on
Mrs. M. L. George of Dixie, Wash.,
mother of Artie Brown, who was call
ed to Heppner by the death of her
son, is spending a couple of weeks
visiting with her sons and daughters
residing in this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes of Port
land arrived in Heppner on Saturday,
being called here by the illness of Mr.
Hughes' mother, Mrs. Mary Hughes,
who was called to her reward late
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jarmon of Pine
City were Heppner visitors on Mon
day, Mrs. Jarmon came in to attend
the meeting at the Christian church
as a representative of the Butter
Miss Opal Briggs, cashier of the
lecal telephone office, who suffered a
relapse of the flu, is now gaining and
has hopes of being able to attend her
duties in the office before many days.
La Verne Hiatt, son-in-law of W. P.
Prophet is ill at the Prophet home,
being a victim of nifluenia. Lish
Watkins is another victim of the
malady, sick at his home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Hughes of
Pendleton, spent the past week in
Heppner, being called hero by the
serious illness of Mr. Hughes' mother,
the late Mrs. Mary Hughes,
Mayor Noble has ben very ill and
confined to hisjiome during the past
week, suffering with liver trouble. He
is reported to bo better today and on
the road to recovery.
Mrs. Jeff Jones was quite ill at her
home in Heppner during the week,
sufforing from stomach trouble. She
is a bit better now and well on the
road to recovery.
Barney Dohorty was a visitor in
the city on Monday from his ranch on
lower Snnd Hollow. Sunshine prevails
down that way at present and grain
and grass is coming along (Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Frnd of Portland
are guests at the homo of thoir duagh
ter, Mr?. Arnold Piepcr, east of Lex
ington. They have been spending
about ten days here.
Mrs. N. S. Whetstone of this city,
a victim of flu for the past two weeks
or moro, Is now up uguin and well on
the road to recovery.
Judge Benge and District Attorney
Notson were sojourners the first of
the week in Portland, and then went
on to Salem to take a look in on the
legislature and join the third house
for a day or so. We did not learn
just what these officials had in mind
in going to Salem but we hope -they
will get what they are after.
Mrs. Chris. Mohler, residing on the
Eph Eskelson place this side of Lex
ington, is reported quite sick with
the flu. Dr. McMurdo was called to
Miss Rita Neill arrived here from
Yakima on Sunday, and will spend
two or three weeks visiting at the
home of her mother, Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Mera of the
lone section have both been victims
recently of the influenza. Their phy
sician, Dr. Johnston, reports them as
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mat
lock here will rejoice with them over
the arrival at their home at Plains,
Montana, of a fine baby daughter.
Millinery, dresses and underwear
fiom Smart Shop, Pendleton, on dis
play in Heppner Hotel, room former
merly occupied by C. A. Minor.
County Clerk Anderson issued a li
cense to wed on Monday to Martin
Anderson of Idaho and Miss Eunice
Mattie Darr of Boardman.
Mrs. Leadbetter and baby have gone
to their home on Rhea creek, being
discharged during the past week from
Heppner Surgical hospital.
Henry Clark of lone, who has been
among those quite ill for the past
week or so with influenza, is now able
to be up and around.
Wallace Jcnes, formerly pastor of
the Christian church at Lexington,
was in Heppner on Monday from his
home at Helix.
Tilmin Hogue, wheatraiser of the
Gooseberry section, was attending to
matters of. business in this city on
Rev. I. V. Parker, pastor of the
Methodist church, has been absent
during the past week on a trip to
Chris Henriksen of Cecil was in the
ity on Monday to consult with the
doctor, being a sufferer from stomach
Percy Hughes of Umapine was here
on Wednesday to attend the funeral
of his aunt, the late Mrs. Mary
Mrs. A. J. Westoff is a victim of the
influenza and is being cared for at
the Morrow General hospital in this
Roy Her of this city is able to be
out again after having suffered an at
tack of influenza for a week or more.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stout of Hepp
ner are the proud parents of a 9-lb.
son, a recent arrival at their home.
L. D. Neill of Pine City was a vis
itor here on Monday, attending the
nceting at the Christian church.
Ed Gonty, proprietor of Gonty's
Shoe Store, is quite ill at his home
this week, an influenza victim.
Mrs. Anna McVey, an elderly lady
of Lexington, is very seriously ill,
suffering influenza pneumonia.
Mrs. W. Sexton, wife of the high
way patrolman at Cecil, is reported
quite ill with influenza.
P. G. Farley is quite ill at his room
in Hotel Heppner, suffering from a re
lapse of influenza.
Sheriff McDuffee- spent Monday in
Pendleton where he was called on
Mrs. Edward Chinn is ill at her
home in this city, suffernig an atack
CAKti OF THANKS.
To our many friends and neighbors
wo desire to extend our sincere
thanks for their aid and sympathy
shown during the illness and burial
of our beloved wife and mother) we
eipecially thank the Knights of Pyth
ias members for their assistance.
JAMES W. COWINS,
MRS. EMMA GARRIGUES,
MRS. FRANCIS CANTWELL,
Grandchildren and Greatgrandchildren.
The Lndifcs of the Episcopal church
will hold a food sale at Frye's Elec
tric shop, next Saturday, February
1!, r.t 10:30.
Pure bred Barred Rock roosters for
sale. MacGuire stock. F. R. Brown,
phone 644, city. 46-7
TO RENT Furnished residence, 6
rooms, sleeping porch, bath. Inquire
this officu. 47-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR MOR
The Stockmans National Bank of
Nam pa, Idaho, a corporation, Plain
C. C. Chick, individually, C. C.
Chick, Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of G. L. Chick, deceased;
and Charles Chick, Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of foreclosure
Execution and Order of sale duly is
sued out of the above entitled Court
in the above entitled cause on the
10th day of February, 1927, and in
which suit the above named plaintiff
recovered Judgment against the above
named defendant, C. C. Chick, indi
vidually and as Executor of the last
Will and Testament of G. L. Chick,
deceased, for the sum of $1000.00, to
gether with interest thereon at the
rate of six per cent per annum from
the 30th day of April, 1925; the sum
of $125.00 attorneys' fees, and the
further sum of $15.00 costs, on the
10th day of February, 1927, and De
cree of foreclosure on the real prop
erty hereinafter described.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That
I will, on Friday, the 26th day of
March, 1927, at the hour of two o'clock
in the afternoon of said day, at the
front door of the County Court House
at Heppner, in Morrow County, Ore
gon, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, all of the
right, title and interest of each and
all of said defendants in and to the
following described real property, to-1
The Northeast Quarter of Sec
tion Thirteen (13), in Township
One (1) North, Range Twenty
three (23), East of the Willamette
Meridian, in Morrow County, .
taken and levied upon as the proper
ty of said defendant, C. C. Chick, in
dividually and as Executor of the
Last Will and Testament of G. L.
Chick, deceased, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to satisfy said
Judgment in favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendant, C. C,
Chick, individually and as Executor
of the last Will and Testament of G
L. Chick, deceased, to-wit: the sum
of $1000.00, together with interest
thereon at the rate of six per cent
per annum from the 30th day of April,
1926; the further sum of $125.00 at
torneys' fees, and the further num of
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Dated this 16th day of February,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon
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Good Program Lunch
Visiting brothers and sisters invited to be
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