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HEPPNflR GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1927
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THE HEPPNER GAZETTE, Established
March SO. 18SS,
THE HEPPNER TIMES. Established
Novmbeer 18, 1897,
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 16, 1912.
Published every Thursday morning by
VAWTER AND SPENCER CRAWFORD
and entered at the Poet Office at Heppner,
Oregon, a second-class matter.
ADVERTISING RATES GIVEN ON
APPLICATION
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
One Year
120
1.00
.76
.05
Three Months .
Single Copiea
MORROW COUNTY'S OFFICIAL PAPER
Foreisrn Advertising Representative
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION
What Name?
A QUESTION of interest, agi
tating the minds of some
right now, is concerning a name
for the new auditorium-gymnasium
building of Heppner school.
As the work of construction pro
ceeds it is becoming more appar
ent that this building, such a
splendid addition to the equipment
of the property of the district,
should have a name by which it
shall be called.
This paper is not offering the
name of any person, yet it would
like to see some one of our. citi
zens honored by having his or her
name placed on a suitable tablet
of bronze over the front entrance,
by which the building might here
after be known. There should be
some one in this community suf
ficiently interested that will make
a donation to the district of suffi
cient funds to properly equip the
building upon its completion, and
we are sure that in return the
school board would be glad to have
the name of the donor engraved
thereon that the structure might
be known by that name hereafter.
What better use could some sur
plus money be put to than this,
and what finer monument to stand
to the credit of the one who thus
becomes a real public benefactor.
Think it over.
Warm sunshine has followed
the two weeks of rain that pre
vailed earlier in the month. There
was some apprehension on the
part of many farmers who had
not finished their threshing that
wheat would be damaged to a
great extent. This is not the case,
however, as is found upon enter
ing the fields again and the grain
is but slightly injured. Another
week or two of the present weath
er will see the harvest completed
in Morrow county. On the other
hand, those who were ready to be
gin fall seeding were pleased with
the rains as they put the summer-
fallow in excellent shape, brought
along the weeds so that they might
be killed, and the grain will be up
and have a splendid start for an
other season's crop.
For the Rodeo this year good
weather prevails. Pleasant sun
shine and warmth conduces to a
successful show and this week end
will have much of entertainment
for the splendid crowds gathering
at Heppner.
The Small Newpaper.
THE spirit of the small weekly
newspaper published in towns
of from 100 to 1,000 population,
Songs of Plain Folks
CountryDoctor
I thought I'd read Mark Twain when I grew old,
And put my slippered feet up, smoke and doze.
I've made enough wild night rides in the cold
For grandmas' aches and babies' pains, God knows.
I tried, but all the babies had to be
Born as their parents were that called for me. ,'
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I dreamed that some day my gray head could rest
VTiole nights, but hurried folks at midnight still,
Breathless, dry-lipped, plead "Doctor, you're the best
We trust you others may not have the skill!
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TViat'o Vimu tKov fact Tf tlQi-Tvia
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Sometimes I think I'll travel and enjoy
TVio thintrc mv nrnrHro npver Ipt mo bpp
n; ii j.1 i it J '
xugm now, uiuugn. nuwaru s
Mavbe I'll iust keen on. It miirht
Somehow. I doubt if I'd know
S WtiUrn Newspaper Union, 1927
RnFraak Crane Says
There's Bunk in 'Cleverness Plea.
WHETHER it is a phase of inferiority complex or not, it is
true that people are always suspicious of clever people.
They resent their cleverness as an implied superiority, and the
best means for creating a prejudice against them is to pretend
that they are cleverer than ourselves.
It is a favorite pose of lawyers before a jury to discard all
oratory or arts of reasoning and proclaim themselves as simply
presenters of facts.
Those who wish to enhance their own personal reputation
may pose as clever men, but those who wish to gain their par
ticular point renounce any appearance of cleverness.
One of the favorite arguments against doing business with
other nations is to claim that they are much cleverer than our
selves, much more tricky and resourceful. Every nation wishes
to consider itself as simple, faithful and trusting, and all others
as wily and deceitful.
We heard a great deal about President Wilson's being taken
in by Lloyd George and Clemenceau. We are now deluged
with news to the effect that our representatives abroad in an
other conference are being cozened by the statsmen of other
nations.
All this is pure bunk.
The Yankees are as clever as anybody and abundantly able
to take care of themselves. If anybody leaves them with the
heavy end of the stick to carry they will have to bc pretty
sharp.
Suspicion of foreigners is all too common and a frequent
cause of misunderstandings. It would be much better to be
honest and frank ourselves,, to lay the cards on the table and to
trust other people to do the same. Much animosity and antag
onism are aroused by suspicion. Trust hardly ever arouses
anything but trust in return.
A man some time ago wrote a book entitled, My Neighbor
Is Perfect.
If everybody believed in his neighbor and trusted him we
would have much less trouble than we do at present.
It is often said that the Golden Rule needs an amendment.
It is not only necessary to do unto others as you would they
should do unto you, but to be bold enough to take the first step
in trust.
The idea of claiming that other statesmen or diplomats are
wily and slippery, while our own are rugged and honest, is a
vicious one, and all who help to spread it are not doing a very
commendable job.
but really furnishing a rural neigh
borhood of from 500 to 2,000 pop
ulation, is expressed by the Amity,
Oregon, Standard in its slogan,
"Why roam? Make Amity your
home."
The small local paper, a four
page folio, a six-page five-column
paper, or even eight-page five-column
patent inside, properly con
ducted, when measured in influ
ence, probably exerts greater pow
er in the community it serves than
any other form of publication.
Such newspapers become very
profitable when they confine them
selves to service of the homes in
that community, giving all the lit
tle local personal items of the
community and taking an interest
in the smaller social and industrial
affairs like the gasoline woodsaw,
the little chicken farms, the local
creamery, the country churches
and the Saturday night dance.
There are from two to five of
these smaller-sized weekly papers
in practically every county in the
48 states, and the editor whether
man or woman exerts an influ
ence in local and state affairs
that is incomparably greater with
subscribers than that of the large
metropolitan press with its read
ers.
The newspaper above mention
ed, for the issue of August 26, had
136 items of local, county and
state news, all of intense interest
to the community it serves, and
read in all the homes in its terri-
-Uif ,
James Jhvis Haus
mo oa I rtr ,lT
m3 A & U.
. i J i
nuie cnppieu imx-i
be best. '
how to rest!
4a. V .IJ'jl
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tory tor its contents which are
supplied by no other newspaper.
From a Minnesota Editor
"r"HE American tariff policy is
the toundation stone of the
American standard of living, and
the American standard of living
in turn rests upon steady employ
ment of labor at good wages,"
says the Luverne, Minn., Rock
County Herald. "Remove this
foundation stone and the Ameri
can standard of living will disap
pear, because steady employment
at hih wages will not be possible
if American labor is forced to
compete with cheap foreign labor
and its much lower standard of liv
ing. Reduce the buying power of
American labor and you reduce
selling power of the American far
mer in exact proportion.
"Talk about 'protection for all
or protection for none' is the silli
est kind of chatter. The tariff is
directly effective today on every
thing the farmer produces except
those things which he raises in ex
cess of the needs of American con
sumption, and even on these
things it is effective to the extent
that it forces competition to pay
the existing duties to enter this
market.
Lindy Smashes Another
Record.
PORTLAND TELEGRAM.
ALL American readers are not
seeking the salacious. While
books that purport to deal with the
so-called sex problem are selling
by the hundreds of cords, there are
still a few old-fashioned folks who
want literature that tells of ro
mance and adventure sans trian
gles and shotgun weddings. The
record breaking sale of Colonel
Charles A. Lindbergh's book, We,
proves that the public will buy a
good clean story.
Up to last week, Lindy's book
had netted him $95,000 in royal
ties, according to New York press
reports. More than 190,000 cop
ies had been sold, and the work is
still in great demand. It is a
charming story of a most charm
ing boy. It is as carefree as
Huckleberry Finn and as filled
with romance as Colonel Law
rence's book on the Arabian des
ert fighting during the World war.
And what's more, We is as clean
as a hound's tooth. In fact, it is
as clean literature as its author is
clean living. The sale of this book
is a healthy sign. It proves that
there are thousands of Americans
still hungry for decent reading.
The Post Office Department has
decided to curtail mail-order
houses from shipping unsolicited
merchandise, in their effort to
foist undesirable goods on tlife
public. We like the selection and
use of that word "Cur-tail."
The wisdom of Benjamin Frank
lin becomes more apparent every
day. When he flew his kite, 134
years ago he had the idea that
flying should be controlled.
LEGAL NOTICES .
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County Executrix of the
estate of Nancy Brundage, deceased,
and that all persona having claims
gainst the said estate must present
the same, duly verified according to
law, to me at the office of my attorney
h. h. Notson, in Heppner, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
first publication of this notice, said
date of first publication being the 8th
day of September, 1927.
BESSIE C. OWEN, Executrix.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
COUNTY.
Morrow County, Oregon, A Public Corpora
tion, Plaintiff,
vs.
Ewing P. Berry, James Carty, Claud L.
Finley, J. V. Peterson, Mike C. Marshall,
M. F. Cochran, J. K. Weatherford. L. D.
Neil, E. O. Neill, Frank Fox. J. A. Lov
gren, Mary Perry. Bernard Ward, J. R.
Nunamaker, E. H. Flemming, C L.
Swain. R. E. Dodd, Wm. Dodd, Maurice
Hunter, Clifford E, Snow, Alfred R.
Kelly, John W. Martin, C. P. Gammon,
May Powderly, C. F. Whitman, W. C.
Wilson, J. E. Wilson, T. E. Nunamaker,
Peter Finnie, G. A. Bleakman, W. H.
Miller, John Miller. Hanna Hensley, J.
A. Gibbons, John Foster, Nick Kallas,
Boardman Townsite Company, a corpor
ation, M. B. Willard, E. P. Dodd, W. H.
Stewart, and W. A. Murchie, and any
other person or persons owning or claim
ing to own, or having or claiming to
have any interest or estate in or to the
real property hereinafter described,
Defendants.
NO. 2526.
APPLICATION FOR JUDGMENT FORE
CLOSING TAX LIENS.
(1919)
SUMMONS AND NOTICE.
To Ewing P. Berry, James Carty, Claud L.
Finley, J. V. Peterson, Mike C. Marshall,
M. F. Cochran, J. K. Weatherford, L. D.
Neill, E. O. Neill, Frank Fox, J. A. Lov
gren, Mary Perry. Bernard Ward, J. R.
Nunamaker, E. H. Flemming, C. L.
Swain, R. E. Dodd. Wm. Dodd, Maurice
Hunter, Clifford E. Snow, Alfred R.
Kelly, John W. Martin, C. P. Gammon,
May Powderly, C. F. Whitman, W. C.
Wilson. J. E. Wilson, T. E. Nunamaker,
Peter Finnie, G. A. Bleakman, W. H.
Miller, John Miller. Hanna Hensley,- J.
A. Gibbons, John Foster, Nick Kallas,
Boardman Townsite Company, a corpor
ation, M. B. Willard. E. P. Dodd, W. H.
Stewart, and W. A. Murchie, and any
other person or presons owning or claim
ing to won or having or claiming to have,
any interest or estate in or to the reai
property hereinafter described.
Defendants :
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
CREGON : You and each of you are here
by notified that the above named plaintiff,
e public corporation, is the purchaser, own
er, and holder of certificates of delinquen
cy numbered 1206, 1207, 1211, 1218, 1217,
1221, 1235, 1237, 1250, 1251, 1255, 1256,
1269, 1276, 1289, 1290, 1291, 1292, 12113,
1294, 1296, 1297, 1298, 1300, 1301, 1302,
1308, 1314, 1316, 1317, 1318, and 1319, is
sued on the 15th day of July. 1924, by the
Sheriff and Collector 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
the County of Morrow, State of Oregon, on
the 27th day of October, 1924, for taxes
due and delinquent, together with penalty,
interest and costs thereon, upon real prop
erty situated in Morrow County, Oregon.
You are further notified that the amount
for which said certificate is issued is set
opposite niid following the dencriptton of
the tract or parcel of land hereinafter set
out. the same being the amount then due
and delinquent, for taxes for the year 1919,
together with penalty, interest and costB
thereon, upon real property situate in Mor
row County, Oregon, and particularly
bounded and described as hereinafter set
forth, said tract or parcel of land being
assessed for the year 1919 to the first per
son whose name immediately precedes the
detxription thereof, and is followed by the
name of the person appearing to be the
owner thereof, as appears on the tax roll
of Morrow County, Oregon, for the year
1926, now in the hands of the Sheriff of
.;aid County for collection, at the date of
the first publication of this summons and
notice, which date is the 15th day of Sep
tember, 1927.
Certificate No. 1206, James Carty
and James Carty, Sections 1 and
5, Southwest quarter of Section
8, Section 9, Northeast quarter
of Section 10, Section 17, Town
ship 2 North. Range 25 East of
Willamette Meridian i Southeast
quarter and Southeast quarter
of Northeast quarter of Section
6, Township 2 North, Range 26
East of Willamette Meridian ;
Sections 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 83,
and 36, Township 3 North, Range
25 East of Willamette Meridian ;
.Section 36, Township 4 North,
Range 25 East of Willamette
Meridinn, and Section 86, Town
ship 4 North, Range 26 East of
Willamette Meridian $1,440.36
Certificate No. 1207, James Carty
and James Carty, Tract No. 9 in
Lot 4, Block 9 ; Lot 6, Block 9 ;
and Tract No. 10 in Lot 8, Block
9, of Lexington, Oregon 2.43
Certificate No. 1211, Ewing P. Ber-
ry anrl .!.-,mcs Carty, WVjSW'4,
SW'.jNW',; and NHNVj. Sec
tion 6, Township 2 North, Range
26 East of Willamette Meridian 28.74
Certificate No. 1213, Claud L. Fin
ley and J. V. Peterson, Southeast
quarter of Northeast quarter of
Section 19, Township 2 North,
Kongo 26 East of Willamette Me
ridian 9.44
Certificate No. 1217, Mine C. Mar
shall and Mike C. Marshall, All
of Section fi. Township 3 North,
Range 24. E. W. M 627.61
Certificate No. 1221, M. F. Coch
ran and M. F. Cochran, Lots 1
and 2, and SVjSEVi of Section '
8, except the town of Castle
Rocit, Township 4 North, Range
24, E. W. M. ; Lots 11 to 16, in
elusive. Block 1, Lots 9 to 12,
inclusive, Block 2, Lots 9 to 12,
inclusive, Block 4, South half of
Block 3, Lots 6 to 16, inclusive,
Block 5, Lots 2 to 13, inclusive,
Block 6, Lots 8 to 8, inclusive,
and South half, Block 8, Block
7, Block 9, Lot 4 and South half
of Block 10, Lots 8 to 7, inclu
sive, and Lots 12 to 16, inclu
sive, Block II, Lots 8 to 7, in
clusive, and South half of Block
. 12, Blocks 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and
18. in the Town of Castle Rock 104.00
Certificate No. 1235, J. K. Weather-
inrd and J. K. Weatherford,
NE'4NE4, SViNEW, SB'4 less
tract sold, Section 4 Township
1 South, Range 24 East of Wil
lamette Meridian ; and Blocks
20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 28,
Wills' Addition to lone. Oregon 91.87
Certificate No. 1237, L. D. Neill and
c. u. Neill, Kast halt of South
east quarter of Section 2, Town
ship 1 South, Range 27 E, W. M. B.80
Certificate No. 1250, Frank Fox
and Frank Fox, SWMSEV,, Sec
tion 17, Township 8 South, Range
23 S. W. M. ; W'jNE',, SEV,
NK'i, and EiASE". Section 20,
Township 3 South, Range 23
E. W. M - 54.93
Certfiicate No. 1251, J. A. Lov
gren and J. A. I,ovgren, North
west quarter of Section 17,
Township 3 South, Range 23 E.
W. M 39.87
Corlilirnti, No, 1255, Mary Perry
and Mary Berry, SE4NW'4 and
NKV.SWi4. Section 32. Town
shin 4 Soulh H.i. 24 R W M. T 16
Certificate No. 1256, Bernard Ward
ann Hernard Ward, NW'i, Wft
NK'4, NWV,SE'4 and NE'4
SW',1, Section 13, Township 4
South. Ranve SB E. W. M 74.9S
Certificate No. 1269, J. R. Nuna-
manor and J. R. Nunamaker,
SW'4, Section 21, Township 6
South. Knnne VI E. W. M 20.89
Certlilcate No. 1276, E. H. Flem
ming and E. H, Flamming, B
Lot 1 and Lots 2, 8, and 4, Block
8, Sperry's Third Addition to
lone, Oregon
Certificate No. 1289, C. L., Swain
and C. L. Swain. Lot 8, Block
17.09
15, of Irrigon, Oregon
Certificate No. 1290. R. E. Dodd
and Wm. W. Dodd, Lots 9 and
10, Block 16, of Irrigon Oregon
Certificate No. 1291, Maurice Hun
ter and Maurice Hunter, Lots
1 and 2, Block 28, of Irrigon,
Oregon
Certificate No. 1292, Clifford E.
Snow and Clifford E. Snow, Lots
3 and 4, Block 28, of Irrigon,
Oregon - -
Certificate No. 1293, Alfred R.
Kelly and Alfred R. Kelly, Lota
1 9 and i0. Block 28, of Irrigon,
Oregon -
Certificate No. 1294, John W. Mar
tin &nd John W. Martin, Lot 7,
Block 30, and Lot 11, Block 87,
of Irrigon, Oregon
Certificate No. 1296, C. P. Gam
mon and C. P. Gammon, Lot 3,
Block 88, of Irrigon, Oregon
Certificate No. 1297, May Powder
ly and May Powderly, Lot 6,
Block 89. of Irrigon, Oregon
Certificate No. 1298. C. F. Whit
man and C. F. Whitman, Lot 6,
Block 89, of Irrigon, Oregon
Certificate No. 1800, W. C. Wilson,
J. E. Wilson and T. E. Nuna
maker, Lots 11 and 12, Block 41,
Irrigon, Oregon -
Certificate No. 1301, Peter Finnie
and Peter Finnie, Lot 27, Block
39, Irrigon, Oregon
Certificate No. 1802, O. A. Bleak
2.89
1.16
l.lf
1.10
1.16
.82
10.96
.82
man and W. H. Miller, North
30 feet of Lot 4, Block B, Hard
man, Oregon 188.94
Certificate No. 1308, John Miller
and John Miller, Lot 1, Block 3,
Ferguson s Addition to Hard
man, Oregon
Certificate No. 1314, Hanna Hens
ley and Hanna Hensley, Lot 6,
Block 3, Castle Rock, Oregon
Certificate No. 1316, J. A. Gibbons
and J. A. Gibbons, lots 13, 14,
15, and 16, Block 4, Castle Rock,
Oregon
Certificate Nof 1317, John Foster,
Nick Kallas and John Foster,
Nick Kallas, Lots 6 to 8, inclu
sive, Block 10, Castle Rock, Ore
gon :
Certificate No. 1818, Boardman
Townsite Company, and M. B.
Willard, E. P. Dodd, and W. H.
2.38
2.00
2.00
Stewart, Lots 7, 8. 10, and 11,
Block 4 ; Lots 8 and 9, Block 7 ;
and Lot 7, Block 8, of the town
of Boardman, Oregon
15.66
Certificate No. 1319, Boardman
Townsite Company, and W. A.
Murchie and E. P. Dodd, Lot 24,
Block 8; and Blocks 16 and 16,
of the town of Boardman, Ore-
gon
66.77
That said amounts bear interest at the
rate of ten per cent, per annum from the
16th day of July, 1924, the date of issuance
of said certificates.
And you and each of you are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days af
ter the date of the first publication of this
summons, exclusive of the day of first pub
lication thereof, towit: September 15, 1927,
and defend the suit in the Court aforesaid,
or pay the amount due as shown above
against said tracts or parcels of land, re
spectively, above described." of which you
are the owner, or in which you have or
claim X3 have, any interest or estate, to
gether with interest and costs accrued in
this suit thereon.
Service of a copy of your answer or
other process may be made on the under
signed attorney for plaintiff, at the place
specified below as his address, and in case
of your failure so to do, judgment and de
cree will be entered against you and each
of you foreclosing said tax liens for the
amount set opposite and following the de
scription of said parcel of land above set
forth, together with interest and costs
thereon, against said tracts or parcels of
land, and said tracts or parcels of land
will be sold to satisfy said judgment and
Jecree obtained in this suit.
You are further hereby notified that the
plaintiff will apply to the Court aforesaid
for judgment and decree foreclosing said
'.ax liens against said property hereinbefore
described.
This summons is published once each
week for six consecutive weeks in the
ilepnner Gazette Times, a newsnaoer of
general circulation in Morrow County, Or
egon, published weekly at Heppner in said
County, the date of first publication there
of being September 15, 1927, and said pub
lication being made in pursuance of the
statutes of the Mate or Oregon, said news,
paper having been designated by the Cuun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for Mor
row County as the newspaper in which said
summons should be published, by order duly
entered in said Court of the 7th day of
,"epiemuer, iuzi.
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, September 15,
1927.
Date of last publication, October 27.
1927.
WESTLAND IRRIGATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of directors of Westland Irri
gation district, acting as a board of
equalization, wiii meet at the office
of the district in Hermiston, Oregon
on the first Tuesday in October, 1927,
at ( o'clock r. M., for the purpose
oi reviewing and correcting its as
sessment and apportionment of taxes
to be levied in said district for the
year 1927.
J. W. MESSNER. Secretary.
Dated this first day of September,
1927. 23-27.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is herbcy given that the un
dersigned have been duly appointed
by the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County adminis-
tratrixs of the estate of Mary Hughes,
deceased, and all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased are hereby required to pre
sent same to said administratrixs at
the law office of Jos. J. Nys, at Hepp
ner, Oregon, within six months from
Lne date of this notice.
Dated this 18th day of August, 1927,
MARY HEALY,
NORA HUGHES,
Administratrixs.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR MOR
ROW COUNTY.
C. O. Bunnell, Plaintiff,
vs.
J. B. Strader and all unknown own
ers of the real property described
in the application herein,
Defendants,
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN
FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIEN,
To J. B, Strader and all unknown
owners of the real property described
in the application herein, the above
nnmed defendants:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby notified that C. O. Bunnell, the
holder of Certificate of Delinquency
numbered 1410, issued on the 12th
t'ny of August, 1925, by the Tax Col
lector of the County of Morrow, State
of Oregon, for the amount of One and
21-100 Dollars, the same being the
pmount then due and delinquent for
taxes for the year 1920 together
with penalty, interest ajid costs there
on upon the real property assessed
to you, of which you are the owner
as appears of record, situated in
said County and State, and particu
larly bounded and described as fol
.ows, to-wit: Block 29 of Wills' Ad
dition to the City of lone, Oregon.
You are further notified that said
C. O. Bunnell has paid taxes on said
premises for prior or subsequent
."pvrs, with the mo of interest on
raid amounts as follows:
S
CO
Q
M u
ed
HPS
1921 Aug. 8, 1927 2196 $ .49 10 $ .74
922 Aug. 8, 1927 2404 $ .40 10 t .55
1925 Aug. 8, 1927 2409 $ .42 10 I .47
1926 Aug. 8, 1927 2416 $ .48 10 $ .49
sid .1 R Ktrnder. as the owner of
the legal title of the above described
property as the same appears of rec
ord, and each of the other persons
above named are hereby further noti
fied that said C. O. Bunnell win appiy
t tv. nuenit Pnurt nf the County
and State aforesaid for a decree fore
closing the lien against the property
above described, ana mentioned in
tin ri .ifiet. And vou are hereby
summoned to appear within sixty days
after the first publication oi tnis sum
mons, exclusive oi me aay oi amu
hrt mihlieation. and defend this ac
tion or pay the amount due as above
shown, together witn cosis ana ac
crued interest, and in case of your
failure to do to, a aecree win oe ren
dered foreclosing the lien of said
taxes and costs against the land and
premises above named.
This summons is published by order
rf the Honorable R. L. Benge, Judge
rf the County Court of the State of
Tlraonn fnr the CoiintV of MoROW,
ind said order was made and dated
the 15th day of August, 1B27, and the
date of first publication of this sum
mons is the 18th day of August, 1927.
All process and papers in this pro
ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned residing within the State
of Oregon, at the address hereafter
mentioned.
, S. E. NOTSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Addrcfs, Heppner, Oregon,
NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION
I.N FORECLOSURE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
by virtue of an Execution and Order
of Sale in Foreclosure issued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for the County of Morrow, on the
24th day of August, 1927, in a suit
wherein, on the 24th day of August,
1927, in said Court Johanna Berggren,
plaintiff, recovered judgment against
the defendants, William E. Cummings
and Ota E. Cummings, his wife, for
the sum of Nine Thousand Eight Hun
dred Dollars (?9,800.00) in United
States Gold Coin together with in
terest thereon from the 1st day of
November, 1923, at the rate of seven
(7) per cent per annum in like Gold
Coin or the sum of $2,703.83, making
a total sum of Twelve Thousand Five
Hundred Three Dollars and Eighty
three cents (J12.503.83); and the fur
ther sum of Six Hundred Dollars
($600.00) reasonable attorney's fees;
end the further sum of Five Hundred
Eighteen Dollnrs Thirty-two Cents
(J518.32;; and the further sum of
Thirty-five Dollars ($35.00); and for
the costs and disbursements herein,
in the sum of Twenty-one Dollars
Fifty Cents ($21.50), which said judg
ment was enrolled and docketed in the
Clerk's Office of said Court on the
24th day of August, 1927, and said
txecution to me directed, command
ed me in the Name of the State of
Oregon, in order to satisfy said judg
ment, interest, attorney's fee, costs
of suit, and accruing costs, to sell
the following described real property,
to-wit:
The South half of the Northeast
quarter and the East half of the
Southeast quarter of Section
Thirteen (13); The Northeast
quarter, the East half of the
Northwest quarter, and the
Northeast quarter of the South
east quarter of Section Twenty
four (24), all in Township Two
South of Range Twenty-five (25)
E. W. M., situated in Morrow
County, State of Oregon.
NOW, THEREFORE: IN THE
NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON
in compliance with said Execution
and Order cf Sale and In order to sat
isfy said judgment, interest, attor
ney's fee, costs of suit and accruing
costs, I will on the 26th day of Sep
tember, 1927, at the hour of one
o'clock in the afternoon of said day
at the front door of the County Court
houso in Heppner, Morrow County
State of Oregon, offer for sale and
sell for cash at public auction, sub
ject to redemption as provided by law.
all of the right, title and interest of
raid defendants, William E, Cum
mings and Ota E. Cumming!, his wife.
H. C. Happold and Vera J. Happold,
his wife, John F. Vaughn and Muriel
Vaughn (ued as Jane Doe Vaughn),
his wife, Chris J. Brown and Shell
Company of California, a corporation
and all persons claiming by, through
or under them, or any or either of
them, in and to said premises.
Dated and first published this 25th
day of August, 1927.
GEO. McDUFFEE,
Sheriff of Morrow County, State
of Oregon.
NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION MEET
ING.
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesdny, October 4th, 1927, the Dl
rectors of the West Extension Irri
gation District will meet at the Dis
trict office at Irrigon, Oregon, as a
Hoard of bqualization, for the pur
pose of reviewing and correcting the
i imual assessment, and to heir and
determine any objections thereto,
A C. HOUGHTON, Secretnry,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
COUNTY.
Elsie E. Sclby, Plaintiff,)
vs. ) SUMMONS
Harry G. Selby, )
Defendant.)
To Harry G. Selby, Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required
to 'appear and answer the complaint
hied against you in the above entitled
suit within six weeks from the date
of the first publication of this sum
mons, if published; or within six
weeks from the date of service upon
you, if personally served without the
fctnto of Oregon; and if you fail to
appear and answer, for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
.'or the relief prayed for in her com
plaint, to-wit: For a decree of this
Court granting to her an absolute
divorce, and for such other reliof as
to the Court may seem equitable.
This summons is published by vir
tue of an order of the Honorable
H, L. Benge, County Judge of Mor-
row Countv. Slate of Ore iron, nidi
and entered on the 1st day of Septem
ber, ivzi.
Date of first publication, September
1, 1927.
C. J. WALKER,
Attornev for Plaintiff
Address: Heppner, Oregon,
Professional Directory
DR. DAVID S. ROWE
(Licensed)
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
and
, PHYSIO-THERAPIST
Phone 303 . Hermiston, Ore.
AUCTIONEER
E. J. KELLER
The man who made the reasonable
price.
LEXINTON, OREGON
WM. BROOKHOUSER
Painting Paperhanging
Interior Decorating
Xeave orders at Peoples Hardware
Company
E. H. BUHN
Expert Watchmaker and
Jewelry Repairer
Heppner, Ore.
DR. A. H. JOHNSTON
Physician and Surgeon
Graduate Nurse Assistant
I. O. O. F. Building
Phones: Office, Main 938; Res. 492
Heppner, Oregon
GLENN Y. WELLS
Attorney at Law
600 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Portland, Oregon
Phone Brosdway 4254
I DR. F. E. FARRIOR
DENTI8T
X-Ray Diagnosis
I. O. O. F. Building
Heppner, Oregon
Frank A. McMenamin
LAWYER
Phone BEacan 44SI
1014 Northwestern Bank Bldg.
PORTLAND, OREGON
Res. GArfield 1949
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Trained Nurse Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
Heppner, Oregon
C. L. SWEEK
AT FORNEY-AT-LAW
Offices In
First Nstlonal Bank Building
Heppner, Oregon
MORROW GENERAL HOSPITAL
Surgical, Medical, Maternity Caaee
Wards, and private rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
Mrs. Zena Weitfall, Graduate
Nurse, Superintendent.
A. U. Johnston, M. D. Phyit-cian-in-Charge.
Phone Main 822 Heppner, Ore.
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Office In Court ouse
Heppner, Oregon
AUCTIONEER
Farm and Personal Property Sales
a Specialty.
"The Man Who Talks to Beat
the Band" .
G. L. BENNBTT,
Lexington, Ore.
C. J. WALKER
LAWYER
and Notary Public
Odd Fellows Building
Heppner Oregon
Maternity Hospital
Wards and Private Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
Mrs. Zena Westfall, Graduate
Nurse
Phone Main 812 Heppner, Ore.
F. W. TURNER & CO.
FIRE, AUTO AND LIF8
INSURANCE
Old Line Companies. Real Estate.
Heppner, Oregon
JOS. J. NYS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Roberta Building, Willow Street
Heppner, Oregon