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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1927.
Mr. and Mrs. Jog. Snyder departed
at noon Monday for their new home
at Grangeville, Idaho. Mr. Snyder,
who has resided here for many years,
during which time he worked as har
ness maker in the shop of E. G. Noble,
ran the Heppner Soda Works, and la
ter was with E. N. Gonty shoe store,
has purchased a shoe store and re
pair shop at Grangeville, and will en
ter business there. Before coming to
Heppner Mr. Snyder had been a resi
dent of Grangeville for four years,
and he is not going to a strange
place. n this new venture the Hepp
ner friends of Mr. and Mrs. Snyder
wish them much success.
Milton W. Bower, pastor of the
Christian church, was in Pendleton
over Sunday, where he filled the pul
pit at the Christian church for Guy
L. Drill. In the morning here James
Pointer, state evangelist who is now
in a meeting at Lexington, preached
and at the evening service Eldon
Wojo, Lexington pastor, delivered the
sermon. At this service the congre
gation was favored by having Mrs.
Thomas Hughes lead the singing a -sisted
by Mrs. Claud Ncely at the
piano. As a special number, thesi
ladies sang a duet which was oeau
Frank Harwood this week moved
his stock from the Odd Fellows build
ing into one of the front rooms of
the Heppner Hotel building, where
he will, be located in the future. Fol
lowing bankruptcy proceedings, the
stock of Mr. Harwood, together with
; his store fixtures, had been locked
up for several months, pending a set
tlement which was finally consum
mated. It is rumored that Sam
Hughes has rented the room vacated
by Mr. Harwood and will open up a
Chas. A. Schoene and Gladys Or
tego, young people of Ritter, Grant
county, were granted a license to wed
by Clerk Anderson on Friday. The
couple were later joined in the bonds
of matrimony by Justice E. R. Hus
ton, immediately returning to their
home near Ritter where they will
continue to live.
Elmer Markham, formerly a resi
dent of this county, when his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Markham lived
here, and also a student in Heppner
high school, was a visitor here over
the week end wit.h old time friends.
Mr. Markham is now a very success
ful farmer in the Walla Walla coun
try. Jerm O'Connor reports the finest
fall range in many years on his
ranches on Rhea creek and Skinner
fork. The abundance of rain has
been just what was needed. Mr. O'- j
Conner was doing business in the
Frank Gilliam has been appointed
guardian of the person and estate of
Paul Hisler, taking the place of
Helen Groshen McCullough, resigned.
The qualifications of Mr. Gilliam
werff filed with the county clerk this
Mrs. E. R. Lovell of Portland, sis
ter, and Mrs. Claud Neely of Eugene,
jister-in-law of Mrs. Thomas Hughes,
arrived at Heppner on Saturday and
will be guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hughes until after Thanksgiv
ing. Mrs. Wm. Avers, widow of the late
W. M. Ayers, has been granted by
the county court of Morrow county a
pension of $10 per month, payable
out of the widows' pension fund. She
has one dependent child.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Palmer who
live near Lexington were visitors
here on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud White visited a
while in Heppner Tuesday from the
farm home out across Sand Hollow.
Mr. White had a fine yield of wheat
on his ranch the past season and
states that there should be good crops
in his neighborhood the coming sea
son, as the lands are thoroughly well
wet this fall the best in many long
years. Fall seeding has all come
along well and the grain is making
Carl Peterson is one of the success
ful farmers of the lone country.
While in the city on Tuesday he in
formed this paper that it was too
wet in his locality to get through
with the seeding. Many had been de
layed because of the excessive growth
of weeds that had to be disposed of,
and it looks now like some were go,
ing to have to abandon seeding until
Andrew Olson, who was formerly
with the Union Oil Co. here as local
manager, hut who now resides in
Portland where he is employed with
a firm dealir-i? in automobile replace
ment parts, spent a day or so in
Heppner the first of the week enjoy
ing a visit with his numerous friends
here. Mr. Olson was until recently
with the Union Oil Co. at Baker.
Having completed their contract on
the new auditorium-gymnasium build
ing, MessrB. Reeves and Olson depart
ed for Portland the end of -ha week.
Mr. Olson had been on the job con
stantly for two months, and proved
to be a "pusher" in moving the work
along. Mr. Reeves was here only
during the last two weeks while the
job was being completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Lindhe of
North Sand Hollow, were visitors in
Heppner on Tuesday. That part of
Morrow county is looking up well
this fall, getting thoroughly soaked
with moisture, and there should be
unother fine crop out that way next
Mr. and Mrs. Walter LaDusire
moved into the Gilman apartments
on Tuesday. They were living in the
Ayers house, recently purchased by
Mrs. Emma Gemmell.
County Agent Smith was in Her
miston Saturday where he attended
th.meeting of the Oregon State Bee
keepers' association, held there over
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Strodtman of
Lexington spent a short time in this
city on Monday. Mr. Strodtman is
manager of the Farmers Warehouse
at that point.
Egbert Young, Eight Mile wheat
raiser, was doing business in the city
Grant Olden, Rhea creek rancher,
was a visitor here Tuesday.
Winter Applet Plenty of good
ones. Began picking Oct. 1st. Bring
sacks. F. Burroughs, Jordan Siding.
Straw, pasture and alfalfa hay for
sale good pasture. Ralph Butler on
Al Henriksen ranch near Lexington.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT."
Notice is hereby given that J. B.
Key, Administrator of the Estate of
,V. II. Moore, deceased, has filed his
final account with the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for Morrow
County, and that said Court has set
as the time and place for settlement
of said account, Saturday,' December
24th, 1927, at the hour of Ten o'clock
A. M. in the Court Room of said Court
in Heppner, Oregon.
Any one having objections to said
final account must present said ob
iections or. or before said healing.
J. B. KEY,
Administrator of the Estate of
W. H. Moore, deceased.
Sun., Nov. 27th
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
Ida B. Woodson, Plaintiff,)
vs. ' )
Richard McEligott, Ad-)
ministrator of the Es-)
tate of Charles M. Da-)
vis, deceased, J. J. Da-)SUMMONS
vis and Jane Doe Davis,)
his wife, Charles Davis)
and Jane Doe Davis, his)
wife, and Jessie Davis)
and Jane Doe Davis,)
his wife, Defendants.)
To Charles Davis, a widower, Jes
sie Davis and Jane Doe Davis, his
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above
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THE ENTIRE STOCK AND EQUIPMENT OF
C. L. BOOTH
At the Booth Ranch on Shuttler Flat, 12 Miles
South of Arlington on the John Day Highway, on
Wednesday, Dec. 7
Commencing at 10:30 a. m., rain or shine
Farm Machinery, Etc.
One Holt 75 Tractor.
One Holt 45 Tractor. ,
One Combine Hitch.
Four Rod Weedera.
Six 3-bottom, 16-inch Plows.
Five Disc Drills.
One McCormick Mower.
Three Iron-wheeled Wagons.
One Democrat Wagon.
One Wheat Wagon, 3, with
One Cook Houne with Wagon.
Twenty-seven Sections of Iron
One Double Disc, 10-fb. (
One Hay Rake,
Two Walking Plows, 12-inch.
One Ford Truck, Ruxtell Axle.
One Calkins Wheat Treating
One Land Lister.
Two 12-Horse Plow Hitches.
One Gas Pump
Twenty Gas Drums.
One Water Tank and Wagon.
Two Straw Racks.
Three Weed Rakes
Two Feed Racks.
One Plow Hitch for Holt 75.
entitled suit within Four weeks from
the date of first publication of this
summons, or from the date of serv
ice upon you, if personally served
outside of the State of Oregon, and
if you fail to answer for want thereof
the plaintiff will take a decree against
you as prayed for in plaintiff's com
plaint, which ib as follows, to-wit:
For judgment against the defend
ant, Richard McElligott, Administra
tor of the Estate of Charles M. Da
vis, deceased, for the sum of Three
Thousand Dollars with interest at the
rate of Eight per cent per annum
from February 16th, 1923; the fur
ther sum of $400 attorney's fee and
the plaintiff's costs and disburse
ments in this suit;
And for a decree of the court fore
closing the plaintiff's mortgage on
the following described real proper
ty in Morrow County, State of Ore
South half of Section 21; the
North half of Section 28 in Town
ship Two South, Range 28, E. W.
M., except therefrom One square
acre in the Southeast corner of
the Northwest quarter of Sec
tion 28 in Township Two South,
Range 23, E. W. M.,
and providing that said real property
be sold on foreclosure execution and
the proceeds from said sale applied
to the payment of plaintiff's judg
ment, including costs and attorney's
fee and that each of the defendants
above named be foreclosed of all
right, title or interest in and to said
real property and for such other and
further relief as to the court may
This summons is published by vir
tue of an order of Honorable R. L.
Benge, County Judge of Morrow
County, State of Oregon, made and
entered on the 22nd day of Novem
ber, 1927, in which order it was pro
vided that this summons be pub
lished for a period of Four weeks in
the Heppner Gazette Times, published
at Heppner, Orepnn.
Date of first publication is the 23rd
day of November, 1927.
C. L. SWEEK.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF SALE OF AMM4L.
Notice it hereby given that by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon, the undersigned has taken up
the hereinafter described animal,
found running at large on his prem
ises in Morrow County, State of Ore
gon, and that he will on Saturday,
December 3, 1927, at the hour of 2 :00
o'clock p. m., at his place one mile
below Parkers Mill on Rock creek,
in Morrow County, Oregon, offer for
sale and sell to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, the said animal,
unless the same shall have been re
deemed by the owner or owners there
of. Said animal is described as fol
lows: One appalusa horse, branded 7 H
on left shoulder; 7 or 8 years old,
and weighing 1000 pounds.
One DrilJ Hitch for Holt 35.
One Spring Tooth Harrow.
One Harrow Cart.
One Harrow Hitch for Holt 45.
Forge, Drill, Grind Stone, and
Wrenches and Shop Tools,
Log Chains, Bolts and Nuts.
Six Forks, 4 Hoes, 2 Shovels, 1
Garden Hose, 25-ft.
Household Goods, Etc.
Two Cook Stoves, 1 Heater,
6 Chairs, Tables, Cooking Uten
sils, Dishes, 3 Beds, Mattresses
and Springs, Rugs, Lamps, Lan
10 Sets Good Work Harness.
4 Sets Lines.
23 Hnlters and Halter Bridles.
18 Bridles; 23 Collars.
14 Head Good Work Horses.
6 Unbroke Horses.
1 High Grade Jersey Cow.
Many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
TERMS All sums of $25 or under, cash ; over
that amount will take bankable note due October
1, 1928, at 8 per cent interest, or wilPallow 3 per
cent discount for cash on all sums over $25.00.
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