PAGE FOUR HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1928. (Btxztttt intra THE HEPPNER GAZETTE, Established March SO. 1883; THE HEPPNER TIMES. Established November 18, 1S97; CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1915. Published every Thursday morning by VAWT B and SPENCER CRAWFORD and entered at the Post Office at Hepp ner, Oregon, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING KATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear $2.00 Six Months 1-00 Three Months .5 Single Copies Official Paper for Morrow County. Foreign Advertising Representative AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION WE HOPE HE MAT WIN. BY THE appointment of Congress man N. J. Sinnott to a federal judgeship, there is now a vacanacy in the office of representative from the second congressional district and it will be necessary for a candi date to be nominated for the place at the coming primaries. The time having passed" for the proper filing of candidates, it will be necessary to write in the names of the aspir ants, at least this appears to be the only way to get the names on the ballot at this late date, and the time will be short for making the campaign. In the person of Samuel E. Not son. Morrow county has a candi date for this office. Mr. Notson, hav ing entered the race, will be .quite active in promoting his interests from this time on, and it is the sin cere hope of this paper that he may win. We are not giving him any other than first place among all those so far mentioned in the race; we feel that he is good timber for a congressman from the second dis trict and would be a credit to the state at large, a fit successor to Nick Sinnott who has so ably represent ed the district and state for the past fifteen years. Mr. Notson is not unknown to the people of this district, as he has been quite active in party affairs for many years, has made many stump speeches over this part of Oregon, and has a host of friends who will be glad to write in his name and boost him along to final success. A CONTRAST IN THE NEWS. Oregonian. Portland's strongest sermon against drinking was preached yesterday. It came not from the pulpit but from the city's jail and hospitals, where maimed, wounded and imprisoned revelers told their stories of alcoholic Indulgence that ended in tragedy. While members of the "I'll-never-touch-another-drop" club held their regular weke-end meeting at the city jail, hospital attaches were busy with scalpels and needles trying to re pair damage done to at least six victims of indulgence in liquor. Police report er's account in The Oregonian. The same Oregonian in which the foregoing appeared as the preface to a story in detail, presented a Washington dispatch which set forth the renewed activities and am bitions of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment There was the usual parade of notable names, the cognomens of more or less illustrious capitalists, of labor leaders, of profound more or less profound scholars and savants. These gentlemen, so the dispatch informed us, are new converts to the wet cause, and are resolved to fight to the last ditch for the repeal of the prohibition amendment We do not question their motives. We assume they are more or less honor able men, more or less unselfishly advocating that which they conceive to be the public welfare. But the two stories afford a strik ing study in contrast The one pre sents its sordid tale of the evil that comes through liquor, even while prohibition is in effect The other paints, inferentially, a glowing pic ture of improved conditions should liquor be made lawful again. And we would ask this for it is pertin ent of the gentlemen who are such eminent advocates of the figment "personal liberty": Would the re peal of prohibition remove from liquor the murder and lust which now reside therein, and which al ways have been found therein? Would the repeal of prohibition re sult in a decreased consumption of the stuff that men, in the wisdom of their hearts, know is hurtful alike to body and spirit? Would the re peal of prohibition place more auto mobiles, the property of working men, on the highways? If they an swer honestly, they must answer no to each. It is true that illicit liquor is con sumed. But it is no ttrue that a ma jority of people, or even a large pro portion of the population, seek out this ilicit liquor, or partake of it Tha saloon is gone from the corner. To install it again, or create a com parable substitute, would be to work great injury upon earning power, saving power and moral welfare. MIRACLES UPON MIRACLES, THE whole world is excited now about the three brave fliers who crossed from Europe, making the first successful east-to-west trans atlantic flight After the sacrifice of Beveral lives, man has made an other conquest of the skies. Wf are throwing our hats into the air and cheering the pluck of the three flyers, who certainly more than deserve the plaudits that are coming their way. This event makes us pause to re flect on the miracles that have come to pass practically within our own lives. We think of the advent of the phonograph, the motion picture, the telephone, the telegraph and re member the famous first words transmitted by that instrument: "What Hath God Wrought" Then we recall more recent inven tions and discoveries that almost make these miracles seem com monplace. And bo It happened that when three brave flyers landed on Grecn- ly Island in the icy Far North, news of the landing reached the civilized world at once through the use of that marvelous boon to humanity, the radio. Modern miracles of science have demolished distance. Man has con quered the air and the sea. Just think of what man has done and what man still may do! But It would be vanity indeed to Rive ourselves all the credit for these miraculous accomplishments. We can only repeat the signifi cant words of Morse: "What Hath God Wrought" LIVING AND DEAD. Portland Telegram. Rc OY, RAY AND HUGH D'AUT- REMONT murdered four men. Willos and Kelley died because thpy were in a prison break in which there was loss of life. Today as a little bunch of flowers are but a stem over the graves of the prison break participants, the three brothers rest in prison cells which will be their homes until their fiendish crime has cooled sufficient ly to permit some sob sisters to in itiate a move for their release. Manipulators of the law perhaps could explain. AMERICAN FOREST WEEK. THIS week, from April 22 to April 28, has been set aside this year as American Forest Week. The purpose of American Forest Week is to stir up the people to the appalling economic waste entailed by our failure to utilize and protect forest land that is not taken over by fields and pastures. Farmers as well as commercial timberland owners must be alive to the great forestry problems of the nation. The depredation of our forests presents a tremendous problem. It deserves the attention of every wide-awake American. This year fires in National For ests of the East and South have up to the present time shown an in crease of 50 per cent over the num ber during the same period of 1927. Fire prevention and the suppres sion of incendiarism are crying needs. Carelessness is responsible for a great many forest fires. They are unwarranted and wasteful. Such observances as American Forest Week, it is hoped, will have a salutary effect in making the cit izenry aware of the grave danger forests are in, under present condi tions. The welfare of our National Forests has a driect bearing upon the welfare of the Nation itself. The forestry problem is a'prob- lem for the Nation as a whole, and it is hoped every American citizen will find some way of doing his "bit" for the forests during American Forest Week and during other weeks as well! A REAL MAN NEEDED. Pendleton East Oregonian. THE status of the Umatilla rapids nrnippt is such that it would he fl. tragedy not to have this district well represented in Congress. Due in considerable part to Nick Sin nott's efforts the project has been surveyed both from an engineering standpoint and from an economic viewpoint These reports being fa vorable a measure for constructing the project is now before congress and the bill has been favorably re ported by the senate and house committees. That is real progress but the big test is yet to come. We need a congressman of char acter, vision and energy. The dis trict has important relations with the federal government involving several different departments and naturally the character of our rep resentative and his readiness to be of service has a big effect upon the results secured. Many of the duties of a congressman are of purely lo cal benefit in different sections but work for the use of the Columbia for its three fold purposes is a cause in which the whole state is interest ed, likewise the state of Washing ton. Anyone running for congress from eastern Oregon who fails to enthuse over this project will show lack of interest in the biggest thing we have awaiting action. By Arthur Brisbane Vivid Youth, Dull Age. Making Mississippi Safe, Depew Wise Man. Could Coolidge Say No? In youth impressions are vivid, and last into old age. Therefore, the manuscript of "Alice in Won derland" sells for $75,259, a record price, more than would have been paid for the manuscript of Dante's "Inferno," or of Voltaire's "Zadig," each word worth a thousand "Alice in Wonderland" manuscripts. Years dull imagination. Millions that remember "Robinson Crusoe," "Swiss Family Robinson," "Gulli ver's Travels" vividly have a faint impression of more important books read later. Washington reporters say, prob ably inaccurately, that President Coolidge is shocked at the sugges tion of $750,000,000 to make the Mis sissippi River safe. A country that could give TEN THOUSAND MILLIONS TO EU ROPE, add half a billion a year to railroad receipts, and plan, wisely, to cut $200,000,000 a year from cor poration taxes, need not shudder at the thought of spending part of a billion to make the Mississippi safe. CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, dead ir. -Frank (Urane mjs: THE JOYS OF ACCURACY A common fault and a common element of weakness is the habit of exaggeration. You have often heard a young flapper say that upon such and such an occasion she nearly died or that there were millions of people at the ball game, or some other manifest exaggeration. This is a habit that is easily slipped into, but it is an element of weakness. The trouble is that people get to discounting your statements and are apt to believe nothing that you say. They think that you are always exaggerating everything. The Christian Science Monitor points out that one of the values of studying arithmetic is to become accustomed to the joys of ac curacy. If one will acquire the habit of stating as nearly as may be possible exactly what is the fact, if his reputation for stating the facts cleanly is once established, it will be a great element of strength. Profanity and over-exaggeration and extreme utterances always show that our passions outrun our information. Always state, the best you can, just exactly what occurred. Ac ustom yourself to accuracy and modest claims. Then you will be credited with the habit of truth-telling and people will believe what you say. There may be joy, a certain kind of joy, in exaggeration. It may appeal to the imagination to overstate things. But there is as much pleasure, after we get used to it, in being accurate and in telling only what is true. in his ninety-fourth year, older than the Republican party, which he ser ved long and faithfully, said: "I have lived long because I could laugh at anything." Of Napoleon, it was said that in his youth "no one ever saw him laugh." He didn't live ninety-three years, but he did live more in one day than amiable Mr. Depew in all his ninety-four years. Chauncey Depew attended 8,000 banquets and never let boredom drive him into eating too much. That's wisdom. He campaigned for Lincoln, got $1.75 for his first legal services, liv ed under twenty-four Presidents, from Andrew Jackson to Calvin Coolidge, and knew thirteen of them personally. How many can name the twenty-four from Jackson on? Mr. Darrow of the House Naval Affairs Committee, told President Coolidge his friends "still hoped he would be a candidate. The Presi dent replied: "I am afraid they will have to be disappointed. Die-hard Coolidge enthusiasts will find SOME comfort in that word "afraid." A man cannot help being persuaded if arguments are good. Suppose the President were con vinced, as he may be, that his re- nominatlon and re-election, a sec ond time, would boom business, in crease employment, stabilize pros perity, and free his party from oil stain danger, could he continue to say no? Aviation is a reality, says General Atterbury, and railroads should know it. He is said to plan for the Pennsylvania a part railroad, part flying machine service from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The traveler would spend day light in the flying machine, night hours on the train, cross the con tinent in forty-eight hours, avoiding mountain flying. This rumor is not guaranteed. ( New York merchants report bus iness rxcclli.nt in women's apparel. They buy more of it and less of it, more garments, less material In them. Paper underwear for ladies makes its appearance in several stores. ' Silk of wood, underwear of paper not pleasant news for cotton growers. Old British builders of wooden ships who said ships made of steel would sink in heavy storms would be interested in the Leviathan's lat est trip. She reached New York with her forecastle deck smashed, deck structures badly twisted by a wave said to be 150 feet high, that drop ped 1,000,000 pounds of water in her deck at once. Men, build ships that the ocean cannot sink. Water waves are heav ier than air waves. Airships will soon be built that no air wave will worry. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (Paid Advertising) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. To the Republican Voters of Mor row County: I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the nomination of County Commissioner at the Pri mary Election to be held May 18, 1928. CHAS. WICKLANDER, (Paid Adv.) Boardman, Ore. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. To the Republican Voters of Mor row County: I wish to announce that I have filed as a candidate for Justice of the Peace, 6th district, at the Pri mary election, May 18, 1928, and will appreciate your support. (Paid Adv.) T, A. HUGHES. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. To the Republican Voters of Mor row County: I hereby announce myself is a candidate for nomination to the of fice of County Commissioner sub ject to your will at the Primary El ection, May 18, 1928. E. S. DURAN. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. To the Rci ublican Electors cf Mor row County: I mnounce myself for nomination to the ofllce of County Commission er, at the primaries to be hold May 18th, on the Republican ticket L. P. DAVIDSON, lone, Ore,. FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. I hereby announce to the voters of Morrow county that I will be a candidate for the office of County School Superintendent on the Re publican ticket, at the primaries, May 18th, 1928. HELEN M. WALKER. FOR SHERIFF. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate before the Republcian primaries on May 18, 1928, for the office of Sheriff of Morrow County, and shall greatly appreciate your support C. J. D. BAUMAN. FOR COUNTY CLERK. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for nomination for the office of County Clerk of Morrow County on the Republican ticket at the Primary election. W. O. HILL. FOR COUNTY CLERK. To the Republican Voters of Mor row County, Oregon: I hereby an nounce that I will be a candidate for the nomination of County Clerk at the Primary Nominating Elec tion to be held May 18, 1928. GAY M. ANDERSON. (Incumbent) FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. I hereby announce my candidacy for the .nomination, on the Demo cratic ticket, for the offic eof Jus tice of the Peace for the 6th district of Morrow county, md shall appre ciate your support E. R. HUSTON. FOB SHERIFF. I hereby announce to the voters of Morrow county that I will be a candidate for the office of sheriff on the Republican ticket, at the primaries, May 18th, 1928. G. A. BLEAKMAN. FOR SHERIFF. To the Democratic Voters of Mor row County: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Morrow County, subject to your will to be expressed at the primaries, Friday, May 18, 1928. WALTER L. MATTESON. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate on the Republican tick et for the office of County Commis sioner of Morrow County, at the Primary Election to be held May 18, 1928. CREED OWEN. FOR SHERIFF. To the Republican voters of Mor row County: I hereby announce my self a candidate for nomination to the office of Sheriff of Morrow County, subject to your will at the May primaries. E. ALBEE. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. To the Republican Voters of Mor row County: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for nomination to the of- ROY W. RITNER Candidate for Joint Representative . Umatilla and Morrow Counties REPUBLICAN (Paid Advertising) . flee of County School Superinten dent, subject to your decision t. the Primaries May 18, 1928. LUCY E. RODGERS. DR. CONDER ANNOUNCES FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate, subject to the will of the Republican voters, for Joint Representative from Morrow and Umatilla counties. SLOGAN: "Mor row County Man in the Legislature." J. PERRY CONDER. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Having had 12 years of exper ience as a Justice of the Peace, I announce myself a candidate for nomination to thTt office for the Sixth District of Morrow County, subject to the will of the Demo cratic voters at the coming May primaries. JOE LIEU ALLEN. LEGAL NOTICES No. 6718 IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MARION COUNTY. In the Matter of the Guardianship of WILLIAM McKIMMY, A person oi Unsound Mind. GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SAL- OP SEAL PROPERTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENN that the undersigned Ancillary Guardian of the estate or tne above namea wara in the State of Oregon, bv virtue ot an or der dulv made and entered in the above entitled court and cause on the 17th day of Aoril. 1928. will sell at private sale, at tne omces or aaa ana eusn lrusi Company, Ladd and Bush Building, Citv of Salem. Marion County. Oregon. on or after the 23rd day of May. 1928. to the highest bidder, for cash, all of the right, title, interest, and estate of the above named ward, the said estate beine an undiv ded 3-16 interest as ten ant in common, in fee simple, in and to that certain real property, particularly described as follows, to-wit: The South Hair (sj ana tne Northwest Quarter (NW(i) of Sec tion Twenty-five (25) in Township Two (2) South, of Range Twenty five (25) Bast, of the Willamette Meridian, in Morrow County, State of Oregon, and containing four hundred eighty (480) acres, more or less. The Interest of said ward in the said real property will be sold as one undi vided 3-16 interest, and not less than Two Hundred Fifty ($250.00) Dollars of the amount bidden shall be paid on ac count of the purchase price at the time of sale, and the balance of the amount of bid shall be paid upon the confirma tion of sale by the above entitled court and tender of Ancillary Guardian's Deed. Sale will be made subject to the confirmation of the above entitled court. The date of the first publication of this notice is Thursday, April 19th, 1928, and the last is May 17th, 1928. Dated April 19th, 1928. LADD AND BUSH TRUST COMPANY, Ancillary Guardian of the Estate of William McKimmey, a Person of Unsound Mind. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that R. A. Thompson, Administrator of the estate of John C. McEntire, deceased, has filed his final account with the clerk of the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, and that said Court has set as the time and place for set tlement of said final account Saturday, May 12th, 1928, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day in the court room of the County Court of the state of Oregon for Morrow County in Heppner, Oregon. All persons having objections to said final account must present them on or before said date. R. A. THOMPSON, Administrator. NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the laws of the State of Oregon, the undersigned has taken up the herein after described animal found running at large on his premises in Morrow County, State of Oregon, and that he will on Saturday, the 5th day of May, 1928, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at his place 3 miles west of Heppner, Oregon, offer for sale the Baid animal to the highest bidder for cash In hand: unless the said animal shall have been redemeed by the owner or owners thereof. Said ani mal is described as folLwws: One bay horse mule, blotch brand on left front shoulder, age 10 or 12 years. uhas. b. uux., -7 Heppner, Oregon. CITATION. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of John Keegan, deceased. To William Keegan, Elizabeth Kee gan, Daniel Keegan. Mary Ann Freeiey, Catnerine Keegan. Frank Keegan, John Reynolds, Ja.nea Reynolds, Frank Rey nolds, and Marie o urien, and an un known heirs of John Keegan, deceased: You are hereby cited to appear with in ten days from the date of the last publication of this t itatiun hi reinbelow set out, to show cause, u any exist, wny an order should not be made authoriz ing and licensing the administrator of the estate of John Ktcgm. deceased, to sell the following described real prop erty at public auction to tne mgnest bidder for cash in hand, for the pur Dose of satisfying the debts and ex penses of administration of the estate or tne anove nimeu aeceasea: Northeast quarter of Southeast quarter of Section 1, Township 2 South, Range 28 East of Willamette Meridian; Lot 4, Section 31, Town ship 1 South, Range 29 East of Willamette Meridian; Lota 3 and 4, South half of Northwest quarter and Southwest quarter of Section 6. and Lots 1, 2. 3. 4, 5, and 6. Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter, and Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter of Section 6, Township 2 South, Range 29 East of Willamette Meridian, situated in Morrow County, State of Oregon. The above described being real prop erty of which said deceased, John Kee gan, died seized. Dated this 6th day of April, 1928. (Seal) GAY M. ANDERSON, County Clerk. Date of first publication, April 12, 1928. Date or last publication, May iu, is. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of FRED McKIMMY, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ladd and Bu3h Trust Company, the un dersigned, has been appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County Ancillary Administrator ot tne Kstate oi rrea McKimmy, ue ceased. With the Will Annexed and has qualified as such. All persons who have claims against the estate are hereby notified te present the same, duly verified, as required by law, to the undersigned at the First Na tional Bank, in the City of Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, within six (6) months from the date of the first publi cation of this notice, which Is the 5th day of April. 1928. and the last Is the 3rd day of May. 1928. Dated this 5th day of April, 1928. LADD AND BUSH TRUST COM PANY, Ancillary Administrator of the Estate ot Fred McKimmy, De ceased. With the Will Annexed. PAGE AND PAGE, Attorneys for Ancillary Administrator of the Es tate of Fred McKimmy, Deceased, Ladd and Bush Building, Salem, Oregon. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. , Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution and order ot sale Issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, on the 28th day ot March. 1928, to me directed in that certain suit in said Court where in Hurry Rood, Trustee, Harry Kooa and Millie R. Doolittle as plaintiffs se cured a judgment and decree of fore closure against Howard W. Anderson and Edgar Anderson, defendants, which judgment was dated March 22nd. 1928, and was for the sum of JlU.000, with Interest at the rate or isignt per cent per annum from March 11th, 1920, less the sum of $518 credited on said in terest: for the further sum of $700 at torney's fee. and plaintiff's costs and disbursements taxed and allowed in the sum of $36.40. I will on Saturday, the 28th day of April, iszs, at meinour ui 10 o'clock A. M. in the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the County Court house in Heppner, Morrow Coun ty. State of Oregon, offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder lor casn in nana an oi ins ioi lowmg described real property In Mor row county, state ot uregon, iu-wn: The East half and the Soutnwest quarter of Section Twenty-five (25), and the North half of Section Tblr-ty-six (36), all in Township Three (3) South, Range Twenty-four (24), E. W. M.. 1 or go much of said real property as may be necessary to satisfy piaintins juag ment, costs, attorney's fee and accruing costs of sale. . Dated this 29th day of March, 1928. ' GEORGE McDUFFEE, Sheriff of Morrow County, State of Oregon. - . IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON 1UK MUKKUVV COUNTY. George B. McDonald, 7 riaintin,; vs. ) A. L. Wilcox and Bertha) SUMMONS. W. Wilcox, his wife; A. B.) Fletcher and Charles H.) Latoureil, Defendants.) To A. L. Wilcox and Bertha W. Wilcox, his wife, defendants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit within four weeks from the date of first nuhiiratlon of this summons, or from the date of service upon you, if personally served outside of the State of Oregon, and if you fall to answer for want thereof the plaintiff will take a decree against you as prayed for in plalntirr a complaint, wnicn is as fol lows, to-wit : For iuderment against the defendants, A. L. Wilcox and A. B. Fletcher for the sum of $4264, with interest at the rate of Eight oer cent ner annum from January 7th. 1927; the further sum of $400 attorney's fee, and plaintiffs costs and disbursements in tne suit. And or a decree of the Court reform ing the plaintiff's mortgage so as to cover the West half of the East half of Section Thirty-two in Township Five South. Range Twenty-five. E. W. M. instead of the West half of the East quarter of Section Thirty-two in Town ship Five South, Range Twenty-five, E. W. M., And for a further decree of the Court foreclosing the plaintiff's mortgage on the lands described In the plaintiff's mortgage as reiormed ana nerein ae' scribed as follows, to-wit: The Southeast quarter (SE14 of the Northeast quarter (NE14), the Northeast quarter (NE!4) of the Southeast quarter (SE), the West half (W) of the Southeast quarter (SEV), the East half of the South west quarter (SWV4), lots numbered Three (3) and Four (4) of Section "numbered Nineteen (19); All that part of the South half (S1,) of the Northwest quarter (NW'i) of Section numbered Twen ty (20) lying West of the Middle Channel of the Middle Fork of Rock Creek; the Southwest quarter (SWVi) of the Southwest quarter (SWU) of Section numbered Twenty-nine (29) ; the Southeast quarter (SE'4) of the Southeast quarter (SEVi). the East half (E) of the West half (W'4). lots numbered Three (3) and Four (4) of Section numbered Thirty (30) ; the East half (EH-) of the East half (EVi), the Northwest quarter (NW!4) of the Southeast quarter (SEii),- the Northeast quarter (NEVi) of the Northwest quarter (NWH), the lots numbered One (1) and Two (2) of Section numbered Thirty-one (31) ; the West half (WH) of the East half (EK), the East half (EH) of of the Northwest quarter (NWU), the Southwest quarter (SW!4) of Section numbered Thirty-two (32). all of said property above described and referred to being in Township Five (5) South, Range Twenty-five (25). East of the Willamette Mer idian; The South half (SM) of the North west quarter (NW4) and the South west quarter (SW'A) of Section numbered Four (4) in Township Six (6) South. Range Twenty-five (25). East of the Willamette Meridian. All in the County of Morrow and State of Oregon. and providing that said real property be sold on foreclosure execution and tiie proceeds from said sale be applied to the payment of plaintiffs judgment, Including costs and attorney's fee and that each of the defendants In said suit oe roreclosed or all right, title or Inter est In and to said real DroDertv and the whole thereof, and for such other and further relief as to the Court may e-m equiianie. This summons Is published by virtue of an order of Honorable R. L. Benee. County Judge of Morrow County, State oi uregon. maae and entered on the 28th day of March. 1928. In which order it was provided that this summons be published for a period of Four weeks in tne Heppner Gazette Times, publish ed at HeDnner. Oregon. Date of first publication March 29th, 13.18. C. L. SWEEK, Attorney for Plaintiff, Heppner, Oregon. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the under signed was duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, administrator of the estate of George Hendrlx, deceased;' and all persons having claims against tho estate of said deceased are hereby required to present the same to said admlni.strat'jr with proper vouchers at the office of Jos. J. Nys, his attorney, at Heppner, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published this 29th aay or marcn, 1928. WM. HENDRIX, 2-6 Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that Charles H. rn-in nas boen appointed admin s- trator c. t. a. of the Estate of David H Er.vln, deceased, by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow uounty. and that he has uual fled such by filing his bond arid oath of oince, AH persons having claims against said estate must present them to the auministrator on or Deiore six (tl) months rrom the flute or first Dubltca 'Ion of tnis notice to said administrator at the on.ee of C. . Sweek In Heooner. Oregon. Said claims must be duly van ned as required by law. Date of first publication, April 5th, 1928. CHARLES II. ERWIN, Administrator c. t. a. ALEX GIBB PLUMB-JO AND HEATXNG GENERAL REPAIR WORK Estimates Free. WHEN IN TROUBLE CALL 702 PEOPLES HARDWARE CO. DR.E.E.BAIRD DENTIST Case Building, Entranoa Center St. Telephone Main 1011 Open Evenings and Sundays by Appointment. AUCTIONEER E. J. KELLER V The man wh mad tha raaaonabla prioa. LEXINGTON, OREGON WM. BROOKHOUSER FAINTING PAPEEHANOINO INTERIOR DECORATING Leave orders at Peoples Hardware Company r . DR. DAVID S. ROWE (Lioansed) CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN and PHYSIO-THERAPIST Phone 803 Hermlston. Ore. DR. A. H. JOHNSTON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Graduate Nurse Assistant L O. O. F. BUILDINO Phones: Office, Main 933; Res. 492. Heppner, Oregon GLENN Y. WELLS ATTORNEY AT LAW 600 Chamber of Commerce Building, Portland, Oregon Phone Broadway 4254. DR. F. E. FARRIOR DENTIST -Bay Diagnosis L O. O. F. BU1XDINO Heppner, Oregon , Frank A. McMenamin LAWYER Phone BEacon 4461 1014 Northwestern Bank Building, PORTLAND, OREGON Residence, GArfleld 1949 A. D. McMURDO, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Trained None Aniitant Ofllce In Masonic Building Heppner, Oregon C L. SWEEK ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Offices In First National Bank Building- Heppner, Oregon MORROW GENERAL HOSPITAL Maternity Cues ilUOri 1 ALi snrgioal, Medioal, Wards and Private Rooms. Rates Reasonable. MRS. SENA WE8TFALL, Graduate Nurse, Superintendent A. H. JOHNSTON, M. D., Physlcian-ln-Charge. Phone Main 322 Heppner. Ore. Morrow General Maternity Department "Tha Home of Battar Bablei" Rates Reasonable; Dependable Service. Phone Main 822 Heppner, Ore. S. E. NOTSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office In Court House Heppner, Oregon AUCTIONEER Farm and Paraonal Property Salea a Specialty "Tha Man Who Talks to Beat tha Band" O. L. BENNETT, Lexinfften, Oragon C. J. WALKER LAWYER and Notary Publla Odd Fellows Building Heppner, Oregon F. W. TURNER & CO. FIRE, AUTO AND LIFE INSURANCE Old Line Companies. Real Estate. Heppner, Oregon JOS. J. NYS ATTONE Y-AT-LAW Roberta Building, Willow Street Heppner, Oregon J. Perry Conder, N. D. aoth year la praotloe In Happnar and Morrow County. HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING Office Phone 02, Residence Phone 08. Heppner Sanitarium TTflcniTQI Dr' Prry Condar UUSpildl Physician In charge Oldest Institution of Healing and Oldest Practicing Phyaiclan in Mor row County: with the least percent age of fatality and greatest percent age of benefit.