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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1929
St. Patrick's Festivities
at Elks Hall Saturday
Rev. Thomas J. Braily
On next Saturday evening' the so
cial features associated with Saint
Patrick's day will take place In the
Elks' temple beginning at 9 o'clock.
This celebration will include a
grand evening of delightful danc
ing, with music of the very highest
order delighting the throng. The
entire affair will be in the hands of
the boys and girls of the town, the
latter appearing in dainty Irish col
ors of green, white and gold, and
the former bearing the national
colors of the Emerald Isle in th
lapels of their coats.
The girls will wait upon their
guests and serve a delightful, ap
petizing collation or lunch a la
cafeteria style, the girls lending
their best endeavors to make their
guests feel at home. This lunch
will include coffee, or tea, sand
wiches, salads, and cake, and be
sold for twenty-five cents a service
Rev. Thomas J. Brady feels cer
tain that there will be no disap
pointment to abide in the breasts
of any guests. The evening's enter
tainment will close at midnight
The entire proceeds of this eel
ebration will go towards the pur
chase of a new site for the project
ed new church in Heppner. Father
Brady and the Catholics generally
ask the kind patronage of their
many friends in and around Hepp
ner. The patronage given the an
nual celebration of St. Patrick's
day last year will evoke a strong
measure of thanks from the people
should last year's success be re
peated. The entertainment will be
one long to be remembered by all
Music for the entertainment will be
of the very highest Everyone is
invited to assist
Wm Hendrix was moved from
Heppner hospital, where he had
been for several weeks receiving
medical attention, to his residence
located on his place on Heppner
flat. Mr. Hendrix is not improved
in health, but is gradually growing
weaker, but it was thought that he
could be just as well cared for at
his home. Willow lodge No. G6, I
O. O. F., is caring for him and have
secured E. Albee as nurse, and in
charge of Mr. Albee and other mem
bers of the lodge, Mr. Hendrix was
taken home on Friday.
Sterling Fryrear, Rhea creek
ranchman, was looking after af
fairs of business in the city on Mon
Straw for Sale Lexington, 5F32.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
MORROW COUNTY. OREGON. A
Public Corporation, Plaintiff,
Alex Allardyce, Lila M. Bartholomew.
Mike Marshall. Henry Boehmke, W.
V. Glasscock, Joseph Burguyne. Ed
ward Casey. P. C. Brennan, W. G.
Corey, W. A. Moore. Grace Moore,
Peter Farley. Matilda C. MeCraw.
W. Fitzgerald. E. H. Fleming. L.
V. Gentry, Eggert R. Geisie, Heira
of Joseph Haslet, deceased. Joseph
Howell. Josie Jones, Orville Ralph
Rood. Gerald Andrew Rood. S. H.
Kauffman. Ernest Kimble. Hollie
Leathers, D. E. Gilman. Bertha D.
Gilmm Jane Penland. Minnie Nor
dyke. Guy E. Nordyke. Edward Mc
Entire. Michael McEntire. Thomas
McEntyre, Dora Miller, Wm.H. Mur
phy. E. P. Dodd, Estate of George
Perry, deceased. Lawrence A. Per
ry, Corda B. Saling, Walter B.
Shaw, George Skewis. Edward J.
Skewis, Hettie Smith, J. K. Weath
erford, Annis Weston. E. O. Neill,
Northwestern and Pacific Hypo
theekbank. a corporation, E. L. Bar
nett J. E. Cronan, Trustee, T. J.
Mahoney. Burt W. Richards, How
ard M. Spencer, Chas. E. Hanson,
W. R. Walpole. Rebecca I. Knight.
Helen H. Conklin, Frank Klossner.
Pacific States Investment Company,
a corporation, H. K. Haak, C. E.
Haak. Laura Shearer. Chas. McAl
ister, E. K. Mulkey. Bessie G. Mul
key. A. M. Kelly. Alvin J. Kelly. R.
S. Howard. Jr., Receiver. Ladd Es
tate Company, a corporation. Strong
& McNaughion Trust Company, a
corporation. James M. H a y e s.
Robert A. Thompson, Adolf Skoubo,
John M. Main. Frank Gilliam, H. J.
Hibbord, Sanford Green, G. A.
Bleakman, Mary L. White, Elmer P.
Dodd, Ralph S. Davis, S. L. Beck.
M. B. Willard, W. H. Stewart, W.
A. Murchie, G. M. Schempp. Jose
phine Schempp, Martin Reid, Fred
Ely, C. E. Musgrave, and Sarah D.
Musgrave, and any other person or
persons owning or claiming to own,
or having or claiming to have, any
interest in or to the real estate
hereinafter described, Defendants,
APPLICATION FOR JUDGMENT
rOSECLOSING TAX LIENS.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE.
To Alex Allardyce. Lila M. Bartholo
mew. Mike Marshall. Henry Boehm
ke. W. V. Glasscock. Joseph Bur-
fe'uy.ne. Edward Casey. P. C. Bren
nan. W. G. Corey, W. A. Moore,
Grace Moore, Peter Farley. Matilda
C. MeCraw, W. Fitzgerald. E. H.
Fleming. L. V. Gentry, Esgert R.
Giesie, Heirs of Joseph Haslet, de
ceased, Joseph Howell, Josie Jones,
Orville Ralph Rood, Gerald An
drew Rood. S. H. KaufTrnan. Ernest
Kimble. Hollie Leathers, D. E. Oil
man, Bertha D. Gilman. Jane Pen
land, Minnie Nordyke, Guy K. Nor
dyke, Edward McEntire, Michael
M( Entire. Thomas McEntire, Dora
Miller, Wm. II. Murphy, E. P.
. Dodd. Estate of George Perry, de
teased. Lawrence A. Perry. Corda
B. Saling. Walter B. Shaw. George
Skewis, Edward J. Skewis, Hettie
Smith, J. K. Weatherford, Annis
Weston. E. O. Neill, Northwestern
and Pacific Hypotheekbank. a cor
poration, E. L. Barnett, J. E. Cro
nan, Trustee, T. J. Mahoney. Burt
W. Richards, Howard M. Spencer,
Clias. E. Hanson, W. R. Walpole,
Rebecca I Knight. Helen H. Conk
lin, Frank Klossner, Pacific States
investment Company, a corpora
tion, H. K. Haak. C. E. Haak. Laura
Shearer. Chas. McAlister, E. K. Mul
key, Bessie G. Mulkey. A. M. Kelly,
Alvin J. Kelly, R. S. Howard, Jr.,
Receiver, Land Estate Company, a
corporation. Strong &. McNaughton
Trust Company, a corporation,
James M. Hayes, Robert A. Thomp
son. Adolf Skoubo. John M. Main,
Frank Gilliam, H. J. Hibbord. San
ford Green. G. A. Bleakman, Mary
L. White, Elmer P. Dodd, Ralph 8.
Davit, 8. L. Beck, M. B. Willard.
W. H. Stewart, W. A. Murchie. G.
M. Schempp, Josephine Schernpp,
Martin Held. Fred Elv, C. E. Mus
grave. and Sarah D. Musgrave. and
any ether person or persons owning
or claiming to own, or having or
claiming to have, any interest in or
to the Teal estate hereinafter de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON : You and each of you are
hereby notified that the above named
plaintiff, a public corporation, is the
fiurchaser, owner, and holder of certif
cntea of delinquency numbered V.i'24.
1326, 1328. 1331, 133ft 1337, 1342. 1346,
1347, 1351, 1353. 13"6. 13ti3. 1366, 1367,
136S, U'.l 13. '3. 13MJ. lSS 13S7, 1393.
loHO, liiH. HOO. HOO, A-iOO. 111-4,
1 lib. 144, 1434. 14S6. 1S05, 1S43, 1544,
1545. 15!. 1556. 15(U. 15.4, 1575. 1576,
16, a, 1W1, 1611, 1614, 1615. 1616, 1617,
164a. 164b. lotHJ, lfL IbbJ, IMKl.
I6t4. loo6 16T2. 16,6. ltN, 16iKl, and
lb;.-', issued on the lain day of August,
liJ5. by the ynenn ana collector oi ie
lu;quent Taxes for Morrow County, Or
egon, and nied by tiie said Sheriff and
Ccllector of Delinquent Taxes in the
otllce of the County eierK oi me county
of Morrow, Slate of Oregon, on the 12th
du of August. 1H25, for taxes due and
diimuueM. together with penally. In
terest uad costs thereon, upon real prop
erty situalea in sorrow county, ure
gon. You are further notified that the
amount lor which said certificate is is
sued is set opposite and following the
description ol the tract or parcel of
land uereiuatter set out, tiie same being
the amount then aue ana aennqueni,
for taxes for tiie year 1920. together
with penalty, interest and costs there
on, upon reul property situate in Mor
row Louniy, vieguu, aito ynrucuiai iy
bounded and described as hereinafter
set forth, said tract or parcel of lana
being assessed for the year 1920, to the
hist oerson whose name immediately
precedes the description thereof, and is
lonowcu uy me uoiuc lu mc- ciauu ap
pearing to be the owner thereof, as ap
pears on the tax roll of Morrow County,
Oregon, for the year 1928. now in the
hands of the Sheriff of said Morrow
County for collection, at the aate of the
first publication of this summons and
notice, which date is the 7th day of
Certificate No. 1324. Alex Allar
dyce ana Alex Afiarayce, uoi
5. Block 24 East, in Section 20,
Tp. 5 N R. 27 East of Wil
lamette Meridian t 8.89
Certificate No. 1326. Lila M. Bar
tholomew ana Mike Mursnall,
Lots 1, 2. and 8. Block 12, of
Castle Rock, Oregon 1.51
Certificate No. 1328, Henry
Boeiimke and W. V. Glass
cock. South 8 feet of Lot 3;
Lot 4; North 30 feet of Lot 5,
all in Block 6 of the City of
Heppner. Oregon 95.58
Certificate No. 1331. Joseph Bur
govne and Joseph Burgoyne,
Lots 9 and 10, Block 6; Lots 1
and 2, Block 22. of the Town
of Lexington, Oregon ' 479.76
Certificate No. 1336. Edward Ca
sev and P. C. Brennan. SEli
SWU and SWU SE!4. Sec 6,
Tp. 5 S.. R. 28 E. W. M 25.05
Certificate No. 1337, W. G. Cor
ey, and W. A. Moore and
Grace Moore, Lots 14 and 15,
Mock 41, of Irrigon. Oregon 29.52
Certificate No. 1342. Peter Far
ley and Matilda C. MeCraw,
Lot 2. Block 2 ; Fractional Lot
3. Block 2; Lots 10 and U.
Block 2; all in Ayers' Second
Addition to the town of Hepp
ner: Tract No. 12, City of
Certiticate No. 1346. W. Fitzger
ald and W. Fitzgerald, Lot 36.
Block 27 of Irrigon, Oregon 1.05
Certiticate No. 1347. E. H. Flem
ing and E. H. Fleming, South
half Lots 1, 2. 3. and 4. Block
3. Soerrv s Third Addition to
the City ot lone 24.76
Certificate No. 13ol. L. V. Gen
try and L. V. Gentry, West 56
feet of Lot 6. Block 1, Loon
ev's Additiun to the Citv of
Certificate No. 1353, Eggert R.
uiesie ana n,ggeri K. Giesie.
SEU NE'i, NVs SEU. and
SEU SEU Sec. 7, Tp. 6 S.,
R. 28, E. W. M - 40.27
Certificate No. 1356, Heirs of
Joseph Haslet, deceased, and
Heirs of Joseph Haslet, de
ceased. W'i NE',i, Sec. 18, Tp.
2 N R. 27 E. W. M 19.15
Certificate No. 1363, Joseph
Howell and Joseph Howell,
Lots 2 and 3. Block L, Royse's
Addition to Hardman 44.37
Certificate No. 1366, Josie Jones,
and Orville Ralph Rood and
Gerald Andrew Rood. Lot 4,
Block 6, Ayers' Fourth Addi
tion to HeDDner, Oregon 102.80
Certificate No. 1367, S. H. Kauff
man and S. II. Kauffman, Lots
3. 4 and 5. Block 36 of Irrigon 2.15
Certificate No. 1369. Ernest Kim
ble and Ernest Kimble, Lot
34. Block 27 of Irrigon 1.05
Certiticate No. 1371. Hollie
Leathers, and D.E. Gilman and
Bertha D. Gilman. Fractional
S",2 SWlt and NW'i SW'i.
Sec. 35, Tp. 4 S., R. 25 E. W.
Certificate No. 1373, Jane Pen
land, and Minnie Nordyke and
Guy E. Nordyke, Lots 6. 7, 8,
and 9. In Block 24: Lots 6, 7.
8. 9. and 10, in Block 25; Lots
1. 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8, 9. and 10 in
Block 26. Penland's Addition
to the -town of Lexington . 40.55
Certificate No. 138U. Edward Mc
Entire and Michael McEntire,
and Thomas McEntire, S
SEli, S'i. NE'i, Nts 8E!4, and
NW'i. Sec. 16, Tp. 2 N., R. 24
E. W. M 371.69
Certificate No. 1383, Dora Miller
and Dora Miller. Lots 16 and
17, Block 36. of Irrigon
Certiticate No. 1387. Wm. H.
Murpiiv and W m. H. Murphy.
W's NW'i, Sec. 17, and Ers
NE'4. Sec. IS. Tp. 2 N., R. 27
E. W. M -
Certificate No. 1393, E. P. Dodd
and E. P. Dodd. Lot 22, Block
8, Town of Boardman
Certificate No. 1395. Estate of
George Perry, deceased, ana
Lawrence A. Perry, SU SWU.
Sec. 31, Tp. 4 S., R, 24 E. W.
Certificate No. 1404, Corda B.
Saling and Corda B. Saling.
SEU NEU NEU SEU. Sr
SEU Sec. 28, Tp. 5 S., R. 26
E. W. M
Certiticate No. 1405. Walter B.
Shaw and Walter B. btiaw,
SVj NEU. Sec. 22, Tp. 2 N.,
R. 23 E. W. M
CertiHcate No. 1406. George Ske
wis and George bkewis, b'
NE'i, NW SEU, and SEU
NW'4. Sec. 14. Tp. 4 S.. R. 29
E. W. M
Certificate No. 1407. Edward J.
Skewis and Edward J. Ske
wis. WU NW'i and NW'i
SWU. Sec. 4, and N4 NE'i,
Sec. 5, Tp. 6 S., R. 28, E. W.
Certificate No. 1408. Hettie
Smith and Hettie Smith. Lot
5. Block 3, Ferguson s Second
Addition to Dairyville
Certiticate No. 1414. J. K.
Weatherford and J. K. Weath
erford, NE'i SE'i, NE'i
NEi. S's NE'i, and fraction
al S'aSE'i, Sec. 4, Tp. 1 S
R. 24. E. W. M., and Blocks
20. 21, 23, 24. 25, 26. 27. and 28,
Wills' Addition to lone
Certificate No. 1416. Annis Wes
ton and Annis Weston. NE'i
NW'i, Sec. 3, Tp. 3 N R. 23
E. W. M
Certificate No. 1424. E. O. Neill
and E. O. Neill. and North
western and Pacific Hypoth
eekbank, W'ii SE'i, SE'i
NW'i, and NE'iSW'.i, Sec.
17: W'2 NWVi and SE'i
NW'i, Sec. 18; SEU NE'i.
Sec. 20; and N'iSW'i, SW'i
NW'i. Sec. 21. Tp. 5. S., R.
29 E. W: M.; and NEUNWU.
Sec. 26, Tp. 6 S., R. 29, E. W.
Certificate No. 1434. E. L. Bar
nett and E. L. Barnett, SW'i
Sec. 26, Tp. 2 N R. 23 E. W.
Certificate No. 1456, J. E. Cro
nan, Trustee, and T. J. Ma
honey and Burt W. Richards,
NE'i, Sec. 30; E'i, Sec. 32;
SE'i. Sec. 34, Tp. 2 N.. R. 24
E. W. M
Certificate No. 1505. Howard M.
Spencer and Howard M. Spen
cer, NW'i, Sec. 31. Tp. 2 N.,
R. 26 E. W. M
Certificate No. 1543, Chas. E.
Hanson and Chas. E. Hanson.
SW'i, Sec. 16. Tp. 4 N.. R. 27
K W. M
Certificate No. 1544, W. R. Wal
pole and Rebecca I. Knight,
Lot 6, Block 4 West, in Sec.
25. Tp. 5 N., R. 26. E. W. M.
Certificate No. 1545. Helen H.
Conklin and Helen H. Conk
lin. Lot 2. Block 15 West, in
Sec. 26, Tp. 5 N., R. 26 E. W.
Certificate No. 154S, Frank
Klossner and Frank Klossner,
Lot 10, Block 23 East, in Sec.
20, To. 5 N., R. 27 E. W. M.
Certificate No. 1556. Pacific
States Investment Company
and Pacific States Investment
Company. N'j S'-, Sec. 12, Tp.
4 S.. R. 29 E. W. M
Certificate No. 1561, H. K.
Haak and C. .E. Haak, and
Laura Shearer, S'-, SE'4, Sec.
24; NE'i. N'i SE'i, Sec. 25,
Tp, 6 S., R. 25 E. W. M
Certificate No. 1574, Chas. Mc
Alister. and E. K. Mulkey,
Bessie G. Mulkey, A. M. Kelly,
and Alvin J. Kelly, SE'i
NE'i, SWU NE'i, W'.ii NW'i
NE'i, and W1, E'u NW'i
NE'-o. Sec. 16, Tp. 4 N., R. 25
E. W. M
Certificate No. 1575. R. S. How
ard. Jr., Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company, SW'i NE'h,
Sec. 17, Tp. 4 N., R. 25 E. W.
Certificate No. 1576. R. S. How
ard, Jr., Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company, W( SE'i,
Sec. 17. Tp. 4 N., R. 25 E. W.
Certificate No. 1579, R. S. How
ard Jr. Receiver, and Strong
it McNaughton Trust Com
pany, SWU SW'i, Sec. 25, Tp.
5 N., R. 26 E. W. M
Certificate No. 1581, James M.
Hayes and Robert A. Thomp
son, N'j NE'i, Sec. 36, Tp. 3
S., R. 26 E. W. M
Certificate No. 1611, R: S. How
ard, Jr., Receiver, and Strong
6 McNaughton Trust Com
pany and Adolf Skoubo, Sec.
1. Sec. 13, Tp. 3 N., R. 24 E.
W. M. ; Section 1, Section 6,
and Section 9, Tp. 3 N.. R. 25
E. W. M.; Section 5 and Sec
tion 9. Tp. 3 N R. 26 E. W.
M. : Section 1 and Lot 2. Sec
9. Tp. 4 N.. R. 25 E. W. M 4,445.83
Certificate No. 1614. R. S. How
ard. Jr. Receiver, and Strong
& McNaughton Trust Com
pany, See. 25. Sec. 29, and Sec
lion 33. Tp. 4 N.. R. 25 E. W.
M. ; Section 1 (except NW'i
of Lot 3. NE'i of Lot 4. and
Wi of Lot 4), Section 5. Sec
tion 9. Section 13. Section 17.
and Section 21. Tp. 4 N.. R.
26 K. W. M 4.785.66
Certificate No. 1615. R. S. How
ard. Jr., Receiver, and Strong
& McNaughton Trust Com
pany. Sec. 25. Sec. 29, and
Section 33, Tp. 4 N., R. 26 E.
W. M. ; and Section 5. Section
9. Section 17, less Right of
Way of O.-W. R. & N. Com
pany, Section 21. Section 29,
Section 33, Tp. 4 N., R. 27, E.
W. M 4,454.64
Certificate No. 1616, R. S. How
aid. Jr., Receiver, and Strong
& McNaughton Trust Com
pany, Sec. 25. and Sec. 35. Tp.
5 N R. 25 E. W. M.: Lots 1.
2. 3, 4, and 5, and SE', E'j
SW'i, Sec. 19, Lot 1, EM-SEH,
SW'i SE'i South of Railroad.
Section 21, all of Section 29
South of Railroad right of
way, N'4 NVs, Sec. 31 except
railroad right of way. Tp. 5
N.. R. 26 & W. M. 312.46
Certiticate No. 1617, R. S. How
ard, Jr., Receiver, and Strong
6 McNaughton Trust Com
pany, Sec. 33, SW'i, Sec. 35.
N'4. Eto SEVi, South of Canal.
NW'. SW'i, NW'i SE!i
North of Canal, NNWi,
SEVi, SWU SE'i South of
Canal, Sec. 36, all in Tp. 6 N.,
R. 26 E. W. M.; all of Section
29, all of Section 33, Tp. 6 N
R. 27 E. W. M. ; and SH. Sec
tion 25. Td. 4 N.. R. 24 E. W
ueruncaie wo. Urtd, John M.
Main and Frank Gilliam, SE'i
SW'i and SW'i SE'4 North
of Canal, Sec. 3. Td. 4 N.. R.
26 E. W. M 67.32
ceriincate wo. 164b, ti, J. Hib
bord and H. J. Hibbord,
Blocks 37 and 37'A West in
Sec. 23, Tp. 6 N.. R. 26 E. W.
Certificate No. 1658. Sanford
Green and Sanford Green,
Tliat portion of Vol 10, Block
12, lying North and East of
Willow Creek, Town of Lex
Certificate No. 1660. R. S. How
ard. Jr., Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company. Blocks 7 to
10. inclusive; Lots 1 to 5. in
clusive, and Lots 12 to 22, in
clusive. Block 13; Block 14;
Lota 1 to 7. Inclusive, Lot 9.
Lots 15 to 22, inclusive. Block
15; Lots 1 to 8, inclusive,
Block 16, in Irrigon
Certificate No. 166H R. S. How
ard. Jr., Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company, Lots 25 to
33, inclusive. Block 16: Lots 1
to 17, inclusive. Lots 23 to 40,
inclusive, Block 17: Lots 4 to
6. inclusive. Lots 17 to 33, In
clusive. Block 18; Lots 1 to 11,
inclusive. Lots 13 to 33, in
clusive. Block 19; Lots I to
15, inclusive. Lots 17 to 22, in
clusive. Block 20; Blocks 21
and 22; Lota 1 to 10, Inclusive,
Lots 15 to 29 .inclusive. Block
25; Lot 4, Lots 9 and 10, Lots
15 to 18, inclusive. Lots 22 to
24, inclusive, Block 26 ; Lots. 1
to 5. inclusive, Block 27; Lots
9 and 10, Block 28. In Irrigon
Certificate No. 1662, R. S. How
ard. Jr., Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company, Lots 14, 15.
and 22, Block 28: Lots 1 to 4,
inclusive. Lots 25 and 26. Block
29, Lots 15 to 18. inclusive,
Block 30; Lots 13 to 24. inclu
sive, Block 32; Blocks 33 and
34; Lots 1 to 17. Inclusive,
Lots 24 to 30, inclusive. Block
36; Lots 9 and 10, Lots 21 to
30, inclusive. Block 36; Lots
1 to 10, Inclusive, Block 37;
Lots 8 and 10, Lots 14 to 17,
inclusive, Block 38; and Lot
11, Block 39. in Irrigon
Certificate No. 1663, R. S. How
ard, Jr.. Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company, Lots 15 and
16. Block 39; Lots 19 and 21,
Block 40: Lot 13, Block 41;
Lots 11. 12, and 13. Block 50:
Block 51; Block 62: Lots 13
to 23, Inclusive. Lots 30 to
32. inclusive, Block 27; Lots
22 to 24, inclusive. Block 37,
in Irrigon 28.92
Certificate No. 1664, R. S. How
ard Jr., Receiver, and Ladd
Estate Company. Lots 7, 8, 9.
and 10, BloA 27, In Irrigon .... 2.70
Certificate No. 1666. G. A.
Bleakman and G. A. Bleak
inun. Lot 4, Block F. and Lot
5. Block H. of Il irdman 277.98
Certificate No. 1672, Mary L.
While and Mary L. White.
Lots 7 and 8, Block 3; Lots 1,
14, 15. and 16, Block 6, of Cas
tle Rock - 2 67
Certificate No. 1676. Elmer P.
Dodd. and Ralph S. Davis. S.
L. Bec k. M. B. Willard, Elmer
P. Dodd. W. H. Stewart, and
W. A. Murchie. Lots 6 and 7.
Block 2; Lots 10 and 11, Block
4: Lots 8. 9. and 20, Block 7;
Lots 7 and 24, Block 8; Block
10: Block 11. of the Townsite
of Boardinan. Also, all that
Eortion of the Townsite of
oardman North of Riverside
Certificate No. 1685. G. M.
Schempp. and Josephine
Schempp and Martin Reid, Lot
1. Block 19, Mount Vernon Ad
dition to the City of Heppner
CertiHcate No. 1690, Fred Ely
and Fred Ely, Beginning 42(
feet South of the Southeast
corner of Lot 5, Block 1, ac
cording to the original sur
vey and plat of the town of
Douglas, Morrow County, Or
egon, thence West 300 feet,
thence South 260 feet, thence
East 300 feet, thence North
250 feet to the place of begin
ning, in the Town of Douglas
(now Morgan) 50.19
Certificate No. 1692. C. E. Mus
grave and Sarah D. Musgrave,
NE'i, Sec. 19, Tp. 1 N R 26
E. W. M - 8.06
That said amounts bear interest at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum
from the 12th day of August. 1925, the
date of Issuance of said certificate.
And you and each of you are hereby
summoned to nppenr within sixty days
after the date of the first publication of
this summons, exclusive of the day of
first publication thereof, to-wit: March
7. 1929. and defend the suit In the
Court aforesaid, or pay the amount due
as shown above against said tracts or
parcels of land, respectively, above de
scribed, of which you are the owner,
or in which you have or claim to have,
any interest or estate, together with
interest and costs accruea in nils suit
Service of a codv of your answer or
other process may be made on the un-
dersigneu attorney lor planum, at tne
place specified below as his address,
and ill case of your failure so to do. .
judgment and decree will be entered "
against you and each of you foreclos
ing said tax liens for the amount set
opposite and following the description
of said parcel of land above set forth,
together with interest and costs there
on, ugalnst said tracts or parcels of
land, and said tracts or parcels of land
will be sold to satisfy said Judgment
and decree obtained in this suit.
You are further hereby notified that
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
aforesaid- for judgment and decree
foreclosing said tax Hens against said
property hereinbefore described.
This summons is published once each
week for six consecutive weeks In the
Heppner Gazette Times, a newspaper of
general circulation in Morrow County.
Oregon, published weekly at Heppner
in said County, the date of first publi
cation thereof being March 7, 1929. and
said publication being made in pursu
ance of the statutes of the State of Or
egon, said newspaper having been des
ignated by the County Court of tiie
State of Oregon for Morrow County as
tiie newspaper in which said summons
should he published, by order duly en
tered in said Court on the 6th day of
MORROW COUNTY, STATE OF
By C. J, D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Mor
row County, Oregon, and
SAMUEL E. NOTSON, District At
torney for Morrow County, Ore
gon, and Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address Is Heppner, Ore
gon. Date of first publication, March 7, 1929.
Date of last publication, April 18, 1929.
Getting there ahead of the trouble
Durino the afternoon of March 17, 1928, an alarm
bell rang in a telephone test station. This meant that
a puncture had been made in the air-tight sheath of
a busy inter-city cable. The men on duty knew that
the injury was somewhere within 60 miles.
Highly developed locating devices were instantly
applied and in sixty-five minutes the trouble spot was
located. By 7:15 in the evening, before the break
in the sheath had afFectcd service on any of the 248
pairs of wires in the cable, the repairs had been
made without one conversation being interrupted.
This special alarm system is one of the many mechan
ical and electrical wonders developed by Bell System
engineers to guard telephone conversations.
Automatic warning signals, electrical locating de
vices, constant testing of all switchboard apparatus
and circuits these arc some of the ceaseless efforts
that so effectively reduced interruptions to service
on Bell lines in 1928. There is no standing still in
the Bell System.
"The Telephone Books are the Directory
of the Nation"
The Pacific Telephone And Telegraph Company
0 BELL SYSTEM
One Policy - One System - Universal Service
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The Spirit of Progress
"For I doubt not through the ages an increasing purpose runs,
And the thoughts of men are widened by a process of the suns."
The poet has given expression to the
Spirit of Progress that moves men ever
forward to greater and greater heights
Today miracles have become com
monplaces the radio carries the hu
man voice from nation to nation, the
airplane spans continents with incred
ible swiftness. The future will see yet
greater miracles greater conquests of
time and apace and greater industrial'
One of the most effective ways of aid
ing Progress is for all the residents of
a town to join hands, cooperating in the
great work of fostering community
Help the corner in which you live to
grow, and you contribute to the growth
of the entire world... Let us then hasten
Progress by devoting ourselves to the
best of our ability to the enhancement
of the growth and prosperity of this
Get the Community Spirit
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