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    HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1929.
PAGE FIVE
LooH Hupp
J. W. Becket Is up from his Port
land home, looking after the har
vesting of his grain on the Eight
Mile farm. From reports the crop
Is turning out well this season. Mr.
and Mrs. Becket Just recently re
turned from a visit to their former
home in Kansas, visiting also In
Oklahoma and Missouri. In the
latter state Mr. Becket found very
poor automobile roads and lots of
mud, so he parked his car while he
made a Journey on Into Illinois and
visited the scenes of his early man
hood. He reports that the Journey
was a very pleasant one, but re
grets that Missouri is not up to her
sister states in getting "out of the
mud," even though she Is a won
derful state otherwise.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Devine of Lex
ington visited in Heppner on Sat
urday. Joe reports his wheat har
vest all over, the most of the grain
in the warehouse, all of it sold, and
now he is working hard to spend
the money something less than a
million dollars by the time another
harvest rolls around. We suggested
to Joe that if he found he was not
going to make It, he might call on
the editor of this paper for help, as
we know how to get rid of all that
it is possible to get hold of. He got
an average of 18 bushels per acre of
good wheat
Harvey Bauman has finished with
his wheat harvest and reports a
general average yield of 19 bush
els per acre. His yield was cut
short on account of the necessity
of reseeding quite a large acreage
in the spring. His fortyfold yielded
quite well, however, going 25 bush
els. He did not contract all his
wheat, but what he sold brought
$1.10.
Adam Knoblock, government
hunter, was in town Saturday. He
has been working Just recently on
Kelley prairie, where the coyotes
were causing B. B. Kellcy quiet a
loss In sheep. Adam captured 7 of
the brutes, one being an old lady
that had foiled the hunters for
years and during this time had
worked havoc on the Keley sheep.
Dlllard French and son Jack
brought in a fine bunch of beef cat
tle from their Long Creek range on
Saturday for shipment to the Port
land market from the local yards.
From the appearance of these ani
mals, range conditions must have
been good over that way up to the
present.
Jasper Crawford of the Gazette
Times force departed on Friday
morning for Eugene to take In the
closing day of the Sunset Trail
pageant He expected to be absent
for at least a week on summer va
cation, and thought he might travel
as far south as Crescent City, Cali
fornia. Mr. Chas. Notson of Heppner will
preach in the Methodist church
at 11:30 Sunday morning. Mr. Not
son is a young man studying for
the ministry and will deliver an In
spiring and helpful sermon. Grant
County Journal, Prairie City.
A. A. McCabe, one of the exten
sive wheat raisers of the Rhea
creek section south of lone, is in
the midst of harvest and gathering
a good yield. It is reported that
his grain is making 27 bushels per
acre.
Frank S. Parker Is busy getting
over his wheatflelds with the com
bine, and Is getting a fair yield.
During the past week he contract
ed his crop at $1.25.
Emanuel Nordyke, pioneer resi
dent of Lexington and owner of the
Venturi garage there, was a visitor
at Heppner on Friday.
Born Friday, July 26, at Morrow
General hospital in this city, to Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Jepson of Rhea
creek, a 9-pound son.
Miss Ethel Moore has returned
from Monmouth, where she has
been attending summer school.
WANTS
For built-in cabinets, cupboards,
screens, houses, barns, crapenter
and cement work, see N. D. Bailey,
Heppner. 17-20.
For Sate Refrigerator In good
condition. Phone Mrs. Gay M. An
derson, lltf.
Universal Electric Washing Ma
chine In A-l condition for sale
cheap. Mrs. D. T. Goodman, city.
Orders for flowers direct from the
growers at figures less than you can
buy direct Case Furniture Com
pany, growers agent 5tf.
For Sale Baby buggy and crib.
Mrs. Geo. Aiken, city. 19tf.
DRINK MORE MILK
Wise old Mother Nature made milk
for children. Into It she put every
thing needed for sustenance, and In
the most easily assimilated form.
So, Drink More Milk. Let the
children have plenty. It Is the
cheapest food you can buy.
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W1GHTMAN BROS.. Prop
Phone 80FS
Dairy
IN TH3 DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
The United States of America, on the
relation of Feenaughty Machinery
Co., a corporation, Plaintiff,
vs.
M. D. Ciurk, Intervenor,
vs.
Globe Indemnity Company, a corpora
tion, Defendant
NOTICE
No. L-10688
To the creditors of Orville Poe and
E. W. Poe, partners doing business as
Poe Brothers:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that M. D. Clark, as intervenor in
the ubove entitled action, has filed an
intervening complaint in the District
Court of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Oregon, pursuant to the provis
ions of Section 270, Title XL, U7 S. C.
A., to recover judgment against the
above named defendant. Globe Indem
nity Company, a corporation, for a sum
of money alleged to be due and owing
the said M. D. Clark and for labor and
materials furnished to the said Orville
Poe and E. W. Poe, partners doing bus
iness as Poe Brothers, by the assignee
of the said M. D. Clark, which materials
were ordered furniehed and used In the
performance by the said Orville Poe
and E. W. Poe, sub-contractors of Al
bert L. Smith, in that certain contract
made and entered into between Albert
L. Smith as principal contractor and
the United States of America, which
said contract was dated July 10, 1926,
and which said contract was designat
ed as the Chapin Creek Sector of the
Heppner-Spray National Forest Road
Project which said road was and is
locatetd In tne Umatilla National tor
eat in the Counties of Wheeler and
Morrow in the State of Oregon, and
further designated as Forest Road
Project No. 32A, the defendunt Globe
indemnity company, a corporation. Do
ing the surety on said contract as re
quired Dy tne aiorementionea Act or
Congress.
And you are further notified of your
right to Intervene and be made an ad
ditional party plaintiff In this action so
as to have the rights and claims of any
and all existing creditors under said
contract and under said bond adjudi
cated in one and the same action.
M. D. Clark, Intervenor.
Feenaughty Machinery Co.,
a corporation, Plaintiff.
C. L. Sweek, Heppner, Oregon.
Raley. Raley & Warner, John F.
Kilkenny, Pendleton, Oregon,
20-23 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
The United States of America, on the
relation of Feenaughty Machinery
Co., a corporation. Plaintiff,
vs.
M. D. Clark, Intervenor,
vs.
Globe Indemnity Company, a corpora
tion, Defendant.
NOTICE
No. L-10688
To the creditors of L. B. Construction
Company, a corporation:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied thut M. D. Clark, as intervenor In
the above entitled action, has filed an
intervening complaint in the District
Court of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Oregon, pursuant to the provis
ions of Section 270. Title XL, U. S. C.
A., to recover judgment against the
above named defendant. Globe Indem
nity Company, a corporation, for a sum
of money alleged to be due and owing
the said M. D. Clark and for labor and
materials furnished to the said L. B.
Construction Company, by the assignee
of the said M. D. Clark, which materials
were ordered furnished and used in the
performance by the said L. B. Con
struction Company, sub-contractors of
Albert L. Smith, in that certain con
tract made and entered into between
Albert L. Smith as principal contractor
and the United States of America which
said contract was dated July 10, 1926,
and which said contract was designated
as the Chapin Creek Sector of the
Heppner-Spray National Forest Road
Project, which said road was and Is lo
cated In the Umatilla National Forest
In the Counties of Wheeler and Morrow
In the Stats of Oregon, and further des
ignated as Forest Road Project No.
32A. the defendant Globe Indemnity
Company, a corporation, being the sur
ety on said contract as required by the
aforementioned Art of Congress.
And you are further notified of your
right to Intervene and be made an ad
ditional party plaintiff In this action so
as to have the rights and claims of any
and all existing creditors under said
contract and under said bond adjudi
cated in one and the same action.
M. D. Clark. Intervenor.
Feenaughty Machinery Co.,
a corporation, Plaintiff.
C. L. Sweek, Heppner, Oregon.
Raley, Raley & Warner. John F.
Kilkenny, Pendleton, Oregon,
20-23 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
The United States of America, on the
relation of Feenaughty Machinery
Co., a corporation. Plaintiff,
M. D. Clark,
Intervenor,
vs.
Globe Indemnity Company, a corpora
tion, Defendant
NOTICE
No. L-10688
To the creditors of J. G Shntwell:
GILLIAM
11
SAY
Safety
IS ALWAYS THE
BEST POLICY
Why take a chance,
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We Have It,
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Yours for service and fair
treatment.
You and each of you art hereby noti
fied that M. D. Clark, as intervenor In
the above entitled action, has filed an
intervening complaint in the District
Court of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Oregon, pursuant to the provls
lons of Section 27U, Title XL, if. 8. C.
A., to recover judgment against the
above named defendant. Globe Indem
nity Company, a corporation, for a sum
of money alleged to be due and owing
the said M. D. Clark and for labor and
materials furnished to the said J. G.
Shotwell, by the assignee of the said
M. D. Clark, which materials were or
dered furnished and used in the per
formance by the said J. G. Shotwell,
sub-contractors of Albert L. Smith, In
that certain contract made and entered
into between Albert L. Smith as princi
pal contractor and the United States of
America, which said contract was dated
July 10, 1926, and which said contract
was designated as the Chapin Creek
Sector of tiie Heppner-Spray National
Forest Road Project, which said road
was and is located in the Umatilla Na
tional Forest in the Counties of Wheel
er and Morrow in the State of Oregon,
and further designated as Forest Road
Project No. 32A, the defendant Globe
Indemnity Company, a corporation, be
ing the surety on said contract as re
quired by the aforementioned Act of
Congress.
And you are further notified of your
right to intervene and be made an ad
ditional party plaintiff In this action so
as to have the rights and claims of any
and all existing creditors under said
contract and under said bond adjudi
cated in one and the same action.
M. D. Clark, Intervenor.
Feenaughty Machinery Co.,
a comoration. Plaintiff
C. L. Sweek, Heppner, Oregon.
Raley, Raley Warner, John F.
Kilkenny, Pendleton, Oregon,
20-23 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
The United States of America, on the
relation ot eenaugnty Machinery
Co., a corporation. Plaintiff,
vs.
M. D. Clark, Intervenor,
vs.
Globe Indemnity Company, a corpora
tion, Defendant.
NOTICE
No. L-10688
To the creditors of Albert L. Smith:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that M. D. Clark, as Intervenor in
the above entitled action, has filed an
Intervening complaint In the District
Court of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Oregon, pursuant to the provis
ions of Section 270. Title XL, IX S. C.
A., to recover judgment against the
above named defendant. Globe Indem
nity Company, a corporation, for a sum
of money alleged to be due and owing
the said M. D. Clark and for labor and
materials furnished to the said Albert
L. Smith, bv the assignee of the Bald
M. D. Clark, which materials were or
dered furnished and used In the per
formance by the said Albert L. Smith
in that certain contract made and en
tered into between Albert L,. Smith as
riiicipal contractor and the United
tates of America, which said contract
was dated July 10, 1926, and which said
contract was deslgnaetd as the Chapin
Creek Sector of the Heppner-Spray Na
tional Forest Road Project, which said
road was and is located in the Umatilla
National Forest In the Counties of
Wheeler and Morrow in the State of
Oregon, and further designated as For
est Road Proiect No. 82A. the defend
ant Globe Indemnity Company, a cor
poration, being the surety on said con
tract as required Dy me aiorementionea
Act of Congress.
And you are further notified of your
right to intervene and be made an ad
ditional party plaintiff in this action so
as to have the rights and claims of any
ana ait existing creditors under said
contract and under said Dond adjudi
cated in one and the same action.
M. D. Clark. Intervenor.
Feenaughty Machinery Co.,
a corporation. Plaintiff.
C. L. Sweek, Heppner, Oregon.
Raley, Raley & Warner. John F.
Kilkenny, Pendleton, Oregon,
20-23 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
One bay gelding, branded 71 over
quarter circle on left shoulder.
HARVEY HARSHMAN,
19-21 Eight Mile. Oregon.
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, August 10, 1929, at
tne nour oi iu:3U a. m. oi said day, at
nis piace 22 miles soutnwest 01 Hepp
ner, Oregon, offer for sale and sell the
said animal to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, unless the same shall
have been redeemed by the owner or
owners thereof. Said animal Is describ
ed as follows :
Results of Thinking
Benefits from never wasting anything
are clearly emphasized if we, a as scient
ist would, think ahout the matter, consider
our condition and possibilities of "arriv
ing" if we are prudent.
Just notice how people who save reg
ularly do succeed.
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner jjajjf Oregon
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
In the Matter of Ralph Marlatt, Bank
rupt IN BANKBTOTCT.
To the creditors of Ralph Marlatt of
Heppner, Morrow County, and district
aforesaid, bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
17th day of June A. D., 1929, the said
Ralph Marlatt was duly adjudicated a
bankrupt; and that a second meeting of
his creditors will be held at the office
of the undersigned referee in bank
ruptcy of the above entitled court in
Pendleton, Oregon at ten o'clock In the
forenoon of the third day of August A
D., 1929, at which time and place the
said creditors may (and the said bank
rupt MUST) attend, prove their claims,
examine the bankrupt and transact
such other business as may properly
be brought before said meeting.
Done and dated at Pendleton, Oregon,
this the nineteenth day of July, A. D
1929.
C. K. CRANSTON,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE OF SBEBXFF'B SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by vjrtue
of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County, to me directed, and
dated July Twenty-fourth, 1929, in that
certain suit in he Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow County
wherein The First National Bank of
Heppner, Oregon, a corporation, plain
tiff recovered a judgment and decree
of foreclosure against Nell Doherty and
Madge Doherty, his wife, defendants,
which judgment was for the sum of
One thousand Two hundred Eighty-nine
and 60-100 Dollars ($1289.60), with in
terest at the rate of Eight (8) per cent
per annum from May Twenty-eighth,
1923; the further sum of One hundred
Seventy and No-100 Dollars (J170.00)
attorney's fee and Twenty-four and
80-100 Dollars (124.80) costs,
I will, on Saturday the Twenty-fourth
day of August, 1929, at the hour of Ten
o'clock A M., at tne front door of the
county court house in Heppner, Oregon,
offer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash all of the following
described real property belonging to
the defendants and located in Morrow
County, State of Oregon, to-wit:
The Southeast quarter (SE4) of
the Northeast quarter (NEV4) of
Section Nineteen (19); the North
half of the Northeast quarter (Nti
NE); Southwest quarter (8W)
of the Northeast quarter (NE) of
Section Thirty (30), all In Township
Two (2) North, Range Twenty-five
(26), E. W. M
or so much of said real property as
may be necessary to satisfy the plain,
tiff's judgment costs, attorney's fee and
accruing costs of sale.
Date of First Publication July Twenty-fifth,
1929.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County,
8tate of Oregon.
STAR THEATER
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 and 2:
Gary Cooper and Fay Wray in
"THE LEGION OF THE CONDEMNED"
It's here, the daring drama of the air you have been looking for.
The trilling story of a desperate band of war flyers whose only
honorable discharge was a death certificate.
Also CARTOON COMEDY, NOVELTY and NEWS REEL.
Children 26c Adults 60c
Auspices Heppner Post No. 87, American Legion
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3:
Carmelita Geraghty in
"SOUTH OF PANAMA"
Dary-eyed senorltas and handsome cabaleros furnish romance
pepped up by a go-and-get-'em Yankee.
Also GOODNIGHT NURSE, two reel comedy.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, AUGUST 4 AND 5:
Chas. Farrell, Esther Ralston, Johnnie Walker in
"OLD IRONSIDES"
Directed by Jamea Cruze. Based on historical facts of the at
tack by the American frigate "Constitution" on the Tilpolitan fort
in Africa. The naval battle scenes are the most realistic ever
made. One of the pictures that will live forever. J
Also comedy and news reel.
Children 20c Adults 40c
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5-6:
Nancy Carroll and Gary Cooper in
"THE SHOPWORN ANGEL"
Broadway's most sophisticated chorus girl discovers that she has
a heart and loses it to the boy from Texas.
Also Oswald and 11th episode of Tarzan the
Mighty.
COMING NEXT WEEK:
Norma Shearer In THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY, August -9.
Helen Poster In CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE, August 10.
INTERFERENCE, with Doris Kenyon, Cllve Brook, Evelyn Brent
and Wm. Powell, August 11 and 12.
William Boyd In THE FLYING FOOL, August IS and 14.
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