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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1929.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March SO, 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18. 1897:
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1916.
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EMERGENCY CARED FOR.
THE O.-W. R & N. company is to
be congratulated for the dispatch
in handling passengers and mail at
the time of the wreck on the local
branch last- week. Though the
wreck occurred at the half-way
point on the line some 23 miles
from Heppner. passengers were de
livered at their destination here in
less than an hour after scheduled
time, and the mail was but a few
hours delayed. It is to be remem
bered that In case of an accident
of this kind the railroad company
can only make use of the resources
available to them, and the emer
gency was handled commendably
from all reports. The accident was
of a kind not uncommon to rail
roading in hot weather, though it
is the first of the kind on the local
branch in many years. It was un
usual in that It was not more ser
ious. A sun-kinked rail caused a
spread of some 32 Inches in the
track, over which every wheel of
the engine passed with the excep
tion of one, a rear wheel of the
tender. Only one car was derailed,
while the engine wheels sank
through a number of the solid
heavy ties on which the 90 pound
rail was laid at the point The train
was on its morning journey up the
branch and repairs were completed
in time to allow scheduled connec
tions the following night
CREDIT ASSOCIATION A
GOOD THING.
HEPPNER business men are ser
iously cosidering the formation
of a merchants' credit association,
the ball having been started rolling
at the business institute here last
week. It is a wise move and one
that should be welcomed by all con
cerned. Merchants should protect each
other against the extension of cred
it to unsafe risks. When a man
reaches the limit of his ability to
pay one firm with whom he has
been dealing, it is not right that he
should be allowed to start an ac
count with another firm which is
certain to lose. It is not only in
juring the other business, but it is
lowering the tone of business gen
erally within the town, and it is
doing a distinct injustice to the
man to whom such credit is given.
When such a practice is followed,
if the firms are to stay in business
their losseB must be made up in
some way and naturally the man
who Is able to pay has to foot the
bills. The man who is unable to
pay becomes a parasite on the com
munity. Whereas, if he were held
strictly to his credit limitations, he
would of necessity readjust himself
to the condition and be a producing
factor.
We know of no better move that
could be made by the business men
of Heppner for the good of the
whole community.
Eugene produced something of
which the entire state may well be
proud in the "Sunset Trail." It was
the effort of Eugene which produc
ed it, but it was the colorful histor
ical background of our state which
was pictured. Out-of-state visitors
could not help but have been im
pressed with a broader and more
beautiful conception of Oregon.
Words fall us to describe the beauty
and magnitude of the pageant It
was not just a gaudy show, but aes
thetically sublime. What of drab
ness there was presented of pioneer
life, was glorified by the ennobling
influence on the civilization that
followed. It was an immense pro
duction, well written, well directed
and well acted. Eugene was bene-
IhtttJmg irl00l IGwBon
International Sunday School Lesson for
for August 11
DANIEL AMONG THE LIONS
Daniel 6:10, lL 16-23
Rev. Samuel D. Price, D.D.
Stories from Daniel's life have a
fascination for children and con
tinue to give great teaching lessons
also to those of older years. As a
book of romance the Bible reveals
the truth that is stranger than Ac
tion.
Joseph became prime minister In
Egypt because of his innate worth
and the same is true of Daniel In
Babylon. As he had been a marked
man under the Chaldean rule, so he
was preferred by Darius the Mede
who became the conqueror. The
governmental organization consist
ed of 120 satraps with three pres
idents. Daniel was the leading pres
ident The fact that he was a Jew
led to much jealousy by the other
officials and they planned to do
away with him if possible.
Religion offered the one sure
ground of attack, for these evil men
were certain what Daniel would al
ways do In his relationship with
God. With Daniel's dependable
habits in mind It was agreed at the
caucus to appeal to the king's pride
and propose that a decree be pro
mulgated forbidding anyone to
pray during thirty days except as
fitted by the publicity, but no less
than the entire state. More of this
type of entertainment and educa
tion is needed in Oregon. Every
three years is none too often, Eu
gene. Go to it!
Juvenile Heppner may be found
at the swimming tank any of these
hot days along with many folks
not so young. It is a great source
of relief from the heat to plunge
into the cool water, and a large
number of the city's denizens are
taking advantage of it Who knows
how many Ederles are in the mak
ing right here in Heppner.
Jasper Crawford of the G.-T.
force returned Friday afternoon
from a week's vacation trip. Going
first to Eugene he took in the "Sun
set Trail" celebration on Saturday.
From there he went south over the
Pacific highway to Drain, taking
the route along the Umpqua by way
of Scottsburg and Reedsport to Co
quille and Bandon, then south over
the Roosevelt highway to Crescent
City, back over the Redwood high
way to Grants Pass, on to Medford
and Ashland and across to Klamath
Falls, taking in Crater lake on the
way to Bend, and home via Prine
ville, Mitchell, Service creek and
the Heppner-Spray road. The trip
covered a distance of some 1200
miles, and he reports enjoying
greatly the variety of scenery offer
ed on the route.
Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald of
Redlands, Calif., and Mrs. Frank
Evans of Walla Walla, sister of
Mrs. McDonald were visitors in
Heppner and vicinity on Friday
and Saturday. Both Mrs. Evans
and Mrs. McDonald were formerly
residents of this community, being
the Misses Minnie and Clara Brown
of Blackhorse.
Frank Engelman, hardware and
implement dealer of lone, was at
tending to business here on Monday
afternoon.
Beauty Secrets
By HELENA RUBINSTEIN.
He that still may sea your cheeks,
Where all rareness still reposes,
Is a fool if e'er be seeks
Other lilies, other rotes.
Wm. Browne.
In the winter your powder may
be a cosmetic, nothing more. But
in the summer it is the comfort of
warm days, the freshness of humid
ones, the one soothing, cooling
touch all through the season that
nothing else can furnish.
Probably in the first month of
summer more bath talcum is used
than during all the rest of the year
together. It should not be, of course.
Talcum powder is a useful, dainty
feminine accessory all through the
year. But it is especially important
In the summer.
After a warm bath, or after a
cool, refreshing shower, bath pow
der applied generously with the big,
soft puffs which come in the large,
open-mouthed boxes will add im
measurably to your sense of per
sonal comfort and daintiness. And
to your security, as well, for the
most of these bath talcums have
deodorizing properties that effec
tively neutralize the odors of per
spiration. Face powder is another import
ant summertime consideration. A
shiny nose is such an annoying fea
ture it can do more to upset one's
self confidence than any other de
fect of good grooming. And shiny
noses are so common in warm wea
ther. Before I discuss the ways of se
lecting a summertime face powder
I am going to advise you to use a
"shine" corrective during these
warm, sultry months before you ap
ply your makeup. A special lotion
or a liquid astringent skin tonic
which corrects "shine" will pre
serve your makeup longer and also
normalize the function of those
over-active pores.
In choosing your powder be sure
to get one dark enough it should
be at least as dark as your skin
and to be fashionable, one or two
shades darker. A powder with a
cream base, specially created to
"stay put is much to be preferred
in warm weather. Such a powder
in addition to being an attractive
and convenient cosmetic, actually
provides a certain desirable amount
of protection for your skin against
detrimental, weathering effects.
Darius was the object of their ap
proach. The penalty for disobed
ience was to be cast into the den
of lions.
Spies were watching Daniel who
had the known habit of praying to
Jehovah at least three times a day.
He would open the windows in the
direction of Jerusalem, 600 miles
away as the airplane now files, and
kneel devoutly in his approach to
the Throne of Jehovah. The decree
did not change his heart attitude
in any way, and when the next
prayer time came, he just prayed
"as he did aforetime." God was
continuously gracious to him and
he naturally "Gave thanks before
his God." Praysr was an essential
part of his life and not a spasm
when in fear because of soma spe
cial need. Then the plotters forced
the king to order Daniel to the den
of Hons.
Daniel was the coolest In the
crowd. He feared to dishonor God
far more than to face the lions.
Here was but another place for
prayer. He entrusted himself to hill
Father, then said, "Amen," and was
ready for sleep. He may have used
a lion's shaggy skin for a soft pil
low. Meanwhile the angel watched
through the night between these
creatures of the Most High. Read
chapter 8 In full for all the familiar
details.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP 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. 1.-10688
To the creditors of L. B. Construction
Company, a corporation:
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. 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 DrinciDal 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 State 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 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 corporation, Plaintiff.
C. L. Sweek, Heppner. Oregon.
Ralev. 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 J. G. Shotwell :
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 Oreeon. nursuant to the Drovis-
ions of Section 270, Title XL, U. S. C.
A., to recover ludgment 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. Ciark, 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 the 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
troject rvo. sza. tne aeienaani uiooe
Indemnity Company, a corporation, be
ing the surety on said contract as re
quired, oy tne aioremenuonea Act oi
Congress.
And vou 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.
Kaiey. Kaiey a Warner, jonn r.
Kilkenny, renaieton. uregon.
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 Albert L. Smith
You and each of you are hereby not!
fled 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 ot section zii). 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 Baid M. D. Clark and tor labor and
materials furnished to the said Albert
L. Smith, by the assignee of the said
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
principal contractor and the United
Biaieu oi America, wmen saia contract
was dated July 10, 1926, and which said
contract was deslgnaetd as the Chapin
creek aector or tne Heppner-Spray Na
tlonal 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
uregon, ano iuriner designated as For
est Road Project No. 32A, the defend
ant Globe Indemnity Company, a oor-
f oration, being the surety on said con
ract as required 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 nave tne rignts 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. gweek, Heppner, Oregon.
Raley, Raley & Warner, John F.
Kilkenny, Pendleton. Oregon.
20-23 Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALS.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the Slate 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 (12.60), with in
terest at the rate of Eight (8) per cent
per annum from May Twenty-eighth
1923; the further Bum of One hundred
Seventy and No-100 Dollars ($170.00)
attorney's fee and Twenty-four and
60-100 Dollars ($24.80) costs,
I Win, on Saturday the Twenty-fourth
day of August, 1BX). at the hour of Ten
v v.un n. a, wid mini uuuf oi me
county court house In Heppner, Oregon,
ujier iur auie aim sell 10 me mghest
bidder for cash all of the following
described real property belonging to
the defendants and located In M,,rr,
County, State of Oregon, to-wt:
no Bouineasi quarter (SEtt) of
the Northeast quarter (NE'i) of
Section Nineteen (19; the North
half of the Northeast quarter (NV6
NEVi); Southwest quarter (SW'i)
of the Northeast quarter (NE'4) of
Section Thirty (30), all In Township
TS? la,4JC;h' Raie Twenty-five
(25). 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.
D:ite of First Publication July Twenty-fifth.
1929.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County,
State of Oregon.
NOTICE OP 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
the hour of 10:30 a. m. of said dav. at
his place 22 miles southwest of 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:
One bay gelding, branded 71 over
quarter circle on left shoulder.
HARVEY HARSHMAN.
19-21 Eight Mile. Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
ROW COUNTY.
Mat Halvorsen, Plaintiff,
vs.
H. J. Reed, Defendant.
SUMMONS.
To H. J. Reed. Defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATU! DIP
OREGON: You are hereby notified to
appear in the above entitled court with
in four (4j weeks from the date of first
publication of this summon anrt an
swer the complaint Hied against you In
mo auuve eiiuuea sou or otnerwise
plead thereto, and if you fall to so ap
pear and answer the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief Draved for in
his complaint which is as follows, to
wit: For a decree ne-ulnst vou and in fa
vor of the plaintiff foreclosing against
you that certain contract entered Into
between the plaintiff and yourself on or
about the Fifth day of September. 11125,
which contract provided for sale, by
the plaintiff to you. for the purchase
price of Twenty-eit;ht thousand, Five
Hundred and No-Ion Dollars (SSSRnnnm
all of the following described real and
personal property located In Morrow
county, state of Oregon, to-wlt:
me west half (W) of Section
Fifteen (15); all of Section Sixteen
(16). except NW diagonal H of
Northwest quarter (NWVi) of
Northwest quarter (NW'4); the
West half (Wfe) of the West half
(W) of the East half (E'-i) of
Section Twenty-two (22) ; the North
west quarter (NW1) of Section
Twenty-seven (27); the North half
(NVs) of Section Twenty-eight (28),
all in Township One (1) South,
Range Twenty-four (24), E. W. M.;
One 3 inch Winona Wagon and
water tank;
One 3 inch Bain wagon and rack;
Two old wagons:
One header box and one rack;
One three bottom gang plow, 18
inch;
One three bottom gang plow, 14
inch;
One six section Iron harrow;
One eleven foot Campbell disk;
One Disk drill;
One Rotary Weeder;
One Wilt blade Weeder;
One six horse power Fairbanks
Morse Engine;
One set of blacksmith tools;
One cook stove:
One heating stove:
One 14 foot header:
One-half Interest in Holt Combine
Harvester :
Ten sets of harnesr;
One milk cow;
One gray mare named Daisey;
One gray horse named Prince;
One roan horse named Blutch:
One brown mare named Puss;
One gray mare named Kate;
One sorrel mare named Lou;
One black mare named Coly;
One bay horse named Bennie;
One bay more named Jessie;
One black horse named King;
One bay mare named Lucy;
One bay mare named Queen:
One black mare named Nettie: all
branded thus: MH connected;
One bay horse named Hock, brand
ed O. W. un left stifle-:
One black n:are named Mable. un
branded ;
Two three yoir old colts;
One black mule and one gray mule,
branded thus: ;
Two bay mules, unbranded.
and decreeing that the plaintiff is the
owner of said real and personal prop
erty free and clear of all Interest or
claims of yourself and all persons clairn
lig by. through or under you. and for
such other and further relief as to the
Court may seem equitable.
This summons Is published by virtue
of an order of the Honorable R. L.
Benge. Judge of the County Court of
the state of Oregon for Morrow county,
made and entered on the 9th day of
July, 1929, wliich order provided that
this summons be published once each
week for Fur (4) weeks in the Hepp-
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ner Gazette Times, a newspaper of gen
eral circulation published in Heppner,
Morrow county, state of Oregon.
The date of first publication of this
summons is July Eleventh, 1929.
C. L. SWEEK,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Address : Heppner. Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
of Cliurles M. Davis, 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 fixed Tuesday, the 3rd dny of Sep
tember. 1929. nt the hour of 2:00 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day as the
time, and the County Court room In the
Court House at Heppner, Oregon, as
the place for hearing and settlement of
said account, and objections to said
final account must be filed on or before
said date.
RICHARD McELLIGOTT,
Administrator of the estate of
Charles M. Davis, deceased.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR
ROW COUNTY.
Eliza Walbridge, Plaintiff,
vs.
Jane Doe Noyer, wife of John Noyer;
T. W. Halley and Jane Doe Halley,
his wife; George W. Ayers and Etta
Avers, his wife; Mary E. Kirk, a
. widow; William A. Ayers and Dora
Ayers, his wife; Thomas W. Ayers
and Laura Ayers, his wife: Ida M.
Fell and George D. Fell, husband and
wife; Elsie I. Lasater and James Las
ater. her husband; Edgar B. Ayers
and Danna Ayers, his wife; Josephine
Forwood, a widow; Pauline Quaid, a
widow; Ralph Swinburne and Mable
Swinburne, his wife: Raymond Thorn
ton and Jane Doe Thornton, his wife;
Frances Rood, a widow; also all other
parties or persons unknown who
claim any title, estate, lien or Interest
in the real property described In
plaintiffs complain herein.
Defendants.
SUMMONS.
To Jane Doe Noyer, wife of John Noy
er: T. W. Halley and Jane Doe Hal
ley. his wife: George W. Ayers and
Etta Ayers. his wife; Edgar B. Ay
ers and Danna Ayers. his wife; Ray
mond Thornton and Jane Doe Thorn
ton, his wife; also all other parties
or persons unknown who claim any
title, estate, lien or interest in the
real property described in plaintiff's
complaint. Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby notified to appear and answer
plaintiff's complaint filed in the above
entitled suit within Four (4) weeks
from the date of first publication of
this summons, and for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
tlie relief prayed for in her complaint,
which is as follows, to-wit:
For a decree of the above entitled
Court that the plaintiff is the owner in
fee simple of
Lots One (1) and Two (2) in
Block Five (5) In the City of Hepp
ner, Morrow County, State of Ore
gon. and that her title to said real property
be forever quieted against the claims
of the above named defendants, and
that said defendants be restrained and
enjoined from asserting any claim or
right to any interest in said real prop
erty or any part thereof, and for such
other and further relief as to the Court
may seem equitable.
This Summons is published by virtue
of an Order of the Honorable R. L.
fienge, County Judge for Morrow
County. State of Oregon, made and en
tered on the Tenth day of July, 1929,
which order provides that this summons
be published in the Heppner Gazette
Times, a newspaper of general circula
tion published in Heppner. Morrow
County, State of Oregon, once each
week for Four (4) weeks.
Date of first publication, July Elev
enth, 1929.
C. L. SWEEK,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: Heppner, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CBEDFTOBS.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned was duly appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow Countv, administrator of
the estate of Pardon Williamson, de
ceased, and all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased are
hereby required to present the same
properly verified, to the undersigned at
his office at Heppner. Oregon, within
six months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 11th
day of July, 1929.
JOS J. NYS, Administrator.
NOTICE OF BONO SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned will receive sealed bids un
til 10:00 o'clock A. M the 7th day of
August. 1929. and Immediately thereaf
ter the bids received will be publicly
opened by the County Court, at the
Courthouse in Heppner, Oregon, for the
purchase of an Issue of bonds of Mor
row County for the construction of
permanent roads therein in the sum of
Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60 000), said
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bonds to be in denominations of One
mousana Dollars ($1,000) each, num
bered 1 to BO Inclusive to hear date ol
August 1. 1929, and to mature serially
In numerical order at the rate of Three
Thousand Dollars ($3,000) on the first
day- oi tugust of each of the years
1935 to 1954 Inclusive, said bonds to
Dear interest at the rate of not to ex-
rpff1 Avj. no a. IT.VJ nan ,......
veil voj ii annum,
payable semiannually on the first days
of February and August, principal and
interest payable in United States gold
ui uie omce oi me county t reas
urer in Ilennner Oi-PErnn nr nt rliA ITIn.
cal Agency of the State of Oregon in
New York City.
All bids must be unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check for
$2,000.00.
The Court reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
The approving legal opinion of
Messrs. Teal, Wlnfree. McCulloch &
onuier win De furnished the success-
iui Diauer.
GAY M. ANDERSON,
County Clerk, Heppner, Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
y-ujTY.
State of Oregon, a public corporation,
nullum,
J ohn B. Calmus and Martha Calmus, his
wne; in. A. Clark; Imogene Isom; J.
M. He teal ( and Waterhouse & Lester
uj-, a corporation. Delendants.
SUMMONS.
To J. M. Metcalf and Waterhouse Les
ter co., a corporation, Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby notified to appear and answer
the plaintiff's complaint filed In the
aoove em Hieci suit witnin Four (4)
weeks from the date of first nubl leaf Inn
of this summons, and for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
mo reuei prayea tor in us complaint,
wiin 1EJ as lOUOWS, lO-Wll :
For a iudirtnent nealnst thA Hefpn.
ants John B. Calmus and Martha Pal.
urns, nis wne, tor Two thousand One
hundred Twenty-one and 14-100 Dollars
($2121.14), with Interest at the rate of
Four (4) Der cent ner annum from Aug
ust Fourth, 1928; the further sum of
Twenty-eight and 80-100 Dollars ($28.
80), with interest thereon at the rate of
Eight (8) per cent per annum from De
cember Twentieth. 1928: the further
sum oi l nree Hundred and No-100 Dol
lars ($300.00) attorney's fn anrt nluin.
tiff's costs and disbursements incurred
in mis sun, and
For a decree of the Court that tha
pluintiff's mortgage on the following
ucii'":u icai uiopeny in morrow
Cmnt., a!.,.
commencing at tne Nortnwest cor
ner of Lot numbered One (1) in
Block numbered Sixteen (16) In
Stansbury's Addition to the town
of Heppner, Morrow County. Ore
gon, and running thence East on
the North line of said lot Forty
(40) feet; thence South parallel to
the West line of said lot One (1)
and the West line of Lot numbered
Two (2) in said Block Sixteen (16)
aforesaid, one hundred thirty-one
ami eigiuy-eigm nunnreatiis (131.
88) feet to the South line of said lot
numbered Two (2); thence West
Forty (40) feet to the Southwest
corner of said Lot numbered Two
(2) ; thence North to the point of
beginning, said property being the
Westerly Forty (40) feet of Lots
numbered One (1) and Two (2) In
Block numbered Sixteen (16) In
Stansbury s Addition to the towh of
Heppner, Morrow County, state of
Oregon.
Commencing at the Northwest cor
ner of Block numbered Sixteen (16)
In Stansbury's Addition to the town
of Heppner. Oregon, running thence
West Thirty (30) feet; running
thence South One hundred Thirty
two (132) foet; running thence East
Thirty (30) feet; thence North to
the point of beginning, the same
being a portion of the Northeast
quarter of the Northeast quarter
(NENEi) of Section numbered
Thirty-four (34) in Township Two
(2) South, Range Twenty-six (26)
East of the Willamette Meridian,
in the county of Morrow and state
of Oregon.
be declared a valid first Hen on all of
saia real property and that said mort
gage be foreclosed and the real nrnnar.
ty sold under mortgage foreclosure In
the manner provided by law. and the
proceeds received from such sale be ap
plied First, to the payment of charges
and expenses of such sale; Second, to
payment of plaintiffs judgment. In
cluding costs and attorney's fee and
Third, the overplus, if any, be paid to
the defendant, John B. Calmus. and that
uie oeienuanis and all persons claiming
by, through or under them or any of
them be forever barred and foreclosed
of and from all right, title and Interest
In or to said real property and the
whole thereof, save the statutory right
of redemption, and
For such other anil further relief as
to the Court may seem equitable.
This summons Is published by virtue
of an Order of the Hon. R. L. Benge
County Judge for Morrow county, state
of Oregon, made and entered on the
Ninth day of July. 1929, which
order provides that this summons he
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published In the Heppner Gazette
Times, a newspaper of general circula
tion published in Heppner, Morrow
county, state of Oregon, once each week
for Four (4) weeks.
Date of first publication of this sum
mons la the Eleventh day of July. 1929.
C. L. -SWEEK.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Address: Heppner. Oregon.
MATERNITY HOME
I am prepared to take care of a
limited number of maternity cases.
Room and board reasonable.
MRS. O. C. AIKEN "
Box 142 HEPPNEE Pbona 976
WM. BROOKHOUSER
PAINTIHO PAPEBHANQINO
XNTEBIOB SECOBATIlfQ
Leave orders at Peoples Hardware
Company
DR. ARTHUR CRAIG
DENTIST
Case Building-, Entrants Oentar St
Telephone Main 101s
Open Evenings and Sundays by
Appointment.
DR. A. H. JOHNSTON
PHY8ICIAH AND SCBGEON
Graduate Nurse Assistant
l o. o. p. BTnLsnra
Phones: Office, Main 933; Res. 492.
Heppner, Oregon
DR. J. H. McCRADY
DENTIST
X-Bay Blafnosis
x. o. o. r. BuTLDraa
Heppner, Oregon
Frank A. McMenamin
I. A WYE E
Phone BEaoon 4451
1014 Northwestern Bank Building,
PORTLAND, OREGON
Residence, GArfleld 1949
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN A27S BTOQEON
Trained Nurse Assistant
OfBce In Masonic Building
Heppner, Oregon
C L. SWEEK
ATTOBNEY.AT-LAW
Offices in
First National Bank BaUdlng-
Hcppner, Oregon
MORROW GENERAL
HOSPITAL sMa?.Cdl
Mrs. Elsie MoUahan, B V., Snpt.
Wards and Private Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
A R. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
1'hyslcian-ln-Charge.
Phone Main 322
Heppner, Ore.
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY-AT-IW
Office In Court House
Heppner, Oregon
AUCTIONEER
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a Specialty
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JOS. J. NYS
ATTONEY-AT-LAW
Eoberts Building, Willow Street
Heppner, Oregon
J. Perry Conder, N. D.
20th year In practice In Heppner and I
Morrow County.
HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING
Office Phone 02, Residence Phone 03.
Heppner Sanitarium
ITncnif il Dr- Fwry Conder
UUfepildl i'hyslclan in charge
Oldost Institution of Healing and
Oldest Practicing Physician in Mor
row County: with the least percent
age of fatality and greatest percent
age of benefit.
ALEX GIBB
PLTJMBINO AND HEATING.
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