PAGE FOUR HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1930. MRS. CHAS. SHAVER DIES AT IONE HOME Nolan Tajfe Take Position With Vniversity of Wisconsin; Sheep Being Moved for Lambing. By JENNIE E. McMTRRAY Mrs. Mary Shaver, wife of Char ley Shaver, died at her home in lone at 11:30 a. m., Tuesday, Janu ary 2S, following an illness of two weeks duration. Mrs, Shaver had been suffering from tonsilitis, but seemed much improved and the friends who were caring for her felt that she was on the road to recov ery, when death came without any warning. Mr. Shaver, who was lo cated out from Bend, was reached with much difficulty. He left Bend Monday night and is expected to reach lone Tuesday night No fun eral arrangements will be made un til he reaches here. Besides her husband, Mrs. Shaver leaves to mourn her passing, her mother and step-father who reside in Boise, Ida ho, and a sister, Mrs. Kelly, who's home is in Caldwell, Idaho. Mrs. Shaver was an active member of Bunchgrass Rebekah lodge, No. 91. Mrs. R. E. Harbison of Morgan is receiving treatment in the Portland Medical hospital. Mrs. Harbison has been in poor health for some time, Wavne Sperry of Portland, a for mer lone boy, was calling on friends here Saturday. Many townspeople have found it necessary to remove the snow from the roofs of their business houses and dwellings. Friday the thermometer began to show an upward trend. Since that time it has remained above the zero mark. Wate Crawford had considerable difficulty breaking a road into town on Thursday of last week in order to get his children back to school. He remained in town over night, re turning home Friday. Many of the rural pupils are boarding in town during the time that the roads are impassable. Lee Beckner broke road from his place to town on Wednesday of last week and on Thursday broke road in the opposite direction. Carlsons broke road from their place to con nect with Beckner. W. A. (Bill) Thomas, a former res ident of lone who now resides on the old Jim Allen place below Mor gan, met with a painful accident the latter part of last week. Mr. Thom as went out to put down straw for his horses when the stack toppled over on him, completely burying him underneath. Glen Ball who is in the habit of going each day to see how Mr. Thomas is getting along, found what had happened and extricated the imprisoned man. When released Mr. Thomas was al most unconscious. He is recovering nicely. Mr. Thomas is well along in years and quite badly crippled. He lives alone. The little five-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Wate Crawford is very ill with pneumonia. The child was moved to the home of Mrs. M. Jordan on Sunday that he might have better care. The regular monthly missionary meeting of the Congregational church will be held Thursday after noon, Feb. 6, at the church parlor. Everyone is invited to attend. Mrs. Harlan McCurdy who is quite ill with influenza, is receiving treatment in the Heppner hospital. Arthur Ritchie has been ill with quinsy. Elmer Peterson came near having a serious automobile accident Satur day evening near Morgan. Due to the failure of his lights, his car went into the ditch. No one was hurt Ordie Farrens, who has been at tending school in Portland, enrolled in the lone school Monday for the last semester's work. The county get-together meeting of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs to have been held January 25 at Mor gan has been postponed to Febru ary first On Thursday evening, February 6, Bunchgrass Rebekah lodge will hold its regular social meeting. All members are urged to be present On Monday Harlan McCurdy ar rived at the creek ranch below town with his band of sheep, bringing them from the Rock creek ranch. It was necessary to break the trail much of the way, but he made the trip in less than four days. Lambing will begin February 5. Mrs. Carl Barlow and son Jackie came Sunday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Barlow's sister-in-law, Mrs. Lee Howell. Nicholi Thompsen, who has been working in Portland for a few weeks, returned Wednesday of last week to his ranch home. Walter Eubanks shipped two tons of dressed turkeys January 16. Mrs. Frank Engelman returned the middle of last week from a pleasant visit in Portland. On Thursday of last week we had no mail until noon. Because of trouble on the main line our engine had to make a trip to Umatilla. Mr. and Mrs. John Louy left on Saturday night's train for Seattle, where they go for a visit with Mrs. Louy's sister and other relatives. Larry Londergan returned Satur day from a visit in Portland. The Henry Cohn sheep that have been feeding at the McMurray ranch above town, were moved last week to the Sloan Thompson ranch on Butter creek for lambing. A birthday dinner was given Sun day at the Victor Rietmann ranch home at which Mrs. Rietmann s mo ther, Mrs. Frank Engelman, was the honor guest. All of the Engel man family was present except Mr, Frank Engelman. Virgil Esteb left Monday for Port land where he was called by the death of his mother, who passed away Sunday. Interment was made in a Portland cemetery. Mr. Esteb has the sympathy of his many friends here. Walton Young has returned to his home after a week spent in Portland. Jesse Daley of Salem Is here for a visit at the home of Mrs. M. Jor dan. Mr. Daley arrived Sunday. Nolan Page, who for the past year and a half has been doing graduate work at the University of Iowa, goes February first to Madi son, Wis., where he has a position for this semester as instructor in the materials laboratory of the Uni versity of Wisconsin. Mr. Page will return to the University of Iowa for summer school. He is an lone boy, graduating from the high school with the class of '24. Children Give Recital On Piano for Mothers Mothers of pupils studying the piano, under Mrs. William Poulson, were guests at a tea and recital held at the Poulson home in the Case apartments Saturday. The following numbers were in cluded on the program: "Across the Brook" by Blake, Helen Egan; "The Juggler" by Blake, Pauline Piercy; 'The Duke's Song" by Verdi, Helen Egan and Mrs. Poulson; "In Hang in Gardens" by Davies, Margaret Brosnan; "Lively Dance for Two," Pauline Piercy and Mrs. Poulson; 'The Goblin's Frolic" by Kern, Katherine Healey; "Swanee River" by Foster and "Battle Hymn of the Republic," Howard Cleveland; "Con fetti" by Media, Nancy Jane Cox; "Valse" by Friml, Winifred Case; "Dance of the Bubbles" by Preston, Phyllis Jane Jones; "Robin's Re turn," Violet Hinton; Valse Chro- matique" by Godard, Teresa Bres- lin, and Spanish Dance by Moz- cowski, Frances and Mary White. 1 Statement of Taxes LEVIED IN MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, FOR THE YEAR 1930 (1929 ROLLS) General Taxea Levied for State and County Purposes Character Valuation Rate Tax of Tax Mills State and Coun ty J13.853.5S5 7.94 $109. 997.31 General School.. 13.853.565 1.06 14.684.78 Roads & Bridges 13.853.565 3.1 42.946.05 Market Roads 13.853,565 1.1 15,238.92 Bond Sinking Fund 13,853.565 1. 13,853.57 Bond Interest Fund 13.853.565 2. 27,707.13 High School Tu ition 6.932,297 1.2 8.318.76 Gain .66 $232,747.18 Special Taxes Levied in Towns Town Valuation Mills Tax Hfppner $ 900.662 10.2 $ 9.186.75 Lexington 112.472 20.7 2.328.17 lone 192.892 13.7 2.642.62 Boardman 41,315 29.2 1.206.40 Loss .01 $ 15,363.94 Special Taxes Levied in Other Taxing Districts West Extension Irrigation Dis trict $ 10,054.17 Westland Irrigation District 960.00 Forest Fire Patrol 2.236.73 Special Taxes Levied In Boad Districts Dist. No. Valuation Mills Tax 1 $ 1.381.758 5. t 6.908.79 23 438.771 3. 1,316.31 Gain , .06 $ 8.225.10 Special Taxes Levied In Union High School Districts Dist. No. Valuation Mills Tax 1 $ 775,776 6.1 $ 4,622.43 Gain .01 (Comprised of Nos. 19, 40 & 51) Special Taxes Levied In School Districts Dist. No. Valuation Mills Tax 1 $ 1.227.992 20.8 $ 25,542.23 2 426.230 .9 383.61 3 267.257 1.5 400.89 4 179.936 2.9 521.81 5 284,890 2.2 626.76 6 295.994 3.2 947.18 8 286,908 .7 200.84 Dist. 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 . 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 . 31 . 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 4U 41 42 48 49 50 51 53 59 0 No. Valuation Mills Tax .$ 188.707 2.4 $ 452.90 . 1.236.392 13.4 16.567.65 124.039 3.5 434.14 617.739 17.8 10,995.75 277.999 180.687 92.393 14.3 1.321.22 168.295 2.6 437.67 111,682 7.1 792.94 128.900 3.5 451.15 137,218 2.1 288.16 32.265 2.5 80.66 142.379 2.7 384.42 164.388 2.5 410.97 1,372,354 20.7 28 407.73 584.084 13.6 7.943.54 275.983 17. 4.691.71 181.057 2.5 452.64 107.230 5.6 600.49 184.194 2.3 423.65 168.740 7.5 1.265.55 20.794 2.7 56.14 318.194 2.2 700.03 848.948 18. 15.281.06 151.538 2.5 378.85 167.228 2.8 468.24 167.440 2.5 418.60 480.599 1. 480.60 365,757 6. 2.194.54 330.290 2.1 693.61 241.999 4.1 992.20 105.857 4.4 465.77 80.587 4.1 330.41 189,412 2.5 473.53 263 119 ' 125.040 3.3 412.63 117.501 5.7 669.76 516,498 .13 Gain Total $129,042.28 GENERAL SUMMARY State, County and General School..$124.682.42 Special School 129.042.28 Union High School 4,622.44 High School Tuition 8.318.81 General Road . 42,946.04 Market Road 15,238.90 Bonds and Interest ,.. 41,561.01 Towns 15.363.93 Irrigation 11,014.17 Fire Patrol 2.236.73 Special Road 8,225.16 $403,251.89 I HEREBY CERTIFY, that the foregoing is a true and correct statement, according to the records of my office. JESSE J. WELLS, County Assessor. Dated this 22nd day of January, 1930. AcDnniraglFcell The newest scientific methods of obtaining immediate and lasting relief will be explained By nr. ScholVs Foot Expert February 1st IF you have a painful, stubborn foot ailment of any kind corns, callouses, bunions, crooked or over lapping toes, weak or broken down aretes, weak or swollen ankles, tender heels, excessive perspira tion, hot or odorous feet you can now get quick and lasting relief. Through Dr. Scboll's newest scientific and advanced methods of correction, any foot trouble is now immediately relieved and the cause removed. To demonstrate this fact a Foot Comfort Expert of Dr.Wm. M. Scboll'g personal staff will be in attend ance at our store on the above date. Without removing your stocking, this Expert will make a sci entific analysis of your feet on Dr. Scboll's redo-Crapb and show you what your trouble is and what caused it He will then dem onstrate how simple and easy it is for you to have real relief. No charge is made for this valuable service. CORNS Dr. Srholt't Zino - pad giT instant relieft ure, healing, toothing. 3&c boi. CROOKED TOM Dr.Srhotr TofFUn straighten crooked toe naturally udoenforUbly. 75 each. TIRED, ACHING FEET Or. Scholi't AW mprotwd Atxh Support relieve pain, re More wk arr.be to normal, U.JU to 11$. W permit. E. N. Gonty Shoe Store PUPILS WORK OVERTIME. Heppner high school pupils, who had failures in subjects last term or who made extremely low grades are making up the deficiency by working during an eighth period, which is an overtime period of one half hour daily. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Biddle were in Heppner from their ranch on Rhea creek, Saturday. SUMMONS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW COUNTY. A. M. Markham. A. P. Hughes and Ralph I. Thompson, Trustees of the Trust Estate of J. P. Rhea, an Insol vent Debtor, and individually as claimants against said estate. Plaintiffs, vs. J. P. Rhea; S. E. Notson; D. H. Wilsay; John r. Hugnes, Mary Healey, Anna McNamee. Joseph Hughes, Matt Hughes, William J. Hughes, Thomas Hughes and Nora Hughes, heirs at law of John Hughes, deceased; Mrs. E. Howard; Oscar Borg, Anna Borg, Matilda A. Swope. Carrie B. Wright, and Frank Borg. heirs at law of P. O. Borg. deceased; Mary R. Halvor sen, Lena A. Padberg, Administratrix of the Estate of E. L. Padberg, de ceased, Lydia E. Ray, Louis J. Pad berg, W. H. Padberg and J. H. Pad berg, heirs at law of Henry Padberg, deceased; Mrs. E. C. Wilson, Admin istratrix of the Estate of Chris Le Tellier, deceased; M. Belle Thompson, heir at law of J. A. Thompson, de ceased; Alice Smith Fisher and Frank M. Smith, heirs at law of George W. Smith, deceased; W. W. Smith; The First National Bank of Heppner, Ore gon, a corporation; Pauline Quaid; Ralph Swinburne, heir at law of E. R. Swinburne, deceased; Alice E. Mc Nabb, Mable C. Read, Edna P. Puy ear and Wesley E. McNabb, heirs at law of W. T. McNabb, deceased; James N. Luper; R. C. Morris; R. R. McHalev. Trustee for the Benefi ciaries under the Last Will and Test ament of James H. McHaley. deceas ed; Fred H. Deshon and Fred Rood, Executors of the Last Will and Test ament of Fannie O. Rood, deceased: Nicholas Jonas; K. F. Hughes; Isabel F. Corrlgall, Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of M. S. Corrl gall. deceased: Anna Natter, heir at law of J. B. Natter, deceased; Jeff Evans; Belle LeLande; Eva Magrunn and C A. Khea, Defendants. To D. H. Wilsay; John P. Hughes; Thomas Hughes: Carrie B. Wright: Frank Borg; Mrs. E. C. Wilson, Ad ministratrix of the Estate of Chris LeTellier, deceased; M. Belle Thomp son: Alice Smith Fishr: Frank M. Smith; W. W. Smith; Ralph Swin burne: Edna P. Puyear; R. C. Morris; Nicholas Jonas; Jett Evans; Belle LeLande and Eva Magrunn, Defend ants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answei the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or before Four weeks from the Thirtieth day ot Jan uary, J930, and if you fall to so appear and answer, the plalntins win appiy 10 the Court for the relief prayed for in their complaint as follows, to-wit: The object of this suit Is to obtain a decree authorizing the trustees of the trust set forth in plaintiff s complaint herein to sell, mortgage, lease, extend, Improve or otherwise deal with the property embraced in said trust in ac cordance with the prayer of said com plaint, particularly as ioiiows, iu-wu. The ratification and confirmation of the acts of A. M. Markham. A. P. Hughes and Ralph I. Thompson from the time of their appointment to the present time as trustees of the Estate of J. P. Rhea, Insolvent, and for auth ority to carry out the terms of con tracts neretotore entered into neiween said trustees and R. A. Thompson and between said trustees and Otto Ruhl for the sale of the real property here inafter described. The real property belonging to said estate is described as follows, to-wit: West half of Northwest quarter and Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter and South half of Section Two; Southwest quarter of Section One; Southeast quarter of North east quarter and Northeast quarter of Southeast quarter of Section Nine; Northeast quarter and South west quarter and South half of Northwest quarter of Section Ten; North half of Section Eleven; Northwest quarter of Section Twelve; North half and Southeast quarter of Section Sixteen, all 111 Township Two South, Range Twenty-four, E. W. M., containing 21)40 acres, in Morrow County, State of Oregon. and said trustees have entered into a contract with Otto Ruhl for the sale of the foilowing described portions of said real property, to-wit: Beginning at the center of Sec tlon One, Township Two South Range Twenty-four, E. W. M., and running thence West along the Sec tion line 44(10.0 feet: thence South Twelve degrees Thirty minutes West. 2580.0 feet: thence South 70 decrees 00 minutes East 645 feet; thence South 0 degrees Thirty min utes West 1935.0 feet; thence South 73 degrees 00 minutes East, 1076.0 feet; thence South 300.0 feet to the East and West center line of Sec tion Eleven of Bald Township and Range; thence East 840.0 feet to the quarter corner between sections El even and Twelve of said Township and Range; thence East 2640 feet, to the center of Section Twelve of said Township and Range; thence North 6280.0 feet to the place of beginning and containing 549.3 ac res, In Morrow County, State of Oregon ; the details of said contract are set out In plaintiffs' complaint, and the remain ing portion of said lands has been sold on contract by said trustees to R. A. Thompson; the details of said contract are set out in plaintiffs' complaint; For authority to sell the securities, if any be taken on sale of any of the lands belonging to the estate; For a decree fixing and allowing a reasonable attorney's fee for the attor ney acting for said trustees in bringing this suit and advising said trustees in their management of said estate, and For a further decree authorizing the trustees to distribute to the creditors pro rata in accordance with the decree heretofore entered in this proceeding, and For such other and further relief as may be necessary and proper herein. This summons is served upon you by publication thereof once each week for the period of Four weeks In the Hepp ner Gazette Times, a weekly newspaper of general circulation published at Heppner, Morrow County, State of Ore gon, under and by virtue of an order duly made and entered in this cause on the Twenty-ninth day of January, 1930, by the Honorable R. L. 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