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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1930.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March SO, 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Established November 18. 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1911
Published every Thursday morning by
YAWTER and SPENCER CBAWFOBD
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner. Oregon, as second-class matter.
ADVERTISING BATES GIVEN OH
Official Paper (or Morrow County.
SIGN IS NEEDED.
AT the meeting of the Lions club
Monday, the question was raised
as to the proper marking of the
Henpner-Spray road. J. G. Barratt
stated that he had recently come
down the John Day highway, and
he found that at many points along
the road garage and service station
men were raising complaints that
the people could not find just where
this road took off for Heppner, and
stating further that If the proper
signs were posted, they would be
only too glad to give travelers the
tip and direct them over the road
toward Heppner. Commissioner
Bleakman, in answer stated that
one reason, he thought why signs
had not yet been placed, was the
incomplete state of the road across
the mountain; much of the year this
has been very bad, and the sending
nr nennie over tne roaa Deiore n.
was completed could but result in
condemnation of the route. In ans
wer Mr. Barratt stated that he
found the road at the present time
In very good shape; in fact the
worst part of the trip was from
the mouth of Chapm creek, at tne
end of the forest road, to the mouth
of McKinney creek, where the road
loins the macaeam to Heppner.
It appears to this paper that there
could be no objection whatever to
having the road properly marked
with signs at this time as there
would be little difficulty in letting
the traveling public know they were
entering upon an incomplete but
fairly passable highway; that the
saving in distance and time would
make up all the inconvenience suf
fered by a few miles of unsurfaced
road bed. Tourists and others desir
ing to get through to Heppner and
other points north from the interior
can save time by coming over this
road at the present season of the
year, nad proper signs should be
erected showing where the Hepp-ner-Spray
road leaves the John Day
highway at the mouth of Haystack
A GOOD CHOICE.
THE nomination of Phil Metschan
by the republican central com
mittee at Portland on Saturday will
not and does not please all elements
of the republican party in the state,
yet we are of the opinion that it is
perhaps as good a choice as the
committee could have made. Mr.
Metschan is a man who has served
the party faithfully and well in his
capacity as state chairman. He has
never before asked for or held pub
lic office by the choice of the peo
ple, and his very wide acquaintance
over the state will no doubt help
him to put across a successful cam
paign. He will have to face the
opposition of the Joseph "wing" of
the party, who are determined to
place an independent in the field,
and a three-cornered fight is always
problematical as to the final outcome.
tutuatj idjonl IGpHsnn
international Sunday School Leiion fo
NAOMI AND RUTH A STORY IN
Ruth 1:6-10, 14-22.
Rev. Samuel D. Price, D. D.
Read the entire book of Ruth.
You will find it a delightful short
story for summer reading. The ro
mance Is thrilling and the applica
tions are vital to our every-day life.
The range of territory is from Beth
lehem to Bethel and begins with a
famine in Palestine. By reason of
the distress Elimelech, his wife Na
omi and their two sons, Mahlon and
Chilion left the homeland for food
and abode In Moab, on the further
side of the Jordan river. All went
well for a while. The sons married
Moabitess women and food ceased
to be a problem.
From joy to distress is often only
a step. Three deaths made three
widows and serious personal prob
lems must be faced by these women,
It Is too often that way in life as
It Is met today. Women must meet
the situation in which the men place
them. Naomi does the natural thing
in planning to return to her own
land and kindred. The daughters-in-law,
following custom, go with
her for a distance and then plan to
take their leave. In Oriental fash
ton they enter into a lengthy discus
sion and even offer to go back with
the mothers-in-law. Orphah receiv
es the kiss of farewell and turns
back to her local problem of life.
Ruth then becomes fully aware of
her great affection for Naomi and
this has evidently been produced, in
part by the way In which this mother-in-law
lived out her faith in
Jehovah. Then Ruth seperates her
self from all that ha been dear In
Moab and gives the classic expres
sion of friendship as she casts her
lot In every way with Ifaoml.
Nothing Is recorded about the
long, hard Journey to Bethlehem.
That is the way In life. We can for
get, whither we havo come after we
TIME FOR THE TCRN TO COME.
ACCORDING to the political and
business prophets who were so
full of optimism last Winter and
Spring, the nation ought at this
time to be beginning to feel the
pulsations of returning business ac
tivity. Signs of the expected upturn are
noted by several observers, and
there is a general feeling among
those who make it their business to
watch events that the lowest point
of the depression has been reached.
Perhaps the most reliable reports
are those made to the National Con
ference of Business Paper Editors
and the Associated Business Papers.
According to these 150 publications
which are intimately in touch with
as many different lines of business,
there is no line in which there are
now stocks on hand in sufficient
quantity to carry on even sub-normal
business for very long. Buying
must begin within a few weeks,
these observers report As soon as
buying begins, factories must in
It is interesting to note that in
some lines of business there has
been no falling off this year as com
pared with last, but a definite in
crease. While some lines have suf
fered a 40 per cent shrinkage, the
consumption of electric current for
the first six months of 1930 was 2
percent greater than In the same
period of 1929.
It has been a curious sort of a
business crisis, in that consumer
purchases in general have not been
greatly curtailed and wages have
been reduced in only a few cases.
In spite of all the talk about unem
ployment there is no evidence of
poverty nor any general economic
Wall Street reports that many
large foreign loans will be made
in the early Fall. The proceeds of
those loans will be used abroad to
purchase American goods, thus
stmiulating export trade. Home
mortgage loans are reported easier
in some sections and home building
is picking up. Bank credits are
expanding, indicating that idle mon
ey is being put to work.
Nobody can predict the future
with certainty. If we could, we
would not be running a newspaper
but playing the; stock market or
dealing in grain or cotton futures.
But in the long run we pin our faith,
as we have always done, on the
future of the United States of Am
erica. We believe that this country
is still moving forward toward the
goal of universal and continuous
prosperity for everybody and that
any set-back can never be anything
but slight and temporary.
THE "LITTLE RED
IT is becoming more and more the
custom for people on their sum
mer vacations to go back, for a
brief visit at least, to the homes of
their childhood. Perhaps that is
because automobiles and motor
highways make it easier to do that
than it used to be; perhaps It
because city folk are beginning to
realize that the country towns they
came from are changing, growing
themselves into cities, and that soon
the old landmarks will be gone,
swallowed up by the relentless maw
One of the vanishing landmarks
is the old fashioned country school
The old schoolhouse we don't know
why people refer to it so often as
"the little red schoolhouse," for
most of them that we have seen
were painted white is one of the
places nearly all of us like to look
up when we go "back home." The
memories of childhood cluster more
thickly about it than any other
structure except the old homestead
itself. The church was a place
to which we were dragged rather
reluctantly. Not that we were al
ways enthusiastic about going to
school, but at least the school was a
democracy of our own kind. Except
have arrived. The details are daily
incidents but they do not have to be
continuously reviewed. Town peo
ple turn out to meet them but the
greeting is hardly a Welcome Home,
Then hardy Ruth begins to further
reveal her charming character.
Work is always a great solace as
well as a constructive help in life.
She will "follow the gleaners" and
in this way finds a bushel of grain
for their little household. Cheer re
vives as soon as daily bread is as
sured. Reconstruction can begin at
any low level of experience. Right
there we can establish a foundation
and build thereon. The familiar
saying is invariably a truth, when
we will, "A man is down but not
Romance evidently begins with
love at first sight as Boaz notes this
really charming Moabitess. Read
the book again for all the details.
Sit in with the court at the gate of
the city and observe the implication
of the removed sandal, by the next
of kin. In time we find that a new
home has been established and Ruth
is able to croon baby Obed, who be
comes the grandfather of David
Thus Ruth is in the ancestry of
none other than Jesus, the Son of
When we learn the good In others
there is no place for race prejudice
which so many seem to cultivate in
adult life. Such feelings do not exist
among the children but is a product
of growing years. Paul, in his ad
dress on Mars Hill refers to the fa
therhood of Jehovah; "And he made
one of every nation of men to dwell
on all the face of the earth," Acts
17-26. This Golden Text for today
should help to establish a different
attitude toward the "Stranger with
in our gates," and do all in our
power to make those of other na
tionalities at home in this free land
of religious liberty. In this melting
pot of civilization all of us need to
work together for the common good
and thus reveal the very best that is
in the heritage of each.
for the teacher, who was only one
against many, we children had
things pretty much our own way.
We lived in a world of our own for
a few hours a day. We were among
those of our own kind, who thought
the same thoughts, spoke the same
language, looked on the world from
the same perspective.
There is no manner of doubt that
the modern consolidated or union
schools are far better for their
avowed purpose of inserting some
thing we call "education" into the
minds of the young. But those who
have had the good fortune to begin
their educational careers in such
schoolhouses as the one which Hen
ry Ford has preserved at Sudbury,
Mass., the veritable school to which
Mary's little lamb followed her,
where one carved one's initials on
the rough board desks, will always
feel a certain superiority over those
who never had such advantages.
Somehow the old fashioned coun
try school seems, in perspective,
closer akin to the pioneer spirit
which is the spirit of America, than
any modern structure with its grad
ed classtooms, steam heat electric
light and wholesome ventilation.
But like the ox-team and the cover
ed wagon, it is disappearing. Our
advice to every reader who ever at
tended such a country school is to
take a good look at it this year, for
next year it may be gone forever.
George N. Peck was in town on
Monday, coming after some extras
for the combine which had been
laid off by a break in some neces
sary part of its "vitals." George is
not altogether happy over his en
forced idleness at this particular
time, caused by the breaking of his
wrist a couple of weeks ago. The
injury has laid him off the job for
the summer, but he is pushing the
harvesting work along in good
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is herebv given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the state of Oregon for
Morrow county. Administratrix of the
Estate of Oscar R. Otto, deceased, and
she has duly qualified.
All persons Having claims against tne
said estate must present them to me,
duly verified as required by law. at the
office of C. L. Sweek in Heppner, Ore
gon, on or betore six montns trom tne
date oi nrst puDucation oi mis nonce.
Administratrix of the Estate of Os
car R. Otto, deceased.
Date of first publication July 17, 1930.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is herebv given that the under
signed has been appointed by the Coun
ty uourt oi tne state oi uregon lor
Morrow County, Administratrix of the
Estate of Harry Rood, deceased.
All persons having claims against said
estate must present them to me, duly
verified as required by law, at the office
of C. L. Sweek in Heppner, Oregon, on
or before six months from the date of
first publication of this notice.
a MARY V. ROOD.
Administratrix of the Estate of Harry
Date of first publication. July 10. 1930.
NOTICE OF FIN AIi ACCOUNT.
Notice is herebv given that the under
signed, Administrator debonis non of
tne instate oi Marina . ocrivner, ae-
ceased, has filed his final- account with
the County Court of the state of Ore
gon for Morrow County, and that said
court nas set as tne time ana place ior
settlement of said account. Monday the
Fourth day of August, 1930, at the hour
of ten-thirty o'clock A. M. in the court
room of said court in Heppner, Oregon.
All persons naving objections to saia
final account must file the same on or
before said date.
Administrator debonis non of the
Estate of Martha B. Scrivner, de
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County.
In the Matter of the Estate of Alice
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administrator c. t. a. the estate
of Alice Keller, deceased, pursuant to
an order made and entered in the above
entitled court on the 30th day of June,
1930, will, on and after the first day of
August, 1930, sell the following describ
ed real property, situated in Morrow
County, State of Oregon, to-wit: North
east quarter or section 31. Township
1 North, Range 24 East of the Willam
ette Meridian, at private sale, for cash
in hand, at the office of S. E. Notson,
in Heppner, Oregon.
EDWARD J. KELLER,
Administrator c. t. a.
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON FINAL
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
In the Matter of the Estate of Needham
David Keavert, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned administrator of the
estate of Needham David Beavert, de
ceased, has filed his Final Report with
the Clerk of the above entitled Court
and that the Judge of said Court has
designated Saturday, the 2nd day of
August, 1930, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon as the time, and the rooms of the
above entitled Court in the County
Court House in Heppner, Morrow Coun
ty, Oregon, as the place when and
where hearing is to'be had thereon. All
persons interested are hereby notified
to then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said re
port should not be approved, the ad
ministiator discharged, his bondsmen
exhonorated and the estate closed.
Dated this 3rd day of July, 1930.
JOHN D. BEAVERT,
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of the laws of tlie State of Oregon. I
have taken up the following described
animal found running at large on my
premises in Morrow County, State of
Oregon, and that I will on Saturday,
the 2nd day of August, 1930, at the hour
of 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day at my place on Rhea creek, 12 miles
south of Heppner, Oregon, offer for sale
and sell the said animul to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, unless the
same shall have been redeemed by the
Said animal Is described as follows:
One bay mare, weight about 1100 lbs.
and branded K Y on right stifle; age
MRS N. B. HAYES,
18-20 Heppner, Oregon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County Administrator of
the Partnership Estate of Harry Rood
and A. C. Ruby; Harry Rood, deceased.
All persons having claims against
said partnership estate must present
them to me. duly verified as required
by law, at the office of C. L. Bwick In
Heppner, Oregon, on or before six
months from the date of first publica
tion of this notice.
A. C. RUBY,
Administrator of the Partnership
Estate of Harry Rood and A. 0,
Ruby: Harry Rood, deceased.
Date of first publication: July 17,
1930. V 18-22
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Administratrix of tho Estate
of George Thomson, deceased, has filed
m 1 S M
JOIN JOSEPH GAINE&'MJX
Bill sat in his buzzing flivver at
the front gate, awaiting revised or
ders as to what he should bring
from town. After a long moment
his father's head appeared at the
little farmhouse door, with "That's
all, Bill, an' be shore not to forget
them pills an' hurry right back."
The farm-boy chugged away, fin
ally pulling up in front of the vill
age drug store; "I want a box of
the best liver pills ye got, he in
formed the spectacled dispenser of
life-savers; afti'r some discussion as
to the sort most effective, Bill took
quarter's worth of the "improv
ed," any three of which would have
probably torn through a wooden
man. The dutiful boy soon gather
ed the rest of his items and skurried
John, Bill's elder brother, had
been "layin' around two days, with
colic in his bowels couldn't work
needed his liver shook up"; symp
toms, diagnosis, treatment Johnny
took a full dose of "the best pills
to be had," that night at bedtime.
her final account with the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, and that said court has set
as the time and place for settlement of
said account, Tuesday the Second day
of September, 1930. at the hour of Ten
o'clock A. M. in the court room of said
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF COUNTY CLERK
OF MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, FOR SIX
MONTHS PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1930.
Justice Court .
Widow Pension .
Indigent Soldier ..
Claims paid from Road and Bond
Claims paid from Market Road Funds
Claims paid from Miscellaneous Funds ..
SUMMARY OF WARRANT ACCOUNT
Outstanding General Fund Warrants, Dec. 31, 1929
Outstanding Road Fund Warrants, Dec 31, 1929
Outstanding Market Road Warrants, Dec. 31, 1929
Outstanding Miscellaneous Warrants, Dec. 31, 1929
General Fund Warrants issued Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930 .
General Road Warrants issued Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930
Market Road Warrants issued Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930 .
Miscellaneous Warrants issued Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930
General Fund Warrants paid Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930 .
Road Fund Warrants Paid Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930
Market Road Warrants paid Jan 1 to June 30, 1930
Miscellaneous Warrants paid Jan. 1 to June 30, 1930 .
General Fund Warrants outstanding June 30, 1930
General Road Warrants outstanding June 30, 1930 ....
Market Road Warrants outstanding June 30, 1930
Miscellaneous Warrants outstanding June 30, 1930 ..
CASH ON HAND IN
NAME OF FUND
High School Tuition
Elementary Schools .
West Extension, Const
West Extension, O. & M.
John Day Irrigation
Motor License '.. -
Special Road No. 1 .- ..
Special Road No. 2
Special Road No. 4
Special Road No. 5 -
Special Road No. 14
Special Road No. 23
Upper Willow Creek
Road Bonds ....L -
STATE OF OREGON, County of
I, Gay M. Anderson, County
hereby certify that the foregoing
claims allowed by the County Court
on which said claims were drawn
rants not paid, for the six months
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I
me Beai 01 said County uourt tnis znr.n aay oi jury, iou,
(SEAL) OAY M. ANDERSON, County Clerk.
He put In a bad night, Johnny did;
by the middle of the next day he
was very much swollen in the ab
domen, was in great pain and at in
tervals, delirious. The mother call
ed the doctor.
It didn't take ten minutes for the
physician to build a few conclusions
sharp and emphatic they were.
"This boy has a ruptured appendix
and consequent peritonitis; you
should have consulted me at the
very beginning of his complaint;
now it is very late; he must be
rushed to the best hospital avail
able, right now! Every split second
of delay lessens our chances of sav
ing his life!"
After a long, tedious fight, John
ny succumbed; his entire system
was saturated with the infection.
The "improved" pill had wrought its
If this story impresses upon my
reader the fact that a cathartic pill
should NEVER be given to a pa
tient with abdominal pain then I
shall feel rewarded for the effort
many times. Better safe than sorry.
See the doctor first
court in Heppner, Oregon.
All persons having objections to said
final account must file the same on or
before said date.
Administratrix of the Estate of
George Thomson, deceased.
.. . 121.25
Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon, do
is a true and correct account of all
of Morrow County, Oregon, the funds
and the amount of outstanding war
period ending June 30, 1930.
have hereunto set my hand and affixed
NOTICE OF FIN AIj SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has tiled his final accounK as
executor of the estate of Thurston Grim,
deceased, and that the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Morrow County
has appointed Tuesday, the second day
of September, 1930, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, as
the time, and County Court room in the
Court House at Heppner. Oregon, as
the place, of hearing and settlement of
said final account and that objections
to said final account must be filed on
or before said date.
HUGH WARREN GRIM,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
Isabel F. Corrigall, Executrix of the
Last Will and Testament of M. S.
Corrigall, Deceased, Plaintiff,
Edward O. Neill and Anne Neill, his
wife; Ollie M. Neill; Claude A. Baker;
M. E. Konigslow; Oregon-Acme Ex
tension, Inc., a corporation; First Na
tional Bank of Heppner. Oregon, a
corporation; W. M. Howard; Chas. H.
Latourell; Alexanders, a corporation;
L. F. Duvall; S. E. Notson, Trustee;
Ada Wiglesworth and Morrow County,
a public corporation, Defendants.
To Claude A. Baker; M. E. Konigslow;
Oregon-Acme Extension, Inc.. a cor
poration; L. F. Duvall and Ada Wig
lesworth. 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
above entitled suit within four week
from the date of first publication of this
summons and for want thereof the
plaintiff will aDDly to the Court for the
relief prayed for in her complaint, which
is as lollows, to-wit:
That the plaintiff have judgment
against the defendants. Edward O. Neill
and Ollle M. Neill, for $25,000.00 with
interest at the rate of 8 per cent per
annum from November 15. 1920; the fur
ther sum of $2200.00 attorney's fee, and
plaintiff's costs and disbursements in
That the plaintiff's mortgage as des
cribed in plaintiff's complaint be declar
ed a valid subsisting lien on all of the
real property in Morrow county, state
of Oregon, described as follows, to-wit:
SW',i NE'i, SEii, SE'i NWV4, WVi
NWK, SWYi of Sec. 25; Sl& of Sec.
26; Also commencing at the SB
corner of the NE',i of Sec. 26, run
ning thence W. to the center of said
Sec. 26; thence N to the'NW corner
of the SWi4 NEi of said Sec. afore
said, thence in a Southeasterly di
rection to the point of beginning;
the E EV4 of Sec. 35; all of Sec.
36, Twp. 1 N. of Range 27, E. W.
M. ; All of Sec. 31; SW NW'A of
Sec. 32, Twp. 1 N. R. 28, E. W. M. ;
Government Lots 1 and 2; S'A NEVi
and NMi of SE14 of Sec. 1, Twp. 1
S. R. 27, E. W. M. ; Government Lot
3, SEVi NWVi, E',-2 SWVi of Sec. 4;
All of Sec. 5; Government Lots 1
and 2, S4 NE'4. N SE14, SE'4
SEm of Sec. 6!N4 NEVi of Sec. 8;
NW& and W NE14 of Sec. 9, Twp.
1 S. R. 28. E. W. M.; Also NE(i
NWVi of Sec. 26. Twp. 6 S. R. 29,
E. W. M. ; Govermnent Lots 1 and 2,
S',4 NEVi, SE'4 NWVi. SE',4, NE,4
SW14. and the SM, SW'4. Sec. 2,
Government Lots 3 and 4, S NW!i
and SW'i of Sec. 1; All of Sec. 11,
all in Twp. 1 S. R. 27. E. W. M.;
Government Lots 3 and 4 and S',4
NW4 of Sec. 4; E,4 of Sec. 34; W
E',4 and WV4 of Sec. 35, all in Twp.
1 N. R. 27, E. W. M.
That plaintiff's mortgage be foreclos
ed and the real property described in
said mortgage and herein described be
sola on mortgage foreclosure in the
manner provided by law, and the pro
ceeds from such sale be applied first, to
the payment 01 the charges and ex
penses of such sale; second, to the pay
ment of Dlalntiff's Judgment, including
costs and attorney's fee, and the over
plus, 11 any. be paia over to tne aeiena
ant. Edward O. Neill, and
That the defendants and all persons
claiming by, through or under them or
any of them be forever barred and fore
closed from all right, title and interest
in or to said real property and the
whole thereof, save the statutory right
of redemption, and
That pending the termination of this
suit the above entitled Court appoint a
receiver to take charge of said property
and preserve the same, subject to the
order of the Court, and
That plaintiff have such other and
further relief as to the Court may seem
This Summons Is published by virtue
of an order of the Hon. R. L. Benge,
County Judge of Morrow county, State
of Oregon, made and entered on the
15th day of July, 1930, which order pro
vides that this summons be published
in the Heppner Gazette Times, a news
paper of general circulation published
HeDDiier. Morrow county
Oregon, once each week for 4 weeks,
Date of first publication of this sum-
mona Is July 17, 1930.
C. L. SWEEK.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Address: Heppner, Oergon.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
FRED H. DESHON and FRED ROOD,
Executors under the Last Will and
Testament of Fannie O. Rood, De
PERCY M. GARRIGUES, MYRTLE
GARRIGUES. his wife, C. H. LAT
OURELL, PEOPLES HARDWARE
COMPANY, a corporation, and HEN
RY SCHWARZ and L. R. SCHWARZ,
partners doing business under the
firm name and style of Central Meat
By virtue of a judgment, decree, or
der of sale and execution Issued out of
the above entitled Court in the above
entitled cause, to me directed and dat
ed the 11th day of July, 1930, upon a
Judgment and decree duly remlered and
entered in said Court and dated the
5th day of July, 1930, In favor of Fred
H. Deshon and Fred Rood, Executors
under the Last Will and Testament of
Fannie O. Rood, deceased, the above
named plaintiffs and against the above
named defendants for the sum of
$6000.00 with interest on the same from
the 23rd day of Novembtr, 1928, at the
rate of 8 per cent per annum, and the
further sum of $WX).0O with interest
thereon from the 5th day of July, 1930,
at the rate of 6 per cent per annum,
and the further sum of $18.50. plaintiffs
costs and disbursements, and the costs
of and upon said writ, commanding me
to make sale of the following described
real property, situated In the County of
Morrow, State of Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the West
line of Lot 7 In Block 1 of the Town
of Heppner In said County and
State, 43 feet more or less South of
the Northwest corner of said Lot 7,
and at the Southwest corner of a
brick building on said lot now used
as a garage; thence South along the
West line of Lot 7 and the West
line of Lot 6 in said Block 1 to the ,
Southwest corner of said Lot Six
(6) in said Block 1; thence East 198
feet to the Southeast corner of the
West one-half of Lot 5 In said
Block 1; thence North 72 feet along
the East line of the West one-half
of Lots 4 and 6 in said Block 1;
thence West 98 feet more or less
and parallel with the South line of
said Lots 4 and 7 in said Block 1 to ,
a point approximately 17 feet South
of the Southeast corner of said brick
building; thence North 17 feet more
or less to said Southeast corner of
said brick building; thence West
100 feet more or less to the place of
will In compliance with the commands
of said writ, on the 16th day of August,
Lvov, ui wio injur in j,.ou v, .im.iv n. wi.,
at the front door of the County Court
House in the City of Heppner County
of Morrow, State of Oregon, sell at pub
lic auction subject to redemption, to
the highest bidder for cash in hand all
the right, title and Interest that the
above named defendants, or any of
them, had on the 23rd day of May, 1928,
the data of plaintiff's mortgage fore
closed In said suit, or since that date
have had in or to said real property,
or any part thereof, to satisfy said
judgment, decree, execution, Interest,
costs and accruing costs.
, C. J, D. BAUMAN,
Shorllt of the County of Morrow,
State of Orogon.
Dated this 17th day of July, 1930.
Date of first publication, July 17, 1930.
Date of last publication, August 14, 1930.
,n-Ni ... .1.- 1 - m.on ln..r A
E. D. HUBSON, the Livestock Auc
tioneer of Granger, Wn., and Dwlght
Misner of lone. Ore. SALES CON
DUCTED IN ANY STATE OB ANT
COUNT?. For dates and terms wire
or write DWIOHT MISNER, lone.
A. B. GRAY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON
Heppner Hotel Building
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
Br A B. Gray. Physician-in-Chara-e
Miss Helen Curran, Surgical Nurse
Miss Ona Gilliam. Anesthetist
Mrs. L. G. Herren. SuDerlntendent
Open to All Physicians
DR. J. L. CALLAWAY
Phone 93 Heppner, Oregon
Leave orders at Peoples Hardware
DR. C. W. BARR
Case Building, Entranoe Canter Sb
Telephone Main 1011
Open Evenings and Sundays by
N. D. BAILEY
Contractor and Builder
Cabinet Work Built-in Cabinets
Window Screens, Etc.
Call Heppner Planing Mill
DR. J. H. McCRADY
X. O. O. F. BUILDING
Frank A. McMenamin
Phone BEacon 44S1
1014 Northwestern Bank Building,
Residence. GArfleld 1949
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Trained Narae AssUtant
Office In Masonic Building
C L. SWEEK
First National Bank Building
S. E. NOTSON
Office in Court House
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30th year in practice In Heppner and
HEPPNER HOTEL BUILDING
Office Phone 02, Residence Phone 08.
Oldest Institution of Healing and
Oldest Practicing Physician in Mor
row County: with the least percent
age of fatality and greatest percent
age of benefit.