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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1935.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established liarck 80.1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Established November 18, 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 16, 1912.
Published every Thursday morning by
VAWTEB and SPJGHCEB CRAWYORD
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp-
ner, Oregon, as secona-ciass matter.
ADVBBTE3ING SATES GIVES OH
Offi a 1 Paper for Morrow County
JUST A REDWOOD TRUE.
By F. F. W EH MEYER.
The redwood was named sequoia
for an Indian chief, ruler of one of
the Cherokee tribes. Chief Sequoia
brought his people from semi-savagery
to a stage of civilization
wherein they had a written lan
guage, books, schools, farms and
cities. Though this civilization fell
before the greed and avarice of the
whites, who confiscated their lands
and scattered 'the remaining In
dians, not slaughtered, Sequoia has
been honored and his name perpet
uated in the great trees of Califor
nia. This tree is one of the oldest of
living things and probably has a
life cycle in excess of 3,000 years.
One specimen, the General Sher
man, named after one of our great-
est eenerals of the Civil War, is
probably also the largest of all hv
ing things on the earth. This tree
was a giant at the time Christ toil
ed his heart-breaking way thru the
streets of Jerusalem on his way to
crucifixion at Calvary. What a
slice of history this old tree has
lived to see. The fall of Rome. The
emergence of the white races from
savagery and one is almost tempt
ed to say their return. The rise of
the two greatest religions, Chris
tianity and Mohammedanism. The
formation of the whites into the
great nations of today. The dis
covery of America. The fall of all
the great Asiatic powers of the past,
Egypt, Cathay, Carthage. During
its time Atilla, Tamerlane and oth
er mongols were planting yellow
seed deep within the white races
thru northern Europe, While Han
nibal and his brother Hashdrubal,
with their negro armies were daub
ing the south of Europe people with
a darker color than sunburn. This
tree has lived through more than 80
generations of human life and en
deavor, which means that, not
counting the possibility of cross
breeding, that we had this number
of direct living ancestors at that
time. Put down a figure one with
twenty-one ciphers behind it, If
you wanted to trace your family
tree back to about the time of the
discovery of America, only, you
would have to trace it back to a
million people of that date, provid
ing there was no cross breeding,
and what a family album, even that
would make. Like nearly every
other living thing, the tree is large
ly composed of water. The Gen.
Sherman contains probably 750 tons.
This water is not stationery but is
constantly being forced up, as it is
gathered through the root system
and given off through the needles
to the surrounding atmosphere. It
is called capillary action and is en
compassed through the living cells
In the sap wood. This directly in
conflict with the laws of gravity as
we understand them. The grad
ual forcing up of 160,000 gallons of
water to a height of 350 feet would
be a real mechanical or engineer
ing problem, for the whole weight
of this water is being lifted. Scien
tists know it is being done but don't
know exactly how. Lumber from
a tree of this size would make hous
ing for a good size town. The wood
is used largely for shingles, fence
Dosts. erane stakes, cigar boxes. It
is what is known as a conifer, hav-
ine needles and not leaves. Its
range is very limited and except
for intervention on the part of the
government, would probably have
been well on its way to extinction.
At one time its growing range cov
ered a large part of the Pacific
Coast Pieces of petrified wood
closely resembling redwood, though
not definitely classified as such,
have been found in the Heppner
district, on the national forest
By RACHEL, J. BARLOW
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce
Dillabough was destroyed by fire at
o'clock Monday morning. Mr.
Dillabough had started fires in the
kitchen and living room stoves and
gone out to milk, and when he re
turned to the house he found the
paper on the walls of the living
room on Are, and in a very short
time the entire house was a mass
of flames. The children were asleep
yet when Mr. Dillabough came to
the house. Mrs. Dillabough Is vis
Itlng in Portland. None of the
household furnishings was saved
but the piano and a few chairs. A
large crowd soon gathered and car
rled furniture from the Ray Brown
residence to the east of the Dilla
bough home, and water was poured
on the roof to keep It from catching
fire. The house was insured in the
Grange Insurance company.
The Ladies Aid social meeting for
the month of February was held at
the home of Mrs. J. F. Gorham last
Wednesday afternoon. After the
business meeting refreshments were
served by hostesses Mrs. S. C. Rus
sell, Mrs. J. F. Gorham, Mrs. F. F.
K1IU, Mrs. L. V. Root and Mrs. A.
Mrs. Henry Graves who has been
seriously ill was taken to The Dal
les hospital last Sunday but is re
ported to be much better at this
time. Mr. Graves went down Fri
day to be with her.
Mrs. Grace Tyler and sisters-in-
law, Mrs. Grace Dufur and Mrs. Ed
na Dufur, motored to Heppner last
Thursday to visit old friends of
the Mesdames Dufur.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham mo
tored to Pendleton Monday.
Charles Dillon was a business vis
itor in Portland last week.
Norvel and Eldon Shannon who
are working on Butter creek spent
the week end here with their par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barlow and
daughters and Miss Mary Chaffee
of Heppner visited with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nickerson
and daughter moved this week out
to the Royal Rands ranch which
Mr. Nickerson is taking care of
during Mr. Rands' absence. Mr.
Rands works with the CCC camp at
Port Orford and will be there dur
ing the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Barlow spent
Sunday at Condon at the Truman
Messenger home. Their grandson
Franklin who has had pneumonia
is much better at this time.
Mrs. Grace Dufur and daughter
of Payette, Idaho, Will Tyler of
Colorado and Mrs. Edna Dufur of
New Mexico returned to their re
spective homes last Friday after
being called to Boardman last week
by the death of their brother, H. V.
Tyler. Mrs. Beason acompanied
her daughter to New Mexico.
Mrs. Reese Byram motored to
Boise, Idaho, last week with friends.
where she will remain for a few
weeks visiting with her daughters.
An Interesting program was given
at the Parent Teachers meeting last
Friday evening in the auditorium
A tumbling exhibition was given by
the high school girls under the di
rection of Miss Clara Ruff, and
debate in which W. A. Baker, Reese
Byram, George Wicklander and
Buster Rands took part was en
The senior class of the Boardman
high schol sponsored a Bug party
given last Saturday evening in the
gymnasium. After the Bug game
lunch was served and dancing was
enjoyed. A large crowd was pres
The County Court met in regular session
at the Court House in Heppner, Oregon,
on Wednesday, the 6th day of rebruary,
1935, the same being the regular time for
holding of a regular term of Court when
were present: Wm. T. Campbell, Judge;
George N. Peck, Commissioner; frank a.
Minutes of previous meetings were read
The Court approved, continued or dis
allowed the various claims presented
against the County and ordered approved
claims paid by proper warrant from the
The engineer's report on the vacation of
a road in sections 33 and 34, Tp. 2 N. R.
26, E. W. M., was read and the Court made
resolution to close same.
The Court made resolution to vacate
County road from South Vi cor. Sec. 34,
Tp. 8 S. R. 24, E. W. M., running thence
North o miles ana ordered county engin
eer to make report of same April 6, 1935.
The Court made resolution to vacate road
from 495 feet South of N. W. Corner, Sec.
24, Tp. 2 S. R. 24, E. W. M., and running
thence South to Heppner-Wasco Highway
and ordered County Engineer to report on
same April 6, 1935.
February 7, 1935.
The Court made resolution allowing 7
cents per mile on County Business, effect
ive February 1, 1936.
Petition for improvement of the Ione-
Boardman road was received and the Court
decided to work said road but not to con
struct until estimates can be prepared and
money on hand for same.
The Court decided to begin work on tne
Rhea Creek road just as soon as a road
outfit is available.
The Court agreed to cooperate with the
Biological Survey to the amount of $1600.00
and ordered the Clerk to notify them as
to the amount of cooperation in the matter
of predatory animal control.
rebruary , 1935.
Court made agreement with Lula G.
Rumble for care of the County hospital
poor cases for the year 1935 at a yearly
stipulation of $800.00 payable monthly, ef
fective from January 1, 1936. The Coun
ty Physician is to determine such hospital
February 9. 1935.
After orivine all applicants a hearing
and due consideration of same, the Court
voted unanimously for the appointment of
C. W. Barlow as County Clerk to fill the
unexpired term of Gay M. Anderson, re
signed. February id, 1935.
C. W. Bariow. appointee for Clerk's of
fice, takes oath of office administered by
District Attorney Notson.
The Court approves the appointment of
Maryann Chaffee of Boardman as Deputy
Clerk at a salary of $75.00 per month.
The Court approves the bonds of both
the County Clerk and Deputy County Clerk
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FOR FEBRUARY TERM
County Court concurs with the City of
Heppner Memorial to Congress.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF ORKGON FOR MORROW
At a regular meeting of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow
County, on Saturday, the 16th day of Feb
ruary, 1935, being the fourth day February,
1935. term of said County Court, among
other things the following proceedings
were had :
Whereas, the Common Council of the
City of Heppner, State of Oregon, has
memorialized the Congress of the United
States to take action looking to the pro
tection cof the watershed of Willow Creek
in said County of Morrow ; and
w hereas, it appears to the Court that
said Memorial sets forth the true situation
in regard to the need of protecting said
watershed ; and
Whereas, it appears to the Court that
such protection will be of great merit to
the water supply of the City of Heppner
and also to the lands along said Willowl
treek, which must be irrigated from said
Wulow Creek ; and
Whereas, it appears to the Court that
the loss of taxes from the lands which
may be taken off the tax rolls by the plan
uggested in said Memorial would be amall
compared with the loss which is certain to
follow the removal of the timber from the
lands mentioned in said memorial as no
doubt will occur if said lands paBs into the
hands of private owners ; therefore,
Be it resolved. That the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Morrow County
concurs in the said memorial and urges
that such action be taken as will tend to
protect said watershed.
Wm. T. Campbell, County Judge.
George N. Peck, Commissioner.
Frank S. Parker. Commissioner.
Attest: C. W. Barlow, County Clerk.
The Court orders Clerk to write and
have J. M. Spencer, Watermaster, to come
over from Pendleton and adjust the wa
ter situation on Willow and Rhea Creeks
so that the people at the lower end of Wil
low creek can get water for their stock. 1
February Claims, General Fund: Anna
M. Burchell, Wid. Pen., $10.00 ; J. L. Mor
row, Ct. Hse., $10.00; Gay M. Anderson,
Bonds, $79.52; F. W. Turner. Bonds, $66.
00 ; County Treasurer, cur. exp., $2.00 ;
Lucy E. Rodgers, cur. exp., $26.14 ; Pac.
Stat. & Prt. Co., Sheriff, Assessor, $18.16;
J. J. Wells, Assessor, $75.00; C. J. D.
Bauman, Sheriff, $27,24; Sylva Wells, As
sessor, $37.50 ; State Ind. Acc. Com., Sher
iff, $7.96; West Coast Prt. Co., Jus. Ct.,
Sheriff, $4.75 ; Gazette Times, Sheriff, Coun
ty Court, $206.90 ; A. E. Simmons, Sheriff,
Dist. Atty., $16.00; Kilham Sty. Co., Sher
iff, Clerk, $12.78; J. H. Cox, Ct. Hse.,
$9.60 ; Heppner Elec. Works, Ct. Hse., $1.
19 ; City of Heppner, Poor, Ct. Hse. $7.80 ;
Case Furn. Co., Poor.'Ct. Hse., $147.89;
Pac. Power & Light Co., Poor, Ct. Hse.,
$34.97 ; Patterson & Son, Treas., Poor,
$17.10; Martin Bauernfeind, Poor, $7.50;
Martin Bauernfeind, Poor, $14.96; Phelps
Funeral Home, Poor, $62.78 ; F. P. Leicht,
Poor, $10.00; C. W. Swanson, Poor, $19.66;
Thomson Bros., Poor, $17.70; Nat. Re
Emp. Serv., Poor, $15.00; Boardman
Grange Co-Op, Poor, 12.30; W. O. Dix,
Poor, $28.68 ; Clara Beamer, Poor, $9.50 ;
Mrs. J. W. Foley, Poor, $17.06; A. D. Mc
Murdo, Coroner, Poor, $16.00 ; Heppner
Market, Poor, Jail, $4.80; E. R. Huston,
Jail, $2.71; C. B. Orai, Sealer, $12.16; J.
J. Wells, Assessor Cur Exp., $13.48; J. O.
Turner, Emerg., $25.00 ; Chas. B. Cox, Cur.
Exp., $3.00; Pac. Tel. & Tel., Cur. Exp.,
$43.39 ; Geo. N. Peck. Co. Ct., $63.80 ; Wm.
T. Campbell, Co. Ct., $33.25 ; Frank S.
Parker, Co. Ct, $85.49 ; Case Furn. Co.,
Ct. Hse., $10.00; John Wahl, Poor, $5.00;
W. Brookhouser, Ct. Hse., $6.72; P. W.
Mahoney, Bonds, $60.00; Gilliam & Bisbee,
Ct. Hse., $1,178.81 ; Humphreys Drug Co.,
Ct. Hse., Poor, $20.79; Gay M. Anderson,
Health. $8.00 ; Ralph Harris, Health, $ .75 ;
Lula G. Rumble. Poor, $16.67; Gay M. An
derson, Clerk, $95.23 ; Vivian Kane, Clerk,
$57.12; George N. Peck, Co. Ct., $15.60;
Wells & DeLap, Audit, $200.00 ; Burroughs
Add. Mch. Co., Clerk Incidentals, $2.60;
Elbert L. Cox, Deputy Sheriff, $50.00; C.
W. Barlow, Clerk, $71.43; Mary Chaffee,
Clerk, $32.14; C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff,
$166.38; E. L. Cox, Salary, $99.72; Neva
Cochell, Salary, $74.72 ; J. J. Wells, Assess
or, $133.33; L. W. Briggs, Treasurer, $83.-
33; ucy Koagers, Sunt., 1133.33; W.
T. Campbell, Salary, $133.33 ; Henry How-
ell, Salary, $75.00 ; R. M. Rice, Physician,
$25.00 ; Sarah E. Ashbaugh, Old Age Pen.,
$8.00: W. H. Ayers, same, $7.50; J. W,
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liam C. Brown. lame. $10.00; W. W. Bran
non, same, $7.50; E. L. Berry, same, $1Q.
00: Frank Cramer, same, $9.00; George
Cass, same, $16.00; A. L. Cornett, same,
$10.00: James H. Cox, same, $16.00; Isa
bella Caldwell, same. $7.60: O. J. and E.
J. Cox, same, $15.00; C. H. Dillabough,
same, $7.60: F. E. and H. C. Gay. same,
$15.00: Josephine Graybeal, same, $10.00;
R. J. Howard, same, $9.00 : Adeline Howell,
same. $10.00; Chaa. Hackman, same, $10.
00 : Henry W. Howard, same, $15.00 : Nels
Johnson, same, $7.50 ; William McFerrin,
same, $12.60; Sam McDaniel, same, $8.00;
Frank Markham, same, $7.50 : L. F. Mark
ham, same, $7.60 ; Melissa Marlatt, aame,
$9.00; Charles O'Connor, same, $11.00;
W. P. Prophet, same, $8.00 ; W. A. Thom
as, same, $9.00 ; Sarah Thornburg, same,
$8.00; J. A. Walker, same, $10.00; H. H.
Weston, same, $7.50 : E. C. Watkins, same,
$7.60 ; Ferdinand Emberger, same, $6.00 ;
Anna M. Burchell, Wid. Pen., $10.00; 4
J. Wells, assessor, $76.00 ; Emily Peck,
Wid. Pen., $10.00; Anna R. Slanger, same,
$10.00 ; Ada T. Cason, same, $10.00 ; O.
Christopherson, same. $16.00 ; Nora Wilson,
same, $16.00; Izora Vance, same, $20.00;
V. S. Chaney. same, $16.00; Jeff D. Rule,
Old Aage, $25.00 ; Harmon Montgomery,
Old Age, $8.00 ; L. L. Hiatt, Poor, $20.00 ;
Lula G. Rumble, Poor, $66.67.
February Claims, General Road: C. R.
Langdon $20.36, Kenneth Oviatt $32.74,
Gay M. Anderson, Jr., $13.40, Gay M. An
derson $1.05, Heppner Elec. Works $4.67,
Pac. Pwr. & L. Co. $5.36, Thomson Bros.,
$1.90, Mark Weatherford $177.29, Beall
Pipe tt Tank Co. $12.90, Shell Oil Co.,
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$362.60; Honeyman Hardware Co., $11.60;
Ferguson Motor Co., $26.85 : Austin West
ern Rd. Mchy. Co.. $26.87 ; Dean Kngelinan,
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Goodman. $7.46; State Highway Com..
$1.74: R. A. Thompson. 230.00: Hender
son Bros.. $54.20 ; Hurley Akers, $8.96 : Earl
Blake, $64.46; City of Heppner, 11.6V;
Kilham Sty. 4 Prt. Co.. $42.01 ; F. W.
Turner, $103.50 ; C. A. Kane, $71.89: H.
Tamblyn, $68.04 ; Marion Hayden, (125.76;
Frank Gentry, $71.76; Paul Gravel), $2.24:
J. W. Van Cleve. $10.60: Henry Schwarl,
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kins, $61.62; Bill Schwart. $16.68; Henry
S. Taylor. $112.26 ; W. K. France, Jr., $26.
91 ; Earl Morgan, $17.92; Ezra Agee, $13 -44
; L. T. Coffman, $3.36 ; Carl Brankman,
$2.24 ; Harvey King, $2.24 ; Lewis Padberc,
$2.24 ; Ted Blake, $2.24 : Lonie Morgan,
$2.24; M. V. Nolan, $74.76 : Harold Peck,
$56.00 ; Ernest Heliker, $80.27 ; Donald
Heliker, $8.96; Otto Kurth, $32.47; L. N.
Morgan, $52.64 ; Dale Ray, $52.52 ; Geo. H.
Hayden, $105.37 : Albert Connor, $62.32;
Ralph Marlatt, $29.90: A. J. Chaffee, $101.
23: Chas. Williams, $39.74 : Vernon Mun
kers, $64.75 ; Glenn Sherer, $38.08 ; Earl
Blake. $62.45 ; Burley Akers, $6.72; Ed
Buschke, $31.47; Lewis Buschke, $6.72;
Willie G. Palmateer, $27.64 : J. E. Crab
tree, $8.83; D. C. Doherty, $24.66; W. T.
Doherty. $7.00: Valvoline Oil Co., $76.98 ;
A. R. Reid, $7.40 : Karl Beach Estate, $4.
90 ; The A. Lietz Co., $7.68 ; Sanders Mag
neto Service, $14.29; A. H. Nelson, $58.21;
Clarence Guber, $13.44; Otto Ruhl, $49.42 ;
Jack Allen Supply Co., $20.84 ; J. F. Mc
Millan, $56.14; Frank Shively, $50.65 ;
Howard Cooper Corp., $9.07 ; Mack Inter.
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Co., $16.08; Kenneth Oviatt, $30.00; Gay
M. Anderson. Jr., $5.00; State Industrial
Acc. Com., $88.18: A. M. Baldwin, $ .72;
C. R. Langdon, $5.00: Max Kelly. $21.28;
Dean Engelman. $23.03 ; Gay M. Anderson,
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iatt. $10.00: A. M. Baldwin. $11.10; G. W.
Hroadley, $44.89 ; Kenneth Warner, $13.48;
Dale Lane, $7.83 ; H. Tamblyn. $46.43.
February Claims, Miscellaneous: J.
Bechdolt. $141.96; Ralph Moore, $5.98; H.
Tamblyn, $i20.00; C. R. Langdon, $4.48;
Clarence Moore, $46.00 ; Laurence Flem
ing. $15.00; Earl Salmg, $10.00; E. Mc
Ferrin, $10.00; E. Moure, $16.00: State
Ind. Acc. Com., $1.3i ; Ivan Applegate,
21.84; Harry Duvall, $50.00; Bernard
Doherty, $25.00 ; Francis Doherty, $16.00 ;
W. Le Trace, $15.00; Hiram Johnson, $26.-
00 ; K. Bleukman, $2.24 ; Owen Bleakman,
$7.24 ; L. Evans, $4.48 ; H. Keithley, $2.24 ;
L. Moyer, $16.00; L. H. Bittner, $18.03;
K. Oviatt. $28.77; C. R. Langdon. $17.42;
Gay M. Anderson, Jr., $5.98.
February Claims, Mlscellanelua: J. E.
Craber. Sheep Killed, $207.60.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that under an ex
ecution duly issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for Morrow County
on the 12th day of March, 1935, pursuant
to a judgment and decree rendered in said
Court on the 11th day of March, 1935, in a
suit wherein Alice Gentry, plaintiff, recov
ered judgment against Verda O. Ritchie,
and George W. Ritchie, defendants, for the
sum of $1750.00, with interest from the 9th
day of September, 1932, at the rate of 8 per
cent per annum, the sum of $180.00, attor
neys fees, and S17.50 cost and directing me
to sell the following described real property
in Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit :
The east half of Section 29 in Town
ship two (2) South, Range 24 East of
NOW, in obedience to said execution, I
will on the 13th day of April, 1935, at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day at the front door of the Court
House at Heppner, Oregon, sell all of the
above described real property at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash and
apply the proceeds on said judgment and
accruing costs oi sale.
Dated and first published this 14th day of
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land
Uffice at The Dalles, Oregon, Feb. 16, 1936.
NO 1 ICE is hereby given that Guv L. Ar-
bogast, of Ukiah, Oregon, who. on July 11
lytt, maue .Homestead intry under Act
Dec. 29, 1916, No. 026667, for E. Sec.
T. 6 S., R. 30 E., Lots 1, 2, 8, Sft NE4,
Sfctt JNW4, JNfe BEtt, Section 1. Town'
ship 7 South, Range 30 East, Willamette
Meridian, has hied notice of intention to
make final Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Register,
United States Land Office, at The Dalles.
Oregon, on the 9th day of April, 1936.
Claimant names as witnesses:
E. R. Sch after, of Heppner. Oreiron. Jack
Hynd, of Cecil, Oregon; Asa Ar bogast, Jr.,
of Ritter, Oregon; Roy Jessen, of Ukiah,
W. F. JACKSON, Register.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
LYDIA MARTIN, Plaintiff,
ZENAS F. MARTIN, Defendant,
SUMMONS No. 3089.
To Zenas F. Martin, the above named de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer plaintiff's complaint filed
against you in the above entitled court in
or before four weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons upon
you, and if you fail to so appear or answer
the plaintiff will apply to the above en
titled court for the relief prayed for in
her complaint, to-wit : That the bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore existing
between you and plaintiff be forever dis
solved and that plaintiff have an absolute
divorce; that plaintiff have the custody and
control of Georgia Martin, and that you be
required to pay $16.00 per month for the
support of said child, and for such other
and further relief as the court may deem
This summons is served upon you by pub
Hcation thereof in Heppner Gazette Times,
a newspaper of general circulation, once
a week for four successive weeks pursuant
to an order of Hon. Wm. T. Campbell,
Judge of the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Morrow County, which order
is dated February 19th, 1936, and the date
of the first publication of this summons is
Febzruary 2 1st, 1936.
JOS. J. NYS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and postoffice address, Hepp
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
On the 16th day of March, 1935, at the
hour of 'I en o clock A. M. at the front door
of the Court House in Heppner, Oregon.
Morrow County, I will sell at auction to
the highest bidder for cash in hand the fol
lowing described real property located in
Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit:
Commencing at a point on the East
boundary line of the southwest quarter
of the Northeast quarter of Section
Two, Township Four South of Range
Twenty-seven, E. W. M., Forty rods
South of the center of said Northeast
quarter of Section Two, running thence
West on a straight line Eight hundred
Seventy-four feet, thence in a South
easterly direction on a straight line to
a point on the center Beet ion line Five
hundred Fifty feet East of the center
of said Section Two, thence West along
said center line to the center of said
Section Two, running thence South on
the center section line of Sections Two
and Eleven, said Township and Range,
to' the Southwest corner of the North
west quarter of the Southeast quarter
of said Section Eleven, thence in a
Southeasterly direction on a straight
line to the North west corner of the
Southwest quarter of Section Thirteen,
Batd Township and Range, thence South
on Section line to the Southwest cor
ner of said Section Thirteen, thenoe
East on section line to the Southeast
corner of the Southwest quarter of said
Section Thirteen, thence in a North
easterly direction on a straight line to
the Northeast corner of the Southwest
quarter of the Southeast quarter of
said Section Thirteen, thence North to
the Northeast corner of the Northwest
quarter of the Southeast quarter of
said Section Thirteen, thence in a
Northwesterly direction on a straight .
line to the Southeast corner of the
Southwest quarter of Section Twelve,
said Township and Range, thence in a
Northwesterly direction on a straight
line to the Northwest corner of the
Southeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter of said Section Twelve, thence
in a Northwesterly direction on a
straight line to a point on the East
boundary line of the Southwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter of Sec
tion Two, In Township Four South of
Range Twenty-seven, E. W. M., Forty
rods South of the center of said North
east quarter of said Section Two,
place of beginning;
Also, Southwest quarter of Section
Eighteen and the West half of the
Northwest quarter and the West Half
of the East half of the Northwest
quarter of Section Seventeen in Town
ship Five South of Range Twenty
eight, E. W. M.
Said sale Is made under execution issued
out of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Morrow, to me
directed in the case of .
State Land Board, a public corporation,
Harold A. Conn and Henry P. Cohn,
Executors of the Last Will and Tes
tament of Henrietta Cohn, Deceased ;
Harold A. Cohn and Helen Cohn. his
wife; Henry P. Cohn and Zara Cohn,
Ms wile; Elinor Page, a single wo
man ; W. T. Matlock ; and the County
of Morrow, Defendants.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow Cotinty, Oregon.
Estate of L. C. Hinhheimer,
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
In the County Court for Morrow County,
State of Oregon.
In the Matter of the Estate of L. C. Hlrsh
heimer (also known as Louts 0, Hirsh-heJnu-r).
Notice is hereby given that the under
eigned, as administrator of the estate of L.
C. llirHhheimcr, deceased, has filed his final
account in the County Court for Morrow
County, State of Oregon, and that Monday,
the 11th day of March, 1936, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M. and the county court
room in the county court house of Morrow
County, Oregon, has been appointed by said
court as the time and place for the hearing
of objection! thereto and the settlement
Dated and first published. February 7,
Date of last publication, March 7, 1935.
JOHN H. DUNLOP, Administrator.
G. B. CELLARS,
726 Failing Bldg., Portland. Oregon,
Attorney for Administrator.
W. L. BLAKELY
Connecticut! Mutual l ife Insure i Co.
Caledonian Fir. Insurance Co.
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HOTEL HEPPNER BUILDING
DR. E. C. WILLCUTT
(Over J. C. Penney Co.)
Farm and Personal Property
Sales a Specialty
O. L. BENNETT
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Beat the Band"
J. 0. TURNER
ATTORNEY AT IAW
Hotel Heppner Building
DR. RAYMOND RICE
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
First National Bank Building
Office Phone 623 Hohm Phone 821
DR. J. H. McCRADY
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON
Trained Norse Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
P. W. MAHONEY
Heppner Hotel Building
Willow St Entrance
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Omee in Court House
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