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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1935.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March SO, 188S;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
Established November 18, 1897 ;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 19 It.
Published every Thursday morning by the
CRAWFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY,
nd entered at the Post Office at Heppner,
Oregon, as second-class matter.
JASPER V. CRAWFORD, Editor
SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager.
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Official Paper for Morrow County
The Secretary's Visit
FOLKS of the Inland Empire had
more than a passive interest in
the only appearance made by Sec
retary Wallace in this section since
he became secretary of agriculture
in the Roosevelt cabinet. Since in
auguration of the triple-A pro
gram, activities of the secretary's
office have closely touched the lives
of our people, and the trip to Walla
Walla was motivated for many by
a desire to see their chief.
We wot they were not disappoint
ed. Large (verging on the raw
boned Lincoln type, though not
gangling), the secretary presented
a healthy sun-tan appearance. He
did not orate, but spoke convincing
ly in farmer-to-fanner fashion.
His appearance engendered con
He spoke slowly, at times delib
erating his words carefully; his
auditors tense to catch each suc
ceeding word. Sarcasm was em
ployed when reference was made to
newspapers, to the tariff and to the
late administration. A sense of hu
mor served to relax his audience on
one of the several occasions when
the amplifying system squawkel.
The secretary talked as though
sure of his ground. He presented
himself as the farmer's champion,
as he talked glibly of "farmers' ene
mies" though these enemies were
left in mysterious unnamedness. A
general would prove more effective
by pointing out the enemy his ar
my should attack. The vagueness
left a doubt as to the fearlessness
which typifies an heroic leader.
The secretary made reference to
his own early journalistic training.
He edited a farm magazine started
by his grandfather. Is it to be be
lieved that the professional ethics
which he learned vaunted no high
er teaching than that of berating
An oft' repeated adage of news
paperdom says, "No evil can with
stand the sunlight of truth." Mr.
Wallace would have been more con
vincing had he pointed out in what
respects the old system had fallen
down, and in what respect the New
Deal has bettered conditions. There
are those who believe the country
would have advanced farther with
out governmental interference with
and manipulation of either businet s
This newspaper has had no quar
rel with the secretary's program as
it affected this section. We have
conscientiously tried to do our bit
to bring it to successful fruition.
We respect the secretary's sincerity
and credit him with having the
welfare of the dirt farmer at heart
try, canned goods, sewing, and mis
Funeral services were held for
Mrs. E. H. Turner at the Commu
nity church Monday afternoon.
Rev. H. B. Thomas conducted the
services and Mrs. Coats and Mrs.
Gillespie offered vocal selections
accompanied by Miss Lois Messen
ger. Mrs. Turner passed away at
her home Saturday morning, July
20, after a lingering illness of near
ly four years. Interment was in the
Mrs. Bessie Lena Turner was born
in Connon City, Minn., on Decem
ber 5, 1870, and was united in mar
riage to Ernest H. Turner Novem
ber 27, 1889. They made their home
in the Palouse country and at lone
before moving to Boardman in 1931.
She leaves to mourn her loss her
husband, E. H. Turner, one daugh
ter, Blanche E. Lindstrom of Mor
gan, and four sons, Raymond H. of
lone, Ralph N. ot Sparta, Leon H.
and Alfred E. of Boardman, and
several grandchildren. She also
leaves a large circle of friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Hobson of Los An
geles visited Saturday at the Wm.
Strobel home. Mrs. Hobson is a
niece of Mrs. Strobel.
Jesse Deos of Willow creek was
in town Friday.
Mrs. Z. J. Gillespie and son Don
ald and Mrs. J. F. Barlow motored
to Hermiston Wednesday.
The cannery is in operation this
week with Claire Caldwell, Mrs.
Claude Coats and Mrs. A. B. Chaf
fee in charge. The cannery is
owned by the county and at the
present time is canning fruit, veg-
tables and meats for only those on
the relief list. A large amount of
canned food has been put out this
week. It is hoped that in the near
future that other people will be al
lowed to use this cannery on the
same basis that the Hermiston
cannery is operated.
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
Mrs. Gladys Fortier, Miss Norma
Gibbons and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Cramer left Wednesday morning
for Spokane where they will visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mrs. Ella Shell returned here to
her home Sunday evening after an
absence of five months. She has
been employed at Goldendale, Wn
Charles Dillon motored to Pen
dleton Saturday evening In his
truck and brought back four tons
of ice for the Oa3is service station,
Mike Healy of Portland is visit
ine relatives here this week.
T. E. Hunt who has been relief
foreman of the section at Earn
hardt has a permanent position on
the branch line from Bend. Mr
Hunt spent the week end here with
Joe White and Mr. Martin of Wil
lows were Boardman visitors Wednesday.
Miss Grace Broyles of Colfax Is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. Alvin
Dave Johnston of Portland spent
several days here last week.
Several men have been employed
by the relief this week and are at
work lowering the water pipes and
nutting In new culverts.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Assmussen and
.family spent Thursday here with
the George Blaydens. They were
returning from a trip to Yellow
stone National park.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barlow and
Chloe, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Dilla-
bough and Allan, and Mrs. Claude
Coats and Echo motored to Pen
dleton early Thursday morning
where Echo, Allan and Chloe had
their tonsils removed.
Plans are being made for the
North Morrow county fair which
will be held in Boardman at the
gymnasium September 20 and 21
The fair lists will soon be ready
and can be obtained at the postof
fice. Lets plan to make this the
biggest fair ever held here by bring
ing in your produce, livestock, poul-
By LUCILLE FARRENS
George Kirk, a resident of this
community for the past thirty years
or more, following the trade of
blacksmithing most of the time.
passed away at the Heppner hos
pital last Sunday evening, July 21
at the age of 65 years, following an
illness of about two years' duration,
suffering from a disease caused by
enlargement of the spleen. While
Mr. Kirk has been in poor health
all this time he took to his bed in
recent weeks and was cared for by
his wife and daughter, Mrs. Clair
Ashbaugh, at the latter's Heppner
Mr. Kirk was married to Miss
Clara Matteson of Heppner in 1898.
To this union two daughters were
born, namely Mrs. Clair Ashbaugh,
Heppner, and Mrs. James Hams,
Hardman, who with the widow sur
yive. There are also six grandchil
dren, Darrell, Vester and Lavern
Hams and Lois, Loel and Garnet
Ashbaugh. Funeral services were
held Wednesday afternoon at the
Christian church in Heppner and
interment was at the cemetery
there. Kindly thoughts of sympa
thy are extended to the family by
Hardman in this hour of bereave
Mrs. Robert Allstott of Heppner
is spending a while with her daugh
ter and children, Mrs. Robert Burn
side, Melba and Bobby Dean.
Miss Zetta Bleakman is working
for Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Adams.
Mrs. Archie Barnard spent from
Friday until Monday with her fa
ther, B. F. Devore from her home
at The Dalles. Miss Loye, who
motored her mother up from The
Dalles, returned the same day, tak
ing Miss Dolly Farrens home with
her. Miss Dolly spent the time with
Miss Loye while Mrs. Barnard was
Mrs. Walter Farrens and Roland
are making ,an indefinite stay with
husband and father near Ditch
Mrs. Bernard Bleakman reports
a pleasant visit from an uncle from
Bellingham, Wn., one day last week
Mrs. Raymond McDonald visited
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Musgrave at
the Parkers Mill ranch last week
for a few days.
Haying is under way on Hard
man farms and nearby ranches.
Mrs. Anna Byland has moved to
Heppner, having spent the winter
in Hardman for the past ten years
or so. She will be missed by Hard
J. C. Walker has been enjoying
trips to Rhea creek each day of the
week, the result of a Job offered him
by the state counting the cars
which pass the bridge each day.
Mr. Walker, who is a crippled man
does not often get away from home
and thinks it great sport, he says
Mrs. Blaine Chapel motors M
Walker to the bridge each day.
Max Buschke and Charley Mc
Daniel have employment at Ant Hill
and Red Hill respectively as look
out men. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wright are
at their Hardman ranch overseeing
the haying which is in progress
Most of the men have been fight
ing Are this week. One fire was at
Wall creek and one at Camas prai
rie. The latter was set by lightning.
Owen Leathers herded sheep a
few days last week on Arbuckle
mountain for Harvey Harshman.
When he returned Carey Hastings
took the job.
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Mrs.
Charlie McDaniel and Mrs. Wes
Stevens were among the Hardman
people attending the funeral of the
late George Kirk.
Mr. Time was calling In town last
'arm Price Level Drops
But Income to Advance
Farm prices took a drop of four
points from mid-May to mid-June
on the national price level index
just received by the Oregon State
college extension service from
Washington, D. C. This official
data, showing a drop from 108 to
104 confirms the recent estimate
made by the extension economist
Total farm income in June 1935,
however, is expected to exceed June
last year as the general farm price
index in June 1934 was 85 against
104 this year, and AAA rental and
benefit payments are expected to be
somewhat greater for June 1935
than in June 1934,
The index of prices paid by farm
ers stood at 127 at mid-June, the
same as in March, making the in
dex of the purchasing power of
farm products 82 per cent of pre
war parity compasjed with 85 at
mid-May and 70 in June a year ago.
The principal weakness in farm
prices developed in truck crops,
with that index down 31 points
during the month. The grain group
index went down 10 points, and
dairy products down 7. Other
group indexes were not materially
changed, although some individual
items moved up and some down
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H. E. COLE, Heppner
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COMMON CAUSE OF
One of the chief causes of premature gray.
ness, falling hair and ultimate baldnrsa is
lack of circulation in the scalp.
To overcome this and bring an abundant
supply of blood to nourish the hair roots,
massage scalp at ninht with Japanese Oil,
the antiseptic counter-irritant.
Thousands of men and women report amai
inf results in stopping falling hair, grow
ing new hair on bald areas and in eliminat
ing dandruff and itching tcalp.
Tananese Oil costs but 60c at any dnia-
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the country, farm production and
income is expected to approach nor
mal more generally than last year.
If growing conditions are about
normal during the remainder of the
season, and allowing for a normal
carryover of certain products at the
end of the season, the total supply
of food for domestic use in 1935 Is
expected to be approximately one
per cent greater than the 1929-1934
average, compared with nearly 8
per cent shortage in 1933 and 4 per
cent shortage in 1934, according to
information from the U. S. Bureau
of Agricultural Economics. The
supply of meats, poultry, and eggs
will be a little short, but most oth
er food groups will be above the
average, according to present pros
pects. FORMER RESIDENT HONORED
Frank L. Christenson, former
lone druggist was recently honored
by election to presidency of the Ida
ho board of pharmacy. Mr. Chris
tenson is now proprietor of the
Idanha pharmacy at Lewiston. Be
sides his election as president he
was named delegate to represent
the state board at the meeting of
the National Association of Boards
of Pharmacy to be held in Port
land, August 4 to 10. An item from
a Lewiston newspaper states Mr.
Christenson went to Pocatello to
assist with examination of 17 phar
macy graduates of the southern
branch of the. University of Idaho.
He is a representative from Nez
Perce county in the Idaho legisla
ture, and paid tribute to the Idaho
school of pharmacy as beng eighth
ranking school in the United States.
It has 135 students, with graduates
in demand all over the United
States. Calls , came last year for
40 more students than were gradu
ated, and all of this year's crop are
already spoken for. While in the
south Mr. Christenson visited Ru
pert, Burley, Boise and Twin Falls,
and reported "Southern Idaho seems
in better condition this year than
for several years, and crops are
Heppner Gazette Times
offers to subscribers, new or old
, Another shift of residences oc
curred this week when the Dr.
Wheat prices, moving toward a new Richard C. Lawrence family moved
crop basis, lost over 10 cents a bu
shel during the month, reaching a
level nearly 2 cents under June
1934, while butterfat prices declined
nearly 4 cents to a level about 1.5
cents over June 1934.
'The farm price situation in the
country as a whole suggests a June
farm price level for Oregon of
about 65 per cent of the 1926-1930
average, compared with 58 in June
1934 and 96 as the 'parity level,"
says L. R. Briethaupt, college ex
tension economist "On this basis,
the average purchasing power of
farm products in Oregon appears to
be scarcely 70 per cent of 'parity,'
compared with 82 for the nation as
On the other hand, Oregon far
mers have had a more nearly nor
mal volume of produce to market
during the past year than farmers
had in many states. Owing to more
favorable growing conditions over
Jo the Dick Wells house in south
Heppner, and the John Anglin fam
ily moved into the Daisy Shively
house formerly occupied by the
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MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, a Pub
lic Corporation and Political ud
division of the State of Oregon,
Gideon Franzen. Columbus J. Gordon.
Dennis McNamee. a. G. sigsDee es
tate. Chas. H. Latourell, Emil Grot
kopp, Lena Owen Estate, Sara E. Mc
NAmir Georee B. Noble. Peter O.
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The Adjustment Bureau of the Port
land Association of Credit Men, Hen
ry Stender, Heasie Kinney Estate. L.
V. Gentry Estate. La Verne Van Mar
ter et ux, Ora M. Wyland, Pearl E.
Ferguson, W. E. Straight. A. R. Retd,
Elsie Ann Stevenson. Ida M. Fell.
Uzz French. Annie Healy. Martha
Reid, Henry Schwartz, W. T. McRob
erts, M. L. Case et ux, Frank W. Tur
ner, J. H. Cox, C. D. Turner Estate,
Sarah H. Randall. James Cartv. E.
Nordyke, Carl L. Allyn, O. J. Cox et
ux, Henry Earl Warner. E. D. McMil
lan. James H. Helms. Sarah Phillips,
Clark T. Davis, Minnie Nordyke et vir,
Charles K. McAIister. ueiie Henieu,
Frank Engleman. J. W. Campbell, C.
W. Swanson. W. E. Bullard do John
Farris. C. W. McNamer. Edna Hoss
ner Balcomb. E. J. Blake et ux. Ar
cher Rice. Clyde R. Walker, Louisa
a. stringer, uergena a. rtanaaii, w.
P. A Delia McMillan, Ida M. Grabill,
J. H. Robnett. R. W. Sperry Estate.
Paul V. Lovell. independent ware
house Co. co Farmers Elevator Co.
of lone, Stella O'Meara, Laura E,
Wiggens. Ida B. Rolfson and Pente
costal Assembly, Robert Reitmann,
H. M. Blake. E. L. Padberg Estate,
Victor G. Peterson, George W. Rit
chie. Earle A. Brown et ux. Ida Flet
cher, Harry D. Fletcher, Amanda
Corkhoff. Sarah Piggott, Lewis
Ball. Elmer Griffith, Sylvia J.
Stratton. Martha O'Shee, E. G.
Frank. Leila A. Phelps. Guy L. Lee,
Percy E. Jones et ux, Ralph S. Da
vis. i;nas. w. uooawin, tt. ri. Munger,
Margaret M. Klitz, F. F. Klitz. Eva
L. Warner. Emma E. Sherman, Frank
Smith, Alex Wilson, Edna M. Mathes,
Harry T. Murchle, J. C. A R. H. Mc-
Kean. H. A. Burnside, Carl W. Doer-
ing. Alice E. Miles, H. E. Warren.
Clara J. Voyen, W. W. Shaar. Effle
Maxwell, Lowell A. Spagle, H. T.
Murchle, May C. Kennedy, J. F. Gor
ham. Ruth N. Ballenger, Mary A.
Hein. Mrs. Flora Snively. Marvel H.
Gorham. May Chaffee, W. A. Price
et ux, Clair P. Harter Weston, Annie
Marshall Estate, James McNamee,
Annis Weston, H. H. Weston, Ella R.
Walpole Estate, Etha M. Walpole,
Mrs. L. M. Cook, W. R. Walpole Es
tate, May Buchanon, Clifford H. Cald
well, W. J. Locke, J. F. Portfors,
Sue P. Wadsworth, W. L. A Orlena
M Suddarth, Frances F. Kessler.
Charles C. Quimby, William H.
Pierce, C. W. Mann, L. V. Wood
ward et vir, C. E. Knight, Lee Gray
beal, Ralph Benefiel et al, J. A. Fos
ter, George Blume, Thomas A. Cronk
et ux. F. B. Swayze, Fred N. Cum
mings, Eliza J. Qutnlin. A. Jorgen
son, G. W. Davis, Debbie Bell Mc
Cune, D. F. Glover, T. J. George et
ux, Catherine Ives, J. E. McCoy, Mar
tin Gilbertson, Andrew Jorgenaon.
Macie Charles Allen, C. W. Card, Mrs.
Hugh Grim, D. H. Burroughs, Mary
Parker Blount, W. E. Dagget, Clyde
Enoch, Obed I. Miller, Guy Corey
Estate, Q. C. English Trustee, J. L.
Munroe, R. F. Williams, D. Scharn
horst, Ralph G. Walpole, Frank B.
Swayze, B. B. Lane, J. A. Smith
Trustee, Hugh W. Grim, J. L. Eg
bert, S. W. Adams, Ethel McDaniel,
F. N. Adams. Charles Hackman, W.
P. Prophet, E. E. Bleakman Estate,
Ben DeVore, Gilliam & Bisbee, Em
mit Odell, J. C. Swift, William Hen
drix, B. F. De Vore, John C. Smith,
E. L. DeLashmutt, Maude Howell,
Artie Brown Estate, W. D. Ingrum
Estate. Prophet & Miller, J. R. Cart
wright, The Morsil Company, Stephen
J. Palahnluk et ux, Robert S. Ballin
ger, Gustav Freiwald Estate, Law
rence C, Butt, C. W. Barzee, Samuel
R. Spencer, C. J, Latham, H. F. De
voe. John Curran. T. J. Mahoney,
Oness V. Gibson, Philomath State
Bank. W. W. Graves, John Barker
Estate. Hattie Logan, Burrell Han
ville et ux A Herbert Crouse et ux,
W. H. Macomber, W. F. Schuller,
Neil Doherty, Samuel Walker, Thom
as McEntire, Wilda Siegmund, Ver
mont Loan & Trust Co., Violet L.
Tibbetts & F. C & Louise G. Mock,
W. H. Younger, 'Clyde W. Wagner
Joe P. Brown, Frances H. Bryant,
Joseph Pringle, Tunis D. Round,
First National Bank of Heppner,
James E. Eaton, W. P. Luttrell, Rob
ert A. Thompson, Victor Rosequlst,
Claude L. Finlev do W. B. Finlev.
M. Sepanek et ux, Federal Land
Bank of Spokane, P. T. Murphy,
Harry Levin, John G. Essex, Nels
Holmberg. James Farmer, Patrick,
Carty, Ernest O. Beckland, James
Flood Heirs, Charles Schmidt et ux,
Charles H. Schmidt, Frank Amato,
Michael SeDanrk et ux. Otto Conrad.
Byron M. Thompson, Arthur W.
Spencer, Sadie Brumfield, Peter Carl
Nelson. W. H. Trelsch. Bernard
I'undt co F. L. Phlpps Trustee, Anna
E. Schmidt, Castle Rock Land Asso
ciation, Sarah A. Broyles, Lizzie Gor
don, Samuel S. Hoover. Genevieve Is
rael. J. D. Jenkins. B. B. Luten, Wil
liam C. Kiesel, The Misses Mather,
John Storseth, Margaret Decker, May
DeYoung. L. M. Burnell, Calvin D.
Farrand, Vere Cummins, Solomin C.
Cummins, Victor Rietmann. George
Gorger. Franz Krause, Central Trust
Co., Peter Kilkenny, DeFranq A
Moore, A. A. Porter, George Rupp
recht, Douglas A. Wade et ux. Mrs.
L. A. Deos Estate. H. H. Schissler,
George M. Cole Estate, Ople L. Wag
goner, Wm. S. Stephens et ux,
Charles Leadbetter, David W. Burle
son co Klein Realty Service, S. A. D.
Gurley, J. H. Pruter et ux, Elizabeth
S. Thomas Ex. J. C. Bills, T. J. Brice,
W. R. Walpole co Ira A. Berger,
Charles Jaeckel, Ernest Jaeckel, Al
bert B. Moses, L. E. Bisbee, W. N.
Jones, S. H. Boardman c o J, M. Al
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D. F. Ransler, W. A. Campbell Es
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R. W. Courtwrlght, Jay A. Cox, Effle
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A George C. Howard, Northern Pa
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David E. Lofgren et ux, Emma B.
Clarke et al, Martha White, T. A.
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Chas. W. Benefiel, Mary M. McCoy,
J. J. Morgan, Frank A. Doble. Harry
Smith, Clara B. Smith, L.. D. Beavert
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Interior Warehouse Co., W. J. Blake,
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Selma Anderson Ex., Frank H. Watts,
Mathlas Halvorsen. George A. Pet
teys, Frederick Raymond et al, Vol
mer Clearwater Co., Charlotte A.
Chambers, Emma A. Evans, W. B
Tucker, Joseph B. Kenny, Michael
Magulre, John Stewart, Frank A.
Young, L. R.. A Leota French, E. Sink
et ux, Clarence N. Canning, Carl J.
Peterson, H. J. Blddle et ux, Robert
E. Green, L. V. Gentry Estate do C.
W. McNamer, R. R. Van Horn, Rich
ard Jones, Jr. Robert H. Zinter,
Katherine B. Bowker, August Rah
ner. Bertha D. Gllman, W. L. Hen
nenhofer A Joseph A. Robbins, W.
V. Glascock. Jacob A. Dexter, j. L.
Gault Receiver First National Bank
of Heppner. Otha C. Stephens, George
w. unapin Kstate, M. Miller. Pat-
rick Connell, C. A. Minor, First In
land National Bank of Pendleton.
Hugh Conner Estate, Ida L. Dyks-
tra. Helen v. rinappenDurg, J. A.
Woolery Estate. Margaret E. Bell.
Grace G. Gill, William G. Cullck, Wil
liam Brownell, George A. Hill, C. A.
Repass Estate do B. H. Bleakman.
W. P. Mahoney, Elmer McDaniel Es-
tate, George Ashbaugh, Neva Arbo
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Miller Estate, Mrs. E. I. Hubbard et
al, Walter E. Gardner, James F. a
Beatrice Walsh, W. J. Rush, Angie
Leonard et vir, and any other person
or persons owning or claiming to
own, or having or claiming to have,
any interest in or to the real estate
hereinafter described, Defendants.
APPLICATION FOB JUDGMENT
FORECLOSING TAX LIENS.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE.
To each and all of the defendants
named in the foregoing Title:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You and each of you are
hereby notified that Morrow County,
Oregon, is the holder of Certificate of
Delinquency No. 2688. Issued on the
31st day of December. 1934, by the
sheriff and tax collector of Morrow
County, Oregon, and duly filed for
record by the Cierk of said county on
the 6th day of July. 1935, which said
Certificate is in the amount of $53,274.79,
being the amount then due and delin
quent tor taxes for the year 1930 and
prior years, together with penalty, in
terest and costs thereon, upon real
property situated In said county here
inafter described, which said respective
Karcels of real property being assessed
espectlvely to you as is hereinafter
set forth in this summons.
You and each of you are further noti
fied that in the subjoined tabulation of
this summons the left hand column of
said tabulation under the words "Pres
ent Owner" Is the name of the person
or persons appearing on the latest tax
roll In the hands of the sheriff for col
lection as the owner or owners of said
property described in the column next
following; that the column next fol
lowing under the word "Description"
shows and properly alleges the descrip
tion of the several tracts of land herein
referred to; that In the said descrip
tion the abbreviation "DR" means
Deed Record and the figures imme
diately following said abbreviation in
dicates the number of the book of the
Deed Records and the number follow
ing the hyphen following the number
ot the book indicates the page of such
book where the deed referred to is re
corded; the capital letters "N", "S",
"E", and "W" mean North, South, East
and West; the abbreviation "Ft" means
feet; that "0WR4N" means Oregon
Washington Railroad A Navigation
Company; that "R of W" means right-of-way;
that "tr" means tract; that the
abbreviation "Inc" means inclusive;
that "Heppner Looneys" means Loon
ey's Addition to the town of Heppner;
that "Heppner Mt. Vernon" means Mt.
Vernons Addition to the City of Hepp
ner; that "Heppner Ayers" means Ay
ers' Addition to the City of Heppner;
that "Heppner Jones" means Jones' Ad
dition to the City of Heppner; that
"Heppner Morrow" means Morrow's
Addition to the City of Heppner; that
"Heppner Johnson' means Johnson's
Addition to the City of Heppner; that
"Heppner Quuid's" means Qualds Ad
dition to the City of Heppner; that
"Heppner Brown's" means Brown's Ad
tition to the City of Heppner; that
"Lexington Penland's" means Pen
land's Addition to the town of Lexing
ton: that "Lexington McAIister' s"
means McAlister's Addition to the town
of Lexington; that "lone Sperry's"
means Sperry's Addition to the .town
of Inne; that "lone Wills" means Wills'
Addition to the town of lone; that
"lone Cluff's" means Cluff's Addition
to the town of lone; that "lone Hal
vorsen's" means Halvorsen's Addition
to the town of lone; that "Hardman
Royse's" means Royse's Addition to
the town of Hardman; that "Hardman
Ferguson's" means Ferguson's Addi
tion to the town of Hardman: that
"Hardman Adams' " means Adams' Ad
dition to the town of Hardman; that
the abbreviation "2nd", "3rd", etc., fol
lowing the additions Indicated means
the "second addition", "third addition",
etc.; and that "McIIaJey, R. R. Tr.'1
means R. R. Mcllaley, Trustee of the
Estate of J. H. Mcllaley, deceased.
Following each description in said tab
ulation, and reading from left to right,
the column headed with the word
"Sec" or "Lot" means section or lot
number; and the column headed "Twp"
or "Blk" Indicates Township or Block;
and the column headed "Range" Indi
cates Range East of the Willamette
Meridian; and the columns headed 1930.
1929, 1928, 1927, 1926. 1925, 1924, and 1923
represent the tax assessed for the said
year; and the column headed "Total for
all years" represents the amount of the
taxes assessed against the property op
posite and described In the column
headed "Description," for 1930 and prior
years; and the column headed "Penalty
and Interest" Indicates the penalty and
accumulated Interest at 8 per cent per
annum on the respective amounts from
the date of delinquency to the 31st day
of December, 1934; and the words
"Amount for which certificate was Is
sued" In the column following repre
sents the total tax due, including pen
alty and Interest, to the 31st day of De
To Whom Assessed on 1935 Tax Boll
Description of Property
or or Rng.
& Penalty Cer. of
to 12-31-34 Delin.
Franzen, Gideon -
Gordon, Columbus J
McNamee, Dennis ....
Slgsbee, B. G. Estate ....
Latourell, Chas. H .
Latourell, Chas. H
Gotkopp, Emil ,
Owen, Lena Estate .....
McNamer, Sara E
McNamer, Sara E
McNamer, Sara E
McNamer, Sara E ....
Noble, George B
McNamer, Sara E
McNamer, Sara E ....
Borg. Peter O. Estate ..
Grotkopp, Emil .
DePew, Alice B.
Heppner, S. 18 ft. 6 in of N14
North 15 ft. 7 in. of N&
East 99 feet
Smith, Arthur, co F. W, Turner
Cason, Sylva -
Adjustment Bureau of the Portland
Ass'n of Credit Men
Stender, Henry .......
Kinney, Hessle Estate .......
Kinney, Hessie Estate
Gentry, L. V. Estate .
Van Marter, LaVerne et ux
Wyland, Ora M . ..
Wyland. Ora M
Ferguson, Pearl E.
South of North Vi 9
South 36 feet 6
SVi except Tract No. 174 4
Heppner, South 39 feet 9
Heppner, North 27 feet 10
Heppner, North 27 feet . 13
Heppner, South 39 feet U
Heppner, East 79 feet 4
Heppner, North 27 feet 2
Heppner, South 39 feet 3
Heppner Ayers 8 A 9
Heppner Ayers - lo
Heppner Ayers 2nd 1
Heppner Ayers 2nd 12
Heppner Ayers 3rd J
Heppner Ayers 4th 67
Heppner Ayers 6th 2
Heppner Morrows ....2 to 4 Inc. 4
Heimnpr ftlnrr.m,'. 8 A ti '4
Heppner Johnson N 52 ft ... 6 1
Heppner Johnsons 13
Heppner Johnsons S 6 ft 14 1
Hermner QuhIiIk 2 2
Ferguson, Pearl E Heppner CJuaids S 10 ft 8 2
Adjustment Bureau of
Ass n of Credit Men
Heppner Qualds ...
.10, 11. 12 8
. 4 A 6 1
12.62 13.42 12.80 S 12.84 S 27.12 t $ $ 91.82 t 11.02
11.10 11.91 11.35 11.40 23.29 172.51 20.70
42.48 45.54 43.46 43.56 43.20 43.91 44.10 328.52 39.42
28.32 58.02 6.96
23.60 48.35 5.80
4.70 6.05 4.83 4.83 4.80 29.16 3.50
2.36 2.65 2.42 2.43 2.41 14.65 1.76
1.90 2.01 .96 1.92 7.78 .93
3.77 ' 7.75 .93
8.07 6.28 .75
8.63 7.24 .87
8.77 7.74 .93
.71 1.46 .18
47.75 ' 117.65 14.12
47.20 60.59 48.30 19.36 205.05 24 IU
2.83 8.04 2.90 2.91 2.88 17.54 2.111
1.18 1.26 1.21 1.21 6.U9 .73
1.18 1.27 L21 1.22 6.11 .73
14.16 43.80 5.26
14.16 15.17 44.18 5.30
51.93 66.64 162.02 19.44
47.20 , 96.70 11.60
1.41 2.87 .84
1.86 2.00 5.83 .70
79.29 162 44 19.49
46.04 49.36 143 67 17.24