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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1935.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
EiUblisfaed March 10. 188 ;
THE HEPPNER TIMES.
tblhd Norwnbcr 18, 1887 ;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY It. Hit.
Published every Thursday morning by the
CRAWFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY,
and enured at the Poet Office at Heppner,
Oregon, as second-daw matter.
JASPER V. CRAWFORD. Editor
SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager.
ADVERTISING RATES GIVEN ON
Official Paper for Merrew Ceanty
Riding the Pendulum.
POLITICS aside, leading students
of the situation agree that the
pendulum is swinging out of the
deep throes of depression and is
headed for inevitable credit infla'
iton. To what heights the pendU'
lum will rise depends upon the
wisdom of the American people.
One does not need to look afar
to see much of truth in the asser
tion. In our own section, read
justment of credits, largely through
governmental financing agencies,
has brought people to face the fu
ture with confidence. This is re
flected in increased installment
buying of new commodities the last
few months, a practice nearly aban
doned in the readjustment period
of the last few years.
There is now no secret that the
last depression was caused by the
wind being taken out of the credit
inflation of 1928-29, symbolized
largely by the "stock market crash."
Realization of what dried-up credit
means came slowly to this section,
but was forcefully impressed as
one avenue of trade after another
hung out the sign, "We Sell for
Cash," and the strain broke the
backs of our banks.
It was the drying-up of the cred
it stream rather than any appre
ciable decrease in the volume of
money that caused the last de
pression. However, some students
mistook the situation as an off
spring of money, and bethought
themselves that the only way to
save the child was to suckle more
milk from its mother. Hence the
talk of making more money as the
only cure for depression.
Students who promote the credit
inflation idea, cite that under nor
mal conditions a very small propor
tion of trade is represented in
money transactions, and that cur
rency inflation is reflected in al
most directly equal rise in prices.
That credit inflation within
bounds is of benefit to business, has
been proved. It is in times of such
inflation that opportunity is afford
ed to market new ideas, new ser
vices and new goods. It is indicat
ed that people should prepare to
ride the pendulum, but they should
attempt to hold its course within
the bounds of economic and social
service. The credit wind in the bag
ol business should be held to a
point where it may not again tear
the fabric to shreds.
In death. His only surviving rela-
tives are a niece, Mrs. Ruth Ber-
ger, a grandniece, Ruth Ballenger,
and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Mae Mur
chie. Interment was in the Board-
Hermiston visitors Tuesday were
A.. B. Shannon, Mrs. Wm. Lilly and
son Eldon and Mrs. T. E. Hunt
Mrs. Klitz has received word
from her son Alton that he will be
stationed in Portland. Alton re
cently received appointment as
government inspector of mines for
Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
Elon Shannon left with Sommer
Robinson Saturday evening for
northern Idaho where they will
mine for gold.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Yennd of
Pullman, Wash., visited Saturday
at the A. R. Barlow home. Mr.
Yennd is assistant program direct
or of station KWSC.
Mrs. El via King accompanied her
sister to Gearhart Friday afternoon
where she will spend two weeks at
the home of her parents. Her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tagg, were un
able to attend the funeral.
Mrs. C. Berger, Maxine Ballen
ger and Janet Gorham returned to
Boardman Wednesday. Mrs. Ber
ger will paint the interior of the
home of the late Harry Murchie and
plans to rent it
Mr. Campbell of Portland attend
ed the funeral services of his friend,
Mr. King. Mr. Campbell has been
a guest at the King home during'
hunting season for a number of
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Sundsten and
children returned last Wednesday
from a trip to Chicago and Wiscon
sin. Mr. Sundsten's relatives live
in northern Wisconsin. They made
the trip by train.
Lowell Spagle was in town last
week on his return to Silver Falls
where he is mechanic in the CCC
camp. He was taking a truck load
of the boys back to the Falls after
they had driven trucks to a camp
east of here.
G. E. Sturm has been transierred
from the railroad tie crew to the
section and is working at te.
Mrs. Earl Cramer and Mrs. Flovd
Surface of Spokane accompanied
Rev. H B. Thomas to Boardman
Thursday to attend the funeral of
W. O. King. Rev. Thomas ,as
spending his vacation near Spo
kane when he was called back.
Mrs. Pat Pattee and children who
have been visiting at the Olson
home returned to Fossil Sunday.
The trustees and elders of the
Community church met at Irrigon
last Thursday evening with the
trustees of the Umatilla and Irri
A. E. Porter of Portland was a
Boardman visitor last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Macomber and
children spent Sunday at the Root
home. Mrs. Nate Macomber who
has been at the Al Macomber home
for the past three weeks returned
Lauren Blayden and family of
Kennewick are visiting at the
George Blayden home.
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
This community was saddened
last week by the death of two of
its citizens who have lived here for
W. O. King passed away Tuesday
evening at the Heppner General
hospital following an illness of
spleenomeglia. Funeral services
were held at the Boardman Com'
munity church Friday morning
with Rev. H. B. Thomas officiating.
Mrs. Floyd Surface accompanied by
Mrs. Earl Cramer sang "When I
Get to the End of the Way." The
services were largely attended by
friends and neighbors. Interment
was in the local cemetery.
Mr. King had been a resident of
Boardman for the past sixteen
years where he has been farming
on the east end of the project, and
for six years was teacher and
coach in the Boardman high school
and has always taken a great in
terest in the community work.
Mr. King was born eDcember 23,
1890, at Valley City, N. Dak. He
was a graduate of Oregon State
college where he was active in ath
letics. He was united in marriage
to Elvia Tagg at Gearheart June
18, 1918. He is survived by his
widow and four children, Francine
Ruth, Stanley and Bobby; his fath
er, P. O. King of Eugene; his broth
ers, Fred, Carl and Henry and a
half sister, Mrs. H. C. Stenhol of
North Dakota; his sisters, Mrs. W.
J. Seaver, Miss Annie King and
Mrs. G. R. Martin, all of Eugene,
and brothers, Bert of Portland and
Ed of Eugene. The community ex
tends its sympathies to the be
Harry Murchie, aged 75, passed
away very suddenly Thursday
morning at his home in Boardman.
Mr. Murchie had not been well for
several days but his death came as
a shock to friends. Neighbors were
with him when he passed away.
Services were held at the CommU'
nity church Friday afternoon. He
was born at Nevada City, Cal., in
1860, coming to Wasco in 1880 where
he lived a number of years before
going to Yakima. He came to
Boardman in 1919 where he has
made his home since. He was the
son of Mary Ann Nesbitt and An
drew Murchie. There were four
brothers and four sisters in the
Land Bank Loans
Now Paid in Cash
On Monday of this week the Fed
eral Land bank of Spokane re
turned, to its normal practice of
closing new loans in cash, as a re
sult of the ready demand for fed
eral farm mortgage corporation
bonds in the Investment markets,
according to a statement by Presi
ent E. M. Ehrhardt.
For the last year and a half the
Land bank has been exchanging its
own consolidated bonds for federal
farm mortgage corporation bonds
which are guaranteed both as to
principal and interest by the fed
eral government, and closing its
loans partly with mortgage corpor
ation bonds and partly with cash.
"One of the principal reasons for
using bonds In lieu of cash in mak
ing Land bank and Land bank com
missioner's loans," Mr. Ehrhardt
explains, "was to get a far-flung
distribution of them in rural dis
tricts. This has been well accom
plished, the bonds being well re
ceived by the public in general and
the farmers' creditors in particular."
camp filled as quickly as possible
and adding in the letter that the
Summer months were far better for
the Soil Conservation and Flood
Control works, than later in the
Court accepts cancellation of
Treasurer's bond from Metropoli
tal Casualty Company for J15.000.00
and accepts new bond from the Na
tional Surety Corporation of New
York for $35,000.00.
WARRANTS ISSCED ON GEN
ERAL FUND, JULY.
Old Age Pensions
S. Ashbaugh $8.00, W. H. Ayers
$7.50, J. W. Baird $9.00, J. D. Boo
her $12.00, E. Bennett 9.00, J. H.
Bellenbrock $9.00, Willis Bush $7.50,
W. C. Brown $10.00, W. W. Bran
non $7.50, E. L. Berry $10.00, T. L.
Barnett $9.00, C. G. Blayden $9.00,
F. Cramer $9.00, Geo. Cass $15.00,
A. L. Cornett $10.00, J. H. Cox $15.
00, L Caldwell $7.50, O. & E. Cox
$15.00, C. Dillabough $7.50, F. Em
berger $6.00, F. Gay $7.50, Jos. Gray
beal $10.00, E. Grotkopp $10.00, R.
J. Howard $9.00, A. Howell $11.00,
Chas. Hackman $10.00, H. W. How
ard $15.00, N.- Johnson $7.50, W. Mc
Ferrin $12.50, S. McDaniel $8.00, F.
& L. Markham $15.00, M. Harlatt
$9.00, C. O'Connor $11.00, W. P.
Prophet $8.00, H. Montgomery $8.00,
J. D. Rule $25.00, Nancy Robson
$8.00, Ruth Stevens $9.00, W. A.
Thomas $9.00, S. C. Thornburg $8.-
00, J. A. Walker $10.00, H. H. Wes
ton $7.50, E. C. Watkins $7.50, J. W.
A. Burchell $10.00, Virg. Chaney
$15.00, O. Christopherson $15.00,
Ada T. Cason $10.00, R. Ingrum
$10.00, Emily Peck $10.00, A. R.
Slanger $10.00, Grace Tyler $25.00,
Izora Vance $20.00, Nora Wilson
Mrs. Rumble $124.66, L. L. Hiatt
$20.00, City $3.25, W. O. Dix $30.91
Dr. Rice $15.00, Nat. Re. Service
$15.00, M. Bauernfeind $7.50, F
Leicht, $9.99, Phelps $1.82, Thomson
Bros. $6.20, C. W. Swanson $10.00,
P. P. & L. Co. $3.75, R. C. Lawrence
28.50, C. Beamer $7.50, W. T. Camp
bell $19.75,- H. O. Tenney $4.90, Mrs,
Foley $12.33, Patterson & Son $20,
75, A. E. Ritchie $60.00.
Tum-A-Lum $398.65, Harry Wells
$12.88, Santa Cruz Portland Cement
$103.96, John Eubanks $38.20, W. T.
Campbell $3.08, Alfred Womack
P. P. & L. Co. $49.38, E. L. Buck
num $30.55, C. W. Barlow $.50, Gil
liam & Bisbee $4.19, W. T. Camb
bell $3.08, City $11.70.
C. J. D. Bauman $72.80, Guy Bar
low $1.26, E. L. Cox $28.14.
Geo. N. Peck $65.26, F. S. Parker
$62.42, Gazette Times $15.60.
C. J. D. Bauman $28.78, Gazette
Times $4.80, Bushong & Co. $15.69,
N. Cochell $6.85, St. Ind. Acc. Com.
Valley Printing Co., Super
intendent $ 15.06
Gazette Times, Superinten
dent and Clerk 4.10
Dr. R. M. Rice, Physician 25.00
J. J. Wells, Assessor 149.02
A. D. McMurdo, Coroner 5.00
M. Clarke Webb, Sealer 11.53
Chas. B. Oral-, Sealer 2.19
Bushong & Co., Clerk 3.48
Ed Nunn, Emergency 16.67
W. Massey, Emergency 2.00
L. W. Briggs, Treasurer 6.70
Ore. State Agri. Col., Coun
ty Agent 1,075.00
Henry Stotts, Jail 36.00
M. D. Clark, Jail 7.48
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., Cur
rent Expense 44.15
C. W. Barlow, Current Ex
General Road Fund
Ferguson Motor Co. $15.49, A. R.
Reid $11.55,' Chas. Williams $3.65,
Oregon-Wash. Powder Co. $50.00,
Tum-A-Lum Lbr. Co. $11.25, Green's
Hardware $1.05, Service Tire Co.
$25.32, Feenaughty Mchy. Co. $32.
00, Geo. Hayden $88.04, Howard
Cooper Corp. $31.22, Valvoline Oil
Co. $76.99, Mack Int. Truck Co. $25.-
81, Wm. T. Campbell $3.57-, Pac. P.
& L. Co. $4.05, Thomson Bros. $1.80,
Charles Vaughn $5.70, C. W. Bar
low $4.24, John Day Truck Line
$18.30, A. R. Reid $123.06, K. Mc
Daniel $1.98. B. Shannon $34.33,
Albert Connor $42.04, Ralph Mar-
latt $41.82, Bert McDowell $17.91
Ralph Thompson $28.56, Raymond
Lundell $6.72, Wallace Lundell
$10.08, V. L. Warren $10.00, W. N,
Johnson $8.75, A. J. Chaffee $112.25,
Vernon Munkers $74.75, Glenn Sher-
er $56.00, Chas. Williams $39.74,
Willis Adkins $40.32, H. Tamblyn
$156.76, Ore., State Highway Com.
$59.22, City of Heppner $2.85, Ser
vice Tire Co. $92.65, K. Ovlatt $37.
74. C. R. Langdon $25.43, Frank
Shively $50.32, Gilliam & Bisbee
$81.54, C. A. Kane $25.70, A. E. Rit
chie $18.00, Willis Adkins $6.72, L.
N. Morgan $15.00, I. E. McConkie
$41.89, Dallas McDaniel $25.76, O.
B. Hottman $60.00, Earl Snell, Sec.
of State, $.50, State Ind. Acci. Com.
$35.23, Pac. Tel. & Tel Co. $2.75.
Market Road Fund
Ore.-Wash. Powder Co. $50.00,
Marion Hayden $166.40, Frank Gen
try $49.75, Marvin Morgan $66.76. L.
N. Morgan $89.12, Lester Gammell
$54.87, Frank Munkers $7.50, J. H.
Gentry $169.56, Dale Ray $82.28, W.
O. Reese $30.83, S. L. Giles $20.16,
Geo. H. Hayden $42.66, Ralph Mar-
latt $23.92, Albert Connor $23.92, H,
S. Taylor $121.23, M. V. Nolan $74.
75, Jack Stotts $56.00, Henry
Sch,warz $56.00, Bob Allstott, Jr.,
$94.08, K. Oviatt $25.00, H., Tam
blyn $100.00, State Ind. Acc. Com.
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TOWN AND STATE
Tramps Out Reed Canary Seed
Albany When Paul Ohling, Linn
county farmer, was ready this year
to harvest a seed crop from the
half acre of Reed canary grass that
he has had growing for the past
year or two on some of his low,
swampy ground, he became impa
tient with the usual slow method
of picking the individual heads ,y
hand, so he cut it with his binder,
as he would grain or rye grass.
Then came the problem of thresh
ing it, which with this crop is also
a slow, diflicul process using aver
age farm equipment. So Mr. Ohling
used his imagination. He spread
the grass over the barn floor and
walked over it each time he went
to feed his stock. He now has most
of the seed tramped out and lying
about an inch deep on the floor, ac
cording to County Agent Floyd
Mullen, who inspected it recently.
IS THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE
STATE OF OBEGON FOB MOB
MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, a Pub
lic Corporation and Political Sub
division of the State of Oregon,
Gideon Franzen. Columbus J. Gordon.
Dennis McNamee. B. G. Sigsbee Es
tate. Chas. H. Latourell, Emil Grot
koDD. Lena Owen Estate. Sara E. Mc-
Namer, George B. Noble, Peter O.
Borg Estate, Eliza Walbridge. Alice
B. DePew, Arthur Smith co F. W.
Turner, Sylva Caaon, Mary Ingrum,
The Adjustment Bureau of the Port
land Association of Credit Men, Hen
ry Slender. Hessie Kinney Estate, .
V. Gentry Estate, La Verne Van Mar
ter et ux, Ora M. Wyland, Pearl E.
Ferguson, W. E. Straight, A. R. Reid.
Elsie Ann Stevenson. Ida M. Fell.
Uzz French, Annie Healy, Martha
Reid. Henrv Schwartz. W. T. McKoD
erts, M. L. Case et ux, Frank W. Tur
ner, J. H. Cox. c. D. Turner -state,
Sarah H. Randall. James Cartv. E.
Nordyke, Carl L. Allyn, O. J. Cox et
ux, Henry Earl Warner, . u. McMil
lan, James H. Helms. Sarah Phillips,
Clark T. Davis. Minnie Nordyke et vir.
Charles R. McAlister, Belle Henfell,
Frank Engleman, J. W. Campbell, C.
W. Swanson. W. E. Bullard clo John
Farris, C. W. McNamer, Edna Hoss
ner Balcomb. E. J. Blake et ux. Ar
cher Rice, Clyde R. Walker, Louisa
B. Stringer, Bergena B. Randall, W.
P. A Delia McMillan, Ida M. Grabill,
J. H. Robnett. R. W. Sperry Estate,
Paul E. Lovell, Independent Ware
house Co. co Farmers Elevator Co.
of lone, Stella O'Meara, Laura E.
1 Wiggens, Ida B. Rolfson and Pente
costal Assembly. Robert Reitmann.
H. M. Blake. E. L. Padbere Estate.
Victor G. Peterson, George W. Rit-
cnie, arie a. srown et ux, Ida let'
cher, Harry D. Fletcher, Amanda
Corkhoff. Sarah Plggott, Lewis
Ball, Elmer Griffith, Sylvia J.
Stratton, Martha O'Shee, E, G.
Frank, Leila A Phelps, Guy L. Lee,
Percy E. Jones et ux, KalDti S. Da
vis. Chas. W. Goodwin, H. E. Muneer.
Margaret M. Klitz. F. F. Klitz, Eva
L. Warner, Emma E. Sherman. Frank
Smith, Alex Wilson, Edna M. Mathes,
Harry T. Murchie. J. C. A R. H. Mc-
Kean. H. A. Burnside, Carl W. Doer-
ine. Alice E. Miles, H. E. Warren,
Clara J. Voyen, W. W. Shaar, Effle
Maxwell, Lowell A. spagle, H. T.
Murchie, 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
FOR MONTH OF JULY
Court met in Heppner on the
3rd day of July, when were pres
ent: Wm. T. Campbell, Judge;
George N. Peck, Commissioner,
Frank S. Parker, Commissioner;
C. W. Barlow, Clerk; S. E. Notson,
District Attorney, C. J. D. Bauman,
Court approved, continued or dis
allowed claims presented against
The engineer's reports on vacation
of roads in Blackhorse, one-fourth
mile East Eightmile postoflice and
the petition of C. D. Huston and
others were ordered continued.
The court, having been Informed
that the CCC camp had been or
dered closed July 31st, took action
and wired Representative Walter
Pierce and also sent air mail let
ters to Representative Pierce and
Senators Stelwer and McNary ask
ing that the camp be kept open,
and to see If It were not possible
to nave the regulations, as to en
Adjustment Bureau of the Portland
Au.'n nt rVA,Ht Man
family who have all preceded him listments, modified so as to get the Waibrldge, Eliza , ,""T
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 Buclianon, 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 Beneflel et al, J. A. Fos
ter, George Blume, Thomas A Cronk
et ux, F. B. Swayze. Fred N. Cum
mings, Eliza J. Quinlin, 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 Jorgenson,
Made 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 Morsll Company, Stephen
J. Palahniuk 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
yoe, John Curran, T. J. Mahoney,
Oness V. Gibson, Philomath State
Bank. W. W. Graves, John Barker
Estate, Hattie Logan, Burrell Han
ville et ux 4 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 4 F. C Louise G. Mock,
W. H. Younger, 'Clyde W. Wagner A
Joe P. Brown, Frances H. Bryant,
Joseph Frlngle, Tunis D. Round,
First National Bank of Heppner,
James E. Eaton, W. P. Luttrell, Rob
ert A. Thompson, Victor Rosequist,
Claude L. Finley c0 W. B. Flnley,
M. Sepanek et ux. Federal Land
Bank of Spokane, P. T. Murphy,
Harry Levin, John G. Essex, Nels
Holmberg, James Farmer, Patrick,
Carty, Ernest (). Beckland, James
Flood Heirs, Charles Schmidt et ux,
Charles H. Schmidt, Frank Amato,
Michael Scpanek et ux, Otto Conrad,
Byron M. Thompson, Arthur W.
Spencer, Sadie Brumfteld, Peter Carl
Nelson. W. II Treisch. Bernard
Pundt co F. L. Phipps 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 Rletmann, 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 clo J. M. Al
len, Adolph Skoubo, A. D. Hubbell.
D. F. Ransier. W. A. Campbell Es
tate, Annie H. Betts, Frank L. Brown,
R. W. Courtwrlght, Jay A. Cox, Erne
J. Gilliam, John W. A Julia Lowry
A George C. Howard. Northern Pa
cific co Maurice Warren Howard.
David E. Lofgren et ux, Emma B.
Clarke et al, Martha White, T. A.
Clarke, Strong MacNaughton Trust
Co., Dunn Holding Co., F. L. Brown.
P. C. Hunter & Jos. K. McCune,
Chas. W. Beneflel, Mary M. McCoy,
J. J. Morgan, Frank A. Doble, Harry
Smith, Clara B. Smith. L.. D. Beavert
et ux, C, G. Betts, Lucy F. Rodgers,
Interior Warehouse Co., W. J. Blake,
Martha E. Stringer, Frank H. Lind
sey, Mary V. Burt, Mary E. Ball.
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
Maguire, 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 clo C.
W. McNamer, R. R, Van Horn, Rich
ard Jones, Jr Robert H. Zlnter,
Katherine B. Bowker, August Rah
ner, Bertha D. Gllman, W. L. Hen
nenhofer A Joseph A Robblns, W.
V. Glascock. Jacob A. Dexter, .J. L.
Gault Receiver First National Bank
of Heppner, Otha C. Stephens, George
W. Chapin Estate, F. M. Miller, Pat
rick Connell, C. A. Minor, First In
land National Bank of Pendleton.
Hugh Conner Estate, Ida L. Dyks
tra, Helen V. Knappenburg, J. A.
Woolery Estate, Margaret E. Bell,
Grace G. Gill. William G. Culick, Wil
liam Brownell, George A. Hill, C, A.
Repass Estate clo B. H. Bleakman,
W. P. Mahoney. Elmer McDaniel Es
tate, George Ashbaugh, Neva Arbo
gast. Central Pacific Lumber Co, D.
J. Conway, Lewis Cason, M. Cason A
W. Osten. John R. Ryerson, Benjamin
S. Cox, Thomas J. O'Brien, C. R. Mc
Ayeal et al. H. P. Bouffleur, A. S.
Dresser, Lena Johnson, Aztec Land
& Coal Co., Samuel L. Mason et ux,
James P. Leete, Irwin D. Wright,
The Chee Lumber Co., Clarence G.
Albertson, Laura M. Rose. Chas. E.
Miller Estate, Mrs. E. I. Hubbard et
al, Walter E. Gardner, James F. A
Beatrice Walsh, W. J.' Rush, Angle
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 Clerk 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 ior taxes for the year 1930 and
prior years, together with penalty, in
terest and costs thereon, upon real
firoperty situated in said county here
nafter described, which said respective
parcels of real property being assessed
hespectlvely 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
of 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 "OWRAN" 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 Quatd's" means Quaids Ad
dition to the City of Heppner; that
"Heppner Brown's means Brown's Ad
titlon to the City of Heppner; that
"Lexington Penland's" means Pen
land's Addition to the town of Lexing
ton; that "Lexington McAlister' s"
means McAl later' s Addition to the town
of Lexington; that "lone Sperry's"
means Sperry's Addition to the town
of lone; that "lone Wills" means Wills'
Addition to the town of lone; that
"lone Cluft'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 "McHaley. R. R. Tr.
means R. R. McHaley. Trustee of the
Estate of J. H. McHaley, 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-
Soslte and described in the column
eaded "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 81st 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 1936 Tax Boll
Description of Property
Gordon, Columbus J.
Sigsbee, B. G. Estate
Noble, George ......
Latourell, Chas. H .
Latourell, Chas. H
Heppner, S. 18 ft. 6 In 6f NV4
North 15 ft. 7 in. of Nft
East 99 feet
Owen, Lena Estate
McNamer, Sara E ...
McNamer, Sara E ..
McNamer, Sara E
McNamer, Sara E. .........
Noble, George B. .........
McNamer, Sara E.
McNamer, Sara E.
South of North hi .
South 36 feet
Borg, Peter O. Estate
GrotkopD, Emil .
DePew, Alice B.
8 except Tract No. 174
Heppner, South 39 feet
Hennner. North vr feet
Heppner, North 27 feet 13
Heppner. South M feet .- 14
Heppner, East 79 feet 4
Heppner, North 27 feet ........
Heppner, South 39 feet
Smith, Arthur, co F. W. Turner
uason, eyiva ....
Adjustment Bureau of the Portland
Ass'n of Credit Men ...
Stender, Henry .............
Kinney, Hessie Estate -......
Kinney, Hessie Estate ...............
Gentry, L. V. Estate
Van Marter, LaVerne et ux
Wyland, Ora M
Wyland, Ora M .
Ferguson, Pearl E. .
Ferguson, r"eari .
Heppner Ayers 2nd
Heppner Ayers 2nd
Heppner Ayers 3rd .
Heppner Ayers 4th .........
Heppner Ayers 5th
Heppner Jones . . 2 A 3
Heppner Jones 4 A 5
Heppner Morrows . 2 to 4 In
Heppner Morrow's - 84 9
Jicppner JohnRon N 62 ft o
Heppner Johnsons 13
Heppner Johnsons S 6 ft...... 14
Heppner Quaids . 2
Heppner Quaids S 10 ft. 3
..2 to 4 Inc. 4
..10, 11, 12 8
: 1 A 6 I
...8 4 9
1929 1928 19 1926 1928
I 12.52 13.42 $ 12.80 I 12.84 S 27.12
11.10 11.91 11.86 11.40 23.29
42.48 45.64 43.46 43.66 43.20
4.70 6.06 4.83 4.83 4.80
2.36 2.56 2.42 . 2.43 2.41
1.90 2.01 .96 1.92
47.20 60.69 48.30 19.36
2.83 3.04 2.90 2.91 2.88
1.18 1.26 1.21 1.21
1.18 1.27 1-1 1.22
Total Interest Amount
1924 1923 for all . te Penalty Cor. of
Years to 12-31-34 Delin.
91.82 $ 11.02 $ 102.84
172.51 20.70 193.21
24.75 2.97 27.72
328.52 39.42 867.94
23.76 2.86 26.61
68.02 8.96 64.98
48.35 5.80 64.16
29.16 3.50 32.66
14.65 1.76 18.41
7.78 .93 8.71
7.75 .93 8.71
6.28 .75 7.03
7.24 .87 8.11
7.74 .93 8.67
23.01 2.76 25.77
1.46 .18 1.64
117.65 14.12 131.77
205.06 24 61 ,229.66
24.76 2.98 27.72
17.64 2.10 19.64
6.09 .73 6.81
6.11 .73 6.84
3.72 .45 4.17
43.86 6.26 49.13
44.18 5.30 49.48
162.02 19.44 181.46
96.70 11.60 108.30
2.87 .34 8.21
6.83 .70 6.63
162.44 19.49 181.93
34.66 4.16 88.81
.91 .12 1.03
49.50 6.84 66.34
2.47 .30 2.77
148.67 17-4 160.91
4.96 .58 6.54