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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1935.
THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Eatabliahed March M, 1881;
THE HEPPNER TIKES.
Established November 18. 18S7 ;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 16.
Published every Thursday morning by the
CRAWFORD PUBLISHING COMPANY,
and catered at the Past Office at Heppner,
Oregon, aa eecond-cla&a matter.
JASPER V. CRAWFORD. Editor
SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager.
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In This Age of Civilization
MANY pages of history have been
turned since that first boatload
of Pilgrims landed at Plymouth
Rock to establish a colony where
they might practice their religious
beliefs after the dictates of their
own conscience, and thus to set a
new precedent for religious toler
ance in the world. They, and those
who followed them, of whatever
sect or cult, found in America the
opportunity for religious freedom
which they desired; and so firmly
did they establish the custom that
the right was written into the con
stitution when the United States
government was organized. Hence,
we of America today can little real
ize that such a thing as religious
persecution still exists upon the face
of the globe.
Only when the fact Is brought
close to home, as it was this week
ia letters received by Mayor Jones
from relatives of the late Henry
Heppner, the city's godfather, is
there aroused more than a super
ficial interest in what often appears
to be nothing more than sensational
The appeals contained in the let
ters (in this issue) of Adolph Hepp
ner and Luise Hepner reveal an un
believable plight among the ortho
dox Jews in Germany. Faced with
expulsion from the German business
world, they must look elsewhere for
a home. That they look to Heppner
as a land of promise is undoubtedly
explained by the impressions left
through the city's godfather whose
success here is attested by the mon
ument left him in the city's name.
Such an appeal seems altogether
out of place in this era of civiliza'
tion. It seems almost fantastic to
those of us in America who live un
fettered by autocratic rule. Yet
there is no denying it. In America
good citizens of whatever creed are
honored. Those who have equipped
themselves to contribute to the good
of society by attaining to the high
professions of pharmacy and medl
cine would be a benefit to any con
munity. Though the opportunity
hoped for may be lacking here,
there is no doubt that the German
Heppners would be a welcome asset
to the city founded by their relative.
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
The Ladies Aid social meeting
was held at the home of Mrs. Glen
Hadley Wednesday afternoon. Af
ter the business meeting refresh
ments were served by the hostesses,
Mrs. Hadley, Mrs. J. E. Barlow and
Mrs. Nick Faler.
Mrs. George Spring of Portland
spent the week end here at the Nick
Miss Norma Gibbons of Pine City
spent the week end here with her
mother, Mrs. Gladys Fortier.
Mrs. Charles Dillon and Mrs. W.
A. Baker entertained at the Baker
home Friday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Louis Bush. A number of
dies were present and enjoyed the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nickerson
and Edith have moved to their home
in town from the Royal Rands
ranch where they have been during
Miss Elsie Wilson of Hood River
spent last week here at the home
of her parents.
A birthday surprise party was
given for Teddy Wilson last Tues
day evening and a number of hign
school students were present The
were Swan Lubbes, Warren Dillon,
Stanley and John Partlow, Peter
Farley, Virginia Compton, Janet
Gorham, Mildred Ayers and La
Verne Baker. Refreshments were
served late in the evening.
Miss Gladys Wilson of Vale, old
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Wilson of Boardman, was united
in marriage last month to Wm.
Morrison of Vale. Mrs. Morrison
is a graduate of Boardman high
school and is well known here.
Mr. Black and son motored to
Astoria over the week end.
Mrs. Slanger who is' ill at La
Grande was taken worse Thursday
and her children, Helen of Hood
River and Fred of Boardman, were
called. At the present time she is
still very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Macomber of
Heppner and Mrs. Leo Root and
Mrs. Ed Barlow of Boardman mo
tored to Yakima valley over the
MisB Jeanette Turner, Mlsg Clara
Ruff, Miss Vivian Johnston and
Mis Mary Harney motored to
By LUCILLE FARRENS
An Armistice program was held
at the school Friday afternoon by
the high and grade schools. Sev
eral parents were present
A social dance was given by the
Odd Fellows at their hall Monday
evening. A good time was had by
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bleakman and
Neva, Mrs. George Bleakman and
Harry Peterson from Heppner at
tended the dance here Monday eve
ning. Frances Inskeep is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Murl Bennett from
Portland were guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bleakman
Lucille Farrens is spending the
week in Heppner visiting with her
cousin, Mrs. Russell Wright
Mrs. J. B. Adams spent a few
days last week in Heppner at the
home of Mrs. Corda Saling.
Miss Zetta Bleakman and Bill
Buschke were visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swift Sat
urday. Miss Murl Farrens spent the week
end with Mrs. Ethel McDaniel.
Jim Knighten and Forrest Ad
ams were business visitors in Hepp
Lola Cannon spent the week end
with Charlotte Adams.
The ladies of the community are
making a quilt which they expect
to raffle off. The proceeds will be
used to buy Christmas candy."
The Christian Endeavor met on
Sunday evening and decided to give
a play in the near future for the
benefit of the Sunday school.
The high school will begin work
on a play soon. It has not been
decided who the cast will be.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnside
have moved their household effects
to Heppner where they will reside
this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Batty will occupy their house here.
Mrs. Lotus Robison and Jim
Leach visited Mrs. Sam McDaniel
Mrs. Cecil Musgrave has moved
from the Devore house and is oc
cupying rooms at the John McDon
Mr. and Mrs. Kinnard McDaniel
and Dallas and Romona motored
to Condon Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Chapel and
Charles Johnson were dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Elwood Hastings took a herd of
cattle to Boardman Thursday for
Repair work is under way at the
grade school building. Max Busch
ke and Carey Hastings have charge
of the work. They expect to have
the repairs completed by December
Education for Young People
Public schools throughout the
United States are making a deter
mined effort to supply the student
with a store of knowledge that will
be of use to him throughout his
life. This Education Week, heads
of school departments everywhere
are studying the best methods of
bringing about the most useful and
helpful education that is possible.
Throughout many such efforts, the
schools have come to a high place
in the growth of the country. To
continue to develop, this Democracy
must strive to build up the charac
ter and abilty of those who are to
take over the power of government.
A student needs more than a
knowledge of intrinsic values to
succeed in life. A strong character
must be built up. The high school
pupils of today should take advant
age of the opportunity afforded
them to advance in their powers of
doing for themselves. The school is
a home for high ideals. It provides
opportunity for outstanding prog
ress in literature, science, art, or
music. Anyone who is interested
and puts forth effort is highly re
warded in the resulting knowledge
and ability. The fundamentals are
given as a requirement, while ad
vanced work may be taken up as
desired. This creates a chance for
the student to find a field that in
terests him and to develop a work
ing knowledge of it Music has ad
vanced greatly through the organi
zation of school bands. A band
member may be regarded as one
already making a place for himself
in the world.
The improvement of social condi
tions is brought about by the asso
ciations of the young people, and
their ability to understand one an
other is developed. It is a prepara
tion for a life of working and living
together for the common good.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PUR
CHASE OF TRUCK.
Notice is hereby given that the
Council of the city of Heppner, Ore
gon, will on Monday, November 18,
1935, at 7:30 P. M., at the Council
Chambers in said city, receive bids
for ONE HALF-TON 1935 OR 1936
TVTORE people could feel fine, be
fit and regular, if tbey would
only follow the rule of doctors and
hospitals in relieving constipation.
Never take any laxative that is
harsh in action. Or one, the dose of
which can't be exactly measured.
Doctors know the danger if this rule
is violated. They use a liquid laxative,
and keep reducing the dose until the
bowels need no help at alL
Reduced dosage is the secret of
aiding Nature in restoring regularity.
You must use a little less laxative
each time, and that's why it should
be a liquid like Syrup Pepsin.
Ask your druggist for a botUe of
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and if
it doesn't give you absolute relief, if
It isn't Joy and comfort in the way
it overcomes any sluggishness or
biliousness, your money back.
MODEL TRUCK, equipped with
Pick Up body, front bumper, shock
absorbers, and spare tire asd tube.
Council reserves the right to con
sider the trade in of one 1927 Model
T. Ford runabout in excellent con
dition. Bids will be received by the un
dersigned until 7:30 P. M., Novem
ber 18th, 1935. The Council re
serves the right to reject any and
Dated this 5th day of November,
E. R. HUSTON,
35-36 Heppner, Oregon.
FOR OCTOBER TERM
fVmrr mat Wnlnpadflv ("Iff 5 1QOK
when were Resent: George N. Peck,
Commissioner; Frank S. Parker, Com
missioner; C. W. Barlow, Clerk; S. E.
Notson. District Attoney; C. J. D. Bau
Minutes for the September term were
read and approved.
Claims against the county were pre
sented and allowed, continued, or dis
allowed, and approved claims were or
dered paid by proper warrant from the
court authorized county Clerk to set
up an appropriation from the Interest
and Penalty Collectons on the 1930 and
nor years taxes, to pay expenses or
oreclosinE delinauent taxes as Drovid-
ed by law.
The Engineer s reports for the vaca
tion of roads in Blackhorse and the pe
tition of C. D. Huston, et al, were or
The Court rescinded resolution for
the vacation of road one-fourth mile
east of Eight Mile Postoffice, declared
the proceedings void and the road re
mains a county road.
The Court aDDoints J. G. Barratt. D.
O. Justus of Heppner. Bert Mason and
Carl F. Feldman of lone. A. H. Nelson
of Lexington and John McEntire of
Boardman as members of the Budget
Committee to act with the Court for
the purpose of drawing up a budget for
the County for the year 1936.
GENERAL FUND WARRANTS
Old Age Pensions
Sarah Ashbaugh $8.00, W. H. Ayers
$7.50. J. W. Baird $9.00. Jennie D. Boo
her $12.00. Sarah Booher $10.00, Ellen
Bennett $9.00. J. Bellenbrock $9.00, Wil
lis Bush $7.50. W. C. Brown $10.00. W.
W. Brannon $7.50. E. L. Berry $10.00,
T. L. Barnett $9.00. C. G. Blayden $9.00.
Frank Cramer $9.00, Geo. Cass $15.00.
A. B. Chanev $12.00. A. L. Cornett $10.00.
J. H. Cox $15.00, I. Caldwell $7.50, Oliver
J. Cox $7.50, Emma J. Cox $7.50, C. H.
Dillabough $7.50, F. Emberger $6.00,
Florence (Jay S7.S0, Jos Graybeal S1U.U0,
Emil GrotkODD $10.00. R. J. Howard
$9.00. Adeline Howell $11.00. Chas. Hast
ings $9.00. Chas. Hackman, $10.00. H. W.
Howard $15.00, Nels Johnson $7.50, Wil
liam McFerrin $12.50, Barney McDevitt
$9.00, Samuel McDaniel $8.00. Frank
Markham $7.50. Melissa Marlatt $9.00.
Charles O'Connor $11.00, W. P. Prophet
s.uu, tt. Montgomery 58. uu, Jit u.
Kule $25.00, Nancy J. Robson $8.00,
Ruth Stevens $9.00, W. A. Thomas $9.00,
Sarah Thornburg $8.00, J. A. Walker
$10.00. H. H. Weston $7.50. W. W.
Smead $9.00. E. C. Watkins $7.50, James
w. Warner siu.uu.
Anna Burchell $10.00. Virginia Chanev
$15.00, Ada Cason $10.00. Rachel Ingrum
jiu.uu. .&ivia King Kiu.uu. Krai v feck
$10.00, Anna Slanger $10.00, Grace Tyler
$25.00, Izora Vance $20.00, Nora Wilson
Mrs. Lulu Rumble $66.66. L. L. Hiatt
$20.00. Pac. P. & L. Co. $3.80. Nat. Re
Employment $15.00. Martin Bauernfeind
$7.50, F. F. Klitz $0.50. Clara Beamer
$7.50. Phelps Funeral Home $56.37, M.
Heppner Transfer Co.
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preparation you or your family
are taking for the relief of headaches
is SAFE to ue regularly is your
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about Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN.
He will tell you that before the
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BAYER ASPIRIN. Make it a
point to do this and see that you
get what you want,
D. Clark $26.01, Humphreys Drug Co.
$14.98. Lulu Rumble $83.00. Dr. R. M.
Rice $18.55. Thomson Bros. $5.50, City of
Heppner $3.35, A. E. Burkenbine $1.80,
Patterson A Son $19.75, Maud Osmin
$3 .00. Mrs. J. A. Mobley $53.42. C. J. D.
Bauman $18 58. Tom Caldwell $10.00.
Mrs. J. W. Foley $12.47.
Gilliam A Bisbee $3.40, Ross Langdon
$4.48. Geo. Hayden $31.43, Walter Gil
man $16.23. Ralph Marlatt $4.48. Albert
Connor $4.48, Frank Shively $4.05, Tum-A-Lum
Bushong A Co. $10.40. West Coast
Binding Co. $5.00, E. E. Frazier $26.25,
St. lnd. Acc. Com. $7.93, C. J. D. Bau
man $47.03, Current Expense $50.00.
West Coast Binding Co. $1.80, E. E.
Gertrude Doherty $15.00, Jesse J.
Wells $31.06, Sylva Wells $18.00. West
Coast Binding Co $9.90, E. E. Frazier
Dr. R. M. Rice, Physician t 25.00
P. P. A L. Co., Court House 47.70
M. D. Clark. Jail
Gilliam & Bisbee, Ct. House
Archie D. McMurdo, Coroner
C. G. Blayden. Coroner
West Coast Binding Co., Supt.
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt
Keystone Env. Co., Supt. .
City of Heppner, Ct. House
Geo. N. Peck. Co. Court
Frank S. Parker, Co. Court .
Lucy E. Rodgers, Institute
C. J. D. Bauman, Circuit Ct.
A. E. Burkenbine, Jail
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Chas. B. Cox, Current Exp 16.44
rac. ei. s lei. CO.. CT. House 48.95
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GENERAL ROAD WARRANTS
Harry Wells $6.00. Edward Rice 817 35
Tom Delano $77.56. Pacific P. A L. Co.
$10.25. C. B. Cox $6.40. Harry Tamblyn
$57.46. J. T. Ayers $14.50, Hawkinson
Tread Service $16.45. General Tool Co.
$3.74. J. P. Louy $3.00, Valvoline Oil
Co. $77.76. A. R. Reid $39.56, Howard
Cooper Corp $36.98. Gilliam & Riahee
$203.60, Union Oil Co. $270.96. H. D. Rut-
leage S4.60. r. a Aldrich $22.96. E. I.
Rucker $15.96, C. W. Acock $5.97, Lloyd
Aldrich $5.59. City of Heppner $3.15,
Kenneth Oviatt $41.29. Harry Wells $21.-
3i, a. j. cnanee suig.3Z, Vernon Hun
kers $74.78. Glenn Sherer $56.84, Chas.
wmiams j.(D, i. Zimmerman $0.55,
Harold Ayers $0.65, Marion Hayden
$58.37. Walter Scott $36.78, L. N. Mor
gan SIU3.77. F. w. Gentry $50.78, Marvin
Morgan $40.03, George Havden $61.72.
Albert Connor $65.96, Lester Gammell
$36.96. Bill Cunningham $16.10, Ralph
Marlatt $75.99. Clair Ashbaugh $42.49,
Kane's Garage $59.20, Frank Shively
$77.73, Shell Oil Co. $483.82, Heppner
Gazette Times $37.50, Tum-A-Lum Lum
ber Co. $3.20. Heppner Garage $1.45,
John Day Valley Fi t. Line $18.05, Jack
Allen Supply Co. $22.86, Ferguson Mo
tor Co. $14.15, Case Furniture Co. $1.00,
Frank Shively $100.00. John Day Valley
Frt. Line $18.05, Ralph Marlatt $10.00,
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co. $4.10, State Ind
Acc. Comm. $41.60, Charlie Marshall
$19.03, V. L. Farrens $19.95. Woodrow
Walker $22.40, Frank Walker $11.20,
BUY township ownership maps
showing your property. Up-to-date
County Maps, County Atlasses and
Township Maps of all counties in
Oregon, Washington and Northern
Idaho. The best maps made. For
sale by all dealers and at Heppner
Abstract Co., Heppner, Ore., and
at "Metsker the Map Man," 814 8.
W. Oak St., Portland, Ore.
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Peter Farley $29.12, Ralph Marlatt $40.
00. Clair Ashbaugh $30.00, Marvin Mor
gan $10.00, Kenneth Oviatt $20.00. Harry
Wells $9.00. Frank Shively $100.00, Mark
DeLano $23.15, Paul' Smith $2.50, Ed
ward Rice $12.25. Ivan Applegate $17.92,
Bill LeTrace $12.32, J. C, Penney Co.
MARKET ROAD WARRANTS
Harry Tamblyn' $86.42, Marion Hay
den $46.02. Walter Scott $10.16, Arthur
Keene $2.24. H. S. Taylor $116.74, M. V.
Nolan $79.98. Jack Stotts $66.00. Henry
Schwarz 58.91. Billie Schwars $24.46,
City of Heppner $26.00, Dr. A. D. Mc
Murdo $25.00, Albert Connor $8 92, Les
ter Gammell $17.92, Harry Tamblyn
$60.00, Kenneth Oviatt $25.00, Harry
Wells $12.00, Harry Tamblyn $100.00,
State lnd. Acc. Comm. $17.16, Frank
Gentry $20.00. L. N. Morgan $15.00.
SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT HO. 1
A. R. Barlow $494. Fred Emberger
$1.80, R. S. Wilson $2.50, E. W. Peck
$0.85. Ray Brown $46.13. Pete Farley
$24.64, W. P. Ayers $41.89, Roy Ball
$41.89, R. S. Wilson $48.29, V. L. Far
rens $33.91. Chas. Marshall $17.92, F.
Walker $27.93, Mark DeLano $5.60, Tom
DeLano $9.97, Mike Healy $2.24, Jack
Disbow $24.64, State lnd. Acc Comm.
SPECIAL SOAD DISTRICT NO. 14.
J. H. Gentry $162.19, Dale Ray $44.80.
Cole Smith $41.43, State lnd. Acc Cora.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR&
Notice is hereby given that Mrs. C.
E. Berger has been appointed Adminis
tratrix of the Estate ol Harry T. Mur
chie, deceased, and has qualified. All
persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified and required
to present the same duly verified to the
Clerk of Morrow County at the Court
House at Heppner, Oregon, within six
months from the first publication of
this notice. The first publication Is
October 24. 1935.
MRS. C. E. BERGER,
800 Jackson St., The Dalles, Ore.
J. Tracy Barton, Attorney,
The Dalles. Oregon.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE POKE.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of Oregon.
The California Joint Stock Land Bank
of ban Francisco, a corporation, plain,
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his wife; Frank Lieuallen and Hettle
E. Lieuallen, his wife; Addle Harman.
Administratrix of the Estate of Jennie
P. Hill, deceased; Addle Harman; Mol
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Edward Prather; and Morrow County,
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Buschke; Cleave Prather; Rebecca
Bush; Jane Cowne; Carl Cryderman;
Geneva Cryderman; Lola Reader; Mary
Ball; Mable Ball; Alma McCann; Ruth
Watson;. Donald McCann, Jr.; Clyde
McCann; Norman McCann; Carl Mc
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BY VIRTUE ot a writ on judgment,
decree and order of sale issued out of
the above Court In the above entitled
cause to me directed and dated the 16th
day of October, 1936, upon a judgment,
decree and order of sale rendered and
entered In said Court and Cause on the
15th day of October, 1935, In favor of
The California Joint Stock Land Bank
of San Francisco, a corporation, aa
plaintiff, and against Ewing P. Berry
and Belle Berry, sometimes known as
vera u. uerry, nis wile, ana Aaaie
Harman, as administratrix of the estate
of Jennie P. Hill, deceased, for the sum
of $6,681.02 with interest from March
31. 1934, at six per cent per annum, ana
$351.02 taxes for the year 1932, with
penalties and interest thereon as by law
provided, and $354.44 taxes for the
year 1933, with interest and penalties
as by law provided, and $760.00 reason
able attorneys' fees herein, and plain
tiff's costs and disbursements of this
suit taxed at $809.17, and for accruing
costs on sale, commanding me to make
sale of the following described real
property situated in the County of Mor
row, State of Oregon, to-wit:
The East half (E'4) and the East
half (E14) of the West half (Wtt)
of Section numbered Ten (10) ex
cepting that portion of the East half
(E',i) of the Northwest quarter
(NW4) and the Northwest quarter
(NWVA) of the Northeast quarter
(NE14) of said Section numbered
Ten (10) lying North and West of
the County road; the West half
(W) of the West half (WMi) of
Section numbered Eleven (11) ; the
West half (W) and the West half
(Wi4) of the East half (E) of Sec
tion numbered Fifteen (15) in
Township Three (3) South, Range
Twenty-six (26) East of the Wil
lamette Meridian, in the County of
Morrow and State of Oregon, save
and except 2.70 acres deeded to D.
E. Gilman; together with all and
singular the privileges, appurten
ances, tenements, hereditaments,
easements and rights of way there
unto belonging or usually enjoyed
with said premises or any part
thereof, and the reversion and re
versions, remainder and remainders,
rents, issues, and profits thereof;
also all the estate, right, title or
interest, homestead or other claim
or demand, as well at law as In
equity, which the mortgagors had
on the 9th day of April, 1920, or
thereafter acquired of, In or to said
premises or any part thereof, and
also together with all other rights
of every kind and nature, however
evidenced, to the use of water,
ditches and canals for the Irrigation
of said premises to which the mort
gagors or said premises were then
or might thereafter become entitled,
and also together with all shares
or rights, whether represented by
certificates of stock or otherwise,
in any canal company or water
users' association attached to said
land for the benefit thereof, then
owned or thereafter acquired by
And also all right, title ajid Interest
of the defendants Ewing; P. Berrv and
Bene iserry, sometimes Known as vera
is. Berry, Ms wife: Frank Lieuallen and
Hettie E. Lieuallen, his wife; Addle
Harman, Administratrix of the Estate
of Jennie P. Hill, deceased; Addle Har
man; Mollle Baldwin; Florence Gobat;
Tressa Conger; Lair Prather; Merlin
Prather; Jeane M. Simpson; Harley
trainer; My rue tfomia; Bessie cam
mon; Marie Prather; Clyde Hall: Her
man Prather; Edward Prather; and
Morrow County, a auasi-municinal cor
poration; jsen cuscnae; Cleave Cramer
Kenecca Bush; Jane Cowne; Carl Cry.
derman: Geneva Crvderman (whose
true name is Geneva Cryderman Steele)
Loia Keauer: Marv JBa I: Mable Ball
Alma McCann; Ruth Watson; Donald
McCann, Jr.; Clyde McCann; Norman
mcuann uan Mcuann: urvn McCann:
John McCann; William McCann; George
McCann; Cecil Wills; Wanda Klepper;
Agnes Morgan; Prlscilla Goodwin; Ed
ward Wills; and Effle Fergusen, and
each and all of them, and that each and
all of them be forever barred and fore
closed of all right, title Interest or es
tate in and to the said premises or any
part thereof, save and except only the
statutory right of redemption.
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of
said writ on said judgment, decree and
order of sale, and In compliance with
the command of said writ, I will on the
23rd day of November, 1935, In the af
ternoon of said day, at the hour of Two
o'clock P. M. of said day, at the front
door of the County Court House in
Heppner, Oregon, the countyseat of
Morrow County, sell at public auction,
subject to redemption, to the highest
bidder for cash in hand all the right,
title, and estate which the defendants
In this suit have, or any of them had'
on the 9th day of April, 1920, the date
of the mortgage described herein, or
have since acquired, or since said date
have had in or to the above described
property or any part thereof, to satisfy
said Judgment, decree and order of sale,
with interest, costs and accruing costs
Including the costs upon this writ.
J. T. SUMMER VILLE,
United States Marshal for the Dis
trict of Oregon.
JAMES A FEE and FEE A RAN
DALL, Attorneys for Plaintiff,
P. O. Address, Pendleton, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of an execution issued out of the Cir
cuit Court of the State of Oregon for
Morrow County, dated October 16, 1935,
In that certain suit wherein the Federal
Land Bank of Spokane, a corporation,
aa plaintiff, recovered a judgment
against the defendants, Charles A. Mor
ey; Sarah H. Morey; Alvin S. Akers
and Nellie G. Akers, husband and wife;
and Clay Vance, and against each of
them, for the sum of $924.42. with Inter
est on the sum of $211.13 thereof at the
rate of 8 per cent per annum from
June 19, 1935, to July 1, 1935, and with
interest at 5 per cent per annum there
after until paid, and with Interest on
the sum of $686.94 thereof at the rate of
ihi per cent per annum from June 19,
1935, until paid; and the further sum of
$50.00, attorney's fee in this suit; and
the further sum of $26.10, plaintiff's
costs and disbursements in this suit,
and a decree of foreclosure against the
defendants, Charles A. Morey; Sarah
H. Morey; Alvin S. Akers and Nellie O.
Akers, husband and wife; Clay Vance;
and lone National Farm Loan Associa
tion, a corporation, I will, on the 16th
day of November, 1935, at the hour of
ten o'clock A. M. of said day at the
front door of the County Court house
in Heppner, Morrow County, State of
Oregon, offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash In hand the
following described real property sit
uated in Morrow County, State of Ore
The South Half of the Northwest
Quarter and the South Half of the
Northeast Quarter of Section Five
in Township One North, of Eange
Twenty-six, East of the Willamette
Meridian, containing 160 acres, sit
uated In Morrow County, State of
or so much of said real property as may
be necessary to satisfy the plaintiff's
judgment, costs and attorney's fee and
accruing costs of Bale.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff of Morrow County, State of
Date of First Publication October 17,
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MORROW
In the Matter of the Estate of Andrew
L. Douglas, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Andrew L. Doug
las, Deceased, by an order of the above
All persons having claims against
the estate of the said deceased are here
by notified to present the same to me at
Adams, Oregon, or to my attorney, Ho
mer I. Watts, at his office In Athena,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of the first publication of this no
tice. All claims must be verified aa by
DATED at Heppner, Oregon, this 24th
day of October, 1935.
A. W. DOUGLAS,
Administrator of the Estate of An
drew L. Douglas, Deceased.
Homer I. Watts,
Attorney for Administrator.
General Line of Insurance and
W. M. EUBANKS
Phone 62 lone, Ore.
W. L. BLAKELY
Connecticutt Mutual LIf Imnrsnc Co.
Caledonian Fira Inauranca Co.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR
WOOL HIDES PELTS
Phona 78! Heppner, Ore.
Heppner Hotel Building
Dr. Richard C. Lawrence
Modern equipment Including X-ray
for dental diagnosis.
Extraction by gas anesthetic
First National Bank Boil ding
Phone 562 Heppner, Ore.
DR. L. D. TIBBLES
Physician A Burgeon
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Res. Phone 1162 Office Phone 4S1
Heppner Abstract Co.
J. LOGIE RICHARDSON, Mr.
HOTEL HEPPNER BUILDING
Perry Granite Company
Eastern Oregon Representative
II. C. CASE, Heppner
Farm and Personal Property
Sales a Specialty
O. Jm. BENNETT
"The Man Whe Talks to
Beat the Band"
J. 0. TURNER
ATTORNEY AT IAW
Hotel Heppner Building
DR. RAYMOND RICE
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
First National Bank Building
Office Phone 125 Houae Phene Ml
DR. J. H. McCRADT
A. D. McMURDO, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND 8BBOEON
Trained Nurse Assistant
Office in Masonic Building
P. W. MAHONEY
Heppner Hotel Building
Willow St Entrance
S. E. NOTSON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlsei In Court House
J. 0. PETERSON
Lateet Jewelry ami Qtft (roods
Watehea Cloeks Diamonds
Expert Watch and Jewelry
F. W. TURNER & CO.
rati, AUTO AND LITE
Old Line Companies. Real Batata.
JOS. J. NYS
Roberts Ball ding, Willow Street