PAGE TWO HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1936. (Basrttr wintrs THE HEPPNER GAZETTE. Established March 30. 1SS3; THE HEPPNER TIMES. Established November IS. 1897; CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15. 1912 Published every Thursday morning by CRAWFORD FTBLISHINO COMPAJSTY and entered at the Post Office at Hepp cer. Oregon, as second-class matter. JASPER V. CRAWFORD. Editor SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager ADVERTISING RATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year Three Years $2.00 6.00 LOO .75 .05 Six Months Three Months Single Copies Official Paper for Morrow County TODAY and urn Of 1 I FRANK PARKER ST0CKBRID6E Sap .... the season It's "sugaring-off" time now, up in my home county of Berkshire. They are tapping the maple trees in every sugar bush. It s great fun- and profitable, too. The average maple tree yields about 25 gallons of sap. It is gathered in buckets- old-timers still use the old wooden "sap-pails" and poured into bar rels on sleds, which the oxen or horses draw to where the big iron sap-kettle stands over the log fire. For every barrel of sap boiled down you get about a gallon of maple syrup. Boiling the syrup down still more, leaves a residue of sugar, which is worth in trade at the store from 10 to 20 cents pound. The owners of the biggest "sugar-bushes" pack their own sugar under their own brands, for the city markets. Success one business I am always interested in men who started at the bottom and have worked up to the top in one bust ness. Perhaps they are more in teresting to me because I have never had the temperament and disposi tion to climb the ladder a rung at a time. I ve always tried to go fast er than that, and if there were too many above me on one ladder, I'd try another. However, I take off my hat to men like Oscar W. Smith, presi dent of the great drug manufactur ing house of Parke, Davis & Com' pany, who has just celebrated the ootn anniversary of his connection with the same concern. He started in as an office boy when he was 16, in 1886. Now, at 66, he has been the head of the business for four teen years. Fare .... and passes The Interstate Commerce Com mission has ordered all the Eastern railroads to reduce their passenger lares to two cents a mile, with an other cent for the privilege of rid ing in a Pullman car. This is bring ing railroad rates back to the pre war standard with a vengeance. It cuts the rate between New York and Chicago from 32.17 to $18.17, and other trips in proportion. It i3 the idea that the lower rate will induce more people to travel and I am inclined to think that is true. The biggest passenger-carry ing road in New England, which the New Haven, runs many trains, even in the summer tourist season, over 100-mile stretches with not more than a dozen passengers to a car except at weekends. Personally. I have always ob Jected to paying railroad fares since the roads stopped giving out passes to newspaper men. King style King Edward is starting out to be Just as good a salesman for British Empire products as he was when he was Prince of Wales. He went to a commercial exhibit of Empire-made goods the other day. He stopped at a booth where they were showing pipes made on the Island of Malta, and bought one of them. The immediate result was that the Malta pipe-makers were swamped with orders enough to keep them busy for a year and half. He admired some African ostrich feathers and wondered why me lauies had stopped wearing them in their hats. A big boom in ostrich feathers started overnight. I have often wondered why the fashion for ostrich feathers went out so suddenly. I imagine the war naa sometning to ao with it. 1 re member when no lady considered herself well-dressed unless she had two or three "willow plumes" in her hat, which cost $15 or $20 apiece or even more. I remember one night in a theater in Columbus, Ohio, when someone stole two wil low plumes off my wife's hat, which she had pinned to the seat in front of her. That set ua back about $35. Tithes abolished One of the rules laid down In the laws of Moses for the Children of Israel was that every farmer must give one-tenth, or a "tithe" of his income to the temple and the priests every year. The pracice of tithing continued for many centuries after the beginning of the Christian era. It was revived by Queen Anne of MEMBER 1 EfeOl rf-SN r England in 1712 to provide a fund, called Queen Anne's Bounty, to support poor churches whose mem bers could not afford to pay the ministers a decent living. At that time the tithes produced about $100,000 a year. They have grown, with the increase in farm incomes, to about $11,000,000 a year and the farmers of England have been pro testing against them for a long time. The British Parliament the other day voted to abolish the tithing sys tem and instead provided a fund out of which to pay clergymen of the Church of England whose congre gations could not support them. I have always thought the found ers of the Republic were very wise in providing in the Constitution that there should be no relation be tween the Federal Government and any church. BOARDMAN By MILDRED ALLEN Ernie Peck, Mrs. Mike Healy, Mrs. Buster Rands and Allan Chaf fee were in Pendleton Friday. E. T. Ingle, Misses Mary Har ney, Clara Ruff, Lovedy Burkholder and Mrs. Black spent the week end in Portland. Mrs. Ingles returned home with them after a week's visit in Portland. Mrs. Gladys Fortier returned home Sunday from Portland where she has been the past week. A lovely shower was given at the home of Mrs. Glen Hadley Friday afternoon for Mrs. Elmer Tyler. Many useful gifts were received by the bride. Those assisting Mrs. Hadley were Mrs. Robert Harwood and Mrs. John Jenkins. Mrs. Harlen Jones and Philip Jones were in Hermiston Monday. Mrs. Claud Coats took Mrs. Tru men Messenger and children, Rena June and Franklin, Mr. Agee and Mrs. Klitz to Condon Thursday. Mrs. Klitz returned home with Mrs. Coats. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradley are visiting Mr. Bradley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins. J. F. Barlow, Mrs. Frank Cramer, Mrs. Ed Barlow and Junior Mes senger were in Hermiston Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wicklander Jr., and Buster Rands were in The Dalles Thursday. Fred Slanger, Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Kristenson were in Heppner Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Messenger have purchased a new Chevrolet from Jack Gorham. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gorham, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Messenger and Mardel Gorham were in Heppner Saturday on busisess. Arnon Hug and W. A. Baker were in Hermiston Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Barlow and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kleinfeldt of Heppner were visiting on the pro ject Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Thomas left Tuesday for Spokane to attend the funeral services of Mr. Thomas' mother. Charles Wicklander of La Grande was in Boardman Sunday. About twenty ladies attended the shower which was given at the Nick Faler home Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Marvin Ransier. The bride received many lovely and useful gifts, even though she was unable to attend. , Isaac Thorpe is working on the Coyote section of the railroad. Mr3. Tom Hunt was home over the week end. Donald is still in the hospital at The Dalles. Mrs. Arthur Allen is sick wth an attack of tonsilitis. Claud Coats is taking over the city milk route. A large crowd attended the high school play, "The Hobgobblin House," given at the school auditor ium Thursday night. The play cast was composed of Alan Chaffee, Eli zabeth Slanger, Wilma Myers, Janet Gorham, Rollo Moore, Donald Stro bel, La Vern Baker, Maurice Hunt, Virginia Compton, Kenneth Ran sier, Stanley Partlow and Maxine Strobel. Those attending the Odd Fellows lodge at Hermiston Monday night for the third degree were Vernon Root, Gus Viclno, Dan Ransier, George Wicklander, Jr., and Guy Barlow. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Moore and daughter and Charles Morely of The Dalles were week-end guests at the George Wicklander home. Mrs. Robert Harwood has been working at the Ed Sauders home the past week. IRRIGON By MRS. W. C. ISOM Mrs. J. A. Grabiel accompanied her son Finley Grabiel and wife from Pendleton to Portland Thurs day, returning Sunday evening, Mrs. Grider, who has been visit ing her son, Walter, for some time returned to her home Tuesday. a. c Houghton and Frank Fred rickson were business visitors n Heppner Saturday. Geo. Hendrix left on a business trip last week. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Scarlett moved to Boardman last Tuesday. Their son Will will still attend high scnooi nere and graduate. .acn of the grade school classes and the high school had their pic tures iaen Tuesday of last week Kex Boylen is te new student en rolled in high schoo; this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Rand and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rand were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Foster at Hermiston Sunday. Miss Billy Markham was a week end guest of Miss Vonna Jones. Kev. Wybel of Pendleton attend ed the afternoon services of the I'resDytenan church Sundnv. Bv Thomas was sufficiently recovered to resume his duties as pastor of Boardman, Irrigon and Umatilla churches Sunday. Mrs. James Warner visited her son Harvey and daughter, Mrs. B. . liana Sunday evening. Mrs. Lawrcnson. mothnr nf mv O. Coryell, has been ill the past two weeks with a severe cold. Mm Coryell is recovering from an at- tacK or nu. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kenriler nf Hermiston and Mrs. Gene McFar land of Umatilla were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Isom Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Bowluare and Mrs. Fred Reiks accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Thomas to Pendleton on Thursday. Jimmy, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kenny, has been quite ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warner vis ited the E. Fagerstrom family Sun day. Emmett McCoy's son Russell pur chased a used car last week. PINE CITY By LENNA NEILL Mr. and Mrs. Reid Buseick of Long Creek spent the week end vis iting with Mrs. Buseick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger. Judge Campbell and his wife of Heppner spent Sunday visiting at the Roy Neill home. John Healy and daughter Marie motored to Heppner on business Saturday. Marie remained to visit with her relatives. She accom panied Mra Bill Bucknum, Eddie Kenny and Matt Kenny to Arling ton Sunday where Matt caught the bus to go to San Diego where he will join the navy. The quilting club met at the J. S. Moore home last Thursday. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. The next meeting is to be held at the Sloan Thompson home March 26. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helms and daughters Henrietta and Harriet were business visitors in Hermiston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hixson of Pleasant Valley visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. E. Young, last week. Miss Cecelia Brennan spent the week end visiting with her parents in Portland. Miss Norma Gibbons and Miss Bernice Neill took her to Hermiston Friday evening to catch the bus. Marion Finch was a business vis itor in Pendleton Thursday. Julian Rauch is seeding wheat at the Fred Rauch ranch this week. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. J. Vey motored to La Grande on business Monday. Gerald Rood is now working at the C. H. Ayers ronch. Mrs. Ollie Neill and daughter Lenna were business visitors in Hermiston Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Reid Buseick and family were dinner guests at the A. E. Wattenburger home Sunday. Roy Neill was a business visitor in Fossil Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger and E. B. Wattenburger were busi ness visitors in Pendleton Wednes day. Mrs. C. H. Ayers and son Ray and Gerald Rood were business visitors in Hermiston Monday. Mrs. Roy Neill and Guy Moore were transacting business in Her miston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger and E. B. Wattenburger were bus iness visitors in Heppner Monday. Hugh Neill spent Sunday after noon at the John Healy home. Joseph T. Peters and John A. Harbke of Portland were looking after their business interests on Butter creek Saturday. Harry Du vall of Lexington accompanied them. Matt Kenny was an overnight guest at the John Healy home on Thursday. H. E. Young and Jake Hixson spent Friday evening visiting at the A. E. Wattenburger home. Mr. and Mr3. Walter Rood and daughter Charlene of Westland vis ited at the C. H. Ayers home on Thursday. A surprise party was given at the Emery Cox home Saturday evening honoring Mrs. Cox's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Estle and son F. J., Mr. and Mrs. Walt Wigglesworth, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wattenburger and family, Lowell Young. Ralph Neill was an over-night guest at the Ray Neill home Mon day night. Seed Council Formed to Further Oregon Industry An Oregon state seed council composed of growers and dealers was organized at Oregon State co' lege by a group of some 50 repre sentatives of the industry from many sections of the state, both east and west of the Cascades. The group voted to set up a tem porary organization with Alec Cel lars of McMinnville as temporary president and E. R. Jackman, ex tension agronomist, as secretary. A committee on organization and policy was appointed to complete steps for a permanent association before April 1. The idea behind the new body Is to coordinate all the agencies con cerned with Oregon's expanding seed industry in order that it may be both promoted and protect :d when desirable. Problems arising from the lowering of certain seed tariffs in the Canadian reciprocal trade agreement, and the threat contained in the proposed lifting of the foreign bulb embargo, were Is sues suggested for Immediate at tention. Ray Gill, master of the state grange, who took part in the or ganization meeting, urged the in clusion of vegetable seed produc tion, in the scope of the association, saying that this is a potential in dustry of real Importance to Ore gon producers. HEMSTITCHING - -At Frances 50-2 Shop. College Receives Gift of Plays Community drama clubs In Ore gon will have a much wider selec tion of one-act plays to choose from as the result of a gift of 900 such NOTICE TO CHEDITOES. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly annolnted hv the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Morrow County, administrator of the estate of John E. Johnson, de ceased, and all persons having claims against the estate of the said deceased, are hereby required to present the same with proper vouchers duly veri fied as required by law to the under signed administrator at the law offlne of P. W. Mahoney, at Heppner, Oregon, within six months from the dute of this notice. Dated and first Dubllshed this Ifltli day of March. 1936. KENNETH M. AKERS, Administrator. plays received from the Samuel French Publishing company of New York by the home economics exten sion office at Oregon State college. In many Oregon counties drama groups are active each year, assist ed by the extension organization. Political oAnnouncements FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for County Judge of Morrow County, subject to the will of the Republican voters, at the Primary Nominating Election, May 15, 1936. FRANK S. PARKER. (Paid Adv.) FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the office of County Judge of Morrow County at the Primary Nominating Election, sub ject to the will of the Republican voters. (Paid Adv.) FRED LUCAS. FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the office of County Commissioner of Morrow County at the Primary Nominating Election, subject to the will of the Repub lican voters. .(Paid Adv.) ROY NEILL. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for County Judge of Morrow county, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the pri mary election, May 15, 1936. BERT JOHNSON, (Paid adv.) lone, Ore. FOR COUNTY CLERK. I hereby announce that I am a candidate for the office of Countv Clerk of Morrow County, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the Primary Election, May 15, 1936. GORDON BUCKNUM. (Paid adv.) FOR SHERIFF. I wish to announce that I am a candidate for Sheriff of Morrow county, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the Primary Election. C. J. D. BAUMAN, (Paid adv.) Incumbert FOB COUNTY CLERK. I hereby anounce that I will be a candidate for the office of County Clerk, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the Primary Nominating Election to be held May 15, 1936. If nominated and elected, I will, as I have in the past, conduct the office in an honest and efficient manner. CHAS. W. BARLOW, (Paid adv.) Present Incumbent. FOB COUNTY CLERK. I wish to anounce that I am a candidate for the office of County Clerk of Morrowt County, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the Primary Nominating elec tion, May 15, 1936. (Paid adv.) P. M. GEMMELL. FOB SCHOOL SUPERINTEN DENT. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the office of County School Superintendent, subject to the will of the voters at the Pri mary Nominating Election, May 15, 1936. MRS. LUCY E. RODGERS, (Paid adv.) Incumbent. ANNOUNCEMENT OF CANDIDATE. Notice Is hereby given that I will be a candidate at the May primar ies for the republican nomination for County Judge of Morrow Coun ty. GEORGE BLEAKMAN, (Paid Adv.) Heppner, Ore. NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL. Notice is hereby given by virtue of the laws of the State of Oregon that I have taken up the hereinaf ter described animal at my place 18 miles SW of lone, Oregon, and that I will, at said place on Satur day, March 21, 1936, at 10 o'clock a. m., sell said animal to the high est bidder for cash in hand, subject to the right of redemption bjt the owner thereof. Said animal is des cribed as follows: 1 bay mare, 3 yrs. old, no visible brand, wt. 1000 lbs. NELS JOHNSON, 52-2 lone, Ore. Notice of Bond Sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed bids will be received un til the hour of 7:30 o'clock P. M. on the 21st day of March, 1936, and Immediately thereafter publicly opened by the Council of the City of Heppner, Oregon, at the Council Chamber in said City for City of Heppner Water Bonds in the sum of Seven Thousand Dollars ($7,- 000.00); said bonds bearing date of March 1, 1936, to mature serially In numerical order as follows: Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.- 00) on March 1, 1943, and Four Thousand Dollars ($4,000.- 00) on March 1, 1944, bearing Interest at the rate of not to exceed five per cent (5) per annum, payable semiannually; both principal and interest payable at the office of the Treasurer of the City of Heppner, Oregon. All bids must be unconditional and be accompanied by a certified check for $200.00. The bonds will not be sold for leas than par and accrued Interest. The approving legal opinion of Messrs. Teal, Winfree, McCulloch, Shuler & Kelley, Portland, Oregon, will be furnished the successful bidder. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. E. R. HUSTON, Recorder of the City of Hepp-52-2 ner, Oregon. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County administrator of the estate of Laura Markham, deceased, and that all persons having claims against the said estate must present the same, duly verified according to law t .1 , .. , nn . . ,. V, wniw ul my attorney, a. E. Notson, in Heppner. Oregon, within six months from the date of the flrat publication of this notice, the date of saidfh-st publication being February FRANK MARKHAM, Administrator. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR WASCO COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of PAT FOLEY. Deceased. No. 1610 NOTICE OF SAL OF RA PROP ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the above entitled Court in the above entitled cause duly made and entered on February 27, 1936, the undersigned, as administratrix of said estate, will proceed to sell at private sale from and after Monday, the 30th day of March, 1936, at the office of Jesse O. Turner, attorney, Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, to the highest bidder upon the terms and conditions herein after mentioned and subject to con firmation by said Court all of the fol lowing described real property belong ing to said estate: The north 62 feet of Lot Ten (10) in Block Four (4) of the original town of Heppner in Morrow Coun ty, Oregon; The administratrix will Bell said real property in one tract and parcel as above described to the highest and best bidder. Said property . will be sold for cash in hand and subject to all existing liens and encumbrances. Dated and first published this 27th day of Februay, 1936. MERCEDES E. FOLEY, Administratrix. Galloway 4 Krier, The Dalles, Oregon, Attorneys. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. On the 4th day of April, 1936. at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day at the front door of the County Court House in Heppner, Mor row County. State of Oregon, I will sell at public auction to the highest bid der for cash the following described real property located in Morrow Coun ty, State of Oregon, to-wit: The northeast quarter, the south east quarter of the southeast quar ter, the west half of the southeast quarter, the east half of the west half of section thirty-four, the east half, the northwest quarter, the south half of the southwest quarter of section thirty-five, the north half of the north half of section thirty six, in Township four south of range twenty-four, east of the Wil lamette Meridian, together with the tenements, hereditaments and ap- fiurtenances thereunto belonging or n any wise appertaining. Said sale to be made under execution issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County to me directed in the case of The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a Corporation. Plaintiff vs. W. P. Mahoney and Har riet K. Mahoney, husband and wife; J. L. Gault, as Receiver of the First Na tional Bank of Heppner. Oregon. Ben O. Anderson. D. H. Hanshew, M. D. Clark, Mary Rood Burt and the Hard man National Farm Loan Association, a Corporation: Defendants. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MORROW. Hynd Brothers Company, a corpora tion, Plaintiff, vs. James A. Cecil and Jane Doe Cecil, husband and wife; the Unknown Heirs of James A. Cecil, deceased; Frank Cecil; the Unknown Heirs of Frank Cecil, deceased; Oliver P. Tay lor and Jane Doe Taylor, husband and wife; the Unknown Heirs of Oli ver P. Taylor, deceased; Newton Smith and Jane Roe Smith, husband and wife; the Unknown Heirs of Newton Smith, deceased; Virginia Kinney and Richard Roe Kinney, wife and husband: the Unknown Heirs of Virginia Kinney, deceased; Also all other Dersona or nnrties un known claiming any right title, es tate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the amended complaint herein, Defendants. SUMMONS. TO: James A. Cecil and Jane Doe Ce cil, nusoana ana wile; the Unknown Heirs of James A. Cecil, deceased: Frank Cecil; the Unknown Heirs of rranit uecu, deceased; Oliver P. Taylor and Jane Doe Taylor, hus band and wife; the Unknown Heirs of Oliver P. Taylor, deceased; New ton Smith and Jane Roe Smith, hus band and wife the Unknown Heirs of Newton Smith, deceased; Virginia Kinney and Richard Roe Kinnev. wife and husband; the Unknown Heirs of Virginia Kinney, deceased; Also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the amended complaint herein, DEFENDANTS: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You are hereby required to appear and answer the amended com plaint filed against you in the above en titled Court and Cause within four weeks from the date of the first pub lication of this summons and if you fall Heppner Transfer Co. Anywhere For Hire Hanling Bonded and Insured Carrier ROBT. A. JONES, Mgr. Wines for ALL Occasions A wine to suit every taste. SPECIAL PRICES Oysters : Shell Fish NOW IN SEASON Elkhorn Restaurant ED CHINN, Prop. to appear and answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the said Court for relief as prayed for in said amend ed complaint, to-wit: for a decree that plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of the following described real property: All of Section Thirty-six. Township Three South, Range Twenty-eight, East of the Willamette Meridian; East Half of Section Fourteen; Northeast Quarter of Section Six teen: and Southeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Section Twen ty, Township Two North. Range Twenty-three, East of the Willam ette Meridian. and that the plaintiff is the owner In fee simple of the said land free of any right, title, estate, lien or Interest of you and each of you, and that you or any one of you have no right, title, es tate, lien or Interest in the said land or any part thereof and perpetually re strain and enjoin you and each of you. your heirs and assigns, from asserting or claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the said land or any part thereof, adverse to the plaintiff. This summons is served upon you by publication thereof for four consecu tive weeks in the Heppner Gazette Times, by order of Honorable Wm. T. Campbell, Judge of the County Court oi Morrow uounty, state oi Oregon, which said order was made and en tered the 11th day of March. 1936. and the first date of this publication is the l-th day of March. 1936. P. W. MAHONEY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Postofftce Address: Heppner, Oregon. NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, M. E. Duran, administrator of the estate of Edwin S. Duran, de ceased, has filed his final account of his administration of the said estate with the County Court of the State of uregon, ior tne uounty oi Morrow, ana that said Court has designated as the time and place for the settlement of said final account, March 27th. 1936, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the Court room of the County Court of the otate oi uregon tor Morrow county. All Dersons having obiections to said final account must file the same on or Deiore said date. M. E. DURAN, Adminitrator. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR ROW COUNTY. The California Joint Stock Land Bank of San Francisco, a corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Robert Smith and Eliza J. Smith, his wife; Hugh Smith and Ella Smith, his wife; Harvey Smith, an unmarried man; Blanche Douglas, an unmarried woman; Leonard Douglas and Jane Doe Douglas, his wife; A. W. Doug las and Mae Douglas, his wife; Lee Douglas and Sarah Doe Douglas, his wife; Lola Turner Ross and John Doe Ross, her husband; Ruby Douglas Ward and Richard Roe Ward, her husband ; Ruth Douglas Lleuallen and Francis Lieuallen, her husband; The First National Bank of Athena, Ore gon, a corporation; Francis H. Wil son. an unmarried man: Sevmour P Wilson and Mollle E. Wilson, his wue; KoDert smith Sons, Inc., corporation, Defendants. SUMMONS. Equity No. 3144 To the above named defendants Leon ard Douglas, Jane Doe Douglas, Lee Douglas, Sarah Doe Douglas, Lola Turner Ross, John Doe Ross, whose true name is E. M. Ross, Ruby Doug las Ward, Richard Roe Ward, Fran cis H. Wilson, Seymour P. Wilson and anoiiie . wuson: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complanit filed against you In the above entitled court and cause within four weeks from the date oi me nrst puDiication oi tnis summons, and if you fail to so appear and answer, for want thereof plaintiff will apply to said court for the relief prayed iui iiu ueinaiiuea in saia complaint, to-wit: A decree that plaintiff have and re cover of and from said defendants Rob- en Dmun. nugn smitn and Harvey Smith the sum of Jll.590.15, with inter est thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 15th day of April 1934. and in addition th eretn Intpraat on installments as follows: interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum on $201.78 from April 15, 1934; interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum on $490 00 from October 15, 1934; interest ai iiie rate oi o per cent per annum on $490.00 from April 15, 1935; and interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum on $490.00 from October 15, 1935; the fur ther sum of $500.00 as an attorney's fees and the costs and disbursements of this suit. That the mortgage dated May 13, 1922 and recorded May 22, 1922, at page 268 Book 31, Record of Mortgages for Mor row County in the State of Oregon, be foreclosed, and the following described land covered by said mortgage be sold in the manner provided by law for the sale of real property on execution, to wit: The South Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 24; the West Half of the East Half, the West Half, and the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 25; and all of Section 36, all in Town ship 1 South of Range 23 East of the Willamette Meridian, In Mor row County, Oregon. And the proceeds of such sale be ap plied in satisfaction of the total amount decreed, and if there be a deficiency then thnt nlulntlff iJ against the property of said Robert -iwii.il, xiugu oiiiuri ana fiarvey smith or of any one or. more of them for sat isfaction of such deficiency. That plaintiff be permitted to bid up on and purchase said land at said sale, aha.lrF .tin, nl... .u.. . , , . Diiau umuB me purciiaser oi saia Iflnn In nnMn!i,n !..,. ,f a and each of you, and all persons clalm- iiie uj, uuouBii or unuer you subse quent to May 13, 1922. the date of said mfirffniril ht urovni. V, .,-., J v..w u iignu, line, interest. Claim, ...... ,, . , Uuu Bu IttllU and each and every part thereof, except the statutory rie-ht nf iH ntinn publication thereof for four successive " ..... o I,, mo xieujiner u-zeue umes oy order of Hon. Calvin L. Sweek, judge of the court above named, which said order was made and dated February 01 1 QIC I. - Ji -1. - . . 7i r. ' ,U,L'"3 UilL "i me nrai pub lication of this summons Is February A. S. COOLEY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Post Office Address: Pendleton. Oregon. NOTICE TO CEEDrrowB , . ..... fii,cii uiai tne un dersigned have been duly appointed by in- v-uumy uuri oi tne state oi orgon for Morrow County, administrator and administratrix of the estate of Theo. Anderson, deceased, and all persons ..cms tiuiina HKuinsi, me estate or said deceased, are hereby required to pre sent the same with proper vouchers verifier na rpniilpaH K !.., A u .. dersigned administrator and adminisl . .. nt 1,10 mw oiuce oi j os, j, iNya. at Heppner, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice . Dated and first published this 20th uay oi r enruary, ia;itj. HARLEY ANDERSON, . Administrator. DOROTHEA ANDERSON, Administratrix. FRANK C. ALFRED Attorney at Law Upstairs In Humphreys Bldg. HEPPNER, OREGON Peterson & Peterson ATTOItNEYS AT LAW U. S. National Bank Building PENDLETON, OREGON Fractloe in State and Federal Court! 4 - Professional Carols e--tt-(t-E--3s-t REAL ESTATE . General Line of Insurance and Bonds W. M. EUBANKS Notary Fubllo Phone 62 lone, Ore. W. L. BLAKELY Representing Connecticntt Mutual Xilfe Iniu-no Co., Caledonian Fir Ina-rano Co. HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR WOOL HIDES FELTS Phpne 782 Heppner, Ore. VAWTER PARKER ATTOBNEY-AT-LAtT Phone 173 Heppner Hotel Building Dr. Richard C. Lawrence DENTIST Modern equipment including X-ray for dental diagnosis Extraction by gas anesthetic First National Bank BnUdlng Phone 562 Heppner, Ore. DR. L. D. TIBBLES OSTEOPATHIC Phyiloi-a A Bnrgeoa FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. Res. Phone 1162 Office Phone 483 HEPPNER, OREGON Heppner Abstract Co. J. LOOD3 BICHABDSON, Mgr. BATES SEASONABLE HOTEL HEPPNER BUILDING Perry Granite Company Portland Fine Memorials Eastern Oregon Representative H. O. CASB, Heppner AUCTIONEER Farm and Personal Property Sales a Specialty O. L. BBNNBTT "The Man Who Talks to Beat the Band'' LEXINGTON, OREGON J. 0. TURNER ATTOBNEY AT LAW Phone 171 Hotel Heppner Building HEPPNER, ORB. DR RAYMOND RICE PHYSICIAN A SWBOBON Office Flint National Bank Building Office Phone .23 Houee Phone 128 DR. J. H. McCRADY DENTIST X-Bay Diagnosis OILMAN BUILDING Heppner, Ore. A. D. McMURDO, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUBOBON Trained Nane Assistant Office In Masonic Building Heppner, Oregon W. MAHONEY ATTOBNBY-AT-LAW OBNBBAL XNBVBAN0B Heppner Hotel Building Willow St. Entrance S. E. NOTSON ATTOBNBY AT LAW OfB se In Court House Heppner, Oregon J. 0. PETERSON Latest Jewelry and Oif Goods watches . Clooka . Diamonds Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Heppner, Oregon F. W. TURNER & CO. FXBB, AUTO AND LITE XN8UBANCE Old Line Computet, Btl Eetate. Heppner, Oregon JOS. J. NYS ATTOBNEY-AT.LAW Roberts Building, willow Street Heppner, Oregon LAURENCE CASE MORTUARY "fast the eervlae wanted when yon want It most"