PAGE TWO HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1936. ilfcppnrr (Basrttr umnrss THE HEPPNER GAZETTE, Established March SO, 18S3; THE HEPPNER TIMES, Established November IS, 1897; CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, ISIS Published every Thursday morning by CBAWPORD PUBT.TSHINQ COMPANY and entered at the Post Office at Hepp ner, Oregon, as second-class matter. JASPER V. CRAWFORD. Editor SPENCER CRAWFORD, Manager ADVERTISING SATES GIVES ON APPLICATION SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Tear 2.?0 Three Years -Six Months Three Months , Single Copies , 6.00 LOO .75 .06 Official Paper (or Morrow County Where Are We Headed? AMERICA has assumed a defeat ist philosophy. The New Deal tells us we will always have a vast army of unemployed and that we must prepare to take care of it, while under the New Deal more and more of the population has been encouraged to look to Washington for succor. The government checks which have come to Morrow county farm ers for not raising wheat have add ed to that idea. They came at a time of crop failure and represent ed about the only source of income to numerous farmers. Naturally, the recipients and the business men with whom they traded were grate ful. That money was welcome and needed. But where did the money come from? At first a tax wa3 levied on processing of the wheat to bring It The supreme court ruled that meth od unconstitutional because, they said, it is unfair to tax one class for the benefit of another class. While the supreme court thus drew words of anathema from New Dealers, the ruling stuck. Now the only re' course is general taxation to pay these, as well as untold other, gov- ernment checks being issued on borrowed money for the repayment of which a tax program must still be worked out. Whether government checks are paid by special or general taxes, however, the ultimate effect is the same. The only true wealth in the country is represented by what comes from the soil on application of hard labor, and when the tax burden is sifted down to its ulti mate conclusion it is found to fall upon that wealth; so that in the ul timate the producer must eventually IDT OKW Alc(fepM pay for the checks received, as well as for the other almost incredible expenditures being made. Few people in Morrow county will object to having drawn against the future to carry them through a time of stress. But all should be Interested in knowing how far that course is to be pursued. If, as New Dealers say, things are now mov ing along at the peak, it Is time to call a halt on borrowing. There are those in America who believe that if the government would withdraw its paternalism and encourage capital into private in dustry rather than discouraging it, the wheels of industry would turn at a rate that would absorb most of the unemployed manpower in the country while again permitting it to feel the just rewards of honest endeavor. So long as the threat of an unstable currency and the bait of a low interest rate on tax-free government bonds exist, combined with the threat of capital in private industry being taxed out of exist ence, the industrial structure in this country Is not going ahead. Those who believe that regimentation and paternalism are necessary, should hearken back to pre-New Deal days when under a truly American form of government this nation became the greatest nation on earth. It is now in thirteenth place among na tions in recovering from the de pression which hit other nations with equally as devastating effect as it did the United States. COURT PROCEEDINGS FOR AUGUST TERM Court met on August 5th. when were J resent: Wm. T. Campbell, County udge; George N. Peck, Commissioner; Frank S. Parker, Commissioner; C. W. Barlow, County Clerk; S. E. Notson, District Attorney; C. J. D. Bauman, Sheriff. Minutes of the July term were read and approved. Claims against the County were read and the Court allowed, continued or disallowed them and ordered approved claims paid by proper warrant from the proper iund. The Sheriff was ordered to advertise and sell the following tracts at the min imum price as set opposite, to-wlt: Lots 37, 38, 39 and 40, Block 28, Irrigon $12.00 Lot 9, Block 1, to the Town of Heppner .. $100.00 Tract 114 and tract 115 to Town of Heppner $250.00 (Cash or 20 percent down and- remainder In 6 year semi-annual payments, interest at 6 percent.) SI NWYt SW4 Section 30, Twp. 6 North R. 26, East W. M. .. $20.00 Pursuant to a Preemptory Writ of Mandamus, Issued out of the Circuit Court on the January 15 .1936, it was ordered that the computation of the whole amount of money necessary to be raised by the John Day Irrigation Dis trict for the ensuing year for the pur pose of paying all known debts and liabilities, is the sum of $23,333.32, and said sum was declared to be an assess ment upon all of the land Included tn said District Said assessment was apportioned to the lands owned by each person, firm or corporation at 10 cents per acre for Irrigable lands. Clerk was ordered to give notice of meeting of Court In October 6, as a Board of Equalization, to review and correct the assessment. The Sheriff was ordered to advertise and sell at public auction the follow ing land: East half of East half of Bee 21. Township 2 S. R. 25, E. W. M.. for (160.00. (20 percent down and re- mainder In ten semi-annual install ments.) GrNERAL FUND WARRANTS Widows' Pensions: Ada T. Cason $10.00, Virginia Chaney 115.00, Elvia W. King X!U.Uu, Grace Tyler pill. Izora Vance $20 .00. Nora Wilson $15.00, Edna E. Piatt $10.00. Blanche Jones $25.00, Emily A. Peck S10.00. Delia Crumn $15 00. Rachael Ingrum $10.00. Emergency: Tum-A-LiUm to. ss.25, Bessie Everson $6 50. C. W. Barlow $3 00. Gazette Times $116.50. Vivian Kane $4.00. Ralph Harris $.75, Dr. R. C. Law rence -.uu. Jesse J. Wells, current expense $ 7.60 neia worK 13Z.&6 Mid-Columbia Typewriter Shop Sheriff 8.60 C. J. D. Bauman. Sheriff 46.94 KUham Stationery Co.. Sheriff 62.01 Assessor 1.05 Pac. Stationery Co., Sheriff 13.23 Clerk 7.30 Charles B. Cox, current expense 67.68 Frances Case, Superintendent 20.00 j-.ucy itoagers, postage o.si Mileage . 43.40 Yale A Towne Mfg. Co., Treas urer 12.50 L W. Brtggs, Treasurer 1.48 Oregon State College, County Agent 1,075.00 Fred Lucas, Justice Court - 1LD6 Oregon State Library, Emer gency 6.64 Library 200.00 Dr. James A. Best Insane 6.00 First Nat Bank, Old Age Pen 310.84 Poor . 125 20 Heppner Gazette Times, Clerk 4.50 Official Publications 44.37 Circuit Court 63.00 Elkhorn Restaurant. Circuit Ct 9.80 C. J. D. Bauman, Circuit Ct .. 45.80 M. Clarke Webb, Dist Sealer 5.04 Nat Re-Employ. Serv., Poor 15.00 Gilliam Bisbee, Court House 18.89 Hughes & Hughes, Court House 1.00 M. D. Clark, Jail 17.20 E. R. Huston, Jail 2.30 A. E. Burkenbtne, Jail .85 Pac. Tel. A Tel. Co., Current Exp 43.80 George N. Peck, County Court 6 82 Frank S. Parker, County Court 49.35 State Industrial Accident Com mission, Sheriff's office 7.94 wm. T. Campbell. Court House 8.72 Dr. R. M. Rice. Physician's sal ary 25.00 GENERAL ROAD WARRANTS Walter Scott $59.80. Beach Eouln. Co. $304.50. V. L. Carlson $7.48, Heppner Blacksmith Co. $25.15, Kane's Garage $4.15. Heppner Planing Mill $4.00. Jack Allen Supply Co. $9.00, Jackson Imple ment Co. $129.85. L. A. Snow Company $40.37. City of Heppner $3.55. Austin Western Road Machinery Company $361.83. Sanders Magneto Service $18.46, Ferguson Motor Co. $41.95, Harold Becket $7.75, James Brannon $5.00. Bert Mason $6.60. Shell Oil Comnanv S47 74 Union Oil Company $28.71, tum-A-Lum iDr. uo. iz.40, Gilliam & Bisbee $90.22, Harry Tamblyn $127.25, I. R. Robison $104.25. Pac. Power A Light Co. $2.29, Standard Oil Company $287.00, Cleve Van Schoiack $14.21, Andy Van Scholack siu.u, tecu van acnoiacK 510.07, Rob ert S. Wilson $18.62. John Jenkins $3.35. Ray Brown $2.24. John McEntire $6.23. H. D. Rutledge $36.42. Paul Doolittle 2.29, Albert Connor $2.99, Clair Ash baugh $33.63, Mack Smith $2.99, L. N. Korean $19.39. Marvin Morean $32 89 A. J. Chaffee $108.31, Vernon Munkers $83.12, James Farley $56.07, Chas. Wil liams $39.74. Glenn Sherer $77.74, W. Schwarz $44.80. Pacific Telenhone A Telegraph Co. $2.75. State Industrial Accident Com. $27.60. O. B. Hottman $45.00. Wm. Greener $160.00, Frank Nix on $49.91, Ralph Marlatt $10.00, Roy vuugnn $15.11, tienry senwarz $id.oo. MARKET ROADS Harold Becket $7.00, Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co. $28.80. Gilliam & Bisbee $20.62, Harry Tamblyn $50.00. Marion Hayden $23.57. H. S. Tavlor $116.74. Jack Stotts $77.74, Dale Ray $33.60, Mack amitn 4Y.S4, riarry Tammyn $41.43, Henry Schwarz $93.72, L. N. Morgan $67.35, Marvin Morgan $20.88, Ralph Mrlatt $67.57, Albert Connor $23.92, Clair Asnoaugn $38.87, Mack smith $23.92, State Industrial Accident Com. $20.73. O. B. Hottman $43.13. Ralph Marlatt tou.uu, ij. is. morgan $au.uu. RODENT FUND Joseph Belanger $217.13 PATS rDND Joseph Belanger $500.00 "The Universal Car" ONE NAME comes quickly to mind when you think of "The Universal Car." The description is distinctively Ford. No other car is used by so many millions of men and women in every part of the world. Everywhere it is the symbol of faithful service. That has always been a Ford funda mental. Something new is constantly being added in the way of extra value. Each year the Ford has widened its appeal by increasing its usefulness to motorists. V ' v FORD MOTOR COMPANY LOW MONTHLY TERMS $25 A MONTH, AFTER USUAL DOWN-PAYMENT, BUYS ANY MODEL 1936 FORD V.S CAR FROM ANY FORD DEALER ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES. ASK YOUR FORD DEALER ABOUT THE NEW 'j PER MONTH UNIVERSAL CREDIT COMPANY FINANCE PLANS. Fred Akers and Charles Becket were among farmers of the Eight Mile district doing business in the city Saturday. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR ROW COUNTY. In the Matter of the Guardianship of mapni MCMurray, vuentin mcmut ray. and Vance McMurray. Minors. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. Notice Is hereby eiven that bv vir tue of an order and license duly issued out of the above entitled court on the 8th day of September, 1936. the under signed guardian oi the estate of the above named minors, will on and after the 9th day of October, 1936, proceed to sell at private sale at the law office of Jos. J. Nys. at Heppner, Oregon, to the highest bidder for cash, subject to con firmation by said court all the undivid ed 1-32 interest of said minors in and to the following described real proper ty, situated in Morrow County, Oregon, lo-wn ; Lots 4, 5, 6, and 7 in Block 2 of Halvorsen's Addition to the city of lone, Oregon, according to the maps and plats thereof on file and of rec ord in the office of the County Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon. Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 10th day of September, 1936. LAXTON McMURRAY, Guardian. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been duly aDDOinted bv the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Morrow County, administrator of the estate of Myrtle Rector LaRoche, deceased; all persons having claims against the said estate are hereby re quired to present the same to said ad ministrator at my office in HeDDner. Oregon, within six months from the date oi this notice. Dated and first published this 10th day oi September, 1936. J. O. TURNER, Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby eiven that the un. dersigned has been duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Morrow County, administrator of the estate of Frank Rector, de ceased; all persons having claims against the said estate are hereby re quired to present the same to said ad ministrator at my office in Heppner, Oregon, within six months from the date oi this notice. Dated and first published this 10th day oi September. 1936. J. O. TURNER, Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby Kiven that the un dersigned has been duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Morrow County, administrator of the estate of Charles Rector, de ceased; all persons having claims against the said estate are hereby re quired to present the same to said ad ministrator at my office in Heppner, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated and first published this 10th oay oi September, tasB. J. O. TURNER, Administrator. HARRY DINGES Independent Candidate for SHERIFF General Election November 3, 1936 Today's Ford V-8 is more than ever "The Universal Car" because it en circles the needs of more people than any other Ford ever built. It reaches out and up into new fields because it has everything you need in a modern automobile. The Ford V-8 combines fine-car performance, comfort, safety and beauty with low first cost and low cost of operation and up-keep. It depre ciates slowly because it is made to last. There is no other car like it. i r-nVTFR.POISE LXKKK T RIDING COMFORT f SAFETV" GLASS ALL g JfscS AS 2. AROUND AT NO EXTRA SJJ EL SURFACE S NEW INTERIOR , .SamSTbrakes 6. appointments IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OKEGON tR THE COUNTY OF MORROW. Frank Wilkinson. Plaintiff, vs. Joseph Strong, and Effa Strong, his wile, also an tne uimnown neirs or Joseph Strong, deceased. Also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate des cribed in the complaint herein. Defendants, SUMMONS. To Joseph Strong and Effa Strong, his wife, also all the unknown heirs of Joseph Strong, deceased; also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein, and herein after described: Defendants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer plaintiff's complaint tiled against you in the above entitled court and cause on or before four weeks from the date of the first publication of this summons unon you and if vou fail to so nonpar or answer plaintiff will apply to the above entitled court for the relief pray ed for in his complaint to-wit: That you and each of you be required to assert and set forth the nature of your estate, right title, claim or Interest in the real property described in plaintiffs complaint, ana as louows, to-wu: Lots 2, 3 and 4 in the north half of Section one, and lots 1 and 2 and the SW of NE54 of Section two in Township 6 South, Range 26 East of Willamette Meridian. and that it be adjudged and decreed that nlaintiff is the owner in fpn Him. pie of said real property, and that you and each of you be forever barred of and from all right, title, estate, claim or interest in said real property, and for such other and further relief as may be just and equitable. That summons is served unon vou hv publication thereof once a week for four successive weeks in the Heppner Gazette Times, a newspaper of general circulation puDiisneo at ueppner, Ore gon, pursuant to an order of Hon Cal vin L. Sweek. Judge of the above en. titled court, which order is dated July ism, iiMo, aim tne aaie oi tne nrst pub lication of this summons is July 30th. JOS. J. NYS, 21-25 Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and Post Office address, Heppner, Oregon. THE JOHN DAY IRRIGATION DISTRICT. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Notice la hereby given that the Coun ty uoun oi tne state of Oregon for Mor row County, acting in lieu of the Board of Directors of the John Day Irrigation uiaiiici anu acting as a coara oi equal ization for said John Day Irrigation District, will meet at the Court House In Heppner, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 6th day of October. 1936, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, for the purpose of reviewing and cor recting the assessment and apportion ment of taxes for said District, levied and apportioned by said County Court, on the first day of September, 1936, pur suant to a peremptory writ of manda i 1 mus, issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County on the 15th day of January, 1936, and that said County Court act ing as such Board of Equalization will continue in session from day to day, as long as shall be necessary, to hear and determine any objections to said levy anu apportionment oi taxes by any person or persons interested there in; and notice is further given that the list and record of said assessment and apportionment of said taxes as to ir rigable acreage, description, etc.. is now on file and will remain on file in the otnee of the County Clerk of Mor row County. State of Oregon, for the inspection of all persons interested un til such review and correction of said assessment and apportionment of said taxes is completed. Dated this 1st day of September, 1936. C. W. BARLOW, County Clerk. NOTICE. NOTICE OF MEETING OF CREDIT ORS IN PROCEEDINGS UNDER SECTION 75 SUB SECTION S OF THE BANKRUPTCY ACT. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES IN AND FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON. In the Matter of the Estate of Andrew L. Douglas, Deceased, Debtor. B-21411 The administrator of the estate of Andrew L. Douglas, deceased, debtor, having filed his amended petition un der said act, the creditors of said es tate are hereby notified that on the 15th day of September, 1936, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the Circuit Court room of the County Court House at Heppner, Mor row County, Oregon, there will be held a meeting of the creditors of said es tate. The meeting is called for the purpose of examining the assets and liabilities of the debtor estate; the ac cepting or rejecting the appraisal of the property of the debtor estate; the leas ing of the debtor estate and such other matters as may come before the court that pertain to the debtor estate. Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 3rd day oi September, 19Jb. JOHN J. WIGHTMAN, Conciliation Commissioner for Morrow County, Oregon. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON IN AND FOR THE COUNTS; OF MORROW. The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a corporation , Plaintiff, vs. Ella Davidson, a widow; Mabel Rles and Arthur Ries, wife and husband; Elvena Beezly and J. R. Beezly, wife and husband; Delia McCurdy and H. D. McCurdy, wife and hus band; Thomas J. Davidson and Thelma Davidson, husband and wife ; H. D. McCurdy, , as Adminis trator of the estate of L. P. David son, deceased; The Unknown heirs of L. P. Davidson, deceased; lone National Farm Loan Association, a corporation; Also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defendants. SUMMONS. TO: Mabel Ries and Arthur Ries, wife and husband: Thomas J. Davidson and Thelma Davidson, husband and wife: The Unknown Heirs of L. P. Davidson, deceased; Also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or inter est in the real estate described in the complaint herein, DEFENDANTS, IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON you are hereby required to appear ana answer tne complaint rued against you in the above entitled Court and Cause within four weeks from the date of the hrst publication of this sum mons, and if you fail to aDDear and an swer, for want thereof, the plaintiff win appiy 10 me court ior tne reuei demanded in its conmlaint as follows. to-wit: For a decree ordering that the sum of $500.00, being the par value of one hundred shares of stock in The r ederal Land Bank of Spokane, pledged by the lone National Farm Loan Asso ciation as additional security for the loan made by the plaintiff herein, be applied to the payment of the amount secured by plaintiff's mortgage; and that the plaintiff have Judgment against the defendant, Ella Davidson, a widow, for the balance then remaining unpaid of said indebtedness, to-wit: The sum of $10,432.11, with interest at 6 per cent per annum on $69S6.49 thereof from August 6th, 1936, until paid, and with interest at S per cent per annum on $2943.23 thereof from August 6th, 1936, until paid, and for the further sum of $5uo.00, or such other sum as the Court may adjudge reasonable as attorney's fees herein, together with plaintiffs costs and disbursements; that the mort gage described in plaintiff's complaint oe iorecioseu ana me morigagea prem ises be sold in one parcel in the man ner prescribed by the laws of the State of Oregon and the practice of this Court; that the proceeds thereof be ap plied towards the payment of plaintiffs decree, costs and accruing costs; that at said sale plaintiff be permitted to become a purchaser; that the defendants above named, and each and all of them, be foreclosed and barred of all ri?ht title, claim or interest in the premises described in plaintiff's mortgage except the right of redemption allowed by law, and that plaintiff have such other and further relief as is meet and equitable. That the lands covered by the said mortgage wnicn win De sola unaer ioreciosure are as loiiows, to-wit: The South Half of Section Twenty Six; the South Half of the North east Quarter; the Southeast Quar ter; the East Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty-seven; the Northeast Quarter; the North Half of the Southeast Quarter; the Southeast Quarter of the South east Quarter; the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Thirty-four: the West Half; the South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty-five; the Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty-six; all In Township Three South, Range Twenty-three, East of the Willam ette Meridian, containing 1660 acres and being situated In Morrow Coun ty, State of Oregon, Together with the tenements, heredit aments and appurtenances thereunto oeionging or in anywise appertaining. inis Bummons is servea upon you by publication thereof for four consecu tive weeks in the Heppner Gazette Times by order of the Honorable Wm. T. Campbell, Judge of the County Court ior Morrow county, atate of Oregon, which said order was entered the 31st day of August, 1936, and the date of the first publication of this summons is tne 3rd day oi September, 1936. P. W. MAHONEY, Postofflce Address: Heppner, Oregon. One of the Attorneys for the Plain tiff. EQUALIZATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on Tues day. October 6. 1936. at 2:00 P. M. tha Directors of the West Extension Irri gation District, acting as a Board of equalization, will meet at tne olUce of the District In Irrigon, Oregon, to review and correct the annual assess ment of said District to be levied on or before the first Tuesday in Septem be, 1936. A. C. HOUGHTON, Secretary. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Foreat Exchange. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNiTUD STATES LAND OFFICE, Roseburg, Oregon, August 14, 1936. Notice' Is hereby given that on Aug ust 14th, 1936, William J. and Anna O. Koch, of 806 N. E. Laurelhurst Place, Portland, Ore., filed application No. 021913 under the act of March 20, 192'i, (42 Stat., 465) to exchange all of Sec tion 30, T. b H., K. 29 ij., W. M within the Umatilla National Forest, for the timber from portions of the SEV4. Sec. 9, T. 20 S., R. 4 E., W .M. within the Willamette National Forest. The purpose of this notice Is to allow all persons claiming the lands selected, or having bona fide objections to such application, an opportunity to file their protests with the Register of the Uni ted States Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon. Any such protests or objec tions must be filed In this office within thirty days from the date of first pub lication of this notice, which first pub lication will be August 27th, 1936. ROBERT E. CRAWFORD, Acting Register. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF COUNTY LANDS. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE COUNTY COURT, dated the 20th day of August, 1936, I am authorized and directed to sell at public auction, as provided by law. the following de scribed real property, at not less man the minimum price herein set forth and upon the following terms, to-wit: Ei-EW of Section 21, Township 3 South, Range 25, East of Willam ette Meridian. Price: $160.00. 20 peroent down, remainder in ten equal semi-annual installments. THEREFORE I will on he 19th day of September, 1936, at the hour of 2:00 P. M at the front ioor of the Court House In Heppner, I Oregon, sell the above described prodprty to the highest and best bidder on Terms stated above. All deferred payments carry Interest at the rate of-six percent per annum. All future taxes to be paid promptly by purcnaser auring me term oi uib tun tract. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff of Morrow County, Oregon. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ON EXECUTION. Notice is herebv trtven that under and by virtue of an execution duly issued out of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County on the 10th day of August, 1936, by the Clerk of said court pursuant to a decree and or der of sale rendered by said court on the 3rd day of August. 1936, in favor of State of Oregon, a Public corporation. piaintltl and against John K. vone, ana Barbara Voile, his wife, and Ella Ow ens, formerly Ella Duran, defendants, for the sum of $2399.65. with Interest from December 8th. 1931, at the rate of 4 per annum, $223.00 attorney s leea. and $17.75, cost and disbursements, and directing me to sell the following de scribed real property, situate in Mor row County, Oregon, to-wit: The E'A of SWU, WM of SE14 and SE14 of SE'A of Section 34, In Township 4 South, Range 27 East of Willamette Meridian, and that portion of NE14 of SE4 of Section 34 in said Township and Range, ly ing South and West of a diagonal line from the Northwest corner to the Southeast corner of said 40 acres. ALSO, the SEVi of NE54 and lots 1 and 2 and that portion of lot 3 lying North and East of a line running diagonally across said lot 3 from the Northwest corner to the Southeast corner thereof In Section 3 Township 6 South, Range 27 East of Willamette Meridian. Except ing from the above the East 12 rods of the SEVi of NE of said section 3 in Township 6 South, Range 27 East of Willamette Meridian. NOW in obedience to said execution I will on the 12th dav of SeDtember. 1936, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the front door of the Court House at Heppner, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash all of the above describ ed real property and apply the proceeds of such sale on the payment of said judgment and accruing cost of sale. Dated this 13th day of August, 1936. (J. J. V. HAUMAIN, Sheriff of Morrow County, 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 August 3, 1936, in that certain suit wherein the Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a corooration as plaintiff, recovered a judgment against me aeienaant. fnuup a. urir fin. for the sum of $8703.76. with inter est at 6V4 per annum on $6854.60 thereof from May 14, 1936 until paid; and with interest at 5 per annum on $1667.55 thereof from May 14, 1936 until paiu, ana tne lurtner sum 01 o2.6U, plaintiff's costs and disbursements 111 this suit, and a decree of foreclosure against the defendants, Vane E. Jones and Ethel Jones, husband and wife; LeRoy A. Jones and Janet Jones, hus band and wife; Riley Vernon Jones and Ruby Jones, husband and wife; Viva V. Adkins and Clive Adkins, whose true name is Cleve Adkins, wife and husband; Elton B. Jones and Gladys j ones, nusoana ana wue; cinei li. Forkner and Carl Forkner, wife and husband; Ivor T. Jones, a widower: E. C. Ashbaugh, as Administrator of the estate of Clifford E. Jones, deceased; Phillip S. Griffin; A. R. Reld, Minnie B. Furlong, a widow; Ben O. Anderson and Hannah Anderson, husband and wife; Fred M. Akers and Floy Akers. husband and wife; Hardman National Farm Loan Association, a cornoratlnn. I will on the 5th day of September, 1936. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day at the front door of the County Court house in Heppner, Mor row County, State of Oregon, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand the following described real properly suuaiea in morrow Uoun ty, State of Oregon, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty-two, the West Half of Sec tion Twenty-seven, the East Half of the East Half of Section Twenty eight, the Southwest Quarter of Sec tion Thirty-four in Township Three South, Range Twenty-four East of the Willamette Meridian, the North east Quarter of the Northwest Quar ter of Section Three in Township Four South, Range Twenty-four, East of the Willamette Meridian, containing 840 acres, and being sit uated in Morrow County, State of Oregon, Together with the tenements, here ditaments and appurtenances there unto belonging or anywise apper taining, or so much of said real property ai may be necessary to satisfv tho nluln. tiff's judgment, costs and accruing costs ui Ham. C. J. D. BAUMAN. Sheriff of Morrow County, . State of Oregon. Date of First Publication, Aug. 6. 1936. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon July 28, 1936. NOTICE is hereby given that Cather ine McDevitt of Pendleton. Oregon who, on April 27. 1931, made homestead entry act Dec. 29, 1916, No. 027576, for NE!4NE4, WHNWVi, SV4SWV4, Sec tion 24, Township 1, S.. Range 29 E Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final Proof to establish claim to the land above' de scribed before S. A. Newberry U S Commissioner, at Pendleton, Oregon' on the 21st day of September, 1936 ' Claimant names as witnesses: Herb Instone, of Lena Oregon; William In stone, of Lena, Oregon; Phil Higgins of Lena, Oregon; Patrick Mullahan, of Heppner, Oregon. W. F. JACKSON, Register. Heppner Transfer Co. Anywhere Tor Hire Hauling Bonded and Insnred Carrier ROBT. A. JONES, Mgr. V. R. 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