Thursday, February 13, 1941 Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon Page Seven Want Ads County Warrants For January Term i Warrants Drawn on General Fund i ' for January, 1941 Rooms to rent and board if pre- j Patterson & Son, Jail $ -t r . o a i x u i m - ,1 v .i Ierred ior men. ma nouse wesi u-. rnomson Brothers, Jau brary. 47tt Want horses and ponies. State age, size, color and price broke or un broke. Write W. Wyss, Aloha, Ore. 48.-52. Black stallion, 1700 lbs., 7-yr.-old, broke single or double, a good bree der. Will trade even up for Here ford bull, yearling or 2-yr-old. W. H. French, Hardman, Ore. 48tf. Order baby chicks and poults now. New Hampshire and Hanson strain White Leghorn day-old, $9.00 per hundred. Custom hatching reason able in either large or small orders. Suddarth Hatchery, Irrigon, Ore. 49tf. .25 .18 W. 0. Dix, Jail 24.31 Heppner Market, Jail 4.04 Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co.. Cur rent Expense 54.60 Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Insane $5.00; Coroner $32.40 37.40 Assoc. of Oregon Counties, County Court 64.45 4.00 Wanted 3 bottom tractor play, 16 inch. Bill Seehafer, lone. 49-50p. 9.25 2.00 For sale cheap: Used Case 7 ft harrow plow, 22" disks; used Oliver 10Vz ft. harrow plow, 26" disks; both have new axles and wheel bearings. Three 16x10 brand new McCormick Deering 13 ft. semi-deep furrow drills, tractor hitches, large steel wheels, end levers, large hoppers, full length foot boards. Substantial discount. Terms if desired. Pendle ton Grain Growers, Phone 141, Pen dleton. 49-51. For lease, Baker Chapman sheep ranch on upper Big Butter creek. About 4900 A. Write Ethel Badoux, 1400 S. W. Emigrant, Pendleton, Ore. 49tf. WANTED 200 Morrow county residents to try Foster's Bread. Ask your grocer. Will share expenses for transpor tation to Corvallis or Portland. H. H. this office. 50. MAN WANTED. Good nearby Raw leieh route now open. If willing to conduct Home Service business while earning good living, write im mediately. Rawleigh's, Dept. ORB 84-45, Oakland, Calif. 59.61 4.00 5.46 20.00 11.00 For Sale, good two & three tray kerosene incubators, various makes. Suddarth Hatchery, Irrigon, Ore. 49tf. "BEES for sale. Write S. C. Salter, lone, Ore. 50-51p. The Irene Sherman property for sale; across from general hospital. Inquire of Ruth Robison. Furnished apartment to let. Hal- ton Apts. 50-51p. To those who wish glasses: Until further notice there will be available at my office an .oculist in fitting glasses. No charge for exam ination. Fair prices on glasses. Dr. A. D. McMurdo. oOtt FOR SALE Wood, $7 cord. Posts 8c. W. H. Tucker. 50-51p Neat, capable, intelligent and ex perienced lady of forty wishes work in a home or place of business, wag es $4 to $6 week. Excellent charac ter reference. Write Mrs. L. Thomp son, 1503 SW Mill St., Portland, Ore. FOR SALE Buildings to be re moved from Cummings place. Phone 462. 50-51p. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Morrow. In the Matter of the Estate of PER RY TAYLOR, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, as ad ministrator cum testatum annexum r,f the estate of Perry Taylor, de ceased, and all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are hereby required to present the coma with nroner vouchers, duly verified as required by law, to said administrator, at the law office of w Vflwrfpr Parker in Heppner, Ore gon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated and first published this 13th day of February, 1941. OTTO RIETMANN, Administrator cum testatum annexum of the Estate of Per ry Taylor, deceased. A. E. Simmons, Treasurer.... C. J. D. Bauman, Circuit Court $7.35; Sheriff $1.90 Bruce Bothwell, Sheriff Pac. Sta. & Print. Co., Sher iff $10.35; Clerk $14.77; Treasurer $21.97 47.09 F. W. Turner, Bonds 125.00 Vivian Kane, Bonds 15.00 National Surety Co.. Bonds 175.00 First Nat. Bank of Hermis- ton. Bonds 10.00 P. W. Mahoney, Bonds 50.00 Frank W. Turner. Bonds .... 50.00 Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Sheriff 2.55 Central Market. Jail 2.35 F. W. Turner, Insurance $64.00; Bonds $25.00 89.20 Bert Johnson, ' Judge, Gen. Assistance 262.63 Heppner Gazette Times, Sheriff $8.25; Tax. Coll. $15.00: Jus. Ct. $10.00; Of ficial Publications $26.36... Orville W. Cutsforth, Bang's Disease Control State Industrial Acc. Comm., Sher. $4.53; Sher. Sal. $0.31; Sher. Deputies $0.62 F. W. Turner, Bonds Bert Johnson, ffudge, Blind Assistance Bert Johnson, Judge, Old Age Assistance 354.80 Bert Johnson, Judge Aid to Dependent Children 49.60 Oregon State Ag. College, County Agent 1,200.00 George N. Peck, County Ct. 25.10 Warrants Drawn on General Road Fund for January, 1941 Gamble Store Dealer $269.93, Heppner Garage $11.75, Kane's Gar. age $51.55. Shell Oil Company $444.- 00, 1. R. Robison $123.35, Ore. Culvert & Pipe Co. $317.04, Penland Bro thers Trans. Co. $6.08, City of Hepp ner Water Dept. $1.70, Crystal Bar low $2.51, E. W. Peck $3.34, Fee naughty Machinery Co. $44.30, Kil- ham Stationery & Print. Co. $2.11, Columbia Equipment Co. $19.01, Braden-Bell Tract. & Equip. Co. $410.76, Thomson Bros $0.22, Patter son & Son $0.50, Marion Hayden $8.64. Jack Allen Supply Co. $69.10, Rosewall-Gentry Motor Co. $22.85, Tum-A-Lum Lbr. Co. $9.70, F. W. Turner $26.00, Ferguson Motor Co. $170.04, First Nat. Bank of Portland $1034.64, Art Ritchie $47.39, Heppner Gazette Times $1.65, State Ind. Acc. Comm. $52.10, Eastern-Western Lbr. Co. $144.05, Bradley Castle $29.90, C. R. Langdon $17.94. Warrants Drawn on Market Road Fund State Industrial Acc. Comm. $7.51, Harrv Tamblyn $50.00 Miscellaneous Fund. January, 1941 Frank S. Parker, dog fund, $40.00 Pocatello, Idaho, ofice, added that a preliminary survey has been made on the Trout creek watershed in Jefferson county. In these and other undertakings that may develop un der the Pope-Jones water facilities act operative in 17 western states, three engineers and a part-time farm planner are expected to as sist the eastern Oregon landowners ! and operators. They are workmg with local Farm Security adminis tration supervisers and the county extension agents. Establishment of the water facilities areas also involves bureau of agricultural ec onomics and water facilities board approval. Under the program, farmers and ranchers needing stock water, sup plemental irrigation and similar farm water developments may apply for FSA financing assistance and SCS technical help. Wells and springs. sprinkler irrigation systems, im provement of other irrigation plants, dams and ponds, windmills, and so on, are included in the permissable oroiects. In all cases, too, the water facility farmer works out with service as sistance a general land-use im Drovement plan that he follows dur infi the life of his development. Im proved cropping and tillage prac tices for erosion control, and revis ed irrigation practices for water conservation are among those de veloped under such a plan. within six months from the date of this notice. Dated and first published this J6th day of January, 1941. HAROLD A. WRIGHT, Administrator. NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY PROPERTY Bv virtue of an ORDER OF THE COUNTY COURT, dated February 6, 1941, I am authorized and directed to advertise and sell at public auc tion at not less than the minimum price herein set forth: SM.SWy4, SWy4SEy4 Section 12; NWy4NEy4 Section 13, Twp. 4 S., R. 29 E. W. M., Morrow County, Oregon for the mini mum price of $350.00, cash. Lot 11 and the South 75 feet of Lots 9 and 10, Block 9 of Sperry's 2nd Addition to lone, Oregon for the minimum price of $25.00 cash. Lots 4, 5, and 6, Block H; North 30 ft. of Lot 4, Block B in the Town of Hardman, Mor row County, Oregon for the minimum price of $15.00 cash. THEREFORE, I will on the 15th day of March, 1941 at the hour of 2:00 P. M., at the front door of the Court House in Heppner, Oregon, sell said property to the highest and best bidder. C. J. D. BAUMAN, Sheriff, Morrow County, Oregon. The applicants offer the SWy4SEVi Sec. 22; NWy4NEy4; ENW Sec 27, T. 6 S., R. 27 E. W. M., in ex change for an equal value of timber from approximately 110 acres com prising part of Sees. 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 21, and 22, T. 4 S., R. 32 E. W. M. Portions of the offered land are subject to a reservation for an ex isting road and telephone lines. The purpose of this notice is to allow all persons claiming the se lected lands or timber or having bona fide objections to the proposed exchange, an opportunity to file their protests or other objections in this office within 30 days from the date of the first publication of this notice. W. F. JACKSON, Register. Date of first publication, January 30, 1941. Help With Water Facilities to Be Expanded by SCS Baker An expanded program of farm water development in eastern Oregon during 1941 is in prospect with the setting up of a special wat er facilities office here by the Soil Conservation service. The new office with W. R. Stan ley, water facilities engineer in charge, will be responsible for tech nical assistance and other coopera tion with farmers and ranchers be tween the Washington and Califor nia state lines and from the Idaho boundary to the Cascade mountains. Two water facilities areas, on the Burnt river and John Day river watersheds, are included. Construction is being completed on the approximately $50,000 Lake- view Water Users project, involving reconstruction of a dam and irriga tion distribution system. Stanley disclosed that plans also are being made for building a dam at Badger lake on the eastern slope of the Cas cades in Wasco county. Stanley, formerly of the service's Market Service To Be Expanded By OSC Changes Expanded service in agricultural marketing in Oregon has been ar I ranged by the extension service at Oregon State college and aproved by the state board of higher educa tion. with the appointment of Clif ford L. Smith as assistant extension economist in marketing. Smith, who is now regional chief of the farm management service for the Farm Security administration, wtih head quarters in Portland, will assume his new duties about February 13, according to W. L. Teutsch, assist ant director of extension. Smith, a graduate of Oregon State college wi a master's degree from Kansas State, was for four years county agent in Clatsop county, which position he left in 1935 to be come director of rural rehabilita tion in Oregon in the federal ser vice, a position he held until ap pointed to his present office about a year ago. In recommending his appointment, William A S.choenfeld, dean and di rector of agriculture, stated that Smith's wide experience in agricul tural work throughout the state, and his broad view of all phases of the industry in the Pacific northwest fitted him admirably for his new position. In his new position in the exten sion service Smith will be assistant to Paul Carpenter, present exten sion economist in marketing, and clans have been drawn for a com prehensive program to be carried on by these two specialists. Both Carpenter and Smith will de vote attention to programs for hand ling Oregon's agricultural output to the best advantage, both in the live stock and crops fields. The present service to Oregon cooperative organ izations will be continued and ex- nandpd. and more service can be rendered to those groups interested in marketing agreements than heretofore. Detaileld plans for carrying out the enlarged program will be for mulated as soon as Smith reports tor duty. The increased service is ex pected to be of benefit directly or indirectly to all agricultural en terprises in Oregon, according to extension officials. SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR MOR ROW COUNTY. Frank Wilkinson, Plaintiff, vs. Russel Hogeland. and Ida Hogeland, husband and wife. Also all other persons or parties unknown claim ing any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate describ ed in the complaint herein, Defendants. To Russel Hogeland, and Ida Hoge land, his wife. Also all other per sons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or in terest in the real estate described in the complaint herein, Defend ants: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you are hereby re auired to appear and answer plain tiffs complaint filed against you in the above entitled court and cause within four weeks from the date of the first publication of this sum mons and if you fail to so appear or answer the plaintiff will apply to the above entitled court for the relief prayed for in his complaint, to-wit: For a decree quieting plain tiff's title in and to the following described real property, situate in Morrow County, Oregon, to-wit: The SW of NE4, SV2 of Nwy4 and Nwy4 of swy4 of Section 24 in Township five (5) South, Range 26 East of Will amette Meridian, and that plaintiff be adjudged the owner in fee simple of said real property and that you and each of vou be forever barred of and from all right, title, estate, lien or interest in or to said real property and every part thereof; and for such other and further relief as may be just and equitable. This summons is served upon you by publication thereof in Heppner Gazette Times, a newspaper of gen eral circulation, once a week for four successive weeks pursuant to an order of Hon. Bert Johnson, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon for Morrow County, which order is dated January 29th, 1941, and the date of the first pub lication of this summons is January 30th 1941. JOS. J. NYS, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and postoffice address, Heppner, Oregon. NOTICE OF STREET VACATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will at a regular meet ing of the Common Council of Hepp ner, Oregon, on the 3rd day of March, 1941, at the hour of 7:30 p. m.. of said day present to said Com mon Council, a petition to vacate the following portions of streets within said city, to-wit: All that ortion of Huggins Street, Clark Street and Sterling Street within the following tract of land, to-wit: Begining at a point 26.8 feet west of a point on the East line of Section 27 in Township two (2) South, Range 26 East of Willamette Merid ian 1531.2 feet South of the East quarter Section corner of said Sec tion and running thence North 54 degrees 30 min. West 332.1 feet, thence South 35 deg. 30 min. west 60 feet, thence West 69.8 feet, thence South 54 deg. 30 min. East 424.9 feet, thence East 29 feet, thence North 102.7 feet to the place of beginning. ALSO, that portion of Center Street in the City of Heppner, lying be tween the East line of Chase btreet, and the West line of Oregon-Wash ington Highway, and all persons having objections to the vacation of said portion or said Streets are hereby required to pre sent such objections and file the same with said Common Council on or before the time said petition will be presented. ' Dated and first published this tin day of February, 1941. MORROW COUNTY UKAUN GROWERS, INC, a corpora tion. 49-51. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Or egon for Morrow County, Adminis trator of the estate of Clyde G. Wright, deceased, and all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased, are hereby required to present the same with proper vouchers duly verified, to the said Administrator at the law office of P. W. Mahoney, at Heppner, Oregon, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTER IOR, U. S. Land Office, The Dal les, Oregon, January 22, 1941. Notice is hereby given that on January 22, 1941, Helen M. Clay, Er win R. Mowrey, and Lola M. Case, whose address is given as in care of F. S. Clay, Kerr Gifford, Inc., Port land, Oregon, filed formal applica tion No. 031680, under the act . of March 20, 1922 (42 Stat. 465) as amended by the act of February 28, 1925 (43 Stat. 1090, 16 U. S. C. 486) to exchange land for timber within the Umatilla National Forest, Oregon. NOTICE On December 2, 1940, an ordin ance was passed by the City Coun cil of Heppner, requiring all per sons keeping livestock within the City of Heppner to secure a permit from the said Council for that pur pose. This ordinance became ef fective January 2, 1941. Application must be made to the Council in writing for such permit and if acted upon favorably by the said Council, the permit will be issued by the recorder at a cost ot $1.00. Notice is hereby given that all persons, who are keeping horses, cattle or sheep, within the city lim its of the City of Heppner, must secure a permit on or before March 1st, 1941. Dated and published this 23rd day of January, 1941. J. O. TURNER, Mayor. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, General Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, January 10, 1941. NOTICE is hereby given that Elza H. Vinson, of Lena; Oregon, who, on December 12, 1395, made Additional S. R. Homestead entry, Act. Dec. 29, 1916, No. 029027, for SWy4, Ny2SEy4 Sec. 17; WNEy4, ENWy4, SEy4 NE, NWy4NWy4 of Section 20. Township 9 S., Range 26 E., Willam ette Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. W. Barlow, County Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon, at Heppner, Oregon, on the 1st day of March, 1941. Claimant names as witnesses: Ed ward Clark, of Heppner, Oregon; Sylvaneous Wright, of Lexington, Oregon; Dick Robison, of Kimberly, Oregon; Lee Flannings, of Kimberly, Oregon. W. F. JACKSON, Register.