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Heppner Gazette Times, April 27, 1944 7
Classified : and Legal ; Advertising
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT merits for the year 1944 45, should
NOTICE is hereby given that the appear at that time. Petitions for
undersigned, executrix of the es- the reduction in assessment must be
tate of Bertha A. Leicht, deceased,' in writin.g verified by oath of ap
Viae filor? Yer inal afmiinf ff liAr nlianf rr Kic flttnrnpv anA must.
FOR SALE Late 1940 Vh ton In- adminitration of estate with filed with the board within the first
ternationai true; all steel plat- the c Morrow Cour . week it is in session. Any petition
ra ' s- ty, Oregon, and said Court has fix- or application not so made, verified,
ed as the time and place for hear- and filed shall not be considered or
FREE! If Excess acid causes you ing on and final settlement of said acted upon by the board.
pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indigestion, final account, Monday, May 1, 1944, Dated at Heppner, Oregon, April
Heartburn, Belching, Bloating, at the hour of . 11:00 A. M. at the 18 1944.
Nausea, Gas Pains, get free sample County Court room of the Court .
Udga, at Humphreys Drug Com- House in Heppner, Oregon. ' All 4 6
pany. Z-lip persons having objections to said
are required to file
WE WILL PAY CASH FOR USED final account
PIANOS AND WASHING MA- the same with said Court on or he
CHINES. PENDLETON MUSIC fore said date.
HOUSE, PENDLETON OREGON. Dated and first published this
3-6c 30th day of March, 1944
NELLIE L. NETTER,
J. O. Turner, Heppner, Oregon At
torney for Executrix 1-5
FOR SALE 4400-aere stock ranch
on Big Butter creek. 50 acres al
falfa, balance fine bunch grass..
Write Ethel Badoux, Pendleton,
Oregon. " 2-5c
LAWN MOWERS sharpened fac-
A "NT T T '1 Oi
iiauiaigiicu au'iuuLonuiui j.
CHICKS Day old and started. New estate of Marion F. Caldwell, de
Hampshires and White Leghorns, ceased, has filed with the County
uet tnem now ror rail layers, vi-. Cou,,.t Df the State of Oregon for
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the required by law
j .f v, of Jos. J. Nys, at
W. O. DLX, Assessor,
Morrow County, Oregon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned was duly appointed bytre
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County administratrix
of the estate of C. W. McNamer, de
ceased, and all persons having
cjlaiims against the estate of said
deceased, are hereby required to
present the same to the undersigned
administratrix, duly verified us
at the law office
These are busy times
especially so for the one
who has to plan and pre
pare the meals for the
family for she too is do
her share of war work.
It will be a boost to her's
and the family's morale to eat out occasionally
to enjoy one of our STEAK DINNERS, or an
oyster supper, or any one of the wide variety of
excellent meals to be found on our bill of fare.
Come any time . . . we're always prepared.
Nys, at Heppner, Oregon,
months from the date
Dated and first published
uuua Lr.. idle vjtauc ui v- fo-"' Hril, , r a .J tfAH
Hatchery, Htrmiston, Momw final account 13th da VSV, w
4-7p Q administration of said estate
-Netted and that said Court has fixed Mon-
SARA E. McNAMER,
FOR SALE Seed potatoes -
Gems and Cobbler. Also two day, the 1st day of May, 1944 at thf NOTICE. Ol SsALl', U CUUJNl
tractors, a Fordson and an Inter- hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said PROPERTY
national. E. W. Moyer 45p day in the County Court rooom at By virtue of an ORDER OF THE
FOR SALE Seed potatoes, Early Heppner, Oregon as the time and COUNTY COURT, dated April 11,
Michigan, $2 a sack. R. K. Miller, place for hearing said objections to 1944. I am authorized and directed
Boardman Ore 4-6n said final account and the settle- u auveiuw: um sen i av-
j. -is u .i j u nnc, tinn at not less than the minimum
FOR SALE-Three extra good milk S17 . Win . Wh:
two fresh, one comins wJn'IMB , - , . ,
cows; two rresH, one coming
fresh. Cora Burroughs, lone Ore.
I will be unable to accept any
orders for Electrical Wiring until
until June first.
5-7c Hills Electric
by required to file the same with
said Court on or before the time
fixed for said hearing.
Dated and: first published this
30th day of March, 1944.
A. C. CALDWELL
and NOTICE OF FINAL ACOUNT
5p NOTICE b hereby given that the
FOUND Automobile wheel
tire. Phone 3011, lone, Ore.
undersigned, admiiilsrator of che
hogs,, weight 200 pounds each. W. estate of -Cora D. Crawford, de-
O. Cutsforth, Lexington.
5tfc ceased, has filed his final account
with the County Court of the State
T rctrt 1 lJn ff C of Oregon., for the County of Mor
lVglll lVUlUsW row and court has set as th
time and place for hearing on and
final settlement of said final ac-
Lots 21 and 22 in Block 8 of the
City of Boardman, Morrow Com -ty,
Oregon for the minimum
price of $20.00, cash.
Lots 5, 6, 7 and! 8 in Block 4
Ayers 3rd Additien to the City
of Heppner. v Morrow County,
Oregon for the minimum price of
The West Half of the West Half
of Section 35, Township 2 North,
Range 23, E. W. M., Morrow
County, Oregon for the minimum
price of $1.00 per acre cash.
The North half of the North-east
Quarter, the South-east Quarter
of the North-east Quarter, the
North-east Quarter of the South
east Quarter of Section 3L
Township 2, North, Range 23, E.
W. M. Morrow County, Oregon
for the minimum price of $1.00
per acre, cash.
NOTICE OF SALE
I am going to sell at public auction at the County Court
House in Pendleton, Oregon on Monday, May 1, 1944, at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M., the well known Hid-a-way Springs
resort in this County near, or in the vicinity of Ukiah, Oregon,
consisting of approximately 1240 acres. This is a well known
summer resort with an abundance of deer and elk in season
and near many good trout fishing streams.
If you are interested in purchasing this property I will be
pleased to have you present and submit your bid. If you
find it inconvenient to b here at said time and wish to make
a bid, you may do so by enclosing a cashier's check represent
ing 15 percent of your bid and mail to me here in Pendleton
before the date of sale ia order that your bid may be opened
and read thare and then, and if you are the successful bidder
you will be promptly notified accordingly.
W. H. MORRISON, Receiver
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
Notice is hereby given that the count, Monday, the 1st day of May,
undersigned, as Administratrix of 1944 at the hour of 11:00 A. M. at
the Estate of Lucy C. Baird, de- the Court House in Morrow Coun-
ceased has filed her Final Account ty, Oregon. All persons having ob-
and report in the said Estate with jections to said final account must
the Clerk of this Court and that file the same with said Court on or THEREFORE, I will on the Uth
the Judge thereof has fixed Mon- before the date set for said hearing, day of May, 1944, at the hour of
day, Ma'l, at the hour of 10:00 Dated and first published this 10:00 A. M., at the front door of
A. M. as the time and the County 30th day of March, 1944. the Court House in Heppner, Ore-
Courtroom, in the Courthouse in J. O. TURNER gon, sell said property to the high-
Heppner, Morrow County, Oregon, i5 Administrator. est and best bidder.
as the place for hearing objections , JOHN H. FUTTEN,
to the said Final Account and the NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT Sheriff & Tax Collector
settlement thereof. Notice is hereby given that the By P. A. MOLLAHA-
CLARA B. GERTSON undersigned executrix of the estate 3.7 Deputy
Administratrix of the Estalte of of Frank N. Moyer, deceased, has N0'fICE TO CREDITORS "
Lucy C. Baird, deceased. filed with the County Court of the hereb yen the
P. W. Mahoney State of Oregon for Morrow Coun- duly appointed by
Attorney for the Admimistratnx ty her final account of her admin- Court of State of
Heppner, Oregon 5 istration of the estate of the said on for Moriw execu.
NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY deceased, and that said Court has q rf McCul
PROPERTY ?oX.fT7y' I tvlkT lough, deceased, and all persons
By virtue of an ORDER OF THE JM4 at having claims against the estate of
COUNTY COURT, dated March 22, M. of said day at the County Court hereby required
1944, I am authorized and directed room at the Court House at Hepp- t
to advertise and sell at public auc- - Oregon, as the time and at ,aw q
tion at not less ?an the minimum - Hearmg &ce U Nys, at Heppner, Ore-
price herein set forth: gon, withm six months from the
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, in biock t - - date hereof.
of the Twn of Lexington, Mor- objections thereto are hereby re- first
County, Ore., for the mini- " 3 27th day of April, 1944.
An attractive small farm close in,
with modern improvements. 20 acres
irrigated; fine garden spot; 360 acres
good farm land.
F. W. Turner
From where I sit ... Joe Marsh
mum price of $25.00 cash.
:j l : .
Lots 22, 23, and 24 in Block 26 r u
Intigon, Morrow County, Ore- . Dated and first pubished this 13th
l. . : , dav of Ann! 1944.
stn lor tne minimum - - - A ,
Lot 7 in Block 17 of the City of
Silas Clay Gets Mad j.
at Women's Hats V
LORA M. MOYER, Executrix.
Notice is herbey given that on
Tuesday, May 2, 1944, at 2:00 P. M,
the Directors of the West Extension
Boardman, Morrow County, ure- uii iu iatihb Irrigation District, acting as a
gon for the minimum price of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Son, wiU meet at
$7.50, cash. on the second Monday in May office rf District Irrigon
The Southwest Quarter of the (Monday, May 8, 1944) the board to review correct
Northeast Quarter of Section So, of equalizatioin of Morrow County, annugl for
Township 4 South, Range 25, E. Oregon, will convene at the Court from July 1944 to June 3Q( 2945)
W. M. for the minimum price of house in Heppner, Oregon, and levied Tuesday, April 4, 1944.
$80.00, cash publicly examine the assessment c HOUGHTON,"
THEREFORE, I will on the 22nd rolls of said County for the year 4c ' ' Secretary
day of April, 1944, at the hour of 1944-1945, and will correct errors in .
10:00 A. M. at the front door of valuation, description or quality of FOR SHERIFF
the Court House in Heppner, Ore- land, lots or other property, assess- I hereby announce myself as a
son sell said property to the high- ed by the Assessor of Morrow candidate for the Republican noml
est and best bidder.
JOHN H. FUITEN
1-5 Sheriff & Tax Collector
County, Oregon, as of January 1, nation for the office of Sheriff of
1944. . Morrow county Oregon, subject to
All persons interested or having the will of the Republican voters,
any complaints against their assess- Pd. Adv. C. J. D BAUMAN
Silas Clay is complaining that
his wife's new hat cost more
than a bull calf. "And I wouldn't
mind it, if it was a hat," he says,
"but all it is, is a small bow and
a piece of feather."
'It isn't the size of the hat
that counts," says Bivon Earp,
"Well, what is it that counts?"
asks Si, exasperated.
"I'll tell you what it is that
counts," says Doc. "It's the lift
that a new hat gives to any
woman. It sort of picks up their
spirits . . . boosts morale. Little
things can do that. Like the
flower in your buttonhole," he
'says to Silas, "or that glass of
beer that you're enjoying."
From where I sit, Doc has
given us a mighty good defini
tion of morale. Important little
things. A flower in your button
hole ... a kind word from a
stranger ... a mellow glass of
beer with friends. Little things
especially important in these
days of strain.
No. 84 of a Series
Copyright, 1944, Brewing Industry Foundation