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Don't snd out of town for any
thing until you first try Rosewall
FOR SALE 100 sacks good seed
LOST -Croton wrist watch with
leather band. Substantial reward
for returning same to the Gazette
Times office. 31c
LOST Buick hub cap between
Heppner and Elbert Cox place.
Return to Heppner garage. Re
NOTICE OF ESTRAY Came to
my place Sept. 25, 1946, one year
ling Hereford bull. No visible
brand, no ear mark. Owner may
have same by properly identify
ing animal and paying advertis
ing and feed costs. O. W. Cuts
forth, Lexington, Ore. 31-33c
FOR SALE First cutting alfalfa
hay; ton lots or more. We deliver.
See Harold Erwin or phone 7F3
mornings or evenings. 31p
FOR SALE New, modern, 2 bed
room size house with full base
ment, 2-car garage; furnace, el
ectric water heater and electric
stove. Glenn Parsons. 31-32p
We have car and truck chains for
immediate delivery. Rosewall Mo
I ADVISE the parties, some of
whom are known to me, that got
posts from my camp at Rock
Springs unbeknown to me last
winter to make arrangements for
payment or they are going to get
into trouble. C. W. Phegley, Box
91, Spray, Ore. 31 -34c
FOR SALE Modern electric Con
lon irorver. Hotel Heppner, 3-c
FOR SALEJohn Deere model D
tractor on rubber two and Vi mos.
old; 3 28-in. disc plows; new
mi Ion rolling cover crop disc, 6
ft., slightly used, $2750 cash for
complete outfit. Will not sell sep
arately. CDiarles R Willbanks,
Route 3, Box 91, Oregon City,
FOR SALE 2 new glass doors 2'8"
xG 8". O. M. Yeagtr, 415 Jones St.,
FOR RENT-Skeping room with
privilege of bath. O. M. Yeager,
415 Jones St.
FOR SALE Interlocking pumice
building blocks. B. & B. Mortar
less Block Co., Phone 1551, Pen-
re-' Box 2f'2- 30-33p,
WANTED Linoleum laying, paper
hanging, kemtoning. E. L. Ald
rich, lone, 30-33p.
FOR SALE House on Baltimore
street, 3 bedrooms, full basement.
Newly decorated, new linoleum.
Price $1100. Turner, Van Martcr
& Co. 30tf.
VVANTIO) TO BUY Modern house in
Heppner. Terms csh. Inquire at
Gazette Times office. 29tf
FOR SALE Good house. In A-l
shape, nice yard, double garage,
store room and woodshed, garden
spot, Address Box 496. Heppner or
Inquire Gazette Times office. 2932c
I suffered for years and am so
thankful that I am free from pain
and able to do my work that I will
gladly answer anyane writing me
for information. Mrs. Anna Pauti,
P.O.Box 825, Vancouver, Wash.
Pd. Adv. NUE-OVO Laboratories
NOTICE OP SALE OF HEAL
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
KTATI-; OK OREGON KOH UMA
In the Mutter of the Guardianship of
tliu estutu of AlUia Laikni, an in
NOTICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN that
from and after the 22ml day of No
vember, am, at the law office of
Iwla & Wells, Title Insurance Build
ing, Pendleton. Umatilla County. Oro
K'n. the underpinned, as guardian of
Die entute of Altiia Iurkin, an insane
person, wil prtK-eed to sell at private
Hide, all the rlht, title and interest
of the eald ward in and to the follow
ing described real property, to-wit:
An undivided one-pi xth (1-ti) in
terest In and to the South west
Quarter of Section 22 in Township
One (1) North. Hange 2fi - East of
Willamette Meridian; and,
An undivided one-Hixth interest In
and to lot Five M HI'ok Eighteen
1M In the oriKimil Tuwn of Lex
Eaid real property will be and In
one parcel, delivery of title being by
Dated thin Hth dav of October, 1946.
M A. LEACH, Guardian.
LEWIS & WELLS. Attorney for
Guardian. Title Insurance Build-
Ihk. Pendleton, Oregon. 30-34.
NOTICE OF BID BALE
Notice la hereby elven that the Mor
row County AKiiculturay Conservation
Committee will receive sealed bids up
to and irirluilintr OcMher 2S. urn. at
It h office In Heppner. Oregon, for the
aale of four K'''i" blowers belonging
to o nun id 1 1 y ( edit t.orporat ion. viz
3 new U. S. Wind Engine & Pump
Co. blowers located at Interior
Warehouse Co., Heppner, Oregon.
1 lined Link Manufacturing Co.
blower lotnted at Jordan Eleator
Co Jordun. Oresron.
Hids lo be received on the basis of
Hie tiui'ce.swful bidder taking posses
stoii of the property where It is loeat
cd and In the condition It is found.
Hlght Is reserved to reject any or
J.toltRO VCOUNTY AGntCUL
'Vifi' wN.SKKVATION COM-
:Y BAKER, Chairman.
fcOi'ICII 'iU CREDITORS
NOTICE 1b hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of the estate of Lucan
Kllgore, deceased, by the County
Court of tho Slate of Orogon for the
County of Morrow, and haa accepted
mirh trust. All pormma having claims
against aald estata are required to
prcHent the namo to Bald administra
tor at hlfl office in Heppner, Oregon,
within Blx months from the date of
Dated and flrnt published this 8rd
day of October 1948.
J. O. TURNER,
NOTICK !'' KHTKAY I 'nine to my
pliwn lllmllt Feb. 1. 11140. the fnlli.w
Imk rli'Hcrlliml stex'k; Ono liurluiin
unii llwrnrtl ciiw: one inulny Jcr
my unii Ownwy cow, nml ono ilo
honinil UucriiHoy cow. No vlnllile
britnilH on thcHii imlnmlfl anil ftll lire
old eowB. owner or owners timy
hiivo wiiiie by properly elulmliiK nml
tkivlnv feeilllilt illul Mivel'llHillK
IN THE cnM.'UIT COURT OF THF
STATK OK OHECON FOR Till
COUNTY OF MORROW.
JAMKS H. l'Ef'K. Halnllff. v. MIT-
a. r,, ueleiidulit.
To Mitzie B. Peck. lM-tmdiwt :
IN TUB NAUR OF Till! ktitp m
ORKUON : You are hereby required to
vimi mlu tuiKwer me complaint (ileo
maiiiat you in the above entitled coun
nu cuue wiunil rimr weeks trom the
date of the first publication of tliu
Jummons, and If you fail to so apueui
and annwer. f,,r want therm.f tl-
ululntirf will aiinly to the am. I fourl
for relief an prayed for In plaintiff
complaint, to-wit: for a Liecree of this
i-oun aiMHoivniit the bonds of mati-i
moiiy now exulting between plaintiif
-..v. u.-IC,i.min uuu graining to plain
tiif an absolute decree of divorce:
and for a further ilpf-reo nur.li r, .'.
the plaintiff absolute ownership ri the
1941 Chevrolet automobile now owned
uy pmiuiiii and uelendant.
This sunirnoiifl Is served upon you
by publication thereof for a period
of four consecutive weeks in the
Heppner Gazette Times by order of
the Honorable Hert Johnson. Juiifce of
ouiuy nmri oi the hlale of Ore
gon, for the County of Morrow, which
said order was made and entered on
the 18th dav of October !i4fi ur.rl rirut
date of publication of' this summons
is me iin aay oi October, 1946
v J. O. TURNER,
o . , . . Attorney for Maintiff.
fostofflce Address, Heppner, Oregon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR TILK
COUNTY OF MORROW.
Jackson Implement Company a cor
Lois A. Young and John Doe Young,
her husband .the unknown heirs of
Litis A. Young, deceased; Burton
White and Jane Doe White, his
wife; Myrtle White Blomant arid
Lewis B. Blornant, iter hudound; Ef
fie White Hazelwood and Richard
Hazelwood, her huaband ,the un
known heirs of Effie Whito Hazel
wood, deceased; Vernon H.jzelwood
and Jane Doe Hazelwood, his wife;
Michael B. Ward and Jane Doe
Ward, his wife .the unknown heirs
of Michael H. Ward, decea-sed ; L.
Hexter, L. May & Sol Blumaer. do
ing business under the firm and
style of Hexter. May & Comany; L.
Hexter and Jane Doe Hexter, his
wife, the unknown heirs of L. Hex
ter, deceased ; L. May and Jane
Doe May ,hts wife, the unknown
heirs of L. May .deceased; Sol Blu
maer and Jane Doe Blumaer, his
wife, the unknown heirs of Sol Blu
mae.r, deceased ; also all other per
sona or parties unknown elaimlng
any right, title .estate .lien or in
terest in the real estate described
To: Lois A .Young and John Doe
Young, her husband, the unknown
heirs of Lois A. Young, deceased ;
Myrtle White Blomant and Lewis B.
Blomant .her husband. Effie White
Hazelwood and Richard Hazelwood,
iier huaba'id ,the unknown heirs of
Effie Wiiite Hazelwood, deceased;
Vernon Hazel wood and Jane De
Hazelwood, his wife, Michael B.
Ward and Jane Doe Ward, lua wile,
the unknown heirs of Michael R.
Ward, deceased; L. Hexter and Jane
Doe I lex ter. his wife; L. May and
Jane Doe May, his wife; Sol Blu
maer and Jane Doe Blumaer, his
wife, the unknown heirs of L. May.
deceased, the unknown heirs of L.
Hexter. deceased, the unknown heirs
of Sol Blumaer, deceased, also all
other pei ..( I ,$ or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate ,lien
or interest in the real estate describ
ed herein, DEFENDANTS.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the Complaint fil
ed against you in me above emmea
Court and cause within 4 weeks from
the date of the first publication of this
Summons and if you fail to appear and
uiswer. lor want thereof, me planum
will apply to the Court for relief as
prayed for In the said Complaint, to-
wit: For a Decree that me riaimm
s the owner in fee simple of the fol
lowing described real property situ-
nied in Morrow uouruy, biaie oi ure-
The West 25 feet running across
the Lot North and South in Lot 5;
The South 20 feet of Lot 2 and the
North 4U feet of Lot 3; the East
half of the East half of Lots 6 and
7; Lot 9; All In Block 10 In the
Town of Lexington. Morrow Coun
ty. State of Oregon.
And that the plaintiff is the owner
n fee simple of the said land, free
from any right .title, estate, lien or
interest of you and of each of you. and
that you. or anv of you. have no riht,
title, estate, lien or interest In the
said land, or any part thereof, and
perpetually restrain and enjoin you.
ind eacn oi you. your neirs ana a
il'iis. from asserting or claiming anv
right, title, estate ,lien or interest In
the said land, or any part thereof, ad-
rse to the planum.
Tins Summons is served upon you
by publication thereof for 4 consecu
tive weeks in the Heppner Gazette
Times, by order of the Honorable Bert
Johnson Judge of the County Court
it Morrow i. ouniy. Maie oi ureon.
u-hieh said Order was made and en
tered on the 18th day of October. 194ti,
d the first date ot tins puiifuaiion
is October 24, 1946.
1'. W. MAMO.-NM.
Attorney for the Plaintiff,
Postoffiee Address. Heppner, Oregon.
NOTICE OP FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned executor of the estate of F.
D. Cox, deceased, has filed with the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Morrow County, his final account
of his administration of the estate of
said deceased, and said court has fix
ed Tuesday the 12th day of Novem
ber 1W6. nt the hour of 10:00 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day at the
Court House fit Heppner. Oregon as
the time and place for hearing objec
tions to said final account and the
settlement of said estate, and all per
sons having objections thereto are
hereby required to file same with said
court on or before the time fixed for
Dated and first published this 10th
day of October 1946.
29-32 DEE COX. Jr Executor.
NOTICE OF BALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated Octo
ber 8, 1946, I am authorized and di
rex-ted to advertise and sell at pub
lie auction at not less than the mln
Imum price herein set forth:
Lot 6 In Block 2, Ayers' Second
Addition to the City of Heppner
for the minimum price of $25.00.
THEREFORE, I wil on the 9th
day of November, 194G at the hour
of 10:00 a. m at the front door of
the Court House In Heppner, Ore
gon, sell said property to the high
est tuvd best bidder.
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff, Morrow County, Oregon
By FRANCES MITCHELL
39 SW Dorlon Avenue
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bible school, 9:45; C. W. Barlow,
Supt.; Mrs. Joe Jewett, junior su
perintendent; Mrs. Robert Walker,
This Sunday we are beginning a
Sunday school contest with the
Church of Christ in Athena. Their
attendance and interest is about the
same as ours. Points counting are:
attendance, bibles, bible chapters
read, and the number at morning
worship service. May it stimulate
both churches to work against, the
devil with greater zeal.
Morning worship, 11: communion
and preaching. This Sunday we are
to nave as guest speaker, Kenneth
Johnston, field representative of
Northwest Christian college, ' Eu
gene, will be with us and will bring
the morning message.
Adult Christian Endeavor, 6:30,
nooen waiKer, leaaer. We are
continuing our discussions on per
Evening service, 7:30, "Life of
HOT1CE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby eiven thnt th nn.
derBiKiied has been duly appointed by
me v.uuiity v-uuri oi inorrow county,
State ot Oregon, Administratrix of the
Estate of Albert H. Rea. deceased And
all persons having claims against the
said estate of said deceased are here
by required to present the same with
proper vouchers duly verified as re
quired oy law to the said Adminis
tratrix at the law office of P .W. Ma
honey, at Heppner, Oregon, within
?ix months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 24th
day of October, 1946.
MARY M. WOOD,
Attorney for Administratrix,
P. W. MAHONEY,
Heppner, Ol egon. 31-35.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was duly appointed
by the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Morrow County ex
ecutrix of the estate of Stena
Schleevoig'ht. deceased, and all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased are hereby
required to present the same with
proper vouchers to said executrix
at the law office of Jos- J. Nys,
at Heppner, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this
3rd day of October, 1946.
We Now Have Available
A New HOLT
By the Day, Half Day or Hour
Complete Line of
VARNISHES, FILLERS fir WAXES
for Complete Floor-Finishing
1 ill d va
To Clean House
when you use these available items
from our shelves. We suggest a few:
Pure linseed oil jelly soop. Cleans and preserves paint
ed surfaces and linoleum.
MAYTAG WATER SOFTENER
Makes hardest water like rain water.
Cleans melal and glassware.
BRUCE FLOOR CLEANER
An effective preparation for dry cleaning; wood floors,
linoleum und other wax surfaces.
BRUCE PACKAGE UNIT
Floor finish Floor Wax Pasta Wood Filler Filler
Solvent. CLIMAX WALL PAPER CLEANER
Improved to prevent crumbling.
Woodwork and wall cleaner.
Heppner Hardware h
Paul." We are showing the second
of the pictures on the Life of Paul
this week. The sound motion pic
tures for this week are "On the
Road to Damascus" and "Faith
Triumphant." The public is invited
to this service. The folk from the
Methodist church have been shar
ing this series of films with us.
Tuesday, Oct. 29, there will be
a meeting of the Bible school teach
ers and officers. As a special fea
ture of the evening, Mrs. Thelma
Kindle of Hermiston will be with
us to bring a study on teaching
Sunday, Nov. 3 is to be Boy's Day
at the Church of Christ. There will
be a special message for boys. The
ushering will be done by boys, and
the serving at the Lords Table.
Choir practice Thursday evening
Midweek service of Bible study
and prayer Thursday evening at 8.
CHURCH OF IONE
Alfred Shirley, Pastor
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Bible study Monday evening,
Choir practice Wednesday eve
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister,
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Sunday Church School 10 a. m.
Women's Society of Christian
Service meets te first Wednesday
of each month.
Dr. and Mrs. George Henton of
Portland will be hunting guests of
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. McMurdo this
Wanted! Men And
Women Who Are
Hard Of Hearing
To make this simple, no risk hearing
test with Ourine drops used with sim
ple syringe. If you are deafened, both
ered by ringing, buzzing head noises
due to hardened or coagulated wax
(cerumen), try our Ourine Home Me
thod test that so many say haa enabl
ed them to hear well again. You must
hear better after making this simple
test or you get your money back at
once. Ask about Ourine Ear Drops to
Humphreys Drug Company
Capitol News Letter..,
By MURRAY WADE
STATE FUNDS EARMARKED
In looking over monthly financial
reports of the state treasurer many
people g(t the erroneous idea that
the state of Orgon is overburdened
with idle cash. Such misapprehen
sions are forever creating raids for
state support of some "ism" by
lobbying pressure groups at the leg
islature or by initiative petition
About 97 per cent of the state
funds listed in the report of State
Treasurer Leslie M. Scott, issued
October 1, are "untouchables," al
located for some specific purpose,
either by a vote of the people or
by legislative enactment.
Of the $185,575,500 total listed,
$67,289,000 is in the unemployment
compensation fund, held in Wash
ington, D. C, "frozen" as a federal
state participating account. The
state general fund is the next larg
es item, $30,551,000, budgeted for
state "running expenses." The $17,
926,251 of highway funds is specifi
ed by law for highway construction,
brdiges and state parks, with the
exception of a percentage, this year
amounting to $2,000,000 for counties,
and $1,000,000 for cities, and the
maintenance of state police, The
state building fund now totals $9,
998,764, voted by the people andi
appropriated by the legislature.
There now is $5,373,651 in the li
quor fund (the commission having
just sold their Kentucky distillery)
which goes to the public welfare
fund along with heavy profits. The
industrial accident fund is fixed by
law for industrial accident compen
sation. The public assistance fund
has $1,916,277 derived from past li
quor profits, and marked for old
age assistance. The higher educa
tion fund now has $1,837,394, voted
by the people and by appropriation
by the legislature. That is the pat
tern of reports. There is no consid
erable amount of money in the
state treasury that is not obligated
for state expenditures.
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ED DUD i
DEAN OF SENATE DIES
William If. Strayer, vet ran of the
Oregon senate, died last Friday at
a Baker hospital following a stroke,
He was the oldest member of the
legislature in point of years of con
tinuous service. He was first elect
ed in 1914 to represent Baker coun
ty and was electeed for seven suc
cessive terms on the democratic
ticket. He was born in Freeport,
Iowa, in 1866 and came to Oregon
DAYS OF COMMEMORATION
Bulletins issued this week by
Governor Earl Snell called for pub
lic observance of Bible week, Oc
tober 21 to 27; Navy day, October
27th and the anniversary of the
birth of Theodore Roosevelt, Oc
"During Bible week," said the
governor, "I urge that we all take
time to review the great religious
truths present in all faiths, and
creeds, in order that we may gain
a better understanding of the way
of life which, if observed, can only
serve to make us all happier and
more worth-while citizens of the
world." Of Navy day the governor
said, "On this day in many parts
of the world, appropriate floral tri
bute will be paid to the thousands
of young men who gave their lives
in the service of the United States
navy during this most recent, and
other, wars. On this day I suggest
that state and national flags be dis
played prominently and that proper
attention be directed to the observ
ance of the day." In endorsing the
observance of the birh of Theodore
Roosevelt he said, "It is only fitting
that we pause to honor this man
who, as a life-long public servant,
soldier, statesman, president and
'father of the modern navy,' served
his country well and faithfully
who was the originator of many
laws and projects which then and
now bring great benetits to the
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Heppner Gazette Times, October 24, 1946 5
in rented dwellings is subject to
property taxes, the state supreme
court ruled thia week. The decision
sustained Ju4e Janvs R. Bain.
Portland, who ruled that the legis
lature did not intend to exempt
furniture which was used for com
mercial purposes. Justice Hay
wrote the prevailing decision. Jus
tice Rossman dissentt-d, maintain
ing that the law read household
furniture and as such should be
A drivers' license examiner is
scheduled to be on duty in Hepp
ner Tuesday, October 29, and will
be at the courthouse between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Per
sons wishing licenses or permits to
drive are asked to get in touch with
him during those hours.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwarz
and Len Ray have been deer hunt
ing in the mountains for the last
New Bus Schedule - Gray Rock Lines
Effective Nov. 4, 1946
FOSSIL BUS SCHEDULE
Lv. Fossil ..J0:30 A.M.
Lv. Mayville 10:42 AJVL
Ar. Condon .. .11:10 A.M.
Lv. Condon ...11:25 A M.
Lv. Olex 12:10 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 12:30 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 12:45 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 2:10 PJVL
Lv. Kinzua 7:45 AJL, Ar.
Lv. Heppner 10:30 A.M.
Lv. Lexington 10:45 A-M.
Lv. lone 11:00 A.M.
Ar. Arlington 12:25 P. M.
Lv. Arlington 12:45 P.M.
Ar. The Dalles 2:10 P.M.
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Ar. Fossil 7:00 P.M.
Ar. Mawille 6:49 P.M.
Lv. Condon .... 6:20 P.M.
Ar. Condon . 6:05 P. M.
Lv. Olex 5:15 P.M.
Lv. Arlington 4:55 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 4:35 P.M.
Lv. The Dalles 3:10 P.M.
7:40 A-M. (On Call)
Ar. Heppner 6:45 P.M.
Lv. Lexington 6:30 P.M.
Lv. lone .-..: 15 P.M.
Lv. . Arlington 4:50 P.M.
Ar. Arlington 4:35 P.M.
Lv. The Dalles 3:15 P.M.
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