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Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon, January 23, 1947-3
NOTICE OF ESTRAY Came to
the Leo Gorger place 9 miles
N. E. of. lone about Jan. 1,
one Hereford bull about 4
years old, no visible brands
or marks. Owner may reclaim
same by paying feed and ad
vertising charges. See John
FOK SALE The Horn Pastime,
Condon. See Leonard V'igel,
Condon, Oregon. 43-45c
FOK" SALE 2 good heating
Avoid Annoyance And Discomfort
due to a clogged septic tank or cesspool.
I hdve purchased a tank pump and am in
position to give prompt, efficient service.
BONDED BABY CHICKS
As low as $5.00 per hundred
New Hampshire Pullets $25.00
New Hnmpshires, straight run 18.00
White Leghorn Pullets 36.00
White Leghorn Cockerels 5.00
Buff Orphingtons, straight run 18.00
Barred Rocks, straight run 18.00
White Rocks, straight run 18.00
Also BRONZE and BROAD BREASTED Turkey Poults
S80.00 per hundred
Order now and get delivery when you want them.
WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
9 A 4. J. 4. 4 A
I) IS LUXE
W$L$ The Tire thai Stayt
The only tire bnilt with the famoun Gear-Grip Tread; ntr
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Conitrnctlon for greater strength and longer mileage.
Champion of them ail I tl
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ROSEWALL MOTOR COMPANY
Your Firestone Dealer
stoves, wood; one small cook
stove, good for sheep camp.
N. D. Bailey. 41tXc
VOlt SALE One .pair new 8
power binoculars; one pair 5
power field glasses. Bruce
Both well. 42-5p
FOK SALE DS30 International
flat bed truck in good shape
with practically new rubber.
V. C. Christopherson, Lexing
NOTICE OF BALE OF SEAL PROP
EKTY IN THB COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATK OK OKKGON FOK LINN
In the matter of the estate of NANCY
K. H1L.YKU. DecetuH-d.
NCSTICE IS HbKKbY GIVEN that
the uii(ItvnigiieU, J"iui N. BHyeu, as
administrator of the estate of Nancy
. fiilyeu, deceased, by virtue of an
order of sale, iwued out of the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
Linn County, duly made and entered
on the 22nd day of August, IMS, In
the above entitled estate, licensing
and empowering the said administra
tor to well the hereinafter described
real property belonging to baid de
cedent, will offer for sale at private
suit; either fur cash or on terms, at
the front door of the Morrow County
Court J.oumj in Heppner, Morrow
County, Oregon, at ten o'clock A.M.,
on and after the 15th day of Febru
ary. 1947. all of the following de
scribed real property belonging to
BUM! uue, lo-wit;
The northwest quarter of Sec
tion IS, in Township 1 North of
k.uuie 2b East of the Willamette
Meridian, Oregon, containing 176
acres, the name being located In
M urrow County, Oregon.
Said wile will ho made subject to
the conlinnation of the above entitled
JOHN N. BII.YEU,
Administrator of the estate of
Mary E. Bilyeu, deceased.
Attorney for Administrator,
alern, Oregon. 43-47
Datf of first publication: January 16,
Uiie. uf lost publication: February 13,
NOTICE OP BALE OF COUNTY
l:y VIRTUE OF AN ORDKR OF
TUB COUNTY COURT dated January
13, 11147, I am authorized and directed
to advertise and sell at public auctiun
at nut lejiH than the minimum price
Ihti-Ih nut forth:
l)lK'k 2, Sperry's 4th addition to
the city ot lone for the minimum
price of $jr,.0u cah.
The Ka?t 5 acreM of
HE'i.NW'i and NVVViNEli lying
North of canal . In Section 13,
1'owiiahin 4 North, Raiixe 26 B.
Vv. 1. for the minimum price of
TiiKKKKOKE, I will on the 15th
d.iy of l-cbiuary. 1S47 at tlie hour of
Ki:(Ki A. M.. at the front dtxir of the
Court Hou.e in Heppner, Oregon, sell
wild property to the highest and best
C. J. D. BAUMAN.
4;47 21Prl. Morrow County. Ore.
HOTICE OP BOND REDEMPTION
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Trustee for the bondhold
ers of the Masonic Building Associa
tion of Heppner, Oregon, pursuant to
the provisions of that certain deed of
trust executed on the 2hth day of
December, 1935. by said Masonic
Building Association of Heppner. Ore
gon, has elected to redeem all out
standing bonds. That interest on said
bonds will cease on the first day
of February. 1947.
the owner or holder of said bonds
may present such bonds to the un
dersigned at the F'ist National Bank
of Portland, Oregon. Heppner Branch
and upon surrender and cancellation
thereof, will be paid the par value
thereof together with the accrued interest.
Dated and first published the 2fith
day of December. 1946.
FKANK S. PARKER,
Trustee for the Bondholders,
Masonic Building Association.
December 26, 1946. 40-44.
The minutes of the November
term were read and approved.
The court ordered the follow
ing Bangs' Disease Claim paid:
Fred Pettyjohn, $32.00.
The court ordered the cancel
lation of General Ftind Warrant
No. 2018 issued to Fannie Grif
fith in the amount of $4.60.
The court denied the petition
of David E. Lofgren for the re
duction of taxes on land in Sec
tion 16, Township 5 North of
Kange 26 East of Willamette
Warrants Drawn on General
Edna Hughes, Deputy
Sal $ 132.30
Frances Mitchell, Dep
uty Salary 147.80
Adell Forster, Office Clk. 115.70
Olive B. Hughes, Dep.
Sadie Parrish, Supt Asst 58.00
Tilman Hogue, Janitor
Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Phy.
Susie W. Miller, Court
Eastern Ore. Wheat Lea
Margaret GiHis, County
Shorb's Stationery, Clk.
Edna Hughes, Election
Margaret Miller, Elec
C. J. D. Bauman, Elec
tion $18.90; Sheriff
Heppner Laundry, Jail ...
Heppner Market, Jail ....
Central Market, Jail
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt.
Mileage $37.94; Supt.
Pec. Tel. & Tel. Co., Cur
rent Expense 63.35
State Dept. of Agr., Dist.
Lulu Hager, Emergency
Harold Becket, Ct. Hse.
Children's Farm Home,
Fred Pettyjohn, Bangs'
Bert Johnson, County Ct.
L. D. Neill, County Court
Hrst Nat. Bank of Port
land, Salaries 184.12
NOTICE OP FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned administratrix of the es
tate of Dave McAtoe, deceased, has
filed with the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Morrow County,
her final account of her administra
tion of the estate of said deceased
and said Court has fixed Monday Uie
37th day of January, 1947. at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day
at the Court House at Heppner. Ore
gon, as the time and place for hearing
objections to said final account and
the settlement of said estate and all
persons having objections thereto are
hereby required to file Uie same
with said Court on or before the time
fixed for said hearing.
Dated and first puollsl.ed this 2th
day of December. 1946.
VALLEJO MCATEE KREMERS.
iginal town of Lexington for the
minimum price of $30 .no. ca.sh.
Lots 6, 7 and S in Block 19 in the
original town of Lexington for the
minimum price of $30.oO. cash.
THEREFORE. I will on the sth day
of February. 1947 at the hour of 10:00
A. M. at the froitf door of the Court
House in Heppner. Oregon, sell said
property to the highest and best bid
C. J. D. BAUMAN,
Sheriff. Morrow County, Oregon.
By FRANCES MITCHELL, Deputy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'j
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Cora Bur
roughs, decca-sed, by the CouMy Cunt
of the State of Oregon, for ti.e Coun
ty of Morrow, and has accepted such
trust. All persons having cluimb
against said estate are hereby re
quired to present the same to-tne ad
ministrator Willi piopei ,.,umi'i.t il
tached at the office of J. O. Turner
Heppner, Oregon, wnun six munui.--
from the date ot the lirsl publication
f this notice. Dated anu ur.H puu
shed this 9th day of January. 194 7.
42-46 J. O. Turner, Admminnuor
NOTICE OP SALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OK AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated Janu
ary 3. 1917. 1 am authorized and di
rected to advertise and sell at public
auction at not less than the minimum
pil-e herein set forth:
Lot 6 In HI.Kk I. Hoy.ws Addition
to the town of Hardinan for the
minimum price of $15.00. cash.
Lots 4 and S in Block 2il In the or-
NOTICE OP PINAL ACCOUNT 1 1 ;
Notice is hereby given that the un- . t
ursigned administrator ot Itie estate e ,
t Alice King deceased, has men wiin
the County Court ol tlie oiaie o. voc
goli for Morrow County Ins final ac
count of the administration ot tlie
estate of said deceased and said court
fixed Monday, the loth day of teb-
ruary 1947. at the court n"U.--e
leppner. Oregon. a - -
,la'e tor hearing objections to said
inal account and me semcm.
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Hodge Chevrolet Co.
State Ind. Accident Com.
Slu-r. St.cr. Sal.
$0.30; Dep. Sal. $fj..'J0
K'Tt John.vjn, Judge,
Heppner Hardware &
Klectric, Court House
W. O. Dix, Assessor
C. W. Barlow, Clerk 40.60
C. W. Barlow, to. Clerk,
Current Expense $3.00;
Bert Johnson, Judge, Old
Age Asst. $1H-4.8fJ; Dep.
Children $'J.60; Blind
Asst. $5.00 559.40
C. J. D. Bauman, Stamps
& Envelopes . .. 25.00
Warrants Drawn on General
First Oregon Solon
To Get Desired Post
CrDii'rc'rnnn 1'.'.''! S'o'kman
of the Second district of Oregon
has been placed on t!.e powerful
appropriations committee of the
house of representatives.
Warrants Drawn on Miscellan
.Nelson C. Anderson, Fair
Fund . 258.75
lie is the f rst mi-mher of the
House from O-egon ever to serve
on the appropriations committee
in all tlie years since 1S59. when
Oregon was admitted to the Un
ion and sent its first represent
atives to the 3.Vh Congress.
There were 90 apt.iican'S in
the House for the eight positions
which were open to republicans
on the appropriations commit
tee at this session of congress,
and Congressman Stockman was
accorded recognition for his
practical business ability and
well balanced Judgment and as
signed to this commiltir. even
though other stales with l.irger
populations than Oregon had
many more votes to stiport mem-U-rs
from their own delegations.
Membership on the appropri
ations committee carries with
it great responsibility, but it al
so affords an opportunity for
particular service to the coun
try, especially a' this time when
the republican party has phdg
ed to make a determined effort
to balance the budget.
I . ll
wider than a
half as long.
William C. Heath
Austin Wilson 185.34
Robert Wagner 157.03
Darold Hams 104.46
W. Cunningham 188.95
Bill Harrison 150.35
Edwin L. Bucknum . 161.18
Chas. Williams 82.35
Frank Nixon 29.85
A. J. Chaffee 181.05
Montgomery Ward & Co.
Standard Oil Company
Columbia Equipment Co.
Union Oil Company 91.54
Jackson Implement Co. 292.12
Jack Allen Supply Co. ..
Western Auto Stores
Hodge Chevrolet Co
Heppner Lumber Co.
O. K. Rubber Welders ....
Heppner Lumber Co. ....
Industrial Air Products
Braden Tractor & Equip
ment Co 591.93
Rosewall Motor Co
State Industrial Accident
First National Bank of
Western Auto Supply Co. 25.90
warrants Drawn on Road Sink
ing Fund 1
Durunire Motor Co 2,059.90
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HEPPNER HOTEL, JANUARY 28
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
If unable to call or phone, write to
415 S. W. 20, Pendleton, Oregon
Orcgcn-Acousticon Jackson Co.
id estate und all persons having .di
ctions thereto ore hereby require. 1
t. ...mho with said court on
before the time fixed lor said
healing, , , . .
tinted and lirsl puunsin-u "..
lay of January 1947. ....
2 4lJ J. J. P.fr, fliimiiiiMi.""'.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hcreuy given mai u..-
designed has been duly unpointed
Iministratrix ot the estate oi j.
len Young, deceased, by tlie County i
uurt of the Slate of Oregon, for the
founty of Morrow, and lias accepted -such
trust. All persons having claim?
mist the said estate are nereoy re
quired to file the same with said au-nniu.-tratrix
at the office ot J. O. Tur
ner In Heppner, Oregon, within six
months troni tne date ot mis nonce.
Haled and first published this 9th
day of January. 1946.
12-16 CORA YOl'NG. Administratrix.
HEPPNER SOIL CONSERVA
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEET
ING AND ELECTION OF
To all owners of land lying
within the Heppner Soil Conser
vation District :
Notice is hereby given that
on the 3rd day of Kebuary, 1917,
the annual meeting and elec
tion of one (1) supervisor of the
Heppner Soil Conservation Dis
trict will be held, under the
provisions of the Soil Conserva
tion Districts Law of this slate,
Chapter 3, Section 109, OCLA as
amended by Chapter 318, Ore
gon Laws, 19-15.
The place of meeting will be
in the Lexington Grange hall
between the hours of 2:00 p. m.
and 4:00 p. m.
Every person, firm and cor
poration, state, county or muni
cipality being the record own
er of, or holding under contract
of purchase ten acres or more
of land lying within the said
district are eligible to vote and
onlv such are eligible to vote.
HEPPN'EH SOIL CONSEHVA
By N. C. Anderson
Dated this 21st day of
January, 1917 at
Heppner, Oregon 4-1-45
The 1917 ANNUAL MEETING
of the Lexington Oil Coopera
tive will he held at the Lex
ington Orange hall at 10:00 a.
m. Monday, February 3.
Free lunch will be served at
The attendance ot every
shareholder is desired.
" " 'Join tlie l-ii-
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No greater privilege comes to those who are blessed with
good health and comfortable incomes than that of help
ing those who through sickness or accident are deprived
of these blessings of life. At this time we are privileged
to do our bit and we urge each and every citizen to give
generously that the victims of the dread polio may be
properly cared for and as far as possible restored to nor
Heppner Chamber of Commerce