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FOR SALE Leghorn fryers, 40c
per pound undressed. Call 2723,
WANTED Job bulking wheat.
Have late model truck. Call
Wendell Herbison, 11K13, Hepp
KOR SALE Pre-war Elgin bicy
cle. Needs some repairs. Sec
Jack Veager at "Yeager's." 18c
ALTERATIONS Call 1913. I will
call and deliver. Will make
machine buttonholes. 110
Church St. 18-21 p
WILL the person who took the
redwood lawn chair from the
schoolhouse by mistake please
return same to Mrs. II. T. O'
Donnell Sr., Heppner. 18p
KOR SALE 1940 Chevrolet 1 12
ton, long wheelbase, truck; 8:25
tires; good condition. Call 2242,
Heppner. Lyndell Broadfoot.
FOR SALE American Standard
bathroom set, $170 complete.
See Owens Hardware. 18c
LOST In Heppner, a woman's
gold Harvel wrist watch. If
found, contact Corda Sallng,
phone 615. Reward. 1711c
$5.00 reward will be paid for the
return of our 7-months old Col
lie dog which disappeared at
the mouth of Chapin creek Sun
day, July 4. Claude White.
FOR SALE 1910 Chevrolet 1 12
ton, long wheelbase truck; 8:25
tires; good condition. Call 2210,
Heppner. Lyndell Broadfoot.
FOR HIRE 2-lon Ford truck and
driver for harvest. Floyd John
son, Case Apts., Heppner. 17-18p
I will not be responsible lor any
bills made by others than my-
selfL W. H. Nichols. 17-20p
PIANO TUN I NG 'Harry Chap
man from England is now in
business as tuner and would
appreciate your patronage.
Write 113 N.W. 5th, Pendleton.
FOR SALE: 1934 Chev 4 dr sdn, r
&h, spotlight, good engine and
tires and has lots of zip. Body
FOR SALE 8-weeks-old fryers.
Finish them yourself and save
money. V. C. Brown, lone, Ore.
FOR SALE Two-piece dining
room suite breakfast set,
lounge chair, radio, sewing ma
chine, baby buggy, swing and
bassinette. See at Bert Bleak
man's place, Heppner. lGtfc
FOR SALE Fine choice building
lots In Heppner. Price between
$200 and $400. Francis B. Nick
erson, agent. Ititfc
FOR SALE Building and lot be
tween Morrow County Clean
ers and Padberg residence. F.
B. Nickcrson, agent. lGtfc
FOR RENT Small 3-room house.
Contact Charlotte Scheringer,
436 Park St., Lebanon, Ore.
FOR SALE Majestic range at
Mrs. Wyland's apartment.
FOR IMMEDIATE RF.LIVERY
New K-7 International truck.
Lexington Implement Co. 15tfc
Room of this Court, in the County Court
limine fur the County of Morruw mid
State of Oregon, in Heput-i. Oi.o n,
on or befure the Zirtl day of AukwhI.
1948. If you so fall to apiear and an
swer the complaint herein, I'laintlff
will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed fur In the complaint, to-wit:
1. That the Defendant, and eath of
them, he rr-iiuind to ael forth their
reepeotlve claims to the said premises
In this Complaint described.
2. That the Defendants, and each
of them, have no estate, right, title,
Interest, lien, claim or demand In or
on said premises hereinabove described,
or any part thereof.
3. That these I'laliilirfH are. as against
said Defendants, and each of them, the
holders of the vulid legal title, and the
owners In fee. and entitled to the pos
session, management and control, of
4. That said Defendants, and each of
them, be forever enjoined and debar
red from asserting any right, title, in
terest, lien, claim or demand upon the
premises hereinabove described, or up
on any part thereof, adverse to these
6. For such other and further relief
as to the Court may seem Just and
The real estate hereinabove mention
ed is described as follows:
The Northwest Quarter (H) of Sec
tion Twenty-two (22) In Township
One (1) Norlh, Range Twenty-six
(26) East of the Willamette Merid
ian. In the County of Morrow and
Btate of Oregon.
This Summons is published by Order
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for (lie County 'if Morrow, duly
made and entered the 15th day of July,
Date of first publication, July 22,
Date of last publication, August 19,
SHUI.ER & SAVRE.
Attorneys for the Plaintiffs.
1016 Spalding Bldg.,
Portlund, Oregon. 18-22
NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned were duly appointed by the
Probate Court of the Ktiite of Oregon,
for Morrow County, the Administratrix
and Administrator of the estate of
NEIL DOI1KRTY. Deceased, and all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased are hereby re
quired to present the same duly veri
fied with proper vouchers to the under
signed Administratrix or Administrator
at lone, Oregon or at the law office of
Jos. J. Nys, Heppner, Oregon, within
six months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 22nd
day of July, 1!48.
CHARLES J. DOHERTY,
Jos. J. Nys.
Attorney for Adminlstrarlx and
Heppner. Oregon. 18-22
NOTICE OF SALE OF BEAIi PBOP
EBTV Ho. 1125
IN THE COUNTY COtlRT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON For the County
In the Mutter of the Guardianship of
the person and estate of JOAN COLE
MAN, HUE COLEMAN and ANN
RKI.LE COLEMAN. Minors,
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
dersigned Guardian of the person and
estate of the above named minors, will
from and after the 3uth day of July,
194S, at the law office of Jos. J. Nys
at Heppner, Oregon offer for sale and
sell at private sale for cash all the
one-sixth Interest of said minors In and
to the following described real prop
The south half of the south half of
Section one (II, the north half of
the northeast quarter and the south
east quarter of the northeast quar
ter of Section twelve (21) less the
right of way, in Township one (1)
souih Range twentv-three (23) East
of the Willamette Meridian, In Mor
row County, Oregon;
subject to the approval and confirma
tion of the above entitled court.
DATED and first published this first
day of July. 148.
IDA COLEMAN, Guardian.
Jos. J. Nys, Heppner, Oregon.
Attorney for Guardian. 15-19
ftTOMONS NO. 3705
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK 'I HE
hTATK OF OREGON FUR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
MARGARET WOODSON RE ERE mid
BKRNICE E. PARK. Plaintiffs.
A. M. STAFFORD and also ALL OTH
ER PERSONS OR PARTIES UN
KNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT.
TITLB. ESTATE, LIEN OR INTER
EST IN THE REAL ESTATE DES
CRIBED IN TITE COMi'LAL.T
TO: A. M. STAFFORD Hiid also ALL
OTHER PERSON'S OR PARTI KS
UNKNOWN CLAIMING ANY RIGHT.
TITLE. ESTATE. LIEN OR INTER
EST IN THE HEAL ESTATE DKS-
CRIItKI) IN THE COMPLAiT
HEREIN, the Defendants, above
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE OF
OREGON, you, and each of you. are
hereby commanded to appear, and an
swer the Complaint filed against you
in the nbove entitled suit, in the Court
NOTICE OF SALE OF BEAL PROP
ERTY BY ADMINISTRATOR.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MORROW.
In the Matter of the ESTATE of
GEORGE CARKHUFF. Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given, that pursuant
to an order, made and entered in said
court, on the 11th day of June, 1948,
authorizing and directing said adminis
trator to sell real property of the estate
of George Carklmff, the administrator
or said estate, the undersigned j. o.
Turner, will, on the 17th day of July,
lilts, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. M..
at the site of the hereinafter described
property. In the City of lone. Morrow
County. Oregon, offer for sale and sell
to the highest bidder for cash In hand,
at public auction, the following describ
ed real property, to-wit:
The North Fifty (60) feet of the
East half of Hl.vk Three (3) of
Kperry's 3rd Addition to the City
of lone. Morrow County, Oregon.
The administratis reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
J. O. TURNER.
Administrator of the Estate of
George Carkhuff. deceased.
First published this 17lh day of June
C. A. Office
Sam Turner, Sand Hollow far
mer, has Just completed spraying
an acreage of morning glory with
2,4-D. Triethylamine and butyl
ester sprays will be compared
for results in best control of the
morning glory. Many Morrow
county farmers are finding 2,4-D
an effective and relatively inex
pensive method of morning glory
control, when 2,4-D is properly
applied In recommended dose
ages. Two,4-D, in perennial weed
control is best used during the
summerfallow year with two ap
plications. The first application
should be made when the morn
ing glory is in bloom. The second
application Is made after re
growth occurs, keeping in mind
an early as application as possi
ble so that the residue from the
spray does not affect the germin
ation of the seed, if a fall crop is
sown A month is usually suffi
cient time for the field to lay
between spraying and seeding
As a general rule one and one
half pounds of parent acid 2,4-D
per acre has given effective con
trol of morning glory in Morrow
county Other perennial weeds
have been controlled with from
one to three pounds of parent
acid. Methods of application,
Heppner Go2ette Times, Heppner, Oregon, July 22, 1948-5
NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed, by
the Probate Court of the Slate of Ore
gon for the Countv of Morrow, admin
istratrix of the est'ae of Fred J. Nicho
son, deceased, and has accepted such
trust. All persons having rliums against
u..i.l Aut..t dm ,,-. v romilrcd to nl'P-
! sent the suiie with vour hers attached
to the administratrix, at the office of
J. O. Turner in Heppner, Oregon, with
in six months from the dnte of this
notice. Dated and first published this
8th day of July. 1918.
EDITH P. NICHOSON.
Fits under floor out of
sight ... No basement
Circulates heat in
entire house . . . gives
you WARM FLOORS
Get rid of chilly, old-type heaters . . .
A small payment puts this amazing
Automatic Furnace in your home:
Our summer sale saves you real moneyl Replace your
old-type home heater with this amazing automatic
furnace. No expensive ducts. No dirt. No ashes.
Perfect system for all sizes of 1-story homes. Easy terms.
Models for Oil, Gas or IP-Gas
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NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS
NOTICE IS HKHKUY GIVEN that
the undersigned have been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of Morrow
County. State of Oregon. Executors of
the estate or K. M. ARfcKS. deceased,
and all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased are hereby
required to present the same wild
propr vouchers duly verified as requir
ed by law to the said executors at the
law office of P. W. Alahoney at Hepp
ner, Oregon, within six montlis from
the date hereof.
Dated and first published this 1st
day of July, 194S.
KENNETH M. AKERS,
Executors of the estate of
Ii. M. Akers, deceased.
P. W. Mahoney.
Attorney for the executors,
Heppner. Oregon. 15-19
NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTRAY
Pursuant to the statute regu
lating the sale of estrayed ani
mals I will, on Saturday, July 24,
1948 at the hour of 10 a.m., sell at
public sale at my place three
miles southwest of Boardman,
Morrow County, Oregon, the fol
lowing described and hitherto ad
vertised animal: One sorrel filly,
2 years old, no visible brand.
Said animal to be sold for cash
in hand and subject to the right
of redemption by the original ow
ner. Pete Slevin,
161Sc Boardman, Ore.
ales, time of application and sus
ceptibility of plants to 2,4-D are
outlinned In a new bulletin,
"2,4-D as a Weed Killer in Ore
gon." This bulletin is available
from the county agent's office to
With the big wheat crop In
prospect, many farmers are get
ting impatient waiting for the
crop to become dry enough to be
gin harvest. While the weather
the past week has been ideal for
ripening and drying out of wheat
for harvest, there may be some
farmers interested in the simple
test for moisture content. The test
which takes little equipment and
less than a minute to perform,
indicates whether the moisture
content is above or below 14.
Grain with 14 or more moisture
wil not keep in storage and be
comes a liability to anyone han
To perform the test, a small
vial with cork and a little am
monium chloride, commonly call
ed salamoniac, and available at
any drugstore, are all that are
needed. Place a teaspoon of the
dry ammonium chloride salt in
the dry vial. The salt and vial
must be absolutely dry. Shell a
few heads of grain, placing the
threshed grain in the vial. Cork
the vial. Shake approximately
fifty times. If the salt colects on
the side of the vial, the moisture
content is above 14. If the salt
remains free the moisture is 14
or less. Simple, isn't it?
FARM SAFETY WEEK TO
START JULY 25
"18,000 Farmers Killed in Acci
dents This Year!"
You would be appalled to read
this headline in your daily paper.
Yet this is the estimated number
of farm residents who actually
die in avoidable accidents each
year. It explains why the govern
ment has designated July 25-31
as National Farm Safety Week.
Purpose of safety week is to
eliminate at least 30,000,000 of
the farm hazards which take
lives. As safety week rolls around
just remember that: falls are the
leading type of accident; acci
dents involving machinery rank
second; burns, drownings, motor
accidents, and accidents involv
ing animals and hand tools also
claim many lives.
Look for hazards which might
lead to these accidents, and elim
ALL SAINTS CHURCH
Holy communoin, 8 a.m.
Church school, 9:45 a.m.
Morning prayer, 11 a.m.
Wednesday, holy communion,
J. Palmer Sorlien, Minister
Sunday July 25: Morning wor
ship and sermon at 11 a.m. Sun
day church school at 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday: Mid-week devo
tional service at 7:30 p.m. Our lay
leader has charge of the mid
This church and its pastor are
always happy to be of service.
SERVICES AT VALBY CHURCH
Rev. Samuelson of Corvallis
will conduct services at the Valby
Lutheran church in Gooseberry at
11 a.m. Sunday (standard time).
The public is cordially invited to
ASSEMBLY OF COD
Pastor, Shelby E. Graves.
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m., Mrs.
Ora Wyland, superintendent. A
big surprise Sunday for everyone.
11 a.m., worship hour.
7 p.m., Youth for Christ ser
vice. Also story hour for the jun
iors. 8 p.m., Evangelistic service.
"Prepare to meet the Lord thy
Wednesday, 8 p.m., Bible study
and prayer in the lone mission.
Thursday, 8 p.m., Bible study
CARD OF THANKS
We are deeply grateful to the
neighbors and friends for their
tenders of assistance, their ex
pressions of sympathy and for
the many beautiful floral tributes
to the memory of our beloved
wife and mother.
The John Padberg family.
been increased from 1935-39 lev
els by price increases of 128 per
cent in clothing, 103 per cent in
furnishings, and by 124 per cent
in building and materials for
houses. Garrettsville (Ohio)
CARD OF THANKS
To our Heppner friends we wsh
to thank all of you for your many
acts of kindness and expressions
of sympathy to us during our re
The Jim Davis Family.
Farm living expenses have
and prayer service. God answers
prayer according to the Bible. Je
sus Christ the same yesterday, i
uuuay aiiu iuicti. iilu. iu.u,
Bible school meets each Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock. Wor
ship and communion service at
11 o'clock. The sermon for this
Sunday is titled, "Impossibili
ties." At the 8 o'clock evening
service the pastor will lecture on
'The Origin of the Bible."
ST. PATRICK'S CATHOUC
Schedule of services:
Mass in Heppner on the 1st
and 3rd Sundays at 9 a.m.; 10:30
Mass in lone on the 1st and
3rd Sundays at 10:30 a.m.; 2nd
and 4th at 9 a.m.
Mass on the fifth Sunday one
mass only in Heppner at 9 a.m.
on the 2nd and 4th.
Holy days of obligation: Mass
in Heppner at 7:30 a.m.; mass
First Fridays of the month:
in lone at 9 a.m.
Mass in Heppner at 7:30.
join ine pjruac- mximvxv
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NOTICE OF SALE OF COUNTY
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
THE COUNTY COURT, dated July
8, 1918, I am authorized and di
rected to advertise and sell at
public auction at not less than
the minimum price herein set
NE'i of Sec. 30, Twp. 2 N.,
Range 24 E.W.M. for the min
imum price of $240.00, cash.
THEREFORE, I will on the 14th
day of August, 1918 at the hour
of 10:00 A.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,
HERE FROM MICHIGAN
Visitors in Heppner Tuesday
were Mr. and Mrs. Volney Hare
of Vickeryville, Mich., who were
en route to the coast on a short
vacation. Mrs. Hare will be re
membered as the former Lucille
McAtee. This is Mr. Hare's first
visit to the coast, a wonderful
region he has heard a lot about
from Mrs. Hare, who spent so
many years in Oregon.
The Heppner Gazette, established
March 30, 1883. The Heppner
Times, established November
18, 1897. Consolidated Feb. 15,
Published every Thursday and
entered at the Post Office at
Heppner, Oregon, as second
Subscription price, $2.50 a year;
single copies, 10c.
O. G. CRAWFORD
Publisher and Editor
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