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Tuesday, January 8, 1924
THE HEPPNER HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
COrXTT COURT PROCEEDINGS
Court met in regular session on
Wednesday, January 2, 1924, with
all officers present, when among
others the following proceedings
wjere had, to-wit:
Court approved, continued or re
jected the different claims present
ed against th,e county as per nota
tions on the face thereof.
County court, upon investigation,
designated the Gazette-Times as the
official county paper.
Court ordered the transfer to Gen
eral Road fund from Bond fund of
$12,187.35 to be used on the Hepp-ner-Hardman
Court made up1 a list of the clerks
and judges of election for the ensu
ing two years.
Court made up a list of jurymen
for the ensuing year.
Court made their selection of pa
trolmen for the different road dis
tricts for the coming year.
Court made an appropriation of
funds of $2,100 to be used for agri
cultural and farm demonstration and
field work to be expended as provid
ed in sections 9029-34 Oregon Laws
subject to the supervision of the
state agricultural college.
The following bills were ordered
J. S. Beckwith, Cir. Ct.
W. M. Ayers, Cir. Ct.
J. J. Wells, Assessor,
F. E. Parker, No. 16,
T. E. Chidsey, Cir. Ct
Geo. Neuner, Cir. Ct.,
C. B. Orai, Sealer,
F. A. Buschke, No. 19
A. E. Perry, Watermaster
L. D. Nefll, Watermaster
C. C. Chick, Physician
S. Shaw, Overseer
Daisy Beckett, Wid. Pen.
Sadie Morey, Wid. Pen.
Amy McFerrin, Wid Pen.
Lydia Ritchie, Wid. Pjen.
Rebecca Knight, Wid. Pen.
Hazel Logan, Wid. Pen.
May Robinett, Wid Pen.
F. J. Gordon, Poor
Ida Fletche'r, Poor
Jess Kirk, Poor
Andy Cook, Poor
Heppner Herald, Office
L. P. Davilson, Co. Ct.
County Agent, Co. Ct.
R. L. Benge, Co. Ct.
W. T. Campbell, Co. Ct.
Glass &.Prudhomme,' Office
Pac. Tel. Co., Cur. Ex.
T. H. Lowe, Election
Irwin Hodson Co., Clerk
Geo. McDuffee, Cir. Ct.
Heppner Tt. Co., Ct. Hse.
Case Furn. Co., Ct. Hse.
L. S. Shurte, Supt.
E. G. Frank, Cir. Ct.
W. M. Kirk, Election!
Ion.e Independent, Cur. Ex.
A. L. Cornet';, Jus. Ct.
G. C. Aiken, Jus. Ct.
Mrs. W. M. Ayers, Cir. Ct.
Heppner Hotel, Cir. Ct.
M. N. Kirk, et al, Cir. Ct.
National Surety Co., Eonds
Heppner Elev. Co., No. 16
Pat. Connell, No. 19
Pyle & 'Grimes, No. 20
G. W. Kirk, No. 20
K. L. Basbrouk, Co. Ct.
Lewis Cason, HHB
R. L. Benge, Market
W. T. Campbell, Market
ttaipn Moore, HHB
Louis Pyle, HHB
Elmer Bucknum, HHB
. W. Kirschner, HHB
W. O. Bayless, HHB "
M. Reid, HHB
Inland Bank, Spl. 1
C. E. Glasgow, No. 1
M. F. Caldwell, No. 1
L.- T. Low, HHB
State, Indus. Com., Roads
City of lone, No. 10
B. S. Kingsley, No. 2
W. H. Chandler, No. 3
C. H. Bartholomew, No. 5
Chas. Chandler, No. 3
8. E. Simonton, No. 4
O. M. Scott, No. 7
L. Jenkins, No. 2
E. E. Rugg, et al. No. 15
E. H. Turner, No. 6
R. W. Turner, No. 7
F. Markham, Spl. 1.
H. Wolfe, Spl. 1
Turn A Lunv Co., Spl. 1
J. A. Graybeal, Spl. 1
Peoples Hdwe. Co., HHB
W. P. Prophet, HHB
Watt Shipp Co., HHB
Howard Cooper Co., HHB
W. L. McCaleb, Gen. Rd.
C. V. Hopper,- Gen. Rd.
Highway Com., Gen. Rd.
W. A. Murchie, No. 2
C. H. Bartholomew, No. 5
Lon McCabe, No. 9
R. Medlock, No.' 15
Farmers Bank, Roads
Bank of lone, Roads
First National, Roads
New Year's Dance at Coxen Home
Sacial affairs in the Balm Ford
neighborhood were enlivened last
week by a danqe given New Year's
eve at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Coxen. At midnight amid the ring
ing of bells old and young joined in
dancing' the old year out and the
new year in. All present reported
having had a very pleasant time un
til time to go home, when tho men
had a busy and frosty time of it
thawing out their radiators.
FARM BUREAU HOLDS MEETING
(Continued from page one)
the Morrow County Farm Bureau,
respectfully urge our representatives
in congress to use all honorable
means in their power to restore the
money issuing function back to the ,
party that our Constitution says
shall have power to coin our money.
" Resolved that a copy of the above
resolution be signed by our president
and secretary and forwarded to our
representative in congress.
Seventh That the issuing of tax
exempt securities be stopped.
Eighth That a committee be ap
pointed to draw up resolutions and
send copies to our members In con
gress asking them to support the
"Truth in Fabric" bill.
Ninth That we empower our sec
retary to write our representative
asking them to support the export
commission plan as outlined by tho
Umatilla Farm Bureau, which is as
First, to provide a tariff suffi
ciently high to prevent importation
of wheat under the contemplated
Second, to set up a government
corporation or commission with au
thority to determine how much the
domestic price of wheat would be in
creased above the export price in or
der to approximate its prewar rela
tive purchasing power and with au
thority to pay a premium on the ex
wheat to be collected from the crop
being sold at the time it is marketed
in order to provide a sufficient fund
to pay the export premium, and the
cost of operation of the commission.
Fourth, to appropriate a fund,
approximately $50,000,000 to enable
ported surplus sufficient to bring the
domestic price to the desired level
above foreign prices.
Third, to levy a unit tax on
the commission to function, such
fund to be replenished from the tax
es on wheat as collected.
Executive committeemen were ap
pointed as follows:
Alpine, Irrigon, Cecil Locals to
lone Dwight Misener, Ed Reil
man. Eightmile Oscar Keithley.
Lexington Ralph Flnley, Fred
Heppner Garnett Barratt, R. W,
Interesting addresses were, made
by E. R. Jackman, N. A. Llngren and
E. L. Potter, of the extension de
partment of Oregon Agricultural Col
Mr. Jackman, who is considered
an expert on the problems which are
now confronting the wheat farmer,
gave an excellent talk on the wheat
situation pointing out some of the
factors whten are contributing to
present low prices. Among these he
stressed the under consumption
of wheat by the people of
foreign countries whose people are in
dire need of our wheat but are with
out means to purchase In quantity,
urged a more equitable adjustment
of freight rates on farm products and
touched on the question of reducing
the acreage now planted to wheat.
This, the speaker said, could not be
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done. In a country like eastern Ore
gon where wheat is the only avail
able crop,' but said that in many
parts of the country where the cost
of production is much greater than
here the matter is adjusting itself
automatically and that other crops
are already taking the place of
Mr. Lingren, who is a wool spe
cialist, spoke on improving the wool
crop by elimination of light fleece-
bearing ewes from the ilocks. Thg
only practical way to do this, the
speaker said, is to weight every;
fleece from the ewje band at shear
ing time and mark every individual
that fails to come up to standard
for the dry band and market.
Mr. Potter, who is head of the
animal husbandry department at the
college, also gavel an interesting tails
on the livestock industry ia general.
We handle the best quality of Cop
per Carbonate and Bluestone fer
treating seed wheat against smut. ,
Winchester shells loaded with
chilled shot are the best ammuni
tion for Chinese pheasants.
We handle the famous Kentucky
Drills in both Hoe and Disc. Extras
for same are always easy to obtain.
Buy a hunting license and a box
of Winchester ' cartridges and get
yourself a big, fat buck.
We carry Chatham Fanning Mills
LATEST PRICES ON
United States and G & J
. $1 9.50
. . $1 323
OTHER SIZES IN PROPORTION
30x3 1 -2
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