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About The gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1912-1925 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1923)
THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1923.
Sotice ii hcctx given that there will be a meeting of the Levying
Board of Morrow County, Oregon, at the Court House in Heppner,
Oregnn, on the 2h day of September, 1923, when and where the es
timate omved at b the Budget Committee of Morrow County Ore
ton hereinafter set forth, bijv be discussed with the Levying Board,
and when and where any person who shall be subject to such tax leiy.
when the same shall have been made, shall be heard in favor of or
against sa d tax levy or any part thereof.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, September 5, 19J3.
WM. T. CAMPBELL, County Judge.
R. L. BENGE, Commissioner.
The following is an itemized eshrrute of Morrow County's pro
posed tax levy for each department of County government, County
off iff, or County officer, and the maintenance of each County build
ing or institution.
Hum for 1924.
tVpaitmrat r Ofhce.
Books, B.ar.kn, incidental!
Trave.ing expense .. .
COUNTY ROADM ASTER:
Books and Biankt .
Fie id Work
Books and B.anki .
Books and Blanks
Fees and Expenses
Per Diem and Expenses .
AUDIT COUNTY BOOKS:
Auditing; County Books .
Telephone, leiegrams, express, postage,
ery, etc ..
Books and Blanks .
Board, Expense Prisoners
Ke.lef old so.diers
Light and water
CARE OF POOR:
Expense Keeping Poor
COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER:
Care and expense .
Care and expense
Witne.-ses and Jurors
bai iftV fees ,
Mes s -
Other expense .
Fees, Yitaes&es, jurors, books, blanks, etc.
Fees and mileage
Fees and mileage
Books from State
Instructors and expenses
HIGH SCHOOL TUITION:
Tuition of pupils
Expense not otherwise provided for, Tlx.:
Overseer County machinery
Bonds County officials
Insurance on buildings
State Cooperation .
STATE ROAD COOPERATION:
Hintoo Creek Road
110 per capita
To meet State Tax
Interest on Road Bonds
To retire bonds, 2 Bills
STATE OF OREGON:
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS:
Repairing roads, building general County roads
labor, machinery, etc. , .
Outstanding Warrants .
PIONEER RESIDENTS LEAVE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Devin. wha for
t.) vary yeara have beea residents
f Morrow eounty, departed today for
heir new home near Parkdale, Hood
iver valley. They recently traded
teir Morrow rounty farm west of
line to A. C. Vclntyre of Helix for
Hrod River property and will
make their home in that beautiful
part of the state in the future. They
regret leaving Morrow county, how-
ver, and they have a host of friends
here that feel just as bad about their
coir.g. A young people, reared here.
hiy rettled on the wheat ranch west
of lone a good many years ago, and
by dint of hard labor and close at
tention to business, they have made a
uccess of the game, developing one
of the best wheat farms in the coun
ty. To their new home Mr. and Mrs.
Devin and their son and daughter are
taklnr the best wishes of a host of
a arm friends at both lone and Hepp-
Cattle shlpmenta ant of Heppner on
Sunday consisted ( tea can. They
were billed to the Portland yards,
and Al Henriksen of this city and
Chance Wilson of Monument were the
S1STEK DIES AT CHICAGO.
Mrs. Jemima Grant, ssiter of the
Thomson brothers and Mrs. W. E.
Pruyn of this city, died at her home
n Ch:cago on Thursday last, Mrs.
Grant had been ill for a long time,
and it was in response to a telegram
announcing her serious condition that
.Mrs. Pruyn went to Chicago, where
she has been visiting for the past
three weeks. Mrs. Pruyn may go on
tu Toronto, Canada, to visit with an
other sister and other relatives be
fore returning home.
Spencer Crawford and family and
Miss Margaret Crawford departed on
Sunday morning by auto for an out
ing at Wallowa lake. They expect to
spend a week at that popular moun
George Thomson arrived home
from Portland on Wednesday eve
ning, after having spent several
weeks In a hospital there recovering
from an operation on his knee. He
accompanied Harold Cohn, who was
bringing up an Overland sedan for
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Mahonoy. Mr.
Thomson is feeling fine, except for
the inconvenience ha experiences in
having to get about on crutches.
which it will be necessary for him to
do for a couple of weeks more.
FOR SALE Cook house and wagon,
in good shape; very cheap. See Frank
COPPER CARBONATK Farmers
ar reoues ted to leave orders for cop
per carbonate as soon as possible.
WILLING W ORKERS MEET.
The Willing Workers will meet on
tomorrow Friday) of this week in
the psrlors of the Christian church
for their regular business and social
meeting of the month. Alt the mem
bers and friends are requested to be
present. The hour is 2:30 p. m.
FOR JAPANESE RELIEF FUND
To assist in raising funds for the
Japanese relief, the ladies of St. Pat
rick s parish will hold a food sale
at the store of Minor A Co., on Sat
urday forenoon. Your patronage will
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Huston and
daughter, Miss Elixabeth, will depart
Sunday morning for Portland.
Their destination is Eugene, where
Miss Elixabeth will register as stu
dent at the University of Oregon.
Mr anH Mrs. Huxton exoect to snend
a week visiting with relatives at Al- I
bxny and other points in the valley.
ITALIAN PRUNES Ready now,
4i cents f. o. b. Hermiston. Send
check. C. L. UPHAM, Hermiston, Ore.
FOR SALE Muirs O Cling, Late
Crawfords and Salways, $1 and $1.15
prepaid. A. E. ANDERSON, The Dall
Mrs. Lillian Turner began her
school in the Chris Brown district
on Monday morning. She will go to
and from the school each day from
her home in this city. This is the
school that Mrs. Turner taught last
Grain Bins for Sale, while they last.
800-bu. bin. 125: 1000-bu. bin, $30.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co., Heppner.
FOR SALE Two paira of Golden
pheasants; also a number of fine
canaries, singera and in pairs. Mrs.
J. W. Cowins, Heppner.
COPPER CARBONATE Farmers
are requested to leave orders for cop
per carbonate as soon as possible.
PEOPLES HARDWARE CO.
( per eent Loans under Reserve
System on city or farm property. Re
serve Deposit Company, 72 Fourth
Street, Portland, Ore. 3m.
Timber Claims In Umatilla County.
Will take options on timber claims in
Umatilla eounty, options to expire
Dec. 20th. Address Jerry Cohn, Boise,
Idaho, Box 1106.
ITALIAN PRUNES Ready about
Sept. 1st. A large crop of fine qual
ity. Please bring your own contain
ers as usual. Ten-acre orchard, xtt
miles north of Hermiston, Ore., E. I.
PEACHES FOR SALE Early Craw
fords. Orange Cling, Muirs and El-
bertas. 90 and 96, $1.00; $4, 75, $1.10;
70 and larger, $1.25. Prepaid. Craw
fords and Clings are ready now. A.
E. ANDERSON. R. 1. The Dalles. Ore.
Notice is hereby given that charge
for irrigation will be made up until
notice for discontinuaton of service
is given. Do not ask for discount on
your bill unless such notice has been
By order of the City Council of
W. E. PRUYN,
I HAVE NOT SEEN YOUR WATCH.
IT MAY BE AN INGERS0L. BUT
BRING IT IN. IT IS WORTH $5.00
IN TRADE ON A NEW WATCH.
Records Sheet Music
Heppner's Leading Jeweler
F. L. Harwood
Phone Main 1062
RECEIPTS FROM OTHER SOURCES THAN TAXATION
Interest on Bank deposits
Fees from County Clerk's office
25 Forest Rentals
6 Land Sales
Automobile Registrations .
Uncollected Taxes .
Total balance to be raised by taxation .
The following amounts are not included within the 6 per cent limi
tation law and are authorized by the Oregon State Laws.
Market Road Tax -
Interest on Bonds
Sinking Fund for Bonds
High School Tuition
Total s.timsud expenditures for the year, subject to
f limitation I141.SW.00
Tote! estimated receipts not including proposed tax 611,600.00
Balance, amount to be raised by taxation, subject to
6 limitation -
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this Sth day of September, 1923.
MORROW COUNTY BUDGET COMMITTEE,
Tmos. J. Humphreys, Wm. T. Campbell,
What Do You Want?
DINING ROOM SET
Consisting of Table, Buffet and 6 Chairs at
Range Stoves from $15 to $35
Heaters from $5 to $20
We may also have many other household articles
that you need.
Young's H Exchange
Elevator Bldo., Main St.
Cash & Carry Store
FOR QUALITY, TRY
FULL LINE OF BOTH
Vegetables and Fruits
L. G. DRAKE, Prop.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING
THE PEOPLES CASH MARKET
carries a full stock of the finest fresh 'and
cured meats. Special effort is made to
give you just what you want and you are
assured that it is the best the market af
fords. Nice stock of lunch meats boiled ham,
minced ham, bolonga, corned beef, etc.
Come in and look over our sanitary
Peoples Cash Market
HENRY SCHWARZ, Prop.
I RUN MY OWN DELIVERY AND
ASSURE YOU PROMPT SERVICE
DRY GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS'
FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, SHOES
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
We handle the best that money can
buy, and the prices are right. Come in
and let us figure with you.
A WEEDER THAT GETS THE
I have a NEW STYLE ROTARY ROD, two
wheeled, goose-neckd, light draft weed
er that gets EVERY WEED.
KARL L. BEACH
, Lexington, Ore.
WHAT EVERY SUCCESSFUL
The man who has worked for his accumulations; the man
with responsibilities of success, he knows the necessity and
full value of established relations with a first class banking or
ganization. Financing any business to success, whether it be mercan
tile, industrial or agricultural, is a job which requires courage.
But most important of all is to have an established credit and
a friendly business relationship with bankers of proven ability;
men of vision who know their own success can be only in pro
portion to yours.
No matter what your work may be you are striving for
success. Start today to establish your credit. This bank can
assist you. Carnegie's great fortune started in a small saving
account while he was delivering telegrams as a tiny lad in
Farmers & Stockgrowers National Bank
The Gazette-Times Is Morrow County's Newspaper
Marble and Granite
Fine Monument and Cemetery Work '
All parties interested in getting work in my line
should get my prices and estimates before
placing their orders
All Work Guaranteed
THURSDAY, Sept. 13
BETTY C0MPS0N and TOM MOORE
"OVER THE BORDER"
Snub Pollard in "The Mystery Man"
Friday, Sept. 1 4
GASTON GLASS and PAULINE STARK
"THE KINGDOM WITHIN"
The Gang in "Back Stage." Pathe News
Saturday, Sept. 1 5
"ABOVE ALL LAW"
Two reel Comedy, "Squirrel Food"
Sunday and Monday, Sept. 1 6 and 1 7
JAMES KIRKW00D and LILA LEE
The Gumps in "Get to Work"
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 1 8 & 1 9 1
HARRY CAREY in
"GOOD MEN AND TRUE"
Round No. 4 "Fighting Blood" Series
Thursday, Sept. 20
WALLACE REID in
Snub Pollard in "Hook Line and Sinker"
Zane Gray's "MYSTERIOUS RIDER"
Vera Gordon in "THE GOOD PROVIDER"
Rodolph Valentino in The YOUNG RAJAH
Harold Lloyd in "GRANDMA'S BOY"
During the three days of the Rodeo, we
have hooked Thomas Meighan in "BACK
HOME AND BROKE," a second run of
"Hunting Big Game in Africa" and Jack
Holt in THE MAN UNCONQUERABLE.
These pictures are among the finest obtain
able, and will be shown at regular prices, 20c
for children and 30c for adults.
Good Clean Entertainment Without Gamble