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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1924.
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNTY
CLERK OF MORROW COUNTY, ORE
GON, FOR THE SIX MONTHS PER
IOD ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1924.
CLAIMS PAID FROM GENERAL COUNTY FUND
ALLOWED BY COUNTY COURT
Roads and Highways
Publishing Delinquent Tax List
Total $20,073.96 $ 20,073.96
Claims allowed from Road Funds, including
Bond and Special Road Funds 43,026.27
Claims allowed from Market Road Fund 15,821.67
Claims allowed from Miscellaneous Funds .... 1,787.64
Total $60,635.58 $ 60,635.58
SUMMARY OF WARRANT ACCOUNT
Outstanding General Fund Warrants Dec. 31,
Outstanding Road Fund Warrants Dec. 31,
Outstanding Miscellaneous Warrants Dec. 31,
Outstanding Market Road Warrants Dec. 31,
General Fund Warrants issued Jan. 1 to June
30, 1924 20,073.96
Road Fund Warrants issued Jan. 1 to June 30,
1924, including Bond and Special Roads.... 43,026.27
Market Road Warrants issued Jan. I to June
30, 1924 15,821.67
Miscellaneous Fund Warrants issued Jan. 1 to
June 30, 1924 1,787.64
Total ... $1 12,744.91 $1 12,744.91
General Fund Warrants paid Jan. 1 to June
30, 1924 $27,096.86
Road Fund Warrants paid Jan. I to June 30,
1924, including Bond and Special Roads.... 45,028.37
Market Road Warrants paid Jan. 1 to June
30, 1924 15,804.58
Miscellaneous Warrants paid Jan. 1 to June
30, 1924 1,787.64
General Fund Warrants outstanding June 30,
Road Fund Warrants outstanding June 30,
Market Road Warrants outstanding June 30,
Miscellaneous Warrants outstanding June 30,
Total $112,744.91 $112,744.91
CASH ON HAND IN VARIOUS FUNDS ON JUNE
General County $
Hiqh School Tuition
Union High School No. 1
City of Boardman
City of Heppner -
City of Hardman
City of lone
City of Lexington
Special School Districts
West Land Irrigation -
West Extension Irrigation
John Day Irrigation
Special Road District No. 1
Special Road District No. 2
Special Road District No. 4
Special Road District No. 5
Special Road District No. 14
Dog Fund .
Bond Sinking Fund
Bond Interest Fund
Total $129,113.34 $129,113.34
STATE OF OREGON,
County of Morrow
I, Gay M. Anderson, County Clerk of Morrow County, Oregon,
do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct account of
all claims allowed by the County Court of Morrow County, Oregon;
the funds on which said claims were drawn and the amount of out
standing warrants not paid, for the six months period ending June
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
alTixed the seal of my office this 10th day of July, A. D., 1924.
(SEAL) GAY M. ANDERSON, County Clerk.
R. L. Banf of Heppner li spending
few Uyi at the lake. Mr. Benge
accompanied by hie ton Terrill and
Harlan Uerln. Mr. Benge is a suc
cessful fanner of Morrow county.
This is his first visit to Wallowa
eounty, although he was born in Wal
la Walla county and has spent prac
tically his entire life within 200
niles of Wallowa lake. He is favor
ably impressed with the lake and
mountains and enjoying his visit. A
few years ago Mr. Benge was farm
ing in tha Lexington country and
Roscoe Foster of Joseph worked for
hira for about a year. Joseph Herald.
Earl Mathews, salesman of Fort
land, waa in Heppner Friday and
Saturday starting an advertising
stunt for local stores in conjunction
with the Star theatre. Earl lived in
Heppner as a boy, leaving here when
Ave years of age. However, he re
membered several of his boyhood ac
quaintances and enjoyed a visit with
them. Ha is the son of Green Math
ews, who was engaged in the stock
raising business in Heppner's young
Percy Locey, who won reknown as
a grid star at O. A. C, completing
his football career last year as cap
tain of tha varsity squad, and who
was also president of the associated
students, spent several days in Hepp
ner the last of last week and the first
of this interesting prospective stu
dents in courses at the college. Mr.
Locey will take a job as teacher in
the University high school at Berke
ley, Cel., tha coming fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter LaDusire of
Heppner are sojourning at WaUowa
Lake Wonderland this week. Honey
i.fjoning would be more correct, for
the yuong couple were married just
before leaving Heppner. Mr. LaDu
sire formerly resided in Wallowa
eounty. He worked for Brown broth
ers when they were operating their
stock ranch in the Zumwalt section.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Whittington of
Bend were saying hello to old Hepp
ner friends Saturday. They drove
over in their car Friday, stopping at
the N. L. Clark home in Eight Mile,
and returned home Sunday. Mr.
Whittington, who runs two theaters
in the central Oregon metropolis,
states that he is enjoying very good
Dr A. D. McMurdo drove to Port
land last Wednesday and took part in
the Northwest handicap trap shoot at
Everding park the last of the week.
Though Doc didn't carry off the hon
ors he made the good score of 95 out
of a hundred target in one event.
He returned home Sunday evening.
E. M. Duffy, manager of the Duffy
Commission company of Portland,
was in Heppner Saturday. He had
been in this vicinity for' several days
rounding up beef cattle, and super
vised the shipment of several car
loads to his company Sunday morning.
Henry CarT, elderly man engaged
for many years as a handy man on
stock ranches in this locality, was
severely injured Thursday evening
when a horse he was bridling fell on
him. He sustained a broken collar
bona and dislocated shoulder.
Elmer Peterson and Noel Dobyns
were in Heppner Sunday evening,
having the day off from their harvest
labors in Eight Mile. Elmer was a
student at the University of Oregon
the past year, and will return this
fall with senior standing.
Lou Ziegler and Mrs. Tillie Duncan
returned the last of the week from
a two-week's vacation spent at Wal
lowa lake. They went down to Port
land Friday and were accompanied
home Saturday by T. B. Cox, Mr.
Harvesting crews over the county
were laid off a couple of days the last
of the week by the heavy wind and
in. The storm hit the country gen
erally and though quite, severe for a
time, crews were able to get into the
fields again Monday.
Jim Nunamaker, who used to run
the Rugg place on Rhea creek and
who has resided at Hood River since
leaving Morrow county several years
ago, was greeting his old friends and
acquaintances in the city the last of
J. O. Turner and Sam Turner each
sold several hundred sacks of seed
wheat Friday to Tom Boylen, Jr., and
A. E. Wattenburger of Butter creek.
The price received was 11.10 in the
Aeld, sacks furnished by buyers.
Wilson Her and Miss Olive Brown,
of Boyds, Wash., arrived in Heppner
by car Saturday evening, being ac
companied by Mr. Iter's sister, Mrs.
Henry Aiken and children, who have
been visiting at Mist, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bergstrom, Eight
Mile residents, were business visitors
in tha city Saturday. Mr. Bergstrom
says his crop is pretty short this
year and that his harvest, now start
ed, will be short.
For Rent or Sale One of the best
sheep ranches in Eastern Oregon;
contains 2680 acres; situated 12 miles
southeast of Heppner on state high
way. Address Mrs. Margaret Jones,
Tom Boylen shipped 11 cars of
sheep Tuesday morning for the Chi
cago market. The shipment consisted
mainly of lambs and yearlings, part
of which were purchased from l'at
J. B. Huddleston, Lone Rock sheep
man, was in the city the last of the
week. Several grave political and
other issues were settled during his
visit, Bruce Kelley helping to solve
Judge and Mrs. Gilbert W. Phelps
and daughters, Miss Margaret and
Miss Genevieve Phelps, left by auto
mobile today for a visit to Seaside
Thursday's. East Oregonian.
Baird Patterson and wife motored
to Long Beach to attend the auto
races last week. Nata Macomber had
charge of the garage during his ab
sence. Boardman Mirror.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter LaDusire re
turned Sunday evening from their
honeymoon trip to Wallowa lake and
Walt is busy with the affairs of the
FOR SALE 8000 first class posts,
nearly all tamarack, at 6c on ground.
Dry, ready for use. Southeast Par
ker's Mill mile and a half. SILAS A.
. Nordyke, prominent Lexington
resident and manager of tha Venturi
garag of that place, waa transacting
business la Heppner Saturday.
Chance Wilson, Monument, brought
a bunch of eattle to town Saturday
which ha shipped to tha Portland
market on Sunday.
T. J. Humphreys, son Roland and
daughter Evelyn, returned Monday
from a week's vacation trip to Port
land and the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Baird Patterson of
Boardman were in Heppner Sunday
on A visit with friends and relatives.
Remember the BIG ALUMINUM
SALE at Peoples Hardware Company,
one day only, Saturday, July 26th.
R. L. Benge, son Terrill and Harlan
Devin returned home Friday evening
from a vacation trip at Wallowa lake.
WANTED 25 steady boarders at
eight dollars per week Best table
board in town HOTEL HEPPNER.
Charles H. Latourell took In the
big trap shoot in Portland Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of last week.
Mrs. Ada M. Ayers ia recovering
nicely from her recent severe illness,
and ia now able to sit up.
Waldo Vincent is convalescing from
severe attack of pneumonia and is
now able to be about.
Pat Connell was in town couple
of days the first of tha week from
hia Rhea creek ranch.
Ben Anderson and family, from
their Eight Mile farm, were Heppner
Get behind the wheel of a
Studebaker Light-Six and
then ride in the rear seat
over rough pavements or
roads and you'll agree that
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