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THE GAZETTE-TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1924.
E. 0. Hararmtick m in th city
Monday from hia Rhaa erek ranch,
and atated that ha waa feeling much
bcttar. Ha recently becama infected
with poison oak, and for two weeka
suffered severely from the effecta oi
the poisoning. It waa an eperier.cr
which he doea not care to repeat. Mr.
Haverstick haa made arrangement
for the holding of a big auction at
hia place on Tuesday, December 9,
and attention ia called to the adver
tisement of aama in another column
of this paper.
R. F. Trimble, son of C, F. Trimble,
pastor of tha Christian church, ar
rived from hia home at Oakland, Cel.,
on Friday for a visit with tha fam
ily. Ha expected to visit them at
Dallas, but found on his arrival there
that they had departed tha day before
for Heppner, ao he followed up. Mr.
Trimble holda a position with the
Chevrolet assembling plant in Oak
land, and after visiting here for a
week or so will return to his work.
Chas. Oaten returned the end of
tha week from a visit of several weeks
at Tacoma, Seattle and Portland. His
daughters reaide in the Washington
eities and hia son lives in Portland.
While at Portland, Mr. Osten also
took in tha big stock show.
Tha ladiea of the Methodist Com
munity church will hold their bazaar
December 13th in the parlors of the
church. Fancy work, cooked foods,
and light refreshments for sale.
Gilliam & Bisbees
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C. C. Calkins of Spokane, accom
panied by hfs father, C. 8. Calkins of
boardman, made Heppner a ahort
viait on Monday, coming over to eee
about aoma ahaep Mr. Calkina desired
to purchase to place on hia Boardman
farm. C. C. and family drove down
to Boardman, where Mra. Calkina and
tha boya remained, and on Tuesday
they drove on to Corvallis for a abort
visit at their old borne.
Mr. and Mra. Harold Cohn returned
from Ellensburg, Wh., on Sunday,
where they were called during the
past week to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Cohn'a father, Mr. Ames, whose
death occurred at his home in that
city early last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hund, Sanford can
yon residents, were doing business in
the city on Saturday. They report
plenty of rain and aome anow out
their way, all of which ia helping out
the moisture content of tha soil a
lot. (, . -
A tiny baby daughter waa born to
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gemmell at the
Aiken maternity home on Sunday, No
vember 23rd, its weight' being 8tt
pounds. Both mother and child are
Mr. and Mrs. 1. S. Carter were down
from their mountain home on Friday.
They report very wet weather in the
foothilla and the roads leading to
town are pretty heavy aa a conse
auence. Mat Halvorsen, extensive farmer of
lone, waa a visitor here on Monday
and reports that plenty of rain has
been the portion of his part of tha
county during the past ten days.
Dressmaking Bring your work to
Mrs. Geo. Moore. All work guaranteed.
STOCKMEN ATTENTION Alfalfa
bay for aale, also with it several
thousand acres aheep range, good
fall-winter-early spring range. J. W.
Mesaner, Hanaiaton, Ore.
Dr. A. H. Johnston is now driving
a new Dodge aedan which baa all the
latest improvement. He purchased
the machine the past week from Cohn
Auto Co. of thia city.
For Sale Giant bronse turkeys.
Parent stock weighs, torn 35 lbs
hens 20 lbs. Young toma at $10. En
tire change of stock last fall Cora
Burroughs, lone. Ore tf
George N. Peck was doing business
at Heppner on Monday from his home
near Lexington. He had just return
ed from a visit to Portland during
the past week.
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mra. R. W. Lowry at the mater
nity home of Mrs. G. C Aiken on
Saturday, November 22nd.
C. F. Trimble and family will oc
cupy the Case residence, Mr. Case and
family moving into the rooms over
the furniture store.
' Mrs. S. E. Notson is quite ill at her
home in this city, suffering an attack
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
All General Fund Warranta of
Morrow County, Oregon, registered
on or before June 30th, 1924, will be
paid on presentation at the office of
the County Treasurer on or after
December 10th, 1924, at which date
interest on said warranta will cease.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, Novem
ber 20th, 1924.
LEON W. BRIGGS,
We can supply you with
Superior and Kentucky
Drills in both hoe and disc.
Copper Carbonate and
Bluestone for treating
Look over your Drills
and get your extras while
our stock i3 complete. Su
perior and Kentucky, and
a few extras for the
We arre agents for the
Calkins Wheat Treating
When you fail to get
extras call on us and we
will find them if they are
made, but we must have
Gilliam & Bisbee
We have it, will get U or
it is not made.
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HAMILT0NS FOR MEN
WATCH REPAIRING GUARANTEED s
Chime Clocks, Cuckoo Clocks and all makes
WHY THROW AWAY THAT ALARM
CLOCK WHEN IT CAN BE MADE TO
RUN AS GOOD AS A NEW ONE.
Complete Line Records and Sheet Music
Let us show you the complete Swanson
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Pianos,
Phonograghs and Sheet Music
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there will be a meeting of the Levying Board of Morrow
County, Oregon, at the Court House in Heppner, Oregon, on the 4th day of December, 1924, when
and where the estimates arrived at by the Budget Committee of Morrow County, Oregon, hereafter
set forth may be discussed with the Levying Board, and when and where any person who shall be
subject to such tax levy, when the same shall be made, shall be heard in favor of or against said tax
levy or any part thereof.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, Nov. 6th, 1924.
VV ' 6 WM. T. CAMPBELL, County Judge.
L. P. DAVIDSON, Commissioner.
G. A. BLEAKMAN, Commissioner.
Estimate and Accounting Sheet
This estimate and accounting sheet is made in compliance with Chapter 118, General Laws
of Oregon for 1921 and shows in parallel columns the unit cost of the several services, materials
and supplies for the three years next preceding the current year, the detailed expenditures for the
last one of the said preceding years, and the budget allowance and expenditures for the six months
of the current year, also tne puagei estimate mi yi
Department er Otlear
Books, Blanks and In
COUNTY ROAD MAS
Books and blanks
Books and blanks
Field work ....:
Books and blanks ...
Fees and Mileage ..
Per diem and expense.
Per diem and expense.
Audit of books
1,600.00 $ 1,600.00
Books and blanks ..
Board and expense ..
Expense and supplies.,!
Relief of old soldiers....
Light and water
Care of poor
Expenses keeping :..
Care and expense .
Care and expense
Fees, witnesses and
Fees and expense
Fees and expense
Expense not otherwise
provided for, viz:
$10.00 per capita
HIGH SCHOOL TUI
Tuition of pupils
STATE ROAD COOPER
Hinton Creek road .....
To meet State levy
ROAD BOND SINKING
ROADS & HIGHWAYS
Repairs, building, labor,
Repair, labor, new ...
STATE OF OREGON
700.00 274.39 700.00 631.66 796.37 610.54
500.00 225.27 500.00 620.41 584.01 592.78
300.00 245.29 300.00 161.17 182.90 223.15
2,000.00 786.39 2,500.00 644.25 1,641.25 769.46
100.00 100.00 3.60 32.20
960.00 470.00 960.00
500.00 470.85 500.00 3,713.74 2,903.32 3,771.81
1,500.00 749.74 1,500.00 1,928.22 1,493.74 1 ,266.62
120.00 60.00 120.00 120.00 120.00 120.00
100.00 100.00 60.55 75.09 5.00
1,500.00 2,999.00 3,457.00 2,516.00
1,500.00 775.00 1,500.00 1,542.50 1,395.00 1,685.00
100.00 1,762.23 100.00 989.85 1,006.51 517.35
200.00 87.66 200.00 214.87 210.54 200.55
200.00 42.06 200.00 259.10 133.12 119.57
2,500.00 1,275.00 2,100.00 2,475.00 2,800.00 3,000.00
117.00 70.37 120.00 - 116.85 116.84 113.01
339.00 149.11 265.00 163.13 153.32 72.14
200.00 200.00 207.28 181.48 175.26
150.00 150.00 200.00 200.00 200.00
235.00 1 10.00
80.00 650.00 80.00 1,387.57 1,492.62 1,041.22
5,000.00 324.30 5,000.00 1,507.16 50.00 50.00
16,364.00 15,821.67 16,155.40 28,368.93 47,933.62 38,921.10
16,364.00 7,947.50 16,155.40 15,950.00 15,964.90
34,093.00 - 33,657.07
25,000.00 44,546.21 25,000.00 87,883.69 77,515.47 33,656.28
304,442.00 I I 1 I
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The following amounts are not included within the 6 per cent limitation law and are author
ized by the Oregon laws:
Interest on bonds $ 16,364.00
Bond Sinking Fund - 34,093.00
State Tax 90,000.00
High School Tuition 7,000.00
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR 1925, OTHER THAN TAXATION:
Interest on bank deposits $ 500.00
Fees from County Clerk's office 3,000.00
25 per cent Forest Rentals 1,000.00
. 5 per cent Land Sales 100.00
Automobile Registrations - 4,000.00
Uncollected taxes - 50,000.00
Total - $ 58,600.00
Total estimated expenditures for the year subject to 6 per cent limitation 'ca'fino nn
Total estimated receipts not including proposed tax - 58,600.00
Balance, amount to be raised by taxation subject to 6 per cent limitation $ 98,385.00
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 6th day of November, A. D., 1924.
v . MORROW COUNTY BUDGET COMMITTEE.
E. J. Bristow, Secretary. Wm. T. Campbell, Chairman.
If you can save, you can succeed
and be indpendent. No one can be
independent if be spends more tban
It is estimated tbat nine out of
every ten persons at tbe age of sixty
are dependent on their relatives or
Start now to build your own inde
pendence with an Interest Account
in this strong bank.
Fir& National Bank
HEPPNER, OREGON '
Kerosene, Oils, Differential, Transmission, Cup,
and Axle Greases.
TffiES and TUBES FREE AIR and WATER
TRIMMINGS FOR YOUR
Mammoth Eastern Cranberries.
New Crop Naval Oranges.
Fancy Hood River Spitzenberg
Dromedary Citron, Orange and
Dromedary Grape Fruit.
Dromedary Smyrna Figs.
New Crop Almonds.
ALL NEW, FRESH STOCK
MALCOLM D. CLARK
U. S. TIRES
GAS, OILS, GREASE
HEPPNER TIRE & BATTERY SHOP
C. V. HOPPER
Best Wool Fabrics
FALL AND WINTER SAMPLES
of the J. B. Simpson made-to-measure, all
wool clothes direct to you from the sheep's
back have arrived.
Fit, satisfaction and wear guaranteed at $31.50
WORTH $30 OF ANY MAN'S MONEY
FRANK W. TURNER