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THE GAZETTE-TIMES. HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1925.
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNTY
CLERK OF MORROW COUNTY, ORE
CON, FOR THE SIX MONTHS PERIOD
ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1924.
CLAIMS PAID FROM GENERAL COUNTY FUND
Allowed bv County Court
EvPFNSE OF
Amount
RcmHs and Highways $ 4.334.70
S46.56
259.33
1. 197.93
2.623.12
Election
Current Expense
County Court ...
Sheriff
Clerk 1.735.63
Assessor - 2.532.33
Treasurer - 546.55
Court House - 2.013.33
Circuit Court - 543.05
Justice Court - 3S9.95
Superintendent - 1,124.24
Physician
Overseer
Widows Pension
Poor
Jail
Sealer ..
Audit Books .
60.00
150.00
615.00
1.0S0.S3
4S3.10
46.49
350.00
County Agent 1.050.00
Health
Tax Rebate
District Attorney
Insurance
Watermaster
Surveyor
Coroner
Publishing Budget
Library .
Emergency
Donation
Juvenile .
17.50
81.76
60.75
110.00
31.24
81.49
57.75
83.00
174.70
25.00
25.00
13.70
Total ...1 $ 22.S04.18 $22,804.18
Claims paid from Road Funds, including Bond
and Special Road Funds ...$ 32.022.53
Claims allowed from Market Road Fund. 20,785.54
Claims Allowed from Miscellaneous Funds.... 22,373.86
Total ..
..$ 75,136.93 $75,186.98
SUMMARY OF WARRANT ACCOUNT
Outstanding General Fund Warrants June 30, 1924 $ 22,408.69
Outstanding Road Fund Warrants June 30, 1924 293.64
Outstanding Market Road Warrants June 30, 1924 17.09
Outstanding Miscellaneous Warrants June 30, 1924 205.04
Genera! Fund Warrants issued July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924 22,430.64
Road Fund Warrants issued July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924, in
cluding Special Roads . 32,022.58
Market Road Warrants issued July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924 20,785.54
Miscellaneous Warrants issued July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924.... 22,38
rom sunset to iunn.
rat McEntira and Pat Outran are
busy men this week hauling corn
rom Ocil warehouse to Killamey
ranch where they have several bunds
of theep feeding. j
Jack Hynd Tnade h trip to Hvnd
Bros, ranch in Sand Hollow on Tues-
to arranre for more sheep to
come to Hyod Bros, ranch near Cecil
or the winter.
Mrs. L. L. Funk and daughter. Miss
GeraMine, of Cecil accompanied by
Mrs. Geo. Krebs and sons of the
Last Camp were visiting in Ion on
Saturday.
Oral Henriksen of the Moore ranch
near Heppner was busy measuring:
hay on his ranch near Ewing which
he has sold to R. A. Thompson of
Heppner.
Zenneth Locan of Boardman spent
Thursday and Friday with his brother
Leon at Four Mile and was also call
ing on his friends at Cecil.
W. V. Pedro and Mrs. Joe Pedro
made a short call in Cecil on Sunday
before leaving for the homo of Mrs.
Pedro at mson, Ore.
Mrs. T. H. Lowe and daughter Miss
Annie C, were calling on Mrs. R. E.
Duncan and infant son at Busy Bee
ranch on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Tyler and family
of Rhea Siding were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. Dofur at the Cot near Cecil
on Sunday.
Messrs. Clark, Gaunt, Mattison and
Furlong of Heppner finished tagging
for Krebs Bros, at the Last Camp
on Friday.
Mrs. Geo. A. Miller and son El-
Yin of Highview ranch spent Friday
th Mrs. H. V. Tyler near Rhea
Siding.
Paul G. Balsiger, prominent hard
ware merchant of lone, was doing bus
iness in Cecil vicinity on Wednesday.
R. E. Stender of Seldomseen and
J. E. Crabtree of Cuckoo Flats were
doing the sights of lone on Sunday.
Noel Sereeter is spending his spare
time from school building extra
houses for his rabbits, etc.
Mrs. Pat Medlock of Morgan spent
Monday with Mrs. Alf. Medlock at
Rockcliffe near Cecil.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Farnsworth of
Rhea Siding were visiting friends in
Olex during the week.
J. O. Osborn of Fairview ranch was
a caller in Heppner on Wednesday.
rvrntna from tkrir hoax ta grattlo. Mr.
hue. art Is la the employ tae Shell
Oil Co.. fu a two wrrfcs' varatioa an la,
are vivittna; taeir parents an friends.
The ha.krthsl! rames here Friday ataht
between tne Lexington boy and airta and
Itoanlman boy and Slrts. were lively. Lu.'S
however, Memed ayainst foardraaa and the
Lexinaton teams were winners.
T. W. Cuteforth and sons returned Sun
day from Salem vnere tney had been with
Mr, lutafortn who is very 1.1. Mr. CuU
forth wtU return to Salem this week.
Mr. Georce Peek and two eons returned
Saturday from Junction City where they
had been for the peat six weeks, visitin
Mrs. Peek's parents.
A double-header basketball a-ame is
scheduled for Friday niaht between Hepp
ner and Lexington laoud lively gamea are
promised.
Clarence Carmiehael returned from Cor-
vsllis on Monday, bavina decided not to
enter O. A. C. untU the beannning of next
term.
County School Superintendent Walker of
Heppner and Mrs. Josle Frederickson of
Lexington were over to Irrigon Monday.
Mrs. Harry Dingea and son Danny re
turned from Portland Friday of last week
after a visit with relatives in the city.
A number of our young folks attended
the Elks dsnee at Heppner on Saturday
night and all report a grand time.
Mr. and Mm. Cbisam of Pendleton were
in Lexington Tuesday. Mr. Chiasm ia with
the Collins Grain Co. of Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Copenhaver were in
from their ranch in Sand Hollow on Tues
day, doing some shopping.
Miss Vail, primary teacher, who was
quite ill. has recovered sufficiently to take
up her school work again.
Grandma McMillan departed Wednesday
morning for Portland where she will visit
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell Ward were visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lueaa over
the week-end.
Mrs. Leach McMillan left on Wednesday
for Portland on a combined business and
pleasure trip,
Chs.. Swindig and family of Heppner
were visiting at tko Braee Grady nosa ovwr
Sunday.
Jason Biddle and wife were ta from their
ranch Saturday doing annas shopping.
Karl Iteaeb spent Saturday and Sunday
with bis family at Walla Walla.
Frank Burgoyme Is installing a mew Jec
trie light dynamo ia his store
Frank Harwood of Heppner paid Lexing
ton a social call oa Sunday.
Harvey MrAlister ia ia Portland this
week visiting hia brother.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING.
Heppner Lodge No, JS8, B. P. O. E.
There wilt be a special meeting of
Heppner Lodge No. SM. B. P. 0. Elks,
oa Saturday night, January 24th,
1925, at which tint Bamett H. Gold
stein, District Deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler, and Bro. Ben Fiaher, proaident
of th State Elks' association, will be
present. All brothers ar urged to at
tend. C. L. SWEEK, Exalted Ruler.
J. 0. RASMUS, Secretary.
FOR SALE 1922 Ford Sedan; good
tires, spare, Hassler shocks, foot
feed and other extras, Mechanically
perfect. A good buy if you need a
Total $120,645.08
General Fund Warrants paid July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924 $ 18,526.57
Road Fund Warrants, including Special Roads, paid July
1 to Dec. 31. 1924 31,966.53
Market Road Warrants paid July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924 20,802.63
Miscellaneous Warrants paid July 1 to Dec. 31, 1924 22,378.86
General Fund Warrants outstanding December 31, 1924 26,312.76
Road Fend Warrants outstanding December 31, 1924 452.69
Market Road Warrants outstanding December 31, 1924.... .00
Miscellaneous Warrants outstanding December 31, 1924 205.04
LEXINGTON BRIEFS
Psve Porter left Sunday morning for
Portland where he will enter the I. O. O.
F. home. Uncle Dave has resided here for
many long' years and haa a host of friends
among both old and young who wih for
him many years more of life under the
pleasant surroundings of the home where
the Oddfellows care for their aged.
The Collins Grain Co. of Pendleton pur
chased the Scott A McMillan warehouse
this week. Mr. Collins is an extensive
warehouse owner and grain buyer and
owns numerous warehoused throughout the
grain growing section, as well as big flour
mill at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mr. Ray White arrirpd Tutdfty
Gilliam & Bisbee's
jZ? Column j&
Total
..$120,645.08
CASH ON HAND IN VARIOUS FUNDS ON DE
CEMBER 31st, 1924.
General County
General Road
General School ;.
Trust Funds
High School Tuition
Union High School No. 1
Fire Patrol
City of Boardman
City of Heppner
City of Hardman
City of lone
City of Lexington
Special School Districts
Elementary School
West Land Irrigation
West Extension Irrigation
John Day Irrigation
Motor Vehicle
Market Road
Special Road District No. 1
Special Road District No. 4
Special Road District No. 5
Special Road District No. 14
Lexington-Jarmon Road .
Prohibition Fund
Rodent Fund
Bee Fund
Dog Fund
Fair Fund
Herd Fund
Old Soldiers
Indemnity Fund
Bond Sinking Fund .
Bond Interest Fund
...$
6,474.53
1.023.86
2,775.06
1,295.60
14.54
120 00
.00
.00
.00
5.40
.00
.00
7,884.49
1,648.53
.00
4,254.40
422.47
7.65
239.39
1,683.05
339.74
.81
197.19
12.57
986.50
1,650.75
42.00
438.84
578.11
19.35
.85
12.00
65,965.37
2,687.45
FOR THE BOBBIES
They are the best that
are made.
Velocipedes and Kiddie
Kars for the Kids.
Enterprise vacuum bot
tles that will keep Christ
mas warm and the 4th of
July cool.
Community Silver and
high grade aluminum
ware for Christmas.
Winchester Flashlights
and Batteries.
Gilliam & Bisbee
EVERVTHINO IN
Hardware - Implements
We have H, will get it or
it is not made.
Total . $100,780.50 $100,780.50
STATE OF OREGON, .
ss.
County of Morrot,
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 naid claims were drawn and the amount of out
standing warrants not paid, for the six months period ending Decem
ber 31, 1924.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed the seal of my office this 15th day of January, 1925.
(SEAL) GAY M. ANDERSON, County Clerk.
CECIL US HEMS
We are find to art W. O. Palmatoer
of Wirdynook around again after hit
recent srvert attack of tonstlitis.
(Jowl reports are coming in from th
family of John Gray at Shady Dell
!ar Ccil who ar now under atrict
quarantine nn acrount of infantlla
paralysis. Th Ktd Cross has a
nurse in attendance at the Gray noma.
W. A. Thomas of Dotheboys Hill
was Cecil visitor on Sunday and
trying to find out whether the ma
jority of the wheat in thia district
it froaen out or not. Report on
hand are not definite ag to the dam
age which the late frosts have done.
Dick Logan and Harvey Smith of
Four Mile made a hurried trip to
Cecil on Saturday in starch of the
weather report! and wheat market
report which are of big interest to
these young ranchmen, the coming
wheat men of Morrow county.
Howard Hardeity of Morgan was
visiting the Streeter boy on Sunday
and wo having the time of his life
until h took a fall on hia bicycle
and found the ground at Cecil hard
er than th Morgan ground.
E. Bennett, assisted by H. Cox of
Heppner, are making all thing ihlne
at the Shepherd' Rest and intend to
put out their sign ihorotly, "At home
There's a
Radiola
for every home
RADIOLA HI - $ 45.25
(Not loud apeaking)
RADIOLA HI-A ...... M.00
(1100.00 $10 down, $10 per month)
RADIOLA REGENOFLEX 190.00
($200.00 $30 down, $14.17 per month)
RADIOLA X 260.00
($270.00 $30 down, $20 per month)
RADIOLA BUPERIIETRODYNE
278.00
($21)8.00 $30 down, $21.60 per month)
Price Include coat of delivery and
installation with guarantee and three
months free service.
All RADIOLAS ue dry batterie
only.
A big organization extending over
three countie enables us to give real
service and satisfaction.
MAURICE A. FRYE
Everything Electrical
Studcbaker Sixes
Come in and see our
"Before and After
Taking," Tum-A-Lumber
Book.
A prize book of sug
gestions for making a
modern home out of
the old house, with
many illustrations
and plans.
TUM-A-LUM
LUMBER CO.
Red Crown
Gasoline
SERVICE STATION
Union
Gasoline
Oils, Differential, Transmission and
Cup Grease
TIRES and TUBES FREE AIR and WATER
FERGUSON BROTHERS
ear. Price $300. ALVA JONES, Box
102, Lexington, Oregon.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
To any on giving information of
person or peraon who shot two fox
terriers, male and female, wearing
Morrow county licenses Nos. 1028 and
102V for 1D26, near Cecil, Morrow
county, Oregon, on January . 1025.
MRS. JENNIE LOWE,
Cecil, Oregon.
Don't overlook th food sale at
Humphreys Drug Co. Saturday.
Heppner, Lexington,
lone
30-Day Cash Sale I
210 Pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's
Shoes, I will sell at COST. j
35c Outing Flannel, 36-in 27 '2c j
25c Outing Flannel, 27-in 18c j
50c Satteen, 36-in 38c i
25c Gingham 20c j
Men's Woolen Underwear at 10 Discount
Ladies' and Children's Underwear at Cost.
$1.85 Men's Overalls ...$1.70
H $2.10 Men's Overalls $1.90
S Men's Pants 10 off. .
H Men's Woolen Shirts 10 7o off.
H $14.50 Leather Coats, now $12.00
H Reduction on Most All Canned Goods H
and Groceries
I W. P. Prophet & Co. I
1511
GE TO Quick Starting'MD CROWN
AND FEEL THE DIFFERENCE
Fill your tank with
Red Crown and press
the starter button-
youlljee the difference
Fill your tank with "Red Crown" and
press the starter button you'll feel the
difference. Drive for a day or a week
and then look at your gasoline gauge
you'll see the difference. Keep track of
your gasoline cost you'll save the
difference.
Fill your tank with "Red Crown" at any .
red, white and blue pump in town "in
every way a better gasoline."
These Dealers in Morrow County Sell Red Crown Gasoline
Cohn Auto Company
Heppner, Ore.
Vaughn & Goodman
Heppner, Ore.
C. V. Hopper
Heppner, Ore.
M. R. Fell
Heppner, Ore.
Ferguson Bros.
Heppner, Ore.
Gilliam & Bisbee
Heppner, Ore.
Peoples Hardware Company
Heppner, Ore.
L. H. Frederickson,
Lexington, Ore.
E. Nordyke
Lexington, Ore,
Leach Bros.
Lexington, Ore.
E. R. Lundcll
lone, Ore.
I. R. Robinson
lone, Ore.
Martin Bauernfiend
Morgan, Ore.
T. II. Lowe
Cecil, Ore.
Colliver & Miller
Hardman, Ore.
Pyle & Grimes
Parkers Mill, Ore.
STANDARD OIL
COMPANY
(California) ,
QUICK STARTING
100 POWER
Harivood's
Closing Out Sale
of
Gennett Records
Entire stock must be disposed of at once.
ALL 75c RECORDS SPECIALLY
PRICED AT
50 Cents
Everything in Musical Instruments
Odd Fellows Building
Heppner, Oregon
Courtesy to You
In all matters however large or small
Is the end toward which we strive.
Anyone can accept business pleasantly
you know THAT.
If for any reason we DO have to say "no"
We can be courteous about. the refusal,
too.
Did you know THAT? ,
Farmers & Stockgrowers National
Heppner Bflk Oregon
Star Theater
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JAN. 22-23
GLORIA SWflNSQN
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
raillNTID V JlSilLlASKV
ion will sec uioria ai ner unri.ancu u,,i , .........
comedy-drama of a girl who learned on her wedding night that
he had married a twenticth-century Bluebeard with seven
divorced wives. You'll se her in the most alluring gown
evor devised. In a itory of French boudoirs and beachea, of
startling scenes and gorgeous Bettings.
A TOP-NOTCH SWANSON PICTURE
Also "The Spat Family" in "HOT STUFF"
TWO-REEL COMEDY.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 24
EDITH ROBERTS
"ROULETTE
AND ELEVEN OTHER WELL KNOWN STARS IN
Th story of on of New York's hidden Monte Carlos.
When a man wants to be emphatic h says, "I'll bet my life!"
But he never doe. It i a woman who bet her life. When
she marries, he knows her entir life depends on what this
man may be. Se Edith Roberts and this unrivalled cast in
"ROULETTE."
Also Ben Tuprin in "STEP FORWARD"
SUNDAY and MONDAY, JAN. 25 and 26
FLORENCE VIDOR and THEODORE
ROBERTS in
"HAIL THE WOMAN"
Not a new picture, but one of th very best produced.
A New York critic saysi "Hail th Woman" is a master
piece in every sense of the word. It Is a powerful human
drama. Its characetrs are not shadows, but real human be
ings; they think and act just as human being would have
thought an dacted in real life. And because it conveys a moral
lesson loyalty and self-sscrlflce, and also condemnation of
th double moral standard not in the form of preachment
but submerged In th entertainment, it is destined to liv
In he mind of picture-goers, when hundreds of other pictures
will be forgotton,
The story is by the well-knodn author C. Gardner Sullivan,
and In addition to Miss Vidor and Theodora Roborts th cast
includes Lloyd Hughes, Gertrude Clair, Madg Bellamy and
Tully Marshall, and directed by Thos. II, Ince.
Also "FELIX GETS HUNGRY"
W are (lad to announc (hat w have been able to so ar
range our booking contracts that after January 2Hth, we will
have a show every night, Instead of closing on Tuesday and
Wednesday.