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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1928.
and rugs. Get orders in early. Mrs.
T. W. Rippee, Heppner. 32-5.
BE PREPARED FOR JACK
FROST AND DECEMBER WIND.
We have the glass for your broken
windows and the parlor furnace to
make your home cozy inside. Case
FOR SALE Chester White brood
sows and pigs; also good yearling
Rhode Island Red roosters out of
Hoover's Climb Up the Ladder of 4& Success
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there will be meeting of the Levying Board of Morrow County,
i Oregon, at the Court House In Heppner, Oregon, on the 5th day of December, 1928, when and where the
estimates arrived at by the Budget Committee of Morrow County, Oregon, hereiWter set forth, may be
discussed with the Levying Board, and when and where any person who shall be subject to such tax levy,
shall be heard In favor of or against said tax levy or any part thereof.
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 8th day of November, 1928.
B. L. BENGE, 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 preced
ing years, and the budget allowance and expenditures for the six months of the current year, also the bud
287 trap-nested hens. Ralph But
ler, Heppner. 29-tf.
For Sale 7-room modern house,
shade and fruit trees, also berry
bushes; other adjoining lots for
sale. Cash or terms. Elizabeth
Smith state. 22tf.
FOR SALE Select seed rye, Ro
sen and Fall, from premium seed.
J. Ifrank Spinning, phone 51, Echo,
Ore. ' 29-tf.
GOLD SEAL Congolium Sale Oct
1 to 6. ugs and yard goods extra
special. Case Furniture Co.
Wanted 4- or 5-room furnished
house, with fence. Inquire this office.
In the clapboard dwelling in Wst BraucSi, la, shown in the left lower
corner of thil picture, Herbert Hoover, preiidcnt-elect of the United
States, wu born. From this humble beginning he hat climbed the ladder
leading to he White House which he is to occupy as the Nation's leader.
Michael O'Connor departed from
Pendelton on Thursday evening last,
his destination being New York city
from which point he expects to
leave by steamer on the first of
December lor his old home at Klll
arney, Ireland. He will spend the
winter months visiting with his mo
ther, expecting to return to Hepp
ner in the early 'spring. For the
past fifteen years Michael has been
a resident of this community and
he is working for his brother, Jerm
O'Connor, , on the Skinner creek
Mr. John W. Graves and Miss
Dorris Wilcox were quietly married
at the Congregational parsonage in
lone, Thursday morning, Rev. W.
W. Head officiating. There were
present the bride's parents and their
younger children, her brother and
Miss Tressie Allstott Immediately
after the marriage was solemnized
the yuong couple motored to The
Dalles. lone Independent The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Wilcox who reside on
Willow creek below Lexington.
Mr. and Mra. Vawter Crawford re
turned on Thursday afternoon from
Montesano, Wash., where they spent
several days visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jones. While
there Mr. and Mrs. Crawford also
enjoyed a visit to the coast at Paci
fic Beach and got an excellent view
of the Pacific, which at the time
was not so peaceful as it might
have been, and the waves were roll
Word received by friends here
Wednesday is to the effect that Miss
Anita Hughes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Hughes of Umapine,
formerly of this city, underwent a
serious operation in a Walla Walla
hospital early Tuesday morning,
from which Bhe rallied well, and her
parents are very hopeful that her
recovery will be rapid. Miss Hughes
has been ill for some time.
Mrs. B. O; Sigsbee departed on
Sunday for San Francisco on a visit
of a week to her daughters, the
Misses Bernlce and Elaine Sigsbee.
Accompanying Mrs. Sigsbee were
Father Brady of the local Catholic
church and Wm. Bucknum . who
. went along as driver of the Sigsbee
Mr. and Mrs. Natt Webb, well
known to Heppner people, departed
this week from their' Walla Walla
home on a trip to California. They
go to visit Harlan Vale, son of
Mrs. Webb, who is attending school
In the south and will return with
them for the Christmas holidays.
W. V. and Jasper Crawford mo
tored to Portland Friday afternoon.
From there they went on to Corvai
lia to take in the big football game
on Saturday. A very large crowd
witnessed the defeat of the Aggies
by the U. of O. In a good game.
Fred J. Nlchoson was a visitor
here from lone on Monday. Mr.
Nlchoson is a well driller of many
years experience and has many
good wells to his credit in the lone
The Episcopal ladles will hold
their annual bazaar and tea at the
Parish House, Saturday, December
1. Doors open at 1 p. m. Many
beautiful articles for Christmas
Wes Brannon was In town on
Wednesday from his farm home on
Eight Mile. The good weather pre
vailing now Is appreciated by the
farmers of his community.
J. O. French, formerly of Lex
ington and now farming near Stan
field, was here Tuesday with a load
of potatoes, which he disposed of to
L. R. Demarls who farms the L.
P. Davidson Gooseberry, farm, was
a Friday visitor in Heppner, looking
after matters of business Jiere.
Ralph Akers, business man of
lone, was a visitor her on Tuesday.
Jerm O'Connor was in town for a
while on Wednesday and reports
sheep and range in good condition
on the Rhea creek ranch.
N. A. Clark, leading wheatraiser
of Eight Mile, was attending to bus
iness affairs here on Wednesday.
BOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Water Works Improvement.
Heppner, Oregon, Nov. 19, 1928.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of the City Recorder of the
City of Heppner. Oregon, until five (6)
o'clock P. M.. December 3, 1928, for fur
nishing materials and labor and con
structing the WATER WORKS IM
Plans and specifications may be ob
tained upon application and deposit of
ten (10) dollars at the office of the
City Recorder of Heppner, Oregon, or
at the " office of L. R. Stockman, Con
sulting Kngineer, Baker, Oregon. The
deponit of ten (10) dollars will be re
turned to contractors submitting bona
fide bids for the work.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by a deposit of five (5) per cent of the
amount of the bid, either In cash or by
a certified check.
Bids will be opened at the regular
council meeting at seven thirty P. M
December 3, IS28.
The riant is reserved to reiect any or
all bids or to accept such bid or bids
I are to tne best jnteresi oi me uiiy.
By order of the City Council.
E. G. NOBLE, Mayor.
E. R. HUSTON, Recorder.
Irrigated ranch, Boardman dis
trict, 40 acres, 28 under ditch, good
house, drilled well and other Im
provements. On phone line, R.F.D.
and school bus route. Priced cheap
at $4500.00, part down, balance easy
terms. Am otherwise occupied rea
son for selling. Lee Mead, Board
man, Ore. , 35-38p
Wanted Experienced woman for
general housework. Good wages.
Mrs. L. H. Hamley, Pendleton, Ore.
Fnr SnJn Riane Bronze turkeys:
toms $12, hens $7. The large kind
none better. Cora Burroughs, lone,
Oregon. 33 tf.
Forshaws, pioneer florists of Pen
dleton, have arranged with the
Case Furniture Co. to represent
them in Heppner. 33tf.
FOR SALE Big type Poland
China pigs, $5 each. Walter Jep
son, 12 miles south of lone on Rhea
Now ready to weave your carpets
'LEADS THE BAND'
the modern oil
A STANDARD OIL PRODUCT
Of course you'd be
proud of a beautiful
floor like this
But this Is only one of the
many modern Armstrong
Floors that we are ready to
show you. You'll find Just the
correct floor for any room in
your house he.re. Jaspes,
Mounded Inlalds, Embossed
Handcraft Tile designs . . .
anything you like. Come In
and lot us show them to you.
Dirt Can't Grind
Into These Floors
The new Accolac process pro
tects Armstrong's Linoleum
with a smooth, tough, flexible
lacquer. All dirt Is surface
dirt, easily brushed away.
Heels do not mar these floors
or grind dirt Into them.
FOR EVERV KOOM IN THE
BEFORE SELLING YOUR WHEAT
F. W. Turner & Co.
STRAUSS AND CO., INC.
Commencing SATURDAY, NOV. 24,
' and Ending SATURDAY, DEC. 1 .
Genuine' Pendleton $6.00 Wool Shirts
$5.00 Pendleton Wool Shuts . 4.49
$7.50 Pendleton Blazers $6.75
$5.50 Pendleton Wool Blankets $4.85
; PRODUCTS OF THE FAMOUS
PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS
A man's store for men
Living Gifts That
Go on Living
BUY JEWELRY FOR CHRISTMAS
See our line of nationally advertised
wrist and strap watches selling at
$7.50 to $55.00
Also featuring Diamond Rings of
quality, priced upward from $25.
get estimate for the year 1929.
Department of Officer
Books and Blanks .
Books and Blanks
Books and Blanks .
Fees and Mileage
Fees and Expenses
Telephone, postage, station
ery,, telegram's, etc.
Collections, Books, Blanks
CARE OF POOR
Special Counsel .
New roads, repairs, labor, ma
New bridges, labor, repair, co
operation on Willow Creek
STATE OF OREGON
The following amounts are not Included within the 6 per cent limitation and are authorized by law:
Interest on bonds
Bond Sinking Fund .
High School Tuition
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR 1929, OTHER THAN TAXATION:
Interest on bank deposits
Fees from Clerk's Office
25 per cent Forest Rentals .
Total estimated receipts
Total estimated expenditures for 1929 subject to 8 limitation
Total estimated receipts not Including proposed tax
Balance, amount to be raised by taxation subject to 8 limitation -
Dated at Heppner, Oregon, this 8th day of November, 1928.
MORROW COUNTY BUDGET COMMITTEE,
GAY M. ANDERSON, Secretary. R. L. BENGE, Chairman.
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