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THE HEPPNER GAZETTE.
Established March 30, 1883;
THE HEPPNER TIMES,
Established November 18, 1897;
CONSOLIDATED FEBRUARY 15, 1912
Published every Thursday morning by
CBAWTORD PUBLISHING COMPANY
and entered at the Post Office at Hepp
ner, Oregon, as second-class matter.
JASPER V. CRAWFORD, Editor
One Year j.00
Three Years J.WJ
Six Months - l-W
Three Months -
Official Paper for Morrow County
County Warrants for
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
Harriet Pointer, Deputy $ 85.00
Earle Bryant, Deputy 109.70
Neva S. Cochell, Deputy 124.70
E. M. Kenny, Deputy 85.00
J. O. Archer, Janitor 75.00
Henry Neer, Court Reporter
Madison L. Myers, Bangs Dis
ease Control 40.00
Pacific Power & Light Co.,
M. D. Clark, Courthouse .zd;
Jail $11.61; Election $1.60
Earle Bryant, Election $11.35;
Sheriff $1.95 v-
Dept. of Agriculture, District
P. W. Mahoney, Emergency
$11.50; Current Exp. $9.32;
Dist. Att. $20.00
Harold Becket, Courthouse ..
Thomson Brothers, Jail 35.33
Heppner Market, Jail
Case Furniture Co., Jail ....
Cecilia Healy, Assessor's Off.
$29.00; Tax Col. $14.00 43.00
Thomas J. Wells, Assessor
Charles B. Cox, Assessor's En
Heppner Gazette Times, Off.
Pub. $20.27; Elect. $3.00; Co.
Ct. $4.50; Sher. $6.75; Supt
C. J. D. Bauman, Cir. Ct.
$19.61; Jus. Ct. $12.40; Elect.
$6.20; Mileage $185.28 223.49
S. C. Russell, Sher. Mileage
$5.65; Election $1.00 6.65
Greenfield Grange No. 579,
John W. Graham & Co., Sup
University of Wash., Super
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt. Mil,
$1.35; Post. $10.40; Incident
als $3.00 14.75
Bettv Robinson, Supt. Assist. 25.00
A. B. Chaffee, Jus. of Peace,
Justice Court 10-30
Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., Current
H. H. Hill, Courthouse 6.75
Earl McCabe, Weed Control 25.10
George N. Peck, County Ct. 49.00
L. D. Neill, County Court .... 82.90
Bert Johnson, County Court 27.40
Franklin Printing Co., Clerk 2.35
Vivian Kane, Bonds 25.00
State Ind. Acc. Comm., Sher.
$4.35; Sher. Sal. $0.30; Sher.
Deputies $0.60 5.43
G, W. Funkhouser, Cir. Ct. 10.80
Henry E. Peterson, Cir. Ct 11.00
Noel K. Dobyns, Cir. Ct 11.00
G. L. Swanson, Cir. Ct 9 60
Frank Lindsay, Cir. Ct 11.40
Harry Archer, Cir. Ct 6.20
M. L. Case, Cir. Ct 6.20
Charles Vaughn, Cir. Ct 6.20
Bert Johnson, Judge, General
Eastern Ore. Wheat League,
Pub. & Advertising 30.00
Inland Emp. W. Assoc., Pub.
& Advertising 220.00
Bert Johnson, Judge, Old Age
Bert Johnson, Judge, Blind
Bert Johnson, Judge, Aid to
Dep. Children 49.60
H. H. Hill, Circuit Court 3.20
Cornett Green, Cir. Ct
Earl Blake, Cir. Ct
W. T. Gerard, Cir. Ct
George E. Miller, Cir. Ct. ...
Ralph I. Thompson, Cir. Ct.
Lee Howell, Cir. Ct
John F. Kenny, Cir. Ct.
Norman Nelson, Cir. Ct. ...
Phil Higgins, Cir. Ct
Laxton McMurray, Cir. Ct.
Cecil H. Thome, Cir. Ct. .
John Healy, Cir. Ct
Harry E. Yarnell, Cir. Ct. ...
Oral Scott, Cir. Ct
J. E. Morgan, Cir. Ct
E. R. Acton, Cir. Ct
J. V. Crawford, Cir. Ct
Neil Doherty, Cir. Ct
Noah Pettyjohn, Cir. Ct
E. R. Lundell, Cir. Ct
Paul Hisler, Cir. Ct
J. S. White, Cir. Ct
Floyd Worden, Cir. Ct
Else M. K. Petersen, Cir.
E. T. Messenger, Cir. Ct.
Faye Fince, Cir. Ct
Grant Olden, Cir. Ct
E. L. Young, Cir. Ct
Michael Healy, Cir. Ct 11.80
Rose Myers, Cir. Ct 2.00
Harriet Pointer, Deputy Sal. 85.00
Neva S. Cochell, Deputy Sal. 124.69
Earle Bryant, Deputy Sal 109.69
E. M. Kenny, Deputy Salary 85.00
J. O. Archer, Janitor Salary 75.00
Dr. A. D. McMurdo, Physician
Henry E. Neer, Court Report
er Pacific Power & Light Co.,
Court House 39.83
Betty Robinson, Supt. Assist. 25.00
Lucy E. Rodgers, Supt. Mil,
$15.05; Inc. $6.35 21.40
Thomas J. Wells, Field Work
$54.30; Incidentals $8.50 62.80
State Dept. of Agriculture,
Earle Bryant, Sher. Mil. $1.90;
Cir. Ct. $10.50
C. J. D. Bauman, Cir. Ct.
$35.66; Insane $12.25; Sher.
P. W. Mahoney, Cir. Ct. $6.50;
Dist. Att. $10.00
Albert M. Black, Insane Exp.
Cecilia Healy, Tax Collections
Boys & Girls Aid Society, Aid
to Dependent Children 72.00
L. W. Briggs, Treasurer Inci
dentals ' 1.00
West Coast Print. & Bind. Co.,
Justice Court 32.75
J. O. Hager, Justice Court 27.30
Raymond Ferguson, Just. Ct. 1.50
Hugh B. Smith, Justice Ct. .. 1.50
Claude Graham, Justice Ct. .. 1.50
Henry Howell, Justice Ct 1.50
Edmond Gonty, Justice Ct 1.50
Rosa Eskelson, Justice Ct 1.50
C. W. Egan, Justice Ct 1.00
F. W. Turner, Justice Ct 1.00
Bert Johnson, County Court 16.75
George N. Peck, County Court 55.30
L. D. Neill, County Court 77.05
J. O. Peterson, Assessor 3.40
State Board of Forestry, Fire
Patrol Assessment 50.00
NOW IN SEASON
months are back
a fresh supply of
choice sea foods always avail
Contributions Taken for
CHINESE RELIEF SOCIETT
and Official Receipt Given
Meals at All Hours
ED CHINN, Prop.
Gazette Times, Heppner,
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
GENERAL ROAD FUND
Feenaughty Machinery Co. $70.11,
Max Schulz $11.50, E. R. Lundell
$47.31, Shell Oil Company $35.64,
Green's Hardware Company $4.52,
Ray Taylor $2.75, City of Heppner,
Wat. Dept. $2.20, Frank Nixon $29.85,
Rosewall-Gentry Motor Co. $17.49,
Union Oil Company $240.02, Fee-
naughty Machinery Company $17.77,
Munnell & Sherrill $134.89, Heppner
Garage $3.28, Contractors Equipment
Corp. $29.14, Penland Bro. Trans
fer $10.92, Ferguson Motor Co.
$205.57, Walling Tractor &Equip
ment Co. $0.50, Howard-Cooper
Corporation $37.88, Columbia Equip
ment Co. $3.14, Unit Steel Corpora
tion $110.51, Ballou & Wright $124.89,
E. J. Bristow $0.35, E. W. Peck $4.13,
Edith K. Hendrick $3.76, Air Reduc
tion Sales Company $5.35, Jack Allen
Supply Company $81.09, Gilliam &
Bisbee $105.62, General Petroleum
Corporation $395.34, Oregon Culvert
& Pipe Co. $103.14, I. R. Robison
$115.35, Contractors Equip. Corp.
$125.00, William Greener $9.21, C.
A. Kane $40.00, Mercer-Ashenfelter
$5.30, R. B. Rands $3.89, H. Tamblyn
$78.71, Pacific Power & Light Co.
$4.24, Harold Becket $27.50, Thomson
Brothers $1.00, Tum-A-Lum Lum
ber Co. $6.60, Braden-Bell Tractor
& Equip. $494.06, L. N. Morgan
$110.00, Jack Stotts $71.76, Robert
S. Wilson $36.74, Frank Jones $23.97,
Roy Ball $15.68, Henry J. Phelps
$4.48, Harry Ford $1.12, Emil Ash
$1.12, John McEntire $7.83, Russell
Miller $7.50, Rav Brown $2.24, E. A.
Kelley $99.75, Chas. Williams $43.55,
C. R. Langdon $11.96, Henry Schwarz
$81.00, Bradley Castle $62.79, H. S.
Taylor $112.25, M. V. Nolan $116.74,
Clair Ashbaugh $99.75, Jim Farley
$58.77, Frank W. Gentry $49.41, Dale
Ray $44.85, A. J. Chaffee $11.23, Wm.
Cunningham $7.47, R. Marlatt $114.80,
H. Sherer $69.80, W. Langdon $53.82,
W. Gilman $53.82, Albert Connor
$56.12, C. J. D. Bauman $13.00, State
Ind. Acc. Comm. $46.37, Omar Riet
mann $4.16, Ralph Marlatt $40.00,
W. Cunningham $5.00, W. Gilman
$10.00, Frank Gentry $15.00, Jas.
Farley $5.00, Clair Ashbaugh $15.00,
Condensed Statement of Head Office and 41 Branches
Cash on Hand and Due from Banks $45,756,181.67
United States Bonds aii at par or Less) 33,447,404.69 $79,203,586.36
Municipal Bonds and Warrants. 3,021,307.98
Loans and Discounts Money at Work in Oregon
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank .
Bank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Customers' Liability on Acceptances
Reserves for Contingencies 1,806,180.63
Reserves Allocated for Taxes, Interest, Etc
Interest Collected in Advance.
C. R. Langdon $38.87, H. Tamblyn
$3.00, Ralph Marlatt $103.50, H. Sher
er $88.99, Wrex Langdon $76.24,
Walter Gilman $66.24, Clair Ashbaugh
$88.74, Jim Farley $63.77, L. N. Mor
gan $116.74, Jack Stotts $74.75, H. S.
Taylor $116.74, M. V. Nolan $118.98,
E. A. Kelly $90.79, H. Schwarz $81.00,
Chas. Williams $40.25, Bradley Cos
tie $62.79, Albert Connor $87.56, F.
W. Gentry $117.03, Dale Ray $73.28,
Robert S. Wilson $30.06, Roy Ball
$8.96, G. McCloth $2.24, John McEn
tire $2.24, Henry J. Phelps $4.48,
H. Tamblyn $108.40, Edith K. Hen
drick $2.27, Frank Nixon $29.85, S.
D. Wright $11.20, Firestone Tire &
Rubber Co. $18.50, Pacific Power &
Light Co. $6.76, Sherman J. Frank
WARRANTS DRAWN ON
MARKET ROAD FUND
Harry Tamblyn $148.06, Frank W.
Gentry $54.90, Dale Ray $29.90, A.
J. Chaffee $101.02, Wm. Cunning
ham $64.29, Ralph Marlatt $45.92,
H. Sherer $27.92, Wrex Langdon
$20.93, W. Gilman $23.92, A. John
ston $17.94, Albert Connor bb.l6,
State Ind. Acc. Comm. $14.65, Albert
Connor $2.24, Frank W. Gentry
$17.22, Dale Ray $8.97, A. J. Chaffee
$112.25, Wm. Cunningham $60.78,
Allen Johnston $8.97, H. Tamlyn
Temporarily unemployed workers
in Oregon drew an aggregate of $4,
099,925 in jobless insurance during
1940 compared to $4,052,888 in 1939
' and $5,916,399 in 1938, according to
a report by the state unemployment
compensation commission. Claim
ants for jobless insurance in 1940
drew an average of $71.07 compared
to an average of $88.29 in 1939, in
dicating a shorter period of unem
ployment during the past year. Em
ployers contributed a total of $6,
138,978 in payroll taxes last year
compared to $5,816,830 in 1939 and
$6,878,482 in 1938. The reserve in the
commission's trust fund was up to
slightly more than $10,000,000 on
January 1, compared to $7,890,935
a year ago. It is expected to hit $12,
000,000 within the next two months,
members of the commission said.
Total Resources $140,073,9,33.69
D I P O S I T INSURANCI CORPORATION
Thursday, January 9, 1941
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By DR. WM. C. STRAM, O. D.
Well, we've just lived through one
of the most exciting years that ever
placed its brand on this frantic
earth. The Nazis overran Europe
like soft butter on toast, but were
held for no gain by the waters of
the English Channel. Churchill came
up, Mussolini went down; Wendell
Willkie and F. D. R. put on the
most exciting political duel of mod
ern times. Draft, taxes, the Greeks,
King Carol, airplanes, Chamberlain,,
the Finns, the Duke of Windsor,
Japan, propaganda, Coventry, the
Dies Committee, Fifth Columnists,
Laval, John L. Lewis, "Gone Vith
the Wind," King Leopold, Charlie
Chaplin, the Burma Road, , James
Cromwell, Secretary Hull, the Cin
cinnati Reds, Marshal Petain, Sea
biscuit all made headlines. And
aspirin became a vital part of the
In Heppner, the new postoffice
gave everyone a different destina
tion each morning when going af
ter the mail, and plenty to talk
about while waiting for it, at least
until the new wears off.
With the opening of a new school
term, why not make sure your chil
dren are not going to suffer the pen
alties of poor vision during the
coming months? Heavy school work,
intense studying with weak eyes
often cause headaches, tiredness,
lack of vitality. For a thorough eye
examination without charge, see Dr.
Wm. C. Stram, O. D., 22 years ex
perience. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Stram Optical Co., 225 So. Main St.,
Phone 403, Pendleton, Ore.