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January 6, 1939 C(' ) N' DON GI._I)BE-I ]MES, ....... CO,NDON, OREGON. Page 11 Illilllllllllllltlilllit 31111llllllllC 1 D, Capital News By A. L. LINDBECK IIIIIIllllllllllllllllllll SALEM, Oregon, January 6--- tie in the person of Governor trtin, aided and abetted by State Rufus C. Holman man- to confound the Political this Week and to set at tst two "well founded" prognos- at naught. R o y Buchanan, democratic mber of the Industrial Accident- employment Compensation coin- who was slated to go was recipient of a belated Christ- present in the form of a new continuing him in of- for another four years while Carkin, state tax commission- Who was scheduled for reap- has been eased off the payroll and supplanted by S. Wharton, executive sec- to the governor and a dem- is Plenty of evidence, to the effect that the )gnostications of last week.were, least half right at the time were made and that the up- came about as the result of minute maneuvers between governor and Holman. It is secret that Holman disliked kin. In tact he refused to sign commission When Carkin wa PPointed to the tax commission lr Years ago. In an eleventh drive to t'get,, Carkin it is that Holman went to as late as Tuesday day the change in was announeed. .a proposal that Wharton be hinted to the tax post. The rnor seeing in the proposal a to reward his executive sec- eed to the plan. Secre- Snell, thtr'd member of Control and a SUpPrter of Catkin, was on the political manou- ng of his two colleagues and caucht completely unawares Holman moved for Whar- i)Pointment, ha.ring been led that Carkin's retention agreeable to the governor and ;pod as "in the bag. , )ointment of Buchanan on Accident commts- s taken here to Indicate the rement of j. ,C. Joy when his expires a year from now. and Joy are both demo- Library t) Be, Moved Time in January pfT00?nement in plans to new state ltbrar. has been ..... y build- ^, .-,,ue necessary De- uay In completing the hl I-larriett Long, )_" upped to make the eore the first of the now Plans to move e Week end some time dur- so as not to seriously service while the t session. tel. it i Report 1. Iffalett, state eorp(r- will be re- another fouy year When his present term ex- ry 7, according to Bonds gon'.q bonded ebt was fe- ather $750.000 this week lrement of another bonds. Total fh sfte f,q now down more than rorn the Oak of reached on January 1, % is in Pictorial History of 0SC .......... [ Dedicated to Dr. W. J.'Kerr i i OREGON STATE COLLEGE--The first coVy of the new plctorl hitory of Oregon State College, "Orange and BIs ^k," recently lublluhl by the O. S. O. Alumni association in commemoration of the seventi anniversary of the founding of the college, was presente to Dr. William Jasper Kerr by George Knutsen of Portland, president of the Alumni association. The presentation was a recent Homecoming feature at the college, at which time the scuLutored plaque of Dr. Kerr, shown in the insert, was dedtcated, after being placed over the fireplace in the Memorial Union building by the class of 1908. A similar plaque of President Thoma M. Patch has been placed over the second fireplace by the Class of 1907. The ,'Orange and Black" was dedicated to Dr, Kerr, who ,a, president o the college for nearly 26 yeats and then chancellor of the state system until retiring as chancellor-emeritus in 1935. The two cast stone plaques cOmmemorate the ft that Presidentz Gatch and Kerr served the .college during the only two wars which lAv cn fough by America in the 70 years of the lrtltutioa, Ill-POrts on Taxes ed by tele- o,'tin in Ore- 13.72 cents was . cordtn to a N. G. Wallace. Commissioner. 2,O00.ooO in 1 941$1 $3,481,261.10 tn msde available rposes durln 1938. Deft by the liquor Since the in- erlntendent A. M. Cannon to the tate department of education. During the past four years Lincoln county has spent approximately $250,000 on new school buildings without resorting to a bond issue, Superintendent ,Cannon reported. COUNTY PUPILS TO TAKE SEMZSTEI{ TESTS SOON Examinations, prepared by committee of county school super- intendents and teachers under the state department of education, will be given in all the schools in Gilliam county for students in the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Mrs. Florah Schroeder, county superintendent of schools, will mail the questions to the school teacher within the next week. The fourth graders will take only arithmetic wlCile tests in spelling, language and arithmetic will be given in the four upper grades. Besides these the county schools , all use the standard reading tests, the superintendent stated. RETURNS PWtOM VACATION After visiting with relatives in Portland for' part of the Christmas vacation, Mrs. Lulu Searcy return- ed in time to resume her teaching duties at the Condon grade school. Before Selling Wheat GET , iUR PRICES GRAIN STORAGE BAGS TWINE Interior Warehouse COMPANY George Miller, Agent BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO., Ltd. Phones: Office 982; Whse. 954 Condon, Ore. llauor mnn- Crown Feeds Orown Ilour a total of $9.022,- , . turned over to the I = ,, ,, : - commission. I BEAUTY SHOt /I ' ts he only coun-[ Permanent Waves, $3, up {i Fancy Hair Styles .... 75c |[ erhiCt bondhaS nOorPUblic/war.| Finger Waves ......... .h. 50c |] o a report by Sup- Main St. Phones 192 & 42 {? Public Notices OTICL TO CREDITORS In the ()ount y Court of the State of ()r-gon in and for the count and all obpections thereto. All persons interested will be present at said time and place and offer objections, if any, or file the same with the County Clerk. Dated December 23, I 93S. JOHN F. REISACHER, C)unty of Gilliam Administrator, d. b. n. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- i -' E TATE OF HARRY E. PALMER,, NOTICE TO (,It J)ITORS i In the County Oonrt of the Stat, of DECEASED. 1 Oregon ior Giilianl County Notice is hereby given that the tIN THE MATTER OF THE ES- undersigned by an Order of the TATE OF JESSIE HARDIE UP- County Court of Gilliam County, TON, Deceased. Oregon, duly made and entered of{ record has been appointed Admin- istratrix of the estate of Harry E. Pahner, Deceased, and has qual- ified. All persons having claims against said estate of Deceased are hereby notified to present same duly verified as required by law to D. N. Mackay, Attorney at Law, Condom Oregon, attorney for the Administratrix, at his of- fice in Condom Oregon, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice which is January 6th, 1939. Date of frst publication January 6th, 1939. Date of last publication Febru- ary 3rd, 1939. ESTELLA PALMER, Administratrix of the estate of Harry E. Palmer, deceased. D. N. Mackay, Condom Oregon, Attorney for the Admlntstratrix. NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Notice ts hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator of the above named estate by the above entitled court. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same, duly verified, to the undersigned at the office of D. R. Parker, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Condon, Oregon, within six months from date hereof. Dated and first published De- cember 23rd, 1938. JAMES W. UPTON, Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL ACOOUNT In the County Court of the State of Oregon for Gilnam County IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF W. P. WEST, Do- ceased. Notice is hereby given that the i lnderslgned administrator with the will annexed of the abov named estate has filed his Final Account with the clerk of the above entitled court, and that the court has appointed Monday the undersigned has filed his final 30th day of January 1939, at the acc-unt f "he ad inist ti n flhour of 10 o'clock a m at the o o  m ra o o I " " : t the the estate of W. G. Flett deceased ] ourt room oi .saLid court .n. 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