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19, 1940 CONDON GLOBE-TIMES, CON'DON, ORGEON Page 7 I,,, r [her vacation, while Mr. Bothun ] i |a,tMa z,vvo l visited his mother at Glacier Na- B J.gWLJ [[ (Continued from page 3) I tional ipark. Y Lorraine Irby I | they visited the former s relative.s[ Billy Schmeder and Harold  |during the vacation. Hillsbury visited at Seattle last , . . | Mrs. N. A. Wiltz, who was[ week. Bill Turns of Everett, Ju!y 16--Worn was re-, taken to The Dalles hospital Wed- ] Washington, returned home with mat Mi noJar .m,  nesday of last week after becom- ] them. WorKing at 'ra e ing seriously ill, was reported to Mrs. W. C. Hess and infant n, an operwtion for be tmproving. William Cbarles, J:r., returned to there the first of the The library board met Thursday Klnzua from The Dalles Sunday. McKinley Crum and left Sunday for a short Enola and .returned has ,been confined hospital for an in- of time. His moth- Johnson, is staylvug with him. visitors in The Dalles from this commun- Ib McKinney, Miss ther$ord, Miss Lois Minnie Brackett, Mrs. and Mrs. R. E. Irby oe. Barbara were .visit- evening. Mrs. Mark Weather- children, Markey end of Albany arrived at to spend the summer. Economics club of is lmlding a meet- July 17, at the plan for the fair of Arlington at the F.rank Weath- on Sunday" and re- ari Weatherford evening. Capital on page 5) supplie6. The Will have the tack in training the corn- after the uard and Friday afterno:ons of last Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coleman and week to mend library hooks. The family visited Mr. and Mrs. N. work is under the supervision of Coleman in The Dalle Sunday. Mrs. Marion Wright. A new traY-I Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Coleman cling library from the tate lib-laud son were busine visitors in rary at Salem ts now at the Kin-tPortland Monday of last wee.k. zua public library. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Deeter and Miss Theda Brennen and sister,Tom Hagen vis4ted Mr. Hagen's Merle visited friends at Seattle|sister and family at Kooskie, during the Fourth. Idaho, during the acation. Mrs. Ted Bothun visited her Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ray and brother Edward C. Criffith during ababy visited relatives at Winches, (Continued from page 3) and a true balance on hand in the various funds at the close of busi- ness on said date. ALMA JONES, Gilliam County Treasurer. County Clerk's Semi-Annual Report Seml-annud Report of the County Clerk of Gilllam County, Ore- gon, for the six months endiRg June 30, 1940, showing receipts, ex- penditures, outstanding warrants and indebtedness. RECEIPTS Recording .......................................................... $ 300.80 Circuit Court fees ............................................ 120.00 Probate and County Court fees ........................ 50.00 Marriage Licenses ............................................ 27.00 Miscellaneous--gas refunds0 ete ..................... 1J$9.1.12 TOTAL RECEIPTS ........................................................ $ 2,018.99 EXPENDXTUR 's. Office Ammor BalarY .......................................... $ 500.00 Amuser's Deputy ....................................... $00.00 Assessor's office supplies ............................ 187.65 1,9-87.65 Cleek'e Office ChMk's nl&ry ................................................ 750.00 Clerk's Ce ........................................... 500.00 OHko :sup lira es 130.07 Atl county JuOae m .................................... 2o.oo 1,880.07 t ter, Idaho, the Fourth. ] will receive bids for said property Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hegdahl [ on and after the hour of 10 took thetr small daughter Janet o'clock A. M. on the 22nd day of to a Dalles hospital Saturday for I July 1940, at the office of the medical treatment. he had been undersigned administrator in the quite seriously ill fcr several days., First National Bank Bldg., Con- Mrs. J. D. Coleman entertained  dn, Oregon. ZWd  r iod/aCl Uwb eat h eIh %e. I The rlght to reject any and all .  y t. e . . s... bids is hereby roeserved, -"^-'"'-'-""----'andIreirrearnar?orXze Dated and first publi, hed this '  ' 21st day of June 1940 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rohertsonl and daughter visited relatives in I J.F. REISACHER, The Dallas last week end.  Administrator of ths estate Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lyon drove to Prineville over the week end. E. F. Martin and Merrill San -! l ders were business visitors in Heppner__ Saturday. ]Public Notice. (ALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given ,that the School Board of District o. 25, ondon Oregon, invites bids for the furnishing of forty (40) tons of stove coal to be delivered to the coal room tn the basement of the Condon Grade School building,! Condon Oregon by September 1, 1940. All blots must be in the hands of the district clerk on or before 8 o'clock p. m. August 6, 1940' at which time bids will be opened by the board. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bid NLL O. AND]%SON, Clerk, Dsriet No. 25. CALL FOR BII Notice is hereby given that the County Court of Glltiam County, Oregon, invites bids for the fuji nighing of coal and slab wood for the Gilllam ounty courthouev and the Gilliam County high school in Condon, Oregon. Said coal and slab wood to be delivered at the rtive build- /rigs, the coal and slab wood to he placed in the .basements of the of R. L. Ferguson, deceased. Professional Dr. A. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPDCIALIST Third floor Olds, Wortman King, Portland, Oregon. Phone Broadway 7711 i ,, , , , , , W.-J/MILLER, M.D. '1 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Eyes Tested  Glasses Fitted Hours 9-12 a, m.; 14 p. m. Phones: Office 35; Reg. 553. Office rooms 19 & 0 Condon Natl Bank Bldg.. Condo Ore. Dra Wood nd Manor PHYSICIANS and sur0000Ns Hours 10-19  m., I-$ p. am. ! Phonse: Office Main 7O R4m- Idence 858. Condeu. Oralmn III IU U  II IIIIII I Im I H 3 D. I. PA2m | 1M Attorney st Law Fit Nstta8 Bask . l] ou4oa, Oelren JJ Attorney at Law i OR4ea, O I military .trali of the national not mean teaching to march in forma- ls a minor ,rarfare, and Will eoalst in mak- a Specialist in the of combat ears s, anU-ircraft equip- gun, photography, communicao officer will a master mechanic. Some of the features defense which will of every man in Gountv Court, per diem and mileage .......... 319.36 569.39 s Offlee Sheriff's saJary ............................................ 1,000.00 leflff'e deputy ............................................ 600.00 Travelin pense ........................................ 89.30 Ofl'e =suplie .............................................. 43.64 hool Hntendent'e Office Supertnendent's lary ,. ............................. 600.00 Office supplies ........................................... 103.67 Trvel/ng expense ........................................ 133.03 936.70 asurer'e Offe Trcsurer's salary ........................................ 300.00 Office expense .............................................. 3.00 332.00 Mtecellueous emergency ............................ 433.85 433.85 Library .......................................................... S00.00 Institute, speakers, .etc ................................. 51.00 ,11.94 courthouse and the high .hool i and all surplus of said coal' and i slab wood that cannot be placed [in the respective basements shall be delivered at a place in the City of Condon dea,llrad by the Court. DeliverT must be started by September 1, 1940. The following requirements of a good grade of coal and slb wood to be delivered as above stated: One hundred and ten (I10) tons of Utah coat as follows: Forty (40) tons of stove coal and seyenty tY0) tons of 8-inch lump coal; said coal must contain 18,- 000 B. T. U.; not more than seven between within the United Stes build- navy the world 580,000 men to man the shills and planned. say they want their draftee. and Be4dgea Arms lsevelt has been if he expects army and anti-aircraft hifted around the he will have t9 and bridges are can ustaln the the weight f thrum war, as existing Pavements cannot. argument that have the govern-' the long-talked of tWays. Falr ,expense .................................................. General Goverzmt Auditor's salary ............................................ 360.00 Circuit Court, Jurorz, :ere ............................. Coroner,s fees. ............................................. District Attorney, supplies .......................... 2.40 Election upplies and alarie ...................... 439,95 Inane examiUon ...................................... Board of prisoners ........................................ 33.90 Health .GfYlcer .............................................. Justice Court, Jurors, etc ............................. $1.50 Of ficlal bonds ............................................ 515.00 Printing and publishing .............................. 816.16 Surveyor ........................................................ Stock Inspector ............................................ 'Sealer Weights amd Meres ...................... 6.64 Truant Officer .............................................. Vital tatigtics .............................................. 5.00 Watermt ' ....: ........................................... 79.03 Cout House and Gound Janltor%s I, upkeep, fuel, stc ............... 1,569.74 Agricultural Acttvitie Agricultural Agent ...................................... 2,200.00 Predatory animal control ............................ 1,500.00 Weed control ................................................ 118.07 dal Weifawe 651.00 3,818.07 (7%).percentash; andnotmor D. ]L. ]JorY " " 1 , Att@mm00 at L.,v | um..d ! pit.to, | i Ol-km ud Watamak . ] Wa, Olel. Jew.. JJ I e.o. lm555m | '1 than two ad one-half (2%) per sent moisture, Ten ( I 0 ) cords of sixteen ( 16 inch slab wod. The County Court reserves the right to reject any or all bld Bids Will be opened at the Cmmty courthou in Condon, A umt 7, 1940. at 10:00 a. m. All bids must be in the hands of the Con- ty lerk prior to that hour. STEWART HARXE. 19-$0 Clerk. , n ,H, NoT-mr To cB00ii, Ova In the County Court of the State of Oregon, in and for Gilliam County IN THE MA'Ir]R OF THE F- TATE OF W. H. COLBY, DE- CEASED. Having been wppointed Admin- istratrix of the Estate of W. H. Colby, deceased, by the County Court of Gilliam 'County, Oregon, the navy is a- Aid for dependent children ........................ 309.45 [I hereby give notice to the Cred- are for I Old ae elstance ........................................ 1,250.50 liters of said Etate to present Parlors nets to protect I General assistance ........................................ 1,594.09 |their verified elating to me at the submarines. our] Health Nurse ................................................ 415.14 3,565.lS[offlce of J. D. Weed, Attorney at  ! [Law, at Condon, Oregon, withln THe onttePudgetriver. Sound,[They  _ . MGH SHOOL FUND $,18,912.14 [six months from the date of this BFUT 1O] ;500,000 each. | i ! otice. order for woolen I Arlington Hgh $c1ool . ............................. , ..... $4,570.49 Dated July 19, 1940. Maehinlpq.manent PerSWavm, .... $|.$6"U[]up 1] army has been pine- I Condon High School ......................................... 7,133.93 11,$99.43 HAZELAdminltratrlxCOLBY,of the Etate ]PJKe WaY ......... ,. $Oe plan several ira-| Road District No 1, including bridges, equip- W.H. CoLby, deceased. Main L -f . 111 " I III . -- lents in the Ore- i ment, labor ................................................ 11,561.61 11,561.61 Attorney for Admtnlstratrix.| I area and officers| " First Publication July 19, 1940. | Georgis's Beauty Shop survey, but| TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .................................... $42,168.17 Last Publication August 16, 1940. All Typm Beauty Work I I have not" OUEPANDING WARRANTS | Prmnents ...... $3 & up ,Plywood ex- invited to explain General fund ................................................... $,843,T6 ]PROPERTY | Finer Wav .............. 50e ! the advantage of H|gh S'chool fund ............................................. 1,593.63 In the County Oomt of the 8tarsi in the manu- General Road fund 2,069.00 of   GllUam Oounty Hotel Bldg. Telephone 188 IF end pursuit and demands have ubetantially Prodution of met- California, and 1030 flakswnt 649 flaks Unton f Soth to Australia. The munitions board alga strategic metal. ndustrial use It is with ex- and deton- respon- cent of the Oregcm to the ,bur- that a total ,for Pr cent over the for 1939. Called but not presented for payment ............................ $ 6,650.99 BONDKD INDEBTEDNESS Bonds issued Jan. 1, 1922, due Jan, 1, 1942, 5% int ..... $ 43,000.00 Bonds issued Jan. 1, 1933, due Jan. I, 1943, 5 % Int ..... 18,000.00 Bonds issued Aug.-l-, 94, due Aug. 1, 1949, 4 % Int... 67,000.00 TOTAL BOND INDEBTEDNESS ................................ $158,000.00 STATE OF ORtDGON, COUNTY O1 GILLIAM, ss. I, Stewart Hardie, County Clerk of Gilliam County and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County and State aforesaid, hereby certify that the foregoing is a full nd correct statement of moneys. received by me during the period beginntn January 1, 1940, and end- ing June 30, 1940, and is a corect tatement of the financial condition of the Gounty of Gilliam. Witness my hand and seal of the County Court of Gtlliam ounty, State of Oregon, this 10th day of July, 1940. STEWART HARDIE, [SEAL] County Clerk of Gilllam County. IN THE MATTER OF THE - TATE OF R. L. EROUSON, Deceased. Notice ts hereby givsn that the undignd sdministrator ot the above entitled aerate has been limmsed to sell at Private Sale for cuh in hand on day of sale, sub- Ject to the approvl of the bove entitled court, all the interest of the above named deceased, in and to the following described real ,proIrty, to-wlt: SWASW, Sec, 15; W%N, NW SE, E  NW, NWNW%, 8ec. 22; SW, W%NK, Sec. $4, Tp. IS. R. 20 E. W. M, in Gilliam County, Ore- gon. The undersigned administrator ,,, ,, , , ,, , _1, , _, ,,,, Miscellaneous II O. O. PORWOOD Abtract of Title, /! Insuranee---flre, life, accident. J| Bonds, surety, fidelity, eamaalty]] Condon Phone 81 ff MASTMR PAINTER !| Paper Haas--Interior Dee- II orating--Wall Paper 8tpPI I| First elus work, moderate [