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Hells Canyon Journal, May 7, 1986 Page 11 [-CALL: ' 742-7900 or 742-7911 III I I Ill ~" RATE: for three lines (25' leach additional line) if the ad ]is paid for in advance., If billing is necessary (the ]30th of each month) the cost [will be $1.50 for three lines |(25' each additional line). / PUBLIC NOTICE FOR SAL,E PER,;ONALS FOR SAL E HEAVY DUTY 18' trailer truck axle w/duals. Three poin 8-ft. disc, 893-6621. T/F NEW SPINNING reel, $5. Great for a beginner. Call 74.2-7911 or 742-6535. T/F 1977 SUBARU station wagon, 4 x 4, under 80,000 miles. 785-3390 or 742-7900. T/F 3 BR HOUSE, 2 baths, guest house, 1 acre m/I, fruit trees, Pine Creek Hwy 86 frontage, by owner, $55,000. 785-3389. T/F FIFTH WHEELER Elkhart traveJ r camper trailer, air con- ditioner, good cond., 30', $4,950. 893-6651. 5/7 420 HESSTON self-propelledPEACOCKS $25 pair, swather, 12-foot header, Brownie Parker, 785-3389. $3,500. 742-7755. T/F T/F SERV CES FOR RENT 18' GREGOR boat with one 6 MULTI-FAMILY yard sale, HP and one 35 HP motor onRichland, 2 blocks off Main, tilt trailer, $3,600; one 85CC down from the Grange. Follow Suzuki motorcycle, $400, all in exc. cond. 785-3394. 5/~, HERMISTON asparagus - Gus and Jean will again bring in a load of asparagus approx. May 1 9. Place orders now, 742-2523 or 785-3305. 5/14 signs Fri., Sat., Sun., May 10, 11, 12, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 5/7 19" TV, black & white, $50. Call 785-3378 or 785-3372. T/F OLD ORGAN or piano stool for museum. Call 742-2441 T/F WANTED NICE A frame house, will con- PROPANE KITCHEN cook SELF PROPELLED lawn mower, $60; rototiller, good cond., $125; 1 tow truck, make offer, Misc. galore: 742-2494 anytime. 5/7 I I III Y~mg, Tea4e, Gnda Fed LOCKER BEEF $1 OS lb.cut aml ~wml~a Camtom Stcag/tte*~;~f At~//abb~ Rildand Packing Co. Pdchland, Ore. 89&61~ I I i SONSHINE Carpet Cleaning. $10 per room, $35 per house -- Travel fee to Richland or Halfway, $10. Call 523-9037. 5/t4 JIM YOUNG'S Small Engine Repair Get Lawnmower or Tiller Spring Tune-Up $17.50 Plus Parts sider renting, 4 miles West of stove, good cord., $100. " Your4.ocal Echo Chainsaw Dealer Halfway, 3 BR, 1 bath, kit- 893-6576. 5/7 ~ Halfway, Ore'. 742-5131 chen w/appliances, dining area, LR rec. room, office and LARGE 14-drawer dresser, utility. 523-6157. T/F $75; child's dresser w/closet CARPENTER: Cabinetry, $35. 742-2511. 5/7 home renovations, roofing, 20 BLACK ANGUS, 2 yearling bulls and two yearling heifers. Harry Russell. 742-5253 5/7 50 GAL. rear's pak tank (3-pt. mt.) w/50' hose and 8' spray bar. $350. Call 742-4823. 5/14 LOST/FOUNE 7 YEARLING steers, 742-6090. 5/14 HORSES, $100 and up. 8' pull type disk, $150; 9' pull type disk, $200; like new 6', 3 point hitch disk, $350, CC cultivator, $1 50. 742-2703. 5/7 WOMAN'S 10-SPEED bicy- cle, like new, $85. 785-3372 or 785-3378. T/F AUXILIARY gas tank, 28 gal., MULTI-FAMILY yard sale, 50" x 13" x 10". Sears Sat., May 10, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. garden shredder. 742-5385. at Halfway Bowl, rain or shine. 5/7 5/7 USED GALVANIZED tin. Ap- BEST SELECTION of used balers. All makes, models and prox. 800 sq. ft. Good Cond. 785-3352. T/F prices. These balers must sell! Financing and interest waivers BABY CALVES, Angus cross available to qualified buyers, and Holstein, well started, 1-3 Call Hollingsworth, Inc. collect months old, Mader yrs. experience. Free estimates, Call Vonn 785-3439.4/30 ELECTROLUX-- Sales, Ser- vice and Supplies. All makes serviced. Connie Carnagey, Richland, Ore. T/F TREE TOPPING trimming and removing. Dangerous trees, a specialty. Brownie Parker, 785-3389. T/F FREE 3 month old Cocker Spaniel mix, blond, small. Will give 40 Ibs. dog food or $15 cash. Call 742-6988 after 8 p.m. 5/7 PERSONALS CAN'T THINK of what to get RALPH-- Come home soon, the River Rats miss you. 5/7 INGA - hope you will enjoy your Hells Canyon Journal renewal, Olive. 5/7 HERB & JOANNE - Hope you will enjoy another year's subscription t6 the Hells Ca- ... nyon Journal, Virgene and Everett. 5/7 The Baker County Court will hold a public hearing Tues- day, May 13, 1986 in the County Court Chambers at 7:30 p.m. to take public testimony on and possibly to make deciskms concerning revisions to the County's Comprehensive Plan and Zon- ing Ordinance pursuant to ac- tion by the Land Conserva- tion and Development Com- mission at its April 24, 1986 hearing on Baker County's re- quest for acknowledgment. Larry L. Smith County Judge TWO LARGE 2 bedroom houses w/nice yards and plowed gardens, $140 and $1 7 5. Tom Omann. 742-2651 T/F !IRRIGATED pasture, 5 to 150 ,acres, pay annual in advance. 742-6116. T/F SMALL CEMENT mixer 742-7930 or leave word at H.C. Journal office. 5/21 GENTLE KIDS' horse, call 785-3439. 5/14 LOST: 50 lb. box of 20d nails in North end of Pine Valley April 29. 742-7155, 742-4542. 5/7 SECOND NOTICE OF SCHOOL BUDGET MEETING Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the governing body of Pine Eagle School District No. 61, County of Baker, State of Oregon, will be held at Pine Eagle High School on the 19 day of May, 1986 at 8 p.m. o'clock for the pur- pose of discussing with in- terested persons the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1986 and ending June 30, 1987. The first Notice of Budget Hearing and the Finan- cial Summary were published in Record Courier on May 1, 1986. A copy of the budget document may be Inspected or obtained at the School District Office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Michael J. Keown, Supt. Bill Gover, Chairman 5/7 Continued from Page 9 garage. Madeline Engstrom has returned from California Representative for the 59th District and many local peo- ple all vying for various of- flees. The group from 1-503-889-7254. 5/7 742-4887. T/F your mother for Mother's Day? where she was caring b)r her Halfway enjoyed a dinner at Remember the Hells Canyonmother. Fong's Restaurant before the Journal and place an ad to Don and Lucille Wolfe, meeting. Alloy P s w sh her a happy day! Ralph and Eleanor Smead Mae Jackson has returned Outlast Hard Faced Points 10 to 20 tames longer! GOVERS & DALTONS -hope and Flo and Grant Dixon at- to her home in Halfway after you enjoy your HeIls Oanyon tondedthec didatos'forum spending the winter in Joumal renewal. Dad & Mom, in Baker, April 30. Many local Modesto, Calif. and State candidates were / l 517 present, included were a can- Cissi Simpson was in On- e, we~w Plateo ~r didato for U.S. Senate, five tario last week. Lucas, BAKER WELDING, b //d DALE, took up collection for candidates for U.S. Represen- Laramie and Claire spent the 3185 Eleventh St., Baker I , e re,to your subscription renewal, tative, two candidates for time with their grandmother, 52 5324 plow shears Came up $7.83 short. Foot Oregon State Governor, two Loretta Steele, while their ........................................................................... thelNII.or.foroet it, 617 .......... and'idatb'S ' ' for State mother wu gram,- .