The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, June 24, 1926, Image 2

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    THB HMOiMTOy HERALD, HBB1OWOT. OMBQOif.
directors of said district, have by suit, less the sumof 9100 stock sub­ In the whole northweet."
Sbramatati!« SrraU)
the scene of his activity, and It 1«
petition commenced a special pro- script Ion; and tor a further decree
Bean Explaiai Rights
' expected he will arrive In Eugene
ceedlng in the Circuit Court of the that the mortgage in plaintiff's
Published every Tbundsy at H«
H aw ley Bean of Echo, president ln the middle of September.
WE HAVE JUST FINISHED INSTALLING REFRIGERATION MA­
mist on, Umatilla County, Oregon by State of Oregon for Umatilla County complaint described, which said of the Westland Irrigation district,
Dr. Hall, Mr. Powers said, Is an
CHINERY AND OTHER EQUIPMENT WHICH INCREASE THE
Joeeph 8. Harvey, editor and man for the purpose of having a Judicial mortgage was recorded In the office told of the land that is available for unusual speaker. At the extension
examination and Judgment of the of the County Recorder of Umatilla settlement west of the river.
ager.
) division convention, he delivered the
CAPACITY OF OUR PLANT.
Court as to the regularity and legal. County, State of Oregon, on the 20th
"We have 10.760 acres of land, main address, which was delayed inl­
Entered an second clase matter Ity of the proceedings in connection day of July, 1922 In Book 76 of the and o u r distributing system Is til nearly 10 o'clock io the evening,
Deeember, 1906. at the poetofflce at with the election for the authorisa­ Mortgage Records of said County at built." said he. "The canals are ln j and ln spite of the time he held the
Hermiston, Umatilla County, Oregon. tion of a contract with the United page 260 thereof, be forecloeed and dirt, and the upkeep on them Is low-
in such close attention they forgot
States under the provisions of that the premises therein described Of this body of land, 5,400 is owned the hour. He has a keen sense of
Subscription Kates
th e
A rt
of
Congress
o f to-wit:
by individuals, 3,200 is owned by the'humor, and. while not declamatory)
One Tear -------------- ------------ i t 00 December 6. 1924, known as "the
The
North
Half
of
the
North­
Western
Irrigation district of which or oratorical, he has a concrete man-.
Six M onths........ ......................... >1.0# Pact Finders' Act" and as to the
2,800 acres can be irrigated Immedi­ ner of speech and a fluency that at
east Quarter of the Northwest
IF SO— WHY NOT START TODAY!
(Payable in Advance)
validity of said contract, and the
ately, 1,800 is owned by the North­
Quarter and the Southwest Quar­
Honorable Gilbert W. Phelps, Judge
ter of the Northeast Quarter of
ern Pacific, and 300 acres is public
of said Court, has entered an order
land."
the Northwest Quarter of Sec­
rrs ______
up to us
therein setting Tuesday, the 13th
tion Nine, all In Township Four,
The company's land is held at
On Sunday and Monday members
°f July, 1926 at the hour of 10
prices ranging from 840 to 850 per
North of Range Twenty-nine,
of the land settlement committee of 0 clock A. M. as the time and the
acre, including the paid up flood
East of the Willamette Merid­
the Portland Chamber of Commerce, f Ircult Court room In the Court
rights. Mr. Bean said.
ian, including a certain water
accompanied by representatives of House at Pendleton, Umatilla County,
right represented by 26.67 shares
"There is absolutely no reason
the Pendleton special committee and Oregon as the place tor hearing said
of the capital stock of the Fur­
why seetlers should not go on this
delegations from various communities Petition.
nish Ditch Company, excepting
land this fall with perfect assurance
in Morrow and Umatilla counties
This notice Is Issued pursuant to
right of way of United States Re­
that -McKay water will be available
made a tour over the irrigated dis- an order of the above entitled Court
dor delivery in the spring of 1927,
clamation Service Feed Canal
THE HOME CREAMERY PAYS TAXES AND HELPS TO BUILD
trlcts and some dry land suited to made and entered on the 7th day of
he declared.
over and across said premises,
diversified farming.
¡June, 1926, and said notice shall be
YOUR TOWN, YOUR SCHOOLS AND YOUR CHURCHES.
all situated in Umatilla County,
The water from McKay reservoir
The purpose of the tour on the served upon all parties In interest
will cost not to exceed 835 per acre
State of Oregon, be sold
part of the Portland group was to
publication thereof for at least and that ¿he proceeds from the sale foot under the contract signed with
Inspect the lands to determine once a week for thdee succtegrive thereof be applied to the payment of I fbe government, he explained, which
whether prospective settlers should weeks in the Hermiston Herald a plaintiff’s Judgment in the amounts will make the average cost of water
be sent here. Both Improved and newspaper of general circulation pub- aforesaid and for a further decree right about 875 per acre, payable
raw landg were seen, and the mem- llBhed |n Hermiston, Umatilla County, forever barring and foreclosing all over a period of forty years.
bers of the committee expressed Oregon and the first publication of the defendants ln the above en­
The spirit of co-operation shown
themselves as being heartily pleased thereof shall be made In the Issue of titled suit of any and all right, title by farmers on the Umatilla pro­
with what they found. They pledg- aald newspaper dated June 10th, 1926 claim or interest ln and to the ject was cited by F. P. Phlppe as one
ed their active co-operation toward and the last publication thereof premises In said mortgage and.here- of the factors that should prove a
securing settlers for the new lands, shall be made In the Issue of said I lhabove described; and for such big incentive to prospective settlers.
that will come under water by newspaper dated July 1st, 1926.
¡other relief that equity in the mat­ The farm burean has a membership
reason of the building of McKay
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this ter may require.
of 300. he said. Its assets now are
dam.
7th day of June, 1926.
This summons is published pursu­ slightly more than 89,000, and the
The members of the committee made
R. T. BROWN,
ant to the order of the Honorable Gil­ monthly business runs around 810-
it plain, however, exceedingly plain, Clerk of the Circuit Court of the bert W. Phelps, Judge of the above 000.
State of Oregon for Umatilla entitled Court, duly made and enter­
that they are not selling laud. They
Good roads have already been es­
County.
are taking care of publicity, send­
40-4tc ed on the 10th day of May, 1926 tablished, churches are available and
ing information to land eeekere, as-
-
directing that publication herein be splendid schools under able leadership
certalnlng as far as possible the fit- jjj
CIRCUIT COURT OP TUT. made once a week for a period of six take care of the educational needs
day by day. That Is because wo
weeks consecutively In the Hermis­ of families, he said.
ness of the prospective settlers to bej
STATE OP OREGON FOR
useful, contented citizens of Ore-'
....____
please our customers with the
ton Herald and the first publication
gon. The real closing of the deal
UMATILLA COUNT.
kind of vulcanizing work we do.
herein is made pursuant to said order PIONEER RESIDENT OF
Is left up to the various communities The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, on the 13th day of May, 1926.
Our up-to-date vulcanizing machines
ECHO DIES AT PENDLETON
to which prospective settlers are! a corporation. Plaintiff
together with good matrlals and
J B. RYAN.
sent.
Funeral services were conducted
Postoffice address, Spokane, Wash­
workmanship turns out a first class
That being the cane, Hermiston Ernest Stricker, a bachelor; Stanfield
Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock in
job.
ington.
National Farm Loan Association, a RALEY, RALEY & STEIWER AND Pendleton for Mrs. Mary E. Pearson
has some work to do. Locally, we
corporation, and Inland Irrigation
face the necessity of taking off our
H. J. WARNER, Poetofflce ad­ of Echo who died suddenly at the
PACIFIC TIRE COMPANY
Company Inc., a corporation, De­
home of relatives In Pendleton
coats, rolling up our sleeves and
dress, Pendleton, Oregon.
try
:
east
invites
you
getting ready to serve strangers/ fendants.
2C6Va E. Alta St.
Pendleton, Oie
(36-7tc)
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Saturday.
Basing our expectations on the re- SUMMONS
Mrs. Pearson was born February and t h e U n io n P a c ific m a k e s your
u rn ey econom ical b y low round-trip
9, 1859, In Polk county, Iowa. She jo
suits secured on other Oregon pro-1 Equity No. 4 206.
excursion fares to all im p o rtan t points
PORTLAND PLEDGES AID
Jecta, we have a right to expect new I To Krnest Stricker,
had
resided
in
Umatilla
county
since
in
th e E a s t, M iddle W est a n d South.
the abovo
1882. She was a sister of Mrs. Jake I.» Z R A I . 8 T 0 P O V I R PKIVILKCKS
settlers. 1 hey will want to eee named defendant,
(Continued from Page One)
land, to study the results now being'
Pearson of Butter creek and of Mr. enable you to v i s i t th e b ig e a s te r n
In the Name of the State of Ore­
cities or A m e ric a 's greatest wonder­
Hiatt, of Vancouver, Washington.
secured by other farmers already es­
gon- You are hereby required to of 50 or 260 years the original |3 0
Rev. Henry Young of Hermiston lands
tablished, to learn all they can about
appear and answer the complaint in investment would have increased to
Z ion N ation al P ark
this country.
conducted the funeral services.
ABRAM METHOD
| the above entltlod suit within six such an extent that it would pay off
Y ello w sto n e N a tisn a l P ark
They are entitled to know the
OF
BLOOD
TESTING
AND TREATMENT
weeks from the first publication of the construction charges, and the
Roekjr M uuntain N ation al P ark
truth. They will not need to be
NEW UNIVERSITY HEAD IS
ail reach •! via th e scenic and historic
this summons and you will take not­ original 230 would still be intact.
duped by extravagant statements
ANXIOUS TO GET TO OREGON Union Pacific. D e L u x etrain s. Superior
ice that If you fall to appear and
"Bearing in ntlnd the easiness of
that eannet be supported In fact.
service. De scriptive booklet on request.
Lui
."T 'I answer or plead within that time the terms of payment and the fa ct)
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that the plaintiff for want thereof that the slate will be wiped clean i Arnold Bennett Hall, President-Elect
served by giving them the point of
PENDLETON, OREGON
will apply to the above entitled when the district talqes over the )
Of Oregon to be in State
view of those few who have failed
Court for the relief prayed for ln Its operation of the project next Decern-
This Fall,
and have clothed themselves In the
——
complaint herein towlt: For Judg­ her 31, we think we have one of the !
dark clothes of pessimism.
ment and decree against the defend­ best projects in the whole United
University
of
Oregon, Eugene, June
Hermiston Is under the gun
V A C A T I O N ROUTE
ant Ernest Stricker, a bachelor, and States."
) 24— Intensely interested in the unlv- FOB INFOUSiATlOM A N » RKSXMVA-
Pendleton has evinced a disposition
Stanfield National Farm Loan Asso­
TION
CAW, d'-t OR W RJTK
F. A. Baker Speaks
' ersity of Oregon and the state. Arnold
to help and may be depended on to
ciation, a corporation and against
F . C. W o tig h te r,
The
Stanfield
district
has
a
flood
j
Bennett
Hall,
president-elect,
is
an-
help. Bo may Portland. But Her­
each of them for the *um of 865.00 water right with, storage provided i tlclpatlng his work at the university
A g e n t,
Call in and let ui tell you in person what we can do for yon
miston has the final opportunity In
with Interest thereon at the rate of by the Furnish reservoir, F. A. i with great pleasure, according to
Hermiston.
at
this Beauty Shop. A satisfied customer is our best advertise­
thia matter, and It's up to Hermiston
eight per cent per annum from the Baker, secretary of the district said. Alfred Powers, dean of the extension
Oregon.
ment. Come and see for yourself.
to do the work necessary to be done
All the latest methods are used at this Beauty Shop and all
to secure the new settlers t0 man 10th day of January, 1926 and the In addition, a contract has been sign- i division, who has Just returned from
further sum of 81923.96 with In­ ed with the government for 15,000 Salt Lake, where Dr. Hall addressed
work is done under sanitary conditions.
our new acres.
terest thereon at the rate of 6 1-2 acre feet of McKay water.
the National Extension Division
SLOAN BONNET AND BEAUTY PARLORS
per cent per annum since the 10th
"Government surveys show that re- association convention,
WHAT ABOUT OUR CHURCHES! day of January, 1926 and for any sum
Marcelling, Facial and Scalp Treatments are Our Specialties
construction work having a cost of) Wholly without pose or artificlal-
Smart and Exclusive M’llinery at Most Reasonable Prices.
or slims paid by plaintiff for de­ about 8200,000 must be done to se- ity, Dr. Hall is as genuine a man as
IS OUR SPECIALTY
The west has so many opportuni­
645 Main St., Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone: 380
linquent taxes due and owing on the cure the most economical use of this It is possible to meet, declared Mr.
ties offering material rewards for
HOME MADE PASTRY
land hereinafter described, together additional water,” Mr. Baker said.) Powers. He is cordial, friendly and
those people who are ambitious and
WE SERVE 40c LUNCH FROM
willing to pay the price demanded with Interest thereon at the rate of "We expect the government to put up greatly anxious to begin his new
11:30 TILL 3:00 P. M.
|
eight
per
cent
per
annum
from
the
the
money
for
this
work
and
hope
to
work
in
Oregon.
He
has
formed
an
of those who would secure a mater- . . . .
,
. .
WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR LINE OF
Fried Chicken, home style, 50c
ial reward that we have s o m e t i m e . ° f 8Uch
,for the have it within the near future. When alluring picture of Eugene, the cam-
been accused of forgetting In sornel "r,her
” ;50
'nterest we get this money for improvements pus and Portland, and Is prepared
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
Measure the spiritual side of life. thereon at the rat« of eight per to our system and thus assure our to devote his unbounded energy to
Open 5:30 to 9:30.
cent
per
annum
from
the
31st
day
of
lands
of
adequate
water
supplies,
our
the cause of higher education ln this
Usually such chiding, while it may
March,
1928
and
for
the
further
sum
excellent
soil
and
the
fine
climate
Right now when you are planning that vacation trip is an excell­
state.
have a foundation In fact, is not
of 2150 attorneys fees and for plain­ will make a combination that will
ent time for yon tô fill your camping needs at a big saving in cost.
With his Interests focused on Ore.
wholly true.
Sometimes It Is said that Hermis­ tiff’s costs and disbursements In this give us one of the finest projects gon. Dr. Hall Is anxious to reach
— AT HALF PRICE—
ton churches are not adequately sup­
ported to do the work they have to
do. is that tm ef It should not be
This is the time of year when a t awning aids materially in keeping
the case. It Is a problem worthy of
out sunshine and heat. We solicit the opportunity to figure with yon
being pondered In all seriousness by
as to your needs in the awning line.
the membership of churches and by
others who have no church relation­
ships. Home and rellgloun Influences
are closely related, and we can't have
the greatest sucress unless homes are
bullded correctly. The church has
a vital place In home and commun­
ity development, and neither homes)
nor community can ba tholr beet un­
less the religious side of life Is
given adequate consideration.
Are You a Dairyman and Not Pat­
ronizing the Hermiston Creamery?
Why ship your cream to some
Central Plant or Trust
Help the Man that Helps You
VULCANIZING
C A N C E R SP E C IA L IST
Dr. B. B. Brundage
PACIFIC
When In Pendleton—
Home Cooking
C A M P IN G G O O D S
REX CAFE
Camp Cots
Bargains
Borden Scout
Percale
If A. E. Porter of Boardmau Is as:
efficient at raising chickens as he
proved himself to be at having other)
people fry and assemble them Sun-)|
day for the big picnic dinner, he Is
the logical man to promote poultry
piodurtlon on the Greater Umatllln
project.
There are 5.000 turkeys being pro- |
duced in the Hermiston district this'
year And Thanksgiving |s five
months away’
The Portland laud settlement com-,
mltlee came, looked, tasted. listened
and talked and was convinced. By
the same token there are a lot of
other people who will do the »in s
thing It we Juat awaken to the fact
that we have land here and a farm­
ing program that ar« Just what many)
people are seeking. But to get re­
sults WE must do some hustling.
THEY can't do It all.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given and direct-)
ed to all freeholders, legal voters
and assessment payers within the
West Extension Irrigation District in
Umatilla and Morrow Countlee. Ore­
gon and to all persons Interested In
•aid district that A. K McFarland.
C. K. Glasgow and Leslie Packard,
I
Breier’s
READ AND SAVE
Dark Wool Blankets
Mosquito Tents
Harvest Bed Comforts
Men’s White
32 inTissue Gingham
Flannel Trousers
As well as striped cream worsted:
40 in Colored Voiles
values elsewhere would be 29.00,
but here
Fancy Turkish Towels
$4.95 Fancy Turkish Toweling
Arrow Brand
Japanese Crepe
Starched Collars
Women’s Kahki Coveralls -
Our entire line of Starched Collar*,
all style, and sixes You need a
Women’s Slipover Blazers
collar a day now. Priced 8 for
25c Women’s Crepe Gowns
Women’s House
Dresses
A printed Cotton Fabric ol
make. Fine for shirts, etc.
Sixes 48 to 12. Made becomingly
of Good Gingham— for selling eam-
Wlga
$3.85
.98
$1.98
.35
.59
.35
.23
.23
$2.69
$2.95
.98
C. J.BreierCo.
$1.95 PENDLETON
-
OREGON
Certainteed Oil
Cloth - - 29c
Boys’ White
Pajamas - 69c
Men’s Bathing
Suits -
$2.25
Men’s Straw
Hats - - $1.00
Men’s-Boy’s Har­
vest Shoes $1.65
Men’s Leather
Puttees - $3.45
Men’s Sport
Shirts - $1.00
Boy’s Sport
Shirts - - 95c
Women’s
Smocks - $1.85
Camp Tables
W. I. GADWA, Pendleton, Ore.
WEST END FARMERS
Have learned that The Herald prints the
best butter wrappers. We have the large
size, 9 by 12 inches. Our prices a r e -
100
200
300
500
for
for
for
for
$1.25
$2.00
$2.60
$3.75
Maugr are buying them in the larger quan-
ti£a% but we are here to serve you all. If
you want only a few we have them with­
out the name. These we sell as follows—
12 for 10 cents
30 for 25 cents
62 for 50 cents
100 for 80 cents
“The Home of Good Printing”
THE HERMISTON HERALD