The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, March 10, 1927, Image 3

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THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
L O D G I DIRECTORY
S tric tly Business
OREGON FOR UMATLLA
A celebrated Welsh basso profunda
Portland.
COUNTY
QUBBN ESTHER CHAPTBB N«.
Wheat—Big Bend bluestem. $1.36; after year* of fame, returned to his
In the Matter of the Eetate
101, O. B. S.. meets second aa$
hard white, • $1.34; federation, soft native village la the wilds of Cardl
of
•
ganahlre. A charity concert was ar­
fourth Tuesday evenings of each
white
western
white,
$1.33;
hard
win
Francis M. McCllntlc, Deceased.
ranged, and the world-famous virtuoso
month in Masonic Hall, Visiting
ter, 11.31; northern spring, $1.34;
CITATION.
was billed to sing "The Village Black
members welcome.
To Etta Shannahan and Nettie western red, $1.29,
smith.” Just before the concert a lo
Maud M. Kellogg, W. 14.
Hay—Alfalfa,
$18.50019
ton;
vallej
Emerson, being heirs at law of Fran­
cal supporter came around to the ar­
Kathryn
L.
Garner,
Secretary.
timothy, $180 18.50; eastern Oregon tist's dressing room.
cis M. McCllntlc, deceased:
timothy,
$21021.50.
The
vlsltyv
approached
the
artlat
Your
needs
in
everything
In the Name of the State of Ore­
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 206. I. O. O.
Butterfat—50c.
and said; "I understand that you are
gon:
th a t is necessary to com- ‘ F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
going te sing a song, The Village
Eggs—Ranch, 19021c.
You, and each of you, are hereby
Fellows’ hall. Visiting meipbera cor­
Cheese—Tillamook, triplets, 28%c; Blacksmith? Well, I’m telling you
plete your golf outfit.
cited and commanded to appear be­
dially invited.
now that I am the village blacksmith
loaf, 29^4c per lb.
fore the Hon. I. M. Schannep, Judge
and I want to say that If by any
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Cattle—Good, $8.7509.15.
That a big * ak tree starts from the germ of life in a tiny acorn.
of the above entitled court, at his
chawnce you get an encore, will you
Childs Barham, N. O.
Hogs—Medium
to
choice,
$100
12.75.
shove In sd extra verse to say that I
office in the court house in Pendle­
Sheep—Lambs, medium to choice also let out bikes on ’Ire at sixpence
It is just as true that a comfortable competence, may be a for­
ton, Umatilla County. Oregon, on
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
$11.00013.50.
an hour?’’—’Taffy Tales From Welsh
tune, g t s its start from a dollar saved.
the 23rd day oí March, 1927, at the
Seattle.
Wales.’’
hour of ten o’clock A. M. of said day,
Realize the importance of putting away that dollar, then add
Wheat—Soft white, western white,
Dr. F. V. PRIME
then and there to show cause, if any
to it systematically.
DENTISTRY
Good R ead in g
exists, why an order of the above $1.36^; hard winter, $1.33H; western
red, $1.31%; northern spring, $1.35;
Dental X-Ray and Diagnosis
Good literature has a charm In­
entitled court should not be made
Take a dollar and one of our new Liberty Bell Savings Banks
Big Bend bluestem. $1.36; Big Bend comparable, but It has also a power
Hermiston, Oregon
permitting and directing H. J. War­
and start building your competence. Many of the new banks have
dark northern spring, $1.37%; Big Immeasurable in the forming or trans­
Bank Bldg.
Phone Connection*
ner as administrator of the estate
been taken by customers during the past two weeks.
Bend dark hard winter, $1.37.
forming of a nation as of an Individual
of the estate of Francis M. McClln­
Hay—Alfalfa, $25; timothy p. s
character. The people that have the,
Yours is waiting for you.
tlc, deceased, to sell at private sale $22.
W. J. W ARNER
cleanest, healthiest literature will be-
In one parcel, for cash in hand, for
come the cleanest and healthiest peo
Butter—Creamery, 50c.
Attorney-at-Law
the purpose of paying the funeral
pie. A good thought wisely expressed
Eggs—Ranch, 28@30c.
chargee, expenses of administration
and
thoughtfully
applied
Is
priceless
Hermiston
i : :
Oregea
Hogs—Good, $12.30 012.50.
and the claims against the said es­
of Hermiston
for Its endurance. Throw It on the
Cattle—Steers, good. $8.50 0 9.00.
tate,
all
or
such
part
of
the
herein­
winds
and
it
will
find
Its
bourne;
sink
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits O ver $50,000
Cheese — Cream brlckB, 26 0 26c- It In the deepest water and It will ♦
h s. M c K enzie , m . d -
after described real estate belonging
F B. Swayza, Pres.
R. Alexader, Vice-Prea.
triplets,
26c; loaf, 26c.
♦
IF IT’S
♦
reach
Its
haven,
for
the
nobles!
to
said
estate,
as
it
may
be
necessary
A. H. Norton. Cashier W. L. Hamm, Asst. Cashier
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Spokane.
thoughts are the breath of Almighti
to sell for such purposes, the said real
Hogs—Good,
$12
40012.50.
ness,
and
remain
impertshahle
to
the
Office:
1-2-3 Inland Empire Bid*.
property being described as follows,
Cattle—Steers, good, $8 0 8.50.
end of time and beyond.—Exchunge.
Pendleion, Oregon
1 to-wlt:
♦
YOU WANT
*
Parcel 1.
The C ru cible
The Southwest Quarter of the Land Laws Big Issue With Mexico.
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
CALL 25-J
♦
The passing over from one year to ♦
Southeast Quarter of the North­
Washington, D. C.—The major ques­
White Leghorns at $15 per 106,
Physician and Surgeon
the
next
offers
opportunity
for
stock
J COUNTRY HAULS S0LICITE1 *
east Quarter of Section 4, Tp. 4 tion of dispute between the United
! or $135 per 1,000.
taking or Inventory-making in life.
Office Phone 733.
Res. Phona 71«
North Range 28, E. W. M.
States and Mexico is alleged confisca­
What Interest In service hns my life
tion of American property under the
Barred Rocks from the Henry Parcel 2.
yielded? Life hns been considered by
West Half of the Southwest Quar­ alien land laws, President Coolidge's some one as doing business under the
Sommerer flock at $17 per 100, or
FOB SALE
TRANSFER AND DRAY
«
ter of the Northwest Quarter of spokesman stated. If an adjustment firm name of ‘‘Soul & Company." Sou! ♦
$155 per 1,000. Orders for 500 or
Section 3, Tp. 4 North Range 28, can be reached on that question, the Is the senior partner. Body is the
.ave nine head of heavy work larger takes 1,000 rates.
E. W. M., also known as Far m Unit other Issues, incidental and collateral, associate. January first Is the rime to
j in x , for sale. H. P. & S. Co.27-2c
I Hatching dates Feb. 22, Mar. 1,
G consisting of 20 acres.
will adjust themselves, in the presi­ set down tJie Income and the outgo of
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Oft ¿¡ALE— Standard make piano in 8, 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26,
You are further notified that this dent’s opinion. The White House the character, to consider how life's -
icinity will be sacrificed. Must May 3. 10, 17, 24, 31.
to determine
citation is served upon you by pub­ statement followed the hurried depar­ business prospers;
uh at once. $10 monthly. Write
lication, pursuant to order of the ture for Mexico City of Mexican Am­ whether "Soul & Company" are rich
May Chix 20 per cent reduction
In the coin of heaven or are facing
Hallman Piano Store, Salem, Ore-
Hon. I. M, Schannep, Judge of the bassador Tellez, and apparently re­
to n '1
27-3tc (Deposit of 20 per cent on all orders) above entitled court, duly made and liable reports state that this govern­ moral Insolvency.—Clieestuun A, Her
rlvk.
entered on the 8tli day of February, ment has objected to alleged Mexican
^ale— Fresh Jersey cow 3 yrs.
1927, directing that
publication propaganda activities in this country.
Cigars, Tobacco
I Davis. 27-2p.
P a rty -L in e In c id en t
Beginning Feb. 1, we w ill do thereof be made once each week for
"Whenever my sister called up my
Barber Shop
O. A. C. Will Levy Tuition.
OR CALE— Two doz. Barred Rock
custom hatching at one cent per a period of four weeks, in the Her­
mother, as she did every morning at a
miston
Herald,
and
that
the
first
Corvallis—
Beginning
next
fall,
tui­
etr. O. A. C. strain, $1 each,
egg per week.
certain hour, the people downstairs
. vxO per doz. Wm. Taylor, Route
Seventy-five per cent hatch publication hereof is made pursuant tion will be charged to students at­ listened In. That led to installing a
to such order on the 17th day of tending Oregon Agricultural college, private line," writes M. G. “A short
2.
27-tfc.
guaranteed after four day test.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
the board of regents, in session here time afterward a member of the fam­
Bookings now being made. First February,, 1927.
i ’or sale— Two single beds, dresses,
By order of the Hon. I. M. decided, the money raised to form a ily met one of the eavesdroppers. She
come, first served.
Specializing in Acute and Chronio
English breakfast table. Mrs. B.
Schannep, Judge of the above entitled building fund. Each student will be said, ’You’re not on our purty line
WHITE POULTRY FARM court, made and entered on the 8th charged $12 a term. The financial any more, are you?’ The answer was,
XIaneline. 27-tfc.
Disease.
day of February, 1927.
condition of the state, which prevent­ •No? Tm soi /,’ said the eavesdrop­
Gerald A. White
FOR SALE— Automobile, chickens,
In testimony whereof, I, R. T. ed acquisition of needed funds through per, ’because we don't get the latest
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffioe
Hermiston, Oregon
furniture, reasonable.
M. Duty
Brown, Clerk of the County Court, the recent legislature, left the college news any more?” . . . That so«
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
of
evened
It
up.—Capper's
Weekly
25-3tp
aforesaid, do hereunto set my hand without money for essential buildings.
IS OUR SPECIALTY
Office
Phone 303
Res. Phone 312
EXCHANGES WANTED
and affix the seal of the said court,
HOME MADE PASTRY
PIANO for sale vicinity of Hermis­
C
eleb
ratio
n
Passed
U
p
this 8th day of February, 1927.
Rail Engineers Seek Pay Increasa.
ton. One of America's finest pianos
HERMISTON, OREGON
130 acres near Lewiston, 70 Im­
WE SERVE 40c LUNCH FROM
Fourth of July In Vicksburg, Miss.,
R. T. BROWN,
Cleveland, Ohio. — Managements of
to be sold at large price reduction. proved, buildings,
no mortgage.
11:30 TILL 3:00 P. M.
Clerk of the County Court. all railroads in North America north Is much the same as any other day.
Cash or terms $10 monthly. If $8,000. Want place here.
24-6tc
Fried Chicken, home style, 50o
of the Mason and Dixon line received It Is the only city In the United
Interested In seeing this bargain
States which does not celebrate the
300 acres Whitebird, Idaho, clear
requests for a 15 per cent wage in­ Fourth, as It was on that day that the
write C. F. Hendrick, piano brok­ of debt, 70 acres in cultivation.
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
crease for railroad engineers. About city fell to the Union troops during
er and adjuster, 66 Front St., Port­ $7,000. Want place here.
Open 8 :30 to 9 :30.
90,000 engineers are affected.
the Civil war.--Detroit News.
land, Oregon. 25 4tc.
15 50 acres near Asotin, 160 cul­ Herald Want Ads Bring Yon Results
a
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— READ THE WANT ADS—
.<
206 East Court St.
g
tivated, balance good grazing; clear.
FOR SALE— Jersey cow, three years $10 per acre.
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3
ANY AND
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old, fresh. Write W. P. Trumbull,
Two good farms In Gallatin Val­
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Stanfield, Oregon.
24-tfc ley, Mont., for lower altitude. 280
F em in in e Philosophy
FOR SALE — Registered Duroc-Jer- acres, some irrigated, free water,
It Is Mmme. de Stael who loves to
sey September pigs. Write B. Ul­ Baker county; apartment house In
quote that Inimitable definition of
rich, Pendleton, Ore.
24-tfc small city; 320 acre wheat ranch
Schelllng, "architecture Is frozen mil a
near Weiser, Idaho. Other trades.
FOR YOU
£
sic.” it Is she, the most famous worn
Everready B batteries. $1 allowed
■
a
an of her century, who finds that “for
for your old battery. Paul Miller. E. F. DODD, HERMISTON, OREGON
4
Phone
139
Pendleton,
Ore.
■
women glory is only a brilliant mourn
23-tfc
Ing worn for happiness,” and that ' i i s i i i i i i s s i i i i i m
“’everything which does not touch
FOR SALE OR TRADE— 138 acre
one’s heart leaves one's life free."
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
dairy ranch mile west of Alsea.
On a profounder subject she says:
State highway, mall route. School
“The mystery of existence Is the con
(Furnished
by
Farm
Bureau
Co-oper­
bus. Want small irrigated place.
nectlon between our sins and our sor
ative of Hermiston. Unices other­
E. M. Goodlln, Alsea, Oregon. 21-7p
rows. I have never done a wrong
wise specified, prices are per hundred
which has not been the cause of a mis­
weight.)
FOR SALE— No. 1 fresh eowa. B.
fortune;" and, 'One must take care.
Hammer.
87-tfo Scratch, 1 0 0 s ..................................$2.26
If one can, that the decline of this
Bran, 60s .............................................. 90
life be the youth of the next. To for
We Haul
FOR SALE— Leather bed davenport, Egg M ash........................................ 2.30
get self without ceasing to be Inter
ested In others gives the soul some
also Clark Jewell oil stove. Mrs. Ground O ats.................................... 2.20
ANYTHING
thing of the divine?’—From "The
J. F. Bilderback.
26-tfc Ground Barley ............................. 1.75
ANYWHERE
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Women of the Salons?’ by 8. G. Tai
Wheat ............................................... 2.20
ANYTIME
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — 22 Corn - , ....................................
lantyre.
1.90
acres Irrigated fruit and berry land Cracked Corn ................................. 2.05
TELEPHONE 31
in White Salmon Valley, Washing­ Ground Corn ................................. 2.00
W er Version
ton, situated 6 miles from Columbia Mill Run 80s ................................. 1.20
A child, who Is In the first grad«-
river, railroad and highway con­ Cow Feed ........................................ 2.10
nt school, returned home one evening
nections to Portland, in small town Ground Wheat ............................... 2.30
and, at the dinner tnble, repeated n
on main highway. Good house, Shorts, 80s ............
riddle that she had henrd at srhoo'
1.28
electric lights, and good buildings. Rolled Barley .............................. 1.23
that day.
“If a man were locked up In r
About 900 bearing trees, 6 acres Calf meal, per pound................. 3 He
house for two weeks, and (here wn?
suitable for strawberries, 4 acres Middlings ........................................ 1.70
no food In the house, what would he
pasture, lots of firewood on place. Oyster shell ......................................... $0
PAINTS, WALLPAPER,
eat?” After a feW minutes of unsue
Write C. R. Smith, Pendleton, Ore. Whole O ats...................................... 2.10
cessful
attempts
to
rfbess
the
answer
PICTURE MOULDINGS
26-3tp Salt, half ground 50s....................... 45
the members of the family “gave up’
AND GLASS
and requested the solution.
FOR SALE— Rhode Island Red cock­ IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
"Why, he would eat the raisins or
CONTRACTING
erels, pullets and hatching eggs.
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
the calendar and drink the milk from
Rita Dyer.
26-2tp
the bed," replied the child. The an
COUNTY OF UMATILLA
513 Main St.
Phone 158
swer had been: “The dntes on tin
•
FOR RENT— My 40 acres west of In the Matter of the Eetate
calendar and water from the spring;
of
Hermiston 4 miles. Will sell at
Pendleton, Oregon,
In the bed"
Leo
Jin.
Deceased.
private sale wagon, hay rack,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
mower, rake, set double harness,
Notice Is hereby given that the
T ak en a t H is W o rd
and other things too numerous to
One day while riding on n crowded
mention. D. H. Prlridle.
26-tfc undersigned has by Order of the
above entitled Court been appointed
street car I noticed a woman standing
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING
MEN’S DRESS ¡SlZOES
In the throng struggling with main
Administrator of the Estate of Leo
MEN S OXFORDS
M ISCELLANEOUS*
BUTTONS
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bundles
and
a
baby.
Thinking
of
be
Reg. $7 values,
close out at $4.75
Tin. Deceased, and has duly qualified
Be prepared for warm weather in
and
|
Ing
of
some
assistance,
1
inquired
l o s t — Green jade Eversharp pen­ as such. All persons having claims
Reg. $7.50 values, close out at $5.00
advance by getting a pair or two.
i "Can’t I relieve you of some of you-
BUTTON HOLES
cil. Return to Mitchell Drug store. against said estate are notified to
Reg. $5.80 values, close out at $3.75
Rog. $7-50 value, close out at $5.00 ! bundles?" To my surprise, she hunderi
27-ltp present them properly verified to the
Reg. $5.00 values, close out at $3.75
Reg. $6.00 value, close out at $4.00 : me the baby.
undersigned at the office of his at­
Mail orders promptly
Sly bachelor dignity was already nt
Reg. $4.75 values, close out at $3.25
torney,
C.
Z.
Randall
at
room
24,
Reg. $5.50 value,close out at $3.75 ! the zero point, but when I noticed a
attended to.
B-.ng your broken furniture to me
Stangler Building, Pendleton, Ore­
! group of giggling girls who were stu
to be repaired. Tom Jensen.
dents In my class at the city high
17-tfc gon. within six months from the date
THE SMART SHOP
of the first publication of this
school my mortification was complete
25 PER CENT REDUCTION ON
Mrs.
R. L. Parker, Prop.
I assure you my embarrassment did
Watch, clock and Jewelry repairing. Notice.
OUR STOCK OF HI-TOP BOOTS
822
Main
St.
Pendleton, Ore.
(lot
end
with
the
Incident.—K.
N.
A
Dated
February
10,
1927.
Se« Newell, next door to Sappen.
B„ In Cbleags Tribune.
T. B. GURDANE,
18-48»
Administrator of the Estate of Leo
MEN’S WORK SHOES
BARGAINS IN BOYS SHOES
Jin, Deceased.
23-ttc
N o t the C u ra te ’s F a u lt
Poland* for Profit*. Stilling*. 37tf
$8.00 shoes, reduced to rpecial $4.00
$3.95 regular value, reduced to $2.95
A clergyman, called away suddenly
$5 50 j M mb doim to bedrock $3.75
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
and unable to officiate at the services
$2.95 regular value reduced to $1.95
CALL FOR WARRANTS
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGGS, RE
In his church, entrnsted his new curate
$4.80 shoes, olcse out sale at $3.25
All O. A M. Warrant« of the West
$4.25 shoes down to special $3.00
with the duty, On Ills return home lie
ALTOR.
26-tfc Extension Irrigation District, reg­
$5.85 shoes,reduced to go at $3.75
$3.40 shoes reduced to special $1.75
asked his wife what sbe thought of
Maternity Cases onr Specialty
istered on or before December 31st,
th« enrate’s sermon.
Hermiston Second Hand Store.— 1926, will be paid on presentation
OUR MOTTO:
"The poorest I ever henrd," she de­
Furniture and Hardware, Bee Sup­ at the office of the Oounty Treaaur-
clared; "nothing In It at all.”
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
plies. Hannas, Saddles, Wagons.
er of Morrow County on or after
Later In the day the clergyman,
’
35-3f< March 18th. 1927, at which date Int­
Come and see us about our new
meeting his curate, asked him how he
and reasonable rates. Graduate
erest on said warrants will cease.
had got on.
ADDING machine rolla at the Herald
"Splendldly.slr," replied the curate.
nurse in attendance at all timet.
Heppner, Oregon, February 26,
o f f ic e __________________________
“1 didn’t have time to prepare any
1927.
thing myself, so I preeched one of
TELEPHONE 881
FOR SALE—Adding machine rolls
Leon W. Briggs, County Trea*.
vour sermons."—London Answers.
At the Herald office.
26-34.
a
Everyone Knows
W e Have
Anticipated
Come in and
give our line the
“once over.”
A
HITT
First N ational Bank
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WANT ADS
service
:
Baby Chicks 1927
♦ T. H. Gaither J
j
FOUNTAIN
Custom Hatching
Bert Mullins
Home Cooking
5 J. L: V A U G H A N !
REX CAFE
Closing Out
5
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Everthing
Electrical
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SHOE SALE
Our entire stock o f m ens and boys shoes
boots and Oxfords w ill b e sold in a big sale
that starts
Monday March 14
8 a. m.
Hermiston
Transfer
________________ I
L. J. McAtee
Our stock includes the well known NAP-A-TAN,
TRADE BUILDERS and WEYENBERG makes for men
and boys.
Here are just a few of the big bargains we have
listed. Prices smashed down to unheard of values.
Hermiston
Hospital
American Shoe Shop
HERMISTON, OREGON