The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 21, 1927, Image 1

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    The Herald Keeps Close to the Heart and Mind of the Umatilla Project.
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THZ DAIRY COW CAV
r a r o HO BZTTZB HOKI
T H A I OH AH IRRIGATED
FARM ON THIS PROJECT.
VOL XXI
DAIRY SPECIAL WILL
BE HERE WEDNESDAY
SAM PICXARD
3 7 DO S SCORE OF FIRST ON THE
UNION PACIFIC
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DISTRICTS
IN THE NOM
HERMISTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1927
WEST ENDERS DROP
WILD ONE TO BEARS
lo c a ls
/TERMISTÖN, ONE OF
THE BEST POULTRY
Rail
TRAIN
TO
BE
HERE TWO FOURS
Loosely
and
Dairy Type Animals to be Shown
Contribute 11 Errors to
As Part of Program for
Help Visitors.
Local People.
Blue Mt. League Standing
TWO PLACES PURCH A S E D IN
DEALS CLOSED HERE MONDAY
Tw o fa rm s changed h a n d s on Jhe
p ro ject th is week w hen deals w ere
closed by A . C. S w a rn e r an d J . T.
Dowell.
Mr. Dowell sold h is place of 25
acres u n d e r th e A lin e east of George
S tro h m ’s place to Mr. S w arn er. Mr.
and Mrs. S w a rn e r w ill move on th e ir
place ju s t as soon as school closes
T hey have been liv in g on a farm west
of th e riv e r. T hey hav e lived h ere for
10 y ears and have specialized In dairy
farm in g .
Mr. D owell purchased th e W . N.
B ays tr a c t about a h a lf m ile w est of
H erm isto n . H e also p u rch ased th e In t
lekofer five room b ungalow on th e
n o rth h ill and h a s c o n tra c te d w ith
W ilsey Bros, of P en d leto n to move it
on th e place w hich he b o u g h t. He
p lan s to erect p o u ltry sheds an d im ­
prove th e place. T he D owells have
lived h e re a b o u t seven years. T h e
co n sid eratio n on both places w as very
reasonable, acco rd in g to E. P. Dodd
who h an d led th e deals.
NO. 38
CULTIVATED AREA
GAINS IN WESTLAND
COMMANDER BYRO
i ( governor
ih
will de
SPEAKER AT MCKAY
AMOUNT UNDER WATER TO BE
EXECUTIVE AGREES TO HELT W
4200 ACRES THIS YEAR
BIG CELEBRATION
Increase Over 1928 Is 700 Acres,
May 10th is Date Established and
According To Statement
Work Already Under Way to
By J. W. Messner
Make Day Success.
O regon A g ric u ltu ra l Colloge, C or­
L and u n d e r irrig a tio n In th e W est-
T he com pletion of M cKay ■*——
v allis— T he U nion P acific D airy P ro ­
land Irrig a tio n d is tric t a t th e be­
w ill be celebrated by a special p ro ­
"Walla W alla ..................
fits S pecial w hich w ill be in H erm is­
g in n in g of th is ir rig a tin g season am
g ram a t th e dam and in H erm isto n
H erm isto n .......................
to n a t 1 o ’clock W ednesday, A p ril
o
unted to 4200 acres, a g ain of 700
on Tuenday, May 10, acco rd in g to
P en d leto n .......................
27, is n o t a b o o ster tr a in a tte m p t­
acres over th e a re a th a t w as c u ltiv a t
p lan s th a t w ere launched re c e n tly
In d ia n s ............................
in g to ru sh fa rm ers In to th e d a iry
ed in 1926, according to a sta te m e n t
by th e H erm iston Com m ercial club.
bu sin ess,” said P. M. B ra n d t, chief
by J, W. M essner, se c re ta ry and gen
T he plans began cryB tallzIng w ith
In a loosely played gamo p u n c tu -
in d a iry h u sb an d ry , today. "W e In­
eral m an ag e r of th e d is tric t.
the llcceipt by th e com m ittee
in
* ated freely w ith erro rs, stag ed in a
ten d to stre ss n o th in g b u t th e fu n ­
A big p a rt of th e g ain in acreage
c h a rg e of a le tte r from G overnor
w indstorm th a t pelted p lay ers and
d a m e n ta l p rin cip les o f p ro fita b le
Is rep resen ted by developm ent w ork
P a tte rso n in w hich he agreed t o ba.
sp ectato rs alik e w ith duet an d sand,
d airy farm in g . C om m ercial aspects,
th a t Is being done by larg e land ow n­
p resen t for a ta lk
iu cu nnection
th e W est E n d ers took an u n fo rg e tt­
in c lu d in g successful m a rk e tin g , w ill
ers. Some in d iv id u al developm ent is
w ith th e celebration.
ab le lacing a t th e han d s of the
Sam Pickard, chief of th e radio receive considerable a tte n tio n , and
also b eing done. T he assu ra n c e of a
S e n a to r S telw er has agreed to a c t
snappy W alla W alla team h ere S u n ­ service of the D epartm ent of Agrlcul- w h ile th e need of good cows w ill be
p le n tifu l supply of w a te r, m ade cer­
as to a s tm a ste r at th e b an q u et w h ich
day. T he score w as 17 to 3.
show
n
we
w
ill
n
o
t
rid
e
an
y
p
u
reb
red
tu re, who h a t been nam ed acting sec­
ta in w ith th e com pletion of McKay
w ill be held here in th e evening.
T he B ears had th e ir b a ttin g eye retary of th e new radio commission. hobby.”
CONSTRUCTION CHARGES NEXT dam , h as also had th e effect of caus­
L e tte rs of in v ita tio n have also been
w o rking, n o tw ith sta n d in g th e dust,
W ith th is d e cla ratio n of p rin cip les
in g som e lan d s th a t w ere only p a r­
sen t to S en ato r M cN ary, to th e P o r t­
and a te up th e o fferin g s of th ree
to g u id e th em , th e ex ten sio n sp ecial­ YEAR WILL BE LESS THAN THIS tia lly developed to be operated.
land C ham ber of Commerce, th e
Com
m
ander
Byrd,
hero
of
th
e
flight
m oundsm en w ho w orked* fo r th e
ists w ho w ill m an tire tr a in
are
A considerable acreag e of new land over th e N orth Pole, who w as Injured S ta te C ham ber of Commerce a n d
W est E nders.
W oodw ard yielded
p re p a rin g th e v ery la te s t In fo rm a­ ACCORDING TO INTERIOR HEAD th a t has Just been bro k en o u t of Bage
when th e trans-A tlantic airplane, the o th e r in d iv id u als and o rg an izatio n s.
place to P h elp s in th e th ird and
tio n to dispense a t th e 18 scheduled
b ru sh h as been seeded to w h eat th is America, tu rn ed over In landing.
A t th e w eekly m eetin g of th e club
B lak ely relieved P h elp s an d stayed
sto p s betw een Hood R iv er an d B aker.
C o n stru ctio n ch arg es on lan d s year, a course of developm ent found
T uesday a com m ittee w as ap p o in ted
th e re m ain d er of th e gam e. W alla
T h a t th e m a te ria l w ili be up to th e w ith in th e H erm isto n Irrig a tio n d is­ o ften in irrig a te d c o u n trie s b u t sel­
to w ork w ith P endleton in a r r a n g ­
W a lla used T ru n d eau an d P a rris.
W ashington, D. C.—A fter a confer­ m in u te is in d icated by th e fa c t th a t tr ic t w ill be 10 cents low er fo r 1928 dom before p racticted In th le p a rt of
ing th e d e tails of th e program th a t
The W est E n d ers laced th e ball ence with P resid en t Coolidge a t the one c h a rt on re s u lts of a liog-feeding th a n th e y w ere fo r 1927, acco rd in g Oregon. A bout 400 acres of w heat has
w ill be carried o u t a t the dam .
te n tim es safely, b u t th e locals fa il­ W hite House, S en ato r Fess, republi­ te s t u sin g d airy b y -p io d u cts c an n o t to in fo rm a tio n c o n tain ed in a le tte r been seeded on ra w land.
T he g ates w ill be opened by one of
e d to field and h an d le th e sp heroid, can, Ohio, declared negotiations would be p rep ared u n til tw o days before received a t th e d is tric t office from
Rye w as seeded last fall on some
th e n o tab les present, and it is p ro b ­
and a g h a stly to ta l of 11 e rro rs w as be conducted during the sum m er be th e tr a in leaves, a s th a t Is w hen th e th e se c re ta ry of th e In te rio r.
places as a n u rse crop for new alfalfa.
able th a t a few ta lk s w ill be m ade.
th e real cause of a baseball gam e tw een rep resen tativ es of agricultural ex p erim en t is scheduled
to end.
Based on th e av erag e gross acre In some cases th e a lfa lfa h as been
A program of ta lk s on v ario u s
W ashington, D. C.—The radio com
tu r n in g in to a tra c k m eet. A ll of in terests from all p arts of th e country
Much o th e r In fo rm atio n Is b eing incom e for th e
p a st
10
years, seeded th is sp rin g w ith o u t a nurse
su b je c ts w ill be arra n g e d fo r the*
mission
has
decided
to
use
th
e
“bi,
th e e rro rs w ere m ade by th e locals
in the hope of d raftin g a farm relief recorded on c h a rts w h ich w ill be d is­ ch arg es on co n stru ctio n fo r n ext crop.
stick,” it necessary, to enforce broad b an q u e t In H erm iston th a t evening.
W alla W alla s ta rte d th e sco rin g bill which the ad m in istratio n could played in th e ex h ib it e rr. T hese w ill y ear w ill be $1.95 p er acre, th e de­
Ir rig a tin g s ta rte d in th e W estlan d
D etails of th e day 's activ itie s w ere
In th e th ird a fte r1 fa ilin g to do a support.
su p p lem en t th e p ro g ram of b rief p a rtm e n t h a s ruled, u n d e r th e 1926 d is tric t A pril 15. The supply of w ater casting statio n s into line on wavt
leift to the com m ittee to settle.
lengths,
in
o
rd
er
to
accom
m
odate
ex
th in g in th e ir firs t tw o a ttem p ts.
th e
d is tric t. T he av ailab le is m ore th a n su ffic ie n t to
The p resident would never approve lectu res to be g iven by th e sp ecial­ c o n tra c t w ith
S e n tim e n t ex ists In H erm tston to
isting broadcasters.
T h ey acquired th re e h its in th is a m easure containing the equalization ists them selves a t th e v ario u s stops. 1927 c h arg es w ere $2.05.
tak e care of all land u n d e r c u ltiv a ­
C hairm an B ullard gave notice tha m ake th e day a holiday and close
fram e and w ere aided by an equal fee to be levied on basic crops to One c h a rt stre ssin g th e im p o rtan ce
P a y m e n t of co n stru ctio n chargee tion, and a n y raw land in the d is tric t
n u m b e r of e rro rs. In th e fo u rth h a rd ie th e surplus, Mr. F ess said. of h ig h p ro d u cin g show s how th e ia due se m i-an n u a lly , J u n e 30 and can be served w ith w ater, Mr. Mess­ all of the approxim ately 750 station! business houses, e ith e r a t noon or
now operating could be accommodat ea rlie r, so th a t resid en ts of both tow n
they got a n o th e r five scores on as Such a fee was provided in th e Me- q u a lity of an im al d eterm in es w h eth er D ecem ber 31.
n er indicated.
ed under the “ big stick ” program , bu and c o u n try may m ake th e tr ip to
m any h its and one erro r. T hey ad d ­ Nary-H augen bill, which Mr. Coolidge th e fa rm e r gets back as little as 3 6
he expressed som e doubt as to thi McKay dam to sea (1)8 com pleted
ed th ree m ore in th e six th an d tw o vetoed during -the la st congress.
a to n fo r h ay fed or as h ig h as >25 LOCAL CLUBS FORMED AND
HERMISTON SUFFERS WITH
possibility of issuing licenses for th< s tru c tu re before a tte n d in g th e cere­
In th e seventh.
S enator Fess predicted th a t th e so­ or m ore. O th er c h a rts deal w ith
m onies a tte n d a n t on th e form al open­
300
pendtng applications.
H erm iston s ta rte d in th e fo u rth lution of the farm problem would be m a rk e tin g , b reed in g tro u b les su ch as
HAVE YEAR’S WORK STARTED
INLAND EMPIRE FROM COLD
The satu ratio n point in broadcasting ing of the gates.
w hen tw o sin g les by M ittlesd o rf and a bill based on low ra te governm ent ab o rtio n , p astu res, an d th e ad ap tio n
F ollow ing th e program a t th e dam
F etzer, coupled w ith w alks gain ed loans to co-operate organizations, o f hog ra is in g to d a iry farm in g .
A drop of th e m ercu ry to 14 above statio n s has been reached on the At
the
ca ra v a n of cars w ill move from
lantlc
and
Pacific
coast,
A
dm
iral
Bui
b y B lakely and P helps re su lte d in which would be em pow ered to buy the
T h ree H erm isto n boys’ an d g irls ’ zero T uesday n ig h t estab lish ed
a
D iscussions of live stock w ill be
B lakely scoring. In
th e
sev en th surplus crops and hold them for prof­ d em o n strated w ith an im als, as tw o clubs have com pleted th e ir o rg a n iz a ­ new low m ark for A pril te m p era­ lard declared, and future expansion in McKay th ro u g h P endleton dow n
th ro u g h land in th e S tan field d is­
th e ir second acq u isitio n in th e form itable prices to tha producer.
special cars w ill c a rry .th r e e breeds tion and a re s ta rte d on th e ir y e a r’s tu re s on th e project, acco rd in g to the num ber of statio n s m ust be re
strlcted to the interior. New license» tr ic t th a t w ill receive w a te r from
of tw o ru n s came.
H e expressed th e hope th a t Chair of d a iry c a ttle a n d a n u m b er of w ork, an d a fo u rth is In course of govern m en t records. S ta n d in g w ater
In th e cerem onies o p en in g th e man M cNary of th e sen ate agriculture hogs. A rem odeled f la t c ar w ill b ein g form ed, acco rd in g to In fo rm a­ w as frozen T uesday n ig h t by the for these points may bo allowed, hi McKay and th en in to th e H erm is­
ton d is tric t.
added.
gam e H enry H itt, b a tte r, saved Dr. com m ittee would continue to tak e the serve aB sp e a k e r’s p latfo rm
and tio n from W . A. H olt, co u n ty agent, u n u su al cold.
In th e te rrito ry ad ja c e n t to H e r­
“We can and will tak e care of ex
S ears th e tro u b le of c a tc h in g
Dr. leadership In farm legislation and th at d em o n stratio n p avilion.
and E. L. Jack ro n , I atlcr of th is p ro ­
C onsiderable loss w ill be th e re ­
m iston both raw a n d im proved lan d
isting
stations.
T
hey
will
follow
our
P rim e ’s o ffe rin g by h ittin g in to th e he would agree to m aiiage a m easure
je c t of F a rm
B u reau w ork. The s u lt of th e un seaso n ab le te m p era­
w ill be seen, and te n ta tiv e plana
infield. T he crow d w as considered th a t called for n eith er an equalization NORTHERN PACIFIC AGENT
from program ,” ho said, a fter he had callod
clubs fu lly o rganized a re th e p o tato tu re , acco rd in g to re p o rts
call fo r sh o rt stop« a t places w here
a
t
the
W
hite-
H
ouse
to
rep
o
rt
to
Pres
ex cellen t for th e k in d of day th e fee n or a subsidy. Mr. M cNary r e
SEES RAILROAD HOLDINGS club, c a lf club and p u reb red shefep over th e p ro ject. F r u it in bud was
asp arag u s, d airy c a ttle and p o u ltry
w e a th e r m an handed H erm isto n for cently announced th a t he would draft
dam aged, stra w b e rrie s w ere Injured, ident'C oolidge th at he waa on th e job.
club.
flock« may be show n th e visitor*.
G
eorge
H. P lu m m er, w estern land
h er hom e opening.
a bill w hich he hoped Mr. Coolidge
T he lead ers, o fficers and m em bers a sp a ra g u s received a n o th e r setback, “W e may have to use th e big stick to
a g e n t of th e N o rth e rn P ao ific R ail of th e v ario u s clubs a re as follow s:
Box score an d sum m ary :
could support.
even a lfa lfa w as w ilted, an d ull crops whip som e of th ese stations into line,
w ay com pany w ith h e a d q u a rte rs in
BABY DRINKS KEROSENE,
W alla W alla—
w ill be h in d ered
in developm ent. but they have got to get th ere.”
H erm isto n P o ta to club—
S e attle, w as a v isito r In H erm isto n
B R IB SB PO A fi
T
he
cold
w
e
a
th
e
r
prevailed
a
ll-o
v
e
r
Local clu b leader, H. K. D ean;
ILL 7 HOURS, RECOVERS
W ednesday. He cam e h ere to inspect p resid en t, L oren Ja c k s o n ; vice-presi­ th e n o rth w est w ith Y aklm n, W alla
Sw eet, cf .................. 5 3 1 0
10 0
ra
ilro
a
d
lan
d
s
th
a
t
a
re
Included
In
B razier, ss .,...... ...... 6 2 3 0 , 3 '
d en t, E nos M a rtin ; se c re ta ry , W al­ W alla, K ennew ick an d o th e r in te r­
A fte r being unconscious for seven
B rem erton and Mare Island Y ards to
th e W e stla n d Irrig a tio n d is tric t and th e r O tt. M em bers, L oren Jackson, ior
Y enney, l b .............. 6 3 1 .3 12 :
Daston Leroux, fam ous au th o r of h o u rs as a resu lt of d rin k in g kero­
p o in ts
re p o rtin g
dam aging
Build One C ruiser Each,
to m ake a rra n g e m e n ts ab o u t g e ttin g
O 'R ourke,’ c ................ 6 1 1 1
6 !
detective stories, died a t Nice, France. sene, th e 16 m onths old baby of Mr.
W ashington, D. C.—The M are is th e la n d s on th e m a rk e t and ready W a lth e r O tt, E nos M artin , D onald freezes.
B eck, If ........................6 1 1 0
0 1
Joseph W alker, 68, president of the and Mrs. C larence Shaw of Cold
T he b ack w ard n ess of the sp rin g
Jack son, F lo y d M cM ullen an d V ictor
land, Cal., and th e B rem erton, W ash, for se ttle m e n t.
B rid g ew ate r, 3rd ....5 3 1 1
0 (
Chicago & Alton rallrpad, died a t his S p iin g s, reco v ered -an d was rem oved
A
ddlem
an
season
h
as
caused
th
e
dem
and
for
navy yards will each build one of the
A decision by th e com pany as tc
M cCallis, r f ................. 5 2 3 1 I I
w a te r fo r Ir rig a tin g to We slack, ac­ hom e in New York.
H erm isto n C alf clu b —
from th e H erm iston hospital w here
six 10,000-ton cru isers for w hich bids th e m a n n e r an d term s of se llin g p ro b ­
W etzel, 2d ................ 3 0 1 0 2 !
A 3-cent gasoline tax was accepted m edical tre a tm e n t w as given.
Local club leader, L ow ell Stock- co rd in g to w ord a t th e d is tric t o f­
were recen tly opened a t th e n a v f de ab ly w ill be m ade In th e n e a r fu tu re,
R ypzenskt, 2d ........... 1 0 0 0 2 !
a rd ; p re sid e n t, W a lth e r O tt; vice- fices. S lig h tly less th a n h a lf th e by th e Iowa houBe of rep resen tativ es
T h e baby d ra n k th e kerosene about
partm ent.
Mr. P lu m m er to ld local men w ith
by a vote of 61 to 35.
T ru d eau ,p ...................2 0 0 0 0 i
7 o’clock S unday evening. It was
The rem aining four cru isers will be w hom he w as In co n feren ce while p resid en t, D onald DeMoss; se cretary , w a te r u sers have so fa r su b m itted
P a rris , p ..................... 3 2 2 0 0 !
W illiam Sanborn, a ir mail pilot for ru sh ed to th e h o sp ital and rem ained
G erald H addox. M em bers, W a lth e r receipted tax s ta te m e n ts a t th e office
built, one by th e B ethlehem Ship­ here.
th e V arney lines to the N orthw est unconscious u n til about 2 o’clock
and
ordered
w
a
te
r.
E
v
ery
day
sees
O
tt,
L
aw
ren
ce
S
ta
r
r,
Floyd
M
cM
ullen,
building corporation of Quincy, Mass.,
wa3 found dead In his fallen plant S u n d ay m orning.
481710 5 2718 0
one by the A m erican Brown Boverl BASEBALL BAT AND BILLIARD C lem ent S to ck ard , Leo H addox, G er­ an Increase in th e n u m b er of those
n e a r King Hill, Idaho.
W est E n d ers—
w
ho
hav
e
paid
th
e
ir
c
h
arg
es
an
d
arc
ald
H
addox
an
d
D
onald
DeMoss.
E lectrical corporation of Camden, N
A ppropriation of $500000 to pur
es, 2d ...................5 0 1 0 2 4 2
re ad y to Irrig a te crops.
H erm isto n Sheep club—
U1 KE TRADES FARM HERE
J., and two by th e N ew port News, Va., CUE TO BE FITTED AGAINST
c h ’sd a building In W ashington to
..escly, c ...................5 0 0 0 9 2 1
Local
d
u
b
leader,
E.
L.
Jack
so
n
;
Shipbuilding & Drydock company.
house the C anadian legation, war
B lakely, bs p ..............4 0 1 0 0 3 3
FOR CLARKSTON PROPERTY
Repairs Are Made
GOLF CLUB IN FREAK BATTLE p resid en t, D. U pham ; vice-p resid en t,
veted by the C anadian house of com
M ittlesdorf. If, ss
... 4 0 1 0
13 0
D. M a rtin ; se c re ta ry , Don Jackson.
E lk H ills B id s Refused.
T he B a p tist ch u rc h h as been u n ­ m ens.
As a re su lt of a deal m ade T ues­
Shipley, rf .......... ...1 0 0 0 0 0 0
H erm isto n w ill hold Its firs t real M em bers, D onald DeMoss, Floyd Mc­
W ashington, D. C.—Bids of th e Un
d erg o in g re p a irs th is w eek. T he w ork
day in C larkston, W ash in g to n , C h a r­
The
Stockm
ens
N
ational
bank
at
P helps, p r f .................2 0 0 0 0 0 0
M
ullen,
D
ick
M
artin
,
E
nos
M
artin,.
freak go lf m atch early n e x t week on
F etzer, l b ................ 4 1 4 0 10 0 2 Ion Oil company, C alifornia, Standard th e local co u rse w hen H e n ry H itt D onald Ja ck so n , D ick U phain and h as consisted o f p la s te r p a tc h in g N ampa failed to open Its doors fo> les U nke trad ed h is ra n ch of 36 acre*
Oil
com
pany
of
C
alifornia,
and
the
an d o th e r ren o v a tin g .
business Monday. Following a rumoi a m ile and a h a lf so u th of H erm iston
H anson, 3b ................4 1 1 0
2 12
and Oron F elth o u se w ill p lay nine T llfo rd S tillin g s..
which had boen cu rren t for sev era’ for su b u rb a n p ro p erty a t C larkston.
L onghorn, If ........... 3 0 1 0
1 0 0 G eneral Petroleum corporation for ex holes w ith a baseball b a t and a b ill­
W ork of o rg a n iz in g th e pig club
days th a t the bank was about to fail He secured a larg e house and a sm all
The Stork
W oodw ard, p c f.........4 0 1 0 2 0 1 change of crude oil and gas products ia rd cue used by one a n d r-g u la i hag not y et been com pleted. George
from th e Elk H ills naval reserv e in
there was a general run on It Satur acreag e and w ill move to his new
go lf clu b s by th e o th e r. Mr. H itt S tro hm is local leader, and m em bers
Mr. an d Mrs. Adolf Skovbo of
day, many large depositors draw ing home a t th e and of th e school year.
35 310 6 271311 C alifornia for fuel oil w ere rejected said th a t a tr ia l of tlie b a t an d cue secured to
d
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in
clude
Lowell
B
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T he ex
T he new ow ner of the Unke placo
E arn ed ru n s, W a lla W alla 5, H er­ by the navy departm ent.
as s u b s titu te s for go lf clu b s h as S to ckard, O scar M lkesell, J o h n N ew ­ pound g irl born S a tu rd a y afternoon out th eir money.
C lerks, baggage han d isrs and sta Is G eorge W ood, form er c a ttle m an,
m iston 2; th r e e base h its, M cCallis change propositions offered in the convinced him th a t h is o p p o n en t's ell and W a lte r Jen d rzew sk l.
a t th e H erm isto n h ospital.
lion em ployes of th e Pacific division who recen tly purchased the C leveland
tw o: left on bases, H erm isto n 10, Ihree proposals, th e d ep artm en t an ch an ces of w in n in g a re b e tte r th a n
nounced, were not considered advan­
of
the Southern Pacific railroad sys p lace of. 30 acres n ear S tanfield. M r.
W a lla W alla 8; w ild pitches, W ood­
he th o u g h t a t th e tim e th e m atch
tageous to th e navy.
BLUE MOUNTAIN BASEBALL LEAGUE SCHEDULE
It m have been granted Increases ir and Mrs. Wood w ill move on th e
w ard 1; firs t base on erro rs, W alla
w as a rra n g e d .
w ages varying from two to seven C leveland place, and Mrs. W ood’s eon
W alla 10; tw o base h its, F etzer,
" I ’ll h av e a ch an ce, b u t I'v e found
c
e rts par hour. T he Increase was do R alp h K ennedy and his fam ily w ill
B rozier, O’R ourke,
B rid g ew ate r; HARRY RICHARDS DIES N
W
alla
Walla
Pendleton
Hermiston Mission Inds.
th a t it is im possible to g e t a s u ffi­
■ided upon by a board of nrbltrat'or. o p e ra te tire U nke place.
s tru c k out, by W oodw ard 3, P helps
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STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA
T he U nke farm has been one of th e
ir d Is re trcactiv e to Jan u ary T , 1927
1, B lakely 3, T ru d e a u 2, P a rr is 3;
May 15
April 17
May 1
w ith a b a t to send th e little spheroid
Walla W alla
best m a in tain ed placeg on the project.
base on balls, off W oodw ard 2,
May 29
June 28
June 5
News of th e d e a th in S tockton, as f a r as I had ex p ected ,” Mr. H itt
Mr. U nke cam e h ere a few y ears ago
Hermiston Streets Graded
B lakely 1, T ru d e a u 2, P a rris 2; dou­ C alifo rn ia, of H a rry Cecil R lcharda, said. “W han a go lf clu b js used, th e
April 10
May 8
May
1
from th e W illam ette valley.
b le plays, W hetsel to B rid g ew ate r to fo rm er H erm iston resid en t, w as r e ­ p lay er h as th e b e n e fit o f a long
Pendleton.............
Old fa m ilia r bum ps on th e h ig h ­
Jane 19
May 30
June 5
Y oung; h it by p itch er, Shesely by ceived h ere T uesday by F. D. C alla­ sw in g before th e club s trik e s th e
way th ro u g h H erm iston disappeared
For Medical Treatment.
T ru d ean , M cCallis by W oodw ard. h an . Mr. R ic h a rd s’ d e a th occurred b a ll.”
May 8
April 24
April 10
j th is week as a »esult of g ra d in g done
Hermiston.............
U m pire, M atott. Scorer, Pierce.
May 22
A p ril 19. H e w as a b ro th e r of Mrs.
K een In te re st hag been displayed
June 12
N
oal
K litz re cen tly re tu rn e d
to
June 19
by th e s ta te h ig h w ay m ain ten an ce
C allah an an d lived h ere u n til lees In th e proposed m atch by local fol­
d e p a rtm e n t th e e arly p a rt of the his hom e In P onrdm an a fte r h a v in g
April 24
May 15
Mrs. L. R eeder, d a u g h te r Miss E l­ th a n a y ear ago. Mr. R lch ard h Sr., low ers of th e gam e, an d som e P e n ­
April 17
w eek. W ork s ta rte d a t
U m atilla been a p a tie n t for tw o days In th e
Mission In dian s.
June 12
sie R eeder a n d Miss B ernice S to rk fa th e r of th e deceased, ha« le ft for d leto n fane h av e expressed an in te n ­
Jane 28
May 29
recen tly , and th e crew is w orking H erm iston h o sp ital. H e w as h e re
w ere P en d leto n v isito rs S atu rd ay .
Stockton.
tion of b ein g h ere to see It.
for m ed ics’ tre a tm e n t.
east.
. W
2
1
1
0
L Pet.
0 1000
1 500
1 500
2 000
NEW FARMERS’ BILL
WILL BE PREPARED
TO CLEAR THE AIR
WITH BIG STICK
COAST GETS NAVY JOBS
SHORT NEWS NUGGETS
By Osborne
THE FEATHERHEADS
t O R U X - VbU W O66LE0
A LOT OF INCOME T A X
ADVICE O tlT O F H E N R Y
\ M A D D E R — TOQ N o I m i N G -
AMVQODY WHO
CAM 0 O THAT wi T h
HENRY IS P Q Ù T V
S m a r t , I LL S A Y *
SSS-AND SOfTM MADDEN
IS TELLING IT ALL ONER THAT
You MOOCHED PROFESSIONAL.
ACM’C R /rb o -A N b m a k i m g TH g
1, a l b e Y WOQSB EVERY T i m e
.S H E TELLS I T ----
That Square» Obligations
y
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HFLLO HENRY—
5A Y -M x) AQE k ÍT USING
the L0WN-MOWER. a n o
RAKE I LOANED Ybu
LAST fA LL.A Q E Sbu?
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all
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INCOME TAY ADVICE
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PICTURE V /A ‘2
R E A D IL Y
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of - the BOOK