The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 29, 1927, Image 2

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Ira B. Hooker of Spokane is here
Published «rery Thursday at Her­ as a guest of hiH brother, H. A. Hook
miston, Umatilla County, Oregon by or. The visitor owns a small acreage
Joseph 8. Harvey, editor and man­ I near Spokane anil works in a paper
' mill.
Entered as second class matter I Mrs. J. L>. Waller entertained Wed­
December, 190». at the postoffice at nesday afternoon, six tables of
Hermiston, Umatilla County, Oregon. bridge being In play. First prize
was won by Mrs. C. W. Kellogg,
consolation by Mrs. Sunstrup and
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cut prize by Mrs. Prime.
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Mrs. R. E. Mitchell and Mrs. F.
B. Swayze entertained Informally
this attk,rnooii at the Mitchell home
One of the Interesting angle» to liv. at a sewing party in honor of Mrs.
lng in a country that is in the mak­ Georgg Shelton and her mother-in-
ing and hag not been systematized law, Mrs. G. W. Shelton of Seattle.
thoroughly as to farming procedure
is to watch developments and changes
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Simons have
as they are evolved In an effort to
make the most of opportunitieg as ' returned from Walla Walla where
! they spent their vacation visiting rel­
they are found.
Those who attended the meeting atives. Curtis Is recuperating from
of turkey growers at the library last : an operation for the removal of his
Thursday night heard this project tonsils.
pronounced a perfect turkey country.
The statement was made by Mrs. C.
Mrs. Fred Lenz and sons, Freddie
O. Brink, herself a grower of the big and Martin, left Monday on a visit.
birds, now manager of the Idaho Tur­ 1 They stopped for one day at The
key Growers co-operative.
Dalles, thkm wet to Salem to sew the
The visitor wag particularly Im state fair and will visit in Lebanon
p r >sed at the number of large flocks before returning home.
to ' a found. She visited two farms on
. li '.h the flocks Included 1,000
J. A. Yeager, county school super­
it I, a each. She enumerated as factorg
contribute to the suitability of intendent, stopped in Hermiston on
thie country for turkeys the nature I hlg way to Salem and took with him
• the soil, the fact that running ¡Gerald Haddox. Donald DeMoss, Don­
water lg available all during the ald Jackson and Floyd McMullen, the
glovin g Hinson, an abundance of I last three named boys being members
of the stock judging team.
te And lots of sunshine,
stimates as to the number of tur-
k 1 on the project and adjacent
J. Herbert Swarner is enjoying his
munlties vary from lC.OOo to ' experiences at Oregon Agricultural
100. That’s a lot of Christmas college, according to letters received
ter, but the Idaho woman stated j by hi8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
that in ever increasing measure the Swarner. The freshman class this
Job of furnishing tut key for the two year is the largest In the history of
big holidays, Thanksgh i,ig and the college, he said.
Christmas, will fall to the lot of
western farmers.
Mr, and Mrs, Burton Lancaster
Walter Botki said the other day
have returned to their hom* In Los
that he has been raising turkeys on
Angeles after spending a few days'
hts place for seven years. The great­
here as guest at the Bert Parsons
er part of thtlr time during the
home. Mrs. Lancaster is Mrs. Par­
course of the year Is spent near the
sons’ sister. Mr. Lancaster tried his
house. Under soil conditions In many
luck shooting jackrabbits 011 the pro­
places, Mr. Botkin might expect to be
figuring on getting out of the. busi­
ness on Kcconnt of disease in the
Laical fight fang were enthu in silc
toll, but he said he had lees disease
problems Co contend with this year listeners over radio sets Thursday
o'vening to the returns from Chi ,io ?.
than ever before.
Life I* fuH of Ironies, and one of Owners of seta-in private homer: nr. -
the cholc* bits would be for the class business houses were generous wit?
six lands to stage a comeback and thalr hospitality, and many hearo the
prove themselves Justified to some reportg broadcast, blow by blow, the
economic value as homes for turkeys cheers of the Immense crowd In Chi­
cago and the whistle and gong at the
Present Bed» to be Enlarged by
Some Grower» and Other
Show Intereit.
The old truism that time brings
many changis was Impressed on the
mind of A. D. Smith, pioneer project
farmer, on a trip he made this week
into the Yakima valley. “I eaw that
Sunnyside country the first time 20
years ago when sagebrush wag about
the only crop," Mr. Smith said. "Now
It Is fully developed with nice homes
and finished highways.”
That there will be some Increase
in the acreage devoted to asparagus
next year Is the belief expressed by
Tom Fraser. The supply of locally
grown plants will be limited, but a
At the BaptlBt church, Sunday,
number of farmers have been making
inquiries as to where plants may be October 2, Bible school at 10 a. m.
procured for transplanting next Morning worhip at 11 A. Me Theme,
"Christ’s Desire for the Sacramental
J. W. McMullen and son Floyd Feast, (Lord’s Supper.” Evening ser­
have between 90,000 and 70,000 vice at 7:45 p. m. Theme, "Look at
pianta which they have grown this Your* Gas.” Christ is on trial at the
year. They plan to uae at least half bar of your conscience. What is today
your verdict? A cordial welcome to
of the plants for their own uae.
H.J. Stillings has been Increasing all. A. J. Ware, pastor.
his acreage of asparagus every year,
Another item was added to the
and he has grown several thousand
plants this season for use on his own .•>erieg of gasoline robberies In town
when the Kingsley and Burkenblne
land next spring.
Farmers In the Irrigon and Board- cars, left standing in front of their
man districts have evinced a lively 1 owuers homes were drained of gaso
interest 'In the growing of asparagus, ' iiiie Monday night by persons un-
and a gradual increase in the size l m,'wn. It is not known nt what
and number of beds there is antici­ I hour the th'iftu occurred and no
1 traee can b„ found of the persons
The returns from the crop this j who are robbing cars left standing
spring were not very profitable, local tn the streets.
growers declared. The late freeze
and a tardy spring season held the
Mi's. Gould Hl
shoots back long enough so that the
Mrs. Edward Gould, mother of
cutting season came after the price Mrs. C. A. Paul, suffered a stroke of
had been depressed by offerings from paralysis last Thursday nfternoon
the east. Under ordinary seasonal Her condition hn„ been sertous.
conditions the asparago,, grown here
la on the market ahead of that grown
in the middle west and along the
east coast.
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Party Get Deer
Preeent Indications are that there
Merle Potter has just returned *i-
v.lll be about 20 receiving points for
ter a very eucceesful hunt In the
ntouatalna. The party of six nten C Is year’B marketing, Mrs. Blink
succeeded In getting Uve nice bucks. e I J.
The association also aids member-
la disease problem* and Issues In
struettons on feeding.
"A large part of our sucres, is due
Prince William of Sweden sailed on to the fact that we produce big prime
the steamship Gripe holm tor the Uni­ i birds,” she told her audience. "They
ted State«, where he will make a lee ! must be handled and ted right to be
tare tear.
j prime. The cost of raising a scrub Is
Prealdent Coolidge has not yet de­ | practically the same a* for a No. 2
termined how far the tax redactions bird, but the,difference In price re­
may be carried at the next session of ceived la great, and we want all the
No. 1 birds possible.
Eighteen prohibit Ion agents at New­
"The Christmas markel has always
ark. N. J., were dismissed by Assistant been our beet market, and the exper­
Secretary ixiwmsn “lor fhe good of ience of the association is the basis
tbv service ”
(of my advice to you to sell no birds
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at Thanksgiving except those that are
of unquestioned quality. The bigger
number should be held for the mar­
ket at Christmas.”
Qaltc a number of Oregon turkey-
growers in the eastern part of the
state have been marketing their birds
with the Idaho association for a num­
ber of years, Mrs. Brink said. She
predicted an increasing production
of turkeys in the northwest as time
imsses, due to tbe tact that in older
district* in the east and middle west,
disease and other factors have grad­
ually forced growers out of the bus-
” ~ C R IS P
What Is more sensible and econom­
ical than—
Maybe you want Cured Meats. It
you do our line of Bacon and Hams
will suit you. If you want Fresh
Meats you can have a choice of a
wide range of offerings.
City Meat Market
Turkeys, Turkeys
I w ant them, now, or next
week, or any time. Will buy
whole flocks,, part flocks, young
or old. Figure w ith me before
you sell.
Gilbert Smith
Telephone, Echo, 15-F-14
Umatilla County, State of Oregon, to-
A meeting similar to the one held wit:
An undivided one-third interest In
here last Thursday was held in Pilot
and to the East Half and the East
Rock the preceedlng night, but grow­
Half of the Southwest Quarter of
ers there decided to take more time
Section 8, Township 4 North Range
in arriving at a decision.
28, E. W. M., containing 400 acres,
more or less.
The terms on which said property
will be sold by said administrator
are as follows, to-wit: For cash up­
on the confirmation of the sale of
said real property by the above en
titled court and subject to the lien of
unpaid taxes against the premises
hereinabove described and upon exe­
Now open in the room formerly cution and delivery of a good and
occupied by the W hite Tailor sufficient deed.
Dated this 3rd day of September,
—We Use—
As administrator of the estate of
Thomag William Peters, deceased.
Raley, Raley & Warner, Attorneys
for Administrator, Pendleton, Ore
there appear and show cause, if any
they have, why said report should
not be approved, the administratrix
discharged and the estate closed. •
Dated this 1st day of September.
June Rowe, Administratrix.
W. J. Warner, attorney for Estate,
Address, Hermiston, Ore.
Dr. Mellenthin
ininternal Medicine for the
past fifteen years
M odern
M a c h in e r y
in all our repair work and guar­
antee our materials and workman­
W ill be at
Notice is hereby given that the
board of directors of Westland Irrlga
tion district, acting as a board o
Equalization, will meet at the offici
of the district In Hermiston, Oregon
on thg first Tuesday in October 1921
H E R M IS T O N , O R E G O N
at 7 o’clock P. M., for the purpose of
reviewing and correcting Its assess
ment and apportionment of taxes t<
be levied In said district for the yeai
Dated this first day of September,
In the Matter of the Estate
Thomas William Peters,
Notice of Administrator's Sale of
Real Property.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, Michael Keating, aB ad­
ministrator of the estate of Thomas In the County Court of the State of
William Peters, deceased, under and
Oregon for Umatilla County.’
by virtue of an order of the Hon. I. In the Matter of the Estate
M. Schannep, Judge of the above en­
titled court, made and entered on Caro Fancher Rowe, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
the 9th day of August, 1927, will,
join and after the 15th day of Octo­ undersigned adminitratrix of the es­
ber, 1927, offer for sale and sell at tate of Caro Fancher Rowe, deceased,
private eale upon the terms herein- has filed her final report with the
ifter described, at the office of Raley, Clerk of the above entitled court, and
ftaley & Warner, in the First Nat- that the Judge of said Court has
onal Bank Building In the City of designated Saturday, the 1st day of
’endleton, Umatilla County, Oregon, October, 1927 at the hour of 2 o’clock
nd subject to confirmation by the In the afternoon as the time, and thr
-.hove entitled court, to the person rooms of the above entitled Court in
.taking the best and highest bid the County Court House at Pendle­
herefor, all of the estate, right, title ton, Umatilla County, Oregon, as the
tnd interest of Thomas William Pet­ place when and whijre hearing is to
rs, deceased,'in and to the following be had thereon. All persons inter­
lescribed real property, situated in ested are hereby notified to then and
Office hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad­
uate in medicine and surgery and is
licensed by thft state of Oregon. He
docs not operate for chronic appendi-
citis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsil or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re­
sults in diseases of the stomach, liv­
er, bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
kidney, bladtVr, bed wetting, catarrh,
weak lugs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg
ulcers and rectal ailments.
Below are the names of a few of
his’înany satisfi d patient» in Oregon
who have been treated for one of the
above named causes:
Elmer Booker, Condon.
Chas. Desch, Portland.
D. H, Horn, Bonanza.
Fred Shields, Klamath Falls.
Daniel Steinon, Allegany.
R. E. Neal, Central Point.
Joe Sheoships, Gibbon.
Remember above date, that consul­
tation on this trip will be free and
that his treatment i8 diffenent.
Married women must be accompan­
ied by their husbands.
Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los
Angeles, California.
An Open Letter to the Editor
From the President o f General Motors
ast S P R IN G I w rote you th a t m y belief
In th e country new spaper had led us in G eneral
M otors to decide to advertise our products
together in th e sm all-city press of th e country.
T he retu rn s from tb e series of th e messages
recently published have justified th a t faith;
and we shall continue to advertise in your
com m unity through your new spaper th is fell.
I t occurs to me, how ever, th a t some of your
readers m ay be asking: “ W hat is G eneral
M otors?” and “ W hy is G eneral M otors?”
These are fair questions an d I should like to
answ er th e m as frankly as I can.
G eneral M otors was organized some years
ago on th e theory t h a t a group o f large com ­
panies, w orking together, could render a b etter
service th a n th e y could separately. In this we
sim ply applied to in d u stry a principle th a t is
as old as civilization a s regards th e hum an
family a n d hum an progress.
Original m em bers c f th e G eneral M otors
fam ily were E uick, Cadillac, C hevrolet, O ak­
land an d Cldsm obile, to g ether w ith th e Delco-
L ight C om pany an d o th e r well-known com­
panies m anufacturing autom otive equipm ent.
By joining together th e ir resources, w e were
able to establish great R esearch L aboratories,
a 1245-acre P roving G round and th e G M A C
P lan of credit purchase; to effect v a st econ­
omies in purchase an d m anufacture and
d istrib u tio n ; to assure an d m aintain th e q u a lity
o f every product in th e G eneral M otors family.
H as th e G eneral M otors fam ily principle
proved itself in practice?
T he best answ er, I th in k , is to com pare th a
C hevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, Oldsmobile and
O akland o f today w ith th e models of five or
te n years ago.
T hen add P ontiac, a G eneral M otors crea­
tion. A dd LaSalle, another G eneral M otors
creation. A nd th e n consider h o ia G e n e ra l
M otors has developed these cars i n w a com ­
plete line, w ithin which an y fam ily m ay find
a suitable q u a lity car a t th e price it plans to
pay : ‘,‘A C ar for E v ery P urse an d P urpose.”
A nother exam ple is Frigidaire, the electric
refrigerator. G eneral M otors h a d th e resources
to spend millions to develop a satisfactory
refrigerator, and th e n to apply to its m anu­
facture th e sam e processes w hich have in ­
creased th e u tility and lowered th e cost of the
autom obile.
W e believe th a t this record justifies General
M otors as a n economic institution. I ts prod­
ucts are q u a lity products, first o f all. T heir
prices represent th e economies o f united effort
passed on to th e purchaser. In th e last year one
in each th ree autom obiles chosen b y th e public
has been a G eneral M otors car. T he service o f
D elco-Light electric p lan ts has extended to
more th a n a q u a rte r m illion homes, while
Frigidaire has become th e wor’d ’3 largest sell­
ing convenience o f its kind.
W e believe also th a t th e values now offered
in th e c u rre n t G eneral M otors products
(which are listed below) prove anew th a t
“m any m inds are b e tte r th a n one” ’an d th a t a
fam ily o f com panies, w orking together, can
produce results which are decidedly in the
public in terest and of increasing benefit to the
individual fam ily.
V ery tru ly yours,
Alfred P . Sloan, J r., P r e s id e n t
G eneral M otors C orporation
D etroit, Septem ber 23, 1927
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