The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, November 17, 1927, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    TEDS H E B M I T Q g
O R A W , H E R M IS T O N , Q U M O * .
ma E. Martin, husband and
degrees 65 minutes East 84 feet. will annexed, in the above entitled 1927.
Robert O. Horning
wifp; Stanfield National Farm
North 0 degree« 08 minutes East •state ha, filed his final report with
Ouardian of the Person and Es­
Loan Association, a corpora­
835 feet and South 89 degrees 57 the clerk of the above entitled court,
tate of Betty Pearl Smith, a Minor
tion; Carl Cashion and Mrs.
mlnutog West 612.9 feet more or and that the Judge thereof has de­
7-5tc
Carl Cashion, his wife. If any;
leas to the point of beginning, signated Monday, December 19, 19*7,
The Bank of Stanfield, a cor­
at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, as the
also
poration, and R. L. Elliott,
Beginning at«the Southeast Cor­ time, and the county court room in
Deputy
Superintendent
of
ner of the Southwest Quarter of the county courthouse at Pendleton,
THE
MARKETS
Entered an second olaas matter
Banks, ln charge of the liqui­
the Northwest Quarter of Section Umatilla County, Oregon, a« the
Deoember, 190«, at the poetofftce at
dation of the Bank of Stan­
Twelve (12) Township Four (4 ), place, when and where hearing shall
Portland
Hermiston, Umatilla County, Oregon
field, a corporation, insolvent;
North of Range Twenty-nine (2 9 ), be had thereon. All persons interest­
Wheat Big Bend bluestem, 81.28;
and Rilla Conklin, Executrix
thence running North 560 feet ed are notified to then and there
bard white, 8125; federation, 8124;
Is none too good for
Lust Will of Peter COnkllq,
more or less to the line of inter­ appear and show cause, if any they
Subscription Rates
soft white, western white, 81-25; hard
SHOE REPAIRING
deceased,
section of such North running line have, why the prayer of the report
One Tear ---------------------------- 32.0« winter, northern spring, 81.21; west­
We have just installed a new
Defendants.
with the first crossing of the should be granted, the administrat­
ern red, 81-20.
Six M onths--------- ---------------- 11.0»
SUMMONS
boundary of the United States Gov­ or discharged and his bondsmen ex-
Hay — Alfalfa. 316.6O@17; valley
ernment Reclamation Cold Springs honoratsd.
timothy, 316.50017; eastern Oregon
Equity No. 4435
Dated at Hermiston, Oregon, this
Reservoir
Reservation,
thence
To Carl Cashion and Mrs. Carl
timothy, 820.
North 51.28 degrees West for 7th day of November, 1927.
Butterfat—45c.
Cashion, his wife, the above named
F. B. Swayze,
a distance of 10 feet along the
Eggs—Ranch, ST'S)45c.
defendants:
boundary line of said Reservoir
Administrator with will annexed.
Cattle—Steera, good, 39.00@10.00
IN THE NAME of the State of
A
10-5tc
Reservation, thence Wefct 1314
With which we put on soles
Hogs — Medium to choice, 39.25@ Oregon, you are hereby requir­
Coach Wallenta talked to all the 9.90.
with fine wire. No nails, no thread
feet more or less to the West line
ed
to
appear
and
answer
the
high school boys the other day and
of said Section Twelve (1 2 ), IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
Work is done same day it is re­
Lambs — Medium to choice, 111® complaint filed against you in the
promised them two more good games 12.50.
thence South 226 feet more or less,
ceived.
STATE OF OREGON FOR
above
entitled
court
and
in
the
above
away from hers if he could get
thence East 660 faet, thence South
Return parcel post prepaid.
Seattle.
UMATILLA COUNTY
entitled cause within four weeks
enough more to turn out to make
330 feet more or less to the South In the Matter of the Estate of
Wheat—Soft white, western white, from the date of the first publica­
two teams. As a result about 20 31.24%; hard winter, 81.22%; western
line of the Northwest Quarter of Susan A. White, Deceased
boys have turned out for practice red, 8122; northern spring, 81.24; Big tion of this summons and If you fail
said Section Twelve (1 2 ), thence
Notice of hearing upon final report
to
so
appear
and
answer,
for
want
since then. A big problem among Bend bluestem, 81.29; dark northern
East 660 feet more or less to the
Notice is hereby given that the
thereof
the
plaintiff
w
ill
apply
to
the players was how they could ar­ spring, 8140%; dark hard winter.
point of beginning, all being East undersigned, as administrator, with
the above entitled court for the re­
range transportation for some of the ♦1.35%.
of the W illamette Meredian,
w |lj annexed, in the above entitled
lief prayed for and demanded tn Its
boys who reside In the country
643 Main Street
Hay — Alfalfa, 825; timothy, 828; complaint on file In the above en­ together with all the tenements, he­ estate ha« filed his final report with
With the promise of regular trans­ P. 8., 822.
PENDLETON, OREGON
reditaments and appurtenances there the clerk of the above entitled court,
titled
matter,
to
wit:
,
portation which they now have
Butterfat—50c.
For judgment and decree against unto belonging or in any wise apper­ and that the judge thereof has de­
more country boys enlisted. They
Eggs—Ranch, 45c.
the
above named defendants George taining, be sold In the manner pro­ signated Monday, December 19, 1927,
put up enough fight for the regu
Cattle—Steers, choice, 39 25010.00. H. Martin, the same person as G. H. vided by law for the sale of real at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, ag the
X j j - » ITS ALUIAV5 FAIR UEATH’ i
( W h GOÛO FkLUOWSttT TO6fr4EQ ?<
lars, so that the team succeeds in
property under foreclosure under ex­ time, and the county court room in
Hogs—Prime, 810.00010.10.
Martin,
and
Emma
E.
Martin,
hus­
making great progress. With more
Spokane.
band and wife, and the defendant ecution to be issued upon said decree the county courthouse at Pendleton,
boys on the field. Coach Walenta ex
Cattle—Steers, good, 89.50® 10.
Stanfield
National Farm Loan Asso­ and that the proceeds from the sale Umatilla County, Oregon, as the
pects to finish those two games with
Hogs—Good, 83 50@9.60.
ciation,
a
corporation and each of thereof be applied to the payment place, when and where hearing shall
flying colors.
them for the ssum of 855.00 with in­ of plaintiff’s judgment in the am­ be had thereon. All persons interest­
M ilw aukee Granted 8500,000 Expenses. terest thereon at the rate of 8 per ounts aforesaid and for a further de­ ed are notified to then and there
The footbll game with Athena here
Chicago.—Federal Judge James H cent per annum from the 22nd day of cree forever barring and foreclosing appear and show cause, if any they
last Thursday was a hard fought Wilkerson here has authorized the re­ August, 1926; and the further sum all of the defendants in the above have, why the prayer of the report
game. The score was 18 to 0 in ceivers of the Chicago, Milwaukee & of 590.00 together with interest entitled suit of any and all right, should be granted, the administrât
We are all here to serve you to the
favor of the locals. Newell was St. Paul railroad to expend 8500,000 thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per title, claim or interest in and to the or discharged and his bondsmen ex-
best advantage. Come in and let
premises
In
said
mortgage
and
here­
responsible for one of the touohdowns tor betterments and replacements.
honorated.
annum since the 22nd day of Feb­
us demonstrate complete aervie»
inabove
described,
and
for
such
other
when he got away on a fake neai
th a t we render.
ruary, 1927, until paid; and the fur­
Dated at Hermiston, Oregon, this
the center of the field. Kennings
Notre Dame Is Beaten by Army
ther sum of $90.00 with Interest relief that in equity the matter may 7th day of November, 1927.
Leave your car
also made a good run but he was
New York.—The Army football team thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per require.
F. B. Swayze,
and
we will give it the very best cf
This Summons is served upon you
downed before he got clear there. supplied one of the greatest surprises annum from the 22nd day of Aug­
Administrator with will annexed
attention, or, we’ll do the job
The team will go to Pasco Friday of the 1927 football season by trounc­ ust, 1927, until paid and the fur­ by publication thereof pursuant to
while
you wait. D o n 't ta k e
10-5tc
ch a n c e s on h a p h a z a rd service.
November 18.
ing Notre Dame, 18 to 0.
ther sum of 82616.76 with Interest the order of the Honorable James
Let us be responsible for the prop­
thereon at the rate af 5 per cent Alger Fee, Judge of the above entitl­
er servicing of your car.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ed
court,
duly
made
and
entered
on
per annum from the 22nd day of
The tryouts to determine who
In the County Court of the State of
August, 1927, until paid and the fur­ the 4th day of November, 1927, di­
shall be on the class debating teams
Oregon for Umatilla County
♦SERVICE \ '
recting that publication herein be
ther
sum
of
$94.00
with
interest
will be held not later than Friday.
in tte Matter of the Estate
WITH A \
made
once
a
week
for
a
period
of
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per
All the classes are working hard to
of
S M IL E "
four weeks consecutively in the Her­
annum
from
the
5th
day
of
October,
make a successful debate team this
Benjamin H. Parsons, Deceased.
miston
Herald
and
that
the
first
pub­
1926, until paid and the further sum
year.
Notice is hereby given that the un­ IIERMISTON
Trained life-savers in the United of $27.35 with interest thereon at lication herein iB made pursuant to
dersigned
has been appointed admin­
SERVICE
States, qualified by the Rod Cross as the rate of 8 per cent per annum said order on the 10th day of No­
istrator of the estate of Benjamin
STATION
Mr. W’alter Warner went to Hepp­ experts in all phases of water safety, from the 9th day of August, 1927, vember, 1927.
F ^ A N K L IT T L E
H. Parsons, deceased, and ha8 qual­
ner over the week end. He went to now nutnbar 134,532 adults and until paid and the further sum of
J. B. Ryan,
PROPRIETO R
Juniors,
according
to
the
Life-Cvving
ified
as
the
law
directs.
All
persons
the Christian Eneavor conventon.
Raley, Rdley & Warner,
Service of the American Red Cross 5490.46, with interest thereon at the
having claims against said estate are
A. S. Cooley and
which reported 32,506 trained and -rate of 8 per cent per annum from
required to present the same to me
John F. Kilkenny,
The sixth, seventh and eighth qualified In the past year. This r:”r the 23rd day of August, 1927, until
Attorneys for plaintiff, postoffice at my office in Hermiston, Oregon,
grades sold candy Tuesday evening ber does not Include other thousnnib paid and the further sum of 5151.65
,10-5c with proper vouchers, within six
at the Passion Play. The funds go who were taught to swim.
with interest thereon at the rate of address, Pendleton, Oregon.
months from the date hereof.
Training courses conducted by the 8 per cent per annum from the 24 th
towards the tennis court. The total
Dated this 27th day of October,
Red Cross last summer brought out day of June, 1927, until paid and IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
recepts were 84.27.
1927.
Maternity Cases our Specialty
a uniformly high standard of pro the further sum of 58 00 with inter­
STATE OF OREGON FOR
W. J. Warner,
flclency. In addition, more than 20
UMATILLA
COUNTY
OUR MOTTO:
Miss Rose Donovan spent the winter training courses were con est thereon at the rate of 8 per cent
8-5tc,
Administrator
week end in Lewiston, Idaho.
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
ducted the past year. Swimming per annum from the 25th day of May In the Matter of the Estate of
••Institutes” at camps In Arizona. 1927, until paid and the further sum William C. White, Deceased.
Come and see ns about our now
Notice of hearing upon final report
Ruth Bensel and Nell Reeves went California, Indiana, Massachusetts. of 517.50 w ith Interest thereon at
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and reasonable rates. Graduate
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
the
the
rate
of
8
per
cent
per
annum
New
York,
North
Carolina,
Missouri.
to Hepnper during the week end.
In The County Court of the State of nurse in attendance at all times.
Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin, from the 30th day of August, 1927, undersigned, as administrator, with
Oregon for Umatilla County
"splash weeks’* and swimming and until paid and the further sum of
In the matter of the Estate
TELEPHONE 881
The American glee club gave
life-saving campaigns under Red Cross 5250.00 as attorneys fees in thlB suit
of
concert last Wednesday night at the auspices held in many States aroused and for plaintiff’s costs and dis­ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Robie B. Parsons, Deceased.
high school auditorium. The concert great Interest.
bursements in this suit and that the
IF
IT’S
Notice is hereby given that the un­
’The
experience
gained
during
the
was very good and everyone seemed
sura of 5150.00 as stock In plaintiff’s
dersigned has been appointed admin­
satisfied. There was not a large last few years Indicates that the dan bank, held in trust by said bank for
gers Involved In water sports can b<
istrator of the estate of Robie B.
crowd present. That showed that
eliminated through training and by the defendant Stanfield National
Parsons, deceased, and has qualified
people do not appreciate good music the adoption of water safety methods,’ Farm Loan Association, a corpora­
as the law directs. All peron8 hav­
when they get a chance to hear it. a recent Red Cross report stated tion, be cancelled and that the pro­
YOU WANT
ing claims against said estate are
The high school sold candy that
When our communities provide suf ceeds thereof be applied toward the
required to present the same to me
CALL 25-J
night. The money went for the ten
fletont swimming pools, bathing satisfaction of plaintiff’s judgment
at my office in Hermiston, Oregon,
We Haul
beaches, and skating places, and fur and decree and for a decree declar­
nts court.
COUNTRY HAULS SOLICITEl
with proper vouchers, within six
ul8h trained leaders unde whose guld
ANYTHING
months from the date hereof.
ance both adults and children may ing said sums to be first and prior
The "Passion Play" that was given enjoy themselves In safety, the num liens upon the real property herein­
ANYWHERE
Dated this 27th day o f October
In the high school building last Tues­ ber of preventable deaths through after described, under and by virtue
1927.
ANYTIME
TRANSFER AND DRAY
of plaintiff's mortgage and for a fur­
day evening, was given in the high drowning will be groatly reduced.”
W. J. Warner,
The Red Cross Is endeavoring te ther decree that the claim or inter­
school because the company can
TELEPHONE 31
8-5tc.
Administrator
neither commercialize nor denomina- supply trained leaders la water safety est of the defendants George H. Mar­
tionallze the film. Whatever of the so far as its facilities permit. To in tin, game person as G. H. Martin, and
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN’S SALE
gate receipts Is left after the com­ creese the effectiveness of this am Emma E. Martin, husband and wife;
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
pany's expenses are paid will go to other services, the Eleventh Annua Stanfield National Farm Loan Asso­
Roll Call, from November 11 to 21 ciation, a corporation; Carl Cashton
READ THE WANT ADS
STATE OF OREGON FOR UM­
the high school tennis fund.
will urge an enrollment of 5,000,o00.
ATILLA COUNTY
and Mrs. Carl Cashion, his wife, if
In the Matter of the Guardianship
The American Red Cross will ask any; The Bank of Stanfield, a cor­
J. M. Biggs und Mrs. H. E. Shese-
poration, and R. L. Elliott, Deputy
of
an
enrollment
of
5.000.000
member?
ly hae received Invitations to attend
Come in ark.
for the coming year, during the An Superintendent of Banks, in charge
the Person and Estate of Betty
a reception for state officers of thr
nual Roll Call, November 11-24 in of the Liquidation of The Bank of
Pearl Smith, a Minor.
renew it next
American Legion and the auxiliary elusive.
Stanfield, a corporation. Insolvent;
Notice 1« hereby given that the
to be held in the Elks temple in Port­
time
you an
and Rilla Conklin, Executrix Last
undersigned a« guardian of the per­
land, November 19.
bi
town.
Foreign Call« for Help
W ill of Peter Conklin, deceased, be
son and estate of Betty Pearl Smith,
Answered by Red Cross decreed subsequent in time and in­
a minor, and pursuant to .an order of
W. L. Rowe, assistant superintend­
ferior In right to p la in tiffs said
the above entitled Court made and
ent of the Yakima project, was here
mortgage and that the court further
Despite the unusual requirements
entered on the 20th day of August,
the first of the week to check over
Of relief In 77 disasters w ithin the
enter a decree foreclosing plain­
1927, w ill sell for cash In hand in
United States, the people of the
the crop census reports of the Her­
tiff’s said mortgage and directing
one parcel at private «ale upon sealed
country,
through
the
American
Red
miston district and the West Exten­
that the real property therein and
bids at the office of my attorney, W.
Cross, extended relief to sufferers
sion district.
hereinafter described, to-wtt:
J. Warner, In Hermiston, Oregon, all
in 20 disaster« in foreign lands.
The Northeast Quarter of the
the following described lands located
These included hurricanes in the
Southeast Quarter of Section Ten
W est Indies, deeotat.ng portions of
In Umatilla County, Oregon, and all
COMINO TO HERMISTON
(1 0 ), Township Four (4 ) North. I
Cuba, S-into Dom r ; p , Pcrto Rico,
belonging to said estate, as follows:
Range Twenty-nine (29) East of
the Isle of Pines, the Bahamas, and I
A pinter’s devil. The world and
Lots I I and l i In Block 15 In the
Now open in the room formerly
other Islands In the group; fires in
the Willamette Meridian, also
a wandering star. Thomas Elmore
Town of Hjwmiaton, Oregon, as platt­
A C K U P the family and
occupied by the W hite Tailor
H a iti and Porto Rico, floods In Mex- |
Beginning at the Quarter Sec­
Lucy, editor of the Missouri Mule.
ed In the NE% 8E% Sec. 10, Tp. 4N.
old
k
it
bag;
go
to
sunny
ice and j-io o a iiv ix . earthquakes m i
Shop.
tion corner between Sections Ten
Poet, humorist, platform entertainer
California for a few weeks, R. 38 E. W. M., and that said guard­
Japan, the Azores islands. Armen a
(10) and Eleven (11) In Town­
maker of smiles In a land of froien
ian
will
receive
bids
for
said
land
months
or
for
the
winter.
and Albania, and refugee relief oper­
— We Uae—
ship Four (4 ) North, Range Twen­
faces. Wandering minstrel extra­
from and after Monday, the 21st day
ations in Bulgaria, Syria, and China.
Visit ntovieland, orange groves,
ty-nine
(29)
East
of
the
Willam­
ordinary and the man with "forty
During the Eleventh Annual Roll
of November, 1927, and will sell said
the oil fields, beach resorts, big
ette Meridian, and running thence
funny faces," appearing under forty
Call, November 11 to 24, the Awiert
cities. Golf courses galorel
land to the highest bidder for cash,
can Red Crate w ill seek a member­
South 570 feet, more or less to the
different flags Ith a collection of rare
provided said bid is satisfactory to
FnefastUnieaPadA
ship of 5.000.000 to keep Its disas­
souvenirs at the Methodist church
Northeasterly Boundary line of the
the Judg« of the above entitled
ter
relief
and
ether
tervicee
con­
right of way of the Furnish ditch;
Thursday. November 14, at 8:15.
Court.
stantly ready for any call.
thence along the Northeasterly
Admission, 59 and 36 cents.
T h l, notice is published flour con­
in all our repair work and gner.
boundary line of the right of way
secutive weeks In the Her v isio n Her
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
of said Furnish ditch a8 follows, to J
antee
our materials and workman­
aid, • newspaper of general circula­
A ppoint Lafount Radio Commlaatonor
STATE OF OREGON FOR
wit: South 81 degrees 37 minutes
tion published weekly ln Hermiston, I ship.
UMATILLA COUNTY
Washington. D. C,—Preeldent Cool­
East 167 feet, South 40 degree«
Umatilla County, Oregon, and by
The Federal Land Bank of
idge hap appointed Harold A. Lafount
OUT OF TOWN WORK
02 minutes East 188 feet; South
posting the same notice in three pub­
Spokane,
a
corporation.
of Utai« to be * member of the federal
53 degrees 15 minutes East 181
lic
places
in
said
Oounty
and
State,
P laintiff
ALSO SOLICITED
radio commission. Lafount succeeds
feet. South 87 degre% 50 minutes
all in the manner and form as byi
vs.
Com ml «s toner John F Dillon, who died
East 101 feet; South 50 degrees:
c> „ Utf .
law provided.
George H. Martin, tame per­
about two months ago.
19 minute« East <5 feat. North 88 '
■■■«O8B,
Deled th l. 3Mb day of October, I H K R K I S T 0 N , O R E G O N
son as G, H Martin, and Etn-
Stye ^»nutatxn» tyralò
Communist Party Expels Trotzky,
Moscow. — The central communist
com a it tee expelled Leon Trotzky from
Publiahed every Thursday St Her­
miston, Umatllle County, Oregon by the communist .party. Others expelled
were Gregory Zlnovieff, Leo Kamenett,
Joseph S. Harvey, editor and man­
Radek, Snillga and Preobrashensky.
ager.
T h e B est
E q u ip m en t
M cK ay
SCHOOL NEWS
S ta p le r
Pendleton Shoe
Shop.
Let’s get together
Red Cross Meets
Heavy Demand for •
Water Safety Duty
H erm iston
H osp ital
SERVICE
H erm iston
T ran sfer
T . H. G aith er
LOW
Ha» Y our
Subscription
E x p ir e d ?
BOWMAN
SHOE SHOP
P
Modern
Machinery
—u