The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, January 05, 1928, Image 2

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    TH E EEBMISTOH TTBRArn,
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Published every Thursday at Her­
miston, Um atilla County, Oregon by
Joseph 8. Harvey, editor and man­
ager.
Entered as second olaas m atter
December, 190«, a t the p estoffice at
Hermiston, U m atilla County, Oregon.
Subscription Rates
One Tear ................................ ...... »1.0«
Biz M o n th s ____ _____________
WHAT TO DO
»LOO
and a lighter stand of alfaira which
Carry Their Hobbiee
have accompanied Indifferent cultiva­
With Them on Train
tion has reduced the yield. But
Most people tlilnk that commuter«
ch iefly for the second reason, which
Is the system of irrigation now gen­ spend their time on the train reading
tlie newspapers or chatting about
erally employed.
business. Playing cards Is also a
The project at first was Irrigated
well-known club car pastime for men
from furrows which carried the water who must Journey an hour or more
directly to none or very few of the on their twice-a-day trip. But there
plants and furnished moisture
to are other occupations.
nearly all by a lateral sub-irrigation.
Girls knit and sew on their way to
This enabled the plant to drive its the office and sometimes write letters
root system to considerable depth ou the morning express. Incidentally,
and develop a strong support fo r ; women seem to prefer novels to news-
grow th, w ith the reasonable result papers as they shuttle to and from
1 the Job. Then cross-word puzzles
of producing a heavy grow th of al­
keep some members of both sexes
falfa.
busy, some of them eagerly entering
The border system of free flooding the puzzle mazes on the station plat­
is now universally employed and u p ­ form before the train pulls in.
on the lighter soils the plant Is sub
Now and then a chess addict may
merged once in 7, 8 or 9 days through be observed with a pocket folding
the grow ing season. No plant thus board, working out profound prob­
flooded can recover and begin growth lems of the game. He weurs, con­
w ithin 4 days, hence half the work­ sciously or unconsciously, a mantle
of superiority In the presence of the
ing tim e of the plant Is lost.
cross-word puzzlers.
And again where new seeding Is i There Is considerable study done on
done the baby plant Is discouraged th(J commuters’ trains, usually by
from the first and develops fin ally a younger commuters.—1’hlluilelphi Led-
feeble root system only a few inches ger.
in depth and produces a grow th o f ,
— ■ ---- — ■■ ■
ITOU. OSXGOV.
Vancouver to Get Big Whisky Cargo. *nnu“> from the 28th day of Septem-
Glasgow, Scotland. — The biggest I ***r’ ^®2*’ u n til paid, and for the
shipment of whisky ever to leave this l ,urtber BUni ° f »350.0« as attorney's
;lty on one vessel was loaded on the I fee*’ and ior Pla*n tHf'8 costs and
iner Salacia which sailed for Van- di8b,,r8enieut8. taxed
at
»4 8.30.
ouver, B. C.. Saturday. The vessel wh,ch Mld decree ai»d Judgment and
will carry 100.000 cases of assorted | order ° f 8a*e bave been duly dock-
liquor and many casks totaling more Ieted and enro*,ed in the office of the
than 1,250,000 bottles.
| 8ald Court> and in and by which
said Judgment and decree and order
M_ , . ___ . ____. .__ .. . _
... .
I of sale It was directed that
the
,.,
•
I hereinafter described real property
Washington D. C - S e c r .t a r , of the
UmattIla Cou
Oregon.
„
Treasury Mellon said he is not a can I w itj,
the tenem ents, hereditam ents
didate for the republican presidential and appurtenances thereunto belong­
nomination and knows nothing about ing or In any wise appertaining and
a boom reported started for him.
also all of the estate, right and in ­
W in
SU C C ESS
I N B U S IN E S S A T
3 t o h n h f > ) O f t íK e r
•
i!
f a
l l i i
h ,»
V J « #
ST A R T N O W
In a fe w short m o n th s yo u can
be fillin g a p a yin g p osition en d
o n the ro ad to success. Y o u
can go w h e re yo u w a n t, b u y
w h a t you w a n t , B E w h a t yo u
w a n t, w h e n yo u c o m b in e ih e
a b ility w ith th e rig h t tra in in g .
terest of said defendants in and to
the same be sold by the S heriff of
U m atilla County, Oregon, to satisfy
The developm ent of land In near­
W r k e today fo r F R E E S U C C E S S Cat-
■log. W e tilled o ve r lOOO pooitioaa
said judgm ent and all costs.
ly any part of the country brings
last year.
Now, Therefore, I w ill on the 7th
w ith It plenty of problems. These
B e h n k e -W a lk e r
day
of
January,
1928,
at
the
hour
of
latter have a way of bobbing up to
B U S IN E S S C O L L E G E
2 o'clock in the afternoon of said
P o rtla n d
O -e s o n
disconcert us Just when we think the
day, at the front door of the Court
going has eased up a bit and we are
bouse in the City of Pendleton, Uma­
destined to travel at a less strenu­
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
tilla County, Oregon, sell all of the
ous pace. The Herm iston project is
right, title and interest which the
UNDER EXECUTION
no exception to this usual condition
said defendants, or either of them
Itg obstacles have been many. It
was destined origin ally to bring in
N otice is hereby given that by vlr had therein on the 7th day of Sept-
tue of an execution issued out of t h e |ember’ 1922■ or since then have ac
showers of gold as a fruit producing P‘ W h eT t h T ^ r d e r system I. used Humorous Talk Went
I I n h w J o f i A fit* * T h n t !Clrcuit Court of the State of Oregon “ulred or now have In and to the ,o1'
country, but It refused to fit into
upon meadows started and developed
Maternity Cases onr Specialty
A
777
,
. . .
,7 7
for C m atilla County to me directed low lng descrlbed Premises situated
such a destiny, and orchards that
by the lateral sub-irrigation, the re
A good Bret Harte story is told by
d delivered uDon » ludvm cn,
in U m atilla County, State of Oregon.
OUR MOTTO:
were planted In high hopes of wealth su its are more favorable.
William
H.
Crane,
the
veteran
actor,
ja
“
aellvered
uP°n
a
judgm
ent
and
"
When
and Independence were pulled out by
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
meadows require an irrigation only In “Footprints and Echoes." Bret i decree and order of sale rendered in | The East H alf of the Northwest
disgusted operators who had nearly
said court on the 5 th day of Decem­
once In 30 days, still less m ischief is Harte was engaged to deliver a hu­
Conte and see us about our n w
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter
everyone lost money.
ber, 1927, in favor of State of Ore­
done by the unnatural way of supply­ morous lecture in a small western
and
reasonable rates. Oradt».te
of
the
N
ortheast
Quarter
of
Section
city.
Just
after
he
had
started,
one
gon,
represented
and
actin
g
by
the
Then the project farms had a new
ing the m oisture to the soil.
nurse in attendance at all time s
35 Township 6 North of Range
of the deacons sitting on the stage World War Veterans State Aid Corn-
destiny fitted out for them. From
The project is very favorable for grabbed hold of his coat and whis- mission against Warren B. Ham ilton, I 35 E. W. M. containing 5 acres,
their acres alfalfa, kin g of forage
TELEPHONE 881
the production o f corn which is al­ pe7*<1:1.J
more or less,
. . .
. .
. ¡unmarried, in the suit therein pend-
crops, was to bring In w ealth. Such
ways irrigated from furrows, but if
Hold
on
a
minute,
1
want
to
make
fng,
whereln
the
sta
te
of
Oregon,
together
w
lth
the
tenem
ents-
heredl
a result did accrue for a number of
the corn was flooded as Is alfalfa, an announcement.
renresentes and nctino-
ie „ n r -.i J I tam ents and appurtenances thereunto
years when stands were new and war
Harte was very much
m nch a
s t o n is h e d
represented and acting by the World | . ,
,
astonished
the result would be disastrous.
W
ar
V
eterans
State
Aid
Commission
^ lo n g in g or in any wise appe, tain­
prices prevailed. A sharp reduction
These, those or they who fastened and stepped aside, while the deacoo
ts plaintiff, and the said Warren B iug and a11 of the righ t’ estate’ title
In the price of hay that came with
the border system of irrigation upon took the center of the platform.
Ham ilton, unmarried, and W. H. Al- and ,nlere8t ° f 8ald defendants in
post war adjustm ents slow ly convln
“Ladies
and
gentlemen,”
he
said,
the Hermiston project may have “ the
t ^le sam e’ sa |d lands to be
ced farm operators that alfalfa farm
after a pause, “Is Mr. Rogers l i bee were defendants, for the sum of I and
next m ove.”
»2,625.19, w ith interest thereon at 8oId at public auctlon to the highest
Jones in the hall?”
ing as a cash crop proposition with
R. C. CANFIELD.
There was a protracted pause hnd, the rate of 4 per cent per annum bldder for casb *n hand, the pro­
out livestock husbandry as a part ol
ng Mr. Jones failed to respond, the from the 3rd day of October 1926 teed8 of 8aid 8a,e to be applied to
the schem e was doomed to go the
We Haul
de" u ^ „ C??t.,DUrd :, k
,
unt" Pald- a»d for the further sum the sati8fa<*i°n <>* 8ald execution and
EQUIPMENT GOES WEST
same way as the dream of opulence
Many
truckloads
of
highw
ay
de­
,
u
7
r
®
,
P,*
H
,
8
"re
°
f
*300
"
attorney’s
fee,
and
for
the
“»
C08t8'
ANYTHING
w ith orchards as the medium
of
say tl,at
that his ,wif*
wife 1,a8
has Just
died.
.
7
c l rx.*.*
partm ent equipment, apparently fori to A
S,ly
Ja8t. dled'
Dated th is 25 day of November,
welth producer.
As everyone
In the
the small
city c..„
win ,, urther sum of $42.75 costs and dis-
ANYWHERE
L
As
everyone In
small ’ city
It seems to be a weakness of hum use helping keep the highw ay down lntlmntelv acquainted with Mrs. Jones, bursements, which said decree and 1927.
ANYTIME
R. T. COOKINGHAM.
an nature to seek the “ big strike, the Columbia river clear of snow, j jfarte'g task, giving a humorous Ice- I Judgment and order of sale have been
Sheriff
of
U
m
atilla
County,
Oregon.
went
w
est
through
Hermiston
early
ture,
was
far
from
successful.
duly docketed and enrolled in the of-
the one way In which to make money
TELEPHONE 31
i flee of the clerk of said court, and in I
As a matter of fact it la the except this week. Graders were used on
and by which said judgm ent, decree I
lonal case In w hich money Is made the highw ay In this district to re­
One Secret o f Succest
- and order of sale it was directed that I
by way of the sudden strike, or In move the surface snow to aid traffic.
A great deal of nonsense Is written
any spectacular fashion. If we get
about success. More poor advice, we the hereinafter described real pro-1
THE STORK
______
right down to canes, m aking money
believe, Is ______________________
given to the young on this perty in U m atilla County. Oregon, to- (
Mr, and Mrs. Lee Savely are the theme than on any other. The Cotir- |geth er w ith the tenem ents, heredita-
on the farm or range seldom ever Is
spectacular, except on the lips of an parents of a baby daughter, born age Brother type of magazine and Ihe ments and appurtenances thereto b e-|
eloquent talker who can condense Monday, December 26, at St. An­ Sympathetic Syndicate Sisters have longing or in any wise appertaining
perfected mass production on the se­ i and also all of the estate, right and I
the grim figh tin g, the long chances thony’s hospital.
crets of success.
Interest of said defendants In and tc
the battles with the off seasons and
...
.
„ .
i Recently a plain newspaper report-
Don’t forget t o tune up the old
the periods of depression Into a talf
O d Q id Rules Are Revived.
I er interviewing a great author, asked ¡the same, bo sold by the sh eriff of
For the hole family and use mod­
car and give it an overhauling so
requiring two hours to tell. Then
New York, N. Y.—After a short co- if he wrote only when Inspiration Umatllla County, Oregon, to satisfy
that it won’t balk and refuse to
ern machinery and the best of
we tnay get fu ll effect of the spec bate over the changes made early this came. “My dear fellow, no,” said Ihe sa’d judgm ent and costs,
join the party on New Year’s F,xe.
mterials.
Yon are assured of the
Doll it up and it will want to show-
tacular. But If we have the privl year In tho football rules, the Amor- { author. “I go to work each morning I W herefore, I w ill, on the 14th day
best of service in our shop.
off to its neighbors.
lege o f know ing Intim ately the men lean Football Coaches association ap- nt nlne ° ’r|ock and pound away seven | of January, 1928, at the hour of
We have just installed a new
and women who achieve
success proved a recommendation to eliinin- j or elg,lt hours. If 1 waited for moods ‘ two o’clock in the afternoon of said
♦SERVICE
V
inspiration«, 1 would do very day, at the front door of the court-
w hile they are achieving it, we know ate the alterations affecting use of
WITH A \
house ln the CHy of p e n(J, etolL Um.
that success Is a matter of slow the lateral pass and the recovery of little writing.
S M IL E "
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s
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o
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growth over a period o f years ac­ fumbled punts. The coaches voted In written In two words as ..... .........
IIERMISTON
cording to very d efin ite principles favor of returning to the 1926 rules Hard Work.—Harry Daniel, ln Thrift right, title and interest w hich the
said defendants, or either of them,
w ith the variable known as chance affecting these features.
Magazine.
SERVICE
had on the 18th day of September,
playing a greater or less, usually a
STATION
And are prepared to oil and re­
1922, or since then have acquired oi
minor, part.
F R A N K LITTLE
N o t W ork» o f Romance
P re tty Soft
pair your harness during the win­
PROPRIETOR
now
have,
in
and
to
the
follow
ing
B earing in mind the foregoing, we
Newspaper men called frequently to
"Explorers have found a tribe of
ter season. Ask us about this new
described premises situated In Uma­
may bring our survey up to date the offices of the United Stales Steel
half civilized natives In the wilds of
service.
and find that we are already success­ corporation to await for lengthy pe
the Asiatic Caucasian mountains tilla County, State of Oregon, to-w lt:
ful. Not In the measure of money rlo d s of ouleome of official meeting.«, called ‘maiden people by neighboring
B eginning at a point on the ♦
acquired, or of the things that money long wondered why Elbert IL Gary, tribes because they are ruled by wom­
North line of the Town of Helix, ♦
EP ITS
chairman
of
the
hoard,
apparently
was
w ill buy, perhaps, but from the
en,” reports Capper’s Weekly. “The
two hundied forty (2 4 0 ) feet West
point of view of a comm unity that so deeply Interested In romance. women of the tribe appear to have
from the N ortheast corner (set
Volumes of “Romances of History," carried feminism beyond the dreams
know s its Job, we are 'already suc­
corner ston e) of said Town of H el­
tccupled shelves In office cabi­ of civilized modern women, but not to
cessful. Econom ically, our Job Is to nets otherwise given over to busi
ix, running thence W est on said
farm. Some of us on the fringe are uess and reference books. A re the disadvantage of the men for tlie
YOU WANT
North
lin e five hundred fifty-four
women do all the work of the men
perform ing the other services that porter, growing Impatient one day,
(5 5 4 ) feet to the center of the
and the woman who provides the most
CALL 25-J
the comm unity needs and must have, sought to find in "romance*' respite luxuries for her husband and sons Is
County Road, running North and
from the weariness of prolonged wait­ most respected. All the men have to
but essentially we are all farmers.
South, thence North follow ing the
COUNTRY HAULS SOLICITEI
Fruit here, the dream of making ing, only to discover that the volumes do Is eat the food set before them,
center of said road four hundred
this a great fruit country, was one were merely fabric backs pasted on sleep, fish and smoke stone-howled
eighty feet (4 8 0 ) feet, thence
Ford grade Batteries for $9.50 and
cardboard,
a
camouflage
for
heaps
of
big mistake. A lfalfa was and 1s and
pipes which their women fill and light
East five hundred fifty-fou r (5 5 4 )
cutulogues, pamphlets and old papers. for them.”
your old battery.
Larger battery
TRANSFER
AND
DRAY
w ill continue to be our greatest sin ­
feet to the N orthwest corner of Let
for
$10.50
and
your
old battery.
gle blessing. But It needs to be
formerly owned by Mrs. L. E.
BeReee E arth H o llo w
used as one elem ent In general farm­
Communion IVitFi the G reat
Knives
and
scissors
ground
for lOo.
Rehm, thence South on W est line
The hollow earth theory bolds that
ing
The dairy cow, the hen, a pig
Imagine that we had It In onr power
of said Lot four hundred eigh ty
once In a w hile If there Is enough the earth or universe Is a hollow to call up the shades of the greatest
(4 8 0 ) feet to the place of beginn­
skim m llk on the place to feed him, sphere with the sun lu the center and and wisest men thnt ever existed nnd
ing, or being situ ate in the South­
a farm flock of sheep, the one or that we live on the inner surface 'of oblige them to converse with us on
west Quarter ( U ) of Section Two
two cash crops the Individual may Ids sphere. This is one of the tenets the most Interesting topics—what an
(2)., Township four (4 )
North
f the Koreslmns, a communistic body Inestimable privilege should we think
have a have a preference for— these
Range thirty-three (S 3) East of
Estero. Lee county, Fla. T lx col- It!—how superior to all common en
are the mediums of exchange that
W illam ette Meridian, City of H el­
nly was fonnibU by Gyrus It. Teeil. joyments! But In a well-furnished
Notice
are being used now and are destine
ix, U m atilla County. Oregon.
i physician, who u as horn al Utica. library we In fact possess this power.
The
annual
m
eeting o f the stock­
to be used In greater and even great­ S. Y„ I ii IfUM “ixorcslian" Is derived We can question Xenophon nnd Together w ith the tenem ents, hered­
h o ld ers of the Herm iston D airy &
from "Kore:li," Lie Hebrew word for Caesar on their campaigns, make itam ents and appurtenances thereto
er numbers by the Hermiston conn
The Koreshnns l«dd that Demosthenes and Cicero plead before belonging or in any w ise appertain­
Hog show will be held in the library
try to achieve success, which means Gyrus.
Saturday night, December 17, at 8
that Its eft Irens w ill secure as much Jesus was God Almighty and that ua. Join In the audience« of Socrates ing; and also all of the right, estate,
Teed was sent as the Messlnli on and Halo, and receive demonstrations title and interest of said defendants
happiness as they may.
o'clock, for the purpose of electing
earth. Although the central order Is from Euclid mid Newton, fn hooks , | n and to the same; said lands to be
directors and transacting such other
Our district has been "surveyed,”
celibate, their aim Is not to abolish we b.-.-e the choicest thoughts of the ^ | d at publ!c auction to the h ,Khegt
' business as may be necessary.
"Inventoried” and had other exam marriage, hut rather to purify IL
ablest men It) their best dress.—Aikin.
F. M. Gulwits, Secretary. 14-8
Illations conducted on It. These
bidder for cash In hand, the pro-1
searchings have all been o f real help
reeds of sale to be applied in satis­
E a tily Remedied
C.'eari ig Stair»
faction of said execution and all |
The greatest sin gle need of the dis­
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
Stairways do not wear lown at the I "T!- re's nothing really wrong with i costs.
Yoa
trict today Is for every resident to
N otice is hereby given th at the
liv e a t
apply all the common sense he pos­ snme rate on ho;ti sides nceerill«-! to 1 you.” r-id the specialist to the tnd-
Dated th is 6th day of December, |
undersigned, as adm inistrator of tho
o c o n o m ic a ily
sesses to his own problems and to a litilldcr The righi stile going up 1 turn patient, “from a physical point of 1927.
ob a t h o m e
estate of Thomas W illiam Peters,
the community problems that are of we-irs down most, lie mi , vn , Ins-an-e ; i lew. But your nerves are a little
R. T. Cooklngham,
;-eoi ile walking apstalrs do so witl, frayed What you need Is a holiday
deceased, has filed his final account
special concern to him.
Sheriff
of
U
m
atilla
County,
Ore-|
"tore effttrt (and conseqin-ul wear on apart from your friends and family
and report in said estate w ith the
1 hen we sbnll become conscious |he step) limu those .s.iulng dawn
15-5tc.
T 3 A C K U P th e fam ily and
In some quiet, restful spot where you Kon.
I Clerk of the County Court of the
*» a
nunlty of the success that flits Is es|Mninlly innlccalile III s l.ii
will be—If I may say so—close to
old k it b ag ; go to sunny
I State of Oregon for U m atilla County,
ady attained. May ways of soft innlMc where the right nature, nnd that sort thing."
California for a few weeks,
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
and that the ju d ge thereof has fixed
1»
th.
“May ns well get back to work
homely virtue, com- side o ittii will lx notched dcepiy
months or for the winter.
¡Saturday, the 31st day of December.
UNDER EXECUTION
place In the sun In while steps on the left hardly are t then."
1927, a t the hour of 10 o’clock A.
Visit movicland, ocange groves,
H
" W h »r
scratched.
dlstriet.
the oil field*, beach resorts, big
N otice is Hereby Given that by
XL, •*
*nd the county court
“Well, I’m a light house keeper."
cities. Golf course* galore I
virtue of an execution Issued out of
¡room in the courthouse at Pendleton,
C h ip O ff the O ld Block
¡U m atilla County, Oregon, as the place
Fm efast U n io n P a c if ic tn in .s f (o n )
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore­
OPPOSI., TO n o o DINO
F u lly Supplied
While the spelling lesson was p>
cn nn srliaaa v ia P o rtlan d o r i
for the hen ring of objections to such
gon for U m atilla County upoa a Judg­
"Funny thing to me that Huh ment and decree and order of sale
Ing on. the teacher gave the etnas
I a h aC ily .D i verser o u tc r
Editor H«
final si count and the settlem en t
Snucktcs
iloo
t
get
married."
remarked
words to use In sentences Address
thereof.
rendered In said Court on the 19th
If your rm ra w ill be Intrcsted | n Ing ten-year «»Id Junior, the drum inn
Mrs. I.ngg.
MICHAKT, KEATTNO,
a di ustdnn ,if irrigation please a l­ Ji’r'a son, she ashed. “Junior, will you
"What In tunketl does he want with day of November. 1917, In favor of
Aa adm inistrator o f the estate of
low me to «ay: Tb. yield of alfaira use the word banquet nrrvertly In a a wife?“ returned Ix fe Ixgg of Boo-' the State of Or. ^o» against John L.
Thomas W illiam Peter«, deceased.
ba" f*Uen off from Ila earlier yield sentence?"
ger Holler, “lie ’s got a ta a x wild Anderson and Laura D. Anderson, his
R aley, Raley * W arner. A. 8. Cooley
In every part of th e H erm l.ton pro­
After deep deliberation and a mt tlmt Is always on the p'lnf of eat­ w ife; EDlrn J. Boynton and II. E.
and John F. K ilkenny, A ttorneys
ject ch iefly for tw o re ano ns
Flrat, thought concerning his father's voca­ ing him up and a "*t crow that has Boynton, her husband, C. F. Collins
tor Administrator, Penleton, Ore­
“When the had Its tongue spilt and talks all the and Ms. Joe Keeler, for the sum of
the encroachm ent of cheat graas and tion, Junior replied:
—yaw
w
w
u
!
—
time."
—
Kansas
City
gon.
speaker
stepped
upon
tlx
plutfortn,
»2177.M , together
w ith
Interest J, c . W0VGHTEH, Agent
Juae gras« upon th« alfalfa crow»«,
, T>wes.
|t h a •baadoolt. *
i(1 3 -Ite )
thereo» at the rate of 4 per cent per
Oregon
Alaska Indian Woman, 118, Dead.
Juneau,- Alaska —Mrs. Skookum Jim
known as the oldest Indian woman in
southeastern Alaska, died here. Mem­
bers of her family said she was 115
years old.
Hermiston
Hospital
Hermiston
Transfer
Happy New Year
WE REPAIR
SHOES
Oiling
Vat
BOWMAN
SERVICE
SHOE SHOP
BATTERIES!
T. H. Gaither
LOW
FARES
TO
Pennock Battery &
Tire Shop