The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 16, 1928, Image 2

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THE HBBMlSTOir HERALD, HERMISTON» ORTOOJf.
play a team made up of the local j SUMMONS, Equity No. 4497
teachers and the boys will play the ; To Thomas If. Marxen, the above
town team or the American Legion i named defendant:
Published every Thursday at Her. five.
In the name of the State of Ore­
mlaton, Umatilla County, Oregon by
gon you are hereby required to ap­
Joseph 8. Harvey, editor and man
INCOMES ON OREGON FARMS
pear and answer the complaint filed
ager.
against you in the above entitled
Continued From Page One)
matter and in the above entitled
Entered aa second elase matter
court within four weeks from the
December, 1901, at the pestofflce at feed available which is the economic
date of the first publication of this
Hermiston, Umatilla County, Oregon. basis here.
summons, and If you fail to so ap­
Dairying Prospect Good
pear and answer, for want thereof
Dairy situation Is favorable with the plaintiff will apply to the above
Subscription Rates
Increasing demands for products,
One Tear ..................................... 92.09
entitled court for the relief prayed
without corresponding national in­
Six Months .....
91.09 crease In production, though high | for and demanded in its complaint
on file In the above entitled matter,
quality of butter must be produced. to-wit:
Little
alarm
need
be
felt
over
ship­
“To thine own self be true, and it
For judgment and decree against
must follow ns the night the day, ment of cows from state, as they are ’ the defendant, Thomas N. Marxen,
being
fully
replaced
with
better
ones.
thou canst not then be false to any
Surplus eggs of this state comprise \ for the sum of 91,493.34, with Inter­
man.”
but a small percentage of the total | est thereon at the rate of 10 per
production. National volume will i cent per annum from the 28th day
Political Season Opens
be little affected If Oregon product- i of December, 1926, until paid, and
Even without looking at the calen­ ion Is doubled or trebled. The poul­ for the further sum of 9175.00 at­
dar and finding for ourselves that try business .In this state Is funda­ torneys’ fees, and for plaintiff's costs
the primary elections are to be held mentally sound but depends as much and disbursements in this suit, and
within three months, there are cer- on safe management as on current for a decree declaring said sums to
be first and prior liens upon the real
tain Indications that bring home to egg prices.
us the fact that we are about to have) Apple production has reached its property hereinafter described under
again the privilege of taking a direct' peak In the northwest. Larger units and by virtue of plaintiff’s mort­
hand In governmental business by production at low cost ts vital to gage, and for a further decree that
naming candidates.
I profits. Little If any increase in the mortgage described in plaintiff's
Interest ig being displayed all a- Bartlett pear acreage is warranted, complaint, which was recorded In the
long the line from national affairs, Feach production can be improved office of the County Recorder of Um­
down to community politics. While In quality and grading with profit, atilla County, State of Oregon, on
no public announcements have been though no great acreage expansion | the 28th day of January, 1926, at
made, several men who aspire to Is warranted except under exceptional page 485, in book 88 of the Records
county offices are already actively at growing and marketing conditions. of Mortgages for Umatilla County,
work trying to guage public opinion
No Increase in acreage of bram­ Oregon, be foreclosed and that the
to ascertain their chances. The same bles can be recommended except in premises therein described, situated
is true as to the legislative offices. localities of exceptional cultural con-!?“ Umatllla County, State of Oregon,
Sheriff Cooklngham. will undoubt­ dltions and marketing facilities. to-wit:
Lots 5 and 6 in Block 1 in the
edly run again for the republican Vegetable growing for canneries Is
original town of Hermiston, as
nomination. He was nominated four on the increase in Oregon, having
platted in Section 10, Township 4
years ago on an independent ticket. expanded more than 300 per cent
North of Range 28, E. W. M.,
He has made no public announce­ since 1920. Walnut markets are be­
ment but is already at work. Whether ing affected somewhat by fluctuat­ together with the tenements, hered
he will have opposition in the pri­ ing production In competing areas. itaments and appurtenances thereun-
maries is still problematical, thj igh Filberts are remaining more stable. t > belonging or In any wise apper­
that there has been much talk that
The complete report contains de­ taining, be sold in the manner pro­
Tom Gurdane, until recently chief of tailed figures and trends on which vided by law for the sale of real
police at Pendleton, joint captor with recommendations are based.
property under foreclosure under ex­
C. L. "Buck" Lleuallen, of Wm. Hick­
ecution to be issued upon said decree,
man, will be a candidate for the re­
and that the proceeds from the sale
NOTICE
publican nomination for sheriff.
Notice is hereby given that the thereof be applied to plaintiff’s Judg­
Lleuallen has also been mentioned. undersigned will, on Saturday, the ment in the amounts aforesaid, and
Locally quite a few persons have 24th day of February, 1928, at the for a further decree forever barring
evinced a desire to vote for H. A. hour of 10 o’clock A. M., in the First and foreclosing the defendant in the
Pankow for sheriff, but he has no National Bank of Hermiston, in Her­ above entitled suit of any and all
political aspirations and is giving miston, Oregon, sell the following j right, title, claim, Interest and es-
the matter no consideration.
described notes in favor of John tate in law or in equity and all equi-
In the presidential race the name Marshall and Annie Marshall, or ty of redemption in and to said prem­
of Herbert Hoover, secretary of com­ either of them, and held by him as ises and every part thereof excepting
merce, is much in the foreground as Trustee, to the highest and beet bid­ only such right of redemption as
far as republican politics are con­ der for cash In hand, to-wit:
shall be allowed by the statutes of
cerned, with others being talked of
1. Note of Samuel H. a n ’ • 1- the State of Oregon, and for such
to quite an extent. Governor Smith
nabelle H. Boardman, datcj the other relief as to a court of equity
Is receiving most publicity of the
4th day of November, 1923, uce may seem meet and proper in the
democrat possibilities.
9550.00, upon which there is n v premises.
Carl Abrams hus announced as a
due 9350.00 together with inter­
This summons is served upon you
hads of the republican prty.
Hal
est at 8 per cent per annum from 'by publication thereof pursuant to
the ordinary amount of interest In the
the 24th day of October, 1925.
the order of the Hon. James Alger
E. Hose has resigned as private sec­
2. Notes of Alex Wilson, dated Fee, judge of the above entitled
retary to Governor Patterson, presum­
May 5, 1920, face 8300, upon court, duly made and entered on the
ably to make his formal announce­
which there is now due 8153.75. 30th day of January, 1928, directing
ment in the near future, if the
together with Interest at 8 per that publication hereof be made once
chances look good to him.
cent per annum from the 5th day a week for a period of four weeks
All in all, It looka as if the politi­
of May, 1920.
consecutively In the Hermiston Her­
cal pot may boll hard enough thia
3. Note of John F. Gorham, ald, and the first publication hereof
spring and fall to arouse more than
dated January 26, 1924, face 8100, is made pursuant to said order on
the ordinary amount of lnteret in the
together with Interest at 8 per the 2nd day of February, 1928.
electlona. That is as It should be.
cent per annum from the 26th day
Raley, Raley & Warner, A. S.
There can not be too much Interest
of January, 1924.
Cooley and John F. Kilkenny, at­
displayed In selecting servants of
4. Note of Joe Curran, dated torneys for plaintiff. Poetofflce ad'
government.
June 7, 1921, face 8602, upon dress, Pendleton, Oregon.
22-5tc.
which there is now due the face
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
WKATZWAT
amount together with Interest at
(In the Seventh Grads)
8 per cent per annum from the 7th
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
day of June, 1921.
STATE OF OREGON FOR
Stanton, the secretary of war, had
6. Note of T. E. Hendrick an,
UMATILLA COUNTY
an uncontrollable temper.
He often
O. L. Waggoner, dated November
In the matter of the estate of Will­
flew into fits over the conduct of
8,1920, face 850, upon which
iam T. Lambert, deceased.
the war. One day he started some
there Is now due the face amount
Notice is hereby given that the un­
fiery criticism about a general before
and interest at the rate of 8 per
dersigned has been appointed admin­
President Lincoln. The longer he
cent per annum from November 8,
istrator of the estate of William T.
talked the angrier he grew. At last
1920.
Lambert, deceased, and has qualified
President Lincoln said. "Why not
6. Note of T. E. Hendrick and
as the law directs. All persons hav­
write a letter to thts general, telling
Eshter Hendrick dated October 19,
ing claims against said estate are re­
him Just what you think of him?"
1920, face 8160, upon which there
quired to present the same to me at
Stanton said, "A good idea. I think
is now due the face amount, to­
the First National Rank of Hermis­
I will try It." The next day he
gether with Interest at the rate of ton, Oregon, with proper vouchers,
showed the letter to Lincoln. "Ex­
8 per cent per annum from date within six months from the date
cellent. excellent," said Lincoln.
thereof.
hereof.
"You told him Just what you think
7. Note of Frank Fartlow, dat­
Dated this 26th day of January,
of hint. Now what are you going to
ed November 15, 1920 face 825.68. 1928.
do with It?” “Send It to him of
upon which there is now due the
F. B. Swayxe, Administrator. 10-5
course." Stanton said. "What would
face amount together with inter­
you do with It?” Lincoln answered,
est at 8 per cent per annum from
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON FINAL
”1 would put it In the waste basket
the date thereof.
now that you have relieved your
REPORT
8. Note of Mike Marshall, dated
mind.” After a few momenta thought
September 5. 1921. face 81227.00
without a trace of anger left Stan­
upon which there is now due the
THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
ton threw the letter in the waste­
TATE OF OREGON FOR
face amount together with interest
basket.
UMATILLA COUNTY
at the rate of 8 per rent per an­
Written by Marguerite Sunstrup
In the matter of the estate of Ma­
num from the date thereof.
9. Note of Mike Marshall, dat­ ry C. McLane, deceased.
ATHENA MIXES DATES AND
Notice is hereby given that the
ed Jure 15. 1920, face 81.054.32.
undersigned administrator of the en-|
upon
which
there
is
now
due
the
FAILS TO SIOW FOR GAMES
face amount together with inter­ late of Mary C. McLane, deceased,,
est at 8 per cent per annum iron: ha« filed his final report with the'
Due to a misunderstanding In the
clerk of the above entitled court and i
the date thereof.
dates of their schedule Athena high
that the Judge of said court has de­
10.
Note
of
Mike
Marsbvtl
<*»,.
school basket ball teams did aot
ed November 1. 1920. face 9863.00 signated the 25th day of February, I
come to Hermiston Inst Friday night
upon which there Is now due the 1928. at 2 o’clock in the afternoon j
The large crowd was disappointed as
face amount together with inter­ as the time, and the monte of the.
thia pronttaed to be a close game.
est at the rate of 8 per cent per above entitled court In the county
After refunding the admission fee
court house at Pendleton. Umatllla I
annum
from the date thereof.
Coach Walenta announced that a
County, Oregon, as the place when ;
F. R. SWAYZE.
game between two teams to be made
and where hearing Is to be had■
up of the whole squad would be As trustee for John and Annie Mar­
All persons Interested are.
shall.
24-lc I I thereon.
played for the benefit of the crowd.
hereby notified to the* and there
Logan Todd wae »truck by an attack
¡appear and show cause. If any they
of eprlng fever and donned a uni­ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 have, why said report should not he
form to work It alt. The game was
STATE OF OREGON FOR
'
tpproved. the administrator dlerharg-l
faat and interesting but with many
UMATILLA COUNTY
«ded. his bondsmen exhonerated aad
foils.
The First National Bank of
the eetate closed.
This Friday the twain play the
Hermintan, Oregon, a corpora­
Dated thia 26th day of January.
Uriatllla five on the local floor. It
tion, plaintiff
1998.
wilt be a double header
oB Fri­
va.
Robert B. McLane, Admiatstrntor. j
Œh» t y n t t t a W Errali)
day the high school girls team will
Thomas N. Marxen. defendant
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