The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 12, 1928, Image 4

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    «PPC H K B ig S T O y HTCRALTÌ. H EBM ESTO ff, OREO O H .
Almanac Traced to
Ghost Shift Said to
the Ancient Saxons
Roam the North Sea
Great Educators
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon ust, 1926 until paid; and the further
for Umatilla County to me directed sum of >90.00, together with inter­
and delivered upon a judgment and est thereon at the rate of 8 per cent
In the early days ot Greece it wa>
The North ecu has a Flying Dutch­
Tlie Iliac Is an oriental blossom,
decree and order of sale rendered in per annum since th« 22nd day of Feb­
customary to aunounce the Hr at day man o f Its o w n—a sort of ghost ship coming to us originally by way of
said court on the 2nd day of April, ruary, 1927. until paid; and the fur­
o f ttie month either through a herald whose aiqieuraiue is snperstltlously Turkey and Spain. It is supposed to
1928, in favor of The Federal Land ther sum of >90.00, together with in­
or placards pasted on the city walls l regarded by sailors as uu omen uf 111 be the Cower of love and lovers, mark­
Bank of Spokane, a corporation, terest thereon at the rate of 8 per
These placards were known as kal | fortune, I f out of death, to the be­ ing the heyday of spring. The love
against G. L. Dunning, same person cent per annum since the 22nd day
ends, or kolendae from the Greek, “ I holder. It was first reported by a lore of the “laylock,” to give It an
call or proclaim.“ The book of ac­ B ritish war convoy that le ft a Nor­ Old-world name Is varied and pleas­
as George L. Dunning, and Carrie N. of August, 1927. until paid; and the
counts referring to the days of the wegian port in November, 11117. Lieu
Dunning, hasband and wife; and further sum of >2,616.76 together
ant. A spray of while lilac, burled
year was known as a caletnlarlum. tenant Commander Fox of the Mary
Stanfield National Farm Loan Asso­ with interest thereon at the rate of
on the eve of a May tnooh, is a mid
heiare the word calendar. Kxcava
Rose counted twelve ships us they
land charm which maidens practiced
ciation, a corporation, in the suit 5 per cent per annum since the 32nd
tors ut I'ompell nave discovered a passed out of rig ht of land. Later an
believing that by the time the lilac
therein pending wherein the said The day of August, 1927 until paid; and
square block of marble that served the enemy raider attacked the convoy.
died they would have the lieurt of the
Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a the further sum of >94.00, with in­
Greeks as a calendar. Each side When Commander Fox counted the
man they desired. If as many lilac
corporation, is plaintiff and the said terest thereon at the rat^ of * per
served as a record o f three months convoy again there were thirteen.
petals as composed the name of a lov
G. L. Dunning, same person as George cent per annum since the ' 6th day
O llie r officers on the Mary Rope con
Euch month was headed by the prop
er were strung on triple threads of
L. Dunning, and Carrie N. Dunning, of October, 1926 until paid; and the
er sign of the zodiac, and contained firmed the number. No one had seen
white silk, and worn In a little hag
husband and wife; Stanfield Nation­ further sum of >27.35, together with
the thirteenth ship Join the convoy.
astronomical, ag ricu ltural and reli
next to the,heart, before next lilac
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
al Farm Loan Association, a corpora­ Interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
gious inform ation.
Verstegan. early One momenl there was blue seu spark
time came the lover would be won by
UNDER
EXECUTION
lexicographer, tracing the origin of Bug behind the tw elfth ship; the next
tion; Eva Bard; and E. B. Green are cent per annum since thg 9th day of
this secret charm. If you have lilac
Notice is hereby given that by vir­ defendants, for the sum of >240.00,
the stranger was s|ieeding along w ith
the word almanac, says:
In your garden no ghost can enter
August, 1927 until paid; and the fur- ’
"O ur ancient Saxon ancestors used the rest—a somewhat rusty craft
your house; If white Blue grows lie tue of aji execution Issued out of the together with Interest thereon at the ther sum of >490.46. together with
to engrave on certain squared slicks whose name had been so obliterated
side your door you will never he with Circuit Court of the State of Oregon rate of 8 per cent per annum since interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
about a foot In length, sometimes by long service at seu that II could
out love and luck; If you pluck a I"
~
for Umatilla County
to me directed the 11th day of July, 1927 until paid;
more, sometimes less, the courses id uol be made out.
spray of lilac without your lovers and delivered upon a Judgment and and the further sum of >6,978.32 cent per annum since the 23rd day
When the raide r’s attack began the
the moones of the whole yea re, where
knowledge when walking with him. decree and order of sale rendered In together with interest thereon at the of August. 1927 until paid; and the
hy they alwales certainly tell vvhull etranger was s till w ith the convoy
put one of Its petals In his drink ; It said court on the 2nd day of April, ¡rate of 5 per cent per annum since further sum of 1161.65. together
new moones, fu ll moones and changes When the enemy hud been driven off
with interest thereon at the rate of
he swallows It, he is yours forever anil
1928; in favor
day ot
of j July
1927 until 8 per cent per annum since the 24th '
should happen, us also their festival 1 the straugei had vanished as myste
. of The Federal
", Land¡the 11th ““y
u ij
a day. A “luck lilac,” usually found
as live
five divisions
divisions of i Bank of bP°kane, a corporation, a- , paid; and the further sum of >960.96 day of June, 1927 until paid; and the
dates; and such a carved slick they rlously us she Imd uppeured. The
on white lilac, has
Mary Rose was lost ill the skirm ish.
the petal Instead of four. If you*are i gainst
s a i"8t I. W. Dunning, same person together with interest thereon at further sum of >8.00, together with
called al molt lig h t: Ihai is to say. ill
The North sea phantom has ap
nam heed to wit, the regard or oh
In love, look for a luck lilac, swnllow ! as Ivan W. Dunning, and Helnia the rate of 8 per cent per annum interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
servatlon of all the moones, and peured, according to its growing leg
It, and your loved one will be faith Dunning, husband and wife; and'since the 1st day of June, 1927 un- cent per annum since the 25th day
l.ence Is derived the name almanac.''— end, several times since then, each
ful for all timel Thus love and lilac Stanfield National Farm Loan Asso- til paid; and the further sum of of May, 1927 until paid; and the
tliiq j as the precursor o f ill fortune
Delay It News.
are Irrevocably related.
elation, a corporation, in the s u it! >1,529.19, together with interest
further sum of >17.50, together with
to the beholder. She Is said to he a
therein pending wherein the said T h e: thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per
interest thereon at the fate of 8 per
smull warship or ugain a rusty freight
Federal
Land
Bank
of
Spokane,
a
annum
since
th^,
29th
day
of
June,
Are Stevenson’s Bocks
er, a haftcred schooner or a smull sea
Beds of Clay Reveal
cent per annum since the 30th day
corporation, is plaintiff and the said 1927 until paid; and the further sum
worn liner. But however she Is re­
to Stand Time's Test? ported,
the Passage of Time I. W. Dunning, same person as Ivan of >26.00, together with interest of August, 1927, until paid, less the
North sea sailormeu believe
The bishop of Durham in tils ora
Geologists can follow the tracks of W. Dunning, and Helma Dunning, j thereof at the rate of 8 per cent per sum of >150.00 credited on account
site bodes no gooiL
tion ut the Stevenson commemoration
the sun and tell the time, year by I husband and wife; Stanfield Nation- annum since the 15th day of June, of stock in the Stanfield National
dinner Indirectly raised the question
year, in geological ages—so ancient ;al Farm Loan Association, a corpor- 1927 until paid, less >400 credited Farm Loan Association and for the
l* AW
n IT
l l V ila A n ca AW
•• A
I 1» i l l '
_
whether physical disabilities are a Ink Blot Spelt Ruin
that A even
by i millions
of years
they
i atlon. G L Dunning, safne
person on account of stock in the Stanfield further sum of >250.00 attorneys
handicap to individual distinction la
fees, and for the further sum of
are hard to count.
for Engineering Firm
life. Ills observations suggest that
Not far from Stockholm there are a8 George L. Dunning, and Carrie National Farm Loan Association and >89.15 costs and disbursements,
N.
Dunning,
husband
and
wife;
In-'for
the
further
sum
of
>500.00
at-
A
big
B
ritish
engineering
firm
pul
weakness in one sense may he tin
some remarkable beds of clay, regn-
which said decree and Judgment and
in a hid for building a great bridge
luitli to greatness In auother. Itoheri
larly arranged in alternating bands land Irrigation Company, Inc., a cor- torney's fees, and tor the further order of sale have been duly docket­
Eouis Stevenson was an only son and for a foreign government. The head of sand and clay. These turn out to poration; Eva Bard and C. B. Green sum ot >21.05 costs and disburse
ed and enrolled In the office of the
of the business spent six months In
a chronic Invalid. Ills physical weak
be the layers deposited by the melt­ are defendants, for the sum of >199.- ments, which said decree and judg- clerk of said,court, and In and by
getting
out
plans.
His
bid
was
accept
Hess, like Scott's lameness and By
ing glaciers of the Ice age, each one 50, together with interest thereon at ment and order of sale have been
cd, the material bought in great
ro tis club foot, the bishop remaaied
laid down in the spring and summer the rate of 8 per cent per annum duly docketed and enrolled in the which said judgment, decree and or­
tended Io induce In him uu almost quantities, men engaged, mid inuchtn
when the sun was hottest And ss since the 27th day of January, 1927 office of the clerk of said court, and der of sale it was directed that the
ery built.
morbid cull of v irility .
there was u freeze-up each winter and until paid; and the further sum of in and by which said judgment, de hereinafter described real property
A time lim it was set for the com­ melting each summer, the layers be­
The bishop wound up his address
>5,373.27, together with interest eree and order of sale it was directed ln Umatilla County, Oregon, together
w ith a question to which Stevenson mencement and finis’ll of the bridge,
with the tenements, hereditaments
come almost as accurate in Index to thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per
that the hereinafter described real and appurtenances thereto belonging
enthusiasts of the present day would and one day the chief wus sittin g al
the antiquity of the Ice age as the an
annum
since
the
27th
day
of
Jan­
property in Umatilla County, Oregon,
udmlt o f hul one uuswer. When Ids tils desk perfecting Ills plans und
nual rings of a tree are to the age
uary, 1927 until paid; and the fur­ together with the tenements, hered­ or ln anywise appertaining, and also
making sure o f the smullest details,
hooks hud Io stand nakedly on tlieli
of the tree.
all of the estate, right and interest
merits would they he able to hold when lie accidentally upset an inkpot
Moreover, the same system of mens ther sum of >1,795.73, together with itaments and appurtenanceg thereto of said defendants in and to the
and
drowned
Ills
most
Im
portant
pa
Interest
thereon
at
the
rate
of
8
per
their own ugalnsl the rival claims id
belonging or in anywise appertain­ same, be sold by the Sheriff of Uma­
urlng geological time has now been
new works armed w ith all the subtle pers in a black sea.
extended over all Scandinavia, and cent per annum since the 29th day ing. and also all of the estate, right
In
a
fever
o
f
anxiety,
lie
tried
to
re
appeal o f direct relevance to the time
parts of India and South America. of June, 1927 until paid; and the ¡and interest of said defendants in tilla County, Oregon, to satisfy said
judgment and all costs.
.
construct Ills plans from stray notes.
present? When we think of the fu
Everywhere the layers appear to con- ¡further sum of >139.83, together ¡and to the same, be sold by the Sher-
Therefore. I will, on the 12th day
Wire over the W averly novels for long It was Impossible, and he then cabled
respond so closely in the variations nt ! with interest thereon at the rate of | iff of Umatilla County, Oregon, to
after they were published and of the the foreign government begging for
their thickness, year by
year, that ’ 8 per cent per annum since the 5th satisfy said Judgment and all costs. of May, 1928, at the hour ot two
.....................
o’clock in the afternoon of said day,
there seems no doubt they were laid day of October, 1926 until paid; and]
apathy regarding Scott In the present more time. T ills was refused und the
Therefore, I will, on the 12th day
contract repudiated. The loss drove
generation, no one can answer tie
down in corresponding years.—Baron
at the front door of the courthouse
the
further
sum
of
>1,133.66,
togeth-1
of
May,
1928,
at
the
hour
of
two
the firm into bankruptcy.
bishop's question dogmatically.—Week
Gerard de Geer. •
In the City of Pendleton, Umatilla
er with interest thereon at the rate o’clock in the afternoon of said day,
ly Scotsman.
of 8 per cent per annum since the at the front door of the courthouse County, Oregon, sell all the right,
Gas Fro m O il W ells
The Ninth Scout Law
3rd day of June, 1927 until paid; and ln the City of Pendleton, Umatilla title and interest which the said de­
Bad but Usable
A Cornish correspondent sends me
Vapor that rise from oil wells and the further Atm of >14.00, with in- County, Oregon, sell all the right, fendants or either of them had on
Verlaine, the French poet, once kohl the follow ing
which has hitherto gone to waste Is j terest thereon at the rate of 8 per title and interest which the said de­ the 22nd day of August, 1917, or
amusing experience
now being bottled and sold as fuel. cent per annum since the 16th day
since then have acquired or now
a sonnet to Gil Bias Illustre. He took w hilst he wus running a troop of boy
fendants or either of them had on
This vapor is obtained from wells that
o cub to the offices of the paper to col­ scouts In In d ia :
have, in and to the following des­
of
June,
1927
until
paid,
less
the
the
11th
day
of
July,
1917,
or
since
are In production or from wells that
lect the money. It was one cent it
" I was testing a smull Eurasian
cribed premises situated In Umatilla
>285.00 credited on account, then have acquired or now have, in
Hue. Sixteen cents. Not that there boy, twelve years old, for the 'Tender­ have been pumped out, and burns with [ j 8Um
County, State of Oregon, to-wlt:
an odorless gas flatne after it l.as of stock in the Stanfield National , and to the following described pre-
are sixteen lines In a sonnet In Paris, foot' badge and said;
The Northeast Quarter of the
Farm
Loan
Association,
and
for
thé
mises
situated
in
Umatilla
County
gone
through
various
processes.
but that the title and signature were
“ ‘What Is tlie ninth scout law?'
Southeast
Quarter of Section 10,
It Is first refined and compressed further sum of >500.00 attorneys.State of Oregon, to-wit:
paid for.
“ 'Sir, a scout Is llirlfte e .’
Township 4, North, Range 29, East ,
until it becomes a low-pressure liquid fees, and for the further sum of >22.-
On another occasion he sold a poem
“ 'W hat does th rifty mean?’
The West Half of the Southwest
of. the Willamette Meridian, also
that reassumes Its gaseous form on be­ 00 costs and disbursements, which
to Art et Critique for 5 francs, money
“ 'I know what I: means, sir.’
Quarter, and all that portion of
Beginning at the Quarter Section
ing released from the steel bottles lu said decree and judgment and order
down. Next day he returned to the
“ ‘Well, then, what does It mennT
the Northeast Quarter of the
editor and complained that lie had
Corner between Sections 10 and 11
which It Is stored. These bottles are L f sal have been duly docketed and
'"W e ll, sir (hesitating), It means
Southwest Quarter
which lies
been given n hail five-franc piece. The that It is veree slllee to spend anee attached to heating appliances hy
in Township 4 North, Range 29
North and West of the Furnish
editor Instantly gave him a fresh me, monee on a g irl.’ "
pipes and tubes. When the valve of .
,
x
,
. .
. . .
East of the Willamette Meridian,
Ditch,
as
the
same
is
now
operated
the
Jet
Is
turned
on
the
pressure
of
|
of
“
‘d
court,
.and
In
and
by
which
and then discreetly demanded the bad
This Is one way of looking at It,
and
running thence South 670
said
judgment,
decree
and
order
of
and constructed, all in Section
the gas forces it through an air mixer
coin.
but I should like to hear the views
feet, more or less to the northeast­
sale It was directed that the herein­
Twenty-six, Township Four North,
"Monsieur,” said Verlaine, depart­ o f the girl. Not a g irl guide, however.
similar to that of any gas range.
erly Boundary llne of the right of
after described real property In Um­
Range 29, East of the Willamette
ing, “ I have passed I t; hut I assure They are too independent.—London
way of the Furnish Ditch; thence
atilla County, Oregon, together with
you I had considerable dilllculty In do­ Post
Meridian,
Confucius G re at Sage
along the Northeasterly boundary
ing so.”
the tenements, hereditaments and ap­
Also Certificate No. 654 for 78
line of the right of way of said
The man whose memory has for purtenances thereto belonging or in
shares of the capital stock of the
Catchy Line
2,000 years aroused signal respect and anywise appertaining, and also all
Furnish Ditch as follows, to-wit:
Furnish
Ditch
Company,
a
corpo­
Counted Out
Jones Is uu angler who uses only
honor In China was a sage, not a
South 81 degrees 37 minutes East
ration
of the estate, right and interest of
Jacqueline Spencer, wag lold by her
the higher mid more expensive para
saint nor a founder of a religious
167 feet, South 40 degrees two-
old-fashioned grandfather, who once pkertiallu of his art. One day he was faith,
Confuclous took the best of said defendants in and to the same, together with the tenements, heredi- m l n u t e 8 E a s t 1 2 8 f e e t ;
followed the sea that she must walk
be
sold
by
the
Sheriff
of
Umatilla
taments
and
appurtenances
thereto
standing on the shore of a lake east
the various Chinese philosophers of
South 53 degrees 15 minutes East
to school herself every morning on lug Ills tiles without success, when
his day nnd formed a cult of his own, County, Oregon, to satisfy said Judg- belonging or in any wise appertain-
161 feet. South 87 degrees 50 min­
her two legs and must rely on u<>- along came a native w ith a good string
using as a basis five cardinal virtue
ment and a11 costs.
(ing; and also all of the right, title.
body else— that to bank on being of
utes
East 101 feet, South 60 de­
of trout. A fter watching Jones' vain
righteousness, knowledge; sincerity,
Therefore, I will, on the 12th flay e8tate and interest of said defendants
fered a lift In the motors of neigh
grees 19 minutes East 65- feet,
efforts for a few minutes ttie new
politeness and discrimination of good. of May, 1928, at the hour of two jn and (o tbe same; sajd jand8 to be
bors and acquaintances was a cheap comer ventured :• “ Why don't you try
North 89 degrees 55 minutes East
The wisdou of the Chinese Solomon o'clock
the afternoon of said d a y ,l8old at public auc’tion’ fo the’ highe'st
ami unbecoming policy for a 8|iem-er
worms?"
84 feet, North 0 degrees eight
so delighted the people that temples at the front door of the courthouse bidder for cash in hand the Droceeds
"R ely on nohedy else," finished the
“ W orm s!” said Jones disgustedly
were built in his honor, his wise sa.v in the city of Pendleton, Umatilla
m in u te s E a s t 8 3 5 fe e t;
of said sale to be applied in satisfac­
old man, an expert at weekday preach
“ My good fellow, you and I don't use tags were widely quoted and came to
and South 89 degrees 57 minutes
i County, Oregon, sell all the right tit­ tion of said execution and all costs.
Ing.
the same language."
be taught In the Chinese schools.
West 612.9 feet more or less to the
le and interest which the said defend­
"I can rely on two people,” quoth
“ Middle not, mister," said the other
Dated this 3rd day of April, 1928.
point of beginning, also,
•
ants or either of them had on the
Jacqueline.
quietly, us he held up Ills catch, “ but
R. T. COOKINGHAM,
Beginning at the Southeast Cor­
“ Who?"
T h e H obo Instinct
1 27th day of January, 1922, or since
I I reckon the fish understand me bet
Sheriff of Umtiiia County, Oregon
ner of the Southwest Quarter of-
"On God and myself,"
i ter when 1 drop 'em a line."— Vun
One of the primal Instincts of man then have acquired or now have. in
Il-S t
“ What about your parents?" asked couver Province.
the Northwest Quarter (SE Cor.
which refuses to be eradicated is the and to the following described prem-
he, fishing.
wanderlng urge. Tt originated, un­ ises situated In Umatilla County,
SW *4 NW % ) of Section Twelve
"Oh. they're ‘else.’ "
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE
doubtedly, from necessity. The need State of Oregon, to-wit:
Township Four North of Range 29,
Prehistoric Medicine
for changing hunting grounds and i
thence running North 550 feet
UNDER EXECUTION
Tubes of soft sonpstoiie used by a camp sites was always present In pre- ' The South Half of the Northeast
more or less to the line of inter­
Schools in Old Prisons
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
by
vir­
I prehistoric Indian shaman, or medi­ historic and early historic times. La ’ Quarter and all that portion ot the
section of such North running line
School Is being held In old Span
cine man, to heal the sick have been
Northwest Quarter of the South- tue of an execution issued out of the
ter when people settled down, found­
Ish fortresses as the first step In ' unearthed iieur San Diego, Calif., say*
with the first crossing o f the boun­
ed towns, and agricultural districts he- i east Quarter lying North of the 1ClTcult Court of the State ° f Ort,K°n
Americanization processes being car 1 Science. First blowing clouds o f smoke
dary
of the United Statee Govern­
Furnish
Ditch,
all
being
in
Section
‘for
Umatilla
County
to
me
directed
came established, the necessity for
rled on by the United States In I'o r ; tlireugli these lulies over the body of
ment Reclamation Cold^ Springs
this urge ceased to some extent. The
26.
in
Township
4
North
of
Range
and
delivered
upon
a
judgment
and
to Rico. Cells where once prisoners a patient, the medicine man pretended
Reservoir
Reservation,
thence
instinct of wishing to see new lands,
29. East of the Willamette Merid-, de.cree and ordpr of «ale rendered In
paced to and fro new contain desks
lie could se e Into the body. The pa
however, has continued and undoubt
North 51.28 degrees West for a
said court on the 2nd day of April,
tan.
Many of the classes are conducted lie
tlent was told he had been bewitched
edly that Is one of the reasons for liie
distance of 10 feet along the
hind barred windows and heavtly
Also Certificate No. 655 for 10 1928, in favor of The Federal Land
hy an enemy who laid injected Into
present popularity of motor camping.
boundary line of said Reservoir
shares. Certificate No. 711 for 40 Bank ° t Spokane, a corporation, a-
grated doors. Installed more than It»' Ids body a magical substance which
—Field and Stream Magasine.
Reservation, thence West 1314
years ago, and the somber walls are ' changed Into a toad, snake, rock or
shares. and Certificate No. 712 for ga,n8t CeorRe « . Martin, same per-
feet more or less to the West 1'ne
decorated w ith modern Mackboards | other object. Having located the ob-
34.80 shares of the capital sto ck '80" a" ° H- Martin, and Emma E.
Amerlcnn otllcers are learning ti i J ed . the shaman pretended to pluck It
of said Section 12, thence South
//«« Preference
of The Furnish Ditch Company, a Martin, husband and wife; and Stan­
speak Spanish and Porto Ricans, who out, producing as evidence, by slelght-
226 feet more or less, thence East
field National Farm Loan Associa-
A Scotch member ot a golf course
corporation.
are also enrolled in the Sixty fifth | of hand, the ofTendlng substance.
660 feet, thence South 330 feet
near London took a business friend together with the tenements, hered- "on, a corporation, in the suit there-
Infan try regiment nt Son hum are
more or les« to the South line of
for a day's golfing. After the morn­ itaments and appurtenances thereto
Pending
wherein
the
said
The
Fed-
learning the English language.
The
ing round they lunched very sparingly belonging or ln any wise appertain- eral ^ " d
the Northwest Quarter of said Sec­
Spokane, a corpor-
schools are maintained In El Morro
Excusable Error
on biscuits and cheese. “Man," cried ing: and also all of the right, estate. at,on- i« P o n t if f, and the said
tion 12, thence East 660 feet more
and Sun Cristobal fortresses.
The story described Its heroine as a the enthusiastic Scot as he gazed
or less to the point ot beginning,'
H- Martin, same person as
dumpling sort o f woman. 'The teacher through an open window, “this Is my title and interest of said defendants
all being East of the Willamette
In and to ths same; said lands to be
H M lrlln' and Emma E Martin,
tatii-cd and asked for a description of favorite course. Isn't It yours?"
T/ie Lorgnette Juggler
Meridian,
a noman of that kind.
sold
at
public
auction
to
the
highest
k
u,*
>and
and
wife;
Stanfield
Nation
“Kr—not exactly,” replied the starv­
This concerns a dancer whose lal
"Kite would he rather tall and thin," ing guest. ”1 should have preferred s bidder for cash In hand, the pro­ al Farm Loan Association, a corpor- together with the tenements, heredit­
enle are recognized In the two-a-day suggested a pupil. "No,” the teacher
aments and appurtenances thereto be­
and musical comedies. After making explained. "the lady would lie short good steak and onions."—Ixwdon An ceeds of sale to be applied in satis- a" on- Earl Cashion and Mrs. Carl longing or In any wise appertaining;
faction of said execution and all ¡Cashion, his wife, if any; The Rank
swera.
a hit In a show she suddenly weni ' and plnmp—like a dumpling."
¡of Stanfield, a corporation, and R. L. and also all of the right, estate, title
cauta.
ritzy and affected tall millinery. Her
“ Oh, yes,” said the youngster, "J
Intimates gave her tip, not being able i w is thinking of a noodle.”
Dated this 3rd day o f April. 1928. Elliott. Deputy Superintendent of and interest of said defendaats in
Finale
to tolerate her poses and speech af
R. T. Cooklngham, Sheriff of Banks, ln charge of the liquidation and to the same; said lands to be
The lecturer was emphasizing the
fectlons while knowing that she was
Umatilla
County, Oregon.
3>-St of The Rank of Stanfield, a corpor­ sold nt public auction to the highest
demoralizing effect ot divorce.
W e’re Poets at H eart
Illiterate. At any rale, they say that
ation, insolvent: and Riila Conklin, bidder for cash In hand, the yroeeeds
“Love," he said, "Is a quest; a pro
her maid at the theater inked her;
Though we may lielleve ourselves In posal, a request; the giving of a
executrix last will of Peter Conklin, of sale to be applied tn satisfaction
NOTICE OF SH ERIFFS SALE
“Have you any Idea where the pins ! tenrely practleal, we think in terms of daughter’s hand In marriage, a he
deceased, are defendants, for the sum of said execution and all eeetg.
are?"
: |H*try. The efficiency expert and the quest, and marrluge Itself the coo
UNDER EXECUTION
of >55.00. together with Interest
Dated this 3rd day Of April, 1928.
“1 regret very much," said the up I Statistician In us will, at unguarded quest. But what fo itivoreu?"
R T. Cooklngham. Sheriff of
Notice is hereby given that by vlr thereon at the rate'of 8 per cent per
stage one, "but I do not know where 1 moments, make way for the poet—
Voice from tlie audience—“The In tne of an execution issued out of t h e .a,,nu,n «Ince; the 2nd day of Aug-
Umatilla County, Oregon. > 2-|
the plus is.''—-New lurk Graptiic.
1 Aiuerlcau Magasin«.
quest."
Lilac A lw ays Blossom
of Love and Lovers
a so
The ten greatest educators of the
last two centuries, according to Doc­
tor Eliot s list, put forth in 1U25, were
florAce Mann, Adam Smith. William
Ellery Channing, Michael Faraday,
Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Stuart
Mill, Charles Darwin, Herbert Spen­
cer, Louis Pasteur and Joseph Ernest
Renan.
Doctor Eliot also suggested, as the
ten greatest educators of all time.
Aristotle. John Locke, Francis Bacon,
Immanuel Kant, Ralph Waldo Emer­
son, Claudius Galen, Isaac Newton
John Milton, William Shukespeuru
and Leonardo da VlncL