The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, October 25, 1928, Image 5

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IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE and to the above described real pro­
perty and every part thereof, at pub­
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
lic auction to the highest bidder for
COUNTY OF UMATILLA
cash in hand, the proceeds of such
In the Matter of the Estate
sale to be applied in satisfaction of
of
said execution and all costs.
John Bishop, Deceased.
Dated this 22nd day of October,
Notice of Private Sale of Real Pro­ 192?.
perty.
R. T. COOKINGHAM,
To whomsoever it may concern1
Sheriff of Umatilla County, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given: The, pur­
By Vera Case, Deputy.
suant to the Order of the Honorable 8-5tc
I. M. Schannep, Judge of the abovP
entitled Court, made on the 1st day of
September, 1928, the undersigned, as
LODGE DIRECTOR!
Administratrix of the Estate of
John Bishop, deceased, will from and VINEYARD LODGE NO. $0«. t O. O.
after the 20th day of October, 1928, F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
offer for sale at private sale for cash Fellows' hall. Visiting members eor-
or part cash and balance secured by dially invited.
first mortgage upon the premises, the W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
following described real premises be­
Cecil Warner, N. Q.
longing to said estate, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point 114 rods
PROFESSIONAL CARD«
north of the South-west corner of
the North West Quarter of Section
BOYD T. JENKINS, D. IL IK
34, Township 5, North Range 31,
associated with
E. W. M. Thence North 25 rods,
F.
V.
PRIME, D. IL D.
thence In a South Easterly direc­
tion 20.25 rods to a point. 9.7 rods
General Dentistry
North and 12.25 rods East of said
X-Ray and Diagnosis
starting point. Thence in a South Bank Bldg.
Phone Connection
Westerly direction 15.25 rods to Evenigs by appointment.
place of beginning, containing 153
square rods, more or less.
W. J. W A R N E R
Bids on the above property may be
made to the undersigned in person
Attorney-at-Law
or at the office of her attorney, C. Z.
i:s
Oregda
Randall, 24 Stangier Building, Pen­ Hermiston
dleton, Oregon.
JOSEPHINE BROWN,
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Administratrix of the Estate of John
Chiropractor
Bishop, Deceased.
3-5tc
I Treat both Acute and Chronic Dis­
eases.
Office across street from Hurly's
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
grocery.
Notice is hereby given that the
Phone 481
undersigned has been appointed exe­ Office Hours, 10 to 12; l:$ 0 to 6.
cutor of the last will and testament
Hermiston, Oregon.
of Mary E. Hoisington, deceased, in
COLUMBIA THEATER
MAKING THE MOST
OF IT
B—
Saturday and Sunday
“THE GIRL FROM CHICAGO”
A Warner Brothers picture starring Connad Ntagel and Myrna
la y . A girl of the Southland braves crooks, terrors and dangers
of the underworld to save her brotther from death.
We should all makae the most of our TIMD. our OPPORTUN$-
TIE8, our ADVANTAGES.
That Is real thrift.
Wednesday and Thursday
The railroad succeeded the stage coach In order to save time.
More time saved.
money as It is to save time.
It Is Just as Important
to
October 31 and Nov. 1
•BARBED WIRE”
Today It Is poslble to cross the lontlnent In less than two days,
by airplane.
HERMISTON ,0RE.
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October 27 and 28
Stsrring Pola Negri. It has been a long time since this star has
appeared on the screen here and it will be another long time before
we can get her again. The story s based on the late world war.
save
In fact, saving time means saving
money.
Saturday and Sunday
November 3 and 4
“WISE WIFE”
Starring Phylls Havre with Tom Moore. Jacqualine Logan and
Joseph Stricker. The eutranclng story of a woman who outflapp-
ed a flapper to regain the waning love of her husband.
First N ational Bank
<tf Hermiston
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000
V
F. B. S w ay», Pre«.
R. Alexander, Vice-President
A. H. Norton, Cashier
WANT ADS
FOB SALE
Foor sale— A new supply of adding
machine rolls at the Herald.
FOR SALE— Fine piano in storage
near Hermiston. W ill sacrifice for
quick sale. A snap. Write Tail-
man Piano Store, Salem, Oregon,
for full particulars.
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HERMISTON LOCALS
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DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
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FOR
At the Baptist-Christian church
Sunday, October 28:— Bible school 10
A. M. Morning worship 11, theme,
The Gospel of the Second Mile. Chris­
tian Endeavor 6:45 P. M. Evening
service 7:30 P. M. Rev. and Mrs.
Guy Drill in charge.
The special
evangelstic services will continue all
next week at 7:45. The expert fault
finder has no reason to be proud of
his accomplishment. A cordial wel-
cme to all. A. J. Ware, pastor.
RADIO— Good 5-tube set, nothing ex­
Jim Pearson, manager of the Black
tra to buy, bargain at $60. Enquire
and White, has returned tor the sec-
Herald office.
one time from a deer hunting trip.
FOR SALE— Small row-boat with Jim brought back several tracks each
trailer. See Dr. Boyd • Jenkins, time, and confidently stated that he
Hermiston,
5-tfc would go the third time, but the
season closed.
FOR SALE— No. 1 Netted Gem pota­
toes. Inquire A. C. Swarner. 8-lp
ELECTION NOTICE
FOR SALE— Good Gem potatoes 75c;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
40 lbs. sweet potatoes $1.60; at
home Tuesday and Saturday. A. D. a general election will be held In
Smith, 7 mi. southwest Hermiston. the City of Hermiston, Oregon at the
8-tc ‘City Council room in the Hermiston
Public Library within said City on
FRUITS AND MELONS
Tuesday, the 6th day of November,
1928 between the hours of 8 o’clock
APPLES, 25c and 35c box. Cider. A. M. and 8 o’clock P. M. for the
Deliveries made. Paul Miller. 7-c purpose of electing a Mayor, Treas­
urer, Recorder and Six Councilman
DELICIOUS APPLES, 50c and $1 -00
to serve for two years.
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box at Theo Beletskl.
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RE-ELECTION FOR
COUNTY RECORDER
OF UMATILLA COUNTY
General Election
N ovem ber 6, 1928
Paid Adv
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J. Perry Conder, Sr.
REPUBLICAN
the County Court in the State of Ore­
gon, for Umatilla County.
All per­
sons having claims against the said
estate are hereby required to present
such clainiB duly verified, and with
proper vouchers attached, to the un­
dersigned at the office of Raley,
Raley & Warner, In the First Nation­
al Bank Building, in Pendleton, Ore­
gon, within six months from date of
this notice, the-same being dated and
published the first time this 18th
day of October, 1928.
FLOYD E. HOISINGTON,
Executor of the last will and testa­
ment of Mary E. Hoisington, de­
ceased.
Raley, Raley & Warner, A. S.
Cooley, and John F. Kilkenny, at­
torneys for Executor.
7-5tc
H- S. McKENZIE, M. D*
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Emplre Bldg.
Pendieron, Oregon
JAMES L. SEARS, IL D.
Physician and Sargeon
Office Phone 7SS.
Res. Phono T il
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acnte and Chronio
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Fostoffioe
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appotntmenL
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 31$
HERMISTON, OREGON
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SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that under ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I
CANDIDATE
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and by virtue of -a-■wiiA.’rJZ execu­ ■
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tion issued out of the Circuit Court
C. W. KELLOGG,
FOR
of the State of Oregon in and for the
Cty Recorder.
FOR SALE— Winter apples, several 8-216 ^ '
County of Umatilla, under the seal
varieties,
cr Ip, bulh; bring
thereof, end to me directed and de­
THS MARKST«
boxes 'and eave money.
Floyd
livered upon a Judgment and decree
Portland
./L a ird , Hermiston awenue. 2-tfc
rendered and entered in said court
■ CALL US TO DO THE WORK ■
Wheat—Big Bend bluestem, hard
on the 13th day of October, 1928. in
FOR SALE— Rome Beauty and Wine- white, $1.44; soft white, $1.17; west­
FOR YOU
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favor of August Bensel, as plain­ a
sap pples, 30c box, 4 for $1. Carl ern white, $1.16; hard winter, $1.08%;
tiff, and against George Lamblrth
Schachermeyer, 4th unit.
6-2tc northern spring, $1.07%; western red,
Morrow and Umatilla
We Have the Trucks and
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and Pearle B. Lamblrth, his wife, ®
$1.09%.
Charles O. Porter and Leila Porter, ■ Experienced Men to Handle the *
CRABAPPLES, PEARS, PLUMS—
Hay — Alfalfa, $18@18.50; valley
his wife, as defendants, whereby the ®
Counties
Frank Allen's place. Phone 22-J. timothy $17@17.50; eastern Oregon
Business.
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plaintiff did recover a personal de­
48-tfc
timothy, $20.60@21.
cree against the defendants George S WE CAN FIGURE WITH YOU "
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Butterfat—55c.
Lamblrth and Pearle B. Lamblrth,
Good Delicious Apples, $1.00 per box.
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Eggs—Ranch, 24® 47c.
his wife, Charles O. Porter and Leila
J. D. Prindle.
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Cattle—Steers, good, $12 @12.50.
Porter, his wife, for the sum of
Hogs—Medium to choice, $7.75®
$1500.00 with Interest thereon at
1D8CELLARE0US
9.75.
the rate of eight per cent per an­
Lambs—Good
to
choice,
$11@12.
TO TRADE— Cows for sheep. F. A.
num from the 27th day of November,
Seattle.
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Wagner.
7-tfc
1926. the further sum of $81.70 with
Wheat—Soft white, western white, M
interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
$1.18;
hard
winter,
$1.09;
western
WANTED— Housekeepe r and cook
cent per annum from July 26, 1928,
® (Paid Adv.)
in small family. Apply this office. red, $1.10; northern spring, $1.08;
the further sum of $175.00 at­ ■ W A G N E R & F A N K 0 W ■
7-tfc bluestem, $1.46.
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torney’s fees, and the costs and dis­ ■ PORTLAND - PENDLETON "
Hay—Alfalfa, $22; timothy, $28.
FOUND— Australian shepherd dog.
bursements taxed at $34.60 and
Butterfat—64c.
TRUCK LINE
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Phone 28-J.
whereby it was decreed that the
Eggs—Ranch, 34® 47c.
mortgage dated on the 27th day of l ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
Cattle—Prime steers, $11@11.75.
WILL BUY a second hand hay baler.
May, 1925, executed by George Lam-
Hogs—Prime, $8 @10.10.
Marc. May, Echo.
6-2tc
birth and Pearle B. lam blrth, his
Lambs—Choice. $11 @11.60.
wife, to plaintiff, upon the follow­
Spokane.
FOR RENT— Small, modern house,
ing described real property In Uma­
Hogs—Good, and choice, $9.50®
close-in. Inquire Dr. Prime. 6-tfc
tilla County, Oregon, to-wlt:
9.75.
208 East Coart St.
The West Half of the Southwest
Cattle—Streets,
good,
$10.75@11.50.
FOR RENT— 5 room house, Hermis­
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
ton Avenue. Key at Mrs. Levi
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and the South Half of the North-
Reeder’s.
5-4tc
,west Quarter of the Southeast j
WANTED — Experienced girl for
Quarter of Section 27. Township 5 I
housework. Lester Hamley, Pen­
North of Range 29, E. W. M., con­
dleton.
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taining 40 acres, and the Northwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of
FOR YOU
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Four room furnished house dor rent.
Section 3 4, Township 5 North of
Inquire at Floyd Knerr's shop or
Range 29. E. W. M., containing 40
residence.
a Phone 139
Pendleton, Ore. ■
acres, all In Umatilla County, Oregon,
which mortgage was recorded on
Hermiston Second Hand Store. —
C andidate fo r
June 15th, 1925, at page 39 of book
Furniture and Hardware, Harness,
88 of the records of mortgages In the
Saddles, Wagons.
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office of the County Recorder of Uma­
REAL BBTATE EXCHANGES AND
tilla County, Oregon, should be fore­
on the Independent Ticket
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGG8. fe«
closed, and the said real property sold
ALTOR.
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by the Sheriff of Umatills County, j
“ Will work foa Equal Distribution of County Funds’’
Oregon, to satisfy said Judgment and .
The hay firm of Leathers * Little
all costs; therefore I will, on Satur-I
(Paid Adv.)
HORSESHOEING AND AUTO
Inc. have moved into the building
day, November 24th, 1928, at two
REPAIR WORK
on Main street, formerly occupied
o’clock in the afternoon of that day, 1
Wood
Work
and General Machine
by E. P. Dodd, where they will
at the front door of the court house¡
Work
continue to buy and sell hay, also
In the City of Pendleton. Umatilla ¡
real estate and fire Insurance. 5-4c
Your Patronage Appreciated
County, Oregon, sell all the right,
title and Interest and estate which
PRICES ARE RIGHT
STRAYED— From my ranch near
the said defendants, and all persons
Boardman, fresh Jersey breed cow.
claiming and to claim by. through
Finder notify Barlow service sta­
or under them, or any of them, had
tion and be well paid for their
on the 27th day of May, 1925, or
trouble.
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