The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, November 15, 1928, Image 3

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HERMISTON ,0RE.
Saturday and Sunday
November 17 and 18
With Pleasure We Announce the Triumphant Return of
OLD
It Is hardly ossible to guard against growing old, but there la
opportunity to avoid NEEDY and DEPENDENT old age.
Thia safe­
guard la THRIFT.
Many people aeem willing to drift along from day to day and
Then when so Id they can no longer
toll for a livelihood, they find themselves dependent upon charity,
not a happy outlook by any means.
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COLUMBIA THEATER
SURE TO GROW
take chances n the future.
H im A U i >. - ^ n -A r T T T s f f; Ol
“ THE COVERED WAGON”
Still the greatest picture of all tim. You saw it once— now live it
again.
— Also—
Episode No. 3 “Heroes of the W ild”
Special Comedy
Children, 15c; Adults, 35c
Wednesday and Thursday
November 21 and 22
“A Band of Men Whose Sweetheart is Death,”
“The Legion of the Condemned”
The time to begin saving is
now, while you are earning.
With GARY COOPER and FAY WRAY
Children 25o___________________________ . Adults 50c
Saturday and Sunday
First National Bank
November 24 and 25
KEN MAYNARD IN
"’THE UPLAND RIDER”
Also Episode No. 4 “Heroes of the W ild”
And Comedy
of Hermiston
Capital, Sarplu» aad Undivided Profita O ver $50,000
I . B. Swayse, Tres.
R. Alexander, Vice-Presidtnt
A. H. Norton, Cashier
Greatness of “The Covered
Wagon” Remains Undimmed
J. M. BIGGS TAKES OVER
WANT ADS
m
SALE
-FOR SALE— Flour Holstein heifers,
abortion bested. Milk cow. 8. W.
Newell.
11-ltc
FOR SALE— Giant Bronze turkeys;
toms $12. The large kind, none
better. Cora Burroughs, Ione. Ore­
gon.
10-4tc
FOR SALE— Fine milk goat, house­
hold goods. Inquire at Herald of-
Hx*.
10-2tc
FOR SALE— Small
trailer. See Dr.
Hermiston.
row-boat with
Boyd Jenkins,
6-tfc
IFOR SALE— No. 1 Netted Gem pota­
toes. Inquire A. C. Swarner. 8-lp
FOR SALE— Good Gem potatoes 75c;
40 lbs. sweet potatoes $1.60; nt
home Tuesday and Saturday. A. D.
Smith, 7 mi. southwest Hermiston.
8-tc
FOR SALE— Six good young milk
t W i, also cream separator. A. A.
Ttsxilsen, lower Butter creek. 9-2tp
FRUITS AND MELONS
APPLES, 25c and 35c box. Cider.
Deliveries made. Paul Miller. 7-c
IFOR SALE— Winter apples, several
'varieties, boxed or in bulk; bring
boxes ana save money.
Floyd
Laird, Hermiston avenue. 2-tfc
,~~
Good Delicious Apples, $1.00 per box.
J. D. Prlndle.
3-tfc
TO TRADE— Cows for sheep. F. A.
Wagner.
7-tfc
Still the picture of pictures— still
HERALD OFFICE RECENTLY a novelty for the theatre going pub­
lic, is James Cruze's Paramount pro­
J. M. Biggs, local realtor, recently duction "The Covered Wagon” which
took over the management of the comes to the Hertniston theatre next
Hermiston Herald. Mr. Biggs in­ Saturday and Sunday.
tends to continue his real estate and
Some 500 prairie schooners, 100
insurance business in addition to pub­ horses, 600 oxen, hundreds of actors
lishing the weekly paper.
Mrs. J and 1000 Indians from six different
S. Harvey, who has had charge of tribes, go to make up this stupendous
the Herald office since Mr. Harvey production, still one of. the largest
left for Twin Falls, plans to leave ever presented to a motion picture
Hermiston the last of the week to audince.
Join her husband in their new loca
J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson,
tion. Mr. Harvey is now editor of Charle Ogle, Ernest Torrence, Tully
the Idaho Dally Times.
Marshall, Alan Hale, Guy Oliver and
John Fox are the principal players.
The picturization in adhering closely
to Emerson Hough’s novel, has lost
none of its force or interest. “The
Covered Wagon” tells a love story
that is different . Many difficulties
are encountered by Miss Wilson and
lferigan because of the fact that Hale
as Sam Woodhull, believes himself
engaged to Lois and he refuses to
tolerate Kerrigan’s attentions to her.
In the end, however, everything turns
out for the best.
CHURCH NOTES
At the Methodist church Sunday,
November 18. Sunday school at 10.
Morning worship at 11.
Epworth
League at 6:45. Evening worship at
7:45.
Now that we have had our hearts
warmed by the masterly sermons of
the past month let us put into prac­
tice what we have heard. Jesus
Christ needs every young person and
every adult in Hermiston. W ill you
help in carrying on His program in
the churches of Hermiston? We will
welcome you to Sunday school and
every one of the services next Sun­
day. O. W. Payne, pastor.
MRS. HOUSEWIFE:
....If you ars not now taking the Hermiston Herald because you
think you can’t afford it and depend on borrowing a copy from
a friend to read the home news, Just stop and lgure the savings
you can make in course of a year by having the paper regularly
and taking advantage of the bargains that merchants are offering
every week. The price of a subscription is $2.00 a year. The re­
turns to you in savings made by directed buying of advertised bar­
gains may be only $10.00, or they may be $50.00 a year. In either
oase, a subscription Is a dandy Investment.
WANTED-—Girls for general house­
Obragon’s Slayer Found Guilty.
work. Good wages for competent
San Angel, Mexico.— A Jury In the
help. Write or phone Mrs. James district court of San Angel returned
HIU, 110 N. Main at., Pendleton. a verdict of guilty in the case of Jose
Oregon.
10-tfc de Leon Toral, charged with murder
of General Alvaro Obregno, Mexico’s
WANTED— Turkeys, live or dressed,
prestdsat-elect, aad the case of the
also ducks, geeee. ehiekeas; high­
nun. Coneepcien, accused se -"Intel­
est market price paid. Columbia
lectual author” of the crime. Sen­
Valley Produce Co., Kennewick.
tences of death by firing squad for
Wash.
10-2tp
Toral aad 20 years’ Imprisonment tor
FOR SALE— 150 ewes. Roes Jones. Mother Concepcion were handed down
Gibbon, Oregon
10-itc igusediately by the Jud«« o fthe court.
William Green, president of the
American Federation of Labor, in
Washington, calls upon the workers
of the nation to support the twelfth
annual roll call of the American
Red Cross, November 11-29, In the
following statement:
“Through the American Red
Cross we find expression for some
of our noblest Ideals. It Is an st-
tectlvs Instrument tor magnifying
many times oar personal service
to humanity.
“In the face of great disasters,
when the injured and homeless run
Into the thousands, there la little
we can do Individually. Consolidat­
ing our strength througl member­
ship In this great organization, our
opportunity for service Is unlim­
ited.
We must not forget that every
day is a day of disaster to thou­
sands. Into homes where disaster
strikes your Red Cross goes In your
name to be friend and crunselor to
those u»ion whom misfortune has
laid her heavy hand.
“As President of the American
Federation of Labor, 1 hope and
feel confident that the workers of
the nation will respond to the Rod
Cross Roll Call and have a part In
this organization's great work.’’
(Signed)
WILLIAM GREEN,
President
American Federation of Labor.
— READ THE WANT ADS—
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby glven that the
undereignej has been appointed exe­
cutor of the last will and testament
of Mary E. Hoisington, deceased, In
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 claims 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 mbnths from date of
this notice, the same being dated and
published the first time this 18th
Jay 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.
7-5 tc
ana to the above described real pro­
perty and every part thereof, at pub­
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, the proceeds of such
sale to be applied In satisfaction of
said execution and all costs.
Dated Ibis 22nd day of October,
1928.
R. T. COOKINGHAM,
Sheriff of Umatilla County, Oregon.
By ’ Vera Case, Deputy.
8-5tc
LODGE DflHJBTtfkY
VINEYARD LODGE N®. 206, L O. O.
F. meets each Monday evening Iff Odd
Fellows’ hall. V tsltU g members eer-
dtally Invited.
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Cecil Warner, N . ®.
PROFESSIONAL GARBS
BOYD T. JENKINS, D. M. D.
associated with
F. V. PRIME, D. M. > .
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phoas Coaneetloa
Eveniga by appointment.
W. J, W A R N ER
Attorney-at-Law
Hermistoa
it!
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
I Treat both Acute and Chronle Dis­
eases.
Offlcs across street from Hurly’a
grocery.
Phone 481
Office Honrs, 10 to 12; 1:30 te 6.
Hermiston, Oregon.
H- S. McK EN Ziri, M. D-
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendleton, Oregon
JAMES L. SEARS, M 9 .
Physician and Surgpon
Office Phone 7SS.
Rea. PhoM
Til
Office in First National Bank
DR. DAVID 8. ROWE.
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chronic
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Pqstoffioe
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 212
HERMISTON, OREGON
To the
first h a lf-m illio n
new
Ford ow ners
At the Baptist-Chriatlan church
Sunday, November 18. Bible school
10 A. M. Morning worship 11 A.
M., theme "The Loaded Table.” The
ordinance of believers. Baptism at
the close of the morning service.
Christian Endeavor 6:45 P. M. Top­
ic, “What the Practice of Steward­
ship Would Miean to the World.”
Evening service, 7:45 P. M., theme,
"The Joy of Harvest.” The most
Christly llfe Is one which Is always
fceyed to the note of praise and
thanksgiving. A cordial welcome to
all. A. J. Ware, pastor.
Hermiston Irrigation District Notice
RADIO— Let me figure on your set.
The commissioner has notified the
Atwater-Kent or Bosch. Terms to
district that old subscriptions for the
suit. C. L. Upham.
"New Reclamation Era” expire with
WANTED— Housekeepe r and cook the December Issue. Those wishing
In small family. Apply this office. to renew their subscription or those
7-tfc wishing to become subscribers, may-
do so at the special rate of 36 cents
FOUND—Australian shepherd dog. a year. Subscriptions will be taken
Phone 28-J.
at the district office until November
30.
WILL BUY a second hand hay baler.
Marc. May, Echo.
6-2tc
Women To Attend Meet
FOR RENT— Small, modern house,
The regional meeting of the Par­
close-in. Inquire Dr. Prime. 6-tfc
ent-Teacher association which is con­
FOR RENT— 5 room house, Hermis­ vening In Pendleton the latter part of
ton Avenue. Key at Mrs. Levi this week will probably be attended
Reeder's.
5-4tc by a party of Hermiston women, re­
presenting the local organisation.
WANTED — Experienced girl for Mrs. F. V. Prime, president of the
housework. Lester Hamley, Pen­ Hermiston P. T. A. planned to motor
dleton.
22-tf up for the Thursday meeting accom­
panies a number of Other local re
Hermiston Second Hand Store. —
presentatives.
Furniture and Hardware, Harness,
Saddles, Wagons.
11-tfc
Auxiliary To Aid P. T. A.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGER AND
The American egion Auxiliary has
INSURANCE J. M. BIGGS. feE recently" decided to assist the local P.
ALTO*.
26-tfr T. A. in establishing hot lunches to.
the school children. More complete
Read The Herald Want Ads.
information w ill he available at t
later
date, since only tentative plans
PIANO FOR SALE Very reasonable.
Inquire' at thia office.
9-tfc have been made at the present time.
Labor Head Asks
Nation’s Workers to
Support Red Cross
¡H A U LIN G |
TO THE half-million
"attention. Yet that doesn't
and women who have re* mean it sfeonld be neglected.
eeived new Fords in the last Like every other fine piece
eleven months, there is no o f machinery, it w ill serve
need to dwell on the per­ you better and longer if
formance of the car.
given proper care.
,
Yon have tested its speed
on the open road. In traffic
yon have noted its quick ac­
celeration and the safety of
Us brakes. Yon know how
it climbs the hills. On long
tr ip s an d o v e r ro u g h
yon have come to
its easy-riding
Continuous driv­
ing has proved its economy
o f operation and low cost
of np-keep.
This is an invitation to
yen to take fu ll advantage
of the service facilities of
the Ford dealer organiza*
so that yon may «on­
to enjoy many thon-
of carefree,
motoring.
The point is this. Yon
in the
Ford. I t is simple in
of the best ma­
chined with
I t la so
in fact,
that b requires sur-
p r is in g ly l i t t l e
I
One of the best ways to
do this is to take your car
to the Ford dealer every 500
miles fo r oiling and greas­
ing and a checking-tip of
the little things that have
such a great bearing on long
life and continuously good
performance.
Such ai
car. To yon it means thou­
sands upon thousands of
miles of motoring without
a «are w ithout ever lifting
the hood.
Ford dealer»
have been specially
and equipped to
Ford. Yon w ill
In their
th e
fa ir in
to help yon get the i
possible oae *
fo r the lnngssl period at a
trouble
That la the
t r u e m e a n in g e f
Ford Sende®,
F ord M otor C ompany
SHERIFF’S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I
■
tnd by virtue of a writ of execu­ ■
I T ’ S A JO B O F «
tion Issued out of the Circuit Court ■ I F
>f the State of Oregon in ajid for the
lounty of Umatilla, under the seal
thereof, and to me directed and de­
livered upon a Judgment and decree
endered and entered in said court ■ CALL US TO DO THE WORK ”
>n the 13th day of October, 1928, in
avor of August Bensel, as plain­ 5
FOR YOU
S
tiff, and against George Lambirth
ind Pearlo B. Lambirth, his wife,
We Have the Trucks and
Jbarles O. Porter and Leila Porter,
Experienced Men te Handle the
lis wife, as defendants, whereby the
Business.
plaintiff did recover a personal de-
ree against the defendants George
WE CAN FIGURE WITH YOU
-Ambirth and Pearle B. Lambirth,
iis wife, Charles O. Porter and Leila
ON LONG HAULS
’orter, his wife, for the sum of
11500.00 with interest thereon at
he rate of eight per cent per an-
mm from the 27th day of November,
.926, the further sum of $81.70 with
¡lterest thereon at the rate of 8 per
¿nt per annum from July 26, 1S28,
tnd the further sum of $175.00 at- ■ W A G N E R & F A N K O W
orney’s fees, and the costs and dis-
■ PORTLAND - PENDLETON
•urser.ients taxed at $34.60 and
■
TRUCK LINE
vhereby It was decreed that the
nortgage dated on the 27th day of
lay, 1925, executed by George Lam-
lirth and Pearle B. Lambirth, Ipie
■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I
vife, to plaintiff, upon the follow-
ng described real property In Uma­
tilla County, Oregon, to-wlt:
The West Half of the Southwest
20« East Conrt St
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
nd the Couth Half of the North-
AMT AND
, west Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter of Section 27, Township 6i
North of Range 29. E. W. M„ con-
'aining 40 acres, and the Northwest!
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter o f 1
FOR YOU
3ectlon 34, Township 6 North of j
Range 29. E. W. M., containing 401
icreg, all in Umatilla County, Oregon,! ■ Phone 139
Pendleton, Ore.
which mortgage was recorded on
June 15th, 1925, at page 39 of book
88 of the record« of mortgages in the
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office of the County Recorder of Uma­ S W V W 4
tilla County, Oregon, should be fore-j
closed, and the said real property sold:
by the Sheriff of Umatilla County, i
to keep in m ind the
Oregon, to satisfy said Judgment und
all costs; therefore I will, on Satur­
fact that in addition to
d ay,. November 24th, 1928, at two:
p rin tin g this news*
o'clock in the afternoon of that day.:
at the front door of the court house
paper we do job work
tn the City of Pendleton. Umatilla!
oi
any land. W h en
County, Oregon, sell all the right.]
in
need of anything
title and Interest and estate which
the said defendants, and all persons
in this line be sure
claiming and to claim by, through
or under them, or "any of them, had
on the 27th day of May. 1925, or
since {fipn have bad, or now have. In ;®®eo»»<»eaosss>asiii$$$®®
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