The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, October 17, 1929, Image 5

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    f-Hjc HBBMlfiTOar m anAT.n,
and Eva M. Auseon, his wife J A
Campbell and Amelia Campbell, his »150.00, stock as in plaintiff’s com-
Dated this 11th day of October,
wife, and The National Pig Company P a n t set out; and for the further 1929.
* corporation, in the suit therein sum of 8250.00 as and for attorney's
TOM B GURDANE,
pending wherein the said I. L. Patter- ees, and the further fum of 833.60 Sheriff of Umatilla County, Oregon.
costs
and
disbursements,
which
said
<7-5tc)
eon, as Governor of the State of Ore­
decree and judgment and order of
gon, Hal Hoes, as Secretary of State
of said 8tate, and Thomas B. Kay as sale have been duly docketed and en­
State Treasurer of said State, com­ rolled in the office of the Clerk of
said Court, and in and by which salp
posing a board of Commissioners for
TOR SALE— Ford trunk; Ford deliv­
NDENCB
the sale of State lands of said State, judgment, decree and order of sale It
ery; Chevrolet touring; trailer;
and for the Investment of funds aris­ was directed that the hereinafter des
Emmett McCoy is away on a few
BARGAINS
in
USED AUTO
ing therefrom, under the name and cribed real property In Umatilla days' vacation from his position as
FARTS; we buy ca n ; we cell can ;
County, Oregon,
style of “STATE LAND BOARD," is
come in and look them over. Her­
The Northwest Quarter of thi signal maintainer on the railroad.
miston Auto Wrecking House. B. Plaintiff, and the said Frank J. Aus­
Northwest Quarter of Section
F. Pierson, Owner.
4-tfc eon and Eva M. Auseon, his wife; J.
Will Grabell left a few days ago
Twenty-six,
in Township Four
A. Campbell and Amelia Campbell, his
for Embler, Oregon, where he has
North
of
Range
Twenty-nine,
East
FOR SALE— Fresh grape Juice |1.25 wife; Monroe M. Glaspey and Miata
work for the winter.
of the Willamette Meridian,
gallon furnish your container. At V. Glaspey, his wife; The National
together
with
the
tenements,
heredi­
Marble’s vinyard % mile South of Pig Co., a corporation; H. R. Waldo
O. Coryell and O. E. Davis return­
town, phone 481.
4-tfc. and Mrs. H. R. Waldo, his wife; and taments and appurtenances thereto ed from their five day hunting trip
belonging or In anywise appertain­
A. H. York, were defendants, for the
empty handed but not a bit dis­
Burk's tor Bargains.
3-tfe sum of 84000, together with Interest ing, and also all of the estate, right
couraged. They are waiting for an­
and
Interest
of
said
defendants
in
thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per
TOR SALE—At my ranch.
and to the same, be sold by the Sher­ other year to come around.
annum from the 8th day of Febru-
iff of Umatilla County, Oregon, to
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Musgeave, C.
Young.
I.
l ' h r 8um Qf ,3 0 ° “■ »«orneys fees satisfy said judgment and all costs.
N. Wilson and Mrs. C. Jackson all
THEREFORE,
I
will,
on
the
16th
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» - iM and for plaintiff’s costs and disburse-
day of November, 1929, at the houi of Monument. Oregon, were week-end
XADIES EOoHose— 8 pair f l . Burk's. ments ,n thla su,t- t « e d at 855.25,
of two o’clock in the afternoon of visitors at the W. C. Isom home.
4 8 -tfelwblch sald decree and judgment and
They bought 24 boxes of winter ap­
have
docketed said day, at the front door of the ples from Ed Bensel of Hermiston
im
n
B
i
i
r
n
s
~
a ■order
u of sale in
i the been
y duly
docketed
TOR SALE OR TRADE— One four-
and enrolled
office
of the
clerk courthouse in the City of Pendleton.
to take home with them.
ovse potato digger. S. L. Carson, of said court, and in and by which Umatilla County, Oregon, sell all the
48-tfo|said judgment, decree and order of right, title and interest which the Lyle Sailing was appointed road mas
said defendants, or either of them had
sale that
It was
directed that the herein-
TOH satf __T T T
11 was “irected
the herein
on the 2nd day of February, 1922 ter to fill the vacancy left by the
or since then have acquired, or nov death' of his father last week.
W. Felthouse.
j
County. Oregon, together with
______________ ___ __________ g trc ‘be tenements, hereditaments and ap- have, In and to the following des
Mrs. Ollie Coryell is taking Mrs.
cribed premises situated in Umatilla
FOR SALE— Plano. Mrs. M. A L en -|pUrtenanceB ‘hereto belonging or in
Grieve's place as teacher in the
County, State of Oregon, to-wit:
hart.
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6-4tp anywise appertaining, and also all of
The Northwest Quarter of the Intermediate room for a few days.
the estate, right and interest of said
Northwest
Quarter of Section
defendants in and to the same, be sold
Gwenith Cory and Nelly Lelcht
MISCELLANEOUS
Twenty-six, In Township Four
by the Sheriff of Umatilla County,
visited with Vonna Jones last Sat­
North
of
Range
Twenty-nine,
East
Oregon, to satisfy said Judgment and
urday.
of the Willamette Meridian,
NOTICE— Strayed from my ranch all costs.
together
with
the
tenements,
heredi­
I will, -“<
on = *»*
the “ 23rd
Wednesday, October 19, one black I THEREFORE,
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Mrs. W. C. Isom, who has been in
and white spotted Holstein spring-1day oI November, 1929, at the hour taments and appurtenances thereto
belonging or in any wise appertain­ bed for several weeks, is now gett­
■er about two years old. A reward of two o’clock in the afternoon of ing; and also all of the right, estate, ing about again on crutches.
. . . . w ill be
uo g given
„ en ior
to r-|sald day' at the ,ront door of the
'Of . 85.00
for in
infor-
title and interest of said defendants
matlon leading to the recovery o f |cour‘ boU8e in the City of Pendleton,
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Mother, Baby, Go Home.
this animal.
Sylvan - Pearson. 7-cl I Umatilla County, Oregon, sell all the in and to the same; said lands to be
Mrs. Uria Lenhart and baby. Shir
right, title and interest which the sold at public auction to the highest
TOR RENT — Five room modern said defendants Frank J. Auseon and bidder for cash in hand, the proceeds ley Louise, left the Hermiston hos
house, furnished. H. E. Hanby. I Eva M. Auseon, his wife, or either of of sale to be applied in satisfaction of pital Wednesday afternoon.
8-tfc them had on the 21st day of Janu- said execution and all costs
I. OBXGOif.
WANT ADS
COLUMBIA THEATER
HERMISTON ,0RE.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
IRRIGON NEWS ITEMS
™
ern. For
Waghorn.
“ X
u
a ,” n b ' a
" ,” “ a
D 1 Umatilla County, State of Oregon, to-
7-« c |w lt:
Try Burk’s For Bargains.
S3-tfo| The South Half of the Southwest
—— ——— -------------------------- --------,. Quarter of Section 2, Township 4
INSURANCE— Eire, Life, Auto— “In-1 North Range 28, E. W. M.
sure In sure Insurance.** J. M. I together with the tenements, hered­
Ria®s-
itam ents and appurtenances thereto
Hettnlston Seeond Hand Store. — j belonging or in any wise appertain-
Furniture and Hardware, Harne«, I‘ng; and also all of the right, es­
and '“ Interest
of saia
said aeiena-|
defend-
, Wagvna.
1 1 - tate,
t f e title
I “““
lore8>- ut
I ants In and to the same; said lands
82-ttoll° be 80,4 Bt pubUc auctlon to the
Bnrk’s tor Ladles’ Shoes.
I highest bidder for cash In hand, the
FOI RENT— Modern house. Inquira. proceeds
of sale
to be applied in satls-
,
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25-tfp (faction of said execution and all coats.
Harald office.
Dated this 15th day of October,
1929.
TOM B. GURDANE,
The Harald Want Ada.
Sheriff of Umatilla County, Oregon.
HUNTERS CAFE
A meeting w ill ba held on October
26 nt 2 P. M. in the Columbia school
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS RATE
UNDER EXEC U ’l l ON
house tor the purpose of passing the
annual school budget. All interest­
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ed will please attend.
by virtue of an execution issued out
ARMISTEAD CARTER, Clerk. of the Circuit Court of the State of
(8 -Itc)
Oregon for Umatilla County, to me
delivered a upon
— —
IU directed
44WVVOM sv and
aaaa tavaawavaa
ag/v/aa «* a Judg-I
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON FINAL ment and decree and order of sale
OTCPOBT
I rendered In said court on the, 7 th
In the County Court of the State of day of October’ 192#’ ,n faTor of tbe
Oregon for Um stilla CounTy
l F*daraI Land Bank
8pokan’ ’
corporation,
against
James
F. Lane;
In the Matter of the Estate
Cora Lane, same person as Cora F. I
of
ary k E. . uugnes,
Deceased
.Lane; and the Stanfield National 1
Mary
H u gh«, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the Farm 1x11111 Association, a corpora-
undersigned administrator of the ee- ‘lon> and each ot them. In the suit
U te of Mary E. Hughes, deceased, has therein e n d in g wherein the Mid The
filed his final report with the Clerk FederaI Land Bank ot Spokane, a
of the above entitled Court and that I corporation, is plaintiff, and the said
the Judge of said Court has deslgnat- Jam“ F- Lane and Frankie 8. Lane,
ed Saturday, the 19th day of October, Ihig w lfe'" Cora Lane, same person as,
1929 at 2 o’clock in the afternoon as Cora F. Lane, unmarried; Stanfield
the time, and the rooms of the above National Farm Loan Association, a
entitled Court in the County Court corporation;
Northwestern Trustl
House in Pendleton, Umatilla County, Company, a corporation; Northwest-
Oregon as the place when and where ern Trust Company, a corporation.
Irrigation Com-
hearing is to be had thereon. All
__ ¡Trustee; Inland
Inc.,
a corporation; Carl I
persons interested are hereby notified pany,
u oyd
to then and there appear and sh o e III. Johnston;
and
cause, if any they have, why said re-1 ¡Smith
Smith as receiver of the North-
Trust
Company, a cor-
sn o u ia not
n ot be
oe approved, tn
<*a-1 western
w v b l c iu
a iu o v
port should
the e ad-
mlnlstrator discharged, his bondsmen poration, are defendants, for the sum
exhonerated and the esU te closed.
of 9165.00, together with interest at
Dated this 19th day of September, the rate ot 8 per cent per annum
1929.
since the 2nd day of Auguet. 1929,
OWYN L. HUGHES,
until paid; and the further sum of
Administrator. 8105.00, together with interest at the
l-5 tc
______________
rate of 8 per cent per annum since
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
the 2nd day of F«hruary. 1929> UBtn
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paid; and the further sum ot 9105.00
UNDER
EXECUTION
-
iio
g e tn e r w
itu l Interest
u ie ic s i at m the
jc
■
j »«*» u
together
with
rate
of ii
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 8 per cent per annum since the 2nd
by
Issued out day of A
August,
ny virtue of an execution issued
ugu«, 1929, until paid: and
- State
_ . of . I the _ m
__a«__ ___
_ of 92.721.92,
941 A9 to- I
of the Circuit Court of . the
further
sum
Oregon for Umatilla County to m e' gether with interest at the rate of 6
directed and delivered upon a judg­ per cent per annum since the 2nd
ment and decree and order of sale day of August, 1929, until paid; and
r ndered in said court on the 14th the further sum of 9120.00. together
day of October, 1929, In favor of 1. L. with Interest at the rate of I per cent
Patterson, as Governor of the State per annum since the 27th day of
of Oregon. Hal Hose, as Secretary of April. 1929 until paid; and the fur­
State of « Id State, and Thomas B. ther sum of 941.20. together with in­
Kay, aa State Treasurer of Mid 8tate, terest at the rate of 8 per cent per
composing a board of commissioners annum since the 18th day of July,
for the sale of State lands of said 1929, until paid; and the further
State, and for the InvMtment of sum of 917.00. together with Inter­
funds arising "therefrom, under the est at the rate of 9 per eent per an­
_
e f “8TATE LAND num since the 19th day of April.
■*•• the oum of
UOARP," against Frank J. Auseon J H f, «Wttl
THE MASTER EPIC OF THE AMERICAN WAR ACES.
WINGS
The story of the
Men who Fought the War in the Air
A TRIBUTE TO THEIR GALLANTRY—THEIR DARING—THEIR
PATHETIC DREAMS
NOTE—Due to the length of this production there will be but one
»how starting at 7:45.
WEDNT STAY—THURSDAY
“ THE VEILED WOMAN”
A DRAMA OF HUMAN LT.TO—JIT MAN LOVES — AND HUMAN
EIÍ0T0I S
K e W 8 _____________ __
Lady Lion
Coming!
Meets first and third Thura-
lay. Legion Auxiliary meet,
second and fourth Thursday.
Legion Hall.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
A. 0. R0ENICKE, D. M. D.
associated with
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Building
Phone Connections
Sundays and Evenings by apoiat-
ment.
ALFRED W. CHRISTOPHERSON
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 733.
COMING— Cold Weather
--Get Ready
WOOL SHRTT, WOOL DLALTIETS. WOOL SOCKS, ETC.
LFaTHER COATS
SV,TATERS, Eté.
BLAZERS
HFAVY SHOES
SHEEP LINED
RUBBERS
WINTER FOOT
GLOVES
WEAR
CAPS
FOR HER and
VOTIER, ETC.
h s M c K enzie , m . d -
Eye. Ear- Rose and Throat
Office; 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendleton. Oregon
1 Treat both Acute and Chronic Dis­
eases.
Office: Two doors wrst of postoffice
Phone 481
Office Ilnurs, 10 to 12; 1:30 to I.
Hermiston, Oregon.
HERMISTON PARDER SHOP AND
BEAUTY PARLOR
Mr. and U n . Shaar, Prop. Phone 481
Telephone 901 Night or Dsay
CHAPEL. FUNERAL COACH AND
SANITARY PREPARATION ROOM
Ambulance Service
Herinistou Avenue
•J. L. VAUGHAN ■
208 East Court St.
ANY AND
Hermiston, Oregon
-SPECIALS-
MONDAY
Comet Brand Rice Flakes .
Res. Phone 712
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
W . J . W ARNER
Attorn ey-at-La«
Hermiston
i:i
Oregoa
Lunch Counter«, Tables and Booing
SATURDAY
HERMISTON POST NO. 37
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
COATS
THE MOST FOR THE LEAST
TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
(7-Bte)
NOTICE
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 299, I O .f t
P*. meets each Monday evening in Odd
Fellow,' hsli. Visiting members cor­
dially invited.
VV. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Gwynn Hughes, N. O.
PRANN FUNERAL SERVICE
Meals Served, Cooked as at Home
C. W. Jenkins, Prop.
LODGI DIRECTORY
23c
2 Pkgs f o r ........................................
Chain store bargains ev;ry Satur­
day are good. But ever; day bar­
gains are seven times as good.
Everthing
Electrical
FOR YOU
Phone 139
BURNHAM’S
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Pendleton, Ore.
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HERM STOÏT, OREGON
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour 39c
I’iain or Buckwheat .................. .....
No.
2 1-2 Size Apricots .
3 Can« for .
.
69c
No. 2 l-2BrokenSlc. Pineapple 53c
2 Cans for
25 oz. K.C. Baking Powder . 19c
Ter can ..
HtIRLY CASH GROCERY
Phone 521
We Deliver
WEBBER’S CLEANERS
THE
D A LLES,
OREGON
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
Oct. 16 -17
M A IL
ORDERS
PROM PTLY
Announcing a New Service
that cuts repair bills
Performed by means of a new invention, the
Alemite Gear Flusher, which cleans the gear cases
thoroughly. Quickly, too. Removes all the old
grease along with abrasive matter that causes
destruction to gears. Ask for
alemite
Gear Flushing Service
Authorities now say to
clean out transmission
and differential every
2,500 miles. Then, by
refilling the gear cases
with 'A lem ite Trans­
mission Lubricant you
will always enjoy easy,
noiseless gear shifting,
and freedom from rear-
end repairs.
P IL L E D
R IELMAN R OTORS
NO HUNTING SIGNS
Now ready
H ERM ISTO N H E R A I
It will rrprire you how much
' we ran Bavc you during the year
' on yovr shoe bill. All we ask is
j that j’ou bring your shoes to ns
i (or repairing in nmpie time so ws
ran do a good Job.
A Full lia e Of
SHOE OILS
BOWMAN
SHOE SHOP
SCHOOL PLROLLMENT IN-
C. HA .5 OVER LAST YEAR
VI* h the
si!.dents that en-
>oi d1 ring tho
'rr;d the !.
t
enroll: rnt is now
.■ c'k. the toil
ltrgar Han
to Frank Shaw,
/ear, ccore!
superinti ndent. The largest enroll­
ment in the high school last year
i as 110. while the present attend­
ance Is 105.
•
The elementary enrollment of 205
i at th" p esent time exceeds the num-
' re enrolled at any time last year.
I Tka largest total registration last
j year was 199.
tending the srhnola acenis to Indi-
mlst'in, according to Mr. Shaw, par-
Ischool lias taken about 28 pupils