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    THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1937.
THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON. ORFCON
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FARM CO-OPERATIVE DIVISION
M E SSA G E
t-E-C-A
Q uestions, and m any of them are
being asked by farm ers who live
w ith in th e are a to be supplied w ith
elec tricity by th e U m atilla E lectric
C ooperative association.
N a tu ra lly
th e re should be, for there are many
facts to be learned and m any plans
m ust be made. It is not the purpose
of these few lines to answ er all ques­
tio n s th a t m ig h t be asked because
we do not know all th e questions
an d n e ith e r do we know all th e an ­
sw ers. H ow ever, it will be possible
to answ er enough of them to ju stify
th e space taken in th is colum n.
One of the questions u sually a sk ­
ed firs t is "If I hav en ’t filled out
one of those blanks, w ill i t be pos­
sible for me to get e le c tric ity ? ”
T he answ er is. yes. In th e very near
fu tu re th e p roject m anager w ill call
a t your home expressly to show you
how th e service w ill be m ade av a il­
able to you. T h a t is one of his im ­
p o rta n t duties. Keep in m ind th a t
th e association is a fte r volume.
A nother question is, “ How w ill I
get my house w ired? I d on’t know
a th in g about it.” It has been sug­
gested th a t a school be established
to teach th e fundam entals of elec­
tric ity and of w iring. W ith th is in ­
form ation you should be able to do
a fairly good job. F or the p rotec­
tion of your in su ran ce policy, how-
every, the job. when com pleted
should be exam ined by a com petent
electrician . B ear th is in m ind th a t
v aluable pieces of p roperty a re b u rn ­
ed because of defective w iring. Be
sure you a re rig h t and th en go
ahead. Of course if you do not w ish
to ta k e a chance, it w ill be neces­
sary to em ploy a com petent ele c tri­
cian.
T his in q u iry is also made, “ Should
I s ta r t buying th e electical ap p li­
ances I w ant rig h t aw a y ?” Don’t
be in a h urry. T here is plenty of
tim e because juice wil> not likely be
in th e w ires before w inter. Of course
if so m ething should drop in to your
lap, d on’t tu rn it down.
In th e issues follow ing, more
specific in form ation w ill be printed
in th ese columns. One im p o rtan t
item of in te re st w ill explain the
loan feature.
F. B. AUXILIARY
NAMES HOSTESSES
M eeting dates and hostesses for a
six m o n th s’ period w ere set by mem­
bers of the F arm B ureau A uxiliary
a t a recent m eeting. They pre as
follow s:
Ju n e IS— Mrs. Jessie Hooker, Mrs.
A. E. M arble, Mrs. B ertha H am m er.
Mrs. Addie L athrope and Mrs. Opal
R a in w ater.
Ju ly 2— Mrs. L aura M orris. Mrs.
Mary H arr, Mrs. B ertha Knox, Mrs.
E d ith Cable, and Mrs. D oris Mike-
sell.
Ju ly 16— Mrs. Mabie Reid, Mrs.
Em m a C hristley, Mrs. N. W. Bloom,
Mrs. E lsie Dawson, and Mrs. Emma
U pham .
A ugust 6— Mrs. Miles Ba:-agar,
Mrs. E thel H ughes, Mrs. Mary Buell,
Mrs. C ath erin e Som m erer and Mrs.
E d ith Bensel.
A ugust 20-— Mrs. G race F oster,
Mrs. E. R ylan^, Mrs. C a th rin e Jen-
drzejew ski, and Mrs. Em m a H u tc h i­
son.
date.
No
Septem ber 17— Mrs. Joyce Gui-
w its, Mrs. E thel Connor. Mrs. Edna
D unning. Mrs. M innie O tt, and Mrs.
A nna Lynch.
October 1 — Mrs. Jessie Corm an,
Mrs. M argaret Blahm , Mrs. N ellie
T ucker and Mrs. Doris Panages.
October 15— Mrs. M ontie P rindle,
Mrs. Essie T u rnblad, Mrs. Carson
L inder,
Mrs.
N ita H ad in g and
Mrs. Em m a Hammon.
Novem ber 5— Mrs. Em m a E pper­
son, Mrs. Zoe L inder, Mrs. Alice
W ells, Mrs. E dna Udey and Mrs. J.
A ddlem an.
COLUMBIA GRANGE
HOME EC. CLUB
T he Home Econom ics club of Co­
lum bia G range w as organized a t the
home of Mrs. Em ery Cox Ju n e 18.
by the president. Jessie Corman.
Mrs. V ictor S tockard was elected
vice president and Mrs. Jo h n B lair
se c reta ry -trea su rer.
A "T ea Tow el” lunch w as decid­
ed upon as refresh m en ts at th e next
G range m eeting, Ju ly 6. Each lady
is to b rin g one or more tea tow els
dach c o n ta in in g a lunch for two,
and these a re to be sold. Members
of o th e r granges are cordially in v i­
ted to a tte n d and ladies are req u est­
ed to brin g th e ir ^tea towel l unches.
Stanfield Grange Hotel.
M EM BER.
July 6th to 10th.
8 to 11 A.M.
Electric Cooperative Assn.
F a ir
EVERY
CANNING SCHEDULE
Released by the U m atilla
Septem ber 3
m eeting.
TO
MON,-Closed All Day
TUES. - Beans
W ED .-Beets & C arro ts
THURS.— No C anning
FR I.-N o can n in g
SAT.-No can n in g
1 - 3:30 P.M.
CLOSED
Beans
No C anning
Beans
No can n in g
Beans
F ru its may be canned by m aking
special arran g em en ts.
C annery and L aundery a re both
closed all day M onday.
See us soon if you w ish shelled
peas.
HERMISTON CO-OP CANNERY,
By O. L. Barlow , M anager.
POMONA GRANGE
MORROW COUNTY
Morrow County Pom ona G range
will m eet a t Irrig o n , Sunday, Ju ly
U th . T he business m eeting w ill be
called a t 10:00 a. m., and all g ra n g ­
ers are asked to come early. Each
is to b rin g a lunch for th e basket
d in n er a t noon.
The aftern o o n m eeting w ill be
given over to a picnic, and gam es
and stu n ts com m ittee. C. W. W ick-
lander, sta te deputy, w ill ta lk on
sum m er g ran g e activ ities. Business
m eeting w ill be called a t 8:00
o’clock in th e evening a t w hich tim e
G reenfield G range of B oardm an w ill
confer th e fifth degree on a larg e
class of candidates. Irrig o n gran g e
will prep are for th e degree work.
4-H CLUB WORK
SWINGS ON
(Too la te fo r la st w eek.)
from Ju ly 24th to A ugust 7th and
w ill be held th e sam e tim e as field
day a t th e U m atilla Field S tatio n .
At th a t tim e a ju d g in g co n test w ill
be held to select ju d g in g team s from
all livestock clubs to com pete a t th e
local fair Septem ber 3.
Those present a t th e m eeting were
A rilda Foster, Eldon Saylor, Jo h n
McMullen, R obert Bensel, Lois H u t­
chison, L o etta M ulkins, C harles K ik,
Ja y T. Pierson, E ugene R ugg, and
the local leader Don Sherwood.
Miss Lois H utchison, the w riter,
w ishes to th a n k th e follow ing b u si­
ness houses in H erm iston, who m ade
it possible for h er to a tte n d 4-H club
sum m er school a t C orvallis, Ju n e 7
to 18, to give her play, “H e a rt of
th e R an ch ,” w hich won fo u rth place
in th e sta te : G range Co-op., Kelley
ft Boynton, S m ith 's Grocery, Wm.
Bowman, Safew ay Stores, J. S.
B urnham , Guy A m sberry, Dolly Kel­
ly, H u n te r's Cafe. H. L. Connor, H er­
m iston M ercantile Co-op., U m atilla
Co-op. C reim ery , H erm iston Co-op.
L au n d ry ft C annery, F arm B ureau
Co-op., H erm iston H erald, H erm is-
L fght ft Pow er Co., T hom pson’s
D rug. Style Shop and R ohrm an Mo­
to r Co.
Tb •> S tream lin e Seam S titc h ers
lub members learned how to judge
e' tiles when they m et a t th e home
of th e ir leader, Mrs. W. E. K ennedy
in U m atilla, T uesday evening.
A dem o n stratio n was given by
C atherin e K ennedy on how to dis­
tin g u ish m ateria ls by th e b u rn in g
est. Cotton was th e firs t tested, and
.t was found to ig n ite quickly and
burn w ith a larg e yellow flame.
The linen te st was p rac tica lly th e
same as cotton, and wool w as found
to ignite slow ly and b u rn
w ith a
sm all flic k erin g flam e. U nw eighted
silk burn s rap id ly w ith a sm all
. lam e and has an odor like b u rn in g
h a ir or feath ers.
Rayon ig n ites read ily and b u rn s
rapidly, much th e sam e as cotton.
A cetate rayon ig n ites read ily and
burns rapidly. T he m a te ria l appears
to melt. As it b urns it sp u tte rs and
puckers, leaving a h ard , sh in y su r­
face.
ey and R obert and F ra n k Bensel,
and v isito rs w ere Dan and Tom
Cooney. A rep o rt w as given by the
th ree m em bers of th e club who a t ­
tended th e E astern Oregon L ive­
stock show a t Union on Ju n e 10,
11 an d 12. Those a tte n d in g were
E ugene R ugg, Joe Cooney an d Rob­
e rt Bensel.
T he m em bers discussed th e possi­
b ility of atte n d in g th e Livestock
to u r in Union and W allow a counties
d u rin g th e m onth of July.
R efresh m en ts w ere served by Mrs.
E m m ett Cooney a t th e close of the
social hour.
T he n ex t m eeting w ill be J u ly 9.
a t th e home of A. E. R ugg, local
leader.
In sp ite of the p leasan t in te rru p ­
tion caused by 4-H Sum m er School,
Mrs. H in elin e’s cooking and can n in g
clubs sw ung into w ork W ednesday
afte rn o o n of la st week, m ak in g
g re a te r plans and show ing renew ed
effort.
P re sid e n t E sth e r M cMullen p re ­
sented an idea for ad v an cin g club
w ork d u rin g th e sum m er season,
w hich consisted of a T ri-C lub, ca n ­
ning, cooking and sew ing, and an
ice cream social to be held d u rin g
th e la tte r p a rt of July. T his was
h e a rtily accepted by th e m em bers
and th e follow ing com m ittees w ere
ap p o in ted : R efresh m en ts— V era Sis­
son, E le an o r Dawson and Ja n e Jack -
son; P ro g ram — N ina Rae McCulley,
re p re se n tin g th e ca n n in g club, and
F ran ces Dawson th e cooking club.
The sew ing club m em ber w ill be ap ­
pointed a t th e next re g u la r m eetin g
of th e sew ing club by Rebecca P ie r­
son, club president.
A m otion carried m a k in g E lean o r
Dawson a re p rese n tativ e of the
K ookie K ooking K lub in th e 4-H
club new s w ritin g contest. Mary
H elene Piersol w ill rep rese n t the
W e Can C an n in g club. F ran ces
Dawson is ac tin g as a lte rn a te .
A
4-H club sum m er school sch o larsh ip
is b eing offered.
T he n ex t m eeting, Ju ly 8th, w ill
be held jo in tly w ith th e sew ing
club.
“ T he H e a rt of th e R a n ch ,” play
w ritte n by Miss Lois H u tch iso n ,
lead er of th e Blue Ribbon Calf club,
won second place in th e 3rd an n u al
play w ritin g contest a t 4-H club
sum m er school a t C orvallis early in
June.
F irs t place won a sch o larsh ip pro­
vided by th e Seals S iberian Shop,
ft w as won by H elen M ichaele of
Lane countv. H er play was e n tit­
led. “ W as It W orth I t.” w hich was
p a rt of a rad io broadcast d u rin g
sum m er school by L ane co unty dele­
gates.
T w enty-five d o llars in cash, pro­
vided by th e B enton county S tate
B ank, will be divided am ong th e
seven o th e r w in n ers whose plays
will be used in the broadcasts.
T he cast for the “ H e a rt of the
Opal
S h errill,
R a n ch ,” included:
Mrs. Copeland, Lois
H o isin g to n ;
H utchison, a u th o r;
Jack , Ronald
C rider; Mr. Copeland, A lfred Bixby;
Jim , Bruce H olt; Mr. Bateson, Bob
Jack so n ; Mr. Jo hnson, Roy B issin­
ger, all from U m atilla county. The
play w as bro ad cast over KOAC 'at
7 :30 Ju n e 12th, u n d er th e d irection
of Jam es M orris. A fter th e b road­
cast th e cast ag ain presented the
play on th e stag e before an assem ­
bly of 1700 club members.
T h ere were th re e m em bers pres­
ent a t th e m eeting of th e rep resen ­
' ta tiv e s from th e v ario u s 4-FI clubs
com peting in th e H erm iston H erald
news w ritin g contest, w hich was
held in J. T. P ierso n 's office Mon­
j day evening of la st week.
I The discussion w as led by Miss
P a u lin e Stoop of th e H erald and
Mr. Pierson.
T he o rig in al new s sto ry copies
su b m itted to th e H erald by club
m em bers will be retu rn ed red pen­
ciled or m arked so th a t th e mem bers
can learn to co rrect th e ir m istakes.
Books and m im eograph m aterial on
n ew s-w ritin g will be given to the
In answ er to roil call a t th e H ap­ m em bers a t th e n ex t m eeting.
py H our Cooking club m eeting last
Mr. Pierson sta te d th a t the club
T h ursday a t th e com m unity h all in m em bers should b rin g pad and pen­
U m atilla, each m em ber w as asked cil to all m eetings of cub eporters.
Any size notebooks may be used in
to give a poem or sing a song.
w hich m em bers may p aste clippings
T his idea was fu rn ish ed by Fay of p rin ted news stories.
Davis, a m em ber of th e social com ­
T he clu b o rg an izatio n
will
be
m ittee.
The m em bers
who
w ill com pleted la ter, possibly a t th e next
serve w ith M ary M arg aret K ennedy m eeting w hich will be held in Mr.
P ierso n ’s office W ednesday, Ju ly 7,
on the social com m ittee a t th e next unless a change in d ate is necessary.
m eeting, w hich will be Ju ly 8, are
R obert Bensel of th e P rogressive
F rances C hapm an
and
P au lin e D airy club was a new m em ber pres­
ent.
Roach.
•
G race Bensel an d M axine T hom p­
son gave a d em o n stratio n on m ak ­
ing cocoa and each g irl p resen t ta s t­
ed and criticised
it.
T he cocoa
scored 98.
T he girls discussed th e uses of
m ilk and cereals, and th e ir food v al­
ues. They also discussed plans for
e n te rin g a d em o n stratio n team a t
th e U m atilla P ro je ct fa ir Septem ber
2-3-4.
A fter th e m eeting of th e P ro g res­
sive Calf club w as called to o rd ef
by th e p resid en t. R o b ert Bensel, and
th e m inutes of th e la st m eeting
read by th e secretary , F ra n k B en­
sel. discussion was carried on con­
cerning a d em o n stratio n team . The
m eeting was called on Ju n e 28, a t
8:0 0 P. M. a t th e Cooney home. The
mem bers of th e club favored a ju d g ­
ing team over a d em o n stratio n team
T he S tanfield G range m em ber­
sh ip voted a t Its last re g u la r m eet­
in g to hold re g u la r sessions only
once d rin g th e m onth of Ju ly and
A ugust. T h at m eeting n ig h t w ill be
Members present were Eugene.
th e fo u rth T uesday in each month.
Richard and Jimmy Rugg, Joe Coon-
The next meeting will be July >7.
MANAGERS’ TRAINING
COURSE LAUNCHED.
(Co-op League News Service)
New York— R ealizin g th e gro w ­
ing need for q u alified m anagers of
new ly organized e a ste rn coopera­
tive sto res w hich have sp ru n g from
expanded buying clubs, th e E astern
C ooperative W holesale has launched
its first M anagers’ T ra in in g Course
as well as an In s titu te on Consu­
m ers C ooperation. C ooperative his­
tory, m ethods, philosophy, o rg a n i­
zation problem s an d ed ucation tech ­
nique will be covered th e firs t week
w hile business m anagem ent w ill be
discussed th e second. Among th e
facu lty d u rin g th e second week will
be Louis E n g lan d er of th e Coopera­
tive League A ccounting B ureau. T.
G. C astn er of th e E astern Coopera­
tive W holesale, and Ivan L anto, m a­
n ag er of N atio n al Cooperatives, Ine.
•W ith its
ADDmONAl
HUNDREDS OF
S H A R P -E D G E D
TR E A D U N IT S , the De-Skidded
U. S. Royal Master has intro­
duced a new degree o f safe,
positive control over all wet
w eather sk id d in g hazards.
T he clean-cut edges bite
through slippery road film -
wipe the water away—elim i­
nate the very cause o f skid­
ding by giving every inch of
the tread a safe, dry road
O niy Royal Master
has so many hundreds o f
gripping edges in both di-
rectioos—ow/y R oyal Master
gives complete control from
both forward and side skids.
And no wonder! This sensational De-
Skidded tire gives motorists a new
control o f forw ard skids on steep,
treacherous hills . . . new control of
side skids on hairpin curves and wet,
slippery highways.
If you haven’t had a ride on this
amazing safety tire come in today. One
ride tells the story.
SEE THIS
1 -M ÍN U T E TEST
THEN TAKE A FREE
DEMONSTRATION RIDE
W IT H CEN TIPEDE G R IP
Kcrsaästoti M o to r C om pany
PHONE 522
Speakers for an evening series will
include Percy S. Brown, Associate of
E dw ard A. Fllene. Q uentin
R ey­
nolds. m an ag er of th e E astern S tates
F arm ers’ E xchange, and H ector L a­
zo, E xecutive V ice-president of Co­
o p erative Food D istrib u to rs of Am­
erica. Round tabic discussions will
also be held w ith th e m anagers of
successful
cooperatives.
R e g istra ­
tion is still open for th e courses, the
to tal cost being $14 for th e first
week, Ju ly 11 to 17 and $16 for th e
second week, Ju ly 17 to 24.A pplica­
tions should be sent d irectly to the
E astern C ooperative W holesale, 112
C h arlto n S treet, New York City.
Polk Fair Premiums Increased.
DALLAS— P rem ium s for th e Polk
county fair, to be held in MonVnouth
th is year, have been Increased in
m any
classes, an nounces Jo siah
W ills, secretary of th e county fair
board, and every 4-H club m em ber
WANT AfiS
su b ject to a m inim um price of $20
th erefo r, to be paid in cash, a t tho
tim e of sale, the follow ing described
parcel of land, heretofore by Uma­
tilla County, Oregon, acq u ired for
d elin q u en t taxes, to-w it:
Lots 24 and 25, Block 11 NE SE
H erm iston, in Section 10, Tow n­
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ship 4, N orth R ange 28, E.W.M.
It. E. GOAD, S h eriff
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
of U m atilla County.
(Ju n e 17-Jnly 15)
STATE OF OREGON FOR
m aking an e n try w ill receive a cash
prize. The prem ium lists w ill be
ready for d istrib u tio n in th e near
fu tu re , Mr. W ills says.
UMATILLA COUNTY.
In th e M atter of th e E sta te of
HENRY LEE D EXTER, Deceased.
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN th a t
th e undersigned has been appointed
a d m in istra trix of the above en titled
estate by th e above en title d co u rt
and has qualified as th e law directs.
All persons h av in g claim s against
th e said estate are hereby notified
to present th e sam e to me, w ith pro­
per vouchers, a t th e office of my a t ­
torney, A. C. M cIntyre, in th e Unia-
[tilla County Court House, Pendle­
ton, Oregon, w ith in six m onths of
the d ate of th e first p u b licatio n of
th is notice, w hich is th e 17th day of
Ju n e, 1937.
MINNIE M CFARLAND,
A d m in istra trix of the E sta te
of H enry Lee Dexter, Deceas­
ed.
A. C. M cIntyre, A ttorney,
P endleton, Oregon.
(J nne 10-J u ly 8)
W. L. Morgan, D. M. D.
G eneral D entistry
X -Ray and D iagnosis
B ank Bldg.
P hona t - J
Residence Phone 25-J
Sunday and E venings by
A ppointm ent
WATCH - CLOCK
REPAIRING
A. W. BEHRMAN
WATCHMAKER
HERMISTON
OREGON
DR. A. E. MARBLE
CHIROPRACTOR
Office: 2 blocks east of post office
Office H ours: 8 to 12 - 1 :30 to I
Phone 4 8 1 --------H erm iston, Ore.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
HAVE WORK HORSE FOR SALE—
W eig h t about 1300 lbs., 10 years
On th e 17th day of Ju ly , 1937, a t
old, price $70. F. W. Lenz, H erm is­ th e hour of 10 o'clock a. m., a t the
ton, Oregon.
44-3tp fro n t door of th e County C ourt
W ANTED- 2 5 DOZEN LIVE JACK House in P endleton, U m atilla Coun­
ra b b its or Cotton Tails.
Advise ty, Oregon, I will sell a t au ctio n to
H e r m isto n Host N o. 37
q u a n tity and price. W illam ette V al­ th e h ig h est bidder for cash, th e fol­
Meets first and th ird
low
ing
described
real
property
ley K ennel, R oute No. 7, Box No.
T hursday. Legion A uxil­
situ
ated
in
U
m
atilla
County,
Ore­
504, Salem, Oregon.
44-3tc
gon, to -w it:
iary meets second and
TWO-WAY PLOW TO TRADE FOR
fo u rth T hursday.
Lots 6, 7, and 8, In Block
good milk cow or heifer. Geo.
10, N ew port’s A ddition to th e
’ Legion H all.
Hise, K ennew ick, W n.
45-3tp
City of H erm iston, U m atilla
FOR SALE TEN ACRE HOME,
C ounty, Oregon.
one mile n o rth ,
w ith
Income;
Said sale is made u n d er execution
p len ty shade and
w ater,
$1700, issued out of th e C ircu it C ourt of
Lew is Pearson.
43-3tp th e S ta te of Oregon for U m atilla
OSTEOPATHIC
HEMSTITCHING, BUTTON HOLES, County, to me directed In the case
B u tto n s; Silk hosiery m ending. of S tate of Oregon, represented and
PHYSICIAN
A SURGEON
N uA rt Shays, 222 E ast io u r t , P en ­ a c tin g by W orld W ar V eteran s’
S
tate
Aid
Commission,
p
la
in
tiff,
dleton, Ore.
43-3tc
OSBORN APARTMBNT8
a g a in st Jo h n M. Biggs and H elen M.
FOR SALE 200 ELEVEN W EEK Biggs, his wife, Tum-A-Lum L um ­
old W hite Leghorn pullets, cheap. ber Co., a co rp o ratio n . E rank W aiig-
Hazel W augam an, his
In q u ire C onnor’s Cash Store. 4 5-3tc am an and
PETERSON A PETERSON
wife, d efendants.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
R. E. GOAD, S heriff
housekeeping
rooms
for ren t.
of U m atilla County, Oregon.
U. S. N atio n al Bank B uilding
Rooms to let by th e night, or week.
By J. A. Carney, Deputy. j P ractice in S tate ft F ederal Court
C a rter A partm ents, H erm iston.
P endleton. Ore.
43-3tp C. C. P roebstel, A ttorney
for P la in tiff,
W ANTED- DAY OLD CALVES TO P en d leto n , Oregon.
(Ju n e 17 - Ju ly 15)
raise for veal.
Mary F arren s,
DR F. B. BELT
H erm iston.
43-3tp
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
ACCOUNTING AND TYPING. Phone
LAND SALE NOTICE.
Office H ours:
O ther
22M, H erm iston.
41-tfc
1 0:30 to 12:30 A M.
H ours by
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN,
2 to 5 P.M.
A ppolntm en
FOR R EN T— FURNISHED OR UN- T h a t th e un d ersig n ed . S heriff of
Res. 712 — PHONE — Office 733
U
m
atilla
County,
Oregon,
by
v
irtu
e
fu rn ish ed a p a rtm e n ts for house­
keeping.
Modern. Mrs. Joe Dyer. of an o rd er d uly m ade and en tered
40-tfc herein by th e C ounty C ourt of Um a­
tilla County, Oregon, on th e 26th
W. J. WARNER
APRICOTS R IPE JULY 8 TO 25; day of May, 1937, w ill, on th e 24th
day
of
Ju
ly
,
1937,
a
t
th
e
h
o
u
r
of
10
H alf ton lots 3c; small orders,
Attorney-at-Law
3 H e. B ring boxes and pick. E d ­ o’clock In th e forenoon, sell to th e
monds O rchard, 2 miles west of h ighest b idder for cash In hand, a t
Hermiston - Oregon
U m atilla.
45-3tp th e fro n t door of th e U m atilla Coun­
ty C ourt Houaa, P endleton, Oregon,
•
Dr. A. C. Willcutt