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FARM CO-OPERATIVE DIVISION
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THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON, OREGON.
THURSDAY. MAY 26. 1938
M E SSAG E
TO
“ PROFIT
EPOCH
CANNING SCCHEDULE
From May 30 to Ju n e 4
EVERY
W ARBASSE TELLS CENTRAL
STATES
CO-OP
FOR SALE— W H ITE CARNATIONS
and o th e r flow ers. H utchinson
G ardens.
4 0 -ltc
M EM BER.
DYING”
CONGRESS
8 to 11 A.M.
12 to 3:30 P.M
(Co-op L eague News Service)
Mon.— A sparagus
A sparagus
D
etro it — D eclaring th a t "th is
Tues.— No canning
A sparagus
W ed.— A sparagus
A sparagus p ro fit-m ak in g epoch is com ing to a
T hurs.— No can n in g
A sparagus close” an d th a t "th e plan of busi­
Fri.—Asparagus
A sparagus ness w hich n eglects th e consum er
Sat.— A sparagus
A sparagus has spelled its own d isin te g ra tio n ”
If you have any peas or greens to Dr. Jam es P. W arbasse, presid en t of
can for th is week, we w ill m ake a r ­ th e C ooperative L eague of the U.S.
A., urged delegates to th e an n u a l
ran g em en ts to can them .
congress of th e C en tral S tates Coop­
HERMISTON CO-OP. CANNERY
e ra tiv e L eague, m eeting here April
24, to add to th e ir extensive a c tiv i­
Club Meeting Cancelled.
ties new en terp rises such as cooper­
T he all-day 4-H club m eeting pre-: ativ e housing, m edicine and b u rial
viously announced for S aturday, service.
The L eague, now 13 years old, is
May 28, has been postponed, due to
th e H erm iston Derby. M eeting d ate th e educatio n al o rg an izatio n serving
66 u rb an consum er cooperatives in
w ill be announced later.
Illinois, In d ian a, Ohio an d lower
M ichigan, w ith m ore th a n 12,000
OREGON SEED
individual members.
T he C ooperative W holesale, C hi­
LAW ENFORCED
cago, w hich serves cooperatives af­
filiated w ith th e co-op league, held
A w arn in g th a t, re ta il dealers who its an n u a l m eeting here A pril 25. A.
m an ag er, reported
sell seed to farm ers and others for W. W a rin n er,
p la n tin g purposes a re legally re ­ th a t th e w holesale, w hich was o rg a­
sponsible for th e correctness of the nized 2 years ago w ith 8900 cap ital
labels on th e seed lots was issued an d 18 m em bers, han d led $95,000
th is week by th e S tate D epartm ent w orth of goods last year. T he board
of A gricu ltu re. T he w a rn in g comes of th e w holesale voted to continue
a t a tim e w hen active enforcem ent th e p resen t practice of descriptive
of th e new Oregon Seed Law is g e t­ lab elin g an d to pay m em ber re ta il
co-ops a p atro n a g e dividerid of 1
tin g u n d er way.
T ab u latio n s com pleted by th e de­ per cent, on goods purchased d u rin g
p artm en t last week show ed th a t 52 th e past year.
o u t of 114 seed lots tested up to th a t
tim e w ere m islabeled in regard to NOVA SCOTIA CO-OPS DESCRIBED
th e presence of noxious weed seeds.
IN NEW PAMPHLET.
T h irty -six of 64 lots on w hich ex­
am in atio n s had been com pleted were
m islabeled in regard to g erm ination.
(Co-op L eague News Service)
E ven w ith relabeling, ten seed lots
New Y ork— T he program of St.,
sam pled could not be sold in Oregon
F ra n cis X av ier
U niversity, often
because of th e presence of prohibi­
term ed “ th e m ost im p o rta n t pro­
ted weed seeds or noxious weed
gram of a d u lt ed ucation on the
seeds over th e allow able tolerance.
N orth A m erican C o n tin en t” is de­
Those vendors who receive th e ir
scribed in a new pam phlet, “ A Tour
seed from w holesale d istrib u tin g
of Nova Scotia C ooperatives” , ju st
firm s a re held jo in tly responsible
published by th e C ooperative League
w ith th e firm s for co rrect labeling,
of the U.S.A.
d ep a rtm en t officials said. All seeds,
The p am phlet co n tain s articles
o th e r th a n those certified, m ust c a r­
by Dr. M. M. Coady, Dr. J. J. Tom p­
ry labels on w hich ten d ifferen t
kins, A. S. M acIntyre, W illiam F elt-
item s are required by law.
m ate and o th e r leaders of th e Nova
V iolations of these provisions in
Scotia cooperatives plus com m ents
recent weeks have caused the S tate
on th e program by several American
D epartm ent of A g ricu ltu re to issue
ed ucation al and
religious leaders
w arnings, and active prosecution is
who w ere m em bers of a p a rty of 91
ecpected to begin soon.
th a t visited Nova Scotia la st sum ­
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mer. Copies of the p am phlet can be
ENGLISH CO-OP W HOLESALE
-ecured for 20 cents front th e Coop­
era tiv e League. 167 W. 12 St., New
MAKES CLOSED SHOP
York.
A G R EEIILN T WITH 33 UNIONS
L eague for th e Pacific Coast.
The action cam e as th e clim ax of
a tw o day m eetin g in w hich stu d e n t
rep resen tativ es pointed o ut th a t
th e ir co-ops have become th e la rg ­
est stu d e n t liv in g o rg an izatio n s on
th e ir cam puses and have a to ta l
m em bership of 2,000. The stu d e n t
co-ops do an an n u a l business of
$210 ,000 w ith savings to m em bers
of more th a n $150,000.
The cooperatives in most cases
w ere organized d u rin g th e early de­
pression years as a move to cu t the
costs of liv in g and have continued
because they m ake possible dem o­
c ra tic group life to stu d e n ts w ith
m oderate budgets.
T he cooperatives a t th e U n iv ersi­
ty of Idaho, organized in 1932, now
o perate seven cam pus dorm itories.
The S tu d en t C ooperative A ssocia­
tion a t th e U niversity of W a sh in g ­
ton includes ten co-op houses an d a
ce n tral k itch en . T here are four
housing co-ops a t th e U n iv ersity ol
Oregon and fo u r a t W ash in g to n
S tate College and th ree co-ops a t tell
U niversity of C alifornia, one of
w hich has ta k en over th e la rg e st
a p a rtm e n t b u ild in g in B urkeley as
a co-op dorm itory.
Speakers a t th e conference in ­
cluded P resid en t C. Dale of the
U n iv ersity of Idaho and several ed­
u catio n al and cooperative leaders in
th e Pacific N orthw est.
20 CO-OP COLLEGE STUDENTS
BEGIN LABORATORY WORK IN
CO-OPS
AS
COURSE
ENDS
(Co-op L eague News Service)
New York — The C ooperative
League In stitu te , a cooperative col­
lege for th e tra in in g of prospective
executives and
educational d irec­
tors, wound up its second term May
13 when 20 stu d e n ts com pleted
th e ir th ree-m o n th academ ic tra in in g
and w ent in to th e field for two
m onths “la b o rato ry w o rk ” in coop­
erativ es th ro u g h o u t th e country.
S tu d en ts w ere assigned to co-ops
from Caldw ell, Idaho, to G reenbelt,
M aryland, and will do all types of
w ork d u rin g th e ir tra in in g period.
T his was th e second class to com ­
plete its academ ic work at th e col­
lege here. P ra ctically all of th e o ri­
ginal class have alread y secured po­
sitio n s in co-ops according to L ion­
el P erk in s, re g istra r.
A pplications
a re being received for th e fall ses­
sion w hich opens Sept. 2.6.
SEED PRODUCTION PROMOTES
CROP ROTATION SYSTEM
PGREETS URGES MEDICAL
(Co-op League News S ervic"'
M anchester, E n g la n d — The Coop­
erativ e W holesale Society has ju st
concluded a contrat t w ith 33 trad e
unions covering th e em ploym ent of
66,000 em ployees in
th e co-op
w holesale a.td its affilia te d produc­
tive works.
The tdanket ' ag reem en t sets
up
•conciliation m achinery,
recognizes
th e principle of the closed shop and
agrees to employ only members of
trad e unions approved by the T rade
Union Congress.
The pream ble of th e agreem ent
sets fo rth th e principle th a t the re ­
la tio n sh ip betw een the tra d e unions
and th e C ooperative W holesale So­
ciety d iffers fundam en tally from th e
rela tio n sh ip betw een
the
trad e
unions and p riv ate en terp rise. The
C ooperative News reports th a t it is
therefore understood and provided
for in th e agreem ent th a t th e trad q
unions will give th e
cooperative
im m unity from stoppages of work
a risin g from in te r-u n io n disputes
resp ectin g th e trad e union m em ber­
ship of its employees. T he trade
unions also agree to assist th e co­
o perativ e a g a in st u n fa ir trade com ­
p etition by doing ev e ry th in g possi­
ble to raise th e w ages and condi­
tions of em ploym ent in firm s com-»
p etin g w ith the co-op who are pay­
ing less wages for th e same type oB
labor.
C onciliation m achinery is already
in operation covering the 119,000
em ployees in re ta il cooperatives.
T he new agreem ent w ill set up sim i­
la r m achinery covering em ployees ol
C.W.S. T he rig h t to s trik e or lock­
out is not prohibited but no such
action may be taken u n til disputes
have been subm itted to a concilia­
tion board consisting of six re p re ­
sen tativ es of the tra d e union o»
unions concerned, six rep rese n ta­
tiv e s of th e co-op w holesale and an
independent chairm an .
A fter seven year« of experim ents,
th e U niversity of C alifo rn ia h as de­
vised a w ay of m a k in g a crushed
peach product of sm all clingntona
peaches a t reasonable coat, th ereby
p u ttin g tbeee su rp lu s peaches to
FECFESSION
TO
H EED I A Y OPINION
(Co-op League News Service)
New York— Orfianized
m edicine
m ust give due consid eratio n to the
desires and rig h ts of th e lay public
in th eir search for ad eq u ate medical
care. Dr. K ingsley R oberts, Medical
D irector of the B ureau of Coopera­
tive M edicine, urged in an address
before th e Society for Medical J u r ­
isprudence at the N. Y. Academy of
M edicine, May 9.
Dr.
R oberts
sta te d
th a t
lay
thought in the field of m edical eco­
nomics was far o u td istan c in g th a t
of the profession. "W h ile m any
leaders of th e profession have been
holding fo rth th a t all is well w ith
m edicine and th a t people can and do
receive all of the care th a t they
need,” he said, “ im p o rta n t lay bod­
ies have been carefu lly stu d y in g th e
situ a tio n and have arriv ed a t th e
inescapable conclusion
th a t
th e
present m ethod of d istrib u tin g med­
ical services is w oefully Inadequate.
These lay groups recognize th a t the
free-for-service system of p u rch as­
ing m edical care p resen ts an u n su r-
m ountable b a rrie r to th e receip t of
needed m edical a tte n tio n and are
now ta k in g th e next step. They are
o rg an izin g to do for them selves
w hat organized m edicine w ill not do
for th em .”
Dr. R oberts w arned th a t unless
th e a ttitu d e of organized m edicine
gives due consideration to lay o pin­
ion th e re w ill be an open fig h t be­
tw een th e consum ers of m edical ser­
vices and the leaders of th e produc­
ers.
STUDENT CO-OP’ LEAGUE OF
THE PACIFIC COAST LAUNCHED
AT
COLLEGE
MEETING
(Co-op League News Service)
Moscow, Id a h o —^ R e p re sen tativ e s
of cooperative housing associations
on five cam puses in fo u r fa r w estern
sta te s m et here d u rin g sp rin g v aca­
tion to pool th e ir experiences In
"cam pus co-ops” and to tak e steps
to estab lish a S tu d en ts’ C ooperative
WANT AOS
(C ontinued from P age One)
rig a te alfalfa (luring th e tim e the
seed is se ttin g , farm ers may get a
heavier yield, due to th e fact th a t
irrig atio n a t th is tim e causes new
shoots to s ta r t an d im m ediately seed
se ttin g ceases. The B u tter Creek
area should fit into th is type and be
developed into a good seed produc­
ing d istric t.
Red clover may be p lanted in the
sp rin g and seed crop taken from it
th e same year. Mr. Jack m an says.
However, in some sections clover
seed is sown in to th e stubble a fte r a
g ra in crop has been harvested in
Septem ber.
Two crops from one
field in one season have been se­
cured, b ut th e ,u s u a l p ractice is to
cu t a hay crop first and th en a seed
crop later.
P ra ctically all of th e L adino clo­
ver seed on th e m ark et Is produced
in Oregon, sta te s Mr. Jack m an , but
it is like m any o th er products, th ere
is a stap le dem and for th e seed
w hich is not likely to increase ra p ­
idly. A sm all increase m ig h t tend to
cause a drop in th e m ark et price.
Bulbous Blue Grass.
W alter H olt, county ag e n t from
Pendleton, sta te d th a t th e re was a
possibility th a t Bulbous Blue grass
would replace cheet g rass in sec­
tions of U m atilla county. The grass
w ill grow read ily once It is seeded
and spreads rap id ly w ith o u t special
care. It is now found a t M ilton-
F reew ater. H elix and P endleton.
Mr. H olt believes th a t certain
seed crops could be made p rofitable
to farm ers here by specializing In
ce rtain v arieties best suited to the
various types of soils.
Study Alfalfa Fields.
A tour of alfa lfa fields In this
section was m ade W ednesday by a
p a rty consisting of W. L. W estover,
of the U. 8. D epartm ent of A g ricu l­
tu re, Mr. Jack m an , H. K. Dean, su p ­
erin ten d en t of th e U m atilla field
sta tio n . Mr. H olt and Mr. Pleraon.
H ard estan , T u rk estan and Ladak
were suggested as the moat w ilt re ­
sis ta n t v arieties for th is section.
R efreshm ents were served by the
ladies of th e U m atilla P ro ject Farm
B ureau a t th e close of th e m eeting.
FOR SALE— 4 COWS, 1 TO FRESH -
en w ith in a week. H orace M.
Sm ith, Stanfield.
4 0 -ltp
present them w ith proper vouchers
to the a d m in istra to r at the law of­
fice of Peterson & P eterson, A tto r­
neys at Law. V. S. N ational Bank
Building. Pe.'.dleton, Oregon, w ithin
six m onths of the d ate of the first
publication of th is notice w hich is
the 5th day of May, 1938.
ARETAS W. AGNEW.
A dm inistrator.
PETERSON & PETERSON.
A ttorneys for A dm inistrator.
(May 5 - J une 2)_ _________
NOTICE OF HEARING
FOR SALE — 4 DUROC JERSEY
FINAL ACCOUNT
G ilts, bred to farrow Ju ly and
A ugust, H erm an K ow itz, on J. Scott
NOTICE is hereby given th a t H a r­
place, H erm iston.
40-3tp rie t M. Baker as a d m in istra trix of
th e estate of K ath erin e E. McCasky,
NINE W EANER PIGS FOR SALE— deceased, has filed her fin al account
F. S. G reene, Stanfield.
49-3tp in said estate in th e County C ourt
of th e S tate of Oregon for U m atilla
FOR SALE — ELECTRIC COOKER. County, and said court has fixed
alum inum pan inserts, cord and Monday, th e 6th day of Ju n e, 1938,
cook book. Mrs. Chas. Taylor, H er­ a t 11:00 o'clock a. m. of said day,
as the tim e for h ea rin g objections
m iston.
3 9 -ltc to said final account and th e se ttle ­
m ent thereof. On or before said day
PULLETS FOR SALE— April h atch any person in terested in said estatb
or younger, a t th e S pinning ranch may file objections to said final ac­
n o rth of town.
39-3tp count or to any item thereof and
contest th e same.
Dated May 5, 1938.
HORSES FOR FOX FEED W ANTED
HARRIET M. BAKER.
If you have one w rite A. H ack-
A d m in istratrix .
b arth , Echo, and I w ill call on you. A. S. Cooley. A ttorney
39-8tp
for A d m in istratrix .
(M ay 5-.,une 2)
CHESTER W H ITE W EANER PIGS
for sa le; F. N. Clark, Columbia
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Dist.. H erm iston.
39-3tc
IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF THE
FOR SALE— FARM PROPERTY AT
STATE OF OREGON FOR
Irrigon, Ore.; 13% acres, leveled
UMATILLA COUNTY
♦
and ditched; Cheap. H anas E. Rand,
In th e M atter of th e E sta te of
1602 E. Burnside, P o rtlan d . 39-3tc
AMANDA AGNEW, Deceased.
N otice is hereby given to all per­
ELECTRICAL HOUSE W IRING—
sons whom it may concern th a t Are-
See W. D. D ryer, H erm iston, Ore., tas W. Agnew has been appointed
E lectrician .
39-3tp a d m in istra to r w ith th e w ill annexed
of th e estate of A m anda Agnew, de­
W ANTED — DAY OLD CALVES ceased, and he has qualified as such.
from abortion tested cows. Fred All persons h av in g claim s a g a in s t
Davis, Rt. 2, H erm iston.
39-3tp her estate are req u ired to present
them w ith proper vouchers to the
FURNISHED
A PARTM ENT
FOR a d m in istra to r a t th e law office of
P eterson & P eterson, A tto rn ey s a t
re n t; Mrs. A. C a rter, H erm iston. Law, U. S. N ational Bank B uilding.
38-ltc P endleton,
Oregon,
w ith in
six
m onths of th e d ate of the first pub­
W EA N ER PIGS FOR SALE OR lication of th is notice w hich is the
trad e for m ilk cow. E. L. Jackson, 5 th day of May, 1938.
ARETAS W. AGNEW,
H erm iston.
38-3tc
A dm inistrator.
PETERSON & PETERSON,
FURNISHED APARTM ENTS FOR
A ttorneys for A dm inistrator.
R ent— R ates reaso n ab le; P ost Of­
(M ay 5 - Ju n e
_______
fice building, S tanfield. In q u ire N.
D. Bard, Stanfield.
38-2tc
SH ERIFF’S SALE
R. E. GOAD, S heriff of
U m atilla County, Oregon.
By J. A. Carney, Deputy.
(May 12 - - Ju
--- n e 9)
SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th a t
under and by v irtu e of a w rit of
execution issued out of the C ircuit
C ourt of the S tate of Oregon in and
for th e County of U m atilla, u n d er
th e seal thereof, and to me directed
and delivered upon a judgm ent and
decree rendered and entered in said
co u rt on th e 4th day of May, 1938,
in favor of Rena W illiam s as p lain ­
tiff, and ag ain st M aria J. Bowman
and 8. J. Bowman as defendants,
whereby the p la in tiff did recover a
personal decree ag a in st the defend­
an ts M aria J. Bowman and S. J.
Bowman for the sum of $500.00
w ith in te rest thereon at the ra te of
8 per cent, per annum from the 26th
day of Septem ber. 1935, and th e
fu rth e r sum of $80.00, atto rn ey 's
fees, and th e costs and disb u rse­
m ents taxed at $18.00, on w hich
ju d g m en t $104.00 was paid on May
10, 1938, and w hereby it was de­
creed th a t the m ortgage dated on
the 26th day of March, 1930, execu­
ted by M aria J. Bowman and S. J.
Bowman, defendants, to p lain tiff,
upon th e follow ing described real
property in U m atilla County, O re­
gon, to -w it:
The N orth H alf of the N o rth ­
west Q u arter of th e N orthw est
Q u arte r of th e Southw est Q uar­
te r of Section 25, in tow nship
6, N o rth of Range 35 E.AV.M.
w hich m ortgage was re'corded on
A pril 7 th , 1930, a t page 401 of book
96 of th e records of m ortgages in
the office of th e County Recorder of
U m atilla County, Oregon, should
be foreclosed, and the said real p ro ­
p erty sold by th e S heriff of U m atil­
la County, Oregon, to satisfy said
ju d g m en t and all costs; therefore I
will on S atu rd ay , Ju n e 11th, 1938,
a t two o’clock in the afternoon of
th a t day, a t th e fro n t door of th e
C ourt H ouse in th e City of P en d le­
ton, U m atilla County, Oregon, sell
all th e rig h t, title , in te rest and es­
ta te w hich th e said defendants, and
all persons claim ing and to claim
by, th ro u g h or u nder them , or any
of them , had on th e 26th day of
M arch, 1930, or since then have
had, or now have, in and to th e
above described real property a n d
every p a rt thereof, a t public auction
to th e h ig h est bidder for cash in
hand, th e proceeds of such sale to
be applied in satisfactio n of said
execution and all costs.
Dated th is 11th day of May, 1938.
R. E. GOAD, S h eriff of
U m atilla County, Oregon.
By J. A, Carney, Deputy,
(M ay 12— Ju n e 9)
FOR SALE — 70 HEAD YOUNG
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN th a t
crossbred ewes and lambs. A. P. u n d er and by v irtu e of a w rit of
Ayers, B oardm an.
34-tfc execution issued out of th e C ircuit
OMAHA WOODMEN SOCIETY
C ourt of the S tate of Oregon in and
CONCRETE P IP E FOR SALE— ANY for th e County of U m atilla, u nder
Camp No. 61 - Echo
size a t a ttra c tiv e prices. Ask Oron th e seal thereof, and to me directed
and
delivered
upon
a
ju
d
g
m
en
t
and
Meet th e first T uesday of eacli
O. Felthouse, H erm iston.
34-tfc
decree rendered an d entered in said
m onth in th e S tan field Odd
co
u
rt
on
th
e
4th
day
of
May,
1938,
F U R N I S H .E D HOUSEKEEPING
Fellow s hall —
8:00 p. m.
in favor of W. H. Sw itzler, as p lain ­
a p a rtm en ts for ren t, modern. Mrs. tiff. and ag a in st E lijah W. Rhea
Joe Dyer, Phone 7 8R, H erm iston, and th e E sta te of E ffie Rhea, de­
Oregon,
33-tfc ceased. as d efendants, w hereby the
p la in tiff did recover a personal de­
DR. H .C . CURRY
cree a g a in st the defen d an t E lijah
OPTOMETRIST
W. R hea, and the E sta te of E ffie
Rhea,
deceased,
for
the
sum
of
Land Sale Notice.
308 G reea Bldg. - S eattle
$1000.00, w ith in te re st thereon at
Makes re g u la r visits to H erm iston
the
ra
te
of
8
per
cent,
per
annum
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN th a t
H otel ab o u t every 30 days.
th e 5th day of November, •
the undersigned, S h eriff of U m atil­ from
1930, and
th e fu rth e r Hiim of
la County, Oregon, by v irtu e of an $165.00, a tto rn e y ’s fees, and
the
o rd er d uly made an d entered herein costs and disbursem ents taxed at
by th e County C ourt of U m atilla $25.30, and whereby it was decreed
W. L. Morgan, D. M. D.
County, Oregon, on th e 4 th day of th a t th e m ortgage dated on the 5th
G eneral D e n tlitry
May, 1938, w ill, on th e 18th day of day or November, 1930, executed by
Ju n e, 1938, a t th e hour of 10:00 d efen d an ts E lijah W. Rhea and Effie
X -R ay and Diagnosis
o’clock in the forenoon, sell to the
B ank Bldg.
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h ig h est bidder for cash in hand, a t Rhea, his -wife, to p la in tiff, upon
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th e fro n t door of th e U m atijla Coun­ th e follow ing described real p ro p er­
Sunday and E venings by
ty C ourt House, P endleton, Oregon, ty in U m atilla County, Oregon, to-
su b ject to a m inim um price of wit :
A ppointm ent
The
N
o
rth
east
Q
u
arter
of
the
$32.00 th erefo r, to he paid in cash,
S
outheast
Q
u
arter
of
Section
a t th e tim e of sale, th e follow ing
T h irty (30), and all th a t por­
described parcel of land, heretofore
tion of th e S outheast Q u arter
by U m atilla C ounty, Oregon, acq u i­
of N o rth east Q u arter of said
W ATCH - CLOCK
red for d elin q u en t taxes, to-w it:
Section T h irty
(3 0 )
lying
All Blocks 46 & 47, W ard w ell’s
REPAIRING
south of th e U m atilla River, all
A ddition to City of U m atilla,
in Tp. 4 N. R. 28 E.W.M., and
U m atilla County, Oregon.
A.
W. BEHRMAN
co n tain in g 60 acres more or less
R. E. GOAD. S heriff
WATCHMAKER
which
m
ortgage
was
recorded
on
of U m atilla County.
HERMISTON
OREGON
March 7th, 1931, at page 356 of
(M ay 1 9 -Ju n e 1 6)_
¡book 99 of th e records of m ortgages
in th e office of th e County Recorder
of U m atilla County, Oregon, should
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON
DR. A. E. MARBLE
! be foreclosed, and the said real pro-
CHIROPRACTOR
|p
e
rty
sold
by
the
S
heriff
of
U
m
atil­
FINAL REPORT
la C ounty, Oregon, to satisfy said
Office: 2 blocks east of post office
IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF TH E ju d g m en t and all costs; th erefo re 1 Office Houra: 8 to 12 - 1:30 to •
will, on S atu rd ay , Ju n e 11th, 1938,
STATE OF OREGON FOR
Phone 4 8 1 --------H erm iston, Ore
a t two o’clock in th e afternoon of
UMATILLA COUNTY
th a t day, a t the fro n t door of the
¡Court House in th e City of P en d le­
In th e M atter of the E state of ton, U m atilla County, Oregon, sell
H erm iiton Koal No. 37
all th e rig h t, title . Interest and es­
A nna M. Strohm , Deceased.
Meets firs t and th ird
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th a t ta te w hich th e said d efendants, and
T hursday. Legion A uxil­
the undersigned E xecutor of the all persons claim ing and to claim by,
iary m eets second and
L ast W ill and T estam en t of A nna th ro u g h or tinder them , or any of
fo u rth T hursday.
M. Strohm , deceased, has filed his them , had on the 5th day of Novem­
Legion Hall.
final rep o rt w ith th e Clerk of the ber, 1930, or since then have had,
above en titled C ourt, and th a t the or now have. In and to th e above
Ju d g e of said C ourt lias designated described real p roperty and every
S atu rd ay , the 4th
day of June, p a rt thereof, a t public au ctio n to
1938, a t 10:00 o'clock in the fo re­ the highest bidder for cash in hand,
noon as the tim e, and th e rooms of th e proceeds of such sale to be ap ­
OSTEOPATHIC
th e above en titled C ourt in the plied in satisfactio n of said execu­
County C ourt House in Pendleton, tion and all costs.
PHYSICIAN
& SURGEON
Dated this- 11th day r f May,
U m atilla County, Oregon, as the
1938.
place w hen and w here h earin g is to
OSBORN APARTMENTS
be had thereon. All persons In te r­
ested a re hereby notified to then
and th e re ap p ear and show cause,
if an y th ey have, why said rep o rt
PETERSON & PETERSON
should not be approved, th e execu­
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
to r discharged and the estate closed.
Dated th is 5th day of May. 1938.
U. 8. N atio n al Bank B uilding
GEORGE STROHM,
P ra ctice In S tate & F ederal C ourts
Executor,
P endleton, Ore.
(M ay 5 - June
Dr. A. C. Willcutt
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN TH E COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
UMATILLA COUNTY
In th e M atter of the E state of
JAMES I. AGNEW, Deceased.
N otice is hereby given to all per­
sons whom it may concern
th at
A retas W. Agnew has been ap p o in t­
ed a d m in istra to r w ith th a will a n ­
nexed o l th e estate of Jam es I. Ag­
new. deceased, an d he has qualified
as such. All persons having claim s
a g a ia a t his e s ta te a re required to
DR. F. B. BELT
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
[Office H ours:
O ther
1 0:30 to 12:30 A.M.
H ours by
3 to 5 P.M.
A ppointm ent
Res. 712 — PHONE — Office 733
W. J. WARNER
Attorney-at-Law
Hprmiston - Oregon