The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 04, 1926, Image 4

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POULTRY HOUSE IDEAS
Th« P°°r lumber dealer got an awful wallop not long ago. And
this la the way It happened. Chicken houses were being built
at least twelve high with a wonderful arrangement of sash and
ventilators way up'there s*
might have served
as "lookcuts” in the time of Invasion.
Since chickens are not built on the same plan as giraffes, folks
began to realise that all that super itructure was unnecessary.
Now they build their poultry houses not mor© than eight feet
high at the highest plaee. They have found that the chickens
can keep warmer and with a simple ventilating arrangement
they do much better.
But It doesn't tfke near as much lumber to build this new
style house, and that Is why we feel discouraged, but It will
brighten us up a great deal If you will build for 300 hens Instead
of for the 200 that you had thought of.
You can do it for the same money
We’ll sell the same amount of lumber and you will have In.
ceased your capacity flafty per cent without additional expense.
You"U be happy and o will we.
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Tum-A-Lum
Lumber Co.
R. A. Brownson, Mgr.
Phone 111
A U T O P j ARTS
NEW AND USED
You can save money and time here.
Come and see Us.
728 Thompson Street
Pendleton, Oregon
The Corlis Hotel
Can get you land Aoet anywhere
Mrs. W. B. Beasley and two sons,
Arthur and Walter left the middle of you want to go.
last week by car for California. Mrs. I
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Beasley expects to return after a E. P. DODD, HERMISTON, OREGON
months' visit but the two boys will
remain.
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TAKEN UP NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 1
Jack Biggs left on the midnight have taken up and kept for about
train Thursday night for a business 7 days at the H. J. Stillings ranch,
mission to Portland. He returned six miles northeast of Hermiston,
Sunday morning.
the following described animals;
Black gelding about 12 years old,
Stanley Campbell, local Standard weight 1100, brand “D” on left hip;
Oi| manager, and “Butch” Moll, bay gelding weight 1100, about 12
driver for the company, motored to years old, no visible brand; gray
Pendleton Tuesday morning where gelding about 12 years old weight
they attended a meeting of the com -, 1000, no visible brand. Said anl-
pany hid in that city.
, mala will b© sold, unless redeemed,
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I at public auction to the highest
for cash in hand on the 6th
i Rev. V. C. Martin, pastor of -the bidder
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i Baptist church in this city, return- day of February, 1928, at the above
td Sunday morning from a trip made described ranch at 10 o’clock A. M.
t0 his home In Newberg where he
Dated at Hermiston on this 21st
has been the past week visiting hi3 day of January, 1928.
wife and son.
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Signed: H. J. Stillings.
Mrs. J. M. Biggs and little son
Dan were visitors in Stanfield Mon­
day.
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Mrs. Cron r i ’.th.-.uc;
Tuesday night from Wels-r, Idaho,
where she has been for some weeks
past visiting relatives.
Hermiston Service
Station
THE LITTLE STATION
WITH THE BIG SEBVICE
If you tike our service
tell your friends
If not, tell us.
DBOP IN AND LET’S GET ACQUAINTED
GAS, OILS AND GREASES,
TIRES and TUBES
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TH E LITTLES, Proprietors
Specials
SATURDAY ONLY
SAT.-
4 lbs. Market Day Special
Raisins
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35c
6 cans tall Salmon
- 99c
24 oz. jar Orange Mar­
malade
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28c
1 qt. jar Apple Butter - 34c
3 jars Jelly asstd. - - 29c
2 1-lb. Can Jams - - 36c
3 large cans Sauerkraut 46c
Wigwam Syrup
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33c
Canned Berries No. 2 - 28c
Jello
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- - 10c
NEXT WEEK
Bulk Dates, 2 1 -2 lb pkg. 30c
REG.
50c
1.20
35c
50c
45c
50c
60c
40c
40c
15c
45c
EVERY FRIDAY
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Mrs C. C. Durfey has returned to
her home her© after a month spent
visiting In California.
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Mrs. Henry Collins of Pendleton
wss a guest at the home of her sts-
‘er, Mrs. E. P. Dodd Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cherry return­
ed Monday morning from a week end
trip to Portland.
The marled couple’s dancing club
tr» giving a party at the Hotel Cor
Hs Saturday evening. This Is the
first of a series of dances to be glv-
-n by the club for Its members. A
prixe waltz will be a feature of the
evening’s etnertalnment.
Father’s and sons banquet Wednes.
'lay at the M. E. church. The Com-
!merclal cluU arie sponsoring I |h e
program. Watch for the announce
iment in next week's paper.
The farewell party given by the
Neighborhood club for Mrs. Frank
Beddow was attended by 35 mem-j
hers and friends. Dinner was served
at noon with music and recitations
In the afternoon. The president,
Mib. Tom Stewart, presented Mrs.
Reddow with a cream ladle and
thanked Mrs. Beddow for her work
In the club. Mrs. Beddow Is a char,
ter member and has been active In
th© work of the club for many years
The next regular meeting of the club
will be with Mrs. Fowler Wedns-
day, February 10.
M E. church week of Sunday, Feb.
7— Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morn­
ing wnrehtp 11 n. in., sacrament of
the Lord's Supper. Ail Christian
people cordially Invited to partlcl-
oate. Epworth League a» 7 p. tn.'
All young people eepecaily Invited.
Weekly prayer and Bible study Ml,
Thursday vent ng at 7:10. H em ;.
Younj, pastor.
W e carry a
p isto n rings pins
and bearings
TODAY
Knerr’s Repair Shop
Call in and let us tell you in person what we can do for yon
nt thia Beauty Shop, a satisfied customer is our best advertise­
ment. Come and see for yourself.
All the latest methods are u sel at this Beauty Shop <ind all
work is done under sanitary conditions.
T h e M onotony
o f C ooking •
IS NEVEB FELT BY THE
MEATS HEBE, BECAUSE
SHE KNOWS THAT HEB
MEAT C0UBSE WILL BE
DELICIOUS AND MEAT IS
THE MOST IMP0BTANT
SLOAN BONNET AND BEAUTY PARLORS
Marcelling, Facial and Scalp Treatments are Our Specialties
Smart and Exclusive M 'llineryat Most Reasonable Prices.
648 Main St., Pendleton, Ore.
Telephone; 380
H erm iston C ream ery Co.
PAYS THE HIGHEST PRICE
AND S P O T C A S H F O R
YOUR CREAM.
PABT OF THE MEAL. . . .
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BOASTS, STEAKS, CHOPS,
SAUSAGE, LABD, HAMBURGER,
WEINERS 0B POULTRY
CALL US AND WE WILL
DELIVER THE ORDER
Mitchell Drug Co.
City Meat
Market
PHONE 101
PHONE 131
Wishing You A ll
À ^apg N piu Urar
AND A
“Nineteen Plenty-Six” .
WeAreDoing
Business
In our new location next to Bless­
ings hardware store. Our shop is
modern and up-to-date in every
respect. A satisfied customer is
our best asset. Give us a trial.
H ERM ISTO N
M ARKET
B L A C K & W HI r t
GARAGE
Where Service And Quality Are
Paramount
California it should be the
effort of your life to go.
Representative* o f the
U n io n P a c ifie
W ill gladly furnish you !
complete information about this land where
tun shines most of the tim e and where yon i
enjoy out-of-door life ail the time.
Convenient train
a r S a lt Lake. C i t y a t very
reasonable round trip fares.
L et us help you plan your
' Itinerary, q u o te you
and make all your
D E PE N D A B L E
BUTCHERS
BLAIR
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When In Pendleton- ’ P i
WOMAN WHO BUYS HEB
Colonel McNaught was a visitor
Kosher Kitty Kelly— waltz, and
in Pendleton the latter part of last When I Dream of the Last Waltz
week.
With You, waltz, are two very pretty-
catchy waltz numbers by the Trou­
Mrs. R. E. Mitchell and Mrs. F. badours.
V. Prime motored to Pendleton the
Old Tlme Dance Music by Henry
latter part of last week.
Ford’s Old Time Dahce Orchestra.
We are pleased to play the new
Mrs. Chas. Taylor motored to
Records on the New Orthophonie
Pendleton Tuesday.
Victrola for you.
Aksto hear the
new Victor Records.
Mrs. Curt la Dyer and daughter
Alice were vislto’s In Pendleton Tues­
day.
Mr. and Mrs F. C. McKenzie left
Tuesday morning for Portland. While
'n the city Mr. McKenzie will attend
the hardware convention.
BURK’S
N ew V ictor
R ecords
Ask to har Dinah— A jewed 'of
close harmony by the Revelers. For
Miles Beasley is driving a new sheer beauty, harmony and realism
Ford coupe purchased recently.
»0, record in Its class can be com­
pared with i t Hear it.
Mr1, and Mrs. William Shaar re­
Jack Smith, the Whispering Bari­
turned Monday from Walla Walia
tone
sings “Keelin' Kind O’ Blue.”
wher0 they had been over Sunday
Everyone likes to hear Jack Smith
visiting Mrs. Shaar’s folks.
sing.
Stated communication of Queen
Tether Chapter O. E. S. next Tuesday
night. Degree. By order W. M.
SATURDAY
The Corlis Hotel
tuft
Night Phone 961
YOUB OLD CAB BOUGHT
3=1
•Tt4 acre« near Vancouver, all in
terries, garden, etc., good buildings.
will open for business on or before
Wnnte alfalfa tract.
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a a d y k srsA b ea t U m Cits sad
200 acres Bitter Root vnilsy on March 1. The dining room may be
i rented now tor dances, etc., and by
state highway. -
Good farm; want lowor altitude making reservations the Mary Jane
John Schimke is building an addl-' and alfalfa
T ,a Shop may be bad fo rparUss
tlon to his home on Newport avenue. I 200 acres Union c
Jaid
iiu ncleehs.
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J ranch; wants land
D. H. Prindie has hag moved from* 1(0 acres at Colville; deep black
his rseirence in town to the ranch soil, fins buildings. Wants alfalfa
that he owns on the west side If land.
th© river.
j 40 acres near Salem, wall improv,
i n -i n
| cd, want similar here.
Harry McMillan left Wednesday
800 acre wheat ranch tu Gilliam
for a business trip to Portland.
conty; wants an alfalfa ranch.
Mrs. M. A. Loundagln, of Seat­
tle, has returned to Hermiston and
will make her home on the 10 acre
tract near this city.
Auto Clearing House, Inc.
Phone 38
LOCAL AMO PERSONAL
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