The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 28, 1927, Image 4

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Here We Are Again
O e c o n a w . < f l n u n . t G I M im i B ar*
tad ThW. About tho C ttra a d
Netshborhood
We are »till telling those canned goods at 14c, or two (or 27c, the
large size tins. Peat, Corn, Beans, Tomatoes, Sauer Kraut and
Hominy. These are high grad* goods and are sold with a money
back guarantee.
Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 tin t at 25c. Stag Oysters, 2 for 35c.
It it a large, roomy, w ell made shirt. Has two pockets that
button- A regular dollar seller. We are putting it out (or 87c.
Compare it with others that you pay a dollar (or.
O. B. Kraus, who is superintendent
of schools at Irrigon, was a Hermis­
ton visitor Saturday.
Goodrich Rubber Boots
Blacks $4.00. Bed at $5.00, and we hav; Keds (or all. This
is the season (or them.
F. W. Kern has been here from
Pendleton this week as a guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hitt.
Dill Pickles
KINGSLEY’S
O F Q U A L IT Y A N D S E R V IC I'
DON’T FORGET
W e G r in d a n d R e p a ir
L aw n M ow ers
K N E R R ’S R E P A IR S H O P
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when you sell
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a
small May
pole as a decoration for the table
with clothes pin dolla to represent
dancing children. The color scheme
was delicate shades of pink and blue.
The salad, sandwiches and cookies
were delicious served with tea.
Burk To Move Store
Charles G. Burk announced th is ;
Week that after May 1 the location 1
of hts general store will be" in the ■
room that has been occupied by the
American Shoe shop. He w ill move
hig clothing and general merchandise
stock Into the new location this week
Dr. H. C. Curry, the Seattle Eye­
sight Specialist, who has made pro­ and will have a new stock of grocer­
fessional visits to Hermiston for ten ies to add to his offerings.
years and Is known for good optical
work at reasonable pi ices, will be
at Hotel Hermiston Monday, May 2,
for one day. Eyes examined, glasses
fitted.
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A. W. Prann and Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
''Prann were Portland visitors Sun­
Mr. aud Mrs. R. F. Ray and son,
day and Monday.
Sidney Ray, arrived from Rupert,
Idaho, Saturday evening at the home
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schlffler of of Mr. and Mrs Enos D. Martin.
Pendleton were guests Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Ray are Mrs. Martin’s
home of Dr. and Mrs. F. V. Prime. parents. Mr. Ray and Sidney re­
turned home Monday, but Mrs. Ray
Miss Eva Randall, Mrs. A. H. Nor will remain for some time.
ton, Miss Jean Rugg and Mrs. W. J
Warner were Pendhton visitors Wed
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Farr a were
nesday afternoon.
honored by members of the Odd
Fellows and Rebekahs at the regular
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaney of session of the lodges Monday even­
Mlkkalo and Mrs. Thomas Hampton ing. Refreshments were served, and
of Pendleton were guests of Mr. ano tood wishes from their many friends
Mrs. Frank Little Monday
were extended Mr. and Mrs. Farra
w}io have gone to Payette, Idaho, to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Brown of .eside.
Pendleton were here Wednesday foi
a short time as guests at the honit FUNGO BAT AND BILLIARD CHE
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Todd.
Gallon in glass at $1.25. Try them. They are the (inest put
up and w ill please you.
WE PAY CASH FOB EGGS— THE HIGHEST THAT THE MARKET
AFFORDS
H O U S E
w i t attained by using a
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Biggs and Mr.
C. J. Black, La Grande realtor, was and Mrs. J. 8. Harvey entertained
t buslneoe visitor In Hermiston Wtd-
at a waffle feed and bridge party
lesday.
Friday evening at the, Harvey home.
William Requa left Tuesday morn­ Six tables were in play and prizes
ing on a business trip to Warren- were won by Mrs. E. P. Dodd and
town.
Dr. and Mrs. C M. Dale.
Amoskeag Chambray Shirts 87c
IR M IS T O N 'S
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Glasgow and
their daughter, Miss G-enavle Glas­
gow, were here 8a turd ay en route to
Pendleton where the latter remained
to spend a week as the guest of Miss
Myrtle Markham.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
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BEAT GOLF CLUBS IN FREAK
Mrs. C. C. Durfey was hostess at
a dinner party for 16 guests at Hotel MATCH PLAYED HERE TODAY
I Hermiston Saturday itvening. Fol- « « « « ■ > « ❖
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j lowing the dinner bridge was played
The combination of a fungo bat
ind a billiard cue proved good enough
E. U. Cate, district deputy of Mod to make a better score than a set of
ern Woodmen of America, arrived In golf club in the hands of two local
| Hermiston Tuesday to remain until iolfers today when H. E. Hitt and
; after May 12 when a class will be 7. O. Felhouse played their freak
I initiated by the local camp.
natch on the Hermiston course.
Hitt, using a willow fungo bat for
A. E. McFarland was here during Irives and approaches and a billiard
the visit of the Union Pacific-O. A. ,ue for his putting, made a 52 on
C. special Wednesday afternoon. Mr. •line holes. Felthouse shot a 56.
McFarland operates a commercial The match was the result of a wager
dairy.
made a fortnight ago. A large
tudience witnessed the match.
Mrs. C, S. McNaught and Mrs. H.
T. Fnsser entertained at a luncheon NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB IS
and bridge party Saturday at 1
ENTERTAINED APRIL 21
o’clock at the Fraser home. Winnere
Members
of the Neighborhood clut
at bridge were Mrs. F. V. Prime and
were delightfully entertained Apri'
Mrs. F. B. Swayze.
21 at the home of Mrs. Lynch, with
Mrs. W. W. Felthouse was hostess Mrs. Arnberg as assistant hostess
at a luncheon Wednesday afternoon After the business meeting was dis­
at 1 o’clock. Later in the afternoon pensed with a pleasing program fol­
throe tables of bridge were In play lowed.
A theme oT springtime was carried
with prizes being won by Mrs. F. B
out in the readings given by several
Swayze and Mrs. Ralph Richards.
members and also in the two soloc
The Odd Fellow« are planning a jy Mrs. Stewart, which were great­
special session of the local lodge for ly enjoyed. Mrs. Wilson gave a
Friday evening In honor of the an­ splendid talk on the subject of “Child
niversary of the order. Rev. G. L. Health Day.” '
The nutrition school that is beinf
Drill, pastor of the Christian church
of Pendleton, will be the principal held in Hermiston was discussed and
speaker of the evening. A program keen interest was shown by all the
of entertainment numbers is also be­ club members. A sdcial hour fol
ing arranged by the committee In lowed. The decorations used were
beautiful.
A symbol of May day
charge.
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CREAM
CASTILE
A o O liv e O il
Beauty Soap of
Supreme Qual­
ity— IS O * p u n
v eg e ta b le o il
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SATISFACTION
FREE
ONE WASH CLOTH
WORTH 20 CENTS
WITH ONLY
3 Cakes for 30c
Mitchell Drug Co.
— ON WEIGHT AND TEST—
M O R N IN G S
The labor required to produce high acre yields is little more
than in the case of low acre yields ;b’i t the high yields are produc­
ed with less labor per bushel, pound or ten. By increasing tho
yield, (ertilizers reduce the labor cost per unit of production.
Morcrop K for Farm Lands
Morcrop L for Lawns, Flowers
Morcrop Tablets for Home Plants
GET A COPY OF THE MORCP.OP MANUEL
Oregon Hardware & Implt C
ANNOUNCEMENT
CALL FOR GOOD WHOLESOME
FOOD TO START OUT THE DAY IN
THE RIGHT MOOD TO GET THINGS
DONE.
What Is more sensible and econom­
ical than—
M EAT
On May 1 we will move to the
location on Main street that has
been occupied by the American
Shoe Shop and will open with a
complete new stock of groceries.
As the .new location w ill afford twice the space that was avail­
able in our old location it w ill make it possible to carry a more com­
plete line of Shoes, Clothing, etc., than in the past.
Maybe you want Cured Meats. If |
zou do our line of Bacon and Hams
■vill suit you. If you want Fresh
Mea',8 you can have a choice of a
vide range of offerings.
City Meat Market |
PHONE 131
BUILD A HOME FIRST
— TRY THE HERALD WANT ADS—
Every progressive farmer is interested In bigger and better crops
provided they can be produced at a profit. Every bushel, pound or
ton of product sold off the farm, whether it be grain, vegetables,
fruit, milk or meat, contains elements of plant food; and sooner
or later every soil will show the effect of this constant drain on
its resources in decreased yields. Fertilizers supply the crops with
those elements of plant food which the soil, unaided, cannot sup­
ply, or those which are not supplied In manure or by the growth of
legumes.
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GUARANTEED
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Fertilizers Increase Yield Per Acre
anJl Per Man—Improve Quality,
Save Labor and Make
Bigger Profits,
Average- yields just about pay the cost of production. The use
of fertilizers In connection with other good farm practices points
the way to more satisfactory profits and to higher income.
8 Bring it to your Home Creamery 1
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M ORCROP
We invite a visit to the store in the new location from present
customers as w ell as new friends.
The city’s two jewelry stores w ill now be in the same building.
C harles G. Burk
V A C A T IO N SE A SO N
W ill so o n b e h e r e
And you will be looking for Trunk, 8 1 C
We carry a very good line o f thia ! 1 >
prices.
Come in and look these over whe
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GOOD SERVICEABLE STOCK AT CHEAP PRICES
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of trimming and ,i ti
these and help with sug:
Only a short time longer to get thl3 valuable help for th
wife.
Call and get the Coupon with instructions of plans.
Book.
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B r o o d e r C oal
For the summer out of doors wear
Prio.d at 25, 30, 35c and up to 60
cloths, and we can supply you with
make them up opet and a good line
complete the garment.
We will take pleasure in showing
tions should you desire.
Royal Baking Powder Cook Book
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C lo th s
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LET US MAKE YOU AN ESTIMATE FROM ONE
LARGE STOCK OF GASCO BRIQUETS
W in d ow s, C asem en t
S a sh B lin d s, F lo w e r
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WE HAVE ECT1I THE 0. A. C. PLANS AND THE PULLMAN,
WASHINGTON.
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8 o r 4 rooms—-I>nth— nook— basement.
M a te ria l coat about the same as F ord Car.
ARE INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF MATERIAL FOR
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WE ARE SHOWING A VERY NI
POULTRY
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Hermiston Produce and Supply
Company
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S or 3 room»— b elli— nook— hr,«- ent— fireplace.
M atc.UU cym U «hon« some a . Dodge car.
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CALL AND OET ONE OF OUR INSTRUCTIVE ROGKT.FTS ON
THE BUSINESS OP POULTRY RAISING.
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Sideboards, C ap-
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Inland Empire Lumber Company s
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H. M. STRAW. MGR.
Exclusive Represeatatives of National BuiMen Bureau
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BOOKS— PICTURJM
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A. M. SUNSTRUP, PROP.
Beef, Chickens
Give us a trial before others
G arden F ence, S ea ts, L attice, P e r g o la s
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO:
"Pl«nt and M slerieh for Humes end Perm Buildings"
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H e are still buying Calves,
HERMISTON MARKET
PHONE P0UR-0NE-0NE
M. W. «DCS
p r e s delivery
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