The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, May 12, 1927, Image 5

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    ZHB HEMOSTOB m a u X P . HBBMMTOa, OHEGOM.
Report« on Plants Wanted
D e l c o L ig h t - $ 3 1 0
In itia tiv e
ELECTRIC PLANTS
D. L Water Systems $90
Is one of the chief requisites needed by those who would succeed.
F r ig id a ir e - - $ 2 0 0
The prizes of success are not easily won, and w ithout exercis­
ing initiative, the goal can be reached only by accident—one chace
in a million.
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION
This bank welcomes the chance to aid men and women who
have courage and initiative.
H . J. C U N N IN G H A M
First N a tio n a l B ank
of Hermleton
C a p ita l, S urplus an d U n d ivid ed P ro fits O v e r $ 5 0 ,0 0 0
F. B. Swayze, Pree.
R. Alexader, Vlce-Pree.
A. H. Norton. Cashier W. L. Hamm, Asst. Cashier
J o n es-K a y P lu m b in g Co.
317 E. Court
Phone 443
PENDLETON
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
WANT ADS
FOR SALE
FOR SALE— Small Leghorn cockerels
to keep lor friers. Io cents each If
taken Immediately. C. E. Sawln.
3 6-1 tp
FOR RENT— Furnished house; also
lawn mower, garden rake, hoe,
hand rake, cultivator and fork for
sale. Mrs. A. S. Johnson. 3 5-2p
FOR SALE OR TRADE— No. 4 Sharp­
ies cream separator, good shape,
$40. Take pigs, heifers, or sheep.
F. C. Frederickson, Irrigon. 35-tfc
WE HAVE SIX HEAD OF HEAVY
WORK HORSES,
Must »ell In
the next 20 days, Ready to work
34-2tc
now. H. P. & S. Co.
FOR SALE— Three banded Italian
Queens. C. Champion, Hermiston,
Oregon.
(Breeder for Skovbo
Apiaries.)
33-tfc
HIGH GRADE PIANO In vicinity of
Hermiston can be bought on small
monthly payments. For particu­
lars white Pendleton Music House,
Pendleton, Oregon.
33-4tc
PIANO FOR SALE tn Hermiston dis­
trict.
High
grade.
Bargain.
Pay $10 month. For particulars
address Hendrick Piano Brokerage
Co., 121 Scuth-Madison St., Spo­
kane.
32-4tc
For sale— Two big six McCormick
mowers, two McCormick hay rakes
and derrick. W. A. Leathers. 31tf
I w ill have pasture for 30
cows. Good water and
ahade. Guy Cronk.
to 40
lots of
31tfc
FOR SALE — Four Duroc Jersey
boars, inquire W. C. Meyers, Echo,
or write Frank Ulrich, Pendleton.
29-tfc
Good blue grass pasture shade and
water, for this spring, summer and
fall. Cattle only. See W. A. Leathers.
28-tfc.
FOR SALE— No. 1 fresh eowa. B.
Hammer.
87-tfc
MISCELLANEOUS
Satisfaction guaranteed
laundry, work. Write
Dolven, Hermiton.
on home
Mrs. N.
31-4tp
Read The Herald Want Ads.
WANTED TO BUY— 50 or 60 head
of cattle. Wm. Leathers. 29-tfc
Bring your broken furniture to me
to be repaired. Tom Jensen.
17-tfc
Watch, clock and Jewdlry repairing.
See Newell, next door to Sappers.
18-tfe
Polands for Profits. Stillings. 37tf
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
INSURANCE. J. M . BIGGS, RE­
ALTOR.
21-tfc
ADDING machine rolls at the Herald
office.
FOR 8ALE—Adding machine rolls
at the Herald office.
Hermiston Second Hand Store.—
Furniture and Hardware, Bee Sup­
plies, Harness, Baddies, Wagons.
15-tfe
Herald Want Adz Bring Yon Result!
Want Ada Bring Remito
CALL FOR WARRANTS
All O. and M. Warrants of the
West Extension Irrigation District,
registered on or before April 15,
1927, will be paid on presentation
at the office -of the County Treasurer
of Morrow county, on or after May
12th, 1927, at which date Interest
on said warranto will cease.
Heppner, Oregon. April 26th, 1927.
LEON W. BRIGGS.
(l*-3te)
County Treasurer.
(Furnished by Farm Bureau Cooper­
ative of Hermiston. Unless other­
wise specified, prices are per hundred
weight.)
Scratch, 100s ...................._......... $2.42
6ran, 60s ..........................
95
Egg Mash ........................................ 2.37
Ground O a ts................. .................. 2.20
Ground Barley ............................... 1.94
Wheat ............................................... 2.40
Corn, No. 2 .................................... 2.10
Cracked Corn, No. 2................. 2.25
Ground Corn, No. 2 .................. 2.20
Mill Run 80s......................
1.36
Cow Feed ........................................ 2.19
Ground Wheat ............................... 2.50
Shorts, 80s ...................................... 1.48
Rolled Barley ............................... 1.35
Calf Meal, per pound.................... 314c
Middlings ..................
1.80
Oyster shell ...L....................................90
Whole O a ts...................................... 2.10
Salt, half ground 50s....................... 45
TWO COUNTIES JOLLIFY
(Continued From Page One)
ing the dam a reality.
Among the visitors Introduced,
some of whom talked, were W. G.
Ide, Portland, land settlement work;
H. E. Lounsberry, Charles Gignoux
of the Union Pacific System, and J.
P. O’Brien, vice-president and gener­
al manager of the O.-W. R. & N.;
Whitney L. Boise, Portland Chamber
of Commerce; Geo. C. Baer, secretary
Pendleton Commtrcial association;
Fred L, Kiddie, joint senator from
Union and Umatilla counties of La
Grande; Rhea Luper, state engineer;
John W. Kelly, special writer, Port­
land Oregonian; Marshall N. Dana,
associate editor, Portland Journal;
A. C. Spencer, chief consul O.-W. R.
& N.; James Stewart, state land de­
partment; Governor Patterson; Sena­
tor Steiwer; and Representative
Slnnott.
After extending his congratula­
tions on completion of the dam. Gov­
ernor Patterson expressed the opin­
ion that the economical utilization
of the waters impounded by the big
mound is a problem belonging to the
Cigars, Tobacco
federal government.' He predicted
Barber Shop
that the services of the congression­
al delegation will be effective in se­
curing such adjustments as are neces­
sary.
Diversification i3 one of the chief
needs of farming in nearly all dis­
tricts, the chief executive said, and
a continuance of the practice of grow­
ing a diversity of crops and extend­
ing the practice on the local pro­
jects wag recommended by him.
Senator Steiwer recited some of
IS OUR SPECIALTY
the historical aspects of Irrigation
HOME MADE PASTRY
In Umatilla county and Oregon. The
WE SERVE 40 c LUNCH FROM
first record of ditches being built in
Umatilla county for carrying irriga­
11:30 TILL 3:00 F. M.
tion water d a^ s back to the early
Fried Chicken, home style, 5Oo
’60s, be said. The Allen ditch was
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOUR! started in 1883 on the Umatilla
meadows. In 1891 the Raley act
Open 5:30 to 9:30.
was enacted and clarified state law
as to Irrigation work.
The senator characttrlzed the Uma­
tilla Rapids project as a great dream
that should challenge all of us. Its
construction w ill create a second W il­
lamette valley, add vast values to
Oregon’s wealth and aid in the de­
velopment of the northwest by har­
If ITS
nessing hydro-electric power.
Representative Sinnott spoke brief­
ly about the history of the McKay
dam and told some of the problems
YOU WANT
the western senators and represen­
tatives
encounter in their efforts to
CALL25-J
secure enactment of legislation that
make possible new works, or relief for
COUNTRY HAULS SOLICITE!
projects on which mistakes were made
in the building.
The government wrote off accum­
TRANSFER AND DRAY
♦ ulated losses on projects last year
amounting to about 12 million dol­
lars, and admitted further probable
losses aggregating several million
dollars, he said. The east has been
assured that the losses now taken by
the government represent sufficient
relief to establish projects to make
it possible for them to succeed.
Music for the program was given
by Mias Seyler and Miss Waterman
who sang a duet. Later the Pendle­
ton trio, consisting of Bert Jerard, Ed
Olsen and Brook Dickson, entertain­
ed with musical numbers that were
much appreciated by the audience.
The dinner for the banquet was
furnished and served by the Ladles
Aid society of the Methodist Episco­
That need repairing to onr shop pal church. Clgcrs were furnished
by the commercial club. More than
in Pendleton.
200 guests were present.
The general. committee in charge
consisted of E. P. Dodd, F. C. Mc-
Kemzle, H. E. Hitt, W. J. Warner
and C. S. McNaught.
FOUNTAIN
Bert Mullins
Home Cooking
REX CAFE
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
SE R V IC E
T. H. Gaither. X
Legal Blanks for
Sale at This Office
Send Your Shoes
We Prepay
Return Postage
And usually send back shoes on
the same day received.
Onr excellent equipment and fast
service will satisfy your needs
for this work.
Pendleton Shoe
Shop
643 Main Street
PENDLETON, OREGON
UMATILLA ITEMS
Umatilla baseball team defeated
Boardman at Boardman Sunday by a
score of 8 to 4. Umatilla started
out with a bang. The first man up
•tingled and the next two men were
out. Then Duckworth tripled and
waa out trying to stretch his hit into
a home run. Umatilla scored twice
In the third, four times in the eighth
and oace In the ninth. Boardman
scored two in the first and two In the
second and wr $
t>tank«4 from then
In some places on the project straw­
berry plants are not thriving as they
should, County Agent Holt has dis­
covered in making his rounds. He
suggested that growers whose plants
are dying get In touch with him so
that remedial measures may be ap­
plied.
purpose. In the corn growing states
LODGE DIRECTORY
the stalks are largely wasted and if
they can be turned into artificial QUEEN E8THER CHAPTER N*.
silk, as recent laboratory experiments
101, O. E. 8.. meets second sad
have demonstrated, a very important fourth Tuesday evenings of each
Industry is assured.
month in Masonic Hall. Visiting
members welcome.
Co-operative effort Is growing
Maud M. Kellogg, W. M.
among the farmers of Canada. Rec­ Kathryn L. Garner, Secretary.
ently in southern Ontario, an organ­
ization of fruit and vegetable ship­ VINEYARD LODGE NO. 20«, L O. O.
pers was formed for the purpose of F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
bringing about closer co-operation Fellows' hall. Visiting members eor-
between the growers and shippers dially invited.
and a better understanding of the W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
problems to be faced.
Childs Barham, N. O.
Leather furniture coverings look
better and last longer if they’re rubb­
ed occasionally with castor oil This
restores to the leather the oil that
gradually dries out. The oil should
be well rubbed in and any excess
wiped off the surface, or it will col­
The Baker Democrat says that
lect and hold dirt which will often
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
darken the leather, and soil what­ cattle prices are climbing and are
now the highest since the war, aver­
ever touches it.
Dr. F. V. PRIME
age steers selling at 8 cents on foot
DENTISTRY
and
scarce,
and
no
marketable
cows
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McNaught re-
Dental X-Ray and Diagnosis
I turned the first of the week from to be had.
Hermiston, Oregon
¡Portland where they spent several
Bank Bldg.
Phone Conneetlo
days.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
UMTILLA DRAINAGE DISTRICT
STATE MARKET AGENT
—
There were fifty new Granges or­
ganized in the United States during
the first quarter of this year, Ohio
leading with 13, Washington in sec­
ond place with 6,Oklahoma organized
5, Idaho, Indiana and Michigan 4
each; Colorado and Oregon 3 each;
Iowa and New York 2 each; Califor-
| nia, Kansas, Maryland and Vermont,
1 each.
W. J. W ARNER
Notice is hereby given that a meet­
ing of the owners of land situated in
Attorney-at-Law
the Umatilla Drainage District will be
1 : :
Oregon
held at the office of the Furniah Hermiston
Ditch Company, In the City of Stan­
field, Umatilla County, Oregon, on
h s. M c K enzie , m . d -
the 25th day of May, 1927, at 2
o’clock P. M. for the purpose of elect­
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
ing one Supervisor for a term of two
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
years to fill out the unexpired term
Pendleton, Oregon
of S. R. Archer, resigned, apd for the
purpose of electing one Supervisor for
a term of three years In the place of
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
James M. Kyle, whose term expires,
Physician and Surgeon
and for the purpose of transacting
Rea. Phone T il
such other business as may come be­ Office Phone 733.
fore the meeting.
Office in First National Bank BHg.
F. A. BAKER,
Secretary for Board of Supervisors.
36-2tc
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
on. The features of the game was
The Grange News of Seattle sug­
the catch by R. Berger of Boardman
and the general all around playing gests; Separate tnilk on the farm
of Macomber of Boardman, and the while it is still warm. The fat will
hitting and base running of P. Han-1 then flow readily through the mach-
8en of Umatilla.
' | fne- The temperature should be 85
R. H. E. degrees or more for the average sep-
Umatilla
.......................... 8 jg jjarator. When the temperature Is 85
9 4 ! degrees or less ipore fat is left in the
Boardman ............................. 4
Batteries— Umatilla, F. Hansen shim milk.Speed of the machine will
and Duckworth; Boardman, C. Ber­ also affect the amount of fat left in
ger and Rand. Next Sunday Uma­ the milk.
tilla plays the strong Eagles team of
“The reasonable view of co-opera-
Pendleton on the home grounds.
Miss Sara Rix was hostess at a
marketing, says O. B. Jesnes of
bridge party at her home Saturday the Kentucky experiment station, Is
afternoon. Mr9. E. McKenzie won , that 11 K«8 results for its members
the gland prize. Those present w ereiby performing services, and not by at-
Mesdames D. C. Brownell, Cherry, tempting to fix prices at an artificial
Paulu, Knudsen, Springer, Conlon,; ^eve' *n disregard of actual market
Mahoney, E. Tucker, Gean Clark, ■ conditions.
Hull, McKenzie, Clark, Guiwits.
i
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Dick Lane and mother motored to
Tbe Ekss amlner, official bulletin
Pendleton Saturday on business.
th« o-operative Poultry Producers,
The masons gave a movie entitled ! Portland, tells poultrymen; “It will
‘•Tell It to the Marines’’ Wednesday PaV X°u to lake K° od care of your
and Thursday nights at the New eggs. Gather them often. Hold them
in a cool dry place, out pf drafts.
theatre.
SU M M E R E X C U R S IO N FARES
IN EFFECT MAY 22 TO SEPT. 30
Mrs. William Shepherd and daugh­ Handle them carefully to avoid
RETURN LIM IT OCTOBER 31,1937
cracking
or
Injury
to
the
contents.”
ters spent the week-end with rela­
ROUND TRIP TO
tives at Walla Walla.
A Grant county veterinarian says
DENVER................. »87.70
Jim Pound of Albany is making an
OM AHA
70.JS
K A N SA S C ITY
7 0 .3 !
extended visit with his parents, Mr. in the Eugle that foot-rot in sheep,
D ES M OINES....... 1M$
annoying,
is
not
particularly
serious,
and Mrs. J. H. Pound.
S T . L O U IS............. 8 0 .1 !
CH ICAG O .............. 8 3 .0 !
Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Martin were and may be cured by allowing the
D ET R O IT
104.87
animals to stand five minutes in
IN C IN N A T I....... 103.18
Pendleton visitors Friday.
.EVELAND
107.81
troughs
containing
six
Inches
deep
of
Mr. and Mrs. George Kendler and
1RONTO............ 117
w
s
t
v
tM
solution
composed
of
bluestone,
one
daughter Agnes and aunt, Mrs. Al­
7ASHIN'
ien, were Walla Walla shoppers Sat­ pound to the gallon of water. He
says that the carbolic sheep dip, or
J im i
urday.
BO STO N .
Mrs. Arthur Burton and Mrs I formaldehyde six ounces to gallon of
Low fares also to other points In
Charles Bennett motored tp Pendleton I wa‘«r I" al8° * °°d In 8erio',B cases
Middle West, South and East.
F,.(dny
'the crust of the sore should be brok-
Miss Madeline Dillan of Pendleton'cn and ths P118 8<l«««ad out b«for«
Liberal ito p o v e n perm it viiiting
spent the week end at the home of | treatment.
Z ie n N a tio n a l P a rk
O rand Canyon N a tio n a l P a rk
Mr. and Mrs Vivian Martin.
Y ellow sto n e N a tio n a l P a rk
The
Oregon
Farmer
wisely
counsels
The Umatilla high school play Fri­
Kooky M ountain N a f l Pack
day night was a success. Proceeds butter makers to induce their home
For Illu str a te d B ook lets,
merchants
to
handle
only
real
butter
were $73.00.
Reservations and Information,
Mrs. Tom Jones spent the w e.k- and n0 vegetable oil substitutes, and
address Agent named below.
end in Portland with her husband, als0 advises them to quit sending
Tom Jones, who is employed in Al­ their money to distant mail order
houses, but do their buying as near
bina.
Mrs. W. T. Lambert and Mrs. Rob­ home as possible.
ert Merritt left Friday night for
T M OVERLAND ROUTS AfrpOL
Making silk out of the fiber
Seattle where they will visit thslr
corn stalks is a hew adventure
F. C, Woughter, Agent, JHgHw
sister.
Hermiston, Oregon
tjWyWr
Mrs. C. C. Lambert and Mrs. From- Illinois. It is proposed to build
dahl and Mrs. Ervin and Mrs. Wood­ $2,000,0000 plant at Peoria for this
ard made a business trip to Pendle­
ton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams and child­
ren of Portland, moved into one of
Mrs. Edwards’ apartments last Fri­
day. Mr. Williams has a position at
the O. W. depot.
Mrs. Albert Ford and Mrs. Tlple
spent the week-end with relatives in
Portland.
Mrs. Ben Spencer spent the week­
end with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ray­
mond of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank James spent
Saturday in Portland on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hull re­
turned Thursday from Spokane,
D. C. Brownell returned from
Portland Sunday night.
Mrs. Nugent, Mrs. McFarland, Mrs.
Cherry, Mrs. Llewellyn and Mrs. Jew­
ett motored to Pendleton Friday on
he m a n u fa c tu rin g o f e q u ip m e n t for th e
club business.
Bell S y ste m w as o n e o f th e e a rlie st, a n d
Pete McNabb made a business trip
is now a m o n g th e o u ts ta n d in g exam p les o f th e
to Portland Saturday.
s ta n d a rd iz a tio n a n d q u a n tity p ro d u c tio n
Clarence Powell spent the week­
w hich a re d is tin c tiv e c h a ra c te ris tic s o f A m eri­
end home with his family.
Walter Bullard and Frank Clark
c a n in d u s try .
.
''
,
1
attended an Elks initiation Thursday
• Q u a n tity p ro d u c tio n for th e n a tio n -w id e
evening in Pendleton. ”
B ed S y ste m m a k e s i t p o ssible to p u t in to
Mrs. Prahl of Portland Is visiting
e v e ry ite m o f te le p h o n e e q u ip m e n t b e tte r
her grandaughter, Mrs. Elmer Chap-
m a te ria l a n d b e tte r w o rk m a n sh ip , a t a low er
pel.
c o st to th e te le p h o n e u se r, th a n c o u ld o th e r ­
Mrs. Mart Robinson entertained
w ise he d o n e. B u t th e d o m in a n t a d v a n ta g e o f
the 500 club at her home Wednesday
u n ifo rm m a n u fa c tu rin g , u n d e r s ta n d a r d speci­
afternoon. Mrs. D. C. Mahoney won
ficatio n s, lies in th e im p ro v e m e n t o f th e service.
the grand prize. Those present weie
Mesdames Knudsen. Sturgill, Han­
E v e ry tr a n s m itte r in th e S y ste m is d e sig n ed
son, Cresman, Ryser, D. C. Brow n-1
to w o rk in h a rm o n y w ith e v e ry re c e iv e r all
ell, Mahoney.
o v e r th e la n d a n d to c o -o rd in a te w ith all th e
Funeral services were held W ed-1
c o m p lic a te d e q u ip m e n t a n d lin e s b e h in d . A ll
nesday in Portland for George Sept
c a n fu n c tio n a t full efficiency fo r th e y a re
who died May 7. The deceased was
desig n ed a n d m a n u fa c tu re d for t h a t p u rp o se .
born November 14, 18*9 In the
southern part of Russia. He Is sur- j
S ta n d a r d iz a tio n , n o t o n ly o f e q u ip m e n t b u t
vlved by his widow and 11 children,;
o f o p e ra tin g m e th o d s, is th e o n ly b asis u p o n
five daughters and six sons. The
w hich it w ould be possible a d e q u a te ly to m e e t
children who were here at the time
A m e ric a ’s n eed o f a n a tio n -w id e , u n iv e rsa l
their father's death were Mrs. Chris
Snyder of Bellingham; Mrs. T. Bets-
te le p h o n e service.
worth and Mrs. George Sept of Medl-
cine Hat, Canada, and Ed. Sept of:
T he P acific T elephone A no T elegraph C ompany
Hatton, Canada.
to w
JL / fares
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U N IO N
P A C IF IC
Standardization in Service
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On« Policy r O n tS ytlim » Univcrtal Servie»
M AP TXT WAJTT AM
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chronio
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 811
HERMISTON, OREGON
ï J. L. VAUGHAN !
5 ■
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206 East Court St.
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Pendleton, On.
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Everthing
Electrical
FOR YOU
Phone 139
Hermiston
Transfer
We Haul
ANYTHING
ANYWHERE
ANYTIME
TELEPHONE 31
L. J. M cA tee
FAINTS. WALLPAPER,
PICTURE MOULDINGS
AND GLASS
CONTRACTING
513 Main St.
Phone 159
Pendleton, Oregon.
Hermiston
Hospital
Maternity Cases our Specialty
OUR MOTTO:
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
Come and see us about onr new
and reasonable rates. Graduate
nurse in attendance at all times.
TELEPHONE 881
Have
Anticipated
We
Y our n eed s in e v e ry th in g
th a t is n ecessary to
com ­
p le te y our g o lf outfit.
Come in and
give our line the
“once over.”
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