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

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    Wednesday, May 11.
lu ir lo Horseley of Montpelier,
Idaho, is making ah extended visit
with hip sister, Mrs. Pete McNabb.
Mrs. aM, Mrs. A. H. Spafford and
children of Pendleton spent Sunday
with Mr. Spafford’s sister. Mrs. W.
Conlon.
owned by Dr. M. 9. Kern of Pendle­
Mr. and Mrs. James Burwick and
ton.
chilren pnd Mr. and Mrs. Clint Har­
vey and children motored to Pendle­
Umatilla Defeated
The strong Eagle lodge team of ton Saturday evening.
Pendleton Journeyed down to Uma­
litre. Arthur Bunting, Mrs. Charles
tilla Sunday and defeated the locals Bennett and Mrs. George Fetzer and
by a score of 11 to 6. Umatilla’s Bon Paul motored to Sherman Wed­
downfall came from a wlerd exhibi­ nesday. Mrs. Fetzer Is eu route to
tion of catching, six passed balls and 1 Bend to visit her mother.
one error being charged to the
The Umatilla county health asso-
catcher. Umatilla had a slight edge I elation members in the west end of
in hitting with 11 hits tor a total of the county are planning on holding
14 bases and the Eagke got 11 hltB a oint function to raise the quota for
good for 13 bases but the latter made this end of the county to maintain
every one of their count.
the county health nurse and school
F. Hansen struck out twelve men clinics. The first meeting to decide
In seven Innings and P. Hansen on definite plans has been called by
struck out two In two Innings making Mrs. McNaught, vice-president, at
14 Eagles going out by this route.
Hermiston library Wednesday. May
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18, at 3 P. M.
Pendleton Eagles ............ 11 11
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Mrs. Hazel Logan of McMinnville,
U m atilla.............................. 6 11
5 spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs.
Batteries— Eagles, Woodward and Clint Harvey.
Hirschler; Umatilla, F. Hansen, P.
Mrs. W. A. Conlon made a business
Hansen and Duckworth. Next Sun­ trip to Pendleton Tuesday.
day. May 22, Boardman plays at
Mart Griffin is making an addition
Umatilla.
of three rooms to his house.
Preston Hanson and Harry Gram-
! mer motored to the Deschutes river
HERMISTON LOCALS
l Tuesday and spent two days fishing.
A. B. Stephens made a business
“It looks to me as If we should fig­
ure on cutting the first crop of al­ trip to Pendleton Tuesday.
W. J. Sherlock spent the week end
falfa early, even though the yield Is
light, and give the plants a chance with his wife qnd daughter at the
to start in with new growth,” said i A. B. Stephens home.
W. H. Shephard and Leslie Thomp­
Ed Jackson the other day. ‘‘The
tops of plants are stunted in many son are on a fishing trip t o ‘the Des­
fields because of the freeze and are chutes.
not making a satisfactory growth.
They.yron’t grow either, according
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to my way of thinking, until the old
T h ia coupon and 2Sc e n title the under-
signed to one 35c can o f Acme Q u ality
plant« fall under the sickle and the
E n am el-K o tp , a n y color, and a special
20c P a in t Brush.
new shoot» start."
Addition Is Built
An addition to the office room oc­
cupied by Dr. DaVtd S. Row« next
door to the Hermiston Light A
Power Co. ie under coustructlun
this week. The addition la 12 by
28 feet, of frame construction and Is
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LOW RATES
for time payments
on diese cars
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Is one of the chief requisite» needed by those who would succeed.
A N Y FAMILY entitled to credit may
The prizes of success are not easily won, and without exercis­
ing initiative, the goal can be reached only by accident— one ehace
AA buy
a General Motors car and pay
JL j L for it while using it, under the
GMAC Plan.
W hen time payments first became an
accepted form of car purchase, General
Motors organized its own finance com­
pany, the General Motors Acceptance Cor­
poration, to make sure that the sale of its
cars on time would be in the buyer’s in­
terest and that the finance charges would
be fair.
GMAC rates have always been low;
and the last reduction has saved General
Motors’ customers more than $12,000,000.
The General Motors line includes a car
for every purse and purpose”— a suitable
model for every income. You can buy it
out of income, paying no more than the
cash delivered price, plus o n ly the low
GMAC financing charge. And the whole
transaction is so conducted as to keep
your goodwill and satisfaction.
in a million.
This bank welcomes the chance to aid men and women who
have courage and initiative.
First N a tio n a l B an k
at Hermiston
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profit* Over $50,000
F. B. Swayza. Pres.
R. Aiexader. Vlce-Prea.
A. H. Norton. Cashier W. L. Hamm, Asst. Cashier
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
FOB SALE
; ii T- -From my pasture about May
40, oufc Jersey heifer, mouse color­
ed, 1 year old. Any Information
w ill be appreciated by E. D. Mnr-
37-lc
tin.
FOR SALE— Household furniture,
including range, beds, dresser,
chairs, dishes, etc. W. D. Gordon,
about 1M> ml. north experiment
farm.
37-2tc
Best pasture for cattle, running
water. Leonard H. Pearson. 37-3t
Good bluegrass pasture
Bert Nation.
for
cattle.
37-tfc
(Furnished by Farm Bureau Co-oper­
ative of Hermiston. Unless other­
wise specified, prices are per hundred
w eight.)
Scratch. 100s — ........................... $2.42
Bran, 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 Ccirn, 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 sh ell .......................................... 90
Whole O a ts...................................... 2.10
Salt, half ground 50s.......................45
CLIP THE C O U PO N
iE TKE GMAC PLAN to enjoy a new car n o w .
Use it to get a b e t t e r car for what you plan
to spend. Have General Motors quality. Share in
the economies of volume production. Look over
the list o f General Motors cars below. See which
car suits your purse. Thencheck and mail the coupon.
W e will send you full information about th at car
and about the fair, low-cost GMAC Plan of paying
for it out of income. Don’t wait. Clip the coupon
and mail it TODAY.
U
Red Star gasolene or keroslne stove
with oven. See Floyd Knerr. 37-2p
FOR SALE OR TRADE— No. 4 Sharp­
ies cream separator, good shape,
$40. Take pigs, heifers, or sheep.
F. C. Frederickson, Irrigon. 35-tfc
FOUNTAIN
FOR SALE— Three banded Italian
Queens. C. Champion, Hermiston,
Oregon.
(Breeder for Skovbo
Apiaries.)
33-tfc
Cigars, Tobacco
HIGH GRADE PIANO In vicinity of
Hermiston can be bought on small
monthly payments. For particu­
lars white Pendleton Music House,
Pendleton, Oregon.
33-4tc
Bert Mullins
Barber Shop
For" sale— Two big six McCormick
mowers, two McCormick hay rakes
and derrick. W. A. Leathers. 31tf
Home Cooking
IS OUR SPECIALTY
HOME MADE PASTRY
I w ill have pasture for 30 to 40
cows. Good water and lots of
■hade. Guy Cronk.
31tfc
FOR SALE — Four Duroc Jersey
boars. Inquire W. C. Meyers, Echo,
or write Frank Ulrich, Pendleton.
29-tic
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WE SERVE 40o LUNCH FROM
11 :3 0 TILL 3 :0 0 P .M .
Fried Chicken, home style, SOo
SHORT ORDERS AZ ALL HOURf
Open 8 :3 0 t o 0:30.
Good blue grass pasture shade and
water, for thle spring, summer and
tall. Cattle only. See W. A. Leathers.
28-tfe.
Satisfaction guaranteed
laundry work. W rite
Dolven, Hermlton.
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on home
Mrs. N.
31-4tp
Read The Herald Want Ada
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YOU WANT
CALL 25-7
WANTED TO BUY— 50 or 60 head * COUNTRY HAULS SOLICITE! *
of cattle, Wm. Leathers. 29-tfc
T. H. Gaither J
Bring your broken furniture to me +
to be repaired. Tom Jensen.
17-tfc
TRANSFER AND DRAY
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REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
INSURANCE. J- M . BIGGS, RE­
ALTOR.
I$ -« e
ADDING m u h in e rolle nt the Herald
office.
FOR SALE—Adding machine rolls
at the Herald offlee.
Hermiston Second Hand Store.—
Furniture and Hardware, Bee Sup­
plies. Harness, Snddlee. Wagons.
3S-3fc
Herald Want Adz Bring Yon Results
W u t Ads Bring
Legal Blanks for
Sale at This Office
Send Your Shoes
That need repairing to oar shop
in Pendleton.
W e Prepay
Return Pottage
And usually send back shoes on
the same day received.
LEO N W . BRIGGS,
(3S-3te)
County Treasurer
Dr. F. V. PRIME
DENTISTRY
Dental X-Ray and Diagnosis
Hermiston, Oregon
Bank Bldg.
Phone Conneotloa
W. 7. W ARNEN
Attorney-at-law
Hermiston
SPECIAL
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Oregon
H 8. McKENZIE, M. D-
Eye. Ear- Nose and Throat
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendle.on, Oregon
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 733.
Res. Phone 719
Office in First National Bank B B g.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chronio
Disease.
HERMISTON, OREGON
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IB B B B B B B B B B r
IB E B E M
! J. L. VAUGHANS
206 East Court S t
Y ou will
sc a r c e ly know
your own rooms
Mrs. Harriet Ford was hostess at
a bridge party given at the E. Mc­
Kenzie home Friday afternoon. Mrs.
Jean Clark received the grand prize.
Those present wer« Mesdames E.
Tucker, Paulu, Cherry, Bennett,
Turnbow, Knudsen, Mahoney. Clark,
Conlon, Rix, L. Brownell, Hull, D. C.
Brownell, McKenzie.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Buntin and
children motored to Elgin to spend
the week end with their .daughter
Arthel.
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Mrs. George Sept and children left
S pecially p leasing is th eco lo r
for Canada Sunday where they will
range in N o -L u stre F in ish
G e n e r a l M o to rs (D e p t. A ), D e tr o it, M ich .
makt an extended visit with rela­
F la t W all P a in t fo rw a llsa n d
tives.
E n a m e l- K o t e fo r in t e r io r
I EASE send, without any obligation to ma, illustrated litera­
Louts« Priddy has been confined
ture about the General Motors product I have marked below
w ood s and furnitu re.
to her bed the past two wesks with
—together with the name of the neareit dealer In cate I may
Before you buy any paint, come in .
wiah a demonstration. ALSO SEND TOUR PROVING GROUND BOOK.
typhoid fever.
and tee us. We are hers to SOTS you.
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Mrs. Schriber and children are
BLESSING HARDWARE CO.
leaving for Seattle in the near future
HERMISTON, OREGON.
wher« they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Spencer attended
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Address—.
the haccalauerate sermon Sunday
night at the .Methodist church of
Hermiston.
7 m o d e ls —- $ 5 2 5 to $ 7 4 5
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Joder made a
The quality car o f the low-priced field. 3->peed trantm l*.
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business trfp to Pendleton Friday.
•ion. Strong rear axle. Smooth dry-disc clutch. Over-heed
Mrs. John McNurlen of Pendleton
valve engine. Fbher Bodies. Duco finish. Fully equipped.
spent last week visiting friends in
C H E V R O L E T T R U C K CHASSIS: '¿-ton, $395» 1-ton, $495.
Umatilla.
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The Umatilla chapter gave a party
5 m o d e ls — $ 7 7 5 to $ 9 7 5
Tuesday evening in honor of Mr.
Toiles and mother, Mrs. Harper, and
A low-priced “ six" which it a quality product in appear­
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sturgill.
ance and construction. Value proved by unprecedented
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Reid epent
sale. H a t largest 6-cyUnder engine In its price das*.
Sunday at the Stewart home in Stan-
Beautiful lines. Fisher Bodies. Duco finish. AU convenience*.
field.
Those who attended the McKay
11 m o d e ls— $ 9 7 5 t o $ l 1 9 0
dam celebration last Tuesday from
A fine car at moderate cost. Gratifies your finer taste t satis­
Umatilla were Harry Hull. E. Tuck­
fies every need. Beautiful Fithe. Bodies. Duco finish.
er, D. It. Brownell, Mart Griffin, Mr.
Powerful 6-cylinder engine. Harmonic balancer and other
and Mrs. A. E. McFarlafid, Mr. and
new improvements. 4-wheel brakes. And a wide choice of models.
Mrs. D. C. Brownell. Mr. and Mrs.
Houghton.
Andrew Brosek was a Umatilla
7 m o d e ls — $ 1 0 9 5 to $ 1 2 9 5
visitor Monday.
W inning and holding goodwill everywhere because of tet
W. H. Woodward purchased the
superior performance- Fisher Bodies. Duco finish. Rubber
restaurant former') owned by Mrs. C.
silenced chassis. 4-wheel brakes. A “ six” whose quality it
doubly assured a* a product of General Motors.
1C. Lambert.
S U M M E R E X C U R S IO N F A R E S
I N E F F E C T M A Y 22 T O S E P T . 30
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rider and Net-
R E T U R N L I M I T O C T O B E R 21. >»27
i tie Parks of Pead! ■; a spent Sllnthy
18 m o d e ls — $ 1 1 9 5 to $ 1 9 9 5
round r i i » to
|at the A. E, McFari.ti.il ranch.
T o :U
Everybody knows Buick’* worth. General Motors empha­
Reports have tome in f-oin Vm;’-
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sizes Btiick’a statement that it* new models represent "The
lilla strawberry ._;r >.v. n lit it lit, re
Greatest Buick Ever Built.” Vibrationless beyond belief.
will be a muc.t bettor crop than pre­
6-cylinder valve-in-head engine. Fisher Bodies. Duco finish.
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dicted.
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Harry Hull r«Vi n >1 Monday frrm
SD ... 107.St
11Z.SO
6 m o d e ls — $ 2 4 9 5 to $ 2 6 8 5
Spokane wher^ lie spent ilirve days
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business.
Genera I Motors* latest contribution to the fine car field.
Mrs. Roy Paulu left Sunday night
New end beautiful car designed and built by Cadillac as a
for Portland where she Is taking voc­
companion car to Cadillac. Ha* V-type 8-cylinder engine.
Fisher Bodies. Duco finish. Now on display.
al lessons.
Low fare* also to other point* in
Henry Priddy has purchased the
Middle We*t, South and Eaat.
5 0 b o d y sty les an d type«—
George Sept place.
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ttn ra l ito p o v c n p erm it vitilin g
$ 2 9 9 5 to $ 9 0 0 0
Umatilla women's club is sending
Z le a N a tio n a l P erk
tw o delegates to the state federation
The pioneer in the «-cylinder field. Standard of the world.
TTniilT Canyon N n tto M l P a rk
Improved V-type 9O-degrec engine. Marvelous bodies by
convention at Bend, Oregon, May 23
Y e lle w e te n e N a tio n al P a rk
Fisher and Fleetwood. Duco finish. Choice of 500 different
to 26.
Roefcy M eo n taln N a f l P a rk
color and upholstery combinations to emphasize individuality.
For Illu str a te d Booklet»,
Miss Marian Springer was hostess .
Reservations and Information,
at a one o’clock luncheon In her hom,.'
address Agent named below.
¡Saturday afternoon in honor of the J
[ALL PRICES F .O .B . FACTORY]
Senior class.
ALSO -
Mr. and Mrs. George Butterworth i
D E L C O -L IG H T elec trie
F R IG ID A IR E electric re­
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and Glenn Blakely motored to La i
plants. Another General
frig e ra to r*. T h e largest
Grande Saturday evening to attend
telling electric refrigerator In
Motor* product. Bring* you all
the prize fight there.
tub o vsxland sours
the world Built by General
th e convenience* a n d labor-
Mr. and Mra. George May are the!
Motors. Many models.
saving device* of electricity.
F. C. Woughter, Agent
proud parent* of a baby boy born on I
Hermiston, Oregon
ACME QUALITY
Paint^Varnish
CHEVROLET
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PONTIAC
O A K LA ND
Our excellent equipment and fait
service w ill satisfy yonr needs
for this work.
Pendleton Shoe
Shop
643 Main Street
PENDLETON, OREGON
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ANY AND
Everthing
Electrical
FOR YOU
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Phone 139
Pendleton, O n .
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Hermiston
Transfer
We Haul
ANYTHING
ANYWHERE
ANYTIME
TELEPHONE 31
L. J. M cA tee
PAINTS, WALLPAPER,
PICTURE MOULDINGS
AND GLASS ’
CONTRACTING
813 Main St.
Phone 15S
Pendleton, Oregon,
Hermiston
Hospital
Maternity Cases onr Specialty
OUR MOTTO:
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
Come and see us abot t onr new
and reasonable rates. Graduate
nurse in attendance at all times.
TELEPHONE 881
BUICK
Its
CALL FOR WARRANTS
All O. and M. Warrants of the
West Extension Irrigation District,
registered on or before April 15,
1927, w ill be paid on presentation
at the office of the County Treasurer
of Morrow county, on or after May
12th. 1927, nt which date interest
on said warrants w ill cease.
Heppner, Oregon. April 20th. 1927.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
T o acq uain t you w ith Acm e
Q u a lity , we are m aking a spe-
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c ia l offer fo r a
OLDSMOBILE
Watch, clock and Jewelry repairing.
Be« Newell, next door to Sappers.
IS-tfe
Polands for Profits. Stillings. 37tf
Address..
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FOR MAT-m— No. 1 fresh eows. B.
Hammer.
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miscellaneous
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 298. I. O. O.
F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
Fellows’ hail. Visiting members cor­
dially invited.
W. R. Longhorn. Secretary.
Childs Barham, N. G.
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
Hours, 10 to 6. and by appointment
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 311
Name...
Just a few strokes of a
paint brush are all that
stand between you and a
home interior that visit­
ors will admire and envy.
Scuffed up floors, marred
woodwork and furniture,
walls, ceilings, even the
radiators, can be magic­
ally transformed with
GENERAL
MOTORS
E S T H E R C H A P T E R No.
101, O. B. 8-, meets second and
fourth Tuesday evenings of each
month in Masonic Hall. Visiting
members welcome.
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Maud M. Kellogg, W. M.
Kathryn L. Garner, Secretary.
Q U EEN
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REX CAFE
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People who knqw the Yakima val­
ley only in a general way think of it
as being chiefly devoted to fruit, but
that idea is not correct, according
to O. F. Spring. In Yakima there
are three creameries, any one of
which has as much or more business
than the combined business of the
Walla Walla creameries. In addi­
tion thsre are cream stations. There
are several other creameries sprink­
led over the valley. Soft fruit was
killed by the freeze, but prospects are
that the apple men will have to thin
the crop. Mr. and M b . Spring were
here early in the week as guests of
Mrs. Bess Spencer.
LODGE MREOTQBY
We Have
Anticipated
Your needs in everything
that is necessary to com­
plete your golf outfit.
Come in and
give our line the
« once over. »9
HITT