The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, August 04, 1927, Image 3

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    THE HBBMJSTOB HEttAXJ». HEBjUBTON. OHEG OX.
e V O Z C S YO U K . T H O U G H T S 9 Y T l l t f H O N l .
SA V IN G DIMES
G
W ill build a bigger savings account than you’d imagine.
Hany an account that starts w ith the small change that is so
easy to spend becomes the foundation of homes, businesses, careers.
Even if you have lived half a lifetim e without having a sav­
ings account, it is not too late to sta rt
And the children are never too young to have an account in
this Bank.
First N ational Bank
>f
C a p ita l,
Heriuiaiob
S u r p lu s a n d U n d iv id e d P r o f i t s O v e r $ 5 0 , 0 0 0
F. B. Swayze, Elea
K. Alexader, Vlce-Pree.
A. H. Norton. Cashier W. L. Hamm, Aast. Cashier
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
0 ! , SALI
FOR SALE— Child’s bed, big rocker,
buffet, writing desk. Call 83-J.
48-lp
FOR SALE— Furniture, including
dining room set, rug, bed room
set, heater, cooking utensils, etc.
Frank Ward.
48-2tp
PIANO MUST BE SOLD
W ill sacrifice fine piano in storage
near here. Will give easy terms to
a responsible person. For full par
tculars and where piano can be seen,
address Portland Music Company.
227 6th St., Portland, Ore.
48-4tc
FOR SALE— De Laval separator,
good condition. Sold my cows and
don’t need it. Priced right. Geo.
Corse.
47-2tp
(Furnished by Farm Bureau Co-oper­
ative of Hermiston. Unless other­
wise specified, prices are per hundred
weight )
Scratch ............................................. $2.88
Bran, 60s .............................................. 96
Egg Mash ........................................ 2.45
Ground Oats .................................... 2.25
Ground Barley ......
2.00
Wheat ................................................. $.13
Corn, No. 2 ............
2.45
Cracked Corn, No. 2..................... 2.55
Ground Corn, No .2........................ 2.55
Mill Run, 80s ................................. 1.32
Cow Feed ........................................ 2.27
Ground W heat................................. 2.25
Shorts, 80s ................................
1.44
Rolled Barley ................................. 1.58
Calf Meal, per pound.................... 3 H e
Middlings ........................................ 1.90
Oyster shell .............
90
Whole Oats ...................................... 2.15
Salt, half ground 50s.........................45
F O U N T A IN
FOR RENT— Six room modern house,
west side. Se9 Jinn's Todd 4f,-tfc
Cigars, Tobacco
FOR SALE—Good Jersey milk, morn­
ing and evening deliveries. Milk
on Ice at the house at all hours.
Phone 25-M. H. S. Hanby. 42-tfc
Try Burk’a for Bargains.
39-tfc
FOR SALE— 1 Big 6 McCormick
mower; 1 hay rake. Inland Empire
39-tfc
Lumber Co.
FOR SALE— No. 1 fresh eowa. B.
37-tfe
Hammer.
T he human voice is the most powerful medium of
expression known to man. When talking face to face
with business associates, friends, or loved ones, your
personality » reflected by your -voice ' gains attention
and carries the weight of conviction.
Dii-ance often stands a barrier to personal contact.
Then send your voice with its message— d irect »
persuasive » accurate— the true reflection of your
personality.
Over America’s voice highways countless thous­
ands of such messages speed daily.
To the boundaries of the N a tio n and beyond,
by Long Distance— from your telephone.
TH E PACIHC TELEPH ONE AND TEI EGRAPH COMPANY
WHAT IS ADVERTISING T
Good Blue Grass Pasture, $2.00 per
month. W. A. Leathers.
45-tfc
FOR SALE— Northern Pacific lands
at priceB ranging from $5 to $21,
1-10 down and 10 annual install­
ments at 6 per cent. Yearly im­
provement required. Under McKay
water. Good soil, practically level.
Make application to E. P. Dodd or
J. W. Messner, Hermiston, Oregon.
Ualue o f your 'voice
Barber Shop
"Advertising is the education of
the public as to what you are, where
you are, and what you have to offer
in the way of skill, talent or com­
modity. The only man who should
not advertise is the man who has
nothing to offer the world in the
way of commodity or service.”
— Elbert Hubbard.
Bert Mullins
H o m e C ook in g
IS OUR SPECIALTY
HOME MADE PASTRY
WE SERVE 40c LUNCH FROM
11:30 TILL 3 :0 0 P. M.
Fried Chicken, home style, SOo
REX CAFE
WTHCELLANEOUB
FOR RENT— 7 room modern house
on Gladys Ave. Inquire Mrs. Anna
Strohm, Main street.
47-tfc
LOST— Child’s bathing suit between
reservoir and F ollett’s. Notify D.
D. Follett.
47-2tc
Burk’s, headquarters for Army Shoes.
39-tfc
Watch, lock and Jewelry repairing.
S»« Newell, next door to Sappers.
lS -tfe
Polan'fls for Profit«. Stillings. 37tf
Burk’s for Bargains.
39-tfc
REAL ESTATE BXCHANOBS AND
INSURANCE. 3. M. BIGGS, RE­
ALTOR.
26-tfv
ADDINO machine rolle at the Herald
office.
FOR SALE—Adding machine rolle
at the Herald office.
Hermiston Second Hand Store.—
Furniture and Hardware, Bee Sup­
plies, Harness, Saddles, Wagons.
85-3fe
Herald
W ut
Ada Brine Yo® Besulta
Summer Hours at Hermiston Lib­
rary are from 3 to 6 P. M. 39-tfc
FAMILY WASHING and Ironing
wanted. Mrs. N. Dolven. Phone
68-J-2.
42-4tp
WANTED—Well bred Jersey hull.
Yearling preferred. Price must be
right. Lee Savely.
4 8-ltp
Piano Leeton» Given
I will begin a clans In music for
beginners end the first four grades
August 8. Phone 20-M, or see me.
48-2tp
Elba Hamrick.
Any one owing for mu»tc 1
given by the late Mrs. Harry Watson
please leave amount due at bank
Muatc ordered for puplle la at O. F.
Watson ranch.
41-itp
When Conan Doyle was In St. LouL]
on his visit to the United States lie
met some congenial souls—“cinema
men” he says they were—“who would,
I shout 1 imagine io s less dry climate,
have been a lively crowd.”
“One quaint fellow,” says the cre­
ator of Sherlock Holmes, in his book,
“Our Second American Adventure,”
“who had been a Jockey at some perl
od. guve us some funny ex[ierien--et
on southern race tracks, eaiieclully the
adventures of some negro tout whu
used to get his information ’out or the
outs box,' to use Ills owu expression,
and pass on for a fee the pious of the
horse to his fellows.
“When the Information proved
wrong he had to invent excuses to
avoid trouble.
“ ’Yes, sir, your horse wus beat by
six inches, sir. But it really wasn’t
beat at all. It wus Just unfortunate.
Did you see the race, sir?”
“ ’See It7 I had $2 on it. You bet
I saw IL'
“ ‘Well, fhen. If you saw It you
would notice the rumps o f them
horses was dead on a line when they
passed the post. It was a dead heat
at that end, but you backed a short
horse. That was all that was the mat­
ter.’ ”—Kansas City Star.
Ancestors in Seats
o f H onor at Feasts
Entertaining the spirits of ancestors
and conversing with them is ns real
as an actual affair of this world to
the natives of some of the small Jap­
anese villages in the neighborhood of
Tokyo.
Signal flres are kindled by the vil­
lagers before the craves of their an­
cestors and the spirits Invited to come
home with them to partake of the
feasts spread in their honor. When
the tires go out, torches are lighted
to show the way home for the depart­
ed souls. As they walk It is not ut
all unusual for old folk to talk aloud
to the spirits and often these simple
folk point out a mud puddle to their
spirit guests, warning them to be care­
ful.
When a family reaches home, n tub
of water Is found at the entrance, in
which the spirits are invited to wash
their feet. At the table, the living
members talk to the spirits, usually
about incidents that took place while
the antestors were alive. The follow­
ing night, the spirits are escorted
back to the graveyard and bidden fare­
well until the following year.
-On the Square
People who sit in the grandstand or
staud near a race track In any posi­
tion other than directly opposite the
Judges’ box should not question the
decisions of the Judges in close races,
because they cannot obtain a proper
view of the horses ns they cross the
finishing line, says Science and Inven­
tion Magazine. The Judges are so
placed that they can view the horses
directly In line as they finish, whereas
spe< tators on either side of the finish­
ing point obtain n misleading picture
because of the effects of perspective.
If, for instance, two horses finish
neck and neck, people watching them
from a point ahead of them will think
the horse nearest the railing has won.
On the other hand, spectators viewing
the horses from (he rear are likely
to swear that the one farthest from
the rail Is In the lead. Only the
Judges can determine a winner ac­
curately If the race Is very close at
the end.
Relieved H it Feelings
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURf
Open 0 :3 0 to 9:30.
Party who took our spare tire last
Saturday night, please leave at the ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Black and White Garage and no ♦
questions asked.
48-ltp
IF IT S
U nfortunate T h a t H o
Backed “Short H ot »«’*
UMATILl A ITEMS
BrKClAL. OOK» V8PC MDeNt «
two weeks with his son at Albany
and his daughter, Mrs. Compton at
Portland.
Mr. and Mr«. C. Bankson of Port­
land are visiting with their daughter,
Mrs, Harry Hull.
Mrs. C. C. Lambert and mother
have gone to Ritter Springs on a
vacation.
Mrs. James has been quite ill.
John Marshall returned from Tac­
oma Tuesday and will work as car
inspector in the yards.
“Had a good lecture on Alaska,
didn’t we, Zeb?" asked one of Mr, Gor­
ton's neighbors, meeting hlin the next
morning. "To sit there by the radio
peaceful as pie for two hours hearing
him reel off the Information was n
grand rest for me, beat out with cran
berrying as I be."
“It was a good enough talk," ad
inltted Mr. Gorton, grudgingly, “hut II
didn't rest me any to speak of. (lav
Ing to sll stock stiil without n chance
to get In a word for two mortnl hours.
I was pretly well worn out afterward.
Rut 1 took the lantern out In the wood
shed and by the time I'd split up a
week’s kindling I felt kind of rested
and calmed down."—Kansas City Star.
Mr. and Mrs. Ha-ry Erwin and son
Bobbie and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis From-
dahl and son Earl n otor< d to the
summit Sunday and sj ent the day
YOU WANT
picnicking.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Carlyle and
CALL 28-7
Mr. and Mrs. Max Graybeal spent the
week end in Meacham.
* 30UNTRY HAULS SOLICITE!
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shepherd and
Badger a Fighter
daughters returned Monday from Dal­
The American badger’s habitat va
Operation Is Performed
las after spending two weeks vaca­
rles from pine forests or dry tropical
«
TRANSFER AND DRAY
♦ tioning. Mr. Shepherd burned his
Mrs. David S. Row» submitted to a lowlands to the northern plains,
arm quite severely and will be unable major surgical operation at St. wherever there Is to he found on
to work for several days.
Anthony's hospital in Pendleton nbundance of mice, gophers, ground
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jad»r returned Wednesday afternoon. Her condi­ squirrels, prairie dogs or other small
Saturday from a vacation on the tion is reported to be satisfactory.
mammals. It Is a powerful digging
machine and can capture any nf them !
coast.
at will, says Nature Magazine. Al
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith of
More than 40 year» ago, in 1880 or
Hermiston were Sunday guest« at 1881, to get down to dates, a couple' though a member of the weasel fam j
lly, the badger is not nearly so agile
the Ben Spencer home.
of youngsters named Joe Dyer and I
Mrs. John Marshall and son were George Archer were members of a as Its relatives, so must make up by i
strength and courage wlmt It tacks in
Pendleton shoppers Saturday.
crew for the Newport Construction i quickness. It Is short-legged and
Yon can’t heat the service u d
D. R. Brownell returned from Cali­ Co. that was doing work on the I squatty, so slow footed that a man
workmanship we have.
fornia 8unday after motoring there Northern Pacific and the Canadian may overtake It, but when brought to
with hlg son Earl Brownell of Pasco. Pacific. The two young fellows sep­ bay It fights viciously.
Earl Brownell and family visited re­ arated after concluding their term j
latives in California the past two of service with the company. Chance
Knights of Columbus In Session.
weeks. They stopped over Sunday never brought them together again
Portland, Or.—Members of the
night in Umatilla.
until one day recently when Joe was Knights of Columbus from sll parts
The best money can bay is the
Miss Ina Gilbert returned Sunday visited by a "stranger” who proved ot the United States and possessions
only equipment we w ill nse.
from Corvallis after attending sum­ to be Mr. Archer. The latter with and Canada and Mexico arrived In
hl« wife was on the way home to Portland Monday for the 45th su
mer school.
FOUR SKILLED WORKMEN
Melvin Jenkins spent the week end San Francisco after a trip over the preme council of the order.
east, and they stopped for one day to 1
with friends in Cosmopolis.
Are busy in the shop a ll of the
Mia« Dorthea Tillson is visiting her visit Mr. and Mrs. Dyer. The v isit-!
ltme which insures fast service.
I father, Pete Tillson.
Ing job was well done, according to
NEW ZEALAND MAN SEES
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edwards re­ Mr. Dyer, and had to do with much
turned Monday from Wallowa after that transpired when they were boy«
together and some things that have
!being on a vacation.
(Continued from page one)
Miss Corrigan motored from Me- happened since. "We took off about
five
hours
to
sleep,
and
the
reat
of
1 Mlnnvllle and is a guest at the Harry
Mr. Mannex told Mr. Rodda that
the time we spent talking and laugh­
Hull home.
643 Main Street
he liked the procedure In making In­
Mr. and Mrs Philip Schmidt re­ ing,’’ the local man said.
PENDLETON, OREGON
spections here better than In his own
turned from a visit In Portland.
country. He said the general plan
T
Mice Thelma Montgomery it mak­
Card Of Thank#
of operation here correspond« very
ing an extended visit with her aunt,
We wish to extend our sincere closely to methods followed by com­
Mrs. Earl Todd.
appreciation to the Individuals and mercial bee men In New Zealand.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark are
organisation« of this community for
He left Hermiston Sunday to con­
vacationing at Wallowa for two
| their kindness to ns In our bereave­ tinue his ourney eastward across the
weeks.
Send u> th e p rice o f a y e a r’i
ment In the loss of our wife and United States.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brownell and
"We think we have had some hard
jubocriptior» if you are in arrears Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Llewellyn motor­ mother.
times in New Zealand, but I’m going
Harry
Watson,
ed to Pendleton Thursday on husl-
home with the Idea of expanding my
Jean Watson
businasa and going right ahead,” he
J. H. Pound left Saturday to spend
Marjorie Watson,
said.
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SERVICE
In proportion to population. Mich­
LODGI DDtSOTOBY
igan bas more than eight times as
many telephones as France.
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 20$, I. O. O.
F. meets each Monday evening la Odd
Investigation of Bank Failure Urged Fellows’ hall. Vlaltlng members eor-
Tillamook. Or.—The first concerted dlally Invited.
action on the part of the depositors W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Custis Simons, N. G.
of the Tillamook County bank here,
Insolvent since March 18, was taken
at a meeting when a resolution was
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
adopted requesting the state banking
board to make a full investigation ot
D R . C. M . D A LE
the affairs of the institution. It was
also moved that the depositors’ com­
D E N T IS T R Y
mittee bring suit, either civil or crim­
Office In Bank Bldg.
inal, as is Judged best, against anyone
Evening by appointment.
the committee deems subject to such
action .
W. J. W A R N ER
Modern Barracks at Camp Lewis.
Attomey-at-Law
Camp Lewis, Wash.—With the ar­
i : :
rival of a new commanding general Hermiston
and his staff, the construction of new
anu modern barracks and the arrival
H S. MsKENZIE, M, D-
of outside troops for target practice.
Camp Lewis has uecome one of the
Eye Ear. Nose and Throat
busiest army camps in the country. Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendleton, Oregon
Turkeys, Turkeys
I want them, now, or next
week, or any time. W ill buy
whole flocks,, part flocks, young
or old. Figure with me before
you sell.
Modern
Machinery
Pendleton Shoe
Shop
D O IT N O W
We Need the Money
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 733.
Rea. Phone 711
Office in First National Rank Bldg.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
G ilbert S m ith
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chrr-ia
Address HERMISTON, OREGON
Telephone, Echo, 15-F-14
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffioo
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone $1$
HERMISTON, OREGON
; J. L. V A U G r iA N S
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206 East Court S t
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FOR YOU
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Pendleton, Ore.
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ROUND TRIP TO
DENVER............... »«7.20
OMAHA
70.»«
KANSAS CITY
70.XS
DES MOINES....... 76.30
ST. LOUIS............ 80.»#
CHICAGO............. 85.0#
DETROIT............. 104.07
CINCINNATI
l0».10
CLEVELAND
107.01
TORONTO............112.80
H erm iston
T ran sfer
WASH?NOTON..'.:»S
new
E verthing
E lectrical
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SU M M E R E X C U R S IO N FA R ES
IN EFFECT MAY 2 i TO SEPT. 30
RETURN LIM IT OCTOBER 31,1927
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BOSTON................152.51
We Haul
Low fares also to other points in
Middle West, South and East.
ANYTHING
ANYWHERE
ANYTIME
Liberal stopover» perm it oieiting
Z ton N a t io n a l P a r k
O ra n d C a n y o n N a tio n a l P a r k
Y e llo w s t o n e N a tio n a l P a r k
R o o k y M o u n ta in N a f l P a r k
TELEPHONE 31
For Illu str a te d B ook lets,
Reservations and Information,
address Agent named below.
U N IO N
P A C IF IC
L. J. M cA tee
FAINTS, WALLPAPER,
TUX OVBRLAND KOUTS
PICTURE MOULDINGS
F. C. Wonghter, Agent,
Hermiston, Oregon
AND GLASS
CONTRACTING
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T h ia coupon and 25c en title the under-
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signed t o one 35c can o f Acm e Q u a lity
E n a m c l-K o te , any color« and a special
20c P a in t B rush.
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Nam e
Address..
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T o acquaint you w ith Acm e
Q u a lity , we are m aking a tpe-
SPECIAL
2 ^ ^
013 Main St.
Phone 108
Pendleton, Oregon.
H erm iston
H ospital
Maternity Cases our Specialty
* T. H. Gaither *
For Shoe
R epairing
JAMES I . SEARS, M. D.
OUR MOTTO:
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
By your house
shall they know you
Come and see ns about onr new
and reasonable rates. Graduate
nurse in attendance at all timee.
TELEPHONE 881
P a in t can m ake y o u r house
an a sset. N eg le ct p a in t, and
y o u r hom e b ecom es an e y e ­
sore, a s w ell as a low ered
in v estm en t.
T h e o a in t y o u u se sh ould
b e chosen w isely , else y o u ’ll
lose b o th tim e and m on ey.
N o t o n ly sh ould th e colors
b e b ea u tifu l, b u t th e p a in t
q u a lity m u st b e durable.
W e H ave
A n ticip ated
Your needs in everything
th a t is necessary to com­
ACME QUALITY
Paint^Varnish
F or m ore th a n 4 0 y ea rs A cm e
Q u a lity P ro d u cts h a v e b een
th e ch oice o f th o se w h o in sist
on th e b est. W e can g u a ra n ­
tee their la stin g sa tisfa ctio n .
L et u s figure on th e jo b r
you .
BLESSINO HARDWARE CO.
HERMISTON, OREGON,
plete your golf outfit.
C om e
in
and
give our line th e
“on ce over.”
HITT
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