The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 08, 1927, Image 3

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I I I T
SAFETY DEPOSIT
BOXES
Saturday night)
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Sept. 11 and 12
U
GOING CROOKED”
A good crook comedy drama
Ft X JEWS AND COMEDY, “WHO’S NEXT”
•>f H ertn tfttu f
11. Alevader, Vtce-Pre^
H am m . A*»t Cashier
“Th-e Fam ily U pstairs”
MATURING VIRGINIA VALLl
Cc ;iedy, “The Swimming Instructor”
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
(F u rn ish ed by Farm B ureau Co-oper­
a tiv e o f H erm iston. U n less o t h e r - !
w ise sp ecified , prices are per hundred
w e ig h t )
Scratch ................................................. $2.90;
Bran. 60s ....................................................90 I
E g g Mash ..................
2 .46 !
F U R SA LE— To m ake room for pul-
l i t s , 200 W h ite L eghorn y e a r old G round Oats ........................................ 2.25
Ground B arley ......
2 .00
h en s, no culls. Roy S u llivan .
9 .15
.
1-tfc W heat .....................................
Corn, No. 2 ......................................
2.50
PIA N O SACRIFICE N EA R IIERM IS- Cracked Corn, No. 2 ..........
2.60
ton. Sp len did pian o to be sold at G round Corn, No. 2......................... 2.60
lose price for Im m ediate sale. M ill R un, 8 0 s................................... 1.24
T erm s o f 910 m o n th ly arranged Cow Feed ............................................. 2.28
for r elia b le hom e. For p a r t ic u la r G round W h e a t...................................... 2.25
address C line P ian o Co., 66 F ront Sh orts, 8 0 s............................................. 1.32
S t., P ortlan d , O regon.
l- 4 t c R olled B arley ..................................... 1.58
Calf M eal, per pou nd...................... 3 4 c
F O R SA LE— G rapes h a n g in g on the M iddlings ............................................. 1.90
v in es. Jas. Eddy, 4th u n it.
l-2 p O yster sh e ll ............................................... 90
W hole Oats ........................................... 2.15
F O R SALE— Im proved ranch of 26
S a lt, h a lf ground 5 0 s...........................45
acres on B u tte r creek h ig h w a y and
A lin e can al so u th w est o f tow n.
In q u ire Mrs. M. A. D avis at Pumph"
rey’s
1 -tfc
FOR SA LE— 17 h ig h grade H olsteinB,
one 5 year old cow to fresh en Sept.
10, tw o ju st fresh , 7 y e a r iiig e or
p ast and 7 2-year-olds. Can be
seen a t m y ranch. 1 m ile sou th of
depot.
E. D. M artin.
52-2tc
W a tch , clo ck an d Jew elry rep airin g.
B e , N e w e ll, n e x t door to Sappers.
1 5 -t ie
B u rk ’s for B argain s.
3 9 -tfc
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
IN SU R A N C E , i . U. BIGO8, RE­
ALTOR.
2<-Me
H er m isto n S econd H an d Store.-
F n r n ltn r e and H ard w are, B ee Sup­
p lies, H arn ess. B addies, W agon s.
2 5 -lfe
B e n ld Want Ads Rrtag Yen Results
Qualified Praise
Science
T rue ed u cation not o n ly opens up stores of k n o w led g e but de-
velopg th e a letr m ind.
THE
T he c h ie f glo ry o f m odern scien ce is
S C IE N T IF IC
S P IR IT
H ig h er ed u cation In th e fie ld o f app lied sc ien ce com b in es te c h ­
n ic a l stu d y w ith th e fu n d a m en ta l tr a in in g e sse n tia l to c itize n sh ip .
Its d egrees open th e w a y not o n ly to
lead ersh ip
in
“ t h e several
o ffe r in g accred ited co lle g e w ork.
IS OUR SPECIALTY
HOME MADE PASTRY
m ech a n ica l,
T h e S chool o f B asic A rts and
S cien ces, In d u stria l J ou rn alism , L ib rary P ra c tic e ,
P h y sic a l E d u ­
c a tio n , and M usic afford sound basic and sp ecia lized tr a in in g .
WE SERVE 40c LUNCH FROM
11:30 TILL 3 :00 P .M .
Fried Chicken, home style, 60o
For catalogue and other information address the Registrar
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURf
Open 5:30 to 9:80.
Oregon State
Agricultural College
Corvallis
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IT IT I
ADDITIONAL EDITORIAL
SERVICE
A FRIENDLY TIP
R e c e n tly a contem p orary, th e A r­
lin g to n B u lle tin , carried a p la in t In
YOU WANT
Its e d ito ria l colu m n s th a t th e ed itor
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had v isite d P ortlan d over a period of
CALL 25-7
e ig h t y ea rs en d had never q u alified
* COUNTRY HAULS S0UCÏTEI
for ro ll c a ll In th e “ T hose W ho Come
and G o” colu m n o f th e O regonian.
T h e ed itor o f th e Her? id has no
actu a l ex p erln ece to gu id e him in
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TRANSFER AND DRAY
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m a k in g a recom m en dation for m em -
berhip, h a v in g im posed h is presence
on P o rtla n d very, v e ry lttle , but he
w ould m ake th e fr ie n d ly su g g estio n
th a t th e ed itor of th e B u lle tin on h is
n ext trip g e t In touch w ith John W.
K elly, " cond uctor,” and te ll him the
yarn ab ou t th e tim e th e A rlin gton
cou n try had th e red sn ow . T hat one
is a w h opp er, and under Mr. K elly's
deft tou ch , w e are read y to b elieve
Yon can’t heat the service and
the sto r y m ig h t becom e a m aster­
workmanship we have.
piece. In cid e n ta lly , th e B u lle tin e d i­
tor w ou ld break in to the colum n.
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T. H. Gaither
LODGE
O.
V IN E Y A R D LODGE NO. 20$
F. m e ets each M onday ev
F e llo w s’ h a ll. V is it in g ]
d la lly In vited.
W. R. L on gh orn , S ecretary.
C uatis S im on s, N. O.
PROFESSIONAL
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X -R ay and D ia g n o sis
B ank B ldg.
W. J. W ARNER
Attorney-at-Lnw
Hermiston
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O ffice:
O nga
s. M c K enzie , m . d -
1-2-3 Inland E m pire B id * .
P en d leio n , Oregon
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 733.
Res. Phone T t l
Office in First National Bank BUg.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chronic
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Poetoffioe
H ours, 10 to 6, and by ap p o in tm en t.
O ffice P h on e 303
R es. P h o n e 3 1 2
HERMISTON, OREGON
N otice is h ereb y giv en th a t th e
board o f d irectors o f W estlan d Irriga­
tio n d istr ict, a c tin g as a board of
E q u a liza tio n , w ill m eet at th e o ffice
o f th e d istr ict In H erm iston , O regon,
on th e fir st T uesd ay In O ctober 1927
¡at 7 o ’clock P. M., for the purpose of *
r e v ie w in g and co rrectin g Its ass?ss-
m ent and ap p ortion m en t o f ta x e j to J
be lev ied In said d istr ic t for th e year
1927.
D ated th is first d ay of Septem ber,
1927.
J. W . M ESSN ER,
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Secretary.
■ J. L. V A U G H A N !
20Q East Court St.
ANY AND
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Everthing
Electrical
FOR YOU
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a Phone 139
Pendleton, O n .
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Made Goldfish Popular
Goldfish first appeared In England
about two centuries ago, hut It was
i.ulgl Cura and h is father who made
them popular in the parlor windows
of the nation. They began almost by
chance. The Caras came to London
Cram Italy sixty years ago, when
I.ulgl was a boy, and Ids uncle sent
him a can nf goldfish to comfort him
In his exile.
Finding the fishes Interested t lc lr
neighbors, they began to Import them
and sell them. After a time they
added tortoises to their stock tn-t rude,
and forty thousand tortoises, as well
ns half a million goldfish, passed
through their hands In a yeah.
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Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
WESTLAND IRRIGATION DISTRICT
NOTICE
“ Uncle Joe" Cannon’s biography,
written at Ids own request by Ills sec­
retary, L. W. Bushey, Is the subject of
many amusing anecdotes of American
politics. Clinton Brainerd vouches for
this one. Cannon was once accosted
by a new member of the bouse who
had Just made Ids maiden speech. On
being asked If he approved of It,
"Uncle" Joe shifted his cigar to the
other side of Ids mouth and answered
judicially :
“You said ninny good things, and
many new things.”
“Thank you, Mr. Speaker,’’ said the
new representative.
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“Bui," continued
the venerable
speaker, "the good things were not
new and the new things w eren’t good."
P hone C on n ection
Hermiston
Transfer
i\
We Haul
ANYTHING
ANYWHERE
ANYTIME
TELEPHONE 31
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REX CAFE
î
e le c tr ic a l,
c h e m ic a l), M ines, F orestry, A g ricu ltu re, P h arm acy, H om e E conom ­
ics, V o ca tio n a l E d u cation , C om m erce, and M ilitary 'S cfen ce, all
H om e Cooking
An u n d ivid ed o n e-th ird in te re st In
and to th e E a st H a lf and th e E ast
H a lf of th e S o u th w est Q uarter o f
S ection 8, T ow n sh ip 4 N orth R an ge
28, E. W . M.. c o n ta in in g 400 acres,
m ore or less.
T he term s on w h ic h sa id property
w ill be gold by aald ad m in istrator
are as fo llo w s, to -w it:
F or cash up ­
on th e co n firm a tio n o f th e sale of
sa id real property by th e above e n ­
title d court and su b ject to th e lien of
un paid ta x e s a g a in st th e prem ises
herein ab ove described and upon e x e ­
c u tio n and d elivery of a good and
su ffic ie n t deed.
D ated th is 3rd day of Septem ber,
1927.
M ICHAEL KEATING,
As a d m in istrator o f th e e sta te of
T hom as W illia m P eters, deceased.
R aley, R aley A W arner, A ttorn eys
for A d m in istrator, P en d leton , Ore­
gon .
— l- 5 c
Dr. MarVln Shle, who, at the Amer­
ican Medical association’s convention
in Washington, exposed'the danger to
the health of tattooed permanent
flushes and tattooed red lips, said at
a dinner In Cleveland:
“Our beauty doctors som etim es dam
age a woman's constitution as much
as her hank accou n t
“I heard a story the other day. A
man s a id :
“ ’I understand that Mrs. Muturln
Mayhew, the society leader, has had
her face lifted.’
“ ‘Is that so?” said a second man. ‘I
don’t see any difference.’
“ ‘W ell,’ said the Brst man. ’It fell
again. 1 hear, when the beauty doctor
sent In his hill.’ ”
“FIG LEAVES”
M ain tain s sch ools o f E n g in e e r in g (c iv il,
FOR SA L E — N o. 1 freeh eow s. B.
Hammer.
8 7 -tfo
B u rk ’s, h ead q u arters for A rm y Shoes.
3 9 -tfc
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OREGON STATE LAND-GRANT COLLEGE
FOR SALE— 1 Big 8 McCormick
mower; 1 hay rake. Inland Empire
Lumber Co.
39-tfc
W A N T E D — F eeder hogs, 90 to 125
pounds. Lee S avely.
5 1 -tfc
Olive Elorden and George O ’Brien
Bert Mullins
39-tfc
W A N T E D — T w o lady boarders. Com-
f jrtah le room at reason ab le rates.
A d dress Mrs. A. M. S m ith , H erm is­
ton , O regon.
51 -2 tp
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Sept. 16 and 17
p u rsu itg and p ro fessio n s In life " b u t aol to a larger com m u n ity
service.
FOR SALE— Good Jersey m ilk , m orn­
in g and e v e n in g d eliv eries. M ilk
o n Ice a t th e h ou se at a ll hours.
P hone. 25-M . H . S. H anby. 4 2 -tfc
LA N D
W A N T E D — P a rties
h a v in g
good lan d , sm a ll or la rg e tracts,
w ith good w a te r r ig h ts for sa le at
reason ab le p rices, w ill do w e ll to
com m u n icate w ith , N. P asto, 319
A r tisa n s B u ild in g , P ortlan d , Ore­
gon .
62-5tc
Wedni $day Night— Family Night
THE KEY TO EDUCATION
B arber S h op
F O R SA L E — N orth ern P a cific land s
a t priceg r a n g in g from $5 to $21,
1 -1 0 dow n and 10 a n n u al in s ta ll­
m e n ts a t 6 per cen t. Y ea rly Im­
p ro v em en t required. U nder M cKay
•water. Good so il, p r a c tic a lly level.
M ake ap p lica tio n to E. P. Dodd or
J. W . M essner, H erm iston , Oregon.
FOR R E N T — S m all h ou se w ith acre
and 3-5 ground. In quire K in g s­
ley 's
'5 2 -tfc
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C ig a r s , T o b a c c o
Good B lu e G rass P astu re, $2.00 per
m onth . W . A. L eath ers.
4 5 -tfc
MISCELLANEOUS
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FO UNTAIN
FOR SA L E — T om atoes and cucum ­
bers. B ess Spencer, Col. D is. 52-4c
Try Burk’s for Bargains.
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Onr community chnckles over this
story o f onr old grocery-man who
canght a canny custom er In her own
net
Mrs. McKinley cam e Into his store
one day with a pat o f dcllclons-look-
Ing butter, and said : “Mr. Paul, 1
have som e butter here I would like to
exchange for som e other. You see, «
mouse fell fhto my sour cream Jar
and drowned. I took It right out and
the cream w asn’t hurt, but knowing
of the accident, I can’t eat the butter
Won’t you give me som e In Its place?
Other folks won’t know about the
mouse, and w h et you don’t know
doesn't hurt yon."
“I shouldn't like to disoblige an old
1 custom er,” Mr. Pan! replied, and tak­
ing tire butler, disappeared In the rear
of the store. There he carefully re-
wrapped the butter In another paper,
took It to the front, and handed it
to the woman.
Mrs. McKinley thanked him volubly,
and he said reflectively. "Yes, yes, It
Is quite true that what you don’t know
doesn’t hnrt you.”—Capper's Weekly
C/ps and Downs
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Sept. 13 and 14
a p it* i, Surplus and U nd ivid ed P ro fits O v e r $ 5 0 ,0 0 0
OF SALT
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BESSIE LOVE IN
F irst N a tio n a l B a n k
W *HT ADS
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m ln lstr a to r o f th e esta te o f T hom as
W illia m P ete rs, deceased, under and
by v irtu e of an order of th e H on. I.
M. Schan nep. Ju d ge of th e ab ove e n ­
title d court, m ade and en tered on
th e 9th day of A u g u st, 1 9 2 7 , w ill,
from and a fter th e 15 th day of O cto­
ber, 1 9 2 7 , o ffer tor sa le and se ll at
p riv a te ®*'e upon th e term s h erein ­
a fte r described, at th e o ffice of R aley,
R aley A W arner, In th e F ir st N a t­
io n a l B ank B u ild in g in th e C ity of
P en d leto n . U m atilla C ounty, Oregon,
and su b je ct to con firm ation by the
above e n title d court, to th e person
m a k in g th e best and h ig h est bid
th erefo r, a ll of th e esta te, r ig h t, title
i an d in te r e st of T hom as W illia m P et-
i ers, deceased . In and to th e fo llo w in g
; describ ed real property, situ a te d In
! U m a tilla C ounty, S ta te o f O regon, to-
) w it:
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Simple W ay to Prove
Truth of O ld Saying
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(Don't target the Country Store
If you have been neglecting the care of records that have a high
value come in without delay and rent a safety deposit box.
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“No M an’s Gold”
Tkese boxes may be used for ke ping valuable papers, and the
small cost entailed makes th r.ntal cheap insurance.
• u >n « s.-<hie)
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TOM MIX
Are available in limited numb r for the use of our customers.
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FEIDAY AND SATURDAY
Sept. 9 and 10
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For Shoe
R epairing
Modern
M achinery
The best money can bny is the
only equipment we w ill use.
FOUR SKILLED WORKMEN
Are busy in the shop nil of the
itme w hich insures fast service.
Pendleton Shoe
Shop
«43 Main Street
PENDLETON, OREGON
D O IT N O W
H as Your Comt * "“I Send us The price o f a year'i
Sebwriptwn
< subscription / you are in arrears
E xp ired ?
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We Need the Money
Of w h a t u se Is a flo w e r sh ow , th e
crab or c y n ic m ig h t a3k. H erm iston
ju st had one, and It w aa so m e th in g
o f a r ev e la tio n to th ose w ho m ay be
Incline^ to p ay too lit t le a tte n tio n
to th e blossom s. A co u n try w ith o u t
flo w e rs la ck s on e o f th e gra cio u s
to u ch es th a t go to m ake a cou n try
o f hom es, and w om en o f th e H erm is­
ton c o u n tr y g a v e clear proof In th e
e n tr ie s m ade th a t th is part o f hom e
m a k in g la d on e here to p erfectio n .
CULLO » THE EWR FLOCK
BUILDS UP UNIFORM STOCK
1 E w e s k ep t for b reed in g purposes
sh ou ld b e a t lea st av era g e In size
for th e breed th e y rep resen t, sa y s
H. A. L in d gren , an im al husbandry
sp e c ia list a t th e O regon S ta te co lle g e
e x ten sio n service. T h e e w e fleck Is
g o n e o ver ea re fu liy lw fore breeding
and th o se n ot np to stan dard are cu t
out.
A S h rop sh ire e w e sh o u ld w eigh
180 pounds, a H am psh ire 1 85, an
O xford 2 2 0 , a D orset ISO and a M er­
in o 1 1 0 , w K h a il o th er breed s in
proportion. T he size o f ew es Is cut
dow n by too ea rly breed in g. It Is
n ot a good practice to breed ew es
to lam b un der tw o years o f age.
“ Only h ea lth y , a ctiv e ew ee should
be kept for b reed in g ,” sa y s Mr. L in d ­
gren . ‘‘L istless, u n th r ifty ew es Sel­
dom produce good lam bs. A b righ t
pink sk in Is an in d ica tio n o f the
th ififtin ess o f th e ew e«. P a ra site s
su ch as stom ach worm s, lu n g w orm s
and th e lik e tear dow n th e v ita lity
o f th e ew e, U n less a ew e respond s
to parasite trea tm en t and in c re a s­
ed feed, do n ot keep her In th e flo c k .”
C o n stitu tio n , a v a lu a b le a sset in
th e ew e, is Indicated by a w id e deep
c h e st and w ide sp ru n g rib or h eart
g irth . A w eak c o n stitu tio n In th e
e w e Is not associated
w ith
good
th r ifty lam bs. E w e , th a t m ake th e
beet m others have a m ild, b rig h t eye,
a, fem in in e or m atron ly appearance,
and q u a lity as sh ow n In th e te x tu re
o f th e w ool, size of th e bone and re­
fin em en t of th e featu res.
T h e ram , w h ich i s In r e a lity h a lf
o f th e flock , is gon e o ver ca re fu lly
to se e th a t It Is good con form ation
and r ig h t ago. O ther p o in ts co n sid ­
ered are th e lam b m arket th e year
b efore, q u a lity o f th e lam ba produced
by th e ram and w h eth er th e ram Is
in c re a sin g th e a v e r s g e / l e e c e w e ig h t
o f th e flock .
Air Express Inaugurated Over Nation.
N ew York. — Air express service
across the country has started. From
now on it will ba possible to send
packages from New York to San Fran­
cisco In 31 hours, from New York to
Chicago In seven hours and from New
York to D allas, Tex., In 20 hours. Air
connection s also can he m ade with
m any other cities all over the coun­
try.
MaoNlder D enies R esignation Report.
W ashington, D. C.— Hanford Mac-
Nlder authorized a denial through his
secretary of a statem en t In the Army
and N avy Journal to the effect that he
had resigned as a ssista n t secretary
of war’
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PO ULTRY
SEPT. 30
PAINTS, WALLPAPER,
PICTURE MOULDINGS
Y o u r l a s t o p p o r t u n it y t o
g o E a st o n e x c e e d in g ly lo w
ro u n d trip su m m e r e x c u r ­
s io n f a r e s . L ib e r a l s t o p ­
o v e r s g o in g a n d re tu r n in g .
AND GLASS
A ««at will tell you exact fare from you»
City aud help map out your Hiaorary.
U N IO N
P A C IF IC
TBS OVERLAND KOUTS _
F C. Woughter,
Agent,
TH E MARKETS.
R eal Property-
N otice kt hereby sfv e n Ih ^ t th e
un d ersign ed . M ichael K eating., t a ad -tj
L. J. M cA tee
VfaufnMnilimit Ott31
Hetniston, Oregon.
Portland.
W heat—Big Bend bluestem , $1.33;
hard w hite, 91.32; federation, $1.29;
soft white, 91-2814; hard w inter, $1.30;
w estern
w h ite, $1.28*4;
northern
spring. $1.32*4; w estern rod, $1.2514
H ay — Alfalfa, $18 50@17; valley
tim othy, $16.50® 17; eastern Orcgor
tim othy, $20.
B utterfat—44 tyc.
E ggs— Ranch, 27@33c.
Cattle— Steers, good, $9@ 9.65.
H o g s — Medium to choice, $10.50®
12.75.
Lam bs — Medium to choice, 910.6'.
@11.50.
S eattle.
W heat—Soft w hite, w estern white
$1.28; hard w inter, $1.23*4; w csierr
red, $1.2414; northern aprlng, $1.3014,
Big Bend bluestuin, $1.3214; dart
northern spring, $1.42*4; dark hard
w inter, $1.37*4-
BAPTIST PASTOR DUE HOME
H ay—A lfalfa, $25; tim othy, $28;
TODAY TO RESUME DUTIES P. 8., 22.
B utterfat -45c,
E g g s —Ranch, 27@87c.
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R ev. A. J. W are, pator o f th e B ap ­
C attle -S te er s, choice, $9@9.50.
t is t church, w as exp ected to return
H ogs— Prim e, $12.50@ 12.65.
tod ay from P ortlan d w h ere he has
Spokane.
been for sem e tim e c o n v a le sc in g a f­
C attle—S teers, good, $8.50@9.00.
te r an operation
for ap p en d icitis.
H ogs—Good, $ 12.50@12.76.
H e h as been gon e for se v e r a l w eek s.
R egu lar se r v ic es w ill be con tin u ed
a t th e ch urch n e x t S u n d ay, both IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
m o rn in g and ev en in g . D u rin g th e
STATE OF OREGON FOR
ab sen ce of R ev. W are, R ev. J. T.
UMATILLA COUNTY
D ow ell has fille d th e p u lp it for S u n ­ In th e M atter o f the E sta te
day m orn in g serv ices, and th e m em ­
of
bers o f th e co n g r eg a tio n h ave Joined T hom as W illia m P eters,
w ith th e M eth odists In u n ion se r ­
deem ed.
N o tice nf A d m in istrator's S a le o f I
v ice s in th e ev en in g .
A D W R T 1 S B TO UR
fares end
Turkeys, Turkeys
I want them, now, 'or next
week, or any time. W in buy
whole flock»,, part flock», young
or old- Fignv? w ith me before
you sell.
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Phons 158
Pendleton, Oregon.
Hermiston
Hospital
Maternity Cases our Specialty
OUR MOTTO:
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Come and see us about our new
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Gilbert Sm ith
Address HERMISTON, OREGON
Telephone, Echo, 15-F-14
S in te s i
W e H ave
Anticipated
Your needs in everything
that is necessary to com-
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cducatton and pwiraawwinl training
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once over.
Opttorlu,;ire it (.y.ra^ m
22 deperimenti of the College of
Literature, Science and the A rts
in ih t S tlw oit n/
A rch itectu re and A llie d A t t a —
Buaincxs Adm lniatration—Educa­
tion—Journalism—Graduate Study
— i w — M edicine— M usk—Phyai-
ea; Education—Sociology—Social
rk — Extension Division.______
Lrtif rr Ye»r Opt-w September 24, 1927
¿ur in/or Turtwn or rcfaZa/u» ofrlte
TZi* P id tetrtr, Vn.tfereHÿ of
Cireeot PcsPene. Or».
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