The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 22, 1927, Image 3

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    THE gBBM ISTON
HETLALP, HERMISTQjf, OREGOX.
LODGE DIRECTORY
H E R M IS T O N P L A Y H O U S E
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 209, I. O. 0.
F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
Fellows’ hall. Visiting members cor­
dially invited.
W, R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Cuetls Simona, N. O.
S A F E T Y D E P O S IT
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
September 23-24
BOXES
A ile en Pringle
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
“W IL D F IR E ”
□
A Good Comedy and Kineto Review, “Manhattan
Regular prices
COUNTRY STORE SATURDAY NIGHT
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phone Connection
Life”
10-20c
W. J. W ARNER
Are available in limited numb r for the use of our customers.
Jgtijuvsend
J e tta Jou d al
If you have been neglecting the care of records that have a high
value come in without delay and rent a safety deposit box.
— in—
“ H e r M a n O ’W a r ”
F irst N a tio n a l B a n k
of Hermiston
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $80,000
P. B. Swayzs, Pres.
R. Alexader, Vlce-Prsa.
A. H. Norton, Cashier W. L. Hamm, Asst. Cashier
WANT ADS
Attorney-at-Law
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
September 25-26
These boxes may be used for ke ping valuable papers, and the
small cost entailed makes th rental cheap insurance.
A BIG SPECIAL
Pathe News
Comedy, “Alice”
For the special 25-50c
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
S ptember 27-28
Watch, clock and Jewelry repairing.
See Newell, next door to Sappers.
L au aa L aP lan te
U N IO N
P A C IF IC
■net OVERLAND ROUTE
13-tts
FOR SALE;— Standard make of piano
in vicinity will be sacrificed. Must
Por sale— Rowboat. Inquire A. C.
sell at once.
$10.00 monthly
Swarner. 3-2p.
Write Tallman Piano Store, Salem,
Oregon.
2-3tc
FOR SALE!— To make room for pul­
lets, 200 White Leghorn year old Burk's for Bargains.
39-tfc
hens, no culls. Roy Sullivan.
1-tfc REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGGS, RE­
PIANO SACRIFICE NEAR HERMIS-
ALTOR.
26-tfc
ton. Splendid piano to be sold at
close price for immediate sale. Hermiston Second Hand Store.—
Terms of $10 monthly arranged
Furniture and Hardware, Bee Sup­
for reliable home. For particular
plies, Harness, Saddles, Wagons.
address Cline Piano Co., 66 Front
35-Sfe
St., Portland, Oregon.
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Herald Want Adi Bring You Resulti
FOR SALE— Improved ranch of 26
acres on Butter creek highway and
Want Ads Bring Resulta
A line canal southwest of town.
Inquire Mrs. M. A. Davis at Pumph'
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
rey's
1-tfc
FOR SALE;— Tomatoes and cucum­ (Furnished by Farm Bureau Co-oper­
bers. Bess Spencer, Col. Dis. 52-4c ative of Hermiston. Unless other­
wise specified, prices are per hundred
Good Blue Grass Pasture, $2.00 per weight.)
month. W. A. Leathers.
4 6-tfc
Scratch .............................................$2.90
90
FOR SALE;— Northern Pacific lands Bran, 60s .....................
at price» ranging from $5 to $21, Egg Mash ............... _ ....... ............. 2.46
2.25
1-10 down and 10 annual install­ Ground Oats ........................
ments at 6 per cent. Yearly im­ Ground Barley ............................... 2.00
9.15
provement required. Under McKay Wheat ................................
water. Good soil, practically level. Corn, No. 2...................................... 2.50
2.60
Make application to E. P. Dodd or Crackeu Corn, No, 2.......
J. W. Messner, Hermiston, Oregon. Ground Corn, No, 2.................... 2.60
Mill Run, 80s............................... 1.24
FOR SALE;— Rome Beauty apples, $1 Cow Feed ........................................ 2.28
box orchard run, 60c for windfalls. Ground Wheat............. .................. 2.25
1.32
Bring containers. T. H. Haddox. Shorts, 80s..........
2-tfc Rolled B a r le y ................................. 1.58
Calf Meal, per pound.............
314c
FOR SALE— Baled alfalfa hay, by Middlings ........................................ 1.90
the bale, ton, lot or carload. Call Oyster shell ...... ................ _............... 90
at office or phone 141. Leathers Whole Oats .............— .................. 2.15
* Little.
2-tfc Saltw half ground 50s..................... 45
FOR SALE;— Good Jersey milk, morn­
ing and evening deliveries. Milk
on ice at the house at all hours.
Phone 25-M. H. 9. Har.by. 4 2-tfc
Try Burk’s for Bargains.
F O U N T A IN
39-tfc
FOR SALE— 1 Big 6 McCormick
mower; 1 hay rake. Inland Empire
. Lumber Co.
39-tfr
Cigars, Tobacco
Barber Shop
FOR SALE— No. 1 fresh eow s. B.
Hammer.
3 7 -tfc
MISCELLANEOUS
H o m e C ookin g
Strayed— Yearling heifer, fawn col­
ored,white spots. W. H. Bensel. 1
For rent— Alfalfa pasture for sheep.
H. E. Hanby. Phone 25-M. 3-tfc.
Lost— Brown leather purse contain­
ing money, keys, driver's license.
Return to Mrs. Chas. Taylor. Re­
ward.
WANTED— Bird dog to hunt at Her­
miston October 1-2. State experi­
ence and Price wanted. J. refers,
239 5th St., Portland.
3-2tc
Scissor» sharpened,
■hop.
Shear'» Barber
2-2tc
FOR RKNT— Small house with acre
and 3-5 ground. Inquire Kings­
ley's
52-tfc
IS OUR SPECIALTY
HOME MADE PASTRY
MONTANA’S RICH REOWATER VALLEY
OPENED BY NEW RAIL LINE
«Txrr1
, .••»M
. I,» ••
Tracts a n atailaMt far large scafa
: (n Ihr RrdwaUr Valle]/
Choice of 500,000 acres
only $10 to izo an acre
D A P I D development o f the great
k v farming country in the Red­
water Valley o f Southeastern Mon­
t a n a i s s e e n i n t h e o p e n in g o f
1,000,000 acres by a new branch line
o f the Northern Racific Railway run­
ning 63 miles from Glendive.
Here the Northern Pacific will sell
direct to farmers a half million acres,
obtained from the U . S. Govern­
ment, at prices ranging from only
$10 to $20 an acre, with 20 years to
pay. Taxes are extremely low—only
1 0tol6cen t8an acre. Special advan­
tages are available to neighbors and
colonies desinrg to settle together.
NOTICE
Notice 1« hereby given that the
i board o t directors of Westland Irriga­
tion district, acting as a board of
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURf
Equalization, will m e t at the office
Open 5:80 to 9:80.
' of the district In Hermiston, Oregon
on the first Tuesday in October 1927
at 7 o’clock P. M., for th» purpose of
reviewing and correcting its assess­
ment and apportionment of taxes to
bs levied In said district for the year
1927.
Dated this first day of September,
1927.
J. W. MKSRNER,
Secretary.
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REX CAFE
urin
S E R V IC E
LAND WANTED— Parties having
YOU W A IT
good land, small or large tracts,
Mr. and Mrt». Andrew King and
with good water rights for sale at
daughter and ion, Jean and John, nnd
CALL 25-J
reasonable prices, will do well to
Don Edwards of Seattle wern here
commnntcate with, N. Pasto, 319 4 COUNTRY HAULS SOLICITE! * ‘last week as guest at the home of Mr.
Artisans Bnltdlng, Portland, Ore­
and Mrs. Charles Taylor. They saw
gon.
52-5tc
the Round-up during the visit. Mrs.
TRANSFER AND DRAY
♦ King Is Mr. Taylor's sister. Mr. and
WANTED—Feeder hogs, 90 to 125 ♦
Mrs. King formerly lived here and
pounds. Led Savely.
51-tfe
left shout 12 yeer« ago
J
T . H . G aither
J
F. C. Woughter,
Agent,
h s.
M c K enzie , m . d -
* Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendleion, Oregon
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phons 733.
Ree. Phone 711
Office in First National Bank Yldg.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chronio
Disease.
H erm ston , Oregon.
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
STATE OF OREGON FOR
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 312
UMATILLA COUNTY
In the Matter of the Estate
HERMISTON, OREGON
of
Thomas William Peters,
deceased.
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Notice of Administrator’s Sale of
Real Property.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Michael Keating, a8 ad­
206 East Court St.
ministrator of the estate of Thomas
William Peters, deceased, under and
ANY AND
by virtue of an order of the Hon. I.
M. Schannep, Judge of the above en­
titled court, made and entered on
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the 9th day of August, 1927, will,
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from and after the 15th day of Octo­
FOR YOU
ber, 1927, offer for sale and sell at
private sal« upon the terms herein­
after described, at the office of Raley,
Phone 139
Pendleton, Ora,
Raley & Warner, In the First Nat­
ional Bank Building in the City of
Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon,
and subject to confirmation by the
above entitled court, to the person
making the best and highest bid
therefor, all of the estate, right, title
and interest of Thomas William Pet­
ers, deceased, in and to the following
described real property, situated li.
We Haul
Umatilla County, State of Oregon, to-
wlt:
ANYTHING.
An undivided one-third Interest in
ANYWHERE
and to the East Half and the East
ANYTIME
Half of the Southwest Quarter of
Section 8, Township 4 North Range
TELEPHONE 81
28, E. W. M., containing 400 acres,
more or less.
The terms on which said property
will be sold by said administrator
are as follows, to-wit: For cash up
on the confirmation of the sale of
said real property by the above en­
titled court and subject to the lien of
unpaid taxe» against the premises
Maternity Cases onr Specialty
hereinabove described and spun exe­
cution and delivery of a good ant
OUR MOTTO:
sufficient deed.
FAIRNESS AND SERVICE
Dated this 3rd day of September,
Come and see ns about onr new
1927.
and reasonable rates. Graduate
MICHAEL KEATINO,
nurse in attendance at all times.
As administrator of the estate of
Thoma» William Peters, deceased.
TELEPHONE 881
Raley, Raley & Warner. Attorney:
for Administrator, Pendleton, Ore
gon.
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¡ j. L vaughan !
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E verthing
E lectrical
WESTLAND IRRIGATION DISTRICT
WE SERVE 40c LUNCH PROM
11:30 TILL 3 :0 0 P. M.
Pried Chicken, home style, 5Oo
10-30C
W ed n esd a y N igh t is F a m ily N igh t
Diversified or mixed fanning is
su cc e ssfu l th r o u g h o u t th is area.
Corn has inenased by hundreds of
thousands o f acres in the last few
years in Southeastern Montana. H og
production has grown rapidly. All
classes o f livestock are raised. The
dairy industry is getting a good start.
Communities already are estab­
lished. Churches have been built.
Schools are open. There is progress
B ert M ullins
FOR SALE — All household furni­
ture, Including rugs. Mrs. R. E.
Mitchell.
“The B eautiful C heat”
Comedy, “Girl Friend
Your la st opportunity to
go East on exceedingly low
round trip summer excur­
sion fares. Liberal stop­
overs going and returning.
A g en t w ill te ll yew e x a c t fa re from your
•s ty and h elp m ap o u t y o u r itin e ra ry .
Burk’s, headquarters for Army Shoes.
39-tfc
FOR SALB
FR ID A Y SEPT. 3 0
fin a l return limit Octll
a::
Hermiston
ahead. W ith the com ing of the rail­
road markets will be closer. More
farmers will come in. Land values
will increase.
The Northern Pacific Railway will
help farmers ingettin g started right.
Settlers are wanted who seek a real
chance for themselves and their fam­
ilies. T he Northern Pacific will send
a representative to talk the m atter
over, if desired. Investigate this op-
port unity. Letus send
you booklets, prices
and ea sy p aym en t
plan. All sent free.
MAIL COUPON!
J. M
H erm iston
T ran sfer
H erm iston
H osp ital
1
Northerv Pacifi
way Co
Drawei 164 St. Paul Minn.
Without obligation on my part please
•end all information about Redwater
Valley Country.
COM ING A G A IN
Fawn .
Dr. H. G. Curry
S to tt. .
T h e B est
E q u ip m en t
Is none too good for
SHOE REPAIRING
We have just installed a new
M cK ay
S ta p le r
W ith which we put on soles
with fine wire. No nails, no thread
Work is done same day it is re­
ceived.
Return parcel post prepaid.
Pendleton Shoe
Shop
043 Main Street
PENDLETON, OREGON
We
H ave
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
A n ticip a ted
of Seatttle
Your needs in everything
who ha« made profesional visits t<
¡Hermiston for ten years w ill agaii
be at
th a t is necessary to com­
HOTEL HERMISTON
I M onday, S ep t. 2 6
FOR ONE DAY
Eyes Examined
Glasses Fitted
Charges Reasonable.
Turkeys, Turkeys
I want them, now, or next
week, or any time. Will buy
whole flocks,, part flocks, yonng
or old. Figure with me before
you sell.
plete your golf outfit.
C om e
in
and
g iv e our line th e
“o n ce o v er.”
H IT T
G ilbert S m ith
L ig al B lanks fo r
Sale a t This Office
Address HERMISTON, OREGON
Telephone, Eoho, 15-F-14
jtEAD THE WANT A M
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