The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 02, 1928, Image 3

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THE HKRMI8TOH gEBJLLP. HEJbMtlSTOy. Q&EGQy.
SB
lng to the Isle of Jersey herds for
LODGE DIRECTORY
their stock, the visitor said, due to
the fact that breeders there are not
satisfied with an stock that is not VINEYARD LODGE NO. 208, L O. ft,
F. meets each Monday evening in Odd
up to type.
Eternal vigilance is necessary in Fellows' hall. Visiting member* cor­
fighting diseases, he stated. Chief dially invited.
of the diseases that cause loss to the W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Cecil Warner, N. G.
breeder is infections abortion, and
segregation of reactors lg the best
known method of handling the
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
trouble that has been developed to
data.
The Jersey bull that heads the
BOYD T. JENKINS, D. M. D.
hospital Jersey herd and was shown
associated with
here took second place at the Pacific
International, the visitor said.
F. Y. PRIME, D. M. D.
"The animal cost >700, and I had
General Dentistry
an offer at the International on him
of >2,000. His first heifers are prov
X-Ray and Diagnosis
ing etter than their dams, and we
Bank Bldg.
Phone Connection
are expecting great things of him. Evenigs by appointment.
COLUMBIA THEATER
Benjamin Franklin said--
Saturday and Sunday
“SAVE and HAVE”
February 4 and 5
‘G IG O L O ”
Starring Rod La Rocque, Jobyns Rtaslon and Louise Dresser. A
picture story with the grim background of war. Its scars and e f­
fects lnterferring in his future happiness.
Benjamin Franklin was wise in the ways o t life. He saw hat
the art which money plays ip most people's lives is a very import­
ant one, and he left as a heritage to the people ot his country a
shi&lng example ot financial efficiency.
Wednesday and Thursday
First National Bank teaches thrift— using a bank book as its
text! Start saving today— and save regulrly. Spend lees than you
make if you would be successful.
February 8 and »
“A L M O S T A L A D Y ”
A Comedy with lots of laugh.
A Pathe Production of high standard.
We pay 4 per cent Interest on savings accounts.
Saturday and Sunday
February 11 and 12
PROGRAMS FOR YEAR ARE
“R IS K Y B U SIN E SS”
Atto rney-at-Law
You don't have to deal in oil stock to be in a risky business.
Come and see how all business is risky.
First National Bank
Definite
of Hermiston
R EM EM BER T H E BIG
FEED PRICE QUOTATIONS
FOR SALE
For sale— Toggsnberg goat to fresh­
en soon. Cheap. Inquire Herald. 22
FOR SALE— No. 3 Primrose cream
separator, less than 2 years old, in
perfect condition. One steel wheel
wagon. J. M. Prindle.
22-tfc
For sale— We are using only elec­
tric machines this year and our
oil incubators are for sale. 11 Mas­
ters, S40s, 1925 and 1926 models,
a ll in good condition, 2 St. Helens
375 and 430 egg. White Hatchery.
22-tfc.
of
Having
Set
Hermiston
h s.
Put Into Action.
R. Alexander, Vice-President
A. H. Norton, Cashier
(Furnished by the Farm Bureau
Co-operative of Hermiston. Unless
otherwise specified, prices are per
hundredweight.)
Cow feed ..................................... >2.25
Egg Mash ........................................ 2.40
Fattening Mash ............................ 2.20
Cod Liver O il...........................
2.70
Scratch ......................................... . 2.20
Wheat, whole .............................. 2.05
Wheat, ground .............................. 2.15
Corn, w h o le .................................... 2.00
Corn, ground................................... 2.10
Corn, crack ed ................................. 2.10
Barley .......................................
1.90
Barley, ground .......
2.00
Oats ................................... ,............ 2.25
Oats, ground ................................. 2.35
Shorts 8 0 s ........................................ 1.32
Millrun 80s .......................................1.20
Bran 60s ..............................................84
Middlings 80s ............................... 1.85
Lamb Feed ..................................... 2.25
Policy
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A program for the year’s activity
that will provide one major topic
for consideration at each regular
monthly meeting has been adopted by
the Umatilla Project Farm Bureau
Endorsement of such a suggestion
was made at the January meeting
and the executive committee in
meeting Tuesday night drew up and
approved such a program.
The outlined topics as submitted
will make it possible for the organ
ization to handle constructively some
of the major problems of the project,
one of the members pointed out, and
thre will be time left to handle any
matter of current interest that seems
to demand attention.
The program
adopted is as follows:
February meeting— Boys and girls
club work, major topic; purchase of
baby chicks: rabbit poisoning work;
» any project report.
“
March meeting— Poultry, major
w topic; brooding chicks; club work;
® farm crops, alfalfa varieties, treat­
; ing seed potatoes; any project re­
port; squirrel poisoning.
April meeting— Dairying, major
topic; poultry on range; pasture
grasses; any project report; turkey
management; Irrigation problems.
May meeting— Farm management,
■ major topic; boys’ and girls' club
work picnic; cow testing association
results discussed; any project dis­
cussion; silage for dairy cows,
June meeting— Discussion of farm
flocks of sheep; marketing co-opera­
tive; any project discussion.
July meeting— Poultry manage­
ment and diseases; moving pullets
to laying qaurters; culling poultry;
discussion on any project.
August meeting— Discuss hog man­
agement, feeding, breeding; para­
site control; winter breeding of lambe
any project discussion.
September meeting— Umatilla Pro­
ject fair; boys and girls club work;
project discussion.
October meeting— Fattening tur­
keys for market; discussion of results
of demostration; breeding for egg
production; project discussion.
November meeting— Rodent con­
trol; volume of the farm business;
project discussion.
December meeting— Keeping farm
records; rodent control; project dis­
cussion.
5
ZOc-Back-on-Every-Even
Dollar
FOR SALE— About 180 feet of 16
inch wood pipe. Jap Templeton.
13-tfc Lumberman Invents Lumber Printer.
I.a Grande, Or.—Dan R. Tanner, su­
F or sale— Winesap apples, 3 grades. perintendent of the Bowman-Hicks
Lumber company mill here, has per­ ■
Tom Stewart. 7-tfc.
fected a device for which the lumber
Foor sale— A new supply of adding industry has been searching for 14
machine rolls at the Herald.
years and has sold his invention to
the Western Pine association. The
-BUY YOUR MILK FROM A TESTED invention is a working machine that
herd that is free of tuberculosis. can be used to print lumber as it
Morning and evening deliveries of goes through the planing mill, indi­
Jersey milk. Dairy butter. Butter­ cating the species, the company trade­
milk, 5c quart. Phone 26-M. H. E. mark, and whatever else is desired.
Hanby.
16tf Heretofore an extra process stamping
method has been used.
IBurk's, headquarters for Army Shoes.
39-tfc
Earl Haig, World War Hero, Is Dead.
Famoa» Building»
™
REAL ESTATE
Among the most famous buildings
FIRE INSURANCE AND TRADES. of the ancient and modern world are
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME the Parthenon at Athens, tomb of
FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE. W A. Mausolus at Halicarnassus, the Pyra­
LEATHERS.
« - t f e mids, Egypt; the Taj Mahal, near
Agra, India; the cathedral of Notre
REAL estate exchanges and Dame, Paris; the cathedral of Milan,
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGGS. RE­ Italy; the cathedral of Cologne, Ger­
many; Westminster abbey, England;
ALTOR.
>»»fe
the cathedral of St. John the Divine.
39-tfc Morningside Heights. New York city;
Burk’s for Bargains.
the Woolworth building. New York
city; the Lincoln Memorial. Washing
Hermiston Second Hand Store. —
Furniture and Hardware, Harness, ton, D. C.
Saddles, Wagons.
Try Burk’s for Bargains.
llt f e .
3t-tfe
COSBIE IN HOSPITAL
H. E. Cosbie. poultry specialist In
the extension service of O. A. C., has
gone to the hospital In Corvallis for
an operation, according to Inform*
tlon that has been received by Mrs
Sam Carson. Mr. Cosbie has worked
with local poultry growers for years
and has many friends here.
He
has been Ul for several weeks.
For H ot Sake
•Te gods!” exclaimed Smith, who
bad come np Just In time to see 8outh
exchanging S3S) for an antiquated car.
“What In hcaven’a name are you buy­
ing that old wreck for?"
“Well, explained South, “my wife
la ashamed every time site has to ad­
mit we haven't a car. I can't afford
a car, but by having thia thing that
won’t run and won't need any upkeep
In the garage, she’ll be able to say we
have a car and there’ll be no need te
go into any furihet detail*."
Ongan
DELAY IN SHIPPING HAS HELD
UP OUR MEN S WEAR, BUT WE
ARE CONFIDENT IT WTT.T. BE
HERE FOR FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY.
*
HERMISTON, OREGON
COMING!!
A t th e C ozy T h eatre
UMATILLA
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F eb ru ary 1 4 -1 5 -1 6
THAT BIGGEST OF BIG SPECTACULAR PRODUCTIONS
“BEN
HUR”
T h irteen R eels o f Thrills
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 733.
Res. Phone 711
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Specializing in Acute and Chronie
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffioe
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 311
HERMISTON, OREGON
M arcelling
75 cents
Don’t Miss T h is!
REMEMBER THE DATES
WHATZWAT
(In the Seventh Grade)
"FRIENDLINESS"
Friendliness is a gift, an art that
can be cultivated. In fact one should
make a suprmee effort to cultivate
this art. It puts into your life a
glow of happiness and unknown to
those without this priceless gift.
A great success does not satisfy the
soul unless one is able to scatter sun­
shine in the form of friendliness.
Ws, of tbs ssventh grade. I think,
have entirely done away with not
being frlenda with others. Of course
if another does not wish to make
friends with us we cannot help It,
but we try the best we can to gain
their friendship.
Friendship Is unselfish and gen­
erous. It aids to do away with sel­
fishness. that terrible handicap which
holds a large part of the world.
Friendliness, if It eouid be given
away as a gift, would, or should be.
clamored for as one would clamor
for rlchea. It should be hoarded as
a miser hoards gold. Were It mine
to bestow, ever new born babe should
bar* It'* share. Since thia canot be
Admission— 25-50c
done we must endeavor to make it
ours by which to profit.
Written by Ivy Duane.
M’NARY IS ENTHUSIASTIC
ON FUTURE OF DAIRYING
Superintendent
50 cents
EXPERIENCED OPERATOR
H E R M IS T O N B E A U T Y
SH O PPE
LO W
FARES
r<
A m
•c o n o m ic a lly
at at
ACK UP the family and
kit bag; go to sunny
P old
California for a few weeks,
months or for the winter.
THE MARKETS
Portland
Be on Time to See it A ll!
Show Starts at 7:30 F. M.
S h am p ooin g
Lewis A. Groff, father of the nation's
forest conservation movement, died at
hia home In Redondo Reach, Cal., after
an illness of several weeks.
THIRTEEN REELS OF THRILLS
of
State
Hospital
Predicts Constant Growth
of Business Here.
With proper management and an in-
trol problems, dairying in the Irri­
gated districts around Hermiston is
bound to go ahead and become of
more and mors importance, accord­
ing to the opinion expressed by I>r.
W D. McNary of Pendleton In a talk
beore the commercial club.
The work that Dr. McNary does
is to be superintendent of the East­
ern Oregon state hospital for Insane
at Pendleton, and one phase of that
Job is to manage a dairy herd that
cosmtsts of 125 bead of stock of all
ages.
He urged the necessity of buying
breeding stock that conforms to the
best in type for any given breed. Jer­
sey breeders are more and mors turn-
Wheat—B. B. bluestem, >1.42; hard
white, federation, soft white, western
white, >1.27; hard winter. >1.23;
northern spring, >1.24; western red,
»1.22%.
Hay — Alfalfa. >18®18.50; valley
timothy, >18® 18.50; eastern Oregon
timothy, >20.50 ®21.
Butterfat—50® 54c.
Eggs—Ranch, 32®37c.
Cattle—Steers, good, >11.25®12.25.
Hogs—Medium to choice, >7.75®
9.25.
Lambs — Medium to choice, >11.50
013.00.
Seattle.
Wheat—Soft white, western whits,
>1.28%; hard winter, >1.21; western
red, >1.23%; northern spring. >1.28f
bluestem. >1.45; dark northern spring
>1.47; dark hard winter, >1.41.
Wheat—Soft, white, western white,
>1.29%; hard winter. >124%; west­
ern red, >1.25%; northern spring,
41.28%; bluestem, >1.45%; dark north­
ern spring, >1.47%; dark hard winter,
>141%.
Hay — Alfalfa, >21; timothy, >28;
P. 8.. >22.
Bntterfat—63c.
Eggs—Ranch. 36®39c.
Cattle--Steers, choice. >11.7(012.71
Hogs—Prime. >9.25 9 *40.
Hogs—Prime. >9100935.
Spokane.
Cattle—Steers, good. »1I.50OUJ4.
y o g s - Good, >*09.19.
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M c K enzie , m . d -
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Office; 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendleion, Oregon
: The Family Wardrobe s
London.—Field Marshal Earl Haig,
FOR SALE— Baled alfalfa hay, by
the bale, ton, lot or carload. Call commander-in-chief of the British
at office or phone 141. Leathers forces in France during the World
A Little.
2-tfc War, died suddenly at his London
home in Princes Gate. Death result­
FOR SALE— Good, clean, scientific­ ed from a heart attack suffered while
ally cooled Jersey milk and sweet the famous soldier was preparing for
cream, delivered morning and eve­ bed. Earl Haig was 66.
ning. Phone 78-W. L C. Dyer.
14-tfc Marines Seize Nicaraguan Rebel Nest
Managua, Nicaragua. — The United
FOR SALE— No. 1 fresh eowa. B. States marines have captured one of
Hammer.
17-tfo the most difficult peaks in Nicaragua
—on which General Augustino Sandtno
was said to have made his headquar­
MISCELLANEOUS
ters—without trace of the rebel chief­
tain.
For rent— Four room house. Inquire
Sau><faaf f o r I c e
Knerr’s Repair Shop or residence.
There
Is no renson why snwdnst
17-tfc.
cannot be used year after year for
packing Ice. It will undoubtedly be­
INSURANCE
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSUR­ come discolored with age, but so long
as It does not become mixed with dirt
ANCE COMPANY.
or other foreign mntter. Its usefulness
JOHN HADDOX,
HERMISTON. as a packing material will not be af­
fected by repented use. Sawdust de­
Odd Job Repairs
cays very slowly, where conditions are
I do clclmining and build cess­ not at all favorable to fungus growth.
pools. S. Jensen.
4-tfc The dust Is not only cold during use,
but is constantly wet—factors which
Watch, clock and Jewelry repairing. prevent or nt least greatly retard the
development of wood-destroying fungi
8 e . Newell, next door to Sappers.
lt - t t e
I : :
Program of Study to be
C a p ita l, S urplu s and U n d iv id e d P ro fits O v e r $ 5 0 ,0 0 0
F. B. Swayae, Pres.
W. J. W ARNER
OUTLINED BY FARM BUREAU
Visit movieland, orange groves,
the oil fields, beach resorts, big
cities. Golf courses galore!
F in e f set U nio n P acific tra in s a ffo rd
connections via P o rtla n d o r S alt
L a k e C ity . D ive rse route p e rm itte d .
M A K g V 3 U B R K S K B V A T IO N S M OW
U N IO N
P A C IF IC
I OVXKLAMD ROUTS
Jfalflh.
F. C. W0UGHTER, Agent
Hermiston, Oregon
H o m e C ookin g
IS OUR SPECIALTY
HOME MADE PASTRY
WE SERVE 40c LUNCH FROM
11 ;30 TILL 9 :0 0 P. X.
Fried Chicken, hem* style, BOe
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOUR!
Open 5:30 to 9:30.
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