The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, June 28, 1928, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    TKK KKBMI8TOB HEBJLLD, HEKMISTOxV, ORKGOX.
y
COLUMBIA THEATER
HERMISTON .ORE.
If you had saved
your first dim e
Saturday and Sunday
Jure 30 and 31
“Mike”
STARRING MARSHAL NEILAN AND CHARLIE MURRAY.
Wednesday and Thursday
B IG
July 4 and 5
S P E C IA L
C£ (paramount (picture
And added a dime to it every day, how much would you have?
Not Impossible to figure it out.
We suggest converting a definite portion of your Income—say
ten per cent—into Time Certificates of Deposit. They draw 4 per
“Beau Geste”
cent interest and are an absolutely safe way of saving money.
STARRING RONALD COLMAN
The story involves three brothers in the French Foreign Legion.
The theft of a million dollar sapphire, the flight of Beau Geste and
his two brothers to the Deserts of Africa to save the honor of an
English lady and her niece.
TW O SH O W S
SPECIAL MUSIC
First National Bank
L
PRICES
25-50c
of Hermiston
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over *50,000
F. B. Swayae, Pre».
R. Alexander, Vice-President
A. H. Norton, Cashier
WANT AOS
FOB SALB
FOR SALE—Sour cherries (pie cher­
ries, at 4c per pound on tree. Come
and get them. Also have apricots
and peaches in season. Grim
Brothers, Irrigon.
42-2tc
FOR SALE— Poland China pigs, *6.
R. C. Canfield.
40-tfc
FOR SALE— Dairy ranch and cows,
or will trade. See F. A. Wagner.
41-tfc
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 W 4 4 4 4 4 4 *
<•
♦
♦
HERMISTON LOCALS
*
♦
Natives of the Jungles of Africa are
' likely to be of a philosophical turu of
I mind, as is Illustrated by the story of
' an old Bantu negro told by Dan
1 Crawford, who spent most of his life
1 as a missionary in the wilds of the
Dark continent. ”1 have lived so long
in the long grass that I think like the
blacks, and I never talk of Western
civilization,’’ Crawford told Seton
' Tompson, the nuturalist and writer.
! “But Just when I was coming home
and was thinking perhaps tenderly of
' old scenes and faces, I did one night
i swank a bit about civiiizatioi to an
, old Bantu, who was sitting with me in
' my hut I told him i was going to my
own country, where they hud ships
that went under the water, ships that
went on the water, and still more ships
■ that flew over the water. I told him
j that in English houses you turn a tap
and the water flows, touched a button
! and the room was flooded with light—
! in fact I gave him a good glowing de-
1 scription of alt the alleged triumphs of
I civilization. When I had catalogued
I at much as I could remember I
i stopped and waited for the old negro
i to show his surprise. But lie just
' said:
“ ‘Is tha» alt, Mr. Crawford?’
“ ‘Yes, I think It is,’ I replied.
“Then very slowly and gravely the
old Bantu said:
“ ’Well, Mr. Crawford, to be better
off is not always to be better.’ ”—De­
troit News.
LODGI DIRECTORY
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 20*. L 0. O.
F. meets each Monday evening in Odd
Fellows' hall. Visiting members <or-
dlally invited.
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary,
Cecil W arner, N. O.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
BOYD T. JENKINS, D. M. D.
associated with
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phons Connection
Evenlgs by appointment.
W. J. W A R BER
Attorney-at-Law
Hermiston
J::
J. A. Birchfield and| Floyd Kneer
were Pendleton visitors Tuesday.
STA ND A R D
O IL C O M P A N Y OF C A L I F O R N I A
HERMISTON CREAMERY
Full Weight Honest Test
Prompt Pay
For sale, trade or rent—Three room
Relatives here have received word
cottage on west side, A. W. Ag­ from Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carson, for­
new,
31-tfc mer Hermiston residents, who left
two weeks ago for their ranch at
Foor sale—A new supply of adding Caroline, Alberta. They ran into
machine rolls at the Herald.
stretches in Canada where rain had
*600 GETS CLEAR TITLE to 45 been falling for 18 days ana made 40
acres of irrigated land at Board- miles in a period of two driving days
man, Oregon. Not less than *200 and had to be towed five times
cash. Address L. A. Sybouts, Lone through baa places, according to the
Rock, Oregon.
42-2t letter. Earl, Lester and Billy ac­
ONE OF THE SUREST MEANS TO TAKE IS TO MILK COWS
companied their parents.
Pasture For Rent— 1 mile west of
town.
S. T. Davit.
44-2tp
"Bermuda onions have not done
quite so well on the poject this sea­
miscellaneous
son as last year,” said W. A. Mike-
POR RENT— 7 room house, modern, sell one day this week, "but we have
with Auto Park. See H. E. Hanby. no kick to register over the growth
42-tfc our plants made. We have some that
When you »ell your cream to ua you not only help us hut your­
ire already mature, and they have
selves as w ell because ours is a home industry and as we grow our
BINDING WANTED, »2.00 per acre. made big bulbs. We’ll have some to
strength means a stronger and better project.
Phone 58-W-2.
42-2tp put on the market this week, and
some growers are already marketing
FRYERS for sale. Mrs. Henry Ott. a part of their crop.” Experiments
44c
with onion plants shipped in from
I WILL TRADE THIS— Modern hotel Texas early In the spring were sta rt­
E. W. WEST, PROP.
all furniehed and going good, in a ’d last year, and results secured
good town and on highway, steam caused an increase in orders for this
heated and up-to-date.
Price spring. Some of the local growers ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I
*12,000. Will take equipped dairy are reported to be receiving seven
ranch. I also have 180 acres good cents per pound for their early crop.
stock ranch, 60 acres meadow, bal­
Many people are complaining
ance pasture; running water all
about
the prevalence of winds this
— TRY THE HERALD WANT ADS—
year; lots of outside range. Price
*5,000. Will trade for small dairy year, but W. A. Leathers thinks 1928
equipped. C. A. Miller, Wallowa, Ore. is repeating the record established 20
41-ltc years ago in 1908. ”1 recall that we
had wind that season all during
Henafitching and dressmaking by June,” he said. "It continued until
Della Sommers, 1 mile south Echo. July 3, and then hot weather started.
Work guaranteed.
41-3tp It woudn't surprise- me if we would
continue having wind with hot waves
FOR RENT—Good bluegrass pasture of a day or two duration for some
for cows. B. J. Nation.
36-tfc little time, after the odd brand of
weather we have been having this
INSURANCE
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSUR­ season to date.”
ANCE COMPANY,
Having 8o or more birthday's to
JOHN HADDOX,
HERMISTON
one’s credit results in making a lot
Herrnlstot? Second Hand Store. — of people seem old, but A. J. Upham
Furniture and Hardware. Harness, of Chicago retains such vigor at that
Saddles, Wagons. Wandering Jew ag^ as to make himself an exception
slips, 35c dozen.
11-tfc to the rule. He arrived Monday for
an extended visit at the home of his
MAKE THE DAY END PERFECTLY AT THE
— READ THE WANT ADS—
son, C. L. Upham. The elder Mr.
LOWERS FOR SALE at the Leath­ Upham is a Civil war veteran. One
ers’ ranch. Mrs. Alpha Christley, of his activities during the spring
Phone 40-J-3.
36-tfc months has been experimental work
in truck gardening to ascertain the
Fateh. clock and Jewelry repairing. results of applied paper mulching in
See Newell, next door to Sappers. stimulating crop growth and early
He spends several hours
l l - t f e maturity.
a day in such work as a part of his
activities when at home.
Odd Job Repair»
I do calcimining and build cess
pools. S. Jensen.
4-tfc
AT TH E T H E A T R E
We are having two electric fans
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND Installed this week so our patrons
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGGS, RE­ may be comfortable as well as enter
ALTOR.
tained. Then If hot weather returns
adequate circulation of air in the
—AT-
SHELL COMPANY BUILDS
theatre will be insured.
Construction work on a plant Just
west of Hermiston for the Shell Oil
Card of Thank»
Co. to serve this district Is going
We wish to thsnk onr many friends
forward rapidly. A big tank lg near­
ing completion and iUe company's for their expression of kindness and
plans are said to Include the con­ sympathy at the time of the death of
struction of a small warehouse. The our beloved.
Pear] A. Straw,
plant Is going up adjacent to the
“LOTS OF PEP”
Elizabeth Straw,
plants now under operation by the
Dorothy
Straw,
Standard Oil Co. and the Union Oil
If Y ou are Looking
For Success
WE WANT
YOUR CREAM
Hermiston Creamery Co.
After the Grange Picnic is Over
Wednesday
JULY 4
BIG
DANCE
Hermiston Auditorium
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
I Treat both Acute and Chronic Dis­
eases.
Office across street from Hurly’s
grocery.
Phons 481
Office Hours, 10 to 12; 1:36 to 6.
Hermiston, Oregon.
h s. M c K enzie , m . d -
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
The average old painting lias a more
colorful past than has been supposed. Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Judging by X-ray studies reported
Pendleton, Oregon
from the Roentgen experiment station
at the Vienna Central Institute for
Radiology. Three-fourths of the pic­
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
tures that have the reputation of being
painted between the Fifteenth and
Physician and Surgeon
Eighteenth centuries are not what Office Phone 733.
Res. Phons 712
their proud possessors think they are. i
it Is estimated. Some of the “old mas j Office in First National Bank Bldg.
ters” ore really not so old, the X-raj ,
reveals. Some are ns old ns they |
WE WORK ON THE SPINE
seem, but the name of a great artist
has been forged over the signature The Chiropractor works upon the
spine,
of the real painter, a lesser light ol
the same period. A few paintings went To adjust the bones back into line;
false color, nt a disadvantage. These This enables the pSwer sent from your
canvuses were originally painted by
brain,
men of the first rank, and later were To cure your disease and end yotsr
stupidly covered by entirely new pic­
pain!
tures, much less beautiful.
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
Among the Ancients
It hns been pointed out that the
statues and plaques carved tu stone
and wood to he seen In the Glzch mu
seum prove that the priest rounnnl-
tiers of Memphis O.fKH) years ago png
sessed a profound knowledge of an
atomy. Science, therefore, as aotn
one has remarked, Is ns old as art
and they have advanced together.
Another remarkable fuct In this
connection Is that excavations In Italy
have brought to light scores of finely
finished surgical Instruments for eer
tain operations, which are almost It
every particular of form like those
reinvented In modern times and used
by the most advanced surgeons of to
day.
Towns With Odd Names
Specializing in Acute and Chronic
Disease.
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment.
Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 31«
HERMISTON, OREGON
G0LDA E. MUMMA,
INSTRUCTOR IN PIANO
Student of
Wm. R. Boone, organist of First
Church Scientist and Temple Beth
Israel
and
Dr. Ernest A. Evans, organist Trin­
ity Episcopal, Rose City Methodist
Church, Portland, Oregon.
Many are the towns In Georglu with
queer names. There is Agues, Lula
HERMISTON, OREGON
and Helen; there Is a Stop, a Linger
and a Cumslo; and Jlmps, I’oor Robin
Canoe, Cash. Kuyk, Dot, Ty Ty Joy
Nlekajack, Shin Bone and Asbestos
and many more, hut the prize foi ■ I F I T ’ S A J O B O F "
brevity belongs to a little settlement
In Gilmer county, which was a long
time ago named Al, says the Boston
Globe. Whether It is a typographical
error for Al or whether the resident»
ever heard of ttie common and eon ■ CALL US TO DO THE WORK ■
venlent Utile crore-word puzzle «leflnl
FOR YOU
■
tlon for n three-toed sloth, the record ’
does not say.
i HAULING i
1
■
■
We Have the Trucks and
|
a Experienced Men te Handle the ■
‘
Business.
J
Beavers Cleanly Animals
Beavers are wonderful housekeepers
clean and orderly. Their beds. Which
are on the floor a few Inches above
the water level, are usually strewn
with hit? of bark, grass or loots left
from their food, and while they on
always damp, they are clean and well
drained. There Is no unplpasanl
murky odor to their beds. Fresh food
Is constantly being brought in and
eaten and the refuse carried out. Tin
bed of the newly born beaver differs
from that of the adult In that it Is
softer, being made of grass, leaves,
twigs and rootlets that serve as food
when It Is old enough to eat.
a WE CAN FIGURE WITH YOU 5
’
ON LONG HAULS
■
Hermiston
Transfer
a
J
A colored mammy wns accustomed I
to come every Monday l<> do the fam
lly washing. Ons day the family
heard the following conversation Ink«
place between mammy ami tier llttl«
son who was lugging at her skirt:
“M a.” w hlrcd the youngster, "where j
does the lire go when It goes out?'
PORTLAND - PENDLETON
TRUCK LINE
Legal Blanks for
Sale at This Office
“Hush, child,” she replied. “You'd |
Just as well ask me w here your father i
goes when he goes ont.”
P«ead The Herald Want Ads.
Painless
Pa rasltl« growths ot a hlgh-pow
ered cl»lllziitlôn. o ' h * cynic hus de
dared, n g irding the stirpino income
of Inllaud Iravifcrs |Otlidmsly hut
'niniin'g Home
1 Cotnpiitd'Ui
stdviMte is seep by
The iiuidiiilie
nt least cm imutpn, wntunfl litiicr.
Aim ; .m ’! « ¿:re, a»
w riting In U
#
* W A G N ER A PANK OW
1
►erenaaers
Fred W, Sir»*,
Oregosi
Signatures of Great
Artists Not Genuine
♦
"Getting turkey poults started has
been harder work this spring than in
ordinary seasons, due to the cold wind
that has prevailed so much of the
time, but I've had fairly good success
with my birds and expect to have a
nice flock to sell this winter,’’ said
W alter Botkin. “The birds are doing
fine now and are old enough that
early season problems are about all
solved.”
1 Good Hard Sense in
Old Bantu’s Comment
Expired?