The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 06, 1928, Image 3

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COLUMBIA THEATER
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 1#5. 1 0 . A
F. meets each Monday evening la Odd
Fellows’ hall. Visiting members SOC-
dlally Invited.
W. R. Longhorn. Secretary.
HERMISTON ,0RE.
STOP THOSE
LEAKS!
Wednesday and Thursday
You have no idea howquiokly the money w ill mount
One dollar start« off an accouna for you.
It is as necessary to save money as it is to earn money.
l e t us
explain to you in detail our special sivin gs plan and show you how
First N ational Bank
C a p it a l, S u rp lu s
F. B. Swayze, Fres.
a n d U n d iv id e d P r o f it s O v e r $ 6 0 , 0 0 0
J. L. McPherson spent the week­
end with his daughter, Mrs. Clint
Jackson.
FOR SALE — Italian prunes and
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Sams and
grapes. James Eddie, 4th unit.
daughter Martha Helen of Milton
62-itp were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hinellne over the week-end.
FOR SALE— Ripe or Jelly grapes.
Half mile south Farm Bureau. Mrs.
Doris Swayze returned from Port­
Marble.
50-tfc
land Friday and has spent part of
FOR RENT— 5 room house, furnished this week In Pendleton. Miss Swayze
is secretary to Senator Stiewer.
or unfurnished. . H. E. Hanby.
51-tfc
Mrs. Udey and daughter Florence
CRABAPPLES. PEARS, PLUMS— acccompanled her father, Mr. Sink, to
Florence
Frank Allen’s place. Phone 22-J. The Dalles Wednesday.
48-tfc Udey will attend school at that place
again this year.
FOR SALE— Barlett and d’Anjou
pears by box. J. Skovbo.
48-tfc
Wade Sims and Carroll Palmer of
Walla
Walla spent Monday In Her­
For sale, trade or rent— Three room
cottage On west side. A. W. Ag­ miston visiting friends.
new.
31-tfc
William J. McVey and Lloyd M.
Foor sala— A new supply of adding Kean of Portland, were house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Warner over
machine rolla at the Herald.
the week end.
PIANO sacrifice in storage near Her­
miston. Partly paid for piano like
Anna Gaither of La Grande, was
new. Free delivery. Fully guar­
visiting friends in Hermiston this
anteed. Will accept phonograph,
week.
or other musical Instrument part
payment. Balance your own terms.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hlneline’s car
Write at once to Geo. Robinson,
piano adjuster, 208 Oak St., Port­ was damaged Sunday while they were
land, Oregon.
50-4tc driving into Hermleton. In passing
the Laird place to avoid some one
FOR SALE— Plano, email tricycle and who wag backing out they etruck a
bed. Inquire Mrs. W. W. Felt- tree. No one wae injured.
house.
1-tfc
A course In sewing la being offer
Winker Banana and Jonathan ap­ ed this year for the first time In this
ples 25c box; no culls. Paul Miller. high school. Twenty-two girls have
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registered and It Is the largest class
FOR SALE— 200 White Leghorn In the elective courses. Miss Eva
hens. 750 White Leghorn pullets. Randall has charge o this work.
Inquire at First National Bank.
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MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED— Housekeeper for ffamly
of five. Ranch cooking and gen­
eral housework. Inquire Hermis­
ton Drug Co.
52tfc
FOUND— Car window awning. Ow­
ner may have for paying for adv.
and identifying it.
52-tfc
WANTED— 30 tons of alfalfa hay.
H. E. Hanby.
-51-tfc
Four room furnished house for rent.
Inquire at Floyd Knerr’s shop or
residence.
Hermiston Second Hand Store. —
Furniture and Hardware, Harness,
Saddles, Wagons.
11-tfc
BEAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGGS. RE
ALTOR.
25-Sfc
INSURANCE
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSUR­
ANCE COMPANY.
JOHN HADDOX.
HERMISTON.
HERMISTON IRRIGATION DIS­
TRICT NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of directors of the Hermiston
Irrigation District, acting as a board
of equalization, will meet at the of­
fice of the secretary in Hermiston,
Oregon on the lrst Tuesday In Octo­
ber, 1928, at 8 P. M., for the purpose
of reviewing and corecttng the assess­
ment and apportionment of taxes to
be levied on or before the first Tues­
day In September, 1928.
W. J. WARNER,
52-2tc
Secretary.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phone Connection
Evenlge by appointment.
22 departments o f the College
of L ite ra tu re . Science
and the Arta
Architecture and Allied A rte —
Business Adm inistration— Edu­
cation — Journalism— Graduate
Study— Law— Medicine— Mnsie
— Physical Education — Sociol­
ogy— Social Work— Extension
Division.
W. J. W ARNER
Attorney-at-law
Hermiston
Collage Y ear Open* Sept. 14. 1928
For information or oatologoo write
The Rrgietrar. Uninoreity of
Ortgon. Eugene. Oro.
THE MARKETS
Portland
Wheat — Big Bend bluestem, hard
white, 8131; soft white and weetern
white, 81.13; hard winter and western
red, 81.08H; northern spring, 81-10,
Hay — Alfalfa 81650017; valley
timothy 817® 17.60; eastern Oregon
timothy, 821 @21.60.
Bntterat—50 c.
Eggs—Ranch, 29*4'839c.
Cattle—Steers, good, 811.75 0 13.50.
Hogs—Medium to choice, 811-500
818.25.
Lambs — Good to choice, 810.75®
812-25.
Seattls.
Wheat — Sot white and western
white, >1.15; hard winter, western
red, 51.08H; northern spring, 81-10;
bluestem, 81-33.
Hay — Alfalfa, 824; timothy, 830;
P. 8.. 824.
Butterfat—81c.
Eggs—Ranch, 28 0 36c.
Cattle—Prime steer«. 111 75® 12.50.
Hogs—Prime. 818 8O®13.«5.
Lambs—Choice. 311-25012.25.
Spokane.
Hogs — Good, and choice, 813
12.75.
Cattle—Steers, good, I11O1L75.
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DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
I Treat both Acute and Chronle D is­
eases.
Office across street from Hurly's
grocery.
Phone 481
Office Hours. 10 to 12; 1:30 to 5.
Hermiston, Oregon.
Time of seeding fall wheat may
often be a factor in controlling
j weeds. Wheat which is seeded early
■ In the all la otten InfeBted with an-,
■ nual weeds in some parts of Oregon.
Infestations can be materially
h s. mckenzie , m . d -
I J g ! Weed
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
I reduced by cultivation of the seed
I AM OFFERING FOR SALE AT MY RANCH AT MONUMENT, ■ bed In the fall and delaying planting Office; 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
■ until many of the weeds have oppor-
Pendleton, Oregon
■ tunlty to germinate. In most seasons
GRANT COUNTY, OREGON
■! In Western Oregon planting can safe-
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
■ |ly be dlayed until October 15-20. In
55 HEAD OF WELL BRED
■ 'date of planting trials with winter
Physician and Surgeon
wheat by the Oregon experiment sta­ O ffice P h o n e 738.
Ree. Phono T il
tion at Corvallis, this date of plant­ Office in First National Bank Bldg.
ing has glven the highest yields In
comparison with earlier and later
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
seedings. Wheat planted before Oct.
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
1 Is often more heavily infested with
weeds, whiles that planted much af­ Specializing in Acute and Chronic
ter October 20 generally does notj
Disease-
have an oportunlty to become well Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
estblished.
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Hours. 10 to 8. and by appointment.
AGES 2 TO 6 YEARS
Grfaln from sweet sorghums la not (Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 311
as good as cow feed as that of the
HERMISTON, OREGON
real grain sorghums such us satlo
and feterita. These grain sorghums
GOLDA E. MUMMA
have about the same composition as
Instructor in Piano
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State accredited teacher.
They are ground before being fed.
Pupil of
William R. Boone
Ernest A. Evans
Portland, Oregon
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STATE MARKET AGENT
Terms: 81.00 Per Leeson.
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DEPARTMENT
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Make appointments early for Fait
Term beginning September 3. High
school credits given. Beginners tak­
The Army of Co-operatives
en, also.
Main Street, Hermiston, Oregon
Three million members, sharehold­
ers. shippers, consignors and patrons
are credited to the 11,400 active co­
operative associations, according to
¡ I F
I T ’ S A JO B 0 1 J
an estimato by U. S. department of
agriculture. The estimates for a
number of the largest groups of or­
ganizations are; grain marketing,
HVE8S
SHOES
MEN’S D R E S S -
900,000 members; dairy products,
HATS
SILK HOSE
800,000; livestock, 450.000; fruit
■ CALL US TO DO THE WORE ■
SHIRTS
and vegetables, 215,000; cotton, 140,-
RAYON
HOSE
FOR YOU
1
PANTS
000; miscellaneous products, 190,- 2
TIES
000; buying supplies, 398,000. The
MEN’S W O R K -
We Have the Trucks ana
as
membership figures of 3,000.000 does ■
TOILET ARTICLES
HATS
not mean tht number of Individuals ■ Experienced Men to Handle the *
SCHOOL SHOES
SHIRTS
In the activities of the associations; «
Business.
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PANTS
‘
WOMEN’S AND GIRLS’
many farmers hold memberships In
RUBBER BOOTS
STRAW AND NOV. HATS
two or more. The number of differ­ ■ WE CAN FIGURE WITH YOU ”
ent individuals is about 2,000,000.
SUITS TO MEASURE BY MEYER & CO.
5
ON LONG HAULS
£
5 5 -D A IR Y COWS— 55 I
Jerseys and Guernseys
■ Tubercular and Abortion Tested
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GUY BOYER
CH AS. G. BURK
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GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Men's
At the Baptlst-Christian church
Sunday, September 9— Bible school
10 A. M. The school Is taking a trip
to Palestine. Men and boys in con­
test with women and 8tr,B ° r the
school. Come and make the trip with
us. Morning worship. 11 A. M
Theme, Having a Mind to Our Work
Rally day— we are expecting you
Solo. Miss Golda Mumma. Christ
ian Endeavor 7 P. M. Evening ser
c etv 8 P. M. Theme. The Folly of
Mote-pulling. Give an hour to the
development of your real self. Go to
church. Glad to have you worship
here. You are especially invited. A
J. Ware, pastor.
— READ THE WANT ADS—
September 12 and 13
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HERMISTON LOCALS
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BOYD T. JENKINS, D. IL » .
associated with
F. V. PRIME, D. X. D.
FARM REMINDERS
R. Alexander, Vice-President
A. H. Norton, Cashier
FOB SALP
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O pportun ity io offered in
Saturday and Sunday
September 15 and 18
"LITTLE ADVENTURES”
A DeMllle production starring Vera Reynolds and Victor Var-
conl. Venturing ito the land
adventure and wild for excite
ment, she figured an elopement with a married man would be
moat thrilling.
It was.
A comedy o many e r r o r s .
you may benefit greatly from it.
>f Hermiston
Tk® SeAool of Quality T K t Sot
tho Entire State
Com« to your State University too
cultural education and profeaaionaJ
training
ROUGR RIDERS
A Paramount picture starring Noah Berry, Charles Farrell and
Mary Astor.
America in 1898— Cuba struggling for liberty—
Spanish oppreeelon— a single man with courage to act was wanted.
Theodore Roosevelt was that man. Needless to say “The Rough
Riders” w ill be most interesting to men.
up, and what a comfort it w ill be a i you to know that it is avail­
able in tune of need.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
The finest rural classic since "Way Down East." This self-sacri­
ficing country doctor, on duty day and night; whose efforts were fre
quently rewarded with the gift of a sack of potatoes or turnips.
Open a savings account at this bank and deposit a regular
sum weekly
C ecil W arn er, N . O.
“COUNTRY DOCTOR”— STARRING RUDOLPH SCHILDKRAUT
and VIRGINIA BRADFORD
Wt&ch out! ... Put a »top to the leak» that prevent yon from
saving!
September 8 and 9
Saturday and Sunday
Women s
1 HAULING j
Girls'
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Sheep Increasing In Numbers
Sheep in the United States are re­
covering from the slump of a few i
years ago and are again increasing.
Thia year the estimate is 44,545,000
head, against 51,929,000 ns an aver­
age of 1909 ana 1913. In Australia,
the leading exporter of wool, a pre­ ■ W A G N E R & P A N I 0 W
liminary es!lniate for the year places
■ PORTLAND - PENDLETON
sheep at 103,000,000 head, a slight
s
TRUCK LINE
decrease below 1926, but an Increase
ot about 11,000,000 over the pre-war
level. In 25 countries of the world
reporting all years to 1927. sheep
numbers amount to 395.000,000
head, an Increase of 1.8 per cent over
1926. and 3.6 per cent over the
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206 East C o v i St.
1909-1913 average.
! H erm iston !
! Transfer S
UMATILLA PROJECT FAIR
Hermiston :: October 5 and 6
Signed:
JOE UDEY.
Though this has been the worst
season for peach leaf curl In many
years, many commercial growers
BOND REDEMPTION NOTICE
! have orchards entirely free from this
Notice Is hereby given that school' trouble. They have followed the
District No. 112, Umatilla county . j simple plan of making a thorough
will exercise Its option to redeem the application of bnrdesux spray 4-4-50
ollowlng described outstanding bond i in December or January. The bor-
o saig district:
! deaux spray applied following har-
Bond number 7, amount 8500.00,, vest for peach blight does not give
issued March 20, 1019, due March 3 0 ,1 control of the curl, finds the experl-
1534. optional March 20, 1920, bear-'ment farm.
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J J. L. VAUGHAN
Pasteurize or Boil Milk
. ing interest at the rate of 5 per cent
TAKEN UP NOTICE
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per a n n u m .
Notice 1. hereby given that I have
Tfae above (>es(.ribed boBd w,„ bp
taken up and have kept for about 30
on of #fter geptember 20, 1928
days at the Joe Udey ranch, 4 mlies on pregentatlOn
presentation at the off)ce of Uma-
east of Hermiston the following des­ till* County Treasurer, Pendleton.
cribed animal: One yearling Durham Oregon. Interest will cease on said
bull calf. Said animal will be sold, bond September 20, 1928.
unless redeemed, at public auction to
Dated August 20, 1928.
the highest bidder for cssh In hand On
BBTTYE F. DeHART,
the 17th dsy of September. 1928.
Treasurer Umatilla County,
Dated st Hermiston ob this 7th day
1 -ltc
Pendleton. Oregon
of September, 1928.
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ANY AND
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"Undulant Fever" Is a new disease
In Oregon and is said to be caused1
by the use of milk from cows that j
have prematurely lost their young,
FOB YOU
a condition known as "contagious ■
abortion.” which the state veterinar­ ■
ian claims to be existing In between
Pendleton, O n. ■
6 and 10 per cent of Willamette val­ ■ Phone 139
ley herds. The disease last about ?■■■■■■■■■ I I H N I U M
three monthB but Is rarely fatal. The
authorities say: “The exigence of un­
dulant fever In Orogon 1« another ar­
gument for pasteurization of milk.
In rural communities where pasteur­
ization plants are not available, milk
from Infected cows should be boiled
before drinking.”
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Everthing
Electrical
DON’T FORGET
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Bostan M an H ead s F o re ig n W a r Vate.
Indianapolis, Ind.—Eugene P: Car­
ver Jr. of Boston, Mass., was elected
national commander In chief of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars at their
29th encampment here He won over
Patrick W. Kelley of Portland, de­
partment commander of Oregon, the
only other candidate. Mrs. Bessie
Hanken of Revere. Mass., waa elected
president of the Woman's auxiliary.
When you need any­
thing in the fine ei
nekt and attractive
Printing.
Want Ada Brin*