The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, September 20, 1928, Image 2

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SPECIALS
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
■ BREVITIES ■
Saturday and Monday, Sept. 22-24
Occurence. a t Internat Glanaad Hara
and Thera About the City and
Natchharhood
F ru it Bars, Oh so good, per pound
J. M. Blggg arid fam ily sp e n t Sun
day in A rlin g to n .
.................. 27c
Red ai»j| V0Qte P in eap p le. No. 2 1-2 tin s ....................... .................. 22c
T ree Tejk-J^Gieeii o r B lack. 1-2 poun.i package
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.................. 35c
WE HAVE ADDED TO OUR STOCK THE HEADLIGHT OVER­
ALL WHICH IS GUARANTEED IN EVERY WAY TO GIVE SAT-
ISFACTTON OR YOUR MONEY BACK.
THE RETAIL PRICE IS $2.25 AND WE ARE GOING TO AL­
LOW YQU 25c ^OR YOUR CAST-OFF OVERALL YOU NOW HAVE
IN EXCHANGEON A NEW PAIR. LEAVE YOUR OLD ONE AND
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KINGSLEY’S
M IR M I8 T O N «
G uts m e ta l — e v e r y
Easy to adjust—
L— a a good
w rench at a w _ _ _
v e r y lo w
price . . .
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Nail Hammers
C erald and G eorge M cKenzie a re in
Mrs. L. H. K arn of S e a ttle is vis­
P o rtla n d now a tte n d in g C olum bia itin g h e r d a u g h te r. Miss C h a rlo tte I
U niversity.
K ern, for a few days.
Miss K ern is
music su p erv iso r In th e local s c h o o l.'
Mrs. O. O. F elth o u se left Tuesday
m orn in g w ith Mr. an d M rs. Jess H op­
S. L. D. Ross of P o rtla n d , form er
p er for W eiser, Idaho.
T hey w ill
visit w ith re la tiv e s fo r tw o weeks. H erm iston resident, v isited his d a u g h ­
ter, Mrs. L ogan Todd, la st F riday.
Dr. an d Mrs. F. V. P rim e w ere in Mr. Ross w as r e tu rn in g from a v isit
in Idaho and planned to re tu rn home
P endleton last F rid ay .
via Spokane.
GET A NEW ONE.
H O U S K O F Q U A L IT Y A N C C S C R X
* HackSaw
• INCH—BLUED STEEL
J. Skovfco left for P u y allu p . W ash ­
in g to n S unday h a v in g been invited
th e re to ju d g e th e bees and honey
d e p a rtm e n t of th e W estern W ash in g ­
ton fa ir th a t is b eing held th ere th is
week.
Miss E lizab eth S traw left S atu rd ay
Mr. an d Mrs. H en ry Jacobson of
for P o rtla n d w here she w ill e n te r Adams sp en t th e w eek-end a t the
Reed college.
John Leek home. Mrs. Jacobson is a
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leek.
Mr. McCall, p u b lish e r of th e P ilo t
, Rock R ecord, w as a H erm isto n v isi­
The S tra w residence h a g recen tly
to r S atu rd ay .
been re n te d to H. L. B radley.
Mrs.
H arry S traw and fam ily w ill move to
H a rry K elly an d J . M. B iggs w ere
P o rtla n d some tim e in th e n e a r f u t­
in P en d leto n M onday m orning.
ure.
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PH O N E
Wrench
H erm iston.
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C itru s W ash in g Pow der, p e r p ack ag e .
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Mr. and Mrs. William Luttrell of
Newberg, Oregon, spent Tuesday in
W h a t is h a n d ier around
the house than —
a real hammer?
BwL
W o rth 50c . .
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home needs one.
o rth
C. W
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m ore but o u r
price now . .
25'
Fliers
POLISHED NICKEL PLATED
You need good plier3
— buy the 50c
kind while the
price is . . ,
Oregon Hdwe. & Implt. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. W in. S h aar v isited in
W alla W alla over th e week end.
j S a tu r d a y :: M onday
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SPECIALS
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No. 10 P a ils L rrd , per p a il..............
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No. 5 P ails L a rd .................
4 Pound P ackages R aisins, per package
2 ounce B ottles S ch illin g 's V anilla, p e r b o ttle .
......... 30c
4 ounce B ottles S c h illin g ’s V anilla, p er b o ttle ..
........ 59c
.18 u u n ce Bjottleg C atsup, 2 b o ttles fo r .........................
......... 45c
P ine I d r ’ N alley 's Sandw ich S pread per J a r.........
....... 42c
Rlcfe, 3 hounds fo r........... .............................
Red M exican Beans, 3 pounds fo r................................................ ........ 25c
I HlIHLY CASH GROCERY
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— MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES
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DALLES AND PENDLETON
BETWJEEN
S unday services a t th e M ethodist
church.
S h eriff C ookingham
w ill
Mr. an d Mrs. W. J. W a rn e r w ere speak a t th e M ethodist ch u rch Sun-
lay m o rn in g a t I I . E vtrybody in ­
i v isito rs in P en d leto n S atu rd ay .
vited to h ear him . T he p asto r w ill
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Doris, th e th ree-y ear-o ld d a u g h te r be aw ay a t conference h eld a t Hood
( i f Mr. an d Mrs. B u rn e tt, w as in ju re d River.
■ ¡S atu rd ay w hen she c a u g h t h e r arm
J in a w rin g er c ru s h in g it to th e el-
Mrs. E. P. Dodd and d au g h te rs. Isa­
_ I bow.
belle and R u th , le ft d u rin g th e early
p a rt of th e week for th e ir new home
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Mrs. H. T. F ra s e r e n te rta in e d a t n ear L ake C h elrn , W ash in g to n . The
J three tab les of b rid g e F rid ay . H igh Dodd hom e In H erm isto n has been
Mrs.
g score was won by Mrs. B. S. K ings- rented by George Je n k in s.
■ ley w ith Miss E ld o ra K ingsley re- Jen k in s w ill be hom e th e firs t of
next m onth a fte r sp en d in g the su m ­
■ ] ceiving- th e consolation.
m er In P o rtlan d .
■ I Mrs. R in to u l of P o rtla n d arriv ed
Mr. and Mrs. lloy S u lliv an tak e th is
arriv ed F rid ay to spend a few days
v isitin g h e r p a re n ts, Mr. and Mrs. means of ex p ressin g th e ir th a n k s to
the m any frien d s w ho have been so
G eorge B riggs.
kind since th e ir loss in th e b u rn in g
Miss A gnes L ittle left last F rid a y of th e ir hom e M onday.
| evening for W ah o u g al. W ash in g to n
A pep rally and big b onfire w ill be
w here she w ill teac h in th e h ig h
sta re d by H erm isto n h ig h school s tu ­
school d u rin g th e com ing year.
dents T h u rsd ay ev en in g on one of the
dow ntow n lots. T his is in a n tic ip a ­
Mr. P au l w as a P en d leto n v isito r
tion of th e o p en in g of th e football
P H a s t Monday.
season th e follow ing a ftern o o n when
U
H erm isto n ’s football squad w ill m eet
C ra n t Bailey is In P en d leto n th is th e K ennew ick team h ere in H erm is
U iw eek ru n n in g a h o t dog stan d an d ton.
L ..jlp in g to feed th e R ound-U p crow d.
C O M M E R C IA L
P R IN T IN G
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Rev. A. J. W are, Miss Nell Reeves.
II. J . S tillin g s, A. E. B ensel a n a J.
Skovbo atten d ed th e U m atilla B ap­
tist A ssociation a t F re e w a te r F rid ay ,
S atu rd ay an d S u n d ay as delegates
deleg ates from th e local church.
W ord h as been received In H e r­
m iston of th e m a rria g e of H a rry
W atson to MI bs E va P eck on Sunday,
A u g u st 26, In P o rtla n d . Mr. W at-
snn Is a fo rm er H erm isto n resid en t
now liv in g In P o rtla n d .
M eredith K ah ler re tu rn e d to S eat­
tle last week w ith h e r p aren ts, Mr.
and Mrs. L. K ah lar. Mrs. L. H. P ear-
I son, m o th er of Mrs. K ah ler, rem ain -
j ed in H erm isto n to spend th e w in ter.
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Turn-A-Lum Lumber Company
R. A. BROWNSON. MANAGER
This Stock of General Merchandise
A nd prices a n a O u all'y til m erch an d ise should do th is in sh o rt
ord er. W e are prep ared to tak e o u r loss now a fte r fo ity -fo u r
y ears of alm ost co n tin u o u s service in th e d is trib u tio n of G eneral
M erchandise to th e re ta il trade. W e a re sure th e p o p le h e rs and
in th is tr ib u ta ry te rrito ry will ta k e o ir fin al s ta te m e n t in good f„i'.
and av ail them selves of th e o p p o rtu n ity to supply th e ir pres n t :.nd
fu tu re needs out of th is stock. T h is sale w ill be conducted by th e
M. F. H atfield A ssociation, of S pokane, and we are sure you w ill
be pleased w ith th e m an n er th is sale w ill be conducted in.
Sale Begins Thursday, Sept. 27
Watch for Circulars
Hermiston Produce and Suppîy
Company
More Cows More
A t th e B a n tist-C h ristia n
church
Sunday, S eptem ber 23: Bible school. |
10 A. M. M orning w o rsh ip 11 A. M
Thome, In v estin g a L ife. C h ristian ;
E ndeavor 7 P. M. E v e n in g service.
8 P. M. Them e, A P ic tu re of M an
It Is a poor religion th a t is never
stro n g except w hen th e ow ner
is
slclt. C h rist is th e h e a rt of re lig ­
ion; re la tio n to C h rist Is th e h e a rt
of personal salvation. A cordial w el­
come to all. A. J. W are, pastor.
for
CH AS. G. B U R K
GENERAL
M ERCHANDISE
Hermiston Dairymen
Producers generally are well
pleased with the new grading
policy we have adopted for
cream buying at Hermiston.
Price today on sweet cream,
56c; No. 1 sour cream, 53c.
Fred Barker, a thoroughly
experienced cream man, has
been appointed as our Her­
miston agent. Call and see
him the next time you are in
town.
A re g u la r m eetin g of th e F arm B u r­
eau A u x iliary w ill be held F rid ay ,
S eptem ber 21. M eeting w ill be c a ll­
ed a t 2 in stead of 1:30. T he discus­
sion of th e election and re g istra tio n
law s w ill be co n tin u ed . T here a re
several o th e r In te re stin g and Im port­
a n t su b jects to be discussed.
Miss R ach ael Leek of P o rtla n d ,
E < IC E
¡d a u g h te r of Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n Leek,
N otice Is hereby given th a t tl)e
was a v isito r a t th e hom e of h e r p a r­
e n ts from T h u rsd ay u n til S unday of board of d irecto rs of W estlan d I r r i ­
last week.
g atio n D istrict, a c tin g as a board of
eq u alizatio n , will m eet a t th e d is tric t
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dowell and Miss office in H erm iston, O regon, on th e
C lara H all a tte n d e d th e B ap tist a s­ firs t T uesday in O ctober, 1928, a t 8
sociation a t F re e w a te r F rid ay . T hey o’clock P. M. for th e purpose of r e ­
re tu rn e d th e sam e day.
view ing and co rre c tin g th e assess­
m ents an d ap o rtio n m en t of taxes to
T h e B ap tist L adies Aid is h o ld in g be levied on the first T uesday In
a rum m age sale F rid a y and S a tu r­ S eptem ber, 1928, for d is tric t p u r­
day. O ctober 6 and 7. A nyone h av in g poses.
discarded clothes, shoes, cooking
D ated th is 30th day of A ugust,
I u ten sils or a n y th in g to give is re- 1928.
J . W . M ESSNER.
I quested to leave such d o n atio n s a t
K u e rr’s re p a ir shop or at th e m eat S ecretray W estland Irrig a tio n Dis­
I m ark et.
All d o n atio n s w ill be very
tr ic t, U m atilla C ounty, Oregon.
I much ap p reciated .
(5 2 -5 tc )
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T y T H E N you build It is al vnvs a comforting
AF t i VV thing to know that the b u ild in g m a te ria ls
you buy are going to be up to specifications.
Cheap, flimsy construction usually pjes
¡band in hand with poor quality materials.
Safeguard your building by letting us know
wbat you require and we will work with you
: to see that your interests are well protected,
k W a are headquarters for all dependable
building materials and can also Salp yoy select
a mod, reliable contractor.
Tell us what you plan to do— r t yn « v j
” * give you bdpfttf advice.
CLOSE OUT!
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We have F in ally Concluded Cur P laus to
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SW IFT & COM PANY
Creamery Department.
HERÎHSTOH, OREGON
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STYLE
BACON
M ens
K om en’s
MEN'S D R E S S -
HATS
SHIRTS
PANTS
TIES
MEN'S W O R K -
HATS
SHIRTS
PANTS
RUBBER BOOTS
DRESS SHOES
SILK HOSE
T h in , evenly stre a k e d slabs of bacon, chosen w ith care from young
corn fed pigs. Sw eet w ith th e heav y c u re of su g ar. Smoked for
day» in a slow aro m atic haze of sm oke. You never tire of It.
RAYON HOSE
Girls’
TOILET ARTICLES
SCHOOL SHOES
WOMEN S AND GIRLS’
STRAW AND FOV. HATS
SUITS TO MEASURE BY MEYER & CO.
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HERMISTON M ARKET
PHONE 411
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