The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, December 20, 1928, Image 5

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COLUMBIA THEATER
It was four o'clock of u Munday
afternoon. The man, shabby, worn
sud-cyed, sat dowu upon a park bench
Compassionately, the kind heurted
old man watched him. “lie Is Just the
sort of a poor, hopeless wretch who
might shoot himself In the park.’
thought the kind old gentleman.
“I shall watch him carefully,“ was
his decision.
The shabby man wiped his face care-
fully. And then, alas. His liunil went
slowly to bis right blp pocket.
Tile sympathetic old man sprung up
lust in t|me.
“Put a wanderer over the fnce of the
earth,” murmured the shabby man*
brokenly. “A lonely, weary. wun
derer.”
“How is that 7” asked the old man.
tears iu bis eyes.
“Eleven years ago today,” continued
the shabby man In a dreary monotone,
“my wife sent me out with a piece of
lace to match to finish making a pres
ent, and she told me not to cotne home
without It. I am still trying to
mutch IL"
With a sympathetic look the old gen
tleman said nothing, but pulled out
seven samples of lace from his own
pocket.
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SATURDAY ONLY
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“UNDERW O RLD”
The Jlcture you’ve been waiting for! The film that critic and
public have accllaimed as being in a class by itself.
Dramatic.
Dynamic. Something new in picturtdom.
With OLIVE EBOOK - GEORGE BANCROFT.
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ONE OF THE BEST GIFTS, FOE YOUR WIFE—
A GIFT THAT YOUE WIFE WILL APPRECIATE MORE THAN
ANY OTHER YOU MIGHT GIVE HEE.
A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
WITH A SUBSTANTIAL BAIANCE TO STAET HEE TOWAED
SAVING.
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SUNDAY
“H om esick”
A WHIZBANG COMEDY WITH SAMMY COHEN
First N ational Bank
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of Hermiston
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000
T. B. Swayae, Pre».
E. Alexander, Vice-President
A. H. Norton, Cashier
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SPECIAL
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
YOUNG AMERICEA FLIES TO CONQUER
IWART ADS 1
FOE SALfc
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES AND
INSURANCE. J. M. BIGGS, RE­
ALTOR.
26-tfc
— IN—
“THE AIR CIRCUS”
NOTICE—On account of not being
home after Jan. 1, no more cows
will be serviced. Roy Hutchinson.
16-2tp
Inquire of
12-tfc WANTED— One carload of dressed
turkeys to be delivered last part of
December a t Hermiston. Will pay
FOR SALE—White turkey toms. N.
the highest market price. For in­
W. Bloom.
14-4tc
formation write to Columbia Val­
ley Produce Company, Kennewick.
FOR SALE — Heating stove and
Wash.
16-2tp
range. H. E. Hanby.
14-tfc
A GIGANTIC EPIC OF THE AIR
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SUE CARROLL
LOUISE DRESSER
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FOR SALE— Milk cows.
Virgil Wagner.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for city or ❖
farm property on the Umatilla pro­
ject, 28 acres Just outside of Spo­ *
kane on good road, good 7 room
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modern home and buildings. W. A.
Leathers, Realtor.
14-tfc
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FARM REMINDERS
ARTHUR LAKE
DAVID ROLLINS
Admission 25-50
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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CHRISTMAS
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IN O W E C O S
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MBCELLANEOU»
FOR SALE at a sacrifice, two player
pianos belonging to an eastern
manufacturer. Can be purchased
on low monthly payments. Pen­
dleton Music House.
15-2tc
FOR 8ALE— Ground bone for chick­
ens at the Hermiston Meat Market.
14-tfc
FOR SALE— Small Fischer piano,
$80. Lloyd reed baby carriage, 8.
Inquire Mrs. W. W. Felthouse. 14-tc
WANTED — Millions of jackrabbit,
domestic rabbit and other raw furs.
Highest price. Valcauda Fur Co.,
2131 Western Av., Seattle. 14-4tp
S a le d a te s Dec.
19-25 in c lu s iv e
F iiu l return lim it
J An. 7th
I929
UNIfM
m e in
F. C. Woughter, Agt.
Hermiston, Oregon
WANTED-—Young cow, Jersey and
Guernsey mixed. Must be a rea­
sonable price. Wm. DeVore, Pen­
dleton, Oregon. Phone 835-J.
15-ltp
Hermiston Second Hand Store.
Furniture and Hardware Harness.
11-tfc
Saddle«, Wagons.
FOR RENT—8mall, modern house.
$14 to steady renter. Dr. Prime.
12-tfc
— READ THE WANT A » —
Tufo C lassic C arderia
The two most celcbruled wits of the
world have each of them left us a par­
ticular picture of a garden; wlierein
those great masters. being wholly un
confined, and painting at pleasure,
may be thought Io have given a full
Idea of what they esteemed most ex
cellent in this way. These (one may
observe) consist entirely of the useful
part of horticulture, fruit trees, herbs
water, etc. The pieces I sin speaking
of are Virgil's account of the garden
of (he old Cory clan, und floater's of
that oi Aklnoos.—Pope, in The
Guardian.
We Want Yon
RADIO—Let me figure on your set.
Atwater-Kent or Boech. Terms to
suit. C. L. Upham.
THE NEW
ZEROLENE
tAe modern oil
A STANDARD O il PRODUCT
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BOYD T. JENKINS, D. M. D.
associated with
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Bldg.
Phoae Conneetlea
Eveniga by appointment.
W. J. W ARNER
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Attorney-at-Law
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Hermiston
Oregon
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
to keep in m ind the
fact that in addition to
p rin tin g this news­
paper we do job work
of any kind. W hen
in need of anything
in this line be sure
To See Us
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PRANN FUNERAL SERVICE
Telephone 801 Night or Daay
The purpose of the while $tone-IIke
objects found In the Interior of the CHAPEL. FUNERAL COACH AND
tisli’s bead has not been very definitely ; SANITARY PREPARATION ROOM
Ambulance Service
determined, hut most of the small hoys
who calch fish think these slnnes are
Hermiston Avenue
lucky pieces and seek them for the
mere purpose of pocket pieces. Il Is
generally agreed that these stones are
In some way connected with Hie fish’s NOW IS THE TIME TO RESERVE
auditory faculties, hut according In an
YOUR DAY OLD TURKEYS FOR
othpr theory they belong to the fish's
slatic sense, a term referring Io the
SPRING 1929
complex process by means of which
From
healthy,
ranged, purs bred
fishes ure enabled to maintain equlllb
Mammoth Bronze stock, also N arrs
riutn in water. The stones are almost
gansetts. Price delivered to you
entirely mineral compositions, being
$70.00 per 100. Cheaper and more
soluble In weak acetic acid. They
show annular or periodic rings of
satisfactory than to hatch your
growth, somewhat analogous to the
own. Write for more information.
annular rings of trees, and are fre­
RUSSELL POULTRY YARDS
quently used to determine the age of
Box 386T
Corvallis, Oregon
fiche».
Victory for Imagination
NEW YEARSi
WANTED—Quiet team of mares,
1300 lbs. or over, must be young.
Lorie Berney, Troutdale, Oregon.
15-3p
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
| I Treat both Acute and Chronic Dis­
' eases.
Office across street from Hurly's
grocery.
Phone 481
Could Buy Beefsteak
Office Hours, 10 to 12; 1:30 to 8.
bat He W cntcd Grass
Hermiston, Oregon.
It was during an argument about I
H S. McKENZIE, M. D
diet that Frank Arnold of Walnut j
Park remarked:
Eye. Ear- Nose and Throat
“There is ouly one way to settle the
diet question and that way was | Office: 1-2-3 Island Empire Bldg.
Pendleton, Oregon
adopted by a certain very rich man I
know of. He went right to his physl
clan und after many consultations ami
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
examinations, It was decided that he
Physician and Surgeon
should undergo on operation.
Res. Phone 712
“In due time the operation was per- j Office Phone 738.
formed, the rich man's stomach was Office in First National Bank Bldg.
removed and a nice new sheep's stotn 1
aeh put In Its place. The man's re
covery from the operation was rapid
DR. DAVID S. ROWE,
Before long he began to clamor for
Chiropractor and Physiotherapist
food.
“ ’Ahi’ cried the doctor, rubbing his Specializing in Acute and Chronio
hands, ‘it Is evident that the opera
Disease.
tlon is a complete success. The sheep's
Location, 2 doors west of Postoffice
stonjnch Is working fine I”
“ 'Ba-a-n!' cried the rich tnan. 'Why Hours, 10 to 6, and by appointment
bring beefsteaks when I want grass!” ’ Office Phone 303
Res. Phone 312
—Los Angeles Times.
A little boy’s pleasure In picture
books and his quick Imagination
turned the ordeal of taking cod llvet
oil Into a Jolly game for one family
in a story related by Italph Demaree
In Hygela Magazine.
Little Tommy’s father called II hot
tied sunshine and that reminded Tom
my that brownies run away when the
sun shines. From that Idea It was
easy to Imagine that the brownies
lived In (lie brown cod liver oil bottle
So brownies were poured from the
brown bottle after every meal with
to much merriment that Tommy for
got all about milking wry faces.
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U N IO N P A C IF IC
P O IN T ! IN U T A H
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 20«. L O. O.
F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
Fellows' hall. Visiting member« cor­
1 dially Invited.
W. R. Longhorn, Secretory.
Cecil Warner, V . O.
Fish's Headstone
RED UCED
FARES
FOR SALE— Nearly new Ford ton
truck; Ford touring in good run­
ning order, heavy two-wheel tral-
er. Floyd Laird.
15-4tp
LODGI DIRECTORY
HERMISTON, OREGON
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The alfalfa seed crop is consider­
FOR SALE CHEAP— Ford runabout, able shorter han lasttt year, accord­
good condition, body in rear. Her­ ing to reports being received at the
miston Market.
14-tfc Oregon experiment station. The Utah
and Idaho crops are especially small
CLOSING OUT ALL CARS AT BAR- although the Oregon crop is larger
gain prices— 1 Ford truck, platform than usual because of a considerable
bed, good condition, $165; 1 Ford I increase in the acreage harvested.
touring, fair condition, $35; 1 new The November issue of "Crops and
Frd truck, model A, with cab, 1 1-2 Markets” indicates that the crop is
ton, duaal high. Kellogg Motor Co. only about 65 per cent of the 1927
16 tfc crop.
FOR SALE— 560 acres stock ranch
between the Middle Fork and the
North Fork of the John Day river,
nine miles from R itter; will sell on
extra reasonable terms. This place
Is improved with several springs.
Also seven milch cows, two heifers
and one bull calf, the cattle all for
$600. About 15 tons of hay will
sell with cows, or after sale of
cows. Two brood sows, team, wag­
on and harness, about 40 chickens,
mowing
machine,
sprlngtooth
harrow, walking plow and other
Bmall articles. Two separators and
60 sacks of potatoes. All personal
property at my ranch west of Her­
miston. W. E. Roberts, 3 miles
west of Hermiston.
15-4tp
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That Made Men
Wanderer» on Earth
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Bobby hail lived in u duplex for fout
years, and hud heard duplexes
thoroughly dlsi-UHseil.
Just Mcromi (lie street from where
Bobby lived a four aparl mem hulld
lug was m iller i - o i i k i riit-fIon. One daj
Bobby m i* looking <>ut ol the window
soil said: "Mntiiioii.
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almost ready for oent-ia to livs in,
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ANNOUNCEMENT
The Freewater Hatchery at Free­
water. Oregon, announces that the
new Improvementa are now completed
and the new Mammoth Electric mac­
hines are now installed. This is the
largest incubator and brooder estab­
lishment In eastern Oregon or Wash­
ington. Seacon capacity of incuba­
tor« 250,000; brooder capacity, 7000.
Now is the time to order your Col­
lins Baby Chicks. 10 per cent dis-
cunt on all orders received before
January 1, 1929.
8. C. W hite Leghors, 16c; Rocke.
H e ; Reds, 18c; Orpingtons. 18c;
¡Black Mlporcas. 18c
C. F. COLLINS,
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Matchless Fire
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When Jim Bachelor, now a tnembei
of the L. A. ¥., Joined the Boy Scouts,
he came Home and asked hla father to
lend him Ids cigar lighter.
Father gazed at Ids young son In
wide-eyed amazement.
I »id th-
Scouts welcome their tenderfoot with
a »mokeri lie opened his month to
start the well known and popular lee
ture but Jim »aw II coming and heal
him to IL
“You see, dad. you have to make s
fire wllhoul matches, so I thought
yout cigar lighter would be handy
That Is, If II si ill works.”
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Food for Thought
The young wife was heartbroken
“What’» the matter?” asked a
- T R Y THE HERALD WANT ADS—
frtend.
”Olt, my husband Is so abaen' j
minded. After breukfast he left «
tip on the table, and wlieu I handed
him Ills hnl and coal he gave me an
other dime.”
“Well, that’s nothing to worry about
Just force of habit.”
••Thai's Just what worries me. He
Kissed me. ton, when I gave him Ids
coat and bat."
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The family was seated at the tntil.
enjoying dessert. “1 think I'll take
my tomorrow'« share m<w,” aulil ta
Ihcr Jokingly, as lie helped hlinscll tv
a second slice nt cake.
Jean, an only child, glanced cov a
etously at the one remaining piece on
the plate.
“I'll take my piece now. too,” aha i g
said quickly. "before fiilhac get« hlf
Freewater, Oregon, (jay afier iuinorrjtw'» »hare.”
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