The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, April 11, 1929, Image 6

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    THE H BBM ISTO y HERALD, HERMISTON, OREGON.
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COME
EARLY
BE ONE OF
THE LUCKY 10
SALE STARTS AT 8 O'CLOCK
SHARP SATURDAY MORNING
APRIL 13— ENDS SATURDAY
NIGHT, APRIL 20TH
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SALE STARTS AT 8 O’CLOCK
SHARP SATURDAY MORNING
APRIL 13— ENDS SATURDAY
NIGHT, APRIL 20TH
HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES
CHNA CREAM PITCHERS
M ost A m azing Bargains in Good, N ew , Bright and U p-to-date Mer­
chandise. Startling R eductions in som e older lines.
9C
ALUMINUM WARE SPECIALS
All over iridescent china. Bright
colored body, black handle and gold
edge. Iris, tan and blue lus-^
ters ........................................
CUP AND SAUCER
Good quality, heavy white semi-
porcelain. A popular size and
shape. 2 Pieces for ...........
99 per cent pure aluminum—highly
polished finish outside, rich satin fin­
ish inside. Your choice of these
handy everyday pieces—all with full
1 quart capacity.
Paneled sauce
pan,, Rtew pan, pudding pan and mi..-
ing bowl. Get these early!
Each .....................................
COME A N D SEE FOR YOURSELVES - SOMETHING TO INTEREST EVERYONE
NO FAKES! ALL GOOD VALUES!
9c
9c
Com e Early and Bring Your Friends to this Great Sales Event
COAT HANGERS
White and color enamel hard
wood. Special. Two for
9 INCH SOUP PLATE
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Good quality white, semi-porce­
lain. Deep shape. Highly glaz­
ed. Each only ...................
9c
EXTRA SPECIAL
DEEP BERRY BOWL
7V2 Inch Diameter
9c
B
B
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Tw o-Tone Glass Stem w are
Thia is less than half wholesale
cost. Three cup size
at this sale........................
Clear glass body with bright green stem and foot. Choice of: Water
goblet, high and low sherbets, and wine glasses. Worth twice our gy
low price. Each Piece........................................................................ ..........
GOLDEN IRIDESCENT GLASSWARE
Sparkling, fine quality glass in un­
usually attractive patterns. Choice
of: 6% In. table butter dish, 4% in.
tee box butter dish, 6% in. crimped
bowl, 4 In. cream pitcher, 6%
in. and 7*4 in. round deep
bowls. Each ........................ ......
9^
iANCY CHINA WARE
WATER SETS
Jug and six glasses.
While they last.
$ 1 .6 9
CREPE SHELF PAPER
10 inch wide, 10 ft. long. White and
tinted soft crepe paper with
fancy colored border..................
9~
LUNCH BOXES
Bright, colored metal. Hinged cov­
er, ventilated box, drop
handles ...........................................
9^*
HOT PLATE PADS
Three sizes: 6 and 7 1-2 In. round,
6x9 In. oval. Washable fabrlkold
face, green flannel back.
xv
Choice, each ........................... • ....* /£
COLORED FLOUR SIFTER
Floral decorated, light semi-porce­
lain. 6 In. plate, oatmeal dish,,
sauce dish. Each...............
Full size, holds 3 to 4 cups of flour.
Side kindle, rotary style. Finished
outside In bright colors.
xv
Choice Red. Yellow. Green, Blue
ENAMEL PERCOLATORS
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$1.19
12 In. long, nickel plated steel dou­
ble dashers Wood handle "and wood
knob arc both enameled In white.
Regular fOc value.
xv
Only 1 to Customer ...................
9c
CAST IRON CORN EREAD PANS
79 Cents
GIASS NEST EGGS
3 for 9c
HANGING BASKETS
99 Cents
9C
DOUBLE DASHER EGG BEATER
i/C
DINNER PLATE
9 In. size plain white semi-porcelain.
Matches the soup plate.
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Pig size— big value! ....................
9^
COLORED GLASSES
vzC
19c
11 3-8 In. round. Beautiful designs
lithographed in colors.
Take your
pick— 25c values. Choice
xv
Each ..............................................
9C
STAINLESS PAEING KNIVES
The 3 Inch keen cutting blade al­
ways stays bright as new. Wood han­
dles enameled In bright colors, xv
Choice, each................................
9C
COMBINATION SETS
Lemon or orange juicer and a xv
measuring pitcher ...............
. 49C
SILVERWARE
Wm. Rogers & Son dessert
spoons. Set.....................
a
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x xv
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Silverware dessert spoons. £><-) ftfl
Set ...................................... $¿«99
COMMUNITY
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Rose tinted thin glass. Spiral o-
tlc pattern. Water tumblers and iced
tea glasses.
Each ........ .................................
FRUIT JUICE EXTRACT OR
Heavy glass.
Each-..................
TIN BREAD PAN
9x5 1-4x2 14 inches. Reenforced top,
rounded corners.
xv
Each ............. '................................
JxC
Individual Butter Spr'der An nn
Set........................................ $ ¿ .9 9
1847 ROGER BROS ~
ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF
MANY OF THE ITEMS. COME EAR­
LY AND MAKE, YOUR SELECT­
IONS W HILE THE STOCK IS COM­
PLETE.
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$¿.¿9
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$ 4 .0 9
BLACK SCREEN PAINT
5% ounce can quick drying paint.
Specially prepared and mixed thin—
ready for use. Take advantage c>{ this
low sale price.
Can .. .............. .............................
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MIXING BOWLS
Plain glass In—
Sets of five................................ (
^9c
$ 1 .0 9
TIN BISCUIT PAN
10x6x2 inches.
rounded
corners
4 ounce. Footed.
Each i . . . . . . ...................... ........................... . . . . . .
30 FOOT C0THESLINE
White braided cotton covered with
strong jute center. Reduced q
during this sale to.......................
9C
3 for—
THERMOS JUGS
One gallon capacity,
Each.
WASTE BASKETS
Assorted, colors.
Each...,....,...,..............................
9c
LARGE COFFEE CUP
White, hard, glazed, seml-oreelaln.
A popular style for every day
9c
A $1.00 MERCHANDISE CfTO.TLF-
CATE WILL BE GIVEN FREE WITH
THE FIRST TEN CASH PURCHAS­
ES OF $ 1 .0 0 OR OVER ON SATUR­
DAY MORNING.
9 OUNCE TUMBLER
9c
NOVELTY WHISKEY GLASS
79c
EXTRA SPECIAL— TOKENABA
FLOWER VASES, BOWLS AN
JARDLNERS .............
69c
12 Inch octagon bar of high grade
tool steel. Goose neck with claw
and chisel points. A handy tool
for opening crates and boxes..
9c
Reinforced too, and
9c
$ 2 .1 9
HANDY PRY BAR
MIXING BOWLS
Pink or green glass.
Sets of five..
9C
SHERBET GLASS-
Silverware tea spoons. 50 A n
year guarantee. Set........
Silverware table spoons.
Set ............................. ......
f
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9 C
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METAL TRAYS
Sparkling Iridescent and transpar­
ent green glass. The beauty of the
strawberry and cherry patterns Is
further enhanced by the dignified
leaf etched effect.
prism border...............................
B
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EXTRA S P E C IA L - EARTHEN
WARE TEAPOTS
9C
GRATER-AND-SLICER
Combination fine and coarse grat­
er and vegetable slicer and cutter.
7 1-2 inches high. Use all
four sides........ ..............................
9c
Each—
9c
PICTURE CORD
Rayon covered wire with tassel and
rosette covered molding nail
hook, Choice of colors.
CI- á SJ
QC
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ENAMELED WARE
Gay mottled enamel with blue
edges. Choice of: 2 qt and 1 % qt.
sauce pans, 2 qt. and 1 qt. pudding
pans, 2 qt. mixing bowls, 10 U In
Wash Basin. Each ...........
“9c
STAINLESS TABLEWARE
Chromium plated knife and fork—
can’t rust, stain or tarnish. Knife
has popular irench style han­
dle. Each piece......
9c
1847 ROGER BROS.
Dessert Spoons.
Set.................
$ 2 .4 9
CHOICE ASSORTMENT
Florentine glass Cream and Sugar,
Brassware, Colored Vases, Baskets,
Trays and many other Novelty Arti­
cles suitable for bridge or 500 prizes.
YOUR
CHOICE ......... ..........................
79c
OREGON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO.
LOCAL A
PERSONAL
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Oeeanme**« of Inw rw l Ulwanorf Horo
and There About the City and
Neighborhood
Dean Rodgers was In Heppner to­
day on business.
Mr. and Mia. A. A. Little were
visitors in Pendleton Saturday.
George Wagner of the Hermiston
Transfer comany made a trip recent­
ly to Golldendale with a truck load
of household goods.
J.
W7Morton, local grocer, i's con
Mrs. C. H. Crandall of La Grande fined to his home this week with an
Margaret Bibs wf < a week
,ls a guest at the home of her daugh­ attack of flu.
guest at the Gi s Lb,der home.
Mrs. J. F. McNaught of Portland Is ter, Mrs. J. M. Prindle.
in Hermiston for an extended visit at
NEW !
F. C. George Echo merchant, was
A party of Hermiston Elks at­ In town on business Tuesday after­
the home of her son, C. S. McNaught.
M en’s and Roy’s 3pring Caps
tended a special meeting of the Elks noon.
75c to $ ¡.00
Ross Newport of Portland, former lodge in Pendleton the first of the
week.
Among
those
driving
up
from
mayor of Hermiston, was back in
C. W. Kellogg, who disposed of his
here were J. F. Bllderback, A. H. garage business in Hermiston last
town on business last Friday.
Norton, Ole Arrson and Earl Baker. winter, is back In town this week
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sllvey and Mrs.
looking after various business inter­
At a meeting of the Hermiston Ir­ ests. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg have been
J, M. Campbell, former Hermiston re-
ddents, were visiting In town Mon­ rigation District last week. E. L. In Yuma. Arizona most of the time
day from their homes In Condon. Mr. Jackson was elected a director of the since leaving Hermiston. MrS. Kel­
Sllvey was looking after business In­ ■»rgrnlxatlon to succeed B. J. Nation logg is now In Portland.
<vho recently resigned.
terests In this community.
Wash., where he was working.
1
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boynton, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith are the
¡»»rents of a baby girl born at St and Mrs. Neil Boynton, Mrs. W. S.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Felthouse left Anthony's hospital In Pendleton on Boynton and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kel­
ley motored to Helix Sunday where
last week for a two week's visit with March 27.
relatives In Oakland, California. They
they spent the day visiting with re­
went via the motor route.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Upham and latives.
laughter. Miss Helen Upham, were
Harold McKten. automobile sales­ (hopping In Pendleton last Satur­
Mr. and Mrs. Vrla Lenhart have
man from Pendleton, was in Hermis­ day.
returned to Hermiston from southern
Oregon where they have been visit­
ton the first of the week.
Mrs. A. F. Hughes of Pocatello. ing for two or three weeks.
E. C. Lucas, auditor with the state Idaho, arrived Monday evening In
W. L. He mm, city treasurer, was
industrial accident commission, was 'lermlston to visit at the home of her
called to Pendleton for Jury service
daughter, Mrs. H. O. McCulley.
in Hermiston Tuesday.
thia week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Pearson left for
Mrs. Pearl Straw, a former Her-
Mrs. Carl Jackman of Dallas, Ore­
Portland Tuesday afternoon by motor. nlston resident, la In town this week
from her home in Portland. She Is gon. was In the Hermiston hospital
1 .ley expert to be gone a tew days.
lilting with friends and looking af- for a minor operation thia week.
Mrs. I. C. Cox has returned from er business interests.
Mr. Markey, manager of the Colum­
FpoXnae where she spent a few days
Dr. H. C. Curry, the Seattle Eye bia Valley Produce Company of Ken­
vlsltlhg her brother. Victor Wigles-
v ortfl who vat there a short lime on sight Specialist who has made pro­ newick, Washington, was In Hermis­
business. Mr. Wlglesworth formerly fessional visits to Hermiston for 20 ton on business Tuegday of thia week.
lived on Butter creek above Pine year« and la known for good optical
Ed. McMillen, floorman of the
( Ity bvt la now located In Calgary, work at reasonable prices, will again
be at the Hotel Hermiston Wednes­ Black and White garage, has returned
Ait».
day. April 17, for one day. Eyes from a few days' visit la Portland.
Mr. end Sira. W. D Gordon have examined and Glasses Fitted.—Adv.
Mrs. F F. Rodgers and son Jackie
rxxlved word that their son Mathew
Cleve Clark was a Hermiston vis­ of Sacramento, Calif., are visiting In
la In the Sacred Hetrt hospital In
Mrs. Rodgers le
Fpokaae suffering from a broken leg. itor In Pendleton Monday of this Hermiston now.
the daughter Pf Mr. and Mrs. Ed
The rccident occurred near Chelan, week.
Bengel.
REDWHITE STORES
NO RTO N’S GROCERY
DO ALL YOUR SHOPPING HERE
To make your food buying easy.
Red & White Chain Store Products
assure uniform high quality.
Red & White Services make shop­
ping doubly easy.
The owner serves— The buyer saves
SpecialsSaturdayMonday
Specials Saturday-Mon.
April 13-15
Del Maiz Coi n. No. 2, Fancy
Yellow .
2 for 373
^O N A R e^
Heinz Oven Baked Beanss...
SERVUS CATSUP
14 os. Bottle ________ ....________
.... 2 for 85c
Rice. Fancy Blue Rose..........
lbs. for 25c
Lemons ...................... 2 dos. 49c
TRY OUR MONARCH GOODS
None Better on the Market.
M urdoch *
April 13-15
A NEW SHIPMENT OF LAD­
IES’ SHOES JUST RECEIVED
Work Shirts. Overall», Cover­
all», and Gloves. Hat», Caps
and Straw Hats.
THOM E 1 7 1
KINGSLEY’S
I S M H T Q N » H O U e i O F Q U A L I T Y * N [ ? » IR V IC T g -
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SERVUS Pure Strawberry Preserves
47 oi. Jars ...... .................
8CHLITZ MALT HOP FLAVOR
3 for --------- __________________
WESSON OIL
Quart cans ..............
Servus Macoroni. Moodies, Spaghetti
S for ..............«...............
23c
LW1
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63c
$1.33
51c
25c
Setiur
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