The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, July 18, 1929, Image 3

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OREGON STATE NEWS
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A D S TA K E t o r s OP ,
WHITE ELEPHANTS OPPU
- PEOPLE'S HAUPS
EVERY OAV
FOR SALS—One mare, heavy single
harness, hack. H. J. Belscamper
4 l-2 tj
FOR SALE— 1925 Ford coupe. Rur
only 4,000 miles. E. P. Illslev.
•
46-2tp
FOR SALE— Ford truck; Dodge
screen; 1924 Ford coupe with rux-
tle; 1924 Ford touring. Hermis­
ton Auto Wrecking House. 46-tfi
FOR SALE— Purebred Holstein bull
calf. High pedigreed stock. Tom
Haddox.
46-tfc
WILL SELL REASONABLE or trade
the following: 4 good work horses
harness, wagon, fresno, plow. I'm
ready to go. W. J. Downer. 45-tfc
FOR SALE— Holstein cows.
Old
Frank Stone ranch on Butter creek
road. Andy Anderegg.
45-tf<
FOR SALE— Adult bed, mattress and
baby buggy. Mrs. J. L. Sears.
w
45-2tj
FOR ALE— 1 Dodge screen; 1 light
Dodge truck; 2 Ford trucks. Auto
parte.- Hermiston Auto Wrecking
House.
42-tfc
Girls’ Hose, 2 pr. 26c— Burk’s
33
MISCELLANEOUS
LOST— Two lambs with Z brand on
shoulden. Suitable reward to finder.
Hermiston Meat Market.
46-ltc
LOST— Brown leather hand bag in
gunnysack, containing ladiee and
children’s wearing apparel.
Re­
turn to Herald for suitable reward.
55-Sttp
33-tfc
SEE THE NEW MELOTTE AT CAR-
ter’s 1 mile N. % E. Columbia
school house. Not the cheapest to
buy, but the cheapest to operate.
920 allowance for your old mach­
ine.
'
32-tfc
Burk’s fbr Bargains.
To Wallowa Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Matott and
Principal Events of the Week family of the Minnehaha district, (taests at Little Home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Solvester and
spent the past week at Wallowa lake
Assembled for Information
Miss
Bunnie McKinney of Blalock
on an outing. Matott reports that
the fishing there is good. He also were visiting at the Frank Little
of Our Readers.
states that the only difference be­ home Wednesday and Thursday.
tween the mosquitoes there and here
The poetofflce department announc­ Is that the ones there have longer
Here From The Dalles.
ed recently that it has leased new bills.
J. E. Wilson, representative of
quarters for the office at Gresham.
Webber's Cleaner of The Dalles, was
in town on business during the mid­
The 34th annual reunion of the
Moving T9 Goldendale.
Yamhill County Pioneer association
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Baker are dle of the week.
was held in the Dayton city park Sat­ moving Saturday to Goldendale, Wash
urday.
ington where Mr. Baker will take En Route To Portland.
C. D. Kelley passed through Her­
Thomas Henry Williams was ap­ over the management of a wheat
pointed justice of the peace of the ranch in that vicinity. He has bden miston Monday night en route to
Pondosa medical springs district in manager of the Union Oil company Portland. Mr. Kelley has been oper­
Union county.
in Hermiston for some time, but has ating a truck on the Pilot Rock-
Louis E. Bean of Eugene, chairman tendered his resignation and plans Ukiah road for some time.
of ths Oregon public service commis­
sion died at Salem recently, following
a long illness.
Flimes swept the Stubblefield lum­
ber mill at Lehman Springs, a sum­
mer resort about 80 miles south of
HERMISTON ,0RE.
'
Pendleton and burned it to the ground
The Ingalls west side barns at Du­
fur were completely destroyed by fire
recently, with a loss of between 31*.-
000 and 916,000, partially covered by
AND NOW A NEW KIND OF ADVENTURE DRAMA
insurance.
The established price of 4 cents a
KEN MAYNARD IN
pound for loganberries was broken at
Salem when Ray Mating of the Wood­
burn cannery offered to take 300 tons
of the product at 5 cents.
A Jersey cow owned by J. H. Hil­
Over dangerous mountains— through raging rivers— riding like
dreth of Scio, Linn county, gave birth
the wind— chasing the phantom terrror that shoots in the night.
to triplets recently. Two of the calves
Up steep cliffs, then deep down into the secret passages of a spooky
wsighed 37 pounds each and the third
mine. Follow the trail with Ken. There’s spine tingling drama
33 pounds. All are well.
every inch of the way!
Royal Anne cherry picking began on
the Clarence Badger farm in the
EAGLE OF THE NIGHT
Billy Dooley Comedy
Grand island district recently. An
Chapter Seven
HAPPY HEELS
average crop seems assured and will
be sold to .the Newberg cannery.
Eleanor Slxemore, 3, died In a Med­
ford hospital from burns received
while she was attempting to light an
oil stove in her parents’ home. Her
FATE TURNS A NEW LEAF IN THE BOOK OF LIFE
dress caught fire from the flames.
Date for the second airport bond
election at Klamath Falls was set for
August 9. The first airport bond
election, held November I, was declar­
ed invalid because of a technicality.
Thrilling action, love interest and comedy, merged into a picture
A 16%-pound rainbow trout, declar­
that is as new as the New Year itself.
ed to be one of the best specimens of
large trout ever caught in Klamath
-ALSO—
county, was hooked from the William­
TARZEN THE MIGHTY
Imperial Comedy
son river by G. R. Wells of Klamath
Chapter Five
Bare
Knees
Falls.
Walter D. Bateman. 38, was killed
at his farm home near Lebanon when
a woodsaw which he was operating at
high speed flew to pieces. The car­
riage struck Bateman, crushing his
head and chest.
Eugene enjoyed Its first buffalo hunt
when a bull bison, “color" for a com­
ing pageant, broke out of Its pen, visit­
ed In the neighborhood and chased a
score of golfers over the municipal
links before it was captured.
A crop census of the delta diked
lands near Scappoose taken by E. E.
Wist, Scappoose banker, shows that a
rr. o. » . Qotroit, phu
oho9po for' f r tig h t on4
total of 4088 acres are now planted
t t U n r y . P m f t n o *4
•poro tin P itri.)
to crop, with an additional 600 acres
being prepared for next year.
Tourists are swarming into Crater
Lake national park at the rate of
more than 1000 automobiles a day, ac­
cording to rangers checking incoming
marhlnes. From Jul]^ 1 to July 6, a
total of 9022 cars were checked.
Oregon Increased Just » V t lmdUhs
amount of income taxes paid the fed­
eral government in the fiscal*year
1929, as compared with 1928, the fig­
ures for the two years being 36,902.-
676 in 1929 and 96,816.291 in 1928.
Kernels of wheat r laced by children
in the gasoline tank of an automobile
resulted in burns being suffered by
NeweU Vantassel of Terrebonne when
an explosion occurred. Vantassel was
attempting to remove the wheat from
the tank through the drain when the
saline came in contact with a hot
exhaust pipe. The explosion scatter­
ed flaming gasoline over Vanassel and
the car was considerably damaged
T H E a rt o f the master designer is evident in the smart
PAY
3-tfc
INSURANCE— Fire. Life, Auto— “In­
sure in sum insurance.” J. M.
Biggs.
Hermiston Second Hand Store. —
F u rn itu re and Hardware, Harneee,
Saddles, Wagons.
11-tfe
Burk’s for Ladies’ Shoes.
33-tfc
FOI RENT— Modern house.
Herald office.
Inquire
25-tfp
READ THE HOME PAPER
TAKEN UP NOTICE
Notice ie hereby given that I have
taken up and have kept for about 3
days at the Fred Lens ranch 5 miles
northeast of Hermiston the following
described animals:
One 2-year-old red and white heif­
er with brand on right hip
One calf about one month old. red
and white.
imals w ill be sold, unless
at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand on
the 3rd day of August. 1929, at the
above described ranch at 19 o’clock
A. M.
Dated at Hermiston this 19th day
oT July. 1939.
Signed: FRED LENZ.
and the Nea
I be
iwift tatting yaclita.
obtain aari) in fe r
C A SH
In Hosnital.
W. J. Downer, old time resident,
ie in the local hospital receiving med­ VINEYARD LODGE NO. 209, L O. O.
F. meets each Monday evening In 0 9 4
ical aid. Mr. Downer became ill
Fellows' hall Visiting members cor­
Wednesday night.
dially Invited.
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
AND
PAY LESS
Gwynn Hughes. N. O.
HERMISTON POST NO. 87
Meets first and third Thura-
Iday. Legion Auxiliary meats
second and fourth Thursday.
! Legion Hall.
PROFESSIONAL CARD«
A. 0.
Hot Dogs
For Beach Parties
JAMES L. SEARS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 738.
Res. Phone 718
Office in First National Rank Bldg.
H E R M IS T O N C A S H M A R K E T
Smokes For
Vacation
The right sort of smokes on your
vacation trip will make that trip
much more enjoyable than if you
forgot to take your favorite along
and have to smoke substitutes. Bet­
ter order a box while you think of it.
HITT’S CONFECTIONERY
HERMISTON
Wednesday-Thursday
TROY
LAUNDRY
PHONE
1 9 -W
K EC K B A R B E R SH O P
N e w Y e a r ’s E v e
U m a tilla
C o . , U.
S . A .H e r m is t o n , O r e g o n
Cattle—Choice steers, 319.69011.69.
Hogs—Prime light. 918.76O12.99.
911011-69.
Catti»—«teere, good, 318.26011.
Hog. - Good end choice, 318J80
13.36.
m c k e n zie . m . d -
W. J. W A B N E B
Attorney-at-Law
Hermiston
i : :
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
I Treat both Acute and Chronic Dia-
eases.
Office across street from Hurly’*
grocery.
Phone 481
Office Itoure, 10 to 12; 1:30 to 9.
Hermiston, Oregon.
HERMISTON BARBER SHOP AND
BEAUTY PARLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Shaar, Prop. Phone 4SI
PRANN FUNERAL SERVICE
Telephone 801 Night or Daay
CHAPEL, FUNERAL COACH AND
SANITARY PREPARATION ROOM
Ambulance Service
Hermiston Avenue
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206 East Coart St.
REMEMBER WE GRIND
ANY AND
Everthing
Electrical
LAWN MOWERS & SCISSORS
g
Phone 139
Pendleton, Ore. ¡g
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K n e er ’s R ep a ir Sh op
W E R E P A IR
SH O E S
U S E D CAR PARTS
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AND
FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS
USE MODERN MAHCINERY AND
THE BEST OF MATERIALS.
Hermiston Auto Wrecking House
WE BUY USED CARS
E. F. PIERSON, Mgr.
YOU ARE ASSURED OF THE
BEST
OF
SERVICE
IN
BOWMAN
Direct Freight Service to
SHOE SHOP
Portland
TRUCK LEAVES FOR PORTLAND AT 5:30 P. M.
[ SHIPMENTS RECEIVED AT HERMISTON
TRANSFER
OFFICE
FOR PORTLAND
Insured Carriers, Express Service
at Freight Rates
o f b rig h t m etal that add a great deal to the attractive­
ness o f the car. Running boards and crown fenders
Cushions are deep and easy.
U p h olstery is rich and durable. N e w ly designed steel
i wheels carry out the impression o f fleetness and
Portland-Pendleton
: quality is evident also on the inside o f the
the mechanical beauty o f the engine, trans-
etc. I n appearance and perform ance, the new
ings you everything you want or need in a m od-
Truck Line
TAKEN UP NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I have
taken up and have kept for about 21
¡days at the L. H. Pearson ranch, 7
i miles east of Hermiston the foilow-
IIng described animals:
Ono Holstein hull between four and
five months old.
Said animal will he sold, unices re-
'•leemed, at poblic auction to this
highest bidder for cash In hand on
the 27th day of July. 1929. at the
above described ranch at 9 o'clock
A. M.
L. H. PEASON
Signed:
4 5-2c
autom obile. C all or telephone fo r demonstration.
Bielman Moton
OUR
SHOP.
radiato r, headlights and door handles— smart touches
E e a j t t g r , 8450
FAsetra, J460
Zndnr Jed sa, 8525
B m A mm Caape, 9525
Caape, 8550
Jpari Caapr, »«A r a m b lt «eat, 8550
F c r d o r S t J t n , 8625
fdW wtsw / . « . * . Oearw«, si«» <6srar far f r r ig h i « ■ * <« t <i rr j .
on 4 »port tiro ee 9 to .)
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FOR YOU
An example of the
fine coachwork o f the
new Ford closed models
are heavy and capable.
s.
■ J. L. VAUGHAN !
3'
NEW FORD COUPE
low lines and graceful contour o f the new F ord, and
emphasized by the beautiful two-tone color harmonies.
Set against these body colors are the full-nickeled
h
Eye- Ear- Nose and Throat
Office: 1-2-3 Inlaud Empire Bldg.
Pendleton. Oregon
DEPENDABLE BUTCHERS
PHONE 411
/ ‘The Phantom City”
THE MARKETS
Portland
Wheat — Big Bend bluestem, hard
white, 31-81%; soft white, western
white, 31.21; hard winter, northern
spring, western red, |1.17%.
Hay-Alfalfa. 3*00*1 per ton; val­
ley timothy, 3*3; eastern Orgeon thn-
othey, 389086; clover, 389; oats, 317;
oats and vetch, 317.
Butterfat—48047c.
Eggs—Ranch, 30 036c.
Cattle—Steers, good, 311-69018 89.
Hogs—Good to choice, 91176012.69.
Lambs—Good to choice, 911018-
Seattle
Wheat—Soft white, western whits,
31.28; hard winter, western red, north­
ern spring, bulk Montana, No. 1, 91-89;
bluesteM. 31-87.
Eggs—Ranch. 22031c.
Butterfat—47c.
R0ENICKE, D. M. D.
associated with
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Building
Phone Connection*
Sundays and Evenings by apeint-
nient.
Saturday and Sunday
FOR SALS OR TRADE— One four-
horse potato digger. S. L. Canon.
46-tfc
Try Burk's For Bargains.
company he operated a wheat ranch
in the Goldendale country,
C O L U M B IA T H E A T E R
JOB SALI
”
For several
HERMISTON TRANSFER
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
O u r prices
o n p r in tin g are n o t
PENDLETON-UMATILLA TRUCK LINE, FRED SCHEER. PICKS
UP AND DELIVERS FREIGHT TOR PENDLETON, EHCO, STAN­
FIELD AND UMATILLA AT THIS OFFICE.
HERMISTON. OREGON
PH O NE 31
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