The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, November 07, 1929, Image 5

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    THB H3BKM18TO® TTBtÀlJX HERMISTON, O M »O M .
Bov. Ware to Leave
LODGE DIRECTORY
on Main Street in tho City of Her­ and for the investment ot funds aris­
This will be the last Lord's day ser­ miston. Umatilla County. Oregon on ing therefrom, under the name and
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VINEYARD LODGE NO. 888, L O. Q.
vices of the present pastor. After Tuesday, the 12th day of November, style of “STATE LAND BOARD.” is
F. meets each Monday evening In Odd
three years and four months here I 1828 for the purpose of electing one plaintiff, and the said Frank J. Aus­
FellowB' hall. Visiting members cor­
am leaving Hermiston to accept a call director to serve for two yea's and eon and Eva M. Auseon, his wife; J
dially Invited.
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‘from the old historic Baptist church one director to serve for tnree years. A. Campbell and Amelia Campbell, his
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
of Oregon City and the state conven­ ,The pells will be open from 8 o'clock wife; Monroe M. Glaspey and Minta
SILK TIES, NEW HATS, CAPS, NU WAY SUSPENDERS, GAR­
Gwynn Hugh**, N. O.
tion to become district missionary [A. M. until 5 o'clocx P. ,M. of said V. Glaspey, his wife; The National
of Clackamas county. This Is the day.
TERS, WINTER COATS AND SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR. WE CAN
Pig Co., a corporation; H. R. Waldo
HERMISTON POST NO. 37
third time I have served the field. I
Meets first and third Thur»-
and Mrs. H. R. Waldo, his wife; and
W. J. WARNER,
EASILY
FIX
MEN
AND
WOMEN
WITH
WINTER
FOOT
WEAR
FOR SALE— One of three placet. 10 will close my work here with the 9-2to
lay. Legion Auxiliary moot«
Secretary. A. H. York, were defendants, for the
Improved acres on Hermiston ave­ mid-week service Thursday night,
second and fourth Thursday,
sum of 14000, together with interest
WHILE OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE.
nue.
5 acres on the west edge of November 14. I am leaving my work
thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per
ixjgion Hall.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
town. 80 acres Improved In the to testify for what I have tried to do
annum from the 8th day of Febru­
Westland district.
Floyd Laird, [for the community. With a desire In the County Court of the State of ary, 1928, until paid, and for the fur­
Oregon for U m atilla County.
owner.
10-tfc to help all and hinder none, I leave
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ther sum of 8300 as attorneys fees
my work here with the best wishes la the Matter of the Estate
and for plaintiff’s costs and disburse­
TOR SALE— Plano. Price reasonable. [for all.*
of
ments in this suit, taxed at >55.25,
Address Box 31. Boardman, Ore.
A. 0. ROENICKE, D. M. D.
Here is my message for the peo­ William Kennedy, Deceased.
which said decree and Judgment and
F ,
•
8-3tp
associated with
j
Notice is hereby given that the un­ order of sale have been duly docketed
ple: For your children's sake— come
ROMAN APPLES
*
FOR SALE—Cable piano.
Phone
[to church. For your country's sa k e- dersigned has been appolned execu­ and enrolled in the office of the clerk
F. V. PRIME, D. M. D.
78-W.
10-2tfc come to church. For your neigh trix of the last will and testament
of said court, and in and by which
General D entistry
For f William Kennedy, deceased, and said Judgment, decree and order of
1 lb. Can Peanut B utter FREE w ith 3 lb. Can R oytl Club Coffee.
X-Ray and Diagnosis
FOR SALE— Ford truck cheep; 182« bor’s sake— come to church.
tas qualified aa the law directs. All sale it was directed that the herein­
Bank Building
Phone Connection*
Ford touring completely overhaul­ your own sake— come to church.
persons having claims against said after described real property in Uma­
If
we
are
devoted
to
God's
fear,
Sundays and Evenings by *pol*t-
ed;
rebuilt
trailer;
Overland
estate are required to present same tilla County, Oregon, together with
ment.
coupe. We wreck 'em and sell the we shall be delivered from all other
to me at the office of W. J. Warner, the tenements, hereditaments and ap­
fears.
The
public
is
cordially
wel­
85c BOX CRACKERS
parts. Hermiston Auto Wrecking
comed to the services. A. J. Ware, my attorney. In Hermiston, Oregon, purtenances thereto belonging or in
ALFRED W. CHRISTOPHERSON
House, E. F. Pierson, owner.
with proper vouchers, within six anywise appertaining, and also all of
8-tfc Pastor.
Physician and Surgeon
months from the date hereof.
2 POUND BOX PURE COCOA
the estate, right and interest of said
Office
Phone
738.
Res. Phono 711
Dated this 24th day of October, defendants In and to the same, be sold
FOR SALE—-One latest improved
Seventh Day A dventist Church
Office
in
F
irst
N
ational
Bank Bldg.
1929.
phonograph in oak cabinet. Also
On Friday evening of each week at
by the Sheriff of Umatilla County,
SO high class double records, 120 7:30 is the meeting of the Young
MARGARET KENNEDY, Oregon, to satisfy said judgment and
16 POUNDS OF SUGAR
H S. McKENZIE, M. D-
Ekecutrlx. all costs.
selections. All as good as new. People’s Missionary Volunteer society. 8-5to
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Name your own price. For dem­ The subject this week is “Steward­
THEREFORE, I will, on the 23rd
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
onstration, see J. S. West, Hermis­ ship.” The regular mid-week prayer
day of November, 1929, at the hour
Pendleton, Oregon
services are Tuesday night. The ser­
of two o’clock In the afternoon of
ton, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SH E R IF FS SALE
vices for Sabbath, November 9, are
said
day,
at
the
front
door
of
the
U nder execution
FOR SALE— 1 team of black horses, as follows:
W. J. W ARNER
Sabbath school, 10
court house ¡n the City of Pendleton,
-wall matched, six and seven years o’clock with classes in three divis­
Attorney-at-law
Umatilla County, Oregon, sell all the
’ <©H; two McCormick mowers; one ions— kindergarten, young people and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that right, title and Interest which the
Hermiston
i : :
Oregon
sulky rake; two buck rakes; one adults; preaching at 11 o’clock, sub­ by virtue of an execution issued out said defendants Frank J. Auseon and
HERMISTON, OREGON
dane stacker; and other small ject, “Conversion, what does it mean of the Circuit Court of the State of Eva M. Auseon, his wife, or either of
DR. A. E . MARBLE
machinery. Roy Haddox, Hermis­ to be a Christian?” The public Is Oregon for Umatilla County to me them had on the 21st day of Janu­
Chiropractor
ton, Oregon.
10-tfc invited to any and all of these ser­ directed and delivered upon a judg­ ary, 1922, or since then have acquir­
I Treat both Acute and Chronic Dis­
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vices. Dewey Payne, pastor.
ed
or
now
have,
in
and
to
the
follow­
ment and decree and order of sale
FOR SALE— Apples. Delllclous culls,
eases.
endered In said court on the 14th ing described premises situated In
PA Y
CASH
AND
PA Y
L ESS
78 cents. Bring your box. F. M.
Office: Two doors west of postoftice
Umatilla County, State ot Oregon, to-
B aptist Church
day
of
October,
1929,
in
favor
of
I.
L.
Gulwlts.
8-tfc
Phone 481
Regular services will be Sunday, Patterson, as Governor of the State wit:
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Office Hours. 10 to 12; 1:30 to 8.
November 10, at 11 o’clock in the of Oregon, Hal H obs , as Secretary of
The South Half of the Southwest
Hermiston, Oregon.
for SALE OR TRADE— One four- Odd Fellows hall. The public is cor­ State of said State, and Thomas B.
Quarter of Section 2, Township 4
horss potato digger. S. L. Carson. dially invited to attend. J. T. Dow­ Kay, as State Treasurer of said State,
North Range 28, E. W. M.
48-tfc ell, pastor.
composing a board of commissioners together with the tenements, hered­
HERMISTON BARBER SHOP AND
for the sale of State lands of said itaments and appurtenances thereto
BEAUTY PARLOR
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES State, and for the investment of belonging or In any wise appertain­
Mr. and Mrs. Shaar, Prop. P hons 481
miscellaneous
funds arising therefrom, under the ing; and also all of the right, es­
tt'E'verlaatlng Punishment” wee
name and style of “STATE LAND tate, title and interest of said defend­
•*-* the subject of the Lesson-Ser­
PRANN FUNERAL SERVICE
BOARD,” against Frank 3. Auseon ants in and to the same; said lands
mon
In
all
Churches
of
Christ,
I
handle
a
full
line
of
Fresh
and
Cured
Meats
at
Reasonable
Telephone
801 Night or Daay
NOTICE—Strayed to my farm near
and Eva M. Auseon, his wife, J. A. to be sold at public auction to the
Scientist, on Sunday, Nov. 3.
Prices, Retail and Wholesale.
CHAPEL,
FUNERAL
COACH AND
Cold Springs Reservoir— one old
highest
bidder
for
cash
In
hand,
the
Campbell
and
Amelia
Campbell,
his
The Golden Text was, “God shall
SANITARY PREPARATION ROOM
«we, four black faced lambs. One bring every work Into judgment, wife, and The National Pig Company, proceeds of sale to be applied in satis
COME IN AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING THAT HALF HOG
Ambulance Service
lamb has bell around neck. Owner with every secret thing, whether It a corporation, in the suit therein faction of said execution and all costs.
|
OR QUARTER OF BEEF.
Hermiston Avenue
may have same by paying for this
be good, or whether it be evU” pending wherein the said I. L. Patter­
Dated this 15th day of October,
ad. W. A. Mikesell.
10-tfc
(Eccl. 12:14).
I also Buy Livestock and Poultry for Cash.
son, as Governor of the State of Ore­ 1929.
Among the citations which com­ gon, Hal Hoes, as Secretary of State
TOM B. GURDANE,
Hermiston Second Hand Store.—Tree prised the Lesson-Sermon was the
puller and 20 ft. inch cable. Fur­ following from the Bible: “Though of said State, and Thomas B. Kay, as Sheriff of Umatilla County, Oregon.
State Treasurer of said State, com­
niture, hardware and stoves. lOtfc band Join In band, tbs wicked shall
(7-5tc)
not be unpunished: but the seed of posing a board of Commissioners for
SEED POTATOES— Irish Cobblers.
the righteous shall be delivered” the sale of State lands of said State
2
206 East Coart S t
5
N. B. Whitford.
10-ltp
(Prov. 11:11).
The Lesson-Sermon also Included
5
ANY AND
;
V ESTRAY— Light gray, seven-month- the following p a s s a g e f r o m
A. W. TURNBLAD
old police dog.
Please notify the Christian Science textbook,
PHONE 411
Theo. Beletski, Hermiston, or Otto "Science and Health with Key to
Pound, Umatilla.
10-lp
the Scriptures”, by Mary Baker
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FOR TRADE— 540 egg Master In­ Eddy: “Evil Is sometimes a man’*
highest conception of right, until
FOR YOU
8
cubator, for hens. G. G. Smith.
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8-3tp his grasp on good grows stronger.
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s
Then he loess pleasure In wicked­
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LET MB FIGURE with you on your ness, and it becomes hi* torment
■ Phone 139
Pendleton, O n . ■
work. PLASTERING, CEMENT The way to escape the misery of
sin to to cease sinning. There to
WORK. M. M. Shockey, Hermis­
BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES
no other way” (p. 827).
2 Jar* for ............- ......................
ton.
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See Our New Lines
F r id a y a n d S a tu r d a y
$ 1 .0 0
70c
24c
$1.00
BURNHAM’S
G E N E R A L M E R C H A N D ISE
STOP!
W h en In H erm iston Buy Y our
M eat
;
M y M otto: “Q u ality an d S ervice”
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! J. L. V A U G H A N »
HERMISTON MEAT MARKET
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-S P E C IA L S -
SATURDAY
MONDAY
45c
ELECTION NOTICE
FOR RENT — Five room modern
Herm iston Irrigation District..
house furnished. H. E. Hanby.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
8-tfc an election w ill be held within the
INSURANCE— Fire. U fa, Auto— “In­ Hermiston Irrigation District at the
sure In sure Insurance.” I . M. office of W. J. Warner, lecretary.
Bigg*.
39c
CRYSTAL W HITE 8OAP
10 Bars f r ......... ........................................
39c
You scant a shell that srfll do-
liver a kflling pattern at a long
range.
That is just exactly
what Peters High Velocity
23c
and W a y Point#
WILSON’S SWEET PICKLES
70c
R ates from H erm iston to Portland
on local com m od ities:
53c
Eggs, 40c per case, cases re­
turned free-
Coops Chickens, $2 per coop,
coops returned free.
Veal and Hogs, $1.01 per 100
Potatoes 40c per hundred pounds
Honey 40c hundred pounds
you srill be
h ii
Baptist-Christian Chnrch
4
HURLY CASH GROCERY
W e D eliver
P h on e 5 2 1
/Tggs, 3 5 c
CHURCH NOTES
Services at the Bapttat-CbrUtlan
chnrch Sunday, November 18: Bib­
le sehool. Id o'doek. A growing in
te n e t to enjoyed In the work here
Morning worship. 11 o'clock. Topic,
"A Free Ride o s My Hobby Horse.”
Christian Endeavor, 4:38 In the eve­
ning.
Preaching. 7:8».
Theme.
"The Chanenge of the Christ.”
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Come in and get your supply
of these shells.
There are
t u n y other herns hero fat which
carnival Ilfs with Milton Sills as the
Barker, Is one of the films coming
to the Columbia theatre that ha* at
traced much attention when It has
played other part*. It will be here
November IS and Id.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" will play here
at Thankagiviag time.
‘ The Red-
aktn” will also be here later.
♦
1 ROYAL CLUB JELLY POWDER
1 ROYAL CLUB COFFEE
Shell w ill do.
"The Barkw?" a colorful drama of
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E m p tie s , / 0 c
C h ick en s, $ 1 .8 0
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E m p tie s , 2 0 c
A p p le s
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4 0 c p e r 1 0 0 lb*.
G ro c eries -
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5 5 c p e r 1 0 0 lbs.\
Hermiston Transfer, Agts.
Phone 301
It will urprise you how much
we can save you during the year
on your shoe bill. All we ask is
that you bring your shoes to us
for repairing in ample time so we
can do a good Job.
A F ull lu n e Of
SHOE OILS
BOW M AN
SH O E S H O P
LEAVE HERMISTON FOR PORTLAND, 6 P. M.
— For other information see—
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hermiston Creamery Co.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for U m atilla County.
Local Agents—Phone 852
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HUNTERS CAFE
Meals Served, Cooked as at Home
THE MOST FOR THE LEAST
TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
HITTS
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B etw een Portland, P en d leton
HEINZ FRESH CUCUMBER RELISH
AT THE THEATRE
You can't afford to experimen«
with ammunition on a dock
hunt. You want «hells that you
knot. are right becsoso ducks
are a mighty hard test of •
■hell’s ability to deliver results.
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DAILY SERVICE
AUNT temuta HOT CAKE FLOUR
AM MUNITION v m CAW W W Y 1
“W olf Song”
Gary Cooper and Lupe Veles are
the two leading stars In “Wolf Song”
to be played at tbs Columbia theatre
Saturday and Sunday, Nvember 9 and
10. The story Is a romance of the
south with all the picturesque color
and drama of that region.
“Voice of the Storm”
On Wednesday and Thursday of
next week, Karl Dane will be seen
in ’’Vole» of the Storm.” Mr. Dane
will be remembered as one of the
stars In “The Big Parade.”
“Voice of the Storm" Is a melo­
drama of the telephone service, show
Ing the courage and conscientious­
ness of the members of that service
In times of touble and despair.
COLUMBIA GORGE AUTO
FREIGHT LINE
E verthing
E lectrical
Lunch Counter«, Table» and B cotrs
C. W. Jenkins, Prop.
Herminton, Oregon
in the Matter of the Estate
of
T hom as M ackay, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has be'n appointed ad­
ministrator of the estate of Thomas
Mackay, deceased, and hns quali­
fie d as the law directs. All persons
, having claims against said estate are
j required to present the same to me
[at the First National Bank of Her­
miston, Oregon, with proper vouch­
ers, within six monthB from (he dato
hereof.
Dated this 24th day of October,
1929.
;
F. B. SWAYZB.
8-Stc
Administrator.