The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, February 27, 1930, Page 5, Image 5

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    THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IT. IMO
mlnfUraXor of the estate of Mart
Paul Walsh made successive trips her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Griffin, deceased, and has qualified
to Hermiston Wednesday, Thursday Kendler.
as the law directs. All persons hav­
and Friday to have dental work
Mrs. D. C. Mahoney spent the
ing claims against said estate are done.
week-end in Portland.
required to present the same to me
Mrs. Rosenkrans of Colfax, is vis­
at the office of W. J. Warner, my at­
Mrs. E. McNabb, Maxine and
iting with her daughter, Mrs. R. L
torney, In Hermiston, Oregon, with Skeen.
Blanche
Pike motored to La Grande
VOI BAIS
proper vouchers, within six months
Saturday.
Mr.
Bramer
spent
Monday
>f
last
from the date hereof.
K
pota-
Mrs. Duff Knight is visiting her
week In Portland. He left Tuetdiy
FOR BALE— Netted Gem
Dated this 20th day of February
A.
Fer-I
night for the east where he will parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Powell.
toes, |2 .2 6 per sack. C.
1930.
visit his mother.
26-2tc
gueon, Stanfield.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Springer mot­
________________________
F. L. JEWETT,
ored to Pendleton Tuesday of last
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Earl
Bensel
of
Her
PIANO to be sold at Hermiston. Beau-1 35-5te
Adminlstator.
miston visited at Mrs. Bens^'s par week.
tlfu l bungalow size like new. Big
William Young spent the week­
ents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Connell,
saving. W ill accept phonograph
ADDITIONAL LOCAIS
end in Portland.
Sunday.
part payment. Balance terms to
Wm. Swltzler motored to Pendle­
Louie Kendall of Portland was a
suit. Address Factory Warehouse,
ton Saturday.
435 Washington, at Portland.
Those who played golf Sunday Umatilla visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Calvin Horsely and Mrs.
24-2tc I were: Fred Gibson, Ted West, Herb-
Mrs. Dryden and daughter Juan­
Gertrude Benson of Plymouth were
ert Headwall, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ita spent Saturday In Portland.
FOR SALE—One four wheeler trail-1 Barker_ John Haddox, Dr. Morgan,
Louise Jackson of The Dalles was Umatilla visitors Sunday.
er: one stock trailer. A few good | Mr patterson J e w n gm |th <nd a Umatilla visitor Saturday.
Mrs. A. G. Foord left Sunday
used ears for sale cheap. Used Ruth Bensel.
Valolce Bramer, Jim Byrnes and night for a visit in Portland.
parts for all cars. Hermiston Auto
Ray Woodward ware Hermiston vis­
Wrecking House.
E. F. Pierson,
itors Saturday.
CARD OF THANES
. . . . ’ Makes Trip to Pendleton.
owner.
Steve Hortsch spent Saturday in
L. C. Dyer and his daughter Len-
Portland.
ore made a trip to Pendleton la»
We wish to thank our many friends
Burk’s For Bargains.
Dwight Mahoney sprained his an­ for their kindness and sympathy
Thursday.
kle Friday night in the Pilot Rock during the illness and death of our
Baby I
Haley’s Electric Hatchery,
game.
chicks, custom hatched. Most all I To Pendleton.
wife and mother.
Velma Buntln spent Saturday in
standard breeds. We’ll treat you
Mrs. Dave Mlttlesdorf, Mrs. George
W. D. Gordon.
Arlington.
right. Used incubators for sale. I Harkenrider and Mrs. Curtis Sim
M. E. Gordon.
Agnes Kendler who Is attending
H. J. Gordon.
Freewater, Oregon, Phone 65F14, mons made a trip toPendleton Thurs
Northwestern school of commerce in
Freewater.
25-9tp day.
F. J. Gordon.
Spokane spent the week-end with
G. C. Gordon.
FOR SALE— 10 acres on Columbia
highway, between main Irrigation I*™“
Leathers, who used to reside
ditch and ctty. Price 11250.00*
here, is in Hermiston with his wife
IS THE TIME to ret
Lillian F. Hubbs, Trustee, Silver-.
““
. visiting and seeing about business
ton, Oregon.
25 -tfc|. .
your Lawn Mowers in
interests.
shape
for Soring. We
miscellaneous
WANTED— To rent place on project From Umatilla.
have the time now and
suitable for dairying. John Pax-
Mrs- A- E- McFarland was a Her
can assure yon a first-
ton, Irrigon. Oregon.
22-2tp | ml»ton visitor Wednesday.
WANT AOS
NOW
Burk’s For Bargains.
Burk’s For Bargains.
Hermiston Second Hand Store.— Tree
puller, also 260 ft. in. cable. Fur
niture, hardware and stoves. lOtfc
I To Pendleton.
John Haddox made a business trip
to Pendleton Wednesday......... .... ..
UMATILLA ITEMS
clan Job.
to oat.
Oar price i> $2.00.
to 1*.
»
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In the Metter of the Estate
Gladys Thompson, who has been
of
working la Seattle. visited her par­
Mart Griffin, Deceased.
Notioe Is hereby given that the ents. Mr. sad Mrs. B, Q. Thompeoa.
u»d»f»tf#»d has bo«B appointed ad over (fie wees end.
LODGE DIRECTOR Y
d ially Invited.
"
Thursday, March 6
PENDLETON
Office:
Reserved Seats on Sale
1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendleton, Oregon
Sunday, March 2
Rivoli Theatre.
S P O R T IN G
W. J. W A R N ER
Attorney-at-Law
Hermiston
»::
Oregon
DR. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
G O O DS
—Complete Line of Sporting Goods—
Cigars, C andies, S an d w ich es
I Treat both Acute and Chronic D is­
eases.
Office: Two doors west of postoffice
Phone 481
Office Hours, 10 to 12; 1:30 to I.
Hermiston, Oregon.
HERMISTON BARBER SHOP AND
BEAUTY PARLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Shaar, Prop. Phone 481
PRANN FUNERAL SERVICE
HERMISTON
Tsleplione 801 Night or Daay
CHAPEL, FUNERAL COACH AND
SANITARY PREPARATION ROOM
Ambulance Service
Hermiston Avenue
R ead th e A d v ertisem en ts—It P ays
2 J. L. V A U G H A N -
H erm iston
A ud itoriu m
28
i
208 East Court St.
J
S
ANY AND
S
E verthing
E lectrical
;
■
FOR YOU
5 Phone
C onner’s Eagles O rch estra
Aemission
$1.00
139
Pendleton, Ora. ■
N O T IC E
WHY PAY MORE!
Blue Front
BURNHAM’S
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
121 MAIN ST.
S p ecial For S atu rd ay
POT ROAST BEEF
SHOULDER PORK ROASTS
PICNIC HAMS .......................
SIRLOIN STEAK .................
LARD, NO. 8s .......................
LARD, NO. 4s ........................
I BUY LIVE STOCK.
SPECIAL!!
I
23c
23c
23c
.... 33t
• $1.45
75c
COME IN AND SEE ME BEFORE YOU
SELL.
My Motto:
Musical Concert
Q U A L I T Y and S E R V I C E ’’
A t Hermiston Auditorium
HERMISTON MEAT MARKET
MARCH 1,1930
A. W. TURNBLAD
PHONE 411
It will urprise you how much
we can save you during the year
on your shoe bill. A,1 we ask is
that you bring your shoes to us
for repairing In ample time so we
can do a good Job.
A Full Line* Of”
SHOE OILS
BOW M AN
SH O E SH O P
8:00 P M
WALLA WALLA COLLEGE VIOLIN TRIO
P e n d le to n
S e r v ic e f o r
PROF. JOHN HICKMAN
W e ll known artist heads the trio
with
H e r m is to n
P e o p le
Mabel Smith and Keylor Noland
Mrs. John Hickman, Pianist
The T rio w ill be Assisted by
Lorene Ridout, Reader
and
Boardman Noland, Saxaphonist
and Reader
Each one appearing in this program is an artist
by actual demonstration. This is one of the best
programs Hermiston has ever been privileged to
hear. It is worth all your efforts to attend.
» C e n ts
,
ADMISSION
25 Cents
ening and nourishing, it is tasteful
too.
In addition we carry a full line of
the finest cakes and pies, baked on
the premises, everything prepared
with the purest ingredients an<1 made
to represent the utmost in deliciors-
ness and food value.
H erm isto n B a k e r y
2
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Burk's for Bargains.
Men*s Fancy Dress Shirts
$1.15 to $5.00 each
HERMISTON, OREGON
Res. Phone 713
h s. M c K e n z i e , m . d -
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
SIMPLICITY DRESS PATTERNS, 15 CENTS
SPECIAL!!
Office Phone 73S.
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
3 NICE SOLID HEADS LETTUCE
PHONE 341
ALFRED W. CHRISTOPHERSON
Physician and Surgeon
R IV O LI T H E A T R E
F R ID A Y , F E B R U A R Y
22 PKGS. CITRUS POWDER
W. L. MORGAN, D. M. D.
now associated with
Dr. F. V. PRIME
General Dentistry
O N E N IG H T O N L Y
DANCE
1 POUND TIN HIGH GRADE COFFEE
Meets first and third Thurs­
day. Legion Auxiliary meet«
i
second and fourth Thursday.
Legion Hall.
,
, .
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Bank Building
Phone Conneetloss
Sundays and Evenings by apeint-
ment.
CASH PRICES
3 POUNDS COFFEE .........
HERMISTON POST NO. 37
Presented by
Pendleton Lodge No. 288, B. P. 0. E.
Where Your Dollars
Have More “Cents”
16 POUNDS SUGAR .................
—
1——. —_ _
6 GALLONS COAL OIL ... .
B ax ter H utchison, N. G.
(Wth a Cast of 60 People)
H IT T ’S C O N FEC TIO N E R Y
F rid a y & S a tu rd a y
j Vf. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
The Elks’
Minstrels
Fishing T ack le, A m m u n itio n , Guns
KNEER’S REPAIR SHOP
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 201, I O. ft
F. meets each Monday evening in Odd
' Fellows' ball. Visiting member* cor­
A M ight o f M errim ent and Fun
Don't w»it until the rrass is ready
Burk’s for Bargains.
(By Verna Byrnes)
FOR SALE— Electric waffle iron,
Miss Mabie Jenkins of Los Angeles
good aa new and cost 112.50; pric­
is visiting her father, M. Jenkins,
ed at >5.00 for quick sale. H. E.
here.
Hanby.
23-tfc
Mss Clara Corrigan resumed her
duties at the Umatilla high school
Burk’s For Bargains.
Wednesday morning after a short
10 ACRES of old alfalfa land forjmness.
sale or will rent if planted to I Mrs. Mabel Pine, Vancouver, Wn.,
artichokes. I* M. Baker, Man- is visiting Gus Frazolas.
Mrs. Pine
xanlta, Oregon.
26-3tp and Mr. Franzolas spent Wednes­
d a y and Thursday of last week in
Order Baby Chicks from J. S. Weit. Ptendleton.
Hermiston.
26-4tp
A1 Kennedy of The Dalles
spent
the latter part of the week in
We have Money to Loan on Dairy
Cattle, Beef Cattle and Sheep. Umatilla. Friday wtae spent in Spo­
Twin City Creamery Company, kane with his mother who is ill.
2<-tfc IMrs- Mabie Lash accompanied him
Kennewick, Washington.
o Spokane. M r. Kennedy return-
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE|ed to The Dalles Saturday evening.
Wednesday the Umatilla high
STATE OP OREGON TOR
school debaters spoke against Mc­
UMATILLA COUNTY
Laughlin high school on the ques­
In the Matter of the Estate of
tion, "Resolved: That the United
Jacob L. Stork, deceased.
Notice of Hearing Upon Final Report States should cease to protect by
Notice is hereby given that the un­ armed force American capital Invest­
dersigned has filed hla final report ed in foreign countries exoept after
as administrator of the above en­ a formal declaration of war." The
titled estate with the clerk of the negative team which la composed of
above entitled court, and that the Agnes Thompson and Dwight Mah­
Judge thereof has designated Mon oney went to Milton where they lost
day the 24th day of February, 1930, 3-0. The affirmative teem consist­
at ten o’clock In the forenoon as the ing of Verna Byrnes and Melvin
time, and the county court room In Jenkins met the McLoughllb team
the county court house at Pendle­ In their own hall and won 3-0.
Thursday morning saw the Uma­
ton, Umatilla County, Oregon, as the
place when and where hearing shall tilla-Plymouth ferry making regular
be had upon Bald final report. All trips across the river after its long
persona Interested are hereby notified vacation during the cold weather.
Among those Umatilla people who
to then an d t here appear and »how
cause. If any they have, why the final have regularly attended the revival
report should not be approved, the meetings in Boardman are: Mr. and
his Alquiet, Mrs. H. C. Bramer, jui ».
administrator discharged and
1. Brownell and Mr. and Mrs. Henr
bonds exonerated.
Dated at Stanfield, Oregon, this J w ards.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McFarland at­
14th day of January, 1930.
tended the Grange meeting in Irri­
ROBERT F. THOMPSON,
Adm inistrator. gon last Wednesday evening.
Wm. Shepherd spent Thursday of
8. A. Lowell,
last week in Portland.
Attorney.
Louise Richard who has been vis­
Pendleton, Oregon
20-5tp
iting her aunt and uncle in Zilla re­
turned to her home here Wednesday
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
night.
DI THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
Mrs. A. O. Foord and Mrs. Harry
STATE OF OREGON FOR UMA­
Gramar were Hermiston viaito
TILLA COUNTY.
nth Thursday and Saturdev
In the Matter of the Estate
Friday night Pilot Rock came to
of
meet our basketball teams on the
William Graham Root, Deceased.
Umatilla floor. Both games were
Notice 1« hereby given that the exceedingly good. The U. H. 8
undersigned has been appointed exe­ girls kept far ahead until the last
cutrix of the lest will and teatament quarter when Pilot Rock began to
of William Graham Root, deceased, play and climbed right np.
The
and ¿as qualified as the law directs. last minute of the game Pilot Rock
All persons having claims against made a basket which tied the game.
■aid estate art required to present The tie was not played off. The
the same to me at the office of W. score stood 29 for both teams.
J. Warner, my attorney, la Hermis­
The boys game was equally excit­
ton, Oregon with proper voucher», ing though very rough. The U. H.
w ithin six months from the
9. hoys won 19 to I t .
Saturday night both Umatilla
Dated thia 6th day of February. teams went to Arlington for the
1939.
flnnJ game of the season. The U.
ADALINE R. P. CARLYLE, A. S. girls again held the highest
23-Ste
Executrix. score throughout the game.
The
at the half was 10 to 1.
At
Burk’s For Bargains.
the end of the game the score was
II to 7. The boys had bad lurk
with their game. Though they play
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Court of the State of ed hard, Arlington played a lltife
la tte
harder and the U. H. 8. hoys
t
UraattUa County.
S'
PAGE FOUR
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
THREE TIMES A WEEK. PHONE
461 AND OUR DRIVER WILL
STOP.
SHAARS BARBER SHOP
Local Agent
D O M ESTIC
LAUNDRY
Pendleton. Oregon