The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, March 27, 1930, Page 10, Image 10

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THURSDAY, MARCH IT. 1939
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........................... $4.90¡Lot 12, 46 ft. City of Hermiston $4.60 Lot 4. 50 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 1«. 48- ft City of Hermiston ! Lot 1», 45 ft. W. K Goodwin.... $4.50
-------------------------------- $5.00
$4.50 Lot 14, 45 ft. W. J. Warner. $4.50 Lot 5? 50 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 11, 4$ ft. Free Methodist church Lot 15, 45 ft. W. B. Beasley. $4.50
........1.......- .................. $5.00
.................................................. $4.50 Lot 16. 45 ft. W. B Beasley. $4.50 Lot
50 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 12. 46 ft. City* of Hermiston
Lot
60 ft. T. D. Worster... $5.00
BLOCK 6—
....................... .......................... $4.50 Lot J. 84 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 8, 60 ft. T- D. Worster
$5.00
Lot 13, 45 feet, City of Hermiston
Lot 9, 50 ft. T. W. Botkin
$5.00
............................
................$8.40
.................................................. $4.50 Lot 2, 50 ft. City of Hermiston $5.00 Lot 10, 60 ft. T. W. Botkin
the following lots and parcels of land
$5.00
Return* to Corvalli*.
Ixjt 11, 50 ft. City of Hermiston
Clifford Jenkins who has been vis­ in said Irrigation District No. 2. es­ Lot ¿4, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot
3,
50
ft.
City
of
Hermiston
$5.00
„................................................ $4.50
............................................................. 85.00
iting his brother. O. II. Jenkins, re- tablished by said Ordinance No. 96
Lot 4, 50 ft. H. A. Frick........ $5.00 Lot 12, 60 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 16, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
turned to Corvallis Saturday night i a» amended, for the purpose of coll-
Lot
5.
50
ft
.
H.
A.
Frick.......
$5.00
........~................ ....................... $4.50
...........................
$5.00
to resume his studies ut the Oregon ectng a special improvement asse
Lot 16, 45 ft. City of Hermiston $4.60 Lot 6, 50 ft P. F. Ward....... $5.00 Lot 14, 50 ft. W. A- Shawver.. $5.00
Ixjt
15,
50
ft.
W
A.
Shawver..
$5.00
State college.
ment to pay for the cost of water BLOCK 3—
Lot 7, 50 ft . P. F. Ward....... $5.00
Lot 8, 50 ft. J. T. Dowell........ $5.00 Lot 16. 40 ft. City of Hermiston
for irrigation and delivery to the Lot 1, 40 ft. City of Hermiston
.................................................. $4.00
said lots and parcels of land, being
From Eugene, Oregon.
.................................................. $4.00 Lot 9. 60 ft. J. T. Dowell____ $6.00 BLOCK 10—
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorris of Eu all the land within said irrigation Lot 2, 60 ft. City of Hermiston
l» t 10, 50 ft. C. B Lomax.... $5.00
.................................................. $5.00 Lot 11, 50 ft. C. B. Lomax.. . $5.00 Lot 1. 40 ft. D. H. Prindle........ $3.04
gene, were guests at the J. M. Biggs ¡district, and for constructing and
$3.80
Lot
3,
50
ft.
City
of
Hermiston
1-ot 12, 60 ft. G. A. Soule .... $5.00 Lot 2, 50 ft. D. H. Prindle
home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Dorris i maintaining an Irrigation system
Lot 3, 50 ft. D. 11. Prindlle
$3.80
.................................................. $5.00 lx>t 13, 50 ft. City of Hermston
4. 50 ft. D. H. Prindle ... $3.80
was formerly a member of the state | therefore.
Lot 4, 50 ft. City of Hermiston
................................................. $5.00 Lot
........... - ..................................... $5.00 Lot 14, 85.7 ft. Fred C. Stone.. $8.57 IX)t 5. 50 ft. J. M. Biggs.......
Game Commission and now campaign ' The total cost of the construction
Lot 12, 50 ft. City of Hermiston $5.00 Lot 6. 50 ft. J. M. Biggs........ 83.80
manager for Charles Hall of Marsh- and maintenance of the Irrigation Lot 6, 50 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 7, 50 ft. J. M. Higgs........
$5.00 BLOCK 8—
field, who Is a candidate for the
Lot 8. 50 ft. J. M. Biggs........
(Continued on Page Four)
Lot 6. 50 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot
1,
45
ft
W.
B.
Beasley....
>4.50
Republican nomination for governor.
Lot
9, 50 ft. W. J. Warner........ $3.80
(Contlnued From Page Three)
........................... $5.00 Lot 2, 45 ft. W. B. Beasley.... $4.50
Lot 10. 50 ft. W. J. Warner..... 83.8C
Lot
7,
50
ft.
A.
D.
Hill..........
$5.00
system Is $425.16; the contract price Lot 8, 50 ft. A. D. Hill.......... $5.00 Lot 3, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot 11, 50 ft. W. J. Warner
33.80
From Monmouth.
................................................. $4.60 Lot 12, 50 ft. City of Hermiston
to be paid the U. S. Government for Lot 9. 50 ft. Joe Harvey........ $5.00
Alice Dyer who attends normal at
35.00
construction charge is $131.04; the Lot 10. 60 ft Joe Harvey......... $5.00 Lot 4, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
Monmouth, was visiting In Hermis-
$4.50 Lot 12. 60 ft. D. J. Prindle
$5.00
Lot 11, 60 ft. Floyd Knerr........ $5.00 Lot .................................................
. ton over .v
...
t
j
...
u
,
Price
to
be
paid
the
Hermiston
Irri-
5, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
the week-end with her par-
„ ... . , . .
D. J. l’rindle. $5.0C
Lot
13,
50
ft.
Lot
12,
50
ft.
Floyd
Knerr........
$5
00
t
n Dyer.
|P»tlon District for operation and Lot 13, 50 ft. Floyd Knerr........ $5.00
................................................. $4.50
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
C.
Lot 14, 50 ft. D. J. Prindle.. $6.00
maintenance Is $74.10; the total Lot 14, 50 ft. Floyd Knerr........ $5.00 Lot 6, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
$4.50 Lot 16. 60 ft. D. J. Prindle. $5.OC
amount of the assessment in said Lot 15, 50 ft. Floyd Knerr........ $5.00 Lot .................................................
45 ft. B. Hanellne....... $4.5t Lot 16, 40 ft. D. J. Prindle. $4.00
Visited at Waterman Home.
Lot 16, 40 ft. Floyd Knerr........$4.00 Lot 7,
District No. 2 is $630.29.
8, 45 ft. B. Haneline.....- »4.5C
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yeager were
Dated at Hermiston, Oregon, Feb
The assessment is now due and BLOCK 4—
Lot 9. 49 ft. A. A. Hail...... 84.90
visitors at the Mrs. Rena Waterman
payable at the office of the City Re­ Lot 3, 50 ft. F. B. Swayze....... $5.00 Lot 10. 45 ft. A. A. Hall...... $4.50
Dated
at Hermiston, Oregon, thie
home over the week-end. Mr*. Rob­
BLOCK 9—
corder,
and
If
not
paid
before
May
1.
20th
day
of March, 1930.
Lot
2,
50
ft.
City
of
Hermiston
ert Yeager, formerly Margaret Water­
$5.00 Lot 1, 40 ft. A. W. Purdy....... $4.00 - ........................- .......... ............. $6.00
man, attends Monmouth Normal 1930 the same shall become delln- Lot 3, 50 ft. Clt yof Hermiston
Lot 2, 50 ft. A. W. Purdy....... $5.00
J. M. BIGGS.
Iquent and shall bear interest at the
while her husband Is employed at i legal rate.
............................................... $5.00 Lot 3, 50 ft. A, W. Purdy....... $5.00
City Recorder
Lot 4, 50 ft. C. J. Hahn........ $5.00
Walla Walla, Washington.
The amount of the assessment ap­ Lot 5, 50 ft. C. J. Hahn....... $5 00
portioned and assessed against the Lot 6, 50 ft. C. J. Hahn....... $5.00
Has Measles.
Lot 7,. 50 ft. City of Hermiston $5.00
John >iggs Jr. is out of school tak­ particular lots and parcels of land in Lot 8, 5o ft. City of Hermiston $5.00
ing a vacation in bed as he has a said district is as follows;
NEWPORT’S ADDITION TO CITY Lot 9, 50 ft. City of Hermiston $5.00
slight case of the measles. Mr. and
— Complete Line of Sporting Goods—
OF
HERMISTON ACCORDING TO Lot 10, 50 ft. City of Hermiston $5.00.
Mrs. C. A. Paul are nursing 4 cases
Lot 11, 50 ft. City of Hermiston $5.00
PLAT
FILED
WITH
THE
RECORD­
of measles. All patients are reported
ER OF UMATILLLA
COUNTY, Lot 12, 50 ft. Etta Elliott.... $5.00
to be improving.
Lot 13, 60 ft. Etta Elliott. .. $5.00
MARCH 21, 1905.
IxJt 14, 60 ft. A. Soneson........ $5.00
NAME
Amount Lot 15, 50 ft. City of Hermiston
In Auto Accident.
........................ :..................... $5.00
C. Huffman who was injured in an BLOCK 1—
Lot 16, 40 ft. City of Hermiston
Lot
1,
84
ft.
Geo.
Bancroft....
$8.40
auto accident at Umatilla Friday
.................... - ................ ....... $4.00
2, 50 ft. Geo. Bancroft.... $5.00
night Is getting along as well as Lot
Lot 3. 50 ft. Geo. Bancroft-.. $5.00 BLOCK 5—
could be expected. He is confined ' ot 4, 50 ft. Geo. Bancroft. .. $5.Of Lot 1, 45 ft. A. A Little........ $4.50
at the Health Center in Hermiston. I^ot 5. 50 ft. Geo. Bancroft ... $5.00 Lot 2, 45 ft. A. A Little........ $4.60
HERMISTON
Lot 6, 50 ft City of Hermiston
Lot 3, 45 ft. A. A. Little........ $4.50
Ixjt 7, 50 ft City of Hermiston
..... .......................... ............... $4.50
From Pendleton.
$5.00 Lot 4, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
Lenore Dyer who is employed in Ixit ........•••......................................
8, 60 ft. City of Hermiston
...................... ........................... $4.50
the census office ut Pendleton, spent
................................................. $5.00
Lot 6, 45 ft. Anna Strohm......... $4.50
the week-end at her home in this city. Lot 9, 60 ft. City of Hermiston
............................ ..................... $5.00 Lot 6, 45 ft. Anna Strohm........ $4.50 Published in the interest* of the people of Hermiston and vicinity by
Lot 10, 50 ft. G. W. Bailey.
$5.00 Lto 7, 45 ft. Anna Strohm........ $4.50
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER GO. Phone 331.
From Stanfield.
Lot 11, 50 ft. O. W. Bailey.... $5.00 Lot 8, 49 ft. Anna Strohm........ $4.90
Rachel Sloan of Stanfield visited T,ot 12, 50 ft. .
W. Bailey
$5.00 Lot 9, 49 ft. I. E. Putinan....... $4.90
Laura Wallace Saturday.
Lot 13, 50 ft. City of Hermiston Lot 10, 46 ft. I. E. Putman....... $4.50 Voi. 30
Hermiston. Ore., March 27, 1930
No. 13
................................................. $5.00 Lot 11, 46 ft. City of Hermiston
........................ $4.50
Lot 14, 84.4 ft. City of Hermiston
Materials for brooder houses of
Makes Trip to Portland.
EDITORIAL
........................................ ......... $8.48
Miss Stevens, local teacher, made BLOCK
test grades for the purpose.
2—
a trip to Portland over the week-end. Lot 1, 4 5 ft. City of Hermiston
Gaseo Briquetttes for the stoves.
When we sell a home we sell not
........... $4.60
merely shelter, but that which adds
Lot 2, 45 ft. City of Hermiston
Mesana, Georgia, has eight dwell­
to the sunt total of happiness. Are
Plan Trip to L°ngview„
........... $4.50
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Little are plan- Lot 3, 45 ft. city
you getting out of life all that is ings und seven churches. They seem
of Hermiston
nig a trip to Longview, Washington
to need another church. Then on the
rightfully yours?
...... .... $4.50
Friday.
Ix>t 4. 45 ft. City of Hermiston
other hand, the Soviets closed 92
R.
A.
Brownson,
Editor.
Have you any Real Estate
.......... $4.55
churches in one Russian city-—aim-
Spends Week-end.
City
Lot
5,
45 ft.
to List? I am prepared
of Hermiston
Mrs. C. C. Durfey spent tho week
most as bad as the automobiles do in
Our
research
department
after
years
.......... $4.50
to handle your property.
end in Pendleton visiting.
Lot 6, 45 ft. Freo Methodist church
of searching have found that the the summer.
............................. $4.50
original blindfold test to have been
Lot 7, 4 5 ft. City of Hermiston
Next week you can buy a 2x4 12
R . C. T O D D
Have Shower.
that trick of walking the plank. Af­
............................ $4.50
feet
long for 20 cents, shingles for
The Rebekah lodge gave Mrs. A.
ter more searching they founj that
Lot 8, 49 ft. City of Hermiston
B. Shannon a shower of miscellan­
Hermiston, Ore a Tum-A-Lum 2x12 was the official $1.85 per thousand. Other materials
........................... $4.90 Plane 4- J
at the same low price. In 1920 the
eous household articles last Thursday Lot 9, 4 9 ft. City of Hermiston
plank for all tests.
same 2x4 would have cost 40 cents.
afternoon ut the home of Mrs. Floyd
Knesr. The Shannon home burned a
Boy (on phone): ’’Hello, darling,
TROT LAUNDRY
PH O N E 1 9 -J
A repalr-a-month club.
Never
few weeks ago.
would you like to have dinner with heard of such a thing have you
me tonlghtT”
Well they hi.ve book* per month. So
Pendleton Visitor*.
Girl: “Why, I’d love to dear.”
why not make a needed repair each
Mrs. O. O. Felthouae accompanied
Bov; "Then tell your mother I’ll month around the place and in
by Mrs. W. W. FelthoiiBe. made a trip
be
over
about
seven.’
LATEST BOBBING
SHAVING
short while It would all be done and
to Pendleton Monday.
you will never notice the trouble.
H. K. Dean is building a brooder
Registered at Hotel.
house at the Experimental Farm.
C. R. Keck is making some Im
H. H. Brown, A. A. Dlsque. both
provements at his barber Bhop this
of Portland, J. H. Williams. Milrose,
week.
CHICKEh HEMS
R. H. Rumberg, Walla Walla, O. E.
Minnenkanm, Hpokane, Mr. Jackson
and George S. Hartman of Seattle, C.
C. Linder, Boise and II. E. Cosby of
Agent» for B-H Paint» and Varnish«»
Corvallis.
IMTodemize
Y o u r
K IT C H E N
Witfi. a
SPARK
/id-'tof) Gas Stove !
SPO R T IN G G O O D S
Y o u r kitchen m ay n o w b e thoroughly m odern ,
co m fo rta b le and eco n o m ical w ith this in com par­
ab ly efficient gas sto v e. A ll S park L id-top G as
S to v e s a re e sp e cia lly adapted to th e m o st efficient
u se o f
Fishing Tackle, Ammunition, Guns
Cigars, Candies, Sandwiches
fl AM o
HITT’S CONFECTIONERY
C om pressed, n atu ral gas, w h ich is d eliv e re d to
y o u r h om e, — a n y w h ere — in co n v en ie n t tanks.
H e r e is a k itchen-h eater m od el w ith the fam ous
Spark L id-top that m ak es p o ssib le up to 50 p er
ce n t fuel saving. It has the sm ooth finish that is
k e p t clea n as ea sily as a table top and that in su res
clea n burners, clea n pots and pans— and sp o tless
k itchen w a lk and ceilin g . H e r e is an ad ded 50
p er cen t renerve o f top cook in g su rfa ce in the
Spark ex c lu siv e , p aten ted a u x ilia ry gas b u rn er
w h ich n u ts the full length o f the k itch en -h eater
fire-box. Under the lid -top —an ad vantage fo u n d
on n o oth er stove.
T U M -A -L U M TICKLER
T h e Spark “E v e n -h ea t” o v en is fam ou s f o r its
p rin cip le of fresh a ir ven tilation and ev e n h eat
d istrib u tion , assu rin g p erfect baking. It accom -
m od ates the largest fam ily s iz e roaster.
O n d isp la y fat o u r show room s a re m any oth er
m o d els in s iz e s an d at p rices to su it ev e ry req u ire­
m en t. / f a y o f t h e s t m ill b e g l a d l y d e m o n s t r a t e d .
Sales :: Exchange
Insurance
A lt Spark Lid-top Gas S tow s caa ba faraiskod
Otitk Ik a H 'ilcolator automatic o w a koal coatrol.
1 1 1 M
O regon H ard­
K ECK B A R B E R S H O P
w a re &
Im p lem en t Co.
RETOWHITE STORES
From Walla W illa.
NORTON’S GROCERY
Iva Dunne who attends business
college in Walla Walla, wus vlaltln;;
in Hermiston over the week end
Bunday evening Walter Nation, Ins
Lenhart and Robert McReynolds
took Iva back to Walla Walla. They
returnee the same evening.
COMMUNITY BUILDERS
This store and each Red & While
Store Is an Independent unit, owned
by a citizen of this community he
serves (a neighbor of yours). Group
buying arcompllshm the savings from
which you bcnoflt. Quality always
the highest.
M”tor to Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. () O. Lelthouse mot
ored to Walla Walla Saturday.
From Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Windle Burk from
Burns, Oregon, visited at the Lee
Savely home Sunday. Mrs. Burk, for­
merly Allene Wlsenor, is Mrs. Save­
ly’s sister.
Pendleton Visitors.
Mrs. E. L. JackRon and daughter
Grace, accompanied hy Vdma Col­
pitis, of Htanflrld. mudu n trip to I
Pendleton Saturday.
Sh°ps in Pendleton.
27c
DAY AND NIGHT LAYER CAKE
49c
2 No. 2 C ant.... ........
Froeted two layer ............... ..
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
Chaaes Dirt—Two f o r .............
OYSTERS
Nodes 1» hereby given that. In ac
eordanee with Ordinance No. 96. a
amended by Ordinance No. 126, o’
the City of ilrmlston, the City Coun­
cil of said City has, by ordinance
No. 133 entitled “An Ordinance levy­
ing an aaseeement upon the land In
City Irrigation District No. 2 for the
year 19S0v” passed by the Council
and approved by the Mayor op March
I
Sf
RESTFUL
is th e hom e
.¡»where B-H Color Harmony*
S e le c to r s
have been
at w o r k ...
C o lo r s th a t h e lp c r e a te a
restful atm osphere are easy
to obtain w h en Bass-H ueter
C olor H arm ony Finishes are yosnr paints, and B-H C olor Har­
m ony Selectors your guides.
«>
Mar. 29-31
Mrs. O. T. Lockridge m»de a trip >
to Pendleton Monday to shop.
CITY IRRIGATION WATER ASSESS
MENT FOR YEAR 1930
District No. 2
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Specials Saturday-Mon.
RED KIDNEY BEANS
2 For ...
CORN, FANCY PACK
3 No. 2 Cans ............
»-C
The Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
But d o n ’t w a it till you’re ready to paint. Let us sh ow you these
practical Selectors n o w . Y o u w ill be surprised to see h o w they
autom atically ch o o se lo v e ly co lo r com binations for exteriors,
andfor interior w a lls,w o o d ­
w o rk and furniture.
15c
>^»5
COMPLETE PROTECTION
1— Life.
3—Permanent Total
2— —Old Age Income.
Disability.
1
SPECIALS
JO H N
10 BARS OF WHITE WONDER SOAP ....... ................................. 39c
10 POUNDS OF DRY ONIONS .............
OTTER OVAL SARDINES ..............................
GRAPE FRUIT. 126 SIZE
NICE CRISP LETTUCE .........
1 HEAD« FHO
.
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SEE OUR NEW SHOES FOR LADIES, BOTH FOR DRESS AND
SPORT.
WZ CARRY THE BUTTERICK PATTERNS
DONT FO R G ETTBCr CLAYPOOL IS AT THIS STORE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY WITH HER FINE LINZ OF LADIES’ READY-
TO-WEAR. CCJEt IN.
63c
RED&WHITE STORES
H A D D O Z , Agent
For Fri. and Sat., March 28-29
-
CHAIN
*
The new Sitmntyr Quarterlies are now in. Every home should
have one. This 18 alas a geod time to renew your mbacription to
the Dillneator— 1* month* $1.00.
,
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35c
Ci Sercur Ì)
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