The Hermiston herald. (Hermiston, Or.) 19??-1984, May 01, 1930, Page 7, Image 7

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Business and P rofession al Cards
From Salem.
E. C. Lucas, field representative of
the State Industrial Accident com­
mission of Salem, was in Hermiston
VOX SALE
the past week on business connected
I HAVE 100 8ACKS ..OF NETTED with duties of his office.
Gem seed potatoes, certified last
year aad good (or seed. J. M. Nor­ At Hospital.
ton at Red A White Store, Hermis­
B. J, Nation was operated on at
ton
34-tfc St. Anthony's hospital Saturday.
REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS— We
have the agency for the Remington
Portable, the Ideal graduation gift.
Also two No. 10 and one No. 11
Remington Standard Typewriters,
all in good condition, new ribbons
and ready to go. Priced reason­
able. At the Herald office. 31-tfc
HERMISTON
R in g le ttte B ea u ty Sh op
Left for Baker.
Leo Hurly left Tuesday night for
Baker where he will be employed by
the Union Oil company of that city.
CHURCH NOTES
AT THE HERALD OFFICE— Carbon
paper, typewriter ribbons,, ink pads
and rubber stamps.
Hermiston Second Hand Store.— Tree
puller, also 250 ft. in. cable. Fur
nlture, hardware and stoves. lOtfc
INSURANCE— Fire, Life, Auto— "In
sure In sure insurance." J. M
Biggs.
NOTICE OF HEARING UPON FINAL
REPORT
fat the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Umatilla County.
In the Matter of the Estate
of
Charles B. Sawin, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned administrator of the
estate of Charles B. Sawin. deceased,
has filed his final report with the
dork of the above entitled court and
that the Judge of said Court has
designated Saturday, the 31st day of
May, 1*30, at 2 o’clock In the after­
noon as the time, and the rooms of
the above entitled Court in the
County Court House In Pendleton,
Umatilla County, Oregon as the place
when ana where hearing is to be had
thereon. All persons interested are
hereby notified to then and there ap­
pear and show cause If any they have,
why said report should not be ap­
proved, the administrator discharged,
his bondsmen exonerated and the es­
tate dosed.
Dated this 1st day of May, 1*30.
W. J. WARNER,
3g-5tc
Administrator.
CHAS. HALL
of
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CURRY
Walter Hendricks, Prop.
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a MU eetaMIsb-
of Labor. The
at the departemnt wan
PnMdent Wilson
Ba earned William
M otors
Rancher’s Headquarters
F ixtu res
ELEC TRIC SE R V IC E
COM PANY
Men’s Furnishings
Exclusive agents for
Cutter Shoes
627 Main St.
Phoae *78
Pendleton
WHAT IB ADVERTISING I
Meet Max in
“Advertising is the education of
the public as to what you a n , where
yon a n , and what yon have to offer
in the way of skill, talent or com­
modity. The only man who should
not advertise is the man who has
nothing to offer the world in the
way of commodity or service.”
— Elbert Hubbard.
L. M. L A D O W & CO .
Watchmaker and Jewelry
627 Main Street
Pendleton, Oregon
Upholsterers and Mattress Makers
Novelty and Ruffle^ Curtains
504 Main Street
Phone 529
Pendleton, Oregon
Inc.
F R A N C IS A . W A L M A N
Jew eler*
R a d io R ep airin g
Pendleton, Oregon
Locksmith and Keymaking
125 W. Alta St.
Phone 380
P E N L A N D B R O S.
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U U W S M V T R f a a a a a a a a a j g i f l g ■ nain a
HERMISTON BAKERY
114 W. Alta
Rims and Wheels
TEL. 339
“Service That Satisfies”
Pendleton - Oregon
Vulcanizing • CHs, Oils
Wheatlee, 2 Packages ...............................................................
10 B a n Pels Naptha Soap.....................................................................
Main and Webb
ggc
15c
HOME GROWN VEGETABLES
MKTS OVERALLS, SOCKS, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, ETC.
A Staunch
Supporter o f
A m erican Ideali
LAMES’ SILK HOSE
UNDERWEAR, E T t.
RHONE 341
Pendleton
40 9 E. Court
BURNHAM’S
FOR YOU
Phone 139
5
Pendleton, O n.
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"Good Vision and Eye Comfort"
len ses Ground and Fitted
Office In Sawtelle's Jewelry Store
Phone 37
Pendleton, Ore.
A Good Place to Eat
Special Service to Tourists
Phone 1114
No. 616 So. Main
Prop., C, E. Busby Pendleton
645 Main St.
Tel. 550
BOB SH O P
J ack Allen Supply Co.
AU TO PARTS
SPO RT G OO DS
Phone Four Hundred
Beanty Service« a Specialty
Permanent Waving
Spiral Croqulgnole
PENDLETON. OREGON
WH’TE SEWING MACHINE CO.
Rent - Sell - Repair
All Makes
Second Hand Machines From
»5 to »70
123 W. Alta Pendleton Phone 1018
J e w e ler
BRUNDAGE
Pendleton, Oregon
T W O T R O U S E R S S U IT S
Any case we can treat ia given
our rigid GUARANTEE. If we
fall (which we never do) there
will be no further charge for our
services.
“ Fam ou* T rue”
G le n n ’s Pharm acy
EVERYTHING IN DRUG
$ 3 0 and $35
604 Main St.
Pendleton
M AX BAER
Phone Service
G eneral M erchandise
729 Main St.
HERALD WANT AD3
HOME PAPER
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Dr. J. P. S T E W A R T
B u sb y’« C afeteria
Licensed Naturopathic Phyeiclan
Pendleton, Ore.
E verthing
E lectrical
Men’s Wear Specialist«
Pendleton
Room 1* Bond Bldg.
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HYATT & BRAW N
Magneto Service
SERVICE
(P b M Advertleement,
ANT AND
Florsheim Shoes
H E R B G R EE N
g.
2
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C L O T H IN G
W m . E. C ha*e Co.
O. O. Stephen*, Prop.
D R . R.
808 East Court S t
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B atterie*.
TRY US O UT
737 Main St.
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5 Pounds O nions.......................................................... ......... , ...............
Oregon**
Pendleton
26c
Fancy Cake Box and 6 Pounds Soda Crax ................................... 21.50
2 Cana B. A. M. Baked B ea n s
_ ...................................................... 48c
“ In d u s t r iilix *
! J. L. VAUGHAN!
Pendleton
X -R a y W o rk
Hecolite Plate*
2 Pound Pkg. Cocoa .................................... ............... ............................. 28c
Slogan:
PENDLETON
NEWTON PAINLESS DENTISTS
Dr. H. A. Newton, Mgr.
ExfcndsR welcome to
the people of Hermiston
and invites them to
come in and try some of
our summer specials.
CO M E IN A N D
PAINTING, KALS0M3NING
PAPERING
WALL PAPERS
L. J0UANNAULT, STANFIELD.
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W IL L A R D
We serve the best
lunches and dinners in
Pendleton.
O u r p a s t r i e s and
roasts are cooked by
Mrs. A. A. Kimball and
Mrs. Stephens. The best
cooks in the city.
PRANN FUNERAL SERVICE
Telephone 801 Night or Daay
CHAPEL, FUNERAL COACH AND
SANITARY PREPARATION ROOM
Ambulance Service
Hermiston Avenue
Distributors
— all makes—
Phone 661
The purity of the Ingredients used, plus the expert baking
assures you tke Beet Quality Bakery Foods.
T iry our Cakes, Pies, Cookies, Buns, Rolls and Bread once,
and you’ll always trade here.
HERMISTON RARBER SHOP AND
BEAUTY PARLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Shaar, Prop. Phone 481
F iresto n e an d O ld fie ld
Tire*.
Large and Small Trucks
for Heavy or Long Distance
Hauling
Stephens’
Lunchenette
J)R. A. E. MARBLE
Chiropractor
I Treat both Acute and Chronic Dis­
eases.
Office: Two doors west of postoffice
Phone 481
Office Hours, 10 to 12; 1:30 to 6.
Hermiston, Oregon.
JOHNSON’S TIRE SHOP
T ra n sfer an d
S to r a g e
Let Your Baker Do Your
Baking
W. J. W ARNER
Attorney-at-Law
Hermiston
11:
Oregon
Pendleton
W . M. R A K E S T R A W
S A W T E L L E ’S
H- s. M c K enzie , m . d -
Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat
Office: 1-2-3 Inland Empire Bldg.
Pendieion, Oregon
N E W Y O R K ST O R E
Appliances
Electrioal Contracting
"Anything Electrical”
Golden Sweet Corn, 1 Can ...................................... ...........................
R a n -fo r-G o v m ie r CTub)
L D Felahetm, Maaagur
Portland. Ora.
ALFRED W. CHRISTOPHERSON
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 738.
Rea. Phone 712
Office in First National Bank Bldg.
R adio*
5 Pounds C heese............................................ ....... ....................... , , 50
MAN
HERMISTON POST NO. 37
Meets first and third Thurs­
d a y . Legion Auxiliary meetq
second and fourth Thursday.
1 Legion Hall.
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W. L. MORGAN, D. M. D.
now associated with
Dr. F. V. PRIME
General Dentistry
X-Ray and Diagnosis
Rank Building
Phone Connections
Sundays and Evenings by apeiat-
inent.
Pendleton, Oregon
2 Cane Peaa ........................... ................................................................... 25c
B U S IN E S S
P. O. Box 757
Distributor Laher Springs
1 Lb. Pkg. Affiliated Buyers Coffee .................. ............................... 30«,
Wax Paper, 4 Rolls ................................................................*__
GOVERNOR
Phone 71
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* U n . Hoody Peanut Butter................................................................ 35«,
REPUBLICAN
Pendleton, Ore.
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1 »-ox. Pkg. Peet’e Gr. Soap and 8 Bars Cys. White Soap............ 25c
Notice is hereby given that I have
taken up and have kept for about
four days at my ranch one mile north
of Hermiston the following described
animals:
One brown mare, weight about
17*0; branded on left shoulder.
1 bay mare, .weight about 1400; no
visible brand.
One roam mule, no visible brand.
One dark bay colt, about 2 years
old, no visible brand.
Bald animals *111 be sold, unless
redeemed, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash In hand on
the 17th day of May, 1*30, at the
above described ranch at 10 o'clock
A. M.
Dated at Hermiston on this 30tb
Any of April. 1*3».
Signed
L W. GEER.
817 Main Street
W a lt’s W e ld in g W ork s
Where Your Dollars Have
More Sense
TAKEN UP NOTICE
Jeweler
W K 'R I Ç» M I T Y * ~ 'P P tC E S M EET
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
SENATOR
F R E D H. B R O W N
Free Delivery
to your door.
Services at the Adventist Church
WANTED— Chickens. W ill pay cash Sabbath, May 3, at the usual hours.
or handle on commission.
Toy Sabbath school classes are studying
Young, Hermiston, Oregon. 35-5tp the lives of Christ and Solomon.
Preaching services at 11. The ser­
WILL ACCEPT YOUR PIANO IN mon will be on the "Eraltation of
trade on New Victor Radio Elec- Christ."
trola. Pendleton Music House,
Special baptismal services in the
Pendleton, Oregon.
35-2tc afternoon will be preceded by a short
WANTED— About 15 head of stock sermon by Elder Fred Guderian, the
for pasture. W. A. Mikesell, Cold conference young people’s secretary.
Springs dam.
33-tfc It is expected that at least three can­
didates for baptism will come from
BIG ROADSTER— Suitable for mak Pendleton.
lag truck. Trade for furniture. In­
Sunday evening services are being
quire at Herald office.
33-tfc conducted regularly now and all are
SUNSET MOTOR FREIGHT, INC. cordially invited. Next Sunday eve­
Bonded. Insured. Dally service ning's theme will be "Why Jesus
Pendleton, Portland, Seattle. Leav- Christ was Crucified Instead of
Pendleton 4 P. M. Terminal Her- Barabbas.”
«♦probation after Death" was the
A subject of the Lesson-Sermon
In all Churches of Christ, Scientist,
on Sunday, April 27.
The Golden Text was, "Follow
peace with all men, and holiness.
Without which no man shall see the
Lord" (Heb. 12:14).
Among the citations which com­
prised the Lesson-Sermon was the
following from the Bible: “Teach
me to do thy will; for thou art my
God: thy spirit is good; lead me
into the land of uprightness” (Ps.
143:10).
The Lesson-Sermon also Included
the following passages from the
Christian Science textbook, “Sci­
ence and Health with Key to the
Scriptures”, by Mary Baker Eddy:
“We know that all will be changed
‘in the twinkling of an eye,’ when
the last trump shall sound; but this
last call of wisdom cannot come
till mortals have already yielded
to each lesser call In the growth
of Christian character. . . Unlver>
sal salvation rests on progression
and probation, and Is unattainable
without them” (p. 2*1).
Gifts for All Occasions
S p e c ia liz e in G ood Furni­
ture a t L o w est P ossib le
Price*
MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for live­
stock. We will be in Hermiston
every week. Drop us a card if you
have any stock to sell. Huston 4
Bennett Co. Inc., The Dalles, Ore
gon. Box 327.
31-tfc
VINEYARD LODGE NO. 20*. I O. O.
1 F. meets each Monday evening in Odd
Fellows' hall. Visiting members cor-
i dlaliy invited.
W. R. Longhorn, Secretary.
Baxter Hutchison, N. G.
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ADVENTIST CHURCH
mlton Creamery Co., Phone 852.
and 8wlft A Co., Phone 71. 31-tfc
Phone 524
Pendleton*- - Oregon
WE—
Governor Here.
Governor A. W. Norblad was In
Hermiston Thursday working in the
FOR SALE— Odd lot of Del Monte interest of hts candidacy for re-elec­
Lawn envelopes. While they last, tion as governor of the state of Ore­
box of 25 for 10c. At the Herald gon.
office.
29-tfc
FOR SALE—Baby bed with dropped ♦
sides; also for mattress for same. ♦
17.50. E. L, Jackson, Hermiston ♦
35-tfc
P e n d leto n M usic H ou se
VEIkA M. GREGORY
We specialize in Permanent Wav­
ing— Permanent Waves, *10.00.
Bond Building
Phono 218
Pendlet'O, Oregon.
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