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    THE HERMISTON HERALD. HERMISTON, OREGON
+
Serali
Thursday at Hermis-
County. Oregon, by
p and Alfred Quiring,
and is taken care of by a clerical
staff.
By this methor there is no pos­
sibility that the federal government
is making an effort to eradicate the
small dairyman. Many reports of
herds having an enrollment of 50
cows shAw no reactors, while others
have shown a large percentage of
reactors, and again one of two cow
herds will show one reactor. In Ore­
gon the herd enrolling 50 cows is
not considered a small dairy.
All appraisals of reactors made in
this territory have been reasonably
satisfactory to the owner. The gov­
ernment expects the appraisal to
equal more than the meat value in
the animal plus the $20 indemnity.
Undoubtedly it is a blow to a
lairyman to find a large percentage
f his herd reactors, but the policy
of testing at regular intervals should
be established.
Four young men baptized last
Sunday evening. Come and be a
part of an organization that stands
for New Testament truth, instead of
denominational
opinions.
Jesus
prayed for unity. Come and help us
’practice It.
Thursday night of this week, the
Epworth League young people will
begin a special class on Race Rela-
tions.
This class will meet one
night each week for a number of
weeks. The meeting this week is to
be at the parsonage.
. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1985
LIFE OF A LEGISLATOR
By Clinton P. Haight
Editor, Blue Mountain Eagle
Canyon City, Ore.
This Bank
STATE HOUSE, Salem. Ore.—Let’s
PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH
Second Class Matter
Those who attended Mid-Winter chatter. These spring days make us
Lawson
H.
Flora,
Pastor.
Institute
at
Arlington
last
week
end
1906, Umatilla County,
twitter like a bird.
We wish to announce that the were; Ermal Sater, Everette Rain-
Spring. Glorious spring. There
TAKES AN ACTIVE INTEREST IN
water, Glen Pierson, Mr. Hardy, is only one crop that is harvested
Pilgrim Holiness church has moved Omega Sater, Rebecca Pierson, Mir-
THE WHOLE BUSINESS LIFE OF
Ratea:
the springtime—the law crop.
from the Columbia school house to lam Swarner and Faith Wilson, in
$1.00
And what a crop! The legislature
EASTERN OREGON.
their new location just north of the These young folks reported on the has adopted about fifteen state
.75
Osborn
apartments on Second street. Institute at church service Sunday codes. These codes may have as
.50
4 >
night.
many as 250 regulations, and each
All are Invited to meet with us.
Every commercial activity, and almost every public or private fi­
regulation has the effect of a law.
Sunday
school
at
9:45.
Preaching
at
MEMBEP
nancial transaction requires one or more banking services.
Beginning Monday night of next They include every human activity.
'1:00 A. M., and 7:45 P. M.
week and continuing for at least a And then we took on the NRA
We teach and preach the old time week and longer if interest merits (state court enforcement) with its
ON
It, Rev. . W. A. Briggs will conduct 500 codes, with a potential 250 laws
lethodist doctrine.
The deposit of money, cashing of checks and bills of exchange to
special meetings at the church in each, making a modest 137,500 regu­
finance trade, payment of bills, remittances of funds, accumulation
Echo. Helping him will be Rev. lations, covering everything from a
FULL GOSPEL MISSION.
of savings . . . are all indispensi ble activities by which you carry
Joseph Pope
1
of Heppner.
corn doctor to a lead nickle in an
Grace Trumbull, Pastor.
forward your financial affairs.
unlawful
slot
machine.
And
two
Our Problem.
Co-operative Management
weeks yet to go.
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M.
A timely move is now on for the
Must Be Good.
bills, bills! At home we get
Preaching Services 11:00 A. M.
construction of a high school build­
t BOARDMAN NEWS 1 our Bills,
bills on the first of each month.
The efficient handling of these transactions is a part of our every
Evening service at 7:30.
ing and gymnasium for Hermiston.
At the legislature we get them every
(From Industrial News Review)
By RACHEL J. BARLOW
day
banking business and gives this bank an essential part iu the
It is timely not alone because of the
Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:80
There is much more to the job of
Mrs. John Pruter was hostess at a day In the month, with more than
preeent crowded conditions of our
business life of this community.
'.
M.
Everybody
welcome.
four
hundred
now
in
the
House
lovely dinner Sunday afternoon in
school building, but because of the administering an agricultural coop-
rative than is generally realized.
honor of Mr. Pruter’s seventieth alone. There will be 56 bills com-
possibilities of obtaining federal
Any
worth-while
cooperative
pro-
birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ing up Monday for final passage,
funds from the PWA in its 1935
gram, for example, must include CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES
J. H. Bryson of Ione, Hugh Taylor We suggest that we vote for them,
program.
of Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Bever- ten at a time, and then, flip heads
66C PIRIT” was the subject of the
It is true that the present crowded such complicated factors as adaption
lin, Violet, Emogene and Helen of and tails to determine whether we
conditions in the school cannot be of production to market require­
0
Lesson-Sermon
in
all
Church-
of Hermiston
Condon, and Mr. and Mrs. George vote yes or no for each block of ten
allowed to continue and at the same ments; reduction of production costs es of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday,
Our working principle. Contrary
that farmers may increase profits
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $50,000
Blayden and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
time maintain a high standard in so
of
course.
In
law
the
defendant
is
February 10.
Moore of Boardman.
educational efficiency. Then there is even when the selling prices of their
presumed to be innocent until he is
The Golden Text was, “Where
F. B. SWAYZE. President
R ALEXANDER. Vice-Presiden
Mrs. Ruth Martin and children proven guilty. In the legislature we
the need to look into the future with products remain stationary; stan­
dardization
of
products
and
hand
­
the
Spirit
of
the
Lord
is,
there
is
A. H. NORTON, Cashier
D M. DEETER, Asst. Cashier
have
moved
from
the
Ervin
ranch
the construction of the Umatilla
ticing
law
on
you
and
be
sure
that
into a house in town where they its papa iS not a foster father. Be
rapids dam tn the offing, which will ling methods in the interest of ad- liberty” (II Cor. 3:17).
Among the citations which com­
will live.
Increase the enrollment by bringing vancing routine efficiency and out-
sure that some lawyer is not prac­
lawing waste; regulation of the dis- prised the L. -son-Sermon was the
In outside families.
Miss Mary Harney, Miss Lovedy ticing law on you an dbe sure that
tribution methods.
Burkholder, Miss Clara Ruff and it is not conceived in greed, born of
Supt. R. H. McAtee expressed the
Equally important is another and following from the Bible: "The
Theron Anderson spent the week end selfishness and nurtured in decep­ Court of the State of Oregon, in and said estate are required to present
belief this week that PWA money less-known work that is essential to manifestation of the Spirit is
in
Portland.
will be available for such a project, cooperative progress.
tion and even then net many mis­ for the County of Umatilla, under the same to me at the office of W. J.
thousand given to every man to profit
the seal thereof, and to me directed Warner, my attorney, in Hermiston,
although the program for 1935 has and one national and international withal” (I Cor. 12:7).
Dale Cox, who is visiting here takes will be made by voting no.
not been definitely announced. In Problems affect the farmer. Ques-
A Fight. The House can be sc and delivered upon a judgment and Oregon, with proper vouchers, with­
ith his grandparents, spent several
The Lesson-Sermon also includ­
auch event the government will tions of tariffs, of monetary stan- ed the following correlative pas­
ays in Condon last week at the dull that it is stupid with the read­ decree rendered and entered in said
want to know what the district dards, of foreign trade, agreements.
ing clerk drolling along with the Court on the 7th day of January, in six months from the date hereof.
Truman
Messinger home.
needs are and plans should be well of embargoes and quota restrictions sages from the Christian Science
Dated this 24th day of January,
monotony of the first and second 1935, in favor of E. E. McPherson
In
addition
to
the
regular
high
­
under way to aid In presentation of —all come home to roost on the textbook, "Science and Health
way crew Noel Klitz, Joe Byram, reading of bills, All is quiet, peace- and against Leona Moser and Al­ 1935.
a constructive plan.
.ratton Hoffman, Marvin Ransier, ful and happy, Fish. Somebody bert Moser, her husband, as defen-
farm doorstep. Cooperative execu- with Key to the Scriptures", by
URL RICHARDS, Executor.
This is a problem for every resi­ tives must have a wealth of know- Mary Baker Eddy: "In Christian
3. C. Russell and T. E. Hunt were said "Fish” and a dozen men were dants, whereby said plaintiff, E. E.
dent in the district to consider. It ledge at their finger-tips—and their Science, Spirit, as a proper noun,
(Jan. 24—Feb. 21)
mpioyed last week helping to build off their feet ready to go over the McPherson did recover a personal
is our problem, one that looks into training must have fitted them for is the name of the Supreme Be­
ip the shoulder on the highway top. These fighting interests fish decree and judgment against the
the future for training of boys and Intelligently dealing with a multi­ ing. It means quantity and qual­
with a long line, and a little, inno­ defendants. Leona Moser and Albert
near Irrigon.
girls who will be the citizens of to- tude of diverse issues. Again, they ity, and applies exclusively to God.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. W. Kruse were cent bill can be a dynamite factory. Moser, her husband, for the sum of
morrow.
hosts at a dance given in their new Fish. The fight is whether the fish 81450.00 with Interest thereon at
must be able to present facts and The modifying derivatives of the
shall be put into a basket or into a the rate of 5 per cent per annum
tome last Friday evening.
information concerning trends to word spirit refer only to quality,
Mrs. T. J. Krauss of 623
But If from September 3, 1933 until paid,
Mrs. Clara Beamer of Heppner tin can. Sounds innocent.
No Fraudulent intent.
their members, who look to them not to God. Man is spiritual.”
N. Helena St, Spokane.
Wash., said: “I lacked
vas a business visitor in Boardman you mention "Fish” in these histo- the further sum of 8150.00 attor­
for
guidance
and
leadership-
—
gui
­
strength. I would get awful
Many dairymen have wondered
. . . "A knowledge of the Science
Monday. She is chairman of the rie halls you ought to have a wire ney’s fees and the sum of 817.50
headaches too, and felt very
why they should test their herds for dance and leadership which grows of being develops the latent abil-
mask on like a catcher in a baseball costs and disbursements, and where­
•ounty relief committee.
miserable. Dr. Pierce s Gold­
in
importance
during
periods
of
eco
­
Bang's disease now, while the fed­
by it was decreed that the mort­
en Medical Discovery com­
ities and po sibilities of man. it
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Knight and son team.
pletely built me up so that I
eral program is being carried on and nomic stress.
The kids
Now we are on a sub­ gage the 3rd day of September,
returned to their home at Sunnyside,
extends the atmosphere of
The
calibre
of
the
executives
of
felt just wonderful.” Sold
indemnities are being paid tor all re­
Monday, after a visit here with the ect that we will fight for— the kids. 193 2 executed by Leona Moser and
by all druggists.
the
great
farm
co-ops
is
fully
com
­
thought,
giving
mortals
access
to
actors. The indemnity may be the
Tish don’t interest us but if anyone Albert Moser, her husband, to said
Charles Nickerson family.
New size, tablets 50 cts.,
It
first consideration. The second rea­ parable to that of any business in­ broader and higher realms.
plaintiff
upon
the
following
de
­
liquid
$1.00.
Large
size, tabs, or liquid, $1.35.
ays
anything
about
our
kids
they
Mr.
and
Mrs.
E.
W.
Peck
and
son is due to the fact that It may be­ stitution. The success the co-ops raises the thinker into his native
scribed
real
property
in
Umatilla
Write
to
Dr.
Pierce
’s Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y.,
>111
have
to
take
our
measurement
daughters
left
Friday
on
a
motot
have
won
in
the
face
of
adversity
is
for
free
medical
advice.
air
of
insight
and
perspicacity"
come compulsory within the state of
or a wooden overcoat. We are County, Oregon, to-wit:
trip to California.
directly
traceable
to
that
fact.
Oregon It pending legislation now
(pp. 93. 128).
The Southeast Quarter of the
roud of them. A fine lot cf young-
Charles Barlow and Judge Camp-
being shoved through the hoppers at
Northeast Quarter; the Northeast
The local meetings are held at bell of Pendleton were Boardman iters—clean cut. alert, courageous Quarter of the Southeast Quarter;
•*****+*****999
Salem becomes a law.
Mr. Barlow has and making very creditable appear-
11:00 A. M. every Sunday in the visitors Monday.
The government is attempting to *
CHURCH NOTES
been appointed as County Clerk t< anees upon the floor—they are ail and those portions of the Northwest
give the farmer a chance to clear
American Legion hall.
inder 30. Millard Rodman, 24, of Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
fill the vacancy left by the resigna
his herd of Bang's disease and make
Crook is our baby; Rosco Krier of and of the Northeast Quarter of the
tion of Gay Anderson.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
this territory an abortion free area,
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Miss Vera Lubbes and Louis Busi Wasco is 25; William Knight. Doug- Southwest Quarter lying easterly of
Sunday school at 10:00 A. M.
while at the same time ottering an
W.
A.
Briggs,
Pastor.
were
Married Sunday, February 10 las, is 25; Lyle Thomas of Polk, 25; the right of way of the O. W. R. & N.
Church
services
at
11:00
A
M.
indemnity for all reactors slaught­
by
Rev.
W. O. Miler at Umatilla Walter Norblad of Clatsop, 27; Wil- Railroad; all in Section 15, Town­
Morning
worship
at
10:00.
Since
E.
W.
Hillis
of
Forest
Grove
will
de-
ered within 30 days after such re­
They
left
after the ceremony for liam Dickson of Multnomah 28; ship 4 N. R. 28 E.W.M., and con­
this
is
world
temperance
Sunday,
the
liver
the
sermon.
port is returned.
I n winter , hordes of germs abound
and taining 102 acres, more or less, in
Portland where they spent severa’ Walter Früher, Marion, 30:
pastor
will
speak
on
the
theme,
“
The
Preaching
service
at
7:45
P.
M.
The question of the sincerity of
in crowded places. If your resis­
days. Mr. and Mrs. Bush will make Harry Boivin of Klamath. 30. Ore- Umatilla County, Oregon, which
Benefits
of
Repeal
”
.
tance is low, you become an easy
the program has arisen, and the pos­
Sunday School at 11:00. Mrs. E. their home on the Olive Attebury Ton, to you we dedicate these youth­ mortgage was recorded in Book 95,
prey. To protect yourself against
sibility of an unfair deal being
UNION C’IURCH NOTES.
Page 246 of the Records of Mortga­
ranch. The newlyweds were char! ful solons.
E.
Rainwater,
acting
superinten
­
dangerous winter ailments, your
shown the farmer. The method of
C. R. Moore, Minister.
Children.
That
reminds
us.
They
I
varied
at
the
Lubbes
home
late
Mon
­
dent.
ges in the office of the County Re­
body requires plenty of vitamin A.
testing is simple. The federal veter-
Preaching and communion at ii
enjoy the legislature; it reminds corder of Umatilla County, Oregon,
Science says that this vitamin is
Epworth League at 6:45. Even­ day evening.
inarlan takes a blood sample from A. M. "What Jesus Did Not Do."
them of their debating societies. should be foreclosed and the said
John
Healy
was
taken
to
Yakima
the greatest enemy of “colds” and
each cow in the herd over six months
Evening theme. "Continuation of ing service at 7:45. As a part of Friday where he underwent an op­ Nearly every day the children from real property sold by the Sheriff of
other respiratory illnesses.
the evening service the pastor will
of age. This sample is placed in a Prophecy.”
some school will visit the legislature Umatilla County, Oregon, to satisfy
eration for appendicitis.
Today, you have a delicious, cer­
small bottle marked only with the
Christian Endeavor meeting at show some pictures on the Lite of
rooting
in
a
body
and
they
feel
like
H.
M.
Sommerer,
Manager
of
the
said judgment and decree and all
tain means of fortifying your sys­
veterinarian's identification letter 6:45 P. M. Subject, “What the Christ.
just like they do when they go to a costs; therefore, I will on Monday,
Farm
Bureau
Co-operative
of
Her
­
tem
with vitamin A in M c K esson ’ s
Boys’ club meets this Saturday af­
and serial number of the cow, which Bible Says About Temptation and
miston, was a Boardman visitor football game. We would like tc the 25th day of February, 1935, at
V itamin C oncentrate T ablets
appears on the ear tag, and mails Sin.” Jas. 1:2-4, 12-18; Mark 7:14- ternoon.
take the lid off some day just tc
of C od L iver O il . These chocolate-
Choir practice on Tuesday night. Monday.
2:00 o’clock in the afternoon of
them, along with blood samples 23.
Mrs. Nelson spent the week end hear them.
coated tablets also bring you vita­
that
day
at
the
front
door
of
the
from cows in other herds, to the
Thursday night Bible study at the
Reading clerk. He is Jim Ver­
in Arlington with Miss Marguerite
min D—which supplements winter
staff by which these tests have been church from 7:45 to 8:45.
non. He reads for hours. And then County Court House in the City of
Father and Son banquet at the Williams.
sunshine — and the body-building
Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon,
made for years, at Oregon State col-
Saturday nicht Voice and Physi- church Thursday night. Feb.
he
has
a
machine
to
spray
hi
Mrs. L. V. Root and Mr. and Mrs.
minerals, calcium and phosphorus.
lege. The record sheets carrying the cal Culture class. This large class This will he under direction of the J. E. Barlow motored to Yakima throat with, for after reading old sell all the right, title, interest and
Each tablet brings you all the vita­
estate which the said defendants,
owners name is mailed separately is growing In numbers and interest. Boy Scouts.
dry
bills
for
an
hour
his
neck
gets
mins
in one teaspoonful of U. S. P. X.
Saturday, where they spent the week
Leona Moser and Albert Moser, her
tired.
At
first
we
thought
that
he
(revised
1934) Cod Liver Oil. Six
• nd. Stanley Mefford returned to his
husband,
and
all
persons
claiming
was out of wind and was pumping
small tablets daily will help pro­
home at Wapato with them.
or
to
claim
by,
through
or
under
tect you against colds, and increase
The Ladies Aid silver tea was held himself up like a spare tire.
your strength and vitality. You’ll
Here are the bad children. Booze, them, or either of them, had on the
last Wednesday at the home of Mrs
3rd
day
of
September,
1932,
or
find them at your druggist’s. A
Chas. Hango. At this meeting a kit beer, wine. speakeasies, hotels, res­ since then have had, or now have,
$1 bottle brings you 100 tablets.
hen shower was given for the new taurants, beer halls, dance halls: al! in and to the above described real
Begin your campaign against cold»
hurch basement. Refreshments were fighting one another with iegisla property, and every part thereof, nt
today with M c K esson ’ s V itamim
served by the hostesses Mrs. Hango. ilon for each wants the money — public auction to the highest bidder
C
oncentrate T ablets .
But
Mrs. Z. J. Gillespie, Mrs. Claud Treed, selfishness, deception,
for cash in hand, the proceeds of
Coats. Mrs. Glenn Hadley and Mrs of course the saloon won't come such sale to be applied In satisfac­
back. They are already here, The
ames Howell. •
tion of said execution and all costs.
A double header basketball game fire will fly when the booze bills
Dated this 24th day of January,
was held in the local gym Fridaj come in. More fire—chain stores, 1935.
HERMISTON DRUG Co.
evening between the Lexington and tax exemptions, tax bills, labor hills
Hermiston, Oregon
R. E. GOAD, Sheriff of Umatilla
ind
election
changes.
But
a
fighi
Poardman town teams, and the grade
County, Oregon.
school teams of each town. Board can start any time on anything.
By
J.
A.
Carney,
Deputy.
Cigarettes. There are only three
man's town team won by a score of
( January 24—February 21)
43-31, and the Lexington grade women members in the House. Anti
30
a
tax
on
cigarettes
would
be
tax-
school
team was victorious by a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ition without much representation
1 9-6 score.
At a meeting of the city council or the ladies would have to pay
last week an ordinance was passed mich of the tax on cigarettes And In the County Court of the State of
to put a water main up the alley to hen the proposed tax on cigarettes
Oregon for Umatilla County.
SURELAY
Sack & AE
s the entering wedge for the sales
the corner of the church property.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. W. Kruse and ax. It is a start. We are indepen-
In the Matter of the Estate of
“Farm Tested”
Lois have moved into their new lent for we smoke Bull Durham and Thomas Richards, Deceased.
OLYMPIC EGG MASH
house, south of the Broyles home roll our own.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
No major legislation has reached
“Milk”
Sack
They have made their home on the
royles ranch since coming here he House but it will be fast and the undersigned has been appointed
SPECIAL
OIL
EGG
rom Condon. Mr. Broyles, daughter furious for the next two weeks— executor of the last Will and Testa­
Sack
MASH
rma and her husband will move to maybe longer.
ment of Thomas Richards, deceased,
he ranch here from Colfax.
SURECALF 25 lb. sack
and has qualified as the law directs.
A crew of men are at work on the
All persons having claims against
range building this week, tearing
own the partition and remodeling
he rooms. The Farm Bureau feed
tore has a space in the new build-
ng. of which A. R Barlow is the
ew manager. Mr. Barlow plans to
Notice of Sale.
SHORTS - 80 Lbs.
‘I ’RUCKING entered a new era of econ-
nove his grocery store Into the cor-
handling. Even so
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the new Fnrd Fir-
CASH ONLY
er
room
of
the
building
within
a
the
undersigned.
Sheriff of Uma­
— onay when Ford engineers gave you
ward Load Distribution will improve on all
hort time.
Reg.
NOW
tilla County. Oregon, by virtue of ar
the V-8 truck engine, the full-floating rear
MILL RUN • 80 Lbs.
these. In addition, you can now use full-
order duly made and entered by the
Men's
81.39
Waist
O'alls
„
$1.19
High
School
News.
axle and the other truck-built features that
width semi-trailers—and make acute angle
County Court, on the 11th day of
81.39 Men’s Bib Overalls.. $1.19
are today saving money for thousands of
turns.
Saturday night the local basket- February. 1935. will on the 16th
BRAN - 60 Lbs.
81.25 Men’s Bib Overalls.. $1.10
Ford V-8 users.
day of March, 1935. at the hour of
all
teams
met
Arlington
on
the
No other truck in America, regardless of
loor there, Both the Boardman first ten o'clock in the forenoon of said | 82.49 Men’s Work Shoes .. $1.98
For 1935, Ford engineers have added im­
price, offers the combination of features
ind second team lost. The school day. at the front door of the Uma­
MOLASSES FEED 80
83.98 Men’s Work Shoes .. $2.98
provements than enable you to make new
brought to you by the 1935 Ford V-8.
us took a load of rooters to the tilla County. Oregon. Court House In | 81.50 Men's Dress Shirts .. $
.98
demands on your truck—that will further
tame.
Pendleton. Oregon, offer for sale to
Don't fail to test these trucks on your
81.25 Men's Dress Shirts _ $ .98
STEAM ROLLED
Herbert Parsons was a visitor in the highest bidder for cash in hand,
reduce your operating and maintenance*
own job, with your own drivers!... 13112
81.00 Men’s Dress Shirts _ $ .79
subject
to
the
minimum
price
of
|
BARLEY
cost.
and 157-inch wheelbases.
Elsie Wilson and John Healy have Twenty-five Dollars (525.00). the! 81.40 Men’s U. Suits heavy $ .98
BEET
PULP 100 lbs.
Perhsps your tire wear is oksy. Perhsps
-een absent from school for several following described parcel of land,
60c to 75c Men's Dress hose $ .30
AND UP F O B Detroit Easy Terms
and MOLASSES
“*•
heretofore by said Umatilla County. .
your brakes are giving efficient, long serv­
000 Through Universal Credit Co., the
(Wool Sox, 20c)
The
Home
Nursing
class
for
adult
Oregon,
acquired
for
delinquent
.
Y
Authorized
Ford
Finance
Plan
ice. Maybe you have no complaint about
WHEAT
Per Sack
13.95 to 85.00 Men’s Hats 82.98
'location will form at 1:00 p. m. taxes, to-wit:
the way your truck is standing up or
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS
Lot Seven (7) in Block B. First ' $2.49 Men's Hata .....
... $1.98
Wednesday in the school cafeteria.
Addition to the City of Hermis­
81.00
Helmets ..... $ . ............
.39 .
ton. Umatilla County. Oregon.
50c Neck Ties ...
8
25
Dated this the 11th day of Febru-
Leather Gloves and Mittens
REDUCED!
R. E GOAD. Sheriff of Uma-
tilla County, Oregon.
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS
Two-Thirds OFT.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
A BUILDER and TONIC
You'll meet a million
vicious germs today
FORD GAVE YOU THE V-8 TRUCK ENGINE
THEN THE FULL FLOATING REAR AXLE
Sperry Feeds
g 04
—92
Another ADVANCED
TRUCK FEATURE
1.75
1.35
Legal Notices
MONEY RAISING SALE
Dairy Feeds
$1.00
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f 96
* ‘Y
1 AC
$1.25
NE FORD V-8 TRUCKS
More than ever, America's «
Ellis Feed
Store
for
1935
* Tmck Value
at The Hermiston Herald
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I
under and by virtue of a writ of ex­
ecution issued out of the Circuit
BURK’S FOR BARGAINS
PHONE 69W
HERMISTON