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Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found, For Kent Etc
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FURNITURE , FOR. BALI5-1078-W
or 413 Logan Bt.
FOR RENTSlecplng room with bath
privilege Phono 884 or call 800 W,
""OR BALE Furn!liU 14 room Apt
aouse eu? wiur.
FOR RALE SO head hogs J.
Holaduy, Gibbon, Oregon.
FOR SALE 8 heml of good mules, 10
head of horses olj good stotfk See
murgis gtorle'. :
WANTED Hy November Jt furnlnh.
-ed or unfurnished houo,-C, - h,
Norrts Phone 782-W. . '
MAX WANTS WORK on ranch or per.
manent Job for man and wife
Phono T or call at Charles Co.
FOR BALE 1-8 fSstlc, 1-4 and 1-6
hefting; 1-4 flooring; 8-4, j-8, 4-1
Dd 6-8 com $20.00 thouwind 70S
Aura Bt. '
I'OR BALE 1 fullblood white
thorn pullet Phone S31-J.
OK BALE Rhode Island Red
hens and pullet phone lOFBi'
FOR SALE Good second-hand blcvcla
-pnone 634R orall 618 LHIeth St.
FOR 8ALB All kinds of insurance.
1. H. Estos, 14 Main BU Phone 804
FOR BALE 8-room bungalow In A-l
Condition on food street Phone
FOR SALE 7 room house and three
lota at 111 Bush Bt. Price $3800 In
quire of owner.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST 31x4 Goodyear tin and rim be
tween Pendleton and Athena Find
er return to thl office Reward.
FOR SALE New aecond hand piano.
.. Inquire Mrs. R. o. Oliver, ill Perk
Ins or Phone 114 1-J .
FOR BALE Self ropelled combine
harvester, 1818 model, good shape
terms Sturgls Btorle.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
F-JH SALE We have some exceptlon-
at Juya In lata model cars. Every
one I In A-l 00 per cent condition.
practically all light standard makes.
Terms If desired Umatilla Auto Co,
80S Harden fit. ' '
FOR BALE Two lata model Raos
one t passenger and one Roustabout
first class jnechanleal condition
new tires Umatilla Auto Co., phone
FOR SALE One Dodge touring car
cheap Call 212 K. Bluff St.
FOR HALE Four wsgos boxes, for
. bulk fralp, low piicw J taken soon
B. L. Burroughs, phone (.
FIRST DEMOCRAT RALLY
(Eant Oregonlan Special.)
J'lLOT ROCK, Oct. 88 The ilrst
Democratic Rally to be held here was
In the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday
evening. Several prominent speakers
artdrcseed the audience.
S. A. Newberry, democratic candl-
; date for district attorney, was here
Tuesday In the Interest of the cam
Herbert Boylen Jr., attended the
rally In Pilot Rock Motility night.
Percy Folsom waa transacting bus.
Inans here Tuesday.
. Lonnle Knotls Is reported III with
scarlet fever, . The home la under
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Russell left Tups
day for Pendleton where Mr. Rusnell
wa one of the speakers at the T. M.
C. A. banquet Tuesday evening.
- alias Badura and ' Kiss Pamaroy,
high school teachers, attended the In
stitute In Pendleton last week.
Emery Knotts, formerly of this elty,
Is spending a few days with friends
and relatives here. Mr. Knotts and
hie family now tnaka their home near
Mlsa Velma Royer underwent an
operation at KL Anthony's hospital
Wednesday for removal of tonxlls and
adenoids. She has now recovered suf
ficiently to return to her home here.
Miss Hyacinth Done, who
FOR SALE OR UKASE Sheep ranch
320 acres, well equipped Abun
dance of rang Joining Addr- M. R
Waltor, Qulney, Wash.
FOR SALE Holt 75-JI. P. Caterpil
lar and nine rjttom engine Oliver
gang plow and two organ special gaa
combine. F. A. Dooley, R. Ft P. flo.
1, Athena, Oregon.
FOR SALE Lease fin 1800 acres
wheat land 1000 acres ready for
seeding. .First clans outfit 8 miles
from town, three mil haul Bee Snow
FOR SALE by pwnei at orst Strictly
modern house, well located on north
side, $ room. Tile bath, refrigerator
rooms, hardwood floors, concrete gar
age, eta Address Bos 47, City.
1820 Bulck touring car, all cord
tires, we sold this car new last Febru
ary, big reduction In price.
1(18 little six Bulck, fine mechanical
condition, new top, cord tires, newly
painted. , :
1818 Franklin touring car, has had
good care and is In first class condi
tion, will sell cheap. ,
1818 one-ton Ford truck, used only
short time; price $!00. , , ,
1918 type 67 Cadillac 8, seven pas
senger, as good as new, all cord tires.
$3000. , , . . . j 'a ji
1920 Hudson Speedster, used less
than six months, Trig juvlng In price.
Look thene over at the ' '
. Oregou nlotor Garage '
We are prepared to give very -liberal
erms If desired.
Handy . Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
This Directory Is especially handy for tha out-of-town reader who may want the name and address of responsible business men who r.pre-ot
the following lines. All are reliable, responsible business concerns who atan dready to give you prompt ervlce.
MESSENGER BOY WANTED at Tall
man's Drug Store.
WANT TO RENT furnished Apt by
; Sept. 10th. Phone 0.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetlere. JAME3 B. PEURT, AUonuy at Law,
Phone 324-W. Address (14 Jane.
FOR RENT One front sleeping room
Inquire 120 Lee St., evenings.
WANTED by married man, Job driv
ing truck familiar with city
WANTED 'TO RENT by the Salvation
; Amy, a 4 or 6 room unfurnished
house Phone 1062.
WANTED Work by 17 year old boy
: after school and Saturdays Phope
C8R-W after 4:00 p. m.
WORK WANTED on ranch by ex
. perlenced man and wife Address
John L. Arbogast, Ritter, Oregon:
TEAMS WANTED Lumbat hauling
by day or contract. Bardell Lum
ber St Box Co., Freewater, Oregon.
WB HAVE TWO rood business oppov
tunltles In Pondleton prised right
quick action necessary Snow &
EAT AT WELCOME INN Whole
some home cooking, family style--If
satisfied tell your friends, if not,
tell us 227 Water St. Phone &69-J.
THE OREGON JOURNAL delivered
88 cents a month, Sunday Included
G. W. Hooker, agent. Office, AUce
Shinning Parlor (Al Richardson's
PUce)1 809 M.ln St Phona 821.
WANTED Middle aged lady without
children to cook on stock ranch In
quire Casteel & Stanley, Pilot Rock,
WANTED Carpenter work special
attention paid to Job work city or
country. Phone 80J-W, call 114
RESPONSIBLE PAHTT wants to rent
by Nov", 1st., modern furnished
house or apartment for the wlnter
1 hone 1003 or 791-W evenings.
WANTED AT ONCE A 80 H. P.
J steam or gas engine at Mars quary,
cabbage hill for trial; will pay rent un
i til It proves to suit my work, then buy
same. J. L. Mors, Cabbage Hill.
aPTS. AND ROOMS ALTA APTS.
ironts 814 CoBble.
furnished apart -
FOR RUNT Furnished
room 1814 B. Court
FOR SALS: Lease 1500 acres of um
nierfallow caterpillar, gaa harves
ter, so head of mules and outfit alsc
1600 acres to plow In spring. Located
about 10 miles from Moro Shsyman
county. Ore. Addreaa 11 P. Mauball.
Several used Ford rouatabouts from
$200.00 to $250.00.
Classy Paige roadster good condi
tion, good tires will nell at a sacrifice.
OH BOON JtOTOll GARAGE
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
room Phone 204-M.
FOR RENT Front bed room in
vate home 714 Jane St.
FOR RENT Two room apartment
Bee Mrs. Dunn, 401 Aura bt.
FOR RENT Nlca sleeping rooms.
Board across tha street Phone
tt-M. Slf, Garden.
tiara fh nnt ttwk. raUirnod to Pea- O'UUIO.
H. a-. Custe-i)! made a business trip
tl Pendleton Tuesday.
Gordon Mettle or Uklah was here
Saturday. - '
Odert Fletcher of Pine Grove, spent
Saturday transacting business In Pilot
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rankin of Pull
man, U n., are here. Mr. Rankin Is
enjoying a hunting trip In the moun
tains while his wife visits her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jacques.
The Ladles Bible class of the Pilot
Rock Sunday school met In the church
awsement Thursday afternoon and de
cided trf serve a dinner on election day,
Wov. . The public la Invited to pat
ronise this dinner In the L O. O. F.
ball at noon. , .
K. O. Warner, prominent aheepman,
was In Pilot Hock Sunday.
' Art GUI, who farms "west of Pilot
Rook, waa here Sunday.
Mrs. Julia Shock and daughter
Oretchen will leave noon for Walla
Walla where they will make their
homo In the future.
i The play Rainbow Kimona" which
the Womens Community Club is pre
paring, will be given la ihe high school
Auditorium Nov. 10.
i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clement of Los
Angeles, Calif., are visiting here at
the Marvin Roy home. Mrs. Clement,
formerly Miss Vesta Lynde of Pendle
ton, la Mrs. Roy's sister.
News has been received here that
IDr. and Mrs GlllHand of Pullman,
Wn. were In an automobile accident
cs-m.v Mrs. Gilllnnd was
iwn thrnush the windshield, and
-.n Ahout the face, but the Injuries
... r,n thnucht to be serious. Other
occupants of the oar wera uninjured.
The Gillllands are well known here,
having resided In Pilot Rock several
years. ' . ,
, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen, formerly
Pilot Rock, people, are here from
Portland, t " -
Miss Cora Warner, who teaches the
Pine Grove school, returned from Pen
dleton Saturday. '
Dlllard French, well known cattle
man, waa In Pilot Rock Thursday.
Newt Hoark came up on the train
rndleton Saturday morning.
Victor and Paul Bracher, who were
hunting near the Tom Gibson ranch
I 7 rmrt the wJV back to camp
Frldnv night. A party of searchers
found them early Saturday morning.
..,,, Tweedy of Pendleto
was a .ruest at tho Pilot Rock hotel
'""V8!.1! 'i .riln bringing a dolega
tlon of Portland bualness men arrived
: ui, -rlv Saturday morning.
V'h ; e cordially welcomed by the
cUisrn. here and their few hour, stay
'd" ttracher. a student at
St Josei-h's Academy 1 Pendleton
..!LniV. weekend with her parent.
nT:: ......i- w.hinr came up from
Mix my'"" .
.. a...iav morning.
Memory Oran locn. druggist left
W",T,Iv for a hunting trip In the
. Women's Community Oub met
In the clubroom Wednepday aven
FOR SALE My north aide home, 120
Monroe St., one block from county
library 1 lots,. . housce rents for
$'0.0tt per month one 12 room house
one 7 room housePaved street and
visited icontxete walks. Cull at Bowman's
ROOMS FOR RENT Possibly ar
rangement for cooking 416 Gar
field l'hone 24 8-M.
FOR KENT Full basement suitable
tor storage of fruit or potatoes Cun
ningham Sliaep Co., 224 East Court,
FOR SALE Household furniture In
cluding Reed chairs and table, Vlo
trola. cabinet sewing machine, electric
washer, Circassian bedroom suite,
white Ivory bed, breakfast table and
chairs, rugs etc., wHl be sacrificed tor
immediate sale Call 100$ Rale; St
ROOMS FOR KENT Possibly ar
rangements for cooking 4 IS Gar
field Phun 248-M, mornings and
CLERKS (men, women) over 17, for
.Postal Mail Service. $125.00. month.
Experience unnecessary. For' free
particulars of examinations write J.
Leonard, (former Civil Service Ex
aminer) 949 Equitable Bldg., Wash
ington, D- C.
YOU CANNOT enjoy life unless you
are sure your family will be prop
erly provided for when you die. You
can easily provide for your familie's
future needs by taking a policy with
the leading northwestern company,
New World life Asseta over $3,200,
1 000 Eugene Molitor, Gen. Agent, Pen-
Office over Taylor Hardware Com
RALET A RALET, Attorneys at Law.
Office In American National Bank
FRED H. SC1IMIIT, Attorney al
Law. Boon 24. Smith -Crawford
EVKRY Article Launderoo farfaetly.
There's an agent In your ton,
Coy laundry. 80$ Garden St
MARINELLO SHOP Ail kinds of
beautlv parlor work. Skin and
scalD treatments a specialty Room ,
Association Block, Phona 778-R.
PHILADELPHIA iIAMQND GRIL
BATH2RIES e-ttaranteasy tor 18
moc'ja. W. Ii. cfaase Co $28 E.
Court Telephone 189. Pendleton.
GADWA'S AUTO TOPS. Plata Glai
Backs, Bid Curtains 21 East '
PRKST-O-LITE BATTERIES Beet
by om petit '-e test . Service on all
makes of batteries, guaranteed. Pratt
O-LITR Service Station, 408 B. Court
Weston-Pendleton Auto Stage
4 Leaves Weston for Pendleton'at
7:30 a. m. and 12:48 p. m.
4 Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
8:00 a. m. and 1:00 P. m.
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at
8:20 a. m. and 1:20 p. m.
Leav.es Pendleton (Allen-Knight
Co. 6tor) ,'or Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. m. 4
O. a- McPHERRIN, Prop.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gaa sa
tinet, automobiles and general
blrcksmithlng. Round Up Garws,
Parka A Nebergall, 21g West Webb.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BAN FIELD. Designing.
. Ejigineerine. Constructing;, It years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third St North, Port
DALE ROTH W ELL Optometrist and
Optician. Glasses ground to fit yoor
eyes, American National Bank Build
uig Phone 9
DR. O. E. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bldg. Tele
phones, office 608; Residence 179-W.
DP, XaSNA M'CONNELL Osteopa
thic physician and surgeon. Temple
Bldg. Office phone 847-J, Kee. 884-U,
CHIC FOOD, Scratch food, tonlca.
bone, hell, grit, corn, oats, -relleal
barley. Vmatilta flour t.raJn Vo,
PHONOGKAPH REPAIRING) AU
makes Warren's MuaMS Houae, 81
Main St.. Phone t24. :
PIANOS AND PLAYERS
AUTO ELECTRIC WORK
WE CEP AIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Chase Co.
PENDLETON CYCLE CO. AJax, Re
vere and Savare Urea. 228 J& Court
WALLACE BROS. nsk Tires, cords
or fabric. We do our own adjust
ing. 808-12 Johnson St .
L. EENTLEY A CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire aervce, oils
an accessories Alia an, Garden 6U.
Pilot K-Pcndleton Aeto Mace
Li'We t-unt Rock at 8 a. m.
Leave Pendleton at 10:80 f . m.
Leavee Pilot Rock at 1 . m.
Jeavea Pendleton at 4 p.
... . Prop.
DR. R. C. ELLSWORTH Specializing
in nervous disease and disease of
women. 9 to 11 a. m. 1 to 6:10 p. m.
Evenings 7 to 8. Phone 708, Smith
HIGH GRADE PIANOS of pleasing)
tone quality. Players of Individuality,
Ua the construction that counts. See
piano on display, write or phone Tbej
Bee Hive, 628 Main 6t, Phone 107a,
J. PI Damall, Factory Ben, Kaler a)
Chase Piano Cx i :
Painting and Paper Harming
DRS. TERPENCG Chiropractic and
Sanlpractora, 616 Tu-Stln. IMtiHie 442
CLEANING AND PRESS!
J. W. JACKSON Wafl pavper foe sale
cheap, palnt'ng, paper hanging and)
kalaominlng by day or
Phone 1034 l CajTla St. ' j
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture JTram
lng. L. J. McAtce, the PreeUeei
Paint Man.' Lowe Bros, Paints. ,
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer
Call at Stunts A Storie's Implement
Co., for sale dates.
7 MEN WITH YEARS of experience
Motor Inn Garage, "2 Cottonwood
Ward A. lioaghtnd. Prop.
FOR RENT Two room apartment,
suitable for man and wife or two
men no children on this floor 777
GVRTSON & MARTY Gates Half THE "PIONEER" AUO MAK Satis-
aolea. C000 miles buaranteed 1-2) faction guaranteed. We repair any
cost of new tires. 637 Cottonwood St make. Glen Long, 832 Cotlflnvroqd.
RESPONSIBLE PARTY wants to rent
by Nov. 1st., modern furnished
house or anartmcnt for tha winter
Phone 1003 or 791-W evenings.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 6 room
house with large pantry, sleeping
porch and bath room, large garage,
new chicken house and park, cement
1 1. a 1 1 n . n .AAI liyt.
tlon-Wlll take part payment and give Wtl7JinpMn " UaCr
GIRLS WANTED French Restaurant
terms on remainder Address "87" this
FOR SALE Five room house with
bath, pantry, sleeping porch, store
building now occupied y West End
Grocery, also garage 30 by (0 feet, ce
ment floor and large pit, occupied by
Mallery and K rouse all for the price
of an ordinary home Phona 81S or
SI Reets, 1814 W. Webb St.
FOR SALE 10 acre tract on highway
near Athena, Ore. 8 acres alfalfa.
S7 fruit trees, everflowing artesian
well, 8 roomed modern furnished bun
galow, tenant house, good barn, 7 neaa
stock, Implements, 20 tons hay, etc
Six good lots In Athena, close in, go
with plaoe. Laura Counter, Athena,
WANTED Woman cook for ranch
no family to cook for Apply 124
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS DANNY PICKED SOMETHING UP AT THE MOVIE. 8Y ALLMAN
Nice bilngalow and 125 feet of
ground on 4tood street, two large green
houses -attached. ' House and one let
U worth what I ask for the entire
GEO. W. ELDER
818 Main St.
Rea. Tione 97i-W Phone 93
New 8-room bungalow, north side.
4 -room bungalow, north side.
Good 8-room residence, Long St. Lot
100 by J00. ' "i.
flood 8-room residence, Liewis si.
nod 5-room .modern residence.
Call for a list of houses. I nave ai
otft any kind of a home you can think
GEO. W. ELDKIt
818 Main St
n. nhnne,972-W Phone 893
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
The East OregonUn oaflce.
WANTED Ironing to do, either by
hour or day Phone 761-W.
WANTED Experienced woman for
general house 'work Phone 88.
SIMPSON TIRE SERVICE CO. Re
public and. Firestone tires, cords or
fabric 223 E. Court St- Phone til.
PENDLETON RUBDSR SUPPLY
CO Barney Oldfielfl, Goodrich Sll
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania, Vacu
um C ip 805 E. Court.
A. M. BOYDF-N Stand at Hennlngs
Cigar store. Country trips Phone 8.
W. G. FISHER Stand RU7 A Kemp,
C E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs
Cigar Store Phone 1075.
PHONE 276-M I. c. Snyder for
hlmney sweep will eend you a
MATERNITY and eonvalescent hos
pital Mrs. FraiL 114 E. Bluff St,
PERKINS & AM3CONS, Automobile
Kt-palring. . Ford, Chevrelet, iStude
baker or any make of car. Service
at any time. ftiO Cottonwood, 1'1-oue
GEORGE W. COUTTa, Attorney at
Law, Roots 17, Schmidt block.
CARTER ft SMYTH E. Attorneys at
Law. Offices in rear of American
National Bank building;.
FEE A FEB, Attorneys at Law. Of
fices in Pespatn Building.
R. L KEATOR, Attorney at Law,
Room 24. 8iMlth-OafTrd Building.
S. A. LOWj3L Attorney ind Counsel
lor at Law. Office In Despnln Bldg.
8. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law.
aODEL TAILORS & CLEANERS- aat
PreHsing and "f,a1' "f f04 W' I radiator, repaired. Work (WMteed.
I ebb bt Phone 321, Pendleton. Ore. Ba8berg, Prop. .
CALL PEN LAND Bros., lnuwfor van
to move your household goods. We
ib-o p,ck or store goods. We do coun
tn hauling. TelcplMHW 838.
DR. FLOYD CROUP
American Bank Bldg.
' Pendleton. Or.
DR. H. M. HANAVAN Dentistry.
Room V, Temple Bldg, Phone 772.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
OPTICAL Dept., any else, style or
ehffpe glas whUo you watt P. N.
Rcbcr, M. D, 7, 8, 8. Belts Bldg.
TUB QUELLE. A goon place to-esut.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
WE BUY, SELL or exchange house
hold goods. We also do general fur.
niture repair work Phone &22, Riley
& Kemp, 113 Main St ;
THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE
Masmge and Steam Bath
Elect cal cabinet hath, medical tub
bath, electricity, V-Ray, vibrator, etc.
at The Swedish Institute. If you suf
fer from rheumatism, stomach trou
bles, nervous, run-down, paralysis.
adiposis (reducing of weight) come
and see us. G. W. Brown, M. G. D.
Graduated in Sweden. Expert Lady
Assistant Over Taylor Hardware
Store, Main St. 743. Phone 1079-W.
SNOW DAYTON, 117 E. Court St
Real Estate. Fire Insurance. Farm
Loess. See ua about a loan.
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer shop.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
HEMSVITCHINC3 Kail orders Mrs.
Ralph Hassell 417 Bush, Phone
PETERSON. BISHOP & CLARK. At
torneys at Law. Rooms 2 and 4
ted. A short business meeting
u n r Miller, vice Dresiuem. i"
.h. M,nir. was followed by adjourn
ment. The club will not meet again
until Nov. Si when tho . library and
Economics Committees wut enteriain
ii.,nu it mi loween party, a i
lure of ,the evening will be a grab bag
m in cents a pacKage. mi'
the community are invitea to oe p
ent at this social meeting.
Mrs. Ward Stanley and son Word Jr.
returned Saturday from rendleton.
Complimenting Mrs. Julia Schock.
who la soon to -leave for Walla Valla.
Miss Alta Smith entertained Tuesday
evening. The guest list Included Ruth
Royer. Velma Smith, Verona Fullen
wlder. Mrs. Wllllom Glass. Mrs. Wal
ter Albrecht, Mrs. Ernest Fanning and
Mrs. Shock. j
I M. Bchannep, republican candl-
fnr rnuntv ludge, left Tuesday tor
I Thw WAA?ETr rNESTMB viHoLeH Qll I Tom, Go bee m hat 7W-
Gaoo MWe.ToM! VtASCooo' I f fi PAMMM l ij TweRe.. I
. J r- DAHUv C6RTJVMW 1 t If L AU "THAT SCUFUMOi I CJ '
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JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING your Junk to the Pendletcn
Hide A Junk Co. See us before you
sell. It, D. Cameron, Prop.
SECOND HAND DEALERS
- . -
V. STROBLE, dealer In nsw and see
ond hand goods. Cash paid for
second hand goods. Cheapest plaoe
to buy household goods. 218 , Govt
Phone 27 1-W. '
THE most up-to-date effectual lead
ing science practised. E. F. Gibeoa
P. S. T.; N. D- Room II Peebler Bldg.
I. W. AYEKS Room 18-l"Jlond Bids.
Graduate of Parent School Welt-
mer Institute of Nevada, Mo.
PERFECT DEVELOP1MO and print
- lny for the amateurenlarging.
Prompt work. TaUman Drag Co.
MADE TO MEASURE
t ' s
Cart E. Franseen, Elks Blag.
SURVEYOR AND ENGINEER
LAND SURVEY General engineering
work. Z. A, Lansdale, C E, River-
side. Pendleton, Ore.
111 l (IfJ . 14A
VIUN. HE'S IMITATlrffi
Nou see? HtsGtfr nr
DlAMrt TOO- TH6 W03
VOO'SAN Vw'fte MoTCHAfciEl
CKAPI-lfA- VX61U.WHV APE
Sn SCUFRUfJ AfC" so?
. (47 Main
Sun Maid Raisins
Seedless Raisins .
' Pimento Cheese
Limburger Cheese ... .
. 35c package
2 for 25c
Friuita's Dainty Cakes nre fresh every morning,
6 different kinds -20c each
Butternut Bread, the best yet, fresh every
The Dean Tatom Co.
., Phone &88
ih!rLo,aeVd:r .P , h. of