Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1921)
DAILY EAT 0RE66WAH, PKmtEtOlT, OPvSC02rj' SATtntDAY EVENtM, JANUARY 8, 1021.
fVTmf & SOT? i
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lo6t, Found, For Rent, Etc
Uassihed tor Jbasy Keteijence.
11 III . I ' . f ..- 'JNV II
WANTED by man nnd wife Work on
farm Phone 547-W.
FOR RENT Sleeping and housekeep
Ing room 608 Wlllwv St. . , ,
woman' wants job . cooking . tor
men on ranch Phone 7:.,8-J.,'
Fl 14.' SUPPLY of hair good, toilet
articles and Marlnello Creams at
the Marlnello Shop, Room 6 AnhocIu
t op Hid. ' '
I.O.ST liar pin set with thirteen seed
pearls, the 30th of December, be
tween hlnh school and postofflce or
Court St. Reward Return to this
GALLSTONES Free bonk tells of Im
proved method of( treating Inflam
Piatlanjof talUiliidderVind bile ducts.
Vit todni-; lr.' Piidrtonk, Pox 201,
Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
' . .. a t runnnillili btulBaa HMD who IMtHWt
Thl. rilroctnr Is eaDeelallr handi for U out-of-town reader who ma, went tu name sos " .
All ere reliable, reponlbie business concern wno u
Je following Uom.
ROOM for rent-r-PhorieSlMI'HO.vrViltlt FEftVIClJ CO.-Itc-.
, .: public and FireMone tires, cordu or
.1''.,' .'. ! ! fabric 223 E. Court St.. Plume 5I.
., 301 South'Malni
iCAJtTEIt' & SMYTH IV Attorneys 'l
LmV. Offices In rciir ot American
National Hank Buildinc.
FOR RENT FtinilhcJ Apartments
715 LHleth St...: . .,
FOfl RENT, Outaldo sleeping room,
also liour Phvfie 212-W.
I'HO'E I. C.'SNYDKH, 27!i-M for the
man that has swept yoiir chimneys
for fifteen years. . .
VBK & TEK, Attorneys at liw.
flees 'In IX H'uIn BmldiiKt.
S. A. LOW KM, .Attorney and Counsel
lor st Iw. Ollto'e in IwlW'tl IlS-
LOST AND FOUND
FOIl SALfc-rAll kinds of Insurance.
' J. II. Kstcs, 611 SUIn 8t., Phone 0'j.
GHKY (JOOSK, lost, strayed or stolen
Phono Information, 1157-M. .
LOST Dark , Jersey cow with bell
Heceinber 3Dth Kecelvo .. Terward
for rolurn to Mission Btifllon,
WARHINflTOX, Jan. 8. (A.1 P.)
A bill amending the transportation
art to permit railways to obtain partial
payment of the amounts due them
from the irovernment under ths guar
anteed earnings provisions of the act
was Introduced In the house today.
Tho measure I designed to meet for
the roads the situation arlsln out of
the division of the District of Colum
bia supreme court that the carriers tin-1
der existing law cannot force the trea
sury to make partita settlements.
FOUND Fountain pert and bar pin on
hlKh si hool, hilli owner may have
same by paying for aiL E. O. Office.
IjUST 3uhS ft Uoodyea tire on Max
well rim. Lost between Pendleton
and Middle Cold Spring. Leave at the
K. 0. office. Cbesfc'r Gordon.
FOlt BALK--70 H. P. IJoltf Caterpillar
1 Sturgbi & Storle. '
4 : , ; i, " , ,
FOll BALEr-Canary l;Jrd, bpautifn
I singer. I'hone S76-II or apply 313
W. Webb. ' ' -
APAKTMKNT 407 K. Court Bt.
KOOM AND HoXUD for men only 'Hps ADA FIFI O
403 B.. webb.- Jkoe 2-W.
PKACTICAL XUIlSiJ Maturnity
, casts only Phone 39K-M.
Address 214 Jane.
TO, ItJiNT-T-Suito of, rooms, Temple
bldg. steam heat fnr office or
sleeping apartments Phone . ISO. I.
V. Tempi. ' i -.. i ",.
FOftJlKXT- 'A 2 and' 3 roo'nj'Apts.
. 07 Aura, Plione 289-W.
FOll ;. BENT Downstairs sleeping
room, close la. Men only. Phone. 386-fl
KOll BALE--Furniture of rooming
, house cheap house for rent
Phone 4 38-M. , . .' . i u.
LOST Bottom part of fountain pen
betwoen' Huwman Studio ' and St.
Joseph's 'Academy Hensonable re
ward leave at thls oftice. '
FOR SALIC a head of good mules, 10
head of horses all good stock See
fiturgls & Storle.
FOK B.U,K Self-propelled combine
harvester, 1918 modoltgood shape
terms Sturgis & Storle. J
FOll ItKXT 2 furnished light' house
keeping rooniB-r-l'honV 730-W 116
Fprt KENT A room house partly
. furnished bath; hot and cold water
Call 314 Tustln. : ,
FOR REXT Pleasant 500m in prl
. ,vete family, close in on North Bide
for gentleman onlv Phone 7i7-W.
FOll KENT Wheat ranch of
MATEltNlTY ani convalescent hos
pital MrS. Frail, 114 E. Bluff St.,
S. A, XEWDEIirt i'r Attorney at Law,
Federal Iluilding. . .
PETEUSOX, BISHOP & CLARK, "At
torneys at uw. I looms 2 and '
JAME3 nl'PETtnr, Attorney t law.
Ofllcc over Taylor Harawaro' torn-'
pany. "", "' ' '
ALL KINDS of patients cared foi b
experienced nurse 800 W. Webb
PJtone 484. v i-
ItALBY, P. A LEY & BTEIWEIl, Attor
neys at Law. Of flee : In Amvtlrain
Vatknial Illilik J'.ulldiliC.
ALL KINDS of furnace and stove re
Pairing, pine fitting and chimney
cleaning satisfaction : guaranteed
Phone 22. .. ,u i - -
RAO HCGa and carpets wover.. Alsc
first class crocheting and embroid
ery. All orders promptly filled. Be
Wheelers, at 13U0 W. Railroad.
H KMSTITCIf IXf J 'M;iif order Mr,
rtalph Has-sell 417 Bush, ThonO
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's an agent in '' yonr ' town,
Trojr Ijinmlry. (8 f;rikn 8t
f tit .5
MApE TO MEASURE
1 H i -f '
nH E. Frsnnoen, E3k BIO.
FRED II. 8CIIMTDT, Attorney at
1-iw. Itoom 21, Sinith-Oaw-ford
PHILADELPiriA DIAMOND GU1D
BATTERIES' guaranteed for 18
months. W. K ; C'liai Co., 320 ' E.
Court Telephone Pendleton.
FOR SALE 4 .'foot Poplar wood
Call 2F5, Ralph Tackella.
Foil SALE Ono range, one heater
and one cabinet Phone 407.
FOR BALK 8S0 acres winter pasture
Inquire James 1C Hl" Penflloton,
Oregon. ' . ' ( ' , .. .
1 niETIT, Jan. 8. Three of the Rleth
families Including Mr. and Mr. Duke,
Vr. and Mis llnssmiiscpn and Mr. flhd
Mrs. Pete Fnrrely were compelled to
leave I heir homes Monday evcnlmr on
account of high water. The banks of
the river broke und abortt eight Inches
of water were on the floors of their
homes. The People of the grove were
nearly closed In with water.
Mr. and Mrs. A. IL Klggs of The
Dalles are visiting at the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. John Heath, r. nigtfs re
turned to The Dalles Sunday.
Mrs. J. F. rtorlck and children Hnr
lictt and llmbble recenflly returned
from Tho Dalles after spending Christ
rfcas vacation. f
'A number of Rleth people wero In
Pendleton Monday dflcrnoon Including
.tlrs. Friil Peters 'nnd son Mr. nnd
Mrs. n. M. Woods, Mrs. L. H. Livings
ton, Mrs. A. It. Biggs. Bessie Heath,
Mrs. William Tompkins, Mrs. Hnrrl.
f n, and Mrs. Angeloa, Mr, and Mrs. L.
alarlln and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell.
TO POLE BY AIR
FOR SALE 500 sack ripa Burbarrk
potatoes at 81.00 a s3ck Inquire bt. buildings, water anil near mar'ket 700
I acres summer fallow to be seeded in
WE WASH and clean the finest rug-
satisfactorily. References given
I we make fluff rugs from olU -carpets. heST-O-LITE BATTERIES cst
Walla Walla Rug an 3 Carpet Clean-, -j competitive, test. Service on all
1600I"11-0- Fnone 1677. . , , 1 makes of batterieiguaranteed. lrcst-
DALW ROTH WELL Optemetrlst and
Optician. Classes ground to fit your
eys. American National Rank IlldC.
DR. G. E. HOLT Osteopathia physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bldg. Tele
phones, office 508; Residence 2"-W.
Andrews School, reservation.
05 cents a month, Sunday Included-
G A'. Hooker, agent." Office, Alice
FOR SALE Four wagon boxes, for
bulk grain, low price if taken aoon
R. I Burroughs, Phone 5.
FOR SALE OR TRADE New bunga
low, 10 W. High Call there or In
quire of C, P. Strain at County Asses
or's office Terms. .
spring, 775 acres wheat stubble. V ill )... A1 niri..flin'.
HUH OlilJil itim HUIIIIIICI IMimw VII l-l 1119. m - . of ...
Box 2176, Spokane Washington. ! ' ' "
. . . w
FOll BALE Late model oldsmobile
Speed Wagon with express body
good rubber motor In 'good shape
Bee Breslln Pendleton Auto Co.
WANTED-Sewing-plain or fancy- jQt)WA S AUTO TOPS. Plate Glass.
I'hone 806-M. . side Curtains-201 .Law
CATERPILLAI'.S, harvesters, gas en
I ,g!nes, automobiles and general
' blacksmithing. Round-Up Garage,
Parks & Xchergall, 212 Wen Webb.
CHIC, FOOD,' Scratch f ood, (t tonica,
bone, shell, grit, corn, oats, rolled
barley, t'matilla (lour & Grata Co.
WANTED Work by the hour Phone
Mr. Rush 6-J.
FOR BALE OR THADE-One 14 H. P.
Stover gas engine, mounted on wag
on bed with wide Iron wheels. Guar
anteed In first class condition. Will
trade for Ford. Simpson Auto Co.
FOR RUSSIAN TOTS
. 1 NEW YORK. Jan. 8. Tho seven
Ifnsslan children wW were brought to
tnls country by 'Rear Admiral" Hugh
A McCully and refused admission at
Mils Island yesterday probably wil
be roleused tomorrow and taken Im-"
Mediately to the' officer's home In
Washington, D. C. This announce
iitent was made at tiic I luml today.
Rear Admiral M.-fully met the
Children in Ruwla about a year ago.
All are full orphans v pi '. wlo
fare one parent each living. The of
ficer became Interested in their plight
and decided to bring them to this
country and adopt them. Ho said
they were not of the Russian nobility
but that their parentage was very ob
They will be cared for In Washing
ton by Rear Admiral McCully' niece,
his mother and a Russian nurse.
After being .tnugh English, the offi
cer said, he plans to educate them In
UiSfPubllc schools. '
j CAPT. R A. BARTLKTT ,
' Cafjtaln R. A. Bartlett la pri
paring to attempt a flight to ttr
Nort Pol In an airplane. He
was natr'ef tbe thlp Roosevelt
, which carried the Peary otpedi
t on that roached the pole. He I
'known in army nnd navy drclcj
ai "The Polar Betr."
Foil BALK Corner business lot In
town of Pilot Rock, .located on Main
snd Willow streets, if party buys the
whole lot the price Is 81250.00. Ad
dress J. W." Oakley, Lebanon Oregon.
Houses of all sliies, ranging In price
from 81400 to 811.000. Come and see
tne If you want to buy a home.
t;ix)ii;K w. i:iJ)Eii
. 81 S Main (St.
RcL Thone' 972-W Phono 993
FOR SALE One Hart Par, 40 H. V.
tractor eiiglno, One g gang disc
plow. Ono Hodge 4 horse header.
One sub-surface packer. AH prac
tically new except engine. Address M.
F. Stockwcll, Canyon Ctfy, Oregon.;
FOR EXC'IAXGE 320 acres wheal
land near RltivlUe, Wash. 140
acres Under cultivation, balance bunch
gratw; also 80 acres near Mold, Wn,
i5 acres under cultivation. Trade
qulty of 89500.00 for stock of general
merchandise, restnurant otv .rooming
house Price 835.00 per acre. . A.
KeyeX Burbank, Wn.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE Wo have a few good
used Fords priced from 8150 to 3500.
These are all worth-the money call
ind aeo them Simpson Auto 'Co;,
Water and Johnson Sts.
APTS. AND IIOO.MS ALTA AITS.
FOR - KENT Furnished Apartment
witji bath 6U Cosble St.
RCTH Hf RATH
, Mis Rath Hunrath. Cleveland
girl, to M the bride of Elmer
Smith, hard-hitting outflelder of
, the world champion Cleelnd In
i dlani. She I a cbum ot Mr.
William Wambsgan. wife o( tba
Udlani' icond beman.
WARIUNGTOX, Jan. 8. U. P.)
Featherd fighters, a product of the
world war, ure now mooting true ap
preciation or their gallantry. The
American carrier pigeon, his service
stripes earned by "conspicuous brtfv
cry," Is today virtually a member of
the enlisted personnel of the United
States navy. .
' All naval aviation pigeons are be
ing registered today on the air-station
muster In a manner similar to that
employed In keeping" the record of
the personnel attached to the station.'
Every bird has his number.
As a recent, navy .. order requires
ihnt nil scablanes, while In- flight
must carry pigeons aboard, no details
are overlooked In giving the birds the
attention that their position warrants:
It Is no easy, matter,, either, Tor a pige
on to break into tho exclusive class of
enlisted fighters..' Not only must these
air birds show a Mgh degwo' of effi
ciency,' after a period of training, but
they must have attained a certain air
of maturity.'- Young birds for 'In
stance, are nof: allowed On the muster
sheet until Ucir legs liavo grown
i,.r rnmiEil to hold the band num.
her bt the naval air station to which
they are attached. ' ., 1
Figures compiled' by tho navy, ele
nnrlmnllt BhOW lllllt during 1110 las!
ten months of the waK United States
naval pigeons dellverea ia mcjui
from seaplanes forced to land at sea.
These planes were-without any other
of communication ana creun
is given the pigeons for' saving both.
men und machines. Many nunanccs
havo occurred where pigeons operat
ing on the Atlantic seaboard have
been Instrumental In delivering mes
sages requesting spare parts for dis
abled -planes. '.''',
Recently at Pcnsacola, Fla., thirty
two birds were used by airplanos In
delivering 'messages. The- pigeons
onvrred 700 miles, with 'an average
speed of 32 miles an hour.
FOR RENT 2
WANTED GOOD CLEAN HAGS AT
The Eapt Oregon Ian office.
RELIABLE white woman wishes work
Jjy day of hour "E" East Oregon
WANTED A idace to work for board
and room' by high neb""! girl-
Phone Olijevculnpn after 4
RESPOXSIBI.fi, ictlve men or women
to represent us In several good see
tions of this s'ote, taking order for
Fruit Trees, Shrubbery, Roses, etc.;
for spring delivery. Demand is liberal
and. return to intelligent workers are
substantial: Address with, references.
Oregon Nursery Company, Orenco, Ore
TIME CARD r '
Wcston-IHtidleton Auto Stage
Leave Weston for Pendleton at
7:30 a. m. and 12:45 p. m.
Leave.! Athena for Pendleton at
8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m.
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at
8:20 a. in. and 1:20 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight
Co. Store.) for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 P- m.
O. II. McPHERP.IX, Prop.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, 16 years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 61 li Third St., North Port
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRINO All
makes Warren' Mode Ho, 111
Mam St, Phone S24. 4
PIANOS AND PUYERS
PIAXO TUNING and repairing Jack
Le Moun Phone C52-R.
DR. it. O. ELLSWORTH Spec.a;c.ing
In nervous disease and diseases of
women. 9 to li a. m., 1 10 :ov v-
Evenings 7 to 8. Phone 706, Suiitb-
1 Crawford Building.
AUTO ELECTRIC WORK
ME REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Ohane Co.
W. Q, FISHER -tMand WXtf A Kemp.
Pbone bS2 , .
Tilot Uoi-k-Ii'ndlcton Auto Stage
Leaves Pilot Rock at S a. m.
Leaves Pendleton at 10:30 a. m.
Leaves Pilot Rock at 1 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton at 4 p. m.
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgis & Storie's Implement
Co., for sale dates. ' - - ,-t
C. K. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
1 Cigar Store Pbone 1075. I
PENDLETON, CYCLE CO. AJax, Re
. vcre and avag(j .tlrck. 22g ii. Court
street..;. . .;;'.' .. .. .
L. a BEXlLEV & CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories: Altn and Garden Sts.
WALLACE tJRO&-TFislf t'ref. "or's
or fabric Wo dp our own adjust
ing." 808-12 Johnson St. '. '
GERTSON & MARTY Gates Half
Boles, 6000 miles guaranteed-l-2
cost of new tires. G37 Cottonwood St.
PENDLETON RUBBER & SUPPLY
CO. Barney Oldfleld, Goodrich Sil
vertown Cord and Porusylvanla J'acu
um Cup 303 I- Court.
7 MEN WITH YEARS of. experience.
Motor. Inn Garage, 722 Cottonwood.
Ward A. Iloagiand, Prop. -
THE "PIONEER" AUTO MAN Satis
faction guaranteed. We repair any
make, Glenu Long. (132 Cottonwood. .
DR. LENA A. BOONE Chiropractor
Office hours 10 to 12; 1:30 to 6r00.
309 E. Court U. Laatz Apt 16, Phone
mTDELTa7lOUS & CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 30 4 W.
Webb St. l'iiono 321, Pendleton, Ore.
f ALL PEN LAND BROS. Transfer van
to move your household goods. We
also pack or store goi)ds. We do coun
try hauling. Telephone .339. . . f
DR. FLOYD CROUP
Room" 109 'American Baritt Elds'
HIGH GRADE PIAXOjJ of pleasing
tone quality. Players of lndividuaU
tj Its the construction that count.
See piano on display, write or phone
Hie Bee Hive, 62-91ain SU ) Phone
1070 J. P. Darnall, Factory Rep,
Miller i Chass Piano Co.
' Pa-nting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, Wall Paper, . Picture Fram
ing. L. J. McAfee, the Practical
Faint Man. Lowe Bros., Paints.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLl'MMXG AND HEATING James
McNair All work promptly attend
ed to. 2"6 W. Webb, Pendleton Ore
gon. Rnsideuco l'iiono H9-W, Office
ALTA ALTO RADIATOR WORKi-
701 East Alia street.'- AH makes' of
tadiators repaired. Work guaranteed,
C. I'.lasliers, lTop. :
THE QUELLE A good place to eat.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
WE BUY, SELL or .exchange house-h.ii.-i
poodi We also do general fur-
Pendleton, Ore.i.nltura !r work Phone 622, Riler
.. rnrtn.U Kemp, 523 Main St.
Room (, Temple Bldg, Phone 771. j
PERKINS & AMMONS, Automobile
. Repairing, ord, Chevrolet, Stude
baker or any make' of ica-r. Service
at any time. 630 Cottonwood, Phone
203. 1 , - "
GEORGE" COUTtS, Attorney at
' law. Room. 17. St'luiiiiR "block.
ft:- I. KEAfOR,' ' Attorney at Law',
Room aii.Smitli-Crawforil I!ui!diii
, , , . 1 ) j-j
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
SECOND HAND DEALERS
STROBLE. dealer in new and sec-
OPTICAL Dept., any size, style or . cheapest plac
- shape glass while you wait. u. a. household goods.StO K. Court
na. a won IUII 1(111 LT. ,
Hi?wr, ji. 1 o -
I'hone 721 W.
S,1V & DAYTax.,'tl7 & COUrt St.,
- Real Estate. Fire Insurance, Farm
:Loans. See us about a loan.
THE "most up-to-date effectual Icad-
tng science practised,!-, r. oinsou
P. s! T.: N. D. Room 13 Feebler Bid
DOINGS OP THE DUFFS Tom Miaht as Well Have Looked in the Phone Book
, . 1 . !,,i 1 : - - 1 '
SW.ToM.f M vntrrwi; A 1
Letter to Mttec -
VOD SPEU. A COMMON
WoffO LIKE. THAT r
Hovi OO Vol)
SPELL VT r"
- 1 I
. .'. ' . ' n ' .
IT ' L w -l M , I
TUAT otttHT TO JE A
EVSV WORO TO SPEU- -
JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING your junk to the Pendleton
Hido & Junk Co. See us before you
seU. L. l). Cameron, Prop.
PERFECT DEVELOPING and print
ing for the amateur enlarging.
Prompt work. Tallman Irug Co.
SURVEYOR AND ENGINEER
UVND SURVEY General engineering
work. Z. A. Lansdale, C. K River
side, Pendleton, Ore. -
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer Shop.
; Mail orders promptly-attended to.
VOl N'tJ St KUTS IS IH-D.
SAN DIEGO, Jan. 7. (A. P.)
lam.-. G. Sciiiips, thirty five, eldest
on of W. Scripps, founder of the
Strrlpp chain of newspapers, died of j
influvitMi nnd pm-umonlK. 1
This li that olo; dicyiowarv
VOO HAD BBrVJR vie weKB. ,
MARRIED AMO ITS Mdfiooo!
fve looD UP vuorps in IT
auo coiAD-.wevess. nno
cmT I'm gohuA Tiicww Tma-niiJa
v"mA t -' ' f "w''''''''y''''
WtEU,V70 I'AM'r EKPECT m .
TO FIHO T IW,Trie"H'S ;
Here it is, PHeiMtnA
E .. II M.- JmtT. mi
IS OUT Or ,
FAT HENS p
j SPRING LAMB p
LK'''('ll-''r:.. . "pT .
' I VL'lmiaiiiKv'4itinnr!
BUTTERNUT BREAD, 16c
FRESH EGGS, 65c DOZEN
DELICIOUS APPLES, $4.50
the Bean Tatom Co.
..iinwm . r-.. ...
fTT'T Tt1! TT "