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DAILY AST ORE G ONIA It, . PENDLETON,1 OREGON, 'TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11", 1021'. "
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found,
For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
Mils Dlrectorr la especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want tea Emms and address of responsible btutuaef msn ae reprsseal
tte foUowlng lines. All are reliable, responsible business concerns who staa drsady to five lou prompt sr-rice.
W . J '1. - '
WOMAN want work on lunch good
cook Cull. ilF6 Pilot J toek .
WANTED TO BUV Two tons wheat
huy, delivered. Phone 17 Smytho
' Lonergan Co.
"IF YOU WISH your rubbish htuilca
away call Hoyden Transfer, Phono 'I.
vt e who nuui cone.
roil 01.11'K SERVICE, Cull Dud
Cornfield. Phono f. 2. Crescent Cigar
Store. lCPNldencp, Phone 10G0-R.
"Oil SALE Three two year old regis
tered Shorthorn bulls, four two
year old registered roan Shorthorn
heifers. One registered Holsteln cow.
Adilrea Inquiries to P. O. Ho No. 3,
Wulla Wullu. Wash.
LOST AND FOUND
FOR BALE sr acres Winter pasture
I --Inquire James IC Hill, Pendleton,
GltET GOOSE, lost, strayed or stolon! fcon' ";'.''..
Phone Information, J157-M.
" . Vi-nlllHliiHi Tout .
Mrs. Ncwlywcd was speaking proud
ly to her taller of their new house,
ond tnl of its 1-avlng hollow block
tokitrurllun, thus Insuring plenty of
"I don't think your modern dwell
li g Iiuh nuythlng on our old-fault-limed
frame house In that respect,"
rctut'ned her culler. "Every night
lock the cut In the cellar and li t
her cut of the uttlc In the morning."
LOST Par pin net with thirteen need
pearli", the 30th of December, be
tween high Hchool and postofflce or
'Court Kt. Reward Return to this
fUlt 8ALE75 It. P.
Sturgls & Storle.
FOR RALE 6 head of good mules, 10'
head of horse all good stock Set
Sturgls i Storle. '
FOH KENT Furnished Apt. DU
FOlt RENT Downstairs sleeping
room, close In. Men only, phone 3S0-R
FOlt KENT 2 furnished light house
keeping rooms Phone 730-W 126
OR RENT Sleeping rooms close to
Main. Stoves, hot and cold waUsr-t-Phono
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetlere
Phone 824-W. Address 14 Jane.
MATEltNITV and convalescent hos
pital Mrs. FraH, 114 K. Bluff tit..
ALL KINDS of patients cared for by
experienced nurse SOU W. Webb--Phone
FOR RENT A room house DartlyJPHONE !- c- SNTCBK, 275-M for the
-'all 314 Tustln. ' ! for ftf teen yearsj
CAttTER It SMTTIIiS Attorneys at
' Law. Offices In rear of American
National Jinnk Jjulldinc.
FEB A FEB, Attorneys at Law,
flees In Ucsittin limhllns.
S. A. LOWELt, .Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Offk-e tn Drspaln UUlg.
S. A. NEWBEERT, Attorney at Law,
PETERSON, BISHOP ft CLARK, At
torneys at Law. Iioorns a and 4
furninhcd bath, hot and cold water man that tlas Pt yut chimneys Smith-Cranford Iildg.
'"j: tik.nt Two furnlnhed hmi-.
keeping rooms Apply 712 W. Webb
or pnone 369-W.
FOR HUNT Furnished room, lartv
preferred, rnn ftieniRh iirtri
sonablc Phone" 292-W.
FOR SALE elf-propelled ' combine 1 FOR RENT Pleasant' room In pri-
harvester, 1918 model, good shape
terms Sturgls & Storle.
FOR SALfi 600 sacks rips Burbflnk
potatoes at 11.50 a sack Inquire St.
Andrews School; reservation.
vate family, close In on North Side
for gentleman only Phone 707-W.
JAMES B. PERRT, Attorney at Law.
ALL KINDS of furnace and stove re- i off km over Taylor Hard are Com-
pairing, pipei fitting ' and chimney pany,' " -.;. t -
cleaning satisfaction guaranteed i
Phone 622. .' RALEV, P.ALET ft BTEIWER, Attor
ners at lw.' (Ktice la American
National Dank Building.
RAO KJG8 and carpets wovec Also
' first class crocheting and embroid
ery. All orders promptly filled. Be.
Wheelers, at 130 W. Railroad.
FOR SALE 4 foot Poplar wood
Call 2FC, Ralph Tackella.
FOR HA LK All kinds of Insurance.
J. II. Estcs, CI I Main St., Phone 04.
"Why r it that bad ne travels
Su Inch f.-iKter than good news?
"Pecausc that's the only kind
rewspupw will print." Pittsburg
Fn. ' i
leaving town House will be for rent
J1 Perkins Ave.
FOR SALE Four wagon boxe), for
bulk grain, low price If taken soon
II. L. Burroughs, rhone 5.
FOR SALE OR TRADE New bunga
low, 610 W, High Call there or In-
RELIAliLB PARTY- wishes to rent 4
io s room umurnbiched house. Ko
cnildren, best of references. Address
-X" tlif office.
WANTED lowing plainor fancy
: Phone 30J-M.
OAI.Ltfl'ONEHr-Free book tells of im
proved method of treating inflam
mation of gallbladder and bile ducts.
Write today. Dr. Paddock, Box 201,
Kansas City, Mo, . . ,
W'E WASH and clean the finest rugs
satisfactorily. References given.
We make fluff rugs from old carpets.
Walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
ing co. Phone 1677.
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. IMosa I K ' Bmstli -Crawford
Iildg, - -w-.-.-
PHILADELPHTIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for . II
months. W. B Chaso Co., 32 E.
Court. Telephone 29, Pendleton.
HEMSTITCH! Nil Mill erders Mrs.
ltnlph Hassell 4 IT Bush, I'Im)h
EVEIir Article laundered Perfectly.
Thfre's an sg-nt In your ! town,
Troy Ijnindry, 60S Garden St. '
MADE TO MEASURd
jtJLuQ LI e)
lrnawni,. ETaa Blag.
DA LB ROTH WELL Hptcmetrlsl and
Optician. Classes ground to fit your
eyes. American Nnilonai UnnK luug.
Quire of C. P. Strain at Countv Aijf- M-ivn...,, . .. . ...... . .
FOR t-'ALE Party I or.. nfficeTerm. I C. x 'iT " " n7 lne nour Phone i
Wife I'd ten times sooner stay at
home thnn go on a visit to the liorems.
Hub Then why aro you going?
Wife It's the only way. If I don't
they will visit us. Boston Transcript.
FOR 8ALR OR TRADE 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.
j Mrs. Rush 5IJ-J.
WANTED by man and wife Work qn
farm Phone 647-W.
We have often wondered where the
fellows who run the " Old Item
From Everywhere" columns get
their stuff. Now here's on interest
ing bit from the Boston Clobu:
"Phtnkets are called blankets be
cauwe Thomas Blanket, who intro
duced woolens to England in 134s.
Invented and wove them." '
ThatJ one of the "Important tf
tt ue" . statements. .We could mako
up a number of such, for Instance:
"Cook's are sO culled because the first
one was called, Thomas Cook." "Ree
.rds show that the first KricIWi
brewer was called William Brewer,
nnd the science has received the
name tf Its founder,"
Our- paragraph has put the cut
before the horse. Blanket as a sur
name Is a trndo name; that is, the
man was railed Blanket because he
wove blankets. Tho etymology, ol
the word "blanket" Is plain to the
student of elementary Eimllth: It Is
from the Anglo-French word '
Our .Modest V riti'rs.
Humble Admlrer-"-Are the charac
ters In your books drawn from real
life? .... I
Haughty Actor. Did you ever meet
such charming people in real life as
my characters? Boston Transcript.
Tim Laiy Heiis. '
Sojourner at Country Hotel I am 111
great haste, madam, and very hungry.
Can you get me a couple of fried eggs?
Landlady Yes, sir.
Sojourner (after long walling):
It's se ine time since I ordered those
I-undlacly (with heJt) Drat them
hens! Jeff, go out to the burn and
stir 'em up. Houston Post.
Houses of all sizes, ranging In price
from (1400 to Slz.OOO. Come and see
me If you want to buy a home.
G1X)R.K W. KIJJEH
818 Main St.
Res. Phone 72-W Thone 93
Wa TN E D To rent m c room fur
nished house. Phone 80.
FOR EXCHANOE 320 acres wheat
land near Ritzville, Wash. 140
acres under cultivation, balance bunch
grass; also SO acres near Mold, Wn
i5 acres under cultivation. Trade
equity of 19500. 00 for stock of general
merchandise,, restaurant or rooming
house Price ?3.".00 per acre. W. A.
Keyes. Burbaiik, Wn.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS, AT
The East Oregonlan office. , ,
THE OREGON JOURNAL delivered
(a cents a month, Sunday Included
O W. IJooker, agent. Office, Alice
Shinning Parlors A1 Richardson's
Place) 609 Main St. Phone 622.
OADWA S-AUTO TOPS, Plate Glass,
WOMAN WANTS JOB cooking '
men on ranch Phone "2S-J.
I Court St.
Side Curtains 201 East
USED CAR EXCHANGE
WANTED Reliable woman for light !
housework In country. Phone i
RESPONSIBLE, active men or women j
to represent us in several good sec-!
tlons of this state, t.iklnr orders ror !
rruit Trees, shrubbery, Hoses, etc.,
for spring delivery. Demand Is liberal
and returns to Intelligent workers are
substantial. Address with references,
Oregon Nursery Company, Orenco, Ore
Wcston-Pendleron Auto Stage
Leaves Westv.n for Pendleton at
7:30 a. ni. and 12:43 p. m.
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. 'j
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at
8:20 a. m. and 1:20 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight
Co. Store) for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. m.
O. H. McPHERP.IN, Prop
rBEST-O-LJTB BATTERIES Best
by. competitive tesU- (Service on all
makes o b'.ttcrics, guaranteed. Brest-
O-I.ite Set-vice Station, 410s E. Court
Phone 6(4. ; .
DR. G. B. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bldg Tele
phones, office 508; Resilience 27t-W.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmithing. Round-Up Garage,
Parks ft NebergHll, 212 West Webb.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER ft BANF1ELD, DeslsViing.
Engineering, Constructing, 16 years
experience In concrete and brick con
struction. 61 K. Third St SortU Port
CHIC FOOD, " r-crratclt tboO, -- tontca,
bonci shell, grit, corn, oats, rolled
barley. I miuilla Hour & Grain Co.
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING- All
makes Warren's Maata Bamm, 111
Main SU Phone 124.
PIANOS AND PLAYERS
PIANO TUNING and repairing Jacsi
Le Moun Phone tSJ-R.
AUTO ELECTRIC WORK
FOR SALI3 1V( have a few good : W13 REPAIR anything electrical on'
used Fords priced fronv150 to $500.
These are all worth' thd money call
and see them Simpson Auto Co.,
Water and Johnson Sts.
an automobile. W. E. Csw Oo,
"Doctor,'' said the . shabby visitor.
IT need your professional udvlce, but
1 have no money to pujyou."
"1 m not practicing medicine for j ArTS . AD rooms ALTA APT
ainusement.'' , . ! ..
"Hut can't you give me Just a word'FtR RENT Furnished room Phone
i APARTMENTS 407 E. Court St,
or -two of adve?" j
"Why, yes. Try walking for your!
blnti-i health, and begin your exorcise by
kete'' . or "blanehet", which meant
whle woolen 'stuff fur garments: the
French ''lilanihet'' was a diminutive
of "Wane," which means "white",
woolen- ntuff . for garments; the
French "blanehet" was applied to
tho blanket of a printing press. Tom
the Weaver, made a specialty of
blanket weaving, so. they cnlled hltn
' Tdm Blanket. 'It was customary In
1384 to name a man after his trader
henco we have Bill Cook, John
Smith, Jim Carpenter, i Kschunge
ed,ltor etymology is one of the weird
est psemlo-wlcnces wo possess. Ta
briskly through that
'Exit'." Birmingham -
ROOM AND BOARD for men only
403 E. Webb.
W. G. FISHER tStand Kilty ft Kemp, !
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store Phone 1075.
TRUCKS FOH !HIRB-Mrountry work.
Kissler ft Hemmelgarn, Phone
381-R or 999-W 51 Marie St.
Pilot Rock-Pcndlcton Auto Stage
Leaves Pilot Rock at g a. m. 1
Leaves Pendleton at 10:30 a. m.
leaves Pilot Rock at 1 p. m. - -.
Leaves Pendleton at 4 p. m
DR. R. C. ELLSWORTH Specialising',
in nervous disease and diseases of
women.-- to 12 a. m., 1 to 6:30 p. m.
Evenings 7 to S. Phone 70S, Smith-
DR. LENA A. BOONE Chiropractor
Office hours 10 to 12; 1:20 to 6:00.
300 E. Court SU, LaaU Apt. 16, Phone
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS ft CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 304 W.
Webo St. llwie S21, Pendleton, Ore.
COL. W F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgls ft Storie's Implement
Co., for sale dates. ,-
After Kipling's "iiuiSii Dili."
"Despite my small per cent
Of alcoholic content,"
hald a quantity of near beer in a pii;
'I will say to common imp,
Without a bit of hop. '
'You're a hotter drink than 1 am,
i -ginger alol" -Eastern Argus.
. . ItenSMiivil,
She I hope, dear, the l ing yoll Just
gave me Is not n cheap Imitation.
Ho No, darling. It's tho most ex
pensive Imitation I Cotild find. Bos
A Real In Literature.
To Kipling an American once yrote:
"Hearing that you are retailing litera
ture at Ha word, I incloso 1 for a
Kipling replied with "Thanks" and
kept the dollar.
Two weeks Inter the American
Wrote, "Sold tho "Thanks' anecdote for
l. Inclosed please find 4 cents In
stamps, being half the profits on the
transaction, less tho postage." Boston
FOR RENT Furnished Apartment
with bath 611 Cosbie St.
Tustln St. .
-2 room cottage 402
W hy -.Thrjr Drink Wood Alcohol.
"Yes, 1 was drunk when I married
"What did you do when you re
gained your senses?"
"Out drunk again." Yulo Rf cord.
BOOM for rent Phone
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms
301 South Main.
FOR RENT Furnished largo 3 room
Apt. Phone 210-W. '
FOR RENT A 3 and 3 room Apts.
307 Aura, Phone 2S9-W. ,
FOR RUNT Sleeping and housekeep
ing rooms 608 Willow St.
liw Knows ICvorytliinic.
Willie Paw, why do people so)'
thnt ninrrlago is a lie?
Paw Because most Wusbands are
roped In, my son.
Maw Willie, jou come upstairs
with me! Philadelphia Ledger.
TO RENT Suite of rooms, Temple
bldg. steam heat for office or
sleeping npartmcnts Phone 190. I.
U. Temple. -
PENDLETO.V CYCLE CO. Alar. Re
cre and Savage tires. 2''8 E. Court
Street. ' ' : -
L. S. BENTLEY & CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and aeceesories-i-Alta and Garden Sts,
WALLACE BROS. Flsk tires, cord
or fabric. We do our own adjust
ing. 808-12 Johnson S.-'- ! - - "
GERTSOX ft MARTy Gates Half
Soles, "6000 miles guaranteed 1-2
cost of new tires. 837 Cottonwood Kt.
PENDLETON RUBBER & SUPPLY
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich Sil-
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup SflJ E. Court,
SIMPSO: TIRE SERVICE CO. Re
public and Firestone tires, cords or
fabric 223 li Court St, Fhono 651.
7 fV.ti WITH VRXRS r.f tartwien
Motor Inn Garage, 722 Cottonwood.
ward A. iioagland, Pro.
AUTO REPAIRING -
THE "PIONEER" AUTO MAN Satis
faction guaranteed. We repair any
make. Glenn Long, 632 Cottonwood.
PERKINS ft AMMONS, Automobile
Repairing. Fer4, Chevrolet, Stude
baker or any maker ef - car. Service
at any time. 630 Cottonwood, Phone
GEORGE W. COITTTS.' Attorney at
-Law, Itoom. 17, Sciimidt block. .
It. I. KEATOR. Attorney, at Iiw,
' Room 2 1, Smith-Craw ford Building.
JMippei ;Gefs New .Playmate
, j .. . . i . I a i ii li ,
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TOM HAS A READY REPLY
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SAVTCM. OUft NEV NEICHBOt 177 5H6 SANS M BTS T '
Hn.WL& WAS OVER ASAUT LfiurM VP Ah UTS THC K6MAi W j
ME HwUER-HUSBAMl) HELPS uj-T W Won't UT DERWWCARW
MEE- SHE &l HE WASHES AMD A uVTMWfi W "nEVAKD! 1
DBVs the DISHES evtKXOAV! f 5,,E M jusr 4onT ler J - -.. " n
i " . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' : '. 'i
GUCSS H6 CMrTEkf
VlELL.lV BET NIM6 DoiLAiq
n- orti' ViHAT asEivuNi nevi fs
MAKES THE- Ptfi -.gyj prs3 SutC& she's
BEEA1 MARRIED OOH'T
5EE HER SPORTW'MS rVR
GiN To peTtuvw AtwoT:
' , k Nlppw. th White House squirrel, will hwn
when tb O. O. P. elephant takes possession of Wkshlngton March
,4 - Yon can by his agression that he Isn't sura whether he d
7- -f.K.. - ,h d.nartinr donkey. HoweTsr, he
I VlEUT OOWH VN1TH HlM QH THE CAR-THE.
OTHER MOGMWJC AMD HE POLLED OUT A POCXfiT
PtWltToPAS HIS FARC- I SUPPOSE KerH'LLS
TUB SAME PURSE OUT AJO GIVES HER A
5PEK0IMS MOUeV EVERV MOMTM! SA IP M'
EVER PRlNfi HOMBACOOPLtt MWW
ThEATett TICKETS A"0 TELL UE.R.TO
CALL PEN LAND BROS. Transfer van
to move your household goods. We
also pack or store goods. We do coun
try hauling. Teletihono 339.
DR. FLOYD CRQUB
Room 109 American Bank Bldg.
Phone '32S Pendleton, Ore.
HIGH GRADE PIANOrf of pleasln
tone quality. Players of individuali
ty. Its the construction that counts.
.See piano on display, writs or phone
Hie lire l!lc, 62S Slain 6t Ittone
1076 J. P. DarnaH, Factory Kp..
Moler ft Chass Piano Co. ' '
ii ii I i mill
Painting and Paper Hanglnj
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. L. 1. MeAtce, the Practical
Faint Man. Lowe Bros., Paints. '
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLCMISINQ AND HEATING James
McNair All work promptly attend
ed to. 20S W. Webb, Pendleton Ore
gon. Rr-sidosiee llione 71-W, Office)
RADIATOR REPAIRINQ ;
LTA AUTO RADIATOR WORK
701 East .Alta street. All makes of
radiators repaired. Wbrk guaranteed.
C IUaberg, Iop. "
THE QUELLE A good placa to eat.
rR- H. M. HANAVAN Dentistry,
Boom T. Temple Bldg, Phone T72.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
OPTICAL t)ept4 ;any sise, style or
shape glass, while you wait. D.
Hcbc. M. !., 7, 8. 9. Belts Bids.
SNOW ft DATTON'c 117 E. Court St..
Real Estate,. Firo Insurance. Farm
IAans. See us about a loan. -
JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING- your? Junk to. the Pendleton
Hide ft Junk Co. See us before you
sell. Ii. D. Cameron, Prop.
PERFECT DEVELOPING and prim
ing for the amateur enlarging.
Prompt work. Tallman Drug Co.
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer Shop.
-Mail orders promptly attended to.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
We BUT, SELL or exchange house
hold goods. We also do general fur
niture repair work Phone i22, .BHey
& Kemp, 523 Main St.
SECOND HAND DEALERS
V. STROBLE. dealer in new and sec
ond hand, goods. .Cash paid,. for
second hand goods. Cheapest plica
to buy: household goods.HO li Court
photic 721 W.
THB most UD-to-date effectual lend
ing sctence practised, K. F. I
P. S. T.; X. D. Room 12 Feebler Bldg.
SURVEYOR AND ENGINEER
LAND SURVEY General engineering
work. 7.. A. Lansdalc, O. Vi Hlver-
side, Tendleton, Ore. -
817 Main St.
We have again started shipments of the Franz
cakes. Six different kinds, 20c each.
BUTTERNUT BREAD, 16c
In Rye, Whole Wheat, Graham and White.
NOODLES, SPAGHETTI AND VERMICELLI
10 CANS STRING BEANS, $1.00 f
The Dean Tatom Co.