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AItWAS101tEG0NlAN( EDMaPra-;02ECIO, WEEDIESDAY EVENING", JANtJAP.V'fl!, 1921
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Notices,- Business Opportunities,, Locals, Lost, Found,
For Rent,"Etc, Classified for Easy Reference.
2 room apt. 707 Lit-
FOR RENT Heated sleeping room
for gentleman 212 E. Bluff fit.
F'R SALE Five room modern bun
galow half basement Terms, In
quire 615 W. Jfigl) St.
ca Ocr Octaiz
WANTED by man and wife to tako
charge of kitchen in small hotel or
ramii Inquire -u" till office.
FOR . ANY WARDROBE
If. i M '.5
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Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
tThls Directory Is especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the name and address of responsible biuHnens menwrto represent
'the following linen. . All are reliable, responsible buclnoss concerns who staad ready to give you promptservice. : t ' I ',. , ,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Tire and tube ZOxift on ma
cadam near Adams. Reward If're
turned to Bunch. Br on. Curate, Adams
LOST War pin set with thirteen seed
peal In, the 30th of December, be
tween high school and uoeioirite or
Court St. Reward Return . to Oils
FOR SALE Self-propelled combine
harvester, IBIS model, food ihape
terms gturgla ft Btorle.
FOR BALE 600 aacks rip Burbank
potatoes at $1.90 a sack Inquire St.
Andrews School, reservation.
FOR SALE Four wafon boxes, for
bulk (rain, low price if taken soon
B. L. Burroughs, Phone 6.
FOR REN'T Bleeping; and housekeep
ing rooms SOS Willow fit.
FOR RENT Downstairs sleeping
room, close In. Men only, phone I8R
FOR RENT 2 furnished light house
keeping rooms I'hone 730-W 126
Law. Offices In rear of American
m'r'3TaIaVi ELD Splrella'corsetlere 1 B""g-
CARTER Ic 8MTTHE, Attorneyii at IIEMSTITCHIN'O Mall order Mra,
Addrea 614 Jaoe.
ALL KINDS of patients cared for by
experienced nurte 00 W. Webb-
FOR RENT A room house oartly I 'PHONE I. C. SNYDER, 276-M for the
furnished hath, hot and cold water man tnat ha wept jrour chlmnaja
Call :i4 TuaUn. ?'r "teen years.
FOR RENT Two furnished houBe-' ALk KINOS of ftirnac and stove re-
keeping rooms Apply 712 W. Webb
or phono 369-W,
FOR RENT Furnished room, lady
preferred, can furnish board, rea
sonable Phone 292-W.
FOR RENT Pleasant room in pri
vate family, close In on North Side
for gentleman onlv Phone 717-W.
FOR SALE 73 H. P. Holt Caterpillar
Sturgia & Storie.
rOR fALE 4 foot Poplar wood
Call 2F6, Ralph Tackella.
FOR HALE All kinds of insurance.
J. H. Estas, 614 Main St., Phone (01.
FUiMTCKH FOR SALB party
. leaving town House will be for rent
01 Perkins Ave, . . ..
FOR SALE OR TRADE New bunga
low, 610 W. High Call there or in
quire of C. P. Strain at County Aasee
or's office Tcrma.
pairing, pipe fitting and chimney
cleaning satisfaction guaranteed
RAO RCG3 and carpets wove a. Also
. first elasa crocheting and em broid
ery. All orders promptly filled. Bee
Wheelers, at 1309 W. Railroad,
WANTED Sewing plain or fancy-
GALLSTONES 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. ,
FEE tc FEE, Attorneys at Law.
flees in Drspaia liulbllna.
S. A. LOWELL .Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office in Dcgpalii liklg.
3. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law,
PETER8ON, BISHOP CLARK, At
torneys at Law, Jiuoma a and
JAMES B. PERRT, Attorney at Law.
Office over Tajrtor Ba'awaiw , Cora
RALET, RALET aV STE1WER, Attor
neya at Law. Office In American
National Bank Building.
WANTED Work by the hour Phone
Mrs. Bush 6S6-J.
FO It HALE OR TRADE One 14 H. P.
Stover gas engine, mounted on wag
on bed with wide Iron wheels. Guar
anteed in first class condition. Win
trade for Ford. Simpson Auto Co.
FOR BALE Three two year old regis-'
lerea enonnorn Duns. J-'our two
year old registered roan Shorthorn
heifers. One registered Ifolsteln cow.
Address Inquiries to P. O. Box No. 63.
Walla Walla, Wash.
WANTED by man and wife Work oa
farm Phone 64 7-W.
WATNED To rent 6 or 6 room fur
nlxhed house. Phone (4. ,
WE WASH and clean the finest ruga
satisfactorily. References given.
We make fluff ruga from old carpets.
Walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
ing Co. Ptxme 1677.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
The Eart Oregonian office.
THE OREGON JOURNAL delivered
5 cents a month, Sunday included-
U W. Hooker, agent. Office, Alice
Shinning Parlors (Al Richardson's
Place) 0 Main St. Phone (22.
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. Room 24, Bn lb -Crawford
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for It
months. W, K Chase Co., 220 E.
Court. Telephone 269, Pendleton.
FOR SALE 880 acres winter pasture
Inquire James K. illll. Pendleton,
FOR SAU" ( head of good mules, 14
head of horses all good stock See
turgl & Storie.
NEW CARRIER GOES ON
houwwiirk no washing or ironing
good wages Reference required 1
Address "85," this office.
Holmes of all sizes, ranging In price
from 11400 to 612,004. Come aad ane
me if you want to buy a home.
c.rxu.i.; w. ixdkh
Hi Maki tit.
flea. Phiuia ST2.W Phnn 101
I RESPONSIBLE, active men or women
FOR EXCHANGE 324 acres wheat! to represent us in several good sec
land near Ritzville, Wash. 140 tions of this state, taking orders for
acres under cultivation, balance bufich Fruit Trees, Shrubbery, Rosea, etc..
grass; also 84 acres near Mold, Wn, I for spring delivery. Demand Is liberal
16 acres under- cultivation. Tradejand returns to intelligent workers are
equity of 69000.40 for stock of general j substantial. Address with references.
WOMAN WANTS JOB cooking for . AUTO TOPS
men on ranch Phone 728-J.
WANTED TO BUT Two tons wheat njn""''"" " ' 1 -- '-
hay, delivered. Phone 178 Smythe OADWA'S AUTO TOPS. Plate Glass.
Lonergan Co. Backs, Side Curtains 201 East
, Court St.
WANTED Woman or girl fir general ! i
FBEST-O-UTB - BATTERIES Best
by competitive test. Service on all
makes of batteries, guaranteed. Preat-O-Lite
Scnicw Station, 404 C Curt
Hasaell 417 Bush, PboM
EVERY Article Laundered, Perfectly.
There's an agent In your town,
Troy laundry, ailA Garden St.
MADE TO MEASURE
Carl E. Frasaem, Elba 0Of.
DA LB ROTH WELL Optemetrlat and
Optician. Glaasee ground to fit your
eyes. America n AaUonai BanK &ul&
DK. U. E. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bldg. Tele
phones, offkw SOS; Residence) 174-W.
One of the most convenient ac-1
ecsaorles of any woman's ward-
robe) la the satin frock. The dress
1 A ioft, luRtrelers aatln with,
the skirt all in one piece, the two I
I endj ot the material coming to-.1
'tether la a Jabot at the center
back. At the aides, the satin' is
folded to ' half Its length and
, draped diagoiallj serosa the front.'
NEWS OF ATTEMPTED
PLOT TO ESTABLISH A
SOVIET RULE REVEALED
VIENNA ( Jan. 12. (A. P.) De
tails of the recent attempted plot In
Jugo-Sliivla to establish a soviet gov.
eminent following n general . strike
were received today. A newspaper
strike In South Jngo-Slnvlu related
the dotaUs. Arcordlng to a i-t.itenicnt
ia which the Juro-SIiiv minister of
the Interior llrachovltch arraigned the
communist member f be constitu
ent assembly, the romnrmivts plan
ned to murder former Premies Ves
njtrh, Imprison the prince regent and
proclaim a proletarian dictatorship.
, The communists had accomplices In
the royal guard, the police, the army
and the telephone service, according
to M. Urachovilch, and were ready to
seix the mails and establish commu
nication with Moscow. Many bombs,
explosives and firearms were pro
cured. It Is alleged the newspapers
were ready to go over to tha commun
ists, Many men who had made large
profits from the sale ot Hcce-ssarlos
of life lit exorbitant prices were found
on thn side of the communists. Sev
eral hundred communists.' luive lwen
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WESTON MT.;'Jari. 12. Earl Bar
nett resigned Route No. 7 and RV
May has taken the route. Mr. May
moved his family to Weston the first
of the week and will live In the Ho.
Kln'f house formerly occupied by Jim
Mrs. Robert Hopkins and tittle son
Wayne are visiting Mrs. 'Hopkins par
ents in (rarfleld, Wajih.
Mrs. Elph Tucker and children are
visiting Mrs,( Tuckers, parents In Wes
ton. Will Benlho was a week end visitor I
at his parents home In Weston.
Charles Mas- was In Pendleton on
Miss Gwendolyn Compton returned
to high school In Weston Sunday.
Vernle Marr.and family came tip
from Pendleton Thursday to stay for
soma time visiting Mrs. Marr's parents
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hopkins.
A most enjoyable house warming
party was given Mr. and Mj. Ralph
jansdale. a Christmas bride, at their
farm home Saturday evening. Delici
ous refreshments were served of cake,
coffee, sandwiches and candy, the
anests left at midnight wishing them a
long life of happiness and prosperity.
Monday morning the, thermometer
registered 8 degrees aboveto at 6
o'clock, the coldest this winter, bttt
clear and the sun shining only a few
inches of snow remain on the ground.
Several attended the 6 o'clock din
ner given by tba Oddfellows ana no
hokahs at the hall In Weston Jan. (.
merchandise, restaurant or rooming
house Price $35.00 per acre. W. A.
Keyes. BtirUink, W.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
Oregon Nursery Company, Orenco, Ore
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
I TIMU CARD
WcHtOn-Fctulleton Auto Stage
Leaves Weston for Pendleton at
7:30'a. m, and 12:45 p. m. 4
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. if
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at
8:20 a. m. and 1:20 D. m.
Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight
! Co. Store) for Weston at 10:04
a. m. and 4 p. m.
O. H. Mcl'HERP.IN, Prop.
"nSrVIanytnlnf electrical "on
an automobile. W. K. Cbae Co.
FOR SALE We nave a few good!
used Fords priced from (ISO to SiiOO.
These are all worth, the money call
and see them Simpson, Auto Co.,
Water and Johnson Sta
AITS. AND ROOMS . ALTA AITS.
FOR RENT Furnished Apt. 914 W
W. G. FlSHERr Stand Riley A Kemp.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmithing. Round-t'p ' Garage.
Parks Jt Neuergall, 213 West Webb.
CHIC FOOD, Scratch food, tonics.
bone, shell, grit, corn, oats, roiled
barley. Cmaiilla Flour A Grata Co.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER ft BAN FIELD, Designing,
" Engineering, Constructing, 1$ years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 84 E. Ttiird St Nortb Port
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING AU
makes Warm's Masta Hussw, lit
Main St, Phone 614.
PIANOS AND PLAYERS
i'iANO TUNING and repairing Jack
Le Moun Phone 652-R.
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store Phono 1075.
FOR RENT Furnished room Phone
ROOM AND BOARD for men only
443 E. Webb.
TRt'CKS FOR HIRE Country work.
Kixsler ft Hemmelgarn, Phone
38J-R or 999-W-J-514 Marie St.
FOR QUICK SERVICE. Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone 63, Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phone 1059-R.
TIME CARD '
Pilot Rnck-Pcndlcton Auto Stage
Leaves Pilot P.ock at 8 a. m.
Leaves Pendleton at 14:30 a. m.
Leaves Pilot Rock.at lp.m.
Leaves Pendleton at 4 p. m.
FANCHO STUBBLE FIELD,
DR. R. C. ELLSWORTH b,i.;..nig
in nervous disease and diseases ot'(
women. 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5:3 p. m.
Evenings 7 to 8. Phone J06, Smith'
FOR RENT Furnished Apartment!
with bath 614 Cosbi St.
FOR RENT 2
room enitags 402
PENDLETON CYCLE CO. A5ax, Re
vere and Savage tires. S2S E. Court
Street. '.; , t . . ,
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgis & Storie'a Implement
Co., for sale dates. -
7 MEN WITH YEARS of experience.
Motor Inn Garage, 722 Cottonwood.
Ward A. Ifoagland, Prop.
FOR RENT Housekeeping
341 South Main.
FOR RENT-Furnished large 3 room
Apt. Phone 210-W.
FOR RENT A 5 and 3 room Apts.
307 Aura, Phone 28J-W.
HAILS FROM THIBET
j. ' , . , '1
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms close to
Main. Stoves, hot and cold water
Phone 4 98-M.
TO. RENT Suite ot rooms. Temple
bldg. steam -heat for office , or
sleeping apartments Phone 190. I.
L. S. BENT LEY ft CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories Alt and Garden Sts,
WALLACE BROS Flsk tires, cords
or fabric. We do our own adjust
ing. 808-12 Johnson St.
GERTSON ft MARTY Gatea Half
Soles, 6000 miles guaranteed 1-2
cost of new tires. 37 Cottonwood St.
PENDLETON RUBBER ft SUPPLT
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich Sil-
vertown Cord and Pernaylvania Vacu
um. Cup SOS E. Court. . .
THE "PIONEER" ALTO MAN Satis,
faction guaranteed. We repair any
make. Glean Long, 033 Cottonwood.
PERKINS & AMMONS. Automobile
Repairing. Ford, Chevrolet, Stude
baker or any make of car. Service
at any time. 630 Cottonwood, Phone
SIMPSON TTRB SERVICE CO. Re-
publio and Firestone tires, corda or
fojirlc 523 E, Court St., Phone 6S1. 1
GEORGE W. COUTTS, Attorney
law. Room 17, Schmidt Mock.
R. I. KEATOR, Attorney at Law,
Boom 34, Smith-Crawford Building.
(From the Dally- - East' V)regonlan,
January 15, 193)
Buahee chapter, No. 19, O. E. S. was
organised Tuesday night at the Ma
sonic Temple. Officers are Mrs. A. M.
Riley, worthy matron: John Vert,
worthy patron,, Mrs. R. G. Thomp
son, assocluto matron; Mrs. .AV. M.
Beagle, conductress; Mrs. C A. Tur
ner, treasurer; Mrs. Mary 'Dlsosway,
secretary; Mrs. F. W. Vincent, Ada;
.Mrs. W. J., Furnish, Ruth; Mrs. R.
Alexander, Esther; M ins Berthn Hex
Mr, Martha; Mis Flera Morse, Electa;
Mrs. F. R. Mitchell, warder; J. Barn
hart, sentinel; Lot L'vermore, mar
shal; Mrs. Jessie Vert, organist.
Next Tuesday a force of men will be
vin tho work of removing, the Catholic
church building to the property pur
chased in the upper end of town.
The slto vacated will bo offered for
! DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
' This ma frightfulnees. fin
tshed off with five skulls, is worn
le the oriental "devil dance" of
(Thibet. It was brought back to
I America by Rev. H. B. Marx, a
missionary who spent 1 years In
remote regions of Central Asia,
aad placed, on inhibit In the
American Museum : Natural UH
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NEW YORK, Jan. 12. (A. P.)-4-The
versatile accomplishments of Ben'
Jamlne Franklin . will be retold
throughout tho country by various or
ganisations on January 17, the 215lh
anniversary of his birth. In a number
of celebrations tributes will ho paid to
him as a statesman, diplomat, philoso
pher, scientist, journalist, economist,
salesman, philanthropist, humorist,
printer and publisher.
As an advocate of spending less than
one makee,-Franklin Is to be honored
en his birthday by tho National Thrift
Week Committee, which is encourag
ing other celebration of hie work.
Vnlverslty of Pennsylvania alumni
here plan to hall him as the founder
of their alma mater.
Libraries in many cities will call at
tention to Franklin as the founder of
THE LAUGH IS ON TOM
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Mo-No-Ho VvA5EAWur PKCAUS6 Voo wus ) . -V. In
MO-OAOOV- Y Me THAT'S SO 51TTW IU THAT -V, M
DR. LENA A. BOONE Chiropractor
Office hours 10 to 12; 1:10 to 6:00.
30S E, Court SU, Laats Apt. 16, Phone
HIGH GRADE PIANOS of pleasing
tone quality. Players of Individuali
ty. Its the construction that counts.
.See piano on display, write or phone
llie Bee Hive, 628 Main St, Phone
107 J. P. DarnolL Factory Rep.,
Moler ft Chass Piano Co.
Painting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. L. i. McAtee, the Practical
Faint Man. Lowe Bros., Painta.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS ft CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 304 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Paidleton, Ore.
CALL PEN LAND BROS. Transfer van
to move your household goods. We
also pack or store goods. We do coun
try hauling. Telephone S3. . .
DR. FLOYD CROUP
Room 109 American Bank Bldg.
Phone 326 . Pendleton, Ore.
PLUMBING AND HEATLNG James
McXair All work promptly attend
ed to. 206 W. Webb, Pendleton Ore
gon. Residence Pboae 714-W, Office
ALTA?" AUTO RXmATORWWtKS
701 East Alta street. All makea ot
radiators repaired. Work guaraBteed,
C. Blasbent, Prop.
THE QUELLE A good place to eat.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
nR- H. It. HANAVAN Dentistry,
Room f. Temple Bldg, none ttx.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
OPTICAL Dept. any stxe, style or
shape glass while you wait. D. N.
Roller, M. D 7, S. 4, Beits Bldg.
WE BUY, SELL or exchange house
hold goods. We also do general fur
niture repair work Phone 622, Riley
ft Kemp, 623 Main St.
SECOND HAND DEALERS
V. STROBLE, dealer In new and sec
ond hand goods. Cash paid for
second hand goods, cheapest place
to buy household goods,10 E. Court
pbone 121 W. : '
SNOW ft DAYTON, 11T E. Court St.,
Real Estate. Fire Insurance. Farm
Loans. See ua about a loan.
JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING your junk to the Pendleton
Hide ft Junk Co. See us before you
sell. L. D. Cameron, prop.
PERFECT DEVELOPING and prim
ing for the amateur enlarging.
Prompt work, Tallinan Drug Co.
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer Shop.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
THE most up-to-date effectual lead
big science practised, E. F. Gibson
P. S. T.; N. D. Room 12 Peebler Bldg.
SURVEYOR AND ENGINEER
LAND SURVEY General engineering
work. Z. A. Lansdale, C. KL, River
side, Pendleton, Ore.
(47 Main St.
; THESE ARE GOOD ONES
Just made from "Winesap apples
Del Monte Fetet Fois Feas These are an excellent
grade of sugar peas, can 35c
Dajnty Cakes 20c
Butternut Bread in Rye, Graham and Whole
The Dean Tatom Co,
Meat Dept. OC
Grocery Dept. CQQ
llbe fiiit.uiilo.l'lwary in the eoloule