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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1021.
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Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found,
For Rent; Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
This Directory Is especially handy foe the out-of-town reader woo may want the name and address of responsible business) ntest who represent
to following lines. All are reliable, responsible business concerns who stand ready to give you prompt service. . . -.. . '
G L A. S
FOR SALE Canary birds Phono 50 3
LOST On Tuesday th 1 1th. i( rlnif,
wt with ruhy Phone 204-11 for re
LOST Hill book containing notes und
latter finder return to East ore-Conliin.
FOR HALE Office desk nnd u 10 font
display tuhlfiijoi Norn, ,M,iin,
KOI 'NO Purse contalnliiK
Owner may have hhiih! by
property Hint paying fr
Foil SALE - While Leghorn lialy
chirks fir,. ok per ion. Write for
cnltilimne.. H. V. JUuxon, Wiillu Wuliu.
FOR SALETWO dozen White Leg
j horn laying pullets. A. II. Klrby,
, I Adams, Oru.
FOR SALE rnlverxal runge, 8 dlnlng
- room chairs, sanitary coin-It anil
mattress, li.- springs mid mattress
304 Losan St., Pb.jne 4H4-W.
WANTED Sell iih your nld stove und
broken furniture or we will repair
them for you. We buy, Hell and repair
oil kinds of second hand goods. Stev
ens Furniture and Repair Shop, 901
North .Main, Phone 1 156, '
Anv one wishing to buy an accordlan
Ploater write to Mrs. 11, llltealf La
To Introduce our kodak -work we
will finish 11-ee one roll and one print
each. Ward Studio.
Notice to Itoiind-l'rr Ktookholdcra
The postponed annual - meeting of
the stockholders of tho Northwestern
Frontier Exhibition Association will
be held upon Tuesday, January 25th,
at 7:30 p. m., In the offices of tho
r-ecrctary of the Pendleton Commercial
Club In the Elk's Building.
H. W. COLLINS, President.
C. If. HARSH, Secretary.
FOR SALE 880 acres winter pasture
Inquire. James K. Hill, Pendleton,
OR RENT Furnished room Phonal PENDLETON RUBBER A HUPPLT I
-K. CO. Harney Old field, Goodrich Bil
c-V. I vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vaou-
f OR RENT A 3 and 2 room Ants. ! um run arm
oui Atiia, 1'iione zsy-w.
FOR RENT One and two room fur
nished apts. 402 Tustin St.
FOR RENT Room with sleeping
porch and use of bath. Phone 747
FOR RENT Downstairs sleeping
room, close In. Men only, phone 886-R
SIMPSON TIRE SERVICE CO. Re
public and Firestone tires, cords or
fabric 223 li Court St., Phone 651.
Law, Room 17, Schmidt block.
R:.h KATi:Airn.- .ff W HEMSTITCHINO at the Singer Shop,
Room 24, Smith-Crawford ltulkllng.
CARTER A SMYTHS, Attorneys at
Law. Offices In rear of American
National Bank Building.
HOLSE FOR RENT On South Hill
For Information phone 510-M.
I-OR RENT Room In Failing Dldg.
urnlshed or unfurnished. Inquire
901 Main, Room 6.
FOR SALE 6 head of good mules, 10
head of horses all good stock See
fiturglg & Storle.
Foil RENT Down stairs front bed
room close in. In Private home with
N ard. phone 292-W. uttS
FOR SALIC One white Hoofler kitch
en cabinet Almost now Price 136
Inquire 300 Tustin. .
THOROUGH H RED Roosters Rhode
Island RcdB for sale, George Wach
tel. Phone 297-W.
CORK, .Jan, Zi. (A.; P.) In the
first formal Inti rvk-y given to the press
S.nco ho came to Roland, Mujor-ticn-
eial Strickland, In command of the
' troops told the Associated Press today
, that martial law n proving a sue
ess. Ho discussed the reprisals and
his It. tier to the acting lord mayor of
explaining thai ho expected aid from
tho cltixcns through a vliillnnce com
mltteo to supply Information. He did
rot allude to his report on the burning
Among statements made by the gen
eral, was one that women carried
veaona concealed In
the ambushing forces. H declare
he did not. expert Immediate results
from martial law but even hefete It
was Imposed the murder gang was
finding it Impossible to live at home
ar.d had Ik-hum to form flying columns
In the Mai room dlstrlet and parts of
Tlpperary and Kilkenny.
"The first result of martial law was
to make these columns more active,"
he said. "The definite thing we are
accomplishing is tho breaking of tho
organization or the republican army.
Until martini law -was dealared that
organisation was remarkably effi
Xotlce of Pnymcnt of city of Pendleton
FOR SALE Five room modern bun
galow .half basement Terms, In
quire SIS W. High St.
FOR RENT Furnished bed room In
private family furna.-ed heated
for one or two gentlemen. Inquire
"90" this office.
MRS. ADA FIELD Fpirella corsctler.
Phone 824-W. Address (14 Jane.
ALL KINDS of patients cared for by
experienced nurse 800 W. Webb
SCHOOL GIRL will care for children
after school and evenings Call Apt.
f Alt House.
ALL KINDS of furnace fend stove re
pairing, pipe fitting and chimney
cleaning satisfaction guaranteed
FEE & FEE, Attorney, at Lav.,
fices In Despaln Building.
8. A. LOWELL .Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office In Despaln RUIZ.
S. A. NEWBERRT, Attorney at Law,
Perioral Building. ' i
PETERSON, BISHOP A CLARK, At
torneya at Lw. Room X And 41
Smith -Crawford Bids,
WANTED 2 turkey hens. Phone 40.
WANTED Plain sewing of all kinds.
WANTED Woman to work in coun
try, Phono 239-M after 2:30.
FURNITURE FOR RALE S
Apt. for lent Phone 1100,
.WANTED Sewing plain or fancy
room Phor.e J06-M.
RAQ hCGS and carpets woven. Also
first class crocheting and embrold
ery. All orders promptly filled.-
Wheelers, at 1300 W. Railroad.
WE WASH and clean the finest rfgs
satisfactorily. References given.
We make fluff rugs from old carpets,
walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
Ing Co. phone 177.
JAUES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law
Offlc-o over Taylor Hardware Com
I LA LET, RALET & STEIWER, Attor
neys at Law. Office In American
National U;iU Building.
II. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Room 24, Smith -Crawford
I PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 18
THE OREGON JOURNAL delivered ! months. W. K Chase Co., 120 E.
to cents a month. Sunday tncluded-
O TV. Hooker, agent. Office, Alice
Shinning Parlors (Al Richardson's
FOR SALIC Self -propelled
Nnlle I. hrh i .. . "'"ui, guoa saape
p-ii . . r' "l terms Htnrgis & Btorle.
. - imiuwii iiuinovriiieiil iionas .NO. I,
WANTED GOOD- CLEAN RAGS ATiPla0 09 Main St. Phon 622.
combine1 J no Eapt Oresonian office.
ferles J, and No. 19. Series 12. will b.jFOR PALE About 130 tons alfalfa
paid upon presentation thereof to thei hay, some mixed with barleyfleor'-je
undersiKncd at tho American National 'Oeanokopulas, lileth Ore., Phone 23F4.
nana, j'eiidleton, Umutilla County,
Oregon, after Feb. 1, 1921.
Interest on the above bonds cease
Feb. 1, 1921.
Dated Jan. 18. 1921.
Treasurer of City of Pendleton. By H,
W. Dickson, Deputy.
WANTRlV Tnrfcow ..v.v.i.
j H,,U HUUU1C1,!
ArldreM n.,v ttr n..jtann .... !
KING RADIATOR WORKS-Radlat-
NoUou of Rids to FurniHli laimlHsr
Notlce In hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the City Recorder In Pendleton, Ore
gon UU to fi n'eloelc 1. Xf in C-nhv-iiftw
their skirts Co '2nd 1921 for furnishing to the City ot
rendleton, 9000 feet of lumber 4 In.
by 12 in. by It feet F. O. B. Lee Street
Bridge In tho city of Pendleton, The
Common Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon this
19th. day of January 1921.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
FOR SALE OR TRADE New bunga
low, 610 W. High Call there or In
quire of C. P. Strain at County Asses
or', office Terms.
WANTED Underwood typewriter In
Rood condition. Address "83" care j
ors mad. and repaired. All makes.
I wora Kuaranieea. j. jting,
Prop., no Water St. (Upstairs.)
Court. Telephone 269, Pendleton.
PREST-O-LITE EATTERIES Best
by competitive test. Service on all
makes of batteries, guaranteed. Preet-O-Ute
Service Station, 406 E, Court
Mall orders promptly attended to.
HEMSTITCHING Mall orders Mrs.
Ralph Massell 41.7 Bush, Fbona
EVERT Article Lanndered Perfectly.
There's an agent ' in your town.
Troy Laondry, COS Garden 66.
MADE TO MEASURE
Carl EL IMnseen, EXka BOM.
DALB ROTH WELL Optemetrtst aod
Optician. Glasses ground to fit yoo
eyes. American . at moat Bank Bldgi
DR. G. E. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Burgeon, Judd Bids;. Tele
phones, office SOS; lUeldesKse S7fW,
'WANTED WORK ON RANCH f!en.
eral repair "work. Inquire II. P
Norton, Arlington Rooms.
jGADWA'S AUTO TOPS. X'late Glass,
i Backs, Kde Curtains 201 East
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
Waeksmithing. Round-Up Garage,
Parks & Xebertptll, 212 Wont Webb.
CHIC FOOD, Scratch food, tonics,
bone, shell, grit, corn, oats, rolled
barley. Umatilla Flour A Grain Co.
FOR SALE Few good young
horses and two saddle horses
work j ANTED !y married man Work on
rantn with house furnished Write
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
will trade. for stock cattle. Address H.
P. Whitman. 'pendloton or Phone 418.
.John Uirkh, 301 S. Main St., City.
Call For Bids
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received on of before
January 24th, 12L by the undersign
ed, at the office of Carter A Smythe,
I attorneys. In the American National
"it mlBht he tken as too optimist to j Bank building, Pendleton, Oregon, for
Say that the present operations ot the j the house located on the lot on the
republic aro Its dying kick, but Ijcorner of East Alia and Thompson
believe that to be a fact. How Ions 1 btreets, In Pendleton, aforesaid be
FOR SALE OR TRADRJ 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. .
WOMW WANTS POSITION Car
Ini? for sick person, can pive sweed
ish massage, if desired. Address
8s this office.
FOR SALE Three two year old regis
tered Shorthorn bulls. Four two
year old registered roan Shorthorn
heifers. One registered Ilolstein cow.
Address Inquiries to P. O. Box No. 538.
Walla Walla, Wash..
Houses of all sizes, ranging In price
from 11400 to $12,000. Come and see
me If you want to buy a home.
GEOHGR W. KLDETl
818 Main St.
Res. Phone 972.-W Phone 995
OPEN FOR EMPLOYMENT-
aged man. Pleasing personality,
cnpablo of giving the public courteous
service. Experienced in hotel, restaur
ant, commissary, accountancy, laundry
marker and distributor. Inquire C. L.
Gallagher, Senate Rooms.
they can keep going Is a matter of
conjecture. Hut It Is only a question
of time." , .
In reply to a question ns to what re
sults had been obtained by the procla
longing to him, purchase must remove
the house from the lot within 60
days from day of sale, and to give
bond In sura of $3000.00 to perform
contrart, rii?h,t reserved to reject any
matlons demanding the surrender of, and all bids.
arms, the general admitted It prob- Dated January, 17th, 1921.
ably was true that the number of arms i ' A. A
personally surrendered could tie count
ed on the fingers of one hand, but add
d: "In one way or.jinot.her arms are
The general spoke bitterly or the v. ........ ... i..u....u, w.-
part the alleged woman were taking. "I February 2nd. J921 at t
"The military are not making warl" clock P. M. of said day, for the pur-
i...rferinr with ihem." i chase of 822,000.00 General Indebted-
Notkp of Bids for Bonds
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids-will be reoolved nt the office of
he said, "so. the difficulty of gettlni
the arms In (he possession of the wom
en mny be Imagined.'1
ori:;o wool unsold.
BAKER. Ore.. Jan. 22. (A. P.)
Approximately eighty fi-' per cent of
the 1 3,000.000 pound wool clip Is
yet unsold, nronrdlni to compilations
made here. Ten per cent of the clip
is still In the hands of itv- trnwers, It
Is estimated, fifteen per cent has been
sold and seventy five per cent has
been sent to various s warehouse
throughout the state. 'ft .
According to Baker bankers, there
Is absolutely .no market for wool nor
sellers In the market, and presumably
all growers are marking time except
in. caaea.of. forced liquidation.
RIG PURSE FOR BOB 1
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Saw - r? 'xfeA'l
ness Rnnds of the City of Pendleton,
bearing date of March 1st. 1921 and
running 80 years, optional after 20
years, and bearing Interest at the rale
of S per cent per annum payable Semi
annually at the City Treasurers office
In Pendleton, Oregon. Each bid must
be accompanied by a certified check ot
5- per cent of the face value of tho
bonds bid for mado payable to tho or
der of tho Mayor of The City of Pen
dleton, to bo rctumotr to the bidder If
unsuccessful, and to be forfeited to
the City of Pendleton if the bidder is
awarded the bonds and falls to take
ami pay for same In accordance with
tho terms of his said bid. Tho Com
mon Council reserves tho right to. re
ject any and nil bids at lis pleasure.
Duted at Pendleton, Oregon this
19th day of January 1921.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Bunch, of keys Return to E.
Bob Martin Is wanud In Eng
land. Bob Welch, London pro
mntir. has offered the A. E. F
champ the biggest purse the kid
ever saw. "A guarantee of $20.-
noo for one- go! Not murh as;
nurses go nowadays, but to Fight
i n.h it u a whnnner. Martha's
trip Is temporarily . delayed.!
There's talk of atlckljig the soldier
champ In a LondOO ring Witt Joe
iisCfcttUfr - - " '
PARTY WHO EXCHANGED over
coats with mc at high school, night
of lath., call 243-J and get their own
FOUND On road between Mission
, and Cabbage Hill SO by 3 1-2 tire
and Inner tube on rim Owner may
have same by calling at Allon
Knight and Identifying tire and
paying for this ad.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
FOR BALD Ws tiavs a few good
used. Fords priced from $125. to $375
niece are all worth the money call
and see them Simpson Auto Co.,
Water and Johnson Sts.
FOR SALE 75 II. P. Holt Caterpillar
Sturgia A Storle.
FOR SALE All klnas of Insurance.
J. H. Estes, 614 Main St., Phone 604.
FOR SALE Oak dining room set of
8 pieces Phone 231-M, 520 Madison.
FOR SAUS 20 second hand sewing
machines on easy terms Singer
Sewing Machine Store.
NEW FARM LIGHTING PLANT
for sale, at coat. Wlllurd Service
APTS. AND ROOMS ALT A APTS.
?Ult RENT 2
room apt. 707 Lil-
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
M'H B BP AIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Cliaw Co.
W. O. FISHER Stand RHty A Kemp
eeeeeee e e e e 4-
Wcston-Peudlettm Auto Stage
Leaves Westcn for Pendleton at
7:30 a. ni. and 12.45 p. m.
Leaver Athena for Pendleton at
8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m.
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at t
8:20 a. in. and 1:29 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton (Allcn-Knlght
Co. Store) for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. m.
O. If. McPilERP.IN, Prop.
I PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing,
i Engineering, Constructing. 16 years
experience in concrete si .! i-tek con
jatruct'on. fit E. Third St., :v..r. h Poit-
land. On ant.
PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING- Ail
makes Warren's Malta Hosts, IM
Main St, Phone 524.
Pilot Rnck-ltudlcton Auto Stage
Leaves Pilot Rock at 8 a. m.
Leaves Pendleton at 10:30 a. m,
Leaves Pilot Rock at 1 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton at 4 p. m.
FANCHO STUBBLE FIELD,
DR. R. C. ELLS WO RTH Specializing
in nervous discaEa and diseases of
women. 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5:30 p. m.
Evenings 7 to 8. Phone 706, Smitli-
PIANOS AND PLAYERS
PIANO TUNING and repairing Jac
j Le Moun Phone 652-B,
HIGH GRADE PIANOS of rleasinj
tone quality. Players of lndlviduali
'ty. Its the construction that counts,
S-'t e piano on display, write or phone
llic Bee Hive, 628 Main Sc Pboue
H)7 J. P. DarnaU, Factory RP-,
Moler & Chaes Piano Co. -
Painting and Paper Hanging
DR. LENA A. BOONE Chiropractor
Office hours 10 to 12; 1:30 to 5:00,
309 E. Court 8U, Laati Apt.. 16, Phone
977. ' ,
CLEANING AND PRESSING
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store Phone 1075.
ROOM AND BOARD for men only
403 E. Webb.
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms,
inquire 210 South Main St.
FOR RENT Two roomed cottage
Phone 4S2 R.
TRUCKS FOR HIRE Country work.
ivissier & Hemmelgarn, Phone
1-R or 999-W 519 Marie St.
FOR QUICK SERVICE, Call Bud
Cornfield. Phone 52, Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Thone 1059-R.
PENDLETON CYCLE CO Ajax, Re
vere and Savage tires. 228 E. Court
ROOM WITH HOARD IN PRIVATE
Family. Phone 212-W.
;U S. BENTLEY & CO. Goodyear and
I Diamond Tires Tire service, ' oils
and accessories Alia and Garden Sts.
-Sleeping room Phone
FOR1 RENT Sleeping rooms, furnace
heat, free bath, men only. J'hone
407, a. m., 378-J after 6 p. m.
WALLACE- BROS. Fisk tires, cords
or fabric. We do our own adjust
ing. 808-12 Johnson St.
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgls & Storie'a Implement
Co., for sale dates.
7 MEN WITH. TEARS of experience.
Motor Inn Garage, 722 Cottonwood.
Ward A. Hoagiand, Prop.
THE "PIONEER" AUTO MAN Satis
faction guaranteed. We repair any
make. Glenn Long, 032 Cottonwood.
PERKINS & AMMONS, Automobile
Repairing. Ford, Chevrolet, Stude-
baker or any make of car. Service
at any time. 630 Cottonwood, Phone
GERTSON & MARTY Gates- Salt
Soles, 6000 miles guaranteed 1-2
cost of new tires 637 Cottonwood St. GEORGE W. COUTTS, Attorney at
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
THAT'S EVIDENCE ENOUGH, ISN'T IT? BY ALLMAN
Tom, l Dom T TIiink. ouii
Thb whole House is cold'
I'm TKVlMfi To
SET THE lAMDLOftOI
on The Phone AnO
HAVE HIM COME I
j 2I Right awav! I
Look, at That thermometer
5TRAM6E -VOU SA! VIHSJ
I SlfiilEO LEASE. THAT "
VOU'D HAVE THE FuRNfltE
REFWRED 80TW) ,
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MODEL TAILORS & CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 304 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Pendleton. Ore.
CAL.L PEN LAND BROS. Transfer Tan
to move your household goods. We
also pack or store goods. Ws do coun
try hauling. Telephone 339.
DR. FLOYD CROUP
Room 109 American Bank Bldg.
Phone 326 Pendleton, Ore.
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. L. J. McAtee, the Practical.
Faint Man. Lowe Bros., Paints. .
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUMBING AND HEATING Jams
McNair All work promptly attend
ed to. 20S W. Webb. Pendleton, Ore
gon. Residence Phone 748-W, Office)
Phone 623. i
RADIATOR REPAIRING '
ALTA. tVUTO -RADIATOR WORKS-
701 East Altai street. All makes of
radiators repaired. Work, guaranteed,
C. Blasberg, Prop. ;,
JJR. H. M. HANAVAN Dentistry,
noon) I, xempie xiag., nona iu.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
OPTIC AX, Dept. any size, style or
shape glass while you wait.- B N.
Rober, L D., 7, 8, 9, Belts Bldg.
SNOW A DAYTON, 117 E. Court fit,
Real Estate. Fire Insurance. Farm
Loans. See us about a. loan.
.JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING your junk to the Pendleton
Hide A Junk Co. See us before you
sell. L. D. Cameron, Prop.
PERFECT DEVELOPING and prim
ing for- the amateur enlarging.
Prompt work. Tallman Drug Co,
THE QUELLE A good place to eat.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
MATTRESSES The best values) In
the city, 35 lb. silk flasa, 817.50
45 lb. cotton $10.00 -Phone, 612,
Riley A Kemp, 523 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, 9J0 G. Coert
phone 721 W.
TUB most up-to-date effectual lead
ing science practised,!! F. Gihsoax.
P. a T.; N. D. Room II Peebler Bldg
647 Main St.
IfVwThimkTViat purmace I
IS AiLfacHT. oust pot
Vooe MAUD OM THAT j
PAOIATOR. ArtO SEE HOW
COLO IT &:J 1
EXPECT TO COQK
OH IT :
COOK. OM IT?
VIE KEEP THAT FOOD
OH THEUE W5TEAD
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Pimeiito 'Cheese, 2 for
Sweet Cider, gallon 60c
Country Cutter, roll .... ..... ...'1.00
Dainty Cakes, each 20c
Florida Grape Fruit, each . ....... 10c
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The Dean Tatom Co.
Meat Dept. Of? . .. Grocery Dept. CQQ
rhoneO Phone "00"