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DAJLy EAST OUEGONIAN, ' PENDLETON, OEECON, - THURSDAY EVENING, FSEHUAHY JO, 1921.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found,
Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
' This Directory' Is "especially handy for the cut-of-towh reader who may want the name and address of responsible business men who represent
the following linens. All are reliable, reuponaiblo business concerns who stand ready to give you prompt service.
For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
C3 OCT UJISfflKS:
WANTED Housekeeper '
CbU 687 Itefcrences.
THE KIN uKiilnnt the Holy (ihimt
Hear Fleming, Oregon Theatre.
itl'XJlSTKHKl) Shorthorn bull ut Dr.
C. W. Lassen's ranch. Service fees on
WANTKU Job on runch as house
keeper for men, by elderly lady
FOR J! ENT J housekeeping room
Including bnth. I'hoiit 269-J or
call nt 220 Long St.
FOIt SALB Fullblood White Leghorn
eggs for . hutching. One dollar,
($1.00) th hatch. Mrs. llrunilt, 001)
011 SALK l oCormnok Combine
with Lelioy engine. In A-l oidur.
Tlaricaln. Can be w,en at Dr. C. W.
Lsjowo'h ranch Ht tttversldo.
To Introduce our kodak work e
will finish I too one roll and one urlnt
each. Ward Studio.
Strayed from Cayitae, hay saddle
horse, about 1100 HiinilM; star In fore
head; no brand visible. Notify Thomas
Gillette, Cayuso Ore. Liberal reward.
TiA.NTf.u To lend you money on
your home or business property.
Tay back llko rent. Can bo paid off at
any time without penalty.
Snow ft Dayton.
CMATILLA Indian Reservation maps
for sale Township blue print maps
showing old and new allotments, pat
Anted, tribal and trustland. Absolutely
t-orroft to (jaie for snl at Umatilla
agency, 12.90 each set. -Cash or cherlt
lo accompany order. Delivery within
thirty days. E. L. Swartsdunder, Supt.
Not "for five years have I been able
to offer as good value In medium farm
land as 1 can at this time.
Lot 1,-4 SO acre farm, good build
ing, rtfbntng water, loo acres grow
ing crop, stock. Implements and ma
chinery, cattle, hogs, fowls; will be on
Jtlarl et road, la on rural route, about
400 acres under plow, Ideal location
for a heme, only 122.50 per acre. 1
also have 100 acres fine bunch grass1
fast ure, well fenced and watered, some
good Umber, very accessible, $6.50 per
ere. Can give liberal terms on any
Unds I have for sale.
. . N. HKRKELET. HIS K. Alta.
Notice of Itids for Heal IXiute
Pealed bids will bo received at the
City Recorders Office In Pendleton,
Oregon up to February 16th. 1S21 at 5
(clock P. M. .for the purchase of Lot
N'o. 4, Jilock No. c, Livormore'a Addi
tion to the City of Pendleton. The
Common Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
This notice is published hy order of
the Common Council of The City of
Pendleton nnd dated this 4th day of
Pebruury 1921. -
THOU. F1TZ GEHALD,
Came to my place one brown mare,
four years old, star In forehead, brand
ed JV on left shoulder. Owner can
have same by paying for this ad. Her
bert Thompson, rendleton, Ore.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
Fon RENT Furnished roora-
ROOM and board for men only
403 E. Webb.
WANTED TO IH'Y Lot rir House and
1 lot. Address "&5' this office. .
FUR RENT 2 room apt. with sleep
Ill)? porch Phono 2KSI-W, 307 Aura.
FOR RENT Furnished 2 room apart
ment eloso In 401 Aura SL
FOR RENT Suite of housekeepink
rooms at &0l Clay No children.
FOR RENT Steam heated apartment
11! E. lihfh St. Phono (54-J or 277.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
rooms. 301 S. Main St ,W. M. Tlndel.
FOR RENT Room with , sleeping
Porch and use of bath. Phone 747
FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car,
good shape chcapr Bus 885. -
FOR SALE We nave a few (rood
used Fords priced from 1125. to $375
These are all worth the money call
and see them Simpson Auto Co.,
Wafer and Jolinson Sta,
DESCRIBES EARAffi FIRE
(Fast iregunlan Sixclul.)
ADAAIK. Feb; 10. Tile Adams
Kara bo was destroyed by flro at 10:30
yesterday. The mechanics were work
ing on a car which 'exploded from a
thort circuit. John Hale was there and
hastened to the fire house for thn
chemical engine, but when this was
procured all efforts were futile, the
fire was too far under wny. Tho little
llacksmlth shop nearby was damagel
to some extent. j
All cure woro taken out except two.
Everything Inst was covered by Insur
John Pierce drove to Adams today
to do some shopping.
The recent hcajy rains hnve madi
the county roads very bad and mnst.of
the farmers are driving ther borne
and buggies now. It looks like old
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurk, of Idaho,
are the guests of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Dames fr the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John Perlnger, of
Onksdale, Wash., are the guests of Mr.
und Mrs. Bert .Klrby for the week-end.
John Halo motored to Adams today
When the fire bell Tang yesterday
everyone responded to the cnll and a
large crowd was there helping. As It
w... n .till dav and no wind, no other
buildings caught on flro amljill wcreTI
good and wet from tb rains.
Miss Helen Make and mother were
Tendleton business visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. U L. Llcuallen and
daughters Doris and Dena motored to
Pendleton Saturday. t
Mr. and Mrs. L. Parr and Bon of
Athena were In Pendleton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilnhmnn were In Pen
dleton Saturday, shopping.
Evnrd McCollum, was In Pendleton
Saturday ( , ,, ,
F. M. Whltely visited In Pendleton
Jim Painter was among the Fcnme
ton visitors Saturday.
, Dun and Laurence Mclntyre of Helix
motored to Adama Saturday to meet
their sister Miss Gwendolyn Mclntyre
of Pendleton high school who spent
the week-end at home
Miss Helen Hlake of Pendleton high
school came homo Saturdny and re-
turned lo school on wmaa. i
Mostcr Roll Morrison nnd slslerl
Ocraldlue attended the dance In Pen
dleton Sunday evening.
Mr and Mrs. Revella Lleuallen mo
tnred to IVrndlcton Saturday nd at
tended the High school basketball
game between Pendleton and
Mrs. lnman who has been sick, is
nble t' be out again.
Adams Chicken Association met at
the school house on Thursday evening
with a good attendance of members
and ail ena8cd In the different topics
bman returned to his homo
,y Adams after a Vlp.to Orant
Mr. and Mrs. 1. C.reen went to Per,,
dleton Monday on business and to do
to Adams today to do some KhnPPir.
Th, parent teachers meeting was
hold ut the Adam, school
large audience was In lnf","" "
all enjoved the program of the cbll-
Tf il'TTPfJ'J KKTATK
The hnlrs of the E. M. and Polly
Peck estate have decided to offer by
.ealedblds the SO acres of alfalfa and
wheat land hy said estate.
This Ideal home tract is located one
mile south of College Place on the pav
ed road and is strictly one of tho most
Ideal homo tracts to be found In the
Inland Empire. Running water for(
Irrigation, beautiful location, dally
paper delivered at your door and also
dally cream route and bus line to Wal
la Walla. Good house and fair barn.
This place is divided by the con
crete paved road, 20 acres on bno side
and "0 acres on tho other. You will
have to see this property to appreciate
It. . Phone 49FJ and make arrange
ments to look the place over and If you
v. s-h lo place a bid on It separately or
as a whole with the privllcKe of tak
ing It all, you may mail or hand your
hid to John H. Pedlgo, riaker Bldg.,
Walla Walla. Wash. Will receive bids
up to Feb. 15.
C. HOMER MORRISON'.
FOR RENT Sice sleeping rooms with
hot and cold water close In
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, furnace
heat,' free bath, men- only. Phone
07, a. m 37S-J after 5 p. m.
FOR RENT Furnlfhed bed room in
private family furnaced heated
for one or two gentlemen.
"0" this office, y
Weston-Pendleton Auto Stage
Leaves Weston for Pendleton at
7:3(1 a. m. and 12:45 p. m.
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
1:00 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 D. m.
. O. H. McPHERp.IN, Prop,
COL. W. F. TOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgls & Storie'g Implement
Co., for sale dates.
Pilot Rm-k-I'endleton Auto Stage
Leaves Pilot Rock at 8 a. m.
Leaves Pondlcton at 10:30 a. m.
Leaves Pilot Rock at 1 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton at 4 p. m.
7 MEN WITH YEARS of experience
Motor inn Garage, 722 Cottonwood.
Ward A. Jloagland, Prop..
GEORGE W. COUTTS, Attorney 1
Law, JRoom 17. Schmidt block.
R. 1. KEATOR, Attorney at Law,
Room 24, Kmltli-Crawford Building.
CARTER & SMYTH E, Attorneys at
Law. , Offices In rear of American
National Bank Building.
RAO TxUG3 and carpets woven. Also
first class crocheting and embroid
ery. All orders promptly filled. See
Wheelers, at 1300 W. Railroad.
WE WASH and clean the finest rl'gs
satisfactorily. References given.
We make fluff rugs from old carpets.
IqUr9 i Walla Wall Rug and Carpet Clean
ing wo. i-aone ion.
FEE & FEE, Attorneys at Law.
ficea In Dustin Building.
S. A. LOWELL .Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office In Jjespain BJdg-
8. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law,
FOR . RENT A. large, airy, front
HAY far sale George- 'eP'"g room, Ulrectry . connected
Riverside, phone-297-W. I y"la oam ciose in t-none 5.2 or M
I qnn Hi ine liee mve.
FOR SALE All klnos of Insurance, j
J. H. Estes, 614 Main St., Phone 04.
FOR SALE One Walnut player piano
good as new, will sell for 3350.00
til 2 W. Court St.
FOR SALE Self-propelled combine
harvester, 1918 model, good shape
terms 8turgls & Storie.
DRIED PRCXEH 9c to 13c prepaid, 10
lbs. or more. Loganberry plants 4ci
R. V. Ohmart, BUIem, Ore.
WANTED Sewtag plain or fancy
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
The East Oregonlan office.
WANTED Girl for general house
work In family of two Phene 1148.
FOR SALE Setting eggs from pur
bred Rhode Island Reds. Can de
liver anytime. Phone 331-J.
FOIt SALE Beardless spring barley
for seed at St. Andrews School
Reservation 3 cents per pound. .
FOR SALE About 130 tons alfalfa
hay, some mixed with barley. George
Geanokopulas, Rlclh Ore., Phone 23F4.
WANTED Old stoves and broken
-901 Main, Phone 115G-
MARRY AT ONCE We put you In
' correspondence with thousands of
charming and refined ladies who wish
to marry, many worth from 31,000 to
$25,000 and upward. . Particulars free,
Address Allen Ward, B 751, . Valley,
PETERSON, BISHOP 4 CLARK, At
torneys at Law. Rooms S and 4
JAMES B. TERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor Hardware Com
HEMSTITCHLN'O at the Singer Shop.
Mall orders promptly attended to.
HEMSTITCHING Mall order Mrs.
Ralph HaEscll 417 Bush, fboa
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's an agent In yonr town.
Troy Laundry, 60S (Tardea 6k .
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 101 E. Court
St., Plionc 60 We maintain a com
plete mendln, department.
MADE TO MEASURE
' Carl E. lYsawa, EVkm BIOS.
DALB ROTHWELL Optemetrtot ao4
Optician. Glasses ground to fit your
eyes. A men, an Nation" 1 San mag.
RALE Y, RALEY A STE1WER, Attor
neys at Law. Office la American
National IVnk Building.
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
'B REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile, W. E. Ohase Co.
W. a. FISHKI txd Riley k. Kemp,
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law, Room 24, Smith -Crawford
Dlt. O. E. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bids. Tele
phones, office 508; Residence 37 a. W.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
PLUM BI NO AND HEATINO James
McN'air All worX promptly attend
ed to: 30! W. Webb, Pendleton Ore
gon. incidence Ptxrno 710-W, Offlro
I'bone M23. ,
WANTED TO LEASE Nine or ten
room hoosA on Knt-tti ci.la Uim
have four bedrooms. R. D. Sayres.
Notice; of Chattel Slortgnco Bale
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. Second Northwestern
Finance Corporation, a corporation.
by virtue of the chattel mortgage,
lb tod April g, 1920, executed by An
drew S. Kerr, to 1. D. Latham and re
corded January 24, 1921, In the Rec
ords of Chattel Mortgages of Umatilla
County, Oregon, securing tho payment
of note dnd debt therein described, of
even date therewith, for 33672.40,
bearing interest at 8 per oent, per an
num from maturity of said note (and j
by the holder of said note and mort
gage, same was declared due on No
vember 29, 1920-sakl note with said
chattel mortgage "naving been endors
ed, transferred and assigned by said
I. D. Latham to said corporation prior
to tho maturity thereof for valuable
consideration, the conditions of said
chattel mortgage having Ueen broken
by the mortgagor, has taken posses
sion of the property thereby mortgag
ed, to wit: One Denby Motor Truck,
steel lined dump body with a Woods
hoist. Factory No. 6135, Motor No.
6C64, truck model No. 7, and will sell
the same to the highest bidder for cash
at' 11 o'clock In the forenoon on the
second day of February, 1921, at the
front door of the garage of the West
ern Auto Company, one the corner ot
Cottonwood and Water Streets in The
Citv of Tendleton, Umatilla County,
Oregon, the proceeds of sale to be ap
plied to the payment of costs and ex
penses of sale and of taking possession
and keeping property, and expenses of
foreclosing. Including a reasonable
sum as attorneys fees, and tho pay
ment ot the amount due upon the note
secured by said chattel mortgage.
Dated this 14th day of January,
SECOND NORTHWESTERN T1-
BY ZOETII IIOL'SER, Sheriff and
FOR SALE OR RENT 5 acres of
fruit and alfalfa land Vt mile from
HermlHtouAddreKs Box 63 or Phone
SEVERAL uncalled for suits and over
coats for sale, real bargains, all
sixes. Emil Bock, 641 . Main St.,
FOR SALE New furniture 1 brown
leather davenport, 2 brown leather
rocking chairs, 1 Mahal Vi'ilton rug,
9x12; 1 library table Phone 891-J.
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 14 H. P.
Stover gas engine, mounted oa wag
on bed with wide Iron wheels. Guar
anteed In first class condition. Will
trade for Ford. Simpson Auto Co.
2tf00 prime 4 lb. chickens,
3o lb. Ship C. O. D. to
Johnnie Jones, Walla Walla, Wash.
WANTED Second hand goods of all
kinds. We pay cash.' Steven's Fur
niture and Repair Shop, 901 Main St.,
WANTED Housekeeper for family of
four in country also man to milk
cows. Call 2F2, Echo Ore., or addresa
I. F. Hale, Echo, Oregon. .
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Ortggf
Cigar Store- Fbone 1075
TRUCKS FOR HIRE Country work.
Klssler & Hemmelgarn. Phone
381-R or 999-W 619 Marie St
FOR QUICK SERVICE, call Bud
Cornfield, Phone 52, Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phone 10E9-R.
H. L. HEDRICK Automobile and
truck repairing car laundry in con
nection. 717 Garden Street.
dren and spent a pleasant evenlne.
Roy Devergln is sawing wood for
tho Tum-A-Ltim Lumber Co. now with
ala steam saw.
PHICHESTCR S Fill
1 .IIWISsB IIHM I'll.l.S. loi I
t 4 JILLS FILATOV ITCH
Every ycar Bnlgarla holds a na
tional beauty contest This year's
prize' has Just been awnrded by
the national committee to Mile
Pllntovitch of Soils There were
thousands of entrants from all set
tloui of the country
Houses of all sizes, ranging In price
from $1400 to $12,000. Corns and see
ine If you want to buy a home.
GEORC.E V. ELDER '
818 Main St.
Res. Phone 972-W Phono 993
Five room residence, west end,
11700.00. Also many other houses
from 4 to 8 rooms, some on easy pay
ments. George W. Elder
813 Main St. Phone 93
APTS. AND ROOMS ALTA APTS.
-Furnished Apt. Phone
' Wanted to Plow
Wo will plow any amount up to 1000
acres; starting work anytime. G. E.
1'eringer Ranches Co., Box 134, Pen
dleton. WANTED To lend you money on
your home or business property.
Pay back like rent. Can be paid off at
any time without penalty.
fcnow and Dayton
THE "PIONEER" AUTO MAN Satis
faction guaranteed. We repair any
make. Glenn Long, 633 Cottonwood.
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 18
months. W. B Chase Co., 328 E.
Court. Telephone 269, Pendleton.
FREST-O-LJTE BATTERIES Best
by competitive test. Serv on all
makes of b'tteries, guaranteed "'--O-Lile
Sex rice Station, 4U4 . Court
CHIC FOOD, Scratch food, tonics,
bono, shell, grit, com, eats, rolled
barley. Umatilla Hour A CnUa Co.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, . automobiles and ' general
blacksmithing. Round-Up Garage,
Parks & Nebergattv 111 nest Webb.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PENDLETON CYCLE CO. AJax, Re
vere and Savage tires. 228 K. Court
MRS. ADA FIELD Spirella corsetlere
Phone 824-W. Address 814 Jane,
ALL KINDS of patients cared for by
experienced nurse 800 W. Webb
PHONE I. C. SNYDER. 275-M for tho
man that has swept your chimneys
for fifteen years.
$200,000 to Ijoan
On good wheat land until first ot
April. 'C. W. Vonderahe, FTeewater,
ALL KINDS of furnace and stove re
pairing, pipe fitting and chimney
cleaning satisfaction guaranteed
Phone 622. -
L. S. BENTLEY & CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tiro service, oils
and accessories Alta and Garden Sta.
WALLACE BROS. Fisk tires, cords
or fabric. We do our own adjust
Ing. 808-12 Johnson St.
GERTSON & MARTY Gates Half
Soles, 6000 miles guaranteed 1-2
cost of new tires. 637 Cottonwood St
PENDLETON RUBBER '& SUPPLY
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich Sil
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup S05 E. Court. ,
SIMPSON TIRE SERVICE CO. Re
public and Firestone tires, cords or
fabric 223 E. Court St., Phone 651.
GADWA'S AUTO TOPS, Plate Glass,
Backs, Side Curtains 201 East
DOINGS OF THE DTJFFS
THE PLUMBER BELIEVES IN SAFETY.
SNOW DAYTON, 117 E. Court St,
Real Estate. Flro Insurance. Farm
Loans. See us about a loan.
JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING your junk to tho Pendleton
Hide & Junk Co. See us before you
sell. T. T. Cameron, Prop.
YimmtP II ..... f oH.HELEhi! the. " J
I 1 CAMe?-i rAf 0,0 BRINGS I PLUMBER IS HERETO. I r
; 1 . ilk'
.; ' ii - 1' !
PARKER & BAN FIELD, Designing.
Engineering, Constructing, 16 years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third North Port
PHONOttKAPH REPAIRING All
makes Warren's Maas? aTtwssj, M
Main SU Phona lie.
PIANOS AND PUYERS
HIGH GRADE PIANOcS of pleasing
tone quality. Players of Individuali
ty. Its tho construction that eounUk
See piano on display, write or phono
lira Be Hive, 638 Mala St, pttona
1076 J. P. Daraall, Factory Bop
Moler & Chass Piano Co. ' i ,
Painting and Paper Hanging
DR. JL.C. ELLSWORTH Specializing
in nervous disease and diseases of
women. 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 8:3 p. m.
Evenings 7 to 8. Phone JOB, Smith-
Craw ford Building.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picturo Fram
ing. Jj, J. HcAtee, ths Practical
Faint Man. Lowe Bros Paints. .
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORK
701 East Alta street. All makes of
radiators repaired. Work ffuarantood,
C. Blasuerg, Prop. , . . . ....
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS & CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 304 W.
Webb- St. Phone S21, Pendleton. Ore.
I CALL PENLAND BROS. Transfer van
to move your household goods. e
also pack or store goods. Wo do ooun
try hauling. Telephone S39.
Dr. H. M. Hanavan
Room, 7, Temple Building. Phono 772
THE "QUELLE A ood plac to ftC
SECOND HAND FURNITURE,
MATTRJ2SSBS The best values- to.
the city, 35 lb. silk floss, $1T.0
45 lb. cotton 810.00 Phono (23,
Riley & Kemp. 523 Main St. ,
SECOND HAND DEALERS
V. STROBLE, dealer in new and soe-
ond hand goods. Cash paid :for
second hand groods. Cheapest placo
to buy household goods,910 E. Covxi
phone 721 W. , , ..s
THE most up-to-date effectual load
ing science practised. T. Gibson
P. 8. T. ; N. D. Room 12 Pee bier Bldg.
Tl J II Ihflsllsii ii ' ii i i sTi ViaVl liltTj
847 Msln St. i'
PAROOM MC. BUT I ViAMT TO
CAirnoN woo to cxeecise cars.
, VJHCH DOING WOUR VJORK-AtLTHe
FLOORS UAVe BEEN HlGULW
P0U5HED AMD ARC W PERFKT
J OH 00NT VORSi ABOUT Mfi
J H suppw'.laoi-ivecpr J y .
J I If I COIVB ill MJ tUnf.ll f." II
Strictly Fresh Chinock
Columbia River Smelt
2 pounds 25c
. 40c each
Rome Beauty or
Medium size, good
quality, 25c doz.
Graham, rye, whole
The Dean Tatom Co.
' Meat Dept. Off , . .
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