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Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals Lost, Found,
: For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference. ;
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FORI R.TSNT Small aimrtment-one
I forgo sleeping room Phone 1154,
FOIli RENT S-room house, strictly
modern furniture for sale--Phono
Atra ' 1
rtni kmt-neatou sleeping room
for tentlemnn 807 W. Court St.
tiiroD CAPAiiLN AVOMAN want
work by the hour or day 1'hone
airs. Fnlrchlld, 73U-W.
,AVA.'TBT Oood efliili, by private
rumlly--ny laundry or upxtuin
worn good ugc. Phone 4 34.
FOR KENT Furnished front bed.
rooirl in private home heat and
bath very reasonable 714 Jano J-t. 1
FOR RENT To party trttWmt chil
dren, small nuxlerh furnished cnt
taire chicken park and garden around
Included In. (Hire 1416 V. Railroad.
FOR SALE Work horses and milieu,
all yotrmr Htock. Two' (rood milch
cowa.aiid Holtlelo bull. M ill MI or
tradev for 'real etnte.--J." B.-Munsev,
Btanf iekt Oregon;--
USED CAR EXCHANGE
-Bulck D-44 ' roadster-
FOR. SALE W. have a few goed
Used Ford, priced from $126. to'f 276
These are all worth th. money call
end ee. them Simpson Auto Co,
Wat.r and Johnson Kta
FARMERS WiLL MAKE
AVASIIINOTON. March 23.-J-(Ulph
H. Turner, IT. P. Staff Correspondent.)
A drive upon coiiKrosa In the inter
est of the farmer relief leglnlatlon will
tart coincident wrth the opening ot
the special Kewtion April 11 it hi learn
ed. On that date delegates from a)i
the states will come here for an exe
cutive meeting of tho Americans farm
tureau federation, representing a million-
and a half farmers. One week
later the-representative, of the nathnii
al. farmers union and .national milk
producers association will gather here.
Delegate, from all three organltftllon
will urtre niron the cpngrcHsmert that
the promises for relief bo translated
Into action. The farmer riemamls ln
elude an embargo on dairy products,
hides, wool art! other commodities.
The farmers, according to their repre
sentatives aro losing hope of the tariff
relief, fearing the emergency tariff
may bo held up In congress and that
a remanent revision may take from
seven to nlno months.
More vegctublo seeds were- Imported
from foreign countries during 1220,
than In 1919, according to o. A. ('. de
l.artinent of vegetable giudenlnrf.
Prices on these seisin have dropped
considerably so that American grown
seed will have to be reduced In price
In order to compete with foreign grown
seed. Tills shows that foreign nations
lire getting bark to normal In seed pro
CUPID GETS HIM
i Everybody In Eng,rand thought
i,ur visenunt Mllner. utatesman.
as a confirmed bachelor.- He is
7, but he .lipped away the other
&y like any romantic youmana
s mafrlefl to . Lady Edward
ffcilj wi?0W, " , s
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To Introduce our kodak work
will (lnlah Jree on. roll and Ob. print
each. Ward Studio.
li STRAYED Came to my place on
Wild Horse Creek, on. whit, faced
bull, branded nor, track on rlba, split
In left ear J. E. Troxel. Box 706, Pan
dleton, Oregon, Phon. 8 I'll. , ,
Notice of Payment of City of Pendle
ton Improvement Itond '
Notloa I. hereby given that City of
Pendleton Improvement Bond. No. 29,
Eerie. T; No. I, Senca 16, will be paid
upon presentation thereof to th. un
dersigned nt the American National
Bank, Pendleton, Umatilla County,
Oregon, after March 1,1821.
Interest on the. above named Bonds
eeasee March 1, 1921. -
DatedFebruary 11, 1921.
Treasurer of the City of Pendleton, by
H. W. Dickson. Deputy ' '
M It , . .! Ill I I I
Notice of Pnymnit of City of Fcndlc
' van impruvrhicisl Ikrtid '
"Nolle Is hereby given that City of
Pendleton Improvement Bund No. 21,
eriee V will be paid upon presentation
thereof to th. undersigned at th. Amf
eriean Nathmal - Bank, Ponaietoa,
Umntlll County; Oregon, after April
l, utl. '
Interest on the above named feond
caaseaWpril l.'l21. ' '
Dated, Miirch 10, 1?I.-' .
Treasurer of tho City of , Pendleton,, by
H. Hf Dlckaon, Deputy..' j , ,
Notice of ride for Sewer Construction
Notice 1 hereby given that sealed
bids Will be received at th. office of
the City Recorder In' Pendleton, 6 re-
gon up to 6 o'clock M. on March
23rd 1921 for the construction of a
SeweV Lateral on "Arc 'Street from
must be nccomrfanled by' a eertKled
check lit S per cent of the amount of
the bid, made payable tb the order of
the Mayor of The City of Pendleton,
to ke returned to the bidder if unsuc
cessful, and to be forfeited If the bid Is
accepted and the bidder fall, to enter
into a contract In accordance with th.
terms of hie said bid, plans and .peel
f Icatlong Any be ween at th. office of
the City Surveyor. The , Common
Council reserve, tho right to reject
any and all bids. " '
' Dated at Pendleton Oregon, this
10th. day of March 1921.
THOS. F1TZ GERALD, .
NOTICE OF RTRKCT ASSESSMENT
IX8T.YI J.MEXT PRIVILEGES.
'Notice Is hereby given that th.
Common Council of The Olty of Pen
dleton on February JJ, 1921, made an
aasesKment for the- Improvement of
that part of Mark street rrom the east
lino of Matlock Street to the west line
of Bush Street; Logan Street from the
South line of Raley Street to the North
line of Mark Street, and Perkins Ave
nue from tho South line of Raley
Street to tho North line of Walters
Mill Race, In sold City and assessed
the cost for making said Improvements
against the lots, part, of lot. end par
cel, of land especially benefited there'
by. All persons affected by such Im
pTovement and assessment who desire?
to rake advantage of the provision, oi
Chapter 6, of Title 2, of Lord Ore
gon Law. providing that euoh assess.'
ment may be paM In ten annual In
stallments; ae- hereby riottf led - thaf
annliention sc tonic must be made t
tr 5 provided,
within ten days from the of thtf
notH-e. 'Rbi nk-form, fof sue anjlica
tions may be secured t th office of
tho City Recorder. . ' i -
Dbted "af "TehfllAtWrt, DTcBOH," thto"
lOlh. day of areh,"l92ir
.w...' THOS. FIT G-BRALD,
. '. - City Reconioft
FOR SALE "
Dlty A'OOD for, aalo-r-Phone -232.J.
FOR 8AL&--Dayton blcycle ln. goed
coudlOoi. 4'hone Slfi. .
FOR SALE-f-Sheep, ewes anl lambs--
A. PNitlng, Pilot Rock.., ,
WliEAT HAt 'AND BARLEY for' sal.
, W. R. Roberta. Ricth, Oregoa.. , j
FOR SALE AH kind, of Insurance.
J. II. Bate., 114 Main St., Phon. 601.
O A. C. Barred Rock ms. pur bred,
fine laying strain, $1.60 setting, $10
per 100.G, G. Schlegel, Pilot Rock,
Ore., Phone 2FJ.
FOR SALE S. C. B. Leghorn eggs
for hatching Also day old chicks
4 AVORK jHORSES? for nale or trad.
for an automobile O. A. Constant,
Rleth, Oregon. ,
'ESPERANTO! WILL BE
INTRODUCED JNT0 THE
. SCHOOLS OF FRANCE
'PARIS, March 23. (A. P.) Es
peranto, the artificial. International
language,' has ibeen ordered Introduced
us an elective course In the commer
cial schools controlled by the Paris
Chamber ef Commerce. 1
The language was studied by a com
mlseiniifwhoxe members reported fav
orably upon K after several sent. One
test M the tramitatltin of three com
plicated documents into French and
then translation 'of tho Esperanto tcxtn
back hitn French. It was found there
W'jih no change In the sense.
The introduction, of Expernnto In
all school was recommended, not as
a euMltute for any other language but
as a means of communication.
MAY AVKKT PACKERS' STRIKE
AVASHINGTON, Mar. 22. I'r5spect
of averting th. packers' strike Is con
aldered better.' "The -nutloo h very
encouraging." said R. S. Hrennan, the
FOrf SALE 7 room plastered house
north ldo Phon. 283-W.
FOlt BALE A 6 room modern bung-a-low
by owner. Phone 4067. "" ' .
PRUNES Best grade 0-70s, (0 lb.
40X po'dtpald $.0-6 IvIngTvjod Or
chards, Salem. Oregon. '' ,
FOR. RAtR-r-Ritrred; i Itock hatching
epgH, $1.60 per 13; per 10t(
Box H, Pilot Itock, Oregon. . .
FOR 8AX-E Self-prop.liea eomotu.
harvester, ltlt model, good shap
terms Sturgls tk Storla. .
FOR ft XI DeerlnR harvester , with
motor.. Only cut 200 acres, phone
16F23 or w. Louie Harmon.
Fqil SALE-i-HafchlnC egg from
thbroughbred single comb Rhode
Island Beds 80p W. Webb, Phon. 824
TOR SALE-ETRa lor batchlng-i-Sin-Kle
Couch , A'hJto Leghorns Kyle
Long!, high egg-laying strain 'Phoite
FOR SALE Thoroughbred. Rhode la
land Re4s and Buff Minorca eggs
fur Hutching order, taken for day old
thicks Phone 98 7-J. ; .
FOR SALE Thoroured Mngle comb
' Rhode Island Red cockerels. Extra
dark color, large' and well matured.
Mrs. A. E. Hard, Box 47, Echo, Or.
FORI SALE 40 acre, near Meachum
, -r-20 acre. In timber, 10 acres culti
vation good outfit, house and furni
ture. Address K. K. Moore, Meacham,
11.60 cwt.: fine cooking. 11.25
Ccwt.: winter barley at 2c 1b.-
Andrevfs ftchocl, Pendleton, Oregon, !
R. J. Box 65".
FOR SALE OR TRADE One 14 H. P.
Stover gae engine, mounted on wag
On bed with wide iroa wheela Guar
anteed In first class condition. Will
1 HAVE SOLD that 800 acre pasture
and half block on Main street. 'The
480 sere wheat farm at $22.60 per
acre W a. good as told. I now have
176 acre alfalfa firm at $100 per acre
that la equal to some $200 per acre of-ferlngo.-'-N.
. FOK SALK
'Good residence on Lewie corner
lot and garage. House, in all parts
of the city. (40 acres good wheat land
to trade for Pendleton property.
House. In all port, of the city. Some
or. easy terms. ...
JEO. AV. ELDER
818 Main 6U . s
Res. Phone 972-W : Phon. 90S
APTS. AND ROOM ALTA APTS.
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FOR RENT Furnished Apt Phon.
ROOM AND BOARD for men only-
42 B Wobb. - : .
FOR RENT Front
It iX) .MS A1TH BOARD If desired
2I 8. Main Phone 67-. ... '
FOR RENT 1 sleeping room, steam
heat, hot and cold water Cary Apts. .
FOR RENT 2 room apt. with sleep
ing porch Phone 289-W, 807 Aura.
FOR RENT Two rote
' St., Phone
BOARD BT WEEK $8.00 or by meal
0 cents, family style 777 Thomp
son 8.'. ...
FOR B.E'NT One nice front bed room
bath adjoining close in Phone
FOR RENT J office room. In the
Stanfrlcf BIdg. Phono "628, George
FOTt RENT Six room house wrth
bath, hot and cold water Inquire
214 Tustin St.
DOINGS Or THE DUFFS
- rjM I VMI5H ALL VfA VtJUNS 0) II V f
( i wish all Vou men wow.oLrarT ' uwes "would step imT() rJ-
STEP W4TO MV OFFICE X MB.FfU OFflCE FOJJA Sac'V
TOR A FEW MlNirrES-l JS , FEY MIMVfBS i7 .
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Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
, This Directory ls'etfpeclally handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the nam. and address of responsible business) eA represent
tb. following lines, All are reliable, responaible business concerns who stand ready to glv. you prompt service
FOTl RENT One housekeeping room
FOR RENT .Downstair. 2 room apt.
-modern furnished or unfurnish
edphone 204-M. . -
FOR KENT 2 furmsned apart
mentsPhono White'. Doughnut
Lunch 12? W. A'ta.
WILL BOARD AND ROOM gentleman
' in private family bath and house
privilege phone 657-M.
FOR RENT Furnished 2-room apart
l ment with bath. Apply - 15 B,
Railroad or Phone 219-J.
FOR RENT A well furnished 8 rotom
house to responsible partyWcep.
Ing rooms pays ' two-thirds rent-
FOR BENT Furnished bed room in
private family furnaced heated
for one or two gentlemen. Inquire
'90" this offlc.
FOR RENT 800 acre, good pasture,
well fenced and Watered, on north
fork of McKay, 10 miles from Pendle-ton--Earl
FOR RENT Twer room apartment
furnished 'for- lisht housekeeping
in the Falling Bid., 001 Main fit.
Inquire Room ( upstairs.
Coll 26a. . .
furnished , Apt
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
. The East Oregonian office.
WANTED Flnt-top office desk
Phone 101, Pendleton Cash Market.
WANTED A woman or girl for gen
eral bouse work on ranch Phone
EXPERIENCED man and wife wants
Work on ranch. Inquire 401 Aura
WANTED Two. -pool tables and fix.
turee size 4x8 Addrese A. B. P.,
WILL TRADE Ford touring car for
.pan of young work horse. J. C.
Hopkins, Weston, Ore.
EXPERIENCED man and wife want
work on rancft no children Ad
dress Box 312, MiHon, Oregon.
MARRIED COUPLE No Children
want work on farm references P.
M. Sauyer, 21$ E. 2nd. SU, Aberdeen,
WANTED Elderly woman to help
with general house work and cook
ingPhone 1J4. Address R. F. D.,
Box 46. Echo, Oregon.
WANTED Young lady to cook for
two men free transportation twice
a month to Pendleton will pay rea
sonable wages to right party Address
"7" this office. .
WANTED Elderly man who knows
cows, chickens and gardening. Year
round work for right man. Address
J. E. Perringcr Ranches Co., or call
1060, 2F14 or 2F4.
WANTED Middle age handy man
board and room, big wage, to the
right man work Is fence building,
clearing brush and general work on 12
acre tract. Geo. H. Eddy, Box 604,
La Grande, Ore.
WB WILL BUY your automobile aad
-pay you cash for lt.-a-Beck & Co.,
812 Johnson St.
ALL KINDS of patient, cared for by
experienced nurse 800 W. Webb
TOM IS THE PROUD FATHER.
' Weaton-TViidleton Auto Stag.
Leave. Weston for Pendleton at
7:30 a. m. and 12:45 p. m.
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
1:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. In.
Leaves Adam, for Pendletoa at
t:20 a. in. and 1:20 p. m. " '
Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight
Co. Storey for Weston at 19:00
' . m. and t p. m. '
O. H. McPHERRIN, Prop.
- TIME CARD
Pilot Rofk-Pendleton AotO SUBB
- Leaves Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant :00 a. m.;
Leaves Pilot Rock Hotel 8 a. m.
Leave. Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant 11:00 a. m.;
Leaves Pilot Rock Hotel 11 a. m.
Leaves Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant 2:30 p. m.;
Leaves Pilot Rock Hotel 1 p. m.
Leave. Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant 6:00 . m.;
Leaves Pilot Rock Hotel f:20
p. m. ' 1
We carry parcel, and small
FANCHO STUBBLEFIELD ;
MRS. ADA FIELD Spirella con
Phone 324-AV. Address 614
LET US CLEAN and wash your rugs
on the floor. Hamilton Beach sys
tem, Phone 644-J.
RAG RUGS and carpet, woven. Also
first das. crocheting and embroid
ery. All order, promptly fillod.-'-Hee
Wheeler., at 1209 W. Railroad. '
WB WASH and clean the finest ruga
satisfactorily. Reference. . given.
We make fluff ruga from old carpets.
Walla Walla Rug ana Carpet deal
ing Co. Phone 177. - .
WH REPAIR anything eleetrleal en
an automobile. W. B. CbaM Oa,
W. O. FISHER Stand Riley ft Kemp,
Phone eia. ,
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Grlggr
cigar Store ruone 1075.
FOR QUICK SERVICE, Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone 62. Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phone 1059-R.
H. L. HEDR1CK Automobile end
truck repairing car laundry in eon
nectlon. 717 Garden Street.
THE "PIONEER" AUTO MAN Satis
faction guaranteed. W. repair any
make. Glenn Lorn?, 633 Cottonwood,
PENDLETON CYCLE CO. AJax, Re
vere and Savage Urea. 128 E. Court
L. S. BENTLEY CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, ' oil
and accessories Alt and Garden Sts,
WALLACE BROS. -Flak tires, cords
or fabric. We do our ewa adjust
ing. 808-13 Johnson St.
GERTSON & MARTY Gates Super
Tread tires 638 Cottonwood. Vul
canizing and repairing. ,
PENDLETON RUBBER A SUPPLY
m RnrnKV DM field fSnnrtrirh RII-
vejtown Cord and Pernsylvanla A'acu
un; Cup 305 E. Court.
SIMPSON TIRE SERVICE) CO. Re
public and Firestone tiree, eorde or
fabric 323 E. Court St, Phone 851.
(IADWA'3 AUTO TOPS, plate Glow,
Backs, Bide Curtains 361 East
COL. W. T. TOFINKA Aoctlonwr,
Call at Sturghr Storie s implement
Co., tof sale date..
7 MEN WITH TEARS of experience.
Motor Inn Garage, 722 Cottonwood.
Ward, A, Hoa gland, prop.
GEORGE W. COLTT8, Attortef
LW, Room 17, hcnmldt block.
R. L KEATOR, Attorney t Law,
Room 21, Hmllii-tirawford Beildlng.
CARTER SMYTHE, Attorney, at
Law. Office. In rear of American
National Bank Building.
FEE A FEE, Attorney, at Lav.
flees In Deepnln Building.
8. A. LOWELL '.Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office In Despatn Bldtf.
. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney t Law,
PETERSON, BISHOP CLARK, At
torney, at Law.' Room and A
JAMES" B. PERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor Hardware Com
pany. RALEY, RALEY STEIWER, Attor
neys at 1tv. Of la Ainericaa
Nalionnl Buik Bufldms.
FRED H. 8CHM1DTV Attorney at
Law.- Room 34, Brnilh -Crawford
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PHILADELPHIA. DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 11
montha, W. E Chaee Co. IJ .
Court. Telephone 28, Pendleton. " " .
PREST-O-LITE BATTERIES Beet
by competitive test. Service on all
make, of batteries, guaranteed. Preat-O-Iite
Serrioe StatKist, K. Court
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gag. en
gines, , automobile, and general
blackamtthing. Round-Up Garage,
Parka - Nebergall, 313 West Webb.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER A BAN FIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, It years
experienee In concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third 6t North Port
DR. K. C. ELLSWORTH Specialising
In nervou. disease and disease, of
women. 9 to 12 o. m, 1 to :3f P- m.
Evening. 7 to (. Phone 70a, Smlth-
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS ft CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing.- S04 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Pendleton, Ore.
CALL PEN LAND BROS. Transfer van
to move your household goods. We
also pock or store gooda We do erran
try hauling. Telephone 338. ...
Dr. H. M. Manaraa
Room 7, Temple Building. Phone 771
in 6 different kinds
In Avhite ISc
Rye . 10c
Whole wheat ' ?...:.u....l Oc
Raisin .....".....'1....L.. . 18c
These are worth all we
Bleat Dept OC
SNOW DAZTON, 117 fc Court Ht,
Real Estate. Fire Insurance, Farm ,
Loans, gee us about loaa.
JUNK, JUNK, JUNK
BRING your Junk te the Pendleam
Hide A Junk Co.. See us before rea
sell. L. . Cameron, prop. ,
HEMSTITCHING! at the Singer Maaf,
Moll order, promptly attends trv
HEMSTITCHING Man erders Mrs,
Ralpbt HasseU 111 Bueh. fbosj
EVERY Article Laundered Peffaetiy,
There", an agent In your Wwa
Troy Laundry, 608 Garden St.
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 101 E. Coarl
Su, I "hone 60 We maintain a eom
plete mend la ; department.
MADE TO MEASURE
Otfl E. Franeeen, Elie taaV
tKOx" . eurt . , u" " .
American NaUonal Bank BIdg.
Glasses Ground to Fit x'eau? i.ye. j,
DR. O. E. HOLT Osteopathia, pnyei
clan and Surgeon. Judd Bids. T'-,
phonea, office 508; ReetdenCB 11-W,.
SHOP 705 LEWIS
T22-J. Alex Burt.
STREET Phon) .
CHIC FOOD," Scratch food, toniea,
bone, shell, grit, corn, oat., rolled
barley. Umatilla Flowr Grain Co
PIANOS AND PLAYERS .
- n nwiisa
HIGH GRADE PIANOS of pleasing
tone Quality. Player, of Individuali
ty. Its the construction that count
See piano on display, write or phon
The Bee Hive, 628 Main St, Pnons)
1078 J. P. Darnall, Factory Bep
Holer ft Chaee Plane Co. , , ,
Painting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, AVall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. L. jr. McAtee, the i-rocucaj
Faint Man. Lowe Broa, painta. t...
RADIATOR REPAIRING i
iWA AUTO RADIATOR WORK.
70i ldu Alta .treat, all makee ol
radiator, repaired. Work jaraateed
C. Blosberg. Prop. I ' ,
THE QUELLE A good place to eat.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
LET US DO YOUR REPAIR WORK
v huv and sell household good.
lrono 522, Kilcy ft Kemp, 523 Main. j
SECOND HAND DEALERS
BTROBLE, dealer In new and sec
ond hand roode. Coah paid for
second hand gooda. Cheapest pieee
to bay household gooda,l fi, Coaurt
I'hone 721 W. w
TH most up-to-date effectual lead
ing .clence practised,-, r. ium
S. T.: N. D. Room It Peobler Bid
Size packages, l's 2 1-2
and 5 pound, 55c pound
- Preferred Stock, 30c
Grocery Dept CQQ