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DAILY EAST OHEGOlflAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, " WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1921.
For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found
CLASMI'li:i AHVIlIITUINU 4
Bet In 8-polnt Counting six ordl-
nry words to the Jlno.
TSret lni'rtlon, per iint J.10
K.ii'h sdititlniinl consecutive
insertion, pr line
One month, every Istue, each
Insertion, per lino
Six montha contract, every ID
S' sun, cueh Iniprtlon par Una
Twelve inontlm contrHct, ev-
ery Issuo, each Insertion,
Ad not run consecutively,
each Insertion, per line
No ads In ken for less than 2
line. Minimum charge .,
YOU CANNOT look Kiuceful with run
down heels luinif them to the Pen
dleton Mine Nlinii.
"WAN'TEU Position s cook in har
vest. Holilen Ituio Hotel, Jtoom D3.
Foil SALE Woodstock typewriter.
Write "Mil" euro KiiHt Oregonian.
MAN WITH too trucks wants Joli
hauling wheat. Address 01 thlsj.f
fice. Voi'Jt HKICI.W an- noticed more than
your hat, we rebuild them the rlnht
way. I'endletoii f-'hoe Shop.
WANTED AT ONCE First class Ford
met hanic. See, Chllds, Simpson
KCM1 ItENT One room unfurnished
eottatre.--l'lloiie :i'.iti-J or cull CL'
Foil S.VI.K llefrltfcratur. A'l Hi. capa
city, wicker ha by cart. Ililih chair
unci nursery ( hair I'lmiie 'JZ6-M.
I'Oi: SALK-Tw ton Nash truck,
Koi id condition. Snap If taken at
once. Sec Chllds, Simpson Auto Co,
W K SELL 1NKI.1!ANCE of all kinds,
Honds, Ileal Kstnte, and make 1min
on Itesiilence property. funk & Mr.
I -fan, next to renilleton Hotel.
W'K I'SE only Hie l.est mateiliil and
employ expert inrjchaulis. IVmlle-
on Shoe Shop.
STEAMSHIPS AND TOURS
Clark's 17th Oriert Cruise
by si'ini Pious S. S. Empress or Wi-ot-kuiii.
1'.. I, iiu ltovs tnjtst tj days in
El... pi a'lil f.'.ieiiine, l ie. Feb. 4,
li:, ila stMiii up. lin luiliiiK Shore
Exi til Mum, .lull N. Ouldes 1 Miles.
IVi". eie. HIAXK t'KAHK
. Tint" llu l lina New York
1 have taken the awency for the
Silverille Soup, cli alls hands quickly,
ivinoies ink pitch, paint, etc. Com
plete stock curried. Anyone wishing
Hani, call Joe t'unilihirio, f:'- Collon
wooil St., clt. Price 2T,c per can.
Xutli'c of Sale or Irrigation ItiiuiH
Tlie "Fait more Irrigation District,"
in Malheur County, oreijon, win, on
August 30. 11121 at 2:00 I'. M. sell $20,.
bOO.iio of 10 year, coupon li per cent
bonds of said district, and sealed bids
for said bonds will be received by Scc
letury of the district at Ontario, Oie
fcou, up to the hour of said sale.
WIG. W. WHITE.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Watch fob on silk ribbon two
lion claws, gold mounted resem
bles Shiinei's emblem. Return to this
office for reward.
m icmh: m hi i mmntim:i
BERLIN, July :'U. (I. N. ' t Ad
vice to candidates for the suable U'lP
is the latest N.ii' nibery social service
enterprise. The Suicide Bureau is open
at stated hours daily, w ith church and
medical advisers present to talk things
over with those who are tired of life.
MAI'i:" RUTH -PAWED."
WoRCES-ER. Mass.. JJuly 20. (T.
X. S.) There is at least one eoterlo
that refuses to get excited over Babe
Ruth or his home run exploits. It is
Worcester's cleif.y. In fact, the 'Babe.'
Is receiving no little- "panning" here, it
, being declared he has little claim on
the, admiration of I'nndom aside from
bis 'wielding of ills war club.
. Ill III ON MURDER I'll ARGIL
LITTLE LOCK. Ark., July 2d.
Mrs. Amm Sn.wlcr. .i years of age. Is
being held without bail for the alleged
sliooiing lo death of Thomas Tovnll.
12 years or age. The boy was shot and
killed while, with other youths, he
was i.lh -!( I to have be-u stealing wa
ter melons'.- " ' ' " - -
A Pr oarattoiv of
COMPOUND COPAIBA end CUBEBS
. AT YOUR Dni'CCIST
A.k r BY NAM ". ONLY. .void S,ilmllei
t. k . 'i
B m W. ''l .L ' v.. MM m n 1
k M . U VN "S M
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LOST 34x4 i-i Bilvurtown Cord tiro
tube, rim and tire cover, between l'en
dletoit and I'i'ot Hock. Kuward.
Leave at E. O. Office.
LOST Large brindle milch cow dry
no brand visible long horns
J10C0 reward If delivered to E. G.
Sttltmursh ranch, south of reservation.
E STRAYED During fall or winter
from Meachum creek ranpe: 3 heif
ers branded S. H. with bar underneath
also bole In ear. Liberal reward for
return, of fame to S. C. Bittner
USED CAR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE King Elylit car in Rood
shape chcup for cash Phone
FOR SALE CHEAP Chandler car in
fine, mechanical condition Lowell
E, Kern, Rimpson-Sturgis Co.
FOR SALE 1-ton Republic truck,
good shape will take Ford in trade,
j easy terms on balance. Oldsmoblle Co.
PDIt KAI.K One ton ReDublli trick.
J-ton Republic truck In good shape !
I , I ., I , I A I
I win sen very reiuHJUHuiv rDuuuu
tiros., I'none 33!. !
OAKLAND TOURING CAR In first
class shape bargain will take
Ford 4n trade. Ford roustabout, very
reasonable. It will run. R. M. Tann
Icr, Phone 870. 018 Willow St.
FOR SALE One 2-ton truck $S00.00
-will tr.ke Ford truck or car In part
payment. Hae 5000 sacks wheat to
haul for party buying truck, start
hauling July 5th. E. T. Juvenal,
FOR SALE Two Blewett Harveawrs
FOR SILE Well turnlslied Apt.
house -cheap Phone 627-J.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1 920 truck
J. M. Bryan, 810 Tustln Street.
FOR SALE All kinds of Insurance.
J. 11. Estcf.. 814 Main St., Phone 604.
FOR SALE Two good homes in
Riverside. Funk & Mclean, S39
FOR SALE 6 room house with bath
and garage on north sloe. For terms
write Box 123 Echo, Ore.
FOR SALE 8 -room nouse. A bar
gain If taken at once. For particu
lars write Box 105. Adams, Ore.
FOR SALE 5 room house sleeping
porch snd garage strictly modern
at ?na Mni-ia ImmlrA 713 Marie SL .
FOR SALE Hatching eggs from
thoroughbred single comb Rhode I
Island Reds 800 W. Webb. Phono 884 I
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four 100 1
bu. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Phone 1F4. O. H.
FOR SALE 05 Caterpillar, over
hauled In good shape tor harvest
stationary attachment Address Box
Foil SALE Mit'ormaeh combine
with LcRoy engine, all in good
shape. Bargiiln at J5U0.00. See Dr.
('. W. lessen.
Foil SALE VtiDO acres good wheat
land, sale or leusr most reasonable
terius J'emlletoii Investment Co., 115
Railroad, Phone 55.
FOR SALIC Ci'iod paying husiness for
iUick sab' Takes ten thousand to
handle balance terms. See Funk &
McLean. 83!) Main St.
BRINGING UP FATHER
I WIH 1 HPvO
A tOT THAT
I FOR SALE CHEAP 10 dozen fruit
Jars and H. I. goods. Call at 618
Cosble before 9 a. m. or after 6 p. m.
FOR SALE Apt. house on Thompson
St., consisting of 5 two room upts',
completely furnished. Price $3500,
address "f,0" this office.
FOR SALE Nice five room bungalow
at Hermlston, close in will sell
quick on monthly payments. Will lake
good lifiht car. some terms. Box 417,
Several good snaps in houses iti city,
some on easy terms.
3 acres, best snap near Pendleton.
4 0 acres close in for dairy and
Fine alfalfa ranches, some on easy
Fine wheut ranch and Rood outfit
for nale, 0 year lease.
;w(;c V. ' lacr & Son
818 Main St. t Phone 993
FOR RENT Apartment 708 Cosbie.
IAPTS. AND ROOMS ALTA APTS.
FOR RENT Furnished; Apt. Phone
FOR RENT Two room Apartment
ROOM AND BOARD for gontlernen
r. j 5 Port St.
ROOM AND HOARD tor men only
403 E.: Webb.
FOR RENT Furnished Apt., with gas
Imiulro 614 Cosbie.
FOR RENT 2 suite office room In
oulre Penland Bros.
FOR RENT 3 room furnished Apt.
31(i Aura. Phone 24 2-M.
FOR RENT 3 furnished housekeep
ing rooms. Phone 73'1-W.
ROOMS WITH BOARD If desired
210 S. Main Phone 657-R.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms and
apartments. Phone 657-R.
FOR RENT Two room cottage and
1 housekeeping room. Phone 367-W.
FOR RENT Four room apt., $15 per
month for 2 months. Phone 730-W
FOR RENT Two housekeeping
rooms. Phone 730-W after 6 o'clotk
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping room
and garage. 813 Mill or Phone
FOR RENT Nice suite of rooms in
Temple building. See Dr. I. U.
FOR RENT Houses furnished or un
furnished. Inquire Mrs. Neilson,
FOR RENT 3 room furnished apart
ment, close in "77 Thompson St.
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent or fur
niture for sale and house for rent.
1000 E. Webb St.
FOR RENT Two three room fur
nished apts., with bath one with
gas close in. Also furniture for sale
and house for rent Phone 38S-J.
PASTURE Tor horses, mules and cat
tle $2.50 per month mountain
range, good Brass, water and salt
will get them and deliver them. Ad
dress E. B. Kidder, Gibbon, Ore.
WANTED Woman cook on ranch
WASHING fine laundry and silks
Handy Business Directory
. Tlil Directory Is especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the name and address of responsible business men who represent
the folLxing lines. All are reliable, reeponsiblt business concerns who stand ready to give you prompt service.
WANTED Stock hogs, 30 to 80 lbs.
Inquire ft. C. Bittner, city. ' !
WANT ISP OOOD CLEAN' RAGS AT
The East Oregonian office.
WANTED Woman to cook on ranch
no children Phone SF12,
EXPERIENCED middle aged woman
wants cooking on ranch. I'honelOlS.
WANTED Small furnished house or
3 room furnished Al't. -No children
Phone 888-J. ' '
GOOD CAPABLE woman will tak
laundry home or go outside by the j
day. Phone 730-W
WANTED Woman for general house,
work In family of two must be
good cook. Phone 1148.
NICELY FURNISHED front room,
best neglhborhood, ' Jackson St.
man only. Phone 68B-R.
CANDYMAF.ING business Start at
home, everything furnished men.
women, $30.00 weekly Bun Bon Co.,
WANTED Two ladies to travel, $30
week add expenses; 3 to work city
and outside towns,. $8 Say. Room 25,
Golden Rule Hotel, Mrs. Jones.
PLAITING of all kinds Phone 688
Mrs. Lee, 36 Post St.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetiere
Phone 324-W. Address 514 Jane.
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED, S1.50 at
KUHVS. 107 W. Webb, phone 85.
ALL KINDS of patients cared for by
experienced nurse 800 W. Webb
RAG RL'GS and carpets. All kinds of
fancy work. Wheeler's, J300 W.
WE ARE TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phone 468, Oregon
WE MAKE a specialty of handling all
kinds of trades. Call and see us.
C. S. Bradley, Phone 712-W, 115 East
Ill-own & Itrady
Undertakers and licensed embalm
ora. Calls night or day promptly at
tended to. Lady attendant. Phone 63.
FARM LOANS We can make good
faim loans in any amounts, any
place. Geo. W. Elder & Son, Phone
993, 818 Main St.
HOME WORK; experience unneces
sary; everything, furnished, $30
wkly., tip. Send self addressed stamp
ed envelope for free particulars. Bon
Bon Candy Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
HEMSTITCHING and picoting attach
ments, $2.00. Buttonhole attach
ments $9.85. Fit any sewing machine.
Personal checks 10c extra. Lights
Mail Order House, Box 127, Birming
MAKE $5.00 upward daily selling
Ilawleigh's 140 Products. Food
products, Toilet Articles, Remedies.
Is splendid business. Pendleton and
other cities. W. T. Itaulojgh Company,
WE START YOU In the Candymaking
Business at home, or small room
anywhere. Everything furnished. Ex
perience unnecessary. Men, women.
Earn $30 to $100 wkly. Send self ad
dressed, stamped envelope for particu
lars Bon-Bon Candymakers Co.,
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
WE REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. K. Chase Co.
PENDLETON CYCLE CO. A .lax, Re
,vero and Savage tires. 228 K. Court
L. S. EENTLEY & CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories. Alta and Garden Sis,
GERTSON & MARTY Gates Super--Trcd
tires GS9 Cottonwood. Vul
canizing and repairing.
PENDLETON RUBBER & SUPPLY&
CO. Barney Oldfleld, Goodrich Sll
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup. 305 li Court,
GADWA'8 AUTO TOrS, Plate Glass,
Backs, Side Curtains 201 East
Keg. U. S.
voore 'crazy - -rouj I'll juvt
DON'T ONE MAN " W EET "YOO I
MM five WlTH VHTE L,, TEN - k
TIME CARD '
WestOfi-PondliMoii Auto Stage
Leaves Weston for Pendleton at
7:30 a. m. and 12:45 P. m. ' '
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m.
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at
8:20 a. m. and 1:20 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton Allen-Knlght
Co. Storef for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and ( p. in.
O. H. McPHERRIN, Prop.
Flint HocV-PeixlletOB An to Stage
Leaves) Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant J:00 a. TO.;
Leave Pilot Rock Hotel a- m.
Leaves Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant 11:00 a. m.;
Leaves Pilot P.ock Hotel 11 a. m. r
Leaves Pendliton Hotel nd
French Restaurant t:39 P. m-i
leaves Pllov Rock Hotel l p. m.
Lea ves Pendleton Hotel and
French Restaurant S:00 p. m.;
Leaves Pilot Rock Hotel :10
p. m. -
We carry parcels and sjutll
- ' v- - -
Pendleton-Umatilla As to Stage
Pendlto :00 12:00 4:00
Echo 8:15 J:JS B: JB
Stanfteld :30 1:35 :3S
Hermlston 9:55 1:55 5:55
Air. Umatilla 10:15 1:16 d:15
Umatilla 8:00 12:00 :00
Hermlston 8:20 12:20 4:24
StarJaeld 8:45 12:45 4:45
Echo 9:00 1:00 5:00
Ar. Pend. 10:13 2:16 6:16
Two Trips Sunday
Leave Pendleton 8:00 a. m.
asd 4 .00 p. m.
Leave Umatilla 1:00 a. m.
and 4:00 p. m.
Office Motor Inn Gaiaf e
722 Cottonwood St.
FELL & DAWTON
Parcels delivered to all -war
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgis & Storie's Implement
Co., for sale dates.
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store. Phone 1075.
FOR QUICK SERVICE Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone 62, Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phone 1059-R.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, Attorney at
Law, Room 17, Bond Bldj.
B. I. KEATOR, Attorney at Law.
Room 21, Smith-Crawford Building.
CARTER & SMYTH E, Attorneys at
La w. 221 E. Court St.
FEE & FEE, Attorneys at Law. Of
fices in llespaln Building.
S. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law . Office In Despaln Bldg.
S. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law
PETERSON, Bishop & Clark, At
torneys at Law. Rooms 8 and 41
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at I AW.
Office over Tuyloc Hardware Omi
pany. RALEY, RALEY & STlilWER, Attor
neys at Law. Office in American
National Bank Building.
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. Room 21, Smith-Crawford
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 18
months. W. E. Ohaso Oo., 820 E.
Court St, Telephone 209, Pendleton.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmlthing. Round-Up Garage,
rarks A XcKcrgnll. 212 West Webb.
WE'LL JUVT ?TrrsD
AH COUNT 'EM FER TEN
MINUTE A'5 THET 0 2T -
M S f PIPE i LL WIN -
1921 BY INT L FlATOai SlRVICt. INC
WH WASH and clean the finest Hiss
satisfactorily. References given.
We make fluff rugs from old carpets,
Walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
ing Co. Phone 1677.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BAN FIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, 18 years
experience In concrete and brick con
struction. l E. Third St., Jforth Port-,
land, Oregon. '
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS & CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 304 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Pendleton, Ore.
NEW FURNITURE STOP-E It will
pay you to come and see Fisher be
fore buying new and second hund fur
niture. 302 W. Webb St., r"i 198.
SNOW & DAYTON, 117 E. Court St.,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Farm
Loans. See us about a loan.
Dr. H. M. Hanavan
Room 7, Temple Building. Phone 772
WHO MOVES YOU is just as Import
ant as where you move. We also
pack or store goods. We do country
hauling Call 339, Penland Bros.
Transfer, 114 W. Alta.
MADE TO MEASURE
Carl E. Franseen, Elks Bldg.
Plenty Bing Cherries
The Dean Tatom Co.
Meat Dept OC
VOW- ; THE t)TREET j
r THMT? I PARADE. . Li
' r 'm-
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's an agent In your - town.
Troy iJinndry, 08 Garden St.1- ' '
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 401 C Court
St., Phone 60. We maintain a com
plete mending department.
HEMSTITCHING at the Brnger fjhop.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
HEMSTITCH TNG Mall orders Mrs.
Halph Hasaell, 417 Bush, phonal.
New and Second Hand Dealers
V. STROBLE, dealer In new and sec
ond hand goods. Cash Tld
second tiani goods. Cheapest plao
to buy household goods, 10 R. Out
Phone 271-W. ; "- '"
FURNITURE, repairing, v packing,
crating, upholstering, carpet -cleaning
1 years experience Grand Rapid
Mich. Furniture Co. All work guar
anteed, 312 W. Webb St. .
DR. O. E. EOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. 3udd Bldg Tele
phones, Office 308; Residence 886-J.
Painting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram-ing.'-
I 3. McAtee, the Practical
Paint Man. Lowe Bros.. Palnte.
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
7oi rcast Alta street. All makes of
radiators repaired. Work guaranteed.
C. B'-asberg, Prop.
THE QUELLE A good place to
rjW atylco, xvuw p
French Wooden Heels Repairing
While You Wait. rcnoietun
THE most up-to-date effectual lead
ing science practised, E. F. Glnenn,
P. S. T.; 3f. D. Hoom 12 Feebler Bldg.
To Introduce our kodak work we
will finish Free one roll and ona print
each. Ward Studio. .
CJ7 Main St.
Grocery Dept. CQQ
By George McManus