" ' IT tr'-fW "If 'S ,. mm Mm CEASSIF For' Kent; Etc., Classified f ot Easy RcferCiice. Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found J MUHMMMM - l.-T -- WANT AM' 1 1 i : '"' i ,1 . ED CLASSIFIED ADVEHTMIHG 4 HATKS Bat In l-polnt Counting: six ordl- nary word to the tin. First Insertion, per line ...$.19 4 Each additional eonseeutlve Insertion, per line .. .08 t One nionthv every Issue, each Insertion,' per Una .OS Six month contract, every Is- sue, each Insertion per line .01 as Twelve month contract, v- 4 ery Issue, eacb Insertion, i ' pr line ,. .0$ A AAm tint run conBAutfvelv. each ineertlon, per line , ,10 4 ,. Hues. Minimum vnarge. .25 FOR BALE Onfl-ton Republic truck cheap Phone 1 12-J or inqulra A M. Boyden, 626 Walnut. FOR ALK 80 ncres tlmlier hind lo rated near Parker Wells, Umntilla County, Ore, For- particular Address Mm Nora Vagelinor, Grbboii, Oregon. POPULAR ATHENA LADY fl MARRIES Ml IN ir.nnt Oregonin Kpclul) 1 N ATHKNA, , July . t,.Ml Mini Thorpe, ' one of .Athena's popular young hulles, was united in marrluge to Carrol Rest of Milton, ul Wullu Walla, Wn., Saturday. They will make thdr home In Milton. Mr. Armfielit ami ttttle grand' NEW TODAY . I I ' I ffanghter, Virginia ArmrieM, of Port land, are the guexta of her" daughter. Mrs. F. h. Radlk. ( Or. K. I. WatU and son Worth, were In Bpoknne last week. Mrs. W. A. Barnes of Weston, was In" the city Thursday. Richard Thompson was a visitor t.i Po hlletoii Fi-day jft': A J. Warner has been 111 ut her hums on north Fourth Ht. Mr. M. L. Watts and daughter Ver nlta. Mrs. H. I. Walls and Mm. J. C. Walters were visitors in Walla Walla Thursday. , . Miss Llda MurDonsl.l of Pendleton )'" returned home after a vlalt spent with her sister, Mrs. Richard Thomp son. v H. A. Barrett tra.i-v ted buslmss it, Wes'on Thuontay. fliarlcs May .i Weston ' Mountain, i visited frlvncl.i In; Athena Bumlay. .Mrs. K. C PrPHlliye has returned from a vltit vlth hi-r parents, Mr. and Mrs, 8. Plch-.t't of Whltn Fish. Mon tana. . ,' i ' Marlon 'Jack of Pendleton trans acted business lnAtii'na Thursday. - Mrs. John Muir of Birch Creek, has been visiting at the homes of Mrs. W. K. Wall and Mrs.' Charles Dudley. 'Mrs. M. M. Johns hua returned to her home "at Vancouver. Wash., after an extended visit with her son Fltn , ton I. Johns. Hilt Bwltzler vaii in the city Tues day from l.'mfttllla. Mrs. Richard Thompson and daugh. ters June and Margaret visited rela tive in- Pemlletoji Snlurday. . Miss Gene Booth returned Fun day morning frd'in visiting friends In Pendleton. Mia. John Bannister of Weston was a gdest of her dana-hler, Mrs. C. L. McFuddcn Wednesday. Mrs, M. I,. Watts and daughter Ver nita and Mrs. f. M. Johns were the (Clients of Mrs. Lillian Fredericks in Weston Wednesday, r Mrs. J. M.- Billon, who resides near rendloton" haa been the guest of her daughter Mra, Sidney Humes on North Third street She was accom- pan led home by her daughter who will visit there for a few days. Joseph N. Scott was In ' Athena M,1ss Genevieve Rogers Is a guest of Wednesday from Pendleton, K A. Dudley at Bingham Mrlng. Mr. and Mrs. William Van Cleve t Sir. George MucDoiiiild ot. Pen- an(l cr,drea afce here from Toppen dtttnn Is visttlm at the home of her ttirii -Wah. Mr. Van Cleva wlll.be em daughter, Mr Richard Thompson. ployed during harvest at the A. L. Mr. A M. Johnson anil ilaughter (iWB(tKert place on Lamar Gulch. Lou., arrived home iroin Portland Charles Smith of Wasco, the uiicces Thursilay evening. Lois hua been un-sor t ci,uj-les Smith of Alhena as der the enre of a specialist there wno performed an operation on her foot. The limb U eucased in a plaster cost and a secdnd trip will have to be made .before complete recovery Is assured. Mr. and Mr. Orant Proslbye ar rived home Tuesday from a . trip through Montana, and left Immedi ately Tor th Arthur Dongla ranch where they will assist in harvesting. Pink Harbor of Weston was In the city Thwrsdwy morning. Itulnh and Edwin Mt'Ewen who have ben visiting their grand parents at. Portland and Newberg for several T In-"Canaan XM)ri xvLiijivt niin vor H. helped ,rel: 'L S Av"l J4. C 1 4iSfes f " . . In. : ' - LandonUwWMlMMkb NOTICES NfKIco Of Bids will be received up to 6:00 o'clock Monday. July 2uth for two teacheraft'; one to be 14x26, the other one 28x38, School District No. 85. Plana and apeclflcatlonii can be seen at A. H. Klrby'a Hardware Btore. Adums, Ore.. Right reaerved to ncccpt or reject all bll. L. I.. hi EUAIiLRN, Chairman. LOST AND FOUND' LOST 34x4 H Silycrtown Cord tiro tube-, rim an tlra coyer, between Pei dfetotf ' and Pi'ot Itock. Reward. Leave at E. Q. Office. LOST Large brindle milch eowr-lr to , brand vlalbhj lonT" horna I14. reward If delWerrd to E. G. Saitmarah ranch, south of reservation. LOST on Court St., between Slnir ' Shop and St. Joseph' Academy, package containing hemstitched' birds eye linen dresser scarf. Finder please return torBlnger Fhop. - USED CAR EXCHANGE . FOR SALE Kmf Eight car in good ahapa . cheap for cash Phone 1019-W. k . ' FOR 8 ALB CHEAP Chandler car In fine mechanical condition Lowell Br Kern, fMmpeorc-Sturgls Co. , FOR SALE One Dodge touring car In good condition must bo sold at Once ,ood bargain. Penlnnd Bros. FOR SALE Two ton Nnsh p truck, , good condition. Snap if taken at once. Sec Childs, Simpson Autr Co. FOR 6ALI3 1-ton Republic truck, good shape will take Ford in trade, easy term on balance. Oldsmobjle Co. WILL SELL my 1920 Bulck xoadster at a sacrifice. Also Brunswick phonograph 'will give terms. Phone 332-J evenings. OAKLAND TOURING CAR In first class shape bargaln-Hsill take Ford in trade. Ford roustabout, very reasonable. It will run. R. M. Tarn ler, 'phone 870-, R18 Willow St. FOR SALE One 2-ton truck $800.00 will U.ke Ford truck or car In pait payment Have 5000 sacks wheat to haul for party buying truck, start hauling July 8th. E. T. Juvenal, Echo, Ore. wc,,ks have returned home. L. B. Mays of Santa Rosa, Califor nia. Is visiting hi the city at the home j,ig COUsin Mrs. C. A. Barrett. manager of the Farmers' Grain ageney, has arrived in Athena with his family. - ' Mrs.. Allen Bell und Mis. Andy Rothroeh motored to. Pendleton Fri day afternoon to visit friends. Mrs. Anna Wineland and daughter Hilda returned from Canada Wednes day. Mrs. Cora RedTord and son were Athena visitors Thursday and riday of last week. - miNMlKlW SEKJi 11SCHAK5K H(raN. July 25. d. n. s.) ii i i.. -ammutu rrnm rulisten nuuuinja wi ... - - men nre pouring into the First Corps- Area asking to he discharged from the army, according to the records of Co lonel Archibald Campbell, adjutant oi this area. It Is expected that tho re- quest will reach more than 2,O0 in ihe First Corps Area. ' BRINGING UP FATHER v r - . - Vi a -en. r a k-m FOR SALE FOR SALE Two Blewett Harvesters Phone 14F11. f FOIl SALE Modern bunualow In quire 111 S. Main St. FOR BILE Well turntstied house -cheap Phone 627-J. Apt FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 truck J. M Bryan, a 10 Tustin Street. MEN'S SUITS. CLEANED,. $1.50 at , Ill lI) S, 107 W. Web), phone 685 jOR SALE All kinds of Insurance. J. H. Elites, 614 Main St., Phone 604. FOpr SALE 6 rpom house with bath and garage on north side. For terms write Box 123 Echo, Ore. FOR SALE One large Wilser baby buggy In good condition for llo.--618 Jane St., Phone 369-M. FOR SirLE 8-room House. A Bar gain if taken at once. For particu lar write BoxI05. Adams, Ore. FOR SALE, I room house sleeping porch and garage strictly modern at 70t Marie Inquire 711 Marie St FOR SALE CHEAP 10 dozen fruit Jars and H. H. eoods. Call at 618 Cosble before 9 a. m. or after S p. m. FOR SALE Hatching egg from thoroughbred single -comb Rhode Island Reds S0 W. Webb, Phono 884 FOR SALE: A nice home cheap if taken at enco; terms; also other lots cheap.-i-Rc, 11J Jan St.,. Phone 510-W. FOR KALE OR TRADE Four 100 bu. bulk wheat boxes for common wheat rack Phone 1F4. O. H Hampton. -FOR SALE 65 Caterpillar, over hauled In good shap for harvest stationary attachment Addrea Box 700, Pendleton. FOR SALE 6 yenr old teanV good leaders; 3V4 Mitchell wagon; set of harness.Can be seen atRoaeh ranch. 1 mile east of Mlssion-J. B.' Steven son. i, . ' "" -'v . ' For Sulo - 7 room house, north Bide, beautiful , home. " 5 room bu'egalow; north sid! street paved. Houses tn nil parts of the cit;, some on easy payments. Large and small ranches both alfalfa and wheat, also - dairy ranch, well equipped. , Oo. W. Elder & Son 818 Main .St. Phone 993 FQR.RENT APTS. AND ROOMS ALT A APTS. FOR RENT Furnlsned; Apt Phone fiO-W. ' ROOM AND BOARD for gentlemen MS Port St. ' ROOM AND BOARD for men only 403 E.: Webb. . FOR RENT J ulte office roora auire Penland Bros. -Io- FOR RENT 3 furnished honaekeep Ing rooms. Phone 73'1-W. ROOMS WITH BOARD If desired 210 S. Main Phone 657-R. FOR RENT Frtrnlshed room and ' apurtments. Phone 657-R. ' FOR RENT Four room apt, $15 per 4 month for 2 months. Phone 730-W FOR RENT Nice suite of rooms In i Temple building. Sea Dr. I. U. Temple. ' ' cS 0 el HEP.E lt A. NICKEL FOR "YOU "LITTLE BOVftlO'W RUN, Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity f ',Tbb Hirectory la enpecfally handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the naroft and ad areas of responsible bueinesa men who repraaant I fim loiiweviiiK mien, . are i - - ' i fOR ftENT THvo houaelteoplng room'a. Phone 730-W after 0 o'clock FOR RENT 3 room furnlRhed apart- ment, aloee In 777 Thompson Htv Phone 248-M. I T FOR RTTNT-pApts., .also sleeping rooms with boalAT.- Parkview Apt. tToiiHC, Phone 350. FOR" rlENX Two three room fur nlahed autftv. with bathone with (eacloso In. Also furniture for sale and Kiouse for' rer.t Phone ' PASTURE tor horseaule and cat tle $2.80 per month mountain range, good grasr, water and ea.lt wlll get them and deliver them - Ad dress; R. B. Kldder. Olhbon, Ore ' ', Wanted waktrd Woman cook on ranch Call 22FI. . - ' s i WASHING1 fine laundry and silks - PJioiia 313-R..; ... ..' ; - ! WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT,, The East Oregonlair office. - WANTED Portion as bookkeeper orj, p''"; stenogaiiher. References. Box 2,, KaSt Oregonlan. -Jf'D CAPABLE 'woman will take laundry home or go outsldo by the iy. Phone 730-W NICELY FURNISHED front roorrr, best negihborhoOil, Jackson St. mart onlv. Phone 6 86-R' c.vnvMJIli'a business Start at home, everything furnished men, meh. 30.00 weekly Bun Boa Co oi Philadelphia, Pa, WANTED Two ladies . to travel, $30 week and expenses; 3 to work cityi and outside towns. $ray. Room 25, Golden Rule Hotel, Mrs. Jones. , MISCELLANEOUS u PLAITING of all kinds Phone 688 Mrs. Lee, 3u Post St MP.5. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetlere Phone 324-W. Address 514 Jane. ALL KINDS of ptlcrrts cared for by experienced nurse--SOO W. Webb Phone 884. , ' 1 RAG RUGS and carpets. All Jdnds of j . fancy work. Wheeler's, 1300 W. Railroad St. WE ARE TAKING CONTRACTS fori wheat hauling. Phone 468, oreson Motor Garage. ' . WE MAKE a specialty of handling all kinds of trades. Call and see us. C, S- Pradley, Phone 712-W, 115 East Webb St. - WE SELL INSURANCE of all kinds. Bonds, Real Estate, and make Loans on Residence property. Funk & Mc Lean, next to Pendleton Hotel. 1 Brown & Brady , ' Undertakers and licensed embalm ers.' Calls night or day promptly at tended to. Lady attendant. Phone 63. HOME WORK; experience unneces sary; everything furnished, $30 wkly., up. Send self addressed stamp ed envelope for free particulars. Bon Bon Candy Co., Philadelphia, Pa. WE START YOU In the Candymaltin .Business at home, or small room anywhere. Everything fiarnished. Ex perience unnecessary. Men, women. Earn $30 to $100 wkly. Send self ad dressed, stamped envelope for particu lars. Pon-Bon Carldymakers Co., Philadelphia, Pa. - AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS WE -REPAIR anything electrical on an automobile. W. R Chne Co. AUTO TIRES PENDLETON CYcLe ce. Alax, Re .vere and Savage tires. 22 K. Cmrt Street L. S". BENTLEY & CO. Goodyear and Diamond Tires--Tire ser1ce, ' oih? and. accessories. Alt and Garden Sts. GERTSON MARY Gates Super--Tred tires (139 Cottonwood. Vul canizing and repairing.- PENDLETON RUBBER SUPPLY CO. Barney Oldfleld, Goodrich Sil vertown Cord and Binsylvania Vacu um Cup. 303 V- Court. AUTO TOPS GADWA'S AUTO TOPS, Plate Glass. Backs, Side Curtain 201 East ronrt St. i Reg. U. 8. , ( THAT VTWE. VA.X TO . T R.iOOF'E.rv- NOW . I LL. NOT BE. ottTOReEb wth- Urn " , AN-f NCjl'i.e OUTtOE - ; rviiauie, resyuriBiiji uwisint;oif uuntei r t ? : I , TIME CAlll Wt'Hiori-Pciidlcton nlo Staee f javeg Westoft for Pendletpn at 4 y 7:30 a. m. and 12:45 V- m. Leaves jithehd for Pendleton at 8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. Leaves Adam for Pendleton at 8:20 a. m. and 1:20 p. m. Leaves Pendleton ( Allen-Kntght Co. Htoyet for Weston at 10:00 a. m.' and 4 p. m. ' O. H. McPHERRIN, Prop. 4- r ' tr TIME CARD I PCot nclr.-Penlleton Auto Stags' LeaVM Pendleton Hotel and French R'staurant :00 a.'m.; ' Leavta Pilot Rock Hotel' s , m.- Leave Fendl'fron Hotel and French Restaurant 11:00 a. ro. leaves fllof Rock. Hotel It a. m. Leaves Pendrton Hotel and French Restaurant t:34 p. m.; leaves Pilot Rock Hotel 1 p. m. leaves Pendleton. He.tel nd French Reptaurant S:0 D m.v' Le..vea Pilot Rock Hotel t:30 p. m, War carry parol and xnmlt 4 4 .'I FANCHO STUBBLEFIELD - pendleton-l'matilla Leave - Pendleton 8:00 Echo 9:15 Stanfleld 9:39 Hermlston 9:55 Ar. .Umatilla 10:15 An to Aiage Leave Umatilla Hermlston Star.field ' ' 8:00 12:00 4:00 8:20 12:20 4:20 8:45 12:45 4:45 :trff -t:00 5:00 10:15 , 2 15 6:15 Echo Ar, Vend 4 . Two Trips Sunday Leave Pendleton S:00 (V tn RRd 4 .00 p. m. Leave Umatilla 1:00, a. m. and 4:00 n. m. ! a inftiM mfoAni, Inn timnkmef !"' 722 Cottonwood St Plione 868 , PIXL DAWPOW Parcel delivered to all way points. AUCTIONEER COL. Wi'F. YOHNKA Auctioneer, Call at Sturgls & Storie' Implement Co., for sale dates. : : 1 7 AUTO TRANSFER C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs' Cigar Store. Phono 1075. I j-.TTrotr 8KBVIPF. Call Bud Cornfield, Phone 52, Crescent Cigar ! Store. Residence, Phone 1059-R. ATTORNEYS GEORGE W. COUTTS, Attorney at Law, Hoom 17. Bond Bldg. r! I. KEaToR. Attorney at Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford Building. CARTER & SMTTHE, Attorneys at Law. 221 E. Conrt St, ' FEU & FEE, Attorneys at Law. flees in Despaln Building.' Of- R. A.-LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel , lor at Law. Office In Despala Bldg. 3. A.- NEWrERRY. Attorney at Law Federal Building. PETERSON, 1 .shop & Clark, At ; torneys at Law. Ttooms' 2 and 41 mith-Crfiwrirrl iJIdp;. -IAME9 B. PERRY, Attorney at Ijiw. Office over Taylor Hardware Coni pany. ' 1 ' RALEY, RALEY FTEIWER. At'or neys at Lww. Office In American Narional Bank Bnildins. " FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at Law. Room 24. Smiili-Crawford Bldg. BATTERIES PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRIT) BATTERIES guars nioed for IS months. W. K Cliuse Co.. 20 E. Cotirt St. telephone 209, Pendleton. ' CATERPILLAR WORK CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en- gines, automobiles and general blncksmithinff. Round-Cp Oarage. Parks Vehergnll, 212 West Webh. Patent Office F C'OODNEt - WHAT "0 THA.T? bOONOb UKE A IIOT- , '- 1- b. 12:61 4:00 1 I 1921 Fe""J" Service. Inc. wuw biu.hu icou; w 6w jv CARPET CLEANING VVB WASH and clean the finest rugs satisfactorily., p.eferencea , given. We rrwke fluff rugs from old carpets, Walla Walla Riig and Carpet Clean ing Co. Jihone 1677. CONTRACTORS BUILDERS PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing, EnKtoeering, Constructing, 16 years' experience in concrete and brick con struction. 61 E. ThlruT'St, North Port- land, Oregon. ' ' EYE SPECIALIST ! CLEANERS AND DYERS P4TIII!II'V PHONE 473 CLEANING AND PRESSING v FURNITURE NEW FURNITUBE STORE It will pay you to come and see Fisher be fore buying new and second h-.nd fur' nuure. -auz vv. weDD oi., t none ij. FARM LOANS' S'.uW H DAYTON, 11? E. :urt .si., Real Estate, Fire Insurance. Farm L"ans. See us about a loan. DENTIST i Dr. H. M. Hanavan. . j Dentistry Room 7.' Temple Bnildimr. Phone- T72 DRAYMEN WHO MOVES' YOU Is just as impora. ant as where you move. We also pack or store goods. We do country hauling Call ' 129. Penland Brow. Transfer, 114 W- Alta. MADE TO MEASURE. -r !';crrE.' RMK filks Blrta. A, Lramb er t ISllltiM W i'l. HI! S second hand goods. Mtr"-' n.." rv"' f ' ' ' ilo ty household goods in . i Kfx t a: - lIli FURNITURE, - re ram .ttnzvrsrA" j t,-r. uohoiHterhig. I ? J r. m f IT 55, ; vear experiertc i 4 1-3R i:35 MODEL TAILOli & CLEANERS Lt'AlNTS, Wall Paper, Picture Frame I CR 6 SB ! Preesing and repairing. SOI V. j ing. L. J. McAtee, the Practical 116 6-15 I Well!) St. Phono 321. Pendleton. Ore, j Paint Man. Lowe Bros., Point. Pound 10c BOX LOTS The Dean Meat Dcpt Phone 88 Jk S? hC v ' w "e a'lP'Ai-i k I TOO. "iraitK- -' ' pNMELW-J l IMNE : a j LM u. rrrPsUii ' TP 11 j f-tf j LAUfjdRY EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly. There's art agent fn jour town. Troy laundry, (Til 8 Garden St. DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 401 K. Court St., Phono 60. We maintald a com plete mending department. ' HEMSTITCHING HEMSTITCHING at the Singer Shop; Mall orders promptly attended to. , HEMSTITCHING Mail order " j Ralph Hassell, 417 Bimh, Phone 8. New and Second Hand Dealers V.'STROPLE, dealer in new and sec '.. h..nH muds. Cah raid for Cneapesi pince- 21 E. Court pairing, packing,- carpet clean- e Grand Rapid Mich. Furniture Co. All work guar- i anteed, SI2 W. Wcl'b Str OSTEOPATH i BR. O. E. HOLT Osteopathic, phyalr clan -And Surgeon. Judd Bldg., Tele phones. Office 5IH: Residence 8HS-J. J PairttHig and Paper Hanging 'RADIATOR REPAIRING ALTA AUTQ RADIATOR WORKS 701 East Alta strees. All makes of radiators repaired. Work guaranteed. ; i.Kt, prop. RESTAURANT, ! ;THE QUELLE A gooa pia.ee ui i SHOE REPAIRING -Rtv KOLES. Rubber Heels, Ladle French Wooden Heel Repairing While You Wait Pendleton Shoe Hospital. V SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTIC, THE most up-to-date effectual lead ing science practised, K. F. Glbwm, P. S. T.; N". D. Room II Peebler Bldg. PHOTOGRAPHER Tr. Introduce our kodak Work-e ' win finish Free one roll and on print leach. Ward Studio. , TAILORS 617 Mnln St. Cherries Tatom Co. Grocery Dept. COO Phone uo By George McManus ' s Phone 10" l..--.1......lBrrl1(t.