East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 12, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE THIRTEEN, Image 12

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FOURTEEN f A0E3
FACE THIRTEEN
DAILY EAST 0RE00NIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1021.
For Rent, Etc., Classified for . Easy Reference.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found
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WAIN 1 ADS.
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CLAISIKIBD AnVlCBTUlWa
I HATKS
Bet In l-polnt Counting six ordl-
narjf word to the Hoe.
Flrt Ineertlon, per line MO
i Each additional consecutive
Insertion, per line .95
One month, every iatue, each
4 loeertlon, per line .05
i Bit month sontrect, every Is-
eue, each Ineertlon per line
i Twelve niStilha contract, ev
4 ery laaue. each Insertion,
ptr line
e Ada not run consecutively,
each Insertion, per line
No ada taken for Ikm than 2
4) tinea. Minimum charge
FOUND Hunch of keys, owner limy
have Hiiiiii by paying for this ud.
FOR RENT Furnished room with
bulb, llO.nil a month. I'hone GUI.
WANTKD A K'rl for senerul hoime
. work for Hrniill fiimlly. I'hone
2JN-W.
Von 8ALK Hood Iwhy rtirrliiKP, ex
cellent coiKlltlon reiinoiiuhle price
I'hone TKli-.M.
Woman cook a
of man prefcrt'd.
rextfiiirunt work,
office.
1 wuntR Jol crew
Will take hotel or
Add rem "CO" llilu
FOR SALE 4 room house, East End,
nap for quick Hule. fun Hike im
mediate posHi'MHlon. .See Funk & Mc
Lean, Hit Main Htreet.
LOST Roll of bills of J40.00 In cur
rency this afternoon between l:0o
dud 4:011 on Blre.'t. Reward offered
Mrs, S. C. iJiuliiT, t'muiillit Indian
Kiiiuol.
i M. SltiKP
U-nviiig dully at K A. M. from Hotel
Pendleton for - Portland and wny
poinlH, usili twin Hix Packard tntirlim
cars. Pure, f X.oo one way or $ 1 4 . E0
round trip.
t'LEHKS, (men, women) over 1". for
Postal Mall Service. 1 1 .10 month.
Examinations September. Experience
unnecessary. For free particulars,
write J. Leonard, (former Civil Service
Examiner), 94 Equitable Bldg.,
Washington. 1. p.
CAPITAL HAS CURIOUS
MEMORIAL TO INVENTOR
OF DAHLGREN GUNS
I!V,H. K. REYNOLDS
(International News Service 1 Rlnff
Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Aug. 12. On the
west hide of the metal shop in the
Washington Navy Yard there Is n bat
tered bronze tablet which commemo
rates an event for which all the city
turned out more than fifty years ago.
Its Inscription Is simple and direct:
"Within Ihls wall is .deposited the
leg of Colonel I.'lrlc Dahlgren, U. S.
V wounded July 6. 1X63. while Kkir
mlshlng In the streets of Hagcrstown
with the Rebels, after the buttle of
tiettysliurg.''
The casual visitor to the Navy Yard
Is not likely to see this tablet unless
his attention Is called to it by one of
Uie old-timers. Its existence Is known I
tr few, and yet Is serves as a lasting
monument to a family whose name
stands foremost in the development of
l.nval ardlnsnre.
It was on the occasion of the plac
ing of the tablet nnd of the Interment
of the leg of this Northern soldier that
nil 4he citixens of the city gathered at
Hie Navy Yard In the stlmmer of 1863
tr pay tribute to the name ot Dahl
gren. The metal shop was under construe
lion at that time as a foundry for the
easting of the famous Dahlgren guns.
Admiral John A. Dahlgren. then of
much lower rank, was superintendent
of the gun factory.
Ills "son, Colonel Uric Dahlgren, had
been wounded In the Planner related
by the Inscription on the tabid. After
inn leg was amputated Admiral Dahl
gren ordered It brought to Washing
ton, where It was Inclosed in a metal
box and deposited- in the cornerstone
of the new building.
Became Ordinance FxlK'rt
To some In this day it may seem
that Admiral Dahlgren chose a strange
nnd extraordinary method to honor his
mounded son. but to the Government
officials nnd lesser clliitenry of the
Capllul who stood with bowed heads
In the shadow or tne nuii-iimsneu
iretal shop nn a hot afternoon In the
summer of 1S63 there was nothing un
usual or at least remarkable In the
event. If there were some in the
throng who were Inclined to scoff at
tlie admiral's manner of preserving
the memory of his son they were si
lenced bv the solemnity and the dig
nity pf the notable ceremony which
marked the laying of the cornerstone
and the burial of the colonel's leg.
As a result of the manufacture of
prdinnnce material for the fleet In the
enrlv, fifties under the direction of Ad
mlral Dahlgren. the Washington Navy
Yard gained a reputation as the most
Important land branch of the nation's
naval system.
In isot Admiral Dahlgren superin
tended the firing test of an elongated
shot and sheel Invented by John Pren
tiss, which could tnke the rifle motion
.nni ihe smooth-bore cannon and
keep Its front end In the proper posi
tion. . This was a considerable advance
In the manufacture of big shells and
naval cannon, and In a short time the
ndmlnil hnd gained such extensive
knowledge of nil branches of ordin
ance that he became a noted nuthorlty
on these subjects. He later tnventeo
Ihe famous Dahlgren gun.
A sick" soldier was cii'-'ed ly air nm
hnlnnce from Forks, ' the Olympic
peninsula of Washing rt. to C.imp
lwls for treatment in one day. The
aviator Irnveled above a cloud blanket
on a course of 1.10 miles, on a day too
rb.ody for flying over tho forest wlln
atety, . .
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST 34x4 Sllvertown Cord tire.
tube, rim and tire cover, between I'en-
dleton and I'i'ot Rock. Reward.
I.eave ot E. O. Office.
LOST Kronen' set wilh pearls nnd
Doughnut Lunch, 123 W. Alta St.
LOST Large brlndle milch cow dry
no brand visible long horns
110.00 reward Undelivered to E. O.
Sultmnrah ranch, south of reservation.
LOST Black saddle horse, 10"0 lbs.,
branded LT connected Inside dia
mond on shoulder was tracked to
ward Starkev, wore hobbles and bell
Dale Slusher, Pendleton.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE King Eight car in good
shape cheap for cash Phone
101S-W.
FOR SALE Chandler car will take
Ford as part payment. Phone 651,
223 E. Court St.
WE HAVE some extra fine huas'iii
some rebuilt Dodge Brothers touring
rats. Ellls-Schlller Co., Phone S63.
FOR SALE 1-ton Republic truck.
good shape will take Fnrd in trade,
easy terms on balance. Oldsmoblle Co.
WE HAVE a Dodge Brothers touring
car, In dandy condition for ttao.MO
npd will give terms. Kllis-Schiller Co.
Phone 363.
FOR SALE I2fl Bulck, almost new
mechanically perfect driven only
7000 miles. Spuuldlng spot light,
bumper, 6 nmv tiles with cover.
Phone 1029-R.
OAKLAND TOURING CAR In first
class ehape bargain will take
Ford In trade. Ford roustabout, very i
reasonable. It will run. R. M. Tarn
ler, phone 870, 518 Willow St.
NOTICES
Notice of Bids for Furnishing Trans
IMirtation Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received up to 5 o'clock P.
M. on August 13lh by School District
No. 117 for furnishing transportation
for school children in the Riverside
District.
Further details may be had from the
cleric.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Dated this nth day of August, 1921.
EDMUND MABIE. Clerk
IX POI ND
Tho following described animals
have been taken up by the marshal of
th City of Pendleton, to-wit:
One blue stallion, 3 years old, Indian
brand, right hip. I
One black filly, white face, 2 years
old, branded lazy E right shoulder.
Ono roan mare, 6 years old and colt,
brand, lazy E right shoulder.
Oae bay mare, 6 years old and colt,
brand, lury E right shoulder.
One black horse, 2 years old, white
face, brand, lazy E right shoulder.
If said animals are not claimed by
the owners or those entiled to their
possession, costs and expenses pabl
and taken away within ten dnjs from
the date hereof, then at 2 o'clock P.
M. of tho 9th day-pt August, 1921,
the said animals will be sold to the
highest bidder, at public auction, for
cash, at the City Pound, In said City
of Pendleton, the proceeds" of such
sale to be applied to the payment or
such costs and expenses of making
sale. . .
Dated this 28th. day of July, 1921.
W. R. TAYLOR,
City Marshal.
BRINGING UP FATHER
fl S IH bORf?Y vou 1 ro LIKE TO 1 T
'. 1 CANT REMAIN I BUT I Hs.VP
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Vollpa '
M'e liave taken over the house mov
ing otitfit formerly operated by Jamea
' ornrieia and are ready for all kinds
oi noime moving; work.
WII.SEV BHOS.
' no"e 612 Clay St.
Notice of lildn for Ilirnlshinir liol
Notice 1b hereliv
""""'u, t cnuirioii, wregon
up to a o'clock P. M. on August 13th
tor furnishing to said School District
at the school house, 30 tons coal to be
either best grade Royal, Castle Oate,
Springs Canyon, or Aberdeen Lump.
Also, separate bids for furnishing 2
eoids, 16-inch dry fir wood. Bids to
specify time delivery can be made.
The Board reserves the right tg re
ject any and all bids.
Dated this 9th day of August, 1921.
EDMUND MABIE, Clerk
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Household furniture
Phone 643, 617 Madison St.'
FOR SALE Well Mrnlsnefl
home -cheap Phone 6 2 7-J.
Apt.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1920 truck
J. AL Bryan, 310 Tustln Street.
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED, $1.50 at
1(1 DOS, 107 W. Webb, phone 686.
FOR SALE All kinds ot Insurance.
J. H. Estes, (14 Main St., Phone 604.
FOh SALE Two Blewett Harvatrs
Phone 14FU.
FOR SALE Modern bungalow In
quire 111 S. Main St., evenings after
5 o'clock.
FOR SALE 6 room housewlth bath
and garage on north side. For terms
write Box 123 Echo, Ore. '
)SOR SALE Several small cottages
easy terms. Pendleton Investment
Co., Phone 65, 115 Railroad St.
FOR SALE
5 room bungalow mod
ern. Small payment down, terms
on balance. Call 515 W. High St.
FOR SALE Hatching eggs from
thoroughbred single comb Rhode
Island Reds 800 W. Webb, Phone 884
FOR SALE 3 car loads Red Split Ce
dar fence posts 7 ft; 8 cents each,
f. n. b. cars. Frank E- Blair, Lowell,
Oregon.
FOR SALE A nice home cheap if
taken at . once; terms; also other lots
cheap. lies. 115 Jane St., Phone
510-W.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four 100
bu. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Phone 1F4. O. H-
i Hnmpton.
FOR SALE! 65 Caterpillar, over
hauled In good shape for harvest
stationary attachment Address Box
TOO, Pendleton.
FOR SALE Portland property
$5000 terms. Seven room house,
paved street, 4 lots, garage, barn,
chicken coop, nnd run, berries, fruit
trees, fine shrubs and roses. Address
70s Gerard pt., Portland, Ore., Uni
versity Talk.
Por Sale 4
7 rohm house, north side, beautiful
home.
5 room bungalow, north side street
Paved.
Houses In all parts of the city, some
on easy payments.
l..n(rge and small ranches both alfalfa
nnd jwheat. also dairy ranch, well
eiiiiipped.
j Geo. W. Elder ft Son
SI 8 Main St. Phone 993
FOR RENT
FDR RENT Apartment Phone 6.14.
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Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
Thlt Directory is especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the name and, address of responsible; teuslnese men who rB
ihe follvine lines. All are; rUa.bl, responsible) buelneM Mncarof wu itnd ready Ut five) you prompt wvtco.,. . , , .
APTS. AND ROOM3 ALT A, APTS.
FOR RENT Furnlsned; Apt. Phone
rlO-W.
FOR RENT-
hone 862.
-Modern Apta.. close In-
ROOM AND BOARD for gentlemen
US Port fit.
ROOM AND BOARD tor men only
ibl E.: Webb.
FOR RENT j suite office room In
ouire Penland Bros.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms 307
Aura, Phone 289-W.
FOR KENT J furnished rooms 301
So. Main St., Phone 251-W.
ROOM AND BOARD In pr'vate family
Phone 212-W, 405 Lewis St.
FOR RENT Four room apt., 115 per
month for 2 months. Phone 730-W
FOR RENT Furnished room with
bath. Phone 639-W, call 410 Madi- ,
son St.
FQJl RENT Well furnished sleeping
room with bath iu.uu momn.
Phone 248-M.
FOR HIRE Several gentle sauaie
horses at Eddies' Feed Yard, Mat
lock street bridge.
FOR RENT Two three room rur-
nished apts., with bath one witn
gas elose In. Also furniture tor aaie
and house for rent Phone 3H-J.
PASTURE for horsea, mules and cat
tle J2.60 per month mountain
range, good grass, water ana sail
will get them ant) deliver tnem. Aa
dresa E. B. Kidder, Gibbon, Ore.
WANTED
WASHING fine laundry and alike
Phone 313-R.
WANTED A small steam boiler In
quire 869-W. . ... ,
WANTED Sewing at
home phone
1028--J 120 Lee St.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
Tne t&ai uregonmn umto.
WANTED Capable woman to do
house work, three In family. Phone
2F2, Echo, Ore.
WANTED 3 or 4 roomed furnished
house or apt. no children Address
'65" this office.
CANDYMAIfJNG business Start at
home, everything furnished men.
women, 630.00 weekly eon bob vti.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED Two ladles to travel, $30
week and expenses; 3 to work city
and outside towns, f 3 day. Room 66,
Golden Rule Hotel, Mrs. Jones.
MISCELLANEOUS
PLAITING of all kmas Phone 688-
Mrs. Lee, 36 Post St.
MRS. ADA FIELD Spirella corsetlere
Phone 324-W. Address 614 Jane.
ALL KINDS of patients cared for by
experienced nurse 800 W. Webb
Fhclne 884.
RAG RUGS and carpets. All kinds of
fancy work. Wheeler's, 1300 W.
Railroad St.
WE ARE TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phone 468, Oregon
Motor Garage.
ANY GOOD JUDGE knows that good
year welt shoe repairing is the best.
We use it at the Pendleton Shoe Shop.
Brown ft Brnffy
Undertakers and licensed embalm
ers. Calls night or day promptly at
tended to. Lady attendant. Phone 63.
CLERKSHIPS open to men, women,
over 17. Postal Mail Service, Rail
way Mail," Washington Departments,
Typists. Salaries, JHOO-tlSOO. Ex
perience unnecessary. For free parti
culars of examinations, write J. Leon
ard (former Civil Service examiner)
94 9 Equitable Bldg. Washington, D. C.
TIME CARD
liwt Hock Stas"
Fancho Stubhlefield, Prop.
. Leaves Pendleton 7:00 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 8;00 A. M.
Leaves Pendleton 11:00 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 1:0 P. M.
leaves Pendleton 6:00 P. M-.
leaves Pilot Rock 6:30 P. M.
Leaves Hotel Pendleton and
French Restaurant.
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Beg. U. S.
WHY WEREN'T TOO HOME EAtRUY? DIDN'T I
TELL. VOO MR TEL LEM WOULD PjF HPOr
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WcKtoii-Pendlt'toii Auto Stage
Leaves Weston for Pendleton at
7:30 a. m. and 12:45 p. TO. . ,
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at
K:00 . m. and 1:00 p. m.
Leaves Adams for Pendleton at
8.20 a. m. and 1:20 p. m.
leaves Pendleton I Allen-Knight
Co. Store ( for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. m. -O.
H. McPHERRIN, Prop.
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Pendleton-Umatilla
Leave
Pendleton 8:00
Echo :15
Stanfleld, 9:30
Hermiston 9:55
Ar. Umatilla 10:15
4 Leave
Umatilla 8:00
Hermiston 8:20
Stanfleld 6:45
Echo 9:00
Ar. Fend. 10:15
Two Tripe Sunday
Leave Pendleton 1:00
asd 4.00 p. m.
4k Leave Umatilla 1:00
and 4:00 p. m.
Office Motor Inn Garajpi
722 Cottonwood St.
' I'hone 868
. PELL & DAWBOJf
Parcels delivered to all way
points.
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
WE REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Chase Co.
AUTO TIRES
PENDLETON CYCLE CO. Alax, Re-
,vere and Savage tires. 228 E. Court
Street.
U S. BEN'TLEY ft CO. Goodyear and
Tiinmnnd Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories. Alta, and Garden Sis.
GERTSON ft MARTY Gates Super-r-Tred
tires 639 Cottonwood. Vul
canizing and repairing.
PENDLETON RUBBER ft SUPPLY
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich Sll
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup. 805 E. Conrt.
AUTO TOPS
mnWA'9 AUTO TOPS. Plate Glass,
Backs, Bids Curtains 201 East
Court St,
AUCTIONEER
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgia ft Storle'a Implement
Co., for sale dates. .
AUTO TRANSFER
C E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs
Cigar Store. Phone 10 5.
FOR QUICK SERVICE Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone 62, Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phone 1369-R.
ATTORNEYS
oeorge W. COUTTS. Attorney at
Law. Room 17, Bond Bldg. .
I. M. SCHANNEP, Attorney at Law
Office In Court House.
R, I. KEATOR, Attorney at Law.
Room 24, Smith-Crawford Building.
CARTER ft SMYTHE, Attorneys at
Law. 224 E. Court St.
FEE & FEB, Attorneys at Law. Of
fices In Dcspaln Building.
8. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel,
lor at Law. Office In Dcspaln Bldg.
S. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law
Federal Building. ' ' "
PETERSON, Bishop ft Clark, At
- torneys at Law. Rooms 2 and 4
Smith-Crawford Bldg.
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor Hardware Com
pany. RALEY, RALEY STEIWER, Attor
nevs at Law. Office In American
National Bank Building.
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford
Bldg.
BATTERIES
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 18
months. W. E. Chase Co., 820 E.
Court St. Telephone 209. Pendleton.
Patent Office
W 9
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12:00 t:0v
1:16 8.15
1:35
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2:15 6:16
1Z;00 4:00
12:20 4:20
12:45 4:45
1.00 5:00
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CATERPILLAR WORK
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmfthing. Rotind-Up Garage.
Parka Nebergail, 212 West Webb.
CARPET CLEANING
WE WASH and clean the finest rugs
" satisfactorily. References ' given.
We make fluff rugs from old carpets.
Walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean-'
Ing Co. Phone 1677.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing",
Engineering;, Constructing, 16 years
experience Iiv concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third St., North Port
land, Oregon.
EYE SPECIALIST
xdUaUjritiic
ffiilliiiiitoafriniitoiisliiiiaT
CLEANERS AMD DYERS
PAVTORICM
PHONE 473 "
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS & CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 804 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Pendleton, Ore.
FURNITURE
NEW FURNITURE STORE It will
pay you to come and see FiBher be
fore buying new and second hand fur
niture. 302 W. Webb St:. Phone 198.
FARM LOANS
SNOW ft DAYTON, 117 E. Court St.,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Farm
Loans. See us about a loan.
DRAYMEN
WHO MOVES YOU is Just as Import
ant as where you move. We also
pack or store goods. We do country
hauling Call 139, Penland Bros.
Transfer, 114 W. Alta.
MADE TO MEASURE
Car:.E Franseen, Elks Bldg.
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Jail
tttt
V i-.Y." s tin i
I ;:: : ziwcaxxing $2.75 z 7
PEACHES, BASKET, 40c.
Prime Ribs of Beef rolled Spring Lamb, Young
Veal, all kinds of Cold Meats for luncheon or pic
nics. ...
The Dean
Meat
t Dept. Off i .
Phone 00 I
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A.H'..OTHl,b ib
THEHEeTiN"-
i.w:-s.'. eri i .,-, , ,. . .ii I i
WELL.-1'Nl
LEARM
5forq TO r-J (take
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LAUNDRY
EVERY Article Laundered perfectly.
There's an agent In your town,
Troy I.aundry, Bog Garden St.
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 401 Cor
St., Phone 0. We maintain a com
plete mending department.
HEMSTITCHING
HEMSTITCHING; at the Singer Shop.
Mall orders promptly attended to.
HEMSTITCHING Mail orders Mrs.
Ralph Hassell, 417 Bush, Phone 995.
New and Second Hand Dealers
V. STROBLE. dealer In new and see
ond hand goods. Cash raid for
second hand foods, s Cheapest place
to buy household goods, 210 E. Court
Phone 271-W.
FURNITURE, repairing packing,
crating, upholstering, carpet . clean
ing 7 years experience Grand Rapid
Mich. Furniture Co. All work fuar-
anteed, S12 W. Webb St., t t
OSTEOPATH
DR. G. E. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Burgeon. Jadd Bldg.; Tele
phones. Office 608; pealdence 8M-
Painting and Paper Hanging
FAINTS, Wall Paper, -Picture Fritm
ing. I J. McAtee, the Practloal
Paint Man. Lowe Bros., Paints.
RADIATOR REPAIRING
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
701 East Alta atreet. All maker tit
radiators repaired. Work fuatnteei
C. Blasberg, Prop. - -
RESTAURANT
T HE. -QVE LLE-r-A good place to 'eat.
SHOE REPAIRING
NEW SOLES, Rubber Heels, Ladle
French Wooden Heels Repairing
While You Wait. Pendleton Shoe)
Hospital. "
SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTIC
JHE most up-to-date effectual lead
ing science practised, E. F. GlheOB,
p. S. T.; N. D. Room 12 Peebler Bldf.
PHOTOGRAPHER
To introduce our kodak work w
will finish Free one roll and on print
each. Ward Studio.
TAILORS:
647 Main St.
Phone 1066
Tatom Co.
z Grocf ry J)ept. CQQ
Thone uo
.By George McManus
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