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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, ftJESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1C, 1021.
lor Kent, Mc, tiassiiied lor Lasy lieierence.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found
4 li AIICH
But Id t-polnt Counting six oral
s' nary word, to the line.
Pirn In.ertlon, per line -.$.10
Knell ailuitinrial conaecutlv
Inaortiun, per line
Ono month, every Uaue, each
Inkerllon, pit line
Bin months contract, every la
sue, each tiimrrtion per line
Twelve month, contract, ev
e - ery Ihmio, each limertlun, '
Ada not run consecutively,
each insertion, p-r line......
No ads Uken fur less than I
line. Minimum charge
upu 11 nicnt.-
FOR ItKNT Fiiriilslicil mom -with
bath l'linno r3!l-V, Pull 410 Madi
JIT UKSIDKXCK nt 1013 Haley St., Ib
for mile. Plume lion, or 603-1, Dale
LOST Stindity Aug. .14, ladies rain
coat between (lll)lion and Pendleton.
J'leaao return to 4U KaHl Welili St,
WANTKI KiHicnteil Christian work
er for work ulonir ChiiHi lans lines
Salary' 121.01) week. Arid rem "61"
cure IOiihI Oregoniun. kIvIiik Phono Xo,
1.1.11(1 PAII hy "I'nmfmt Ideal Foot
Powder Co." for any cane of Peru
plrultun, ililor, sealiled feel if it fulls to
Mitlrructurlly relieve. AKk your druK
gint or Kline man.
WANTKI IMiK tiled woman Uneras
ed in child welfare for .special em
ployment In connection with Sex Hy
Klrne work. Salary I'.m.oi) lo. Ad
drni "Co" care Kast Orcironlan, giv
ing phono No. and uddreK.
WA.NTKIi Iti flned woman Interested
In chllil IriMnlrvK and educational
work fur reveral months special
work iilon. these lines, iiilary 90.00
Mi)., mi tcmhlhtf. Addres "62" care
Fast oregonlan, irivlng Phono nnd ad
dreart. FOR 8ALK nil L.KASH 16,000 acres
wheat land, o room rnttaKP nnd
lotn. Small payments down, balance I
terms. SO ai res to exchange for Pen
dleton residence property. Pendle
ton investment Co., 113 Railroad St.,
p.y FP.AN'lv HETTY.
Inleinational News Service Staff
0 iTcxpuntlt nt.
NEW YORK, A us. 16 When we
were kids we used lo play a name
called "Ten Step".' 'in which whoever
was "It" stood with cloned eyes and
counted rapidly to icn. the others
riislihiK from a sturtlm: point In an
effort in be the f"s' counter.
Anyone caiiMbt moviiiK after "ten"
h:)d been counli'd had to o back and
a' art over.
It Is much the same game which
wculd he Immigrants to the I'nited
Sta vr play these days. The rules arc
tin i.'-w "1-T. of 3 per cent" law, which
inids like beer, hut which Is really
i u'tenipt to check linmlpration. Ol -
ga and Carlo a ml Boris start from tne
hi her side mid rash for Ihe land of
the Iteo, trying to reach Ellis Island
he, ore I tic qiinui man says "'ton" If
he ent-hrs I hem on the move they
1 -ivu tr. go back and try all over again
the lirst of next month.
Thft new law, which has been effec
tive for about two inonlhs lias cer
tainly jn.zed up the business of Imral
g rat lo ,i. It provides Hint the niiuil'ei
of immigrant from any one couni.y
be limited to 3 per cent of that na
tion'B 191(1 population. And it has a
joker which says that only 1-8 of that
1 per cent shnll come In In any one
Niiw with a country like Herimv-.y,
whh. h had iiboiit a million popubitli n
lu lilO atnl has sent less than Mm
here si rep the law been me effective
last June, the new restrictions don't
n atler very much. Rut when it
comes to Greece, Poland, Turkey nnd
po.-ne of the smaller nations, they are
ciii'j'i; up their quotas In record time
and l.oilering for more.. The Unii ul
To Aid Mother
i It R Harrlwn. sailed fir Ber
lin In m-e' hi. m-'tb-r. Mrs. Mar
m,..i n HurrlKon Mrs Harrison,
n Amerl-an writer, was recently
teleuaril fmin a Bolshevik prison
LOST AND FOUND
LOST 84x4 Silvcrtowr.. Cora tiro,
tulie, rim and tire cover, between Pen
dletnn and I'i'ot ITock. Ilnwuid.
I.eava at K. O. Office.
LOST Largo brlndlo milch cow dry
n6 brand visible long horns-
110.00 reward If delivered to E. G.
Sttltmiirsh ranch, south of reservation.
lOltTLAXO t & M. STA(.i:
leaving daily at S A. M. from Hotel
Pendleton for Portland and way
points, using twin six Packard totirirm
earn. Fare, $1.00 one way or $14.!0
We have tnken over the house mnv-
ina; outfit formerly operated by James
Co-.-nfield nnd are ready for all kinda
of house ninvlnit work.
Phone 224-J 012 Clny St.
States Is still to them file land of
freeotn, )id the report that tln'ir
c mil. K Is about to he curtalU.l has
raised n;i awful furor among in cui
I inj; i:nioiurnnlK.
I I'. r.-riifcrs In l'ur.v.
If the lav.' merely stipulated Ibat
I w hen a nation had sent us 3 per cent
! of Its mill population no more would
l.i ailtvlltcd there would be no ibfn
ci.liy: the (How conhl dimply le
shipped back home, with Fncle Sam's
restc's. nil ihts' 1-5 of 3 per en'
each ;nc.-tli I'Usbifss has then a'l
Enessi-ic v) tVn nt fitvt.
It didn't taka the wily foreigner
Inn? to ri.ti h rmo the joker ir turn
the trick nua.'iist na. Eight litt.e in
Hons tiHid up their uoti.s duriiv; . "ly,
which was tho Hint month. vVnoii it
fame ai'oy.i'l to'viuil the In.st . f the
i.n.imh. d:d the liners brinsin in." I
jijriiils to thi." country 1"" '' Ith
they wrrr lie li't- because of the
month's na lu inn full, a'l '. put
back ' T hey did l.ol.
Much lo the 'l.'KUst, even 1'; tVe
fitry of po" c hi' ilrcds of .'. ii'cr.o.'.n
ciii.cns rtho i'.aiireiied lo be pa-sen.
c-c. cisbt IU: transatlaiit c ll..e.'
duo b. to in .li b' calmly delaye.l tb-'lr
aniv.il m cv I'crk until lb" fi st of
th nn-t.th One i lie Mcsal: in II. ,s. a
Hrcc k liner, .M:n 130 Air-.e -iriiii
a'.oird. .iii,ied of Fire lslnr.1 Ju:v
; and despite the rape .''! 1 bM'i'
of the United Slates c'v.-c
i.iied inchi.r I I'd stayed there jur
tho thrcc-mlle limit
The .lolicr Has a Brother.
Several other liners, one big one
ri in Italy among them, followed suit.
)n the stroke of midnight, when July
became August, there was n grami
usb across the line. With a touting
of whistles tho immigrant-i'earing
vabadb swept down upon Kills Isl-
niid. Their passengers wouiu nine
been in excess of the first month
quota, but this wan August now, and
that was another matter.
It Is reasonable to suppose, immi
gration officials say, that this per-
rmnncc w ill ho repented m ound Sep
tember 1 and again the first of each
month until at midnight, November
30, the last grand rush begin.
To cope with the situation 11 hap
been decided by local officials tnnr an
surplus Immigrants shall be admitted
upon personal bonds, it they can in
them, until October 1. It is nopcu
lint a federal law, somewhat less ex
acting, will be enacted nernre inn
time. It is believed that the rranicn
..r i I.e. nresent measure. Which is
temporary, failed to sea tho jazzy ef
fect of their legislation.
So the immigrants who wait outside
tho line until the new month hosim
are really wasting their time, imcaus.
ihev could get in, anyway, nut inej
don't know It so the gnmo is Just as
as though it were real.
BRINGING UP FATHER
, THlt Ifj ONE
NICHT OF THE s.
WEEK THAT I fr
MUST ,IT TO 111
OlNTX MOORES 0g , lii
PLACE- WHAT r-'j VJI
WILLI TELL Jd'rA
USEP CAR EXCHANGE
H)R SAX1S King Eight car in Rood
shape cheap for cash Phone
roil KALE Chandler car will take
J'ord us part payment. Phone 651
223 K. Court St.
Wig HAVE an excejfional rood buy
in a Ford Roadster, $225.00, terms
Eilis-Schillcr Co., Phone 963.
FOR PA LB 1 -ton Reptibllo truck,
Kood shape will take Ford in trade,
easy terms on balance. Oldamobile Co.
Till X K OF THIS! 1920 Ford tour
ing car, elect rlo. lights, starter, looks
like new, at a bargain. AVIU give
terms. Ellis-Schiller Co., Phone 96 :l.
For SALE 1 920 Buick, almost new
mechanically perfect driven only
7000 miles. Spaulding spot light,
bumper, 5 new tires with cover.
OAKLAND TOURING CAR In first
class shape bargain will take
Ford In trade. Ford roustabout, very
reasonable. It will run. R. M. Tarn
Icr. I'hone 870, 518 Willow St.
FOR S.VLK Brunswick
FOR SALE Two Blewett Harrestirs
. Phone 14F11.
FOR SLE Well rurnlsheo
boise -rheap Phone 627-J.
FO(t SALE OR TRADE 1920 truck
: J. JL Bryan, 310 Tustln Street.
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED, $1.50 at
Ilinil'S, 107 W. Webb. Phone 685.
J. H. Estes,
All kinds of Insurance.
614 Main St., Phone 604.
FOR SALE 6 room house with bath
and garage on north Bide. For terms
write Box 123 Echo, Ore.
FOR SALIC 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 S00 W. Webb, Phone 884
Ft Ml SALE 3 car loads Red Split Ce
dar fence posts 7 ft. 8 cents each,
f. o. b. cars. Frank E. Blair, Lowell,
FOR SALE A nice home cheap If
taken at once; terms; also other lots
cheap. Res. 115 Jane "St., Phone
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four 100
bit. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Phone 1F4. O. H.
FOR SALE 65 Caterpillar., over
hauled In good shape for harvest
stationary attachment Address Box
FOR SALE Is ft. gas combined har
vester for sale cheap. Can be seen
In operation on Sheldon Taylor farm
In Middle Cold Springs Phone 10F12.
FOR SALE 1 span good work mules,
weight about 22jO, one span good
work mules, weight about 2150. Also
Ford truck, 1918 model, flat rack with
stakes on side, good condition. In
quire Roy S. Neal, Bowman Hotel.
l or Sale
7 room house, north side, beautiful
5 room bungalow, north side street
Houses In nil parts of the city, some
in easy payments.
Large nnl small ranches both alfalfa
ind vhcat, also dairy ranch, well
Geo. V. FJdcr & Son
811 Main St. Phone 993
OOrt'T "00 F-VECi
OF COIH OUT ?
Handy Business Directory of Pendleton and Vicinity
ThH Directory la especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the name and address of responsible fcuains men who represent
tb (oUwtrtttK lines. All are reliable, responsible business concerns who stand ready to give you prompt service. ; " '. . . ,
FOR SALE Portland property
$5000 terms. Seven room house,
paved street, 4 lots, garage, barn,
chicken coop, and run, berries, fruit
trees, fine shrubs arid roses. Address
709 Gerard St., Portland, Ore., Uni
APT8. AND ROOMS AlTA APTS.
FOR RENT Furnished; Apt. Phone
FOR RENT Modern APts., close In
ROOM AND BOARD for gentlemen
515 Port St.
ROOM AND BOARD lor men only
403 E.: Webb.
1 AND 2 roomed apartments for rent
402 Timlin St.
FOR RENT 2 suite office room In-
ouire Penland Bros.
FOR RENT Two room apartment
Inquire 407 E. Court.
FOR RENT 2 furnished housekeep
ing rooms. 707 Lilleth St.
FOR RENT 3 furnisnea rooms 301
So. Main St., Phone 251-W.
FOR RENT Four room apt
month for 2 months. Phone 730-W
FOR RENT Well furnished sleeping
room with bath $10.00 month.
FOR RENT Two three room fur
nished apts., with bath one with
gas close In. Also furniture for sale
nd house for rent Phone 369-J.
PASTURE tor horses, mules and cat
tle $1.69 per month mountain
range. Rood erass. water and salt
will get them and deliver them. Ad
dress E. B. Kidder, Gibbon. Ore.
WANTED A small steam boiler In
WANTED Sewing at home Phone
1028-J 120 Lee St.
WA N'TED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
The East Oregonian office.
WANTED A girl for general house
work for Bmall family. Phone
LADY PTENOGRATHER.. bookkeep
er, experienced in various lines, de
sires position. Phone 363-R.
CANDTMAITJNQ business Start at
home, everything furnished men.
women, $30.00 weekly Bon Bon Co.,
WANTED Two ladies to travel, $30
week and exnenses: S to work city
and outside towns, $3 day. Room 25,
Golden Rule Hotel, Mrs. Jones.
PLAITING of ail kinds phone 588-
Mrs. Lee, $t6 Tost St.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetiere
Phone S24-W. Address 614 Jane.
RAG RUGS and carpets. All kinds of
fancy work. Wheeler's, 1300 W.
WE ARE TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phone 468. Oregon
Brown & Brady
Undertakers and licensed embalm-
era. Calls night or day promptly at
tended to. Lady attendant. Phone 63
Pilot Hock Staav
Fnncho Stubhlefield, Prop.
Leaves Pendleton 7:00 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 8:00 A. M.
Leaves Pendleton 11:n0 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 1;0 r. M.
Leaves' Pendleton 5:00 P. M.,
leaves Pilot Rook 6:30 P. M.
, Leaves Hotel Pendleton and
Weston-Pendleton AM" Stage
Leaves Weston for Pendleton at
7:30 a. m. and 12:45 P- m.
Leaves Athena for Tendleton 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-Knight
Co. Store( for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. m.
O. H. McPHERRIN, Prop.
Reg. U. S.
TO THINK eOv f"
ir vt'M .
7l'- - - ''te'fca
o vvT MM
8:00 12:00 4:00
-20 12:20 4:20
8:46 12:46 4:46
9:00 1.00 6.00
10:16 2:16 1:16
Two Tripe Sunday
Leave Pendleton 1:00 au
ftftd 4.00 p. m.
Leave Umatilla l:0
and 4:00 p. m.
Office Motor Inn Game '
722 Cottonwood Bt.
Parcels delivered la all war
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
We REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Chase Co.
Kt. Umatilla 10:1a
. PENDLETON CYCLE CO. AJax, Re-
$15 peri.vere and Savage tires. 228 E. Court
L. S. EENTLEY 4 CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories. Alia and Garden 8t.
GERTSON & MARTT Gates Super--Tred
tires 639 Cottonwood. Vul
canizing and repairing.
PENDLETON RUBBER ft SUPPLY
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich 811
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup. 305 E. Court.
GADWA'8 AUTO TOPS, Plate Glass,
Backs, Side Curtains 201 East
COL. W. F. TOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgis & Storle's Implement
Co., for sale dates.
A live livestock and farm sales auc
tioneer. Large and small sales given
same careful attention. Office - at
Clemens & Ebert implement house.
Phone S67 505 E. Court St.
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store. Phone 1075.
FOR QUICK SERVICE Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone B2, Crescent Clear
Store. Residence, Phone 105 9-R.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, Attorney at
Law, Boom 17, Bond Bldg.
LJkl. SCHANNEP, Attorney at Law
Office In Court House. .
R. 1. KEATOR, Attorney at Law.
Room 34, Smith-Crawford Building.
CARTER A SMYTHE, Attorneys at
Liiw. 221 E. Conrt St. -
FEE & FEB, Attorneys at Law.
fices in Despaln Building.
S. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Oflirc in Despnln uiug,
S. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law
PETERSON, Bishop ft Clark, At-i
torneys at Law. Rooms 2 and 41
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor Hardware Com
RALEY, RALEY STE1WER, 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. Oiase Co., S20 E.
Court St. Telephone 209, Pendleton.
MA'CC.IE'CARLIN - IF
vou let r-i- our
ToNit,Ht - 1 "WON'T
C0 OUT Cilts THI
O I v .- .-
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmithlng. Round-l'p . Oarage,
Parks St NelH-rga'tl, 212 West Webb.
WE WASH and clean the finest rugs
satisfactorily. References given,
We make fluff rugs from old carpets.
Walla Walla Bug and Carpet Clean
ing Co. Phone 1677.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, 16 years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 61 E. Third St., North Port
CLEANERS AND DYERS,
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS & CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 304 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Pendleton, Ore.
NEW FURNITURE STORE It will
pay you to come and see Fisher be
fore buying new and second hand fur
niture. 302 W. Webb St., PhOTirl8.
SNOW & DAYTON, 117 E. Court St.,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Farm
Loans. See us about a loan.
WHO MOVES YOU Is just as import-
int 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. Franseon, Elks Bldg.
for canning, they are just right now.
OUR CANTALOUPES BY THE ,.f
' CRATE ARE VERY CHEAP
Get a crate, they will keep several days,
as they are fresh and home grown.
. . . 1.00 CRATE. .
The Dean Tatom Co.
Meat Dept. Off . ' Grocery Dept. COO
Phone 0D I Phone &00
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's an agent In your town.
Troy laundry, 008 Garden St.
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 401 E. Court
(it., I'hone 60. We maintain a com
plete mending department.
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer Bbop.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
HEMSTITCHING Mall orders Ulrs.
Ralph Hansen, 417 Bush, I'hone 995.
New and Second Hand Dealers
V. STROBLE, dealer in now and see
ond hand goods. Cash raid tar
second hand goods. Cheapest place
to buy household goods, 210 E. Court
Phone 271-W. .
FURNITURE, repairing, packing.
crating, upholsteri.ig, carpet clean
ing 7 years experience Grand Rapid
Mich. Furniture Co. All Worn tuai1
anteed, 318 W. Webb St." ,
OSTEOPATH . '
DR. G. E. HOLT Osteopathic physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bldg., Tele
phones, Office 80S; Residence 8H6-J.
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. I J. McAtee, the Practical
Paint Man. Lowe Bros., Paints, i
RADIATOR REPAIRING I
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
701 East Alta street. All make of
radiators repaired. Work guaranteed,
C. Blasberg, Prop.
THE QUELLE A good place to.
NEW SOLES, Rubber Heels, Ladle
French Wooden Heels Repairing
While You Wait. Pendleton BDoe
THE most up-to-date effectual lead
ing; science practised, E. P. Gloaosi,
P. S. T.; N. D. Room 12 Peebler Bid.
To Introduce our kodak work w
will finish Free "one roll and one print
each. Ward Studio. ' t
847 Main St.
By George McManus
bt Intl F.tus ti.vict. Inc.
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