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. ' DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1921.
For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found
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W AiN 1 IU5.
Bat Inr t-polnt Counting its ordl-
pary word to the line,
First Insertion, per line ..10
Each - additional coneecutlve
Inaertlon, pr line
One month, every iaaue, each
e Insertion, per line
0 Six month! contract, every le
e) aue. each Inaertion per line
0 Twelve monthi contract, ev-
ery- leaue, each Inaertion,
, e Ada nut run consecutively,
e each Insertion, per line
No ada taken for lese than 1
lines. Minimum charge..
GIRL, WANTS position
store. Phono 10D8.
OIIIL for goneral house work
country or town. Phone 211-J.
ROOM AND HOARD for men only
day or week. (104 Thompson St.
GOOD TOOK and hrflisekeeper want a
position on ranch. "6 8" thin offlco.
WANTED TO BUT sumo chickens
I'honu 710-W, Mrs. Wm. DeVore,
FOR RENT Lar K front bed room,
bath adjoining, cheap will board
Inquire 220 Long St.
FUl SALE One 3V-ton Duplex
truck, run 12,000 miles. In flint cluss
condition. "69" this office.
FOR SALE Himalayan rabbits S."0
per pair or trade for 8-4 size violin
omc-Mrs. II. Itoblnelt, Hermiston,
UMATILLA EN'f'A M I'M KNT No. 17,
I. O. O. F. Wau-rraellon feed, Frl
dny evening. Regular meeting. M,
. Ross, Scribe,
WANT FL'RN'lTl'HK f fmiUI apart
ment house or rooming .house, with
lence, close In. Must be cheap for
cash. "67" this office.
Kra U Tnlo .
Teacher of vocal and Instrumental
music, elocution and rtrnnvitic
Classes organized. Phone 627-J.
CLASSY RAMU S KIGHT
We have Just taken In trade
this beautiful Psniels Eicht,
four pnfsentr nr. It Is fully
equipped and In elegnnl con
dition. This enr cost new, over
$r,.0n0.0o and we can now
sell you this car at a big sac
If you want to buy a classy,
dependable automobile at a
bargain price, come In and
look this car over. Will con
sider car In trnde, nnd can
give liberal terms. '
ORKGOV MOTOR GARAGE
LOST AND FOUND
11.ST 34x4 "4 Slivertowi. Cord tire.
tube, rim and lire cover, between Pen-
dlelon and Pi'ot
Iave ot E. O. Office.
LOST Large brtndle milch cow dry
no brand visible long horns
$10.60 reward If delivered to E. G.
Boltmnrsh ranch, south of reae.rvatlon.
RY MICHAEL- F- TjACKY
(International News Service Staff
DENVER, Aug. IS. Mrs. Clemency
McJJvoy, believed to have been the
first' white womnn to explore the Col
orado Rockies, Is dead at her home in
Arvnda. Col., near here, nt the age ot
Mrs. Mcllvoy, who was one of the
most picturesque characters that ever
blasted the trail through the wllder
nesi, endured many privations and
hardships In the early daye of the
present Centennlel State.
The quaint old Indy, who for the lost
twenty year has been seen In the old
fashioned garden of her Arvada home,
rmwklng a large black clgnr and car
rying a heavy enne on her arm, was
the subject for many a thrilling tale
told by the pioneer folks of the village.
Lured by the promise of gold in the
mountains, Mrs. Mcllvoy and her hus
band, equipped with ox tedms, started
the Journey West from their Indiana
home soon after their marriage in
1SS4. Traveling slowly and encounter,
lug inumernble-dangers that msfle
long stops necessary, they reached
Ciolden in May. 1859.
Five years of travel In prairie
ar'hoonera nnd on horseback enured
tho sturdy feminine pioneer to suffer
ing, nnd, while other women remained
in, tit village at Golden while their
husbands sought for the golden dust In
tho mountains Mrs. Mcllvoy disdained
the dangers and Joined her mste In tiie
Tugged hills, nt that time peopled with
Indians and wild beasts, In their starch
for the precious metal.
' A vear of prospecting In the vicinity
of Golden failed to bring riches to the
Jldlvoys and they Journeyed to Mon
tana. Here they also met -with disap
pointment and returned to Golden,
where they purchased land and en
caged In farming. - '
" Having no children the couple de-
yeloped a love of bof'.- and according
to local tradition, bc iered very little
With worldly affairs, veritablly burying
themselves In their small rural heme.
About twenty years ago the couple
mcfed Into the village of Arvada and
tr I dwado were famlllorly known to
very boy and girl' In the village as
; NEW TODAY j
FqVV our Home
We POLISH all shorn that are repair
ed ut the Pendleton Shoo Shop.
rOHTTiAXn C. & M. STAGE
" 'IJ.NRM ....
Leaving daily at g A., M. from Hotel
Pendleton for Portland and way
points, using twin six Packard totiring
cars. Faie, S.OO one way or $14.50
We have taken over the house mov
ing outfit formerly operated by James
Cornfield and are ready for all kinds
of house moving work.
WiLSEY BROS. -
Phone 224-J 012 riay at.
USED CAR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE King Eight car in good
shape cheap, for. cash Phone
FOR SALE Chandler car will take
" Ford as part payment. Phone 651.
223 E.i Court St.
SVH IEAVE an exceptional good buy
In at Ford Roadster, $225.00. terms
Ellis-Schiller -o., Phone 083.
FOR SALE 1-ton Republic truck,
good shape will take Ford In trade,
easy terma on balance. Oldsmobile Co.
THINK "OF THIS! 1920 Ford tour
ing car, electric lights, starter, look
like new, at a bargain. Will Rive
terms. Ellis-Schiller Co., Phone M,
FOR SALE 1920 Buic k. almost new
mechanically perfect driven only
7000 miles.. Spauldlug spot, light,
bumper, 5 new tires with cover.
OAKLAND TCURINO CAR In first
class shape liarcnln will take
Ford In trade. Ford roustabout, very
reasonable. It will run. R. M. Tarn-If-r,
Phone 870, Ml Willow St.
FOR SALE ,
FOR SALE Brunswick ..phonograph
FOR SALE Two Blewett Harvesters
FOR SLB Well rurnlshea Apt.
hovae -cheap Phone. 627-J.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 1920 truck
J. M. Bryan, $10 Tustln Street. . . .
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED, $1.50 at
Rl'DIVS. 107 W. Webb, phone 685.
FOR SALE 6 room house with bath
and garage on north side. For terms
write Box 123 Echo. Ore.
FOR SALE 5 room bungalow mod
ern. Small payment down, terms
011 balance. Call 015 W. High St.
Undo Mac" nnd "Aunty Mac . The
pair were fumed among the youth for
heir wonderful tales of unlmnl and
plant life and tho history ot the State's
Mrs. Mcllvoy was born In French
Lake, Orange County, Indiana, and
numbered among her ancestors ninny
en and women distinguished In the
history of tho country, especially in
the South. Since the death of her
husband, ten years ago, sho has led
he life of a' recluse, a pipe or cigar
nnd the heavy cano being but two of
her numerous eccentricities.
Mrs. McElvoy was burled In Crown
Hill Cemetery; In Denver. -
A cat, accidentally Jailed In a crate
protecting nn automobile, troveieo
from Detroit to Sydney, Australia. It
was carefully nursed, and is the pet
And pride of the company in whose
auto crate it had tancn 11s meaner,
voyage bf seven weeks across tho
world and over two oceans.
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FOR, SALHI-A11Kinds- of Inaurance.
J. H. Estee, 614 Main St., Phone 604.
MY RESIDENCE at 1013 Raley, St., I
"f "--. i none bus, or 692-J, Dale'
FOR SALE-r-3 car loads Red flpll Ce,
oar rence posts 7 ft. 8 cents each.
' - cars. Frank a. Blair, Lowell,
run fcAL.JV-.-A nice homo- ehen.D If
taken nt ence; terms; also other lots
eneap. Kee. 115 jane St., Phone
FOR SALE OR TRAJDE-r-Four 101
biu. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Phone 1F4. O. H.
FOR SALE $125.00 Brunswick and
about $40.00 worth of record, all
new, for $ 100.00. Apt. 13, Stturity
FOR, BALE 66 Caterpillar, over'
hauled in good shape for harvest
natlor.ary attachment Address Box
'w.mu ta-'O uaKiand Six; new-
tires and In first class mechanical
condition. A real bargain to some one.
Inquire 120 W. Court St. - - - -
FOR SALE 1 span good work mules,
weight about 2210, one span good
worn mules, weight about 2150. Also
Ford truck, 1918 model, fiat rack with
stakes on side, good condition. In
quire Roy S. Neal. Bowman Hotel.
FOR SALE Portland . property
$5000 terms. Seven room house,
paved street, 4 Iota, garage, barn,
chicken coop, and run, berries, fruit
trees, line shrubs and roses. Address
709 Gerard St., Portland, Ore., Uni
FOR SALE Oil LEASE 16,000 acres
wheat land. 5 room cottage and 2
lots.) Small payments down, balance
terms. 80 acres to exchange for Pen
dletov residence property. Pendle
ton Investment Co., 115 Railroad St.,
7 room house, north side, beautiful
5 room bungalow, north side street
paved. - '
Houses In at! parts of the city, some
on easy payments.
Large and small ranches both alfalfa
and' -wheat, also dairy ranch, well
equipped. . -.
Geo. W. Elder tt Son
818 Main St. -; ' - Phone 3
APT& AND ROOMS ALTA APT8.
FOR RENT Furnished; Apt. Phone
ROOM AND BOARD for gentlemen
$15 Post St.
R.OOM AND BOARD lor men only
403 E. Webb. , . '
1 AND 2 roomed apartments for rent
402 Tustln St.-.. .,-. '
FOR RENT 1 suite office room In
oulre Penland Bros.
FOR RENT Two room apartment
'. Inquire 407 E. Court.
-2 furnished housekeep--707
FOR RENT 3 room -unfurnished
apartment. Phone 972-M.
FOR RENT Furnished Apartment
No Children. Hamilton Court.
FOR RENT Furnished room "with
balh Phone 539-W, call 410 Madi
FOR RENT Down stairs sleeping
' room with bath privilegos. Phone
FOB RENT Four room apt., $15
monin lor 9 montna. rnoue (ju-w
FOR RENT- Two tnres room fur
nished apts., with bath one with
gaa close in. Alio furniture for Bale
and house (or rent Phone Sft-J.
PASTURE tor horse, mulea and cat
tle 13.50 . per . month mountala
range, good grass, water and salt
will get them and deliver them. Ad
dress E. B. Kidder, Gibbon, Ore. . . ..,
WANTED Sewing at home Poena
1028-J 12(T Lee St.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
The East Oregonian office.,
WANTED Middle aged man to do
choree. Phone 1BF22 after 6 p. m,
or 4 rooms, Phone
WANTED TO BUY 4 er & room bun
galow or cottage, roust be in central
part. rPhone 8T.
LADY. BOOKKEEPER, atenographer,
experiended automobile, real estate,
other lines, desires position. Phone
33-R. - -
CANDYMAH4NQ business Start at
. home, everything furnished men,
women, $30.00 weekly Bon Bon Co.,
WANTED-rVTwo .ladles to travel, $aP
week and expenses; 3 to work city
and outside towns, $3 day. Room 25,
Golden Rule Hotel. Mrs. Jones.
WANTED Educated Christian work
er for work along Christians lines-
Salary, $21.00 week;. Address "61"
care East Oregonian, giving Phone No.
COUNTY AGENTS WANTED Big
money maker agents can, clear Ten
Dollars pr day, write at. once for our
agents proposition A. J. Mellis, 123
1st. St., Portland, ore.
WANTED Educated woman Interest
ed in child welfare for special em
ployment In connection with Sex Hy
giene work. Salary $90.60- Mo. "Ad
dress "80'' care East Oregonian, giv
ing phone No. and address.
WANTED Refined woman Interested
.In child training and. educational
work, for several months special
work along these lines. Salary $90.00
Mo., no teaching. Address "62" care
East Oregonian, giving Phone and ad
dress. ' '
PLAITING of all kinds Phone 688
Mrs. Lee, 3W6 Post St.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetiere
Phone 324-W. Address 614 Jane.
WE ARB TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phona 461, Oregon
SHOE) REPAIRING Wa lead "them
all because wo use the Good Year
Welt system. Pendleton Shoe Shop,
1 20 W. Court St.
Brown A BrMy
Undertakers and licensed embalm-
ere. 1 Calls night or day promptly at
tended to. Lady attendant. Phone 6$.
; ' - Dressmakiiu;, .- .
. Mrs. Allen's Gown Shop; Room 18
Stangier Bldg., will, reopen -Monday,
August 22. Anyone wishing to engage
time In advance may do so now.
, , . TIME CARD
riiot Rock Stage .
Fancho Stubblefteld, Prop.
Leaves Pendleton 7:06 A. -M.i
leaves Pilot Rock 8:00 A. M.
Leaves Pendleton 11:00 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 1:00 P. M. "
Leaves Pendleton S:00 P. M-,
leaves Pilot Rock 6:30 P. M.
Leaves Hotel Pendleton . and
French Restaurant. '
A bio Stage
Leave - t
Pendleton :00 it-.M
Echo 1:15 - 1M
Sfanfleld - :$0 i'.ii
Hermiston t:&6 1:16
Ar. Umatilla 16:11 1:1
Two Trips Sunday v
Leave' Pendleton 8:0 as-,
ad 4:00 p. m. '
Leave Umatilla 1:00 a. an.
and 4:00 p. m.
Office Motor Ian Oaragfl '
722 Cottonwood Bt,
PFXL & DAWSON
Parcels delivered te all way
HW BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PD1E11 HI MM
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Tli'lii Iljrectbry la enpeclally iiahdy tor the out-of-towo reader who may want the name 4n6?Jai1flrWi! f'ri
popafbie "businessmen who- repreaent' the following llnea. All are reflblo, responsible, IjusfneS concerns wrto
stand ready to "give you prompt service. ' ,, , . . . ,
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
WE REPAIR anything electrlqal op
an automobile. W. ii Cbaae'Co. 1
PENDLETON CI CLE CO.AJax. Re
,vere and Savage tirea, 228 E. Court
Street. ' ,' ' "
UA 5ENTLEY eV CO. Goodyear and
piamond Tirea Tire service, . . cite
and accessories. Alt and Garden 8ts.
GERTSON & MARTY Oatea ffuper-
Tred tirea 31 Ootwawood. Vul
canizing and repairing... i . .. ; ,
PENQLETON RUBBER ft.SUPPLT
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich S11-verto-wn
Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup. 05 K. Court.
OADWA'S AUTO TOPS, Plata Glass.
Backs, Side Curtains 201 Bast
Court St, .
COU W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgls A Storie's Implement
Co., for sale dates. ...
Auctioneer . . .
A live livestock and farm sales auc
tioneer. Large, and small sales given
same -careful attention. Office at
Clemens & Ebert implement house.
Satisfaction guaranteed. . - ;
' MARION FOSTER
Phone 867 605 E. Court St.
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store. Phone 1075,
FOR QUICK SERVICE Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone 62, Crescent Cigar
Store, Residence, Phone 1069-R.
GEO ROB W. COUTT3, Attorney at
Law, Room 17, Bond Bldg.
M. SCHANNEP, Attorney at Lair
Office In Court House
R I. KEATOR, Attorney at Law,
. Room 24. Smith-Ctawfordl Rnlldlng.
CARTER SMYTHE, Attorneys at
law. 224 E. Court St.
FEE A FEB, Attorneys at Law.
flees In Des pain Building. : . .-
S. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office) la Despala Bldg.
a A. NBWBERRY.. Attorney at Law
Federal Building. ,
PETERSON, Bishop as Clark, ' At
- torneys at Law: Room and 4
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office oyer Taylor Hardware Oom
pany. , - ;
RALBT, RALEY. A STErWER,.AUor
neys at, Law. t Office la, American
National Bank Building.
FRED 1L SCHMIDT. Attorney - at
Law. Koom i . Smith -Crawford
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 18
months. W. E. Cttase Oo 320 EL
Court St, Telephone SOt, Pendleton.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmUhing. Round-Up Oarage.
Parks NebergaU, 212 West Webb.
W'eeton-Pcndlbton Auto Stage
Leaves Weston for Pendleton at
' 7:30 a; m. and 12:4$ 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 1:10 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight
Co. Store( for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. m.
O. H. McPHERRIN. Prop.
WE WASif tod clean the finest ruga
satisfactorily. Reference . given.
we make flu f rugs from old carpets.
Walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
ing Ce. Phone 1677. .
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, 16 years
experience' in, concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. TlUrd St., North Port
tand, Oregon. , .
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MOJJK.L TAILORS & CLEANERS
dressing and reDairlne. nj v
Webb St, Phone 321. Pendleton. Ore.
NEW FURNITURE STORE It wlU
pay you to come and sea Flshar v..
fore buying new and second hand fur
niture. $02 W, Webb St.. Phone '
SNOW A DAYTON. 117 aTcou fit..
Real Estate. Fira Inauranea run
Loans. See us abost a loan.
WHO MOVES YjOU la Just as import-
ant as where rou move. w i
pack or store goods. We do country
nauung call 439, Penland Broa
Transfer, 114 W. Alta.
MADE TO MEASURE
da U J
Carl 3BJ Franseeo, V2ks BMgl,
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There'! an agent In your town
Troy Laundry, 008 Garden St. -
f -J 1 1 in 1
I CLEANER? AND DYERS I
E' - : For Canning .J-aS
Home Grown-; Cantaloupes
Meat Dept. OR
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DOMESTIC LAUNDRT- 401 t& Cosr
Ut., Phone 64L We maintain a eoay
ptete mending department..
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer Bhop;
Uail orders, promptly attended to.
HEMSTITCHING MaU orders Wra.
Ralph. Ilassell, 417 Bush, Phone I9S.
New and Second Hand Dealers
V. STROBLE, dealer in new and sec
ond hand goods. Cash ' paid for
second hand goods. Cheapest place
to buy household goods, 210 E. Court
FURNITURE. repairing, . packing,
crating, upholstering, carpet class
ing 7 years experience Grand Rapid
Mich. Furniture. Co. AU work guar
anteed, 812 W. W eb . J'
1 1 ,. 1 1 1 1 iir
DR. Ui E. HOLT Osteopathic; phyat-
cian and Surgeon. , J add Bldg.. Tele
phones. Office AOS;' ReaJdesMje SfteW.
Painting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. L. J. HcAtee, the Practloal
Paint Man. Lowe Bros.,' Painta,' 1
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORKg
701 East Alta street. All makes of
radiators repaired. Work guaranteed.
C. Blasberg, Prop. - v
THE QUELLE A good place to eat.
NEW SOLES, Rubber Heels, Ladies
French Wooden Heels Repahrtna;
While -Y-oa-. Wait, feUoa
THE most up-to-date effectual lead.
ing science practised. . F. . GJbaoa, ,
p. a T.; N. D. Room II Peebter Bldg.
To Introduce our kodak work wo
will finish Free one roll aad one) print .
each. Ward 8odtai , . .
047 Main St.
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