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DAILY EAST aHEGONIAtf, ENDLETON, OEUQON, tflllDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2,1921.
For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found
. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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USED CAR EXCHANGE I FOR SAt-E REAL ESTATE
each insertion, per line .10
No ads taken-for less than 1
lines. Minimum charge - .15
Foil. RENT Modern Apts., Phone
ndian rolie ut circus.
FOR SALE Roll top desk In
condition. Phone 648.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
The East Oregonlan office.
WANTED Woman or girl for gener
al house work.- Phone 113. .
FOR SALE OR TRADE1920 truck
J. M, Bryan, 310 Tustln Street.
FOR SALE King Eight car In good
shape cheap for cash Phone
FOR SAtS Chandler .'or win take
Ford as part payment. Phone 6F1
223 E. Court St.
FOR SALE I-ton Republic truck,
good shape will take Ford in trade,
easy terms on balance. Oldsmoblle Co.
WANT to care fur children day or
night Inquire 719 Ann St.
FOR 64 LB Weil furnished
house -cheap phone 627-J.
FOR SALE Nice residuno property,
north side and other locations.' W.
H. Morrison,, Phone 1003 or 1145.
FOR SALE 5 room bungalow mod
ern. Small payment down terms
on balance. Call 015 W. High St.
FOR SALE Foiu worm drive truck,
recently overhauled, good tires and
well built body. This is a snap.
Kimpson Auto Co.
WANTED To room and bonrd boys
going to school. Phone 49i'-Mt
LOST Ring, ret with two
Phone 623 or 105 Main St.
WANTED For steady employment, a
reliable industrious man. I'hone
WANTED Position a clerk In store
1 Home experience. Miss Larson, BID
W. Webb St.
FOR SALE 'Concord grape for Jelly
5 cents pi-r lb., vineyard run.
Phone orders, 610.
WE HAVE several good used Fords
and the prices are right. Call and
see them At the Home of the Ford.
Simpson Auto Co.
FOR SALE A nice home cheap If
taken at once; terms; also other lots
cheap. Res. 115 Jane St., Phone
rORTLAXi) C. A M. STAGE
Leaving dally at 8 A. M. from Hotel
Pendleton for Portland and way
points, using twin six Packard touring
cars. Fare, $8.00 one way or $14.50
WANTED TO RENT 4 or 5 room
house." furnished or unfurnished,
near school. Phono 42 after 4 p. m.
WANTED To buy from owner 8 or
10 room house In desirable location,
furhlshed or unfurnished. Phone
WK CAN MA ICR Oxfords out of your
high top shoes. We can dye your
shoes n different color. Pendleton
Shoe Shop, 120 W. court St.
LADIES don't throw your shoes away J
"ec.itise they have broken heels, we
have heels In nil style and colors at
Pendleton Shoe Shop, 120 W. Court.
LOCAL electrical firm has opening In
its wiles force fur three aggressive
salesmen. Previous sales experience
not necessary but would be helpful.
"ull between 1 and 2 o'clock or B and
1; o'clock. Milne Electric Co., 110 E. j
Notice to Pupils una Parents
Practically all of the schools In
Umatilla County, including the Pen
dleton schools, open Tuesday, Septem
To avoid congestion In the local
book stores and a possible sbor'nse of
books,- Pendleton pupils are urged to
secure their book he .'ore the opening
day. Lists of all the books used In the
grades are now ready for distribution.
Grado clasAs will be conducted on the
opening day with no recess allowed to
II. E. IXLOW, Supt.
FOR SALE Fine hew bungalow, near
school in good residence district.
Reasonable, part cash, balance like
rent if desired. Phone 69I-J.
WANTED Housekeeper on ranch.
Address "4" care this office.
WANTED Two room furnished apt,
no children. I'hone 728-R.
TO PRESS your suit ror 50 cents
Kudd, 107 W. Webb, Fhorie 085.
HANDY BUSINESS DIRECTORY Of PEtlDM AND VICINITY
This Directory is especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the name and address of re
sponsible businessmen who represent the following lines. All are reliable, responsible business concern who
stand read to give you prompt service.
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
WANTED School girl to work
room and board. Phone 364-M.
fWE REPAIR anything electrical on
for ! an automobile. . k- Chase Co.
WANTED Girl for office work, must j
oe aoie to io typewriting, l-none 73.
WANTED Woman or girl for general
housework on ranch. Phone 16F21.
WANTED Cook on ranch, long per
iod for the right person. Phone
398-R. 302 Logan St.
PENDLETON CTCLE CO. AJax, Re
,ver and Savage tires. 228 E. Court
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER ft EANFIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, 10 years
experience In concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third St., North Port
CLEANERS AND DYERS
FOR SALE Portland property
15000 terms. Seven room bouse,
paved street, 4 lots, garage, barn,
chicken coop, and run, berries, fruit
trees, fine shrubs and roses. Address
709 Gerard St., Portland, Ore., Unl
Notice) Hoard of Equalization Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
(he County Roard of Equalization will
meet at the Court House in Pendle
ton, Umatilla County, State of Oregon,
Monday, September 12th, 1921, for the
purpose of publicly examining the as
sessment roll and correcting all er
rors in valuation' or description of
property made by me.
It shall be the duty of persons In
terested to appear at the time and
Doted at Pendleton, Oregon, this
1 7th day of August, A. P. 1921.
R. O. HAWK. Assessor.
7 room house, north side, beautiful
5 room bungalow, north side street
Houses In all parts of ths city, some
on easy payments.
Large an-t small ranches both alfalfa
ani wheat, also dairy ranch, well
Geo. W. Elder & Son
818 Main Stl Phone 098
FOR SALE Two Blewett Harvestrs
FOR SALE Bicycle, almost
liurgain. 615 Lewis St.
TO TRADE Irrigated land near Wel
ser for cattle or sheep. L. L. Cul-
bertson, Welser, Idaho,
CANDYMAKING business Start at
home, everything furnished men,
women, $10.00 weekly Bon Bon Co..
WANTED Two ladles to travel, $30
week and expenses; 3 to work city
and outside towns, $3 day. Room 25,
Golden Rule Hotel, Mrs. Jones.
U S. BENTLEY ft CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories. Alta and Garden Rts.
HEMSTITCHING Mall orders Mr
Ralph Hassell, 417 Bush, Phone 095.
New and Second Hand Dealers
GERTSON & MARTY Gates 8upec--Tred
tires 639 Cottonwood. Vul
canizing and repairing.
PENDLETON RUBBER ft SUPPLY
CO. Barney Oldfleld, Goodrich Sll
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup. 305 K. Court.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS ft CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 804 W.
Webb St. Phone 321, Pendleton, Ore.
V. STROBLE, dealer In new and sso
ond hand goods. Cash raid for
second hand goods. Cheapest place)
in hiiv hntiaehnM Mods. II1A E- ConTt
FURNITURE, repairing, packing,
crating, upholstering, carpet clean-
!.ig 7 years experience Grand Rapid
Mich. Furniture Co. All work guar
anteed, S12 W. Webb St.
WANTED Music pupils, Helen Koch.
Have attended conservatory of
music. Arrangements can be made by
calling 239-R or residence 321 Aura St.
WANTED Reliable party with $3500
or 15000 to take interest in manu
facturing automobile mud and sand
shoe. I'atented In U. S. and Canada.
Have pattern shes and clrcilars on
hand. Big proposition Investigate
Address "3" this office.
GADWA'S AUTO TOPS, Plate Glass,
Backs, Side Curtains 201 East
Con rt St-
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgls & Storie's Implement
Co., for sale dates.
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED, $1.50 at
. HI DD'S, 107 W. Webb, Phone 685.
FOR SALE Four foot cord
$5.00 per cord. Phone 2F3.
FOR SALE All kinds of Insurance.
J. H. Estes, 614 Main St., Phone 604
FOR SALE Registered Jersey cow,
Phone 23F4 or address Box 303
r, I The following described animal
, . , , , I hns been taken up by th marshal of
Having sold my place , lh(j c rf pcnJk.ton to.wlt.
situated on Wild Horse c'rt-ek, two
inlle.s southwest of Athena, Oregon, I
v.'lll t.ffer for sule at public auction on
the prenil.se Tuesday. Sept. 6th., 1921,
ut 10 o'clock n. m., the slock and farm
implements listed below: 25 head
row's and young cattle, 2 brood sows.
'.'0 head pigs and slmtes, 1 span work
liorsi'S, 1 saddle horse, 1 milking ma
chine, 3 wagons. 1 three-horso gas en
gine, I centrifugal pump, 3x4; 1 mow
er and rake, 1 cook house, 1 bay rack,
1 feed rack, 2 gung plows, 1 drug har
row; chickens, turkeys iftid various
articles too numerous to mention.
Terms:, Three percent discount for
cash, or bankable note, six nionlhs'
time, at 10 per cent Interest. Oliver
Dickenson, owner; D. V. Barclay,
aurtlonner; Fay LcGrow, Clerk. Freo
lunch at noon.
Ijinilw Hold Stenil;
(hi Otnalin .Market
OMAHA. Kept. 2, (!'. S. Bureau of
Markets.) Hogs Receipts :,m; both
Packers and shippers operated and
demand centered on better grades of
butchers; advance on beeves mostly 10
to 15c; packing grades uneven, steady
to 15c higher; good clearances; bulk
better grades, $7. &(((' 8.50; top, $11;
bulk packing grades which formed big
end ot run, $6.5HU'7.
Cattle Itecclpls 25HI; fed steers,
steady to lie lower; nothing of out
standing iiuiillly mid the finish Includ
d; best yeurllngs here, $9.75; good
western and native grass steers,
strung; others slow; cows, heifers and
bulls mostly steady; Blockers and feed
ers, slow, steady to weak,
Sheep Receipts: 22,000; supply
mostly lambs from .western states;
market on killing grades active and
fully Ktefldy; bulk western lambs.
6. 7 511 7.G0 ; early top, $7.65; sheep,
steady to strong; feeders, active and
One mule. 4 years old. black, weight
about 1000 lbs. Branded It.
If said animal is not claimed by
the owners or. those entitled to Its
possession, costs and expenses paid
and taken away within ti days from
the date thereof, then at 2 o'clock p.
m. of the 6th day of September 1921,
the said animal will be sold to the
highest bidder, ut public auction fori
cash, at the City Pound, In said City
of Pendleton, the proceeds of such
sale to be npplied to the payment of
such costs and expenses of making
Dated this 25th day of Aug. 1921.
W. R. TAYLOR, City Marshal.
SADDLE HORSE for sale or hire
Also a few good draft horses.
Dutch Henry Feed Yard.
Foil SALE Majestic range, heating
stove and dresser, good condition
Call 1146-W, 109 Long St.
FOR SALE by owner, 2 lots with mod
ern 5 room house, barn and chicken
house. Ida L. May, 211 W. Court St.
FOR SALE Good 4 ft. wood, $10.00
cord delivered. Ben Marlin, city,
or leave word at 114 W. Alta, Pendle
FOR SALE 3 car loads Red Split Ce
dar fence posts 7 ft. 8 cents each,
f. o. b. cars. Frank E. Blair, Lowell,
APTS. AND ROOMS ALTA APTS.
ROOM AND BOARD for gentlemen
615 Post St.
ROOM AND BOARD tor men only
403 E.: Webb.
FOR RENT 1 suite office room In
quire Penland Bros.
FOR RENT Room and bonrd
lady only. 124 Jeff Davis St.
FOR RENT Four room apt., $U per
month for 2 months. Phone 730-W
FOR RENTr-SloepIng rooms, close In.
Furnace heat and bath. Phone
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping
room gentleman preferred.
FOR RENT 3 roomed furnished
house. Inquire 212 Garfield St.,
Saturday evening only.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four 100
bu. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Phons 1F4. O, H.
FOR SALE Seed wheat. Hybrid 2c,
seed Fall Barley 2 He and Hulless
Rail Barley Z',c per lb. Address St.
Andrews School, R. F. D. 1, Box 55,
FOR SALE Hemstitching and Picot
Ing attachment. Works on all sew
ing machines. Price $2.00. Personal
checks 10c extra. Light's Mail Order
House, Box 127, Birmingham, Ala.
FOR SALE 1 span good work mules,
weight about 2250, 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.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST 34x44 savertowi. Cord tire,
tube, rim and tire cover, between Pen
dleton and ri'ot Rock. Reward.
Leave at E. O. Office.
LOST Large brindle milch cow dry
no brand visible long horns
110.00 reward If delivered to E. G.
daltmnrsh ranch, south of reservation.
FOR RENT Two three room fur
nished apts., with bath one with
gas close In. Also furniture for sale
and house tor rer.t Phone St9-J.
WANTED Sewing at home Phons
102S-J 120 Lee St.
BOY WANTED over 16 years of age
Newsome & Cummlngs.
STEADY employment wanted Man
and wife age 41, no children. Can
do most anything with stock or ma
chinery. Blacksmith by trade, handy
at anything, have handled men for
years wife will work under suitable
conditions. Can furnish references
201 Court St., Milton, Oregon.
WHO MOVES YOU la Just as Import
ant as where you move. We also
pack or store goods. We do country
hauling Call 839, Penland Bros.
Transfer, 114 W. Alta.
DR. G. E. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. J odd Bldg., Tele
phones, Office 508; Residence S86-J.
Painting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. U J. McAtee, the Practical
Paint Man. Lowe Bros.. Pslnta.
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store. Phono 1075.
FOR QUICK SERVICE Call Bud
Cornfield, Phone it, Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phone 1059-R.
PHONU I. C. SNYDER for Chimney
PLAITING of all kino-Fbone 588
Mrs. Lee, 3o6 Post St.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetlere
Phone 324-W. Address 614 Jane.
GEORGE W. COLTT3, Attorney at
Law, Room 17, Bond Bldg.
M. SCHANNEP, Attorney at Law
Office to Court House.
KEATOR & RANDALL, Attorneys at
Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford
CARTER ft SMYTH E, Attorneys at
Law. 224 E. Court St.
WE ARE TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phone 468, Oregon
WILL BOARD and room school boys,
ages 8 to 14. Phone 2S6-J Ad
dress city. Box 771.
Eva I;. Tate
Teacher of vocal and instrumental
music, elocution and dramatic art.
Classes organized. Phone 627-J.
FEE & FEE, Attorneys at Law,
fices In Drepaln Building.
S. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office In Despain Bldg.
Mrs. Allen's Gown Shop, Room 18
Slangier Bldg., will reopen Monday,
August 22. Anyone wishing to engage
time in advance may do so now.
Gowns made to order. Evening
gowns a specialty. Hand embroidery-,
braiding and beading. Phone 242-M,
310 Aura St.
Pearl Emmogcne Smith
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORJIB
701 East Alta street. All makes of
radiators repaired. Work guarantees,
C. Blasberg. Prop.
THE QUELLE A good place to eat
PENDLETON SHOE SHOP-Aew
I method shoe repairing. We re
build, rot cobble. The best work for
the least money. 120 W. Court St,
NEW FURNITURE STOP.E It will
pay you to come and see Fisher be
fore buying new and second hand fur
niture. 302 W. Webb St., Phone 198
THE most up-to-date effectual lead
ing science practised, E. F. CJlbeOB,
P. 8. T.; N. D. Room 12 Peebler Bid.
S. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law
GOLDEN RULE Parcel Delivery and
Messenger Service. Tray service
and shopping. "Service" is our molto.
Fhone 430. Rates 10 cents and up.
IF YOU LIKE our service tell others
if not tell us. Motorcycle Messen
ger Service. Office 107 Water St., Joe
Quick and Geo. Renfro, Mgrs., Phone
24 10c a call and up.
Pendleton-Umatilla Acto Stage
Ar. Umatilla 10:16
8:00 12.00 4:00
8:20 12:20 4:20
1:46 12:45 4:46
9:00 1.00 6:00
10:15 2:15 4:16
Two Trips Sunday
Leave Pendleton 8:04 a, m.
and 4:00 p. m.
Leave Umatilla 1:00 a. m,
and 4:00 p. m.
Office Motor Inn Garage
722 Cottonwood St,
rrxL & DAwsow
Parcels delivered to all way
Weston-Pendleton 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-Knight
Co. Store ( for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 . m.
O. H. McPHER BIN. Proo.
LUKE McGLOOK, THE BRAINY BEAN BOY
PETERSON, Bishop Clark, At
torneys at Law. Room 2 and 4
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor IMurdware Company.
SNOW ft DAYTON. 117 E. Court St.,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Farm
Loans. See us about a loan.
RALEY, RALEY ft STEIWER, Attor
neys at Law. Office in American
National Bank Building.
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law, Room 24, Smith -Crawford
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's an agent in your towa
Troy Laundry, 608 Garden St.
DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 401 B. Conn
St., Phone 60. We maintain a com
plete mending- department.
made to measure
.647 Main St.
Undertakers and licensed embalm
era. Calls night or day promptly at
tended to Lady attendant. Yhone'Oi.
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 18
months. W. E. Chase Co., 820 E.
C'-'vrt St, Telephone 209, Pendleton.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en
gines, automobiles and general
blacksmithing. Round-Up Garage,
Parks A Xcbergall, 212 West Webb.
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.
Phot Rock Stage
Fancho Stubblefield, Prop.
Leaves Pendleton 7:00 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 8:00 A. M.
Leaves Pendleton 11:00 A. M.,
leaves Pilot Rock 1:00 P. M. '
Leaves Fendleton 5:50 P. M-,
leaves Pilot Rock 6:30 P. M.
Leaves Hotel Pendleton and
Red' Ripe Tomatoes, box $1.00
Bartlett Pears, fancy, box $1.90
Prunes, box $1.00
Concord Grapes, basket 50c
Peaches, a few boxes, small size. . . .. 9dc
The Dean Tatom Co.
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