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For Rent, Etc, Classified for , Easy Reference.
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala.,. Sept. 6. (I
,X. !?.. Unless roilef through Govern
- ment agencies 1 granted unemploy
ed workmen In Northern A In bum u be-
loro. the coming winter, and extreme
measures taken to provide them with
employment, there Will be ho solution
to the labor1 problem,, according to C.
It Rjialn, field rcpresentutlv of tho
Municipal-Federal Employment Bur
Mr. Spain describe the situation a
! "There are approximately 25,000
men largely skilled workmen, out of
employment In this d.mrlct," he aaid.
"Shut down of steel plants and coal
plant which provide employment for
the greater percentage of the worker
la responsible for their Idleness. . I
"Many of the men are destitute and
have expressed their willingness to go
to work as common laborers If they
are only given an opportunity to make
a living for themselves and families.
."Civil organizations have thus far
refused to look these- farts In the face
and aid In arriving at .a solution of
them. Whenever we have mentioned
the discouraging situation, heads of
these organizations have laughed at
and Intlnfalcd that we were calam
ity howlers and were trying to 'stir
"If Ihe s'.i nation does not improve
tefore inter 1 haven't the least iden
what the result will be. The greater
percentage of the men have ben out
of work sine Inst fall. The coal mines
closed Immediately nfter the strike,
and the still mills followed suit.
"A for relief measures, there are
none. The welfare department of the
City of Birmingham has exhausted Its
funds. Thenly relief measures now
being carried On ore by fraternal or
ganizations. ' '
"To make matters worse, prices are
Mill hgh. ilouse rent is as high as
eyijr, and the Hum applies to all other
necessities, including fuel."
L TEACH IRAINEN
,LOS ANGELES, Sept. 5. (I. N. 8.)
-r-A novelty in railway instruction de
partments has been Inaugurated here
with the Installation of Miss Nina Mar
tin as a "school miirm" for trainmen
of the Los Angeles Hallway. It will
be Miss Martin's special duty to give
conductors and motormen lessons In
courtesy toward patrons of tho local
,The courtesy course, will also touch
on the personal appearance of train
men, and motormen und conductor
will receive lectures from their new
teacher on keeping their uniforms tidy
and their shoes slicked up.
9 W V 9
While extremist as well a
alarmist ar concerned over the
"to b or not to be" of th long full
kt skirt, smart New York designer go
blithely on their wnv creating
graceful straight-lined ;owns. A
model of exceeding grr d and chlo
Is th Norman ft Kau gown of
whip-poor-will brocade with th
long line relieved only by th loo
panel In th bach, th big sleeve (
' and th metal button and metal
USED CAR EXCHANGE
I: JYf V ' ' B .,! '' '
l. FOR BALE OR TRADE lSiolruck AM
4 J. M. Bryan, 110 Tuttln Btret. , I r . , .tbiuagl '
i a -
FOR SALE King Eight car In good
hap - cheap for cab Phon
10U-W. ' '
FOR SALE i .ton Republic truck,
good shape will tak Ford In trade,
easy term on bn Inure. nidsmnMl "n
FOR SALE IS Ipussenges- bus, six
forward apeedt, electric, starter.,
Price $1260 at Wetern Auto Co., Pen
FOR 8ALE Fold worm drive truck.
recently overhauled, good tire and
wall built body. Thl la a snap.,
Simpson Auto Co.
WB HAVE several good used Ford
ahd the prlect are right. Call and
awe them At th Home of the Ford.
Slmpaon Auto Co. ...
FOh BALE Two BUwett HartM
MEN'S BU1T8 CLEANED. $1.59 mi
llt'DD'S, 107 W. Webb, Phomj 085.-
FOR SALE Four foot cord
fJ.OO per cord. Phon 2F5.
""OR BALE All kind of Insurance.
J. H. Est, 6M Mnm ft., Phone 04.
SADDLE IIORSli for sale or hlro.-
Also a few good draft horses.
Dutch Henry F"eed Yard.
FOR SALE Oliver typewriter, used
very little, 3D.00; a 10xl shed with
new shingle roof. Phone 1 n2-V.
MUST BE BOLD One 9 plec walnut
dining set. Be sure and see this
bargain. Phone 326, 311 8. Main St.
FOR SALE 1 Monarch range, break
fast table and Pat obeun dining room
set reasonable Call telephone 110.
FOR SALE Good 4 ft.
cord delivered. Ben
or leave word sflH V.
wood, $10 00
A It a, Ie mile-
FOR BALE I car loaas ftsd Split C
dar fence posts 7 ft. 8 cents each,
f. o. b. car. Frank a Blair, Lowell,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four 100
bu. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Pbon 1F4. O. H.
FOR BALE Seed wheat, Hybrid 2c.
seed Fall Barley 2Hc and' Hulless
Ball Barley Vte per lb Address St
Andrews School, R. F. t. 1, Box 55,
FOR SALE Hemstitching and Plcot
lng attachment. Works on all sew
ing machines. Price $2.00. Personal
cheeks 10c extra. Light's Mall Order
House, Box 127, Birmingham, Ala.
FOR BALE 1 span good work mules,
weight about 2250, on (pan good
work mules, weight about 2150. Also"
Ford truck, 11$ model, flat rack with
stakes on side? good condition. In
quire Roy 8. Neal. Bowman Hotel.
APT& AttD ROOMS ALTA APT8.
FOR RENT Modern
ROOM AND BOARD (or (ntlma
515 Post St.
tOOM AND BOARD tor man only
408 E.: Webb.
TOR RENT--l uita offie room- tn
oulr Ptnland Bro.
FOR RENT Room and board
lady only. f24 Jeff Davis St.
FOR RENT Four room apt, $1$ per
month for t months. Phon 730-W
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, close In.
Furnaco heat and bath. Phone
FOR RENT Furnished sleeping
room gentleman preferred.
FOR , RENT 3 roomed furnished i
house. Inquire 212 Garfield St., I
Saturday evening only. x
FOR RENT Two three room fur
nished apt., with bath on with
?aa close In. Also furniture for sal I
and house for rent Phone S89-J.
BRINGING UP FATHER
DON'T WOfcRvf-HF ;
WILL NOT et cut
' r"- riuu,E WHILE
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE
FOR St LE Weil tarnlefteel
hovta -cheap f hond til -3.
FOR SALE Nlc resldencj property.
north aide and other location. W,
B. MoiTlson, Phon 1003 or 1146.
FOR SALE 6 room bungalow mod'
ern. Small payment down, term
on balance. Call 615 W. High St.
FOR SALE A nice home cheap If
taken at once; terms; also other tot
cheap. Rei. lis Jan St, Phone
FOR SALE Fin pew bungalow, near
. school In good residence district
Reasonable, part cash, balance Ilk
rent tf desired. Phon 691-J. ..
FOR BALE Portland property
$000 term. - Seven room house,
paved street, 4 lots, garage, barn,
chicken coop, and run, berrle. fruit
trees, fin shrub and rose. Address
70s Gerard St, Portland, Or., Unl
65 ACRES FOR SALE 1 8 miles
from Salem on North Santlam River,
good bottom land, two good houses,
good out buildings, 1-4 mile from Me-
hatna, one mile from Lyons on good
market road. Price 16600.00. 11060
down, long time and easy payments on
balance. L. D. Waterman, Stayton,
t room bout, north ide, beautiful
t room bungalow, north aid Street
Houses Id all part of th city, sohje
on eaiy payments.
Large and small ranches both alfalfa
an', wheat, also dairy ranch, well
equipped. , M
Goo. W. Elder at Son .
18 Main St. Phon 9J
lost and Found
LOf5T Ring, set with two
Phone 623 or 105 Main St.'
LOST 14x4 Vi Bllvertowt, Cora ttr.
tube, Hm and ttr cover, between Pen
dleton and Pl'ot Rook. Reward.
Leave at E. O. Offloe. ;
LOST Large brlndla milch cow dry
no brand visible long horns
$! reward If delivered td B. G.
Saltmorsh ranch, south of reservation
PTOLEN from Main St. about 7 P. m.,
Ford touring car, 1919 'model, li
cense No. 85,(68, oversized body.
painted red, one man top. Reward
for Information leading td same. Ad
dress W. I. Holmes, Nolln, Ore.
POnTLAJfD O. ft M. STAGS
Leaving daily at 8 A. M. from Hotel
Pendleton for Portland and way
points, using twin six Packard touring
cars. Far, $8.00 on way or $14.50
Notice Is hereby given that . the
School board of District No. 117, Uma
tilla Co., will receive bids up to 5 p.
m. September 15th. for furnishing
transportation lor pupils .residing on
south side of river in said district.
Rids to be made on a per day basis.
The Board reserves th right to reject
any and all bids. - ' '
(Signed) ED MAYBE,
- ' Clerk.v
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The following described , animal
has been taken up by th marshal of
the City of Pendleton, to-wlt: .
One mule, 4 years old, black, weight
About 1000 lbs. Branded R. ,. ,
If said animal is not claimed by
tho owners or those entitled to its
possession, costs and expenses pa,id
and taken away within ten days from
the date thereof, then at 8 o'clock p.
m. of the 8th day of September 1921,
the said animal will be sold to the
highest bidder, at public anction for
cash, at the City Pound, In said City
of pendleton, the proceeds of such
sale to be applied to the payment,. of
such costs and expenses of making
, Dated this 25th day of Aug. 1921.
W. R. TAT LOR, City Marshal.
at Borne Phon
121) Lee St. '.
T(iE?, TO ET o,
"JL; t LUGS
cook on ranch.
BOY WANTED over i year of
Newnome & Cummlng. '
WANTED Two lady cook at Rieth
Railroad Boarding house.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAGS AT
Th East Oregonian office.
WANT to care fur children day or
night. Inquire 71 Ann St.
WANTED Housekeeper on ranch. .
Address "4" car thl offlc.
TO PRESS your uit tor AO cents
Rudd, 107 W. Webb, Phon 85.
WANTED Girl for office work, must
be able to do typewriting. Phohe 78.1
' ' 1 1
RELIABLE and permanent party
wishes t rent smalt furnished or
unfurnished house, reference. Phon
78S-M. " .- - ''
CANDTMAITJNG Bn:hs Start at
home, tvtrythlng furnUhed men.
women, $30.00 weekly Boa Bom Co,
WANTED Two ladle to travel. $3$
Week ar.d expenses: 1 to work city
and outside town, $1 day. Room lt.
Golden Rule Hotel, Mr. Jones. '
WANTED Music pupil, Helen Koch.
Have attende'i Conservatory of
music. Arrangements can be mads by
calling 238-R or residence $21 Aura St.
WANTED Man with team or aaio to
sell McConnan's products direct to
the consumer. One of 'the best coun
ties In the state vacant. Address C. F.
Stewart, 61 Calvin St., Pendleton,
t(V,l -I V. . AMnn. In
its sales force for three aggresslv
safesmen. Previous sales experience
not necessary but Would be helpful.
Call between 1 and 2 o'clock or 5 and
o'clock. Miln Electric Co., 110 E.
STEADY employment wanted Man
and wif. age 41, no children. Can
do most anything with stock or ma
chinery. . Blacksmith by trade, handy I
at Anything, have handled men for
Year Wife will Work under suitable
conditions. Can furnish references
201 Court St, Milton, Oregon.
C. SNTDER for Chimney
'LA1T1NG of all kinds Phon tit-
Mrs-. Lee, ! Post St.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetlere
Phone S24-W. Address 514 Jan.
WB ARB TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phon 481, Oregon
WILL BOARD and room school boys,
age 1 to' 14. Phon 288-J Ad
dress city. Box 771.
Eva L. Tate
Teacher of vocal and Instrumental
music, elocution and draroatio art.
Classes organized. Phon S27-J. -
GOLDEN RULH Parcel Delivery and
Messenger Service. Tray service
and shopping. "Service" 11 our motto.
Phons 430. Rates 10 cents and up. ' -
IF TOU LIKE our service tell others
If not tell tis. Motorcycle Measeni.
gar Service. Offlc 107 Water St.i Jo
Quick and Geo. Renfro, Mgrs., Phon
24 10c a call and up.
Peadleton-ematllla Aato te
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Pendltoa 8:08 12:0 1:00
Echo 9:11 1:11 1.18
Btanflcld 1:30 1:85 1:81
Hsrmlston :(! 1:M 8:1$
AT. Umatilla 10:1$ 1:1$ 8:15
UmatllU 8:0$. It: :
Bartnlstoa 8:20 11:20 4:2
BtanfMd .8:4$ 11:4$ 4:4$
Echo . : 1:9 1:0$
Ar, Pend. 10:1$ 1:1$ 8:1$
( .. Two Trips Bonday , )
Leave Ptndleton 8:0 a. m,
lad 4:00 p. m. )
Ltav Umatilla $: a. a.
and 4:0$ p. as, '
, Office Motor Inn Csuagf )
V J21 Cottonwood Bt, .
Mjone 88 -'
PELL ft DAWGON -
Parcel delivered t all way
TIS IE CARD
Weston-Pendleton Auto - Stags
8,ve Weston for Pendleton at
- 7-:8 a. m.nd 1S:45 p. m. ,
Leaves Athena for Pendleton at.
8:08 a. m. and 1:00 p. m.
Leaves Adam for rendleton, at
. 1:18 a, m. and 1:20 p. m. .
Ltave Pendleton ( Allen-JCnlght
- Co. Store ( for Weston at 10:00
a. m. and 4 p. an.
.. O. H. McPHERRIN. Prop,
Sg. U. &
LMy IF HE
Phone 734. -'
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HANDY BUSINESS DlRECtORV OF PPIPLTO?! A!l VlCfillTy
Thl Directory Is especially handy for th ut-of-town reader who may want th m ahd address of r
sponsible businessmen Who represent th following lines. All ar reliable, responsible buines concern who
stand ready to give you prompt lervlc. .....
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
We REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Chase Co.
PENDLETON CI CLE CO. AJax, R
,vr ahd Savage tires. 228 E. Court
U & BKNTLET CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires--Tir servioe, oil
and accessories. Ait and Garden St.
GEF.TSON & MARTT Gate Supr
Tred tlr-St CottoowootL Vul
canising and repairing.' .
PENDLETON RUBBER ft SUPPLT4
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich 811
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania, Vacu
um Cup. -SOS E, Court. ..... ,
dADWA'3 AUTO TOPS, Plat Glass,
Back,,, Sid Curtain 201. East
COL. W. F. TOHNKA Auctioneer,
Call at Sturgls ft Stoiie' Implement
C. ft WILLIAMSON Stand at OtKlf
Cigar Store. Phone 10T5.
FOR QUICK SERVICE! ' Call Bud
Cornfield, Phon it. Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence, Phon 1051-R.
GEORGE W. COUTT3, Attorn ay
Law, Room 17, Bond lUdg.
t il. SCHANN'EP, Attorney at Law
Office In Court House.
KEATOR ft RANDALL, Attorney at
Law. Room 24, Smlth-Oawford
CARTER ft SMYTHH, Attorney at
Lw. 224 B. Court St. '
FEE ft FEE, Attorneys at Law.
flees In Dcspain Building.
1 A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel,
lor at Law. Offloe In Deepaln BIdg.
a A. NEWBERRT, Attorney at La
PETERSON, Bishop ft Clara, At
torney at Law. Room 9 and 4
JAMES a PERRT, Attrny at Law.
Office over Taylor Hardware Com
RALET, RALET STETWER, Attor
ney at Law. Offlc In American
National Bank Bnflding. -
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. Room 14, Smith -Crawford
PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for 11
months.- W. K. Chase Cow 828 B.
Court 8t Telephone 209, Pendleton.
CATERPILLAR WORK J
CATERPILLARS, harvester, gaa en
gines, , automobile and i general
blacksmlthlng. Round-Up Oarage.
Park Nebergall. tU West Webb.
WBl WASH aad clean th finest rbfs
satisfactorily. Reference given.
We tnak fluff rugs from old carpets.
Walla Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
ing Co. Phon 1677.
r .... ; TTMH CARD
" riiot Rock Stage
Fahcho fltubblefleld, Prop.
.Leave Pendleton 7:00 A. M )
leave Pilot Rock 8:00 A. M.
Leaves Pendleton 11:00 A. M.,'
leave Pilot Rock 1:00 P. M. ,
Leaves Pendleton 5:00 P. it
leaves Pilot Rock 8:30 P. M.
..- Leaves Hotel Pendleton and
Vri k HAvotir ill ITZ I mi . I I If F 1 THINK OF IT
TC TAri " A WHEH I'M DOWN TOWN
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CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER ft BaNFIELD, Ja1gnlng,
Engineering, Constructing, 1( years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third SL, North Port
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS ft CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. S04 W.
Webb St. Phone 121, Peodleton, Ore.
WHO MOVES 70U 1 just a Import
ant a where you move. 1 W also
pack or tor goods. W do country
hauling Call 139, Psnland Bros.
Transfer, 114 W. Alta.
Mrs. Allen's Gown Shop, Room 18
Btangler BIdg., will reopen Monday,
August 22. ' Anyone wishing to engage
tlm in advance may do so now.
Eaita Dreeemaking .
Gowns mad to order. Evening
gowns a specialty. Hand embroidery,
braiding and beading. Phon 242-M,
818 AuraSt ; ... ,
Pearl Emmogehe Smith
NEW FURNITURE STORE It will
pay you to come and see Fisher be
fore buying new and second hand fur
niture. 102 W. Webb St. Phon 198
SNOW ft DAYTON, 117 E. Court Bt,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Farm
Loan. Sea ua about a loan.
EVERT Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's art agent In your town.
Troy Laundry, sog Garden Bt
DOMESTIC LACNDRY41 E. Oowrl
: Bt, Pbone TO. We maintain k com
plete mending department
. ' AND " -
They bake well, or make lovely pies.
Meat Dept CC
Phone J, .
HEMSTITCHING Mall order Mr.
Ralph Kassell, 4)7 Bush, Phon 181.
New and Second Hand Dealers
V, STROBLE. dealer In nw and o
ond hand toods. Cash raid for
Second hand goods. Cheapest lao
t buy household good, 31 E. Cburt
Phone J71-W. ,
FURNITURE, repJrin. . packtnff,
crating, uphoUtertag, oarpet clean
'.At 7 years iper1eno Grand Rapid
Jtlch. Furniture Co. All work guar
anteed, S1I W. Webb Sfc
DRi. G. E. HOLT 0topthie, physi
cian and Surgeon. Judd Bldg Tele
phones, Office BOB; Residence "-.
Painting and Paper Hanging
PAINTS, Wall Paper. Pictur Fram
ing. L. I. KcAtee, th Practloal
Paint Man. lxw Bro.. Paints.
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
Tl East Alta Jtreet All makes of
radiator repaired. Work guaxant!
C. Blasberg, Prop.
THE QUETJ.E A good plac to aat.
PENDLETON SHOE SHOP New
method shoe repairing. We Re
build, not cobble. The beet work- for
the least money. 120 W. Court BL,
THE most up-to-date effectual lead
ing science practised, E. F. Gibson,
P. B. T.; N. D. Room 12 Peebler BIdg.
made to measure)
VI 7 slain 8t
: " Brown BracTy - r
Undertaker and licensed smbaln.
rs. Calls night o day promptly at
tended to. Lady attendant. fhon 1.
Grocery Dept QQ
j . Phono
By George McManus