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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OltEGOW, TUESDAY EVENINg, SEPTEMBER 27, 1921.
For Rent, Etc. ; Classified for Easy Reference.
Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found
Bet In -polnt Counting six ordl
a n.rv wnrria to the lint.
Flrfct Insertion, per llne... 1.10
Insertion, per lino ........... .01
One month, every leans, each
Inaertlnn, per line .09
Six month contract, every ia-
ue, each Ineertion pr line .04
Twelve months contract, ev-
ry lesue,, each Insertion,
per line . - .01
Ada not run - consecutively,
each Ineertlon, per line 10
Na ada taken for less than 1 -
Unea. Minimum charge.. .10
on ranch Phono
HtfU WANTED for- general house
t work. I'hone 617.
- i -
FOIl RENT 4 room furnished apurt
ment, Bcntley &. Hodge". '
WE MAKli a specialty, of dying shoes
at the Pendleton Shoe Shop.
FOR JtHNT Housekeeping BUlte.
Phone 205-M, 002 Water Kt. .
iWANTRD Competent cook, $50.00
per month. Call 920 Vincent Kt.
FOR RENT One 2 room upiirtmt'iit,
Snodern. Phono 627-J, 402 Tustln St.
rVoin- JIDNT Two light. hounekeep
' Inir rooms, downstairs. 219 West
JF YOU WANT any kind of shoe re-
pairing done, we us for llio best
Vind. Pendleton Shoo .Shop, 120 W.
4 Notice ;
e Biishee Chnpti-r No. 13, O. K.
3jIU hold its resuUr business mooting
Tuesday evening pt. 27 at 8:00.
tAM)K OVER yonr children's shoes
tonight, seo If their heels are not
tan over, wo will repair them while
riw wait nt the Pendleton S'hoe Hhop,
20 W. Court St.
to yOlT.RHALlZH th( must import -
ant thin:? In crowing children is to
keep their heel's straight while their
Jones are young. Pendleton Shoe
hop, 120 W. Court.
. , For Halo
J Houses in all parts of the city. Come
and see our list. Wheat und alfalfa
i GEO. W.
IS Main St.
ELDER & SON
py MTCIlAEL V. DACET.
International New Service Staff
j ( Correspondent.
GREELEY, Colo., Sept. 27. "Crea
tion tof a national will," which will
overcame-the obstacles of ra' an
tagonism, will bo the salvation of Am
erica,' Dr. Edward A. Stoiner, profes
sor of sociology at drlnnel College,
Iowa,' tola a class at mo tuiorauu
Teachers' College here.
"When the decay of the American
race domes it will be through lack of
spiritual life rather thun through laoK
of certain pure blood strains, Dr.
"Our salvation Ilea In the creation
of in, nation will which can overcome
even the linndlrnp of race," he as
serted, "Nations become what they
will to be, and the maintenance Of
that will Ilea very much In the hands
of the school touchers of our land.
Our salvation defends upon a deter
mination to live like the sons of God.
This will gave us more than tho do-
4 t ? A, ,
lr, ' Pi'' , v"
a The widow ot Matthias Ember
far, former. German minister ct
. ifluance, who was assassinated,
: .(seated at hia grave at Oppenau,
. . . (Germany, during the burial. Bev
'wal attempts on, his Ufa bad, pra-
USED CAR EXCHANGE
FOa HALK OR TKADE lfc20 truck
J. M, Bryan, 810 Tustln Street.
A .Real Buy
One 1919 Ford touring car In good
condition. Ellls-Schlller Co.
FOR. SALtt 1-ton Republic trr.clt,
good ahape will take Ford In trade,
easy terms on balance. Oldsmoblle Co.
FOR SALTS- Ford worm drive truck,
recently overhauled, good tires and
well built body. This la a snap.
Simpson Auto Co.
WB HAVE several, good used Fords
and the prices are right. Call and
see them At the Home of the Ford.
Simpson Auto Co.
APT3. AND ROOMS AXTA APTS.
ROOM AND BOARD tor men only
403 E.i Webb.
ROOM AND BOARD for gentlemen
415 Post St.
FOR RENT Rood 2 room apartment
Call 401 Aura St.
FOR RENT 2 suite office room
quire Penland Bros.
FOR RENT Two furnished house
keeping rooms. til Ulleth.
FOR RENT 2 room apartment with
gas. Inquire 216 "Willow Bt.
FOR RENT Four room apt.. $1F per
month for $ mefrths. Phone 730-W
FOR RENT Oct 1-21 5 room house
also furniture for sale. Inquire 517
FOR RENT Nice front room. Mrs.
W. D. Mays, Phone 69-W, 210
FOR BENT 3 roomed furnished
houao. Inquire 212 Garfield St.
Saturia evening only.
TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS of The Morn
ing Orejjonlun, Phone 4 30.
NOTICE We are gettihg steam pleat
ers, button hole and bution ma
chines, Mrs. Lee, 806 Post St
We HAVE any- kind of color of rub
ber heels you wish, put on while
you wait at the Pendloton Shoe Shop.
Cozy Bus Auto Line, Walla Walla to
Wall Walla to State Llns FREE
State Line to Pendleton $1.50
Pendleton to State Line $1.50
State Line to Walla Walla FREE
Positively no charges made in the
Stale of Washington or for any run
v make therein, as our competitors
have barred us from the Washington
highways on all "For Hire" vehicles.
Otherwise our regular time schedule
and farea will be obaerved.
A. HORCH, JR.
termination to keep our blood strains
pure, a task that is Impossible.
"Wo arc Americans, and we have
shown the world the miracle of the
Stars and Stripes; now we must show
the world the miracle of the Cross
the great spiritual atonement through
which the world can be saved..
Dr. Steincr delivered a series of lec
tures here on the "Problems of Race.
Speaking on tho World War, he
"The Idoallstlo war alms were not
realised because it is not the- nature
of war to realize them. The world" is
not safe for democracy: neither has
th mirth been made a better place for
,..n i,nit women. Internationalism is
rnnsomed by a fierce nationalism, and
the Instinct for separation has all but
crushed the desire for unity.
"The advance of the means ot com
munication as a help toward cultural
and splrltunl unity has been checked
bv creat chasms which openea sua
iinlv between nations; also between
neighbors and fellow citizens. Ai
earthquakes alter the face of the earth
so tho war has created its own politi
cal, mental and spiritual geogrnpny
ulsinir barrier between races are
raiii of the World War, according
tn nr. Stelner. who declared r
fin . the - United States the relation
between blacks and whites Is growing
more tense, and a general race war
seems only a matter of time. ,
"Our. anti-Japanese and antl-Mox-
(I in nititnrtn is more bitter because
) let the race factor.
"And nn anti-Jewish campaign ip
on and may become a factor in nati
onal politics and business."
BRINGING UP FATHER
t0 THEY CM.L ) i
.COLUV NOONE L ' jiii'
WOULD cone 1 wfw '
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
$201)0 buys a 6 roomed house and
lota. Phone 510-W.
FOR SALE Well rurnfshe atpt
house -cheap Phone 627-J.
FOR SALE Nice residence property,
north aide and other locations. W.
H. Morrison, Phone 1003 or 1145.,,
FOR SALE OR TK.ADK Portland Jot
00x100, corner Ainsworth Ave, and
32nd. St. All improvements paid, will
trade for equal value In Pendleton
property. Address Box 113 Pendleton,
Oregon. ' . i , -
FOR SALS Portland property
$(000 terms.. Seven room house,
paved street, 4 lota, garage, barn,
chicken coop, and run, berries, fruit
trees, flue shrubs and rosea. Address
709 Gerard St, Portland, Ore., Uni
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Cray and white cat old and
very gentle. Finder please Phone
$0.00 REWARD to anyone who finds
wallet containing $18.00. Leave at
this office. ,
LOST at Happy Canyon Saturday
. night, black, fur. Leave at this of
fice, $0.00 reward.
LOST A purse between Washington
St and Happy Canyon Thursday
night. Reward $5. Finder return to
LOST Purse containing sixty dollars
In ten dollar bills. Finder please
write party. Address on legion card.
LOST 34x4 H rflivertowh Cord tire.
tube, rim and tire cover, between Pen
dleton and Pi'ot Rock. Reward.
Leave at E. O. Office.
LOST -An English pointer pup, Dlack
cheeks, black spot over right should
er and a few black spots around tail
Reward Address this office.
LOST Red Irish Setter dog from car
parked near St. George Hotel. An
swers to name of Turk, will give $5.00
reward for return. Notify A. W. Mul-
lin, 212 East Main St., Walla Walla,
FOR SALE -Wicker baby cart In good
condition. Phone 678. .
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED, $1.5 at
RUDD'S, 107 W. Webb, Phone 683.
FOR SALE Four foot cord wood.
$5.00 per cord. Phone 2F5.
FOR SALE Wicker go cart and
childs bed, cheap. Phone 250-W.
FOR SALE Ladies leather riding suit
Model Cleaner Call 304 W. Webb.
FOR SALE Wicker baby Cab, walk
er and nursery chair. Phone 315-J-
FOR SALE Upright piano, cheap.
MuBt be sold at once. Phone 374-J.
FOR SALE All kinds of Insurance.
J. H. Eatcs, 614 Main St., Phone 604.
FOR SALE Cedar telephone poles
and fence post. Chaa. Lovegren,
Scappoose, Ore. 4 , .
FOR SALE Good 4 ft. wood, $10.00
cord delivered. Ben Marlln, city,
or leave word at 114 W. Alta, Pendle
ton. FOR SALE 3 car loads Rd Split Ce
dar fence poets 7 ft. 8 cents each,
t. a b. cars. Frank B. Blair, Lowell,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Four 100
bu. bulk wheat boxes for common
wheat rack Phone 1F4. O, H.
FOR SALE 200 ton good alfalfa hay
with running water and fine shelter
ed feeding ground at $6.00 per ton and
80" acres pasture free. Address 18
FOR SALE Seed wheat, Hybrid 20,
aeed Fall Barley 2o and Hulless
Ball Barley 3o per lb. Address St
Andrews School, R. F. D. 1, Box 55,
FOR SALE 1 span good work mules.
weight about 2250, one 8Pan 81
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.
FOH SALE Two Elewett Barrmtira
RAM BARGAIN Pure bred yearling
Lincolna, $7.00. Two year old Lin- i
coins, also Colswolds, $10.00 crated,
Shadeland Farms, Amity, Oregon.
FOR SALE Hemstitching and Picot
Ing attachment. Works on all sew
ing machines. Price $2.00. Personal
checks 10c extra. Light's Mall Order
House, Box 127, Birmingham, Ala.
BOARDERS wanted. Phone 662-W,
.004 Thompson St. ,
WANTED Experienced waitress
MAX AND WIFE wants work on
ranch. 920 Johnson St.
WANTED GOOD CLEAN RAUd AT
The East Oregonian office.
TO CLEAN and block your hat for
$1.00 Rudd, 107 W. Webb, Phone
WANTED Sewhig, beading; and
braiding. Phone 1028-J 120 Lee
.WANTED5 A competent stenogra
pher desires position. ACdresa "19"
WANTED Two experienced wait
resses at Railroad Boarding House,
WANTED TO RENT 4 or 5 room
furnished house, will take long.lease
Herb Reed, Phone 484.
WANTED Girl or woman for general
house work, small family. Phone
321 or after 6 p. m., 661.
TEAMSTERS "wanted on highway at
Holdman, $3.60 8 hours stage right
to camp. Newport Const. Co..
WANTED Two ladles to travel, $S0
week and expenses; 8 to work city
and outside towns, $3 day. Room 26,
Golden Rule Hotel, Mrs. Jones.
WANTED Music pupils, Helen Koch-
Have attended , conservatory of
music. Arrangements can be made by
calling 239-R or residence 321 Aura St.
LOCAL electrical firm has opening In
Its sales force for three aggressive
salesmen. Previous sales experience
not necessary but would be helpful.
Call between 1 and 2 o'clock or 5 and
o'clock. Milne Electric Co., 110 E.
CHILDREN cared tor night or day by
the hour. Phone 1039-W.
MRS. ADA FIELD Splrella corsetlere
Phono 324-W. Address 514 Jane.
PLEATING and embroidering goods
shrunk. Phone 588. Mrs. Lee,. 306
WE ARB TAKING CONTRACTS for
wheat hauling. Phone 468, Oregon
CANDYMArjNO business Start at
home, everything furnished men.
women, $30.00 weekly Bon Bon Co.,
SAVE DOCTOR BILLS and bad colds
bv having your children's shoes re
sold while you wait at Pendloton Shoe
Shop, 120 West Court.
House Movers . .
City or country Jobs. Full equip
ment of Jacks and riggens.
Phone 224-J '612 Clay St.
Pilot Rock Stage
Evan Cameron, Prop. .
Leaves Pilot Rock 8:00 A. M.
Leaves Pendleton 11:00 A. M.,
lea.ves Pilot Rock 1:00 P. M.
Leaves Pendleton 6:00 P. M-.
Leaves Hotel Pendleton and
. . Leave
Pendlatom , 8:00 1:00
Echo . ..:ll. .1:15
Stanfield :S0 1:35
Hermlston 9:55 1:6.5
Ar. Umatilla 10:15 t:l(
Umatilla 8:00 11:00
Hernilston 8:20 11120
Stanfield t:45 12:46
Echo 0:00 1.00
Ar. Pend. 10:15 2:16
' Two Trips Sunday
aad 4:00 p. m -Leave
1:00 a, m.
and 4:00 p. m.
Office Motor Inn Gataga)
722 Cottonwood Bt . .
PELL & DAWSON
Parcels delivered ta all way
Rag. U. 8.
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HANDY BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PEHDLETON iD W
This Directory .is especially handy for the out-of-town reader who may want the nam and addresi of re
sponsible businessmen, 'who represent, tha following lines, All are reliable, responsible business concern, who
. stand .ready to give you prompt service... , ' , . ; - ' ' '
AUTO ELECTRIC WORKS
WE REPAIR anything electrical on
an automobile. W. E. Chase Co.
PENDLETON CI CLE CO. Alax, Re
,vere and Savage tires. 228 E. Court
U a BENTLET & CO. Goodyear and
Diamond Tires Tire service, oils
and accessories. Alta and Garden fits.
GERTSON & MARTY Gates 8uper--Tred
tires 3 Cottonwood. Vul
canizing and repairing. -
PENDLETON RUBBER It SUPPLlft
CO. Barney Oldfield, Goodrich flll
vertown Cord and Pennsylvania Vacu
um Cup. 305 E. Court
GAD WA'8 AUTO TOPS, Plate Glass,
Backs, Side. Curtains 201 East
COL. W. F. YOHNKA Auctioneer,
Cbll at Sturgia & Storie'a Implement
Co., for aaie dates.
C. E. WILLIAMSON Stand at Griggs'
Cigar Store. Phone 1075.
FOR QUICK SERVICE Call Bud
r.nmfleld Phone 62. Crescent Cigar
Store. Residence. Phone 1059-R.
GEORGE W. COUTTS. Attorney at
Law, Room 17, Bond Bldg.
, M. 8CHANNEP, Attorney at Law
Office in Court House.
KBATOR & RANDAuL, Attorneys at
Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford
CARTER & SMYTHS. Attorneys at
Law. 224 E. Court St.
FEE & FEE. Attorneys' at LawP Of
fices in Despaln Building.
a. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel
lor at Law. Office in rjparn Blag.
S. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney at Law
PETERSON, Bishop ft Clark, At
torneys at Law. Kooms a ana t
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law.
Office over Taylor parawwre com
RALET, RALEY & STEIWER, Attor
neys at Law, Office In American
National Rank Building.
FRED H. SCHMIDT, Attorney at
Law. Room 24,. fimith-Craoford
Bldg. . . ..
' TVeeton-Pcndleton 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 lp.m.
O. H. McPHERRIN, Prop.
THE C07.Y AUTO STAGE
Pendleton-Walla Walla .
Leaves Pendleton 7:30 a. m.,
Arrive Walla Walla 9:15 a. m.
Leaves Pendleton 10:30 a. m.,
Arrive Walla Walla 12:15 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton- i:30 p. m.,
Arrive Walla Walla 3:15 P. m.
'Leaves Pendleton 4:00 p. m.,
Arrive Walla Walla 6:45 p. m.
Leaves Walla Walla 8:00 a. m.
Arrive Tendleton 9:45 a. m.
.Leaves Walla Walla 10:30 a.
m.. Arrive Pendleton 12:15 p. m.
Leaves Walla Walla 1:30 p.
m.. Arrive Tendleton 3:15 p. m.
Leaves Walla Walla 4:00 p.
m., Arrive Pendleton 5:45 p. m.
4 Sunday Schedule
10:30 a. m.. 1:30 p. m. and
4:00 p. m. From Pendleton and
Walla Walla same running tlms
as week day.
Pendleton phone 463, Cosy
Billiard Parlor. Walla Walla
phone 21, Dacres Hotel.
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oh:ho-ko j -when LLVi y-
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V tWj A VEARM wanna. ME luUNE-
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PHILADELPHIA DIAMOND GRID
BATTERIES guaranteed for . 1$
months. W. E, Chase Co, $20 E.
Court St. Telephone 209, Pendleton.
CATERPILLARS, harvesters, gas en -
gines, automobiles and general
Parks Nehergail, 213 West Webb.
WB WASH and clean tho finest rugs
satifttactorily. . References given.
We make fluff Tags from old carpets,
Waila Walla Rug and Carpet Clean
ing Co. Phone 1677.
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
PARKER & BANFIELD, Designing,
Engineering, Constructing, 16 years
experience in concrete and brick con
struction. 64 E. Third St, North Port
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING AND PRESSING
MODEL TAILORS ft CLEANERS
Pressing and repairing. 804 W.
Webb St Phone 821, Pendleton Ore.
WHO MOVES YOU Is Just as Imp-Kant
as where you move. We i
pack or store goods. We do counto
hauling Call $39, Penland Bros.
Transfer, 114 W. Alta.
Gowns made to order. Evening
gowns a specialty. Hand embroidery,
braiding and beading. Phone 242-M,
310 Aura St
Pearl FJmmogene Smith
SKOW & DAYTON, 117 E. Court St,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Farm
Loans. Pee ns about a loan.
Green String Beans, pound . . ... . . 15c
Wax String Beans, pound 15c
Turnips, 5 pounds 25c
Dainty Cakes, each 20c
in Ryey White, Whole Wheat, Graham.
Meat Dept. Qfl
NEW FURNITURE STOP.E It will
pay you to come and see Fisher be
fore buying new and second hand fur
niture. 302 W. Webb St., Phone 19$.
EVERY Article Laundered Perfectly.
There's an agent In your town.
(Troy Laundry, 808 Garden 8t
InoMESTIC LAUNDRY 41 h. Court
8t Phone 00. We maintain a com
plete mending department
DELCO Lighting System, Ackcrman
and Zurflub, Golden , Rule Hotel
HEMSTITCHING Mall orders lira
Ralph Hasaell, 417 Bush, Phone 095.
New and Second Hand Dealers
V. STROBLE, dealer In new and seo
ond hand goods. CXah raid for
second hand goods. Cheapest place
to buy household goods, 3141 E. Ooarl
FURNITURE, repairing. packing,
crating, upholstering, carpet clean
lag 7 years experience Grand Rapid
Mich. Furniture Co. All work guar
anteed, S12 W. Webb 8t
DR. G. B. HOLT Osteopathic, physi
cian and Surgeon. J add Bldg., Tele
phones, Office 508; Residence 880-J.
Painting and Paper Hanging
eAlNTS, Wall Paper, Picture Fram
ing. L. J. HcAtee, the Practical
Paint Man. Lowe Bros., Paints.
ALTA AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
701 East Alta street All makes of
radiators repaired. Work guarantaed,
C. Blasberg, Prop.
THE QUELLE A good placa to
PENDLETON SHOE SHOP New
method shoe repairing. We re
build, not cobble. The best work tor
the least money. 120 W. Court Bt,
made to measure
847 Main St
By George McManus