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Katlca la hereby siren that at a rernlar meeting; of the Common Council ef the Olty of Pendleton, held oa the 4 Ik day of April. 1917. the fol loeftenj reaolutlons were duly adopted: Wftareaa. the City Hnrveyor ef The City of reaeietoa did oa to 4tk dsy of April, lull, wasler .diractioa sad by requirement sf rsa t'ostaxal (uo.ll Hit la the offlre of rHs B order oi The City of l-endlaton. plana and eneeiricetiona for an approprl ate Mnurotremeut of the following named etreet in aaWI city: Madlmtn Mlreet from the Narta line of Jarkeon Mlreet to the Hoot. Ma of Wilson Street, t'Wtuer with earlmanMi of the work ta be dona and the prneeMe enat thereof with a etatement a. the kaa. perta of lota and pareeia of lane to he benefited by aura Improvement and the percentage of the total coat of improve meet, whk-b each of am-h lota, pane of lota aad narrehi of land ehonld pay on aoromit of the Benefits to be derived from aucb Im provement ; and Wtiereas. the Connrll baa examined stirn plana and aperlflralltKia -and estimatee and ffMiiMl th name aatUfartory aud the eati aiatm thvrefor to be in accordance with the MrotMbw coat of atM'A work, and, wfiereaa. the property remmmeuded by the Way CMn-veyor to be lnrluled within the bootKtartea of Uia District benefited Is la the ludarmimt of the Common touncll prop erly t be tnclnded within anch lmprtve mvnt dhrtrtrt and no property la eicludeo therefrom which should properly be la rlniled therein ; snd Wbereae, the Imprareaent of the here Inaboee dvacrltted portlona of Madiaoa Street with tJeavel Hltolllhlr Pavement Is at this time a Fsnary i therefore, be It Iwraoive! by the Common Coum-ll of The City ef Pendleton that It la expedient to Improve and It la hereby proposed to Im prove Madtaoa rltreet from the North line ef Jeaoa Street to the Kisith line of W 11 eoo Street by paving the same with Gravel lilt untitle pavement ; ench pavement to be roaeteneted and the aorface thre..f to he ftntahed apen lite ealahlnihed grnile of said street aad the atreet to have rtrh and gut tata and all other thlnga In nccordance with and aa ahown la the plane and apeclfk-a-tlona for tlte Improvement of aald portlona of Madlaon Street, prepared hv lieary Klm breH CMy Surveyor, filed with the Record er ef aald city, no the 4th day of April. ISIT. whe-h plana and epeclflcalloua are Iteretty particntarly referred to ; and ba It farthei , live nlred that the engineer a estimates of the nhalM totsl coal of Improve, ment, which sal.l City Kaglneera eeTlmatea wna made and prepared by tleary hlmbrell. City Knreevor of asld city. In the sum of .V1H1.K. snd waa filed with the Recorder of aahf elly oa the th dy of April. IB17. la here? InehtdVd and hereliy referred ta particularly, snd ba It further lleaorveil that the plana aad aperlftea tlona and estimates for each Improvement p oared by tn City Surveyor and I Hies wttntUe rerorder ef The City of l-eadleton on rh. 4th day at April. 1017. be and they are hereay adopted aad approved, aad ss II further . . , . , Hex lved that the cost of making sarL tetprt merit shall be a charge and lien no on alt M. parts of lets and parreie of lana pa beneltteo ay ...... - h-reby e sled ta be known aa "Aaaeaamen I l.treVf Vn Ml." emhcadng the propertf aeeeflied and ta be ais..d foe the pay- aat of ac Im ovemeota. whlca Aaaias r-oi tii-trlct hall Inclmle all lota, parta ot ..te aad pee la ot land lying and bvlns v,hi- the ,llrelrt boonded and dearrlned ria3"e?rrTiov"or Aara-KNT Din nu-T N. .v . Commencing at the a K corner of IM T Cl..li sii.t Adilltlon to the town. -,e f lvnrtlefnn. Oregon. Ihenr N , .1 ,in tv Hon ft. tn the N K eor nc f lat 1:. U lca Idas wltslara the owaera ae anca l"1- pa.eeht of land ao specially beflt-d by a.ah In rovemenl ahall be liable fnr lbs paiSMHit of Ike coats ISareot. and ba It fni- f'er ' . . -,-,- a. DAILY FATHER WELL -WELL -r IT ltM T ROAN WrVCT AREYOO N m in m s i 5 mkS JMight Co. Main ami Alta Streets Telephone -400. S3 A r- 5 r. 5 2 5h3 Prr5 m3 roet 11,. x u, t.rL c. f . of aald Swltater'e Additions thence H I deg. ii mln. K. ftflO ft. to the H. W. earner of iak a, Hlnik a of aald ejwltaler'e Aw dltloa. tlu-ace N. Kg dog. a mis. K. ZOO ft .0 pisca of beginning. itno oe 11 rtirtner rieoolved. that a copy r ehi. ' bat l.lwwvi r ,!. together with the notice the eatlmate of the proportion of the cost of asrainst ea.1T Iol . ",.?..,''r o.rv r i ..a J ine for of He of the t tty Rerorder be publish-. a period of tea dsys in Ihe Aaal llr. Ian. which nevuia Im h lw Amim. gonlan. which newapaper la here bv deals oated by the Common Council for lbs pub ik-atlon thereof. And notice la further given that the Sur veyor s eattmste or the prof tort Ion of THOMAS PITZ 1,'KRAI.n. Notice of IU da for Newer innmrtntinn . . . . . i-J a--K... .- ' ' " - blda will be received at the office ef th. .y recorder In renUl.ton. Ore- son, up to April SMh, 1I7. at o Hotc p. m., ror the eonwruetion of .i.nn j,. .... m-w uv. - lateral wera on Blaine. WiUon and Lincoln streets In the City of Pendle- ton. Tha bidder to furn.ah all tna- teriat and labor and to complete the work to tha aatfafactfon of the Hewer Com niittea of the Common OoUncIl of the City of Pendleton, all . wor and materials to be In strict accord- anoe with the plans and specification for sold work now on file In the office ofithe City Recorder of the City of Pendleton.- Each bid must be accom- panled by a certified check In the amount or ten per cent or the am- ount or ins otn maae paynoie to in. order of the Mayor of th. Clly of Pendleton, to be returned to the bid- der If unsuccessful, and IO be for- felted If the bidder I. awarded IW work, and falla to enter Into a con- tract in accordance with the terms nf his said bid. The Common Council reserves the tight to reject any and all blda By order of the Common Ccuncll and, dated this llth day of April, HI 7. THOS. FITZ OF.RAIn. City Recorder M retire to Omtnsctc , Sealed proposals address d ta the School Hoard of District No. 44. Uma tilla Count)', will be received at the office of Arch i teat Kaymond V Hatch until 4:0a p. m.. April tlth. I IT. for the furnishing of all mate rial and labor required In the erection and completion of a one room fram e school house and three out-buildlnga. Proposals are to be opened at th office of County School Superintend ent Toung at I p. m. the same daM Plans and apeclflcatlnns are on flls at the offleea of Raymond W. Hatch. Architect, Deapalr, rtld.. Pendleton. Oregon. Contractors are required te deposit $ aa a guarantee to retors plans at the time agreet a pen. Th school board reserve, th right to accept any or reject all bid. ' .ft i f i 1 'i r i s s n - r.MU.i -r , "s. -"v- i each lot. part of lot snd parcel of lane 'H'rT?.,?' '"n '!5..""'i I O. N. C LOSES 'r&TZ'XZ tie !r rJr-i .'r srjr' j dependent a t iu ,-ltv keciu-der , iinieoeo upon IB. nmoiirti Knur 01 o, i rtli. .t n...- .si. street and the street to hsre curls, and tt" Z Pendleton, Oregon, this .DJ, . ,her thiua-m a..rdnn.-e with Order to Discharge 12th daV Of ADlil. 1917. ..J ahA l the nlaua and ,n.-elflrstinn ! vl.uvl EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY," OT1ViCTED of ourclarS'- PORTLAND.- April 19. Market ' swine in I'M, to l'.c hlKher at No::.i Pfrllaiid: vnlties reaching a new hii-.. r cord. There was a sale of extreme quality light weight hogs in the yurtla durim: the morn inn at 115.45 although ' the general market for that class of - - tioOue of Payment of of Fondle- lou Improvement Bond. Nnilca la hereby given that City of Pendleton Improvement Bonds No. 1 1, Series D, Noa. 7, S and t, Series N. No. S.' Series u. and Noa. I and . Series X. will be paid upon, presenta tion thereof to the undersigned at the American National Bank, Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon. Interest on said bonda ceases May 1. 117. Dated April Id, 117. LEE MOORHOTISE. Treasurer. City of Pendleton. By Wm. Mlckelsen, Deputyr .. . . . .. . - JiOTK K OP KTKKKT I M HKuV KMKXT. ?lrJ.7.ZZ?SJl":l;S:., lint IVn.llcK.n. Iield on April 11. T.I17, the I Ifillow lns reeoltl tlons were SduutiMl : r- 'eress. the flty KnrTeyur of -1ie City of Hendletun did on tk 11th day of April. lt'17. under dif-eeilus mml by rjulreni.ut of the 'iiiBiiMt t'ouDt-ii file In the office : " .. V... : . , j me tDi(iroTiiiiit of the full'mtu; anuied ll'e .Ntirlh line .11 Webb Hlreet tu Uie South line of Court Street, together with e.tlm.t.-. i nf the wors to be done and the pi-unable coet thereof tilth a statement of the lots, perts " Parcels of hurt to he he net i ie.t i porn iniuroremeui mna ine pvmie the total cost .f improveueot. whic h b m( such lota, parts of lotji and parcels of land should Dai on account of the bene. '" " - -- 1"'T" - 1 - I Whereas, the council hna examined anch ' 1 Diana and eoenilrattoae aaa esuoutiea ano .(found the same aaturacloey and the eatl : mat therefor to be la aconlnn.e with the nrobable coat of such work and. Vvhei-eaa. the property rei-uuimended by the City Surveyor to be included within ehe baondarlea of the district rwaefited is. In the Judgment of the Common Council. properly l be locluded within euch In. ' pr o ment dhtrh-t, and no profMi-ty is es - r""M taerefroai. which should properly he Included there ia. snd 1 hereaa, the Improvel above described p.rtlon of the berela above described portions of Willow ! '1L ""T f ! 'or Be It h Uravrl llltullthlc there- nesoiven. ov iae oidibob v uuui 11 ore vuy of iorti. that li i MiMkdiwii 1, Inproff atBd It im bvrby prupsKaJ to Im- prove Willow Hirl trm llif ,urtn Iaint nt Hiib Firx-t to thf H.-HlU line of 1'ourt city Knrreror. riled with the KtMNinlcr oft J. " the nth Amy f AprU. hk'h plana and apfrtfirialnji are tnr- bT ibartlrtilarlT r-frr-d to. anti in acora lanre with the ntarter and urdlnauc of , ri, sXev': e.,!:.',"., ltnmlr total rxmt of iiik'N liupn.Tt-mwi, which mm lit -hik -Miimi- t- (! jwn.n win - . --"- W-Jjell. cl.y ' 34.t.L'., and were filed with the Kevornet 1 f mM rtt aa the lltb &mr of Aurll. Hl . hln,l 'rebj nurid to nwN.iW thai the niaon nut .inviii a tkma and rwiiroaiea fir h lttiprovfaini. 'ss trearr1 b tlte t tty Mirreyr. ano : fili Ji.k ,1.. U.WH. ..r Th l-tlv .a j im.llcK.a on Ihe llth day of April, "nil,. ,he and tnev are nereny auopieu auo ap-t pr, .'"T.'Jt of making s.tch ! lm provrmrnt ahall be a charge and iien ; ! apen all lets- parts i ' r't!ll..?I ; 1'""" ,K" . . ,rf t,. . , meci, ,.f lan.T so aiciaiiy h-nefn ny ei n mi",.Tr m, i.-,.. ....... ' ""' " the it ,ied that aa srsient .lieirl.t In (hereby rn-sled In be known a "Asaesemcut wTa'Te lur ' intent of en. b Imttrevemrtit. alilch asses. , i r "x. mm mr-m i -a . jm m m s m m - .'. i a tv hi mi hh aw .. .am. for the Improvement of eairl M,rttous 01 meat dlstt-K-l shall in-iiile all l.s. parte , iis aal iar.-ls ef isnls iylna and bctna l r of men are already presenting ap within the dtettlct bimsded and .rrscrtle-sl prati,.na showing that their relatives KI!Rl"ltTNW"ir ASSFKHMKNT IMH - ' "'" "" means of supitort. Thev tkiit no. ol Caaamearlng at Ihe R. T . corner as 1 o I town, now tttf. nf lnlleum. tireg.ai. t brace N aa ex J ailn t: lift ft. ta the a K reraer of 1 -a a. Khw-k -H nf ssM NsaervalMJO Adllteoa : tnence X. e. .'! atto tv. 7iW ft to the . K. eoroer of Uot 12. Dtork IJ Town of IVndkMisa. thence a es . 4 mln W : ft. to Ihe V W. rorner J l-o I, Klerk IN. Arnold sad Baley-a Aihlllloa t. Ihe Town, aow flty ef lvndletca. Oregon, tnence a. 33 oVg. 3b la K. J fl to ela.-e of seglnnln. Aad be It farther remitted, that a ceo, nf last reaetwtenn tagetbec with the antic. that lbs sarveyor'a eetlwat. of th. pre one- , Ilea of the eoet af said work to be charges, i aa-alaes aech eat. part or est and parcel ar ! ktne) at ae flh tn the erne, of the lilt Re I carder be snatVenMl fee s period ef ten dey. tn fa. Fast Orsa-eetan. which awapanerl la hereby east ated by Iter IVssaina, t'ona- rtt for the pahUcatlna there;. I And aerie, ks farther given thst the srrr i vsynrN, astimale nf the seta, watloa mt tbel enat of said w.rk ta he charged again! , each est. part at lot and parcel of laaa , within Ihe A mi an in loetrw-t in aaio eewnlntlcais as I i.v-d la aa file la the -1 ftce ef the I'y X llolvd al larl!et this 12th da .1 AprO 117 THoa riTK liFHAT.n, tl (Cnprrlicht, 117, 'international News Service. State Patent Office.) t I I I , ' 1 . I MYMY- HOW. LON MT O0 SERVE'? twenty YArX?j 7t Y offerings ia quoted around S15.25r 15.36. On the basis of this the mar- 1 ket for hogs ia easily placed at $15.5, - although no sales were made during ' the morning at that price because of the lack of suitable quality. . Only a very small run of hogs was t shown in tha yards overnight anu , these were .quickly snapped up at the ; advance quotations. General hog range: Best heavy . . ' Kent light . . j Kough heavy t 15. 5u 15.25fi-lS.SS 14.60JfH.7S 1 2.50 ft 13.1)1 ! PiKs blockers I3.0lfilS.f0 j t attle Situation Strong. . ' Situation In the cattle trade at North i Tortland continue strong. No ad- vanc was noted In prices; in fae j former top price level was not reach I ed because of the lack of quality of ; ft-rinBs. Total run of cattle In the yards was small. Oeneral cattle market range: i Prime light beef steers . 9.90 0 10.2 ! Prime heavy beef steers. . .50 . beef cows n.sow S.75 9.00 SJ25 8.00 7.08 Heat heifers lOrrilnari' In riwid mn-, .001? ; . hoarv butcher bulls 7 SOW . " r no", ""toner ouns I . w 1 "i ouuw I Calves .00& 7.00 to 1 0.0t .0llii 7.00 l-'er-feedr steers I miocker-feeder cows .... &.oori fi.iO v . -iniyle hert eriiiered In thfc I -v'u a "' nead appeared in ink ; mutton and iamb division of thx North Portland 3'ords over niKht. . Trend of the trade continues firm with t ... . ' prices nominally continued at the j previous range. . i i u ... ' "V.". ' ;.....- ' Poet east of the mountain lambs t 11.25 Pest valley Itimhs 11 00M11.1S Wethers 10.00 Kwea . 9.00 Ooats 4.25 f 4.50 Spring lambs 15.00 Wool sheep and lambs higher. Wednesday Livestock Sliijepcre. I f 'S I load: J. 8. Flint. Junction City. 1 : Krfcin Forwarding company, Jo- 1 , lnd. I ' nine ano atv Reyeltn. H!-m. 1 load. -.... I II k,nn T . . .4 . . ....... . , , . . . . . - , J MisttHl tuff J. E. Smith, Newter. i t In;id cattle and hoKB. SOME MEMBERS All Re cruit With Families Be-. . ing Enforced. Portland. April 17. Adjutant c-nnrnl White admitted eiundav nieht I thr receipt of order, from the war ! department In Wanhinrton authortx jn t)-) dlffcharre of men with d 1 ig tna aincnarge HllvM the guard. This I Includes th tnfan try and coast artillery regiments, the cavalry troops and Battery A. where men come under, the dependent rela tives law a federal statute which cost the government great sums of money when the guard was on the Mexican jjj.j, thfiy aro to be discharged whether they wish rt or not. A de- prndent relative Is defined as a wife. mother or children of whom a sol- dier la the sole support. General White said mat there woulj be a rigid investigation in each case before men are forced nut or an ap plication to remain tn the service is mUtri to . commttnrt.r, with this .......,,. -, ..-a i . !are aispiayina; a general inclination n mtii In the service. Offioer do not expect the losses to be heavy and, except In the case of the Third Oregon Infantry now mo bilised at Vancouver, they will be practically nil. The emit artillery, cavalry and battery have been replac ing with single men for some time and have found It an easy task. Col- one May of the Third Oregon prob acy will lose several valuable non- oommlaetoned officers. T hf tAo-stipatkivi Injnees, The bnarela ar the natural sewer age system of the body. When thev become obstructed by constipation a pert 'of the potaoaous matter which thev should carry off la absorbed In to the system, ranking you feel dull and stapld. and Interfering with the disestioa and aeedmflatloa of food This condition Is quickly relieved be ' Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainabi- everya here.- Adv. ! APRIL 19, 1917. Keastered railed DRINK WATER TO AVOID SICKNESS ;SAYS AUTHORITY GLASS OF' HOT WWfFJl BF3POKE BKJ'AKFAHfT IAIlaY KIM'S TUB IKXTOIt AWAY. San i tar-' science has of late made rapid strides with results that are of untold hleesinff to humanity. The latest application of Its untiring- re search Is the recommendation that it is as necessary to attend to inter nal sanitation of the drainage sys tem of the human body as it is to the drains of the house. Those of us who are accustomed to feel dull tyid heavy when we arise, splitting; headache, stuffy from a cold foul ton sue, nasty breath, acid stomach, can. Instead, feel as frexh as a daisy by opening the sJuicee of the system each morning and flush ing out the whole of the Internal poisonous stagnant matter. Everyone, whether ailing, sick or well, should, each morning before breakfast, drink a glass of real hot water with a teaspoon ful of limestone phosphate in It to wash from the stomach liver and bowels the pre vious day's Indigestible waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus clt-ansin?, sweetening and purify in-? the entire alimentary canal bef'ortj putting more food Into the stomach. The action of hot water and limestone phosphate on an empty f stomach Is wonderfully invigorating1. It cleans out all the sour fermentations, gases, waste and acidity and gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast. While you are enjoying your break fart the phosphated hot water is quietly extracting a larjfe volume nf water from the blood and get tin-? ready for a thorough flushing of all the 1nlde organs. The millions of people who are bothered with constipation, bilious spells, stomach trouble, rheumatism: others who have sallow skins, blood disorders and sickly complexions aro urged to get a quarter pound of lime- stone phosphate from the drug stor- which will cost very little, but is suf ficient t" make anyone a pronounce.; crank "on the subject of internal san itation. CHICHESTER S PILLS IIAJJO HRIM 111.1. . a itin h m n bru. StM. lwii Krisit.M SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVtRVMHERC WELL-I DON'T "THEY CONVICTED I J . ANY THiNtJ I THE Ws.-. ' rTTTI TOLAU4HAY.1 Sx I .Vr."" , ( (few ( '-rrJl.r-lwKmiV JCi-X 'Ut K'S J Cole) a-ei.,l,7jf tn, .itwt artUa G: RiUk W afcafeV-. Task art I. Pwf f J P CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS. FUS F.RAl. DIRECTORS. D W. BAOeET, ATTORNBT AT Law. Rooms 7. I. . Daspaia Bid. J. T. BROWN'S FURNITURE STORI Funeral director asd llceoaad am GEORGE W. COTJTT9. ATTORNEY balmtu-. Moat modern fnneraj par at law. Room 17, Schmidt block, log, morgue and funeral car. CaU- responded to day or Bight. Corn CARTER SMYTH E, ATTORNEYS Mala and Water streets. Telephoa at law. Office In rear of American . National Bank building. "FF AV FEE. ATWRFNT AT LAW Office In Deepaln building. JOHN & BAKER. FT7NERAL. Dl rector and Ilceaaed embalmer. 0 JOHN W HUFF. ATTORNET-AT- po,),, postofnoa. Funeral parlot Law. Room t. Amarlcan Nation two funeral cars. Calks responded t. al Bank bnUdln. day or night. Ptvona Tt. R, t K HA TOR. ATTORNEY AT Law. Room . Smith -Crawford MOICTAJSA, FARM IxtUllM. Build Inc. ft a MKTWBERRT. ATTORNEY AT Us 8ralth-Cr.wf.--4 Bulldinc. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Lai ida ta east era Montana at il li OETERSON BISHOP. ATTOR- t law acre aultabl for farm- at law: room, t and . Smith- ' or- l-ytma For la- " forTnaUoa write or ae W. K. Holt. Crawford bnlldln.. ot7. Montaaav JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEW AT aRrrrvUr law. Office over Taylor Hard -are AKt:niTW-r. ooeopany. . RAYMOND W. HATCH. AROflt . tee. Deer-ala Bnlldlac rhoa RAIJtT RALEY. ATTORBNTJ AT T r, O-aro- law. Office Im Amerieaa Natloaal Bask Building. : BECOXD HA-TD DE.LFRK. FREDERICK rrxrWER, ATTOR . . . . , . - . way at law. OfTlo la Smith-Craw ,. -.., . .... ford belldtaat. STROBLE. DEALER IN KIT and second hand good a Oaa' a. a. LOwtLb ATTORNEY ANT paid for an rad-ha ad gooda Chear eeanaellor at tew. Offlo tal Do est place to buy household (coda I! speia build hc Chick M The best insurance for the H baby chicks I Its not what you hatch I Its what you raise li . f Laying Tonics, Lice Killers, Etc. 63 Goleswor t h y 9 s Baled Hay, Oats, RoJled Barley Etc.- CHOP MILL Alta and Cottonwood Phone 134 1 a-fia avarmra lluiiiuuauuliiiiiuilua CAULi FOR Bros. Notice is hereby Riven that scale a bids will be received at the office of the Clt Recorder of The City of PeoKUeteB. Oregon, np to 6 o'clock p. m. -on April xotn, isit, lor tne im provement of the following parte ox the following atreet In said city, to wit: Main Street from the North line of Jackson Otreet to the Sooth line of Wilson Street, in accordance wltn the plana and specifications for such Improvements, prepared by Geary KlmbrelL City Surveyor, and now on file In the office of the Kecorder of said city; each bid must be accom panied by a certified check In the sum of $840.31, made payable to the order of the Mayor of The City of Pendleton, the check to be seturneo to the bidder. If unsuccesef ol. and to be forfeited If the bid 1 successful and the bidder fails to enter Into a contract In accordance with the terms of his bid. Sealed bide ahall specify aa follows: Ceart. Pboae ITIW. PACrT NINE BY GEORGE McMANUS .Foo. Gravel Bitnllthle pavement, including the surface, fin ishing; course and biiuma nous foundation per etx. yd $..... St rami) t curb, per lineal ft. ...... Circular" eorb, per lineal ft. ... Concrete Outter. per lineal ft. t . . . Intersection drains, each.. 9. Resetting of Inlets, each.... ...... Bitulithtc headers, per lin eal ft. t Excavation, solid rock, per eo, yd Excavation, earth per eo. Excavation. embankment. per cu. yd I For entire Improvement complete f total bid) .... t The Common Council reserve tlx rieht to reject any and all bid a. .Dated April !th 117. THOS. FITZ GERA1 , Recorder of The Cltr of Peadtetei MI8CKIJsBX)Crl, LEOAL BLANKS or EVEPY DaV scrip tloa for county court, etre ol coort. jostle court, real aetata. e, tor sal at East Orea-onJaa offlea. INSCRAXCF. AD LilD BC SIXES BENTLEx MONTGOMERY. RI aetata, fir, life and accident insur ance agents, lit Mala atreet. Pboa . POCTUKa. DR. A. ROM, PRACTICM LJMr. ttad to the aya, sag, boo aad l bins! Cllajity patients 1st aad trd Satartea nlstk. tt Jadd Balldias. Ml 8CBLM Hit WANTED OLD FALt TI)U Doa't matter If broken- I pay f 1 .) to It per net. Mall te U Miser, tea, & Fifth Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Wi. aend cash by return mail. LEO AL BLAN OF -TKRY X acrlptioa for coanty soar, aareest eoart, Jtaatlce eeert. real aetata, for sale at asset Oragnalaa effjea Afcno-EirRis. COL. W r. YOHNKA. ACf-TIO-. eer, maksa a spctalty of far woch and maehireery aalae TT man that trats yoa the money " Iae orders at East Or goaiaa efflea.