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EIGHT PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1917. PAGE SEVEN -w.. w I if o) i U im if When you have it with, your car no matter what make bring it to us. t-'3 -3 -3 II e-"3 fa We have an up-to-date repair, shop with competent mechanics 1 in every department. 63 f Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed if if . I J City Auto Co. Inc. I 1 722 Cottonwood St. Telephone 46' g mam HIGH HEELS PUT CORNS ON TOES THA8 WOMK.V HOW T Ilt' I P A CWRN KO IT LIFTS OIT n iTIHlIT PAIX. Modern hlirh-heeled footwear buckles ths toes and produce coma, unci many of the thousands of hospit al rases of Infection and lockjaw ar ih result of woman's suicidal bublt f trying to cut away three painful peata. for little coat there can be obtained at any pharmacy a quarter of an ounce of a drua- called freeione. which la sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus without the alichteat danger or Inconvenience. A few drops applied directly upon . tho tender. aching rn atopa the soreness snd shortly the entire corn, root and all. lifts nsm nut. it Is a sticky substance, which dries the mo-, tnent it la applied, and thousands of men and women use It because the com shrivels up and comes out with out inflamlns or even Irritating the rurroundln tissue or skin, t'ut this out and try It If your corns bother you. Glass of Hot Water Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit Opan slulcas of the system aach morning and wash away tho poisonous, stagnant mattsr. Thcwv of us who are aiTiiatunied to fpe dull and heavy when arise: putting; headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, natty breath, acid atom luh, Isnie bark. ran. Iiitftead. both look and feel as fresh as a daisy al ways by washing the poisons and tox ins from the body with phosphated hot watrr each morning. Wa should drink, opfore breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea spoonful of limestone phoaphate In it to flush from the stomach, liver, kid neys and ten yards or bowels the pre vious day s Indigestible waste, sour bile and polnonous tosins; thua cleansing, sweetening and purifying the entlrs alimentary tract befora potting more food Into the stomach. The action of limestone phosphato and hot water on an empty stomach la wonderfully invigorating. It cleans out all the sour fermentations, gases, aaste and acidity and gives one a fplendid appetite for brea k fast an d it Is said to he but a little while un til the rosea begin to appear in the checks. A quarter pound of limestone phoephHte will cost very little at the drug store, but is sufficient to mske anyone who is botherd with bilious ness, constipation, stomach trouble or rheumatism a real sanitation. Try It And voU are assured that you will look better "nd feel better In every way shortly. j HEADACHE STOPS, NEURALGIA GONE Dr. James' EtauUcli Powders fiv insUnt relief Coct dim a pck. Nrrw-rsrkin. splitting or inH Utrobhina tacs.isrhrs yild in Just ' nommls to Ir. Jsmss' Hesdschs Pow drra whk-a rtt mj 10 crnu a psA acs at any dm store. It s tha quiek- et, sursst hssdsrhs reltsf Is tns vh , world. Dos't suffsr! Relissa ta I ?7V. ' . "V- . . ,T and plurs.. Nl ntv ars thr th ?"rtba. ZZJZ ?XlrL,l rn.Hs unn,r. n nh. ' ' 1 -hat TOU Mk h"t thy srs almost ,.nstahl. hn mry s asedieM. o wast yoa ss. romM , tand,n at m Em I'KHSllINt; TV) H.1VR A CHATKAK FOR IIKAIVI AltTKItS IN FKANCK Choice, Has Been Made But Locatlon Is Not Dbstuhed; iwe Motor ear l His Staff. PARIS, May 24. Major-Oeneral Pershing's heuduuarters In Frame have been selected by the United Htates embassy and the choice ap proved by the war department at Waxhlnmon although the exact lo cation has not yet been made public. A chateau provided free of charge by a titled Frenchman will acrommoriat-j Oeneral Pershing; and his staff. French and American aufomobita owners have offered more Utttn 10 fine motor csrs free for the use 091 the staff. The news of President Wilson's de cision to send a small expeditionary force Immediately shares, with Oen eral Petaln's latest thrust In the Mo ronvllllers region, the most promi nent piece In today's new-spapers. It Is received with acclaim. A new field for American girls has opened In France with the decision to replace the chauffeurs of automo bile ambulances, except those at the front, with women drivers. Since the great proportion of French wom en are already war workers, it Is ex pected that American girls will fill the positions. CAXAIHWS AtiAlNST IWAKr. DtiiinnM rations Montreal. n-ry at MONTH KAU May 2. Many trW demonstrations, m hich 'culminated in a large open sir massmeeting aa a protest against conscription. -Kcurrd h-re. Prior to the m:issme(ttng the dem onstration took the form of street Tirades In which many vmmt men participated- They were l;ter ad- ! Pressed by fierv orators. sme of whom predicted thnt a state of- af fii ir little short of revolution would itsnlt In Caniida if the proposed I neasure was adopted, others, how ever, counseled the crowd to be fjati nt and wait for sir Wilfred fmrler who, they said, whs against the bill urd was "still there f (n the Canadian parliament 1 to defend 3-011.' KM SOX IS ItOlN'G HIS PIT. OlUNOK, N May 2 Thomas A. Edison, In sn add res to employes of his West Orange plant. urging them to buy 'liberty loan bonds, de clared he Was "already doing whsf he could In a certain direction (o serve the country. It la not something I . can talk about," said Mr. Kdlson. but I am trying to do my 'bit for t'nele Sam." rffWHWrtCygrti "W 0 v-- . ii m .. . . 1 ... v . i&GZi. '.U.'". .11 iS. St, ill Anirrlcsn blu-lackris srs rnmous worrt ov.r for th.ir rmatilltv 1 A'i r- f ' '7 Is I . ' n it fiMr it ''(' fc' a. ft f .i'JiuS x ' Os. ' f twidWx J XfbJ'SZpr r??'". 'S"; 'w'' ''"" The liKhting top of the IT. s. '. . ... t; CALIFORNIA HOGS rOHTKAN'D, Ore., May 29. With the fKcfption of hoKS. the market for liveHtot'k ahowed amrtll arrivals, al thouKh tho cattle run over Sunday was greater than the limited show In 3 of lant week. - Ten loads of California stuff arriv ed in over Sunday and shipments did not tay tn the local yards, being des tine for a Tacoma packer. Oeneral condition In the cattle trade are quiet. V alley butcher wert the principal buyers during the early trading. General cattle mnrket range: 1 Prime light beef steers. . $ 10.00 Prime heavy bef steers.. 9 80 1 0.00 Choice beef cowa g.00 8.75 Bent heifers 8.70p .50 ordinary to good cows . . . 8.50 Prime heavy butcher bulla 7.R0 Ughi bulla fi.OO'i 7 00 Calves 7.00 910.00 Hog Market Ijowpt. Market for hogs was inclined to show weakness in the North Port land yards at opening of the week's Daily Chats With the Housewife MKHKK lltOM rilKAPKIt CITS Or MKAT. Braised Beef or Pot Iioast Brown the mcut on nil urfacs, place in rluHfty covered kettle or other recep tacle with small quant ity of wntttr and flitvorina vegetables, such aa on ion, 0:1 r ret. etc., and cook until ten der. Prawning; the nieat helps to keep ii. 1 he J 1 ices. The si w cooking In water and steam makes fur tender- n ess. Si v (try Pcef. t'ut a pound of top round of beef Into 2-inch Weees and rprlnkle with flour; fry a smalt piece of salt pork until light brown; add beef and fry fr admit 3.". minutes, stirring occasionally. 'nver with water and simmer ah "t two hours (tireless cooker may be usetf.. sea son with Kill and pepper or paprika. Serve with a sauce made as follows: t'ook in water for 20 minutes a cup ot tomatoes, part of a stalk of celery, one-ha If onion, three whole cloves, thrje peppercorns, and blade of mace or a very little nutmag. Rub through a sieve, add some of the gravy from the meat, thicken with flour moisten- ed with cold water, and season with j UNLIMBERING "LAUGHING LIZZIE" "'S-.' -.SS).3g JW",,V,,'SVTSfWSSs,wsiis - -fe ... , 7- - 1 -it r : . . . 1 1 1 sMiJh 1 iS. V V.'-ffSjM ...ins sirlslp point snd alvlna sn i.fn: a hsi tlsm r fir rr.mi IlKtit j ait'll. - rv and .mall arms. Th, U,s In .h. .do.ur, sr. n... In tralnms at rrt. n I.. losMh-r ..h fc.n.e 5.s othrr paUiots. Thry WITH OUR SEA FIGHTERS ww'f ' Oeorgia, from which the rajige for t - GO 10 TACOMA trading With the more liberal run klllm were on the bear side of the trade. Values In general were con sidered 10c lower. Three loads sold at $15.90. General hog range: Heat heavy packers , . ..$1G.7& 15. 9 Bulk of packing grades. 15.50 16.65 Best light packers 15.25 & 15 jr Rough and heavy 14.50'15 0ft Pigs 13 00'ri13.5' Stacker . 12.00913.00 Mutton Market NoanJnal. With only a handful of stuff of fering, the market for sheep and lamM continues on a nominal nanis at North Portland- Some lambs sold at $13.50 during the morning with yearlings at $10.50. Oeneral uheep and lamb market: Best east of mountain lambs $13.0013 5(T Best Willamette valley lambs 21$a.W Best yearlings 12. 5 Ota 18-50 Best ewes 9-0010.00 Shorn sheep and Iambs 1 1-2&3 1-Sc a pound lees. salt and paprika. K'oodles, boiled rice, h jminy, or chopped potatoes carrots, and green peppers or other vegetables in season may be served on the same dish. Casserole Hoast. (A casserole may be improvised by using a heavy ear thenware dish covered with a plate.) Hrown round or rump of beef in fa, from a slice of fried pork. Place in casser tie with chopped carrot, tur nip, onion, celery, etc., around it. Add two cupfnls of wuter or stock, cover a nd cook- In hoi oven three hours. busting occasionally. Kxtcnd I ng t he Ha vor of Meat. Stew With Dumplings. Make stew from small pieces of meat and vege tables, cooking It on stove or in fire less cooker. Serve with dumplings made as follows: For a stey uring 1 pound of meat mix a little more than one-third cup of flour with one teaspoonful of baking powder and a pinch of salt, working In a rounding teaspoonful of butter and mix with enough milk to form a medium stiff dotiKh. Cut into small pieces and cook in a buttered steamer over kettle of boiling water or remove "4 sr shwn In ths set of whH-lin their -Ijiiishlns Usa;." Into action and unllmterltig their rifles, prepa ratory to a cbarpre. This Is tmly a small part of the busy training Cvuirve these UOs undergo. he gunners is procured when In ae- enough gravy from the atew to ex pose the meat and vegetables, and place the pieces of dough on these solid matt-rials to cook. Meat Pie. Meat pies are made n.ost satisfactorily by first cooking the meat and vegetables as for a stew. Line a pan, earthenware dish, or casserole with biscuit dough rolled fairly thin, put in the meat, vege tables and gravy, cover with dough, and bake in a hot oven. Meat Turnovers. Place any chop ped cooked meat available on circles of biscuit -dough about the size of a nauoer. Fold the dough over, the meat,, crimp the edges, and bake in a hot oven. Vegetables may be com bined with the meat filling as de aired and the whole may be served with gravy. Veal of Beef Birds. Cut very thin meat Into roughly rectangular pieces of a sufficient size for individual serv ings. Place on each a stuffing of NOTICE TO OOXTKACTOHS. . (t lei mining Schools. At the regular meeting of the di rectors of School District No 1. of Umatilla County, Oregon, to be held at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, the 12th day of June, 1917, in the office of the clerk at 111 Bast Court street, in the City of Pendleton, Oregon, bids will be opened for the calclmin ing of the three grade school build ings, the contractor to furnish all' la bor, material and to assume all risks of accidents, etc. Calcimine to be of the same color as now Qn the said walls Material to be standard and all work to bo done In a workmanlike and proper manner and a!l of said work to be completed on or before the 15th day of August. 1917. Calciminfng Is to cover all walls and ceilings of all school rooms, hall ways, closets, cloak rooms and offices and stairways from the foot of tho basement stairs to and Including all rooms and parts of rooms above In each of the said buildings. Bids may be left with the clerk. The board of directors reserve the r'ght to reject any and all bids. J. B. BROWN. Chairman LOT LIVERMORE. Clerk, CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR Y ATTORN ET 8. D. W. BATLST. ATTORNBT AT Law. Rooms 7. I. . Dwpaln Bids. GBORGK W. COtTTS, ATTORNBT at law. Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER EMTTHS, ATTORNEYS at law. O fries In rear of American Vatlonal Bank bulldlnc FEE FEB. ATTORENTS AT LAW. Offlcs In Dospala bolldlni. JOrTO W. HTjrr. ATTORNET-AT- Lsw. Room (. Amarleaa Natloa al Bank bnlldlD. R. I. K BATOR, ATTORNEY AT Law. Room 14. Bmlth-Crmwford Bnlldlnc. 8. A. KEWBSRRT, ATTORNET AT Law. emlth-Orawford Bulldtor PETERSON A BISHOP. ATTOR- nevs at law: rooms t and 4. Smith- Cram ford bntldlnc. JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORXEW AT law. Office orer Taylor Hardware company. RALET A RALEY, ATTORENTS AT law. Office la American NaUonal Bank Bulldlnc FREDERICK STEIWER. ATTOR nsy at law. Orrioa la Smlta-Crew ord bulldina ' a A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY ANI oounsellor at law. Office la De ineif bulldtna DOCTORS. S. A. ROE. M D. PRACTICE LIX lied to the eye. ear. nose and throat Room :i. Judd Bulldlnc bread crumb, neaAoned with chopped onion, and other flavoring vejee-tabl.- and herbs. Fold or roll up the meat, and nkewer In plac wtth tooth picks. Urown th rolls in fat, r movt) and make gravy from thf fitt, flour and Mock, if available. Flac the rolls In the gravy and cook How's ThU? W offer One Hnndred Ixilisrs Reward for sdj cane of Catarrh that cad not be cured by Hall' Catarrtt MNiicln. Hall'a Catarrh M4lie.ae has tveo taho by catarrb aurrerera for tne past tbirty ftve yAr. sod haa brome known an tbe moat reliable remedy for Catarrh, tlail't Catarrb MHrne ata thru tbe Blood on the Mucous aurfarea, expelling tbe I'oIaod from the Blood aod healloa tbe diaeaaetf portlona. AXXpt yon nave takes Mau i f atarro Medh-ine for a abort time oo wilt ee a ?reat Improvemeot tn your st-nral health. Htart taklnc Hall'a Catarrh Mdl'toe at oiMe and get rid of catarrh, Head for tea timonlala. fre. V. J. CIIKNET CO., Toledo. Ohio. Bold by all Drufffttata, 75e. - NOTTCK OV sSCffOOIi MEKTINJU. NOTICE IS HBRKBY OIVKX to the legal voters, of School District No. 1 of I'matilla County, State of Ore gon, that a SCHOOL. MEETING of said district will be held at the City Halt on the 18th day of June, 1917, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon to vote on the proposition of levying a special district tax. Polls close at 1 o'clock p. m. The total amount of montj needed by the district during the fiscal year beginning on June IMh, ldl7, and ending on June 30, 1918, Is estimated ir. the following budget and includes the amounts to be received from the county school fund, state school fund, special district tax, and all other moneys of tho district: BLISS ET. KH'tnaated Kxpendlrnres. 1. Teachers' uhir.11 ioc-lodinx Principals and Smt.. ;Ki.O00.0 1. Fiirnltnre - ..' 3. Apftaratus sad snpplb-s. him n as map, runt,, er en, stoves, curtains, etc 4. Library boohs, lac hiding En- -Trlopedlas . 5. Flags 6. Repairs of school bouses, cal- aoming High School Wall 1,000 00 7 on 00 &0.W and Sidewalk. - 1.437.00 7. Improving . grounds, tirade Bt'boola and High school.... 8. Playground equipment, extra labor about w-iMKV.-. 9. Interest oa warrants and in surance 10. Telephones, express and 2.000.00 60 .00 1.248.00 dray age 3.0.00 .000.00 11. Jaatuc's wages VJt. Janitors supplies 13 Fast 14. Light and power 1 .000 OO a.aoo.oo , 1.2OO.0 1.1. Water Hi. Clerk's salary $4O0 : ceasus -0; printing :0 17. Postage aixl stationery . $7.92 ; truant efficer 30 400.00 950.00 372. W 19. For tbe pay stent or soooeo debt aad In terest t bei eon, issued under Section 117, 144 to 148. aad 422 of tbe Kcbool Lawa ef Oregon. 1917 i I3.200.u0 19. Manual arts. Grade aad I itch school JO. atotefitlc science snd art. t.rade aad High school aad music 21. Science aod cosamerce de- partmenta 22. lacideotals Including supplies, paper, etc. 23. Hich school and israde manu 1,1 4O.00 820.00 325.00 1,000.00 al training revolving fund, contingent fund, etc 3.000.00 24. Total estimated amount of money to be expended for all purposes during tbe year - - S74.002.92 FKTIMATKD RI-X'EPTS. From county acbool fund during tne coming st-noo rear )i;.vw.w From state school fund during the com i dc school vesr 3.000.00 Canh nuw In tbe baada of tbe d Isirtet elerh 4.OP0.0O Cash now In tbe bands of tbe county treasurer, belonging to t be dist rk't - .- 3.OO0.00 Total estimated receipts, not In cluding tbe mosey to be rev cetved front the tax which it la proposed to vote 422.000.00 KW'APITPUTION Total estimated expenses for the year $74,092.93 Toif ewttmated receipt not In cluding tbe tax to be voted 22.0UO 0 Balance, amonnt te be raided by dial rict l hi $r2.092.u2 iMted this 2 1 it day of Mai. I'17. J. T. BROWN, tl. W. rilKLIS. Ffc U SMITH. C. F. STRAIN. Ki.i.A i.ttWEr.i.. Woerd of IHrerr" Ks-hoot f'-r No. 16. Sttent: LOT LIVKKMORK, Clerk. rCKERAI. DrRECTORS. J. T. BROWN'S njBXrniRE STORI Funeral director aad licensed aaa balm sr. Most mod era faBrl par lor. morru. and funeral ears. CaU. responded to dar or nltrht. Come Mala aad Water streets. Tslepaoa- JOHN & BAKER. FTJNERAL Dl rector aad Uceneed embmlmer. Os postte post of floe. Funeral parlot two foneral care. Calls responded a day or nicbt. Fnooe 71. MlSOKJUinSOCS. ATTENTION. BITTER e PER pound. We will pay 1100 reward If our Home Butter Merger falls te merge one pint of milk and one pound of butter rnto two pounds ta two minutes. Sweeter than creamery butter. Price 16.0 Family Buttat Menter Company. 410 Bast Oak St. Walla Walla. WasbinKton. BAZELL WINDOW WASHER Carpet and Wallpaper cleaner and rardener. Any kind of work done by the day or ob. Satisfaction fruaraa teed. Thone 140. -11 E. Court. PETAIA'MA HATtHKHT. lished l0l. Can snip rTA B i day old I chicks to points reached in three dara Five rarietlea we chalk-nse the hen. Free circular. L. w. Clark Pet alums. Calif. IKSlTtCE A.ND LAND Rt'tilNl BENTLET MONTGOMERY. RKaJ estate, fire, life and accident Ineer ! nc areata tit Mais street. Paw t iaoi.lOTILS. RTOHARD O. PARK.. JR. Ur Jtor of Patenta 1419 F St. N. W.. Washington, D. C- slowly until tenW In a covered bh. ing dish, a steamer, or a ftrt cooker. MTI'R 'F 8THKKT I MPKOV tf M KPT NllTK K Irt II KR Kit V filVKV that at a rejrnlnr m-ttnv f te CftmBnn 'vonU e The ritv .f Pendleton, beid n May HtK MM 7. the following rexfilutions wera SAt sib'pted : , Whereas, the t'lfy tturveynr sf TtS 1f of I'endfe'.rtn did on the 2:trd dsv of sssr, lfM7. nnrtVr direction and hv rett resteer S of the rnnmiOD 'oi:e il fHe In the nfrtra the Reeorder "f The l lty of rendetso plana snd Hfpe ilcntlorts for as asprwarre are improvement of fh fntlfwtg ssswmO street in said city. via. Irlitn iaaia from tb North floe cf Rsiey .Street to S Honth line of Wathluxton Street, together with the ewtfrnuten if the work to ba Ore as and the prooaM rwt theretff wwh a state ment of the loin. prra of kita and SsaareW of land to ts heo-nied by snrh Insrste m?nt snd the perron rune of the toal et of Improfemenr, whirh each of sues lata, P rr of lota and pan-ela of land newts? pay on sooiu of the heneflfn to be one rlvrA from i-b Improvement, and Whereas, f U conn' II has eiaatinetf seek plans and spec-lfk-atls ns and em imafea aad fnnd the fame sar.Kfsftory and the estV mates tlterefor to 1h In accordance wits) the prnbahle -c9t of snrh worh, aad Whereas, the property reromroended Tpy the Cij- Surveyor r. lie Included wlthra tt& hoiindrtrfH of the district benefited ta, IS) the jiKtment of the Common Cewael proper It to be fnr I urtd within snrst las proTement dUtrt' t. and so property te ex cluded therefrom, wliirb should property b inchitted tberetn, and A hras. rhe imprerement of the aeratw above rtwrilwd poriloTi of I'erftins Ave nue wiib iravei r-.ttuitroic pavement M at this tlfue aeciiary, therefore be tt. R-oIred. by th Common Conneti of The I'ity of f'eiiiileton rhat it Is espedtwt iniorove sort it in r,ererr protMietj rm ns- prove Perkins Avenue from tbe North line of KBl'-j t reet to Tne oti t n ( me ox Vahmk-too Street br pAvlnii the same wit a -ravel Hitiiitihtc pevement. with rhe e- ceptlsis of the inrerrtlon of Raid FerktM Avenue witn jsciJtee srreer wnu-n is aet to be paTe ; auck wiTemewt to he 4" fe t from curb t rurh eud to he e(mtrocta aad tite -nor face thereof to be finished oa the established srude of said atrest aaS the afreet to hare curbs and cm fees aas- ali other things in arcordaare with ad sat - ahown ia the plans and speclflcattona tr the improvement if said portion of Pers ies Avenue, prepared by !eary KlmbreU. lty HnrTcyor. filed with tbe fteetsrder f said city, on tbe 2."rd day of May. 1917. wiiirn plans aau te-irirattoBM are sereey parrk'olarly referred to, and In awordasww with the charter and ordinances of Tlst City of Fendletoa : and be It Further Rewired, ihat the engineer estimates of tne protable total cost of snes improTemenr, which ald engineer's eatK mates were made aad prepared by Gmuj Kimbrell. i'ity Hurvryur of said city, la 0w snm of $.'.442.20 mud were filed with tl- Reeordr r.f uid city, on tbe 2.1r day iUr. l!U7. are hereby Included and hcreOr ' referred to partlctilsrly, aad be ir Further Resolved, that the plana aaa) speelficatkons and estimates for Kites ksn provemeot as prepared by the Ctry fns veyor, and filed with tbe Recorder of Tfee t'lty of Fendleion m the 2Hrd day of May. 1;..7. be and they are hereby adopted aae approved, snd be It Further Resolved, that tbe cost of ssa inx siH-b improvemeut nhall be a charge aad iefl upon alt lots, parts of lots and sate cela of land to be benefited by sfiea ksft proTemetits and tbe owners of sees Hka, parts of Krs and parcels of land, so saee ally benefited by auoa Impmvementa aaa be liable for tbe payment of tbe can tat thereof, snd be It Further Resolved, that an assesesassdr dtstrict Is hereby created to be known sa "AsseMimetit Ittric .3," emoraclag tae property benefited and to be ssaeseed fr the payment of such Improvement, vkk-a SMseivment district nhatl include alt MsUu pari a of tots and parcels of laad lying aad) uetnr within tite dliu'lct bounded aad ds scribed as follow a, to-wtt : 1KS'H!IT10N OF AHfFfSMF,NT HICT NO. 53. SOMF,TIMF8 CAI.I.a IMPROVKMENT IHKTBHT NO. 1V3-I Commencing at the N. K. comer f Log 12. Hlock 9, Llvensore'a Addllloa te tr-w Towt, now Mty of Pendleton, OregoSK thence fl. I deg. 55 mln. K. threnaiBi tbe center of Rlof-k A of aald LlTermore's A ditlon and tflork 5 of Raley s Addttkm 07a feet to the 8. E. corner of Lot 7 of as to HNx-k 5. thence 8. SS dec- 0 mln. W. Xe fet to tbe . W. corner of Lot e PtrS 10 of said Rale's Addition, thence N. 1- dee. .Vi mtn. w. 7n feet to the N. W. eor ner of Lot 1 of Blocs 4 of said Uwaorv Addition, tbeuee N. der. 5 mia. S. 2M feet to place of begtnninic. And be it Further Resolved, that a eera of this resolution tog.-rher with the aetica Tint tne surreyors eatimare or I DO pre- portioa of tbe rest of said werfe t be chsrered sxainst esrh lot. part of lot aavoV parrel of land la oa file In the efffe S the Cltv Recorder be puhttahed for a aertoa 0 ten days tn the Kaxt Oregoslsa, shks newKpstier b berebr dealrnated bv tae ,onncil for the ptibltcstlne thereof. Anil Bolie la herebv tJvea that tSS SWT vevor d estimate of the prooortioa of tbe ct of said wrfc to be rhanred asalnst eacal lot. part of lot and parcel of land wltha the avsesonnent diwrf.-t In aald renolntlo mentioned i on file la the office of the City Recorder 1 '( e at IVnitletoB. Oregoa. this S4ta dar of May. 1917. TIIOS FITZ f FRAf.IX Recorder of The t'lty of ladletav MONTANA FARM LAND. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAIL-WAT Land la eastern Montana at SS.se to (It per aero Suitable tor fsiss Inc or srasina. Easy Ursa For re formatio write or see W. K. Holt, Miles city, Montana. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL RAW or Improved, all sections of state. Free excursions. For part leu tare write or Inquire 1 West Court 8V. Pendleton. ARCHITECT. RAYMOND W. HATCH. AROH1- tect. Deenala Rulldlnc. 741. Pendleton. Oreaoa. eXtM HIMI llf'AI.KHS V. bTHOBLK. DKAUKH IN NEW and second hand aooda Caaa paid for all 2nd-hand sooda Chsaa. et place to boy household food tl B. Court. Phone 171 W. MM I" ni) MM K AN INTKIJjr.KVT TKIOoN MAY earn tilts morilhlv correrondiesT for newpajwr.. tl lo $jS monthly te "(are time- mlvri.nr. limn i usual ' I n ranvaifn; s'lbjes surrested. Hen.l f.-r artlf iilitrs. Nattmal Prews Bureaa. Rm m ;S. Pufralo. "r. x 4 tr-rio r rH Cl'L. W S". IUH.VKA. AlllTIOS eer. makes a spcislty of ssnck and machinery selea. anaa that sets yoe the money oraWe at East rwniiu omee IIU-P WT.n f-wll. INTBUJ.;i.NT rrHsosi MAY earn flffS ninih!v crrwetofid . tag T.r wKiwu-T-; 1 1 to 9 mrtnthrr l st-sre time, rxpt l-rt unnreairv ; Fi rtni-;ni ; "jb)rfa uscwtit fnd fr rtrulam. .Vstinal tr--i liureati. Httm iZM. fiuffa'o. V r