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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917. PAGE SEVEN giiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii iiimimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BUSY SCENE IN ROOM WHERE DRAFT WAS MADE I Second -Hah "There's a Message for You ' WHAT HUBS G. H. C. TRUCKS SUPERIOR? :4 1 K I Car Sale I At City Auto Co. j 726 Cottonwood St. 1 One Saxon Six Touring Car, fully equipped with chains 5 and extra tire, and guaranteed like new. f 5 One Ford Touring Car, equipped with demountable I wheels and oversize tires, which are all new, also has E shock absorber. One Oakland Bug. Just the thing for fishing and I EE camping trips. One Overland Touring Car. Equipped with seat cover and extra tire and chains. Come early and get your choice of the cars, the cars must be sold this week in order to make room for new cars. Every car a bargain. City Auto Co. Inc. W. C. NAY, Manager. 722 Cottonwood St. Telephone 46 flllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII if ' ""'M. vim ! - - Tl I 1 1 & ' I " J ? 1 V 3 fi li'awii SrcJ-fiarj- of War Itukpr Ih Here Shown. Illiiilfilled and Rrady to Draw Xumhrrs fn he Great Draft. UN OF HOGS ONLY SLIGHT Ktte of Ohla, Clry of Toledo, !na Coootj, m. Frank J. C'bDr iDakM oatb tbat he to vnior partner of the firm of V. J. i'beney o , dtiioji tHMinetm in tne city or toimio, t'niiuiv nod Ktate afortwald. aud ttmt aald flrui will pay th- Hum of ONK IIIM'KKU tn.iAiia ror icn ana vry can 01 atarrb Iiat -anoot be curwl by the uaa o CATAKHH MKIMOINK. Kit AN K J. 4'HKNKT. Sworn to before aif aad Riibrirrflred ID ijr prftrtirf, tbU ttth day of December A. !. 1M6. A. W ;i.KAHON, iHMil) Notary Public llalli Catarrh Mrdldne Is Ukro lotrrn- My and acta thronirh th HIikkI on tb Mtiroua Horfac of Ibc Hymen, tivtid for tratlinunlala, free. K. J. CI1KNKY It TO.. Toledo, O. Hold by all drmnzlKtii, 7.V. Hall Kanlly 1'illa for ronatlpatlon. OTCB OK HTKKKT JMl'ltoVl.MK.Xt. NoTI'K IH UKKKHV Oii K.N, Tbat at ft f-guliir niMtliic uf the t ounooq I'ouncil ol 'luf t 'It y ot lViHitoti, hflil uu July 16, I'M T, t lie follow lug rt-HuluUcu were duly ifoted V b'r''iiH. The t'ttj Surveyor of The City of IVmllet'tu Hid oh the i.vlt day of July. T. uit'ler clirtx-iloii and by requlreunmt oi i be rnmni'Mi 1'oudi II Die tu the orrUe ui Ih.- It.iurvJ.'r ol The t ity f I'emlletou .mif. and et.iru utlonn tor uu airojji I at iui(tr.iv Jii. pt ol the fnllou lux uaiuel ifevt In itaid rlty, vl : Anh lteet Iron tlie Smith llii'- of i ourt St re-1 l-i the North (die ir Alta Stn-it. itttther with eatltuaten ol the wurk to bo dune and ilie (irobubie i-m thereuf with h Mtiiti'iii.ut ot the lou. arttt uf lot and iwi'tvla f t.ind to ire Ix-Ut-llnil by tuib improvement and the percent age of the total Cowl of tHrOVe mem. which ea h of atich lutx. pai ta of ImIm and parcel of land uliotild pny on a imit of the briDfrila to be JtIvihI from .( h iiuprovement, and, Whereaa. The Conunou t'oiiucll has ex aaiiurd urb plan and M-'iflcatioiiri am. twtlinatea aod found the name aut la factory and the etlmaiea therefor to be In i-ordanc with the probable coat of aucu B.tf-lr unit WhereaH. The property recommended by the 4'hy Hurifeor to be Included within the nountlarlen of the district benefited U, In the Judgment of the Common touncil, pt overly to be Included within aucb Im proTement dWtrlct. and no property ! ex cluded then-from, w hh U abould properly be Included therein, and. Whereas, The Improvement of the here in above described iorU.iia of Ash Ktwt with Gravel lliiullthlc pavement la at thin 1'ine wiJUy, theieforc, be It, Itenolvcd. Hy the Common Council of The Cite of Pendleton tlutt It I" exdlent and necmary ro linjrovr nnd It I" hereby pro poHj to Improve Ah Mtr.-ef frooi the Soutn Tin f'.mrt Rtieet to the North line of AUa Street, by pavinir the name w-ltn l.rMvel UlMilflhlc naveroeut : Hitch pave ment to be -IH feet wide between glitter. nih pavement to te enuatructed antt trie an r far thereof to be fliilnhed uon the ea-tHhll-hel (trade of mich atre.'t nd th treet to hnve curia and mitt era and an r,i hr ill inirn in accorimncv u Phown In the pinna an ftpeclfl.-ntloni th Imnrnveuient of aald porthrti of Street, prepared hy tleary Klmhrell Hiirvevor. iiieo wnn iw OIIAFT AlilKNs MAY GO UOMK. Hill Drawn by lit airman Webb of liouae judiciary', WA81UXGTON, July 26. A bill to return alien of draft age to their home countries Is beta drawn by Chairman Webb of the huiae Judi ciary committer, who said today he had talked to administration official an hoped to have administration sup. port for the proposal. NOTICK OK fetlCKKT IAll'KON KMKNT. MlTlfK IS Ul.ltj;iil UIVKN, Tliat at a regular muetlut; of the Common ouncll 01 Tne City of i'eudleton, held on July J a, lt'17, (he folluwluc reaolutluna were dulv adopted : tiervaa. The City Surveyor of The City of IVndleton did ou the lbtb day of July, MM i , uii'U r direction and by rcgulreutent of the Com mou Council tile In ilie oiilc-e of the Itecimier of The City of IViidiitun piuiirt and apvcificatioiia for tin unpi ..pi lute iuirV4 incut of the lollowinu iihiulhI ttti'eet In aaid city, vie : Cimbfe Si ret-1 fmin the Nolllll lln. lt (Wilt J I, ll. K,.,i. Ilr,. Aiia toile t, toKeiiiei with Lite etiuiaies cones or IVian. With uun L.V rItTI-AXI, July 27. There were enly a few hoKS avalluble for the trade at North Portland during the day, and this kept the trend of the market fairly steady, with pricer showing practically no change from the previous day, or in fact since Monday. General hog1 range: Trime liht $15. 4015.60 I'rime heavy l5.2.Va PiK . . 13.2S'd 13.75 t attle Situation tjulet. Cattle market is Ht ill much on the ftt-KKed edKe. I remand is on an en Uemely limited basis. It would be im possible at this time to secure any thing above IN. SO for best steers now available for the North Portlano r.tarket: in fuel, it would take some thing of exceptional o,uu)ity to brinn this price in' carload lots at the mo ment. General cattle market ranfie: Iest beef steers $ K.25& Good beef steers . . . . Iiest beef cows ...... Ord i ua ry good cows Hest heifers P.UllH . Calves 8.50 K.00 6.75 600 7.50 6.50 9.75 LONG AGO TRAGEDY IS REVEALED BY FINDING OF GRIM SKELETON for City recorder of sal a -! m the IKtn dill ol Jlliy, ihii, plana and pe- Heat Ions are hereby par ticularly referred to and In accordance with the charter and ordinances of The CHv of Iendeton. and Its It further lieaolved. That the etiRineer'a estimate of the probable total cwt of uich Improve ment, which Hfllrl enalneer a eRtlmntew were made and prepnred by eary Klmbrell, t it Hiireyor nf KQld city. In the sum of 12179 20 nd were filed with the Record er of said city on the IHth duy of July. 1M1? are herehv IncludM and hereby rr erred "e particularly, -ntl bs It t Hennlvefl. That the plan and Hpeclflea ttnna and wllni.tea for -urh lmlin a prepared by the City Surveyor, and I led with the Itecorder of The Chy of Pendle ton on the IHth day f J'y. 11M7, be and i bey are hereby adopted and approved, and HvUvSThat the coat of maklnic nrb Improvement ahull be a chants n. on all letB. parta of lota and pareela or land tn b.- benefited hy am-ta Improvementa and the owner, of anch lota porta of lota and parcel of land. ."fo? bv such Improvementa ahull be llnbl for the payment of the rosla theref, and be 'f lVrolved. Thnt an iweaament district l herebv rreated to he known aa 'Aaaeasment IHstrlct No fOib.ncliiK the property beneflfed nnd to he aasesed for the pny- ment of such Improvement, winen nssea MmtrU't hall Include all lota, parts of lota and pareela of land lyina: nnd within the dlHtrh't Iwrnndwl an tie I tiff dcecribed fntlitwa to wit : IirSCKllTION OK Tit li r ' ftft. (Kornef tmea cnuen ioci Improvement IHalrlet No. "" CommencliiK nl the Honlhweat wn ... I.of 7 tl(Mk JH, Keaerrntlon Addition tfr the town, now City of 1cn.'lelon. Oregon, thence N iM deK . m'" w- ft- the .South line of Court Street : thence V . ie 1M mln V.. Jttb ft. : thence S. an dec 3d mln K. ."n ft. to the North line oi Alta Street: thence Month tl(I de, '24 mln. V lMl ft to the plnce of he-'InnlnB. And lie It further Iteaolved. that a ropy of thii refolntl.n loffdher with the notice that the him vevor'a ewllmnte of the por tion of the c-mi of nld work to he rhnrjren atralnat each tot. tnrl of (of nnd parcel of lamt la on file In the office of the City Ite corer he p"hHhMl for a perlml of ten daya In the K"t tire-nlnn. which newanniei In ti.Tchv dcaUTiiiitcl hv the Common Conn-i-ll fcr the pnhlicstl thereif. A int iitl e la Further tllven. that the Hurvevor'" elnmre of the propor'lon ot the revr of aeid work to be charted nmlnat fin i. (o part of lot end parcel of Ian d (.!., fhe Aaeaamenf fttrlct. In aald rcmipif ittna menthined. I on fll In "he of-ri,- nf the Ueeorder ef The City of l'en-rtl.'t-" Iif.- nt Pendleton. Orej-on. this Iflth Cm or .tttlv. 1017 Huftrr tf The City of Pendleton of to cost tlu'ieit with a MHfeinent of the 1 purta .f l.ttH und p-ji-ctlt f land tu Im iH'iici iic h aucb luipi-ovciueitl and the per centile uf ttu- lotul cost i iuiprovFutt-nt. hh h cm Ii t n. U lob,. partH of loth ami tm reels if inud uliotild pny on accouni ol the foment u be derived from aucb tin pjovcmeiit. and Whfrea. The Common Council hag ex umlyii audi (tiittiH and spccifM-nilou and Ht illlK llw M ml r.rfltiil t lu u.i n.a aullul,...!... v und tlie eMtiiiuiteK therefor to be In ci on! I Auburn. ance witli the probable com of such work, aud Wherea. The nrouert v recommended hf the City Surveyor to he included within the Hunnrea of the district benefited Ik. tue luoicmeui of tne Common Conn property to be Included within such Un provetneut dlntrlct, and no property la ex eluded therefrom, which should properly be included therein, and Wherea. The improvement of the herein above d'weribed letrtlona of Coabre Snwt with O ravel Itltullthle pavement la at tblt time netCHMry, therefore be it, Hesolved. Hy the Common Council of Tbe City of I'endletou that It Is expedient and neceKHry to improve nnd it la her hv pro fHMed to luirove Cobble Street from the South line of Court Street to the Norlb line of Alta H treet. by paving the snaie with ; ravel Itltullthle pnveincnt; kiic) (lave ment to be 'K f't wide between KUtteVH. nch pavement to be constructed und the am face there)f to be finis npon the eKtnhlfshcd Kade of uttch stre-i nnd tbe atn-'f to hnve nulw and (cuttcn and M ther thlnir in accord uuee with nnd at shown hi the plnua and aeclf, at Ion for he Improvement of aald portion of Coidde Street, prepared hy (enry Ktmbrell. t liy Surveyor, filed with I be recorder of ajiid city, on the I Nth duy of July, 1017. which plana nnd see! f lent ion are herchv pa r ticnlarly referred to aud In accordance with the charrer - and oi-dinan e f The City of IVntlh-ton. and le It furthe, Itcaolved. Tnat the enxlneer'a eatlmafea of the probable total coat of anch improve ment, which anld engineer's eNtliuii iea i were made nnd prepared bv tiearv Kimbrli. , City Surveyor of as id citv. in the nm of i 11159.90 and mere filed with the Ilecott). er of wild city on tbe INtb day of July, i 11 7, are liercby lncludci and hereby re ferred to particularly, and be It further Utwotved. that ibe plans and secifica tlons and eatlniates for aucfa I m prove men t. hb prepared by the City Btfrveyor. anti filed with the Itecorder of The city of lYndlctnn on the 1Mb day of July. 1M7. be und they are hereliy adopted and ap proid. nnd le it further ((evolved. I hot the coat or roaklnc aucb Improvement ehall lie a chanre and Hen iou all lota, parts of Iota and parcels of land to be tienefited hy such improve menta Hnd the owners of anch lot, parts of ots and imrcels nf land, so RiNtiellv irene- flted by such Improvements ahall tie liable for the payment of the coats thereof, and It further Itesolved. That an assessment district Is hereby created to be known as "' Assessment I l strict No. Tu,"- emhracini: the Kroner t v benefited nnd to lie Rsr-esNed for t he pav- ment of such Improvement, which asses. n.ent district shall Include all lots, parts of lot" and parcels of Innd Ivliiir ami Wtun a Ithiu the ilistrlot -bounded and descrlben ne follows, to wit : li:KMUfTf(X OF ASSKSKMKN'T TllS TIlli'T NO. r7 (sometimes cnlwd l.oeal Improvement IHstrlct No. Ti7 1. Coinmenclnit at the Southwest comer of lot 7. It lock lit. Reservation Addition t the town, now City of Pendleton, tirion. Thence North de. d mln West .ir.o ft. to the oiith line of Court Sttwt : thinc North tMt deff. J4 mln. Kast HtMi ft to the Northeast corner of Lot 14. Mhs'k le, rnold anl Hnler's Addition to the town, now City of IVndleton. Oregon ; thence S ':t dee. :ti mln, K. :t:n ft. to the North line of Alts Street; thence H f. dec '24 mln. West IMiO ft. to the place of heirln ntnji. And be It Further Hesolved. Thnt a copr if this resolution toe-ether with the nfttlce thnt the surveyor's estlmnte of tNe pro tortlon of the cost of an id work to be harjred npninst ench lot. purt of lot sti1 parcel of land (a on file In the office of th Ctty Recortlei' he iMish"d for a period of ten dsvs In the F.nsi Oretronlnn. whir newsnflter Is herchv deslmate,! hv th Common iNjunril for the publication there of. nd Notice N Furthee f?ven Thnt tb Surveyor's estimate of the nroportfon of the ct tf s:iid work to be chsr"ed ntralnst ach lot. pa rt of tot snd lwtrcel of lanH icltbin tne Assessment Olst'-trt. In rift) nt toes ment lone-1. Is on fltc lp ths o' of the Iteenrder of The City of Pen i let on lnted at IV-vMeton. Oreron.- tMs 19T1 r of JiiIt. I11T TFIOS FIT7 OFRAI.rt, i Reeorder of The City of IVndleton. ing Near, Thought to be 50 Years Old. UA.KEK, Ore., July 2o. Traces of a t ruffed y that haiened years au" have been uuctiveied by Hobert Hunt, er ad Walter Katun on the i,. ,s. tai kiiut biunetiteud three mi lea beltw The youiiK men hruht to leaker today the reiiiiiantH il a man who had evidently been hunting In the hills near Auburn, and who ap- lu j parent I y met death . through having been cauKht in a landslide. Hunter and Katun were hunting badgers, on the hillide und had wounded one, whteh climbed to tbe top of a hnff rock. Upon the ap proach of the huntera, they say. he dove under the rocks and the younft men besan dif?ftrlnK for him. , At one aide they found the barrel and partially dismteirrated stock ol an old rifle a U. 8. derringer, 1S44 model, said to have been one of the first rifles manufactured. L'pon digging under the la se nck they uncovered tbe leg iMJiiea. some itelvic bones and rll of a man. The tipper part of the body was lodged under the rock which was too large to be removed. Th bones were without any trace ot flesh or clothing, time havlim erased all meuns of Identifying the rematnK of the skeleton. The young men brought the bone.- a.nd the gun to Buker today and are looking Tor a place to dispose of them. It is believed that the body and rifle must have been lying under the rocks for 60 years or more. The rifle Is a flintjoek. 7.60 tff 6.50 9' 5.50 rp G.75f 5.0ft r 7.00 (i Shovp Market Fanler. 'Wh!le prices show little change at Xorth Portland for the day, an easier situation is plainly visible in the mut t( n and lumb division of the local mnrket. Killers are getting their full requirements, which are not ex tensive. There is litle tendency to stork Up at prevailing figures. (eneral mutton and iamb prices: Valley lambs $ 1 1.00 4 1 1.25 Eastern Oregon lambs. J 1.25-5 1 1.50 Yearling wethers 8, 00 8.50 fid wethers Beat liKht ewes 6.00 i Havy ewes 3.00 fn 8.00 6.50 5.00 After reading Imperial Chancellor! Michaelis's speech to the Reichstag. I ir is a fair question to ask why Beth mann-Hollweg was dropped. STOPS HEADACHE, Don't suffer! Get a dime pack of Dr. James Headache Powders. You can clear your head and relieve ft dull, splitting or violent throbbing headache in.t moment with a Dr. James Headache Powder. This old time headache relief acts almost magi cally. Send some one to the drug store now for a dime package and a few mo ments after you take a powder you will wonder what became of the head ache, neuralgia and pain. " Stop suffer ing it's needless. Be sure you get what you ak for. TAKE SALTS IF YOUR BACK HURTS SAYS DRUGS EXCITE THE KIDNEYS Construction Plus Motor Power Added To Ease of Operation Give Service. The construction of G. M. C. trucks is nipr ged and sturdy; the motor is anchored alt the way round; the frame is heat treated. It's a little bigg-er and stronger than 1h same capacity trucks of other makes. G. M. C. trucks have a motor designed for pulling heavy loads; a motor with a gover nor to guard against careless driving; a motor that does not heat; a motor to stidvi the "gaff." G. M. C.'s are easy to drive, small number of parts, no complicated adjustments. A truck so simple that any driver can take care of it. Real service means the lowest cost per ton mile over a period of years; means a truck at work all the time. , That is the G. M. C. message to you as an individual. - Serviceof a sort that makes you want more of it. -LET YOUR TRUCK BE A G. M. C" , STORIE & CO. Phone 40S Cor, Johnson and Water St. yOTM'E OI 8TREBT IM I'ltOVKHKNT. $17H.7t and were Hied with tfae Beeor -WoTIl E 18 HKKKBY OlVtCN, that at j rr of nid vtxy m the IHib day ft Jul, rv-iiuutr meeODg of the Common CouD:il of j JI7, are hereby ln-lndel and berfcy rut The City of 1'endletoB. held on July IH, t fcrred to particularly, and be it further lt'17, the following resolutions were duly H-r.Td. That the plan and spednra adofited : 'tlon ar(d eHtimate for uwb lni r-'Trnrn-TH, Whereaa. the City Surveyor of The City ' a prtparrj by the City Kurv-yir. an VMm ot 1-eudl. lon did on tbe 1Mb day of July, i with the K.cordr of Tbe lfy of lIMM 111 7. under dire.-Uoo and by rt-yiiirvuwiu ; tn on the lth day of Jaiy, be aV of the Common Council file in the office re hereby adopted and approied tt. of tbe Recorder of Tbe ITity of iVndleTun ; b it furtLer plans and specUKationa for an appropriate KMolrd. That the emit of maklnirr aarak improvement of tbe following uameu ; improvement shall be a '-bartr and lien aar ir-t in ald rlty, vU ; College S treet ton all Iota parti of lots and parrels of from the North line of Court Street to the i land ro be benefited by awh imnrareaw-Ma S uth line of Water tttreet, together witb.and tbe omnent of ivb Jots, parts off S. I.TS II A KM I ,KSS TVJ 11.1'SfI KIIKVS AX1 XKlTltAIJZK I KIC AC1I. TUl'S EXDIX HI-AII1TH TltOCHIJK. When your kidneys hurt ami your back feels ore, don't get scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean .like you keep your bowels clean, by flushing them with a mild. harmless salt which removes the body's urinous waste and stimulates them to their normal activity. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain from it BOO RTairis of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the vital importance of keeping the kidneys active. Irink lots of water you cant 'drink too much; also get from any pharmacist about tour ounces of Jad i-'altp; take a tahlespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast each morn ing for a fw days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clea n and stim ulate clogged kid. neys; also to neutralize the acids in urine no it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder weaK nes. Jad gaits is Inexpensive; cannot in jure; makes a delightful effervescent lithJawater drink whfrch everyone should take now and then to keep their kidneys clean and active. . Try this, also keep up the water drink ing, and no doubt you will wonder what became of your kidney trouble and backache. the eMtimates of tbe .work to be done anu tbe probable east thereof with a atate bent of tbe lots, parts ot lots and parreia of land to be benefited by such improv ment and the percentage of tbe total cost of improvement, which each of such lots, parts ot lots and panel of land should pay on account of the benefits to be de rived from sorb Improvement, and W hereas. The Common Council has ex amined fM-h plans and specif Icatlom and estimates and found tbe same satisfactory and the estimate; therefor to be in accord ance with the probable cost of ta-tt work, aud Whrretis. The property recommcD-It-d by the City Surveyor to be inciuiifd within th boundaries of the dintrict bfiWi(ed ii-. in the judgiom of the Com tuou i mint-i!. protMrlv to Im included within Mich iiu provfrut-nt district, and no property is ex- I ctuih-d therefrom.- which should pruperlj j be tDCludt-d tUfrin, and aud parcel-t of land, so Kclally bvkefHetf by snch improrem,'ntff jtttall be llaMe fea the payment ol tbe cot tbereof, ajad am it further Resolved. That an assesin-nt rfffttrfrt a nrby cleared to be known aa "AKwnnim, IbifriVt No. .Vi," embracing th propervji. benefited and to be ans-esfw-d for the pap nwot of Much Improvement, wbtch wwa m-nt distrVt tthnll Inchwle all Utn, -wtrtav of tt and fwi reels of .and I vine nd beiaar within he district hounded aud de-arriawak as follows, to wit : DESCRTITION OF ASSKSSMKXT D?Pt TKIi T N t. ;Vf nier i nun .-a N ed lecml , Inpr'tvemi)t li!rict No. . 'omn-ncinr nr t he Sn;itht tnrwtr f I.ft i I Dock it. Original iVn f 1 t..n : thence X. '!nr. 35 min. W Six, ft to '! Xnrthwwt curner of I. or I nt Mrt HUfk 9. thence X. t da. - rain. M. l-Wft eoBjr- iof this resolution t'tcpf lir with the notic . jlliat the surveyor's estiraare of he arar-,. said work n - i harved against eaih lot. part of f-t iih ;T..i mt..mmc is .1 tS. d'K "."''V ''; time nuirT tberefnre tx- il S-mtlirfW i-orn- ;f I..ir . of .Plrt RlorH )., Tiie -lry of HcnIton that It 1 ei!lifnl plac ' oslnnmg. the Nvrih line of Court Street to tbe Sontb . line 01 nmer e.ireei oj pavuiK "le same , M,r.t.n ttf the eft ier. Su, h lavement to be r.,n,tra-teI .nu . Jh, ,.T Rtrmlrr h. nob5h, ,r , M the surfa.-e lliereof to be finished up.m the i . " b - , lh r , orronlan .bl .Wtebed Bn.de of ..n-h K.ree, lIJVX ij street to have rorbs and gutters and alt ,,,! ' rti i h. -..1.11 . 3 other things tn aecordaac; with aud w L(nDBO Council for the pt-blfratlon tW shown In the plans and specifications for j . the improvement of said portion of College! And Xotlc b Further (JIven. That ta Stret. prepared try i,ary Kimbrell. (Itt eur.uri-. Miim.t. th. r.M.riA . eity, od the lth day of July. 1!17. which plaus and specifications are hereby par ticularlr referred to and In accordance with the charter and ordinance of Tbe City of IVndleinn. and be It further Resolved, That the engineer's estimate of the pn-bnble total cost of such tmprov ment, whkh said engineer's estimates were made and preoared bv liearr Kimbrell. City Surveyor of ald city, in the sum of tbe coat of said work to be charted 1 each lor. part of lot and parcel at ftaaaf within the Awensment !Lstrict. in nM, reHolutiona mentioned. Is 00 file In rbe fic of tbe Recorder of The City Pa dleton. Dated at Pendleton, Ore-ceew thai ltaa, day of July. 1817. TH'W. FITS? fJKRAlTlv Recorder of Tbe City of Prn ithrttfL. BE PRETTY! TURN GRAY HAIR DARK IHHSON PI.AXT Kll.IJi IfVK STOt'h Modoc tlounty, tlallforni. ltna-w r1cd Willi Salt. SACTVA M KN TO, July 26. Still" Veterinarian Charles A. Kcane au noumed today, that the deaths of a large number of cattle and hojis in' the Tule lJlke section of Modoc coun ty uaa apparently due to it pois.tn plot. The opinion of Dr. Keane Is bnsel on a report from nr E. M. Keof. a deputy In his department, who has Just completed a special Investigation in the north. Dr. Keane says there Is every Indication the aniniala were killed by poisoned salt set out on the ranges. TISV Cilt..VIMOTHKRS Ol.I FA VOKITK lX"III3 OP SAUK TKA AM) Si:iJlICR. ft IS a-Hi.'ACK Pick. roc D "c e c h l , Aita H-ur ami Saturday. 1 NT Almost everyone knows that Sse Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed. brings buck the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or pray. Years ajro the only way to get this mixture was to make It at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays, by askinx at any druar store for 'Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will Ret a large bottle of this famous old re cipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, for about &0 cents. Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can possibly tell that you darkened youh hair, as it does It so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears and after an other application or two your hair becomes dark, glossy and attractive. Wyet h "s s.t ire and Su 1 ph ur Com- pound is a' delightful tailct requisite for those who desire dark hair and a youthful appearance. It Is not in tended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease. TRY THEM !io next time you suffer with .-duche, indigestion, bilious or loss of appetite, try PSIAS ! of A-rrv Mdtcla fa Wm!l I '--dMr laboaea. ltk.ac CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY t. ATTORNEYS. D. W. BAXLI5Y, ATTORNEY AT Law. Rooms 7. 8. . Dpaiii Bids. GEORGE at law. W. COUTT3. ATTORNET Room it, Schmidt block. CARTER SMTTHB, ATTORNEYS at law. Office In rear of American NaUonal Bank building. HELP WANTED MAI.K. AN INT ELLJ GENT PERSON MAI earn $100 monthly corresponding for newspapers: $40 to $50 monthly It spare time; experience unnecessary no canvassing; subjects suggested Send for particulars. National Preet Bureau, Room 4 MS, Buffalo. N. Y- HELP WASTED FEMALEL AN INTELLIGENT PERSON MAT earn $100 monthly correspondhas for newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly fc spare time; experience unnecessary no canvassing; subjects suggxansA. Send for particulars. National Praaa Bureau. Room 4286. Buffalo, N. T. PTSFBU DrRKOTORS. FEE FEE. ATTORENYS AT LAW. Office In Despain building. JOHN W. HUFF. ATTORNEY-AT- Law. Room ft, American Nation al Bank building R.. I. Law Building K IE A TOR, ATTORNEY AT Room $4. Smith-Crawford 3. A. NHTVTBERRT. ATTORNEY AT Law. Smith-Crawford Building. PETERSON ft BISHOP. ATTOR- neya at law; rooms $ and 4. Smith- Crawford building. JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEW AT law. Office over Taylor Hardware company. J. T. BROWN'S FURNITURE STORf Funeral director and licensed em balmer. Mort modem funeral par lor, morgue and funeral cars. Calif responded to day or nlKht. Come' Main and Water streets. Telephone $. JOHN ft BAKER. FUNERAL DI rector and licensed embalmsr. Op poalte postoffle. Fuaeral parlor two funeral cars. Calls responded t' day or nlKht. Ptone 7$. ISSfRAXCB AND LAND BCRlNESl RALEY RALEY. ATTORENYS AT law. Office In American National Bank Building. FREDERICK STETWER ATTOR ney at law. Office in Smith -Craw ford blllldlne R A. LOWELL. ATTORNET ANT counsellor at law. Office In Te pain bmlrflne ArCTIOXKFUS. X"U W. F. TOHNKA. AUCTION err. make a apdalty of farmer rck and machinery sale. Tnt -nan that gets you the money." Lea v. irders at East Ore Ionian office. BENTLEY A MONTGOMERY. REA1 estate, fire, life and accident tnau tnce agesta Hi Main street. Phor. 404. AncnrTETT. MlSCKIXANKOrS. LEGAL BLANKS OF KVE?T DV ecriptlon for county court, d reals court. Justice court, real estate. tor sale at East Oreconlaa offlee. SOLICITORS. RICHARD G. PARK, JR.. SOLICI1U or of Patents, 4i F. St.. N. W.. Washington, D. C. 7-11 FARM MNDSL RAYMOND W. HATCH. ARMIl tect. Deapala Bulldiag. Phcn 748. Pendleton. Oreenn. DOTTORat S. A. ROH M T. PRACTICE LIM tted to the eye, ear, nese and throat Room $1. Judd Rnlldlng THE GOVERNMENT NEEtW FAR- mers as well as flKhtera. Two mil lion three hundred thounand acres a t'regon & California Kailr..ad Co. Grunt Lands. Title revested la Unit ed HaiK. To be "'vn,l for home steads ,md sale. Containing seme ot the best land let in United States. Large Coi.yrlBhled May. shewing land by sections and d"i-rlptloa ot soil, climate, rainfall, elevations, ten perature. etc, by counties. ostpaJ4 One Dollar. Grant Iinds Iocailo Co, Box 410, Portland, Oregua. SFXXVI HAVll DFAIJ-JrtS. V. STROPLE. DEALER IN NI and second hand goods. Caa paid for all 2nd-hand geoda Cbeay Mist'm.L.ASi rora. LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERT eerlptloa for county court. est place to buy houaeaoM good. 1 I court. Justice court real estate. K. Court. Phone IT1W. i for sale at East Oregoslaa afO).