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Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found, For Rent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference.
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Huh nsw advertisement will
be run under "Kew Today" (or
the first Insertion only. During
subsequent Insertions of to as
It will appear under Its proper
" Curd of Tluiulufc.
i Wo wish to thank our many friends,
ulsa- the Order of Kuglus, for their
kindness extended to us during the
sickness and death of our beloved
husband and futher, Peter Dallas, and
also to ftate 'our appreciation of floral
offerings received.
' ' ' MRS, K. C- DALLAS.
' Cord of Tliunks.
We wish to express our sincere ap.
prcclatlun to the many kind friends
for their sympathy and kindness
shown urlng our bereavement and
loss of our beloved wife and dtiRhter;
ulsd for the many beautiful floral of
ferings received. '
, - F. M. EDWARDS.
1 . Mil AND MKS. A. H. HANNA,
wants steady work on Holt cuter
pillar. Huve had years' experience
Address a"4 A." this office.
in rot no.
The following1 described animal ha
I been taken up by the marshal ot the
City of Pendleton, to-wlt
I One olf black 'mare, weight about
1100 lbs., branded K on rlgljt shoul-
If said animal is not claimed by
the owners or those entitled to Us
possession, costs and expenses paid
and taken away within ten days from
the date hereof, then at 2 o clock p.
m. of the 6th day of September, 1918,
suld animal will be sold to the high
est bidder, at public auction for cash,
at the City Pound. In said City, of Pen
dleton, the proceeds of such sale to
be applied to the payment of such
costs and expenses of making sale.
Dated this 26th duy of Augutt, 118.
. City Marshal.
For Bent
FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court.
To Trade
14 HOI18H POW13II StoveT gasoline
engine Jo trade for car. Address'T.
L. Collins. Uox 683, City.
Farm Implements'
FOR SALE Saxon Fix. '1917 model.
Imiulre 3011 Jane street.
WANTED Experienced girl to attend
fountain and sell candy. The Pulm.
MKT Between Pendleton and Walla
Walla, brown leather manuMcript
rase, containing letters and files ad
dressed to L. L Palmer, Twin Falls.
Idaho. Finder please leave at Hotel
Pendleton. tlO reward.
THE! "NON-BKIP" Weeder gets all
ths weeda the first time over tn
field. Saves oas-tblrd the Urn and
does lot better work. . Order now.
Pendleton Weeder works, (li Cotten-
irood 8
Willow.. Phone 482R- .
In. 401 Aura.
FOR RENT 5 or 9 room house.
- era Park on Gear Bt. Phone.
. Phone 726W.
sleeping room.
FOR RENT To responsible person,
piano In good condition. Inquire
this office.
WHEAT RANCH for rent, a miles
from town. Address Box IMS. Pen
dleton, Ore.
East Oregonlan.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished modern
rooms, cheap. 117 Grange street.
WANTED Good, clean rasa, at The
East Oregonlan offloe.
WANTED Sewing, phone 48J-W.
WANTED Girl general housework,
a in family. . Wages 825. Write
Mis. T. G. Sinclair, Bonneville, Ore.
BOOKKEEPER has time for few
hours' work of evenings. ' Phone
351. N. J. Blydenstein.
WANTED Position as
First class reference,
Address thls4
HEMSTITCHING at the Singer shop.
Mall orders promptly attended to.
WANTED Chambermaid.
Quelle Cafe.
WANTED Girl to do housework,
family of. four children, call 27ZVV
or 643.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished apart
ments; modern. Apply 61S Post st,
In. 777 Thompson.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished; rooms.
Apply Mrs. Blanche Swannon. Hiv-eiside.
FOR RENT Six room house. West
Webb street, two blocks from school.
Inquire "M" this office.
OAKLAND, Aug. 2 7. C. W. Mlie
ley, manager of the American Thea
ter. M morning replied to the ciiy
council in answer to the six ministers
who yesterday protested against thn KjtrMOND W. HATCH. Archltoet. re-
WANTKD Woman to work by hour.
Mrs. Ben Trombley. 117 Lewis;
Fhone 296J. . 4 fit CIS
' For S1e
FOR SALE 7 head . f good work
horses and two wagons. Inquire at
Dutch Henry Feed Yard.
FOR SALE Good mountain wood.
Carload If desired. Leme It Co..
612 Walnut St. Phone litJ.
rRKD E. SCHMIDT. Attorney at Lew.
Room 84, Smith-Crawford Bide.
FOR SALE Residence property In
weBt end of town near Hawthorne
school. Call at 621 Maple.
FOR 8AL Complete farming out
fit; also -.Till lease purchaser my
farm for a term of years. Address P.
O. Box 40, Pendleton, Ore.
D. W. BAILBT, Attorney at Law.
Rooms 7, 8. 8. Despain Building. .
Law. Room IT, Schmidt Mook.
CARTER BMTTHB, Attorney at
Law. Office In rear ot American Na
tional Bank Muiming
FOR. SALE 4-cyllnder Bulck, B-2S;
has been run only 12,000 miles;
good tires. E. B. Aldrlch, East Ore
gonlan office.
FOR SALE Five-room, strictly mod
ern house; lot 50x150; will takt
payments. . Phone 561. .
WANTED To lease wheat or alfalfa
farm. Address C- S. Gllson, Cor-
vallin, Ore.
Wheat land In Franklin Co. Ad
dress "S. S." this office.
WANTED AT ONCE- Girl for gen
eral housework; good wages. Phone
WANTED Small boy with wheel. In
quire Model Cleaners.
WANTED Couple of sack packers.
Apply Eastern Hide and Junk Co.
.lltl, IS M IUCIKD
"Mrs. Floyd Glaze (below) and her
daughter Mrs. Lee Gurmon (ubovo).
To have your wedding ceremony
performed by your' mother tn ran ra
ther singular, for a mother's tears,
kisses and blessings are always sup
posed lo start tho dauchter down the
honeymoon trail, but Miiss Hope Mason
got off the beaten path and tho mar
riage ceremony changing her name to
Mrs. Lee Garrnon was performed by
her mother. Mrs. Floyd gIoV.o, a
I'hrWlnn church cvongellsl.
use of tho twnner and slogan reading
"To Hell With tho Kaiser." Mldglev
promised that tho banner over Four
teenth and Broadway woul.l be re
moved. I nt. as the Murine Corps and
private citizens had assisted in dis
tributing the other placards, it would
re impossible lo recall them.
PARIS. Aug. 27. Marshal Foch
has asked Kev. McFarland, secretary
of tho Federal Councils of Churches
of C'brlKt in America to convey to the
American people his deep apprecia
tion of their moral and spiritual sup
port. The allied generalissimo was
enthusiastic In his raise of American
generals, officers and men.
spaln building.
ton, Oregon.
Phone 768. Pendle-
LOST Tire and rim, also rack on
road between Juniper car.yon and
Pendleton. Reward. I'hone 770 or
address 525 Aura St.
move your household goods. Tele
Phone 88. Also baggage transfer
ring and heavy hauling.
W. A. MILES, bagga, transfer and
d ravage. Office phon 148. Res.
74 9R.
MAN AND WIFE with two children,
ages 12 and 16, want permanent
work on ranch near school. M. P.
Hufham, Gibbon, Ore.
WANTED To buy several head hogs,
100 to 150 lbs. Call or write Hor
bert Thompson, Pendleton, Ore.
FOR SALE, CHEAP 3 1-2 Webber
wagon. First class condition. Call
at A. P. Burgln's blacksmith Shop,
632 Cottonwood street.
roil SALE4 2 young heifers, coming
fresh. Inquire Chas. Adams, No
lln. Ore.
mil - TEE. Attorneys at Law. Offlee
in Despain tsuiiamg.
R I. KBATOK. Attorney at Law. Boom
. 84, Smlta -Crawford Building.
S. A. NBWBERRT, Attorney at Law.
Smith-Crawford Building.
Law. Rooms and 4, Smlta-Craa
ford Building.
JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Lw.
Otric over Taylor Hardware Com
RALBT RALBT, Attorneys' at Law.
Offiea In' Amerteaai National
8. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel
lor at law. orrioe la uespam mas
We will buy 10 tons alfalfa bay:
also 30 tons wheat. hr- I'&on 888.
Penland .Bros.. Transfer. .
Notice of Payment or City, of l'etidle
ton Improvcmont .Bonds.
Notice is hereby given that City of
Pendleton Improvement Bonds Nos.
20 and 21, Series T, will be paid upon
presentation thereof" io the under
signed at tho American " 'Rational
Bank, Pendleton, Umatilla ' ' County.
Oregon. Interest on said 'bonds
ceases September 1, 1818.
' Dated August 13, 1918.
Treasurer. City of Pendleton.
By Wm, Mlckelsen, Deputy.
FOR SALE Household
Apply 60 Clay st.
COL. W. .F. TOHNKA. Auctioneer,
makes a specialty of fanners' stoea
and machinery sties. The- man that
gets you the money." Leavs orders at
ttast Oregonlan Office.
FOR SALE Lease on 800 acres land
400 summer fallow, 400 stubble;
also complete farming outfit. Ad
diess Box 383, Peendieton.
I BUY ALL KINDS of junk at top
prices. Iron and sacks a npeclalty
Pacific Junk Co.. J. 8- Jones, prop.,
617 Cottonwood street.
FOR SALE Heating stove, child's
bed, high chair, rugs, morris shalr,
cot. sewing machine garden hose,
fruit Jars and other household ar
ticles. 614 'East Webb.
STATE FAIR. Salem, Oregon. Rep.
tembcr 23-28. Kplendld exhibits,
excellent music, high class entertain
ments and a superb racing card. For
Particulars write A. Hi Lea, Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE Good Reo car in goon
condition, 1915 model, tires almost
new. Inquire "B" this office.
FOR SALE Modern C-rom house.
furnished or unfurnished. I'hone
Second-Hand Dealers
HOPS 3-lb. package of hooi deliv
ered anywhere In the U. S- by par
cel post, prepaid, 31. Address F. M.
Morley, Sllverton, Ore.
V. STROBLE, dealer In new mnd see
ond band goods. Cash paid tor eeo
nd band goods. Cheapest place, tn but
louaehold goods. 318 B. Court. Phone
win an colvmis Ann
Counting sir ordinary words ta
the line and charged by
the Una.
Want ads and locale.
Rates Per Una,
First Insertion, per line 1
Each add. Insertion, per Una
One week (six Insertions).
each Insertion, per line ta
1 mo. each insertion, per line 4a
6 month contract, each ; In
. sertlon, per line 8e
18-month contract, each Inser
tion, per line 3e
No ads taken for less than 31s
Ads taken over the telephone
only from East Oregonlan sub
- serlbers and those listed In the
Telephone Directory. Copy must
be Id our office not later than
l:lt o'clock day of publication.
German People Naturally
rely on Word of Promi
nent Critics.
IJNDON. Aug. 26. Uncoln was
wrong. Apparently it is quite potwible
lo fool all tho tieople all the time in
Germany. According to trustworthy
accounts, the Germans are still eager
ly, or patiently swallowing the general '
slaff's untruths, half truths and In- puKTLAND Or., Aug. 27. Char-
gonlous explanations wne.ein .no '"' lhal ,,. ,vick Is being wast
in uoi nn-iniuiK. ....... . t..u.l,,ti,,t
ormous tolls exacted In killed and prls.
oners, during tho course of Foch's
progressive "failures" or "decisive de
feats." It Is only necessary to follow dally
the German communiques to become
...., iM..,l of tho sympathetic purposes
of Ludcndorff to keep the knowledge
of the real situation from the public
cm inn as iioss le. then ny aurouo
over emphasizing some minor locsl
successes to reestablish German
General sheep range:
Best lambs 814. Ooifi) 1 5.00
Mcium to good lambs.. 1 1.00 i 1 S.00
Yearlings 10.00ii.ll.75
Wthers .". s.oorm 10.50
Ewes ' 7-00 5j) 9-00
Heavy Losses Are
Charged by Trade
To Poor Handling
deluded. Itself, or is a party to the con
spiracy to hide or distort facts.
Hut we must not altogether blame
the German people when military cri
tics who are as distinguished In their
..urn , a,,,., ci u lti.ltlnl7t.in MllliriPP.
.. . '. .... . . 'us "Dad
jHaiicicrre, nimonus anu .-iiunun nit: m . .-..i,,- miBiiMliv
!! IHtnil'l. ,u,,,r. .-
railroad serv
I. ihm was saved during till the
meal less dnys. are being openly made
I by livestock men here.
A. F. Hunt, a pioneer livestock op
lerator and known all along the coast
l. "i)ml'' Hunt, assarts that not only
Americans Ordered to Rear,
Return as Australians.
Thrc High Bills of leading VI. i Coast
Pons (her Railroads Will lie Con
tinued l Government
WASHINGTON. Aug. 27. Director
General McAdoo has -decided to con-
tinue tho issuance of through-export !
bills of lading, via Pacific coar-t ports, j
ielayed In transit and that this greatly
I , t..'l.. b,l 0 u nil lllMMUS (f
inte "" a"r" V. . . "T. -V- i" .1
i miuit mil inai niun.v mi "
ily bruised In transit, resulting In much
their, continually and cleverly con
vert tho utter routs Into "defensive (
victories" und Inglorious defeat
"strategic readjustment to preserve
tactical ireeuom ui vo...... !.-.. , .,.. , -,,v 1,. dress-
simultaneously suppressing,
. "is-
Cuttle lN-lcos Over Moon.
Cow prices literally Jumped over
the moon during the day whou a load
of extra good stuff shipped in by th
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. The ac
tion of King George of England in
decorating four American Lieutenants
and fifteen soldiers who assisted
British forces in tho capture of Humcl
on July 4 disclosed hero today a
thrilling story of typical Yankee cour
tage. I
When orders were received on the j
Ilritish front July 4 to advunce and
take Jiamel. some Americans were in
the front Due trenches in training.
They were promptly told to get to the
The Yankees obeyed with much
swearing. A smull contingent on their
B uLVai '!! ".V3 rcar J,rl,p'1 uniforms ;after September 30
' ' nuouaiinii. UMU llUSt M'U UUCK III I i 1. a I
nized noui oe.ng recog- throuKh.export bills of lading would
' be discontinued on .September 30, due
Their courageous exploit would notint tho time to the shortage of ship
have been discovered but that several i p,ls space and resultant congestion
were wounded and their identification j at Pacific coast ports, w hich worked
tag disclosed their identity. ,a decided certain reasonable rules to
This story was cabled to Secretary protect and hardship upon the rail
Baker, who would not disclose its j lines and slowed up their handling of
source, but vouches for its authentt- nr traffic. Conditions have since
city. He told the story with pleas- i,,,,,,-..,,,! u n i, hu iv.n a-.aa
ure and admitted If these men were .hlit after surrnundln? the Issuance
court martialed their sentences ! f through bills of lading with relieve
doubtless would be promotions, , ,he carriers of the present burdens,
' ' (the arrangement can be continued. j
Every useful thing should be used, j Announcement will be made to the j
8ell that used- article to somebody public In the near future as to the j
wno needs It through the classified. 1 new rules.
Thousands of Invalided Yan
! kees to Get Mental, Phy
! sical Treatment
even If they themselves know, the en-
nr OaunM In the Womach.
lr v.',,, have ever been doubled Up
with cramps In your Btomnch. you wli--Tlnovllle Land & Livestock company
sola al JS.su, me nisiiwBfc ,
shown here In the cow division of the
open market, and again breaking all
Pacific coast high price records.
Whllo over Sunday there was a
rather llberul supply of cattle report
ed In the North Portland yars most
of the offerings were of fair to medi
um uallly with a very small percent
age of really worth while stuff. Kill
ers continue to bid eagerly fur the
good stuff but ull lines of cattle show
ed a strong tone during the day.
General cuttle range:
Prime steers, . 1 1S.C0 t 13 50
Good to choice steers... ll.M0tr-13.O0
Medium to aood steers.. H.ithll.00
Fair to medium steers..
Common to fair steers.,
Choice cows and heifers.
Medium to good cows and
heifers 6--3W
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 6.25
fanners 3.00'ie
Hulls 6.00
Calves s..lt.i 12.00
Stockers und feeders .. g.OMr ."
.Hlno .Market Is Fnvoraldc.
linn or swine In the North Port
land yards over night was a very fair
one in strong contrast to the scant
showing of last week's Initial session.
Total arrivals over Sunday were 12SS
Trade in the swine market started
fully as strong as last week's spectac
ular rhnwlng-
c.eneral hog range:
Prime mixed . :
Medium mixed
Hough heavies
Bulk sales . . -
Mutton Situation immI.
While there was a rntner liberal
run of stuff reported In the sheep
and Isnib alleys nt North Portland
over Sunday, trend of the tr.ule con
tinues to reflect strength and gener
ally speaking all values were maln-
b Interested In the experience of
t'marlcs Henry. Oswego. N. Y., who
says: "About four years ago when
suffering from cramp In my stomacn
ii nd bowels. I used Chamberlains
Colic and IMarrhoea Kennedy. It Is
by far tho best medicine of the kind
1 have ever used."
Mrs. Klein HoeommendB Chamber.
Iain's I-iilment.
"I keep a bottle of Chamberlain's
Mnlment In the house at all times,
and have used It for years. It will
relieve rheumatic pains quicker than
anything I over used. I have also rec
ommended It to my neighbors and
friends, who have used It successful
ly.' writes Mrs. N. M. Klein, Chllll
colhe. Mo.
' Indigestion.
'A few weeks ago I used a bottle
of chamberlnins Tablets when I was
having a bad spell of indigestion.
These tablets strengthened my stom
ach and toned up my system gener
ally. They are easy to take and most
effectual." writes Mrs. D- S. Dart,
ckaneatele, N. T '
' Hunt up lo a standard, not down to s
Pl!lght sight Strong pull Superior
""Automatic Traction by "null" Instead
of 4esd Wright. . . . .
Klun.K up to hard service with mini-
"MSSW. u u H. p.: Nil
Junior, lS-Ji 1 1. P. . ,
Kesmr I. s al agent, nr send for catalog
Kst Morrison and Kst Third BIS.
PurilaJid. Oieson.
8.; 51' K.75
r..?6l s.-'ft
9-vlOlli Il.hU
' I DO WOD MEAM TELL ME 1 1 I Wot) kkJoW.ToM, A FlSH A 6O00 FljHECMA
!!:l . 1 JUSSid e-
T- -j, T SW AT A Hoa W,TH A r-J 1 1
y t L-7 -TPIklg To IT r1
1 SAN' FRANCISCO. Aug. 27 Thous
and of invalid Yankee soldiers will be
brought hack to health and strength
at the Letterman General Hospital at
the Presidio.
Orders from the .Surgeon General's
office today name the Presidio Hospi
tal as one of fifteen big army hospi
tals in the United States where
wounded soldiers will be trained in usa
fui occupations and given a thorough
course of mental and physical treat
ment. The orders state:
"Henceforth, no mem Iter of the
military uo-rvlce. disabled in line of
duty, even though not expected to re
turn to duty, will be discharged until
he shall have attained as complete,
recovery as may be expected consider
ing the nature of his wounds'
The course provides for complete
mental and surgical treatment. Includ
ing hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, me-j
chanotherapy, massage, indoor and j
outdoor games and other recreation
features. j
One hundred und nineteen officers i
are to be named in this country as j
heads of the staffs of Instructors.!
Academic, scientific and technical
training will be offered. Men partly
incapacitated will be taught the trades
of typists, tailors, cobblers, harness
maker, welders, motor mechanics,
bookkeepers, statisticians, telegraph
operators and scores of other trades.
Slightly wnumled soldiers jxpected
to return to service will be kept at
American hospitals In Kurope.
The more serious cases will be sent
to the Ietterman and other general
i.nsi'ii.ils In this country.
The new order foreshadow a huge
expansion in buildings and equipment
of the big Presidio hospital.
Says glass of hot water wHIi
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
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1 s. .k.i 1 s.r.n
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s. . 1 yr I ft I
Agrtl IViar Is MisMnz.
SAL.KM. Ore., Aug. 27. Father
Othtni.yer. 77 years old. and connect
ed with the yt. Itenedict's Abley at
Mount Ansel, disappeared hist Mon
day from the abbey and has not been
seen since, according to Infoi mation
which became known here today when
an appeal came from Mount Angel tn
the state penitentiary for the use of
the bloodhounds.
j Catarrhal Tearness cannot Be Cared
i r local applications, as tliry canoot reach
' the diseased portion of the ear. Titer la
' only one wit to cur catarrhal dM-foea.
aod that l by a ronttltittloual reaeOy
t'atarrhal learaea la rauaed by an la
I flamed condition of the mucous IlnlbaT o4
; the Kiwtachian Tube. When this tube la
Inflamed yn hare a rntnblinc sound or la
perfect hearing-, and when It la enttrelj
clmed, rwtnfoeita la the result. Tales th
I inflamuntioa can be reduced and this tub
restored to Ira normal cuutlif ton. bearing
1 will be d-tTOTvl forever. Muny case of
4rafnem are caused by catarrh, whkh at
1 an lnflams) vniitinn of tt,e anaoua anc-
facoa. Italia I'aiarrh Melh!ne acta thr
the Mood od the niucoua surface of tb
We will give One Hundred Onllar fot
M case if Caiarthal leafn that cannn
!be curet t? Hall's I'atsrrh ledlrln. t'lr
ralara tree. All lrnjf ista, 75c
r. J. CHKNKV CO.. Toledo, a
To see tJoe tinge of healthy bloom
in your face, to see your skin get
clearer and clearer, backache, coated
tongue or a nasty breath, 'n face to
feel your best, day in and div out,
just try inside-bat hi ng every mornlnff
for one week.
Before breakfast each day, drink a
lH.ss of real hot water 'with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate hi
ft as a harmless means of washing
from the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels the previous day's Indigestible
waste, sour bile and toxins; thus
cleansing, sweetening; and purifying
the entire alimentary canal before
putting- more food into the stomach.
The action of hot water and limestone
Phosphate on an empty stomach Is
wonderfully invigorating. It clean
out all the sour fermentations, gases
an acidity and gives one a splendid ap
petite Tor breakfast.
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate will cost very little at the drug
store but Is sufficient to demonstrat
that just as soap and hot water
cleanses, weetens and freshens the
skin, so hot water and limestone phos
phate act on the blood and Internal
rgans. Those who are subject to coi.
stipatlon. bilious attacks, acid stom
ach, rheumatic twinges, also those
hse skin is sallow and complexion
pallid are assured that one week of
Inside bath in a; will have them both
looking and feeling; better In every
way. .
IUC11 N4M1KTY Glllli 1
M I LAVA I K KB. Wis-. Aug. 7.
Margaret E. Russell, a pretty, black-
eyed society bud. daughter of the late
William C- Russell and a member of
one of Milwaukee's wealthiest famil
ies, was married Saturday at Wan Re
gan to Louis Stevens, a Greek dancing
master and formerly head of a shoe
blacking stand. Stevens is promi
nent In the Hellenic club here, which
is making great strides Irt pa Ameri
canization of the Greeks- '
doll 'snnna'
Dr. James' Headache Powder r
liert a,t one 10 cento ,
You taks a Dr. James' flsadarjis
Powd-r and in just m f-w moai.nta
Tour hsatl clears sod all n.tiralis and
distreita -auish-s. It's IS. quakrst
and sur-at rrh.f for headache, wtwtser
ditll. throbbing, splitting or B.rre
ra'ltinf. Send aomeuna I- the; drlif
atnre and set s dim pa'-kar. now.
suff.riojr it's so adlea. Bs
sun ran g-t Ir. J.me' Headarhs
IN.w.lera Ui.-s titers w ill be a iIm.
Tha following dowcrlhed . animals
have been taken up by tha marshal
of the City of Pendleton, towlt:
Brown mare, bold face. I or I years
old. branded J. V. on left shoulder,
weight 00 lbs. . V , ..
Brown mars about 4 years old. star
In forehead, J. V.- left enoulder..
Bay mare, 2 or- 2 year old, brand
ed V on left shoulder, 85(1 lbs.
Old gray horse, Indian brand on
left stifle, weight abdut 1100 lbs.
If said animals are not claimed by
the owners or those entitled to their
possession, costs and expenses paid
and taken, away within ten day
from the date hereof, then at i
o'clock p.,in. of thaSth day of Septem
ber. 1918. said animals will be sold to
the highest bidder, at public auction,
for cash, at the City Pound, In said
City of Pendleton, the proceeds of
such sale to be applied to tha pay
ment of such costs and expenses of
making sale. v .
Dated this 24th day of August, ltls.
CStr Marshal.
FOUND Auto license No. 1553. Own
er can have same by calling at this
ffice and paying charges,
Westnn-PeBdleo A a to Staa '
f-saves Weston for Pendleton at l:it
a. m. and 11:4S p. m.
Leaves Athena for Pendlstoa at l:M
a, m. and 1:00 p. m.
tavea A dama for Pecdletoa at t:It
a. m. and 1:10 p. so.
uvea Pendleton ( AIlea-Kalcbt
Store) for Weston at' It a na. and
4:00 p. m.
O. H. McPIIEHRtN. Driver.
i mined nt the tush point.

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