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PROFESSIONS AND TRADES ALPHABETICALLY ARRRANQED.
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-TTn coLE, OFFICE IN JTJDD
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TuJllBB. M. D., DESPATN BLOCK,
end rorrect eye trouble., cmter-
vrnlitlon8 and impairea nearing.
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-rT t SMITH. OFFICE OVER THE
"indltton Savings bank. Telephone SO:
p3ce telephone 81.
T -BCini.n. M. D.. HOMEOPATH-
( - mr,A Rnrceon. Office In
STniidlnc. Telephone : omce, Diac
riimw nOTTSE. PHYBICIAN AND
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vA. Sargeon. dp cj m
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Phone aiain aa.
rmn-TUi.n PHYSICIANS. DK8.
Keje & Keyes. umce one uioc wti
ad nervous diseasea nna aiseaaes oi wu-
r TTrt,ol Tnnfltnn cor. VTtir
i riTrnTTAK. DENTIST. OFFICE IN
i iiivk nisMnsT. riKKifTP3 in ah.
B0CIATI0N block, oyer Bcnmiar new
ARCHITECTS AND BUILOtHB.
rrrTT 1 nr A DPniTPPT IVTl RTT.
wrlntendent, makes complete and reii
i. nians for bnildlncs In the city or
TTT. IIOUU1 XI UUU UUIlUIUh.
builders. Estimates furnished on short
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h. 8. BOWMAN. LEADING PHOTOGRA
I pher of the city. Harvest views. la
pis photos tor sale. Finishing done for
fcutenrt. Main St, near bridge. Phone
APLE BROS.. COURT STREET, lift.
Innw hiiwk r.liM-trlrlnnii. dealers In elec
trical inplles. Honses, stores, wired for
ectrlc Ughts. bells or telephones. Electrl-1
kl fixtures of all kinds. Get onr prices.
Bepalr work a aper-lalty.
HIDES, PELTS AND JUNK.
prOND H'D SACKS FOR 8ALE-20TO TO ,
SXO second land Brain tacks, rood condl-'
tltn. for le at bargains In anv quantity de-'
bred L. Shank fc Co., Webb it., near Hotel '
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
nut. u, rAimtm, "r-iuis toum Bl. JOHN WILSON. FIRST CLASS SH0E
Opposlte Golden Rule Hotel; land of-" maker and repairer. Best material used
lee bnslness, such as filing of claims and nnd g00d work done. Shop 117 Alta
blUatlng contests a specialty. street
inHV miT.nv ttj tt a nvn nrr. ' '
mlMloner Bpeclalty made of land HI-!
Hw and proof : Insurance and collections. 1
lOEce In Judd building, room 16.
BOARD AND LODGING.
IWlgTRAHC-N ROOMING HOME, MAIN BT .
01 rooms in new building, with good clean
THr WttTTTt? T fTPTTn TTATTOls ortt OrtTWIT
IHiaitttet.M T Bradley, prop. Housekeep
lyfraonn and lodging rooms. Good comfort
w rooms and clean, well kept beds. Lodging
flRE L0 DOING HOUSE CORNER OF E.
Toort and Johntnn streets; good large clean
renins with comfortable beds. Rates 25c and
jfca night. Thos. Smart, Prop.
IWEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
.Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
MOd thl A an (K nr nalr
In&IIttrtn VA V. In MntiMtlnH V.
80lEIi EASTERN. HAVrrJET. GEORGE.
Pwp. Board by the day or week. Good
" beds and well ventilated rooms ;
25: board and lodging $5 per
!r; ,ed sttble In connection.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
S!.E? 17RE HACK. NEW AND VERY LAT
t$,y 't the service of the public. C. D.
(wiL0?11 8-McKay. P.ops Call at the
ttf.?,.'ell Liverv 8tatle or telephono Main
the hack will call lor you.
J CAB LINE, EBWIN BAKER, Prop,
jjttepnone Main 79. Stand In front of
at!lHED.Af,'D BALES YARD. H. CHE'J.
Or K,p 'ei9- Aura St., bet. Webb and Alta
u. ireatmeot given horses left In oar
Lu71 LIVERY, BOARD AND BALE
ttt r- .M J- Carney, proprietor, for
Jtononu. suble lis Alta afreet
MEniCAL STABLES, O. W. FROOMB
iftt .JTery'. Feed Boarding. AJ.
U Bof.inoDI,t,i.CoBPetent drivers. Op
Hotel Pendleton. tinhna. i.
fe.UvBKY FEED AND SJlLM
.Pfcon. It.?0!?00"- 2T Cottonwood
!Hln 79. El via Craig. Prop.
I TABD, W. T. BOYNTON
S a. rJ8' given to bones left
l Lower Weeb Street Phoae Red
PV. VttAoaiV. .
eS room . 'u' BAKBER BHOP AND
!5? stkSU, gPP"? Hotel St. George.
Mttio". eryttiiBg in Uti saBltarr
sX 2d wnrtJ?.u,e Ufu 8- K' Lipscomb:
BANKS AND BROKERS.
nR8T NATIONAL BANK OF ATHENA.
Oregon. Capital, $50,000 Marplot mafl
profit, fttOOO. Interest on time deposits.
Deals In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections promptly attended to. Henry
C. Adams, president: T. J. Kirk, vlee-preet-dent;
E. L. Barnett, cashier; F. 8. Le-
urow, assistant casnier.
THE PENDLETON SAYINGS BANK,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organlted March 1,
1S8; capital, ssu.ooo, surplus, 990,000,
Interest allowed on time deposits, td
change boncht and sold on all nrlncloal
points. Special attention given to collec
tions, w. J. Furnish, president: J. n,
Teal, Tlce-presldent ; T. J. Morris, cashier,
THE FARMERS' BANK OF WE8TON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general banking
bnslness. Exchange bought and sold.
Collections promptly attended to. R.
Jameson, president; Geo. W. Proebstel,
Mce president; J. R. Kiigore, cashier ; di
rectors. G. A. Hartman. M. M. Johns. T. J.
Price, G. D. Graw, 3. F. Kllgore, Robert
Jameson, u. w. iToe betel.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLB
ton. Capital $70,000; snrplna, 195,000.
rransacts a general banking bnslness. Ex
change and telegraphic transfers sold on
Chicago, San Francisco, New York and
principal points In the northwest. Drafts
drawn on China. Japan and Europe. Makes
collections on reasonable terms. Levi An
keny, president: W. p. Matlock, vice-president-;
C. B. Wade, cashier; H. C Guern
sey, assistant cashier.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets second
and fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
Fellows' hall. Mrs. Ida Holcomb, Oracle;
Mrs. Nc...e Bobbins, Recorder.
LMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and fourth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 62. A. F. and
A. M.. meets first and third Mondays of
each month. .Visiting brethren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M Joe H. Parkes, Sec
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor. H. P.. F. F. Wamsley, Secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month In Masonic Hall.
PIONEERS OF THE PACIFIC WIL
llam Martin Encampment, No. 1. Meets
every Wednesday at Hendrlck's Hall. Mrs.
L. F. ampkln. Secretary.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
rythlas. J. Nowlln. C. C.J R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. S. Meets every Mon
day a Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. 6399. Meets first
and third Mondays of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall. George A. Hamblln, Con
sul ; G. A. Robblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W., are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker.
Clerk. J. P. Earl, C. C.
BLACKSMITH I NG AND HORSE
SHOEING. COPELAND & BON FOR WHEAT RACK?.
Cheapest and best in town. 314 Webb street.
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRERS.
jEORGE O'DANIEL. NEW AND SECOND
band goods bought and sold. Court St,
Opera house block. Call and see him.
r. 8TROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
aeed In new or second hand furniture,
itovea, granite ware and crockery, call and
cet bis prices. No. 212 Court St
WANTED TWO OR THREE ROOMS FUR
nlshed for housekeeping; must be central.
Address, statii g price, F. R. F E. 0. office.
WANTED LADY SINGER FOR THE ROAD:
Good amateur will do. Address B. B. Mat
terson, Gen'l Dflivery, Pendleton, Ore,
WANTED POSITION AS ENGINEER WITH
threshing machine; state full particulars;
experience four years with Case engine. Ad
dress Box 76, Monta villa, Oregon.
WANTED TO PHRCHABK-AT INVOICE
price, a good cigar, or stationery .store in
Pendleton. Address F. H. M.( care of East
ROOMB TO RENT ENQUIRE MARY E.
Rust, 320 Ann street.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned,
The First National Hank of Pendleton. Oregon,
has taken possession of the following described
personal property, in Umatilla County, Oregon,
to-wit: One 3 horse power engine; one temper
ing vat and one pair of scales (400 lbs ); also one
sorrel horse 8 years old, branded JI U connected
on the left shoulder, named "Henry;" one black
horse 12 years old, branded JI on the left shoul
der, named "Nig;" one set double work harness
and one ?Yi inch tubuiar axle Itaiu wagon, by
virtue of a certain chattel mortgage, dated Sep
tember nth, 1900, executed by Kdwin Wooddy,
to-wit: Covering the personal property afore
said and securing,thereon the payment of 770.07
with interest as stated therein, which chattel
.mortgage was duly signed by the sad Edwin
Wooddy, and was thereafter and on September
nth, 1900, duly filed for record in the chattel
mortgage records in the office -of the. County
Clerk of Umatilla County, Oregon, the condition
of the said chattel mortgage havhig been broken
by the 6aid Kdwiu Wooddy, and the debt men
tioned thereiu and thereby secured not having
been paid and being still owned by the under
signed; and pursuant to the terms of said chattel
mortgage, all of said property will be sold by the
undersigned at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of Sat
urday, the sth day of August, i&oa, on Johnson
street, between Court and Alta streets, at stone
warehouse of K. Puringtou, in the
City or Pendleton, Umatilla County,
Oregon, at public auction, to the
highest bidder for .cash in hand, the pro
ceeds of such sale to be applied to the payment
of the costs and expense thereof and of foreclos
ing said Chattel Mortgage and the balance upon
the debt mentioned in said Chattel Mortgage as
now held and owned by said The I'irst National
Bank of Pendleton, Oregou.
Dated this 38th day of July, WM.
THKWR8T NATIONAL BANK OH PKNDLR-
ByT. D, Taylor, Sheriff,
Agent for the Mortgagee.
"A STRIKE IN THE
NOT MUCH CHANGE REPORT
ED IN LOCAL MARKETS.
Hogs Are About the Only Thing to
Change Price of Beef Also Fluc
tuated A Few Slight Changes in
The most marked change in the lo
cal markets since last week is in the
hog markeL One week ago hogs on
foot were quoted at $5.25 a hundred,
and today they are $6. Instead of
being sold at 7 cents a pound from
the block, pork has advanced to 8
cents. Steers have dropped a notch.
On foot they were quoted at $3.80
and $3.90 last week and today they
are $3.75 and $3.85. Cows have ad
vanced from $3.10 to $3.25.
Other staple articles in the grocery
line practically remain the same.
No market has opened for wheat
that can be called a staple market
A little has sold at 52 cents for ex
port, but the markets will not open
in earnest for another week.
Local Market Prices.
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Raspberries, $2.75 a crate.
Blackberries, $2.25 a crate.
Pineapples, $6 a dozen.
Watermelons, $5 a dozen.
Muskmelons, $3 a dozen.
Tomatoes, 10 cents per pound.
Peaches, 10 cents per pound.
Apricots, 10 cents per pound.
Cherries, $1.75 per crate.
Plums, three boxes for 25c.
String beans, 5c a pound.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 3c per pound.
Cheese, per pound, 20c.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Green onions, 25c doz.
Beets, per lb, lc.
New Potatoes, 1M:C per pound.
Garlic1 2 c per lb.
Pendleton Live Stock and Poultry.
Chickens, hens, per doz., $2.50 to
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per doz., $9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
Eggs, 25c in trade.
Butter, 25c and 50c per roll.
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $3.10(3.25.
Hogs, live, $C.
Hogs, dressed, 8c;
Calves, dressed, 89c.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha and Java, beat, 40c
per lb; next grade, 35c per lb., lower
grades coffee, 25c to 15c per lb;
package coTee, 15c lb.
Rice Best head rice, 12 c per lb;
next grade, 6 l-3c per lb.
Sugar Cane granulated, beat,
$5.25 per sack: do., 16 lbs, $1.
Salt Coarse, 75c per 100; table
$2.20 per 100.
Flour, B. B. $3.25 per bbl.
Flour, Walter's $3.25 per) bbL
Portland Wheat MarkeL
Portland, July 3x. The Commer
cial Review, in its issue of today, says
of the wheat market:
Harvesting Is progressing in all di
rections and farmers are paying more
attention to field operations than to
marketing. At least offerings are
very spall and receipts at this port
decidedly light. However, within the
next three weeks the movement will
begin to increase and tonnage will
shortly be coming in. The shipping
season will be under way by the mid
dle of September, but owing to the
comparatively small amount of ton
nage due to arrive within 30 days wo
cannot look for liberal export until
October. From what we can learn,
purchases of wheat against tonnage
requirements are thus far extremely
small, but there is plenty of wheat at
tidewater to take care of the early
arrivals. Farmers, no doubt, will sell
freely at the opening of the season,
and will not hold off until the last
moment, as .in previous years. Prices
seem at present to be nearly on the
basis of 60 cents per bushel in the
interior, ana many or me larmura iuo
willing to dispose of their crops on
thli? basis. Farmers will get full ex
port value and should shippers' ne
cessities become very urgent, com
petition might become so active that
figures above relative values would
be paid. But from the fact that there
is not likely to be any important need
of wheat before September and that
there is always a certain number of
holders who immediately sell upon
the conclusion of harvest work, it
seems mpre than probable that this
season's buying will have accomplish
ed more on the lines of actual export
basis than in former years. Farmers
will get all the market will stand
after allowing for a legitimate profit
for handling and us.ual risks of ship
ment Harvesting has already started at
Walla Walla, and under the present
conditions the crop throughout the
Palouse and the Big Bend will be
ready for harvesting by the end of
this week. Reports from all parts of
the country confirm, the statement
that the yield will be equal to that of
The Central Washington and Lev
iston and Clearwater branches report
all kinds of grain In good condition,
and the prospects are bright for a
good crop. One thing that is grati
fying to the farmers Is the large area
of wheat which has escaped the frosts
this year. The frosts have caused
heavy damages during past years.
Prices at present: Club wheat, G3
64c; bluestem, 6566c; valley, 64
G5c per bushel.
San Francisco Markets.
San Francisco, July 31. Wheat
The new season has fairly opened up
and shippers are free buyers in the
country. Some lots have passed into
t heir hands. Freights are lower and
farmers will realize the benefit of the
same. No. 1 shipping is quoted at
$1.151.17; milling, $1.20 to $1.22&
The Wool Market.
Boston, July 31. The wool markqt
here is improving steadily and trade
is very fair. Dealers ' look for even
higher prices. Fine fleeces are firm.
In Montana the new clip Is selling
readily. No wool Is coming hero at
present except by consignment. The
quotations: California Northern
choice, 19(g21c; Northern average,
1617c; middle county, H315c;
southern, 1012c; fall, 812c. Ore
son Staples, 10317c; Eastern
rhoice, 1415c; Eastern average, 12
g13c; valley, No. 1, 1819c. Terrl
tory Idaho fine, 1314u; Idaho fine
medium, 1516c; Wyoming fine, 13
14c; Wyoming fine medium, 1516c;
I'tah fine, 1314c; Utah fine medium,
l(J17c; Dakota fine, 1314c; Da
kota lino medium, 1516c; Montana
fine choice, 1617c; fine average,
1415c; flue medium choice, 17
18c; Colorado, New Mexico, etc., fine,
1012c; . fine medium, 1214c;
8klns, Hides, Pelts.
Portland, July 31. Sheepskins
Shearlings, 1520c; short wool, 25
35c; medium wool, 3060c; long
wool, 60c$l each.
Hides Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pounds
and up, 1515c per pound; dry kip,
No. 1, 5 to 16 pounds. 12c; dry calf,
No. 1, under 5 pounds, 10c; dry rait
ed bulls and stags, one-third iosb than
dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound,
60 pounds and over, 89c; 50 to 60
pounds, 7 t78c; under 50 pounds
and cowb, 7c; stags and bulls, sound,
55c; kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds,
7c; veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound, under 10 pounds, 8c;
green, (unsalted), lc per pound less;
culls, lc per pound less; horse bidea,
salted, each, $1.5002; dry, eacb, $1
1.50; colts' bides, eacb, 2560c; goat
skinB, common, eacb, 1015c; Ango
ra, with wool on, eacb, 25cl.
Pelts Bear skins as to size, No. 1,
eacb, $520; cubs, $205; badger,
each, 10040c; wildcat, 25C0c; bouse
cat, 5 10c; for, common gray, each,
3050c; do red, eacb, $1.5002; do
cross, eacb, $5016; do silver and
black, eacb, $100200; fisher, eacb,
$50,6; lynx, eacb, $23; mink, strict
ly No. 1, each, 60c$1.60; marten,
pale pine, according to size and color,
$1.50 (& 2; muskrats, large, eacb, 6
10c; skunk, each, 4060c; civet or
polecat, eacb, 610c; otter, for large
prime skins, eacb, $507; panther,
with bead and claws perfect, eacb,
$203; raccoon, for large prime, each,
80 050c; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, $3.5005; wolf, prairie,
(coyote), without head, eacb, 30
36c; wolverlL", eacb, $47; beaver,
per skin, large, $5 6; do medium, i
4; do small, $11.60; do kits, 60
Extra line: .10 cent each
NOTICE OF SAL UNDER CHATTEL
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
C. n Wade, cathfer, his tnken pocslon of the
following described personal property; in Uma
tilla county, Oregon, to-wit; The two-thirds un
divided interest lu and to all of the crops of
every description at present sown and growing
nnd neing harvested upon and from the North
east quarter of Section fourteen and the South,
west quarter of Section fourteen, the WW half
of Section Twenty-three, the west half of the
Northwest quarter, nml the Northeast quarter of
inc nunnwcsi quarter, ana uie in on 11 west quar
, ter of the Northeast quarter or Section Twenty,
six. allin Township Wvc north of Kange Thirty-two
east of the Willamette Meridian.
I Ka one Rrey horse 6 years old, branded borl
zontal 1' on left slioutilcr; one grey mnrc 8
years old, no brand, named Molly; one liay
horse six years old, branded J 11 K connected
on left hip, named Hilly ; one bay mate 5
years old, branded J. I,, with quarter circle
over it on left hip, named Pansy; one roan
I mare 6 years old, branded 1' I X on the left
nip nml G on the right hip, limned Queen;
one bay jnarc 6 years old, branded bar R on
the left hip, named Pet; one black horse 6
years old, branded J H connected with horitoti
tal II over it on left shoulder named nick;
one sorrel marc 5 years old, branded C 11 on
left shoulder, named Susie; one Rrey horse 6
years old, branded II 7. on the left shoulder,
named Major; one bay horse 11 years old
branded t on the left shoulder, named Jack;
one black horse 9 years old, branded 8 M on
the left shoulder, named Jim; one bay horse
6 years old, branded It 7. on the left shoulder,
named Dash ! one bay horse H years old,
branded half circle with bar over it on the left
hip, named Cap; one bay horse 6 years old,
branded circle S on the left hip. named Tim;
one brown horse 7 years old, branded V on
the left shouMcr, named Harrv; one brown
horse 7 yeais ola, branded V on flic left shoul
der, named frank; ouc sorrel horse 6 years
old, branded T on the right shoulder, named
Tom; one sorrel horse 7 years old, branded
S with bar over it on the left hip, named
Jerry; one black mare 7 years old, branded
J W S on the right shoulder named Jennie;
one brown horse 9 years old, branded Dia
mond 011 the rlulit hip, named Charlie; one
sorrel marc 5 years old, branded J r, quarter
circle over it on the left hip; one sortel horse 6
years old, branded C 11 011 the left shoulder;
one brown horse 7 years old, branded C 1) on
the left shoulder; one brown mare 5 years old,
branded Jill connected on the left shoulder,
uameu rxeiue; one grey mare 7 years out, no
brand, named May; one brown horse 6 years
old. branded yi 011 the right shoulder and II
S on the left shoulder; one bay horse 5 years
old, branded 7 on the left shoulder, named
Jumbo; one tbny horse 7 years old, branded J
N on the right shoulder, named Corley; one
sorrel horse 6 years old, branded O on the
left shoulder: one sorrel horse 5 years old,
branded 66 oil the left hip, named Joe; one
bay horse 6 years old, branded J O on the left
shoulder, named frank; one bay horse 7
years old, branded on the left hip, named
Dude; also 4 Unlit trucks, 3 1.4 inch; one Ilnlu
truck, 3 Inch; one 3 bottom 14-incli Canton Clip
per gnng plow; one 3 bottom 14-iucli Convex
Clipper gong IMow; one 4 section Jackson lever
harrow; one 6 section iron harrow; two Superior
disc drills, 7 inch 16 hoe; one Jones mower,
foot; one Jones hay rake, 10 foot; 17 sets ol
double work harness and one Kuciuc top buggy,
bv virtue of a certain Chattel Mortonfe. ilnleil
October Jist, 1901, ami another certain Chattlc,
Mortgage, dated Novemtter nth, 1901, executed
by Artie Anderson to-wit; covering the person
al property aforesaid and securing thereon the
payment of $3,000.00, with interest 11s Mated there
in, which said Chattel Mortgages were duly ac
knowledged by the said Artie Anderson, so as to
entitle them to be recorded, nnd were llierenfter
on October 21st, 1901, nnd November nth, 1901,
respectlvely recorded in Hook 4 on page 245 anil
jiook 4, iinge 2f5, respectively, ot me Kceorus 01
tnauei mortgages men lit the omce 01 the Re
corder of Conveyances of Umnllllu County, Ore
gon; the conditions of the said Chattel Mort
gages liavlnir been broken bv the said Artie An-
derson, nnd the debt mentioned therein and
tnerciiy seemed not having been paid anil being
still owned by the undersigned; and pursuant to
the terms of the said Chattel Mortcaire. nil of
said property will be sold by the undvihlgued nt
10 o'ciock 111 tue tort noon 01 Aiigusl 7111, 1902, 011
the lnnds hereinbefore described, near Juniper
PostoiTice in Umatilla County, Oregon, at public
miction to the highest bidder for ensh In hand,
the proceeds of such sale to be applied to the
payment of the costs and expenses hereof and
of foreclosing said Chnttel Mortgages, and the
balance upon the debt mentioned in said Chattel
Mortgage mid now held uud owned by said C II.
Dated this 25th day of July, 1902.
C. JI. WADJ, Cushler.
Ily T. n Taylor, Sheriff.
Agent of the Mortgagee.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDBR CHATTEL
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned.
The first Nutlotml llaukof Pendleton, a corpor
ation, uas taicen possession or tne loiiowuig nc.
criued personal property, in umntuia cyuniy,
3 Inch Haiti truck; one 3 bottom Canton Clipper
gang plow, 14 men plows; one 3 votiom convex
gang plow, 14 inch bottoms; one 4 section lever
Iron harrow: one Kunerlor disc drill: eight sets
double work harness; one mower, 4 ! foot
sickle; one Columbia fanning mill; one grey
horse 4 years old, branded triangle on the left
shoulder; one bay horse 4 years old, branded
triangle 011 the left shoulder; one bay horse 8
years old, branded Diamond on the right hip,
named unnriey; one DiacK mare n yeurs oiu.
branded J W S 011 the right shoulder, named
Jruiile; one bay mare 7 yeurs old, branded R
on the left hip. named Pet; one roan mare 3
years old, branded f I X 011 the left hip and C
on the right hip, named Queen, one bay horse 10
years old, branded T 011 the left shoulder, named
Jack; one black horse fi years old, brunded II
with horizontal connected II over it on left
shoulder,, named Dick; one bay horse 8 years
old, branded half circle with bar over it on left
hip, named Cap. one brown horse 8 years old,
branded J O on the right shoulder: one grey
mure 6 years old, branded horizontal p on left
shoulder; one bay 6 years old, brnaded J N on
the; right shoulder; one bluck horse 8 years old,
brand unknown; one roun horse 8 years old,
brand unknown; one bay mare 4 years old,
branded J I, with half circle over It 011 left hip;
one sorrel mare 4 years old, branded J I, with
quarter circle over it on left hip; one bay horse 4
years old, brunded J K on the (eft hip, one grey
mare 7 years old, no brand, named Molly, by vir.
tue of a certain Chattel Mortgage, dated Decem
ber 20th, 1900, executed by Artie Andersou, to
wit; Covering the personal property aforesaid
uuil securing thereon the payment of $1,009 00
with interest as stuted thereiu, which Chntt
Mortgage wss duly signed by the said Artie Ai,
demon and filed for records oil December Join,
1900, in the Chattel Mortgage Records in the of
fice of the County Clerk of Umatilla County, Ore
gon, and which Chattel Mortgage Is now 011 file
in the office of the Recorder of Conveyances of
said County and State; the conditions of the said
Chattel Mortgage having been broken by the
said Artie Anderson, arid the debt mentioned
therein and thereby secured not having been
paid and being still owned by the undersigned,
and pursuant to the terms of said Chattel Mort
gage, all ofsaid probity will be sold by the uu
derslgned at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of August
the 7th, 1902, oil the lands of the said Artie An
derson, held by lease, near Juniper Postofiice in
Umatilla County, Oregon, at public auction, ty
the highest bidder for cash in hand, the pro
ceeds of such sale to lie applied to the payment
of the cost and expense hereof and of foreclos
ing said Chattel Mortgage and the balaucc upon
the deht mentioned lu said Chattel Mortgage tut
now held and owned by said The first Natlouul
Bank of Pendleton
Dated this 25th day of July, 1902.
THH V IR8T NATIONAL HANK.
Ily T. D. Tavixjr, Sheriff,
Agent for the Mortgagee, (
week; 25 cent a line per menth.
PKNDLKTON MACHINE SHOP AND FOON
dry Baltesoro A Howe, proprietor. Black
srulthlng and general Jobbing. Iron and bras)
castings. Alt kinds ot machinery repairs.
Phone Red SO.
aicNHRAii nrci'Ain shop, WEnn ST
West of Hotel Kastern. All kinds) of re
pairing dona at reasonable price. Bicy
cle, jrnn and machine repairing a special
ty, Simmons A Holla, proprietor.
HORSES TO PABTUnK-TIMOTHY, ORCHARD
anil bromo graises; good pniuiro; plenty or
running water. Terms reasonable. W. B. Hoe
MISS MINNIK S. ludR, ORADUATK NURHK,
.209 Turk street. Telephono No. lllaok H
calls day Or night promptly responded to.
FOR SAI.K OR TRADE WILL UKI.LORTRADK
tor properly hero, m aerosol land .1 mile
southwest of The Dalles, Orctjon. Add res
mum Isbell, SIS Perkins Arc, Pondletoaj
FOR 8 ALU AT THE RABT ORBOONIAM
office, large bnndlea of newspaper, eea
talnlng over 100 big paper cam m at
tained for 35 ceata a bnadl.
KKLLAR tmor.lHKH, PLASTRRINO
nd cementing. Cement walk a peel!
ty. Estimate furnished free. Work guar
anteed. Leave order at Radley k Zak
ner'a cigar store. Main Bt... P. O. bog 104.
6:30 n m
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
urui, umana, nan
sasClty.St Louis, Ohl-
8:00 a. 1
Salt Lako, Dourer, Ft.
worm, umana. Kan
saa City, Bt. Louis, Chi
cago and Kast.
' 6 .15 a. m.
11M9 a M.
8.16 a. m.
Walla Walla, Lewlston
man, Minneapolis, Bt
Paul, Duluth, Mllwan.
koo, Chicago and Kast,
5:20 p. m.
Ocean and River Schedule.
All sailing dates subject
For Ban Francisco
f BUI every 5 days.
8:00 p. in,
4 p. m.
8 p. m.
10 p. m.
To Astoria and Way
llnl til IaBVA Pirtlasl1 HIU a rakI OnHaiB
stage ot water pormtttlng) for Willamette and
amnui jtivor point.
4:05 a. m.
7:00 a. m.
Rlparla to Lewlston.
F. F. WAMBLKV, Agent, Pendleton.
For Chlcaio, Bt. Paul, Bt. Louis, Kan
Haa City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and polnta
oa the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Monday ai
Arrive Pendloton Monday, Wednesday and
Friday 12 -Mpm,
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Thursday Mid
Leave Walla Walla dally, east bound OrtTlpm.
Arrive Walla Walla dally west bound 0;Cu am.
For Information regarding rate and aeoesa
modatlons, call on or addro
W. A DAUB, Agent,
a. b. oaldkrhkad, u. p. a.,
waiia walla, wash.
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