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DAItT feAST fcRZaONUN, PENDLETON", OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1019.
Thos. Iladrfox, do .....
Mr. Wlllard Brown, do
John A. Prior, do . ....
OUf Aarchera, do
iHwm M a Ikt or (he county
Warrants draw n by I ho Cnunly Court
of 1'matlha, rUale of Oregon, for the
month of rteptember at tha October
tarm of said Court, except those al
' lowed by Matuta.
Mrs. R. II. 6-immervllle, State
vs. Rurllngame. witness . . I t to
Laura Morgan. Plata vs. L, E.
Kelecr. do 4.20
Mra. Kmma Ford, do 4.2e
H. K. Cook, do 4.20
E. Armstrong, do 4.20
.Jamea Rldrlilm, do 4.20
William Courier, do 6.10
Mra. William Courier, do 6.10
A. E. rhlltlpa. do 2 to
F. Graybeal. do 4 20
Loren Hoover! do j.ja
Chnrlea Collins, do 4.20
Jewell Collin, do 4.20
Inme May Collina. do 4.20
W. J. Dnhler. State va. De
Vlemlnr, do, 12.00
Wm. Peterson, do 4 7.20
A. I ji rnon, do 0.40
C. V.. Randall, clerical service
Circuit Court 63.15
R. I. Keator, expenaea Circuit
Parker Taxi Co., State va. De-
It. I. KeatoV, , I2nvettgatlng
liquor caaea 362.15
Pendleton Tribune, Grand Jury
Summons . 14.00
Prank niffert, Grand Juror .. 21.40
Q. W. Bade, do 21.40
C. J. McKensie. do SI. 40
X. D. Pwearlngen, do 24.20
Ernest Koepke, do 27.00
Fred Price, do .. 24.60
R. A. Snyder, do 24.20
J. 8. Beckwlth. Court reporter 110.80
Wealern I'nlon Tel. Co. County
court and Sheriff 14.(1
Tribune Co. do 38. SO
S. P. Hutchinson, Ctr. Court
C. P. Miller, et el, Circuit
How Much Tobacco
Will My Hearn Stand
A Question Vital to Every Man WhoSmokes or Chews
IT MAY COST A rBECIOId LIFE TO
FID Ol'T BV KXPKRUEKT
Th hcurt of every u?t of tohnero
henr a doubl burden. It drwti ita nl
lotted tak and then fifThts nicotine for
supremacy. As lonit as the heart win
he live; when it loses he dies, but be-
: fore the final vlrtory of nicotine you
Pt through many stages of decline
.and decay and uf fer miny panes.
Hearts are. like human being's eome
are stronger than others, therefore
some hearts will stand more tobacco
than othets, but there is a limit to
what any heart can stand. The msn
who puts this additional strain on his
heart a dosen time a day bv ntnok-
mp cigarettes, a pipe or cigar,
ins: tobacco Is injurious and that it
far better to quit the habit than to ex
periment to find how much tobacco
ffor yourself by (retting; Ntcotol tablets
una taKMifr mem as aircciea. ine
habit really quits you and its depart
ure is a pleasure equal to its indul
ir you want to know how much
easier It is to quit the habit with Nico
to! than without it. go twenty-four
hours without tobacco and note what
an effort it costs you. then begin using
It as usual and take Nicotol tablets. At
the end of a week discontinue smoking-
or chewinsr for a day and it i
probable you will have no desire to re
sume. At lea "t your desire will be
greatly diminished and another week
or two should make it not only pos
sible, hut a pleasure, to quit.
NOTE: Dr. Connor, formerly of
Johns Hopkins Hospital, under whose
nfZLn2CZtt?Yjr ,? r"J- when this statement was shown to him:
man wU.h .heaJ!h .nd !i.fe to "I have known Nicotol to conquer the
v.y. "i ";i - ".;, L W1 . time ana I can inererore recommena u
dulgina- In a costly habit at the expense .hiZ.nv. Wnen the doctor s Htatement
or precious neaitn. ..ask any doctor W(.a .hown to on of our ieadina druir-
snd he will tell you that us- Iri-t- ie -aid: Nicotol Is truly a won-
derrui remeoy i or tne iodbcco naoit,
way ahead .of anything: we have ever
sold before. We are authnrisd by the
your heart will stand without serious -manufactures to refund the money to
rtut the thouprht of qultttna Is un
pleasant to moMt men even to those
who know that tobacco injures them
and to really quit takes more will
power than they have and causes more
Bfienns; xnan tney can voluntarily en
dure. To quit the babit make It easy (Bros.
every dissatisfied customer and we
would not permit the use of our name
unless the remedy possessed unusual
merit." Nicotol is sold in this city
under an ironclad money-back guaran
tee by all up-to-date druggists, includ
ing Pendleton vrug to. ana ik.oeppen
f IV I ,(((.. m , . rm v , Ml r'f Hi H ilfflJlH
i THE NAME TELLS A TRUE STORY
Superior feed is absolutely accurate. It trill not bunch the seed bat
swa it In Just the quantity desired without cracking.
Superior Hoe Drills are perfected In erery particular and bare
proren their superiority by yeara of practical use in this county.
. . You will like the ten loo behind our aalca. M
Sturgis & Storie
Pendleton, Oregon East Court St
Court Orand Jury wltneaaea JS9.70
T. U. Tas'lor, Sheriff, tranipor-
tatton of prisoners
J. C. Marlon, Sheriff off lea ..
T. D. Taylor, Sheriff, special
officer Round-Up ' .
T. D. Taylor, sheriff, transpor
tation of prisoners
Burroughs Add Ins Mach Co
Sheriff, Treaa, Aaaaeaor,...
U M. Brown. Clerk's office ...
Koat Oreitonlan, .Clerk, Supt.
li-wln-Hodaon Co. Clerk's of. .
E. C. Nlles, do
R. T. Brown, do
H. W. Ireland. Clerk and As'sr.
U O. Frasler. all offices
J. U Miller. J. P. Blata ts. B
J. H. Went, Con. do
H. M. Rice, et al witnesses, do
Grace A. Gilliam, Treaa. ....
Olaae A Prudhomme. da sups.
R. O. Hawks. Assessor
J. K. Marshall, do
Glass Jrudhomme, assessor
R. T. Brown, Cod Court and
mass & Prudhomme. Co. 8upt.
TV w. Green. Supt. Assnrtani
and expenses . .
Pearl E. Broxson, et al, widow
Pacific P. U Co., court house
Guy Ccok, do
Peoples Wh'se.. court house .
r r ttohba. ooor. . for Mrs.
Ev.iiiianit csroe. Co. poor, for '
Mrs. Anna Clark 105.00
Ralph Folsom, do for 1,Mr"
Vaughan. deceased ;
George Miller Co.. 00 K. it.
St. Anthony's Hosp., CO. care
riiia Green Gertrude
t a. Klllott do. for a. b. i-ut-
B. a Klngsley. 00, tor
Nellie Christian -
C. P. Miller, Court nouse ana
Mrs. W. H. HUBselman. care
of Mrs. Halverson
Boys' and Girls' Aid Society.
Peoples Warehouse. Co. Mosp.
Sturgis & Storie, poor farm . .
Pacific P. U Co.. poor farm
A. C. Koeppen & Bros., Poor
Frank Neagle, Co. Hosp
J. L. Vaughan, do
Roval M. Sawtelle. do
Wallace Bros, supplies and re
pairs, poor farm '
C. Penney Co., poor tarm
1 SI. 00
Alexanders, do i?"'5
I located in Pendleton 10 months ago. Since that
time I have had dozens of patients who are walking
testimonials for my system of Modernized Chiroprac
tic. Fifteen years' experience, 12 years in Oregon,
I care nothing for past or family history. I ad
just the cause of conditions, not names.
I challenge criticism in my method of diagnos
ing. A call at my office will prove to you that I have
the best equipped chiropractic, office in the state of
Dr. W. H. Reynolds
Room 182, Inland Empire Bank Bldg.
Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.
Other hours by appointment. Telephone 1018.
Economy Drug Co. do 60.6s
Dean Tatom Co. do 19.40
West End Groc, do 02-71
Tribune Co.. do 5.00
Allen-Knight Co., do "
Taylor Hdw.. Co.. do e-.ea
Tallman & Co., do .. 82
Paul Mortimore. labor on poor
O. ,H. Mortimore, do '""
Walter Brog. do Ib.va
E. M. Mnrtlmore, expenses and
supplies poor farm m.uw
A. Haherly, laDor at poor
J. A. Schmidt Merc. Co., for
T. D. Taylor, board of pri
J. T. Brown, exam, body or
Lou!s Wunsch ie.su
John McEwen. et al. Jurors in-
nueet of Bert McNeese ....
Wallace Wilder, et al, witnesses
Dr. Richardson, exam, body of
J. T. Brown, corners fees do . .
Dr. D. J. McFaul. exam. Rena
McGregor. W. F. Duncan
and Grank Zink, Insane .
W. M. Oliver, transporting W.
F. Duncan, in sane, from
Al Fair, watermaster dept. .. .
J. M. Bilton. do '.
D. J. McFaul, recording certi
ficates; investigating dlp
therla cases '
Chas. H. Marsh, Co. Judge,
J. A. Yeager, Sealer of Weights
John Halley, Jr. Juvenilis of.
H. B. Longley, traffice officer
C. W. Lassen, mlscel
W. & Ih E. Cnrley, Surveyors
Dr. o. S. Newson, mlscel. ....
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co., all of.
Chas. H. March. Co. Judge sal.
G. 1 Dunning, Co. Com., do .
B. E. Anderson, do ..........
A.. C. Funk, Dep. Sheriff, do
J. C. Marin, do
J. A. Blakley, do
Jan. B. Welch, Dep. Clerk, do
H. H. DeHart, do
Joyce Hays, steno., do ......
B. 8. Burroughs. Dep. rec, do 135.00
Hazel Strain, Dep. Assessor . . 80.00
Dr. D. J. McFaul, Health Of. 24.60
Cuv Cook. ..' 100.00
E. It, Mortimore. 100.00
I Howard J. Knutson, traffic of. 45.00
Ed Lann:ngg. 1-00
Aubrey E. Perry, Watermaster 199.95
General lCnod Kami,
Joe Plcard, right of way 250.00
Ed Hoon. et al labor Dlst No. 2 172.00
Robert Walden. et al do 3 62.00
C. W. Avery, et al do 6.. 153.75
J. F. Snyder, supplies .la
.Tones A Jones do 1.91
L. M. O'Harra. et al labor 5 7 37.00
Jones oe Jones, supplies 5 7.55
J. F. Bnydcr. do 7 1-60
Fosa-Winship Hdw Co. do 8-9 4.95
Tum-A-Lum Lbr. Co., do 7.85
Geo. Strand, labor 13 150.00
R. O. Earnheart, et al, labor 14 186.00
K. H. Hartung, et at, labor 14. . 41.25
Jens Jensen, do 19 50.00
W. A. Ford, et al, do 17 33.00
W. J. Wattenberger. do 18 ... 249.25
Robert Heoft, do 19 9.00
Thos. Jacques, et al do 22 64.00
It. E. Roy supplies 7.70
Bond Auto Co., do 1.50
C. O. Brasher Hdw Oo., do .. 2.75
John M. Wynn. et al labor 23. . 115.50
J T. Huston, et al, do 26 . . . . . 201.00
Casey 1-br. Co.. supplies 27 14.40
J. F. Thompson et al, labor 29. 39.00
Roy Rew. do 108.75
D. Checsman. et al, do 34 . . . .'. 36.50
Al Fair, supplies 3 50
Inland Empire Lbr. Co., do 36 24.96
Newport Cons. Co.. do 11.00
Harry C. Rogers, et al, labor 41 689.00
Tum-A-Lum Lhr. Co., supplies 41.26
Newport Cons. Co., do 150.00
Philip Jones, labor 42 40.60
E. W. MeComaa, supplies 42... 34.40
Frank Wauganian. et al lbr 44 46.13
B. U Burroughs, supplies.,.,. (,00
XJ cents . , . . ,, fr-- J.
Turkish and Domestl&Tobaccos "Blended r j
Pacific Tel. Tel Co., rd mastr 20.06
A. Ek Perry, et al, surveying rds 88.60
Alexanders, supplies 5.00
Tribune Co., pub resolution for
establishing road 4.80
I G. Frazler, sups roadmstr.. 7.80
Ehelers Garage, do 3.25
Warren Cons. Co., paving. .. .1000.00
- Bond Kund.
Oldfield & Peterson, supplies. . 10.50
Jerard & Temple, do 125.00
R. F. Klrkpatrick, feed 738.35
A. Ragsdale, board of men. . . . , 36.4 9
Sturgis & Storie, supplies 7.78
Pendleton Trading Co., do . . 602.59
Electric Service Station, do . . . 1.55
Downey's Market, do ' 163.00
Newport Cons. Co., do 140.00
Eastern Motor Co., do 60.48
Frank Neagle, do 18.60
J. L. Vaughan, do 14.10
McClintock A Simpson, do . . . 30.00
Pendleton Rubber Co., do.... 97.00
Pendleton Meat Co... do 40S.46
W. C. Warden, do 25.60
Grattans Transfer, hauling.... 27.60
Grace A. Gilliam, prepaid ex., 146.51
Alexanders, supplies .1518.44
Pendleton Auto Co., do 19.05
George C. Baer Co.. do '. 86.50
R. E. Phelps, rdmster prepd ex 38.33
Tum-AlLum Lbr. Co 18.00
J. B. Beebe, labor 271.50
The Inland Empire Lbr. Co... 16.79
i r x- ....... . i i . . nn
F. M. Scrivener's blacksmith ,
Echo Auto Co., supplies 65.87
Echo Merc Co., do 51.75
J. F. Bell, do 36.00
Wm. EL Chase Co., do 3.00
Concrete Pipe Co., do , 745.74
Simpson Auto Co., do 62.95
Simpson Tire Service Co., do. . 212.36
Weston Meat Co., do 150.36
J. M. York, do , 441.00
ine weston uarago, do 2.50
Milton Garage, do 238.65
Western Auto Co., do 66.08
T. C. Elliott Co., do 466.62
H. G. Beckius, do J. 28.00
Cheshire Hdw Co., do ! 130.00
Warren Cons. Co., do 172.50
The Economy Cash Store, do. j 61.58
Hlrsch-Wels Mfg. Co., do .... .Z87.00
Hirsch-Wels Mfg. Co., do . . j 87.00
Casey Lbr. Co., do 74.46
Clyde Equipment Co.. scrapers
and plows 334.00
B. L. Burroughs, supplies 40.60
Thompson's Drug Store, do . 2.18
Tum-A-Lum Lbr. Co., do .... 90fi0
H. W. Ireland, do ., 3.C0
Allen-Knight Co., do 128.46
Taylor Hdw. Co., do 776.16
W. I. Gadwa, do 2.00
Joe Baltezore, do ' 13 00
E. E. Gervais, labor 15.00
W. F. Koss, supplies 396.38
Ecclcs &. Smith, do i 181.19
Russell Grader' Mfg Co!, sups. , 65.00
Overland Rales Co., do 63.48
Alta Feed Yard, do 9.75
Petit Feather Co 62.84
Hodson-Feenaughty Co., do.. 121.33
Crawford it Hedges, do 11.00
Wm. Kidd acct Smythe-Loner-
gan Co 1.33
Maeder Steel Products Co. sup-
rilos ; 245S.S7
John Tomple, Jr., et al horse
E M. Shaw, et -nh ofc rdir.ntr. . 371.70
Inlcnd Empire Lbr. Co., sups.. 98. 42
Ft.mdard Oil Co., do 37I.T3
Cni'-'p "D" Dry Creek payroll 4iti.!)4
Cnmp ' H" do . . . .' s. 2''i.!5
I'.'oirc & Meyer, do 9D.50
KING DELIGHTED WITH
WELCOME, BUT QUEEN
NOT QUOTED AT RENO
SANTA BARBARA. Oct. 11.
"Bill'' Nye, state department spe
clul agent In charge of the Royal
tour, today related the following
story. "When we were entering
Reno 1 told King Albert we were
entering the city famous for the
case with which divorces are ob
tained. The king replied 'and
Just think, they are giving us
freedom of the city.' "
I will occupy the rooms formerly occu
pied by Dr. Reber, rooms 10, 11,. 12, Belts
Bldg., about October 15. -They are now be
ing remodeled but will be open for business
on or about that date.
Dr. H. S. McKENZIE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist
et. 15, 1919
10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. - '
On the George Ness farm, 17 miles Northwest of Pendleton; 12 ' miles
East and 3 miles North of Stanfield; 17 miles East and two South of-Hermis-ton,
the following described property will be sold at Public Auction to highest
Camp "K" Price Davis, do
pmp "R" repair thop, do. .
rfiiriiiysldc-Cmaplne Dist., do
'rke & frnln, d
Oimp "C" Ackerm.in. do . .
ibage Hill Camp "A," do .
C-.mp "B," Wm. Kidd. d . . . .
Cabbage Hlll-Frcel"nd Co., do
l tii. i r,
When a man gets lonesome he he-
eins to renlic what poor company he
26 Mules, good ones. ' t
2 Horses, good leaders.
12 Sets Butt Chain Harness.
3 Vi Studcbakcr Wagons, almost
1 Vi Winona Wagon.
i Wheat Racks.
1 Wagon with hay rack.
1 Good Hay Rack.
2 Feed Racks and Wagons.
2 7-16 Superior Drills, good.
FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON '
TERMS: All sums under $50 cash. All sums over $50, 2 per cent dis
count for cash. . On all sums over $50 time will be given until October 1 1920,
on approved notes, bearing 8 per cent interest ' i t
1 Vitrol Vat, almost new. i .
1 Binder, only cut 40 acres.
1 Mowing Machine. . , .
4 12-ft. Blades, good. -
1 16-16 Disc Harrow, good.
2 24-ft. Harrows.
2 3-bottom, 16-in. Oliver Plows.
3 10-Horse Shondonoh Hitches.
2 Good Water Troughs. '
Other things too numerous to mention.
E. L. SMITH, Clerk.
COL. W. F. YOHNKA, Auctioneer.