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E. & W. Chandler
Cool Weather Goods
I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at my home between
Richland and New Bridge, on
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Nice soft wool and cotton Blankets and Comforts
Wool and Cotton Underwear; the nice, soft, fleecy kind
Mackinaws and Sweaters
Men's Woolen Shirts
Fall and Winter Millinery' in Large Variety
Wool and Mixed Dress Goods j
Silk Waistings and Suitings
rvf1on-orv Lct us savc you money on
jcilLivIliCii. your winter suit and overcoat.
We can do it.
JOHN GRAVEN, Prop.
Fresh and Salt Meats of All Kinds
Fresh Fish and Ranch Butter
Highest Prices Paii for Hides and Pelts at all times
Disc Harrow, 12-18
Wood Frame Harrow
Single Shovel Plow
.Two Work Horses
Six Tons Hay
225 lbs. Wheat
100 lbs. Corn
1 Set Light Work Harness
20 Gallons Vinegar
I Cook Stove
3 Heating Stoves
1 Parlor Set
G Dining Room Chairs
J Intension Table
1 Stand Table
1 Book Case
5 pair Bed Springs
1 Hall Tree
1 Quilting Frnirfc
28 Yards Carpet
Cooking Utensils and Numerous Other Articles
Sale will commence promptly at 10 o'clock
Free Lunch at Noon
. All sums under $25 rash; on : urns over $25 n
note with approved security -fill be accepted
Come early. You will find something you need and th& you
can buy at a price you set yourself
L, E. CHANDLER, Owner
C. E. THORP,
JUSI A IK1MU MM
The need for a bettor rorj be
tween Richland and Baker is
made strongly apparent by the
letter printed below, which vas
written by Mr. Wro. J. Lschner
of the Rand Realty Co., Eaker:
"I sure had an awful trip frtm
Richland to Baker on Sunday,
Sept. 21st. My wife and self left
there a few minutes after 7 and
did not reach here until 5 p. m.
It. rained as you know all day.
Climbing the Richland grade one
of the chains came off a hind
wheel and we tugged and pulled
and backed for half an hour be
fore we realized the trouble; at
last two other autos came to my
rescue, and, after getting the
chain adjusted and putting on an
extra heavy log chain, we reached
the summit of the grade in safety.
In getting 'out again and in again'
I was covered with mud and
drenched with rain, yet this was
like a 'Summer Night's Dream'
to what was to follow. Shortly
after leaving Sparta the car skid
ded and ran off a culvert and how
we escaped capsizing the good
Lord only knows. After compli
menting ourselves over our for
tunate escape we sailed along un
til we reached the stone house at
the top of the hill when we had a
hind wheel blowout; our car skid
ded criss-cross twice and then
plunged into a rail and barb wire
fence, throwing rails in every di.
rection. snapping the wire and
leaving us stranded in a plowed
field. Well, after ..bout two hours
hard work and wi'.h the assistance
of several ty&ssers-ly, we man
aged to get started again. Every
thing ran alon?: smoothly for sev
eral miles when one of the front
tires had a blow. -oat. stranding us
for another hour or so. After we
got started again we had no fur
ther trouble on our homeward
journey. But 3he was some trip,
Mr. Thorp, and one we shall
ECONOMIC AND MILITARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
In addition to cemplsto couraot In amoral and
eclsntlflc education, olfum lull opportunity In
MILITARY DRILL, DOMESTIC SCIENCE
ARTS AND COMMERCE
Plan for effective futuro aorvlca. Your country:
nosdilt. Sand forfroe llluatrated booMata.Troln
tho Brain for Ptiaco or War" and "Tha Woman and ,
the University." Addrats Roclttrar,
19 UHIVERSITY OF OREGON, Euocne, Orerjon
Second Liberty Loan.
The second Liberty Loan sub
scription is now offered to the
public. Its features are:
Amount $5,000,000,000 or more
the excess not to exceed one-half
of the amount of over-subscription.
Terms of bonds Maturity 25
years; redeemable at th option of
the secretary of the treasury in
Denomination $50 and multi
ples of $50.
Interest rate Four per cent
payable semi-annually on Novem
ber 15 andMay 15.
Terms of Payment Two per
cent upon application, 18 percent
November 15, 40 per cent Decem
ber 14, and 40 per cent January
Where to buy them -At the
bank or postofiice.
Highest price paid for butter
and eggs at Moat Market. ad
At the Methodist Church
Rev. A. L. Thoroughman, Pre
siding Elder of the Oregon Dis
trict, will preach both morning
and evening. The Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper at 11 o'clock.
Rev. J. M. Johnson will preach at
New Bridge atll a. m; Rev Thor
oughman at Pleasant Ridge in the
afternoon. The hour before the
evening sermon will be spent in
prayer for the baptism of the
Holy Ghost. Everybody who be
lieves in this true baptism and
desires it above everything else
should be at this service. Every
Arthur Thomas, Pastor.
$50 tfeward for Deserters
Every man who failed to report
to his local exemption board for
military service when notified to
do so is listed in the army draft
records as a deserter. A reward
of $50 in ca3h will bo paid for the
delivery of any such deserter to
tho nearest army camp or post.
There are at present but about 30
of this kind of slaekervelcsprteis
in Oregon, and the Provost Mar
shal General at Washington has
ordered a slate-wide hunt and
the men will no doubt be quickly
W. E. Saunders is visiting with
his family in Halfway this week.
He has the Gover bungalow about
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Olllro at J-n Grande, Ore
gon, R"pt. l'-'tli, 1017.
Notice in hereby v.m thttt David I),
Jacobtt, cf Itichlnnd, Oregon, who, on
Doe. i!7th, 1010, inudo Hoinentond Kntry
No. 08020. for H 1-2 NJ3 1-1, Sec. 8. S U'i
NW 1-1, Hc. 0, To. l)S., It. 41 K., V. M.,
and on April 2, lOlli, tnndo Ad. II. 13.
No. 01441)7, for N 1-H NK 1-4, Bee. 8, and
W 12 NIC 1-1, faction I), Towimhlp I)
South , IlanKo l l KiiHt, Willamette Mor
id tun , law filed notice of intention to
make five-year proof, to entiii)llnli claim
to tho land above donerlbed, before
Woodoon L. I'litturnon, Unltod KtatoH
Cotnmintjlonor, (It IiIh offico at Maker,
Orison, on tliu Mtli day of NoyoniDcr,
Claimant namea as wltnoHHoa: Ann
field Hales, Howard Jacobu, and Harry
Jacobs, all of Illchlaiid, Orison, and
Grant Morgan, of Maker, Oregon,
0. Bi DUNN, Hculator,
NOTICE ror. PUBLICATION,
DEPART. "it.NT OF THi: IN 1 1 'M.)!
I'. S. m '. Utfic lit !.i t
, Atitfit -'"Hi, 1MI7.
Ntli'ii rt'hr glvun tl n' I- '' h
ol ItK'lilun I. Oi'K'd), wlm, ". I1 tl,
l!i!'i, nnulo lliiiiimU'l Kntrv x- ,
fur K -'J SV Ve. 17, '. I S W i t,
Si, -jo. 1'p. ft., R. 44 K., .u. I ..i. ' . v
L 111! I, iitmlo A l. H. K , Ni. ' 11. I -r
W l-J NH I I. SW t4 T. !', ii d N
1 KV .,8i tioniu Titiilit!'i -out I,,
limiKii U I tt't, WillmiM'lt Miuiliiiii,
llll!4 Mill IllltilV "( IllliHIti'HI to (I). kl ttl
yimr l'roof, In i clulilltili claim I" iU- land
nbovo dtjM'rllHtl, Imfoio A. 1 (''iniliH,
.lr., Cltrk nl c Micult Court of linker
County, at liln olllro at linker. nvon,
on the -M 1 1 1 1 ilay cf Octolior, 101, .
Claimant numox an witnuHKt'H J ilin
Hoyni and Janw Itoyeu, of linker, Oro
uoii i Jimmi Sinelaii' iuhI IIovMtrd .laobo,
of lticliliif.il, Oregon ,
O. H. DUNN, IteKiHtor.
FlrHt pitbllnitlon Hept. IM, 1017.
Kuxt imblleation Oct. II, III17.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Depaitment of tho Interior,
U. K. Lund Orili'o al I.u Grande, Ore
KOti, A uuitHt L'Ttli, 1017.
NOTICK i Iioreby uivtm that TliomaM
J. Iloiihton, of Ito'ilnnttu, Oreuon, who
on Koptumbor 17, 11)11, made HomeHlead
Kntrv No. 01:17:18, for SV 1-4 NV 1-1,
VV 12 SV 1-1, Hcc. 8, N H l-l HI-) 1-1,
Kec. 7, and on Ati'. 0, 10HI, madn Ad, H.
13. No. Oi:i78, for W l-'NW 1-1, B?c. 17,
and 13 1-2 N13 1-1, Suction 18, TowiiNhlp
0 Hoiilh, Itunuo 47 Kaut, Wlllanustto
Meridian, Iiuh' II led notice of Intention
(o make thrcuyear I'rool to the land
above deHcrlbud, before Charles J. Bind
(on, United BtatH CommtaHioncr, at his
ofllce, at Halfway, Oregon, on thu'.'.'lrd
dav of October, 1017.
Claimant namcH na wltiicfiHoa: John
M, Greene, of Hlchland, Oregon ; Van N,
Houston, llornard M.Groenu, und Kalph
N, CarrtitherH. allof Hoblnette, Oregon.
O. 8. DUNN, IteKlHtor.
First publication Hunt. 13, 1017.
Last publication Oct, lit 1017,