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UNION NATIONAL BANK
CHARJ^OTTE. N. C.
We cordially invite the banking business of men and officers of
Every courtesy and accommodation extended consistent with
H. M. VICTOR. President D. P. TILLETT, Cashier
A. G. TROTTER. Asst. Cashier.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
HORSES, MULES, HARNESS
AND RIDING BRIDLES
AT AUXILIARY REMOUNT DEPOT
NO. 306, CAMP GREENE,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
~~14 + auction to the highest bidders the following
There will be sold at public au .,. ” on hand at Auxiliary
Government Animals, Harness arm Kid g >
Remount Depot, No. 306, Camp Greene, N. C., at 9 a. m., heb. iv.
FIVE HUNDRED FIFTY (550 RIDING OR
DRIVING HORSES. tipattt
TWO HUNDRED FORTY TWO (242) DRAFT
° SK^HUNDRED (600) FINE MULES ranging in
weight from 900 to 1400 pounds.
T^o Hundred (200) Sets New Harness ?[oo?Nhw
red (100) New Saddles, One Hundred (100) New
^ Thei^Sals were purchased by Government for
over-sea service and are in good condition.
Arrangements have been made with the
Transportation Agents to have cars
ing pens before day of sale so there will
or inconvenience to buyers, who
Officers and enlisted men will be allowed to bid.
TERMS OF SALE
Cash or certified check at time of purchase.
Sale will be held under shelter.
Leather halter will be furnished with each animal
Lunch will be obtainable on the grounds.
Do not forget tke date of Sale
February 19th, 1919
This is the last opportunity to purchase splendid
horses and mules at your own price at Camp Greene.
J. w. CORBETT, 1st Lieut., Q. M. G.,
Quartermaster and Adjutant.
Toomev Plumbind and Heating Company
Kxpeirt Sanitary and Heating Engineers
Offiee and Salesrooms = 39 Sooth Church St.
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