II HEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO laportant Occurrences Of The Past Week From Cities In Our State FRUIT GROWERS ORGANIZE Aeeoclatlon Will Take In Grower In Three Adjoining State. Botees Artlclea of Incorporation re filed for what la declared to be a of the largest fruit combinations ta the country The organisation will be known aa the Idaho-Oregon Fruit Orowera' association and will Include unite of fruit men In four states, hiding Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montana. The organization will uae Spokane M a central diatiibutlng point, and xpects to have branchea In all the Important citlea of the east Each of the nine dlstrtcta repreaented In the aaaoctatlon la to have two representav tlTea at the central distribution point, who will look after their intereaU. The Spokane office will watch the astern markets and ship according to demand, and will prevent the flood ing of the markets In nny one place. The Idaho unit will constat, of south ern Idaho and Malheur county In Ore gon, and will have Payette for Ha headquarters. Hood River, Yakima, Walla Walla And Lewlston are aome of the other units In the aaaoctatlon, ml th.'y will all look to Spokane for blpplnu onlera. Great Oxbow Tunnel Nearly Ready. Huntington. Considerable activity la being ahown at the Oxbow project of the Idaho-Oregon Light A- Power company. Between SO and 80 carloada of material have been sent to the alte through thla point during the paat two weeks. Great turbine wheels. Im mense steel tuhtng, and other material indicate that work la finally under way to flnlab thla Immense and costly work, which means that Rnah river Is to be lifted clear from Ita bed and turned Into a tunnel cut clear through the mountain aide. The river runs In Ita natural channel aome seven or eight miles around the base of the mountain; the engine, however, have out a tunnel clear through the mountain, a distance of three-quarters of a mile only, from aide to side, and through thla narrow, short tunnel the wholo of the water of the Snake la to flow, creating power that will be almoat Immeasurable when the river Is at flood. "DANDREX" Hair Tonic Alias Summons Bla Log Drive Expected. KelloKv--The log-drive on the north fork of the Coeur d'Alene river will be between 40.000,000 and 60,000, 000 feet, according to John Carter, one of the largest operatora In the dlatrlct He reports that while the deep enow caused aome of the enmpa to shut down for a time, he waa able to keep bis crews going throughout the winter. Land Caae la Finally Ended. Lewlaton. With the official filing f the plat at the looal land ofrice of the Craig Donation claim, the closing barters were written in one of the longest drawn-out land casee ever la the courts of the state. The land waa donation claim of (140 acres from the government to William Craig la 1S60. It was acquired from the Craig heirs by Mr. Caldwell, of Cul d Sao, whose widow now owns the claim. The first official survey waa made In 190S and alx different surveys have slnoe been made. The claim haa beea la litigation alnce the fifties and has been through all courta of the state, and to the United Statea supreme oourt. INDICTMENT IS DISMISSED Case Against Receiver of State Bank of Commerce le Abandoned. Viil. . o. The indictment against Wllllii'ii O. Pierce, formerly deputy state I i k commissioner and receiver of the d Timet Flank of Commerce of thla city, has been dismissed. The barge upon which l'lerce was Indict ed by the grand Jury waa for the al leged embezzlement of 11300 of the funda of tho bunk while he wi.h m ting as receiver, the indictment being filed October 2, 1911. Cannot Find Outlaw. Coeur d'Alene. Sheriff A. F. Hally and Deputy Hurry Sawyer, who have for aeverul duys buon in tho vicinity of St. Maries on a quiet hunt for Ed Sutherland, who entered the home and attacked Edith Sombs, a 17 year-old girl of St. Maries, returned to this ity without their man. He la be lleveit to be hiding within a few miles from St. Martea. The authorities wilt till ooutloue the search. In the Circuit Ooart of the State of Oregon, for Malbeur County. Gilbert L. King. Plaintiff. vs. W. 8. Osrey and BenJ. T. Ulo, Defendants. To W. 8 Oarey and HenJ. T. Ulo. Defendants. In the name of the state of Oregon. You and each of you are hereby reqtil eii to appear and answer the cnmplnlnt tiled against yon ant ench of yon In the above entitled ease and mute in the above entitled Court on or be fore six (0) weeks from Hie date of the first publication ol this summons, which first publication Is on tbs 20tb day of February, 1913, and the time wllh.n which yon ahall appear and answer will expire April 3. 1013, tbls being tho time mentioned In the order directing the publication of tbls sum mona, and If yon fall to appear and answer said complaint oo or before aid six wesks, the dofendnnt will apply to tbe Oourt for the relief prayed for lo bis complain t. towlt: For decree and Judgment fore closing that certain mortgage msde and delivered by you on tbe 30tb day of April. 1010. to Gilbert L. King and given oo Lot number 15 in blook number seventy -six, la the Oily of Ontario, Coanty of Malheur. Bute of Oregon, to secure tbe psyment of certain promissory note of even date therewith, for tbe sum of one hundred dollars and Interest at 10 per cent pr annum from datu and for each other relief as Hie Court may deem just and reasonable. This summons ia published by order of linn Dslton Biggs, Jndge of the Circuit Court or the Stat,- of Oregon, for Malheur County, whlcb order Is duted Februsry 13, 1013. snd directs that this summons be served upou you by being published once eaob week for u pei lo I of six (0) ooueeoutlve weeks In tbe regular isaue of the Ontario Argus. Data of tlrat publication February 20. 1013. Date of last publication April 3, 1013. Gilbert L. King, Plaiutln. The best known remedy for all diseases of the scalp Take no substitutes It keeps the hair healthy, lustrous and preserves the natural color. Guaranteed by the American Druggists Corporation. For Sale by all Druggists of C. B. Sanders of Rathdrum reoelved by parcel post a larga ooooanut wrap ped only in Ita natural ahell. It was from Dolby, Fla.. and had 42 cents la stamps besides the address pasted on It The case of the state against Sam uel G. Smith of Caldwell, charged with embezzlement, waa ended when the jury In the case returned a verdict of aot guilty. James J. McBride, deputy game war den at Bund Point, has Juat r. turned from trip Into the Priest la l S coun try to investigate, alleged kl' g deer out of season. He arrested . Brlgg, who was fined B0 by Justice of tbe Peace J. C. Ftiistud at PrUst river. Jullaetta has agalu experienced frig id temperutures. the thermometer reg istering from eight lo fifteen above aero this VI I ' lu Ihe district couit ut Wallace, Frank Wilson who wub convicted of assault with a deadly weapon upon John Karhu, was glveu un indetermin ate sentence of from six months to two years la tbe stute penitentiary. The uiteway Lee Construetlon bompany t Bolao weu tho low bid dors on tl j construct! n of tba -ai baUdeag at PooaUllo Summons Iii the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Malheur, D. B. Purcell. Plaintiff vs. The Oregon Short Lin Railway Com pany, (Oregon Short Line Railroad Company succeasor In interest) The Idaho and Oregon Land Improvement Company, James W. Virtue, Robert E Strahorn, trustee, and Mary June Janney. Defendants. To The Idaho and Oregon Land Im provement Company, James W. Virtue, Robert E. Strahorn, trustee, and Mary Jane Janney, of the above named defendants. In the nwM of th State of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and anawer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit by Fri day, the 4th day of April, 1918, or for want thereof, plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief therein demanded, namely, for a decree forever barring any right or claim which you may have in the followingdescribed real property towit: M 16, 17. 18 and 19 in Block No 21, in the City of Ontario, Malheur '.... Orairon. ThtB summons is served upon you by publication thereof, in the Ontario Argus for si consecu tive weeks, beginning on the 20th day of February, 1913. and ending on the 3rd day of April. 1913. by order of Hon palton Biggs, Circuit Judge of the above entitled Court Dated February 18th, 1913. C. McUonagill. Attorney for Plaintiff. Summons In the Circuit Court of the State Oregon for Malheur County. Jacob Prinzingf Plaintiff, vs. R. M. Reard and Lena F. Beard, husband and wife, L. A. Corey, and J. B. McClelland, Defendants. To R. M. Beard, Lena F. Beard, L. A. Corey and J. B. McClelland, the above named defendants: In the name of Ihe State of Oregon. You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitlod suit on or before the 4th day of April, 1913, and if you fail to so appear, for waut thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for tho relief prayed for in his complaint on file herein; the aaid relief being the foreclosure of plsintiff's mortgage upon the following described real property, towit: All of lots 14, 15, 16. 17. 18, 19 and 20 in Block 168 in the City of Ontario, Malheur County, Oregou; for Judgment against the defendants, R. M. Beard and Lena F. Beard, L. A. Corey and J, B. McClelland, for tbe sum of 88H), with interest thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from the 1st day of October, 1910, and for the further sum of 100 attorney's fees and for Jibs costs and disbursements of the suit; that a decree may be made for the sale of the said premiaea by the sheriff of Malheur county, Oregon, and that the proceeds of aaid ssle may be applied in payment of the amounts due to the plaintiff, and that said defendants and each of them, and all persons clsiming by, through or under said defendants or either or any of them, either a pur chasers, incumbrance or otherwise, may be barred and foreclosed of all rights, claim or equity of redemption in or to the laid premises; for judgment against said defendants, R. M. Beard and Lena F. Beard, for any deficiency which may remain after applying all the proceeds of the ssle of said premiaea properly appucaoie io me satisfaction of said judgment; that the plaintiff or any party to this suit may become a purchaser at said aale, and that the purchaser le let into the im mediate possession of said premiaea, You will alao take notice that thia summons is served upon you by publica tion in the Ontario Argus, a newspaper printed and published weekly at Onta rio, Malheur County, Oregon, and of general .-i regulation in said Malheur County, by virtue of an order of the Hon George W. McKnight, Judge of the County Court of the State of Ore gon for Malheur County, which order bears date the 17th day of February, 1913, and by which order it is directed that thia summons be served upon you hi nnhlication in the above named newspaper for six full consecutive weeks, and that you appear and answer the saina on or before April 4th, 1913. 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Willamette Meri dian. baa filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to estab lish claim to the laud above desoribed, before Harry B. Qrauel. U. 8. Com missioner, at Outario. Oregon, on the 24tb day of March, 1913. Olalmant namea as witness: lieuieu W. Clemeut, of Ontario, Oregou; Roy B. Kelley. of Weiser, Idaho; Oeorge Tbiei. or rayetie, Idaho; A. R. White, of Ontario. Oregon. Uiuoe K, Hester. Register. BW. 3NT WA mmtBWfmsJmsm ST. LOUIS. MO. Administrator's Notice In the County Oourt of the state of Oregon for Malheur County. In the matter of the estate of Clemen tloe Chambers, deceased. Notioe is hereby glvan that tbe the undersigned baa been duly ap pointed by tbe County Court of tbe State of Oregon, for Malbeur County, administrator of tbe estate of aaid Clementine Chambers, deceased. All DeraoDs havina claims against tbe estate of aaid Clementine Chambers, deoeaasd, are hereby required to preaent the same to the undersigned with proper vouotaers as by law re quired witbln sis months from date hereof. Dated at Ontario. Oregon, this "27th day of February. 1913. George W. Cbambera, Administrator of tbe estate of Clem eut'ue Chambers, deceased. j Vale U105U NOTION FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tbs Interior, (J. & Laud Office at Vale, Oregon, ftbrarr 20tb. 1913. Notice is hereby given tbst Mary F, Wrlnales. of Ontario, Oregon, so, on August 10th, 1911. made Haas stead Application, No. 01950, for 1 NEi sad HWJ NKL Heo 17 Tp. 17 a, Range 47 E., Willamette Meridlas, has tiled notice of intention to nail Final Commutation Proof, t, est Link oliilm to tbe land above describe), before the Register stid Rsoelver, U. 8. Laud Ottloe. at Vale, Oregoo, oi the 51b day of April. 1013. Claimant names as witnesses: M. W. Jonss, Rorzis K. Jon, Pearl Crane, of Ontario. Orajros; Melvin 8. Spaulding. of I'systu, Idaho. Bruoe R. Kestsr. Regittsr. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department ot tbe Interior, U. & Land Offloe at Vale. Oregon, Fsbrs ary 13tb. 1913. Notioe is hereby given tbst Mi Cornelia Roe, of Peyette, Idaho, wbo. on April 28tb. 1911. msde Homestead Application. No 01821, for tbe8WJ . BWi, Beotion 3, Towiiitiip n Range. 47 E., Willamette Meridlas, has fllsd notioe of Intention to mat Flasl CommutstloD proof, to ssUbllsb claim to tbs land above describes, before Hsrry B. Oraol, U. a Cast" missloner, at Ontario, Oregoo, on U 25th day of March, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: J. R. Langley. Ed Putoum. C. 0. Darnell. M. a Spanldiog. of Payetta, Idaho. Hru.w R. Xester. HtgTSwm QSi Market Report Corrected Feb. 27, for tbs bea of Argua readers by tbe Malb.or Mr oantile Compauv. Eggs, per dozen. 25a. Butter, per pound, 30a Oats, per hundred. 11.50. Wheat, per hundred, 11.60. Hay, per ton, 16. Potatoes, per hundred, ou- Onions, per hundred, W-00- . Apptaa, per bos, .1.00. toll.- Ohiokens, dreseed. per pound, ss. Pork, dreseed. 9 to 10e. Pork, live, 6 to 64c. Veal, 9 to 10a Beef. Ho to 12, . H ni,l n.nara at the Argus offloe oents per hundred. Just wbst ye need to line your cabins aud P under tbe carpet.