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BUSINESS : : PROFESSIONS : : TRADES
W. H. BROOKE, R. W. 8WAGLER,
Attorneys at law, rooms 13, 14, 15
Wilson nidfp., Ontario, Orrgon.
CHARLES C. ZWEIGART
Wilson Building. Ontario, Ore
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice In All Courts
Notary Public. Office Over Postofflct
LESLIE J. AKER
Room 9, First National Bank Bldg.
Mcculloch & wood
Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commer
cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore.
FORI) GARAGE Wright A Coward,
rWpfc Ontario, Oregon.
E. FIFER, Ontario, Oregon.
DR. W. G. HOWE
Telephone First National Bank
No. 732 Huilding.
DR. I). C. BRETT
Office 2nd door cast of Ontario Phar
macy on Nevada Avenue
Near R. R. Depot.
ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders takon
for cut flowers. Argus Office, Ontario,
iirqon Short Line Time fable
Ontario, Oregon, November Kth 1914
TIMK TABLE NO. T
17 Oregon Wash. Limited 4:22 am
76 Huntington I'assanger tt:3A n m
19 Oregon Wash. Express (1:33 p m
6 Fast Mail 6:16 p m
18 Oregon WmmIi. Limited 2:61 a m
76 lioise Passenger 8:60 a in
4 Eastern Express 12:12 p m
6 Oregon Wash. Express 6:33 p m
OREGON- EASTERN BRANCH
139 Mixed, leaves Monday,
Wednesday and Friday 9:00 a m
140 Mixed, arrives Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday 1 :30 p m
VALE A BROGAN BRANCH
141 Mixed Vale and UroKsn
Daily except Sunday 10:002a in
97 Paasanger, Vale daily 7:00 p m
98 Passenger, from Vale
daily 8:40 a m
142 Mixed from Hrogan
and Vale Daily except v
Sunday 3;30 p m
The Homedale train leaves Nyaaa
12:45 on Tuesday, Tnuraday aud
(Saturday, returniug, arrive at On
tario at 6 p. in
UN1TKU I'llhSIIV TtKIAN
Bible school at 10 a. in. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. in. Young peo
ples meeting at 7:15 p. m.
The church is here to help the people
and the community. You can make a
more potent force. Come to any or all
of the services and you will find a wel
come. W. N. Bkown, Pastor.
Mass at 10 a. in. Sunday mornings.
H. A. CAMPO, Rector.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Preach
ing, morning, 11:00 a. m., evening 8:00
Yoj need the church the church '
-eeJ you "Let's get together."
C. C. PRATT, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Morning Service 11:00 a. m
Evening Service 7:30 p. m
B. Y. P. U :30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting. .Wednesday Evening
Bible Study Thursday Evening
A hearty invitation is extended to
m DAVID E. BAKER, Pastor.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. in.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Endeavor, 7:00 p. m.
Evening Service, 8:00 p. m.
REV. PHILIP KOEN1G.
The best in the line of fresh and cure
Meats at lowest prices. Ontario Ma
DRS. PRINZING A WEESE
Office In New Wilson Block.
D. B. COLCORD, M. D.
Office in New Wilson Dlock
Ontario ----- Oregon
Dr. Harriet Scan
Dr. Pauline Seam
Graduates American School of Osteo
pathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Wilson Block. Telephone 154 Blk
MOORE LIVERY & FEED STABLE
The best barn and service is our motto
H. L. POORMAN, Plumbing, Heating
and Tinware, Galvanized Iron. All
J. B. Burrell, Ontario, Ore. Call and
see our fine line of photos.
ART DUNNUCK, Cleaning, Pressing
and Tailoring. Phone 84 J. OpposiU
ft COPE. THE TAILOR Tailoring,
pressing and cleaning.
TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND EX-
Meet all Mr .mm.
J. H. FARLEY Funeral director
and embalmer. Lady assistant. Phone
ttW Ontario, Oregon.
Prices quoted below are general re
tail prices prevailing in Ontario and
are in no case special sale prices:
Asparagus, per lb, 10c.
Apples, box, 75c.
Rudishes 5c a bunch.
Rhubarb 6c a pound.
Spinach, 10c lb. 3 lbs 25c
Hannnas, doi 30c
lieans. navy 10c lb. 3 for 26c
Id an . , Mexican, lb 7c
Butter, ranch, lb., 20c.
Butter, creamery, lb., 30c.
Cabbage, i.ew, lb., 4c.
Cauliflower 15c and 20c.
Celery, bunch 10c
Cheese, fancy, lb. 20o
Figa, package 10c
Fresh tomatoes, per lb., 20c.
Flour, high patent, aack $1.90
SuKar, cane, per cwt. $6.90
Flour, straight grade, sack $1.75
Garlic, lb 25c
Grupefruit, Florida, each 10c
Honey, struined, pint 20c
Honey, comb, lb. 16c, and 2 for. .25c
lemons, doz 30c
Lettuce, hothouse, lb 25c
lettuce, head 10c
Nuts, English walnut-, lb 25c
Nuts, Braxils, lb 25c
Almonds, lb 26c
Oranges, doz 20c to 40c
Potatoes, sack, $2.
Fresh Pinapple, apiece 40c
New onions, bunch 5c
Rice, lb 8c and 10c
Halibut, lb 20c
Hams, picnic, lb 15c
Ham, per lb 25c
Bacon, per lb 22 'at- to 25c
Head cheese, lb 20c
Hens, lb 20c
Lamb, spring, fore quarters $1.00
Lamb, spring, hind quarters $1.50
Lamb chops, rib, lb 25c
Lamb chops, shoulder, lb 20c
Lard, 10 lbs. $1.60
Mutton chops, lb 18c
Pork chops, loin or rib, lb 20c
Pork, shoulder, lb 18c
Rolled rib roast, lb 28c
Rib roast, prime, lb 22c
Round steak, lb 20.'
Flat-bone tenderloin, lb 28c
Salmon, lb 20c
Kippered salmon, lb 20c
Salt salmon, lb 12Vc
Smoked salmon, lb 30c
Smoked herring, each 6c
Shoulder steak, lb 18c
Shoulder roast, lb 15c
Sirloin steak, lb 25c
Smelts, Columbia river, 2 lbs. for. .26c
Spare ribs, lb 16c
Eggs, ranch, doz 1 7 ' . i
Ham. sliced, lb 30c
Sausage, breakfast, lb 26c
Sausage, country, lb 17 'c
Hoga 6 3-4 to 7 l-4c
Steers 6H to 6
Mutton 4c to i ..
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Malheur.
C. Y. t.icslcr and J. C. Giesler, co
partners as Giesler Brothers, plain
tiffs, vs. H. Tyrce, defendant. Sum
mons. To H. Tyree, tho above named de
fendant: In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled notion on or
before the 24th day of June, 1915, the
same being the last day of the time
prescribed by order of the court di
recting service of summons in this
cause to be made upon you by pub
lication; and if you fail so to answer
for want thereof the plaintiffs will
lake judgment against you on a first
muse of action for $344.15 with in
terest thereon at six per cont per an
num from December 31, 1914, nnd on a
second cause of action for $209 with
interest thereon at six per cent per
annum from January 16, 1915, and for
the costs nnd disbursements of said
action, anil for an order ttt the sale
of your real and personal property
attached by the plaintiffs in .-aid ac
tion. You are further notified that this
summons is served upon you by pub
lication under and by virtue of an or
der of the Hon. Dalton Biggs, judge of
the above entitled court, which snid
order was made and entered on the
8th day of May, 1916, and directed
that this summons be published once
each week for six auccessivc weeks
in the Ontario Argus, commencing
with the issue of May 13, 1916. First
publication is on May 13, 1915, and
last publication is on June 24, 1915.
M'CULLOCH & WOOD,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
First publication May 13.
I a i publication June 24.
Sound Teeth Make a Sound Body
Dr. W. G. Howe
First Class Equipment
First ('lass Work
Over Firat National Bank
Only $1.25 for the following collec
tion of house plants: 1 hcleitrope, 1
falling star, 1 Mad Sail geranium, 1
Madison Harney geranium, 1 ivy ger
anium, 2 begonias, 2 celus, 2 trades
cantias, green and veriegated, 1 Ken
elworth ivy, 1 Vincar Var.
Ontario Floral Co.
Only $1.25 for the following col
lection of bedding plants: 1 double
sweet allsyum, 4 ."sters, 4 verbenias,
2 snap pink dragons, 2 lobelias, 2 bal
soms, 1 moon vine, 2 double petunias,
2 dahlias, 6 Steels mastodon pansies.
Ontario Floral Co.
Beware of Frauds.
Who claim to be authorized repairers
of Bi.-sells Sweepers. We have no
traveling repair men.
BISSELLS SWEEPER CO.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
The Ontario Furniture Co. will
show you how to take care of your
sweeper without cost.
Order your aster plants and chrys
anthemum plants from the Ontario
Floral Co. Headquarters Argus office.
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AMUS. THURSDAY, MAH 8, 1915
MAKING A NEW WALNUT.
Demand For These Nuts Is Growing
Faster Than the Supply.
The demand for walnuts Is growing
much faster than the supply, writes J.
C. Cooper In the Country Gentlemen.
We do not produce In America more
than 20 per cent of what we consume,
and It will take fifty to a hundred
yenrs, with all the encouragement of
the nut experts, to rnlse enough wal
nuts to supply the home demand.
For this reason efforts should be
made to Improve the common black j
walnut. Nearly all the walnuts cross
fertilise readily. The pollen of the
Franguette, Mayette, Me.vlmi, Wilson
and many other vnluuble varieties rosy
readily he Introduced artificially Into
tho plstlllato of tbe black walnut and
In many esse a nut more valuable
than the blnck walnut will result
Even If there Is no notlceuble Im
provement In nuts that haw been arti
ficially fertilized, the products of the
trees grown from tho fertilized nuta
TU COMMON KKOLISH WALNUT.
may show Improvement. The nuts
grown on audi tree will In many cusea
be ki i-.'H ly changed In form and quality.
Thoeo mi oue tree tuny bavo the dis
tinct flavor of tbe black walnut, those
grown on other treee may have the
taste of the common English walnut
Hut somewbere some one la oventually
going- to produce a nut that Is superior
to either parent, aud this Is the variety
that America wants.
A llttlo Htudy of the methods here
shown will unable any one to cbause
the form and taste of nuy walnut. Tbe
walnut tree haa both mala and female
blooms. The male bloom, atnmlnato or
catkin, cornea out at the end of lust
year's wood; the female bloom, pistil
or nut bloom, cornea oat at tbe cod ot
tbe new growth each spring. Tbo pis
til or nut bloom produces the walnut
when properly fertilised by the pollen
of tbe catkin.
The pollen of tbe catkin Is a fickle
and fleeting Impalpable yellow powder
aud may bo borne aowo dUtanco on tho
wind It Is carried by tbe breeze or by
Insects aud sometimes fertilizes nut
blooms ou trees that have no catkin
mora tbau a mile away.
It la best to find a young black wal
nut tree Just coming Into bearing aud
far removed from all other walnut
trees. Carefully remove all catkins
before they mature or release any pol
len. It la beat to remove them beforo tbe
buda begin to swell In tbe spring.
Then when the pistils are open touch
tbe flowers with a camel's hair brush
dipped in the pollen that bus been so
cured for the experiment This should
be doue two or tbree times on different
days while the nut bloom la out to
make sure that It baa been touched ut
tbe inier time.
If no Isolated small tree Is available
It Ui be uecesaary to prolact tbo ex
perimental pistils from nearby cat
kins. This cau be done by removing
the catklna from tbe brunch that la to
carry the experiment aud covering the
blooms with light paper aacks, which
should be left ou until all ueurby cat
kins are gone.
This sbould be doue before tbe cat
kins mature sud before the nut blooms
ure out When tbe nut blooms are suf
flcleutly open to be fertilized tbe paper
sacks sbould be gently removed, or
openings sbould be made so tbe pollen
may be put on tbe Inclosed blooma.
When tbe nuts are ripe aud are ready
to fall they sbould bo gathered and
placed where tbey will get ueltber too
dry nor too warm. In fall or early
winter tbey sbould be put In a bos of
sand and left out In tho weather until
spring. Then plant in good soli, plac
ing them about two Inches below tbe
When tbe little trees are a yeur oiu
tbey may be grafted Into black wal
outa or otber walnut bearing trees,
aud 1b two or throe years from the
grafting you will have nuts from your
experiment nud will know whether
you lime u prize or not Tbe xrtlon
of tbe little trees tbat are left to grow
should beglu to bear a crop or nuts Iu
from five to eight years.
The Argus, $1.00 the year.
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We Take Orders for Flowers
For Any Occassion
Ontario Floral Co.
MCSSr Phone 49-J Ontario, Oregon
A CALL FOR
The Social Kvil and the suffering resulting therefrom are subjects of
much serious thought and earnest consideration on the part of many of our
You are cordially invited to a conference of leading men of Ontario
called by the undersigned to consider this problem, which, in one or anoth
er a.spei't. touches the life of every home.
The Oregon Social Hygiene Society, recognized as one of the strong
est In the country, is now ready to co-oierate with us in starting an active
and steady campaign of education in our community. There will lie a place
in the plan for every man in the community, who is legitimately an. I earn
estly interested in the protection of our girls and hoys.
It is a call for sane and constructive action.
Mayor Trow will preside. A comprehensive program has been pre
pared and the Held will bf well covered by a member of the Kxeeutive Com
miltee of the Oregon Social Hygiene .Society from Pendleton, and Iocs'
E. C. VAN PKTTKN FRANK ItAHKK
E. 0. HAI1.KY ' II. II QstAUIL
A. L 0OCKRUM w. w. wood
JUDQI DALTON HK.CS
See Program (Inside)
Admission by Invitation
Conference of Physicians, Educators
and Others on Social and
Tuesday, June 8, 1915, Eight O'Clock P. M.
City Hall, Ontario, Oregon
MAYOR A. W.
8:00 P M. The Extent and Result of Sexual Vice
The Prevalence and General Seriousness of Veneral Diseases and the It
Effect usn the Individual and the Hume W. J. Wkksk, M. D.
8:30 P. M: Causes and Remedies
The Four Sex Lies and Other (su.-e.-. Remedies. J. E. Snyokh
Member, Kxeeutive Houi'l, Oregon Social Hygiene Society, Pendleton
(Formerly of Portland)
9:30 P. M.
What Can We Do for Ontario.' W. F. Human
9:45 P. M. Adjournment
(A Meeting For Men Bring a Friend)
K. I OI'K, llif only Practical ftiior in Ontario, is tin
only 1'ruilicul PttOi to buy I suit math tit your order
Suits made to order from
$15.00 to $50.00
The only Reliable ami l'rompt Cleaning and Pressing
in the ( ity.
E. COPE Moore Hotel Blk.
Funeral Flowers and Designs, Wedding
Flowers and Bouquets, Cut Roses and
Carnations, For Decoration, Gifts and
For Wearing. : : : : : : : : :
June 9, 10, 11, 1915
Oregon Short Line
Tickets on sale
from Idaho and
June 6, 7 and 8
Limit June 16th.
A BANK'S FIRST DUTY
is to its ilopoHitors. The
litiHinosB of this bank is
coiiilucted on thin basin,
which It, iu truth, SK
0UEITY AND con
ski VAT ISM. Safety
is considered before
We feel justified in ask
iug for your banking
liiisiuoHM, assuring you
uiwuye, courteous ''treat
ment and sutisfactory
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Notice The Argus office wants to
buy clean cotton rags.
HTOt K INMI'KCTOIt OK M A I II I I I;
COUNTY OKKK'K AT CAKTKK
HA UN, IIIONK 171
Kmerv I'oK-, Brogan.
Alex I.oc kliead Ontario.
Bert High, Vala.
C ('. Morton, Old's Ferry.
N. O. White, Weiser Bridge.
J. E.. Holly, Kiverviuw
Ale Denny. Jordan Valley.
Joe liankotfer, McDeruiitt
J Boydell, Nyssa
John (1. South, Juntura
Win Knif. Harper
L. M. Seaward, Ontario IJridgo