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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THfJRStMr, JUNE 17, 1915
'BUSINESS?: PHOPSSStWJS": : fdAoES
W. H. BROOKE, R. W. SWAGLER,
Attorneys at law, rooms 13, 14, 15
Wilson Bldg., Ontario, Oregon.
CHARLES C. ZWEIGART
Wilson Building. Ontario, Ore
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice in All Courts
Notary Public. Office Over Postoffict
LESLIE J. AKER
Room 9, First National Bank Bldg.
The best in the line of fresh and cure
Meats at lowest prices. Ontario
DBS. PRINTING ft WEESE
Office in New Wilson Block.
McCULLOCH ft WOOD
Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg
Dr. Harriet Sears
Dr. Pauline Sears
Graduates American School of Ostco
pathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Wilson Block. Telephone 154 Blk
J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commer
cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore
H. L. POORMAN, Plumbing, Heating
und Tinware, Galvanized Iron. All
J. II. Burrell, Ontario, Ore. Call and
see our fine line of photos.
DR. W. G. HOWE
Telephone First National Bank
No. 732 Building.
DR. D. C. BRETT
Office 2nd door east of Ontario Phar
macy on Nevada Avenuo
Near R. R. Depot.
ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders taken
for cut flowers. Argus Office, Ontario,
ART DUNNUCK, Cleaning, Pressing
und Tailoring. Phone 84 J. OpposiU
E. COPE, THE TAILOR, Tailoring,
pressing and cleaning.
TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND EX
PRESS Meet all Hrains,
J. H. FARLEY Funeral director
and embalmer. Lady assistant. Phone
132-W. Ontario, Oregon.
Oregon Short Line Time Table
Ontario. Oregon, November Hth l'.'l I
TIMK TABLE NO. TO
V 1 TV AM I .
17 Oregon Wash. Limited 4:22 am
75 Huntington Passenger 9:35 m in
19 Oregon Wash. Express l:33p m
6 Fast Mail ' I i- "
18 Oregon Wash. Limited 2:51 a in
76 Boise Passenger 8:60 a in
4 Eastern Express 12:12 p m
6 Oregon Wash. Express 6:33 p in
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Ongi n for the County of Malheur.
C. W. diesler and J. C. Giesler, co
partners as Giesler Brothers, plain
tiffs, vs. H. Tyrec, defendant. Sum
mons. To H. Tyree, the above named de
In the nam of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the conplaint filed against
you in the above entitled action on or
before the 24th day of June, 1915, the
.- ami- 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
take judgment against you on a first
cause of action for 1344.15 with in
terest thereon at six per cent per an
num from December 31, 1914, and on a
second cause of action for $209 with
interest thereon at six per cent per
annum from January 16, 1915, and for
the costs and disbursements of said
action, and for an order t$t the sale
of your real and personal property
attached by the plaintiffs in said ac
tion. You are further notified that this
summons is served upon you by pub
lication under und by virtue of an or
der of the Hon. Dalton Biggs, judge of
the above "entitled court, which said
order was made and entered on the
8th day of May, 1915, and directed
that this summons be published once
each week for six successive weeks
in the Ontario Argus, commencing
with the issue of May 13, 1915. First
publication is on May 13, 1915, and
last publication is on June 24, 1915.
M'CULLOCH ft WOOD,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
First publication May 13.
Last publication June 24.
Marvelous Acroscope at the
national Exposition, San
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Fruit Jar Opsner.
Olil MBVOTI make pood fruit Jnr
Opener, flriinl the broken ends to
make tlicin concave, so tlie.v will lit
the sldo of the Jar top when the scis
sors are open. Then bore boles near
the end of each ground prone;, and In
the bIh Insert a stout piece of wire
Sound Teeth Makr.n Sound Body
Dr. W. G. Howe
First Class Equipment
First Class Work
Over First National Rank
tbnt Is Just long enough to reneh
around the Jnr top when - s-lssors
are held open. Fasten tint wire e
eurely. IU pressing the shenrs tniteth
er the wire will take n death prlp on
the Jnr eover and It will lie ciislly re
moved. The untne device will screw
tho tops on tho Jnra. Missouri Valley
London. The official war reporta
Indicate that tho fighting In France,
which started with a French attack
between the Mouse and Moselle river
has developed Into a desperate strug
Rle along a considerable portion of
tho western front. The report from
the German army headquarters men
tions, one after another, a series of
onslaughts by the allies, and says the
battle between the rivers Is proceed
ing with undiminished violence. Al
tbough at times the French succeeded
In gaining a foothold on Oerman posi
tions. It would appear from the Berlin
Mini, no nt that no advantage of Im
portanee had been obtained.
The Paris statement adds nothing
to the previous claims of French vic
tories. It speaks of desperate bayonet
fishtlng at i.es Kpargcn, capture of
which by the French waa announced.
K. COPE, tin only Practical Tailor in Ontario, is the
only Practical Place to luy a unit made l your order
Suits made to order from
$15.00 to $50.00
The only Reliable" and Prompt (Moaning and Profiling
in the "ity.
E. COPE Moore Hotel Blk.
OREGON EASTERN BRANCH
1) Mixed, leaves Monday,
Wednesday and Friday 9:00 a m
140 Mixed, arrives Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday 1 :30 p in
VALC A BROGAN BRANCH
141 Mixed Vale andBrogan
Daily except Sunday Iiuxija m
97 Passenger, Vale daily 7:00 p in
98 Passenger, from Vale
daily :40 ' "'
142 Mixed from Brogan
and Vale I aily except
Sunday 3:30 p m
The Homedal. train leaves Nyasa
13:45 on Tuesday. Toured ay and
tMtunlay, returning, arrive at On
tario at 6 p. in
I M IK li Prkhuytkhian
Bible school at 10 a. in. Preaching
at U a, m. and 8:00 p. m. Young peo
ples meeting at 7:15 p. in.
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 timi a wel
come. W. N. Bruwn, Pastor.
Mass at 10 a. in. Sunday mornings.
H. A. CAMPO, Rector.
MhlltulUSl ( HI 'in II
Sunday Scbe.il, 10:00 a. m. Preach
ing, morning, 11:00 a. m., ev jning 8:00
Yoj need the church the church
eelivoj "Let's get together."
C. C. PKATT, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a. as.
Morning Service 11:00 a. iu.
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
DAVID E. BAKER. Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Endeavor, 7:00 p. m.
Evening Service, 8.00 p iu.
REV. PHILIP KLOEN1G.
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.
Radishes 5c a bunch.
Rhubarb 5c a pound.
I Spinach, 10c lb. 3 lbs 26
Bunanas, doz 30c
Beans, navy, 10c lb. 3 for 2bc
Beans, Mexican, lb 7c
Butter, ranch, lb., 20c.
Butter, creamery, lb., 30c.
Cabbage, new, lb., 4c.
Cauliflower 15c and 20c.
Celery, bunch 10c
Cheese, fancy, lb. 20c
Figii. package 10c
1'icHh tomatoes, per lb., 20c.
Flour, high patent, sack $1.!0
Sugar, cane, per cwt. $6.90
Flour, straight grade, sack $1.75
Garlic, lb 25c
Grapefruit, Florida, each 10c
Honey, strained, pint 20c
Honey, comb, lb. 15c, nnd 2 for. .25c
1 .. iiein , doz 30c
Lettuce, hothouse, lb 25c
Lettuce, head 10c
Nuts, English walnuta, lb 25c
Nuts, Brazils, lb 25c
Almonds, lb 25c
Oranges, doz 20c to 40c
Potatoes, sack, $2.
Fresh Pinapple, apiece 40c
New onions, bunch 6c
Rice, lb 8c and 10c
Halibut, lb 20c
Hams, picnic, lb 15c
Ham, per lb 25c
Baron, per lb 22Vic to 25c
Head cheese, lb 20c
Hen, 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, lOibs. $1.50
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 20c
Flat-bone tenderloin, lb 28c
Salmon, lb 20c
Kippered salmon, lb 20c
Salt salmon, lb 12 Vic
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. .25e
Spare ribs, lb 15c
Eggs, ranch, doz 17 H c
Ham, sliced, lb 30c
Sausage, breakfast, lb 25c
Sausage, country, lb 17 '-.c
Hoga 6 3-4 to 7 l-4c
Steers 6tt to 6
Mutton 4c to 4Vc
Notice of Sale of State Lands.
Notice is hereby given that the
State Land Board of the State of Ore
gon will receive sealed bids until 10:00
o'clock a. m.. August 2, 1916, for the
following described lands:
Sections 16 and 16, T. 21 S., R. 46
Fractional S'j. being Lota 1, 2, 3,
4. Sec. 36. T. 26 S., R. 30 E., North of
Sections 16 and 36, T. 27 S., R. 43
Sections 16 and 36, T. 30 S., R. 43
Section 16, T. 81 S., R. 44 E.
Sections 16 and 36, T. 33 S., R. 36
Section 36, T. 34 S., R. 84 E.
Section 16, T. S4 S., R. 86 E.
All bids must be accompanied by a
regulurly executed application to pur
chase and check or draft for at least
one-fifth of the amount bid.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Applications and bids should he ad
dressed to G. G. Brown, Clerk State
Land Board, Salem, Oregon, and
marked "Application and bid to pur
chase state lands."
G. G. BROWN,
Clark Stat.- Land Board.
Dated May 28, 1915.
Last publication July 29th.
FOR the seeker of iimuseiiieiit there In opportunity a-plenty In the jtreat
mechanical achievement, tho aeroacope, on tho .one. I'liniunii Puclfie
International Kxponltlon, Han Francisco. The BtNBMBf Ih Imllt on the
order of n Klant crime of a novel nnd Intricate detduu, with a Neutluii
capacity of loo and standing room for twenty more The car Is perfectly bal
anced, and perfect aufety nnd a Jurlesa ride of ten minutes are aaaurcd to pint
aenuers who enJo thla trip of 204 feel Into the clouds. This l four feet
higher than the 1'errla wheel. Two motors control the aaceut nnd descent in
conjunction with the counterbalance of this inmc car, and when It reaches Its
extreme height It Ik-kIiim t.. swin,.- ,i,,uiv BTOBBal "ii the icrlcN of wheels nt Ita
base, giving the pasaenger a view of the surrounding country from every poluL
A BANK'S FIRST DUTY
is to its depositors. The
business of this bank is
couducted on this basis,
which is, in truth, SK
OUBltY AND CON
is considered before
We feel justified in usk
l ii j4 for your banking
business, assuring you
aiwuyf, courteous trial
men t und satisfactory
EXPOSITION ATTRACTIONS FOR BRITONS.
The Canadian I'. die
The New Zealand Pavilion.
The Australian Pavilion visit the aviary and "aoo" Iu the adjoining gar
dens. Hcpiodnctlon of Sir Francis Drake's account of his discovery of New
Allilon now California), cxhlliltcd In the Miuln county section of the Califor
nia building. Panorama of Yosemlte ai.d leading California cities, also In this
lillllillliu'. Hie i 1 1 I.
In the Agricultural Imlldlug the comprehensive New Zealand exhibit ; mod
els of the finest Ixiuts of the I'lilon Steamship Company.
In the Transportation linlldlnu tha BagUaa shipping display by the Inter
national .Meicnntile .Murine Company. Itvt at the reception pallors of Thomas
Cook V Son, tourist agents.
The exhibit of the Italian Swiss Colony In the Food Products building a
k'rnpevluc with llliiinliinlisl clusters, pieltlcr than n ChrlMiuns tree. Many
well known BBflM Huns have ex Id I ids in this Imlldliig.
The Camidliiii Paclitc Kullwuy Imlldliig. east end of the Marluu; good
lllustiallou of I'nnadliKi rural life nnd line motion pictures.
Tin- Southern Pacific Kallwuy Imlldliig, iieai Kllluioie street entrance;
icenlc exhibit, uext tu Canada'a, on the grounds.
DKKDS AND PATENTS.
Recorded in the County Clerk's Ollire
May .'list to June 5th, 1915.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
STOCK INHPKtJTOK OK If AMI KU It
COUNTY OKKICK AT t'AKTKK
Emery Cole, Brogan.
Alex Lockheed Ontario.
Bert High, Vale.
C C Morton, Old's Ferry.
N. O. White, Weiser Bridge.
J. E. Holly, Riverview
Abe Dennv, Jordan Valley.
Joe Bankoffer, McDeruiilt
. J Bo dell. Nysea
John G. South, Juntura
Win Kine, Harper
L. M. Seaward, Ontario Bridge
John E. Catron et u to II. B. Fisk,
sec 23-2'J-4 and NW1 NW'4, 3-30-
46, May 27, 1915, 20o.
George H. Shearer et ux to Harry
W. Eberle, lota 17, IK, 19, 20, blk 70,
Ontario, Apr. ti, l!ll.r, 10.
United States to l.aura E. Tewks
bury, lots 3, 4, SVi NW' 1-17-40, Jan.
Town of Ny.ssa to Albert Hinsch,
meets and hounds hlk ti, Nyssa, May
2'J, l'Jl.r, $1.
J. S. Edwards et ux to First Nation
al Bank of Vale, lots 3, 4, blk 1, Kmc
hart's 1st adn to Vale, May 27, 1 It 1 5,
L. R. West et ux to Henry E. Ames,
NW' NXHi 21-33-40, May 27, 1915,
L. R. West et ux to Henry E. Ames,
S' NW', 7-34-39, Muy 27, 1915.
A. B. Winter et ux to C. H. Trous
dale, NE4 SW',, EMU MWHi 32 17
47, May 3, l!U.r,, $r,22!t.iiO.
United States to Louis A. Videi, SVi
SWVi, NW, BWU, IWtt NW';, 4-18-45,
May 1, 1915.
Murie P'ri k et vir to Ko. a$ A. Sow
ard, lots 1, 2, 3, hlk 3, N'elsen's ft adn
Vale, June 4, 1916, $1.00.
Notice The Argus office wants to
buy clean cotton rags.
"Safety first" was tho motto nnd practice of
this bunk long beforo those words became the
hlogtui of the large transportation companies.
Service to the public is not a theory, but a
doily practice with ua.
l'ut your money whore safety is tho first
consideration und avail yourself of our service.
Safety Dvpotit Bo&vtl SuvingH Accounts
We Take Orders for Flowers
For Any Occassion
Funeral Flowers and Designs, Wedding
Flowers and Bouquets, Cut Roses and
Carnations, For Decoration, Gifts and
For Wearing. : : : : : : : : :
Filed in Circuit Court Durinu Week '
I. inline June 5, 1915.
Charles Copel va. Peurl Copel. di
vorce, J'jne 3, Ittlf).
Only $1.25 for the followiri" call -tion
of house plants: 1 Rateitrope, 1
falling star, 1 Mad Sail geruniuin, 1
Madison Barney geranium, 1 iv
anium, 2 begonias, 2 celus, 2 ti ....
cantias, green and veriegated, 1 Ken
elworth ivy, 1 Vincar Var.
Ontario Floral Co.
Ontario Floral Co.
at Argun Office
Phone 49-J Ontario, Oregon