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W. II. BROOKE, R. W. IWAOLBB,
Attorneys at law, rooms IS, 14, l'
Wilson nidjr., Ontario, Orr-jron.
( II I.M.MS C. ZWEIOART
Wilson Building. Ontario, Orp.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice in All Courts
Notary Public. Office Over I'ostoflVj
Tin' bent in the line of fresh and curt
M' .it-, at lowest prices. Ontario Uw
I.KSI.IK j. AKER
Room 9, First National Unnk
IS. 1'KINZING & WEESK
Ontario, Or. -gun
Office in New Wilson Illock.
Dr. Harriet Scars
Dr. Pauline Scars
Graduates American School of Ostco
pathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Wilson Block. Telephone 154 nik
Mcculloch a wood
Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Rank Bldr
In the . 'ircuit Court of the State of
Orcgr n for the County of Malheur.
C. W. Giesler and J. C. Giesler, co-
partMrs ua Giesler Brothers, plain
tiffs, vs. H. Tyree, defendant. Sum
mons. To H. Tyrcc, the above named de
fendant: In the iiami of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
IW the rm iplaint filed against
yon in the above entitled action on or
before the 24th day of June, 1916, tho
same being the last duy of the time
prescribe! by order of the court di
recting service of summons in this
cause to be made upon you by pub
lication; and if you fuil so to answer
for want thereof the plaintiffs will
take judgment against you on u first
cause ot uction lor 3.;-14.i.i with in-
II. L. POORMAN, Plumbing, Heating
and Tinware, Galvanized Iron. All tcic.st thereon at six per cent per an
J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job und Commer
cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore.
DK. W. G. HOWE
Telephone First National Bank
No. 7S2 Iluilding.
J. B. Burrell, Ontario, Ore.
see our fine line of photos.
ART DUNNUCK, Cleaning, Pressing
and Tailoring. Phone 84 J. OpposiU
DR. D. C. BRETT
UK NT J ST
Office 2nd door east of Ontario Phar
macy on Nevadu Avenue
Near R. R. Depot.
ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders tukeu
for rut flowers. Argus Office, Ontario,
E. COPE, THE TAILOR, Tailoring,
pressing and cleaning.
TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND KX
Meet all drains.
J. II. PARLEY Funeral director
and embalmor. Lady assistant. Phone
I CI2-W. Ontario, Oregon
Oregon Short Line lime I able
Ontario, Oregon, Novenilier Mth II4
TIMC TABLE NO TO
4 .22 u in
W:.V. a in
:I6 p hi
Oregon Wash. Limited
Oregon Wash. Express
Oregon Wash. Limited 'J fil a in
Hoiao PuHrtenger H:ol a in
Eastern Express J2.07
Oregon Wash. Express ti:.TI p in
OREGON EASTERN BRANCH
PW Mixed, daily except Sumlay
for Riven. .dc !i(Si a m
VALE 4k BROGAN BRANCH
141 Mixed Vale and Hi. -,mii
Daily except SuimIii.n IttM a
!I7 I'MHHanger, Vale daily 7:mi p in
Prices quoted below are generul re
tail prices prevailing in Ontario und
urv in no case special sale prices:
Asparagus, per lb, 10c.
Apples, box, 7fic.
Kadishes Go a 'bunch.
Rhubarb- fie u pound.
Spinach, 10. lb. 8 lbs 2.'
Itunanns, doz .10c
Beans, navy lOe lb. .T for 25c
Beuns Mexican, lb 7c
Butter, ranch, lb., 20c.
Butter, c reuinery, lb., SOjd
CnbhttKc, new, lb., 4c.
Cuuliflower 16c and BOc
Celery, bunch . . .
Chose, fancy, lb.
Figs, paekuge . .
lresh tomatoes, per lb., 20c.
I Flour, high patent, sack
j Sugar, cune, mt ewt
i Flour, straight grade, sock . . .
in in. lb
Grapefruit, Florida, each
, Honey, struined, pint
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num from December 31, I'M I. ami on a
second cause of action for $200 with
interest thereon at six per cent per
annum from January 16, llf, and for
the costs and disbursements of said
action, and for an order to'1 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 and by virtue of an or
der of the Hon. Dnlton Higgs, judge of
the above entitled court, which said
order was made and entered on the
Mh day of May, 1015, and directed
that this summons be published once
each week for six successive weeks
in the Ontario Argus, commencing
with the issue of May IS, 1015. First j
publication is on May Pi, 1015, ami
lust publication is on June 24, 1015.
M'CULLOCH & WOOD,
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
First publication May PI.
Lust publication June 24.
. . . 10c
. . . 10c
Mixed, daily ec l t
Sumlay from KiveJule 12:01 p in
Passenger, trom Vale lx-ttuci
daily :o a in .
Mixed from Hrogun
and Vale Daily except
Sunday MO p in ,
I'll.- Iliniinil.il tralu leaves Nyssa I
at 2:4 5 on Tuesday. Thursday audi
Saturday, returning, arrive at On-
tan. i at 0 l m.
I NiiKH Pkk.su i iau
Bible school ut 10 a. m. Breadline,
at 11 ix. in. ami 8:00 p. m. Young peo
iI.m ioi.-tmir ut 7:l."i u. ill.
The church is here to help the people Hens, lb 20c
and the community. You cun make a I.amb, spring, fore quarters $1.00
. . . 20c
Honey, comb, lb. 15c, and 2 for. .25c
Lemons, doz 80c
Lettuce, hothouse, lb 25c
Nuts, English walnuts, lb 25c
Nuts, Brazils, lb 26c
Almonds, II, 26c
Oranges, doz 20c to 40c
Potatoes, sack, $2.
Fresh Pinupple, apiece 40c
New onions, bunch 6c
Rice, lb 8c und 10c
Halibut, lb 20c
Hams, picnic, lb 15c
Ham, per lb 25c
Bacon, per lb 22 lit to 25c
Head cheese, lb 20c
Notice of Sale of Stale Lands.
Notice is hereby given thut 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 10 and 30, T. 21 S., R. 45
Fractional SV6, being Lots 1, 2, 3,
4. Sec. 30 T. 20 S., R. 30 E., North of
Sections 10 and 30, T. 27 S., R. 43
Sections 10 and 30. T. 30 S.. R. 43
Section 10, T. 31 8., R. 44 E.
Sections 10 and 30, T. 33 S., R. 3C.
Seel ion 30, T. 34 S., R. 34 E.
Seel ion 10, T. 34 S., R. M E.
All bids must be accompanied by a
regulurly executed application to pur
chase und check or draft for at leust
me huh of the amount hid.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject anv und ull bids.
Applications and bids should be ml t
uresseu u u. u. urown, lerk State
Iand Board, Salem, Oregon, und
murked "A indication and bid to nur-
chase state lands."
G. G. BROWN,
Clerk State Land Board.
Dated May 28, 1915.
Last publication July 29th.
A BANK'S FIRST DUTY
more potent force. Come to any or all
of the services ami you will find a wel
come. W. N. UHiiWN, I'Hslor.
Ma -.- at 10 u. m. Sunday mornings
H. A. CAMPO, Rector.
Methodist i'ih kvii
Sunday School, 10:u0 a. in. Preach
ing, morning, 11:00 a. m., evening 8:00
Yoj need the church the church
-eH vj-i "Let's get together."
C. C. PRATT, Paster
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Morning Service 11 :00 a. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m
B. Y. P. U 6:30 p. m
Pruyer Meeting. .Wednesday Evening
Bible Study Thursday Evening
A hearty invitation is extended tc
DAVID E. BAKER, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Endeavor, 7:00 p. in.
Evening Service, 8:00 p. m.
BEV. PHILIP K0SN1G.
Lamb, spring, hind quarters $1.50
Lamb chops, rib, lb 25c
Lamb chops, shoulder, lb 20c
Lard, 10 lbs. $1.50
Mutton chops, lb 18c
Pork chops, loin or rib, lb 20c
Pork, shoulder, lb .' lhc
Polled rib roast, lb 2hc
Rib roast, prime, lb 22c
Round .steak, lb 20c
Flat-bone tenderloin, lb 28c
Salmon, lb 20c
Kippered salmon, lb 20c
Salt salmon, lb Ittta
Smoked salmon, lb 30c
Smoked herring, each 5c
Shoulder steak, lb 18c
Shoulder roast, lb 1 .
Sirloin steak, lb 25c
Smelts, Columbia river, 2 lbs. for. .25c
Spare ribs, lb 15c
Eggs, ranch, doz 17Hc
Ham, sliced, lb 30c
Sausage, breakfast, lb 25c
Sausage, country, lb 17 He
Hoga 6 3-4 to 7 1-4.-
Steer 5H to 6H
Mutton 4c to 4 He
is in lti depositors, The
business of tliis lunik is
coiul noted on tin bu8is,
which is, iu truth, SK
CUHITY AND DON-
We feel justitici
Ulg for your
business, assuring you
ulwuys, courteous treat
men t und satisfactory
MONDAY. JULY 5th
Be with us and help us celebrate the day of our nation's birth.
Every feature has been provided for the entertainment and comfort of
thousands of visitors. There'll be something doing every minute.
Monster Street Parade for Prizes
Base Ball Games, Ontario vs Nampa
The Two Leading Teams in The Idaho-Oregon league
Band Concerts and Sporting Events
For Men, Women and Children, Too Numerous to Mention.
Fireworks and Sham Battle at Night
Special Rest Rooms Are Provided Women And Children
Special Rates on all Railroads
When csbtiuges, cauliflower,
toriilNi or sluillar crops are
groun repeatedly or In win.e
skui ou the Maine pteve of urnunl
tho nxitM of Mieito vegetable!, are
likely to !. .iiiu. attacked by
ub. il In Known mm clllbroot. Iu
our older iftirdens "e do not
seem to havu very mm h trouble
from tluit Hoiir.e. Nor Is there
iiiil.ll diuiger Iu soils that ruu
I'llll n good iiiio'oii of Mine.
Utile applleslloiis are therefore
often leeoiiiiueiiileil mm a means
to head off the dlseuHo. The
vek.'t idles of this fuiully should
be kept out of any piece of
kTolinil Where the ill-eiise hits
once iiiiule IN appearance, at
leust for several years. If you
set iliiiits entirely free from In
recti. hi and put tin-in In u spot
thut was free from clllbroot lust
year you will not be likely to
have your plants Injured or de
stroyed by this disease.
OREGON FARMERS TO FILL GAP
Anoisnl Custom of Crowing Tares
(Voteh) For 6ood to Bo Renewed.
l'r. IMU..I b) i in gon .,: iiltiii.il eollef I
Vetch KrowliiK Is curried on la sev
eral parts of the llilled Mali s tMpe
clally In ill" Miutlurii joorli-.n-i. In' lit
tk of the rops l eii InirxcsiciJ fur
Seeil. In con si-ijui lice of willed lliont
setnl Is purcdaseil in the onii uinrUcH
for lie- southern use. M'-si "f the pur
chased hci-.I Is rmuii Iu liortllWi B
Kurope, (iermany and I:iim.-.I.i l.cliik III.-
prillelpal pI'iMluici- -,XMirtntlOII f J . .in
tllCMe noun-en has been fill olT iilliiol
eiilliel.v. an. I In I .ic Hie u.ir Mm , n .
eml In tluie f.n- Hi.- fall shlpUMOU It Is
pleiliclcil tlW there I.I li, a ; i- i
slu-iniKe of Vclch sii-d for the hoiilhci'ii
pill lit ill L-s
QragDB rm nil i h will i iy in hrlMh'u tbls
li between supply and iii-mnud
by urowirn; larger i r... of reUS tdu
men nui herreeilin bmmI ot it for
seed. The practice Imlnito !imm Imsii
mi iciy to gtum seed lor heeM uet nS
partly to hiiiiI lln- . l.-m mil for Mad
li m soiiiIi in 'n ltr.tr it l:i . lint now
the I lean Mii.ily h likely to
li - ill off fin i. ue yi in- or more unil the
I III. Illia en Hill Inn been oieiieil to traf
tic ood uruwlUK will become more of
an liulu -. with farmers of weatara
To Eradicate Garlic.
Garlle i bad peel e My farm, but
ci.ii.ni:iii m n a dairy ram b-
of tin- iheiM Hum. i- It kIm-s in
Hi.- inlik, s.i . I .urn und l-'lre nle.
i n m Is to keep the
c u ..it ill.- ,, .i, ,. , niii- at h-aot
lour b in ndlkluc. This win
I i. dueo I he bad Baeor. Thee n
ll - mil!; stands a least four huill'4 (lie
rtivor in. iy dleeppoar Itoei-ther. Uerv
i the heel in et ( eradleetlui ur
I 'our kerosene nn the plant
i an onlliiiir.. ki-r.-s. in- ..in l.i
Hi., delete i artk huuus out Honk
lie il Mils tliiii'.iuhly.
i bollc in-ill applied in the
miiiii- wai Is lis., effective.
mattock. With practice yon can tnk.
out ii plant at every stroke, Includtnic
the bulbs that have not yet sprouted.
Destroy all the plants and bulbs re
in m .1
Q WORK TEAMS AND WEATHBR. O
"If It rains fur aereral days
.Mm M.' iioi stay iu the douse or
In (4 I nil (lie Iiiiu . do yoUT
"Ccrtiilnly not, .ni havo work
to Mo Hut If miii hud to stay Iu
it a on lit be bad for you.
"It's Just the s:-.n. wltd the
work leiiuiK. 'lli.-c ueisl exercise
III order to hi-Kln, when tho
wi-atln-r clears. peopeVtf rested
"A .isime Is t In- best place for
t lii-iii If It Is not actually rawing.
ad exercise in box stalls or un
ilir a covered shed Iu Ide barn
jreid will be almost as tood. iA-t
il i i.i stnt li theif lej,'s.M Karm
lllll.l 111 the t'arllc out with I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
STOCK INBl'KCTOR Of MAi.HKUR
UOOMTff OKKK K AT CAKTKK
BAHN, I'll! INK 171
Kinerv Cole, Brogan.
Alex I.ockhead Ontario.
Bert Hinh, Vale.
C. C. Morton, Old's Ferry.
N. O. White, Welter Bridge.
J. E. Holly, kiverview
A le Dana. Jordan Valley.
Joe tfaiikoffer, McDermitt
J iiuydell, N'vaea
John G. South, Juntura
Wm Kine, Harper
L. II. Seaward, Ontario Bridge
KILLING THE POTATO BEETLE
A good melius! is to mix the pari
green with ten to twenty parts of cheap I i
flour, sifted lund plaster or air slaked
lime before upplytug. It Is always ad
visuble to add lime (air slukcdi to neu
tralise the soluble acid contained In
parts given, and If tlds U dom- no In
jury will result. Ijtrge plant.-, euu be
uiucd mure thoroughly treated by
praylug. The purls greeu should lie
used at the rate of one pound In US)
gallons of water to which two p.-uiuls
of fresh slaked lime huve Is-eu udded.
It can be combined with bonb-aux
mixture, which la used to control
blight, without the addition of tde ex
I.cu.l arsenate Is replacing parts greeu
In spraying isitatoes, as lu ail other
apraylug wltd ursenlcala. The paste
leuil arsenate should be used at tde
rate of tdree p nnUs In fifty gallons of
water or ttie dry lead arsenate at tde
rate of one ami one half iiiiM In
fifty gallons of water. Tin- had ur-.e-nate
la less liable to injure fnllaeo
sticks to the leaves much better than
parts green, aud ene applli-ation Is of
ten aa effectual aa two or more of the
l'olsou should he spplled a sm.n as
the yooag larvae begin to batch, anil
the number of a pit- it Ions to b- given
will depeud ujion tde abumlanee of the
pe.st as the season advances.
Often only an occasional plant will
be Infested at first, and with I huiiiII
amount of poison lu a couiprc c.l air
kuaistaik sprayer out- can licit Hi.
lu a short time. l'reueutly thl.s will
re. line the uuinber so that no fun lor
treatment will be uevesury.
Or. J. B. Hmlth of New Jersey rec
ommends spraying potatoee aa soon as
the beetles begin to feed lu order to
kUI these before the egg ere laid
B. H Waiiieu, Kxperlmeut autloa.
New Haves, Coua.
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. : : : : : : : : :
Ontario Floral Co.
nZrtoStce Phone 49-J Ontario, Oregon
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