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Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign
FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME
With each 50 rents
purchase and this
roupun you will b
entitled to 2.000 VOTKS. A
It Is more than prohaMe that a
fine, new lintel will he rreettil in
Nysa In tlie m-nr future. Verily It
looks like u small boom.
Wilson UroH.' now hrlrk I rapidly
assuming slmpe. Hie side walla beln
nearly OOtnphMfl) Tin- rMitractors,
OtMBOB A riiniinn mi ""' Oreen
re rusliitiK nper.itlon a- - '
workiniiiiHhlp "III permit ami
to have tin- tiull'lliiK pmi.I.s tOf """
pancy bf JttM I U will lM I I W All
CunHlilo.ahle new Inml !' helnit pul
,,, i, , -..in- iiin :i in tin- ...,.,. tlatfar
II,, i,i pamptnj l-laul on II
r i in r i . .M-1, . uv.i tad
Unix, Mr Willi- and II R
ptaantaf to aaaraipl il
T II In hiii ' '"'I Hi
'.;. lain hiM' lorim-d a Im- Im-
;, fof tna piiii'"r or i
niMin' 18 m ' Hi hbWJ iniiiie
poUtow I l,c Won
Bpwtt i "poinl Hh' miiiihut ilivil
UplIlK Hie Slielilnll pi
I'rlr I up on Hi-i.l.n
Tin. , hi,; ,.'in i nii. n broDM !"
. i . whlrli win VOI bf Kriinklln
r lr In the First Niillonal OMI
hIioiv liel.l at 8t. Paul Ian! December.
m on . II I la nl of Nf I '
i.mt r mlinlri'il 1-v all li.-liolil m The
cup wan presented to Mr Fry, who
live in the fnuioUH IIIk Henil coun
try. I.) UM l-'ir.t Nalioii.il llanli of Hi.
I'iiiiI. It Mag the Hocmii! prize In Ml
trlet No. 1 In Oregon, which com
prlxcs the entire enHtern half of the
Mate Mr. Pry wan nlao awanleil
thin! price In thla illatrlct.
The fame of thla vicinity aa a corn
i: row In it aiictinn la aproaiililR anil
when the Industry la thoroughly tie
velnpml M ..ill he the iliiiinplon corn
gro. W of the West
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MALUM It NOT KM
Mr ponm-llv anil Mr Strickland
..,-. l .-ur visitors over night on
their way to the renervntr Mr Hon
uelly I- einptoyeil hy the government
to aiiperlntenil the maaaurlug or wat
er In thl" territory
Mr l)n aran of Ontario, solicitor
for the I, tin ,i r it wum In town.
There lulu heen iUlle a parly of
I .nun. ..With here th's week from
Wlll.tii.eit. Vulh" looking over the
country with 1 1 1 - Intention of k
Inn . I- They tire very well
, I ill, Hii M ' 0B Of II"- "in,
Mr tun! Mm Floyd llowaril lnlt
eil Mr HoHiir.l p. in iiIm at Amellt
Mr. Ceo. HoiIIIhIi Is In lluker on
ni i, ol ' an- iiguiii i iinnlng
tlirough i he count n ami roada are
MB nnpi'm I Tills purl of
the niiiiilri toH not si i iiuite ao
Isolaleil. on .mount of the luiu-uiitl
fall of snow, the minis liuve heen
alniOHt Impmtll tor soini' tune
The llolilin llros who lurry the
lliall hetw it'll linker anil this place
are going In put on an unto truck us
hooii an the minis art) a little more
Hullleil which will he a great conven
ience for everyone
Malheur unit Ironside hull teams
crossed bata Sunday afternoon ut
Malheur ironside won hy a seine of
IK to 10 Thin is the lirsi pMM of
the season. The hoys hope ill a
little practice lo do much heller
There were about twenty
iiccomii.inieil the Ironside hull team
i' II Moiiiil and family ure now
In. lied on then homestead two ml lea
north of low u
Mrs Itoy Stephenson and family
of Itaiuhow Mine were visitor at
the II. M DeiricK home Sunday
Mr. 1). K. Laurie held communion
i her,' Suiidu) uiiiraUkl and
held siin, ,i llriilgcport in tlie e
eulug He will soon leme for At
luulic I'ity lo lie in alleioluuce al I lie
general ahse-inlily of the I'resb) I. ruin
church which mi its then next mouth
Cheer up and sta cheered.
Forget it, brother, aud take a fresh
Mexico, however, will not be a Del
giuui thla trip.
(Prom the Express)
The lambing aeaaon la now on,
with every Indication of a very large
percentage of lamb.
Horn to Mr. and Mm. William
Helm of thla city, at Holo. a daugh
ter. All doing nicely.
liUH Aczuonnga came up yesterday
from hla lamhlng camp on Hogus
creek Ho nays coyotea nnd Iniheui I
are destroying more lamlm this year
ihaii In any of hla prevloua twenty
experience on that range
Andrew Cuntiinghnni of I'orkvllle.
Oregon, on iMWff creek, culled al
the ilierllT'N iitllc tfl n 1 ol III'' lo .
of nine head of horse, stolen from
I,, ranch on Ih" night or March :i 1
'liiniils Inken Included a brown
i.ll.. haiM ,t 1,1, . i L mi. re lirov.li
I mure, two L'-yeur-nlil Shire colls, two
yearling Shire colts, yearling trot
in. I. n-d .nit. and ii I M'nr DM BtJ
colt All of the yoiinirer atilmnla are
d A-7 on b'ft hhouldei
Oildwell Item In Statesman
Mr MiicKeiile, superlnlendent oi
the federal livestock Inspection aer-
for thla dlatrlct, after a review oi
coudltlona here, left tills morning for
the railway. The doctor found stock
eomiitiona very favorable, Inn lartai
hia sojourn at the hotel he observed
an Instance of affection of the human
io, ii I of a character that no BkjrajM
an has yet been utile to control. This
" Is no respecter of age or aex,
and freiiueutly prove fatal.
I OimhI undue, iiut
Down on the Owyhee river there
Is a bridge hullt several years ago ut
a cost of probably twenty thousand
dollars It Is a good bridge, we are
l old. and la one that la needed, hut It
has one peculiar feature people llv
tug on this aide who would uae It
must ford the river and come at It
from the other aide. So far the
bridge has heen uaeleaa. The correc
tion of uiirli I. hinders mm this Is one
' of the alma of the Taxpayers' League.
II (i Wells and Jesse T Johnson
of the Mauey llrolhnrs' rnnstriicllon
1 company, came over from llolae last
Friday evening for a hurried Inspec
tion of the Antelope reaervolr. They
found more water In the big lake
Hum ever before, notwithstanding the
fuel that the ditch for carrying the
Mood waters of the Jordan la not in
working order, having been punc
tured at various and sundry points
by gophers Men and teams will he
hero in a few days to iniike the nec
essary repairs to put the ditch In
tlrat claaa ahaoe. Messrs. Wells and
Johnson were accompanied by Mr.
Hurley Hooker, a auccessrul colonis
er, who has put In shape und disposed
of u number of Irrigation projects
The party spent but a few hours at
the reaervolr and returned to lloise
IMHM I SOTKM
i I i ..in the I ',ii n ia He inn
J. II. Hill, a registered pharmacist
no m Ontario, la the uew clerk at the
City Drug store.
Four carloads of hoga were shipped
from I'arnia, Friday, one by the Ros
well i'm iipciulitc association, one by
Win Itosa and two by Seattle pur
clieaera. A band of 1500 sheep belonging to
Frank lirowu passed tiirougii I'arnia
early Friday morning. The band was
composed of sheep and lambs and eac
composed of sheep and lambs and
each mature animal was the mother
of twins, having two babies.
;iKi. 14, ami man CAUGHT
i'eudletou. Ore., April 13 (Spe-
Kurl U. Line and Lillian Jane
King, wanted in Ontario, Ore., were
picked up here loduy by Thief of Po-
' In e 11 in dune and Patrolman Kd wards.
l.oe 1s wanted In Ontario for abduct
ing the girl, but is said to have passed
u number of bad checks drawn on a
Mouutuiu Home, Idaho, bank.
The police had been on the lookout
lor the couple for some time and they
were located today In a lodging
house. They have been working on
ranches near Pendleton. The girl
is ouly 14 and rather good-looking.
They aay they were married in Onta
rio February 9.
The concert given by the Commer
cial (lice clubs of Payette-Prultland '
at the Methodist church Friday even-'
nig under the musical director, Pro
fessor T. It. Nellson, was of a high
order and fully appreciated hy a large
audience of Rcvernl hundred people
Professor Nellson has assembled some
of the best talent of this part of Pay-,
otto Milley and with careful practice
produced a chorus of 50 voices
The glee club of the PnlveraHf of
Idaho accompanied by a Payette dele-
miiu mile a courtesy visit to Fruit
land high school Thursday iiiornlne
lamrliiK the school with several ae
le.iions of high class musn- hoih ta
en I and Instrumental and also read
ings which were u criterion of ll.e
,nl,-i, ,li, I . ni. n ilnnient given In T.n
ill. Thursday night.
it. O. Wilson, state superln
tendont o I oral I in t" run I Legion,
attended u W. C. T. !' convention
held al I'arnia Tuesday and Wednes
h ,,f llils week. Three of Fruit
hind's Uiyal Tempera
members who held silver nn-iii-.lames
Fir.'r. I'ii ill Dnlnall ami Ii
Wilson. accompanied her, taking
paM in the gold medal contest. I In
latter. Miss F.ve Wilson, being ad
judged the successful contestant.
Several auto loads of Frultland
people drove lo lloise during the week
to aee the great drama, "The lllrth of
a Nutlon " Among the number wen
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Itoblnson ami
family, Mrs Itoss Kennedy, Mr anil
Mrs A Htetler, Mlaa Annie Hupp, Mr
and Mrs I W Madsen und Profes
aor T. It. Nellson and family. Quite
a number ulso went to lloise on the
trafeBi all reporting the entertainment
well worth the trip.
At a recent meeting of the director
of Canyon-Malheur Cow Testing asso
ciation, llalph Mi klnson of Frultland
aud a graduate of O. A. (V, the past
year being employed aa cow tester of
a similar association at Hillaboro,
Ore , was elect ml as cow tester of Ibis
association aud Is well qualified for
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Oriep and lit
tle daughter came laat Saturday from
Forest Grove, Ore., Mr. Orlop leaving
at once for Wyoming where he will
work for the government In the ex
termination of the coyote.
At (he primary held at Kobinson'a
store Tueaday, April 2, only seven bal
lots were cast lclcgate elected to
Ut Twin Fall convention April 20,
are N K. Keblusou, Hon Kenio dy
und F. W. Orlep.
(Mil emigres, sad to relate, Is still
It doesn't take a newly married
couple long lo discover that there la
u lot of snoring in love'a young
Charge for publishing legal ad-
vertUIng must be paid when proof
of publication la presented.
Of sale of Property In the City of
Ontario, Oregon for Delinquent Sew
NOTICE 18 HEKEBY GIV
EN. That I. H. C. Farmer, City
Marshal of the City of Ontario, Ore
gon, by order of the City Council of
said City have levied upou and will
sell the property hereinafter describ
ed, situated In the rity of Ontario.
Oregon, for delinquent assessment
made against said property, a made
by the aald City for Sewer Improve
ments a hereinafter stated, aald
property, or as much thereof, as may
be necessary, will be sold at the front
door of the City Hall In Ontario, Ore
gon, on Saturday the 29th day of Ap
ril 1916 at the hour of ten o'clock In
the forenoon, to autlsfy auid assess
ment and accrued coats.
The following I a description of
the property to be sold, together
with the name of the person agaluat
whom said assessment was made, and
the amount due on each tract.
Helng a list of delinquent second
Installment payment due Feburary
Mli 1916 tor construction of Lateral
Sewer, District No 1, Bancroft Bend
Frank Bennett, Lieu 23 Block 128
LoU 11 to 13 inc. $10.92.
C. E. Balding, Lien 16. Block ISO
Lots 11 to 20 Inc., fS6.28.
Blackaby & Lees, Lien 19, Block
1.10, 1-ots 1 to 10 Inn . $36.28.
Charles Emlson, Lion 2. Block 137.
6 to 10 Inc.. $18.18.
William U. Haver. Lien 24. Block
139, Lota 11 to 16 Inc.. 118 14.
Any party purchasing any of said
properly at said sale will be given a
Certlfllcato of Purchase hy the said
City, which aald Certificate. If not
sooner redeemed will ruu for one
year, and bear lutcrost at the rato
of ten per rnl per annum. If the
laid Certificate Is not redeemed at
the end of one year, by surrendering
the said Certificate to the City of On
tario, tho said City will deliver to
the owner thereof a ,' prop
erty de.erlhed In the raid Cert Iflcate
Flrsl rulillcallon. March 10, 1916.
Last Publication April 27, 1910.
II i IWIt.MLU.
i II) Marshal of the City of Ontario,
Siilli i: in ai-i-iiis IMIAT oi
Iii the mailer of Hie estate of K.
I-: Hunter, deceased.
Notice I hereby given: tlni IM
undersigned ban been appointed
ailministatnr of the eatate of E. E.
Hunter, deceased, by the county
court of the Stale of Oregon for Mal
heur County, and has qualified. All
persons having claim against aald
eatate are hereby notified to pre
sent the same to me at my office, at
city Hall, ut Ontario, Oregon, with
vouchers and duly verified, within
six monrlis from the date hereof.
Dated and first published, the 30th
day of March 1916.
CLAY M. STEARNS,
Last publication the 27th day of
NOTICE OF HIIEHU-'KH HALE UN
HI It KXF-tTTION
By virtue of an Attachment Execu
tion duly issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court for Malheur County and
State of Oregon, dated the 16th day
of March, 1916, In a certain action In
the i ircult Court for aald County and
State, wherein the Ontario Nation
al Bank, as Plaintiff, recovered Judg
ment ugalnat Lout Hurtle and J. J.
Burbrldge, a Defendanta, for the sum
of Four Hundred Dollars, with lu
terest thereon at the rate of 10 per
cent per annum from June 28, 1913;
and for the further sum of Fifty Dol
lars, Attorney feea; and for the furth
er sum of Thlrteeu and 20-100 Dol
NOTICE IS HEKEBY OIVKN,
That I will on the 22ud. day of April,
1916, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock A.
M. of aald day, at the main entrance
oor of the Court House, In Vale, Mal
heur County, Oregon, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, or bid
ders, for caah, the following de
scribed real property, to-wlt:
All of Lot 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 In
Block 23 In the City of Ontario, Ore
gon, a ahown by the original plat of
that city, and made subject to a prior
lien of Henrietta Payne tor the sum
of $1600.00; aud
An undivided one-half interest In
the following premise:
Lot 6, Block 74 ia the City of On
tario, Oregon; alao Lot S In Block
"A"; Lot 2 In Block "B "; Lota 1, 3,
S, and 4 In Block "C" and Lot t In
Block "D"; all In Bartona Plat, and
helng iu the SEV4 NEK of Sec. 4,
Twp. 18 S. K. 47 E. W. M ; and also
an undivided one-half interest in the
NWH Bee. 36, Twp. 18 8. K. 46 E. W.
If.; and also an undivided one-half
Interest In the NW14 8WI4 and 8 ft
8WU Sec. 36, Twp. 20 S. K. 46 E.
TheNWK NEK NEK NEK NEK
and 8K NEK NEK NEK NEK
Sec. 4 Twp. 18 S. It 47 E. W. M ;
Taken and levied upon aa the prop
erty of the said above named defend
ant, J. J. Burbrldge, or aa much
thereof a may be uecesaary to satis
fy the said udgment in favor of the
Ontario National Bank aud against
the aald above named defendant,
witli interest thereon, together with
all cost that have or may accrue.
Dated at Vale, Oregon, thla 18th
day ot March, 1916.
H FN J. BKOWN. Sheriff.
By Hon A. Soward, Deputy.
First publication, March 23, 1916;
laat publication April 20, 1916.
1 H. P. TITAN JR.
The entrine that is always
sizes from 1 to 6 h. p. Come in and let n demonstrate
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO.
"Safety first" was the mutto iiml raitice of
litis bunk long before those words became the
slogan of the large transportation companies.
Service to the public is not a theory, but a
daily practice with ua.
Put your money where safety is the first
consideration nnd uviiil yourself of our service.
Safety Deposit Boxes
DOTY & STEVENS
Suffolk Percheron Stallion
Stand at lit ranch, near On
tario, from AprU lat, lttltt to
Jan. lat, 1017.
Season $3, paid when ser
vice I given. Colt from thla
aire can be seen at the ranch.
J. P. SCHALL, Prop.
riirht. We have in stock II
NATIONAL SLOGAN SUG
GESTED BY PROMINENT
Weuld Remind the Puelio ta Preveat
Sicknss by Removing the Cause
a prominent druraiat of Meuiplilaaay:
"MuiU slckue could and would be
prevented if tlie people would ouly re-
uieuiber that rouatlpaliou ut one ot tlie
drat cauaea. Aa a rauiiuder, I woald
ugliest the slogan,
" -ltexall Orderllea, the laxative tab
let with the pleasant taste.'
"I suggest IU-xalt Orderllea as I know
their formula aud believe they are the
best remedy for relieving constipation.
They can be uaed by men, women as
joj nnu Sum Arijx u i Ml
this (iMt Uxitlva.
THE ONTARIO PHARMACY
THE RKXALL STORK
1 , - yi fagnMj
T. O. BALLARD ,