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DRfl. PRIMZINO A WFE8K
Office in New WiUon Black.
Dr. Harriet Sean
Dr. Pauline Sean
Graduate American School of Osteo
pathy, Kirksville, Mo.
Wilim. Block. Telephone 164 Bin.
DR. W. O. HOWE sj . -
Phones office 117
Wlliion Bldg. R"- H"
1R, II. f. 11KKTT
Ofllce 2ur door Bast of Onarl Plmr- 1
inscy on Nevada Avenue, Nenr
R. R. Depot.
J. H. FARLEY Funeral directc,
and rmbalmer. Ily assistant. Phone
182-W. OnUrio, Orefon.
I I .l NOTN'KM.
NOTIOE TO ONTRACTOItM.
The undersigned members of the
xchool board of Independent District
No. 18, w'll receive bids for the
construction of the addition to be
hullt onto the present school build
ing In Fruitland Plans end speci
fications may bo aeon at the Frult
lsnd State Hank after June 26. 1916.
Illds will 1)0 received up to five
o'clock p. ni of July 1st. 1916.
All bids must be accompanied by
a certified check for 6 por cent of
the amount of the bid submitted
The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
A. 11 EI.DItEDUE, Chairman.
II II STIIAWN. Clerk. II II
The state teachers' examination
will be held at Vale Juno 28, 29, 30
and July 1, 1916. Following is the
program for Malheur ceunty:
Wednesday --Arithmetic, civil gov
ernment, geography and orthography
Thursday -- Reading, grammar,
history and physiology.
Friday Algebra, school luw, the
ory, writing and composition
Saturday Psychology, American
literature aud physical geography.
Teachers wishing to write for pri
mary or life papers will kindly make
County Superintendent of Schools
NOTICE OF SALE OK STATE
Notice Is hereby given that the
State Land Board of the State of
Oregon will receive sealed bids until
10:00 o'clock a. m., August 12, 1916,
for the following described lands:
T. 19 8. It. 39 K. NW qr. NV u.r..
S half N half and S half Sec. 16 and
all Sac. 36.
T. II S. R. 41 E, all of Sec. 16.
T. 10 8. It. 41 E ., all of Sec. 16.
T. 21 S. It 39 E. all Sec 16; N
half, SE ur . I half SW jr and 8W
qr. BW qr. Sec. 36.
T. 22 8. R. 41 E., all of Bt4 II
and all of Sec. 36.
T. 24 8. II II , all of I
and all of Be4
T. 15 8. H. 4 u . N half and east
half SE qr. and N half SW qr Sec
16 and all Sec
All bids must be accompuu Ii ! kj
MMTiin l i: ( REAM
1! K. .Wvwiiau will be reudy on
April 15 to duliver any quantity of
pure ice cruum to any part of the city.
Ilia ice cream la made with a "IHm:
Sanitary Freezer" and is guaranteed
the best quality on the market.
1'uoue 203-N 1. 15tf
liabltfUJ. VI - ant to take. BL
K. 1 ru if action te froc, euy muX
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rrtoe ioc uudSte. Wi-7.
Everhart Drug Co., Ontario
F. S. BAILEY
Telephone 20 N X
W. II. Brooke, Attorney at Law.
Wllaon Bids. Ontario Or
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice in All Courts
Notary Public. Office Over Postoffir
LESLIE J. AKER
Room 9, First National Bank Bldg
Mcculloch & wood
Roonvs 1-2-3 First Natl Bank Bldg
It. W. Hwaglor Attorney at I.nw.
.looms 13-14-16 Wilson Bldg
P. J. UAlXAOHK.lt
Rooms In Wllpon Bldg.
TRANSFER, BAOGACE AND EX
Meets all trains.
JOHN I.ANI.INCII AM
a regulnrly executed application to
purchase and check or draft for at
loast one-fifth of the amount bid.
The hoard reserves the right to re
Jert any and all bids.
Applications and bids should be sd
dreaaod to O. O. Drown, clerk State
l.und Hoard, Salem, Oregon, and
mnrked "Application and bid to pur -
chase state lands
Dated at Salem.
Oregon, June 13,
O. O. nilOWN,
Clerk .state i.an.i Board.
Last publication Aug. 17.
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NOW E OK Stl.K OP BJUIl PHO
PERTV HY ADMIMNTHATOH
Notice la hereby given that under
nnd by virtue of an order of sale
duly mndx by the County Court of
the State of Oregon, for Malheur
County, that the undersigned, the
duly appointed and acting adminis
trator of the estate of David S. (.am
ine, deceased, will from and after
the 14th day of July. 1916. at the I
hour of 10 o'clock a. at offer for
sale all of the following described
i in I property, belonging to the es
statu of suld deceased, to-wlt: The
W. half of S. E. fourth, and N. E.
fourth of 8. E. fourth, Sec. 11, and
the 8. E. fourth of N. E fourth of
Sec. 11, all In twp. 17 south, of
range 44 E. W. M. In Malheur Coun
The terms of sale, Is cash In band,
snd the sale will be private and to
'ho highest and bust bidder, and
ibject to the approval of the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for
Dated this 9th day of June, 1918.
Administrator of estate of David
8. Uninm, deceased with will an
NOTIOF. OK FINAL HKTTI.KMKXT
Notice U hereby given that tin
undersigned, administrator of the es
tate of H. H Adams, deceuhed. Iiun
filed In the County Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of
Malheur hiii finul account of bin ud-
mlnlatratloa oara said NUti, at.d
that the same bus been duly set for
bearing by said court on Saturday,
h day of July, I 'J III, at the
hour of eleven o'clock a. in of said
day at the Court hOBM in Vah on
gon. Any und all persons interest
ed In said estate are hereby notified
to appear at huid time und file 1 1 . ir
nbj tloai in writing, if auy there
are, to suld final account, ami run
Ir .t Ihc sannv
DOH ainl ilatod und firs! imlillHhed
tbiH I. .til day of June. li18.
k HAY WILSON,
Adniinistrutor of the estate of S.
II. Adams, deceased. 24-28
NOTIt i: TO CRKU1TOR8,
Notuo ln-ic.iy gttnM tkAl the
the County Court of the State of.
Oregon, lor Malluur Count), Aduiin-
iutrator of the MtaU of W
Mink, di BUI l.aMng
against the estate of the suid
,.'! i.oiifii-il ',,
ent the .' tho lau office
.hdonagill iti Ontario, Oregon,
duly ernied wohin l months rrotn '
the dute of the tirst publication of
this notice. Hate of first public-u-
tiou. Juno l.V.ii. lfti,
1J. H. 1'LKCKI.L,
Administrator of the estate of VVm.
J. M nk, deceased.
MliK I OJ "-HLK1I I 'S SAI.K.
Notice is lierel)y given that under
and by virtue of au writ of execu
tion in foreclosure duly and
regularly issued by the clerk
of the Circuit Court of the
State of Orogon for the County of
Malheur, dated May 2, 1916, to me
directed in that certain suit in the
Circuit Court of tha State of Oro-
gon for the County of Malheur
wherein P. L. Anderson Is plaintiff,
and Humboldt r'onaoi:datod Gold
Mines a corporation, et al, are de
fendants and wherein set plaintiff re
covered Judgment and decree again
st the said defendant, Humboldt Con
solidated Oold Mines In the sum of
Twelve Thousand Hlx llundrod Twenty-one
and 16-100 (112,621.16) Pol
lars, and In the further sum of Six
Hundred Forty-three and 90-100
(6643.90) Dollars Interest, and In
tin- ftirtlmr sum of Ninety-three and
60-100 (93. r,0) Dollars for filing
Hens, and In the further huiii of One
Thousand Threo Hundred Sixty-three
(11363.00) Dollars as attorney's fees
for the foreclosure of sold Hens, and
for his rosts and disbursements of
sold suit In the further sum M Klc
von and 60-100 ($11.60) Dollar,
and wherein .1 II McDonough re-
I revere, I 1 liilrtnent urn ilerri'i- flfnlimt
the said defendant, Humholnt Con-.'ernlly all water rutiiin. building.
solldated Oold Mines, In the sum of structures, super-structures, mneliln
Five Hundred Seventy-six and 62-iery, tools, appliances and appurtcn-
1 100 ($:76.62) Dollars, nnd In the
further sum of Thirty-three and fi
100 (133 0!) Dollars Interest, and
' In the further sum of Five (16.00)
Dollars for filing liens, and In the
further sum of Sixty (660 00) Dol
lars as attorneys' fees for the fore
closure of said Hens, and for his
costs and disbursements of said suit
In the sum of Ten ($10.00) Dollars,;
and wherein J. T. Donnelly, trustee, !
recovered Judgment and decree
against the said defendant, Humboldt
Consolidated Gold Mines, In the sum
of Sixty Thousand (160.000 00)
Dollars with Interest thereon from ,
February 1, 1914, at the rate of sev-;
an por cent per annum, and in the.
further sum of Six Thousand One.
1 Hundred Seventy-seven and 60-100
($6177 60) pollara unpaid Interest,
and In the further sum of Three
Thousand (13000.00) Dollars aa at
torney's fees, and In the further sum
of Five Hundred ($60000) Dollars
aa .trustee's fees, and for hla costs
and dlabursements of aald suit In the
further sum of Ten ($10.00) Dol
lar, which said Judgments and de
crees In said suit were duly and reg
ularly given and made on May 29,
1916, and In which said Judgments
and decrees It Is further provided
that the said sums of money consti
tute valid Hens against the herein
after described property, and It la
further nroviiletl flint until nrnnertv
, ,0 ,.., ,., Judflnent..
attorneys' feaa, trustee's foot,
and accruing coata.
Now, Therefore, pursuant to said I
execution I will on Hiiliinlsiv the MOi
dvf Julv inns. t the hour f iwJr required to appear and answer
o'clock In the afternoon of said day
at the front door of the Malheur
County Court House at Vale In Mal
heur fiiiinit . Oreeon. aell nt nubile
auction to the highest bidder for
cash In hand the following describ
ed premises situate In Malheur Coun
t, Oregon, and more particularly
descrlbod as follews:
The "HUMHOI.DT" Quarts Mln
Ing Claim, the notice of location
thereof being of record In Book "A"
of Recorda of Quarts lxcatlona of
Malheur County, Oregon, at page 7?
thereof; and the amended notloa of
location thereof being of record in
said Hook "A" at page 172 thereof,
and the amended notice of In
thereof being of record in Hook "l"
of aald Recorda of Quart Locations
at page 159 thereof, and the umrnd
ed notice of location thereof being
"f ,"'"r'1 '" "w ,,m,k
I" of aald
Records of Quartz Locations at page
266; th.- ' SIKI'IUSK ' Quartz Min
ing Claim, the notice of hn-.iii.ni
thereof being of record in uuid Hook
"A" at page 171 thereof, and the
anioiided notice of location ttMNOl
being of record in said Hook ,li" at
page 160 thereof, und the amended
in. I of loralion th.i..,.r hi-ing of
record In hald Hook "!)" at page 270
thereof; the "HKUKK1.KY" Qaartl
Mining Cluliu, tho noiui- of I,
thereof being of record In said Hook
"A" at page 8i thereof, and the
aineniifil no lire of location t
being of record In suld Hook "D" ut
puge 161 thereof, und the amended
. ill thereof being of
.a aaid Hook "I)" ut page 261
thereof; and the "BCRKBLBY NO.
2" Quart. Mining Claim, the notice
. of liiing of record
in suid lluiiK 1)" at puge 158 Ur-
of, un.i Ud ntic,. of log
ii.m than if being of record In aald
l)L)k -l)" ut page 268 thereof; and
all unaVr gri and rights of every
aj IgtKrg wliatsoever situate
within the bontti the follow
g bOUB4d promises to-wit: Coin
niencing at a point located on the
Bottth iKiUinlury line of Lot la Ii
M. B No. 40, and from which aald
point comer No. 9 of said I.ot 125-
1) bearr. South 81 deg. East 200 feet;
und running thence North 600
feet North to monument; thence
North 81 deg U c ,t S39.5 feet
to a monument; thence South
84 deg. 40 uiiu West 1078.1
feet to monument, which Is lo
cated on the West boundary line
of Lot 125-A M. E. No. 40; thence
South 600 feet along said West boun
dary to corner No. 6 of said Lot 125
A; thence North 84 deg. 40 mln.
East 1079.1 feet along the South
boundary line of said Lot 126-A to
corner No. 7 of said Ixit 126 A,
which Is also corner No. 10 of said
Lot 12G-H, thence South SI deg. K.int
8.19.6 feet along the South boundary
line of said lot 126-11 to a point, the
place of beginning, save and MMf4
so much of sa d premises as may
net be situate within the exterior
boundary of wild I,ots IJ.VA and
126-H, or any other Colt Brothers
Patented Ground; and also certain
wn'er rights and privileges and oth
er rlchts and privilege:! In ronnec
Con with the mild above dve-rllcd
prenilnoH, and all situate In what Is
known as the Mormon Hnsln In Mai
heur County, Oregon. Together with
tlmt certnln 6JIHl"tl mill nnd rcd'to
tlon plant situate upon and used In
connection with the working, devel
opment and operntlon of the above
deirrlhed mining premises, nnd gen-
i ances, water rights and privileges
' and all rights and privileges
located upon or used In connection
with the working, development nnd
operation of the said premises above
1 described, or any pnrt thereof.
I Or so much thereot as may be
! necessary to satisfy the said Judg
' nients and decrees together with the
I costs which have or may accrue un
I der and by virtue of said writ of ex
Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 1st
i day of June, 1916
HEN J BROWN.
Sheriff of Malheur County, Ore
- nnRB A HOWARD.
t .. . .
In the eireu'.t Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Malheur.
Fruit Orowers Rank of Payette,
Idaho, a corporation, plaintiff va. Ai
de E. Olson, Robert E. Olson, A. I,
Cockrum, trustee, the First National
Hank of Ontario. Oregon, a corpora
tion, Walter O. Howe. R. A. Mer
chant, Moas Mercantile company, a
corporation, and tho unknown helra
Of Alexander Caldwell, deceased, De
fendants. To Allle B. Olson, Robert E. Ol
son. It. A. Merchant, Moss Mercan
tile company, a corporation, and the
unknown heirs of Alexander Cald-
1 well, deceased, the above named do-
In (he name of the State of Ore
You snd each of you are here
' the cro-complalnt filed against you
in tun anovu enimeu uiv jr n. ..
Cockrum, trustee, aud the First Na-
I tlonsl Hunk of Onturio, on or before
' the 8th day of July, 11. the aame
being the last day of the time pre
1 scribed by order of the court direct
ing service of summons In said suit
on aald croas-complalnt to bo made
upon you by publication, and 'f you
fail so to answer, for want thereof,
the aald croas-coniplalnanta, A. L
Cockrum and the Flmt National
Hank of Ontario. Oregon, will apply
to the said court for the relief de
ni a tided In sa'.d cross-complaint, to
wit: For Judgment against Allle E Ol
w.n and Robert K Olson for $144 48,
with luterest thereon at the rate of
i. n per cent per annum from J.inu
ary 10th, 1916, until paid, and for
175.00 attorney's fees and for guld
cross-complainant ' con's and ills
hursemchts in said suit; also for a
ot till (1,1111 folrcloMUg that
.1 mortgage executed by
Allle F. Olson und Koherl li
to A I. Cockrum, trustee, on Juuu-
ury 26th, 1914, on lots 1, 2 und the
north hall of lot It in block IIS of
i city of Ontario, Mulbeur county,
i, ami which said mortgage is
i. i, i. led in hook Q,' page 387, of
!'. Itecords of Heal Mortgages for
If county, Oregon, and for all
leliif demanded ill said cross-
. . 1 1 i 1 tint .
You are further notified that this
In Wftll is erved upon iln l pub
1 rattoa in pursuance of an order of
i i lion. Iialton Hlggs, Judge of this
i nit, which said order MM
Md enleieil ill Ml
day of Muy, lil, und directed that
tills summons he published once each
:r six consecutive weeks in the
Ontario Argus, commencing with
M of May llttj 1916
The first publication of this sum
's Muy 8th, till, ami the
last publlcut...!. U .luh Itfei llll.
Met ii.i.oi ii t wood,
oorneys for crosscoinplainant,
A I. Cockrum, t I I the First
N.iii .ual Hunk ot Ontario, Oregon.
So lit Ii.
Notice is hereby given that the
, . tuership lieretofore existing
:, H. Winter and C, II. Trous-
dale is hereby dlssohil 1! . U mt
er will collect ll bills owing tie
a und pay all debts owed by the
r u TitocsnAi.E.
A. B. Wl.NTliH
Dated Ontario, Ore , May 20, 1916.
0. S. L. TIME TABLE
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:33 t. n
6:1. p. u.
? 61 . m.
4:t a. in
i2: i p. m.
;i p. m
Oregon Wash. Ltd
Oregon Wash E.. p.
18 Oregon Wasli Lt
76 Boise Pony
4 Eastern Epre
6 Oregon Wash tSxp
OREOO.N KA ,TK..,V 1 .IANCII
it Mr an
139 Mixed, dall exept
Sunday fo Riverside 12:20p.m.
AI... & .UU .AN BRANCH
41 Mixed Vn.e A Hrogan
Dn'.y exept Sunday 10:00 a.m.
'' I' m Je dally 7:00 p. m.
140 Mixed from Riverside
daiiy except Sunday 12 flip, m
9S Puss from Vale, dally 8:40 n m
4 2 Mixed from Hrogan A
vale dolly except
Sunday 8:30 p. m.
The Homedale train leaves Nyssa
1 30 n m. on Tueaday, Thursday
nnd Saturdny, returning same day,
srivl-g p.t OuUrio ftf f, ?0 p. m
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It gives Vtill the free benefit of expert advice
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end .idvise you ill its management, if you BO de
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We invite you to open an BOOOUnl mid become
a regular atron, and pay your bills by cheek.
. It is the modem business way, and it is the
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