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DIIM PRINTING ft WKK.SE
Office in New Wilson Block.
Dr. Harriet Sears
Dr. Pauline Sean
Graduate! American School of Osteo
pathy, Kirkoville, Mo.
Wilson Block. 1'rlephonc 1S4 Rlk
DR. W. Q.
i .m. 1 1 7
DR. I. C HHP.TT
Office Sue door Kant of Ontarl Phar
macy on Nevada Avenue, .Near
R. R. Depot.
J. H. FARLEY Funeral directc.
and embalmer. Ijtdy assistant. Phone
182-W. OnUrio, Oregon. I
I . 'Hi R iiihIimw wil -.ir.
vi.. I'resldent Thus. It. Marshal
Secretary of State,. . Robnrt Lansing
Secretary of Trias ,. . W. U. McAdoo
Secretary 01 War, . .L. M. Garrison
Attorney-tie i ill. Thus. W. Gregor)
Post mast er- nen.l....A. Ilurleson
Secretary of Nsv J. Daniels
rlnc'y of Interim ..Franklin K.Lanii
Sec'y of Agrlcilttue,, I). K. Houston
Soc'y of t'oniui 'ire. Win Q. Itedfleld
Secretary of LsM t . . . .W. II. Wilson
Secy to the Pres J. P. Tumulty
V. S. Hupreim Court
Chief Justice tidaurd i) Whl
Oliver Wendell Holmes
William It. Da
James ('. Mclte nolds
Charles E. Hughei;
Joseph R. I.um.ir
Vale V. H. I i.n.l I Nil. . r
Register Tho J. M
Receiver M.N Fe, Is
Governor James Wlthj com
8ec'y of SUte Ben Olot
Treasurer 1 -i Ka
Attorney-General, ..Geo. N I :own
Supt. of Public Instruction
J. A. t nun Mil
Dairy and Food t'ommlssioaei
J. D. Miikle
State Printer AW IsftWI" N
U. 8. Seni'ors.
HaTV :'.. '-".
G. K. Chamberlain
W. C. Hawley
N. J. Slnnot
A N. McArtbu-
State Supreme i ....i
chief Justice Prunk A. Moore
Thomas A. Mcllrlde
in in) j Rati
Ifaja, II. Burnett
lliiiry I.. llt-nson
l..m i. in.' T. 1 1. hi in
Ninth Ju.ll.lal Dl-lrl.l
District Judge Dalton Biggs
Dlstrirt Attorney W II. llrooke
Nt'imtor -'sili legislative Aurt-inhl)
Joint Senator, tur Oram, iiiHitlf.
uud liurney Counties,
. . Luring V. Stewart
i ..iinty Judge a. XV. McKulght
COOK BY WIRE
Escape the hours of kitchen
drudgery, the dirt, the heat
HOT SUMMER DAYS
THE ELECTRIC RANGE
Is clean, convenient, econo
mical. "Makes life brighter and the
day's work lighter."
Electric Investment Co.
W. H. Brooke, Attorney at haw
Wilson Bldg. Ontario Ore
ATTORNEY AT l,AW
Will Practice in All Courts
Notary Public. Office Ora Poatofflci
LESLIE J. AKKR
Room 9, First National Bank Bid
Rooms 1-2-3 First Natl Bank Bldg
It. W. Nwagler Attorney at Us,
Rooms 13-14-16 Wilson llldg
P. 1. OAM.AtlHKIt
Rooms In Wllpon nidg
TKAN.HI ER, BAGGAGE AND EX
Meets all trains.
County Clerk John P. Houston
si. "i 1 1 f Ben J. Brown
John P. Weaver
County Treasurer, J
Lewis E. Hill
. . . .Fay Clark
. . IV r' 1'nrmer
.. .It o Payne
A It Mcintosh
. . .0. L King
1 mm i Coronor
Justice of the Peace
circuit Court for Malheur county
meets In Vale, the county seat, on
the second Monday In January; on '
the fourth Monday In April; and on
, the first Tuesday In September for
regular sessions. Hon. Dalton Biggs,
Circuit Judge; W. II. Brooke, Ulsl
rlct Attorney; John P. Houston,
The County Court of Malheur
County meets In regular sesalon at
Vale on the first Wednesday of Jan
uary, March. May, July, September
and November. County Judge, Geo.
W. McKnlgiit; M. D. Kelley and
John F. Weaver, Commissioners;
John P. Houston, Clerk
Watch Wss Lest snd Lay In
Ground Sis Vssrs.
Dayton, Wssh. An heirloom watch.
lo-l six years mi" lit Ooorge Jones.
in.- 1. 1 llclit recently when County
. uiiiiUsl.iiicr l.ee I.ludlev turned s
furrow In n ficM he was plowing and
liro'.ulit the raM to the surface
Jones lost the wstch while at the
I. In. I Icy farm and had never been able
o tin. I H, ullli.iiuli lie hint looked . ate
fully liuiln I line-.
It wss in a silver case, which wss
liuilly ills. -ol. ircl from long contact
wllh the en rlli I. ut after I, Indie) hud
shaken the Mill from It an. I wouiul II
It rsu us well as the day it was lost.
Indian Gold Hssrt Bslnv
ion. I The first I. rem h of
promise suit In which Imlhin- were
both plaintiff and defends nl arej de
. hid when Miss Agnes Rear irai gien
n eriii. t or s.!.."sii againei Boallej i la
lej b II .1 1 J I here As II IrMlIt :i)l is
sad in the I In1.-. I. ' ' l'h" said
Smiley, "on note white hi neekj
ookum for Bmllei Finlei '"
li.iiliing girls us picture.! this sea
son urn uoarniK I I. da! .-miles and
not much else.
CHICAGO PAYS HIGH
Mayor Gets $18,000 a Year and
Seventy Aldermen $3,000 Each.
NEW YORK IS NEXT IN LINE.
Gotham Allows Its Chief Executive
I1D.C00, Philadelphia $12,000, Boston.
8t. Louis, Ncwirk, N. J. Cincinnati,
Clsvslsnd and Pittsburgh $10,000, In
dianapolis and Seattle $7,500.
Washlnetoii Chlcngo has the high
est prlceil mayor In the country. Ho
gets M,000 a jesr and HTTM four
I yenrs. New York I'omes next, with
I m IIHIHUI ....-.... .Imm , .1..,, In,
four yenrs Phllsdclhls. third In the
list, gives Its iiisyor 111.000 s year for
four years Host. in, SI. I.ouls. New
nil.. N J.; fin. Iiiiisll, Clevelsnil slid
I I'llisl.iirL'h pnv lliclr mayors 104HO
niiniinlly. the tenn lielnif four years
In Boston Pittsburgh inn I SI. I..c.ls.
nn. I two jeius In Inelnnall. Cleveluinl
liiillnnapolls ami S-.-uttle pay their
inn'ors J 7 flint I year. Ssn l-'ranclsco.
Baltimore anil Minn. -spoils i1(k h
Knst St. I.ouls. I...lllsllle. New lie. I
ford. Detnilt. Knnsss t'ltv. Buffalo.
.Mount Vernon. Ilinhestcr. i oiutiiluis,
S. ninton, I'rovlilen.e, San Antonio.
To . ami Mehtnood pny fo.OOO enrh.
The .l.lerineii. who share with the
mayor ami certain other officials the
responsibility of government in Amerl
nil .Hies, cost the taxpiiycpi vnri lug
sums Mingo bus sewntv aldermen
nt .:: 000 en li. Boston, nine nt $1 oOO
es.h. St I.ouls. twenty nine. St 1.H00
each; Newark. thirty two. at fMQ MM h;
New York, seventy three, st ILOQO
en.li; Clm limatl, thirty two. nt $1,100
apiece: Chi el mil. twenty six. St $1,201)
MChi Phlliiilclphl.i. forty eight select
in. Ilmi'ti nnd eluhty Ihr HM
conn, llincii all senlnir without salnry:
I'ltlshiireh. nine nlileriiieii. si fiL's-N)
each; Indianapolis nine st $IKI aph H e
in il Senllle. nine, st $.'l.fSSJ spleee
I he onh
Itles that haw an upier
Slid a lower house of ahlermen or
...iiii. Ilmen are Hartford, Conn.; New
It 1 1 1 it I ii. Conn.: Atlanta. I.oulsvlllc.
Portlsnd Me ; Bsltlmore (thirty three
In nil. st II.ikiO escln; Br.xkti.il. Msss ;
Cainhrldce. Mass Kven'tt. Mass : Mai
den, Msss ; pltchliurg. Mass.; New Bed.
f.ir.l. Mass : Plttsflcld. Mass . Spring
field. Mass.: Worcester, Mnss ; Kansas
City. Mo.; Manchester, N. II : Buffalo
(thirty six in all. at $1,000 eschl; tal
rssler, Pa : Philadelphia. Pawtnckrt
R. I.; Providence, IL 1.; WoonsoekeL
R. I.; Ljiiehhurg, Va.; Norfolk, Va.;
Portsinouth. Vo : Richmond, Va.. and
'I'he coiiiintaslon form of government,
which tskes the place of mayors and
slilermen. IntolM's a smaller salary
outlay. In Washington. D. C. the
three coininlsslotiers get a total of
$13,000 In Denver. $'.'.i.neO: In San
Dlc-i. -.'isl. Ill Toeks. $0,000; In
New ut'eans. r,oinsi. In Snlem. Msss..
HOOOOl lii St Paul. OSLOOOl In Lin
coin Nc'. i(Nii: In Atlsntlc City.
llSJIOOl In ItaroaM N .1 . IHMfHi; In
Hoboken M'.0W in Jwwr) Off, '.'.
000: In 'I nioii m.'.usi. ami In liar
In seine of the coininlsslon governed
cities a niiuor Is i e.ie.l as sii' h. while
In otlieis lie l ch .sen bj the cuniuls
slou. Sometl'iies he -ets tin extra al
lownnce us . 'i .li-iiiii of tic . nulls
sion. imt this rarei wreeeai '. and
Is In. hided In most of the alsie lotuls
While most .Hies employ assessors
to Ox the v.iliiitlou of properly for
the puiposis f luxation, those of
some sintes here se Mseeaon bw ri
p.ut to the county the amounl required
t.. l.e raise. I for cltj ursscs
SEVERED MUSCLES TRAINED.
Stumps of Amputated Arms Mads to
Operate False Hands.
Ziiil. h Three protessor of Zuihli
university have been exerlmentlng in
Hie hope of Haloing the mils, leu In Hie
slumps of amputated nuns to ...niie. I
With nrtitli lal hands In ml Ii a mj a
to open and I'se the lingers.
Profeeeor Oenerbei h, one of the pro
lessors, sms In a lieriuau ini.li.ul
ni;iLii.liie r hit t the ttiitttomt.'iil illltl. ill
lies huvtt la-en oierrome so effectually
that all that Is now required for com
plete succcks Is a somewhat better
s ill rids I bund, and he expresses ex
pectation that this soou will be In
vented I.KO.U, NOTICFH.
NOTICK OK MKKTINO OF LAND
OWNERS OF M 1 1 to- t it DRAIN
Vt.K IHsTHICT TO KI.FAT
BOARD OF Illltl I NCPKRV1M
OltS OF SAID IHSTHICT.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the land owners of Malheur
Drainage District is hereby called to
meet at the Cairo School House in
said district on Tuesday, the 1st day
of August, 1916, at the hour of two
o'clock p. m , for the purpose of
electing a board of Three Supervis
ors for said district.
W. H. DOOLITTLB,
Done and dated at Vale, Oregon,
this 19th day of July. 1916. 29-30
XOTlti: OF SHKRIFFVS HALF IN
1 1 virtue of an execution in fore
closure duly issued by the clerk of
the circuit court for Malheur county
and state of Oregon? dated the 16th
day of June, 1916, in a certain ac
Uoa in the Circuit court for said
county and sUte wherein rfteholM
Krles, as plaintiff, recovered Judg
ment against W. H. Doollttle and ttoi
tie Doollttle, hushnnd nnd wife, J H
Cook, trustee, Klla M Sproul nnd J
.1 Hurhrldge as defendants, for the
sum of three thonsand four hundred
fifty dollars, with Interest UMfOOO
from May 7, 1916. nt the rate of H
per cent per annum; and tho further
sum of thrisp hundred fifty dollars at
torney fopf.; nnd the further sum of
I twenty-four nnd 60-100 dollars costs;
Notice Is herehy given, That I will
j on the 22nd day of July, 1916, at the
i hour of 1:30 In the afternoon of snd
toy nt the moln entrance door of the
Court House In Vale, Malheur conn
I ty, Oregon, sell nt public auction to
the highest bidder or bidders for cosh,
the following described real property,
The south half of the northwest
iiu.irter of section twenty-four, town-
liip eighteen south, range forty-six
I W M. In Malheur county, Oregon,
together with all water rights appur
Taken nnd levied upon as the pro
perty of the said above named defend
ants, W II Doollttle, Bessie Doollttle,
J. II. Cook, trustee, Klla M. Sproul
and J J Hurhrldge, or as much there
of as may he necessary to satisfy the
said Judgment In favor of Nicholas
Krles and against the said above nam
ed defendants, with interest thereon,
totjether with all costs and disburse
ments that hnve or may accrue
Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 17th
day of June, 1916.
BEN. J. BROWN, Sheriff.
By BOSS A. SOWARD, Deputy.
First publication June 22, 1916;
Inst publication Juh 20. 1916
NOTICE TO CRKDITORH.
Notice I- herely gin, that the
undersigned hus been duly appoint
ed administrator of the estate of
James J. Coiart, deceased, by order
0f tMe county court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Malheur
All persons having claims against the
said estate are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified aa
required by law, to the said admin
istrator at his office In the Ontario
National Bank at Ontario, Oregon,
within six months from the date of
first publication of this notice.
Done and dated and first publish
ed this 6th day of July, A. D 19ltl
J. R BLACKAHY.
Administrator of the eatate of
James J. Coxart, deceased
NOTICE OF sin (K ONTARIO-
NYHHA IRRIGATION COMPAM
STOCK FOR DKI.1NOI KNT
Notice Is hereby given, that 19 Vi
shares of the capital stock of the On-.tario-Nysaa
Irrigation company Issued
to Gordou R. Houston, will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder
for cash, on the 24lh day of July.
1818, at tho hour of two o'clock, p
m. Bald sale will be made at the of
fice of the secretary of the said com
pany In Ontario, Oregon, and made
for tho purpose of satisfying delin
quent assessments against said stock
amounting to $208. $7.
The purchaser of said stock will be
entitled to have 194 shares of the
stock of the said Ontario-Nyssa Irri
gation company Issued to said pur
chaser, and the water right which the
same r. attached to and mude
uppurtenunt to any lands designated
by ,d P""'""' A w Tumv
President Ontario Nyssu Irrigation
i m anno,
tnry iit.irlo-NyKtt Irrigation
o'ii p. ti sai.i: oi MATH
Notice Is liereliy given that tlo-
State Land Hoard of the State ...
union will i.iilve sealed bids until
o'clock a m , August M, I0t$3i
for the IoIIiumiik de-crihed Ian. I
T. 19 S. H. 39 I NV qr NV o,r ,
S half N liulf uud S halt See. 1C uud
all Sec 36
T 19 S II 4 1 K, all of Sec. 10
T. 20 S R 11 K, all of See 16.
T 21 8 H I , all Sec 16; N
half. SK qr , K half SW qr and SW
qr SW ar. Sec. 36.
T. 22 8. H 41 K , all of Sec. 1$
and all of Sec. 36.
T 24 8. R. 39 F... all of Sec. 16
and all of Sec. 3$.
T. 26 8. R. 40 E , N half and east
half SK qr and N half SW qr. Sec
16 and all Sec. 36.
" All bids must be accompanied by
a regularly exocuted application to
purchase and check or draft for at
least one-fiftli of the amouut bid.
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bida.
Applications and bids should be ad
dressed to O. Q Brown, clerk State
Land Board. Salem, Oregon, and
marked "Application and bid to pur
chase state lands."
Dated at Salem, Oregon, June 13,
O. O. BROWN.
Clerk State Land Board
Last publication Aug. 17.
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