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THURSDAY. SRPTKMnRR 7, 1916
THB ONTARIO AROIIS
Get in Touch With the Man Who Has Wants Through the Argus Classified Columns
A column that gets results for the buyer as well as
those who have goods for sale.
Five cents per line per insertion
Phone 49 J
WO U. r'.J? nomhr 12th to
JOth. Orchard one-half mile above
Brogan on main road, or send us
jour orders. O. W. Voak, Brogan
POR SALE Registered Shrop
shire rama, thirty lambs and lxty
flve yearling In prima condition. II
J. Cortur, Payatta, Ida.
POR SALE -Team gelding. 11(0
Iba. each, good worker, harne and
buggy. Inquire Oregon Packing
Co.. Ontario. Or. tf
FOR SALE 3 acrea within one
mile city achool and pout office.
Highly Improved. Large and smsll
frnit of all klada, 1 acre Italian
prune. All fenced with hog and
oblcken wire, all room house, deep
well. Inquire box 607, Ontario,
Ford for aale $185 00, newly
painted and overhauled, good run
nlng condition. Inquire at Argu.
POR BALE OR TRADE Lot 6
and 4 3. block 6 .Villa Park. Po
particulars write box 664. Hakei
Oregon. si 3m
POR BALE OR TRADE 160
acrea of land five mile wel of On
tario. Will trade for smaller tract.
Add re m box 326 or Argus office.
FOR BALK -One wagon bed, near
ly new, 1 eat buggy harne, 1 et of
work harnese. W A. Crook, phone
162 M 34tf
POR RENT Six room bouse, pan
try, two screened porches, deep well
on porch. Three block from Main
treat, eaat. Enquire of S. P. Taylor.
Bring In two old Urea and we will
make one that will run from 2000
to 6000 miles more for you. Kroee
aln Harnesa Co.
EXCHANGE FOR AUTO Two
fine reladence lots, each 26x160 it
Ontario Park addition Give parti
culars of your auto. Ontario Argu
HOBBY, 'it LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
RANCHES. W. J. PINNEY, ON
TAHIO. OREGON. ltf
WANTED- A girl
housework on ranch,
dress at Argus office.
DHS PRINZING & WEESE
Office in New Wilson Block.
Dr. Harriet Sear
Dr. Pauline Seara
raduatei American School of Osteo
puthy, Kirksville, Mo.
Wilson Block. Telephone 164 Blk.
VXnVijLri"tAjJV,s'ai"ir - wwwskal
DR. W. G. HOWE - a
DR. D. C. BRETT
Office 2uc door East of Ontarlj Phar
macy on Nevada Avenue, Near
ft R. Depot.
J. H. FARLEY Funeral director
and embalmer. Lady assistant. Phone
182-W. Ontario, Oregon.
POSITION WANTED By a young
woman as housekeeper or rook for
harvesters. Phone 86 N 2 36
WITH PULPIT MID PEW
The pastor returned Monday even
ing and will be In the pulpit next
Sunday at both morning and evening
Morning aervlce at 11 o'clock.
Theme: "The Lord's Charge and
Olft." The address will be of spec
ial Interest to all Christians. The
public Is Invited to he present.
Evening service at 8 o'clock. This
service will be for the school board,
teachers snd patrons of the Ontario
schools Topic for discussion, "Our
School, Our Opportunity." There
are no two classes of people that
should he more united for the devel
opment of the young people than the
churches and the schools. The
school Is looking after the mental
development of the child while the
church la trying to care for the spir
itual side of the child's life. Both
are necessary to the true develop
ment of the child. We want to co
operate with the schools In this work
and also want the schools to co-operate
with us In our share of the work.
Someone has said: "There la a
time when a hoy emerges from the
narrow bounds of dependent self-life,
snd from the limits of thn school
and the home, and seeks the larger
social world of M treel and the
'gang.' The Instinct In legitimate
and masterful snd full of possibili
ties of danger or help." It Is our
business to fit the boy and girl for
tin beat possible life.
The public Is Invited to attend
I) E. HA K Kit. Pastor.
Next Sunday will mark the close
of the conference year for the Metho
dist church snd the psstor will preaeli
in the morning from the subject,
"The Pastor and Ills People" and In
the evening will give a temperance
address especially discussing the
brewers amendment that Is to be vot
ed on this coming election
All tin members snd friends of the
church are especially urged to be
In the fair premium list the fol-
lowing premiums offered by the Wo
man's club of Ontario was inadver
tently omitted For t ie best display
f purple ate-a. f m'., $2 00, f 1.00.
The ontiiei for t It Is prise may be
made thru department "R"
ATTENTION FAIR STOCK HOLD
KKH. All stockholders of the Malheur
County Agricultural association will
please call tor their fair tickets at
the office of the city recorder on or
before September 16, 1916
C. M STKARNS,
W. H. Brooke, Attorney at Law.
Wilson Bldg. Ontario Ore
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice in All Courts
Notary Public. Office Over Postoffic
LESLIE J. AKER
Room 9, First National Bank Bldg.
McCULLOCH ft WOOD
Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
R. W. Swagler Attorney at Law.
Rooms 13-14-16 Wilson Bldg
P. J. GALLAGHER-
Rooms In Wllron Bldg.
TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND EX
PRESS Meets all trains.
ITIKH itnni:i) MANY
Oreston Industrial Review Tell of
Happening Thniout State
During I'aet ttwk.
Salem Like prune Industry, log
anberry industry haa been establish
ed without tate aid. Crop for
1017 contracting at higher prices.
Baker county building ID new
La Grande- O. W. R. ft N 'o
will delay building $35,000 viaduct
Portland shipyard have eleven
OOStnitt IwT ielB totalling $11,
236.000. Eugene gets new roundhouse and
shops of S. P. Co.
Cross oil paint factory shipped
two carload of paint to 'Frisco lait
Portland -Albers Bros. build
warehouse at Hot Lake.
Cattle Industry has declined nine
per cent since 1009 and sheep Indus
try eleven per cent In same time, aaya
department of agriculture.
Polk county wants to Join Marlon
county In building a $246,000 con
crete bridge across the Willamette
at Salem, while Marion county has
plans for a $105,000 steel structure.
Dnedsport Southern Pacific will
build fine station here.
Linnton G. M. Mear & Son start
construction of shipyard here.
Astoria Salmon canneries extend
open season to Sept. 10.
Orencon haa a successful willow
Kugene has flax fibre plant In full
Astoria flouring mills Increases
output to 1200 barrel dally.
Ilend voted $35,000 bond for the
California and Kustern railroad
The nation's 30,000,000 of poten
tial horse power In the water powers
of the country Is a good deal like
a potential defense army of 2,000,000
wholly uselesa In an unorganised
Astoria Finnish tannery haa dou
bled capital Block to Increase output
Monroe $2000 warehouse being
erected b Wllhelm A Son.
Albany man discovers new cherry
that ripen after late rain and re
lt all disease.
Carleton paving with bltulithlc.
Astoria planning for a model cen
tral grade school.
The county courts of Union and
Umatilla counties are taking ateps to
materially Improve the state highway
across the Hlue mountain.
Turner getting a flax fibre plant
, s a private enterprlise
Halsey has renewed Its contract
for electrict lighting with (Iregon
Power company for a five year term
Sutlierlln - 880 feet of spur track
building to Everfresh fruit plant
linker Pleaaant valley mine ships
carload of mangauese ore each week.
Portland Hallway, Light A. Power
Co had deficit for year ending July
1 of $114,239 23.
(Jlusung industry Is looplnk up
Dried root $4 to $7 per pound.
ltoaeburg McClullen hotel to lie
remodelled into sanitarium.
Eugene $76,000 is being expend
ed tills year for new schools. S. P.
company is building an extensive sys
tem of side tdacks in terminal here
Independence installs eight elec
tric lights on new bridge.
AUTO GOES OVER BANK
VALE MEN ESCAPE INJURY
Plunglug his automobile down a
thirty foot embankment, turning two
complete somerset on the way down,
and finally landing iu au irrigation
ditch pinioned under the car, unable
to move, was the exciting experience
which befell I.ynn Moudy, sou of .1
0 Moudy, of this city, while on the
road past liendier mountain, Tin
day morning, says the Vale Kntei
That the two young men sitting in
the front seat were not crushed to
death was u miracle, is t lie opinion of
L I Hill, who was Hitting on the
I). 'd.iiug on the hack seat of the aai
at the time of the accident. He was
thrown into the air, landing on the
rocks, and after recovering himself.
went down and imm-il the car from
young Moudy, and also succeeding in
extricating Wm. Holmes, the other
young mau, from the mixup. The
car was practically demolished.
Not knowing how badly young
Moudy waa injured, Dr. Hartleit. of
Vale, was summoned and found time
broken ribs, and other minor inter
nal injuries Moudy returned with
Dr. Bartlett to Vale Tuesday, and the
real of the party continued deer hunt
lug trip in Game Warden H. L. liray's
car. Vale Enterprise.
School books are aold strictly cash
LIST OF JURORS DRAWN
FOR SEPTEMBER MM
E. B Butler, Ontario, farmer;
Pred Currey, Juntura, farmer; Cha
Carter, Ontario, liveryman; Pete
Stam, Nyasa farmer; Lloyd Hardin,
Itockvllle, farmer; Gay Johnson.
Parma, farmer; W. E. Hubbell, Jor
dan Valley, stockman; Miller Page,
Watson, farmer; C. M. Cole, Brogan,
farmer; Oeo W. Taylor, Jamleaon,
farmer; E D McCoy, Ontario; J. W.
Russell. Jamlenon, farmer; Ira T.
Ball, Ontario, farmer; R. R. Over
street, Owyhee, farmer; John J.
Weir, Jordan Valley, farmer; A. L
iiuDunu", Cstar!;, aWPttrawt; P
Cunningham. Rockvllle, stockman;
R. M. Carlisle. Ontario, clerk; P. W.
Stacy, Vale, farmer. W. H. Allison,
Ontario, capitalist; Clifford Walker,
Ontario, farmer; (I M. Wlckllff. On
tario, farmer; Clarence E. Rees, On
tario, farmer; S M. Moulton, Iron
sides, farmer; J C. Fleming Ontario,
farmer; J. F. Doty, Ontario, farmer;
Howard Mai let t, Ontario, beekeeper;
James Morrison, Watson, farmer; C.
W Madden, Ontario; farmer.
WILL E.XHIRIT PRODUCTS
AT MALHEUR CO
J. O. 0tby of thl city will attend
the Malheur County Fair, to be held
In Ontario In September, and will
place on exhibition any Harney
county farm products he can secure
These annual fairs at Ontario f
considered the best held In any conn
ty in the great west. The attend
ance Is very Urge, and an exhibit
from Harney county would be seen
by thousands of visitors, a number
of whom are looking for Investment
In a new, rich land.
It Is requested that those who
have good sample of grains, grasses
and vegetables, leave the same with
Mr. Oatlhy after September 1. and he
will do hi bet to advertise the
sources of Harney county at tht On-1
tarlo fair Crane American.
Under our school book contract
we must sell school books for cash ,
only. Everhart Drug Co.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice la hereby given that the
Bord of Kquallxatioa for Malheur
county. Oregon, will meet at the , KN , HOwN. Sheriff
court house In Vale, the second Mon- v ,,,, A go,,,, i,,pulv.
day of September, 1916. the same, ,,,, pub,c.on AllKUI,t 24i m6
being the 11th day of ald month. jMi pul)c,,,on September JI
for the purpose of examining and mg
equalizing the assessment roll of Mal
heur County for the year 1(16.
L. K. HILL.
First publication August 24.
Last publication, Sept. 7.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Board of Directors of the Dead Ox
Flat Irrigation District, acting as a
Board of Equalisation, will moat la
their office in Ontario, Oregon, on
Tuesday the third day of October A
1) 1916 at 10 o'clock a. m. for the
purpose of equalising, reviewiug and
correcting the gasessiueut and appor
tiomnent of taxes of said district for
the year 1916.
A list and record of said assess
ment is now in the office of the 8ec
retary of said District, for the In
spection of all persons interested
Date. I at Ontario. Oregon, this 23rd
day of Auguat, A D. 1916.
W. H. CI.KMKNT,
First publication August 24. 1916
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Mlhcur Couuty.
Snake Hiver District Improvement
Company, a corpoi at ion. plaintiff, vs
Myrtle M Stout and Samuel W.
To Myrtle M. Stout und Samuel W
III the name nt the Slate of Ore
gon, you are hetehv raqttlrOd to ap
pear and answer the complain! filed
against you in the above entitled suit,
on or before the expiration of the
time prescribed In the order of publl-
(in or hctoie the expiration of six
weeks from the date of first publica-
Hon of this summons, and if you fall
to answer for want thereof, plaintiff
will apply to me t ourt tor tue renei
prayed for in the compluiut herein,
For a decree foreclosing an irri
gation assessment lien levied under SUMMONS.
the provisions of Chapter 172 of the In the Circuit Court of the Stale
General Laws of Oregon for 1911, of Oregon for the County of Malhem
against the Southwest Quarter of the Kdward C Metx, plaintiff, vs Ger
Southeast Quarter of Sec. 31, Tp. 16 trude MeU, defendant.
8. R. 47 E. W M , iu Malheur Coun- To Gertrude Met, the above nam
ty, Oregon, anil lor judgment against ed defndant:
the defendants named in the title In the name of the state of Ore
hereof, for the principal sum of gon, you are hereby required to ap
$90.00 witii interest at ten per cent pear and answer the complaint filed
per annum from October 1, 1915,
and $9.00 penalty, and $50 00 rea
sonable attorney fee, and the coats
and disbursements herein, and for
other and further relief.
This summons is published pursu
ant to an order of the Hon. Dalton
Biggs, Circuit Judge, duly made and
entered August 22, 1916.
W. H. BROOKE,
Attorney for Plaintiff
First publication August 24, 1916
Laat publication October 6, 1916
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN
ut . I.'.uc cf 22 feMVttM In Fore
closure duly laaued by the Clerk of
the Circuit Court for Malheur County
and State of Oregon, dated the 17th
day of Auguat, 1916, In a certain ac
tion in the Circuit Court for said
County and State, wherein Charlea
E. Cochran, aa Plaintiff, recovered
Judgment against Elmer Wlcklund.
Frank Quirk. Frank C Woodford and
Jennie L. Woodford, his wife, and T
H Oarrlson, as defendants, for the
sum of Two Thousand Dollars, with
Interest thereon from the first day of
April, 1910, at the rate of 10 per
cent tier annum: and for the further
m of TwQ un(lrea ,,. for.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
on the 23rd day of September, 1916,
at the hour of 1:30 o'clock In the
i afternoon of said day, at the main en
' trance door of the Court House la
Vale, Malheur County, Oregon, sell
st public auction to the highest hid
I der, or bidder, for cash the follow
ing described real property, to w it
The West Half of the Southeast
, Quarter of Section 17; and the Weat
Half of the Northeast Quarter of
, Bactlon 20; all In township 26 8. R.
I K W, M In Oregon, together with
re-'" rlglu. ditches and canals
M1 ,n Irrigating same;
Taken and levied upon as the prop
erty of the above named defendants.
Frank C. Woodford and Jennie L
Woodford, his wife, or aa much there-
of as may be necessary to satisfy the
said Judgment In favor of Charlea E.
Cochran anil against the said above
named defendants with Interest there
on, together with all costs and dis
bursements that have or may accrue
Dated at Vale. Oregon, this 18th
. of Aufui xll
PHOPOHKD SALE OF IMPROVE-
nUT winds Ol IIM
SPHINON lltltlOATION DlHTKICT
A MUNICIPAL COItPOItATION.
For the purpose of Improving It
Irrigation system by construction of
a reservoir at or near Riverside, Ore-
g0 Qn ,h- ,,,. rver ,,, .,
o( lllMCon of , w,rniBpr,Bp ir.
,,, ,,., uf Ml4lll,.llr ,
()rKOl wl1 rH,.iv,. ,,,, pr(ipoHh
at the office of the District at Vale,
till Monday Oct J. I 1 ti at 2 p. Ul ,
of said day, for the purchase of
Three Hiiiiilreil anil Ninet.t Thous
and Dollars Iu Cold llomls of Series
No. 1, of denomination of $1000 each,
lo hear interest as niu kg ihtet mined
at time of sale Said houds will he
dated and delivered, Jan 1. 1917
Interest will be paid semiannually
at the fiscal agency of the State of
Oregon in New York city.
These ale municipal hnnds author
ieil In vote of the district ami made
redeemable by statu') as follews:
$:t7,000 at the ei.il of 21 years.
46,000 at the end ot 22 years.
IN at the end or vears
60,000 at the end of 24 years.
i. ..nun at the end of vears
7. 000 at the end of f v car.
53,000 at the end of 2? PgS)fl
Didders must name the rale of In
terest which said hoods shall Leu
not to exceed mx pel cent !
num. and price H,ev will
pay for same.
The Hoard of Directors i
,i.- right to i.-je. t any, or all M4l
Full (ll firillut u.n may he nhtalned
,v addressing the aeratatf) a' Vale
The Warmsprliigs Irrigation Di stris
y OllltlOB Of Hoard of Director,
JOHN KllillY, l'i evident
. FlrSt publication
Aug. 24, till
Ijist publication, Sept. 28, 1916.
against you in the above entitled mill
on or before the 23 day of Beptembor,
1916, the name being the laat day ot
the time prescribed by order of this
court directing that service of Sim
mon In aald suit be made upon jroa
by publication, and If vou fail so to
answer, for want thereof, the plain
tiff will apply to aald court for the
relief demanded In said complaint.
to-wlt: For a decre of said court
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
now existing betwwan yog and the
plaintiff, and granting the plaintiff
an absolute divorce from Vou
You are further notified that this
Summons Is served upon vou by pu
b!imHR under and bv virtua of aa
order of the Hon. Dalton Blgga, Judga
of thl court, which said order was
made and entered In said cause oa
the 14 day of Auguat, 1916. and di
rected that thla summons be publish
ed once each week for als successive
weeks In the Ontario Argu com
mencing with the Issue of August 17.
1916, and ending with ths tssua of
Sept. 28, 1916, of said newspaper.
The first publication or this Sum
mons Is August 17. 1916, snd ths
last publication Is on September II,
McCULLOCH ft WOOD.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
HIMMOSH FOR PUBLICATION IJ6
I HtECMfcHUHK OF TAX MEN.
In the Circuit Court of the State Ot
Oregon, for Malheur County.
Wm. E Lees. Plaintiff. VS. J. C.
Kelsey sad Kmma L. Ke1ey, hus
band and wife; Wastfall Commercial
Company, a corporation; J. C. Skel
ton and Wm F. Kelsey. defendant.
To i. C. Kelsey, Emma L. Kelsey,
Westfall Commercial Company, a cor
poration, J. T Skeltnn and Wm. P.
Kelsey the above named defendants.
In the name of ths Btato of Ora
gon: You are hereby notified that Wm
E Lees, ths holder of Certificate of
Delinquency numbered 36 Issued oe
the 10th day of February, 1913, by
the Tax Collector of ths County of
Malheur, State of Oregon, for the
amount of thirty-four and 60-100
Dollars, ths ssme be'ng the amount
then due and delinquent for taxes
for the year 1911 together with pen
alty, Interest and costs thereon upon
the real property assessed to you, of
which you are the owner as sppears
of record, sltusted In ssld County and
Slate, and particularly bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt: SW ',
of the NE14 and the 'H of the
8E'. Section 19 and the NW of
the SK Section 30 all in township
41 K W. M snd also lots I and 4
In block 6 in the Town of Weslfsll,
and all of said property In Malheur
You are further notified thai ssld
Wm K. Lees has paid taxes on sail
premises for prior or subsequent
yeurs with the rste of Interest oa
said amounts as follows
1911 tax paid Fed 10. 1913, tax
receipt No. Ill, amount 4. u0, rats
of Interest 1 Ti per cent
1912 tax paid ! I, l11, tax
pt No 4X9, amount $27 6$, rale
of Interest 1 a per cent
1914 tax pa d April 3, 19tl, lax
receipt No 1007. amount f 2.1 64, rata
Of llll.l. I I . pel I fill
IIII tax 1 iSjrII , 1916. li X
certificate No 966, amount $0 .r.7.
' rale of in lei I I per I 'ill
Said J C Kelsev anil Win F Ixi I-
ey as the owner of the ! gal title of
I the above described property as tie
same appc.ns of leculil and each of
the other persons ahove named are
hereby further notified that Wm. E.
.v ill apply id II . circuit Court
of the Count) ami siaie aforesaid for
a dot loa'ng the lien ugain-l
the property abovi sod, ai.4
mentioned m said loniicai. And
vou are hereby tummnnsd to appear
; within sixlv .1 ,v gftat lire first publi
cation, ot thtl I xi l'iulve of
the day of . .1 : ; t pill licatlon,
hikI di-feinl i t ion or J
I he amOUnl d UOt 6 Si OWl to
gether with I ' Ml i U " ml' r-
i ii ii i a oi vour tailors kg
so, a decree will he rendcic'l :
g iId- I en of said tOSO and
j0s4 1 1. )' land anil pii'inist
II hove 11.11,
Thlg summon- I publisl eil bv ord
er of the lloiiot.ihle Dalton Higi s,
judge of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Malhcui,
and sail order was made and datid
tins I'.lst day of July, 1916 ami ths
date of the first publication of tin
summons Is the 3rd day ot Auguat,
Date of last publication Nov. 2.
All piocess and papers In this pro
ceeding may be served upon the und
ersigned residing within the Slate of
Oregon, at tliu address hereafter tneit
tloned. WM I I.KKS,
Attorney for tie Plaintiff
adriraaa. (uri 2ra-J2 J