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ONTARld, MALHHUR OOUNTT, OREGON, fftURSbAY, NOVEMBER 8 lftll
PniNZINO A WRRRR
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Oflloa hours I to II to
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1. H. PARLBT runeral oiraetor
Mat ambalmar. Lady assistant. Phone
UIW Ontario. Oregon
TBAN8FER, baoqaqe and bx
VMM Maata all tralna.
The kind of treatmentSteady
customors deserve Is the
principal upon which we do
.Accessories carried for
kinds of cars.
Ontario Auto Co.
Hon and lhal a number had been
Th Necessary Program.
In answer to Councilman A. I
Cockrum's questien: "What would
you do If you had the power and
fund necessary to clean-up Onta
rio:" Dr. Weeea gave the follow
First: Dean the dirt on the aur-
Hecend: Hare barna and cow ata
blea cleaned every day and offal re
moved. Have livery barna graveled.
Third: Clean up trash In alley
and aee that alleys are kept clean.
Feurth: Compel Immediate con
nection with aewera.
Fifth: Have nutalde tolleta clean
ed out and contenta hauled away.
8lxth: Inspect all wella, condemn
thoae found unfit.
Seventh: If walla can not be kept
clean then Investigate new source of
rlly water supply.
lmbahl Program Pnlble.
After the departure of Doctor
Weeae and other dtlaena tha Coun
cil dlacuaaed the situation further
and aaked suggeatlona from Dr.
Whitney who waa requested to re
program practical at this time.
Flrat. That all houaawlvaa ba
urged to boll all the water they use
Hecend: That city provide vac
cina and that health officer vaccinate
free of charge all cltltana.
Third: That surface clean-up be
at once undertaken.
Feurth: That enforcement of
sewer connection ordinance he had.
To thla the Council added the pro
Iku t.mt the flrat refuaal to connect
ffl i at . s'P - ' "
all anglea Dr. Whitney recommend-1
ed to tha council the following mi
tha moat economical and effective1
with sewers be followed by prosecu
tion. It waa pointed out to start with
that the city oovere'a great deal of
ground and has more than five tulles
of streets and long stretches or va
cant property. City Recorder 0. M.
Htearns said that the city has no
funds with which to undertake a ex
After reviewing the problem from
Cory, cheerful wxtnuh
iniundy. Portable, hi o
noinu.il. Furl consumed
only when heat it nerded
no v.iiie. No unoke or
1 j k W nEvVw Wm
WITH FIRST TflOHPH
I Mint KIRK IN PRANC7R
The flrat shell that buret
over American troopa "some-
where In France," struck near
a former Ontarlan, John F.
Dee who until a year and a half
ago waa employed aa an oper-
ator here. In tha following
4 letter to W. W. Ietaon, ha
tells of hts experience, and
American like he aeee tha fun-
ny aide of hla experiences
Somewhere in France. Oeto-
bar t, 1917: Juat a few lines
from an old customer. Bat
guosa you'll be my customer t
when I return for I have start-
ed to make souvenirs of the war
already. I wlah yon had my
watch to fix for It has a broken
balance staff and I don't know
what else la wrong with It.
X Suppose you will be rather
surprised to find me over here
but decided to get out of the
draft and the result la that I
got a quick trip to France and
am with the flrat American
troopa to be actually on the fir-
4 Ing line; quite a record, but the
first shell that hurst near me
would have made my logs shake
only I was Ittlng down eating.
The shell burst near enough Jj
to throw dirt In my soup and
make a regular Hungarian Gou-
lash out of it.
Had a pretty good trip. On
the way wns In Kngland a while
and marched In londnn whore
they gave us a great reception.
Saw several of the old hla-
torlc placea such aa Bucking-
ham Palace, Westminister Ab-
bay. American Embnaay, Wei-
llngtnn Harracka. Also we saw
tha King and Queen and ate
lunch on (Ireen Park, taak Hoi-
dcrman. he can tell you where
I have not visited Paris hut
hope to soaie day. We are hav-
Ing plenty of rain at present lint
hnve had unusually good wealh-
er until recently Write me at
Hie address given belew:
John K Dee, Co 1)
Knars liv A K. F. via
York, N. Y.
Royal Baking Powder
saves eggs in baking
In many recipes only half as many eggs are required, in some
none at all, if an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder
Ifi used, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted.
Try the follovring recipes which aUo conserve white
flour ae urged ly the government.
Corn Meal Criddle Cakes
1 tslMsa sknrtsalag
1 KMlMJWe SMIINI
M cap (Mr
1 tsesssss salt
4 t masses Bayal aaktag Prvasr
est ten sal la Wwl with knta water: U alts,
biu4 sksrtMlaa sad !; u law, salt 4
aaktag aawisr wkiek bars hw eirtsi tsgataar; ads
l ass aa sot axaxejaxj gnaais until erawa.
(Tha Old Method called for t eggs)
Effg-leM, Milkiest, Butterle
1 sap Vnn raiar
1 rasa wsUr
cay M44 rstitnt
I eases attm, eat Baa
1 sap bar
rtsnlng 1 sap ry loar
a Inonu moral Saklag
Sail satar, water, frslt, bcrtnlsg, nit sa4 saiaaa
tot.th.,- is uuoipu t attaatu. Who onl. Ui
gear aaa bkit jpswaar wsJeb kwae baaa stftet te
gstksr. Mix wsfli ask la leaf aaa la wetwau
avsa sbost adnata.
(The Old Method Frail Cake rafted for S aggs)
Send for our new booklet "5S Vay to Save Egg:" Mailed free on request.
Addreee Royal Baking Powder Co., Dept. N., 135 William Street, New York
OKIIKH TO SHOW CACHK.
In the County Court of Malheur
In the matter of tha Ratate of John
Shearer and Madge Shearer, mi
nora. Nancy K. Shearer, tha guardian of
tha peraons and aetata of Jean Shear
er and Madga Shearer, minora, and
non-residents of the State of Oregon,
ad who have real eatate within the
For a Week si, .,.,... I.
Aa a general rule all you need to
do la to adopt a diet suited to your
) age and occupation and keep your
Imiw.cN regular When you feel that
jjajaj I, uve enten too much ami when
constipated, take one of Chamber-
laln'a Tableta. Adv
M. I. HKMIM,
(itincirt Means K)e Nrrtlrr.
We hi glasses and do It right, er
to per cent of headache are caus
eil li ..one character of
State of Oregon, and who have no
duly appointed and qualified and act
ing guardian appointed under the
lawa of Oregon, having, under tha
provisions of aectlon 1SS horde Or
egon Ijiws, filed her petition In the
above entitled Court asking that a
license be granted to her aa such
foreign guardian, to aell the real ea
tate of said minora, situated In Mal
heur County, Oregon, and which pe-
tli Ion Is accompanied by certified
copy of necessary papers from Pro-
date Court of Wsshlngton County,
Idaho, showitiR that said petitioner
Is the k us rills n of said minora.
13th Ami said petitioner having alleged
New In said petition that It la neceaaary
to sell said real eatate for the main
r talnance and support of said minora,
'and that It la for the heat Interests
'of said minora and their estate that
BBjBjha he -.ni.l and the prooaeda
thereof applied to their maintain
ance and aupport.
It Is hereby ordered that the next;
of kin of said minors and all per
sons interested In aald estate appear
before thla Conn on the 3rd day of
December, If 17, at the hour of one
o'clock P. M.. aald date, at the Court
room of thla Court, at the County
Court House at Vale, within Mal
heur County, Oregon, and then and
there to show cause why an order
should not be made granting to aald
KYK guardlun license and permit to sell
STItAIN If you are affected with aald real eatate at public or prlv ne
, headaches have your eyes examined, sale.
.When vniir eves cause you any trou- It Is ordered that a copy of thla
hie. like blurring of letters or lines, order shall ba published at least
lulling or burning, you must reine.ni one a weak for three weeks prior to
l-OR SALE BY
Kroesain Harness Co. McNulty Hardware Co.
McDowell's Exchange Store.
This is the time to sell horses
Hay will lie high ;ml it will be expensive
to feed tin winter,
for horse now.
The market is right
I want U) gel gOOtj sound horsrs
to 10 years old flOIH 950 pounds
Mules Wanted, Too
her that Is their way of telling you
that they need attention.
One pair of ayea la all you will
ever have UK KAMI WITH THKM
We change lanaea within one year
without any additional cost to you.
c are registered In two states.
I Idaho and Oregon, which coupled
willi an experience of Ifi years makes
ill possible to care for extreme en aaa.
We give Kpe lal attention to school
VK MAKK VOIK TOWN
ARM bWMY MONTH
At Hotel Moore Friday. Novemlter
It. Room 1. Oatn Hulldiug. Boise.
sahl date of hearing. In the Ontario
Argus, a newspaper printed aud pub
lished at Onturlo, Malheur County.
Dated this the 31st day of Oct.l-r.
QBO. W. MeKN'ICHT.
Kirst puh Nov. t. l17-4w
Albers Rolled Oats
Albers Flapjack Flour
Albers Pearls of Wheat
Preferred Stock Salmon
A. & L. Salmon
Queen Brand Salmon
Quaker Rolled Oats
Also Clean Easy Soap
Swifts Wool Soap
Get our proposition on Clean
Soap. It is good.
L A. Fraser
THK ARMY M N IN
rtVR.i: KW A I'AIIT-
Will also buy good sound mules Ironi ten
years old. from II-- upward. Address
' rii, .... for Croup.
Mrs lt.se Middleton, of 0
vllle, 111 . lias had experience In the
treatment of this disease She aaya,
" I. in ni children were niall my
son hud croup frequently. t'hau
berlaln'a Cough Remedy alwayr.
broke up these attacks Immediately
and I was uewr without it in the
house I have taken It myself for
coughs und colds with good re
K, ii i; i i i i i. it t vi
Phona IS" M
"pr Jr." the tou t'ereheron
'Stallion will ba at tha K D.
. Ranch every Thursday. Friday and
dalur.lay. Terms. 116 00 bring eolt
' "Pro-per" sires the kind of colts that
bring the big money at maturity You
j will u. .ike no mistake if you decide to
una ti is stallion. 17 tf
A division or military aud naval
Insurance of the Bureau of War Risk
laaurance baa keen organised as a
pari of the Treasury Department aud
is In active operation. A number of
policies on the lives of soldiers have
already been isauod, aggregating
nearly 2."., 000. 000 in Insurance Tha
beaertts of the law are available to
all of the members of the I'niteil
Slataa Army, Navy and Nursea'
A short nummary of .-..uie or the
mgln features of the law follews:
Premiums for a 110,000 policy be
gin with l JO per month at agaa IS.
1, and 17; Increase to t 40 per
month for the agaa I. 10, and -'0;
to ft It per month for the agea 31.
(I. and IS; It met month for
tha age ft tuid N; to $ 70 per
inouti. for the agaa of Sfi and 7;
... lt It par month for the age of
,11; to I .to per month for the agea
of tt and SO; to 17 par month for
the age of II. with progressive in
creases for agaa above thoae given
Tha minimum amount of
i that may ba taken out is
The compulsory allotment to a
wife or children, which la aeparate
troin tin- Insurance, snail not ba leas
than 115 a month, aud shall i
leaad one-half of a man's pay. A
I voluulary allotment, subject to reg
ulations, may ba aa large aa the In-
iBured daalrea, within the limits of
In addition, the (iovernm.nl will
I pay monthly allowances as follews:
(lass a. In the caae of a man
'to his wife i including a former wife
divorced I and to hla child or .Ml
is i If there be a wife but no
If there be two children.
If there be three children.
(gl If there be four children.
30, with $5 per mouth additional
for each ail.liiinn.il - 1 1 1 1
If the man makes an allotment to
in other ilepi n. I. m i .knives tha
Qoverniuent will also pay them an
allownuce which may equal the al
lotment, but this .-hull not tie mora
than the .1 iilit.-ncc between $50 and
tha allowance paid to the wife and
The increased compensation in
Cstae of death runs from a minimum
ilu If there be a wife aud one of $10 monthly to a umiherless . hil.l
child. $15. Jor Its monthly to a childless widow,
lii If there ba a wife and two to a maximum of $76 monthly to n
children. $33. St. with $6 per mouth widow and several children The
additional for each addltloual child widowed mother may participate In
till If there be no wife but one! the compensation.
. I.il.l. $S.
(a) If there be no wife but two
children. $13. St.
(f) If there
In case of total disability the
monthly compensation runs from a
ii. illinium of ISO. If the injured man
no wife but three hg neither wife nor child living, In
la maximum of 175 if he has a wife
(g) If there be no wife but four 'and
chil.n-en. St. with $1 per month ad win
ditioual for each additional otiUd. a w
(lass B. In the maw of a man or him
woman, to a grandchild, a parent
i. ruth r or sister:
(a) If there be one parent, $10
i hi If there be two parents, 3t
(01 For each grandchild broth
ktaW. and additional parent. $r,
In the case of a woman, to a
insurance or children:
$1,000 d) If there en one child, $S.
three or more children living.
a 110 a month extra If he haa
l. limed mother dependant upon
The in vim mi, Is enlarged (till
further, for when the disabled man
constantly requires a nurse or at
tendant 130 monthly may be added
If the disability is due to the loss
of Isith feet, both hand, or total
blindness of both eyes, or If he Is
helpless or permanently bedridden.
$100 inonilih is granted.