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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1918)
0N4BK B4)V W1MKI OIUMKMI, miUUMV, AINLMkMU
WOTIC1C OF 8ALK OJF BJEAJ eettP.
IN THB COUNTY COURT or THE
STATU OP OREGON TOR MAU
HETJR COUNTY. . .
IN THB MATTER orTHE ESTATE
OF WILLIAM A. VANDERHILT
Notlea In hereby glren that onder
and by virtue of an order of the abore
entitled court duly made apd entered
on the I9th day of August, 1(18, the
undersigned, administrator of Trie es
Uto of William A 7-nderbllt. de
eSaaed, waa directed to tell at private
ale, for cash, all of the fotlowInT
described real property belonging to
aald estate, described as follows,
Northwest Quartnr of Section Si,
Twp. 16 South Range 47 K W
Malheur County, Oregon, containing j
159.84 scree, according to the U. I.
That In pursuance of. aald ordr,
the undersigned will on the .10th day
of September, 1918, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. in. at the law offices of H.
W. Hwagler, Ontario, Oregon, offer
for sale, subject to ti.j approval of
court the above described premises
for cash to the highest bidder there.
for and on and after said data will re
ceive private bids In writing, either
sealed or unsealed for aahl premise,
the administrator reserving the right
to reject any and all 1M-
Dated this 29th day of Augu-t.
ANllKKW P VANDKIIRILT.
Administrator of the Kalsle of Will
lam A. Vandcrlilli ! t-iisi-d
Hiitc of first publication August
i '"' of last pablleattofl Mptambet
by moiortou. This l askrSJsalatisi
true of lubricating oila.
Oovamment and other axRarta have
long recognised tha unsurpassed
qualities of the lubricating oils re
fined from California asphalt hose
BUY W S 8 -
A. I. Llnder was a patient received
here last Thursday.
fleorge Freser of Ontario la In tha
hospital at the present due to llltiese
Little Marlon Allison was an On
tarlo patient received yesterday.
J. F. Maddoflc. who was nnnrntari
Jon last week left Sunday for bis
home In Vale.
Mrs. A. L. McDowell of Ontario
was a patient here for a short time
Mrs. F J. Pltser also waa operated
on lor appenuirltis Monday and is
doing nicely now.
Miss Maude Walter of the Boule
vard had her tonsils removed Tues
Homer Mapes. a typhoid patient
from the construction camp, was dls
MtrTOftlMTM SIMM I.I) si
I'UIFlr fOAKT I'ltom Is
Monday, tinntrmber 1.
"THR TR.IIL OK YKHTKKOAV.
Monday, Hept. a.
I ARMK1. MTTVRB
"THK OIR1. OK THK DARK."
Pearl White, In "House of Hate :
Tuesday, tiept. .1.
THK BVJBJ OK THK WORLD."
. ... Return Engagement.
One of the biggest 10 -reel features i Z
of its time, at a pries that will
fit every pocket
! .AND StOc.
Wednesday. Hept. 4.
TtiurMlny, Hiyt. H.
Pat he Nswa.
Kii. and Hal., Hepl. H ami 7.
" ' "' ' ' ' i ..i.i ! in ij ii
alon of grim daiaxp&laation brings slightly smaller than the last. It-1 ajsssnotit from Washington In thai
boms tba spirit of accomplishment patterned attar tba honor flag of the way of Urge posters and lithograph
whll at tba bottsa to Uaela Sam. last loan, being a rectangle of white and local production of tha smaller
confidently looking at the time Indl- bordered with red and crossed bv the matters.
oatsd It Is up to Oregon to see that four blue stripes, symbolizing the Local oommlttees wOl get what
he Is not disappointed Foartb Liberty Loan. they want when they need It so that
Buttons for subscribers to the next Posters snd other advertising mat- thev will he ahln to offer tiiolr anh.
loan have also arrived in Oregon snd ter are arriving In great quantities serlbers avary Inducement to make
ars now being distributed to t!ie and problems of previous drives his voluntsry declaration in plenty
county organisations. The button N with regard to slow deliveries of sup- of time to make good the plan of tha
At the top, a soldier in an exprrs- piles have been overcome with early tat committees
U S. Darin returned to his home
in Payette Tuesday after standing OHAWHI
two weeks hero receiving traatssnl
for heart trouble.
s Mill il
Mill III v
low t ihimia
(t'ontinued from page 1)
As the war goas on tba
conservation In every direction Is
onstantly Increasing. Not only
must we conserve rood snd fuel but
ws must relieve the railways aa much
aa possible for wsr needs One way
In which this can be effectively done
Is to use products made at limn.
Prasldant Wilson, himself, bss urgnl
us to "use the products of the Iocs I
factories" In order to save locomo
tives snd freight csra for the Wsr Da
Tba Pacific t'osat produces s Isrse
uuantlty of tilings which are Hi
equal. If not hatter, than similar
goods brought from the Esst Among
these are many of tln prodWess -used
Miss Msrle Keller, slso of th
llnulevsrd. had her tonsils removed tin ted to hsve attained nil object Ii - X
Bead (or Tuesday. a, g.n he "over the top first Ik
0 nine o'clock of the day when other1
Mrs Schuyler Mull, who win Jststes will Just be getting Into sctlnt.
opersted on the first of the week. Is l County managers and commit
slightly better now. men la their recent meeting In I'm-
Clay lllakely of Juntura was dis
missed Thursday after spending sev
eral weeks as psllent in the bsaV
James Morfltt. who ceine down
from Malheur several days ag o wsnt
Isnd decided Hist It could be denti: ;
tbst sll Orsgon needed waa to he
told how much I'ncle Sam needed.
and how badly he needed It, and Its
patriotic nltltens would do their" pert !
so willingly Hist the effort of solicit
Ing commttees would not he needed
Symbolising this whole m hrin. ,
on to llolse where he la receiving atale headquarters baa sent to tha
treatment for hlood poisoning Argus a graphic Interpretation of Hi-
BUT W.B.B. spirit of the campaign II Is a enuill '.
Miss J Shamhergar waa a Payette clock with the "sern hour pointed
patient who came In yesterday out by the hands
Priced Especially Low tor a Few Day
We can take care of your furniture needs
so .hat you will have more to invest in Lib
erty Bonds and War Saving Stamps. We
bought early and at the old prices, the re
sult is that today we are showing over sixty
patterns of tables and can Fell you tables
or furniture cheaper than you can buy it
elsewhere. We can give you values that
cannot be duplicated.
Ask tu BM "tir Inn- of Dislif.s, Gold Hand China, Ttn Cups with gll
coin Hold bandies, $3,511 si t. O -wiiNtock pattern. Our Bxptuttlfro
Department is I'i'iiwtlcd frith li-iiaiiiH. ,
Ontario Furniture Go.
H. L. PKTKKHON. Ontsrin. rrKoii
Annual Malheur County Fair
3 SEPTEMBER 10, 11, 12, 13, 1918
Tum1), Heiteuiunr lit.
1. 1:11. Trot or pace, S heat;
I. 1:19, Pass, horses nsvsr fared
t. Quarter mile dash; 919
4 Halt mils raea; I.
Man's relay race
Olrls' rslsy rsee.
Hoys' pony rsca.
Wild uiule raea.
I HedaeMlay, Kept. II
1 ill I'ais. I heats, 9300.
1. ISO Trot. S heals; 9300
.1 Half mile running raea; 976.
4 Three-right Ms utile riianlii ;
6. Olrls posy raea
Men's relay race.
Olrle' relay race
Wild horse rare
Thm-Mlay, .i II.
KrKU), Hevtrmber III
1. Krse for all Irut or pais, .'.
S. 1:99 Pair, horava eutrred In
Useond event on Tueda : 9300
I. Quarter utile dash; 990
4 Half mile running race; 979.
a. Half mile ruunlng rare; Its'
Write for pursex ami rule rssjaTa'
lug relay racea.
Aiuericau trotting rulrs on li.i:
Mperlel rait-s msdc u In'
Kntrlea close night l i..r.- , .
Tan par cent uiitry fee mi braa
9la to riiirr. .; t. ,iurt
I'lmk msmI I trld SBW4BJ
fuv pupils of rural aud graaM
Klfly yard daali hoys 1 1
oud. iOi To Mliiurr, 9' ."iti ii
chaudlse, Alexandrr t lolhllix
Flfey yard dash, Klrl, tl 00; sas-
OIlJ Sf To WlllUlT. w .11 III
rhsidisr. (hoiii Milliner.
him 'ii-u yard " ih, ha
91.99; aectiud, 0c To alunv,
92.(9 III iiirirli.inu
To hiitidrrd and twiii
daaii. hoys, II un ... ..h.i .. . 'I,
winner, 91.91 in I ash. Ontario
l-or l'uON or MlB Bat h.Md..
nimli. u i.l teak, hoys, 91 .
ml .tli I U lnn. I . .l
inrr. Iianili.-.'. I ImIioI n MUHu
I iiiindrfil vurd daxli. Iioh. 91
mil. 0i I'o liii
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moil. I -i "'I II
rash, rtrst N'allonal hank
r'or I'uidls il -lay smIkmiI.
Threr-leggsd i.n-. two huya to
Irani. II HO. rionil iOr To wlnniv
f 3 90 to laatii In t 1 1 rliandli-, Ale
snder i'IuIIiIiik 'n
Hat-k rare, hajrnV II 00; sectind, 50i.
To all ' "U wortl or llrki-lr hi
: In In . .i ml. i ml In I on hi Ii . '
Ha. knur. I rare, girls. II 91
..ml in- to Kinnri, J : on ,i rner
chauill ii-horn .VHIlmer
Mouutnl lUt-r. ',-Mllr OUtaarr
I'oii) i. or. hgssj oi rural or gradi I
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I'lllll I Mi . Kill' ' I 'HI - o-i i
i"on i. ii i i.o iii high Hriiiioi .
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li on asjsMMl
ID -'ii l ionv iiiiihr 14 hulids mIiim. :i
h) hi Iiool girl, 11.99 -..ion! 91 19
iion under 14 band
by si Imol inn , Km mill. 1 1
Four I )a h of
III list lllflll
Carnival ( o.
Exhibitor Is a
Friend oi the
The largest combined Agricultural, Educational, Dair ok Exhibition combined wt
amusement features and spectacularcing progriun he in the ke Biv alley.
$10,000.00 IN PREMIUMS AND TRA AWARDS
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