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Scrapped by the Allies
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B R 4f
All of flwetluia It aad M, T. 14 B.
n. .a a. .w
All of Hfyttaw It and 3, T. 15 R.
All bid must a accompanied br
regularly execute applications to
ptrrchaae. and check or draft for at I
leaat one fifth of the mount bid.
"". Hoard reaervoa the right to re
toi ' any and all bida.
Applications and blda should be
addressed to O. O. Brown, Clark
Rtate f.sd Board, 8lm, Oregon,
nad marked "Application and bid to
purchase atate lands."
o. q. BROWN.
Clark State Land Board.
Dated at Salem. Oregon. August
Plntt publication September 5.
l-aet publication October II, 1918.
Hang- 4 tut, WlltomvM Meridian, i
has filed notice of Intention to make '
Final Threw Year Proof, to entahlUh I
elalm to the land above described,1
Mfore Register and Itecelver, V. 8.
Load Office, at rale, Oregets m the
22ml day of October 1918
('raiment name aa witness:
Robert Raney, George Harper,
both of Ontario, Oregon, Henry Crow,
of Weleer .Idaho; Bryeon Hire of
rayette. Idaho. THOaV JONES,
'IT.tTION TO IIKIIW.
IN TUB COUNTY COPRT OK THB
STATU OF OREGON, TOR MAL
IN TUB MATTER OK THE ESTATE
or nou blabs c. Mcdonald.
To Mary E. McDonald, the konwn
halr( and all other heira unknown.
If any. of Dooglaaa C. McDonald,
Deoeaeed, and to all peraoni un
known, but teneTiml, Greeting:
By virtue of an order of the above
entitled Court, of date September 11,
91l, each and every of you are
ierehy rlted to appear before the
a bo vi entitled Court, In the Court
root. i at Vale, Malheur County, Ore
gnn, on C a lint day af October. 191 A,
at 3:90 o'clock p. m and there ahow
44444)44444444' coae ; any you have, why Helen M
Confronted with the menace of a power which knew no
few but ita own beetial pleaiure. America had no rouree out to add
strength to the battle which ahould eatabliah for aome centuriea
tat might ie not right. On no other baait wilt piece Let
wun ovary rioer or tne national being aquiver with war at tort
re YOU contributing the full meaaure of your support
Let your anawer be loud and clear at the neat uroortnm
rhich ia the Fourth Liberty Loan. Nothing; but MOREL TH N
ruu CAIN AumJ will be an honeat an
By HELENA M. KKNNIV.
.Professional, ;: Classified
ards - il Advertising
a.,. o.,.. I
KOR SAI .na HUM plate el"
trie range, im sllghil uaed. la goi
aa new. Address BjS 199. Ontario,
DR& PRINZING. WEB8B
to 11 and I to I.
fflee orer Klrat National Bank.
ihoaa Ne It J. Ontario. Ore.
W. O. HOWE
KOR SALE U. 0. Separator la
good condition. Inquire hero. It
RANCH KOR SALE A 19-Acre
tract, cloaa to Ontario, fall water
right, good ditch, fully aeeded, and
wall Improved, bouse and barn, fa
vorable terms Addreee Bol 196, On
tario, Oregon. B. Adv. 49-tf
IN8KBR. BAOOAOE AND EX-
HOUSE KOR SALE- -Modern, eloaa
In, with eioaltonl law and abade
treaa and barn. Houae haa two
atorlea. aevea rooma and bath. Will
consider trade for property In or
near Portland. Sea W. L Turner,
real aetata agent. Adv. St -it
JOHN LANDING HAM
Milk Cow Eor Bale Wanted to aell
one Grade Jorwsey 7 year old Kreah
la Aprtu ; alao throa acraa of ton and
one of potaiccs and tona of lflf i
4444444444444) 4 Addreee K A. Young. Ontario, 1 miles
V. BRITTIMOHAM 4 8 W. of City. ,!..,
Phona 117 M
LUEHReV OHIO HTOfUt
NOTICE OK BALE OK HT.tTB
Notice la hereby given that ga)
State Land Board of the State of Ore
gon will receive eaaled bids until
10 00 o'clock a m. November t,
1918, for the following d rlbed
lauds, to 11
All of Sections 19 and tt. T
It 41 K
All of Sections If and St, T.
il II U I
All of Section- if aad St, T IS
OVER THE TOP
AND WIN, is our motto. Every
American must do not merely hia
"bit" but do his best; the people of the
freest and greatest nation of the world
must with their money, food and fight
ers, confer freedom on the balance of
the nations by giving them liberty.
If you cannot buy a Liberty Bend, buy
Currant, BVcutrli of tha estate of
D"i'flaas c. McDonald, deceased,
r' .ll not '.i ava an order of the above
intltled Court, directing and author
ising her, as sucb Executrix, to aell,
at publle auction, for caah, subject to
mortgage Ilea, all the Interest of aald
decedent. In and to the w S of the W
Vj of Section t. T 19 S R 47 E W.M
In Malheur Couaty, Oregon, laaa
sboot St aerea owned by tha O. S. L.
Ry. Co., as a right of way.
Wltnese the Hon. Oeorge W. Mo
Knlght. Judge of tha County Court
of Malhenr County. Oregon, and tha
seel of aald Court, this Itth day of
(Heat ) ARTHUR M. MOODY,
rirat publication Sept 19. 1911.
Laat publication. Oct 17. 1911.
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
STATE OP ORBOON KOR MAL
Oeorge Olaaaoack. Plaintiff, vs Ar
thur E Dodds aad Mabel Dodds.
To Arthur E. Dodds and Mable
In the Name of tha State of Oie
goa, you are hereby required to ap
pear and soswer tba oomplalnt filed
against you In the above entltlail
suit within six weeks from the date of
tha first publication of this Humniou.
or tor wsnt thereof the plaintiff will
apply to tha Court for the relief de
manded In tha oomplalnt Namely
for a Judgment against you for Ili4
sum of f 140 00 principal with Inter
est theron from the first day of May,
1917, at the rste of lam par oent per
annum, and for the sum of 97 5 00
attorney's face In this suit, together
with costs and disbursements of this
suit. And for a decree foreclosing s
certain Indenture of Mortgage ami
tha aala of the real property deacrll-
reia, tewlt: au uitdH tiled one
hair I mcresl In the SoulheM Quar
tar of Section SO. Twp 1 8 It 47.
K vs M In Malheur county, Oregon'
.slil Indenture of Mortgage
bears date of May 1st. 1917, and is
duly recorded In the office of tin-
i ouuty Clerk of Malheur no
logon. In book "W" at page 119
I Record of Real Mortgages of Malheui
This summons Is served upon you
publlcstion thereof In Hit
Ontario Argus for six consecutive
weeks, under snd by virtue of an
order of the Hon. Dalton Biggs, clr
eult Judge of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for Malheur oouui..
dated August Itth, 1911.
Data of first publication of sun
axons. August ISth. 1919, date or
laat publication of summons, October
i' He liONAUll.l..
Atl rney for Plaintiff.
Residence. Ontario, Oregu
Attorney tor Plaintiff
Residence. Weleer, Idaho
NOTICE KOK PI IH.lt Ml'iN
Department of. the Interior I
Ind Office at Vale. Oregon. Septen.
bar lata, it It Nolle ia hereby
given that W Abble Webb, of Weiaer
Idaho, who. on October 11th. 1915,
made Homeetead Entry No. 041 St,
lorBWw.NW.14 Saw- tt. SViNEVi.
NWMV.leisl. 4, and EHBWK.
Sltttf SI, Township If South,
The train rolled slowly out of tlio
stntlon, Icnvinc s girl stnndlng on the
plnlform. Nellie Windsor wss flfteon
yesrs old. Her mother nnd fnther
were dend nnd she hnd no one but
Pncle Jo nnd Aunt Retry. Pnclo Jo
had wrjttcn her to come and live wirb
him nnd here she wss. It was fully
ten minutes before Uncle Jo came,
and when he did he gave her a henrty
kiss and lifted her Into the hoggy and
off they went. Arriving nt the farm,
ehe found Aunt Betty waiting on the
porch for hw, and such s desr old
lady she waa. It was then 8 :80 o'clock
and the rest of the afternoon was
apent In imparking her clothes and
learning the rounds of the house.
After supper she went directly to bed.
because she waa tired from her long
The next afternoon she wsndered
around, picking flowers, chasing but
terflies, and, gathering an apron full
of apples, she went down to the little
brook. It waa nice and cool and she
wss enjoying herself when "Hello,"
aid a voice. She looked ap, bat saw
"I say, hello." again came the voice ;
this time It eeemed to come from the
tree that waa acroea the brook.
"Hello yourself," replied Nellla.
"Where are yonY
"Up here In tha tree." aald the vote.
"Come down." she aald.
"Nope," answered the voice. Mo
amount of teasing would make- the
voice coma down. It waa getting late,
ao Nellie aald : "If I come here tomor
row will yon let me see who yoinre7"
"Maybe." replied the voice. Bo Nel
Mo scampered up the hill and home.
Bat she was not to eee the owner of
the voire tomorrow, for when she got
p the next rooming It wai raining.
Uncle Jo cam la at dinner tlm
with an Invitation for Nellie to spend
the afternoon with the Browns, who
Bvod acroea the field. Slowly ah
went upslnlrs to dress. aorry because
she could not go down to the brook,
but maybe It would be there som
other lime; so with this happy thought
In mind she waa aona ready, and
Unci Jo took her over to the Browns'.
She waa rather shy, being am f
strangers, bat Mr. Brow Boon pat
her at ease. Molly Brown wss Nel
lie's age. and tbey took to each other
right away. While they were sitting
talking about nothing In particular the
doorbell rang and Molly's mother wont
and admitted flvs young people who
had come to spend the afternoon.
Boon boy about a year older than
herself came In and waa Introduced
aa Billy Brown. What good tint
she had. and what nice girls and hoy
tbey were I Bat Hilly where had
ah heard that voles 7 The e fir moon
peaaed all too quickly and when the
gueeta rose to go Mr. Brown shook
hand with them all, and no did Molly
and Billy. When Nellie arrived bom
he could not help thinking wluit a
nice hoy Billy waa, and she blushed
when aha thought how he had given
her head a tiny, unnecessary ana i us.
Tha day that followed were the
happlswt one ah had ever had. Umg
rambles with Molly and the Tucker
twin, picnic, and often she would go
for long walks with Hilly. She liked
Billy very much and Hilly liked Nelll.
Hut she did not forget the voice. Ev
cry day she would go down ! the
Ptwtra sil I t ik and talk with It. Sbw
would t", it of the nice time she waa
having, and wwg4 M M 'ill it
af Hill' i wewka passed on
lllc UsPSfM sin enIS never go
ing to see . when one day
it she would se
rrow. sur. To be sure
ss there at tne apHilnted lime and
to aald "If I come down will
you pnuulxe : give me one thlugT"
Wondering what it could be, but cu
rio to see i he voice, aa she had
called tt. she readily aald. "Yea." It
slid down the tro and there stood
"Yow you t" ah gasped. Billy
Kudletl and said, "Your promise." goat
wsa se surprised aha did oot know
ulnii to say. At length she aald.
"What do yon waotT"
"A kiss ' be replied.
"Oh h !" and she turned to Bee
the hill hut Hilly like Saab caught
t waa tixelse for her to try t
gel away, eveu If sli. wanted to.
u-opyrlght. UTM. Wheeler gyndl at, Inc.)
m kAiitv mm I uom L
w i- sa n a ' jaj
Mare She Oeee, Yher She Ocas.
r rauk C I (alley, attorney, tells the
ng. suU vows It Is a true tale:
An ludlaospolls business man of
isature years received s letter from
his secretary, aad after trying lu vain
tu road the written weeds told the
secretary to send It to Port Way,
It came, aad to iufurm the
he had bettor learn to writ.
"Bat, air, this la a letter you wrat
44 swat to Fort Way," the secre
tary replied. "They sent It back, ear
ing tbey could oot make it out."
"Well, send It back and tell tba t
loan to road." thundered the
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