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Miss Christine Abbott, Domcstlo
Bclonco teacher In the High School,
lant year, stopped off on hor way
homo (ro;u CorvulllB to visit with
tho W. L. Turner family ovor Sun
day. Miss Abbott will toach this
yonr In Auburn, California.
Miss Joyco Turner came homo
from Corvallts Sunday for a month's
vacation. Sho will work In the
Ontario National Ilank during tho
vacation of Misses Helon Dlom and
Hugh Alton was In Vale visiting
nt thn Judgo Hlggs homo this weak.
Miss Cecil Lognn of Urogan, Ore
gon, a grndunto of tho Ontario High
Hohool and a studont this yoar at
tho O. A. C , Corvallls, nrrlvod In
Ontario Tucsdny, on hor way homo
for tho summer vacation. Miss Lo
gait wont with tho delegates of tho
1M. Hotn I'M Sorloty of tho O. A. C.
to tho Convention hold at Charlevoix
Michigan July 10th, returning by
way of southoru California whoro
sho visited In Pasadena and Los
Angolus. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. I'ugh
of Corvallls and Tom Lognn of Uro
gan accompanlod hor homo. Mrs.
I'ugh was formorly Miss Gladys Lo
gan. Newton Zallor en mo down from
Ironsldo, Tuesday for a visit with
his mother Mrs. Morgan Carlisle
Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Patterson mo
tored down from Now Meadows Sat
urday. Mr. I'nttorsou wont back
Monday Thoy roport huckloberrlos
plentiful In tho mountains nnd brot
thn proof right along with thorn.
J. Fortlor loft Sunday for Port
land to spont buyers wcok nftor
which ho will bo tho guost of Mr.
J. Ilcrron nt his ranch noar Undor
wood, Washington for a wook.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fryo
a daughter, July 28th. Sho has
been named Suo LoVorno.
Miss Kern Johnson from Wood
blno, la., who Is spondlng hor va
cation In tho west Is spondlng tho
week with her cousin, J M. Duller.
Mrs. Coo. Hwoltior Is down from
from Owyhee spending sovoral days
with her sister Mrs. Everett Wisdom
and also visiting hor brother Holdon
N. A. Peacock nnd wlfo from
Friiltlnnd nnd Molt Baldwin nnd wife
from Evorott, Washington, woro
Sunday guests at Art Kings.
V. V. Hlcknx nnd family nro rus
ticating In tho mountains this wook.
Mrs. A. N. Jacokcs returned tho
last of tho wook from Pendleton.
Mr. Jncnkes' condition remains the
Urandma Fuol Is qulto sick nt tho
homo of her nephew on tho cast
Mrs. W. E. Ioes ontortnlnod nl
dinner Wodncsdny, Mr. and Mrs
Plnkstou of Nyssa.
William nnd Hobort Lees loft
Wednesday morning for an outing
on Salmon rtvor
Miss Kiln Urosmun was down
from tho ranch above Vale, Wednes
day. Mrs. Jack Itnnnfln roturnod Sun
day after n few iluy visit with hor
parents In flooding, Idaho. Hor
slstor-ln-lnw, Miss Madallno Hnnatln
also roturnod Sunday from Sho
Shouo whore sho spont n few days
with homo folks.
Mrs. Martha Urnderlck ontortnln
od at dinner Sunday. Tliosn pros
out woro Mrs. John Plorco nnd Mr
Hhlrloy llrnmrock of Payette, Mrs
Louts Mucker of Ilarpor, Mrs. Ar
thur Ilalley and daughter of Ilrognn
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Oscur Jarokos.
Mrs. Fred Duller Is visiting tho
J. M. Ilutlor family this wook.
County Commissioner Frank M
Vinos, accompanlod by Mrs. Vines
drovo down from above Vale on
Monday to do Home shopping here
rtox Marquis was down from Vale
Tuesday on business and reports
tlint tho grain crop In tho Worm
sprlngs district will bo tho largest
over rulsod In tho valloy.
Mr. unci Mrs C W Penn nro tho
proud parents of an S pound baby
boy, born August 1st
Mr. nod Mrs. D. Strand and fam
ily, Mr. Turner ami family from
' Nam pa and Mr. CcCarly and futil
ity -of Ontario, 'woro entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Miss Gwondollno Strand of Nam
pa Ih visiting this week with Miss
MIhh Anna Morris arrlrod from
California. Saturday to visit hor
sisters tho Misses Morris of the
Morris Millinery. Sho Intor went
on to WoUor which Is their homo.
Mrs. I.oland Ready and children
returned homo Sunday from Kasley
Hot Springs. In tho Haw Tooth
Mountains, whoro they have been
Do you know
you can roll
on bag of
MI .fl'Jr fl V
on a camping trip with Mrs. Hendy's
brothor It. 13 Wlnnnso and family.
, Miss Nolllo Morris left for Port
land Saturday to attend lluyer's
Miss IJcsslo nuthorford entertain
ed nt her homo Friday evening to
n party of Ontario young people. A
vory pleasant evening wan spent.
Miss draco Realty of Ooodlng,
Idaho spent tho week otul with Miss
Hen ltutherfnrd nnd family left
Sunday for n camping trip In the
Completing n year's tost, during
which tlmo sho produced over 10,
000 pounds of milk, tho .1 yenr old
Jorsoy cow belonging to C. II. Sar
gent of Frultlnnd has boon awarded
a silver modal by tho Amarlrnu
Jorsoy Cattle Club of Now York.
Mrs. Mortlnson and family loft
Monday for Seattlo. whoro they will
spend tho balance at tho summer.
Mr. Dlnghnm and family return
ed Saturday from linker City whoro
thoy spent n few days. Mr. Mng
hnm has sovoral contracts over
thoro and went over to look after
11. C. Hoyer loft last Friday for
Now York City. Ho will bo gono
about thrco weeks.
Miss Georgia Hull spent several
days In Maker City this weok.
Miss Roberta I'rathor of Colum
bia, Missouri, arrived Monday to
visit her slstor, Mrs. M. T). Thomas.
Miss Irene Ornul left Wcdncsdny
for Catdwell whoro sho nrceptod a
position with tho Westorn Union of
Mrs. J. A. Lackey roturnod Sat
urday from Ironsldo whoro sho has
bocn visiting hor paronts Mr. nnd
Miss Twlla Embody returned Sat
urday from Montnnn where sho hns
been taking her vacation, and Is
again on duty in tho Golden llule
Miss Dorothy Twlford of Ogden.
Iltnh, and Miss Fern Johirson, of
Dow City, lown, aro visiting tlio
formor's mother, nfler a (rip thru
An outing pnrty consisting of J
It ItuMtnusHou and family. Joo Ilrad
bury anil family nnd A. E. Ilrorount
nnd family ami Mr nnd Mrs. D. C
Anderbory, loft for a trip lo thn
mountains near hnmodnlo Saturday
Thoy woro accompanlod by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Thos. iinrtmnn or Montpoitor,
Idaho, who woro married last Thurs
day at Pocatello and nro on thoy
honeymoon Mr Mnrtman Is n
brother of Mrs. Ilradbury.
Mr nnd Mrs. Karl niackaby loft
for Pavetla Lakes Sunday to spond
Mr. unil Mrs O. M. Cnstlotnnn and
Miss Ilnrbnrn Cnstlotnnn nnd It. W.
Jones and family loft Thursday
morning for a hunting nnd fishing
trip on tho llttlo Mnlhour.
I) W. Powers nnd Dr. II. II.
Whitney went to Jnmlesou Wodnos
day on n hunting trip.
Ivan Oakes went to Jamlcson
Wednesday on business.
Miss Esther McCulloch ontortnln
od a numbor of hor llttlo friends,
Monday afternoon In honor of her
sixth birthday. Dainty rofresh-
monts woro served nnd n good tlmo
wan had by tho llttlo folks.
Mrs L. K Jones returned Monday
from Powell, Wyoming whoro sho
visited her son Paul Jnnos who Is
one of the V R Reclamation en
gineer nt that point. Mrs. Jones
hns been nhsont from Ontario for
snvou months, during which she
visited, San Francisco. Los Augolns
San Diego nnd other California
points before going to Pnwoll. On
her way homo from Powell sho vis
ited for n short tlmo with rolatlvos
nnd friends in Twin Falls,
President C W. Tonny of Hooding
Collego was a caller at tho Metho
dist Pursonngo last Tuesday.
Frank Itador rotiirned Monday
from the Payette Lukeu where ha
spent his vacation.
!;. C. Van Petten nnd his son
Frank roturnod Monday from an
outing ut Payette Lnkos.
Dr. II. (1 Wells, VS. of Liberal),
Kansas arrived this week for u visit
wltli his brothor J. R. Wolls, tho
dairyman Dr Wells Is on his way
back to Kansas nfter n transcon
tinental auto trip which included all
the southwest to California, tho Cal
ifornia anil Oregon coast country
nnd buck to Outnrlo. Already he
has travelled C.000 miles and will
add two more to tho record bofore
he gots homo.
Mr. and Mrs John Hunt announce
tho birth of an 81$ pound grand
daughter, born tndny. Tho proud
and happy mother Is Mrs. Jenkins
who wag formerly MIbs Ruby Hunt.
Otten Turner left today for Pay
utto Lakes, going with Mr. and Mrs.
I). O. Plorco of Holso Mrs. Pierce
Is a sister of Mrs. W. L. Turner
Word wns received this wook of
tho ilouth of Mrs. Ward, wife of
llov Ward, former minister of the
Nnzerlno Church horo. Tho Wards
had but recently moved "to Caldwell.
Word wns received horo last week
of tho doath of Mrs. McNaught a
former resldont of Ontario, at Tlend.
8KWINO CI.UI1 TO OIVK PICNIC
The Westfnll Sewing Club Is to
hold Its picnic exhibit on Friday,
August 12 This will give tho poo
plo of Westfol an opportunity to
mm what tholr sowing club in do
ing In tho morning thero will bo
n short program, a sewing demon
stration, tho exhibit and foot races.
In afternoon n baseball game and
horso races aro planned. A dnnco to
bo given In the evening.
Tho membors of this club have
done some very fine work this year
Their local leader. Mrs. Itussel
Zimmerman organized tho club last
winter and has glvon a great deal
of her tlmo In helping the girls.
THE ONTARIO AROUS, ONflAffiO, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1921.
Dm heme To lie Held On August
At Which Inlet cm lug Program
of HpoitN, Kiicoh nnd Talks
Will Ho Featured
Iloultn, that cnorgotlo community
In Cow Volley, hns njnbltlons which
call for tho construction of a com
munity hnll. To start a fund to bo
used for that purpose tho folks up
thero under tho loadcrahlp of tho
Farm Ilurcnu aro going to hold a
picnic and barbocuo on August 11.
This was tho decision reached at a
Farm Uurcau mooting hold last
week at tho Phclan storo.
In tho nbsenco of Chairman Ham
mack, J. F Phclan was tho chair
man of tho meeting which wns woll
attonded Following tho tnlk on
pig nnd cow Judging nnd n rovlow of
tho work of tho pig club in flotilla
district by County Club Loader Har
ry Wollmnn tho mooting considered
tho roport of tho commltteo which
stnrted arrangements for tho nnuunl
barbecue and picnic which It wns
decided to hold on August 11 at tho
Pholan grove. Tho following wcro
appointed on tho committees bar-
becuo nnd dinner Pholan,
and Slinonson; games and
Letter Hnmmnrk, Ed Uowmnn and
Karl Weaver: program nnd arrange
ments: Slmnnson, Leo Hammock
and Edgar Woods Tho Ilonlta folk
nro extending nn Invitation to ovory
ono for miles around to bo prosont
nt tl.nli- nlcili. nr.,1 tinrtirtnn tvlilMi
at their picnic nnd bnrbecuo which
Ih one of tho big events of tho year
In Cow Valloy.
I'llli: MARSHALS ORDER
OLD HHACKH REMOVER
(Continued From Page Ono)
cut Condemnation Ordlnnnru which
Is found to be entirely ndoqunto and
cause tho old wooden shacks . nnd
sheds to ho removed from tho busi
ness district of tho city. Thcso old
sheds arc a poslttvn menace to tho
city nnd nro of practically no valuo.
Wo would recommend thnt action
bo takoti Immcdlntoly on tho follow fellow follew
ing: Tho blocks botweon Wnshlng-
ton and Cnllfornln Streets and bo
tweon Oregon nnd Illchnrdson
Stroots. Also In tho alleys of blocks
No. 14 and No. IB.
Thcso'old wood shacks nro a vory
groat flro mennco to tho better class
of buildings and their removal will
rodtico the danger from flro mater
ially. Wo recommend Hint tho double
.ir, gallon hnnd chemlcnl extinguish
ho n valuable piece of oqulpmont.
chnrged for uso. It wilt provo to
ho a vnluahlo prlco of equipment.
Wo firthor rocommond that as soon
as possible tho two lid gallon chom
Irnl tanks ho mounted on tho rear
of an nutomohllo chassis. Thoy will
bo u vory vnluahlo addition to tho
Wo rocommond thnt an ordlnnnco
bo eunrtod authorizing Inspection by
tho Flro Department for the removal
of flro hazards and thnt the flro
chief or other sultablo person bo
nuthorUed lo do tho Inspection
work. A sultablo ordlnnnco for this
purpose Is nttnehod to and mndo a
part of this roport. This Inspec
tion work Is of very gront Import
ance to tho city and tho Ordinance
should bo ennctod without dolny.
In conclusion wo wish to com
mend tho Mnyor and Common Coun
cil for the good work nlready ac
complished and to oxpress tho deslra
thnt thoy will contlnuo In flro pre
vention work nnd In perfecting the
flro protection to tho end that On
tario may bo made n flroless city.
10 A. M. Sunday School
11 A. M Preaching.
"Lot's Choice "
8 P M Illustrated address
the Apostlo of tho aontlles,"
TliuiMluy nnd Filday
"Till: CHARM SCHOOL"
The Promoter Gump Comedy
Hnturduy, Aug. (I
Hunilur nnd Monday
"IDOL OF Till: NORTH'
All Wrong Sunshine Comedy
Tuesday, August l
"THOU AUT Till! MAN''
One Root Comedy
Wednesday, August 10
"PKNNY OF TOP HILL THAU."
Tliiiodiiy, August 1 1
I'llday and Saturday
Hnturndy, August (I
"TURN OF TDK ROAD"
Hundny, August 7
A Ralph lure Production
King of tho Circus
DISCOUNT PRICK PAID FOR
cumin of iri:mou quality
Whlla equipment for cleaning nnd
conditioning grain Is expensive,
country olovntors will find that lts
uso frequently Improves tho quality
of tho grain nnd Incrcnscs Its mar
ket valuo, says specialists of tho
Ilurcnu of Markets, United States
Department of Agriculture. Soma
times grain comes to tho olovntor In
poor condition, nfton being dirty,
dusty, or with high moisture con
tent, and unless tho quality Is im
proved by cleaning or drying tho
grain cannot bo dlsposod of advan
tageously. Moreover, grain containing Im
purities, forolgn mntter, or n high
molsturo content Is qulto likely to
becomo hot in transit, which grently
reduces Its valuo nnd frequently re
sults In serious flnnnclnl loss. If
tho olovntor. Is not provided with
suitable oqulpmont for this procoss,
such grain must bo shipped In tho
condition In which It Is received.
Tho farmer should not plnco all
! responsibility for cleaning grain on
mo ciovntor, it is iioiioveu. it snouui
bo romembered thnt olovntor mnnn
gom drt not pny grain prices for tho
dirt nnd water found In n farmer's
grain. Tho prlco should bo cstab-
. Hshod by taking Into consideration
' . .....
tna noccssary oxpenso or placing tho
grain In markotablo condition. Tho
farmor who dollvcrs clonn, dry,
sound grain should rocolve n premi
um over tho prlco pnld to tho mora
rnrcloss farmer who dollvcrs grain
of Inferior quality, specialists say.
rilACH CHILDREN TO WASH
fruits and vkgi.tahlks
Children should have fruits, also
celery, tomntocs, and snlads not on
ly to glvo variety In their school
.unches, but especially to supply tho
vltamlncs and other food oloments
necessary for healthy growth, agreo
nutrition specialists of tho United
Stntos Department of Agriculture
When thoy ent any Of these uncook
ed foods at homo It Is prolmhln that
tho mother has washed tho fruit or
vegetables properly boforo serving
It. All market produco needs wash
ing to removo dirt nnd dust, hue
torla, and sometimes pnrtlclos of
spray residue. Tho best fruits and
usually tho bout-looking .fruits nro
thoso from trees which hnvo boon
properly spnyed while tho fruit was
in Its early stages nnd sometimes
tho spray mny not hnvo woathorcd
off thn fruit boforo harvest. Child
ren should not bo given monoy to
buy their own fruit from hucksters
or stands unions thoro nro facilities
at school for washing It. Thoy
should bo drilled In tho prnctlco of
washing what thoy eat of thoso un
cooked products, as a mnttor of or
CUT ALFALFA WHEN NEW
HI IDOTti HTAUT FltOM CltOWN
' Just whon to cut nlfalfa and how
many times to harvest a crop in
one sonsou nro questions which
hnvo rorelvod studied attention from
oxports In tho United States Depart
ment of Agrlculturo nnd tho various
experiment stations In alfalfa-producing
Statos. Ordinarily It Is a
good tlmo to cut alfalfa for hay
when the now shoots hnvo started
from tho crown, nnd from ono-tonth
to ouo-flfth of the plants aro in flow
er. Hut theso two conditions do not
always occur at tho samo time.
However, tho furmor with n llttlo
oxporlenco, and keoplng In mind the
flower nnd new shoots, soon Is able
to toll whon his alfalfa crop should
bo cut. Tho farmor'a best Judgment
will bo called Into play, with pre
ference given to the welfare of the
plant rathor than the size of tho
I Experiments on Government plats
seem to prove that cutting Is not es
sential to tho welfuro of the plant,
hut Is only a means of getting hay.
Plats of alfalfa that have not been
cut In six yearaxnro In hotter physi
cal condition to-day than those that
have been cut regularly. Govern
ment agricultural experts lean
strongly toward fewer crops of al
falfa a year, holding that as large
tannage can bo secured, for example,
with three as with four cuttings,
and with less labor. Emphasis Is
laid on the necessity of leaving time
enough after tho last harvest to
permit the plants to get a healthy
growth, approximately 4 Inches, be
FOR SALE Modern Five Room
House, on corner of Morfitt'and Cal
ifornia, three blocks west of the
post office Also all furniture. A
bargain If bought at once. Good
terms. It will pay you to Investi
gate this ir Intending to locate In
Ontario Forced to sell on account
of sickness. Will ulso sell five lots
nnd four room cottage, two blocks
west of High School, reasonable.
Call 2ft R or wrlto Carl F. Johnson,
Rex 381, Ontario, Oregon.
UNITF.D PHI-SHYTKHIAN CHURCH
Sabbath School at 10:00 A M.
Morning Services at 11 00. Rev
M. E Dunn of Portland will preach.
LAND LEASING BILL
Congressman Hlnnott Introduce
.Mcaslttu In House Hiving Au
thority to .Secretary of the
Tolegram Washington Hurenii
Washington, July 30. Congress
man Slnnott, chnlrmati of tho public
Innds committee of tho liouso, re
garda tho proposal of the Interior
department to rogulnto grazing on
tho public domnln ns pcrhnps tho
last great question dealing with
Within tho noxt fow weeks, hear
ings on tho bill Introduced by Mr.
Slnnott ut tho request of tho secre
tary of tho Interior department,
will bo stnrted and all angles of
tho proposnl ventilated.
For many years there hns been
growing opposition to tho policy of
Including largo acrengo of non-for-ost
Innds within tho national forest
service, simply for tho purpose of
having grazing on these binds re
gulated by somo authority.
I nil HuggcxtN Hill
It wns In nnswor to tho roquost
from Congrossmnn Slnnott for the
opinion of tho Interior department
on ono of thcso hills thnt tho fol
lowing loiter wns received from tho
socrctnry of the interior, coming
with n draft of tho hilt to cover tho
Idea suggested by Soerotary of In
"I nm In racelpt of your request
for roport upon S. lfiDO, proposing
to add cortnln Innds to tho Wyom
ing National forest.
"Available dndn Indlcnto thnt tho
grentor port of tho lands described
uro chiefly vnluahlo for grazing
purposes. An examination of tho
lawn authorizing tho creation and
maintenance of national forests
elonrly shows that they do not con
template tho Inclusion In nntlonnl
forests of tills class of lands, but
by rensou of damnnd for grazing
supervision, numerous bills llko this
hnvo been Introduced proposing to
ndd areas of this chnrnctor to tho
nntlonnl forests. This Indicates the
uocosslty of somo gencrnl policy as
to tho handling mid into of public
lamia not sultablo for reclamation,
or for tho establishment of homes
thereon under tho agricultural homo-
flecrrtnry (Jit en Authority
"I havo accordingly drawn n ton
tatlvo bill doslgnod to vest In tho
soerotary of tho Interior nuthorlty
to rcgulato and leaso tho unappro
priated grazing lauds on tho public
domain, and to recommend that, It It
moot with npprovul, It bo enacted In
lieu of S. IG90 and nthor pending
hills proponing to ndd grazing
areas to national forosts."
Congressman Slnnott has Intro
duced n bill upon this subject.
WANTED Hoy, IB, wants work
In haying. Will tnke part payment
In hay. Phone 94-M. tf
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many distant lands,--the wonderful new odor
of 29 flowers. You, too, will love it. And
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JONTEELr a powder of super tf ineness yet
heavy enough to stay on.
You'll find It In Combination Cream
Jonteel, a cream that not only pro
. vldes a perfect powder base, but
which adds a delicate clearness to
You'll find R In Talc Jonteel Soap .
Jonteel and the many other delight
ful requisites that complete this
famous toilet line.
Compact face powders and rouges
,ln shades to match your complexion.
PACE POWDER JONTEEL 50c
Combination Cream Jonteel 50c,
Talc Jonteel 25c. Manicure Sets Jonteel $1.50
Odor Jonteel $1.50
Th ?fexa&& Store
NOTiciJ of sheriff's balm
Uy vlrtuo of nu execution in foro
closuro, duty Issued by tho Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of tho Stnto of
Oregon, for tho County of Inlhour,
dated tho 28th day of July, 1021, In
a certain suit In tho said Circuit
Court for said Stnto nnd County,
whcroln Klstlo V. Patch, ns Plain
tiff, recovered Judgment against
Potor Frodorlck Mnrtln, E. A. Pad
dock, Elizabeth 11. Paddock, his
.vlfe, mid Wolsor Nntronal Hank, u
lorporatlon, ob defendants, for tho
sum of Four Hundrod & No100
Dollars ($400.00), with Interest
thereon from tho 21st day of Decem
ber, 1018, nt tho rata of night per
cent per annum, nnd Fifty & NOI100
Dollars ($50.00), attomoy's foos,
nnd tho further sum of Forty-one &
50100 Dollnrs (Ml. CO) costs, and
tho further sum of Ninety-two &
84-100 Dollars ($92.84), taxos,
with Interest thereon from tho 31st
day of March, 1021, at tho rato of
ten per cent per annum, loss a cred
it pnld on tho 7th day of Octobor,
1019, In tho sum ut Fifty & Noll 00
Dollnrs ($60.00), and a further
credit paid on tho 14th day of Oc
tobor, 1019, of Twonty-flvo &
No) 100 Dollars ($25.00), which
Judgment was enrolled nnd dockotad
In tho Clerk's offlco of said Court
In said County on tho 28th dny of
THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HERE
UY GIVEN, That I will on tho 3rd
day of September, 1921, nt tho hour
of 11:30 o'clock In tho forenoon of
said day, at tho north main ontrnnco
door of tho County Court Ilouso nt
Vale, In said County nnd Stnto, soil
nt public auction to tho highest bid
dor or bidders for cash, the follow
ing doscrlbed real property, to-wlt:
Tho South Half (SH) of tract 10
nnd tract 38, lots 18, 10, 20, 21,
22 23 and 24 In lllock 4; Lots 1, 2,
3 4, C, 0, 7,8, 9, 10, 11 nnd 12 nnd
21 In lllock 10: Lots 1, 2, 3, nnd
4, In Hlotk 18; Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, S,
and 0, In lllock 19; according to
second plat of town of Annex Mal
Tho above real property with Its
appurtenances taken nnd levied up
on as the property of tho said defen
dants, Petor Frcdorlck Martin, E. A.
Paddock, Ellzuboth II. Paddock, his
wlfo, and Wolsor Natlonnt Ilank, n
corporation or so much tharoof as
may bo necessary to satisfy said
Judgment In favor of Klstlo V.
Patch, tho abovo named plaintiff,
and against said abovo named de
fendants, together with nil costs and
disbursement! thnt have or may ac
crue Dater at Vale, Oregon, this 2nd, '
dny of August, 1921.
II. Loo Noo Sheriff,
Hy O. W. Glonn, Doputy.
Data of 8alo, Septombcr. 3rd. 1921.
ut 11 '30 A. M.
Data of first publication, August 4th
Date of last publication September
FOR SALE 30 acres, unimprov
ed, under Wnrmsprlngs district, Innd
located three miles west of Ontario,
on Malheur river, $800 ensh. Call on
or wrlto H. W. Adams, Nyssn, Ore
gon, 33-3 G p.
LOST 8omowhero botweon W. I
Turner homo nnd Ontario National
Hank, Sorlcty pin, black enamel,
diamond shape with gold Greek let
tors. Has Initials II, J. T. on hnck.
I.cavn ut Argus offlco. 2t
In tho Inst weok's Argus mention
wns made of sovoral Ontnrlo girls
who woro to tuko part In tho Wny
Faror Pageant, nt Beattln. Miss
Mary Hervln's nnmo was given as
ono. nnd this was a mistake on thn
part of tho Argus. Miss Horvln Is
going to Normal In Cheney, Wash
ington this summer nnd not In