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Keep the Moths Away
From your Furs with Our Moth Compound
25 Cents per Can
Idlei ullnr and dreasmakor. Mrs.
EtU tope, in the Lamm house, or
Inqnlri t Cope and Dunnuck
Wntofi fouii-l owner can have name
bf proving property and paying for
Wre nod Insulators have arrived for
U Idabo-Oregon company to connect
to Ntmh hranoh with the Ontario
0. B. Eegleeton, who baa bean liv
ing oo tbe bench eaat of bare for the
put eight years baa aold out and will
mov to Suroner, Nebraska, where be
bi hirge pl"'e. W ' B ''' Det "'"
will be back to tbe weal In a abort
I 'mum ie working tor a creamery
ind tbe i " fi" tbara are at preaeut
bairilT interested In hoga and oblck-
tni. N.vwi bin a obeeae faotory start -
i, Ontnrln I promlecd a creamery
ud Hi reports trow l'ayetta nod
Wfiicr Indicate Unit those placea lira
going a'tcr creamer iea. Tbera la
pleoty of " ""n for obaeae and butter
fortrlee at tbeaa aaveral places
ind If tbev are supported by a largo
apply of milk It will not take long
to mike i bn tbe rloheat valley lo the
W. E. Stewart, of Falka. waa renew
Iiganiiaiiituces here thla week.
For Salt- Barley 11.25 per bun
tod. C. hi. Hceae.
II. 0. I! .! la lu Portland thla
seek selecting a atock of Rood for the
Mayor Tmw and W If. Doollttle
vtrt In Portland a few day lutt week
end did IMM Rood boosting lor the
Born February 2L to Mr. und Mia.
Homer Utley, a diuiRhter. Grandpa
art tbere is ouly one liner fllrl In
Ibtwnrld mimI that it hi r sister.
for Si Ie--A Ford automobile in
pad ibniie. l'rioe t.i-o. D. CJ. Booth
tf Multnomah rooma.
Xn. II. A. Chapman waa registered
eWbeUayhee tbia week.
Tbirc win an excurelou to Waiaer
Tseeday arauinR to eee "Kxouee Me"
Tbe t mi ii Ht crowded ami the opera
euee tilled to aee one of the fuuuieat
reeeeeer written, presented by a well
biliooeit cuuiiHuy. It waa a scream
fromiUrl to tliilah
W. J. BrooRer ia movliiR bla family
to Boiee (hit wek, where be haa pur
Bawd an Interest iu one of the latin
0- 1. C .ah... for aale by K. K.
'"Hi and J. B. Atherton OuUirlo,
Cou. Phone 2 IB.
Tbe Ontario Qaj club aent a aquad
Uithi mtfiiiiR at l'arma and thy re
Po'tigoo.l meeting with 25 abootera
Meat They waie treated royally
UJ M a Rood share of tbe prlzea
a letter trom Frank Howard who la
a PoitUci witti bla father aunouooea
M Unole Lyte ia improviuR and
Jh and Mra. K. H. Dearuiond were
"a from the ranch tnia week.
Pct to have a rural route
abliahed too u o they can get maW
Sobaonbf tor the Ar,u. only $1.
Tbe Mtaeea Bllllngelcy entertained
a number of their frlende Wedneiday
Harold Fie lecher, of Emmett, waa
a vialtor here Snnday.
Virgil Staplee, the Vale poetmaater,
waa viaiting hla relativea here laat
A. J. Froat, of Orovllle, California,
was visiting his brntber-ln law. W. H.
Cecil. Inat week. Mr. Froet baa been
a a mining man for yeara and atnted
they will be mininR In hla eection for
many more yeara. Ontario looked
good to blm and he aald he might re
turn and buy a home here. He haa
been on a Ioor trip, viaitlnR thirteen
etatea and no other eection looked aa
promleinR na the one around Ontario
Mlaa Joy. of Ontnrio, came In on
Haturday'a stage and will tench the
balance of the term of eohool in the
Denny dletiict. Mra. Sharp bitviuR
realRned her poeltloo aa teacher.
Jordan Valley Express.
L L. Merchant will offer lua house
hold goodi at private aale until March
15. The aale will include atovea,
beda, rookera. tables, cbalra. plate
mirror, ploturea, stands, aleo meat,
lard etc Klveraide add, oloae to
Beoauae Oregon waa admitted to
tbe I'n Ion on February 14, 1850, a
aiiRRaatlon haa been made tbat It be
called tb" "Valentine atata." It It
olalmed that thla paeudonym haa ad
vantages over tbe mislead Ihr "Web
foot" and "Beaver" which have done
duly for ao many yeara.
I will buy poultry every Monday at
tbe Ontario livery barn. C.H. Bow
man, Payette, Idaho.
DOROTHY JAQUISH WILL REP
RESENT ONTARIO AT NYSSA
The ilrrlnui.il mm- content given
Inst Friday evening at the
Dreamland by the pupils of the
sixth, Hcventh und eighth grades
was greatly enjoyed by the audi
ence which packed the theatre
to it limit.
After the four reels of
pictures, a double (juartet id
ighih grade girls gave sunn
phasing selections and the e.ui
It-stunts followed. TbvJ a
BttUa Millikin, Arthur Voting,
Mnrv Atherton, Dora Plttgboff,
Dorothy J.iiii.-li and laftfit
l.nrlu-ii. All acquitted them
selves most creditably, showing
they had been carefully trained.
The judges were J. It. Black
any, Mrs. H. U. Whitney and
Mrs. S. D. Dorman. While
they were deciding the quartet
sang and then Mr. Blackaby an
nounced the decision in favor of
Dorothy Jaquish, whose decla
mation waB well rendered.
Dora Plughoff, who delivered
an amusing monologue, was
selected for second place.
The winner will represen
Ontario at the county declama
tory contest March 8th and this
time Ontario is confident of
q ringing home tbe cup.
.i-i'iit. iaifta muit iiii'hi..it
At the home of A. K. White lhnra "" V" ruDWUl,Ufl-
day afternoon. February 20 1!1.1 I'epartment of tbe Interior, U. 8.
John O. Oreen nnd Beulnh I. B. Eaat hno'1 Ottce at Vale. Oregon, February
were married hv H. Thnm .Tnim. i "l'tl1. it1
in tbe presence of their immediate
After the ceremony all aat down to a
fine dinner which waa prepared for the
ocrnalon. Everyone wishes Mr. and
Mra. Oreen a very happy and prosper
ooa wedded life.
In Lovlug Memory.
A large andlenoe gathered at tbe
Congregational cbarob Saturday after
noon to pay a laat tender tribute to
tbe memory of Harry F. Laokey.
Only eympathy seemed expressed In
that gathering nnd tbe relativea are
grateful for the kindness of many
friends in their trying time, etill the
thought comes, touched wltb tears,
that perhapa if a discouraged boy Id
Boise a week. ago bad fully realized
how many hearta In Ontario were
beating warm for him and bow many
loving hands would have reached to
hla help, the pitiful atory of tbe week
might not have been written. Even
to know bow bla football frlenda st ill
eared would have been aweet to blm.
If we could only know today bow
tomorrow'a heartaches might be saved,
we would not pass priceless opportun I -tlaa
In our bllodneaa uneveiug.
While tboae who loved Harry beat
moat bow humbly under tbe bur Jen
of regret tbnt it could not be tbelra
to give tbe needed courage, they know
wltb certain vision tbat tbe aweet,
affectionate nature and high ideals
and looglnga of the lonely boy are
Immortal and will have time and
room to bloeeom under happier con
ditions. Deapnlr la not crime nnd tbe
Father who marka tbe aparrow'a fall
loves tenderly each child of Hla.
Had we known a heart a-weary,
Fainted there beside the road.
How our lagging feet had haatened
To make light the heavy load.
But above the aob of sorrow,
Softening the vain regret,
Cornea the meatagr. low and tender,
God who loved him, lovea him yet.
Notice Is hereby given tbat Mary F.
Wr I ii alee, of Ontario, Oregon, who,
on Augnat 10th, 1911, made Home
stead Application, No. !01950. for K
NE and HWi NKJ, Section 17 8.,
Range 47 K., Willamette Meridian,
has filed "notice of intention to make
Final Commutation Proof, toeatallieh
claim to tbe land above deecrlbed,
before the Register and Receiver, U.
8. Land Offloe. at Vale, Oregon, on
the 51b day of April, 1913.
Claimant namea as wltnassea:
M. W. Jonea, ftozzie E. Jonea,
Pearl Crane, of Ontario, Oregon;
Melvin 8. HpauldiiiR, of Fayette,
Bruce R. Hester. Register.
hot cakes, made with
ROYAL Baking Powder
are doiioioum, health
ful and eaelfy made
The regular meeting of the
Work and Win club was held
Keoniaiv "J'i at the home of Mrs.
Charles Kinison. It was guest
d.iy and tbe program was listen
ed In vital interest by a large
audifiieu of club members and
tin ir invited guests. Tho busi
ness manager of the Woinan'f
edition of the Argus rriulrirl
her report, also the chairman of
the entertainment cotumittee
and the club discussed some
plans for dispensing tho funds
The subject of the afternoon
concerned children and schools
and besides the two papers on
"Child Welfare" read by Mrs.
Stoetzel, and on the "Ideal
School Environment" by Mrs.
l'inney, the club was given an
interesting talk by Mr. Hailey.
Mi- Stoetzel Baid that she felt
that the subject of child welfare
was so large that sbe could uot
doit justice within the scope of
a single paper and she wi-h'l
that the club would take up the
subject for an entire winter's
Mr. Bailey, who followed Mrs.
Stoetzel, said that environment
played more important puil
in it child's life than any of u
reali.td. He fpokf pai tinihul)
of tiie m-ressity of adaptfng the
OJMirtM tu stieiy ! the schools
to thr Dl r.i- i.i ihr community
which tbt) : vc.
At the eloM oi the progrtMS
refreshments were served.
In tbe Countv Court of the atate
OreRon for Malheur County.
In the matter of the eetate of Clemen
tine Chambers, deceeaed.
Notice ia hereby Riven that the
tbe underslRned haa been duly up
pointed by the County Court of the
State f Oregon, for Malbenr County,
adnunletrntor of the eetate of eald
Clementine Chambera, deceased All
peraona bavliiR claims aRalntt tbe
eatatn of eald Clementine OLnmbere,
deceased, are berebj required to
present tbe same to tbe ooderaiRoed
with proper voiiebera aa bv law re
quired within elx montha from date
Dated at Ontario. OreRon, thla 27tb
day of Fsbr.iary. 1013.
ri W. Chum bare,
Administrator of the eeutte of Clem
ent'ne Cbanibere, deceaeed.
Wanted Frioe oo No. 1 alfalfa hay
delivered at Jauiieeon. Write E. 8.
Audersou, BroRan, Oregon.
Vale 0708. Burne 02517. II. E. 3447.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Inerior, U. 8.
Land Offloe at Vale, Oregon, February
Notloe la hereby Riven that Angus
MoDonald.of Veruie. Malheur oounty.
Oregon, who, on March Ifnth. 190H,
made llomeetead Application No.
0708. for NWi. Section 6. Township
7 8.. Range 47 E. Willamette Merl
dlan. baa tllud notina of inteution to
make dual three year proof, to ettab
liab claim to the laud above deeorihed,
before Harry It. (iimiel, U. H. Com
mlaalouer, at Onurio, Oregou. on the
Hlk day of March, ItSI,
Claiiuaut names ae wltnesa:
lleinau W. Clt nent, of Ontario,
Oregon: Koy H Kell.y, of Weiser.
(leorgx Tiiicl, ul Fayette,
A. I; White, of Ontario.
airuue B. Heater. Beglster.
( di J of hanks
We dealre to express our siuoere
thauka to our frlenda and all who
aasiatud us and for the tueuy acta of
kindneaa shown ua during tbe illnesa
aud death of our belored mother.
Mr. aud Mrs J. A. Draper and family.
According to the report of tbe
Rogue River Valley Fruit A Produce
aaaoctatlon just made public, that or
ganisation ahlpped 18.". cans of applea
and 1 9 cara of peara from tbe valley
in lttlJ. Thla repreaenta about 76 per
cent of the total production of tbe
district. On peara tbe average pricea
received were: Howella, $1.75 per
box: Anjou, $2.26 a box; Boac, $2 02
a box: Bartletta, $1.0s a box. On ap
plea the pricea were: Spluenberga,
$1; Newtowns, $1.41; Ben Davla, $1.4$.
While many sheep are attll dying oa
the Lower 1'owder and in tbe vicinity
of Ooose ftfefc. neur Baker, still It la
thought that tbe worat of tbe epidem
ic la over, and that the death rate,
which was hundreds a day for several
daya, will boon he reduced to little
or nothing. State UUeep Inspector
Dr. W. H. Ljrtlfl of I'eudletou Is at
working In the affected district aud
haa not changed his first diagnosis
that polaon fodder waa the cauae of
the epidemic. While It la tin possible
to eatimate the total loaa to sheep
men, it will run into thousands of dol
larae -da of sh. ei ,.nd lambs
ca a lit1 .ould
th trees $.' fro to m
Money to loan on Improved Irri
gated farma. W. H. Doollttle Co.
Dniynge orders taken at Moore
Hotel John Landingham, residence
Three Iota for aale 2 blooka west
of poatofflca at a bargain. Inquire at
Ontario Bakery givee yon more
and better oandy for your money than
any other place In town.
For Sale -8 horse power Internation
al engine for aale. Inquire of Box 667.
Some one make me a cash offer on
lots 1 and 2 in block 277, Ontario, Ore.
Julia A Jones, 7008 nth Ave N. W.,
For 8nle 38 sharea Owyhee Ditch
company atock, either wbole or rart,
A. B. Winter. Everett, Wash
Hotbed saah Jast a few moo left
at the Empire Lumber oompany yard.
Now ia the time to get a new rug for
that room while Farley haa a big stock
to select from.
The plaoe to buy flrat olaas oundiea
is at the Ontario Bakery.
GROVE & RILEY
Saturday, March 1st we will
be prepared to show a line of
and cordially invite your inspection.
12,000 Miles for $5.00
I have driven my Buick more than 12,000 miles since
April on a repair cost of $5.00 The Huick never
gives me any trouble. C. W. Heintz, Buffalo, N. Y.
That is a sample of what Buick owners think of
'1 I 1 S. ' iLav.
BUICK "30 '
Fully Equipped f. o. b. Flint, Mich. $1125
When a better ear in built the Seyuiiw Auto t o.
will sell it.
Seguine Auto Co.