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Economy in Painting
Your House does not mean buying the paint sold at the lowest price per gallon- It meant getting the paint that covers the most surface per gallon and gives the greatest number of years of service in other words, the btst vaJut for jour dollar. ACMFQUALmr HOUSE PAINT costs lets because it take lew and lasts longer. Let us show , you pleasing color combinations, esti mate quantity needed, or be of any other service we can. whtther you buy r mot. m mm gt on Aetna QuaJMy WSjtJttJBJ and torn color tumwosManm, William McBratney Hardware - Furniture Undertaking LOCAL AGENT, ONTARIO, OREGON SAVING TIME k TELEPHONE Means Not Only Time But Money. Do you ever consider how lontf it takes to travel the distance from your house to the Doctor and Merchant and what time you save by telephoning If your time is worth anything you cannot afford to be without a Telephone. Malheur Home Telephone Co. 3 HEJH HiBLgV fm ? ua Sf if f It ' ' fw- UjW K J If 1 Br i ffs vs-! ,W r 1 1 1 II III .33bS3 " '-tgSaBMki TW'OreaterOrefcorv Vila new building, batter equip meat, enlarged ground, sod many ad dllioiu to il fat ulty , ehe t'lnvriaiiv ul Oregon will begin ill thirty tunlh ymr Tueaday, September 19 Special training for Bualneaa. lour uiiiiu. UK, Metiii'iue. I eat hing. I.J. hrary Work Minn, AnhiirAurr, rnyucal 1 raining and Fine Arte i argrti and ktiougrtt drpunuirnu libeial eduiation t ihiiit ii u.ir iihu ft. toium, two ltai Mpuivai flttta StiiiJ'tiga fully uitPd N t flaa.aaa Arfaaiauircnoo i iiidiag la itiuiti i-i tiiuiuutiioD I ulttou Piaa Iiiiii.,hi lur aMA inj i liurim Iiimiii Wrlla for . iial.,g and ItlwauauS t... ali UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SUOSns oaiaoN Real Estate Bulletin 505 For tuxchunge lt0 acres f wheat land 10 miles oust of Cambridge, Idaho, all tillable. 110 acres broke out. HO acres in alfalfa, liood soil. No Hock. Katb er steep. Trice $4000.00. Mortgage fltOQ.00 want Bmall place in exebauge. f)0tU For sale two good residence lots price for the pair$la!'00 Ontario Real Estate Co. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Summons. In the Circuit Court of the State of OrtfOII, for the County of Malheur. Juntura Mercantile Company, a pri vate corporation, plaintiff, vs. George W. Cater, Anna C. Cater, George C. Wall, E. F. Sullivan, Melvin Smith, Fred G.Anderaon, George Kelley, Henry Dargell, M. S. Huston, John Hotter, A. C. Woodniff, Clyde Shaver, John 10. Thomas, A. G. Williams, John Ott and John I). Daly copartners as John Ott & Company; Home Lumber and Coal Company, a corporation; First Bank of Juntura, a corporation; Carl-son-Lusk Hardware Company, a cor poration, Defendants. To George W. Cater, Anna C. Cater. and Melvin Smith, three of the above named Defendants: In The Name Of The State Of Oregon: You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or be fore the 5th day of November, 1914, the same being the last day of the time prescribed by order of the court direct ing service of summons in said suit to he made uKn you by publication; and if you fail so to answer, for want there of, the plaintiff will apply to the said court for the relief demanded in the said complaint, to-wit: For judgment against George W. Cater and Anna C. Cater for $.160.48, with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from Dec. 5, 1913; and for six dollars for preparing and recording lien notice; and for$25).(X attorney's feea; and for costa and disbursements of suit; also for a decree of said court foreclosing a certain lien filed by plaintiff to secure said debt, against the Cater Hotel Huilding and ground upon which same is situated and described as Lota 8, 9, 10 and 11, in Mock 19, of the incorpor ated town of Juntura in Malheur Coun ty, Oregon, which said lien is of record in Hook "M". page 89. of the records of Mechanic's Liens for Malheur County, Oregon, and directing that said proper ty be sold at sheriff's sale in satisfact ion of plaintiff's claim, and for all other relief demanded in said complaint. You arc further notified that this summons is served upon you by public ation in pursuance of an order of the Hon. Dalton Higgs, Judge of this Court, which said order was niMile and entered in said cause on the VMth day of Septem ber, l'.'l I. and directed that this sum mons be published once each week for i consecutive weeks in the "Ontario Argus", commencing with the issue of Sept. 24, 1914, of said newspaper. First publication of this summons is on Sept. 24, 1911, and last publication is on Nov. 5, 1914. Mcculloch a wood. Attorneys for Plaintiff Notice to Creditors. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Malheur County: In the matter of the estate of Joseph Collins May, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed adminis trator with the will annexed of the a.1.1.. .. I.uidnk f'.illit.a lla.tr .U..M..al and all persons having claims against ,and abov" described, before the Regis said estate are hereby required to pre- ter and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at sent the same to the undersigned at his Vale, Oregon, on the 10th day of Nov- rewitiener ill i unarm, Oregon, or l inn . i . lull il... of W. H. Hrooke and R. W. , ,,, r' 4 '' Swagler. attorneys for this administra- Claimant names as witnesses: tor in Ontario, Oregon, verified as by Hoy J. Benson, of Weiser, Idaho, law required, within six months from Michael B. Ramsey, of Weiser, Idaho, il.. ,lnte of the first publication of this . j W(x)d of 0nUrj Oregon, notice. 0. M. Nicely, ., .,,.,. n Administrator with the will annexed. nd " Wlt,h' of Ontario. Oregon. In the complaint, to-wit: For Judg incut against the defendants Bert Huffman anJ C. C. Degley, In tho sum of $1197.63, together with 8 per cent Interest thereon fron: January ll, 1911, $150 attorney's fees .ini cost of action. Also for decree of the court fore closing that certain real mortgage, dated Feb 25, 191 J, executed by Bert Huffman and wife, Clara II. Huffman. to C. C. Begley, which was on tho 16th day of May, 1912, recorded in hook "O" at page 124, records of Malheur county, Oregon, which mortgage was on the 15th day of May, 1912, duly assigned by defendant Q C. Henley to plaintiff It IT. Bradshaw, who Is now the owner and holder of the same; being a mortgage to secure the sum 'or which judgment Is asked herein against Hert Huffman and C. C. Deg ley. being a mortgage upon the East V of the Northeast of Section 22, in Township 15 South, Range 45 Bast W. M. and asking that the Hen of plain tiff upon said real estate by virtue of said mortgage, be decreed to be a first Hen on the same, superior to any Hon or claim that said defendants, or any of them named In this action, may hate or claim against the real estate r.ercrlied herein, and that all their rights and eoultles In said real estate be by this suit foreclosed. Further asking an order, directing that said renl estate be sold at Sheriff's sale In satisfaction of plain tiff's Judgment, and for all other relief demanded In the complaint. You are further notified that this summons Is served upon you by publi cation, In pursuance of an order of Hon. Dalton Biggs, Judge of this Court, which said order was made on Sept. 6. 1914, and duly filed and en tered In tho above entitled cause on the 11th day of September, 1914, which order directed that summons be pub lished once a week for six successive weeks In the Ontario Argus, commenc ing with tho Issue of said paper of Sept. 17, 1914, and ending with tho Is sue of October 29, 1914. ED. R. COULTER, Attorney for the Plaintiff. LEGAL NOTICES range forty-six (46) east, Willa mette meridian in Malheur County, Oregon, together with all water rights, ditches anil canals used in irrigating the same, And that the interest of the remain ing defendants b e decreed and declared to be subsequent in time, inferior in right and junior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage, and that each and all of said defendants be barred and foreclosed from any and all right, title and interest in and to said prem ises, and all equity of redemption, ex cept the statutory right of redemption, and that said premises and the whole thereof, together with any and all water ighta or ditches appertaining thereto, be sold in the manner prescrib ed by law, and the proceeds applied to the payment of the costa and disburse ments of this suit: the accruing costs and the judgment of the plaintiff against said defendents Woodford and the over-plus to be paid to whomsoever the court may decree to be entitled thereto, and the plaintiff have general relief. This summons is'publiBhed in the On tario Argus a weekly newspaper print ed and published at Ontario in the County of Malheur, State of Oregon, in pursuance and by virtue of an order of the Honorable Dalton Biggs, judge of the above entitled Court, which or der was made and entered on the 27th day of August, 1914, and directed that this summons be published for a period of six successive weeks in said news paper commencing with the issue of September 3, 1914. First publication is on September 3, 1914, and last publication is on October 16, 1914. McCULLOCH A WOOD Attorneys for Plaintiff "MALHEUR COUNTY PRIMER" Serial No. (12019 Notice For Publication Department or the Interior U. S. Land Office at Vale, Oregon, October 3rd, 1914. I Serial No. OI3U-(Ul-axnS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department 09 the Interior U. S. Land Office, at Vale, Oregon. .September 29th, 1914 Notice Is hereby given that Wallace N. Jonea, of Ontario, Oregon, who, on July 11th. 1910, made Homestead En try, No. 01363, for the SW, Sec 30, Twp. in s . R lu I . and on Jan. 23, 1914, made Additional Entry No. 08076 for the SKt . Section 26, Township It) S , Range 46 E., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Sarah De Haven, of Payette, Idaho, who, on October 12th, 1911, made Home stead Application, No. 02019. for the NEL Section 29, Township HIS., Range 47 E., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before the Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Vale, Oregon, on the 9th day of Nov ember, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Roy Kelley. of Payette, Idaho; Ira Book, of Payette. Ii'aho; Melvin Spauld- ing, of Payette, Idaho, and A. R. While, of Ontario, Oregon. Bruce R. K ester, Register. (Tho Simo Brush Poet of Ontario has completed a new primer, appropri ately setting to vme, following the let ters of the alphabet, a few shafts of wrlttlclsm on the county seat ques tion). Volume I. A stands for Antiquated, The court house at Vale. B stands for Hrogan, Who has voters for Sale. C stands for Dr. Cook, (of Vale), Not of North Pole fame. D stands for the "Devil", Whom Dr. Cook puts to shame. E stands for Everything, That Is all Vale deslros. F stands for Farmer Taxpayer Whom Vale suddenly admires. O is for Goodness, Which Vale greatly needs. H stands for Hope, who i 'pon Malheur County feeds. I stands for Ualah, The one with the Pompadour. J stands for Jullen, The effeminate troubadour. K stands for Knocking, Vale's chief stock in trade. L stands for Leslie Hope Who Vale famous made. M Is for Milton Hope Whom all Vale owes. N stands for Nonsense, All "Oentle Johnny" knows. Volume II. O stands for Ontario, On the square Is she. P Is for Progress For Malheur County. q Is for Question, Upon which we rote. R stands for Rlgby and Roberts Of "Vale Enterprise" note. S stands for Slander, Of the Valo Enterprise. T. stands for Truth, to tell Which Ontario always trys. U Is for United, Tho way Ontario stands. V stands for Vale, The city of quick sands. W Is for Col. Wheeler, Who lately lost his whiskers. X stands for Exhaustion Of Vale, Oregon, tricksters. Y stunds for Yawning, The way we all feel, At Vale's "Charity" appeal. Z stands for Zero, The amount of s mpathy, Malheur County owes. Date of lii-l publication September 24, 1914.' Date of last publication November 6, 1914. Aduilnlxtratli Notice. lu the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Malheur County In the mutter of the estate of Thomas I.. Bliickinau deceased. Notice Is hereby given to all whom it mat MOM. that the undersigned hus been duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Malheur County, adminlstratlx of the estuto of Thomas L. Illackman dc teased All persons having any claim unalnst the estate of the aald deceased are hereby notified to pre sent tho same to me duly verified for allowance at the law office at C. Mc (.ionuKlll at Ontario, Oregon, within six months from the date of this Notice. Dated at Ontario. Oregon, this 24tfe day of September. 1914. CLARA E BLACKMAN, Adminlstratlx BtUCI R. Kestek. Register. SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State Oregon for Malheur County. Plaintiff of ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregou for the county of Malheur Robert I' Bradshaw, plaintiff, vs. Hert Huffman. Clara B. Fuffman, his wife. H. F Studebaker, C. C Begley, and John Peters, defendanst In the name of the state of Oregon You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled ac tion, on or before the 29th day of October, it'll, tho same being the last day of the time prescribed by order of the court directiug service of sum mons lu said suit to be made by publi cation, and if you fail so to answer, for want thereof, plaintiff will apply tc the court for the relief demanded Charles E. Cochran Vs. Elmer Wickiund, Frank Quirk, Frank C. Woodford and Jennie L. Woodford, his wife, and T. B. Garrison, Jr., De fendants. To Elmer Wickiund, Frank Quirk, Frank C. Woodford, and Jennie L. Woodford, his wife, four of the above named defendant.-. In the name of the state of Oregon, greeting: You, and each of you, are hereby re quired to appear and answer the com plaint tiled against you in the above en titled cause and Court on or before the 15th day of .October, 1914, the same being the last day of the time prescrib ed by order of the court directing ser vice of summons in said cause to be made upon you by publication, and if you fail so to appear ami answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the complaint, towit: for judgment against the defendants Frank C. Wood furdandJennie L. Woodford, his wife, for the sum of two thousand (.$2000. 00) Dollars, with interest from April 1st, 1910, at ten (10) per cent per annum until paid, and the further sum of Four Hundred ($400.00) Dollars attorney s feea, and for a decree of the court fore closing the mortgage described in plain tiff's complaint, and declaring the same to be a first lien upon the property therein described, towit : The west half (w 1-2) of the southeast quarter (se 1-4) of sec tion seventeen (17) and the west half, (w 1-2) of the northeast quar ter (ne 1-4) of section twenty (2ti), township twenty-five t -" ) south, of CHARLES C. ZWEIGARI AttornevAt-Law Wilson Building Ontario, Ore. THE LIFE CAREER "Achootlng in youth ihouM laviruMy b d'rrt !r , to pi ..if e p4trOtl III tht tatftl T l"i t if te?it p riu ft neat tKcvpfttioo lur wbuh ft is cftpable v PrviitltatC. w Vltot. This (i the Mission of tho OREGON AGRICULTURALC0LLE6E Forly.ith School Year Opens SF.PIEnBER i8th, 1914 Write for illustrated 100-page Book let, "THE LIFE CAREER." and for Cata log containing full Information. Degrtt Counts AORICULTUR1 : Agronomy, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus bsndry. Poultry Husbandry, Hortkulture. Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY, Logging Engineering, home Eco nomics: Domestic Sclents, Domestic Art, Engineering: Electrical, Irrigation, Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mining. Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY. INDUSTRUL ARTS. Mm ' ' Sat onrvj-Agrkulture, Dairy ing, Horns Makers' Course, Industrial Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course. School of .'jaiia-Puno, String, Band, Vou.0 Culture. Farinart Benin Courts by Mail Free. Atlilra 1 MM KKt.lsI Sa. (tw-7-lft to S-9) Coryallia. Orfa TRAVELLING MEN LOOKING FOR FLOSSIES AND KIDDOES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS l'aKllAdvrtiacncot LOTS FOR SALE 3 in Riverside ad dition, near sub station. Inquire at Argus. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent Two sizes and two prices; an absolutely safe method of keeping your valuable papers protected against loss by tire or theft. Ontario National Bank. Paperhanging, plastering, kalsoming, etc. W. A. DEPUTY. Phone 8d-N-l. tf My 20 acre tract for sale or trade. On bench west of fair grounds. V B. STAPLES, Vale, Oregon. Listen daughter. Don't cry and don't make your mother think that her lit tle lamb has been abused. Yes, I kuow that the atr-nger apoke to you. Disrespectfully, yon say? Called you "Klddo!" Well daughter, per haps the man thought you answered to tho name of "Klddo." You see, he only arrived here this morning. He happened to notice you at the depot when he not off the train. Yes, I know you only went to the depot to aee If any of the girls had gotten back from the city. And then you say he happened to be standing on tho hotel porch this afternoon when you wont to the post office. I know, of course, you could hardly help glanc ing In his direction when you went by and when you and Flossy passed that way later, It waan't your fault that FIosh asked you, loudly enough for hlui to hear. If you weren't sick and tired of living in this poky old town'-' So when you took a walk this evening he saw you, aauntered after you .1 n it at the corner near the drug store he overtook you and raising his hat asked "What's your hurry', Kld do?" And you ran home In tears, to tell your mother how you had been Insulted. Thank Ood for that. You're Dad's girl yet. But don't blame tho man. He knows that there are kld dos In every town. He meets them at the depots. He notices them pass ing and repassing the hotels and going to and from the postoffices and he al ways sees them with Flossies. But those men will never speak to the small-town girls who mind their own business and keep off the streets. Now tomorrow If you help Mother with the preserving, not a soul will harm you. 80 dry your eyes no not tne powder rag, use cold water and a soft towl. That's right, smile. Three Lots For Sals 2 blocks west of poetoffice, st a bargain. In quire at Argus office. We have a comfortable room fitted up especially for the ladies where they can rest, write checks and letters and not be crowded or intruded on; ladies are invited to call and open an account. ti.MAKiu National Bank.