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FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY U With each 60 cent punnsse una ini million vim Will b entitled to 2,000 VOTKH. A COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES By FAY CLARK. County School Superintendent Southeast Quarter (if Section IB, and bounded and dBBSrtbsd an follows, the North Hair of the Northeast 'cmninenrlng at a point Li.fl chain 'Quarter and ths Smitliwc.t Quarter 'eest'of the nnrtliwest corner of sec- 'of the Northeast Quarter of Section thin I In Township 16 south In Range CMtVfOM ROHi ( My Miss Overstreet) The school Is spending extra time on their music during the "Week of TSong." A cupboard and-hook case are anon to be provided for the school room. This will enable the pupils to care for the materials for hot lunchea and keep their library books In better condition. The cupboard la to be made somewhat like the one designed by Miss Milam of the O. A. C. The grounds are drying so the pu pils count on making their tennis court soon. Thle la one of the new games for the schocl this year. Mrs. W. Yoit and .Mr. U. I. Yoat have visited the school during the week. Uuy Bhumway gave the urhool pap er this week. Frederick Yoat proved the winner In the hlatory contest Friday after noon. Ktisaell Beers has built a new bird house of Juniper bark, for the school grounds. The school celebrated Washington's Birthday with a short program. IIKI I AH (By Pupils) Washington's, Lincoln's and Sw ell's birthday were observed by reading poems and storlea. Our attendance for the peat month would have been one hundrd per cent had It not been fur the absence of one pupil. The Bird Club held an Interesting out door meeting observing live sub jects. We wish to thank John, Dav id and Donald McDonald for the three nice bird houses they mad for the school. The pupils have been reading the Beulah Star every two weeka. They also conducted the morning progaum one day last week. The following names appear on the roll of honor for the month Just past. Mail Murphy, Dollle Chandler, ltaymoud Chandler, Iano McDonald, Wanda TVinpleton, Don u ad McDonald, David McDonald, Lee Pearson. Marg aret McDonald, Everett Pearson, Joha McDonald and James McDonald : the matter of certain school sup plies the teachers of Oregon are for tunate, as compared 'with thoae In hlalio Iii Idaho the teacher must pay 35 cent for a copy of the School Laws, 16 cents for a copy of the State Constitution and 26 cents for a copy of the State Course of Study. Such material Is furnished free in Oregon. aretto Smoker, (2) The Ilium In Us ing Tobacco, 13) The Standing of the Smokers In their classes and In ath letics. State Price 96. For further Information concerning these esaays which are due April 16, write to your county superintendent or Mrs. Bertha E. Buland, 606 Maple St., Portland, Oregon. In the Moorevllle school, Area Moore, Ilasel Dumber and Oleta Dutcher have been neither absent nor tardy during the past nionJi. . NOTE) KIIOM THE ECU AVE Reported by Miss Iredale. Four of my pupils have received one hundred In spelling every day since the Christmas vacation. Their spelling lessons consist not only of the mere spelling of words but of us ing them correctly In sentence. Our big, new dictionary la In great de mand. A week ago last Frday we spent the laat hour of school enjoying what we termed a party. It waa two of the children's birthdays so, we cele brated their birthdays and Lincoln's also The children had often wanted to know what a party waa. We played games, had lunch and made candy. My oldest pupil has left school because of the greet amount of work to be done at home. We were sorry to lose him. He waa doing such good work In school and was beginn ing to use hs English falily well. Jeaua Iauclrloa Is out of school be cause of a foot which waa frosen one night when they became lost while oat on a trip. Secunda Lauclrlca has also been III for the past week. The Alfalfa Height school wis closed for two days during the recent storm. The pupils In this school gave a ?BTJ IntiTi'HiIng program cele brating Washington's and Lincoln's birthday Those on the roll of hon or for II' month of January were Mury anil lleuluh Heeler and Ethel Walker. I The Riverside pupils neither ab sent nor turdy during the past mouth are reported as follews: Blans Orell, Buel Orell. Whodtt Armstrong, Paul Levee, Edgar Allen Poe ami Therou Levee. Mr. Thoruburg, teacher in the McDermitt school, writes that the Oregon school atfil the Nevada school met In the town hall February 22 and gave a Joint program for the pleasure of all of the McDermitt people. Bur bank Day will be observed on the Ore gon side. These schools are but a abort distance apart. Th e State Woman's Christian Temperance Union offers some very good prises for eaaays written on the following subjects: for high school pupils, (1) Alcohol and Efficiency, (2) Alcohol aud Labor, (3) Changes In the Medical Uses of Alcohol and (4) Alcohol and Heredity. State prise $15. For eighth and seventh grade pu pils, (II Alcohol and Athletics, (2) The Effect of Alcohol on the Nervous System, (I) Alcohol and Crime, (4) The Waste in Tobacco Smoke, A year ly loss in money and health. State prize $15. For lower grade pupils, (1) Why employers Have No Place for the Clg- PIO.NEER ITEMS The sixth grade claaa has Just com pleted the study of Evangeline and have written the story. MM Putnam has returned to M'honl after four week'a absence on m of a broken arm. The boys have made their bird honaee and the girls have finished their towel. They will begin work on aprons and caps next week. owing to the severe snow storm we had school closed oue woek aud a day. The pupils were unable to get lo the urhool house. The board of directors, at their meeting, will consider getting water ou the school grouuds. If they are successful the children will set some trees and make (lower beds. They are golqg to start flowers for the win dows tliis week. 22; all In Township 19 South, Range 37 E. W. M., containing 160 acres, together with all water rights and ditches belonging to said place; Taken and levied upon as the prop erty of The said above named defend ants, Allen Gllkey, Angle Oilkey, N. J. Mlnton and O. W. Fletcher, or a much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the said Judgment In favor or Harriet B. Smith, with Interest thereon, together with all costs and disbursements that have or may 'ac crue. Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 22nd. day of February, 1916. BEN J. BROWN, Sheriff, By Rosa A. Soward, Deputy. First publication, February, 94, 1916; last publication March 99, 1616. A wise man ofttlmes changes his mind. The fool haa no mind to change. MONEY TO LOW IMI'ltl 1 III IttMHKH. W. J. I'lVMV, OX TAKIO, OKEOO.N. ltttf Charges for publishing legal ad vertising must be paid when proof of publication ia presented. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S HALE UN IlKIt I l t TIOX By virtu of an Execution and Or der of Sale duly lasued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Malheur County and State or Oregon, dated the 21st. day or February, 1616, In a certain action in the Circuit Court for said County aud Statu, wherein Harriet E. Smith, a Plaintiff, re covered Judgment against Allen Oil key, Angle Oilkey, N. J Mlnton aud O. W. Fletcher, as Defendants, for the sum or Two Thousand Dollars, with iuterest thereon from May 17, 1910, at the rate or 10 per cent per annum, and the sum or Two Hundred Dollars, Attorney rees, and the fur ther sum or Thtrty-nlue and ninety five one hundredths, Dollars, costs; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I will on the 25th. day or March, 1616, at the hour or 1:16 o'clock P. M. or said day, at the msii entrance door or the Court House In Vale, Malheur County, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, or bidders, for cash, the following described real property, to-wlt: The Southwest Quarter of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON. FOR MALHEUR COUNTY. SIMMONS. State Land Board or Oregon, con alatlng or James Wlthycombe, Gov ernor; Ben W. Olcott,' Secretary of Slate; and Thomas B. Kay, State Treasurer, Plaintiff, vs. Cecilia Meidrum and Waller Mel- drum. Defendants. To Cecilia Meidrum. Defendant IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, you are hereby requir ed to appear and anawer the com plaint filed aguinst you in the above entitled suit, on or before the expir ation of the time prescribed In the order of publication, to-wlt: On or before the expiration of six week from trie date of first publlc- tlon of this summons, and If you fall to anawer for want thereof, plain tin will apply to the Court ror tin reller prayed ror In the complaint, to-wlt,: For a decree foreclosing the mort gage on the North t4air or the North Hair or Lot 6 In Section 6, Township 19 South. Range 47 E. W. M . In Mal heur County, Oregon, and for Judg ment against defendanta named In the title hereof, for the principal sum of 9990.00 with Interest thereon at the rate of alx par ceut per annum from May 6, 1919. and ror 943 27 for tax paid, with Intereat at alx per cent from January 17, 1916, and ror 950.00 attorney rees, snd ror costs aud disbursements herein, ami for such other fuller as to the Coaxl may seem Just and equitable This summons Is published pur suant to an order or Hon. Dalton Bigg. Circuit Judge, duly made and entered February 8, 1916. The first publication hereof Is made this 10th day or February, 1916, aud last publication the 93rd day or March. 1916. W H. BROOKE, Attorney ror Plaintiff. 47 east or Willamette Meridian In Oregon, as tin, place or beginning; running thence east 1 1.84 chains to a point; running thence south 91.075 chains to a point; running' thence weat 11.885 chains to a point; run ning thence north 21.076 chains to the place or beginning, containing; 26 acres, together with all water ditches, canals, Hume and water righta, thereto belonging or used In connec tion with watering said land, together with the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenancea thereto belonging or In anywise appertaining, which mortgage was given to secure the sum or 91000, bearing Interest at 10 per cent per annum, and Is recorded on Book O or Mortgagee at page 999 of records of Malheur County, and upon which Indebtedness there la still due and unpaid 91000, together with Intereat thereon from Jan. 27th, 1919, at 10 per cent per annum, 9115.09 paid ror taxes and assess menta with Interest from Nov. tth. 1916. at 10 per cent, and 9100 attor ney' reee and costs of this action. You are further notified that this numinous is served upon you by pub lication under and by virtue or an or der or the Honorable Dalton Biggs, Judge or said Court, which order waa nssde and entered on the 28th day or February, 1916, and directed that this summons be published once each week tor six successive weeks In the Ontario Argus, commencing with the lasue ot March 2nd and ending with the Issue or April 13th. 1916. JOHN R. WHEELER. Residing at Vale, Oregon. SOL S. FELTHAM. Residing at Welaer, Idaho. Attorneys ror Plaintiff. IN TDK CIRCUIT OOUsTlT OF Till 8TATE OF tiKKiiON. Kim MALHKl'R COUNTY. Thomas W. si MMOM Kiiiihrough, Plaintiff, Vs. Benjamin F. Lambert, Edna M. Lam bert, Fred C. Beluhiav and Eldred Wheeler, Defendants. To Fred C. Belohlav and Eldred Wheeler, Defendants IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OHEOON, you are hereby re quired to appear aud anawer the com plaint filed against you In the abow howu IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON. FOR MALHEUR COUNTY. SIMMONS. C. It. Emlaon, Executor ot the Es tate or Mary N. Emlaon, Deceased, Plaintiff, vs. Sanford Fmlson and Eva A. Emlaon. husband and wire; N. J. Mintou and Effle I. Mlnton. buabaod and wire; W. J Turner and Marie Tur ner, husband and wife; J. W QtM and Magle Coi,k, husband ami wife, and D. M. John, unmarried; John R. Kennedy and Jane Dee Kennedy, husbaud and wife. Defendants. To Ban ror (I Eiilsou. Eva A. EmUon, N J Mlnton. Kltle I. Mlnton, W. . J. Turner, Marl Turner, J. W. look, Magle Cook, I). M. John, John R Kennedy and Jane Dee Kennedy Defendants IN THE NAM! OK THE STATE OF OKKiioN, You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against vou ill the above entitled, s nil on Br before the expiration of six weeks fjOflQ the date of the first pu 1. 1 of this summons, and If you fall to so appear, for want thereof, the plain tiff will apply lo the Court for tin' relief prayed for In his complaint on ill In the above entitled Court and cause, to wit: ror Judgment against you ror the principal sum or 93000 -00 and Interest thereon at the rate if 9 per cent per annum from March 16. 1914 and tor the sum or 9400.. 00 attorney's fees and lor his costs ud disbursements, ror a decree fore closing that certain real mortgage or data April 1st, 1910, and given ami Intended to be given ou Lots 1 to 14 ucluslve In Block No 1, of Taylor's addition to the Town of Nyssa, Mal heur County, Oregon, as the same Is by the Revised Map or said entitled action ou or betore the 13th day or April, 1916, the same being the last day or the time prescribed by order of the court directing ser vice of summons In this cause to be made upon you by publication, and lr you fall so to anawer, for waut thereof the plaintiff will take Judg ment against you for the foreclosure of that certain mortgage given by defeudaiits lieujamlu F. Lambert aud Edna M. Lambert, ou July 27th, 1919, to plaintiff, upon -that certain tract or land situated In the County or Malheur, State of Oregon, and own now of record, to secure the payment of the above stated sums; lor an order of sale of the above tie- crlbed and mortgaged premises and for such other aud further relief as to the Court may seem Just and equitable. This summons in published pur suant to an order or the Hon. Dalton Biggs, Judge or the above entitled Circuit Court, dated Feb. 1, 1916. W. B LEES. Attorney ror l'lalutlff. Date of rirst publication Kb. 9, Ulti. Date or last publication Mar. 16, 1916. SAFETY SERVICE "Safety first" was the motto and practice of this bank long before those words became th'e slogan of the largo transportation companies. Service to the public is not a theory, but a daily practice with us. Put your money where safety is the first consideration aud avail yourself of our service. ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK Safety Deposit Boxes Savings Accounts 6bN-r" JK a i k 1 AWFUL SUFFERING. "1 suffered untold agony lth neurulgla. I thought I would go mad with pain. A til. ml si uilns advised m to take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain mils. I did so and th psln (6fti almost at onoe. Then I commenced using Jr. Miles' Nsrvlns and be fore long I was so that I did not have these pains any mors." at J. V lNTKlt. Ml K. l'latle Ave.. Celorado Springs, Colo, Close attention to work, is the cause of much Pain and many Headaches. Obtain relief by taking one or two I DR. MILES' ANTI-PAIN PILLS Then tone up the Nervous System by using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine IF FIRST BOTTLE. OR BOX, FAILS TO HELP VOU, YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNOeO. For Sale 30 good thrifty Shunts. .These can be (inislud to top market in short time. J. J. 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Some good Incubators at Mc Dowell's, tiet them early ami BBS'S early chicks. 6-tf Lost. Large screw water plug from too of auto radiator. Matte please leave It at Ontario Uuruge and get reward. 6-tf. . BessbI Barge :. -.. Znl See us first for anything you need. We might have it. McDowells H 11. 8. 6-tf.