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ONTaKTO. MALHEUR COTTNTt, OREGON. THURSDAY. .I.WTAIiY 10, 1M&.
:1 , PAOE THREE I IMANO rHlB 8.U.K. For immediate sale we will nell tremondously cheap a new high crude piano etored at Ontario. Liberal terras to a reepoaaible party Qual ity guaranteed. If interested In a propoaltttui or thla kind write TIBR DRIVER MUSH COMPANY. Denver, Colo, at o ee for particular. TR HALH 'lil-'.W LoU 1 to I racrualre la klk. I 5e Ontario towaehlp. Two amall houa- . Make ate beat cash offer. Will consider H caab balance payments C K. DeNKFTE. Raker. Ore tt TUB AR0U8 PHONB 41-J Jl It's Job Printing. You wish We will pleas you. We are ready at all tlmos to quote prices on all yam printing. V. lllilTTIM.IMM Truck Transfer Phone 1 r.T M FOR It I N T 4 furnished hoime gfptBI rOOVJl with two Hcreonc, in, Pi mir OB 4 I tf Call ninl t'.i-i 1 1 n' Viilc, mi, In:; ahop tun teen inn h ni' the Mniiii1 lint i-l We have ne of the host equipped shops in th North West. Itopnlr work guar nted for (he life of the rasing or tabe. Have viiir nld tires made new. Ontario Tire and Itttlilier Co. White Wyandotte Chickens and :,:;: 4'ockrels for sale liniulre a office HUM ! OTICK TO HiVI'lUC TlHts. Sealed proposiils will he i... mil hv the Hoar, i di luparvlaora of tha Mal- heur liralnrtge platrlcl, Malheur conn iireRoii. at I he office of Its See retarv In Ontario, OfthMtl up to 2 p., in or Tticday. the I. Mh day of .1 in n .. i . llll, fin eon:itrurtliiK a sys tllie of llialtlKKe colnplile ami leadv for oper.it Inn near Ontario, Malheur oiinf . i iregon This Improvement requlr - lha ax ' I .III tile ' T i ' .1 i i "' ""' ' i na th. ..in. ..I' Ilia " ii.- It if itMAr I'uiiuiiiKhani. Sp rtUnd m. re be ohtalnvil upon ri Ipt of a ii ni ii Hollura. liiuml oi Supi i -l ins i lit to Panel nnv anil all I onliirln, Oregon. HiIm -'nd .if January, I : I s , - - JOHN I WKAVKII, t'liairman Hoard of Superiors ub Drainage Hlstrht First Publication. January 'I ' 191 tl IOIONN In I!., ' in uit loint oi ii, of Oregon for the Count) of Hall I'akuh.irn. plaintiff, ra khan, defendant .nit: ,,,1 are herebj i iujred bo apjaaar. and answer tho complaint lied aguliit you la Utled suit on or before lh explratiou I. to-Wll on or before tin- axpiraiioa of Mglaad governmeatal eu i i from the data of ih.i llrbt pub-, Ination of this suionion. uiol II "U full ' f tor want thereof, Hie plaintiff will appl to tl..- nmi'l for the relief prayed fur in the oomniaint, to-wit: I'm ibri", .I li., -I,, ili- olrtnj Ho bonds ol atatrlmoajt t:,e pi.iini in and luut, and for the cure and quatody of Coma Takuhara, th, minor tlaiigh tor of plaintlfT ami defendant, for such other relief as to the Court may beem Jual and equitable; thla umrnona la published purauant to a order of the Hon Daltuu BlgK", Judge of the Circuit Court, duly made and entered Deoeigker otli, 1I7 The FUrat I'ubliyWtou hereof' la made tbe tb day oi December, 1917, aud Out Jaat puhJbeOon t nude the 17th day of January. 1918. at, j ;ai.i AiiHKH. W H BltllOKK. Attorney for plauHlff, Ontario, Oregon. FiK 9AI.K Hay cioae iu lu sta. k o diveret Hanford. Pboae 1J9J. cmi War picture here january 24th 'KKraWc In .trim." 'shovt 'inn IUIHc 1 Hcraea and WFIghte, anil Ol 1 gentle Ottna to Be Shown at lirramliinil Charles rt. Olltnour, western repre nent a tire of Pathe'4, was In Ontario today and completed nrrnngements for an exhibition here on January 24th of "France In Arms," that Is said til be one of the greatest war pictures ever Aimed. lienldea the picture, there will be a lecture on the scenes shown by C. E. Llpplncott. "France Iff Arms" Is an official war picture released by the French government and the entire proceeds of the bookings goes to the war re lief fund of the French goeriiiiient , Here are a few in the features An neropliine battle, In which a Qa) mini plane la seen f:illliiK mill Iwlst inp from a TMl holcht after It has '- lilt l Its French id i if) ThafO Is also llll 'tlMI the Tup" . at six o 'clot k In tin- iiinin re ll aCttMl liahtlnic In tlil seeton at a cIom range w fighiing in ii niiii.-ii In another aaatton is shown the Bring ii a ami that tbnwi i ml Inn shell II tulles. It Is tiioiiuic.l on ii i .'lltonil carriage and his I of II feat The picture wan seen by 10.000 pi ople In N'ew York In one week, and I hi Hnlt Lake 7S00 advance seats were before the picture arrived SAVE .IK 'T ATS AND TRADE IT FOR SOAP State onloli jillou llonril Piculdes Menus to Make Siitlnux t omit tftaf) Little Helps i-e KOH llrlping Portland, Or , Jan 9 "Save a lounil of waste tats in your kitchen iitiiI trade It in foi a rake of soap at Mllll HI hill I to On in houei a Ivea by ... i ', .in i tratt r w n lid itn- i . I.M.I. ' i. j. i i hill will, Utu ,ei i I t.ltlon ' ' ni. ; '" " : """" 1 ' ... . . 1 ' ' . ,, kgflculiu aand the ,.,,, 4oiiotatrtlen'a Jlroutor of' ill m tor Oregon The p huslness and all Us angles and parti, iilarly In " " ' from the family kitchen woa threaded rtl o, ,,.t, and when the coafet ,,. .,. m.-r the FFund Adiulnlalr.i- tor as able to aitiioiini that any BOtMOattfa wbo would aave a pound of soap fat can n0 'on.crt It Into I pound of soap hy tha simple formula ur taking it to tha aoraav gi aping'' ll In"'1' ,i,unir In four It) saxllig fata, i arbii ii iimii b gp l,v I he I i, n ,1 Stei initio process of . ,., n ran ' ntaa aoanda ,i giyoarlna In a rj bnndf i , the niaitnfactura of u.iiniiloiis; hy patron. vhoea prodod .,-,1 tiiroiigboiit the whliii , ; .... - '" 'I'"" ."-!-' . -r1(. ,,,t, ,,i soap whicli Vttl IN rog In N' .otiii-'e lor a peinoi ,,i fal w . ,,f rarlOU liraml-. all BUkda " Oregon, the while MBf t" ' ,i,,i the hrown II ounce.-, '! lo- "i" ""' f ,,, I,,,!,, rlinls or other sollda. and , uiken to the retallet in a tin ana ,, , ever) OregM fumlly k ,,, ,lVe . ' "'' ., n,mlt u.iiiiure' turei s elll luaWe a uy where in the stale. ,nij every Mtallet will hgn nil fa htr U(.tt,1H within lha at ll fee from the snap inauufacturera. I hope for Bttlendld result. Irom thU plan." Hoane4iv -vl u sfna- fe mhl ,1 AWe ( Ihf eroOct fata for rusk 'At aii ,lr Ayer "and whetiict Hie saved fata nine profltaiile or not, from a monetary standpoint. I thing la to SAVK TUB FAI'8. II all, ftrigiin aoaaawivea will do to, tbe I asareaate pretention of waie woild I be very aubatantlal and uf real n. portoace ia the teueral cnuwrv; ika scheme " f J ' Pood Talks For Hooverizing OntariansStop Wastefulttiess Department edited by MN and Arts. Ontario ItiRh School. On of the greatest fallings of the American housewife Is her wasteful ness. While most of us are careful to utilise all foods to the fullest ex tent, yet there are many ways la which may be more careful. Lack of proper care In the home after food has been dellveed from the mar. ket Is a source of waste. Carelesa selection of food In the market, un wise' and careless preparation of food for the table by over cooking or under cook lag bur foods Another source of waste Is thru too generous servings The new slogan of the "clean plate" should help 'n a meas ure to correct this bad fault. In the Inlted Stntrs flullctln of Fooil Cugaal ttatk I we find the follow ing etatemeal in najard to food iisie "our first ogfaJaaaajQM may he meiisureil hv the atatcm ( that which contracted to purchase garbage counted far their profits upon the fact tout oer ton of household waata would yield from to 4u poiniiN ni fal oer ami abOV MM that coulil lie used M f.rtillur" CM you Iniairl i" what ..ii enormous waste of food that meat's? Is your n.rhnga, can yield ing tt pounds of fat for every ton" If It is, Ihenlt Is your duty as thrifty ' honnewlvna to correct this h il.lt Are you saving the extra supply of food that Is left over from dinner and utlllxlng It for left-over dishes for lumh or are you throw'ng It Into the garhaoge can? There nro so many: lellghtrul waya of using odd bits of potatoes, moat, bread crumbs.ets. f'ultlvatr a habit If saving your left overs i nd making Ihem Into some new ami ilelli;htful dish Your fail, bull for 10 minutes In uncovered ket lll will iippieclale your I (Torts and tie In oiling suit water Turn upside ' Mr. Hoover will, too. t .niip of lllce and Meat Sc chopped cooked meat. It salt l-4t pepper in onion Juice. It chopped parsley. I eggi l-4c line hi i ni iiiinhs. 4c cooked rice Season the moat, aetata With LEGAL DOCUMENTS FILED onal Bank, v ,i. to lllil '.pin- l.iinili.r Co., lot I, N'BU I 11-41 Jtth i" : ".' Win I I .ailm oi .1 II v, ,, :,plre l.iimher Co , NW, i-i s-- ii u Mi ''"7; 11 tl . I'aao et ux to h'rank R New-I i. in i.i. vtt'i, :;' u n, I'.- v m-. n, ., ' k" nbwbui Pt UJ( t,, n n ,,,,, 31.20-4C: D j ,g,7; ,. or.pon Valley Land Company to .. MpN.aw. NKi. N.m. sv.l. 31. ,, , ,ql. ..koo 00 iVersld Hole to A. K Webb, lot 7 hlk II, Outloek: Dec. 9. lotaj s" "" ' United Stales to John Henry l.aim sv u. o; s,. NW. K', N'W ', ,,i llll John II, i i" 10 V ii.l i -. i I'ffor.t. '. PW'4, hi: NH ' -'.NK',. NW. , ,,ii Olive I I lelll-llt lllllll Of J. T, , i, nie, I ,piTatlve Co . I urn- in NW'.NW ',. II 1-47 1917; 1 ii" Colled tatl - 1" William Qrtfflth, r 17. rederli w K.-nx i v,. IWHNWU. A ', . II 1 to. Her II, 1917: ft l Charles S Smith et u la Hem.- :il.47; Dec 12, 1917; I27r.li no A.l.lie M l.ack.y . C Ir to Cheater T i.a.k.v oU i. Ii On 7-19-47; ,,.,.,,,, 4 .1 ux to John Dun. til. ill K l4 NK. ,i. DM Hi. 1917; 11. 0. N. F. L A. HOLDS FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OrtKiual IU.rU o Pt4H r tire KMara- e.1 lo Office b) laMB AMHM'la4l . KxuM'U Maay li I'lii. Vear. a i'ue Ontario National Farm l-oaa Asocitioa held its Brat anuual meeting Tueeday and re-elected all Lf the old dtrectera aad off loan, with tha exception of Nelaoa Urover. I'll 1 l.eona iRader. , Teacher Oomotitlc Science' t crumbs and beaten egg. and add enough meat stock or boiling wafer to make the mixture pack easily Line a pressed mold or baking pan with I or 3 cups of rice. Pack well and fill with meat. Cover with re mainder of rice, cover tightly and steam or ake about 46 minutes Re move ,from mold. Berve with tomato sauce. Hl.rphcrU' Pie. 2c Chopped cooked meat. Sc mashed potatoea. 2c left over gravy. It salt 1-4 pepper. 1.4 paprika It onion Juice 1 or 2 t butter substitute. It la unnecessary to follow the above proportions. 1'ao available amounts of meat ami potato Krnw. I on to taste Line bottom of hull, toil hnltlvc villi well lie.iten BUbOd potato (eithW hot 01 Itf) live i ,hl ii thick layer of meat and gravy, tin n i layer of potato, until the dish Is full Mil . Hie top crust of aotata Dot with I batter lanetltuta Baka in hoi ot an till polatoes are brown, or If cold potatoes ha thoroly tinted and browned f'rui ihs inararonl or rice may be substituted for potatoes Stutteil onions. 10 medium onions, l-2c chopped ham or nuts. I -i- chopped onion l-?e white aauce 1.2c bread crumbs Halt, pepper Itemove skins from onions and tin down to tool UeuH.ve purl of I ters, or centers tnav he cut out he fore onions are boiled. Fill with chopped meat, onions and whit- nice, bread crptulis and seaMimlngM, which have been well mixed. I'lnce In a ahallow pan sprinkle with bread i runibs and hake In a moderate ove,n till onions are tender Any cohl meal Inn l chopped mny he MlhMilllll'il for the ham LAST WEEK a Venator el ax to Lei ! i i;,i. in ha I :. i f 44; I'. I ( . I u In 'I lint, I i.'.sw,. May 2. I'.M..; ii."" V ndow,! l!,17. M, ... ,,,,.. Antenoa at rlr to lamaaC, Braidoa lot 2. Sec. 17-16. U, Ninember 17, 1917: $:is.oo. A I. Sproule el ux to r. Ibert lluth r Jr . SW'.SK1, . U-19-47; Dec. : i'H 7: a.i;oo no ). trr ,. . ei in to i. n kick.-, and Kliio-r Cecil Smith. BWw 21; 8F.MSK', NW ', 2. IS 42; K'NK'4 II; ;,. I17; Jio.i II II Metletl to K B Mill.li, NF'i NW'.. 1 H tl . N'n 7 !! I 7 till Mary J Ullt John Idward Allison. I IEi, 2 - Dee i en ; III T II Moor, to I i eo II Moon ' s' N ',. 1114.',; H" I. H.H7. 'is 0 Me f.tinbri.U'o, lot I. NK'.NW'. N'H NK1,, 19-1H-4S; Aug 6, 1917. in Hen J llrimii ti 0 Mori IH sv, II n dm ll, HIT; II I i an, el C Kllburn ! I I ludlslll. I,, i , s., i II. 1917; 0 00. i oinplaiiits I lie. I in lie nil I .mil C 11 Z.evely vh I'earl vorce; January 5, 191S Haaalaaat Ufeannm aaaami. ,11.1 Katie CalllKliel : Dae, 11, II md J Harts, h an, I J. -linn H ' January 2. 1917 who In reaaon of tlo I erty wlililn the dlstri. I. of his prop was laellgl- hie for lueiiihi i The uffeera of the ,. -,,,, iai l,ui are conndent that thru the aaaoclatiou aiiny thousands of new inonty will be clrcalated Id thla aectlon.maoy p plication are now pendlua aud every week the aumbei of approved loans iBcreaae The officer of tbo aao la.ti.in are: C. T lankey, president. W. f. Hoatao. aaantary-tfaa tu or ; A Von Readea, Cbarlea Thompson and Hans Oft, director DK. W o HOWK DENTIST Pheaea: 0e 117 Bldg Re 1171 ruaoa NEWTON'S, Inc. SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR THE Ijjr7-" NEW STYLES Arriving Daily We call your attention par ticularly to the new shades in Battleship Grays, Field Mouse, Coco Browns, and TANS, with Khaki tops, featuring military hoels. Newt6hfIti. 'Teat i' u I OREGON CLUB GEHING READY FORMINSTRELo miii -. , . . Kver) i Miiiuu in n- son tluihlllig Hate ol t'lilnlin Mllie Not Vn.inn.O I or el. i .,i i ii.it emanates from tin- WIImhi building Is not the "Harbor ,,,, , ,l)r, . It lh ,. r.j.-,,n flub . gettliiK in triiiuliiK for Hi big llilllitrel iiov. that M to put on lor the h. in, III of the It.il I'roHs Home time e,ul in .l.inu.n HAVE YOU VISITED OUR BIG Removal SALE YET? IF NOT, WHY NOT? Things .trn inov 'ng fine and everyone is pleased. SO ARE WE, and you will be if you come in and get some of the Bur gains we are offering. Make our store your headquarters when in town a good place to pass the time. Even tho you don't buy any thing, we are glad to set you. DON'T FORGET TO REMEMBER THE SAL. CflXLiV 1 MOUK !)AYH McDowell's Exchange Store ONTARIO I C- Ityron Tl plotted "in a ni no- it!n, ut I rill ' winner for I ong mix put ra hi n will ' ' ' . -- HIII.N ll M VST mi si (.i:it We fan Suppl) oiir --l I stMitlll HtltllKIt MHOl M,. plaee whole the Servlrn is the llest, wheru the Uaths aM Hie Neweat. J-;"T' fjfie Suiiphit Bill ,i,.., OREGON PATHEPHONEsX $25to225 Ion couvi'iiirvit I'-uiis, Asl-u JhlCjTMONTH. , 4Ui i