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paoi High School Note Dreamland Last Friday the normal tralnln. clam with Mr. Douglass visited rural school at Cslro and Arcsd a The enjoyed a very pleasant day and re port mime very excellent teaching oh serveri In these two schools. o At last the high school annuals have arrived and they were wo-'i waiting for, loo We thins; our el Itor and his Hlaff deserve our con gratulations Their work was wll tone and they have every reason to be proud of It. There was no school Saturday, ex cept for M '' DM Who StUad.Sd a local institute here Assistant Hnp-erlnlend'-nt Carlton pnkf to Hi" teachers during the morn ng and af ternoon. Other speakers were Mr Mr. O'Kallly of O A . who Is look lag nftir the Boys' and Olrls' Club work. Superintendent llrulnnrd of Nysss, Rnperinlendtnt lturlng of Vale and !r Whitney of Ontario County Superintendent Miss Clark presided at hoth Hosalons Much time was given to tho discussion of war work In the kcIiihiIm o Bundii; nlsht at the Raptlst church the baccalaureate sermon was preach ed by !( Dl " " I'' tOt Hi I evening MM in rharge of In W J Weese and was. Indeed, well rn dernd The Junior clase under the direr tlon of Mr Thomas, have charge of all the decorating and usher r gar Ing commencement week Mr. M li Thomas went 10 Val MondMv to take the ennmlnn1 I entrance 'nto the army Tin' lust of the serle of t'lk by Hie mciiitiers of the Kreshii;' I was given Tuesday morning by M i I Wcllal-y She took for her suhjii i the "Wonders of Yellowstone I'srk She sliowed the ! many BMMlfHl picture of I lie scenery and MM BSSM of her own experienced while visit tag the park The talk was alto gether a moat Interesting one Attractions Ontario, ofufoorr Monday, May "TMK CLAIM" Ktllth 8torey. PATH! NKW8. Monday. May 8. I.ASII Of I'OVVKK." Carmel Myers nnrt Kenneth Marian COMEDY. Tiirwlay . May 7. "KINGDOM K l-OVK." Jewel Corni'ii OOMBDT BIO KO.X HU1U Ml. Wednesday, Ma M. "RloilT MMcnon '." Vivian Martin BIIAY MCTOORAPH. ADMINIBTBATORH HALB. Tlmr-Mlay, Min . "MCKIVO HROAIfW.iV. Harry Carey Pa the News. Irlils) and Nnliinlay. May 10 and II. "WILD M VVOOI.V." Douglass Fairbanks. UOKJJDT. mm mi, now. Coal will be harder to get the com ing winter than for the past three pssfl Put 't in now and be sure your family will 1"' MfBl next win ter. hThls will help the man who cannot MM lo S4 I little BOSl 1st If on Spring Canyon. King and Pea cock Rock Springs VAN PETTKV I.IMriKit CO TARD Or TH.vXKH. We wish to eire. our In nrlt- 1; thanks and appreciation for the Bjrrfl patby exprcacd and the acts of klr.l ness inrforn id In friends nnd nell: bora, during Hie IftMM and followin; the death of our h -IomiI husband and father. Arthur Jaiiu'sh MM AUTIint JAQl'IKII AND FAMILY Notlee M hereby given that uxdar and by rlrddTRT an Order of Sale duly made and entered by the Coun ty .-Court of the State of. Oregon for the County of Malheur, on the 20th day of April. 118. In the matter of the estate of James T. Clement, de ceased, the undersigned Administra trix of the said estate, will, on and after the 6th day of May. 1918. at the law office of McCulloch and Wood In Ontario. Oregon, offer for ale and sell at private sale In one narcel for cash In hand, Mlbje, t M confirmation by said Court. IBM fol loelng described trs't of land owned by said MUM to wit: All of the N. W. of N W ' of Sec M, Twp. 18 8. R. 47 E W. M.. situated and lying N. of the OIIm- C clement tract of lain!, less rights of way for an Irrigation ditch, and for the Mal heur Valley Railroad, and contain ing 20 acres after deducting said rlghta of way. and being the 20 acre tract lying Immediately 8outU of the said R H. right of pray, and situated In Malhucr County. Oregen: together with 10 shares of the Capital Stoik of the Owyhee Pitch Co , a Corpora tlon. as a water right for said prem lata. The sold tract Is mortgaged to the State Land Hoard of Oregon for the sum of $1000, and If the pur chaser desires to assume the same. the said tract may be bought subject to Um aald mortgage Purchasers desiring to bid for the said prem ises are requested to submit sealed bids to the aald Admnlstratrlx on or MMMI May Jltli, 181. and the said Administratrix reserves the right o hold said sale open for the purpose of receiving bids for a longer period. The first publication of this notice la on April 25. 1818. and the last pub lication la on May 23. 111$. (U.IVK 0 CLEMENT. Administratrix of the Estate of James T. Clement. !ri eased FOB COl'NTY TREASURER JBbmWbm" TO .THE VOTERS OF MALHEUR COUNTY: I hereby announce my candlesey or the Republican noml natlssWor County Treasurer subject to the will of the voters In the pri mary May 17. 11 '" seeking this consideration for re-election to this position. I pledge myself to the same business-line administration of the office as I hove given during the past two years The record of administra tion during my term Is my platform Respectfully submitted. , 0. MIKLLEH IrWWVWW V VwVWVWV'wwVTWVrVVVWNrWVsSaSaSrfWrWW How Do Your Sacrifices Compare With These? THE American boy who goes to war gives up the position which means so much to (lis future, or the little business which has just begun to show promise of success. He severs home tie; gives up home comforts; leave behind parents, friends, wife or sweetheart. He faces the probability of being obliged to take up life anew when he returns; of losing all the advantages which years of hard work have won for him. He faces the possibility of coming back in capacitated for earning a living, and of being dependent upon his friends or upon charity. I le faces the possibility of never coming home at all. Facing these things, he goes to France to fight for us who remain safely at home and when (lie moment comes for him to go over the top he GOES! What wiU he think, how will ha feat, if we complain because we ax asked to make a few sacri fices for him sacrifices so insig nificant when compared with hie? uv Show him that to invest in Liberty Bonds is not a SACRIFICE but a PRIVILEGE aa ciataon of his sacrifice! And When Yon Buy Buy! TkU Spmcm Pmid Fr suaef Cmntrikmfd By Allen Shoe Company Successor to Newton's ONTARIO, OREGON Ml'MMONH. IN THK CIKCCIT KiruT Of THK STATU OK OltKOON Louis Stuve, Plaintiff. vs. Hamurl W fool. Nellie K. Peel. Oraes Peel. Stuart Peel. Margaret L. Peel. Hertha Peel Partr'dge. 1'iirtrldgc, husband husband of Bertha Peel Partridge, and All Per sona luknown claiming by, through, and under them, or either of them. Oefendants To Sameul W Peel, Nelllf I'n'.I. tlrace Peel. Stuart Peel. Margaret I. Peel, Rerlha Peel Partridge. - Partridge, husband of Hertha Peel Partridge, and All Persons Unknown claiming by. through and under them, or either of them. IN THK NAMK OK THK. STATU OK ORKOON, you. and each of you, are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled Court and cause on or before the eiplrat'on of the time prescribed In the order pub lished, tewlt: On or before the etplratlon of ill weeks from the dale of the first pub lication of this summons and if you fall to answer for want thereof plain tiff w'll apply to the Court for the re lief prayed for In the lomplaint. M wit : Kor a decree adjudging plaluiiil to lie the owner In fee simple of Lot 7 in Section 2, Township 17 Smitli Range 47 K. W M . in Malheur seas ty, Oregon, and decreeing you and earn of you to leave no right title M ilaim therein and enjulnliiK mmi and earli uf you frmu BSSSUB ' ' laliu whatsoever In said premises, ami tot such further relief m It MM Osart may seem just ami equitable, and for plaintiffs coats and disbursement herein Tills suillllicill- 1 lllllillslieil I'll Hiiant to an order ol Hon llalton Biggs, Circuit Judge made and SB tered April 17. 1918. The llrsl ,nl li. all. in hereof is made this lSlli di of April 1918, and the lust publico. Hon herenf Um Mtk duy of Ma IHlo W II IIKOOKK. p J i;i.i..u;hku. Attorneys iui Plainlilf iinlarlo, Oregon KOK HA IK CHKAP. Hood, quiet work horse, 2 light rigs. 1 sat light double haruesa, 1 set light double harnes. l net surrey bjiiif s good piano I hi. ken- Phone 0-w. opp library (i W. Aber naliiy Adi No 14 HH OlTV CI.ICRK. 1 hereby aunoume myself a cam! date for the office of County Clerk ol Malheur County, Oregon subject to the will of the voters of the Heme sratlc party at the primaries May 17 1818. ABTUUS MOOD1 The W. C T V. will meet at the home of Mrs. C. K . af next Tues day afternoon. All mothers having uoyb Int he army are requested to be present to have their pictures taken M us SIMMONS. IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK THK BTATK OF ORROOR FOR HBI'R COUMTT O. L. KlnK. Pl.ilntlff. vs. E. J. Vatii'iiurt and Alice M Vbm Court. Iiusband and wife; Hartlm A. Schilling and John H. Schlllmi:. husband and wife; Alexander Rill .; I II. Preston and 0 A Woodman. Defendants. To E. J. VanCourt. Alice M Van Court. Bertha M Schilling, John I Schilling. Alexander Rills. I H. Preston and 0. A Woodman. Defendant IN THK NAMK OK THK STATE OF ORKC.ON Tea and each of you ara hereby required to nppear and answer the complaint filed again?! you In the nhove entitled cult, on or before the 8th day of June. 101 s. I lie same being IM last day prescribed by the order of the Court directing er vice of stimmotn In aid suit to he made upon you by publicat on. and If you fall so to answer, for w:int there of, the plaintiff will apply lo the Court for the relief prayed for In hit complaint, tewlt: Kor Judgment against you for the principal sum of 14.000 Ot and Inter SKI therein from January II. 1810, St the rate of eight per cent per an num and for the further sum of $.".00 01 attorney's fees and for his rosla and disbursements herein For a decree of the above entitled Court forecloe.ng that certain real mortgage of date Jan. II, 1810 glvnn on (he SW ; of the NK of flection . T 18 8 R 47 K W. M. In Malheur county. Oregon, together with all water rights connected ther wlth, and for an order for the sale of the above-deerlhel and mortgaged propart- to satisfy such aama aa shall be found due nnd owing plaintiff by reason "I said mortgage This summons Is served tipim vhi b publication bv virtue of an order of Hie Hon Dalton lllggs. Jink;. n aald ulme ent lied Court, and dated April I.'.. I St I, d recti ng that this summon be published once a week for six consecutive week- in the On tario Argus, a weekly newspaper pub lished In the (It) of Ontario, said county and state. Klrat publication April is. IMIH Last publication June , W'M I.KKS. Attorney for Plaintiff. Residing at Ontario Oregon SUMMONS. IN TH1 CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 8TATE OF OREGON, KOR THE ..COUNTY OF MALHEUR Ernest R. Mann, "'ilntlff, vs. Stella Mans, Defends) To STELLA MANN, the above named defendant IN THE NAME OF THE BTATE OK ORBOON. You are hereby re quired to appear and answer the complaint filed against you In the above entitled suit on or before the 18th day of April, 1818, the aama being the last day of the time pre scribed by order of the Court direct ing service of summons In mid suit to ba sude upon you by publication, and If you fall ao to answer for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the t iA Court for the relief demand ed a "4d complaint, tewlt: ValMTM of aald Court dlasolv- to? i'M bonds of matrimony now ex If J ; :sm plaintiff and defend v vt grsAtlaf Um plaintiff an ah solqie divorce from you, and award ing the plaintiff the custody of Cteo Mann, Mlnate Maun, and Charles Mann, the minor children of plaintiff and defendant, and for all other re lief demanded in aald complain! You ara further notified Dial this summons is served upon you by pub lication in pursuance of an order of the Hon Daltou Biggs. Judge ot thi Court, which said order was made and entered In said cau-e on the 6th I dav of Mar.li I Alt ...a Ji- ..j I 1 w- .. , mm.i miecieii that this summons be published nniel each week for six consecutive weeks! In the "Ontario Argus " commencing with the issue of March 7, 1818 The Brat publication ot this sum mona la on Msreb T, 1818, and the last publication la os April 18, 1818. Mcculloch a wood, Healdln st Ontario, Oregon. , Attorneys tor Plaintiff A son was recently born to Mr. and Mr William Kercher The vouug soldier Is doing well I When You Want Medicine You Want It Correctly Compounded llit in are i vi. thiugs uecessary in a medical remedy. It must bo the proper medicine for the particulRr ailment it was prescribed for; and it must be properly compounded with indredients that are right. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF COMPOUND INO THAT KIND OF PRESCRIPTIONS 0. G. 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