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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FKRRUARY 18, 19tr.
There came to rny place about nine
miles south-west of Weiser about Dec
ember 15th, 1914. One black hone
about 14 years old. Right hind foot
white, star in forehead, little white on
nose, no other marks or brands.
Owner may secure his property by
proving ownership, paying for this not
ice and the animal's keep.
Addreaa: C. Williams, Weiser, Idaho,
postoffice box No. 63. 4-t
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Malheur.
In the Matter of the Estate of Frank
lin H. Lackey, Deceased. Citation:
To James A. Lackey, Andrew M.
Lackey, Amos A. Lackey, John Mur
phy, Frank Murphy, Susan H. Lackey,
John Lackey, Bettie Lackey Cox, Sal
lie Lackey McNee, Charles Lackey,
Grace Lackey, and Andrella Lackey,
being all the heirs of Franklin H.
Lackey, deceased, and to all other per
sons interested in the estate of the said
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
ORBQONl and under and by virtue of
an order of the Honorable George W.
McKnight, Judge of the County Court
of the State of Oregon in and for the
County of Malheur, duly made and en
tered in the matter of the estate of
Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, on the
thirtieth (80) day of December, 1914,
you and eBch of you are hereby cited
and required to appear in this court on
Saturday, the l.'lth day of February,
1916, at the hour of one o'clock P. M.,
of the said day, at the Court House at
Vale, Oregon, to then and ihere show
cause, if any you have, why an order
of said court should not be made, and
entered authorizing and directing A.
M. Lackey, aa the administrator of the
estate of Franklin H. Lackey, de
ceased, to sell at private sale the fol
lowing described real estate belonging
to the said estate, to-wit: Lota 11, 12,
13 and 14, in bQock 289; lota 16, 17, 18,
19 and 20, in block 109; lot 11, IX, Hi,
14, I in block 82 and an undivided one
half interest in and to lota one and two
in block 42, all in the City of Ontario,
County of Malheur and State of Ore
gon. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
Seal of the aaid Court at my office in
Vale, Oregon, this thirteenth day of
(Skai.i January, 1916.
(Signed) John P. Houston,
2-11 County Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of sale duly made
and entered by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the County
of Malheur, on the 16th duy of Junu-
ary, 1916, in the matter of the estate
of Thomas Harned, deceased, the un-
IfOTICI OF PROPOSAL
To Ismn- and Sell fttO.000 Unlrf Rands
of ii ikI in Malheur Count). Oregon,
Issued for the Construction of Per
manent Roads Therein and linitine
STATE OF OREGON.
County of Malheur,
Pursuant to the authority and di
rection conferred upon the county
court of the state of Oregon, in and
for Malheur county, at the November
3rd, 1914, general election (authoriz
ing the issuance of the bonds herein
after mentioned) and an order of the
court made the 5th of February, 1915,
pursuant thereto, authorizing and di
recting the issuance of certain bonds,
Hold bonds Issued for the construc
tion of permanent roads In Malheur
county, Oregon, to an amount aggre
gating the principal sum of $30,000,
comprised of 30 bonds numbered con
secutively from 1 to 30. both numbers
Inclusive, of the denomination of
$1,000 each, dated December 1, A. D.
1914, due and pnyable December 1, A.
D. 1934, hearlnK interest from their
(lute until paid lit the rate of six (6)
per centum per annum, payable semi
annually on the first days of June and
December, respectively, In each year;
both principal thereof and interest
t hereon payable at the Fiscal Agency
of the state of Oregon, In the city and
state of New York. 1. 8. A.
The said bonds arc being issued and
sold for the purpose of raising money
to be used for the construction of per
manent roads In and for the said
county pursuant to a vote of the legal
voters thereof taken at the general
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
(ilVEN, according to law, that sealed
bids for the bonds aforesaid, will be
received at the office of the under
signed clerk of the court in Vale, Ore
gon, until 9 o'clock A. M. of Monday,
the first day of March, A. D. 1915.
Said bonds will be ready for deliv
ery at the time of their sale, namely;
the day, date and hour aforesaid;
TIIKKKFOItK. all tenders, blda or of
fers to purchase must be without con
dition or qualification and be accom
panied by the cash (or Its equivalent)
to the full amount of said bid.
RY ORDER of the county court
made this 5tb day of February. A. D.
(Seal.) GEO. W. MCKNIGHT,
Judge of the county court of the Mate
of Oregon, in and for Malheur
JOHN P. HOUSTON. Clerk.
First Publication February 11. 1915.
i.:i i Publication March 6. 1915.
ROTH'K OF NIIF.KIFF'N SALE l
My vlrtuQ of an execution In fore
closure duly Issued by the clerk of the
circuit court of the county of Malheur,
state of Oregon, duted the third day of
February. 1915, in a certain action In
the circuit court for said county und
state, wherein Robert l'. Hradshaw,
as plaintiff, recovered Judgment
against Rurt Hufrniun and wife Clara
i: Huffman. II. F. Studebaker. C. C.
Regley and John Peters, as defendants,
for the sum of one thousand one bun
dersigned administrator with the willldred sixty-two and 51-100 dollars with
interest thereon from January 4, 1915,
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum;
and for the further sum of one hun
dred dollars, attorney's fees; and for
annexed of the said estate will, on und
after the 20th duy of February, 1915,
at his home neur Westfall, Oregon,
offer for sale and sell ut private sale,
in one pureed, for cash in hand, sub
ject to confirmation by said court,
the following described tract of
real estate owned by said
estate, to-wit: The EH of SEU, and
S' of NE', and NWVi of NEtt of
Section 23, Township 17 South, Range
40 East, W. M., in Malheur County,
Oregon. The first publicution of this
notice is on Junuary 21, 1915, and the
last publication is on February 18,
HENRY A. HYDE,
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of Thomas Harned, de
ceased. Jan. 21-Feb.l8.
S. C. White Leghorn Pullets
and Cockerels. Sired by first
cock, Boise show. Fine stock
for breeders. Prices low. A. A.
Stetler, Payette, Ida. Telephone
the further sum of thirty three dol
lars, coats ;
Therefore notice Is hereby given,
that 1 will on the 15tb duy of Murch,
1915, at the hour of one o'clock in the
afternoon of said day, at the main en
trance door or the court house in Vale,
Malheur county, Oregon, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, or bid
ders, for cash, the following described
real property, to-wit:
The east half of the northeast quar
ter of section 22, in township 15 south
of range 45 eust of Willamette Me
ridian, together with the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenunces
thereunto belonging or in unywise ap
pertaining. Taken and levied upon as the prop
erty of the said above named defend
ants, Hurt Huffman ami wife I Ittltt
Huffman. II. F. StUiiebaker. C. C. Heg-
ley and John Peters, or as much there
of as may be necessary to satisfy the
said judgment in favor of Robert U.
Hradshaw and anainst the said above
named defendants, together with all
costs and disbursements that have or
Dated at Vale. Oregon, this 3rd day
of February. 1915.
REN J. BROWN. Sheriff.
By ROSS A. HOWARD, Deputy.
First publication Feb. 11, 1915.
Last publication March 11, 1915.
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