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THE ONTARIO AUG US, UNTABIO, QltEGUJ, 'JilUHSDAy, FEBRUARY 17, 1921.
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NOTICE OI' HHEItll'K'H SAM! IN
IS'? If vM W$y i P& w Ml ' J!f
-$ it . M'-JLaHRKl ii kt
My Virtue of nn Execution In Fore
closure duly Issued by tho Clork of
tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Orogon, for tho County of Mainour,
dated tho Oth, day of Fobrtmrj,
1921, In a certain suit In tho said
Circuit Court for said Stato and
County, whoroln It. W. Bwngli-r, nH
administrator of tho Estate of
Thomas Crothors, Deceased, nn
1'lalntlff, recovered Judgment
against John McQlvorn nnd Nancy
McOlvcrn, iib Defendants, In tho sum
of Eight Hundred Ninety & No-100,
($890.00) Dollars, with Interest
thorcon from snld Cth, dny of Jnn
uary, 1017, at tho rato of nine per
cont per annum, nnd tho furthor
sum of Ono Hundred Forty & No
100, ($140.00) Dollars attorney's
foes, and tho furthor sum of Seven
toon & 20-100 ($17.20) Dollars
costs, nnd tho furthor sum of Five
Hundred & No-100 ($500.00) Dol
lara, with lutorost thorcon at the
rato of nlno por cont por annum
from tho 23rd, day of Janunry, 1917.
and tho furthor sum of Ono Hundred
NI;ioty-olght & 61-100 ($198. Gl)
Dollara, with Intorcst thereon at the
rato of six por cont por annum from
tho 4th, day of January, 1920 fo
tnxes paid, which Judgment wos on
rollod nnd docketed In tho Clerk'i
offlco of said Court tn said Count;
on tho 7th, day of robruary 1921.
THEREFORE NOTICE IB HERE
BY OIVEN, That I will on tho 12th
day of March 1921, at tho hour or
2 o'clock In tho aftornoon of slid
day, at tho north main entrnnco
door of tho Court Houso at Vale,
In said County and Stnto, sell nt
public auction to tho highest and
best bidder or bidders for cash, the
following described rent property,
AH of Dlock Two Hundred Forty
ono (241) In tho CHy of Ontario,
Mainour County, Oregon, according
to tho official plats and inn is of snld
city on fllo nnd of rbcord In tho
offlco of tho County Clork or Mai
nour County, Oregon togothcr with
tho tonomonts, hereditaments nnd
nppurtonnnccs thereunto belonging
or in nnywlso appertaining.
Tho nbovo real property with the
tonomonts, hereditaments nnd np
purtonnnccs thorounto belonging or
In any wise Appertaining tnkon nnd
levied upon n tho property of tho
said dofeiidntits, John McUIvorn nnd
Nancy McQlvorn, by vlrtuo of n
mortgngo given thorcon by tho nbovo
named defendants, or bo much there
of as may bo nocossary to satisfy
snld Judgmont In favor of It. W.
Swaglor, as administrator of tho Es
tato of Thomas Crothors, Dcceasod,
togothor with nil costs nnd disburse
nionts that hnvo or mny nccruo.
Datod nt Vnlo, Orogon, this 9th,
dny of Fobrunry, 1921.
II. LEE NOE, Shorlff.
Ily C. W. Olonn. Deputy
.n. i. i nli """-'""" " Saltl bonds to bonr Intorcst at 0
Datoof lasi publication March 10th, JWg V.TrS'dSf'S-D'l'.'S.
ntft'nf .! M.h iah. imi. t bor and March, principal and Inter.
,,7 m 0 pnyabio n unltod States Gold
"' , Coin nt tho offlco of tho 8ocrotnry of
said District at Nyssn, Mnlhour
HUMMON8 County, Oregon, or nt tho Flscnl
In Tho Circuit Court of tlio Htoto of Agency of tho Stato of Oregon In
OroKim for tho County of Malheur Now York City, at tho option of tho
CORNELIUS UYAN, l'lalntlff. holder.
vs. Snld bids must bo nccompanlod
Mnry Jnno Jnnoy. II. N. Mncomb,1 by n corilflod chock for ton per cont
Dossn Macomb, uoorgo w. Wanton, "; oi snm mu, onmu to no tor
In Tho fit cult Court of tlio Htulo of
Oiogon for the Count) of Mnllu'iir
John A. Flock, l'lalntlff
May E. Flock, Defendant
To May E. Flock, tho nbovo nnm
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
You nro beroby required to np
penr nnd nuswor tho complaint filed
against you In tho nbovo entitled
suit on or beforo tho oxplrntlon of
six weeks from tho dnto of tho first
publication of thlR summons, tin
Bfimo being tho last day of tho time
prescribed by order of tho court
directing sorvlco of summons In said
Butt to bo mado upon you by publi
cation; and If you fall so to answer,
for want thorcof, tho plaintiff will
npply to tho court for tho rollof do
mnndod In tho snld complaint, lo
wlt: For n docrco of said court ills
solving tho bonds of matrimony now
oxlstlng botweon plaintiff nnd dofen-
dent, nn ii grnnting tno plaintiff nn
nbsoluto divorco from you, nnd for
nil other relict demnnded In tho said
You aro further notlf'cd that title
nummons Is served upon you bv pub
Mention In pursunnco of nn order of
tho Hon Dnlton Dlggs, Judgo of
said Court, which order was tnndr
and onterod in said cntino on Fobru
nry 2, 1921, nnd directed that this
summons bo published once ench
wcok for six successive wookn In tho
"Ontario Argus". That dnto of the
first publication of th's summons Is
Fobrunry 3, 1921, nnd tlin Inst pub
lication Is on Mnrch 17, 1921
W. W. WOOD. '
Attorney for the l'lalntlff.
My rcsldenco nud pout offlco ad
dress Is nt Ontnrlo, Oregon.
Sonlod proposals will bo rccolved
by tho Uoard of Supervisors of King
tnnn Colony Drntiiago District nt
tholr offlco at Nyssa, Mnlhour Coun
ty, Oregon, until tho hour of 2
o'clock I. M. on Wednesday tho
23rd day of Fobrunry, 1921, and Im
modlatoly thereafter publicly opened,
for tho purchnso of bonds of snld
District in tho sum of Soron Thous
and ($7,000.) Dollars, datod March
l, 192J In donomlnui ons of $500.
each, and maturing as follows, to-wlt:
Maturity Number Amount
March 1, 1920 101 $C0O.
Mnrch 1, 1927 102 GOO.
Mnrch 1, 1928 103 GOO.
Mnrch 1, 1929 194 GOO.
March 1, 1930 10G GOO.
March 1, 1031 100 S00.
Mnrch 1, 1032 107 GOO.
Mnrch 1, 1033 108 GOO
Mnrch 1, 1934 109 GOO
Mnrch 1, 193G 110 GOO.
Mnrch 1, 1030 111 GOO.
Mnrch 1, 1037 112 500.
Mnrch 1, 1938 113 GOO
Mnrch 1, 1039 114 GOO.
Jr., Ellon LH Ulanton; nlso all othor
porsons or partlos unknown claim
lug nny right, tltlo, ottato, lion or in
torost in tho roal cstnto described In
tho complaint heroin;
To Mary Jano Jnnoy, II. N. Ma
comb, Dcssa Mncomb, Ooorgo W
Ulanton, Jr., Ellon L. Ulanton, and
nlso all othor porsons or partlos un
known claiming nny right, tltlo, oh
tato, lion or Intorost in tho roal os
tuto described In tho complaint horo-
IN THE NAME. OF THE STATE
You and onch of you aro horoby
required to appear nnd answer tho
complaint filed ugnlnst you In the
abovo ontltlod suit on or before tho
oxplrntlon of six weeku from tho
dato of tho first publication of this
summons, tho same being tho last
day of tho tlmo proscribed by ordor
of tho court directing sorvlco of
summons In said cnuso to be mado
upon you by publication; and If you
fall so to answor, for want thereof,
tho plaintiff will apply to the court
for tho rollof domandod in said com
For a decroo of suld court quiet
ing plaintiff's tltlo to Lots Number
oil 14, 15 and 16 In lilock 44 In
tho City of Ontario, Mainour County.
Orogon, nnd ndjudg ng that you nnd
each of you hao ho right, tltlo,
Hen, ostdto or intorext In said real
estato, and that plaintiff's tltlo to
the samo la good and valid as
ngatubt ou, and for all other rollof
domanded in said complaint
You nro further notified that this
summons is served upon you by pub
lication In pursuance of nn order of
the Hon Dalton niggs, Judgo of this
Court, which said ordor was made
and entered In said cause on Fobru
ary 2nd, 1921, and directed that
this summons be published once
each week for six successive weeks
In tho "Ontario Argus." The first
publication of this summons is oh
Feb. 3, 1921, and the last publica
tion Is on March 17, 1921.
W. W. WOOD,
Attorney for Plaintiff
My resldenco and post offlco ad
dress is at Ontario, Orogon.
NOTICE TO rilEDITOnS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
executrix of tho estato of Nathaniel
C. Long, deceased, by ordor of the
County Court of Malheur County,
Oregon. All persons having claims
against tho said ratato are hereby
notified to presont them, duly veri
fied as by law required, to tho un
dersigned executrix at tho law office
of W. W. Wood In Ontario, Orogon.
within six "months from the date of
the first publication of this notice.
Done and dated and first publish
ed this 20th day of January, 1921.
ELIZABETH THERESA LONO.
Executrix of tho estate of
Nathaniel C. Long, deceased.
First publication, Jan. 20, 1921.
Laat publication, Feb. 17, 1921.
foltod to tho District as liquidated
damages In tho ovont that tho sue
cossful blddor falls to tako up nnd
pay for said bonds within ten dns
nflor tho award.
Snld bids must bo unconditional as
to legality, and the District will fur
nish tho successful blddor with the
approving logal opinion of Messrs
Tonl, Minor and Wlnfroo, of Port
Tho Hoard rcsorvos tho right to re
ject nny or nil bids.
Ily ordor of tho Uoard of Super
visors of tho Kingman Colony Drain
FnANK D. HALL,
First publication, Jan. 20, 1921,
Last publication, Feb. 17, 1921.
NOTICE 1X)H I'UIH.IOATION
IHmrliiifiit of tho lutorlor
U. S. Und Offlco nt Vnlo, Orogon,
February 4. 1921.
NOTICE Is horoby glvon that Clay-
ioii urvuie uouKinu. or I'avetto. Ida
ho, who, on March 31st, 1916, mado
Homestead Entry 04313 for SWU
NE',S. NH8EU, 8ocl9,WWSWU.
SEW SWU, Soc. 20. NV4NWM, Soc
29, T. 16, S., It 46, E nnd who
on Jan 20, 1920, mado Add'l. Hd.
Entry. No. 06441, for 8NEVt,
NEU8EU, Sec. 24 T. 16, 8., It.
4G E Lot 2 and SEUSWU, Soctlou
19, Township 16 South, Kongo 46
East, Wlllamotto Meridian, has filed
notlco of (Mention to mako Final
Three Year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo doscrlbod. beforo
Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land
Office, at Vale, Oregon, on the 10th
day of March, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Dryson Itico, of Payette, Idaho,
Qeorgo Harper, of Ontario, Oregon,
Hartloy Soreson, Henry Crow, both
of Welser, Idaho.
o. THOS. JONES ItoglBter.
17 Passenger 3:47 A. M. Dally
6:26 P.M. Dally
4:30 P.M. Dally
9:33 A.M. Daily
No. 18 Passenger 1:10 A. M. Dally
No. 86 Passenger
(Pony) 7i6d A.M. Dally
4 Passenger 9;33 A. M. Dally
6 Mail 2:20 P.M. Daily
34 Passenger 4:30 P. M. Dally
Oregon J Eastern liranch
371 Mixed Vale-Crane Departs
10:00 A. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
373 Mixed Valo-Drogan Departs
12:30 P. M. Daily Ex. Sunday
No. 198 Passonger Vale Departs
10:30 A.M. Sunday Only
No. 372 Mixed from Prane Arrlva
2:50 P. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
Ne. 374 Mixed from Ilrogan Arrivo
4:60 P. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
No. 194 Passenger from Vale ,
(:05 P.M. Sunday Only '
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