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THE ONTARIO AttCHJS, ONTAttIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1 1921
MALHEUR COUNTV REAL ESTATE
A0. 20 'XO AIM. l!7
U. S. A. to Charlog W. llodson,
NV4 Bee. 8-1C-42. Jmio 20, 1910.
U. 8. A. to ClmrloH W. Hodson,
SV& Sec. 8-15-42, Mnr. 20, 1020.
U. 8. A. to Emll llodson W'j
Son. 4-1C-42. Oct. 22, 1010.'
Alvln S. Mobs to Ada N. llnrton
bower, SWtfSWtf Sec. IB: SWM
NEW, WIS SEW, SEViSW'i Sec.
33-23-40. Dec. 1C, 1020. $1.00.
A. Uallautyno et ux to Ada N,
llarteiibower, Lots 1, 2, 7, and 8,
Sec. C-24-40. Nov. 22, 1020. $500.
Ada N, Ilnrtonbowcr ct vlr to W.
A. Riley Lots 1, 2, 7, and 8, Sec.
C-24-40, 'July 10, 1021, 11.000.00.
Ada N. llarteiibower et vlr to V.
A. lUloy, 8WUN13U, W'iSEH.
SH'iHWJ Sec. 33-23-4G; Lots 1, 2,
7, and 8, Hoc. fi-24-40. Juno 21,
Itoss Tonnaut et ux to Ray M.
Sailors N'KSBUNEU Soc- 2D-31-41.
Aug. 18, 1021 $400.00.
Shorlff II. Leo Noo to II. S. Sac
kott, N4NWU, NBUSWU, SE',i
NWK, NWViSWH Soc. 30-17-44.
July E, 1021. $814.03.
K. C. Hamilton et ux to Moses II.
Whlto, NKUNWU Sec. 1C-17-47.
Aug. 18, 1921. $390.00.
U. S. A. to Mabel Judd Kcstor,
NWWSEU 8o. 8-18-4S. Aug. 16
U. S.A. to Chas. A. Coi-IIh.i, SEVi
NWU, NEV18WW NiiSEW, and
NEW Spc- 31-25-41. Juno 10, 1021.
Chai. A. Corliss at ux to S. It.
Corliss, SBNVW. NBtfSWU, N
HSBW, nnd NEK Hoc. 31-2C-41.
Aug. 4, 1921. $2,K00.00..
U. S. A. to Win. II. Hlako, SEU
8WU Soc. 3G-17-41. May 19,1021.
U. 8. A. to Win. II. Woodworth,
Loin 2 & 3 SW'l.NEtf. MVURB
U Sec. 2-18Ul. Fob. 3, 1010.
marrlmie licenses issued
Darld M. Klmo mid Oonn Ornco
Leo. Aug. 23, 1921.
complaints filed in cutcinr
Edna (Jortrudu Ilarkloy vb. Win.
Homer Unrkloy, Aug. 22, '1021. Di
vorce Clifford Jordan vs. Malheur Live
stock ft Land Co., Auk. 22, 1921.
Itocovory of wagos. $l,0Q9i30.
Louis If. Htrlogal vs. Malheur
Llvostoclc k ImiuI Co., Aug, 22,
1921. Itocovory of money. $1 131.
(loorgo M. I.oyo vs. Malheur LUo
stock & Laud Co. Aug. 23, 1921.
Itocovory of wages. $1,009.94.
T. W. Hull vs. Malheur Livestock
& Laud Co., Aug, 23, 1921. Itocov
ory of inonoy. $402,041
West Publishing Co. vs. Robert
U. Lytlo. Aug. 24, 1021. Itocovory
on account. $308,7C.
Willis Pnrkor vs. Mainour Live
stock & I .and Co. Aug. 24, 1921.
Itecovery of wagos, $039.00.
Davidson arocory Co, vs. Mainour
Livestock & Land Co. Aug. 24,
1921 Itocovory on account. $3,
848.91. J. M. McEwou vs. Itobt. E. Law
roi.co ot ux. Aug. 24, 1021, Ito
covory on nolo. $400.90.
Frank Palmer vs. J, A. Ypncoy &
a. H. Harvoy. Aug. 24, 1921. Ito
covory ot inonoy. $1,000.70.
II. E. Spolth vs Carl W. Fegtly,
Auk 25 1021. Itccovory 011 nccount.
Wm, Chester Tomlln vs. hlUnboth
M. Tomlln. Aug. 25, 1021. Dlvorco.
II. E. Young vs Thos. W. Thurs
ton Aug. 20, 1921. Itocovory on
II. E. Young vs J. II. Hansen.
Aug. 20, 1021. Itocovory on Koto.
W. T. Stluo vs. Julian Lnrrnbldo
Co. Aug. 27, 1021. Itecuvory on
CRANBERRY IS ONLY FRUIT
THAT TRAVELS EAST TO WEST
Columbia Ithcr" Crop Canning on
Market .Soon Million Dollars
InveMnl in Rogs Ncui1
Thu cranberry Is tlio only, fruit
grown In tho United States whoso
courso of travel Is from oust to
wost. iteullzlog that this state Is a
fruit-producing stato, men ot broad
vision In tho district at tho mouth
of tho Columbia Itlvor entered tho
cranberry gaino and havo dovolopod
It to Btich 1111 extent thut at tho
present tlma It Is supplying u grout
many ot tho cruuborrles used on
tho Pacific CoaBt, but thoro nro still
borrlcs Bhlppcd In from tho East.
Laud that was considered wasto
has been made productive. Tho to
tal investment In laud and Improve
ments In tbo district amounting to
11 million dollars. .
Tli oho members of tho Oregon
Stato Editorial Association who wore
fortunnto enough to visit tbo cran
berry "bogs In, Clatsop County, Ore
gun, last tall woro astounded at
tho mngnltudo ot thu Industry.
Tho cranborry Industry on tho
Pacific Coast, whllo now nlreudy
occupies a firm placo among tho
horticultural Industries ot tbo
Northwest, llorrics of very flno
iiuullty aro grown lit Oregon and
Washington, in tho district nt tho
mouth nt tho Columbia Itlvor. Hero
Is n groat frost-froo zouo, with
nbundnnt rainfall, having a climate
udmlrably adapted to tho growing
Picking will coiumouco tho second
week In September and will extend
over a period ot tour to six weeks.
Many people aro attractod to this
district by tho fact that thoy can
earn good wagos picking crnnborrles
nnd at tho samo time, enjoy tho
mild woathor ot tho Orcgoji Coast
cllnmto In Soptombor.
To tho rulo that tho Oregon fruit
Is tbo bost grown nnywhoro, tho
cranborry is no exception. It Is n
vory luscious and wolt-fluvorod fruit
which has made a great Impression
wherever Introduced. Thoro is a
projudlco in Home quarters In favor
ot tho oaslorii cruuborry. Tills is
duo moro to habit than rouson.
Thu cranberry grown on tho cast
shores ot tho United Statos is in
deed u wonderful fruit, but tho cran
berry grown on tho Pacific Coast Is
ot oqunlly good quality and roqulros
loss augur when put up. Tho In
dustry Is well organUod nnd tho
fruit Is markotod co-oporntlvoly.
Perries will nppoar 011 tho murkuts
shortly after tho picking soason is
Tho cruuborry associations ot tho
coast aro urglug tho purchase of
cranberrlos by tho housewife early
on account of tho tact that thoro is
a shrinkage In berries as tho soason
progresses, and tbo thrifty houso
wlfo, by making an early purchase
saves Just that much. Cruuborrles
canned early In October last Just
as good on Christmas day as cron
borrlea cookod on Christmas Evo.
PAID LOCAL ADS
Oregon Journal dollvored by car
rier Dally and Sunday. 00o per mo.
Lento order ut Turner's News Stand.
FOR SALE Wurohouso 40x80,
opposlto depot on railway tracks.
Apply II. it. Udlck. .33-11.
WANTED Uoy, 15, wnuts work
In linylug. Will toko part payment
In buy. Phono 94-M. tf.
FOR TRADE- Houso nnd flvo
lota for good Ford Car. Must be
in first class condition. Iuqulro at
tho Second Hand Store. Ontario,
tobacco makes 50
flood cigarettes for
Mrs. A. Stewart Drown desires to
nnuounro that sbo has boon appoint
ed Cosotioro for tbo Splrella Com
pany. For appointments, phono
2 8-J, 38 tt.
LOST Pocket book botween Vale
and Ontario, brown leathor, Finder
please leavo at Argus ottlco. Iden
tification ot property can bo made.
Howard will bo paid. " 37-p.
FOIl KENT or sale tlvo room
house, easy terms, two blocks North
west of Qrado School. W, Korcher.
ICE UOX FOK SALE Is In good
condition. Call 2G-R. C. F. J. p.
FOlt SALE 4 room plastered
houso. P. O. llox 417.
FOlt SALE at a bargain, Lots 11,
12 and 13; block 297; also 15,10
and 17, block 278. Address M, E.
Gannon, Ontario, Oregon. 37-30.
People's Second Hand Storo. E. Par
rlsh. Prop. 20-tf.
FOlt SALE Detroit Wnpor Oil
Stove. Phono 161-J. 32-tf.
STOCK TO PASTURE
After June 1st Price $1.50
per bead yearlings $1,20
Good Pasture, Plenty ot
water. C. II. Trousdale, tt
APPLES, PEACHES, PEARS
TO my old customers 'as
well as those who have
not bought fruit of me before
I wish to say, I have a full
crop of the above varities of
Indications are that the qual
ity will be exceptionally good
this year. If you are inter
ested in getting your home
supplies direct from the
grower, write for our price
A. A. DOUBRAVA
WANTED Mnllord ducks. Phono
tho Angus. 38-tf.
FOIl HENT flood house, cheap.
Inqulro ot Davidson arocory.
WANTED A girl or woman to
help with gonorat houso work. Mrs.
O. O. Luohrs. 2t.
B ! B,
WANTED Sowing at liomo or by
tho day, Mrs. L. Harper tf.
Our September offer makes it easy to
start electric washing in your homo. For
$9 down you may choose either a Thor or
Auto-Matic electric washer.
Tho prices havo been reduced for tho
month, and you may pay tho balance in
easy monthly payments.
ENTER THE CONTEST A FEW DAYS LEFT
Guess how many rubs in an average
wasldng for a family of five
The number of nibs in the average wash
ing has .been determined by actual count
Hero are the prizes offered bost guessei's:
FIRST PRIZEi 9iUi allowed on purchase prlro of
any electric appllanco, to tho person guessing
nearest to tho numbor of rubs.
SECOND PIllEt $25 allowed on purchnso price of
any electric appllanco, nnd
Tlllltl) PHIZEs $10 allowed on purchase prlco of
any electric appllanco.
Contest Closes Sept. 10
I kucsn tho number of rubs in Hie average
washing for flvo people to be
Street or 11. F. D
Idaho Power Co.
FOR HENT Two furnished
houses, ono a tlvo room house,
thoroughly modorn, ' other tlirco
room, both completely furnished.
Call 48-J. Ontario, or Frultland
FOU SALE Remington typowrit
ur, practically now. Inqulro at Ar
FOR RENT Two largo comfort
ablo bedrooms in quiet modorn
homo. Phono 80-M. 37-tf.
When yon come light down
to reason, wiiat is there
THE no::t timo a friend come3
to you (ill excited about some
wonderful tiro bnrgnin ask him
how much value ho ought to get
for each dollar of tire money.
It's astonishing that any cur
owner today should not know all
the tiro service he iu entitled to.
Nor how to check up between
the economy of par quulity on
one hand and big discounts,
surplus stocks, discontinued lines
nnd retreads on tho other.
For two years U. S. Tire
makers havo been telling the
American people all about tires.
They have laid open tho tiro
business from every angle.
They have always
led the fight for better
They have consist-
cntly maintained quality first
standards with certain economy
for the tiro buyer. y
They have established 92'
Factory Branches all over the
country. Perfecting U. S. distri
bution so that you get a fresh,
Jive tire every time you buy a
U. S. Tire.
So when n man once decides
on U. S. Tires he knows what he
is getting in quality service
In support of his own judg
ment he gets the pledged word
and reputation of the largest
and most successful tire concern
in the world.
A sound reason for the fact
-r-fS55 that you see more
u. a. lires on more
cars than ever this
U. S. CHAIN TREAD
On of tho few tlr.a of which
it romy tx said that they deliver
economy year In and year out
and tire after tire.
"Yen tl fmh, hr tin ererll'me
fau bur U & Tin."
United States Tires
United States Rubber Company
HARVEY & RICKER
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