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THBONTAKIO AEGTJS, ONTABIO, ORONTABIO, OREGON, THUK8DAY, APRIL 27, 1921
Chester Lackoy went to Ironsldo
Monday to attohd tho funeral sor
viccs of his Brandfothor, Mr. Locoy
of that placo.
Mrs. E. D. Dutlor Jr. and daughter
Miss Holon wont to Dolso lnet Tuos
day to attond tho funornl sorviccs
of Mrs. Dutlor's hrothor, Jim Lcn,
of that city.
A crowd of Arcadia folks wont
for a plcnlo down on Snako rlvor
Sunday. Evory ono reports a vory
onjoyablo tlmo. Thoso nttondlng
wore: Mr. nnil Mrs. Charlos Dullnrd
and two daughters Miss Margaret
and Elhol Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dullard.
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Long and llttlo
son, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oris, John
Vandorpool and son, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Mackoy and two children, Miss
Elslo I'oolo and Illrnn Vandlko.
Albort Duller, Jr. -will start sor
oral men to work sotting out 40
acren of prunes on bis ranch this
Thcro has boon a heavy loss of
young pigs In tho community this
spring owing to tho cold weuthor.
Tho Camp riro girls enjoyed a
hlko and camping trip last Friday
and Saturday. They pltchod a tont
down on Bunko Itlver nour thu Durr
ranch Friday night, and nftor
ouppor spent tho ovenlng around tho
camp flro tolling storlos.
Mrs. John Smith bns lioon qtilto
sick and tho girls have boon out
of school several days caring for
their mother and doing tho houso
J. Mackoy Is planting ono hun
drod acres of corn on tho two hun
dred aero Hunt ranch. Tho corn
will bo used for filling tho two largo
silos on tho placo.
Drynn Loopor and family spont
Easter Sunday with Jack Guffco and
family of Nyssa.
Mr. find Mrs. Im Dall spont Raster
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jako
Miss I'oolo Is typing tho last
edition of tho Arcadia Yelpor for
this term, Thu local now Items,
Jokos and adds do crodlt to tho
children In their first nttempt nt
I.ucllo Ulomont who was oporated
on for appendicitis about flvo wooks
ago has Inflamatlon 'In hor sldo and
will bo unabo to llnlsli tho last month
(Hon Davis from near Kyssa was
In this neighborhood on business
Miss Mary Dall had hor foot badly
crushed Sunday. Sho was standing
by a car bolonglng tho John Hitter
kob. IIo unexpectedly atartod tboi
machlno and ono wheol passed over
hor foot. Sho was takon to Ontario
MALHEUR COUNTY REAL ES
TATE TRANSFERS RECORD
ED APIt. IB to Al'It. 22.
U. S. A. to Wm. M. Gregory, lots
2, 3, nnd4, ENWi, lots 2, 3 and
4 EHSWtf , SWHSEH, Sec. 19-10-30.
U. S. A. to Wm. M. Gregory, 8
SEVi, ESWJi, lot's 3 and 4 Soc.
18; Lot 1, Sec. 19-10-39. 11222.
Wm. E. McKamoy ot ux to Susan
A. MoD. Itoo, WV4 nnd SEW and
WNBU, NEViNEU Soc. 30-15-30.
W. II. Doollttlo, Trustee, to
Stephen O. Dralnlff ot at-Lot 28, In
Dlock 3, Klvorsldo Add. to Ontario.
U. S. A. to Ed Oakcs, Lot 2, Soc.
U. 8. A. to Nannlo Duncnn-E
NBH SEH 8SWU Sep. 14-15-30.
U. 8. A. to Nannlo Duncan Oakcs,
Lots '3 nnd 4, Sec. 31-13-30.
U. S. A. to Susan D. Duncan, Lots
2 and 3, Sec. 4-1G-30. 51821.
Mrs. S. D. Duncnn to Nannlo D.
Duncan, WM8BUSBU Sec. 10-14-39.
Nnnnlo Duncnn to Mrs. S. D. Dun
can, SEUSWVi. 8cc. 5j NtfNWVi
Mr. E. a, Toolo and Mrs. E. 0.
McMillan ot Pnyotto woro In Ontario
Will soil or trado a 7 passenger
Studobakor car In good condition,
llvo cord tiros, for good work horses.
Inqulro Argus Office
Mammoth I'okln D.uck oggj $1.60
por sotting of 12. Also Duff Or
plugtou eggs, $1.00 per setting.
Hans Oft, It. F. D. Ontario tf
For Salo or Trado Sixty acres
good land. Henrietta Pnyuo.
FOIl SALE Ono 12 Inch Dyron
Jackson pump, with endless leathor
bolt and about 14 feet ot pi no, In
good running order. Will sell cheap
Ooo. Thiol, New Plymouth, Ida. 4t
Hatching uggs from Iloganlzed
It. I, Itod hens, 50o for xS, $3.00 for
100. 8 miles woat ot town on Val
road. Mrs. D. Koplln. 3t pd
100 acres In Darren Vnlloy near
Crowaly, will sell ot trado for land
E. M. SMITH
4t Ontario, Oregon
FOR SALE Now throo room
houBO, good collar, twenty lots, half
la orchard, garago, auto and chick
ens go with tho placo.
Soc. 8-16-39. 4I1720. $1.
Opal A. 8eaweard ct vlr to Mur
chlson and Hobortson, BEH8WVi
Soc. 315-20-38; 8HNEV4, BNWtt
Soc. 2; NNWW Sec. 1-30-38.
W. August Volgt et ux to Clnronco
M. Zlnk, All Dlock 08, Orcons Add.
to Nyssa. 4G22. $450.
Frank E. Nowblll ot ux to Harry
L. Stout ct ux, SHNEUSEU Sec.
30-19-47. 41022. $1.
Nolllo L. Nowblll ot vlr to Harry
L. Stout ot ux, NEViSE'i Sec. 30-
10-47. 41022. $1.
Martha A. Vogts ot vlr to Harry
L. Stout ot ux, NEUSEU Sod. 30-19-47.
Harry L. Stout nt ux to S. D,
Ooshort. NEUSEU Sen. 30-10-47.
I j. M. Morton ot ux to Mary Mor
ton, South 7 nrcos ot NWUSWtt
NEH Sec. 10-18-47. 81920. $8S0.
O. J. Sliormnn ot ux to Iloslna
Clomont, SHBHSWUmVU Soc.
5-18-47. 32122. $10.
O. O. Wilson to Tho Dank of
Nyssa, a strip ot land 8 Inchos wldo
off tho oast sldo ot Lot 2, Dlock 8,
Nyssa. 324191C. $1.
Eastorn Oregon Land Co. to
School District No. 39-2.20 acres In
Soc. 13-20-40. 422. $500.00.
Molr & Frank Co. -to Malheur
Land Co.. SEViNWH Soo. 23-15-42.
Malheur Land Co. to Ardon A.
Reed. Part of SEUNWU Soo. 23-
15-42. 32822. $1.
U. S. A. to a oo. II. aibson, SV4
8WU. NHSWUi Soc. 22-13-30.
Argus Lund ot ux to Ooo. V.
Nosblt, WHSEU, WHBHBBU
Soc. 5-10-47. 41222. $1,000.
Mnrrlagn License Issued
Nick Evlnch nnd Adna R, Plpor.
Complaints I'llwl In Court
E. D. Potorson vs. Nols Potorson.
1)17)22. Itccovory on Noto $303.60.
Jack Shumwny vs. Rocking R.
Land & Livestock Co. 41723. Ro
covory on Noto. $000.00.
Stato Land Doard vs. P. II, Rro
gan ot als. 41822. Forpclosuro
of mortgage $1,000.
Wm. F. aeorlmrt vs. Mnrgarot A.
Goorhnrt. 41822. Divorce
Dank of Nyssa vs. M. H. Dostlck
41922. Recovoy on Notos $1,275.
Oeo. V. Nosblt vs. Argus Lund et
als. -4 20)22. Foreclosuro ot mort
Struthors & Hondrlx vs. Haryr
Reed. 42122. Recovory ot money.
C. T. LflCY
TO OREGON TWICE
rOR RENT Soctlon of good pasturo
horses $2.00 per month for
short tlmo. If loft for ontlro season
$1.75. Yearlings $1.50. 3 mllos
straight 'VBst of Ontario. No stock
romovod until settled for. C. W.
You want all there is in it
We want you to have
all there is in it
Cyros T. Locy, Hon of Dr. A. It.
T. Locy was born In Mlnornl Point
Wisconsin Septembor 18, 1835.
In 1840 with his fnthor ho crossed
tho plains In an ox team and sottloil
In Oregon City, Oregon; from thoro'
they moved to California In 1849
whoro Dr. Locy established a hos
pital In I860,, but his health falling
thoy returned' to Illinois and from
thoro thoy crossed tho plans ngaln
to Orogon City whoro Dr. I.ocy died
in 1853. Aftor tho death of his
fathor, Mr. Locy realizing tho nood
of an cducatlotl, and fully pro
fessod with tho ambition for tho
samo, constructed a wheelbarrow
nnd with what clothes and books ho
possessed, loaded thorn In nnd start
ed on foot for Pacific University nt.
Forost Urovo, Oregon whoro ho on
tercd college In tho fall of CI and'
complctod a throo year course
Aftor leaving tho University ho
worked for sovornl years on tho rlvor
Co." IIo was marrlod Jnnunry 1,
1800 to Miss Maria Morfltt of Oro
In 1871 with his family ho moved
on a farm near Eldorado, Orogon,
whoro thoy lived for six yearn and
truo to his 1 1 f es principles, his first
thought was for tho spiritual wol
faro of tho pcoplo, accordingly ho
nnd his wlto organized nnd main
tained a Sunday School, which was
tho first Sunday School in Malheur
In 1877 thoy moved to Ironsldo,
tholr present homo whoro thoy hnvo
lived continuously for tho"past 45
yours nnd whoro throughout tlioso
years thoy maintained a Sunday
School. Mr. Locy was n dovout
Christian nnd mombor ot tho Con
grcgntlonal Church and by tho con
slstnncy ot his Ufa mado his clirlst-
Jan Influonco felt far and wldo. To
say that Air. and Mrs. Locy aro
ploncors Is putting It inlldly, for
without tho oxporlouco no ono can
rcnlizo what It means to. go through
mnro than a half century of such
life. Tho first year In tholr now
homo thoy woro visited by n band
ot Indians docorated In war paint
and tonthors, but no damages was
ilono; howovor tho following year
thoy returned nnd woro obliged to
tnko rofugo In n log building, but
fortunatoly tho Indians passod with
out molostlng thorn nnd tho only.
deprodatlons committed woro among
tho freighters along tho road nnd
shoophoardors. When It became
known at hondqunrtors that thoy
woro on tho war path, Gonoral
Howard was sont . out with a
company ot soldlorB nnd rnundod
them up and roturned thorn to tho
When tho county wan dlvldod Mr.
Locy was appointed ono of its first
commissioners and filled tho offlco
faithfully always working for tho
good of tho county and tho best In
terest ot tho pcoplo. Dut his groat-
oat Intoroat was his work for tho
Master In tho spiritual wolfaro ot
tho community. Through his untir
ing effort? ho maintained not only
tho Sunday School, but much ot tho
tlmo preached services when no
mlulstor could bo obtalnod In tho
community whoro ho lived for nearly
n halt century, and In tho absonce
ot n minister Mr. Locy was called
upon to offlclato at tho burying ot
Ills homo was always opon to nil
who camo, or as tho proverbial say
ing Is, "tho latch string always
hung out" and no ono In all tho
years ovor went away without being
sholtorcd and fod.
Nino chlldron wero born to Mr.
and Mrs. Locy, four ot whom aro
living: Mrs, James Lackoy, Miss
Mary Locy, Fred Locy and Ernest
Locy. Dostdcs tho wife and mother,
Mrs. O. T. Locy, who Is now ! her
82ud year, and tho four children,
nlno grandchildren aro left to mourn
tho loss. Mr. Locy had been a
patient sufforor for many months,
and tho ond camo peacefully on
Saturday April 15, 1923, Tho floral
tributes, tho gift ot frlonds and loved
onos was tho most beautiful that
ovor wont out ot tho llttlo valloy, and
spoke as nothing olso could, tho love
and esteem in which ho was held.
Tho tunoral servicos conducted by
Ror. D. D. Reeso woro hold at tho
school houso at Ironsldo, which was
filled to its capacity by frlonds from
far and near who had gatborod to
pay trlbuto ot respect. Tho text
most fitting for the occasion was
taken from II Timothy 4:7-8 "I
have fought a good fight, I havo
finished my course, I havo kept tho
faith: Henceforth there is laid up
on mo a crown ot righteousness
which tho Lord tho righteous Judgo
shall give me at that day: and not
to mo only but Into all them also
that lovo his appearing,"
Ho was laid to rest in tho llttlo
comotory on the brow ot tho hill
ovor looking the valley he loved and
whero ho spent so many useful
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE
COUNTY OF MALHEUR
PAYETTE OREGON" SLOPE IR
RIGATION DISTRICT, n corpora
O. 13. HAROROVE nnd AIMA C.
HARGROVE, husband and wife,
DANK OF DEAVERTON, a cor
poration, nnd ALVA C. HEAD, ns
trtiBtoo for Ella J. Head, W.
Morltt Hoad, also known ns War
ren M. Head, Eva Putnoy, Edith
Hodgo, Mnbol Snckott, Vera M.
Valllor, Elslo Carl, Dcsslo It. Put
noy, bolng all of tho roslduary
legatcos nnd devisees of Julia A.
TV i Dotoddants.
TO: O. C. HAItaROVE, AIMA C.
HARGROVE, ELLA J. HEAD, EVA
PUTNEY, EDITH HODGE, MADEL
SACKETT, VERA M. VALL1ER,
ELSIE CARL nnd DESSIE R. PUT
NEY, of tho abovo named defend
ants. IN THB NAME OF THE 8TATE OF
You nro horoby roqulrcd to appear
nnd nnswor tho complaint filed
J against you In tho nbovo entitled suit
on or beforo tho expiration ot six
ueoks from tho dato ot tho first
publication, ot this summons, and If
fall to answor, for want thoroof,
plaintiff abovo named will apply to
tho court for tho rollot prayed for
In Its complaint on Mo heroin to-wlt;
For an Order nnd Docrco of tho
abovo entitled Court that you nnd
each ot you havo no right, tltlo, In
torost, lien, claim or estate In nnd
to tho West Hnlf. of Southwest
Quarter ot Southwest Quartor of
Section 14, Township 1C South,
Rnngo 47 E. W. M. In Mnlhour
County, Orogon, togethor with all
tonoinonts, hereditaments nnd np
purtonnnccs thcrounto bolonglng or
In nnywlso npportnlnlng, and for nn
order nnd docroo, quieting plaintiff's
tltlo against each and all ot you In
and to sntd promises, nnd for such
othor nnd further rollot as to tho
court may scorn Just and oqulUblo.
This summons Is published pur
suant to an Ordor ot tho Hon. Dnlton
Dlggs Circuit Judgo of Malheur
County, Orogon, duly mado and on
torod on April 19th, 1922.
R. W. 8WAaLER,
Attornoy for Plaintiff
Ronlding at Ontario, Oregon.
Dnto (it First publlcaton, April
Dnto of Last Publication, Juno 8th
Put a Live Man on the Job
Republican Candldnto For
ON MAY 19
O. Hf FITHIAN
A real Republican against a Politician
Jloru Is what Fithlnn's oppon
ent, Ralph E. Williams, has to
say on thoso samo questiens:
Hero Is what Flthlnn has to'
say on questions nffoctlng Oro Ore Oro
eon: AH) FARMERS
"I shall help to obtain for Ore
gon farmers tholr Just sharo
of loans fom tho War Finance
HELP LIVESTOCK MEN
"I shall workfor progressive
legislation of ur farmers and
"I favor Just, prompt and sub
stantial recognition of our war
VOTE FOR A LIVE REPUDLICAN LIKE FITHIAN WHO .WILL
GET SOMETHING FOR OREOON AND HER PEOPLE. HIS OP
PONHNT, WILLIAMS, IIA8 HELD THE JOD OF NATIONAL
COMMITTEEMAN FOR 14 YEARS. CAN YOU MENTION A BIN
OLE SUDSTANTIAL THINa THAT WILLIAMS HAS DONE FOR
OREOON IN ALL THAT TIMET IT IS TIME TO MAKE A
VOTE FOR FITHIAN FITHIAN CLUII
Dy Chas. T. Early, Pronldunt
Robt. a. McNnry, Secretary . . , .
Chns. W. Ehorleln, Treasurer.
"Sco McFnll nnd Sco Hotter"
DR. J. A. M'FAIL
Eyjslght Specialist, Ontario, Ore.
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