The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, May 04, 1922, Image 3

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1TIE ONTARIO ARQOT. ONTARIO, OREGON, IgDliSDAY. MAY 4. 1922
Think of MARSDEN'S
Vhen anything about the house, ranch or auto goes
vreng: We fix all kinds of things. We are the
lA-ll-aiiUJP. LOOK OVer VOUr mirfifln tnnln nnwr
our lawn mowers, and all.
Have the auto overhauled nmv
Marsden's Machine Shop
. $mii&
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Red Crown mixes with air
FORPOWER
"The gasollno of quality" Is 100$
POWER. It is refined to vaporizo thor
oughly. Every atom of It mixes In tho
carburetor with from 12 to 16 times Its
volume- of air for POWER. With "Red
Crown" you get ready starting rapid
accelcratiom-grentcr mileage a con
tinuous stream of power.
Runyourcaron"RcdCrownMandnof7i.
Ing else, and you won't havo to bother
with carburotor adjustments. It is uni
form In quality wherever and when
over you buy It,
Fill at tho Red Crown sign at Service
Stations and garagos and at othor
dealers,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(c.uromi)
It Costs You More
to rot buildings than it
does to let paint save them
tIlKlTK th ryiftfft. f!nranjirt
.1 tbe prieea of lumber and
punt, iaej will wow you how
extravagant it is to allow build
ing to depreciata for lack of
paint
And building do depreciate
rapidly unlaw they are painted
wbaa tkey need to be. Paint
Mvea the , lumbar. It protecU
your iureaUBeoU
To eojay tie Um saving k
pslathig, use t&e beat palat. It
reread bats watjlr um laW wt.
It coven net e ssriace per galfea tbaa
"lwp" palat,
It aarvea fire or aaere yean loagtt
than "AtMf" paJat.
Tba he paint U meat ecepoaalcal
leeauM it U acieatifie ia fonauU aad
preparation. We have been nukki
leat paiata or 73 yean.
They contain the fineat material.
Our white lead, for iotlance. ia PIO
NEER WHITE LEAD. It U nips
purified and ground no fine that it
will paM through a (ilk acrcea with
30,000 aaeahea to the square inch.
So with tlie other material pure
lirueed oil, pure zinc and pure colon
all of the fineit quality, combined
in Fuller's Taint in scientifically exact
proportion witii longtime aUU,
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SUMJMON8
IN TUB CinCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OP OIlEdON, POIl THE
COUNTS OP MALHEUIt
QEOnQE P. nEIH8EN and PIIANK
I. UYAN,
I'lnlntlfTo,
VB.
II. II. TUNNY,
Dofondnnt
TO II. II. TUNNY, Dofendant:
In thf namo of tho Stato of Ore
gon, you nro horobv roaulred to an-
DG&r ntlfl ntlnwnr ftin finmntnltit fllnr1
against you In tho abovo ontltlod
court and causo on or boforo tho
tlrao prescribed In tho ordor of
publication, to-wlt: On or boforo
tho oxplrntlon of six weoka from tho
dato of tho first publication of this
summons, and If you fall to anawor
for want thoroof, plaintiffs will ap
ply to tho court for tho rollot Dray-
od for In eald complaint, to wit!
For a Judgment against tho do
fondant for tho sum of 11800.00
with Intorcst thoroon nt tho rnto of
six por cont per annum from Juno
1st, 1021 and for tho costs and dis
bursements In this action oinoniln.l.
and for an ordor of snlo of the
property which has liorotoforo boon
attachod and which Is described as
follows, to-wlt:
All of tho Northeast Quartor
of tho Northwest quartor of tho
Southwest quartor of Soctlon
IB, Township 18, Itango 47
E. W. M. oxcoptlng that por
tion which lies East of tho
Wilson Ditch; also nil of the
Southonst Quarter of tho North
wost Quartor of tho Southwest
quartor of Soctlon 16, Township
H South, Itnngo 47 E. W. M.,
oxcoptlng that which lies oast
of tho Wilson Ditch, bolng nlno
acres moro or loss according to
government aurroy, and also tho
North half of tho Northwost
Quartor of tho Northwest
quartor of tho Southwost
quartor of Section IB, Town
ship 18 South, Itnngo 47 E. W.
M.
This summons is publlshod pur
suant to an order of tho Honorable
Dalton Illggs, Circuit Judgo, tnndo
and entered on April 20, 1922, and
tho first publication thoroof Js mado
on April 20 1922, nnd tho last pub
lication mado on tho first day of
Juno, 1922.
W. II. BltOOKB
P. J. GALLAGHER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Jlosldlng at Ontario, Oregon.
STORY OF THE FAMOUS
OLD OREGON TRAIL
A Narrative of the Wilson Price Hunt Expedition
in 1811-12 and the "Great Migration" Into .
Oregon Country, in 1852-3
By Walter E. Mcachcn, Pros, of Old Oregon Trail Assoc.
Professional Card
(Contlnuod from last wook.)
NOTICE OP lllUIUXa KINAIi
HICl'OUT
IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE
STATE OP OREOON POR
MALHEUR COUNTY
In tho Matter of tho Estato of
Bylrostor D. Klblor, Doccasod.
Notlco Is boreby Klron that W. H.
Rrooke, Administrator of tho. Estate
or Sylroster D. Klblor, doceasod, has
rondorod and presontod for sattlo
mont and filed In said Court, bis Pi
nal Roport of tbo Administration of
said estato of said Sylroster D. Klb
lor, docoasod, and potltlon for dis
tribution, and that Saturday, May
20, 1922, at olevon o'clock a, m. at
tho County Court room in the Coun
ty Court Houso In tho City of Vale,
Malheur county, Oregon, has boon
duly appolntod by the Judgo of said
Court for tho settlement of said fi
nal report and tho distribution of
tbo proporty of eald estato. at which
time, any persona interested In said
estato may appear and flio excep
tions In writing to said final roport
and contest tho eamo.
W. II. BROOKE,
ADMINISTRATOR of tho Estato
of Sylvestor D. Klblor, docoasod.
First publication April 20, 1922
Last Publication, May 18, 1922.
Mr. Mookor reached Tho Dalles
from whoro tho real start was mado
on March 10, 1000. Hero ho orcct-
od tho first stono monumont, March
15th. Thon ho travolod on his slow
tlrosomo wny through Orogon, Idaho
Wyoming, Nobrnska, orectnir mork-
... .. . . . . "V.
urn on mo way mm on lo Indian
npolls, Indiana, which ho rcachod
January 6, 1007. On March 1st bo
started for Washington, D. C, with
his ox team and aftor n diversity of
oxporlonoo on tho wny, rcachod tho
Whlto House and Interviewed Roobo
velt, then president of tho United
States who was greatly Intorestod In
tho venturo and promlsod his aid In
eocurlng Government recognition of
tho Old Orogon Trail,
Mr. Mookor's big Idea of tho trip
was to mark tho route and to crcato
an lntorost in tho building of n Na
tional highway across tbo continent
in commomoratlon of tho Old Oro
go Trail.
Mr. Mcokor found to his astonish
mont that many of tho places prom
inently Identified with tho early his
tory of tho Oregon Trail know no
thing of It owing to tho oroslons of
tlmo nnd tho Influx of now pooplo
Mr. Mookor mado a second trio
by ox team, starting from Tho Dalles
March 10, 1910, and ending nt Puy
nllup, Wash., August 20, 1912.
Tho outfit of Ezra Mcokor Is now
n pormanont exhibit In tho Stato
Historical llulldlng of tho stato of
Washington, tho taxldormlst's skill
making tho oxen look as natural as
Uro, loaning against thoyoko, and
tho old Pralrlo schooner looking fit
for anothor trip across tho conti
nent. Tho oxen nnd tbo wagon bo
lng under a glass caso 14 by 18 foot.
A word regarding tho pioneer
wo in on Is appropriate at this tlmo.
Mr. Mookor recounts that on tho
west bound trip In 18B2 thoy mot
nlno wngons going banc cast, all
driven by women, tho mon having
dlod of cholorn on tho way west.
Tho pioneer woraou wont Into tho
wilderness, sharing tho samo dan-
gora nnd undergoing tho snmo pri
vations as tbo mon nnd, as tho pop
ulation grow It was thru hor efforts
tbnt churches and school houses
woro orectod and 'tbo cnuso of civil
ization advancod.
Had It not boon for tho alteration
of 1843. It la vory doubtful If Am
erican control ould havo continued
ovor tho Orocon Country nnd to tho
Old Orogon Trail must bo glvon tho
honor of bolng tho plouoor way ovor
which tho futuro cltlzons of this
groat Northwost camo and domin
ated Its futuro.
Tho ploneora of 1843-C7 woro
necessarily bravo and hardy for If
Ihoy had not boon thoy could- not
hnvo faced tho dangers of tho Jour
noy or havo withstood tho rigors of
tho trip,
It WHS a caso Of tho wonk nnrUli.
Ing and tho strong and bravo nr.
viving, Thoro was no such word
as "fall" in tho vocabulary of theso
pooplo and through tho nctlvltlco
and determination of tho progony of
thoso mon and womon tho Groat
American Dcsort has boon mndo to
blossom as tho rose.
Prom tho "History of tho Pur
Trndo of tho Por West", by Hiram
Martin ehlttondon. wo cnthor tho
following.
"As a highway of travol tho Oro
gon Trail Is tho most romarknblo
known to history. Considering tho
fact that It originated with tho
spontaneous uso of travolors; that
no transits had over locotod a foot
of It; that no travol established -Its
grado; that no engineer sought out
tho fords or built any bridges or
surveyed tho mountain passos; that
thoro was no grading to speak of
nor any nttompt at metalling- tho
road, tho gonornl good quality of
this 2000 miles of highway will scorn
most oxtraordlnnry. Rut not so
whon tho prairies bocofto dry nnd
parcbod, tho road flllod with stifl
ing dust, tho stroam bods moro drv
ravines or carrying only an nlknllno
wator which could not bo used: tho
gnmo all gono to moro hospltablo
sections nnd tho summer sun Dour-
Ing down Its heat with torrid In
tensity. It was thon tho Trail bo
camo a highway of desolation,
strofn with nbaudonod proporty, tho
skeletons of horses, mulos nndoxon
nnd alas, too ofton with - freshly
mado craves and hoadboards that
told tho pitiful talo of aufforlng too
groat to bo ondurod. If tho Trail
wns tho scono of romanco, advonturo,
ploasuro and oxcltomont, so It was
marked In every mllo of Its courso
by human misery, tragody and
death."
And so It Is through tragody nnd
death that groat things aro accom
plished, and tho Old Orogon trail
with Its hurrying thousands bo
on mo tho Trail of History, soutlmont
nnd tragedy ovor which an oinnlro
wna reclaimed and saved for Amor-lea.
Its name shold go down In history
song nnd fablo as tho groatest thoro-
faro In history and Its memory bo
mado Imporlslmblo by n grntotul
pooplo.
DR. G. A. POGUE . I
Office at residence, one
block weat and two north
of Moore hotel,
Phone 57W.
IVAN E. OAKES
Consulting Engineer
Irrigation & Drainage work
General Engineering
Office City Hall, Ontario, Ore.
DIJ- J. C. UARTLET
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Offico in Wilson Dldg.
Ovor Post OJflco
ONTARIO, OREOON
DR. R. A. MOON
Chiropractic Physicians
Elcrtro-Tlicrapcutlats
Bplno & Ncrvo Hpccinllsts
Phono 108 Ontario. Ore.
DRS WEESE&FORTNER
OPPICE HOURS!
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
Office over First National Hank.
Tolophono No. 33 J. Ontario, Ore.
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
Dentist
llchvccn Ontario Pharmacy and
Depot.
PHONE S2-IM
DR, HARRIET SEARS
Osteopathic Physician
Wilion llldft., Over Itadcra
Phono 40
DR. O. M. TVLKR
DENTIST
Office In Wilson Dldg.
Offico Hours 9 a. ni. to 4 p.
Phone 117 for Appolntmonta.
m.
SUMMONS
IN THE OIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OP OREOON, FOR THE
COUNTY OP MALHEUR
QEORQE P. REIHSEN nnd PRANK
P. RYAN,.
' . Plaintiffs,
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR
DISTRICT JUDGE
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-eloctlon to the position of
District Judge for tho Ninth' Judicial
District, which includes Mainour.
Harney and Grant Counties, at the
Primaries on May 1, 1922,
Subject to the will of the Demo
crats voters.
DALTON BIGGS
POLITICAI ANNOUNCEMENT
(Paid Advertisement)
I hereby annonnce that I will be
a candidate for tho ReoUbllcan
nomination for Circuit Judge of tho
Ninth Judicial District of Oregon,
embracing Grant, Harney and Mal
heur Counties, at tbo Primary Elec
tion on May 19, 1922.
Ontario, Oregon.
WELLS W. WOOD
WANTED TO PURCHASE SIdo
car for Indian mortorcycle. Inquire
at this office. f.e.
Have 17 lots la Ontario wilt trade
for residence property In or around
Portland, M. A. Nelson, Ontario,
care Carter House. 6t &d
WANTED Plain Sewing. Child
ren's clothes a speciality. Mrs.
Klfi) Sksjwrd, Box 875 Ontario. 3t
vs.
II. H. TUNNY, and ELLA TUNNY,
Husband and Wlfo,
Dofondants
TO II. II. TUNNY, Defendant:
In tho namo of tho Stato of Oro
gon, you aro heroby required to ap
pear and answer tho complaint filed
against you In tho abovo ontltlod
court and cause on or before tho
tlmo prescribed in tho order of
publication, to-wlt: On or beforo
tho expiration of six weoks from tho
dato of tbo first publication of this
summons, and it you all to answer
for want thoroof, plaintiffs will ap
ply to tbo court for tho relief pray
ed for in eald complaint, to wit:
For decree of this court adjudg
ing that the partnership heretofore
existing between tho dofendant H.
II. Tunny, and the abovo named
plaintiffs, be dissolved, and that tho
accounting bo bad, and that tho
plaintiffs have Judgmont against tho
defondanta for any amount due by
reason of said accounting.
And for tho further docreo of this
court awarding to .plaintiffs their
costa and disbursements, and such
other and furtbor relief as to the
court may seem met and equitable.
This summons is nubllshed our-
auant to an order of the Honorable
Dalton Dices. Circuit JudKO. mado
and entered on April 20. 1922. and
tbo first publication thoroof is mado
on April 20 1922, and the last pub
lication mado on the first day of
Juno, 1922.
W. II. BROOKE
P. J. OALLAGHER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Residing at Ontario Oregon.
SUMMONS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OP OREGON, POR THE
COUNTY OP MALHEUR
PAYETTE OREOON SLOPE III
. RIOATION DISTRICT, a corpora
tion, Plaintiff
va.
O. C. HARQROVE and AIMA C.
HAROROVE, husband nnd wlfo,
BANK OP BEAVERTON, a cor
poration, and ALVA C. HEAD, as
trustoo for Ella J, Head, W.
Morltt Head, also known as War-
ron M, Head, Eva Putney, Edith
I Hodgo, Mabel Sackott, Vera M.I
Valltor, Elsie Carl, Bosslo R. Put
ney, being all of tho residuary
legatoes and devisees of Julia A.
Nowman, docoasod,
Defendants,
TO: O. O. HARGROVE, AIMA C.
HAROROVE, ELLA J. HEAD, EVA
PUTNEY, EDITH HODOE, MABEL
SACKBTT, VERA M. VALLIER,
ELSIE CARL and BESSIE R. PUT
NEY, of tho abovo named defend
ants. IN THE NAME OP THE STATE OP
OREOON: t
You aro heroby roqulrod to appear
and answer tho complaint filed
against you in the abovo entitled suit
on or .boforo tho expiration of six
weeks from tho dato of tho first
publication of this summons, and it
'fall to answer, for want thereof,
plaintiff above named will apply to
tbo court for tbo relief prayed for
in Its complaint on fllo heroin to-wlt;
For an Ordor and Decroo of tho
above entitled Court that you and
each of you have no right, title, in
terest, lien, claim or estato In and
to the West Halt of Southwost
Quarter of Southwest Quarter of
Section 14, Township 16 South,
Range 47 E. W. M. In Malheur
County, Oregon, together with all
tonoments, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or
A. A. WELLINGTON
Transfer 4
and
Storage 4
Office at Big 4 Billiard Hall
mono no, 79-J 4
FOR PLUMBING CALL
L. M. SEAWARD
Phone 188J Ontario. Or.
JOHN GOODMAN
Buys
Hides, Wool &
Sheep Pelts
California Avenue between
Catholic Church & Hospital
ONTARIO OREGON
Ni ii
uu hale Rhode Island Red
Cockerols, nono better, I1.B0 each.
Booking ordora for hatching eggs at
31.00 a setting of IB. Also wheat and
clovor Boed for salo.
JOHN Mni.PWl An
Two Jnlloa straight west of town.
Loavo ordora at Ontario Meat and
Grocery Co. at pd
WANTED Stock to pasturo. Call
P. A. Ratcllff, phono 203M, Ontario.
In anywlso appertaining, and for an
ordor and docroo qulotlng plaintiff's
tltlo against each and all of von in
and to said promlsos, and for such
otnor and further rollef as to tho
court may sootn Just and oquitable.
inis summons Is published riur.
suant to an Ordor of th6 Hon. Dalton
UlggS Circuit Judco of Mnlhonr
County, Orogon, duly made and en
tered on April 19th, 1922.
R. W. SWAGLER.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Residing at Ontario, Oregon.'
Dato of First publlcaton, April
27th, 1922.
Dato of Last Publication. Juno 8th
1922.
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