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THE ONTABIO ARGDS-, ONTABIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1922
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IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON
In tho Mattor of the Estate of
A. M. WEBB, Deceased.
Notice Is heroby given that tho
mnderslgned, Rufus Johnson, ad
ministrator of tho Estate of A. M,
Webb, deceased, has filed in the
above entitled Court his final Report
and account as administrator of said
Estate, and that the above entitled
court has sot Monday, tho 14th day
of August, 1922, at the Court room
In tho Court House, at Vale, Mainour
County, Oregon, at tho hour of 11
o'clock A. M. as tho time at which
said Final Report and Account will
be heard; at which time any credi
tors of other persons Interested in
said Estate may appear and file ob
jections thereto, if any they havo.
RUFUS JOHNSON, Adminis
trator of the Estato of A. M.
R. W. Swagler, Attorney for
Date of first publication July 13,
1922. Date of last publication
August 10, 1922.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MALHEUR
Joel Loopor and Bryant Looper,
K. S. D. Fruit Land Company, a
corporation; Albert Bellsle; Hen
ry Belislo;. Mary Ann Belisle;
Albert J. Appell; Julia Klesel;
Wilhelmlne Paulino Shearman;
Mary A. Thompson; Fred W. Kle
sel; Etta Johnson; Minnie Neece;
Ullle Ambrose; Anna Dale;
Charles L. Thompson; Robert A.
Thompson, Jesse E. Thompson;
Mabel Morgan; Charlie Brace
well; Gerald Bracewell; Robert
Bracewell and Vera Bracewell,
To Mary Ann Bellsle, Albert J.
Appell, Etta Johnson, Llllle Am
brose, Mabel Morgan, Charlie Brace-
well, Gerald Bracewell, Robert
Bracewell and Vera Bracewell, boing
nine of the above named Defen
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, You and each of you
are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against
you in the above entitled, suit on. or
before the expiration of six weoks
from the date of the first publica
tion of this summons, the same be
ing tho last day of the time pro
scribed by order of the court direct
ing service of summons in said suit
to be mado upon you by publication;
and, if you fall so to -answer, for
want thereof, the plaintiffs will ap
ply to tho court for the relief de
manded in said complaint, to-wlt:
.- For a decree of said court quiet
ing plaintiffs' title to the following
described tract of land situated In
Malheur County, Oregon, tewit:
"Commencing at a point 1335 feet
West and 30 feet North of the
Southeast corner of Section 7, Twp.
19 South, Range 47 E. W. M and
running thence North 1133.35 feet,
thenco East 265 feet, thence South
1133.35 feet, thence West 265 feet
to point of beginning, and embrac
ing and including therein what has
heretofore been known and de
scribed as Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
of Block 13, and all of Block 14, in
the Village of Arcadia In Malheur
County, Oregon; and adjudging that
you and each of you have no right,
title, estate or Interest In said
lands, and that plaintiffs' title to the
same is good and valid, and for all
other relief demanded In said com
plaint. You are further notified that this
summons is served upon you by pub
lication in pursuance of an order of
the Hon. Dalton Biggs, Judge of tho
above entitled Court, which said
order was made and entered in said
cause on July 13, 1922, and directed
that this summons be published
once each week for six successive
weeks in tho "Ontario Argus". The
date of tho first publication of said
summons is on July 13, 1922, and
the Inst publication is on August 24,
Successful Poultry Club at Moore's
Tho Mooro's Hollow Poultry .club
has a bunch of real live wire mem
bers. They hold their meetings
regularly and are following out the
Instructions as to caro and manage
ment as closely as their conditions
will permit. Doris Benson has 12
fine Anaconas. She secured her
chicks In April and has beon taking
good caro of them all summer. Mar-
guorlte Adams is raising Rhode Js
lands Reds and Is showing an Inter
est In the work which assures sue
cess. The remaining members?
Clair and Leonard Davis, Jack
Adam's and Clifford and Stanley
Fox are raising White Leghorns.
They secured their baby chicks from
Mr. Larson In June. The birds will
probably not bo fully matured -by
Fair tlmo, but each of tho club
members will be able to pick a very
creditable exhibit. Tho club Is
planning to cooperate with the River
dale community on a picnic on Aug
ust 18. Some time in September the
club will hold their local exhibit and
achievement day. A demonstration
pointing out the value and proper
method of culling will be put on by
a team of three members'. Slncq
Mr. Davis, the local leader has been
busy with his harvest, Mrs. Davis
has taken charge of the club.
Brognn PiR Club Spends Afternoon
in Livestock Judging
On Friday afternoon the Brogan
Pig club met at tho homo of Mr.
Smith to Indulge In their favorito
pastime of Judging pigs and dairy
cows. Tho members of . this club
are determined to put out a win
ning Judging team nt tho County
Fair, and from tho way they are
working they will undoubtedly put
up n pretty stiff fight.
WELLS W. WOOD.
Attorney for Plaintiffs. My
residence and postofllco ad
dress Is Ontario, Oregon.
Picnic nt Rlverdnlp August J8th
Club members at Rlverdalo will
cooperate with the Farm Bureau In
holding a plcnlo on Friday, August
18, nt Robert Watson's. Club mem
bers from Jefferson and Moore's
Hollow aro Invited, and from the
plans suggested by Messrs. Green
and Watson, they are going to lose
but on a mighty good tlmo If any
thing keeps them away.
Everybody will assemle at 11 a.
m. and spend the hour before lunch
In getting acquainted. After tho
picnic dinner there will bo plonty
of sports for both .young and old.
There Is a good swlmmng hole nd-
Jolnlng the grove so don't forgot
the bathing suit.
MALIIKUR COUNTY REAL ES
TATE TRANSFERS RECORD
ED JULY 21) TO AUG. 5
Bank of Wolser to United States,
NEUSWU, NSWU, and SESE
Yi Sec. 22-16-46. 71922, ?200.
Lloyd Russell Kinney to Fredoro
Mestagh, ESE. SEMNE'4 Sec.
33; WHSWU, NESW, and S
NW iSoc. 34-16-45. 7E22. $1.
U. S. A. to Chas. W. Parrott, Sr.,
BNEV4, NEViSE Sec. 1-14-39;
Lots 4, G, 6, 7, SEmvy, ESW
Yi., WSE Sec. 6-14-40. 111120.
John Boswoll et ux to Louis Zan-
Inotta, lots 1 and 2, block 27, Eld
rodgos Add. to Vale. 72722. .
Sheriff H. Lee Noo to E. A. Fraser
lots 19 and 20, block 13, Ontario.
Harry C. Edsards et ux to Phil
E. Edwards et al, NWtfNEU. SW
HNEU, SEUNWU, NEUSWV4
Sec. 2-16-43; all See. 35; NEMNW
U, SEV4SWU. WNE, WSE
Yi Sec. 36-15-43; SBSWU Sec.
10-16-43. 8222 $10.00.
U. S. A. to Ch'esley W. Lanman,
NNE4, SEUNE'4 Sec. 34-14-40;
NWU Sec. 15; SWtfSWU Sec. 10-14-38.
Lloyd L. Culbortson to D. K. Rob
ie et ux, SEliNWtt Sec. 32-15-47.
U. S. A. to Ed. Hannon, SW,
WSEU,-NEiSEU Sec. 26; NE
NWU Sec. 35-15-41. 71222.
U. S. A. to Ed. Hannon, SWSW
Yt. Sec. 25; SEHSE14 Sec. 26; SE
NW W NE, NEUNEtf, NE
ViSWU, NWUSEU Sec. 35-15-41.
Pacific Livestock Co., to A. R.
Olson, NNNE4NW Sec. 27-18-41;
NESEU Sec. 12-20-41. 7
622. $10. '
Nellie Jane Harper et vlr to J. G:
Lamberson, 6 acres in Sec. 3-18-47;
n,lso part of block 200'OntarIo.
8122. $400. -
F. R. Spraguo et ux to Wodosta
Lauclrlca, part of lot 2, Soc. 19-41-43,
J. S. Mallett to Harold G. Mallett,
1 acre in Sec. 19-18-40. 8222..
Laura E. Dlnwlddo ot al to Gray
don C. Crawford, S Sec. 9; SE
Sec. 8; SW and SBUNW Sec.
10-30-40. 52222. $10.00.
R. T. Major of ux'to Mario C.
Dooloy, NEUSE Sec. 21-31-41.
MARIUAGK LICENSES ISSUED
George Hart, Jr. and Pauline
J. H. Stonemau and Agnes Mary
S. A. Blnuner vs. C. E. DoVol et
al. 73122. Foreclosure ot mort
Bank ot Jordan Valloy vs. John A.
Oliver. .73122. Recovery on notes,
Bank of Jordan Valloy vs L. R.
Duncan. 8122. Recovery on
Professional Card n
LUCY LEE MILLER
Pupil ofR. R. PIttenger
Will teach In Ontario on
Phono 170 W
DR. G. A. POGUE
Office at residence, one
block west and two -north
of Moore hotel,
IVAN E. OAKES
Irrigation &,Drainage work
Office City Half, Ontario, Ore.
DR. J. O. BARTLETT '
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office In Wilson Bldg.
Over Post Office
DR. R. A. MOO
Splno & Nervo Specialist
Phono 158 Ontario. On
9 to 12 and 2 to E.
Office over First National Bank.
Telephone No. 33 J. Ontario, On
DR. A. R. ROBERTS
Between Ontario Pharmacy and
FOR SALE flvo acres on hill 3-4
mile from High School under ad
vancement Co. ditch with water
right. Flno place- for chickens or
gardon. All good soil. Prlco $600.
Inquire W. H. Doollttlo Trustoo.
FOR SALE RIGHT Two milch
, Cows. Ono frosh In August, one
Jersey-Guernsey. ' Also two brood
Sows, one to farrow about
Sept. 1st, ono not bred. C. W. Gar
rett, 3 miles west of Ontario. 34tf
DR. HARRIET SEARS
Wilson llldg., Over Raders
DR. C. M. TYLER
Office In Wilson Bldg.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Phono 117 for Appointments.
BONDS CALLED FOR PAYMENT
SCHOOL'DISTRIOT NO. 8, OREGON
Notice Is hereby given that the
total romnlning outstanding block
nf an Issue of J4C.000 bonds ot the
above-mentioned school district,
dated -April 1, nineteen hundred
and eleven, duo April 1, nineteen
hundred and thlrty-ono; optional
for redemption on and otter April
1, nineteen hundred and twenty-one
being bonds numbered 1 to 92, in
clusive, In denominations ot $500
each aro called for payment and will
be paid on and after September 1,
nineteen hundred twenty-two at the
County Treasurer's office at Vale,
Oregon, and no interest will be al
lowed after September 1, nineteen
W. L. TURNER.
Clerk, Malheur County, School
District No. 8, Oregon.
First publication July 27, 1922
FOR SALE 62 acres under
Warm Spring Project three miles
west ot Ontario, known as Springer
ranch, $600.00. Write Geo. H.
Foster Co. Baker, Oregon.
May 25 Aug 31 pd.
FOR SALE A Registered Poland
China boar. Also 40 weaned
Pigs. Phone 34 W. 30 6t'
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