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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1922
A Czedt Book is Your
Have you ever thought you have
, paid the same bill twice, but could
n't prove It? A checking account
will do away with this. Besides this
assurance of safety there is a con
venience of a chocking account and a
little added prestige which reflects
favorably on you.
Ontario National Bank
Oldest bank in Southeastern Oregon
Fill a good oil heater with Pearl
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Sold in cans and in bulk by dealers
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tion order by name Pearl Oil.
John D. Rockefeller
attributes his success to the fact that he
always made the other fellow put his
proposition down in Black and White.
That's what the merchants of this town are doing for you.
Their advertisements speak for themselves in black and white.
And what they put down in black and white they stand
They want your business. Their advertisen)ents are an invi
tation to do business with them.
That's why they advertise, and the wise housekeeper never does
her shopping nowadays until she has read the advertisements
and posted herself on prices.
Is there an easier or better way of saving money?
It only requires a few minutes of your time to scan the
The Boy Scout's motto is "Be Prepared."
That's what every housewife should be when she goes out to
Read the advertisements and you will not alone save many
times the cost of the subscription to this paper, but you will
save many dollars to add to your bank account
Reading advertisements in this paper is profitable reading.
Try it for a month and check up the pennies you will save.
That's another Rockefeller maxim: "Save your pennies and
the dollars will take care of themselves.''
There are hundreds of pennies to be saved by reading the
advertisements in this paper every issue.
the Fuel Bill
MALHEUR COUNTY REAL ES-
STATE TRANSFERS RECORD-
ED NOV. 11 TO NOV. 18
U. S. A. to Esther M. Rogers, SE
U, and lot 4, Sec. 6-24-39, 1019122.
D. E. Dimock ot uk to Pearl E.
FeJtherston, 4G acres In SE Sec.
22-18-45. 11G22. $1.00.
Anna McEndrco to R. S. Ruther
ford, metes and bounds in block
15B, Ontario. 11114122. $1G00.
Sheriff H. Leo Noo to D. E. McKin
ley et al ESWtf , 8WSW, S
NWSWtt, Sec. 1222-46. 111141
Maria M. Maxwell to Herbert
HIckox, SEJ4SE& Sec. 11-21-4G.
Peter Wood et ux to Leo Strode,
NWUSWii, SWNW Sec. 22;
NSE, SNE 1-4 NW 1-4NEH.
NENWU Sec. 21-27-45. 9IGI22.
?150.00. ' '
David II. Burrows et ux tot Thos.
W. Clagett NE'4 Sec. 20-18-47.
Ckas. Altschul ot ux tto Oregon
& Wostorn Col. Co., EE Sec. 9-20-42.
Frank N. Davis et ux to A. W. Ham
ilton, SS NEVi Sec. 6-1G-47.
Malheur Farmers Irrigating Ditch
Co. to WarmspringB Irrig. District
narmers Ditch. 111722. $1.00.
U. S. A. to Flary Lawrence, lot 4,
SWNWtf , NESW Sec. 4: SE
1-4 NE& Sec. 6-27-45. 10922.'
Crystal District Improvement Co.
vs. J. W. Galloway et als,ll1322.
x' uiuuiusuiu ul xjion. $.,f04.4U.
John A. Flock vs. Lillian B.
Flock. 111422. Divorce.
Vera I. Hall vs. Cecil R. Hall.
Notice is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of an order of
sale duly made and entered by the
County Court of Malheur County,
Oregon, on November 17th, 1922,
in the matter of the estate of John
A. Gregory, deceased, the under
signed administrator with the -will
annexed of the said estate, will, on
and after the 23rd day of December,
1922, at his homo in Nyssa, Oregon,
offer for sale, and sell at private
sale, for each in hand, subject to
confirmation by said court, the fol
lowing described tracts of real es
tate owned by said estato, to-wit:
Tho S. E. of S. W.U of Sec. 19,
Twp. 19, S. R. 47 E. W. M in Mal
heur County, Oregon, together with
twenty shares of stock in the Owy
heo Ditch Company, and also a sher
iff's Certificate of Sale to said
premises, issued on December 28,
1920, by tlie Sheriff of Malheur
County, Oregon, to J. A. Gregory.
An undivided one-half interest in
and to all that portion of tho N. W.
Vi of Sec. 2 in Twp. 21 S. R. 4G E.
W. M., lying Southeast of the Owy
hee River where the same crosses
said quarter section, flowing from
the South side In a North-easterly
direction to the East side If said
quarter secttion, said land being a
triangular piece in tho South-east
corner of said quarter section, con
taining about ten acres, more or
less, and situated in Malheur Coun
Tho first publication of this no-
tico is on Nov. 23, 1922, and tho
last publlcatton is on Doc. 21, 1922.
J. H. WOLF, administrator
with will annexed of the estate
of John A. Gregory, deceased.
NEWBERRY RESIGNS SEAT
Says He Would Be "Hampered by Par
tisan Political Persecution."
Washington, D. C. Truman H.
Newberry of Michigan, whoso right
to a place in the senate has been a
subject of long and bitter controversy,
has submitted his resignation with a
request that It become eftectJie im
In a letter to Governor Groesbeck,
made public hero, Mr. Nowberry said
he had been Impelled to retire volun
tarily because ot the defeat of his
republican colleague, Senator Town
send, in tho election of November 7.
Tho turns ot events, ho said, would
make it "futile" for him to attempt
to continue his public services since
he contlpually would be "hampered
by partisan political persecution."
The resignation brings to an end
a fight which already has made po
litical history and which, it appeared,
would be resumed early in the session
of congress which began Monday.
Winston Churchill Defeated.
London. Tho election in Great
Britain with all its surprises, pro
duced nothing which attracted wider
interest and comment than tho defeat
of Winston Spencer Churchill, ex-secretary
for the colonies, at Dundee, by
tho prohibitionist candidate, E. Scrym
gour. In the new parliament Premier
Bonar Law will command a majority
of approximately 80 over all parties
White Case to Be Carried Up.
Topeka, Kan. An agreement with
William Allen White, that tho case
charging him with violation ot pro
visions ot tbo Industrial court act,
in placing a strike sympathy card In
bis office window, shall be carried
Into the supreme court direct, under
an agreed statement ot facts, has
Old Mendel Goea
1922, Wetttrn -Sewiintcr Lolou.)
There was really no reason why Old
Mendel should continue at seventy
tho to push his cart laden with cheap
underwear along the streets or tho
East side. But tho habits of a life
time are difficult to eradicate, and
Mendel had been dolug It for thirty
Ho had coruo over from Poland in
the prime of life, detci mined to make
a fortune and then send for his wife,
Rachel. They had been married ten
years, and, though they had no chil
dren, they had alwajs been hnppy
together, since they first became sweet
hearts as a buy and girl.
Mendel had not prospered at first.
It had taken him two jenrs in a
sweatshop to save up enough money
to acquire a pushcart, and then the
saving up for the steamship fare was
a slow process. At last, however, he
was able to send the money.
A letter came back Inclosing It.
Rachel had died of tjphus about the
time Mendel was bujlug the draft on
tho Wnrsaw bank. .
She had died, fancying that he was
standing beside her bed, and that same
night Mendel had had such a strange
dream of her.
He had dreamed ho was home, but
in a strauge house and holding Rach
el's hand, and she had told Mm that
she could not come over Immediately,
but that she would come soou and
all would be well.
Old Mendel was dazed by the news.
For n week ho did something that no
self-respecting Jew would think of do
ing; he got drunk. Then he was found
in Hester street with his pushcart
Time passed. The neighbors who
had pitied him, began to look askance
at him. "Why doesn't Mendel get
married again?" they asked. They
knew he had a tidy sum put by.
Mendel did not marry again, and
after a while he was accepted as a
confirmed old widower. And ho was
growing old, so that the girls no long
er looked at him. Ills hair whitened,
he let his beaid grow long.
Old Mendel had twelve thousand
dollars, in the bunk. There wa no
teason why he should lime continued
to push his cart. But every day he
was seen In the streets, calling his
wares mechanically. Nobody bought
of Mendel, for all his goods were out
of style. They only said, "There goes
Old Mendel I"
Old Mendel loved tho 'streets, the
swarming children, for whom ho had
a pat on tho head, and sometimes u
penny, lie loved the sights and smells
of the East side. It was his life, it
was the life to which he had meant
to bring Rachel. He often fancied
that she was with him. Sometimes
people would hear him muttering, but
they did not know he was talking to
her. They only said, "Old Mendel's
Tho day Was so bright and warm
Old Mendel sat down on a dootstep,
his pushcart standing In the mad. Tho
policeman, who knew Old Mendel,
looked the other way when he saw
that Old Mendel was sleeping. Grad
unlly the hum of conversation, the roar
of the traffic passed into a dull mono
tone, and Old Mendel dreamed.
It was so vivid a dream that he might
have been living. He saw Rachel
standing before him with outstretched
arras and such a sweet smile on her
face. And It was not Rachel as she
would have been, not even as she had
been when they kissed each other
good-by before he safled, but Rachel
as she was when he first courted her.
And the first thought that camo to
Old Mendel was, "I am too old. Why
hasn't she changed In all these years?"
But Rachel kissed him and said, "It's
been a long waiting for you, my dear,
but I've managed to come at last."
Mendel forgot that It was a dream.
"God bless you, Rachel I" he said. "I'm
going to take such a nice apartment
for you four rooms and a bath. And
I've got twelve, thousand saved up, so
we can buy our furniture outright.
But I dreamed you were dead, and I'vo
been so unhappy."
"There's no such thing as death, my
dear," she answered smilingly. "Hero
I've been walking up and down Hester
street beside you for years, trying to
talk to you, and sometimes you an
swered me, but you were never quite
sure It was I."
Mendel remembered that he had
fallen asleep. "Promise me that thH
Isn't a drenra!" ho pleaded, "Havo
you really come back to mo forever?"
"Forever and ever," answered Rach
el softly, as she drew his head down
to her breast.
Tho policeman, returning on his pa
trol, glanced at Mendel again. "The
old man's having u long sleep," he
thought. Ho crossed the rond and
touched him lightly on the bhouldcr.
"ney, Mendel, wuko up I" ho said.
Time to go homo for supper. Y'
musn't leave your cart standing In
But Mendel didn't wake up or an
Named After Balfour.
Large numbers of Jewish children
born In Palestine during tho last
month have been given the first name
of Balfour, after the British acting
foreign secretary. The earl of Balfour
Is the author of the Zionist declara
tion bearing his name, and Is aluo rred
lied with brlrglng about the approvul
of (he Palestine mandate which re
cures t-stabllsliment of thu Jewish na
By ERNEST LEVINE j
Practice What They
Preach, Live and
Milk 15 quarts for $1.00
Cream 40c per quart.
No old milk delivered,
no coloring or adultera
tions. Mixed herd Tubercu
John E. Seaweard, Prop.
Phone 113 J Ontario, Oregon
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is horoby given that and by
virtue of an oxocutlon in foreclos
ure duly issued by tho Clork of tho
Circuit Court of tho Stato of Ore
gon, for tho County of Mainour,
dated tho Gth day of Novombor,
1922, and directed to mo, upon a de
cree and order of salo rendered in
said Couit on tho Gth ilnv nf Nn.
vember, 1922. wherein tho Harnor!
state uanu, a banking corporation,
as plaintiff nnd Frank Cavlndss and
Mary Cavlnoss and Wesley W. Cavi
ness, as defendants, a Judgment and
decree was rondorod In favor of tho
n. . . - .. - 1
abovo named plaintiff and against
the abovo named dotondant Frank
Cavlnoss for tho sum ot Six Hun
dred ($600.00) Dollars with inter
est from the 9th day of December,
1918, at the rato of eight (8) por
cent per annum ind Seventy-flvo
($75.00) Dollars attorneys foes and
tho further sum of Fifty-two ($52.
00) Dollars cost, which Judgment
and Decree further directod tho
salo of tho following described real
proporty, situated in Malheur Coun
ty, Oregon, to-wit:
West half of tho Southwest Quar
ter (WSW) and tho Southwest
Juartor of tho Southeast Quarter
(SWUSEH) of Section Twonty-two
(22) and tho North half of tho
Northwest Quarter (NNW) and
tho West half of tho Northeast Quar
ter (WNE) and tho Northwest
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
(NWSE) of Section Twonty
sovon (27), all in Township Sixtoon
(l(i), south Range Forty, (40)
East of tho Willamette Meridian,
containing three hundred twenty
(320) acres oi land. .
I will on tho 11th day of Decem
ber, 1922, at the hour of il o'clock
in tho forenoon of said day, at tho
North main entranco door ot the
County Court Ilouso in Vale, Mal
heur County, Oregon, soli at public
miction to tho highest bidder or bid-
dors for cash, nlll right, titlo and in
torost which said abovo named de
fendants had on tho 9th day of De
cember 1915, and now havo in said
real proporty, with tho appurten
ances, to satisfy said Judgmont and
decreo in favor of said plaintiff and
against said dofendant, Frank Cavl
noss, togethor with said attorney's
fees and costs and disbursements,
and Interest and accruing costs up
on said salo.
Dated at Vale, Orogon, this 8th
day of Novombor, 1922.
H. LEE NOE, Sheriff,
By C. W. Glenn, Deputy.
Dato of first publication, Novem
ber 10th, 1922. Dato of last pub
lication, Dccomber 8th, 1922.
Date of salo, Decombor 11th, 1922
at 11 a. m.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior . ...
U. S. Land Office at Vale, Orogon.
Soptomber 20, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that
Charles F. Hager, of Klamath Falls,
Oregon, who, on Decombor 28, 1908,
mado doscrt land entry No. 0240,
for SEVi, Section 13, Township 17
South, Range 46 East, Wlllamotto
Meridian, has filed notice of lnton
tion to mako final Proof, undor tbo
third paiagraph of the act of March
4, 7915, to ostabllsh claim to tho
land abovo described, before Regis
ter and Receivor, U. S. Land Office,
at Vale, Oregon, on tho 23rd day ot
Claimant names as witnesses:
Rosa Ej Hager, of Klamath Falls,
Orogqn. J. " H. McKlnnon, of Pay
eteo, Idaho. Oron Boyer, A, J.
Whiteside, both of Ontario, Oregon.
Thos. Jones, Register.
RED COMFORTS TIED
Tho Episcopal Guild will tlo com
forts on order. Largo slzo tied and
finished 11.25, small size $1.00.
Leavo orders with Mrs. J. D. Bll
FOR SALE Pure bred big typo
Poland China Boar Pigs and Gilts
also sovcral yearling boars and some
yearling sows duo to farrow soon.
A. It. Karr on tho Latttlg ranch 2
mllos north of Snow-Moody pump
ing plant, or 0 miles north of Pay
eteo. 50 4t.
MILK or SEPARATED CREAM for
sale, from testod cows, ' Call B. K.
Ingle ut 6CJ. tt
COW WANTED Stato price. W.
P. Lotterraan, R. V. D. No. 2, On
tario, Oregon. It
E. W. DUNN
Am prepared to handle all ot
your sales. 21 years oxper-
ienco. Satisfaction cuaran-
toed. Tolophono col. 226-W
Tvn Gilts Available for Lease
Will lease on shares In off
spring ton largo type Poland
China Gilts Pure bred, and
brod to registered boar. See
Ben Rose, Ontario R. F. D.
Legal Guarantee GivenW
No ntcd ot Knife no (win continue work.
Ask to see Qle-o-nli Pile Treatment.
IVAN E. OAKES
Irrigation & Drainage work
Office City Hall, Ontario, Ore.
DR. J. O. BARTLETT
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Oftlco in Wilson Bldg,
Over Post Office
DR. R. A. MOON
Splno & Nerve Specialists
Phono 1G8 Ontario, Ore.
9 to 12 and 2 to 5.
Office over First National Bank.
Telephone No. 33 J. Ontario, Ore.
DR. A. R. ROBERTS
Between Ontario Pharmacy and
DR. HARRIET SEARS
Wilson Bldg., Over Radera
DR. C. M. TYLER
Office In Wilson Bldg.
Oftlco Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p.
I'hone 117 for Appointments.
For all kinds of
FOR SALE lo aero tract 1
mile from town, good houso,
garage, farm, machlnory, com-
ploto, $2750. Geo A. E. Ho-
ward, Ontario, Oro., phono 12.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is horoby given that tho
undersigned administrator of tbo
ostato of Josophlno Iroton, de
ceased, has filed in tho County
Court of Malbour County, Orogon,
his final account of his administra
tion upon said estato; and that Sat
urday, tho 16th day of Docombor,
1922, at tho hour of elovon o'clock
A, M. of said day, nt tho court houso
in Vale, Ore., has boon duly fixed by
ordor ot said court as tho tlmo and
placo for hearing said final account.
All persons Interested in said ostato
aro hereby notified to appear at said
hoaring and file their objections in
writing, if any thoro aro, to said
final account and contest the same.
Dotto and datod and first pub
lished this 16th day of November,
WELLS W. WOOD, Administrator
ot tbo ostato of Josophlno Iroton,
FOR SALE At sacrifice prices, 17
lols in City of Ontario. Address
521, 12th Ave. Nampa, Idaho. Mrs.
Prlnzlng. 60 St.
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