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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 7 1922
Eyesight Specialist, Ontario, Ore.
M tobacco flgjj;
Directory of Ontario's Business Firms
, . ,.., r HOME MADE CANDIES "f1?3" .
DR. J. A. MCFALL phut in ncrTPrmTo Dependable Merchandise
1 uul AND DhLICIOUS ..Not tne Ch8apeat( Bt the Bet"
Eyesight Specialist Take a box homo for Sunday
Eye Ulasses and Spectacles BQV nQN CANDV snop
S. Ii. Tompkins, Prop Signs
" ' BYRON TURNER
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK REUU,EN & RVAN ''--.' ' ,
- Th Oldest Bank In Malheur The Homi ot Gd Ets and - "
Gounty "Service that Servos" . LowPr,cfB,.
Capital and Surplus 1100.000. Phonos 3 and 131 .
' BLACKABT JEWELRY STORE
. . , PURITY BAKERY "Gifts that Last"
r HOTEL WILSON
Ernest Barcus, Prop.
.The "Homey" Hotel of Malheur All Kinds of Breads, Cakes ONTARIO PHARMACY
County. Good Meal. iOc and Pastry O. M. Ca.tleman. Prop.
r : 2 Proscription Specialist Victor
r PhonograpbB Rexall Remedies
?' WELLS DAIRY Eastman Kodaks
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO.
t Phono 34 W2 H R. umoK
Farm Operating Equipment Service day and night. Tuber- Plumbing and Heating
jMcConulck. Deerlng and P. & O. cu,af cowg CJean Eoinest!c Water System.
1 tar equipment. '
"I TAGGART HARDWARE CO,
7 Malheur County's Largest
i THE INDEPENDENT MARKET Hardware Store
f Phonos 6 and 135 " NOvIlTY SHOP '
lit Its Good To EatWe Have It "UVKL" H"01 J. O. McCREIGHT HARDWARE
JIf It's Farm Produce We Buy It Palymro Waist. Women's Dresses
And Sport Clothe. Satisfaction Guaranteed
and See Better"
Lioobtt & Myers Tobacco Co.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notlco Is horoby given that and by
virtue ot an execution in foreclos
ure duly Issued by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ot tho Stato of Ore
gon, for tho County ot Malheur,
dated the Cth day of November,
1922, and directed to mo, upon a de
cree and ordor of salo rendered in
said Court on tho 6th day of No
vember, 1922, wherein the Harper
State Bank, a banking corporation,
as plaintiff and Frank Cavlness and
Mary Cavlness and Wesley W. Cavl
ness, as defendants, a Judgment and
decreo was rendered In favor of the
abovo naniod plaintiff and against
the above named defendant Frank
Cavlness for the sum of Six Hun
dred (?G00.00) Dollars with inter
est from the 9th day of December,
1918, at the rate of eight (8) per
cent per annum and Seventy-five
(575.00) Dollars attorneys fees and
the further sum of Fifty-two ($52.
00) Dollars cost, which judgment
anil Decree further directed the
salo of the following described real
property, situated in Malheur Coun
ty, Oregon, to-wit:
West half of tho Southwest Quar
ter (VSU) and tho Southwest
Juarter of, the Southeast Quarter
(SWSBi) of Section Twenty-two
(22) and the North half of the
Northwest Quarter (NNWi) and
tho West half of the Northoast Quar
ter (WNEii) and tho Northwest
Quarter of tho Southeast Quarter
(NWiSE) of Section Twenty
seven (27), all in Township Sixteen
(10), South llauge Forty (40)
East of the Willamette Meridian,
containing three hundred twenty
(320) acres of land.
I will on tho 11th day of Decem
ber, 1922, at the hour of 11 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day, at the
North main ontrance door of tho
County Court House in Vale, Mal
heur County, Oregon, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder or bid
ders for cash, alll right, title and in
terest which said above named de
I fondants had on the 9th day of De
cember 1915, and now have in said
real property, with the appurten
ances, to satisfy said judgment and
decreo ln'favor of said plaintiff and
against said defendant, Frank Cavl
ness, together with said attorney's
fees and costs and disbursements,
and interest and accruing costs up
on said sale.
Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 8th
day of Novembor, 1922.
H. LEE NOE, Sheriff,
By C. W. Glenn, Deputy.
Date of first publication, Novem
ber 9th, 1922. Date of last pub
lication Decomber 7th, 1922.
Date of sale, December 11th, 1922
at 11 a. m.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, has been appointed as
Administrator with Will Annexed
of tho Estate of Elsie A. Falrehild,
deceased, by the County Court of the
State of Orogon for Malheur county.
All persons who may have any
Claim against tho estate of the said
deceased are hereby notified to pre
sent the samo duly verified as by
Law required, to tho undersigned at
my office in Ontario, Oregon, within
six months from the date of tho first
publication q.f this notice.
Administrator of Estato of Elsie
A. Falrehild, deceased, with Will
Date of first publication, Nov. 30,
Date of last publication, Dec. 28,
FOR SALE Pure bred big type
Poland China Boar Pigs and Gilts
nlso soveral yearling boars and some
yearling sows duo to farrow soon.
A. R. Karr on the Latttlg ranch 2
miles north of Snow-Moody pump
ing plant, or 6 miles north of Pay-
NOTICE OF FINAL 1IEAIUNG
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF P. J. CONROY, DECEASED.
Notice Is hereby given by JOHN
F. CONROY, administrator of tho
estate ot P. J. CONROY, deceasod,
that ho has filed in tho County Court
of tho Stato of Oregon, for Malheur
County, his final account and peti
tion for distribution of said estato,
and that tho 30th day of December,
1922, at 10 o'clock A. M. at tho
County Court House at Vale, Mal
eour County, Oregon, is the time and
place for hearing objections to sild
final account and potltlon for distri
bution, and all persons having ob
jections thereto should appear at
said time and place, and show causo,
if any exists, why said final account
should not bo approved and allowed,
and said estate distributed in ac
cordance with said petition for dis
John F. Conroyi
Administrator of the Estato of
P. J. Conroy, Deceased.
First publication Nov. 30, 1922.
Last publication Dec. 28, 1922.
Notlco is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of an order of
sale duly made and ontered by the
County Court of Malheur County,
Orogon, on Novembor 17th, 1922,
In tho matter of tho estato of John
A. Gregory, deceased, tho undor
slgned administrator with tho will
annexed of tho said ostate, will, on
and aftor tho 23rd day)f Decomber,
1922, at his home in Nyssa, Orogon,
offer for sale, and sell at private
sale, for each in hand, subject to
confirmation by said court, tho fol
lowing described tracts of real es
tato owned by said estate, to-wlt:
The S. E. of S. W. of Sec. 19,
Twp. 19, S. R. 47 E. W. M., in Mal
eour County, Oregon, together with
twenty shares of stock In the Owy
hee Ditch Company, and also a sher
iff's Certificate of Sale to said
premises, issued on December 23,
1920, by tho Sheriff of Malheur
County, Oregon, to X. A. Gregory.
An undivided ono-half Interest in
and to all that portion of tho N. W.
Vi of See. 2 In Twp. 21 S. R. 4C E.
W. M lying Southeast of tho Owy
hee River where tho same crosses
said quarter soction, flowing from
tho South side in a North-castorly
direction to tho East side it said
quarter secttion, said land being a
triangular plcco 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
tlco is on Nov. 23, 1922, and tho
last publicatton is on Doc. 21, 1922.
J. H. WOLF, administrator
with will annexed of tho estate
of John A. Gregory, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice Is horoby given that tho
undersigned administrator of tho
estate of Josephine Ircton, de
ceased, has filed In tho County
Court of Malheur County, Oregon,
his flual account of his administra
tion upon said estate; and that Sat
urday, the 10th day of December,
1922, at tho hour of eleven o'clock
A. M. of said day, at tho court house
In Vale, Ore., has boon duly fixed by
order ot said court as tho tlmo and
placo for hearing said final account.
All persons Interested in said estato
aro hereby notified to appear at said
hearing and fllo tholr objections In
writing, It any there aro, to said
final account and contest tho same.
Done and dated and first pub
lished this 16th day of November,
WELLS W. WOOD, Administrator
ot tho estato ot Josephine Iroton,
NOTICE OF AN ESTHAY
Camo to my placo in Rlvordal, op
posite Weisor, a Holsteln steer about
a year and a halt old, no brand vlsl
blo except right ear Is cllppod off,
Owner can havo same by paying
cost ot advertising and care.
J, J. Splcor,
Woisor, Idaho, R. F. D.
FOR SALE D room shinglo bunga
low with 4 lots and garage. 2
block, north and 2 west ot High
school. Prlco 11000. Easy terms.
Write C. A, Cartor Box 972, Boise,
Idaho. 60 7t.
Mrs. Lott Johnson Is now pre
parod to do sowing at realdonco two
blocks north of west-sldo school.
Phono 87 M. C2 4t
FOR SALE lo aero tract 1
mile from town, good house,
garago, farm machinery, com-
plote, 12750. Seo A. E. Ho-
ward, Ontario, Ore., phono 12,
POLICY OF II. S.
JOLT TO ALLIES
Statement of Opposition to AN
Secret Treaties By Amer
ica Causes Stir.
Lausanne. America gavo Great
Britain, France and Italy a hard Jolt
when her spokesman, Richard Wash
burn Child, declared that tho United
States government has tho support of
tho American people in its opposition
to all secret treaties and agreements,
particularly those designed to create
zones of economic and commercial in
fluence such as the San Rome tri
partite agreement of 1920, which ap
portioned tho Mesopotamlan oil fields
among tho threo big powers.
Mr. Child's exposition was merely a
restatement of Secretary of Btae
Hughes' alde-memolro of October 30,
In which ho defined for tho benefit
of tho British, French and Italian gov
ernments tho functions of the Amer
ican observers to tho Lausanne con
ference and broadly outlined Ameri
ca's open door policy for the near east
but it was a restatement under con
ditions that made It sensational.
It came as tho conforenco was about
to begin consideration of Turkey's
Asiatic boundaries and It was a clear
warning that America will not remain
silent if tho threo inviting powers in
sist upon preferential rights in ol',
mineral, railway and power develop
ment in present Turkish territory or
In that which wus lopped off by the
It was not posslblo for tho delegates
of tho Inviting powers to conceal their
Impatience at America's insistent re
iteration of hor policy which they re
sont especially becauso of her refusal
to accept a rote in the conference, to
sign any report or to accept any re
sponsibility further than to net as an
The American now attitude, how
over, Is according great satisfaction
to tho neutral countrlos represented
MIDDLE WEST TOWNS
St. Louis, Mo Earth tremors strong
enough to break windows, shako build
ings and homes and rattle dishes were
felt in St. Louis, southern Illinois,
eastern Indiana and western Ken
tucky Sunday night, according to ro
ports received hoio.
At St. Louis university solsmo
graphical observatory, wliero tho
tremors woro recorded, attendants de
scribed them of moderate intensity.
Tlioy said selsmographic Indications
pointed to tho tremors occurring In a
southerly direction. A shock which
experts snld was "sudden" and of suf
ficient intensity to causo slight dam
ago In homes, was recorded No ac
tual damage other than thu breaking
of windows was reported up to a lute
A dispatch from Eldorado, 111., said
chimneys on soveral residences woro
toppled to the ground by tho tremors
although no serious dumuge was re
CLEMENCEAU IS CRITICISED
Hitchcock Leads Off In Debate by
Attack on the Frenchman.
Washington, D. C Tho Tiger of
Franco again camo under fire In the
sonato Monduy, whon his utturr.nccs
on his tour of the United States were
tho subject of a conflicting dobatc.
Sonator Hitchcock, democrat, Ne
braska, ex-chalrman of tho foreign re
lations committee led off In tho de
bato with an attack on M. Clcmenccnu
and on Fronch pollclca, and was Join
ed in tho criticism by other senators,
whllo Senator Myers, democrat, Mon
tana, camo to thoc defense of the aged
French statesman, Senator Owen,
democrat, Oklahoma,' also expressed
sympathy with M. Clemencoau's mis
sion to America, but criticised French
New Army Command Created,
Washington, D. C A now and sop
arato command, known as the Amer
ican forces in 'China, was announced
In army orders. Brlgadlor-Gcneral W.
D. Connor, former assistant chief of
Staff, will establish headquarters In
I'ekln nt an early dato and, it Is under
stood, will act as commanding ofricor
ot tho American forces In Cbina.
St. Paul Man For Supreme Court.
Washington, D. C Plorco Uutlor of
Bt, Paul, Minn., a. democrat, was nom
inated by President Harding as asso
ciate Justice ot the supremo court to
tako tho placo mado vacant by thu
resignation of Assoclato Justice Day.
Irish Rebel Leader Executed,
Dublin. Ersklne Chlldors, chlof
llouti'iiant of l-'amonn do Vnlera, was
executed for having had an aulomutlo
pistol in his posaesJou.
E. W. DUNN
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IVAN E. OAKES
Irrigation & Drainage work
Office City Hall, Ontario, Ore.
DR. R. A. MOON
Elcctro-Tucrapeut 1st s
Splno & Ncrvo Specialists
Phono 158 Ontario, Oro.
D to 12 and 2 to 5
Office over First National Bank.
Telephone No. 33 J, Ontario, Ore.
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
Between Ontario Pluirmncy and
DR. HARIUET SEARS
Wilson Bldg., Over Radcrs
DR. C. M. TYLER
Office In Wilson Bldg.
Otflco Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Phono 117 for Appointments.
For all kinds of
Make Your Appointment
The Time is Short!
DR. J. O. BARTLETT
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Offlco In Wilson Bldg
Over Post Offlco
Wo want your shipments either
now or for tho holiday market.
Thoro Is a largo crop and oarly
shlpmonts aro advisable. Sond thom
along as soon as they aro In condi
tion. Wo will got you top prlcos.
PAGE & SON
40 years In tho businoss
BED COMFORTS TIED
Tho Episcopal Ouild will tlo com
forts on ordor. Ldrgo size tied and
finished f 1.25, small slzo $1.00.
Leavo ordors with Mrs. J. D. BI1
I am now proparod to do all
kinds of sowing nt tho Sara
Taylor homo, back of Ontario
Laundry. Mrs. Wm. V Shim-