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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, QNTAEIQ, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1922
I Timv'"'' mifaitaaaaflia
Between points on
Oregon Short .Line Railroad
D. S, SPENCER ;
General Passenger Agent
SALT LAKE CITY
Consult Local Agents
What you earn Is not the sign of your success;
it is what you liavo left at the end of the year.
What you spend is gone without further influ
ence on youij life.
What you saVc remains and increases to make
your future iWppier, better, more useful.
A bank accoAint adds immeasurably to one's
standing and success,
See McFall nnd Soo Bettor"
DR. J. A. MTML
Eyesight Specialist. Ontario, Oro.
i uiZKMumaTTimiTi!tKe .
to establish a sales and service
agency in this community
TSILLYS-OVERLAND. INC., is the only mauufacturer
v v that produces two of the eight most popular cars in
the world the Overland the Willys-Knight.
COMPARISON with other cars in the same price class as
to materials, construction, riding qualities and economy
of operation is but further evidence of the reason why there
is such a demand for Overland and Willys-Knight cars.
7 f a" automobiles sold today are of but three
- u different makes I Overland is one of them. 90 of
all automobiles sold today are of eight different makes I
The Wlllys-Knicht is another of them.
X7ILLYS-OVERLAND, Inc., Is the only manufacturer
vv which, in the Overland and Willys-Knight, produces
two out of the eight most popular cars in the world.
7E invite comparison with other cars In the same price
v classes as to materials, construction, riding qualities
and economy of operation.
TNVESTIGATE the used car market and you will discover
that used Overlands of present design move at good prices
and Willys-Knight cars are rare anions used car stocks.
T TNLESS you are familiar with the splendid performance
- records of the present-day Overland and Willys-Knlght,
you cannot fully appreciate the reason for the public prefer
ence for these two cars.
ND at their new prices, they offer sales possibilities
greater than ever before in their history.
P you have or can command the facilities to establish a
high-grade repair shop and local Sales organization writ
WILLYS OVERLAND, INC.
Sales Division, Toledo, Ohio
PAID LOCAL ADS
FOR SALE Good Jersey cow giv
ing 4 gal. milk, test C. John
Molenaar, two miles west ot town.
ecember 22-23-24-25-29-30- 31
tmd January 1st
vLimit January 3d
WIN A PHONOGRAPH
During the month of December we
glvo one chance on a $125 phono
graph with every 60c cash purchase.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAJLE
FOR SALE 40 ton capacity San-
vich Hay Baler equipped with 14 h.
p. engine Thorough stato of re
pair, $300. Inqulro of A. M. Rich
ardson, Alturas Hotel, Caldwell, Ida.
ROOM FOR RENT Desirable front
bedroom close to bath, close in.
One or two men prefored. Phone
FOR RENT Five room house and
bath, $25 per month. Six room
house $15 per month. Sco W. H.
TURKEYS Bourbon Rods for sale.
Excellent breeding stock. Hens and
Toms both. Seo O. V. Halloway,
Ontario. 52 6t
FOR SALE Two cars dry land ru
ral seed potatoes, field selected
and rogued $1.50 per 100. Eli
Kellor, Ririe, Idaho. 52 6t
FOR SALE 47 head Poland China
Pigs. Tho price is right, so are
tho pigs. O. F. Mallett ranch, by
Mallett station. Ed Campbell, phone
NOTICE OF AN ESTIIAY
Came to my place In Rlverdal, op
posite Welsor, a Ilolsteln steer about
a year and a half old, no brand visi
ble except right ear Is clipped off.
Owner can have same by paying
cost of advertising and care.
J. J. Splcer,
Weiser, Idaho, R. F. D.
SOUTHEAST UNIT DRAINAGE. .
NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That a meeting of tho land owners
within tho SOUTHEAST UNIT
DRAINAGE DISTRICT, in Mal
heur County, Oregon, Is hereby
called to meet at the residence of
C, W. Garrett, in Section 12, T. 18
S R. 4G E., W. M., in said .Dis
trict, on Saturday, the 30th day of
December, 1022, at tho hour of 2
o'clock P. M. for tho purpose of
electing two supervisors for said
District, one to servo for the term
of two years and one to serve for
the torm of threo years.
By order ot tho Board of Super
Dated this 11th day of December,
O. E. CARMAN,
Secretary, Southeast Unit
First publication Dec. 14, 1922.
Last publication Dec. 23, 1922.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
Mrs. Lott Johnson Is now pre
pared to do sowing nt rosldonco two
blocks north ot west-side school.
Phono 87 M, 62 4t
FOR nENT Six room modern fur
nlshod house, Call 74 M, S
FOR SALE 5 room shingle bunga
low with 4 lots oud garage. 2
blocks north and 2 west ot High
school. Prlco $1000. Easy terms.
Wrlto C. A, Cartor Box 972, Boise,
Idaho. 60 7t.
In Tho Matter of the Estate of
llorman Thomas Blorman, Decoased
Notlco is hereby given by Fran
cos Josephine Biermnn, administra
trix of tho estate ot Herman Thom
as Blerman, Deceased, to tho credi
tors of, and all persons having
claims against, said estate, to pro
out such claims, with tho nocossary
vouchers according to law, within
six months after tho first publica
tion of this notice, to Frances Jose"
phlno Biermnn, administratrix ot
tho ostato of Herman Thomas Bier
man, deceased, at the law office of
W. II. Brooko In Ontario, Oregon.
Tho first notlco hereof Is pub
lished this 14 th day ot Docombor,
FRANCES JOSEPHINE BIERMAN,
Administratrix ot tho Estate of
Herman Thomas Blerman, De
ceased. Last publication Jan. 12, 1923.
Wo want your shipments lthr
now or for the holiday market.
Thoro Is a largo crop and early
shtpmonts are advisable. Send them
along as soon as thoy are in condi
tion. Wo will get you top price.
PAGE & SON
40 years In tho business
By virtue of an execution In fore
closure duly Issued by tho Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of tho State of
Oregon, f6r the County of Malheur,
dated tho 6th day of December.
1922, in a certain suit In tho Circuit
Court for said State and County,
wherein LaGrando National n.inir.
and Cove State Bank, both corpor
ations, were Plaintltrs, and C. L.
Rowe and D. B. Richardson co-n.irt-
ners doing business under tho firm
namo ana stylo of Rowe & Richard.
son and D. B. Richardson and Clara
uicnamson, husband and wife, were
ueieuuuuuj, a judgment was ren-
aoroa in lavor of the above named
plaintiff LaGrande National Bank,
a corporation and against the above
named defendants C. L. Lowe, D. B.
Richardson and Clara Richardson
for the sum of Two Thousand Eight
Hundred Two and 961100 Dollars
($2,802.95), with interest thereon
at the rate of Eight per cent (8)
per annum from tho 8th day of Sep
tember, 1922; a Judgment was also
rendered in favor of the above
named plaintiff Cove State Bank, a
corporation, aand against the above
named defendants, C. L. Rowo, D.
B. Richardson and Clara Richard
son, for tho sum of Two Thousand
Seven Hundred Thirty-eight &
87100 Dollars ($2,738.87), with
interest thereon at the rato of Eight
per cent (8) per annum from the
stn aay or September, 1922, togeth
er with Four Hundred Fiftv &
No100 Dollars ($450.00) attorney's
fees, and costs and disbursements
hohein taxed at Eighteen & 401100
Dollars ($18.40), which Judgment
was enrolled and docketed in the
Clerk's office of said Court in said
County on the Cth day of December,
THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HERE
BY GIVEN, That I will on Saturday
the Gth day of January, 1923, at the
hour of olevon o'clock in tho fore
noon of said day, at tho north main
entrance door of tho County Court
House, at Vale, Malheur County,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders for cash,
,tho following described real proper
Tho North Half of the Northeast
Quarter (N&NE&) of Section
Thirty (30), Township Sixteen (16)
South, of Range Forty-seven (47)
East of tho Willamette Meridian,
and the East Halt ot the Southwest
Quarter (ESW'ij and Lots Three
(3) and Four (4) of Section Nino
teen (19) in Township Sixteen (16)
South, of Range Forty-seven (47)
East of the Willamette Meridian,
together with all water, water
rights, ditches and ditch rights
therounto belonging or appertain
ing, together with tho tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in any wise
Tho above real property taken
and levied upon a3 tho property of
the above named defendants, or so
much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy the said Judgment in favor
of the above named plaintiffs and
against tho above named defen
dants, with interest thereon, and
attorney's fees, and all costs and
disbursement that haye or nay ac
crue. Dated at Vale, Oregon, this 7th
day of December, 1922.
H. LEE NOE, Sheriff.
By C. W. Glenn, Deputy.
Dato of first publication Decem
ber 7th, 1922.
Date of last publication January
Date ot sale JanuaryGth, 1923, at
11 A. M.
tato owned by said estate, to-wit:
Tho S. E.Vt of S. W.i,i of Seo. 19,
Twp. 19, S. R. 47 E. W. M., in Mal
heur 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 28,
1920, by" tlie Sheriff of Malheur
County, Oregon, to J. A. Gregory.
An undlyided one-half interest in
and to all that portion ot tho N. W.
M ot See. 2 In Twp. 21 S. R. 46 E.
W. M., lying Southeast of the Owy
hee River where the same crosses
said quarter section, flowing from
tho South side In a North-easterly
direction to the East side if said
quarter secttlon, said land being a
triangular piece in tho South-east
corner of said quarter section, con
taining about ten acres, more or
loss, and situated In Malheur Coun
The first publication of this no
tice is on Nov- 23, 1922, and the
last publication is on Dec. 21, 1922.
J. H. WOLF, administrator
with will annoxed of tho estate
of John A. Gregory, deceased.
Am prepared to handle all ot
your sales. 21 years exper-
lencc. Satisfaction guaran-.
toed. Telephone col. 22C-W
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
kLsgal Guarantee Giveru
No need of Knife no pain continue work.
Ask to tec Clc-o-nli Pile Treatment.
IVAN E. OAKES
Irrigation & Drainage work
Office City Hall, Ontario, Ore.
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 ot the
estate of P. J. CONROY, deceased,
that he has filed in tho County Court
of tho Stato of Oregon, for Malheur
County, his final account and peti
tion for distribution of said estate,
and that the 30th day of December,
1922, at 10 o'clock A. M. at the
County Court House at Vale, Mal
heur County, Oregon, Is the time and
place for hearing objections to said
final account and petition for distri
bution, and all persons having ob
jections thereto should appear at
said time and place, and show. cause,
if any exists, why Bald final account
should not be approved and allowed,
and said estate distributed in ac
cordance with said petition- for dls
ribution. John F. Conroy,
Administrator of the Estate of
P. J. Conroy, Deceased.
First publication Nov. 30, 1922.
Last publication Dec. 28, 1922.
DR. R. A. MOON
I Phone 158 Ontario. Ore.
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
Office over First National Bank. -Telephone
No. 33 J. Ontario, Ore.
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
Between Ontario Pharmacy nnd
DR. HARRIET SEARS
Wilson BIdg., Over Ruders
DR. C. M. TYLKIt
Office In Wilson Bldg.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p.
Phono 117 for Appointment.
Notice is hereby given that un
der and by virtue ot an order ot
sole duly made and entered by the
County Court of Malheur County,
Oregon, on November 17th, 1922,
in tho matter of tho estate of John
A. Gregory, deceased, the under
signed administrator with tho will
annoxed of the said estate, will, on
nnd after the 23rd day of December,
1922, at his homo In Nyssa, Oregon,
offer for sale, and sell at private
salo, for cash in hand, subject to
confirmation by said court, the fol
lowing described tracts ot real es-
NOTICE OP FINAL HEARING OF
ACCOUNT OF ADMINISTRATOR
In the mattor of the Estate of
Sarah A. ' McCartney, deceased;
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Administrator of the Es
tate of Sarah A. McCartney, de
ceased has filed his final account as
administrator ot the estate of said
deceased, in the above entitled
That Monday, the 8th day of Jan
uary, 1923 has been set for hearing
of the said account, at tho hour of
11 o'clock A. M in tho County
Court Room in tho County Court
House in the City of Vale, Oregon.
At which time and place any por
son interested in said estate of said
deceased, may appear and file ob
jections to said acount it any there
Administrator of tho Estate of
Sarah A. McCarttney, deceased.
Dato of First publication, Decem
ber 7, 1922.
Date ot last publication January
i "S " $ S 2 S S " 4
FOR SALE lo aero tract 1
mile from town, good house,
garage, farm, machinery, com-
fr plete, $2750. See A. E. Ho-
ward, Ontario, Ore., phone 12.
For all kinds of
DR. J. O. BARTLETT
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office in Wilson Bldg.
Over Post Office
Directory of Ontario's Business Firms
DR. J. A. MCFALL
Eya Ulasses and Spectacles
I am now prepared to do all
4 kinds ot sewing at the Sam
4 Taylor homo, back ot Ontario
Laundry. Mrs. Ww. V. Shim-
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
The Oldest Bank In Malheur
County "Service that Serves"
Capital and Surplus $100,000.
HOME MADE CANDIES
PURE AND DELICIOUS
Take a box home for Sunday
BON BON CANDY SHOP
. . . . S. L. Tompkins, Prop
The "Homey" Hotel ot ' Malheur
County. Good Meals 40c
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO.
Farm Operating Equipment
McCo'iuick, Deerlng and P. & O.
THE INDEPENDENT MARKET
Phones 6 and 135
It Its Good To Eat We Have It
It It's Farm Produce We Buy It
REIHSEN & RYAN
The Home ot Good Eats and
Phones 3 and 131
"Not the Cheapest, But the Beat"
Ernest Barcus, Prop.
All Kinds of Breads, Cakes
Phone 34W2 '
TUBERCULIN TESTED MILK
MORR'S MILLINERY ft
Palymre Waists Women's Dresses
And Sport Clothes
BLACKABY JEWELRY STORE
"Gifts that Last"
O. M. Castleman, Prop.
Prescription Specialist Victor
Phonographs Rexall Remedies
H. R. UDICK
Plumbing and Heating
Domestic Water Systems
TAGGART HARDWARE CO.
Malheur County's Largect
J. O. SIcCREIGHT HARDWARE