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r n . i THE, ONTARIO ARGUS. ONTARIO. OREGON,- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1921 -r ,A WA r !WI IRONSIDE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Albort Morfltt and little son, Don, roturncd to their homestead at Ooldon Eaglo, from Unity. Jnmos Weaver and lion Jonos of Donltu wero business visitors liorn Monday, F. Smith of Brogatl mid J. P. Smith of Irormldo drovo to Ilonso llros. Sunday on business, returning tlio same day. Dill Hall wont to Baker Monday for a load of shingles for Ilort Law rence Mrs, Elinor Lnwronco drovo to Unity to visit her parouts Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Kims. Mr. and Mrs, Murk nnd Vera Hill woro Ironsldo visitors, Monday. Mrs. S. I). Duncan was an Iron sldo visitor Monday. Tom Torroll of Unity was nn Iron sldo visitor Monday going to Albort Morfltt's plnco for n span of horses ho had purchased of Albort. Kit Iloso returned homo from Vnlo after a couplo of weeks stay thoro on business. Mr. Marsh of Ontario returned homo from a 10 days outing In the mountains on a hunt. Orval Nichols of this plnco and Mr. Ham-trect of Brognn drovo to Camp Crook Tucsdny to Carl StorB bach placo on business. Don Hutherford nnd Summers Smith returned homo from Drognn Monday wlioro thoy havo boon work ing through nppla picking. Francis nnd Kit Hoso went to Vnlo Wodnesday on business. woro Mr. and William Turoman of Mainour rlv or was In this vicinity tor a load of wheat Thursday. Mr. and Mra. II. C. Kims Unity visitors In tho homo of nnd Mrs. Floyd Dhlto, Sunday. Mr, nnd Mrs. S. A. Lofton Mr. and Mrs, Karl Lofton drove to linker Wednesday. D. M. Illpploy accompanied them bringing back a lond of freight for S. A. Lofton. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Lofton and daughter Vera and Mr. and Mrs. Cass Wisdom drovo to Vale Wednes day whero Mr. and Mrs. Wisdom will visit Mr. Wisdom's sister, Mrs. P. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Lofton return ed Friday. Mr. Mulligan returned to Wcstfall via Ironsldo with a band of sheep from Sumpter, Wednesday, Hub Walters of Unity district was an Ironsldo visitor Friday. Orvlllo Nichols brought tn a load of coal from Drognn for A. K. Nichols Wednesday. Charles Ilur mado flnnl proof on his additional homestead beforo Mr. Morfltt at Mainour City, Saturday, Mrs. A. K. Nichols and Mrs. II. C. Kims woro visitors of Mrs. Fred Lnwronco, Friday. Mrs. E. J. IJcnm was n visitor at Mr. and Mrs. Wllllo Woodcock's, Thursday. ChaB. Hoor, Italph Ileum, Coy Wlso nnd Fay Teg wont to Hereford Monday, gathering cnttlo for Iron sldo Stock nion. Thoy returned Tuosdny. llalpli Hnrvoy took out a load of litmbor for uncap sheds to Ilrogan Friday. FORD GARAGE. V. B. STAPLES Ford Cars Fordxon Tractors SALES and SERVICE ONTARIO, OREGON Foimeirall Directors H. L. Potorson . . 0. R. Augustus Wo tiro tho only Officinl Registered Licensed Einlmlniors in this territory who can hold a funeral that uoninlics with the Oregon Stato Laws. BjIBlBBi Di ulBl hHpL if jIJBI "H-MjWi MODERN OHAPEL AND EQUIPMENT Lady Assistant Ainbuhmco Service Oititariio Fornifouure Co. $41 On the strength of the friendly, helpful and personal interest that wo feel for each of our customers you will be benefited by a banking connection with us. We offer you every service known to modern banking. Your advantage, unquestioned safety of your funds and business affairs is our chief aim and the basis of our claim to your patronage. MALHEUR COUNTV IIKAJj K8TATK TRANSFERS RECORDED oar. 21) TO NOV 5 S. P. Nowman et ux to E, M. Qrolg, Trustee, Und. V, Int. In SEtf NRVi. NKV48EU, Lot 1, nnd part of BWViBWU, Soc. 32 i also Lots 2, .1, and 4, Sec. 33-19-47. Oct. 28, 1021. $1.00. Margaret F. Cook to A. It. Whlto Lots 11, 12, and EH of 13, Dlock 0, Torraca Heights Add. to Ontario. Oct. 27, 1021. 11.00. W. O. Habor, Sr. to Clara A. Bab or ot al. a portion of Lot 2, Sec. 19-41-43. Oct. 17, 1921. $1.00. D. O. Ilabor, Sr. to Clara A. Ilabor ot al, A portion of Lot 3, Sec. 10-41-43. Oct. 20, 1921. $1.00. Joso Jaca ot Ux to W. O. Habor, Kr, A portion of Lot 3, Bee. 19-41-43, Juno 8, 1915. $1.00. U. S. A. to Simon ftandstra, S Soc. 4-27-40. Oct. 11, 1021. D. I'. Pullon ot ux to ltonrlottn Pullon, NWWNWU Soc. 32-20-46. Sept. 26, 1021. $2, COO. 00. W. A. Webb ot ux to Coo. Harper, 8WU. NWUSEU. StfNEVi, Soc. 31 J SWMKWU Soc. 32-10-40. Oct. 26, 1921. $10.00. Frod Evorly to Thos O. Vonnblo, NWViNEU Soc 4-10-44, Nov. 1, 1921. $360.00. J. D. Falrman ot ux to Malheur Livestock ft Land Co., NEUNWU. Sec. 19-16-38. Juno IS. 1921. $1.00. A. B. High ot ux to Malheur Ltvo-' stock ft Land Co., Lot 7, DlocK zo, Outlook, Juno 28, 1921. $1.00. Frank C. McColloch ot ux to Hay Hoyd, BEViSEtf Soc. 10-10-47. Apr. 20, 1020. $1.00. U. 8. A. to Ouy R. McDonald, Bi BE, 8BWW. Soc. 3: NHNE'4 Bee. 10 i WUNWK Sec. 11-17-40. July 31, 1917. Luis Vturraspo to Nalllla Ytur raspo, Lots 10, 11 and 12, Bubdlv. O of IJIock 6, Ploneor Add. to Jor dan Valley. Oct. 29, 1921. $100,00. Geo. P. Urcen ot ux to Austin II. Wltson, Lot 9, Dlock 72, Oroens Add. to Nyssn. August 4, 1920 $C0. deo. P. Orocn ot ux to A. II. Wil son, Lot 10, Dlock 72, Croons Add. to Nyssa, Juno 30, 1920. $50.00. Pacific Llvo Stock Co. to Willis C. linker, Lot 8, Dlock 6, Harpar, Doc. 13, 1020. $160.00. U. B. A. to Halph Harvey, W WW Boo. 0-14-38. Juno 29, 1920. J. N. Sawyor ot ux to L. V. Oal utln, SBV4BWW Sec. 1B-20-44. Mar. 28, 1921. $1,000.00. AIlco M. Williams ot vlr to F. L. Morfltt, 127.2C acros In Ntf of Soc. 1-14-40. Juno 2C, 1920, $1.00. Frank L. Morfltt ot ux to James Morfltt, SMUSWH. SWViBBU Soc. 2G; NWW, WHNEU, nnd 8H Sec. 36-13-40: also 127.2G acres In Ntf Soc. 1-14-40. Nor. 2, 1020. $10.00. U. S. A. to Edward Edgo Sr. 8EUNWU, 8WUNEW, Soc. 8: 8WUNWU, NW Soc. 9-13-40. Juno 29, 1920. . Luon H. Bchroodor to Eliza V. Bchroodor, Part of Lot 23, Dlock G, Hndloy 2nd Add. to Vnlo. Nov. 4, 1921. $1.00. Don Jonos to Ponrl N. Jonos, l, 081.39 -acros In Sections 16 und 31, 21-38; Sections 35 and 30-21-39; Soctlous 2, 11, 1G nnd 16-22-39. Nov. 4, 1921. $1.00. O. II. nicker, Admr. to Malheur County, Road right ot way. Oct. 29, 1921. $108.00. U. 8. A. to Earl II. Smith, NEW NWVi, WttHVi, SEUNKtt Soc 12-16-38; Lots 2 and 3, Sec. 7-16-39. May 26, 1921. Earl It. Smith ot x to Anna W. Modlln, NEUNWU. WHBVi, SEU NEU Soc. 12-16-38; Lots 2 and 3, Hoc. 7-10-30. Jno 27, 1921. $1.00. Malheur County to J. W. Oallo way, SHBEU Sec 13-16-47. Nov. 3, 1921. $1.00. MAHUIAOi: LICENBICH ISSUED DUHINH WEEK Nicholas Krlcs and Francos Her rlngton, Oct. 31, 1921. Wm. Scott nnd 'Vorna Soward, Nov. 3, 1921, Hobort W. Henry nnd I.aura Deon Nov. 5, 1921. Philip Craig "and Molvlna Hunson, Nov. S. 1021. COMPLAINTS FILED IN CIUCU1T COUHT Wulff Hdw. ft Impl. Co. vs. Orov or Coarloy, Oct. 31, 1921. Itecovory of money. $203.53. C. C, Cotton vs. Cathoy and Sage. Nov. 2, 1921. Recovery on Note. $356.09. Loo Charles Miller vs. Hoy 8. Cram ot al. Nov. 3, 1921. Foro closuro ot Mortgage. $1,630,68. Vova Lawrenco vs. John Alvoy Luwrenco, Nov, 4, 1921, Dlvorco and Alimony. NOTICE OK HHAHINU VIS Mt ACCOUNT Notlco Is heroby given that V. W. Marsdon, tho administrator of tho eatnto of Dert Cassell, has filed In tho County Court of the State ot Oregon for Mainour County, his Fin al Account In said estate mattor and that Thursday, the 16tb. day of December, 1921, at the hour ot 11:00 o'clock A. M., In the Court Room of said Court, at Vale, Ore gon, has beon fixed as tho time and place for hearing objections to and sottllng said Final Account. This notlco Is published by vir tue ot an order ot said Court, dated Novembor 7, 1921, slgnod by Hon. E. H. Test, County Judge. V. W. Marsden, Administrator ot said Estate. First Publication, Nov. 10, 1921. Last Publication, Doc, 8, 1921. FARM nKMINI)ER8 Dairy cows tn milk at this season should be ted liberally and protect ed from tho cold rains. Cowa ex posed to the weather uso consider able amounts ot feed for body main tenance that otherwise would go In to milk production. O, A. C, Exp Stattotw QUEEN 11KK8 IN DEMAND Demand for queen bees promises to exceed the supply noxt sprint. Beekeepors should place their or ders now for spring dellvory In or der to Insure getting their require ments. The department ot ento mology will be glad to furnish -names ot p rod u cow having, queens I FARM BUREAU PROGRAM OF LAST VEAR STILL APPLIES Bnmo Conditions Which Handier Kneed Yt-nr Ago Ht til In Kvldenco Now It Time To Act Had ovory farmer on tho trrlgatod lands llstoncd to and followed somo part Jit loast of tho suggestions commlttocs, It Is safa to say that things would bo In better shape now, both on and off ot tho farm for thero can bo no auostton now that thoy woro right whon a sur plus of hay and low prices woro predicted and that at least fifty por- cont ot tho hay should bo roplncod with othor crops which could bo gotton out ot tho county to mnrket. Thcso rocommondatlonB, as glvon publicity last fall woro In part as follews: "1, That tho Farm Duroau should recommend a reduction In tho area of alfalfa hay of at loast CO per cent on tho Innd suited to othor crops near transportation In ordor to maintain tho hay and gonoral farm business on a profitable lttsls 2. That whoat, corn nnd clovor scod should bo recommondod as standard cash crops for genoral uso, wtih potatoes and other crops re quiring less ucrcago usod as doslrod. 3. That tho Irrigated pasturo and lncrcusod uso ot silos would bo val uable In oncouraglng livestock keep ing and mora profltablo feeding, thus Increasing homo consumption ot hay. 4. That tho best standard thrco yonr crop rotation should bo clovar, corn, whoat, substituting other row crops In plnco ot part ot tho corn If desired. G, That tho standard two year ro tation should bo clover, wheat. 6. Fo rlands unsultcd to grain nnd corn production, swoet clover, pasturo and scod production, with sllngo and alfalfa hay Is rocommond od to cnablo soil building nnd homo consumption of products." CIDEU MAY HE KEPT BWKI.T Swcot cider may bo prosorved by heating It to 160 degreos F and then sealing It In cloan bottlos or Jugs. Aftor tho bottlos nro soalod placo thorn In water and heat to tho samo tomperaturo for ono half hour, whon sterilization will bo comploto. Ejyjorlmonts mado by tho horticul tural products department show that ctdor may bo kept twoot Indefinitely this way. O. A. C. Exp. Station, Colds Are nfton tho beginning of serious physical breakdown. Therefore, no ono can, afford to neglect oven tho simplest cotd. Hollove It quickly with thcso won derful preparations. HU.VALL LAXATIVE AHP1HIN U. 1). CO. COLD TABLETS break Up n cold without starting a buzzing In tho head. HEXALL C1IKHHY 11AHK COM POUND COUOII BYIIUP, a'ploasant, Roothlng, offoctlvo cough syrup, frco from alcohol and narcotics. UEXALL BRONCHIAL BALVK n scientific compound to apply to tho chest nnd parts, effected, ponotratos nnd relieves tho congestion. HOLD AND GUARANTEED 1IY HEXALL KAHTMAN VIOTOIt ONTARIO PHARMACY Prescriptions our Specialty Rexall Eastmmn Victor AUCTIONEERS DICKENS & SHULTZ CALDWELL PHONE 455 J CfALL AT OUR EXPENSE YOU WILL LIKE US DIRECTORY OF ONTARIO'S BUSINESS FIRMS These Men and Firms will servo your very needs promptly. Call upon or write to any of those who are listed below when in need of anything in their respective lines. They are reliable: 1IANKH FinST NATIONAL DANK Capital and Surplus $100,000 "A Uood Dank In A Qood Country" ONTAniO NATIONAL DANK Tho Oldest Dank tn Malheur County "Servlco that 8orvea" Capital and Surplus $100,000. DRUGS AND SUNDRIES ONTAIIIO PHARMACY O. M. Castlemas, Prop. Prescription Specialist Victor Phonographs Itoxall Itemedles Eastman Kodaks Mordant! Dairy riwno 203 M THE SUOAH BOWL Wo Make Our Own Ice Cream M. W. KELLOO Specialist for Hhoumatlsm I euro whero others fall. P. O. Dox 569 Ontario, Ore. KLKCTIUO SUPPLIES HOTELS OARAGES AND AUTO SUPPLUM HOTEL WIL80N The "Homey" Hotol of Malheur County. Qood Meals 40o ' QHociaiuca" TUNKIlAIi DIRECTORS AND KMIJALMEIW PHILLADAUM & ALLEN Phono 327 or 178 Ontario, Oregon OITOMKIIUST DR. J. A. MC FALL , Eyesight Specialist Eye Olassoa and Spectacles MIUJNEHY -T Distinction In Clothing And Millinery Is tho Mark ot Those Who Patronize THE STYLE SHOP MOItn'S MILLINERY ft NOVELTY SHOP Palinyre Waists Women's Suits And Sport Clothes OSDOHN MILLINERY Nell O, Dedford. Prop. Tho Ouly Exclusive Millinery Store This Side of 8alt Lake THE CASH OHOCERY "Qood Things to Eat" THE INDEPENDENT MARKET Phono 6 and 135 If Its Good To Eat We Have It If It's Farm Produce Wo Uuy It ONTARIO MEAT ft QROCERY CO. The Home of Good Eats and Low Price Phone 3 and 131 DKPA11TMKNT bTOltlS" Every Day a Bargain Day Dependable Merchandise "Not 4ho Cheapest, But. the Best" RADER UROS. ' ONTARIO ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Appliances and Wiring CLEANERS We will Clean and Dye for You ' at the ONTARIO PHESSAUY HARDWARE MONULTY HARDWARE CO. Satisfaction Guaranteed TAG 0 ART HARDWARE CO. Malheur County's Largest Hardware Store TROXELIi IMPLEMENT QO. Farm Operating Equipment McCormlck, Deerlng and P. ft O. MRS BLANCHE C. ANDERSON Hemstitching 10c per yard Phone 42-W P. O, Box 516 UAKKIUES PURITY BAKERY Ernest Barcus, Prop, All Kinds ot Dreads, Cakes and Pastry NOTIONS VARIETY STORE More than a thousand Article for the home TUB HUD One of 40 Store Will Save You Real Money E. A. FRASER Hardware aud Qroeerle JEWELERS- PURN1TURK H. R. UDICK Plumbing and Heating Domeatlo Water Systems ONTARIO TRADING CO. Successors MO DOWELIi FURNITURE CO. A. L, McDowell, Mgr. ft Pre. J, D. Ingram, Seo'y. ft Treas. BLACKABY JEWELRY STORE Home of i "QltU that Lost" HENRY MILLBR i. Watchmaker, Jewelry Our Motte: Honesty First E. PARRISH New and Second Hand Furniture Acros from Boyer Broa. Store DYKON TURNED, Signs ONTARIO REAL ESTATE CO. Farm Laods City I'rojerty Iasuraaco & Restal MACHINERY V. W. MAItSDEN General Repair aad Machine Work rS k vV 4 lor saie, u. a. v, cy aiauuu l'