Newspaper Page Text
THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY JUNE X, 1922.
T CLUB NOTES Big Bciid Wis First Ball Gaino The Corn club at Big Bend won the first baseball game ot the seas on from Kingman Kolony last Wed nesday, by a score of 17 to 0. The Big Bend team played superior ball in every department ot the game and worked together like a well oiled machine. As tlioro are only five boys in the Kingman Kolony1 Fig club, Overstrcet has to hustle four tho first time the team has played and with a month's practice will im prove a hundred per cent. The batteries for the gamo were Big 'Bend, Parker and Brumback; King man Kollny, Elliott and Elliott. Tho Valley View Poultry club met at the home of Mrs. Hans Oft on Thursday afternoon to discuss feeding, kinds ot feeds and equip ment for feeding. President Homer Oft called thb meeting to order and the members answerCd roll call by telling what hey were feeding their chicks. Harold Albee talked on feeding appliances,' emphasizing the fact that poultry club members could make their own mash hoppers very easily at about one fifth of what it would cost to buy them. Mrs. Oft supplied various kinds of poultry feed for inspection, and discussed value of the different feeds. The members of this club are raising 6 ducks and 115 chickens. At thecclose of, the meeting the club decided to hike to Mr. Cain's poultry farm on June 2, to inspect his houses, equipment and chicks. The meeting was adjourned after, which Mrs. Oft served refreshments. Is there a club in the county that can get up a baseball team jwhose players are not over 12 'years old? The Valley View Poultry club here by challenges any club team to a game of baseball, providing the members of that' team are not over 12 years old. The members ot the Valley View team are from 9 to 12 years. Any club that is interested should get In touch with the county club agent. Pig Club Members Meet The members of theJefferson and Oregon Slope pig clubs met with the county club agent at Mr. Carr's on Friday to Judge brood sows. After pointing out the essential points which go to make up the ideal brood sow conformation, the boys were asked to pick out the best, sec ond best and poorest ot tho sows and toll why they placed one 'sow over another. Mr. Carr then placed the animals and told the boys why he considered one sow better than an other. After the Judging the boys had a practice game of baseball. MALHEUR COUNTY REAIj ES TATE TRANSFERS RECORD ED MAY 20 TO MAY 27 State of Oregon to the heirs of Francis Ryan, NNE Sec. 16-18-38. 6422. $200.00. State of Oregon to Jessie C. Scott, W Sec. 1G-18-38. 5422. M. J. McEntee et ux to Mary B. Ely, WESE Seer 2-18-46. 51G22: $100.00. James Young to Ivor E. Williams, SWNWii, W&SW,4 Sec. 25; S NE NWSE, ESW Sec. 26 WNWli Sec. 35; E& NE Sec. 34-28-37. 52222, $2,000. C. U. Stover et ux to Johs F. Joyce, lots 10 and 20, block 89, On tario. G720. $1775. Juntura Investmen Co. to Daniel Gallagher, lots 15, block 18, Jun tura. 31C10. $10. U. S. A. to Wm. Hancock, EN W, WNE& Sec., 16-15-45. Wm. C. Hancock et ux to Mary Etta Hancock, ENW, WNE Sec. 16-15-45. 42222 $2000. U. S. A. to Joe Winters, SNEtf SEVi Sec. 34; SW&SW& Sec. 35-26-40; lot 4, Sec. 2-27-40. 41322 W. O. Baber, Sr. et al to Emily F. Reid, part of lot 2, Sec. 19-41-43. 21914. $75. Sheriff H. Lee Noo to United Assetts Co., lot 1, block 16, and lot 6, block 12, Northwest Townsite Add. to Vale. 52022. $20.85, Edwin J. Patch ot ux to Iva M. Abercrombie, part of lot 5, Sec. 33-15-47. 412722. $1.00. MARRIAGE .LICENSES ISSUED J. A. Jones and Mary Belle San ders. 62522. Clifton M. Beaumont and Emma E. Nebelsleck. 52722. ' COMPLAINTS FILED Sarah E. Fox vs. Claude C. Mc Colloch et als, 52322. Foreclosure of mortgage. $1600. H. W. Steelhammer vs. John Anders. 52322. Recovery on-ac-count. $50. Leo Charles Miller vs. John M. Thorn et als, 52522. Foreclosure ot mortgage. $520.24. Lorena Fields vs. Archio Fields. 52622. Divorce. Ruth Seaweard vs. Tom M. Sea weard, 52522. Dlvorco. Carrie Smith vs. Geo. C. Smith, 52822. Divorce and alimony. Portland. Cattlo Loan Co. vs. G. F. Wildhaber and- E. F. Diven, 5 2622.. Recovery on note. $6189.80 V OWYHEE v Work was started by the county on the bridge at the Skinner waste way about' twp -weeks ago. Tho bridge was torn out thus v suspend ing the traffic over that road which is the main road to Nyssa for South districts. For seven weeks this state of affairs has continued, neces sitatlng traffic over the rough trail along the Owyhee ditch, and people are getting decidedly impatient about it, as they know of no good reason for tho long delay. Georgia Rust made a perfect at tendance at school this year, not missing a day. Mrs. Chas. Schwelzer went to Vale Monday on official business. s Mrs. Orvllle Smith of Nampa, a recent graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic of Davenport, Iowa, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. LeRoy DeWitt at her home at Hot Springs. Geo. W. Benton and" family of Nyssa, were guests at the DeBord homo Sunday, whoro they visited With an old time friend Mrs. D. E. FORD STROMBERG CARBURETORS REDUCED FROM - $20. to $10 For Saturday Only AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. PHONE 186 Get Your Milk From TESTED COWS THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO BE SAFE IN BUYING MILK FOR THE FAMILY USE GET IT FROM A DAIRY WHOSE COWS ARE TEST ED. THE HERD OF THE STAR DAIRY HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND CLEAN AND HEALTHY AND FREE FROM CONTAMINAT ING GERMS. WE WANT OUR CUSTOMERS TO KNOW THIS "AND THE PUB LIC TOO. THOSE WHO APPRE CIATE PROTECTION FOR THEM SELVES AND FAMILY USE STAR DAIRY MILK. STAR DAIRY H. F. EMBREE, Proprietor Tufts and daughter, Margaret, who wero guests thoro. Other Sunday guests vere, Mr. and MrsT Fred Klingback and children, and Louis DeBord. Mr.' nnd Mrs. Oce Schwelzer and two little daughters spent Sunday at tho A. B. Bradney home. Mrs. Fred Green of Ontario, spent several days in Owyhee visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schwelz er and her brother, William and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pinkston, Mrs. J. W. Pinkston and Mrs. Lury Smith went to Ontario Friday. Tho. alfalfa weevil is showing up quite badly in some portions of tho community. Choir practice was held at Kilng- back's last Saturday ovoning, and will be at Pollen's this coming Sat urday, the 27(h. ' Mrs. Elsie Crawford of Montour, is visiting at the Ray Cantrell and J. P. McGlnnis homes. Ray Cantrell has completed his drainage ditch nnJ, is preparing to sluice off the land that has "gone to alkali." Sheep killing dogs are at work in the neighborhood again. A few nights ago Wm. Peutz was awak ened by the barking of dogs. Upon investigation they were found kill ing Bob EllioCs sheep, having killed three. Mr. Peutz shot one dog, and succeeded in frightening the others away. Two nights later, four of Mr. Euen's lambs were killed. A firo which was supposedly start ed in Ray Cantrell's barnyard by a discarded cigarette stub caused con siderable excitement Thursday. The wind was blowing a galo and build ings wore in danger. With the as sistance ot neighbors the fire was extinguished without burning any thing of value. Mrs. D. E. Tufts and daughter, Margaret, of Walla Walla, were guests to dinner at tho Lowe home Thursday evening. ' A bad break occured in the Owyhee ditch bank Friday morning near the Rust ranch. Adam Klingback a'nd family and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Emmett, visited from Wednesday to Friday at tho F. Klingback home. Roy James of Nyssa, is visiting his cousin, Rolla Fenn, this week. Willie. McGlnnis is putting In corn, beans and potatoes on his ranch up tho river. Kenneth McDonald and Roy Wil liams played in the Kolony ball team in their encounter with Big Bend at Adrian Wednesday. Wm." Peutz and family, accom panied by Mls3 Anna Schwelzer and "brother, Carl, and Oral Hito wont to Qntarlo Monday, where Mr. Peutz had his tonsils removed. Dr. Fortner performed tho operation. O. R. Hito made a business trip to Long Valley Thursday, return ing Saturday. ORDER APPOINTING A DAY FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT, ETC. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE COUNTY OF MALHEUR IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF JACOB PRINZING, - Deceased. C. H. SPICER, the administrator ot tho Estate ot Jacob Prinzlng, de ceased, having rendored and pre sented for settlement, and filed' in this Court his -final account of his administration of said estate, IT IS ORDERED, That Friday, the 23rd day ot June, A. D. 1922, being a day of a subsequent term of said Court, to-wit Of the June Term thereof, A. D. 1922, at 2 o'clock P. M. ot said day, bo and tho said day Is hereby appointed for tho settlement ot said account; and, that notice of said settlement be pub lished in the Ontario Argus a news paper published in Ontario, Oregon as often as once a week for four successive weeks prior to said day ot settlement. Dono this 17th day of May, 1922. (Seal) E. H. TEST, County Judge. First publication May 18, 1922. Last publication Juno 8, 1922. GOOD PASTURE AT THE OLD BLANTON iUnCHES THREE AND HALF MILES WEST AND ONE MILE SOUTn OF ONTARIO. tf. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR MALHEUR COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF P. J. CONROY,. DECEASED. Wnfrlrn fa lifirnhv crlvnn hv Tnhn F. Conroy administrator ot the es tate ot P. J. Conroy, deceased, to tho creditors of and all persons having claims against said estate, to present such claims with tho neces sary vouchers according to law within six months after tho first publication of this notice, to John F. Conroy, administrator of the Estate of P. J. Conroy, deceased at the law office of W. H. Brooko and P. J. Gallagher, in Ontario, Oregon. Tho first notlco hereof is pub lished this 25th day ot May 1922. John F. Conroy, ADMINISTRATOR of the Estate of P. J. Conroy, Deceased WANTED A furnished house. Five rooms. Inquire F. McCrady. Gen Del. It NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. Land Office at Vale, Oregon, May 24, 1922 NOTICE is hereby given that Alternant Sutton, of Payette, Idaho, who, on July 9th, 1917 mado Ad ditional Homestead Entry, No. 05643 for N&NW& Sec. 14 and EHNEU, Section 15, Township 17 South, Range 46 East, Willamette meridian, has filed notlco ot intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to tho land above described, boforo Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office, at Vale, Oregon, on the 6th day of July, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: George Harper, of Welsor, Idaho Chas. McBride, Ralph Griffith, C. C. Dodge, all ot Ontario, Oregon. THOS. JONES, Register NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR MALHEUR COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF JOHN A. KENNEDY, DECEASED Notice is hereby given by Fran ces E. Kennedy, administratrix ot the Estate of John A. Kennedy, de ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said estate to present such claims with the necessary vouchers according to law, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to Frances E. Kennedy , administra trix of the Estate of John A. Ken nody deceased, nt the law office of W. H. Brooke and P. J. Gallagher, in Ontario, Oregon. The first notice hereof is pub lished this 25th day of May, 1922. Frances E. Kennedy ADMINISTRATRIX of the Estate of John A. Kennedy, Deceased. LOST Black and gray mixture overcoat, between Intarlo and Vale. Philipsborn make. Roward for re turn of same to L. M. Seaweard Plumbing Shop. ltp. FOR SALE 62 acres under Warm Spring Project three miles west of Ontario, known at Springer ranch, $600.00. Write Geo. H. FoBtpr Co. Baker, Oregon. May 25 Aug 31 pd. Tonic food value, body, real quality is in eveiy bottle of Bxidweiser Made famous by the manufacturers of Bevo, A.B. Ginger Ale, A.B. Root Beer, A.B. Draught, A.B. Barley MaltSyrup, Malt Nutrine and other products. h ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC, ST. LOUIS Blumauer & Hoch Boyer Bros. & Co. Wholesale Distributors Portland, Oregon Local Distributors Ontario, Oregon "SeeMcFall and See Better" DR. J. A. M'PAIL Eyesight Specialist, Ontario, Ore. WB GRIND OUR OWN LENSES Phone 147Jt o CONDENSED REPORT OF FIRST NATIONAL- BANK 'OF ONTARIO. OREGON As Made to the Comptroller of Currency at the CIose,of Husiness May 5th, 1922 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $411,503.60 Overdrafts 1,461.67 Bonds and Warrants 46,040.07 t Banking House nnd Fix tures 39,118.66 Other Real Estate 18,160.18 CASH 170,740.87 LIABILITIES Capital $ 50,000.00 Surplus and Profits 60,740.05 Circulation "..., 12,500.00 Ro-discounts NONE Bills Payable NONE DEPOSITS 070,774.10 $693,015.14 $693,016.14 VV THE OLD RELIABLE GASH RESERVE OVER 30 NO BORROWED MONEY Directory of Ontario's Business Firms DR. J. A. MC FALL Eyesight Specialist Eye Glasses and Spectacles REIIISEN & RYAN The Home ot Good Eats and Low Prices Phones 8 and 131 ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK Tho Oldest Bank In Malheur County "Service that Serves" Capital and Surplus $100,000. HOTEL WILSON The "Homey" Hotel of Malheur County. Good Meals 40c TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO. Farm Operating Equipment McCormick, Deerlng and P. & O. VARIETY STORE More than a thousand Articles tor the borne THB INDEPENDENT MARKET Phones 6 and 135 If Its Good Jo Eat We HaTfl.lt If It's Farm Produce We Buy It ,PURITY BAKERY Ernest Barcus, Prop. All Kinds of Breads, Cakes and Pastry OSBORN MILLINERY Nell O. Bedford, Prop. The Only Exclusive Millinery Store This Side of Salt Lake MORB'8 MILLINERY & NOVELTY SHOP Palymro Waists Women's Drossei And Sport Clothes RADER BROS. Dependable Merchandise "Not the Cheapest, But tho Best" Signs UYRON TURNER XV. L. IIAZELTINE Watchmaker, Jowolry All Work Guaranteed BLACKABY JEWELRY STORK Home of "Gifts that Last" ONTARIO PHARMACY O. M. Castleman, Prop. Prescription Specialist Victor Phonographs Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks THE HUB One of 40 Stores Will Rave You Real Money H. R. UDICK Plumbing and Heating Domestic Water Systems TAOGART HARDWARE CO, Malheur County's Largest Hardware Store J. O. McCREIGHT HARDWARE Satisfaction Guaranteed