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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1922
I I SUMMONS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE STATE OP OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OP MALHEUR BIG POWER Jii BIG TRUCKS . One Gasoline ofQuality If you want to keep your truck trouble-proof, feed it "Red Crown" and nothing else. The quality of "Red Crown" is always the same, whenever and wherever you buy it. It vaporizes rapidly and uniformly in the car buretor. And it is consumed com pletely in the combustion cham bers, converting otfits heat units into power at the driving wheels. That means a better .average mileage, and a sweeter-running engine. Fill at the Red Crown sign at Service Stations, garages, and other dealers. STANDARD OH. COMPANY (California) Banking Service , We have three officers who have lived in this county for at least FORTY years. Our other officers have lived here several years, and we think our experience .can be of value to citizens of this community. We are to be of service wherever possible, and will be glad to talk over any business or any financial problems with you. Ontario National Bank Oldest Bank in Southeastern Oregon Joel Looper ana Bryant Loopor, Plaintiffs vs. K. S. D. Fruit Land Company, a corporation; Albert Bellsle; Hen ry Bollslo; Mary Ann Bellsle; Albert J. Appoll; Julia Kleool; Wilhelmino Paulino Shearman: Mary A. Thompson; Frod W. Klo sol; .Etta Johnson; Minnie Neece; Lillio Ambrose; Anna Dale; Charles L. Thompson; Robert A. Thompson, Jesse E. Thompson; Mabel Morgan; Charlie Braco well; Gerald Bracewell; Robert Bracewell and Vera Bracewell, Defendants. To Mary Ann .Bellsle, Albert J, Appoll, Etta Johnson, Lillio Am brose, Mabel Morgan, Charlio Brace well, Gerald Bracewell, Robert Bracewell and Vera Bracewell, bolng nine of the above named Defen dants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, You and each of you are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or before the expiration of six weeks from the date of the first publica tion of this summons, the same be ing the last day of the time pre scribed by order of the court direct ing service of summons in said suit to be made upon you by publication; and It you fall so to answer, for want thereof, tho plaintiffs will ap ply to the court for the relief de manded in said complaint to-wlt: For a decree of said court quiet ing plaintiffs' title to the following described tract of land situated in Malheur County, Oregon, tewit: "Commencing at a point 1335 feet West and 30 feet North of the Southeast, corner of Section 7, Twp. 19 South, Range 47 E. W. M and running thence North 1133.35 feet, thence East 265 feet, thence South 1133.35 feet, thence West 265 feet to point of beginning, and embrac ing and Including therein what has heretofore been known and de scribed as Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6 and 7, of Block 13, and all of Block 14, In the Village of Arcadia in Malheur County, Oregon; and adjudging that you and each of you have no right, title, estate or Interest in said lands, and. that plaintiffs' title to the same Is good and valid, and for all other relief demanded in said complaint. You are further notified that this sdmmons Is served upon you by pub lication in pursuance of an order of the Hon. Dalton Biggs, Judge of the above entitled Court, which said order was made and entered in said cause on July 13, 1922, and directed that this summons be published once each week tor six successive weeks in the "Ontario Argus". The date of the first publication of said summons Is on July 13, 1922, and the Inst publication is on August 24, 1922. WELLS W. WOOD, Attorney for Plaintiffs. My residence and postofflce ad dress is Ontario, Oregon. GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an Order of Sale, duly made and entered by the Coun ty Court of the State of Orogon for the County of Malheur, on the 29th day of July, 1922, in the matter of the Guardianship Estate of Newton F. Zahller, a minor, tho undersigned guardian of said 'minor -will, on and after the 9th day of September, 1922, at the law office of Wells W. Wood in Ontario, Oregon, offer for salo, and sell at private sale, in ono pared, for cash in hand, sub ject to confirmation by said County Court, tho following described tract of real estate owned by said minor, to-wit: The North-east Quartor of Section Thirty-one In Township Sixteen South, Range Forty-four East W. M in Malheur County, Oregon. Done and dated and first pub lished this 10th day of August, 1922. ANNIE E. CARLILE, Guardian of tho estate of Newton F. Zahller, a Minor. Last publication September 7, 1922. Successful Graduates Are the Best Recommendations of O. A, C. Tills Institution offers a thorough, practical, and standard educa tion at a cost within reach of the high school graduate. It offers training for collegiate degrees In: Agriculture . Mines Commerce Pharmacy Engineering and Mechanic Arts Vocational Education , Forestry 'Chemical Engineering Home Economics Military Science and Tactics It offers training also in: The School of Music; Physical Edu cation, Industrial Journalism. . Fall Term Opens September 18 , ' For circulars of Information and illustrated booklet, write to THE REGISTAR, OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Oorvallis, Oregon "See McFall and See Better" DR. i. A. HTML Eyesight Specialist, Ontario, Ore. WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES Pbone 147J BONDS CALLED FOR rAYMENT MALHEUR COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8, OREGON Notice Is hereby given that the total remaining outstanding block of an lssuo of 146,000 bonds of the above-mentioned school district, dated April 1, nineteen hundred and eleven, due April 1, nineteen hundred and thirty-one; optional for redemption on and after April 1, nineteen hundred and twenty-one being bonds numbered 1 to 92, in clusive, In denominations of $500 each are called for payment and will be paid on and after September 1, nineteen hundred twenty-two at the County Treasurer's office at Vals, Oregon, and no Interest will be al lowed after September 1, nineteen hundred twenty-,two. W. L. TURNER, Clerk, Malheur County, School District No. 8,, Oregon. First publication July 27, 1922 FOR SALE 62 acres under Warm Spring Project three miles west of Ontario, known as Springer ranch, $600.00. Write Geo. H. Foster, Co. Baker, Oregon. May 25 Aug 31 pd. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of an execution in foreclosure Issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for tho County of Malheur, dated the 14th day of Aucust. 1922. and directed to mo, upon a decree and order of sale rendered in tho said Court on the 14th" day of Aug ust, 1922, whoroln Lewis Nodle as plaintiff recovered Judgment and decree against Arthur C. Miller and Virginia C. Miller as defendants for the sum of $1,000.00, with interest thereon from the 26th day of May, 1920, at the rate of olght per cent per annum, (less the sum of $70.00 paid thereon on tho 20th day of May, 1921) and $100.00 attorney's fees, and further costs of $17.50. which judgment and decree further directed the salo of tho following described real property, situated iu Malheur County, Oregon, to-wlt: The East Half of tho East Half of theSouthwest Quarter of the South east Quarter (EESVUSE), Section 23, Township 16 South, Range 47, E. W. 1., containing ten (10) acres, together with all ditch and water rights thereunto belong ing. I will on Monday', the 18th day of September, 1922, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the foronoon of said day, at the north main entrance door of the County Court House in Vale, Malheur County, Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, all right, title and Interest which said defendants had on the 4th day of May, 1920, and now haire In said real property with the appurtenances, to satisfy said judgment and decree In favor of said plaintiff and against said de fendants, together with said at-' torney's fees, and Interest and nc- NOTICE OF THE INTENTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ONTARIO, OREGON, TO IMPROVE THE FOLLOWING STREETS AND AVENUE, TO WIT: OREGON, RICHARD SON AND VIRTUE STREETS AND TENNESSEE AVENUE, VIZ: Ininrovlne Orecon Slrent fmm Ua intersection with the pavement on Illinois Avenue, north, to Its Intor section with tho Alley north of uiocks Four (4) and Fivo (5) in Riversldo Addition to- the said City of Ontario, in tho following manner to-wit: 1 By grading said Stroet to the proper subway. 2 By covering the surfaco thereof with gravel, for a width of sixteen (16) feet and a depth of five (5) Inches. 3 By laying sewer pipes where nd cessary; by laying concrete headers whoro necessary. 4 By constructing street monuments where necessary. 5 By constructing street drainnire where necessary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON, FOR MALHEUR COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF CLARENCE W. HO WARD, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given by tho un dersigned administrator of the Es tate above named, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the Estate of Clarence W. Howard, deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers accord ing to law, within six months after tho first publication of this notice at the. home of the administrator of said estate at Vale, Oregon, or at the office of the attorneys of said estate. Tho first notice 'hereof rs pub lished In the Ontario Argus, this 3rd day of August, 1922. ANDREW W. HOWARD, Administrator of said Estate. BROOKE & GALLAGHER, Ontario, Oregon, attorneys for estate above named. cruing costs upon said sale. Dated at Vale, Orogon, this 15th day of August, 1922. H. LEE NOE, Sheriff. By C. W. Glenn, Doputy. Date of first publication August 17, 1922. Date of last publication September 14, 1922. Date of sale September 18, 1922, at 11 a. m, NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice Is hereby given that by vir tue of Section 4291, Oregon Com piled Laws 1913, the MnlliQUr County Board of Equaliz ation, will meet on the Second Mon dayof September, 1922, at the Coun ty Court House, Vale, Malheur County, Oregon, to publicly exam ine tho 1922 Assessment Rolls, and to correct errors in valuation, de scriptions, or qualities of lands, lots or othor property assessed by tho Assessor of Malheur County, all persons Interested shall appear at the time and place appointed. Andrew M. Graham, Assessor. Dated at Vale, Malheur County, Oregon, this tho 12th day of August, 1922. First .publication August 17. 1922. Last publication September 7, 1922. By constructing concrete culverts where necossary. i By constructing a concrete side walk, eight (8) feet in width and a concrete curb, fourteen (14) feet from the property lino, on the west side of Block Two (2) and on tho oast side of Block Eloven (11). In said City of Ontario. 8 By constructing a concrete side walk, five (5) feet in width and a concrete . curb, fourtoen (14) feet from tho property line, along tho west side of Blocks 1-152-163-164 and 155 and along the east side of Blocks 10-106-107-108 and 109, all In said City of Ontnrlo. 9 By constructing a concrete side walk four (4) feet in width on the east side of Block Four (4) in Riv ersldo Addition to said City of Ontario. 10 By constructing concrete curb fourteon (14) feet from the prop erty line along tho. west side of Blocks Fivo (5) and Seven (7) and along the east side of Blocks Four (4) and Eight (8) all in said Riv erside Addition to said City of On tario. Improving Richardson Street by constructing a concrete sidewalk fivo (5) feet In width along tho East side of Block Nineteen (19) In said City of Ontario. Improving Virtue Stroet by con structing a concrete sidewalk five (5) feet in width along tho East side of Block Ten (10) in said Riverside Addition and along tho East side of Block 124, all in said City of Ontario. Improving Tennessee Avenue by constructing a concrete sidewalk Ontario. RICHARDSON STREET by con structing a concrelo sidewalk five (5) feet in width along the east side of Block Nineteen (19) in said City of Ontario. VIRTUE STREET by constructing a concrete sidowalk fivo (5) feet in width along the east side of Block' Ten (10) In said Rlvorslde Addition ana along tho east sldo of Block 124, all in tho said City of Ontario. TENNESSEE AVENUE by con structing a concrete sidowalk five (5) foet in width along tho south side of Block 115 in said City of Ontario. And further notice is heroby giv en, that the said Common Council will meet at tho Council Room, in tho City Hall, on tho 5th day of SeD- tember, A. D. 1922, at tho hour of eight o'clock p. m. for tho numoso of considering objectives to and pro tests against said improvements and tho assessment of property to pay tne cost thereof and all owners of property that is adjacent to said streets and avenue proposed to bo improved aro heroby called upon to appear before tho said Common Council and show causo, if any, why said Improvements should not bo made and said property assessed for the cost and oxponse thereof. Dated this 8th day of August- A. D 1922 CLAY M. STEARNS, (SEAL) City Recorder. Professional Cards LUCY LEE MILLER Violinist Pupil of R. R. .Plttenger Caldwell, Idaho Will teach In Ontario on Saturdays rhono 170 W FOR SALE five acres on hill 8-4 mile from High School under ad vancement Co. ditch with water right Fine place for chickens or garden. All good soil, Price $600. Isqalre w. H. DoolttUe Trustee. FARMERS WANTED to lease de sirable alfalfa and grain Ranches under irrigation. Ample water, no maintenance charge, good roads and schools, Llboral contract. Will rent for one, threo and fivo years with prlvelege to buy. Wo want bona fide farmers who want to make all there Is In it. Must bo properly equipped and come well recommonded. A CHANCE TO GET AHEAD. Call on or write. II. D. Eismann, Mgn Malheur Land Co., Jamleson, Ore gon. 36 tf. cigarettes . Ill wtfttSiP They are GOOD! 10' BtntUmOtmtHmUSMteMhaey fivo (5) foet In width along tho South sldo of Block 115 in said City of Ontario. THEREFORE, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. 362. passed.approvcd and effective on tho 7th day of August A. D. 1922, no tice is hereby given to "all proporty owners ntfected theroby, that the Common Council of tho City of On tario, Oregon, intends to Improve all of tho following described Streets and Avenue in said City ac cording to tho provisions of said Ordinance, roferenco to which is horeby made for greater certainty, and to assess the cost of said im provements upon tho property ad jacent thereto and especially ben efited thereby, except tho cost of all street Intersections which shall bo paid by said City. It 1b tho Council's intention to improve tho following stroots and avenue as follows, to-wlt: OREGON STREET from Its Inter section with the pavomont on Illi nois Avenuo, north, to its intersec tion with tho Alloy north of Blocks Four (4) and Fivo (5) in River side Addition to tho said City of Ontario, In tho following manner, to-wlt: 1 By grading said Street to tho proper subway, a By covering tho surface thereof with gravel, for n width of Sixteen (16) feet and a depth of five- (5) inches. 3 By. laying sower pipes where ne cessary; by laying concrete headers where necessary. 4 By constructing street monu ments where necessary. 5 By constructing a street dralnago whero necessary. 6 By constructing concrete culverts where nocossary. 7 By constructing a concrete side walk eight (8) feet In width and a concrete curb, fourteen (14) feet from the property lino, on tho west sldo of block Two (2) and on tho east sldo of Block Elevon (11) in said City of Ontario. 8 By constructing a concrete sido walk five (5) feot In width and a concrete curb fourteen (14) feot from tho property lino, along tho west sldo of Blocks 1-162-153-164 and 165 and along tho east sldo of Blocks 10-106-107-108 and 109, all in said City of Ontario. 9 By constructing a concrete sido walk four (4) foet in width on tho east side of Block Four (4) in Riv ersldo Addition to the said City of Ontario. ' 10 By constructing a concroto curb fourteen (14) foot from the prop erty lino along the west side of Blocks Five (6) and Seven (7) and along tho east side of Blocks Four DR. G. A. POGUE Office at residence, one block west and two north of Moore hotel, Phone 57W. IVAN E. OAKES Consulting Engineer Irrigation & Drainage work General Engineering Office City Hall, Ontario, Ore. DR. J. O. BARTLETT PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office in Wilson Bldg. Over Post Offlco ONTARIO, OREGON DR. R. A. MOON Chiropractic Physicians Electro-Tlicrapoutlsts Splno & Nerve Specialists Phono 108 Ontario, Oro. DRS. WEESE & FORTNER OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 12 and 2 to 6. Office over First National Bank. Telephone No. 33 J. Ontario, Oro. DR. A. R.ROBERTS Dentist UetwcL'n Ontario Pharmacy and Depot. PHONE B2-F.1 DR. HARRIET SEARS Osteopathic Physician Wilson Bldg., Over Raders Phono 40 DR. C. M. TYLER DENTIST Office In Wilson Bldg. Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Phone 117 for Appointments. wmmmmmmmmm MARSDEN'S Machine Shop For all kinds of Machine Repairing Ontario, Oregon FOR SALE RiailT Two milch Cows. Ono frosh in August, one Jorsey-Quernsoy, Also two brood Bows, ono to farrow about Sept. 1st, ono not bred. C. W. Gar rett, 3 mllos west of Ontario. 34tf Beforo selling your grain or seed boo Andrews Grain uo. (uoyer MdMaiM aald'ity'Bulldlng), Ontario, Oregon I Li I 'v s.