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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1918)
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10GAL AND PERSONAL!
Judge C. M. Stearns ( about again
having cnquered an attack of the flu
MIm Joyce Turner who haa been
attending school at tha College nf
Idaho at Caldwell returned to her
noma Mr to spend tha holiday.
Ptt. Hugh Clamant hi homa on a
falough from Camp iwli visiting
hla mother Mra. Helen Clement.
him. George Swltser of Owyhee
spent Chrlatmaa with relatives hara.
lira. Ooy mingle and baby daught
er Ellen Nina came down Friday from
Weatfall to apwd Christmas week
with har mother Mr. Robert Ofloll
Walter Oramta reached home to
day after being In tha service for
GERMS IN ITALY
Tuberculosis Experts Sent ' by
Red Cross Win Use Lat
fwrorrmt w i i
FAMILY I'AHNW WVU
8gt. T. H. Moore, Jr.. In home also
ob a brief visit hare during the hoi-Ideye,
V. J. Clomo srrlved home from
Camp Lewie today- Mr. Clemo hen
Jest recovered from, a aarera attack
of tha flu.
Mr. and Mra. Jack Olllard and
children and Mr. and Mra Booth
took Chrtatmaa dinner at the t'lrrv
horn wait of tha Boulevard
Mr. and Mri. J. D Mouse and
ehJIdren journeyed down from their
ranch twelve mllea above Vale In
thatr Ford to take place In the Chrlst-
eaaa reunion which was held at the
homa of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crummett
Mra. Lang and Utile daughter
Florence are recovering after an Ht
tank of tha fllu
Mrs. K. M Orelg who haa been III
tor the peat week la aow able to be
Utile Doaald Brookes Is reported
ill with tha flu
Charlotte C'lagett spent
Chrlatmaa with tha Misses Helen eud
Vina Mueller In Vale
Mies Oladya Bmlaon left last Fri
day with har uncle for a trip thru
California. She will be In the land
of aaaahlna for several months.
Jamaa Conway, formerly night
policeman, now in the Marines waa
hara thie weak lo visit his parents,
Mr. aad Mra. D. F. Conway.
J. Wesley Miller, Held secretary.
aad C. W. Tenney, preeldent of
Gooding, tha Methodist college for
tha Eastern Oregon-Idaho confen
eaoa, ware Ontario visitors Monday
Aceordiag to their report this sen dl
haa not had a case of Illness or loat
a day of school on account of the
Influents. Five new pupils regis
tered last waak. others are planning
to enter tha flrst of tha year and In
qulrtee are already coming In con
earnlag the summer ech ol for grade
pupils, high school students and
teachers who deelre to make up lost
time or to da special work.
LAND ARK APPHAIHKD
B. M. Oralg, 0. 0. Hunt and John
R. Weaver last week completed a
trip over the lands In the Warmaprlng
basin which will be covered by the
storage of water for the Wannsprlnga
ayatem The appraisal of valaaa was
made for tha district, In preparation
tor tha- condemnation proceedings
which ufy be needed unices terma
can arranged wRh tha f.U A 8. Co
HIGH SCHOOL HOLD)
CSARIarraiAM riux.lt M
Included In the unit of medical aad
lay workers which the a atari can Heat
Cross has sent to Itsly are a aasaber
af the leading nut tuberculoma work
ers of the country, sooaaered by. .she
National Tubercuioaia Aworiaao.
Ir William Charles White, who shade
the unit, Is medical director of the
Tuberculosis league of Pitiahurah.
and i r Kooert H. Bishop, the assist
ant director, Is secretary of the Aatl
Tuberrulosis League of Cleveland as
well as health commissioner of that
city. IV. John H. lawman of Cleve
land, a former preeldent of tha Na
tional Association, la another prom!
aent member of the unit. Others are
Dr. Robert Q. Patteraon, secretary of
the onlo tuberculosis Association;
Seymour H. Stone, until recaattf eec
retary of the Massachusetts Antl-Tu
berculoels League; Dr. Gertrude 8tur
gls, secretary of the New lark City
Association of Tubercuioaia Clinics,
and N A. Nelson, superintendent of the
Cincinnati Antl-Tuberculoata League.
These men and woman, at the re
quest of the Kalian government, will
co-operate with that country In apply
ing the lateat approved American
methods for combating the spread of
tuberculosis Some of them will be
charged with the establishment of
clinics where people of all agea may
be examined and treated; others will
devote their attention particularly to
preventing tuberculosis among chil
dren, and a third group will develop
health publicity aad education.
It la to the credit of the anti-tuber
ruloaie campaign In America that It
has produced special lata of each Inter
national standing that Italy wishes In
call them Into her eervlce temporarily.
Bat the campaign will be continued
unremittingly here at home. Ita sup
port during the ensuing year will be
derived not aa heretofore from the
tale of Red Cross chrlatmaa Heals, but
by a sieclal appropriation made by the
Red Cross to the National Tuherrulo
sis Aaeociallon Tuberculosis workers
on their side will line up with the Red
rose lb Ita Christmas Roll ('all for
Funeral pert tree Were held Sat
urday afternoon from the IfegJM
church for Mm r. J Orauel aim
died last Wednesday ufUr having
suffered for ten years from rhireef.
Ur-v, C H. Blom conducted the aer
vlcee, burial being made In the On
tario cemetery. JMrttyfs u.l. whose
maiden name was Christiana Qleen,
SJMJ 'bora' In' sWa'tori Minn , Sept.
1. 1876, and died Wednesday. Dec
MJS II 1111111 1 I Months
ana 17 days. Th.- death of Mra.
Oraael caused great sadneee among
all, her men friend who knew of.
her patience and love for her hus
band and children while awaiting the
end which she knew was not far
away, She leaves to mourn her
death bar husband, four daughters
and two sons, and four alaters whose
respect Ive homes are In New Plym
outh, Roswell, and Placervllle, and
one In North Dakota.
WANTED A woman to do wash
ing. Call Argus or phone 43 J tf
BUT W 8 8.
If you want help, male or female.
call Phone 110 M Ontario Ad v It
BUT W SB.
FOR SALE nice applea. Phonal
IS-II. Frultland. 4if
Prepare Now for
In Years of Peace
Found- One 30 by I 1-1 casing be
tween Ontario and Snake River
bridge. Call at V 8. Plumbing office)
Wanted- Work by strong capable girl
Pentecostal Charon of the Naaareae.
CONTBBT PON TMI JUNIOR.
A special feature darlag the Rtx)
Cross Christmas Roll Call will be a
Junior Red Croes Four Minute Men
Contest on "Why Tou Should Join the
Red Cross" The contest will be aim
liar to thoee previously conducted by
the Division of Four Mlnuts Men of
the Committee on Public Information
It will be held on Friday, December
30th, In all of the School Auxiliaries,
and friends and parents' of the pupils
will be urged to attend.
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the flu Sits waak and a smaller fac
ie result aa the Teacherage
waa quaiantlued. Mrs. Edna Griffin
le H. Joy and Mlas Lucy
are the absent teachers
Miss Smlth'a absence in
tha examinations, Bupt 11
tad aa a substitute iu
the history classes in the
4.O. K. Alkea of the Argu
ge fe the afternoon
oaer Guard girls shipped
ietgaas box to the Oregon
e Bruoe cutters camps last
Tha eafe arrival of the
east to the convalescent in
Hospital waa reported
tneir i at
men In Hi
la a roast
KING OF BELGIUM
Klng Albert of Belgium, wtte
calved an enthusiastic welcome whan
he returned U Brussels after an ab
sence ef feur years.
MOVEMENT ON FOR
Rev. 8. L. Flower, D.D.. Pastor
Order ef Hat-Then.
Sunday school it . w
Preaching ll a. m
Peoples Meeting 7.U p. sg
Prayer meeting Thurs. 7.4tpm
YnU in lliAm In tknauB
BUT W.8.8. f
ATHOMf CHURCH OF TH.g
S0 a. m.. Low Mass.
10:1 a. m . High Masa.
P.IO a. m . Catechism tx ctr boys
UAPTIHT I'lll lt:
Bible Study 10:00.
Morning Worship u-on
Gospel Service 7 .A
Prayer Meeting WthMl-dB. 7:J0.
Join with us, , , Wata N h,
Servlcebeglnn, at ,.ar m
Tou will 1 M w,lcona
(HAS H. BLOM,
- BUT W.8.8
seat jnfto bjdiBC0j1 (imrrh.
7 .SO p. m. Preaching
Ing Accounts With God
This is tha laat Sunday of the most
wonderful year in the world's an
gels. We shall aim to make these
services appropriate to the Day.
You are welcome to worship with us
HOLIDAY FKATl RB0.
Sunday, Dec 29 and Monday 80th
"QUEEN OF THE SEA1
rues, ant) Wed Dec 31 and Jan L
U. 8. Government Film
Mutt A Jeff iu At the Front-
Thursday, Jan. S.
. " SPLENDID SINNER'
. - Pstha News
1!)18 is passing. It has been porhapR, (.in
of the greatetx years in Amnricun Him
Our Nation, State, County and City, have
aa have all sections of tlic land contributed
to the great task of "Winning the War."
Wc are proud of the part that our bankim;
iustitutioiiH have taken and proud to I
had a part in that great work.
As we have all served the cninmon cause in
the year of warfare, so too, must we all
serve that cause in the days of peace now
upon us. The financial institutions of the
nation have stood the streas of war, and are
better able therefore to meet the problems
We have a great era licfore us. The next
few years will be marked by great develop
ment in the Northwest, and we believe Ml
heur county will have its hare of the bless
ings of petiM.
To all those who have aided in the making of
this institution atrong, during the past
twenty years, to our friends autl elients, we
dope that the coining ycur will be marked
hv great prosperity. May 1919 be for each
aiid all A Happy and Proiperoui Heir Tear.
Ontario National Bank
J. K. .HLACKAIIY. Preasdwnt
U ADAM, Vic Prisldsnt
W. K. HOMAN, ChashhW
C. C. DJK FRIK8. AaaL Cashier
C. R. RMIHON.
T. J. BROMNAN,
A Happy and Prosperous
luaker and Bantor girls are
aad preparations for
eqfuer "rest" room. This
on the first floor that has
vacanand haa bean the
for all broken or
worn eft fufMtare and other odds
ft a1 . ' days however
when ihJrandValing has been
plated It will be Indeed the eosy corn
er of tha high school
a at V
Bsrliu The movement to withdraw
from Oermany and create a eeperaic
republic u ,tniBt .rouad raaldlv it.
the Bhiaelaud, aocordlng to r eerie &
from Cologne to the Socialist Ver
waarta. The movement Bads Strang'
support on the part of the Clericals as
a result of the Prueslaa goveraateat's
announcement of its Intention to ets
eetabllsh the church.
Herr Theodora Wolff declares la
the Tageblatt that all south Oermauy
la dlasatlsded with c-sudilteus la Ber
lin and Is beginning to consider the
sjueetioa of leaviag the capital te lte
(ate He points out that the rsBi-yH
agMreasloa against tha eastern herder
ef Germany may have fetal can.
mees In regard te the provieteakafl
y and Sat.. Jan. 3 and 4
Katsenlamer Kid's In "Swat the Kly"
Suuiothlng coming worth y0us
while. You aU know that Charlla
Chaplin just got married of eouraJH
hut who to? Well. MILDltED HAR.
HIS, a mighty clever girl and oua
you have never seen hut one who
has hBBn Ute rsge for the laat year.
B and aee her ht "Husbands
Only" at the Dreamland Sunday and
BBBMBttX, January 5 and '. Remem
ber Mrs Charlie ehaplln Her hus
band will ha here soon in "Shoulder
WE WISH TO EXPRESS TO OUR
' MANY CUSTOMERS OUR WISH THAT
THE COMING TEAR MAT BE FOR
THEM A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
The past year has been one of trials,
and to meet the needs of our customers has
been a constant problem, but everything has
been don,- to that nd. Tile eousiderat.-
manner in which the public met the eituat
ion of food regulations has been one of the
greatest and most encouraging features of
the year. As one of the institutions dealinff
with the public we have appi
the thotfulneBH of our customers.
Therefore we are grateful t them "or
their cooperation ami thank them 'or '
Again wishing one and all a Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
A ROBINSON, Proprietor