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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1919)
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America's Greatest Work
Be Prepared for Annual Xmas Membership Drive of Red Crosa
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ttoo. F. Kenton wan a Monday via
ttor hern from Bnhna.
Frank Vines, County Commission
er-elect, was a Vale visitor here Frl
Wm. Flfer of
guest thU week
Council was the,
of his brother Ed
Mr. and Mr. J. F. Vail were In
town Thursday from their ranch
H. F. Lamp of Bolae, and P. J
Hanly of Portland, were here Friday
on a cattle deal
II. R Douglas left Wednesday to
attend the superintendent Conven
tion In Portland.
Mm. Don Prultt returned from
Pendleton Monday evening where she
has been visiting relatives.
Cart W. Fegtly. Lee Noe. Thos. B.
Woodaln and Lt. Ernest B. A. Beck
man were In town Thursday.
J. I. MoDoneld and Jams P.
Stevenson from the Vancouver bar
racks, spent their holidays here.
N. Alexander returned to Boise
Monday, after he waa relieved from
work In the store by San Creem.
Wm. Haher and his sister Miss
Alios Haher of Council were the
guests Bunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
A. Breoount la taking a layoff from
his work on the Ontarlo-Brogan run
on account of rheumatism, a heri
tage of an Influenaa attack.
C. II Peterson arrived In Ontario
Monday from hla ClrcLa Bar ranch In
Harney County to spend New Year's
WRh his family.
Tom Turnbull brot down two
thousand head of sheep Thursday, to
plaoe on the B. B. Wood rsnch where
he also has two hundred cattle.
Donald McDonald, retired sheep
man troiM Draweey, Is stopping In
Ontario on his way to Pennsylvania
where he Intends to spend the winter
Miss Kuth Harvey of llanxun Ida.
Is bore this week the guest of her
father and mother Mr snd Mrs J H
Ursa ley She will return on Sunday
W W Walker Is up aud about
after wrestling with the flu for some
time. The members of his family
who have beeu III are all well again.
Mr Morris Hart, recently muster
ed out of the service, and hla wife,
formerly Miss Ivy Looney of this city
stopped off for a few days to lslt
Miss Neva Hll)lngsly and Miss
Daisy Ernst, who liuve been the guests
of the former during the holidays,
are leaving today for O. A C , t
resume their studies
According to word received here
by C It KmUon, Ills daughter, Miss
Ulsdys accompanied by a cousin snd
her uncle, is leaving San Francisco
Dim week for a visit in Honalula.
Last Friday evening, an Old fash
ioned pound party took place at the I
Methodist parsonage, at which liev. '
1. uncouth and his family were pre- ;
sented with many useful ami Mib
Two churche, the lIupllM aud tlM
Methodist, held wulcli parties Tues
day evening and with program and
refreshment!) passed uwuy the hours
pleasantly while waiting for the ar
rival of the New Year.
Mrs.- Caroline lwl and her graud
daughtef, Mrs Freda Tuurjee. of
Scraulon, Pennsylvania, arrived In
Ontario ou Christmas djay for an
indefinite stay with Mrs Lewis' ,
daughter, Mrs A. Jaqulsh Juat a
day or two after her arrival Mrs.
Lewis had the misfortune to fall i
down a stairway at the Jaqulsh homel
and severely Injured her side from!
which she is still suffering '
THE YEAR 1919
R. B. Marsh of Wendell was in
P. R. Soars was a Brogan visitor
Julian A. Hurley of Vale waa in
town t ridny.
i Ed Nelson of Burns wan vIsitlnK
Lloyd McRae was here from Rlvor-
B J. Conroy was down from Jun
J. R. Hamatreet waa In town from
P. M Weatfall was a Parma visi
tor here Saturday.
D. B. Mastomon from Juntura
visited here Thursday.
W. C. Talllnger of the U. 8. R. B
waa In town Tuesday.
C. H. Hauck of Nampa waa a bus
Inesa visitor here Friday.
Robert Won., mm, returned from
Camp Lewis, win here Friday.
Mrs. Dorothea Loniway has boon
on the eh'k list for the paat week.
Mian t i linydell la the latost of
the teaching force to contract In
fluenaa. Martha ami Henry Lambert from
Jordon Valley were visiting here:
C. O. Plnney. former conductor on
the Crane train, haa resumed hla
Sgts. 'nil Orcutt and Theo Moore
returned to Camp Lewla Monday
Rmll and C. W. Hodeon and J. D
Tn lor were Brogan yJor here
Warren J. Yoachum from Camp
Dodge registered at the Moore Hotel
Harvey Teat returned Saturday to
Seattle where he Is In the Radio ser
vice at the U. of W.
R. A. Bowman left Monday to take'
up his headquarters at Twin Falls
where ha Is feeding sheep.
Harry chapman purchased 150
head of cattle and shipped them to
Rawlins, Wyo.. the last of the week
Mr and Mrs. L. B Tudor of Hum
were In town Friday In order that
I Mr. Tudor might reoelve medical
A certain well-to-ilo young business man
called at a bank the other day and askril for
a loan of $500.00. The banker promptly
took Ins personal note for the amount.
Why could In- do tins' Simply became
as a young man lie roiiimi-upad cloinfl DUB
iiiiss thru the hank. He had h-anii'tl early
in life that the hank Oould help him in mam
ways ami tin- banker learnt l thai I
young man pai I ticker and oould be de
pended Upon, In fact tarli bad liaiiicd to
stay by the other. Young men, there is a
lesson in this for you. Start now doing TOW
business thru a good hank like ours. Stay
by us and we will stay by you.
First National Bank
"Tills year I will Hie ax
"I will be filled with good
A good reaolatioa for anjuse to make oo the thrtwhold of a M.w YEAR.
I.AUT YKAR IS OONK; KOKORT IT.
Last Us build, however, upoa the ashes of a da I paat a luura oenuaueut fouuUaliou for (utuce kuciea.
THE NEW YEAH Bade us bcSter prepared titan ever to luuulto our eier lacreaalug busiiteaa. 'Hie uiauiufaciurlng cud in running like cltx kwork; our dUtrlbuliug yards are marteln
of afllrirasry aa purveyon of buUdiag uuUerlal to a critical public; laot, but not lea, our architectural depart incut lut. beeu dr.eloMI to a higli point of artistic aud practical erfectlou
of which we are jaatly proud.
THIS ARCHITKiTlAL SEHVK K to FREE INVESTIGATE IT MAKE USE OF IT.
" M ! '
E. C. Van Petten Is In Pendleton
C. R. Rmlson returned Saturday
from ntrlp Into the Interim
Helen Hlom who spent Christmas
with her parents returned to BfjBB
A. E. Brown Is home again after a
trip Into the Diamond Valley after
The Lnxon children, four In number
were 111 with slight attacks of flu Inst
week but are up again,
Fodr members ot the family of (V
O. Leuhrs were III this week with the
flu but are all better now.
D. M. Taggart who has been III
with the flu during the week la re
ported greatly Improved.
Mlssea Irene Irene Rader and Rena
Adam la' this evening for Eugene
tn resume their studies at the U. of O.
Mrs. C. 8. Watson truffered slightly
rill the flu this weiV as did her
laughter, Mlaa Alloa but both are
I ttle Mlaa Jean Aiken Is one '
t1 flu patlens who suffered form
r implications of the dlaaaae this
week, but la Improving again
Mr. and Mra. P. J. Gallagher en
tertained at cards last evening, five
hundred waa the game played by:
Maasers and Masdames, H R. Doug
lass, W. H. Brooke, H. L. Peterson
and the hoot and hostess.
The flu attacked six members of
the Ben Crnmmett family last Fri
day and Saturday both Mr. and Mrs.
Crummatt ware III aa wall as four
of the children. They are reported
In batter condition thta week.
Mra. J. D. Billlagsley waa the hos
tess for the first meeting of the Car
nation club held this season. The
club members gathered at the llll
lingsley home on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. V. B. staple and Dr It 0,
Payne ware the high point winners.
FOR BALE OH TK Alii: line I : i :
Cheverlot In first clans condition
tor cash, hay or milch cows. In
quire at Ontario Auto Co. garage. 3t
HOT LAKE, tilth: . JAN. I. ltlK
Word has beeu received from Dr
W. T. Phy that he haa secured his
release from the Government service
I at ieiivnuan ueunrsi iionpimi, nan
Francisco, and will be permanently
st home at the Hot Luke Sanato
rium about the tenth of January.
HOT LAKE SAN'ATORII M
He Do It?
cheer aud courage." ,
mong the student returning M
take up their collage work wen' the
boys who left Wednesday evening:
Bernard Under, Paul Van Patta
Marcus Plnney. H.I I . ,,
W., and Arthur Cm krtim to () C
Pentecostal (Tiurch of the Niinn-iu-East
Rev. 8. I. Flowers, D.D., Pator
, Order of Services.
Sunday school it) a. m
Peoples Meeting 7.1C p. m.
Prayer meeting Thurs 7.4Sp.m.
Vou are welcome to those services.
CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE
I 30. m.. Low Maaa.
1030 a m . High Maas.
:S0 a. tn., Catechism for the hoys
Aran CHURCH NOTES
Bible Study 10:00
Morning Worship 11:00.
Evening Service 6 SO
Next week Is the week of prayer
and services will be held iaTi even
ing at 6:10, new time.
You will be welcome.'
CHAS. II HLOM.
MethmtUt Eitscoial Church
SUNDAY SEH VICES
10 a. m Sunday School.
11 a. tn Preaching, "Our
tern." Sacramental Service.
7:30 p. m. Preaching, "(Jo For
ward." This Is the flsst Sunday of the Now
Year. Let us make a good start oud
be at church.
Last Thursday owning u gooill
number of people made a surprise
visit to the parsonage A pleaaant
evening was spent during which
refreshments were served Ah a
result of the gathering the parson
age pantry Is wall tockcl with I
thltiK" Thauk you, come iikuIii
vie imvc two car
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