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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1919)
' THE OXTArtJO tUi H. O.YTAfMo. OREGON. TttCMDAV sVUrVAafJT . Il. f
ONTARIO PHARMACY "fc
th RRXAix stoimb
America's Greatest Work
Be Prepared for Annual Xmas Membership Drive of Red Cross
Town Topics Tersely Told
Ml:.s Loo:.u ltutler is quite III wild
Influenza this week.
MImh lli'tii' In another of tlifl IIIkIi
School tonrliors to contract the flu.
Mr. and Mri Albert Christiansen
nre the prjud pa eiitn of an elghl
pound daughter who arrived Saturday
Mid Smithson, a Salt Lake nurse,
stopped In Ontario last week whil"
on her war to Vale.
ft N. Brown win a Crane visitor
heie the laat of the week.
Win Connolly wna a New Yoar'
vlaltor here from Weirtfall
Miss Emma Jonas ami Mrn. Krnlly.
aftlMOl of Vnle ImIi imI here Thurs
day II I Si l.llppl-ll, of Hal, IT, UM TO-
now iik old ti'iiiainlancoK here,
MIhki'im Mm' and M8f8Jt8l HSxSaaj
with their liiotiipr. l 9 Murphei.
were down from lleiibh H;ilimlin
Jack Muiiiford and W. It Helen
were In town Sunday from Jordan
J B. UwrriiiK visited here Satur
day from IroiiHlde.
ed here this week.
W. n. Mclntuff ns in town Fri
day from Caldwell.
H It. Clark vUited here from Crane
Kugent tirslse. from Boise, waa In
Hazel Daley waa a Vale vlaltor here
O, W. Porter, of W'elaer roglsf r :
ut the Moore Hotel Friday.
R. (). Sail wan In town Tuesdnv
from Iteulali. .
Mm. John llausermun v .sited . . ie
from I liuper Thursday
W. S Perkins w: IWI from tTO
i. i. Huiii. : o( M iheii visit'
, ,1 .nre IiihI I
J. It S . i I . a (ionihiiK , It
itor hen 'sr's day.
B7, K l'i i .ii. Iin iml G i I"1
ttM who nre feeding shetip on tlM
llench were here Saturday from Mid-vale.
W. , Miller of Nampii In aubslltul
Ing an rum ' 'or on the Crane train,1
while C. C i'lin-y la reentering fromi
r i an n -wiiifrson wax a iisk't ., ..
first grade. Mlaa Dlcknelt la a grad
uate of the Lewlston State Normal
School and taught laat year at Mevan,
Frank tlrlttlngham and family mo
tored to Vale New Year' day and
took dinner with the Ernest Adam's
A farewell pnrty waa held Saturdav
afternoon at the A. L. McDowell
home in honor of Mr and Mrs. Joe
llrown. who left the first of the week
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Let son are In
Portland this week.
C. It Kmlson and A E. Prown left
TneHilH.v morning for t'rane.
L. O. Wilson and H C and C I
l"; .lork were In town Friday from
L .. If. c. Oeer stopoed In town
Su i.r ii way home to llurnx
I.' I Gee- iiaa heen In the hit
inthn, of which he Hpenl In th
James II Hell Ju I rcc i,ved a
hi r from her hushand, I'M James
itell. b0 to nerving with f 1 1 - iior
in i:p.-litlo nary POTOM In Trance.
under date of November I'll xtntlng
that he was In a Hase Hospital re
MVSrtBf, from wounds recelwd while
in Htlon Novemle'r 8.
I;, II r Ied his triilning at (amp
Utwk and was trnnsfered to Camp
Merroft. N J. In June ami Bailed from
there averseai In July He is a mem
ber of Co. B 3A1 Infantry in the
famous 91st Division.
visitor here, Tuesday.
J. P. Joyce was s Saturday ilsltor
III town from .Minium
Mr and Mrs. Jack Ijtndls, of Per
ms were visiting here Saturday
A, 1. Maker. Ed and J W. Machsm
were here Monday from Uolse, to see
iiliinii c csttle.
Mrs F C Clef and nephew. M. T.
iCoaaor. from Westfall stopped hero
Mrs Mallelt was In town Mondsy "" to '"Isnd
on her way to Poise -
Mrs. Lucy Fos Is absent from
W. M. Lsmbert visited hern from school this week because of a son
Jordsn Vslley, Isst week.
John snd Howsrd Kelthly ware
Mldvale viators here Saturday.
Miss Mae Piatt Is quarantined be
cause of her exposure to Influenza
aud her place Is being taken In the
O- B. Weed, of Portland was a grades by Charlotte Clagett.
Mondsy visitor hers. o-
o Mr. snd Mrs. Herman Caldwell snd
Mrs Qeo E. Coolsy. of Bolss was small daughter, Wanda, arrived hero
vlaltlng hers Fridsy I New Year s Evs. after sn extended
a 'stay in Washington snd have again
R. H. I.orkett and W. S. Perkins uksa up their restdenes here
wars here Sunday from Brogan
Mrs. W. P. Homsn is again in her
old place at the East Side School
where the enrollement. 48, ia the
largest during the year
Too Late to Classify.
llol'SK FOR SALE:has s sitting
room 12x14; kltchln 14x8 and porch
7x14 :ls located on the Owyhee near
Pete Htsiu s plsce. Will sell fori ISO
Inuulre of Henry Raul, Ontsrlo.--t
FOR "ALE: Tent 30x0 with ,t
foot wall, made of 10 oz duck. Is In
(air Klupa. Can be reen at camp
near Malheur Butte. I rice 140
Inpulre of H. A. Arneaon, Ontario.
For Trade Improved 440 acre
raucli locsted In Harney county
Would like to trsde for s smaller
(arm near some good school Or
would consider suberlon property tt
Address tleo W. Wyst. But 416,
on is rid. Oregon.
Beulab V. Lewis, of BonlU. was in
H. 8. Bower snd L Bower were
here isst week from Crane.
Mrs. A. M. Ward snd MUs Blanche
wore down from Beulab Thursday.
Lee Howell waa hare from Drswsey
Dewey, Ed and Geo. Lsrsen were In
from Junturs Friday.
Mrs Bessie Lone and children were
In town Sunday from Harney.
8. A Staufleld was hers Thursday
from Malheur city.
Frank Schumway waa visiting here
from Riverside Friday.
Mrs. M. C Hsssell. from Pendleton
as In town Mondsy.
Win Bsine visited here Saturday
J. I Brant, of Huntington was in
Kod McArtbsr was wars ibis week
Mr. sad Mrs C W Pel, wars bars
nl week, from Huntington
Gaarar sf aaaa, waa aaaa
FOR SALE 8eed barley Connell
Cox, R. F. D. No. x, Ontrlo, Ore.
Miss Helen Blckneil of Csldewll. Is
s new teacher In the Grammar school.
tsklng Miss Feuwlck's place in the
I will unload a carload of floe Bur
bank potatoes In Ontario on or about
January 15th Price $1.86 per hun
dred st the csr H. L. YORK.
ii i i i .i .i i en n
release frem the Government service
st Letterman General Hospital, San
Francisco, and will be permanently
at home at the Hot Lske Sanato
rium about the tenth of January
HOT LAKE SANATORH'M
Peotdrostal Chorrh of the Nazarene,
Ksv. S. I,. I Iiiio-k, D.D., Pastor
Order of Services.
Bunday school 10 a m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Peoples Meeting 7.16 p. m.
Prsysr meeting Thurs 7.4f,p
You are welcome to these MTftoM
CATHOLIC fHiriUTH OF THE
8:30 s. m . Low Mass
10 30 a in . High Mass.
9:30 s. m.. Cateihlsm for the boys
IIAPTIHT till III II NOTEN
Bible Study 10:00.
Morning Worship 11:00.
Kw-nlng Serylce ii
Next wick In tin, week of prawf
anil services will be held em h BTMI
iik at i; :in, new lime
Oil w III he weh nine
i ll s II IH.OM.
We have two earn Lignite I
Cosl from . Kenimer, .
which we are selling at
at the bin. This is not as good as some other high grade loal,
but Is cheap Coal nt the price offered. Add 71V per ton for
town delivery. Try some of it.
Van Pet ten Lun ber Co.
E. W DUNN
"The Iowa Man"
Hsvs soM Llvcftick nnd Gen r.il IV. i in Sales In Oiegon and Idaho
F r past 14 yen.h I Guiirinlei, my Work.
Call i, ll. it. 27C-W Ps)elli', lilnln.
Ml IIHHIIS1 I III III II
10:00 a in. Suiidio M I
11 a. in I'reai IiIiik ' 'I'uiilng (he
First ThlngH First. "
7 p in Preaching "The Power of
Please note the time of the evening
servloe Is 7 o'clock new time
An interesting series of Cottage
meetings have been hell nightly this
week. The meeting Friday evening
is at the home of Miss Doty.
Wo expect to begin a series of Evan
gelistic services January III with the
District Superintendent helping Rev
Aldrlch has had much experience In
such campaigns snd we expect much
good to be accompanied thru this effort
TO THE DAIRYMEN
The Red Shield 'reamery Company,
1508-1510 Western Ave., S.-altlr.
Pays ,73c for Rutterfat delivered
Seattle, as the market stands today.
Tell Your Neighbors
Checks and Cans Returned Promptly
I'NITED PKErSBVTERIAN rill i it
10:00 a. m. Sunday School
Sermon sujsct, "Prsysr".
For the Bent Quality of
Call at the Argun Office
HOT LAKE. ORE . JAN. 8. ltli
Word hsa been received from Or
W T Phy that he has secured hit
How Could He Do It?
A certain well-to-do young bUsVJxMM man
called at a bank the other day ami asked for
a loan of $500.00. The banker promptly
took bis personal not lot tin- uinotiiit.
Why could he do this. Simply because
as a young man he commenct-d doinjr bus
iness thru the bank. He had learned early
in life that the bank could help him in many
ways and the banker learned that this
young man was a sticker and could be de
pended upon. Tn fact eaeh had learned to
stay by the other. Young men, there is a
lesson in this for you. Start now doing your
business thru a good bank like ours. Stay
by us and we will stay by you.
Compare the Food Energy Content
of Various Food Products With
"The Thrift Spread"
Calories per lb
Porterhouse Steak 1100
Mutton Chops 1411
Cream Celery Soup . ISs
fnr above Sguree taken frui I'. H.
Calories per lb
Entire Wheal Flour 180
Whits Hresd 1200
tlrsuulst.il Sugar 1 7 SO
Orpt of Agrtcwlture, BaUeUn US)
Columbia Brand Oleomargarine Contains
3410 Calories to the Found
and saves a worth-while sum on your grocery bill. Taetea
good on bread Ane for frying and baking sweet, pure,
wholesome not touched by hand in manufacture or packing
tVMd Veta Dally Put sp la Waxed OdWprouf fWtos.
A QCAL1TY PRODCtrr VV THE
UNION MEAT CO., Portland, Oregon
First National Bank
OUT ABIO, OEBOOH.
Geo a Ssssasy s Vato ststtsr
Mrs. abbs Katos. sf Poittoa toU-