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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1919)
THE ONTARIO ARO. US, ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. 'JUNE 12, 1919
The Dreamland Theatre
Wishes to announce t the people of the.ru
ral districts and surrounding towns t Imt the
imrcliiints have at last secured a way In
which they can show their appreciation of"
the fanners' their value to tiiis community,
by giving them tickets, free of charge to the
Dreamland Theatre any Saturday afternoon
This ticket entitles any one residing OUtflidc
the city of Ontario. I'. s. Government war
tax must he paid at the box office. ( Ihildreii
under 16 years of age must lie accompanied
by parent or guardian. The above mention
ed tickets may he secured from any of tin
.Jenkins &. .Jenkins
Ontario Furniture Co.
I'ii-t National Rank
Mel oweii 's Exchange Btoer
( toll Variety Store
Ontario National Rank
Golden Rule Store
Taggaii Hardware ( lo
' tabnrne Millinery
Ontai m Auto Co.
Larue Blackabv, Jeweler
M.i. Bhoe Oo.
K. . Praaer
W. I. Turner
Lets Get Together and
Make This a Com
STARTS SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1919
Show Starts 2:30 p. m. 2 Shown &..
Absolutely the same show in the afternoon
that there is at night.
Chautauqua Days Are Coming
Bin Du i of real eujo iiH-ni, relaxation and
recreation. Six Daya of ptondid music, nil
tertaiiunenl and lectures Twcnty-thrtH-hig
events ellyourefor a season ticket
TWO CONCERTS FOURTH DAY
The White Hussars.
The feature musical attraction of the year
will he the coining of the White litis
are ;( spleudid "singing band"
on the fourth day. Two big
concert- a veritahlc t.
tival of hannoin .
A FFW OK THE -'- BIG K KN'I'S
MRS. A C ZEHNER
LIEUT BRUNO ROSELLI
DR. O. WHITFIELD RAY
MAJOR THORNTON A MILLS
QUARINO MKINNON COMPANY
ROYAL HAWAIIAN QUINTET
DR WILLIAM RADER
Season Ticket Prices: Adults- $2.75; Stu
dents, $1.65, Children, $1.10 War Tax in
VALE, JUNE 25-30
Mr uuil Mrs 1. I MUI "' Mil
i..ik CU) have aaaa the fueeta '
Mi uuil Mr Iruln Troxcll rhaj
canio lur vlu ihe MattllKT loutc uu I
.l.i I. in. I Ilia I from Mount. ilu II. mi.'
w.'Ml, Uu' roads writ' i:u superior
la those aaoniintarad in Baatera Ida
bo mid Northern I lull.
J V McCulloill irlUlll'il I'liil.
afternoon from l.aKoi !". rtlwrc 1 i
rupnxn'iiii'il clients during IM lerB
of court thaw
Ajbm i Johnaon n i . l . i
yaatardaj from the saUutiou Ami
ai Boatoa telling of tlie arrival tlure
el bSa brother. Pvta T I John
I'll' Jobnaoa ipenl II atontbi
the Lorraine front w it ii tka ISrd n
Mr ii. iJ Mrs W 1. Ilioll ot Hum-
uass.ni i in u tka ell) atondaj ear
iiouii' fioin Bolaa iii i n
While iu the i ittj tho
rtalta uh friend
HKCOW) .-IPI'K.AI, M.!E
i ei: oil. LAND
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not mnko thin an oil producing s'-c-tlon.
It takes dozens of wella to
Justify the laying of pipe lines lo con
voy oil and HM erection of reflnorh s
both of wh'rh are absolutely
sary to make the oil profitable and
require the Investment of million'
A single well here cos's from $4u
000 to JS0, 000 tO drill and tbl
Jorltv of wells ure dr liolcu In mo'il
Ontario lUM one live wire- In the
person of A K Hover who Italian
there Is Oil 'n tba Onlnrlo district,
ii ii (1 who Is spending his own nioii"
to Induce oil operators of unlimited
rnaani to ionic to ihis district m
proi o It oil or no oil.
In order to hrlng this about Mr
Hover has travelled over and lliin
neai h 'all of tba oil producing ill
uid OBly recently secured tbl
promt e. of pig paoala to come ban.
In turn promising them oil leases on
several thousand ncri". of land and
free use of hoth the rotary and plan
i'1-r drills, holler". tOOl . eii . nun lo.
d at the old well site adjacent to
his Ontario home
Mr Iloyer ndilses the Argus Unit
he hns not half I In- required a i
us yi I IBd thai lie helleves If Uu
landowners, hereabouts would
th's matter one hour's solid thol
ivone of than would lifter him a
lease signed and sealed nit loin 0
llcltatlon on his part
Mid summer Is allBOal haft
iieriillons should begin within 16
dais at the most Nothing can BO
slbl he dime, however until a mif
flclent amount Of land Is signed up
under the usual o I lease, which
the landowner his Interest of one
eighth of all tha Oil nnd gas pindu, l
Mr Hover has been fiiiorcl b
inaiii ot our landowners slgnlnu Up
lontraits hut there still remain
, nu h to do 1'nless lnil aaopla
show more Inteiesi 1 1 1 ii ii Ufa) Iuim
hi' could noi ;ei iiiiiiitni lo s. i than
all. If he were to spend all his time
tO going around to see t Ill-Ill
Call up Mt iiomt by piiinie and
ask I. uu to mull you a blank I
thereby facllllalliiK this Ireiiienilons
ly Important proje. I If oil Is no'
here we should all know II as soon a
(I Is possible lo dneiiiiino this fo '
it oil is foiiini oi ai aa aaa In eon
ineniai quantities avary man in thi
Northwest will be hcucllllcil to a
greater m ii nt, but -Mull. cur
ounlv people most of all
I. .1 ONe I was Milled lo I .us Ac
Ii". I i-.i I'l Ida v .illiTiioon B Hi,
i loua lllaaai ol his fafbar
Mr I I' l I li-1 III ow lie w ho a i i I
coiitlj a patient at the hoiplliil Id
able to he up aii'l around agulii
i.iitie Qena mugs, son of Jadi
and Mrs llallon lllggs who has li n
al the fainll) ranch above Vale Is i
covering from u mid attack of lv
phold He Is reported as gaining
Mrs V J Allison entertained the
ueholari of iier tunner school eta
laat Friday ufternoon ut the home ol
bor sister. Mrs o i: Laiahn a bap
ay iift"inoon was the reward of the
children who enjoyed the gumrs
played on the lawn, and the n
man I too
Sun .mil Maaat June I.VKI
I I sll I rm.l SON
"I lliler llll I.lil'liwoixl Inc
1 ue . Jan,. 7
(.1 tDYS HOIK KU II .
"'I be I ol hidden Hooio'
Ml II A II I I ltei:
.1.IIIMI MU.'s oil II (o.llon of
Weil J mil. IS
I'M I IM IIC I Ml Kit K
1 I be I lenial I ill '
Pal ha Sens
Hulls lime III
II i i: Ii IMII ION
.l.diiiut on Ibe Sol
Will I M HINI N
Tin- I n. laajal) "Mas
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Mall n .nio
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s,.t'll Ite. I I liil,,is
Multilist- 'J llll p. ni . 'J Shows.
Vllllllssloll UU ill,
Ntjpal m mi ,, in . j shou i
Admission Si ami :(.",,
Saturday, June 14
Last Day of Boyer Bros.
You Could Not Mlatakt Him.
I'ersoni who had been n ihe habit
of Irnici sjlinf Count thirdiii at that
time inlcht I'l eMeinllliL' their wall,
I fen .lards Into Ituss, ttraat have
noticed a small, spare man. clothed In
black, who went out eiery monilni;
and returned every afternoon us the
bunds of the clock moled toward ei r
lain hoiiis You could not mlslnlic
til in. He was somewhat stiff In his
milliner and almost clerical In drc-,
which Indicated much wear. He bad
R long. Iiiehiiieholy fine, with keen.
peiictnitluu cms; and be walked with
abaft, resolute step cityward, lie
looked Ik Ill the face for more
than a monieiit. yet contrived to MM
evir.i Ihlng as lie went on No one
who cut studied the human feature
coiihl pass him bj without iviollict
Tnf his countenance ; II was full of
senslhllliy. and It came upon you like
new thought, which .um could not help
dwellliiL' upon afterward; It gave rise
to inclination ami did you good. Tills
anajl, lull t , I, i lal man was Charles
I. Mini' Hani Cornwall.
Mirrors Made Useful.
Minors are grail aid iii Ihe llitle
' ioi 1 1 1 1re rl i i retted
distances In a niosi i harming end iciy
realistic nay. one of the noat
factory cnmple of ilwli being able
to effect iparlotian m la aaaa in n
much in iiicni. il i, iii'iml. 'Ihe din
Ing room Is rarj Ii i . but unbelievably
narrow. Imb cd. ordinarily, ii a'otildn't
do for the PUrpoar t all. foi folk
would have a ilisir d nmthcivil
fOalMI lielween the tWO close walls
llul ihe acinal alM of the restaurant
Is more than doubted In Illusion lav
inn e ihe trail are s,,ia! mirrors from
etui to end. so that one has the Impres
sion ihat Ihe place s v 111 I walls.
and looking tbrmieh the mirrors.
ubii-ii of i rat i' '! ' t ono aootbar
fioin nppoatta ld f thi room, the
tables and i pie and lights and flow
Iliad far beyond the power of
, to follow, and there If fell an
exhilaration and I freedom which the
little leslaiiianl I ihe small crowd
of dli ,ys cmld uoi i . I, ml to give of
JildgO & M Stearns. City Ilei o.
dor, la ot Hot Lake, Oregon, recu
peimlng from an attack of high
blood pressure from which he
cantly auffored. During hi abaaari
II It Douglass Is attending to tic
. of the office.
l'al Connelly of Drewaey, whose
herds of sheep cover many range
ml who Is known all over Central
and Kaslern Oragoa, la In Ontario this
iei k recuperating from an at ack of
the Ilu which 1,1 si attack him
on the range It waa with difficult
thai he tea. icil Ontario for medic. I
1 1 'ii I lull, and tlio he a now fad
covering, hi friend hnvo to look
twice to bo aura It la Mr. Connolly
We wish to expreaa our heartfelt
thanks for the many worda of com
fort and sympathy, and the kindly
acts of friend during the hour of
our sorrow at the death of our lit
lovad mother, Mrs I.. Coll.
Mr and Mrs I. C. McCoy
Mr and Mr K I) McCoy
Mr. and Mr. 0, C Defreaa
Mr. and Mrs H M. Carnehx
NAZI M OVA
In the Triumph of her Career
"Eye For Eye"
Thrill to the
Point of Be-wiiderment
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NAZIMOVA in "EVE for EYE'
the screen has
Nazi mo v a
She is the
Yuu saw her in "REVELATION."
You saw her in "TOYS OF FATE"
NOW SEE HER IN "EYE FOR EYE
June 20 and 21 -Friday and Saturday
SHOW STARTS 8 P. M.--2 SHOWS
Admission, Matinee 2:30 Sat. 15c, 30c
Night, 15c and 35c