The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, July 29, 1920, Image 3

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O. II. Uralium returned Tuesday
(rum a uliort camping trip at Iho
mediately to tlio Lakos following tho
departure of tliolr guest, 'til la on
llialy loo hoi down hero," was Mrs,
Ailmn'd declaration on wonthor conditions.
13. W. I lowland was In Holsa
businoas tills wook.
Geo. McClaln was a Holso visitor lotto returned Wednesday from n
Dick Hobortspu
llolso this wook.
mado n trip to
J. 11. Hlncknby returned lust Fri
day from 1'ortland whoro lio wont
on business two wuokn ngo.
Mi . J. It. IhmmiiMOii mid children
Iloyd atid-Atnrlo loft Wednesday night
for a month's sojourn nt Montpollor,
Mrs. L, Adam and Mrs. C. II. Kml
hoii nccoiupunlod by tliolr ijlstor, Mrs.
0 It Young returned Tuosdny ovo
nlng from tho Pnyotto Lakoo for n
short stay Mrs Adam returned lm-
llorn. Wednesday, July 28th, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Urcgg, n daughtor.
Assistant Postmaster I). A. Grady
was In Ilolso on business tho first of
tho wook.
Irving UnrrlH and wlfo visited at
Holso nnd Harbor, Idaho this wook.
Mr and Mrs. Hay Halsload and
Miss Klvn Collins of Salt Lake City
nro visiting with Mrs. W. L. Holier.
Mr Halstnad Is Airs. Hobor's brother
Miss Margaret Hlackaby returned
Sunday from Pavotto Lakes.
J, It. Hlacknby roturnod Saturday
ovonlng from n short trip to Portland,
Mrs, 8. A. Hlckox loft Monday
ovonlng for it visit with friends In
Hood Hlvor. .
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They're Here
Below are the prices of the new Wayne Washer.
Cash $100.00
On time108.00-$18.00 down nd$7.50 monthly.
12 months to pay in.
We have this washer on our floor for your inspec-
tion and can make deliveries at once.
Northwestern Electric Cot
Phone 188-J
Ontario, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Hobort Maddan visit
ed Friday at Nyssa with Mrs, Mad
den's brothor.
Mrs. A. A. Drown returned Mon
day from Holso whoro she has been
visiting with hor hou.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Claronco Wood re
turned Monday from n delightful trip
to Yollowstouo Park.
camping trip on which thuy visited
Kmmett, Idaho City, Montour, Hanks
and other Idaho points. They passed
many tourists on tho way and
port a most onjoyablo time.
G cor ko Clark of Portland Is hero
visiting his Bisters, Mrs. Ward Can
field, and Mrs. S., II. TorwIlllBcr nnd
his mother, Airs. Sarah McCarlnor.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wallois nnd
tliolr guest Mrs, A. WarliiR of Pue
blo, Colorado, and Mr, nnd Mrs. J,
D. Kobortsoifhnd family left Satur
day for n fow days outing ut th
Miss llutli Lnckoy visited In Ilolso
tho last of tho wook. Slio was accom
panied homo by Ollbort Koenlg who
will visit n fow days with Itobort
und Kdwnrd Troxnll.
Mrs. W. II. linns of Caldwell spout
Tuesday visiting nt tho homo of hor
friend, Mrs. J. II, Anderson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L. Potorsou and
children returned Monday from a
week's niitlng ut Pnyotto Lakos.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Udlck and
family loft Tuesday for a two-wooks
vacation at Hound Valley, Idaho.
Herbert Wells and wlfo of Ilolso
woro tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. A.
0. Mooro Tuesday whllo rultirnlng
from a trip to Pnyotto Lakes. Mr.
Wolls Is Mrs. Mooro's brother.
Miss Florcnco Audorsnn, a trained
nurso from Spokane Is horn visiting
with hor brother, Dr. Anderson.
Miss Ktith I Ionian visited tho first
of tho week nt tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. A. I). Karnos near Wclsor, Ida.
Mrs. K. C. VnnPottau Is enjoying
u visit with her mothar( Mrs, Kllxa-
both Howies, from Cloarflnld, I'onu
Mrs. W, W. Hoso has gono to Kan
sns City, Mil, whoro she was sum
moned to tho bedsldo of hor son,
Chestor W. Hose, who Is In a hospi
tal at that placo with u brokon log.
No Information Ih obtolnablo as to
how tho accident occurod.
' Undo Dick Ituthorford Is proudly
tolling his frlouds'that ho In now n
groat grandfather, having Just re
ceived n lottor from his son Hoy
Rutherford announcing tho arrival
of a flno baby boy nt tho homo of
his son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Stone.
by Mr nnd Mrs. C. S. Wtson, which
thoy will occupy on tho nrrlvat of
their household goods from Portland.
llruco Uonnls, owner and publish
er of tho LaOrnndo livening Ob
server and tho Mainour lCulorprlso
nt Vale was In Ontario Wodnosday
night onrouto for Vnlo to view his
proporty thoro. Mr, Uonnls who has
long watched tho dovelopmont of
Mnlhour County doclnroa that no
county In Knstorn Oregon has moro
right horo.
poisIbllltfs than exif
A number of mombors of Star
Chaptor, 0, E. S. visited tho Nyssa
lodgo Tuesday ovonlng. Thoso attend
Ing wore: Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W, Lot
son, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Hrown, Mr.
nnd Mrs. II L. Poterson, Mrs. Don
Plntt, Mrs. C. F. Trow, Mrs. Scholos,
Mrs. W. F. Ilomnn and Mlsios Ktta
McCrolght, Dolta Hill, Joyco Tumor
nnd Holon Dunbnr and Mrs Ida
Mrs. J. D. Illlllugsloy loft tho last
of tho wcok for Oregon City where
alio will visit hor daughtor, Mrs. 0
v Unntln.
Mrs, A. Ij. Chnnco and son (lerald,
roturnod Sunday from Pnyotto l.ukOH.
Hoy Hondy or Portland visited
Tuosday In Ontario on his way to his
old homo at Drewsey,
Mrs, W. W, Lotson has as hor
guest this wook, Mrs. Ida Umbach,
Worthy Grand Matron of tho 0. 13. fl.
Mrs. Kmma J. Conovor and son
aillard aro visiting with relatives nt
Imbler, Orogon.
Mrs. C. It. Kmlson nnd Mrs. L.
Adam, accompanied by their guest
Mrs. Young riimo down from Pnyotto
Lakes Monday In tlm AiIiiiii'h rnr.
Mrs. Young left for tho Hast lasi
night nnd Mrs. Kmlson and Mrs
Adam returned to tho Lakos this
Koralus Frank Dorniiiii camo down
from tho Lakes with thorn nnd rr.
turned with thorn.
The after-service that goes with the
Pordson Tractor is second to none. Ford
son dealers are located in every community
with stocks of spare parts and employing
skilled mechanics who know just how the
Fordson should be kept and taken care of
to do it best work.
This Fordson service means that your
tractor can be kept busy every working
day during the entire year; that Fordson
mechanics are ready to show you how to
get the best results from the tractor.
Fordson service insures you against
delay in getting parts. It is your protec
tion. It is a protection now being enjoyed
by more than 100,000 Fordson farmers in
the United States.
Let the Fordson dealer tell you all
about the Fordson service and tho Fordson
V. IJ. STAPLES, Proprietor
Mrs. C. M. Cnstloman accompani
ed by hor dnughtor, Miss Ilarbara
nnd hor mother, Mrs. Wllloughby,
arrived Tiiosduy ovonlng from Port
land, Mr. nnd Mrs, Castloman Imvo
leased tho Hon Drown residence on
First Stroot N, W. fonuorly occupied
UANlt Saturday, Aug. 7th
Shubert's Original Jazz
Direct from Chicago Singing Novelties. Melody Jnzr.
DANCING 9 P. M. TO 12 V. M.
Qngo McQueen nnd Miss Lola Stcon
of Caldwoll "vlsltod Sunday with
Miss 8 (con's slstor, Mrs. H, C,
Miss Dorothy Turner roturnod Sat
urday evening from Corvnllls where
sho has boon working slnco tho closo
of tho school term at tho Orogon Ag
ricultural College.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hlackaby nnd
son Hilly left Tuesday evening for a
visit with Mrs. Hlacknby'u pnrenta
at Ashland, Oregon, Mr. Hlackaby
will nttond tho American Legion Con
vention at Astoria.
Mrs W L. Turner and daughtor
Marjorlo, and sons Lester and Hilly
and their friend John Moasoo wont to
HoIbo Friday, Sunday Mr, Turnoi
and daughter Dorothy also went to
Dolso, all roturnlng on Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Horschol Drown and
son loft Sunday nl their car for a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Canfleld
on tholr homestead near lionslde.
Mr. Drown expects to bo gono about
a week but Mrs. Brown will re
main longor.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Watson and
daughters, Phyllis, Allco and Mar
garet loft Wednesday for Salt I.uke
City whoro they will make their fu
ture home. Mr. Watson has owned
and conducted the Ontario Phar
macy for tho past six years and dur
ing that time he and his family have
made many friends who regret their
departuro and whoso good wishes go
with them to their new homo.
i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker and
family, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Van Valk
enburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Van Valksaburg and family of Pay-
We have just received our fall shipment of
Pyrex Cooking Glassware
This has been ordered for many months
but on account of the glass shortage, we
have just received it.
Our marked retail prices on this lot are
lower than the present factory costs, and
as this is probably the last shipment we
will be able to get this year, we recommend
your buying now for present and next
winter needs.
Our stock is now complete and we will be
pleased to show you through the line.
There is nothing better than glass for cook
ing and the best is none too good.
Pyrex is the original and best in the line.