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THE ONTARIO AltUUS. ONTARIO. OREOOxN, TJJUliSDA . FEBRUARY 17, li)21
T)Kijivi-:iti:n at voun kancii 97:m.
DREWSEY GETS NEW FAMILY
DIRECT FROM EMERALD.ISLfc
20 Horso Power Tor Pumping, Grinding Ornln. Cutting liny Nun
iiIiir your EnBllago cutter.
10 Horso Power for Plowing Harrowing Discing, Etc.
Tho cheapest power avnlliiblo lit HiIh tlmo. Ask for tlio booklet,
Tho Fordson at Work.
Tlio Fordson lakes tlio some plnco In tho trnctor field ns tho
Ford car In tho Automobile field, More for tho Money always.
You know it. It is the "Red
Crown" aign on garages arid
ervico stations. It is the sign
ofqunlity in gasoline tho sign
of an all-rofinory gaiolino with
u continuous chain of boiling
points insuring ready start
ing, rapid acceleration and
Before you fill look for the
"Rod Crown" sign.
STANDARD OIL COMPANV .
"You Save Money
says the Good Judge
And' get more genuir.o cViv
ing satisfaction, when you uso
this class of tobacco.
This is because the full, rich,
real tobacco taste lasts so
long, you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as .often.
And a small chew given more
real satisfaction than a big chew
of the ordinary kind ever did.
Any mnn who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put u( in two styles
W-H GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
Stock Tanks and Pumps
II. R. UDICK
to have those
Re id tJ7 e dl
We can save you money on
COMPLETE NEW '10P
Established here in 1910
THf ARGUS PRINTS BUTTERWRAPS
WI2 AMi TAKi: OIK OtJU HATS TO XI 1 1-3 HAIUV COW
She's Noorioil Hern In Oiogon
Tho Dairy Cow offers thu Bolutlon
to n condition Unit In rotardlng th
prosperity of Orogon. Alfalfa hay.
tho greatest of all dulry feeds Is now
a drug on tho market In this' statu.
Even at $7.00 a ton there Ih prac
tically no market for it. Through
tho modlum of tho dntry cow out
hay can bo transformed Into dairy
products which find ready sale and
thus market tho crops of tho fnrm
at their real value.
Tho Importation of dairy cows
should have tho consideration of all
thinking men who havo tho Interest
of tho Mate at heart, llorbort Hoo
ver said, "No greater cntaHtropho
can happen to a peoplo than tho
loss of ItH dairy herds, for tho total
loss of dairy produco moans the ultl
mato oxtlnctlon of a people. To pro
vide supplies wo nuiHl build reserve
Tho first reserve in dairy products
Is tho maintenance of our herds "
Dairying Is tho backbone of ngrl
culture. It adds to tho fertility and
productiveness of tho soli and yields
a crop that ilnen not 'fall. Dairy
products aro tho equivalent of ready
money and there Is yet to bo found
a dairy community that Is not pros
porous. Tho Influence of nctlio
dairying Is foil In all linos of local
Thero Is no question .about It.
Tho dairy cow Is recognizor thru
out tho land as the fororunnor of
prosperity and tho peoplo of Orogon
will do woll to foster tlio dairy In
dustry and oncourngo tho Importa
tion of dairy cows.
Tho trend of farming today Is
nway from tho ono crop plnn and
townrd mixed farming, and mixed
farming, to bring tho best mums,
must liirludo I ho keeping of n fair
slzo dairy hord,
Tho best Insurance ngalnsl crop
fnlltiro Is tho dairy cow. Com mny
fall; wheat may fall; wool may
fall; but tho farmer with a small
hord of dairy cows Is assured of n
steady Income all tho year round,
yqnr In and year out.
Tho State of Novnda, tlko Idaho
and Malheur County Oregon has a
superabundance of alfslfn hay for
which they find no market. They
will mnrkot It, however. In Its most
valuablo form, dairy products, anil
dairy cows are today Iwlng Imported
Into Nevada In largo numbers.
Milk and milk products to the to
tal of $10,000,000 wus tho enormous
sum realized by tho owner of dairy
ratlin In tho little county of Htnnls
Inns In California during the yrntr
1920 according to the nununl report
of tliolr County Horticultural Com
missioner. Tho productive alfalfa growing
sections of Idaho offer tho mini" op
portunities. Tho silo, nlfalfa, cows
and pigs aro tho four sure comor
stone of farm profits and soil fer
tility. Thoro Is nothing to be com
sectloiiH of Oregon offer tho snmo op
or troble tho number of cows on
each of her farms and literally ntlil
millions to her Income and soil fer
tility. All hall tho dairy cow bring
more of hor kind Into Orogon.
.Majestic Tl Mi 1 1
Thurs., Fob. 17lh
T1IU SIN WOMAN
Frl., Feb. 18th
lll.Ui: HTKKAK MiCOV
Till: MOON ItlDKIlS
Sat., Feb. 19
tiii: villaei: si.iaTii
Snub Pollard Comody
Sun. and Mon.
tin: TOM. (JATi:
"Let 'er Oo" Mack Slnnott Comedy
Topic of tho Day
Tuos., Fob. 22
ItKST OF l.l'CK
ALL STAIt CAST
Weil., Fob. 23
Two Heel Comedy
Thurs.. Fob. 17
Mutt and Jeff Comedy
Frl. and Sat.
'in:r.i WATints", new
Maurlco Tournour'H latest produc
tion, J'Dcop Wators," will bo tho at
traction at tho Majestic Tlientro uoxt
Wednesday February 23. Tho1 story
was adaptor from F. Hopmnson
Smith's popular novel, "Calob West,
Mastor Diver," and tho scono aro
laid on tho Now England const.
Calob West, a man past his prime,
and his glrl-wlfo, Dotty, aro tho con
tra! figure in tho story. Dotty be
comes attracted to a youth named
Hilt Lacoy, and. thn alio does no1
lovo him, they run nway together
Iditor, tho ship upon which tacay l
traveling Is wreckod and Calob Woat
brings tho body of tho young man to
tho surface. In a dramntle scono tho
loyalty of Dotty to hor husband as
serts Itself and a touching recon
ciliation takes plnco between tho two
"Deep Waters" Introduces jn tho
loading fomlnlno rolo Mr. Toumour's
Intost "find" llarbara Dodfont
Droerkou Christians plays tho nuilo
lad, and others In tho cast Include
Jack Ollbort, Lydla Yeamnns Titus,
and George Nichols. Tho picture Is a
Mrs, Minnie I'egg. a sister or Mr
Chester Stallanl, uUli her dim en,
camo all tho way from Dubl'ii Ire
land arriving hero l'rlday. She ex
pects to makr this her home and
wo wish to bid hor a hearty wel
come Don DiuIh and (lane Rush wore
passengers on tho Van stago Fri
Lester McMullon was In Drewsey
Nearly everyone Is busy liauLng
tlo those dnys. Whllo hauling saw
dust to his resldeiico (Jhas. Miller
had tho misfortune to turn his sled
up sldo down 01 the Mllldalo gradu.
Harry Clark purchased 10 tons or
tho A. 1. Johnson hay at Mr. John
Arch Mjors bought buy of John
AVhlto at tho Jim Anderson ranch.
Air. and Mrs. Jack Door and
Louis Cnpps wcro pnsengors Monday
on tho Van Btngo. ,
Tho Agency Division Vauuorros
passed thru hero Thursday with a
hunch of cattlo onrouto to tho Agen
Urud Moss Is confined to his bed
Sooral Voiiuorr 1 nro In this vi
cinity from Ilurni'. riding for em
tio, Among them are Charles Alley
and Itnlph Cattersou.
Mrs. Cobom, a rlster of Mrs. IM
Howard, has come from California
to spond several mouths with hor.
Chns. Llllard was a pn"senger
Friday morning 01 the Van ntugo
onrouto to Portland.
Hummer Moffott l.as Iumii busy
this weok moving horses from the
Kimball Flat ranch to tho Swamp
Oeorgo linker, tho Juntura (larago
man, cainu up to Drewsey one day
Mrs. John Schocklos has been III
with tho measles.
Dcnu Ooodman of Juntura has
been seriously 111 with pneumonia.
Mr. Goodman's uncle who 'Is a doc
tor nt linker, Oregon, was called to
John White has been reported as
down sick with a bad cold.
Chester Croddock camo from
Hums to look after his stock nt tho
C. T. Llllard ranch.
Jack Woodward came down from
Van to Drew soy ono day tho past
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Pipes who
have been nt tho Ed Howard ranch
tho past few wooks left for hoiu
Friday. Mr. Pipes being quite sick
1 witn iiaa cold,
I Mrs. Ituth Illloy has been visit
! lug at Mllldalo with her sudor Mrs
W. T. Van Do Voro was a liusl
. iiosh visitor In Drewsey this weok
and states thoro Is tots of snow on
Mrs. J. D. Smith was confined to
hor bod for sovoraj days last week
Noulo .Ink camo up from Juntura
for a bunch of horses at tho Oood
man and Frlosz ranch which ho took
back down lo food.
Dan Jordan gave n danco In
Drewsey Saturday evening. John
Corhenrt and Oeorgo Carroll wore
tho musicians. Mrs. C. N. Drink
wator served u midnight supper at
hor home. KMryouo unending re
ports a most oujoyuhle tlmo.
It Is with ploasuro that wo loam
of Lostor McMullen's reappointment
on tho rond work on this sldo of tho
mountain. Everyone l glad o hear
that Lostor Is an the "Job" again
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jordan loft
last weok for Swcot, Idaho after ho
oral wooks vnll with friends und
mm oiffi Mrws
t ...U...I tll.al.1.. it . MPlV tt
Nampn, lmi enten-d t.iw luttl horo
laud Is in the eighth gnrle.
It. Ciil'(iMy reluinoil rnhrunry 4,
from .VewttRle, Idaho, where ho lmn
been inH'tiic for the ph1 m weokii,
Tlif 'bnol had h Vlntlno sodlnl
Monde: a wh'ch Vo a Struthors
was elected to presld.i as postmnstor,
and I.ealand Illuhloy ns assistant
Will Harris Is moving hi family
from Vol to his rniinh above tho
Last week oiioukIi hiiiiw fell to
make It really look I'ke winter, but
now. due to oxlremel warm weath
er, tho ground has more th appear
tnco of wet, muddy spring.
See the Morris Mlll'iiery and No
velty Shop Invitation.
ECvcWfn STANOAtM OIL COMPANY!
Sun. mid Mon.
Tho Daby Sunshine Comedy
Tues. and Wed.
OFF SUOlti: PIHATE
XOTIOIJ W. U. C No. 17
District Meotlng, February IS, 1821
All mombors of tho Corp renuost
ed to bo present If potst'de Dinner
at 11:30 for all. This U an all day
Meotlng placo nt Yoeman Hall,
oer Thui-bton'8 Drug Store, In Pay
Soe all the New Spring stylos at
tho Morris Mllllnroy and Novelty
Mrs. J. H. Jlmmorsou of Payette
visited hor daughter, Mrs, Larue
niackaby this week.
Mrs. W- D. Allen and daughter
Dotty of nrogan wore visitors of Mr
and Mrs. Ivan Oakoa last week end.
Mr. Jesse Swan of Murphy, Idaho
visited tho first of tho week with
the Frank Ryan family.
Frank Daker of nurus Is tu Ontar
io under the doctor's caro
Dr. W. J. Weeso was called to
Harper Tuesday to care for Hendor
son Hart who was kicked by a horso.
Mr. Hart Is a brother of Mrs. Den
Mrs. O. J. Applegate of Parma
underwont a minor operation In On
Since Friday morning the rlvor
has risen four and ono half feet
and Is fatlll rising.
February 11th bolng Mr. Jacob
Stroup's S6U1 birthday, his son
Streoter and wife camo over from
Washoe bringing him a fine birth
WILLIAM H. HAHTA
William S. Hart, who comes to
the Majestlo theatro next Sunday nnd
Monday Jn "Tho Toll Oato", Is said
to havo tho most powerful drama
tic role of his caroor as Dlack Deor
Ing, tho bandit chlottaln In tho story
whloh was written by I.ambert Hilly
er and hlmsolf. Lambert Hlllyor Is
This Is a typical tale of the west
or southwest In tho days boforo the
fences came; and the days of bold
bandit bands, of promiscuous train
holdups, of masked desperadoes, wild
riders and Indians. It portrays with
startling fidelity the characteristics
of a picturesque page In tho history
of tho border.
Dlack Deorlng, leader of the ban
dits, decides to disband and quit. A
rival refuses and leads the baud Into
a trap, selling them out for "thirty
pieces of silver." All are killed or
captured, Deerlng escapes. Ho sets
out to revenge himself. He mets the
woman who has been deserted by the
traitor and his bettor manhood keeps
him from wreaking his revenge upon
hor In lieu of the real culprit. Tho
latter meets his Just deserts. Deor
lng goes South and out of tho hands
of the law Into, It Is hoped, a better
ltfo, his eyes opened at last to tho
realization that thero are good men
and Women In the world after all.
Anna Q. NUsson and a tine cast of
players are seon in the support. Mr
Hart's famous Pinto pony Is also pre
sent. Joe August A. S. C, made the
K HAN DS
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Millinery and Novelty Shop
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regard to tlio quality of
the work as well. If
you'd dress better, lot
us help you.
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