The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, May 19, 1921, Image 5

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    THE ONTARIO AKGUS, ONTABIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY ID, 192J '
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40
Stores
THE HUB sor
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
AS AN institution of 40 stores doing business in
Northwest, we have a buying power that en
ables us to buy lower than our competitors, and
bring satisfaction with small profits and little ex
pense, We pass on these savings to the consumer.
HIIOKS HIIOKH IIKAVV WHKll'lT, DOUIll.K
Wo nro nlilo to boII you Hhoos HTITC'IIKU, HMJI2 IHINIM
nt pro war prlcos "' OVKHAM,8
MHN'H WOIIK HIIOKH AT M or
J.6J, 4J.yj, .JW.JU MKN'H ItlDINO llltKKCIMS,
jKlmUl mid Whipcord.
1,IIKS' HIIOKH AMI OX- n . m . .
KOIU18, nt prices from .JR Afl li $J.1U
S2.65 UP PHKCAMM, 0 In., (HA)ltlA
AM) I'ltllMIUM PKHOAMCH
" I.V I.KJIIT AND DAKIC
CHIMIHIiNH1 HIIOIM M AM, CIIIXIIW, IIKHT C1KAD
!!!!!! 20 CENTS YD.
HIIKirriNO, l'II,U)V tuiiiko
TOWKMNO, OUTINO VhAS- HINOHAMB
NKIi, GKKTONNKS, CIIAIr. Hoautlful plaids fust colors
I.1KH, 8ATI5K.N, 17TC, nt low- 27 ,nc,,os wl,l' ul
20 CENTS YD.
.remmtem&Mite:
Mi's a oleasure to cook with
a ppod oil coolistove
ACOOI. clean kitchen-no smoke
or dirt steady, intense hent
concentrated right on the utensil
these are the advantages that a
good oil cookstovo offers you.
A good oil coolcstovo Is conven
ient and economical no wood or
ashes to lug.
For best results bo sure to uso
Pearl Oil the clean burning, uni
form kerosene refined and ro
reflned by a special process.
Pearl Oil is sold by dealers
everywhere. Order by name
Pearl Oil
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
PEARL OIL
HEAT AND LIGHT
isggg3SSiag$8S8gr
KINGMAN K0L0NY
Mrs. Klllolt and sons, Clarcnco
and liny wcra Ontario visitors Sat
unlay. "TTrrnnd Mrs. E. F. Pratt of Iron
Bldo, OroRoii woro down to tho
Siinko and Owyhee valloys tho Inst
of tho weok returning enrly this
weok with a lonit of supplies.
Tho lower grades with tholr
toucher, MIsb Vera Ncoh, woro giv
en n picnic, Voilnesdny In Mb Uond
Park. Sovornt cars woro provided
hy inomhorB of tho P. T, A. nnd a
thoroly vnjoyahlo dny reported.
Other lnomuors of tho P. T. A.,
u n dor thu direction of Mrs At. L.
Parsons, provided nnd sorvod n do
llghtful luncheon to Mrs. Prlchatt,
tho High School, nnd pupils finish
ing examinations, Friday nftornoon.
Miss Ncoh Is leaving for her homo
In Ontario nnd Mrs. Prlchott and
family for Vale.
I.osllo and Alvln Shafor motored
to l'ayctlo last Saturday.
Mrs, Conrad Martin nnd daughter
Ilornlro gavo n dinner party Inst
Friday ovenlng In honor of Mr.
Martin's forty-olghth hlrthday. Tho
guests woro Mr. nnd Mrs. Q. 0. Hood
nnd family and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L.
Shnfcr and Rons.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Zohnor nnd
family woro weok ond guests of Mrs.
Zohnor's Blstor, Mrs. Frank Shulcr
ln tho Colony.
Tho Young Peoples Class met
Friday evening for tholr regular
luminous nnd social hour, Miss I)or
nlco Martin holug hostess of tho
ovenlng.
Tho Young Pooplo havo boon
working somo weoks socurlng now
momhors, tho losing sldo to gtvo tho
class a treat. Tho girls nro sched
uled to glvo tho hoys "tho troat
next Thursday ovenlng. Tho Class
ordered this wook thirty folding
chairs for tholr class room, and aro
planning other Improvements.
Sunday last tho girls Intermodlato
class, tho "Willing Workers" took
possession of tho library room and
aro planning to havo tho room tho
very neatest nnd prettiest room In
tho building.
Tho Socrotnry of tho S. S. report
ed an nttondniico of flfty-sovon Inst
Sunday.
ltov. niotn of Ontario hold ser
vices In tho Colony Sunday after
noon. Dinner guests ln tho It. It. Ovor
streot homo Sunday woro; Mrs.
Kdltlin Scott, Mrs. John Ennls of
Sioux City, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs.
Maurlco L. Judd of I'nrmn.
Herbert Illckox attondod, as dole
gato, tho cnllod mooting of poultry
tnou of this section lutorostod In
tho plana of co-oporntlvo markotlng
of poultry nnd ogga. This meeting
wan called as a result of Instruction
glvon nt n Southern, Idaho and
Kastom Oregon poultry men's moot
ing nt Ilolso, April 30. It Is the
plan of thoso back of this movement
to form nn organization hero In
Kastom Oregon and Southern Idaho
which will afflllato with tho Pacific
Poultry Producers Association of
tho northwest. Do you want to Im
provo tho poultry and egg situation
you will bo glvon nn opportunity
but do not oxpoct somoono elso to
do It nil. Horbort Illckox of tho
Colony will bo glnd to glvo any In
formation on tho subjoct. Any ranch
woman handling a flock of GO lay
ing hens can probably bocomo a
member of thin association.
MAMIKtm COUNTY KKAIj K8TATK
TltANHFKItH UICCOUDKD '
MAY 7 TO MAY 11
CAMj I'OU 1UI8
Sealed bids for tho construction
of n school building, comploto In
accordance with tho plans and spec
ifications, will bo rocolvod by School
District No, 47, known as Illg Ilond
School District, 'Malheur County,
Oregon, on or bnforo Wodnosday,
Juno 1st, 1021, at 2 o'clock P. M
At which tlmo said bids will bo
opouod at tho school houso of said
district. All bids should bo ad
dressed to William F. Schultz, Par
ma, Idaho, 11, F. D, accompanied by
n corttflod chock for S 100.00 In ac
cord nnco with tho plans and specifi
cations which may bo examined at
tho Ontario National Dank, Ontario
Orogon, or at tho offlco of tho
County Treasurer. Vale, Orogon, or
nt the Van Potten Lumbor Co.,
Adrian, Orogon nnd nt Ilolso Pay
otto Lumbor Co., Parma, Idaho.
Tho Hoard resorvoa tho right to re
ject all bids.
Wm. F. Schultz.
Chairman.
24-2G.
U. S. A. to Luko A. Cornell, E
and SWVi Sec. 34-14-41. April 13,
1921.
U. S. A. to Hardy Melton Kngtnud
Lots 1 nnd 2, 8NE, Soc. 0-1G-42
Nov. 20, 1019.
Shorlft II. Leo Noo to Jean II.
Duron & Son, NEHNEU Sec. 13-32-40.
April 30, 1921. $14.00
U. S. A. to John Alvoy Lawronco
S48Wtti 8WHSBH Soc. 22; S
WUSWU Soc. 23; NHNWH Sec.
20; NNEVi Soc. 27-14-38. Aug 2,
1910.
U. S. A.' to John Alvoy Lawronco,
8WU8BU Sec. 30; NBV4NWW.
Sec. 31-14-38. Nov. 20, 1920.
U. S. A. to Dort Lawronco, N
N, SHNEW, 8EHNWK,, BEtf
SEU Sec. 10-1G-38. Nov. 2, 1920.
U. S. A. to llnlney Arvlllo Uybco,
' Sec. 24-14-40. Aug. 30, 1920.
J. M. JohtiBon et al to James S.
Stark ot ux, Metes A Hounds ln Sec.
3G-1C-47. cont. 100 acres. May 2,
1921. $1,200.00.
Itoubon McCroary et ux to Peter
Chrlstcnson, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, C, 0, 7
and 8, In Block 0, Adrian, Juno 12,
1020. $100.00.
Waltor W. Nichols ot ux to C. M.
Nichols Motes & Hounds In SEVi
Sec. 1-21-4C, cont. 44 acres, May 7,
1921. $550.00.
Earl V. Dull ot ux to Ed. Durbln,
SWSEUBWWSWH Soc. 0-18-47.
Mar. 14, 1921. $1,500.00.
Ellzaboth O. Toolo to Malheur
County, Iload right of way across
DH8WW8EW Soc. 3-17-47, April
20, 1921. $25.00.
Androw J. Whltosldo to John A.
Flock, Lots 10, 17 nnd 18, In Illock
182, Ontnrlo. May 10, 1921. $400.00
U. S. A. to Malllo J. Orcoloy, N
WHNWU Sec. 1G-31-44. Jan. 1C,
1920.
It. E, Woant et ux to Ooorgo
Gardner, Und. V, Int. In WNEtf,
and NHSEU Sec. 14-14-41, Mar.
24, 1920. $10.00.
a oo. Turoman ot ux to School
District No. 47, 2 acres In NEW
NEU Soc. 2-22-40. April 12, 1021.
MAItltlAOE I.ICKNH1CS IHHUKI)
Loyd Wlsomnn ami C-ladys Ed
wards. May 13, 1921.
COMPLAINTS FILE!) IN CIltCUIT
COUUT
Caldwell Lumbor & Coal Co. vs.
Arthur Mumford, May 10, 1921. Ho
covory of monoy $100.20.
Davis & Kostor vs. Jas. W. Manoy
ot al. May 11, 1921. Itocovory ot
monoy. $2,010.14.
Lowell J. Hadloy vs. Dan II. Eno
ot ux, May 13, 1921. To Qulot Tltlo.
U. S. National Hank ot Vale vs.
W. H. Mocklor, May 13, 1921. Ito
covory on Nolo, $2,000.00
Millard J. Sago vs. Jesus Aran
gulna. May 13, 1921. Damages,
$950.00
PAID LOCAL ADS
FOR SALE At bargain, ono now
houso In Torraco IIolghtB with or
chard and olghtoon lots. A Lohoad.
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CONDENSED REPORT OF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP ONTARIO, OREGON
"As made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the close of
TJr,:.,00 Arvi.!l QRrVi 1Q91
Business April 28th, 1921
ItESOURCES:
Loans and Discounts $B06,S02.80
Overdrafts 33S.G2
Honda and Warrants....- 89,165.27
Banking House and Fix-
tures ...... 3S.lHi.ob
OA81I 183,007.83
$708,570.14
LIABILITIES
Capital $ GO.000.00
Surplus and Profits 51,31(5,02
Circulation 11,400.00
Federal Resorvo Hank
sooured by Government
Obligations 30,000.00
mils re-discounted G 1,3 18, 04
Ontario City Bonds &
Warrants sold under
ro-purchaso agreement 34, GOO, 99
DEPOSITS fi30,771.IO
$78,G76,14
'KNOWN FOR ITS STRENGTH AND STABILITY"
LOST At Juntura, Orogon, May
3 a pair ot black rimmed glassos
In caso boarlng name at Dr. McFall,
Flndor roturn to R. R. Johnston,
Houlab, Orogon nnd rocolvo roward.
FOR RENT 2 rooms for light
houso-kooplng. Phono 149-R. Mrs.
D. E. Brown. 23.
TO TRADE Eight room houso
nnd G lots to trado for Clarkston,
Washington or Lowlston, Idaho pro
perty. Ontario Roal Estato Co.
LOST A bar pin, In tho strcots
of Ontario, has cameo center. Flnd
or ploaso notify Mrs. C. R. Emlson.
23-24
FOR SALE Cheap, two now Big
4 McCormlck Mowora, used ono son
son. D. C. Booth, Ontario. tt
FOR SALE At loss than cost, n
now bungalow with all modorn con
vontonces, locatod Just north of
Uundry. For appointment call O.
A. Kratr.
FOR SALE I Dcorlng mower,
now; truck hay wagon; 1 good
milk cow. Phono 201-R, Chns. A
CorllBH, Ontario. 23-24 p.
Homstltchlng 10c por yard
Blanche O. Andorson. Phono 42-W
23-20 p
FOR SALE Good R. 1. Rod eggs
$1.00 setting ot 1G eggs. I.pstor
Turner, Phono 48-J. 1G-23 p.
FOR SALE Good Trohl Seod or
Food Harloy,. $1.G0 por cwt. John
Mulomiar, 2 mllos wost of Ontario,
21-24.
I am making up car load ship
ment of small Tractor Throshlng
Machines, and will be glad to seo
anyone Interested In small Thresh
ors. V, B. Staples, Ford Qarago.
FOR SALE or TRADE Bulok
Six. Call at Ford Oarage. tf.
FOR RENT Largo Bleeping room
modern house. Phono 173-M. IGtf.
EdOS for setting from extra
good laying Whlto Leghorn stock.
$1.00 per sotting; $7 00 per hun
dred. W. T. Parker, Ontario, Phono
113-R. 21-24 p.
FOR SALE Ono 3 cyllndor Har
dto spray outfit complete In good
working order. Also ono 7 foot
disc. A. It. Albco, Phono 207-M-2.
tf.
FOR SALE Chovrolot touring
car 1918 modol In good condition
$300 . Somo torms. Sco It at tho
Ford Garage, Phono 151-J. P. O. U.
270, Ontario. 14. tf.
FOR RENT Good pasture plon
ty of wntor, three nnd ono-linlf
miles wost of Ontnrlo. $1.75 per
month, yonrllngs $1.25. No Block
moved till Bottled for. C. W. Oar
rott. tf.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Tent
hoiiBO, 10x10, nnd smnll bungnlow,
both with llnoloum covored floor.
Good condition nt a bargain. Can
ho easily moved; or will trado for
good milk cow. Phono 20GW3. 23p
FOR SALE 1920 G PaBsongor
Uulck with oxtraa, In first class
condition. Paul Cayou.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Corner Idaho Avo. & 2nd St. S. W.
J. D. Glllandors, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
I'roachlng, 11:00 A. M. Subject:
"Rust as n Wltnoss"
Junior Endeavor, 2:30 P. M.
Senior Endeavor, 7:00 P. M.
I'roachlng, 8:00 P. M. Subject:
"Lots Cholro."
Ulblo Study, Wednesday 7:30 P.
M.
All tho nbovo services aro for
you and our purpose Ib to glorify
God. God is calling you now. Now
Is God's tlmo. Someday It will bo
tho last call. Ho careful In turn
ing Josub down. You may bo mighty
proud now. Somoday you will bo
mighty humblo, but It will bo too
lato. You should bo ashamod to
say I am too busy to nttond God's
houso. Wako up I
FOR SALE Jorsoy bull calf.
Qoldon Glow Chief. Reglstorod from
high clasa stock. For quick aalo
phono or sco C. E. Dlbblo, Payette.
your instruction book
It says-.
Old oil should be drained from the cronkenne at
regular Intervals and replaced with fresh oil.
Thin statement is made because engine operation cause
road dust, carbon, fino metal particles and other Impurities
to accumulate in the cranlccaoo olL The gritty oil circulates
through the engine, impairing Its performance, nnd ulti
mately leads to rapid depreciation and repairs.
These careful Instructions from the manufacturer are
often disregarded; cleaning the crankcose la a job generally
disliked.
To meet this need Modern Crankcose Cleaning Service
has been established by first-class garages nnd other
dealers co-operating with the Standard Oil Company.
These garages and dealers use Calol Flushing Oil, the
scientific agent that cleans out old oil, dirt, grit and other
Impurities and does not impair the lubricating efficiency
of fresh oQ used. The cleaned crankcasc is refilled with the
proper grade of Zerolene.
Look for the garage or dealer displaying the sign shown
below, it means ' Bettor operation and longer engine
Ufe."
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(CUob1)
MODERN
CRANKCASE
CLEANING
SERVICE
Wu
CAM. nUStlMJ OB.
ZZPjOLCKE
I "for better operation t
Cfo? Attjgfcr cim Ufe'
YOU certainly want to
"save money, and you
would like to have better bakings.
Then use Calumet. It's the
Uggest thing you can do to Im
prove the quality ot your bakings
and lower baking costs.
Calumet Is made in the larg
est, most sanitary Daking Powder
Factories In tho World. No Dak.
lag Powder Is mado under better
conditions none can be better In
quality.
It contains only Buch ingre
dients as have been officially en;
dorsedby the U. S. Pure Food
Authorities, An absoluto guaran.
teetbat it Is pure.
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CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
MtTSYTBTl
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It received highest Awards,
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi
cago Paris Exposition. Parts,
France positive proof of its super
ior merit
It is used by more house-'
wives, dorp'-c scientists and chefs
than any other brand. That would
not be tbo case, U it were possible
to secure a higher quality leavener.
It fa sold atarnoderate price.
Al you havo to do U to compare
costs to determine how much vou
eaa save br buyias Calumet.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
18 oa. Some bating powders come in
M tn..f1n1llftf ratm ItaBtira
you get a pound when you want it.
4CNM
S cups putty
flour. 3 Ul t
poons CalumtC
lUklng 1'owdtr. S
cupbuUer.lMcue
rnouUted UMf.
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