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ANNOUNCEMENT OF MUHIO
Mra. C. F. Cox, wishes to an
nounco, that sho -will botsln her
m(isIo class, Soptonibor 1. and la
propnrod to giro credits in violin
and piano. Sho la a graduate ot
Iowa Collcgo In violin and piano,
and has dono post graduato work
in tho Amorlcau conservatory In
Chicago. Prices for piano nro ro
duccd from ?1 to COc per lesson.
Sho has boon appointed by tho Slier
wood School ot Muslo to glvo a four
yoar's conservatory courso to any
ono desiring saino, For further In
formation, Phono 00-J. Adv.38-42
THE ONTAEIQ ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST1 2fl, 1921.
Mrs. A. Stowart Drown doslrcs to
announco that sho has bcon appoint
ed Cosotlcro for tho Splrolla Com
pany. For nppolntmonta, phono
28-J. 38 tf.
OH!--for a Magnet
tluit would attract mid draw
every inun in Malheur Coun
ty into this store for only
5 minutes each.
To aoo PALM BEAOH
SUITS AT $12.00
To ' boo Handsomo SILK
SHIRTS GOING FOR
A SONG $0.30
To sco what is to us, tho
Jlricst and cleanest stock of
morchandiso in all the state
boing turned out of houso
and homo at prices you will
gladly pay . .
W. O. T. 0. ELECTS OIWfOUKS
Tho annual business meeting of
tho W. C. T. U. was hold Tuosday
attornoon at tbo Methodist Church.
Tho offlcors for tho year elected
were: Mrs. Olnudo E. Ulngham,
proaldent; Mrs. Geo. Howo, vlco
presldont; Mrs. W. F. Cochran,
secretary; Mrs. F. P. Joyco, corres
ponding; secretary; Tho superintend
ents of tho dltforont departments
nro to bo nppolntod nt tho next
meeting to bo hold nt tho homo of
Mrs. W. E. Lees, Soptombor 22, and
tho now offlcors installed.
Mrs. Howo sang a very clover
song, composed by horsclt and set
to music, to tho offect that duos
should bo paid right away, so that
tho Secretary would bo able to make
a report boforo tho Convention, held
In Portlnnd, In Soptombor.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwtn Troxoll nnd
sons of Ontario, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mllos and family ot Now Plymouth,
Bpont Sunday In Caldwell as the
guosta ot Dr. J. N. Honry.
Ed Howo, wlfo nnd two sons, of
Albany, Oregon, accompanlod by
Mrs. Stoughton and daughter of
Dayton, Oregon, woro guests of aoo.
Howo tho Inst ot tho weok. Thoy
woro onrouto homo from tho Interi
or whoro thoy had bcon visiting
W. L. Kellor, and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Home went to Mer
idian Sundny to visit at tho Fred
Sherman homo. Miss Holon Kel
lor rcmnlnod for n longer visit.
Guy Stovor roturnod from Now
down from Caldwell Wodnosdny to
visit n fow days with V. P. llrook
ovor's and John Hrosnnns-
dug Stovor roturnod from Now
Meadows, Friday, whero ho had boon
staying since July 1
Waltor Clomont Is down from
Cnldwoll, doing soma lovoltng on his
ranch. Ho oxpocts to inovo back
on his placo In tho 'spring.
Mrs. C. U. Stovor nnd sou Guy
spent Monday with Mra. L. M. Cup
rou woHt of Cairo.
W. It. Lofton accompanlod by Mr.
and Mrs. Alva Lawrouco of Ironsldo,
rondo u business trip to Ontario Frl
day, returning Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. tloo. Joffroy
ox uoiso who novo boon visiting in
Vancouver, Washington stopped oft
to visit Mrs. Jctiroy s paronln, Mr.
and Mrs. C. 1'. Cummlngs last Saturday.
By HELEN WAITE MUNRO.
All we ask is your
"What wo have to show you
will tako caro of tho action.
"Anyway" says Pat
"I may not have lit
tle Fajry in my
But I hnvo a little
. "Miss in my engine
nnd a little maid
(made) in my cel
lar." We have it or will
get it if it's Jewelry.
Col. 8. F. Taylor was oporatod on
for appendicitis Monday at tho Holy
Rosary hospital, by his brothor Dr.
Taylor of Uolso. Ho Is roportod ns
Mr. llornurd 0. Donu, who was
ooratod on last wook is gottlng along
William Altrod Fonton, four year
old sou ot Mr. U. I. Fonton under
went an operation at tho hospital
this wook and Is getting along nlco
ly. Arthur Unlloy ot Jirognn was brut
to tho hospital Tuosday whoro ho
undorwont a very sorlous operation.
Mr. Balloy Is a brothor-Iu-lnw of A.
Mrs. W. 13. Uoyd ot Hrogan, Is
uudor medical troatmont In tho hos
pita llhls wook.
Mrs. a. F. aillosplo ot Payette,
Idaho was oporatod on Tuosday and
Is doing woll.
Mrs. Francis Kayo ot Cambridge
who was brought to tho hospital last
wook, Is progressing vory favorably.
Miss Nolllo Ellraboth McConnoll
of Frultland, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. McConnoll undorwont an
oporatlou Wodnosday .morning.
Mra. Aldrldgo loft for hor homo nt
Mldvalo vory much Improved Monday
DltAlNAOK DISTIlId' MICDTlNfl
Notlco Is hereby given and a
mooting ot tho owners of land situ
atod In tho Vnlloy Vlow Dralnago
District, Mnlhour County, Oregon,
will bo held on Saturday, Soptombor
10, 1921, nt tho hour of two o'clock
P. M. of said day, at tho City Hall
lu Ontario, Orogou, for tho purposa
or oloctlug two supervisors for said
District, ono for a term of throo
yoars, and tho othor for two years:
and for transacting such otlior hut.-
Inoss as may coma boforo said
Dy order of tho Hoard ot Super
visors of tho Valley Vlow Dralnago
District this 12th day ot August,
O. W. DEAN. ProJldont.
D. II. WOOD. Secrotary.
STOP at Weaver's Comer
Buy your fresh melons
and fruits of all kinds.
Sweet Corn a saecialty.
10 doz. ears for $1.09
.. H. E. Lockett
Thursday mid Friday
Tho liaby Star
TIIIJ DIG ADVKNTUHK"
Flicker Fllckor Llttlo Star Oump
Tho Diamond Queen Ep. No. 11
"A NIOHT ON PAHAIHSK ISLAND"
A Nutlva Troup of Hawaiian
ontcrtnliicru, slitRors and dancers
Sunday nnd Monday
"TIIK DANGKHOUS MOMENT"
Tho Sailor Suushlno Comedy ,
Topics ot tho Day
"THE SMAItT SEX"
Harold Lloyd Ono rtoel Comody
THE ALMINIFIOKNT ltltUTK"
"ONE MAN TRAIL"
ALL STAR OAST
(. 1JI, br MoClur Nwipapr UynJIcm.)
Love was dead, dead I
Not even u hint of the memory of
love remained in the cold gryy eyes of
the woman descending the steps from
tho ofllcu of the big lawyer, nor lu the
absent brown ones of her husbnnd us
he glanced hastily ut LU watch with a
view to tho quickest possible return (i
business. Something In bis tired face,
however, drew out In her a trace of
the divine maternal tluit exists In
every woman, but especially In tlui.se
who havo a tiny grave to remember,
ns Dorrlee Ordway had.
"You must hare something to cat
before you go back to work, Robert,"
sho told him quickly. "Then- Is a lit
tle rcstnurnnt Just acrosi the tracks
there. It looks clean. We will go
Indifferently he ordered tho whole
soiuq food she suggentcd for him. Tor
l.ersclf slie took only tea and toast
Indigestion had lately added Itself to
her long list of ailments.
Ho spoke abruptly, between mouth,
"I suppose Illnck thought It 'wan
queer for us to go together to find
out tho steps necessary for our dl
orce. Strange, I've faced every kind
of business sltuntlon alone, but when
It comes to telling sonta one elso your
fnmlly troubles" ho hesitated almost
The maternal light again softened
her eyes, then died to u cold gleam.
"It will soon be over," she told him.
"Mr Illnck con fix It up, you sec,
without trouble a simple case of In
compatibility, You will be freo for
your everlasting business business."
"And you for your sanitarium and
baths and eternal complaining," lie re
taliated as ho shoved his chair back
sharply and led the way out.
"Wo ought to hnvo brought tho car
hero with us. You know It make my
side ache to walk," sho complained,
fretfully, as-they started back across
Ills only nnsucr was a gruff
"Humph I" as he walked slightly
ahead. Then a horrllled gasp from
her caused him to turn quickly. She
na stooped and was pulling fran
tically at the heel of her high shoe,
which wa caught In the track. Strug
gllng, twisting, wrenching, she worked,
her terrlfled eyes watching with aw-
nil fascination an object bearing
uown upon them, looming largo like
some ancient monster tho engine of
the through express,
,!n seconds that seemed like hours
ho exerted every Inst atom of bis
strength to releuso her, his mind work
tng lightning quick to llml the eouw
of her captivity. Tho high heel simply
fitted tho railed groove In which It
had slipped. No power on earth could
free her In tho scant tlinl before that
death-dealing monster would bo upon
them. No knife, even If he had one,
could sever quickly enough the lno
Ings of the high boot J No strength
could pull the heel from the strongly
made nolo. The train wa slackening
Its speed now. The engineer had wen
them was trying frantically to slop,
but still tho monster mine, came.
The divinely mtitcnml look again
iranxugured nor ruce.
"Jump I" sho told him. "Oct awayl"
and she tried to push him from her.
He grasped the hand that sought
to send hi in to safety. Her expres
sion changed to ono of perfect trust
and love of tho girlish upjteul that he'
remcmiiered so well In the days of
"Robert I" sho cried, regurdlesi of
tho oncoming engine. Her eyes wers
the eyes of the girl of long ago.
He gathered her closely In hM arms.
Jump for safety mill leuve herl Never I
uorrlcol His wife I The girl of his
lovol The mother of the child who
had left them I What wus business I
What was all the world I What wus
lire Itself, beside a love like this I
The monster was close upon them
now In spite of the swift work of tho
horrified men aboard An Instant
more and all was over. Silence I Even
tbo nolso of the train died uwny as It
came to a full stop.
Hut love, after all, was not dead.
First Traveler on Famous Road.
Tho first white man of wjiom w
hao record traversing (he route of
wimt Is now the National roud was
Christopher Olst, who had been living
neur the North Carolina state line and
who cunie Into Muryluud at the re
quest of the Ohio company to explore
the land toward the west. Ho arrived
at Will's creek In October, 17-M. Will's
creek Is a good-sited stream flowing
Into the Potomac at what Is now Cum
berland. The Indians knew It as
Calcutucue, a najne both dlttlcult to
spell nnd pronounce, which led per
haps to Its early dlscardunce. Upon
this stream in a small cove In a great
mountuln which rises there lived a
friendly and Influential Indian whom
the early traders wiled Will, probably
the nearest English stagger they could
make at this Indian name. So the
stream Calcutuiuie became Will's creek
aud the mountain nt Cumberland
Will's mountain and upon the highest
point the body of the Indian, Will, wag
Interred at his death. Cumberland
Not In His Line,
"How do you explalu your latest
"My dear sir, I am too eminent
scientist to be expected co spend my
time answering questionnaires,"
Miss Ruth Lackey roturnod Sat
urday from St. Paul Minneapolis.
Whllo thoro sho visited Mrs. Ray
illlman of Raid Eaglo Lake, who
wus formorly Miss Ethel Hcslup of
Oregon Slopo. MIsb Lackey has
been uway ull sumnior uud attonded
Normul In Cheney prior to hor trip
Mrs. II. R. Anderson roturnod
Saturday from a trip to Portland.
Mrs. Iko Ulanoy undVhlldron ot
Caldwell woro In Ontario Tuosday,
returning from Denlo, Nevada,
where thoy havo bcon for tho past
Misses Helen and Oretta Ander
son returned Monday from Portland
whoro thoy havo been tor tho past
N. Aloxunder ot Raker visited in
Superintendent mid Mrs. J. M.
McDonald roturnodIouday morning
from Marysvlllu, Missouri whoro
thoy woro called by tho Illness of
Mrs. McDonald's mother.
Mrs. M. D. Thomas aud hor uisUir,
Miss Roberta Prathor, of Columbia,
Missouri who haB boon Mrs. Thomas'
guost fr somo tlmo, returned this
week from n trip to Portland, Scut
tlo and othor coust points.
Mrs. J. F. Joyco gave n party
Sundny nftornoon for hor daughter
Kuthryu in honor of tho llttlo girl's
olghth birthday to which a number
of hor young frlonds wor invited.
Dainty refreshments woro Sorvod oq
Mrs. Emma Conovor and son Oil
turd returned Sunday from tholr
visit to rolatlvcs at La Oraudo.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor and
Iko Taylor ot Rolsa woro summoned
hero Saturday on account 'of tho
sorlous lllnoss ot their brother, Col.
8. F. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor and
Mrs. Carl Fiold aro homo from tholr
outing trip In tho mountains near
Dick and Ouy Stovor woro Holso
George II. Ross has purchased tho
rosldonco occupied until rocontly by
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jonson, and is
having It romodolod,
Contractor Harry Klmo has brok
en ground for tho construction of a
rosMonco of W. M. Walker on tho
brow ot tho Villa Park hill Just cast
ot tho now rosldonco erected this
sumnior by Cluronco Dotrlcs.
Mr. and Mra, Dick Scott camo
from Uuolah for a short stay this
Mrs. II. C. Cleveland of Jaraloson
accompanlod by hor daughter, Mra.
Charles Harris was an Ontario vis
itor today. ,
Fred Piatt of Parma was an On
tario vlsjtor 'on Monday.
L. ...... -
FIRST GLIMPSES OP THE
For- Early Fall
Black will lead in basic tones in hats of
all types. Metalic combinations and, tall
ribbon bows, graceful touffes of ostrich
or other plumage. You will like the new
styles. See them at-
The Style Shop
New location across from Dreamland
PAID LOCAL ADS
ESTRAY Roan Stcor, throo years
old, undor crop on both cars, brand,
H loft hip. Ownor call tor samo
anu pay costs. L. L. Orolp, ono nnd
ono halt miles west Ontario. 3G-37p
FOR SALE Small cucumbers for
canning, 2Co por gallon, Mrs. L. D.
Hooloy, Frultland, Phono 40-2.
FOR RENT Two furnished
houses, ono a flvo room house,
thoroughly modorn, other throo
room, both completely furnished.
Call 48-J. Ontario, or Frultland
,L08T Dotwecn my Siomo on
South Vlrtuo stroot nnd tho Rnptlsl
church or tho post office, a pockot
book. Ownor will pay reward for
Its return. Jason Hnllock. Loavo
at Argus offlco. 38p
WANTED A flvo or six Inch cen
trifugal pump. Write A. R. Olson
Hums, Oregon. 38-40
FOR RENT Throo housokoopInK
rooms with bath nnd garage also
1 furnished bedroom. Phono 173-M
WANTED Mallord ducks. Phono
tho Argus. 3,8-tf,
FOR RENT Modorn flvo room
houso, furnished. Also ono throo
room houso furnished. Call Frult
land Cafe. nc-tf.
FOR RENT flood houso, cheap.
Inquire of Davidson Orocory.
WANTED Sowing mnchlno, Dav
is proforred, and a good bod stead.
Mra. J. H. Gordon. Ilox 072. tt
LOST Auto tiro and rim 3Gx4U.
botwoon Oregon Hlopo and Ontario
on this sldo ot tho rlvor. Findor
ploaso notify Argus offlco. 38p
OREOON STATE FAIR: Salem,
Sept. 20 to Oct. 1 A wealth of
agricultural, livestock and Industrial
displays, an excellent racing pro
gram, high class .amusomonl and
attractions, andV Ideal camping
A. H. Lea, Manager, Salem, Or.'
Ienvc, Ontario (Mooro Hotel)
8:30 A. M.
GiOO P. M.
Ionve, Vain ( Drove! Hotel)
10:00 A. M.
0:30 P. M.
Phono, Ontnrlq 37-W
Phono Vnlo 3,
FOR SALE Modorn six room
liniittn. nvrnfit furnnrn. tlirfln blocks I
SE."lra?-ilo,-l.- " ,ou ,.n.?i! liliiliililllll
1'iuiii ut pimnvi
8 pint Percolator
$1.30 Small stew pans - 70c to $1.20
3.25 Large stew pans - $1.90 to $2.20
.70 Teakettle - -- $2.45
Large Granite Dishpans
Gqt. Granite Milk Pans
J gal. granite coffee pots
6 qt. stew pans
New Galvanized tubs for $1.00, $1.15 and $L30
ses, Art tick, roll
edjo for , . .$7.15
This is cheapor
than pro - .w a r
2 inch poster
Just arrived at
now low prico
but of wonderful
Other springs $4.
HIE ONTARIO TRADING CO.
is the newest firm in Ontario, and
yet it carries the standing and good
will of the firm of A. L. McDowell,
which has been in operation in On
tario foe over nine years. To the
reputation of tho old firm for
square dealing and reasonable
prices is being added new stocks of
goods and new aggressive policies
by the ne company. Because the
most of our business is transacted
'or cash, we can offer goods at a
owor margin than if we were bear
ng the expenses of a large credit
msiness. However in the case of
argo purchases we are willing to
carry customers for a reasonable
length of time, Our prices are low,
the quality of our stock is high,
and courtesy is the prevailing
point in -our salesmanship.
complete needs of
tho kitchen in a
at a lower price
than we can pur
chase them for to
day. But it is our
desire to move
the old stock.
prices with competitors.'
Pathe phonographs hold the sales record in the United States for the nnmber of
instruments spld. We are 'taking ONE-THIRD OFF our regular price. Records
are offered at 50c,
BUFFET Quartered Oak, wax' finish, 10"x36" mirror
Beautiful Stand Lamps ranging in price from
$3.00 to $13
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