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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, , MAY 4, 1922
Tuesday ovonlng ill tlto homo of
Misses Cora and Elhol McNulty tho
Olrls Club gavo a miscellaneous
showor In honor o( Miss Marjorlo
Turner whpso ongngomont has boon
announced. Tho houso wnB prottlly
decorated with blossoms and slrcuin
ors, tho color schomo being yollow.
A mock wedding was stagod, which
causod much hilarity, aftor which
llttlo Miss Holon Flfor and Evolyn
Lackey prcsontod tho gifts In a novol
way. A chair was placed In tho
contor of tho room and Miss Turner
was seated In It. Thon llttlo Holon
Flfor carried In a largo parasol
trlmmod In yollow. which -was hold
ovor Miss Turner, followed by Evelyn
Lackoy, representing Cupid, carry
Ing tho gifts In a tiny whoolbarrow.
Many usoful and attractlvo gifts
woro rocolvod. Dainty refreshments
woro thon sorved. Noxt Tuosday
Is tho day sot for tho hlko, with all
mombors to moot at tho homo of Mrs.
W. L. Turner at 5:30 p. m.
Tho Ontario Qlrl's Club woro do
llghtfully ontortalnod Monday morn
Ing at tho homo of Mrs. 13. M.
Qrolg with a May Day Breakfast.
Tho homo was prottlly decorated
with yollow daffodllos, wild currant
blossoms and Easter llllos. Tablos
woro set for twenty girls.
Mrs. O, M. ' Castloman gavo a
lunchoon for tho Monday Drldgo
club last Monday afternoon, follow
Ing tho lunchoon four tables of
brldgo woro played.
Mrs. A. L. Cockrum was tho
hostess for tho wookly gnthorlng of
tho Tuesday brldgo club, whllo Mrs.
F. J. Clomo ontortalnod tho Wednes
day brldgo this wook.
Dr. It. 0. I'ayno was tho host for
tho plnochlo club's convocation last
Tho Imporlal Club was ontortaln
od last Thursday at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Van Potton.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. McFall woro
tho hosts for tho now auction brldgo
club which Is yot unchrlstcned, at a
dlnnor and auction party Tuesday
Tho annual meeting of tho
Woman's club Is mooting today at
tho city hall.
Mrs. E. W. Dills left last Friday
attornoon for hor now homo In
Mr. Lathrop and his band boys
will accompany tho track toam to
Vale noxt Friday.
SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY
.MAT. 2UI() EVE. 7:il. MAT. HUN. UHIO CONTINUOUS
TOM MIX m
A sequel to"Tho Untamed"
Pola Negri in
' THE RED
A romance of line feathers
that covered a heart of gold
Also LARRY SEMON In
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Qonulno sympathy for those who mourn, sympathy t
Oonulno sympathy for thoso who mourn, sympathy
which oxprossos Itsolt In every llttlo act of sorvlco
that soothes dlstrnught norvos and quiets tho
troublod mind, Is a kind of sympathy raroly
found In this busy work-a-day world.
To thoso homes whoro tho dread cuost has bo
como visitor, wo strlvo to bring much sympathy,
II. L. PETEnBON
Ontario Furniture Co.
Copyright IM. rlnclnnitl Colon Co.
?ect IKE PATTERSON
at the primaries Friday, May 19.
Ha U a man of raro personality and
E roved executive ability. Hare,
riefly, Is hi storyr Isasto Lea Pat
terson wai born in Denton County,
Oregon, in 1059. Attended country
tehooli and worked hie way through
-L-i-.i- II .1 f.
vnriiiMiii .ouege, nionmouin. ue
came a successful merchant in
Salem. In 1094 wa elected Stata
Senator from Marion County. In
1090 wat appointed Collector of
Custom at Portland, by President
McKinleyi re-appointed by Preeldent
Roosevelt in 1902,
A Record of Achievement
WHILE he wat collector, the business of Mr. Patter
ton's office practically doubled yet he reduced the
cott of running hit office by $6,300 a year. Since 1906
hat been a tuccettful farmer at Eola, Polk County. In
'919 and 1921 served at State Senator from Poll. County,
At chairman of Senate Finance Committee led the fight
against wholesale salary increase bills nnd defeated most
xf them. In 1921 voted against increasing Coventor')
Vote for Patterson and Stop this Waste!
Sine 1013 Stata taxes have Increased 7-18.7 per cent!
This gross extravagance mutt be stopped I Mr. Patter
ton Sat pledged that when elected he will make a tub
ttantial decreato in your state taxes by efficient and eco
nomical administration, A vote for Senator Patterson. i
vote for elean, economical business-hie government.'
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It. J. Peterson who has boon.
shearing sheep near tho Dlggs-Dun-
away ranch, suspondod operations
until warmer weather owing to tho
loss of sheep bocauso of tho cold
John Dlgelow visited his son, Silas,
anu inmny Wednesday, taking thorn
to Ontario In tho attornoon.
John llust mado a trip to Nyssa
Saturday, taking tho Howland broth
ers thoro, from which placo thoy
hired a car for an overland trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Patterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Ilutton and son woro
gucsta at tho Flshor homo Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Skinner and son, Sid,
visited at tho Dob Elliot homo Sun
day attornoon. Mrs. Sklnnor who
has boon III, Is still In poor health,
though somo hotter.
Don Preston of tho Idaho Power
Co., did somo otoctrlcal work at tho
Elliot and Itlppoy ranches tho first
of tho wook.
Mr. nnd, Mrs. Harry Doctor and
small daughtor of Vale, visited Mrs.
Doolor's paronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clms.
Flshor Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
W. Smith woro also dinner guests
at tho Flshor homo that day.
PupllB In Mrs. Schwolzor'o room
who woro nolthor absent nor tardy
during tho month are: Fred Pullon
Guy aicnn, Elba Pullon, Joo Shatto,
Hoy Williams, Elizabeth Kaylor,
Omar Illto, Georgia llust, Wanda
Hlto, Kenneth McDonald and Itada
and Nolllo Elliot. Thoso In Mrs.
Davis room are: Earl nnd Merle
Kygar, Lois Schwolzer, Albort and
Marvin Cnporton, Dorothy Kaylor,
Wornor Poutz and Jimmy Illto.
Mr. nnd Mrs.. Leo Jones of Nyssa
accompanlod by Mm. Albort Jones
and brother, Joseph Snydor, of Grid
Hoy, Calif., woro dlnnor guosts at tho
Warren Fonn homo Sunday. Mrs.
Albort Jonos Is n sister-in-law of
Mrs. Fojin. Sho nnd hor brothor had
boon called to Hatoy, Idaho by tho
death of a slstor, Mrs. Atinlo Dart
lott, nnd stopped nt Nyssa on tho re
turn trip for a fow days visit with
rolatlves. Torn, Cocll nnd C-oldlo
Board and Elmoro Fonn of Nyssa,
also spoilt Sunday at Fonn's, Tom
nnd Elmoro staying ovor to holp
with potato planting Monday.
Young pooplo of tho Owyhee who
will participate In tho Intorscholas-
tlo track moot at valo Friday are:
Elba Pullon, Nova Larson, Nolllo
and llada Elliot, Laura Huffman,
Frod Pullon, Omar Illto, Charloy
Huffman, Kenneth McDonald, Jesso
Pullon and Itoy Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Lowo mado a
business trip to Ontario Mondny.
F. L. DoDord and Warren I-onii
got tholr sood potntoos Thursday,
going to Nyssa whoro thoy woro
shlpp'od from Twin Falls.
Ruth Plnkston was an ovornlght
guost of Emmn Olascock Sunday.
Miss Lillian Davis and Tier sowing
class gavo a party to tho uppor grado
toachor, Mrs. Schwolzer and pupils,
at tho Pullen homo Friday ovonlng.
Aftor a Jolly ovonlng sopnt In play
lug games, dainty rofrosbmonts wero
A search was mado Sunday for tho
body of Oliver Howland; who was
drowned In tho Owyhee rlvor 0 days
ago. To dato It has not boon found.
NOTICE OF SALE OF K8TKAYB
Notlco Is horoby given that undor
nnd by vlrttio of an Ordor of tho Hon.
Of L. Klng.-Justlsco of tho Pcaco In
O. L. King, Justlco of tho Peace In
County of Malheur and Stato of Oro
gon, duly mado and onterod on tho
3rd day of Mar. 1022. tho Constablo
of Snnko Itlvor Precinct, Mainour!
County, Stato of Oregon, will on tho
27th day of May, 1022, at tho hour
of 10 o'clock A. M. at tho promises
of tho undorslgnod Irvln I. Culbort
son, doscrlbod as: Tho SoUthoast
Quarter of Southeast Quartor of Sec
tion 26, Township 16 South, Ilango
47 E. W. M. Malheur County, Ore
gon, sell to tho highest blddor for
cash all of tho following described
horses, sold as estrays!
Ono Drown Guiding, aged 12 yrs.
No vlslblo brand. Wat. 1300 lbs.
Ono Drown Mara, aged 8 yrs. No
Vlslblo brand. Wgt. 000 lbs.
Ono Sdrrol adding, aged 2 yrs.
No vlslblo brand. Wgt. 000 lbs.
Ono Gray Stallion, aged 2 yrs.
Wgt. 1100 lbs. Doth hind foot
whlto. No vlslblo brand.
Quo dark brown Stallion, aged 3
yrs. Wgt. 1100 lbs. Doth hind
foot whlto. Draudod D -- on loft
Ono light brown Yearling Stallion,
whlto spot In forehead. Doth hind
foot whlto. Wgt. about 700 lbs.
Tho ubovo doscrlbod horses aro
sold as estrays to satisfy tho sum of
$70.00 damages, $3.00 Justlco Court
costs, $20.00 attornoy fees, together
with accruing costs of Balo.
IHVIN I. CULDEUTSON,
Dato of First publication May 4, 1022
Dato of Last Publication May 18,
NOTICE TO CONTHACTOHS
Vale, Oregon, May 3rd, 1022.
Sonlod bids will bo rocolvod by tho
County Court of .Malheur County,
Stato or Oregon, nt valo, Oregon, on
tho 20th day of May, 1022, at 11
o'clock A. M. for tho grading and
construction of about 0 miles of tho
Nyssa-Jordan Market Road, on tho
Knights ranch Succor Crook Section
of said road, commencing nt Station
000 and ending nt Station 000 near
Molloya ranch, In Malheur County,
Oregon, according- to plans and spe
cifications on file In tho offlco of J.
F. Joyco, unglnoor nt Ontario, Oro
gon. No bids will ba consldorod unloss
accompanied by a certified check
for Ilvo per cent of tho amount of
A satisfactory bond will bo re
quired for fifty per cont of tho
amount of tho successful bid tor tho
faithful porformuhco of tho contract.
Tho right Is reserved to roloct any
and all bids.
Dy ordor of tho County Court of
Malheur County, Oregon.
II. B. BACKETT. County X'lork.
First publication May 4, 1022.
Last publication May 11, 1022.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THE COUNTY OF MALHEUR
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OF MALHEUR
Tho Payette Choral Club will glva
a Concort and Cantata at the Emma
Thoatro, Payette on Monday evening
May 8 th at 8 o'clock. Price of ad
mission, fifty cents. Reservod seat
tlckots on salo at Colo Pharmacy,
Dr. George D. Van Wators will bo
In Ontario Sunday ovonlng May 14
to hold Episcopal services at the
Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. ra. A cor
dial Invitation to tho public Is extended.
NOTICE OF IONI KALI.
NOTICE Is horeby given that
sealed bids will bo received by tho
Hoard of Directors of tho "FAIR
MORE IRRIGATION DISTRICT" nt
their offlco In Ontario, Oregon, for
tho purchase of $20,000.00 of tho
6 coupon, ton year, bonds of tho
said district up to two o'clock P. M.
of Juno 10, 1022. DIds to bo sub
mitted to the Secretary of Bald Dis
trict at Ontario, Oregon.
WW W. WHITE,
Socrotary of "FAIRMORE IRRIGA
First publication May 4, 1922.
Last publication Juno 8, 1922,.
PATTERSON CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
J0 1 Imjttritl Itottl Portltad, Oregon
I, Galin Paris, do heroby give
notice that I will not bo responsible
for any bills contracted for, with, or
by my wlfo, Tholma Paris.
Emmett, Idaho, May 3, 1923
.GET THE GOPHERS
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE A
TALK WITH GOPHEX JOHN. I
WILL T1U1 UY THE DAY' OR BY
THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK
OF ONTARIO, OREGON, A Cor
HERBERT II. TUNNY, GEOROB
P. REIHSEN, FRANK P. RYAN,
DAVIDSON GROCERY COM
PANY, a Corporation, H. LEE
NOE, Bhorlff, aud PLAY M.
TO HBRHERT II. TUNNY, ono of tho
nbovo named defendants.
IN THE .NAME OF THE 8TATE- OF
You aro horoby roqulrod to ap
pear and aniwor tho Complant here
tofore filed against you In tho above
entitled suit, In tho abovo entitled
court, on or boforo tho expiration of
six wookB from tho dato of tho first
publication of this summons, and In
tho ovont of your failure to do bo,
plaintiff will apply to the court for
tho rollef prayed for In Its Complaint
on fllo heroin, to-wlt: Judgment
and decree against you for tho sum
of $6860,08, with Interest tboroon at
tho rata of 10 per annum from
December 3rd, 1021, together with
$600.00 reasonable attorney feed
aud plaintiff's costs and disburse
ments herein, and for tho foreclos
ure of that certain Chattel Mortgage
mado an oxocuted by you to tho First
National Dank of Ontario, Oregoj),
on tho 3rd day of December, 1021,
iflilntt a lit f ni fvn Hi xi' n a awiimili-il
ItV4it-l D-4i MU4i)MrJU n tea evwwtMut
on tho 1st day of February, 1022 In
I Hook Z on pagos 237 and 238 Ho
Icord of Chattel Mortgages In the of
fice or tno uouuiy wiorKoi mainour
County, Orogon, and for thp sale of
the personal property described In
said Mortgogo to apply upon said
Docroo and Judgment; and for tho
further order and decree of tho
abovo entttlod court that said Mort
gage Is a first and valid lien upon
all of tho porsonal property de
scribed In satd Mortgage, and that
any right, Hen, claim or Interest
which tho defendants George P.
Helhsen,' Frank P. Ryan, Davidson
Grocery Company, a corporation, H,
Loo Noo, and Clay M. Stearns, re
ceiver, may havo or claim to have In
and to the said personal proporty or
any part or parcel thereof, is sub
ject to and subordinate to the Hen
and claim of plaintiff under said
Mortgago, and for such other and
further relief as to tho court may
seem Just and equltablo.
This Summons ts pumisuea
against you under and by virtue of
an Ordor of Publication of Summons
of tho Hon. Dalton Dlggs Circuit
Judgo of Malheur County, Oregon,
made on the 4th day of May, 1922.
R. W. BWAGLER. Attorney for
Plaintiff, residing at Ontario,
Dato of first publication May 4i
Date of last publication June 16,
MAN WILL DEFEAT WILLIAMS
Voters Want Live Committeeman
bE feV aflaiHaiwtaTaTaV
Republican Cnndldato For
ON MAY 10
O. H. FITHIAN
Portland, Too, is For Fithian
REPUBLICANS ALL OVER THE 8TATB ARE (JETTING READY
TO VOTE ON MAY 10 TO ELECT O. H. FITHIAN NATIONAL
COMMITTEEMAN INSTEAD OF RALPH E. WILLIAMS, WHO
HAS HAD THE JOD TOO LONG
PORTLAND DAILY NEWH HAYHl
"It Is a refreshing and healthy sign when a busy and success
ful man takes oft his coat and runs for an office that la salary-less
mid of dubious honor.
"Such n man la O. II. FITHIAN, wholesale shoo morchnnt,
cnndldato for tho office of Republican National Committeeman.
Ho is opposing Rulph E, Williams, who has sorved since 1008.
Originally Williams was a Democrat.
land.. It Is
Is tho head of tho Flthlan Darker Shoe Co., Port
literally truo this tlmo that tho 'office sweks thu
MORNING OHEGONIAN BAYBi
"That FITHIAN has organized a strong campaign and Is con
ducting a vlgorousi battle, Is ovldont to tho public and It has un
doubtedly caused uneasiness In the Wlllams camp."
POHTIiAND TEIjIXUIAM HAYHl
"Flthlan, although a lifelong worker In thu Republican
party, has never sought political offlco,
"Williams is a professional politician who, after serving 14'
yours as national committeeman wants still another term.
"In the 1912 national convention Williams was antagonistic
to Theodoro Roosovelt, dosplto tho fact that thu' Orogon
delegation, was pledged to tho great American.
dulogatloti In Congress.
to work In harmony with Oregon's
"Williams has uuvor worked In harmony with the delegation."
Dy Chas. T. Early, Prosldent
Robt. G. McNary, Socrotary
Chas. W. Eborloln, Treasurer.
Will boII or trade a 7 passongor
Btudobakor car in good condition,
flvo cord tires, for good work borsos.
Inquire Argus Office.
FOR SALE flvo acres on hill 3-4
mllo from High School under ad
vancement Co, ditch with water
right- Flno place for chickens or
garden. All good soil. Prlco $600.
Inquire W. H, Doollttlo Trustee.
Mnu nnd wlfo want work on ranch
olthor togothor or separately. In
qulro of Aigus or addross Dox 230,
Ontario, Oregon. ' f
FOR SALE or Trade.. Six Cylinder
Standard car, 6 cord tires fine
condition, for salo choap, terms to'
responsible party,, or will trado for
Ilvo stock. Call at Argus office. '
MAKE OREGON SAf E TOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
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The Only Westornor Ever Elected VIco Chairman of the
Republican National Committee
Keep the West In Power
Tho Republican National Committee consists of one member
from each stato In the Union and is the political organization of
In June, 1021, at the Commttee's first, moetlng after the in
auguration of Presldont Warren Q. Harding, every state cast Its
voto for Ralph E. Williams of Oregon for vico-chalrman of tho
Committee, recognizing by their unanimous vote his fitness and
ability as a leader to till this responsible position.
A vote for Ralph E. Williams for Republican National Com
mltteeman will confirm the action of the forty-eight states In
electing him vlco-chnlrman of the Republican National Committee
a position never before held by a western man. '
Ralph E. Williams of Oregon, as vice-chairman of tho Repub
lican National Committee, Is directly in line to become National
chairman, the highest position attainable in the Republican
A National Committeeman on the National Committee does
not make or,executo tho laws, but carries out tire policies and plat
form of tho party adopted by the delegates at each previous Na
Mr. Williams is senior member of the National Committee
.Seniority In this committee gives one the same power as seniority
in the U. S, Senate.
Vote To Keep Him There
Paid adr. by Committee of Republicans, C. L. Starr, 8ec'y617
Hoard of Trade Bldg., Portland, Ore. '
turn. Mrs. R. O. rayne.