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TEE ONTAKIO AUG OS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1922
Georgia Rust is convalescing from
an attack of scarlet fovor.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bradley and
daughters, Ruby and Alta, returned
the last of tho week from Emmett
and vicinity, where they have been
Gus Schwelzer and daughter, An
na went to Boise, where Miss Anna
underwent an oporatlon for remov
al of tonsllB.
Choir practice was hold Saturday
evening at Kllngback's. They will
meet at tho Fisher homo next wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh DeBord and
son, Burlo, accompanied by Elmer
and Clarence DeBord of Arena Val
ley visited at tho F. L. DeBord homo
Sunday afternoon and spont tho
night with Louis DoBord.
Mrs. Otto Schwelzor and Mrs.
Ruth Shoro are visiting at tho Oce
Schwelzor homo. Miss Evelyn
Schwelzer of Nyssa, Is visiting her
cousin, Peggy Shoro.
Miss Lillian Davis of Vale, met
with tho sowing class at tho Pullen
homo Friday, it being her last meet
ing with them.
Word from Manan Lowe, who is
now tho guest of relatives in Okla
homa, states that she is having an
enjoyable visit, but doesn't much
enjoy tho sevore and numerous
thunder storms of the East.
Socond hay cuttlne is starting in
parts of tho valley, and is generally
a much moro promising crop than
tho first, with little of no weevil.
Mr. and Mrs. LoRoy DoWltt and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schwelzor and
daughter, Delia, called at tho Lowe
homo Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hito returned
from Long Valloy where they have
been for several weeks. Mr. Hlte
and son, Omar, are going back
Rov. Blom and son, from Ontario,
woro making calls In the community
$325 to $8
For Smiinniinnier Wear
A Special Lot
Bathing Suits' -
Nowhere the assortment you will
Find here, priced -
$100 TO $6
BOYER BROS. CO.
Dances for August
TWELVE now dance Itita that will turn tho houso porch
into a ballroom, with tho Whitman's, Club Royal,
tho Donsons and those othor nationally famous or
chestras to play for your guosts. A program to suit ovory"
danco taste, with a waltz and a mudloy waltz included for
variety. Hoar thorn all hear thorn early!
Loneaomo Mama Fox Trot
Momphls Blues Fox Trot
T ho Virglnlaus
Moon Illver Waltz Qrooii llrothors Marlmba"orch,
Lovo Sends a Little Gift of noses Med. Waltz
It's Up to You (J'en at Marrol) Fox Trot 18911
Soothing Fox Trot All Star Trio and tholr Orch. 18910
Night Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra
Paul Whitoman and His Orchestra
Neath tho South Boa Moon Fox Trot (from
"Zlegtold Follloa") Paul Whltomati and orchmtra
Syncopato Modled Fox Trot (from "Molly Bur
ling") Club Royal Orchestra 1S912
Llttlo Thoughts Fox Trot
Tho Donsou Orchestra of Chicago
Nobody Lied Fox Trot Tho Virginians 1S913
Tho Yankeo Doodlo Rluea Fox Trot Tho Virginians
Prescriptions our Specialty
Rexall Eastman Victor
EVERYBODY IS ANXIOUS
FOR "THREE MUSKETEERS"
Sixteen duels, a man holding up a
brokon brldgo while three riders
cross it, tho stealing of a quoen's
Jewels, a desporate fight with a con
scloncelcss woman for their recov
ery, a smashing1 of one of tho great
est Intrigues of history those are
but a few of tho dramatic incidents
In Douglas Falrbank's sixth United
Artists picture, "The three Musket
eers" scheduled for a 3 night run at
the Dreamland Theatre beginning
next Susday, uly 30.
MALHEUR COUNTY REAL ES
TATE TRANSFERS RECORD
ED JULY 15 TO JULY 22
Myrtle L. Potrie to W. E. Howard
et al, 79 acres in Sec. 20-18-45.
U. S. A. to Thos. C. Doan, SE'4
NE14 and SWHNE& Sec. 20-19-44.
"Sidney S. All et ux to Bertie L.
All, NNE4 and SENE Sec.
9-13-42. 71C22. $1.00.
W. E. Edwards et ux to Malheur
county, road right of way. 7722.
F. C. Oxman, Jr., ot ux to G. H.
Ricker, SE Sec. 9; ajid WSW
Sec. 10-19-44. 71922. 11.00.
Frank B. Qlenn et ux to Frank B.
Glenn, r lots 27 and 28. block C,
Hope Add. to Vale. 71922. $1.00
Oscar Jacobson et ux to Malheur
county, road right of way, 62822.
Peter Chrlstensen to Ever Chris
tonson, WNW4 Sec. 15-21-46.
Frank W. Welcome et ux to Hen
ry W. Welcome, Undivided l-20the
interest in lot 17, DlocK zu, juntura.
Dora Dunlop et vir to Lloyd H.
Richardson ot ux, lots 11, 12 and 13,
block 44, Ontario. 71322. $700.
Sidney Burbidgo to I. O. Ander
son, 6.71 acres in Sec. 31-19-47.
Wm. McKibhen et ux to Annie
Phillips, BSSWi4NW Sec. 31-19-47.
C. R. Johnson et ux to Fanny M.
Johnson, part of lot C, block D. Bar
tons Tract in Sec. 4-18-47. 72022.
Elizabeth King ot al to Malheur
Land o., NWSEUNW Sec. 2G-1C-43.
M. A. Buchanan to Malheur Land
Co., SWNENWH Sec. 2G-16-43.
Alpha C. Ray et al to Malheur
Land o., SESENW Sec. 2C-1G-43.
Herbert B. Geary et ux tn Malheur
Land Co., SWtfSWUNWU Sec. 26-
16-43. G82Z. $1.UU.
John E. Watson et ux to Malheur
Land Co., part of ENENW&
Sec. 2G-16-43. 61422. $1.00.
W. M. Grippon et ux to Malheur
Land Co., part of NWHNEUNWU
Sec. 26116-43. 6113122. $1.00. '
Roy S. Wilson ot ux to Malheur
Land Co., NWNWNW see.
26-16-43. 6114122. $1.00.
MARRLYGE LICENSES ISSUED
Dwlght F. Pierce and Erma Kline
7 17 22.
Frod William Wilson and Delilah
Muriel Miller. 71722.
Horbert E. Farley and Aletha L.
Hurry C. Edwards vs. A. H. Ches-
tor ot als. 7120122. Foreclosure oi
Ontario National Bank vs. Uamcs
Ml Weaver. 72022. Recovery on
Frank Golden vs. Amos Aramburn
7120122. Recovery on note $2750.
E. A. Stegnor vs. Mrs. Ellen Doo
lln et als. 7121-22, Foreclosure of
BONDS CALLED FOR PAYMENT
1. Against FLIES and MOS
QUITOES. Close the windows and
doors and spray FLY-TOX Into the
air in all directions, especially up
wards. Then watch them gather at
tho windows and drop dead every
last ono of them. They liavo been
killed by asphyxiation, same as be
ing gassed. A room full of flies can
be killed In about five minutes. No
unpleasant odor no muss no dan
ger. 2. Against MOTHS. Spray FLY
TOX in the closets and chests where
clothes are kept. Then close them
up for twenty minutes. Do this
onco a month.
3. Against CICKROACHES and
WATERBUGS. Spray FLY-TOX
Into their hiding places. It will
bring them out. Give them an
other shot and watch them turn over
and dlo. Same application for ants,
spiders and lice in hen houses.
4., Against BED BUGS. Spray
the beds, springs, and covers with
FLY-TOX. Rip open the cover of
the matress and spray insido and
outside. Spray the baseboards,
floor and walls.
5. Against FLEAS and LICE on
Dogs and Chickens. - Spray FLY
TOX into the hair or feathers. Do
not rub into the skin, as it might
The last things wanted in a home
of business placo are bugs.
Heretofore, the remedies for these
indoor insects have been almost as
bad as the bugs themselves.
Insect powders are messy to use
and the better class of homes will
not put up with tho dust resulting
from the use of insect powder. Fly
paper is not a pleasant thing to look
nt and poorly efficient.
Most liquid insecticides smell bad
ly, discolor and stain.
What Is FLY-TOX?
It is a household Insecticide and
It is a clear amber colored liquid
which you apply with an ordinary
garden sprayer of mouth sprayer.
Mouth sprayer FREE.
It will not stain or harm the
most delicate fabrics, linen, cur
tains, wall papr, oto. It is not pois
onous, even If taken Internally by
man, fowl or beast.
The odor Is pleasantly aromatic
and passes away quickly when the
windows are open.
It is a wonderful cleaner for glass
and enamelware. ,
Does not contain Carbolic Acid
(Phenol), Oil of Myrbane (Nltro-
benzol) or any chemicals poisonous
to human beings.
Keep FLY-TOX away from ox
Sold by all dealers. Accept no sub
stitutes. PAYETTE VALLEY REX SPRAY CO.
Distributors, Payette, Idaho
PAID LOCAL ADS
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GO IN THIS COLUMN
Owing to tho difficulty of keep
ing account ot items for this col
umn, the mistakes which occur In
telephone conversations due to mis
understandings, tho Argus has de
termined to place this column on a
cash in advance basis. To use this
column therefore write your ad,
count six words per line and remit
as follews: For first insertion 10
cents per line, all subsequent Inser
tions 6 cents per lino; mall check, or
If coin is used see that same is
wrapped so that it will not drop
mmmtm , j ,
Hemstitching and Plcoting attach
ment. Fits any sewing machine.
Price $2.00. ECONOMY SALES
COMPANY, Medford, Ore. 34 4t
FOR SALE RIGHT Two milch
Cows, pno fresh In August, one
Jersey, ono Guernsey. Also two
brood sows, one to farrow about
Sept. 1st, one not bred. C. W. Gar
rett, 3 miles west of Ontario. 34tf
TEACHER OF PIANO Mrs, Chris
tiansen. Phone 170 W. 34 4t
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
for light housekeeping, phono 80M
FOR SALE 35 shares of Nevada
Ditch stock. II. A.-Arneson. tf.
FOR SALE Dodge touring car,
late 1919 Model. Harvey's Garage.
FOR SALE 62 acres under
Warm Spring Project three miles
west of Ontario, known as Springer
ranch, $600.00. Write Geo. H.
Foster Co. Baker, Oregon.
May 25 Aug 31 pd.
FOR SALE: by ewner: 5 acre tract,
buildings, fruit and shade trees.
Address Box 84 Ontario . 32-34
The UNIVERSITY rf OREGON
The -college of Literature, Science
nd.the ArU vith 22 department!.
The professional schools o J Archi
tecture Business Administration -Education-Graduate
Medicine Music Physical Educa
The 47th Year Opens Octobtr 2, 1922
Far acataloiua or any Information
Write Tht Reilitrar, UniVtriUy of
Oregon, Euftnt, Oreton.
Friday and Saturday, July 28 & 20
"Tho Last Trail"
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, July 30,
31 and Auguest 1
"Tho Three Musketeers" "
News and Comedy v
Wednesday and Thursday ,
August 2 and 3
"Tho Silent Vow''
Friday and Saturday, Aug 4 and 5
William Vox Production
"Tho Queen of tho Turf"
FOR SALE Spring chickens, 35c
each. A. B. Cain, phone 206W.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8, OREGON
Notice is heroby given that the
ininl wimnlnlntf nutRtnndllll! block
of an Ibsuo of $4 6,000 bonds of the
above-mentioned scnooi uismci,
dated April 1, nineteen hundred
and olovon, duo April 1, nineteen
hundred and thlrty-ono; optional
for redemption on and after April
1, nineteon hundred and twenty-one
being bonds numbered 1 to 92, in
clusive. In denominations of $500
each are called for puymont and will
bo paid on and nftor September 1,
nineteen hundred twonty-two and no
ininrait if Ml im nllmvnil after Seu-
tombor 1, nlnotoen hundred twonty-
W. L. TURNER,
Clerk, Malheur County, School
District No. S, Oregon.
First publication July 27, 1922
Last publication August 3, 1922.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Matinee Saturday 2:30
Also Ben Turpin comedy
and International News
SUNDAY & MONDAY
Matinee Sunday 2:30
THOMAS MEIGHAN in
"THE BACHELOR DADDY"
"11IUED AND FIRED"
AND SELZNICK NEWS
FOR SALE or Trade 200 acres
raw land near Baker, Ore., can be
Irrigated. $20 por awe. Mortgage
$908, six per cent. H. C. Wood
ward, Emmett, Idaho, R. 2. 33 It
FOR SALE: Ave acres on hill 3-4
mile from High School under ad
vancement Co. ditch with water
right Fine place for chickens or
garden. All good soil. Prfco $600.
Inquire W. H. Doollttle Trustee.
flramqs Great Drama
The greatest action picture ever made
moment during the entire course.
not a dull
3 days beginningSun. July 30,also July 31 & Aug. 1
Admission children 25c Adults 50c
WE ARE IN A POSITION TO SERVE OUR PATRONS IN THE WAY OF MERCHANDISE BETTER
THAN EVER BEFORE, AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MEN'S WORK SHOES
Wo havo all kinds and at all
prices. U. S. MARINE SHOES
an all leather shoe, price only
Elk Outing Shoes, pair $2.45
Elk Outing Shoes, pair $2.05
Elk Outing Shoes, pair $2.03
Elk Outing- Shoes, pair $3.03
" MEN'S DRESS SHOES
v Black and Tan, per pair
$1.98 to $4.25
LADIES and MISSES' OX-
FORDS and PUnS
Black, Kid and Patent Leath
er, per pair1
Boya' Bathlug Suits - $1.00
Mou's Bathing Suits $1.33
JIEN'S KHAKI PANTS
$1.45 to $2.75
GOOD DRESS PANTS
$2.95 to $4.50
Khaki Handkerchiefs at Rets
GOOD COTTON SOX
Pr. 15c, 2 for 25c
U. S. ARMY GOODS
U. S. Army Tents at $2.05
Army Mosquito Tents $1.25
Army Laundry Bags 30 cts.
Army Bed Ticks 00 cts.
24" x 45" only
Smaller sizes at 15c, 25c, 30c
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
Pillow Cases at 20c, 30c, 45c
Shoots, largo sizes, priced at
05c, $1.45, $1.50, $1.85, $2.10
30 INCH PERCALE
19c and 20c
Lots of pretty Now GINGHAMS
priced, per yard, 20c, 25c, 30c
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
1 dozon Napkins 18"xl8", on
Saturday only $1.05
TABLE DAMASK 72" wide
Saturday special yard 00 ct.
Table Damask, mercerized.
72 Inches 73c
40 inches wide
Saturday only - - 35 cts.
15o CRASH TOWELING
Saturday only, per yard 10c
Apron Ginghams, per yd. 15c
MEN'S KHAKI SHIRTS
Saturday only - 40c
-MENS DRESS SHIRTS $1.00
MEN'S UNION SUITS 8g"
JIEN'S TWO PIECE SUMMER
Per garment jsc
ANY I.ABV MAKING A PURCHASE OF $BJJO OR MORE WILL RECEIVE A 50c HKEAH KNIFE
VKEE. ANY MAN MAKING A PURCHASE OF A $3.50 PAIR OF SHOES OR MORE WILL
RECEIVE A GILLETTE RAZOR FREE