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THE ONTAKIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1922
GOLDEN RULE ANNUAL
ONE D A Y O IN L Y
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16, 1922
Odd Follows Ilnre Now Officers
At a recent mooting of Ontario
Lodge I. O. O. P. No. 90, J. F. D1I
lard -was oloctnd Noble Orand to suc
ceed George W. Hiiw, and William
VIernow was olocted as vico
Orand and N. A. Mead secretary.
Tbo new offlcora liavo been Installed
and are now In cbargo of the affairs
of tho order hero.
T. T. Koboutmanager of tbo
Blackaby Commercial company of
Jordan Valloy and premier good
roads booator in that section, camo
out Sunday enrouto to Portland for
the doings of Buyer's week, an event
ho novor overlooks. Mr. Kohout
reports that road work from tho
top of Succor Crook . to Malloy's
ranch is progressing and will bo of
great boneflt to tho folk of that ro
glon. Gradually, though slowly
Jordan Valley Is soelng improve
ments in hor moans of communica
tion with tho outside world.
II. R. Caldwoll, now a rosidont of
Einmott whoro ho is In tho transfer
business, but who in timos past has
called Ontario homo, was hero Sun
day visiting frionds. Thero is plen
ty doing in tho sawmill town, says
Mr. Caldwoll and whtlo there are
peoplo leaving thoro, there always Is
somoono to take tholr place nnd
homos aro at a premium.
William Hanloy of Bums passed
through OIntnrlo on his way homo
C. F. DoNoffo, of Baker, an old tllli
cura of Mayor Henry Doollttlo when
thoy wore "kids" In tho Washing
ton territory, wns in Ontario last
weok on business. Mr. Do Neffo
has a numbor of lots In Ontario and
came down to seo about getting somo
soldlor boy to build a homo upon
Farmer Smith, tho famous lec
turor of the Union Pacific, came to
Ontario Friday evening so that he
would be on timo to meet tho visit
ing dalrymou when thoy got hero
Monday. In tho meantime ho is
getting acquainted with tho prob
lems of tho farmers of this section.
Farmer tsuiltli has dollvorod moro
agricultural loctures during tho past
SO years than any othor man in Am
erica, or tho world, no doubt, and
Is known all ovor tho country from
tho 'Pacific ocean to tho Great
Lakea and from tho Canadian bor
dor to to southern boundaries of
A Basque family which lived In
tho Davo Dunbar property on South
Richardson stroot, last week pur
chased tho Boyd proporty consist
ing of tho largo framo resldonco nnd
five lots on North Oregon street.
Tho consideration was $6500.
Mrs. O. M. Castleman and (laugh
tor Barbara, and Mrs. Castleman's
raothor, Mrs. Barbara Wllllughby,
returned Saturday from Starkey
where they have boon camping for
several weeks. Mrs. J. F. Kershaw
of Waitsburg, Wash , and hor daugh
ter camo homo with thorn, Mrs.
Kershaw Is Mrs. Castloman's sister.
W. II. Laxson camo down Satur
day from Starkey whoro tho I.axson
family is taking nn outing.
Miss Eloamoro Whoelan and Miss
xelda Hardy of Pocatollo, who were
guests at tbo J, II. Itassmusson
home last week returned to tholr
Mrs. Noll O, Bodford was, num
bered among tho buyers who wero
passengora on No. 19 Sundny en-
route (or Portland and Ruyer'B
Mr. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Van Petten, Miss Amy Can field and
Bernard Rader returned Saturday
from the Payette Lakea whore thoy
pt their vacation,
Miss Chrlstlno Abbott who has been
attending summer school at Corval
11s, and who taught domestic science
and extension work at Auborn, Cat.
last year, stopped of here to visit
friends while on her way to Cald
woll. Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Harris are the
parents of a nine pound boby boy
born Wednesday morning.
Mrs. W. H. Abondroth, Jr., and
daughter Marjorio, and Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. Barbour .and daughter, Doro
thy of Boise, are visiting with Sgt.
and Mrs, Abendroth.
Mrs. W. E. Lees is having the
ploasuro of enjoying a visit from her
mothor, Mrs. F. F. Wodgor of Su
Miss Callte Cole loft Wednesday
morning for an extended trip to
The annual afternoon picnic of
the W. T. C. U. will be held on
Tuesday, August 25, at tho homo of
Mrs. Adolph Gramse. This organ
ization is ono of the strongest in
Ontario, having a membership of
noarly 120 and representing about
C. M, Thompson and family who
havo been at tho lake for some timo
returned home Saturday. Allen
Bodford, who was their guest, ac
companled thom. Tbo trip in the
hills was cut short by reason of tbo
rainy spoil which visited that ro
glon. Mrs. Dorothy Flar and her two
children from Boise, returned to
tholr homo In tho Idaho capltol Sat
urday after Bpondlng a weok with
Mrs. Flar's parents, Sergeant and
Mrs. W. II, Abendroth, who nre liv
ing bore now that Sorgeant Aben
droth has been peimnnently assigned
to duty In chnigo of tho Ontario H.
O. T. C.
Miss Nellie Mori Is loft Sunday
eronlng for Portland to attend Buy
line by Frank Brown, secretary to
Governor Davis, R. E. Shepard,
manager of the Twin Falls North
Side Land and Water company, and
Guy Flenner, manager of the West
ern States Reclamation Association
of Pocatollo. Governor Davis met his
guests early Monday morning at
Those who went from Ontario
with cars and as guides to tell the
visitors of the possibilities of this
region were: E. C. Van Petten,
J. R. Blackaby, R. W. Jones, W. W.
Wood, L. R. Brlethaupt, W. H. Doo
llttlo, E. B. Conklln, W. J. Plnney,
Paul Sellgman and George K. Aiken,
who stayed with the party for the
trip, he having been added to tho
"Farmer Smith" also Joined the
party here after a few days visit in
PAID LOCAL ADS
REMIT CASH FOR ADS TO
GO IN THIS COLUMN
lUGOr-ST DAIRYMEN OF
NATION VISIT VAIiL
Owing to tho difficulty of keep
ing account of items for this col
umn, tho mistakes which occur in
telephone conversations due to mis
understandings, the Argus has de
termined to place this column on a
cash in advance basis. To use this
column thereforo write your ad,
count six words per line and remit
as follews: For first insertion 10
cents per lino, all subsequent inser
tions 5 cents per line; maiTcheck, or
if coin is used see that same is
wrapped so that it will not drop
(Continuod from page one)
publications with n circulation run
ning up into millions. Kirk Fox,
Waterloo, la., reprcsonts the Dalry
Farmor, another agricultural publl
Union Pacific System has Installed
In tho special car which brought tho
party -nest a press bureau comploto
ovon to news photographic dark
room for tho accomodation of tho
wostcrn prosB, handling news of tho
trip to the eastern publications re
presented, and for tbo use of cor
respondents with the party.
Also aiding tho work of tho par
ty nro R. A. Smith, supervisor of
agriculture for tho Union Pacific
Systom; C. C. Glgnoux, assistant
suponlsor of agriculture; and Joel
L. Priest, general agent of the ss-
tem for Idaho.
II. C. Searles of,tue party, is head
of tho dairy husbandry extension
dopartmont of tho University of
Iowa. C. W. Larson is head of tho
dairy division of tho department of.
agriculture at Washington, D. C.
J. H. Dorman, head of tho bureau
of animal husbandry at Washington.
Karl B. Mussor, secretary of tho
American Guernsey Club, Peter-
boro, tf. II. E. H. Farrlngton, hoad
of tho department of dairy husban
dry of the University of Wisconsin.
Reed Murray, secrotary of the Wis
consin Livestock Breeders Associa
tion. II. A. Harding, head of the
dairy research division of tho Fred
erick C Mathews company of De
troit, also formerly hoad of tho
dairy dopartmont of tho University
of Illinois. C, I. Durllugham, pres
ident of tho Ayroshlro Breedors As
sociation at Brandon, Vt., are also
in the group of eastern exports.
Thine party was met at the Idaho
Hemstitching and Plcoting attach;
mont. Fits any sewing machine
Price J2.00. ECONOMY SALES
COMPANY, Medford, Ore. 34 4t
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an Order of Sale,
duly made and entered by the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Malheur, on the 29th
day of July, 1922, in the matter of
tho Guardianship Estate of Newton
F. Zahller, a minor, the undersigned
guardian of said minor will, on and
after the 9th day of September,
1922, at tho law office of Wells W.
Wood In Ontario, Oregon, offer for
sale, and sell at private sale, in
one parcel, for cash In hand, sub
ject to confirmation by said County
Court, the following described tract
of real estate owned by said minor,
The North-east Quarter of Section
Thirty-one in ''Township Sixteen
South, Range Forty-four East W.
M in Malheur County, Oregon.
Done and dated and first pub
lished this 10th day of August, 1922.
ANNIE B. CARLILE, Guardian
of the estate of Newton F. Zahller,
Last publication September 7, 1922.
FARMERS WANTED to lease de
sirable alfalfa and grain Ranches
under irrigation. Amplo water, no
maintenance charge, good roads and
schools, Liberal contract. Will rent
for one, three and five years with
prlvelege to buy. We want bona fide
farmers who want to make all there
Is In It. Must be properly equipped
nnd come well recommended. A
CHANCE TO GET AHEAD. Call
on or wrlto. H. D. Elsmann, Mgr.
Malheur Land Co., Jamieson, Ore
gon. 35 tf.
Beforo selling your grain or seed
see' Andrews Grain Co. (Boyer
Building), Ontario, Oregon.
LOST1 Brown horso 4 years old,
weight about 1200. Stiayed away
from my place July 10. Liberal re
ward for information leading to re
covery. W. G. Armstrong, Ontario,
Oregon. " 35 4t
FOR SALE Jersey Milch Cow,
fresh 20 days; also some White
Leghorn Pullets. mllo east of
town. W. T. Parker. 35 2t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF CLARENCE W. HO
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned administrator of the Es
tate above named, to tho creditors
of and all persons having claims
against the Estate of Clarence W.
Howard, deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers accord
ing to law, within six months after
tho first publication of this notice
at the home ofthe administrator of
said estate at Vale, Oregon, or at
the office of the attorneys of said
The first notice hereof ia pub
lished in the Ontario Argus, this
3rd day of August, 1922.
ANDREW W. HOWARD,
Administrator of said Estate.
BROOKE & GALLAGHER, Ontario,
Oregon, attorneys for estate abovo
TEACHER OF PIANO
tlanson. Phono 170
W. 34" 4t
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
for light housokeoplng, phono 80M
FOR SALE 35 shares of Novada
Ditch stock. II. A. Arneson. tf.
FOR SALE Dodge touring car,
lato 1919 Model. Harvey's Garago.
FOR' SALE Spring chickens, 35c
each. A. B. Cain, phono 20 6 W.
Before selling your grain or seed
seo Andrews Grain Co. (Boer
Building), Ontario, Oregon.
FOR RENT Four room house.,
qulro phone 179W. ,
FOR SALE Kitchen range, cabi
net, electric washer, hoater, chick
ens. Mrs. Wm. Kerchor, 2 blocks
N. W. grado school It
Vacation Clearance of
By tpecial arrangement with the maker
we allow $1.00 for your old pen or pencil
(any make) on any new $2.50 pen or better
Sale ends when all pens are sold
FOR SALE Lots 35 and 3G In
block 3 bt Riverside Addition to
City of Ontario. Send us yourNvery
best cash offer at once as this prop
erty must bo sold to Bettlo estate.
D. Stoutenburg, Butterfleld, Minn.
The foremost Scientific Instltue
of the world developed this product
to kill Flies, Mosqultos, Cock
roaches, Moths and Bed Bugs. No
dust. Harmless to people. Aold
substitutes. Sold by a retail deal
ers. PAYEnE VALLEY REX SPRAV CO.
For the first time in their 30 years' history Tho Parker
Pen Co. has authorized thii special sale, which enables
you to obtain any celebrated "Parker Lucky Curve Pen,"
from $2.50 up, at $1 less than the maker g established
But only for 7 days, or less!
And only by turning in to us an old fountain
pen or metal pencil!
We say 7 days er list, because we must positively end
this sale as soon as our limited stock is cone. That may
happen the first day. So don't put off. Come tomorrow
and come as early as you can to get the best pick.
SALE TERMS ARE:
list 1.00 allowance for your od fountain pn or
metal pencil toward tho purchase of any
Parker Pen in stock at $2JiO or better.
2nd AH pen In thl ealo are brand new Parkers
In first class condition.
'3rd FREE Signed Accident Policy go witk
every pea insuring it for one year again!
breakage, damage or unsatisfactory enrice in
any tony f
4Ut Sale end promptly next Saturday tooner tr
ail ptnu ore foAen. No phono order filled.
Montr cannot buy handsomer, finer, mora perfect-writing pent
than the Parker. And what we offer Include a icort of Myitis
some plain, torn chued, ome gold mounted both men' and
women' stylet with nett pocket clip or ting end for chattUIn.
ribbon or chain. '
If yon comt in tlrat you can get Just the point your hand tt
quire, extra fine, fine, medium, broad or (tub from tht most
fltxlblt to itiflest manifold point that w rile several carbon copies.
To bt lurt of obtaining tht style and point you want
tomorrow a early ar you caul ,
Tbo Only Two-Waj
Filler oa Earth
Parker ! the only aeU fflllag
pen in the world that can alao
Sack and filler can be rtmarei
Parker "Lucky Curve" Peel
tmploy (denuflc piindpTeol
ctPiUarr attraction roaktu
other pen na it.
bk cant get on facer be
cause the Parker cap iemada
in two section to provide air
ticht teal between tht shoulder
in the cap and the shoulder at
the end of the barrel.
1K Rns Call Folate
jnU Ujt tor year. Not affected
RF fH"? J " or corrode
like thuvpUted told couUor
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