Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1922)
THE ONTARIO AEG PS, ONTARIO, OBEQON, THURSDAY, DEC. 71922
nnBHiiMHBH r-a mm 11 1 a&a
Only 14 Shopping Days )0 m CflHStmaS SilOppJRg M)
Headquarters for Santa
j See Our Xmas Display Oil I I" l Dil l Visit 0ur Store 0ften H
TABLE LINEN 85c to $3.50
NAPKINS .... $1.25 doz. to $7.50
TOWELS 15c to $2.00
BATH MATS $1.25 to $6.50
BLANKETS $1.65 to $18.50
BED SPREADS . .$1.75 to $12.50
LADIES' SUIT SALE 30 OFF
LADIES' COAT SALE 25OFF
LADIES' DRESS SALE 20OFF
PONGEE 35c to 50c
LINEN 15c to $1.25
BOXED 25c to $2.50
CHILDREN'S . . 10c to 50c
PICTURE HDKS 5c to 25c
SHE WILL APPRECIATE
HUMMING BIRD HOSE AT
$1.50 A PAIR IN XMAS BOXES
A SLIPON SWEATER
A BATH ROBE AND SLIPPERS
TRUNK OR SUIT CASES
CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS
In accord with the Christmas
spirit of giving, we have placed
our entire line of LADIES'
in a special Xmas sale.
COATS, SUITS and DRESSES
Not a garment reserved.
Every one goes for Xmas Shop
ping. SUITS 30 DISCOUNT
COATS 25 DISCOUNT
DRESSES . . 20 DISCOUNT
Van Raalte's ITALIAN SILK
COMBINATIONS ........ $4.50
VEST, Pink, White $2.75
BLOOMERS, Pink & White $2.75
Why not a
Pongee - - $4.85
KNIT 50c to 75c
BROCADE ... .50c to $1.50
FURS in the very .newest
MUFFS $4.50 to $35
SCARFS .... $7.50 to $50
$4.85 to $9.50
GIVE HER A
SUIT or WAIST
SILKS in Canton Crepes.
Crepe de Chine, Satin, Taf
feta and Georgette.. .All the
best shades .
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
STOCKMEN BRINGING CATTLE
IN FOR WINTER FEEDING.
Neighbors Entci tallied at Thanks
giving Diiinei' Bonus Law Ap
praises New Itanchcs
Chas. Emlson of Ontario and I.
W. Hope of Vale were In this vicin
ity the past week inspecting land
for the Bonus Loan commission.
W. R. Lofton, Guy Wise and
Croves Bros and Oliver and Claud
Monta wont to Vale Wednesday on
A. McWUliams and Claudo Donlck
wero in this vjclnlty this week on
Mrs. E. J. Beam and son Arthur,
and Walter Lawrosco motored to On
tario Tuesday after Mrs. Lawrence.
G. It. Dickson went to Brogan
Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faust of
Camp Creek wero Ironside visitors
Mrs. Bert Lawrence returned home
Tuesday from a trip to Vale and On
tario. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Elms and Loo
Thompson-wero dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. F. White Saturday at
Mrs. C. F. Locey and daughter
Mary and Mrs. Clarence Hydo of Ar
cadia, were dinner gue3ts of Mrs. S.
D. Duncan Thanksgiving.
Tho Locoy family attended the
funorallof Mrs. James Washani Sun
day at Malheur City.
G. A, Tureman left Tuesday for
Messrs, Ben Rutherford, Sommers
and Smith returned homo Saturday
Moved To Moore Hotel
WrL Turner's News and Music Store
FULL LINE OF XMAS GIFTS THAT
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS For tho Whole Family
REMINGTON PORTABLES For tho Student.
ANSCO CAMERAS, not Kodaks best on the Market.
BUXTON KEVTAINERS Just what HE wants.
RUST CRAFT GIFTS nationally advertised.
NELKE DOLLS for tho llttlo ones. ' ,
FINE LINE OF CARDS, FOLDERS, BOXES & TRLMMJNGS.
Magazine subscriptions make good presents. Cut rates
W. L Turner News and Music Store. Moore Hotel
from Malheur river where they have
boon gathering cattle.
Mrs. Frank Jones has been very
111 for tho past weok.
Oryal Nickles who has been laid
up with rheumatism, Is taking treat
ments at tho Vale Sanitarium.
Ha Carlisle arrived here Tuesday
from Ontario, and will attend school
hero this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Elms of Uuity
and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nickles of
Ironside wero dinner guests at tho
Arthur Van Buren home Thanks
Mrs. Fred Lawrence and children,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Elms wore
Thanksgiving dinner guests at the
J. P. Smith homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Burko were guests
of Mr. and Mrp. Chas. Boor for
Carol Locey and Miss Earnestino
Locoy and Miss Ruth Howard at
tended tho masquerade dance at
Brogan Thursday night.
Horbert Ricker of Vale was a
visitor nt J. P. Smith's Thursday
niglrt. Charley Smith of Brogan ac
WARREN SCHOOL HAS LARGE
Good Education Week Will Bo Ob-
served Old Fashioned Spelling
Beo to bo Staged
A very pleasing Thanksgiving
program was given at Warren school
on Wednesday ovening, Nov. 30th.
Miss Daisy Secoy and Miss Elsie
Poolo, who teach at tho Warren
school, spent Thanksgiving with
their parents In Ontario.
Friday ovening, Dec. 8, tho War
ren school will observe Good Educa
tion Weok. There is to bo a spell
ing match and a program given
Jointly by Kingman Kolony, Owy
heo and Warren.
Tho school reports a largo atten
dance this year, there being forty
seven pupils attending at this time.
Mrs. Ed. Thompson of Ontario,
was a guest at tho Frank Anderson
homo on Thanksgiving.
Miss Daisy Secoy spent tho week
end with Miss Alma Homan of King
New soats are being put In tho
school house during vacation.
Three pupils from tho Owybeo
district will begin school here Monday.
ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE
ATTEND COMMUNITY DINNER
Annual Valley View Gathering Tn
Success Ico Ponds Thin Boys
Got Ducking Bojs mid
Girls Clubs nt Woik
Tlie community dlnnor Thanks
giving was a big success and a largo
number wero present. Over ono
hundred and twonty-flvo were
Lolo Besllslo i3 back in school
again after a long absence.
Somo of tho boys tried skntlntr
Sunday but met with disastor as tho
ico was not strong enough.
The clubs aro now In working or
dor. Tho Oirla club has for Its
president, Volma Bollslo; vice presi
dent, Merle Kenny, and secretary,
Boatrico Griffin. Tho dairy club,
Homer Oft, presldont; George Moel
ler, vice president, and David Grif
Tho teacher will soon movo Into
tho cottage as It Is now nearly
Mr. Moollor is pasturing a largo
band of shcop.
A truck which wbb broken down
on the boulovard last week was left
over night, and In the morning
It was discovered that sovoral parts
had been stolon.
Tho Fraslor family of Wolsor
wero guests at tho Moollor homo
Tho Evangelist, Dr. S. J. Reid,
will spoak at all tho meetings of the
church next Sunday,
Bible schoolat 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 a. m.
A meeting for mon 2:30 p. m.
B. Y. P. W. service 0:30 p. m.
Spoclal gospel service 7:30 p. in.
At the mcu'B inciting ho has a
special message to tho business tnun
on tho topic, "Can a Christian bo a
successful business man?" Hear
him for ho has a wonderful story to
toll. Special singing by the men at
this service. Services overy night
Chas. H. Blom, pastor.
TWO BOYS DROWN WHEN CAR
PLUNGES INTO SNAKE RIVER
inter-Mate Bridge Between AVelscr
mill RIvenlale Scene of Sail Ac
. . eldent Car but Not Bodies
Recin ei oil Other Rlvcr
Gerald Evans and Howard Leo,
two Weisor boys wero drowned Sun
day morning when tho Ford run
about in which they wero driving
across tho bridgo, plunged through
tho railing Into tho watora of tho
Snake river. Searching partios re
covered tho car but tho bodies wero
not recovered though searching par
ties have been at work over slnco
It Is bolieved that the car In which
tho boys woro driving hit ti loose
plank, nnd slnco they woro driving
fast tho car was thrown against tho
rail so hard that it crushed the. rail.
J. Hancock, who was crossing tho
bridgo at tho timo turned and saw
tho accident and tried to savo tho
boys aftor thoy rose to the surface
by throwing n plank to thorn, but
before he could do so thoy sank nov
cr to riso again.
Tho saddest fcaturo of tho acci
dont is that it all but wipes out tho
Evans famlly.lcavlng tho mothor Its
lone survivor, nil of tho others hav
ing been drowned in the wators of
tho Snake. Fourtoon years ago Mrs.
Emma Evans, Gorald's mothor, saw
her husband nnd a son and daugh
ter drown while sho tried In vain to
Young Leo was tho son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. H. Loe of Weisor. Search
ing parties havo been engaged ovor
since tho accldetll dragging tho rivor
dynamiting it and walking Its banks
as far as Huntington In tho hopo of
recovering the bodies.
Dreamland Attractions !
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
THE MARRIED ElAPPER
Buffalo Bill Serial
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
Harold Lloyd Comedy
ADMISSION 15c and 40c
"TOM DEAR, DOES THIS SORT OF
Tho first snow fell here Monday
Mrs. Charlie Sponco and three
childron left recently for their homo
noar Wellsvillo, Utah whoro thoy
will spond tho winter with relatives.
Mrs. II. G. Joseph ontortalned n
number of friends nt dlnnor Thanks
giving. Edwin Patch Is recovering from
nn oporattlon for tho removal of
tonsils and adenoids.
J. Frcoman and W. S. Saulsborry
loft n few days ago for Oklahoma
wit htwo carloads of apples,
llobt. Uanoy Is able to bo out again
aftor an illness of sovoral weeks'
Aftor a fow days suspension on
account of tho Illness of Mrs. Anna
Prichett, Annex school was rosumed
Monday morning with Harry Beck
worth of Wolsor ns teacher.
E. C. Saulsborry roturned Mon
day from Washington and Contral
Oregon where ho spent a number of
days on business.
Mrs. Nancy Mathors nnd Mrs.
Sherman and son Harold of Wash
ington county, spout Thanksgiving
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Thorn.
Mrs. S. S. Record has been suffer
ing from n sprained nnklo as a re
sult of falling down a basomont
Mr. and Mrs. Rtloy Cox nnd two
sons, Grover nnd Charllo wont to
Caldwoll Saturday to visit relatlvos.
Miss Sarah Grant Is visiting rel
atives and friends In Baker for a
couplo of weeks.
Miss Mildred McCullough spent
Thanksgiving with rolatives at
Charlos Holstrum loft Wednosday
for Santiago, Calif., whoro ho will
Kith H3ror.GertrudeCi3.re l-tiry V- ton.
tescil StTpsoaPaiiisyWMbco GeoHar hhorno
CTVolii a shipttidoux drrmsy&fe rCt-
BBtiggflggBS gsy u&
DadeafGd to tna MotnerytflhsWOi u
frlJ kv Ki"fl tt-gpt
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
ADMISSION 15c and 40o
spond tho winter with his family,
returning noxt spring.
Mrs. J. M. Joseph visited relatives
and friends In Bolso Thanksgiving.
FOR SALE Modern house, attrac
tive homo closo in. A bargain.
Soo W. L. Turner. 52tf.
LOST In Ontnrlo Nov. 9th, a crank
for Chandler car. A. W. Hamil
ton, Wolsor. G2 2t
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING OF
ACCOUNT OF ADMINISTRATOR
In tho matter of the Estate of
Sarah A. McCartney, decoasod;
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dorslgnod, Administrator of tho Es
tato of Sarah A. McCartnoy, do
ru.isod has filed his final account ns
administrator of tho estate of said
deceased, In tho abovo entitled
That Monday, tho 8th day of Jan
uary, 1923 has boen set for hearing
of the said account, at the hour of
11 o'clock A. M., In tho County
Court Room in tho County Court
Houso in tho City of Vale, Oregon.
At which timo nnd placo any per
son IntorcBtod in said ostato of said
docoasod, may appear and fllo ob
jections to said aeon nt if any thoro
Administrator of tho Estate of
Sarah A. McCarttuoy, deceased.
Dato of First publication, Decom-
bor 7, 1922.
Dato of last publication January
A. Check Book is Your
paid tho sam
n't provo it?
will do away
vgnlenco of a
ovor thought you hava
o bill twlco, but could-
A checking account
with this, Besides this
safety thoro Is a con
checking account and a
prestige which reflocts
Ontario National Bank
Oldost bank In Southeastern Oregon