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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1922)
THE ONTARIO ABGPB, ONTARIO, OREGON, THUBSDAY, DEC. 7, 1922
Toys, Dolls, China,
A general lino of goods for the Christmas Trade
MECANICAL TOYS, WHEEL TOrS, LIGHT ART, GLASS
WARE, HAND PAINTED CHINA WARE, DINNER SETS IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN WARES, ALUMINUM WARE,
PICTURES, POTTED HYACINTHS AND NARCISSUS BULBS,
In fact a groat variety of articles suitable as season
able presents. It Is to your interest particularly at this time
whon morioy is so scarce to buy whero you can get tho best
ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE POSTOFFICE
.DON'T OVERLOOK LOCATION, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE.
Christmas Turkey Situaiion
The wind-up of the Thanksgiving turkey deal was rather
unsatisfactory in most markets. Seattlo and Portland mar
kets carried over considerable surplus duo to slow domand
from consumers and heavy unexpected lato receipts. San
Francisco markot was entirely demoralized Wednesday bo
foro Thanksgiving duo to tho heaviest recoipts In tho history
of thoir business. It Is estlmatod that 300,000 lbs. of tur
koys woro carried over which will havo to bo disposed of at
Christmas or Inter as frozon Btock. Chicngo and Central West
murkots woro ulso over-supplied.
Wo aro also advised that thoro will bo heavy importa
tions of turkoys for Ciiristmns from Canada, France, Argen
tine and Australia.
With tho hoavy supply still to bo marketed, It will bo ne
cessary to nmko somo early shipments for DocembeT to dls
tnnt markets, and wo will send out our noxt uuotntion about
CAUTION: Too much caro cannot bo tnkon in bleeding,
drosslng and cooling out your birds If you do your own kill
ing. Bo suro that ovory bird drossed Is absolutely free from
feathers or pin feathers with tho exception of the small fan
or wing tips up to tho first joint, which should be loft on.
Wo suggost you koop In touch with our local buyer Mr. Mc
Murron. Swift & Company
One Night, Friday Dec. 15
First New York Road Show of the Season
PRODUCER of UGHmfiJ"TH FRST YAR
'TURN TO 7f mSHT'ert 'WANK- U ffffffiS
OREGON SLOPE RANCHERS
EXPERIMENT IN HELD CROPS
Farm Bureau Members Outline. Ex
tenslvo Program of Experimen
tation for Coming Ycnr
Other Slopo Items
IN WHATOHM COMEDY TRIUMPH
seam the usa: mm laughter
This Is Not a Movie Prices 2, 1.50, 1. 50c $
Tickets on Sale On and After Dec. 12
AT CUTTING DRUG STORE, WEISER, IDAHO
Tho annual Farm Bureau meet
ing of Oregon Slope was held at 8
o'clock. The following program of
work was adopted for the coming
year: Experiment in crops, wheat
and soy beans by A. A. Outterldge;
beans and corn by A. Brclthaupt,
Jonas Brown and P. M. Boals; pota
toes, J. L. Brown; lettuce and cauli
flower, by O. W. Lattig; fruit by,
P. M. Boals. committeeman; dairy
stock by C. A. Karst, committeeman
Tho election of chairman resulted
In J. L. Brown receiving the honor
by a unanimous vote. E. B. Conk
klln of Cairo, was present and re
cited several of James Whltcomb
Riley's poems, which were greatly
onjoyed. County club leader Kin
der played several selections on tho
violin, accompanied by Mrs. Kinder.
At tho close of tho meeting Mrs.
Kinder sang a number of solos with
Mrs. Breithaupt at the piano and
Mr. Kinder on tho violin.
A. A. Gutterldgo and P. M. Boals
woro guests Wednesday noon at tho
Commercial club luncheon at On
tario whero they presentod the view
point of the rancher In regard to the
oxtenslon service of O. A. C. and tho
nocosslty of continuing tho work of
tho county agent.
It has been estimated that thirty
thousand bushels of potatoes were
loft In tho ground and aro frozen on
tho Slopo, because of the low price.
Mr. Ewlng lost two valuable
horses recently with mountain fev-or.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilcox and
children and F. B. Wilcox were de
lightfully entertained at 6 o'clock
dinner Wednesday evening at tho
T. II. Carlco home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lattig, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Karst, Mr. and Mrs.
L.. It. Breithaupt and Water Davis
and family and P. M. Boals and fam
Ily enjoyed their Thanksgiving din
ner together at tho Boals homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Clough, Geo.
and Maude Culp wore entertained at
tho J. L. Brown home Thursday
ovoniug. Rook featured the eve
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Vincent en
tertained eleven guests at Thanks
Otto C. Miller and son spent Fri
day and Saturday in Huntington.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Simpson and
children wero gusts of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Karr on Thanksgiving.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. L. Brown have
had as their house guests tho past
week, Alvln Snydor of Nnmpa, a
brother of Mrs. Brown.
Mr. Withers of the Mosquito Flat
moved to tho A. It. White ranch
Mesdames J. L. Brown and Clay
ton McVickors ontortalnod n unm
bor of friends at n delightful
Goo. Howard of Wolser spent tho
wook end with his brothor D. W.
Howard and wifo.
John Connor visited at the J. G.
White homo In Ontario Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Christian and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dll Christian of Pay-
otto wore guests Sunday of Otto
Molli and wifo.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and daugh
ter Betty aro spending a few days
with rolatlves in Glonns Forry.
Mosdamos John Coates, Henry
Unbey, Mason Clough, P. M. Boals,
Chas. Skippon and Miss Maudo Culp
woro ontortalned Saturday after
noon at tho homo of Mrs. E. L.
Among tho many Thanksgiving
day dinner parties was that at which
Mosdames W. L. Stevens nnd A. C.
Miller wero hostossos. Covers were
laid for Mr. and Mrs, Amor Gorton,
Mrs. Grimm, Horbort, Marvin, the
hostess and their husbands.
Mrs. Otto C. Miller ontortalnod a
few friends with "500" on Thanks
giving ovoning, Mr.s S. E. Chap
man and Mr. Miller, winning high
Herman Borgnmn nnd Hlldred
Follows of Wolser wore guests at
tho homo of Miss Mary Conner Sun
The mothers of tho students of
Plonoor school woro honor guests
Wednesday afternoon at a Thanks
giving program nnd lunchoon.
Mrs. Jacob Jonseu and sons wero
ontortalnod at 6 o'clock dinner Sun-
day at tho homo of Mrs. J. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Limning of
Wotsor wore guests Sunday at tho
Amor Gorton homo.
Rov. Snow of Payette will con
duct a series of mootlngs nt Park
school house beginning Sunday ovo
ning, Docombor loth. Everybody
la urged to bo present at theso
mootlngs. Sunday school at 11 a. m.
We have stocked some very useful and attractive
goods for the Christmas Trade this year, and in
vite your inspection.
EVERYONE GUARANTEED TO
GIVE SATISFACTION. WE HAVE
A BIG LINE OF THESE AND THEY
ARE PRICED RIGHT.
. ALUMINUM WARE
SOME VERY ATTRACTIVE NEW
GOODS AT PRICES THAT WILL
THE O'CEDAR LINE
MOPS, OIL, WAX
THIS IS A VERY VALUABLE LINE
PYREX COOKING GLASS
OUR STOCK OF THIS IS ALIi NEW
AND VERY LOW IN PRICE.
WE HAVE SOME CASSEROLES IN
THIS NEW SILVERWARE THAT
ARE VERY MNE, AND MUST DE
SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED.
EOR THE CHILDREN
BROOMS THAT AKE GOOD. AVASH
BOARDS, TUBS. THESE ARE A!LL
GOOD MERCHANDISE, AND NOT
THE TRASHY KIND SO OFTEN
SOLD FOR CHRISTMAS.
Then when it comes to staple, reliable Groceries, we sure have the line you
want. Our goods are bought because of their merit. We stand behind
everything we sell. "Your Satisfaction is our Success."
E. A. ERASER
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