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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, QHURSPAY, DEC. 21 1922
KINGMAN KOLONY STRONGLY
IN FAVOR OF COUNTY WORK
Has Many KnlliusluHtic Club Mum'
Imth "Other Wise Man" to Ko
.Shown at I'lirciit-Tcncrers
Meeting Six Jlclow is
C. M. Beaumont and F. T. Morgan
Journoyod to Ontario Wednesday
ovonlng to attend the meeting of the
Commercial club when the advis
ability to retain tho offices of the
county agent and club agent was
discussed. The Kolony Is strongly
In favor of tho work dono throught
tlicso offices, and has many enthus
iastic club members.
Tho next meeting of the Kolony
P. T. A. will bo held tho night of
January 5th and will be an open
mooting. Tho presldont has se
cured slides of "Tho Other Wise
Man" by Henry Van Dyke. This is
in harmony with tho Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Creeling and
II. It. Otis motored to Welsor Tues
day, returning Wednesday.
Itobert S. Overstreet nrrlvod homo
Saturday ovonlng for tho holidays
from. Corvallls, whoro ho is a stu
dont in tho Oregon Agricultural
Tho school wlsliea to extend a cor
dial invitation to nil to tholr Xinas
program Saturday evonlng, Dec. 23.
Friday night was our coldest
night. Tho government thermom
eter registered C bolow zoro.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Connolly are
at their hoadquartors for tho winter
on tho Waltz farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller and
llttlo Louise haro gone to Cascade,
Idaho, to spoml tho wlntor.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schwelzer and
llttlo Miss Lots spent tho weok end
visiting and shopping In Ontario.
Mr, Schwozer has Just returned
from Emmott where ho has boon for
Miss Ilornlco Martin was home
;for tho wook end, and Miss Thelma
McCreary was her overnight guost
f.,.Ml8s Ruby Mosos Ib homo from
Bolso for tho holidays.
Kolony pcoplo who attended the
Farm Bureau meeting at Cairo Fri
day fool it was a worthwhile pro
gram. Governor-elect Waltor M.
Plorco was enthusiastically ro
colved and Kolony residents aro
loud in tholr praises of the music.
PROGPESS CLUB TO JOIN IN
WORK WITH OflECUIUlOPE
Women of Two .Sections Unite .To
Study Domestic Science New
Floor Being Laid on Bridge
Across Sunko Itlver at
Kl venial o
Preparations aro being mado by
the school for a Christmas onter
talnmont that will bo given at tho
Grango Hall Friday night.
Tho pupils of tho uppor grndos
wore dismissed Friday to hoar tho
speech given by Govornor-elect
Plorco at tho Grango Hall.
Mrs. J. H. Taylor loft for Baker
whoro she will spond tho holidays
Tho pupils having their names on
tho Honor Holl for tho month are:
Loo Iiurrown, Russel Roso, Ida
Soolyo, Glenn Housor, Loo Heusor,
Hugh Weaver, Allco Stewart, Leona
Walter, Tominio Watanabo, Harry
Watanabo, Holon Inglo, Gonovlovo
Soolyo, Dolla Knox, Francis Knox,
Harvoy Wllllard, Allco Knnndy, Ed
na Wnltor, Minnlo Housor, Bosslo
Roso, Alma Stewart, Klslo Waltor,
Wosloy Waltor, Jean Butler, Hazel
Heusor and Htchard Knnady.
Chas, Hoffman nml two sons
spont Sunday ovonlng at tho J. E.
Miss Mildred Conklln spent tho
wook-ond with Ruth Butler.
Mrs. Vivian Kelso spent Sunday
with her mothor, Mrs. J II, Taylor.
E. C. MUlgnn was nn Ontario
Work commenced Friday on re
flooring the Oregon-Idaho bridge
and is progressing as rapidly as
could bo expected.
Miss Eunice Grant camo in from
Portland Sunday to spend Christ
mas with homo folks. Miss Grant
has been employed as an expert ac
countant with a Portland firm.
Mrs. Dan Lyle and llttlo son
from Washington state, aro spend
ing tho holidays with their parests
and grandparents M. and Mrs. J.
nay Dee who has been at Bates,
Oregon for a few months Is at
homo for the holidays.
A rogular meeting of tho Farm
Bureau was held at Annex school
houso Tuesday night. Everyone
had a delightful time. L. I. Pur
coll of Welser expressed his views
Mr. and Mrs. Tye Raney have
moved from New Meadows, Idaho
to the Welnor ranch where they
will spend tho winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Wllkerson
and family aro moving to their
ranch at Cambridge, Idaho, this
Mls3 Fern Grlbbon is homo from
O. A. C. for tho holidays.
B. E. Record, Hugh Taylor and
Robert Wobor attended the annual
Malheur county Farm Bureau
meeting at Ontario last week.
Mrs. W. D. Patch, teacher at
Lincoln school has arranged a
Christmas program forSaturday evo
nlng, December 23rd.
The regular meeting of the local
Progress club was held Wednesday
aftornoon of last week at tho home
of Mrs. J. W. Tumor, who Is noted
among her many friends for hor
hospitality and willingness to share
hor beautiful home with her neigh
bors on like occasions. Four new
mombers wore added to tho club.
Miss Bertha Turner road the sec
retary's report of tho previous
mooting. Mrs. E. J. Pntch read a
lottor fromMrs. Karst, one of Park
Improvement club members In re
gard to tho ladles of Riverdale dis
trict uniting with them in their
homo economics department class.'
Somo of tho mombers had signed
up for this lino of work and othors
doclded to Join tho tho class. Af
tor tho business mooting Mrs.
Pntch took chargo of tho program
which consisted of Citizenship Day,
roll call, quotations from the Con
stitution of tho United States; read
ing by Mrs. J. Splcor; Book review
by Mrs. J. M. Thorn; Skotchos form
'Cortaln Pooplo of Importanco" by
Mrs. John Matthews. Tho next
rogular meeting of tho club will be
hold Wodnesdny, January 10 at the
homo of Mrs. E. E. Record.
Dr. Henrlck Shlpstead, farmer-labor
party candidate, who was elected Uni
ted State senator from Mlnnetota.
VALUE OF CROPS IS
Washington, D. C. Tho nation's
crops this year are worth $7,572,890,
.000, based on their farm value aB of
December 1, the department of agri
culture announces In its final crop
report of the year.
Their value Is $1,842,970,000 more
than last year's crops, reflecting im
provement In prices for farm products
and Increased production in some
orops. This year's farm production Is
worth about the same as that of 1918,
but is lower than 1920 by about $1,-
500,000,000 and lower than any year
since 1915, except last yean It Is
only a little more than half as much
as the record value year of 1919.
Corn, as usual, Is the country's
most valuable crop, being worth this
year $700,000,000 more than last year,
with a total value of $1,900,287,000.
Cotton stands second, with $1,368,117,
000, the lint being valued at $1,190,', 61,
000 and the cottonseed $177,756,000.
Hay is the third most valuable crop,
with a total of $1,331,679,000. No other
crop reached a billion dollars in value
this year. Wheat was valued at $864,
139,000, standing ns fourth most valu
able crop of the country.
Revision of the 1921 production sta
tistics placed the crops of that year
as follews: Corn, 3,068,569,000 bush
els; winter wheat, 600,316,000; spring
wheat, 214,589,000; oats, 1,078,341,000;
potatoes, 261,659,000; hay (all), 97,
770,000 tons, and tobacco, 1,069,693,000
LOAN PLAN IS ADOPTED
M. E. CHURCH
Blblo school at 10 a. m.
Morning sorvlco at 11 a. m.
Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U. nt
6:30 p, in. "Tho White Gifts for
tho King' Christmas service by tho
Sunday bpIiooI and church 7:30.
Prayer sorvlco Wed, 7:30 p. in.
Chas, II. Blom, pastor.
tWRD OF THANKS
Wo wish to oxtoud sincoro thanks
to our friends of Ontario and vi
cinity for their kindness during tho
lllnoss and death of Mnudo May
Dunn, our beloved wlfo nnd moth
er. P. M, Dunn and Family,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Keck,
Mr. M. C. Keck.
WANTED Well bred barred
cockerels and pullets,
number and price, Paclflo
Stock Co., Bums.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
11 n. in. Christmas program to
bo given by tho Sunday school. No
sermon by tho minister, tlmo will
bo glvon to tho Sunday school pro
gram. A nice Christmas treat will
bo glvon to nil boys and girls pres
ent. Romombor tho offering to be
taken for tho poor boy and girls of
tho world. Lot ovory ono bo pre
pared to glvo soinothlng. No ovo
nlng sorvlco at tho church. We all
go to the Union Christmas program
to bo glvon at tho. High school
auditorium at 7:30. Happy Christ
mas to nil.
A. W. Jamos, Pastor.
National Council Would Have Farmer
Borrow From Farm Loan Banks.
Washington, D. C Legislation mak
ing it possible for tho farmer to bor
row from farm loan banks for nine
month periods and In individual sums
up to $25,000 was advocated In a legis
lative policy adopted by tho National
Council of Farmers' Co-operative Mar
keting associations, meeting In con
It was adopted as a part of tho gen
eral policy of the council that the pri
mary reliance, of tho farmer for credits
for production or marketing should be
upon local bankers. Modification of
the foderal reserve system was urged
to meet special farm credits require
ments and It was also recommended
that the maximum limit for loans on
agricultural paper to co-operative mar
keting associations bo lncroased.
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
James O. Davidson, governor of Wis
consin from 1906 to 1911, died In Madi
Tho houso rojectod an amendment to
thu naval supply bill providing for a
navy enlisted force of 75,000 In place
of 86,000 as fixed by tho appropria
A bill to abolish the railway labor
board and give railway wage Jurisdic
tion to the interstate commerce, com
mission was Introduced by Senator
King, democrat, Utah.
All porsons ontorlng the United
from Ireland are being subjected to
special examination. This action fol
lowed news of tho outbreak of an
opldomlc of a virulent typo of typhus
in County Mayo.
Admiral Mark Bristol, U. S. com
missioner at Constantinople, has re
fused to acccdo to the requost of the
Angora government that ho report the
movements of his ships In the Dar
danelles and Black sea. Ho so ad
vised the uavy department.
Wheat Bluestem, $1.50; soft white,
$1.25; western white, $1.25; hard win
ter, $1.20; northern spring, $1.21.
CornWhole, $41; cracked, $43.
Hay Alfalfa, $19019.50 per ton;
valley timothy, $21; eastern Oregon
Butter Fat 4850c.
Eggs Ranch. 4547c.
Cheese Tillamook triplets, 32
33c; Young Americas, 33)&34c; block
Swiss, 3032c; cream brick, 2830c.
Cattle Choice Bteers, $7.2508;
medium to good, $6.2507.25.
Sheep East of mountain lambs and
choice valley lambs, $10.60i8'12.50,
Hogs Prime light, $9 9.50; smooth
Wheat Hard white, $1.28; soft
white, $1.26; western white, $1.25;
hard red winter, soft red winter and
northern spring, $1.22; wostern red,
$1.20; Big Bend bluestem. $1.60.
Hay Alfalfa, $24; timothy, $28;
Butter Fat 52 54c
Eggs Ranch, 45c,
Cattle Prime steers, $707.40;
medium to choice, $6.5007.
Hogs Prime light. $9.S09.50:
smooth heavy, $7.2508.25.
Women's All Silk Hose with attractive Paris lace clocks re
inforced feet, too and sole, pair $3.00
Women's full fashioned Hoso with lisle garter top, lisle re
inforced heel, toe and solo, are shown in black, Cordovan and
Chippendale in Xmas boxes, pair ??00
Martha 4 foot Silk Stockings which can be rofootod four
times. They are mado of extra quality glove silk have point
ed heels, double hemmed tops and they have a beautiful
lustre. Priced the pair $3.00 and $3.50
In lace designs they are priced tho pair -fo 50
Men's Leather House Slippers
Men's brown kid leathor Slippers with leather soles and
heols, the pair $0.00
Men's brown Kid leather Nullfler Slippers with rubber on the
side, tho pair $3.00
Women's Satin Boudoir Slippers
Women's Satin Boudoir Slippers, come in black, American
Beauty, blue, lavender and Old Rose, soft' padded Elk
solo, the pair 51.95
"Everything for the Feet"
SHOES HOSIERY FOOT APPLIANCES
( Make Ghristmas Day
I A Happy One Al! Round
I For every member of tho family there! is a MAGAZINE on
our list. A SUBSCRIPTION TO WHICH FOR NEXT YEAR
will make an ideal gift.
I Put an Edison Phonograph With a
I Group of Records in Your Home
1 IT! WILL HE AN EVENT WHICH WILL
NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
Don't forget that this is the place to get that box of
I CHRISTMAS CIGARS
l We know the kind HE smokes
1 Drop in and see the line of varied gifts that will solve that
H LAST GIFT you need to finish your Christmas shopping list.
Turner's News and Music Store
I MOORE HOTEL BLOCK OUR NEW LOCATION
Goodies are as much a part of Yuletide observ
ance as the gayly decorated tree.
OF COURSE YOU WILL WANT THEM.
WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR '
UNUSUAL OFFERING OF
BON BONS, CHOCOLATES, TAFFIES,
BUTTER SCOTCH, HARD CANDIES
STICKS, FUDGES, CARMELS
WAFERS, ALL FLAVORS
Special Orders Efficiently Filled
Bon Bon Candy Shop
I can save you
$2.50 per ton on
your hay with
and Hay Grinder.
We take what
you save the first
year for pay.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that theC?
undersigned, has been appointed as
Administrator with Will Annexed
of the Estate of Elsie A. Fairchlld,
decoased, by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Malheur county.
All persons who may have any
Claim against the estate of the said
deceased are hereby notified to pre
sent the same duly verified as by
Law required, to the undersigned at
my office in Ontario, Oregon, within
six months from the data of the first
publication of this notice.
Administrator of Estate of Elsie
A. Fairchlld, deceased, with Will
Date of first publication, Nov. 30,
Date of last publication, Dee. 21,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
RICHARD L. SCOTT, Plaintiff,
ELIZABETH JOHNSON, MAUD
CAMMANN. MONA CAMMANN,
FLORENCE BRASWELL, heirs
nt law of Franklin Camman, de-
ceased, and to the heirs both
known and unknown of Eliza
Ellen Westfnll, Defendants.
TO ELIZABETH JOHNSON AND TO
ALL OF THE HEIRS OF ELIZA
ELLEN 'WESTFALL, Deceased.
1 You and each of you are hereby
requires io appear ana answer tne
complaint filed against you in the
above entitled court and cause, on
or before the oxplratlon of the time
3 prescribed in the Order for Publl-
On or before tho expiration of six
g weeks from the date of the first
publication of this summons, and If
s you fall to answer for want thereof,
S3 plaintiff will apply to the Court for
i the relief demanded In said com
plaint, to-wit: For a decree of this
court decreeing the plaintiff to be
tho owner of the following described
The South half (S) of the
Southwest Quarter (SWU). the
Northwest Quarter (NW) of the
Southwest Quarter (SW&) of Sec.
18; Thd Northeast Quarter (NE)
of the Northwest Quarter (NWU).
the Northwest Quarter (NWM) of
tho Southeast Quarter (SE), the
Southwest Quarter (SW'i) of the
Northeast Quarter(NEU ), and the
Southeast Quarter (SEV1) of the
Northwest Quarter (NWU) of Sec
tion 19; The Southwest Quarter
(SW) and the Southwest Quarter
of the Southeast Quarter (SW'i
SE',4) and that tract of land com
mencing at the Southeast corner of
Section 19; running thence North
on Section line to Bully Creek;
thence un the bed of Bullv Creek
I to a point where the North line of
the Southeast Quarter of the South
east Quarter (SESE,i)of Section
19 crosses said Bully Creek; thence
West to the Northwest corner of the
Southeast Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter (SEUSEU) of Section 19;
thence South to the- Section line;
thenco East to the place of begin
ning, containing 25 acres and the
(whole of said land containing 225
acres, more or less, all being In
Section 19, Township 18, South.
Range 1 E. W. M Malheur Coun
ty, Oregon, together with the ten
ements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging, or in
anywise appertaining, including all
water rights; and forever foreclos
ing and barring all their right, title,
and Interest of defendant Elizabeth
Johnson and all of the heirs, botb
known and unknown of, Eliza' Ellen
Westfall, In and to said described
property, nnd for such other and
further relief as to the Court might
seem meet and equitable In the
This summons Is published pur
suant to an order of the Honorable
Dalton Biggs, Circuit Judge, mado
nnd entered on this 20th day of De
cember. 1922, the first publication
thereof is made on the 21st day of ',
December, 1922, and tho last pub
lication thereof, on the lBt day of
P. J. GALLAGHER.
Attorney for plaintiff,
residing at Ontario, Oregon