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THE ONTABIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919
mMrr-, wyiJ" .nma LOCAL AND PERSONAL LOCAL AND PERSONAL v 5 5.llfil tt J VVfU&rU mmmmmm 96 P !fTi S3 (. Lilll asHi Comfortable warmth A good oil heater filled with Pearl Oil gives real comfort with out dust and dirt. Steady, com fortable heat for many hours on one filling with Pearl Oil, the ever obtainable fuel. Oil consumed only when heat is required no waste. Portable. Economical. Pearl Oil is refined and re-re-fincd by our special process which makes it clean burning. For sale in bulk by dealers everywhere, the same high quality kerosene as the Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon cans. There is a saving by buying in bulk. Order by name Pearl Oil. We recommend I'erlcclioii Oil Heaters 6TANIMKD OIL COMPANY (Cilllornli) PEARL OIL (KEROSENE) HEAT AND .LIGHT McDowell's Exchange Store This N pioillwl) llui Number Out mill Original Cnl mill Piodm-lloii TUBS., Itov. W. J. LtiBcombo who linn been lit for t lie past week In rnplilly re covering. Tho Wom6ii'n club liolil Its first incotliiB Tuesday iiftornouu nt the homo Mr. E. C. Vnn 1'otton. Mrs, E, M. Orelg entertained n croup of frlenilH nt licr homo Wed nesday nftornoon. Mrs. P. J. Oallaghcr loft last Fri day morning for Itlvcrsldo to Join Mr. Oallagher who linn been attend lug court nt Darns during tlio past wook folowlng n short trip to I'ort Innd It. M. Duncan wan cnllcd from Iliirns tlilH wcok to Homedalo by the UltlCHH Of Ills BUII WllO WIIH Wltll IllM mother vUltlng with Mrs. Duncan's sister, Mrs. Otto Hlnohnby. Tho llttlo chnp wax brought to Ontario Tucsdny for medical attention nnd In doing well. Mr. and Mrs. nun can horo are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan E. Onkos. Mrs. I vnn 10. Onkcs underwent tonRllotomy nt tho hospital last Sat urdny morning nnd Iioh recovered from tho results of tho operation. Charles Anthony of Westfall, who has rccontly Joined tho sales forco of tho Eastern Oregon Auto company was In Ontario Wednesday on busi ness. Mrs. J. 0. Staples hns been. 111 nt her homo on South Morfltt street for n week but Is reported to bo jtraduiri ly recovering. MrH. W. ('. Jones, of Dos Mollis, lown, mother of Mayor It. W. Jones who Is tho guest of her son wns tak en seriously III Tuomlny nnd was com pelled to undorgo an oporatlon nt tho Holy llosnry hospital. Sho milled from tho effects of tho ordeal and Is reported to bo doing as wall ns could bo expected. donornl Manager W. C. Jones of of tho Hock Island Hallway, with hoadiiuartors at Des Molns, accomp anied by MrH, Jonos arrived In On tario lust week for their annual visit with their son ami dnughtor, Miryor and Mrs. II. W. Jonos. Little Miss Mary Ellen Jonos who spent tho sum inor with her grand parents In Des Molns accompanied thorn homo. C. It. Peterson en mo In from his Clrclo Unr ranch In llarnoy county thin weok to Join his family hero for nn oxtonded fall visit. Tho rnngo looks lino says Mr. Peterson and tho stock will bo able to focd on tho hills for so mo tlmo to como, ho declares. Wnltor alon formerly of Ontario, but now brand Inspector nt Scuttle for tho Oregon Cnttlo & Ilorso ltnlsor's association Is In Ontario this wook looking after his local Inter ests. Mr, Olcn, It Is sold will bo ono of tho now homo owners In On tario, tho ho nlrendy hns n number of residences hero. Mrs. A. L. McDowell arrived In Ontario last Saturday from on ex tended visit with relntlves In llrock, Kontuckcy. Mrs. McDowell chnng cd tho routing of her ticket nt Den ver nnd returned to Ontario vln Chcy onno, and that resulted In her fall- uro to meet Mr. McDowell who loft Thursday morning for Salt I.nko whoro ho oxpectcd to Join her for tlio return trip. Everett Trousdnlo of tho High School faculty at Nyssa spent tho wcok end In Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Don C. IMatt of Wilder arrived In Ontario Wednes day bringing a portion of the house hold goods. Mr. l'latt reports the ranch work almost done for the sen. son nnd also his expectation to spend n portion of tho winter In Ontario. Mru. Laruo Ulacknby wns tho bos toss for a dinner party at her homo Wednesday evening nt which rovers woro lnld for eight. The guests wore: Mrs. J. It. lllncknby, Mrs. Earl Illacknbyr Miss Lnvlno Smith, Mrs L. Adam, Mrs. C. II. Emlson and Mrs. r. J. Clomo. Mrs. Sproguo Adum left Saturday afternoon for 81. Anthony, Idaho to Join her husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Eraser motor ed to Ilolso Sundny. Mrs, Fred Canflold wan a week end visitor at Nnmpn thin week. Mrs. Paul Cnyou of Nnmpn visited friends hero tho last of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Alex McPherson re turned Saturday from Portland whoro thoy spent two weeks visiting. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H. Wood and children returned from Portland whoro they have visited for several wooks. Mrs. Ellznboth Shlnn and chlldrou arrived from Montana last week for a visit with Mrs. biunn s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Staples. Mlko Joyco was down from Nnmpa for tho wook ond Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva lAwronco and W. It. Loftus of Ironside woro On tario visitors tlio first of tho wook. No other show like it except Zieg f eld's "Follies" ami N. Y. Winter Gnrdcn's "Passing Show" I Wheaton Theatre ffCloCI 9 0Cf Ll 1 sfah?iMBim I mmiWmMi. 1 BBlflHlBrSS 1 mVJA&JE9rT$ J IXiWmsamwm I I mMWpSmMMuXml W. A 4 Uu.Jm ?Ni4 Sighting tlatferles Jor Automobiles f THE SOLUTION of battery troubles. Equip your car with an "JBxibe" Battery backed by "Exfoe" Service Electric Service and Battery Co. Battery Experts Opposite Ford Garage . Ontario, Oregon I ""-"i 77c to $2.00 Plus War T.i SI VIS u (ini(j ln, hTOItll OX AND .VITEIt SATl'UD.W, (KTOIIEIt IHIIi llowuro of the bpocul.ttors No moio than eight tickets sold to ono c Bon Mall ordern accompanied by cheek wilt bo tilled In order of receipt -Phono orders taken Owing to longth of the porformnnco curtain will rlo promptly at S t . P M Mi co.aiti-:.Ti()..i. niuitcit Sunday acliool, 10:00 n. in. 'reaching, 11:00 a. in. Subject: "Capital, Labor nnd Tho Illblo." Preaching, 7:30 p. m. Subject: "Inlluenco and Example." These are days of national and in ternational unrest. What attltudo aro you taking to bring results? In what power-aro you trusting to In Ing about tho right relationship between tho people of the earth? Aro you all you ought to bo? If not, why be so severe on others? Does tlio Christian church meet jour approval? If not, why don't you get busy and help her Into lino? What kind of a church would wo have If we all acted liko you? All who are Interested In tho capital and labor situation, come and hear It discussed next Sunday morn ing at U:00 a. m. by D. J. aillanders of South Dakota. SPECIAL KATKH lX)It HHHINE (JATHEUINO OF Al, KADKIt J. D. nilllngsloy, deputy potentate of Al Knder Tomple A. A. O. N. O. M. S received notice this week of a spoclal session of Al Kader to be held at Portland on November 20, at which W. Freeland Kendrlck of Philadelphia, Imperial Potentate will be present. For tho benoflt of Shrlners a spec ial faro on the certificate plan has boon secured In Oregon, Idaho and Washington. This faro is one and a third of the regular ono way for tho round trip. UNITED PItESIJYTEItlAN CIIUHCII 10:00 Bible School. 11:00 Public Worship. Sermon subject: "Intercession." 7:30 Worship, Sermon subject: The third com mandement "Thou shalt not take the name of tho Lord thy God in vain." W. F. COCHHAN, Minister, Friday and Saturday Oct. 17 and 18 jT Humbiy October IDIIi KLHIE KKIUIUHOX In "EVI'-S OF THE HOUI." Put he NmtN Mnmhty Oct. 20, Til(riny Oct. 21, Wednesday Oct. 22 WIXTEIt CILU'TAUytM Will bo held nt Dreamland Thursday Oct. 211 MAE ALLISON In "IN I'Olt TIIIHTV DAYK" C'hrMIr Comedy Friday Oct. 21 ENID DENNETT 111 "I'AHTNEItH TllltEE" Ford WtH'kly 81111111111)' Oct. 2.1th irniEL ciarro.N in "PirrrifiitEWH ontL" Harold l.lojd Comedy Wntdi for OH IIOV. Well ItM MMIII, i CHURCH ACTIVITIES CATHOLIC CllimCH OF THE llLISSKI) BACHAMENT. Itev. J. II. Maloney, Pastor. 8:30 a. in,, Low Mass. 10:30 a. ni High Mass. 9:30 a. m., Catechism for the boys and girls. Visitors respectfully Invited. IJAI'TIBT CIIUItCH Bible school 10:00. Morning Worship 11:00. Gospel Service 8:00, Prayer Service Wednesday 8:00. NAZAHENE CIIUItCH J,. M. Wines, Pastor. 10:00 a. m, Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. Preaching. 8:00 p. m. Thursdav. Prnvnr Meeting in the Church. Evorybody urged to attend all services. METHODIST CIIUItCH Sunday Scnlces. 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Preaching. 6:45 p. m. Epworth League .... V30 J?1 m" Illustrated Lectuie, "Home Sweet Home." W. J. LU8COMBE, Pastor. v '