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THE ONTARIO AIUJUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1019.
staMHMBi For the continued onfilence reposed in us by our host of customers, for the good will of the pubh'c,.and for the general prosperity that has blessed our nation during the past year, we are indeed grateful, and desir ous of epraajing our appreciation. To all our friends and patrons, therefore, we extend the greetings of the season. A Merry Christina? and a Happy New Year Ontario Pharmacy The Rexail Store STJCCDSm SBBSXicaapCK Ic.ivIiir Now York. Im llio third of. her Helcct Slur Script) release1, titul will liu tho altnutlnii here ut tlio Dream nml theatre next Tuesday, He;. Ill) "TIIH MHIXO I.INI." IS IltKNK CASTI.K'H HTAItltINd VKIIICIjH Kx client Itulo for Kiiiiioiih Htnr In rlcturlatlon of W. It. niiiiiilirrw' Novel. Irono Castle, Internationally fa mous ilanrcr nml motion picture star, will lio rccii for tlio flrjit ttmo as n Pntunus IMnyor-Lasfcy Htnr In nn nilnplntlon of Hubert W. Chmnbors' popular noviil, "Thu Firing J.lno." Jt will Im Htiown nt llrwimlond thnnru for two dnys lioKlnnlnR Sunday noxt. ,Mr. ('initio recently relumed from EtiRlund wlioro tor seven months alio worked In American nnd IJrltlsh hos- pllnlx. DurliiR lior stay In F.nRland i llio appeared hy command heforo tlio kin it nnd queen on ono occasion nnd on another Rnvo n pcrformnnco nt tlio wetcomo entortnlnmcnt nccorded Oonornl Joffro on his visit to Lon don. A nervous breakdown com pound lior to rIvo up her work thoro, hut on her recovery bIio Iicrmi work , on tlio Paramount Artcrnft special plcluro, "Tho Firing Lino." S I IIICIIK'H A I'KTl'Iti: TITI.H THAT ' TKI.1.8 HTOItV )!' rrs OWN vehicle, which will ha dlsp)nv d u' tho Dreamntid theatre next Frldn. Jan, 2, only. Tho story concerns n young and UiiMiphlstlcntt'd Rlrl of the M!dd! Wes who becomes Initiated Into lh wajs of tho Hinnrt net nnd from Hi" on Is n slava to Hint kind of llfo until Hho Is finally owaliened nnd find Hint beneath tho Rlltter nnd Rlamo' of widely lies u (lurk current which soonor or Inter penetnitPS to the outer surfneo nnd onnulfs It victim- Miss Clayton Is nffordnd nn osiep' trnt opportunity In display hsr em tlonnl talonls ns tho picture r.lxnnul with hlRhly drnnintlc sltuiftlon. Ho said ho could ncor tova lior hecnuno sho wns u "piny nctros." To HiIh country "ruho" the stiiise was I tho devil's paradlte. Certainly ho lovos her Imforo tho i picture Is overt It wouldn't ho n !plcturn utile ho did. Hut the clinln of circumstances that makes him chniiRo his mind Is whnl mnkes this ono of tho "iroldnrndest" host pic tures Chnrles Itny hns over nindo. At Dreamland, .Saturday, January .'!. CONSTANCH TAI.MAIHli: STAII IN (JliMAT IM.AV, "HITIilO OHM," One need not spend much tlmo KtiidvlnR llio motif of ti motion pic ture story when It has n rntnprolion-1 slvo title. This Is tho raso with j "Men, Women nnd Money," Fthol l cfayton's now Paramount storrlnR ' Constance TnlnindRO, SolM't's bril liant youiiR comedienne, who loft I.os AiiroIcs loss thnti n jeuriiRO comparatively unknown, returned tr tho coast recently In u hhisto of Rlor?. n stnr In her own rlitht with seventy foot sIrhs on llroadwny, and her friends mndo her return tho occasion fur nnenthusrttstlc deinonstrntlou. "A prophet Is not without hanot novo In his own country does not tip ply to tho motion picture Indtistr , for nil thu workers In thin fMd h hlouiod with InrRe 1 carts and we como with Joy the progress nf tlifl' co-workers. "Tho Studio Oil I." which ' on stain o TntmndKo fliilnhod Juit bffn-e netici: op annhai. mkktino. Notice Is horoby Riven to tho Hhuro boldors of tho Ontario National Kami Loan association, that tho nmiitnl mcotliiR will bo held In tho City Hall, Ontario, OrcRnn, January 13th, nt 2 p. m., for tho purpose of eloctliiK n board of dlreotors to servo ono yenr nnd tho transaction of such other business ns may by tho mcotliiR bo deoiued proper. W. V. IIOMAN, Sccrotary-Tronsurcr. "Oil, IIOVSI" "Oh, Hoys," Is full of Rlrls mid KliiRcr, mid Its shown nt tho Di-jjni land theairo Wodnosday mid Thurs ay, January 1st nnd 2nd. The out Jtenlly successful attempt over mnde to translate to tho Hereon the com plete, osfccnco nnd story of a modern, up to dnto "Rlrlle. filrllo" muslcnl comedy hit. Six nets of IntiRhter, daucltiR, fun nnd rolllckliiK humor. DollRhtfitt musical seltliiR Iticludlnp tho orlRlnnl "Oh, Hoy music. A farco comedy which Is n riot of InuRhtor from start to flnUli a scream of doHRht phr ed by nn hk RreRnllou of stars of tho first magni tude, nnd fnmo on screen mid stnic- -with oddlos of pretty Rlrls furnishing plcturesiiuu dnncetf nnd lovoly lab lontix. Positively two days onlv. Im you seo something Iko this ovcry dny? No. As It's the first of Its k'nd Itomembnr tho dnys. Tho Misses Anne nml Marparei M" OUeru arrived homo from Portland Wcduosdny to spond tho holidays with their pnronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. J M McOlvorn. Ono G-room houso for ft 100; tonus. 40 noros, 25 ncros undcu "'M'cl iPtch, IS000; tonus. 00 ncros, $71i per aero; raw land. 10 acros, $7fi per ncro; rnw land. ' 10 acre near Ontario; nil cultivation, with bulldhiRS. A Hiinp. Imiulro (Irelg H Doollttln. HCItAI- HCItl'lt HIIIKH. Pure bred situs luoronsod urnil. hord production of 20 rows In South Dakota to tho vnlito of $Ij40 nvor that of grndo herds from scrub slrrs llow tho snmo principles tiro Affect ing production In Orogon, now lead Ing In many linos of dnlrvliiK nnd dnlry breeding, will bo polntcxl out In tho dnlry work nt Fnrmar' W-e' bCRlnnlng Docombor 3 "Hemp sen', slros" Is nt tho botou of thmi prin rlplM, From Department of ludu trial Journalism, OrcRoti Aurl ' turnl CoIIcro. LOW PRICE FLOUR SALE 1113 United S'ntCB Grnin Corpora Hon hat u r ued with tho mills In Oregon, Vnuh.utou nnd Idaho to offer to tho trade n "Standard Puro Wheat Flour" equal to or better than tluit now being exported hy the United States drain Corporation, at n prlco that wilt permit Its being sold to tho consumer nt not to oxrc"d $12,00 per 'barrel; packed In 24 1-2 Ih. cotton sacks nt not moro than 1.C0 nnd 40 lb. cotton snckH nt not moro than :i.00. If any dencr lit unnblo to uhtnln this flour nt n price Hint will permit Its being retailed at not to exceed prices named, or If any I consumer Is unnblo to obtain this j flour nt retail nt not to oxcecd prices named plonso notify tho Grain Corporation nt .lit) Hoard of Trade Itiillillng Portland, Oregon INSIST on an nbstrnct of title V i you purchnso or tend money on r al Bstnto. MAMIKim TITUS AND M1STHACT CO., Vulo Oregon A FKW WHITE liKOHOUNS AND Wynndotto pullets for sale A It Cain, phono 20GW. 2 to !", Qf0wffl WW u S"- ATONIC Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Clnypolo mid daughter list her of Cottonwood came down to spond tho holidays In Ontario, After you cat rtlwnya tako pi M C row Youit Adb-STOMAciQ Instantly rulloves I lortburn, DIoAt cilCaiiyFeollng. Stops food oourlnff, rcpcatlufr, and all otomach miseries. Aid. dlfMllon nj tpptlll. Krrpt .tomth wttnd.tronn. ln;rcMiVlulHynillp. CATONICIt lhb.t rrmnlr. Tn of thau ml. wonJatfullr twntnttd. UnlynaU crnt or twos il.ylo u.olL l'Kl(lclBuiroU'ut to plrtM or w will rtf un J mon, Ut Lie Ontario Pharmacy I m Ax Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year is our sincere greeting to our hundreds of depositors, custoners and friends During the year now so nearly gone, this institution has prospered beyond any year in jts history. Thi is due not alone to the ability and energy of its officers, but to you friends of ours, who come and keep coming, and bring others, Nor does the hard work we do nor the confidence of our people tell all the story, be cause our growth represents what Ontario and Malheur county have accomplished in the way of development and increased production. We show some figures taken a decade apart that tell how we, you, and all of us grow. DEPOSITS: December 19, 1899 - . - - - $ 40,070.50 December 19, 1909 - - - - v . 167,301.72 Dei-ember 19, 1919 .... 882,820.80 Twenty years ago we were the only bank in this ceunty: now there are ten, with deposits of over $4,000,000. During 1920 we will be ennbled to given far greater service to you than ever before, and cordially invite each and every one in our three great valleys to call on us. ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK I L. ADAM, Vice-President C. R. EMISON, Vice-President EARL BLACKABY, Ass't Cashiei; J. R. BLACKABY, President W. F. HOMAN, Cashier C. C. DE FREES, Ass't Cashier litf EM