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THE ONTAEIO AKUUS. ONTAMO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 WW.
a : 'A . COUNTV IIOAI) IIOMIH SELL AT IIIO Pltl'.MIl'.M ( Contlnuod from cage one ) Cnrstons & Knrlcs, promlum $31.10, liar mid nccrued Interest. John 15. I'rlco & Co., promlum, 110-10, pnr nnd nccrucd Interest. Lumberman'!) Trust, premium $18.10, pnr nnd nccrucd Intorcst. Freeman Smith & Cnmp, premium $fl030, pnr and nccrucd Interest. Mnrrl Ilrothors, promlum $1217. pnr nnd nccrucd Interest. Keolor Ilros., premium $1001, par nnd nccrucd Intorcst. U. S. Nntlonnl Hank, premium $3000, pnr nnd nccrucd Interest. Ontnrlo Nntlonnl Ilnnk, promlum $21)11, Intoroet deferred April 1, 1020. Ontnrlo Nntlonnl Dank, Intorcst r.',. premium $ ir.r,. Interest deferred April 1. 1020. Itnlph Schneolock Co, Security Savings & Trust Co., premium $3915, pnr nnd nccrucd Intorcst. 0. 13. Heoso, Ontnrlo, par nnd M for $2000. Clnrk-Kondnll, promlum $3125, par nnd nccrucd Intercut. P. J. anllnghor, premium $1550 nt rl4. par and nccrucd Interest. P. J. Onllnghor, pnr nt 5', per rent Intorcst. MorrlinntH Trust & Hnvlngs, pro mlum $2325, pnr nnd nccrucd Inter out. Fooplo's Stnto Dank, Illoomcr. Wis., Lot hid, pnr nnd nccrucd Intor- OSt. Tho Merchants Trust & Savings hnuk Ik a Ht. l'nul, Minnesota Insti tution which was Interested In tho bonds thru tho activity of tho Ore-goii-Wostorn Colonlzntlon compnny. tho other hanks savo that of Illoomcr, Wisconsin nro I'ortlnud Institutions, while CnrstoiiH & Harlot) nro from Honttlo. P. J. anllnghor represented nn Enstorn syndicate nil of which shows tho domnud far thoso socurl- tlOfl. Tho county court has not ilotor mined when It wll plnco tho halanro of tho Immuo nuthorUcd hy tho pcoplo Inst Juno upon tho market. CHRISTMAS TRADE IS GREATER THAN EVER Ontario .McicIiiiiiIh I'liitlclpiilc In Prosperity ItujIiiK l'.eful (Jlrts Appeal In Mot Polks 'I''"' TrlnkelM .Vol Overlooked. N'ovor In tho history of Ontnrlo wns tho huslncss of tho merchants nt Chrlsnins tlmo grentcr tlinn during tho past two weeks, Up to a Into hour Inst night tho demnnd for Chrlstmns glftu continued, tho tho shopping season wnH sprend over n longer porlod thnu usal, too. Tho inerchnntH report Hint tho buy crs sought first useful Rifts, tho thoso who sell whnt nro popularly called luxuries report n lively de mnnd for their lues. Karly In the week ninny of the merchants do dared their lines to he hroken nnd Into shoppers found they linil to Inko whnt (hey could secure nnd not he too particular. Ilu)ers enmo to Ontnrlo from nil tho near hy towns nnd nil week there has heon ample evidence of tho shop phiR center of this region helng Ore gun street, Ontnrlo. heal ham: amhukiih i jl 'ota's completion' (Continued trom pngo 1) Orrcn lloycr. whoso mnrrlngo at Hnrmlslou, Oregon, to Miss Cecelln Hnydon. wns nn event of sonic time since, returned to Ontario Humlay from Hnn Diego, California. Mm. lloycr did not return with him hut remained In tho South with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. lloycr, and Hay lloyor, who nro wintering there .MiniiouiHT ciiimcu. .Sunday services: 10:00 A. M Sunday school. 11:00 A. M., Trenching, "Taking Life's Inventor." 7:00 P. M., Epworth I.onguo at parsonage Thu hist Sunday of tho year should seo us In Ood'a houso. ChnrloH (lebort Hold tho first of tho rottldencoH ho built on tho acre tracts nt tho North city limits to Guy Slln rIo. Mr. Oohert expects to build an other houso In tho snmo district Im mediately. John UnsmiiHscii went to Pocntollo Sunday on IhikIiimn, returning Tues- day. An Incipient flro at tho homo of II. I,. Peterson called out tho flro de partment Inst Friday. Tho flro was not serious hut did give tho flro lad dies u chnnco to wear tho fine now ronts and cap which Chief I.nuls Kroossln recently recurcd. W. S, Skinner of Jordan Valley nnd W. O. Thompson of tho snmo plnco, woro business visitors hero Saturday. dnto ns $00, but tho women there ex pect to reach n totnt of $75. Of tho Nyssn quota tho children of the children of the schools sold $115 worth. Dead Ox Tint HoinN Chock Out on Dead Ox Flat tho Women's club took n quota of $25 nnd nn Sat urday n check for that amount wns recolvcd from thnt district This nmount was sold on the Flat In Just n few days, for the stnmps did not reach tho women until Monday of last wcok. Large lliijcix Hero Tho conunlttco In Ontario report tho following largo buyers In Ontnrlo, L. I. Hlrsch, $10 worth, Under Urothcrs, Ontnrlo Nntlonnl Ilnnk and Idaho Power compnny, $5 each. Among the School Tho following Is tho report on the sale of stnmps hy tho vnrlnus grades nnd tho High School, In which tho High School students wore surpnsscd by their youthful brothers nnd sis ters: Third Grndo $12 40 Fourth .(Irndo 19 HO Fifth Grade 25 81 Sixth (Irnilo 27.20 Soventh (Irndo 27.55 Eighth Orndo 0 42 High Heboid Freshmen $2 04 Sophomores 2 00 Juniors 50 Seniors 1 2:1 'Tun n good Halt cry, hill she' gone now nfier III eni Mi;ulhcr." If It mm not fully ehiugeil when I Ik rold came the rhiiuret are lluil It Is ruined r ou did not protect ll, l''rot In sure death to n storage bat lory uhlrli N not fully charged. Protect jonix now or, If soiue thing happeneil to It, bring It ihmn for ii (cm, anyway. Hintvici: Tim: and iiattt.iiv . Near Curler llttiio Phono IOI -It The Big roii EXTENDS A Mr. nnd Mn. C E. Amhlon loft Fri day evening for Allegou, Michigan, to visit relative. They expect lo bo roiio for sovornl months, n Mr nnd Mrs, Wnrd Cnnfleld were called to Iowa Sunday hy tho sudden Illness of Mr. Cnnflold's brother Tliolr departuro compelled n change In plans for n family reunion whhh was to hnvo boon hold here. Great Big' Hearty Greeting to its friends for their patronage during the past year. Tho this is a comparativi'ly new institution in Ontario, it appreciates tile progressive spirit of the community, is .'lad to lie located in a town where the spirit of co-operation prevails and in the Snake and Malheur Valleys where prosperity reigns. ' For the peace that lias marked our coinings and our goings as a nation during the past year, for the prospects of continued prosperity during the year Income, and lor all the good things that Americans enjoy we should lit; thankful at this Christmas time. i Wo wisli that every family in this community will have a Merry Christmas, especially do we wish this for ovory boy and girl in Ontario, but for every young man and woman, for every business man, and for ovory business concern so that wo will all enjoy a truly Morry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous Now Year. The Big Four POOL, BILLIARDS, CIGARS, CANDIES, CONFEC- TIONS, SOFT DRINKS JENKINS & JENKINS, Proprietors Hood "Cheer to M WOMEN'S At'MI.IAHV OK Till: AMEIIICA.V LEGION I'Olt.MIXd This is the message that Turner's Music Store would convey to every home in all this region. We trust that the Christmas time, with all its senti ment, with all its happiness, may abound in the hearts and minds of every one. This region, along with all America, has been most prosperous during 1!)ll). Here in the Snake and Malheur Valleys fortune has smiled upon us. Unrivaled prosper ity has been the portion of this section. That we have enjoyed a measure of this prosperity is due to the consideration given us by our patrons. To them we wish to show a mark of our appreciation and we take this means of doing so, and now we again wish to express the sentiments of the scarfon, A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year ffurner Musk tftcre W. L. TURNER, Proprietor Everything in Music Newspapers, Magazines, Cigars, Confections Tho constitution rocognUes nn ntixlllury organization to ho known us Womon'K Auxiliary of Tho Ameri can l.eglon Membership In this auxiliary will bo limited to mothers, wIvok, daughters and lusters of mom hors of tho l.eglon, and mothers, wives, daughters nnd slstors of men and women who woro In tho military or naval sorvlco of tho United States between April 0, 1917, nnd Novomhor 11, 1918, nnd died In lino of duty or after honornblo dlschnrgo and frlor to Novomhor 11, 1920. This auxiliary will go govomed by rules nnd regulations to bo proscribed hy the national oxocutlvo committee and thereafter approved by onch do partmont of tho l.eglon. Tho national oxocutlvo commlttco Instructed tho national commandor to appoint n commlttco of soven to work out a plan of organization from tho ground up nnd report hack to tho oxecutlvo commlttco. Soino tlmo will nocossarlly olapso bofora doflnlto rules and regulations can ho laid down nnd officially i,, 9, 18, 47 , Sept adopted, hut as many posts nnd stato organizations aro anxious to make a start on this work, tho following Ib suggested to each stato for consider ation as nn ad Interlum plan: Authorlzo local posts to organlzo n womon's auxiliary to Ontario Post No. C, This women's auxiliary post to bo attached to a regularly charter ed post of actlvo members, For"tho present tho organization of tho wo men's auxiliary not to extend beyond posts, Each women's nuxlllnry post to recolvo a temporary charter from tho national executive commlttco, aftor Its application has been ap proved, first, by the post to which It Ik to bo attached, and second, by the commander of tho department or the department executive committee Theso temporary charters will be Is- suetj on abasls of a temporary con stitution adopted from tho present constitution and post organization ol tho American l.eglon. DEEDS AND PATENTS Walter (Moment ot ux to I,, I) Mitchell, VV48WWBVl, 21, 18, 10, Nov. 29 1019; $i:i00. Leonard Colo ot ux to James Mor rison Lots 10. 11. III. 31. Hone Attn.. Vnio. rice. s. 101 n. innn. I Frank P. Carrier ot ux to John K. Montgomery, I.oIk 1, 2 See. 11, 17 17, Oct. 13, 1910. Adolla Dcrg ot Mr to II. C. makes Icy & Quy Graham, nVdSKVi, 8, 1C, 47,-May 17, 1919. $12,000. Allen I). Kyto to Kdward Conrad Ilnrton, HI. 23 Annex nnd 3.&1 acres In NWW of SWli, 28, IB, 7, Nov. 1, 1919, $22C0. K. II, Kelson, oxocutor of J. P. Dubo estate, to Francis O'Neill, Lot 2, III. 24, Hldredgo'B Adn. Vale. Dee. 8, 1919. $1020, FUEL SITUATION IS GREATLY RELIEVED Ituu on Kvcnlng Church Sortim l.lfH',1 Threo Oirx of (Vial Dm- log Week Widely Drhlrlbuted Over diy mill Country, Tho fuol sltiintlon In Ontario uuil. vicinity Is vastly Improved. During tho wook three cars of coal urrlved and woro distributed to sumo two hundred fninlllcH and somo of tlio business houses. So much bettor Id tho situation up- 1 pear thnt tho fuol administration has raised tho ban on evening church sorvlccu so thnt all o ftho churches will ho ahlo to hold two services ouch Sunday, starting Dccembor 28, J, M. Addlngtou nnd J. K. Ham. stroot to Chns. I. Woodward, 2 acres kpipvpi' urine 1 nit In NEti KK NIVU . 2fi. IB. 4 Now I M lhikCl' UM'1 S ,a"' l 1919 11800 I Albican farmers grow lilRRor nml Oregon & Western Colonization b.eUer P n8t ea" ot tho war Co. to C. V. Latham. NKUNWliSW Mrs. Mary W. llorron arrived Tues day ovenlng from Salem to Join her son nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan E. Oakes, In their Christmas celebra tion. A. F. Itlddle, who Is tho auto editor of tho Capital News as well as Its stato houso reporter, camo over from tho Idaho capital to spend Sunday with friends. 30, 1919. $SC3. Lllllo Tnpp et vlr to O. II. Itloker and C. Smith, Lot 0, III. 13, Vale, Pec. 8, 1919. $G00. U. S. A. to John Henry Daniior, Stb, 34, 29, 45, Dec 11 1914. Iilackuby &. I.eos to Freddie Illack nby, Lots 4, 5, C, 111. 130, Onturlo. Doc. 5 1919. $1.00. Charles Oenkoy to J. L. Gray et uy, SE14SEM, 17, 18, 47. Aug. 21. 1919. $9400. Northern Trnnsfor Co, to Hoy Goodnight. NWUNK',4. 23, 18, 40, Oct 28, 1919. $0000. " Marriages Licences Wm. Henry Davis and Mnry Pedlta, Doc. 8, 1919. Samuel Dolaney Lyle nnd Estello May Turner, Dec. 10, 1919. Itobert Edward Madden and Graco Ireno Pounds, Dec. 12, 1919. than over boforo, notwithstanding thoy supplied 30 por cont of tho mil itary forces employed.. Elsewhere as In Oregon sclVuco was Joined with labor moro effectively than over be foro, Thousands of chlldron as well as loading farmers literally hitched 1 their plow to tholr stnto agricultural colleges. II Mr. and Mrn, Tom Arnold nnd daughter, Miss Alva, left Monday for tho Circle nar ranch to spend Christ mas with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Arnold Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E Drown expect to leavo by tho first of the year for their ranch near Venator. Tlio youngest daughtor will enter St. Mar gnrot's Academy nt Rolso for tho rest of tho school year. Mrs. I. E. Oliver of Malheur City, who spent tho lato summer uud fnll horo In Ontarlo.returned to h,or homo In tho upper country nst week. , Nyssn business visitors have been; I Plentiful in Ontario all wook On day tho morning pony carried more than a scoro of residents of the neighboring city to Ontnrlo. Anions thoso who were horo last Friday we.ro John Knkabeoko, A. I). Morey and Dick Tonson. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dlackaby will hold a family reunion nt their home today. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dlackaby of Homedalo, Mr. and Mrs, Earl and Mr. and Mrs. Larue Dlackaby of tbli city and William Dlackaby of Eugeaa will bo numbered around tho family, j dinner table. John Magnuson of the Frultland Donch has purchased tho D II Kerr:! 20 aero tract, which Is located south of town. Mr, Magnuson will U possession after tho first of the year. FOIt SALE Soven room home d 5 lots $1500 on terms, 176-H' NICE sleepino nnOM to rfnt. With or without heat. UentlemftY proforred. 1