THE ONTARIO AUG OS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1922
After a fire, one of the first men
welcomed by the man who suffers
tho loss in this section, is A, J.
L I Hall. arlltlRTftr fnr tnnnv rnmitnnfaa
- Jeff Wilson of Burns, was one of wlth headquarters in Boise. Mr.
the names which adorned tho regis
ter at the Moore Tuesday.
O Henry Schuppell who toils Idafio-
ains about tho beauties of Oregon
sILife, was an Ontario visitor on Tues-
p3ay and AVednesday.
a Ironside is a new address which
vDonald McLeod, tho well known
sfiheepman gave when ho registered
Jthls week at the Moore. If Mr.
pMcLeod changed his addross with
ovory movement of his Jjands of
ifcheep he would indeed bo hard to
t(locato but he is in Ontario so much
ythat ho can call this his home if he
, J. D. Fairman of Argentino beef
fame, was an Ontario visitor Mon
flay. Mr, Fairman is a man of many
Hactlvltics and is known to practical
ly everyono in tho upper country.
jjTwo years ago Jack mado his bid for
ifame by writing a treatise on canned
,boof that was given wide circulation
and publicity. What Mr. Fairman
toally works at, howovor, is running
fjho bank at Harper.
q Will Jamieson, who has been down
In Nevada, with some of tho Stanfield
gflocks, was roglstered at tho Moore
FRI. and SAT.
JANE NOVAK in
A DRAMA OF THE ROARING
YUKON; ALSO COMEDY and
SUNDAY, M.ON., TUESDAY
PAULINE FREDERICK In
Roads of Destiny
ALSO COMEDY AND NEWS
JOHN ANDERSON is
back on the job
Mr. Anderson, who for years
wus tho offlciont tinner for tho
U. S. Plumbing & Heating
company, has returned to On
tario. Folks who lmvo soon
bis work realize that moans
HE FIXES FLUES
Mr. Andorsou Is an export
on Furnace and stovo flues.
Look over your furnace now.
Havo nil repairs mado bo
foro winter. This will moan
tho saving of time and money'
H. R. UDICH'S .
PLUMBING ami HEATING.
ONTAUIO, OREGON . . .
Hall came here Monday to adjust
tho loss on tho Holdon Clement
wheat stack fire.
Harry Kennard, who is the deputy
water master for this county, was in
Ontario over the week end, accom
panied gy his boss, Rhea Luper, who
has been appointed supervisor of
water distribution by the state water
u. i I'owcu .or uoise, tho com
mission man who has a plant here,
was In the city on business Tues
Two auto loads of Ontario people
who though they have lived within
reach of it for years, had never
seen the Arrowrock dam, motored
up to tho gigantic pleco of masonry
Sunday. In the party to climb the
thousand or moro steps were: Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Rader, Bernard and
Harrison Rader, Mrs. E. C. Van Pet
ten, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Petten,
Miss Amy anfiold and Mrs. Jacob
Prinzing of Nampa.
Mr. anu Mrs. v. a. staples mo
tored to Boise Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Powers and
family drovp to Council Sunday.
Mrs. Pat. O'Brien returned this
week from a soveral weeks' stay in
the hills on a camping trip. Mr.
O'Brien remained In tho upper coun
try for several days moro of vaca
tioning. P. J. Gallagher returned Filday
from Burns whoro bo wont on busi
ness. Ho made the return trip from
tho Harney metropolis with Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Swagler.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of
Bolso, motored to Ontario Sunday
for dinner and then proceed to Pay
etto whoro Mr. Brown boarded tho
convention special bound for Wal
lace. Mrs. S. S. Widlgor of Superior,
Wisconsin, is tho guest of hor daugh
ter Mrs. W. E. Lees.
Mrs. Andrew Lackey and Miss
Ruth Lackey who toured tho Yellow
stone during tho past two weeks re
turned homo Monday after on ox
tondod visit In St. Anthony, Idaho
with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lackey.
II. C. Boyer is back from New
York whoro ho wont in search of
merchandise for tho coming season.
O. H. Graham loft Sunday for
Port Angoles, Washington, where
Mrs. Graham has spent tho summer
while ho was In tho east and middle
west on business.
Judgo and Mrs. E. H. Test nro
back from a trip to Wallowa Lakes;
enthusiastic over tho beauties of that
P. E, Joyco, monalng Peto, not
Pat, one of the many of tho Joyco
family ongagod In tho sheep bus!
ness In Malheur county, registered
at tho Moore fiom Juntura this
Bible school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11. a. in.
Servico at Owyhee, 2:30 p. m.
Junior and Senior B. Y. P. W at
7:00 p. m.
Gospel service at 8:00 p. m.
rrayer service weu. at s:uo p. m.
Chas. II. Blom, pastor.
FOR SALE Bartlett, D'AnJou,
Flemish Beauty, Clairgeau and
Seckell Pears. Hophurst Orchard,
2 miles south of Payette. Dhone
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
.STATE OF OREGON, FOR THE. .
. ..COUNTY OF MALHEUR.. ..
In the Matter of the Estate of
C. D. CRIGLER, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by A. L.
Cockrum, administrator of tho Es
tate of C. D. Crigler, deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having
claims against said Estate to pre
sent such claims with tho necessary
vouchors, according to law, within
six months after tho first publica
tion of this Notice to A. L. Cock
rum, Administrator of said Estate
at the First National Bank of On
A. L. COCKRUM, Administrator
of the Estate of C. D. Crigler. de
R. W. Swagler, Attorney for
Date of first publication August
24, 1922. Date of last publication,
September 21, 1922.
Wostrnll Couple Married
Rov. Henry Young of the Metho
odlst church at tho parsonage last
Monday, read tho marriage servico
for Llborty P. Chastain and Miss
Mario Fahy, both of Wcstfall.
Caid of Thanks
To tho many fi lends and neigh
bors whoso sympathy oxprossod in
tho hour of our boreavomont at tho
death of our boloved mother, we
chorish, and to those organisations
and individuals who manifested
their sontlmonts In beautiful floral
plocos, wo doslro to oxpress our
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McDowell.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF ORGEON FOR
In the matter of the Estate of Os
car Merrill, presumed to be Do
ceased; Notice is hereby given to tho said
Oscar Merrill, presumed to be de
ceased, and to any and all other per
sons to whom it may concern, That
on the 14th day of August, 1922, a
Decree was duly entered In tho
above entitled Court and cause, to
tho effect that the said Oscar Mer
rill died on or about the 1st day of
March, 191f, tho said day and date
being about the last date and upon
which tlio said Oscar Merrill, pre
sumed to be deceased is known to
have been livelng. It was then and
thoro adjudged and decreed that In
case that satisfactory proof was not
offered to the above untitled Court
in tho abovo entitled cause, showing
that tho said Oscar Merrill, is or
was living at the time of tho enter
ing of tho said Pecree, within the
period of Twelve Weeks, from the
first publication of this noticethen,
nnd in such event that Roy A. Kel
loy or some other suitable person
would nnd will bo 'appointed as an
Administrator of the Estate of the
said Oscar Merrill, presumably de
ceased. It is further ordered that
tho said Oscar Merrill, living, and
any nnd all other persons to whom
(these presents shall como, greeting,
who shall have knowledge of tho
i fact, if it Is a fact that the said Os
car Merrill presumably deceased is
still living to appear in the abovo on-
titled Court, and offer proof if any
thoy havo showing that tho said Os
car Merrill Is not in fact deceased
on or beforo tho expiration of 12
weeks from the date of the first
publication of this-Nottco.
E. II. TEST.
County Judgo of Malheur
Date of first publication August
24, 1922. Date of last publication
Septembor 7, 1922.
PAID LOCAL ADS
Tho Church of Christ of Frultland
nnd Mldvalo will hold a mnss meet
ing nnd baskot dinner at tho Fruit
land chinch on Sunday. August 27.
Everybody cordially Invited to nt
Owing to the difficulty of keep
ing account of items for this col
umn, tho mistakes which occur In
telephone conversations due to mis-
unaersianuings, tne Argus has de
termined to place this column on a
cash In advanco basis. To uso this
column therefore write your ad,
count six words por line and remit
as follews: For first insertion 10
cents per line, all subsequent inser
tions 5 cents per line; mail check, or
It coin la used boo that same is
wrapped so that it will not drop
Garago Equipment for Salo at a
bargain. For information apply
H. W. Champnoys,.Vnlo, Oregon. 2t
TTS time to get them ready for school, and among the most important arti-
cles of their whole outfit is their Shoes. Look over these prices, then come
in and look over the shoes.
BROWN CALf LACE SHOES
OUR TOP GRADE DRESS SHOE
SIZES 2$ TO 7 ... $4.85
sizes ii to a ... p4.Z5
SIZES 8 to 11 ... $0.75
BUSTER BROWN LOW ELK SHOE
the real shoe for hard 8er-
BUSTER BROWN SHOES forBOYS
SIZES 2 TO 7
SIZES 11 1 to 2
SIZES 8 to 11
BROWN LACE SHOES
OF GOOD QUALITY
SIZES 2 TO 7
SIZES 11 to 2
SIZES 2?& to O
SIZES 10H to 2
liOOlt AVELL. ,
TAN ARMY SHOES
OF FINE QUALITY
SIZES 2jJ to O
SIZES 1 to 2 I
SIZES 8 M to 11
BROWN TRINMED ELK SCOOT
SIZES 2)L to O
SIZES 1 to 2
SIZES HH to 13
GINGHAMS FOR SCHOOL DAYS
CLEAN-CUT CHECKS, GAY PLAIDS, RICH DARK DESIGNS. ALL
ARE FASHONABLE AND PRACTICAL FOR FALL & WINTER USE
GINGHAM IS THE RIGHT WEIGHT FOB INDOOR sAVEAR IN SCHOOL
OR HOME.. .IT KEEPS THE CHILDREN HEALTHY. IT KEEPS THF
CHILDREN WELL DRESSED.. .ALL THIS WEEK WE ARE FEATUl
ING THE NEW FALL DESIGNS.. . JwllUB-
Rader Bros. Co.
Ontario The Store that Saves You Money Oregon
ron PASTURE 80 acre field that ' WANTED -Man with car to sell
best low priced Cord, Tires made.
$100.00 per week and expenses,
Graham Tiro Co., 3681 Pipestone,
Benton Harbor, Mich. 38 2t
has not been harvested this sum
mer. Good pWe for bunch of sheep.
John Coyle, 3V& miles west of hos
pital. 38 It
LOST Rear cushion for Dodge car,
between Ontario ,and Nyssa, last
week. Roturn to this office and re
ceive reward. 3g 2t
B H B B IH H
SEPTEMBER 20, 21, 22, 1922
FUN 3 DAYS---1000 WAYS
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