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THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 101"
lond of hogs to Rrogan on Thursday,
from there shipping to the Rortland
The Iromkh baseball team organ- market,
ized nn Wednesday for the season. S. I J. M, Tyler and ('has. Howard went
A. I.ofto was elected manager ami to lirogan on Monday I !iuf 'rns .
W. J. H n captain. The tear, ha- Opal ROM who has I en vi: it;ng
had hp i i pnctlce fa M and e wlt'i rc!athrts n Jaker tome tine.
pect ga a With U.dtjr 0Hnday,jrturned to 1 1 r home ti.e fir . t .if th
March 2Xth. j week, aciompanied by her friend,
Wm. Allen who has been in Walla' Stella Marber, of llaker, coming by the
Walla the past month disposing of a way of Malheur. Herman Rose meet
number of his mules, returned homo ' ing them at that place.
Tuesday. He reports that countryl Mrs. A. R. Van Ruren who haa
looking fine. been in Rayette the past two monthd,
Frank Reed of lionitu, passed I at the bedside of her mother who has
through enroute to Hardy Murrays
after grain, the first of the week.
Nick Worsham of Malheur, was a
visitor at Jap Woodcock's the first of
been quite ill, is expected home on
Ed. Rose returned from a brief visit
with friends at Malheur, on Sunday.
F. W. Smith who has been in On-
l.ulu Howard was a visitor at Mm. tario the pant month with his family,
Bait Howard's on Wendesday, of Mai- who have had the measles, returned
heur. home Friday. Mrs. Smith and son
Iv A. Nichols, who has been in On-'Charlie are expected home on Wed
tario the past five months, returned nesday.
to his homestead on Ironside, Thurs
day. His family will remain in On
tario until school closes.
Jonse Elms and family left for
liiogan on Friday, enroute to Ar
kansas, where they expect to make
their home. They have lived in and
near this community for years ami ex
pect thrj will find the southern states
mm h i banged since leaving there.
Conor Young made a trip to liro
gan the Inst of the week.
Mrs. Mcpherson, after scnding the
winter with her daughter here, re
turned in bei home at Ontario nn Fri
day Mi Mae Ream entertained a num
ber of friends to dinner on Friday.
Those present ,re: Mrs. ljuinn4
Clyde May, Ch:i. Seton, and Mr. and
Mrs. I,om King of West Camp Creek.
.Mi. Waiter II. i, i. .11 went to Unity
on Friday, visiting her parents until
G. K. Rutherford will take a car
Services were held at the church
here on Sunday. A large crowd as
sembled. Services were preached by
Rev. Harrison of Unity.
Miss Nannie Duncan was a week
end visitor at her mother's, returning
home on Sunday.
Automobiles are again getting to be
a common occurrence in this locality.
Earl Lofton has been trying out his
new Ford of late; also Roy appeared
in his Cudiluc on Sunday, besides
Wm. Ouinn nMemled the dance at
Unity OH Friday, given by the girls
of that place for the benefit of the
baseball boys. Forty-six dollars was
HM amount taken in during the even
ing. The hall was decorated beauti
fully in green and white. A light
luncheon of sandwiches, salad, cake
and coffee was served at the midnight
hour. They danced till a very late
hour. The honor is given to Rose
Morfitt, Onic Elms and Miss Frieda
Mr. O. Koshnick and family were
guests at H. R. Udicks Sunday.
J. M. R tier and fami.y motored
OTOf to I)i : I Ox Similar aid were ep
te tained at tfii Wiis' i CraiM nom
Mrs. Cordis Marqttil wh 0 ha; beei
caring for Grandma Thomas during
her illness, returned home Friday.
Mrs. Thomas is still slowly improv
ing. Dorothea Cox is teaching the sixth
grade at Ontario, one of the teachers
having resigned on account of illness.
Will Hurd was a dinner guest at
Floyd Richardsons Sunday.
Mr. F. M. Mahan is the proud pos
sessor of a new car. Such excellent
roads as we have now would give any
one the fever.
Miss Rula Tompkins is staying with
Mrs. B. B. Wood during Mr. Woods'
absence at Juntura.
Mrs. Wilson Crane returned to her
home on Dead Ox Flat Saturday, after
a several days visit with her son,
Chas., and family.
Gordon Beers of Emmett and Miss
Edith ('apron of Fruitland, spent Sun
day at the H. E. McCarty home.
Frank Vines and family from above
Vale came down by auto Sunday and
visited at the home of Mr. Vines neice
Mrs. Chas. Leavitt.
Mrs. Kosnick, Mrs. Udick, and Mrs.
Stover were calling at J. A. Walters
G. W. Kaylor and family visited
Sunday at T. M. Kennedy's.
A. Gramse, the fruit inspector, is
busy looking for pests and the farmers
are following close, killing them with
Something new in a basket social
. I be given at the Boulevard Grange
hail next Saturday evening. Each
couple will be weighed and the gentle
man will be required to pay one cent
a pound for the difference in the
weight of he and his lady friend.
Enberg, who is teaching at that place.
Stanley Van Buren and family are
making preparations to move to their
homestead this week, after an absence
of several months living in Ironside
to send their little boy, Alvey, to
Mr. Kibler left on Tuesday's stage
for the county seat, where he will
spend several days conducting busi
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Making Customers Friends
The more you associate with people, the
more you see of them, talk with them, the
easier it is to learn their interests, likings and fancies
and to gain their confidence.
It is this spirit of friendship that we are striving for
to gain your acquaintance, your friendship, your
confidence, for this intimacy goes a long way toward
making business for us and successful dressers of
Most of our friends realize the value of frequent vis
its to our store-large numbers of them make it a
practice to come in every so often, whether they buy
or not. As a result we know them, know what ap
peals to them, and choose our merchandise on these
grounds. We appreciate the wisdom of this plan
and encourage its practice.
Today is a good time to start!
E. B. Conklin of Cairo and A. G.
Kingman of Kingman Kolony, were in
Ontario, Monday, making plans for
the 1915 Pomona Grange corn carni
val. J. W. Weaver, A. Gramse and V. V.
Hickox have a new spray outfit and
vdl begin war on the San Jose scale
Boulevard Grange now has a good
Victrola, provided by the enterprising
young men of the Grange.
Don Conklin made a business trip
to Juntura Friday.
Our old friend A. E. Brown was on
the Boulevard last week.
County Fruit Inspector A. Gramse
and County Bee Inspectoi Howard
Mallet, have been busy in our neigh
borhood this week.
Mr. J. M. Butler and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Crane, visited Mr.
Crane's parents on Dead Ox Flat Sunday.
Mrs. H. L. Hickox of Dilley, Ore.,
is visiting relatives in this section.
Miss Emma Wells spent Sunday at
her home on Dead Ox Flat.
Mr. J. O. Scritchfield is spraying
Mr. Butler's and Mr. Benders' or
chards this week.
Miss Bullard and Mr. Long of Ar
cadia Grunge favored Boulevard
Grange by their presence at the regu
lar meeting Saturday night.
Commissioner Weaver was in Vale
on county business this week.
The dance given by the Boulevard
young people Friday evening, March
12, waa well attended and everyone
reports a jolly good time.
Much practicing is being done on t In
Grange play, "Back to the Farm,"
which is to be given soon.
Miss Hortense Wells has been un
able to attend school the past two
weeks, because of a severe attack of
pneumonia, but is now rapidly re
covering. Mr. J. A. Walter-, had a runaway
Monday morning, his home becoming
frightened at an engine on the track
near Cairo, but as it happened no dam
age was done.
Miss Lulu Tompkins is visiting with
Mrs. B. B. Wood, while Mr. Wood is
Mr. A. E. Kimball of Arcadia called
at V. V. Hickox's Monday concerning
Mrs. Ben Rose was very sick last
I Nelson Grover is now seen on the
Boulevard in his bran new car.
I A. B. Cain was very busy th- fit at
of the week unloading a car of spray
Material for the Fruit Grower as
sociation. Vhe O. S. L. has had a crew buv
nio r.r, dirt from the Luse cut near
Ca'ro to the Snake river bridge
Mr. W. R. Shinn, county agricu'U'i
ist. gave a short talk at Grange Satur
day night concerning the coming Po
mona Grange Corn Contest, and also
where good seed corn may be se
Miss Dorothea Cox has been teach
ing in the Ontario school, during Miss
The next social event happening at
the Grange hall is a basket Pound
Social. The ladies furnish the baskets
and the gentlemen pay t'.e difference
between his own and his partner's
Holliday, Vale; II. 0. Mallison, Roise.
I MOORE HOTEL.
Wednesday, March IT. Lola I.
Morelock, Vale; E. R. Coulter, Job.
D. Osborn, Charles Johnson, J. J.
Evans, Weiser; W. M. Powell, Roise;
W. E. O'Donnell, D. L. O'Donnell,
Landing, Idaho; Denny B. Purl, Roise
Thursday, March 18. Jas. McNam
ara, W. W. Brookins, Boise; J. L. D.
Morrison, City, J. H. Palmer, Vale;
S. A. Armstead, Portland; W. O.
Azling, Boise; C. A. Martin, Council;
D. E. Newman. B. E. Hamlin. G. E.
Close, Boise; L. C. Rartlett, Jamieson;
J. F. Kelsey, Boise.
Friday, March 19. H. W. Hoffman,
Baker; Mrs. A. B. Childress, Portland;
Mrs. A. M. Sheffield, Payette; W. L.
Jones, Boise; Anno P. Rupp, Fruit-
'land; C. 0. Winkle.. B. '... Entry, H.
I A. Ellsworth, Br.is ; John U'dnn,
Huntington: R. H. Dearmond, JIope;
E. I. Brogan, Vale.
Saturday, March 20. G. C. flat
field, Idaho Falls; B. F. Ware. FJ. J.
Peffer, Boise; C. E. Kimball, Weiser;
E. J. Wells. Boise.
Sunday, March 21. W. S. Steade
and wife, Albertson; John Dolan,
Huntington; S. C. Ogsbury, Boise.
Monday, March 22. James Mc
Namara, Boise; F. W. Straw, Lewis -ton;
Chas. Spinner. Boise; J. B.
Reightley, San Francisco; G. E. Close.
Boise; W. E. Swett, Pocatello; Dr. P.
A. Simmons, Boise.
Lyte Howard a former resident of
Ontario came in Sunday from Pendle
ton to spend a few days with old
friends and acquaintances.
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Wednesday, March 17. Lee Noe,
Vale; Geo. W. Young, Burns, Ore.; C.
E. Belding. Portland; Geo. S. Parks,
Robt. Fenwick, Jordan Valley; G. H.
Harvey, Boise. Idaho.
Thursday, March 18. I. A. Haley,
Caldwell, Idaho; J. A. Holladay,
Opal, Wyo.; H. B. Darling. Portland;
R. C. Barlee. Pocatallo: Mrs, Sant
Waldon, Prairie Ctt. - sssfj
Friday, March i.-Joha Leary.
Placerville, Idaho: L. P. Halev. Warn.
ego. Kansas; J. G. Boos and wife,
Weiser; A. Johnson, Wamego, Kan.
Saturday, March 20. Ben Brown,
Vale; F. E. Newell, Caldwell; H. Wal
ters. Nyssa; Mr. and Mrs. E. Brown,
Venator, Ore.; I. H. Holland, Burns;
Mrs. Wm. Jones, Juntura; E. E. Mc
Coy, Riverside, Ore.; H. T. Francis.
Nyssa; Wm. Hoyt, Nampa; F. B. Zuu
Sunday. March 21. M. C .True.
Colfax. Wash.; Morris Sommer and
wife, Weiser; C. 1. ft Ames, Vale;
Lyte Howard. Pendleton.
Monday. March 22. M. T. Gomeo,
Boise. Idaho; A. G. Kingman, Nyssa;
E C Manchester. Roy, Wash ; T. W.
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household wants. If you haven't a bank account
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