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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
TH1 ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSO AY, MARCH 25, 1911
PLACER MINING SUSAN JL DORY
Commencing April 1st, 1915, the merchants
of Ontario will establish a Delivery System
which we believe will be of mutual benefit to
bothparties. Deliveries as follows:
First Delivery leaves promptly at 8:30 o'clock
All orders must be in promptly, as deliveries
will leave as stated.
All orders coming in later will jro on the next delivery. In this
way you know just when t expect your order t arrive. We sincere
ly hope you will co-operate with us in this, thereby insuring you
prompt and better service.
Yours For Better Service
Malheur Mercantile Co.,
Boyer Bros. & Co.,
Itader Bros. Co.,
Wilson Bros. & Co.,
Oregon Packing Co.,
By E. A. Fraaer
By H. C. Boyer
By F. Rader
By Boy Wilson
By Alfred AnezdaJe
By H. H. Tunny
Announcement was 1118(10 this week
by A. Pi Boyer Unit li' would start
operations In tm i:i on placer
I Ining project on tin" Ibnnt river.
i e are three claim of twenty
aaeh in Un project tad Mr
Boyer states they run about twenty
I five cents ffold to the square f""t.
The jr"l'l is coarse, and is said to
J be one nf the best phu r mining
propositions in this section of the
The work this year will consist of
building n reservoir and building
ditches to pet the water on the land.
i t season the mining will start in
Hiirh School Paper. Maybelle Caldwell
Cnt its Report.
A v'ry enjoyable "travoline- -hower"
vas Riven ny uena Annni I uesuny
evening in honor of Kvelyn lirmvn.
mm of the iimst popular high school
Itudtntl who left for Ocean Park,
i '.I., the la.-t Of the Wttk A v ry
pretty color scheme wni carried oat
in decorations and refreohmenl
Bneh y ur-.t brought token of their
food will in shape i traveling
convenience. Evelyn was not inform
ed of this part of the party and was
.-ry much surprised nnd plsaatd.
A proph'cy of her trip was made in
lory ''iirm, each Riiest lellinjr her part
of the story while she toasted a ninrsh
mallow. In ne Rader pave n "surprise party"
in honor of Kvehn Ilrnwn Friday af
ternoon nnd Kvelyn was truly "sur
I." Miss June Gray won first
prize in the Ktiessintt contest and
x Veell the ceiMl;:tic)ll prize. Both
priMI were pre.-erited t the gM '
A dainty lit tic h was served by M
i . ! b some of her school
T!'c boyi of t' , boo are pi.,..
poring for a "bike"
garni .. ' betwi
M. s. baoeb ill t- id PVi Itland Fri
:t.. in i
tba "Mi h and
i nlng . bool b
HOLDS M RECORD
Mrs. Susan A. Dory, a pioneer of i , . a
11 ,. , V , , . Company I Of Payette of the M,k
Mulheiir COUnty, died last week, fol-l t "lr "I
lowing a brief illness. (National Guard nt its annual in
Susan A. Owen was born in Toledo, tion last Wednesday ev. nlag broltt
rt-. M 1. Kill Wlt.itt .i ...in - ..11 I.1..1... ....... ....I.- I'.... I .
Vinill, .II.IU'II '. lot". wwmmn i. ,t P. nil lllilin' "e.iim mi wyiihj the
gtfl her ramil) moved W "own, wneie nrfrst mm,ber of members present ii
she received her early education. She ,n inmln inspection.
was married to f, A. Oory November
1.1,1... Ylllillfll (Ill-It, I It.l. 1.1 .
"""" -"v " ' "" iiiiu at ini
annual inspection. At Company ,.
spection hi mourners were prcsonL
This is the fourth successive year thit
the Payette company has held the t.
ord for the largest turn out jn
state at tin nnnttai inspection, Com.
k, i ,,iili.lhliM. m until (.. I... 1 1. . t
14 1861, and the young couple came ' 9
i4, io ii. .mi . i 'est number any other company of tK
hi tutu ciwt't ..... .. .... ,. ......
oars. On contimr to Oregon inimedi-
ntely followiim that time they settled
Mrs. Pory leaves many friend- here
where she wa- well known and be
loved anions the early settlers. She1
. i :.. . (l... Ki'.i .,' tlwi Mimmiinl
" mu' "" . ;"V pany I of Payette has LI) im-mbm
tv, was nt one time a member of the ' nwr.
I f ,1, ill"! I"' I.HU'.-I i'i.i..M n tflll
Pastern Star and :i member of the, ' m
Bin children w. re bOTD to her. four L
of whom survive her. The siirvivinr .
children are Mrs. I'rjnci- II. Adam .
Carrie I.. Blmpton, Elmer Dory nnd
Pred Pory ail i' Ontario, Lulu Dory
nnd Jennie pory died several
aj..o. lb r huaband, r. Dory, died
. i n i .. :e ...
The funeral wns held
morning from the fetethodiri ehurch in
Ontario and inti rment in the dt
Ri . Pratt officiate d.
Try it for
p. I Holliday. a veteran sla;e driver .
and mail contractor of this country,
hns Just closed a contract to can)
mail in Wyoming, and will take up the
work April 1st. Mr. Holliday ha.i se
cured two contracts in Wyoming, one
from O I tfl Haldol Wyoming, nnd
the otv r iron Daniel ' Pinednle,
Mint Inxotlvo nrr umI.. Inr ri.
lilin.in i,,., ,,,,. wi,c tint in..
i I I'e IxiM 1-1 (III-Y il I Hi il i ..i,.. i
1 1 Ini.iii nl Hi. howi I in InirMlM
iiM-n anil uner llle l.n.llvr h hi
(lie silt, .lii.ii relurna. .!'.
llltntit iini oiilaln.lnurrilleiiia t. hw t,
li. lit., ton. up On- bow.U, in. I .jir
I them In nm-li i omllilon din Ihev will t,-
. nl... hi the us.- of laxative., li Im,
very cUavjut Hale nml l( ilo. n.il krlr.
A. Sinclair, Nyssa
TMK McCONNON MAN
Poul try Wanted!
. deputy ihoriff, wai in On
Tuesday '., through spring
and sun. :. Will make lu'.Klqimrtcrs
at Amen in : xr)ress. I I Din hoisk
'!'., day, February
v your Poultry at R1
.v also bi In Ontario
J. L. FI61), ma.
;i. i noon.
lira. C. (
The llridjfo Club wa.-i entertaiiieil
at the home of Mi P. II. i. i la :
week. Mrs. fraaer won high hone.
The 4rgw is nlwayn ptaaaal
to receive advance notlcrii of ho-
i n ly (-wills I hal baVt not lieell
printed; ulso news of those Hun
lime tiiki-n iliice I tie latter
V should be In die oillcc mil later
l bun Wednesdu) noon.
In honor of St. Putrick, Ireluiid'a
putron saint, a number of charming
parties have been gJVM during the
pust week, which were regular "A
wearing of the Qraoa" affairs.
One of the largest HtH'ial events of
the season and successful from both
u financial and social standpoint was
the St. Patriik's Hall given last Wed
oeada) evening nl the Wlleoa Hall by
the Woman'i 'iui for the benefit of
the bin ai .
On antaring the stairway of th. A daint) lunch which carried
building, one wni Invited to buu Iheloul n color echemo of green nnd white
Blarney Stone and rwelved name,
v li it h w -i i Into for the occne
A party of ladies, includiiiK Kn
Walter lliul.e, Mi-,. A. K. taahw. Mrs
A. I'ish. r. and Mm. J. ('. Khrli.k,
motored over from New Plymouth to
hep let Monday afternoon.
CeWaahoJ Ml the river is the njaai
popular sport amoiiK the panej peo
ple now. A jolly party went to the
Sloughs Sunday and prepared a pic
nic luncheon over a campfiic. An
other party enjoyed un outing in Mr
Logan's motor boat.
Mrs. Roy Smith was a gracious
baataM laat Wedaatday afternoon
when she entertained the Ncedlecraft
Club. New and interesting guessing
occupied a part ot the after
noon, at which Mrs. llolcoiiib won both
ion and b which he was known
throughout the veiling.
' i- f and
Mi Pi. me. Mi Plane bene pi. i
dent of ' be club, v. I pi .unptly
at nine o'clock and the inan rouples,
tlu Indie in their new nnd ntti ac
tive COttOn now u It nl a . .
in. tiii . u the) foi iiieil the
the ii, art Ii.
During the two '.. i in tin middl
erved Uesidei the regular club I VoMl So1"
e t'lnbers, ! w o invited eint I, M i
Mi ndel and lira. Tomllnaoa, worn
.bib will hold
ncxl ' ai the home of Mi
gtapiet in April.
"ii was .. a: ..;, clone o
Those who enjoyed the hospitality
and Mrs. Iloleomhc were: Mr
and Mrs. Roy Smith, Mr. and Mr. ('.
P. Pisher, Mr. and Mr (, St.ipl ,
Mr. and Mr. W. I Sliinu, and Mr.
and Mrs. X. W. Chamberg.
A very enjoyable meeting of the
music club was held at the home of
Mra. Payne, March the 20th, when
two programs were rendered. The
program which wus to have beeit
given at the home of Mrs. Juquish
March the 6th, was postponed on ne-'
count of the illness of a number of
the ladies who were on the program.
.Vumbers from Kroeger, Kobyn,
Sinding, Oodard and (Juy d'Hardelot
Wile rendered as follows:
Poll Call -Favorite American com-,
I'lano Solo "Vlllse )e Hall-tf
Op. ,'z Mrs. Dorman
Voaal Solo --You" gob n
Piano Solo "Dance of the Flv.
I'ersian l.ove Son,;"
Piano Solo "Blanunillo", ... l r ii
lira, Van Potton,
Pi.mo Solo "Bustle of Bpi
o elaborate dinner party wn Vocal Solo. ..(a) invocation"
. ind M (b) 'Without XI
indO) In lienor Mn, Mcltratney
lb birthdai of Hru. Bhinn' Pinno Solo 'Lullnhy from "Jo
dlier. Mr. J. O. Sta li
of i' . were given dinner ;: huge . ake, l
uplei on the floor nnd thi roi i tnd a i
Ivn" Godard Mrs. P
PI mo Solo s. i ction
m . CnlUn
in ti. d unoth
th man until ;e)l
M ' Mi' urn
M laiu. thinl .i tin
dies In Um Woman's Club
Hi ' :i I Hoh
to cut. T
who i .. om isitl' ' i
ten ion. M
i for this
The S. and C club will meet at the
Mrs Cope this afternoon.
il Quild will iiie, t at
Mich School Notes.
Prida) the i. ' nti il.
in the .
apprei Ifter whii
ry socii Id its r.
Ing was called to
W hen we'll all be on dress parade is but a few days away.
You're beginning to study the question of new clothes. Many
days ago we began to solve the question for you by choosing
the best styles produced for the Spring and Bummer of 1015.
"High Art Clothes"
They're here for you now in New English, Senii-EnHish
and Conservative Models, New Weaves and Patterns, Plaids,
('hecks, Over-plaids, Tartans, Stripes and Mixed.
master suits $11.50 up to $25.00
,1. r by I
Bt, Patrick's Dai i roll On .. w
hundred furnished amusement place:
' the guoel the eveninj by H. g., loader Mr. Williams
v" . i uniMiierN and Mi Keading
lr ii . i - i
w k, sninn won nign nonors snd t'rijruuil Story i.(
M '' 8 iward Piano Solo
..I consolation priaea, An elaboral Readina
ISJfir Wnetw CnVi. vi:.. i a ... ! .
"c nt apse mane, $i.5U and $2.00
Values at $1.15
New Silk Tics, narrow and with the wide ends
one ruci cumnan , ontamo, ok , one price clothier