The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, June 17, 1915, Page FOUR, Image 4

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R. L. Nelson was down from linker
City lnut Wednesday.
f, 0, Stephens, of Cambridge was
a visitor hero last week.
II. Walter and fnmily, of Nyssa,
apent one duy here Inst week.
C. S. Coon, of Gooding, Idaho, wns
hi re last week.
II. Ward, of Nyssn, came up Inst
Geo. W. Hayes, of Vale, wan
town last Wednesday.
Elmer Win. lor, of Weiaer, waa an
Ontario visitor last week.
I). C. Briclioiix, of Iluinos, waa down
InHt Thursday.
R. H. I.orkelt, of Hrngun, whh here
I tin ;. ( "opt'l
I 'Inn day.
wuh down from Vale
Mrs. P, A. Isaacson, of Hhoahone,
wn an Ontario visitor Thuraday.
ii. b.
Wright, of Boise, waa here
A few Martha Washington geran
iums left nt th- Ontario Floral Co.
J. N. Turner, of Harper, Ore., waa
here Friday.
Lowell II. Coat, of Nampa, Idaho,
was in Ontario Sunday.
Guy I i lu i, of I nim.ii, wan here
over Sunday.
Floyd Powell, of Vale, waa down
MImm I.ela Jones, of Vale, was in On
tario to n:nl Sunday.
H. F. Stilsnn ami son, of Hums, were
Ontario visitors lust Tueaday.
I P. Hart, and wife, of Hums, were
Ontario visitors lust week.
A. II. Wilson, of I.ewistou, wuh here
Mrs. ('. T. Riley, of Drewsey, apent
Sunda line.
II. ROM and wife were here from
linker " 1 1 Saturduy.
II. F. Francis, of Nyasa, was here
E. A. Van Sicklin was up from Wei
it last Friday.
Jus. (t. MiKtin wuh up from Po
catello la i Thursday.
I it'tl Johnson ami wife, of liuker
City, were hero lust Thursday.
R. K. Hull was a visitor from Prair
ie City la-t week.
elUving that there is nothing too good for ourfll
customers, we have installed a new Ref rigera-(I
tor Counter and Meat
mil !. nil. .Li t inn if aimiiiiutnmaHi T 1 1 . . I ! f i-i i -1' l '
H "'"' t-"llWIHllUII yl Ulll V.UOIUIIICIO, 1IIV ttvuigviu m
m tor Counter will enable us to handle many things
that Hi have not been able to handle, besides keep-
JJ Ing everything cool and sanitary. We will carry a JJ
T full line of all the many kinds of cheese that may
be had, anil many other new things. .
,j( The Meat Slicer will enable us to handle Dried
jo) Beef, Summer Sausage, Sliced Bacon, Boiled Ham, jfi
jfji and etc. And, by the way, we can slice anything ji
that is to be sliced tine. Come in and see the new 41
I11 machine work. It is a dandy; nothing like it in W
5 this town
" The Grocer"
The Ontario Pharmacy
Kodaks and Supples
W. E. Swett, of Pocatello, was here
last week.
J. B. Sears, of Jamieson, waa
Ontario visitor last week.
Wesley Andrew
Raker la -i week.
was down from
M. Rutherford, of Irohside, wasi4
an Ontario visitor last week.
James Kidwell, the well known
stock man, was here from Portland
Miss Anna Wakerlig and Miss Pau
line llillman, of Westfall, were in On
tario last Tuesday.
Mrs. Wm. Jonea, of Juntura, came
in last Thursday to visit her son, who
ia ill in the Holy Rosary Hospital.
Mrs. M. K. Griffin, of thia city, at
tended the MrGee-Hall wedding at
New Plymouth Saturday.
Pauline and Neva Hillingsli-y are
spending a few days at the Wood farm
near Riverside.
Beautiful asparagus spengerii ferns
at the Ontario Floral Co. Reasonable
J. D. Hillingsley went to Heppner
laat Saturday to look after hia sheep
Trent Dawson and Geo. Luck, of
Weiser, motored up to spend Sunday
Ernest Gramae, of thia city, attend
ed the McGee-Hall wadding at New
Plymouth laat Saturday.
R. McCreary, who livea near the
townsite of Adrian, was in town last
Order your aster planta from the
Ontario Floral Co. All kinds and va
rieties. A party including Milton Sommers,
Clyde Hubbard and Karl Spangler
motored up from Weiser to spend Sun
day. Mrs. Albert Cook and baby, of Pen
dleton, who huve Ikhii the guesta of
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Wilson, left for
their home Tuesday evening.
W. T. Lumpkin left Saturday night
for Portland. Mr. I-ampkin went as
delegate to the Masonic Grand Lodge
which convenes there this week.
Mrs. Walter Cohick and little aon,
Dean, of Weiser, were the gueata of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fifer last week.
Mr. Cohick came up Sunday and ac
companied them home Sunday even
ing. Mrs. J. D. Uillingsley left Saturday
evening for Portland. Mrs. Billings
Uy, who ia Worthy Matron of the
Eastern Star Lodge here, will attend
the Grand I.odge which coiivenea this
Sheer for the convenience 5
The Argua ia always pleased
to receive advance notlcea of ao-
clety events that have not been
V iit-iiilml alun nntvu f I Vinoifi f tint
,mve aken ,ace The utter 4
should be in the office not later
than Wednesday noon.
The Silver Bridge Club met at the
home of Mrs. H. C. Schuppell on Wed
nesday of this week.
The Needlecraft Club will Iks en
tertained at the home of Mrs. Will
Fiser this week.
The members of the Episcopal
Guild were royally entertained at the
home of Mrs. F. S. Bailey west of this
city last Thursday afternoon. About
sixteen ladies motored out. This be
ing the laat meeting of the season a
social afternoon was apent and elab
orate refreshments served by the hos
tess. Mrs. E. G. Bailey was hostess to the
Carnation Club last week. Bridge was
enjoyed at four tables, Mrs C. R. Pe
terson winning high honors. The
rooms were artistically decorated with
roses and greens. The party conclud
ed very happily with the serving of
refreshments by the hostess assisted
by her daughters, the Misses Editha
and Lauroae.
an aa
Mrs. ('. R. Peterson proved a charm
ing hoateaa last Wednesday afternoon
when she entertained the Silver Bridge
Club at her suburban home. High
honors were won by Mrs. II. C. Schup
pell and the guest prixe was won by
Mrs. Shirley who is the guest of her
sister Mrs. II C. Schuppell.
At the cloae of the afternoon deli
cious refreshments were served by
hoateaa assisted by her daughters,
Mra. Peter Duford and Mias Nettie
Mrs. Adrian Rutherford entertain
ed the Good Will club Friday after
noon, June 11.
The rooms were artistically decorat
ed in cut flowers, the color scheme be
ing pink and green.
Mrs. Vern Defoe won the prise in
the guesaing contest. Mrs. John Mud
den, of Van Wick, Idaho, Mra. Cook,
of Pendleton, Ore., Mra. Clark, of
Burns. Ore., and Mra. W. W. Woods
were the invited guesta.
Dainty refreshments were served
and u very en.ic ble afternoon waa
spent by those present.
Mrs. D. B. Purcell will enterUin the
club June 26.
Beuutiful indeed In its simplicity
was the wedding of Miss Ethel Eliza
beth Millikin and Mr. Whitford Siles
Maxon which was solemnized at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Millikin at 12 o'clock, Mon
day, June the 14th. The young cou
ple were attended by Miss Louise
Griffin us maid of honor and Stanley
J. Millikin, brother of the bride, as
best man. Only the relatives and in
timate friends were present.
I'mk and white rosea were used ef
fectively as decorations in all the
rooms. The dining room where the
wedding dinner was served immedi
ately following the ceremony was es
peciully uttructive. Misses Ruth Grif
tm and Stella Millikin assisted in the
dining room.
Mrs. Muxon's parents have resided
in Ontario for several years. While
she has been a teacher in the Pendle
ton schools for three years spending
her vacations here. Mr. Maxon is a
prominent farmer of Pendleton own
ing a large wheat runch near Pendle
ton, where the couple will make their
home. Mr. and Mrs. Maxon left on
the evening train Monday for their
The marriage of Miss Golda McC.ce
and Richard E. Hall was solemnised
at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. McGee, near New
Plymouth Saturday morning at ten
o'clock. The welding was a quiet af
fair, only a few relatives being pres
ent. Immediately following the cere
mony a bountiful wedding breakfast
waa served after which the whole par
ty started to Weiser in automobiles
and the young couple departed for
their home in Grant county, near Mt.
Mrs. Hall is well known here, hav
ing attended high school here and
graduated with the class of 1912. She
has taught school in Grant county for
two years. Mr. Hall is a prosperous
(Sprrialt.. The Argus.)
Salem. At Its first official meet
ing, held at the penitentiary, the new
parole board prepared rules which will
govern Its conduct, and announced
certain policies different from those
practiced In the prison in the past.
Chief among the Innovations Is a rule
that hereafter no prisoner will be rec
ommended for parole by the board un
til some reliable person assures him
employment. A similar rule is In force
In California and other states. It waa
made one of the chlei duties of the
parole officer not only to watch over
paroled men, but especially to assist
them and aid them In obtaining and
keeping employment.
Under the new law passed by the
last legislature the parole board con
sists of the following ox officio mem
ben: Warden Mlnto, of the peniten
tiary; Parole Officer Keller and O. P.
I -nt mi ii. . private secretary to Gover
nor Wlthycombe. In addition the gov
ernor appoints two cltUcns. Thus far
John F. logan, of Portland, has been
appointed, but the other member haa
not been chosen. Mr. logan waa
elected chairman.
Mr. und Mrs. B. II. Kerr and Miss
Kppie Kerr were entertained at the
home of Mrs. Will Snyder, on Indiana
Avenue, Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Butler and child
ren enjoyed a few days outing the
last of this week near Cambridge.
V. V. Hickox and Walter Gramse
attended an open Grange meeting at
the Park school house on Deao Ox Flat
last Friday and report a good time.
Misses Hortence and Theodosia
Wells returned to their home neur
Payette after a week's pleasant visit
with friends on the Boulevard.
Averett Hickox underwent an oper
ation for the removul of udenoids lust
week by Drs. Payne and Whitney, and
after two days was fully recovered
from the operation.
John Dawson wus entertuined Sun
day at the Mullen runch and also en
Joyed a climb on Malheur Butte.
Miss Jean Conklin visited Friday on
Alfalfa Height -
Boulevard Grange enjoyed a most
successful meeting last Saturday ev
ening. After the business meeting
"The Boulevard Boomerang," the
farmer owning a furm near Mt. Ver
non and a nephew of Mrs. M. K.
Griffin of this city. They have the
best wishes of their many friends for
a prosperous and happy life.
"When It Strikes Home.'
Grace Washburn in "When It
Strikes Home" is the special attrac
tion offered at the Dreamland Theatre
Saturday night.
In this photoplay Dick Hartley hast
ily marries a dancing girl. A he is
under age, his father, a wealthy man,
objects to the marriage and succeeds
in having it annulled. He sends the
boy to South America.
A son is born to the divorced girl.
When Dick Hartley returns from
South America, he works hard in his
father's office and in due time, forget
ting his divorced wife, marries anoth
er girl.
The marriage is happy but child-
less. It chances that the dancing
and Nyal Goods
(Special to The Argus.)
Salem. Offering arguments that If
put Into operation It would save to
the parents of school children at least
$50,000 annually, would keep In the
state a iilmllar amount which ia ex
pended elsewhere, would be a factor
In Increasing the demand for labor In
the state, and numerous others, a com
mittee appointed by Capital Typo
graphical Union No. 210. of this city,
will start active work at ance to In
terest granges, civic organizations and
commercial bodies In its plnn to have
the state publish the textbooks used
In Oregon.
Grange paper wus read by Miss Theo
dosia Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Keller,
Misses Maud. I.aVern and Flossie Kel
ler were initiated in the four degrees.
At a late hour a light luncheon was
Sunday School and Church were
held at the Grange Hull, Sunday af
ternoon. Mr. Brown of Ontario
preached the sermon and next Sun
duy Mr. Pratt will deliver the sermon.
A farewell surprise party waa given
Tuesday evening at the Grange Hall
in honor of Miss Lulu Tompkins who
left the next week for her former
home in Oklahomu and for a visit
with her sister in Iowa. Dancing and
talking or visiting afforded the umuse
ment for the evening and about mid
night u dainty luncheon was served
to the jolly crowd. Miss Tompkins
haa taught the Boulevard school the
past two years and she will be greatly
missed by all who know her.
Wheat Club. 90c; bluest. -in, 80c;
red Russian, Mc; forty-fold, 89c; red
fife, 88c.
lluy -Kastern Oregon timothy, $16;
grain hay. $12; alfalfa, $13.S0; valley
timothy, Ii- Mi
Butter Creamery, 28c.
Kggs Ranch, 18c.
Wool Eastern Oregon, 27c; valley,
Mohair 31c.
Wheat I Hues le in. 8c; club,
red Kusaian, 87c; forty-fold,
8 9c,
fife. 89c.
Hay Timothy, $16 per ton; alfalfa,
$14 per ton.
Butter-Creamery, 28c.
Eggs 19c.
girl's little boy is adopted by young
Mr. and Mrs. Hartley in ignorance!
of his origin.
Twenty years pass. The boy be
comes u successful doctor working in
a New York Hospital. The elder Hart
ley, father of Dick, meets with an ac
cident and is taken to the hospital for
ticaun-'iit. In that hospital the danc
ing girl of twenty-one years before
is now placed us Sister Ursula, vow
ed to a life of ministration to the af
flicted. Old Hartley recognizes the former
dancing girl in Sister Ursulu, and she
also recognizes her own son in the
young Dr. Hartley.
But the ex -dancer voluntarily re
mains in the hospital, and thus the
younger Hartley and his wife do not
have their happiness menaced.
E. A. Trousdale, son of C. H. Trous
dale local manager for the Western
Union, wan a member of the first class
to graduate from Reed College, the
newest of Oregon's educational insti
tutions. The commencement exercises
were held on the college campus in
Portland last Saturday with David
Starr Jordan of Stanford university
as commencement speaker. There
were forty four members of the class.
Mr. Trousdale did his major work in
the department of physics. He is A
member of the American Physical So
ciety and with Dr. Karl T. Compton,
who will be assistant professor of
Physics in Princeton next year, has
published articles in Science and in
Physical Review dealing with research
work carried on at the college during
the past year. He expects to teach
Physics next year.
Considerable attention was paid by
the Portland papers to the graduation
exercises because they were the first
ut the college and because of the dis
tinctive featurea connected with it.
Each senior was required to pass a
rigid oral examination, the board con
sisting of several members of the fac
ulty and one or more persons not oth
erwise connected with the college.
They were also required to write
theses covering some original work
and file them. in the library at the col
lege before commencement day.
Bryan Appsala to German Americans.
Washington. William Jennings
Bryan Issued an appeal addressed to
"the (iermuii Aliierleuus" Urging tlielu
to aid lu maintaining peace between
the United State and the fatherland
by exerting their Influence with the
Uurmau government to persuade It not
to take any steps that would lead In I
the direction of war.
Tueaday, June 8th.
E. L. Merritt, Nyssa; J. E. Snyder,
Pendleton; H. M. Rutherford and wife,
Ironside; W. J. Gray, Boiaa; I. L
Moore, Boise; V. F. Stoble, Boise; J.
M. Johnson, Boise;
Wednesday, June 9th.
Sidney C. Field, Boise; Wesley An
drews, Baker; J. B. Sears, Jamieson;
G. E. Close, Boise; W. E. Swett, Poca
tello, Ida.; E. I. Brogan, Vale; Lena
Mallett, Mallett; R. E. Hall, Prairie
Thuraday, June 10.
James McNamara, Boise; C. O. Win
kler, Boise; E. W. Huggimin, Pocatel
lo; Fred Johnson and wife, Baker; F.
A. Purdy, Nampa; J. S. Orr, Pocatel
lo; ('has. F. Spinner, Boise; Jas. 0.
Melveny, Pocatello; M. H. Brown, IV-
cutello; Miss Milleta Wright, Albany;
G. W. Wright, Albany.
Friday, June 11.
M. Alexander, Boise, W. M. Powell,
Boise; C. E. Carter, Grinnell; J. M.
Johnson, Boise; E. A. Van Sicklin,
Weiser; Lila Wilson, Ontario.
Saturday, Juae 12.
E. C. Carter, Grinnell; C. V. Huger
iiini, Pocatello; G. E. Close, Boise; H.
F. Francis, Nyssa; R. E. Stagier, Wei
ser; II Kose and wife, Baker.
Sunday, June 13.
A. II Wilson, Lewiston; F.
SUck, Butte; Mrs. C. T. Riley, Drew
aey; D. P. Smith, city; W. M. Hartford,
Tueaday, June 8th.
Hunter, Vale; Karl
D. H.
Riverside; I. P. Hart and wife. West-
iaii; wm. l.ieDerman, Westfall; B. F.
Stilsun and son, Burns; Anna Waker-
lig. Westfall; Pauline Hillmon, West
fall; Elmer Winder, Weiaer; Wilbur
Up town Agency at Everhardt's. i
Free delivery to all parts of the city.
Auto delivery to Fruitland, NewPlymouth, Nyssa,
Panna and Interborough Points.
Return postage paid on bundles over 50c to any
part of the United States -extra charge to Canada.
For rent Neat 4 room furnished cott
,age,J. G. Staples.
Wm. McBratney. Undertaker and
Embalmer, beat of aervire. Licensed
in Idaho and Oregon. Calla prumptly
attended day or night.
I FOR RKNT Rnni.lenee formerly
occupied by Dr. Weeae. V. B. Staples,
Vale, Oregon. tf
Baby buggies at McBratney's Furni
ture Store.
To trade Good residence prowrty in
a fine Idaho town for land or town
property at Ontario. Bo (133, Ontario
Oregon. 4-tf
New gasolene engine ami Pump jack
for sale cheap at McBratneys Furni
ture Store.
FOR SALE Two McCormick Bind
ers in good condition. Both nix foot
cut. At C. W. Mallett ranch, phone
20K4. "On this ranch we take care
of our machinery." 'Jlltf
Order your aster plants nnd chrys
anthemum plants from the Ontario
Floral Co. Headquarters Arijus office.
Phone 49-J.
Sewing machine needles and
McBratney'a Furniture Store
oil at
FOR RENT Nice new bungnlow
for rent or sale on easy terms. On
tario Laundry. tf.
The proof of the pudding it in the
eating, not in chewing the string. See
'Cope" the only Practical man; bet
ter work for leaa money; Tailoring,
Cleaning, Pressing. 20-2t
Only S1.2G for the following col
lection of bedding plants: 1 double
sweet allsyum, 4 raters, 4 verb. saj . ,
2 snap pink dragons, 2 lobelia',. ! bal
soins, 1 moon vine, 2 double petunias,
2 dahlias, 6 Steels mastodon punaics.
Ontario Floral Co
WANTED A teacher during the
summer months, June, July und An
i gust, to teach high school subjects,
One pupil, on a ranch. Applicants ad
dress Box 63, R. F. D., Ontario, Ore
gon. 3tpd.
June 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 via Oregon
Short Line for Y. M. and Y. M. I. A.
Convention. Limit, June 2tith. See
Agents for rules.
When you want pansy plunts call
the Ontario Floral company. Head
quarters at the Argus office, tele
phone 49-J.
"Temple of Sweets" heiid(uurter.i
for fireworks for the Fourth of July.
Special sale of ferns und ,i m al
the Ontario Floral Co., beginning Fri
day, June the 18th.
Hunt, Walla Walla.
Wednesday, June 9th.
Geo. W. Hayes, Vale; 11. Ward, Nys
sa; C. McConnell, Nyssa; 11. Walters
and family, Nyssa; Lester Seville,
Payette; C. S. Coon, Gooding; Tittle
and wife, Riverside; R. L. Nelson, Ba
ker; W. C. McCoy, Ontario; J. G.
Stephens, Cambridge.
Thuraday. June 10.
D. C. Brichoux, Haines; Mrs. Wm.
Jones, Juntura; Chas. Copel, Vale; R.
fl. Lockettt Brogn; Mrs. P. A. Isaac
son, Shoshone.
Friday, June 11
A. W. Lake, Boise; D. C. Brett, On
tario; It. H. Lockett, Brogan; J. J.
iPrescott, Ely; Geo. J. Cturin, Heppyy;
R. E. Sharp, Ellensburg; H. B. Wright,
Boise; J. J. Prestel, Weiser; Frank
Sels, Vale; L. Adams, Elgin; J. N. Tur
ner, Harper; Geo. J. Currin, Heppner;
James Kidwell, Portland; H. II. Will
iams, Vale; James Frost, Vale; W.
H. Gess, Homedale; J. A. Kennedy,
Sunday. Juae 13th.
Lowell H. Coate, Nampa, Idaho; El
eanor Fromun, Baker; D. C. Brichoux,
Huines; Floyd Powell, Vale; Guy Fish
er, Emmett.