T11H ONTARIO AROITH, ONTARIO. OMfftW, THUR8DAV, JANI'ARV II, 1017 I... . " T IMK TWO THE WEEK ON THE FRUITLAND BENCH By MRS. R. G. WILSON Tin- Frances Will;. Pi V ('. T. V.i Mr. and Mrs C r Stover oi Mor bold n meeting at th BMM home rill, Kansas, spent from Wednesday IiimI I'rjdii) Mrs lir Drake who HlM Monday ns guesta It tln H I Nil visiting her daughter Mrs W. 1 (Ml home, enroute to coggt point, liryadale at New Plymouth, gave ai Saturday BfttTMM the) nii M splendid MoMM to the union whhhand Mr- Wilton vlstled ri - Bl I HHS IT'Mlll Klllirif'lfltl-d ll t llle . gliril ..MO I'm OH I H . niUlll'IIS) present Mr ami Mr liny Spitrk gaVO family dinner Sunday at tin Ir boBII in honor of Mr Sparks' parent. The Fred Kurd family of r.iyette, and tln ('has. Iiuell mid A II I fninillPN 4Ti' tt Tin- Farm, i lllti h i ii Tint S.iinr lay at N v Plymouth ind n ,.. t,,i the old hoard with Hit- v it l ri of tirant Fisher who takes Mr Haiti. won pirn p M tl" hoard line of the hoaMi"-! votes cant In year waa cast nt this iiipitlnir. Tlip coril famine In r rultand was Minipwhat relieved Inst Tuesday morn ing when a car nt coal waa received lijr the llolse Payette Lunilsvr Coin pan) A general rush waa made hut all were allowed onl tin y"h pound limit Johnson and Son put up an Ire bouse Inst week, hack of their store 11 ml havp put up a large quantity of I. I. D I arpi'ii'iT Mild a team to Mc Wllllama the ktfM MJN r of Ontiirlo, which in- delivered Monday. Mr and Mrs llcrnard Young moved to the Henry How em' houae In town thia week. Sunday the lloor families gatheie,! at the J W lloor Iioiiip and gave Hrandpa Hour a big aurprlae, It In Iiik hla tilth birthday All wlslii'd him Ml iiiorc happy ones N. S Fell house ahlppi'd four sin Kin roiiihed Ithotle I mind !! pen ker ela to the Hulae Poultry Show An elertrlp light on a pole has been In t.illi'.l by tin h liool hoard ni'iil the renter of Hie si hool ground for liae ni meting and socials li .-1 -1 In Hie Hl'liool llllllsa' i' enlllgN A ilano' was given at JohiiHon's hall Friday night by Til Itainey The Ontario on hestrn furnished the tnii sir A iiiIiIiiIkIH iiipiiI was served at the llot'Khli v re laiirniK III spite of the Inrlei it weather. a large iiutuher alleuded the Mother '(roll- uieeilng IiihI Thursday Koine visitors coming troin '.il 0 lilnddlsh gav. ,i li .. ill I r ll I bass solo n.v Kcllv . head of iln IN in i h depai 'iiueiii ai Moaeoti university gave .in .nldress on "The i.ilinxof veg. I'liihles In the diet " dcmi.ustrntiug the looking of same, and gave talks HI Ten showing samples Mild il'lll iinslrutllig the making of lea Miss Nit today's rlass of Freshmen girls sang, "A Japmieaa love Song," dressed as Japanese iiialdens Then I hey served I hose present The Circle now has 140 member who bate paid due- This Is tripling the last '..ii h uieuihership The meeting for February .'ud will he a patriotic meet lag and will he held in the i veiling A romiiiiinltv iiieiing was held at the school house Frldr.y evening A Urge i rowd was out and u trie iniisi 'Ml prog l. .in was Khrn Mrs Hansel and MUs Walker gave a piano dm-i, aud solos ! Miss Wilms llolliriKer. Mr. I, use Mild Kdgar Vestal were greatly enjoyed. Sides were chosen aud an old tashloued spelling malch Was held Mis Win llollenhctk, the drib's .III. lent president spell.il longest i Wilson gave s.v.i.,1 line select ions ..n the school vtclinla Popcorn was served to all and the rial expi e-.,., I Hi,, I nun,. Ineellllgs iMiiinp Mr and Mrs Flckcn eiitci I the I wo fainlllt'H K I. Miliowi II of lint: I la I Monday at the II. K. Wlltong homo Helen Maxtield lias been III and illtlihlc lii return to her -ih. ii. I Mrs i i llollinger and daugh ter Mies Wllina attended the mil ding of Miss i'earl Holllnger of Fargo The young couple MtOffJ punled tin in home Monday tTMlBfl llalph nting is Improving from tonsilltls and erysipelas Mrs llighy the eighth grade teacl er Is having Hip la grippe and her alater, Mrs White, baa charge of the grade during her absence Mrs It II Daharsh who ha been listing In Kansas returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs DufTen and little Mr and Mrs Dana Jones are .at the ( him. Winters' home bemuse of Mr Jones' slrki Mr. and Mra. Jack Walker spent the week end with the J. Walker fam ily at .New rtyinoiiih and with Mr and Mra. "are of Falka. Mr and Mra. J. N. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Win. llirdaall spent Sunday at MM II) i on Hood Iioiiip on Ontario houle n- d I". i Mises Kprn KincK and lleriha r.liud :iiiime. I t iday 10 Atii.ii..in Falls to their school. Tom Urown waa taken late oun day night to the Ontario Holy Itosary bo ihiiiI wheie he underwent anop- ren. eratloh lor I ppi iiillcltls tion WELl KNOWN FRUITLAND RANCHER DIES SUDDENLY The whole community waa shocked Friday morning when It learned of the death of t'ha Henggeler, on Pennsylvania Ave, one mile south of Frultland. Mr Henggeler had been alck but a week with erysipelas. He was born May lat, 1854 at Ober-Ageri, Iwttfr erlaiul Up waa marlisl to Miss Marip Dllgenhln in 1N7R in Switrerlnnil. who died In 1884 nt Conception, Mo To thl union were born three child- Mrs. Mary Schleher of Com ep Mo., Mra. Josephine Knodel of A few member of the Methodist Schwyie, Switzerland and C. It. rallies' Aid met last Tuesday with Henggeler of Frultland Ml Cotton and hound the rugs they have recently bad woven. Itev W J I.uscomhe of Vale will prom Ii in the Melhoillst church Sun day morning at 11:30 o'clock and In the evening at 7 :o The evening service will lie a union service of the Ilaptlst and Methodist congregations Kev Walker will fill Kev. l.us lombe's appoint meiita at Vale. Mrs Katun who as a mlslonary In India built Halleluiah Village, will speak at the Nnzorlne Church In On tario, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and again In the evening. Mrs Katun will have with her a little India wid ow of 9 years of age, who when her aaugnrer or Hiieuev, man., nre visit . - In. the Frank Hall, home on ll. ' '" " '" N" Harper ranch Mr and Mrs I' K Sllkett visited their daughter Mrs. Leonard llussel and family near New I'lyinouili on Sunday. Mrs Oi I. Smith of Ontario visit ed the M. A. Smith home Saturday and Sunday Nurse McDonald of Ontario vlsted the Lackey. II, inly and l W. Itlch- ardHon homes last week and this. Clyde Mm klnson sold his saddle pony last wek to McWIIIIama of Ontario. Itussel Hooker and Albert llrace- weii of i'o I came home Friday re luming Saturday lo Molse. Little Kern MoKnown who baa been III with ivphold fever Is ennva- lesclng. Mr anil Mrs ll W linen of team boat, Colo., ami Mr and Mrs I, 11 Cordon from hevonil Dntarlo, visited ai Ho- I McHee home on Monthly. Mr and Mi - I N Hrassi ,.l Minn, Poll, .M III . are visiting the II M Lewis Inline on their uav lo Caln.i nn. Mr and Mrs James Heal Sun. lav at the II Kl.li e.lcn honie I he lh n Sl.i;.il lauillv ..I New I'lv nioutli pint Sun, I. iv at the Win II. .in, hi In. me M. i Si. II. i An. I. i -nn of I'. ii in., la Vlstlllg tile II II Sllllelhe, k ho Mr ami Mr Ii nik Sluiw of Pay ette spent Sunday at the I. F Shaw home Senator II I. lugatd weni to Ihnse Friday lo attend the Stale Legislature w lilt h con veiled Monday Clinton Jones of Mario MUM last week to visit his sister Mrs I'ord Kit 1 1 Ii aud family Grandma Itlchanlson reiiiMins very poorly lliiih is improving Mrs T F Harry's many mends will be sorry to beur of her having to undergo an operation The last word was that she was Improving Miss Hael Smith ha. I tecovcred from the measles so that she could let urn to her school on Fildnv Mrs. I'has Hlch aud baby have MM sh k the past week Miss Anna Hupp is Improving from a vei) serious attack of erysipelas Mrs W F King or Filuiore, Calif , Is vlstlug her sisters Mesiln ui.-s P. A i rtJJM and II II Stravvn Nurse I'uclieii who has MM Mtl Naerlne Holiness school will return to her country as a mlslonary. The (J, K s will have their busl iness and social meeting at the Prof Cotton home Saturday evening. He was married to Miss Franrpe Von Flue at Conrpptlon. Mo , ami to thla union were born six children. Pauline, Martha, Melt hor. Anthony, Fellcltaa, and Joseph, all of whom live here Mr Henggeler came to America 40 years ago, and lived In Missouri .10 years. In Ftah five years and came to Idaho January 7th, 1909 The funeral was held at the house Monday morning by Father Nnnln of New Plymouth, who conducted the service. The body was then taken to dntarlo where Father t'ampo ton ducted the service at the church. At the grove at St. John's cemetery In Ontario the laat rites were said by Father Ilasll of Ml. Angel, Oregon Knight of Old. The knights of Hie days of chivalry were so Hell protettnl by their armor I that they were practically luvln, Iblc to all ordinary weapons. Uvea wlitu Of this kin. I he ha, I I he Fa i 'iiiei Mutual is again itiiprot lug. IV!. plmne ; Miss d.ulu llayer rei uriied limn l o which was to have met last Tiles Denver Friday to recuperate from a ilav ilhi not have a uiajttiitv ..I i he ' tract ured wrist. mi.. K in.i.ii i s i,. pi e-euieii so adjourn ii until Sauinlav Ihe liltli I he com paliv lias had a most siliiesstul veal, having bull) lour ami one fourth miles nt new dolliile wire, two .mil one loin I h miles ol poles Mini have evainlheil the entile -vslein The) have issued TM.tl wolih ol new ali.ck an, I have hail ill II worth Of stock turned hack The) have i, A card n. nn Miss Mil, Ire. I Si, el man s.,rs she is leaching at Sv.inev, Molilalia, aii.l one troin Miss Church ill sa)S, she is teaching at Ml.eiiuu Molilalia. i ,i Assessor II li Ku-sel came down from Caldwell Sunday. Mrs K I iliitiiei leiiiruiug iioine with him lo spend a lew ilav- Knnl S li mill reiurueil in Mo '.. aav by the mlseriei-rllt, a thin dagger, which penetrated the joints of the ar mor. In more Ibau op battle knight fallen from their horses could uut be kllUd until their aiuior had beeu bro ken up with aiea aud bamuera. .i, .i .i . .., , . ..... The Lutheran Ladles' Aid will """' .'""" " " mjureu ineei with Mrs. Allreil Johnson all I'avetie Friday, Jan 19th The Men's Olee t'lub under the di rection of Prof N dlson will give a ennevrt Sunday afternoon, Jan. '.'1st, at 3 o'clock In the High School as- j senility hall. The second annual hamiuel of the Fedell class of the Brethren Sun ilav school was held Frlduy evening at the T I) Schubert home. Twen IV seven ItnBliiliers nt I tin ehiuv anil "Never. Vull See. llie Clllllllll't IllpSSe I few friends enjoyed the umptlnus live course dinner served at seven 'clot k After which an Interesting program was given Air Slelner of I'avetie favored the guests with sev eral guitar selections, which were iM.iitlv appreciated hy all The Reasen. Patience- There was a time In her Ufa abe could bare married neatly any body ab pleased. I'atrlce And yet b baa never mar ried? Never. You see, she couldn't please anybody." Yonker Statesman. A Mattsr of Clr. He (of Yale teniui-Yes, our family dates iMick In Hie VtfflMUM Itlue lilno.l mum for llniii;. She It wont MM unii h ciiii in. He's a Harvard mau. -Hoii.ii Trans, rlpt. The Fashions Of ionise tin- men will mil read an ad about fashions, so tills one is written lor the ladles. It's the latent re lent about the tashlons in husbands There Is reall) notiiiiich change Husbands may be (si. skinuy, bald, tall, short, lean, and even have whiskers. Just so they are decorated with large bank accounts, deeds to lands, prolitable business, and ability to bustle These fashions in husbands haven t changed much since your grandmother waa a girl. Show this fashion ad to your hiishuud or your prospective, husband and tell him to come to our bauk where we will help him to meet the fash ions the ladlea desire First National Bank Ontario, Oregon "A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD COUNRRY" Vb (clveil inr . i.iiiniisslou on lolls and , Wednesday evening telegrams IIHiHT. Im bOttOrtM I Waller Schmid and I'luis Mitchell ""hi I I I I in l.u wiie HI ii , i,,r returned to Idaho College last week poles , i, ii., i,,eip. Hill. , The Mis.es llaphne Mi Keow ii. Fan total disliurseiiieiiis HI1I.I4, II..1 ny F.acock. Holdie Uells and Clara "'"' ''" lli HIT, '.T 9. Out-1 Koysiou leiurned to I., wist, in Salur- atandiug notes $49 7.' 'The coiupanv lo -how their Mplile, I, ,ln Hi i the aplcmli.i mirk .l,,n,. In ihe manager Mr Shuheil pieseiileil hliu Willi :H OH for , ,,al ami Miss Honker with a gift ot tld mi II A Urown. Fi-,,1 i rtHr. An.lv Maiieiiian II K Wiliung, piii,h,,,i some toroilghlued llaiupshile KM ol Mr Slanlleld Kev I. Hi Khy spent ii,, w.ek , ml at Kininiil day . Mrs llaiiv 'lav lor was calltsd to 'Veiser last week hy the serious Ill ness nt h.-r lather. Mr. Sleelwcll, who has pueiiinonia. Mis i ai mux mother, Mrs M, iov, nt nine, 1 to Ontario Sunday Broken Range and Alfalfa Land at reasonable prices and on 10 years time at 6 per cent interest. We have 500,000 acres for you to select from. Write or call on A. W. Trow, Agent M I. Lin shall went lo ( Boa Nebraska, loal week. Miss I. my Kullaiider who has hi en i helping hi i sisie, Mrs II Urov.i nan- t, ii ihe childieii during their MM Annell.i Vaig.r of Lena. II latVkBOM, went in U eisei Saturday llnois is vi-ung he. nn .i Mrs T II I M M llms, , ,- .. ..,;,,,,a husiues Sl ni. en ami i,n iil() I visitor Monday. Oregon Western Colonization Company A. W. TROW, Agent ONTARIO OREGON The Best MotioiUPictures are made O f .P V PJiOltonla vc f POPUiAD PicM.nr BJA PiCtu Y O resCr FH tn C, ii ovp0, K ati ajon cturi l try and th make CC0;- rPo. fj i&n MET PICTURE S Shown at the leading theatres CHEYENNE-DENVER- Ml i:i i.ivk S'lIM K -stx 'l.iTION HKHNNM I M tltV IH-ittl. N TIONAL i siiiiv niik k now IlKWKIt I IM lt Jlii7. Kcurlons via If OH HMOItT I.INt i I nmii I'arlflc System I January I. 10, IS, 1 and 17 Lim it, January :ilal Ask U. 8 I. Ageuts for rates and further details. CALIFORNIA CALLS $55.30 to I ai tugrlrs ami Iteluio JAM tit) HMIi. Via faWHOM MOM LINK- (I'Mlt.N I'tllHl SiMKMh urn sti.r i.kh not tk man ukttAJMo for lt l. MID-HIMLIt KV I'HNIti.N I'lopoi 111111..1. I) low rates returning via Kan Francisco and Portland, will. The Sail Lake Koute will choke of steamer or rail, Los Angel operate special train service M to San Kranciscu, aud low special out ot Halt Lake City, Janu- alii ,r'l, 1-oa Angele lo Sun Diego .in II, 1 1 1 7 . in mniiiviioii and return via rail or water. with excursions from Idaho. Oregon and Wyoming of the lllb, in. lading riillman staudard sleepers, Observation Car and lilners personally conducted through. MKK KUtl. HKSLItV TIONS IHHtlKiH I.IM II. AliKNIs OK WKITK l. S. HK-iicer. i.iurnil I'aaa. gt., s.ili laibe tit), t tab. Butter Wrappers Printed on short notice The Argus. !