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THE ONTAJIIO AKGUB. ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY, to AY 17, 1317
The Week With Ontario Citizens
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Mm. O. B. Mount, secretary of the
-Raker chapter of the Red Crow, who
Itu bwi the guest or tbe Ontario
hapter the put week, went to Bro-
aw ruosday, returning Wednesday
During her abaeaee her little daugh
ter, t.iara Jane, was the guest of Mrs
B. M. oret. ., ,... ,
Mr. and Mrs. Del Tagarl enter
tained at dinner Monday evening In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. O llelley.
who expect to leave Ontario soon.
Marlon drover left the first of the
week for Passadeaa Valley, near
Glenns Ferry. Idaho, where he has
wcured employment on a farm.
Al Weatherley of Juntura arrived
In Ontario this week and took back
two new Orants for purchasers of that
Misses Amanda and Bella HtewaTt
of this eity left Tuesday evening for
Oklahoma, their old hoase state where
they will visit indeOnately with old
time friends and relatives.
TO DEMONSTRATE GAS
ttUIWM W nAAWUI
The Tuesday Bridge club tu en
tertained this week at the home of
Mrs. -C. M. Orel.
Miss Whltaker entertained the
Chautauqua circle Tuesday evening
at the home of Judge Oalton Biggs.
I. J. Powers leaves this week
the Ironside country where he hi
band of sheep oa the bills.
In Ontario, and all over the ooun
try, whorever Maxwell cars are sold
a gasoline economy test will be stag
ed next Wednaday. Maxwll cars will
iwo one ganon cans stationed on the
wlndshlold and attached to tbe car
buretnr by a special coupling will be
provided for the occasion. Prises a-
tmountlng to f-.000 will be distribut
ed to the ears making tbe best records
but the principal object Is to demon
strate the manner In which Maxwell
can perform oa a limited amount of
gas. L. O. Olson local agent is arrang
ing for the test in Ontario.
Mrs. Beam or ironside waa
guest of Ontario friends over
P. B. Baxter agent for the Orsnt at
Parma came to town Monday and
drove home with a oar for a Parma
Mrs. William Jones of Juntura was
In Ontario this week oa a shopping
Mrs A. I., Cockrum left this week
rhr Colorado Springs where she was
called by the serious Illness of her
C. B. McConnell of Burns
Ontario this week imi route to
Mrs. II, O. Ouane was hostess this
weak to the Wedoesdsy Bridge club.
Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Payne went to
Boise the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. O.
weekend In Boise.
K. Basis spent the
Gladys snd Crete Wilcox of Psyette
were Saturday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lewis.
DEAD OX FLAT
Boise visitors on Wednesday were
Mrs. D. 8. Vlckers and Martha Domes
Ifuton Doeust and Robert Watchll
went to Boise Sunday.
DuKorri spent Hundsy In
Steele Hall went to Boise Wednes
P. O. Taylor weat to Boise Sunda
D. Ornett spent Sunday In Boise.
Seniors Please With Play,
4 ' The Old Virginia Hermit
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There was an appeal In -ins Senior
class play, as presented at Dreamland
Wednesday evening. "The 0M Uavgln
la Hermit" was the vaUcls.aaan tec
the entertainment of the mnjrrhi
of tbe class aad It proved adequate
to the task The player, Us. warn
i tual to the occasion and i demon
Mated that by hard work the? 4sd
prepared for lh progiu tlnu which
was witnessed by aa appreciative aud
i To single out any of the players a
tbe particular star, would be dlffl;
rUlt inderd for mcIi mi look full ad
vantages of tbe situations presented
.by his or bar pan. Tbe play was wail
staged under the direction of Super
intendent B. O. Mnltey. Tee follow
ing was tbe eventa'ge pregram:
The Old Virginia llenisiy I a. story or that laternsUng sec
tion of America, nailed old lrglnla.
4,AT OK CHAHArr:KM
Cecil Gregory -A hermit In the mountains of old Virginia
cIH. Humlu.Ni A pious, suhiuiaelve old Quaker.
lyes DMssM A French vlllan Thnron Northroi
trthur KjhkUII a ! xtudenl MeU Unusw
Hllnk AMMMi A Oertusn fsrmer. full or lite and vim
lore lumlall An uncle of Aithur Kandall. . Joy Huaieil
MssstoS Hubert Uses
..,l (sTCfin A daughter of Cecil Gregory, Horteaae Write
IHr,.tl. Huri.l.iMnW ''b B" Joron Turner
allirrine Oreory Hisier of PsullnB. age or 10 rears
77.1 Mary Altiertou
Snk A Colored. Ulrl " MUlike.,
Ifc.ra ItuniliMui Daughter of ( alch Hurnhsiu Nettie Petermio
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In 1 1 m i
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I'll If tty
If Tai WI lei I
Ili'EAKJL "trf I
Dead Ox Plat. Ore., May 17 -Sadnens
was spread over the Plat
laat Saturday by the accident 'wlllcl
rnuad the death of Mr. BostleheTM at
the Ray Kelly ranch. The unfortun
ate man waa digging a well for Mr
Kelly and curbing up with old ma
terial When about St feet down the
sand and gmvel crushed the curbing
in, burying him under about night
feet of dirt. Mr Kelly at once gave
the alarm and aoon a crew of nten
warn engaged In the rescue work.
The oaveln occurred about 1 o'clock
and the body was removed from the
well at 4 o'clock. Dr. Avnry of Pay
ette, who had been summoned, atajted
that death ao doubt occurred within
ten minutes Mr. Bosllchek leaves
a wire and four small children.
K.Verv nunre nf mslwrial tk. m ma
StuJcbaker wagon or buggy hat the "Studebaker Reputation" behind it. Over nity vearV
experience hat taught tu how to make vehicles that lait Every axle every ipoke every hub
tire and bolt is made by expertt. The reult- the finest wagoot possible to produce hat made
the Studebaker th Largest Vehicle Factory in the World. The absolute reliability of lbs
Studebaker line appeab to all careful buyers, those who want
honest value. We want you to visit our store the first time you
have a chance; let ut tell you more about the Studebaker line aad
show you some of these splendid vehicles.
A (Vmiplet New Stock for Hale By
HTI IIKHAKI U HltOM. f-ORPOKATIOtf OP
M.M. Bl'HH, Branch Manager
I.iflle llarrold. tbe 3-year-old child
ot Mr. and Mrs. ("lias. Herr. Is very
III and for a while his life was de
spaired or, butt at last account; was
past the danger point. It seems not
enough lor tbe child to be sfflicted
with panumoola. Inflamatory rheuaia
tlfoi. stomaeb and UnaaUnai dis
orders and bsd to break out Sunday
morning, with - tbe menales... "j"he
child ane thfc bent ot enmt aa tbnr em
t ployed a trained nurne anil also a
houaekeper ' that Mr. 'Hn might
hare all her wording bours lo devote
to tbn child
Mr. Lamer received word a tew
days ago lait their nan Howard wan
very in In Salt Lake aad not expected
to live. Mr. !,uer and dauhter at
oncn took Ue train for HaiAtabnind
found him la a rltlnal bos 41 1 too
They brought him to
or organising the work and the rules
which govern the use or materials
and other equipment.
It developed that the organization
works on instructions from headquar
ters supplying only the articles order
ed. These must be made exactly ac
cording to speclflcstlons and are sub
ject to rigid Inspection. Before the lo
cal organization can proceed with It
work It must await orders and must
arrange for a downtown headquarters
In this headquarters only members of
the society can work.
Mrs Mount also Instructed the til
rectors that the society does not per
mit the solicitation nl runds, all girts
must he voluntary. She explained, too
that hair or the membership tees goes
to the natlonnl headquarters and half
Is used to purchase insterlsl for sr
The members of the local board
have atarted work looking toward the
establishment of a headquarters down
town and are listing members who de
sire lo take the first aid work and
engaged In other activities or the organization.
"Is Plckleby a manicure arttatf
"1 don't know. Whyr
"I Mat saw blm, and be told zee that
be bad charge or a hundred bauds at
bis place or buabieaa."Clevelen4 Plain
LOUT OR HTRA1KD: Six Horses, aad
mares, branded with this brand
on left hip. Two.
dark Iron gray, one a
harne and the
other a mare, one sorrel two-year old,
lame In one rront root. One brown)
yearling, unbranded, lett hind ankle,
crooked; and two sorrels, one horse
one mare each 8 years old, the mare
wore a bell when lost, and her right
bind leg has been broken. Then
strayed from the range, alx mile
west or Weiser, some time during the
month ot April. Liberal reward will
be paid lor information leading to
W. H. BTCKL.D.
Weiser. Idaho. H P. D. 1.
HIDN lilt. HI ll THAN KXPKtTKD
(Continued rrom Plrst Pag")
the offers were higher than anticipat
ed. Several contractors and repre
sentative of tile and culvert compan
ies war la Onurio today to attend
tbe opening ot tb bids. The hoard
meets oa Saturday to open bids for
tb sale of the bonds nnd at that time
will determine what action will be
taken on the bids for construction. In
letting the contract or tbe magnitude
lyet(n aad of lb drainage system the directors
plscnd him In tbe care of Dr. Avery,
but then la practically hope for
his recovery. Hla body l paralysed
up to bis waist and will soon reach
are facing the results oi
wide labor ahortag and
prices of all materials.
U any "Doubting Thomas" will
spin around over the Plat any work
day he will be thoroughly convinced
that the farmers of Dead Ox Plat nr
ilolng their duty In preparing to assist
tfnrle Samuel la feeding the world.
Not only In the Irrigated aectlons Is
this true but slso the dry farmer la
expanding as never before.
The populntloa also la receiving
proper attention, aa Is evidenced by
the fact that three births have been
reported the past fortnight To Mr
and Mrs ('has. Wyroan, a girl; lo Mr
and Mrs. Benson, a hoy; to Mr and
Mrs John ('banner, a girl.
i l. Gould Is doing s good busi
ness shipping young calves rront the
big dairy herds on the coast and ped
dles thetu In his Pord He has crates
he rastens on the running hoards und
I.lltl redheaded Johutij got J"1'
aa otBce boy for tbe president of a
large western railway. After be bad
beeu upon tbe Job several dsys they
gave him a rorni to fill out with bis
When young Johnny csute lo n par
ttsitkU isisgi'4h lust said, "llstu )ou
any visible marks for IdentlnVsilou In
case of soldi ni or desibV he rose
from Ills chslr snd rushed over lo a
mirror near by to give himself a geoer
al lnM- lien: then he returned to hi
task and wrote s his aaswer to this
jattssassl query, "Notblug except rret
k.r' Youths rouipanlou.
take at least rour calves at a
Anna Hsward Shaw.
Df Anus Itowsrd Hbaw has lieea a
pioneer In uisnj llelda. She m the
ttrat woman onlsliied a uilnUti-r In the
Methodist Kpheoiial ihui'i b Her ef
foil lo aetata s asRag education
uisrki-d su apnea In oeducstion. She
-silled the genl fl equal suffrsg
luto tbe iuohI reuiotu places, uinle
terred by the Incouveulence of prlmi
Uve lrarl Dr. Shaw was born on
Pel. H. ISI7.
Them was a patriotic meeting of
farmer of the Klut Saturday even
ing al the Park school house for the
purpose or discussing ways and means
lo Increase productlou and the farm
ALL THE YEAR ROUND
Cooler cooking in summer better and more
economical cooking all the year round.
A nood oil stove will cook anything that any
wood or coal range will cook, and do it bet tor
becsuse of the steady, evenly-diatnbuted boat.
All the convenience oi gas. Meals in a jily.
nnd a tool kitchen in summer.
The long blue chimney preveut all smoke and
small la I. . "d " - with
" w,iUit ut. Alas (AImi
iuoJl. Ak your sssi leSsy
The Payette-Oregon Slope Irriga
tion dlatrlct has Its ditches cleaued
and water Is beginning lo flow none
too soon, aa the ground In moxt
places is getting quite dry.
The Teub Ceurteeus.
want to set- ihi i.iu..ii sner
at S uVhx-k on aoutelhliig laaSSt
"What do o want to see me theu
"I waul to Ht.v you the So I stu golug
to lotich you ror list." New York
Chaa. Warren has been employed
as night man at the power house.
Oeo. Sullen la the day ansa.
Everyone anew prosperous
spite ot the high cost of living.
A Proverb Gone te Smash.
Two SimiBi ilon i BtaSS a right."
"I in not a tapj ulxiiit that." luused
Mr. Caasglus "If 1 travel sSStSfl IBSS
the luw slli.Ma iin.l a in. .lor imp iravele
raal 1'iioiixli In pvertaks mi- It's ir
fertly rlyhl Tt him to arrest me-"
Iliowu now rlde.4 In a new
r OK SALK MX
McNULTY & CO. Ontario Ore.
ONTARIO HARDWARE CO. Ontario
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xihikd TO mi: i ki;n
(i i.n tin ued Prom Plrat Page.)
Mr Mount In auswer to questions
of directors present outlined the plan
Sey B.sns Far Fsrags.
The so v U-au may kg gTSWn Ihroogb
out the liuuikl and aemlhuun.l MS tinas
of the south and In tlio aoiiihiiu Uttf
lion of ibe i oin l'll It las m i miIii
able ssMSS ' r"l' Btsl nssSBatS to In
very useful In luHiiy Uill weevil rc
irioua as a rash .hii nml a gatsPM F
ull seed lor tbe oil mills.
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Septenilier .'). and 1'J, 1911
Hpeeial low Cares to !'iiei, (ulonulu
Springs, Oinalia. Kansas 'if. Chicago,
St. I a i lis, Si. Paul, Minneapolis,
Memphis ami many'othi' Miluts
Ijoiiy; limits; diverse n nit i s;
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aiul further details
Csw's Usetulnsss Sis Vssrs.
The BgftOsl of uai-fulueea of I lie ilulrv
gl is uattsliy MgaisBJ ad six years,
accepting this las dairyman should
rsihe every year enough heifer rulvea
to Ull the paVSg of tin- n- lel or
sgei cows or a BOBSbei sqnal to ons-
Ixtli tbe uuuiImt of tows hi his herd.
IT JOHNSON A llltlM "S slAltl.l-;
u i isi h iii ini
Imported i'ercheron aud BTlflsa siillin. il;n an- aatrg
good. liealdea other Fercherou. IIoIkiuu, BsYStMS BSlPg aud
Clydendalea with luiportt-d aueealorH that mo w.ung aud good
ttltli corrtxt u.'dlgreos that BBS dealruhle. OtM Ball ftatTC 1'i-riher-011
mares. Also Oue standard bred "hruvwi" Iroltlng .Stallion. Is
16 sssas high, weighs 1:100 If you art a trostaaisi nod want to
save your money, take time laSSSM an d . in Iteiueiolier, i.i.imI
Stallion-- and asj 1'iii e.
It You Have a Stallion
That Vou (auuot l.'ae
lAiuger, I Might Change WI IMKH, ID Hit.
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