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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1918)
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Splendid Entertainment :: Patriotic :: Inspirational :: Musical
Under the Chautauqua Tent on Public School Grounds, Ontario, Oregon, Six Big Days
COMMENCING WEDNESDAY. JULY 17 - ENDING MONDAY, JULY 22
Introductlon of Superintendent
Out acquainted program
Chairman Local Committee
Ruth Runner Concert Company
Admission 15c and 16c War tax Included.
(letting acquainted some mora Ruth Runner Concert Compan
Keeping Up With Jonae By 8. Piatt Jonaa (Yankee Humorist)
Admlaalon 16c and 60c War tax Included
.. omi DAI Afternoon
A Whirlwind Entertainment Serenadera Olee Club
Admlaalon 16c and 88c War tax Included
Snappy Prelude Seranadere Olee Clui.
Lecture "The Oreat War, Tta Cauae and Probable Outcome"
Count John 8ohlekl
Admlaalon 36c and 76c War tax Included.
THIRD DAY Afternoon
Artiste Recital The Chautauqua ArtM.
Lecture: "Motive. Act and Conaaquenoe" Edgar 8 Klndlsr
Admlaalon 16c and 36c War tax Included.
A Novalty Program The Chautauqua Artist
Lecture: "Bora and Their Fat here" Kdgar 8. Klndley
Admlaalon 36c and 60c War tax Included.
Program begin promptly Afternoon 3:00, Evening 1:00
ALL sl'MHt PROGRAMS WILL Mr: nTRHTLi IS
MKKTII DAV Aftarnoon
Sort of a Little Bit of Evening NBlsnd' Collegians
Admlaalon 36c and 75c War tax Included.
Brand MuMcal Entertainment Bland Collegians
Admlaalon 36c and 76c War tax Included
FIFTH DAV Afternoon
An Afternoon In Swltierland ... Plonor 8wl Yodlers
Admlaalon 15c and 76c War Ux Included.
CharacterUtlc Alpine Concert Ploner' Swla Yodlr
Oratien: "The Underlying Cauaea of the War" ... .
. . . Honorable Plnley H. Oray of Indiana
Admlaalon 16c and 76c War ta xlncluded.
HIXTH DAY Afternoon i
Horn Coaxing Day ' '
Mualo we all koow Homeland Mixed Quartette
Lecture, "Community Ache and Paine" Fred E. Oaten
. Admlaalon 16c and Ho War tax Included
Great Patriotic Pageant. "Columbia Children." The Children or the
Community directed by the Junior Supervisor
Pavorltea of Yesterday and Today Homeland Mixed Quartet
Admlaalon 36c and 60c War tax Included.
Season tickets transferable within Immediate family era on sal by Local
Commute at extremely low price.
AOOORHAM I Wit II THE HPIRIT OK THE DAY.
Get a Season Ticket Enjoy Bargain Priced Entertainment
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Town Topics Tersely Told
M Smith waa an Ontario visitor la Prlday frotv a never I ua
Boise yeaterday frlenda at Ir.o tndes
Cliff Boyer wa a bualness visitor S. A. BUntleld waa a bualaoa visit
in Vale for a day this week. or In Ontario Saturday from the Mor-
o- - flit ranch at Malhuer
Or H. K. Currey waa a Baiter City
visitor In Ontario lat week. Pat Maddaa left Monday inoruln.
tor Juntura, where he will work until
A C Gordon wa a Welaer bualaeaa "rvt time I orar.
visitor in Ontario yesterday
a Supt II It. Uotaflas spent Sunday
Jim Palmar leave thla week for Monday up on the Fourth of Julv
tan day vacation at i'ayette Lakes c,k bov Walser.
k Kenton of U latin Ferry la
visiting with friends hre at the prelum
W II. ilrooke led tills weak lor
Shu Francisco where lie waa called hv
urgent legal utal
Mr and Mra. Jo Howry are visit- Ira Malian and B. II Clark Ol ttia
Ing in Ontario thin week from Smith Eastern Orgou Stork Company
Kerry ' from Crane 8aturds
11. II. Tunny le spending hla vaoa- Maw Nula DAruion.l ha accepletl
Hon vlalt lng and traveling In Bout hrn th position as bookkeeper si M
U.,1 ,, I Dowell h furniture store
James and Andrew Urahs
Weslfull visitors In the city Istt Thur
sday Mra D. B. Clay of Crane la visiting
at the present with Mr and Mr. T.
E. C. Propat left for th Interior the
first of the wk and will be gone foi
Mr. and Mra. Fred 8hU and
children ware Nyaaa vttltora In On
Mra H A. DaRoas and eon left
Monday for Payette Lake to spend
ThoM Veuable, the wall known
sheepman, waa a butua viator in
Mra. M. B. Dolling loft Monday
evening for Portland where ah will
spend her vacation
Mr and Mra C R Be .in return 1
D.A. lilies wa homo for a few days
this week from hi school supply oan
vaaalng In southern Idaho.
Mra. H. It Douglas. Mra W r
Human and Mia Wlluoth Currey
spent Wednesday In Weiear
Mid Kthel Bare us arrived Tuesday
rening from Salt lake and will visit
with her brother hat awhile
Brace Ashley formerly of the
Osbora Millinery wa visiting bare
from Boiae the last of th week
W 1' Davidson, pi .f la
Oregon W "tra foloui aii.ii Co wa
u in i r.tsrio on b j. ncss Tu. ay
Miss Frieda Jlmmersoa of Payette
over Monday evening and vlalt
ith hr friend Mlas laVlue Smith
Mr. A R McCarty cam down
from Nyasa Friday and spent th day
with her friend Mrs. A L Hunter.
Mr Elisabeth Hutchinson and
Mrs. Frank Mom wre shopping vis
itors ovar from I'ayette thla week
Mra 0 II I'lnney returned Tuesday
from Shoshon wliere ah visited with
her daughter Mr. W. W Owynn.
Mrs. A. E. "rensleau donated III)
ta the Med Croea lal weak, th money
being made through a pillow raffle
t. Frank Barter of Brounio, Ora-
gou, la visiting with hla old frleno l.
C Hmlth of the Moore Hotel this week.
Mam Taylor left Tuesday uoon lor
Mavkay, Idaho, after a week's visit
here with his fsther, Col. S. F Tay
lor. Q W AUnruatliy I speudlug this
week lu Caldwell vlaltlng. Mr Aber
nathy and enlldren went up a week
Mr and Mra. P J. (lallagher re
turned Waduasduy from Cortland
i n i. H the last
Mrs I i "in
veck so i
make trip I' I
A nun.. ) I T HoKH i.i' Cortland
stopiMtd over In Ontario Friday whtlr
on In- way ta atteud to iegsl insiter
at th iniiuty seat
The .' v flumbiui. i'o has jiihI
completed .nether co itiatt. thn' "i
(e-i;illing it tew Imslin. plant in la
eourt limine -t .'.iU.
I.mle Mi Naomi Clay relurieil
with her cor inn ixiia and Darrull
Howaer from (turns ami sill rUM
with diem for a few days
ioii Zahlur returned Monday
Krogan where he has been
Murktag on hi UAcle s rsucu helinug
I'ing np the crops.
j friend Mum Dortothy Turner.
Mrs Alee Loabnnd returned last
wk greatly Improved from Wash
ington, where she had gone a couple
of months before for her health
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Howaer and
Miss Lola and Barrel returned Friday
from Burns after a 13-day varatlou
thre visiting with friend
Mrs. II c Hoyar left MaiimUy
evening for Now York City and other
eaatern rules where stie will pur
Chase thn fall goods w for the sag
A rabbit drlro took place on tin
Harry Brown ranch the first of tin
weak at which a large number of the
.asts were drlvan Into pens snd slain
Mr uud Mrs. Fred Leag and two
u cam from Ulean Ferr to
Oatario Friday and hav moved In to
the rormer E. M. Orelg plan.
Mian Alk Lyach arrived In Ontario
Wednesday evening from Bala and
will visit over Sunday with oat
J cieiso left the first ol th
week for a t iit with frlen.
Vgattsll and will raturu hare next
weak In time for departure In the
Mr and Mi V HormM and
ton left Mon nlliK lor r1
ml tbeil II
Mr. and Mi VV Wood ami
duughiern I'H Sunday for the Blue
Mountain Springs wliere they will
Spend s vaestten of a ggsjgt
Judge and Mfg. Davis and children
of Vale passed thru Ontario the first
of Hie weak for Blue Mountain
springs, where they are now ap. mini:
Mr and Mr Tom Arnold sud (am
lly and Mr and Mra A. L. Cockrum i
li i Sunday for the Sevan Devil
mines where iliey will fish and Dual
for a couple, ot weeks
Mr and Mrs J. It gnnckab) .-nil
daughter Margaret left Saturday
evening for an extended trip on
eoaat. Including such cities as Pari
land, Seattle snd Tacouia
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bllllngsiey snd
Miss Neva and Ernestine returned
Sunday from their trip through the
Yellowstone National Park and a
later vlalt In Salt lake City
Mr. and Mra. J. B. Fortler and sons
sre planning to leave this week for
Payette lakes to speud their vacation.
They will make the trip In their new
oar which they purchased Frlsy
Mrs. Cliss Calkins and daughter
iuna Orac left Tuesday noon after s
visit of several daya w Ith the C. E.
Bingham family. From Caldwell
they will go on to their home In Home
Mrs. M. Cappel arrived lu Ontario
yesterday from Chicago aud is visit
ing with her son aud daughter Mr
and Mra Hugh Allen Mrs. Capped
luteiidH to make her future In
Mr sud Mrs. Bsudall Sn,
Miss Ursycn and Millard left Frl
for their home In Nevada after a I"
days visit In Ontario They stogai i
over In Hula for a short Ugat
on their way.
Mr. and Mrs Alex Fader ami
uud daughter Mr. aud Mra A J Ol
and grandson Olen olsen Slags,
la Ontario Friday while on den way I
to (lie Yttllowstoae National i'ark
from . ah Angeles, California
Mr. and Mrs. Wnlter Olenn snd
Wesley left last night for Seattle
where they will make their futuie
home and where Mr Olenn has a
position aa stock Inapector for tin
Northwestern Cattle and Home
Mrs. M. E Osltorn relumed Hmm
day evening from Twin Falls where
she has visited since th Fourth
Accompanying her nam har son and
daughter, Mr. and Mra A. C nmlt'i.
and children, who will make a short
visit hare They made the trip In
One hundred forty pounds of the
sock yam has arrived at the Bed
Croea rooms and all those who intend
to knit are asked to come snd receive
their yarn at once so that the work
may be begun as soon as possible
i'vt John I'ogus arrived in On
tario from I'resldlo, Csllfornla, a
few days ago and spent severs! days
visaing with friends. He Ister left
i .ill. in Oregon, where lie will
apeud the rest of his thirty days fur
lough with his fstiiet
Mr snd Mrs. Harvey Bender annul
id dowu from Boise Sunday and spetn
the day with their parents. Mr and
Mra 8 II. Mender on the Boulevard.
They wire accompanied l Mr lien
der's sister Miss Rose Bender who hud
been visiting with them lu lloise
Miss Jsnn Sanders from New York
a concert pianist of national reputa
tion. Is visiting with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mra. 8. H. Bender, on ,
the Boulevard at the present
full series of high
boding points in ' Red
Crown make power
snd milesg satre. Look
for the Red Crown) sign.
gTAnOAgD OIL COMf AMY