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THE ONTARIO ARGUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Annlir Iioiign No. (II) Im Unit to Vitto
unit N'jwm Followers of Damon
unit Pjthlas Tttn Degrees
Twonty Vnlo woarora of tho bluo
foz of tlio I). 0. K. K. raptured On
tario last evening when tlioy camo
to town to bo tlio guests of Armor
Lodgo No. fin, Knights of I'ytltlas, to
witness tlio oxompllflcntlon of tlio
first nnil third degrees of Knight
hood. Hostile tho Vnlo guosts tlicro
wna nn equally Inrgo body of Knights
from Myrtla Lodgo No. fi4 of Wolscr.
Tlin Vnlo dologntlon enmo curly
o Hint thoy could bo present nt tlio
Commercial club dinner n)id thus
won for Vnlu tlio honor of having
Rent tho largest delegation to n
nolRhbnrltiR town to nttond such n
rollowliiR tho dcRreo work nt tho
lodRo Inst ovonlnK tho local Knights
nerved u buffet luncheon to put tho
KUC-hIh In proper phyidcnl trim for
tho return trip, Other Htich ovcntn
botweon tho lodges Ik planned for
tho winter, nnd In tho near futuro
tho uowly organized district of
KnlRhtH of Pythias will hold a dis
trict convention In Ontario.
Notlco Is hereby Riven thnt, In
puriiunncu of Ordlnnnco No. 23G, of
tho City of Ontario, I huvo taken up
nnd Impounded tho following do
ncrlbod animal found runnliiR at
largo within tho corpornto limits of
tho City of Ontario, In Malheur
county, statu of Oregon, to-wlt:
Ono rod yearling heifer, swallow
fork In loft car, brand unknown.
Ono dark rod two-year-old holfor,
whlto spot on head, brand unknown.
n been dehorned,
Light rod cow, with ' calf by hor
hUIo, brand unknown.
Hark red two-year-old holfor, do
bornod. and that I will on tho 2jOUi day of
November, 1010, at tho hour of throo
o'clock p. m., of said day offer for
Halo and will soil abovo described an
Imnl nt public auction to tho hlghost
bidder, for cash In band, at tho lied
null feed barn In Hiild City of Ontario.
Taknn up this 13th day of Novem
I'ontod this 10th dny of November.
1010. ' II. O. I'AIIMKH,
I III DAY, NOVKMIIKIt ill
"TIIIJ IMMKUT IIIIHO"
1,1 ia 1,1:1:
"TIIIJ ItUKTMNG IIHIIHJ"
"TIIIJ ItKHIJIlT IIKItOt1
"TIIIJ llOAltl.NO HOAII"
Harold J.lojil Coiurriy
run. mo.w, nov, tin a a i
Paramount Aitrmft Hpcvlul
"TIIIJ WOMAN THOU .V-
TUIWDAY, .NOVKMIIKIt 2."t
"ItOHi: OI-' TIIIJ WIST"
MUTT AND JUKI-'
"AI.Ij IS AVI-JMj"
WIIDN1S1UV, NOV. 26
"thi: pitoiuTioN wiri:
THUUSDAY, NOV. 27
"O.VIJ OP TIIIJ VINUST"
VIII. .V SAT., Nov 28 and SI)
"DADDV I.ONO hV.GH"
Harold I.lojil Comedy
Ceming: ."Virtuous Wives"
l'ki:i,i:i,i: cluh is thhumino
lOlt I'AVOIt AT HIGH SCHOOli
Not satisfied with having a 40
plcco band, a 22-plcco orchestra, n
boys and glrlu' glco club, tho musical
spirit of tho Ontario High School
wont forth during tho pnst week and
secured a Ukelolo club of 20 mem
bers. Just how tho latest organiza
tion Is going to compoto when tho
band gets to playing tho inemficrs
aro not saying but they hnvo their
plans mndb iiovor-the-lcsn, and tho
boys nnd girls of tho club are thrum
Ing tlio queer little Instruments
dally. No doubt with tho coming of
spring tho school will develop an un
usual number of seronadcrs.
ONTAIHO H10NDH ItKI CROWD
TO HUH "WATCH VOU1I HTUI'M
HIJI) HICK IS NOW DKPUTY
OAMIJ WAHDKX 1011 DISTItlCT
Trod Itlco, ono of Ontario's most
porslstcnt sportsmen, who knows all
tho good fishing holes and tho habi
tat of tho best China phcamnts nnd
ducks, was appointed special deputy
gnmo warden for this district by Dis
trict Deputy I. 1). Hazoltlnc. Mr,
Itlco received his format notification
and nutborlty this week and wilt get
acquainted with tho duties of his of
Wo nro now prepared to Install
I'ord Starting and Lighting systems
on nil 1010 and 1020 Ford cars.
Ontario folks aro ovldently Inter
ested In stepping properly, Judged by
tho numbor who went to Wclser
Tuesday uvcnlng to witness tho pro
duction of "Watch Your Step."
Nonrly a third of tho audlenco ap
peared to bo from Ontario, Judging
by tho tttrlng of cars that left that
city nftcr tho bIiow.
The performance which was hand-
slmoiy costumod and olnborately
staged, did not nppcal to tho audl
enco, If vol u in u ot nppltiusa Is tho
criterion for Judging such events.
Tho stellar rolo of "Tho Dancing
Toncbor," played by MIbs Dolnnoy,
was well dono but slightly appreciat
ed, while tho slapstick comedy of a
Rpoclntty mado a decided hit, tho
8omo of tho Jokes nntcdatcd tho
birth of nny member of tho nudlcnco.
Tho play was presented nt thoWhca
ton thentro, which has presented n
number of big road shows this season
nnd linn moro coming.
J. It. Fortlor spent Tuesday in
Ilolso securing plans for tho hoino'iio
Is building on South Vlrtuo streot on
tho lots ho recently purchased from
LEAGUE TO PAY COST
OF DELEGATES TRIP
Special He-wlim of tlio Mallirur Coun
ty Development League nt Vnlo
I'rldiiy Takes Action on
At n special Bosalon of tlio Malheur
Dovclopment Lcnguo nt Vnlo last
Friday nftomoon It was decided that
tho Icaguo pay tho oxpenscs of P. J,
Gallagher to Salt I-nko to nttend tlio
Irrigation congress which has boon
called by Uovernor D. W. Davis of
Idaho nnd other governors of west
Mr. dnllnghcr was named by Oov.
ornor Hen Olcott us ono of Oregon's
representatives, but since no pro
vision waB mndo for tho paymont of
tho oxpenscs of representatives tho
Icaguo decldod that It would contrib
ute to tho cnuao In this manner,
Tho loaguo meeting followed a
luncheon nt tlio rooms of tho Vala
Chamber of Commerce. A compara
tively small numbor ot tho league's
directors wero present, duo no doubt
to tho condition of many of tho
Special Values in
Ladies' and Children's
. Reductions from 25 to 33 1-3 Per Cent.
Place Orders for THANKSGIVING FLOWEKS Early
rondB. llowovor, President It. C,
Lytlo nnd Secretary W. J. Plnnoy
had n numbor of innttors brought ho
foro tho gathering for discussion,
nnd proparntloiiB wero considered
for swelling tho list of members In
tho Icaguo, which now lins an enroll
ment of 17C. Tho next meeting will
bo hold In Ontario during December',
Dr. and Mrs. W. a. IIowo nro ro
Joking ovor tho nrrival of a daughter
at tholr homo.
As It Is
As It Seems
The Road In New Overland 4 on
Three-Point Cantilever Springs
OU expect a bad road to ride as it looks. It did,
until the introduction of the Overland 4
Overland 4 does not change the road, but it does
change the tnanner'in which you can ride on it. It
gives you comfort instead of dis-comfort. It gives
you a smooth, sailing sensation instead of bouncing
The Diagonal attachment of Three-Point Canti
lever Springs at the ends of a 130-inch Springbasc gives
long wheelbasc road steadiness. ictUvenand
4 retains all the advantages lightness, econ
omy,and ease ofliandling,of 1 00-inch wheelbasc.
This means an altogether new standard of riding
comfort, a noteworthy reduction in the wear and tear
which lessens the efficiency of a car. The new springs
give longer life to every part and thus minimize up
keep and replacement costs.
Tires wear longer because cushioned against
hammering blows. Light weight means marked econ
omy in gas, oil and running expense.
Overland 4's equipment is complete from Auto
Lite Starting and Lighting to Demountable Rjms.
Come in and see this remarkable car. Ask for
booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $845? Roadster, $845:
Coupe, 51325; Sedan, $1375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo.
PAYETTE MODERN GAnAOE, O. A. WALXJNQ, Prop. PAYETTE IDA.
Our Ontario Agency, Tlio Idulio-Oregon Motor Co., will bo closed until n full supply
of cars is received, but theoo now cars ran bo keen at our Puyctto Show Itoom,
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