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THE ONTARIO A1J US, ONTAKIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920.
JUNTURA THESPIANS MAKE
HIT IN DRAMATIC EFFORT
HI. Patrick' Day Celebration Sue-
res Father O'llnguii DelUeiN
Oration City Now Huh Vol-
ennlliiK Plant .lunliiiii
Ladies New Easter Suits
Ladies New Easter Coats
Ladies New Easter Millinery
Ladies New Easter Gloves
Ladies New Easter Dresses
Ladies New Easter Skirts
Ladies New Easter Shoes
Ladies New Easier Corsets
Ladies New Easter Waists
Ladies New Easter Hosiery
If in need drop
in every time the
itself and see the
new arrivals as
they appear from
day to day.
. You will find large '
sfj assortments very
0$t) reasonably priced.
Boy'er Bros. & Co.
Formor HtuilontH of tlio Anrlcul
tttral CoIIoko, tlm Stnto Unlvorslty,
ami llio normal Hclioml In this vicin
ity, Iiiivq JiiHt received a booklet ex
plaining tlm crlHlH at tlm tliroo In
HtltiillmiH. Tlio hooklot shows that
tlio iiumbor of HtmlonU nt tlio Aprl
dultiirnl Colloi;n Iiiih Incrnnsed M(i
per rout anil nt tlio Unlvorslty 162
per runt In seven your; lint that tlm
Ineomn from tlio Ntiito 'Iiiih Increased
lean than four porcont. In uddltlou,
thu IiuyliiR power of tlio Income Iiiih
(Inclined Hteaillly slneti 1013. Ah a
ruHiilt, .tlio throu InHtltutloiiH uro try-,
liiK In train two and oiio-half time .
nH many students on tlio oqulvnlout
of Iihw than ono-hnlf tlio Inconio, nml ,
cannot "mnko ends nnot. Thowo
nro some of tlio rontons for tho IiIkIi
er oilueatlonnl relief hill that Ik to
come he ford (ho people May -I.
Illhlo school, 10 00
Public worship, M00; mibjorl,
"Christ's Noxt Kntry Into JrriiHa
Youiir I'ooplo'n Rorvlco, (J:ao.
(lospel service, 7:110; "Tliroo Im
I'ri)ir HorvliHi, Wediiosdny, 7MB
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10 A. M., Biiiulay school,
11 A. M., proacliliiK. "ThnriiH."
0:45 l M., F.pworlll LoiiBUii.
7:30 I'. M., preaching, "A Uooil
V, P. CHUIICII.
WOOD, THE IDEAL
ORDER IT NOW!
Wood U tlio lilenl fuel for miiiiiiiit. It kUon a ipiliK, lio lit o
ulicii j on want It. o owlhriitt'd kllcheo, no Mint cnwml
wiiIN. Voiii-kllchen villi he cool anil clean to vtoik In.
Noi N tlio tlmo to lay In join- supply of Mow wood. Uiler,
when Ihefnel NliortaKo I felt, a-. It Iiiih hern dining; (he lasl o
yni, III nml will ho K'calcr than tho supply, II) lii)lug III
your htoo wood now oii will nlunjs haw enough on hand to
tako lino of jour iHH'd.
Wo fill orders of any sizo, largo and small. Place
your order today. Order a carload of wood
16 cords, or if you can't use this quantity, pool
with your neighbor. It is cut to stove lengths.
Price $3.75 per cord.
AL CHANCE MANAGER, ONTARIO YARD
BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER COMPANY
10:00 llllila hoIiooI. This Ih
11 !00 Worship. Sormon
."Houuwlng Church Vowh."
7:45 Worship. Sormon topic,
; "Booking and PlndliiR tho Lord."
Itov. Henry J. Kllhourn will sponk
at tho CoiigruRttlliinnf church Sun
day ooii1iib, March 28, at 7:30, In
tho Intercut of tho 1'llBrlm Memorial
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
NOTICE Ih herohy given that the
undersigned administrator of tho os
tato of John L. McDonald, docoased.
has filed In tho County Court of tho
Stato of Oregon for tho County of
Malheur, (lis final account of his ad
ministration upon said estate mid
that Saturday, the 34th day of April.
1920, at tho hour of 11 o'clock A M.
of said day, nt tho Court House In
Vale, Orogou, has heen duly fixed by
said Court as the time and place for
hearing said final account and set
tling said estate Any and all per
sons Interested In tho said estate are
herohy notified to appear at said
tlmo and place and file their objec
tions In writing, If any thoro are, to
said final account nnd contest tho
Dono and dateil nml first nulillnli.
ed this 25th day of March, 1920.
H. 11. COCKHUM,
Administrator of Estato of John L.
I First publication March 25, 1920.
i.asi publication April 22, l2U.
Suhscrlbo for t)io Argus und keep
JtfNTUHA, Oregon, March 2.
Tho play given hy thn Juntura Drn
mntlo Club under tho auspices of tho
Ladles' Altar Society on Wednomlny
night waH a decided huccckx from
every Dolnt of vlnw. Father O'llacati
I opened tho program with n panegy
ric on St. Patrick which wa In
utriictlvo nnd Interesting. Tho piny
followed wkh entortnlnltiK iiutiilipre
bulwccn the nets. Tlio farco wnu
clever, well Hinged and nIiowciI ex
cellent preparation, and n good dcnl
of ability wn displayed hy several of
tho cast. Mr, llrrck, ns director, nnd
Mr, Churchill, its mnmigcr. dosorvo
much credit for tho finished manner
of tho production. Tho dance fol
lowing wnn splendidly attended, with
Iloulnh nnd Drewsey woll represent
ed, and tho Indira ronllzcd n largo
sum from tho proceeds of thu piny,
dance, nnd supper which will ho lined
for repairs to tho church.
J. FoIIowh loft on Thursday for n
business trip to Ilolso.
W. T. Cnmpboll, n formor business
man of Junturn, returned froip
Texas Inst week, spending n fow
days hero looking nftor business In-
Hoy Curry hnn purchased tho nutn
truck which has been used on tho
Junturn-Drowsey stago lino from
Jnrvls Smith of Drewsey. nnd will
uso It for freighting between tho two
David Graham mndo n buslnesH trip
to Vnlo Frldny, roturnlng Snturdny
Wnltor Sklcns, who tins recently
enmo to Junturn with tils family, ex
pects to qpon n vulcanizing plant
soon In tho Wood building on Main
slreot, Thorn Is n good oponlng for
such n business hero nnd It should
provo n successful venturo as well ns
supplying n need to tho community
Thomns Joyco rotumed to Junturn
from nutsldo points on Saturday
Mrs, llobort Heed linn boon on tho
sick list this weok
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wottorstrom
loft last Friday for n weekend visit
with Mrs, Wottorstrnm'H parents,
Mr and Mrs. George nuclinnnn. nr
comnanliiK Will McLaren In his car
on Ills way to Hums.
Mrs Lnwson Newell roturned to
hor homo on Monday nftor visiting
for somo tlmo with hor mothor, Mrn
Ooorgn Kolloy, nt Drewsey.
Miss Mary Mcltao was n Junturn
visitor on Monday.
W II. Jeffries hnn boon busy this
wook repairing telophono lines In
Junturn and vicinity.
Mrs. Chnrls Fries roturned on
Monday from n visit In Vnlo und On
tario, passing thru town to hor homo
WOMEN I'.Wtlll I'llOfUU'SS.
Jnckon county women, working
with tho homo demonstration agont,
havo niado 80 dress forms nt n sav
ing of $800 ovor the commercial
cost. Thev nlmi holpod In making
thoir own flrolosi cookors, Iccloss
refrigerators and homo drivers
Eighty-two of them with tho holp of
tho agont are keeping hnusohold ac
counts, thoroby reducing living ex
penses, Thoy havo put hot lunches
Into ton schools, nnd have thomeslven
"gono to chool" to tho numbor of CO.
whoro thoy learned mllllnory and
dressmaking. In all, 074 families
havo studied foods and food values
Wlieroas, Ood In His Infinite wis
dom has soen fit to visit tho homo of
our estoomoil archer, Mrs. L !
Grout, nnd removed the wlfo by
doath, bo It
Ilcsolvod, That tho momhers of
Ontario Homestead N. C072 extend
to him our heartfelt sympathy in
this ;ils hour of sorrow, nnd ho It
Hesolved, Thnt n copy of these bo
banded to our brother nnd nlso
spread upon tho minutes of tho
Mrs. Lucy E. Olson,
Mrs, Winifred Poorman.
Mrs, Llzzlo Dean.
CAM) OF THANKS.
Wo wish to express our annrocla-
tlon of tho kindness and sympathy
expressed toward our brother and
frlond, John Ingenthorn, during his
last Illness and death. Especially
do we deslro to remember with
gratitude tho kindness of tho Odd
Fellows, Heboknh and Masonic
lodges of Ontario, and for tho floral
Mrs, Mabel McDonald,
A bunking connection, properly handled,
gives you an asset in credit established that is
next iii importance only to cash.
No large business success is recorded
that did not lean heavily at times omits
Wc offer you a banking connection
adequate to your every legitimate need.
Why not start an acount now and
thus lie prepared I
MILK 10c f ER QUART
Beginning April 1, 1920,
we will make a "paid in
advance" rate of
a quart for milk. We can
supply a large number of
' additional customers. Be
one of them, advise us at
once. Call phone 205 J2
Don't delay or you will be
too late to Secure this big
saving in milk prices.
ALL OUR COWS ARK TUKEUCULIN TESTED
ROBERT CURRIER, Prop.
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