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THE ONTAitIO AKUUS, ONTARIO, OiiEGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920.
WHITMAN GLEE CLUB
Afternoon Conreit ( lie (lUen liy
I'aiiKMiM CoIIcki- Orpinlnllon
Plenty of Vitrlely Offered In
KeudliiK unit .In Music.
ThnnkH to tlio onor?y of tlio mem
hern of tlio Junior Claim tit tlio HIkIi
Hehool, Onliirlo will tin vlxlted tomor
row by tlio Whltinmi Ciilli'Kii (Huh
ulub of Wiillu W'ulln. WnHliliiKtan.
The coIIckIuiih will Rlvu n conrert
tomorrow iifturuoon at Drnmnhttiil
mill with It Introduce the cltUeim to
tint lutiwt In coIIpko pep, tlio collect)
Jiim orclumtrii, hoiikh, rccltntloiiM and
Btiints, hucIi nH only colleen glee club
The yotitiK itmn linvo boon tourhiK
lilulio cltlcH mill hnvn Hindu a decided
lilt In llielr tour, no Hint thono who
enjoy ii real concert with plenty of
variety, Including good hIiikIiik '"1
inonoloKUi'K linvo a treat In Morn for
'PHDDLKHS lll'SV NOW
(Continued from pago 1)
oil nt O. A. l nro Kimrmileed to 1m
freull anil to contain thu liirKont pox-
Hlhle number of living, verelll bnc-
terla, Krown on nllroKoti-freo meilln
In onler to mnko them take their
iiltroKim from thu air. Other than
tblM thu Mii-calleil 'breeillnc-iip' f
hnclorla Ih all humbug.
"(,'t). No man can 'Kiiarunteo'
fnvorablo remiltH from 'pure culturii'
liiooulatlon. It Ib mi experiment
mill If tho ho 1 1 happeiiH to bo InckliiK
In thin particular kluil of bacteria It
will probably bo u benefit If properly
npplleil. If tlio bacteria are already
there, Inoculation Ih uhi'Iiwh; It Ih like
iiiIiIIiik u llltlo water to tho ocean.
"(4). It Ih not known how long
tho bacteria will live In tho hoII when
no luKumo Ih Krown, but after flvr
yeurH with It It Ib rcrommnmleil that
Inoculation bo practiced. If tho bac
teria nro In the hoII hh hIiowii by the
proxeucu of iiinluleH on tho rootn, no
nmoiint of Inoculation will ilo tiny
"(C), Wo nro reniiiimiMidliiK the
line of lurisnr nmoiintH of InociiliitliiK
material on the HtreiiKth of later ex
piirlmeutal evidence.. Tho amount
now recoiumeniluil for two ucnm Ih
luoro thiMi wo formerly recommend
eil for fifteen neroM, anil much larn
er than tlio rommerlml culture.
TIhwo boltliw hi'll for fifty ceutH wieli
pimtpalil, or tho equivalent of twvutv
flvo ruiitM tier ncro. Wo put the
eultiiroH up In two ncro nIxom only.
"HuinmliiK up Tho O. A. l oul
I u rim are iim kooiI iih nuy In the mar
ket mill InrKor for the amount re
commended than any of tho coin
liierclal culture wo have hocii. There
Ih no conipnrUon between 'breeilliiK
up' live Hluck anil liincultitliiK bac
teria they nro alnwily 'breil up'.
Many hoIIh ilo not ueeil liiooulatlon.
If the noil Ih well drained and not
acid, but Htlll will not Krow leKunilu
oim crop, then luoouliilloii may help.
No one Iiiih any rlKht to claim more
".Since Inoculation of Iokiiiiioh Ih
ntlll oxporlmoutnl, tho Department
of IlaclerloloBy at O. A. ('. la pre
pared to furiilnh luooulatliiK bacteria
to the furmerH of Orison at cent. The
facilities for linndlliiK llil work are
Kreatly Improved m Hint order oau
bo filled promptly. It Ih expected
that tho farmer will leave a wnull
plot iinliioculated iih a check will re
port ruMiilltt to the end of the hmihoii.
Tho county iiKcnt oau be u very Im
portant fuclor In helpluh' u to net
i.wrrt ;o," plkasino mckicai.
COMKRV COMINd OX APRIL I I III
J. M. Hhoetdoy brliiKH to tho Dreain
0 laud April Hth only bin lalokt offar
Ini:. "Lot's do," with u cast bonded
by (1ml rude Ilutehoson, late star of
tho "Merry Widow," "Chocolate Sol
dier," Ronton Grand Opera, ate , sup
ported by u company of nlxty or
more. Iiuitulliig William II. Mulone,
W. T. (hutlerion, Hilly Whelp, 0 It
MeWIIIIuun. Dell Kvhiih, nhnbetl
Fox, Antonutto Hochto and .1 rouplu
hioro of ilnniiiiKi hliiKlnK. best look
lUK KlrN Ibit ever tdBiied mi eiulty
ONK DAY ONLYI
Wednesday, April 11th
Thi) neticn of the piny tnUos place
In a sw Vj.-k nperlitent hotel unit
tlio Htory ih about I we men Wiio
Btrnycil uwny from tlio family mill
ntor anil are cniiKht In n ralil lit
Jack's. Altho Innocent, they cminot
convince nnyhoily pnrtlctitnrly two
vIho(7) detective until tlio deter-
tlven are hnnilcuffeil thoinaolvoii.
Thero Is tho wife who roinnlim wife
hut who in trylns to help iiinlto ninl
torH worse. In fact, It'H a roar from
curtain to curtain with junt unouish
iiiumIc woven Into tho plot to make It
n xniippy ihuhIciiI bIiow.
OREGON LIFE MAN IS
II, (. .Sihuppel of linker, I'oi'ini'i ly of
Ontiiilo Seen I'licpeloim Year
I'm ( lupin In Willi .Makes
II. ('. Schuppul, dUtrlct iiKcut of
the Oregon Mfu IiiBiiranco company
with headiiiiartcrH In linker, but
wnono territory InclitileH, linker,
(Irani, Malheur mid Harney couutlcH
Ih In Ontario thin week on one of IiIb
"Ych Indeed Oregon Ih KuIiik to
linvo n proHperotiB year," wayH Mr.
Schuppul. "Why do I think that,
why bvcauBo tho life liiBiirnnco IiiihI
iiohh Ih oiio of thu moMt curtain of
hliHlnewi baromelerK. And our IiiihI
now Ib kooiI.
"Lnnt year our company wrote hIx
mid n half iiiIIIIoiih of dollarn worth
of liiHiirancu to OreKon people, mid
thu Blurt made thin year miikoH cor
tiln that that flRiiru will bo bettered
"Then there Ih ii demand for In
vuHtmentH hIiowIiik that IiuhIiiih Ih
expandliiK. Wo know thin becaiiHo
nil of our liivoHtmcnt fiiuilB are In
Mtited In OrcKou Becurltlen expect
that net iihIiIu for Liberty IioiiiIh.
'While thero Ih Bomnwlml of n cry
heard now of n HhorttiKu If molHture
for HiIh your, the Kdieral outlook In
KiiBturn OreKon Ih itood. Tho raln
In nil of thu hccIIoiib where It Ih ex
ttfiiMlvoly rained Ih iIoIiik well, for tho
fall rnliiB mid hiiow i;ave It n Kood
COI'.NTV t'M'll I.IJADHIt
WANTS (UNNINd t'l.l'll
(Continued from 1'iiko I)
portH that work on l.otmou 1 Ih ill
The U. 8. National hank mid the
I'lmt National hank nre IIiiIiik up
mumberH for their 1'Ik CIiiIm, mid the
orKanliuitlou of thivxo elulw will bo
completed next week with tho ihmUI
mico of Mr. Allen, State Live Stock
Cairo Kcvtluit Club
Tho Cairo HewliiK Club Iiiih held
IIh orKanUutloii meetliiK, und plann
for tho your'H proKrmu tiro helm;
worked out by the louder, Mm. K, II
Conkllii, mid the KlrU.
Who Will lie Champion?
. Who will bo State Champion Corn
Club boy (his year? Malheur coun
ty Iioh produced tho State Champion
for Hovornl yearn, and miut keep up
IIh record (IiIh year. Corn clubs will
bo orKuiilzed noon, and It Ih hoped
that many will K'ot Into tho cmuo mid
ralne one or more iicron of corn
"ItaU'e, ralno, ralno a plK.
Cucle Sam iieedH nuwt,
Merrily, merrlly.cheerlly. oheerlly
Oh, tho work Ih weet."
So hIiik I'Ik Club Moinbent, but not
.ill 1'Ik Club pIkh become JutU meat
at the end of tho year. Many pure
ired plK nro rained by Club meinb-
ern who nro doliiK thulr part In Live
Stock Improvement Project of the
CITY LOTS AND IIOUSK In Ontario
for Halo. IncluilliiK lotH Hi, 17, IN,
19 und 20 in block 4S on Third ae.,
S. W. HarKnln for ono who wnnt
biilldluK lotH or hmiHO. Seo Mm.
Mary Iv. (Uirroy. -316.18-21
VOTICi: OV I'l.NAI. SmTMiMKNT.
VTlTlfl.' lu linrnlil- L'lvilll Unit
tho uudorU;noil joint ndmlnftstra-
tom or (lie ohioio 01 jnmeH u
Kretwell, deceased, linvo filed In
tho county court of tho State
.if Mrm-iin fur III,, (VllllllV of Mullieiir.
their final account of their admluU-
t.illnti Ittuill Millil iwtlltl,. mill tllllt
Saturday, tho Int day of May, 1920.
at tho hour of 11 o'clock A. M. of
nald day. at the court liouso In Ynlo.
Oregon, linn been duly fixed by Bald
court as tho time und place for hear
ing Bald final account and Bottling
Bald estate. All persons Inturoatod In
snld estate are lioroby notified to ap
pear ut said tlmo mid place, and file
their objections In writing. If any
there nro, to said final account, mid
contest tho same.
Done and dated and first published
this 1st day of April, 1920.
.FRED J. I'ALMKR. and
SAMUEL 11. KRETWELL.
Joint Administrators of tlio Estate of
James O. Fretwell, Docoased.
First publication April 1. 1920.
Lust publication April 2G, 1920
SOI'TII IJNH OF COl'NTY
NOW HAS FARM lll'ltKAl'
(Continued From I'ago 1)
On the trip Into Jordan Ynlloy.
County Agent Ilreltlinupt inltcil the
Harper. CrcBton, Crowley, Cord,
Rome mid Ruby nelghborhooilH and
etimo back by way of Adrian. Tho
people of tho ('ronton, Crowley and
Cord communltlcB nro bo apart that
It would be difficult for them to have
Farm Htironus but they should Join
the county organization lu order to
gut tho benefits of membership. In
tlio Home community coiiBldurublo
interest was ninulfexted toward form
Ing n local llureau mid It would bo
poKHlblu to linvo mi organization nt
that point. Tlio Ruby scttlcmuiil
will also likely wish to orgnnlzo be
fore many moutliH. Organizations
might be perfect ut tho Hnrpor-Wet-fall
section, nt Ironside mid nt Jun
turn for tho Junliiru-Rlvorslile-Roulah
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Members of tho Roynl Arch Masons
lodgn hero nre plannlg on a big time
hero tomorrow night when a l-ere-inonlnl
session wilt bo held ut which
threo uovlnles will bu given the
Roynl Arch degree.
In honor of the occasion a big
delegation of R. A. -M. members from
Vnlo, I'uyetto, Welser, Nymm nml
other points are expected mid u Iihii
iiet will bo served following tho In
itiation. Since this Ih tho first big
doings the It. A. M.'s have held In
some tlmo they expect to mnko tho
most of It.
ROIIIIRRS MAKi: RICH
HAUL AT (lOLI)KN IIIILI!
(Continued From I'ngo 1 )
clothoH they secured the trousers t)t
ono suit mid the coat mid vest of
Tho thieves were not of the com
mon herd. They scorned tho flan
uell and wollen shirts nvnllablo mid
helped thuiusulvos to eight silk shirts
took fine gloves, hosiery mid wntche
mid thou to make thu deal complete
appropriated threo suit cases with
which to curry their plunder uwny.
Threo uiun with milt cases wuro
seen to board mi early train Monday
morning but us yet no truce of the
missing goods Iiiih been found.
J. T. MeNulty recolwHl word yon
terday of tho death of his brother,
William MeNulty. ut Wichita, Kan
sas. Mrs. Elmo Pearson of Welser spent
Wednesday lu Ontario the guns' of
her parents, Mr. mid Mm. Finn).
Superintendent of School II. P.
Lewis attended the conference of
Eastern Oregon school superinten
dents at Ladrmule Inst Saturday
Officers and Directors (ksllfi I nsurance Company
Most of Whom Have ServedThe Company Since Organization
1. x&k r
sti-vr jsr". lu-vPtisi . ti t ' f
wmW Jtjw J97-p
;flBf mm hoi3 $
- &st22& 1926 $
im m i i9i7 $
w- :f 1913 1
i-. fffl. Il&l&m
s F' j rr
H. C SCHUPPEL,
LAND TRANSFERS MANY ON
OREGON SLOPE THIS SPRING
Ilnine llnlldlnjj ANo Prominent In
Life of Hustling ('oiiiiiiuull)
New Lmiil Owners Aiihhm
L'uslei' Service Planned.
(Special to thu Argus.)
ORKdON-SLOPE. .March HO.
This your promises to bo n record
breaking one In real estate transfers
and homo building. Numerous
changes linvo been umda at Interest
ing figures which prove tho fact that
people from nil parts of the country
see mid appreciate tho groat future
of this pnrt of Oregon. Larger nml
moro efficient wntur fncllltles are
being Installed by companies and by
private owners to supply tho neees
sary demand of the ndded new lands
recently prepared for Irrigation.
One other groat factor fast loom
ing Into prominence Is tho growing
of sugar beets, which hns been dsin
oiiHtrnted successfully hero, und u
little tlmo Is nil Hint Is necessary to
mnko this ono of thu stmiilard crops.
i The sugnr Industry will bo tho
source of nttrar.tlng ninny peoplo to
this laud of rich opportunity.
Mrs. Jns. Uartshn of Cnldwell Is
vIMtlug HiIh week with her son, John
llnrtshe, mid family.
0. J. Wynril of Beattlo nrrlved Sat
urday for n short visit with bin sis
ter, Mrs. S. J. Simpson, mid nlso to
look over tho land In this vicinity.
Mr. Wynrd und L. L. Culbertsoti
purchased 200 acres lu thu Crane
Creek country which they will onulp
for Immediate work.
Mr. Johnson, n stockman, pur
chased tho ranch lately occupied by
Loo Drown for $28,000 mid ('litis.
Ilur sold his 20-ucro tract this week
8. J. Simpson was scon driving n
fine Wlllls-Hlx this week.
Don't miss the special Hester pro
gram at tho Park school houso; reg
ular Sunday school ut I o'clock.
Easter program ut 2. Everybody
Porter IIoiiIh Is constructing n
very modern small bungalow for the
home of his foreman, mi Idenl way to
coin hat the labor problem.
Horace Joseph left lust week for
Seattle to ntlond the funeral of n
Miss West mid Miss (Halt spent
the week end nt Ilolso. visit In
friends mid shopping.
1".' inn-It Fitzgerald, brother of
Mm. Orr Wllklns, nrrlved from Port-
laud last Tuesday. Mr. Fitzgerald
Ih taking n vacation after four years
of rnllroad work, nml plans an In
Mr. Ilurtwoll, who Ih recently
from Canada, mid father of Mr.
Ullllsplo of Mooros Hollow, suffered
mi uttuflk of paralysis last Thursday.
Al present ho Is recovering nneoly.
The four children of Mr. mid Mrs.
Cheek, no.v living on the I.e.- llro.vu
place, nro enrolled at tho Ploneor
Insurance in T&rce
a , i oe 4-eo.oo
JlieseFiQuresTellThe Story of 'Our Marvellous $iContmuouj6roHtti
LESLIE J. AKER IS
Local Attorney Would Serve llenio-
et'iils ut Sun I'YuiuiM'ii Ciiinen-
(Ion Pieseiit Pioxi'um, mill Ih
for llmiii for Pieslilciit.
Leslie J. Alter, who lilts been a iei
Ideut of Ontario mid a practicing. at
torney In Mullieiir county for the
past tun yours, has uniioiiuced bl
candidacy for delegnlo to the Denio
rrutlc National Convention nt San
FrnnclBco, on tlio following plat
"I bollovo lu tho endorsement of
tho splendid nchlevemonts of the
Democratic pnrty und Woodiow Wll
nnn, lt Btunilurd bearer nml lender
during eight yours of the most liv
ing mid turbulent times In the
world'H history; the masterful unit
upright diplomacy utilized, bringing
peace nml Justice to millions of en
i Inved peoplo; thu efficient conduct
of tho war, bringing early peace nml
victory to Amorloiin nrms: the pro
gresslvo legislation enacted. Includ
ing woman's suffrage nml prohibi
tion, rendering America the me:
prosperous mid harmonious nation
on earth. I nlso believe In the pio
groeslvo principles uiIvochIihI by
Wllllums Jennings llrynn, the ureal
Commoner, whom I believe thu rank
mid file of the Democrat nml com
mon people In genonit wilt draft Into
sol vice ns the next candidate and lit
cumbeut of tho Presidency."
TEAM of heavy work horsoH for snle,
Phono !HM. nOT-17-lf
PASTURE Stock tnken to pasture.
Uood fence; feed and witter. C. II.
Trousdalo. Phono B8. Itia-IS-lf
MAXWELL touring ear for wile: In
flrst-olasri condition; newly over
hauled. Inquire of Hopper Oarage.
LOST A nullum wrist wutoli, val
ued because It belonged to brother
killed lu Franco'. Finder plenw
wrlto Mrs. I). C. Stmiley, Nniiipn,
Idaho, and receive reward. 30B-1S-1U
FOUR ROOM HOUSE mid three lots
for snlo; nlso now cublu mid fur
nishing loonted on Ciillforula me
niionnd Owyheu l reels on Esstshlc.
Price 7R0. Seo J. C. Vlnnes.
WE 1IUY, raise, mid sell fur-bouiiiiK
rabbits, mid other ftir-lHmiiuj: mil
mills. List what you have with us,
slating your lowest prices on large
lot shipments. Tho Fur H Specially
Farming Co., Sir..r,17 N P. Ave.
Fnrgo, N Dak.
4. Z 70. 605.00
Nov; Musical Comedy
Fu I of I un mid Muslr
3o Peoplo In Support
(' E. Props! left Inst night for
Portllind to bo gone for neverul ilnyH
Hl'NDAV ND lltlMltV
APRIL I IM .1
A Rig Special Piiidiiiilon
'THE Al'tTIO.V OF SOI'I.S'
TI'IWDAY-, APRIL (I
"ITS A III5AR"
Coineilyi "A Rainy ll.it"
WED.ViesDAY, APRIL :
I'liiiimiiiiui Arlrlufl I'm-
Wnlrli for Title Lnler
THI'ltSDAY, APRIL II
.MAY ALUS. IX
"CASTLES IX TL.J AIR"
FRIDAY AND SITCIIIIW
APRIL It AND III
fill 1st li Coiue.ly
Hull Room IPi.ih Coniedy
Illicit to (IiiiI'h Country."
April nth mid 12th.
Dig road show, "Let's
Io." April 1 lib.
tin. iMrwr-jfi m