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THE ONTAIUO AliUUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, TIIURSDAV, APRIL 8, Jf)20.
COLLEGE BOYS PLEASE IN
THEIR FRUITLAND PROGRAM
Mollicra' Clirli Until Inline (iiitli('i'
liiK Km in Women In (Jrl !
Miim In Mlllnciy.
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OP OHIMSON I'KKHH ASSOCIATION
Ontnrlo frlumU nf Mr. oml Mm. J.
V. Piirloy IH ho Intorcstcil In tlio
following n ceo u lit of thu wnddl.iiK of
tliolr tlnudilor, Minn Opal, who grail
HI2VMAN IIOUNI) OVKU
Ai-n:it i.on(J iii:ai!i.(j
(Continued Prom I'ago 1)
thru thu Ontnrlo Nntlounl, nil on 1'
M. (loLTllnir of WniiHitu. Wlecmmtn
uatcit (rum the Ontnrlo High School ' Against IIiumo ho U'Htltlcct lloynmn
l.nnt TliUMtlny ovonltis Iho Wlilt
liuiti CoIIcko (lino (!luh Kvt u moHt
itollitlitful cntortnlntncnt nt tho High
School Awunitily room In thu Frult
liiml xcliooln. Tho room wiih packed.
More tlinn $150 wiih Inkun In mill thu
HcnlorH, under whose nuxnlcuH tho
inURlcnt whs given, cleared $(10,
which lliey will use for commence
lnent expeliKPH. HchIiIoh tho good
iiiuhIc tho Priiltlntiil people hud
reiiHon to rejoice because of the
ntiigo pnlntliiKK which hml hecn
painted by our own l'rof, T. It. Nnl
noli nnil no ono Iiiih 'given ho much of
IiIm time nml thought for tho better
ment of tho community. Tho Htngu
fitted out In tho High Hchool Ahhoii'
lily room In iiiohI nttrnctlvo nnil ar
tistic and Is needed for the ninny
ncliool entertainments and plays
which are held during thu spring
term. Boon tho people of the com
munity will hnvo nn opportunity to
help pay for.Homu of the expense of
material or thu Htngn rittnigM ny at
-tnudliig thu piny soon to lie given liy
tho high Hchuol, tho receipts of
which uro to he used for this pur
pose. Tho friends of Mr, nnil Mrs. Hurry
Iletelienner were grieved to learn of
tho dentil of their flvo months old
(laughter last Thursday night nt their
homo near Mldvnle. Tho little wns
apparently nil right when she wiih
put to lied hut In thu morning wjih
found dend, dun It Is thought to
heart trouble. Mr. and Mm. Dele
homier brought tho little ono to tho
homo of Mm. Iletidienner's mother,
Mm. PrniicoM llenggolor, nenr Prult
hind, and tho little ono wns laid lo
rent Sunday morning In the Ontnrlo
Quito n number of mothers braved
tho Inclement weather Friday lo at
tend the Mothers' Circle. Hpeclnl
nnil delightful music wiih rendered
by tho second grndo mid others and
liilto ii discussion over tho Joining of
tho County Public Health Associa
tion, wiih held. It wiih decided lo
Join and two delegates Mrs. Met
ier mid Mm. Thodo wore appointed
by tlio acting president. Mrs A. T.
Illnhop, to represent tho Priiltlnnd
Circle nt tho meeting called for thnt
purpose In Payette Thursday, April
1 1 tli. ut tho M. I-:, church. Kvory
mother In this community Is urged to
attend. Tho (Iran go presented the
Circle with about :I0 which Is to he
expended In filling up tho boles In
tho schoid ground.
Tuesday evening about 2fS of tho
iielghhorH on lllverslde nvonun gath
ered nt tho homo of 'John Lewis and
gave him a welcome In the nature of
it surprise. Ho Is looking after the
ranch which his father, Jay Lewis,
purchased from Mr. I'uchert across
Mould or tho Hiinlu Itosa. A good
(lino wiih hud.
Monday evening nt tho M. V.
lloroliliio homo u largo number of
people gathered to honor llnv. nud
Mrs. Pord llurtoh before their leav
ing this week for New Plymouth to
assume charge of tho llnptlst church
Itev. and Mrs. llurtch will he missed
from our community.
Hundny ono of tho best Kinder en
terlnlnmentH wiih held at tho M. K.
church during tho Hundny school
hour. A number of solos and ideas
lug recitations made tho ontertnln
meiit Interesting, Following Itev.
Knight of New Plymouth preached
to n large cougregutlon The llreth
reu ohurch rendered a splendid
IvastiT eutertuluiuent In the evening.
Ilev. Vim Deusen of llolse will come
this week to nssumo charge of tho
M. F. pastorate. Ho Is n strong nuin
nud 1'rultlnnil Is fortunate In hnvlng
a mini with such experience ns her
Vernon llulett returned Monday
morning to Cambridge after n week's
visit ut tho J. 8. Hill home.
Mr. nud Mm. William lllrdsall nud
(ihllilou moved Monday to Prult
Innd where Mr. lllrdsiill Is emplned
at the P. I'. Johnson firm.
Mrs. (!ary Tusslng nud daughter
were guests Wednesday of Mra, It. B.
Huuday Mr. nud Mrs. N. W. l.owU
with tho clnHA of 11)17, which up
peared In tho Oregonhin of March 2'i.
The murrlngo of Miss Opal M Par
ley of Portland nud Lloyd Hlclies of
Oregon City, wna solemnized yester
day afternoon, nt 3 o'clock nt tho
First Methodist church, llev. Joshua
Stmifleld officiating. Only Imme
diate relntlves of tho young couple
Following tho mnrrlnge, Mr. HIcIioh
nud hit bride left on tliolr honey
moon, which will he spent In tho
Caiindlnn rookies nud In Victoria iiiyl
Vancouver, II. C. Upon tliolr return
they will go to Astoria, where Mr,
Itlcbes bns accepted n position ns till
vortlslng mnnuger of tho Kvenlng
Iludgut, taking up his duties In thnt
city April 1, mid thu young couple
will be ut homo to their friends In
Astoria Mny 1.
Miss Parley Is n most charming
mid accomplished young woman. Hhe
Ih thu youngest daughter of Mr. mid
Mm. J II. Parley, formerly of On
EASTER FROLIC FURNISHES
drew rheckH to L, llarrls and pent
theso checks to (loorllng.
A. L. Chance .mnnngcr of tho lloUe
Payette Lumber compnny, testified
thnt Heymnii hud unpaid lumbor mid
material hills with his company to
tho amount of $4,000 for his Maid
Tho only witness culled by the do
fciiBO wiih J. A. Draper, who built tho
lloynmn house. He testified tjuit he
took thu contract for tho construc
tion nnil tnnterlat mid that nil the
bills wuro paid on tho bungalow save
n Hiunll pnyment that under tho con
tract wiih not due. There might bo u
fow extras hut not of great value, bo
HOW MANV WANT WATKIt
to iitmavn: i,awnh?
( Continued from pngo ouo )
.Ionium XcvtM .Notes Inillniln Lively
Interest In Social I.vciiIn Many
Visitors Ntop In County'
(Hpeclnl to thu Argun.)
JUNTUUA, Ore, April 0. -On
Saturday ovenlng nil thu school chll
drou of tho neighborhood and some
of thu grown-ups, assembled for a
lively Faster frolic ut thu homo of
Aim. Jou Carter. Tlio young guests
wore entertained pleasantly until u
Into hour with dancing, gnines mid
Father O'llaguu of Ontario came
up Saturday to celebrate tho Faster
muss nt Ht. Patrick's church.
Jack Weber, who Iiiih been spend
ing tho winter ut bis old home In
WorcoHtur, Ohio, returned to Juii
tum on Saturday. .
P. J. (lulhigher of Ontario, u for
mer resident of Juntura, wiih greet
ing old friends between trains on
W. 8. Cooluy of Ontario wiih visit
ing In this vicinity last week.
School cloNod lust Thursday for thu
spring vacation. Thtniloro Ilreck,
Jr., who has charge of thu grammar
depurtuieut. left Friday morning fur
a few duys visit In llolse. Ho wiih ac
companied by K, J. Stuart.
Ilabo Drlggam, who Iiiih been em
ployed ut tho Agency ranch, left lust
Tuesday for Oklahoma to ho gone
Alva Woodruff of Hums, assisted
by W. II. Jeffries, wiih repairing tele-
phono lines hero Inst week.
Junius llohiiu nud son, P.vorctt, of
Cuuudu, former residents of this
suction, uro visiting old friends here.
Mm, Anglo Murphy and daughter
Margaret, and son Hilly spent the
week end In Juntura.
Andrew McDonald wiih a piiHseugur
Saturday morning for outside points.
During his absence, Alex Murray Iiuh
been driving thu lluuluh stage.
Mm. A. M. Ttiylor of lluuluh re
turned Saturday after n fow days
Miss Mary Mcltau of lllverslde was
u Juntura visitor Saturday.
Father O'llngnu, Mr. mid Mm. I..
P. Dolsole, mid Dr. and Mm. Hodge
wore Sunday visitors nt thu Murphy
ranch near lluuluh.
Mm. William Pentou nud daugh
ter of llohiiu wero tho week uud
gueatB of Mm. Jou Curler.
William Itoburtsou mid daughter,
of Drewsey, left Monday morning for
llolse where Miss Arley Is attending
Mr. and Mm. Jarvls Smith of
DrowRoy returned on Monday from
llolse where they hnvo been visiting
tblor daughters In school.
Dick Scott of Ontario, who former
ly lived near lluuluh, brought up
some cattle lust week for tho range.
Individual can not tnko that degree
of Interest, ho or she will not bo un
entitled to nay: "Why don'fr they do
something?" It Ih up to tho Individ
ual right now, 4
Thu commltleu linn tho lint prepar
ed mid has placed It nt tho Tnggnrt
Hardwaro Htore, whero It will bo
convenient for anyone to sign. The
number of the lots for which wnter Ih
wanted must bo listed before tho 1
cnmmltteo will ho able to dctcrmlno
what tho cost of service In tho sum
mer will be. Tho wntor will bo fur
nished nt cost. Theio will ho no !
Tho ditches must ho put In shnpe
nnd the committee has nunierotiR de
tails to work nut, but everything de
pends upon getting tho lots listed 1
Whon this Ih done tho per lot bnsls
wilt be arrived nt nnd the funds will 1
be collected. The cost for the entire
season must bo paid In ndvnnre mid
tho niQiiuy placed In tho bnnk before
tho sorvlce slnrtcd. That wiih ono or
tho conditions upon which tho water
was secured for tho soason.
Tho moral of this story Ih to net
now. If Ontnrlo rltlzens who otJeet
to sprinkling really want ditch wnter
this Ih thu only means that run bo
found to gut It. It Ih strictly up to
tho Individual to net, mid net ut once
Mm. Mrs. J. A. Mnddux, rotumed to
Ontario from Seattle thin week.
Mr. nnd Mm. L. It. Ilrolthnupt nnd
Miss KIbIo Klllott attended the Hpe
clnl service nt the Pnrk school oil
Oregon Slope Sunday. Mm. llrlet
hnupt hnd chnrgo of tho music nt tho
service which was attended by 11
lnrge gnthurlng of Oregon Slope peo
ple. Homer Maddux was confined to
his homo for iiovornl dnys thin week,
hut Ih able to be out ngaln.
Tom Logan of Ilroguu wiih mi On
tario visitor tho first of tho week.
NFUIIIIIOHS TO MKiri'. '
Tho Modern Woodmen nnd Jloyul
Neighbors will meet tho second unit
fourth Monday evenings of each
mouth ut 8 o'clock ut thu Masonic
Tho next meeting will liu April 12
nnd nil members are requested to be
present, also any who nru members
of other cnmpH tiro cordially .Invited
WANTKD Flvo or ton ncres nenr
Ontnrlo. No Improvements want
ed. Can bo In nlfatfn. Address llox
74, Ontnrlo. 322-lii-tf
POIt BALK Tlirco building lots In
Ontnrlo residence district Cement
pavement around them. Sue W. II.
llrooko. A bargain. .123-10-tf
ItKSIDKNCK In Ontario, modern.
"rooms house; beautiful lawn mid
trecH, roHes mid shrubs of nllklnds
lmiulro 321 Argun, or nddresn box
74,' Ontnrlo, .12110-tf
V. ('. T. V. POSTPONi: MP.iniNd.
Tim riiL'iilnr mentliiir (if Hut V. f'
entertained to Kaster dinner Mr. iinil.T. u. will mil bn held Tuiwiinv. ah-ii
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,M.n it. .,. iuivii uini imi, mimn.la U HCCOIIUl OI (110 1 II 1 0 1 C II II TCI 1 llllll IHIIIUIIII IIISI Wl'I'K III IIIUHU IIIIH HCC-
uud Major Hurry Lewis nnd Mm Sunday hcIioo! coiivoiitluim to ho held H t'mlr home.
LowIh uud children. on that date. (Joorgo Maddux, son of Mr and
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
(Continued Prom Page ri)
Tho Womnn'n Club met todny nt
(he home of Mm. II, II. Whllnoy.
Mm. J. It. Itnsiiiussen wiih hostess
this week to thu Wednesday llrldgu
Mm, L. Adam returned Monday
from u visit lo her mm nt St. Anthony.
Sluto Senator nnd Mm. Jullen A.
Hurley of Vule were In Ontnrlo Sat
Mm. I. K. Oliver enmo down from
Malheur for a visit with Ontnrlo
Tho Cnthollc IadloV Society will
meet Friday nt the homo, of Mm. 11.
Mm. Kinnm Cnuover nud her sl;.
ter, MUh Lucy Wade, visited Payette
Horn Tuesday, April U. to Mr. nnd
Mm. Kd Huffman of Mailed station,
u Hon, weight 8 pounds.
Clarence ('milium of thu Alexan
der Clothing Co., Ih able to bo about,
on crutches nnd will soon bo able to
leave tho hospital.
Mr. nnd Mm. J. U. Pqrllor moved
Into their now residence on Second
Htreet, 8, , on Monday.
Tho Music Club will hold u soj'lnl
meeting Saturday afternoon ut the
homo of Mm. (V II. Kmlson.
Mr. uud Mm. K, A. Means of Vale
wero Ontnrlo visitors Saturduy uveu
Ing on a shopping excursion.
Miss Allco Mullott, who for tho
past four yeum Iiuh boon u V. W. C.
A Becrotury lit liny City mid Juck-
hoii, .Mich., arrived hero fur a
months visit with her parents. Mr.
and Mm. C. W. Mnllett.
Superintendent II. J. Loreiitzeu or
tho KiiHtern Oregon Land compnny
has moved to tho comimny's ranch
south of NyMa. Mm. Loientzon mid
tneir luiiiy daughter cumo up from I
Hl'.VDAV AND, MONDAY
APIHL II AND IU
HACK 'HI (JOD'H COl'NTHV
TI'IWDAV, OCTOIIPIt III
PAUA.MOUNT . A I IT1 'It AIT
.... Tltlu Next Weuk ....
Coiiieily: 'Voice of Obiilness'
WKDNIWDAV, APItll. II
111(1 :io Pi:oPI,K .MIWICAL
CO.MPANV IIOAD SHOW
(let you tlckeiH at Ontnrlo
Tlll'llSDAV, APIUI. 1.1
"IIONDH OP LOVII"
Cemedy: "I'our- of n Kind"
PI.III.W AND HVIl'ltDAV
AI'ltIL 1(1 AND 17
"A DAVH PLPASPIIH"
"PAIIt AND WAIIMKIt"
first Save money on your
spring suit by getting the best
Second-Save an additional
ten dollars by buying it of
Comparison, Trying 't On and Exami
motion Will Verify Our Asso.tions.
THE NEWEST MODELS
in Mens and Young Men's
Suits are ready for you
today at this store. Our
assortment is the Largest
and most complete.
on our part for all our large and
growing stores enables us to
make you this saving, Costs
nothing to have us prove it.
For One Week
From today until SATURDAY
night, April 17, we will sell an
assortment of Men's Sx, con
taining 218 Dozen, at
20c the pair or 3 pairs for 50c
25c the pair or 5 pairs for 1 . 1 0
35c the pair or 4 pairs for 1 .20
50c the pair or 6 pairs for 2.60
1.00 pure thread silk, 6 pairs 5.oo
These sox nre standard makes, all colors, full
double sole, toe and high spliced heels.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!!
JOHN M. SHEESLKY, Inc.
The 'Captivating Operatic Star
4'Morry Widow." -'Chocolate Soldier." Boston Grand Opera
Note to Music Lovers During the Ontario engagement Miss Hutcheson
will sing a short program of specially selected operatic numbers.
A Most No; able Metropolitan Cast in Support.
Sl MONTHS I.ONfaCHi: Til KATUN, .V. V.
Seats on sale Ontario Pharmacy Saturday, April 10th Phone No. 2 for Reservations Now.
THE RIP ROARING MUSICAL FARCE
LET S GO
A Chorus of Dainty, Dashing", Dancing, Damsels.
Prices $1.50, $1'.00 and 75c Plus War Tax