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THE ONTARIO AKUUS OflTAlUO, OUEUOtf, THUlttSLAl, FEBRUARY 3, 1921
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LOCAL PERSONALS I
Joo WilllnmB Is able to bo at work
ngaln nftor a fow days Illness,
Dosalo Huthorford la vory III with
Mnnnlo Mills who tins boon work
ing In Dolao is ngnln In Ontario.
(1. W. Donn loft Sundny lor Port
land to nttcml buslnuss muttorR
Mrs. Sailors spent ft fow days In
Wolsor Inst wuok with her sister,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, K. Joyco roturned
from Onkor Sundny night.
Sam Kmrlcli of Wolsor spout Sun
day In Ontario.
II. L. Poormnn vlsltud In Wolsor
tlio first of tho weak.
Mrs. Gnrrott Ayrs went to Wols
Judge Will It. King loft Saturday
for Chicago nnd Washington, ,'D. C.
Mrs. II. 0. lloyor has been under
tho doctor's caro.
Mrs. Don Piatt of Parma Is visit
ing relatives In Ontario.
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Itobcrt ('
Carponter, January 28, n son.
Illchard Cox of Spoknno li visit
ing his brother C. F. Cox.
Mrs. Trousdnlo spent' Inst week'
with Mrs. F. A. Kloldor of Payette.
Mrs. H. T. Smith of Payette In
visiting Mrs. Kitty Wnlkor.
Mrs. Kiln Pratt of Payette visited
Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnltcr
I.co Alexnndor spont Tuosdny In
Ilolso tho guest of his brother Day
ton. Mr. nnd Mr. Klmo Pearson of
Wolsor wero week end visitors at
tho Frank Hador homo.
Mrs. II. O. Nlcholls of Ilolso Is
visiting hor sister Mrs. Sailors this
Mr, nnd Mrs. Will FUor of Crnno
nro hero for u two wcoks vlalt nt
tho T. D, Klsor homo.
Mrs. 0. Franklin Is visiting her
daughtor Mrs. McOraff nt Mountain
E, M. Orolg Is sorvlng on the
jury which la holding n spoclnl ses
sion this wook at Vale,
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Cochrum loft
Friday for Portland. Thoy oxpoct
to bo awny for sovnrnl days.
Miss Itoso McConnoll visited at
tho parental homo In Frultland two
days last wook.
Mrs. Emily Hull of Midland, S.
I). Is horo for a fow months visit
with hor daughtor, Mrs. Pat aallng
her. Mrs N. A. Cloukloof Port Angeles,
Washington, mine Monday A. M for
nn oxtondod visit with hor sister,
Mrs. O. F. drahnm.
L. H. Ilrotthaupt wnH able to bo
In his offlco Tuosdny for tho first
tlmo slnco his vory sorlous tltnoss.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. nocd of Ilrogan Friday, Jan
unry 31, nt Holy Ilosnry Hospital.
Miss Maurino Jones of Vale h as
sisting In tho llrooko nnd Onllaghor
otflro during tho nhsouco of Miss
Mnnwood llnmsny who Is In Salem.
Mrs. M. F. Hoyor of Wolsor Is
visiting hor daughter, Mth. Charlie
Tho O. 8, L. will put on nn ox
tra switch train crow between On
tario nnd Wolsor.
Mr. and Mrs. A, MoAfeo returned
Saturdny from uu oxtondod trip to
WILL (JIVE .MOTH Kit
Tho Prlmnrloa of tho M. E. Sun
day School will glvo n Mother Gooso
entertainment at tho church Satur
day, Fobrunry 6 nt 3:30. At S'OO
o'clock a cafotorln lunch will bo
sorved by Jack Sprat nnd wlfo. Do
llclous chicken sandwiches nnd sal
ads will bo sorvod Tho queen of
hearts will servo tho tarts, Do not
forgot tho tlmo and plnco. M, E
or HoIbo Is In fci
S. P. GRAHAM
Will Reach ONTARIO about
With a carload of First Class
Grade Dairy Cows
These will be priced right
Further particulars next week
Miss Luolln Callln's music pupils,
nsslBtcd by MIbs Cnthorlno Conwny,
gavo n recital at tho homo of Mrs.
S. 1). Dorman Frldny. About fifty
rolatlves nnd friends of tho pupils
woro present. Hefrosliments woro
served by Mrs. Dorman assisted by
tho mothors of tho pupils.
Tho program ns given below wnH
Jolly Scouts Pressor
Vnlso Cnprlco Newland
Faust Wnlt" . Arr. by Pressor
One Fleeting Hour Hond
Odo to Spring Well
Spring Morning Heller
' Eleanor Wood
Oypsy Dnnco KrcnUor
Curious Btory Holler
Howl of Itoscs Clarke
Nocturno E Flat Major Chopin
A I let' Doniinii
In Honor of Mln Wilson
III honor of Miss Mazlo Wilson
who Is soon to leave Ontario, tho
Cooking nnd Sowing Clubs of 7th
nnd 8th grades gavo her n surprise
pnrty nt tho W. L, Turner homo
Snturdny night Gnmo woro tho or-
dor of tho evening. ItofrcshmoutH
woro sorved nnd n nouvonlr spoon
wan presented to Miss Wilson.
Thoso prosont wore: Helen Ilroc
kon, Hnrdls Itnsmussen, Iloulnh
Lackey, Lillian Townsond, Dorthon
Holghtsman, Huth Hoborts, Myrnn
Bocoy, Ethol Conwny, Ella Messoo,
Cecelia GnlliiRhor, Annabolto Illggs,
Edith Hall, Evadlno Cochran, Myrlo
Illnghnm, Dairy Socoy.
Sunday School Social
Tho young married pcoplo'a class
of tho Daptlst Sunday School hold n
social and business mooting nt tho
W. I. Hall homo Tuosdny ovonlng.
As tli nro nro n number of now mom
bora tho class was roorgnnUed nnd
tho following officers worn choson.
Don Soawonrd, prosldont, Irn Wil
liams socrotnry-trensuror, Mrs, Har
ry Howe, Mrs. Ilnrry Klmo, Mrs,
Don Sonwenrd, nnd Mrs, Slobold,
vlco-prooldonts. Tho clnss plans
somo vory nggrosslvo, work tho com
ing yonr both along rollglous and
Tho young pcoplo of tho Congre
gational Endoavor gavo a very suc-cc-ssful
penny social Monday ovonlng
A largo nnd Jolly crowd was In at
tondnnco. Tho oldor pooplo onjoyod
thomsolvo as much as tho younger
ones, Tho commlttoo In to bo con
grutulotod upon tho novo! and In
torostlng fontures of tho ontertnln
ment. All aro looking forward to
tho noxt time Tho proceeds wero
Mrs, I.oorn Doolor of Ontario and
E. Wilson of Frultland woro
mnrrlod by tho Chrlstlnn minister at
1 Pnyetto Wodnesdny, January 20th.
Thoy will go to housekeeping on n
ranch near Frultland whero Mr.
i Wilson has been farming for n nuin-
, ber of years.
Tho Monday Ilrldgo met with Mrs
W. F. Homnn this weak,
; Mrs. It. W. Swnglor entertained
tho Tuesday Ilrldgo Club.
I Mr. nnd Mrs. I. 10. Onkos enter
(talnod tho Fortnightly Club Satur
! day ovcnlng.
i Tho Wednesday Ilrldgo mot thin'
week with Mrs. W. W. Wood
Mrs. C. It. Emlson entertained tho
Imporlnl Club Thursday.
Tho Woman's Club met Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. O. M. Castle-
i mnn. '
I Tho Girls' Friendly Society met
nt tho school house Tuesday oven-
I Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Uiknetis enter
tained n fow friends nt cards Woi
! Tho, ladies Altar Society will hold
their next mooting nt tlio homo of
Mrs. N. Sullivan, Friday, February
Tho Ladles Foreign Missionary
Society of tho Methodist Church
met with Mrs. A. I.. Hunter Wed -
AT THE HOTEI.S
Following nro somo of those regis
tered at Ontario Hotels the pnst
MOOHE Frod Curry nnd wife,
Juntura; C. W. Drlnkwntor, Drow
soy; J. M. DoVec, Daker; L. C. Pat
terson, Hichlnnd, Ore.; E. P. Stltes,
Vnle; J. D. Fnlrmnn and wlfo, llnr
por; Stovo Lnrrea, John Cnnnon,
Duttorflcld Itnnuh; O. H. Drtdwell
nnd wlfo, Jiimteson; MIsh I.. Mat
lott, Ilolso; L. M. Drunzoll, It. T.
Durllngnmc, Nnmpn; John Cork,
Vnlo; F. II. Dnll, Ontario; Mrs, 8.
P Qlenn, Dolso; Iris Pennington,
Mrs. S. E. Haworth, Pnyetto; Henry
SOFTENED WATER-PERMUTIT SYSTEM
Dnlton, J. M. Dalton, Nathan Drown
Hums; O. I). Plorco, Echo; W, P.
Gtithrm, Win, D. Itcynolds, F O.
Jueson, Frank Seovors, T. Goodwin,
N. F. Mlnnick, J. 0. Niggle, K. Hen
derson, E. L. Shotlcr & wlfo, W. F.
Dornor, Twin Falls; II. C. Soymour,
Corvnllls; II. C. Schupcll, Ilolso; A.
McCurry, N. E. McCurry, Ilolso; J,
H. ninohnrt, Now Plymouth; Don
Prult, 8tnnfleld; II. F. Wntson,
Dolse; O. E. II. Hotiorts, Gooding;
Mrs. Jns. H. Vail, Welsor; Mnbol
McFaddon, Mldvnlo; W. II. Enton,
Urognn; F. M. Dock, Portland; C
Wilson, Emmott; Oco. W. Jackson
nnd family, Vale; J. D. Falrchlld,
Emmett; 8am Cream, Wolsor; A, L.
Hocknoy, Nnmpn; J. Flfer, Vnlo;
Pnt Conroy, Vnlo; Dr. C. It. Stownrt,
Wnlla Wnlln; L. D. Fnrnnm. Pendle
ton; C. J. Hnhn, Twin Falls; Earl
It. Doyil, Nnmpn; John T. Conroy.
llnrpor; Dallcy Womor, Pendleton;
F. lloyor. Woiser; David F. Graham,
Juntura, Elmer Clark, llo'no; Mrs.
E. L. Wallace, Crane; J. M. Mc-
'Ewon, Itlvorsidoi Mrs. Tina Meods,
Vnlo; C. W. Drowning, Pnyetto;
CAHTEK W. Warner. Kunn,
Wash! It. Cruniniott, Vale Potor
Crummott, Vnloj II. J. lllnms.
Crnno; Mrs. (. Ingalls. llrog..n; II
iW. Whlto and Wlfo, Abordcen, 8.
,D.J Mm. A. J. Whlto Ilrogan; it. II.
1.OCK0K, urognn; u. u. uonts ana
wife, Vnlo; A. Sinclair, Nyssa; Mrs
O. D. Halo, Now Plymouth; W. A
Fnrls nnd wlfo, Crnno; 11. H. Cnr
son, Wolsor; Ernest Itoothlor, Draw
Fay; Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Jordan,
Emmott; Clnudo Wells, Harper; II.
T. Adrian, Duhl; J. F. I.aFond.
Dolno; John S. Frnser, Owyhee; W.
M. Lees, Juntura; Patrick Kcane,
Vale; Angus McLean, Doulah; Win,
Darling, Hlversldo; W. 11. Gates,
linker; E. S. Ilnyno. Mldvnlo;
Dwlght Mnxwoll, Harper; Laroy
Smith, Hooper, Wnsh; It D. Har
row, Vnlo; A. C. Mnnlmnti, Payette:
J II. Itlnohart and wlfo. Now Ply-
mouth; George ainlr. LnGranilo;
rty rir T vi
Y ici ' - jA -asueygijrtt
2. Finished Family Service
3. Rough Dry
-4. Tumble White
rpHIS is a service which we have originated for thoso who wish to .
put the burden of the family washing upon the LAUNDRY, but
for one reason or another do not care to avail themselves of our
ROUGH DRY or FINISHED FAMILY SERVICE.
TN our TUMBLE WHITE service we will take your white goods, and
any other coloi-3 that you care to have washed with your whites,
wash them and dry them in our TUMBLER.
"7"0UR goods will be washed by themselves, without marking, dried
J- soft and fluffy and returned the next day after they are taken.
A S we are making the price on TUMBLE WHITE as low as pos
- sible, we require the customer to furnish a laundry-bag of un"
bleached muslin. We will both collect and deliver in this bag, and so
save paper, twine and wrapping. This bag will be washed each time.
WE will collect in that part of town south of the hospital road,
Villa Park and Terrace Heights, on Thursdays and Saturdays;
East-side and Riverside Tuesdays and Fridays; and the Central part
of town Mondays and Wednesdays.
DY a little planning, the use of white cotton undergarments, white
- hosiery, light colored dresses, etc., you can send your entire
family wash in the TUMBLE WHITE bag.
The Price is 6c per pound with a minimum of $1.00
Amos, Itoothlor, Hlvorstdo; F. Fnl
korson, Pnyetto; F. C. Jntncs and
In The Circuit Court of tho Stale of
Oregon for the County of Malheur
John A. Flock, Plaintiff
May E. Flock, Defendant
To May E. Flock, tho above nam
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
You aro horoby required to i p
pear nnd nnswer tho complntnt f'lfd
ngnlnst you In tho nhovo entitled
Biilt on or boforo tho oxplrntlon of
six weeks from the date of the first
publication of 1 1 1 i h miinmoriH, the
snmo being tho last day of tho time
proscribed by order of tho court
directing service of summons In said
suit to bo mado upon you br publi
cation; and If you fall so to niiHwor,
for want thorcof, tho plaintiff will
apply to tho court for tho rellof de
manded in tho said complaint, to
wlt: For a doer 3 of said court dis
solving tho bonds of matrlmonv now
oxlstlng between plaintiff and ilcfcn
dont, nnd granting tho plnintlff nn
nbsoluto divorco from you, nnd for
nil other relief. demnnded In the snld
You aro further notified that this
xiimnioiiH Is served upon you bv pub
lication In pursunnco of nn ordor of
tho Hon. Dnlton Htggs, Judgo of
mid Court, which order wns made
nnd entered In said causa on Febru
ary 2, 1921, and d'rocto I that this
summons bo put -'hod oncn each
week for six surer -slvo wcoks In the
"Ontario Argus". That dnto of tho
first publication of this ! -onn Is
Fobrunry 3, 1921, nnd th Innt pub-
Mention' Is on Mrrrb 17, 1921.
W. W WPfM),
Attornoy for tli P'n'ntlff.
My rnsldnnc! nnd post offlc" ad
dress is at Ontario, Oregon.
E8THAY NOT1 -FOro blnrk two
year old coll Pronged J loft shoul
dor 33 left stifel. Owner plonse
nay ror this ml nnd rnl for colt.
J. F. Pholnn, llonltn, Oro. 0-10
ANNOUNCEMENT Wo nro now
located In tho building formerly oc
cupied by tho llluobird Grill Phono
9B. Ontario Electric Co. 9-tf.
In Tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon for the County of Malheur
COHNELIUS HYAN, Plnlntlff.
Mary Jano Jiinoy, II. N. Macomb,
Dossa Macomb, George W. Dlanton,
Jr., Ellon L. Dlanton; also all other
pontons or parties unknown claim
ing nny right, title, estnto, lien or In
terest in tho real estnto described In
tho complaint heroin j
To Mary Jano Jnnoy, II. N. Ma
comb, Dessn Macomb, Gcorgo .
Dlanton, Jr., Ellon L. Dlanton, nnd
nlso all other poraoiiB or parties un
known claiming nny right, tltlo, es
tate, lion or Interest In tho real es
tate doscrlbed in tho complaint bore
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
You and each of you id a horo i -required
to npponr nnd answer the
complaint filed against you in the
nbovo ontltlod suit on or boforo tlio
expiration of bIx wcoks from tho
dato of tho first publication of this
summonB, tho samo bolng tho last
day of tho tlmo proscribed by order
nt II, n wmrl illrnclllH' nnrvlcO Of
Bumtuons In Bald cnUBO to bo mode
upon you by publication; nnd If you
fnll so to nnswor, for want thorcof,
tho plaintiff will apply to tho court
for tho rellof domnnded In said com
For n decreo of snld court quiet
ing plnlntlff's tltlo t Lots Number
ed 14, 1G nnd lfi in Dlock 44 In
tho City of Ontnrlo, Malheur County.
Orogon, nnd adjudging that you and
each of you hnvo no right, title,
Hen, estnto or Intorest In ald real
estate, nnd that plaintiff's tltlo to
tho sarno Is good and volld as
against you, nnd for nil other rollef
domniidod In Hnid complntnt
You nro furthor notified that this
summons Is sorvod upon you by pub
llcnt'on In pursuance of nn ordor of
tho Hon. Dalton Dlggs, Judgo of this
Court, which nnld ordor was mado
nnd cntorcd In snld cause on Fobru
nry 2nd, 1921, nnd directed thnt
this summons bo publlshod onco
each weak for six successive wcjks
In tho "Ontnrlo Argus." Tho first
publication of this HUinmons Is on
Fob. 3, 1021, nnd tho last publica
tion Is on March 17, 1021.
W, W. WOOD, , , i,
Attorno- for Plaintiff
My rcsldcnco nnd post offlco nil
dress Is nt Ontnr'o, Orogon.
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