The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, June 30, 1921, Image 8

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THE ONTARIO ARGTJS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUSpT30, 1921
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LOCAL PERSONALS
Miss Mildred Conklln who accom
panied lier motlicr to Cove, Orcg6n
last weak wilt upend tho Bummer
with tier gratidparants Mr, and Mrs.
N, Eckorsley vlilo Mrs.' Conklln at
tends summor normal.
Horn to Mr. anil Mrs. Walter
Hum, a boy, Monday, "Juno 27, Mrs.
Alta Stowart, a sister of Mrs. Horn
Is spending a couplo of weeks with'
nor.
Itox Marquis was In Ontario on
buslnoss WodnoHday. Mrs. Marquis
spout tho day with her paronts Mr.
nnd Mrs. Dullard Just wont of On
tario. Mrs. Kd Durhln nnd children
woro Sunday guests at tho homo of
nor brother Tom Stowart.
Mrs. Vera Flno and Imhy visited
Tuosday at tho J. L. CI my homo.
Ml us Kdna Doty and Mrs. Andra
Underwood visited with Mrs. Geo.
Iloomo at I'ayetto Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Vv L. Koller of
I'ayetto visited their dnughtor, Mrs.
Harry Howo Saturday and thon
motored on to Morldlan to visit at
tho homo of anothor dnughtor Mrs.
Trod Bhorman.
Mrs. L. II. I'ntton spont Monday
at tho homo of her parents Mr. nnd
Mrs. Ed Borry.
Ouy Stovor roturnod Monday from
tho Interior and will join his father
at Moadows, Idaho, tho last of tho
wcok.
Sol Gray and wlfo who woro ro
contly marrlod at Nam pa aro spend
ing tho wcok with tho J. I.. Gray
family.
Itov, Martin of Nazarono church
and Mrs. Cllf Sanford woro Tuesday
visitors at Tom Stawnrts.
I.onoro Jones roturnod homo Tues
day ovonlng from the homo of hor
grandparents J. Adklns near Now
Plymouth whoro sho stayod during
( .tho Illness of hor mother, Mrs. Nan
Jones.
Wlllard Itntcllffo and wlfo motor
ed from Soattlo for a visit with Mr.
Hntcllffo's paronls F .A. Itntcllffo.
Thoy oxpoctod to nrrlvo Tuesday but
motor troubles dotatned them till
Friday. Thoy started homo todny
(Thursday.)
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cnnflold linvo
Rono to their homostond near Iron
sldo for tho summer. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Horschol Drown will leave Sunday
for n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Can
flold. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Cnyou Icavo
Saturday In tholr car for a summer's
visit with tholr daughter, Mrs.
Htovo Knupal of Itonnn, Montana.
Mrs. Duvo Dunbar and daughter
Holoti roturnod Inst wook from Cat
tfornla whoro thoy hnvo boon spend
ing tho wlntor.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dlvln of Nyssn
spoilt Sunday with Mrs. Dlvln's
mothor Mrs. Dan Purcoli.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilonry Casldny aro
tho croud paronts of n baby daugh
ter whom thoy hnvo named Evadna.
Hlio nrrlved at tholr homo on Mon
day. Arthur Nichols of Ironsldo was In
Ontario yostorday on buslnoss.
W. C. Stono spout tho first of tho
wook In Portland attending tho
meeting ot ho Stato IIlKhwny Com
mission. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Gordon spent
Sunday In Vale vIsIIIur with Mrs.
Gordon's sister, Mrs. Lewis Drock
and family.
Mrs. W. W. Lotson roturnod Tuos
day from Portland.
1'. M. Grelg wns called to Iowa
Saturday by tho death of his mother.
Miss Kutherlue Kobout accompan"1
lod hor father, T. T. Kohout, to
Dolso Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Powers and
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. W. Howland woro
at LockWt Inst woek end on n flsh-
IriR trip:
Mrs. Goo. Lyolls returned Satur
day from a two weeks visit with her
daughter, Mrs. E. A. ltlegor of Dolso.
Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Peterson hnd
ns their guest last weok Mr. Petor
son's nnco, Sidney Smith of Limn,
Colorado, who has been In Califor
nia and will nttend homecoming
weok at Council Orove, Kansas bo
foro ho returns homo. Mr. Petor
son had not seen his undo for fif
teen years.
ltev. nnd Mrs. Hobert of Dolse
woro guests of Mr nnd Mrs, Lack
noss sevoral dnys tho past wcok.
Joo Dradbury and family have
moved hero from Nnmpn
bury Is an O. S," L. engineer nnd
has been transferred to tho .Ontnrlo
Drognn trnln left Snturduy foe Wolf
Crcok, Oregon whero thoy expect to
spont tho noxt year.
Andreas Frelber of Frultlaud wns
In town todny nnd stated that he
has routed his ranch and Mrs, Frol
her nnd hlmsolf will travel J05 a
year boforo locating. Thoy expect
to go to Portland, Scattlo nnd Cali
fornia nnd If thoy do not find a
location Hint suits them better will
return to this locality.
PEEVISH PERSON'S WILD
HEAVES THROWS CIA SI U A WAV
(Continued From Page Ono)
awny In tho first when with two
wild heaves to tho bases ho loft
two mon on from whonco thoy
scored on Hoy Smith's first hit. Hay
was tho clouting ntnr of tho after
noon with thrco safeties. In fact
ho nnd Oliver woro tho only ones
who hit Ponson moro than onco.
Tho gnmo was marred sllghtoly by
tho baby work of Ponson who show
ed constant dlsplcasuro at the urn-
Mr. Drnd-Jplrlng. Even tho Kmmott fnns wuro
disgusted.
Ontario goes to Caldwell Sundnv
for n two gnmo serins and play horo
with somo Indepondont team n wook
from tho following Sundny, slnco
Nnmpn declines to return to Ontario
nftor tho trimming nccorded hor
hero two wcoks ago.
SOCIETY
Tho W. C. T. U. mot Tuesday with
Mrs, A. L. Hunter. Tho progrnm
was In tho Interest of child wolfnro.
Tho consecration sorvlco ot children
wns very Improsslvoly conductod by
Mrs. Troxoll. A number of children
Jolnod tho crndlo roll of tho W. C.
T. U. and woro docorntod by Mrs.
Troxoll with n whlto ribbon, tho
omblom of tho order. Thoro wns
a program consisting of readings,
Instrumental music and songs. Mrs.
Hunter was assisted by Mrs. J. P.
Joyco nnd Mrs. Hobart In serving de
licious refreshments.
Mrs. I. K. Oakos cntortnlnod tho
Monday Drldgo Club.
Tho Wodnosdny Drldgo Club mot
this wook with Mrs.K. C. Van Pot-ten.
Kmmott
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Clnrk, If
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Ponson, p
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Coffee', rf
Drown, ss
Lark, 2b
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AHUNDANT IKED CERTAIN IOR
.MALHEUR COUNTY' STOOK.MEN
Although thoro will bo less than
a normal crop of alfalfa harvested
In tho county this season owing to
tho plowing dono by somo ot .tho
furmers who could sea 'tho light,
nnd tho depredations of tho
wcovll, tho stockmen hnvo no
worries ns to whoro thoy will
Kot food for tho Interior ranees.
pastures and mendows wilt yield tho
most nbundant crop of feod f,or
many years. Cattto hnd sheep are
fattor than thoy have boon for
years at this season of tho year and
tho prospects look good for tho
stockman who needs cash, to ship
n lot ot stuff, grass fat, Instead of
having to put It Into tho feod lots
or soil as fcodors.
From tho cattle sections como ro
ports that thero will bo moro than
sufficient food for wlntor needs,
somo hay growors In tho Interior
being In doubt about It paying to
harvest alt ot tholr crops. Attor
tho long grind of tho past threo or
four yours, things cortaluly look
bettor to livestock mon but hay
farmers who depend on tho Bale of
tholr crops aro not fooling so op
tomlstlc now thnt conditions havo
shifted from tho war time status.
Total 1 G 24 4
Ontnrlo It II 0 A E
Dnrnoll, 2b' 2 0 110
Chnpmnn, ss , 3 0 12 0
Oliver 0 2 2 11 0 1
Smith! m V 0 3 10 0
Lackey, lb 0 19 0 0
Hamann, rf 0 0 10 0,
Hustod, 3b , 0 12 2 1
Jenkins, If 0 0 10 0
Wolls p 00010
Nowblll, p 10 0 4 1
Clomo 0 0 0 0 0
Leo Aloxnndor of tho Indepondont
Mnrkot sales forco loft Mondny for
n two wcoks visit with his parents
at Durango, Colorado.
. Tho Congregational Ladles Aid
will moot Wodncsdny, July 0, with
Mrs. Holon Clomont.
CANDIDATES CONKER WITH
OREGON HENATOIt AT WEISEH
P. J. Gulliighor nnd Jullou A.
Hurley who aro respectively candi
dates for tho position of United
Statos District nttornoy for Oregon
nnd Alaska districts drovo to Wols
or Tuesday afternoon to confor with
Senator It. N. Stanflohl who wns In
Wolsor that day onrouto hack to
Washington. Tho quest ot tho can
didates was Indifferently successful,
Judging by tholr uttltudos on tholr
roturn. When It cnino down "to
cases' 1 rolnttvo to tholr particular
doslrcs' tho Sonator woh as cam
munlcatlvo ns tho provorblal clam.
Whllo thoy securod no definite In
formation tho Job hunters woro en
couraged nnd not nt nil dlspondont.
It. W. Swngler nccampnnlod them on
tho trip.
Totnls 8 7 27 10 3
Scoro by Innings:
Kmmott 000000010-1
Ontnrlo 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 x-8
hnltod for Drown In 9th. bnttod
for Lark In 9th. Struck out by Pon
son 12, by Wolls l.by Nowblll 10
In 8 Innings. lilts of Wolls 1 In
ono Inning, off Nowblll 4 In 8 In
nings. 8tolen bases Dnrnoll 1 Chap
man 1- teft on basos, Ontnrlo 0,
Kmmott 0. Enrnod runs Ontnrlo 1.
Tho ladles ot tho Catholic Aid
ontortalnod tho mombcrs -of tho K.
C. Lodgo with a card party at tholr
lodgo rooms Tuosday ovenlng.
FOIl BALE Ford Touring car.
Call at Argus Offlco. ,30-tf
LEGION DANCE TO FEATURE
HIIUDKItrS JAZZ ORCHESTRA
The American Ieglon commlttoo
which Is giving tho Loglon dances
nt the Legion hnll Hits summor has
secured tho services ' of the well
known Shubort Orchcstrn of Chlcn
go for tho danco which Is to bo hold
Saturday ovenlng. The Shuberts are
not unknown In this section, having
been here last summer nnd aro by
far ono of tho bost of the travel
lug musical organizations.
FORMER HKCHirrAHV TO IDAHO;
SOLON VISITS IN ONTARIO
ROOSEVELT PAID HIGH
TRIBUTE TO STEFANSS0N
Theodora Roosevelt said to Stefnns
Bon, tho famous Arctic explorer who Is
to lecture at Chautauqua this year:
"Htnfunsson, thero are few men In the
world whom I envy, but you arc one
or them."
Ilarpcra' Magazlno said recently:
"All the world's heroism has not been
concentrated on the battlefields during
the past years. Whllo tho war has en
grossed tho world's attention, this ex
plorer bus dared and won Importunt
bloodless buttles against snow and Ice
nnd darkiies For flvo years Vllhjul
in 11 r Stefunsson wus extending the
boundaries of tho scientific world, his
progress only guessed at by those who
waited cugcrly for news of him. For
over n year he was given up for lost
until tho good news traveled south
ward thnt ho was still alive.
FOIl 8ALB OH THADE for cow,
Tent Housa 10x16. Inlaid linoleum
covered floor, scrooncd on four
sides. Woll flttod for family use.
Phono 20G-W-3. p.
FOR SALE At bargain, Now
Itomlngtoti Typewriter, Model No
11. Boa F. J. Clomo nt Depot Ex
pross Office.
PIANO LESSONS given to begin
ners COc. Call Miss Sailer, Phono
4S-H, or First liouso north ot Ad
vontlst church. 27-20 p.
FOURTH OF JULY PRICES
. ON
WHITE HATS
WE HAVE A VERY COM
PLETE LINE OF WHITE
HATS IN STRAWS AND
CREPES IN MANY
STYLES AND SHAPES
WHEN
PRICES AND QUALITY
' ARE CONSIDERED WE
CAN SERVE YOU BEST
Osborn Millinery
ONTARIO : : : : OREGON
FOR RENT Modorn threo room
apartment, across from Maoro Hotol
Mrs. Helta Payno. 20-tf.
Lots 03 to 72 both Inclusive,
Dlock 9 Villa Park far salo. Wrlto
Dox 1CG4, Dolso, Idaho. 27-30.
ORIFFITH ELECTRIO 8IIOP.
Agency Lnun-Drl-Etto Washing Mn
clilno. All kinds of Eloctrlc Wiring.
ffipranTB
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ITSL-VIK-
The Sign of
a. Service i
At Fim-doM Garage 1
and other Dealer
I (22iHiiiUA5iUIB I
Earl Venable who for tho past 12
years has enjoyed tho privilege of
watching the big gamo In Washing
ton from tho vnntaeo nolut of sec.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. Powers drovo rotary to Senator William E. Ilornli
ovor to Dolso lust Friday for a cou
ple of days and woro uccompnnlod
homo by Mrs. Powers' cousin Miss
Dorothy Vernon of Dolso.
Mr. and Mrs. Alox Hluton of
Prluovlllo roturnod homo last woek
after a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. E.
A. Ruthorford nnd Mrs. Etta Stev
enson. Mrs. Stevenson accompanied
thorn homo for a visit returning
Tuesday,
n visit rotumlng Tuesdny.
Miss Charlotto Clngett returned
Wednosday from tho Unlvorslty of
Michigan, at Ann Arbor to spend tho
summer with hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. W. Clugott.
KCTiWHHWWjtvv
wag In Ontario yesterday for a short
time with David I. Peterson of Pay-
otto. Mr. Vonublo who years ago
was a Payette boy and Inter editor
ot tho Payette Independent before
Joining the Statesman staff from
which ho went to the senatorial
secretaryship, Is now a Payette bus
luoss man. Like nil men who havo
been under tho spoil ot the big
political game In Washington the
.lure of tho capital Is still strong with
him and Mr. Venable Is uncertain
whether or not he wilt remain In
tho West or go back to the big
show.
COULD MAKE GROUP OF .
WOODEN INDIANS SING
ThsVs What They 8ay About Walter
Jenkins, Song Leader.
That community singing Is "good
medicine" for every community Is the
belief of Walter Jenkins, prominent
community song leader who comes to
Chautuuqua on tho fifth day, He says,
"When we sing together our moods
draw closer together. We feel alike;,
we think In ternn of the group,"
Someone bus sold thnt "Walter Jen
kins could moke a group of wooden
ONTARIO HEX STEPS UP TO LAV
CM1SI PLACE IN DIO EGG SUN
Ontario has a numbor of hens who
nro bolleved to be worthy of a place
In tho big egg nun. Last week n
Whlto Leghorn hen belonging to J.
A Dartlott laid an egg which meas
ured eight Inches around the long
axis, and six and one quarter the
other and wolghed Just a shade
under four ouncos. Not long ago a
hon owned by Loo D. Cockrum pre
sented Its owner with one that was
Just a shade smaller both ways, be
ing seven and throe quarters by six
Inches and welghod threo and throe
fourths ouncos.
Indians sing." He certainly possesses
the uucauny ability of putting every
audience la good humor. During 1017
and 1018 he was Northwest Song Lead
er for the Army and Navy Camps and
since that time has been Community
Song Leader of Portland, Oregon, Dur
ing his program Mr. Jenkins will also
present a few baritone solos.
TOR YOUR JULY 4th
PICNIC
WE HAVE
BOILED HAMS
PRESSED CORIN BEEF
HAM STYLE BOLOGNA
WEINERS, ETC
We also carry a full line of
Canned Meats, in fact, everything
for the picnic spread. And re
member we sell cheaper because
we sell for cash.
ONTARIO MEAT & GROCERY CO.
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