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THE ONTARIO AUQUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919.
0 m -- iVrin.iL. Mr nnd Mrs J. J. Hny of Now t 'News Notes From Frnitland Bench By Mrs. L. Rudolph Hollcnbcclc. Dr. Pnxton nni C. Lurch, locnl ynnl manager, went to IIoIbo Monday In tlio Interests of tlio coal Blluntlon. Aftor limbing nn nffldnvlt to tlio critical Blluntlon In-I-'rultlnnd regard liiK no conl thoy wcro rowarded with n promlflo of a car of wood within n fow dnyB, Mr. ntul Mrs. LucIub Cook anil children loft Mondny of this week for their homo In Nebraska after n visit -with rolntlvcfl. Mrs. Sndlo Shank Is homo from a vlfllt with her boh In Kmmctt. ' Mrn. A. neckley, of Crane, OrcRon, Ih tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Tackott. Prod AhlBtrnnd la In Spoknno rep resenting tho KrultRrowors' Associa tion at tho Applo bIiow. Ilnv. Charles Orlffln, pnBtor of tho I'lrBt llnptlst Church, llolso, was tho guest of ltov. I M, liurtch on Mon-dny. Miss Helen Davis and Leo Troxoll woro married Thursday and left that ovonltiR for Portland. Thoy will re turn to Frulttond In tho sprlnR. Frank lllch, hrothor of L. II. lllch, arrived from North Dakota to spend tho winter here. Mr. and Mrs. I'. D. IIosboii nnd Mr. mil Mrs. Ames motored to Wclser .Wodn'osday. Tho Misses VlrRlnla and l.oo l'nx ton wcro In I'ayclto for tho week ond with Miss Kvn Wilson, n was Miss VlrRlnla Ady. Mondny night alio lit 40 of tho I-'rultlanil Christian Kndonvnr young people mnilo up a hnppy slolRhlnR party, ondltiR up for refreshments nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. It. 0. Wil son In I'nyetto. 8undny Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Hwnli, of Twin I'nlls, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Warn- pier of Nnnipa and Mr. nnd Mrs. High of Now riymoutli, woro riiosIb of Mrs. U. II. Kby nii, family. Mr. and Mr. Merle Coon havo ro tiiriied from Portland nnd nrn stnv. Iiir nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. It. H. Kuleli whllo thoy nro In Pnrtlmul vIsltliiR their dnURhtor, Mrs. t'hnrlos Pntlinal nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Drown nnd .Mr. nnd Mrs. N. A. Peacock molorci in WolHor Sunday to sea Mrs. A. I.. KIiiRsl.ury, who linn lieon III with pneumonia. Mr, and MrA. Wnmplor of Nampn nro vIsltliiR Prultlnnd friends. Mr. Wnmplor will remain with Mrs. Khv whllo Mr. Wnmplor rocs to l'nlk to improva his ranch. On Monday n tolcRrnnt wns ro colvcd stnthiR Hint tho mother of Mtb. A. 1). KlilrldRo, nnd grand mother of Mrs. Mnry Diirnclt, hnd died on Sunday nt l.eotl, Knnsns. OcorRO Darnell with n largo crow or men, has finished tlio concrete work on tho Farmers' ditch. John Door, son of Mr. mid Mr. Oeorgo Door, recently returned from ovorsens, wns mnrrled Dccomhor 4th, to Miss Thclmn Itcufrnnu nt Vnlo, OrcRon, whero'thoy will umbo their homo. Tho Klffo PnckliiR house linn clos ed for tho yenr nnd tho mnnnRors. Floyd Sanders nnd Charles llartlov. hnvo returned to tholr homos nt Hin- inctt. Miss Volmn flpnuihowor tniiRht tho Koconil Rrndo Thursday nn.i Friday whllo Mrs, Knndorknr was III nt homo, On hnturny nflomoon Mis Fern I.lnck onlortnlned tho momhers of hor Sundny school clnss In tho M H. church. B Plymouth, wr-ro Ruests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Punch Sundny. Mr. nnd MrB. John Anderson nnd dniiRhtor woro dinner RitoMts of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Gardner. Tho Frultland W. ('. T. tl. will meet Wednesday, Dccomhor 17th, 2:30 o'clock. Officers for tho com Iiir yenr will ho oloctcd. Tho Poyotto and Frultland girls at tlio I.owlston Normnl will roturn homo for tho Christmas vacation on Dccomhor 20th. Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry Mousor nnd son, Howard, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Itntipart nnd win, Jnmtw, wcro ginst- of Mr. mid Mrs. Sam Phillips Sundny. 1 Mr. mid Mrs. M. Puchort enter- tnlticd to dinner Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs William Hollcnhcck. IIAITIST CHUHCII In ncordnnco with tho fuol restric tions thcro will ho only tho mornliiK Korvlco. , lllblo school, 10:00. Piihllc worship, 11:00. Subject, "If tho Dlble Is Truo, Thon What?" Lot every ouo coma for n helpful cervlco. MKTIIODI8T CIIUHCII. "My Sundny services: 10:00 A. M Sunday school. 11:00 A. M PrcnchliiR, Friends." 7 P. M. Kpworth I.eaRiio at homo of A. I.. McDowell. As wo nro only permitted to hnvo ono sorvlco nt oliurch, by order of the fuol ndmlnlslrntor, let us nil nt- tonil nnd fio mnko It a Reed ono, , UNITKD PltlCSIIVTF.ltl.W 10:00, lllblo school. 11:00, Public worship Sermon Bubject, "Man." W. V. Cochran I DEC. 15-16 MDAY ANH TUESDAY SPECIAL accaseecscs act Dustin Farnum in A Man's Fight it-2E-n item T3fek ifl ; ,. vil nil nc?ni tNt.Ti, o. .. AN smashing big story of East and West You saw "The Light of Western Stars Now see "A Man's Fight" Remember, two complete shows Starts 7:15 Dreamland Theatre H Why make Sunday a day of work for your wife, cooking over the hot stove, when you can take family to the ...fOJT... tfundaif S)inheri 9 The "BLUE BIRD" For Happiness and Pure Food ALLIES MAY WANT 10 KNOW Likely to Aek for Facta Concerning Cond.tlon of the Famous Oer- man War Cheit. In the days before the war the itistlc of .Spumbiii, Mmn eight miles north west of llorlln, was famous ns the of ficial repository of the (lorjimn wiir chest. In tint Julius tower of the ens tin wnw stored some r.!U.(x)0.Mirt murks In gold, llio money helm: I'Hrt of the war Indi'iiinlly puld by I'runco In 1ST1. Thcro It was kept "for tin purpose of Immediate uho In case of war." Wlmt hitppciH'l to tbU gold nmorvo In 101-1 It) nut known, but tin Interesting side light Is thrown on the k'rt'iit treasure chest by the nccoiint wlilcli bus Just cniiin to hand from llerlln describing how souio 1!0,000,000 lei wns n-iently nlmtructed from tho "citadel ut Span iliiti," ilurliiK tho ilUturbiiiices which followed the nIkiiIiik of tho iinnUtlcf. The money, which was part of the Hiiioiiut hurriedly removed from Hon mnntu when that country wns eviicu led, wns lodged In the citadel "bo cniiiio there wns no room for It In the Julius tower." Now, what the outside world Is liiterosted to know -. Wits this Itoumnnhiu money crowded nut of the Julius tower becnuso the Julius tower was already tilled to overllow Ing with specie? To he Mint It whh u lu rue Mini that claimed mluillnii. no Iim than NX),(XH,uuo lei, but ilivii iiny one who knows the Julius lower knows Unit It Is u InrRo place. KCIIOOIj CIIIMUtKN AHKCl) HOW MANV DltlNK MII.K II. P, I.owls, principal of tho schools of Ontario, nnd tho teachers of tho locnl schools hnvo been nuked to co-opcrnto In mnklne n milk sur vey to ascertain how ninny children nro getting no milk In tholr diet. Tho work Ik simple hut Is retarded ns Im portant In that It calls attontlon to 'tho Rrent food valuo of milk and dairy products. Tho plan Is that of tho Oregon Dairy Council, nn educa tional organization thnt has tho co operation of tho Stuto Agricultural College and tho Indorsement of tho bureau of health, tho stnto suprlu- tendont of schools, tho Orogon Par- ont-TonehcrH ami tho Orogon I'edorn tlon of Women's Clubs, tho Stnto Chamhor of Commorco mid other or gunlzutlons mid persoun of promlu euco. In Portland It woh found that when tho survey was mado there woro r702 children uudor II years of ngo getting no milk In their diet Follow up work toachlng the food value of dairy products, lectures nt meotliiRH nnd talks by tho teacher, all voluntarily done, Incrss-d the uso nnd rnlsud tho honllli stiiiidurd wonderfully. Tho returns will bo tent to tho Or egou Dairy Con noil's odueutlnunl ill rector, IMIth Knight Mill, lun.i llrondwuy bulldliiK, Portland, wbi will compllo mid publish them HIS THREE R'S Cicada Dee Not Travel. The renl locust Is a sort of noiundlc militant. Its hordes, like those of . Alllln tho lluu, bweep hltltfr and you, , idwuys on tho move, dovtrnylug as they go. Tho clcndn Is n homo body. Tho tree from which any indlUduul , clcndn dropped ns a newly hatched ! larvn 17 years uco Is the exact Tree' under which he will emerge on Ids next appearance, up which he will crawl to cast bis pupul fekln, nnd In which hv will meet bis mato nod blng his love song. In which ho will pass Ids days of decrepitude, nnd from which, In u few c weeks his dead body will fall, nlmost ' upon tho spot whero he ns a Inrvn felt 17 years before and burrowed Into tho ground. Baby Was Poor Company, While Ted was stuudlng In front of tho grocery store a woman friend come along wheeling her llvc-montbs-old son. Mho asked Ted If he would watch the bnby until sho came out of tho store. Ted replied with "wire." About live minutes later, on coming out of tho store, fcho nsked: "Did you find my sou good company, Ted!" "No, ma'am," answered Ted. "Why, I bad to do all the talking und bo would not ercu say one word."