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TllE ONTARIO AUG US, ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 29, 1920.
f I Douglas Fairbanks "rmfci. ""'Si Douains Fairdhnhj1 is at Dreamland Theatre in his newest picture His Majesty the American Here's a picture for you-a romance with a regular hero and heroine and oodles of villus an' every thing. And such a hero! He cleans up everything from New York to the Mexican Horder and then hops to Europe to show them how to handle a revolution. Can he do it? Well, you know Doug! Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 2 and 3 Amatures Make your snapshots as per fect as those made by a Professional We specialize i n developing and finishing amature 'photo graphs. Also in making en largements. No matter how small the print. To encourage the amature we offer to develop your negative from 15 to 20 cents per roll. Service is our talking point. Twenty-four-hour service is guaran teed on all amature work by Seligman's Studio "Photos that are different" Ontario, Oregon, Phone 133-W IFRUITLAND RENGHNEWS JUNDIRA NEWS NOTES Mr. ami Mm. l). H. Humor of Flro QJilof I.oula Kroesslu con- Xhihihi woro lu Ontario on litmlncw Tutadnyv quorctl n ulego of tlio grip ami was n hi a to return o work again Tuos-day. ,KIlUlTIiANn, Jan. 28. Miss l.nurn llozoltlno was hostess nt tlio Kiirprlso party Riven by tbo Juniors Saturday evening nt tbo Itczcltluc homo honoring Miss Alleon l.cc, who Is leaving thls-wcolc with lior iiarciits for Wemloll, where they expect to llvo. HtrKiirr-Cnrirr At tlio homo of Mr. and Mrs. 13. A. Htnngor Sunday afternoon nt 2::i0 occurred a very pretty homo wed ding when their eldest uughter, Miss Myrtle Slegnor, was united In mnr rlago to Mr. Wilbur Carter, son of Mr. nml Mrs. Silas Carter, of Now Plymouth. Ilov. ('. Hlco, cnngrcRn tlonal minister of New l'lymouth, porformeil tbo ceremony. Those present worn Mr. anil Mrs. Silas Car ter, of Now Plymouth, Miss Marthn Wilson, of l'nycttc, mid Mr. Grant (Inrduor. Mr. mid Mrs. Cnrtof left Sunday evening for Uolso for a short trip when thoy wilt bo at homo on n ranch near New Plymouth within n fow dnys. Mrs, Carter Is bolovijd by all who know her mid It Is tbo earn- ost wish that they will both bo happy mid prosperous. Mr. mid Mrs. C. K. Ilarncs nro moving this week to Hnglo where Mr. Ilnrncs has purchnsed a ranch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kvorett Smith have rented tlio Shaw ptaco for tbo coming year. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Adams, of Pay ette, camo up Saturday mid visited over Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Clyde Ilurd, mid family. Mr. mid Mrs, Adams loft Monday of this week for California for tlio boneflt or 'Mrs, Adams' health. 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Jonas Hosteller are spending tlio winter In California , Mr mid Mrs. Henry Mauser nro visiting relatives In Ilorkuley, Call I fomla, nnd will spend two months 'enjoying the California climate. I Mrs. I M. llurtch entertained tlio I following Kuosts Sunday to dlnner: I Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Prior mid llttlo 'son mid Mrs. Kiln Oliver, of Now I Plymouth mid Aubrey (lladdlsb mid Kenneth Kdson. Arthur Orcntt was taken to On tnrlo hospital Saturday for an opera t (mi for nppenillcltls. Mrs. C. Drowning was also opor nti'd on for nppendlcitlR anil Is re rnvnrliiR nicely, Mr. Plckolsliuor wns rnllod to Pny- ntlo Saturday mornliiR by tlio sorlous IIIiicmm of hor ilmiRlitor, Mrs. McNola, who died Suiiilay mornliiR. Mrs. MoN'onl wns only 18 yenrs old and hail been married but two months. Hlio recolved n fall soon nftor hor marrliiRo which rosultod In paralysis. Pneumonia followed, being III with It only a fow days.- Honry Flack, who rccontly camo horo from Nebraskai boiiRht tlio I). C. Hlakosloy ranch of ton acres last wook, paying for It 0000. Milan Davis, county commissioner of the Frultlantl district, has sold his rnneh of eighty ncres tbrco miles southoaKt of rrultlniuLto his brothor In law, Mr. Wright, mid lias purclms ed tlio II. R, Itoblnsou buiignlow In Frultlnnd, where thoy will resldo. A. I. Uorhnm nnd Walter Oorhnm went to Cnscado Monday on biuluoss. Mr. mid Mrs. K. A. Ptlly of Ilakor, who purchased tlio Manomnii olght noros, hnvo arrived nml taken possos slon. Mr. and Mrs. Duoll. who nccu. plod tbo place, aro visiting relatives. Charles Doyston nnd family have niovod to tbo J. M. Iloyston ranch. Mm. Itoysto'n nnd fomlly have moved I Into Frulllnnd In tlio II. 55. Taylor I homo. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 7.. Taylor hnvo movod to tholr ranch. Thuy ox- poet to ro to Cnllfomla shortly for n I visit.' I Jim SnrRood has roiio to Portland whom ho will ontor nn nutomnbllo IsOllOol. Hi wlfn will fntlnw lntnr Mr. AUpnugli mid Mr. aravos woro In Frultnnd Inst week lookliiR for n location. Whllo hero they woro Kiionts of II. M. I.owls and family. I.ou Kthorton and Mrs. I.ou Wnllor. brother and slstor, woro called to Illinois this week by tbo serious Ill ness of tholr fnthor. Mr. mid Mrs. Laurel Wells wont to Uolso Saturday to seo Mrs. Oeorge llolbrook of Ola, sister of Mr. Wolls, who is In a hospital 111. Mr. and Mrs. William MoKeown of i I.oSour, Minn., nro tlio guests of Mr. Uleorgo MoKeown, brothor, nnd fam 'lly. Mrs. Jnko Smertch wont to Hqise last week to meet hor husband. They will mako tholr homo thoro. Grant Williams loavoa this week fur MoMlnnvlllo CoIIoro, whoro ho will begin his studios whlali were In terrupted when Grant Joined tbo ranks. C. M. Fitzgerald of Ilolso visited Sunday at tbo L. J. Meeker homo. J. A. Shlra, who went east a month ago with apples, returned Sunday. His son, O. jt. Shlra, and family camo Monday ovenliiR to make tholr homo hero. Joo Dlvlsh wont to ORilen Satur day with two cars of cattle. JUNTUItA, Or., Jan. 0. Ilov Win. T. Ilnlrd of Ilakor spent n dny lu Junturn last wcok, stopping off on his wny to Crane, Mrs. Dolln Vollmor loft Mondny to tako charfio of tbo hospital at Hums during tlio opldomle thoro. Monto Pearson wns on tbo nick list tnst week but In Improving. Sir. Andrew Graham left Friday for Uolso mid other oulsldo points. GcorRo linker returned from On tario last week with tbo Reed nows that airs, linker, who has been nt the Ontnrlo hospital for some tlmo, Is Rrently Improved. Pnt Ilrogan passed thru Junturn Inst Thursday cm tbo wny to his homo nt lleulah. airs. Lloyd Kdmunilgon returned to hor homo nt Wostfnll last wcok. Stephen Korn of Itlverslde wus n Junturn visitor Inst Wednesday. On Snturdny ovenliiR air. nnd airs. Daniel Gallagher entcrtnlned n num ber of tholr frlonds. Tbo evening was spent pleasantly with Flvo Hun dred mid music. Among those pres ent wero air. nnd airs. I.. P. Dolsolo, air, nnd airs. David Graham, air. and airs. Cnrl Kuehno, air. and airs. Vor nor Hopkins, Dr. mid airs. Hedges, ailss Jnscphlno Knuphusninn, Messrs aicKcunto, aintthesoti, Dreck, Asp, Churchill, Stuart mid Knupusmnu. Henry Welcomo roturnod aiomlny after spcndliiR n number of days In Nnmpn. Albort Altnow passed thru town Inst week on his wny to Vnlo to in tend tlio funeral tit his brother Jn Inw, Clnudo llrlttliigham. George rnrrens arrived from Km- mctt, Idnho, last Wednosdny to tako his mother, airs. John FnrroiiH, who hns boon rosldliiR there, homo with him. Clnronco Drlnkwntor of Drewsey passed thru town-last Tumnlay on his wny to Vnlo. C. A. aturrny was n Junturn vis llnr Inst Wednosdny, On Friday night u University Kx touslon lecture on Alaskn In the Klondyko days with lantern slides wns Riven in tlio Prosbyterlnn church. On Ruiulay night tlio Life of Christ wns rIvoii by slides of fa mous paintings. John Palmer passed thru town last Wednosdny on bis way to Vale Donald ainstcrson, John Frnslor, Frank I.yslo, Jlmmln Jones, Ilabo Drlggars, George Yarber, mid Chnrllo Itlchnrdsou woro nmoiig tho Junturn young peoplo who ntteuiieii the dauco lu IHvorsldo Inst Saturday night. KSTIIAV Cnmo to my ranch In enrly wlntor ono threo year old Hereford heifer; undor bit In onch oar. No othor iiranii or marK visi ble. Ownor may have wuuo by pay ing cost of nil nnd keep. J. II. Son wcard, Oiltarlo, Oro. 210 K to 11 - lairou.Niiixci notici:. Notlco Is horohy given Hint, lu ptirsuanro of Ordlunnco No. 230, or tho City of Ontnrlo, I hnvo tnkon up and Impounded tho following de scribed animals found running nt largo within tho corporato limits of tho City of Ontnrlo, lu ainlhour county, Statu of Oregon, to-wlt: Ono black 4 year old mare, white strip In fnuo, weight about 000 lbi, branded thus on right stifle Ono I yonr old brown hnrso, star In forehead, wolglit about 1000 lbs., ft brandod thus CQ on loft stifle. r and that I will on mo 2nd day of February, 1920, nt tho hour of throe o'clock p. in., of said day offer lor salo nnd will sell to tho hlghost bid der, for onsh In hand, nt tho Itodmill feed barn lu said City of Ontario. Taken up this 21st day of January. 1020. Posted this 23rd dny of Jnmiaiy, 1920. II. C. FAHMEIt, City ainrslml. XOTICi: I'Olt IlIDS. Warm Springs Irrigation District, Soaloil bids will bo rocelved at tho offlco of tho Socretary of the Worni- sprliiRs Irrigation District on or bo foro 12 o'clock, noon, Fob. Hth, 1920, for constructing tho following ditches: , J. 11. IHIili Above tunnel, Stn. 403 to Sta. 437, about C000 Cu. Yds. Iletweon Tunnel nnd Band Hollow Crossing, Sta. 462 to Sta. 4SS. con taining about 2000 Cu. Yds. From South sldo of Sand Hollow Crossing In n Northeasterly direction for a distance of about 3 inlloe. containing about C000 Cu. Yds. Canyon and Sand Hollow Ditch Cleaning mid enlarging about soveu miles of ditch and extending about one-half inllo, about 7000 Cu. Yds. South Cnnnl Extending for a dlstanco of about two miles from end of present ditch, IH AND JEFFS DREAM '8 Wheaton Theatre, Weiser, Tuesday, Feb. 3 The greatest of nil fun entertainments, stimu lating a Nation with its laughter. Funny? Well, yes! It's a scream. The cyclonic implement of mirth and song. Prices 77c,$l and $1.50 plus war tax Seat sale starts Saturday, the 31st, at Cutting's Drug Store, Weiser. Phone in your order. BE A PRIVATE SECRETARY or a BUSINESS MANAGER There is a greater demand lor PIU YATE SEC UETAIHES, BUSINESS .MANAdEKS, EXPEWT INCOME TAX ACCOUNTANTS, AND IIIOH OUADE BOOKKEEPERS AND STENOdUAPII EWS ihaii ever hefore. The demaud is increasing and will continue to increase faster than the .supply To be able to make you realize the uvgent need in ever.wline of business lor young men and women who havcanibition, purpose, courage, and the lieees sai'V business training to fill such positions, WOUU) BE WENDEIiINO YOU, AS WMLb AS T1I12 BUSINESS MEN, THE dUEATEST POSSI-' BLE SEUYTCE. That, is our biggest and most im portant work. Won't you write us for further in formation and do some real thinking along this line I NO ONE HAS EVEN BEEN KNOWN TO LOSE ANYTIIlNd BY WIGHT TIIlNKINd; BIT .MANY AN INDIVIDUAL HAS LOST HIS OP BOKTUNJTY VQH SUCCESS BY HEEUSINd TO THINK AND INVESTIdATE. THIS IS OUR PROPOSITION TO YOU If you will enter our school, finish our Complete Combined, Stenographers' Banking, or our Private Secretarial Course, wo will place you in a position at 100 a month upon leaving school, if possible; if not, we will secure for ,ou the best position obtainable and guarantee to continue to assist you until you have reached a salary oj' at least $100 a month. While the most backward students are reaching the $100 salary many of the more aggressive ones will reach $200 or $2f0 a mouth. WE HAVE MADE GOOD ON THAT PRQPOSI TION WE ARE MAKING GOOD ON IT WE KNOW WE CAN ('ONTINUE TO MAKE GOOD One of our students now finishing our PUIVATE SECKETAKTAI, COURSE lias a position waiting for her to begin Mareh 1, at a salary of $100 a month with the assurance of advancement to $125. We re cently assisted one of our former studtnts to a re sponsible executive position at a salarv of a little more than $2,000 00 a pear with splendid opportun ities for advancement. Another of our former stu dents was recently appointed to a position atlol) a month. Many of our students who have been out of school only a few months are now drawing salaries of $100 a month or more. A COUUSE TN LINK'S WTLL FIT YOU FOH JUST SUCH POSITIONS. CAN YOU AFFOHI) TO NEOLECT Oli EVEN PUT OFF CIETTINd SUCH AX EDUCATION ? Begin now it will mean success to you. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION HAS ALWAYS BEEN OUR SPECIALTY Link's Business College Fully Accredited The school that gets results AY. II. Coppedge, Manager B. c Beetham, Principal Phone 800 1015 Idaho Street Boise, Idaho about 3000 Cu. Yds. Nevada Ditch Cleaning and enlarging, Sta, 337 to Sta. 367, about 2.3 mile, about 1500 Cu. Yds. 1'unneiV Ditch Clennlng and enlarging about sovon miles of ditch, about 5000 Cu, Yds. A certified check for $200 must bo deposited with tho bid. Tho Irrigation District rascrvos'the right to reject any or all bids. Above work must bo completed by April 15th, 1920. . A. L. Sprnul, Manager. WANTED Oood,' rollnblo man for light work, such as keeping lawns In good shapo. Ono who knows something about flowers. U,oora furnished. Oood wages. Heferenjcea ronulrod. Call at Argus.