The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, April 17, 1913, Image 4

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ONTARIO ARGUS
PUBLiSHKD EVERY THUK8DAY
Entered in the pontoffloe at Ontario,
Oreiron, for transmisairm through the
niRiU iim ..,.,-, .n.i ,-Uh., matter.
M. E. BAIN.
Editor and Proprietor
People in the News
W. J. Harrla, formerly Democratic
chairman of Oeorgla, has been named
by President Wilson to be director of
the censue, to succeed E. Dana Dur
and. Samuel Oompera, president of the
American Federation of Labor, la con
fined In a hospital at Waablnt
tnreataned with maatoldltla of the left
ear. He haa been 111 for eevsral
weeks.
The strike at Pateraon. N. J., devel
oped a new phase with the arrest ,f
Joseph Fisher, a allk manufacturer,
on the charge by Grace Fasollno, a
atriker, that he threatened her with
a revolver while ahe waa picketing.
Because It practically removed fh
pardoning power of the chief eiecu
tlve, Governor Hunt of Arizona haa
vetoed the revised pennl code of that
state as embodied In a bill passed by
the legislature after several weeks'
work.
The parcel post rate will have to be
lowered considerably before It will
serve to decrease the gnp between the
20 centa which the producer receives
and the 88 or 40 cents which the con
sumer has to nnv for a down eggs.
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LET us help you pick out your
new Stetson. As a Stetson
wearer, you are one of a goodly
I company the personable young men
who set the styles wherever they happen
to live. Much depends on buying
where the selection is fresh and repre
sentative. We are now showing the
mew Soft and Stiff Stetsons for Spring.
Bayer's Department Store
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FRUITLAND ITEMS
Monday night the frnlt growers of
effected an organization at n aub
tatlon of the North Paoiflc Frnlt
Distributors association. Directors
were elected aa follows: B. F. Tas
ng. president: D. L. lngard, vloe
preeideot; A. G. Rogers, secretary and
treasurer; B. 0. Blskesley and Grant
Fisher.
John McClure bns ptirohssed 20
screa of land on the south hslf of
MrK limey Island on the Payette river
east of Frnitland, from A. C. Berdlng
at .r)() aD acre.
Earl MoCol lough was taken sudden
ly ill with appendicitis and within a
few hours was rushed to the hospital
In Ontario and operated upon.
The Philathea Sunday school olnss
metlast Tuesday afternoon with their
teacher. Mrs. II. K. Robinson. A
very pleasant Ime was spent.
Mas Velva (iriiniH vlsite. I flstur-
day and Sunday with friends In
Far ran.
Mrs. Fuller died Thursday after
noon at the home of her son, II. B
Fuller, who lives west of town. She
was quite old and had not been well
for several years. The funeral was
held Hsturday at the home. Rev. Reed
of the Payette Presbyterian church
conducting the services and Interment
was made In the Pnyette cemetery.
She will lie greatly missed by her
neighbors and frieudsforto know her
was to love her. YSsis
? Miss Ida U mi,', it rlsited at her
home in Cadwell Saturday and Sun
day.
Arthur Llnck returned home Mon
day after several mouths trip In
neighboring states.
II. K. P.ohnon sud family were
entertained Mumlay ,1 ten .,1 I he
('ar,ciitoi home.
the entertainment given ln-i Hairs-
,lnv exciting by Miss Hnri.s, ;i iuliniht
and reader, was very good. Not a
very large crowd attcuded owing
to the busy time of year, but tbosa
present were well pleased.
The Method M ladles' Aid will
must Thursday at the P.pwortu ball
The ladles will eat a basket dinner
together and spend the day quilting.
Mrs Howena Robinson visited
relatives In Nampa Saturday and
Sunday.
Misses Elsie Sohmid and Father
Kiissell visited Saturday and Sunday
aftsriioon with Miss kiliu.beth Reed,
of Payette.
Mr. and Mrs. Hsusel visited iu
Payetts Sunday.
1st Prize--$5.00 Cash
2nd Prize$3.00 Cash
3rd Prize--$2.00 Cash
4th Prize-2 sks Wild Rose Flour
Wild Rose Flour
Our Special Brand
BAKING CONTEST
We will give the following prizes for the best loaves
of bread baked from our WILD ROSE FLOUR:
5th Prize-2 sks White Quartz Flour
6th Prize-2 sks White Froth Flour
7th Prize-1 sk White Quartz Flour
8th Prize-1 sk White Froth Flour
In order to enter the contest, you must buy and get your purchase dip of one
sack of Wild Rose Flour at our store. You must deliver one loaf of bread inrl
purchase slip to our store not later than 3 P. M. of Saturday, May 3 1913 is
prizes will be awarded at 4 P. M. of the same day. You will he given a number
when you present your bread as we do not wish your name to be known until af
ter the judging. Three judges will be selected from our city; best qualified to
act as same. Everv lady (no age limit) in Ontario and surrounding country is
invited to enter this contest as we feel you will be greatly pleased with a trial
sack of our FAMOUS WILD ROSE FLOUR. mal
Having Bad Luck With Your Bread?
We Have the Remedy-Enter Our Contest and Be
Convinced.
WE CARRY THREE BRANDS OF THIS FAMOUS FLOUR
Wild Rose, White Quartz, White Froth
Which are Money Back Goods and Every Sack is Guaranteed
Peoples' Cash Grocery
J. B. BUCHANAN, Prop.
Successor to Ream Grocery Co.
Exclusive Agents for these Famous frauds of Flour
ONTARIO, OREGON
CLASSIFIED AD1TRMHEHTS
Mousy to loan
Kfttjd tin in... W.
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l. ..in Is Co.
Drayage orders taken at Moore
I oii I .li.lm Laud Ingham, residence
pboos 424
Base Balls, Bats
and Catcher's Mitts
THIS OFFER FREE TO
SCHOOL BOYS
UP TO SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE
In your own handwriting, mail us a list of fifty or
more of the names and postoffice addresses of the
boys attending your school. If there are not fifty
boys in your school, send us a list of as many as do
attend. Also tell us your preference Base Ball,
Bat or Mitten, and same will come to you as soon as
we receive the list of names.
DO IT NOW -Won't take over ten minutes and the
boys who interest themselves in the work will later re
ceive opportunities for addittional presents.
ADDRESS
ALEXANDER'S
Tom Jouss -mil daughter. Mum
Leila, are down from Vale vlsitiiiii
frlsnds.
A number of enthusiastic fans want
to Vale Siu.iliiy to ' the Vale Weiaei
game. Soore 8 to 0 in favor of Vale.
Bert Fltohner. Mysterious Morse,
la doing good work for Portland In the
Northwestern league.
Mian Emma Clark Is Halting with
her lister at Nampa.
Ward Cuutleld and Mr. Creese are
iu Purnia today on hnaiuess.
Postmaster Bproul haa been In the
hospital at Hot Lake about all the
time aluce goiog there.
Mra. Holland, of Boise. Is vieitins;
ber daughter, Mrs. K. A. Fraaer.
Natloual Maater Wilson, of tbe
Patroua of Husbaadry, will ootne to
Oregon to attend tbe meeting of the
State Grange Iu May. He will prob
ably visit tbe other northweat states
on biatripto tbe ooast.
Three lots for aale 2 blooka weat
of poatofhYe at a bargain. Inquire at
Argus ..Mir...
Ladiea tailor and dressmaker Mrs.
KitH cope Pboos) 104 N. 1,
Tbe taxpayers are Invited to briug
their notices of taxea due. to ua aud
1st us send in their paymenta and
take oare of the reoeipta until oalled
for. Ontario National Bank.
Wanted- To rent a bouaa. Apply
at Cope & Duunuok, tailors.
To the Members of the Work and
Win Club
A speolal meetiug of tbe Work and
Win club will be held Thureday after
noon. May 1. 1913. at half past two
o'clock, at the public library, to vote
upon the queatiou of obaugiug the
name of tbe olub Work uud Wlu
olub to the Outario Womau'a olub.
Caroline Benuer Whitney, Pre.
Katelle Kiddle Dodge, Seo'y.
Florence Bailey Dorman. Trees.
The place to buy Drat clase oaudias
a at the Outario Bakery.
Now i the time to get a new rug for
that room while Parley haa a big stock
to select from.
For tbe beat bread aud puatry io
town go to tbe Outario takery.
For Hale Choice Ruial New Yorker
seed potatoes. J. Dsfoe. Ontario,
Oregon.
For Sale Byron Jaokaou centrifu
gal pump, I inch, foot valve and lb
foot of pipe II. E. Met '.ii ly. UuU
rio plume 202 k
"'' WkS - ' " X 0r ONTARIO. ORE
GROWTH OF DEPOSITS
April 4, 1909 $226,078.74
ApriU, 1910 350,636.16
April 4, 1911 320,505.81
ApriU, 1912 341,620.99
April 4, 1913 374,293.54
A strong;, progressive, growing institution, conducted along
absolutely safe lines, by men of more than ten years Western
banking; experience. '
New Business Invited
A. L. COCXRUaf, President; T. TURNBULL, Vice President;
C. E. KEN YON, Cashier, H. B. COCKRUM, Ass't. lashitr;
C. W. PLATT, Asa't. Cashier
For Sale A Ford automobile iu
good shape. Prioe 9350. D. C. Booth
at Multnomah rooms.
Uet your alfalfa aead uow 5 centa
a pouod at Moore Livery and Gram
company.
For Italian prunea see atock
Kiuiuett nursery, Ontario yard.
of
For Sale- lawn mower, good aa
new. cheap for quick aale. Phone
103 M.
Rosea iu variety, accllumted, at
tbe Emmet nuraery, local yard.
For Sale - Buggy aud harness and
horse. Good traveler in harneas or
under saddle. Geutle. Inquire at
Butter Wrappers
Must Be Printed
We are printing more wrappers than any other two
offices in this section. There is a reason. We have
the machinery, type and workmen necessary and we
take the same care with Butter wrappers that we do
with wedding invitations.
Take your next order of A r(ru c. OffiCC
Butter Wrappers to the iiTgUk WW
P. O. Box 609 Boise, Idaho
Dept. T
Uet tbe Argus, only 11.00
I Fugle livery.