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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1913)
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.. ards, by Reverend Johns. They
0 1 . ill ty Company, near ,, , , ,
j K. Blnckaby was called to
por"tln(l Wednesday on busi.
jrs. .lack Landis is home
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from I'01-' i WIJCI c " uno wewii
H. H. Marsden . arrived here
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Iroin .MHiiitsoiH uuuesuay wun
car of household goods and
itock. He purchased one of the
Advancement tracts last fall and
Born 00 Monday to Mr. and
U(r8. William Plughoff, a ion.
The Omaha Dye Works has
opened n branch in one of the
room!1 norm ui we vurwr nuuse.
Mrs. W. II. Brooke has gone
to the Dalles to visit with her
Bishop Wiley of Baker wbb
Mrs. Charles Knouse, who was
riiiting tier parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I 0. Franklin, laat week,
Us gone to Vale.
We have a very desirable
Lock ranch that we can trade
iri fruit farm and would like
Mr ami Mrs. L N. Cook
uve fom to Dunkirk, Indiana,
fr. Cook's old home.
Mr. ami Mrs. 1'ortor Osborne
gSMta of Dr. ami Mrs.
minting. 1 hoy nave hecii nt
Kimiiii, Montana for two years
pi are now going to Tiiroma.
fhey left Imre about thrno years
Qatar Noe received word
ToNday that a body was seen
i the river at Nyssa, but no
ting further has been heard
The mothers service last Kun
i; morning at the Methodist
parch was attended by a large
imber of mothers. The spec
liniiMe by the choir was well
W'lertil unl well received.
Istbodist Episcopal Church,
Mario, Oregon, May 18, 1918.
pject; Morning 11 a. in.,
Wart Kstablishment." Sub-
t; Kveiiing ut H p. in., "The
l Lepers." There will be
Btcial music by the choir and
leryuiic i cordially invited.
Mra. Ed. lilodgettof Kingman
Wony was returned to the state
aaUrium on Sunday.
Col. Tavlor has been in Idaho
several days this week
)g idler business mutters
r. Trow was called east
Mttdav on account of the ser-
a illn of her brother, Dr.
Mow, ul Albert Lea, Miun.
H N. Ford, who is with the
gon and Western Develop-
ot Company at Portland, was
Jlu(E on Ontario friends a few
"J ago He reports business
Wiood in thecitv.
Lewis Heogan of NVestfall was
in the city this week after sup
plies. He reports much activity
in the irrigation propositions
being developed in that section.
A. L. Sproule is home from
Hot Lake for a few days, but
expects to return for a week or
so and finish up the boiling out.
J. R. Blackaby returned a few
days ago from Jordan Valley,
where he found business condi
T. T. Kahout and family of
Jordan Valley are in the city
visiting with relatives.
C. A. Stearns has gone to Cal
ifornia and expects to locate in
one of the foot hill towns west
Ike Holland was here Monday
with his brother and his family.
The brother is from the east
and they had not seen each oth
er for 35 years, but easily recog
nized each other.
Married at the If, E. Farson-
age, on Sunday May 11, J. T.
are well known local people and
their friends will regret to learn
that they are to make their home
in Twin Falls, whore Mr. Beard
sley haa a position. They will
leave for their new homo Satur
day. A. J. Troxull is now in charge
of the machinery department
for the M. M. Company and N.
T. Oonklin has gone with the
Studebakers as manager f;;r the
Mrs. Stamp, matron of the
state sanaturium at Pendleton,
was visiting with her sister,
Mrs. J. W. McCulloch, Sunday,
the family has been here some
MISS ORR SURPRISES FRIENDS
Married, aooiawbere. m- time, by
uuie one. MIm Ktbel Orr, on of the
popular On tu no teaobera and 11. J.
rleiecber, o( I'ajatta, wbo la with
tin- Shun Line company.
It la ttnuarullr auppoeed by Mr.
Plelecber'a frleude here tbat tin waa
married about a month when aha
took a vacation for a week and had
Mir Olover teach In her place. To
etrengthen tbla theory Mra. Pleiacber
hue lcen waking- week eod vialta to
The puplla and teacher generally
were muob eurprUed aul chagrined
ou learning the uewa.
The newlywadeareexpeoted to make
tbeir borne In Payette
SHERIFF KERFOOT TAKES -
PRISONERS 10 PENITENTIARY
Rev. Jnepb L Hherrln. general
mlsilonnry of the Epiicopal church,
will hold aerrlcea and preach Id the
Maionlc ball Sunday evening at 8
'olook All are welcome.
If yon appreciate a dish of riob,
smooth ice cream try the Ontario
Mra. Sullivan and aon were down
from Vale leveral days visiting her
aister. Mrs. Walter Glenn.
The bait of moving plctarea at the
Mn7(. Admlnlon 10 cent.
Mra. Hubert Odell returned borne
laat week from Prlnevill and report
bar mother much Improved.
Horae strayed Park brown geld
ing weight 1000 pound, barbed wire
warn on front feet: branded O wltb
bar. Infoimation to Argui offloe will
be suitably rewarded.
Secretary Child, of the Boiae Com
mercial olub came 'down Saturday to
attend the funeral of Mra. U. L. King.
Boy'a new spring suite, a full line.
all ai.aa and prieea at Lampkiu'a.
Tbe third Saturday of every montb
will le the regular aalea day.
Harry Unify waa In Boise aereral
daya laat week, attending a meeting
of the Idaho druggist.
For the beat bread and paatry to
town go to the Ontario Lakery..
Auaniua Patterson, who baa been
In Han r'ranclftcn it tidying law, wfie
admitted to the liar a ahort time
ngo and I now In one of the law
The loo err a in served at tbe Outa
rio Bakery la alwaya juat right.
J. W. McCulloch, returned Satur
day from Pendleton where be had
caeca before the supreme oourt.
mm Ontario ( mJmW
fW( ORtGONJ I I
Sheriff Kerfoott aod Thoa Broenau
aa deputy, took Ave man to Salem
Wednesday; Papovitcb, for about lug a
uiau. gut a Ufa aeulenoe: KL Kulp,
aaaault with a deadly weapoo. 6
mouths to Uu years : H K Laater. the
gat rich iiutck artlai, one to live
yeara; Tooy Malaer. aaaault. on to
to yeara; B H Dupout, grand laroauy,
one to ud yeara
The ontv BmUmm
from Roy ml BrmmmO
MO ALUM, MO UUK PHOSPHATE
Don't forget tbat Saturday, May
17th la the regular salca day at Onta
rio. There will be Iota of Jeranya
and other gocd oowa nlfered for tale.
Carpet beatare at the Ontario Furni
Refrigerator at the Ontario Furni
ture Hi i ire
Big line haby aud children' allp
lore juat received at Lampkiu'a.
Tliiuii.oi Welno waa down from Ida
Big Bend ranch a few daya ao on
aonie bualuaaa. Tbe Hlg Bead aeotion
la iiuproviug rapidly aud soon every
acre In thai aection will le In orch
ard aud crop.
Km in- change of program every
ulgbtat tbe Maze.
Horace Walker waa lu from Unity
on Saturday. Mr. Walker get to On
tur io about onoe a year Ha la io tbe
borae and cattle huaiuaaa on upper
Burnt river and oomea her tor aup
plle. Bala Day .Saturday, May 1tb.
From VI to 20 bead of Jereeya aoi
other oowa will i aold.
J. R. Parvln. of tbe Willamette
valley waa nre laat week looking for
locution aud decided tbat tbl waa
far abad of the action he la now
located In and will return and make
hia borne bora. Ha make a specialty
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You are not getting all that your money will buy in Sheets and Pillow Cases if
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For Sale in this City by
BOYER BROS. & CO.
SELLS FLOTO SHOWS WIFE
BE IN PAYETTE HAY 27
"Do you know," said the al
mighty voice ol the Sella-Kioto
cir.us, "do you know that a
hippopotomus doesn't huve to
swim around in a tank of water
in order to keep him alive ns
most folkt populatly supposed''
Why, Hon, our baby hippopota
mus, pluys urouud in a cage,
right on the ground floor of the
menagerie, nearly all day long
i nt 1 only goes back to his tank
when it is time to go to bed."
"The discovery that he could
live out of the water just like
other animals who are not am
phibious, was only made last
winter. We -had a cold spell and
the hot water pipes in Bon's
tank froze so that he had to be
removed from his regular den
until the repairs were made.
We put him in a small enclosure
ou the ground lloor of the home
meuagerie and contrury to our
expectations, he made himself
porfectly ut home. Then Re
cardo, our head uuimal trainer,
undertook to teuch him to stand
on a rolling hall and other
difficult feats, which he learned
just as easily us the average
Bon will be seen in the meiia
gene of the Sells-Kioto circus
before and after the perform
ances, which commence at 1:18
and 8:15 p. in., although the
doors are open one hour earlier
in order that the patrons may
of cowa aud la load In hi. prale ..f I view the menagerie and horse
fair for which this attraction has
always been so justly noted.
tba advantage of thla aeotion a a
Sale Day May lTth. oowa! cow'
Swat tba fly.
Prom tao to twenty kead of Jer
aayaand other cowa will be auction')
Saturday. May 17th.
Sunday waa Mother'. Day. Uld yoo
think of br and her dreams of what
you war going to doT
P. H. Dean, of Baker, waa calling
ou Ontario frlanda Saturday.
Com to tba aale day at Ontario
Saturday. May 17. Lots of oo
will be auctioned otf.
Briug your atuff to Ontario Bator
day, a.ay 17th. tbat la aalea day.
Mr. and Mr. J. H Wolf, of Nyssa,
were Ottaiio vnitore Ecnr'ay.
Save half your labor. Por aala at
Ontario Pharmacy. Klght waahlnga
for 25 oeuta. Money tttok if not
Yas the U. S. Plumbing aod Heat
ing company make them. Be aura
aud get our price before buying
Ladie aprlng auite aud coata 19.75
Our advertleed aala eloaad today,
Tburaday. We will continue it SO
Include Saturday of this weak. Gaab
V.ii iety Stor.
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