The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, August 07, 1913, Image 6

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    last Seashore Excursion August 21.
Low rata to Nahootta, Washing
ton, and rataro via Oregon Short
Line. Tickets on ante from all pointa
in Idaho and Oregon, limited to Sep
tember 6th. See agents regardiog
rate and farther particular.
Old paper at the Argna offloe 35
cents per handred. Jost what vm
eed to line your ablns and I'laee
onder the carpet.
ONTARIO
SAIURDAY. AUGUST 9TII
II
COLOSSAL
CIRCUS
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KFPPODROME
AND
MENAGERIE
CONCjl'KRINO NKW FIELDS
MAKING NTW tKir.NDS
Ai)!)iMt;N2 w LAimrLs
Grand Free Street Parade
EVi-ry Buy at 1 1 A. iV. follovwod by
Free (.iMtoor Fvhibition
AT THK MOW G HOUNDS
DKY-CLEAN -COMrOKT RLE
Scats for 6,GS& People
FRU1TLAND HEMS
Russell Lyons was given a
farewell party Friday afternoon
by his sister, Mrs. H. R. Frost,
who invited six of his boy
friends to spend the afternoon.
Those present were Charlie
Compton and Howard Adams of
Fayette and Sydney Robinson,
Virgil Hpainhower and William
and FraacisHoman. A delight
ful afternoon was spent in play
sng various games. A supper
was served by the hostess which
was much enjoyed by all of the
boys.
Monday, while John Rich was
hauling a load of hay near his
home the team became unman
ageable and ran away. Both he
find the load of hay left the
wagon and he got his foot
and side hurt.
(5eo. Chillis and wife enter-
turned Mr. and Mrs. . h.
Lough rev of Fayette, at dinner
on Sunday.
The W. ('. T. U. met Tuesday
iftaroOOB with Mrs. fitly rn
hatii. Mrs. Harry Lewis led the
meeting.
H. It. Kussrll and wife, Keith
Harnett and wife, W. J. Kussell
and Lewis Russell started Mon
day for a ten day trip in the
mountains.
The Embroidery Clnli met
Friday afternoon with Mrs. ('. ('.
Fowell. Fifteen ladies spent a
pleasant afternoon together.
Cly.lr Harry left Monday on u
bolinaat trip to Mm arattarn pari
of Oregon.
The Philnthca CIiikh will meet
Thursday afternoon at EpWOftl
Hall After the business session
a (Jueeii Ksthor's circle will he
orgauied.
Miss Elsie Schmid is expected
home this week from her vaca
tion in California.
Mis May Meyer entertained
the alumni of this year's gradu
ation class Thursday evening at
her hom. Plans were made to
get the class picture. A pleas
ant time was spent in singing
school songs and recalling the
past experiences of the class.
Popcorn and homemade candy
were served.
Chas. Swab and family from
Dead Ox Flat are living on the
John Rich farm.
For first class painting, paper
hanging and tinting see IV Ben
son. All work guaranteed.
Phone 7.rJ
Brief News of the Week
A train near Dodge City, Kan., was
etiilli il by RTftsshopport in a denp cut.
A law nlHilliilitng free lunch In sa
loon haa gono Into effect In Connecti
cut. Following Amorlca'e example. Bel
glum will celohrnte her flrat "mothers'
day" AugiiHt 16.
i '. iin i. in government decided
not to pnrticlpnte officially In the San
Francisco ''ipoaltlon.
RsjpfJftJ from Peking any that the
backbone of the revolution In aouthern
China la believed to have been broken.
Kansas la oppressed by drouth, hav
ing (differed tin- aecond drleat month
In July ever known alnce the weather
htir.au whr eKlnbllehed So years ago.
Fire Inauriiuce companies which left
the Ktiite of Mlaaourl becauae they
were dlepb'HKed with an act paeaed by
the luat leglHluture are arranging to
return.
In the olty election fit rinclniuitl the
(III. lie' ticket, headed by Walter II.
KiiIkIiI anil nominated to frame tin
proponed new charter, awept every
tbhiK In-fore It.
Hiilgarla, larvla. flrcoci- end Monte
negro have hIkiipiI a five daya' armla
t )-' at lliiclutreat. Koumunlii, their rep
NMMattVM having agreed to hold a
; . i inference during thai pi-rlnd
A court martini hue convened '
Her'.ln to try the Herman officer ac
cuaeil of accepting brlbea for Infor
mation a to pending government con
traeta for arm and ammunition.
The Woodmen of the World, In see
alon at Colorado Spring, aelected Den
ver aa the place for holding the nest
triennial convention of the Pacific Jur
isdiction. In 116.
According to a declalon handed
down by the district court at St. Paul.
Minn., newapapera have a right to de
cline advertialng when they deem it
'objectionable, even when It la aubmlt '
ted to them under a yearly contract.
The reaaon why Oreat Britain la
holding aloof from the Panama-Pacific
expoalUon, la, according to the off!
ctalg rf the British board of trade,
that their Inquiries have shown It to
be Mipoaatble to Induce a aufflclent
number of Britlah manufacturer-, to
lnc,ur the neceaaary coat of preparing
eihlblU.
People in the Newt
The new American ambaaaador to
Japan, Oeorge W. Outhrie, of Pitta
burg, arrived at Toklo.
Evelyn Neablt Thaw haa filed a pe
tition In Involuntary bankruptcy at
New York. She apeciflea her llabllltiea
at 18043 and her naaeta at 1250.
Alfred O. Vanderbllt haa denied at
Long Branch, N. J . that hla alater, the
Counteia Siechenyl, contemplatea a
divorce, aa reported.
Samuel I). Haynea, a pardoned con
vict, walked out of the prleon gatea at
Thomaatown, Me., after nerving 34
yeara for the murder of a policeman.
While nearly 4000 feet In the air, n
monoplnne driven by W. C. Roblnaon,
of Chicago, caught fire when a fuse
on the engine blew out. Roblnaon ex
tinguished the flames with a hand ex
tlngulnher while descending, and
reached the ground safely.
Surrogate Cohnlan, of New York haa
fixed the amount which the beneflclar
lee under the will of the late Colonel
John Jacob Aator will have to pay aa
Inheritance tax. The total la $3,400.
000. John P. Mltcbel, democrat, collector
of the Port of New York, woe nom
inated on the fualon ticket by the
fusion committee.
The San Francisco council of build
Ing trade haa elected P. H. McCarthy '
president for the seventeenth consec
utive firm. Me waa formerly mayor :
of Hun Francisco.
At the bearing held by the pol'ee I
commission at San Kr.inclaeo to linen- i
tlgate tlie administration of OMaf of
Police White, two Chineae wluieaaea
testified that a fund of $10,000 had
been ruined in Chinatown to bring
about White appointment.
100 acres of fine sage brush land,
deep rich sandy aoil, first class water
right. miles from Ontario. Price
$60. per acre. Terms given with
low rate of interest or would trade
for stock or other property. Must
be disposed of soon, as I am engaged
in other business.
Poetoffice Box 94
Ontario, Oregon
ONTARIO
LAUNDRY
Leave Bundles at Any
Hotel or Barber Shop
Prompt Attention Given
AU Order.
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ONTARIO LIVERY
Best Equipped Livery in
the city. Headquarters for
Stockmen.
Hor8H Bought and Sold.
A. McWILLIAMS, Proprietor.
SAVING TIME ky TELEPHONE
nejnjv
Means Not Only Time But Money.
Do you ever consider how long it taken to travel the distance
from your house to the Doctor and erchant and what time
you save by telephoning? If your time is worth anything, you
cannot afford to le without a Telephone.
Malheur Home TelephoneCo.
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SATURDAY IS BARGAIN DAY
A special prize will
be given on Thurs
day of each week to
the candidate mak
ing the largest gain
in votes that week.
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4X First Prize
One Ladies'
Bracelet
Wm. Rogers Make
will be given Thurs
day, August 14
Judges:
H. B. COCKRUM
W. F. HOMAN
ROBERT ODELL
Automobile Contest
On Hnrguiu Hay, which is Saturday of each week, votes will be doubled on all
purchases made, this making IOi votes for every $1.00 spout for I certain lino of
goodt. All goods btaring IOO votes to the dollar will be tugged in stock or listed
in tpttt below.
GOOD FOR 100 VOTES
For .
10
LOOK AT THESE SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY, AUG. 9
Good for 400 Votes
on the dollar
Lawn Mowers and Grass
(ateliers, Derrick Forks
and Cables, Hay Forks and
Shovels, Scythes and Lub
ricating Oils.
Ontario Hardware
Company
Good for 400 Votes
on the dollar
Mattresses
Springs
Iron Beds
Ontario Furniture
Company
Good for 400 Votes
on the dollar
Ladies' Oxfords & Pumps
Men's Oxfords
Children's Slippers
Newton's Shoe
Store
Good for 400 Votes
on the dollar
a
We sell due bills for one
and two dollars.
Bermele's Drug
Store
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