The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, October 16, 1913, Image 4

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ONTARIO LIVERV
Best Equipped Livery in
the city. Headquarters for
Stockmen.
Horm'H fiought and Sold.
A. McWILLIAMS. Proprietor.
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DON'T BE STARTLED
if on S'c an unto coining full
pMd from our gtftgt. U'h on
ly our margtnejr car going to
Ibt rcHcue of nomo stranded
MQtO. W iff always NNf to
rMpODd to calls of all kinds of
auto repair work. And we have
every facility and plenty of
ability to do tlie work promptly.
Ontario Auto Company
FRUITLAND HENS
Tho Mother's Circle held its
first meeting last Friday after
noon in the eighth grade room.
Mr. Arne, who has been associ
ated with Judge Dunbar, of
Boise, in the juvenile court work
addressed the mothers on "Why
We Need a Juvenile Court."
Several selections of music were
also given. Dainty refreshments
were served by the sophomore
and senior girls.
The firange held its regular
meeting Friday evening in
Franks hall.
Li B, M n k i iis4.ii lost one of
his fine milk cows the first of
the week.
Win. McCnnnell, who hud his
home destroyed by fire a few
weeks ago, is building another
on the same site.
The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday
afternoon at the - Brethern
church. The subject discussed
was "Christian Citizenship,"
lead by Mrs If. B. Kinnison.
Bert Adams, who formerly
lived in this neighborhood, is
here from British Columbia on
business.
Mr. Randall, public utilities
commissioner of the northwest,
was a bueines caller in Fruitland
last week.
It has been announced that
the floplumores will entertain
the other members of the high
school Ifollowe'en in tho school
building.
Miss Cosia Sherman enter
tained Irma Deal, Esther Rus
sell, Mr. Dewhirst and Earl
Cotton at dinner Sunday.
Mrs. A. C. Chidaster, of
Aurora, Nebraska, is visiting at
lli" !'. ' Rodecrs home.
Pete Johnson bought a nice
team Monday at Philip Docht
ler's sale. Mr. Dochtler traded
his automobile for the teHin a
few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Channex and
family, of Kelsay, Minnesota,
came Sunday and are visiting
with relatives and friends for a
few days. They expect to move
to the Payette-Oregon slope to
make their future home.
The mother and sister of Mrs.
S. M- Thomas came in Tuesday
of last week for a visit. Her
mother expects to spend the
winter here, but her sister will
only stay about a month.
Messrs. Win. and Ira Mpl''her
and 0. E. Boor started Tuesday
for central Oregon with the in
tention of buying stock ranches.
The Methodist Ladies' Aid
society met Thursday afternoon
in Kpworth hall.
Word lias been received that
Fred McCarty and family who
formerly lived in this neighbor
hood, have moved toSandpoiut,
Idaho, to make their home.
Mr. Black had one of his toes
crushed off Saturday by falling
and the wheel of a loaded wagon
passing over his foot.
G. K. Graham intends to start
for his new home near Bend,
Oregon, next week. Mr. Wal
ters has rented the place former
ly owned by Mr. Graham for the
coining year.
B. Whealdon and family were
guests at the N. P. Yockey home
Sunday.
J. T. Wayne and wifa will go
to Tacoma, Washington, to
make their home as they have a
son and daughter living there.
For Sale well bred Jersey
bull calf, cheap. Call at Multno
mah rooming houe.
THIS AUTOMOBILE FREE
M & T. , TTri fir $v xV
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Price $1650 at Factory
Saturday will bt bargain day at all the stores in the
eontest. 500 votes will he tfivtn OH thi dollar for
all cash purchases.
6000 FOR 100 VOTES
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Bermele Drug Co., Ontario Furni
ture Co., Ontario Hardware Co.,
Newton Shoo Store, Ontario Argus
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Second Prize
Third Prize
Special Prize
To candidate making largest gain
of week ending Wednesday, Oct. 22
Set Bouillon Spoons
Wm. Rogers Make
Special Vote Bargains for Week Ending October 25
Newton Shoe Store
Will give 1000 votes Oil each and
every dollar paid for
Felts and Men's Shoes
Bermele Drug Company
Have special offering of
SOAPS
for which they will give votes at
the rate of 1000 on the dollar.
The Ontario Argus
Is making a special of
fering of 1,000 votes
on every dollar paid on
SubscriptionsNew or Old
Ontario Hardware Co.
Will give 1000 votes on the dollar
for all heaters and Ranges sold.
Coles Hot Blast, Howard and Wil
son Heaters, Lincoln and
Majestic Ranges.
Ontario Furniture Co.
will allow7 1,000 votes on the dollar
for purchahases made of
Rugs and Linoleums
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