The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, November 06, 1913, Image 2

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    Milliner H 6a le!
Reduction on all trimmed
and untrimmed hats and
untrimmed shapes, chil
dren's hats, feathers and
Enteral in the postnffir it Ontario
Oregon, for trntifniixnioa thronghtbe
mnil" as pcroti'l-clAW matter.
Local News
Blacksmith Shop
Will lie r ;kIv to accomomodatc all of the customers,
both old and new. Satisfaction (u a ran teed
Tliut Hi.- Palles-Celilo canal
will be completed and ready for
the passage of boats in about
another vear is the opinion of
K. 0. Schubert, of the U. S.
engineers, who has had charge
of the work. With nearly all
of the government appropriation
available, labor plentiful and
weather conditions favorable,
the work is being pushed for
ward faster than ever before
and unless the June rise of the
Columbians unusually great, it
is believed that next fall willd
At boats passing freely from
Portland to points on the upper
Columbia nnl Snake rivers.
Have you tried
Corn for the Poultry
Cash (train Company
Phone Ittfi
For Good Riga and Prompt Service
The Eagle Livery
(J. L. SMITI . Proprietor
Horses Hoarded By the Day or Week
A Good Hank
In a Good Country
Confining our business strictly to LEGIT MATE
banking, and with ample resource! forth1 neediol
our customers, we invito ths banking business of
ranchers, fruitgrowers, itockmen and individuals.
Resources Over ll.ill Million l)olltrs
(inirnis ami minnows
A. I.. COCKKUM. I'i-.hi.i. hi. II It lOiKia.M. CuMh
T. TURNBUI.L, Vlc rrcm.l. nt ' w PI Ml' KrntX Cashier
I.. II liiihltlM
Select Export Double Export
Pole Bottled beer Dark bottled Beer
Raprsssnti the highs . class product
of the Brewer's art. We guarantee
all our product for purity.
it K I K . ii II h H O , :
Distributing; Ajrenls,
(nl. ii i). Oregon
J. ii. BROWN
i rftduftU) 'i M Imoui i An. i
S.-linul. I'lit'lif 01 M i H- I'M
Pluiiit' -Mini Ontario, hi.
I dim Loans
On Improved Property
At .in ri-iii ml. amount,
i MttiKiit torn 'i with In-
Mulliiwiit n I
Thomas V. Claetl
Ontario - - Oregon
Brief News of the Week
The little republic of I'nnntna celc
brnl (! on Momlny t lie tenth nnnlvcr
miry of lu Independence from Colom
Kluht thoumitid portion In Ion An
rcIch unit i pny mi iin niim tax, accord
Inn to Internal Kevunue Collector John
I'. tarter.
I.enillni: nodal purity worker oi
Dm world iiHNemliled In Mlnncapolln
l-'rldiiy to mil ml the seventh Interna
tlonal niiinriMii of the World' l'urlt
Suit to tout the validity of the re
cent removal of William Sillier from
the KovernorHhlp 0f ,.w York wa
beKUii In the United State district
court In New York.
I'liml arKuineiitN In the government
mii 1 1 for Hie dlNHolutlon of the Interim
tlonal Harvester company, capitalized
at IMd.OiMl.lKMl, hcKun In the United
Unite circuit court at Bt. I'aul Mon
The pipe Hue Miictlon dredge wblcli
lint, been working at the I'aclflc eml
of the I'anama canal, NiicceMfull
punned through the lock at Mlra
flore and I'edro Miguel. The pa
age coiiMtltuted the flret cotnpleli
i ! i .i i inn of the canal lock.
Iin cHllKatlun nIiowh that the explo
Hen of the Zeppelin I. II dlrglbln
which canned death of 23 men, In
(ierinaiiy, wim canned by formation ol
n vHcciium In the center gondola l
hind the windshield. S mrkt trom t'.n'
motor cnuied the gai. i . , ...le
Kllnford Helle, an Ayr', ire cow
owneil at Waukeha, Wlr . Wfl de
i hired lu be the queen of the national
dairy how ami the bent milch cow
mi exhibition, at Chicago Creacent
It, -.i it f Butter Mull, owned at Alum
illu. III , wiih adjudged the grand
llolhlelh , and I'aul Cahtmo Kuril
ike Kt'iiitd i'iinhiiiiiii Hetotota bull.
People in the News
li.ii Sti i,-'.t . KM writer anil autlioi
nt in Hi. Oood old SniniiiiT Tim .
i. il hi luililr III UOM If lain.
Tlie Hiuai i.iti M'li.itc ntcil to de
Hiruae into, tin- in. ut king, In fuvoi
nl ilie r.'.hl. I'rhire l.udwlg.
Mri Mir. l.i in mi, k. patient In
Ilie ell) DOaplUll al HiiMiiu, 1 liable
lO die II kill . OUghn, Hlieele or Iuiu'.Iih
'I'liu Hiinlaiiied a broken MkM
lu a fall, and the allghlent luuveineut
ni.i hii,ii ilie vital cord.
I; S I. melt, chulriliull of the
of directum ol the Union I'aclflc
lu. nl Mho I visiting I'aciric cimM
point declared dial the railroad! will
not suffer as result of water coinpe'l
linn following opening of the I'unania
canal II.' ,iw. the new tariff would
nut itttc, i business lutcrests of the
I lint the new tariff law will force
Ml Ktu .'inuen out of butnc u!i
out l. 'ii. tiling the consumer, and will
be cspeclall) hard on Oregon sheep
in. ii was th declaration ot Kinnk J
llaK'iihartli president of the Natlotial
Wool Ciuucrs' association, made while
visiting In IVrtlaint
tii r a letial fight that (tlrred arm
circle all over the country. Mrs. lies
sie 0 Mi in. mi won her long, streiin
ous fight In opposition to the divorce:
I .'ding liiHituted In San Kran
Cisco last November b her hu
I'.iyt Uehi C Merriam, l" 8 A
National lu Loom in Off Election
W.i-hiimton Although it Is an "off
H'.ir in politics, the election on No
V ember 4 furnUlud .several local cam
pal( BtluAllooa ii' n MM nation
al importance Tlnee gmeri.ors were
i.l tui lu M.iacliusettk. New
irmuia and In inor than
I. .rger ,
were eli.led In J of ilu- u .
.-I h i.
hii.I , 1 watch
tl auvt ails! vied
Miss Margaret Dunbar, who
is teaching in Vale, was home
over Sunday.
Mrs. James Lawrence, of Vale,
was calling on Ontario friends
J. B. Fisher, of New Ply
mouth was in Ontario Tuesday.
Miss 8. M. Williams was a
passenger for Vale Wednesday.
S. A. Rich and Joe Maneman,
of Fruitland, went to Caldwell
Wednesday to attend court.
Albert Burton, of Chicago,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. G.
I'. Mermele over Sunday.
Mrs. J. Ralph Weaver was
visiting l;or relatives here sever
al days last week.
Mrs. Murphy, of Beuluh, lias
boon in Ontario several days
t.'iis week transacting business.
M. Townsond, the bee and
auto m ti ti , lias gone overland to
California with bis family and
will ptnd (be winter there
L, B. Cockrum has lecn in
Portland this week on business.
Miss Dottie Ward has been
moved to her homo from the
hospital and is doing well.
WmLWmMlw &
It's the all-year-'round car. In
gusty Fall thru Winter's snow
in balmy Spring or sunny Sum
mer the Ford serves its owner
equally well. Its the one car on
the job every day of the year.
$675 in the new price of the Ford Runabout;
the Touring car is $62:., Town Car, $825
f. o. b. Ontario, with all equipment. Get cat
alogue and all particular from
Ford Garage
Ontario, Ore.
Buy your Meat at
and get
the best the market affords
rWe Don't Pretend
to carry everything the people may want, but
are safe in saying we have the greatest variety
to be found in Ontario.
-We have lately added a large assortment of
Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Back and Side Combs,
Barettes and the celebrated Auerbuch & Sons'
Line of Candies.
-Our stock of China and Glassware is the most
complete in town.
-We have given our ordex for Christmas goods
Toys, etc., and the store will be well supplied in
that line.
-Hundreds of different articles needful to the
Housewife cover our 5, 10 and 15 cent tables.
-We want YOU, reader, to look over our stock.
You will surely find something you have been
in need of
We are receiving the last of an entire mill cut.
We are short on room and cash.
It will pay you to get our prices
on this lumber. Nuff said.
Empire Lumber Company