The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, November 06, 1913, Image 6

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MRS. H. C. WHITWORTH WINS WEEKLY
PRIZE MRS. WINNIE MINSTER STILL LEADS
HOUSEKEEPERS
Must be Watchful
For great efforts are being made in
this vicinity to sell baking powders of
inferior class, made from alum acids
and lime phosphates, both undesir
able to those who require high-grade
cream of tartar baking powder to
make clean and healthful food.
The official Government
tests have shown Royal
Baking Powder to be a
pure, healthful, grape
cream of tartar baking
powder, of highest
strength, and care should
be taken to prevent the
substitution of any
other brand in its place.
Royal Baking Powder costs only a
fair price per pound, and is cheaper
and better at its price than any
other baking powder in the world.
HOW THKY 8TAND
Mabel Blanton
Free! Bottler
Ella Brosnan
Wilmoth Curry
C. C Dodge
Frank Dorman
Thurzie Erickson
C. A. Field
Mrs. L B. Fry
V. V. Hickox
H. W. Hoopes
Gretchen Hailey
Mra J A Hogan
J 1 1 1 1 1 Hodgkins
John Hunt
Oi A. Koshnick
P. K Knenig
II E Renter
Maude Kidd
Ethel McNulty
II. M. Metz
R. O. McAnniek
V. W. Marsden
Elden Madden
Mrn Winnie Minster
Maggie Moody
I) T Miinnker
30,510
4,660
101,900
52,900
2,735
13,520
27,510
7420
2,375
2,740
2720
208,791
12,840
7490
2900
65,020
6866
2,200
584105
95730
2,940
2,110
766,816
11100
1,010,610
76,771
731,111
Mm. Florence O'Connor 788,861
Frank Flalde AcqultUd.
I'ortlamt Kriink S II. i.m, M
county lirk of M nil noniali riiiinl),
k Hr(iiltl1 by ii Jury In lhi innll
court of n chaw of IMMBJ of pvMfcl
fuiiilh IIIk at torn-) d.-fi iiiIihI hliu
on the RrouiulH Hint HM MM wim
loat throuxh th failure mi I .inli.r
1. 1811, of tha AiiktIi'iih llnuk A
Trnei t'oinpatiy, In which uirt of tha
COUnt) flllllln Wl'ftl Uf IMIMltl 'I
Judga Baya Election Will Not Hold.
KimohurK -JinlKi' I hinilltoii. In tlm
.in uii court, Iiiim declared void an
iloriinii liolil 111 arhool illntrlrt No. !.
(irloli.T II. at which $3000 waM votd
for tha iurioMi of IhiUiIIiik a new
Hihool liiiiinn Thu court h-ld that Oc
tolnT II MM foluinhuH day nnd tharo
for a IvkiiI holiday, and that an elec
tion U a MMfl Judicial function and
mil iinTi'l) mi nilml tilut rut I one
Nettie Peterson 180,861
Mrs. W. H. Kaver 433,123
Mrs A Simmer 48,880
Mrs. JoeHtuilci 6,080
Betsy Taylor 118,806
Kuth Tesi 8480
Mrs. Winnie Wisdom 110,188
F.Winston 11,886
Mr. II 0. Whitworth 310,212
Mrs. John Weaver 6,786
Pottie Ward 3593!M!
Maude Walters 118,866
Mra Harry Williams 84,400
Mrs. A. Zimmerman 86,886
Frank Van Petten 18067
KKUITLAND.
Erma Deal
Velva Grimes
Stella Hams
Emma Johnson
A. C. Maneman
Ora Nott
Marion Robinson
VALE
Mrs L Dell
Mrs. J. P. Houston
OWYHKE
Miss Auna Robertson
I'AYKTTK
Aldula Gregory
Muy Myer
T. R. Neilson
Bee Roberts
Esther Russell
Mae Simon
M Alice Williams
ITBW PLYMOUTH
John B Fisher
Dai.y Mason
HUNTINOTOV
Mi-. Fruzier
20,570
142,400
2410
27,345
196,565
208,099
10,800
31,950
8,530
18,080
11,050
45,660
4,232
2,800
31,330
5,750
6.850
2,000
5,400
4700
Local News.
NYMMA.
Georgia Dennis
Gertrude Pounds
80,180
12,005
Our Stock of Winter Goods
Most Complete in Town
Con Ryan left Friday for a
visit with friends in "Wiune
mucca, Nevada.
MlM Ira Pennington returned
to her home above Vale Friday
after a short visit here with
frit'inls.
J. II. Rati, of Caldwell was in
Ontario Tuesday enroute home
from the Su-in mountain coun
try where he purchased some
land.
Kil milliard was a passenger
to Boise Thursday where he
refereed the light between Juck
son and Cohu.
Hub Walters was here Ssttir
day attending the meeting of the
directors of the Owyhee Ditch
company.
Dr. Fry has returned from an
extended trip into tho interior,
having been to Lakeview and
Burns.
Among those registered from
Ontario at the Boise hotels this
week were noticed C. E. Kenyon,
F. B. Ball and R. W. Jones.
For Sale Four Andale pups.
Phone 00.",-N 1.
Card ot I thinks
Bridge & Beach Stoves
stove pipe, coal hods, stove boards
and all that goes with stoves.
Blankets and Quilts
Rest all wool goods on the market.
Let U Show You Our Stock.
MALHEUR MERCANTILE
We tlm undersigned, desire to
thank our very many friends in
Ontario, for their many kind
nesses shown in the burning of
our home and the death of mv
wife. Winds fail to express our
gratitude for all the thoughtful
in'.-.- shown to us and wc -hall
ever remember the very many
good deeds.
(). A. Decker,
Mrs. f, Schaadt
M. I . Church Notes.
Rev. W. A. Winters, Supt. of
the LaGrande distrjet, was in
Ontario Monday and held the
first tuarlerly conference business-
meeting of the Mtihodiai
church. he is very much
pleased with the outlook for the
work in Ontario and said that if
all the charges in the district
was as well taken care of it
would be a great comfortjto him.
The regular preaching service
at the Methodist Episcopal
church on Sunday morning at
11. In the evening, union ser
ur in the Congregational
church.
COMPANY
The 1. udies Aid of the Con
gregational church will hold a
IftOkod I"'d sale on Wednesday,
N o einher "Jti. Everything good
i to eat. Anv special onKis plume
,Vi. V---Mts. McN uliy
.Mi'iiay to lotto lairovt! irri
a-au.1 farm.. W. H. I . Utile Co.
Horse Post Black gelding, '2
years old past, white star iu
fort head branded i on right
shoulder. Return " to C. H.
Troudale and receive reward.
Phone 808. .
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nv ui'i bi i-i.iiiii aim hut
sea.-on is here. We are showing
a complete line of stable, storm
and wool liSuukeU. Kro--m
The Evolution of the
Men'sClothing
INDUSTRY
Better Makes, Better
Quality, Better Lines
have come to stay. The lower prices
have also come to stay-Result, bet
ter suits, better overcoats for lesser
prices than ever before-Prove it
yes indeed more than willingly
for example.
$14.85
AND
$18.50
Now displaces former prices
of this season
The former for the us
ual $22.50 kinds, the
latter for the choice of
$25.00 and $27.50
grades
NEW THINGS DO HAPPEN
The old world makes pro-gress-This
is a new deal in
clothes-are you going to ac
cept it and benefit by it this
season-you will if you are
but willing to look.
Alexander
One Price Clothier, Ontario
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