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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1914)
Miss (Jeorgiu Hull ntnl Mrs.
C'lftra Ilnrrell, of (mllhrun, Ool.,
arrived here thfl week and they
' pert more of the fain il v here
in a few days. Miss Hull is a
teacher of fancy needlework and
oil painting and Mrs. Harrell is
.in artist milliner.
H. M. Moss, formerly of Kuy-
ond, Wash., has fiurchased
tbe Pastime cigar store ami will
":arry soft drinks during the
''all 11 nd inspect the finest line
of hair goods over shown in
Ontario. QrOVI V Wiley.
f K. O'ltnen bM pttrobMtd
the (Jnick Lunch cigar store
from Thus. Hertiott, just north
of the Carter house, and will he
jdeased to have his friends call.
The 1 11 ii'-li counter is in charge
of Jttn Pratt
J). V. Wright and wife, who
have hem here several months
visiting with their son, A. A.
Wright, returned Friday to their
home in the Wenatchec valley,
Wash., where he has largo or
'hard interests that require his
attention. Mr Wiight thinks
the winters here are about per
A. Mi Williams says he has
orders for some heavy horses
and would like to hear from
anyone having them for sale.
0 II Trousdale is home from
Seattle where he has been foi
Hie past two months. He sa s
this section is going ahead much
faster than the coast country.
Miss Malile, of Payette, is the
guest of her litter, Mrs li
Payne, this week.
('. Harrison, of Uoldfleld,
Nevada, is here this week visit
ing I'ik mis.
A. S. fields, who has been in
the .lamicMin country, left this
week I'm National City, Califor
nia, w he i e he has a Iriimn gTOV! '
II If I. N. ""k Was hrie til I
ueck looking aft r hiisiness in
ii reeti si,c has completed bat
work mi the history of Idaho.
H l I'.iad.-haw, ..i P .. v.-tt
ir i i d a cur loa ! ol liiilinn
lie. s l.i-i week and will locate
net M ' il up the Payette rii er
M 1 1 t lias K rouse, of I .'mulct!,
is . lilting her pan nts, Mr. and
Mi '' N I 'lankly n.
I'eti I Pllford made a trip to
Boilf tilf In.-t ol the Week
William Mauley was hero this
week calling on friend-. lie
-tated that here purely mi hnsi-ne-s
ii i i.l was in OOlllllll dmn
with Attoi ne Mi Culloi Ii !
gardillg the .liintiira toerntite,
111 win. Ii the) are interested
Mr. Il.iili'v has hreli -pokrn ol
for the l uited Glutei neuate, bul
ha- mad. no foi mal aUUOUUOl
maul ol In- intention to make
the I'm i
ill i .ime .low n li urn
mi Monday mid w nl
lit report- (III IIIOW
In- it lion,
. rrpl on
'hai U- l'i tel -on i- liara tin
week from the ranch, lie MVI
the roadi an fail
Oecai Hill, "i tteulali, vai
here Satlll'ilay Ml. I! sas
the roads carta! uh need limg
ni his lactioi), I la' cattle men
dl IVe (hell attic m tlirm and
do not l .It lid to pick out the
II W. Philbrick left Thursday
for Weiser and L. M. Lock hart
11 iitl family will move onto the
place vacated by Mr. Philbrick.
About twenty tons of hay on
Mr. Maxlieid's ranch east of
town burned last Friday. The
origin of the fire is unknown.
The ball game played Friday
by the business men and high
school team resulted in a score
of i to 1 in favor of tiie nigh
QtMOII Esther Circle will meet
Suturduy at the home of Miss
J. O. iSeritchtield will go to
Wendell Friday to attend to
some business concerning his
Miss Talbott spent the week
end visiiingai me iiumu ol mi--Flsio
Miss Mildred Steelman spent
Sunday in Caldwell.
.1. Huff, the janitor for the
school here, has bought the
Hiram Walter property.
Mr. Holing and family are
moving onto the Wain pal place
near Mr. PUbor.
Hob Meliaus, of New Ply
mouth, has opened a meat
market in the building formerly
occupied by Johnson's store.
Mrs. H. F. Robinson went to
Weiser as ti delegate to the W.
C. T. V. convention She re
ports a good attendance and an
enthusiastic meeting. I'lan-
wme made for the Campaign for
-late. wide prohibition.
Jobll Neil is ill at the home ol
his daughter, Mrs. Chap Wil
Mis. () C. Stout opened hei
millinery department in John
sun's store last Friday .
The Irrigation ditches are
being cleaned this week getting
readv for the water about the
The meeting! at thi Baptiil
church aie well attended and
growing in interest Laat Bun
day ivening the large ebureb
I a- well Idled and the evangel
ist in oharga preached an nn
Mis- Mi t'musey will leave this
week for her home in Kansas.
Several from here are attend
ing the inOOtingl at I he a.erene
clnin h in Ontario,
Mr Wolfoid ami Mr. Cosnell
who planned to go to Portland
last week ware detained and
Will load then car and go Thili-
.i.iv waning ol tbiieweek
The line qualit) ol Iiol'- hen.:
-hipped from here tin- week
-peaks well for tltil I oiinlrv .
The faimeis are hu-v putting
in their iprittg crops and -pra-nic;
then on hards. PtOtpeotl
never eere better lor big mops
of all kind-
T THIS CITY
And Issue the Following
Report Regarding Their
Three inspector from the office of
J. D. Mtrkle, state dairy and food com
mlssloiier.have spent several days In
Ontario and other towns In the coun
ty Inspecting all the places when;
food products are handled. In their
Inspection they use a score card anl
Ii.ihiiI on IN for perfect plant, 40
of vliidi are given for perfect con
st ruction and 60 on perfect niethodH
as shown In the deanlines-s at the
time of the inspection. Following Is
the report of the laeeeetore to Mr
We have completed the Inspection
of Malheur county towns and have
round tile conditions quite .i mi I n to
thon In ethet part of the state
The wort conditions wa found IN in
theh MliiuxhterhouseH. The const ruc
tion of these is primitive and in most
of (hem the methods were slink. You
will notice In the scores here appeml
ed that I out of the markets and
slaughter hones scored a less nnin
gl i o! points on methods Hum mi
one aalrj it v.iie eoe Ii aa ex
tremist had condition, lull a set I
visit revealed c i leu. cm of prompt
Improvement and no prosecution was
nerV'SHHi . KM'i'pl tflm-c mentioned
hove none of the oilier places In
spected! we . extrenu l hurt ! the . .
I- i' Mini for Improvement in manv of
lllelll We fen; that with the copN ol
the wore card which we left In each
place ami with the Instruction given
that ich pluce Inspected seme con
isiernlil blither In a few Weeks A
few unities "I .i.lulti'i .iteil and mis'
hranded food were ordered off the
market mid a denier it t Vale win fin
ed for ScllllIK short Weight liuttfl. I'ol
lowing in e the scores
C O Thomas. Vale ... ill 1S.4 is I
Heteil and Uestiiuiunts
Hotel Moore. Ontario . .3.." W S
Ai liugloii hot. I. Vale
Hotel Western, ssu
lliext'l Hotel. Vale .
Mau.loi n Kt'staiiraut.
New iiic Re unreel
iiiunswich cure. Ureal MJ M.1 M .1
('alter House. Ontario L'I. I I4.T H.1
ii o i .until Kjren IM M.1 '"'
(I K Kestaui.iul. Ontario L'I .' L'!l I IM
s.ii in geetaeraet, Vale l'i i 2"-h m h
Saddle Umk Res ten reel
Vale L'O.ft L'S.I
Owl Cianr Store llestiiurant
Nss.i . ... 1". I HJ I" I
Out n In L'". I 11.4 M.1
ii chains l.unch. N)OM IM II I M I
I A, K llav.n. Ontario HJ I0J 87.7
fit) ll.ikcn. Vale L';'... :!l 1 ... .
M s gHROCK.
A. K. TII.I.KY.
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WE CAN NOW SUPPLY
THIS HAIR PREPARATION
. .111.4 IM "T
. .r. i' ir..i N I
. .:n i M.1 ton
. ,L'7.l :is l' :.". :t
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llurlig llsiuiiiuv laboratories la
ButMI have caught up with their
.a. ni - mill so we wou't have to (lis
H'oii,t iimv who are using llarmoiiv
Hall Hen 1 1 1 1 lit i anil want u re of II
or niv who have ticit sit vine. I liy your
rfleii In to IIM It. We. an now till all
It nii.n.n even If II liecnmes mole ol
a rune than II is now.
Haiinouv Hair liviiutiller is just
what it is n m mo I - a halt l.i .nit iller.
Il is inn a Inn .lye or boll ml
High Art and Fashion
KshjJ i jl Ky
Wm Pi III
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FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
Exclusive fabrics and smartest models to be found
anywhere. Faultlessly tailored and modestly priced.
$16.00 to $30.00
Our stocks this season are larger than ever. Mod
els and sizes for every man and young man.
You'll be interested in the new shapes in
Stetson and Astor Hats
Stetson $3.50 I Astor $2.50
One Price Clothier
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is licitliv Kiven ttml the 1111
ilerslktiietl lias beeu duly a inutile. I
Miiininlntralni of the entate of Fhilip
riiiii.r. deeeeeed. be the Ooeaty
'"i' Ooort Of the State of Oretfi.o, (or the
gOTlOli OR PUBLICATION.
i ifiiai'tiiii'i.t of the Ulterior. V, t,
l.ainl Dll'ce at lie, Uiejion. M.ircli
nth, 101 1
Notice If herely given that llimnas
II.Imo, nl Ontario, Oieijon, who on
lii 1 1 . Itthi I'll, oiaile Homestead
Aeplieetioe. No, 01 IM, for lee Bj
in. I WJNKi. Seclloo l.'i. Two
hip II I . Reiae II I. . Willamette
Mn , nan nas men uouee or intcuti. n vTeehed nil just as iiulckly the .-in ire
l.i make lln.il three veur ioot to
istaliltli elaiiu to the land al'ove
lesciiled, lefo re
a .liiiiitv. rOM i'eitiiiiie.t li.ind .lie.s- pouotf of Malheur. Any .mil all lie)
lea lit loil to lliejliair its n.itiiral kloss 0us haviuu OllIlM auaiust the salt!
tnd brlaiteeOI, waw rottueN., rich ,.tate aie hereby notified to present
tieautv. BeeV tOaaelV eleiplreprlekUitheni. dul ventled. n- reou'red by
i little IM your hair each time In fore ' Htti to the lietttWlgetlt ItleilnlltTlttr
breehlaalt, Contetna ic ail ie4 llllei irs home In We.tfaii. (Jrefee, or!
not rheaae eetel ol the heir, wtohketorneyea MeCellaeaeedWeeel.
darken rey hair. of Ontario. Oreuou, within six uiouibs
To keep yeei haiv aM Help iau iveai aa4 efter the eati the arst
.Iriitf fiee an.l clean use Harmony publleetloe of this notice.
siiuuiioo. This pure thiol. i .ham i ),iie ami date,! and tlrst luitlished
poe k'lves an Instanteiioiis rich lather ' this l'.Uh day of .March. 1914,
that inline. li. itely peiieti ates to ver J. 1). lirmau,
cart of the hair au.l seal. lusuriuK A.lniinistrator of the estate o( Philip
a on ick and iliorouuh clean. nttl. ' i i ,i... ,i, .., ...-.i.
I - -
i..ceiei I' S I ami Ottlce. at ale.
rooki 10 thai lhe ere ttboul Ureaoe.ee the -sth day ut .v iri i .
Cl.timant names as eltlteMM
AI Sutton, I'hiI l-'lelds. Hlalue
May.KI h'u.k. all of Ont.n m, UteaOB,
llnice K. Kestei, lo'jji.tci.
o ei a! i. ni takes only a fe uiouiciits.
Contains n.iliing that cau harm the
the Itcost.T and imif; leaves no hai ,-lmess or stickiness
iinpaueble for i rigu(ati) km.l
K.v i; ,1. Davidion erill
preaob uiorutug itid evouiug iu
the Unite l Preibyterian oburoli
iiil Bui l.i A i' T.li.il m ita
iimi i it ii.ic. i (.. ilic public u
.lttlll.1 I lit M M'l IUIV
Three lots for sale '1 I locks west
of I'Kslnfth'e at a i sixain. Inquire at
ju.l a sweet swelling leaulln.ss
liolli preparations come in odd Salt I. like Citv
haiicd, rery uceeeteelel bottles, witii .
suriuklei Ions. Iluimnni Hair beau "'lMl1 l,olntt'
tiller, e5 1 . tU. Haruiouy Shumi'oo. April 1 to l, iooluiivi
olio. Ii th kfuantuteed to satisfy you
in every way or your uiouey buck
Sold only at the more than 7.000 ainl further a rtioulurs
Kex.ill stores and in tuls towru ouly
bf us. Outari.. I'll. nun,, y. Oulaiio.
oieoii. i.i. u.n. duoti Bxbibit.
Mormon Conference vtursions.
Via Oregon short Lint to
. Tickets on sule
north of Ogihn
to April Ifc Bee agent! ot rates
in Salt Lake visit the I'tah l'ro-
A car on the road is worth any
number in the parage. A big
reason for Ford popularity is
Ford dependability. The Ford
is "Johnnie-on-the-spot" three
hundred sixty-rive days a year.
It gives unequaled service to its
Five hundred seventy-five dollars is the price
of the Ford runabout; the touring ear is six
twenty-live; the town car eight twenty-five
f. o. b. Ontario, complete with equipment.
f,et catalog and particulars from