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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1914)
Sen8horo Excursion, July It'.
1014. Fare, round trip, $H 15.
On sale July 10. Return limit
Mrs. C. S. Watson and chil
dren were guests of the Misses
Jones of Weiser on the 4th.
Dan Kerfoot was a visitor to
Mrs. Wm. Flughoff and chil
dren went to Weiser Wednes
day to visit with her sister Mrs.
Frank McKee, and attend the
Seashore Excursion, July 16,
1914. Fair, round trip, $14.15.
On sale July 16. Return limit
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cockrum
were Boise visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Harrison Hcaward
and Miss Maude Kidd were
passergers for Juntura Wednes
day, where they will he met by
Tom Seaward with his auto and
they will be taken for a trip to
Bums and other points in the
. B. Conklin lost about a
hundred tons of hay Monday
by fire. The fire started in a
tack of chaff from hay that
bad been threshed, and was dis
covered about daylight. The
neighbors came in and succeed
ed in keeping it confined to
that stack and left two men to
jMi.it. I it. About ten o'clock u
sharp wind came up and scat
tered the burning hay over a
stack of the first cutting and it
was soon destroyed.
Father Campo left Monday
noon for a visit of several
months in the east, going as far
as Brussels, where his mother
lives. This is his first visit
home in eight years, lie will
also visit with friends in many
of the eastern cities.
I. mi Walker has invented a
trap to pick up the grass hop
pert and reports that he is
gatheriugthem in by the gallon.
Ralph Fckbardt has moved
to Idaho Falls and opened a
There was a great scattering
of the Ontario people for the
celebration of the Fouith, all of
the celebrations in this sec
tion getting some of them. The
rains made it a disugreeable
day for all the towns as they
seemed to get most of the stom,
while the towns that did not
Ottobrttf were comparatively
out oi the rum belt.
Sundav's bull game resulted
in a score of 5 to 4 in fuvor of
Weiser '""1 tUe Kauie Saturday
wus won by Ontario in a score
of 14 to 5. The season is to
run six weeks more.
Mr. ami Mrs. V. F. Iloman
ami Mr. Iloiuan's four children
urc bon Irom Missouri and
other point-, going as far as
Wuj-Lington, vvlieie Mr. Human
ha 1 business with the Interior
Dtpartmtnt ID regard to the
Head Ox Flut irrigation. They
found the days and nights hot
and are more than pleased to
be in a section where the nights
are ulways cool.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. Sander
son are in Portland.
Roy Smith is in Portland,
where he went with three cars
of cattle for Dave Magill. The
stuff brought a good price but
the car load that got held up on
account of the wash out at Lime
hus not been heard from.
There will be a meeting of
the directors of the Malheur
county fair next week to organ
ize and plan for the fair this
fall. The directors are all
agreed that the fair this year
must be the best held by the
association and they are going
tu do everything they cau to
make it a succe s financially.
Miss Artie Lee of Boise was
here this week, the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Joe Staples.
BORN: To Dr. and Mrs. W.
O. Howe Wednesday an eight
pound boy, at Pilot Rock, Ore.
Mother and boy doing fine.
Judge (. L. King will leave
Sunday for Kansas City, where
he will be married to Mrs. L. E.
(taylord. The Judge and Mrs.
Oaylord were raised together,
but when the war came up they
got separated and did not hear
of each other until a couple of
years ago when the Judge made
a trip east. The Judge has
hosts of warm friends here who
will give him a hearty welcome
on his return and try to make
things pleasant for the bride.
Mrs. Rader entertained tin
Bridge club Tuesday afternoon
and Mrs. Prinzing won the
Dr. and Mrs. Rawson of Kuna
were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Whitney over the 1th.
Dr. and Mrs. Britt were visit
ing friends around lioswell for
a few days this week.
W. A. Coughanour, of Pay
ette, was calling on Ontario
A very pretty wedding at
the Methodist parsonage on
Monday evening, July Oth, l'-' II
Mr. J. W. Braswell, and Miss
Enna Parker were joined to
gether by the Rev. Thos. Johns.
Their many friends wish them
a very happy and prosperous
voyage through life.
W. W. Eetson went to Jun
tura Monday to regulate the
For rent, neat four room
house, with barn, chicken park,
two blocks noith of school
house. Wm. Beagle, phone
iiOu K 3.
Editor Phegley, of Jordan
Valley, was here Tuesday call
ing on friends.
Persons wishing to take ad
vantage of the Bancroft act for
their sewer assessments must
do so within ten days from date
of their notice.
Miss Ethel and Stanley Milli
kin are home from school.
The subject for discussion at
the Methodist Episcopal church
on July IS, morning at ll,
"Christ in the Mountains." Eve
niug at 8, "Sumpson's Wedding
Kea-t and Sampson's Weakness"
These subjects are interesting
and the people of Ontario ami
strangers are cordially invited
to attend the services.
THOMAS JOHNS, Pastor.
John KtMil iHMH- in Saturday own
ing, having Ml the I'ajclif lake that
in. ruing in his car. Tiny had .i
li.iw rain at tin- lake Friday mil
Burst r r Um toiutii, bringing his But
II) with nini. Hi status that the Bin I
I. mil office ! doing a big business this
year and many settlers are also luiv
lands in tin- Mm u- ectlull.
Mrs. Hall of Knmiett, is here visit
bjg with her sisters, Mr. BfOMM ;"''
H. H. (iranel wai notlfeid Kridav
of the death Of his father. H. W (iranel
at Painesvllle, Ohio, aged 65 years, on
Ad Simons hag Jne to Boise and
J. Susar, of Memphis, Tenu., Is now
helping Mr. Cream in the Alexander
The regular inonthlv meeting of the
directors of the Owyhee ditch com
pany was held on Friday afternoon,
with no special business coming up.
Mrs. Prank Davis Is here from Mi
Minnville. visiting with her daughter
Mrs. Herb Williams
Mrs. Frank Morfitt is here visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Mr and Mrs James Lawrence were
here from Vale on Thursday.
Miss Fatsey Huffman, is home fiom
a visit at Westfall.
The Golden Rule Syndicate
Have Leased Store Room
TO OPEN UP ABOUT AUGUST IS
Charles II. Harnett, I live
young business man from Chey
enne, Wyoming, where he en
gaged in the retail mercantile
business for several years with
gratifying success, is coining to
Ontario on August 15 to estab
lish a branch of the OnMcn
Rule stores, one of the largest
syndicates of dry goods con-
cerns operating in the Inter
mountain region and the I'acilic
The Coiden ltule store here is
to be conducted under the man
agement it Mr. Harnett, who re
cently visited Ontario ami other
towns of this section a.id who
was tired with enthusiasm re
garding the commercial future
of this city.
There are 200 dry goods
stores in the wet which are
associated through the (iolden
Rule syndicate. The secret of
under selling is under buying,
is this syndicate's slogan. By
controlling two hundred stores,
the syndicate claims, it is pos-
libit to puiehase goods ill NUcIl
large lots that rock bottom
prices may be commamleil
Ailherance to this system
enables the Onlden Rule stores
to sell standard goods at re
Mr. Hat nelt comes from Wy
oming with Hie bust of reeoin-
I a t in us He was considered one
of the ablest and most valuable
lioos'ers m Cheyenne and the
press oj that city has expressed
sincere regret at his determina
tion to come to ( Mitai in
Km m-iIIii ice ami prORI '
r,. ii- Praaaary. ' 'Phou IWW,
Fur sale, young turkeys, at tin- Oi.
Miss Cuinniins was home from BoiM
Creamery butler M cents a pound at
tiie Ontario market
uur the fourth-
Frank Johnson rume over from
Just received a new )attern in table
ware that is very dainty It is carried
in open stock and you can buy as
many pieces "or as few as you may
want The price is very reasonable.
THK VARIETY STORK, Ontario, Ore.
Mrs. Junes has returned ft' in Vale
where she has bean for the past month.
Creamery butter, made under most
sanitary conditions possible, 2- cents a
pound, same price aa ranch butter, at
the Ontario Market.
For standard patterns go to ibe Ait
LADIES NOTICE Ball dresses, and
all kinds of cleaning and renovating
at Cope's, 'The I'ressary. "I'hone I06w
Miss Esaie Orcutt left for her vaca
tion on the coast.
E. Cope ia still doing business in the
Moore Hotel Blk Cleaning, 1'resaing
and Tailoring. 'I'hone 106 W.
I fM r. H H
Ami BWs co A mt
jm! ONTARIO fV
fW OBEGOJjJ IV
It will pay you to
visit our Clearance
Sale of Millinery,
Suits, Coats, Sum
mer Dresses, Lawns
Crepes and shallies by the
yard for afternoon dresses
and lounging robes.
A lot of Shirt Waists,
House Dresses and Muslin
I'nderwear also in this
Several lines of Children's
Women's and Men's Shoes
included at a big saving to
Local Market Report.
Corrected Apr. .'10, for the I tit
of Argue raadera by the Malheur Mar
KKKa, per doxen. l"o
Buttar, per pnuuJ, 2oo.
Oata, par hundred, 11.60
Wheat, par hundred, 91. 75.
Hay par ton, H.
Fotatoae, per hundred, 1.00
Oolooe, per hundred, 12.00.
Applea, per box, 11.00. to fl.H0
Cblokena, diaaaed, per pound,! Ho.
Pork, draaeed, 8 4 t,, o,
Pork, lire, 6..ru to 7
Veal, : to too.
Heef He to 12fl
It Mas been definitely deoiderl
tliut the commercial, industrial
and development organizations
of Oregon will hold u big In
dustrial and Products show in
Portland from Oct. '-'' to Nov
14, and the Armory, togetlni
with one or more Itmponr
structures, has been selected h
the site. Mr. Louis V. Buckle
termor) y of the Alnsku-Yuko i-
l'ucilic El position, has been M
It i lid t'i manage the liig show.
About B0,000 tquori feet of
spate will lie lltiiltod and this
will lie iii.itlv equally divided
between DfOOUttO ol the farm
ami (lie VOrkfliOP, Almut 19,000
siUate I'ei t u ill in u-nl tn sliuvv
municipal and 1 1 u itiODtl work
It Is eieeted that tlie best
lllOWiOg Hi apples and oilier
fruit $ i i noadi in rrogon wil
lie found at tbi ihow.
Nature's Sun Dial.
Tht M i- '" need for clocks on the
,i any 'lay when the sun is
-Inning 1 In i . u.itiiie does not vary,
though the niilum- pass. I lie natu
ral i line-marker is the largest sun ilial
in the world. Project) mg into the I
blue waters of the sea is u large
promontory which lifts its head i.isS)
fi it above the waves. As the sun
swing round the pointed shadow of
the mountain just touches one after
the other of a number of small islands,
which are at exact distances apart and
act aa hour marks on the great dial
Just as true and unvarying as the
quality of golden grain belt beers,
ffJJI FirtHT NATIONAL BANK
OK ONTARIO HAS INSTALLK1) A
NUMBER OF AFBI1 PUHMIIT
UOXFJJ. KACH BOX HAS A DOU
BLK LOCK AND T1IKV AKFORD A
HAFK FIRKFItOOF 1'LACK TO
KKKF DLKDH, LIKK l.NHl RANCK
1'OLICIKS AND OlIIKK VALU
ABLLh. THK RKNTAL RATK ON
THK BOXfH IH VKKV RKASON
A BLK. If-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO, OREGON
As made to the Comptroller of the Currency at the close
of business June 30, 1914.
Loans and Discounts 1325,423.08 Capital fiO.Oao.ott
Overdrafts 7M.M Surplus .-.O.OOihio
Bonds and Warranta 2s,:ili!.lo Undivided Troflta IS.M6.M
U. S. Bonds (par) 0,600.00 circulation 22,500.00
Kx-alty 2,712.31 Roserved for Taxea 1,500 (S)
Furniture and Fixtures u, 484.113 Deposits. 430,93.1. ni
Redemption Fund 1,125,00
Cash and Sight Exchange 18Q, 211 .49
$:.;;, coo 18 $5117,000.18
KKSKKVK 41.8 Per Cent
KNOWN FOR ITS STRENGTH
A strong, conservative institution, which has success
fully passed through many financial storms and "stood
by" its customers at such times. We are always prepared
to take care of the proper needs of our customers and
invite desirable new business.
OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
A. L. COCKRUM, President H. II COCKRUM, Cashier
T. TURNBULL, Vice President C. W. PLATT. "Aast. Cashier
C. E. KENYON, J. D. BILLINGSLEY, L. B. COCKRUM
Report of the Condition of the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Ontario, in the Slut., of Oregon, at
the elow of hnsinean, June th.
1H14, No. .WW.
I. ..in-mi. I disoonntM 3 423 08
n. i.l i at t- se'nrert and
I'SlMindsto aeeure olreu-
latum --, IM
t' S Uinds to secure I'oMul
Saviugs r"') ,HI
Honda, aenritle, etc 812 10
Hanking house, furniture
and tlxtnrea 484 r'3
Other real estate owned I 742 31
I Hi from national bank
(not renerve agent) 54 i2 5n
Hue from State and Pri
vate Banka and Banker,
Trust . Companiea and
Savings banks 1 ooo 00
One from approved reserve
miiiiit m os
Checks and other cash items 7s7 91
lAchanges for Clearing .
Note of other National
I..,Lh I HHII tS'
I nictioiial paper enrrenev.
nickel . and (nts I91' 51
l.imi I. MONRI RsKK
is Hans i
SiK-cie . 22 Ml i"
Legal tender notes Hl tsi 2 1 64 U
UedeuipUon rood with 0 s
Treasurer i per cent of
eireiilatlnli) I ' '
Due fJoni l'. I Treasurer 0 00
T-.iAl. ' BOO IM
I i miii. mi I
Capital stock paid in " ' "'
Karplnsfnnd 000 00
l inliv Ided pruiit". leas
pMSM and IMM paid '- '' ' n
K.sened for taxes 1 "l M ,MI
Sational bank iinti nut-
Dm- in state and private
banka and bankers I I 171 M
Individnal deposits nh
,,.,-t I., cb.-ck fr '!" "'
Demand oertlftoates of d
:. :.iin ;,
Time ci-itiii.at'- ..I depuetl I
Postal Savings deposits
TOTAL ''" ''"" '
State of Oregon I .
Ciiintv ..I Malbeiir i
I li . B Cockrum mahierof thealsjvs
,,,u i bank .In suleuinlj swear thai
tin above stateiw nl is trie to the Ih--i
.ii my knowledge atod lariief
II. B. in kkim, ' ashler
( orreet Attest
A. I. Cockrum,
C K. Kei yon, Mraolon,
.1. D. Billingskay i
L B Cockrum,
Kabaorlbad and sworn to before nn-
tin. Ml, ilav of JUIV. K'14
' . r. ... ii, ,
W W. wool.
LOCAL DRU66IST MAKES MANY FRIENOS
The druggist reports that he is mak
ing many friends through the gUICK
benefit which Ontario people receive
from the simple mixture of buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc , known as Adler
i in. This remedy became famous by
curing appendicitis and it is the in., t
thorough bowel cleanser known, Mtlflg
on U)th the lower and upper l.ouel
JUST UNI POM of Adler i ca re
lieves constipation and gas on the
tomach almost I.MMKD1ATKI.Y.
Should be purchased
from your home jew
eler who stands ready
at all times to make it
We have the late pat
terns and standard
makes to select from.
Official watch man for the railroads
of this nection.
W. W. LETSON,
l. I A.K. Hi., si. hi.
Mutiey to bum Improved irr
gaied farm. W. II. Dooliltle Co.
Loto for Sale .'i iii Rlvoitid
mlililioii, near stil Million. In.
n ire at ArgllD.
Ymi inn iel four pUndld
RlOgOlinOI on'- JTMI I"' Ifl OODU
t xlia ly lenewinjj your sul)
mi iplion t" tin- Aru"-
Siccial BflaM mi trunks ami suit
aaaai (or 10 daya Kroaatli Uar
I in iii -a alfall.i bay see .1 J I 'in,
'j l milli-outb ol Oa tariu Kitbar
in Hi lit i.i dalifaradi
Sici.iiiI II mil Ilav Wa'iui tin -..I.'
obaap Al Vaa Patten Lhr. Ca,
I-.. i sale Regiatared Dnroc Jersey
pins, imtli miMi various agaa, snaerior
quality, See them. II R Boomer,
I-1 in t html. Idaho.
Wanted Woman to cook on ranch
I'hone 003 K-'J.
FOR RKNT Two large rooms, fur
nished, North Main St , three blocks
from I'ost Office. J. M. Steward. M
FOR SAI.K: Three lots, Villa I'ark
add. to Ontario Apply to Mrs. M I
Rhiaies, Farms, Idaho -l
Mr. ami Mrs. W II llionke are home
1 1 mil a visit with the home folks in
Usui The. win- awav aevci.il
.un ami rcioit that In it lln !