The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, August 19, 1915, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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Mrs. II. ('. Whltworth whs up from
Wolaer tli Ural part of tho week.
It iink Milter of VVelner wun a via
lor li re Sunday.
N. C. PreHcott and Henry Wlillaon
worn over from Uoian, Monday.
L W. Valentine of Pocatello was
Inn' Monday.
Wi I. Mofllt of Drewaey, wbh a
ii Iifcro Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. MrKwan were vln
llorn here laat week.
Tom CrotlierH of Klveralde wan up
llio latter part of last week.
Ida Stewart of Wentfull wim down
last Wedneaduy.
S. Knight of Uolae waa here
Mra. V. B. Staplea of Vale, waa
down laat Thurnday.
Claude Hanka of Payette waa here
K. V. Mlckel of Cord, Ore . waa a
vialtor here Friday.
Frank Atterhury of Payette waa
over here Friday.
W. J. C'vKen came down from
Klveralde laat Saturday.
W. H. Klma of Weatfall waa her
Shi unlay.
Jim Murphy, a realdent of lieu
lull, waa here Saturday.
J. IV Mulr of Welaer apent Sunday
Mra. J. A. HoakinH of linker, waa
here Sunday.
C. .. Hill of Uolae waa hen- Wed
neaday of laat week.
Uodachalx of New Plymouth,
waa a vialtor In Ontario laat week.
Clin II Trout of Pocatello waa In
town laat week.
Frank Culver of Sand I'oint.
ape'it luat Thuraday here.
II II lllrkox waa over from lloiae
i.iitiyN'iart of laat week.
1.. II. Van Slyke waa up from Poca
tello laat Friday.
L. 11. Seara waa iu from Jaiuieaon
.i.i.i:-.- I i,i Hun HIkkh made a im-i
in trip to Vale Monday.
I). F. Murphy, a. atoukman from
Hi 'tilah, came in Saturday.
William Connolly, a aheepman ol
lli'ulah, waa In Ontario thia week.
Murray Morton made a hualueaa
trip to Vale Monday.
J. II Juuor of Moist- waa an On
tario visitor laat Saturday.
r'm. Co-Vvolly of Weatfall waa
here Saturday.
Martin Joyce aud Dan Murphy of
Mt-iiluli were viaitora here Saturday.
John I. Houston came down from
ah- laat Saturday on buaiueaa.
W. T Lauipklu made a trip to
Weiaer Tueaday.
Win. Weat of Weatfall came down
A. J Hunt of Hurley, Idaho, waa
li-n- over Sunday.
Mrs. Mae Martin of Weat Stayton,
On- , came iu Suuday.
Jf,s. I. U. guesenht-rry of Vale
came down Suuday, returning home
Mouduy evening
W. F. AuiIi-i.-miu came over from
lloi.-ie aud apent Wedueaday of laat
week here.
Arthur Pool left for Itiveruide with
Ui- lour horse teams to work on the
o . couatruGtiou work.
I he
Kodaks and Supplies
Win. Lees madi' a trip to Wile
Ami Williams of Payette waa here
laat week.
8. A. Armlatead waa a vlaitor frpie
Bolae, Friday and Saturday of laat
J. 8. Pope and wife were In from
Jaiuieaon for a short visit the latter
part of laat week.
Kthi'l and Harriet Huffman made a
trip to Weiaer laat week to vialt their
grandfather, L. it Huffman.
Mra. F. 8. Bailey went to Port
land Sunday evening for a few weeks
Mrs. H. D. Ilacine and Mrs. II D.
Meed of Drewaey returned home
l-'rlday morning.
It. c Stewart, C. R. John Ron and
Frank Cummins of Weatfall were
visitors here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. 11 B. Darling of
Portland were here the first part of
this week.
Miss Cook who has been the guest
f Mlsa Margaret Dunbar, returned
home to Vale last Friday.
Mr and Mra. J. F. Doty loft last
i-'m.i i for a few weeks outing at
Oross, Idaho.
' Hobt. McOaughey of Maker, was
i business visitor here Wednesday
if last week.
Mr and Mrs Karl Thompson went
o New Meadows laat week for an
Win. I. axon of the Toggery, la
(pending a short vacation at New
It M Carllle who la with the Mai
i. in Merc. Co., has returned from an
luting at Ironaldea.
Miaa Uetay Taylor left this week
for a camping trip with a party from
i.uir....- Bailey and Haxel Lackey
uade a trip to lii-i Tueatfav re
timing Wedneidny.
F. i: Qllchrlat of Suplee. Crook
ounty, Ore., la here thla week look
ng over the country. Mr. Qllchrlat
txpecta to engage In farming here.
(leorge Duuton and wife came
lown from Drewaey Thuraday for a
Malt with Ontario frlenda. They
eturned Saturday.
C B Sanford left laat week with
our inn-..-, for Biveraide. He will
miii. the team on the O. W. con
trniton work.
Lee Noe waa here Thursday on his
vay from Salem where he went to
i-i a priaoner who will be given a
lew trial.
0. W. H..I i, and Aligal Horn of
Pilot Bock who were here to attend
lie funeral of Chaa. Slmmona, have
eturned home.
The many frlenda of Mra. Henrv
Hlera of thia city are glad to hear
hat she ia recovering nicely from a
terioua illness
Born, Auguat h.ii. . to Mr. aud
Mrs Win Johnaon, a baby girl.
Mother and babe are at the home of
Mr. .in I Mra. Yoachum in town.
Miaa Ktlit-I Hubbard aud Mlsa
Ktinii-e Hamnierick of Weiaer were
lie guests of Miaa Leah Henaen,
Krlday evening.
J. L. D. Morrison of the Oregon
Western Colonization Company, re
lumed Saturday from a weeka vis
t iu Portland.
Mrs. H. H. Whitney returned Sat
urday evening from Boiae and Kuna
Idaho where she has been visiting
friends for a few weeka.
Mrs Booz aud little graudaughter,
Helen Fifer, who have been the
guests of Mrs Ed Huffman near
Mallett station, for several days,
returned home Sunday
Mrs. Francis Henaen of Weiaer,
waa the guest of her daughter, Miss
Leah Henaen, in thia city Sunday.
Dr. D. C. Brett left this week for
Ontario Pharmacy
Watervllle, Wash., to spend ten days
looking after his wheat ranch near
that place. Mra. Brett will be In the
otllce in the absence of the doctor.
Mr. and lira. L. A, Dlckinaoii of
I'eiitlleton, arrived here last Sun
day and atayed over for the funerul
of the latP Chua. Simmons. Mra.
Dickinson was a sister of ('has. Sim
mons. Mr. and Mrs. Jamiesou apent a
few days here shopping and visiting
friends. Their home Is In the In
terior. Mra. Jamleson was formerly
Miss Pearl Edwards and was a teach
er In the public school here.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Staples had as
their guest lasl Tueaday, an uncle of
Mrs. Staples', Mr. Newport, ami his
daughter, of Springfield, Mo. They
left Tuesday evening for the fair at
San Frnnclaco.
The Orand Jury will meet at Vale
Auguat :tOth., a week before the op
enlng of the fall term of the Cir
cuit Court. Indlcatioiia are that the
coming term of the court will be a
heavy one.
3. J Beaty came in from his
homestead at Homedale Saturday
lie will return to Homedale In
ui-. mi ten days and then will go to
Wallowa where he la to teach iu the
high school for the coming year.
('has. Boswell, a buslneaa man of
Vale was In the city thla week Mr
Boawell waa contractor of the mull
route between thla point and Ontar
io many years ago and found several
old time friends here to greet him.
The Times Herald, Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Letson left
Sunday for Shoahone, for a fishing
trip. Mr. Letson will return In a
few days, and Mra. Letson will go on
to si Paul, Minn., to buy her fall
atock of millinery. Plana were made
for their departure laat week, but
owing to aome bualneaa mattera
they were delayed a few daya.
Mra. C. C. Dodge haa been selected
by the Library Aaaoclatlon to nil the
vacancy in the Ontario Library,
cnuaed by the resignation of Miaa
Plnney Mra Dodge haa had pre
vious experience, having been In
charge of thla library a few yeara ago
before the new library building was
L. G. Olaou and wife who left here
June 27 on an Indian motorcycle
with aide car, for Kansas City, have
atarted on the return trip. M ra.
Olson's brother, Kosooe Tlleaton, is
coming west with them. Mr. and
Mrs. Olson have been viaiting their
parent . and other relatives in Kan
sas City and other middle western
Notice la hereby given that, in
pursuance of Ordinance No. 236, of
the City or Ontario, I have taken up
and impounded the following dea
crlbed animal found running at
large within the corporate limits of
the City of Ontario, In Malheur
County, State of Oregon, to-wlt:
One bay gelding about three
years old. Weight about 1.050
pounds Branded thus An (I
above a W on the left m ui.-.
And that I will on the 25th., day
of August, 1915, at the hour of 2
o'clock P. M , of said day offer for
sale aud will sell above described
animal at public auctiou to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, at
Eagle Barn lu said City of On
tario. Taken up this nth , day or August,
Posted this 14th., day of August,
D. H. Kerroot. City Marshall
Why have an inexperienc
ed man practice on vour
machine when you can get
an expert mechanician? We
have an expert from the
Ford factory and are mak
ing a specialty of Ford re
pairs. Good work on your car
costs no more here than a
poor job elsewhere.
Phone 134 Pete Duford
Mrs. M. E. Newton entertained
nineteen little boys anil girls laat
Friday afternoon In honor of the
birthdays of her daughter, tlwen
dolyn. and son, Harold. Miss
(Iwendolyn was eleven yeara old the
15th.. or August, and Harold was
thirteen the llltli.. of August. The
ufternoon waa spent pleasantly With
games on the lawn, and in listening
to ralry stories read by Mrs. New
ton. The afternoon concluded hap
pily with the serving of refreshim-nl-:
which consisted or Ices and the iinia1
blrthdny cake.
.1 nut lira lawyer Home.
P. V. Gallagher returned to, Jnn
tura Saturday after spending sever
al days here on business. Mr.
(lallagher is the owner of the Juntii
ra Times, and until recently has been
the editor. He now has leased the
paper and la devoting all his time to
the practice of law.
II. L. Peterson Home.
H. L. Peterson of the Ontario
Furniture Company, returned the
latter part "t last week from Port
land where he bought some new
atock. Mr. Peterson states that
three times as many merchants at
tended "Buyers Week" this ear in
there was laat. He la very enthu
siastic over the manner In which
1'ortlaml treated the visitors, as h
aaya there was not an idle moment,
for when business was attended to
amusement was planned ror the vis
itors for every hour or the day
Dr. Emma F. A. Drake, corres
ponding aecretary or the Worlds
Purity Federation, or Denver, Colo ,
will apeak at the M E Church Sun
day morning, afternoon and evening.
She will speak Iu the morning at the
regular preaching hour, and a meet
ing of all the ladles of Ontario will
he held at 2:30 P. M. Then In the
evening a union meeting will be
held iu the M. E. Church at which
Dr. Drake will apeak.
Idaho -se-si,i Here.
David J. Lewla, Assessor of On
eida County, Idaho, who Is In atten
dance at the meeting or the State
Hoard or Equalisation being held ut
Bolae this week, came down Sun
day to visit Ida brother-in-law, D P.
Dearborn, and famll) He returned
to lloiae Monday.
New Stock In.
Itader Bros., have juat received a
large shipment of rail atock and the
entire force baa been busy ror aev
eral days getting it ahelved and in
place. Black aud white will be one
of the leading fadn tills year and
thla will be round not only lu wool
and silk material, but In buttona,
in. mis and etc ror tTimnilug.
FOB BENT Modem five-room fur
uished house close In. Address
Box 74 tr
TO TBADK (Jood realdence pro
perty In a hue Idaho town, ror laud
or towu property iu Ontario. Ilox
833, Ontario, Ore.
KOIt SALE Potato digger at Holy
iioaary nospiiai. u
DON'T FOBOET that Louis Hurtle
still mi. it pen.- aheara at the O K.
Barber Shop. Only teu cent a a
pair 28 8l
tarlo, or ten acres adjoining the city.
to trade ror clearing aud plowing II
acres on Parma Bench, near Njyjsu
Interstate Land k Loan Co., Moist-.
Idaho 31 tf
lulou Pacini Hyatoni
Tickets on sale, August 18 aud 25,
and Sepieuiheri 8, 15 and 22.
Limit, October 3 1st See agenta
ror rates aud further particulars.
33 6t
19, 191ft
and Nyal
Consisting of four liiglict tirade
pianos two upright mill two player
pianos received at Ontario Ireiuht
i!i'iot June Itth.i 1! I". in I'nrceil to
ell these pianos here at once in
order to satisfy It. H Co'a claim
Wll sell for my actual cost price
with Just enough cash, as lirsl pii
nielit. to cover freight an. I .tuiare
Malance in easy terms Write J. L.
II., care or Argus.
Write or call J. L. It. cure Of
I'arley Uooins, or telephone I4W
It.ipii-i Inn, I, Notes.
Topics for next Sunday, August
:22nd.. 11 A. M., "A Ureat House
and Its Vessels." 8 P. M. Dr. Kinina
llruke will speak at the M. K church
which will be a union service. The
pastor will preach ut Nyssa in the
evening which will he the beginning
of a two weeks revival meeting
11. Y. P. lT. at the church at 7 P M
led by Miss Ayers.
Miss Ayers will speak ai the
White Sett lenient, lu the afternoon at
.: o'clock. Miss Ayers will have
charge or all the services while the
pastor la In the meeting at Nyssa.
D. E. Maker, Pastor.
Fifty Horse Power, Seven
Passenger ' 'Six" $1050
F. 0. B. Detroit
Studebaker has set a new standard
or vuliirs In offering a ear or such
power, .iiiillt and sl.e, al kio.mi
Mtudehakers have coinplclch out
classes! all compel It Ion this year.
HH., mi
Prices F. 0. B. factory
Phone 134
Pete Duford
An Electric
Means Economy
Economy in the Cost of the Range itself,
Economy in Current Consumption, and in
Conservation of Food Volume and value.
$11.00 Down
$4.00 monthly payments
Min.s every home can afford to be equipped with this modern
economizer and labor saver.
Ask for a demonstration of these ranges at the office of the
Electric Investment Company
VS00S0000aettSraP0& tV-VxW
Sever Puitiiershlp.
W. II. Mrookeand l(. W. SwiiKler,
who have been eniraged in the prac
tice oi ten ti'Kether for the punt
two years have severed partnership
relations. Mr. Swngler will contin
ue his law practice In his pre enl
illices, anil Mr. Mrooke will lit up
new nlllcea In the Wil-im huililinc.
Union Pacific
Remember the Un
ion Pacific System
is the Direct Route
to all points east.
Through Cars.
Stop-Overs Diverse Routes
Consult any 0. S. L Agent for
rates and further details.
'AMI-; Til IN. I,
1916 $655
Including electric Hlarter mid electric
All tell "lirst cost" records broken.
All low "utter cost" records broken.
The M WW II, I. has lowered all
et iiitomi records ror:
1st., .Miles K-r sel or tires.
2nd., Miles per gallon or gasoline.
:lrd., Miles per quart of lubrlcalliiu
Itli., Lowest year-Ill and year-out
repair hills.
Come in ami see this beautiful
1111(1 MAXWELL. I -( B aiv It
eel le.l villi cull llilnl. of.
Telephone or write for a free
Phone 134 Pete Duford
Very low rates to
Colorado Springs,
Kansas City, St. Louis,
Memphis, Omaha,
St. Paul
and many other points from all
points on the Oregon Short Line.
SALE DATES, May 15, 19, 22,
26, 29;. lime 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23.
26, 80; July 7, 14, 21, 28; August
1, 11, 18, 25; Sept. 1, 8, 15.
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