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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1916)
THE PAID LOCAL
Mutiny to I... mi
I'linty of 7 per cent money for
fartn Ihbiim Lawrence ft Keller,
$500.00 to $ I. Mm oo to loan on
I in proved farms My own money. No
delay. t K. Carman, 1'. (), Vale
POH HALF. Six good thrifty pigs
920.00 taken them If taken at once.
Knur mlli'H went of Ontario. J J
Dlllard, hox liL'ij, Ontario, Oregon
Vlnno Tuning A. II. McC'arty, an
export piano tuner la permanent l lo
rated at Nyssa All work guaran
teed. I'honn 14j. Htf
(lood aecnnd hand llnlck autoino
bile for aale, cheap. Knqulro J W.
For rent R room cottage, good
lawn, trees and garden apot. Art
Ilunnuck, 84J. tf
Wanted Stock to pasture $1 2,r.
per mm. nili 0 H Trousdale, ho II.
Ontario, Ore 17tf
r'or Kent I'Mve room house, ahade,
lawn and garden apot. key with Joe
Staple at M M Co 13tf
Kor Hale ltahy carriage In good
condition Itange, refrigerator, dres
ser and other hoiiaeliold gooda Mm
J. E. (ioodfellow, 2 lilocka weat of
high achool. 17M
Kor rent, 8 room brick houae, mod
ern, central, on Main aired W II
Last June's bride are now pre
pared to give competent advice lo
For Halo One Kord Touring car
and one Ford delivery car Ontario
For Sulc Feed lorn II B. lied
Inr.i ..ii. Frultland, Ida. l :'.t
Yuan Hhl-kal'a la the only govern
ment that can endure a revolution
from republic to monarchy mid bnnii
' ugaln wkhoiil . UK .in ,ir
May Mclntyre, who waa with
' Winn Hui. i.. I'uIIh the String." wltl
uppeur In the flm, "Her Great Hour"
at Dreamland, Motiday evening, May
in. Wedneaday evening, May 10th,
H i..r Moore will appear In Chli-i
Notice la hereby given that I have
funda on hand to pay all General
Fund Warranta endorsed not paid
for want of funda.
Intercut ceaaea May 10th, 1016.
d at Vale, Oregon, May 8,
J. R WEAVER.
Treas. Mulheur County. Oregon.
Shortage In material la more con
apicuoui In current fashion than
ahortage In dyeatuff.
Mitw Leslie McDonald
J. F Mullen, of Weatfall, wua
c C. Hunt waa a visitor here from
W. O. Jenklna was here from
liolso on Monday.
n. F. Logan was down from West
Mrs. Peer and Mra. Snyder of Ny
ssa were here Tuesday.
A. K. Nichols has been here from
i hi' ranch for a few days.
Mra. Fred Dalley Is visiting with
friends at Bolae this week.
Mra w. II Adorns was here from
llnrper this week looking after busi
John Ward, the Nyaaa sheep man,
was around town Monday with a
. w of his many friend
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Weaver were
here from Vale on Friday visiting
with reliitlvi'H and friends.
W. 8. Lawrence, who registers
from Parma, was around town this
week with a broken ankle
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McCormlck
arc now located at Moscow where
they are doing well with a bakery.
Ilert Carter came down from
.hint urn Tuesday for a slight oper
ation on his leg. He Is doing tine
Mil.- Arnold has oeen here sever-
al daya with his wife and baby. Mrs
Arnold is going to Minnesota for a
short visit with relatives.
circuit court la atill in session,
but Is expected to finish up In a few
daya. We will have a report tf tM
proceedings In our next Issue
Ad. Simons was a visitor to
Bolae over Sunday. He says that
huslnea Is good In llolae. The only
trouble the merchanta have Is to gel
Hie goods to sell.
Moli Cavln waa here Monday with
a Ford auto, which ho was trying to
atart. Bob said if he had a aaddle
on the blamed thing lie would make
It go. Bob Is buying horses these
J. Boydel, the Nyaaa merchant,
waa here Wednesday between trains
He says Nyaaa la having hum.
building boom this spring and that
hualneea and collections are good
J. J. Burbrldge, who la now locat
ed at la Grande, waa here several
day this week looking after his In
terests here. He recently returned
from the coust v. here he found busl
Friday evening. May B, be euro
and come to the M. K. church if you
are looking for a good time. A
program, refreshments and a social
evening. Admittance according to
Miner Bros., who own the building
occupied by the Ontario Auto com
pany, are having addition built on
to accommodate the Increasing busl
ueaa. The new part will contain a
pit and other convenlcnoee needed.
I.. V. Stuart, of John Day, was
illed to Vale as a witness i:i a law
case and took the opportuiiii to do
a little electioneering for the state
senatorahip. Mr Stuart aaya he la
too busy to make a canvass for the
Ira Williams, one or the high
achool pupils, waa awarded the sil
ver medal In the drill contest held
here Wedneaday afternoon ('apt
Ressner of the Iduho National Guard
waa drill master. There was quite
close competition and oue boy lost
by not having his gun clean.
The members of Hie W 0. T. V.
wish to thank the public for the
generous support they are receiving
in their efforts to have a public foun
tain installed oil the street They
will confer with the city council and
determine where it is to be located
Rev Johns, who is now located at
Mackey, was here this week renew
ing acqualntucnes. He aaya the
Mackey section Is very prosperous
Tin' uilli. a employ about six hundred
Study Food Values
Food provided for the family table de
serves the careful thought of every house
wife. Do you use thought when buying
The quality of cake, biscuits and all
quicLiy raised flour foods depends largely
upon the kind of baking powder used.
Royal Baking Powder is made from
cream of tartar derived from grapes. It is
absolutely pure and has proved its excel
lence for making food of finest quality and
wholesomeness for generations.
Royal Baking Powder contains no alum
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
and the Utah (instruction company
nre golni; to build a diitn so that the
valley may he Irrigated. Mr Johns
appeared In excellent health
Cuto Johns, a former Sumpter
merchant, who la now buying hay for
a Portland firm, was here a short
time last week and said about all
the hay has been shipped and soon
lln market will he supplied with
new hay from California. There
has been a good demand and the
price was such that the farmrrs
made good money.
There was a picnic over near the
haunted house on Sunday. Those
who participated were Mr and Mrs
:..ni' rn, Mr. and Mrs Peters, Mr
Mrs Kenyon, Mr. and Mrs Whlt
worth, of Welser and Mr and Mrs
J I) lllllingiiley and family, Mr. and!
Mrs. Kellogg and family, Mrs. John
Woods nnd Mr and Mrs Coekrum
and family of Ontario (ibost stor
ies naturally weut with the haunted ,
J. J. Oonni'Kun was here from
Harney county last week trying to
eomlnce the voters that he Is the;
man they want to send to Sale n mid
It will not he known Just how suc
cessful he was until, the votes are '
cast. Mr. Donnegan has held some
ofrices In Harney county and they
say he has always made good and
they believe he will make good If1
selected as the candidate at the prim
aries tills year.
Mr. Cupp, who has a ranch on the
Sin. or creek, was visiting with K
l lowland a few days this week.
He reports that work is going ahead
on the Succor creek reservoir and
when completed It will reclaim some
rine land The dam will be built
near the Isaacs place. There la a
much larger acreage being cultivat
ed In the Geui district Ibis year than
Quite a number weat from here
to the contentions In Baker this '
week J R lllackaby and A. I,
Coekrum attended the bankors
meeting. Mr and Mrs. Walter
Olenn, Mr and Mrs Baker Ball. On
liirl... William Jonea, Juntura,
diaries Rocker, Westfall, W. A.
Itobortson and Kd Howard, Drew
sey, attended the stockgrowers
A F. Tonnlngsen came down from
the Westfall country Tueaday to vis
it with the family for a few daya.
He aaya the lamb crop waa not up to
average as the range was too dry
last tall The sheep men will all
bo shearing in a ahort time. The
range I fine now and the lambs are
at leaat ten pounds heavier than at
this time last year.
The voters of Malheur county
should inuk a special effort to at
tend the prlmatiea and vote for J
W McCullocli for public service com- I
ml'ealoner, not alone ror Mr. Mn'ul
loch's benefit, but ror the benefit or j
the county aa well. It would be of'
great advantage to this county to
have a home man on the public ser
Clay M Steana has been appoint
ed I' .S commissioner and annual .
proofs hi laud may be made before '
nun al Hie city hall
limy and Stevens" have sold their
Ice buslneaa to the Cold Storage Co.,
who will complete all contracts and
are now prepared to deliver either
artificial or natural Ice. When you
waul to cool off phone 157 It
Miss Hansen, the Dreamland or
chestra. was a visitor to Welser today.
Time to buy Boys' Spring
Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts,
Underwear, Blouses, etc.
I have a complete line for
Boys' straw hats 25 and 50c
Boys' silk hats - 50c
Boys' felt hats - - $1.00
Boys' blouse waists and shirts
35c, 50c and $1.00
The best line in town and the largest selection of
styles. $1.50 to $3.00
ci' diii"CJ have a big stock and
suit sizes 6 to 16 years at
will sell the boys a
$1.98 to $5.00
You can outfit the boy for less at
BANKERS FAVOR RURAL CREDIT
Group six of Hie Oregon Hunkers
association met In Haker Ctly this
The old officers were relected.
Discussion during the session was
taken up chiefly with Hie subject of
rural credits and farm loans as the
baals ror such a system Although
no detlulte action waa taken. It was
the concensus or opinion that a na
tional rural credits system would be
vastly preferable to one under state
Mrs. m.i. IMiervou i ,,i,i i,, K....I
Mrs Macpherson, relic or the late
1'rofessor K II Macpherson, died on
April 24th and was buried from the
Baptist church on Friday, the 28th.
I. Monroe Smock, an old friend or
the ramil), cudm'ted the ceremony
and made a beautirul talk.
Mary Jane Freemau was born
June 22, 1853 In Texas; emigrated
to California at the age of four years
and was married at Haken.fi. hi,
January 6, 1876. She united with
the Uaptist church over to years
In 1884 she located at i'ayette,
where her husband was the first
teacher and preacher. A few years
later they moved to this count),
where she has since resided.
Nine children were born to the
union and all were at the fun....:
There are also 18 grand children
The children are Mra. K J. Ileum,
Ironside; Mrs. W. H. Beam, Iron
side; Mrs. V I' llrookover, Ontar
lo; Mrs. liuu Grady. Ontario, Mrs
Win I'lughoH. Huntington, Mrs
Frank McKee, Welser; Mrs Harry
Kyea, Willows. Cal; Koss Macpher
son, Kiiiiuett, Idaho, and Urover
Macpherson waa a typical
pioneer woman, one or that noble
band who have contributed their all
to subdue the west aud make it a
garden apot ror the present genera
tion to enjoy Her In.- work com
pleted, she went to sleep to awake
hi that brighter and happier wtnl.l
Mrs. Macpheraou's acquaintance
were her friends aud all sympathize
with the bereaved childrou.
WITH THE RAILROAD HEN
II W. Young, the Short Line en
glueer, la In the city today. Due
of hla assistants was brought to the
hospital with an attack of pleurisy.
Maraden, one or Twohy'a men
was brought in with a crushed flnn
er which waa amputated
Carl Mucker fell uuder a hand
car and hud his hip injured and is
at the hospital
Charles A I'owell, a fireman on a
pile driver, was brought In Tuesday
The Mitchell 6
Is the Greatest Car Value
the World has ever Known
ONTARIO REAL ESTATE CO., Agts.
We like, however, to aee real,
old fashioned, dyed In the wool
1'olltlcs is politics" and "pigs Is
pigs," and that's about all you can
make out of either.
The fellow who boasts or bossing
the roost Is generally as meek as
Moses when the real boss Is around
Yea, we'd rather have hay In our
hair and dollars In our pockets than
poll ii on our backa aud nothing In
We ould, Incidentally. Insure
good health by avoiding those things
thai promote III health. Hut we
WHY THIS DRUG STORE
Purity of Drugs.
Accuracy in Prescriptions.
Freshness of Proprietary Medicines.
Betl of Toilel Articles.
Durable Rubber Goods.
Variety in School Supplies,
Latest Stj Its in Stationer) .
Delicious Ice 'ream.
('hui. -est !' Soft Drinks.
Best Pipei Jtnil Tobaccos.
Prompt si 'I Efficient Service.
Everhart Drug Co.