The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, January 18, 1917, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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THK ONTARIO Altm'H, ONTARIO, ORROON. THI'RHOAV, .MNI'AKV IB. I1T.
The Week With Ontario Citizens
( Lrtx-nl I'rrsoiinl )
Mrs. J. I'rinzlng apent Monday In K. M. Orleg was a passenger on tlie
noise. '.Vale train Monday noon.
Rod Mac-Arthur, one e: the well j Mm. ('. H. Sanford left Inpt en-nlng
known 8heepmen of the Interior wan for Knterprlae to visit her htmhand
Carter
Attorne) V K. I.ees wax :i Vain. Mr and Mi" I-'red I'latt of Parma
viHllur Monday. 'were in town Saturday and again on
ItuHwII .linnienuan of West fall Monday.
wan reglstenil at thf MoOft Monday. Mrs. ('. V. Ashford and son John
Mrs. W. U llanan I y, was of Vale spent Monday In Ontario
an Ontario rtettOf M vloinl iv They MM registered at the iMN
M M Ivli.l ol v r r auh regis Mrs A M. Ward and daughter of
tip I'd at thn Moon .
tt.- thill were n 11 in In-red among I In-
K. K. Fletcher of Vale transacted duetts at the Moore. HMjMJ
hilKlne-H In Ont.nln TM da) Val BMMf one of Wesit.ill'i well
Hill l.iiMin "i tMk known cattlemen wan an Out.irio
Kitiday ofl and vixlte-i in N.mipa and business visitor on Monday
Caldi M l I. Kdniunson of Juntiira DM
I i'. KKglestnn Ol BOM . td among the residents of the Interior to
Hirst the rity ri-turnuk, fm ii k trip spend a few days in Ontario this
10 outside points week.
M. C Whit worth of Wclxer wm v T l-anipklri came over from
In Ontario Vednenda lookliiK utter I'ayette Sunday to spend the day with
loral Interest. a ihls son. lie wax rcglatered at Hu
ll. A. and M. . Shadinger of Drew- Moon
aey HUM HI (intarlo for a short busl- i Mr. Miller of Dickens & Miller.
registered this week at the
House.
On account of the Rev. Herbert
Livingston being called away sudden
ly there will he no preaching services
at Hie Congregational church Sunday.
Oi Lochart of Jamleson, apent
niril days Pi Ontario last ml mil
left or Monday for his old home in
Sky h iff he will Hpi ml
and frlenda. Sell expects to M MM
about ten daya. ,
II. II Cockrum, caahicr of tin- I "I rut
Nntlonal bank returned this week
from an extended trip to Rend. The
lumber town the of Deadline is MM
Ing up Its rapid growth declarea Mr.
Cock rum.
Manager Krhy Hayes of the Kurd
the .Oarage reports the sale of a niiinlier
of cars during the past week. Among
W
iii-hk trip on Tuesday
auctioneers for Ontario's Traders'
Cuh Weigel arrived here today to Day Males was In the city today ar
lake up work with the Knsteni Ore- ranging fir the big sale m-xt Satur
gun Land ConpM) l i
r W Martin who for several vearajthe new drivers of cars are A
waa imiiiected with the OnU'loiTrow, Ontario; Henry Field ol N'yssa
Laundry Is now in business for him- nd W. E. Mlars of Nyaaa.
self at HI I'bso, Texas, according to Win Urown. rormer editor of the
iidvlies received this week by friend-, (late City Journal, who la enjoying
Mr. and Mr Kelso 1 Newman re-1 real seashore life In sunny Callfor
turned tlil-i noon from Portland where i nla, writes the following message,
they spent their honeymoon and after ;whlh was received In this city thla
a short vlalt here will proceed to week: "ll'i a long way to Nyssa hut
Jerome, Idaho, where they will reside. I will be back among the Jack rabbits
Mr ; in I Mrs. I W. Van Valken ' "
burg left Um.dav for Portland on uc- Mr aml MrH VV w- Howard re
count of the III health of Mr. Van , turnwl Tuesday from Corvallls.
Valkenburg. for whom a change of w,re Mr "'.ward attended the con-
aliitude It is Imped will prove bene- j
fit lal
ONTARIO'S MONTHLY
SALESJMY
Backed by Ontario's Best
Business Men.
Commencing promptly at 12:30 P. M.
SATURDAY JAN. 27
AT MOORE BARN
We are sure to have listed:
40 Head of Horses, all kinds
31 Head of Dairy and Range Cattle
20 to 25 Head of Stock Hogs and Brood Sows
Wagon and Farm Implements
Harness
House hold Goods, etc.
You can bring your live stock in the day before.
We have good yards and stalls for stock. They will
be cared for at a reasonable price.
A Free Hot Lunch will be Served by the
Ontario Commercial Club at 12 Noon.
You don't have to have your property listed until
sale day if more convenient. Everybody has some
thing they don't need. There is someone that does
need it. We'll find them. If you have horses, cattle,
hogs, any kind of farm machinery, household goods,
or anything that has a value, bring it to this sale.
We can sell it. Give us a trial.
Ontario Auction Co.
Dickens Miller. Auctioneer.
Carter & Cltment, Mgrs.
; fere nee of County Agrlrultural
agents. He reported n most profita
ble evrhange of oxperlem
Q i: I'snnplietl of llhickfoot, I in
ho. was In Ontario this week noklng
fur possible liu-dnes. opi'lil-i;: lie
will remain here for several die a hit
haa not determined whether or not
he will make thla elty his home.
While walking on Hie streets of
Vale Tuesday Attorney C McOona
gill of thla city slipped and fell break-
Ing hla right arm at the wrist, lie
aides breaking one of the bones the
other waa dislocated making a pain
ful Injury.
Harry Andargon. formerly one of
the biggest sheep raisers of thla ter
ritory but who now makes hla home
In Klensburg, Wash , stopped off In
Ontario Monday to vlalt with old
frlenda while on bis way home from
Halt Lake City where he haa been at
tending the national -onvrntlon of
sheep raisers.
THE OUTLOOK
For bnsiiM'SH during the coining year is very
good; if we can be of an help to von, call on us;
are realize that the 'live' banker must indeed be
,-iiivc to the Deedi of Ui wHiimwnKy end patrons,
ami to assist in every way consistent with good
judgement and safety.
Come and see ns; if we do not help you we will
not hurt you.
Make our hank VOl'l,' hank.
"We fhre eervlee that eerree."
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
WAN'I'KO Mimeone ot farm pota
to land on share. Address Itox II,
Ontario Adv Ml
Mrs i-. cope
Dressmaker, 1'ln
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A Bin Full
of Economy
That mean R-nk
8prMja.CotayoMf
housework down
to u minimum.
Rock Sprlng.Coal
kc.pa your hum.
waul! and com' 11
ablr, briide. I
it . Ii. in .ml lit r'l '"it
cual gas. Ftodiicr.
ini.nM kaakaMisM
cannot force it in
kliukti.
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THE UNIVERSAL
INSTRUMENT
Thirty yeara ago tha trlrphona waa a luxury. Today,
through peraonal IsltUtlve and private enterprise, It haa become
a neceaalty within tha raaah ot everybody. Wbare once a bual
neaa had but one telephone with a limited talking range, today
that buainaaa haa aarvloa with a range three-quartera of a conti
nent broad, and every branch of evary buainaaa ii linked to av
er other by an intercoramo nlratlng talaphone aystam.
Tha talaphone baa earned Ita reaponalbta place and there ar
now R, 900,000 Hell telephones In thla country, over which go
2B.U00.000 talka dally.
Kvcry Hell Telephone ia a I .our Distance SUtion.
Malheur Home Telephone Co.
aMTaVcpV
lloUe I'aielli- l.iiinliei' Co.
Van I'etten l.utiilier Co.
OtilnHn 1'iutl Ol.
THE COPE
50 SPECIAL PRESS 50z
Suits pressed hv the only mechanic in town.
50c Promply and Properly
PHONE 105-W
ONTARIO.
ford
The Universal Car
The new Ford e;ns ;wv up In tin- iiiiinitc in up.
pearauce, with leri(e tiuliatur and eiudotied lan,
liood with full utreamliiie effect, crown feiulerM
iioiii Mini rear, black Hulah with nickel tiinini-
injjs a lUapU) lookiug ar and with all tin- de
peudable, euauriug and ecuiuiiuica qualltiev that
have made the Ford "The I'niversal 'ar." (hie
tail is worth more than a ton of gueaWea. Ford
ears are telling from Hve to ten over an and all
other ears, .simply becauae tiny give more saii
laetory seiviee, last longer ami are easier to oji
eiate and eost less to maintain- and there's DO
guctisiug about the reliability d' Pord Herviee.
Runabout 1343 Touring Car $360 Couuclet 505
Town Car 'tU't Sedan $ 4" f. o, h. Detroit.
On sale at
ford Parage
Ontario, Oregon.