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THE ONTARIO ABQUS, ONTABIO, OREGON, THURSDAY. JULY 10,1917.
The Ontario Pharmacy
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PLAY THK RfOOKHT AM) BKST UM IN TIIK OOCMTY AT PRH1KH WIIK H ARK NOT ONLY RIUHT
BUT REASONABLE. WK GAM limi YOUB EVERV WANT IN THW LINE.
The Rexall Store
PU.MH A NO SUPPLIES
MIT A REXALL REMEUT
CURE THAT COLD NOW
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The Federal Reserve Be:U:nff System mi
created largely to protect and benefit those en
gaged In industry, commerce and agncultur
both employer! and employee. lie main purpose
it to help those who borrow and provide a cur
rency more responsive to business needs.
We are members of this system tuid you can
secure its benefits and add to its strength by
becoming one of our depositors.
Stop in and let us tell you just bow
your particular needs.
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Tlir mvintf ill west shrinkage by
clrttru rooking Is Indicted t tlir
left. Trenilatfd into money tins
mesas thai n eight iM,"d re'
costing :.'.'.i' a M.uni, riertriiity Will
tare you froas .15 to .
AIo stssftti itr i swSsfP fuel than.
saal St prrent prices.
Won't It Pay You to Cook
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Vale Hot Springs
Board, Rooms and Baths.
Massage, Diet, Rest
RHEUMATISM OUR SPECIALTY
DR. THOS. W. THURSTON, Superintendent
WHY DON'T YOU SAVE MONEY when
in want of Tableware, Ohinaware, GImj
waiv, Enameled and Tinwares, 5, 10?,
i 15 everyday useful articles and hund
a of other items by buying from
THE VAKICTY STOKE
Ooj ne. Prices the low
Town Topics Tersely Told
Hsin Cream ipsal Sunday
frtsadj in Weisor.
II. v i K HukiT Is In Holse thin
week attending the Idaho MlnlniiT
not II ii t ton
While Mr snrt Mrs J. F. Ksrl. y
are nut nf town, Mr. snd Mrs. F. I.
Stewart sre occupying ihel resldenre
Mr snd Mrs 1. Adsm snd family
sre among the Ontarlans who sre I
escaping the heat of (he summer st
I'syette Lakes, , -
Mr. I). K Bsker, snd her daugh
ter-ln-law. Mrs. it llsrtlett Usker.
uriu.vi Friday on the train rrom
(leor Vsntlerhoof returned Tues
ilnv from the upper rtnantry where he
Hint to superintend the shipping" of
s huuili id stork.
Mr. and Mrs. W II Ixmllttle snd
fsiully left Wednesday evening for
Tarpma where they will spend a eon
pie of month on the Sound.
Mr. snd Mrs. Henry Rlsckwnll snd
ilsughter srrlvad In Ontsrln this week
from I'ortlsml They msde the drive
liv siiln, crossing over the John Day
Tw hundred trout wss the re
hiiIi of two days fishing by a sinsll
pm of fishermen, ss reported by
Jiil'ii Itusmussen who returned Mon
dsy from Htelns iimiiiiiihIii, where he
suglad for two days.
i w (Matt. MUs Mae and Don
I'latl, left Uunday for su ei.i..l..l
trip thru the western pari of Hie
tsli They will first vUll the Hsr
ney vslley, ufler which Uiey will Sfsat
the mountslns and sfter seelns the
Wlllsmelle Valley and Portland, will
Uke the trip to Seattle.
I'onlm WlUon of 1'orUuiiil nn - .1
in iiiiiurln this week vUltlnr Iiih
hi hi her snd slater, Mr. suit Mrs. lUy
Wilson. On Tuesday with Mr and
llson he drove to Fnlk's Store
for s short visit snd with 111 lirothei
Harney Wilson el Nysss leaf
week for Kenluikey to vlsil his
A- L Sproule came down from
illue Mouutalu Springs where he is
running two bands of sheep this hum
mer In the forest reserve. There was
some change In the weather for Mr
Sproulu. for when he left the Spring
there was frost on the grouud. while
f was hitting llieceuiury mark
when he reached Ontario
I' M HosJ. secretary of the I'uy
.it. oregou Slope Irrigation Dlhtrhi.
was in Ontario on busiuess Moiulay
Mr Beal reportn thai the rukUli-ni
of that thriving sectlou sr hupp)
over the procpects for a big crop und
the lmpi-.. I x.nitlliiin si (ha dlstrh i
1 1,,. ssaaa "i the MSsfM asS been
reissued at a substautlsly roduced lg
ure and the settlers are able to see
lin.iii.tal Independence In the ikii ill"
I'll IIM l II. I INI - "IK'WS
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rlislmor. the si year old sou of
Mr and Mr Krsi.K Foster Is daugei -II,
biilT.rliiK fm letsnus. cam
ed by the lafSStioa of 1 rui on hi
foot. The Injury was received while
wading iu an Irrigation .lint. Kor
btversl dayt- the little chap laws
i sud it was thot he liad
alight opportunities for recovery
OuriuK the pss i da) the fia
ease ha reapoaaad to treaimeni sud
I, i Mill rerover
Ml sees Com and KIIikI M. Nultv
left Wednesday evening for Sinltle
and other I'usel Sound points for n
II ('. Boyer, manager of Boyer
HroH returned Wednesday evening
from sn extended trip thru the In
terior. Mr It. W Hwsgler and daughter.
Ions, left early tht morning for Min
neapolis where they will visit relsilves
for the neit ilk weeks.
John .ink of Crane arrived In Ori
tur !o for the first visit he has made
In the city In ten years. Needless
to say Mr. Zlnk remarked that the
city hsil made remarkable change
slurs hi Isst visit.
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Attorney Claude C. McCullnrh of
I'ortlsnd. member of the firm of West
S McCulloch, arrived In Ontario Tu sV
day on legal muter In connection
will, the aale of the Hayette-Oregou
Slope Irrigation Olatrlct bonds
Mr and Mrs. 8. H Hormsii t.nd
family will leave thl week for s few
of oool weather at Payette takes.
They shipped their oamplug .mint
on Tuesday planning to follow It on
Wednesday hut polponed their ue
parture until Hie week-end.
Samuel Taylor, of Butte. Montana,
arrived In Ontsrlo Tuodsy for a short
visit with hi pareuts, Mr and Mrs
8 F. Taylor. Mr. Taylor was In Unite
during the recent lndutrlsl trouble
there, snd has sn InlereHtlng -tori
to tell of the street fight which sMa
place on registration isj
Mr. and Mrs. John Itasmussen and
run.ll left Tuesday morning for
Montpeller for a short vill with Mrs
llasmusaeu' parents. i.at.-i they
will go to Bear ljike where Mrs.
Ilsmussen snd children will spenJ
a few weoss. sir. naaoiuaacn win
return to Ontario Mile week to resume
bts '.vrrk ou the Crsne run.
Paul O. l 'oU . .tu.....: I'rlday
Horn l.o Angles, where he went for
treatment three weeks ago (in hi
return Mr. Cayou, who lis been con
on the Crsne run for some
some time found that Conductor Fife
had asserted hi pre-existing right
and Ukeu UM iuh permanently. Mr.
i u..ii I looking over a u umber of
the run In Mil vicinity before lak
lug similar action on one of them.
The Powder Puff
A pretty pair of colored girl call
ed "number" to dlione user Tuesday
1. 1. .ruins Now don't jump ui .....
cluaioaa and imagine thai the local
force went on a strike and that Man
..iter i.ewi srenl to isnny south for
strike breaker That wa not Hie
case. Neither i- it true thut the pow
dsr puffs were out ef kilter, or any
thing like that
real reasou for the change of
complexion was the removal of tho
hut In years past has wunueil
the girls st the board. The toe
hud been there, since the memor of
Central runs, not to Hie contrary, and
,,le i ii.. I memory is a
long oue, ecpacially for thoae who
SN uot polite over Hie phone
Tile Stove ju-.l pad to he mined i
a part of the plan for lh steam heat
ing plant in the First National llai.lt
building, ad uiiiiuniinuuiiiiuuleKiinic
huildlug. und any man. and most au
houanwtfe, knows what k ipsaa
stores are removed, the soot jut
covered the girls, n
cheeks with ol.ony grease and gen-
'i.illy luuosed l ' I, nice dean
CONFIDENCE IN THE FEDERAL
RESERVE BANKING SYSTEM
played an Importani pari in tlM retortry of
iiiisiiicss fiimi the advene conditions follow
iii"; the oiitlirt'.-il. of tlic Kiiroic.Mi v.;il. iintl
, is still helping to keep buBtneai on ii wrtn
'I'ln.N syslcni, with its ilium n M nsiiiiri-os,
i tower of strength to the luniks which arc
members of i1, anil will assist them in .tin
financial i'ciiiicinciils whi li tiny ma bf
called upon to meet.
By depositing jrdttt money with us you
receive the protection ;ttil (lie new fscitities
which our iiienu'ierHliip in the ssttiii en
ables us to offer you.
Member Federal Reserve System v
ONTARIO NATIONAl BANK
No coal, wood or aahea to lug No waiting for
the tir to burn up.
Meals in a jifly and a cool kitchen all the time.
Bakea. broils, roasts, toasts. Better ouking be
cause of the steady, svenly dlstribuitd heat.
More convsmsni than a wood or coal stove for
all the year 'round cooking, and moie econom
ical The long blue chimneys prevent all amoks and
smell I I. a. ) and 4 sumar ! with
r wot. ...a uv aim tssiasi
Aak your 4.li WJ.y.
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FOR SALE BY
Kroessin Horness Co. M t Dow ell's Kxchange Store
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i,, mj Kftray ow In oar pasture
Al(rll g i on left hip. d,..s- jdreaees aa only soot an inu Hi.ui
ISJ on aSSa Owner SSB hau same
and paying all
. ,, n- n. i in rad
..ml in iioini tu. he ui". lag
Job was completed sod Hie miuiik
ladies wast hoina even their mother
could I. ai.l i
Thirty years ago tho telephone was a luxury Today,
through personal inltiaUvs and private enterprise, it has become
a necessity within the rsaoh of everybody. Where ones s bual
nsae bad but one telephone with a limited talking range, today
that business has service with a rauge three-quarters of a conti
nent broad, and every branch of every bualnaas is linked to ev
ery other by an int nouiiuunlcating telephone system.
The telephone has earned Its responsible place and there are
now x.ouu Mini ii.il telephone lu thin country, over which go
.6,000,000 talks dally
Kvery Hell Telephone is a Limik Distance Station.
Malheur Home Telephone to.