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You Get the Right Kind of Goods at the
Right Prices Here
The Ontario Pharmacy
PYRALIN IVORY GOODS
THK KKXALL STORE
PHONK NO. a
ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1918.
Pplentlk ( Medicine.
Wk used Chamberlaln'e Coagh
Hy a nambr of times during
the ee.it two or throe years for colds.
H, and hoarsen one, and am
elaftSM to nay It has always given
mpt ri-I tf - I consider Cham
berlain lough Kemedy a splendid
nedjjjVie and harp recommended it
Htiv of my friends, who hare
lit and likewise praise tl hlgh-
rrllflH Mrs W. F. Ktanlr.. Col-
AKut St aerM of the rrr beet of
noil located on an Inland 2 mllea
from Nyaaa. Oregon. Lota of (tood
cheap Improvement, plenty of good
alfalfa, fine pumping plant, good
wellH and fine young orchard of all
klnda of fruit Just coming Into bear
ing. Rained 600 be grain thin year
without Irrigation. Price 11,500.
Address Box 41, Nyaaa, Oregon, or
call at the place.
Town Topics Tersely Told
lt SALR My equity In a bear-
veacre orchard, mile and a hnlf
Ontario, at a luin-i.ni Balance
taiiy terms Andrea hox a,
TO TRADE Equity In residence
property In Ontario for automohtl"
in good condition Inquire at Argun.
KOIl 8ALE White Wyandotte
pullets. Inquire at thla offloa. 1-41
Jm ONTARIO 4Vbw
Jm Ontario nVV
KW( oatoONj I V
OF THIS WEEK
What About That Old Suit?
DON'T THROW IT AWAY
We guarantee all kinds of Cleaning, Preening
Ii we can't fix yon up it can't be done.
Goods called for and delivered
Thirty yaara ago the telephone waa a luxury. Today,
through personal Initiative and private enterprise. It baa become
a necessity within the reach of everybody. Where one a busl
neaa had but one telephone with a limited talking range, today
that buslnesa haa aervlce with a range three-quarters ( a conti
nent broad, and every branch of every bualneaa la naked to ev
ery other by au intercommunicating telephone ayatetu
i m ha earned Ha responsible place and there are
I tt.SM Bat telepliouue In thla eeuntry. ever whui go
Ze.00O.000 talk dally.
Every Bell Telephone is a Loaf Dixtaai-e SUU.
Malheur Home Telephone, u.
Carl Riley of Drewaey waa an On
tario visitor this week.
O Dotlln returned rlcnday Iron
Idnlio KuIIn. where lo went to sell
Hie farm which he had owned thir.'
fur many years
Mins Jennie Hull fnnnerly em
ployed In the Stall sniiin office. Boise,
Iiiih iit-r opted a position v .'h the On
tario National bank, succeeding Miss
Mary Atherton, who la now employed
In Namp a.
Little Claire Oallagher la In bed
with a severe cold.
Ham Creem spent Sunday In
Woleer visiting friends.
Mrs. Anna Doose returned Satur
day after a few daa visit with
friends In Welaar.
The Carnation Club met Tuesday
! evening at the home of Mr. and Mri
Mlaa Eleanor Wheeler, who hawl
been visiting bar aunt. Mrs. J. R.
Kaeiuussen. returned Tuesday morn
ing to her home In I'ocatello.
Miss Martha Lambert, accompan
ied by her father, I) Lambert, re
turned to Ontario Hetudey froni Iter
home In Jordan Valley. Mr. Lam
Ibert will return the latter part of the
I Miss Eva Duncan returned to On
tario .(root her hotne in Jordan Val-'
ley Saturday . She. will stay the re
'malnder of the school year at Mrs.
i Karl Oriffln's.
D. A lirakeman of Waverly, III
, i'srney county, eased thru Ontralo
Monday en route for the Willamette
I valley for a few weeka visit. Minus
the fog the Harney valley has enjoy
ed the same mild winter so far that
has been revalenl here ssys Mr.
COPE'S CITY PRESSARY
W. U. Woolman, J. H. Bunker, Managers.
PHONE 106 W ONTARIO, OREGON
A. K. VanSlcklin of Welser regis
tered at the Moore Saturday and
I. A Stanneld of Odessa, Wash .
brother of It N. Stanneld. Is giving
this section of the Snake Hlver valley
the "once-over" with a view ef loca
ting a business. Mr. Btaalleld la at
homer Orcuti of Welaar waa la
Oetrate yeaierdey visit fns; with his
bnuther and slaters
Hpragun Adam espeets to leave
Monday for Chicago The storm in
tngr Middle Weal, with Chicago In the
oaiiter of the stage, snow bound aad
shivering, while Oourto wee enjoy
leg balmy spring weather eerted lo
raphe Heeegee postpone saying fare
well le Ike Beaks St ever valley
, s .
1. W Knapton of Weatfall, waa
In Ontario Tuesday en route U Hole
Mr. Knapton is one of Meliieui
rounty's pioneers sud waa In On
tario years ago. He carried out
with him for assaying several piece
of mineral which he believes is
j chrome himI if his surmise Is correct
!oeclare that the county will have a
hlg mine developed
W IIomIsiiiI ef the I'usl .in
eeeaejaaj returned Monduy from
I Milwaukee, where ha was called by
the serious illness of his 'other, who
died shortly after Mr llowlaud reach
ed Inline In view of the lerntic
1 weather which the Lake region m
fared in Hie past week Mr HowIhiiiI
i rlruilv of the opinion that he re
untied to Kasleru Oregon just In
K M. tirelg waa iu at Paul. Minu .
while the Saintly city had two lili
gates and 3s degrees below zero
weather when the prophet foretold
lot s third bllKlard headed for the
Twin Cities Mr. Orelg bought s pair
of overshoes and hiked for the u
lion lo get transpiirlaliou back to
'flood Old Oregon " He arrived
bare last Kridsy and declares he la
glad of It
MIkh KreiU Jlmerson waa in On
Among the nut of town relatives
and friends who came to Ontario
Monday to attend the funeral of
Lorkett Oriffln were: Mr. and Mrs
Kelso Newnmn, Jerome, Idahe: Mr
and Mrs William Newman, Shoshone,
and I'rlee Newman, who came from
California; also It. A. Ixickelt of Bro
gan; Mrs Ora Huffman and daugh
ters Miss Nannie and Mary, of Jun
tura; Oeraldlne High, Welser; ami
Mr and Mrs George Vanderhonf of
II H Tunny leaves for a winter
vacation tomorrow when he takes a
car of hogs to Portland Soon after
his arrival in the Koae city he will
leeve for Seattle where on SJesSai
he will watch a number of his old
pala play hockey and will return toj
Portland on Wednesday and see n
second contest Cully Wilson. Itnue.
Ounderdale, as well as others of the
Csnadlan puck chssers Tunn knew
In, the daya when ho ahot the puck In
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS NOTES
NYHHA TO DEBATE
O.XTAHIO si-i tkl it-.
Friday evening, January 18, a de.
bate will take place In the high school
essembly hall between Nysae High
School and Ontario High School. The
(nation to be debeted la: Reeolved,
That Oregon should abolish the Sen
ate. Ontsrlo, represented byt'lare
Craig aud Westly Glenn will uphold
the affirmative. Thla la a question
which has been much discussed In re
cent years, not only n our own atate
but In other statea as well.
The High Cchool reopened after
the : holidays Wednesday January 1,
alter the usual sssembly singing, the
students and faculty enjoyed hearing
letters read from several of our boya
In I bo service. These letters ell ei
preaeed the boy's appreciation for the
Christmas packages seat by the high
school and Honor Ouard girls.
At the close of the meeting
kid Eraser, student body president,
presented to the school a beautiful
pennant, the gift of Arthur Moore,
l-ee atadilui and Henry laesldy, who,
are now ststineed aj Sap Antonio. I
Tetae. . r-
Martha Lambert and Kva Human
ol Jordan Valley returned to school
Monday January 7 having been pre.
vented by rain and bad roads from
Home time sgo l A Hlllex aeut a
challenge to three Idaho Mlteola for
a unfed in typewriting aad short
hand. So far he has received bat
one reply. Prof. Kraser of Nampa
high school has accepted the challenge
and esprcsaod his wllklngnesa to ud-
cperale with Mr Miles la n
cuntest a great seceea.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Sedan Is high-class In appearance and ap
pointments. The seats are rest full, and deeply up
holsterered with cloth of high quality Large
Doors give convenient enterance on either side; plate
glaaa windows make it a rtoaed car for inclement
weather, and give fresh air when open With
high quality In appearance and equipment there Is
the simple and aafe control nl drlvng. A woman's
car a family car for every day In the year. Ford
Sedan SMS f. o. b. Detroit
Hit III V. HAVKH,
This is the time to sell horses
Hay will be high and it will be expensive
to feed this winter. The market is r i t-1 t
for homes now.
1 want to get pood sound horses IVoin f
to It) years old from 950 pounds upward
Mules Wanted, Too
Will also buy pood sound mules Irom ten
yiars old, from 14-2 upward. Address
Ml I H. HUM I I HI IK H
lu a m SuiiiIio school The He-1
glnners' class was announced as the;
banner class in attendance for De ,
11 a in l'reachlng; subject
"Wkal 1" the Church ''
7 30 p in An evangelistic ser.
n. on ..
KAHL HANNA. I'aslor.
Ask each one of a company of fifty
people I., ejag xcparalcly an.1 Mates
slamliiiK for one iiiimile There ill
be Hll.r dilt'erciil ikopIs. siln from '
leu to sUly i-..mis Ask ten emk
njepj ea.-h lo bring u a sboil aud a
lutig iiosul sin! "U will get twenty I
d.JTcieiil Jeagtka f lsr.l Tbeae lUue-
nations age nil ' a railway luau lo
eiuplutsU the lie. esally of a nus'kau.
Icai ilik.e Ij eiunuiate the elouti-.il of
aju erlalnf ) as lu whsi ceusuinura a
"luag' or a 'abort nuuthj by a aa
ewtive It la uot rlht. be says. "
trust tits, safety f s Ustnluatf of pae
aeagers I" a s's-is upmi s s'sygi -Kg'
ARE BUYING WAR STAMPS
We now have thf thrift stamps, 86c
emh.and the war stamps are 94.12 fo
a $5.(X) taiiip until the end of Janui
by this riattnod the parchaser gej(
per cent interest in advai
Call on us for Information.
Ddii't forget that we appreciate other
business as well, both depesiti and
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
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Aa a general rale ell you need lo ou have ealna too eiueb aad wkea
do is to -irr a diet suited to your cunstlputed. take one ef Chamber
age aad oicaaetlea aad kea year Iain's Teklets. Adv