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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, .TUNE 12, 1919
Everything Good to Eat!
Ontario Meat & Grocery
The best Meats, Groceries,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Strictest attention given
One of Those Henjamin
Two- Way Plugs
Making it Possible to Use Two Appliance:,
From One Socket
One of 1 hns, Handy
Fitted with Socket, Plug, Ten Feet of Cord
With Every Vacuum Cleaner Sold Th
Idaho Power Company
soSne of Quality
d66 ri6I69 say the Good Judge
I want to remind you
about that sin. ill chew
of this good tobacco.
It tastes better because
it's good tobacco. Its
quality saves you part of
your tobacco money.
It goes further and lasts
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Put up '.' two styles
UT is a 6hort-cut tobacco
t r r.J'T I I Sacco
You can depend fljjF if jPM
Red Crown sign VtJOy
before you fill. X&SOlA5
STANDARD OIL COMPANY "- "
O. h.. TEST- special Agent Standard OilOo., Ontario
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mm. It. I.. HniriPM of lluriio up "'.
l'i m:.iy In Ontario
Mrs. L. B. Cole of Ilrofinn vlsltr-d
In Ontario last Friday.
M L. Clark of Juntura was an On
tario business visitor Friday.
t V. JoyCe of Beulah was an On
tario business visitor last Friday.
Mrs. Don Piatt loft Friday evening
to attend the Portland Rose Show.
Fiilrley IIcrtEng of Rrognn was an
Ontario business visitor last Friday
Mrs. L. McClaven and daughter of
Rrognn spent Thursday in Ontario.
O. A. Tureman nnd Mrs. Tureman
of Ironside visited In Ontario Sun
day. Philip Coyne of Juntura was an
Ontario tmsinem visitor of lax Sat
urday. Darrel llouser left last Thursdiu
evening to rend a few weeks In
(1 W Haw, aprominent rancher of
Jamleaon, was In Onterln on business
In 1 Frl.li).
V J. King, a prominent rancher
1 f HrewNPy, was in town-last Frlila;
Mr. and Mrs. It. It DeArninnd and
son lHlted In (itiatrlo lam Welnesdiiv
W V. I ,.-t M..11 left for Portland
Friday evening to Join Mrs. l-vtuon
and the children.
Miss Catherine Conway left Friday
v a iik for Portland wlie-o she will
spend UN summer vacation
.1 W Mcculloch returned Wednos
day from lokeview where lie lias
been nttending Clrcuft Court
II It. I'dlck was cnlled to llolie
Sundry to attend the funeral of Kfl
father, who died qv.lte suddenly.
Donad Mrleod, a prom'nnut sheep
man of Harper, waa an Ontario Ium
Ineaa visitor the first of the week.
Mrs. James Napton of llomodale
passed through Ontario last Thurs
day onroute to visit fr'.cndt. In Vale.
Judgo (Icy M. Stearns left Frlda
night to spend a moat lis vacation In
Walla Walla and northern Mali,
Oliver A. Poer, recently discharger
from the atrvlce, passed through On
Urn Friday on his way to his home
A. E. Nichols of Ironside waa li
Ontario a fow days last week looklrn.
aftor his property Interests hern
Mrs. Nichols accompanied her hu
I.I I tit A It V HOI ItM Hill J I'VE
Mondays, Wednesdays and Satin
days; t to p. in. and 7 to 9: JO
Hours for July anil August: Wed
nsardaya only, t to 6 p m. and 7 in
9:30 p. m.
MltS J. W. SI'ltlNiiKlt. Librarian
(Jood for ludlgmtion.
If you are uoublod with Indiges
tion take few doses of chamber
laln'a Tablots. They atrengthen the
stomach and enable it to perform
lis functions naturally They also
cauie a gnntlu movemeut of the
bowela. You w'.ll be surprised when
you how much better you are
feeling after takln a few doM of
Hl'KCIAL SCHOOL MKKTI.NO
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN to
the legal voters of School District
No. 8 of Malheur County, State of
Oregon, that the Annual SCHOOL
MEETING of said District will be
held at High School Ilulldiug, on llo
16th dsy of June, 1919, at I o'clock
In tbe Afternoon, for the following
objects To elect One Director and
a District Clerk
Dated thW Slst day of May, 1919.
W L TURNER.
(ATTEST) District .'lerk.
t. W. M111.1.11 H.
Chairman Board of Dlr ctors
Taklujr, lUg Ctiancee.
It Is too much of a risk to depend
upon neighbors or seudlug for med
icine In case of a sudden attack of
bowel complaint. In almost fry
neighborhood some one has died
1 from cholera morbus that could easi
ly have been saved had the proper
medicine been at hand. Then think
of the suffering that must be endured
' unt'l medicine can be obtained The
safe way la to keep at hand a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarr
hoea Remedy, a preparation that can
be depended upon. Buy It now. It
only coats IS cents.
Vlost For Your Money
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Copyil.lu mvllmlhtlMiiarf li Mui ' '
loll U''t it here when von bu,V
niic ut' our lultfl made especial
i t.r us bj Hart Behaffner a
These suiis give you most In
style because they are designed
by style lenders and tailored
by experts. Thej give you
most tatisfactorj wear for e
ery dollar you spend because
they are all-wool, last longer
and keep their shape bettor.
T Unusual Values
You'll fliifl some unusual val
ues now in the latest models,
Waist trains for the voting
man more conservative types
for those who prefer them.
BSverj suit is a good clothes ln
four satisfaction is the main tiling here.
'e guarantee it, and cheerfully refund your
money it' you are disappointed in any put
The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothe.--
We have just received a large
shipment of the above Cook
ing Utensils and have priced it very
low. We want you to look this
over before buying elsewhere.
This is Good Material.
E. A. FRASER
PHONES:-- No. 144 and No. 5