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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1919)
THE ONTARIO ARO US, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2D, 1910
onrcoo.v food coolers famoph
Oregon Icelcss refrigerators', the
kind used In many Joscphlno county
homes, havo tho call. Their fame
hns reached ono woman In Florida
tft Eiii m
Owing to the Change in
Time on Sunday Morn
ing, October 26, at 2
a.m., this store will close
at 5 p. m. every day
this will be the same ns six o'clock now
from Monday, October
27, except Saturday,
when it will close at
8 p. m.
and another In Virginia, who have
written Miss Huth Corbett, home
demonstration ngent, for directions
for making them.
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0. H. TEST, Special
of THE SEASON
Saturday, October 25
Sale begins promptly at 1 o'clock
Ontario Sales Co.
H. H. Tunny, Manager.
Dickens & Miller, Auctioneers.
by Building a Home
II. 8. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
W. B. WILSON, Secretary of Labor.
A good oil heater filled with
Pearl Oil is a real comfort. Gives
instant heat when and where
wanted. No smoke, no odor.
Lights at the touch of a match.
Steady, comfortable warmth for
many hours on one filling of Pearl
Oil, the ever-obtainable fuel. Eco
nomical. Pearl Oil is refined and re-rc-fincd
by our special process which
makes it clean burning. For sale
in bulk by dealers everywhere,
thc.samc high-quality kerosene as
the Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon
cans. There is a saving by buy
ing in bulk. Order by name
Wo recommend Perfection Oil Hesters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
BK t Iff M 7B1MI
At tlio homo of (ho bride's mother,
Mrit. I.. M. Morton, Wednesday nftcr-
noiin at -1:30, How W, J. Luscomhe
performed tho Horvlco which made
I)r. Avory II. Roberts mid Mian Ilosslo
Mnrlo Morton, mini and wlfo. The
ceromony wax witnessed by tho mom-
born of tho brlilu'H family and Itov.
and Mm, Luscombo and sons, Wynne
Tho lirldo wns attondod by hor
cousin, Miss Buslo Fresh of linker.
while EstoK Morton of Wostfull was
tho groom'a innii. Tho homo wuh
prettily decorated In pink and white
and tho hrldo wuh tho rocelplonl of
mnny linmlsoino prosonts of ullvcr
and cut glass from admiring friends
I'oIIowIiik tho wedding a dinner
was served In time for tho hrldo and
groom to tnko No. 0 for a short wed
ding trip. Among tho out-of-town
rolntlvoA prosont wore Mrs. Murray
i Morton of Wolsor and Mrs. Archie
Tho hrldo who Is wellcnown In thin
soctlon Ih an Ontario girl nnd a grad
uate of tho Ontario High School with
tho class of 1917. Slnro then Hlie
'hue taught school In tho Intorlor mid
during tho past year at Welser Flat.
Tho groom too la n natlvo Oregonlan
whoso fumlly homo Is C'ovo. After
graduating from tho Pacific Dental
, college ho practiced dentistry in
Alaska two years and came to On
tario last your. This spring ho pur-J
chased tho practice- of Dr. Fryo and
OKtahllshed himself hero. After their
houoymoou trip they will he at homo
In tho Itlddlo resldenco on South
Oregon street which Dr. IlohertH re
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Itcea of Wood
bine, Iowa, who have been the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hees for sonic
tlmo. leave tonight for Portland nnd
from thoro they will visit California
cities and later will go to the Hal
wullau Islands. They do not oxpect
to return to their Iowa homo until
March, visiting points iu Arizona on)
tho Toturn trip.
Taggart Hardware Co-
MODEL FARM KHTAHLIHHKO
Tho first domoiiHtratlon farm
solcctod by tho Oregon land soltlo
mont commission has been establish
ed undor tho supervision of II, I)
Scuddor, head of farm management
at tho agricultural college and super
intendent of tho commission. It con
sists of CO acres lying tlirco miles
south of Indcpundonco on tho 8, P.
railway. Its chlof sources of Income
wilt ho sheep, poultry, swlno, berries
clovor Heed and potatoes. Tho house,
hnrns, hog and poultry houses, well
Iiouko nnd water tank nro models of
cnnvunlcnro and economy, making an
attractive and sanitary farmstead.
Tho farm will ho stocked this fall,
and Inter sold as a homo to n fnrmor
who wll operato it according to (dan
Other model farms will ho establish
od Jiy tho commission In other typlrnl
Meeting every customer mors tlisn
half way, being really (ltd to see
blm, slid glad to help him.
Helm properly equipped to help
thoroughly trained and 'experienced
In all brands of battery care, con
struction, nnd repair.
Mnlntulnlnc a real station In a
good location, with space In which
to do business properly.
Showing the car owner how to
caro for his battery and how to nrold
things that will Injure It and shorten
Doing businesslike, to base fair
and Just charges on knowledge of
actual costs, to give good returns (or
every penny, and to carry nn ade
quate stock of now butteries, rental
huttorles, and repair parts.
Of course wo'ro humnu. and wo'ro
not all of us 100 percent all of the
tlmo, but we are honestly and sin
cerely striving to live up to our
standard. Wo believe Willard 8or-
vlco Is tho most reliable battery ser
vice In America and wo re making It
bettor every day.
We wolcome your suggestions.
Lot us tell you more about the
populur Willard Storage Rattory; a
slz,q for evory car. '
Service Tire &
Near Carter Uouses
have rosy cheeks
and Feel fresh as
a daisy try this!
8aya glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
To seo tho tlngo of healthy bloom
In your faco, to seo your skin got
elenror and clearer, to wako up with
out n headache, hackacho, coated
tonguo or n. nasty breath, In fact to
fcol your best, day In and day out,
Just try Insldo-butulng evory morn
lug for ono wcok.
Iloforo breakfast each day, drink a
glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of llmestouo phosphato In It
tut a harmless means of washing from
tho stomnrh, llvor, kldnoys and
howols tho provlous day's Indigestible
wnste, sour hllo and tlxlns; thus
oloanslng swcotenlng and purifying
tho ontlro ollmontnry canal before
putting moro food Into tho stomach.
Tho action of hot water and lime
stone phosphato on an empty stomach
Is wonderfully Invigorating. It
cleans out all tho sour fermentations
gases and acidity nnd gives ono n
splendid nppotlto for breakfast.
A quarter pound of llmostoiin phos
phato will cost very little at the
drug' store hut Is sufficient to demon,
strato that Just as soap ami hot wat
er cleanses, sweetens nnd freshens
tho skin, so hot wntor and limestone
phosphato net on the blood and Inter
nal organs, Thoso who nru subject
to constipation, billions attacks, acid
stomach, rheumntlo tinges, nlso those
whose skin Is sullnw nnd complexion
pallid, aro assured Hint ono week of
Insldohathlng will havo them both
looking and feeling batter In every
Having dissolved Partnership, we
will sell nu
TUF.HDAY, OCT. UH, lUItt, at
our ranch 1 mile south and 2 miles
east of Frultland, and 1 V4 miles
north and 1 'j miles wosl of Now
Plymouth, Idaho, at one o'clock p.
m. sharp, tho following described
llolsteln Dairy Cuttle:
,TJ Head of Dairy Hloi-k Si!
Ono Iteglstored Hull, Hogls Wal
ker Plonoor, No. 225287. A strictly
30-11) Hull, 2 years old.
13 High Orado Cows now giving
milk. Only threo ovor yonrs old.
Daily record furnished nu day of
4 Two-year olds to freshen soon.
4 To Freshen In Fobruary and
March, coming two year olds.
C Yearling Heifers.
4 Holfor calves.
TERMS: 1 years time at ten per
cent, with approved notes. 3 dis
count for cash.
FREE LUNCH at Noon.
YAOER & ELDREDOE. Owners.
Dickens & Miller, Auctioneers.
M. F. Albert, Clerk.
Hun. A Mon., Oct. an ,M a?
CF.CIIj It. DF.MII.I,K'H
"For lletter For Worse"
Tors. Oct, UH
MUTT Ji. JKFF OAHTOON:
The Pilc Fight
Wed., Oct. UD
"Mrs. I.efTliiKVH'll'a Hoots"
Tliurs,, Oct. HO
"Tho Perfect Ijtd)"
In The Dalit
Frl., Oct. ill
Kl'KOI.IA'H X ATI VI
The Parldlv of the Pacific
Don't mist this double at
traction Hat., Nov. 1
Hnrtilil Mod Comedy
Ceming: November C, The
Mllos Muslcul Co,
OATHOLIO OHUIICH OF 'Villi
Itov. J. II, Muloney, Pastor.
8:30 a. m., Low Mass.
10:30 a. m., High Mass,
9:30 a. in., Catechism for the bo)s
Visitors respectfully Invited.
lltble school 10:00.
Morning Worship 11:00.
Oospol Horvlcu 8:00.
Prnyer Service Wednesday 1:00.
I,. M. Wliic-s, Pastor.
10:00 u. m, Sunday School.
11:00 a. iu. Preaching,
8:00 p. iu. Thursday, lrnyer
Meeting in the Church.
Evorybody urged to attend all ser
vices. .Miri'HODlHP CIIUHCH
10 a, m. Sunday school.
11 n. in. Preaching.
0:46 p. iu. Ep worth League.
7:30 p. m. Illustrated Lecture,
"Home Sweet Home."
W. J. LUSCOMIIU, Pustor
10:00 Ulble School.
11:00 Public Worship,,
Sermon subjuct: "Iiiturcenlon.'
Sermon subject: Tho fourth com
mundemeut "Itemembor the Sabbulh
Day to Keep It Holy."
W. F. COCHRAN,
A special Sunday School service
will bo held at 10:00 a. m. at which
a "Cradto Roll" sorvlco will bo held
All of tho parents of tho Congrega
tion aro urged to bo presont.
JERSEY HULL FOR SERVICU
Torms $3. William Korcher
FOUND a ring; ownor mny have
same by culling Mrs. Wm. Keruber.