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'UK (ONTARIO AINU'S. ON'TAIMO. OltrcuON. TlirUSUAY. ,UNE 3, 1920.
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We have opened in Ontario one dooi' south of
tin Lulu'itrs drug store a grocery, in a low dnn
will bo fully stocked in both fancy and samli
linos, will operate on the cash saving plan .') piv
cent saved on purchases that wo arc not ivqiiir
ed to deliver will however have our own !o
1 ivory some time later, eomo in and visit i in
store even if you do not care to buy. Air. .1. lv
Silta in charge whom you will find to he a gnu
oryman experienced in his lino and appivci.it iv
of oiir patronage.
The Moore Grocery
.LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
IIIIMJH, KUHH, AND I'lJIrH
UiiiicIh'1-h, Stockmen, Trapper:
If you lmvo nn' hides, (urn orpolts hoiiiI tliom to us. Wo pay tliu
highest market prices. Wu pay cash.
ItOUCKItS .V COM PAX V Ontario IIicrihi
THf ARGUS PRINTS BUTTER WRAPS
Tlio Tuesday IlrldKf ('lull mot thin
week with Mr8. K. A. Kraser.
MIbs Klslo Ilaycr was homo for the
week end and for Decoration day.
Hubert Kntcli returned Monday
o ruing to Medford, Oregon whor
In) liaH ciuploytnont.
Frank Cusslday, 0. 8. I.. round
Iiouho fotcman, loft Tuesday morn
Ink for Audaljon, Inwn llu expect
to spoiid about a month visiting
Tho Senior girls of the Krulthind
IiirIi school enjoyed tlioniMlVM to
the limit it I a Hlumlinr party Friday
night Ml the homo of Ml mm Mildred
The same Sonlor "Klglil" had an
other slumber party at the WhoMtiiu
homo, honorliiK Mlmt Hffln Morelnnd
olio of thorn wlio leu vox thin weak
for tlio count.
An error was reported In tluwo col
uiium last week In reporting tho wile
of the II. M. IaiwIh placo for 17.000
There wero IB acre In tho ranch at
1700 per acru.
Mr. and Mm. It. W. Modioli ami
daiiKhter, Knlliurlno motoiod to
llolun Monday nflornoim for h few
day visit. Mrs. V. . Yeats of Py
etto acfompanleil them.
Mr. and Mm. l.oulu (' Kelsoy and
CLeslur K"iy iiinioi-i'd up from
Niimpa Sunday and spent tho day
visiting friends. I'hwter left o:j the
evening train for Ilorkeley, Califor
nia, whoro ho Ih a student nt the
Hear it for yourself
-the phonograph which
amazed all Ontario
AHKwui one of i hose u , In liov thai no
)l)oii(iiili on;; iimicli tin oicc cii' tlie
living liiiiiiMii? AiMihl(Miiiblntii) !iuety n:i Is
you like tlio liiiiitiiiils who jH!(M'(!o(l the Mario
Thomas A. Edison gave his
famous Tone-Test Fiidny,
May 14th, in the Dreamland
Theatre. He had Miss Mor
risey sing in direct compni i
son with the RE-CREATION
of her voice by the New
Music loveiswei e completely
baffled. Their cars were un
able to distinguish the RE-CRE-ATED
volte from the living.
You have never braid any
phonogiaphtbat appieiul cf
the New Edison. It RE
CREATES not only the
musical notts, but every elu
sive quaMt ft(netr.( color
which icicntiij the- origiral
"The Plumoijraph Wiih A Soul"
Come in and hear the identical in&tiumonti
which was used Friday, May 14th. Mako
A "" 'the great discovery for yourseif. "'
TURNER MUSIC STORE
The Instrument UHed In FrlUa- .May Four er : s Todo-tcki h tlio ip-j-lar
model which sella for 9295 tin Canaiu. $43 I It In uu exact dupli
cate of the Laboratory Model which Mr Fdl'on perfected ufitr Hpondln
Threo Million Dollars In experiments
The ('ntlii)llc Ladles' Aid Society
gavo a very oiijoynhlo party for
their husbands last Friday ovenln)
at tho homo of Mr. II. O. Drano.
Five hundred formed tho entertain
ment. Mrs. 1'. J. (Inllaghor winning
high scoro for tho ladle and V. J.
Clonio carrying off tho honor for
the gentlemen. At the closo of tho
evening dnlnty refreshments wero
nerved by tho committee In churgn.
Mm. Montague, Mm. Itador and Mm.
Mltmm Jessie and Matgorot llrlf
f 1 it mid Stella Mllllkon left Saturday
for Cheney, WanIi., to attend tho
Mummer Huwitoii of tho tiornial hcIiooI.
MImm Lenore Joiioh. the Utile iIiiiikIi
tor of Mm. N. Joiiok, accompnulod
thorn iim far a Spokane, where nhe
will xpeiid hor Mummer varntloii.
MImh I.uoy Kullander left WedneM
day for her fiithern homo In Ki
hIiikIoii, Mluniwota. She Iiiih lieeu
tho Ktietit of her nUler, Mm. II. W.
(Inner. MIkh Ida Kullaudor came
down from WoUer on Monday to hid
her nlHter Reed hyo.
Mr. and Mm. Moreland leave thin
wMik hy auto for 1'ortland and 8e
attlo and from there for Southern
California. Thoy are leaving tlio val
ley with the hope of henellttliiK Mr.
Mliw Mnmlo Ilayer. County Hupor
lutendent Hwatmau and MIh l.llllnn
Kwntmnn want to Caldwell to lit
tend tho play. "Itohln Hood" pronent
ed hy tho HtudentH of tho CoIIoko of
Mrn. P. Bulirum and ilHUKhter. Kv
olyn. loft for a visit with Mm.
Sohrum'H rolutlvoH In Utah. They
oxpoet tl visit In Denver and other
Colorado polnta before returnlm;
Mr. and Mm. K. U. Allen left for
Salt I.ak last Satuidny for a short
' i.it. On their return trip, Mm
Allen will stop at MeCammon, Idaho,
for it visit wUh rrlttmU ami rula-
Mr. anil Mm. Clmrle Johnson
spout last week vUltliiK old friends
Mild relative In llurmt. While there
thy attended the Btorkmmi's Com
ventlon., Mlwuw Kttu MaCrelKht and I .u lira
Whorry left Saturday 'ovenlutj for'
Chenuy, Wash, to unroll for tho sum
mer sohmIoii of Clftmay Normal.
drover Ward if Drewsey, spent a
few days In Ontario, tho first of the
week vIsltliiK friends and roaltlvem.
Mm. J. W. McCulloch and child
ren, John and Mother, have ono to
Portland to spend tho summer.
Howard Twjford wont to Ilolse
Baturduy to spend tho day ImivIiik
for OdKOU In the eveuliiK.
Mliw June llllllur went to Port
land, Suturday to spend n two-woeks
vuoetlon visltliiR friuuds.
V. I. MoKonna rolurnml 1'rhlay
from llurni. whoro ho utlouded tho
Mr. and Mm. A. K. Ilrown uml
.Mlits Hthel ilrown spent the wewtk
enil In IIoIno.
D. 1. Dourhoru anil family liavo
moved to tho ranch for the
J. U. Smith attoudwl tho IC. c.
ConvQiitlou In Portland the flrnl of
Mr. mill Mm. O. II. Oraham mot
ored lu Siinnyshlo s'uiidny to spKiid
Mr. and Mm. Tom Jonwi and
dauKhtor Mnurlno of Vale wore over
Sunday visitor at the home of J wise
mid Mm. 'lost.
Mr. and Mm. W. I', lloman spent
Monduy In Wolser vUUIiib Mr. Ilo
It. 1). Ilreokon lius acceptod tho
poiltlon on the rural dallvary, loft
vacant hy Dick Stover.
DIgk and Hon Stover let Wednes
day ovquIiik for Portland.
Mlt AvU Thoho of IloUo Is th
Kuwt of Aims Catherine Nehh this
Mr. and Mm. W. W. Uose leave
tho mlddlo of tho week for a trip
to Portand and other coast eltla.
10:00 A. M., Sunday School.
11:00, A. M. I'reaohliiR "HeadliiK
7:lli P. M Kpworth I.oaRuo.
R:00 P. M. PrcachliiK "Holf-Miis-lory."
L'XITKI) PltnKHVTKItlAN CllUltCII
10:00 Illhlo School.
Uuv. Call of Welscr will preach.
Our offlro dcvol has dollvorod
hlnisolf of another chunk of witless
wisdom. Ho says tho way to reduce
the IiIrIi cost of llvlllR Is to quit llv
Iiik at a IiIrIi cost.
I 2:30 and TWO SHOWS
Admission to Matinee
Children 10c Adults 20c
W. W. LETSON
1 am showing a most beautiful line of
Pearls in Deltah, Regent and La Tausca.
Prices very reasonable from $5.00 to $75.00.
A very fine selection of blue white
diamonds both loose and mounted.
A nice selection of wrist watches
American and Swiss that do run.
MISS ALICE FOX, Agt.
Miliary Hour For .June
Monday. Wednesday, and Satur
day, 7:00 to 9:00" P. M.
TllZ. OJMV RSAL CAR
. .. March, 10110, Tho l'ord Motor Co. uilvauctsl tlio price of linl
ram hecuubo of the Incieascd cost of production.. , No bpeclflc
uiiiiouiicomeut wuh Ueeiutxl ueccsbary ut the time, hut It has
iooopocl that iiilsreprusciitHtlou und inlHuolutlons of themt
advanced price Imto been mill nro beliiK k'vcii out.. .So to safe
guard tho public ualnst tlio evils of iiilsreproseututloii, u
heruwltli Kite tho prebcut prices:
with dual electric ktnrtliiK nml llKht
iiiK system $U1M
with dual electric starting ami light
ing li'K systeui $(MO
tvltli final electric startlug and light
ing system uud deiuoiiutable rlius
with dual electric starting and light
ing Hjstcin mill demountable rlnu
Runabout . $550
Touring Car $575
Coupe . .$750
Sedan . . $875
T, r. , with solid tries uud clincher rims
ruck Chassis rUriS)10 tlr0H """ annomi $600
Those prices are all f. o. b. Detrlot
J'onlson 'IVactor fH.'JO.OO f, o. b. Dearborn, Mich.
Any of tho dealers hIioho naniew uro listed below, will lie
pleased to roceho your order, pledging tho assurance of the
best pohslblo prouiptuess In delivery,
Tho 1'ord factory are 230000 order behiud on delivery so It
you anticipate buying a car, truck, or tractor It will he wise
to placo your order at once.
FORD GARAGE, ONTARIO, OREGON
SERVICE GARAGE, NYSSA, OREGON
BULLOK & HOTOHKISS, VALE, OREGON
The Old Reliable
Commercial Creamery Company
YOUR BEST FRIEND
We Want All Your Cream And Produce
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