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THE ONTARIO AHUUS. ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, 1020
Rex a 11 Remedies
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I'HOXi: NO. 2
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cockrttm and Hov. W. J. LtiHCombo and family
mm Arthur loft thin wcok for Illuo loft onrly Monday morning for Hoar
Mountain Springs whore thoy will Crook, Idaho, whoro thoy will spoud
npond two wookB socking good trout their vacation. They nro making tho
fishing. (trip In tholr now Frjrd.
IT ISN'T all knowing how and taking pains.
You've got to have good equipment to in
sure against loss of your time and waste of
Wc take great care to obtuin the canners,
jars, jar holders, and racks, rubbers, etc., thut
are known to be the most successful.
Come in and talk it over with us.
the wmcjffssrm store
My homo place of C5 acros adjoinlnpr tho townsito of
Ontario; 15 minutes walk from city Echools; well im
proved; modern house with electric lights, bath, water,
electric range, furnace, etc.
Thomas W. Claoett
Watch Your Watch
Do not let your watch run until
it stops for want of oil. The
pivots become worn, and to make it keep time
they must be replaced with new ones and this
is very expensive. If you will
Have It Cleaned and Oiled
once a year, you will save dol
lars. Henry Miller at McDo well's
Furniture Store has had 25 years experience,
and has worked in Ontario over a year, where
he has given the best of satisfaction on Watches
and Jewelery. If your ring is too large or too
small he can fix it. If you can locate the joint,
work will be done free of charge. Giye me a
trial and see what I can do for you.
Remember the Place i
At McDowell's Store. ONTARIO, OREGON
Orders aken for Jewelery, Clocks, Silverware,
etc. We will not handle cheap stuff, the best
is none too tood. Also Diamond Expert.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
C. E. MnKlmm wnn n Ilolno vlMtor
Or. J. J. Saraaln of Nyssa wnti nn
Ontario visitor on Tuesday.
Mrs. Chns. Sequlno was n Ilolso
visitor tho flrot of tho week.
Mrs. A. L. Clianco and son Gerald
roturnca Sunday to Payette Lnkos.
Ward Canflold loft last wcok for
a short business trip Into Kobmskn.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Mlko Olnnd
on Monday, August 2, a 6 pound baby
M. E. Unln returned Tuesday oven-
InR from Wyoming where ho wont
' I). M. TnRBart leaves tonight for
Portland to attend tho sessions of
1 Mrs. Dorothy Hull returned Tues
day from n months vacation at Sea
ttldo and Long Ilcach.
Air. and Mrs. Laruo Illackaby ro
turned Saturday evening from a voca
tion at Pnyetto Lakos,
C. H. Calkins was down from Dolso
Monday visiting at tho home of his
slstor, Mrs. C. H. Bingham.
Or. W. J. Iloono, president of tho
College of Idaho, preached Sunday
at tho Unltod l'resbytorlan Church.
Mrs. A. M. Lackey and dnughtor,
Iloululi, who havo been visiting nt
Iransldos roturncd homo Saturday.
Miss Georgia Hull left tho last of
tho week for Spokane, Washington,
whoro sho will spend her vocation.
I Mrs. Kd Thompson and son Klglo
loft Wednesday evening for an ox
tondod visit In Portland and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. llnrry II. Cockrum
roiurnoa this week from tho Wallowa
Ijkes whoro thoy spout their vaca
tion. Mrs. J. W. McCulloch and child
ren roturnod Sunday from Portland
whoro thoy havo been visiting this
lien Thomas who has boon visiting
on tho coast for tho past two months
In back again at his Job at tho Ford
Dr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Iloberts. Mr
Karl Hull and Miss Irono Worth loft
,1'riuujr ior n snort vacation at Pay
I H. W. Swaglor and wlfo went to
Ilolso Monday. Thoy aro now enjoy
ing an outing In tho mountains near
Mr. and Mr. W W. Lotaon left
Monday for n visit to Yollowstonn
National Park. They will make the
trip In tholr car.
Mr. ond Mrs. I. H. Mnsur nnd
fmlly and Mrs. L, A Mnnsur of
I"io nnt Rundny visiting Mr nnd
Mrs. J. II. flnrdnn
Mrs. Kd. Miles and daughters,
MImbos Wilmn, Bella, and Carol Miles
nild Mm. Irwin Trnvnll inf. d,i
morning for n short visit with friends . V
in wniuwcn ami noiso.
Percy Luscombo will leavo this
week for Montreal; Cnnadn, where ho
will sail Aug. 21 on thu stonmer Cor
slcnn for his old homo In Knglniul
Mr. Luscombo oxpocts to return to
mis country noxi spring.
Ed N'olion, O. 8. L. Section formnn,
roturncd the last of tho wcok from
Ornnd Ilaplds, Mich, whoro he was
called to attend tho funenil of his
brother who was fatally Injured by
falling from a Hcaffold In Chicago.
Funeral services for the Into Wll
i.on J. Crane were held from tho Mc
Dowoll chnpul last Friday, attended
by many friends of tho dnccised from
Ontario, Pnyotta nnd Dead Ox Flat.
Tho body was taken to Payrtto for
Morltz Ullch, the stranger who
died at tho hospital on July 12 wnB
IlUrfptl frnin fhn Mftrinu'nll nnrlr,a
Inst Friday following nn tinaitnaifii1
attempt to locnto relatives of tho do-
renseu. in mat rouin no learned
about Jit in wus that he was n notlvo
MImh Mnzln WlUnn. piinnlv oliil.
lender, and Mm. Jullcn A. Hurley of
Vnlo wore In Ilolio this week for n
day. They returned Monday evening.
AND WILD ANIMAL EXPOSITION
Tho Ice minnlv nniv I mine .Inllvnv.
cd In Ontnrlo has been found Impuro
ana unsaie (or urniKing purposes.
Tho public Is udvlsod to uio It for
1)11. H. II. WHITNEY.
City Health Offlcor.
SPECIAL TRAIN OF CARS
THE IlKV. J. WIMLKV Mll.l.KIt
l-lclil Becretary of Gooding College,
Pr A O Monro loft TuoMdi" even
Ing for Portland whoro ho will Mtend
tho Oropnn.Wnshlngton Medical As
I Mrs. B. F. Chnnault linn ns her
riiesi mis wenK Minn Pansv Justson
Miss Justson Is a student nurso from
St. Lukes Hospital at Ilolso.
Mrs. S. n. Hobor entortolnod nt
a dinner nnrty Mondav ovening In
honor of Mr and Mrs. Itnv Halntotd
nnd Miss Klvn Collins of Salt Lake
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hnltniiist pH
son returned Saturday. Mr. Ilultaii'M
hns lipen nttnndlnr a school for vn.
iinw decorating In Chicago while Mrs.
Hultqulst hns been visiting with bur
parents In Ogden, Utah.
Mr nnd Mrs. R J Poters nnd
dniiphter Pols. who havo been vWt
ln at tho B I Hnvo homo returned
Thursdav to tholr homo In Spokano.
Wilfrid Wlllshlro who has bwn
vlsitlnir nt thn Wiltor Wnivnr rnnrb
near Tlonlln we In Ontario. Tuesday
on his way to his home In Portland
Woslev Snvder was ctllod from
Harper Inst Frldav whoro ho Is one
of the crow erectlnr the new hank
hnlldine bv the death of his fathor-In-low,
Carl O. Olson.
J It. Fnrtinr will leave Raturrin
for Portland to look over the wliole
sslo to"V of that cltv nnd ntteid
thfl festlvlllos of nuyor's week In
eldentallv tin pin" rn un to Puce'
Pnnd and look Seattlo and Tacome
Mr. nnd Mr. J. A. Konned" r
Broken motored down from the Wil
low Creek vallev to attend the
Wnlphts of Columbus pirnlo Simdav
Mr "enndv reports that work o"
tho Vale to Ilroirnn rod. for whlrb
hi hss been one of the hardest work
ers, la progressing nicely.
Frenk M. Oavlord and wife of Ax
tell. Kansas wore tho guosts tast
week of JiidKe and Mrs. O. I.. King
and are enlovlnr many side trips
gottlng acquainted with this section
o' tho west. Mr. Oavlord Is Mrs.
Klne-'s son. ond In h's homotnwn he
1h tho owner of a big department
T. T,. Cu1liron of Pid Ox Flat
nri Mr and Mr Oto Miller left on
Wodnedav for SeatHA on a vacation
trln. Tliev are making tho trip hv
auto and expert to he gone for two
weeks. Mr. Culberlon moored ov
er to Ontario Tuosdoy nlht lo m.
port on tho progress made on tho
rond work In that sect'on .to County
I Iload master, J. F. Joyce.
TSvw"1 aMm "" -i'f S vir
I nn ill -n-T i ,
Grand FREE Exhibition
Upside Down ZBNALDO will give n thrilling Slide for
Life down a GO-foot incline, standing on his head, on
a miniature bnll bearing automobile at 1 nnd 7 p.m.
ONTARIO A11r Iftfli
MONDAY, JriUg , I D 111
See Rajah the LARGEST ELEPHANT in Captivity.
Ontario Transfer & Storage Company
Long Distance and
Phone 1 SO Local Hauling
White Lunch Cafo
Itov Miller will sneak at tho Moth.
odlst Church Sunday, Augutit 8th, ut
MAM and 8 P M
Wm J Luscombo Pastor
iiinics, runs, ami pkiis
Itmiilur, Sturkitivn, Tiuppoim
If you have r.ny hldov, furs orptlU sond ttwm to us. Wo pay tin
hlcheit market prices. Wo pay cash.
ItOlXJliltH A COMPANY Ontario Oujjou
Is in Good Making
At Bread made with (UMSSUS Flour
tL js tasty and tender to the last crumb.
If the folks appreciate good baking and
we know they do it is worth while to
insist on getting GEnEOU
"Easy to make anil easy to bake" are hot
cakes made from tnJCTUC Pancake Flour.
OieaVfatt U the favorite mcil wherever lUZTZUUC
Wheat Heartt are terved.
JA There I an CE?SEU Feed scientifically balanced
HL to meet the requirement of each variety and of
every condition of your livestock or poultry.
FLOUR - FEED CEREALS
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