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llJKOVlAlMn '.'i OS ONTAKIO, OUKIION Tin
AUGl'ST 5, 1920
FOR SALE C000 Applo box
shooks nt 2Cc Iiuiulro of C. C. Hunt,
JbhlilU f.LWb hurts
FOR SALE Coinploto sot (CO vol
umna) of Harvard Classics. Now.
Novor been opened. Will soil chenp
If taken nt once. Apply nt Argun office
TEN ACHE HANOI! for salo, 3
rallcB S. W. of Ontario. All lnprovod,
Blocked and oqulppcd. E. L. Griffith,
phono 208-W-2 607 33-30.
FOR SALE Dy ownor; Klvo ncro
tract ono mllo Southwest. Ontario,
southeast fllopo, South and oaHt front
noo, part in nlfalfn, Bandy soil, plenty
wator Tortus. Address Uux 282, On
tario, Oregon. 630 33-tf.
FOR BALE 1 motor aonorntor,
capacity 0 battorles, 400 wata. A
numbor of fractional II. V. motors.
Northwostcrn Electric Co.
FOR SALE Klvo room brick house
and good barn. Innulro of Eu-
gono McCoy, lladcr'a store. 22-U
FOR SALE Thrco building Iota In
Ontario resldono district. Cement
pavement around thorn. Sea YV. II.
Ilrooko. A bargain. 323-lP-tf
FOR SALE 16 shares Owyhee
Ditch Stock. H5 per sharo. 11. W.
Llccnsod to Pracllco In Oregon
O. A. Kit AT,
Mombor of Amorlcan Association
Sower systems, wator works, pavo
racnts, concroto design, assess
ments, offlco systems
408 Tllford Uldjr., Portland, Oregon
City Hall, Ontario, Orogon
HOUSE FOR SALE, Shade troes,
3 blocks south of Catholic Church
Sse J. D. Athorton at Iladors.
FOll BALE, at a bargain, Good
House and five lots, plenty of shade,
eloso In. Iloasouabla torma. Boo L. J.
Aker, Postofflco Illdg. B7-28-tf.
Write tho Co-op Btoro Caldwnll, for
prlco list Standard binding Twlao,
quality, Length and Strongth gimrnn
toed, Halo f 10.00, ball $1.00. 6 Oat.
ready mixed paint, $16.00, 1'ur'i Lin
scod oil, bulk 2.10, white boami 7'XiC
soap, 100 bars, 16.00, pitchforks,
run RENT NScs rrsat room nnd
bath In prlvato Family, Phono C3-W.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Yukon dog team mado out
of gold nuggots. Flndor notify, Mrs.
A. H. Ilrown, Crane, Orog. and re
celvo roward. 618 32-36
Hours, 10-12: 1:306 Houso calls
Evouings by appolntmont Mado
DR. R. A. MOON
Acuto or Chronic Diseases
Rooms over Post Offlco
STELLA MASON OOX
Grnduflto of Violin nnd Plniio
..Pupil of Victor Oarwood and of..
..Herbert Uutlor, ..American..
Conservatory of Muolo Chicago
Phono 40 J.
DR. O. W. TYI.Klt
Offlco In Wilson Dtdg.
Offlco Hours 0 a. m. to 4 p. in.
Phono 117 for Appolntmonts.
DRS. WEESE & FORTNER
to 12 and 2 to 6.
Offlco over First National Dank
roltphono No. S3 J. Ontario, Ora
W. B. MA.XON
Attontluu kUoii Co long distance
cavo orders nt Wuyt Iuiplotuout Store
Phouo JiU... Rcnldenro Phouo -11-W
LICHL1U J. A KICK
lucoiuo Tax Advisor
Postofflco Hulldltiit, Ontario, Orcuuii
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
Iletwoeu Oiiturln Plmt
A (lain Murray returned from out-
I nine points on Monday.
Fred Kingsbury returned from
outsldo points on Monday.
Mr nnd Mrs. Cnrl Kuhiie nnd Ron
wcru Sunday guests at the Oallaglior
Mrs. Anglo Murphy made n trip
to Ontario on Friday roturnlng homo
David Graham mado a buslnesn
trip to tho Jones ranch at Joncsboro
Fred KnuphUBman left Friday ov
onlng for tho Murphy ranch near
Uculah, roturnlng Saturday morning.
Mrs. Alva D. Hlghsmlth roturncd
Friday from outside points, nnd pass
od through town on tho way to tho
ranch near Drewsey.
Roy Ucedo of Drewsey pushed thru
town on Friday lmvlnir sDoni n fnw
days In Vnlo, whoro It Ih understood,
no mod on noma land.
Miss Conroy nnd MIhm Oro.illnh
mado a trip to Cottonwood with Jack
nnd Petn Joyce on Tuesday
Mrs. Jack Jnyco wni on tho disk
list Inst week with an attnek of ton.
sllllls but Im recovering rapidly.
Jnck Weber was In charge of the
ool Unit over Sunday ilurln t the
nbsoneo of the proprietor, Fred
Mr. nnd Mrs. ('. A Wettemirnm
loft on Thursday for a few ilayi va
cation and Khopplng In llolse, return
ing home Wednesday
(Jus Fries finished haying at tho
Junturn ranch during tho week nnd
loft nt onco with his crow for tho
Robhlns ranch nbovo Drewsey.
Ooorgo Ilaker and son, Dee. nnd
James E. Smith left Saturday for nn
outing at Illuo Mountain Springs.
Thoy returned to town Monday morn
ing. Mrs, Michael Conroy eutortnlnod .i
number of friends last week for the
MIhhcn Harbarn Dreallsh nnd Annn
Conroy who arc visiting hero from
Mrs. L. P. DoImoIo left Saturday
for a weokcnd visit with her uUtnr
nnd motlior nt Payctto. which was
also to Includo n shopping expedi
tion to llolse.
William Jones roturncd to Jun
turn after an outing at Pnrotto Lakes
on Thursday. After arranging a
numbor of business mattorfl ho loft
for his homo In Ontario on Saturday.
Jarvls Smith was a Juutun visit
or on Moudny bringing In tho mnll
Im .ng lncstoJ In now rugs, c
tains, and linens. Tho,- also couto.
Plato giving tho church n now cir
To ovory reader of tho Argun this
announcement brings n messago of
BUpromo Interest, a messago fraught
with tidings both great and Joyous,
for on August 10, Christy Uros
greator united wild animal exhibi
tion will glvo two performances, at
2 nnd 8 p. m In Ontario. Over a
scoro of years Christy Uros. Shows
havo stood for nil that has boon
biggest, best nnd supromoly novel
In tho world of amusements. Tro
Christy Pros, wero tho pioneers In a
policy which Insisted upon tho public
bolng treated with tho utmost con
sideration. This years program of-
rcrs many now fonturcs and displays,
presenting scores of Amorlca's most
famous nrtlsts.) a colossal exposition
of wild animal wonders from ovory
cllmoj Clowns, a gay giddy and glad
somo throng of earth's most ludi
crous comedians, creating nn end
less chain of Bpontnnlous sldo-splt-tlng
laughter with tholr nowost
stunta and sketches. Christy Hros.
presentation. "Tho Prince of tho
Judge," a pageant of colorful magni
ficence a wealth of color, pomp nnd
glorious music, with scores of char
acters, lavishly costumed, makos
this a truly wonderful display. Twice
dally. Immediately proceeding tho
opening of tho dour, a monster
FREE net will bo given when Upside
Down Zcnaldo will make his thrill
ing slide on a slondor thread of stool
from a height of fifty feet, balanc
ing on his bond, atop a roller skate,
Zcnaldo prosonts the most thrilling
attraction ever offered to the public
as a free attraction.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
John Kakabeoko wno ranchos near
Nyasa wan an Ontario visitor twice
during tho past wook. There Is no
rancher of tho valley more enthus
latlc over tho possibilities of tho
country than Mr. Kakabeoko, but ho
Is also of tho opinion that a radical
change will havo to bo mado If tho
lovol of prosperity Is to bo main
tained Ho bollovos In crop rotation,
nnd wator rotation as woll. "Wo can
rnlso as fluo crops as any part of
tho wost, but wo cannot ralso ono
crop all tho tlmo and oxpoct tho
land to bring big roturnn ovcry
yoar. tho soonor wo got to mversi-
Drewsey In tho ubsencul fled farming tho better oft wo will
If It's irlntlng. w can do It.
(if lils 'Jnvr, f.'ior rnwlfleld. nil bo," said Mr. Kaknbeobo at Tho
(ieorgo Smith loturned from bolow! Argus.
on Modnny wlnro ho had gone n fow
(lays boforo with tnmo cattle ho had Donald Mrl.eo.-t or Harrnr Is In
(.old to II. (,'. Nlclii'rson. Ontario thin week. Mr. M Lood Is
Mrs. (lus rro and her slstor, n of tll lo'1 known shc.jp inon of
Miss Mnrv Hoffman left Saturday "' county and h .'. fed his '
for n week-end visit nt the Thor nson tliU territory for eatu J ..
We have just received a
nice line of the populur
Seller Kitchen Cabinets
Call and sec them!
Our prices arc right
a. l. Mcdowell
;s Nothing Like It
says the Good Judge
A little of this real to
bacco gives a man more
cat isf net ion than he ever
ftot from the old
The full, rich, real to
bacco taste lasts so long,
you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often.
That's why it costs you
Any man who uses tho
Real Tobacco Chow will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is n short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT Is n long fino-cut tobacco
cEkfl vjytf iks
ONTARIO OPEUA HOUSE
UAIIIL Saturday, Aug. 7th
Shubert's Original Jazz
Direct from Chicago Singing Novelties Melody Jazz
DANCING O P M. TO 13 I. M.
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IT WAR KIKT YK,U.
XOW IS TDK TLMK TO IX.SL'RK
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DON'T WAIT UNTIL HXOW KI.IRS
TO THINK AUOUT KILI.IXO VOUR
Order Jesse Knight's
CH at our yuril, or telephoiio nud
ordvr your Mlnter'n supply of JMSSK
ItNIOlirH HPRIXO CANYON COAL
to-dny. Tlien jou will bo buro of
Rotting that fcniiio high boat produo
lug coaL for tho quality of Spring
Cmi)on Cul novor chanson.
DON'T PUT IT OFF. ORDER YOUit
COAL NOW WHILE YOU CAN OLT
BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER COMPAN
AL CH.VNCH, Halivt Mnnnucr, Ontario Ynrtl
rnncit nour uoumii.
Ralph ChnmhorH of Drownoy wn
In town Monday morning with hln
mother who was lonvlng for hor
homo nt North Ynklmn, WunhliiRton
nftor ft vlnlt with her boii nnd family.
Mr nnd Mrs. William Flsor of
Crnno enmo down on Bnturdny for a
vlnlt with John McQotrlck nnd fam
ily, nnd tho wliolo party loft that day
for n wook-oml visit nt Illuo Moun
On Rundny nftomoon Daniel Oal
laxhor mado a trip to Cottonwood In
lila car with John Jorco. Mlchnel
Neodhnm nnd I'oto Joyco, whuro tho
lnttor wero to moot eomo surveyors
to look over tholr claims,
L. I. Dolsolo nnd Knthor O'Hniinn
mado a trip to Doulah after mub
hero on Sunday. Later In tho day
Mr DoIhoIo nnd tho MUhob Margaret
ana Mao Murphy spent a few bourn
fishing on the North Fork.
R, C. Nlckorson of Portland shin.
pod out thrco carloads of cattle un
Friday, which ho had gathorcd up In
this neighborhood Among those sell
Ing wero Don Joiioh, Robert Reed.
George McLnrou, Donald MrKenilo
and Oco. Smith,
Among tho young poople who
spont tho wook-eud at Dluu Moun
tain Springs wero Fred Kaupliunmun.
Ralph and Donald Mastoron, KliiHey
Stownrt, Androw McDonald, Thoo
doro Ilruck. Jr., Harry Churchill and
A party of surveyors sent out by
tho T. 8. Geological Survey pattbed
through town last week. They have
boon ougagod In platting some land
which lle bolow Castle Rock near
Doulah, which had never been sur
veyed. Thomas Woodward and family re
turned from Portland and the beach
last week. Mr. Woodward has beon
absout for tome tlmo for tho sake of
his health. Upon hlB arrival at tho
ranch ho went out Into tho hilts to
gathor up somo cattle
Johu IOggan of tho 'Rums Oar
ago was In town last week and when
ho returned to Rurus ho was hccoiii
I panted by J. J. Douegan who, v Ith
1 Ooorgo Stubblofield, had boen class
ifying tho land ownod hore by tho
Juntura Investment Co, Harold Hop
kins has been assisting with the
work this wook.
Mrs, Curtis Wharton left early in
li.e week for Ba't Lake o bo with
rtr husband fo. n few days bofore
sho accompanies him home from the
I hospital there. Mr Wnrtou recelvod
a painful wound a number of wrokf
ago from a circular saw. und It wa
with difficulty that his nnnl nnd
arm wero saved Jaine K S"'tl
has been In ehargo of a "-"Iro-pumping
plant hre iMir'nif to a?
senro of Mr Wx'-t
i ofli.)- 'Tli- jj r . n Saurd
from Pn'T'n i - i '
'ia rsrlV - -' V: - " I "''e,
for a numi e- if ' ! 1
Fast WhlV there Vf I ' . r
Phllnde'pira and v 5. . i
sister who Is a nun at Bauta ) e
Fnthor O'Hagan reports evidences of
much prosperity In tho East, nnd tra
velling very uncomfortablo owing to
tho crowded conditions duo to tho
largo numbers travelling. Tho Cath
olic ladles havo spont a busy weok
cleamlug and renovating tho church
and putting It In ordor for his return,'
ha Is nondcr'nt; on hnv nrl
in-Iron anil other nrobloms o" !.,
vtnrkmen. His fiilth In t.m u!t'n,.e
roturu of tho gamo to it ivoild mi-it
Is pot shaken, tho It could Impr n
mi.terlally right now nnd not hurl
Miss Dorothy Tumor spent tho
wook end visiting with Miss Cecil
Logan nt Drogan.
Mrs. Fred Curray nnd daughtor
Hazel wero down from Juntura tho
first of tho wook.
Miss Catharlno Conway, Miss Joyco
Tumor and Miss Mary Mossco nro
leaving Saturday morning for a two
weoks vacation at Soasldo, Orogon.
IIAVK YOUU OAR
MADE JUBT LIKE NEW
The powor of your auto en
glno comes from tho cylinders
and this la tho Only Shop In
Malheur county that has a
CYLINDER IIOHIXa MACHINE
This permits us to do this ac
curate machlno work to
hair, and do It quickly.
Now Is the time to have your
MARDKN'S MACHINE SHOP
II We Loan Money
This bunk loans money. That's tlio way wo make
oni living. 13ut we don't loan money foolishly nor
lei' imprudent purposes.
It is our ambition to sec this community prosper
and it is decidedly to our advantage to sco that it
doca prosper, because if tho community prospers our
deposits will bo increased and wo will have more
money to loan. It can readily bo scon, therefore,
that we cannot consistently loan money for any pur
pose not conducive to tho best interests of the com
munity in general and tho borrower in particular
On this basis this bank loans money gladly.
Save Time and Money
Hoover Potato Di
SHOVEL iB mado of tho beat quality hiflh-carbon crucible steel,
formed on apodal dies to ju9t tho right shape to scour properly and gather
tho potatoes with tho lea9t possible loss. The corners are turned to permit
the shovel to clear without catching or clogging.
MAIN FRAME! consists of tho axle, main sides, shovel, beams and
seat arch, which bolts solidly together, making a very rigid frame. The
axle is inch and half dUmster, cold-rollod stesl, with oil groove3 for proper
ly oiling the driving wheels.
1 ' '''' tr urbif nlid 3 Miunv itcel, rolled vith a rib to
giv i ,' ; 'it mount ti strength. The 3'jjvpI and axlo are bolted
to'-' ' iV :utn ft losuMly r jw ! to'V) steel sides.
TUrribe1' pn: ofn'-
'he Implement Man