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THE ONTARIO AUG US, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920.
FOR SAl.E- Six yearling nnd two
nged pure-bred Hntnpshlra bucks.
Might consider feeder lambs In ox
clinnga, Northrop Farm. Kouto No. 3,
Payette, Idnlio. 40-41.
IIOUSK FOR SALE: Sco owner,
modern houso, flvo lots, K. 0. Mc
Dowoll, Ontario, Oregon. 40-42. p.
FOH SALE Extra flno Harred
Plymouth Rocks. Laying hens and
April hatched pullots, Mrs. Cnry Tus
hIiir, Frultlaud, Idaho. Tolophono
FOR SALE Comploto sot (CO vol
umns) of Harvard Classics. Now.
Nuvor been opened. Will sell cheap
It takon at once. Apply at Argus of
fice. FOR QUICK SALE Four good
lots on purine, flvo room houso, out
buildings, h iul trees, city water,
good well, all paving assessments
paid up for this year. Price 1CG0?
half down and terms. Inquire at
WANTED Qlrl for general house
work. Innulro of Mrs. E. M. Qrclg.
WANTED Telephone Operator,
experienced or unexperienced. Apply
to Chief Operator, Malheur Home
Mrs. A. T. Christiansen, teacher of
piano, Phono 170-W. 39-tf.
Wrlto tho Co-op Btoro Caldwell, for
prlco list Standard Rinding Twlno,
Quality, Length and Strength guaran
teed, IJalo $10.00, ball $1.00. C.Ual.
ready mixed paint, $15.00, I'urq Lin
seed oil, bulk $2.10, white beaux 7 ',4c
soap, 100 bars, J6.00, pitchforks,
Licensed to Practice In Oregon
O. A. KltATZ
Momber of Amorlcnn Association
Bower ByBtomo, water works, pavo-
meuts, concrete design, assess-
nionts, office systems
08 Tllford Uldg., Portland, Orogon
City Hall, Ontario, Oregon
JUNTURA NEWS N0IE8
(Continued From I'ngo Four)
FOR SALE 1 motor Generator,
capacity C battorlos, 400 wats. A
number of frnctlonal II, P. motors.
Northwestern Electric Co.
ROOM FOR RENT: In
homo. Innulro No, 1 A. II.
Tho Argus. 401 1.
FOR RENT Nlco front room nnd
bath In prlvato Family. Phono G3-W.
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYED From tho Anderson
ranch 3 red calves about 0 months
old. Finder notify M. IJ. Priest, On
tario and rccolvo reward. C10-37-tf.
MlAI.VAOK DIKTItlCT ULKCTIOX
Notlct Is hereby eivin that thu
Annual Election of Mulheur Drainage
District will b held ut tho offics of
tho District In Ontario, Oregon, Sep
tember ltth, 1920 at 2 P. M. One
supervisor Is to he elected and reports
fot tho year rendered.
O. K. KMISON,
LOST Ono Fox hound fcmnlo 10
mo. old, whit with black spots and
tan oars. Answers to namp of Nellie.
O. C. Roblson, Caldwell, Ida. Howard.
If It's itrlntlng, wo can do It.
HUSTON CMli A-
Now open for business
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Open 0:30 a. m. to 12 p, ui
Hours, 10-12: 1:30-6 House calls
Evenings by appointment Mado
'DR. R. A. MOON
Acuto or Chronic blsoases
Rooms ovor Post Office
STELLA MASON COX
Graduate of Violin nnd Piano
, .Pupil of Victor Garwood and of..
..Herbert Butler, ..American..
Conservatory of Music Chicago
Phono 40 J.
DR. C. W. TYLER
Offlco In Wilson Dldg.
Office Hours 0 a. m. to 4 p.
Phono 117 for Appointments.
DRS. WEESE & FOUTNEJl
9 lo 12 and 2 to 6.
Office ovor First National Rank.
Tolcphono No, 33 J. Ontario, Ore
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
Hvtuccu Onlurlo Phunnio
Following tho dance on Frhlny
night, tho Misses Mnrgarot and Lane
McDonald went for n short visit to
tho Hoffmnu ranch. Miss Mnrgarot
Murphy also ronmlned over for a
short visit In town.
School will open In Junturn noxt
Monday, Sept. 13th.
Mrs. Monto Iloyco of linker arriv
ed on Friday for n short visit with
her mother, Mrs. Chns. Nutt. Sho and
hor sister, Mrs, Loin Warner, of ('aid
woll, who had also bcon visiting hfiro,
loft on Monday for their homos.-
Mrs. Forrest Jonos nrrlvod on Mon
day from Jonesboro with hor house
hold effects, which sho was moving
to tho homo ranch near town. Mr.
Jones wilt hnva charge of tho Ferrous
rnncii nnti tuo homo ranch, and
Jimmy Jones will tnku chnrgo ut
Tho Catholic Ladles are nnnnuncG-
Ing a cooked Food Salo for Saturday.
William A. Ilalrd. Sunday School
missionary, from linker wns u Jun
turn visitor on Mondny,
Oscar Newell returned on Monday
from n fow days snont In llnrncr.
and passed through town on his way
to tho Agency Ranch where ho Is cm
ployed. Air. nnd Airs. .Newell, form
er residents of Junturn, returned re
cently from a month or more spirit
William A. Robertson of Otis
Crook wnH n Junturn visitor on Tuos
day. Tho deep woll at, tho rosldonro of
Mnrlln Joyce was completed on Tues
day and tho drill moved to tho ranch
of Goodmnn nnd Frlcsz.
Forrest Jones accompanied by
Frank Wilkinson, u cnttlo buyer from
Portland, mndo a trip to tho Ferrous
ranch to bring in somo cattle. Mr.
Wilkinson expects to ship out four
carloads ot cattle on Friday which ho
brought from tho Altuow and Mur
phy ranches, and lien and Forrest
Mrs. Roy Curroy loft Tuesday
morning Tor Ontario.
Peto Joyce- arrived from Ontario on
Tuesday nnd Inter ho mado It trip to
Calamity accompanied by Jack Joyco
nnd Gcorgo Raker.
Tho Misses Margaret ,and Mao Mur
phy loft Monday morning fur On
tario to uttend tho Toacher's Insti
tute. Miss Margaret Murphy will
hnvo tho school at tleulah for tho
coming year, whlto Miss Mao Mur
phy expects to teach u school near
Tom Dawson vlio Is with thu P.
L. S. Co., nrrlvod from linker on
Chns. Miller of Drewsey. returned
from n hrlof visit nt Harner on Tues
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"MALI3 A FK.MALK" (lltll'INO
HTOllV OF Pltl.MATIVi: MAN
So fnto seized them n snobbish
family of Ilrltlsh blue-bloods. Cast
them on an Island whero thu'volco of
tho world was lost. Tumbled them,
lord nnd butler, lndy ond Kculleiy
maid, Into n common mas of mule.i
nnd females, Lnughted nt their
former glories, their former handi
caps. Pointed to an untamed Jun
gle, ruled tnly hv wild boaslh, .iru
said: "Now wo shall seo who ruhti."
Then tho butlyr, becauso he wiim a
man, becamo a. king; and tho great
lady who onco dlstnlucd him, served,
loved hint fought with n slavery
for his kiss!
Ono day n ship. Rescuol lfoniol
Tho old world anil Its old ways Its
prldo, eonontlons, shnllow. iHstinp
tlons. Did thu truu lovo, tho trim
loadershlu. of tho wilds hold then?
appro- c'onlo nnd see. At Dreamland, Sop
'tombor 14 and 1G.
The' Osborn Millinery announcs
Its FALL OPENING on
Saturday, Sept. 11
LKHIJK 3. AKKR
Inconio Tax Advisor
Postofflco Ilulldlng, Ontario, Oregon
McKinnon Cushion Tires
$on-puncturo, Non-Skid. No Inner
Tubes. Guaranteed to Run 16.000
Miles. 30x3 and 314
S. ROLPH, Route 2,
Now Plymouth, Idaho
We will have on display nt that
time ninny exclusive pattern lints
as well as trimmed and tailored
hats in nil the new effects and
I Invited the,Public to My Office to See How I am
Equipped my system, of Modernized Chiropractic.
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81x90 vigilant sheets 1.95
36-inch best muslin '15c
45-inch best muslin 55c
Towels and Towelings
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20x42-inch towels priced at 50c
21x'14-inch towels priced at G5c
18-inch huck toweling 30c
18-inch crash toweling 30c
18-inch bleach crash toweling 28c
The Latest Method of Diagnosing by Means of the X-Ray.
I havo been reliably Informed Hint It lias bean reported that I am not permanently located In
Ontario; that I am only to bo here a short time; that my system Is to get tho iuonoy and KCt out,
etc. I wish to bay, that I havo located In Ontario and expect to remain hero permanently. I hnvo
practiced Chiropractic 12 years In this stato and tho people with whom I havo had business dealings
aro my very best friends.
This Is why I am at tho Mooro llotol. It Is the coolostt place In town In the summer, tho warmest
In wlntor. I oxpect to havo a volume ot business from tho Interior. I can obtain good, comforta
blo, woll ventilated rooms for my patients and have them close nt hand whero they can havo my per
I wish to further state that I am not so egotistical as to think my method of healing Is tho only
method whereby- dlseaso. pain, etc. can bo alleviated, nut I do think that 00 per cent of chronic Ail
ments can bo alleviated Jiy scientific chiropractic adjustments.
DISEASE IS A UNIT
Dlseaso Is a unit. Its location glvos It a namo and tho arano Is usually long enough (thanks to
the doctors ot medlclno) to frighten the patient, at least, half out of his llfo. Tho prlmury causo of
tho dUenso is an Impinged condition of the nerves. First comes tho PINCH, which Is followed In a
grontor or loss degree, according to tho nature of tho PINCH, by tho clogging of tho system. If tho
clog Is In tho heart wo havo Hydroporlcardlum. fordlnc Hypertrophy, Arterlo Capillary PlbrosU. If In
tho llvor, Cholecystltes, or somo other horrible thing dopondlng on the doctors familiarity with
theso Jawbreaklng names, The longer the namo tho longor tho bill, gonerally, I say generally bo
cniibo I know there aro somo honest doctors
DR.Wo H. REYNOLDS
Offices Rooms 203 and 204, Moore Hotel
Hours 10:30 to 12
1:30 tp 5
Conultation and Examination Free.:
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