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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1921)
THE ONTARIO ABGP9, ONTARIO, OREQ.ON, TJltJKSUAV. FEBRUARY 3, 1920.
They'll Ask You
how the pictures came out and Bill
will say: "Fine", and prove it.
Good Pictures of Good Times are easy
to jet with a-
Let us show you how simple it is to
work and how complete to the last
detail. We have a large stock and
in it somewhere is just the Kodak
During the Month of
FEBR UAR Y
with each Kodak purchased from us we
will develop SIX REELS of films free.
And with each $5.00 worth of printing
and developing wc will give one 7x11
Prescriptions Our Specialty
See Our Window
PAID LOCAL ADS
FOR BALE Canary birds, sing
era; P., O. Box. 374. Ontario, Oro.
FOIl BALE Dulck lloadstor. $500
Mrat class condition, will consider
bankablo note. J. II, Tost, phono
110-W, Ontario, Oregon. tf
KOIt SALE Ohevrolot Touring car
In good condition Cheap tor cash.
See J. II, Gordon
FOIt SALE lots 10 and 20 block
290, City of Ontario for 100. Wrlto
C. II. Hallborg, Hunter, Oregon.
HAY FOIt SALE 18.00 per ton,
two miles west ot Ontario. A. D.
FOR SALE Half Horso Power
Contury Thrco Phase Motor, In good
condition. Sco J. H. Gordon or phone
FOR. BALE Tent houso lCxlC,
Llnoloum covered floor, fitted with
screens and awnings on four sides.
Lined and stained. Ideal sunimor
houso. Prlco $160. Also bungalow
houso 12x14, $85.00. Phono 205-W-3
Now is the to look over your farm ma
chinery and. make a list of what repairs you
will need for this season's work.
Let us help you get them now to avoid da
lays later on at the beginning of the spring
Regardless of what make your machina is
w can get repairs for you.
We also carry a complete line of John
Deere machinery, Moline Universal tractors,
and tractor drawn tools.
We will be pleased to have you call and in
spect our lines, and we will do our best to please
and save you money.
Geo. W. Wayt
Farm, Field and
1921 catalogue free upon request
FOIl SALE OH TItADE For live
stock. Good house, two lots, deep
well, garage and other out buildings.
Dox 641. Ontario, Oregon. tf.
FOIt BALE Oil TRADE For cat
tle or horses, my 1018 five passongor
Dulck car, In first class mechanical
condition, terms It wanted, has been
run a little over 10,000 miles. H. A.
Arncson. Ontario. 866 tf.
FOU SALE 1 Mnjestlc ran go, 1
Howard lien tor; 1 Hoosler cabinet;
1 Buffott; 6 chairs; 2 bed springs
and mattresses, all nearly now. 1
good milch cow; 1 brood sow. A. L.
Wolr. Phono 180-W. 9448-10 p.
FOU SALE 1018 Dodge car. In
aulro Victor Orlop, Frultland. 9 p.
KLEN-ZA-HO Tho wonderful
washing powdor Is cheaper mado
than bought. Formula and ftvo othor
vnluablo ones, 50c. Western Bargain
Houso. Klmnmn, Idaho. 9-11 p.
Applications will bo rccelvod for
a night pumpman, also one dltcb
rider. Stato oxporlonce, Balary and
roferences. Mako application to Sec
rotary, Ontnrlo-Nyssa Irrigation
Company. co Malheur County Dank,
NyBsa, Oregon. 934 8-9.
Look for the Savings Club ai In
this Issus, by the Ontario National
FOR SALE Urod sows and gilts,
puro bred, largo typo Poland'Chlnas,
prlcod to bo sold. E. M. Dean, Nyssn.
Phono 00-F-21. 8-9.
FOR BALE Few young and vig
orous Wblto Leghorn roosters from
Corvallls' best pen. $3 each. Ad
dress box 65, Ontario, Oregon.
POTATOES FOR 8ALB Any
qunntlty. Quality guaranteed satis
factory; sound, uncut, froo from dis
ease and ot Morchantnblo slio.
Prlco $1',50 per hundred. Will trndo
for hogs or shoop. Try a sack. Wnlfo
and Qutnby, R. F. D. Ontario, or
phono 3 t-R Ontario. 889-7 tf
GRIFFITH ELECTRIC SJIOP
All kinds of Electric wiring. Tolo
phono 228 J. tf.
17 Passongor 3:47 A. M. Dally
6:20 P.M. Dally
4:30 P.M. Dally
9:33 A.M. Dally
18 Passongor 1:10 A. M. Dully
7:50 A.M. Dally
9:33 A M. Dally
2:20 P. M Dally
4:80 P.M. Dally
Oregon Jimtoni Drouth
371 .Mixed Vale-Crane Departs
10:00 A. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
373 Mixed Valo-Urogan Departs
12:30 P. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
193 PaBsengor Vale Departs
10:30 A.M. Sunday Only
372 Mixed from Crane Arrlvo
2:50 P. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
374 Mlxod from Drogan Arrlvo
4:50 P. M. Dally Ex. Sunday
Passongor from Vale
3:05 P. M. Bunday Only
NOTICU TO CREDITORS
Notlco is horoby given that tho
undorslgncd has been nppolnted
oxccutrlx of tho cstato of Nathantol
C. Long, deceased, by order ot tho
County Court ot Malheur County,
Oregon. All persons having claims
ngnlnst tho said cstato nro horoby
notlflod to present them, duly veri
fied 'au by law roqulrod, to tho un
dersigned executrix at tho law oftlco
of W. W. Wood In Ontario, Oregon,
within six months from tho data ot
tho first publication ot this notlco.
Dono and dated and first publish
ed this 20th day ot January, 1921.
ELIZABETH THERESA LONG,
Executrix ot tho cstato of
Nathaniel C. Long, docoasod.
First publication, Jan. 20, 1021.
Lust publication, Fob. 17, 1921.
FOR SALE A 1 saddle horse, col
or bay, sovon years old. Weight
about 1200 pounds. Phono 20-M.
J. S. Mallot 8C0-tf
Mrs. A. T, Ckrlstsnten, Uaeksr ef
plan, Phone 170-TY. II U.
LOST OR STOLEN Two yearl
ing steers, brand left hip, (Ell con
nected). Ploaso tako up and notify
J. J. Dlllard. 919-tf.
FOR RENT House partly fur-
about 1H miles woat ot Ontario.
Mrs. K. K. Chenauit, mono zqb-h-s,
DREACHY EBTRAY Carao to
my place Octobor 1st, 1920, red
heifer brandod J R on right hip.
Double dulap on brisket. Ownor can
hnvo samo by paying for ad and food
bill. Howard Tomplo, 2H ml If
Northwest ot Ontario on Trousdale
nOARDINa Can tako a fow
boardors by day, week or month.
Dunbar house ono block back of Wil
son Hotel. Mrs. Fred Slogel.
housework for about
FOR DRESSMAKINO call Mrs. M.
K. Johnson, 90-W. 940 S-U p.
LOST White Fronch Poodlo dog
on East side of town. Finder re
turn to Mrs. A. M. Ward. Phono
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lit tho County Court of Uio Htata of
Oregon, for MMhetir County
IN THE MATTER OF THE EBTATE
OF W. E. HULERY, DECEA8ED.
Notlco Is horoby given that on Do-
r.nnbor 32, 1920, an ordor of tho
above entitled Court was mado ap
pointing tho undorslgncd, J. J. Dll
lard, administrator ot tho cstato ot
W. E. Hulory, docoasod. All porsons
having claims against the nbovo on
tltlod ostato will nresont tho samo
duly torltlod as by law roQUlred to
tho said administrator at his placo
ot business In tho City of Ontario,
Orogon, within six months from tho
dato of tho last publication of this
J. J. DILLARD,
First publication, Doc. 30, 1920.
Last publication, Jan, 27, 1021,
LAUNDRY work done. Mrs. Paul
Griffin. Dox. 123. 6-9 p.
FOR SALE Piano. In a Struthers.
Dox. 614. 6-9 p.
LOST Ladles gold wrist watch,
Elgin mako, engraved C I. W., five
dollars roward for roturn to W. W.
Wood. 936 8-9 p.
FOR RENT A flvo room bunga
low on Main Street throe blocks
North of Mooro Hotel. Addross Dox
143. Duxton, Oregon. 939 8-9.
It la nesd of nurse call Mrs,
Agnoe Ohui, Phone 129-W.
PIANO MUST nK SOU)
We havo a strictly high grado
piano In Payette, No reasonable of
fer retusod tor quick disposal. Easy
terms It responsible. Write at once
If Interested to Tho Donver Muslo
Company, Donvor, Colorado. 7-12.
HEMSTITCHING 12 H cents
per yard. 10 yards or over of one
color 10c per yard. Blanohe Ander
son, Phono 42-W. 9-12 p.
NOTICK OF ROM) SALE
Scaled proposals will bo recelvod
by tho Board of 8uporvIsora ot King
man Colony Drnlnago District at
tholr office at Nyssa, Malheur Coun
ty, Oregon, until tho hour ot 2
o'clock P, M. on Wednesday tho
23rd day of Fobruary, 1921, and Im
mediately thereafter publicly oponod,
for tho purchase ot bonds of said
District In tho sum ot Boven Thous
and (17,000.) Dollars, dated March
1, 1921. lu donohilnuHonB ot $500.
each, and mnturlng us follows, to-wlt:
March 1, 1920
March 1, 1927
March 1, 1928
March 1, 1929
March 1, 1930
March 1, 1931
March 1, 1932
March 1, 1933
March 1, 1934
March 1, 1935
March 1, 1936
March 1, 1937
March 1, 1938
March 1. 1939
Bald bonds to boar Intorost at 6
per cent per annum, payable spoil
nnnually on the first day ot Septem
ber and March, principal and inter
est payable in United States Gold
Coin at the office of the Secretary of
Bald District at Nyssa, Malheur
County, Oregon, or at the Fiscal
Agency of the Stato ot Oregon In
Now York City, at the option ot the
Bald bids must be accompanied
by a certified check for ten per cent
(10) ot said bid, same to be for
feited to tho District as liquidated
damages in the evont that the suc
cessful bidder falls to take up and
pay for said bonds within ten days
after tho award.
Bald bids must bo unconditional as
to legality, and the District will fur
nish the successful bidder with the
approving logal opinion ot Mossrs
Teal, Minor and WInfree, of Port
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order ot the Board ot Super
Tlsora ot the Kingman Colony Drain
f KAINtt. U. UALiLi,
First publication, Jan. 20, 1921.
Last publication, Feb. 17, 1921.
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