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THE ONTARIO ARGDS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1922
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Goodyear Cross-Rib Tread Cord
FORD GARAGE V.B. STAPLES
PAID LOCAL ADS
REMIT OASH FOR ADS TO
GO IN THIS COLUMN
PROTECT YOUR COWS
AND HORSES, TOO
HOT WEATHER is the harvest season for
the flies and gnats. It is the time of
affliction for cafetle and horses, for life is
made miserable for them unless their owners
WOOD LARK FLY
FOR SaLE by
LUEHRS DRUG STORE
Prescription Specialists Ontario, Oregon
& Novelty Shop
Choice of any Hat in Store
Make your selection early
Also -Cleanup Sale on BLOUSES,
NECKWEAR, HOSE, ETC.
& Novelty Shop
JACK IONDON'S "SON
Owing to the difficulty of keep
ing account ot Items tor this col
umn, the mistakes which occur In
telephone conversations due to mis
understandings, the Argus has de
termined to ilaco this column on a
cash in advance basis. To use this
column therefore write your ad,
count six words per line and remit
as follews: For first insertion 10
cents per line, all subsequent inser
tions 5 cents per line; mall check, or
If coin Is used see that same Is
wrapped so that it will not drop
FOR KENT Two rooms furnished
for light housekeeping, phone 8QM
For plain sewing of all kinds see
Mrs. C. A. Powell 3 blocks east
and 1 block so. of Ford Oarage.
Prices right. 33 It
FOR SALE or Trade 200- acres
raw lund near Baker, Ore., can be
irrigated. f20 per acre. Mortgago
$908, six per cent. H. C. Wood
ward, Emmett, Idaho, R. 2. 33 It
FOR SALE Small 9 acre Im
proved ranch on highway, close
to Nyssa, Ore. $1500, terms If you
want them. W. B. Hoxle, Nyssa,
Ore. 33 It
FOR SALE Spring chickens, 35c
each. A. B. Cain, phone 20GW.
- 32 4t
FOR SALE Good four room house
and fivo lots located four blocks
north of public schools. Will sell
cheap for quick disposal. Inquire
J. B. Atherton at Rader Bros. 31 3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Four room house with two screen
porches. Will tako a car as first
payment, (lee Fred Blaser or call
75M. 31 3t.
FOR SALE five acres on hill 3-4
mile from High School under ad
vancement Co. ditch with water
right. Fine place for chickens or
garden. AH good soil. Price $600.
Inquire W. H. Doollttlo Trustee.
FOR SALE Dodge touring car,
tyto 1919 Model. Harvey's Garage.,
FOR SALE 35 shares of Nevada
Ditch stock. H. A. Arneson. tf.
FOR SALE 140 acres 7 miles S.
W. of Ontario, Oregon, on hard
surfaced road to Vale. Good water,
good house, fine shade and good
water right. Fine place for one
wanting to buy a home. Four thous
and dollars will swing deal, remain
dor on time. For particulars write
T. A. Cox, Lincoln, Illinois. 30tf.
Un exp ecfed!
Betf er, Heavier, Logger Wearing
30x3'A-$IOS!? NoTax added
on Sale Now
SCO set the high value mark
for 30 x 3V tires when it
originated the $10.90 price
USCO today betters that
mark with a new and greater USCO an
USCO improved in many important ways.
For instance, a thicker tread with a
surer hold on the road thicker side walls,
adding strength and lite to the tire.
And The price is $10.90 with, the
tax absorbed by the manufacturer.
Men have always looked to
USCO for the biggest tire
money's worth on the market.
They always get a bigger
tire money s worth than
Awlld, rough, snow-covered coun
try whero might makes right and
men are not slow to use their fists
furnishes a striking background for
Norman Dawn's stirring plcturlza
tlon of Jack London's famous novel
"The Son of the Wolf" which has
Its initial presentation Sun., Mon.
and-Tues. at the Dreamland Theatre
The story has to do with the ad
ventures ot one Scruff Mackenzie, a
stout-hearted young man, amid the
vast snows of the Northland, and
of his love for Chook-Ra, an Indian
maid. About those' characters has
been woven a gripping tale that
glows with vitality.
LIKEABLE HERO OF
PRIZE RING IS HERE
No character In modern fiction
came to public attention under more.
peculiar and fascinating circum
stances than Kane Halllday, the
hero of "The Leather Pushers," by
H. C. Witwor, which in motion pic
ture form will start at the Dream
land Theatre next Friday. Witwer's
character, a famous college athlete,
seeks fortune as Kid Roberts, heavy
Hallday is the son of a wealthy
Wall Street "power" who loses his
ntlre fortune. The son immedi
ately takes Up the thing for which
he is best qualified, and by which
he can make big money quickly.
Under the wing of Joe Murphy,
manager, he begins a campaign
which ultimately results in his win
ning the world's championship.
NO ADDITHLJOiS NEEDED
(Continued from page onej
atlon of this section for the work of
the commission and 'assured them of
the confidence and support of the
W. E. Meachan of Baker, out
lined the purpose of the Old Oregon
Other members of the commis
sioners' party were: Secretary Roy
E. Klein, Division Engineer R. H
Baldock, and Division Engineer
Musser. The Portland Oregonlan
was represented by John Kelley, the
Journal by Robert Johnston, and the
Telegram by Harry Frye. The com
mission was met at Unity by W. J.
Pinney, Ivan E. Oakes and Fred
Test. Judge Dodson of Baker
county, and Mr. Mcacham came here
to meet them. Vale was represent
ed at the dinner by District Attor
ney Robert D. Lytle, Harry Ken
nard nnd Lloyd Riches.
In the early morning the commis
sion viewed the interstate bridge
and discussed plans for financing a
new structure. No definite con
clusion was reached and the matter
was taken under advisement. They
then proceeded to Baker over the
Old Oregon Trail.
INDIA'S RIGID CASTE SYSTEM
Bible school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 a. m
Rev. Black of Fruitland
Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U
7 p. m.
Gospel service nt S p. m.
Oscar Gladish, a student' of Lin
field College, will speak.
C. H. Blom, Pastor.
FOR SALE 62 acres under
Warm Spring Project three miles
west of Ontario, known as Springer
ranch, $600.00. Write Geo. H.
Foster Co. Baker, Oregon.
May 25 Aug 31 pd.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
July 21 and 22
Also round one of the
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
July 23, 24, 25
Jack London's 'SON OF THE WOLF
A Harley Knowles Production
Comedy "Such Is Lifo In Petite
Religious Laws, Handed Down
Centuries, Are Given Most lm-
The religious laws of Brahmnnlsm
divide the Hindu people in India Into
four principal hereditary classes or
custes the Ilruhmuns (priests).
Ksliutlyas (rulers and warriors),
vusluyus, (merchants and husband
men), and Sudras (mechanics, laborers
or servants), the first three being
known us "twiceboni" and the lust
us "once-born." These original four
castes, however, have become to
a great extent sub-divided the
men being known by their work
or trades, as Uie "caste" of shoe
makers and the "caste" of sweepers'
so that nowadays the Brahmuns alone
lire said to remain as a distinct caste.
Aside from all these are the Parluhs
(or outcasts) who have no caste. Ac-
cording to the Cyclopedia of India,
"The effect of the caste system Is
that no man may lawfully eat with
any individual of any other caste, or
partake of food cooked by him, or
murry Into another caste family; but
he may be his friend, his master, his
servant, his nurtner."
FOR SALE A Registered Poland
China boar. Also 40 weaned
pigs. Phono 34 W. 30 5 1
Why Be Deprived of
the Joy of Electric
The Electric Range is one of the modem time and labor
saving devices that turns the task of keeping house Into a
pleasure. It Is as essential In the home1 as the adding
machine, or typewriter are in the busy office. It means
greater efficiency, 'better food and a great saving of time.
Electric Cooking is More
The cost ot electric fuel is low and there is never a
shortage of it. Another material saving is realized, too, in
the 'saving of food there Is so much less shrinkage of meats
that are cooked electrically.
But, perhaps the thing that every woman appreciates .
most ot all is the coolness and cleanliness ot the Electric
Range. Even on the hottest day, your kitchen will be as
cool as any other room in the house.
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V. B. STAPLES, FORD' GARAGE, Ontario
E. J. POWELL, SERVICE GARAGE, Nyssa
Have v You a Telephone?
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directly from the field. A telephone will bring you in constant and
instant touch with the market. It will bring the buyer and seller to
gether as in no other way.
Order a telephone installed today. The cost is practically nothing
compared to the value of theservice. You can't afford to be without one.
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