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Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS Government report! Indicate that all crops In Oregon will be the larg est this year In the history of the state. It Is early to predict prices, but as there Is a general world short ago It is expected that prices will be good. Tim nMnr otmMnnrv nf Tlllnrtii la , v. -..-. . , . . evidenced by the fact that up to the present time he has neither saluted or resigned. 4 Teachers Examinations will be held In the Chamber of Commerce at Vale on June 17, 18, 19 and 29. Miss Alice Mallett, who Is the di rector of the cafeteria in the Y. W. C- A. rooms in Boise, It home for a sburt vacation. Homer King arrived homo Monday morning from Lcbannoh, Tena., where lie Im been attending the Cumberland university. He graduated In law and Is now ready to do your legal work for you. He has not decided where he will hang out his shingle. Kdward J. Catlow and wife and Mrs. .Ibsephlne llrlnsell, of OrovljU', In the extreme southern part of this county, were here several daya last week on business. J- W. Qroff, the Succor creek ran cher, was here several days last week looking after some stray horses. Qeorg M. Love, of the Agency rtnch, waa here laat week to take in the circus and look after some busi ness matters. J. M. Royaton, was called to Mary land, Monday, by the death of his mother at the ripe anus of 84 years. The mother was visiting at the time of her death. Miss Caasle Seaweard who has been at the Cord rauch for a few weeks, is home for a short visit. Will exchange paper hanging and palming for horse or what have you Address W. A. Deputy, city. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ()l' ONTARIO MAS INSTALLED A MMUKK Of 8AFKTY UEFObIT BOXES. EACH BOX HAB A DOU BLE LOCK AND THEY AFFORD A KAFK FIRE-PROOF PLACE TO KEEP DEEDS, LIFE INSURANCE LWll I1IIM3 1 K' I . J i 111 I I l . I I i wuiviaa Alii jinDi viuu ABLEB. THE RENTAL KATE ON THE B0XB8 IB VERY REASON ABLE, tf. J. R. Blackaby was called to Port land last week on some business. W. P- Homan was called east Sun day by the serious illness of bis daughter with appendicitis. Mrs I Ionian accmpanled him. Kd. Slxeniore was in from the lieu lab section for a few days. J. Branson and wife and Mrs. Char les Johnson, of Westfall were here Friday looking after business and lootdag up Buffalo Bill. H. W- Wlthycoinbe returned Moti daj from a trip to Union and Portland. Hi fouud plenty of suow and rain. John L. Hand, the Baker attorney, as here Monday returning from a trip to Harney county where he was looking after some water cases. He found tin- roads very muddy and the trip was disagreeable. LOCAL NEWS H. W. McWIlllama was here the first of the week arranging for an other horse sale at Juntura. He reports the first sale a great success and the promises ere for a better one this month as there will be a better class of horses offered and there will be more buyers present. The horse men and buyers are all pleased with the oppoitunlty of ouylng the horses so near the range. Oregon is a great horse state and Juntura is at the heart of the horse ranges. Mrs. A. I, Sproule Is in Portland to see the Rose Carnival. One jrood feature about the potato sack topped skirt Is that the bottom of the corset doesn't stick out like an auto tire. Even the man who hates a masher knows from experience that It la mighty hard for a man to flirt with a woman unless the woman Is wil ling. The Atchison Olobe sayo that "girls who insist on slvlng a parade are reminded thajt the circus laonceals most of Its attractiona during the street pageant." Judge O. L King performed his frat marriage on Monday since the passage of the freak act which re ciirtf an examination before i. cr tlflcate can be secured Idaho and V..i i. ' have been profiting 'cm th'a law. The contracting (!' war (' en Moore and Ethel Pwder, both of this county. A. E. Brown was In from Cord for the wool tale Tuesday. Mrs. Lora 8. LaMance, a national organiser for the W. C. T. II- will HpcaW here on the 23rd In the Inter est of state wide prohibition. Ouy F. Phelps will lecture In the Methodist church, on Monday and Tuesday evening, r.tii and 16th on the white slave traffic. Admission ten cents. There will be atereoptican Views. Mr and Mrs Hermele will leave In a few days for Chlcsgo, where the.' will make their future borne Haset Record will accompany them, to a tend a commercial school. Albert Chapman has gone to Hrogun to help with the Kenyon and Hall cat tle. They will make a shipment In ( few daya. Mrs Fred Bailey was a passenger t Boise last Frldsy. Mrs. Bllllngsley Is In Portland thi week as delegate to the Eastern 8t.ir C.-'.nd Iodgc me-'l.if' Miss Paull1..' v.nt along as a ch?nrsone- II It. Orauel and family are in Portland this week, where Mrs Grauel is visiting with relatives and Mr. Orauel is a delegate to the grade Chapter and Blue lodge. E. K Goudy U in Portland this week a delegate to the Masonic grand MaJB, The Misses Bailey were visitors to Boise over Sunday. Miss Test, who has been attending school In Boise, Is home for the holi days. Mr. and Mrs Kahout are In Boise for a few days. Mr. and Mrs- V. W. Chambers, Mr uiul Mrs II- L llolcomb, were visitors Boise visitors for the Rose show. LOCAL NEWS ROYAL BAKING POWDER Aasolulely Pare Absolutely hem no eubmtttuto Many mixtures are offered a substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same In composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal Baking Powder Is made from pure, Qrape Cream of Tartar. No alum, lime or acid phosphates. Juntura 1-as got everything ready to start work on the new acnool house Mr. and Mrs. W. W- Rose were lioisn visitors for Rose show. Bishop Glorlex of Boise was here Saturday. W. W. Letson Is In Salt Lake at tending a meeting of the time Inspect ors of the Short line system. Mrs- Hill went to Emmett Tuesday for a few dnys visit with relatives She was accompanied by Mrs. Wilton. J. W. McCullorh, is In Hnrney county this week taking testimony In some water cases. Attorney Wood Is borne from Gran roimti . Mrs. Wood Is also home much Improved In health- Two children of Dr. Belknap nre visiting with them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson and daughter were here last week visiting with friends. E. Cope is still doing business in the Moore Hotel Blk. Cleaning, Pressing and Tailoring. 'Phone 105 W. The directors of the Owyhee ditch met Saturday in regular session. Dick Scott and wife, of the Agency section, were here last week visiting with her mother, Mrs. Con Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vanderhoof were up to the ranch this week. Chaa. Peterson was here from the ranch last week visiting with the family. Vean Vannata waa here several davs laat week looking after business. He recently sold a bunch of nice horses. R. J. Stone and wife have reached North Powder on their outing trip. LADIES NOTICE: Ball dreeaea, and all kinda of cleaning and renovating at Cope's, "The Presaary. '"Phone I06w Virgill Seybold was thrown by a horse falling over backward on Friday last and was badly bruised about the head. He eame here for treatment The accident happened in Barren Val ley near Cord. Winters and Trousdale have received a milking machine and are now using it on their large dairy herd with good success. They find it a great time aaver. The Sunday School of the Congrega tional church held their annual picnic at the E. B. Conk tin raech south of the city and report having an excellent time Many of them took advantage of the opportunity to inspect the Conk lin dairy and dairy herd and are loud in their praise of the sanitary method employed and the attention given to details in all the work. Art Dunnock has purchased the On tario Pressary from Bill Bonthrop having dissolved partnership with K. Cope. He will now be able to give his eutire attention to the business and guarantee first class work. Your pat ronage is solicited The business will In- carried on at the old stand of the Ontario l'ressary south of the Argus otli Everett Trousdale who has beeen attending Reed College at Portland and has one mure year before graduat ing, is home for the summer holidays. A number of others from here will at tend the college next year. Miss I.ampkin and the children of W. P. I.ampkin started for Missouri on Wednesday morning to remain during the summer with Mr. l.ampkin's moth er. For excellence and promptness, see Coe "The I'rensury." Thoue 105W. Uncle Dick Rutherford reports that hi potatoes are i im- and also the pea-. While I nele Dick raises a garden for the pleasure there is in it, he also gets quite a little profit There will be a civil service examm ation in the city hall .Saturday for tin rural carriers. A meeting of the republican count cent ml committeemen was held in I'orl land Tuesday and new otJlcer elecw-.i for the coming campaign. Charles B Moore of Multnomah county is the state chairman, 1. B Baldwin, Secre tary and Hurry Wells, treasurer. A new feature wa the electing of ladies as member- oi the organization and certain parts of the work will be us signed to them. The different rejsirts made from the several counties of the state indicate that the entire state ticket is going to be elected and a republican senator chosen, so that the east may know how the west feels over the free trade for farm produce. A half interest in the Ontario Dem ocrat was sold this week by Jake Gregg to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dodge. Mr Gregg will have charge of the editorial part of the business and Mr. Dodgc will look after the business department The cold spell in this section last week did some damage to the growing crops in some places while others were not affected. Some o f the tender vegetables were nipped and in places corn and potatoes were injured some. Fruit was not damaged any Where crops were watered leas damage waa done. Phone E. Cope, 10SW. who will call and deliver your cleaning and pressing promptly. Mrs. D L. Noyes of Portland is here visiting her daughter Mrs. F. E. Ever hart Mrs. J. P. Hill of Nysaa was calling n Ontario friend on Wednesday MILLINERY SALE In-order to close our Store in the near future, for the sum mer months, we will place on Sale our entire line of Ladies and Children 's Trimmed Hats on SA TURD A Y, JUNE 13. WE have about 4 dozen Ladies Hats of which you may take your choice for $3.00. Think of it! Our prices on Children's Hats and Untrimmed Hats will be just as cheap. There will also be Rare Bargains in Flowers, Ribbons and Veils. Come Early and go home Happy Mr. M. tf . Xetscn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I'akl ArivartiK-mrnU Money to loaa Improved in gated farms. W. ff. Doollttle Co. Lot for Sale 8 in Kiverxida addition, near sub station. In quire at Argus. Hay delivered in Ontario at $8.50 per ton. Call Fruitland livery. Phone 1021. You can get four aplendid magazinea one year for IK cents txtra by renewing your sub scription to the Argus. For Sale In Ontario. A five room bouse with bath room, hot and oold water connections, good cellar. oal house, chicken park, and two lots; cement sidewalk, electric lights. Close in on Mottit Street, for cash 01 j terms. furnished or nufiirukslisd ' For further Information, box 83, On tario, phone 00. K. ltt MM Summer Excursions vim Union Pacific System To Points East j Including Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Minneapolis, St Paul, Memphis and many other points. May 13,18, 28 M; June S, C. 10, IS. 17. 20, 27, July 1, 3, 10. 11, 12, IM, ' i. 21). August 6, 12, 19, 26; Sept 2. lb. Limit October 31, 19M To Points West To San Francisco, I.oHangi'les and other points via Portland, Otrden or Salt Lake City. Daily, June 1st to Sept 30, 1914 Limited October 31, ISM See Any OREGON SHORT LINE Agent For Rates and Further Particulars S i.-inl prioes on trunks and suit cases for 30 days. Kroesslii liar uess Co. Lust Norwegian Hear D'g. Dark gray, has Hbsr strslgbt ears, look like wolf, smooth ousted and lias busby tail. Will pay 10. 00 reamd for information leading to recovery. Notify I, M. Joseph. Welssr, Idaho. For new .itaila hay seed J. Dies. I 2 1-2 miles south of Ontario Kither In Held or delivered. Second Hand Hay Wagon for sale cheap At Van l'etten Lbr. Co. Old papers at th- Argus ottioe-Jft cents per hundred. Just what you need to Hue your cabins and 1'lace under the cerpat Till bifgafi tmrguin we buve ever often .1 our subscribers is the Argus and four uiiia.iiies, all one year, for only 11,19 Dray age orders taken at Moore 1 1 I 1 John Laudiughsui, resideuce I'll on.- 424 yHiiMVnj J J i ffu& By right of conquest the Ford is kino; of cars. No matter where you n' you'll And the Ford th" ruling faro rite. It has a well earned, world wide reputation for dtpendiblc and aOOnomical service. It's the Univcr sal Car. Five hundred Hixty nine dull irs is the price of tin Ford runabout; the tOOIwll ar is xix nsMtSSW f. o. b. Ontario, cmipli-ie with i inipinciit. fj4 catalog and particulars from Ford Garage Ontario Empire Lumber Company, Limited WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Sash, Doors, Lumber, Lime, Cement, Plaster and Coal SOLE AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS Of Malthoid Roofings and all P & B Products Tbe Most Complete Line of Building Material. If you cannot tind it unywhoro else oome to us. We have it.