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Come in and see the Home Comfort, the only Rread BOX that actually keeps your food sweet and fresh; the only one that opens from the front and has shelves. It is ventilated and absolutely WILL NOT rust. It costs nothing to look on or to ask questions. We will place bread and cake in it Friday and leave them until Monday. Come in and see for yourself. L. C. MURDOCK, Agent At Wilson Hros. & Co., The Corner Grocery Summer Excursions via Union Pacific System To Points Kast 3 Including Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Iiouis, Chicajfo, M i r i r i ; 1 1 1 1 . St I'.'iul, MemphiH and many other points. May 13,18, 28 30; June 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 27. July 1. .1, 10. 11, 12, 1H, 2.1, 21. August S. 12, 19, 26; Hrpt. 2, 16. Limit Ortnhei 31, I'M i To Points West To San Francisco, Losantfek'.s and other points via Portland, Oden or Salt Lake City. Daily. June 1st to Sept. 30, 1914 Limited October 31, 1914 See Any OREGON SHORT LINE Agent For Hates and Further Particulars We Have In Stock thejMost Com plete Line of Gasoline and Oil Stoves we have ever shown New Perfection Oil Cook Stove (lark Jewel Oil Cook Stove ('lark Jewel Self Generating Gasoline Stoves Detroit Self Generating gasoline stoves Self Generating stoves with oven and oven burner built in the'stove OntanoHardwareGompany The Clothes Cleaning Question We are better equipped than ever before for handling your work, having installed gome now Tanks, Dressing Tables and other cleaning devices. The best of light in our spotting room, allowing no spots to escape us after your clothes are pressed (which has been greatly unproved on). I hey are inclosed from the dust until called for or delivered. We handle Fancy Wash, Dyeing, Cleaning and Blacking Hats and do all kinds of repairing and busheling. Give us a call. Promptness is our motto. Opposite Dreamland Theater. Our Thone, 84 J. ONTARIO PRESSARY ART DUNNOCK, Proprietor NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences 01 The Past Week From Cities In Our State Pythian Sessions End. Welser. Selecting Ijwlston as the next meeting place and lnntaillnr of ficer for the year, the annual conven tions of the Knights of Pythias and 1'ythlan Slaters adjourned here. The officers cboaen by the Pythian Sisters are: Put grand chief, Laura Edlln, Welser; grand chief, Sarah Tanner, Mountain Home; grand sen ior, Kannle Harris, Grangevllle; grand Junior, Hazel Barnhart, Kellogg; grand manager. Hattle Thatcher, Mos cow; grand M. of It. and C. M.. Eva Halm, C'oeur d'Alene; grand mistress of finance, Belle Jackson, Oenesee; grand proctor, Ivy Hatfield, Ilo; grand guard, Ieona Orete, Sliver City. Idaho Swine Men Meet. Nampn. A conference of the exec utive commit toe of the Idaho Swine Growers' association was hold in this city, with all members of the com mittee present. 'Ilic principal problem discussed at the conference pertained to better market facilities and railroad ratca for Idaho pork producers. It appears that Portland, which up to about seven or eight weeks ago. was the chief mar ket for southern Idnho hogs, has been Hwatuped. and Idaho shippers have been forced to divert their shipments to !." Angeles and San Francisco un der far from favorable freight rates This condition the association bopes to remedy. Pot Mountain Survey On. I.ewUton A crew of government contract suneyorn passed throtiKli this city en route to the Pot Mountain section, where they will survey town ship lines on land Included In the Northern Pacific railroad grant. Hev era) crows have already gone Into that district this season for preliminary work, and It Is expected more than lttn men will be employed In survey ing the upper Clearwater country dur ing the coming summer. Surveyor Roua City. Ooeur d'Alene. Surveyors headed by Division Engineer Knren of the Northern Pacific railroad are In the city and aperulatlon la life as to their object. P. V. Welsenbeurger, general purchasing ngent of the coroajaty, Is also here. It la thought that their visit la i mine, ted with considerable extension work aside from the new depot plans the company Is now considering. Three High Class Papers Free All subscribers who are in arrears can by paying up back account and one year in advance to The Argus secure the fol lowing publications Absolutely Free: EX LEGISLATOR IS SHOT Negro Fires at Man Who Tries to Assist In Arrest. Boise. Shot through the lower part of his lung, K V. Mower, former mem ber of the legislature from Lincoln county. Ilea In a critical condition at HhoHhoiia, while James May, town marshal, was also badly Injured by .l.ii k Kdwards, a negro dope fiend, he in i lie marshal attempted to ar rest. Marshal Ma) attempted to place the unruly negro under arrest, when the poucriul fellow turned on him. and, snatching bis gun, beat him severely over die head with It and shot at him twice Neither of the bullets took effect Edwards then climbed on top of a westbound passenger train which was about read) to pull out At this point, Itower seized a gnu and at tempted to arrest the negro, who shot (n. in tils point nl advantage, the bul let l .i K 11114. itleit iu the lower portion hi ihi- lung. Edward then Jumped from the in." h mi which he took refuge to train No ti. easttiound, and made his 'i.' .is l.iii r arrested at nni.aii Pails ami returned In Sim slume. where lie is bolng held i, udlUrf the outcome of Bower's wound Fruit Grower and Farmer, (ST) $1.00 The Vegetable Grower (monthly) .50 Woman's World ( monthly ) .50 This is an exceptional opportunity to square up old accounts and prepare for the Future Uljj? tttartfl Argun Phone 47 J. P. 0. Box 128 Jewelry Should be purchased from your home jew eler who stands ready at all times to make it good. We have the late pat terns and standard makes to select from. Official watch man for the railroads of this section. W. W. LETSON, ONTARIO, OREGON. 200 Acres for Sale OR TRADE Fifty acres has been seeded to alfalfa. Some buildings. All under fence. Railroad line through tract. On Snake river. Well drained bench land. Elec tric pumping plant can be installed for 12 per acre. Will cut up to suit buyer. Address Box 12 , Ontario, Oregon Saw Boy's Body in River. Idaho i.iiis Kmployea oi the rt.ih Ltghl - Tower i'o!iipaii plant one mile BOUth 'I hero saw the lo.i of A bo. apparently eight years old. swept Over the spillway and launched a boat in an endcawir to reach the body. The rixir is high uiul the water i mining rapidly In a gorge below the plant, making It Impossible for the rescuers to get close to the body. Ore Sent by Parcel Post. l.ewiston Sixty-five hundred pounds of ore were shipped recently by parcel post from the Klk mines, and four more six horse loads are pil ed In the postoffice at stites awaiting shipment, although the stage is haul ing to Us full capacity every day. Police Probe is Asked, llolse Charges of wilful and con tinned neglect upon the part of Chief of Pottos WoM N He w s ti n Ham b) and Leonard K Koutsou, de e mes in handling Ice in the cli were laid before the city council by the Law Kuforceuient league. Notice to Creditors. Notice ia hereby gien that the uinlei-ig i I has been iluh appointed ailmini.tratiii with the will annex.. I ot the estate of '1 human 1 lamed, de ceased, by the County C'ouit of the State ot t iiei.-..ii for the County of Malheur. Any and all per.oiis hav ing claims against the said estate are hereby untitled o present the same to the tiuilersigned adtii in IstfOtOC at Westfall, tlregou, or to his attor neys, M.Culloeh A Wood, at On tar in, Oregon, within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Pone aud dated and tlrtt pub lished this 11 day of May, A. D. llU. UKN'KY A HYDE. Ailminiatrntor with the will an nexi.l ot the estate of Thomas Har iird, deceased. Always on the Job If you hare a job of hauling yoa want done, large or small, you oan always depend ou John Landiugbam belug ready for you. Call him at the Moore Hotal. THE ONTARIO MARKET has (he Exclusive Agency oftheWei ser Creamery Butter selling now at oi cents per pound - - - Dissolution Notice. The firm of Cope & Dunnuck has been mutually dissolved this 11th day of June, 1KH. K. Cope will remain in the same location. See locals. K. Cope Aut Dunnuck III fS- sTTI 111 "l ONTARIO LIVERY Best Equipped Livery in the city. Headquarters for Stockmen. Horses Bought and Sold. A. McWILLIAMS Proprietor.