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The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, May 02, 1918, Image 5

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ONTARIO PHARMACY
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Nyal Remedies
"A (MMH MAN TO WORK FOR IH A (HHH MAN TO VOTK FOR"
A MIAKJAN rhosrsi li) the many
men who Imip norketl for
L. J. SIMPSON
'Your
Kind
of
a
Mom
or
tlavtrnr'
Primary
FRIDAY
MAY 171k
Th Highest possible endorsement. Trie moil rigid teat that
his policies, practiced over a period of twenty years.sre MOUND
JIHT and KHHIKM
THE HFHT POHHIIiLK lRMK that hi pledges to the cltttens
or Oregon are not mere "words," but "WORIIH BACKED RY
WORKS."
Those who know him believe IN him, believe IN his ARII.ITY,
believe IN his I'lll.KIHX Tlicy know he will (five Orogon a
CLKAN, IMPARTIAL, HUMINKMMI.IKK administration.
They know It to bo true. AHHOM TF.LV.
WHY?
Becaurs
In nineteen years he has employed 21,000 men.
He has always paid good weget
He nrvrr had a strike or a personal Injury suit.
He built many homes "on time," sever foreclosed a mortgage
or sued on a promissory note
He has helped many laboring men to acquire their homes, their
business and their livelihood.
These workers, who know him heat, have endorsed him to
man, have adopted the above slogan and that's "WHY" ho Is
"Your kind of a man for Oovernor."
L. J. SIMPSON
(ItKI'l H1JIAN)
P.i.l A4 liiurd br ' Hhapaon for Omnw Ururo.." 411 StHln BWa. PrrHland
PUBLIC SALE
3-STALLI0N5-3
I JOHNSON BRKNTM BARN ATS iHUHh I. M.
WEISER
Saturday, May 11
THAT AKE Ol'AHANTBKl) HltKEDEKS WITH COHKECT FEDI-
ORBES.
THIS 18 AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A UOOI) STALLION KEADV
FOB l 8K AT YOUK OWN PRICE
STALLIONS
ON SALE EVERY BAY AT I'd
ATE SALE AT JOHNSTON S AND
11 KENT'S HA UN IN WEI8KK
Percherons, Belgians, Shires and
Clydesdales
THEY AUK YOl'NU AND 0OOII
w I HI collHECT PEU1UREBA AND
ALA WILL HE FRIGID TO SKI. I.
ADDKKMM
J. R. JUSTICE
VVKIHI It IDAHO
Home AiMmu., tMrkwirurg, HI.
NOTICE.
Clean-Up Work In Ontario.
All cltitens and property owners
within the rlty of Ontario take notlre
that Clean-up week will be between
May Sth and May th of May, all In
destructible matter, such as tin cans.
etc., must be piled on alley line ho
that city wagon ran rart same away.
all refuse which can be burned must
be destroyed by fire, during the day
time. By order o fthe health com
mittee of the City Council.
(LAY M. 8TEAUN8.
City Recorder.
JACOB PR1KZINO. M. D.
Surgeoa aad Diseases of Women
W. i. WKHkMC M. I
Internal Medietas
EDGAR S. VORTNaUL M- D.
Bys, Bar Nose and Throat
OFFICE HOURS
f to It and 2 to i
Offtcs ovsr First National Bank.
Telephone No. 83 J. Ontario, Ors.
FOB SALE Hperlal Bargains in
Mew lag Machines (new and
4 band i or the nest St days
Phone M-W U W. ABEBNATHY
Res. opposite Library. IS -if
FOR SALE or TRADE for ysarl
lug heifer, good horse, work any
where. DILLAKD
4 Bliss west of Ontario. 17 If
Corn, early variety E B
Coakliu, Ontario. Oregon. It-It
A. F. Boyer returned last Friday
from an extended trip thru the South
east. o
C. B. Peterson left this week for
his ranch In Harney county.
Itf-mentlhltll
Salmon fishing In the Mslheur and
Snake rivers is now a popular psst
tlms with many Oatarlans.
Ths Spring Festival at the High
School campus, Friday, May 10. at 7
p. m
J. D. Blllingaley returned to his
ranch after spending a portion of
last week In Ontario at ths conven
tion Wesley tilcnn. who has been ill
for some time, base recovered suf
ficiently to attend the closing ses
sions of the high school
Mrs. Lucy Fox was one of the grip
victims of the week.
John Wood la down UU week
from his range near Hlverslde.
FOItMKB PltOORKHHIVKH
I MM ills WILLI A MH
(Contlnusd from pr go four i
toward Colonel Roosevelt la generally
known to Bspubllean leaders thru
out this country and stats. The
same spirit of unity which Mr Will
iams was so largely Instrumental in
affecting Oregon In 1116, hs also
atrovo successfully to bring about at
the recent meeting of the Kepubllcan
National Committee at St l-ouls
Ths nsw chslrman of ths Bepuh
lloan National Committee, Will H.
Hays, who was elected st the 81.
Louis meeting, has Joined with
Oeorge W. Perkins, chairman of the
executive committee of the former
progressive paxLy. in ooiuummiuMuw
Mr. Williams' efforts to achieve har
mony at St. l-ouls Mr. Hsys callel
attention to the splendid spirit of
harmony which now prevails among
all elements of the Kepuhllcan party
In Oregon and earnestly urged that
it lie maintained
Mr. William.-, record as an earnest
.,inri,irrr it rtit, ( '., i , i n nit'iit III the
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energetle conduct of the Wai
Ir known, owing to Mi M hs
han given all war aetlvltlss
l U'e believe III all fiiirn. - i hat-Mr.
W UaUSS' services gi mill I above,
entitle litm to re-el. cllon Ws also
believe that you are entitled to m
where e Klailil With renard to1 hi-.
Ildse and for that reason, we
huve addressed this statement i
Henry Waldo Cos, Progreasffi
tlonal t iiiiiinliteeiiiaii for Ortjxon
Thomas II Neuliauaeu, Kx-Chalrmon
of State Progressive l'urt
Ueorge Arthur Hrown, Kx ChaUiumi
of Executive Committee, PTOgres
alve I'srt)
Slanfinld MacDouald. I'rea, of Aasa.
of Father of Orsgon Soldier aad
D. I. I'ovey. A I Muulten. F II
I.ewl. Progressiva Members of
II u he. Campaign Committee
Charles W Ackerman Oliver M
Hlckey. I' Hodley I... n I Pa
ksr, Oso 11 Andrees. Miss Mary
Hill Mrs Maude M Foray. Ml
Anna V. Orevllli, Mrs Msujlc I.
Neuhauseu. Mm (leo I. Thump
son. C
Miss Marvel Cayou of Nampa til
a week end visitor with Mrs. il .McK.
Browne.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rollout of
Jordan Valley are In Ontario this
week, guests at the home of Miss La
vine Smith. Mr. Kohout, who was
one of the Liberty Loan workers in
Jordan Valley, which reached 2T0
per cent of Its quota, declares that
the Jordan Valley syatem of bond
selling demonstrated the patriotism
of the ranchers. It did.
Rl'V COAL NOW
The car shortage Is the worst it has
boon since the war started and with
average weather the coming winter
this means the worst coal shortage an)
have experienced for three years. The
mines are selling 46o per ton less
than the price allowed them by the
government and we urge that you
tore coal now while you can get It.
We can give you Spring Canyon,
King and Peacock llork Spring.i
Prices will advance before long
.. VAN PETTEN I.UMIIKIt CO
srmtl. VKNIRK CALLED
TO CONHIDKR MM KM' CAME
A especial venire was called for thn
petit Jury this week, the regular ven
ire having been exhausted In an ef
fort to get a trial for the Hown.
Wheat, Pratt and Cole case growing
ont of the theft of 1800 head of sheep
from the N Bar N outfit. The trial
started yesterday and progresa was
made toward completing the Jury.
CARD OK THAN KM.
Ths women of the W. C. T C. wish
to take .till- means of publicly ac
knowledging the hearty co-operation
given luetu by many of the women of
the city, not mem bars of the orgauUa
tton, In the preparation and serving of
the Stockmen's lismiuet. We realise
that the generous assistance material
ly aided In making the lismiuet a
success aad ws thank svery one for
ths assistance given.
W. C. T. V. '
Br Mrs. Claude Bingham, Prss.
CONORMUATIONAL I'HIIItH
Sunday school st 10 a. ni.
Morning church at 11 a. in.
Evening service at I p in
A cordial woloome to all.
HKHMKIt TL1VINOSTON, Minister
IIAPTIMT CHI 114 II MKHVK'KH.
Bible sohool 10:00 a. m.
Public worship 11:00 a m.
B. Y.'P. U. 7:15 p. m
tin-pel service h 00 p In
Prayer service Wednesday,
m
CM AS II lll.o.M Pa -tor
Ml IMIIDIMT CHI IK II
in no m Sunday School
4100 T.-H.tilnr Subject "Tim
Kingdom of Heaven In Its delation lo
tllS Prearnl
8:00 p in In .lung.
KAItl. I! .NA. Pi
ANMII I Ml M
Tn MM Itciilil i Voter
of Malheur Count):
I herein announce 1 1 1 If a can
didate (or iceloctlon as County Judge
Sui.j.-.t in our will at ths primary
.i..,t!ii on May "Hi 118.
The county debt lias been paid of
lta credit restored until Ha warrant
are worth their face All under my
mini uistralion
UEO. W. McK Mi; HI
ONTARHI LAI'NDKl
IMrvVVTOWN OFFICE
4 L1KHHM' UHl'O nTOKK
.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Modsl T Ons-Ton Truck Chassis, 1600
f. a. b. Detroit, haa bssn thoroughly ts-ted for mora
than two years. It Is sold you now In ths assured
conldaaoa that It will meet your rsqulremonts and
ixpsctsllons. Tha regula.- Ford frame, only larger
tnd heavier, tha regular Ford motor with direct
drlvsn worm gear; wheel base of 114 Inches and
will torn Inside a 46-foot circle. It haa all tha
Impllrity of ths Ford car, all ths economy in opsr
ation and maintenance. Obme In and we'll give you
further dotalla.
FORD GARAGE
KRRIK HAVKM. Manager.
ONTARIO, ORKOON.
Save!
Save!
Save!
We Can Help You!
IT'S UP TO YOU TO BAVB IN BVBKY WAY YOU CAN AND WB
rillNK WE CAN HELP YOC A THOUSAND USEFUL THINGS
TO CHOOSE FROM.
CHINA, i.l.f-s, ALUMINUM, TIN AND KNAMKLKH WAHKH,
AND HI NDRMKM F tlTHFR I HKH'I, ARTICLFJ4 ON AND
OP' OUR .V. Hh AMI IH DM NTKRM
"AN BE HAD AT THE VAHIKI V HTOHE AT THE M)WEHT PltB
VAILINO PKICES THY IH.
THE VARIETY STORE
i'N I Mini OHE4MIN
BUTTER FAT
IS NOW
40c
Bring us your Cream We pay you
cash on delivery. No waits for de
layed mails and checking some
where else.
Ban Is Off on Poultry
Bring ua your poultry. We pay the highest mar
ket price and can handle all you have. We buy
Eggs, too, all the time. Don't let food spoil for
lack of
IC5K
PHONE 157 J WE DELIVER
THE SPRING FESTIVAL-HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS
Friday, May 10, 7:00 P. fy
Ontario Ice & Colu Storage
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