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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1914)
Mr. anl Mrs. George Cbildl
are the pfdttd parents of nn
eight pound boy, horn Janu
The Movable School meetings
occupied the attention of the
people generally all last week.
ICach meeting was well attended
and full of interest and instruc
tion, several prizes were
awarded both in the men's de
partment and the domestic
Mr. and Mrs. .less Graham
left Friday for their home near
0. K. Huntington has returned
from his trip east.
Free Hranthoover came home
Monday from Corvnllis, Oregon,
where he has been attending the
) A. ('.
O. K. Wilcox has begun a
oommodiooi booM where the
Mink hotel burned.
The Method!! Christian Kn-
leuvor society are holding I t
i' li evening this wt ek.
A little daughter eame to
brighten the bouts of Mr. and
Mi . Qeoi i Bidredge Jen. 80.
There were 410 attended the
lecture given Wednesday night
at the Baptist church by Dr. E.
O. Sisson, state commissioner of
education and Miss Kelley, of
J. M. Coffman and family
moved to Payette last week.
Friends here received word
that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis,
of Lents, Oregon, are the parents
of a little daughter, born Janu
ary 'JO. Mrs. Lewis was formerly
M i Pitta Bladeri.
Charles Winter has rented
Clyde Harry's place and will
move into the house as soon as
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Scritch
field. of Payette, spent Friday
and Saturday at the home of J.
THE QUAKER GIRL" AT THE
WHEATON NEXT MONDAY
If, P. Sherman shipped ear
of dried raspberries to Chicago
and has goos t mai kel i hem
Ili-j wife and two little girls ae-
eompenied him. They will ll
several places before returning
TheChrietien Endeavor sooial
at the Kpworth liall Moudas
night was enjoyed Of a jolly
erowd of young people. Music
was furnished by the high
Heboid orchestra and refresh
incuts of ice cream and Oftks
"TIir 'Junker (Jirl," the fnmnuM
tnuMieiii hit of three eoetleaats, lev
mi! SDjoyed n hi'hsciii'm run li) Wn
Yi rk ('(iniCH tu th)' WliriitiiiiTheiitie ..I.
Welner OS Mmii.Imv. Ftlirnitrv !'th.
JehB I'. Sl lie win ir. mnulllitf the en
t t i r eiiiiiHliT lietc of over H5 tluri'H,
lnHleil hy Vielm- Murley. win) will
filav '1'onv Chute, the rule of the
T'lunu Anielieni) wliu Mini.'' anil dSBOM
hi-, wnv la0 the henrl nf the i.limker
Iiinm ilur mtl three hcIh of tuiielul mill
BSBOSlefl enlei titliiiiienl Nut inueh
neeil he snlit of the hlHtorr of thi
USlflSl hit of thr titiii.-iiti. mm
iii'iil i i : know thnl It urn two .seniM
in l.nuil'U) hiiiI ii y in r in 1'iirle tiefore
OomlnSl '" ASISfiOS -mil i now I' nn,'
elHVeil III AiinIihII.i iii I Smith inerl
It hi nil hIiiiiiI a ileaiilte ijuiikttreiM
who ehnfi'M iimli-r the uteni rektrietlmi
ol iiii rellctoaaadflaellyfofsekss her
lioine in hii KnuIInIi '.iiinker vIIIhu"
foff UHVeHt Paris. I lii-f -h.- I emiii'M .i
iikiiIkI in a f nil ihihM muilllte'l snluii
ad HtrniKht whv Is takes i iy soclsts
nut nnliilitv Mini her ili-niurc frunki
baeosss fasSiloa's ru Hhe it iu
Milv.il In mIhIi'm lutrtriue. MHVHH II
crime iii iii mtr fnun dtalVaOS Mini U
flnnlly wun by a gay young American
after he baa mad lore to bar
aidaooaly for three acta aod baa orer
oome tbe oaoal mutloal oomedy oh
atacle to the path of troe lore.
liimiel Monoktoo'i toore In world
turnout aod the "Come to tbe Ball"
whII exoelt that of tbe "Merry
Widow" In teductlve rythru. The
"Tooy" aooff aod daooe aolo baa be
come almoat equally popular and there
are dozeo othar long hlta.
Hale opeoa Friday, February 0tb
at 10 a. m. nt Cutting drug store Wel
ter. Write or phone your orders to
(Jut tin Drug oompaoy or manager
of Wbeatoo theatre, Welaer.
Hpeulal train from Ontario return
log after tbethow.
MANY HOMESTEAD APPLICA
TIONS FILED LAST WEEK
Tbe following pertotm Hied on
hnmeiteaila laat week, moat of the
land in'iiiK In the hill back of Dew I
Ox Flut : John Pare., J. J. Jotepb.
Jamea K. Hrown, Mell K. Carter, Kil
ward ':. Kigglo, Luther K. Browning,
i'..i-. K. Belter, Kloharu. Bull, Blaiue
M iv. O. A. Koihnlck, J. O. Bunyard.
O. C Oomptoo, K. '.uiinii. Lizzie
A. MIh, ii ffkee. J. Walker, .'uroet
M. May. .lohn W. Klllott. Frank N.
Durlt. Hoy Johntno, J. Benton,
Kverett Hunsnn, Walter N. Jonet,
Frank li. Weltli.
AND REAL ESTATE DEALS
.1. 0. J.ikins inoved here tin
week with his family from Sa
lem. He says he has had all
tl.e mm he will need for many
A. L. W'il' u is- building a
bnngtloff at I'niitland.
F. E. Hurler sold I li acre
tiart West of town this Week tO
John I tt mult for 860aMI acre.
The W'estfall brothers, who
moved here last fall from West
fall, are working on two houses
on lots they purchased in Riv
K. Durbin has about complet
ed an addition to his Kiversidi
Malheur Merc. Co.
vve are now mawing our con
tracts for 1914
Let us have your specifications
for what you may require.
Remember our goods are all
We stand behind everything we sell.
The New Tariff
Made By Rader's On
To fully revise our Grocery Department
we quote prices as follows with a guaran7
tee that every article will be strictly fresh,
pure and clean. We have just remodeled
our Store. It's clean, sanitary keeping
should appeal to the public. We are now
in shape to give you
Read These Prices:
Pioneer Tomatoes now 3 cans for
Imperial Corn now 3 cans for
Seven Devil and Ideal Peas now
3 cans for ...
Sego Evaporated Milk now 3
cans for -
California Pink Beans per lb.
California White Beans per lb.
Good Jap Rice 4 pounds
Any white Soaps 7 bars for
Pride of Valley Straight Patent
Best High Patent (good
as any) Flour
Coal Oil per gallon
Coal Oil, 5 gallons for
Many Other New Tarriff
A Ste e