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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1915)
TBI ONTARIO AROU8, THtfftSDDAYJUNR, 24. 1911
Kodaks and Supplies
Rexall and Nyal Goods
You can Rave money on shoes and
Hlippcrs ut Lumpkin's.
ent, .Mr. and Mrs. Kutch.
Thursday evening of last week the
young people of the Christian Kn
deavor Society of the Methodist Con
gregation enjoyed a picnic supper and
weenie roast on P. A. Cieger's home
stend south of town. A jolly good
time is reported by those present.
Miss I' ilnr Russel is working in
the Fruitland State Bank while Ray
Russell is taking his vacation.
J. W. Berry, one of the Payette
poultry buyers, has purchased an au
tomobile and will make trips out on
the bench to get pou'try, making a
convenient way for the poultry rais
ers to market their surplus.
Rev. C. E. Deal returned Wednes
day from his trip to Salem, Oregon.
I Ifl III M NEWS.
Ilv. C K. Dtnl ni.i.b- n trip to Km
tti'ii the bittci pun of In i week.
Word bus bi'cii received here that
I). 0. McDonald the (. S. I,, agent
here who a short time ago oblnlned
n lenve of absence for a time this sum
mer to improve his place neur Home-
dale, was stricken with paralysis
while out ut work. His friends here
hope he will mom recover.
Mr. and Mr. Howxc left last week
for Iowa. They will spend a -lunt
time in Payette visiting friends. They
lived several yearn in Payette before
moving t liiiilliind nearly three
years ago. They have made many
friends here who regret to lose them
from our church and community. Last
Thursday evening ubout one hundred
of their friends and acquaintance, met
ut the home of Prof, and Mrs. (J. W.
Cotton mill others gave them a sur
prise farewell party. Mrs. Cotton and
others arrunged and prepared u ile
lightful program also refreshments of
ice cream, cake and) coffee. Mr. and
Mrs. Rowse were presented with a
leather traveling bag as a token of
good will and esteepi. The primary
department of th Methodist S. S.
gave Mrs. Rowse a j-ose shower.
Misa i. .il. In- MrCae and Richard E.
Hall were married n Wi net Satur
day, June If, at .'I ft. m. in the Con
gregational church by the Pastor, Rev.
Ashley. They will im.k.- their home
at Mount Vernon Oregon. Mrs. Hall
has many friends here who wi-h Ihem
a long and haptyy lift-. I ' '
Mrs. ('has. Palheal and fwo child
ren and Herbert Kutfh wdl leave next
week for Priest River, Mrs. Pascal's
home. She has bepn here several
weeks visiting at the home of hn mi
Kemembcr the special i boo pikes on
all slippers and shops at LihnpklnV
Mrs. Kostenvader, of Payette, spent
the week end at the home of Floyd
Richardson. Mrs. Richardson accom
panied her home Monday and remain
ed for a visit until Thursday.
Mrs. K. J. Johnson and Miss Pow
ers visited Friday at W. D. Stewart's.
Mrs. C. U. Stover left. Saturday for
a visit with her sister, Mrs. L. II.
Pultun of Payette, and to attend the
Ceorge Ixcs went to Dead Ox Flat
Thursday for a visit before return
ing to his home at BoniU.
Mrs. W. W. Minion and daughter,
Miss Annie, spent the week end with
Mrs. Andy MsCregor near Maliett.
Mrs. I). E. Baker, Miss Ayers. Mrs.
C. Wheeler and son were Friday
guests of O. F. Neele.
I Charles Brown and family, of Jor
dan Valley, visited Wednesday at the
home of his brother, Harry Brown
near Maliett, and went on to Vale for
a longer visit with his sister, Mrs.
Miss Maud Walters returned Mon
day from near 'Riverside where she
has been the past eight weeks.
Harvey Bender returned to Pendle
ton last week after a pleasant ten
days' visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. H. Bender, on the Boulevard.
A. E. Eldredge, of Fruitland was
visiting Sunday at the home of his
duughter. Mrs. Olivet Bingaman.
Miss Helen Wells, of Dead Ox Flat,
visited the first of the week - with
Misses Myrtle and Mamie Stewart,
and spent the remainder of the week
with friends along the Boulevard.
Miss Rose Bender spent -Saturday
visiting her friend. Vivian Crauel In
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walker and Mr.
Our New Ice Cream Parlor
the Coolest Place
Claim the crowds, because
of the comfortable cool sur
roundings and the quality
and character of the eats
and drinks served. Just the
place for personal pleasure
where you can meet and
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ii Standard ef Value
JULY FOURTH RATES
OREGON SHORT LINE
Tickets on sol July 3, 4 and f: limit
July 6th. See agents for further particulars.
LOST--One bay horse, weight about
I. KM), age 12 yoors, about 16 hands 3
inches tall. Koretop clipped, shows
collar mark, brand unknown. Notify
A. MrWilliams ami receive rewind.
Misses' white canvas slippers at on
ly $1.29, all sites, at Lampkin'a.
and Mrs. B. Wood spent Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Walker's brother on
Little Willow in Idaho.
There was open Uranu-e Saturday
evening and was very well attended.
Mr. Griffin gave an illustrated lecture
on the Industrial work carried on ov
er the state by the various Industrial
(luls. Mr. Mowanl also lectured on
High Art and Fashion
Suits for Men and
$20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 Suits are all
included. Every suit of these famous
makes and new in style and fabric.
Your friends have bought at this sav
ing event, why not you?
Eclipse Shirts just now when you
need to replenish your supply at
prices that are a substantial saving.
$1.50 to $2.00 $1.25
Soft and Stiff Cuffs Soft and Stiff Cuffs
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER ONTARIO. ORE.
We have a big line of
Dresses that are just the
thing for this warm sum
mer weather. All the
new fabrics and styles
are in this lot.
98c. to $1.98
Things You Will Need For a Pleasant Holiday
We are featuring this week our display of dainty
Summer furnishings that every woman will need to complete
her Fourth-Of-July Attire. Here are girdles, - white waists,
ribbons, hosiery, neckwear and simiiar articles in the newest
and rvrpfripsr nr.vlps.
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Them are just the things you will want for the Fourth and future Summer wear.
The prices as you can see by the following items, are pleasingly attractive.
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M'n i-lfiir nut tli line uiir make room
for full goods, we tire milking prices thill
mill sell the goods. All Ladies Uxlonlv,
Pumps mid Slippers are included. '. 60,
:i.Oi, AJfl and 1-l.lK) grade all ,... in
thi mile ut
Misses and Childrens Ox
fords, sizes 8 1-2 to 12
Misses and Childrens Ox
fords, sizes 12 1-2 to 2
J ' Mm
DA Uu lu
New Styles of
There is u wide choice of
style offered, an no woman
iu id ii hi having to select
mi unbecoming skirt or
waist. You will -In' pleased
with the' splendid values.
Our entire line of white
wash goods, waists, l.in--eiee,
$'4fy.iid 43.00 at
In this we have some rare
Silk stripe and white and
all tub silk waist, a nice
up-to-datf line. Any waist
in this line for -Is
We have a factory pur
chase that we are going
to sell at a price that will
clean them up quick. 9c.
Of Course You
Will Want a
We have the best of the
new models and ciin fit you
perfectly with a serviceable
i omfoi tul'li corset.
This line of cornets has
proven such a good line
that we can hardly keep
from bragging on them.
I'opular priced and up-to-date
styles. Our popu
lar Oollar Corset comes in
Batiste or ('untitle.
Our Summer Corset i Ven
tilator) is u cool one and
only 11.00. Our No. til
is a hummer at 50c.
Mauy charming and effective
styles are included in the recent
Our Puritan line of collars are a
very stylish and pretty line 2fc.
The Phoebe, a line exclusive,
here you get style, individual
and high grade goods only Me.
Women's Summer Gloves
Plenty of cool, sheer fabric gloves as well as the
lightweight kid gloves for summer vuear.
Our line of Summer Gloves is Cor xplete in Style,
Color and Fabric.
Our 16-button Silk Glove, in colors, only 79c.
Our Short Gloves, to close out, at one price 39c.
Doette, in elbow length, going at .. ( $1.39
Doette, in short lengths, going at 83c.
These are Wash Gloves and Strictly up-to-date.
U Don't Forget the Auto
Veils Just Received
A Nice, New Line at
Jfi.iVn k .VbbAs. 'tstfaBk
Women 's Summer Under
wear and Hosiery
We sell only the good aud better qualities f under
wear and hosiery, and we make it a point to koep our
stocks complet so that our customers are sura of always
getting exactly the style and size desired.
Our entire liue of Musliu Underwear will be on sale at
Reduced Prices during this sale for -1th ot July bargains.
Come and look at (he line.
20 Percent Off on The line
50c. RADER BROTHERS
All Ribbons No.
200 at 35c. to
65c. a yard will
go here at
23c. a yard.
This is a big snap
Don' t miss it
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