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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
THE ONTARIO ABGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, A 1 IOTBT 30,
i!C0. 1 OF PAYEHE TO
SPECIAL OFFER BE CARNIVAL GUESTS
A Springer Ironing Board
A Springer Sleeve Board
A 6 Pound Iron
ALL THREE FOR $5.00
$2.00 Down, Balanse $1.00
Per Month, as Long as
They Last See About it.
IDAHO POWER CO.
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OREGON SHORT LINE
UNION PA 'I Kir SYSTEM
I'air rover nil expenses
for complete five days tour
with i li 'Mi- of I Intel or
eampiti sraj ,
Tiekets Si. Ill for " Yellowstone
Si. T.iiil" leaving Salt Lake
City evening of September 1st.
i tanning certain Idaho stations on
the 2nd.) end for connecting
See a Miii fordi tail.
( iniipnny I of Payatti iccomffMlM
bj fall rnKlmpntnl lntncl of 50 gagON
will In In Pnyelli' Saturday for Hip
I.Ik dosing day of tlir nrnlvl given
Ultra i hi week by the Bound Ara
Bl iii i nnipany which Is tcnlng to fur
nish Hip features for tli carnival
hara rir wk.
Tha bctld rompiiiy with the boys
will form the center of the program
which will Include dre.in pirada In
the afternoon and company drill and
pnmdn In th. even In It will be a
liiiiiii'innlng for the boys and a big
time for everyone. The movement to
bring the boys started with Mr. Bab
cock, one of the ownera of the Hound
Amusement company and In hla ef
forts he was seconded by the business
mow it ootunmi
HS OKFKVSK POI M II
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2
Witt Leave Ontario
6:30 a. m. Payette
7:00 a. m.
Round Trip $2.00
Last of the Season,
to Smith Ferry
Return Train Train Will
Leave Smith Ferry 6 p. m.
(Continued from First Tate.)
mi. I Kim k which have mil been provlcl
iMwHh fodder may he kept over and
mil he rompi'lli'd lo be sold on a mar
ket which Is flooded with slock not
ready for market The price of slock
:i (Mi- Iwik already gone down, owlnn
to the marked shortage of hay, ami
will go lower, and the slock men will
he . ntniielleii in sacrifice their grow
ing slock cuttle unless some means la
provelded to winter them
The matter of the conservation of
garden vegetables rlso was called to
the attention of the I miuiilttee. and
It was found that a great many "in
muni! lea had nrganlied the house
wives along this line, and that every
lioiiiid of Harden vegetable" possible
was being conserved, elilier by can
ning or drying, and In every com-
llillllll'. 'if Ihe nilllll till full. It Ik
safe to say that the people will hove
provided Tor their heme needs better
II ver liefore. tllll kei'pl'lg BWBy
from the necessity ' huvlng HIM I
w-gciublcii at the locil t.H Thla
will he a great salng to em h lioinr.
! In as much as cunned wgetahle h.ivi
doiihled in prh I It will leave those
nppIlM uvallahle for our allies and
for the army, and will suve the trail
port urn of those siipplle.i from oi.e
'.ic.il imiiiii In ani'ilier. Ilnls alnpllf
lug the IraiiHportlon problems It Is
rii lain extent
All of these thlnga have been urged
to the riimiiiill.'e, ami In turn. Ihe
cominliiee Is urging It upon the pgoaa' -
of Mullieur county as a war measure
of great neceaslty, and also aa an
Judge Th. prisoner claims that b.
tooted hla born before ba ran over you.
Complainant imueh damaged)-Maybe
ba did. your bouor. but what food la
that when a car la traveling feeter than
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ECONOMIC and MILITARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
In Addition In centplete cwo.i In gnnnrnl end
scientific 'ut.tl.n, altar. luM eeeertualtle in
MILITARY DRILL, DOMESTIC SCIENCE
ARTS AND COMMERCE
Pl.a Inr affective future service. Veur cnwntnr
n... it Ban tnr Iran Mknli.l.J eeehle O. "TiaM
in. grain tor Peece nr War" an. "Tha Weaean enel
tha Unlvar.lty." AeeJres RagUUar.
UJUVEHSITY OF OREGON. Eggg. Org-aa
An Invilutiun It A
the New lull Hats
Vim oiiiij nun mi Kill
id mud of SBy iiyc ami
ami make your cIcn ut hour
ntOOfl the MU.l1 i'f Stct
at our store.
I rt tines tha m Stctgona
trriveti, wi have been trviroj
them on, itud) ing thi etfc t-
on ilift'ctiiit lairs nt
modification nt crown, brim
and trimminyi. It you avian,
though they hud been dei
ed for urn personally.
Annruan Spirit through and
through tliat's i he St
ing toi 1-all.
.(M I I.OIHKS I OM Ml N
we can iiuuk,l show tu
several whuli will Innk
You are Invited to see the Handsome
New Fall Coats and Suits
We have placed ) displny tins week mir m-w fail line
of vrompn'n and Misses' rjoati and suits for K;ll and Win
ter. NVe have l"t ''ii1 ,',v',"' to ;,sli of' t,,(' w,,",, of the
valley a1 this time. is this: Won't you kindly call
(.nil sit our offertngtt
Style Surprises at Exceptional
Values, All in Great Variety
'PI ,,.,ts this year slmw the effect of the deaire foa
military appearancca, It isiistmiishingthatthe drHipins
l.uvc attained in this respect, adding comfort and elegant
to tin- lines. Among the popular servieable garments
is "The Trench Goat," an ideal one f the many offeringat
from Redfern and Printsess, the famous makers of wo
men's suits and eoats.
We have DO formal Opening! The goods are mi the
bangere now. more will oome later, of course, bu1 the wide
variety we show at this time will give you an Idea of the
dietates of fashion's decrees. You an dially invind t.,
look the garmepts over.
RADER BROS. CO.
"THE QUALITY STORE"
W aanaJnW -. '
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Ventilating Porch Shades
Keeps Your Porch 10 Degrees Cooler
THINK OF THIS! Any sun exposed porch made
delightfully cool, airy and enjeyable: Airolux
Ventilating Porch Shades keep the hot sun out,
but let the cool breeze in.
Add delightful outdoor rooms to your home
with the new ventilating shade.
SPECIAL PRICES TO j
CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
4 foot width $2.40 6 foot width $3.95 J
5 foot width 3.20 8 foot width 4.75 j
10 foot width $6.25
We have several pieces of porch furniture made
of slat Oak, with bolted construction; an arm
rocker for $2.95; Porch Swing, with Chair or Set
tee for $3.95. Summer is not nearly over. Take
advantage of these special prices.
Ontario Furniture Co.
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