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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1918)
OWTAJUO AROOI OKTAWK) MUWJON, THTTWDAY, VKm 18, ISIS
7ou)n Topics Tersely Told
Mm. Jolin CoM spent Sunday With
friends In Ik country.
Alhert RlMM OMM I" Irimi Ulvcr
A P. Ollmmi of Nyaan war nn
tarlo vlaltor Tuesday
T. T. Knlioul nf Jordan Valley M
In tli" city th- first of the week
M t'renm Procters Juat In. E. A.
Warren Culver of Caldwell vlalted
at Ilia C. E. MlnKliHtn home 1h :t
MM, Clarence, flmllh ami children
Inn Wednesday to vlalt with friends
at Council, Idaho.
Stephen CalklnH of Hntnedale came
In Momlat mill spent I In' day with hla
ilaiiKhti-i. Mm. C, I Ulnghani.
Mra. J W McCulloch and children
left Saturday night for Portland,
where they will epend the summer.
Wm retdler returned Sunday to
the upper Owyhee country, where he
will finish bla work some time thla
Minn Gladys Franklin left Sunday
for Alpha, Idaho, where ahe will
apend a part of her vacation vlaltlng.
Mlaa Klele Fltigcrald of Payette
has heen visiting the last few days
will, her friend. Mlaa Kthel McWII-llama.
Try a Premium Ham,
good - K A. Primer.
Q I'.f ill on la a business visitor
LaOriimle In Ontario thl- week
BeJ Itiiniho h down from tllver
alde thla week.
Claude Haines has received hi.
draft call rrom Twin Pair, hut will
enlist hefnre Ms lime to go
Ml" Wilmoth Cnrrev hi MnWtt I
home In a few dnya from mcIkmiI In
MIhh Marjorlc Turner relurneil
today from a week's ImIi i llolse ami
Mix Margaret liinb:r la in Port-
IiiikI thla week nt'endliiK the grand
linpter of the Kaa'ern Htnr
Mrs. John llervln
Aide apent Prlday at
Mr an. I Mn. Huffman
Mra. Dan Gallagher of Juntiira DU
been vlailing the pest week with her
HlHter, Mra I' J Gallagher
Arthur Coi krum has taken a poel-
t Inn III the Plrat National hank for
Mra. V E. Leea ami son Freddie
have gone to Portland, where they
will spend some time.
Mr 1 I Taylor, who has been rtl
Itlng with the Col. Taylor family, has
returneil to her home In llolse.
Mra. A W. (onover and little aou
Ml Tuesday night for a visit with
and daughter friends and relatives Ht haUruude
Melon and Marlon House returned
home laat week from a visit with
frlenda and relatives at Vnle.
Juat received, a
rresh shipment of
and llacon. E. A.
Mrs Morris l.amh was In fom Mal
let! Station Tuemliiy visiting an I C
W J. Plnney. J. V McCulloch. I.
Kelaey anil (1. K. Aiken were In
Mr. and Mrs
Nampii wore vl
l II lllllller 'if
ling liere Tut
II I. Hull returneil Sa
North Yakima. Wn . wltere lie l.ol
lieen for Memorial Day.
Mra Sidney Crisp
for Cascade I, lain
with Mr and
Mr. and Mra A 8 llrown leave tl
evening for llolse to spend the we-k
I I ii -. who is relli-f muil
clerk on Hie Crane run. and his fain
lly inn v., I In Tiieadcy Into Hie S I'
llellder i, illse
.ill on Tuesday.
T (! HoHser left for ('nine Weil
uesilay where lie will look after some
Mr and Mrs SnJ Wilson and Jo,'
are leaving soon to vlait with
irlctMl- In the Hast
Mr. and Mrs J. II Kcnney nf
Maker were vlailing friends In I a
Little Miss Kleanor W I, who
wlio has hern III for some lime. g
,a Mr to he up and alioiit again
Tuesday Mr. and Mra. Coals.
Mi Mvrl liingham and her gran 1
fatlier. Mr Stephen I'alklns. went to
liclti where thev attended Ilia
slate ncMmpillent ill llie II A Ii
lirooma are high, hut we have
some extra good ones at prices thut
are right. E A. Fraaer.
Ilrooke and Gallagher have heen In
Vale thla week attending to miiiic
legal ma Iters
Mrs. Plt.gerald of Payette wua a
i Mim In Ontario a couple of daya
Mr and Mrs S. I). Dortnan will
have as their guests on a motor trip I
to llolse tomorrow. Dr and Mra. I'. I
Mr. Klliabeth Yantla of Mallett wli
visiting the laat of the week with Dr. I
and Mra II. ll Whitney and Col. and I
Mi S P Taylor.
Mra. Francca Huston of Burna, for
nicriy Mil's PratKis llrown of the On
tario public school clopped over for
a short visit witn tier menu. mth.
Hetta Pivue. while oil her way home
'mm II ii
. i. , .iiiijii ii-ii-H-i- ' P- -' '""
Detroit Vapor Stoves
"Work Like Gas"
Thrift housewives tin- country over like the DETROIT VAPOB OIL
STOVKS In i-.iiisi- tli s;ive both money ami work. Their stiinlv. snh
stjintinl jjns stove eonstriirtiuii im-aiis lifetime durability. Ami III
theae daya more than ever, patriotic folki realise that it pays to hnv
fur iriinamncc as well as ircstiit iiscfnlmss. With i Detroit Vapor
Oil Stnvc you can cook ami bake M last as ejus t less ooai than frith
either gas, coal or wood. Yon back up the boys in khaki too, hv saving
i "ai and monev in jrour kitehen.
Many Are Lending
What Are You Lending
THOUSANDS OF OUR BOYS ARE GOING DOWN
INTO THE TRENCHES TODAY CLEAN FACED,
DETERMINED. SPLENDID YOUNG MEN. MANY
ARE SOON TO JOIN THE ARMY OF THE LAME,
THE BLIND OR THE DEAD.
YOU CAN AT LEAST GO DOWN IN YOUR POCKETS
THINK IT OVER BE READY ON
NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY
THERE'S AN ARMY. YES, A DOZEN ARMIES OF
STALWART, WIND BRONZED YOUNG MEN
STANDING BETWEEN YOU AND THE GRIZZLY
HUN. THESE YOUNG FELLOWS ARE GIVING
THEIR EASE, THEIR COMFORT, THEIR FRIENDS
AND POMES THEIR BODIES, THE HOPE OF LIFE
GIVING FOR YOU FOR YOU.
YOU CAN AT LEAST LOAN YOUR DOLLARS FOR
National War Savings Committee.
This space contributed for
the Winning of the War by
E. A. FRASER
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES
Detroit Vapor Oil Stores give 11
boon ot' hot baking and king
heat to tin gallon f fuel. Yo'i
tan cook a meal for a hi"; t'amilv
with -iiiii(irt ami satisfailimi ;i
smallest poeaible cost.
In Detroit Vapor Stoves there
are no wicks or arksk substltutt
tn burn out or replace. Durable
si j pound burners raporiae all
the il SO that they really burn 0
mis instead of a liquid. Tin
name is Intenaelj boi right under
the eooking utensils and it can be
regulated to any requirement.
The kettle goes Oil as stmii as tin
match is stniek. Double walled
rivens distrihnte the heat and USV
it twiee. making linking quick
ami eaay. Bach stove is oomplet
Hi itself, fuel BUppljl anil nil. It
tali he placed to sai ' steps ami
give tin- must couvenieuce.
No pipes or pressure tanks are
Let ns demonstrate what the I ktn it can do. You can see for yourself
arhat worda and pietures cannot tell about this guaranteed-high qual
ity atove. We have all styles to inec! the requirements for large or
small households, in the city or ou 'anehi
Taggart Hardware Co
B. I. Bull went to Welaer Tueaday
moriilnK on hualness matters and re-
i turned In the afternoon to Payette to
I the Q A It encampment
1awrenee and Kenneth House
from Vale have been vlsltlnic with
their coualn, Joe crummett. for iiev
eral daya this week
lira IIukIi Allen, who underwent a
slight operation short time ajro, left
M, ,ii, lay for a brief vacation on th,
IilCga ranch above Vnle
Mra. Robert odell and
nephew, Claude Perguson, left laat
week to vUlt with Mrs Udell - ,1hukIi
ter. Mm. Ouy Stlngle. nt Weatt.ill
Mlaa Edlili Keefe spent Sundi-y
night with her brother and slater. M -
and Mra. (' A. Keefe. Monday morn
Ing ahe left for Hot Sprlnga. Oregon
Spneinl prlcea on photoa for men
entering the military or naval aer
vice. The Burrell Studio. Ontario,
W W Minion, who lias been up In
Juntura for aeveral days at lending to
some liuslueiM matters. return,', I
Mtaa Dollie Kollius baa returned to
tiitiarlo after spending the wiuter in
iown aud is vhritlug with her uncle
and aunt. Mr and Mr 0. P tux.
Mr and Mm. Hill, formerly of
Nyaan. have moved Into the lrvln
Mlnater house. Mra Hill la the
daughter of Mr. and Mr I.. Wee.se
Mr. nnd Mm M B. SajUon and
children, formerly of Hie Boulevard,
have mowil imrk to the Newman
Miaa Kuili l.uike who is teaililiiK !
s imat lanoM op
III SINKS KK-klVKD
Having lived eight
turlo. ami duriug all
years In On
that lime en-
Miaa Irvine Smith nnnal last ff(
day In Boise vlaltlng with her
frlenda. Mr .ui.l Mra Cliaa. Snhl
Mm. Wahl was formerly Mlaa Kiuma
Clark of Ontario
at Ironalde through the nunimcr JorM lo I m. wlilch ppricUt
mouth, cm-tii Sunday with her par. ... v.
'the buaineM patronage of its people.
nt, Mr ami Mrs .udy lackey. " '
we leei mat we rannot leave the ,ltv
without expr-ssiiiK our tlianks to our
customers and frleuda Wn leav.i
now not becnuae we am Marching for
I a better place in which to live, for
Is none such We nre leavi.iK
because the war conditions makea it
Mra. Alec 1.01-head left n,..iv fr ,ayw,,,le lo ao MO- wl'n '" " '"
Portland, where he Hill vjt, fo, ov-r' ""' Knlaer has been to,
awhile. She is t 1 going to Was!.-," mrm "" "' wl" " "rK
inatou aud soend n,e re-i f .i.i '" ",e " we are goiug flab-
Mr.- and children are
leaving this week for their ho
Hrewaey. Mra Moaa had been ItlnH
care of her mother. Mrs Loiheu.l,
during the latter illue.
Judge Dalton Bigga returned laat
Krldny evening from t'anyon ttty.
where he held an extended term of
court He left immediately for his
ranch above Vale.
KIMi Milt 1 HIM -
It 1 reported tnat fully 200, Ou
I'hlueae laborers are in Prance, build
Ing railroada and working behind the
SMM The Y M C. A. ha establish
ed huts for them
After June 16 the library a ill u-
open only -.Vmiueeday afternoons
and evening, from 2 to 6 ud from
7 to 9:30.
MIm Kaleile Curi.
lug We uill real for a time before
taking up work taut will relieve an
other man for aervlce with the flug
There are a number of account atill
due an. We will leave a Hat of these
at the Pint National Bank, not for
collection in the uaual manner but
merely for the convenience of thoae
who owe ua If you are one of thane
you can leave payment there nnd the
officials of the bank will laaue a re
ceipt With maiiy thank for the consid
eration shown ua here In Ontario
and sincerely hoping that the time
will tie short before we return, we are
WILSON BKOS .
ti Kay Wilson
mi ItKU Will
Por the arreat aud conviction of
the parting or party who cut and kill
ed two growing cork bark elm treea
standing In parking ou east side
block 117, tity of Ontario. Oregon.
U. I. KING.