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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1918)
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We Are Still Continuing Our Semi -Annual
500-And We Still Have Bargains-500
During the first four days of this, our first Semi
Annual Clearance Sale we accomplished one-half
of our object, namely the sale of 1000 pairs of
Shoes, to make room for the complete fall and
winter stocks which already have begun to arrive.
500 Patrons of this store have received Bargains such as are not now
offered in these days of war time prices and scarcity of merchandise.
DO NOT HESITATE Come now. Get the One Bargain in the 500
that is waiting for you. The lines are not as complete as they were last
week, but there are still many offerings and no doubt there is one for you
1 50 Pairs Women'sHigh Topped Shoes
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In this section we offer the greatest opportunities of this
Clearance Sale Every shoe is a bargain full style Many varieties;
all shades of color. You will find just what you want.
Priced From $1.95 to $5.43
100 Bargains in Women's Pumps
This is the opportunity of a life time to get a bargain in
pumps, white canvass slippers, in many styles included in this sec
tion, and pumps and slippers of all shades, too.
Priced From $1.45 to $3.75
100 Bargains in School Shoes
School begins in just a few weeks now the time passes quick
ly. Come now and get a pair of shoes to start the boy or girl this
fall. It will pay you to select one of this list of 100 bargains.
Priced From 95c to $2.75
50 Pairs of Men's High Tops
We still have 50 bargains for men in good serviceable and
stylish high topped shoes. Just the thing for dress and business
wear. Thtse bargains at
$3.75 to $6.35
25 Pairs of Men's Oxforos
(Jet one of these bargains while you have a chance. You'll
realize what these prices mean next spring They art going at,
From $1.25 to $4.35
25 Bargains in Men's Shoes.
Men, don't over look the opportunity to save real money on
your work shoes. These are the kind of bargains that you seldom
get, Come now.
Priced From $1.75 to $3.75
76 Money Savers In Kiddies Shoes
For the little tots we have a big list of cool comfortable slip
pers, in all the usual shades. They are bargains too.
Going From 55c to $1.35
Allen Shoe Co
Emory Hill wan business visitor
in town Tueaday from Burnt.
R. C. Irving was a Crana visitor in
Mr. and Mra. J. B. Burrell loft Sat
urday evening for Portland.
Frank Lawrence nan been vlsltlnp
with friends here this week.
Mr. and Mm McDonald Park were
Boise vlaltora here last Thuraday.
MIhh Georgia Hull liaa been ailing
the laat week hut la better now.
Father John Morlarlty wna ovr
from Vale for a abort visit here Fri
day. Mlaa Kettle Peteraon return".!
few ilaya ago from the Interior where.
aha haa been apending the wmmr
Frank Lawrence of Ironalde ar
Hired In town Saturday. Hp will
vlalt with lila many boy friend.
Mr. and Mra. K. C. Penny left Sat
urday for Shoshone where he ac
cepted a new run of the railroad.
Pete lluFord left Friday for Holae
where hi- wna called on hualneaa. II"
returned Saturday morning
Frank Zellar left Thuraday for the
Payette lake dlatrlct on a flailing
Mlsae Onna and Ina Wakerllg
ware down from Weatfall vlaltng laat
Harry Knowlea and L. I
were In Ontario Thuraday from Salt
P. K. Joyce of Juntura waa Ngta
terad at the Moore' Hotel froiu Jim
Biggest Stock Ranch
Bargain in Idaho. g
510 ACRE STOCK RANCH
Composed of the finest soil in Idaho with a
free water right of 600 inches opens directly onto
free range. Located on the state Highway, one
mile from Salmon City, the County seat of Lemhi
county; where there has never been a water or crop
failure. About half the ranch is fenced with wire,
balance with rail fence.
About 50 arre in one fleid of the beat i.tniimer i.ud wlnt'-r
paaturp, ,ili open prlng water .'or tock the yar round the oal
nnce o' tne ranch almoat all In 0K . Thin ranch Ml be mad kg
ralae 1 20n to in no lona of hay. We ahall aell thla ranrli for 1100.00
per ncre after the crop I harvested, a we are golnr to dissolve
partnership. Tlila la the beat buy In Idaho. For further particular
write or wire.
Fred L. Viel
Care of Sims & Viel
Salmon Citv, Idaho X
Charter V Itescrve Dint ri. t No
ltf-Hiii II Condition of Hie
KIIWT NATIONAL HANK
!1 Ontario. In the State of Oregon, at the close of bulnea on June 20.1 9 1 f
a Loan and dlRcount (except thoee
ahown In b and c) fSI7.44S.g4
Overdrafts, unsecured, $38.41
I . M. Ilnmla (mher than Liberty Honda,
8 cetlfrlcale of
r. L Wendt waa
business man In the
Mr. and Mra. Chaa. R.
here laat weak.
I', .well of
Mr. and Mra. (laorga H. Cnrr.
ware In Ontario Wedneaday and
Thursday of li.xi week froiu Vale
Mr anil Mra J. p. Joyce of Juu
tura n Ontario part of lat week
visiting with friends
lan tlallagher rsnie down from
.liitiluiit MMl4a) ami il-lli'l r liiv
dsy lb In week with relative here.
Mlaa Hern I.. Hope reluruvil to lirr
Lome in Vale after , week' lalt
with bar friend Mlaa Helen Dunhur
Mr. and Mra. A I. Arnold are tlie
proud parent of in eight pouad
boy, born Wedned. July the Hat.
The mother and baby are doing wall.
Mr. and Mr. K A. Wisdom and
children left the latter part of the
week for the mountain where lhy
will apend their vacation.
Dr. K. O. Payne and family lap
Thuxadiiy tor the Coeurd'Alene
Lake and will return by the way of
Arthur It Allen, circulation sudit
or of the Oragonlan. waa a bulne
vlaltor lu Ontario the flrat of the
Mr. and Mra A 8. ttrown hae re
turned from their vacation at Uu
Kalph Karat lot- uf lag Flrl Na
tional Uauk of Peuileioti waa in ili.
city for a abort Mail with frlned
Mra. M. K Hull returned the laat
of Hit' week Iroui a two uiomlia vl-it
with frlaud anil relative in i'o!..
lint Inrluillng IT
ii V. 8. Honda depoalted to secure rlrcu-
latlon (par value) 22. SO. 00
ft' 8 Honda and certificates owned
and unpledged . . 20,000 00
Pii iniiini on 17. 8. Honda
II. I.llwil, lavaii Heii.l-
iiieitv Lang Honda, 34 parrent,
lllipli-dged 8,660 00
' Payments artually madr on Liberty
4 ', per nnt lloinl t Third Liberty
7. li.oi.l-. eturitii v. , i, . other than U. S '
b Honil other iliun C. 8. bond pledged
to secure poatul livings depoalts .... 1,600.00
Honda and ..urlt '. pledged aa col
lateral for SJtatO, or other deposita
Pnalal excluded) or bill payable , 600.00
e Securities other thai I' 8 bond) . . . 1,788.01
Total bond, securities, etc., other
than U. s
tHtock of Federal Rfaarri liiml. t.'iO par
rent of aubarrlpllon )
10. a Value of banking limiae 33.860.20
II Furniture and fixture
13. I .awful reserve with Fadaral lieaarva
II CikIi iii vault aud ml amount, due trow
17. Kxchanga for rlearlng hovse
Total of llama 14. IS 18. 17. and
l 178,313. 80
l Checks im hanka loniieil outside of city
or town of reporting bank and other
.'ii Hedeuipiloii fund with IV 8 Treasurer
aud due from V 8 Treasurer
22. War Saving Certificates and Thrift
Hlampa actually owned
i: :.it.i f
1. 135 00
Mra M. K. Uolling returned the
laat of the e.k from a two tL-
vacatlon in Portland-
HI Y W 8 8
Slaeond hand baby BUffgle Km
aala iheap at McHow.
For Hale He, .old hand ran.- In
good toudllion Hargaiu - A . Mr
Hi V V
0481 Sewing Maelillles at low
Call in and look then or
- A I. M. D.-vell
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(hmI Ijulineal fur lataienewa.
' I have found chamberlain i.i.,,-
Uieni a splendid reuiwdy for I...,
soreness of the uiuaelaa au.l iIimuiui-
tlc palaa," writaa Mra J W Walla e,
Maiou Mo Mrs Wallace aaya lu
tber that it la lag bast liniment we
hnve ever had In the house."
14. Capita, stock paid la
2i Suipiii fund
18. a I n.l d.d profit I
30 Cireul. t'lig note- ouiataodiug
S3. Nat M agg)Ml due to banks, banker, and
..uipiiniea i oilier than in. hi, I
e.l in lien.- ' l or t2)
I'olal of Hi-din :i and .1:1 $
IkaaaaiMl ileMk.. i, Hl.ee itiaa baak deiNMila)
-iibje.1 lo Kewnr ulepoalta payable
witlilu .10 days):
ii Individual depoalta aul.j. i to .hack.
3& Cerlifiiatea of depoxit du.- In leaa ii.mii
kgfl (other than for uioney l,.,i.
erillled . Heck
Hiat, .ouuly. or oilier municipal depoalta
I .ured by pledge of asset of mix
Ida! den...!..! depoalta lotliet than
'nk depoxita. aukjact to Ke-
I'.tna :I4, :I5, :i, 37, Jg,
' 40 u'"1 41 8806.083.80
4. ertifuatea of .epMi toiliar than for
inoii.'v borrowed i
44 '' .nlug IfgjQlttg
1 1" i time deposita
Total tilue dtipoMta RUhJe, I to Ke
llni , 4;t H U(.
I 60.000 00
aiAtr. 11 liKKKti.A oCNTY OK Mat Mir
8tmi that tag above a.aleuien, fc, ,,.. , ,. ,,, ( my
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