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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON. THURSDAY, .JUNE 12, 1919
I III lll..l.l. HTOHft.
PHONIC NO. a
CHURCH ACTIVITIES HOSPITAL NOTES
CATHOLIC CIII'IU M Ol III!
m.iKsi i) Mnuimra
1:10 a m , Low Mann
10:10 a m .. High Mann
0.S0 a. in . Catei IiIkui for Hi. bogl
nasi n itiM mitt n
New location on block RM si
Sunday service. Humlny school in
a. m., preaching 1 1 h nnd 7 p m
Cottage prayer meetings Tuesdny ev
enings at 7:10, church prayer in -
lag Thuraday ovnnlng 7.30.
Re.fl. L. Flower, PoatOI
riu Hum itns in hi ii
10.00 Illhlo School.
11:00 Children' Da) I-vrol-r
W r '()( IIHAN,
MIbh Alloc Anderson liml hOf '
alls removed Wi-dncsdny.
Mrs. II. iJnliirly of I'nlk. Idaho, I
III ait the huHpltnl 'his week.
Mrs. Albert Hull underwent afl Of
eratlon for bbboMM Itl last latnrdaj
K. M. Smith, who linn BOOB III for
Home time, returned home In I 'I'luirs
LjM Thompson, who Iiiin I"
for tho pant week, r 1 1 1 1-1 1 I ftOSM
Anthony CgiggBM of Brogaa bad
hia tonsils and adenoid romorod laat
Mth U II. Fry ind Infiini yon ra
turned to their BOM In N ssn Inst
A. AndfT'im ol M;il h iht rbQ BOB
iieon ill for soma! I ma rotoroad boas
I'liriHl Join m ol Jillilurii niiilrr-
went tin operation for ii none growth
in ii is i riiritrii
Hlhla echool 10:00
Morning Wnmhlp I 1 00
Young People's Service
(loirpol Hrrvlic lit I,
Prayer Service, WednoNday
Ml Til ODIN I I III IK M
10 a m Sunday School
11 a in I'ii'mi'IiIiik The
7:16 p. m. Kpworth League.
I p. in Preaching, "The Tragedy
ol Poatponi'd Enjoyment "
Mr. and Mrs I- I' Lasraofl i Wot
ear were IiuhIih'nh visitors In Oatarto
MIhh May HrtimiiiKi' has roaovorod
mid returned to In r hoiti" :n Itlgglns
Idnho, hint Friday
Orn Tlttnn of Jiuitiira u.i admit
tod to tin- liooaltal luadai to nova aa
Injured lag treated
Mr Fiilrley Hortaof ol Urogan
wlio Iiiin BOOB III tin tin- BOB! WOtl r.
I It I' I 1. I I Ill.llIK W ., I I I I I I. 1
I 1 1 I I I - ' I IIUIIM 'Ml It '
cull. i wiiion iii Parma aaa ill
law daya laat week with OaaBllcatloii
urlslng from the nun
Hurley Longfellow, who URdei
wont mi operiiilnii ag hi laat
week, returned to but boaaa In In
dlan Vnlley. Idnho. lust Suml i
Mls Irene Hmier arrlvad
laat weok from Bacaaa where aba
haa lieen attending the University ol
Oregon thlH wlnloi MIkm Under wi
compelled to leave Hchool before t1 c
ond of the term becauiie of II In
if K Mustard of k eid i, Oragoa,
was an Ontario flatter latardaj
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Illnnchc JurvlH of Ironside spert
Snturd.iy In Ontario.
John j. Kaoaa oi Wsatfall
town Saturday on l.u Iiu'kh.
Hurry II Mulr of West fa 1 1 I
town on business InHt Saturday
John Aclon of We. t fall
Ontario Saturday on huidii
Mr .mil Mrs A K McClllwnij ol
Vale were In Ontario on hu lu - I i
W. II. Craven, a prouiiuoiit Nlork
man of (rnno, wan un Ontario biiil-
ness IkIiot Monday
William II HoskltiH of Westfall
wa'i III Ontario last Saturday to re
celvo treatment for his eyes.
H. & Hodge of Welsor was lu
town Monday on business. Mra
Hodge aciompanied her husband
John iiuu-'eriuiin llnrpi-r v.a"
In town Saturday on business Mrs
IIoumi rnian in i ompnnled her (um
J. A Haley, u prominent raai
i ml cattleman of t'nhlwell, wnc in
Ontnr'n tha Brat of the wool on bas
I In TueHday Bridge club v.
Ilghtlully sotartalood at the boaaa
of Mrs Prtnatog ast Tag toy aftaj
II. 0 I diek. I.illier ul II U I ilh k
of this city, died Sunday afternoon at
:: o'clock nt his home In llolse. Mr.
I'dhk had BOOB ailing for BOOM linn,
iiui w.ri nppaii niiy Improving up to
mi BOB! before IiIm iIi-iHIi The In
neial took plain Wednesday uiuriili.rf
In llnle Mr t'dlck hud main
friend. in Ontario, having visited blu
son here s. veral I lines.
Mr. Ulslrr OaWgi of Imlliieitloii.
"Some time In 1U09 when I bad an
attack of Indigestion and everything
looked gloomy to me, I recoiled I
Ire sample- of t'hnnihcrluln's Tie
aaja ai aUKojanl I VI 1 iS,Jalr il aa awianPr itiflf- Uli1
Gnvenience, comfort and economy
Wherever you go city, country, mountains.
acashore there you will find Pearl Oil, the
Standard Oil Company's kerosene. Gives the con
venience of gas without the dust and dirt of coal
or wood. Easy to handle.
With a good oil cookstove you will cook in
comfort all year 'round. Bakes, broils, roasts,
toasts economically. Lights at the touch of a
match. No waiting for fires to come up, no un
necessary work, no waste. Concentrates a steady
heat on the cooking leaving the kitchen cool and
Pearl Oil is refined and re-refined by our special
Crocess which removes the impurities. It is clean
Pearl Oil is for sale in bulk by dealers every
where. It is the same high-quality kerosene aa
the Pearl Oil sold in live-gallon cans. There is a
saving by buying in bulk. Order by name Pearl
We recommend New Perfection
and Puritan Oil Cookstovea
HEAT AND LIGHT
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
lets by mall. I gave tham a trial and
tln-y were auch a halp to ma that I
bought a package, and I can truth
fully aay that I have not had a simi
lar attack since," writes Wm. I). Wis
ler, Douglaaavllla, Pa
How to Oct IH1 of lour Itlieiinui
1 1 sin.
If It Is chronic or muscular rlmu
matlstn all you need la to maaaago
the affected tonrtls with Chamher
nln's Liniment You arc certain to
he pleased with the relief which It
Ed Oallagher left last week for
Minneapolis, M.nn , to join his fam
ily and to attend to hla business af
fairs there. ,
You will find it a pleasure to do your shoe
buying at Allen's. Here you have the lar
gest stock of high-grade footwear to choose
from. The styles are new and right up to
the minute. The service is courteous, effi
cient and quick, and the prices are remark
ably reasonable, made possible only by our
buying power. It will pay you to make Al
len's your shoe store.
Black Patent Oxford, wit I, welt
stilt- French lied. An attract i v. and
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New mannish dark tan kid Oxford
with full whig tip and low inilitarv
lied. A strictly liijrh grade walking
hoe. Price $7.60
White kid Scmi-drcss Oxford, light v.dt
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Mile, white cnani'.'l"d leather beet Model
I Vice $3.60
S-'le. Agent for the Dr. A.
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Agent for the Nettleton
Shoe the Best for Men
ALLEN SHOE CO.
Largest Retailer of Shoes in Snake River
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Great War Veterans Association
. MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON
All nismbera of every branch of the United State Army and Navy. In
cluding all Soldiers, Sutton, and Marinas who have boen in (he aervloe
tl auy time during the period of the Ureal War between Germany and the
United States and their allies are requested to be present on July tth,
mm, at Vale. Oregon, for the purpose of organising ouraelvaa and greet
ing our friends
Alma of Association Foster comradeship, loyalty to the Government of
the United Statea, assist all romraiioa In broken health and misfortune,
to perpetrate the memory of the service and caxe for the widows and or
phana of our bero comrades
"No Hank; All Comrades",! our slogan. The mamberahlp la not limited
but embracing all
lor further data write to the 8o!dlora Forth of July Committee, Vale,
Oregon. Every Service 'Man is lu tiled to come to Vale on July tin
There will be "Mess" and a good time furnished
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