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f THURSDAY, NovKMnEit id, 191.
PAOE PTVW The Week With Ontario Citizens Attorney w. h Brooks Villi- nil btl lillPMfl Til WU in Mrs, ji m ppi'iit Wedm Miiv !i. MIhm Mix- Plat! nn.l Mr II ! I III flT U ihOII ViHlt. MlM frill I.' ..mi mm, mux, turned turnip Hliliilny .vrtHnir l,l.. are.! hh ,,..,, ha i.inrrlml MIR. Vlr- ' Mn. Forbes pr led i California find Carllie, .r Indiana, irba wlti MM II ur II vi', il'; ;lK(i wltll Ills fiimlly fr.im Ml.-., nnlii. Monl . wliei. lie wii" Imni. II'1 cri'n up hOTO IB M ii- 'I III IiiikIiii'mh witli hi lirotli I'M or in in. Crank Keller He retired morn from i - r mui en in rniiriiiiiK nm Cord d:strict attorney IS BOlN VI: Hi. I I during the t'r- ii sin' w ill epoad the winter, A. , Wilkin .mi ,,r Portland old wiHi'iinsiii Maad ol Mr ud Mrs f) i.i" re tin w their K" i Mr. i.i i on loot bli Kr!. Ml 0( the I'nril gangl '"" ' "" ll ! rii In ('run.' MinilM.v Inn un their urrlml there llM i. 'iin. I that M . 1 1 1 1 1 1 r lake liml frni'ti nvir M Hull It mi ImftHBlhll u twn wi-i'kn '" K'"' "I un1 duck uml neese which onulil lie seen In UiouhiiihIh Hitting; Of, tlip Ire Mr Wllklnonn. Iki i . r. d better luck ilurliiK tin- week when ii Ih mother, brother! (it'orge w Thompeon of California and i Hintrr mtk. Kriink Keller, rarvtve mm. Attorney p. .i Qeilagher won Oaldwi ii r iiui mi latoeday. wuh a Vale visitor un Miitnlay. Mr. anil Mth. (t MM tn I 'ort I.ukI MM. stiiiiiiii'fii.iii hare Inr WILSON BROS. STORE HAS IMPROVEMENTS Mr. end Mrs J. I). lllllitiKNlcy rn l,i lain, .I Hi.' Carnatlnn Huh Tui-h day vniiliiK Mi i i. KoaMl uml Maliii Veri er (if Wi'Iiht vUili',1 frli'iiils In On i. n ! Friday. MIhm Saruli rainier In In r Iiiiiiii' tlin flrnt wnii bad cold, Mrn. I.. It. Fry nf Itlvcrlip Ih rla itinK her ii.u.-iit , Mr. and Mrn T. It. Fleer. .luilim Mnrtnii (I Cllffiinl nf linker A. McWIIIhiiik wim tlin auctiim-T pawed tliru Ontarlii Mniiilay cnnnitc at the banket nodal lipid at MbIIpi for Vale. I last Satunlav nlirlit niul hihup of the prominent voiihk men of that reginn are well aware of the fact while the ItlrlH are prmiil of Mr. MrWIIIIaniH Ah the rennlt of bin expert ahllltlen thirty-three basket were mild for JiihI $B, one of them rniliK for IB 25 all of whlrh wbh Koine mime. I Having aurvlved hln flrnt noclnl en wan online,! 'eTaeMMMH Mr MiWIIIIaniH Ih now op- nf the niN'k Pn 'or further nppnrt unities to dle- play bin ability as a mielal lion. Mm. Tniinltigsmi wan the linntenn for the Wednesday bridge riuii at thin areeki meeting, I. M Karhart who liven mi his li,iin,"ieiiil nil,, v,' .il, ataa In iinturln on hunlnesH Monday. I Diirlnp the past week WIlBOfl Urns ti.,1, ,, ilii.illr incriiuunil ll... fl.i.tr lie bagMd a f.w along the river near ' ,. ,lf ,,..,. rrncnrv .,. rnm ... ' I til It IlllU ,'....' ll ...I .1 i I. I l.f , u , . . 1 . I. I.I. i. iniike It tin' largest grncery slur,' in Malheur eonntjr, ami aaooojd in none In the Hnake rler valley. The Improvement wan nOOOM pitch eil by setting hack the partitlnn In the more ronni nearly 2H fept on Hip pant end nf the I, nil, ling An inter sole was erected thru the ntoek room so that Hi storage spare wan tint re duced by the change Aiming other cbatigen Ik the addition of a rained platform for It. W. Wlleon'e office, near the center of 1 1 ant side nf thr .tnre rnllillliimllllK a full view nf the enlarged sale. r,,m imin H,e renter lias lieen erected a number of ilisplnv plntfiirms In pyramid form on which viirlnus clannn of goodn are shown From the hanement tn the main flnm a t.Min p, mini eleMitor Is to be In Htiilled In the iie.r future which will W. Ouy Thompnon, aged 30 eurs UMNOM the use in whlrli th' large ooke i being congratulated by his friend on btl llhllily tn Inial,. r in, w I, ,111 he Issues complaini II 1 i viitiire in th ml, ilnrk Hnlmi's bU ll I" turn fur the hunted panon can,' rigifi to Mr. Brooke boaM aad lit- rati v.. like, I latO the HIIliM nf le ia Tha atori raw oottetnlng like thla: Several months ago a young 11 ,1 lamiiT frnii! tha lowaf ' mi nf the county appt ai ' 'i in Mr Brool flee necking a warrant for the mat of hln wife, ami a neighbor whom he alleged hail stolen hM arfei'tlmin, and with whom she hail elnped Tbe warrant wai Innucd but BO return was made. The man and woman ctmhl not be found. I.nnt week n woman appeared nt the llrooke home necking work as a lOtMOtfg and was emplnyeil She nald that her" nit cane would be brnugbt up In the evening On hln return borne that evening Mr Brooke ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No Alum No Phosphate and In :i few n iniit, ., BU anii ed erlth tht mil eaaa, and be In troduced himself. Inntnntly Mr t. ,1 thl iri'ii", given "-'""' tueil montlia ago ami phired the rniiple under ami, ill , mn , there Is a Jnh fnr a rlnnientlr at the ltnmke hntiie now. Hut there is liapplness in the h below Nvh na for on the advise nf tbe district attorney the Irate husband took hln wife back and the ntranger went his way. Skaten hollow ground and nbarpen d for good skating for 35 renin per pair ut Marnden'n nhop. 45-47C .Inh work at The Argue Office a . ' in ii n "i ii:-i-mi mil Whether a man In a rep'ii.llcaii nr B deiiinernt. whether he Mil -ven In B high prntectlve tariff nr In i" e Had, . bo can help the "Aiuer,, niiiviuent by Insisting upnn hininc gnndn that bear the brand Made-in-Ainerlca " Of conrne, the i . u who, ad vocntea n protective tar, it doubl l in tht "Mado-ln-Amerlca" policy becnune lie not only propnnea to buy American goods for hlmnelf but pro ponen tn compel bin neighbor to do likewise. , If the Adamnon bill were to be vot ed upon again with tbe election paM Instead nf coming, the renult would probably be considerably different. TYPHOID CLAIMS ITS FIRST VICTIM HERE Ralph Kkbari, fnrinerly with Mc- Is tbe first and only victim no far basement can In- put and at the name! Cullnch 4 Wood, w.i in (tularin thin , claimed by the dread typhus which time expedlate the handling of heary -, k fnr a short vlnlt. I hen been so prevalent in the city goods (luring; the past Iwn months Mi - A bad cold kepi Mt.uii.v l W Thompnon died Saturday morning at If you can't et back M the old M. rutin. I. away from hln office dur- the home of hln mother. Mm I'mula home for that best of all i lug tbe lorepart of the week. Slierili Ken lliowu nt Tata wan In town Mn n, l.ij 111 cnliliectlnn wltll the i,,i,,, in.,, esc baton Jadga King. The Tucndsy Bridge club met this Week w.lh Ml I' l'i'-.i. Mi- Thompson. The funeral was held Ue.inc da) froni tha Bapttal eharah, BM D I Hiker officiating. Inter iiieni was made at the tlutario cine tery. Mr. Thompson took alck while he was hrliiKinr a bum l, ,,i sheen imn man, a new photograph will MM nearest to taking your place li will bring cheer to the I, onie folks Tele phone your appointment.. The Bur r.ll Studio a. Iv 4'itl! chg Skates hollow grnun.l and harimli 1 M ,: "n"1- '" l"ttl1 kMMta. NaVada to Ontario tor Boh Btaaftald ad f..r good skattai tor II ooau par Ma a i in tin ten ton baton began pair al Maradaat'i nhop. adv :.-47c up and came tn tutor n (binber 17 and the dlseae b.,, such a bold .imiK" naii, ,u iiiggs left Bandar I 111, ,1111111' fOI ( .111.1, 'II 1 It) he he Will I, III, I the Qranl count term III cniirt tins iiniutb. Ontario boys are envying nee skat ing mi il,,. loagl ' I ll "' ,l"' track this week and are making tl.e must nt thi .1 bpportunl Cliarles Wall, a kheepinaii dan Valley, who visited HI, lids in the city for new-rat days last week, iirned to Ills Inline on Mninlay. I I Thompson, one of tbe engl ligaged on the work of Hie .Malheur Drainage district spent dun day wltll tlin family at Mid, Met. in. Idaho Mr. and Mm Klmer Orcutt ai Wot eer mine to (inl.uio Sunday to visit Willi their paieiii Mr III, all i turned Monday while Mm. orcutt made a lllnle eMelllleil stay C, w.itsnii nf the Pftarlo Pkai inacy waa a vlaltor al St. Anthony, Idaho, I tie Ml week While there he htruck NgHMBN weather but had an enovnhle mp lie retiiincd home Mniiday. 1'ied Iticc BMHTOd thia week to the Dan Millibar BOOM 'U Smilli Kicbard aou direct Prod iraa able to make the iimve in aplte of the fad that In got no ducks ou Inn hunting trip Sunday. Fifty head Of fine fillies will he sold at auction at WrOtOM Salurdii). Sown. her is by A. McWilliains Man aaeeptlonsl horoM an la the. "tring that limy M bad at bare. adv al Mr and Mi- A KOalOl Mil "' day to! Nampa whtah ptaoa Mr. - ,i,,ii ha-, i, i traaatomd if the are aide , .-, are u siulable will nioe to N.iiupa to reside. An BBtargod Ml is t rk erect ing tha bHok plan oa arhtab tha Ma .,i the Wilson iiuildingH will rest. It will take at least two weeks to coinphie tha work before tha new froutx can he placed. Mr. and Mm F. Schruni of Motit pelier, Idalm, airiv.d liere thin week and have gone to housekeeping in one of tlit) Staples houses on lltcliardson street. Mr B0BVM will have charge of the Jiighl wire at the depot Mrs. Harnett and tier daughter, Mrs l.ucv Pol wm t1" ' " f,,r a dinner party at their homo on In diana avenue last Saturday evening Covers were laid fnr ten Fnllnw ing the dinner auethm bridge was plu.d during a delightful . -veinug The guests were: Messrs and Mes danie i I M Qralg, C. It Fun nil. H 11 'hitwey -"ti.t (: K' ll I. (IS I A p.i.ak, I, el we, ll Id. nil bin that i Ileal a.d muld mil Stnr" ami i, tailing two Ml "v alMi flannel shirts. Finder please nniif Mr ThOMpOM .-ii." ta imiario Mi- U ll lleam, Nyssa. 45 The Trenches Were Inspiration for These New Overcoats The "High Art Clothes" manufacturers 'have 9 named this coat "The g ,r tt j j? i iviajur aiiu we luei that the majority of men will approve of it. It is just such coat Bj is protect ing the btiys who ;uv (loinjr the fighting on the other side. It military tfftct UMJ its helt stamp it the newest thing in OVtCCOAtl for men ami young men this winter. We show it in many fabrics and varied colorings at prices to ac commodate the average purse. New Shipments of Mackiijaws arriving almost daily, for men and hoys, of the famous "Oregon ity Make. " Prime $6.00 to $8.50 for men lilies $5.00 for boys . . i . i i i . . ALEXANDER CO. me Price Clothier " r $C I . It Li v i ' tta Ontario, Oregon Thanksgiving Table Linen The time isjhere for Thanksgiving Day. We think of the great Thanks giving Dinners of the past, with father at one en. I of the table and mother at the other, the children between, wondering if father would ever get through carving the turkey, savory odors, miner and pumpkin pies and al the memories bring the good old (Uyi back. Thanksgiving is with us once more and the LINENS arc as much a pari of thai day's feast as the feast itself. C nrc inpnc'1;iv'' been !u to get, but Rpieri liave them, and vjUUU Jjlilcllfc iota of them. We've had our linen for some time put away awaiting this feast. We foresaw the coining condition ( the linen market and the result is Plenty ofGood Linen at Raden for Thanks giving and hristmas. Beautiful Table Cloths and Damasks 72-inch Irish Linen Damask in the most beautiful and exclusive designs ever seen. You'll appreciate their values and daintiness if you see them. They Z!:r $2.00, $2.15 and $2.25 70-inch wide, some in plain center with fltwered borders, others with all- OVer designs. Several pieces dM rA to sell, at pl.O) Other good damask in good patterns and widths, to sell at $1.00 and $1.26 Irish Linen Damask Cloths Of good heavy grade damask in pattern cloths in large variety of good designs, at 8-4 cloth 72x72 $4.00 9-1 cloth 81x81 round scalloped Bilge $8.00 set i Japanese Lunch Cloths SOx&Mnch Lunch 'Cloths, hemstitched, mbroideried in colors, Nap- Una to match are ei '!l4i1 f in the corner, get p4-.')' Hound Center-I'iece.s in !, IS and 27-inch, Willi colored embroidery de igni in the centers and hand-made lace i mething new. 'You should get some of these. Sold by the set or piece. TheV WOUld make a most appropriate gift. QLr-jy, 4-c Just reeeived some new itylee in serge, epinglee, satins ete., DiWlI tO in plain, plaid and stripes. See them in the windows. RADER'S Ontario, ( h-etfon i