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THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY JUNE 22, 1922.
OREGON SLOPE Miss Lola "Bartshe entertained a number of friends Wednesday even ting with a slumber part In honor of Misses Jean Bartslre and Hhona Tomllri ot Baker City. Mesdames I. It. Brlethaupt and C. A. Karat wore dinner guests on Tuesday evening of Mrs. Harry K. Lattlg. Mrs. McQordon was called to Frultland Friday evening by the serious illness and death of her aged grandfather. Mrs. C. A. Karst and daughter, Eveline visited Mrs. John Bartshe Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Frost and daugh ter, Mildred, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown. Mrp. Shoppherd and daughters, Martha and Mary, were guests of the former's daughter. Mrs. Claus- on Andrus Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Boals and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boals and son came overland from Corvallls, Ore. for an extended visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. P. M. Boalff. Ray Boals holds the chair of mechanical engineer ing at the O. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown and sons, of Ontario, were dinner guests Sunday at the E. L. Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Chds. Sklppen en tertained the former's Welser, Sunday. cousin ot Miss Jean Bartsho was tho guest of Mrs. C. A. Karst Friday. Mrs. E. Tomlln and daughter, Miss Rhena, spent Monday with Mrs. Geo. Sullens. Miss Beulah Llnkons of Welser, spent several days last week with Altha Osborro. Mr. and 'ilrs. Troy Fllton and family of Nyssa, were guests Sun day ot Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sullens. Misses Jean Bartshe and Rhena Tomlln returned to Baker City Tuesday to complete their nurses training courso, after spending a pleasant vacation with home folks. Mrs. L. R. Brlethaupt of Ontario was pleasantly entertained at the Vincent homo Wednesday. Mrs. John Bartshe .and daughter, Jean, were guests Saturday of Mrs Geo. Sullens. Walter Mahoney and wife of Washoe, have moved to the William Bosch ranch on tho Slope. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. Arner Gorton motored to Mann's creek Sunday and spent the day fishing. Miss Martha Shepherd of Payette, visited her slsted, Mrs. . Clauson Andrus, several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Vincent and Jean Bartshe were Ontario visitors Monday. Miss Minnie Nowel of Mldvale, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hauntz, last week. Edgar Lane of Huntington, was a guest at tho Frost home several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Boals and guests from Corvallls, motored to Arrow Rock Dam Monday, visiting enroute with old Nebraska friends. Next Monday morning Juno 2G, at 9:30, a Crop Improvement tour will be held on the Slope, starting at tho A. A. Gutterldge ranch. County Agent Brlethaupt will bo present and an inspection of several Interesting crops will bo made. P. M. Boals, who sprayed his alfalfa field for weovll, reports that the work was very etfectlvo nnd it Is his Intention to spray again soon to get the worms that nro Just hacthlng. Chas. Lias Is cultivating his al falfa field and making a fino dust mulch to destroy tho weovll. In a few weeks wo will havo proof of the most offectivo weapon to combat this post. George Culp was host Tuesday evonlng at a delightful "rook" par ty at the Bartshe homo. Following a pleasant evening at cards, dell clous refreshments wero served. Tho Dead Ox Flat boys won a faBt gamo of baseball on their homo grounds Sunday aftornoon. The victims bolng tho second team form Payette. Tho scoro was 7 to 6. Any team desiring n gamo can be accomodated by arranging with the managor, Arner Gorton, phono 377 F 12. N0W--A MONEY SAVING CLIMAX Owing to a cold, late spring which .has retarded buying of spring merchandise, particularly in several lines "VwT dVl"K"C1 tTTi-V mns nlnninvi 1 1 .1 1 J 1 11 11 f.1 11 I I f 1 t kja. onuco, wcaic jjiaumg uii sale iiunureas 01 aonars worm 01 snoes ana low cuts at wonaeriui oargams. SALE Remember the dates for Extra Specials COMMENCES FRIDAY, JUNE 23rd AT 9:00 A. Brooms 15c WHILE THEY LAST On Friday, June 22nd; we will sell a good quality Broom for 15c with each $2.50 purchase. Only 1 broom to a customer. SPECIAL TOR THURSDAY, JUNE 29 - Womens Cotton Hose, 3 pr. 25c Thursday afternoon we will place on sale a good grade cotton hose. Limit, 3 pair to a customer 3 pair for 25c i Womens Pumps and Oxfords LOW OUTS, POTPS OlOFORDS Beautiful Samples, Broken lots. These broken lines are tremen dous bargains. 300 pairs of season able footwear and values to $7.50, Priced per pair $3.35 i Women's High Heel Pumps Broken lines in Patents. A few small sizes in Oxfords. If you find your size on this bargain ta ble you will procure exceptional values at $1.95 Pair Extra Special Men's light weight Sox 5c On TUESDAY, June 27, we are giving our cus tomers men's lightweight Sox. Colors, Navy, blaek Misses and Children's Shoes Real savings are offered in Shoes for Misses and Children. We are offering a remarkable opportunity for securing Misses' Shoes for both present and future wear. Two lots to select from. Regular $2.75 $3.50 and $4.50 values, special per pair- : :mi $1.95 and $2.45 Women's Footwear OF EVERY TYPE ARE GREAT LY REDUCED . IN PRICE. EVERY PAIR MARKED WITH SPECIAL SALE TAGS. Boys' Shoes Men's Dress Shoes You should supply son's Shoe needs. No one knows better than mother and dad what it means to get good shoes for boys at such worth-while savings as are now possible. These are good shoes, prioes alone are lowered. v Boys black and brown, dress style work shoes. Two big bargain ta bles to select from. . Special per pair $2.45 and $2.95 Broken lots, but all sizes. English lasts, broad toes. Values as high as $7.50. You will find some great shoe bargains here. Per pair $2.95 MENS FINE SHOES & OXFORDS Remember the place Remember the date No refunds during this sale Mail O ers Filled Same Day Received Quast Bros. NEW STYLES, DRESSY PAT TERNS StunnW Oxfords. You will have to see these to appreciate these wonderful values, priced per pair ip333 Extra Special SATURDAY, JULY 1st Bixby's Brown Cleaner 5c 15c LIQUID POLISH The best seller we carry One to a customer 3 a bottle .white, brown. 5c a pr. ONTARIO, OREGON IIHlTTHHttPK. lUUMUW