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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1910

"' i Mtexufci iiiin.K t mm (dWHHI 1.' (l(,h If you are in favor of the Irrigation movement give 'I'l I.I .1 Push and Boost for a Greater Ontario. uy J I it active Support. Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. Fill ttttt& W '' v B zmr " " ' Jr-VOLUME XIV PROFITS IN RASPBERRIES Novel Method Harvesting Crop -Easy to Handle pi Williin n mile 'f i 1 Ontario post oftee is a W tore poteh o! NttpborfiOO, prol.sil.ly the largeal Mid lincst one in tin- imrthwi t, if not in Ihi VOrld. It in n very profitable venture Iiiih been in successful operation for 10 years, ami continues to fat I never failing producer. It li pio inn a Ug BlOttO maker for its owner, M. B. Sherman, who itartod tbii irondtrful reipberry rnncli lid still opcinles it, in' finding so large ii "in' to be i' bit, pnii In n! and i i 1 1 1 i 1 1 I . Mr. SImi iiiiiii hot dltOOVOrod th.it the dry climate of BOUthtN Idaho rombined with Irrigotloi oro conducive the llighttl possible results in in-phi 1 n production, Ibo d...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1910

T . 1. 1 My Gracious, What Does He Mean? . by pa it- by oui indda On Batnrdaj and Monday, February 20th and .'-'.I . i going to d Im b big Close Out Graniteware Sale. i ,,, B inrge pi ft nt ( Irnniteware, worth two ami three limi BS inui It, Sale Price, 27 Cents, Your choice 17 quart dish pans and large roasters included. Vou will Miaa Something il you Miss I hii Bali . A few8wcatera and n Line ol Underwear al Kidiculou lj Low Pi let to Cloae ut, Grit, Oj ter Sheila, Bone Meal, Cbick Peed and Poullrj Po ilera are quit good thingi for tbo Poultrj Sow I tin tinn tobuj Bquirrel Poison, we hav a good one .. .. , .. Onta i is. M I MAIN IMIfir nnil I'roprli-tor i Hi irli 'i tin BUD iiin- V. .ir. n. SH-1,1 1 ill fl to Local News. Our lim 'i Inlted K h is noa li te .n il vci v line, M.M.Co. Don! fori I tho Mntim o ai thi Star 'I'll' atro Baturdnj froi to 0 p. in. Mi W. II. Bhimp, ol r'rcni li local News. -il. life l' IV'' jw rin UK The in .it Pn ji i iption N'ti. I, t Wil-oii-Diiffy Drug Co...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1910

w. ..--jM4afl W War for ii,, growth o' 11 OF bflifi our repair business) by tising only genuine watch material, ami Biaioiprirfgi nuulc for your particular grade oi watoh. Wo arc the best equippi I to provide for your requirement the year aroniul in our line and do engraving while on wall Tell us early WO at your ro quiremente are (or (Setter music. ( luerantoed watch n pairing, Harry B, Grauel, Jewelry and Music House, KTAtUO, - OREGON, mm :' UN A nice lot land, witl have loine I i proved h ith good ! ui II of ALACKA rU' UNO Y MS PRICE PI 'John W. Corson, - President V l. Hughe, 'irons, and M'ngr MaljKnr County Abstract Conij.n.,. Abstrseta of Title. Hoard of Directoi - J. W. Corson, lin. land i r ii ui vpj tahli ri( une on very ph . i Ah o tome ciioic Also aomi dry land ll loon he under watt r. Now nnyi no i 1 in this line, I v. ould i e :'. .1 li hat ' on u'i ile or if In Ontario i all lit in J.J.DIESS, DON 51, Oktahio, 0 NOTR' TO UIODITOltH. g 1 ,lml I in M. I i .i i i in '. ' f...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1910

. I mm mmmt . 3510Miloft tn 10 Days New Packing Plant. GOW 5t::iQ8MK8MKMKWe Till ill I i c J e H A ale M mis ana y vercoara. This has been the Most Notal le ( learance Sale of $ Season. Our Entire Stock of High Grade Suits g uu I fc Drutra Vrc n Diamonds li one n i ii i ti t Im ' v" hnvo ; ti nil Implicitly In Hie Hi ! r'i i ,.i.it y, mi' M rrapaloa it oat ilriii,". oheinlmih Mid irraoriptlon i M Tlfl ny, tor In no , .1 oal prteioui itonM. Vi.lme imlilc I n pUtftt li n uinl 1 1 I In Ki'i'p il n- long Bl U' ! in htllllli Wilson -Duffy Drag Co. .iter euppor forgtt your trouble! in mi hoan vloit at tbo tiii Theatre. On ill" ilr ti of Suit Luke through mow end ilu h i omo limei six to eight IocIim In 1 1 it li without Rtnppinjj the mutor, ii tli" i ecord made by a Model 0 Quick in tn eahibl. liofl civeu liy the Ilandall-lmdd Auto Co., Lid, Thl Wonderful liulo ear was started en a lll-duys economy mid endurance teit at I o'clock i'. in. oti February '.) and wai brought i" a ?-1 at I o'cl...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

WOMAN'S EDITION - SPECIAL NEW YEARS ISSUE. dHtfarf mm. 19 13 Greets You Through the Door of the Woman's Club. On to Ontario. Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. I I VOLVME XVI. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1913. NO. 1 he MED ACRES AROUND ONTARIO Some Data Regarding the i Plants in This Section. With i n n distance of fifteen mile of Ontario, and on the Oregon side of the Snake river, the Irrigated acres lave been more than doubled during the lat ear, and the cultivated area of till --Jime territory has been In creased at least fifty per cent. One year 100 there wa approximately fifteen thousand acres (hat had water rights and Mince one year ago eigh teen thousand acre of new land have iromriMi water inrnis The Ontario- una Irrigation System. One of the water system-. Is the On-Urlo-Nyaa Irrigation ditch which furnishes water to 6200 acre. Tbli plant was put In during the past year by the Individual land owners themselves, without any assistance from prom...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

SOCIAL LIFE Christmas (greetings and n Happy New Yenr to one and all. Hollv and mistletoe abound In every home while In some the Clilistinaa trees and their colored lights gladdeu the hearts of the children. The Christmas festivities were ush ered In the first of the week by the Chrletmaa dance given In the ballroom of the Wilson bnlldtng, recently com pleted. Invitations were Issued to about fifty couples, many married couples among the number. Kvery one present expressed tlteraMlvas as more than satisfied with the steal Mention should be nu.de of .ludd'a or chestra which furnished must excel lent music. Many wore heard to ex press themselves as delighted with the new hall and Its floors, which are la an excellent condition The arrange ment of the hnnu.uet room mid klteben conrltiig In for a full share of praise. Thle hall givee every promise of be ing a most popular place for enter tainment In the future. Mr and Mrs. E). M. flrelg enter tained at Christmas dinner Wednes day evenin...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

k WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS, JAN. 2, 1913 Owyhee Irrigation District and the Proposed High Line Ditch What Everyone Wants THE OWYHEE A i I f ii WLJ-ai1''? MOM .2 -war w- BOISE'S NEWEST and BEST HOTEL European Plan flate $1.00 Per Day and Up Most Popular Cafe in the City Special Merchant's Luncheon 12 to 2 p. m., 50c Table d' hote dinner 5.30 to 8 p. m., 75c Rose Room open 12 M. till midnight Service a la Carte Make it your headquarters while in lioise LEO. J. FALK, Manager The Owvhee irrlRatkin district consists of alout 2'.. 000 aerps of sane lirush land betWOea the Owyhee a-ul Malheur rivers and Just aliove Hit Owyhee, Nevada and Ontarlo-Nyssa ditches at an elevation of from r.O to 300 feet above Snake river This Is BBejeeatloaaMf one of the best and most fertile tracts of land In flnake river valley. The soil Is a deep rich volcanic ash mixed with silica and clay, Renerally level, with Just slope enough to Irrigate and drain easily. The elevation Is from 2,200 to 2.000 feet, ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS, JAN. 2, 1913 i k B I f t ( Fraternal Orders Ontario I in iimpini nt. Ontario Kncnmpment was Instituted In March, 1901 with C. W. Piatt. R 8. Rutherford, (; A. Pogue, J. T. Cle ment ami (1 W. MrnnUin as charter members and now have about thirty members. Patriarch O. A. Pogue Is Grand High Priest of the Grand Knc.impmcnt of Oregon and ii In line to go to the Sovereign Grand I-odge In the near future. The officers for 1913 are: J. II. Seaward. C. P.; It M. Carlilo, 0 W ; W. H. Cecil. H. P; O A. Mlgnrdan, J WVj C. W. Piatt. Scribe: O. A. Pogue O.; C. McOonlgall, 1st V . ; ,T. H. nr ley, 2nd W.; C. A Adams, 3rd W.; T. M Seward, I. 8. Ontario Lodge 0. ttO, I. 0. 0. F. As Is usunl all over the west the Odd Fellows lodge was the first fra ternal organization to be started In Ontario. Ontario Txdge No 90 was Instituted August 26, 1887, with six charter mem bers, two of whom, Ed. Hulery and O. W rirunlon are still members. The lodge has a membership of omethlng ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

c tfffM&ri :M&Z&& II '' PV5ffiiSSESE5?52ffi5Ete; , ' ' UFfirainPK WOMAN'S KPlTfON ONTARIO AROUS, JAN. 2. 1913 fl w As Fresh as Summer Roses in Early Dew Such are the groceries -,,,i at this store. The delicate aroma of the coffee, the delicious taste 6f the lutter all the apjctiinK points of Rood, sweet, clean food are carefully preserved at this grocery. Even our stock of canned and cHrton goods are kept to their lowest quantities that they may be constantly renewed. Ev ery thing is pure and cleanliness is next to godliness here. All our groceries are an delieiously fresh as a wild rose sparkling with dew on an early summer morning. Let a Trial Order convince you Send or come with an order, or phone to us and we will see that it has our best attention. "A com pany is known by the customers (hey keep." Ask your neighbor who she trades with. Wilson Bros. Best Wishes For 1913 May it be a Happy and a Prosperous Year to You ' j Entering the New Year We have an announceme...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

WOMAN'S EDITION ONTAIMO ARGUS, .TAN. 2, 1911 ONTARIO ARGUSl S3 tUBLiBUBD BVBHY Batered In the poetoffiot t Ontario Orwgon fro tranamireton throoghtat mail iim second -cleM matter. M. K. MAIN. Kditor and Proprietor WOMAN'S EDITION STAFF Bdltor-ln-Chlef. Mrs II II Whitney Editorial Manager .Mrs M. Qrelg Andstnnt Mra W. M Walker rtiislnooH Manager, Mrs C. C. DoPgO Foclety Kditor Mrs I, Ad.uu Associates: Mrs Kd. I'raser, Mi-. H. W. Oltniant, Mrs. M K. Newton,. Local Editor Mra C. I Kmeson Associates, Mrs. H.R.IJrauel, Miss Lb Vine Smith Editor of School Department Mrt. C. C. Dodge. Editor of Pioneer Depaprtmont Mrs. Jan. Lackey Associate Mrs. C- W. Mallctt Editor of KooeeoaM DapartBiant. Mrs W. J. Plnney Aoooelato Mrs. Coekroa Editor of Health Department Mrs. .1. W McCulloch Kditor Of Church Notes Mrs G. A Powie Advertising Committee: Mrs 8 D. Dorni.in Mrs. O, F H.uniele. Mrs. W. II BrOOfcSj Mrs. Van Petten. aboerlptJoo CoasoMttooi Mr, t w. ClnRKetf, Mrs Frad Sftoetrel. Mrs K M. Conklln...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

SUMMARY OF 1912 HAPPENINGS Many liven Is of Importance Chronicled For (he Year. nn- The firs week In January the p.. at office was niado a branch of the gov Ternini'iii postal fliiviiiKs hank Jan. i Hr ChapiM returns ii 'm i... r ithI sliow. brinulnir thn run sjorded to Ontario Coniiuercl-ii club! II""' ,7 for best exhibit. The Hem Irrigation District signs bonds for (he comnionceiuent of their Irrigation project- The Hlmk Canyon district VOt'it 10 bond (In' district for the amount to finance iholr proposition. Jin. 7. Men's Hellion and Firvard Juiu Movement hold their first meeting Id a- M B. church. Jan. 6 and 7. The worst anow sturm in ni.my ye.vs. j,n in 'iciiimi Station at oil wc'I. Gas fl.niH'H 77 feet high. jpri II Hrsl I"B ui aiidkc !'.'.- er Poultry Association. Jan II Itarritjgt of OUIe Adam .in.i Floyd Hlfir, Jan. I PliM n won by Commer cial rluli tOf Ix-Ht alfalfa exhibit ar rive'. JM 17. Ontario Advancement places I Bcroc of In ml adjoining On- ti: on Hi" maiket with lu...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

I WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS. JAN. 2, W13 Empire Lumber Co Ontario, Ore. We Carry the Largest Line of Building Material between Baker City and Boise FRUIT INDUSTRY THIS SECTION Continued from Page 1. the Snake river valley within n rad ius of 60 miles of Ontario, there are 70.000 acres of orchards, which In cludes both the Oregon and Idaho Sides of the river, while the unculti vated Isrnl will total far Into the hundreds of thousands of acres. Naturally, the section of the fruit growing districts that can produce the quantity as well as quality will be the one where the buyers In search of not airloads, but tralnloa 1s of apples, will come. The question of overproduction will not be a bug bear when this region begins the mar keting of fruit in aurh iiiiHiititles. The large markets will be of easier pecess than toduy. The old world will be a large consumer of the fruit that Is grown In the northwest and with th new railroad through to the coast this locality will be In easy reach ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

n ! WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS. JAN. 2, 1913 A Bright Spot in Ontario, She Moore Hotel Moore opened May 4th the building and every thing in it is new. For conveniehce it's an hour ahead of the clock. Tin' location is in the heart of the city and just across from the Post Office, We ask only $1.50 per day for room and bath 75c and $1.00 without bath a maximum of convenience at a minimum of cost. Why pay more and receive less? We have the invitingdining room of the city. Our prices are very moderate. ,.. All will cede the Moore buffet, billiard and pocket billiard parlors in advance of towns three times Ontario's size. When you visit Ontario, stop at the Moore. We invite the moral and financial support of both local transient busi ness, In making the Moore loom up as a bright spot in Ontario, we invite the good will of one and all. We have efficient service throughout the house. Make your wants known and we will do the rest. We invite you to make Ontario's new and modern hotel your...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

i , 10 WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS, JAN. 2, 1918 Ontario Public Schools By Prof. B. O. Bailey. with more than ordinary pride On tario views tho scnoola of this com munity: this pride Is due to the solid growth, the rapidity of growth, the excellent management and the con sistent effort upon the part of every teacher to make her work the work of the community as a whole. For It Is not often every teacher of a corps tha alee or this works each In her place with ns little suggestion of friction s do the Ontario teachers Under uch circumstances It is not to be wondered at that the reputation of the Ontario school as an educational Institution Is reaching actu two states, and It Is not too troug a state ment to say that within the next five years Ontario will be the jtrcat Indus trial school center of the Inland em pire: for It expects, and the manage ment purposes to keep pace with the educational revolution which Is chang ing the old order of things with a rapidity few people take ti...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

s f) ft WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS, JAN. 2. 1913 SCHOOLS. n um Willi l.nnKnniroA! L. Latin ami l,,,lr lR,rtc ,ft,W5- f h"'lll t' eliminated ricllll tllxtl IT.Xlicrs' convention. I'raotlr-al iLobtema nhoiitd !" auMtltlltM ., ...... I. ,.!.,, ..t. while directly In line fihp :mi I' '" revolution In ednea- H, mplhcilH. Ix nltoKCtlier too rx- I1 "' . I-I t ,,. Mw.llirht- In tlte "iilli"ii .m """' ' p,", i ...ti Af ii rneellt meet. . .r. n " . . ' -- --- --- t'nti,. Ontario Woman's rial) thif Ltinn wm dlicuiaed, and a rtechl i 1 .,. .. ,1... ....!.. I .. . 1.....1.I tvlull .'tltll'l'l V tO IM . . ... . ..i.....i i,i .. ,iii fltll I "' IUHUIOI "!' "I .-.iii- Wlul- it I; believed that the I., on into ""' pniiiic hhiooih V il.l I ... nlwia tu rt lfl-11'll ii-ini"-'" '. -..""..: Lg, ,tM nnien io mi- i..-nn.-M. ii ib ill fli.lt 111" VHIlie "I Ule I'UI- rt ahonld not Im unrieren- Jd. :itiI tkm s" Bwetplng an 10 will '"' ;1 ill""!"'"""! iu nit- .virion IE nnntrv 11s has lieen the old Zmbm to...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 January 1913

10 Ontario Public Schools WOMAN'S EDITION ONTARIO ARGUS, .TAN. 2, 1918 By Prof. K. O. Bailey . Bailey. i lege entrance require inary pride On-1 made as practka Mercantile Company uib com- of studv win " e solid , reiuMitll th i thu "" ' ' ( or IWI Jk IIICUI We have a complete stock of General Merchandise and make every, department a specialty. FARM IMPLEMENTS are a leading feature with us and the only complete line in Ontario. We need your business and will make your wants our constant study. Write us for infor f ormation on anything you need. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Fleeces, Outings and Flannelettes 25c Fleece Down 15c Robe Flece All Outings Flannelette 17c 12Jc He She Dress Goods 36 in. Wool Serge 45c 54 in. Gray Wool Suiting Regular Price 1. 25 Sale Trice 90c 36 in. Brown Wool Suiting. Reg ular Price 75c. Sale Price 45c is in. White Wool Serge. Regular Price $1.25. - Sale Price 95c 48 in. Wl.ite Serge. Regular $1.25 value. Sale Prio 90c 52 in. Broadcloth, Black, Blue, Red, Green, Ta...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 January 1913

n. ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon m Qrtbxtto mm -r Ontario Arjruw leadfl in Prestige, merit and Circula tion. Watch us grow The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOU'MK XVI. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1918. NO. HOWELL CONCERT CO. AT DREAMLAND Sunday NiKht, January 12 One of the Best Companies On the Road The llU"WP" Concert company Vj nppnr at Dreamland theatre. o-r evening January 1 If yoo pun''".' --- jtljnv if"" (I IIHIHlf thin will he ii tre.it fnr T0I1 I ' llnllnwell company bus l,D psople Wltfe them mII trHliioH Builrlans and the press has bom very ,.,. U praising their entertalumone. Ths Dreamland management has plicf.1 the tlokcte at "." eenta lor nil MrU "I 'be house. hloli la very rasajtwhle for th ia olm of entertain PfOt. AND WIN CLUB HOLD BUSINESS SESSION Tb regular meeting of the Work Hi) Win Hub oai held .Innnary 2nd ittha library, the ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 January 1913

BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON C. S. MELLEN At UM Oft) election In Ashland O. H. Johnson was elected mayor and ths town went dry by a vote of 405 for Uwnsr and 1366 against. A plan Is on foot with the people of Coqullle and Bandon to form a Port of Han. l,.n for the purpose of Improv ing the lower Coqullle river. Attorney General Crawford has held that the eight hour law paused by the people at the last general election la Told because of the absence of aa enacting clause. The Oregon branch of the Americas Poultry Association waa organised at Eugene by the adoption of a roastltu Uon and bylaws and by the nomination Of set of officers. 1. 0. Keels of Ogden. Utah, ha been clerted president of the Sumpter Valley railroad and other Oregon In stitutions recently controlled by hit father, the late David Eccles. Mrs. Nancy Whlteaker, wife of the first governor of Oregon, died at Ru gene In her eighty-fifth year. Mrs. Whlteaker crossed the plains from MIsHourl with her husband in 1862. Circuit Judge ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 January 1913

0. BMvnaiWHM IMIBBaHMHMWMMmMHnmMHiaHMnBWto. WITH BARGAINS MORE LIBERAL THAN EVER, YOU SHALL PROFIT BY ATTENDING BOYER'S CLEARANCE SALE lH If m 1 I Iff ' iu li 14 1 'JrtHfvv Be Sure and Visit Our Clearance Sale, in Every Department January 10th to 19th CLOAKS, SUITS, DRESSES, FURS, SWEATERS, MILLINERY, SKIRTS, DRESS, GOODS, CHILDREN'S COATS, KNIT GOODS, MEN'S OVERCOATS r :l Up to $25 and $35 Tailored Suits Now Sell at $7.50 to $19.75 These suits have been arranged for personal inspection. Dresses at $4.95 to $19.75 Coats at $4.95 to $19.75 Thase lines particularly are worthy of your spe cial attention. All are stylish models made of good cloths in the latest shades. One Hundred Trimmed Hats $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 (iet a new hat for mid-winter wear. (Jet one of these Practical Keconiag Hats that we are now (leaning out at a fraction of their worth Come in all colors. Can match any suit, dress or gown. Clearance of Outing Flannel at 6c Clearance of Dress Suiting at 12k Clearance of...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 January 1913

ONI ARIO ARGUS PUBLitHUD BV1HY THUHSDAT Entered in the pnstuhVe at Ontario, Orwgon, for tnammSmkm through the alia M sec. nd -class mutter. M. E. RAIN. Editor and Proprietor Miner Falls Down Shaft KHlogg. Hans Alfnrnes. a miner nt the, Hunker Hill & Sullivan, plnyed in luck when he allpped and fell down the shaft, fin feet to the bottom. When la comrades arrived on the spot Al fwnes' feet were protruding from a lie of muck, hts body being entirely OTered. He was extricated and found to hnve sustained no broken hones and none the worse for his long tumble. BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON John Lee. a pioneer of 1I4T, It aval at his home in Forest Orove. The finest poultry show erer held la Oregon City was opened Saturdaj t the armory. County Clerk R. D. Allen of Marlon county was found dead In the T. M C. A. swimming tank at flnlera. Francis H. Irwin of Hood River com Itted suicide by shooting hlmsell through the head with a revolver. John Francis Smith, one of the ear Rest and best known pi...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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