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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 May 1916

Business I'lhSKI ". I PHH I' Ii IN' 1 NO vi:. Cutarl.K Oregon I NVw Wilnon Block. OS i I I r. lii. Paulina Seaia Grmni..' ' Ottoo Wife ll. MISTS nit w I I'll. 1 172 lit I). I BRI i -t.. dooi BU mi it it r poi J.. II. I ll .i i i I., hi.: To lb i for ili' tot in tin will hi thi -n rot- era of the couuty at the prluury elec t,..n r. n. i'.i I. i oh "i i nu st iti:it. To the voters of Malheur i uiinty. I hereby uuuouuce myself us a can didate for the uoiiiliiaiuni of Count) Treuurer subject to il.i' will of the Republican voters at the primary lection H. H. WII.I.1AM8. I'OK KKPRKHKNTATIVK. I hereby announce that I will be candidate for the off ce of Joint rep reaentatlve for Malheur and Harney Countlea, subject to the will of the republican elector at the oouitug primaries. P. J. PHILLIPS. VOR COUNTY THKA8LKKK I hereby announce mynelf a candi date for the nomination for the office of County Tr asurer of Malheur County, Oregon, uubject to the will of the Republican elector at the coming...

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. — 18 May 1916

HOW IT IMPRESSED FRUIT GROWERS ADVENTISTS TO HOLD THEIR CAMP MEETING At Boise from May 18 to 28 for This District. AN ONTARIO GIRL NOT DISHEARTED When She Saw the of a Nation. Birth As you know, thore w-prc several pupili from the Slh grade who went to Holse on Thursday, April L'Oth, to w U)' iduw "T1k Birth of a Nation. " ThlVliiy was produced by Griffith nil Is one of tin- most lUVVMstnl photoplays ever written. We had a hard tl hut finally MM tied ;n getting Htarted. After reaching nolae we (ttrln took rooms In the Bristol Motel We then weal to din ner nt the v w c A. In llM onrlv afternoon hefore the matinee I toik music lesson. At two o'clock we went to the Pinnoy theatre whore the photoplay wan to he held. Mr. Leee who m kind enoiiRh to chaperon us, procured scats for the Ontario chil dren In one row. The pictures wpre the bent I have ver MM "The Mirth of a Nation" la tnki'ii from the book "The t'lans nion," by Thomas Dixon, Jr. There U quite a hit of the play that not follow ...

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. — 25 May 1916

(Bnimw ftrgptt. i H VOL. JKI ONTARIO. MALHEUR COUNT, OBJ 6V, Thursday, may an, ivio. No. 81. r Wm SCHOOL DAYS END WITH COMMENCEMENT Class of Nineteen Sixteen . m, , r i KoCCIVe I heir Diplomas Thursday Niht The elan of nineteen alxteen of the Ontario high school passed out of the embrace of that Institution last Thursday evening when the twenty-two members of which It was composed received their diplomas from the hands of Mr. McCulloch. Miss Mable DeFoe was the vall dlrtorlan and Nera Bllllngaly the aalutatorlan of the class, both deliv ering very good addresses. Rphraim Harriot also gave good speech on the budget system of gov ernment, liriirn Dennli VMS the speaker of the evening giving an ad dress that will not soon be forgotten by the claaa nor by those who were not mnmlters of the class. The room waa beautifully decor ated due to the efforta of the Juniors who hsd spent much time and work In filing things up. The assembly room waa crowded to Its capacity early In the evening an...

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. — 25 May 1916

I "I' V. . ARMY nUYH MOUNTS A Memorial Day Poem NU Carload of Steed Taken at Cald well Inapetlon Tlila Time. A GOOD RECORD Some people make a record of talking into a phonograph. Mine was made by giving "the best for the money and a square deal to all." Suits made to order, and prices to suit all pocketbooka. Cleaning and pressing, promptly and properly. Edward Cope LADIES AND GENTS TAILORS Opposite the Post office I'honc 1M W Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Everhart's HAVE YOUR SPRING SEWING STARTED Vtti Perfectly Fitted Corset A Nu Bone at the Conet Parlor in the Annex Block, back of the M. M. Store A garment guaranteed again! mating or breaking SARAH L. CAIN Prop. HALrWILD TURKEYS will lmprovo your flock, they have alio and vigor, free from disease $5.00 .r setting, others $20.00 per hundred Ontario Produce Co. For Artesian or Natural ICE Call up COLD STORAGE The Only Sanitary lea in Town I'hone I 7 -It ONTARIO JOHNNY Suffolk Punch Stallion Niauds at hla ranch near On tario, fro...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 May 1916

I The Store Where You Find Just What YouWant tWi owccon j PBy Worth More Petticoats 'ninplftn Una of popular now petticoat In hiImo, Heather blooms and silk taffetas In all the new colors, with twelve Inch flounces trimmed with tuck and pleated ruffles. Pric ed $1, 1.25, 1.75, 2.50, 3.50, 5.00 Fine Kid and Silk Gloves Rplendld valuea In our spring line of kid glove and from one of the bent manufacturers In the United States. Also we say the same thins; of our Clark's silk gloves. Smart Millinery 1)D not overlook our splondid variety of hats for your choos lag and especially while our apodal sale Is on millinery SHOES The real shoe values you will find here while leathers are so high. We are leaving out the profit to give you the same quality U before. You will find In our shoes no cut off vamps or paper. All aolld, good wearing, good fitting, good looking, reasonably priced. Mr Ontario lm W( OREGON J I B-sCsMrmaVaMl.MJJKaBlllllllMBMJJllMMlKMXlllJaJJLP""""lMIDl $790 CashF.O.B. LaPore...

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. — 25 May 1916

I The Ontario Argus M. E. BAIN, Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance 1-ul.lNl.r.l Every Thursday. ntered In the Post Office at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through (he malls "icond class mall matter Wliat are we doing for thli town' WliM sre wo doing to puoli It along, to ninke It something more than Just dot on the map? Ask yourn.lf the question first, and then ask oth ers, and keep on asking until we lo cate the cause of our back ward MM and take steps to remedy the defects This la not a drifting age, and the town that la content to Just drift along will soon learn that there g no place left In which to even drift. It Is not a lack of brains, because our people are blessed with an MM dance. It may be, however, that we lack the Initiative that Is necessary In keep pace with the more thriving and prosperous communities of the rmnitry. If so, we should at MM correct our fault and move forwaril Wo should grasp every opportunity for Improvement and expansion that...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 May 1916

ERITY ABUNDANCE istw&aaaV an to ocean in the country re working overtime. The nan that can make things, or improve is great. Wages mere' crops have been good high. neant prosperity. 1 the nation as a whole does ou unless there is also pros i. Let's increase this home take the week of June 12th ainted with our neighbors, ies of our home community, idy ways and means of im -tunities and turning them s for home folks. I ssts of every home your home, the physicians home, iome, the farm home every inity are closely tied to the amunity. As one is happy are benefitted. As you, rous, so we all are. be celebrated in every nook section of this country, has are going to take part in it. tiity, the things which make greater health and happiness vaized and demonstrated. inouncement next week and See the big program of its. There will be pleasure rybody. Prosperity is here r and lay plans to increase it always. It can be done. sperity Week th to 17th THE PAID LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS FOR 8ALR Rid...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 May 1916

S Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE--Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY IV With each 50 centa purchase and this roupnn you will be upon mi VOTKS. entitled to 2,000 APPLE ORCHARD SUFFERS LIITLE Payette Valley Farmer Re ports Small Damage to His Crop. JINTTRA NEWS. New Plymouth, May tO Quite re markable I the atateroent made by Lawrence P Uorathy that hla IB-acre apple orchard cacaped almoat entirely any damage during tho recent freeze and that lie will have a big crop of aweet cherrloa alao. Thla aplendld orchard which eacaped the attention of "Jack Froat" so miraculously Ih of Ihe "Delicious" variety -n apple which, of late yeara, haa come Into high favor In the aaatern market and alwayit oommanda a high price a a table apple. Mr. Dorathy aUte he haa aprayed and will be obliged to do cooaldera ble thinning later on. and that hla amall frulta will yield good returns Ilia Jonathan npples were badly hurt, alao hla peachnH and nprlcot Mr Dorathy la one of the energe...

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. — 25 May 1916

Business Directory PHYSICIAN DRfl. PRINKING WEK8B Ontario, Oregon Office In New Wilton Block. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriot Soar Dr. Pauline Sears Graduates American School of Oiteo pathr, Kirktville, Mo. Wllaon Block. Telephone 164 Blk VWWMAVrAAAArVAMrrVMfAAArArM DENTISTS DR. W. O. HOWE - . - DENTIST Phone. Office 117 Wllaon Bldg. Roa. 1171 UR. I). C. BRKTT DENTIST Oflloe 2nd door East of Ontarl Phar macy od Nevada Avenue, Near R. R. Depot. UNDERTAKING J. H. FARLEY Funeral dlreetov and embalmer. Lady aiiietant Phone 132-W. Ontario, Oregon ATTORNEYS. W. H. Brooke, Wllaon Bldfl. Attorney at Law Ontario Or C. McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Court Notary Public. Office Orer Poetofflw LESLIE J. AKEB LAWYER Room , Flrat National Bank Bldg Ontario, Oregon. Mcculloch wood LAWYER8 Rooma 1-2-3 First Natl Bank Bldg Ontario, Oregon. R. W. Swagler Attorney at Iw. Rooma 11-14-11 Wllaon Bldg Ontario Oregon. P. J. UAI,DAUIIKH LAWYER Roomi In Wllron Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. LEGAL...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 May 1916

PORTLAND LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT (Monday Poi Jam) Reporter) An Increase of 10,000 hogs to date till month and over 40.000 gn'n for the year looks aa If not all tlir lion raisers had "absolutely'' gone out of litiKlneni vet The past week wasn't very strong a far aa prices were conr-erin-d llnmly a nine-cent level was maintained nfler MoBdO) .mil frningThursduv f4)5 wbk alioni the top. Hog trade opened up briskly this morning on n rtirtniled receipt hasla. yulte a number of hogs were wo'gli I up lo packers on arrival. bejOfl being anxious for their supplies Packers' first bids were at $8 fto nml I8.9B. hut as high as $9 00 and $9 10 on nn excellent load was realized later as the market warmed up Hut Skate1 hid was up to 9.10 on onlln mry quality Hulk of the pneker stuff was, however, bought at I8.IG and $9 00 The bulk of hoga sold Saturday at $8 90 to 8 9fi, a week ago at $9 0ft to $9 1 ft, a month ago at $9 00 to 99 0ft. a year ago at $7 95 to $x 1ft. two years ago at 18 20 to $8 3f...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 June 1916

(Bnt&tw &ir0tt& me 3) vol.. 90 ONTARIO, MM II! I II ( (II MV. (iRICOOR, THUMMDAY, .11 MI I. MM i no. n. ONCE DREAD RAIDER DIES TUESDAY Colonel .John Mosby, Con federate Leader of Mos by's Men In War. Washington, ). C , May 30. Col nni'l .I11I111 Mimhy died thin morning at Oarflold hospital. He hnd been crit cully III wlnco Sunday, with n complication of diseases. Colonel MoHhy, tli sponsor of "MoHby'H Men" and one of the last of the dashing figures of the Civil war, was UM originator of the Moaby met hod of warfare; to use only pick ed men ami lo make each man aeetn n hundred. Ho dangerous wuh he to the North that he war declared an outlaw and at firat denied the right of surrender at the end of the war. Later he practiced law until he waa made consul at Hong Kong. On hi- return In 1885, he waa put on t In legal ataff of the Southern Purl ru in :..in 1 Hi' reaigned and leek a pluc In tlie general land of fice, Investigating land frauds. In I'.inri he entered the depurtme...

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. — 1 June 1916

Like Gi for corrtfori and convenience NEW PEi&ECTJON OIL C00MTOVE No coal, wood or nshea to lug no waiting for the fire to burn up. Bet ter cooking because of the steady, evenly-distributed heat, under perfect control. All heat concentrated on the cook ing and ndt radiated around the room. The long, blue chimneys prevent all smoke and smell. ll.kfo, bulla, mull, tosats. Mnra efnriant than your wood or coal nova and coala Irna to opatatt. ASK YOUR DIALI TODAY. STANDARD OIL COMPANY lrllaiiali) For Best Results Use Pearl Oil Better cooking and a cleaner, cooler kitchen. Now serving 2,000,000 homes In 1. 2. S and 4 burnsrilies.wltb or without ovan. Alao cablnat m nd ala with PirrUit Cooking Ovens. For Sale by Ontario Hardware Co. The Ontario Meat Co. Phone 54 Has the only refrigerated market In Ontario. Alao hat the low aat prices. Monday of each week we will have special price on all Hoae Leaf products and will bn known aa Itoit Leaf day. Tuesday pot roasts, bolls and steaks, Wedne...

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. — 1 June 1916

p Business Directory PHYH1CIANH DnS. PRINZINO WKESB Ontario, Oregon Office in New Wlleon Mock. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriet Seara Dr. Pauline Sean Oailtiutos American School of Otteo pathr, Kirksvllle, Mo. Wilenn Block. Telephone 154 Wk issNf1v,wwi ATTORNEYS. W. ll Brooke, Wlleon Hid, Attorney at Law Ontario Ore C. McOONAOILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice- in All Court Notary Public. Office Over Poetoffir LfcxiAL Nimim day of May, 1916. BEN J. BROWN, Sheriff. Ily ROH8 A. BO WARD, Deputy. First publloat on May 11, 1916; Init publication June H, 1116. UKML NOTICKH. DKNTIHTH DR. W. O. HOWS DBNTIRT I'honee. Wlleon Bids. omce 117 Ree. 1172 DR. 1). C IIIIKTT dentist Office Sue door Eaat of On'arl Phar macy on Nevada Avenue, Nenr R. R. Depot. LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER Room 9, Flrat National Rank Ontario, Oregon. Bl.l,: McCCLLOCHA WOOD LAWYERS Rooma 1-2-3 Flrat Natl Bank Bl.ig Ontario, Orejron. II. W. Hwngler Attorney at I . KcmiiiM ia ll ID Wlleon Bldi Ontario Oregon WIWSVAI.MIWSSV UNDER...

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. — 1 June 1916

mi a . and private capital." in DrSfOB Instpnd of more J. lit? Iir,ciriO AlKUtS "Dorolopmsat eaa IM oarrlod itaUon , in only OBI of IWO wnya, SOthSf by Wliv not look at tie e QUMUoni Make Life Brighter and The Day's Work Lighter PR0SPE limn I lie standpoint of Riving tho BtorO opiiirUinltlPH for om ploymenl Instead ' more I tlon? labor regulation Ibwb and factory Inspection lawn ever i one ladaatry or gloa ""' hitman lieing emiliiMiient? Kovai nini'iit oxin'i ip and operation M. K. BAIN, PubHshtr, Subscripl mi $1.00 a year Always in advanco or by the employment of prlvnt l It ml work 111 BBdtt Hi"' lOOORttYt ol to propprty." "it la to tha Intel i . ol the whole roantry that 001 i r powor he devnlopi'd bh rnpidly and I . i en i iy aa poMlble " i 1 1. .ii the ehlef spostls ol oon orvatloa i la Plachot and govon merit owner hip, .it.i ipslllng go ernment with a Mk "QV I'uIiIMmiI Kvorjr Tlim ! it Ry Installing an IS HERE IN A Entered In tha I tl OOtai D, On on, for truti-iuiHsion throas...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 June 1916

'ERITY ABUNDANCE J U)E AT 2 P. M. 5c SPECIAL TERNOON BIG FREE PROS ai'ated Ontario Orchestra 8 p. m. H5E FREE BIO COMMUNITY )N MONROE SMOCK WILL AD PHE PICNIC GROUNDS MOV AY AND EVENING 5 CENTS. CARNIVAL DAY rTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS the auspices f the Axillae Amuae- )Ueill with tlic Inspiring patriotic : AND ARTILERY DRILL adefl and demonstratious in quick cnowned Amu euaeul Aggregation uic if the US MOBILIZATION IT, in the marvelous Mid bair rail rAINST THE FLAMES. tof. 0. Heatire, In death-defying iidc nil luallcil OOF OF THE MOOBE HOTEL. ml iiMiniit named Prof. Heaire will parapet of the bighest building In ,nU ui water In the street below. ud Furious, open air exhibitions oi or yu n.- and dd, and at night DANCE rarnisal spirit, and denied oiih to pate with ran, frolic and ooatwma. li spirits oaaeiitial hi oity jail will be thrown awa 00 i;tv. Thai will be bundled with all Workaday world and dumped bod faces and pessimistic dispositions ario mi the big, rousing, oloaing day , Satur...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 June 1916

- SMmmmmMWsWkBSmmWsWsmbWmmmssmmssm Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With each GO rent" purchase and this coupon you will be rntitlrd to l!,00u VOTKS. A 15yu.see Stars in. Haie. PcrnovA FX BUSHMAN W4 IVIOL r )MAY u '0V .if la.aM'-""'. WJ0 at y out best theatre andyou-Pet ALFALFA PASTURE m i in' torn OM DollM per month RYE PASTURE Wiimii ttirr it ntf Om tici :.t t ai.ii iiaif u mouth F. S. BAILEY riitiuc 20 n a POSTAL SAVINGS LIMIT NOW $1000 "Larger pout a I saving deposits i will now lp acreptPd at Hip pontof- rire," road nn official hullotln or tin- l'tn rt ni.-n t it t Wellington Jtmt riMflvi'd hy l'ontmtlHtir Uregg. "This In made possible ly an Im portant amondnient to the postal, savings act. A postal paving" de-. pohiinr may now have an ! iimotiiii inK t $1000 upon which In i.i. t will he paid. Formerly 500l wan the maximum amount he Mali aft '' hi" credit. Tills HllriMW If I ..f postal savings facllltlea will he tery qrat...

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. — 1 June 1916

CHARLEY HAINES DIES AT PORTLAND Charles A Haines, postmaster of Narrows, Harney county, and promi nent In the development of the Mm tral section of the state, died at Port land Surgical hospital, at two o'clock Friday morning He bad been 111 only a abort time. In 1892, when a boy of 20, Mr. Haines loft Mm home at New Marlon, Ind , for the Wwt. He choae Ore ton an the land of greatest promlae, and located In Harney county, when he oppned a mercantile afore at Ner rowa. The business haa been con tinuously In operation under his management alnce that time. Proa perlty came to the young easterner. Tew men of central Oregon were more widely Known. In Harney county, In addition to hla mercantile Interests, he wan the owner of much real estate. For some time paat he had served as vice president of the First National Hunk of Munis, and for more than 10 eara he lias been postmaster of Narrows. Mr. Haines was 44 years of age, and la survived by his wife and three children, all of whom were pr...

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. — 1 June 1916

MtM.uN llt STIttU, lll.VIKW The Week's Htorlen About Kilter prtneN, Payrolls, Industrie-- and 'iiiininiliil Development Kiilem Instead l)f cloflr.ii. Other Institutions, the Oregon Insane aaylnm will return $40,000 of Its maintenance fund M unexpended. Mcdfnrd voti,i SM0II b it to tart construction of district hullt railway. Wnrrentoti ('lay Products pany bulbllim rnllroinl to claypttH. Seaside upon bids Jiini' third M $20,000 union blub school :i ., ojt in rot on 1160,000 ooaa ty road tflVinl ' Nawpol WmM t.irtn ea i factory Jane I. Iloppner In to haw largo Ire stor age plant. Yoncalla roMIiik brio hotal canbj rataa I It, 000 for water jratcni Baaaban Umaatoai unarm ploy 30 men. Albany- $20,000 loganberry plant assured nnd math jury ordered Two bones are to be thrown lo Oregon -one labelled "30 per MM for UM counties," nnd the other "20 per cent for tb MkMl fun''." MM to be knavtcd some time In tlio fu ture when $0,000,000 or morn has been id tot others the bones arc shadowy. Orego...

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. — 8 June 1916

1 ie dhttoto tm. vol.. ao ONTARIO, MA LH Kill COUNTY, OREGON, TIU'RHDAY. .11 vk h, nun. NO. ) V ! II b PROSPERITY ON WAY TO OCEAN SHORE Map Shows Sheep Raising and Lumber Inter efts Humming BahKon's map of tin- country, showing change In business condi tion Mince a month ago, Indicate that the yellow zone of prosperity has moved westerly from the eastern bortMl f Oregon and Washington to nearer the central portion of these state. Itovlval of mining, bet ter time In the sheep Industry, con tinued forward trend of the lumher Industry, Increased sale In all linen and nrtlvltle In shipbuilding on tide water are ascribed aa the reasons, giving hope that It will reach the coast line within another month. PROCLAMATION M MAYOR. To the rilliena of the City of On On tareo: Whereas by executive proclamation of the president of the United States and of the governor of thla atate, Wednesday, the 14th day of June, haa bean eat apart and designated aa "Flag Day." Therefor I ask the cltlien of 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. — 8 June 1916

1 ) 1 l E SILK WAIST MONDAY AND FRIDAY Extra values for Monday and Friday, the materials are Crepe de Chine, Silk Pongee, Striped Tub Silk and Handsome Silk Lace over China Silk. The colors are Rose, Maise Green, Alice, White and flesh, sizes 34 to 44, long sleeves and convertible collars, values to $7.50, Prosperity Week Monday and friday . $3.69 Silk Gloves FRIDAY 16-button length, all Silk Gloves, $1 to $1.25 values, Prosperity price friday ... 69c PONGEE WAIST TUESDAY . in fancy stripes with convertible collar, with long sleeves, sizes 36 to 44, an excellent waist for street and outing wear as they are tub and sun proof, values to $4.00 Prosperity price . $2.48 Another lot, odds and ends, as long as they last, Prosperity price Tuesday . . . 98c Men's Felt Hats ALL THE WEEK One big lot to choose from in staple colors of black, brown and tan, $3.00 values, Prosperity price all the week . . . $1.00 WOMEN'S NECK WEAR FRIDAY Silk crepe tubing neck cwd, assorted Omber shades with pear...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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