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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 27 November 1913

ONI ARIO ARGUS PUBLiHHED EVEKY THURSDAY Kni. n. I in the piiNtciflic" at Ontario Oreiron. for tranatniriKioa tktMfft the mail aa aeeoml-claaa matter. M. E. BAIN. Puhliahrr. Brief News of the Week In an attempt to reduce th prlre of IK" from 47 to 32 cent. tli tnemher of thp t'hlriiiro Clean Food Cluh began a two weeka' boycott of pkk dealer. Summer ksu-1) and parasols displac ed fura and flannpla In Chicago fol lowing thp hllstard that recently swept the entire country eaat of thp Rooky mountalna. A mighty army of women recruited from ail ovtw the country will Invadp thp national capital at the end of the wpek for tha forty-fifth annual con vention of tha National American Wo nan Suffrage Aaaoclatlon. Bottled llijucirx were aold by the bliahel nt YoiiiikhIowii, Ohio, when Ml saloon and wholeanle liquor hounea ended Imalne bncnuan the proprle lor had failed to obtnln llcenaps. Thp llarvnrd football tpnm of 1BI3. with Charles K llrlekley, fullback. playing In the atpllar role, eatabll...

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. — 27 November 1913

Ontario Pharmacy Special this Week Floating Castile Soap 24b. Bar 35c Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks V LOCAL NEWS Holiday goods are being put oo display in the stores around town and reminds one that it is about time to shop early and avoid the final rush. Mrs. E. Zimmerman, of Port land is visiting at the A. Zim merman home. The ladies of the Episcopal Guild are meeting every Thurs day at the Carter House parlor and are very busy sewing for a bazaar to be held on or about December 11.' Dainty and use ful Christmas gifts, hand em broidery and crochet are their special efforts, also a number of pretty caps, aprons and childrens clothing. Any special orders will be promptly attended to by calling Mesdames E. A. Fraser, Chapman or Goldbacher. Watch for place later. Verna Chambers is here from Portland for a short visit with his father, George W. Chambers. Frank and Maggie McCarthy, arrested here by Marshal Odell, were taken to Lincoln county, Washington, Tuesday to answer to a charge o...

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. — 27 November 1913

Buy your Meat at The ONTARIO MARKET and get the best the market affords Something New and Something Nice We, the Oregon Packing Co., are presenting to our customers a very desirable line of premiums such as displayed in our window. All you have to do to get one of these valuable prizes is to trade with us. If you have not already got one of our premium books, we want you to have one it costs nothing and is indeed very valuable to every housekeeper. Thank you. H. H. TUNNY, Proprietor Summons In the Circuit Court of the Stnte of Oregon, for the County of Mal heur, H. O. 8. Smith Plaintiff. VI. It-hum U. Anderson, otherwlin known an I. Q, Anderion, W. E. Walters, and Ida Wiiltera, hia wife. Defendants To Iibam O. Andenon otherarisa known mm I. (. Andcrann of the above mimed defendant. In thename of the State of Oregon : You are hereby required to appear and anawer the noraplalot Hied agalnut you in the above entitled anit by Saturday the 27tb day of December. 1911 or for want thereof p...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 27 November 1913

) ASKSGERMANYTO HALT NAVAL PLANS Churchill Proposes Cessation of Building Battleships. WOULD RELIEVE TAXPAYERS 8uggeti That Germany and England Build No Vaaaala For Ona Yaar Be liavaa That Smallar Nationa Would Follow Example of Greater Powora. Situation In Europe la Now Clearing. London. Wlnaton Churchill, the first lord of the admiralty. In behalf of the English government haa made a spe clflc offer to Germany of a year'a "na v:il holiday," wherein both nationa would agree to halt the construction of battleships. Widespread interest was aroused by the proposal, and much significance Is attached to the offer, which was made while he waa discussing the naval ex penditures of $375,000,000 a year and warning the nation of the Inevitably heavy increase In armuuienta If the rivalry continued. The pith of his sieeoh was contained In this paragraph: , "Now, we say lu all friendship and alncerlty to our great neighbor, Ger many: If you will put off beginning to build your two ships for twe...

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. — 27 November 1913

HOW THEY STOOD ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19 HOW THKY 8TAND Mabel Wanton .30,510 Fred Ruttler 4,500 Ella Brosnsn 182,920 Wilmoth Curry 53,900 C. C Dor go 2,735 Frank Dorraan 45770 ThurziftErickJon 27,510 0. A. Fi.-M 7420 Mm. L. B. Fry 2,375 V. V. Ilickox 2,710 H. W. Hoopes 2720 Gretohen Hailey 209,491 Mrs J A Hogan 14,2!") Jennit Hodgkina 7490 J oli ii Hunt 2900 O. A. Koslmick 05,200 P. K. Koeuig MM II EKeater 2,200 Maude Kidd 757750 Ethel McNulty 95730 II M. Mets 2,940 R.G. McAnnick 2,110 V. W. Mursden 87 1,970 Eld en Mndrlen 81100 Mrs Winnie Minster 1,089,748 Maggie Moody 78,771 I) T MatiHker H22.U20 Mrs. Florence O'Connor 744 422 Nettie Peterson 120,301 Mrs. W. II. Raver 489,011 Mra A Htut.ner 48,980 Mra. JooKtaploH 3,050 HetHy Taylor 12H.035 Ruth Test 86y880 Mrs. Winnie Wimloni 119,188 F. Winston 11,880 Mrs. H. 0, W" in! v ..i Hi 881,688 Mrs. John Weaver ,7h5 Dotlie Ward 870988 Mamie Walters 188,818 Mr Harry Williams 81,400 Mi-h A. imiuoriuan 30,225 Fr.ii, k Van Pollen 23007 NVMMA. (leo...

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. — 4 December 1913

ONTARIO The Pivotal PoM of the Great Interior of EASTERN OREGON Qtdxxfo The Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow mm vm. The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVI ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1913. NO. 48 CANYON COUNTY FAIR TO BE FINANCED BY THE COUNTY Enterprising Citiztns from Every Section of Canyon County Favor Plan Under Way to Have Fair Taken Over and Operated By the People as Whole. (Boise Statesman. Not. 27.) CAUJWELL The Cakiyrm County fair will continue to be one of the beat county expositions in the weit and will hereafter have the undivided support of Conyon county In Ita en tirety, according to realdenta of this aectlon who have returned recently from different aectlona of the county The people am a whole are enthusi astic over the results obtained through the exploitation of the coun ty's resources and are anxious that the present m...

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. — 4 December 1913

I F V C F T C ONTARIO ARGUS PUniiiSMKI) KVKKY TTlt.'KHDAY Intend In tin- pontofficf nt Ontario Ornoton, fur trnnTniMu throti tl matin an wi-ond-dawi Better. M. ft MAIN. PuliliMlHT. Thr ( Iregon Parmer, i publics Hon of (he Btste I mtnigi stlon Commission is just off tbs pre ihmI topits will be supplied free ol barge to snons Interested, Jt jh ii careful ropiinn' if (be agricultural situation In Oregon end contains u vast amount ol valuable Information for ivory farmer in the state, Farmers land pbullrymen will be Iven an opportunity to see the famooi champion hip hens ol tbe Otegou Agricultural col logg during Partners' eetk, Dee mbei 8 t 18, A utility pnul trv shnw will be can led On In oonneetioo with tbe oourss, opening ou Tueaday and con tfnuing until Friday evening, Tbe champion beui w ill I hibited nl this poultry rh . n a liei i let, Althougti I will be many otber sttrsctivs feattii 1 1, admit i hi to i be In ni w ill be free, P tultry lec ; nii) deinoni I ti mi will be givi ...

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. — 4 December 1913

1 For Thanksgiving And Every Day Festivities Do justice to the national bird and yourself. Cetone of our Carving Sets.. If your tableware needs ren ovating see us before Xmas and avoid the rush. W . W. LETSON ONTARIO, 200 Acres for Sale OR TRADE Fifty acres has been seeled to alfali Some buildin All under fence. Railroad line through tract On Snake . Well drained bench land. EJ pumping plant can be installed for ' ))cr aero. Will cut up to suit buyer. Address Box 128, BUTTER WRAPPERS Must Be Printed We are printing mure wrappers than any other two offices in his section. There is a reason. We have the machinery, t. id workmen ni ai d we ta! " the same ear.1 with Butter wrap)'':., i. do with wedding in ..lions. Take your next order of Butter Wrappers to the A Complete Line of raaht0 &fotumirn: At the Argus Office m A. McWILLIAMS. Proprietor. ii,. i- or peofc i . H SEARCH PATENTS RL'ILO FORTUNt iiui aav. ' iuuu y. v. .it.- uhIaji. D, SWEFT & CO. PATr T LAWVIR8, S03 Scven.n ll ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 December 1913

; For Good Rigs and Prompt Service The Eagle Livery G. L. SMITH, Proprietor Horses Boarded By the Day or Week Summons Something New and Something Nice We, the Oregon Packing Co., are presenting to our customers a very desirable line of premiums such as displayed in our window. All you have to do to get one of these valuable prizes is to trade with us. If you have not already got one of our premium books, we want you to have one it costs nothing and is indeed very valuable to every housekeeper. Thank you. H. H. TUNNY, Proprietor Id the Clroalt Conrt of the Stats of Oregon, for the County of MhI hear, . O. 8. Hmitti Plaintiff, ? Isbam 1 Andprton, otherwise known as I. O. Andereon, W. E. Walters, and Ida Wttltera, hia wife. Defendant To Janata U. Anderson otherwise known as I. (). Anderson of the above named defendants. In the name of the State of Oregon : You are hereby required to iippear and answer the nompialnt filed against you in the above entitled suit by Saturday the 27tb day o...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 December 1913

PRESIDENT'S MES SAGE TO CONGRESS Continued from page 1 course nsk find should be Riven no spe cial privilege, such ns extending to them the credit of the government itself. What they need nnd should ob tain Is legislation which will mnke their own abundant nnd substantial credit resources available as a foun dation for Joint, concerted, local ac tion In their own behalf in getting the capital they must use. It is to this w should now address ourselvea. It has, alngulnrl.r enough, come to pass that we hnve allowed the Indus try of our farms to lag behind the other activities of the country In Its development. I need not stop t tell you how fundamental to the life of the nation is the production of Its food. Our thoughts may ordinarily be con centrated upon the cities and the hives of Industry, upon the cries of the crowded market place and the clangor of the factory, but It Is from the quiet Interspaces of tho open valleys and the free hillsides that we draw the sources of life and o...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 December 1913

TWO CANDIDATES REACH MILLION MARK Other Candidates Make De cided (Jains Daring Iast Two Weeks. now 'I III Y BTAND IClbel I'.laiitun Fred Buttler Bill Bro '.sin Wilmoth Curry 0. C i Prank l"i man 'I'll' 0. A I I. II. Pry v 11. V I (ii Ik ii ll. M IAUi Ji .1 n Hunt ( .'.. Ko ln I'. K I ii ; Mum lo K Idd Eth Ii i. M . R, i. Mi An nick V. W. Mai den n Madden 80,610 l,6( 0 121,930 )00 i: 87,610 10 2000 100 2,110 31 .-I A mm. " I 1 . 7." 1)1 1,1" Mi Nctn. I 120,001 lira. W. II. i: 141,478 lln A Si ni 1 If i Batty Taylor 16 I Ruth T I ;; Mi i. Winnie Wl dom I 10,1 IH V. Win ton I! Mi . II. C. VVhitworth l" ,i lohn Wmu l II Mi mla Wall i Mi imi 84,400 M l. . I 1 I . I v. SUlla Harm 2410 Etmiiu Johnson 27,:! I" A c. Manamah 808,015 OraNotl 208,848 Marion Roblnton 86,400 v a i.i-: Mrs I. Del) 88,800 Mrs. .1. I'. Houston 8,680 w v 1 1 1 : i : Mist Anna Robei nan 18,080 PAYSTTS Aldula Gregory ' 1,050 May Mver 16,710 T. i: Neil K-iImt lluaaell 37,3:10 MaeHimon .",7".( I Alice Williams Ni;v PLYMO...

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. — 4 December 1913

Ontario Pharmacy Special this Week Floating Castile Soap 2-lb. Bar 35c Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks ) LOCAL NEWS ( ; i . 1 1 1 1 Ohthctltor train wirt Grand Btcrttary Btliitoa, ol the Kuightl Ol I y t It in h, will be with tho lootl lodgt 00 Fridny tVtfl ing, All Kniifhtt art txpocled to he thtra tl 8 p in. Lopti, tin' Mtiiotrj dtsptrado was licro o low weeks ao nnd showed mo sijjns of being bad man. Thtrt trtrt ninety. fivn votti OMl nt tho city eb ctinn. Mrs. Marie Ki-ln r wns a visit or to Boitt l.i -t week. ( 'nine tod li-di in t liO 10 1 . i .- - piil hii.iiar, Dooorabor LSond I.'!. Duneiiti Mi I.' !- i down from his ranch nt Riverside. He took i bond over to Boitt tod joined tlui Blkt, ' have sold (he Lisk three piece roaster for a number of yi'.irs and lind that they liave ;:ii'ii entire saii-i' lotion. Wt miarantee Up Try OQ t If. M. Co. President J. II. Kchhins and Otnoral 'mi ul N. 0. Ricbardt, of the North Pacific Fiuii lis- trlbatort Attotittiofcj will bt in Payilte Mo...

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. — 4 December 1913

SERVICE FROM JUNTO TO MAIN LINE IS A FARCE Shippers and Those Patron- izing the Road Meet with Many Inconveniences. The trains to Vale, Brognn and the Jontura section are atill being operated fur the convenience of one man and to the disadvantage of the other thousands who actually patron ice the road. Htockmeti snipping out from Jan iiirn. must unload at Vnle, because no connection is made there with the (). 8. L. and when the oars are brought to Ontario In the morning It generally means another unload and wait for several hours for the evening freight to arrive and haul ' them to Huntington, where they are again mauled out of the oars and mauled in agnln. The lorn to the ablppar Is neoessarily Tory heavy, but the railroad is also stung oena alonally, when m iinliinil guts out through the faulty loading pens and escapes or the shippers nonoluda It Is cheaper to drive the stock to Hunting ton as the P. L 8. Co and others did and aavn all the trouble and extra expense, H. it Is plain...

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. — 11 December 1913

ONTARIO The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of EASTERN OREGON ntatioi The Ontario Argu leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us arrow m mm. The Produce from 15,000,000 acres ia marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVI ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY.' DECEMBER 11, 1913. NO. 49 EXPECT TO FINISH THE SEWER BY CHRISTMAS Council is Asking for liids To Construct Sewer Lateral No. 1. Tin contractor oo tbe big sewer line bti work well along, all tbe bin i pipe being laid and tbe gang of seveoty man are do laving t.ba wait lateral wblob la to drain tbe pond near tbe cemetery. Wbeo that la completed tba men will lay the lateral leading to tbe Hoyer pnnd. It la now thought that tin' work will be completed by Christmas, but much depeoda on tba ground enrouotared. The strata nf water aand wni en countered laat week and oaueed aome delay and It la expected tbut It will be cut again before the completion of tbe pipe laying When t...

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. — 11 December 1913

CONTEST WILL CLOSE ON DECEMBER 24. Last Special Prize is Gold Bracelet Final Count At Ontario Hardware Co. The content which will close at 11 p in., Decern her 24th, will tand an the moot liberal offer marie to the people of this sec tion. The largest prize for the least work. We have been trying to im press this on the people for the past live months, but they were skeptical and would not believe lis. Now that the clone of the contest is at hanri they realize how easy it would have been for them if they had only gotten to work when the contest started. It is still time to get in and win and it will not bo known who the winners of the three prizes are until the count is over, severol being close. The offerings this week hold until the close of the contest, when this big auto will be turn 'I over to the fortunate one. The last special prize will bt the gold locket bracelet offered tins week. You have just thirteen days more in which to work mid win this two thousanri dollar auto mobi...

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. — 11 December 1913

BRA CELETS are the most ancient Pieces of Personal adorn ment. They have been worn by women of Pride and dis tinction, throughout Hiatory. and to this Day, with Fanhlon'a Decree of ahort Sleeves, ought to be worn by every Woman of good Taste. A Bracelet will add to the Beauty and Grace of your Arm if it harmonizes with you. We invite you to try ours from the Diamond Set, to the Gold Filled Cirdea. We have the Bracelet for you. W. W. LETSON ONTARIO, OREGON A Complete Line of At the Argus Office The Kroessin Harness Co. offer some Christmas Suggestions Which Will Interest You Traveling Bags Suit Cases Trunks Street & Storm Blankets Carriage & Auto Robes Silver Inlaid Bits & Spurs Pocket Books Riding Bridles Quirts Hackamores Men's Belts Hat Bands Artistic Cuffs Angora Chaps Juvenile Chaps Ingersoll Watches Gloves Indian Robes Bucking Rolls Saddles Lariates Pocket Knives Puttee Leggings Braided Reins And other articles too numerous to mention. We will be pleased to have you...

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. — 11 December 1913

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered in the pootoflicp at Ontario Oregon for tranMuiflpioii through the mails um aecnnd -class matter. M K. It A IN. Publisher. FRUITLAND HEMS A. Hatch, of (iunninon, Colo., spent part of the week visiting with A. II McConnell and family. The two men were old dchool friends. Henry Heck.es returned Wed nesday from n business trip to Illinois. Li D. Owen, of Middleton, was in town Saturday renewing old acquaintances and transact ing business. He formerly own ed the Fruitland Mercantile store. Two car loads of hogs have been shipped to the Portland markets this week from this section. Q rover Bros, shipped one of the cars and Munkinson and Whealdon the other. A large crowd attended the public sale Tuesday afternoon which was held at the C. T. Hall home. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Car nelix, November 20, a daughter. Kay Russell made a business trip to Caldwell lust Thursday. pnK39 It A Ik A lilt. all Three cows -- and a DE LAVALSS. will make more mone...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 December 1913

While they last we are giving a jar of Gold Fish with every 50c package of Armstrong's Croup Ointment We are selling holiday gifts for every member of the family and our assortment of leather goods is larger and better than ever. New Novelties for the Children in Every Line AT THE Special 5 lb. Boxes As sorted Chocolates $1.25 just the articles for par ties and Christmas Trees. ONTARIO PHARMACY The Corner Drug Store One Block from the 0. S. L. Depot LOCAL NEWS Charles Thebnud was here this week on business. He makes his headquartsrs on a ranch near Bliss now. Mrs. Dick Dearmond was here this week buying furnishings for her new home ou the ranch above Vale. Goddard serves oyster rock ails and Tom and Jerry at all t imes Let him show you. Dad Springer believes there should be a monument erected over the grave of Mrs S. Cham bers, who died September 3, 1848, and was buried at the Agency. She wa a member of the party that found the Blue Bucket diggings, for which hun dreds have been hun...

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. — 11 December 1913

We pay Parcels Postage on all packages to 20 lbs. for a ra dius of 150 milts until Christ mas except on groceries and hardware. BOYER'S Christmas Buying is best done in the morn ing hcurs. Try it. In Our Great Big Stock of Desirable Gift Goods ml ONTARIO 1 M W( OKEGONJ IV W ORE G OjjJ fft'JM You will find the easiest and most satisfactory answer to these Christmas problems. What shall I give Father? What shall I give Mother? It is really a question of considerable importance. Eliminate the worry of what to give. Come right here; this store is the home of practical gifts, the largest and finest assortments we have ever had are ready. Sensible gifts all gifts that are pleasure to give and a pleasure to receive. Special Discount of 50 per cent on all Ladies' Millinery until Christmas. Special Discount of 20 per cent on every Ladies' Suit in the house until Christmas. Special Attraction In our Boy's Suits and Overcoats to age 15 until Christmas. Special Candies We have just put in a com...

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. — 11 December 1913

B. G. FULLER Jeweler Has opened up a new Jewelry store in Ontario with a fine line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass and Hand Painted China. Prices Right. m Open Evenings. TfiSSW" Cr ' flfQ Jr Ry T'v iqI Jl JVBB DrfflltHa JBr L V 1 I BBP This is the Place to Buy His Gift MAKE this your gift-buying headquarters. The best place to buy gifts for men is at a Men's store. We've always been recognized as the leading Xmas store for Men. The seasons latest creations dress needs of every description useful articles desirable as gifts are here in large variety. Our merchandise, our prices and our service are right in every way. If you are in doubt we'll help you make your selection. Some Good Gift Suggestions Are given below: Look through the list carefully. All useful things that men like. Check off the items you desire clip the list and bring it in. It's the most convenient way to do your Christmas shopping. Choice is best now. Make your selections early. We'll hold them fo...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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