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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1909)
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Equal Values Never Before
Seen in the West.
A feast of pood fortune for every
man and boy in Ontario and Malheur
county. With pleasure we announce
the arrival of the advance shipment of
our Great Spot Cash Purchase. The
highest grade clothing in America at
your very door.-, at less than the price
of the ordinary kind.
II THE SALK S NUW UN.
Don't Wait. Don't Delay.
HI M7.0U, WW, MU.UU
Men's and Young
125 All Pure Worsted
Thoroughly well tailored and best
of trimmings throughout. Remember
these are samples. They represent the
manufacturer s best work our choice
and the price,
2 This Sale Will
Pi December 15.
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An Array of Bargains 1
Throughout the Entire
Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Under
wear, Leather Goods
and all Furnishings.
Any A,JAX BOY'S SUIT in the
store, taking in values as high as 8.00
Hid $10.00, Trice,
Military Style, Rain Coats,
Top Coats ami Dress Coats.
Most Remarkable Values
of the Sale.
LONG CLOTHING COMPANY.
Sale continues until after DECEM
ONTA.RK ), ( )REGON.
Rod Tag Sale!
J lint received n lot of beautiful Blue and
White Mottled Granitoware. A Slaughter
Salt'. Bm Red Tags In window.
Men's Hcavv Wool Underwear and Sweaters
at Sacrifice Triers this week.
vVe ar putting lots of Holiday Goods on
display. Stork will soon bo complete. Cus
t outers will find it to their advantage to select
presents from onr stock, both In cost and variety
to select from. We urge you to select early.
The Place to Save.
NEWS OF OREGON
STATED IN BRIEF
TELEGRAPHIC CHRONICI .V. OP
KLAMATH GRAFT IS DENIED
Chattel Are Not Called to Oliicisl
Attention Whole Cost Mukt
Are the most acceptable Xinas
iftB. We are showing a large line
of first quality stones at prices that
make them a good investment.
HARRY B. GRAUEL
Jewelry and Music House of Ontario.
Port l.-ii.l If there have been jrrnft
an. I corruption In cornice u. hi iith
the Kluiii.it li irrigation project, .uul
if exorbitant prices have been paid
It i .mils .tint lands acquired hv the
rci Lunation service, the director! of
the Kl.iin.uli Water User'
lions culm were parties to the graft
'r were guilty of grots neglect in
handling tli,- affairs of their organ
ization. That there has been graft
ami i tt.iv.ig.incc it Seriously ques
tioned in government circles, anil
the lirt proof of maladministration
has yet to he laid before the secre
tary of the interior.
Sc.ui.iry Hallinger says that the
terms of the reclamation t are
explicit That law stipulates that
the settlers shall repay into the tee
l.imation fund the exact cost of con
struction, and it is not given to him
or to any other ofhci.il to waive this
requirement 1'ven if assurance had
been given that the project would
cost only $18 an acre, that assur
ance would not hold if. in the end,
it turned out that the coat was
greater than that amount.
caped .!, nit bj n narrow m
u Imh be fell i ..m : in
eastl'ound train into I
and m hi li.d .iit bttO the Co
Kilvii WW c. itinif off the train.
which had stopped with lin
ear on (he 1'vl Creek brii1
short distance belOW Hoiuuville, and
missed Ins footing, lie fill M feet
into the rushlni current, which ear
ried him out Into the river, hut be
ing a good swimmer be man
to get .shore His leu and arm
were Injured and he Mas put to lie
in n liaepcr and taken to his home
1 cases of litis kind have been
Railroad Appeals Prom Aaaessment.
DttbtT City A legal bailie be
i i'i i) U. & N. ami the coun
I) of Baker it indicated by filing
i appealing from a decision of
tin i mi y hoard of equalisation to
the circuit court. The assessor cut
i! railroad assessment from $26,5 X)
16,500 I mile, hut the board i
1 is .. tli former figure.
Baboon Savagely Attacks Master.
Portland ' for his life,
Fred Wilson, an animal trainer
ployed about ill winter quarters of
the Don Carlos tiimal BaOWS, hat
th.l lor half an hour with "K
mo " a pink I led baboon, that
sprang from liin , , rch in the dimly
Kghted cage when his master en
tered to (ed ' animal Wilson
was resetted by the other attendants
and rushed to a hospital, where he
is in a -. ious ci inliiioii
Brskeman'a Narrow Escape.
Hood River lohn KeU.ty. an O
R. & X. passenger hi lUcm.in, es-
Three Injured in Auto.
Portland An iiitomobUs with live
occupants, driven by J. I. Overtoil,
of Klgin, Or., crashed headlong into
a streetcar, at noon Sunday, throw
ing three of the passenger! from
the Mtomobile and injuring them
Mrs. A. J Olda, f Weiser. Idaho.
is in v.nh ; serious condition that it
is belii ved she cannot recover. She
is 60 years old
Hoi !-Up Sentenced.
Salem- Jltdgt l'.urnett sentenced
A. I! Smith, vho held up a Itxal
Iry II ire last suniiner and it i
..! nt threatening letters h
the 1 nker, to an indeter
e ten tenet of from 5 to 21
yens i i ! . ;n lilelltiary.
All r.ny llejlty lien Organise.
All, hv Permanent organisatl' u
of the Allan) Ueal Estate BaxbMgi
has i-ein perfected. Uviy real c
late man iii tins city U a nieuiLr
of the organisation.
U.i.iiiik Victim Identified,
u n Babul i the gajau
of the man inn, .led near Unialilhi
d aeowisd by 1 .;
.: '. iIjou.
To Protect Animals.
Eugene Several woaacn of Eu
gene are Interested ia the orgaauaa-l
lion of a local society for the pre I
vcntion of cruelty lo animals The
iiuivemeiit was started by recent !
cases wherein ..vvinis have turned
out supcranin. i. v horses to
Vealthy Widow Weds.
Portland, t'r, Dee. 1 Preserving
the Utmost secrecy as to their plan,
and alter a romantic engagement,
Mrs K S Hamilton, widow of the
late Slate Senator Hamilton, of Ta
aii.l W. 11 Sanford, al o of
Taeoma, were married at Vain uver
Monday. Mrs. Hamilton is one of
the wealthiest women in Taeoma.
ad the Rrgus
lli'jilth is too precions to be
tiuiipoit'il with by iiu'oinpetwut
vomlois of ilrugs. Trv the
Wilaoii Diiiiy Diug Co, for
u drut, und t-xpert aervica.
l GIFTS FOR XMAS.
The andonigtiex ia tiliowin a ('lean, Frenh
stuck nt New and Beautiful Xmas Gilts, com
pi i.-mo the greatest gthorin of tiutiirublt) holiday
iiuTcliamliso fvor oft'ortHl tho eitiMM of Ontario.
This stuck in not a selection of odd extremes
anil useless ami old curiosities, but is a well
chosen lint; representing fresh ideas in pleasing,
Serviceable and appropriate Christmas (iifts that
meet the retjnirementa of eivrvhody.
The offerings abound in originality, Merit and
gootl taste, displayed in seores of tho nicest gifts
imaginable for old and young. Christmas buying
at this store results in tho delight of the folks at
home. Appropriate gifts for every member ef the
The Virtue of Reasonable l'rices is never neg
lected you will find it in connection with Beat
Quality and Qenuios Merit throughout the Beauti
t Those purchasing early choose from the com- 3
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