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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1917)
THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREflON, T1irKSTAY. MAY 31', 1017
At Anv Time In payment of Merchan-
LIBERTY LOAN BONDS WILL BE ACCEPTED At Any dLTthe same as cash.
JJnusual Values in Gifts and Wearing Apparel for the June Bride.
THE BRIDES TROUSSEAU, THE LINEN CHEST, GLOVES, HOSIERY, MILLINERY -EVERYTHING TO COMPLETE THE BRIDAL OUTFIT CA
BOUflHTAT THIS STORE DURING JUNE AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS. . PROSPECTIVE BRIDES AND THOSE PLANNING WEDDING. GIFTS
ARE URGED TO TAtfE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE STORE.
JUNE 1 TO 10
1 Or the yard 10
it nvcr 18 yds to one
eoc to f 1.50
Beautiful New Summer
Millinery junt iiu Priced
92.00 to 95.00
Be sure to visit this department
No when' in the city
will yon find the assort
ments or shoe values yon
will in ott shoe depart
ment Ladies', J iris'.
Midi's, Boyii Real values!
. Our New Men's Clothing
Department Has Values-
not to be found elsewhere;
Men's and Young Men's
Suits in Newest Cuts
$12.50, $15.00, 917.50
Investigate for yourself.
Boyer Bros. & Co. Department Store
New Arrivals Misses
and Women's Summer
Mv express we arc re
ceiving some of the newest
things in Summer Dresses
Priced 97.50 to 920.00.
All the convenience of gal. No waiting for the
Are to burn u Meal in jiffy, and a cool
kitchen all the tnnr.
Bakce. broil, roaita. toaita. Better cooking
because of the steady, evenly-distributed heat.
More convenient than a wood or coal stove for
all the year 'round cooking and more eco
nomical. The long bine chimneys prevent all smoke and
smell. In I. 1, J in. I 4 burner ilm wll
M without uvrm. AIo cbint
modtli. Aik your iltaltr today.
FOK SALS BY
Kroessin Harness Co.
A. L McDowell.
THE EYES OF
By Harold Bell Wright
STAR THEATRE, WEISER
JUNE 1 AND 2
MATINEE EACH DAY AT 2:30
Telephone orders for reserved seats to Ellingson
Drujr Store, Monday, May 28.
MATINEE PRICES 25 AND 50c. NIGHT
PRICES 50. 75 AND $1.
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THr Mill INK 1 MX I It- I IIIU11IH hir plowing, liarrowin. Dlant
lug, cull Waiting, hating. H n.-ui work and 10 to 18 horse
IKiw.r on belt XXHIIK Ol ti HKKT. At MuUebokor to.
iiimim; TCI OMXMi.XMi
XX oiolertiil lilure taken lienontfl do Ufuv.s bj mnrvolona
mi I'm ii.n
BUILD BIG DAMS
l'i-iiiillloii In IItIiik I'rutoner til War
In X inriii u on Iti I in nllllt Trulii.-
iiirl Ma) lie Huiirrilrl In
it's people are rnady to respond
a) the tine mill in tin'
manner must effective: to aerve so
will our i 'illinium inline t lint your
service will make II irliimpli, H.nd lu
perform fnltliiiill your imrt III ban
ishing iiiiIoi -riirv Iroin tin- iBrlh."
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Ml MIIHI XI
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That II would be gooil puhllc policy
to wee relurulng tranaports to bring
(id iimu and Austrian prlaonera of
wnt to the United Stsies and ptil them
to work bullillug great Irrigation
work, Instead of Making inerrliani
ships lo rurry food to them In France
unit England, In a plau which will
probably he suggested In eutliorltle
by local people If present suggest Inim
II, one who favor audi a move de
clare that alnoa the llnlol -
to supply the food which Is being
uaod lo feedt he tbousauds of prison
ers In Europe, and since the army
transports will have no goot in
bring back after carrying troops over,
the full use of (he ships both ways
could be secured by bringing Hit- pn-
Oliers to Hie food (lie) will I'oiisuuie,
rather than to use oilier inerohant
ships for that purpose At the name
lime In (he isolated i-auips then
onera could be guarded by .
paretlvel) lev. men Mho are not nl
military age ami while solving the
labor shortage mi government vtoiki.
It would also accomplish the develop
ment of the touutry. This would In
(urn increase the food supply and re- ,,, Gilbert L.
sull In the Koluiloii of anoiher vexing Ur.gor, John s
lam ii. upimlil the leaders of the r.a
t mil III this wsr for freedom
I in. ..In I ulnglsed.
In nis addrea as the orator of the
l..v. lilstrlct Atnrney It V Hwagler
reviewed this history of the I'ulted
Stales prior to the great war, giving
especial attention lo the growth ol
Abraham Lincoln Iroin a rountry
legislator to the greatest figure of the
moat trying epoch of the nation's
history Hrlefly the speaker drew a
iiIi between the crisis of UkMg
tlrrlng days anil that In which the
nation uow finds Itself, ami i
Miniitly lauded (he life and work of
Hie great Kmam Ipator, whose eg.
ample gives birth ot renewed national
Lincoln's Gettysburg address was
rend by Miss Klliel McXVilltams and
mualoal numbers were sung by a
quenelle composed of Mr. and atm
i it Dickson. Mr. and Mlaa Vom
Whan the Mayor called the roll of
veieraus the following answered:
Homauiu A I'uatea, M. liackuian,
as II liarton, Ueorge W. Burn
ton, Henry tiltlonl, James K. Jauil-
Klng. Andrew Mc
Mllllkln. Kichard 8.
problem. Ku thee ford. Joseph Tague and Usury
It la pointed out by local men that i vVllaon, sull vetorans of the fnlou
a few thouhaud prisoners eould be'urniy. The t'oufederate veterans
profitably employed ou the Warm ,ded were lol S. t, Tay
sprlugs project nd in that section loi and n A Moore. Kach ot the old
be guarded b bin a few meu at nmall ,oi,lers made a few brief remarka.
cost dime the entry of (be I'nn ,
8tatee lulu the war such a plan ban
beeii broached elsewhere and there
X l-ITIM. H4 HIB: sxxs
Is a hope thai ir uiauy couiuiunltles
back such a movement that the auth
orities m) look with fetor upon such
a plan It would relieve France suit
Kugland of the burden of feedliiK
thousands of idle men, while al Hie
.ame time enable the Culled Stale
lo develope great arena at a minimum
i II XNi.t l-I.XNM on
ltM.lvr.X Hon OAX
iiiinueil Kioiii First I'sk
KOXH HOMM AKK N KKBSnw
art, editor of the FootH
I who inmbiuea bis activity of
il writing with running n big
,nd attending grange meeting
omurii. ii Thursday on nis
ajM from Bend an
XX' I. I
;ew ai I inj I
i for (lie
i. pen pie
you, and coniiilemiv pice in your
hands this groat trust: to prov.
CONFIDENCE IN THE FEDERAL
RESERVE BANKING SYSTEM
played an Important part hi the rewvery of
business from the adverse conditions follow
ing the outbreak of the European war, and
is still helping t" keep business on an even
Thii lystem, with its ImmeiiHe rosoun
is ;i tower of strength to the banki wliiefa art
members vt it. mid will assisl them in .'inv
financial it'tniirciiifiita which thej may In
calletl iiioii tn meet.
By depoHitiuK your money with us you
receive the protection aud the new faeititiet
which our iiieinlici'ship in the Kyatem in
iililts ns to offer you.
Member Federal Reserve System
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
June 13 15, 1917
OREGON SHORT LINE-
(Union Pacific System) "
June 10 11 12
Limit, June 24th.
See Agents for further!
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through nnrtm.nl InitlaUv. BuU orlm, tulmtprU ?
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