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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1917)
ONTARIO. M.M.III-;i:R COUNTY, OII-KIIOX, TIIUKSDAV, SKl-rK.MIIKII.i. HUT.
FAMOUS DE MOSS FAMILY
TO GIVE GOOD CONCERT
tot IIk- third tlnn IfeM rnl.T
taincra come to Ontario. Tlila ITMP
of five present a program oonalKtl.iff
of vocal duetx. irln. nnthem iiml
mall quartet, fluti aoloa, violin aoloa
haud heel rlnnlnR, t cornets at
t once by OM person. Imitation of
cliimsa on Kiiltnr anil lan)o. and read
lnj(H ami mooologt They were m
ployed hi i lir exposition management
to MtWtall hi th Worlda Falra at
CklMffO. Bt Lotlla, Portland hthI Sun
Prancima from three weak to alx
montlm hi B 'I'ln 1 will
be in Ontario Monday evening al the
Presbyterian I imirii
Fine three foot photoghnph of Con.
pany I made at Payette Sept. 11917
II. M mailed to any ariilroaa.
THB HritHEl.t. STUDIO.
BIG NEW GARAGE FOR
i IimiIcs CkattaV or Ontario and Vlrjrll
Stn.l. t Vwle Komi New Finn
to OWIlf farter tJaraue.
Ontario la to have i naa i ""'''
bile firm and a new gmngo witliln
few days. Annonm i ml h made
thin week ir (lie organisation pf the
firm of Carter A. Staples to opernU
what will be known a the ( irter
(larnge. In the liollilln formerly
ktlOl M tlie Moore Livery. The
equipment for the machine shop DM
n ordered and will he hen
Some of It haa allready arrlv.il
The new firm to atari with will
r...i for the people of Ontario
hand.e the Chevro e. . --
" '"" ',f "' . ' ro.ldwlU town, retain their
- ' " "'""" 'h" "'" i"i: r,,dwe... W. M. I V.
,., c . h. Baa. and la mak.u, paai (
Ita way In the Weal. , u , LMOOmb; n-
The new Arm aOOordlni to lha an- Hinn( r ,. rilllt,
MalllWm of Meoara. Carter ft Sta- rornrr,v , Ontario, return to Cove
plea Ik to apeclallre on service and la l(,,()WnI towna have, Krnlt-
prepnrltiK to put in one ni in- ."v
lh,. following towna nave, rrim
land. ' McCard. while C. L. Walker
l iiinti. Oregon. Payette. H.
W'alll while fj W Harnea noes
to Unpen. Idaho.
attending: the conference
from Ontario were llev. F.arl Han
Dii i nine aeaal i Mr linn n n going
Friil; iv. and the following attended
Sunday, hearing the Itlnhop preneh
ttr mil Mrs. Chaa. Iloger, Mr
ThUealdo, Mr Oeo. Downs, Mra. 8u-
Draper, Mr ron, Mra. Webb,
nnd Mm Farley. Thoa. Barton.
O Ki intiiitl HUlier. mra. numr i.i. ,..,,.
cloned at Kniinet, held some mattera Mr. and Mra. A L. McDowell nnd
The Metlu.dlat conference which daughter. ,
.mwlernlv enulDlieil machine ShOPf. In
thin section. The front of the build
ing In being remodeled to provide a
show room and later I he machine
bOP will he moved to the xeeond
floor, giving plenty of room for an
REV. HANNA REAPPOINTED
TO METHODIST PASTORAGE t
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
TO MEET AT VALE MONDAY
Tl. annual meeting of the board
of equalisation will be held at Vale
n.tl week, beginning on Monday
So far an learner there la no organ-
Ixed complaint thla year anaii'"' "
valuations placed by Anaeanor Morgan
Curllle and hln deptitlem auch aa gfl
ed those of L. W. Hill last fV "'
rcHUlted In his defeat at the poll In
The tax rolla of Jhe, county were
not r.,in,lei-lv tiihiilafed on Monday
nf thin week but will be ready by the
lima the board meets next week. By
reaaon of tM tmrtfi values of
atock and sheep and the additional
land patented ddrlnn the paat year It
la egpeoted that the rolla will show
a higher total than laat year.
MERCHANTS MUST TELL
HOOVER WHAT THEY SB
Thene are buay day with the 0,
t.rlo grocer. If you don't .m mmJ
order right on the dot cn't y
inn nam lor your tiroci-ryniRn k be
figuring out jtiNt how numj t lnt "
beann. macearonl, Hour. tn, n,
nttgar etc he ban no hi dnrkt t
paat year. The al ,, .
exact and Mr. Merchant liito"wH.
to It On the ntrengtli (,r thitiu.
mi-Hi win i.e determined im mirt
he can Ion during tlm coming yew,
That la not all Mr. MitHhm ha)
to tell how much of the nertttitka
life he han on hand ami every wtt
he haa to write a letter to Xr.Mem
or hla associate r 4 niil
atatement of how mueh he hii mm
during the week. If you don't tkt
thee are war tlmea, aak yotii criMt.
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i For your information and guidance, Mr. Reader, we give you herewith an insight
as to the trend of the woolen goods market. The prices of cloth are those quoted by
the American Woolen Company, the largest woolen cloth manufacturers in the world;
the prices of linings and trimmings from one of the"
largest exclusive trimming manufacturers in New
SEASONS OPENING PRICES
f, i ,i
IVr Mi IVr Vil.
16 Ounce Washington Standard Clay Worst Rds ... $1.47
12 Ounce Washington Standard Blue Serge 1.32
16 Ounce Pulton Serges (Standard) 1.66
14 Ounce Soft Finished Worsteds (Standard) 1.37
Twilled Pocketing (Cotton) 09
Satine Sleeve Lining (Cotton) 15
Coat and Vest Serge Linings have increased more than 200 per cent.
In Spite of these Enormous Advances and due to the
largeat and most advantageous earlg purchases we've made
A SUIT wc offer hundnds upon hundred of the tame grade and quality Suits
we have always sold at IIS.OO! difference of f-2.00 a uit, without an iota of
deterioration or workmanship.
At $20, $22.50, $25 and $30 a Suit
we still offer the pick of HIGH ART BRAND Hand-Tailored Suits
in Fancy Worsteds and Blue Serges the same best make, the same best quality and styles that have char
acterized HIGH ART CLOTHES for more than a quarter of a century.
I J' vA
We have bought heavier than ever. Our demands have grown by
leaps and bounds and we merely make suggestion that
you buy Fall and Winter clothes now.
Don't forget that School opens this month-that the Boy needs
New Clothes-that Ajax 2 Pants Knick Suits at $5, $6 and $7 are
the Best and Most Durable Boys' Clothes to be had.
Complete Stock of Boys' Ajax Suits Now Ready
One Price Clothier