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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1918)
ONTARIO, M ALHEUK OOUNTY. ORBOON, THURSDAY, FEB IT ry 21 ,
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The Osborn Milliner
Are Showing a Fine Line of
umiuvp.d in kvkry mat shown by ch ajrk thkhk
fiinifyth jiaijta and hmajitkm.
i i iniKinv invitf.o. Dorr"! biy rvnL you have
IRKN IK LINK. THF. IH(i T AND MOHT KXCLVMVK
UNI WKHT OK HALT LAKK.
FI.OWF.KS I-OK FINKRAI.S A KPF.tTALTY
.'HOMK OK GOOD GOODS"
KOKMKR ONTARIO BOfW WRTTK
OF UfH IN THE
( f 'oaUaoed from First Page )
A. for mine They Ml to In m
far behind bare.
"There are aoldtera here of erery
nationality and description. The cit
ies are pretty dirty and mndy. I
will write more about -tal country '
when I km to a IT. 8. camp and can
net plenty of paper, (th letter waa
written on stationary of the Y. M. 0. 1
A. marked 'On Active Service With
the Brltlab Expeditionary Pore').
Say hello to the bunch, for ma."
ONTARIO BOY STUDYING
FOR SUBMARINE DUTY
Bob Arnold Tell of Mfp nl EM
School fur Niihnvrnlble Nports
Make l.lfe Pleaeaat.
Cheap if taken
Some mighty fine Work
Horses lor safe.
H. H. TUNNY - Ontario, Or.
In a letter to the Argun thin week
Bob Arnold toll of life at a nubmu
rlno 'raining nchool.
Following the usual salutation h?
aayK In pnrt :
"The training here ban Its pleas
urea as well an tin- oilier kind ..r ex
periences. Inn an fur danger, guen
UHM i M fiiori- of It in thin lima
than In the other, for when your ttSM
NM you can't dodge It anyway.
"The navy la not all work -were
out for a bane hall game yester
day ulth Kort MiArthur Tin' Itgfl
wan to 0 and the Hough hoya got
M) no runner pant Aral and he wnn
"We have one of tlM MM teanm
on the ot and hope lo play the
t'uun when they come here to train
llellevc me we will capture the pen
I naflt for one of our twlrlera beat Wal
ter Johnson once list summer
"The people of the coaat It lea bare
treat the soldiers and aallora fine
They have opened club houaea lu all
the clflen and the men In uniform
certainly enjoy them.
"Jnat received the Argua of Jan
uary 3 and aae that. you folk neard
tbe Canadian army officer
account wee interesting and aunh a
thing will lei tbe tolke at borne know
what la golpg on 'over there.'
' Wlab I route tell you more about
the training alunta we go tbru but It
la again) the regulatlona, tbo 1 I
lleve It would make you alt up and
take not lea
"Well I guana th'a la aagugh for
- ' RON AHNOI.IJ.
When You Want Medicine
You Want It
Then- are two tliiii-s iitssary in a nii'tli;il
ii'iiii'tly. It must be the proper medicine
I'ui' the iai'tii'iilai' ailnii'iit it was d rsci HhmI
forj ami it must In- properly ootnpoundMi
with Indrcditnta that arc rilit.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF COMPOUND
INO THAT KIND OF PRESCRIPTIONS
0. G. LUEHRS'
u . Jm
CHRISTMAS PACKAGE HAKES
HIT WITH BOY IN HAWAII
IU NI..II.I ii. June IVIIv nl I.Ur M-
itlrrlug In !- Tropk liruuglil
Oier i.nn,iii,. to He Interned
In a letter lo ' Hie folka hai k
home." Itayiiionil tl MM MM of
.Marion Join'. Inlla of Ihe pleasures
whlch the Christum package from
the High School girls and Honor
ricliorleld Harm, k. Hawaii, Jan.
Nl "Aui writing thla letter lo let
you knoa how I appreciate the
Christmas package and iloink you
ui,.l.,i February J lib.
na o miaNn
I s Troop in Battle lvrhlug'
Hoa righting Side h Side With
BULLS FOR SALE
li you an looking for EtegitUred Horiford
or Shorthorn Hulls, at any tinit', the ytU
round, 1 can supply you. 1 have them in
carload Iota or tingle animals on ordtr d
livercd t the neaivst railioatl station.
Iest Hulls for the Money
See J. C. Bedford
210 Cleveland Boulevard, Caldwell. Idaho
MomU), I rlu uary tf.Mli,
I'omed) "Seeing Tlilnga ."
Tuesda) anil W eliu,l., I eh Uilili
THE GERMAN CURSE IN
The mot aanaatloaal war picture
Wf luWi-ii. Thrilling from -tart to
Ific and lie.
heartily for them. Since my enl
meat at Ontario tn February 20,
If 17, aad left tar Pendleton that cv
ealag with HaroU Thorn peon wbo en
llated wltb meWe were paanoJ I
second examlnatloa and wern i t
Vancouver Barracks where wo w
outfitted aa soldier.
"On February 18 wa were sent to .
Angel Inland where, we started drill-j
tag. While there was aaalgned to
special duty for a time and on Aluy
It wltb 200 others was tram-fern 1
to Honolulu. Not long after com
here, with 17 others 1 was on1'
guard Oerman prisoners being taken
to Fort Douglann, Utah. We arrived j
In Salt Lake September 16 hut
only a 14 hour stay there b.
starting back to San Fraaclnco where '
we were given passes snd turned
loonc to have a good time. Mont of I
the boy stayed In Frisco but I
to Sacramento to spend my vacation
My 1 waa aorry that I did not have
time to go home But I enjoyed my
self In Sacramento. Then on Octo
ber 3 we sailed again for the land
of the Kanaka,
"Now we are drilling 6 to ft hobrn
a day snd sometimes we have night
drill in French methods of warfare.
The last time we drilled nights It
rained awfully hard and by the time
i got borne wa
in aad mad all o
"Hawaii han baaT
e.l by nature
on the mainland
"T!o not Hke ths
aoldten, but h n the) hnve not him:
on u for we donplso them After a
i awhile III Ala
HkPH it for then gM ton few win.
I woul .oldler ot
the mainland because there are a va
t piyc ' Honolulu
In the only i mounts ti
much here. Thnre i.rt- many scat
tered settlemuit'i but you could place
a hundred of them la otnarlo.
"With kind rei Ui and many
thanks for the Christmas packages."
RAYMOND On JONE8.
That tbe price of living Is going up
Is attested to by the wire which the
Ford agency received today boosting
the price of Fords from 7S to $0
The Kingman Kolony Oraage rais
ed 141 at a pie supper last Friday.
One pie sold for 13.50.
!SFV ST W It MKN ARK
(TIOflKN TO OFFICIO
First Page, I
I The list of speakers coming
to Ontario will be representative of
the blcgcnt cattle Arms from Omaha.
Denver, Salt Lake, San Francisco.
-Portland and tbe entire tntermountal
territory. Many of the agricultural
Colli ges will be represented on the
nnd the biggest gathering
er held In a city of On-
i cln n la scheduled for thla
J R. Blsckaby and P. J. Gallagher
with Walter Oleen and Tom Trfgan
havo undertaken the preliminary
work and they were empowered to
se lire other members snd to pro
wlth the work of arranging for the
entertainment of the delegates.
President Gallagher reviewed the
work of the past year and declared
that while Ontario had not added new
tndustrlea to Its life the city Is fac
ing a bright future. He urged that
the coming year be used to continue
a campaign for a better Ontario so
far as health conditions and the ap
pearance of tbe city Is concerned.
TtlUI-MU). It'blllMll ISM
i.oui Hup. Jack Piokford
llurtou Holmes Traxela
Frhlay ad Saturday. Mar, I. I and 1.
LESS THAN THE DUST
Meal Meek, Aland auli
Take Care of Your Want
Now and You'll Save Half
Full Cut Sanita Workshirtt Blue Only
50c EACH, OR 3 FOR $1.46
Special Quality Brown Wriirt Cotton Glove
'.3 A WOW. 26c
Extra Heavy Weight Blue Wriat Cotton Olovea Still at
: v'-rwivi 16c
Odd Pant Specials
GOOD WEIGHTS IN CASHMERE AND COTTON WOR
STEDS EITHER FOR WORK OR DRESS WEAR
SPECIAL DOUBLE VALUE
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Pair
BIB OVERALLS FOR LESS THAN TODAY'S WHOLE
SALE PRICES, PAIR $1.60
Wool Socks Cashmere Socks
FLANNEL SHIRTS AND ALL GRADES COTTON AND
WOOL UNDERWEAR, IN UNIONS AND TWO PIECE
Still at Last Year's Prices
WE HAVEN'T THE NERVE TO INTIMATE WHAT 1918
FALL PRICES WILL BE, BUT WE TAKE THIS OCCASION
TO URGE ON YOU THAT YOU SUPPLY YOUR
WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO MAINTAIN OUR USUAL
STANDARD OF QUALITIES. WE HAVE BEEN ABLE
THUS FAR TO KEEP PRICES DOWN.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
REMEMBER THE RED CROSS AUCTION
SATURDAY, MARCH 2ND.