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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1918)
ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1918.
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Revealing Fashion's Favored Modes in Women's
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THE GARMENT DEPARTMENT EXTENDS A CORDIAL DXVITATION TO YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS TO CALL AND SEE THE BEAUTIFUL NEW
8PRING WEARABLES. OUR STOCK HAS BEEN ASSEMBLED WITH GREAT CARE AND WE FEEL CONFIDENT YOU WILL PRONOUNCE IT THE
MOST REPRESENTATIVE SHOWING OF THE NEW FASHIONS TO BE FOUND.
DON'T FAIL TO VD3IT THE GARMENT AND MILLINERY DEPARTMENT OFTEN BETWEEN THIS AND EASTER AND VIEW THE NEW SUITS,
MILLINERY, COATS, DRESSES, WAISTS, SKIRTS PETTICOATS AND OTHER GARMENTS.
at $10.00 to $35.00
Kjusciiiiitiiiy; new Frocks of Silk. Tali ttn. Sitt
ins, OfogPtta I'lepe, Wool, Jersey and Seiye.
Women's and Misses' Suits W0MENS AND MISSES" DRESSES
at $17.50 to $45.00
Donl delay; riht lane is Ihe t m h select
your new Raster Suit.
Spring Waists at $2.50 to $10.00
An rxtemrifr range of it) lee t'r mi neat tailor
il models to 1 1 1 - more dressy styles tot party
NEW EASTER SHOES EOR WOMEN
at $3.50 to $8.50
Nowllee Will V 1 1 tillil tile Mima Villlle On II W;ll
in inn Shoe Department uiul tin new Kasti i
Shoes have, just arrived.
New Coats for All Occasions
Ranging in Price $10 to $35
Novelty high waist Hue effect with large '!
Hiwl semi fitting UK
bus. fancy .lifts, ami jjockt'tfl, mw loose styles
New Easter Gloves
at $1.75 to 1 2.50
lieal Kre'ieh Kills so hard to tiiul thene il n i
anil lie -t iil hade
New Spring Millinery
at $2.50 to 15.00
The Millinery Section is in - mi Nt readiness
with h woii'icifui ii)iav of Banter Hats bright,
New Spring Wash Goods
Answering every sail of Paahion in weave, color,
ami pattern. Ontario's largest and best disphn
of the mw tub fabrics.
New Easter Hosiery
at 25c to $2.25
Hose of remarkable quality ami rotors .. hard
to timl these (Ihvh m li.'iml now for Raster trade.
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GEO. K. AIKEN, Editor ami Publisher.
A POPULAR CANDIDATE
It is seldom, iii a roimtv of tin- Malheur's
si.e w illi all il diversified Intel t, tliat tin-irandidaiK-v
of a citizen for a political office
Hinds approval m all sections, i et that M
I'nl.hblied Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon, uiiat baa transpired in tl as.- of Attorney
and entered at the Ontario post office fori J. ,. UsJIagher, whose announcement the
distribution as 2nd class matter. lArmis rallied last week. Several wok's
SUHSt'lUPTlONS: One year $1.50. Six
months $1.00. Three months 60e, Single
ago the Argus nggHted that it was poaaihlt!
that Mr. lallauTicr might enter tin- race ami
it is indeed gratifying to note the approMil
which has roiiir from all of the papers lit tle-
mi. m a t i j ii : .. Jdistrict , in Hal m- - eoiuiti as well as in Mai-.
The Pledge. I pledge ni - ullegunee to' ' " ' 1
y Flag and to the Republic for which jm'ui'- - - - iL.rv.s-
stand; one nation, indivisible, with liber-. Mr. Uallagfeer deserves the volnntaix '
V and justice fop all rmmim- 'snpM.it whieh has been mi freely offered
J . linn. He is the te of man that the dis-
WILL MALHEUR COUNTY FAIL?
MaileV Brothers I Wells, tile f II III wllieh
is d. v.h.piii- the ureal , N M a. re traet in
Jordan alh offers to use ast sum uf
the nioiiev received from the sale of land fv
the bllildllljl f a load from lioiuedale to the
traet. Tlle seek eo i.elalio. It is I
question now whetlui u not the officials ol
tint -honht Mini to tin- legislature. to nan
tile abilitv. lie possesses the kind of M?rstitl
itl it that makes gmal In a body of men. He
makes friends, and this MHtttoU of the state
require just that 1) pe ol represeutatire, i ne
win. eau ut results l makiiiK f'iends.
Mnl personality is not liis sole a. tribute.
He knows tile ilistriei well and has pro veil
his lovaltl b deVotilUe tune ami eiiei;. at,
qui ''lion in'ii niniiiii ! imh im 01 n mi' 01
Mall,.,,, eountv, with the devehipment of the exueuae ol personal eouTenienoe to ad-
tl,.i ,...i i .,,.1 .,!! .....V..I.. il...;vallee the interests ..t tills seetloll. Ilella-
means !.., proper ... o,., ,a ...anilested bis faith III tt b illVeattUK all be
Tl,.,e ,s l.,.t one louual route to th- uaseaaes lit property both . Mall..,..-and
VtlleV, that H the Water -lade III! Slleeu, hi lla.I.e.V eol.lit..
creek Tl ther rout,- are both longer Having lived for yeara in J uutura on the
in ditame and over abn..st lmMiaaible lulls. b,.iindi ..I Haniev r..in,t. hainu a half ill-
requiriuii the liftinii of all the freight over tercet ins Hat-net eountv ranch and having
anioinitaui imilge and then ilroppillM it down Speut a large portion if his time represent
Uitothe vallev. lug Haniey eoiinti huaineas men, !, is thorn
The matter has been before the eount IJ III KVIItpatJn with tin- aspiration m thai
e..un iii the pai. and. favorable action eras vast and uruwiug regiou,
taV. n. but no Work done. V-w the work Hut that K not all. he has. sime i-oiuiuu
on the traet of land has reached a uoillt to Ontario shown his publie spiritedness bj
wher, the proje. tois ol tin . ol..ni.at ion of taking an a.tive part in the advancement uf
tlie laiuhj reouiie action. Will Malheur.theoouunou interest here. He has srrvml
eountv turn th, in awav and Ht'ltd tlleiu over the Commercial rUlb ih its president and the
to Idaho to et . 'oiisideratioii and aria) all of Malh nr oiiutv Kair assi.datioll as a lUelll (
lesiiltinu trade out ol th. Ktate, ui whieh l., i uf thes boaid of due. tors, and in ," ,i
these lands will pa, taxch, and for w hah the -publie nav im lit has -.; . u his tiim- and lal
Other oiuni, unties ..f the Mate are taxed t ellt to the mt'ceiw of Mm effort. In these'
Siu.lv the Malheur eoiintv .ouit will not attain as ill h piivite life Mi iialhuuei
blind itaell to the uoaaibilitieN whieh the de bas made good, and jcdiringhy that, the Ix'Rt
velouinent of the .Ionian 'alh- has for all of criterion, he will make good in rcprc-
tile Kastelll end of the eollllt.V . eell if it does selitillu the people of tllih district III the letf-
niean that some name) must l- immt to ee ialatnre should th . a it seeas the are ,b--i-iiie
the ep.nditure ol the luii.lv mi.miM termiiiel to. eiid him to Salem to represent
tied I'V Man. MiolheivA W-II-' t hem lievt W inter.
The Best Is Cheapest
There is no use having varnish
on floors, furniture or woodwork
that turns white when
bruised or subjected to hot
or cold water and soap if
something better can be
had. We will be glad to
to you and give it tests that
will convince the most skep
tical that Chi-Namel is bet
ter than ordinary varnish. Sold only by
ONTARIO FURNITURE GO.