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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1918)
ONTARIO, MALHEUR OOTJHTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAROH 28, 1918.
IN ALL THE NEWEST STYLES
OR the "nifty dresser" we have just received a
line of Shoes that will meet every requirement in
style, fit and service in the Famous
Colored Patent Leather Shoes
PUMPS AND OXFORDS
THE COLORED PATENT LEATHER IS THE VERY LATEST
THINO IN SHOES AND WILL BE IN GREAT DEMAND. WE
ARE SHOWING THESE IN ONTARIO FOR the FIRST TIME.
High Topsam Oxfords
In white and all popular
A large shipment of the new
Oxfords for men and women.
Oxfords are coming back
strong this year and we have
a most excellent stock from
which to choose. Also our
line of high tops in white,
black and all popular shades
was never more complete.
ei' if r i
Of all kinds
Our Hole Proof and Black Cat Hosiery
stock offers greater inducements than
ever before. The lines are complete.
You can match your shoes or dress
from our offerings.
ALLEN SHOE COMPANY
SUCCESSOR TO NEWTON'S
The cow is the farmer's friend. She will fur
niah you with ready money all the year round.-1
That is if you bring your milk and cream to us, "
That the r;jJichers of this section appreciate th
service of mil omniiatinn is. evidenced by tli.-'i
increased number who sire bringing lit. prodi
of all kmd. If you are not one of fJawn w- -Kpect
fully solicit your patrona '
Ontario lce& Colo Storage
Wtrtmy ail kinds of Produce
1 1. the Republican voter of Malheur
I hereby announce my Candida, y
iur tlio office of County Judge of
Malheur ('ouoty, subject to your will
primary elect iou, May 17,
Uuslusss efficleucy tu the Ccunly
bualnetu. based on buaiueah prlnci
plea, will ba my aim lu office ir
noiumatrd i.nd elected.
Good road to be a onalderMlou
lor nil parts of the County.
V lone Third Crop Hay for !--C.
at Haaa, Ontario 11 -If
FOR BSJUal o'raue Hun. h an i
Belgian Stallion can ba seen at n.
ranch half mile Baat of Ontario
J P Schall Adv lS2t
WANTBI) A wlrl, or woman for
general housework Koor In fatrllv
Uood wage. Jamleaon. Oregon Ap
pl Phone -H. Ontario '. Adv.lt
1AAHI Had Km Maff at depot
laat Saturday nil i pli-am
to Millinery a Art Moir and n.ew
Waated la trade:
koree for good caw.
Mrs. T. A. Hager aad two children
who nave baa vtelllng aire, Hager
parent. Mr. aad Mra Law Adaiue. ra
tarned to tbelr boma la Cambridge
Jamaa Lawrence of Vale attended
tha cattle sale Saturday. -S
Thnmaa and IHve l,ngn of Tlrognn
were in Ontario to bid on cattle taut
Mm. J. R. Rasmussen spent tha
Mr and Mra. Kay Wilapn.. aater
Inad thla weak Mr. and Mr. I-aw-
ton of Minneapolis, who are touring
woek from her son Robert that he
had been trsnsfered to Utlca. N. Y.,
for special training r.nd study In Hit
aviation sen Ice
Mrs T I.ng of (llonn'a Ferry Is
spending the week here with her hus
1'nnil at Miss t.nvine Smith's Tus-
waak end visiting Meads In Ulenn s day she went tn Crsne, returning
I errj .
T!ie Wertnesdv Rrldge cltih mot
HiIh woek at the homg "T Mr.. l( 0
Mr and Mrs. Prank Rader wen
host Tuesday evening to the Carna
John- Gordan. the SkullsprlnKs
sheepman, was an Ontario visitor
Allan Johnson of vVestfalt looked
Off the stock offered lit Inst Siilur
A daughter. Miss Muriel Margaret,
srrlvnl Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brooke are re
joicing over the arrival of a daughter
at their home Wednesday morning.
Mrs A Murphy of Ttetilsh. stop
ped off in Ontnrlo Tnaaday on lior
way home from Maker where she 1 1 m
been visiting her (laughter.
Mr nrd Mrs. .1 It
daughter Margaret motored to Home
ilnle Sunday to visit Mr and Mr'
Otto Rlnckahy In their new home
they have Just built Hi
Mrs n It Taggnrt gave a very en
lovable afternoon party on Tuesda;
Those present ere the Milmni J
R RastnUHsen. C. M Staley, Paul
I'iiimi. Jacob Printing, (1. K Alknn
iitul Miss .n inn Smith.
According to n letter rerehe.l h
his aunt. Miss f.avlne Smith, from
William llliickahy. (he soldiers l'i
Rngland are on quite a rigid war
diet alt lu ho adds "so far, however,
I haven't lost my weight on It " U
also mention the fact that few ato
are aaaa. gasoline being ana dollar a
gallon and nearly everyone riding a
blrvcle Ray Hover had left cftmp
lhat day February 28th preeani
ahly for "somewhere In France."
IMIKO STM'rM MXKINK
CORPH WANT IKMVI M
The Culled States Msrlne ('orpt is
uilting for 2000 men at nine Met
between the ages of 18 snd H years
Including registered and married
men may ehllst The Msrlne corps
Is the oldest branch of the I'. 8. aer
vlce, being organized In fore either
the arm) or 'y. That have car
rl'.l tha Flag of Victor) In Tripoli,
Sumatra. FIJI Is"lnti(ls, Mexico. Phil
ippines, ciilnn. Mil v t i itid Harltfl Dth
Hlncknhy an. I mlngo. Marinea ara aarvlnf ia
France at the present lime, they be
ing the first Amartcan troops of the
Expeditionary Force to set foot on
Murines tire Irnlned and serve a
Infantry. Artillery, Cavalry, Engin
eers, and Signalmen, also on board
batUeahlpI and cruisers Men can en
ter this plendtd lir.incli of '.ervlce
only by voluntary anllatmanl Men
desiring to enlist for the DCHATION
in-' lit i : v.i; ...n obtain full Infor
matlon by calling In person or writ
ing to the United states Marino Corps
Recruiting Station. I'nnatiin building.
Third and Alder atreeta, Portland.
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Of rupremt aiianaiil la tbe laaue of the war. The price of wheat aad the turn ef politics are aenoua injuV
i but - the ITiird liberty Imui in Oregon meana more than all. It meauie
Baekuig up tti bay who have beam eent te the evtraeaa battlafieMs.
rjijl aaM abuiwUnl loans of spare rash to the war treasury, in loral trade terms, ia the translation ad
mirnrr into airplanes, guaa, ammunition, proviaiona, ahipa aad every device of raedera war for the Anvrrwaa.
War . p. i .hturee reach every avenue of huaiaeiui la this taU.
Threara. "Bridge the IW Bur a Uberty Head." ia the were ef Mra. H. M. MrKenna of Aatoria. and
M. Eva I hall ef Kugwae.
Prepare for tha Third ltaa which opeM Saturday, April , with Victory celahraUona throughout Orrgoa.
Ihe governor aad Mayor will ereelaim the aigaificaaee aad argaaay ef aartksrpatien ia the raising ad
Oregon's share of thai defease fund. Rallies, opaa air gatherings, sperchea. parades. UlumanUeaa, the Riaa
it Again lit. rt Hell ea the door ef rvery heueeliold. and Dy rrarf aaaan. ne niiuu or mm
rged to forke all egftar aeuvttaag aaa ym ia use apint aaw ss wv.. w aw.
Bag ia buyiag a Bead tha IVat Dagi
This the first ef a aenea ad earte aad iligaa by
baked by the UaVKaTTT IOAH OOMknTTtai aad the space
Oraaaaa iUmeaaitera aad vraMaao wktak will be gsaV
fa whiek. U part at tha paaadaakr aflWtag of tha
BOYER BROS. & CO. DEPT. STORE
Join the Crowd
Are you behind Uncle Sam? Our comrades in the
trenches are giving their lives for us.
Let's loan Uncle Sam all we can at this Liberty Loan
drive so that there will be a steady stream of focd and
ammunition going forward all the time.
BOYER BROS. & CO.