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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1918)
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Buy a $ 1 00 Liberty Bend
Spend it with us at 100 cents on the
$1.00 and receive one of these Faultless
Sweepers FREE ' - " ' "
$1,28 buys vou the great
est Carpet Sweeper you
can find. Nickle trimmed,
rubber whppls taro-P fine
bristles, removable brush, easily cleaned,
and a long handle. Has all the features
of a $5.00 sweeper. Buy one now for $1 .28
Gallagher entertained In honor nf her
Mother, Mrs. E M. Hall, and her
cousin, Mr. Thomas Nelson of Ilolae.
Tho. present were the Mesdame
W. J. Wmh, Dalton Biggs. Hugh
Allen. O. K. Aiken. Will Allen. B. B.
Portner, H R Douglas and 8. D.J
l"sTPIiliiJl hi1 111
Buy a $100 Liberty Bend
Spend with us, $1.00 for $1.00, and re
ceive a sweeper FREE.
Have you seen seen those Axminster Rugs we
have on sale at $29.50? 9x12 $5 down, $1 week.
ONTARIO FURNITURE CO.
H. L. PETERTON
Mr. and Mr. W. W. Letson enter
tained at dinner on Sunday. The
guests Included Dr. and Mn. II. II
Whitney. Mr. and Mm J It. Rlark
aby and Mr. and Mrs. W. F Homnn.
The house formerly occupied BJ
Mra. Lucy Fox has been mild to H. II
Tunny, who with his family will
soon take possession
Thursday afternoon Mrs r. .1
Mr. and Mrs. Otto niacksln una
small daughter, of RlMilkj, spent
Faster at the home of Mr and Mm,
J It Mlackaby.
Thomas Logan of Hrogan was an
Ontario visitor Hn'urdny mid Wednes
day on business .11 connection with
the entertalnmeAt of the stork men s
Mra A McWIIIIams waa a Caldwell
visitor Wednesday. On her return
she was accompanied by her little
nephew who will visit at the McWII
llams home for some time.
Mrs. L, I Culbertson returned
Tuesday noon from Payette where sh
visited for day or two.
Mra W W Letsou returned Wed
nesday evening from LaOrande.
CAR IOAR OK BIO. M M
FRANK I. H ARII1VK
Walter Olenn went to llrogan Wed
nesday to look after his cattle.
Mayor C ('. Wilson of Nyaam waa
In Ontario today.
T. H. Olaaford of I'ocatello spent
Easter her. ss a guest of M La
Mrs. J. W. MeCuitoi h is up again
aft.r a severe attack of grip
STATE DEVELOPMENT BASED ON A BROAD
MINDED UNDERSTANDING OF OREGON'S
PEOPLE, RESOURCES, AND POSSIBILITIES
Washington and California on oith.r aid. of as are today vastly
more developed than Is this great empire of Eastern Oregon. W.
know that the potential possibilities her. are greater.
Von mid I know that this development for the advancement of
stale, nation and the Individual, must b. In tune with a state's ad
ministration which slnill rnske It the matter of greatest Importance
to apply sound business principles to this development
Politic In the ordinary sense must he placed on the shelf. As
long as polities must he ret-komicd With at ever mow. It Is Illogical
to expect more than the past has given us. Ten years from now,
under the policy of today, will see the situation exactly the MUM
We owe It to ourselves lo the state, to the Nation which needs nil
we can produce, to make the most of the good that nature has gtvaa
In thinking of l;if as a candidate Tor tin- Itepnhlican Nomination -for
(iovernor. consider me n man who la applying for the biggest busi
ness Job In the state, namely the a-overnors-hlp of the state Itself.
In hiring me consider my 1ft years successful conduit of mj
aonal affaire and the successful principles of community develop
ment which I have worked out and which I propose to apply In the
broadest sense In the state at larga.
jaw -s ' , a
xtJ I L.J.3impsoL.
The state house
nothing more than
the manager you
where the rule,
GOOD FOll THE
at Raleni Is
the off ' 1 .if
have lilr 4,
( lit K ATI.'
NCMIIKIt " shall always preve.l
On the basli of less politl. ,
sound buslncKi hacked by experi
ence In the d vilred lines. I com.
to you aa a candidate for the gov
ernorship L. J. SIMPSON
"Vosr Kind of a Man for i...
Hlmpimn for (tovmior l.eacix-
Helling Building. Portland. Oregon
A Singing Army Is a Fighting Army
VJMK Ol 1 III NATION'H URKAT-
1 si Ml'MH 1ANH ARK NOWf
rlGHTlNO IN FRANCE
COME IN AND HEAR MR. EDISON'S RE-CREATION OF
THEIR VOICES AND THE BONO THE BOYS ARE SINOINO AT
THE FRONT. AT
Turner's Musics News Shop
III I CHOeaH XtrTKH.
Mrs John Wood has taken over tho
sup.rlnt.ndency of th. work room to
relieve Mrs. E. M (Jrelg to devote
h.r antlr. tlm. to the growing duties
as secretary and the car. o th. aux
iliaries The first box of the new bandages
will go forward this wssk.
Leslie Snyder auditor for this dis
trict war here from Seattle Monday
to audit Hie accounts of the local
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Th. Ford Model T Oue-I'uu Truck ('basils. MOO
f. o. .. Detroit, has been thoroughly te-ted for more
than two years. It la sold you now in th. assured
condd.no. that It will aaeet your requirements and
sxpectations. Th. rogula,- Ford frame, only larg.r
tnd heavier, th. regular Ford motor with direct
drlv.n worm gear; wheal baa. of 1X4 inches and
will turn lnaid. a 4 S -foot clrci. It has all th.
duplicity of th. Ford ear, all the economy in oper
ation and maintenance Qme In and we'll glv. you
furl Iter details
EMMIE H A V KM. Me.agrr
V. B Staples, local manager of the
Easts Oregon Aulo company, re
celedr a carload of Franklins this
week ahlrh he is dleplsylng at the
liwsl sales room of the company In
the rnold building The cars ar. of
th. latest type tils model and are at
tracting a great deal of attention
The company report, the sale of a
Veil to llutherford Bros of Malheur
Alfalfa Seed for Hair Three and
half miles west of hospital. John
fTTaffl f? ITtim 1 f ' m in 11
.Sunday school at I" a in iii-w
tune 1 Morning worship cel.bra-
t of Lords Supper and reception
1,1 members at 11 a. in. (new fluid
In the evening the congregation will
join in the Liberty loan servlc at
the M K. church at 8 o'clock (new
tune 1 This meeting will be address
ed by Judge Wood Music by union
thorns i boss Everybody come
HERBERT LIVINGSTON, Mlnlstei
The Tuesday Brldg. cluh met tin
week with Mrs 0. H Emisou
r'oll svl.K Dropbead Mags'
lug luathlne In good aosViHtloa
Itader liro Adv -14-lt
I l-l-l '). SKRHFM.
The lllttoll which the li' Df
Van Waters haac ssssl coiidm-ilug ajg
GO 3 SAMP
THILE retaining all
T T those qualities that
have characterized and
famed Goasard corsets in
past seasons, they strike a
new note in corsetry a
subtle change that is re
flected in a more delicately
Ix.aitiful outline and in an
cm 11 more graceful flat back.
Youth is the keynote in the
style of these new Gossard
' Without any undue pres
sure you are assured abso-
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of movement because the
Gossard secret of scientific """Nu
boning assures the most
perfect support where it is
needed; proper breathing
is induced and the whole
body thrown into the
healthful poise advocated
by your physician.
bahslf uf Hi. local Eplscpopsl coagrc
'gallon will conclude next Hunday
Imorutug in the Masonic hall at 10 i
. m , at which time th. doctor will
, deliver his lecture on. Ho th. Re
ligion of the World fan Be I'nltaxl
I'nder the Principle of Jeu th.
!( hrist Ev.rybod w.lcoin.
Mr aad Mrs. H L Ross of Baker
spent the eek end with ihe Johu
This is the
Thirty atcond Announcement and Proclamation of
Goaaord Coroot Style for Spring and Summer, 1917
The new models vary in height of bust and length of skirt as
they should to meet the individual requirement t.f the various
figure types, but the general tendency is toward less comet, lotjaaj
butt and shorter skirts with a smaller waistline indicated un
skillful designing rather than actually expressed.
" ni icxwy 10 one 01 m many model dnigoed lo'
your Bgurc typt at SJ-00, IJ 50, ).50, R(, $f5 anJ
up Aa expert cortctisrs who nndtm4i xur cortrt
probltmi will aetm it a pJcaaurs to kt you without
BOYER BROS. & CO.