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THE ONTARTO AIHJ CS, ONTARIO, OrtEGON, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1919
NO. 1 WAIHT
are hitting the spot with the young
fellows and the older fellows who
ought to look young.
THESE WONDERFUL SUITS
are in the $30 and $40 class they have the make
and they have the pep. Sale price
With a splendid range t patterns in the new
greens, grays, oxfords and browns. They are
sure the dope for you fellows from 16 to 40 years
Stout and Slim Men
Better see the special models we have
for you at
Cut long or short in the body, right length legs
and correct cut in waist and seat for your indi
Men's Odd Pants
in all colors and grades are still going at
SPECIAL PRICES. Look up last reason's
coat and vest; see if you do not need an extra
pair of pants.
Specials on Shirts
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER ONTARIO, OREGON
,ETTER8 FROM THK
BOYS 'OVER THERE'
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and l lien forced to travel .tout suite '
;i:il Hit Over.
"Arrived at Maaaon-Ponthlen Mar
ch 27, In the wee amall hours Tlha
smell village la between Auxl-le-Chat-cau
"Fritz was stopped at laat. and wo
were glad to operate here with Hie
I)e llavlluiid four bomberR for al
most three mouths.
"June 2.1, tin' orders i nine fur Hie
2 2nd to assemble, and we hid our
Kngllsh friends In the once fifth l(
N. A. 8. (now the 205th It A K I,
Cnn.lliye Took trucks to St Omar
and here I met Hill P. again On
train via Calais, llologne, Klap!
other large town to Iasoudoun In tl-e
southern part of France. June 20.
1918. Was mighty glad to leave
there July R. Next slop was Orly
(via Orleans). Just outside of I'nrlx
the town of them all!
"Was there or around there when
not In Paris or Versailles until Aug
ust 14 Train to Toul, where the
22nd went Into action as I perrult
squadron on the American front.
"The victorious Yank offensive
was on, and September 22. moved to
Delvaln, near Bnn-le-Duc (This wis
after the St Mlhlel offensive I
"The Yanks advanced and on No
vember H. we moved to Soullly on
Verdun front Armistice slgneil No
vember 11, and here we are still at
Soullly. the cleaneat city (?) In
Franec. now! The next move 1 hope
la to l.e Harve and hack to the good
old V. 8 A . the aooner the quicker
"The 22nd, though laat In action
In thla group, Is first In honors. 4 2
Frltx planea accounted for officially.
t present Not had
"I certainly am anxious to return
and see you all Don't think It will
be long, either, the way the rumor
"This loaves me In the beat of
health, etc Your aon,
ommkiu i.i, cum
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auch work la not done by those win.
r lion 1(1 do It."
W W I Ionian declared that at pre
sent one of the crying needa of On
turlo la more modern houses Every
day, ho aald there aro families search
I ii k the city to find a habitation, and
without success. Now it la evident
that there are people who want to
live here, aud that community has the
opportunity to grow, but It must
have more homes
"I do not know Just how in get
these homes, hut It seems to me with
the demand that Is existent that local
capital would find profitable Invest
ment In modern Iuhiuh
While discuslng needs for the,
growth of the community, Prank
Under called attention to the present
condition of some of the romlH lend
ing to the city He said:
"We may pave our atTWtl and
build homes, both of which uro verv
good, but ut the present time, un
lesa they had an airship there are
people about Ontario who would nev
er get to town to see either Ol them
We must get action that will Im
prove the road conditions lending t
Bunda Monday. February 2.1 A 24
WOMAN AND Win "
Tueaday, February 2Mb
' MAKIHAOKS AUK MAM
Mutt Jeff Cartoon Draft Hoard
Wedneaday. February 26th
l rill I RARRYMORF
"OUR MK8. CHE8NEY"
Drew Cemedy: Has Logic
Thursday February 27th
Friday and Saturday Feb 28 and
The Dreamland Theatre takea pltaa
ureure In announcing that Instead of
INFATUATION. "THE 8COPIH1E ".
Iiiih been procured.
ALSO Kattenjamer Klda In III.
KIVK TO TEN run
OIVEN JOHN HANLON
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Fahy, E. M. Moore, J. M. lUndleman,
Jerry Ilrosnan and A. 0 Holly.
The defendant was on the stand
for nearly two hours, admitted the
shooting nnd tried to establish under
the questioning of his conunael, At
torneys P. Monroe Smock and John
Norrls of Payette, a case of tem
porary Inaunlty, due to brooding over
alleged wrongs resulting from an al
leged robbery In Jordan Valfey
linlcr the cross examination by
Attorneys J. W McCullnch and W W
Wood, who prosecuted the case, he
admitted that he believed this
Insanity lasted hut a short time and
that he had always recognlxed that
It was wrong to shoot any man. He
admitted buying the gun In Van
couver. Washington after a trip to
Salem to see (lovernor WIHiwronihe
He also admitted practicing with the
weapon while In Ontario
The Jury was out but I short time
before arriving at Its decision Tues
day evening Hanlon was taken 'o
Salem laat night.
WHO SAYS IT?
:'I'ii;kiii. through the mud of
Camping In tbe rain.
Hiking in a frosen trance
Down some (lei man plain;
"Fall In I' bear the sergeant -.
Par from home and clever:
Tell me, who the bally hell
Said the war "s over?"
Chow for breakfast alum foi
Who aaya men art free
While the bugler a foolish tuna
Plpea the reveille?
Right dress!" hear tba sergeant
Kiom Malm across to Dover,
I II me who the hall it wui
Said the ww "was over?"
Cleaning up a maaa of wire,
Stained with clotted blood
Where the big trucks bog and mire
In the wlntar mud,
Full of filth and fleas and fuia
Cannoneer and drover,
Tell ma who the fat-bead wui
Said the war "waa over?"
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We will carry a complete line in the following hand painted china
Our patterns in Cut tJlass will be Libby Pitkin & Brookt
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Our line of Community Silverware is complete in the
In hollow Silverware we have a line of Baking Dishes, Bread
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will beautify your table.
We extend to the people a very cordial invitation to come in
and look over our line.
H. P. RAUTENKRANZ .
JEWELER AND Ol'TICIAN