The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, February 27, 1919, Page 8, Image 8

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THE ONTARIO AK;rs. ONTARIO, tmEGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 80, i!U
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I.KVI STR.UHS
NO. 1 W.UNT
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$1.95
ALEXANDER CO.
OVKKAI.1.8
NOW
$1.75
Waist Seam
Suits
for
Young Fellows
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
$23.50z:$28.50
With a splendid range of 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
$18.75:l:$23.50
Cut long or short in the body, right length legs
anu correct cui in waist and seat tor your indi
vidual requirement.
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
Still Continues ett
$1.15
AND
$1.35
ALEXANDER CO.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER ONTARIO, OREGON
ll.liTTKHH moM TUN
lioH OVMI THKRK
(Continued from I'nge Six I
iiiu! then forced In travel .tout suit"
t;iai its Over.
i rived nt Miismoii-l'oiil hii-ii Mar
ill 117, in tilt' wee small hours Tills
Hlllllll village Is between Anxi le rim'
eau nml Ahhcrvlllt.
"Frlti was slopped at IhhI. nml w .
were glad to oponte hen Willi Hit'
IH' llnvlliiml four bombers fOf a I
most tlirro montliH.
"June L'S, the orders mine lor tin
Ulind to assemble, anil we bill our
Kngllah friends In the onre fifth U
N. A. 8. (now the 206th H. A F I,
Onmlhye. Took trucks to St. Oninr
anil here I met Hill II. again. On
trnln via Calais, Ilnlngne, Ktaplcs and
otloT large town to Issotiiloini In the
southern pari of France, June 2G,
1918. Was mighty glad to kWTt
l illy I. Next Ktop was ()rl
(via nrleaiiNi, juat nut utile of Paris
l lif IOWI of them nil!
"Wll llirre or around there when
not In I'arla or Versailles until Anr
ust II Train to Tout, where tin
ItSd wont into ai'tion as a prrrult
squadron on the Anierlran front.
'The vii'torlous Yank offenirlve
wai n, and Septeniher 22, moved to
Unh.un. mar llon-lc-Duc. (ThlK wit
nftiT the St Mlhlel offensive )
"The Vatika iidvaneeil and on No
venitier K. we moved to Houilly on
Verdun front Armistice signed No
leinliiT II, and here we ure nt 111 at
Houilly, the cleaneat cly (?) In
France, now! The next move I hope
la to l.e llurve and hack to the good
"lil I s A . the winner the ttilcknr
' Ih" 22nd, though IiihI In artlon
In this group, Ih drat In honors, 4!
Frlti plain i accounted for offlrlaliy.
at present. Not had
' I I irlaliily am anxiouH to returii
and aee you all. Don't think It will
bo long, either, the way the ruimr
goes
"Thla leaven me In the beat of
health, etc Your aon,
' RUFVI DtKWIDDIl
without success. Now It Ih evident
that there arc people who want to
live here, and that romiiiiinlty bus the
opportunity to grow, but II must
have miiri' hoini'H
"1 do not know JiihI how to K"t
Ihi'He liouii'H, hill It hcciiih 10 me Wttl
the deiiiimd that In existed! that lOCjU
capital would tlnil profitable Invest
meiit In modern lionieH.
While dlscuslng needs for the
growth of tin' community. Frank
Under culled tit lent ion to the present
condition "I MM of Hie rnnds lend
ing to the eit) He said.
"We ill n pine our streets and
hillld hollies, hoth of which are wrv
good, hut at the preaent time, un
Icsh they hud an airship there are
people uhout Ontario who would nov
it ret to town to see either of them
We must gel action that will Im
prove the road rondltloiiH lending to
the city.
Dreamland
O Attractions
ONTAIUO. OUKtiON
Sunday Monday, February 211 & 24
iiri: HUD!
WOMAN AN1 WII'F.
I'athe News
Tuesday, February 2.Mh
raoov iivi.wn
in
"MAMKIACF.H AUK MAM
Mutt K Jeff Cartoon llnifl Hour, I
Wednesday February 2Ulh
1MB lltltlttMOltK
In
iiiu Mus OHMNB1
Drew Cemedy: (Itm Logic
I IVK TOTKN VKMIN
CltVKN John H J
(Continued From l'HR
Fuhy, I M. Moore. .). m uijT"
Jerry llrosnan and A c unir
Tlie defendant m on ih,
for nearly two hours, MaM
shooting and tried to fHtnhllihi
thn questioning of his mnum,
torneys IV Monroe Hnio. k atii
Norrla of Fayette, a ense (
pornry insiiiiiiy, nue in lirnodin,!
allegeii wrongs resulting from.
legotl rohhery In Jordan VhI;
1'nder the croaa cxaniinatlal
Attorneya J. W. McCullm h andn
Wood, who prosecuted th
admitted that he licUsy
Insanity lasted but a short tlratl
that he had always rerognltl
It wiih wrong to ahoot any mm
admitted Inning thn gun g
coiner, Washington after a M
Suleni to aee Uovernor Wlthwct
He ah.o admitted practicing wni
weapon while In Ontario
The Jury wna out but n nhort i
before arriving at Ita decision
day evening. Hanlon wan ukJ
Salem laat night
coMMK.ItCI.W. t'l.UB
DlltKCTOItN lillllin
ii'oiitiiiui-.i From Paia 1)
Ml work Is not done by thoae who
ahoiild do It."
W F Unman declared that at pre
sent DM of the crying needs ol i in
turlo Ik more modern houses BTW
day, he aald there are families sear'h
lug Mie city to find a habitation, mid
Thursday February ITth
MADOI KKWKIm
In
"Flt!i:Nl lll'SHAND"
I'atlin News
Friday and Saturday Feb 28 and
March 1st
The Dreamland Theatre lakes B .
ureure In announcing that Instead of
INFATUATION, THI KOUROat",
hus been procured.
AI.SO--KatxenJamer Kids In Ilia
On ik Pact.
WHO SAYS IT?
Slogging through the mud
France,
Camping In Hie rain;
Hiking In a froxen trance
Down some (ieiman plain.
"Full In!" bear the sergeant )(
Kur fi'ini home and Inter
Tell me, who the bally hell
Said the war "waa over"
Chow for ' brea..lat Mum
noon
Who says men are free
While the Imglei'a foolish tunt
I'lpea (he levellle?
UlKht dress'" bear the sergag
bull
Fiom Muni ui toss tn Dnur
fell ulio the hall It win
Said the war "was over?"
Cleaning up a maaa of Irtn
Sialned with clotted blood
When, the i,iK trucks bog and mm
In Hie Inter mud.
Full of lllih and fleas and fux
Cannoneer and dflpver,
Tell me who the faAead win
Said the war "was over''"
Urantland Hica
Hand Painted China
Silverware,
Cut Glass. Jewelry
We have just received a shipment of each of the aboye lines,
which we would be very glad to show you.
We will carry a complete line in the following hand painted china
Nippon,
Stouffers,
Buchanan
t0u'-. P?"erns in Cut (Jlass will be Libby-Pitkin & Brook-Uark-Vwtan,
and the Star and Grape in the cheaper patterns.
Our line of Community Silverware is complete in the
Sheraton
Patrican
Adam
In hollow Silverware we have a line of Baking Dishes, Bread
Trays, Cheese and Cracker Trays, Dessert Sets and other articles that
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 OI'TICIAN