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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1919)
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THE ONTARIO AROUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 3919
Boyer Bros. & Co.'s
6reat October Sale of 90
More than a month earlier than usual we offer our Dresses at large reductions.
PRICED $19.05 and $24.95.
Tailoring is good, being made by our regular manufacturers to sell at regular prices. Each
little detail of these Dresses is carefully executed.
OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 1
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50 STYLES IN MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND
iMiiny customers tell us what a wonderful collce
fimi we have for their selection. All styles mid
colors. The warm comfortable kind from $2.00 to
$10.00. The new Ripple- models in all the new
shades, priced at $10.00.
In the most desired shades heavy wool mater
ials in the popular weaves, priced $2.75 to $5.00.
Inst the thing for tliosi . liorl, nifty coats, as well as
fop the warm auto coat.s Lining to match.
For the entire familv. New arrivals in the last
few days have very nuicli again completed our lines
of all grades of underwear until you will not have
the least trouble in finding just what you wish in
quality and price.
A SPECIAL SHOWING OP WOMEN'S AND
MEN'S BATHROBES, $4.50 to $10.00.
Profit by an early selection. We have a splendid
new stock of Bathrobes, shawl collars and buttoned
fronts, also with cord at neck and girdle at waist.
Prices will be found to be most reasonable.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
400 TO SELECT FROM
Real Blankets and Comforts of quality Priced
that you would hardly know that there had ever
been an advance.
These nippy mornings makes one wonder where
tl fey can find just what they want and the price
they wish to pay.
You will find them here.
DON'T FORGET THE DATE
October 24 to November 1
WOMEN'S SUITS AND COATS
Suits and coats for all occasions. The largest
and best showing to lie found and priced at $17.50 to
$G5.00. A vat assortment of styles to select from,
in belted and loose effects with collars of soft ma
terial, or of fur or plush. You cannot do better than
come to this store for your new Pall Garments..
SHOES, SPATS AND SILK HOSIERY
We have every thing that is stylish in ladies'
shoes with silk hose to match, in grades from $1.00
Spats that you cannot match in quality any
where for the price. Colors, Fawn,7 Pearl, Toupe,
Castor. Price, $3.00,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
A specialist from Chicago
loaned to this store, by
Dr. Wm. M. Scholl
the recognized foot authority, is here i
now. lie will Dc acre only
MiiihIu) mill Tui'-iTiiv, Oilnlier UT-ilH
to foot pothered people should lote no
time in cominu 10 see mm.
Examination and Advice
This expert knows all shout fett.
Ho Know Ilia famous Dr. Scholl
methods of correction and he
flint ha .,
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Let Mm examine your foot and
tell you what Is the trouble, the
cause and the way to quickly
correct It. Let Mm demonstrate
on your own foot that you can
Immediately. You don't have lo
wear "freaky" or loose shoes.
I no i;r, bcnou pian is 10 give
foot comiort while you wear
tho styiun, wen lining inoci
Mm. A. JiwiiiIhIi nnd iluuitlitor, MIhh
1'nullno, arrived homo ycHtorday
from nn extended trip thru l ho inih!
Tluiy wpont moHt of their tlmo lslt
lug nt Mm. JikiuIhIi old homo In
Joh. Daim of WelHor who Haw nor
vice In tlio hovpltul corp mill was nt-
tnchod to thu psycopahtlc Horvlco In
tho hospitals of Washington I). (' , Ih
Imck nt IiIh old Jolt In tho Ontario
Mrs. Ksthor Clnrrctt, after n vaca
tion of nearly a month, has returned
homo to Ontario. Slio roporta a do-
llKhtful tlmo vlaltliiR frlondH In Ohio,
Chicago and WIhcoiihii.
Mm. Mary Smith of Iluolah wiw
hrot to tho hospltul hero Tuesday for
an oporatlon. Her sou Prank Smith
accompanied his mnthor on tho trip
from tho Interior.
Mm. t F. Trow of Criuio Ih visit
Iiik hor parents, Mr. and Mm. David
Dunlmr, eiiHt of town,
Mr and Mm. I.. 11. Kryo of Nyssa
woro Ontario visitors Saturday oven-
Tho TuoBihiy Ilrldgo Club Inaugur
ated Its winter sensou hy meeting
this week at thu homo of Mm. W II
Mm. J. It. ItuHmiuspii entertained
a fow frlemlH at bridge last Thursday
Tho Women's Cluh met this uftor
noon nt tho homo of Mm. K. M
Mm. M, S. Staloy of Montpeller ar
rived Friday to visit her daughtor,
Mm, J II, llasmusseu.
Mr, nnd Mrs. 1. J. (Sullugher re
turned Saturday from a trip Into the
Karl Sample of Welser Hpont Sun
day lu tovwi. ,
Mm. M, It. Stanton left Wednes
day for Cisco, Texas. Her departure
was hastened In order that she might
meet Mr Stanton at Fort Worth
Hofore leaving tho city she sold her
rosldenco on Morfltt btreet to Mrs,
Mrs K. h. Ilelmoro end daughter
of tilouiis Ferry wero the guests, tho
first of tho week, at tho homo of Mr
and Mm J. W. McCulloch.
Saturday, November 1
Having rented my farm, and expecting to retire from farming, 1 offer nt public
auction on my farm five miles southwest of Ontario, and one mile south from
Cairo, on the Boulevard road, the following; starting promptly at 10 a. nn
1 fresh Jersey cow and calf
2 good niileh cows
5 shouts weighing about 325 lbs.
1 mare, five years old, weighing 1400
mare, five years old, weighing 1000
1 bay gelding, o.yrs. old, weighing 1000
1 sorrel gelding, 4 yrs. old weight 1400
1 black mare, 8 yrs. old, weight 11100
1 bay filly, 3 yrs. old, weight 1200
1 2-yr. old gelding, weight 1100
1 saddle and driving pony
1 span two yr. old mules, coininj
0 yearling mules, coming two
' mule colts
Thoroughbred Plymouth "Rock chick
ens and turkeys
20 colonies bees
1 dining table
3 dining chairs
4 rocking chairs
1 sanitary cot
2 iron bed steads complete with springs
2 iron bed steads
1 writing desk and book case
1 Brussels rug in fair condition
1 Koine Comfort range
1 Edison phonograph
Two bottlo milk tester
Dishes, cooking utensils and many
2 heating stoves
1 hay rako
I manure spreader
II walking plows ,
1 double cultivator
1 shovel plow i
1 fresno scrapper
1 slip scrapper
2 single cultivators
1 combined harrow
J) sets harness ,
1 set single harness
2 hay wagons
1 box wagon, Hi, in.
1 tripple geared feed chopper
1 root chopper
1 bono cutter
1 Bean sprayer
1 lawn mower
1 3-horse gasoline engine
1 log chain
Vice and anvel, and other articles too
numerous to mention.
TERMS All sums' under $10 cash. All over $10 a bankable note mav be
given for one year with interest at 10f r . 3rf discount given on cash payments.
FREE LUNCOH AT NOON
J. A. WALTER, Owner.
DICKENS & MILLERS, Auctioneers.
Judge and Mm. O 1.. King, who
who loft Ontario Septombor C for a
trip thru the Middle West, are homo
again after u delightful outing. "Wo
had n good tlmo, but we are mighty
glad to be back home," was tho
Judgo's observation Sunday morning.
They reached Ontario Saturday night
from Kansas City.
W. F. HOMAN, Clerk.
n S Lee camo down from Nampa
Wednesday to have a tonsil operation
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. dlesler of ray
ette wero Ontario visitors on Wed
Just 3737 Oregon cows were test
ed for milk production by tho six
testing association In August, Their
average yield was 607.52 pounds of
milk carrying 30.44 pounds fat. Dig
as this yield Is It Is far below tho
production of the best herd, which
averaged 1392 pounds milk with
47 56 pounds fat. Tho heaviest milk
producor was a Holsteln cow giving
1779 pounds milk, and tho blggost
fat ylelders were a Holsteln and u
grado Jersey giving 76.14 pounds