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THE ONTARIO ADOUS 0NTAK10, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1M9
TheOntario A rgus
O, K. AIKEN, Editor ami 1'ulillsher
Published Thursdays at Ontario,
Oregon, and cntorcd at tho Ontario
post offlco for distribution ns 2nd
8UUSC1UPTIONS Ono Year 1-C0
Hood ltlvcr, tho most famous IT
not tho greatest of OroKon's orchard
valleys, Is threatened with an Invn
mIoii of JupM. ThlK threatened
cnlninlty has served to awaken slum
borliiK Portland to n realization of
what Ib roIiik on. Tho surprlsliiB
thins Is Hint Portaml has shown a
wIIIIukiicm to discuss the situation
That tho situation Is a serious one
thero con bo no doubt, oven Tho Or
egon Voter, that maid champion of
Orlontlal trade, vIowh It so In a ro
cent Issuo, by comparing It to the
Negro question of tho South.
Ono of tho things that make The
Voter seo trouble ahead Is the fact
that tho American Legion has taken
a stand on tho iiuestlon and Is de
termined that It bo soiled at onco be
fore tho situation becomes unbear
able. Tho tlmo 'm come In tho history
of tho Amorlcan people when they
must decide whether or not America
Ih to bo a land of Americans for
Americans ruled by Americans; or a
laud of unaHftlinllatcd foreigners,
owned by foreigners, ruled by the
Ideas' of foreign agitators.
Not only must tho citizens of the
Industrial centers consider this prob
lem where Its most violent affect ma
bo Keen, but tho rosldents of tho rural
sections must determine what will
happen to them If tho whole country
become Infested with Jupxund other
nallonalltles that can not be assimi
lated In our civilization.
must liavo been delicious If ItK rapid
salo bo any Indication of Its quality
Tho secretary of tho commercial
club Informs iih that bo has recently
been asked about Ontario's schools
by a Callfornlaii who stated that he
had heard glowing accounts of the
quality of work dona In tho Ontario
EPISCOPAL Clll'HCII NOTICE
Dr. Ocorgo H. Van Waters will
hold Episcopal sorvlcotf at tho Ma
sonic Hall Sunday ovenlng. Novem
her 9. Thoro will bo n Holy Com
munion service nt 7:. 10 and EvQiiltig
Prayer and address nt 8 o'clock
SEWINO WANTED At home
Mrs. I. It. Manson, ono block west of
Congregational church. 49-fiO
November 11 Is tho first anniver
sary of tho signing of tho armistice
which brot tho world war to an end.
Tho day should bo fittingly celebrat
ed In every town In tho world that
bad sons and brothers In tho armies
of tho allied armies.
November 11 should bo a day of
Thanksgiving In every homo for had
not that day arrived when It did
grief would have uloudod many that
now enjoy the fellowship of dear
onotc who woro over thoro.
Ontario has not boon behind In
any uITort to show Its appreciation
for tho work of tho mon who entered
tho service and It should not let this
opportunity pas to give another add
ed tribute to them or to record Its
thaiikfuliiCMM that tho war Is over.
According to a iiuwh story from
Sotlln, (lormaiiy, tho male llocho are
playing truo to form. Thww chival
rous Huns are no longer to do honors
for tho femalu of the specie when
I hey go to dances mid tho theatre
lu Hun land tho women will pa
their own way In tho future It will
literally bo -Dutch treat "
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Friday morning. Oct 31. nt the
usual assembly period In tho study
ball the tlmo was given over to a
Hallowo'iia entertainment. The llrst
number was a talk on tho origin and
customs of llullowu'uo by Mis Con
way. A song, "I.lttle Orpbaut An
nie," by tho (llrls (lleo Club followed
and wan heartily encored. Tho boy
of tho Srd and 1th gradM sung r
Hrowulo song which was greatly ap
preciated. Tho froslimau girls gave
n weird and roallstlc ghost dance
with which thu program muled.
At tho close of the program Friday
morning tho football loam left for
Nyssa amid tho 'dicers and good
wlshiw of tho student body. The
giimo at Nys that afternoon ended
lu a victory for O. H. S. with a score
of Ci to tl.
Tho report cards wero given out
Friday, It being tho end of tho llrst
six weokB' parted.
ltutli Mcdullocli has been ubwnt
from boIiooI tho pant wind; bemuse ol.
Illnuss In liar family.
Erllng Field regUterod hut Mon
day as a mambur of the Sophomore
"Friday ovenlng, Oct. 31, tho girls
of tho N. N. club entertained the
members of tho Nut club at a Hal
low o'no party lu tho high school
Tho girls of tho D. S. department
hold n candy salo Wednesday noon at
tho high school and Wednesday ovon
lug at tho Dreamland. Tho windy
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We can como nearer giving you real values in Suits
and Overcoats than you can And anywhere:
MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS $18.50 to $30.00
MEN'S ALL WOOL OVERCOATS, 15.00 to 30.00
BOYS' SUITS, G.50 to 12.50
BOYS' OVERCOATS, 7.50 to 15.00
All we ask is a comparison.
$3.50 to $10
All Solid Leather.
You will ilnd remarkable
values in our Men's Shoes.
$3 to $5
These days it is hard to
find good solid all leather
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Secured in a remarkable
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one is at a marked saving.
Dependable materials, full
cut and well made gar
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Less Than Present
Pure wool composes most
of the material in these
sweaters. Sixes 2(5 to III.
Priced $2.25 to $4.50
In the Ladies' Depart
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Children's New Wool
Serf? e Dresses, priced
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New Bath ftobes $4.50 to
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CANE MOLASSES is used oxtensivoly through
out this country and Europe as a sheep and
cattlo feed. It is equivalent of corn in carbo
hydratesfattening qualities and when com
bined with ground wheat screenings or alfalfa
meal makes the most palatable, succulent feed
obtainable at a prico less than half that of corn.
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of ground screenings or alfalfa meal so that it
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..CI round screenings and molasses iJtfO.OO per
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