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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1921)
THE 0NTA1U0 A ROUS ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1921
Buy Them Here For Less --- Others Do
12 busy ptores
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"MAKE IT mOHTtJIdlrfi STORES
Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets, 95c to $5.00
Every pair 'guaranteed not to rust, break or tear. Why pay more?
Special Purchase New
All neat patterns specially priced,
lew patterns bought specially AOr t,A
sell for .... 401 yU
These are all good dress patterns that show
good taste and proper stylo
The New Tricofettes, yd $1.98
Another shipment of this popular cloth just ar
rived. The first one sold out in a hurry at
this price. Black, ivory, navy, brown
Georgette and Grepo do Chines, 40 in. M CQ
, wide, in all wanted colors pl.Ja
Silk poplins, 3G in. wide, per yard
32-in Zephyr Gingham, per yd
27-in Toil Du Nord Gingham, per yd
Devonshire and Kiddy Cloth, 32-in,yd
27-in Outing Flannel, lights and ,
darks, per yard i-
New Spring Suits Priced
$12.75 to $35.00
Fashion's latest decrees are reflected in our
models. Priced the Golden Rule way. We
have them as good, ,but s'ell them for less
New Spring Coats Priced
$12.75 to $35.00
A style for every taste. All the wanted colors
in the season's newest styles
New Georgette Blouses, $4.98
The newest creations in blouses
Style Without Extravagance
in Our Millinery Section
Ladies' Spring Hats - $1.59 10 $6.95
Our Trimmed Hats are wonders at - $4.10
Two Outstanding Dress Values
Tricolette Dresses, navy, brown, black, M C fin
they are stylish and good looking 4 Juu
Tricotine Dresses, a special purchase, (TO? en
each one a different style - yt't'.JV
New Bungalow Apron Dresses, M OQ T 1 flO
just arrived, special at , uJf yi,JO
All Silk Jersey Petticoats - fl.VO
Silk Flounce Petticoats - - - $''"o
Girls' Gingham Dresses, 6 to 14 years. ffl flft
Lowest prices offered in years - 4 ' "
In Our. Shoe Section New
Arrivals at the New Prices
Women's Black Kid Oxfords, Goodyear fr A nc
welt, all solid leather - - J4.1J
Women's Brown Kid Oxfords
Women's 84-inch'Mahogany, Calfskin
Boot, Goodyear welt, all leather,
best value we have shown in years
Growing Girls' Black Kid, low heel Ox
fords, a typical Golden Rule value
I'OIt BALE At tmi-Katn, 0110 now
houso In Torroco Heights with or
chard mid olghtoon Iota. A Lohoad
Ilunr Tlico Knrlo sing "Kllluniuy'
nt Tho Ontario 'Kurnituro Co, ami
llruuswlck record 13010 will have
n pluco by your liomo (Iro. 13Adv.
Thursday DREAMLAND Friday
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ARCADIA NEWS NOTES
Buster Keaton in "THE SCARECROW"
The Funniest comedy ever screened
Miss Iluth Darrott colohratod hor
17th birthday at m party Klvou at
tho homo or hor parents, Mr. and
Mm. Claronco Darrott, Monday even
ing, February 28tb. Thoso who at
tendod woro Lllllo Mao Hunt,
Tronslo Lackoy, Gonovn Vnughan,
Oortrudo Toiiboii, LouIbo Kounody,
Iluth Harrott. Mrs, C'larn Thompson,
Kim Klckobock, Clinrilo Nowblll,
Hobort Long, Paul Davis, Jack Dar
rott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Darrott. A pious
ant evening wob spont with music
and games. Lunch was sorvod by
tho hostess at a lato hour,
Itov. Dloni of Ontario proachod
Monday nnd Tuesday night of this
wcok nt Arcadia.
Tom Porrlau and family have
moved back to his homestead on tho
Island and tho chlldron nro coming
to school horsoback.
Elbort Dutler, Br. has bcon sick
for several days with grlppo.
Ed Wolfo nnd Karl Qulntloy at
touded n salo noar Ontario Thurs
day, Hugh Allen of Ontario tins, boon
attending tho meotliffcs nt this place-
Otis Dullard has been dragging
Rome of tho bad roads In this vic
inity and It has Improved thorn won
dorfully. Our H. V. D. man was ublo after
thren weeks of bad roads to got
back oifhls routo on tho upper road
Monday. Evoryono was-glad to see
htm as thoy had to go a mllo lir
tho mud to get tholr mall.
Mrs. Clnrn Thompson und Oor
trudo Teii8cn spent Monday night
with Mrs. Clarence Darrott nnd
George Link wont to Caldwell Sat
urday to spend tho weok ond.
Charlto Oossett bought a Ford
touring car Saturday from Ellis
Waters on tho Owyhee,
Grandma Thompson Is qulto sick
nt tho homo of her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Chas. Dullard Is raising
forty-five orphan lambs and they
nro all doing fine.
W J. IMnnoy Bold his hay to John
Hunt last week. Mr Hunt Is hav
ng tho hay chopped ror his sheep.
Ohnrllo Gossott has ronted tho
George Hnnsom ranch for this year.
Guy Wallace will work for him as
Mr Hansom himself will be rider
f--r the Shoestring ditch.
Mr and Mrs Karl Qulntloy. Mrs
Kd Wolfe and two children spent
tho evening .Wednesday with Mr.
nnd Mrs C. W. Darrott.
Her. Dlom of Ontario took dinner
with Charllo nullard and fnmlly
Wolfo and Qulntloy bought three
brood sows at a sale near Ontario
Thursday and paid $23.00 each for
Mrs. Damnrd and daughter left
for Dolso Wednesday morning.
'After visiting tlioro for a few days
thoy wll lgo cast for an oxtondod
Hats that suit ovory Individual.
Soo Hum. Morris Mllllnory and Nov
olty Shop. Adv. 13-14.
Itotlvnl iiii't'tliiK nt Niixnrono
Church (lining March. Itov I. (J.
Martin KvniiK'llt. Adv. 13-11
FOH SALE Doautlful qunrtor
sawed oak library tnblo 30x48.
Phono 68, 13-14.
FOIt HENT C acres northeast of
town, close In, Plonty of water.
Wrlto O. E. Harper, Ontnrlo. 13-Hp
It's A Corker!!!
That's What They All Say About
McDowell's Bankrupt Sale
J. A. SMITH, Broker,
closing out the entire stock of
"' IHcDowdl Furniture Compyr