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THIS ONTARIO ARQUS, ONTAEIO, OHEC10N, TIIUBSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919 J u SPt l J11- ' Ti'U-lH fcT-LV, I MI' '"III nrn.i .-mitwi i vi . r. iu luaf y 7- EMM NKt A.' I r'.-mHi9 I a Bft' rl H .MrWLII .1 If 'Mm WW l I "fff tlH KkLVv Rfflffflfl lilSr Ilmmu -J-t - -- -- "- r-i- n i - "- i i ifcirrir The Cjassy Creations i" rv i mr j sm . --4 ucjica ouii5 3 With either the one- v? u.,ii..- : i i j. c uuuiuii single urtjasu r- or the two - button double breast You will look better and you will feel better when dressed in one of these later models, and they are priced within reason $35.00, $37.50, $40.00 Overcoats of the Better Kind Chilly nights and bright days often tempt a fellow to wait a little longer before buying and the result is a severe cold Buy it now at these popular prices $20.00, $30.00, $40.00 ALEXANDER ONE PEIOE CLOTHIER ONTARIO, OREGON The Style Shop will have a Special Sale of Millinery I ll nil n Beginning Saturday, October 18; and continuing two weeks During this time we will offer all Millinery, Trim mings, Ribbons, etc., at a great sacrifice Our ethea: departments will also offer great at tractions for the two weeks. Milady can make selections for her entire wardrobe from the follow ing items: Dresses, skirts, waisie, comisales, vests, gloves, hosiery, gowns, combinations, sweaters, bathrobes, cor&ets, petticoats, bloom ers, evening dresses in georgette net, silk and satin For children we have a complete line ei: Hats and school dresses nt cost For infants everything in knit headwear, silk hoods and enpp, di esses, stockings, booties, bibs and everything. This sale is to make room for our large and attractive line of Art Goods and pictures, etc., which arc arriving daily Ontario National Hank Block Georgia Hull fllc Alfalfa Mold n Winter (hereout- (Continued Prom Pngo 1) lug season, It In csaontlnl t lint n sufficient growth bo allowed to ro und on tlio Hold to catch nnd hold snow, and to afford protection to tlio plants) 'from sovoro winter condltloiiH, It In ovon moro Importnnt that tlio lato growth bo not cut or grazed, alii co closo cutting or grazing mnkes it Impossible for tlio plant to Morn up tho necessary rcsorvo food ma terial In Its crown and roots. Unless thoro Is such rcsorvo upon which to draw, tho vigor of tho plant Is great ly Impaired nnd It Ik not ablo to wltliHtand sovoro winter weather. This Is truo of old as well as of young plants, nnd In many cases closo cutting linn been an responsible for tho morality of tho plants' as lack of Inherent linrdlnoHs on the pnrt of tho Btraln. Initio liny Crop IOno A common practice of many nl fal fa raisers Is to cut off n crop of hay rather lato In tho fall or clso to pnsturo tho forago no heavily nt this tlnio that adequnto growth will not bo nvnllablo far tho protection of tho crop during tho cold weathor. Tho scant hay crop which tho grower gnliifl by thlfi practlco of Into clipping In no respect repays him for tho ditmngo which ho actually docs to his stand of nJfalfa. Every farmer should allow his nlfnlfn fields to grow at random, unmolested during I tho fall, ns by this ho Is providing tho csKontlal warm winter clothes J! for tho crop. Not only should ho rofrtflh from cutting nny hoy but ho also should bo careful not to graze tint nlfnlfn too rlnsnlv. This ntmlles particularly to now stands, seeded tho proceeding summer, ns thu fall growing Ronson Ik tho tlmo when Ulioso new fields establish their root systems and produco sufficient grow th for their cold-weather protection This growth, which ultlmntoly dies nnd lies llko n blanket over the Held through tho winter, will not reduce the quality of the next cutting of hay, but, on tho contrary, will net ns a beneficial mulch. Protection Allium!" fiom llloat It Is nlso osHotitliil to protect tho farm llvo stock against bloat where thoy oro pastured oven lightly during" tho fall season on tho nlfalfa Holds. This Is hoBt done by never turning tho llo stock on tho alfalfa Holds nt a tlmo when tho animals lire so hungry that they will gorgo them- solvos with this succulent green feed. Care must bo oxorclBcd, par ticularly, not to grnro tho nlfnlfn whon It Is wot, either from recent rnlntf or from dew, us tho green crop In this condition Is a prolific cause of bloat. Another ronson why Into fall cut tings of now nlfalfa Holds nro undo slrablo conies fromtlia fact that not only nro tho hay yields limited In qunntlty, but they also are Inforlor In qnnllty, bolng washy nnd without tho bono-bulldlng and growth-producing substances which nro tho vol uahlo elements In woll-mnturcd, full grown nlfnlfn. Ham Cream, formerly of thin' city, lvn8 u iiiisinoss visitor trout wumui, Tuesday evening of this week. Mr. ('renin Ik traveling for the Hums com pany of Wolsor now. Nathan Alexander was it wruk end lnltor In Ontario Sunday nnd Monday IWI1IM T I 1 "" Dress Goods, Coating and Suiting Just got here by express. We have been looking for these goods fcr some time All Wool Velour CC-ln. nil wool Volour of fast colors' and permanent finish, (lint wo can highly recom mend to ciiHtomortf. lias n soft rich silky Mulsh; tho colors nro In bountiful deep nnd rich touoH. Colors nro In navy, loupe, green, brown, plum nnd black. Tho yard $4.50 -" oat mmmm n Ontario, I Oregon I J 58-inch Seal Plush A beautrful, clear-black eeul plush used for women's, misses' or children's coats, also for coat trimmings. 48-inch All Wool Jersey All Wool Jersey Iiiih proven a donlrnblo dross fabric combining good wearing quality with good stylo. This Is it particularly well woven, nicely finished fabric that wo can highly recommend. Colors, brown, toupo, Chlnoso blue, nuvy. Tho yard $4.29 Suocldotto A CO-lu. routing of Duo soft finish. Would mnko nnbody n rout to bo proud of $8.75 Plaid Skirting 40 to 50. Inch nil wool plaid skirting In a beautiful range of colorings which will mnko n very attractiva skirts These materials nro so wldo that they can bo inn do up Into skirts at a small cost. $5.00 Paris Twill This mntorlnl can bo used for coats, suits, sklrtB, etc. It Is of n rich tono and you'll nppreclnto Its valuo, nl $6.75 56-inch Heavy Heather Coating This Is u henyy all wool coating that can bo used without a lining. An Ideal material for a motor coat. Permanent finish against rain and mow. In tho popular colors The yard $3.00 58-inch All Wool Silvertone This popular coating Is very much In demand this full. Oood heavy nil wool coat ing that gives servlco nnd has n permanent finish. Colors, brown, navy and grten. The yard $7.75 Dress Plaids 36 to 52-Inch plaids for misses' nnd girls' school dresses, skirts, etc. Theso aro In all wool, wool mixed nnd cottons. Tho plaids aro adapted for girls' droases, and you will llko what we aro showing I i lQ RADER'S ?