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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 March 1915

TDK ONTARIO ARQU8. THURSDAY. MARCH I 1916 rx MILLINERY Our first showing of the Seasons Latest Spring Millinery Styles Will Occur SATURDAY, MARCH 6th At which tims trs will biva ready for your. IniptcUon n beautiful line both In drtM inul tailored hats. FISK PATTERNS May v haw- I he pleasure of serving: you? GROVE & RILEY ONTARIO. OREGON E. Cope, the only Practical Tail or in Ontario, is the only practical place to buy a suit made to your order. Others try to follovfr but don't succeed; get it here and get the best for the least money. Suits made to order from $15.00 to $50.00 Tne only reliable and prompt clean ing and pressing in the city. E. COPE Moore Hotel Blk. IRONSIDE, OREGON. Feb. --', 1915. For the "n ' u.i'k it Wll thought that -pirns: had arrived i full force. th" blrdi ainging, the squirmls made their appearance, hut on Sunday ni?ht ami Monda.x heavy itWW prevailed tho valley, threatening B BW winter l'i it Knight n rot&rned to his hoir- at VV.stfall on Tuesday. H...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 March 1915

I Ml I IMMM LEGAL NOTICES In l!ic founlv Gt1 )f ,ll' s,d,e of Orciion tor Ihi County of Malhrur. I, the Mutter r MO WHIM oi rmnn ,n . Lacki'.V, Deccasca. uauon: T .lames A. Lackey. Andrew M. ,.l , .. Ame A. Lackey. John Mur i,v I-rimk Murphy, nuaan n. i.arkcy, I ' ' . ....:, ...1 ,. U..I lolin l.nckcv. Home umemmt wt, ii vr i t.... i. 1 ...I . , Lackey int'f. v ,,....-. o. ..... (;r,, Lackey, and Amlreiia Lackey, i,'(,t Hii the i,,rH "r Franhlln " dacaaeed, end to all other per- .. interi'Hieii i" "' "" """ ilr.v;. ltd IN THE NAM I'. OFTHBWATB r 11 111' -.-- - IRKG0N: and under and by virtue of .., , , H II IU1 HI, U- Il'UI tl . . . ., ii ...ii.. '......... w ,(, I . I McKnlcht Judge of the County Court rtl. Stnt. .'f Oregon in hikI for the , i ,..-. , .-..I. ..I t I . (Ill t Ilil'IK 'XII I ftf..H . .1,.!,. eniulit iiiifl cm. .' i lllllliy ' . t.re.l iii the matter of the estate of Kmnklr II. Lackey, deceased, on the third, th ( day of Deeemher. 1914. ynn ,".1 each of you are herehy...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 March 1915

t EIGHT THE ONTARIO AHODJ, THURSD 'V, MAKCf? 4, 191R Bouleva:;' Itrir.r. HaptiKt Church. Whrn the Titanic sank the name of Hod was on every lip and the- heroic jfff. C. II. Snrfront and Miss Rr-tv musicians wont into eternity playiriR linJLi(iM f Kruitland w ro the quests , . , -r. a hymn. Many persons fro for months and rvon for years without frivinjr any serious thought to religion. Then, of A sudden, in the hour of calamity, the mind turns naturally to God. Why wait for the hour of trial to brinj? the blessed ministry and fellowship of th church? The Church of Jesua Christ stands for the one purpose, i. e. to lead men to think on things heavenly. Don't fail to hear the address next Sunday ereninR on the topic, "The Way of Life." Morning theme, "The Manifold Ministry of the Holy Spirit." These addresses will be of interest to nil people. A hearty invitation is extend'-d to one and all to attend these services. D. K. IIAKKH. Pastor. of their sister, Mrs. Bingman, for two days this ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

I l I I I UK MM ntati0 r$m Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. Volume xviiv THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1915. NO. 10 W JUKE TRACT Of UP 1$ THROWN OPEN THISjWEEK Land Whitdrawn From En try Last Fall. Many Good Homsteads AND OFFICE EXPECTS RUSH )peningto be April 26th, Entries to be Made Just One Month Later A tract of lumt comprising nearly ki. hundred thousand icm, lying weat f Nyssa, hat been thrown open thia Leek by the government to homeatcad. hit land waa withdrawn from entry Lm fall in connection with the Warm Iprings Irrigation project, and haa rin held until now, when it waa dis nrtred that the coat of irrigating the liml from the Worm Springa reser- dir would he no high as to be almost roliilnt'i However, there ia a vaat IniiMiiit of i noil homestead land in the net, ami the local land office at Vole Y preparing for a man. The date of li April 26th, 11(15, and the km. !..r '.:ikmi entries is mi ior .n 16th, Juat a month late...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

En in itj W8 ec to ha tai at ed TWO THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLllVH) EVEKY THUKSDAY E-tered in the .cmt..flice at Ontario, )rei?on, for transmission through the mails second-class matter. ' "i - 5 W. C. MARSH Cheap Power A groat boon to irrigation in this country is expected in the promised reduction of the cost of electricity as pow er for irrigation purposes. The recent sale of the Idaho Oregon Light it Tower Company to the Bondholders Com mittee, has taken that concern out of the hands of a Court lieceiver, and the new company, goaded by danger of com petition in this territory by another company, said to be long to the power trust, is doing everything possible to re move any excuse for competition, and thereby keep their field to themselves" The action of the company is very favorablo to the residents of this section. First, the reduction in the price of electricity is a great and direct benefit to all the people of the community, in an immediate saving in operating or runninir cxnet...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

I M I I I It U M TIIF, ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH 11, 1015. THRFF, Appointment Extraordinary! We have been selected a Representative of The Luther Burbank Company, of San Francisc i, the Sole Distributer of the Burbank Horticultural Productions, for the distribution of the plant creations of The Worirl's Greatest Look foi thla - i.imk Heal on nil m nullM iH her Burl ank creations GREECE i$ DIVIDED POLICY (Special to The Argus.) London. Dispatches from Athena say that Qrcc o Is divided over declar ln nr Bgalaat Turkey aud thut those bo fu r entering the conflict as against the party of the king, who in slsts on neutrality, have been openly demonstrative. King Constantino accepted the res lKtl,.tiin nf 1'romler Venlsxolos, who was In favor of war. The Turkish mlnistor, Snllh Bey, has declared openly that massacrca would take place In Turkey If Greece broke with the Forte, while Count Mir bu( h. tin' German mlnistor, informed Hie diplomatic corps that Austria and Qaraan would Immed...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

V THE ONTAP.TO ARGUS, THVP.SDAY MAHCTT 11, 105. FOT'K Ironside Di. i-mi. (Continued From Page 8) over Sunday at John Smith's. Herman and Kd. Rose wont to Mal heur the first of the week on business. F. W. Smith is visiting his famil in Ontario. Mrs. S. D. Duncan and J. H. Rm? who have boon on the sick list fo some time, are slowly recovering. Tarver Lawrence of Unity, Ore., I visiting friends of this community. Krncst Anthony went to BfOffM o Thurstlay after some thoroughbred hogs, which they purchased f late II relumed on Friday reporting the roads in a very critical condition. Walter LmIMWi while riding broncho last week was unfortunate it- letting the horse fall twice on him I nwltlng a MftN injury n hta right ! foci, being unable to hour any Wi ir.hl en it. Jan Woodcock who bat been visitinjc his family r,t liaker, return. r tl of llie ui He was acriiiniiinii il lV Guy Wnoihock of Malheur, who re turned to his home on Thursday. Ted Wisdom returned from week' visit with his parent...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

THK ONTARIO A ROUS. THURSDAY, MARCH 11. 1015. FIVE LOCAL NEWS Mrp. C K. Kenyon of Weiser was in Ontario Monday. W. E. Lees made a trip to Vale Tuesday. Dalton Biggs held court in Vale Tuesday. ChaR. McGonagill attended court at Vale Tuesday. R. A. Swagler vent to Vale Tues day. v P.. Rutherford ia visiting Wie Broe. at Malheur. I ' Jaker wont to Vale Tuesday on legnl business. Miss Van Sicklin ivUirni.1 to Weiser Wednesday. Mrs. Whtyworth was a Payette visi tor Wednesday. Mrs. Sheffield of Payette was in Ontario Wednesday. Mrs. H. C. Whitworth went to Pay ette, Wednesday. McCulloch and Wood went to Vale Tuesday on legal business. C. C. Zwiegart attended court at Vale, Tuesday. circuit Ray Duncan of Ironsides came down Saturday, returning Monday. Mrs. W. W. Wood returned from Prairie City last Saturday. Tom Carothers of the Big Bend country wu in Ontario Wednesday. James Moffit of Malheur was in town Tuesday of this week. Try our Top Notch Ice Cream. Hill's Pharmacy. Ben Jones and wi...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

I n s L THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1015. immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfOTmmmmmmmmmmmmmmK FLOWERS OF ALL KINDS Now is the time to plant Pansy Plants Daisies, Shasta Daisies, Golden Glow, Paeonies, Phlox. Bleeding Hearts and Forget-me-nots. Leave your orders here tor Plants and Rose Bushes Vegetable plants of all kinds Prices Reasonable Orders Taken For Cut Flowers Carnations, per doz $1.10 Roses, per doz $2.10 Daffodills, per doz 85c. Tulips, per doz 85c. Violets, per bunch 60c. Sweet Peas, bunch, 35c. Potted Plants On Display I Ontario Floral Company I Headquarters at Argus Office Phone 49-J Ontario, Oregon TwaiiUiUiUiiauaiiUiUiUiuaiiumiUiuaiiuaiiuauu&uiUiuaimuiiUiUiUiUiUiuuituUsi E. Cope, the only Practical Tail or in Ontario, is the only practical place to buy a suit made to your order. Others try to follow but don't succed; get it here and get the best for the least money. Suits made to order from $15.00 to $50.00 The only reliable and prompt clean ing and pressing in t...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1915. BE V RIB m LEGAL NOTICES In the County Court of the Slate of Oregon tor the County of Malheur. In the Matter of the Estate of Frank lin H. Lackey, Deceased. Citation: To James A. Lackey, Andrew M. Lackey, Amoa A. Lackey, John Mur phy, Frank Murphy, Suaan H. Lackey, John Lackey, Bettie Lackey Cox, Sal lie Lackey MeNec, Charles Lackey, Grace Lackey, and Andrella Lackey, being all the heirs of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, and to all other per sona interested in the estate of the aaid deceased. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: and under and by virtue of an order of the Honorable George W. McKnlght, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon in and for the County of Malheur, duly made and en tered in the matter of the estate of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, on the thirtieth (80) day of December, 1914, you and each of you are hereby cited and required to appear in this court on Saturday, the 13th day of February, 1916, at the hour of ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 March 1915

EIGHT THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1915. SCHOOL NOTES FROM ALL OVER COUNTY Item From Jefferson District. Recent visitors at the school have been: Mrs. Roy Webb, Mrs. Anna Leudc, Misa Carrie Hill and Miss Mary Hill. Miss Clark and Mr. Maris were pleasant callers Thursday in the in terests of the Industrial Club work. A short program was rendered Mon day afternoon in honor of Washing ton's birthday. Harold and Lulu Gribbon have been absent from school on account of the mumps. The pupils neither absent nor tardy during the month of February are: Beth East, Ionard East, Eldo East, pupils except or. on the "Honor Roll." Myrtle Glascock, Raymond Glascock, I Dorothy Wilson, Feme Rouse, Corn , RFI'I AH ITEMS. j Rouse, Cecile Logan, Evan Alstrom Margaret Murphy, Andrew McDon-, A'ma Woodward, Benjice Woodward, aid and Nettie McDonald are doing Alfr" rhlottman Allen Schlottman, first year hih school work. In Eng- "" -- """,. x '7, '"' lish their themes deserve special men tion. Washi...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

ONTARIOCenter of the Greatest Corn Belt West of the Rockies t&ni&t0 . Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. VOLUME XVIIV THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915. NO. 11 mt t$M. CORN CONTEST THIS FALL NOW BEING PROMOTED Pomona Grange Committee Meets With Commercial Club Monday Night CONTEST ON BROADER SCALE A. G. Kingman of Kingman i Kolony Presents Sub ject in Address The corn contest for next year was thoroughly discussed at the Commer cial club meeting, Monday evening. A. G. Kingman, one of the committee men of the Pomona Grange asked the co-operation of the Commercial club in the matter of funds. The local club last year gave several hundred dollars as premiums in the contest and will give their support to this year's , contest, to the best of their ability. tf'he grange will also ask the county I'ourt to furnish the sweepstakes prize of the county for the best acre of corn. At the Walla Wiilla Coin Show the ruilroad representativ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

TWO TIFF ONTARFO AROUtS, THURSDAY MARCH 18, 1915. THE ONTARIO ARGU! f'UMLkSHKD KVHKY THL'HSDAY E te led in the DOStofloS nt Ontnrio, Oregon, for tfaastnlssfoa through the mail bm arnnl-elaM nnttr. '-. , : -- " -z. i ... , W. C. MAKSII P THIS ISA GOOD YEAR. If we can depend n tlie sitftis of the times, Ontario and all the rest of Malheur county will enjoy an unprecedented year of progress and prosperity. The speculation stage is past and steady, consistent growth has benn a opposed to the mush room activities of the past. N'o one is buying with the idea of holding his purchase until a bnom will increase its value hut everyone who buys and there are many of them starts riojit in to improving his own property until it is worth more money than he paid for it. In this way the people are actually increasing the value of their property and earning the increment instead of letting the property lay idle and expecting to get something for nothing. One of the sius referred to above is that imm...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

AR IT IS, 1916. TliUKR At The Ontario Furniture Co's, Shop Special for Saturday, Sales Day Only. $5.50 27x60 Bagdad Welton Rugs $3.65. $1.75 27x56 Acma Velvet Rugs $1.25. $1.50 27x54 Probrussles Rug.s $1.00. Rag rugs, all sizes and colors To the first six people that want Sewing Machines, we have three we will sell at $19.75, and three at $32.50. These machines are Singers, New Home and White, rotary and shuttle sew ing machines. There are agents calling on you every day for these machines that ask you from $40. to $65. If you want a good machine for little money, Saturday only is your chance ti-t i l i i m i iii . biimi, i i ii .. TNK ONTARIO AKOU .-. TTiUnSDA", : MBBmMSSBaS.n.aBUM -ttasam-SSnmManaianOTaBnSSBMra ;MinM...HUIuiaifMMMMIK M WW Ml MJI U -a. .... .a. iJm,iii HH4Mt..jll.,i.,4m1iM i. MaSMBl M -VJaiMMM bi m.tmL.mim , ajasaatM mimm -t m is h : From Sales Day, Saturday 20th, to 27th, you can buy these goods as listed here at the prices named $15.00 ( stermoor Mattress. SI 1.6...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

lrik OiNl'AitlO ARGLfcs TY.UKSiJAY, MARCH 18, 1915 I I I f Another Big Sales Day For Ontario A Big Day of Special Bargains 40 Merchants Co-operate to give you another big bargain day. Each merchant is offering Specials which it will pay you to travel miles to take advantage of. Sec our Sewing Machine and Rur ad on the reverse aide of this sheet Ontario Furniture Co. I Have you tried our Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon? If not, why not? Now is your time. We have a very low price on them, considering the quality. On Satur day, March 20, we specialize our own breakfast sau sage, made of pure pork. See us make them in our indow from 9 a. m. to 12 m. Thank you, The Oregon Packing Co. Special Offer For This Day Mens and Young 1 A 00 Mens Suits at ... ViVvv Worth From $2.50 to $5.00 More ALiMliX AIM UlliK Ontario, Oreg regon McDowell's Second Hand Store Stoves, dishes, graniteware, furniture, both new and second hand, rugs, mattresses and beds, complete line of wall paper. SPECIAL! E grade lino...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

"--: THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915. ! FIVE Bring the Family to see The Free Picture Show , V il 5r Wr KvBnXW' ''"""A 1 Each merchant offers at least one Bargain on some article. Free show at the Dreamland Theatre from 2 to 5. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired All kinds of Castings welded by oxy-acetylene plant All Sizes of Tires Always in Stock Maxwell and Studebaker Agency Ontario Auto Company Skirt Specials $5 and $6 Dress Skirts at $2.48 $3 and $4 Dress Skirts at $1.48 W. T. LAMPKIN Tored Suits, Shirts and Underwear. Ladies Tailoring. Cleaning and Pressing in all Lines. Art Dunnuck, Prop. Phone 84-J Ontario Cookie Special AH 10c. Cookies and Wafers 2 dozen for 15c. All 15c Cookies at 10c. per dozen. 1-3 off on all Candy. Horner's Bakery One Day Sale On Garden Cultivators and Enamelware, 25 percent oif Ontario Hardware Co. Millinery Grove & Riley, Leading Milliners of Ontario Solicit Your Patronage Courteous Treatment Extended all We have some six inch flooring we ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

u BRiTISil BLOGKADE gf mm BEGUN (Si . .1 toTho Affl .) idou. Great lirituin made known tr world In :i formal proclamation ) r.he propones to sever all the ar i of acn enmtnfiree to and from I. . iny 'I nil, the period of tin- war. tie term "Mm -limits" Ip not us'H and ? prohibited area Is defined Never- id, the tett of the order makes 11 KiiKland'a purpose to prevent iiiuiilif1. I Of .'iny kind from Iiik or lOBffBf (Jertuaiiy dorlOf Hie r. 'I'ho lirltlsh order Htaten tlu.t neutral ehip mid lit of boh ' Dm be porsd hi i . nit l.m iii . i tared CfcrKOffl Will lie lift to lit, if not mutoltloned by tontrnmont, pa) tnent for seised I " OW not to bo mad' until i omo neutral befoi I ol rdi v. In the ImI ClaUSS of the pTOOlOJBsV Hon Ih tin proposal in' to neutral . This i,. ;i hit I i i men! to lift thi ' In i i tny u Hon win 01 rtlf) thai U ItH flat tO QOf ninny, or "or he IoiikIih' to the inbjMtl Of UM (lennali Mllplre. It h iiuliih'e Ihlt the ord- r declare i no llllelltl' n tO ' Millir...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

THE ONTARIO A'lGl'S. THURSDAY. MAW I II LffiVfcN LEGAL NOTICES In the County Court of the State of Oregon tor the f our ty of Malheur. In the Mutter of the Kstnte of Frank lin II. Lackey, Deceased. Citation: To James A. Lackey, Andrew M. Lackey, Amos A. Lackey, John Mur phy, Frank Murphy, Susan H. Lackey, John Lackey, Bettie Lackey Cox, Sal lie Lackey McNee. Charles Lackey, Grace Lackey, and Andrella Lackey, being all the heirs of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, and to all other per sons interested In the estate of the said deceased. IN THE NAME OFTHESTATE OF OREGON: and under and by virtue of an order of the Honorable George W. McKnight, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon in and for the County of Malheur, duly made and en tered in the matter of the estate of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, on the thirtieth (80) day of December, 1914, you and each of you are hereby cited and required to appear in this court on Saturday, the 13th day of February, 1916, at the hour of one o'...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 March 1915

EIGHT THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915. LOCAL NEWS J. MrGivern went to Vain Monday. Try our Top Notch lee Cream. Hill's Pharmacy, Rev. Harry Hayes of Xnmpa .'.;i III Ontario the first of the week. Henry Hlackwtll went to V;d. Wad Tiesday. JiiiIk'' ''" '' Havis from Vslt Wai in Ontario Tuesday. Arthur Kenvey went to Hig l: ml, Tuesday for a week's business. Kverett Wisdom wenl to Vak Tues day. Dr. Anderson of VVei.ser was on Ontario visitor Saturday. F. M. Fcgtly wan an Ontario visit or last week. Miss Kva Vanderhoof of Vale is Visiting her many friends in Ontario. K. K. Starr went to Wait Mon day. First rlasa alfalfa hay for sale. De livered in town. Phone J. J. Dillard, I'hone No. 204-N-4. tf Mrs. C. Plant, who has been visit ing her duughtur, Mrs. I,. Christensen returned to VVeiser, Monday morning. Tmrf.k Loth For Sale 2 blocks west of postofllee, at a bargain. In quire at Argus office. The Juntura Hotel was sold last Tuesday. Mr. Huffman will be the new owner. KOIl BA...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

How About a Clean-up and Paint-up Campaign in Ontario? Wm dhtfapri Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. mm. i VOLUME XVIIV RULES ARE FIXED EGR CORN SHOW THIS p Meeting Held in City Hall Monday in Interest of Annual Contest EXACT DATE IS NOT SET YET Only Three Districts This Year But Same Ter ritory Embraced Instruction to contestant, and rules which will govern the content, were fixed Monday afternoon when W. R. Shinn, county'agriculturist, and A. (J. Kingman and E. B. Conklin of the Pomona Grange committee held meeting to map out the preliminary work for the corn contest to be held Lh.s fall. The exact dute of the content has not yet been fixed, und will be tuken up later. Throe districts have been decided upon for this year, instead of five However, the same territory is cm bruced. The rules have not been changed much from lust year, the greatest change being in the per cent allowed for acreage of corn and for the written report. The new rule...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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