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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

TWO THE ONTATIIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 1015. THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLUMD KVKKY THLHHUAY J Ewtrfd In th- SCStofleS St OnUrio, Orairon, for trannniioa IhfOVfk the matin as BSSSS4 -laia matter. W. C MAKSII A LESSON IN ADVERTISING. An interesting story "f actual facts, ihowrng how advertising pari by cutting down the overhead expense and swelling the profit, was told to the University t ( )reon class in Journalism recently by C. F. HcrR, i business hum of Portland. Mr, Berg declares thai the non idvertiser pays the cost of the advertising done by the other fellow, For hi illustration be t"ok three firms handling line of the same grade in the same territory, who revealed their advertisini and their soiling cost figures, These wen' the figures! C spent 129,000 in advertising: his sidling cost was -ix per Cenl I! -pent $4".XHi in advertising: In- selling cost was four per cent. A pMt fBSjOOO in advertising; his sailing COSl was two and "iicdiali per cent. Naturally A's price to the enn-...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

IT V- THK ONTARIO ARGUS. TliURS'i V, .'ARCH 26, 1M6. m '&" x$e c C J !4Z r'QfS? ASt s We Invite You to be Our Guest During Our Easter Showing of New Spring Apparel Right Now and Next Week We Are Having a Special SHOWING FOR EASTER. Millinery Department Direct and fresh from the packing cases comes new and exclusive models for our Millinery Department, identical with the offerings of the most authentic New York and Paris Fashions. Ladies9 Ready -to-Wear Department Ladies New Top Coats, Suits and Dresses are coming in on every express for this showing. They are handsome, in all the new mater ials, in all the wanted sizes, beautifully tailored and modeled on es pecially pleasing lines and very moderately priced. Our Shoe Department They are here all the New Styles in Shoes. New Shipment just received of Womens and Mens Novelty Spring Footwear. Smart new models in military lace and button effects in Vici and Patent Leathers with Tan Putty and Gray Cloth Toppings and latest toes. New...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

IHK ONTARIO ATW"-. TKUrW AY. MARCH K, 1915. AY. MARCH 18. 1916. imMm!mmm!??nimmmm"imfmmn!m!rmm:i!m?nmmmmn?mmmmmmmm Twy-jrTrr.Tg-". h ROWERS OF ,VJ. TOS ! 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 for your Easter Flowers. Potted Hyacinths, Tulips and Easter Lilies Prices Reasonable waeasssBBBBaBaaBeasaeassBaM nMWMiaaMMMBaHMMMMkMM Orders Taken For Cut Flowers Carnations, per doz 85e. Roses, per doz $2.10 Daffodills, per doz 85c. Tulips, per doz 85c. Violets, per bunch 50c. Sweet Peas, bunch, 30c. Potted Plants On Display 3 a a The Ontario Floral Company Rich Silks For Spring & Summer Apparel j Ontario, Htadquarton at .runs oiiu-v Phom MJ Oregon 1 KUUiMiliiiiUMMMiMUMMMli ,iiMh.iwiJunm.umuwiuulmuwUmruuimmwuuv: r Avn i J?' V i m wm n &w fjrjL Ji-tP V The ever-increasing demand for silks is be ing met at this store by broadly comprehensive assortments of these, the most co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

TtlK ONTARIO AlKilJS, THVR8D AY. MARCH 25, 1918. FIVE LOCAL NEWS HAY FOR SALK $5.00 per ton. A. H. Cain, 2 miles west of Ontario. (Jon. W. Younsr was here Wednes day rum (urn George Pwka enrie in from Jordan Valley last Wednesday. Robert Fenfiek of .Ionian Valley spent last Wednesday in this city. J. (i. Hon and wife of Weiser were Ontario visitors Friday. H. Walters brought his son down from Yale for treatment Saturday. Mr. Coulter, a prominent lawyer of Weiser. was here Monday. Mil - Moloney m nt to lloise Friday evening and spent the week end. Try our Top tytoh Ice Cream. Hill's Pharmacy. "Qui.k Sale and Small Frofit" at the Millinery and Art Store. Bay ynur Kast'i- Hat at the Milli nery and Art Store. Lewis Smith of Homednle, IdahOi WM m Ontario I ue la 'i I '.. Ii ( ohii in i 'nt " io Sunday. In re. Mi.;. Sheffield of Pnyette was in services in the Odd Fellows hall Sun Ontario M v; ra! iki.,.; last week on day v nm :, March Um :iSth, at TtW ',, inaaa Mrs. B. Oana Parfn and litt...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 101" IRONSIDE, OREGON. lond of hogs to Rrogan on Thursday, from there shipping to the Rortland The Iromkh baseball team organ- market, ized nn Wednesday for the season. S. I J. M, Tyler and ('has. Howard went A. I.ofto was elected manager ami to lirogan on Monday I !iuf 'rns . W. J. H n captain. The tear, ha- Opal ROM who has I en vi: it;ng had hp i i pnctlce fa M and e wlt'i rc!athrts n Jaker tome tine. pect ga a With U.dtjr 0Hnday,jrturned to 1 1 r home ti.e fir . t .if th March 2Xth. j week, aciompanied by her friend, Wm. Allen who has been in Walla' Stella Marber, of llaker, coming by the Walla the past month disposing of a way of Malheur. Herman Rose meet number of his mules, returned homo ' ing them at that place. Tuesday. He reports that countryl Mrs. A. R. Van Ruren who haa looking fine. been in Rayette the past two monthd, Frank Reed of lionitu, passed I at the bedside of her mother who has BOULEVARD BRIEFS. through enroute to Hardy Mu...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSO AY. MARCH 25, 1015. SRVBN LEGAL NOTICES ooJnJSJoJOJo)oJoSJSSJS0J00l In (he County Court of the State of Oreqon tor the County of Malheur. In thr Matter of the Estate of Frank ( lin H. Lackey . DtCNMd. Citation: To James A. Lackey, Andrew M. Lackey, Amos A. Lackey, John Mur phy, Frank Murp! y. Susan H. Lackey, John Lackey, Rettie Lackey Cox, Sal lie Lackey MrNee. Charles Lackey, Grace Lackey, and Andrelln Lackey, lieing all the heirs of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, and to all other per sona interested in the estate of the said deceased. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: and under and by virtue of Hn order of the Honorable (Jeorge 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 (30) day of December. 1914. you and each of you are hereby cited and required to appear in this court on Saturday, the Llth day of Feb...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 March 1915

EIGHT TH1 ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSO AY, MARCH 25, 1911 PLACER MINING SUSAN JL DORY Announcement! Commencing April 1st, 1915, the merchants of Ontario will establish a Delivery System which we believe will be of mutual benefit to bothparties. Deliveries as follows: First Delivery leaves promptly at 8:30 o'clock 2nd 3rd Last .. 10:30 2:30 5:00 ii it All orders must be in promptly, as deliveries will leave as stated. All orders coming in later will jro on the next delivery. In this way you know just when t expect your order t arrive. We sincere ly hope you will co-operate with us in this, thereby insuring you prompt and better service. Yours For Better Service Malheur Mercantile Co., Boyer Bros. & Co., Itader Bros. Co., Wilson Bros. & Co., McCoy Bros., Ontario Market, Oregon Packing Co., By E. A. Fraaer By H. C. Boyer By F. Rader By Boy Wilson Bj LO.McCoy By Alfred AnezdaJe By H. H. Tunny OPERATIONS S1ART Announcement was 1118(10 this week by A. Pi Boyer Unit li' would start operat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

ami I III I I II N MM )on i 't Forget That Tuesday April 6th Is Clean-up Day. tfhttatitf mm. Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. THi: ONTARIO AKGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1915 NO. 13 ICE MOOCH. SAYS ERROR CAUSED BOND TROUBLE CKQCSES ONTARIO FOR FUTURE HOME HAS ANKLE BROKEN BV FRACTIOUS COW bout Eight Thousand Dollar Was Sand in Letting Contract For Hi ft Mend bridge Mr. MM Mr -. .1. D. Pnil, of St. V, C. Howard, DMT rruitlnnd, hail Joseph, Missouri) arrived hero lnst the misfortune to have hi right much week. ;..' in t ..-tiled on the Pinkorton i broken. Inst Tuesday. Mr. Howcrd to pwrm i i ivi:rs. V k Break) . s district at torney, nia.l' a formal demand on the rounty commissioners, county clerk ami treasurer thut thiy be personally responsible to the county for f.".l,!10, the smount that Small of Portland, bid for the Hig Hend bridge honrii, aUo thnt the officials Miume the liunlen of all legal matter pertaining to the issue of the bonrlH. N WA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

TWO TH1 ONTARIO A ROTS. THUR8DAY, APRIL 1, 1MB THE JNTARIO ARGUS PUUI-ISIII'M) BVfittf III! KSDA1 Btered in the pootofflce at Ontario, in tor liangnilglo through tag mail" a second -cImi mutter W. C. MAHSII "i town Jl ? I ' hind, i'.,. I ! I A'yt I ' I Mil. Jly . nd nobody i Yon in1 i : . a town I'riiiii Hi - " ' - 'I il aIiiI. i von rimkc ' - " -- Vour in Iffhbon ran male ono, ' Ymir town will Ih' what V'Hi win, I to It lan'l tlir town it-- ;.'"i. Itoeknokter M. mid. WAR IN THE DARDANELLES. The ..i'ii Russian victory In Poland is most Important, and most dangerous to Austria-Hungary. It practically opens the .! t"- Russia to advance upon Hungary and Is a fl menace to the Austria-Hungary empire. Mm in some the most tions "i the wai are in tl i Dard melles. Ii i i Ince Mohammed II v omnlet- h his investment ot the Christian capitol of the ea , which was when the L- ed on the 22nd day ol May, isi, with ilk' death In battle "i the Emperor i e II; the extinction of the i i ternK man emp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

III! I I III' v IM Cecil Spooner at Dream land, Saturday, April 3 THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, t IIL 1. I0l.r TTIRFFT r PROHIBITION Ml ,M h HmiMiitiiiinHfmmmmmrtmintinLS ?;riftn!??f!nHnHmnmininnimmminnnM!n!?fM?MMMn((.if.M-'M" - thotopla; in fivo nctii entitled the kin;; lo lower the taxoa. The Mwii i il... I.'.'.w" it ill tin ,iv..n I innti lli, n ....! I.. --- ' i . );, rl Itnll I"1 'M"K "'" " '" .ii'i n; nruiiiiiir ini' KIDR Dill disguise discovers the plot. kinjr, fijfhts un I with ('' Lola th" Mrraiiilarul .Saturday, April ..hula in Spooner playing CM ipbii-i warns trie BIG PARTY ISSUE 1 kii the L J A Ijj l . If . ' I- SW ?.i I ' . !i :,! ""Tti' Mil.' v of Ihc play la oat in Hn- i . i i.':.... i. v.lii'li' i ii" ,kukk imiik imviim Infatoatrd nrlth Lola, roaag daaeor, hi rotary nan Pducaton. i,i;, pri , ni i rebellion amoaf the ,M Hi.pii' ny icr.iianinr uir print mialotor, who is the riai toad i'i' of tha nobltman. Mi majred g the doath of theti loader Um rovolutioniata an aaaO) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

'I'll ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, APPIT, 1. 1915 BOI i ! ''' I 'OTj A Trip rhrouj NY88A m.v.v Live -News From Surrounding Towns And Country. Happenings of a Week IRONMDE OREGON. ITLAND ITEMS. March 29, 1"!.".. March 22, 191 I, The Ironside baseball tes - A got, I number of our Pruitland ting anxious fur a game with Unity peoph Bttendcd the IBCrod concert and Malheur. The boys had prut- given by th Payette high school uti- tice game on Thursila . al . MM OB dor t h direction f i'rof. T. II. Xeil Sunday with tin K Ml ;ii thi I "!' u theatre Sunday af- itanii' li expected with Unit ternoon. The building was picked er Sunday in order to initial their ind the ronctri was good. Prof. N'cil nrw MlltS, Ml II also teaching music in thr La Fountain of Brady Candy Co., of Prultland echoob and under his dlree Mat) Mr. Sprinkle of Portland Rai tlon thi eighth grade pupils will give snuasen I Co. Cudahy meal man of i ncerl April 16. Roic, Mr. Rosenbaum of Bali i.nko The high achool declamation eonta...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

I I II M M( five the ONTARIO ARGUa. rMi'RSPAY, APRIL l. ioi" LOCAL NEWS 91 day hi ui i for another i'I the rooming Cliff Boyer ii. ... to Mr ii" March i. nn I Mrs. Clar.'nee Jolm- M.in-h , lid Mm. Q VV. Routh went to Vale Momluy. Mrs. W. A. Reds.-ll ImiV. Kuril to Ml sun h n . Kuril 10 Mr BgtaiMaKbM' i a, ,( iillmli wont to Vale Mon- !;iy. A. MeWHIlMM made I trip to Vale Monday. y pi POOTOM went to Rolso rat lay. K '. I'm inn was down from Vale Tuesday. A vhir i.lc went to Vale Mon day. VV II. Brooki made a trip to Vale Monday morning. , ttil liillman is visiting hero ,,,. , trail. Ufa Haver ii'i'di' a trip to Payctto Monday. r Sale Of Trade A BSOrtgaga. Hnx 412, (Mario. tf Mr. and Mm. B. V. Staples of Valo w. H. wcathernpoon, m afrlenltuivj ai txporl tor tii" toTormnoirt wm In I Ontario last week. IMMIGRANT PARTY LEAVES FOR HOT ... aaaad mHijijUi ii gjacacsa nnr rar m Hotel Ontario Master Dinner Chlokon dinner with ice cream, 2." cents. 12 to 8 o'clock. ltp Percy Colthorp, a buyer ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

TOT ONTARIO AROUS, THtJ :srAY, APRIL l, unr irx SHIPS TORPEDOED; ARTILLERY SENT TO GIVE THE BURGLAR JHEHA.HA! Top Notch Ice Cream Made L: fhitcrio Ml i IVES LOST DANA YUUK VMn ? 1 1 n uo MEXICAN BORDER No Starch Prices Pints 23c. For parties, picnics per gallon Hills Pharmacy Ontario, - - Oregon Deeds ;iikI Patenta, i;, .,.,.). . i,,,,. i v CD 0-10 March I 12th, ' 00. ., ' fi. I.I. Q. C. D I U-10-47, nine. IftO.OO la M Bhel 1 Id to H K ' 17, M 17. fl ' !: n .' :; i; , March i , KWH Nl v BE il.. 1015, 1.00. W. I Hawk h I ,,,,, Henr) i H iwki I I O'l n a Mil. I c. w Know " .- ip . lota V I III. i Haille) March 20th, 101 T,. Edmund lintier n i u i Rutler -110 Ti; In ' i 17. im. 20th, i " . 00 Junl '' 'i. i n Juntura. March II, 1 10 00, Mori 'i '.' ' i H .. . ,, I M . -U Nt i . ,, , ,. W S 1 K V . i : i : i '. to H 1 M SI U s ' if W '.-i March 1ft. 1018 INOO.00 Jam. i ' I of Bee i i". Marrh i '. 101 i 11000.00 Hop Iti ON GUARD! hi ar u arma- IIU '' w standing cur .. . ar. we ni7.f Hi. ,...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 April 1915

i ' I III I I II II MM 5 n.u I i H m BENIN LEGAL NOTICES f of SettteHICMl f I'!""' llMMt i .. i.. ..ivi.ii III.- link llll- ptlce li ncifuj ,; . -t- (N qoaUfied nil acting ah- gjecutoi of t'ni' part of the r of William Balderaton, ilc- . .,,,;,(, J iii Malheur County, ui fill nil i mill iii'11""' " I I. .. I 4li.. t ill I II I v- 1 111 11 i ii inn i " ' ".... - - ...lulu. Oracotii has st .... ii,. i:;th iliiy of .May. i:m.. Ilil . i ' ' lllllll' THE oxtauio AROUS, THURSDAY, APRIL l, 1915 LEGAL NOTICES Hill. st.lt' . M i'I.i ui Notice of Sheriffs SftJt j PirnlWMI. I'. i ..I,... ..i i- .- .hi in- in mi r,xi'( uuoii in rorc- cloeara dulj leaned iy the Cltrh of ike Circuit Cowl I'm- thi County (if fa bear and stnti- of Oregon, dated Um 27th day of February, 1916, in a en tain action in the Circuit Cunt for aid County and Stat, wherein W I . llobbitt, as Plaintiff, received jucle- t ment afainal Emma J. Conover and LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Rearing of linil Account. In th" County Court of ...

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. — 1 April 1915

FTGHT THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY ATRIL 1. 1015 LIVE SOCIETY NEWS m "'- The Arena Is always plMMd to receive advance notices of no- ciety events that have not been prlBtadi Blao news of those that have taken n e. The latter should l in the Offtci not later than Wrdnesdav ROOD. The ne1 matting of the Needlcraft ,' Gab will be held at the kOBN of Mfl Joe Staples April 1st. s The Reritnl which was planned by the Mock 'I'll) fr April Dm third hn lion Indefinitely poatponod. The rega i-i met ting "ill b up April 37th. V iuild mot at the i i hurt i) afternooi Um Malheur Mi m ntili Sat '.inlay. April UM " lire. M. C. WhKworth wai be I to numl r o( W leer ladlea at nted luncheon Thuraday nt I o'clock. Later in the afternoon additional gateta came in to play brtdfOi at which Mr.-. BOBBBUf ti U i i, won fint honors. Those who enjoyed Um boapitality of Mrs. Whit uarth were Mrs. Cage. Mrs. Kenyon, Hamilton. Mrs. Mi Kinney onl Summer f Wciscr; Mrs. Mil- Hagaley. Mrs. Frnser, Mrs. (ircif, Mrs. Ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 8 April 1915

I I III I I II M IM 1 dhtfaritf Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. NO. 14 THF, ONTAKIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, IMS 86 mm. Ll'MK XVIIV OLLAR 1 ONTARIO DAY" FOR NEXT SATURDAY lother Mcivhants Co Of rativc Bale Day to Oc cur Hire April 7th. IA1 WILL A DOLLAR BUY? tarni Spirit of Rivalry Be- ween Loral Merchants to Outdo Bach Other p rhirf question in business cir- in Ontario Saturday of thin work be the purchasing power of a ir. Knr Siitunlny has been dc- l by Oninrio merchants a "Pol- nay" nnl nnothrr of Ontario'i ouk ro-opcnitivc sales ilnys will f place. Like tho two former it, the scheme for Saturday will ininue and complete in itself. bo pun-hnsing power of a dollar bo exploited. Opportunities for u ly attractive sale aro many, and he merchants get into the propos I more fully, they realize the real it of mii li an undertaking. Harty of un looking ut the propos i BM hand, don't hop murh to Mated one merchant. "Hut tho i e thou !,t v., ii,...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 8 April 1915

TWO THF! ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915 THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLlBHlD KVKKV THUK8DAT E.tr'! in tbf pOrtofll at Ontario, Ornnon, for trAiiniiioi mail an seeori'l -(' mutter. throri(fh the W. C. MA US II ANOTHER APPEAL :o MEXH I . Another urgent request for aid has come from American sufferers and refugees in Mexico city, this appeal asking for Washington administration t accept the situation as it actu ally exists, and no! "for what it might be hoped that it may be come." in other words, these poor sufferers ask that the na tional cat and mouse policy ol watchful waiting be changed in one of more action, The present administration finds itsell in an unprecidented situation. With war in Europe and conditions arising every day that threaten to involve the United Slates in the foreign Struggle, our president finds that we need real men at the head of affairs in Washington. So far we haven't got Into the scrap, and there is probably no immediate danger of so doing. So far as the av...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 8 April 1915

1 THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. APRIL 8. 191R THREE j $7 $ $ 1 515 1$$ $ $ I H H H H 1 1 B 1 H 1 fl' B 1 M Ontario, Sat., April 10th Every merchant will feature BIG BARGAINS for One Dollar. Watch every window in town for these BIG DOLLAR SPECIALS Don't think you are too busy to come to Ontario on this day. You can save many days wages, and if you visit each store and only spend One Dollar at each store you can figure you have saved $20.00 for the day. Can you afford to miss it? OntarioFurniture Co. Oregon Packing Co. Burrell, Photographer Ontario Pharmacy Temple of Sweets Ontario Coal Co. McNulty & Co. Alexander, Clothier McDowell's Second Hand Store Boyer Brothers & Co. 0. C. Field, Jeweler W. W. Letson, Jeweler O. W. Franklin Hill's Pharmacy Everhart Drug Co. P. O. News Stand Wilson Bros., Groceries Ontario Market, Meats McCoy Bros., Groceries Ford Garage Marsden Bros., Machine Co. Ontario Auto Co. The Ontario Pressary Horner's Bakery Ontario Hardware Co. Dr. Brett, Dentist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 8 April 1915

roou THE ONTARfO ARGUS. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915 J P vnr- 7 n: ml' ONTARIO fM fWOPEGONj W Ask The First 12 Men You Meet which is the "one best" wajfon built, and at least ton nf them will say "The Old Reliable Peter Schuttler." All wagons look good when the paint is fresh, but it makes a lot of difference what is under the paint Old Reliable Peter Schuttler Wagons Are Built to Last 'I'd' . nru mado in the honest, careful, old fashioned w iv, of throe to flvo year air dried lumber in tho most modern and complexly equipped wagon factory in the world. They are built to last-and they do last Peter Schuttler Wagons contn little more than the "almost as (rood" kind but they save much Boto than tin- difference in first coat in time, horses, harness, repair bills and trouble. Schuttler Wagons Stand the Wear Without Repair Come In and let us tell you more about these famous wagons that for over three generations have been The Standard Of The World. Implement Department Get Our Prices and Term...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 8 April 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. APRIL 8. 1915 FTVK HVSS$ Sf9S99&999SS9SS99&S9S9&&9S9fMSS9( v'A Light rubber bathing caps are being extensively used to protect the hair and scalp while dusting. We have all the popular shapes and colors FROM 25c TO 75c EACH The Ontario Pharmacy The Rexall Store 'WW WW WW WW WW WW SSWWSSSSSSS9SS9SSSSSSSSSSgSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Rambo came home this week. H. Carter was up from Parma on business Sunday. H. L. Anderson was in Boise Tues day on business. Mrs. A. F. Tonningsen returned from Westfall this week. George Bond was up from Weiser Tuesday, for a few dnys on businesn James Cooley of Boise was an On tario visitor Tuesday. F. T. Page of Welser spent Friday in Ontario. Fruitland school was closed for a few days last week for fumigation. F. F. Prestcl of Payette was in town Saturday between trains. R. Higgins of Weiser, was an On tario visitor Saturday. Mr. Pratt of the Pratt Auto Co. of Weiser, was in Ontario Monday. R. B. M...

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