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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 September 1915

BUSINESS DIRECTORY IWSMESS : : PROFESSIONS : : TRADES ATTORNEYS. II. 111.. "kc. WilHon Hldg. Attorney 'at Law. Ontario Ore. C McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Notary Public. Office Over Postoffice LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER Room 9, First National Hank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. Mcculloch & wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Uldg. Ontario, Oregon. It. W. Nwiigjcr Itooms lH-14-Ki Ontario Attorney nl Law. Wilson l-.l.li: Oregon. ART STUDIO. J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commer cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore. DENTISTS. ML W. V.. HOWE DENTIST Telephone First Notionnl Bank No. 7.-12 Building. DR. D. C. BRETT DENTIST Office 2nd door east of Ontario Phar-, macy on Nevada Avenue Near R. R. Depot. Dlt. II. IHXO.N DENTIHT Wilson liulldlng Ontario Oregon FLOWERS. ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders taken for cut flowers. Argus Office, Ontario, Oregon. Oregon MiuTi Line lime I able Ontario, Oregon, November Hlh I'.U I TIMC table NO. TS WKHTWAHIi Train No. I.envo 17 II,. ...,.,...

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. — 2 September 1915

TTTE ONTATUO AKQUS, SEPTEMBER 2, 101ft VAGTC EIGHT "BETTER BABIES! p . ; c;,:. l portraiti IVnniSe,: I: Ii i.. 1 H li ' No longer. Price $1.50 per dozen. BURRELL STUDIO I BOYERS ARE BACK FROM TRIP EAST Mr. and Mrs. II 0. M..t buve N tareed rren re ortaaaed wrtp li lh , , i,,r ilioy have linen purcbasln tool tor IM" Hover A .. depart .( store. Mrs Hover arrived I,,, me IttBd! morning coming from Now York ly wiiy of Chicago, d Mr BOft arrived home today. coining l,v way of Philadelphia. Mr Mover states Hint never be fore has there 1 n surh n decided . liungc in tin styles, not only In the l ,,, ,,i ii,.' milts but nlKO In the mat trials. Ah was Hie fail for the late summer, black, and blue ntl white. vJilch Is always a striking eombl n;itlon, ulll he very populnr thin sea son. Nnvy blue loads decidedly for 1 1,,. next favorite Or course mlll- II, eta in tailored costumes win Htill M II favor. Mr. and Mrs Moyer have made un Matty largo piirehaees for thin ea ., , ih,. opening left for ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 September 1915

Malheur County Fair On A Week From Tuesday i (Bniati0 VoMIMH KIX THH oKTATUo AHftTfi. sTM'TTMhT.R No. :ie. Wm !&rfttt0 Hi i.. jfn r ANNUAL EVENT SOON Less Than Two Weeks Will mark the Beginning of the Best County Fair Ever in Malheur County-Largest Exhibits in Every Department Ever Before Shown. Stock Exhibits Extra Good. Plans Are Nearly Completed For Opening of Fair. Every 'onnnittee Diligently Working. Exhibitors Are Re quested to Bring Exhibits on Monday. Perishable May He Entered Tuesday. In less than two weeks the Malbeur County .Fair will he on in full swing with the largest and best exhibits yet had at the annual Fair. Monday September 2th. is entry day and exhibitor will be expeceted as far as possible to get all their exhibits in shape in order to avoid eoiifusion when the Fair opens Tuesday morning. A number of important exhibits have been ;irranged for the past few days. Eight pure bred IYreheon horses will he exhibited by V. L FioWVd of RotWeU Idaho,and Wilson Hros....

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 September 1915

- - - - ,, ,,, -.ri.-ri-LJ--r.nj-i.i-u-.ru- IWX -.------.-- -f WWIWWWWWWWWOWWWaWWWWWWWWWWWW '-T -ururriuTLrjnunjunLrTui-Lj- i I Editorial faction of the "Ontario irgus I WMMV NATIONS GOING BANKRUPT. It doei tint take much to convince one that the warring not inns of Europe arc on the verge of bankruptcy, Indeed when we remember the tremendous coat of carrying on the war we are only surprised thai the value of foreign money in Americian gold baa not become cheaper than it is. We wonder if the enormoua debta these nat inns are piling up will ever be paid, and bow. We arc not skeptical, therefore about the an thenticity of i itory which coma from German resourcee that Russis la about "all in" financia lly, having failed t realize more than about one- half of the last loan of a billion rubles. A Ger man newspaper professes to have the stenogra phic notes of a secret meeting of the Russian finance committee .'it which the desperate situa tion was discussed. France and Great Britan could ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 September 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, SEPTEMBER !, 1910 PAGE THREE (Bntati0 vgu&. NEIUIIBOKHMn RIWI SECTION SFM.IIMomioon M:VH UKnom, 'I'llk oKTAhlo AlHiUB. awn-MliHM !tl, , lb If! mm ..a. County Grand Jury Completes Work McAllister Who Escaped Twice Frof County Jail Pleads Guilty to Four Charges DeLeeuw, Another Escape, Also Pleads Guilty Circuit Court in Session This Week Trying Cases. Several Secret Indictments Are Returned AfftinsJ Poo- ple Not in Custody Italian Pleedi Guilty to Larceny Prom Dwelling Mouse in Jordan Valley. Vale -The County (Irand .Jury which finished its work in Vale last Priday, returned several Indiotmenti againaj persons already in custody, as well as several secret in- dkstmanti which will not ! iunouneed until the parties are apprehended George McAllister who was indicted on tour diaries pleaded guilty. He was chained with the larceny of I saddle and a gelding from II. I'. Davis, a folding belonging tod. VV. Brio's, and a marc hclongiiif; to (leo. Me Knight I'etc DeLeeu...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 September 1915

iHTR TAKJLO MiOCH, M "! i .. . ' 111 ii i ii iin "- M-fff T BUSINESS LOCALS ft ri a ji If a 1 armacy us ; . - i n aica TO TRASS -Cond r .t IB Rue Idaho town, tot I. n l ip town pto la Ontario I : rio, OlO. . J EASTMAJN LOCAL NEWS .lames l.iii' or Mct'all bh u vlHllor I'rlday. BdM Crlffln luiH returned U itloB spent at John Day. . T f.ninpkln was a Itolxe v I h i t -,r last Thurada. Bill Hark ley of Vale was a ,ti.r here Sunday. ! i allll n Sheldon of linker it Sunday here. B W, TIllotHoii or lliMilnli pen I Sunday In Ontario. miii mlernon of Dolne wait horn .it Sunday. Lowell II. Conte of Nam pa wax a I'll' Hundajr. ' I Slui or Hurley Idaho Hpent u n lu here. A I! Anderson of Wnlanr waa a ilor here Sunday for a few hour. V n 1 1. .in -lion of lllllshoro ii .ai In our olty Sunday. .1 II t'roHH come up from Parma hi VeiluoKda ot leat wook. , lire. Kvolyn IlolllUHake of Welaer v, ,ii here IhkI week. I Ptaaef waa over from llolao the middle of laHt week. ii I, (lantry of Caldwell Hpent ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 September 1915

V J- BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSMESS : : PROFESSIONS : : TRADES ATTORNEYS. W. H. Brooke, Attorney at Law. Wilson Bldg. Ontario Ore. C McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Notary Public. Office Over Postofflc LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER Room 9, First National Bank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. Mcculloch wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. R. W. Nwagler Attorney at law. Uooms 13-14-15 Wilson Bldg Ontario Oregon. ART STUDIO. J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commer T cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore DENTISTS. DR. W. G. HOWE DENTIST Telephone First National Bank No. 732 Building. DR. D. C. BRETT DENTIST Office 2nd door east of Ontario Phar macy on Nevada Avenue Near R. R. Depot. DR. II. V. DIXON DKNTIHT Wilson Bullillnx Ontario Oregon FLOWERS. ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders taken for cut flowers. Argus Office, Ontario, Oregon. Oreijos Short Line lime Table Ontario, Oregon, November Hlh MM TIME TABLE NO. 76 WKHTWAHI Train No. I.eave 17 Oregon Wash. Limited 4:22 am ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 September 1915

PAGE SIX NTAT?TO AHOTTS, SEPTFfBER , 191.1. High Art Men's and Young Men's 1915 FALL AND- WINTER Suits and Overcoats $Ktt ir'i,.'va i k al K7 IS IV ' J0I9FI i i . 4fP )i ti'- ? yV P"" ' B Tf ' jf ffi W '"fa r"PHr,flP'liTS i MrNp C K 7 ,?ttjr .il'.L ' nwwVMi$ b-'-Al wJ v l J H J H . lQt flw - . .. 4Kr?( 5 20Cl t a JB H E Hi )(H T F B a m rib iMfK HV jppiaH Bb B. B jMH L EflVJIhHLV m ' .l ' . T- 7 ttlfldVVVlf rifc 1 a a tfl A ' tf a. 2T f V ij r v "WBB' EKf 14 """"Hlf . rrIV -avi aMv w- "a. wwflp j ltmmmmmmmmmH 4-'ajM--k. RcF V j.' M t4t .JHVEk. sn B H Hr Mvi HHfeM !( BJ BHfcff Mbu.LrVL n s 'B LTEf t ?oIfJ X ! afl-? ''v T --TfUBtw!?. ' I "TfrrrW RtWff tr jss Lom m ranri, MOVING PICTURE BOAT mlOttti irhlte Poplta 4MM i Ta , a -tipq-t rnr A I iwliir r. 'ii i-ii lik 11(11'.. I It r lit it I A- " A -L-kJ A lllin ""' ' til. . -F -Hid ri'i ird Assist In Pnir Departmenta. I l.-ill on board Motorboat. I'iKKM w DANCI F.VF.KY NIOHT or ii,!- I i Moore Hall. Mont of MiimIc iiihI order OWM DIM and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

(fhtfari Ontario. Malheur County, Oregon September 16, 1915. VoIuum XIX Nn. 37, Se Atatto PEOPLE'S FAIR WILL OPEN WITH A RECORD CROWD Many Displays Taxing the Capacity of the Grounds-Big Crowds Coming Grounds a Beehive of Workers. SCHOOL STUDENT BODY Payette Band Which will be at the Fair Tuesday "Opening Day." HAS ELECTION OE OFFICERS HIGH i 4 1 City Is Prepared For Mammoth "Welcome Week" And Special Plans Are Completed For Welcoming and En tertaining the Crowds of Visitors. The Sixth Annual Fair of MalhoOr County will open next Tuesday with larger and hetter exhibits, a race pro gram of merit, one of the heat hands in the country, un exhlhltion of war, xniikc and peace dunces hy the John Day IndlatiH, amusement attraetlOM galore, nnd ull the biiHy hustle and carnival spirit of fair time, the hap piest of the year. Many of the exhibits are already In place in the pavilion and a number of workmen will be busy from now tinti'. the opening day. Nyssa, Jam ieson and IIIr Hond have brou...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

''!,. I'Auii TWO THE ONTARTO ARGUS, SEPTEMBER 10, JJ)M tditcrial Section cf She Ontario irgus f00t0t0t0t000t0t000t0tM0 .J rfWWiwi'N ONTARIO AS A TRADE CENTER THIS ISSUE of The Ontario Argus is the largest in point of circulation ever issued for distri bution in Malheur ( 'oiuity. It's been our ambitious aim to provide I copy of this week's paper for practically every resident of the territory about Ontario which can properly be styled our trading radius. For thai purpose hundreds of extra oopiea have been printed for distribution in every town, village and hamlet in this great) prosperous, growing Snake River valley. We believe that Ontario is entering on a new era. We will never he a mighty city. Rut We always will he the largest eity in the geographical center of one of the finest communities on earth Our prosperity is dependent upon the prosperity of the great valley which surrounds us. Rut our growth will he greater than that of the valley, because we are, and surely are des tin...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

PAGE III KM- : E KINDREDS DOLLARS IN PRIZES e WILL BE GIVEN AWAY BY THE ARGUS n FJirn.Poonn-or KW1 Tiifino- Tav ffcno 1 fifl Vila Hwo L7 II THE ONTARIO ARGUS, SEPTEMHKH 1", 1915, i OF I I v J., I Victorola, One Diamond Ring and Cash Commissions are to be Given by The Argus in a Circulation and Publicity Campaign. It lasts only five weeke. Every one living within the circulation field of The Argus is elligible to compete for these prizes. Everyone gets something. Read thoroughly and send in your name today. No Cost to EnterNo Cost to VoteNo Cost to Win THE PROPOSITION We have bought a large number of valuable prUos il -i-riiifii on this page and arc going to give them to person who are wilting to use Home of their spare time doing a llttlo plnaaant work for us It Is a Insl nesH proposition. We want the business and are will ing to pay for It. It doa'nt make any difference whether wo get money enough In to pay for the priiea or not; they will positively be given away an advertised Our...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

PAGE !')! TIIB ONTARIO ARGUft, BEPTEMITOlt lfl, J91& I : I . - , j -. KJv k f nil Going ' fair YES? Well, go to Lamp kin's and get fitted out with a swell new suit,coat, dress or shirt waist and skirt. He has an elegant line of the very latest at Reasonable Prices If you want any Boys' Clothing, you can get the best for the money there, too; everything, Suits, Sweaters, Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Mackinaws, etc. Ladies' and Children's Fine Shoes are most reasonable there, and Lampkin fits them he knows how and his shoes wear well. It will pay you to try Mji . 1 eassMmssmsssssssMmsmmsmmmmsmmsssmsmssmm i.nci: Iftturda) night Miioii' Hull Kvorylmil) Invited POM SAI.lv i i. ni iiy ini'kiT- nla. ltiiUlri' J. J. Dies., I' tl Mux II, Ontario ;i7lf iiiiiu i. i 'Si:' fcii ior 1 1 mi . , ... I 'until in .. IMUKMAN'H DANCK KVEltY NltlHT of (ho Fair. Moore Hull 1 1 - t . . i vtusic and order t'ouie oii uml u II Ullll llUVO K good tlllllV inn SAI.K CHKAI' I celebrated Klugnry wheeled coinhiuiitlon...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

THE ONTARIO AROUS, SEPTKMBER 1, 1913. I'AOK five: a " " i i- - - " The Ontario Pharmacy BITUATED ON THE CORNER NEAREST THE DEPOT, THIS IS THE HOUSE OF SERVICE AND GOOD THINGS. OUR CHOCO LATES ARE KEPT ON ICE DURING THE HOT WEATHER, AND WE HAVE JUST INSTALLED THE VORTEX SANITARY SYSTEM AT OUR SODA COUNTER. VISIT OUR PLACE AND STUDY THIS SYSTEM. YOU WILL ALWAYS COME BACK. EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. REXALL REMEDIES. B m I SOP m . r - HIIIKF MM Ml. NEWS L. 11. Van Slyke of Pocatcllo was here Thursday. ,ii - A. 1. Wheller of Juntura was In Ontario a few dayys laHt week. Wm. Dewey of Hurley stopped here on business the lat of the week. I. I' Tracy of Boise was a visitor here last Thursday. 6, Mullen of Westfall came down lor a few days last week. J. V. Welch of WeHtfull was a visit or hero on busiues last week. Nolan Skiff of La tlrnnde was here on Thursduy of last week. George It Sweeney was down from Vale last Friday. J. B. Bonett of Boiso spent Satur day hero. C. P. Bacon Boise Satur...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

Gmfctrio mv& NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS SECTION SEPTEMBER 16TH., 1915 8Hhe DOM rAML TO ATTEND THE MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR Vvll I I IO I I V CI I vyCl III If vJi for Ma" NKH- A reception li.l.l ..t I Maker. With more and better ex- II 11 I V III 1 1 4. llil Vll ill I J Jor Harvey s liuck, inuiiitier of lli' Parish hall Friday evening, uclcom- hlblts, with larger crowds, bettor mJMw IIO I I vJ 1 1 VVI IVV N I'lymouth, The wile r 150 I of IiIimmIiiI red shorthorn cattle In l wick murk' the largest Hale of i uliil ttoel cw-r known in this viiinlly Tin- mile Included the en 1 1 1 hi'iird belonging to the Hclontl l PotlUrj i Livestock Oo.i to the t ItwtU Rttlt in., or taldwell, Mn. J 0 Krhllck mid Mr. l-'lnhor, the n tiers of the Helen tide Poultry ft I .i lock f a rm who have been oper ating n thoroughly up to-dute and sanitary dulry three miles i-hhI of town, lnt reienlly I hey dissolved I' rlii-i up, I M the Hale of the c.itlc The heard purchased by the Cald-v-ll ei.inpiiny will reinulfi at the...

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. — 16 September 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS. SEPTEMBER US, 1915. PAGE 8EVEN i y SCENES FROM MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR BOM r (lie Prize Winning Thoroughbred S(i i mill Exhibitions i Koine of the Mucking llor-es al the Malheur Count) Fair Last Year A Good Criterion of What to . . Epect . .Thin ..Year. W n7W, i jm .477 rt ' '- 9K2Mk. tjsi....: - Mar r V A.Y1 -- -J I Bfc V'1'. "t' 1 -" i e.. i J - -. t aV gf i J I TTI'II Hi. rir XL vv 22's Have the Call ! if 2tf rifle-shooliiig to the level of a sport. Itciiiiiiton-l EttC lit'cumc the fastest sellirw '' iiinmimitioii in ll. world. Whatever make of Jf riile you slit. Remington-UMC Curt ridge will kv" 'u letter, surer results thun uny others in th' world. Go to Um leading denier the one who displays the lied Hull Murk tf Hcminiiluii-rMC. Hi II (ill you whit portUBM llmik ulniiit thenc famous cartridge ion! In-II slow you tin- Hcmington-L Ml . Ititlca, Siiilu Mini. Nulr action auU Autoloading in a class ly IIiciiitIvc for "fid," ey operation Mini MMSsistoUt performance. ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 September 1915

THE QXTABIO AROUS. BEPTEMBEg !?, 1015. PAGE I KIHT No. ftHU'2. ! i I 5 mmmammmmmmmmmmmam ' ML I 1 V lino Stallion to be Kxhlbttcd. . . . - . - f -r w -.' . ' . im i iff dttmm '.)tL . . egom 1! in bd Modi tooa m the rair. PRUIFLAND SCHOOL OPENED MONDAY I i mil mil. School opened here Ihhi Mi ill ii Irm-i' enrollment iiiol no iloulri inor will enier after the i "ii i . nur mill all the 1,11 Work on the In rill la coin pit tOd ' 'niton has heen home Mime Hi io after his wnntlon spent In (he e. I 'I :,e high school teachers ii M IiiIIowh: W. A. Ilewltlt-Ht, i ence mill ng ii nil ii'. lli. i.i . Mil ormlck, Kng Itohi I I ii. I l;. icl.. 'ii, history, inuiii' .: ' dlroetor of atklottoi P'fol T l; NoilooBi music ami art; horn 1 ili. ii ,. i c rleiice. M. K. (illgnn of Caldwell has mill Inery now on display at McDowell's Store. "ALEXANDER'S" Touching on a matter of vital importance to men and young men Economy is the business of making every dollar produce full value. High Art Stvle Clothes...

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. — 23 September 1915

1 "I MUK.OIl Last Day jrt Fair Promises to be Good One Corn and Fruit Exhibits are the Best Ever -Have More Livestock Entries this Year than Last I' AUTOMOBILE CONTESTANTS ARE ANNOUNCED TODAY SUte m nt&riv mm Volume X I X Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, SEPTEMBER 28, 1915. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE E MANY FROM VALE NOMINATIONS FOR AUTOMOBILE CAMPAIGN IN WHICH VALUABLE PHIZES WILL BE AWARDED JUST STARTING SEND IN "YOUR NOMINATION. Only Nomination Votea Included in Standing Today Ford Touring Car ia First Prize and $100.00 Viarola Is the Second Prize. TROTS OR PACES 'I" D I i money in n Irolini: i within ono wee! pi, MO im-ii. lull thin H III' M 1 I" FltslllllllOIIS, ii raluabla nam owaod by J. v. Iwaah hi I'.iyiiiiv On ilic opening da) "i tii fair HiIh in, !.., in hthi In a in. i ii. i in. mill yesterday look i I OBI in p n.; rare. TIiIm ii iiiiMHiiiiH boson oil .ii . ADDITION l. I.O I.S TAKE IN THE FAIR AlthoilKli a number ill Villi' rt-sl dents live btW In attendance, at the rn...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 23 September 1915

THE ONTATtTO AT?GITS. SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 2.1, 1915. , Vw1 rit i. i tditcrial tfeeticn of $he Ontario jtrgus I I KMU TWO ll I ' f THE COUNTY FAIR In iliiiiiiinu such a program one must consider the news pai v of iris vicinity. One Bhould become educated m tin- The success of the Malheur CVnintv Pair, which ow lied on," "n,lI immediate oommunity, for it is b histoi-j of . 'lie c ,'IIMI ' ! 1 1 II l' HDUUI IIMM, .111(1 IMC INI tflllllLis "I today xi tli exhibits thai were of better quality and u IMM iin s ci iiiiinii nil .-ire nl'teii imieli iimre im I n ii-l :i 1 1 1 in 1 1 u greater number, and with the attendance far above tin Riiaiingof one Vlife and opportunities than what happens usual opening day crowds, shows thai the popularity of in Europe, even in wartimes. the annual evenl has nol diminished, It shows thai the The besl newspaper, however, for such readers is one people as whole w.nit the county Fair and are willing that give the home news, the world news, pertinent com- t ...

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. — 23 September 1915

TP! ONTAIITO ARrilTW si PTEMWCB B, lMft BEND AnENDED PICNIC BY FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE fjtogrefMBian Visits tl.c Warm Spring" Project nnil is I'lcisctl H WEATHtRLPCON GIVES INVESTING TALK Visits 17 Oountiea to Enref tjgate Needs of Various Loealitief The Harvest Home IVatlvnl given at Dig Hnd 1H' Wi whb attend ',., by between four and five hundred nwiuro from Ml vr UN county. nnd nil were well satisfied wltli tho entertainment furnished for them It was all u derided success nnd emtio off n P'r schedule, from tho exlblt- Inn of t lio products to tho moonlight lnre oil the bridge. All tho pxmiihik with creditable to thin productive section of the county ami the children's exhibits deserved jpeclftl mention M this department kH especially well represented The vlHltora wore convinced that tho younger generation near MIk MM Ik devoting Hh Nian time to koiiid- thing worth whlliv Liberal prizes wern awarded for tho boat product. After all had partakon of a boun tiful lunch a very Interesting p...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 23 September 1915

I f PAHE Form THE ONTARIO A ROUS, SEPTEMBER 28. lWg. MANY FINALS WERE CLOSE YESTERDAY (Prom Thursday's daily) v. .. a .v- Mmm worn Dulled off All DI " uAoatoed on the program yester day and y of the nnals were very cIom. The ftrl'a relay race wan fin ished yesterday, the money being up for the beet two out of three, and MlM Sage won both days. Follow Ins ere yesterday's results: 1:80 trot: Marie Fitzslninions. flret with three straight heats; Dan B. second; Royal M. third Best time lit. Three year old quarter mile run ning race: Flossie K. first; Will R. aecond, Lightening, third. free for all, Uvree-elghts mile: Lmcky B. Brat; Plume second; Sadie o third. Boy pony race: Millard Sage, Brat; Virgil Smith second; Wesley Bleaton third. Mens relay race: Jno. Brosman drat; Walter Olenn second; Clus Her man third. Wild horae race: Fred Sage. Brat; Qua Herman second; Huffmun third. Olrl'a relay race: Alfretta Sage first; Elta Hurd second. Hid din harsa race C. Coi first; P. H. Thomas aecon...

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