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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 23 September 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS. flEPTF,RF R PAGE FIVE '&mi bmb. i ,.;-LOCAL NKWM niti 23, 1915. ''" vi..won. P"tr of the Na2 '-'" lj n .r passed turu which :to. la L. . .,in-.' i ni inn i"-. ne ni"'- ,i... fr..... Timmliiv on ins -wny '" "'" c" " .. kffal A'l-MMy ''"""" ,.l KlltlS H ' li " l" n .. iii from HimiIiiIi M W. .. . .....i.v After si nun " " .. , m.. c. ,.ii i . r . . . -r county riur. - takn In Hi'1 IH'iiiMiiip mi . ....-- an,l to no ir.iin tneie o.. 'rVrT;.-.. The Ontario Pharmacy I anclH0(i fair J. ('Hi III" bud friii" Ld a few '''' '' "" urnlDi: to Ida farm. SITUATED ON Twin nn-DKvn unAnnnm m r p ww RMMi i U VJUTVT, 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 A1 uuk SODA COUNTER. VISIT OUR PLACE AND STUDY THIS SYSTEM. EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. 0 (l;iVillo llllH JllHt Caldwtll mid will fair before Mrs. Cut low tho children will remain m uni tlilx antler whole the daughters...

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. — 23 September 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGTTR, REPTEMBKR2 . 1915 I GOOD BAND MUSIC AT THE FAIR DAY'S ATTEiENCE THKEE THOUSAND PEOPLE PAGE SIX i - - 1 1 SECOND i A V i n BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSI1SESS PROFESSIONS TRADES ATTORNEYS. Ml. H. Brooke, Attorney at Law. Wilton Bldf . Ontario Ore. C. McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Notary Public. Office Over Pontoffice LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER loom 9, First National Dank Ontario, Oregon. Mg. PHYSICIANS. DM PRINZING A WEESE Ontario, Oregon Office in New Wilson Mock. Mcculloch a wood LAWYERS Rooms 12-3 Firat Nat'l Bank Ontario, Oregon. Bldg R. W. Hwagler Attorney at law. Rooms i:: H i:. Wilson in. Ik Ontario Oregon. ART 8TUDIO. J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commer cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore. DENTISTS. DR. W. G. HOWE DENTIST Telephone Firat National Bank No. 788 Building. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriet Sears Dr. Pauline Sears Graduates American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, Mo. Wilson Block. Telephone 154 lilk PLUMBING. H. L. POORMAN, P...

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. — 23 September 1915

1 " I I I It l M( ' HP m 0TA?T() ARGUfl, Bl SfiPTEM BER 23, 1915. PAGE emiv t ,-0lMT .'-. J. lav IN HIS DISTRICT n .. .i....f t 'ivilil on lil'it '". lis productive tiolM'l'('olllll. NOTAVALABLE BUI PLANA COOD ONE - SINNOTT OURS COUNTIES i(,aNH!iihrr Imperially heasing l""IM' on the Bridge. a.-Bn(t. rri.n entnllve 1" L for this dlatrtci, bM J"Ht lZj . i,ir ,.r M'M'llteen ' ,nvotiKali...: IN l.-Kl"llv' . ,,,., Br()1 cnliimUllltlt'H. III " Lg i,r. M.ni- ror tii- . ...imiinhiH' ani h-imj L taban for Hi" fiiiiKri'HHin rTII . . tftriM hlniwlf will. UM ...UttllK III lltH ll "ill, IUHI nMjl,,,liM.1i..i . mii.I hoar tho f l. IM'llllll' Prl.liiy r li i Mr. Nln- Piuniftl to .Iiint urn wltn Attor- I (iilllllKli' I. "! II"11 P1"''0' i Ttnit tn i' Warm spring jlr Mr. Si 'it lipuiH nmi fivorniily Impre ati with UM Ulty of th Win mi Springs pro mt, under Hi' pronem pouc) iHNUr) ol i1"' Interior, the to carry on Ibia project Ih uol M" Sinmitt i it. that Secretary Interior Lane la unfavorable presen...

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. — 23 September 1915

PAOE EKIITT THE ONTARIO DAILY ARGUS SEPTEMBER 1913. i DOOLITTLE GIVES MOTHERS INVITATION TO VISIT HIS EVERHART DRUG CO. Every inothnr In Ontario ll Invllod to visit Doatlttta'l Sanitary JtTMf Dairy liny afternoon or vii i n jr and hoc liow wo keep Bilk absolutely pun' nnd wuiltary. W mM between r:45 ami (1:30 P. M. Kvery viltosr bMOmm it euatotnar nnd doMM of my patrons nay it in tnt boat milk they ever Mini in Ontario, that it la free from odern Wld that It I tbt first time they could drink all they wanted and reel that H was saTe to ilo ho inn- lady mid lha onlv fault ha eoald lad with it a-ai thai it aai ho rlrh and clean thai he wanted to drink a riiIIciii Instead Ol I 'marl. I'honi' " 7 - - J tt Ol RTII DOOM HOI Til OK THK PONT OKI ICK I'OK THK VOUTKX SANITARY HODA KOt NTAIN SER VICE ANT HOT MtlMvs LE.GAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CHKWIoi;-.. In UM County Court of tin Matt Ol Oregon, for Malheur County In the Mutter of tbt Bltati Of 0, W. I'aHKflold, Deceased, Notice i here by given th...

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. — 30 September 1915

(BniatU vgm. mt Volume XIX Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, Thursday, September :', 1915. No. 39. EXHIBITS WERE BEST EVER AT MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR Standing of Contestants in Argus Automobile Contest COUNTIES IN TWO STATES Will TIGHT TIRE BLIGHT fp MALHEUR COUNTY PRODUCTS SHOWN TO GOOD ADVANTAGE MANY PRODUCTS TAKEN TO STATE FAIR AT SALEM. Miss Marian Lowe of Owyhee, and Henry Johnson of Ontario Win Grand Prize For Best Industrial Work And Go To Salem Fair. The .sixth annual Malheur County Fair was brought to a successful close last Friday evening. The Fair Asso ciation paid all premiums this week. The association is out of debt this year and there was enough money on hand to pay oil all current, expenses and premiums. Much credit is due the ofliceis connected with the fair. A considerable portion of the exhibits were taken to Salem to the State Fair which is being held there this week. E. li. Conklin of Ontario was chosen by the County Court to take these exhibits to the State Fair, Ar...

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. — 30 September 1915

AGE TWO THE ONTARIO ARGUS, SEPTEMBER 30 1913. tditcrial tfectim of She Ontario rfrgus a : ANNOUNCEMENT This paper will run a series of articles the coming year in thii space, one each week; designed to bring ili' merchant and t li news- paper into closer touch with each other, and with the definite purpose of presenting rcri- ' table facts prepared for ili' merchant who wants a better business, These articles are j being prepared under copyright by one who ' has formally years made I lose study of ad vcrtising from the standpoint of the direel benefits to the merchant The articles will analyse step by step the great problemofad vertising a business. Borne of the subjects to be discussed ares Business boomers, kinds of advertising, best advertising, cheapest advertising, whj ad vertise at all, how local merchants can kill mail order business, relation of newspaper advertising to other advertising, relation of newspaper to advertiser, relation of news- H "paper to public, relation of ...

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. — 30 September 1915

tifcurtpf vm. P NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS SECTION SEPTEMBER 30TH., " 1915 gr mm CITIZEN GIVES DEPUTY CHASE Ono of our very popular young citizens gave our deputy sheriff quite an exciting chuse last week. While on a trip' out in the country the horse this popuhir BlttlM of ours vftH riding, became too Hied to pro ceed on to the desired destination, BO he stopped at a ranch, the OWBM of which was a friend of his hut who did not happen to be at home at this moment, and exchanged his horse for a fresh one. When the rancher came home he noticed this strange horse and tltat his Middle horse was .J mii,. The rancher, thinking that some horse thief had visited the place, Immediately cuine to town and swore out a complaint mid the dep Uty sheriff and himself started In pursuit and soon overtook him, who by this time was on his return home with the rancher's horse. While greatly embarrassed to bo confront ed by the deputy sheriff, who was armed with a John Doe warrant for his arrest, the mistake was...

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. — 30 September 1915

SEPTEMBER 30, 1915 tMtE POTR IESOURCES OF THE STATE WILL ! nt, vr.n ,i . i ii niiw i . I'OKTI.AMI ....t iv V ANT lllt.t Ol DMIIHIIs, ii.i- i HOW PRODUCT OF IKIdl ricroRY AND I oim.st THE ONTARIO ARGUS '' "w Bfx MB fli .aHv Hi f'IMBU Li PP JUr, v 1 " m Awk mk m ii BB 1 1 1 1 II ESI k ii L 1 . s w I I I m t jS'i, in II II H m iK wJL iM-iM-Jtm kufiiw tjBM Ah ,A iAtL wklM KB WA ll mm m mm pjk lillP BB KRE yJ&VTfTT rWM 1BfljB ljalfiB BaBaB' DB Z lmW MM 'H WVVH HaHalB alalal I B IM Portlaadi Plans in I i I taklai Hlinpi' lur tho Ntnl annual Maun fneturer' & Land Product! HIiow. Mori- limn li It par "tit of the ' It apuce hns iiln'iiily been DOken for TIiIh assures the BMt complete ex hibit of the otnte'ii IndiiHtrial, iiKrl- cultiirnl and horticultural n ourcee ever assembled under one I Kxnnaltlona nre the t limi nepers of IfoniM and this year's land and Industrial exhibition In the slate's mctrnpolla will show the late I pro ducts of the factories In Mia WO) "I mini ii i .I I nr...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 30 September 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, BEPTEM BKR 30, 10 1 5 :. PAGE FIVE SAFETY "Safety ft rat" wns the motto and practice of tli is 1ii ii k long bgfOffg those words became tho alogaa of llit large transportation oornpahiee. Servile t (lie public is HOI theory, but a daily praol ice with us. Put your nnmey where safety is the first consideration and avail JrOUrtflfol our service. ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK Safety Deposit Boxet SAN FRANCISCO c thNovWby fJ ll JSw ' . a- .Hf- c -' ,..i ggiiessseanuunnnnssjasssss an inn iuiwci'ii riii liiiul mill Hun liaiirlsro LllMirloUN SI'Mlhshlp I Nmlhei ii Pacilic." KBtl "Ureal Northern " Six Deeko, Triple BereWj Tui i. un . Si ii 14 ! Bailee De Luxe i It ii bath, Class i'M( in ed i' omenado, Deck (iuini'i. Oarage tui 40 uuIoh. I'iii-ch hii'luilr Meal- mi I Bertha. (expositions .nut? At Their l I LOU E- cur. .Ion fnnvt loni i branch or VM" I .1 . Portland :Sfl a in, arrive S. I .! 10 na i ii CSS. ..nil for llnol.li'l. Oii'uim Kliort I. Iiie AgOUtl Sill Ticket . It. II. C...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 30 September 1915

PAGE SIX 'ITTE ONTARIO ARGUS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1915 1 ' m. Uk. I imn:i LOCAL MWS I E. I), ('order of Wcsifiill vvii licre lust week for Hie fair. Miss Marie llurko of Droim was bero Inst vr '. lo atl Hu Mth. A.I lint Than ii , in. Llio fall O. H. Ilrldevvcll of Jamie-inn VII down to nil. ml tlic county lair. I Ram hitch of BntOrfcffOOi Or'' , was bero last week. Hester iOOWOll of I'tivetto u;c here luHt week to attenil Hie fair. M. O. RognlOf Ol I'o' iitellu, iroi bore Tuemlay. It II. Kelley nf JanileHoli win here lust week for the Ihk) ilay of the fair Mth. II. M. Itutherfonl Of Irnii aldes, wiih a visitor in our citv It I week. Mr. ami Mrs. ('. II. Ambi nn Of llolae, were here hi I week lo Villi relatives anil takn In the fair. When you nrc bouse cleaning, save your olil papers for the V. 0. T. I'. They will call for Iheni If (TOO will notify Mrs. ('. 0, I'ratt. Mr. DtOkOfOM anil daughter, of 1'arina, iron In re to atteinl Hie fair laat Friday. Mr. Illcker'ini la Hip editor of the Pa...

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. — 7 October 1915

BIG CORN CARNIVAL IN ONTARIO OVEMBER 11-1 (fhttew Volume XIX Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, Tliursdjiv, October 7, 1915. Ikmm m ONTARIO HAS fj SHAKE LAST SATURDAY NIGHT BROUGHT RESI DENTS TO STREETS BUILDINGS ROCKED AND PLASTER IN HOUSES CRACKED. Unique Feature of Shock Was Manner in Which Chickens Were Frightened Out of Hen Houses Many People Thought Thieves Were Abroad. For tlio first time In hlnlory this part of the country wrh treated to a little shaking up by un earthquake near midnight last Saturday night. The clocks all over town stopped ut 11:58. In 187.1 an earthquake wkh felt In part of the roast country, and as far east as llaker. A few of the people In the resi dence district were not awakened, but the majority were badly fright ened. Men on Main Street at the time, claim all the buildings rocked and the strings of electric lights ac- : rosa the street rocked buck and forth for a distance of several feet. 80 ' far as has been reported no serious damage was done. Plaste...

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. — 7 October 1915

TWO THE ONTAKTO AROUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7TH., 1915. 7ALUABLE PRIZES ... ; . 101 I J "I I H 1 ii 4- ii p 1 1 1 1 n iii) I ! I )l I l'.n r.-l 'II. no I'h l,,H II FOR WORKERS CONTEST The Argus Automobile Contest Will Close October 23 Prizes IN DOW all on display You ;nv Invited to rail :inl sec ili in. RULES Anyone of either e of gooil repute nut) niter ns i .in. 1 1' l.i i for ill prise. I inployrs of lie- Alldl'H or Hull Iminrilliito fam ilies v. ill mil In- peiinllteil In pnrtlrlpiite In (III-. content . 'I lir (mill's) Miiiiiiuci reserves I In- iIkIii In re.ei I mi) iiiiiiiliiain.il A mnnlllilllnil nun lie lllllili' h.V all) one. Vim i mi nominate ourself. All contestant cntcrltiK die content nun-i- i" in i epl mill nlilili in llii' Hull- or Hie i mill si or in ii iIitInIiiii of the Contest Milliliter tthcre lln rule ilo iml nppl). l.oli-- Mill In Issued umiii I lie payment of ni'v mill renewal subscriptions in llii- lli. I s durliiK llii' contest. huh contestant uhiii cnlerlnu i I...

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. — 7 October 1915

REMEMBER THE CORN CARNIVAL NOVEMBER 11-1 Olje niati0 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS SECTION THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7TII., 1915. Arrow Rock Dam Formally Dedicated Last Monday tm s1 , a ' Aged Man Lives in Gave While Fortune Awaits Him After living for the pant 10 yearH ts a hermit, his home in a cave, Kev in miles from Durkee, his only coin miiIoii mi ancient, battered violin, 'yrus Tedrow, 80 years old, an Ore-:-n prospector of the early days, Iibb 'eturned to civilization. Accompanied by his brother-ln-aw, W. J. Harrison of Wichita, Kan as, and D. F. Franklin of linker, nvho had gone out In search of him, the old miner arrived In Baker to take the train with Mr. Harrison for Wichita, where he will spend the remainder of his days. The old man submitted to a going over at the hands of a barber and wu fitted out in clothes more typi cally eastern than those he had worn Hut he would not part witli his board nearly a foot and a half long,' nor would he allow the violin to be taken from his sight fofr a m...

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. — 7 October 1915

ONTARIO AROUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER TTH., 1915. i PAGE FOPTt THE M00gm0000mmm0mmmmmm&imnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . . - - iW mmmmmmi'- hh. TT "- IIT" " TT in t t "r - THE GREAT SACRIFICE SALE NOW GOING ON AT MALHEUR MERCANTILE CO. STORE is one of the Greatest Money Savers to the consumer ever held in this part of Ore gon, and Plain Figures are Convincing and you will find them all over This Store. i it tail do lie llP 111 p Kid r l'.O ret 'i ii IK) I'll HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THEM IS M. M. Co. DRY GOODS Thread, 7 spools For 25c Knitting Yarn, regular 25c, now 17c Pearl Buttons, regular 10c, now 5c (hi tin a Flannell 4c I'.i Heavy Undershirts and Drawers, regu lar price BOc, now 25c each Childrens Outing Night Dresses, regular 11.15. now 77c Plennelette, regular 15c, now lie Flannelette, regular 10c, now 7c Best Ladiefl Hose in Town for 21c Empire Floss, per skein lc Curriers Embroidery Bilk, 3 for 10c All Out Laces, regular .v, now 43c All Out Laces, regular 85c, now 63...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 7 October 1915

t I SAN FRANCISCO .r At ."! . a tn Mw wy k.! SO Hourn lletw in Tort land and Sun Kranctaro Luxurious Steamships "Northern Pacific" and "Oroat Northern. 8lx Decks. Triple Screw, Tur bine, Speed 24 Knots, Suites De Luxe with hut lis, Ulass enclosed promenade, Deck Dames. Oarage (or 40 autos. Fares Include Meals and llertlia. Kxposltlons .now At Their llest lw Kx- curslon fares and through ser vice. Leave Portland 9:30 a m, arrive 8. V. 3:30 next Utiv MarlQI Send for llonklet. Oregon Short Line Agent Hell Ticket. It H. Crosier, A. G. P. A., Portland, Oregon. Han Francisco flflfl Market St. SVE YOUR DIMES . AND BUY A WATCH THE FAMOUS ILLINOIS Now' Sold on THE JITNEY Watch Sales Plan For one month we will sell you a Famous ILLINOIS Watrli 17 Jewels Adjusted, thin modol, 12 or 16 Size, In a gold (I Hod ruso, guaranteed for 25 years on the Jitney Plan. You pay 10 cents down and 10 conts additional each week, for 16 weeks, after which the payments de crease 10 cents weekly until the watch I...

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. — 7 October 1915

PAGE STX -ysfKif TffK ONTAHTO AKGUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7TH., 191ft. The Ontario Pharmacy SITUATED 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. K. A. KriiHcr wi'iit to DoIm Mondaj and attonded tin- fair there. 8. L. Payne of Vale, was here the latter part of last week. J. F. Kesulor of MolHe wan a Via Itor here on Tlniraday of hiHt WMh ltitiKK local rawi J. BruntiiK of Krultland wi-k Ihtc the latter part of lam week .1. a. Qwm of Mm wm vis Itor here lust Friday. P. lllack of Payette waa here lam Friday. Ml. B. M. Dunran of Vla WM a visitor In our city last Friday. E. 1. Ilroifan of Vale waa Ik I" I'oi the week end. Oua Medinos of Caldwell bm n vlHltor here lam .Sunday. II. K. Haker of Newport. OrtgM waa here over...

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. — 14 October 1915

' l) dhtfttir 10 rm. Volume XIX Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, Thursday, October 14, 1!1f. No. 41 I MALHEUR COUNTY TO HOLD CORN CONTEST" THE COMMITTEE IN CHARGE HAS RECEIVED THE HEARTY SUPPORT OF ALL OF THE CORN GROWERS IN THE COUNTT TO MAKE CONTEST A ROUSING SUCCESS. One Hundred Dollar Prize Offered By the Ontario Com mercial Club For the Best Acre, and Three Prizes v Are Offered For Each of Three Districts. Extensive plans are being made for the "Corn Contest" which will be held in Ontario, November 11 and 12. E. B. Conkliu, A. (). Kingman and Mr. Miller made a trip through a part of the eounty several weeks ago and nt that time a number of the corn growers deelared their intention of entering the contest this year and co-operat- ing in making it one of the best ever held this side of the Koeky Mountains. County Agriculturist W. W. How ard has worked diligently On the preliminary arrange ments. Very able men have been selected as judges, in cluding Mr. Center of the Idaho Extens...

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. — 14 October 1915

PA OR TWO PHB ONTARIO AROU8 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14 1915. S Potato Digger For Sale 1914 MODEL Holy Rosary Hospital Place your order for bullm at the Ontario Floral Co. A BANK'S FIRST DUTY is to its depositors. The business nf this Imnk ll conducted on litis basis, which is, in trutli, SK OURITY AND OON. HKKVATJHM. HufH.v is considered before profits. Wo feel justified in Ask ing for your banking business, (insuring you ni ways, courteous treat ment and satisfactory service. FIRST NATIONAL BANK NOW IS THE TIME to install Hint Heating Plant, ami Sanitary Plumbing, before the Id weather sets in. See ut for prices U. 8. PLUMBING & HEATING CO. trcLAxsop P&vBEACf i ill H Af mi MZa MEA At tli end of rite luttoric Lewi and C Tlt U trail, on the Pacific Ocean, lies 25 nuL-sof foiest- skirted furfwajkeJCUlSOPBIAlli. DiM. modern hotel, ut UAIIUKI anil MASIH Fine bathing" in Surf and two $ 15,000 Natatorw. Manifold amusements, golf, tennis, ate. Inexpensive hotel, H cottage and camp accomm...

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. — 14 October 1915

:i THE ONTABIO ARGUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14 IMS. PACK THREE BIG CORN CARNIVAL IN ONTARJiO OVEMBER II 1 ' 9 3, THE ONTARIO ARGUS IM III .ISIIKI) I'.VKKV TIII'RHDAV KuNti'.i In the pontomce at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through th mulls an nt'coml class niall-mattor. W. C. MA HSU A NEEDED LESSON. f There is one thing that the European war should help us Americans to learn. It should hring us to a better understanding, u juster appreciation) a fairer estimate of the peoples of the European e.ountries. In the supreme test of the ordeal of blood and horror through whieh Europe is passing there is one thing es tablisned to whieh all of us, regardless of our sympathies, can subscribe: All of the nations involved have stood the test of manhood, courage, endurance. Apart from all oThtr issues involved in this titanic struggle, we must stand with bared and bowed heads before the heroism displayed alike by Teuton, Briton, (Jaul, Russ, Latin and i Bttk . .. . tAmt Jflb Eor years self-const...

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. — 14 October 1915

v.cv) roi'K TllR ONTARIO ARrtHfl THURfcDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915. VALUABLE BSJSS) pvt Hffl n H k'-. JQ H SI I FOR WORKERS CONTEST Tfte Argus Automobile Contest Will Close October 23 Priiei ace ihw ;ill on display -Yon are Invited to call and see them. RULES Anyone nf either m of kimm! repute mny enter u 11 camllihite for (bene prizes. Kmploye of Tim AKOl H or their linim-dlnte inm-III)'-. will im.i lie permitted lo participate III tills content. The Content Mummer reserve I ln ilulil to reject mil iioiiilmillon. A iioiiiliuitloii niiiy In iiihiIi' by iin.i- mil'. "ii i'iiii noinlnulc yourself. All content unU entering the mutest agree to accept mill abide liy tin' Kulen of Hie foment or li u ilcclnlon or till' t oldest Malinger where tin rule il t npply. Voten will Im InmiiciI iiion tin' payment of new ami renewal subscriptions to Tin' AIUU M Muring tin NMMi Kuril contestant ii entering till' contest will Im fur- iiUIiimI wltli a roi or tin rule" mill a complete workliiK outfit. A free ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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