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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 14 October 1915

THE ONTARIO A 22E ft THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14, - ttr I - Professional, Busines, and ... Classified Directory .:. The Ontario Argus is road by thousands of people each and every week brings bargain seekers If you have anything for sale if you want to loan or borrow if you want to buy in fact any thing you want, you can get through the "WANT AD" columns of The Argus The leading professional and business men will be found in our directory each week. Wants FOR HA1JC OR Til IK FOR SALE Potato digger at Holy Rosary Hospital. tf FOR SALE Row boat In beat of condition, with air tanks and Evln rude motor. Inquire H. B. Logan. Moore Hotel. FOR BALE 1 doten Ancona cock erels. Won 4 first prises and one second prise at Malheur County fair. Inquire J. J. Dless, P. O. Box 61, Ontario. 37tf FOR SALE One work mare, weight 1300, age 8. J. J. Oil lard. Ontario. TO TRADE Good residence pro perty In a fine Idaho town, for land or town property In Ontario. Box 33. Ontario, Ore. KOIt HKNT FOR RENT- Furnished...

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. — 14 October 1915

PACE BIX THE ONTARIO ARGUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915. H B . J x M t V IIHIKI 1AH.M, NKtt'H W. B. Moi'nriy of Hakor wbb h v Itor here Mondny. R. H. Drown of Diamond On was here lam Monday. J. 8. Denaon of Frultland spent Sunday In Ontario. Fred Hascall of Pilot Kork was here the flrat of the week. Mrs. C. M. McCoy of Ittveralde wan here nhopplng Monday. H. A. Klllam of Dolae wan a vlall r here on Wednesday of last week. E. R Deeman off Duhl WM a visit or here on Wednemiay of last week Edgar Dunean of Welner was In Ontario on Wednesday of last week Wm. French of La Orande wan in the city thla week on Wedneaday. K. I. Drngan of Vale wan a visitor here thla week. Mrs. D. W. Adaint was an Ontario visitor Wednesday. H. M. (lllllam of Baker City was here on hualneBB this week. JatnoN Fox was down from I'nlty Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tlllotson and Miss Nettle McDonald of Dculali were In the city Tuesday. Father Brady was In from Juntura the first of the week. Mrs. Maud llosjart, who r...

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. — 21 October 1915

BIG CORN CARNIVAL IN ONTARIO NOVEMBER 11-12 -i J) Qutavto &9tt0. Vohime XIX Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, Thursday October 21, 1910. N... 42 MANY OF ONTARIO'S ATTORNEYS ATTEND SUPREME COURT Seven Cases Have Been Ap pealed To the Supreme Court From This County. All of the attorneys in Ontario are planing to leave next Sunday to at tend the mooting or the Supreme Court next week at Pendleton. An unusual number of Important cases hare been appealed from this county, there being seven In all. The cases from Malheur County have been set for hearing on Monday and Tuesday. but It la Improbable that the cases can be disposed of in so short a time. The eaaea appealed from this coun ty are aa follows: First National Bank of Ontario vs. Seaweard Brothers, and others. Welaer Land Co. vs. Josephine Boh rer and husband. Kingman Colony Irrigation Co. vs. Hetta Payne. 0. W. Mallett vs. A. A. Brown Ba tata. Oeorge E. Cooley vs. Snake River District Improvement Co. W. U. Jenkins vs. Owyhee Irr...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 21 October 1915

PAGE TWO THB ONTABIO ARGUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915. i a THE ONTARIO ARGUS PI U3LMHBD KVKHY THCKSOAY Entered in the poHtofflce at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through the iubIIr eh second-class niall-matttr. W. '. MA11NII WHY ADVERTISE AT ALL Tt ll well first of all to know what advertising really is. Advertising has been defined as the act of public ly announcing B fact, and has further been defined as salesmanship on paper. While both of these arc more or less true, advertising is nothing but the giv ing of business news with the purpose of creating a HOW want or supplying an existing want. It is read ily seen that there is no limit to the accomplishment of good advertising, as there is no limit to the wants 1 ready created or that might be created. The mer chant is h dead one who docs not realize that there are starving millions waiting for him to satisfy their wants or create for them new wants. This advertis ing idea to create new wants and satisfy existing wants is no n...

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. — 21 October 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS THURSDAY, OCTOBKT? 21st., 1915. PAGE FIVE Neal of the Navy (Continued from page 2.) To lh"lIlo the sea" the voice of the multitude ralf-nl Itself In agony. There u but one cry "to the sea let me past make room for me to the tea to the sea." At a crazy little wharf Illngton twitched himself and Manuella and the child deftly to one side and let the crowd plunge on. He scanned the surface of the bay, the fringe of shore. The bay was dot td with small boats, laden to the gun wales. The water was alive with swimmers. Ilington turned suddenly at his side stood Hernandez. Illngton shook his head. "There's not a chance," he said. "Benor Illngton," said Hernandez, "you are Indeed fortunate to nave tied yourself to me. Always I hnve some thing up my sleeve." He Jerked his head. "Follow mo,' he added. Ilington, wondering, followed, drag glng Manuella with him. Swiftly the group moved along the water front they fought their way inch by inch. Suddenly Hernandez darted out upon ...

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. — 21 October 1915

THE ONTARIO AftOUfl THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 lllllll I .Of l, NKWH 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. W. IT. Orooltn mitdo ;i trip to V'tilr Monday. H. W. Swagler Hpont Weriiii'Mlav In Vale. R. (ope made two trlpH to bin farm near Caldwell, the paat w PACE RTX 21. 1015. ' k VHHnWV9ff3flB WM H f A. O. Kingman of Kingman Kol ony was a vlaltor Mere on Wednesday C. W. and T. I,. Newell ! hi from nuriiH laat week. F'atil Preetniin wan down from Vnlc for a few dayn thin week. I.. II. Taylor of (tootling, Idaho, wm a visitor here Monday. H. E. HIokIc waa a vlHltnr from Wolaer laat week. Fred Haacall of Pilot Km k waif hero last Thuraday. Robert I - II. Aik't- ,oii wi ra up ban ri I...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 October 1915

) BIG CORN CARNIVAL IN ONTARIO NOVEMBER 11-1 (BtttwcU v&m Volume XIX Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, Thursday, October 28, 1915. N o. 13 he n CONKLIN SECURES MANY FINE FEATURES FORrSHOW CORN CARNIVAL DECEMBER 11 AND 12WILL HAVE "MANY INTERESTING EDUClffR)NAL EXHIBITS MANY PEOPLE COMING. According To Present Plana the Carnival Will Be One of Most Interesting Events Ever Held In This Section Of the State. Arrangements for the educational ami instructive fea tures for the Corn Carnival to he held in Ontario Decemb er 11 and 12,Jiave jnst been made by K B. Cohklin who is now in the western part of the state. Mr. Conklin has been very successful in securing features and attrac tions which will make the Carnival one of the most inter esting and attractive events ever held in Kastern Ore gon. The material secured for the corn show by Mr. Conklin are more in the nature of exhibits, than talks or lectures. The Congress of Mothers, The Child's Welfare Assn., and The Parent-Teachers Assn....

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 October 1915

PAOE TWO EHB ONTARIO ATiaUS TfTTTftHDAT. OCTOBER L'B, 1015. ! THE ONTARIO ARGUS IM i;l1siii;d RVERY THURSDAY Entered in the poHtofflr-e nt in, for transmission through tilt mail- M H i"ii ! II mntter. W.C, MA RSI I KINDS OF ADVERTISING Upon embarking in business the lirsi problem Unit faces the merchnnl is how t gel rtiBtomen. He shirts out alter business. Thai is advertising. Hi personally solicits trade or adopt", some other means of advertising his business. Bui one thing is certain, if any business is ever limit up i( is built Up through the medium of advertising. Every business man must admit this, r why liol atari a business Under ground and the proprietor sit down waiting I'm trade to conic U 10111.' A well kept : tore in ;i good location, stocked with good goods at reasonable prices is an mlvcrtisc- incut. A merchant .-1 1 1 1 t hide his lighl under I buah- el of HUceess. lie inil.sl iidvertise. There arc various ways of advertising, and for the sake of Convenience and in th...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 October 1915

THE ONTARIO AqptJSTHURgpAY, OCTOBER 28, 1915. paop: tiii,'i:f. i "i MALHEUR COUNTY 10 MAKE FINE SHOWING Malheur county exhibits at Manu facture' and Land Product Show In Portland Is centrally located In the great exhibit building and the Roll produclH will be viewed by more than 100,000 people, during th eighteen days the exhibition will be open. This In tho estimate now made on attendance. It Ih possible a greater number of visitors will view the exhibits. This year the land show In the State's metropolis opened on Mon day, October 26, to close midnight November 13. The Show will not remain open Sundays, and exhibitors will have an opportunity to renew perishable exhibits twice during Its progress. The Counties und conimunties of the State will make the greatest show Ing In their history at this year's exposition, since the Lewis and Clark Fair of 190T. Space In the Indus trial section Is now more than 80 per cent tilled and practically every thing Is taken In the land products div...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 October 1915

V PAOtf FOUR THE ONTARIO ARGUS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1P1. i WW W mm9Wi IBWIWl I l. r . r Qk . r""vrt 4f8MI fcMI 91 wPWET mczk3vz f9WHEsHysXj I Harnessed WP fi? With an Ox! I A beast of the field! A brute that was once a man! A thing insensible to any of man's finer sensations, his only needs being sleep and enough food to nourish his gigantic body. A monster that stands upright and throws its herculean strength into a yoke that drags a heavy plow. mm His mind gone and in abject terror of his masters, he does their bidding as a beast of burden. But, sometimes when the lash sings round his ears, anil the brute in him gets almost beyond a brute's control, there comes into his soft eyes a look it would be well for them to meed. Some day But see the play! Read the story! r Neal of the Navy William I lamilton Osborne! great story of romance and thrills, is also Pathe's latest an i atctt motion picture production. The leads arc played ly Lillian Lorraine and William Court leigh, Jr. Be Sure...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 October 1915

) TOR ONTABIO ARQUSTHUflSDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1915. PAOK Neal of the Navy (Continued from page 2.) if. HE caught siRht of Real-and started toward hitn "If you don't mind," said the young woman, In dulcet tones and with Just the trace of foreign accent In her voice "If you do not mind. I should like to Ind the post office If you have one here." ' Neal nodded. "1 go past there," a" awerod Neal, "I'll take you to It. Come with me." Neal liked her but she didn't ring true. "Thla la the post office," he ex claimed at length. Neal passed on toward the beach. Hn had not gone far when he heard a f woman's acream. He looked back. In front of the post office a crumpled heap turned out to be the pretty wom an. "I slipped I stumbled something." ate exclaimed, "and, oh the pain the pain " "Where?" queried the postmaster "My foot, my ankle." returned the young lady; "It la bad bad." Bhe fell back, half fainting. In Neat's arms. The postmaster nodded to Neal "She was going to your mother's, Neal." he ...

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. — 28 October 1915

sK AGB --. v-r THB 0NTABIO AROTTB THHRffliAV, OCTOBER 38. 1915. "" ft a - - . BRIEF IXM?AI, NF.VVH BEAUTY AND HEALTH SHOULD BE EVERY WOMAN'S HERITAGE It may be o If you Will Observe die simple laws f nature mid pVOtegt your complexion. Our f'jiee cream and otter toilet preparations will greatly improve the face, preserve the complexion, and otherwise assist nature in its work. Just ask us about the few simple laws of nature that insure perfect health. We know, and our know is yours for the salting. THE ONTARIO PHARMACY a Ad Simon went to Holm Monrtny V. W. Chambers left Monday for Chicago with several carH of cattle 8. F. Taylor made a trip to Welser last Saturday. W. T. Lampkln went to Welser, Monday, returning Tuesday noon Mrs. R, R. Vernon was In from Riverside last week. Mm. L. R. Wllfong of Lowe, Ore.. wm here last week for a few days. A. H. Chrlstensnn was up from Kuna, Idaho, last Thursday. tan F H. McDonald of Newport, Ore , apent a few daya here last week. A. Murphy of Beul...

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. — 4 November 1915

BIG CORN CARNIVAL IN ONTARIO NOVEMBER 11-12 V i (Safari t$m. Volume XIX Ontario, Malheur County, Oregon, Thursday, November 4, 1915. No. II m MARIAN LOWE TO DEMONSTRATE FRUIT f. 11-12 Winner of State Champion ship Will Be Here For Corn Carnival An a part of the educational ex hibit here during the Corn Carnival, November 1 1 and 1 2, under the super vision of Miss Fay Clark, county school superintendent, Minn Marian Lowe will give a fruit canning de monstration. Sin- will use the same utonslls that she used In canning the fruit that won for ner the state championship In IIiIh work. In making this demonstration, MIhs Lowe will prove to women snd girls who are Interested that good work doee not depend entirely upon ex pensive tools. COMMITTEE ON THE CONFERENCE TO MEET On Monday evening November the 8th., the general committee that will have In charge the work of propuru tlon for the Fifth Annual Hoy's Con ference of Eastern Oregon and South ern Idaho, will meet In the City Mull to mak...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 November 1915

AHE TWO THE ONTARIO ATHHTSTHrKSDAV. NOVKMBER 4, 1913. - miomjwT. UttlAM HAMILTON 05B0RAE-- AVTftOP or Mprn moi j sr WlA(i riSM." WSPAW" IMAE BVCKJJTETC. co"y?cyr, s ay ML L Art HAVL rOV SYNOPSIS. On tho fin V nf Ilia arnnll.,i .. Umml T r i fi I ii- t I I I i i I I f I Willi 1 Plm- ((lit John llinilln of thr stcinii.r Frlm-vsa nunim five-year-old Amu tt illusion rrom nn open boat, l.ul In for.-i"! to Irnvn behind Iiit father mnl hie com panion Illusion la assaulted by Hcr naiKtrs mi, I I'niilu In n miIii nit' nipt to get papers which lllnut.n. has nii.n.n.l M aonn atHinrrt thr l'rlno ss llli hla (laughter. iipi.ik proving hln tllli t" the lost 'alnnil nf I'lriniiliiii Illtiicton Injun- caus. a 'ili mln. I in , rnc a blank. Thlr an yeiira Inpx.. HernandeS, now an opium iitnuKRli-r with Pontu and In. i rami. .. accomplice, ami the itiln.ll. m rule tlmi .hi,,, wm IliiiKton. riiini Pi eaport. wh'ro the whh.w c.f CuphOn Har.tln la living with her aim Nml anil Annette Illusion, nml pint 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. — 4 November 1915

i THE ONTARIO AjlQTT9 THUBBpAY, NOVEMBEft 4, inifl. as THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered in the pontofllce at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through the mails as Becond-class mall-matter. W.C. MARSH ADVERTISING AND SALESMANSHIP. A good salesman should know flic goodl he has to sell, know the objections To them, and know how they compare with ennipelitive goods as to quality and price. He must know the most effeetive ways to pre sent the goods to the customer, and know how to final ly make the sale. Every sale is the product of real salesmanship where the demand is not already creat ed. But if a customer went into a grocery store and said to a clerk, "give me a dollar's worth of sugar," the customer taking the sugar and the clerk taking the dollar, the clerk hire manifested none of real sales- wIUUIlNUip The real salesman is the one who attracts the at tention of the customer to goods for sale, creates in the mind of the customer an interest in the goods, then cre...

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

1 AflW FOTm WW eKTATUO AfieUB TTfrttHPAV, NftVgMBBR 4, 1018. UNWELCOME LOVER SHOT EIVE TINES BY A BURNS GIRL I HUTLANH KK. Tl'irns,- -MIrn Kali- I'lrk, the dUKlitor of a (iitlow vallry rancher, llYlnic pomo 100 mlloH from here, Ih being lipid by the authorities ti Hums on a rhnrni of haviiiK "hot Prank McHuriiev a HomtfttMdtr aim iiui Mr . I 7.. Taylor on Satin tel lived near by. levwlni of Inst wrek. Tim fnthor of the girl WM hwiiv O c. Stout formerly nnipluyoil In the Johnston atore here haa acoepN'ii si position with the Moaa Mercantile Co., 'i I'ayette and will take up hla i. Idenet In I'ayette before the inld ll of the month. Mlsst Florence DouRlaa, Mrs. Hlul.o ley, MlM HiiHlinell and Arlo Mg I'liinb, vw-re the KUPRta at I prettily appointed dinner at the home of Mr last Saturday mid Recording to rt Tbt next meetiiiK of the "Mot. jr Whlcfl will li" held Krldav, THE CAVALIERS. The Cavnllera, tlie second entertainment mil r the Kyceuni Course thin year will he Riven at the Dreaml...

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. — 4 November 1915

acta THE ONTARIO AROUB liftiiSDAY, NOVEMKKR 4, 1915. VM'iK PlVIiJ NCALo Oy William Hamilton Osborne, AUTHOR or'ACD M0U5C"RUNNING nOMT" "CATSPAV,M,,Dl0e 0UCKLe,HTC. NOVCLIZCO FROM THE PHOTO PLAY Of Ttt SAME aNAHC PRODUCED (3Y PATHC CXCHAriGCINC. (Continued petltlre examinations. Suddenly the window WM mined swiftly but noise lessly, and from without. Ono of Joe's friends across the tahlr rose, with terror written on his faco. He pointed with his linger at the win dow. "Look, look," ho cried. They looked. A long thin, gristly brown arm with long clawlike Angers, thrust Itself through the window and thrust a fold ed piece of paper Into the breast pocket of Joo Welcher's coat. Joe sprang to his fed, crouched terror stricken In Hi" corner, shielding bin faco with his arm His thrro cronies leaped to the window, and looked out There was a moon. Hut there was no one to bo seen. Tho owner of the hand and arm had dl'inppearod. Welch er, coming to himself, clutched at the note, and unfolded it...

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. — 4 November 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1918. mmmmmmm - C'. i I V v ii i f BKIEF l.o A I. NKWS Rev. D. B. Baker will preach at Arcadia next Sunday at three o'cIock Mis., Mayme Murphy was here from Vale Saturday. J. B. McClelland of Kuna was a visitor here Saturday. F. S. Plllsbury of Klvervlew was up here last week. K. I. Brogan was down from Vale over Sunday. J. K. LaFontaln was over from Boise last Thursday. it F. Smith of Vale was here the latter part of last week. P. J. Gallagher made a business trip to Juntura last week. J. E. Goodfellow of the Ontario Realty Company is In Portland this week. Place your orders for cut flowers for your Thanksgiving Dinner early. Chrysanthemum and pmHnn the Ontario Floral Company. Mr and Mrs. II C. Schuppell went to Baker City Wednesday to be away several daya. Send your friend a bunch of violets on Thanksgiving Day. Ontario Flor al Company. Miss Isetta Stetson, who Is on the School this year spent Friday and Saturday In Ontario. Bruce Kester and ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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