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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 February 1916

mm Rexall Remedies 1 " Nfaf ONTARIO PHARMACY Eastman Kodaks Eastman Kodak Supplies - NyaVs Remedies . PERSONAL-LOCAL Hntunlnjr, Hie 29th, ni MrKlnley -ay. Mrs II 0, Wliltwortli wan up from Wolscr Tiii .ilny. W. T. I.niiipkin made a business trip tO Wlllser TlH'HflBjr. Mm. W. W. Wood Is flailing Willi relative In flranl fount Mrs Tliarlmr f Payette. ! visit ing Mm. Ruthfortl this week. Miss Roberts, of Vale, wan calllnf on Ontario friends thla week. I. P. Mart of Westfall. la In town thla week visiting with friends Judge George Davis, the Vale at tornejr, was here Saturday on busl neaa. Mr Fred Looey la visiting at the home of J. A. lackey and family thla week. John Hader of Holae, waa visiting with hla brother, Frank Radar, over Sunday. Dr. Cluen waa over from P -u.ua looking after patlenta In the local hospital. Mr. Kuatace, a prominent attorney Of Caldwell I In Ontario thla week on a bualneaa visit. During lU, about 13.000,000 worth of horses and mule changed banda at Caldwell. Ju...

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. — 3 February 1916

OREGOi: NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Important Occurrences of Past Week Briefly Compiled for Our Readers. A good roads association hu boon orgaiilMwl In I'nlon rounty to promote highway Improvement. The synod of the Presbyterian church of Oregon, will he tioM In Eu gene again this summer. The report of the manager of the Salem Fruit Union shown a business of BON than $260,000 lor the paat year. II. (1. Wilson. In charge of the gov eminent Indian uuency ofttoes at Rose burg. Iwi he ti trnnslerrod to Okla l,lii.l A movable school wo hob I at Du fur by the extension department In structure of the Oregon Agricultural MHp Oregon ichoola will observe the birthday of Luther Uurbnnk. plant wlsard. March 7. with appropriate ex erclset. The University of Washington de fcatod Willamette University la a anrappy game of bnikctbull ut Salem, 30 to 24. A government rifle club to be afflll ated with the National Rifle club of Auierlea m formed at Hood River with 22 membera. Clackamas county ban 1...

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. — 3 February 1916

Sale of Odds and Ends and Surplus Stock 1 I MENS and BOYS SUITS $16.50 $12.50 MENS SUITS MENS SUITS $12.00 $9.50 $4.50 Boys Suits $2.95 Some with 2 pairs Pants MENS $1.25 $1.50 Shirts and Drawers . . 85c HO to 100 per cent Wonttwl garmcnta in medium and heavy weight. Broken lines UNDERWEAR Womens Suits Lowest Clearance Prices ! There's no need to describe them, because almost every desirable style of suit is here Broadcloths, Whipcords, Velvets, Serges and Gabardines, in all the colors that are popular and all the styles that are smart Trimmed in fur, braid and velvet they're the greatest of bargains at $8.50 to $15.00 MENS and BOYS SWEATERS at 20 per cent Discount A ORF.AT HUM KVFAT ALL MCW. or It HWKATF.M DII NOT MUtlVK I NTH, THK FIRST TO MIDDLF, OK IIKrFMIlF.lt TOO IM ion MIA MMRM Take advantage of this, as we wish to clean them out. McCALL'S LATEST FASHION PATTERNS Just in Silk Petticoats $1.95 An excellent opportunity far the women who want a new silk skirt for very little mon...

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. — 3 February 1916

F GARRISON'S ARMY PLAN FACES FIGHT i Serious Opposition Expected In Both Senate and House Military Committees. ;; NEWS NOTES OF IDAHO Washington. While President II win U carrying to tin- country li it up peal for adequate national defense, oc of tlic ltul elements of the pro pram lie has recommended to congress the contliu'iitiil army fare settous ppposltlon lii hoih the senate and the faouse military oirim Itteea Such au army, described by Secre tary Uarrlion ;is embodying the most attractive scheme that could be do- Csed to give a final test of the prob in of training an adequate nuinber CM? federal volunteers in poaee times, Would he expected to provide 400.0110 neu of the total of approximately 1, 00,000 which the entire plan Is ml awlated to make available. Present indications are that the con tinental proposal In some form will be written Into the army Increase bill being prepared by the senate military committee, although that measure will be devoted mainly to a complete reo...

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. — 10 February 1916

(Bnfwno t$n VOL. ONTAItlO, MAI, Ml lit COUNTY, ItKGON, Tlirit.Sll.tr, I KB. 10, cm No.8. TRANSFER OF L A linlf Interest In approximately 1 in, i m 1 1 "i !""' Im-atcd ill I lur- nev county Iiiih I I purchased liy (In. Swill Ititcrerts of Chicago Tin' land include Hi"' CorliPlI Cortland mill Wlllliini llnnlcv. TIh' ini" r'v 'i .1 fun. i' rl.v owned by till' Hlltcti Valley I.iiimI company, for which Mr Ilnnloy net .1 I. mi-. I) III tin- capacity nf manager With the entrance nl tin' Swifts, tin- IhIicIh arc taken i i r li Hi,' F.iinlorn OfagM ('attic cnmpnnv . II"- Incorporation of which was recently announced. Wlllllllll IlllllleV Will HI'VIT llll Coll nectlmi with lli' new cnmpnnv. lifter Juh I, when he will retire In I . ;i n 1 1 - IiIh own i eastern Oregon propel i i' ' ' i - Mate '" ' '"nil- erly owned by the Blitzeu Valley Land ciimpniiv i IIh' "I'" riiiicli frnin w lin h radiate a "I M or so ii ii 1 1 m comprising thouaand of .hum. Thsaa imi i,i lin' Smi Houm roach, Baaaa VIkIii...

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. — 10 February 1916

The Ontario Argus M B. BAIN, I'ulili ubuoripttoa 11.00 i alwuyi m aii iin i Published Fiery Thursday. Applications made nt tin' Ontario postofllee to I ntercd as Class mail mutter oni ciik n s. Th- i 1 1 1 if.-i 1 f n t Is grnd mi I ly warm Ing Mi IBS national candidates bUVS been given ii preliminary to show thel"- BUOSS In the great elimination Contest before the iiatlniiiil com on tlon. Stat' candidates are being groomed anil looked over anil the same niny he said Of the district and county nsplrnnts for public favor The riimp:i(Kii promises to be n warm one, tin- democrats having been In office long tnoiiKli to feel t lint they have n fighting chnnce ami the re publicans have been out for a suffi cient t i in to make them hungry for tin- Spoil Malheur county ha never been (riven any recognition on the Mate ticket ami rarely, If ever, bus hail can didate for any offices heyonil the county ami senatorial district, hut thl year we nre going- to have a can didate for delegate to the...

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. — 10 February 1916

COURT PROCEEDINGS Action takon by the County Court of Mainour County and bill audited and allowod at tho January term, 1915. In the matter of the appolnttm tit or road supervisors for the different road districts n Malheur County, Oregon, for the year 1916. No. 1, Himi Hour; 2, C W. Deltoer; 3, A. W. Olonn; 4, J. W. Hanklns; G, W. J. UoblriHtin; 6, Harry Tague; 7, Orion Mason; 8, Geo. Newman; 9, 8. H OorUni 10, A. S. Itlrbey; 11, J. W. Weaver; 12, Floyd Howard; 13, C M. While; 14, T. Chan Pltrli- urti, lb, A. W. rcrnUHOii; 16, I) V. Zornes; 17, Janien Malloy; 18, P. L llrown; lit, v r Htlne; 20, W. II Crlpn; 21. ( A. Htoute. In the matter of the appointment of .i Krult ItiHpector for Malheur County, Oregon, for the year 1916. A. Oruniso appointed In the matter of the appointment of a County Physician for Malheur County, for the year 1916. Dr. F. L. WllllaniH appointed. In the matter of the appointment of a County Vt torlnarlnn for Mal lieur County for tho yoar 1916. A. O. Moore appo...

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. — 10 February 1916

MINING CAMP IS RAIDED BY VILLA Steals Supplies and Threatens Death io All Americans He Can Capture. Kl I'uo, Tex. Kranclnco Vllle, the stitlswod Mexican leader, terrorized the mining camp of Laguna, Chlhua aim. IttHl week and threatened to "kill All grlngoe he rauKhl," according to Mexican psaiengi If! who arrived hen' Ktha rirat train from the nouth In ht day. Thej said Villa appeared at Uie l'le lagoa mine at Lajruna, coming from "Canon de KM Nldo," nearby, and ran hacked the town, leaving only a amall supply of com. Upon leaving, they an hi Villa made the threat against )lh i' Americans. Later, It waa laid, Villa reappeared and told the lahorert to get out, as serting he did not want any mine owned by American to be operated. Tbc I'lelagon mine la owned by an Kngllshraan and nn merirnn now In Chihuahua city With Villa, wa aald to be DUO men well mounted. CRISIS IN RELATIONS DOUBTED IN BERLIN llirlin. Oermnny foreee no Imme diate rrlsl In relations with UM I nit I SiNtea over the ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 February 1916

IRRIGATION ACTIVITY Early Development of The Warm Springs Project is Assured Tho flrHt definite MtlOfl looking to ward tlir early development of tlm 'Warm Spring projOOl HH commenc ed till h week, a hen a well known rop resoiitntlvc of the Vale Chamber of Commerce started a petition iiHklng for net Ion on the part of tin' roiinty Court In the orKnnlzutlon of un Irri gation District under our state law. Tho A reus Iiiih canvassed tin1 ltu tlon very thoroughly and find tho people enthusiastic over t lie possibil ity of getting tho Malheur Warm spring dam constructed. I' J. Oallagher, a prominent at torney at law In Ontario and now a candidate for the office of Prosecuting Attorney on the republican primary ticket was Interviewed hy the Argun roproHcntatlvo and expressed hlm i.eif 'i follewi: "The times are excellent for the conHtrurtlon of the great Malheur project. The new district law has made It poHHlhle to offer Investors audi Hecurlty a tliey wish Thin law has been many ycara In ...

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. — 10 February 1916

i i 'BBIMBBBBBBBBTI HHRBBBBHIHH vRt MB BWWWwr Rexall Remedies See Our Display of Vdl ntines Nyal's Remedies ONTARIO PHARMACY ;' Eastman Kodaks I ..,. Ty-r.--. rmm -"""' ""! gg55 "" """ ' ? PERSONAL-LOCAL ir I! (i Payne called tn Valr Monday. Mrs Whltwnrth was up from ffoi ger Taotdty Mr. iithi Mr forest f( here lust week from Jiintiirn MIch Vi'Mi Stiiry. of HOM ll tht guest (if her Aniil. Mrs llolert '"' Mrs .1 .1 Toot, Of PirottO, til the MM or Ontario (rloadi oa Tooo- day. num. of Iba visiting viiii OaUrto 1 1 ii i days tlil week. Mm. it i) Pajrat ai A & it ' II lag mi ralatlroa. jodft Browa wai horo fro 10 A4aa Marrajr, who wi la Ontario ,i,i.n. tari.Mi hiuK to tho bllta Tuoodaj Boralag- nriaaar. of tho nig Boad, wat vUllor tu Vail '"lining over a abort white at Ontario smith, who i with tht Mot ander i in .4 ii at Vale, wat rttll with Oatai la frit nd i o r Bund i) Percy locy and Ml Ploi Baldor Hpent Hundiiv with rolal rt frlondi hi mtario W ai Mlaa Margaret L.nii Shun ai at...

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. — 17 February 1916

(BnMtt ONTARIO, MM, mi K COUNTY, ORKUON, THURMIAY, iF.it. It, nun. Nn. T. VOL -" THE REPUBLICANS OF SMALL RANCHES DO WELL IN RAISING SHEEP AND HOGS TO FORM COW TESTING DRAINAGE DISTRICT BEING FORMED NEAR ONTARIO SOME PHENOMINAL GRAIN YIELDS EOR HAVE CELEBRATION Democrat Tlvqu. m ASSOCIATION IN DISTRICT .nor r :,urrl QF IF1 ispiii .SEN I. tu ' ,-niiutry I llo ,,,,1-nind !,,1 lllUt I lOld all ' i in uu i llll.st latipati ailing 1M1AI Saturday ovcllllHS f In"! week the r . I i 1 " " "' M,"""r '"""'V ,,,,.i ii Hi" i" celebrate iim- birthday 0f Ahrnluim Lincoln A pwafal In rlUtloi H extended hi r-paei-ausa Hn over '!" county, '""'l aaBftaaaaB , r, qiltt numerous, ho murh ho thai r ,,,,,.,,,,-t i, ail wiih mien 10 urn .,,,,1 ,, number or tha dtaara , ! tabid In III'' hotel labb .1 extremt i patri n ! -i il.iiii elegant ,. being paid in no' memory of . ,,,,.,',, bl .1 W Corson In n forty i i Othai speahei aa , , were K Dean, nf U n il ten HI I II ill II inn . . I..lu I ' . . , t . II i ini...

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. — 17 February 1916

Rexall Remedies Nijal's Remedies 0 N T A R 1 0 P B A E M A C Y Eastman Kodaks Eastman Kodak Supplies r: ONTARIO WINS ill BASKET BALL GAME l'i KAMK KKKIl I Mi: minis. for j Payette HlKh '"I i:r ike) ball ID t-l IIh MCi'lnl ' hi .'.i r tin' local champl Tin- gajae wi i . i ' i tlM Htti ' the Payette bo b mi '"I'll practicing nil tin' ' .i-n:i. id ol ahli ' fatiillinr with . . n 1 , Tin- r.n I iiiiiIit 1 : . liai Cif 1 1 1 - - 1. !.. . i! . in' Dl mi.'. ii 1 Imlli iMat I'tr leml inmi tin' tiri't mil tin' ball In thi'lr 1 11 Hid 1 nf ll 1 Tin' liiiiuli' lp cltti' to tin' vizi. 11' lull! uu . evident "hen tin hafl Kn! tin- ball, fur t Ingl) threw itlniiit looklag mi II and wer Hevernl tltm ii in tl.tiH niakltu- a M In tin- I.. 1 ball lit it..- K.itni tin' local team hloivi'il up (lightly .unl Payette u 1 gaiah in 1 tin idvai Of It, Rllltlltu .11 Mil r , 1 11. n, -i,l mi 1 mey were ai'ttiniiy iuip.ki III tin- num ber of MM Ontario nillleil iikiiiii ami In 11 I 1 1 Ihe mlniiti of I ho iinm...

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. — 17 February 1916

It will pay you to visit this Rummage Sde iiltiV- JBl ONTARIO yB 1 fil mTjE ' T ii:iimmi;m mouk Since taking inventory we find hundreds of odds and ends that must he sold at once. So for the next ten days we will hold a genuine old fashioned RUM MAGE SALE and clean up all odd lots. Visit this sale and get some of the real bargains. Mm & 4 ONTARIO L W W' optgon I I y DEPABTMENT STORE Dress Goods and Silks Dumb l of pleo Ml "'' I""""' " BMMB I. Mi Imt (.-. ;...f- mil In nil odor-, plni-ml In I III- lllllniniiar Sale. Hill In nil M lint)' nil mini-, mnl inili ! l mil MMMNJBi In Ihe ItiiinuiuK'' Siil" "' ""'I tnitiili-f.1 of short Irnutli plere. mill Ju-l Hie HiIiik fr ii hundred and our HiitiK nil hi II Ml I'HK K. Underwear Ami ii In! .uf uiliN mill mil- In mirk .Mil- plnrr.l In I lil- ItiiniiniiKi' Sail Nni nil sizes In nil pattern., liul in. .uuli "I lln' ilinrn-ill klml- In unt il I mi) iinr. II oil ner.1 m lliliiu ini -I lit l-ll here- first. Womens and Misses Smart Suits ll i ...

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. — 17 February 1916

- Tb- 0 io "v bttWMfl Edit cm i-'1 M Pli ' ford. ' . 'i in ' ; ' "",i'. .1 .1 M iir or Junior of nny im ' '! J" b d would know i .'in, in he p ' '" ' !' HIl I"' IM 'i ' lo Ill'' rniii'ii BUU 'i' laoBld worry. ti ii.ij . mm loBger and if "ii don 'I nolle Hi luel bettava II ' 1 days- fo fa Half of i. oi I in lection 6, Town nip s South, li.inr.' I . I M , in Mai hear County, Oregon, and for Jod nnnii again i defendant i named in the title hereof, for lha pt pal urn ii DO wiih latere i thereon at the rat'' of iIj per can! per annum from Mat 19111, and im imi.I. w ii h Intel oat ii cent from Januarj i . . IIII, and tor , and fin nil il ' III i" u. and for mi ii ol i the i inn . inn In I and equitable iiiiiiii.'ii i publlahe I put Business Dis. ry ii i- I " ', DRf PRIN5M ( 'ill .It II.. Office In Ni Wl In. it . "' Ut, OK i mi i i" ill Ills i" 0 at emotional In II ii i In til IV! ' I i on, the n ,. ,i i op mil rin ci ii Ha id l x ind Ml lion arm) and Up i nil doe n' v iiiiinn fflej i-.U "...

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. — 17 February 1916

First Showing of New Spring Silks W - have just received from the Orient some new Silks, that will appeal to every one who is looking for something new. See our windows for a few styles that we have. Come in and see them all RADEK BEOS. & CO. PERSONAL LOCAL i.m r;iti'. iii 1 v. i : Ballad i" Tn, il) mi Ingal mult' i I,,, , I I. il . II V.I IN II l ,i i WMk hi II I. !' in. hi i u . . i r I'.u '. ,,,-. i i Nyaaa Honda) treat "Mm, II"- iMiikir nf Jim l, , . iIIiiik mi I lnt;irlii ri-i . ml S.il'ii i i il mi. ha N ' i ' t i r 1 1 . . Miiih1h Ih'I vM'i'ii IriihiM Ih' in. nil' i lri la Villi' I niili li. Hi.' . 'iirin. it fur the Nlii.ii- i ini.im . I'liHiT mi tln II.' I I triiln Tin-mlay. M inn', Im m in I hi' mil limit bttalnnan IiiTi- n (M ytHrn iik. h ii-iiiiik frli-iiilM bate ovtr tfun it) Mi in. I Hn ( lur. in I'lHiriiuili are iiiuiii' iruiii Hi.' Anon Rock dam lli'li' I ln' IlllVt' I II for till" pNl I 1 1 r.n.Mi' In KlilllK In liiivi1 il I'iMlll r mill SM'il i.linw Ki'linuirx ...

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. — 17 February 1916

I OVERLAND Model 83 B $695 Roadster 35 Hp. $675 F. 0. B. Toledo, Ohio N,,w vmi can have the big, comfortable, beautiful Family ;)! Tl... tliiiti t i Vi Inirst'liiiUlT (Kit l.lllll Xhc economical means to i bigger, broader, healthier, hap pier, familv life For $805. And thnngh the price hai be n reduced the car is improved. 38 horsepower en-bloc motor, 108-inch wl Ibase, one man top, suit divan upholstery. . . I, ban t Vl.is latesi en bloc type motor with n smooth Mow of abundant power and an exceptionally fast "pick up." Here in tnc car (with Improvem nta) which has outsold, vir tually two for one, anj other car with a wheelbaae of more than 100 Inches. , . , , , , Here is t li. value now even areater wntcn lias steadily dominated the automobile market for tin la1 eight months. Two unit electric HirhtinK and starting system, Pour-inch tires, Electrical control buttons on steering column, Demount able nin. Here is the car with i performai r rd "I iniapnroaehea magnitude more than 60,...

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. — 17 February 1916

FOKV PEACE PaRIY CtUHGtD tUROPEAN VIEW OF YANKEES I I,,. . , r Herald Im i iim i, sden mi eiolu sit mm ooal a fortl peaoa party dlreal i i " or ,, m,.,ii I a tralni Rot Mob gmofiki who : ii iiH mi. in l,r if l In- piirly '""" I'l.'li". ni rived I Saturday. Mil- I. i'T Harold ,.;,i i in IP bj Iobi i ii tola ,,iiiii'' Hil'1 OnilBI "t III" BOMB III Kt piyaoath Bad ba roty klndlj 1 Tha part) Bl bored i "- i "i I n, ,, iiiIiit mill OB tl uii .!,', i ,,n tin, Prodi IK Mh. Nothlns nun I .I i tlii (i,. nip real hod Kirkwall, oa ooa i.i iho Oi up tot twoety-foar houi wi,;i,. tht Bagllsl ofMabi bsbbi i d i, , . At llinl plBBB tWO docton ware lakaa ofl tha p and "in '"' ketd IB Baglaad u ,,n aaoi f v nr until i I' '" ad (mi ilium' iii riuiii. .., , ., i ad waa ' krla linn BBBdi im iBtpOrtBBl OBBDOI1 ,,i ,,t way, a bi ra ta i na laal ooi Brrod it area tba Dnrt polal i ,,, ii. n lion Bad i in' boat I kd i docked tiniii ii ooaata ir ... i,i, wara turn .ii- "ii II"' I : ,l,r II,, .Hand. BTBWlod "l...

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. — 17 February 1916

7f ara v r j v m m. - vaV ;. AZJM&, at to me nniii U ? W 0 7y Miwi mart " .1 V K i l "n M SaV First Showing of Beautiful Spring Merchandise Friday, February 18 to March 4 New Spring Suits and Coats Ar. uii 0 lx tllUll I'Vrr, tl Blld " lino is more ox The prices rango from $7.50 to $30.00. In the suits you will Bad some very exclusive styles and silks are especialy strong. Shirt Waists and Middies As usual you will find the most exqusite line of waists here, all the new fads, Ud prices 50c to $6.00. Skirts and Petticoats Tlic spring stylei aw ti 1 1 . w ronnvji with plenty of cloth and flare, they are check, stripes and plain colors priOM $3.50 to $8.00. Muslin Underwear The usual beautiful line of Muslins Will be "ii display! and 1 1 - pricea arc alwayi sur prist ugly low, gowni ;it 50c audup, ahirti at D8o andup priiuu'M eoi ' "ii. envelope Blip, corset covers and drawers, alt i,oiupletc Ihu f Misses and Children! littl lei, skirts, drawers and waists at pri ;i . making them. E...

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. — 24 February 1916

Democrat PBJle dhtftmo VOl ' ONTARIO, mvi.iikik mi tv, OMGUOS, riiiitsiiw, -i;ii. M, Ilia, No.H. MARQUIS WHEAT IS GROWN SUCCESSFULLY CLUB HOLDS HOG PRICES AGAIN ON THE ADVANCE &?0tt& COMMERCIAL wheat hM d I" M'I'.V well I, ,i,,. i loan Northweal etaaa ll ,(,,, tlWl 'I" I "inn-M In th0M '" "" ,,,,!. for il ll in I HI I""1" ll(,Mli, mto pablk notlM at the Dry I l.clhlilld;'", ... l( i., itn ii am Ited all ,T " ,"'"' ''' ni iMlltJ ''"' "''',l hlgba ' I u.-i.t in enaaeo ,in rtiit, tha Cof raaa. Wage thai ,,,, ,. ii hai i groaw la N (, mill , nil ohtalaed have gt , in, , karat Ii i, , i , -I ninii aadar iba dine- n,,,, ,,r ii rlter in variofl dnea i bal I " "' ' I pn i al , . laeted Mora will on Ii 'i . in in ii, other I I ' ..ll I'ltri: l WB I II I I ' ; l baahela '..Mil Mil ll I III log mii ha M mini I ..I farm lit i a 1114 a aawa i' ethi i i ..Id for seed i thai i ..ii i cif iini.'.i i in . 14 u.i :i. I. ii' ii .. Dim .I t Hiii'i iaj hi. i Oolden Valla) tha yield 4 I tad ".s l...

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. — 24 February 1916

A - VESSELS, IF ARMED, , OREGON NEWS NOTES 1 CALLED WARSHIPS, CF OHAUNTEREST Germany and Austria Give No- ,mPor'ant Occurrences of Past tice of Policy Toward Mer chantmen of Allies. Week Briefly Compiled for Our Readers. Washington OWMU and Austria. Tl"'r" r now 295 J,,nr" ln oper through tholr embassies, have MtlfM t,OM ,n r,or,lam1 the United Hiitn-H of their Intention I HeMUmTllto Christian Scientists to treat armed merchantmen aa war-,1""" rp,,l"R rhnrch. ahlpa after March 1. That date was fixed to give the entente nlllcs tin to alKtilfy their Intention toward the MM note of the Baited state pro posing the disarmament of all mi ban I men. The United Slates recently propos- fl bnrg will hold Its annual Strawberry Carnival this year, accord Inn to an agreement reached by the PHI lOMI in' 11 of that city. The carnl vul will bo held May 19 and 20. I (irmal notice that Oregon la en titled to ten delegates to the drtno erallc convention, which tneeta at St. Louis. Mo, Jut 14 next, has...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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