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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 22 June 1916

AMENDMENT TO Rftte of Interest and Method of Providing Farm Loans Set Forth. A tentative ilrnft of a prnpuMl coiiHtltutHlnal iiuiondmnnt providing for n HyiitiMii of rural credit., hu I n completed by I lie committee appoint ed by the mat"' (reditu conference ul Hnlem liiHt month iinil will ho -ml, mittcii to tim voter in tin' alactlon next November. Members of tin- committee tl ,i drafted Hi" measure are. ('. K. Spenre master of the State Ort&geij J n Itrown, president of t tn- r'urmerr Union, :im.) T II Hun Imnl. imihI.hi of the Oregon Federation of Labor. The essential particulars of the bill are nH follow Administration of UM rural credits m luill he in the Mb of Hie state land board, con ilstlng of the governor, the decretory I of Htnto and the state treasurer. The board Ih authorized to Issue Itonds , not to exceed i wo per cent of the an- I scsa i Ml I lint lOO of Hie state in ii' j nomination ranging from $1' I $10,000, and In Berlen of $100,000 'i. The bondH are to run ...

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. — 22 June 1916

Tim Ont-nrin Annua ""r 3ro",h ,h"" Wft mU!" 'XI""', "",t 1 I1C '. IMclIiU rllgUOj in the ripeness of old ago others will maintain the barrier tlmt separates uh M. K. BAIN, PubltntW. SUDMI'ipHon $1.00 a year Always in advance Published Kvery Iloir-dn Bntered In the Post Office at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through the matin bh second class mall matter. HIIAKK II' rOVH IIIIAINN. Slink" up your BfgvlBBi brother hake them up lively Somewhere ,,in others In the dark r f your omnium1 la an Idea that would he of groat ralue to iur homo community. I.ot the Idea out nnd pass It along morrow will he Just ns we shape our for omiminat r ri nnd dis-mclloti and . beginning today. lei the end The joyN nnd pleasures of youth are easy to acquire but bh time silvers our locks IhO) are more difficult to obtain. The person who adheres to an ex clusive clique today may find that to morrow tho integral pnrtH have dr!ft 'od away and that other doom are closed And It id then (hat the grny niw of the...

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. — 22 June 1916

LOW TARIFF IS BLOW TO NORMAL TRADE Washington --The Republican Pu blicity association, through IU prcsi dent, Jonathan Bourne, Jr., today gave out the following statement at Its Washington headquarters: "Emboldened by Ihoir unchalleng ed assumption thai thn democratic administration ban brought whatever degree of prosperity this country la now enjoying, the democratic nation al committer now exprnaaly assorts that the democratic party haa over come the period of depression and haii place, American Industry on Its feet again. "The chief factor In determining Industrial conditions Is the balance of trndn. The following tnble shows our monthly balances of trade be ginning with October, 1913, when the Underwood tariff law was enacted, and covering a period of 14 months, from which it will be seen that at the time the democratic tariff be came effective Um monthly balance wii largely In favor of the United Htates but It steadily diminished un til April. 1914, when the balance of trade wa...

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. — 22 June 1916

I I I II. .. . i i THIS COUNTRY SOON MUST FINANCE ITSELF EGGS FOR FOOD IS NEW PLAN Put yourse in HER t srJJcssl h- v-irry. rtf Mr.Mi 171 J-sr RIL U JBOST0 . StHt0 f - Why not get a good oil stove so that dur ing the hot weather your wife or mother orsister or daughter, can prepare the meals in a cool, com for table kitchen? AU NEW PERFECTION OIL COdifrSTOVE am jwfo' KwAm a SETTm r jBKaiVBBSBBBBMacA For Sale by Ontario Hardware Co. Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Kverhart's Cash for Eggs and Poultry Everything for the Poultry Keeper Ontario Produce Co. ISaSa luNbfi t'u. T. I.I... . mi! of Mania II. .1.1 For Artesian or Natural ICE Call up (OLD STORAGE The Only Sanitary Ice in li.Kii I'hone I57-R EVERYBODY KNOWS IT When You Wear a Tailor Made Suit l'lit'ic is peculiar tliMinclifin III tho lit .Hill Wl'l kill lll.-liip which puts it in a i lass liy it selt, anil the wearer in a by hiuiM-lt. wltll oilier tailor ...! nieti. When we make it your suit Is made to III you, and not a wooileu...

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. — 22 June 1916

Business PHT8ICIANH DRfl. PRIMZINO A WFE8K Pnlarie, Orrga Office in New WiUon Black. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriet Sean Dr. Pauline Sean Graduate American School of Osteo pathy, Kirksville, Mo. Wilim. Block. Telephone 164 Bin. OKNT1HTN DR. W. O. HOWE sj . - DENTIST Phones office 117 Wlliion Bldg. R"- H" 1R, II. f. 11KKTT DKNTI8T Ofllce 2ur door Bast of Onarl Plmr- 1 inscy on Nevada Avenue, Nenr R. R. Depot. t MlKRTAKINO J. H. FARLEY Funeral directc, and rmbalmer. Ily assistant. Phone 182-W. OnUrio, Orefon. I I .l NOTN'KM. NOTIOE TO ONTRACTOItM. The undersigned members of the xchool board of Independent District No. 18, w'll receive bids for the construction of the addition to be hullt onto the present school build ing In Fruitland Plans end speci fications may bo aeon at the Frult lsnd State Hank after June 26. 1916. Illds will 1)0 received up to five o'clock p. ni of July 1st. 1916. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check for 6 por cent of the amount of the bid submi...

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. — 22 June 1916

PORTLAND LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT f (From Monday' Uoporter) Tho past week has boon a Tory kaary one In point of rccclpta, Um heaviest In fuel for l In- year. Ovof 1100 worn received, tho bullc (if Which IW fairly good quality Cali fornia native) Evan with a MM M Ml hammering of prt( N lb) BOyOfO, oouth rn shipper found thll market niurli bailor tliiin at southern BOlOtf I lie loss wax from II to II cuts in UM California rlnx. dWrtBI t li week Today's market m very Blow in Retting started There were a n n ii i lr of InmW o( elm ' stuff on tlM iiimir.-; I!:;!!: ff itOff of In ferior Yf40l ami I ii i In hlddtiiK for them Am n NOfll prices on thll BlOOt gfBN lower, A food run for today, over 100(1 being received RoOBtptl of cattle HiIb month to d.i'e total ITtl BfBtfol for the mime time hint year, or a gain Of 1305 bend A few loads of choice Washington ttteers realired $S for the molt tmrt GfltfOfOlB grassers wild at $7.86 to R 00 for the best Price oi, I.. crude of MM fully ' id) with ...

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. — 29 June 1916

wfaxti v$m J I vol. ao ONTAIUO. I M. III! II CXHINTY. (IRWM)N, TIII'KNIM V. .11 K 211. Il No. B mt ROOSEVELT ENDORSES MM r n Will Go on the Stump For Him Purine Cam paign. When the committee of the pro jtrenslve party met in Chicago Mm (lay to take up I lie matter of a prest dentlal nominee a letter wan read from Mr Itnosevcll declining I lie nomination and strongly endorsing Mr. Hughe for tlie plare. hollowing are mimi of the po ntx made In Mr. Roosevelt's lettii The result of the lerrlhle world war of the pant two yearn have now made It evident to all who are will ing to nee, that In thin country there munt he nplrltii.il and industrial pre parednenn. The progressive movement han lieen g von Innalcuable Impetun hy what the progressive party hai done. It han beoome entirely evident that the people under existing con dltiona are not prepared to accept a new party. It remalna for un, good liumored ly and with common aenne, to face the nltuatlon and endeavor to get out of It the heat ...

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. — 29 June 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME With each 50 rent porrliu-i and thin coupon you will be entitled to 2.000 VOTKS A ONTARIO PHARMACY NEW TOWNSITE E KO.ll MKKTINU Milt VN'.I l MuJen heaped on American citizens. the recognition of the Independence of Texan by the Cnlted States, the firant and Itaker County Offlr Crane Is the New Handle Given the End of the Road. annexation of Texan and finally the boundary dispute aa to the border line of the I'nlted Statea. At that country In now. no wan it Confer on Highway Work. Itaker, Ore.. June 23. The county rommlnnloner of Grant and Raker Kendler, the new tnwnnlte at the end of the railroad that la building Into Harney valley, haa been changed citle and the new name will he Crane f,.ror )n numerical strength to the The changing f the name wan done. ,.,l(Mliy iCnnltlng of only 7H83 In because there wan nome rrltlclnm llS). Thla waa afterwarda In- the similarity between llend and .reused by volunteers and 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. — 29 June 1916

SAYS DEMOCRATS NEEH RECEIVER C. B. Moore In Call for State Committee Scores Administration. ttl i-ij'j. "If (IiIh Ir the heat Um iIi-iiiiii mlic party can do, aided n It Ims ! I I hy fz.ooo.nno.ono worth of war or derH In the hint IS month, It hIioiiIiI have tin to acknowledge It titter wiint of constrictive enpnclty Rinl iMk for the nppo'.ntnicnt of a receiver to take charge of tin- mini try until the republican party can immune control, iih It will, on the (iiinlnK 4th of Mnrcli." Thu I Um mil to nriiih Hounded to. nil republican1; liy Charles Tl Moore, chairman of the state een triil committee. In iiinmum Ing u meeting of the nowly elected mem hers of Hip commMcc In thp Imper ll hotel at 1 p. m. Snturdiiy, July 8. Organization of the work of the campaign will begin that day. In lila announcement Mr. Moores I review the financial ami I oiniiicrclal i condition of the country under the, Wilson iidmlnlHtratlon, and polntMi out that while a comparative few are getting rich by selling...

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. — 29 June 1916

A rTIK . "inf, mJ A -tint i"0'0 because the president deems 1 IlC '. firclrlO AlgUS It wIbp to sweep the dirty Mexican M. E. KAIN. Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in athance Published I'.very Thursday. floor. Thin movement of the troops to ll,i Mexican horder may he but the prplmli' to a general war with MM loo. If Huch It in to ho, then the ' Amerirnn ami li(iiild not be with drawn until every vestige of filth has been swept from the republic to our ninth and a land once fiiir shall have Kat.rnd In the Post Office at Ontario, been made over Into a place of habl Oregon, for transmission through UttOw for rational human being. the mall as necond class mall matter. It In not a pleasant tank to under 'take, hut U seems to be a burden The dominating nttomm a. the plnrp'' ,,pon ",p "h"",,WB of ,,,p Chicago convention WU the people " poopl' " WlM be "rr"'" who declared themselves In favor of pll"hod w,tnout ,a" or or Mr Hughe for president. b,.' bluster or blow accomplished as...

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. — 29 June 1916

Big Young Mares want ed, 1700 and up. D. A. Brakeman Tht Red Barn Ontario, Oregon THE PAID LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS FOR 8AMC Good one home cul tivator at McDowell's Exchange 8tore WANTED A se;ond (irl to aa lat with housework. I'hone 20 N 2. Piano Tuning A. R. McCarty, an expert plnno tuner Im permanently lo cated at Nysaa. All work guaran teed. Phone 14J. 1 4 1 f Qood aecond hand bile for aale, cheap. Mcculloch. Ilulck automo- Enuulre J. W lftf Cultivators for Exchange Store. ale at McDowell' PERSONAL-LOCAL Tuesday bridge club mpt with Mrs. Rader. George Kellogg has gone cart for a short business trip. Minn Anna Martin In about ready to leave the hospital. It 8 Hunter, the Beulah stock man wan hero laat week. Mm R O. Parne went to Payette Mondny to hear that band Mrs A M. Lackey and Miss Reu- liili l.ii. ki-r are at Hot Lake. Mrs. Defoe came In from Mver slde with her children Monday. Dr. Allen, of Iowa, was here this week the gueat of O. O. Luehr. A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. F...

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. — 29 June 1916

. -. 1 " Cook in a cool Kitchen All the heat it concen trated where it is needed keeps you cool and make for better cooking NEW PERFECTION OIL CQOMTOVE L Why not cook with o modern oil stove this sum mer and be comfortable? Bakes, broils, roasts, toasts. More efficient than your wood or coal stove, and costs less to operate. Better rooking because the long bluechimneysgive stead ier, more evenly distributed heat, under perfect control like gas. No smoke or smell. In 1, 2, 3 and 4-burner sizes, ovens separate. Also cabinet models with Fireless Cooking Ovens. Ask your dealer today. STANDARD OIL COMPANY tl'llllHllif Ontario For Brit Remits Pearl Oil Bp J?f Hfl oTii'Sor'"" For Sale by Ontario Hardware Co. Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Everhart'B . ARTESIAN WEM, AT I.ETHA I) r Hon. ho haii been drilling a wnll on IiIh ruuch near l.ciliu. Htruck an urteslati How of water tlie flrHt of the week lit n depth of NO feet. The well wait drilled by Mr. Ringer of New Plymouth The p.'pe In 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. — 29 June 1916

Business PHYHIt'IANH DK8. I'RINZINO WERHK Catariu, Oregon Office In New Wilion Block. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriet Scars Dr. I'aaline Sean Graduate! American School of Oateo pathy, Klrksville, Mo. Wllann Block. Telephone 154 BIk HKNTIHTH DR. W. O. HOWH DENTIST Phenei: Wllaon Bldf. Office 117 Res. 1172 UK. U. I. ltnr.ii DENTIST OOce Sue door Raat of On'arl j Phar njaey on Nevada Avenue, Near R. R. Depot. UNDERTAKING 1 H FARLEY Funeral dlrecto. ud embalmer. Lady Militant. Phone 182-W. OnUrio, Oregon. I I .l NOTICES. NOTICE OF HALE OF ONTARIO- SS IHRH1ATION COMPANY sum k l-OK DEI.INOI KNT AHHEHHMENTH. Notice la hersby given, that 19 V shsres of the capital stock of the On-Urlo-Nyaaa Irrigation company Issued to Oordon It. Houston, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, on the 24th day of July, 1916, at the hour of two o'clock, p m Said sale will be made at the of fice of the secretary of the said com pany In Ontario, Oregon, and made for the purpose of sat...

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. — 29 June 1916

THE BAPTISTS DEDICATE THEIR REMODELED CHURCH N Bargains Bargains Never before were there such bargains in hats as you will find at the Os born Millinery, also a spec ial discount on switches. Osborn Successor to "My Druggist" "My Druggist" il what Wt want uii tti t-all iii .ami if yon give Hi .-in opportunity we will live right up to your expectation! in erery re- :-iift We will st'll you drugi of abaolute purity and J'rrslinrss. STour preteriptionn will be Filled with faithful attitii on to the minuteal detaiL The t"iit't artielea you buy will be the lst monej oan obtain for the prioe, and the prioe will alwa I ' low. Thf rubber goodi we tell are of the beat make and will prove iiniiuntly satist'actun t you. Y will fi'iw you our beal In eTerything, in (dudiug Mrrioe. Everhart Drug Store Standardi Dura sisal, binding twina; quality, length ana strength positively guaranteed; direct from Twine .Mills to consumer; 1J. l-2c '.mil spot cash. This offer b subject to Immediate acceptance....

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. — 6 July 1916

ttfenrt0 v$m. vii,. ao ONTARIO, lU.lllili colAI'V, OKRUOFf, TH1K8DAV, JULV , 1010. NOT (& mt SEVENTEEN MILLION AVAILABLE JOR WAR That Was the Number of Males Listed by Adju tants General. Washington In 1910, when UM Inst HUH wan taken, there were -". 538, 141 mules of available military age In the lulled State. This num ber haii probably Increased to 26, 000,000 In the lust six years The adjutants general In It 15 reported to the mil. tin division that the num ber available wan 17.049.06X Nil sylvanla rank third In number avail able for aervlce -villi 1,1 54, 607. New York la first, with 1,616.609, and llllnnlHHiT.mil with 1.156,072. In 19 1 6 the total strength of the mate militia waa 129,398. Thin num ber has Inereaaed and threatened war Pennsylvania's mllltla atrength In 1915 waa 11,028; that of New York. 16.609; New Jersey, 4472 and Dele war.i, 4 90 Tin- following ihwi by Mates the number of male nvnllahle for mili tary service aa reported In 1915 by Hie adjutant general and...

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. — 6 July 1916

RECALLS THE WAR OF 60 YEARS AGO Colonel Murphy of New York Kn listed As Ko of Fifteen. Nrw York War between the lii,: ed State and MlXleO In 184H hegnn h a result or a skirmish similar to , , ,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,, H(dlng 1.000.000 lh" ' u,,r hy M,,,'1''l"HM,,ullre miles, or 640.000.000 acres to 1 arriHl upon tlic detachment or Ueneral I'ershlng's forces, it was re called hy a veteran of the first Ma lean war. Colonel Charles J Mur phy .who Is the youngest survivor of that conflict. Colonel Murphy was also a staff officer in the Civil war. On June :i he wii . M yeatr old. At 11 la MM In Wet Ninety-third street', ColOMl Murphy, .ominentlng on the fight ' commlsmlnnfr In Kurope of the I'nlt firrlr.il. In which Captain Charles p( HU(l( ,,ppi)r,mpn, f MpfcaRVN T. Iloy.l and Lieutenant Henry II , e ,,,.,, ,,. American relief Adair of troop H. Tenth cavalry, .., ., ,p Umt, ,,r thP KUHHan MM ui.ii.ng the killed, said: fiun'tie In 1SS1. and at th- re.tiest "The news of the first battle In 0f 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. — 6 July 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO pharmacy With Mck 60 rents purchase nnd this coupon you will be entitled to 2.000 VOTES. A ROOSEVELT W giaftaa-v- i i riUn I ill riLAILrU Hans to Offer Wilson 12,000 Men, Himself as General In Event of War. New York, June 28. Theodore Koosevelt Id preparing to offer a llvlHlon of approximately 12,000 men in tin- I'n teuV HtateH govern "ient, accompanied by hi applica tion for a commission hh major general, In the event of war with Mexico, r nil a call by the president fur volunteers, It waa learneil lire t on I k Ii t from authoritative sources. Kluhorate ' plunn have been maile iiletly to recruit the organ xutlon from picked men tl rnunhout the country, anil It In aald that Colonel Koosevelt bus worked out every de tail that would expedite the mohlli xallon of the lane fighting unit. Even the horse and mule necessary re aald to have been pledged. The dlvlalon will consist. It la re ported, of four brig...

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. — 6 July 1916

The Ontario Argus M. E. MAIN, Publisher. Babteriptlea $1.00 a yoar Always in advance ruhlislied Kvery Thursday. Entered in the Post Office at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through the malts bb second class mall matter. MEXICO THK MEMIN. Consider this Mexico Into which we apparently are about to be pro jected with u more ser nua military purpose than that of capturing ban dlts! It Is a territorial area of more than TVttMi siinun- ii,,;. ... bsl seven and eight times the sUe of Oregon Mid ..bout OM fifth thO area of the rmtcl States. The Mexican coast line Is 54h.'l miles In extent There are twelve large rivers In the republic an I too lakes of considerable iiri.i. 1 1 1 tad nlong which are rich alluvial valleys and a wealth of for . iy Ml.l to he unexcelled anywhere In tin world long Its extent of const line Is a littoral of great and varied productiveness of a temperate, a semi-tropical an. I a tropical dime Thl- lilt. 1.1I has an approximate av nt of thirty miles la width, rich...

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. — 6 July 1916

PERSONAL-LOCAL It. N. Stanfleld, the sheep king, wan here Monday. Charles F. Hager hat gone eat to Tlntt with relatives Mm. Oshorn wan up to Boloe Tuesday to visit her rod. Mm. Halph Weaver wan down from Vale for the foutrh. Mm Human wa vlaltlng with Welner frlendH lant Friday. Ieo Schmidt wan here from Vale for a ahorl time on the 4th. Mm. Fry and the children are vie- Ulna- at the Thon Flaer home. The Minnow Cutry were visiting In Nam pa and Home thin week. M. J. Joyce, of Juntura, wa reg istered at the Carter houae this week. Jaraea Duncan came down from Nyaaa Saturday for the Owyhee ditch meeting. C, E. Dodge, the drainage engineer, haa gone to Kmmctt to look over the field thert. Mrs Moody la here from Dlnrk foot, Idaho, visiting with her mother, Mra A. A. Drown. Mra. Paul Cayou came down from Vale Saturday for a ahort vlalt with Ontario friend. Wal'. r iJlinii and Charles Carter shipped five cara of horse eaat on Thursday evening. Arthur llalrd wan railed to Seattle to look af...

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. — 6 July 1916

1 jM It's the uniform unva rying heat of ft good oil stove, and the perfect control, that keeps the juices in that pre serves the savory goodness of the meat and gives that even brownness all over. NEW PERFECTION OIL CGOK-STOVE AH theconvenienceof gai. Cooki everything any -vond or coal rang wilt cook, but Apa your kilchtncool. The long Hue chim neys du away with all BBMBS end emell. In 1, 2, J and 4. burner eiiee, nvena sepaiete. Alao cabinet mtxlele with Fireleaa Cooking Ov en. Aak your dealer today, STANDARD OIL COMPANY WeWkataJ i 'iitMrif For Sale by Ontario Hardware Co. Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Everhart's Albers ('hickfeec. ptr hundred Cash for Poultry Ontdrio Produce G). laUati I umhe-r lu I mm I.I... k. .Sal ., Mm.. I. Hi.lrl For Artesian Or Natural ICE Call up GOLD ST0M6E I he Only Sanit.tr lie in Town 1'honr 157-K EVERY BODY KNOWS IT When You Wear a Tailor Made Suit I'lnrc g u peculiar distinction ill Hie lit and workmanship which puts it in alssi sy It sell, and th...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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