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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 31 August 1916

THUR8DAY, AU0U8T 31, 19 1 TFtK ONTAMO AKfllS PAOE THRU U V REXALL REMEDIES NYALS REMEDIES THE ONTARIO PHARMACY LARGE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL HOOKS, TABLETS, PENS, PENCILS, ETC. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES EVERY BODY KNOWS IT W hen YobWiir a Tailor Made Suit There li peculiar distinction Id the fit att'l workmanship which puta It Id a claaa by It aelf, and the wearer lo a claaa in- himself, with other tailor garbed men. When we make It your mitt la made to fit you, and not a wooden dummy. No two forma re exactly alike, hence do ault patterned after a dummy will give you an exact fit, auch aa you let when we take your In dividual measurements. $20.00 to , $50.00 And anywhere between COPE T,,K TAILOR Opposite 1'oat office Phone 105 W SAYS STATE NEEDS NEW NORMAL SCHOOL I'urtlHiiil wpaier Man Touring; Slate for Initiative HIM for I ".-I., ll.-t. ! Si IiiiiiI. Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Everhart's "What Congress has don concerning a Government Armor ...

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. — 31 August 1916

THURtDAT, AiiiiST II, iftl Va;-: mi HI TUB ONTAIMO AtMJl'R . THE ONTARIO ARGUS (Established 1896) 010. K. AIKEN. Kdltnr and Publisher Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon Mtd entered at the Ontario post office for distribution as 2nd class mattei One yeiir Six Months SUBSCRIPTIONS: 11.00 Three Months .6 Single copies .35 (5 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: All copy for display advertising should be at this office by Wednesday noon. To insurs position copy should be in this office on Tuesday. Id I! Ml .11 CANDIHATKH For president Charles Evans Hughes Vice-President Charles Warren Fairbanks Iteprcsetitatlve in congress N. J. Innott. Secretary of State nan W Olcott. Justice of the Supreme Court Ocorge II tlurnett. Prank A. Moore. Hairy and food commlaaloner - -John li M Icicle. Commissioner of public service -M II. Corny. Htiilf aenator Julien A. Hurley. Heprcsentntlve--Charles M. Cran- lllatrlrt Attorney Holier", M. Dun in. tariff ateory "ole. -innity Clerk V II. Staplea. County assessor !. E...

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. — 31 August 1916

T TiirusiuY, A.rc.rsi 11, ia:c TMP; ONTARIO AROUB PAGE FIVPI The Week With Ontario Citizens Mm. I. Miliar of HuriiH mix In Ontario Monday. K. llilvrii of liriii;i " nn On tarlo visitor on Monday. W. W. Hoam of NyHB In On tario on bwtMM Monday. Mrfi I). T. Menntor Man te-n tiulte III during the paat week. Ulrl twIiiB wore born to Mr. and Mm. lot I'artpr of Juntura. K 'H Itannpy of Fruit land was an Ontario visitor lat Saturday. M. L Uoodwln of Hrogan register ed at the Moore on Tuesday. Mr 0. 0 Griffith of BurnH win rjM.ra tli Moore Monday. U O. Willis of Hrogan was In On tario on bualneaa laat Saturday. Mi Nellie Jono of Juntura came down to Ontario Saturday to hop A daughter w born to Mr. and Mr. W. . Beamgerd laat Thursday Mr and Mra. Charles Kenyon of Welser motored to Ontario Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. P. E. Edward of Vale stopped In Ontario lat Satur day. W. A. Crook, accompanied by hi daugliti-r, Maxlme, i a Vale visit or Monday. Mr and Mr. V. T. Hunt of the IronnldeM country were ...

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. — 31 August 1916

TIUItSDAY. AIOIST II, 1916 PAOK SIX T1IK ONTARIO AKUl'd Range and Alfalfa Land at reasonable prices and on 10 year terms Stockmen should get in while the getting is good. We have sold 98 sections during the last 90 days Oregon Western Colonization Company A. W. TROW, Ajrcnt ONTARIO, OREGON WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND? THIS BANK, OF COURSE It Horvcs you vn il.iy in tli year by caring for your moot , i in vcwy pnvrntiiijr its being lost. r Uttered away. Ft n..t only doee this, bin it peyi jron for the priTilege of doing so by paying five per lit Interest on your time deposits. It gtres yon tin- free benefit of expert advice mi am inbjeet Involving the use or osjuiling of IIHilH'V . it will loan you money at any time on ap proved security, ami aid yuu in its Investment and ailvisi' you in its nantgriiii'iit, if ymi so dr sirc. It will aid you in many other ways it' you will sire it the opport unity, v invite you to open an sooount ami beoome a regular patron, ami pay your hills by check. I...

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. — 31 August 1916

T THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1816 THB ONTARIO AROUB PAOK SEVEN Get in Touch With the Man Who Has Wants Through the Argus Classified Columns Classified Advertising A column that gets results for the buyer as well as those who have goods for sale. Five cents per line per insertion Phone 49 J FOR HALF. FOR SALE Twm geldings, U50 lbs each, good worker, harness and buggy. Inqnire Oimuu """"f Co., Ontario. Or. tf FOR SALE 3 acres within one mile city school and post office. Highly Improved. Large and smsll (rait of all klnda, 1 aero Italian prunes. All fenced with hog and chicken wire, all room houee. deep well. Ineulre bog 807, Ontario. Oregon. 32tf Modem five-room bungalow, beat residence aectlon In the city, aaphalt pavement and all Improvementa 12700 00, half caah. balance eaay. All caah 82500.00. Muat leave ac count of health. Chaa. Lowry. MarahfMd. Ore. 32-28 Pord for ale 8188.00, newly painted and overhauled, good run lag condition. Inquire at Argaa. ed Mr B. F Parmer of Vale will FOR BA...

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. — 31 August 1916

THE ONTARIO AROl'8 THURSDAY, AttOUST 31, 191 Opening at the Millinery & Art Store SATURDAY, SEPT. 2 The Public is most cordiully invited. Remember our motte: "(uick Sales and Small Prolits." i ' HULL & Moore Hotel Block Spend the Evening in Dreamland Where the Pictures Please The offerings for the com ing week can not be Surpassed LOOK THEM OVER Saturday, Sep. 2 Blanche Ring America's Favorite In her great stage success "TheYankeeGirV Monday, Sep. 4 William Fox presents the Inimitable Vampire Theda Bara, in "Destruction" V i rvalhlesH play Ut'minjr drum alii- set-no. Wednesday, Sep. ( Introducing Geraldine Farrar In : pel i production of "Carmen' The picturiation of the opera thru which Miss Far i tlcctriticd New York lust season. See these great pictures at Dreamland AWiii Ni mi i to PATMOMH ok MAI. lit i i; HOM in o. r September 1 the ii'di'iii't of . u collector la mui bbj went fur ItlBBBMB crvtcc will be ill- ii Bl iiiii-d Ml imn will Im ui.ii- ill On- ! !- of tilt' comp...

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 September 1916

niwcw VOL. JM ONTAKIO. MALHKl H COUNTY, UHOUN, TOURS DA V, SKITKMBKK 7, 1010 MMIIIII MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR TO BE BIGGER THAN EVER & &tm. mtt BIGGER EVERY DAY nUVVMM UNHERALDED HELD to hihi'KIsi-: (now us that will 4TTEED hiiowh. GREATEST CARNIVALS SHOWN Addition of Malheur Count) I'alr lo Km log (In lilt Insures spcctacu lar llacea lllg Attendance l-l I ! ImmIimI. CrowdlnK upon each other o fait II,., i Um fair authorities are alinoHt Mwauipcd the lint of exhllilta to be , nt the Malheur County Kalr, . ,i. -hiIiit l!t to 22 already urpne nnvihing the fair association haa known Tlio Hat of x li I lt I m now In the lumdx of the ofrieliila insures th" lurg. t and iiiohI varied exhibition 'it Hinged In Enateru orogoa. im. . of UM feature of Um grow Inn Hat of dlaphiys la the wide vari ety of ofrerlng and UM territory oororod h ti ihlbtton riant i OOiat l the latent section heard troiii iiml It la iisNiired thm I In- grout interior county will he r i i ,-.- 1 1 1 1 by a wonderful e...

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 September 1916

PACK TWO TWB ONTARIO ARQU8 THURSDAY. BEPTEMBKR 7, 1919 ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FROM THE COMMUNITIES ABOUT ONTARIO JORDAN V.M.I.KV. (Prom On- kyflH.) Miss Jones, a gueit t llM Skinner home for several weeks, left Thurs day morning for Drewney, In Harm county where she will teach this fall And winter. Mr and Mm Kohout and family. Mian HtuPticI and Mr. (lain visited Mr. and Mm Kill at thf Gd)conda MM '"' a"nAmr MIm Stoeuel re mained at the camp for her vacation Mlae Amy and Alice McDonnell are expected tomorrow from their home on the Owyhee, the former to go to I'ocatello, where Hhe haa a po altlon in the city schools, and the lat ter to her school on lower Cow creek. A portion of the machinery for the Dlackaby company's new elevator hai arrived. Pete MacDonald, teamster for the Clrcle-llar ranch, came In Sunday af ter a load of iiuppllet. li J. Maloney the Irish mining king of Mill croek, South mountain, wrm In thin week after supplies. Mr nnd Mm. Harry l-ooney return cd last Saturd...

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 September 1916

T V "rHTUSDAY, 8EPTEMHEU 7, 1 0 1 fl i THE ONTARIO AWll'fl PA'. THHEE REXALL REMEDIES NYALS REMEDIES THE ONTARIO PHARMACY LARGE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL BOOKS, TABLETS, PENS, PENCILS, ETC. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES EVERY BODY KNOWS IT W hen YoiiWtar Tailor Made Suit There U a peculiar distinction In the fit and workmanship which puta II In a claaa by it aalf, and the wearer In a claaa y himself, with other tailor garbed men. When we make It your ault la made to fit you, and not a wooden dummy. No two forma are exactly alike, hence no ault patterned aftnr a dummy will give you an exact fit, auch aa you get when we take your In dividual meaaurementa. $20.00 to , $50.00 And anywhere between COPE THE TAI'()R Opposite i'ostoffli I'hine 105 W LIFE IN JORDAN VALLEY TODAY 1$ NOT IN IT WITH OLDEN DAYS Wm. F. Schuabel in Jordan Valley Express Draws Vivid Picture Comparing Past With Present. Recalls Old Time Dances. Expert Service Reasonable Charges and The ki...

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 September 1916

THURSDAY, BBPTEWBHR T, If Iff THE ONTARIO ARGUS (Established 1896) First Showing of Millinery, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Dress Goods Something new coming in every day and placed on display. Let BOYER BROS. & CO. help outfit the boys and girls now, with the right kind of clothes for school. MO K. AIKKN. Kditor and Publisher Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon nnd entered at the Ontario post office for distribution as 2nd class matter SUBSCRIPTIONS: $1.00 Three Months .60 Single copies One year Six Months $ .35 .05 the Ontario arqus NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: AH copy for dispiay tdvartklng iboold be at this office by Wednesday noon. To insure position copy should be in this office on Tuesday. RKPl'MJCAN ('ANDIDATRH: For president Marlon Evans Hughe. Vic President -Charlea Warren Fairbanks Representative In congress N. J. Innott. Secretary of Stale Ben W. Olcott. Justice of the Supreme Court George II. Ilurnett, Frank A. Moore Dairy and food commissioner John I) Mlckle. Commission...

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 September 1916

' THUR8DAY, HKPTKMrtlCR 7. lfl TUB ONTARIO AROUB PAGE riVIB ATTENTION LADIES ATTENTION The season for Fall and Winter Suits, Coats, Skirts, etc., is now here and our Big Store is filled with new stuff of the latest patterns and fabrics from the best manufacturers in the East. Now is the time to select your garments before they are picked over. We anticipated an advance in prices on all lines of merchandise, and placed our orders early and with manufacturers that we could depend up on for deliveries. In this we were fortunate for today our Ready to Wear Department is full of New Suits, Coats, etc.. and shipments arriving daily. You will not get the best it you don't see our stock before buying your fall stuff. SUCCESSOR TO W. T LAMPHIN S CASH STORE W. A. FULKERSON SIHCKSSOK TO W. T. I.AMPKINS (ASH 8TOEK E The Week With Ontario Citizens Mm Joe Carter returned to her home In Jiintura on Wedneaday. A baby hoy waa born to Mr. and Mra. William Raver on Wednesday Albert Moody, who haa been...

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 September 1916

TUB ONTAtllO AHGl'S TIHUflDAY, HKI'THMHKIl 1111 PAOK SIX Range and Alfalfa Land at reasonable prices and on 10 year terms Stockmen should get in while the getting is good. We have sold 98 sections during the if an days Oregon Western Colonization Company A. W. TROW, Agent ONTARIO, OREGON WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND? THIS BANK, OF COURSE It MffW you rvery day in the year by caring for your money, thereby preTentilUJ itl being lost Of frittered away. It not only dOM this, but it pays you for the privilege of doing so by paying five ptT eent iBMIWl on your time deposits. It wives you the free benefit of expert advice on any siiliject involving the use or handling of money. It will loan you money at any time on ap proved security, and aid yon in its in cNtincnt and advise you in Itl management, if yon so de sire. It will aid yon in many other ways if you will ghra it the opportunity! W'r invite you to open an account and become a regular patron, and pay your bills by check. 1 1 the modern b...

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. — 7 September 1916

t V THURSDAY. SRPTKMnRR 7, 1916 THB ONTARIO AROIIS PAOB SEVEN Get in Touch With the Man Who Has Wants Through the Argus Classified Columns Classified Advertising A column that gets results for the buyer as well as those who have goods for sale. Five cents per line per insertion Phone 49 J FOR HAIJC ELHBHTA PEACHES. WO U. r'.J? nomhr 12th to JOth. Orchard one-half mile above Brogan on main road, or send us jour orders. O. W. Voak, Brogan 26-37 POR SALE Registered Shrop shire rama, thirty lambs and lxty flve yearling In prima condition. II J. Cortur, Payatta, Ida. POR SALE -Team gelding. 11(0 Iba. each, good worker, harne and buggy. Inquire Oregon Packing Co.. Ontario. Or. tf FOR SALE 3 acrea within one mile city achool and pout office. Highly Improved. Large and smsll frnit of all klada, 1 acre Italian prune. All fenced with hog and oblcken wire, all room house, deep well. Inquire box 607, Ontario, Oregon. 32tf Ford for aale $185 00, newly painted and overhauled, good run nlng condit...

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. — 7 September 1916

THURSDAY, 8EPTKMHKR 7. 111! FIRE SALE! FIRE SALE! TUB ONTARIO ARQUfl I STARTS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th CASH BAZAAR DREAMLAND 'THE HOUSE OF MANY FEATURES" Saturday, September 9 Hazil Dawn In an absorbing Dictturfntion of THE MASQUERADERS Monday, September 11 Robert 11. Man till in "The Green Eyed Monster" Wednesday, September 13 Maraucritc (lark in STILL WATERS A quaint comedy mingled with delightful romance who in the opinion of many movie fan In their favorite actress will be Been In a compelling little comed drama. "Still Watere." In "Still V litem" a novel story of rlrcus and rural life, lis MUI BaT nurd Helium, i In' il.iinly Marguerite i lurk renders one of the most ef i.'iiiw cluiraclerlzntlonH of her en ure motion plriiiri- MfMf lli-gln mug an a ilialnt comedy with u ver lellKhtfnl roiniiiice. l In' story grail unity developN Into a thrilling ilraniu. which reuchei n tremendous climatic degree of power In the mm Bl e la, the girl ImpiTHiiniited bj MI--Ctarki from n burly elfWl...

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 September 1916

STAGE SET FOR MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR OPENING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 -BE THERE tihttettf oVI'.lltlo. lAI.IIMi: CXHJNTY. tlKlXMM. TH I'llNDA Y. HKPTKMHKIl 14, IUMI Nl Mil Kit m voi-. an m tmz. BOND BUYERS VIEW WARMSPRINCS LAND MI.IMULMI AND VTA II CAPITAL IST WITH KNUINKKK () KH I'IKUIXT. Mr FAVORABLY IMPRESSED Man Inquiries Being IVerelvcsl From Prospective Porcliasem of Hecuri-II.-. Mitli...li U Fmnibtlng Under the guidance of Mr. A. W. Trow a group of California and UUh capitalists viewed the entire Warnisprlngs Irrigation Project Tuesday nil Wednesday. In the party were: F. J. Kleeel of Olden. George Neb or Sen Francisco. It lUnmiino of Oakland. Oeo. W. Pel tier of Bacramento and K. O Hopson of Portland, former government en gineer who previously reported fav orably on the project for his clients. The party of bond buyera came here to confirm Mr llopaon ' report and to got first hand Information on which to determine whether or not they will bid on the bonds Following their examinatio...

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 September 1916

TUB ONTARIO AROUfl THlTHflPAY. BKPTKMHER 14, 19U la M aa PAOK TWO ONTARIO'S HRST MONTHLY I HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS, CHICKENS, FARM MACHINERY, HARNESS," Why Broadway Suits and Overcoats? There's Not a Possible Argument Against Broadway Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men W7 Boy's Knicker 2-Pant SUITS Our boys' department is a mighty pooular one, and we're showing the very new models for the little fel lows in itrgn and fancies. $5, $6 and $7.50 The Suit Vr OL $15.00 There is every reasonble argument in favor of Broadway. In compar ison with a year ago tliare is at least $2.50 additional cost in mater ials, linings and make. Broadway has a standard. This standard we are bound to maintain, profit or no profit. We have maintained the price of $15, season in and season out never more, never less. Tin Brand Broadway insures the quali ty. We insure the price. There fore A 1916 Broadway Suit or Overcoat at $15.00 Means at Least $2.50 More for Your Money Than Ever Before ALL WOOL F...

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 September 1916

I ' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, UT6 THE ONTARIO ARGUB VASE THRER THE ONTARIO ARGUS It isn't Hie star and ii isrv'i (Established 1896) 308 X YES IS A VOTE FOR YOUR CHILDREN JL--w ftSJIUJr- J.JL Jl9JLJLWJUWCMJLMaX- GEO. K. AIKEN, Editor and Publisher Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon nnd entered at the Ontario post office for distribution as 2nd class matter SUBSCRIPTIONS: SQUARE DEAL FOE EASTERN PEE COW If ymi an- In furor of a square deal for the munirv F'aat of the Caa. a.l.'a vmi will rota for and work for THE PROPOSED KA STERN OREGON RTATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT PKNDLKTON. OHKOON. Oregon haa but our Normal School. This school la located at Monmouth and la not able to itipply mora than TEN PER CENT of tha l-a.ti.ru r qulrad In tha pnbll- achoola of Oragon. Of tha mora than all thouaand taachara Id our public achoola. BI'T IS PRR CENT ar graduate, of Nor mal Hchoola. It la a matter of almpla Jimthe to tha country Eaat of tha Caacadaa to la'uiiali a Nunsa! School Eaat of tha mountain to ...

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 September 1916

THURSDAY, BBPTEMBBH M. imn TIIK ONTARIO AHC.rs TllfHSDAY. SKl'TKMBER 14. 19l in. .r: rr-; " -:" -fc- P J SATURDAY -.. THP1 ONTARIO AIIOUR FIRST Mfllini li 9ktk MX Uii & iUUU y SEPTEMBER LIST WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL AND GET THE CASH SALE STARTS AT 40 A. M. LEAVE LIVESTOCK AT THE MOORE STABLE ON OREGON STREET FANCY BOX CANDIES THE ONTARIO PHARMACY ICK CREAM AND SODA WATKR , y;; h This Vacancy Unfilled in Your Wardrobe Pile fabrics always so dear to royalty have come back into popu larity with a great bourn l, nd the woman of taste and discretion insists this season upon having in her wardrobe at least one coat of Velour, Plush or similar materia!. Wt were fortunate in MCUring for our stock these especially be witching Velour and Reindeer cloth models so soft ami rich to tin eye so luxurious to the touch so .graceful and faithfully hitting. NOTK the trimmings and other style touches in the models illus trated. Plus Inn, Reindeer Cloth, Velcurr, V.'rt'ta, prices $17.50 to $35 THE CO A...

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. — 14 September 1916

PACE SIX TUB ONTARIO AKOUS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 191B f Confidential Your neighbor knows nothing about your business at this Bank. Fvery transaction is held in strict confidence. Your business is solicited on the basis of prc.rr.pt. COQftCOU! treatment o n H nhnnlute safety. First National Bank Ontario, Oregon Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 " A GOOD BANK IN A GOOD COUNTRY " " Range and Alfalfa Land at reasonable prices and on 10 year terms Stockmen should get in while the getting is good. We have sold 98 sections during the last 90 days Oregon Western Colonization Company A. W. TROW, Agent WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND? THIS BANK, OF COURSE It M'l'vcs yon cvnv day ill tlif car liv caring for out money, thereby preventing its being lost or frittered away. It not only docs this, hut it pays you for the privilege of doing eo hy paying five per cent interest on yur time deposits. , It givei you the free benefit of expert advice on ally suhjeet Involving the use ir handling of money. It will...

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 September 1916

'THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER H, 1U THE ONTARIO AROU0 PAGE flEVKM ' B ADERS' DAT SATURDAY ftft SEPTEMBER U& AGONS, BUGGIES, FURNITURE, ETC., TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION Ees les have Ibut are ill that i first Ipt. 23. sed are lanmials red that ipresent ill be in m three weight 100 lbs. ild, wgt. 1400 lbs. horses irs old, lid, 1400 L e years d, 1400 ar old, Bar old, gs! sow, '. boar emany Kalheur So the Are the to give pern at ranted jBeMal Be been jp main od re t and rning 0 AM BE fREET I, Auct Mgr. llEi SI 1SP9P uupjpjiiiijtiti i ! 'iliUlHU Jjta mkc - - tlnHilff PVWMwl iff II IVn-'jLjJjjl I ffSjH t, a ii 'I " A lW!lifU U Facts About the Cole's Hot Blast Heaters The anahsis of snt't ooali shows thiii they contain, 1 1 an Average of I I per - 1 1 f gas, This large peroent of gas is the best half of the fuel and it is all utiliaed by dole's Patent ed Tup lint Blast, thus producing twice the heat and n guaranteed sav in.' of one third In fuel over any und erdrafl stove or leaky imitation bo...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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