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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 14 September 1916

THB ONTARIO ARGUS PAOK F.IOHT FALL OPENING, SEPT. 15th TO 25th JUr ONTARIO V DKIWItTMFNT Vlcltl Hundreds of women await with interest the new arrivals of Fas hion's latest styles and patterns. This canter of Ontario's shop ping activity is truly its Fashion Center. We want you to visiC this wonderful showing of New Fall apparel. See the smart new Millinry, the handsome New Fall Suits, the Newest Creations in Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Collars, Corsets, Gloves, Dress Goods and New Fur Trimmings during this opening and we invite you to make our store your down town headquarters during the Big Malheur County Fair. Jm ONTARIO W IIKPAIITMKNT HTOHK HPKND HI Xll.W Willi nil KOI.KS. They'll he Kind to nee nu Hale far excumlohs every Sunday AIo low rate Saturdays to Monday flro O. 8 I.. agents for detail. dinner In the building- opposite thn Dreamland theatre every day during the Fair. Remember the place, adv Tin- Indies aid Of Hi" Coi tlonal fliuri'li will nerve hot chicken FOIl SAI.K ...

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 September 1916

c5Ljas.rk !'-'"' -- , vnvwn otreei llt tront of Moore stahh Iieginningat 10a m 4 tBnkxvw Wn& &t$m. km -" xT.mo. malum u oovimr, ornoom, thikmdav, tmTtt REAT PROGRAM IN STORE FOR TODAY'S FAIR VISITORS ECORDS FOR CROWD AND SPEED WILT, an Tnnav TO TO BE ON TAP AT TRACK I m am mm r 1 FEATURE OE SECOND DAY COUNTY SEAT CITY AND ITS ENVIRONS SEND DOWN LARGE CROWD YESTERDAY AFTERNOON FEATURE CARD ECORD CROWD IS LOOKED FORTHURSDAY USUALLY DIGGEST DAY IN ATTENDANCE ICE FOLLOWERS THINK RECORDS WILL GO liny of the Entries Nominated Have Travelled Several Seconds Faster Than Harold Welcome Did on Monday Afternoon. (lie race program to be fee,- I thin afternoon will furnish per- of I In- highest class In the M of officials expressed last it Mstiy of the horses entered t:IO pace have traveled feeler Hsrold Welcome did on Mon- lliil vmiIi thin record hreiiber i out It get head line there la I'" In !'' many a rant brush at of every heat. i following are the homos en fur III.- event 'I'll II ...

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. — 21 September 1916

THPR8DAT. 8BPTKm ., TtlH ONTARIO AROUfl PACK TWO ELECTRIC DISPLAY AS OUR CUSTOMERS PROSPER WE GROW Your Fair ' Week' Program IS Idaho lowr dompanr Hhow PuMf How to Make Ufa Worth Uvlng By Rrdorliuf lhor. - 'III " . Should Include a Visit to Alexander's Ontario', Largest Clothing Store For MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS I Deposits September 12, 1912 Deposits September 12, 1914 Deposits September 12, 1916 $169,219.77 189,183.48 350,081 80 'WE GIVE SERVICE THAT SERVES" Ontario National Bank Experienced officials are worth money to Mai heur County Taxpayers VOTE FOR VIRGIL B. STAPLES Republican Nominee for COUNTY CLERK Eighten Years Business Experience in Malheur County For an economical administration of public business i VOTE FOR C. C. MUELLER Republican Nominee COUNTY TREASURER VALE OREGON VOTE FOR R. W. SWAGLER Candidate for DISTRICT ATTORNEY Considers a public office a position of trust There In nno booth at the Fair that all the women atop to vlalt It la llM electric booth of the Idaho P...

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. — 21 September 1916

BgpAY, BBPTKMPEn 21, 181 Till TUB ONTARIO AUCIlfl pa;k tiikkr GEM STATE FAIR TO FIVE FULL DAS ITS A SAFE BET i .. i n, Baaaaaaaasssjaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa-sssss- WHILE you are at the Fair remember that we want your business ami will guarantee to save you money. Look us over as we have bargains in all lines. Malheur Mercantile Company Ford Garage Oil, Gas. Tires, Supplies FORD SERVICE IT CANT BE BEATEN Ford Garage ONTARIO OBGON After Malheur Co. Fair Attend The Idaho State Fair CALDWELLOCT. 2,3.4,5,6 Get a premium list from AMOS J. MILLER, MANAGER Caldwell, - Idaho Excursion Rates on Railroad Roads are Good for your Auto Come Over imm.-n.ltiK TuewUy, Heptenilier Twenty. HlUh, KnillnR Mat unlay, H.-p(etnlKr Thirtieth itt Hol- ae, Idaho. In offering Hi.. ,.,.,, nil nnlverBnry f Him Institution to the people of Iilul.o, m believe tri0 cumlnatlon of noathi ..f gftefti ui prove the beat balanced event of Iti kluil since the im .ption of State fairs In Idaho. planned unil prewired, in co opera t...

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. — 21 September 1916

TH ONTARIO AROOH THimflDAT 2!li THE ONTARIO ARGUS (Established 1896) poslble the producer by making po slble the consumer It Invents cap! tal In order to employ labor. In this war what help the consumer will not hurt the producer " Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon and entered at the Ontario post office for distribution as 2nd class matter i. Mi HklV KHitor and - .-. -- . a . -.mstive i.iiieu. 01 .w - chusett. haa Battled the postmaster genersl with hia speech made on the floor of the houae. In which he point cd out the raid made on the rural carrlera by the present administra tion He tated that through a pro position to motorlse the route, hnn dred of old carriers, nnder civil ervlce. had been thrown out of Jobs 'and their places filled by democrats I and that thlw branch of the postal I service had been ilemorallied. Its ef- All codv fT displav advertising should be at this office by' fluency greatly impaired, by this m- One year Six Months SUBSCRIPTIONS: $1.00 Three Months ....

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 September 1916

r, aKPTKMnpsn si. 111$ TWB ONTAniO AROT7B paob nvi hie Week With Ontario Citizens dart' "y. HMltV. Hapt. IS. yulkeraon was a visiter to , ofer Sunday. i' Ilohna wan on of the ilnltorn on Wednesday j . . . mm s - t tl Bn,jr ami Wirn v.. rxiu... down riQIll Vuli'iUl W' the .. ..I Ifalbta -- .. (,,,) I'SUI, aiy) Will " " itrlw on (he etreela here yea- ,d Mr II B. Young of Vale down to hoc the night Id On- I n'f nitMila v. m,r Robert Duncan WH a trDt member of the Vale dele , (o the Fair. ,,! Mm. It Q. Wheeler of irrf noted among the alcana i fur Wednesday. knjwter oiid Mrs J P. Hous- Vala witnessed the events at oiltlon yesterday. lit In In Fair visitor, having to Ontario the laat of the on Jordan Valley. SiiIoh of the M F Co . ae- iinl hv Mrs Btllns caiue down (tie K.ilr Wednesday. nirrh of Koawcll arrived Id luodiy with a shipment of hogs rniereii at the Fair. Klrkpatrlck Of Parma, brot fihll'H of hogs to compete krfinn'K lieat for honors at the IIm Cupel, who recently nold ! at Vale...

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 September 1916

BRPTEH, TUB ONTAUIO A ROUS lt 21 pauk six Fall Opening September 18th to 25tH Ontario's most impressively lovely showing of Kail Apparel. We want you to visit this wonderful showing of New I' all Apparel. TlirHSHAY . Pure Bred I Improved Chester White... H 0 G S Some Sinnittchell Hoars, 5 months old. Some open Gilts. Aho 2 bred Oflff At the right price. W. H. TUNNEY, OWNER At the Oregon Packing Co. m ONTARIO m& DKPAKTMKNT HTOUK See the smart New Millinery, the handsome New Fall Suits, the newest creations in Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, Collars, Corsets, Gloves, Dress Goods and New Fur Trimmings, Shoes, Men's and Boys' Clothing, du ring the Fair, and we invite you to make our store your down-town headquarters. Jm onurio ILM iWL OP CON J I d DKI'iltTMKIT mxiHK Oregon Short Line R. R. Special Excursion TO IDAHO STATE FAIR, BOISE Saturday, Sept. 30, is Officially Des ignated as Eastern Oregon Day Join the crowd and represent Eastern Oyeon at the Idaho Exhibition and enjoy an out...

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. — 21 September 1916

, . ggfeBPAY, aKPTEMBRR tl. Ill 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 i 1 A. fJ J during me nxai w uayo Iregon Western olonization Company W. TROW, Afent ONTARIO, OREGON PE 0SB0RN MILLINERY Fall Fashion Display Begins September 7 H.4r ?(,,- (inborn Millinery Store. Ladies wishing individual and unusual hat.s will find then hen. tar collection of ornament, aitfiTtts, l'an.v Vathiis and flowers BOW ready for your iiisjK'C tioii at our wll known popular prints. UrGoOM Ottl Flowers THE 0SB0RN MILLINERY Succetaor to Grove & Riley VHE UNIVERSAL NSTRUMENT Tbirty years ago the telephone wti luxtry. Today, rott poreonal Initiative aud private enterprise, llhai become easily within the reach of everybody. Where ace a bust- Is bad but one telephone with n limited talking aage, today buitaeea baa service with n range three quartei of a conll- b! bread, and every branch of every busineaa la ...

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. — 21 September 1916

THl'KSIiAY, SRI'TRMtlKU It, 191fi HLi V jt . jBC8rTfS?Bt r- i i - " The GenuincCriinal Round Look for the Earmarks If you will look closely you will have no difficulty in dis covering the original. It al ways has the name "Round Oak" on the leg. The Ash Pit is a seamless one-piece con struction. The Fire Pot is double, and the cold rolled refine I Boiler Iron Body is extra heavy. There are so many advantages in the Genuine that we want you to call at our store and see for yourself. Sold Only by McNULTY & CO. pAY a visit to Ontar io's Biggest Grocery. Get our prices before you buy the Fall Supplies. We will vsave you money. Wilson THK GROCERS Vale Hot Springs SANITARIUM VALE, OREGON Board, Rooms and Baths. Massage, Diet, Rest RHEUMATISM OUR SPECIALTY DR. THOS. W. THURSTON, Superintendent The First-Born Oak Is Still Supreme Brothers THE ONTAHIO AIUIUS FLEETING PROSPERITY IS FOOL'S PARADISE Don't Let Smoke From Munition Factories Cloud Your Brain With Belief It's Abiding. PROTECTIO...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 September 1916

-w She tttot0 r$w I VOL TRADERS DAY HAS AUSPICOUS OPENING rHlBTV-HVK HOIU4KH, COWH.mb mis( 1:1 i.wtoi s i.iMHh SOLI) HATt'ltlKi. SECOND SALE DAY OCTOBER 28 Man) aMMM Cnine ' Invest liite IT.H.-a-ilUiK" "! DMtaNd lalOa II, hi of I omltiK AkmIii. tmtario nrm i ruiicrn iy nam MJl held t tlin Muuro HluhloH Iwl Saturday afternoon wan a real nines.. With the nale of nearly worth of norm, cattle, pig. iii.I inincelliincoua kooiIh un auaptc- out atari toward a permanent Inntl- luiinii huh made. iiinripnl item In the total wan : homes In all thore were ,i i head Hold and then will, MtUi , I MJl gve the llventotk-lhi. IiIk end of Hie reaulta. At the next Male Hen) will bo even lawr MUROM i. for no aatlnfled with the man i .r in wliU'll the Hrtlf win riiiuliirH'il. rri mini) Hkeptlra wlm rami' Just to nr wluif waa done, thai tiiey voltm inKi'd the information that tlu mil. I In. hark for the next one i.'l OOOHJO WatiTH of WoisOT wua Ibe guitloueer The hui- ill. I mil urt until one p in for nea...

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. — 28 September 1916

PAOK TWO THH ONTARIO AUOTIB THURSDAY, 8KPT. 28, 1918 BRING THE CHILDREN m Special Attention is given to the comfort of Ladies and Children. Polite and atten tive ushers are always with Cooper Bros. Shows Parents can Send the Little Ones with a feeling of per fect safety. MAN and MONKEY That man and monkey are closely allied finds many new fupporters among visitors to COOPER BROS. SHOWS ONTARIO FRIDAY a OCTOBER U EVERY BODY KNOWS IT Inn YouW car n Tailor Made Suit There i I peculiar illhtlinlliiii in the ix umi works i wliii h ,iii it 111 .1 i l.i -i. liy II- k.'H. Hii'i tii'- mm in a ! by lili.melf, Willi other ballot ii Win II v.o ll:;il..' it .ilir HUlt Im made In III ii, umi not a wooden dummy. No two tofBM inn cxaclh alike. Inner no Hillt patterned uftOI u il II 111 111 will give you hii exact fit, audi you Kit wlioii n take wiur in dividual HiPUHuremeuU. $20.00 to . $50.00 And aiwhrr between COPE THE TA,,()K OupoMte I'.i-tolli. . I'h'inr 105 W Pure Bred Improved Chester White.....

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. — 28 September 1916

THE ONTARIO Aliens PACK TIIHF.F. REXALL REMEDIES NYALS REMEDIES THE ONTARIO PHARMACY vWMUMM aam LARGE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL HOOKS, TABLETS, PENS, PENCILS, ETC. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES THURSDAY, SEI'T. 28, 1916 - fc WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND? THIS BANK, OF .COURSE It serves you every tiny in tlie e;ir by cariiiir. for your money, thereby preventing its being lost or Uttered ewey, It not only does tliis, but it pays you for the privilege f doing by paying five per eelii iliit'ivst (ill VolM' tilllC deposits. It glvee you the free benefit r expert edviee on eny subject involving the use or nradlingof money. It will loan you money at any time mi ap proved security, and aid you in its Investment and advise you in its management, if you so de sire. It ;ill aid you in many other ways if jroij will give it the opportunity. We invite you to open an Booounf rad beeome a regular patron, and pay your lulls liy check. It is the modern business way, and it is ...

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. — 28 September 1916

THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 191H TACK KM I'll THE ONTARIO ARCH'S THE ONTARIO ARGUS ( Established 1886) t.KO. K. AIKKN, Kditor and Publisher Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon nnd entered at the Ontario post offlct for distribution as 2nd class matter One year Six Months SUBSCRIPTIONS: $1.00 Three Months .6 Single copies $ .86 06 that tin mnri they argue politics or ((inimunlly advantages with Is "a pretty Reed follow." To foster hucIi a feeling is a mighty i-ii(l thing for any romiiiiiiiily. It makes lilo more woith the li vine and ll.nl a ft or nil lu I Iw. i.rlmn mnllvn tnr ! bofofe It IB (Wllllll IbIi(I OYPn aH , government, and tlio agencies con nected directly and Indirectly with It. WAS LABOR OOIiDBlUOKRDT Tim legislation which Mr. WllsOB has ho wrongly called the "eight hour-a-day" Mil will undouhtcdlv liavn to run the gauntlet of I h rom i I "basic" principle In railroad employ ment. If the, measure la held to be constitutional, thorn will yet remain Now (hat tho 1910 fair la pu...

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. — 28 September 1916

THURSDAY, HRPT. 2, 11 TUB ONTARIO A ROUS PAOE FIVE A Distinctive Reason What is the chief reason for the superi ority of Royal Baking Powder ? There are several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Royal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO New York The Week With Ontario Citizens L. B. Tetera vrnl to Welaer Thurs day. CfiirRii V Nesblt of Welser took In ih- fair Friday. Attorney W. K. I.w was In Va1 on business Tueaday. .In line anil Mm Kins were Welser visitor oo Thuraday. Minn Maude llrosnan attended tha Winer carnival Thursday. Sheriff Hen llrown of Vale wan In Ontario on business Monday. V. T. Dlnsmao of the St. Paul tracta waa In town on Tueada...

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 September 1916

THE ONTAIUO AIMiUS TIII'HSDAY, flEi'T 28, I I i T'AiiK 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 last 90 days Oregon Western Colonization Company A. W. TROW, AKent ONTARIO OREGON THE 05B0RN MILLINERY Fall Fashion Display Begins September 7 At theOsbora Milliner; Store. Ladies wishing individual and unusual bata will rind them here. Our collection of ornaments, aigretts, fsiicj f( athen and Qowen now ready for your inspeo tion :it our wll known popular prices. Hair Qoodi 'nt Ploweri THE 0SB0RN MILL NERY Successor to Grave & Riley THE UNIVERSAL INSTRUMENT Thirty JWI lieu tlin telephone ., . it luxury. Today, through personal i ii 1 1 1 .i 1 1 e uiiil i.ipii . II :. , !. on.e ii ecu ity within tin- raaah . . f .i.nl.o.ii Where, once i im i i i..ul hut one teluphonu iilth a lluilteil lulkliiK MM '"Jay ii.ii huslneaa lias service, wiiii u range Uireo-quartMrs of a cotiti 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. — 28 September 1916

TMP1 ONTARIO AROTIS PAGE 8RVKN Get in Touch With the Man Who Has Wants Through the Argus Classified Columns THURSDAY, 8KPT. 28, If 6 Classified Advertising A column that gftl results for the buyer as well M those who have goods for sale. Five cents per line per insertion Phone 49 .1 I OH KM. I Hill SALE I!. .1111. 1 (Ink houtliig tOVO, Ullliosl in" Drown. W v It! for sale Registered Bhroi Hlilri. niniH, thirty lamb and sixty five yearlings In prime condition. II J. Cortur, Payette, Ida. FOR SAI.R Tcom Holding. 1150 Hi- each, Reed workers, harness and li unity Inqulro Oregon Parking Co., Ontario, Op. tf APPI.K8 FOR SAt.F. Jonathan Stuyman Wlnesap and UrlmeN Oold n. Two rentH a Hi . orchard run P Coleman, llrogan. Or. 39-40c KOU RALE OR TRADE Lota 4 and It, block t . Villa Park. Fo particular! writ hot f.C4, Rakei Oregon. at 3ra FOR HAI.K- 1 have few choice I u roe Jersey Roars for Hale, eligible to ri'glHiry. Price right 0 K. Se coy, Ontario, Or. 29 .I0p RAMH FOR HALF. MMi AM) NOT KK...

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. — 28 September 1916

PAOI KIGHT TIIK ONTARIO Alltil'S THURSDAY. SEPT. 28. 1810 oMi'i.ll I. List il I l nUBI WINNKIls t continued from page seven) st; Mrs. II Zimmerman, second l'i W lies Mrs II. Zimmerman, fir tj Nellie II Sturdevant, sOOOOd Mrs II. Zimmerman, fir st; Mm. A It 'iiia, mth ml tOOMM Mn Penrl Sutiford. first; Nellie II Sturdevant, second PraDM Mrs II Zimmerman, fir st; Mn I II I .'iln, second Plums Mrs 11 Zimmerman, tint! Mrs V i Peel, second Dnwborrloo Noil ii Itnrtorooti first, Mrs lias A Johnson, second Mn pbol i h ' Mi i i I Hon. first lr ll .linno-rn an Ullll. Straw li-rrif- Mrs B. Zimmerman, first ; Mrs It M. Cnrllle, s I (ionaebOfriOl Mrs. A. R. Cain, first, Mr- U Zimmerman, second Grapes Nellie 11 Sturdevant, fir It; Mrs. A. II Cain, second. Loganberries Nellie II Colt oml; no first. Tomato, -s Mrs pearl San ford, first . Mr- f '.. ri n I Bl -ml ( urn Mr- V D POOli flr-'t, Mrs Eannle Buyer, iwnrnl Beans Mn. W. D. Peel, first, Mrs Nellie II Sturdevant, second. Mrs I, O. Ilooley. firs...

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. — 5 October 1916

dtttet0 mp tn. -' ,: vol.. no ONTMtIO, MAI, III I II X)UNTY, OMKrON, Till IISM.W, IMT ft, 101(1 NI Mlll.ll l COUNCIL TO DEMAND THAT SEWER SYSTEM BE USED cm has ratrr tikhhamis op dom.ahm i on i vriAHivi: nwn VaTKM PUNCH BOARDS SCORED ALSO 'lIlflcli Succeeds H. J. SrCtCCI' RkM lt.lgnaHiiii h ftMtpM oilier linings of the 1I F-Uier. Determined that tin- health of the city Khali nut he longer m (lunge red iiy the failure of property owner living within the sewerage districts to un thiin, the city council at It regular meeting lam Monday MM Ing Initiated action to roinpe! com pliance. The flrat step ink I gaj that of referlng the matter to cn Recorder ('. M. Stenrn lo examine the ordinance lo fix the protmlure If none ot the present ordinances furnlih the neceiaary procedure such an ordinance will he ordered ut the next meeting. That la not all that the counc'l want done In the metier of heuitli protection An examination waa or dered of never! alley In I he down town Miction to determine...

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. — 5 October 1916

TIIimSDAV, OCTOHRIl B, lfllff TIIR ONTARIO AtUlttS PAGE TWO i hi ' I I.AK "AIITU THI Vll" (l- i'i TiriiiN UiiHliltlKlon. ''' i UPtCltl or rrspnniloneel PrOM nil pnrtH of the country ionics hsgNOtltf taldttta Ihiit Btt MnMl I" productive In dustry lire taking deep Itttra t I conditions t tint will exist "after tkt war," Mini that UWf tit ""' al B" ggtiaflad with coiiiiinic Itoatlog us HffpctiMi iiy tariff lagataUtt Instead of being tHtrajwdi Kuro penn I ti -l n Itl M Bta btOB i loptd a in.' war. I'M. pi in iii- ran Hall cii arrllor) oror ohlcli tha oontatd tag arm lei hara nattltd rtri root "' l " lorj na i i""'! working full Uma tad hi lot i' i 'i IU oapa .iiv in tka .nun to stool) dataad wiu'ii war daaud i Ua factories will ''till In- ii MMldlUOB tci turn cnit maximum ii'inntni. goods, Hfi.i tM rappl) iii'i'i i"' mark ct.'ii tn a larga Mttnl In t inr onto trios. Naturally, America will he tin' most promising market, for thin rciintr uill have tin' money I" aWBd American producer ci...

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. — 5 October 1916

V THURSDAY, OCTOBIR r., loifi I'Hr. li mIi. Aid. i I'AOK TllllKK REXALL REMEDIES NYALS REMEDIES THE ONTARIO PHARMACY LARGE LINE OP SCHOOL SUPPLIES titut" SCHOOL HOOKS, TABLETS, 1'KNS, PENCILS, ETC. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES Quatations of Interest to Voters From the New York World Washington. D C Tin- npulill i not be iMM after M If 1mMI M out. publicity association, throuuh K . ornor He iMli In MM tf IM Ml i((l.iiiu .,.r umiii UK nP I 1111 ( It iim Minn mi i-iiwmm president, Hun Jonathan Itntirnc, jr. Kiive out the following statement at itM Wash. union lirnciiiiitt' i Trobably the most anient itup portnr of Woodrow Vllnon and the iiiohI bitter nppon. nt of llimhen Ik the New York Worlil. the leader of the Democratic press. In view of Us preaent criticism of Mr. HiiKhcs, for purely partisan reasons, every Anier lean voter, of whatever party, should read that paper'a estimate of lluihns and hla work In the paat. The fol lowing are excerpta from the columna...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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