ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Ontario Argus, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,226 items from Ontario Argus, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,226 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 13 September 1917

1WI.I THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTABIO, OREGON, THURSDAY. BEPTEMBER 13, 1JM7. I I MAX KODAKS FJ.M8 ANU 8UPPMKH The 0n L 5 $ K X s Bl i nil MO BPBCIAL mm I'l.AY Till: BIOOEHT M Dl Bl i i:i o wii.i:. i i si pi : The Re.vc ri;i HiPTIOil si i i i i.isrs t.irr a kiwi. i. man i -in. rnT OOJLD NOW MbifcSs$vsTEM EdOr) I arnMitiffljntHjB The United States Government Cooperates with the 7,000 member banks in maintaining the Federal Reserve limiting System for the pro tection of the business interests of the country. Through the Federal Reserve Board in Wash ington it supervises th twelve Federal reserve banks ; it appoints one-third of their directors ; it deposits its funds laigely with them; it guar antees the currency they issue. This cooperation Rreatly increases the value of the system to un and our community. If you are not already linked up with tins new national system as one of our depositors you should delay no looker. First National Batik iiiiiififiiiiiiiiiQiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiaisiiii CONF...

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. — 13 September 1917

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 13, 1917. PAGE 3. ' v ,X BPrgeinT " vV'fcJirnn fl V swn . I I j ' t I IV fc J a C i a f I II V n Sj.x 9 mmlM 1 IV V FALL SUITS, COATS and DRESSES Redfern i Beautiful New Colors and Styles pmntzess There are many little things in styles about our new apparel that will interest you. Each model has some point of distinctive charm and exclusive style. We are now ready to wait on you. Come as soon as possible and see; them. WITH THE ADVENT OF THE AUTUMN SEASON there is a wonderful display of fashion throughout the store and the Tightness and variety of the Garments, Wool Goods, Silks, Trimming, Buttons, Hosiery, Ribbons, Corsets, Shoes, etc., are certain to arouse keen feminine interest. Dresses An- of the latest Pall st 'leg and Materials, including oombinatioiia, Satin, Poplin and KiT Willi leOTgette 'Vic SlccVt'S illlll 'ollar, ur Satin Trimming and Pancj ''l"i ill Ktnluoidrry. Sweaters . . These m.i nights will make you want a ...

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. — 13 September 1917

K ONTARIO, MAiMIKri.' COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY 191' v;i I ,M abr Ontario Anuu: com , i'i i in'. i xi raw 'xx ' l " llo III.' I'ltlcT. ' Keillor i ' I Oregon tba I $1 00 ' fur 11. "'IT. which naM assiv i !n riKiilai' I pit liberty and Jut ll c tui 1 II I'X II. HUH . be a pa Hid ba set Midi- fur l tin consideration th.n.il jinn "ppaker should In' now licltiK laV the Am 1 1 ii ! ..pie It would he ii moat fitting thins for I hone who, lifter n prosperlnus year of i '.ml crops mid high prices lire tak ing vacntlnn n in Joy the ullrartlon f din fair and to see what H 8tf neighbors have done, to consider the natlnna' danger. At such a time Ihe lesson of Increased BJOM fur next rear can be point? clearly to IMM who do not now seem to gBSfejl lute how great Ii the need for food crops HUSK WHEAT NrVT HUE Ranehera who have feared to in in ander their thinning alfalfa landa will have an excellent opportune tn ig .. tlila fall and hIIII make u good return MM mm hi 1'ulion i,i Hi.- i i Mir, trol ...

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. — 13 September 1917

Ml aMgMM .tiK'-an-rK&jv THKONTARIO ARGUS. ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. E 5 HONOR GUARD WILL mum work .-id Prldft) t.vfiiii. : nt I tot inter WtU Hell' FALL 1917 Ice Cream Is America' 1 dii It s the firmest thing for that hot tired fV r that it possible to get. This especil ly true of the Kind we sen Get Under the Fans Where It's Cool And you will really enjoy the excellent service we accord our patrons. 0. G. Lufihrs, Drggist .work Hon. A n ip. the dil lr H l 1 1011 Ret. oontni Ml ration wit the local Red ( roHa chapter, members of the Guard will; aodaavor to am of, tor an nit when they will unit i I with the bin order ifeltb UM local chapter haa to fill HAI'TIHT I 'liriM II NOTKH AFTAR SEEING THE FAIR GO TO McDOWELL'S and jitwt the tiling voti'l I iiml In VOW home wIhii the chillv winti ! (Ias 601 RADIUM HEATERS The Stove that Saves Coal and Gives the Heat. a. l. Mcdowell At the Exchange Store ONTARIO OREGON. Th- pastor returned Ttieartay morn ing from Athena. Oregon where he pen...

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. — 13 September 1917

VAfiK n ONTARIO. MALHEUR COUNTY, OREHON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917 I FAIR'S Bid ATTRACBl j Ontario, September 18. 19, 20, 21 j (Sound Amusement Co. Carnival Shows m wmmllmmimmmtlggammmmitmimmmmmtmrmmmmmmmmimmmmmmimmBmmmmmirm. 4' -. m THEY ARE OFPI ! See the Horses (JoIt's the Sport of Kings THE RACE j Pick Your Winner for a Great Big Box of Candy It Will Make You Solid With Your Oirl. TAKE A RIDE It8 the place to DOWN BELOW 0et Oood Eats See the Sub Sea Mysteries "THE C00K HOUSE" on the Tickle your palate with our "SUBMARINE" Nice Chili or It's the Marvel of the Show Chicken Needles jwin A BEAUTIFUL SPOT THE SPOT DOtZ n. MA T Oet a Teddy Bear. Their Eyes Shine How That Baby Oirl Will Love a Great Big Beau The Little Tots Love Them tiful Doll. Cover the num ber and take one home to the Baby. Get a Teddy Bear. TRY YOUR HAND You Can't Lose the Fun at tne But You Can Win AJKHOT ART OF WAR Real Bargains "ARCHERY" of Joy ' At ha Biir ,i'', n,m" Mend mid show Al ine Dig (ii h-w viii .;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. — 13 September 1917

-''.- THE ONTAKIOAIKWS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEITEMBER 13, 1917. PAOU 7 11 iHWJMWill THE UNIVERSAL INSTRUMENT Thirty years mo the telephone wu a luxury. Today, through personal Initiative aud private enterprise. It hat become a necessity within tha raaoh of everybody. Where once a busl naaa had hut one telephone with a limited talking range, today that hualneaa haa service wlili a range three-quartera of a conti nent broad, and every branch of every hualneaa la linked to ev ery other by an Intorrouiniunicatlng telephone aystem . pnotta haa earned Ha reapooalble place and there are Itl 8,000,0,. 0 Del! telephone In i) talk, dally. Rtr Bell Telephone is a Malheur Home M.tltMIM-A Mt HINK ,M Itl I'.MK HIIOI'. V. V Mar-den, rrop. We do all kinds of repair from a pair of aclsors to the kind ot mm winery. icycle Itopalrlng aa well aa Automobile work we ran alao put your gas engine hi good ill!. HI Ml 1. 1 inillng a Hpetlally I It I nl IMIMI HAM oi v. I III dill IH'K ; IH-.IIIK I. .i,...

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. — 13 September 1917

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREHV riUTRSPAT, SKPTKMHKH mm7. TPAOKS. f September 18-19-20-21 is Fair Time in Ontario " ' -1 ' . . iy m i f g??S3 CSSSSMMiSi i i CSSSSJJi " 1UUU A Don't Miss Malheur County's Biggest and Best Fair Profit in pocket as well as knowledge. We wel come the man who comes to look - to see - if the claim, greatest possible value at the price, is true. Broadway Su its $1 7. 00 In spite of conditions, guaranteed all wool clothes, good linings, all hand tailoring and real style at a moderate price: Pinch Back, Eklt Styles and Regulars all $17.00 "High Art Make' Clothes for Wen and Young Men, each suit an example ol the linest tailor's art, hundreds of the newest Fall Patterns in regular, pinch back and belted models. $20.00 to $30.00 WW" -. .mmt-0'''it0. Take the time to look over our Boys Suit and Furnishings department Full and complete line of Ajax Brand the best clothes for Boys, $5.00-$6.00-$7.50 Natty pinch back and belted models, each with two knickers. Baa...

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. — 20 September 1917

She wtei0 tm. 01, XXI. THE ONTARIO AfttHTH, ONTAKK .OU WSON.SEITKMHKH 20, 1917. NO 37 parting Soldiers Given Rousing Farewell at Fair Grounds Yesterday Afternoon by Great Throng (DAY'S PROGRAM WILL PROVE EVEN BETTER THAN THAT OF YESTERDAY nser Came Enmame Today it Will be Vale, Jamieson and BroganBe There to Greet Them This Afternoon ISER SENDSIBIC CROWD TO SEE FAIR kyst V. OK I.MH.r llMH-v i KHOM THK WAKHIM. w on TV CAPITAL KV- 'llil-.M'rl IN THKOM. . D ENJOYS REAL PROGRAM in IosmI Iniiimimi ami i in.' in k.l.iint lii ll HMrm hveryone fat -voveiiy nwr nniiiii OHtfalW. satisfied (TIIKll HlBl Med the grandstand yestenia i- im II was a nig rronu iww. Hum Hires time" many were or the nl day aa wre pres et Urn iiiifiiinK matinee. Ana given program sufficient irrtiiin Hi'' moHt habitual county ktii'iiilmii . l ... I .... ..II ....! era wan vnrieiy hi sous . . nurain Iroin Hi" pi"ttv balloon ,1 Ynllllghllltll. I" I'"' "UH.IW of Walter Shltnp ami Whit si hut h (if whom drew the plnu- If 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. — 20 September 1917

THE ONTARIO T Al 1 V A ROUS, ONTARIO, OREGON SEPTEMBER 20;101T. "PACK TWO I h THE UNIVERSAL INSTRUMENT r 'Thirty yar afto th telephone ni a luiury. Today, through peraonal initiative and private enterprise, It haa become necessity wlthla the reach of everybody. Where once a tusl ne had but one telephone with a limited talking range, today that buxlnes liaa aervlce with a range three-quarteri of conti nent hroad. and every branch of every buitnesa la linked to ev ery mii.it by an iBtoreommaaleatlBg telephoa eyatem. Tlif tcli'phone has Ban! It responsible place and there are ,,, I, i. mio iwil tnlnphoiiPB in thla country, over .hirh go 26,000,000 talka dally. Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Slat ion. Malheur Home Telephone m. THE OSBORN MILLINERY You will liiid it most profitable to tak -'"I vantage of 1 1 1 - varied selectioni of the larg est stocki of Milliner in Ontario, when Wa iting the Malheur Oownty Pair. Exclusive Styles a Specialty. . THE HOME OF GOOD GOODS. Vale Hot ...

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. — 20 September 1917

I JOY-NOTHIN' BUT JOY GET IT FROM THE START Three Days Wild West Round-Up AT Weiser, October 3-4-5 -CASH PREMIUMS S2,000 2,000 CHAMPION BUCKAROO, $300. CONTESTS EACH DAY. BEST ALL 'ROUND COWBOY, $250- THREE DAYS TRIAL. RELAY RACES WILD HORSE RACES THOROBRED RACES ROMAN RIDING RACES COW PONY RACES ROPING CONTESTS BULLDOGGING EXHIBITION RIDING EVERY KNOWN FEATURE OF A WESTERN EXCITING NATURE. ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL, ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT PARADES EACH MORNING ROUND UP EACH AFTER (WE NEVER SLEEP) NOON- FREE STREET DANCING EACH NIGHT. COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS TO "THE ROUND UP THAT MADE PENDLETON JEALOUS." tUTSW nuttm onuim omma a inn irnitior tCf A TT A CV DPaPDWn "PflT? VfiTT KE3SLER GARAGE KESSLER & HARVEY, Proprietors ELGIN The Car of the Hour Meatei Car Huilmlrn mrn wlicne namM have become watch word (or roachanloal excellence and factory efficiency, from knowledge gained by experience hh old aw the Indualry itself, have produced thl "Car of tli Hour" the New Elgin 81k, rterlea...

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. — 20 September 1917

rnVoXTAWro GAILY AHOUS,OSTAHIO. OUKGOK, 8K1TKMHE1. 27. 1M7. .GE Koru Tim Anthraelta Joliu. Tii ml ni ilrlwH U natiiro' uo ; !,, Ilo '.M"W ill the profit i lw i '' "f '''" "i"11"'1 tongac Wli' n I 'iiii ilrln ilnictn n mniorinnn II I Aft)' Hr,V which Inxnli- rcinlrxy ni" I 'l'i" I1 1 ' ''"''I '" '"' i-a until fciviir. Tii nl mil 'i Ivor Irwita diamond n-iih it ii il li'M no fitvor for miniouali v' lo Nhniihl ":"' i-",,w who situ niHiii ii ilii1 forhiiii'J N''Vl i : ' ! In- i ... il i II 'lil- tOW nr II Still. I " V' n v. Al InwI i" I 'I"1 "P Vi h, in In1 l tlpntorratlo. il ImwI !i- in inul. - without pria nii'l ilow lid wear ,1 n t wntrh RtcbmoMl TIbw rUiutrti liMiriWi. Tin- mm Innl Inhabitant .-f R( Ma ii it ii it ..-I io have i-i- " flmm il.ui, ,-i in . nun- Ill S. illilini'' I No Old Stuff Here! PI V Iff S ,.V' ldf& ww . I I I l I Reliable ketchup, olives, salad dressing, oils and things of that sort in bottled form arc offered from fresh stock. We do our ordering from the who...

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. — 20 September 1917

I HAOFFlVft THE ONTARIO DAILY ARG1 , ONTARIO, OftEGOX,SEPTEMBH 30, 1017. i; ul siiiatti Virtue of an executl'.n In fore- Lrr duly limited by (he Clerk of rniii Court of Malheur CotUt . .- . toil. ..f , Oil. """ U lI -" WJ " rtUKH I rtnln action In thi clr- Lgari for county mni iute, Lrln W " Pnai re, ,,ni again i tirover Will Will. l!i-ui. for the oni.i of llmi'ln d l' Ibira, with Intcr- trom me 10111 any or h r.iln of Rlx per i Ml and the furthur mini of i iinllnm Attorney Feee, i oi i iuy iioiiurs com , i Teln. l herein alven, 2nd dny if Sep- . ...... . . PI- i ;i i , in inw ii"' ' i ', ,f tin' . mil I hottae, In Val". i i ,, I SI. ilc, (il the h" IMMMN oi ltd ilny l piii. i., Ruction to tin' i.i r,.r ri I H"' loiiim Ihk daaerib- to a it i ,, i Half of Section Twent; ! IftMllf wtnl Ii I i Willamette Mfrlill.in. Lm ur i l . Oregon km (ltd levied upon an tin- pro I QroTW WllWInwui iiihI W'llkinxon, or M much tl be ni'ii'HMiiry to ntlnf tin- hint in favor of l fiiiiiiini:. Kulii I Hi...

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. — 20 September 1917

V PAGE BIX iVmhm; MvnitiM THEONTARIO DAILY ARGUS, ONTARIO, oaEOOK.SEPTEMOCRJOMl M I ni-:i HV SOMHKKN (hoatlnoed from Fit dpi i this fall c. BrewKt'-r. ol r.iill.inil. who manager of th campaign, has asked the library board of Ontario to ao operate in th ' rtelsg of tlitt fund. Mr DodK'v the local librarian. )ia Loom ggpolnted in OntaHe and on Bunda) la IN aenjfd. fl'r Mm purpo "" mtetag, but on ..,.,t nt the fair ihlB week It nit II re. The plans as arriuiKeil by the Atner lean l.llirar 'ion will render lag oi thai aiiionni of notta preettasitr stateta gad aaajr, I I consults i ogaoolol la geatrlbtrta an iimoiini steal to Ira get seal of In population Tn i in- soIiII.tm in ramp. I mil our looiiiiiiai raved or sotlvltloa nhuot ih it in it"' irMihaa at the n, ..ii of In actual POBlbal eltb the -'linn loil there are usually Ioiik bourn waa-of waiting whan Hi" bos hara noth- . . . I ..iii .1.1. ..!.., jp, j,, o , tna ilrlvr unii! n lO BO mil laraa ana i -ei rhere iu ba another for reoat...

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. — 20 September 1917

THE ONTARIO DAILY AHOU8, ONTARIO, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1917. PAOEHEVEN FIRST ANNUAL Malhenr County Pure Bred Stock Sale Friday Sept. 21st Offering prize winning cattle of the Fair and many other high class animals. Your chance to improve your herd. LOOK OVER THIS LIST HOHMKH so i H Baaanlaa oniurlu. On !,... (..I.lln. 1500 pound, gentle, true, will work anywhere I small mark Deft rasa Oetdsag, i&oo iba to yra.. uu.t. smile and ,ru'' will work anywhere No mark Harness will go at seme IsaeS N0. I Floyd Adauis. Ontario. Or.' Hay Unldlng 4 yra Hound but wire marked Work good double. Flue saddler. wrt -K Webb. New Plymouth, Idaho Hoan Btslliou. weight 1700 lb 8 yeere; grade percneron v,. n-fhaa. Carter. 1 Hoan Htud American rafieter 0140. Kowan I34S. Belgian foal iu; ' ported when S year old. HTIH'K CATTUC. 1 A. Trlolett freeh Cowo. I dry . ... a.mttkM i'iWm: 1 Cows, 4 Honors. ! . , Steer Calf IHHiH AM 8HKKP H H Tunney. Ontario. Oregon C Boar Pigs, : mouths. 1 Sow. Cheater Wbtte. re...

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. — 20 September 1917

I A(iK KK.HT TJ1K ONTARIO DAILY AIIGUS.ONT Rlo. OKK(U)X, SKPTKMIUU: 2...1017. KAN KODAKS PiLMN AND HiiTl.iKg The Ontario Pharmacy ... ...... o. ill lf.KT UUhl.KS N ""- n nil (oimv u I'HIOBSWmCB UW WOT ONM '";"T . . nils. t I V L- . N S11M'I tli rVKHY WM " ' "" ... . mni.iMPi. Ill l.lraOKS)l'! M nr.r, in c" - ii .J. tiii: Hii.i.i T m -sT "lf REASONABLE. The Rexall Store LET RttXALJ RKM1 in .III III ll'inll. v,,W , mi ih.n spn ii TWO ewa 0 ' 1 ft rL I AfTAR SEEING THE FAIR GO TO McDOWELL'S anl jut tin- thing you'll need la your home when tl i cbillj winter days ,itn . RADIUM HEATERS The Stove that Saves Coal and Gives the Heat. a. l. Mcdowell At the Exchange Store ONTAKIO OHEOOX. Mil II I HI IMM - U i I I iu;l U SLOI'l IIUUCATtON IHS-II.I i Our Steady Growth is due to the prosperity of our customers. We serve them to the best of our ability, and it helps some. Y WE SERVE YOU? Make our Bank your business Home. Located i Mi'HuMir "'mi. Stete f I lri'nni. i Qtll two o'clock p. I" l'i T. ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 September 1917

J lvHui ONTARIO DAILY ARGUS, ONTARIO. OREGON', SEPTEMBER 27. 1M7. Page Nine WARTIME SIGNALS. A Clovtr Davie That Wan Used by the Ancient Romans. In it-ti r tin- :n led iiimI si iiiillllr llii'thud, lifted Iii III m III 11 nar full' II ill's I'lpllull Hi Hit' nil' Iflit I-1 If lllf thuds fuuilil In Hit' writing (ii i'ul.rhliM lll prora ni liiirrest. id niivi'i ni iii,' opera i nun tfi'in'inls In imi' the lull ul' ( .uiiiiiW In I Iii I! I', iiml aaya Dl ideil Inp-lrNkVtnnl si II I i'HIS Willi lv ISllllll ill nun in ii'il it IIU mi I w hi' n il Ilia wnli'i In i-si:iii' at lln t Tin'. irara earefullj taat in "f Mil" i i-i require ink r Miiallt'i ili.iini'li'i limn I 111' Vl 14 -5p , l ' U U LVaW aW7 Tim. jML.' .: .Tg aWf -A T J n r n 13' . i 2 l wore 11 on ted in I hem, bent I W I I I i JM Su J I 8 o -NEW- FALL FASHIONS Ixclusi veness - Originality- Charm Ixpriss Realities When Applied to Our High Grade "ailored Suits and Coats $ mimn i a ii aaaaaaoai aaaaaaaai an aaa a aaa i niin.w ai ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 September 1917

i I WWWWI The Modern Garage Payette Idaho EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, OF Overland and Maxwell Cars h Overland THE CAR OF Smartness and Economy Come in and see this car. It has the smartest style of any car ever produced to sell at so low a price. In fact it is the only smart sport model among low priced cars. And it is as economical as it is smart. The motor is a wonder- smooth- lively powerful yet with a very low consumption of gasoline and oil. It has cantilever rear springs which make it exceptionally easy riding and easy on tires. The unique seating arrangement provides comfortable room for four large people. And it is just as comfortable for a big man as for a little woman to drive for the front seats are adjustable forward or back. a Maxwell A World Champion Mechanical perfection of a one model chassis has mad the Maxwell world endurance champion; a Maxwell built just like yours went 22,022 miles without the motor stop ping. ' The cheapest car to run eve...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 September 1917

l'age Eleven THEONTAKIO DAILT ABOtJS, ONTARIO, OK'KdON.sKPTEMBEK 20, 1017. I yiTUK ol DKUNQUKNT i NT OF THE PAY1 PTB-ORBOOH m.opc in ' vniiN ihbtrrt. NOTICE- There ,,tj tie totlowlnf daaatlbad land in ,,,,, p,,.. tU Or600 llopi Irrigation DlRlrlct. on account (if the I fPr He year of 1917, which wild neHmiient InM iiy tba Board of . i.i tii,i.-i. , pirn mm km " """"" nig 01 tne tioaru in July. . j. . m i.n am'ttHl fflmimn)u I.. I. .... 1S1I. l"W c.. ...,,,....,. ,. IWIIUWIl N'AMK Tool''. Mr. (. ',ilo. Hfl Beck) fellow, I. M - iptinii gtUM, Gilbert Blgby, L. C Kelly, Mrs. Annabel! Uohnson, ' W Jnlinin, C. w, 20 20 80 I 14 20 80 40 40 80 14 74 60 20 10 lerr. (has. iterr. ('has. Msrtln. I H ttllll.r, A. c. l M K Bgfgrovo, ' 0 Rtnii. Mm. Myrtle lUnn.i Richard 1 Mood, Rleh 11 1, 1 Co. Vlii'l' ri.'M s hoiiiH, a. s '. 'ram, Ft .ink ru in Frank Wit. Mulllila leld, Yeda a. ... MM B. W.. tiler mm, II. W.. riiH.,n. k. i lll.iiiitt. W. .... Ictlll. J It I k Mill .. IllllT, Gen , irsnson, J. U.....

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 September 1917

PAGE 12. THE ONTARIO DAILY ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON SEPTEMBER 20, 1017. Ontario, September 18, 19, 20, 21 Sound Amusement Co. Carnival They are Off See the Horses Go It's the Sport of Kings THE RACE Pick Your Winner for a Great Big Box of Candy It Will Make You Solid With Your Girl. TAKE A RIDE DOWN BELOW See the Sub Sea Mysteries on the "SUBMARINE" It's the Marvel of the Show It's the Place to Get Good Eats "THE COOK HOUSE" Tickle your palate with our Nice Chili or Chicken Needles A BEAUTIFUL DOLL How That Baby Girl Will Love a Great Big Beau tiful Doll. Cover the num ber and take one home to the Baby. SPOT THE SPOT Get a Teddy Bear. Their Eyes Shine The Little Tots Love Them Get a Teddy Bear. You Can't Lose the Fun But You Can Win Real Bargains of Joy At the Big COUNTRY STORE Take a Whirl at the Wheel TRY YOUR HAND at the ANCIENT ART OF WAR "ARCHERY" ( iri Hiir friend and show h i in how you can draw i How. It s gnat sport and vim can win pnaa while having some fun. It Makes a Hit T...

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. — 27 September 1917

te VOL XXI. ONTARIO, MAU1KU. COUNTY. OWKdO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917. SO. 25. THRH1S .ILL LAST DAYS FAIR PROGRAM Gigantic Efforts Needed to Save Fruit Crops in this Section Ontario's Help is Needed. SPANISH NEW STUDY FOR HIGH SCHOOL Mis r.xc.i mkkth dkkeat in Ti l I THAlTO RACK INTKlUaMTINO CNTI1. CAR, m v to work nT I WILD HORSE RACE FEATURE Tom l-on' BjajM a Hhii H,, nil H. Inl K.vetita Adileil to Ihr inii-iiiKiil of Hn Closing Day tJatlicrlnn; Fair a SaaMSga, Malheur County's eighth annunl rounly fair closed Friday afternnnhu with one of tho bent programs titer given on any day of any fair. The fair was a success, from every view lolni The directors will be able to pay all bills and may have a small balance willi which 10 mart nut year's work. The closing day crowd helped ma terially to thl result, nnd the crowd waa repaid for Ita presence by one of the beat program ever staged Tin- wild liorae race, the laat event preceding the auto race proved the Umax of that program. Pend...

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