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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 August 1909

DM t Forget That We Do all kinds of Printing at the 4rgus Office. taatw Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. ONTARIO, OltKUON, FKIDAY. AUOI'HT 20, 1!M VOLUME XIII '! dmwm&mmmwmm he m Zt? i uvniic iiiQiiioUi rrjiiut. i ;, i f NC.MIU;i : vr Local News. Wilson-Duffy Drug Co. kinds of 1 1 vis. All J. A. Lackey was in Ninnpn on business tl.o first of the week. H. a I vers, of Watson, was in the city yesterday en uiute to "180, Our August reduction milo is now going on in good sliape. M- C'- (Sen. McLaughlin, of Vale, was in Ontario Tuesday " route to Baker City. Mi-sKmily Hoise.siowur.l.ofsi visiting at the home of Mr. nml Mrs. J. L. King in this city. Mrs. Maggie Cnrtright, of Portland, is visiting with her ., . ,, .. sister, Mrs. j. L. dntlin in 1 -V Attorney ('. IfeOoUtgill was la I'.iyeltc s( veral day:i the past u.i-V u.lieri 1 tiied a ease in justice court. De'.hort Tugirert took his do pnrlurev sterday for the Pay- It lakes v hero he will rust.- u ile a few days. I'. K....

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 August 1909

5 Ontario Argus, PUBU8HKP KVKKY FIBDAY. "- Wm. 1'hiKlinir. Kdltor ami Proprietor Rntere.1 in the Postotllce at Ontario, Otwn, for tnasnlaarOfl through t lit' mails a Hivoml-elas mutter. BlIHrtrRIPTtOV: Cm Year ' W Six Month '" stri. iiv In AUrai ie. EVENTS IN OUR STATE OF MINOR IMPORTANCE tope AUG USftsoe buNMQN.tuTwIginuRi SAT I 2 3 4 5 67 8 9 0 12 34 IS 9 9 mm 3031 23242526272ft 192021 NEWS OREGON Portland Charles K Melonnll, colonel of the Third regiment. Ore ton National tinard, litis tendered a verbal resignation of hit orrlre. Salem Mr and Mrs. It. S. Poltal lll have charge of the Mai Ion coun ty rihll.lt at the AY P. Exposition until the cloae of the fair. Kalla CI l) A railroad gaKollne motorcar, the flrit to be uaod In Or egon, will go Into service Sr-pteinlnr 36 on th.i Salem, Palls City A West am railway. Hlllsboro-Charles M.filoln, aged 16 year, accidentally shot nnd killed his 13-year-old brother, John Mr Uloln, a short distant t- above Bux ton, 10 miles northwest of th...

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 August 1909

AUGUST CLEAN-UP SALE! ew f Ml I I I I Of Of Of I Mi Uf rS h To Make room for our FALL GOODS wc must dispose of 15000 worth ol Dry Goods, Furnishing Gkodi ami shoes ly AUGUST 15. This is the chance Of the year to make great aavingi In these lines. Tou cannot appreciate these values unless you see the goods. Let us show you what we are offering: Ladies waists, value 2.2.") sale j. rice $1 65 l,alies waists, value $.17") nnle j.riee 125 Ladies waists, value 1.80 lata prlOO .... $1.00 ,alies waists, value 1.SB Mil price 90c Otl a-soitineiit. value $1.09 to $2.00, ill at 50c Broken sizes tnd just few of kind left Ladies' Muslin Underwear. Great ftlafth- Ing in tin4 whole stock, noth ng reserved, prices from 35 to 50 per cent oil'. This is somcthinir you will be interested In. shoes for Ladios, Children and Men, half price and less. Wc have a table lull ol these, and they are bargains, the best shown any where. Summer Wash Goods at sterling values. These goods must he seen to he appreciat...

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 August 1909

-5 HILL 10 BUILD I n U iLU OltfiOOM Tin Mi. CALIFORNIA MAY OS GOAL Bmpii -r.i'i i i'xi cred t,i Rater NtM I ntnelaco Hii'i Imnn I. hi mi t Ulve in. w rtland, Or . lag 11. All un r, i itint) ni '" the " "itl loree i" i. i m Trunk was moored I,, .., i, tin r Kteeeoa in.nl- the nn- , . that btd iirq tilled . in the pro v. . location, in i be i sail) I ;,,..: tl ll III ll 't'l' I'V i iii Ips Invasion of Central Oi i gon . . I "'Miii i illdlag el n rallroa i lo Ban FraROti .. KB I MOB, Mr lit I n . trolling Inti i '..' i" " ' i i all i ' Bnam lal Rl i ROga i . ii ;. la ;;ii ti." road b hi HROUGH rnnM JOHN T. 8TEVEN0. i iH r f. i n Ii i I'l' 1 ! i ' ii )'' al hi Bl ' I h..i" I a In i ' l)B i" BRflBg ll III I I 'I fi- mi Imln Idunl l I i ii'i r icil in BR ' Aii'iii i II i" I I v 'Ii.' .1 ll ..ii I ' t I I limp'. 'lion i r ti'iiiHii, i-. ii. ,1 iii .in-iK'-r of iii. ii .ii rim H Hot . a hae lefaroBRd ii ti, i . i i i i b ll ii ol Hi On !"ti Trim i I I re'a pi- my of room in Hi U soyaa fur a...

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 August 1909

" dttfafi0 -,-- 1 Don't Forget That We Do all kinds of Printing ii the Argus Office. BOOST For the-'MalReur Project. Representative Newspaper ol Malheur County. niii VOLUME XIII ONTARIO, OltKGON, FRIDAY. Al'd'Sl" .. , , 190U. HUMJUKU m jP e J&VVLVtikA ". 7W -U -yL i S ' 9 ' & i i ' ' Local News. Mrs. Bourke is visiting friends in Boise. Wilson-Duffy Drug (V All kind of drugs. F. R. Nay lor Ml in Payette on business Tuesday. O. R. Kmison ami wife visited relatives nt Nyssu Sunday. Atlonu-y W. II. Brooke is in Canyon City on legal business. 1 ... i W ULniuiii la !!. 1.1 I r . v . IT.UI'llll.l'll I" 1 i .--1 - ing relatives nnd friends '"' WestfaH. Our August reduction salo is now going on in good shape. MM. Co. Mrs. II. A. Duffy returned Monday from I visit to her par lilt in Boise. A I. Sclunnaker, of Baker Oil , s lo.ikiug over the Ontai in Vale oil Held. Mrs. 0. A. Cundland and so i Nestor are visiting datives nnd frienda in Boise. Kdwin Berry took his depart ure Momiiiv ev...

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. — 27 August 1909

f t Mfcefl M Ontario Argus. I'ltUllHIIKD KVKltY riBDAT. Wnt. riuifiiofl Kdltor and Proprietor. Enteral in the Postoflire at Ontario, n. for tranmiiiin tlirtitigii me lit as necoml-clM matter. SUBSCRIPTION: a. UB Ymf I w so i Month Strictly In Advance. ProMOUtor Jeffry bit Sled suit again! 15 Insurance companies So la business In Arkansas, asking penalties amounting to M5.00t.000 fat siioKvti violation of the Arkan u antitrust lit, During the present hot dave In Oklahoma the owners of farma with aod swimming boles art charging le, ranta admission to person who desire to Ink n plung. Tbe Brltlah Admiralty tu Itnt to Canada a uumbar of naval oflcara who will advise on tha work of or ganlflng tha new Canadian navy Since tha death of Repreantatlv C'uahmaii. of Waahlngton, taer haa aa much haggling among senators and aoambera aa to who now bacomea tba "homallaat man In congraaa " Litigation haa been renewed In New York over tha Hameraler iat. aald to amount to 16.900, 0v. ftar lapaa of It...

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. — 27 August 1909

J aTgHHr'rHr AUGUST CLEAN-UP SALE! aTfc I t 1 I 1 I I I tv ilii 1 1 It S s I Oil aii 3 I Oil I I i I I 3 I I I I I 3 I 1 s I uV Oil J 3 s 5 To make room for our FALL GOODS we must dispose of $6000 worth ofl Dry Good, Furnishing Goods and shoes by AUGUST 15. This is the elmice of the year to make greal savings in these lines. Voucannol appreciate these values unless you see (he gooda. Lei us show you what ire arc offering: UUAm waists, value 12.21 tale prico . $1 65 Ladies wnixts, vnluc .17B aale prion.., 11 25 Lndics waists, vnliic 1.88 Mile priM 100 Ladies waists, value $1.26 Mile price 90c One assortinenl. value $1.09 10 $2.00, all at 50c Broktll sizes and jut a few of I kind left. Ladies' Muslin Underwear. ( J rcat slash inn1 in the whole slock, nolli Off reserved, prices From 85 to 50 per cent off. This is something you will he interested in. Shoes lor Ladies, Children and Men, hall' price and less. We have a (able lull ol these, and they are bargains, the best shown anv where. ...

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. — 27 August 1909

I ' ' R , i REVISE RAILROAD AND 1ST LAWS wavt ootmcm with advisers Ml AMI.VDMKMS. PUT COMMISSION AT WORK Plant Are Designed In RrHrrfl Inter- tali- t'omnieri e ' iniiiiixwloii of Mm ii Work. EVENTS IN OUR STATE OF MINOR IMPORTANCE Beverly. Musk, Aug. 24- Presi dent Tuft anil social Btinbtfl of nil cabinet discussed ninny change to be rerotiiinciiilcfl It) Ihg Interstate commerce and Hiitl-trii-t laws. Attorney-General WtektrahaJB pTWMta ed to the President n tentative draft of several of the gfOpOiOd OnMCi which Mr. Taft in part approved. The final framing or Hi I amendments to the Interstate ruinnierrc mid the sml-tiiist lawi sill bd Itfl to the commission deslmuiteil by the Presi dent The atioi nc-gon. ral will take to the commission, wlildi Is m meet In New York Auyust ;t, ft definite statement "f the President's wishes In the inntter. 'I his will form the wait) fiiuiiK' of hit fortht oinltig uieteige to countess. One of tli" subject ten'iitlveh dls poied of wnn un MNllMII '" the...

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. — 3 September 1909

he Don't Forget That We Do all kinds of Printing at the Argus Office. nmt0 BOOST For the Malheur Project Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. zmmw I ( VOLUME XIII ,'. n ONTARIO, OBBOOM, FRIDAY, BEl'TEMBEH 3, 1909. NUMBKH I ' fT 1- Local News. Wilson-Duffy Drug Co. All kinds of drugs. N. ('. Krics took his dcpnrtuic Saturday for Seattle, on business Attorney Soliss was n legal visitor to the county seat during the week. I. F. S. Oivin, the Vale merchant, arrived liomo from SeAttle Saturday. Attorney W. If. Brooke re turned Kriday from a trip to ('anyan City on legal business. Mrs. B. A. Rieger. of Boise is visiting her parents ami other relatives and friends in this city. Fine, fresh milk cow for saic there prefer a good gas well to a by H. W. Cove, on tho Ar- (lowing oil well, as it is a better cudia Moulevard, just south of, paying property OOd not so ex the Boulevard school house. pensive to utilize. An oil well Any physician that knows the! ,""""1 '" l'""1'' " W wHhool W.l...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 September 1909

- rt - Ontario Argus PUBLISHED KVEKY tflRDAY. Win. rinjriHiH'. Mltof ni Proprietor. Bnteml In tin Pwl at Ontario, Oregon, !" transmit I n through Uw mall m mi nii daiw matti r, BUBrtCBlTflON: One Y.'r. ' J hx Month. 1,U lil. Hi III AllvUIICP. FLAYS FORESTRY Mill IM sns NKTHOM t:M 11.4 KM AIM DltKAMI.IKK. TAFT ACCEPTS RESIGNATION I ,Tc.l.li n( (iiiiiptll.il, II f llt'lii-vcd, l MM lliiml in OMMfMMiN Policy. Devrrlr, Mann., Aug. 1!9. ITprI di'iit Tuft Iiiih OOBOptoal tin' ri'slsna tlon of AfifllHtuiit Si rri'liiry of f'otn MM iiml Labor Mrllnrg. who mtulc a bitter .in. i. i. upon ex-Prcnldcut Itoonevrlt unit IiIh imllcli'H. In n recent Ininvlew Milling In ri'i'oriiil in lime wild: "Cniiiiiion ciiHi' Iiiih been illpll 1 by vision ary tbaoTtae, iilre;nly prOVOal nimnr rcHHfnl In tin' priiKli'iim of Iho ib i.iiinniii of tin. U. .mil ton iiiih b 'ill iiiiiIiik' Iiiih Ihiii linliilitcil In In (It'll tint; llli tbi' li'iv.'riinii'lil Irtlgn Hon proji'i (h mill fecoal SOOOOrVOtleil pollel' -...

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. — 3 September 1909

IH i i I Tl A "TV t T I lv m A W T"l 5 LLLAIVUF bALL! U e f 8 I I i tit 1 tit I I I lb I To make room for our FALL GOODS wo must UHpose of $5000 worth of Dry Goods Furaiihiog Goods and shoos by SKl'T. 3, This is the chance of (he year I o make great savings in these lines. You cannot Appreciate these values unless you see the goods show you whal we are offering: !s. Lo! us Laltee watett, value $2.80 aloprtoa 165 Linlirs waists, viiluc $ !"." ftla jnico $1 25 Luilics waists, value 1.8S unit' price .... l 00 Lwlies waists, value $1.25 sale price 90c One assortment, value $1.09 to $2.00, all at .. 50c Broken sizes and just a few of a kind left. Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Groat slash ing in the whole slock, noth ng rosorved, pricca from 36 lo 50 per cent oil'. This is something you will be interested in. Shoos for Ladies. Children ami Men, half price and less. We have a table lull ol lIlWC, and they are bargains, the host shown anv- where Bummer Wash Goods at sterling values. These goods...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 September 1909

OF STATED IN BRIEF TKi.iv4.it i-n ii- cmomcui NTATK HAFPKNIXOS. or HOPE TO VOTE STATE DRY Anil sn. ...ii I. .nun. lliiny Willi Plim to Make ('Iran Sweep In 1010 Klcctlon. Portland. -Statn-wltle prohibition Ii thn IMM that will In- submitted to thi. temperance iiriiplo tit the Kciieral lection Id November, 1910. Peti tions nre now being prepared for circulation riillliu: for county prohl bltton In (Irant anil Harney OOSSttOO. Thla in. 'Inn will lir submitted to a vote at an election to ! lit'lil MM Novetubor. The anti-saloon toriMfl np.it to aubmlt the question of county prohibition In atlll another countjr tliltt Kail, but arc not pre pared to announce tha natue of the eounty. I'nder the operation of the local option law durliiK the lion Ave years, not one of the 34 counties In the tale Is entirely wet. Nineteen are altoKctber dry, while, with the ex ception of Multiiotnah I In- sule of In toxcants la prohibited In moro than CO per cent of the territory of 'be other I fi counties. I...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 September 1909

nfcnrio Don't forget That We Do all kinds of Printing at the Argus Office. Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. VOLUME XIII ONTARIO, OUKOON, FRIDAY. SKIT KM lKU 10, l()!. MMin.i: 37 he m -V A, jfFr fc Rtaimur Project I, " , JL. Local News. And the girls won hy vote. J one Wilson-Puffy Drug Co All kinds of drugs. Ladies, Scurfs in nil new lines; let us show you the styles. M. M. Co. J, S. Jones and Tom Jones will leave tomorrow for n six weeks' visit to Hendt , Ky. Mrs. A, A. llrown and family will movj'to Boise this week where the children will attend school. Artistic solos by artistic solo ists are feature of Kiler's King of the Cattle Rtnf. Hand con cert noon and night. County Judge Lionel 1!. Wchster of Multnomah county was in the city Monday. He if att 'tiding circuit COtirl at Yule. Attorneys Hrookc, Mcdona gill, Snliss, Biggs, bees and District Attorney McCulloch are in Yale uttending circuit court. Arthur Moody and Clint Trow took their departure Tuesday evening for Co...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 September 1909

On ta rio Argus. PUBLISHED KVKRY IMRDAY. 1909SEPTEMBERS903 COLUMBIA Boost for Ontario SuiTHimLwfpjiupl J. S. CLARK AUTO GO. I Wm. riiiKimiv. I ..llior mil lroirletnr. V WW5V ro6MirVWW 8 9 tOfl ?j I I Fntt'ir.1 in tin- I'ci-I. .Hire nt Ontnri", Orwodi tor trsuumtaatoii thrmiuli Im mails' us sen mil rliis mutter. UMOBIFTIONi One Year. 81k Months. trletly la Advance. f to 90 RAILROADS NGAGE IN SPEED WAR TRAIN Will- MAM K.MT flMfl TO COAST. 12 13 14 1516 19 2021 2223 242 l- " -i -.-.. - ! iwj&im 17 18 NORTH POLE HERO MAIL CONTRACTS INVOLVED Klght liiHiiKiimlrtl by Hill l.lnn In Onlrr In lorilll tin' HI. l-iii.l l(..n.l. Chicago. 8eit. , WIipii tin- III U IIiivh nniiiiiiiiied a few iliiys hk Dint thoy VMM lu, i tin limns off t he fastest llinc liiuwi'iu CIiIi.ik" anil the North Pacini- t'n.mt iiulnta they InauKiiratcil a kh-imI war that ha spn-uil over t)i' entire transeontlncn tal railway map In tin- HniitliweHt territory. the tlalit I on tor the mall contract The Hunt a IV propone ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 September 1909

T . V i. r i Malheur I f I s I I i s 1 Or I I v.- it i 8 I f I I I S I I I Fall and Winter Line of Dry Goods and Furnishings. Mercantile Company. Will Show the Best Line of Merchandise Ever Brouffht to Ontario this Fall J WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION. 4HHHHr4-W E. A. FRASER, Malinger T PI PI I 0 MI YOUR OWN HOME KUY A LOT IN 7a hi vui aence quarter , . -A town in East- on. re $75 a lot and on easy terms. Are Pising Fast. FARM LANDS We have farm I'roperty of every description for ale on terms to suit you. Productive ranches ran bo purchased at bedrock prices, hut I ami will rise as the Irrigation Projects advance to ward completion. OIL LANDS The best experts endorse the Malheur OIK field which in now being thoroughly prospected with big Standard Riga. We can tell you claims now that will bo above price when the oil is struck. CJet in on the ground lloor! Valeftealtu 4 Mvestment 5. h Drexel HoLl Building. I VALE OREGON . V1N 0 1 w NcLS0N'S ! W t m f 1 m m 1 IT m t 1 m m m 'A m I m i Keep...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 September 1909

7 - NEW G Harriman Dead it The Siege of Jericho" OP STATED IN BRIEF GREATEST FEATURE OF THE GREATEST rf V IDAHO INTER-MOUNTAIN FAIR. Boise, Oct. 11 to 16 inclusive. 300 people required in the rust. This great event ooeti iii.inv tnouMtid ofdollan t produce. nununto hkomci-e STATK ll.l'l'KMX(JH, OP Our Dew fftllftoodl are arriving daily and we have some of the best lines ever shown in Ontario. Among the latest are the new Tailored waisls, a full line of Hoy's, Children's and Ladies' shoes. OODS NEWS OREGON gaaajatfkL - ggS Haw uttkgffcrB f L HOSE A new line of hose we are selling at 15c for boys and girls. Heals anything ever shown in the town, see them in our window, ex amine them, they are winners. CLOTHING We arc showing the swellest line of Men and Hoy's Clothing for the money you ever saw, we beat them all when it comes to selling good clothes cheap. That's our Motto "Good Clothes (heap." Drop in and let us show you. It pays to trade with RADER BROS. LAMPKIN STATE FAIR SOON TO O...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 September 1909

-( 3 ; v V (eHffttri Don't forget That We Do all kinds of Printing at the Argus Office. v$m BOOST For the Malheur Project. Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. s win VOLUME XIII ONTARIO, OBEOON, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17 1909. Ni'MlH'.i: : 1 m WHSBBSB Local News. Attend the band dance tonight. Wilson-Duffy Drug Co. All kinds of drugs. And Manager Millikin of the opera house found it on the floor. Ladies, Scarfs in all new lines; let us show vou the styles. M. M. Co. Louis Bnrtoni is down from Wcstfall. lie brought his son Johnny to Ontario to attend school. M. Alexander, president of the First National Rank, wn n business visitor to the city on Monday. Tho hrick work on the new Hover block bus commenced and the structure will soon be completed. Sen our new line nlks SI!. inch wide; every yard guaranted, all sh i es;(ho best showing silk" in town. M. ML Co. A Boise woman is asking for a divorce from her husband on tho ground that he "acts like the devil " Poor man. Mrs. T. T. Kohou...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 September 1909

f Q Ontario Argus. "pubhshkiTkvkry FIEDAY. Win. l'liiKlioll. Kititor Mi Proprietor. Kntcici in die fotofflea t Ontario Oregon, lot t i:iiiHiniHniiti tliroiivtli tin nmiTo ns MOond tUM mutter. lOBflOBtFTIONi One Year. ' " Hix Month. strictly in AiIvim us Yi ARCTIC t it n WIIX IVK COM Htt AH DIHCOYKIIKH. SCHLEY DEFENDS COOK Iiiillruting Rfcff Not Solid for Peary. 0txn Nvvrnm Itjr t'ook'x Wrarltjr. New York, Seiit. 14.- With Dr. Cook homeward bound and I 'om nia n tier I'eury In touiii with the cor r'pipiidi'iilx, two swelling Ktreiims of ronfllciliiR iiffli million are centered on a rlly already boilliiK over. Com ment and i-iliii i in lack nothing of their prevloiiH ncldlty. I'revloiiH afRUmptlun that iiiiimntuler I ' :i r y would Imve the Culled Stiiton Navy solidly behind' him wan not borne out In a letter from Hear-Admlial Schley, made public by Captain II. 8. ii-bon. ecrctnry of the Art tie Club of America, of which lr. Ci.uk Ih a member. The letter, under date of September 11, 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. — 17 September 1909

-1 is 1 OT " Fall and Winter Line of Dry Goods and Furnishings. Will Show the Best Line of Merchandise Ever Brought to Ontario this Fall WE INVITE YOUR ATTENTION. JHr Malheur Mercantile Company. E. A FRASER, Manager ,. r ,J TOUR OWN HOME IU-Y A LOT IN NELSON'S '"Mill I Mi esidence quarter he best town in East reon. ' re $75 a lot and c n easy terms. .. re Rising Fast. M LANDS rtv of i'Vitv description . Productive ranches "..k juices, hut land i I'rojt'cts advance to- I AIDS Morse tlu Malheur Oil ing thoroughly prospected gg, Wo can Hell you claims I In boV0 price when the oil II . i,i on the ground door! jakSizaltii 4 investment $. Drexel Hotel Building. VALE OREGON a i !f f m in I I i if m (f 1 I m m f I if if if if w G L KINO. U S Commissioner. All kindi of land filings and li iki I proofs ran now M niadi In-fore (iillx'rt I.. King, V, S commissioner. Office In Onta rio Natinnul Ilnnk htiililing, On-, turio, Ore Hl'MMoNH In tin' Justice Court for t lie Dielrlot of Ontario, I iill...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 September 1909

r s I NEWG P mn M Bk Utl3 Our new fall goods arc fcfriving daily and we liave some of the best lines ever shown in Ontario. Among the latest are the new Tailored waists, Q full line of Hoy's, Children's ami Ladies' shoes. NEWS OREGON HOSE A new line o( hose we are Belling a! 15c for hoys and girls. Beats Anything ever shown iii the town, see them in our window, ex amine them, they are winners. CLOTHING We are showing the swelled line of Men and Hoy's Clothing for the money you ever saw, we heat them all when It comes to selling good clothes cheap. That's our Motto "Good Clothes (heap.'' Drop in and let us show you. It pays to trade with RADER BROS. LAMPKIN OF STATED IN BRIEF TKI.KORAIMIIC THRONirLE OF 8TATK IIAI'I'KMNiJS. STATE'S MONEY NEAR GONE I 'mills for mi. -1. ii 'oimnWitlon at A.-V.-r. Are MM ii. Ink I vllllllsl.il. NEW FALL Salem. .TikIrIhk from the rate at which the Ori'Knn CoiniiilsHlonerii to the A.-Y.-P. i M"' "I"" are spc-nilliiK the state's nionry appropriated for the ...

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