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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 February 1915

1 TWO THE ON'TARIO AROUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVEKY THUK8DAT Kt r"i in the .t.ti.M,.-.- tit Ontario, Orniron, for transmiMio through the utla Mcnncl-olM matter. W. C. MARSH What Intercut Have the People in Railroad Oppression? The Dalles business DID gave a cordial welcome re cently to O. VV. i. A N. officials :uil protested against fur ther legislation to burden public carriers. As a result of good feeling- displayed $900,000 is to be expended enlarging the railroad shops at The Dalles, There is not a city in Washington or Oregon would not do its utmost to get Midi I payroll As Industrial investors and employers of labor the railroads alone ask no subsidies for benefiting a community. Railroad extension in the Pacific northwest must be made with eastern capital which can only be secured if in vestments already made are profitable. Few people know how rich a held for political explor ation the railroads have become of late yearn. Here are the fac...

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. — 18 February 1915

. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL THE ONTARIO AR0U8, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1015. THRFR CHARLES C. ZWEIGART Attorny-At-Law Wilson Building - Ontario, Ore, JJR. W. 6. HOWE Telephone No. 7U2 DBNTI8T Firet National Bank Building j)RS. PRINZIN6 &. WEESE Ontario, Oregon Office in NewWiln Block. D" . D. C. BRETT Dentist Office 2nd door eaat of OnUrio Phar macy on Nevada Arenua Near R R Depot JjcCUlLOCH & WOOD LAWYBR8 Rooms 1-2-3 Firat Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ontano, Oregon McGONAGILI. Attorney at Law Will Practice in All Courta NoUry Public. Office Over PoBtofflce JRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS MEET ALL TRAINS JOHN LAND1NGHAM 0 I. COLCORD, M. D. Office in New Wilson Block Ontario - Oregon Taft Rapa Referendum. Detroit. "The Initiative, the refer endum and the recall are a complete negation of the representative system established by the Pilgrims and Puri tans," declared ex-President Taft In an address at the annual dinner of the New England Society of Detroit. IESLIEJ. AKER Lawyer Room 9. First...

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. — 18 February 1915

rouit THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSD AY, FEBRUARY 18, IMS. I ntosilK, OREGON. Jesse Lawrence of I'nlty Ih a visitor kt the Jim Elms home. Mrs. M. A. Van Ilium and son Enrl g-prnt Sunday at Hip Stan Van Huron home. Miss LMM Elms of t'nlty Ih a guest fet her slater's. Mrs. Walter Hlnton. Roy Duncan returned from a brief Vlalt tn Ontario on Thursday. J. N. Woodcock Is visiting with his illy In Maker. SIR DAVID BEATTY Mr. Oeo. Morton and wife drore In from Ixt Valley Sunday on business. The masquerade ball at Malheur on FYlday. Hip 12th, waa attended by many from here. The veterinary, W. O. Hyke, of Hro ajan, was in the vicinity last of the reek looking after stock buslnpss. Karl Lofton mailp a trio to lliogan n Saturday. Ike Dean, who has been gbttBt from the vicinity for some time, returned Saturday. J. II Ross, who has been quite III, i much recovered. Mert Knlghten or Westfnll on Saturday on businesH. arrived Chat Hoswell of Rrogan was a vlaltor at the F. W. Smith home Batur- W. R. Uifto...

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. — 18 February 1915

riVK The PALM OLIVE SOAP FREE Ontario Pharmacy Corner Drug Store FOR A SHORT TIME WITH EACH JAR OF PALM OLIVE CREAM, AT 50c WE ARE GIVING FREE 3 CAKES OF PALM OLIVE SOAP THE ONTARIO A ROUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1015. 4 LOCAL NEWS R. day. W. Gardner went to Nyssa Tues- Hen Crummett went to Welser Mon day. L. J. Aker returned lant Friday from La Grande. Mrs. D. E. Baker arrived Tuesday from Portland. Arthur Moody wan in Ontario the first part of the week. Mrs. W. W. Letaon returned yester day from her trip in the East. For Sale or Trade -A Mortgage. Box 412. Ontario. ti-tf , MYa. A. W. Athey went to Parma, Wednesday, for a few daya Tisit. Mrs. I,. A. Adam went to Boise, Wednesday. Stater Auirustine returned to Callfor. nia thin week. WANTED Furnished house-keeping rooms or furnished house. Address C ogre Argus Office. Dressmaking done by Mr Strickland and' Mi a Owens. Phone T?9N1 A-2tp a Miss Ethel Hyslop visited over Sun day: with her parents on Dead Ox flat. McDowell saves you meh...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 February 1915

x THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. '0 Residents of the Ontario, Payette, New Plymouth, Emmett, Weiser, Nyssa. Parma Districts RELIABLE, LOW COST ELECTRIC SERVICE For Irrigating, Lighting And General Power Purposes, Will Be Furnished By Idaho Power & Light Company (FORMERLY BEAVER RIVER POWER COMPANY) IN AMPLE TIME FOR THE 1915 IRRIGATION SEASON The new policy of Idaho I'tfblic Utilities ('ommis Hion granting relief to communities inadequately serv ed with electric power at unreasonably high rates, will enable us to build our lines into your territory and to exercise the franchise granted us by the coun cils of your various cities Because you have been unfortunate enough to live in a non-competitive territory, you have been com pelled to pay about forty per cent more for electric service than your neighbors in Caldwell and Boise territory. Following this announcement will undoubtedly come promises of reduced rates and improved service but you should not forget the ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 February 1915

Bivm LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FKRRUARY 18, 19tr. I i Eatray Notice There came to rny place about nine miles south-west of Weiser about Dec ember 15th, 1914. One black hone about 14 years old. Right hind foot white, star in forehead, little white on nose, no other marks or brands. Owner may secure his property by proving ownership, paying for this not ice and the animal's keep. Addreaa: C. Williams, Weiser, Idaho, postoffice box No. 63. 4-t In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Malheur. In the Matter of the Estate of Frank lin H. Lackey, Deceased. Citation: To James A. Lackey, Andrew M. Lackey, Amos A. Lackey, John Mur phy, Frank Murphy, Susan H. Lackey, John Lackey, Bettie Lackey Cox, Sal lie Lackey McNee, Charles Lackey, Grace Lackey, and Andrella Lackey, being all the heirs of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, and to all other per sons interested in the estate of the said deceased. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF ORBQONl and under and...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 18 February 1915

EIGHT THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSO AY, FEBRUARY lfl, 1915. AT HORNERS BAKERY you can get a Steak or Chops at any hour in the clay. We have opened a Short Order Cafe in connection with our Bakery. Now that flour is high we are selling more Kream Knist Bread every day. Once tried always used. Ask your gro cer for a loaf of Kream Krust when ordering your groceries. HORNER'S BAKERY ONTARIO, OREGON MAINE MEMORIAL .. Z ' ' ' .'''" Ojs Ucnls mill I'lilrnts. nicd in Hi' eouat) 'iiis niiifi n. .in K. I.. v. to !- b, 19, l16: i . s . in Siinnii ! i: BlftJ lock Nil of sv,. si'. sw4. ji;-ji-j7, Oct B, i!'i I. H. A. to SW, N',. SI ',. 2B-21-37 Siiiiniii I Blayloeft Ki li NKV. NWfc Auis. 14, i i Ihiviil N. Turner to Samuel K. Illaylock K'i NK",. HW'4 KV, 34; NWV4 NWH, :tr.-2l-27. IBM 10, Itltl H, too, niiin.ii McOIbbIi i rlr. tu tay nard Redmond NW'4 Hi IM0-40, Her Hi, Hill. $1.' Slate if Orewn '" Maud Wham bcrger SW'i NV',. W' s'. 2:i I7-4C,, Dee. 4. 1914; $700. J. I- JB4Mi m W. II. Snyder H'4 flit...

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. — 25 February 1915

1 . Ontario is in the Centre of the Great Snake River Valley Corn Belt. ttm The Produce from 15,000,000 acre is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. VOLUME XVIIV THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. NO. 8 (LNtttri m WARN SPRINGS WAS NOT Deschutes Designated by Secretary Because Warm Spring Report Not in LEGISLATURE FAILS TO ACT Appropriation by Congress was not Matched by State And Is Not Available News to the effort thnt Secretary Lane of the Interim d pai iincnt Int. '! Ignatcd the Deschutes project In Crook county, an the one for which he wishes congress to appropriate $i .".'"hi. tuts cuMSf ij no consternation In Malheur county, There are sev eral causes which led the secretary to di - iKii.ii' this project, chief among which was the fact that the sur veyor's report on the Warm Springs project in Malheur county Is not yet completed and therefore not In any shape to receive official recognition by ...

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. — 25 February 1915

TWO THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1915. THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLiHHED EVEKY THUK8DAT Entered in the poof office Rt Ontario, Oregon, for tranniBio thronnh the umilHim iwoml-oiaM matter. " ' W. C. MARSH P A Comparison of Possibilities Possibilities for the farmers of the Snake River Val ley, of which Ontario is the center, are set forth in an article published hi the Sunset Magazine for February. The story tells of the success of a farmer in the Boise Val ley, a Motion with a higher altitude than the Snake River Valley, and consequently with seasons not so favorable. The nature of the soil is claimed to be better in this sec tion, and taken all in all, the farmer of the Snake River Valley works under more favorable natural conditions, than his neighbor in the Boise Valley. The article follows: The Plant Wizard of Idaho Up in sunny southern Idaho thro in a man Who with the assist ance of his wife, is doing a work for Iht real ami lusting hem lit nf humanity Hint is second onl...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 February 1915

" I . ' BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CHARLES C. ZWEIGART Attorney- At-Law Wilson Building Ontario, Or. THK ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 19ir. McGONAGILL Attorney at Law Will Practice in All Courts JR. W. 6. HOWE Telephone No. 732 Dentist First National Bank Building Pceda nnd PafonM. Recorded in the county clerk's or ifice from Feb. to 20, 1M5: tT. S. A. to Monroe M. Hancock SWVi NEK lots 1-2. Sec. 23: lot L Notary Public. Office Over Postoft.ee Sec. 24-15-45, Feb. 3, 1915. ii I Murdock McDonald, et ux to C. C. i Smith THREE vs. Bessie Mne Albert R Price Price; dlvorcs, MnrriaRe licenses week: John Price to Annie Davis, Feb. 20 1915. issued V ANSFER, BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS MEET ALL TRAINS john:landingham RS. PRINZIN6 ft, WEESE Ontario, Oregon Office in New WiWn Block. Mil . C. BREn D I. COLCORD, M. D. Office in New Wilson Block Ontario WV4 WH, 20-19-47, Jan. 18.1 1915; $50. Claude J. Musselman et ux, to Or son It. Smith NW4 NE NE, 29-15-47, Feb. 15, 1915; $600. Ontario Urn! Towns...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 February 1915

tour THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1915. SAN FRANCISCO OPENS HER GA TES TO WORLD Thousands Throng Pleasure Palaces on the Opening Day, February 20th. Wonderful Exhibits From All Lands Show the World's Best Progress From Beginning to End Magnificent Panama Pacific Internation Superb Education! and Entertainment al Exposition Will Abound With Featurea. By HAMILTON WRIOHT. TIB -ni.-r rii--tla Of th Tint Faun ma Pacific International Kxpoaltlou at Ban Francisco wii 06 par cent completed rxtr. month before the opening day, a ret. 20. IBID. Tim eriv Installa tion of thousand! of fin f rare and otly exhibits from all parta of the (lobe and tha participation of forty of tb. world'a great coantrtee Un. aaaur ad a celebration tbat will bo unrlraled to It splendor, magnitude. Interest and comprchenlvene. Kri.tn its opening nntti tta cloa. on Dae. 4. 1015. tha Kipesritlon will bound with original features collect ed at aa expenditure af many million f dollars. It will prearnt a oroa...

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. — 25 February 1915

Vc t: H THK ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1015. FIVE njhe The Ontario Pharmacy We are agents for the Spalding Sh'3 of Athletic Goods. Come in Gorner Drug Store and see the new articles for this spring. W yt LJ Si i LOCAL NEWS I I I U for Sale or Trade A Mortgage. BJt4l2, 1 A. F Ontario. 6-tf V. Fraser went to Boise Tueiday. W. It. Shlnn went to Vale Friday. .John Wood went to Riverside Mon day. Charted Peterson went to Riverside Mojoday. J. D. Bllllngsler weat to Harper Monday jjharles Meeker returned from Nam pa last Friday. Mrs. A. Friday. M. Lackey went to Payette J. T. McNulty spent Friday In Pay ette. las Verna Jaqulsh went to Bola Friday niorn.na, W. K. l. i made a trip to Vale Fri day. I .i" C. Burets rt was a Vale visitor JUll J ill Jones of near Jnntura, arrived it) town Tuesday. Vl'RNISHED rooms for' rent. Mrs. IQckson. Villa Park. ' 7-2tp t Rain went to Parma Wednes- Mra. ttcne Lyalls went to Rotaa VPedaesday. WANTED- Furnished house-keep- roomsjor furnished house...

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. — 25 February 1915

FO & i i THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE IDAHO-OREGON PLANT: In our letter to you of February 1, we stated: "Wo are not here to oxploit the community. We wish to save our investment and keep it in this section, and desiro only a fair return thereon. Be yond that we wish the people to have the benefit in good service at fair rates." By "fair rates" referred to in that letter, we showed that we believed the present rates were not fair to you, (but wo had nothing to do with creat ing or establishing these rates,) and our intent was to give you a fair rate as soon as the sale was con firmed by the Court and the property turned over to us. The people who are now offering "reduced rates" and informing you that you do not enjoy the same rates as your neighbors, are the very people who had control of and managed the Idaho Oregon Light and Power Company before it was put in the hands of the Receiver, and they are re ponsible for the rates you are n...

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. — 25 February 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAt. FEBRUARY 25. IftlB. LEGAL NOTICES In Ihe County Court of the State of Oregon tor the County of Malheur. In the Matter of the Estate of Frank lin H. Lackey, Deceased. Citation : To JaineB A. Lackey, Andrew M. Lackey, Amos A. Lackey, John Mur phy, Frank Murphy, Susan H. Lackey, John Lackey, Bettie Lackey Cox, Sal lie Lackey McNee. Charles Lackey, Grace Lackey, and Andrella Lackey, being all the heirs of Franklin H. Lackey, deceased, and to all other per sons interested in the estate of the said deceased. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: and under and by virtue of an order of the Honorable George W. McKnight, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon in and for the County of Malheur, duly made and en REVK!f LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PROPOSAL To Issue and Sell 130.000 Oold Bond of and by Mnlhcur Conntj. Oregon, Issued for Ihe Construction of Per manent lioads Therein aud Inviting Bids Therefor. STATE OK OREGON, County of Malheur, ss. Pursuant to the ...

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. — 25 February 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2o, 1915. EIGHT id it) Wf ec to ha tai at ed K Hoi l Of in wc co' or Ml P Oi in. il, tfr 'II ih Hi hi i-l c.t tfa di aii .... to th rt th tl o in EGG CANDLER 1$ INVENTED BY BOYER A limit four win neo the Hoyrr BfO . collectively. Invented nn pu'K cnndler which has nil (ho Bid methods faded to a whisper. Instead of getting in a dark room with a sperm candle and ifghtlBI through the eggs one at a time to see If they will he suitable for greeting obnoxious orators or not, :i person nn now stand In hroad day light ' T examine six dozen eggs at a itaat It I ' ne of the most useful Inven tions around a grocery store that has i' hi en devised lloycr Urns, have Operated. (MM for four years and all Hi that come into the store are (liptKrcl Into a tray, the tray slipped iiiin a liny, a light In the top 9 the DM tiirnid on and a mirror in the Wtom of the boa tells what Is the condition nt i'. i i', egg, Win ti nn' is familial ADVANCE REPORT OE with the ran...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 4 March 1915

IMP I I r M H M i . J BSg'tO held Feb. 13 TEN PER CENT DAY" IN ONTARIO SATURDAY THE ONTARIO ARGUS Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. OLUME XVIIV - THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY MARCH 4, JM5 NO. f) $M I. W. HAY EXTEND ITS LINE TO ij: i;,.u l,;,.i 'rcscni iiiuitnuuiio m. ...... to Early Continuation of New Road 1ST WILL BE NORMAL rWth of Proposed Exten sion is 17 Miles--Sur-uyors at Work j,l , ih. ). W. U. & N. (ll .Hiitniii" into Banff villi. if urng th. coming : timmcr, tin1 guincd , t I... I lli.it a surveying crew i. w working w.-t "'" 1;,v' raid, anil in- .i locaiiy is w hh thgt, unit .-""I' uuforsccn ob- Ll iv PIJ WUl extend IM,. i far us llurrimiin, vi few months. Hurri- .'.-. ,', mil. : Riverside, lil tin 1. 1. ..I I" '.I U. that point MM I'" Mtnctod ai a comparatively low it it i said ih.' only heavy grad- L i In in tin CmM creek canyon. In speaking "f railroad activity for If .-ar, tlir .lunturu Time- Iv - iii following) That tlv 0....

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. — 4 March 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1M6 TWO THE ONTARIO ARGUS NOW is THE TIME TO SWAT THE FLY, The Millinery & Art Store Has Hats That Are Stylish Your hut i ono feature (f your ittlre which limply must ho correct in ulylo. A splendid variety ofehajpeggnd trimmed hats await your Inspection at our store. If you have i 1 mind sonic par, tenia Ideal about trimming tell u about them ami we will he glad to entry out your plan. Our Motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits" I'm la Sam la waging relentless war on the deadly housefly ami in lata hi, prepared by Um Departnttm of Agriculture, valuable Information i - on the beat meani of combaUng thii deadly pest. Tha moal effective way of exterminating the fly, aecordlng to Um bulletin, la to eradicate his breeding placed Tha breeding Meson of Um fly begina early In March and continuei throughoul Um ipring ami lummer months. All dlri ahoaM ba re d from the premleea, itablea di ined and deaaying vegetables destroyed. The fly ha rightly be...

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. — 4 March 1915

I III I III H MM ZZr2.Zrrr: .- .. .,l, ,Egl4Mi THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4. 1011 : : v "j, T'rvNyvr'T'wr v 1" : MARCH . 6th . 10 percent Day MARCH . 6th . 10 per cent Day - I' h J BY ONTARIO MERCHANTS On $400,000 worth of Merchandise, consisting of every stock in the city. On SATURDAY, MARCH 6th, the prices will be battered down. On this day every Merchant, Mechanic or Professional Man will sell any or every article in the city; do any kind or class of work at the substantial reduction of 10 per cent. This means the big saving of $5000 to the people who will come to Ontario on this day. From a paper of pins to a ladyH tailored suit; from a box of tacks to a kitchen range, or the largest farm implement; from a box of matches to a ton of flour; from one board to a load of coal or a house bill; from a Wienerwurst to a quarter of beef; from a dollar watch to a diamond ring; from a box of pills to the largest bottle in town; from a kitchen chair to a parlor set; from a dog colla...

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. — 4 March 1915

THF, ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH 4, 191K FOUR Tie Afeu? Dress Goods For Spring Are In The Two Most Fashionable Fabrics of the Season Serges and Garbardines are here in Big Variety of Grades and All Colors.. j Serges 50c to $1.25 yard Garbadines $1.00 per yard 1 . " T ili" . If you have looked forward to seeing wool dress goods of unusual beauty and originality for the new season you will not be disappointed. In weave coloring and pattern these fabrics will undoubtedly prove even more satisfactory than you expect they are superb! They appear to much better advantage when made up into garments, of course. A general idea of what is most favored may be gained from the following. Owing to the change in silhoutte slightly stiff er weaves r.nd finishes are adopted in addition to the i mre staple fabrics of soft finish, serges, crabardines, checks, coverts, poplins and Barathea weaves are the favoriates. Colon ore of neutral and soft character such as sand, putty and trn. Perc black p.nd...

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. — 4 March 1915

I III I I III! V P( .i.,k THK ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1916 FIVE n We are agents for the Spalding line of Athletic Goods. and see the new articles for this spring. Ontario Pharmacy Come in I The The Corner Drug Store I JOGAL NEWS W. V. U'tson wont Monday. 11 LIVE SOCIETY NEWS II to Juntura T-v our Top Notch Ice Cream. Hill's Pharmacy. j, tic I. yalls wont to Boise Wednos- !. II. II. TuBBf mulc u trip to River- . . .1' .1 I,. .' Mill' r.iiii-.-.ii. Kvii V.-mdi-rlioof return. ! to In t . .,t Vftta Tui'sday. :. ,, , I, Wood Httdt I trip to Cal.l well Monday. Dn alob wood for kindling at Van t . t .... .. . . Am ivti. 'I l.umuer . a.. woum . ,, . v, , ., , llln:- that MttOfl n ,,,! BCCll l" r . : i . 1 l.il SI. Patricks nlnht? V. Ilinton nnil Walter UK mm hi WANTED-At the K. S. and D Ranch, a good cow horse under 7 years Old. easy (raited, weighing over 1000 pounds, and must be gentle In every way. Black or Bay perfered. 8-2t Mrs. I). S. Rutherford visited her son, Dude Rutherf...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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