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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1915)
IHK ONTARIO ATW"-. TKUrW AY. MARCH K, 1915.
AY. MARCH 18. 1916.
ROWERS OF ,VJ. TOS !
Now is the time to-plant Pansy Plants Daisies,
Shasta Daisies, Golden Glow, Paeonies, Phlox.
Bleeding Hearts and Forget-me-nots.
Leave your orders here for
your Easter Flowers. Potted
Hyacinths, Tulips and
For Cut Flowers
Carnations, per doz 85e.
Roses, per doz $2.10
Daffodills, per doz 85c.
Tulips, per doz 85c.
Violets, per bunch 50c.
Sweet Peas, bunch, 30c.
The Ontario Floral Company
Rich Silks For Spring & Summer Apparel
Htadquarton at .runs oiiu-v
r Avn i
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The ever-increasing demand for silks is be
ing met at this store by broadly comprehensive
assortments of these, the most coveted of all
fabrics for women's apparel. Our silk depart
ment is well prepared to supply you with any
sort of silks you require. The most recent nov
elties are here, as well as the staple weaves and
colors that are always fashionable. Not the
least interesting feature of this display is the
low prices that prevail.
CREPE DE CHINES
A large collection, including all colors
40 inches wide. Prices
$1.50 and $2.00
A popular material for Spring and
Summer. All olofl are here.
Price 50c. Yard
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Fruit Growtfl Hold
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apples i if Hi'., tn in storage, Tbi
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rout. . .1 till eastern hlppinj Ii i
. 1 1 . 4 j i now t i in tlir
Atlanta cowl bj I
from Hood Hive., W'liali I ami
akima, lint from this district it I .
littl ' nMIn I. Ii ,i b
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( mini . tion Mr. I'imIki . 1 1 lli:tl 111.
fall l pie or hlir II I
I h uii' bo
: ettej is solas ti try an txptrimtnl tlona. Finally tat Buropaaa war cut
in BsJllf, ., i i. ii. i In- HUM MM I thl dOWl the fruit alai I'lir-linlf, nl-
box ami padriag the apples la tin thoujrh the shipment this yrnr WON
orchard b) tin shore named method five times those of hint year. Thin
in thin v. there will bt a train oi Wi. ini', though, to the tapai
about twenty i nt oa each boa la golnad in the flrat year's marketing.
the cheaper crate and 'the wray of ' i oparatloa la fraitgrowlag ami
i. .Mo all tin' pplos, hould dlatrlbuttag la proving a in
the different onae and will solve all tha prob
;,,n. .. b M MOa as . .
:i long a fruit-
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In tl iy i mi ii. ai ol
Kpenaa Id i' till ilnatod ai
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COUNTY SCHOOL NOTKS.
lour pupils in the Crowley Hchool
have moile tin average of 100 in de
portment for three months. Thai
are Jack r'ailier. Blanche
i ..ii" r. George Parbor aad I
Madariat-ti. In thin name Hchnol
War in McHargaa bat aoi bata ab-
not tare.' tl i h he walk- :.
Twonty-flve copi ba outline.-
.u .' ,, , BJ .. . "I'll.
I . !'" . " which in th.
eved tin desired result.1 lintendi nt' Thi e will be
srltool. TTiej will he in mIh ol ajruin
ni'ti tncir moiner returns rrom
I 'ark Note.
' - ' 'I I'1' '-' .It . u , ,.. 1 ' M" ' a,'k
he) ran gel the unit nt tn I to tin first twenty-five ttarhi
prum t meeti
. . , o n price. I lie only solution ii- to; i '.'iiji's'.imk them" .. , ,,
I to the Imx n . .. ,;,. , ... l . Man " Ml1-
. an. I lnl In the contract, lie- il.iti or the ' hers
I ast year, Mr. Put I, .
Mr. l'liih.im related many other in- examination are June .".() to July
tin- orchard, Jumble pack, with the bad year for fruit growei . ,!s of the business, and These dates are. about three
top layer toraa ay Thl fire and fill oral rea one. In the first place the everyone present got soma valuable
method will live lots of eense tunl fruit wa net in n good a rondltloa Ideal for the coming year.
is just whal the south demand, and as formerly. Than the rath, oui , ... .-,,,. ... ,
. . ., , , FOR -v-M I Foulouee :oose cj-j-s
the stmt Ii is out In or I htil nUit. was flnanc a y ie- ,. u r n si ...
.,.,,. .. nt 10 cents ( ui i. U.iliirt (
rarlatj lac i i with thl I rcounl o ndi- ,. , h , , , ,.,,,
For Next Saturday
75 Mens Hats
Prices from $2.50 to ; )0
Only $1.00 Each
Saturday, March 27th, Only
Mr lheur Merc.
later than usual and till teachers
la i tie- ! baage in ssJad.
Kotos I loin IMstrict No a, Ironside.
School In this distriit will continue
for another month.
Alva VanHtiren, Klnn r Ra . Kllis
Howard, and n of the (fan I
grad have I n proinoteil to Xha
eoaond grade. Haaal Howard hnsi
.nil grack work and i
,. i the tl rd
Mi. Wise, Mr. Y nUmei), Gladys
M l Boara have
.! I. is of the II
) ' s,.((l I
I , are
Kmnuit Ma.. Get
n'l'iitimi ! from '
National Deficit Estimate Is Cut.
Wiisliiniiloti. i 'liiiit'tnan Simmons,
Of the senate llunlne eoiauiillee, look
Issue With prophotl of a larKe tr.as-
boys, of tlii vihool are gettinif ury deficit, in a statement. siiing his
tin se dayt praetielag lavaatigattoai at the traaeur) aaaa
ball. They have hopes of devaloptng eOBViaood him that the aoflolt wllluot
am. I aiceed tNtOOOM
Than are tl pupil- moiled in the j
I ark school now and ev, r.il have I. ft Vies President at San Francisco Fair.
school iviontly. Our nn teacher ls Ban rr.nulsi o. Cal. The pnmrtun
In "' pi. it; littsy. of fesihltliH which had bei n reserved
Two new pupil- were en rolled Inst for Preaideni Pllaoa blasaoll aa tho
waoh, tiny are I.yle and II In (irlf occasion of his vlalt to the I'atiumu-
n of Payatta. Paatfk eapoalUoa, was held in honor
The Parh Mhutrial Club held theii of his official representative, when
njr at the school hoii-. rTSSJlaOal IIikiiiiis U. .Marshall
There were fourteen reached UM Dttj
present. Another meeting: will be
held I week from Saturday. All of the
pupil, are inten t .1 in the industrial
In aa arithmetic eattl ft held I ii
day, Rath Anderson and Margaret
Williams were the captains.
William Fugle m I . ad Ar
thur Connor mlasnl school Thf
TRADE IS BECOMING NORMAL!
Revival Sean In all Lines and Big
Machinery Orders In.
Chicago. Trad In general lines alt
OVaC QM Itrj has shown season-
able Impr M'i:ictil. RBftfraraglag re-
ii aat ttaaa of the
oountr) i i i liters of
hi this .
April -mi.. Most of the boya audi ' ';" iaoraan
grrhl are growing anxiona for s i" '"" ' ' ,""" clearings at the
.uitiirii . Qiera.
.,.,., ,:i T, ..... i irmous oilers tor auchlnorj ara
,inv in- in at. i on. both
i i. wa ri i nuer on i it school
' neo M help with tl
Althouj h tli i, are a go
i the countr) .
' for il I foreign iunt
Daasiataaable evidenoa ol strong
tiliderlyliu o.iiiil, nee that real busl-ue-s
ni - Ky -v 111 colli. ' lute I
to bj baaki n to ii t tha
. : i
BpolHat ,:,' Bato.
An old-f bee will
i ! mail a i.
. .1 to the i m at ihe Hi. h lehool Kv
".,1-d oi county ' ' '- ri : Pridaj eveninj tprfl Pth.
of aty. A; ,v.i) contesUnts from the
I te hlphet
nd the two local bank.-'
In tl to c n oaefa I '' rt0
r ll,. .,,vl
Charles Frsncls Adams Dead.
faahtagtoa Charlaa Ptaaoti
ai. uii-. foraw r prealdi it ! the Uaioa
Paelflfl rn.lioad, dieil here of lirou
chltis. lie wis a tr. at grandson Of
lellt JOhl llilsoll of
i.i John Qutaoy Adams uud a
soa "i I aerial Francis Adittns, minis
ter to Ureal liritaln In the Civil War
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Notice ai Uoosl'Road Pay,
.. Is da
i VI .iln ur.
i that i'vht raaJdi
.1 in b
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!'. ball to :;
M GEO. W. McKMGHT
h 10. the Masonic hall ' CoU!lty ,udg
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nttttttttt Waste your time and labor planting seeds
not acclimated to our conditions of soil and
elimete? Plant the best, that's Burbank's, and you
may be sure of results.
To introduce them we will $1.80
worth of Burbank Flower Seeds for
$1.00 Next Saturday.
THE ONTARIO PHARMACY
THE CORNER DRUG STORE