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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1918)
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Idey nnd Sitnnbr, March 1B-10
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Hhrstortona Mjaa Terry
FOR ITED STATES SENATOR
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ifltaii who doaa thlaga
9ho i n eorapllshed aomelhlng.
Who know how to work and gat
1H know a Oregon's nseda, ra
uairtuc ii u and rssourcss.
H baa the experience, knoal
Stfsn Sd hualnsss undaraUndlng.
'Bt. aa a aiate leglalator (or all
Bas already done uiurh or Ora-
ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918.
f par! tfcal asset the
BOOST FOI GAUACHIR
nyssa o rs mm
The Joarnel wlsnss to rtrtcw Ita
hearty appnrral of the tsBtatlrs can
didacy of P. J Oallarher (or the
loglaleture. No better man could
be eboaen to represent thla aectlon In
tha state legislature and the hearty
nndoraement of hit candidacy by
practically the entire press of tle
county ahowa that hi quallflcationii
for thla poaltlon are generally recog
nlisd. It la expected that a formal
announcement of hi candidacy will
be mada In a (ew days. Journal
Thua doea our Nyaaa contemporary
place Ita approval on the candidacy
if City Attorney Gallagher (or the
leglalature. That makeH it almoat
unanlmoua, so far aa the papera art;
concerned over I ha district, and per-
tonsl letter, too, Indicate that th?
folks want Pat to go to Salem for tho
average Individual oaa at th
ssrloae la a common esatt. It la not
tha rwtd Itself that Imam we oar wall
sslug. bat tha aevloaa dlaeaana which
It leada to. Consumption aaually
atart with a cold, or a euceesalon of
colds. It Is a germ disease, and
contracted when you have a cold. A
child that has a coM Is mora likely
to contra diphtheria or soadlst
fever than one who haa not. For
thla reason every cold should be re
garded aa a peril and gottsn rid o( aa
quickly as possible. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will help you throw
g-ajajaa-i I IS . I J
germ diseases are most llkaly to be It off. Try It.
I whuae ability
reby announce myaelf as a can-
Me tor tho office of Sheriff o( Mai-
Bounty, Oregon, aubject to tho
mtill the voters of ths Osmocrallc
1st tha primary nomtnaUng
to he held In Malheur oounty.
( Oregon, on tho ssvsntssnih
II. LEE NOK.
BAUD It 11 Ford Itoadater.
condition. B. B. Wood. tit
I'bCI TO BUY A (our horse
B. B. Wood, Ontario, phona
Ita Wyandotte exclusively. Eggs
Itching tl SO (or It. Chsrles
n, Ontario. -4t
KENT 4 -acre ranch; II
alfalfa, balanos in high stale
lvatlou Also 10-acra orchard.
laman, Brogan, Or. Adv.7.
rty Bonds now In our hands
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
HE AKUU8 PHONE it i
t'a Job Printing. You wish w
leans you Ws are resdy at ah
to quota prlcee on all yoai
High School Notes
The N. N. Club hsld an Invitation
party Friday evening, March 1st, at
ths home of Dortothy Turner. At
that time ths club socepted aa mem
bers Lola Howasr, Msrgarst Oram,
Delta Hill and Olsdya Overstrest.
The evening psssed pleasantly with
mualc, gamas and varloua Initiation
stunts sfter which delicious defresn-
ments were ssrvlsd by the bostsss
and Imt mother. Mrs. D. A. Turner.
The N. N.'s look forwsrd to msny
such enjoyable times In the future.
Rev. Livingston o( the Congrega
tional church adreaserl ths sssembly
lsat Thursday morning on the minis
try aa a profession Ths course of
Iscturss on ths different professions
la proving Interesting and instructive
Last Friday morning P. J. Oalla-
ghsr visited tha High School to en
list ths hslp of ths studsnts In task
ing ths coming Chautauqua a sucosaa.
Many of tha studsnts ars selling
tickets sad sll ars doing thslr bast
to ndvsrtiss and boost tha Chautauqua.
Frank Dorman Is back In school
again after a slogs of "liberty"
Following the usaal custom of ths
O. H. 8. Ssalors will sach write a
thsala of fifteen hundred words or
mora? The subject must be approv
al by ths faoalty.
Last Saturday aftsrnoon school
was dlsmlssad to glvs ths studsnts
snd members of the fsculty sn op
Dortuntty to sttsnd ths Red Cross
John ndell, S member of the aoph-
ouiors class, donassd s beautiful
bridle to ths Rsd Cross. The lsdles
thought ths bridle too good to be
sold at auction, so suggested thst
soma of tha high school girls ssll
chances on It. In thla way fifty dol
lars wsrs secured for the Ked Cross.
This wssk ths girls of ths Domes
tic Art department have a display of
tha garmenta thay have made for ths
Rod Cross In the window of Radar's
store. The garmenta are beautifully
made and reflect credit on the girls
and l heir instructor.
The Owaeliea, the High School
annual, is wall under wsy. Ths pic
tures have all been takan and some
of ths susravlngs are arriving. Ths
Argus hss been awarded ths con
tract (or printing tha book.
a M. Boucher, chairman school
committee o( ths local Rsd Cross, re-
porta the following as enrolled as
auxlllsriss: Owyhss, Mrs. W. Uuy
Thompson; Big Band, Miss Martha
Overetraet; Moore's Hollow, Psarl
Wallace; White Settlement. Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Roberts; Cslro, Mrs.
E. B. Conklln Tha above schools
and the Ontsrlo public schools bars
enrolled 100 per cent as members of
Last Thursday Dr. Wsaaa gave a
talk to tho O. H. 9. studaaU along tha
llass of msdlclns nnd nurelng as a
profession His talk was lntsrsatlng
as wsll aa bsnsfletnl to all who hsard
It. whether or not they wars think
tng o( taking up slthsr of thsss occu
lt parson who wlHully hoards
nscsssitles shall, upon sonvlstlon
f. bs fined not exceeding t00
lmprlsonsd for not mors than
years, or both. Necessities shall
aoemeu hoarded when either hsld. i
itractsd for, or arranges for by
person In a quantity in excess of
raaionabls requirements for ass
consumption for himself nnd de-
adents for a reasonable tlms. U.
f Food Administrates Act.
METHODIST CHURCH NOTE.
10:00 s. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. ni. -Preaching
Evangelist Oaborn of Seattle will
be prsssnt and will preach at both
services. In fast ha will firs the
opening guns for tha big "drive'
against aln that Is now going on In
this community. You will want to
witness the atart. ao be on hand at 11
Automobiles of Character
Hudson buper-Six, Velie
Buick and Oakland
You are taking no chances in buying one of
these well known machines, as they have proven
their worth by years of service.
SERVICE AND REPUBLIC TRUCKS f J
EASTERN OREGON AUTO CO.
f 1W allowa High School
Ontario High School
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP OF
HK.lt SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY EVENING, MAR. 15
WALLOWA HAS DEFEATED LA
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SEPH. ONTARIO HAS BEEN AWARDED
ths CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTH
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