The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, February 27, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE ONTARIO AROU8, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY' 27, 11
flip (jfottarifl Arfflio
GEO. K. AIKEN, Editor and Publisher.
Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon,
and entered at the Ontario post office for
distribution as 2nd class matter.
SUBSCRIPTIONS One Year $1.50
PAVE THE STREETS
Shall Ontario I'avc its streets' That
is the question to the lore these days, ami
MM that will receive the attention Of th
residents until it is answered.
Judging by the expressed opinions of
most of the business men, and that applies
too, to the heavy tax payers. Ontario should
answer the question in the affirmative. The
oulv difference of opinion seems to he on the
amount of paving that should be undertaken
at one time.
This is the proper time for the city to
consider paving its streets. As was pointc!
out at the recent meeting of the Oomtner
cial club by J. H. Hlaekaby, the city has now
an adequate water system, with mains cov
ering practically the entire city. The mv
erage system has been extended until tin
entire area is served, and with all the im
deiyround work done the next logical step
is to proceed to place an adequate turfsri
on the streets.
There is no need to recount the argil
incuts in favoring of paving. It must be
granted that if Ontario is to keep its place in
the ranking communities of this section its
streets should be paved. And since this is
realized and admitted there are but three
thinus to consider in this connectien: first,
how much paving shall be done; second,
what kind of paving shall he laid' and how
shall the cost DC apportioned, as to intersec
tions, granted of course that the property
adjacent to the street pays for the pavement
fronting it.
Since the recent meeting of the Coin
mercial club, when the subject was raised.
two plans have been put forward, one calls
for the paring of only the business section,
including the street hading to the passengei
statioiT, while the other would extend tin
improvement and cover about 90 blocks, in
cluding not only Oregon street, but the sid
streets and Richardson street.
If the support of property owners can
be secured for the larger program, well and
gOOdf let it be adopted, but if that can QOl
be done, then a more restricted area should
be considered.
There is no need at this tune to discusd
the kind of paving to be laid. There will
be time enough for that when the Oouucii
determines whether or not a paving pi"
gram shall be adopted.
"LET'S GO"
to rh. woivIm of its corrcsdondent at
Salem, the Portland Oregonian declares that
the proposed constitutional amendment in
.,liir.rl bv HmtroNcutiiti vc P. J. (lallaidier
providing 'for the State Uuarantee of In
terest on irrigation 1101ms ior uve umn, -.
the most constructive piece of legislation to
be introduced at this session. This rcslou-
tion passed both houses unanimously and
will be voted upon by the people.
This is oiilv one of several measures
sponsored bv Mr. Gallagher which are of
more local interest, and the fact that lie ha -secured
their approval by his colleagues,
stiiinps his record in the legislature halls as
successful. Mr. Gallagher hai made good.
'IM.,. loerlalatniw bv the DSSSSffC of this
constitutional amendment resolution has pur
the matter Up to tlie people. II llie peopu
want the state to develop the have but to
give then- approval of this amendment and
development will follow.
The thing to do now is to organize
sentiment in favor of the amendment and to
educate the people on the Wcstside of the
Cascades SI to its possibilities for the bene
fits of the State. Eastern Orepmians
will appreciate what such a measure can ac
romplish but it will be necessary to get sup
port from the people of Multnomah eountp
and the Wilnmette Vallej put it over. Let a
go, for this amendment A united earn
paign now will make real progress for Ore
gOD in the next few years.
If the Citv Council could get hold of
some of the returned soldiers WOO have been
OH the Sanitary Police squads at variou
army cantonments perhaps some of BUT
slothful citizens would have a more health
fui reaped for i elean-op order.
Ex-Governor Alexander hit the nail Oil
the bead when be said: "Don't talk paving,
Pave." This advice from 1 su ssful man
of affairs, who is interested in Ontario- one
who will help pay for the improvement, is
Worthy of consideration.
The school children of Ontario are ev
identlv of the opinion that the school
ground! are deficient in many respects. The
school district is short of funds. Why could
not some of our clubs tackle the problem of
supplying the needf
Malheur County i being investigated
bv many prospective citizens. A little I it
Ing is ail that is needed to bring all that the
coitntv can support on its initiated lands.
Now that the weather has served to
point out the bad spots in the streets and
roads the road clews could put in their time
to advantage.
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Attractions
ONTARIO, OREGON
Krl Hat Feb 28 A Mar iat.
WALLACE in ll
In
THE SOURCE"
Katsenjamer Cartoens: Ilia Dark I'nii
Hun A Mon Mar 2nd & rd.
MARION DAVIS
In
"CECELIA Of THE PINK HOSES '
I'athe News
Tuesday, March 4th
JANE AMI KATHiatlVK LKK
In
"TELL IT TO THE MARINES'
Mult Jeff Cartoons Throwing fie
Hull: These are tne Famous Foxy
Klil't that made a Dig Success In
Jack and the Itennstslk
Wednesday. March 6th
Aid HAMILTON
In
FIVE THOUSAND AN HOIK
Drew Comedy; Special To-Day
Thursday, March 6th
MAK MARSH
In
"MONEY MAD"
I'athe News
Friday, March 7th
Another Hlg Special I'rograni
FATTIK Alllil CKI.F.
In
"A FAKMYAHD HOMED"
Alio
BJOI HTKWART
In
DEVIL DODOEH"
Ford Weekly Kegular Prices
Saturday, March Kth
TOM MOOHK
In
"JUST FOH TO-NIOHT"
Kattenjamer Cartoens:
Tramp, Tramy. Tramp
ceming: March Dth ft 10th. Cecil H
DeMllle'a Illggest Production, DON r
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES
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10.00 llllile rtcliunl
11 00 Worship
7:30 Worship
W. P. COCHRAN, Minister
MKTIIODIHT . Ill in ll
Nll'M.tv t
10 a. 111 Sunday School.
Ill n. Preaching by pastor.
7: SO p. iu Rev George Mecklon
burg of Helena, Mont , will give a
atereoptlcon lecture at this church
Sunday evening, Illustrating the
great Centenary movement being
carried on by our church
RAPTIMT CHl'RCH NOTKH
Services each night at 7:30 and on
Suday lllble School at 10 a. u
Preaching service at 11 a m, 1:30
and 7 : 30 p. m.
Kvangeslst II E Marshall urcai It
iug ut each service
Sunday a lunch conslsltlng of sand
witiiien and coffee will be srvad Come
snd Join with us In these services
adu social fellowship.
oihouc church ok
III.KneiKD SACRA MKNT
I IU m , Low Mass
If 3 a a, High Mass
I ! av. Catechteat far the
B girls.
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lilts l NAJLAR1NK flit i 11
New location one block wset of
Hunt's garage
Sunday services: Sunday school 10
a m . preaching 11 a. iu and 7pm
Cottage prayer meetings Tuesday ev
enlag" at 7:10, church prayer meet
lacs Tkuraday evening 7.M.
Rav.B L Flowsrs, Paster
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' ONTARIO. LAUNDRY
TO THE DAIRYMEN
The Red Shield Creamery Company,
1508-1510 Western Ave., Seattle,
Pays Highest Market Price for Butter
fat delivered Seattle, as the market
stands today.
Tell Your Neighbors
Checks and Cans Returned Promptly! 1
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
While there's no tclllnR what conditions may
face the country hefor.' ths war la orar, one
thlrfg Is certain nnd the Is that Ford cars will
grow more and more Into helng actual neces
sities, both In illy and country Prospective
buyera will do well to i lace orders NOW, when
a reasonable quick dcllt r la poaalble Don't
put It off until spring for tha demand Is con
tinuous from all parts of the country; Ford
cars are wanted In the North, South, East and
West, tvrry dny of the year. Let us have your
order today and we'll hustle our beat that you
may not be kept watting.
FORD OARAGE
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ONTARIO, OHKCJON.
wi UL
lis your own money
youn spending.
says Barney McGee
twri
TnffMP
"Go ahead and
chew your sweet,
sticky plug, if you
like it. But there
isn't an ordinary
tobacco that's one,
two, three with Real
Gravely. The real
good tobacco taste
stays with it."
Oood tetle, smaller chew,
lunger life is whet makes Ciea
uins Grevely ootl lets lo chew
than ordiasry plug.
Wrilt Hi
Gbnuinb Gravbly
DANVILLB. VA
,r tUrt tn tktwimt pU$.
Peyton Brand
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch-
WE HAVE A
FEW OF OUR
1919
Art
Calendars
ON HAND.
IF YOU
DID NOT SECURE
ONE OF THEM
WE WILL BE
GLAD TO PRESENT
YOU WITH ONE
IF YOU
WILL CALL
First National Bank
ONTARIO, OREGON.
"A Good Bank in a Good Country."