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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 29 April 1915

TWO rf fj t? rc f- TAUin Ml ,-tlt i ' -i II? ! ' M Spring business has opened up in Ontario with a vim and from all sections of the Lower Snake and Payette River Valleys come reports of prosperity. The farmers Spring Business Good. thr0l'g t,is section arc enthu siastic over the prospects for a bumper crop in all liii"s of agricultural endeavor, ami if our splendid spring weather continues and no unusual conditions arise, our crops will he unprecedented in size and quality. Already the earlier varieties of fruit have reached that stage where it will take a real freeze to hurt them. Light frosts will not now damage the early cherries, peaches or other early varieties. For the fruit is now set, ami light frosts can do little harm. Throughout this section the apple crop will he probably more than twice as large as last year for the reason that so many new or chards are coming into hearing this season. Ami there is every prospect now that the price of apples will be good this fall. The ...

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. — 29 April 1915

THE ONTAHIO ARGUS, THURSD AY, APRIL 29, 1916. Men's Furnishings Men's Shoes and Boys' Clothing AT LAMPKIN'S Stupendous Stock of Seasonable Merchandise to be thrown on sales tables for the purpose of closing out lines and reducing stock, for the purpose of converting this store into a strictly Dry Goods, Ladies9 and Children's Furnishing Store. This is a day of specializing, and I must keep in the front ranks of the pro cession. Now is an opportune time when strenuous times demand merchandise at a low figure, and I am willing to take my loss and supply the demand at these prices as long as the merchandise lasts. "Cutting Down Stock with Cut Prices" will be the motto of this Sale. Every article, from front door to back door, from floor to ceiling and from wall to wall will be sold at Cut Prices. Closing Out Men's Shirts, Men's Hats, Underwear of Every Description, Nightshirts, Odd Pants Overalls, Sox, Shoes, Grips, Trunks. Shoes! Shoes! Onto the shoes first with the battle axe. They h...

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. — 29 April 1915

i.. v. ., i mis- . aSSJSSSSI aSSSSSS KOtVi THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1915. .. 4r w r . I Temple ate K 'K, tin? only I'lactic'il Tailor in Ontario, is the Otlly Practical Place to Imv a suit made to your order Suits made to order from $15.00 to $50.00 Tin- only Reliable and Prompt ('leaning and Pressing in tho City. E. COPE Moore Hotel Blk. L AMERICAN PASPORTS ARE NOW LIMITED (Spcelsl to The Argus. ) Washington In response to In qulrlcs, Secretary Hran, In s letter made publle. reiterated the announce .i.iii that the state department does ot deum It advisable to Issue pass ports tn persons who wish to visit bel llgerent countries of Europe for the mere purpose of sightseeing or pleas are. THREE LOST IN BANDON WRECK (Hpoeial lo Hi,' Arsoa) I Inn Or one passenger anil two mom Iters Ol Hie KM of live i the khs'iIiii i homier Kuudolph wire tiro wind Mle .i lln- vessel capslcd jn-l oft the li.i i it - of the three remain lug mem In i the crew one swam taliorc and Ik. oilier l...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 29 April 1915

4 ' aoooooeooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o -o o o o o o c o 1 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o PRISIRVINQ IQQS. The water glass egge have sort of varnished appearance or a floaa to them, and when the eggs art broken the ahelf crumbles. It doean't make a clon n rat Ilk a fresh, unpreeerv ed egg. It will be unIcm to pat egg Into water glaaa and expect to be able to sell them for freah eggs. We have nerer recommend ed that and will not do so. W merely regard the water glaaa treatment aa a very desirable thing for I mm iiaa, but for com mercial eggs cold atorage ta about the only thing to be considered. In preserving egga In water glaaa be arn-e to uae only crocka or wooden receptacles, and In plac ing the eggs In the water glnaa uae a loug wooden epoon. Have the egga clean and preferably fertile. The wnter ahould be thoroughly sterlllxcd by boiling for at leaat a hnlf hour. When ready dilute one ound of water glnaa In nrne pounda of water. Kural New Yorker. o o o o o o o o o o o o o ooooo...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 29 April 1915

: YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS UP THESE GREAT VALUES! ' " ' ? ' Kxm V K W The Golden Rule Store Has Broke Loose And The Stock Must be Reduced to at Least One Half in The Next Fifteen Days. Prices Cut and Slashed in Every Department! This magnificent $15,000 stock of THE GOLDEN RULE STORE will be placed on sale at the disposal of the buying public Thurs day Morning at unheard-of prices in Mens Clothing, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Ladies and Childrens Ready-to-Wear Garments. We decided that to move our stock, we would have to cut prices low enough to com pel attention. Every yard of Dry Goods and Ladies and Childrens Ready-to-Wear Garment go on the alter of sacrifice. It's a SALE in earnest ane everything eroes no disappointment here we open the barerain erates to vou. Everywhere von look vou'll find bargains heaped in bins, piled on tables and even on the floor. You are Coming, You Will be Here, BUT COME QUICKLY. We're Forced to Unload And...

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. — 29 April 1915

I BIGOT t'i . LOCAL NEWS Milts Kmmn Allen of Boise spent Sunday in Ontario. Walter Sullivan of Weiser was an Ontario visitor Monday. C. Lengreen of Emmett was ia On tario Saturday on business. Mm. Kellogg wont to Boise this week for a few days' visit. A. A. Roberts, the marshal of Jun tura, was in town Wednesday. W. A. Johns and wife of Nampa were Ontario visitors Tuesday. A. F. Hill was in town from West fall last Thursday. Mrs. H. H. Hough of Vale was an Ontario visitor Saturday. John Houston, County Clerk, was down from Vale Sunday. Ben Brown anil Iee Noe were down from Vale Saturday. S. Briscoe of Weiser was in Ontario Friday on business. Dr. Jefferson wan an Ontario visi tor Saturday. Joseph Morgan of Apple Valley waa in Ontario Saturday. R. E. Grimm of Boise arrived in Ontario Saturday. Judge MrKnight and wife drove down from Vale Sunday. C. Hurtt of rnl.lv.. -II was an On tario visitor Sunday .ml Monday. Clyde Hubbard of Weiser was in Ontario Friday and Saturday visiting frie...

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. — 29 April 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSO Y. APRIL 2!, 1015 NINE gwy 7 M . , r J : ;U) I'. HTM .. . inanis B ) ET I""' I i. i ... .' ana .B "a A a I Li Cut ,. B Orders Taken For Cut Flower 8 Carnations, per doz 85c. Roses, per doz $2.10 Tulips, per doz 85c. Sweet Peas, bunch, 30c. Potted Plants On Display r lowers NOW is the time to plant Pansy Plants, Daisies, Shasta Daisies, Golden Glow, Paeonies, Phlox, Bleeding Hearts and Forget-rne-nots. Leave your orders here for your Aster Plants. Chrysanthmeum Plants and small Geraniums to set out. GARDENING NOTES. PRICES REASONABLE 1 barrenness in corn. j, "Plant nt least n few onion 'tia In the JKn gpuniif just- hi s,.)n J jtt in.s.,j ..in 1 1! prupnr , Kiir i. ulautlug L i'. corJfele iii early I ni.'niiiii, ii u a ii ..I ytciiN. M Is poesfbtwMu grow strong I I t'liiilmrli ion s rut forcing pur. J J'",l ic.t. ;ir. The two im t iHiriaU are Mrfy piriutfrfg under lints null very rich n hen a the.t are phi ntcd nut of doors Wltloor or French endive Is a easil...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 29 April 1915

EIC.iTT ' 'mmmmmmm THE ONTARIO ARGUS. TWTmsruv apwrr TEN THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1915. NOTICE fWf OREGON J I f Out -of-Town Mail Orders Our method is not n "mail onler system" it in rather h systematized shopping service which gHPM v"u tnt I icrso rial Kirvii-i of trained shopper to the filling- of every mail order. Buy Now. These Fresh New and Dainty Curtain Scrims. 12 l-2c, 15c, 17 l-2c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 35c Grades Dainty scrim that make the most satisfactory curtains for all over th house. White, i-n-am and ivru colors w ill. either hemstitched or drawn work bni-lnil -ilri i. Order Your Gro ceries Here and Save Money If Mil cannot conic in person write asking for our Ma price list, just out, which will show ymi the great saving by Inning from our lug liiocory De piirtnient New Footwear Kvery day someone is telling us how our New Spring Shoes stand out in Mm and Quality Sasiiigs. The smartest, best Us. king and best wear ing shoes to lx' found are here for you this...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 29 April 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1916. ELEVEN LtGAL NOTICES 'iViVfl'frMVWVVMVMVWWUW. Notice of Settlement of Final Account. Notice ii hereby given, the duly ap pointed, qualified and acting An cillary Executor of that part of the estate of William Balderston, de- joased, iiituated in Malheur County, mgon, has filed his final account in aaid nutate, and that the County Court of Malheur Couaty, Oregon, has Bet Tuesday, the 13th day of May, 1915, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock, in the fore noon, at the room of the County Court in the Court House at Vale, said county and state, aa the time and place for hearing objections to said final account and settling the same. WM. E. LEES, Ancillary Executor of the Estate of William Balderston, Deoeased. First publication, April 1, 1915. Last publication, April 29, 1915. LEGAL NOTICES AAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAWVMWWMW LEGAL NOTICES Fore Mum mens. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Malheur. Lou Vaughn, Plaintiff, vs. L. N. ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 29 April 1915

TWELVE THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1915. tSSSMt FRUIT GROWERS ATTENTION I owl River, Oregon, We used "Corona Dry" exclusively in our orchards, comprising some three hundred acres. It gave the best satisfaction of any lead we have ever used. North Pacific Fruit Distributors The Ontario Pharmacy The Rexall Store We haxe Corona Dry in 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 lb. kegs Live News From Surrounding Towns And Country. Happenings of a Week KINGMAN KOLONY NEWS. Work on the new pumping plant in pNgmilng finely. Tha power l i n Iihh Inn completed and the ntsv binary has arrived nnl avill I" in.-tiilled thin week. FRUITLAND ITEMS. Tin' larRo number of friends of Mrs. II. K. Robinson will be triad to know I lint she has born appointed i I mi tress at Fruitland. She reioiv cd her appointment Wednesday and The boys of the (school met on Sat-I will take 'charge of the office an noon tirday afternoon ninl organiied :i man -as hrr bond is filed ami approved. NYSSA NEWS. mil training club, w...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 May 1915

A . Mti0 Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. j t VOLUME XVIIV THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915. NO. 18 .ti 1 . j)e &vgm. APPLE CROP IS BIGGER THAN EVER Is Predicted the Price This Fall Will Range Around $1.25 Per Box. SHORTAGE IN OTHER SECTIONS Many Growers Are Now Contracting Their Crop ! But Price Not Fixed With excellent prospect for the largest apple crop thia section of the country haa ever known, and with equally an yood proapecta for a price ranging around $1.26 per box this fall, the fruit grower of the Lower Snake and Payette River Valleys are feeling jubilant. Government statistics place the apple crop of the United States aa about slaty pat cant short for tkla year, which insures top notch prices, but such a shortage percentage does not apply to this section for here the shortage is only about 8ft per cent. While this section can expect only about 76 per cent of a full crop, yet there will be more apples raised than ever...

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. — 6 May 1915

: TWO THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1'JlS. THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED BVRKY THUK8DAT Eternd in the postofflc at Ontario, Ornn, for trans misiloa t hrongh the hsiIh aa second-class matter. W. C. MARSH AN OREGON SHOWING. An incident of the San Francisco exposi tion is the remarkable showing made by Ore gon poultry in the international egg-laying con test, which is to continue for 12 months, says the Journal. The poultry of the world is in the contest. Breeders are present from Canada, Australia, Great Britain and many of the American states. Three pens of hens are entered from the Oregon Agricultural College, and their present standing is a gratifying result for Oregon peo ple, and an extraordinary achievement for Prof. James Dryden, head of the department of poultry at the institution. The report of the contest for the five months ending April 15 is thus summarized: Highest pen for the month, O. A. C, Leg horn, 237 eggs; second pen, O. A. C, Barred Plymouth Rocks, 225 eggs. Hi...

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. — 6 May 1915

THREE W& ONTARIO ONTARIO tccot ORCGOI RV J. - THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSFAY, MAY , 1915. i : i: v Rubber Boots For Irrigating We have them in several Grades. We can fill your phone or mail order the hour received, and the cor rect size, too. Riding Boots Boots of this kind are so in demand at this season of the year, and at this store you will find just tfee pattern, color, size and price you are looking for. Our boot department has long had a record for the best shapes. The Quality Store of ONTARIO This Months New McCall Patterns Are In All the new patterns for both the plain and dainty spring and summer frocks are here for your selection New Palm Beach Cloths Just received some of the new Palm Beach cloths. Priced, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 They Have Just Arrived Those New Chiffon Veils $1.00 to $2.00 Extra large in size, with hemstitched border all a round. Charming new col ors never befpre shown and also staples. Mens Night Shirts Splendid values every one of them and ach i...

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. — 6 May 1915

fdt:h THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSnAY, MAY . 1915. DEAD OX FLAT. i ' This vicinity was visited by the worst storm of the year Thursday and Friday. About noon Thursday the wind bf.'nn to blow with occasional 'dashes oi rain, anil increased to u khI" and never ceased till Saturday morn ing. Thursday evening the rain turn ed to MOW and reminded one of a typ ical K:uisas blizzard. The snow con tinue)! Bt intorval.s till late in the diiy Frldjiv . pilinjf the snow up in drift! in sheltered spots to a depth of two feet . It did not reach freezing point phut w th such a wind it WM N MM ryie could scarcely endure it OUtsid.. The siortn supplied moisture to the depth of fresh plowing. Who can remember such a snow storm so late In the season. A. S. Whitbeck struck a fine vein of aoft water at a depth of 280 feet, and it it said the water has graduully raiaed to within 60 feet of the surface. Levi Crull returned home from the Ayers place last Sunday and is rak ing sagebrush and clearing, prepara t...

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. — 6 May 1915

FTVe? ,-r FRUIT GROWERS ATTENTION The Ontario Pharmacy The Rexall Store Hood River, Oregon, We used "Corona Dry" exclusively in our orchards, comprising some three hundred acres. It gave the best satisfaction of any lead we have ever used. North Pacific Fruit Distributors We have Corona Dry in 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 lb. kegs S0SS00SSSS8SSSS8SS8S THK ONTARIO ARGUS. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1315. LOCAL NEWS G. Sparks of Union, Ore., wag in Ontario Monday. Mrs. George Kellogg spent a few days in Hoise last week. Miss Vrccland of Juntura was an Ontario visitor last week. H. L. Fresno of Jonathan was a business visitor Monday. Sheriff Ben Drown went to Port land Friday. Jerry Staplcton of Riverside, Ore., was r. business visitor Monday. Fd Jones of Fruitland was in On tario Saturday on business. J. P. Kidd is having the front of his printing office painted. Henry Steuben of Vale was in On tario Monday on business. George Fitchner of Homedale, Ore., spent Saturday and Sunday in On- Charles Barn...

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. — 6 May 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915. r Live News From Surrounding Towns And Country. Happenings of a Week NYSSA NKWS. FRUITLAND ITEMS. E (i. Johnson, the orchard man of Wmrnv. wan in town with hiH new au esaanbiU:. a Chalmers Six, last Mon- The jitney bus, which will run from Ontario to Nyssn, making two trips srarh ilnv. made its first trip Mon- Hjr iTMrm. Swan, accompanied by her lit- The election held Tuesday after MN Iron one to seven o'clock at the Mini school building to vote upon the question of issuing bonds for the construction of a new high school building, resulted in the majority of one more than the necessary two thirds vote to carry the election for the building. The board later dis- tfe daughter, is visiting at the home covered that some illegal votes were of her father, E. J. liurroughs. C. ft Wilson was a business visitor ta Boise last week. The first cutting of Alfalfa hay ariJJ be made by the first of May this year, by those who will make four ar more cutting...

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. — 6 May 1915

LEGAL NOTICES MMMMMMMWMWWWW Mummens. In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Malheur. Lara Vaughn, Plaintiff, vs. L. N. Beachel, H. B. Earp and Marie Earn, iiusband and wife; William F. San ders and Nellie E. Sanders, husband and wife; M. D. Lovell and Jane Doe Lovell, husband and wife; Robert Van Gilae; H. C. Eastham; J. Weil; and P. C. Holt, Defendant.. To William F. Sanders and Nellie E. Sanders, two of the above named de fendants: In the name of the State of Oregon : You are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or before the 13th day of May, 1916, the same being the last day of the time prescribed by order of the court di recting service of summons in said suit to be made upon you by publica tion, and if you fail so to answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to said court for the relief demanded in said complaint, to-wit: For a judgment and decree against you foreclosing a certain real...

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. — 6 May 1915

KHmr .-- - - f ,., ,,.,. . Tms 0NTARf0 ARGUS. THURSDAY. MAY . 1MB. WRV7REJV7RECT7REJlr7VfflErtfflEHffl6fM " IfrjS loSsT' 4fc5l' omm It is going some to sell one-half of our stock in 15 days, but we are going to do it by cutting prices low enough to move it. Thursday, Friday and Saturday lhe Golden Kule btore will be alive wath bargains. Remember, this sale will not last much longer, and if you want to share in this great bargain feast, buy now. Sale Positively Ends Saturday, May 15th. 15c. A Pair For Ladies Short Length Silk Gloves, in all the Spring Shades. 50c and 75c value. Thursday Special 15c a pair. 691 A yakd tor Serges in Blue, Tan, Red and Gray These Serges are the best values you ever looked at. Values up to $1.50 a yard. Now 69c. a yard. 10c. A Yard One lot of Remnants in Serges, Voiles. Wash Goods, Novelty Suitings etc., values up to $1.00 a yard. Friday S; eeial 10c. a yard. A pair for Mens 25c Lisle Hose. Black, Blue and Tan. For Mens 75c dress Shirts. All sixes and 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. — 13 May 1915

! 0u$ati& Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. VOLUME XVI IV THE ONTARIO ANGUS, THURSDAY, MAY If, 1915. NO. 19 &v$m. mm I j ' 4 . ' i it UH fir rf a. BkvBm 1 By All m naBB '. 'WBDBBBsCl BJPUbI lb -i i " -ji t-- " WARM SPRINGS REPORT WILL BE FINISHED SOON The final inspection of government engineer before the completion of the final report on the Warm SpringH irrigation project, wut made last week by Government Engineer John T. Whistler and Supervising Engineer E. C Hobaon of Portland, who viaited Ontario and Vale and surrounding country for that purpose. Some additional data and observa tion! was necessary to the final com pletion of the report, which will prob ably now be completed within the next few weeks. The Warm Springs project it. claimed to i.e o if or tnc most 'asaoic the government ha yet undertaken. From a standpoint of cost it is cluimed to be the cheapest ever proposed, con sidering the number of acres of land which can be ...

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. — 13 May 1915

70 THE ONTARIO PUBMSHKD EVERY THURSDAY Eatere.1 in the postoffic at Ontario, Oregon, for trariF mlsoioii throngh the nail as second-class matter. W. C. MARSH Civic Pride. Maybe Galveston couldn't have helped growing and thriving, but certainly the Galveston spirit had a lot to do with its marvelous developement. It is fourteen years since the great Gulf storm "destroyed" the city and killed Rambles of a Visitor (Continued from page 1) the tract and planted the treed, and it is he thnt ha nursed them nlong, until now, at their second year, it would be difficult to find n more uni form orchard, cnniddcring the nice. Efficiency! Indeed efficiency of the highest degree has been necessary to the success of the entire undertak ing. Efficiency of the men who are aupplying the finances; efficiency of the man who ii personally in charge of the undertaking; and effii lency of every man, beaut and living thing on the place. A half dayit' visit to the place Iciivcm one somewhat bewildered. Ther...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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