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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 June 1915

M'H !Mtati0 vgn. VOLUME XIX THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1916 NO, 2f; She 1 RAILROAD TO CONNECT WITH LINE AT BEND Officials Announce Extension of Line from Riverside to Near Harriman Is Claimed Construction Will Never Cease Until Bend is Reached Shorten Distance to i SHOPS AND DIVISION POINT Twohy Brothers. bij Railroad Construction Firm of Portland, Now On Ground Securing Data for Their Bid for Contract Division and Shops Coming When Road is finished Railroad from Ontario to Head. Division point at Ontario. Huge machine shop at (hit arm. I.oiik I'lanned Railroad Activity in On tario Starts with Conatruction of the O. W. R. N. West of Riverside. That actual conatruction work will inn soon after the first of July on the extension of the O. W. R. from Riverside to Harriman, a die lanee of thirty miles, ia the substance of a statement given out by J. D. I'm rel. president of the O.'W. K." A N who pushed through Ontario last weel on In way to the interior to look ovei i to i.,....

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. — 24 June 1915

IBM ONTARIU AROUf, fHURID , JUNIB4, lll & THE ONTARIO ARGUS PVOlAHUKl) KVKKV THUK8DAY K.Uered in the Mi)oflloe lit Ontario, Oregon, for trans luiMflim tlinnmh the naiN a second -Hats iiiiittr. W. C. MARSH Th Fate Of The U 29 The dispute as to how the U 29 was sunk is destined never to be settled satisfactorily to the neutral searcher after the truth. An official announcement is made by the Briitsh Admiralty that the famous under water craft met her fate at the hands of "one of his Majesty's ships." This indefinite state ment is Intended to convey the information that some sort of Hritish warship destroyed the submarine, as it would require a long" strech of the imagination to call a merchant vessel flying the Hritish flag, or owned by Hritish capitol and engaged in British shipp ing one of "his Majesty's ships." As an offset to this positive announcement we have an equally emphatic statement from the German government that the U-29 was rammed by a Hritish tank steamer, fly ing t...

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. — 24 June 1915

1 Y THE ONTARIO AROU8, THimua.I, J ' IE 24, 191 1 LOCAL NEWS Mrn. Harry Kline left Sun'ay for Boise where she will vi.dt iv.ilivos. l'hil Nadeau went to Hoise Sunday for a short visit. I lleni Griffin tniule a trip to Vule Saturday, returning Sunday. Miss Fern Talliert was a Payette visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gallagher, of - i it, jx-nt Sunday in Ontario. Mr. Dun1. ... I ' Dicwsey, rrho has been visiting his cousin, J. A. Williams of Ontario, returned home Tuesday. BUSINESS LOCALS Mrs. H. M. Rutherford, of Ironside, who has bri-n iccei inc. trratnient at the Holy Rosary Hospital, returned to her home Saturday. For rent Neat 4 room furnished cott uge.J. G. Staules. Wm. MeBratiicy, Undertaker and Kinbalmer, best of service. Licensed in Idaho and Oregon. Calls prumptly attended day or night. DEEDS AND PATENTS ("has. Crump, of Payette, va- in On tario Sunday. D. Walton, Fred Waterhouse, Paul Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nnlnnd and .Joseph Dyers, all of Weiser, were in Ontario Fri...

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. — 24 June 1915

TilK ONTARIO ARflUrl, THURiDPAYJliNII, t. lt CRISIS DEVELOPES IN CARRANZA CABINET LAND LAWS UPHELD TEUTONIC ALLIES AT BERLIN SAYS BRITISH f FLEW SWEDISH FLAG AGAINST BUREAUS DOORS OF LEMBERG ')! H .1 . (Si'cif'(ii ,Th Atkuh.) SSL Washing"" -General Wnustlane CnrrajitB, original leader of the Mexi nn oii st it nt iotiul movement, ih face to face with a situation that may ellrn Iriale him a a factor In Mexican poll tlca utiles li- yield! to (lie dictation of hla commanding fMMfltf, Alvaro ohri'Kon, and other high officer in hia army. Official advice revealed that four of I'nrntnzii r iibinet minister hail resigned ami t tint General ObtwfOfl waa liinlntiiu on their retention, aa well an tin .lismlssal of the members to whom they worn opposed. Word nine came to the American government that General .lone May torena, the Villa commander In Mono ra, objected to the possible landing of American marlnea to reyctie Ami H cans In the Yaqiil valley, Indicating that he would regard somo anch ac...

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. — 24 June 1915

BUSINESS DIuuLfORY BUSINESS : : PROFESSIONS : : TRADES LIGAL NOTICES rni omtajiio ajioui. tnuMur, j ' m , 1m ar3 ATTORNEYS. MEATS. W. II. BROOKE, R. W. IWAOLBB, Attorneys at law, rooms IS, 14, l' Wilson nidjr., Ontario, Orr-jron. ( II I.M.MS C. ZWEIOART ATTORNEY-AT-1.AW Wilson Building. Ontario, Orp. ('. MrGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Notary Public. Office Over I'ostoflVj Tin' bent in the line of fresh and curt M' .it-, at lowest prices. Ontario Uw ket. PHYSICIANS. I.KSI.IK j. AKER LAWYER Room 9, First National Unnk Ontario, Oregon. RldK IS. 1'KINZING & WEESK Ontario, Or. -gun Office in New Wilson Illock. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriet Scars Dr. Pauline Scars Graduates American School of Ostco pathy, Kirksville, Mo. Wilson Block. Telephone 154 nik Mcculloch a wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Rank Bldr Ontario, Oregon. ART STUDIO. PLUMBING. SUMMONS. In the . 'ircuit Court of the State of Orcgr n for the County of Malheur. C. W. Giesler and J. C. Gi...

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. — 24 June 1915

IX TBI ONTARIO AROU8, THtfftSDDAYJUNR, 24. 1911 V M ' The Ontario Pharmacy Kodaks and Supplies Rexall and Nyal Goods You can Rave money on shoes and Hlippcrs ut Lumpkin's. ent, .Mr. and Mrs. Kutch. Thursday evening of last week the young people of the Christian Kn deavor Society of the Methodist Con gregation enjoyed a picnic supper and weenie roast on P. A. Cieger's home stend south of town. A jolly good time is reported by those present. Miss I' ilnr Russel is working in the Fruitland State Bank while Ray Russell is taking his vacation. J. W. Berry, one of the Payette poultry buyers, has purchased an au tomobile and will make trips out on the bench to get pou'try, making a convenient way for the poultry rais ers to market their surplus. Rev. C. E. Deal returned Wednes day from his trip to Salem, Oregon. "V I Ifl III M NEWS. Ilv. C K. Dtnl ni.i.b- n trip to Km tti'ii the bittci pun of In i week. Word bus bi'cii received here that I). 0. McDonald the (. S. I,, agent here who a short...

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. — 1 July 1915

dhifatia v$m. ICMll .Son '(." till b ' :J eels fid to til IHII l in r l J VOLUME XIX THE ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1915 Ible rA NO. 2(5 h lui In ilJ EARLY PIONEER CROSSES IE Joseph A. Morton Was One of First Three White Men Living in 'Ontario PASSES AWAY SUNDAY HORN Settled in Grande Ronde Valley in 1862. Indian War Veteran Joseph A. Morton, one of the flrst three white men claiming a residence in Ontario, and an early pioneer of Mulheur county, died Sunday morn ing after a brief illness, aged HI years. Mr. Morion was born in Preston county, Virginia, on January 5, 1H34, died June 27, 1D16. In 1H43, he went with his parents to Dark county, Ohio, und from there to Howard county, Indiana. His educa tion watt gained in the log school house of those days and he had lo walk a long distance to attend school. Mr. Morton left the old home in 1852 to live for himself, going to Adams county, Iowa, where he and Miss Clem entine Ireland were united in marri age in IM.'.ii. In the same ye...

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. — 1 July 1915

" . "t THU ONTAWO ARGUS. THURSDA, JULY 1, IMI e I THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED KVKKV THURSDAY Entered in the postofflas t Ontario, Oregon, for tratin inifpioM through tlic iihiU rh set-onil-olaae matter. W. C. MARSH New Peace League Horn-"TlnirBilay night, in the City of Brotherly love (Siting birthplace!) to Man ami Women of Kvory Nation, a Rtrong and beautiful child. The latent, like its radiant brother, the Dec laration of Independence, drew its t;rnt breath and was cradled within the sacred precincts of old Independence Hall, and, for its lullaby, was soothed lp the doep-throatod, mellow-toned, world echoing harmonics of old Liberty Hell, whose plain-tin melody and melifluous refrain bore, this time, Ihn sweet note of "peace on earth, good will to man." While still in swaddling clothes, the new-born babe; chrislonod "The League to En force Peace," and about the place where it received its name ami baptism wore gathered, as godfathers, many grave and reverend signors, such men as ...

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. — 1 July 1915

&TOS VW( LOCAL NEWS Kov. C. Oa Babbidge wni in I'nyettf last Wednesday. A. Anexdnle went to Boise Sunday in his automobile. W. T. I.ampkin made a business trip to Caldwell last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kcnynn. or Wei cr, spent Sunday in Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Whitworth went to Emmett Monday afternoon. E. A. Van Sicklin and family, of Weiser, spent Sunday in Ontario. Arthur Van Sirklin, of Weiser, was in Ontario Saturday. Harry Anderson was in from the Antlcrson-t.winn ranch Monday. C. Oa Sweigart made a business trip to Weiser last Thursday. Prosecuting Attorney W. 11. Itrookc was in Vale Monday on business. liarry Cream, of Phoenix, Arizona s here visiting his brother, Sam ; i Cream of Alexander Co. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eraser sent last Sunday in Hoise They made the trip in their car. Mrs. M. E. Newton returned borne ThuisilTA after a several weeks' visit , in CalirT.rnia Miss Henrietta Simon, of Hoise niece of Atl Simon of Alexander Co. visited relatives in Ontario foi s...

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. — 1 July 1915

1 HJGLAS TAXPAYERS I ELECT OFFICERS (Special to l hi Argui.) tosebnrx Tin Douglas County xpayers' Lchkiic, formal here, lct- R. M. Fox, of Stithorlln. president; W. Strong, of Host l.urr. flrsl vice aldnnt: W, C. Kdwards nl Drain, tond vice prosldeni . (i. VN Middle, Rlddl, third vice president R, K. ilth. of RoeehurK. secrctar. Vhlrty dlrcrli.ru chose tllf tiffll "' purpose ni tin' organisation in to how count iiioiic) is spent und to in cooperation between the tai yers and tin' count) officials. 3 QUEEN OF GREECE eTV' . As .. . k r The Queen of Greece, a sister of the ialaer, who la aald to have exerted ar Influence a(j.ilnat Greece entering ie war on tha aide of the allies. Silage In Summer. The dairymen a ho still lias silage on nml for use during the Milliliter should :uiHhler hlniMcir loiiuniie There may e mam of our ' mil i . M bo me I'" In" 'icir tir-t eipoftanca In fooillaa sliagc liaaa should boar In mind the fit. t hut ei i sllaaa notls rati qvlrkly l the Warm w cither So...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 July 1915

BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSINESS : : PROFESSIONS : : TRADES ATTORNEYS. W. H. BROOKE, R. W. SWAC.LER, Attorncyi at law, rooms 13, 14, 15 Wilson Bldg., Ontario, Oregon. CHARLES C. ZWEIGART ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Wilson Building. OnUrio, Ore. C. McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All CourU Notary Public. Office Over Postoffict LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER Room 9, First National Bank Bldg Ontario, Oregon. Mcculloch wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-8 First Nat'l Bank Bldg OnUrio, Oregon. ART STUDIO. J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commcr cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore DENTISTS. DR. W. G. HOWE DENTIST Telephone First National Bank No. 732 Building. DR. D. C BRETT DENTIST Office 2nd door east of OnUrio Phar macy on Nevada Avenue Near R. R. Depot FLOWERS. ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders taken for cut flowers. Argus Office, OnUrio, Oregon. Orajoi Short Line lime fable OnUrio, Oregon, November 8ih 1914 TIMK TABLE NO. 76 WKHTWAHII Train No. 17 76 19 6 18 76 4 I Leave 4:22 a m 9:85 a m MM in 0:16 p m Oregon Wash. Lim...

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. — 1 July 1915

fHfc ONf AfttO ARdtifl, THURSDAY JULY 1. 1916 i- -i- A 1 Lire iVeiiw From Surrounding Towns And Country. Happenings of a Week NYSHA NFWS. Misses Florence and Marion Mc Donald returned home Friday from Monmouth where Mis Florence at tended school. Mr. and Mrs. J. ('. Ileum and two children attended the ('hautuuijua at I'nyette Friday. A Twilight Hasehall game between Fruitiand and Nyssa wan played at the Nyssn bnll pork Friday evening. The acore wus ! to (1 in favor of the home team. The team'1 was exceeding ly enjoyable until the Inst inning when on of the visiting team wan injured. Mr. Nedry returned from Jordan Valley where he has been visiting the past week. J. la I.argent nnd family left for Silverton, Oregon, Tuesday, where they will nrike their future home. Mrs. Minion and children, of Seat tle, arrived in Nyssa last week and expect to spend the summer here. The ladies guild of the Kpiscopal church will give a Patriotic Social on the lioydcll lawn Wednesday evening A parade on...

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. — 8 July 1915

Sm niatt0 CCIJW hum VOLUME XIX THK ONTARIO AHGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1916 NO. 27 -r 9 mm. (V DEPOSITS ARE LARGEST EVER Statements of Two Ontario Banks Show Fine Condition RECENT SALES BRING HONEY Banks of Country Looking for Short Time Loans Good Security Statements of the two national banks of Ontario, issued under the call of June 23, 19 Iff, show the limgcet depos IU ami total resources in the history of either institution. The excellent finan cial condition of the banks is assigned to the fact that recent aa'es of wool, cattle, horaes and sheep havu brought In returns, and this money is now on deposit. Another reason for a large surplus is the fact that the class of loans now de sired seem hard to find. Hanks are looking for short loans of sixty to nine ty days, ami want ample proof that they will get the money at the end of that period. Ixng time loans are nut wanted. That there is plenty of money in Ontario, however, ia not disputed, and the big deposits bear testimony of the p...

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. — 8 July 1915

THE ONTARIO ATlOUfl. TTTUHRDAY, JULY B, 1915 4 THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUUMNHK!) KVKKY TF1UK8UAT Entered in thi' poatpfflot at Ontario, Oregon, for trans mission t.liriniKh tin- lai Is as second-class matter, W. (. MARSH (ermany. Iron and War. In connect inn with the claim of Dr. New ell Dwitfht llillis, in his lecture at the Chautauqua In Payette recently, that the war in Europe was ;i contest to control the output of iron ore in Kurope, some figures compiled in an editorial by the New York Times are interesting. According to the Times the pig iron pro duction ol Europe was 44,274, 000 tons in L918, the last full year of uninterrupted industry. Of that amount Germany pro duced 19,000,000 tons, Great Britain pro duced 10,600,000, France 5,225,000 and Belgium, 2,319,000. Germany hai conquered practically all of Belgium and holds possession of a very large proportion of the coal and iron re sources of Fiance. About HO per cent of France's coal deposits are in the depart ments of Moid and Pa...

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. — 8 July 1915

THE ONTARIO AROU8, THrjRJuAY, JULY , 1MB BUSINESS BUSINESS PROFESSIONS ATTORNEYS. W. H. BROOKE. R. W. SVVAOI.KR, Attorneys at law, rooms 13, 14, 15 Wilson Dldfr., Ontario, OrSfOtt. CHARLES C. ZWEIGART ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW Wilson Building. Ontario, Ore. C McGONAGILL ATTORN KY AT LAW Will Practice In All Courts Notary Public. Office Over l'ostoffiet LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER Room 9, First National Bank Bldfc Ontario, Oregon. Mcculloch & wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg Ontario, Oregon. ART STUDIO. J. P. KID1), Prop. Job and Commer cial Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore. DENTISTS. DR. W. 0. HOWE DENTIST Telephone First National Banl. No. 732 Building. DR. D. C. BRETT DENTIST Office 2nd door east of Ontario Phar macy on Nevada Avenuo Near R. R. Depot. PLOW KRS. ONTARIO PLORAL CO. Orders taken for cut flowers. Argus Office, Ontario, Oregon. Oregon Short Line lime Idble Ontario, Oregon, November Hth loll time taslk no. 76 wkwi'wahu Train No. Leave 17 Oregon Wash. Limited 1:22 n...

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. — 8 July 1915

TUB ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, lsll WW LOCAL NEWS Dr. McKvvnn of I'HrmH. tnrto Sunday. wan in On- E. B. Goudy went to Mm last Sat unlay. Mr. nndMrs. B.C. Vhh I'eUen left Tuesday fur Piirtland. Mr. Naptnn. of Clover Creek, Ontario visitor thin week. ih an Mi " ClHiulia llarton, of Hoise, was visiting friends here oyer the Kourlh. 1. I'. Karl, hotelman of WeMtfall, who whh here for several ilaya, return ed to hiN home Tuesday. Hen McKlroy, of ('iiinhrigc, Idaho, ciimc in Inst Thursday, and is here for it visit of several day. Miss l.efn M'lstard, of Westfall, re turned to her home Saturday, after hm-iiiIiiii several weeks in Ontario. Wilmer Hoyer returned home Satur day from Sun r'rfnciseo where he via ited the I'anatna-I'acihV I : v i nm. C. CL Zwcigart left Tueaday for Cortland where he wdl spend a vaea lion of aeveral weeka. Spruguc Adam, of the Ontario Na tional hank, left Sunday for a vacation ut I'nyette Lakes. Kev l. B. Maker will preach at the Owyhee achuol hoUMe Tueatla...

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. — 15 July 1915

ttfetiri0 vm. "wu VOLUME XIX TIIK ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY IB, 1915 NO. 28 3e GERMAN NOTE BRINGS CRISIS Critical Point in Reached in Relations With Germany LATEST NOTE UNSATISFACTORY Secretary of State Lansing Framing New Note Washington. -Study of the official trxl of (icrinuny's reply to the Amcrl -i it note on submarine warfare us It nun im neutral rights strengthens the conviction of hUh officials thut n crltlcul point In the relation between the (wo countries has been reached. Not only do they feel that the Unit Cd HUteit inilHt refuse to accept the Oeruiun propuNuls for the future con duct of American cIIUcuh on the high seas, hut the falluru of Uermuiiy to disavow Urn sinking of the Lusllaulu, with the loss of more than lun A 1 1 cuiih, In their view has brought on a crisis the outcome of which It Is dll li ult ut present to foresee cleurly. Vit.il Question Ignored. The United Status hud devoted its attention to the principle lliul Ameri cans should be able to truvel on ...

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. — 15 July 1915

P ui y 4& m& w 7 AUL'V SAVED its MONEY EARNED n u aW 11 . lyi TTTT5 ONTARIO AROUfl. TTTURSPAY, JULY 15, IMI & July 16 to July 25 JTFIT July 16 to July 25 CLEARANCE SALE! Of Boyer Bros- & Co., Means Much To You at This Time. July 16th to 25th. Wo find our shelves very much over-stocked in many lines and as our buyer expects to go to market to buy again the first of the month we find in every department we must clean out many lines of goods, many of them hardly, if any, broken in sizes. To do this something drastic must be done. Too much millinery, too many ladies' coats, tob many ladies' suits and dresses, too much dress goods, too many shoes; they must be cleaned out and there is only one way to do it, and that is to make the price low enough so you will want them, as there is yet four months in which you will need summer wearing apparel. Millinery A big assortment was received for the Fourth of July trade and we still have a real nice assortment that will be sold fo...

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. — 15 July 1915

THE ONTARIO ARGUS. THURiDAY, JULY IB, 191IJ THE ONTARIO ARGUS PUBL1SUKD KVKKY THUHSDAT Entered in the poatoflice Bt Ontario, Orngon, for traiiH iniKnioH through the. mail an (wcond-clnna matter. W. C. MARSH Germany's Latest Note. (iormony'8 latest reply to American protect regarding her method of carrying on submarine warfare warfare is far Irom satisfactory. The receipt oftho document, although ollicial com ment is withheld for the present, will undoubted ly have the effect of making a serious situation more critical. This is very disappointing to the American people, especially as wojinve been led to brieve, from the press dispatches during the last Uireo weeks, that Germany's attitude would be conciliatory and some means found of arriv ing at a satisfactory settlement of the disputes betwcon the two nations. While the state of affairs is disappoint ing, there is no cause for alarm. There is u very remote possibility of our actually going to war with (formally. This was our opinio...

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. — 15 July 1915

THR ONTARIO ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY lr, 1915 eaBBBBasBBBBaBBBSiaiaaaiBasaBtBsaBBBBBBVBSBBB)ssasssa - - ssBBMsBBSBnaaaaassBBBBBBBBsss WVVWrr LOCAL NEWS Dick Moss left Monday fur Portland. The S. ('. Chlb will meet with Mm. Ltmn Thursday, .luly Mrs. Harry Anderson visited mother near Weiser over Sunday. bar Judge Half on Higgs holding court in Vide this week. II. H (irmiel nnd children went U) WeiHer Monday to nee the Liberty Hell. Mrs. A. Tonningson Iihs just returned from a JHit in Willamette Valley. Me Kila Tonningaon of San Fran eiaco is here visiting her father Charles Tonningson. The regular monthly meeting of the Ontario Commercial chih will lie held Monday July 1Mb, Mrs. K. Cope left last week for a two weeks visit on their ranch near Cnldwell. Mr. mid Mrs. Oliver Hingaman are the proud parents of a lialiy girl Iktii July 9. The three young sons of Judge Dal ton Higgx went to Weiser Monday to see the Lilierty Hell. Anderson Cwiiin shinned a largr number of nfieep to the Omaha an...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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