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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 19 August 1915

I nMMtM.. m (jhtfctti mm :k VODUMB XIX TIIK ONTARIO AHOUH. AUGPST 19th., 1915 No. II Sb JAIL BREAKERS AT VALE ARE CAUGHT Three Make Good Their Es cape and Throw Offic ers Off MCALLISTER TAKES 3 HORSES Hampton and McCoy Out wit Officers Get Away Afoot Two of the prlnonern who broke l.iii ul Vale last week, have been cup lured, but the other three liuve com pletely I m in imI the officers and have thrown them completely off the trail. The llullun who eMCUped, Alltone Crotlglnn, wan cutiKht the next moni Iiik h few miles up the river. I'ete DeLeeuw led the officers a better chase and wbh not cauKht uptll a lew days later and not until he had made quite Htart Into the Interior. lieorge McAlllMter, who Ih fust get i in- a reputation us a Jail-breaker. Ilrsl Htole horse Trom Uox Davln I It- changed iiRaln at the Twin Springs ranch owned by JudKe Mc knight, then doubled back aloliK IiIh trull und crossed the Malheur river mid headed went. The horae he gut tit the McKnlKhl ranch Inter came ...

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. — 19 August 1915

PAGK TWO THE ONTARIO ARGUS, AtTOtTST iff, 1915 THE ONTARIO AROUS. State Supremacy. I'l IBLMOD KVKRY THIKBOAV KniiTfd In the jiostofflre at Onturio Oregon for tratisniUmlon tliroiiRli the mailH bh Hecond-claim matter. W. C. Mantli The Coming of the Railroad. The coming of the railroad to new country invariably means a period of prosperity and de relopement. The people Living in Central and Eastern Oregon know this and arc consequently hailing with delight the extension of the (). W. l. t N. line beyond Riveraide. The prosperity tli.it oomei with the railroad is canned chiefly by two things, the opening of I way to market for the products of the eountryi and the investment of new capital in various business enterprises. It if rather hard to get men with money, into a country very far from a railroad even when the opportunities for investment are fairly good. People who have all their lives lived near a railroad can scarcely realize though that the rail road means more than material pr...

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. — 19 August 1915

m LOCAL NEWS Mrs. II. ('. Whltworth whs up from Wolaer tli Ural part of tho week. It iink Milter of VVelner wun a via lor li re Sunday. N. C. PreHcott and Henry Wlillaon worn over from Uoian, Monday. L W. Valentine of Pocatello was Inn' Monday. Wi I. Mofllt of Drewaey, wbh a ii Iifcro Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. MrKwan were vln llorn here laat week. Tom CrotlierH of Klveralde wan up llio latter part of last week. Ida Stewart of Wentfull wim down last Wedneaduy. S. Knight of Uolae waa here Tliurmluy. Mra. V. B. Staplea of Vale, waa down laat Thurnday. Claude Hanka of Payette waa here Thuraday. K. V. Mlckel of Cord, Ore . waa a vialtor here Friday. Frank Atterhury of Payette waa over here Friday. W. J. C'vKen came down from Klveralde laat Saturday. W. H. Klma of Weatfall waa her Shi unlay. Jim Murphy, a realdent of lieu lull, waa here Saturday. J. IV Mulr of Welaer apent Sunday here. Mra. J. A. HoakinH of linker, waa here Sunday. C. .. Hill of Uolae waa hen- Wed neaday of laat week. Uod...

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. — 19 August 1915

I'AOK KOl'l,' 'i PT1 K ONTARIO ATKJTTR. Atf(ITTST 19, 1915 m The Argus is the most modernly equipped weekly newspaper office in Eastern Oregon or Western Idaho. With the in stallation of teh Standard Model "5" Linotype Machine, we are equipped to successfully publish a daily newspaper. Our Job Department Come in and See The Linotype We can handle all kinds of Job and Commercial Printing on shorl notice. And our work is of I he best quality. ' I f " M I Quick-Change Model Five We Will he glad to Have You The Argus Is Now A seven column weekly newspaper and with our present equipment, will carry all the news. I No story to long for us to handle on short notice. Watch our correspondence page. Ht . WM Hi t. HB H H K H H 1 V B ! mw

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. — 19 August 1915

f BUSINESS BUSUSB8S PROFESSIONS ATTORNEYS. W. II. BROOKE, R. W. 8WACLER, Attorneys at law, rooms 13, 14, 15 Wilson Bldg, Ontario, Oregon. W c. McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courta NoUry Public. Office Over Postofflc UsflUI J. AKKR LAWYER Room 9, First National Hank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. Mrl I I.I.IK II & WOOD LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank BIdg. Ontario, Oregon. PHOTOGRAPHS. ART STUDIO. J Barr'n' Ontario, Ore. Call and . see our fine line of photos. J. P. KIDD, Prop. Job and Commer- - , TAILORS. r cial Printing a specialty. OnUrio, Ore. , ART DUNNUCK, Cleaning, Pressing DENTISTS. and Tailoring. Phone 84 J. OpposlU DR. W. G. HOWE Dreamland. WI'JfJr , COPE. THE TAILOR, Tailoring. Telephone First NatKnal Bank No. 732 Building. pressing and cleaning. gsg m B TRANSFER DR. D. C. BRETT DENTIST TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND KX- Office 2nd door cast of Ontario Phar- PRESS maty on Nevada Avenue Meet all Hralna. Near R. R. Depot. JOHN LANDINGHAM FLOWERS. UNDERTAKING ONTARI...

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. — 19 August 1915

trtfe oNAnio Anam AWttsT lft imr, I'AdKKlX ' i tv. Live News From Surrounding Towns And Country. Happenings of a Week IKI'ITLANI) ITEMS. MIaa Alma Troxell Is spending fi'w weeks In Ontnrlo. Mm, II. F llohnnnon has as her guests, her sister, Mm. Mohler, and idilldreii from Redmond, Ore. Mrs. F. VV. Oriep la In Portland at the bed aide of her brother, J A KliiK. who recently underwent a .i 1..11- operation. Hi. ha Kennedy and l. L Ingard left the (IrAt of the week for a trip to Bend, Ore. Mth. J M Itoyalon and daughter Josephine, returned recently from Twin Fall". They were accompani ed home hy a daughter. Mrs. Harry Hurl, and Mlt ! daughter. Frank F.ldrldge and family and C. M. Lackey and family left laat Thursday for the north fork of the I'ayette river to spend a two weeks vacation. MIaa Anna Hupp, who Ia visiting at the FrlAco fair, In a letter home slates that abe aaw a box of (Irani Fisher's apples on display In the Idaho apple exhibit. A great deal of Interest In the Malheur Co...

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. — 26 August 1915

(fhttoiof mm in VOLUME XIX THE ONTARIO AK0U8, AUGCST 26th., 1915 No. 14 m GOOD EXHIBITS ASSURED BY BIG CROPS Special Feature Will Be Ag ricultural Exhibits by Communities PLANS FOR AMUSEMENTS Women to Have Charge of Important Depart ments of Fair. Malheur County Iiiih always Mail tin' reptitution of puttltiK on a cred itable County Call-, and this year will certainly not be any exception to the ruin. The -pint of the fair has tus i'ii hold of Ontario and no douht bar ulso the neighboring towns iirrord-iiii- to reports, and all the commit tees are diligently working, and plutiH are being formulated for not only havliiK the heat anil lurrest c hibltR in every department that they huve ever hIiowii, hut also to furrs!; amusement for the erowdH duriii the entire day. The committees on port! May that a kooiI live curnival coiiipiiuy will he present to fiirnlsl iilitllsciiiclit del ween the raceM, ami iii.' old saying, "something lining vcrv minute" will be the slogan. I (i. llalley, Htip...

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. — 26 August 1915

m& oNtAkio Afagflft .. KuuLfst 20, lgiA, MAUE TWo Editorial deetien cf the Ontario rfrgus The Future of the Nation. 'Frisco Exhibit Must be Better. 1 ' 11 I m lift Jl 'rn mI Aluier ;is ;i fool dieth ?" This was the "I la 11 i i...:.l :... !.,. ntfSHilott aaeii ny ixing I'iivm, iiiimmiiiii iik rieatli of the irrest seneral who had been ilain l5 a treacherous enemy. We know of few I words ;hi wImic more lull of meaning. Aimer well knew tne treacnery ni .man, ana jv uc uw regarded all caution and paid the penalty with his Ufa. Practically the whole country today is divid ed into two croups, each insisting that unless the country follows its views, America will die as a Tool. One side insists that if we are to avoid war and linal annihilation, we must he gin now to prepare, and to become so itrong that no nation will dare attack us. The other side, with men who appear to us to be fully its wise and capable as any on the other Bide, say that the way to get into'the war is to prepare ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 26 August 1915

THE ONTARIO ARQUS, AUGUST 2(, 1915. PAGE THREE EX-PRESIDENT TAFT' SPEAKS AT BOISE INFORMAL HKCEPTION HELD (1,111 (Mi VIEWS GIVEN IN NIIOIIT TALK AT Boise, Wlllliini HOWftH Taft. twenty-seventh president of the I'nlted States, wiiH a Boise visitor Sut iinttiy. While herp Hip ex-prpsl-ili'iit lutprvlpwpil pronilnpiit citizens 111 H(lli Oil iii!itlr.ll 'I 111' I ii'lIM mill talked over InforniHlly hoiup of the Issues facing tlip country In regard to domestic iiikI foreign mutters. Sut unliiy uftprnoon un Informal re ception whs Mid at tlip ('oinniprclal rulli ami Mr. Taft addressed a large gathering. TIip subject of 111 talk wan tlip crisis rpaclipcl by tlio country In Its foreign rolatlonii. In speaking of the. Mexican situation, he declared that the government had made three mistakes. The first In not recogniz ing lluerta, the Heoond In not pro hibiting shipment of arms Into the country, and the third was the seiz ure of Vera Crux. "If we are oblig ed to Intervene In Mexico, an now 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. — 26 August 1915

ttife ONTARIO AROM uiiJfv? M, 1935. FAilK IWtt Kodaks LOCAL NEWS .lui.ii- - K Weston of Burns, wan vlaltor here Saturday. I) II II mi I it whh up from Nyasn, Monday. J. H. High of Vale was a vlaltor hero Saturday. Alice II. Curtla wan a vlidtor from Vale Friday. II II llryant of llolan waa here Thursday. K. O Morla and wife of Boise were vialtora here over Sunday. Claire Hihson of Nyasu was a via Itor here liiat TbnrMilay. Mrs i' V Lime, of llroKan, apenl Friday HhoppltiK here. Mrs. Fd. KiiwmIoii whh here from linker City Monday of tbla wek. Arthur Van Slcklln of Welaer. waa liere Inal Friday. Henry lllurkwell here liiat Friday. waa a vlaltor C II. Sheldon of lleulah waa in lOWl Salurday. J. I). Mum mi up from Welaer Saturday. A. I. 'I'reman of Welaer Ontario vlaltor, Suuday. waa an It II Hennett waa up from Mniin i. mi Home over Sunday. Ida Siewart waa down from Weat full, laat week. 0, II Oxnian of Jamleaou, here lual Thursday. K. S. Horner la spending a dltya In llolae. few Mlaa ...

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. — 26 August 1915

ONTARIO BOYS GOI TO PAYETTE FIRE MMMtaj NlK ilN Threatens Destroy M.i in Business Mock to Payette DM a serious fire lute Sunday evening, and for a time one Of IM main business blocks was In danger of destruction. A barber shop and resturnnt were destroyed Md clothing store liadly damaged by water. The Golden Utile store whh on the other side of the Are and was saved only after a hard fight by the Payette department. The danger was so great that an emergency call was sent to the On tario department, nntl six or eight of the boys responded at about 1 A. M. The Ontario crow was In Pay ette twenty-two minutes after an ; unto had been secured for the trip. However, by the time they got there the Payette fighters bad the tire unci- l er control and there was hut little for t hi'in to do. A curious incident of the fire was thut a hot water tank exploded ami shot half way through a brick wall. The hole It made In the wall was clean cut and smooth with none of the bricks around it broken A y...

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. — 26 August 1915

PAGE SIX THE ONTARIO ARCITTH, nvufRT 26, 1915. The Argus is the most modernly equipped weekly newspaper office in Eastern Oregon or Western Idaho. With the in stallation of teh Standard Model "5" Linotype Machine, we are equipped to successfully publish a daily newspaper. Our Job Department Come in and See The Linotype We can handle all kinds of Job and Commercial Printing on short notice. And our work is of the best quality. The Argus Is Now A seven column weekly newspaper and with our present equipment, will carry all the news. No story to long for us to handle on short notice. Watch our correspondence page. Quick-Change Model Five We Will be glad to Have You 1 II I H Bat V f

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. — 26 August 1915

1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUSIJSESS : : PROFESSIONS : : TRADES ATTORNEYS. W. H. BROOKE, R. W. SWAGI.ER, Attorneys at law, rooms 13, 14, 15 Wilson Bldg., Ontario, Oregon. C McGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Notary Public. Office Over PoBtoffire I.KSI.IK J. AKK.K LAWYER Room 9, First National Bank Mi Ontario, Oregon. MrCULLOCH WOOD LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Natl Hank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. ART STUDIO. J. P. K1DD, Prop. Job and Commcr- iul Printing a specialty. Ontario, Ore. DKNTISTS. DR. W. G. HOWE DKNTIST Telephone First Nutional Hank No. 7.T2 Building. DR. D. ( . BRETT DKNTIST Offiie 2nd door east of Ontario I'har inui y on Nevada Avenue Neur R. R. Depot. DIC. II. '. DIXON DKNTIHT Wilson HuIIiIIiik Onturio ...... Ill.-I-Lll ll.OWKKS. ONTARIO FLORAL CO. Orders taken for i ut flowers. Argus Office, Ontariu, irrgun. Oicjun Short Line lime Idble Ontario, Oregon, November Ktli IMI4 I IMI TABLE NO TO WKH'I'WAHII Tnin No. Leave 17 Oregon Wash. Limited tABl in 76 liunlingUii...

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. — 26 August 1915

p PAGE EIGHT THE ONTARIO ARGU8. mti.ST 26, 3915 I VI JMli BHIHiBMaBHBHBHBHHHlHHIHMIBlBHBiBHIHIi HHHHHHHHH Mk TWO PIECES $23.85 PPMM like nil Solid Onk with liiiuli I'litlf MllVIM MXM 1m M IimIi lop. hilTonlcr In mute ll. TWO PIECES $23.85 IS I ' ' ' " i i ii i MMa-M)i I PI FOUR ONLY I 4f HI 'I , II $6.75 1 1 i! I CLEARANCE SALE! LAST DAY TUESDAY We are going to put on sale Monday and Tuesday 300 Yards of Scrim priced from 15c to 35c, for 9c, 12c, and 18c. If you are going to need scrim take advantage of this opportunity. Quartered Oak Table, top 24x 42, large tour inch legs, like cut. A bargain at $4.95. All Oak I luilr. Ilemilnr W.:W null. I lit- four for -si, : . We have several oilier iIIncoii- lllllleil IHllfl'ltM (if llllllr Jllkl lis KIM III II I III'. We have a section a I hook case, four sections, top and base, that has been used a short time, all quartered oak, for $17.50 9R9Hr I ' APE3ffJ "Push The Button and Rest llnsser lln-e like nil with IM- Mtmi Mirror, wlthl'liHT nnl...

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. — 2 September 1915

t ,- (. 7 rf SEPTEMBER 21, 22, 23 AND 24 IS MALHEUR COUNTY m .vi &&a W E ".- 1 ' .V Jl)je ufari Surgut Mil, I IMK XIX TDK ONTAHIO AIUHIH, SF-I'TKMHKU 2nd., 1 9 1 f . No.:ir. Over A Thousand COUNTY FAIR Attend Big Meet At Arcadia Grove COMMUNITY FESTIVAL DRAWS BIG CROWD OF PEOPLE AND PROGRAM OF SPEECHES AND SPORTS MEETS WITH THE APPROVAL OF ALL BAND AND ORCHESTRA PRESENT. Speeches Are Short and Snappy and Dear With Neigh boriiood Needs Sports Furnish Fun For Everyone Nyssa Wins Tug of War. The community picnic given at tli pore at Arcadia Wednesday under the management of the Boulevard Grange vrai i ii success from every atandpoini More than a thousand persons attended coining from the Boulevard, Nyeea, vale, Ontario, Kingman Kolony and rlic Big Bend. The committee In aharge hod everything I mi oft amoothly and on time, there was omethng hopp ing every minute. Hie program of apeeehea was arrang ed w thiit eaeh talk had something to do with a definite community need. Beaidei t...

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. — 2 September 1915

PAGE TWO THE ONTARIO A ROTH, NEPTRMRTCR 2, 1913. diterial Section cf the Ontario iirgus 0$0&t00Q0 Support the President. nun in be del tt in quite an accomplishment tc secure the pre was put on a linn financial basis, conditions have nonce of Oregon 'a i v United states Senators, been steadily growing better. Starting this What this government ahould do with refer- and one of her Reprcaentativea in Congress, at coming year, ."'.' annually will be expended ence to Germanv'a continued conduct of her aub- ' public gathering. However this is what Vale on new buildings, and the beautiful little cain- e campaign against Britiafa shipping nmst did hist week, the occaaion being the Second An- pua ol the l Diversity will gradually be enlarged, prmined bv President Wilson alone. Nine- uual Celebration of the Malheur County I'ion- In Eugene, college conditiona are ideal a t niuo people out of a mmdred, entirely ignor- eera Aaaociation. A goodly ihare of the popu- prettj city, jual large en...

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. — 2 September 1915

(Matt mm. JVKtoHllORHOOn NKVY8 KKCTION NKtOHHORHOOf) m:vm M tio. JE tub ontauio Aumra. wi'-fKMnrit ?nT nnr Stfe Big Drainage District Opened ORGANIZATION PERFECTED IN NYSSA LAST WEEK, AND COMPETENT ENGINEER IS IS BEING SOUGHT TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE NEW PROJECT. MOVIE NAN ASKS FOR BIG DAMAGES FROM OFFICIALS Was Arretted While Trying To Take Pictures of the ( Big War Bonnet Street 1'arnde. Alleges the U. H. Supreme ('unit Has Passed Fahor ahly On Point of Liu Involved. PLYMOUTH BOOSTER CLUB LUMBER YARD AT BEND IS Is Estimated the Cost Will be Between $60,000 And $100,000 Six Thousand Acres Will be Placed Under Cultivation Again. Nyssa, A nuinher of the land owners of the Nyssa-On- lario Drainage district held a meeting here in the Testes hiiildiiej last week for the purpose of perfecting an organ isation. The following supervisors were elceted: Diek Tensen, President; Roy Williams, Vice-President; II. (1. Moncc, 'i' ....-i 'i ' i--x-j u . a. . .. tM.;i.. I I I .I1 I I 1 I , .11111 . V ...

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. — 2 September 1915

I'ACJK FOI'I? TTTK ONTARTO ARGUS, SEPTEMBER 2, 1013. Tells Of Conditions In Malheur-Past Present, Future the setler who would til Hip soil hikI prolonged hardship. For many years Ontario WM H trading post for stockmen unil all the foundations for the early rort lines, now ho prom inent in Hip lifp of thp community, inn laid through herds of rattle Hut thp disadvantages of the dla trlct were niorp or Iphs offset bf Hip natural productiveness of the soil, the ease with which the land 8014 he Buhdned and placed under rultl vation and the ahundnnt supply of water for Irrigation anil for domestic- PORTLAND NEWSPAPER MAN ANALYZES THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF VALLEY Shows That in Only A Few Years A Wonderful Change For he Better Has Taken Place in Malheur County And Brings Out the Fact That There is Still A Big Work to be Accomplished. and flocks of sheep. So It Is that , ,,He- Tl,e country nnturally appeal all Hip traditions of Ontario are,p(l ,0 tll, Kod roa' pnthuslast be i ( A. ...

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. — 2 September 1915

TngPNTARIO ARGUS, SEPTEMBER 2, 3013. PAGE FIVE . LOCAL NEWS Karl Urlffln is visiting relatives nt Mt. Vernon. Dr. Weeso and Mrs. Vale Friday. Weesc were In Charles Decker lu In from WeHtfall for a few days. I Frank Hader made a trip to MM Ihtls week. l)r. Suraxln of Nyssa wan In town TiiPHday. M. K. Newton Is eaHt for a few weeks to huy his fall stock. Mrs. W. W. Ietson la returned from ii trip east to buy stock. W. I). Jcellson of Portland was a visitor here Monday. P. II. Ucnnett whs up from Moun tain Home th first part of tlte week. Mrs. Marie Fisher was a visitor Friday and Saturday. Holse ' Miss IC tit Ii "V-tt is (he guest or 1 1 ends In Val I thin week. Frank Hlthaupt of Ladrandc was here Friday and Saturday. W. E. Friday. Kvans came In from Holse C. K. Johnson of West fall spent Saturday and Sunday here. II. W the last lb-lifer of Welser was here of the week. Tex Daniels of Denlo Oregon was a visitor here for the wek end Mrs Kvelyn Hollinsake of Welser was a Sunday visitor I...

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. — 2 September 1915

l'A(JK SIX THE ONTARIO ARGUS. SEPTEMBER 2, 1915. I BAKER PIONEER DIES SUDDENLY Maker,- After all Illness of only n few lnys tlnir' ! Pi '"-, p'o-i MT mining mini I i " Oregon, died at liis homo on Dowcy Ave, aged Si) .1,11 i u. .11, ........ mi glVPtl IIS HlP CBUSC Of lllH death Mr. Foster vvus nil old settler here being tin- lirst rlprk of Maker ihimi ty. WEISER MAN WEDS A SEATTLE GIRL Welter, Edgar Warnri-, son of I'hns Warner of this city, ami Miss Mr la Mttlefleld of Seattle wen iiiiitiy married sutuniuy August II . hi the ('ongraffttlonal church, kf tin- pMter, Dr. W n Aahlojr. Tot i 1 1 1 1 ir people are al home to tiirir Meade at their residence, 4o Khhi Conn sirii'i element to consider when placing u p1 to Ihl list later. Janiieson and sex hand will play Wednesday, thp entrantH will also he lipid as wpll as value on these lands, under the Mrogati, Mig Baad, Owyhee, Kingman Vale hand Thursday, an.l the Ontario cow pony and express pony races sources of unending supply. Kolonv...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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