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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1916

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY (tilted Slates lent - . .Woodrow Wilson. It President Thos. It. Marshal Secretary of Stale,. . Robert Lansing Secretary of Ti .,.,. . W 0, McAdoo Secretary o War, . . L. M Garrison ' Attorney-Co .i Thos W. Gregory Postmaster-! Bi ,.!.... A. Burleson ! Secretary of n J. Danlela ' Bec'y of Interim .Franklin K.Lano ,8ec'y of Agrlc iltut,, D. F. Houston Sec'y of Comm-tre Win. C, Redfleld - "lary of Ln u i . . .W. B. Wilson Sec'yto the Pros J. P. Tumulty l'. s. Hupren i Coon Chief Justice. . . . F.dmurd il tVhl'.n Associate Justices, Joseph Mceotinn Oliver Wnndeb f'-dmaa LINDLEY M. GARRISON fir A . sjdL - tot. '.'aPAl br Amsrtrsn PrfS Association. Llndlsy M. Garr'ion, sscretsry of wsr, who resinned because President Wilton would not Insist upon ths Con tlnantal Army plan. BRIEF WAR NEWS Ml ilny fur the last mnnth 1000 mm have enlisted in Canada fpr aerv-, Ice overseas. On the llrltlah front there have ' hecn snpplnii operations ntul bombard ment hy both stl a On the ll...

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 February 1916

TlIU r A .,,,,,. , 1 IK? ' nttiriO AlgUb M. E. BAIN, Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance rahllahed Every Tlmrmtay Kntoro1 In the l'ost Office at Ontario, Oregon, for Iran mission Ihrt the matla an oncond class mall nu AN HOVoH ROL1 We wish, tr '. v haart talk Itii oi I ejtjjk to lat 0 tnech ' "v c"1 "' '" "' ,,y ' ''"'' fort an' Win': Mr M rah 11 ' lha r -"ire hi left 1 "tuc-n :. ti dollirs of uspald I tr 1: par There Is no rti -, ner 'I r six tiunrf-i.l rtn lars. ittt tli' i" re .... .. u .1- 1 r. .1 .iliacrlh i .-.. nvr ...a ...- - 1 1 11 a anunr jfjtaea Won 1 "'" '" ' " y 1 la Uh ,, ira us it m i'ii- .l.'hta of the d"piirl- raal et aslda all fur 'li'ln ; w ,1,1 ., ph 1 did I toi fo ,n gc al.i mi , ii' .., da who w dotal tl " Metattai at pay the old bills lng to establish nil Honor Hull. I puldl-l- 1 of those who call mid get squared on the bonks. To the first one wl rtaaa In as n result of read ing this notice nnd Mfl up we will make a present of one yenrs Mb 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. — 24 February 1916

L"l V mpmmbmmmmmm V 1 - . f VfeAre Distributers of LIMBERTS HOLLAND-DUTCH ARTS C' CRAFTS ' gBtitii j ht ti d jT nrrMfi M I' Ml.)' j TOP CUV1IO WTH genu inc mm LCADO xaSn ubrary furniture N OTMtRIT jui THIS YEAR '16 wlton the enormous demand by European belligerents for material and labor is sending the price sky high, we are PREPARED to deliver, to you nearly every thing in our line at the ONE PRICE. Lumber, wool, leather, cotton, dyes, cork, oils, finishes, metal parts, and labor have advanced 10 per cent to 1000 per cent. . It is these items that tell the principal story in the make up of arts craft furniture, draperies, rugs, linoleum, and dishes etc. HOW CAN WE DO IT? By looking way ahead and contracting when the choice of last years early markets made it possible to buy to advan tage. Another car will arrive this week. HOW LONG CAN WE DO IT? Just as long as goods bought under these con tracts last. If not ready now, we will glanly set aside your selections 'till Spring cleaning...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1916

.. was A ..,.. ; - aai nurtmn Ml MSB l UNIAKIVJ ffgBlW 9W! """'""' IBV vV w if The World's Best Wagon The Peter Schuttler Wapon runs lighter with less strain on your horses than any other wagon in the world. The Old Reliable Peter Schuttler The One Beat Wagon Savei time, harnaaa, horaea, repair expente, and (rivet perfect tervlee. It It built In the careful, honest, old fashioned way of the hlghcat Krade materials (thoroughly air driil) In tho moat complete modern wag-on factory In the world. Thaft Why It hat mainUlned IU reputation lit "Tho Wurld'i Standard" for over 70 yean. Oontm In mnd tho Old Rollmblo V ' ""y Mm I I " "'JpBEsSbW Xl MdDRrflj. fpffi implement .y before buying. bought bcforo the raise. I NOT1CK OF BALH Of PIlori'.UTY in Tin; city ii' ONTAMO, onwaon, ran dllinoi hkt HTKK.K.T AMI SKWI.lt IWWMMTmi NOTICF. IS HKItlillY 01VBN, Hint, II , C Farmer, (itv Marshall of the i ity of Ontario, Oregon, ly order of .. ( "ity Council of Mid City, have vied upon and will cll the p...

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. — 24 February 1916

'tT -i v NyaVs Remedies, Rexall Remedies ONTARIO PHARMACY Eastman Kodaks Eastman Kodak Supplies LIEULENANT BERG by cmmiM. Ifim American I'reea Ae- OOClKtl.Hl. Lieutenant Hani Berg, the O'rmm Offlctr who look the prlxo ship Appam into Norfolk. ANARCHISTIC CHEF THOUGHT POISONER lilrago. The police of every largo illy In tin' Fulled States wore aakcil to aid In a iminl'.iiiit for Jean I'mnoi, snld to In- an anarchist, who la alleged to hav attempted to pol.un 40 cIIh tliiKUlnlii d Chlcugoan at a banquet to Archbishop Oeorge V. Mundcleln In Hip I'nlvorslty Club. I'nmlstakable evidence of poison area dlacovercd by Dr. F. O. Tonney, City chemist, who made a qualitative analyata of part of the auup served at thi liamiuet. Criiitk, r '.laiant chef of the . lub. pr pared the soup slock which made more than loo of the guests III. In hla leal to kill, the maniac over- ahoi hla murk mid put ho much pulaon in the kettle that he iuuui hu ed vlctlmi lick at once and thiy were aj il loath drut; Imm...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 February 1916

CUIMINHTION OF II11AT RUMMAGE SALE DEVELOPMENT WORK '$6,200,000 FOK ircn lifiBUiinri in n n uior rtttr ffinninujn r. ri. widt duaii PHtilYKUMt' Al BUYER'S STORE FOR HIE INTERIOR -ROADS IN OREGON BASKETBALL OUT FOR THIRD TIME A romance whleb i'egnn nt VaH over a your ago culminated in IVrt lanil on the I llli iii the tnnrrini Mias Minnie Bella Smith, Ion II known iiikI popular young lmly of Boi ::.-flcld BtnbblefloM, i prominent civil M Oft The Wt "iiy wan at t)i'' First Unitarlaa ehnrch . Port lanil liy lie. w (I. Illotl Jl . p iif the church. Mrs Stulihli'lii'ld If tbt dnuglrcr Of L. W. Smilh of 2004 Ha. IB hoiilcvnrd, forme. rOB Washington BOUnt) For I nuuii'er of yours she wan a resident ol B and held a responsible poaltloi In the office of the state in a iii-t and also bh stenographer for lv.ii of the prominent law firms In the city A little over :i war ago ahe accepted a county position at Vale, where ahe met Mr Stulilileneld, who In promot ing an Irrigation project In Malheur ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 March 1916

(Bniwei r$m. fPj i VOL. 20 ONTAHIO. MAUIKMt COUNTY, OKrXJON, Tllt'ltMDAY. MAKCII 2, ll. NO. , WILL COMBINE TWO ONTARIO STORES Under BrothWl nnil McCoy llroth prn have i mi i I in I i'l 1 1 1 :i t 1 1 1 ( run aervc tin' pnlillr, holier by combining their Hl(irkn, rearranging Hielt lnri nail huvp .ill I hn grnvcricH In Ml niiini mill nil nf tin- luri' rnniii for (In- ili goodl : 1 1 I abOO 1 1 ' in r 1 111 ! t Workmen nri' niivv Im cutting n largo nrili in connect lln' two sales rootiiH iiml In ii fi'w iIhvm nil tin- urn ' i w III lir lii tin- mom nil I in in pled liy tin' McCoy brothers ;nnl Ilii' oIIiit room will In- rearranged ami Improvd ity tin' cutting torn !' ipone tlin public ran hp lipttpr nerved mill liy Ilii' combining Of tin' slocks ii larger ami bettor MlMtlea rmi be carried. Tlir iipw nrrmiKPiiK'tit will enable Mr. UiiiIit to devote IiIh ptillrp llini' to tin" ilry v.imhIh iiml shoe depart ments iiml relieve lihn of tlin work Involved In looking nftiT the gro ceries. TIi...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 2 March 1916

FORT boik.;;;ont IS TAKEN EY GERMANS French Frii in Strong Efforts to Retake Important Ver dun Fortification. Merlin, via London-Determined at tempts made by French troop to re capture from the Hermann Port Dniiau snont, DM "f thi- rmtlyltiK Verdun for tirtcatloDi, were repulsed with san guinary losses, acconlliiK to the offi cial statement Issued by the Oerm.ri headquarters staff. Herman troops, 11 waa asserted, had stormed the fortified Works of Hant.citnoiint. as well I town of rhampti'Mivlllr- and the Colt do Tntou The number of unwoundid Frenehtnen taken prisoners. It was added. MaM imm Fort Tionaumont waa raptured at the mint of tin- biiyonet, by llir Twi I ty fourth Hrntid'ntmrK regiment Tiny tnrni' I the fort in split of a rain of ahelta from artillery and maihlne runs Fort Donnurnont la one of the trotiicoHt of the 21 forts difi-udlnn Yardun. It I tnn l and stone aid il rapture open the way for nil il? M Fori li.-il ville, 8t Mb h I mid loarllt. "I hi iir-niT' I fortress of...

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 March 1916

TRAINS COLLIDE IN FOG: FIVE KILLED Wreck on N. P. Near Spokane Results in Death to 5 and Serious Injury to 3. Spoknnc, Wnsh I'lvo persons were killed mill time seriously Injured at Kouth Cheney. IT miles west of Spo kane, when Northern Pacific train No. 2, known us Ibf North Cnasi Limited, ran Into the n-ar Of WoftBWB I'nclflc Iliirllimton trnln No. 4'.', telescoping an empty day COMti Hint was hciiig "di'iulhi'iidi d" riot Into tli" rear Hull mini Dt llir I'.nilhi -Ion train, which was standlm: in front of i lie Ktallou. 'I llo lll'l i I III llilppcl -l ll ilollSI fog. 'I I .! ad. I ; lloa Calmer, ntn'e chem- lit. I'ul' nan. Wash. I .1 MlttniOk, deputy oil Inspector, jpokane I.cc N'. Conry, Nortlvrn 1'aclflc traiollm; lOMOOjgW nui-iit, Spokane. II I. Ilcrkcy, traveling snlcsman, I'ortlnnil, Or. J. J White, Spokane. Seriously Injured R. .1 Spear, I'omcrny, Wash. Dr. John Matthew. Everett, Wash. J. A. I'ayant, l.ns Angeles. All the dead and Injured were either asleep or dressing when...

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 March 1916

The Ontario Argus M. K. BAIN, Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Publish. si Kvv.er.vs Tlmr-iluy . Filtered In tin- Host Office nt otit.no. Oregon. (M traagailaaloB throBgh tlif malls as NOOBd class iiuiil mat" t L4MIK AT Ul It ROLL OK BORORARLKM j,nt . minced th nig 'f II Hull nt 1 1 tl . : anil Wl but two i to UBoani thin lllll KniiW llllll oilier "ill Ki'l III ''. tofi an' ti,' i i bi we an out after five hundred dollars tO pay bark lulls nil we want every subscribe! who 1 not paid n full year In ndvunri In come In anil assist uh In getting tllON hill pal.l Tin' ilnllur Ih it Niniill 111 sit t it o( you, Inn tin' total will tin UM Mirk for ns mill relieve us of a big load The first mi tin- lint Ih CM II.miii. thai nl'l tamlli... who run always bi relied on In it time of need. Con In among tin- tlrst settlers Of till tion ami wo will noon he able to give our reader a atnry of hi pio neering bow V. T Vinlcrson Ih BMtlMf OTBO reHpoml.il loyally ThlK Is I In- in i...

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 March 1916

NOTICE. Dr. W. O dental office Ing. Howe ha moved his to the Wilson bulld- 16 tf PERSONAL-LOCAL J Dean, of lli'iilnli, was 11 caller here this week. Mrs. 0. K. Wood, of I'nrnia, To RXCHANGB. Two good 7 room houses near l(.r(, Wodncsdnv Hart Shea of Jiinturu WIIH business center and State I'nlverMlty, Eugene, Ore., for Irrigated land In Oregon or Idaho. I'rlre $11, 000, w w. Ittraaa, Mil Ave. I'nlt BALI I" una, Ota wan a vls- llor here thin week A daughter was liorn to Mr and Mrs. Win Huffman on the L'llth. Win McKratm lied to Nys- daiiKhter of Uev. and Mrs. Skuggs, of Ainei'ic. ,. i kite, and h Krau.'i. The, mi' .it lioine al ran I'iiIIk. Mr Kraiia wan with the Mm', hardware store hero a fow yearn ago. Ad llmoDi 'will to i loaned Tuc: day with (lovernor Ah-niidni, who delivered an address Hi Politic:- Is warming up In Idaho and the Hov emor considers his OhMIOM ol It I FORGING AHEAD A large niiinher of leases hae I n llled on state land In the. (lem dlltrlot during the pusl low week...

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 March 1916

AX ON SMALLER 1 INCOMES UNLIKELY Democratic Leaders in House Decide to Put Defense Levy on Sums Above $3000. Washington Tha propoaal to amend ho Inenmi tax luw In nH to Include smaller lin one It tiially to In' abandoned In l.nnr ot an in creased rati M those ivlren.lv I 1X1 1. It B (lie l.m il li) ilfiii'K riil ! house It'UlllTH, Sentiment ngnluat ln rltii: emptlnn limit mi tin' order to provide additional revenue fur the prepared nosa program i r. Hl.ilin 'I. I' In tin' democratic ill. rratle l . idei Kltrhln tt- -i.it ! against changing the present nniilninin nf $1, 00. Sl'K till 1) prill. StlltltS UCIllllSt all redaction plana bava bggogst Ban OUtKliiik.il ilallv. Laadan doelared thai rlrtoall the entire ircparciliii-.s revenue burden would lie mi't Willi Inrimii' taxes Ten tatlvc til tin loiikltiK to raising linn. HOO.tMiti solid) hv mi tin n HKril llicomo to rnte arc being discussed anil will tie offered soon In i iininiltti Altlinntli neither the naval ntir mili tary affair- ...

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. — 2 March 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY nniinnu with mri. .-, ,ini- KIIIi Pl'rrhRM.' iin.1 I his UUUI Ull coupon you will be entitled to 2,000 VOTKS. a WHO WILL GAIN POSSESSION OF THE EARTH ? To the Editer: Tho ureal wnr which Is mow niK ItiK in Kiiriipi', ii. it ui'iilly i tlM qurHtlim of tho fiitum mnstury of thnt portion of 1 1 - world. Should them ho n decisive nulCOBM lo tlM struggle, tha rietortous power sroaM ho III it mp -I I Ion lo dictate term In Europe, ami from Uu Ui.i ' ni rope It would he hut u step to Hie poHltlon of wiirlil Hiipretiinry. Thei able harrier In however an Imputes the pathway lo thin coveted goal of power. The Wiril of the Almighty has declared thai there will never again be upon till earth auCCCHHor to i in ii r I ii I Koine No conqueror will ever arise who will be able lo bring the world lo his feel. No nation will ever be able lo bring all the oilier nation Into i.tihjcrtiuii This Ih plainly .stated In...

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. — 2 March 1916

. COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES Hy FY CI-ARK, County School Superintendent Ionian Yallf). Manu.-il Hi tuna and domestic art have been added to the upper grade, ami high MkOOl work In tin Jordan Valley kcIiooIh Since Scntiiiilipr the pupils of In termediate riimn of the Jordan Val ley schools have kept their best handwork lurltidinK wnodeuttitiK HH Ing, fri-e liitnd ruttliiK etc t'hrlstimiK week found them wllli I 00d supply of work ready fur tin -it pnri-nts' ln uperticin Teuehor and pupIN were 1" lighted to WlOtBI M many frletoi and aWBtl Who lm I" Cted I li" M hlhlt. Nearly iviTviini' mi Hiirprl mmI that with the crudest materials (old bones, knives, hlinifl mid HnWKi the tiny aovld baa nuidi" net aplendld display Tli work of Oxv H l.oxojoy, Iruin I'nrls nnil 0 lnrrai Hv wall done Tin1 children ml eni'onr.ieed by their praises and AT proparitiK exeti a hill ir 41 I 1 . i lor the closing of school. 'I'll,. Btfl ' uitik' HI done nr rordliiK tn tin- Oregon Agricultural Oattlgt Iiilli'tin I mid...

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. — 9 March 1916

(JDittnrtw r$M. VOL. !l ONTA1UO, MtlJIK1'R'(XlNTV, ORBQpV, THl'RHDA V. M All H l, 1016. NO. 10. m A SAW MILL FOR PAYETTE VALLEY The Weyorhauanra will thl-i month dofllnltch locate the big limilicr mill thev will build In the Puyctte valley to saw their v,i i timber holdings In it.. iitiv ti in.tii if Puvoitn -....i.i h. umIo.Io.1 n iha ultn In ni.ltp of the ton Unit Kinniett possesses interior n:itiirl advantages for such a mill lint Kiiimett 'h hops, went a-glliiiniorlng thin week when ari- noiineonient win mndc by the ,,,,,, pany's representative, Harry Shell- worth, that all the land owned by the mm I,..., i 1 be i, ut on the marker A contract has been given to Hilt Little to level the land anrt seed It to alfalfa, after which It will be sold In 20 tind ,40-acre tracts lly liiinn certainly worked a smooth scheme when he Induced prominent Short Line officials to become stockholders in the now hotel to ho built at Pay ette. - Kmmett Index. INDUSTRIAL CLUB WORK N. C. Maria and Mlaa ...

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. — 9 March 1916

ClubTerms $1 Now $1 Weekly ... . r want you to sir tin- DOMESTIC SCIENCE EXPERTS have designed and located vir Sooaidr eon- reuienee exactly at your fingers ends. Skilled mechanics and inventors have perfected the many working features, NOTHING HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED that could improve its convenience or add to your comfort. That's why a million women use and praise the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet for the hours of time and miles of steps it saves them. You can easily roll the Hoosier ahoiit n its hall bearing casters, and the metal sockets ,-an't break. These, ami other Hoosier Gold .Medal features, will be demonstrated to all the folks who call tomorrow. Those who are not read to I : won't Ix expected to. v will scarcely have enough eabinets to last the week out anv wi Hilt We U Milt VOU to eome .Hid leai'll the ilisiil,' la. is ahout kitchen esbtiiets. If jrou missed this I at the San FVancisco Fair, this is your han. e to see what Interested thousand- of people. ONTAPJO INDUSTRIES IN ST...

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. — 9 March 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY U With each 60 cent punnsse una ini million vim Will b entitled to 2,000 VOTKH. A COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES By FAY CLARK. County School Superintendent Southeast Quarter (if Section IB, and bounded and dBBSrtbsd an follows, the North Hair of the Northeast 'cmninenrlng at a point Li.fl chain 'Quarter and ths Smitliwc.t Quarter 'eest'of the nnrtliwest corner of sec- 'of the Northeast Quarter of Section thin I In Township 16 south In Range CMtVfOM ROHi ( My Miss Overstreet) The school Is spending extra time on their music during the "Week of TSong." A cupboard and-hook case are anon to be provided for the school room. This will enable the pupils to care for the materials for hot lunchea and keep their library books In better condition. The cupboard la to be made somewhat like the one designed by Miss Milam of the O. A. C. The grounds are drying so the pu pils count on making their tennis court soon. Thle...

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. — 9 March 1916

The Ontario Argus M. E. BAIN, Pubjjshor. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Publish! Every Thursday. Entered In the Pout Office at OnUim, Oregon. for transmission throuitli the malls n second class mall mutter THK xlM.I I HONOR HOI. I, Last week lincl lull twn iih mi' en our honor lint. lil M01 ., have three, only throe men out of six hund red who owe us on subscription count rnmo In to pay their obliga tions and hlp M meet those thrust upon u Hut that In n good percent ge of Increase, fifty, anil If that keeps up we will nun 1"- whore wo belong with at lHt fifty a week com inn In, then or tan aatlHfy the credit or and feel like a man again. JulU'll Hurley, who In OjB after the noiiilniitiijii for Joint MaotOC on the repulillriin ticket was the flrHt one to call and get IiIh date advanced tn 11M7. fallen ha- been In the news paper business and fully realizes that the collection of the little .li.llur bills l :-n - , .n rciii ! thai It la In I" ' lo lo give tin I pood PP i I...

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. — 9 March 1916

NOTK I Dr. W. Q. Howe has moved hi dental office to the Wltlon bulld- iDf- II tf PERSONAL-LOCAL T kxchanuk. Two food 7 room houses near I business center and State University 8und,r ,Mt Eugene, Ore., for Irrigated land In Oregon or Idaho. Price ft, 000. W. W. StovonB, fifiiiK I Ave. Dr. Ilartlett waa here from Vale Monday. Ham Creem made the usual trip on Lady with two Htnnll children wish es position aa housekeeper on ranch. Inquire at Argus. 10-11 Thoroughbred Ilronie turkeya for Bale Mm. K. II. Oladlah. Houte 1 Payette, Idaho 10-11 Call cm K. it (lladlsh for Blue Stem aeed wheat. Payette Houte 1. Ida ho. 10-11 In mnklng your selection for the coming season give The Honnnt Shop Mllllnnry parlor prominence. Alwaya correct aa to faahlona. : f 8ee Oata I have 300 huahela of aide oata for sale, excelleut aeed, will aell for 2 centa per pound, f 0. b. Adrian, tinv Johnaton, Koute 3, J'arma. -18 Will aacrlflco the following prop erty for quick aalo; Lota 6, 7 and H, Illock 84, City of O...

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. — 9 March 1916

DAVID R. FRANCIS 17 V fl ?2$S .a! B pi David R. Francis, former governor f Mlaaourl, arlectrd to auccecd Oaorge T. Mary aa Ambaaaador to Rossis BRIEF WAR NEWS The situation remalna unchanged on the Russian and Auttro Italian froata. Advices from diplomatic source In Constantinople say that an attempt Thas been made to aaaaaalnate Enver Pasha, the war minister, who was wounded. The Germans admit that In the re gion of Ypres the British recaptured the positions the Oermans took from them February 14. but say the British were Immediately driven out of most of them. The British, however, de clare that tbey have held these posi tions. The Rusalan occupation of llltlla. In Turk lh Armenia, la retarded In Pstro rad as a development of first Impor tance, opening farther the way to lien dad for the Kuaalan armies. The Turks now will lie greatly hampered In bringing up reinforcements for their army that met defeat at Erxerum and Is retreating westwsrd, while the southward thrust by the ftuaal...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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