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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 March 1916

HENRY MORGENTHAU eflgaafei-i ' VJT- I H sMeW. if ww H Eta, s ' g&. a' i - IsgW 'Jfr J B. Thoto by American I'rM Association. Henry Mergantiau, American Am bassador to Turkey, who haa returned home for a vialt. MAYORS UNITE FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE Ht. Louis, Mo A permanent organi zation of American mayors to promote the cause of national defense waa ef fected hero at a meeting of mayora and tbelr representatives from (0 large cltlea. The organisation la to be known aa tho National Defenae conference of mayors. Mayor Kiel, of Ht. Ixiuls, who presided, appointed a committee on resolutions of 11 men. This commit tee Is to report Saturday afternoon. The conference at Ita final business sessions adopted resolutions declaring fur universal military training, for a navy that will make this country the first naval power In the world, for the locating of arsenals and munitions planta at places distant from' either coast and from the Mexican or Ca nadian borders, for the mobilisation of physi...

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. — 9 March 1916

TO THE VOTERS OF MALHEUR COUNTY. It la generally conceded that ine office of asucssor In a hard position In fill to the general satisfaction of the public. Why is It? Ih It because we are not able to find bh capable men for that office an for the other offices of the county? Dear reader, may 1 venture an an swer? Our present system of taxa tion may bo responsible, let tin aee. It being the dutjfc of the nnsesKor to assess nil the taxable property In the county, In- funis he Ihih ii wry illlllcult problem tn secure 11 Just MMMI on the live stock Industry, under our present Kysteiu of taxation, which has a tendency to breed distrust, oil'1 Mock man with mint her, unlll It hi almost become n custom to give In lean stoek than tin I i.. llv have. In order that the) will not pay OMN than their IBOrS Ol taxes, one with another, with BOYOf n thought that they :irc di Irnudlng hM farmer, the business num. mill otluri whoae properly Is on record, who would be dodging If only they could. If we...

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. — 16 March 1916

Mm0 tm m VOL. HO ONTAIUO, M Mill I I! COINTY. Illtl .( . . I III l.sli . ; II i, loin NO. 11. CERTAINLY PAYS TO RAISE SUCH HOGS The Cood Prices Paid For Thoroughbred Stuff. A short time ago (lie price of hogs dropped mi. I about Hint time many of tin- farmer who were raining Iiorh sold out all they had and declared that It wan ImpoHHlhle to make hog raining pay In tins country. There were other people who thought differently and they were an alter to huy llieiie hogs as the own era wore to nell and I hi- result 1 the last named hIiumI to mnke a nice mar gin of profit on their lnventnx.it Of course the above haa reference only to Htock hogs. There In anoth er line of hog ruining that shown an even hetter margin, which wrh Illus trated here Saturday when the I ' foe herd of 0, I '. white wbh sold These were well known prize winning anlmalH and there w a large crowd pnment to Mm nome of the Htock, hut the most of It went to Tunny, tlie butcher who In gong to ralne hogn aa a aide laaue....

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. — 16 March 1916

. - mm m HUGO SYSTEM t'llil ' : II. Two i la method, whldh in- malatalBB will make f r ii it growing IB Ihe Don on profitable, bare ub( boat ,! I im.-.i tor th. la Indttatrlal and r, .,.,1 tf aj here by Arthur m 0bi , wbo baa Jaat ooa Illcloil I.I, IniciCjallnll f I'm PllstPrn markets, under i ho d .in. in, ii adrooatoa la New fork. Mr. (iPBry rbIi! that. Ill i. norll iill ibOVld N Id IBdBT mil' tlon a auld be imp eanl i al aai lonal boa for nil fruitgrower' aaaoeiatlOBa in the BOBBl At p loada of fruii consign, I ts, w In" aompeto with aaeb other in labmltt ing priaaa lot lie Aooordtag t Mr ; . :i r . the PT pus Is otip of bid ding down, Purchasers up- pi ed with in rail accept Hip lea i in icoa. lip Mid th.it ttu- remedy lp In I H in 'ii 'VHlfiii: Unit fruitgrowers ahould oi paalaa aio ily i allons should .liln i in lip Bold lit iiiirllim hy directly i niitipi-ti -I 14 ii, rn tha proaaa i would Umb ho hup nf bidding up. n i wmplo of hoar tha reeom ed Byntpiii might Mirk was cited ...

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. — 16 March 1916

First Glorious Showing oi iiiew Spring Apparel Our First Showing of New Millinery, New Suits, New Dresses, New Coats, STARTS FRIDAY OF THIS WEEK. You do not want to miss seciivv our New Spring Showing of New Wearing Apparel bought hy our buyers direct from the best markets. Also at this showing will be new Spring models in (iossard Corsets, New Waists, New (Iloves, New Embroideries, New Laci'S, New Dress Goods, in all the latest weaves and materials. OKIVWtTMIAT hieim: DDIVMtTMIM STOIti: iW mA am Bl ONTARIO 9uXg Hr j o n c c o rM J mm mm I on e n J M W REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS BWerslde HomMtMd Co ii Mrs. I 0 mil, i-tM 7-s in n.iii I, till, IV J. T. fleiiient et ux to Helen Cle ment. Lot 4 III II Villi', Or! II III II. Kmpirc Lumber ( 0. Ul Bol in- i.iiininT (c, . i.c.i i ::-4 hi i ! KM rodga'a .dn. Vnif, Lot I ' I ' ' M II n.lrodgo's km Vsile. Lot K to II III. fi Nyssa, lilt lii . K I l HI til C7 Ontario, K.I. It!. 118. fit, I. Ada III et II III ll.il I I Lumber Co., Lots 1 nml 7 11? O...

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. — 16 March 1916

The Ontario Argus ; M. E. BAIN, Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Published I icn llnir-ilav Entered In the I'ohi Office at Ontario. Oregon, for transmission through the mall ah second cla mall maltiT i li.m fought to emancipate an np- i neighbor, and, victory won. gave back Cuba to the Cuban, ent an army of schoolmaster to educate for liberty the Filipinos, asked no war Indemnity from their vanquished 'niMiiy. but paid him liberally for hla property. Meanwhile they offered Innd freely to any farmer who would live upon and cultivate It, opened to foreign Immigrants on equal term i lie door of Industrial opportunity, iIuh'mI with them political equality, and provided by universal taxation lor universal education The cynic who can see in this his tory only n theme for his egotistical satire Is no true American, whatever his parentage, whatever his blrth plnic Hi' who looks with prlil.' upon this lib lory which his fathers have written by their heroic deeds, who 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. — 16 March 1916

NOTICE. Dr. W. O. dental office Inc. Howe ha moved his to the Wllmm build IS tf PERSONAL-LOCAL Lady with two small phlldren wish es position nn liouxnkeeper on ranch. Inquire at Argun. 10-11 Thoroughbred Bronr.e turkeys for ale Mrs R. B. Clladlsh, Houte 1 Payette, Idaho. 10-11 Hnyes was down from Vale Cull mii I seed wheat ho. It (lladlsh for Blue Stem Payette I'.nute 1. Irla-10-11 Bead Oats I have 300 bushels of aide oats for sale, excellent seed, will sell for 2 cents per pound, f. o. b. Adrian. Ouy Johnston, Route 3, Parma. 9-13 I'liper IIiiiikIiiK This is the season for painting, wall papering and kalaominlng. I inn prepared to handle work In I lie country or city. Everett Wisdom iru Wanted- By young with family preferred. Telephone 31m. lady work, References. It For rent, 8 room brick house, mod ern, central, on Main street. A. L Hproul. lOtf Paperhanglng, Painting, K.il u'lii.ti Ins, etc., 7-tf W A Deputy. Phone 88 N 4. CIKCMT jriMJK I hereby announce my canilldacy for the off...

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. — 16 March 1916

TROOPS WILL START SOON, SAYS FUNSTON General Tells of Difficulties of Campaign: Advises People to Be Patient. i Ban Antoul". T. x While confident Ihut viiin iii ha captored or killed and hit band ol bandit wiped not, ,,., ,.,,,. (.MIllv rmtsrowMi1 as Major Omoral Poootoa, directing the ,,,,.,,, h, ,, ,,, mf.rtln ,t atloni for the pursuit ly imer lean troopa, expecta a hard, dangerout, , I perhaps i long i i fcalt cooked Tin- tnsl nln-id Of ub ., win in- , ii.iik H,,'l lll'lil'in" "I' Booorol Pnnaton'i statement regard tm Hi. it) of thr punltu. . podltloa'i di wat lo roply to what in. termed the Impattanoa of Um . ..; ..r . . ,! ai "Tin' people nuil lie patient," he aald. "Vc most iiilriiiat.lv p tor thl thing In tin' firm pi must use. m much aa poaalbla, who are ooeootomod to Moslcoo bor der duty However, these nun DM aot he NMTti from thrlr i aoatl until Hoy ire relieved li troops drawn from Othi r departments and hurried to the border." The general aald prepm gtlODl for the going ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 March 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With enrh SO cents purrhasr and this i. nil. m you will be ml i' lid to Z.OOfl VOTK.H. A 'TO COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES ) . Y (I.MJh. tounl Nrhiml Siiprrint, nil.nl raatfall Itama j t'port ! Our Brliiinl Kroiinil Im ilrv anil we. are Benin ll ! In I'l 'i bull ami ntlier oiimIoui i::ii i. i' certainly ap preciate tM ' I Mr. and Mm. IIIrIihiuIIIi Imve baan oiiiilo"il lii t"eli our ahool . next Tin- -1ki.iI kiivb n sbort Iturbnuk program I he Hiuentli nf March. Tlio pupil In tbe 1 1 r I n i . i r room have iniuli' -n ii graaa tbl Home have re.m M 'nany n twenty five Miieiii"tilary BOOl liaie mIhh i r ii croat Interest In tlidr writ liiu mid number work. The ivi ht BVptll In tin' llftlt (tr.iile have toM BplBBE'14 work ko fur There him liriMi rivalry fur li-adiTHhlp froi ' I V Im iti'Tiim ti led the firm and n-cund months; Webatcr Jmif tin- Ihlnl iitul four! I. : ani llyd tied tin' lirth and Hlxth month. ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 March 1916

Cherry Bark Cough Syrup curi?,; fOUGKTCTBT1 ,: 3ST ? I'onlalnn no hahtt-fnrmini Hrux or or danvrriu Inrrrdlrnta tl la i Iranarly ptraaant. prompt anil rfTrrlttal HlanHarH I'rlra TKIa Sal " 2'ir T" 9fir HeoM Store Cream of Almonds m Render I In' skin white, soft and pliable and i prac tically a liquid cold cream, that prevent roughness and chapping; Fcsf fl Standard Price Thl Hale One Hot Hi- Two Bottle 35c :;;c March 18 -Saturday to Saturday Sale -March 25 You Ask Us, "What Is a One-Cent Sale?" and "Can You Afford to Sell Merchandise at These Prices?' It is ?. sale wWp yon buy an item at the regular price then another item of the same kind for lc. As an illustration : The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this price and by paying lc more or 26c you get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high class standard piece of merchan dise just the same as we sell you every day at regular prices, and have sold you for years. Our answer is "We Cannot.' This s...

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. — 23 March 1916

m mtfari r$m. VOl,. ONTARIO, M Mill I It COtNT, WJON, TIH'KMHV, M4IM'II itil, lll. no. m. ALLIES HOLDING A CONFERENCE IN PARIS Some Pence Talk Effects the World Markets. THE HAODE, March 20 A war onrorence of prnbsble momentuous Importune" Ih about to open In Paris, whore military and political rnprosen laHves of every one of the entente al lies are gathering. Tlil'i taken In conjunction with ru mor n of peace which have prevailed tor the laid 24 hours, gives rise to all oris of conjecture, and tlia fnrlhron. 2ng conference Is being watched and awaited with extraordinary interest, especially by the advocates of peace. Itoportl emanating front America today were that a cable message had been received tit Galveston, Tex . from a London authority, which wan aald to he tnfortneil that "Immediate peace is ia sight," cancelling arrange for a considerable amount of tonnage The peace reports arc also aald to have affected the Mock markets at New York, London and 'In- Bourse. where nhrupt de...

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. — 23 March 1916

HILL'S PHARMACY Big Closing Out Quit Business Sale Will End March 31 One More Week and Regular Prices Must be Re-established Ontario will have but two Drug Stores. Every Drug purchased then must carry a profit to the dealer Now is the time for you to stock up and protect yourself against the advancing Drug prices Everything goes, except contract music goods. Thousands of items at prices that will save you 30 to 60 per cent of your Drug money Sale Prices on Patent Medicines 70 cents will buy any dollar preparation, such as Pinkham's compound, Paine's Celery compound, Kodol Dyspepsia remedy, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Swamp Root, Peruna, Mile's Nervine, Price's remedies, Wine of Cardui, etc. etc. Wright' Liquid Smoke, 6 bottles for $4 35c will buy any 50c preparation, such as Chamber lain's Cough, King's Cough, Foley Honey Tar, Kemp's Balsom, Sloan's Liniment, De Witt's Kid ney Pills, Antiphlogistine, Canthrox, etc. Troy Syrup of Figs, 3 bottles 75 cents Drugs and Chemicals Carbolic Acid, 1...

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. — 23 March 1916

MUSIC TEACHER IS IHONMIDKS. Ironside, March 9 Tjrplcnl March weather prevail! at the present time Much rain and wind and snowy squalls arc varying the general thaw. Many farmers are completely out of hay and herds of stock are being turned to the range. A number of Last Thursday afternoon the boys' glen rlub presented their music teach er with a beautiful cut glass, silver mounted Jewel nine, Miss Wheeler has trained the volees of the boys of .ranchers are feeding grain to their the high school to such an extent that 'ntock. If uthorford Broa. purchased they mnde a very good showing In Home hay of Anderson during the the musical given at the high Bchool Week, paying $20 a ton. They also a ahort time ago and much credit has 'purchased at Hrogan 600 bushels of been given them for that entertain roent. Wishing that this credit should ho appreciated, not only as to the ability of the hoys, hut as the combined efforts of the trainer and the boys, the music club took this method of expres...

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. — 23 March 1916

The Ontario Argus M. E. BAIN. Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance ritlillsli.il Kvery Thursday. Entered In the Post Office at Ontario. Oregon, for transmission thro'iuh the malls as second data mall mutter what or tmuco Only a brief time after 1 1 1 I'uri tans landed In New Knglnnd and tlie Cavaliers In Virginia, the stcnilv ex termination of the Indians began. It Is eiisy In ! t thai MOM Of til" wars with them might have hern livoidi'd. Iiml not th( ' (01 I to l.i in ! 'ml from the lilt the rule was that the Indian had right! thai Hie while man VII hound to respect , unci ' lie M 'it I world hM boon that no barbarous land In the pott Of th" world's ndviMi" inienl Th" Spaniards went ti ueltlea thi ,u .,,,!,. nii.l then for DOOM and then turning n round workmen, the mothers or some oth er class, and do not stop to Investi gate whether the plans are practical or not. Consequently they wakp up and find that under th lazy old hus band law the worthless hubby Is put to...

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. — 23 March 1916

Its Blossoming Time hr the Style Buds of fashion Make a trip up town this week just to see the New Millinery, New Suits, New Coats, New Dresses, New Skirts and Waists, as they bloom from day to day direct from the makers. m ONTARIO sfl) fWf oreoonJ B fc e "' wm aWf PMMItTMKNT HTOHK PERSONAL-LOCAL Or. Pogue waa a visitor to Boise Tuesday. T. D. Tlrosnan waa registered In llolse Monday. Jinn.". 8mall and wife, of Want fall, were here Tuesday. W. T. Lampkln wai called to Boise Monday on Ii'IhIiiphk The (lulld will meet with Mra. W. W. Wood today. Mr. and Mra. Pete Duford were Bolae visitors Saturday II V "lenient la ao far recovered that he left the hoapltal. Oorgc McKnlght ha been In On tario a fow day thla week. H. E. Young, the Vale merchant, waa hero Monday on liuxlneaa. Mlai Morfltt, of Malheur City, la the guest of Mlaa llatel lackey. Mlai Lola Cook of Vale, waa the Kueat of Mlaa Margaret Dunbar laat ..k Mra. Laughlln of Bolae, la vlalllng with hor daughter, Mra. Olover, thla ,ec...

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. — 23 March 1916

M I.IIKt R ITKMH Malheur nnd linker Telephone 'o .it '!n' office of the secretary In Malheur on March 10, Ht (he call of C. M Morfltt, p rail fill. and decided lofttMd tholr prootal Un'- to Hro Ran nnd JatuKwon. This la a BOM that wlllr-.., I henoii. th-telephone patrons 01 inn country zuu snares of stock were suhscrlbel before the meting wn ndjourio'il Mian Cnrn Morfltt went to Ontario for a few diiys' visit with friends Chas. Morfltt whh n Ilrogan vlslt or Wednesday Mo roportK roads in rjr hail condition. Quito ii number of the young peo ple attpndPd the leap year dance at Hereford Friday night All report .i fine time. Mr. I.ow'loy of Unit) passed thru' Inivn Ktillirilnv on hiu mil to Vnlu to ...... . ... . .. " ' ttend n mineral bind contest to be held Tuesday Wilt? Wham, (leo Whitehead. Mr reyion nnu .vir nnanKianu unu son passed throiiEh town on their way to Vale on land business. Mr. Chapman of Ontario was here on business nrcompnnled by a cattle buyer from Denver returnlnR ho...

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. — 23 March 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With mrh 50 rrnts purchase and thin 'ii i Mm you will be entitled to 2.000 VOTKH. a WITH THE CITY CHURCHES HXI'TIST (HlltlH MlTUM " A large crowd listened to t lie ad dress laat Sunday evening on the tepic: "The Man Who Traded Deatlny for Dinner." The aecond of these ad dresses will be given next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock on the tepic: "The Man Who Traded loyalty for Lucre " Theae addresses will he of IntereM to everybody. The masses of the people that should hear theae ad dreiaee will not come to hear them. The people have made up their mind that they will not hear anything that will come In contact with their aelflah liven. Ood aald In HI Word that, "If the watchman on the walla aee the en- iny coming and fall to warn the peo ple their blood ahull be required at bia band, but if be aee the enemy coning and warn the people and t M fall to heed the warning then their blood ahall not be requir...

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. — 23 March 1916

n In the convention of June 7 In Chlrnpo thrre will ho a notable as- blngo nf I it r k horaee, dark moose dark stenm roller. NOTH !:. I Dr. W. (J dental office inc. Howe has moved hit lo tho WMmin bulld- 15 tf The optimist breed golden oppor tunities Tho pessimist I the fath er of misery. Reed n.ii I inivfl 300 bushel of elde oats for sale, excellent seed. will sell for 2 cents per pound, f. o b. Adrian. Ouy Johnston, Itoute .1 Parma. . . 8-13 i Paper Hanging Thin ! the leason for painting. wall papering and kalxomlntng. I em prepared to handle work In the country or ell, Kerctt Wisdom. tf9 For rent, 8 room brick house, mod ern, central, on Main street. A I. Hproul. lOtf Papcrhnnging, Painting, K.il umln Ing, etc., 7-tf W. A. Deputy. Phone 86 N 4. THE HOG SITUATION IN THE NORTHWEST worn oooim nwiiu I wish to announce myself a candidate for the democratic notnl nation for county surveyor at the coming primary election. II. P. Farmer, present inruiubent. N 'III! I IT Jl'IMJF. I hereby...

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. — 30 March 1916

ttfcurtjpf vm. me vol.. no ONTARIO, M.W.HKIlt COUNTY, OROON. THCIIHDAV, MAIM H BO, lOlfl. NO. 18. PARENTS-TEACHERS E. M. KIRKPATRICK ; KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS E PRICE IS PAID ASSOCIATION MEETS DIES IN CALIFORNIA INITIATE CANDIDATES TORE EOR CROP OE WOOL TO HAVE PRUNE DRYER Dr. Weese and P. J. Gallagher the Speakers. Th Ontario-Teacher Association held a vorjr enthusiastic and Instruc tive meeting In th auditorium of the high school building last Friday ev ening. The room wa wall filled with par ent, both men and women, who are t.klng a keen Intereet In the re sult accomplished thus far by the -aoclatlon. The evening's program wa started off by the boy' glee club of the Hull achool. Their effort were o well appreciated by the audlenre that they were called back for a second num ber. Thl win followed by Dr. W. J. Weeae In a forty minute lecture on Heredity and Rugenlr which wa both Instructive and highly enler talnlng What I hare to nay I not based on any fine-spun theories dealing with h...

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. — 30 March 1916

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Important Occurrences of Past Week Briefly Compiled for Gur Readers. Oregon's metal production for H1C Will exceed IS, 000. 000 In valtte. A co-operative cream shippers' anno I elation was organised at Dayton. The drainers of Una county plan to open a public market In Albany. A $30,000 or $35,000 school build- tng Is to be erected In Ih near future i at Hood RWer. An agitation la on In Morrow county for the Improvement of the Heppner- Lexington road. The CM Curry cheese association wan formed at a conveutlou of factory ewnerH In foqiillle. J L Stockton, of Halem. p-esldent of the Oregtm Hetail Merchants' asso elation, hen resigned. Oregon. ' a Whit Leghorn ben at the Oregon afrit ultural college, has laid her thousandth Kg Oenoral resumption of all the Idle lumber mills In Maker county Is plan ned within t Ik- next few weeks. As the result of mass meetings held I laat week, a beet sugar factory is 1 assured for Sutherlln nest year. ! tine honore...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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