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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 30 March 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With riirh 50 cent purchase and thin coupon you will be entitled tu 2,000 VOTKS. A V COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES By FAY CLARK. County School Superintendent Huperlntendont Cliurrhlll will come Into the county Wednesday noon, March 29. Wedneaday after noon he will vlalt the Nyaaa achoola Thuraday forenoon he will be In the Ontario achoola and will go on to Vale for the afternoon. Thursday even ing the people of the White Settle ment district and the aurroundln country will have an opportunity to hear Supt. Churchill at the While Hrt. lenient Hrlioolhousn. Friday will be spent in the School Board Con vention to he held In Vole and Sat urday he will be the principal speak er at the local Institute, In Ontario. Miss t'owglll, Mr. Maria. Mr How rd and Miss Clark apent the two weeks from March 8 to 19 orxanU Iiik Industrial Cluhn in the achoola of the county. A great deal of In tercat In thla work haa been ma...

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. — 30 March 1916

The Ontario Argus M. K. BAIN, Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Published. Kvery Thursday. Entered In the Tout Office at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through the matin as second class lmill matter HXNKI.HH AMI HI ll.l. UKPIT. Many of tlin bank are making the am mistake In regard In i ur.il 0T0V It aa they made In regard to postal saving bank. Fearing Hie entrance of new competitor Into the MM IHi Government booking, th an- OPfM Ing rural credit Mil and .ire raising the old Of) Ol ''' well enoiiKh alone." Tli are !! a bull of eniii-: i i. facta v. ii'cn cid not ratal t tint QovoraBi i funds iTi' 10 " permanently ll ' " In fiirin loans; l:t a W I t,, i ,mii foraora! Utal there i ' no (lemiiiid among farmers for Hie new ' i I ' fncllltt's arc ample at foil Interest and that II Hi orOOOOed 10 H ''" ernincni fund- In I HI bank to compete with nd Injun- OttOtlng hanks. i. MM "f the Joint OOBUlttM bin now boCan naaujroai are hucIi that, If the farmer do not desire...

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. — 30 March 1916

"I PERSONAL-LOCAL Have you registered yet? The city hall In the place. W. E. bees was In Ilolse Monday on legal matters. R. W. Jones made a pilgrimage to Retse Krldiiv 11 W. Tlllotson, the Beulah man, was here last week. Mr. nibble was over from Payette Tuesday transacting business. nishop Paddock of the Episcopal Churoh, held services here Sunday. For Kent House now occupied by W. H. Laxson. V. 11. Staples. l.'ltf W II Brooke's son was operated on Monday and the little fellow Is doing line James Lowe of New Meadows, was here trying to buy aome stock last weok. Watch for the Saturday specials In the window of the Millinery and Art store. (' V lllackwell of McCall, was here several days this week buying rnttli For rent, 8 room brick house, mod ern, central, on Mnln street W. II I little. lOtf John Fleming, representing the Cattle i.oiin Co., of Portland, In here this week. TIimm. Turnhiill was here several rtays last week looking after Ills In terests here. W. W. Hose, the Short 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. — 30 March 1916

When an old duffer with D tnarrlc I :. ung girl with a pretty fare the devil pronounce hi bless ing with a wink of the off eye. Die tf Leghorn hotn and chlr (low er trimmed nitlla. new this week, The nonnet shop, Miss M. Wooldrlge, Milliner. NOTICE. Dr. W. Q. Howe has moved lila dental office to the Wilson build lag. It tf Seed Oata I have .TOO bushela of Hide oata for sale, e-.! client seed, will sell for 2 cents per pound, f. o . Adrian. Ouy JohtiHton, Route ;i. Parma. m Paper IIiiiikIiik This Is the season for painting. wall papering and knlHomlnlng. I am prepared to handle work In the country or city. Kverett Wisdom. tf 9 For rent, 8 room brick house, mod ern, central, on Main street. A. L. Kpn.nl lOtf (Paid Advertisements.) FOR OOmrfl HlllVDYOK I wish to announro myself as a candidate for the democratic nomi nation tor county survoyor at the coming prlmiiry election B. F. Farmer, present Incumbent. lit I IT JIIHJK I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Circuit Judge s...

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. — 30 March 1916

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Important Oocurrencet of Past Week Briefly Compiled for Cur Readers. The population at (ho atate peniten tiary ha raachad the high figure of 411. Mayor John O amlar. 10 year old. died suddenly of heart failure at Yon ealla. Hdwln C. Smith, who built the flrat houae In Oranti Paat, died there Mon day, aged II. The queen for the 191(1 roae festival at Portland will be choien from the atate of Oregon. A twostory brick building la to be rerted at MrMlnnvtlle for the W. O. W. lodge of that cltjr. The eenate haa confirmed the nom ination of Victor O. Coiied aa regtsUr of the Burn land office. The northweat dlatrlrt convention of the christian church will be held In lit Johna March II to II. The Humpter Valley railway will build SO mllea from Dixie to tap the rich timber belt In southeastern Grant county. William Wallace Hawley, early day miner of Oregon, Waahlugton and Ida ho, iiieii at hla home In Corvallia of heart dtaeeee. The annual United State m...

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. — 30 March 1916

V, M. PORTLAND LIVE THESE ARE SOME STOCK MARKET GOOD GOOD LI E The supply ! a little off nnd the prima are firm for what Is offered. Steer. The high mnrkot thin year and for several yearn prevloiiH was touched lull' Thursday afternoon on $OM fairly good pulp-fed MM, $K II N Ing the price. Another bunch of hay feds lAhught the With price of $8.35; takg It altogether, the stoer market ended for the week fully 40 cents higher than two weeks ago. with quotations continuing steady. This morning several loads of pulp- I feds went at the high figure of $h II They were of very fair quality. The bulk sold Saturday at $6 25 .60, a week ago at $7.16 810, a month ago at $7.26 7.60, a year ago at $.767.00, 2 years ago at $7.60 8.00, 3 years ago at 7.00 7.90, and 4 years ago at $6.16 30 Hog. A good advance was made this morning on quality, the light receipts showing a high per cent of quality tuff Trading started on a fairly active basis nnd a $9 36 top was es tablished The hulk of sale was aroun...

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. — 6 April 1916

Uouiocral m tiiart vm. ovTAitio, malm Mil COUNTY, OMMMMV, THUMDAV, A WML , mill. no. II. Hi Of BISHOP MrtlH-IH '" ""' """ i.. Mmmb Ahii. in IMllri" -' iuli-lllsliol" Nuphlali l.iie- ( the Mcihodisi r.pisropai illisl l " hospital ' '-a wn, latarta) Ht M fold Pneiimotim wan the cause , ,rilh M' "I" ni I over me In Motiintin . Wyoming ami ami llrd l H. It'll Hit l)(l hrouilii hara f"r burial ' he WM i,,. M i ut ida) lilaliop was ll,,r,i ,n Kilnhol- tpl I'i II, 186:i, Kruilil Din,, u'.' ii'vn anlvarait) rlrvd Ids degree of A M . . . ii i...... (I... I". ...... ai,j if i iiiiui ,,, v iii-i- I'llKbiirK mil Syracuse uul H) in lil pastorates In uri uul t " r i I'n , SI l.oiih. UHI city. Mo where ba was when elevated lo Iha In, HurliiK li career In- win trHor Hi Allegheny i sllaca, Ik. I' . and was 111"' iiiilliui lumlwr "f Iik Hi was well in Una BMl mmpkin HHatl lljuiipkin It) ha lit Hold IiIh lore In Mi nrrult. who Iiiih hanadliK II fOf lilm Hi' found hf local business requires all ' 'i mi...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Important Occurrences of Past Weak Briefly Compiled for Cur Readers. A 1200,000 bond Issue for the Imp qua harbor Ik proponed High water hue AOM niiu li damage to road and fcrMgM '" OIlltMl county. The nth annual dlstrh t OOOrtBtlon, Knights of Pythlaa, waa hold at Sra aid. Tbs Blewelt HoriMirr cnmpanv haa dacldad to move Ita plant from Spokane to Pendleton. The principal office of the Oregon Power company will be removed l Springfield from Rugene Work on the proposed IMMtT building at Oregon agricultural golltge at forvalll began Monday The public achoola of Junction ritv are to have a community Industrie' school garden thla aprlng There have been only two arrest tor druokenneaa In Medfurd lure the passage of the prohibition law Tbe rlae In the price of nuclei this year haa made the grain handling problem an acute one with the farm era Nine editor of Waahlngton count met at Beaverton and organiied the Washington t'uun'y auditorial assocln Uon O...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign REE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME COUPON W Mil i-in li .11 i. Ml- purchase nnd Ihl roll POD u will In- Jmli z.00" votkr. ONTARIO PHARMACY iTTTTTT . 1 1 i i it on ,,,, ik tin "I everybody u Murli now M '" . I '""" """" , n.il nuitiv Ml li K " niMh- aW '""" "" " r in n timl'l' "' 1 1,.. Alfalfa mil, ,,. eiproaalni .. ... .1... Ill, III ll ( II" "l "' " .,. nliiiiliiiK t li Im HprliiK I rf niiiMii' w inilil ,j,l arum crops . ih , puiiiin. ibi Mrw lo a,i viii.n Ball and T (ill ll"' '' ;,..,i, ui Val i-iiuh iii-. n lirn,.( o i.l.iilyM Meld I,) lln ' ' ! i r Lj i Mi i M' 0 C dry III"' ll"' l"' ' "' I ' . I . I .... I lull V ( II ll III IIII'IIH rrii-il M ,i ,, i imunlt) iImiiii I in- -all"' Hill'' tali ..I tta hlng rhnil.ii ill v i i it'll we could wifkH mill iiii-iiiird within twolva i,i,i: inv HAPPMRIHON CoamooolM point l r . 7 :t inalaa in. mill Tin' him OH RM il Ihi-iivi-ri'il pant of tin1 norlllwi'Ht corner of We lti I tint- In get veterinary m u...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

The Ontario Argus M. E. HAIN. Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a fU Always in advance PuMUIieO Kvery Tlmrwliij. Entered In the Tout OfTtre at Oni.it". Oregon, for tMBMatMlOO (brunch the malla aa second claim mail matter The Argun has received a copy of .h n.w man mulled by U Otno Htte Board of Forestry and ronsld- aa It the bent may of the Mate ewr . j I. I. . linn mill iiml all tin' mnueu. """v timbered sectlonn are idiown In col on. Thore U also a report of the work of the board. Those maps may i... obtained from the secretary of the hoard on payment of $5 Thla la clean up week and all the unsightly spots should M ferreted out and made preventable There should be a general planting of tree. nnd shrubs and the vacant lots should be converted Into grd M We have the aoll and water to inuki thla a beautiful city of hotnea and II It needn m a little effort on part of every householder. the Mr. Kstelle t'onklli ban conclud ed to be a candidate for the republi can nomination a count superin...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

loOD RECORD , pnp muke a rdof taikinR into a raph. Mine was e by ffivmK "me for the money and uarcdenl t all." made to order, i .11 prices Ki hi clbookN. Ininjrana irwi"K nptlv and properly. llwartl Cope IKS AND OBNT8 TAILORS Lputilr thr FMMflM I'hiinr ll5 Ontario sundry Iwn Town Office Kverhart's R. APRIL 28 Ion time is worih while taihircd Suits measure is an Ml urn ihouM bf Id to h the I test dressed. poo to call Now. orders mean RUSH. orders wanted. !t Dunnuck .ILOIUNG inff and Pressing I'hunr IS Fn washday orry Into sunshine can do your washing r'"K"'(; in a short hour i have cleaner clothea xotet II no the firtt Tear f'W ii Automatic Eloc llitr. Connect it to auy r ''In socket; coata lea au a wuhing for current. PERSONAL-LOCAL Mlaa Kva Vnndorhoof wan ii rllltOI tn Vnlo tlilii week. 0 0 Thomas of Vale wan n viNltnr ban Mondaj Mr. iimi Mm. L J Akor WW Bolst visitors last weak I' I Oxinnn whm hero Moiiilny look 111 K lifter IiIh Hhoi'p Mm John Wooil entertained thl Bridge rluh Tu...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

A red In. n. i . oleaTj up? j N i - . . .,hih.i . n 1 1 i Wouldn't Vou Rather Live In a Clean Town Than a Dirty One? Of Course You Would! So Would Your Friends Who Come to Visit You. CLEAN UP! JORDAN VAMjKI ( From the Kxpressl John A Wrotpn Is how kbit i" move about (in crutches In a limited extent Alines Cecil llrodie and Chi tOI ' Ktlljr, both of Joniim Voire?, Oregon, were married ill tin' Methodist I11" IMUI Wednesday evening 1 " ROI P II WHIN Tin' heavy lain of Inst Monday c 4-ti i ii r WU a great henellt In the ' Mini appreciated 1V tin- stnckineii while cutting up a hog Pedon day I'runli LOTOjOJP sbishcgMhc iBtldl Of till' IlllRITH of his loft bund I" BOHOM and pniiilnl manner Prill Miller will ro to CoMWOll i" morrow nr Suinlay to lake up his (III i ns cashier of tlie ton NV liniial batik at that plan Itnnil.ill Siirc came over froBI IiIh Iioiiip at Ontario lust Suinlay and went nn In his rancli at MoDSMBttl 10 lok lifter IiIh BhOOP interests at that point Jim Park hns distr...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

Pdiii. MMtyl htkt ihc Home md UcaMiiul Iiti flint Email Ready km Up and Taint COMMANDMENTS FOR LlAN UP CAMPAIGN. ;eu: neighbor's lot m 4 3 our own. but Ira wit to !( )""r " t plant l nl" ''en snd iti i gMBal l"'l- Their irt wlthrn 'I dftl pride. ijgai MPiii-rif or your rritr ilnin Waste can i.. ..i) for II own de li Bfsgjt I ll" tuiiiMi'i down ill in stand "ii valuable The) in'im in. In I ly waste- tlii in-ili- nidi, Invite vlie im I I" life. llni li.ii i used to I ml lies N ue an of niilil In- t ! h i i ill r de clined sdicrfMug nil tin I Ml n.i- Fin i I." inaliite nf ii iulili nuUunce. Igaegesj i 1 1 1- grow where I i Iiniiiii 'i before 'l ganli-ii arc valunhle '! In iil Ikn mill rccre I'ln i IB be i ulllMiiiil sjaa 1st it. lulili. ii .a. ni the M heed, M llicy may be- I'lriiiii; n:,, I ki'. . out "f Hit ln M mi im hi In ml be ki Hiatal ii ha a divine ' fruit ami flowere 1'ir am i in- highest lu- uf man eeeeeeeeee Up .iiid Prevent Criticism vl.N un v lili-U a well dresaeil I'aul r...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 6 April 1916

SOME OF THE ORDERS MADE BY THE WITH THE PUPILS OF EQUALIZATION BOARD TO EQUALIZE TAXES THE CITY SCHOOLS We are presenting below ttie ac tion of the board of equalization in raining the assessments of the coun ty ao the lax payer may know Just how it win done. In onler to cover Hie matter thor oughly It should be remembered that nil pergonal property wan aHsessed In the spring and the taxes paid on it at the time on the original basis, where the owner had no real estate copv OP MOM Of mUB or QCALOUTION In the Matter of liaising the As MMni'nt lloll for Malheur County, Oregon, as Heturned hj the aMM or for the Vmr 1015. Now on thla 13tli day of October, 1916, the matter of raining the as sessment roll for the year 1915 com ing on for consideration of the li, Hint tin, lln.nl nlti i i-iin-fiil In- vo.tlg.tlon and Inquiry, ban found ,"ur t'ount'' t," l,oar'1 "," V' that for noveral reasons the roll an 0011 oitm i: ok itoAiii) M MVAUMnOM .III the Mutter of a Ite.lu. i..n of Nheep for the...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 13 April 1916

tihttetti t$m. m l.. -ii ONTARIO, MAIIIKIIl Ol NTV, (MUNMT, THURNDAV, xl'llll, 18, HMO. NO. 1.1. Jull HIGHWAY TO THE COLUMBIA RIVER Meeting With Hearty Ap proval in All Sections. A petition Binned by 377 taxpayer of Malheur enmity wan presented be fore the county court laitt week ak Itiic for an order to approve a state highway from Ontario tlironith Vale, up Willow creek to Ironsides, through I'lilty In Maker county, to the head water of the John Day river, down the John Day through I'rnirle City, hit Day and Canyon City. UMMI 10 yvihV, Hpraftio and to Foll In 'heeler county, thence, to connect with the Columbia highway at Itpck or 0H In (lllllani county The peti tion were signed by resident and taxpayer of Ontario, Vale, Iron aide and llrogan Till roa.l, If entabllRbed. will tap one of the rlchet Hectlonn of Oregon, a lerrlton through which there I no paralleling road, a Hi.'nlc route foi tourlMt and territory where thoro la practically no wate or ileaert land The ncctlon In Urant...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 13 April 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With each SO cent purchase and HiN coupon you will be entitled to 2,00(1 VOTKS. A JORDAN VALLEY (From the Express) A movement that promise murh for the Reed of this valley wan launched at the Jordan Vnlloy hotel last Saturday night when a Tnxpny iti li-rgue wssl organized Ml sec tlnna of the territory Included were leprcsented and Neveral of I he heavi est taxpayer in this part of the coun ty were there. The meeting wbh rnled to order b Mr Fred J Palmer und Mr TIioh T Kohout wbm elected temporary rlntlr man and Mr J K McDonnell. MX ft tary Tin' object of the meeting, uh stat imI by the chairman, wan I In- iiuiiui Hon of a taxpayers league lo lni-l ml nil the territory of the IkfM road dlatrlcta, Noa. 17, 7 and ID. and UM i Ity of Jordan Valley, with the pur puae of keeping the taxpayers of Hit section Informed an to matters of taxation and to devlae Home method of securing a morn systematic and...

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. — 13 April 1916

WONDERFUL EASTER DAY AT OUR STORE Easter is only one week away, and of course you want to greet it with glad raiment. The very newest styles in Clothing. More good cor rect new things are here than can be found any where else. The first time you have, just step in, "browse around." It will pay. HKI'illTMr-'.NT HTOIIK HLTAHTMKNT MTOHK Jmj Ontario jMW Mjl ONTARIO fM Coats and Suits Host of New Arrivals $7.50 to $25.00 Thl. U-i week we have m-i re reived n number or bone shipments ..revtit lc l Iptlon : I urn i checks, plaids, ilnln poplin- anil JB). Home with loose hacks, others with Inline-, caught ) NNM of miiim kluii Hi nurk mill walsl, while iiiiiiiv are on I rui- NMrl line and smartl) belted Sl)le mill sixes fin 1'n-n I II l.ln -ul li' Vnlirs In here In uem for New Millinery Our milliner has just un packed and placed on sale a number of special models for Easter wear. In selecting your Easter Millinery this spring do not overlook our department. Easter Shoes All the New Things in...

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. — 13 April 1916

The Ontario Argus M. E. BAIN. Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Published Kvery Thursday. Entered In the Toil Office at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission throuKli the mall as second claim mail matter The Argus linn made arrangements to conduct a chicken column where all the Reed and bail points of chickens and their irouhloK will be discussed by u chicken mini. II tlMN Is anything you do not know about a chicken, Junt auk l lie chick' lor and lie will try to answer It. The Payette boosters are busy try Iiir to get the Continental Oil com pany to fell gnHollne us cheap in Pay ette a the Standard Ik selling It In Ontario and It la dollars to daughnut that they will succeed When n bunch of good live boosters get busy iliey can get about anything the; go ufter. This week we have the anounco mont of Kmory Cole, of tlrogan, as a candidate far sheriff. Mr. Cole moved to this county in I mis and to the ranch where he now lives In 1872, so he comes near being n na tive. ...

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. — 13 April 1916

A GOOD RECORD Some people make a record of talking into a phonograph. Mine was made by (riving: "the best for the money and a square deal to all." Suits made to order, and prices to suit all pockethooks. Cleaning and pressing, promptly and properly. Edward Cope LADIES AND GENTS TAILORS Opposite the Postolflc I'hnne 106 W Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Everhart's FASTER, APRIL 23 A Suit on time is worth while Strictly tailored Suits To your measure is an Agronomical Resource. .4Dril 28 you should lie repared to fide with the best dressed. invite you to call N W. LATE orders mean rush. 23 more orders wanted. Art Dunnuck TAILORING Cleaning and Pressing I'hum 43 M YOUR SPRING SEWING STARTED With Perfectly Fitted Corset A Nu Bone 4 at the Corset Parlor in the Annex Block, bark of the M. M. Store A garment guaranteed against mating or breaking SARAH L. CAIN Prop. CASH FOR Eggs, Poultry and Cream Cypher's Incubatore Poultry Supplies ONTARIO PRODUCE CO. Esat of Moore Hotel Aulu wanted 191...

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. — 13 April 1916

FACE THE FACTS! Weeks Talks About Our Navy and National Defense. Insists en Military, Commercial, Fin ancial and Industrial Preparedness Let Us e Ready for Psses ss Well as War. By JAMES B. MORROW, In the Philadelphia Record. NONE of the Weekses, save John Wlngate, the senator anil the Massachusetts cancllilatn for president tolling as they all IM aniong the franlte humps of New Hampshire ws ever noted for hi ac cumulation of cash or property. They were farmers mostly, begin iilng with Leonard Weeks, who, emi grating from England In 16.r.fi, became the head and source of the family Agriculture sternly practiced among the embedded rocks and Irremovable howldera taught thorn to be resource ful and to keep at least one eye open to opportunity. Ho William IX, the father of the aen ator, wu a probate Judge, and once essayed to bn a manufacturer With tha co-operation of neighbors, likewise alert and adventurous, be started a factory at Lancaster for making stsrch from potatoes. "I will ne...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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