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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 January 1913

0, Ontario Pharmacy Remember Our Palm Olive Soap and Cream Offer. $1.00 worth of goods for 50 cents. Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks Local News Dr. Weeac in in Portland thia week L..ainpin trip on a ' Mim Amy Odill hai returned to her hool at Riverside. Attorney Duncan was calling on On- Ufi0 friend.. Sunday. Born on the nth, to Mr. and Mr. Albert Hooker, of Westfall. a girl. Mra J W. Alliaon, of Salem, it via m with her aiatera. the Misses Or cott. nid Dunhar hwr had an attack of pip but .a reported aa up and around iftin. Tht Doctors Seara are now located ntfcWilaon Block, the phone ia 164 black. Mn Klla McBroom, ol Pilot Rook. Ortron. ia visiting her aiater. Mra. Dr. Howe. Born. on the bth, at the home of DTid MaRill. a ion to Mr. and Mr. Roy Smith. a. n.anel far wi taken to Parmu Saturday, where it will remain for ibort time. Arthur Moody has moved to Vale mttf he has a poaition in Uie County Cltrk'i office. Sow i th'' time to get a new rug for tot room while Farley baa a big "lo...

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 January 1913

A FEATURE IN THE MARCH OF 7UikfuWNTSl fl 1 H H 1 & fl 1 H 1 8 1 fl lB ONTARIO, COMPANY OREGON Special Sale Men's and Young Men's Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts, Shoes and Underwear $5,000 Surplus Stock Must Be Converted Within the Next 30 Days Regardless of Cost or Previous Price. We are not hardup, nor pressed, simply overstocked with the best grade of Men's Wear in this section Every Heavweight Suit and Over coat in the House Has been (ireatlv Reduced with a view of quick selling. Regardless of Cost or actual worth Besides Suits and Overcoats, every pair Men's and Young Men's Odd Pants at a price representing but a shadow of their real value. Now, and Right Now is the Best time of all to buy. $9.75 . . r- "TT" a "V H I ilkOQ rirw Alexander's Money Sjvinj Events tjIXVO ILIV RturJiiiui Fvm-v Horn - -' f B-.V.J ',,,., 5 Household, and Camp in this MFW SI UTS VPffHT i iim-y- A writable Skm-h-ITILIl O Ohi I O iiuii i t.it Wrt I O ter of seasonable Men's Mer- Previously sold up t $i...

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. — 9 January 1913

L o. The Idle ifoui BowlmK Parlors, of On tario. Oregon will Rive Away $25 In trade l H,,v,,r ?2t (V"f 1 V,r the liest average score Of SSUR mn p's n ,,h" ..three nmiwlis, at their parlors ",,,,, Anv contestant, men m -'-! TrultUnd, Payette, & ' '...'..ari... w.il be olinlle. n .iinir ii no onger coneldered K Report, bul .moat beneficial SircTw and women may ndulge In IV," .i. of nil Indoor sports there SStbat ofWi bott the physical ,' , and mental stimulas that tawliug doew. While bowling is a lMHiire M a form of exorcise it SeSd be practiced ragalarbr. It S t"",r circulation and indtges- geitt the foarwlnda. (,ivi: is A CALL GIVE US A TRIAL IRON V $ ARE r: 3 GUILTY All But Two of Defendants Con victed By Jury After Forty Hours' Deliberation. he Most Qualified Judges ft! Pronounce Taylor & Williams fcijM Yellow Stone Whiskey the BEST ! FOR I l B in qoantltlee fnm nllofl up. and many other LB. II UK. Wholesaler. ONTAKIU. OREGON Indianapolis. -Thirty-eight defend antH, includ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 9 January 1913

IMM . 1 A fl REAL IP CLEARING 9 1 Opens Jan. 9 Closes Jan. 25 Yps 1 am in this salp business for a rpal snip I am o-ivino von Rarerains von npvpr heard of before. I am here to stay, and I can't afford to fool the people. If you tt visit this snip whioh von should do. and Ho not find pvprvthino- inst as advertised H visit this sale, which vou should do. and do not find everything lust as advertised I will give $10.00 in Gold. I want you to read these prices and see if they are bargains. 1 I Ladies' Suits $17.50 to $22.50 Ladies' Redfern suits J I J Qfi All Goats at big Reduction $10 to $12 Coats Satin Lined, at $3.50 One lot Children's Coats up to $6. go for ,$1.29 $7.50to$10Ladie'sblue serge Dresses CC 7C goat - - - vJ.iJ A ly Skirt in the store, up to J np CQ OS J7f kJJ $4 to $5 Skirts go at $2.98 8.40 go at I nlffl Ladies' Shirtwaists and Shirts $1, $1.25 and $1.50think of it79c Silk Petticoats up to $5.50 all go at $2.9o 75c to $1.10 Fleeced Dressing Sacques go at - - 39c Long Fl...

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 January 1913

0, ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon t (Jhtfcwifl Hr0t. Hi Ontario Arjnw m The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch uh jrrow Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. V0LWME XVI. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY !',, 919. NO. PR0SPCC1S FOR BARREN min ARE EXCELLENT The Bill ! ' rlnnlna on oom lK through thleotinti of the county ,DH ninny opportunities lire ottered bom.t.nciere. It in only recently tbit the l"B of th,s fert,le ,oil "" b found OStl wooderflul pro duct astonished the new settler. Tnc llll crop were bumper anrl brought I I "'? n,n l,,, th,H Prt ..f th.- c-Mtitv. M"t nil of the gfetal sml road lauds, bav been houvht "P by lnrav compauiee Hl,d .ill be turned Into cultivation n M pWilltlB I nnut say few Wlirlx lii regard to the new settlers, jdoy aa I ii""1 prosperous ami encr MlC Inl "f Tl"K P0l. Uy hi them have made wonderful Inprnteineut In thi l...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 January 1913

A DOUBLE UNION Dv SADIE AlCOTT Brief News of the week Mls.s lorn Itilrnll uji.x a twentieth century girl. Hor fitter tnd toother bttOOgtd t the nineteenth. When then dntiKliter w.ix Itnrn lliey exp.Mteil Hint mispicon of the Chicago Clenn Food he wdiiui grow up ti sit mnnd and league in tha campaign to break tha One hundred and tweritytwo in the Bade in the record Rinds hy Hie first heel arava experienced in Australia thli utntner The proposed tan agalnet dtase boh oil and enaatlonal literature has boon received with new bj tha majority of the tiMi.'i'.it' ii states of Oerannjr. One million one hundred thooannd SRRS were sold In one day under the look pretty, waiting fur a hnaband aa ehe. the mother, hud done beraolf. But when Cora l)ad received BOI education lie disappointed her ptroBta hy In anting on follow Intr a Mftet In Journal ham, Much to their CbagrlB, she neecpt ed a ptMlttoa on the editorial stalT of an atonlnc pcwapopei from thai time forward nil hope of her living the l...

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 January 1913

0, A Money Saver Is What the People Call Farley's Furniture Sale This is a forced s;ile to raise money and prices have been made so low that you can save money by buying now. Be sure and see the stock and prices. In the New Store Room J. H. Farley Furniture Co, V. W. MAKSDEN Bicycle Repairing a Specialty All Kind of Tool Sharpening nod Grinding, Saw Filing, Bcision Grinding. Skate iiml Lawn Mower Sharpen inp a Specialty. Next Door (a Library MA1NST, ONTARIO. ORE- The Oregon -Idaho Lumber Co. , j -o IBtBk ft-- n V 0 R A Complete Stock "of Lathe. Posts, Shingles, Cement Plaster. Lime, Doors, Windows, Glass, Screen Doors, Rubber Roofing, Building Pa per, Moulding and other trimming- Ixt us fifurc your Iiouhv bill ONTARIO, - - - ORKC.ON rtrtNIES TO PAY FINES Many Letters and Telegram of Sym pathy Received Bolt. Idaho -Fenny contributions to 1 1 ; i v the ISM tines iliiiirt against R S Sin iiilan and C. I). Hroxon, pub Itshof iiml dltOr Of the lUiisc Capital News, who are now nerving a 1...

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 January 1913

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVEKi" THURSDAY Enteral in the p08$oflo8 Ht Ontario, Oregon for tranamtaaioa thronghtba mails M MCOIld-olMI matter. M. E. BAIN. Editor and Proprietor The papers of Malm and Washington have published ninny complimentary notices of the womiins' edition if the Argus, nil of which Hre fully Hpnreei ted tiy the ladies and die Argus. FRUITLAND ITEMS Ctrl Oscar Johnson, son of Mr. and Mm. Axel Johnson, died Monday morning at ! o'clock after an ill tief of iix weeks Of pneumi.nia. Funeral ! servio Rtfi held in the Mwadtlh Lutheran church at Payette Toi afternoon. .Many beautiful BoWBfl were given, among them being stMBB from the W, 0 .W., grange nnd the Parent Teachers Cirele. of Washoe. The pall bearers were Helps Hullis. Joe Dibble ami .lames Frzler. all boy bond fi lend of tbe deceased. A. P. Hcrltchrleld and Mr. Tiee were in Frultlund Friday transacting business. Little Harry Wiloox ta reported qaltc ill with typhoid fever. Mm. Beo Patbeal left Wednesday for .- I...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 January 1913

0, Ontario Pharmacy Remember Our Palm Olive Soap and Cream Offer. $1.00 worth of goods for 50 cents. Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks I Local News tp.i i MOVd Imnd Keen Haml Wan la ood condition. O. U Rgtf Luobri. UlUdtM1 Aid of the ConHreK lDil churrli Will Hcrro h cafeteria jl.ner io Maennlo hull from II fag .J! od Thursday January 23. Dr. nod Mrs. Weese Imve moved Bto the Staples home on Kichaiditun ilttft. Limpkin't shoes wear better and ,oit lew. Advertisement. Mr Pall liu'Kiut and eon returned Ardmsdav frmi B trip to Portland and Billimet''' viilltv I'HinK wlicir they ,nlted Mt iiiKBort'a parent.. Rfprfientatives of the Vnrthini(tn pomp nni'Hiiv ami the Westlnglmuec Motor company ere here thla week noil report a NtfRa iwiuiry for pump i I ll"' - Krrd O. Mahun it haulm lumlier lalalM a tHrn on tlM Orrhnrd traetn neit of MM rltjr. Hn.iT Itanium, of New Plymouth, u bulirnf lumher for tine new (ate on tin place. Mr. iiud Mr. Arthur Mdodf rame so from Vale for a vlait over Sun- i l M...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 January 1913

BALKAN WAR PEACE PROSPECTS IMPROVE LoBdOB. The prospects of a satis factory and reasonably rapid settle ment of th Itnlkan war and of the grenter Kuropean Interests hnnRln upon It seem hriRhter than at any time since the Billed armies took the field against Turkey. The enos from the Balkan kingdoms and the Ottoman empire, will hold the first BMOtiOJ of the peace conference next Friday, Dec 13th. At the same time the ambassadors of the Kreat powers In London charg ed with the task of protecting the In terests of their countries will meet as a sort of court of appeals to watch, advise and admonish the peace dele fates. This will be by fnr the most Import ant assembly of diplomats since the Berlin conference of the Uusso-Turk-lsb war (Slants like nismarck, Dea consfleld. Salisbury and OortchnUnff to be sure, will not tread the stage, but their OOeONOn who go will have an tqvall) important work to perform NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Clapp Bill Aims to Limit Use of Presidential and Co...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 January 1913

0, st National Bank Of Ontario, Oregon jtal, Surplus and Profits $125,000.00 Known For Its Strength I I Cap iili fimplfl retOUfCei tor all lcili- mate Demands. OwnedtoontroUed ami managed by local mtn, who have had year- of active banking experience! This hank stands fur the development and advancement of Ontario and the unrounding rounl ry. i offer every accommodation and service in keeping with safe Banking and solicit your business. 1 Good Hank in a (loot! Country" A .. ciH KRUM, Prwkbnt; T. TURNBULL, Vice President; 6 K. KINYON, Cashier, n 1 I OCERUM, Aas't. Casbisr; C W. I'I. ATT. Ass't. Cashier Y! . .' w 'CwMssn aster assiiea - t-- - "SfciS"" - Ha rr t- Jgggggggggg jv i UvVJH LW i iHf-! o- aaW5iBBiiBiSiBBBSas isSr W- f tit Baby Contest $50.00 in Prizes Limit is 25 babies and none over 4 years old can enter. 1. (ash Prize, Maze $15.00 2. Necklace, Solid Gold, by Grauel, the Jeweler $10.00 3. 1 Doz. Photos, Bun-ell's $6.00 4. Cane Rocker, Ontario Furniture Co. $5.00 5. 3 Piece C...

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. — 16 January 1913

QUITTING '4 i A LS BUSINESS Everyth Goes About HALF PRICE SHOP'S! Ff PeoP,euhavfe attended our sale, and this store is the attraction of the town Now everything wilfmake liifS tWorlT " Ut aS ' mUSt haVe the n TtBSCSl The FAMOUS HIGH ART MAKE OF f!Tvrmrf: wVuVVi v, sands of people have worn and will testify as to their wear and fit are unuwii uul ai aoout nan price at tnis sale. $13.50 lakes Uioice ot any Suit V .v0r Overcoat in the House Values up to $30.00 $9.50? lakes choice of all lf and 17 uil :i ml ( hercoats. $6.85 Takes all $12.50 and $1450 Suits and ( h ercosils. ONE-HALF PRICE Boy1! Suits and Overcoats at just one half price. Boyi Knickerbocker pants, $1.50 values 98c. 1 values 66c. roang Men's Suits and Overcoats for $5.75. A irreal surprise. $5.75 PANTS The largest and most complete line in the city, ami don't fail to look at them. SHOES The Stetson $( and $7 values at $4.50. Dr. Reed's cush ion soles at $8.95 and all others in proportion. Boy's Shoes wav down. HATS $1.75...

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 January 1913

0. ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon 0niati0 The Ontario ArfcUK IrtihinH'-oHtiKe. merit. nn 0,a tion. Watch uh jrrow fBhe Tkmm The Produce from 15.01)0.000 tOW is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. volkmi: XVI. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY M, 1919 NO. I JAMES E. LAWRENCE Ot VALE MARRIED EASE WEEK lames K. Lawrence, of Vale was married to Mra. Helen Brown Welch, laughter of P. J. Brown, of Baker, at their home on January IS, by Kev. NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL House Bill Would Permit Farm ers to Borrow From Government. Wtihlnftton . A national farm lonn bureau, to loan money on Improved frm to bona fide tillers of the aoll -nlv. at not to exceed 44 P" cent Interest "'id COndttCWd under IBS BOB , troi ,,, the mn " ' "J hi Mi.- iraasury. u iin Bbjaet of I bill Introduced by Representative li.nhrlck Tit" bureau trouhl I"' i ' h" ! "' ' niii--'.nnor HK ,i ii. mi assistant nt MOOti inU atktf Wip...

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 January 1913

ONI ARIO ARGUS PVBLltHBD KVKKV THUKSIMY Entered in the postoffloe Ht Ontario. Oregon, for ttaaaaaaiaatoa throng the Mils M second-das matter. M. E. RAIN. Editor and Proprietor Indications point to a heavy Influx of land seekers next spring. Already several parties Hhts been looking orer the country. While there s but little' The Methodiet Ladle' Aid uiet Wednesday afternoon with Mri. D. D. Hunter. I Mill IV. .-ft... .4 I I mA dairahle land left open for entry on . i w .ananae " - .T""" . iji . r i lli DEAD OX FLAT NEWS Correspondence. The Mt. !! Oil A Gas company. of Portland, has just completed its annual assi nsnieul work OfJ Iti hold Inn- here. At the home mm in a of William Yoat ana bia bride, a number of bla friends bowed their approval of bia action by turning out for a rouaing charivari After being critically ill with peritonitis lor the Inst four we, ks. Mrs. Fred Kminon ia now gradual ly recovering. ' toorajt K. t'lark ha moved from bia ranch la touth .!.. . i -on. to the M...

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 January 1913

0, A Utoney 5aver Is Mat llw People Call Farley's furniture Sale This is ;i forced sale to raise money an, prices have been made so low that you can save money by buying now. Be sure and see the stock and prices. In the New Store Room j. H. Farley Furniture Co. V. W. MARSDEN Bicycle Repairing a Specialty All Kind 'i 'I mil Bharprtting lid Grinding, Snw Filing, Bciwort Grinding. Bknt ami ,i n Mower Slmi MQ. iiip ii Bpocialty Next Door to Library MAIN ST.. ONTARIO, ORE. B1E NEWS OVER THE NEWS Gr GENERAL WOULD RESULT IN RECLAIM STATE TERSELY TOLD INTEREST IN IDAHO INC 1,000,00(1 ACRES The Oregon-Idaho Lumber Co. f 0 R A Complete Stock of Lathe, Posts. Shingles. Cement. Plaster, Lime, Doors. Windows, Glass, Screen loors, Rubber Roofing, Building Pa per, Moulding and other trimmings lA-t us lifjurv four house bill ONTARIO, - - - OREGON i D EPENDABILITY should be the strong point in you? plumbing equipment. No order is too small to receive our careful attention, and nr order is too large ...

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 January 1913

ARMED UTES DEFY SHERIFF AND POSSE Dispute Arises Between Mexi can and Indians; Battle is Expected. PREMIER POINCARE Cortes, Polo. -Fifty I'te Indians. en raged by the killing of one of their members by a Mexican sherpherder. ere off the reservation, fortified In the Ute mountains In southwestern rolo r4o and defying the sheriff of Monte luna county and Indian Agent Spear to take from them nig Rabbit, an In 41an who shot and seriously wounded the herder. Determined not to deliver Hlg Rab Pit to the county authorities, the Utes are entrenched In the mountains 18 miles from here, and have defied a sheriff's posse of InO men. The Indians fortified their position after they had left the Ute reservation kg southern Colorado, and declare they will fight the white men to death rather than give up Hlg Rabbit. All are armed with repenting rifles and are said to be amply supplied with ammunition The trouble with the t'tes started a few das ago when Joseph Vlchel, a Mexicnn shcephenler. refused...

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 January 1913

0, Ontario Pharmacy Remember Our Palm Olive Soap and Cream Offer. $1.00 worth of goods for 50 cents. Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks 1ST CLEARANCE SALE of High Grade Men's Clothes, at THE TOGGERY, Style Center For Men Local News. Tom Q. Smith li now on the Yule Local News I.Hnipkin'g thcici wear better hik! V. ft, ROBB having been I'oit ln, - Ailvirtlnftiii'iit innifrrn-l to tta lliintioRton pony. "" DWMM Mum himI huh htp hi from D. W. Caldwell ha MOfSd bin .hoe , their RlfBMlda rBBOb. They brought ajmp frcm the rear of the Freeman In h Dm- baud of horWM It MIL birP,.,,,.tiire to the room formerly on i ...... , , , . . ,. ,, i ... , . . (lai-diier. foinn-Hv n Nampa sniiieillV h uid. berry, on IJichiml ' '"I"1" T ami ,.i,l.i. a MB In ,,.. ... .1... ...... .-,,.., . .. ..i... a in i at l Ill" ionitri'i'1. local telephone ofltaa. Mr llvilf Iihi HlMopal em mm will ba bald la ..,,, tranafanad la tta sHit Lata I . ball Sunday evaatoi t 1 10 ,,,,. M dlatnd manager. The nta t thiol von ever ...

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 January 1913

OREGON LAWMALERS' WORK AS REVIEWED Cont I tiffed from pao 1 arnte governtVK noarus. Thp Institutions Included ar thn Orocon stat hospital, tho Eastern ' Orr-Kon stat hospltnl. tho state Insli Itutioii for taenia iiiiiiilcd, thn Oregon shttp training school, tlio Oregon state p nltpfitiary, the Oregon Piute school for the blind, the Oregon state school for i he deal, the Oregon tuberculosis hospital, the Oregon state soldiers' home and the capltol and supreme court buildings. The board of control as provided for Us the bill is to consist of the govar nor. the secretary of state and tho stat treasurer The board Is to meet on the first Monday of each month, and all Its meetings are to be open to the pull!!.- H shall be the duty of the members of the board under the law to visit each Institution, with tho ex ception of the Eastern Oregon state hospital and the Oregon state soldiers' home at least once In every throe months, and to visit these Institution at least oaoe every year. approp...

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 January 1913

0. ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon ntain .vgns. IV Ontario Argus m The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year lead in I'restijre, merit, nd Circula tion. Watch uh Rrow Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLtfMK XVI. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, IMS. NO, ." OREGON LAWMAKERS' WORK AS REVIEWED Tension Between Legislature and Governor Acute. VETOED MEASURES PASSED Tilk of Organizing Two-Thirds Major ity to Pa" Possible vetoes uover- nor WIN Draw Deadline on Appropriations--Liquor Bills Numerous Widows' Penlon Bill Paitea Houae. Silftn The only Iniportnnt work coorai'llHli' ' 'I'iriiiK the I o n d wwk'i session "I ""' leglslaturai aside from the elcitinn of Dr. Hurry Luna to the I'nlted StuleB senate, which wag i mere perfunctory matter devoid of Un old time political Interest, wai thi pMMf f vrJ vetoed bills ( the lHt session over Governor Willi head. 'I hi- Important bill In- trodu'-ed thin sess...

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 January 1913

1 BRIEF NEWS Of OREGON HELEN GOULD Ynmlilll county now has a realty j board. EtiRpne is RolriR to hava n new hlRh I olio.. i building In the near future. H N Foster, a well known citizen of Corvnllis, committed suicide Saturday. The third nnnual show of the ON (on Cat club wus held in Portland Inst week February 12 has been designated a "arth Education Day" for the schools f Oregon The state railroad commission hns crdered a new ralltoad station for Monmouth. Charged with killing nn Ogod trap per In his cabin, .ti rullc-s from Hurn, Robert Shiezr- SM OffOOtSjd Movement In under wa in the irons tir drpartiii'iit to sbollst the OfflOS of tea Inspector at Portland, trinslcr ring this work to Tnronia The best (iiiallty show yet held by ttw I'mutlUa Morrow OOUOt) poultry gggOOlattOfl VII hroncht tO a close Sat urda alior ruiiuii.i: a week. Hepres-'niith S HaWlO) has secured an appropriation of $0i0 In the rivet and harlmi bill for making u correct lurviv of the Coojullls rlTOf, MonitM M ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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