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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 13 April 1916

NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences Of Th. rasi neon riiwi imica In Our State Campaign Will Be Interfiling. Heine Idaho hit launched Into Ml" uprll eaon for candidate! and political Issue which give promise of mi Intensely Interesting campaign. about local state Issue, but not ao greatly magnified thai nation IQ lsue will be forgotten In UM H rlti'im nl Hat preliminary aklrmlah will he over the attempla of both par Hgg to secure what their varloua far tlotiH claim la "proper representation" lu l he slate conventions either through preferential prlmarlea or otb erwlse Thin will ultimately remit In Ho tiolitliiK of prlmarlea In lome of Vile larger counties ami UM selection t ilelegatea by the county commit . the member of which are elect ed the oler of the rcnpcctlve PBJflca All theae purtlea have let Mm dii;c for atnte convention The progressives Mill meet In HoUe April I"; tin' ilemocrat will meet In I'oeu tello May 18, and the republicans In TmIii Kalla May 20. ...

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. — 13 April 1916

J The store without sales of any kind The same low price to every man every day Clothcraft Clothes Our Fixed Year-llound Price Means Big Values For Every Man III I Wv ' ite If you stop to think, you'll realize that a uni form retail selling price is the basis of trade mor als IT STANDARDIZES VALUE. Our Right Selling Plan goes farther in giving you price uniformity than any other method. You get the benefit of a fixed year 'round pric ; YOU'RE ASSURED OF AN EXACT VALUE ITS ALWAYS A BIO ONE. No More Clearance Sales Here, and this is why: You don't get the fairest kind of a deal in buy ing where there are fluctuating prices. It's like primitive barter; THE DEALER OETS WHAT HE CAN, INSTEAD OF GIVING YOU ALL HE CAN. When you get a look at these clothes Prom $10 to $18.50 you'll be quick to see tie wonderful values our "Right Selling Plan" o Ters. THE TOGGERY ONTARIO OREGON FORMALDEHYDE 40c pt. 75c qt. WATERGLASS, The Ej?g Preserver .'." quart. $1 gallon. We have all kinds of Rose bush an...

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. — 20 April 1916

tttot0 xm. r vol. an ONTARIO, MAMIKI'R (XHJNTY, ORKOON, TIU'RHOAV, APIUL . IBlfl. NO. !. k COMMERCIAL CLUB DISCUSSES PROBLEMS Fair Plans for This Year In dicate Faster Horses. The Commercial Club held their regular monthly inectinK this work but there was not the umml attend anco or Interest, many of the mem- bent being at Vale on account of the grand Jury being In elnn. The matter of the road to the John t Day valley wan not reported on regu- oi larly because Judge Wood was ab- teei. lent, but A. It Kiddle gave a brief ed by review of what had been accomp par' Halted. There km nothing new ,o report regarding the cannery and fruit evaporator, moKt of tin- MMBlttM being away. The matter of county fair w;ts brought up to get the Idea of the member a to what wa beat In Ikt way of entertainment nnd It ap peared that it wa possible for 1 1 - fair management to get a string of a home here for the week of Sept.-m her IN nnd after much discussion It wa decided tn hold the fair four day and ...

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. — 20 April 1916

I Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With each 50 rents purchase and this roupun you will b entitled to 2.000 VOTKS. A ()n Journal) It Is more than prohaMe that a fine, new lintel will he rreettil in Nysa In tlie m-nr future. Verily It looks like u small boom. Wilson UroH.' now hrlrk I rapidly assuming slmpe. Hie side walla beln nearly OOtnphMfl) Tin- rMitractors, OtMBOB A riiniinn mi ""' Oreen re rusliitiK nper.itlon a- - ' workiniiiiHhlp "III permit ami to have tin- tiull'lliiK pmi.I.s tOf """ pancy bf JttM I U will lM I I W All In N- CunHlilo.ahle new Inml !' helnit pul ,,, i, , -..in- iiin :i in tin- ...,.,. tlatfar II,, i,i pamptnj l-laul on II r i in r i . .M-1, . uv.i tad Unix, Mr Willi- and II R ptaantaf to aaaraipl il T II In hiii ' '"'I Hi '.;. lain hiM' lorim-d a Im- Im- ;, fof tna piiii'"r or i niMin' 18 m ' Hi hbWJ iniiiie poUtow I l,c Won Bpwtt i "poinl Hh' miiiihut ilivil UplIlK Hie Slielilnll pi I'rlr I up on Hi-...

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. — 20 April 1916

JBaIN THEca EASTER LILY V. Ii ' " fk -.ft'- v flom' 'v' imira I "Cbriet l& Risen" fln eaeter Story z Consider Che Xylites I Of the field By CHARLES KINQSLKY. J?M I HAS lias HiIh lext to do with i Hunter duy? Ul us Hi Ink kl awhile. Life nud death, life conquered by death oud dentil MMRMtSi again by life. Tboae were the mysteries over which the iih-h of old nun- thought, often till their henrU were nud. And because our forefathers were a ad and earneit folk, because they lived In a and and dreary climate, where whiter wn fur lunger nnd more bitter than It In, thank Hod, uow, therefore, ull their tlmiuflits iiU.nl win ter 11 ml spring were Bad and they grew to deamlr at last of life ever con quering death or light conquering dark MCA And then- no strangely does God's gift of hope linger In the hearts of men they bii w he) oud nil that a dim dreii m of a new hen ven nud a new earth In whlrh should dwell righteous ness, nud of n new sun, mora Ik-buII-ful than ours; of a woman railed...

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. — 20 April 1916

The Ontario Argus M. E. BAIN, Publishrr. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Published Kvery Thursday. Entered In the Tost Office At Ontario, Oregon, Tor transmission throuxli the maili an second clan mall matter OPPORTI in OH i Hunic in'ople are alu amlttM for opportunity (O take them b llM hand. It in'i'i SOWi mid U never will. Opportunity In i wt pri WBl with as, It l by our aide, it dogs OM1 It never leave uk. Hut It BOVOI reaches out It hninl. iiuihI do in. rwwhlagi Hie BTMPlag. tha im- pro i Hunt nit huh uid nil (oi oiiui (unity to i iiiiir to you. (In out am! lintit It. and li ii it t till mii llml it tl 1 1 I'irtint; w:il' .Mm ' I IB thl - rry boar I'l i bo ait) in t foof fraatoal opportan Itlea lie In what you mil) in aid Of mn' home tOWB, tor wh-ii la good for tha lowi i 'vrn better tOf you. II oii want your town to BO ling lor Jim, Mm I'oiilil Urn bi ior tha loan Oppor toalU balloraa in tiint, and irooti t in- mi in. dooa It. i ',,n i . tpaol i etotythlni anil lir...

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. — 20 April 1916

A GOOD RECORD Some people make a record of talking into a phonograph. Mine was made by giving "the best for the money and a square deal to all." Suits made to order, and prices to suit all pocketbooks. Cleaning and pressing, promptly and properly. Edward Cope LADIES AND GENTS TAILORS Oppo.lt I he Po.toffire n.i.nr 105 w Ontario Laundr)7 Down Town Office Evcrhart's EASTER, APRIL 23 A Suit on time is worth while Strictly tailored Suits 7b your measure is an JSbonomical fcsource. yluril 23 you should be Prepared to fide with the best dressed. invite you to call NOW. ATE orders mean RUSH. 23 more orders wanted. Art Dunnuck TAILORING Cleaning and Pressing I'honr 45 HAVE YOUR SPRING SEWING STARTED With Perfectly Fitted Corset A Nu Bone at the Cornet Parlor in the Annex Block, back of the M. M. Store A garment guaranteed against rusting or breaking SARAH L. CAIN l'rop. PERSONAL-LOCAL Mrs. Harry A. Morrow is In Hols IIiIh week. The grand Jury In In aenalon at Vale thin week. Mr. and Mm. het...

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. — 20 April 1916

BLUNDERS OF THE ADMINISTRATION Wilson Has Failed In Foreign and Domestic Policies. ROOT SHOWS HIS ERRORS. Addrsss at Temporary Chairman of Naw York Republican Convention Pointa Out Slna of Oamocralic Com mission and Omiaalon "Wa Hava Loaf Influence Bacauaa Wa Hava Baan Brava In Worda and Irraaoluta In Action." In 111" address nx temporary chair man of the New York state Itcpuhllcan convention, delivered In Carnegie Hull. New York, the lion. EUhu Hoot aald: We aro entering upon n content for the election of a resident and the con trol of government under condition eascntltilly new In the experience of our partj and of our country. 1'he forum mid inethmla which we are about to follow nre olil nml fninllliir. but the gmunila for action, the deninnd of grent eventa for dix-lslnn titnn na tional conduct, the moral force!) urg ing to n nulut Imi "f vncnely outlln 0 queatlona, the tretnemloua con fMM of wisdom or fully In nntlou al poll, y, nil these nre new to the great max of Atncil'iin ...

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. — 20 April 1916

tenner F.tlnbn won torpedoed by Uerttuin submarine nnd an American citizen mi killed. hut nothing wa done. (In the 2Sth of April the Amer ican VMMl ('nailing was allocked nml crippled by n Gcrnmn ooroplano. On the 1h) of May Hie American vessel GtilrllKlit was torpedoed nml iunk by a Gcrninn submarine nnd two or mora Americana were killed, yet nothing was tone. On the 7th of May the Lusltn nla was torpedoed and mink by a Ger man aubniarlne nnd more than 100 Americana and 1,100 other uoncout baton) i were drowned. The very thing which our government had warned Germany ehc must not do, Germany did of act purpose nnd In the moat con temptiiona nnd allocking way Thi'ii. when all America woa atlrred to the depth, our government addressed on other note to Oermony. It repeated Ita assertion of American rlghta nad renewed IN hold declaration of pur poae. It ili' dan l ngolu thot the Amer ican government "uiuet Itold the Im perial German government tc atrlct accountability for any Infringeme...

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. — 20 April 1916

WITH THE HiriiS OF THE CITY SCHOOLS! Next Friday Ontario will be the MM of one of the biggest hi" school track meets over IHMbM 1u I ii'i R fiiegnn. Baker, t I Nymia, and Boloe are nonie of the schools that will meet liere and try to take the honora from MM aMal boya. Judging froni the showing that the OnlarlojHtfH maile at the class track meet her Wi'' record! will I"' broken If they iir kMtW by any of the ovttMfl IM1 Nenrly all the lnisin Iiouaea will chiMe In (he afternoon during the meet and everyone will attend the event. The Ontario boys under the train ing of Mr. Culbertsnn are priicilcluK constantly und It la likely that the school will make a record of which It may be proud, against the visiting athletes. One of the feature which la being looked forward to with much Inter eat la the nunrter mile race. Land ruin of linker Iiiim hud the chain p lOI hip for tin . but laat year Hovvliiml Koeall rinne I W close ..f the fact that he Win net Imrk three parrs because of the narrown...

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. — 27 April 1916

i ftje ttfenrtjpf vol.. a ONTARIO, M tl.lll III Xt'NTY, ORJCOON, THt'KMIIAY. APRIL 87, lOlfl. NO. IT. mm. I ' BOYS CATCH A BIG OTTER WITH LINE Horbert and Roscna Hedge ami Morty Scott, ltili ) by the Ana catch of a 300-pound sturgeon by Charles Purdy last Wednesday, put out a linn the flnt of tin- week In the lower Bnake rlTer. ltlng foi bait one nf the moit populous Inhabitant of Idaho, the ever present Jack rab bit, they were nptomlstlc on the bind ing of a sturgeon within n few day, but were more than surprised It find a valuable otter the vlrllm rf the bait, Tuesday morning The nnlnial which wan five and MM half feet In length, wan taken to the lion." of the Hedge brother and skinned, the hide being worth $25 or ISO.- I'arma Review. GOOD WILL CLUB DECORATION DAY The Good Will I Ml entertained Ita children at the honle of Mr. 1'ogue Hnturday afternoon. Mra. Maud Clcn MMtlgfMn IBM children for a half hour with the to ry of the death and resurrection of our Havlour. Quotation from ...

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. — 27 April 1916

r- Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With each 50 cents purchase and thin coupon yon will be entitled In 2.000 VOTK8. A PROCEEDINGS Of COUNTY COURT Action Taken by Hie County Court of Malheur I ounty nntl Hill- ,ul- lied ami Allowed at the Feb- i n ii i. Murrii ami .lprn Tvrivv, I 111 II. Count) Court DmcerOlngK at III I ehriinry Term. In DM matter ot the reports of the I rating or transient livestock within Malheur nninty. Oregon, for the years 1913. 1914 anil 1916. Iteports submitted to Harney county. In the matter of the report of tho ruling of traiiHlenl livestock within Malheur county, Oregon, for tin' year 1915. IteportH Fuliniiiii'ii to Grant coun- In the matter of the report of the grating of trunnion! livestock within Malheur county, Oregon, for the year 1915. IteportH HUhmltteii to Baker coun- i.iiii'imI tuinl. Name, Account of Amount Disss I'ruillioiiime, suppliea clerk I 08 I,. R. Hill, office exp 10 1H ;.n k Dai la...

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. — 27 April 1916

I ' Tree Bark Glue Brut. An excellent glue brush for (he caM metmakor or carpenter cnn ho made from n piece of elm tree hnrk, which niny usually ho found In Hie yard of a furniture factory. WagM than "r ny hardwood lumher yard. With a ihgfB kulfe whittle mvny the hrlttlo outer but flown to tag .vlilte liber or Inner Hide of the hnrk of which tnp brush In to lie mmlc. Cut :i pici af (Ills to the lenu'lli iiikI width required for the brush. Souk one eml of this piece In hot uiitor for n few minute. Iviy the wntei MMlMd end on 11 linrd Hiihulunce, tUCh tl II piece of Iron or linrd Mood, find helit It out Mlth u hummer, dipping It In the wilier oc cniilomilly to keep It thoroughly wtt The licullng will cause the I on nil Pliers of the hurk to separate ui the end. these formltiK mi excellent nnd Itie pensive hrunli whh h never n1iciI.s hairs mill hints louiter thin 'lie cheap hrunh commonly Hold nl I he stores. I'opulnr Hrlence. How It Looked to Him. "All, flo tell me Hoinethlnx nholll t...

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. — 27 April 1916

The Ontario Argu M. E. BAIN, Publisher. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advanc" Published Kvery Thursday. Entered In the Post Office at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission IhfOVfh the mail ai nnrond class mall matte,- JHK ICO: Wll IT BBKM8 MI.K 1'ltoll Kor ii hundred year Spain hMP4 cruelties unspeakable upon Cuba Three generation-! died llMN timler the belief that Hoy had been forgot ten; that there wa no more a Ood to answer pra Hut UM 1 -1 1 of de-Mny struck at last und the arm of Spain trig brok en. It was our nation that hail been up pointed to do the work and the wa It was performed Impressed the world with the conviction that It was the most magnificent act of all the ages. To throttle a monster; to n broken hearted people, In feed the atarvltiK. to shelter the homeless, to cleanse a fair island from Its imme morial load of tilth; to compel a pes tilence that had raged unchecked and uneoiKiuered for more than a cen tury to pole it black wing and flee way, to open schools fo...

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. — 27 April 1916

A GOOD RECORD Some people make a record of talking into a phonograph. Mine was made by giving "the best for the money and a square deal to all." Suits made to order, and prices to suit all pocketbooks. Cleaning and pressing, promptly and properly. Edward Cope LADIES AND GENTS TAILORS Opposite I h- Postnfficr Phone lir. W Ontario Laundry Down Town Office Everhart's iWl.-Seai WM1- HAVE YOUR SPUING SEWING STARTED With Perfectly Fitted Corset A Nu Bone ..i the Coract Parlor in the Annex Mock, back of the M. M. Store A carmen! guaranteed again! mating or breaking SARAH L. CAIN Prop. May Chix Hatched In Cypher's Incubator Are Profitable Ontario Produce Co. Everything for tbs Poultryman FOR ARTESIAN ICE Call up COLD STORAGE The Only Sanitary Ice in Town Phone 157-K ONTARIO JOHNNY Suffolk I'ercheron Stallion Stands at lila ranch near On tario, from April 1st, Ittltt to Jan. lat, 1017. Heaoon, 3, fee due vslien mare la In foal. Colt from till aire can be seen at the ranch. J. P. SCHALL, Prop...

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. — 27 April 1916

Ptrtimmons Food. The only fruit, says a bulletin of the department t agriculture, m lil'h equals Hie persimmon In H value as food Is the date. Nevertheless mini persons with : persimmon trees In their pMMOOJ me allowing the frill to go to waste, either through lg minitiee if UM ninny UNI to which It may be put or through prejudice There In a saying In the persimmon country Unit pel llMMOM me "good for dog, MM nml 'MaMMO." This, Imw ever. Is ilerlnreil In he I ffOM injustice to a very wilunhlo product One MM fur the negtMt f f lit- fruit Is the mistaken Idea llinl I" I slmmiuis lire unlii M Ml mil 1 1 they bars heen touched b) tntt Aa a mailer f fact, iniirli of the bOOl fiull 1 lout every year I iiusc II ripens mill falls tn the ground, whole, n.t btM fouolii il bj IM -I It Is left tn rot. Snoll persimmons as are HOI ecllhle hefnre front MM me n lute vnrlely of the fnilt, ami He iviiii.ii that they pin ki r the I illi Is kMM they lime mil yet rlpem-d In p-minl, llM host fruit Is Hin...

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. — 27 April 1916

Sofia, the Bulgarian Capital. N iflv In ilii eust baa undergone ncli a miiKlc transformation aa Sofia. Prior (0 tlir piiiniii'limilnii of the Kul gars It was a small Turkish town of 20.ooo. with mirrow. dirty streets. There waa practically no trade, and tbe people were lu n hideous auto of pov erty. Tbe city which tiur viw rlaon np baa a populatlou of about 135.(100 and la rapidly becoming ne of t tin beat In enatorn Kiimpe. Architecturally It baa far more claim to respect than ta at flrat apparent The atrpota. whirh are well paved and beautifully dean, are too narrow for ibe nilciimitc display or the fine pmpnrtlona of ibe czar's pal ace. Hie Nntlminl theater, the general poatofflce, tbe war olllce. the llulgarl an National bunk, (he William Glad atone llti.li Ncin.ni for Hoys, the Grand Mntd de Rulgarlc. the Nntlonnl Anil cultural hank, the Sobrnnje nnd many other PQblk buildings whl.h arc of fine anndatouo. The ecclesiastical edill.es are of remarkable beauly. eapeclally the new ...

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. — 27 April 1916

'- S f NYSSA 1 MM Mil II NOTKH (Prom NynHH Journal) O. L. Palmer niado some Improve ments Inst wMg mi his ranch house. ne mile vest of town. John Kohh.ii ihwp 14 ti from upper Buccor creek, haa retumpd to 8cot-j. Wal)a Wm. Qtilnn and Clyde May were down from Ironside on land buslnees this week. Miss (iertrude Morfltt la home for the Kaater vacation. She haa been at- li-mling the St. Paul's school In Wal- land, hla former home, to Join the army of the allien Mr. ' DiIIoit, our eiiicieiii new road supervisor, did Home Reed work last week on the road between Pete Tensen's and Alex M lionald's. AmoiiK the new arrival' In this vi cinity nro Mr. O. Neal, .Mr Admiral Keck and their families They Hi from Oklahoma. They are bo well pleaxiMl with HiIh country that UMf will locate. Wori' has I" n resumed on the drnlriBK" system near John Ward's ranch, after a delay of a few daya. Mr. I. II Anderson haa taken the contract and expecta to be occuple.l for aome time In the completion of the projec...

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. — 4 May 1916

$tttet0 2tar0tt. p VOL. W ipMIIIKp, M lllll It COl'ISTY, ORIXION. TIU KSIIW, MV 4, l1fl. so. ia TRACK TEAM MAKES A GOOD SHOWING Win Eight Firsts From the Boise Hunch. The Ontario high went n mm to the Boise track meet and thrjr made n excellent showing. Bolae wm the meet on points tak ing a total of 61 to II for Ontario When theite two high schools met at Ontario several weeks ago Ontario won on point, taking 62 H to 50 for liolie. The allowing made by the llnlun high school In I lie meet Friday waa the reiiult of hard training to vmt i ' ' ' Ontario. Aa Ontario! outside of the southwest 'in IiIrIio Jurisdiction, none of the athletes to pnrilr.pnte In Hi'' Mot cow meet was selected from that team Ontario, participating in the n t by Invitation, took eight first, four seconds and four third. Koenlg of Ontario waa the high point man or the meet wit li 20 llolau took rive firsts, seven ecnnda and seven thirds. I'yper was second Individ ul scorer with 14 point. Payette wa third with two...

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. — 4 May 1916

Great Profit-Sharing Prize Campaign FREE-Valuable Prizes-ENTER YOUR NAME ONTARIO PHARMACY With each 50 rrnt. imrrliiixr and thl. ...upon you will be entitled to 2.0011 OTK.H. A s a Till-) TAXPAYERS' LKAOI'R rpquent .lgned by ten or more mem-. Till- VAI.IK OF A II KV Iior of tlie league. t, m.r. --fgj "":;;'t?1::,r."" Il-i!ice themselves to aid and sup-1 port this league and Its officers In I t)p ronin,rcai point of view tl,..r efforts to lirlng annul an .in- )hp fm -g ,nvllR hen , , w,rv The following article nntl by-law. oWVOJMM In the ndmlnlatratlon of ,ll(, .,,...,, vfatment. The were adopted mo newiy iorn..-u lllir rniy itnuirs una on. no. .u.n ... , , , charge of the MUH AMI) lex mid III -I.hu of OrganlM lion Iteccntl) I ornir.l. taxpayer.) league of Jordan Valley: And we hereby recommend the Koiirl egg laying contest having AllTICI.KH board of the Taxpayer league " I ,,,,, ,,, ,ntPrtlng dedurtlona Whereas. It appear that tliero l the county MBBlMlHM and hoard ,.,, ,,. Ih r,,, ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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