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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 25 January 1917

I vkuv. koto THK ONTARIO ARGVH, ONTARIO, ORROOX, THTOHDAY, JANUARY 2fJ, I9IT. EPIDEMIC OF MAD COYOTES STARTED A. K. BROWN RANCH XKAU VKN ator ix HAJunnr rocwr REPORTS F1RHT OK VICIOI S AMM XI.S IX TWO nUM WCS AND .STOCK SUFFER TVspiwr nml Rancher I'nlte to Kx terxnlnnte Dangeron Animals HVevd Kxamlnesl Show Developed '. of IUIile. An opldomlc of mail . ..toi.- in Huney count) la In full swing. I.iihI woek flvo of t lu animal" wore shot following I li biting of setenil lu'tiil of. stock and dogs The heiul Of MM of tht nnlmalH shot ua brought ti Ontario hy I- M S. .mcanl fur MM lnatlon li Doctors Priming a tt'r i Tim .inliuil MM shot utter It linil bU MlJ 111' I- .'H'l 'log "n "i'' ,; llrov.n riinrh ll ITwWtOf In BSTBOJ .runty. Tin j nt tin' ..nTlni I 10 the kUIc baclitrlohiglMl wlioHi' n port wrh received thh wi'ik Accord ing to tin' ri'linll tin' .1 ll i inn I liml ll highly developed cum1 "f ralili Steps WON taken liuini'di.itolv ui i i. the iippoiiruiue nf tin- coyote lit ranch In...

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. — 25 January 1917

Ill l; ONTAIIIO Mil. IS ONTARIO, OKI -., JAM Kl IM, 11117. PAOK KIVK SOCIETY NEWS NOTES. New. Item for this section will be gladly received If they roach The Argun office before Wednesday noon, or they muy be telephoneil In by that time. Phone No. 4-J. HAHTKRN STAR MATRONH MU8IC CLOW RM1TAI, HI u B II. ATT WKIHHNU UUKHTtt AT IUMM DINNKIt PLKAHKH LAKOK ..Mill Kis.. TAKKH P1.ACK AT PAVKTTK The home of Mr W W Leteon I Mrs Eugene Moore and Mlaa Flor- At the rectory of the Kplaoopal on South Oregon atreet Saturday ov- ence French of Baker were the artists church In Payette last Thursday avon- nlng wan the acene of the moat elab- Introduced to the music lovera of ing occurred the marriage of MIm raltv nnnrtlnt rwl rl nnnr if llm win. riniaeln i... i.. ti . .... n .. ... wr . iOGGERY TO MOVETO tNLARGED QUARTERS William Imxoii Heekn Mure llooni For llaherttMlirry Una Keen- In Ontario For the Paat Mix Yean. William I .axon, or an he la famtll- The Week With Ontario Citizens ( IhI PemonaJ ) M...

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. — 25 January 1917

.f .( H1X TIIK ONTARIO AlUiHH, ONTARIO, OREGON, THX'RBDAY, JANfARY aW, 1017. PRESIDENT'S DAY. Mr. Wilson's Crowded Schedule Calls For Early Rising. LIKES GOLF AND BILLIARDS. Out ef Bod at 5 s. m , Bathes and I In Study Not Later Than 5 .10 Always Ratiraa Bafora 11 Raacia Poetry Aloud and Takee Plaaaura In Lataat Datactiva Stoma. Washlngtnn. President Wilson hanii "Well ilellmsi mIii. hili' map'il out for his dnily work win n in Washington. He sticks lo this -chululi i he., iy. It rail fir bil iu.-ui; at tin- Mrtf hour nf 5 hi !i i. 'I l.i u ho li II In1' tMtl Blul la In hU study not IiiIim than I N o'clock. avs (he I.ouIm i 1 lc- Covritt Journal In a n I rut ai MM of the prea- Mi'iii m in 'hue I mi. i ,: ii. i . -. . 1.- ii t ia met in hla ajtndy liy liia stenographer. CI. Hwcin. rimrlli', as he la known about the Wliilc BeMIt takes dictiidoii until 8 o'rlork. which ia thr president s tirrakfast hour, llrrakfast over, Mr .Wilson ia a-" ustoiiml to return to liia aliuly tu BBtlMM Big...

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. — 25 January 1917

TIIK ONTARIO AROt'H, ONTARIO, tlllK(.(i, TIM 10-DAY, .lANlARY W, IBI7. PAGK SFVKf INQUIRY BOARD REPORTS FINDINGS Tns following In the findings of board of inquiry convened at Ontario., on of ,M preeent The service ofreo,or, of th, Owyhee Ditch Com Oregon, 12 30 P. M.. January t.,h day wra well attended with In- jp-nr. held In Ontario. Oregon, on the !(. ror me purpoae Of invesigat - lag and placing reaponalblllty of ae ldnnt to automobile and Injuries to Tupanta at Mayberg croaalng near io lie poat t, Oregon Eaatern branch, about 1:ES P. M., January i, 1117 The board u composed of IM follewing: Representative of the public K I, Eraser, merchant, Ontario, Ore. Representatives of the railread: '.'me K ilrooka, Aaat. Supt . O 8. la. .it , Nampa, Idaho; L. Rasiiiussen, , (alms Arijuater, O. 8. L. nil. Poca .llii ; II O. Drane, Agent, O. 8. L '111 . Ontario, Ore Kind that Train No Iff consisting of engine iror, combination haggagp .ml passenger car and rnnrh, in .urge of Conductor Paul 0...

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. — 25 January 1917

IM1K HfiHT TIIK OVTMUO AltfilH, OVTAHIO, OtUgOOfa, Till Itsi.Al. JAM Aid 2. 1017. CAMELS OF AFRICA Superb Animate Used by the Arabs When an the Warpath. TEACHING INDIANS IS THIS WOMAN'S HOBBY MODERN WARSHIPS It'll 1,1 HI Tho Moiili vard Happy Ilnnd rluli inol with Mrs. Kerr last week Tin next meeting will ba In-lit Wedi.e.i I. Ill Ills TRAINED FOR GREAT SPEED. Mr. Molineux Declaree Red Man Can B. Lad. but Will Net Ba Orlvan. Thaaa Meharl, aa Thay Arc Callad, Can Covar a Hundred Milaa a Day With ut Undua Fatigue, and Thay Ara Nevar Worked Baaata of Burdan. "There me IttMtl aa many varie ties i.f ..mi. !-. hi horses," suys n hullc tin of tin' National Qtngmihn ntilalj. "The Amh MM for camel I" djemel. Thus., .if Tniilain. Trimitnuln mill Al geria IniM' one hump anil n i really clronii dai i 4 icilalii breed of rainrl run withstand tha gtWl bent of the Sahara and ntliiia Hint of the rero Weather Of Tlb.'Liind t'hlnn. "It la limaIn In sec thr rapidity Wtth u libit a herd of MO natal wil...

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. — 1 February 1917

(tonfoxta 'AtQm. Ww VOI,. XXI. ovrtlHO. MM III IK COI TV, OHI l,nv Till HHIIW, I I lift I i: I. IIM7. No. 4. RtSUME THRU SERVICT ArlLR LONG BLOCKADE FAHHKN'HI-IKH FOK ONTARIO ON BOARD lltMNH STALLED IN WYOMING I KOM KRIIIAY i s 111, si Mw vnmro, HAKE SPORT Of PREDICAMENT: IUIIU.I l i v . - Known Into Cuts III- 1 1 llotarlex I ould mil lliimllc Opines I Once Mllll 1MI giiln For tho second time In nearly a week Ontario thin mornlnR received a consignment of eaatern mall. Since last ThurHilny nlRht only one otbnr mall train reached the city, that came thru Tueaday night when the blockade In Wyoming was temporari ly broken Sunday night only to take a freah hold Monday. A long deep cut 20 mile weet of Laramie. Wyoming, waa the scene of the blockade which tied up the I'n loa Pacific service from the East and baffled the officials for days. The bits sard which Oiled thla cut with snow alao contributed to the troubles of the railroad men and worries of the paaaengers in the 14 thru trains s...

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. — 1 February 1917

PAGE TWO THR OffTARK) AROrS, ONTARIO. OltKOOft, TIU'RHPAY. KKHRl'ARV I, 1017. THE ONTARIO ARGUS (Established 1896) OM. K. AIKEN, Editor and Pabliahor Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon and entered at the Ontario post office for distribution as 2nd class matter SUBSCRIPTIONS: One year - 1.60 Three Months Six Months - 1.00 Single copies .60 .05 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: All copy for display advertising should be at this office by Wednesday noon. To insure position copy should be in this office on Tuesday. 1,4 WIS KITH I It U NKW I'ltOIII.KMM Mill AMKHHW. JmlrltiK from Mir. rpinrl wlilrli every imiRiizine ml. tin il "I tin" PMirganlzatloii of lnlutrlfl In . l i ' I mill I'm in II a ill inn iinif dlfferoaoa la the C nmi I on n nmoretel aad ladoot lal wiirrnri- whirl; Will fulliiw tha pi lift i il' I mi. I .-in. MM war ini. victor r. i iii i'i" ii la nol imr.i iii .Mir tii.ii ituih iiimii Tim ri.'i t Icttml Ir.nt Iiii of I ml u-.t i . In KiiKlan.l ninl PIMM I" 1 1 - (mint nf illli'ii.ir...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 February 1917

l M KOIIAKH PIIKHI itIKTION HI'K IAI.ISTH FURTHER DISCUSSION Of THE MERITS OE CO-OPERATION An Ktatml In Inn! wieVi Argus If n cannery Ik stiirtt'il In onr ( (itnnninlty on thn co-opnmtlvH deposit rliix-k sys (iii, those deposit crlinrulift rnn bn printed and Rotten up In book form similar to our bank checks right here bv our own prlnterit thu keeping our money -at borne In the making of (brm and tbuM Klwsys keeping a supply on hand to alt requirement needed hucJi hecks when tenderex! to the farni-r for Ma produce at the cannery would be, accepted by him when once he Ih convinced thai auoh check will be accepted by the business houaae of Ontario, blacksmith, corpentera, painter, lawyers, doctor, mlnlatera, men and women generally. Why. bav ceuse the grocery merchant will ac. tbetr counter name a aoooy to a certain eitent. Thla certain eiteat will vary according to the amount of canned good tho merchant sees fit to aupply himself with, but no furth er providing of course, If such good...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 February 1917

IAlK FOUR TUK ONTARIO AWHH, ONTARIO. ORROON. THURADAY, FKRRUARY I. 1017. The Week With Ontario Citizens ( Local Per-oanl ) f. "iTTuKtiarvv - Hj.. i i I lllti Jqj ' ... tEiV ' II ' la -i - Shadows of the Past No one who has OflOB heroine accustomed to the convenience and copifort of the G-E ELECTRIC RANGE would ever be Mtinfied to cook igain with a coal or Wood stove. Just think of It no heavy i uttlei of cool; to ashi 1 1 l l i the coal gas; no waite.h , i : leaoUneM, tot il al or mm fi . i heat conti I and no a uel. May we show you 1 1. : range? IDAHO POWER CO. MBHlV Xkf 9l ' r Come and See Titan 10-20 Real Kerosene Tractor tlERE is your opportunity loser Tir.iti 10-20, therecent addition to the I 1 1 C linc-.ip of tractors. It has already a wonderful record. It couldn't help winning out For two yeari it was under trt an'! ovpirip' ' prnring M ike market, MM t I Cl 'hey afe and Ajr ahcy are. 1 1, roaie aoine 01 tl.cmi Tafcfc I0-a)a.elopafull20mec!.ai1i-lt i.l'.ir.!.'. bc!t K) Ktasa...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 1 February 1917

PAOK nm t fW OK 10. lOI 30CZX00C30E X. V" aoc lO 30 " S THE OLD HOOSIER SPECIAL fi Big Improvement O THE NEW HOOSIER SPECIAL O 908 1917 In Nine Years TIIK ONTARIO AHOt'M, ONTARIO. (WON, THI'IIHIIAY. KKHIU'ARY I, lf17 I D Q D Is On Display at Our Store OE IOOOOC1 o cD Fifty Per Cent More Value No Raise in Price Cut Price Sale OF HOOSIER SPECIALS L 'tlcoMier Beauty M H C I -10E3Q O OEZ3C 13 O February 3rd. to MKK Only NEVER BEFORE HAVE THE DEALERS OF AMERICA BEEN ABLE TO OFFER THE P OBI CO AHO - CABINET AT A CUT OF $6.00. VYY have an old 1806 Moosicr Special cabinet OB display tliat fold at that time fm-$: W.l 10. Secthj i in iru with the NKW HOOMIKIt 1.M7MPKCIAI., whieh sells for LKSS MONEY, and has lull y FIFTY PER ( KNT I I.IK. THIS IS YOUR ONE CHANCE IN A LIFE TIME TO BUY A H008IER SPECIAL CABINET AT SO LOW A PRICE AND PAY KKMKMHKK KKIUU'ARY 5 TO 10, OftLY. $1 Down and $1 Per Week. i.i Ml Mill i: I I mil It .1 TO to. ONLY. ONTARIO FURNITURE COMPANY oi oi w" "" tgggat irti logsssaa...

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. — 1 February 1917

TMCJK SIX TIIK OWTAKtO .AfUJlH. ONTARIO, (IHK(;o. TIUIIHDAV, n:HK(4lir I. 1017. PILES OF REMNANTS TO SELECT FROM THIS AND THE COMING WEEK PEOPLE RESIDING OUTSIDE OF ONTARIO ORDERS FILLED SAME DAY RECEIVED JUST AFTER INVENTORY We Find Many Pieces of short end Dress Goods from two to eight yards and many broken lines where there are not all colors and we have placed these all in the big Remnant sale for this and next week at big reductions. The quicker you pick the better the selections and we guarantee every piece to be less thnn factory cost. ml ONTARIO f& Wl owecoNJ I 0 DEPARTMENT STORE The Quality Store. SHOES Special Lot Men's and Wo men's Shoes. .Inst in, new Spring shoes for incii Miid wotnen, Nowhere will you And the qualities for 1h' money, you will Mt our shoe departmeut at present. BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS. If you .wiiiif .strong, .well made, good looking, good wearing, up-to-date BoyV School Suits you will surely buy tin in atourSuil Depart n km 1 1 ,ii our nnderpriees at pr...

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. — 1 February 1917

THE ONTARIO AIK.CS. ONTARIO, ORICOON, Till IWDAV, I C.HHI AllY I, 1017. PACE MEVKN UHPER SIX FLAGS. Txa In Hr Career Ha Had tarn Exalting Experiences. Six flags have fluwo over Texas, In eluding tha banners of three foreign IHJwith- Franco, Bpalu and Meilco. Clrat came the French flair, which was carried down the Mississippi river to rKulBJ" meeting of the hoard of dl Ka wni nt "!- i. thu i..t.-..t.i t rectors of the Owvhee Hitch Cum Halle. Foil. Ing thla was the Spanish emblem, first thrown to the breete un. tier the direction of the Kranclaran Prie.1. Then enme In amceaalon the Meilcan flug and tbe I-one HUr em- btem of the republic of Teiaa. The stars and stripes followed the Ione Ntiir. hut waa supplanted for a time by tbe atara ant) barn of tbe Con- federacy. In the atruagle for aacendancy among these vmluiiM group It la needleaa to , ,,,, , .. !T , , ,,, , aHy that much blood baa lecn apllted and counties tragedies have taken their pin. on the 1'iiifj'a of hlatory. The history...

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. — 1 February 1917

V.XtSK FKJIIT 1111. ONTAI1K) MKil'H, ONTARIO, ORKGON, TIIURHOAY, KKIIKIMIIY t, 1017. v . Tln (lino Club Concert which wan looking thn country over with a view held lant Thursday night wan a to locating here having recently sold ' grand huccphh flnnnrlnlly, and ecrord- his ranch at Owyhee. Ins hi tin' expressions of tlio audi ' Clins Gossett and wife returned nro thi program wbh well curried homo Saturday from Seattle, whore The Mtornry Society held a hm I- out. they have been vlltlng and Bight boo- anss ii Im Cilday at which iitiinlny night tin- hoy ' tenni lng Hlnce their marriage the latter the- tCOttd iilMiers for the next - went to piny the fust Meridian team part of November. master. Those elected were Ktlnl Our boya had the lead of Hie (rami' Tlie Mlsoa Maude and Flossie Kel- Ifexlup. President, Virginia Key- until tlie Inst ten minutes of play h-r and Irma Von Uenden wore dinner noli'R, V'ic rre-ldent, and ('lii.ile when they made two personal fouls guests nt C. U. Stover's F...

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. — 8 February 1917

0nfavt0 7kt$m. VOI,. XXI. ONTAIUO, MAI.HF.IK (II1NTV, OltKOON, llll ItsHM. I Itltl ll M. lfM7. NO. .". fee FIRE ALARM SYSTEM NEEDED SAYS FARMER MIIHI, IHKTN ATTI.V TIO OK f Ol Mil, TOPKKH- KNT I VtllKOI' ATK HKHVIC'K -TO INVKHTIOATK (1WT. SUPPORT FOR BAND CONTINUED I'rtiierty Owner to Receive Another Warning on Requirement for Hev er Connection before Dlplomatlcl Relations are Scvcrnl. Whither It la wlae to apend all of the fire department aupply funda lorl, MlUK , HM.kl,oMw ,., none tlial la neeacu or 10 oiven a portion of the amoun for the Inslul latlon of a fire alarm system, tlml waa the question plared before the council meeting Monday evening by City Marahnl Harry Parmer. U. I'.. -...., In .-. I rt flllMlllnlll Iy Mayor W V lloinun and members pf the council, declared that while I he department was badly In need of additional hose the city needed the alarm system which could be given from the office of the telephone com pany. Huch system, he aald, were In nmm lit Mori, Htm U'o...

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. — 8 February 1917

IMOK TWO TIIK nTAIUO VRfllS, ONTARIO, OHROON, THIItSDW. I KHIll UV 8. 1017. THE ONTARIO ARGUS (Established L896) OM. K. A1KKN. Kditnr and Publisher Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon nnd entered at the Ontario post office for distribution as 2nd class matter DISCUSSION ON COOPFRA TIVE CHECK -HOW IT CAN PERFORM ITS MANY DUTIES One year Six Months SUBSCRIPTIONS: $1.60 Three Months l.Oo Single copies $ .GO .05 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: All copy for display advertising should be at this office by Wednesday noon. To insure position copy should be in this office on Tuesday. TIIK CIUMIM. An nova before In t In- print his tory of th l.'nltml Hlali-w, the nation In today farlnc a trial of f.ir reaching- pDHKibllllpH It In Juki ID.', yriii-M lm e the I'nitod Htntox, then nn In - HomotliliiR may hp nipntloiiPil hern a to how (hp m-operatlve check may ind ItH way Into or MlfkborlM town. If a cannery unit a broom to ut IslniH'Mt mart In tftoaMl'il hers in (tularin. Aa a com pn risen lie twepn t...

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. — 8 February 1917

TIIK ONTAIUO AltOI H, ONTARIO. ORKrOlf, TIU'RHOAV, FEBRUARY H. f rtlT. PAOI TIIUKB TO BUILD SHIPS AT COST PRICE Bethlehem Steel Will Make Of fer to Uncle Sim. BIDS ON 16 INCH NAVY SHELLS No Chin,, For Profit In Thorn Under Praoonl Tool, (.,., Say Possible Explanation of the Prloot Mod by an Engll.h Firm Which Bid Undor All Amorloan Manufacturer. I Speaking recently before the Terra pin Club of Philadelphia. Kimrnr O. DfMft, President nf the Hcthlchcm Hleel Company, said In part In a peculiar sense Hcthlehcm Steel acnes ihi- American roplo. lor Maniple, lbinif.li we bare been able to obtain In Kurnpe almost any price, w have cth.-r.-.i, in onr chargea to 'ho United Slate Government, to the bads of prices established before ii" war began We agreed If tin- (Jovei nment would abandon It plan for Federal plant to make armor for our Nary ni any prte the Urn ti hum ni Uttlf night con H4fT fmlr. our ordnance plants are at (he die pose I of ii"- nation at a fair operating root pua a small 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. — 8 February 1917

PAOF WOt R THK ONTARIO lt.ls. ONTARIO, OIIFUON. TIirRHOAY. I I Hill tin A, 1017. MAJTMN KODAKS The Ontario Pharmacy nff HI hio Hi'KriAi- link OP MNhJl and am, kimhi of toii,kt artki.kh now ox uis- VLM THH IUm.IM ANI HKHT LINK IN THF Ml'NTY AT I'RK'KH Willi II AUK NOT ONLY ItlOHT HIT HKAHONAHI.K. K CAN HVPIM.Y YOUR FAERY WANT IN TIOH LINK. The Rexall Store FILMS no si iri.OM I'KWCKirTIO.N SI'I IALISTS I. FT A HFXALL IIKMKOY IT UK THAT COI.H NOW THE WEEK ON THE FRV1TLAND BENCH Hi, MRS. R. G. W1LS0S i' i: iii, mi oamo bono from .' Hifflc rami' liotui Corn i.n i ri i i ii k lag (llapoood hi t Miiiihou BUM till r.'ir.iK'1 in a li.nlr Col ii imirli In ii iiu.v to Hi-' A ii M W ' iiii'inn honMi I J i . i" ' I.e. ill Iuti'. ! Mm. l.ulu ( liumliiiluln lilt I'll B prOVlOU I) live, I mi tin' ' Imrry , da) l"i Wl 1 1 1 11 K I Ii County h:i Iim- : , i I. 'I UM P0 illuli hi i'ii .1 hi r t0 ill I.m.vi gavi .i illniii'i Smiiliiy JIIiiIhIi mil I BBOOl term III liimiir hi II T. I.iwl Mini I unllv Dep...

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. — 8 February 1917

THE ONTARIO AIMilH, ONTARIO, OHKOON, THI KHDW. IIHKIMtV H. IIM7. rav: vivn SINNOTT STARTS LAND BILL THRU CONGRESS Measures fr Relief of Settlers In Tills Ht( Proposed tlrciilurs on l''iirtn Loans May IK1 Sc- rureO. Washington, I). C. February r, (Special) Congressman N. J. Slnnotl of Oregon has been successful In kl flrat atop towarda passage of each of til-, twin I. III. for permitting entry on rodn mitt Ion and power altc withdraw- tlir0 :iN iiil.Joct to the right of the govern-1 4 Contestant tnuat he alxth. aev roent to retake the land, or audi part.jenln or elhtri grBdo pupi, and any thereof aa It may later be necessary rnoo AMrlci )n Malheur County, to dm for the purpoae. for which orlg- liavlnR pupllg eligible under theae Inally withdrawn. The Committee ,,., nmy ,,. ono g,,,. on Public Land of the Houae of Rep- 6 Eacn rhoo ,, pny tn ex. reamitntlvoa authorlxed Mr Slnnott : pmntn of )tB repreaenUtlvc. For the to report for It favorably on both theae Purpow, of ragug funda to de...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 8 February 1917

ta.k six Tin-: oT,itio aucis. vi i!i. ORBOOIf, hi TIU'KHIi.W, I KIIIUAHY H. 11)17. SCHOOL NEWS FROM OVER THE COUNTY M. I). Mclladc of HurnH who enter ed upon Hip duties of principal of Hi' Itrognn ncliooln the first of the m.ii ta cloliiK well in IiIh work Already, h new interest hi being shown In nil school in I i Itlen. H' hool nislrlrt No 7!l ban . . t -. i bonds for the MMtM of n new si hool linmic. MlM I'roiniin Ik tChiPI th( flrnt ki liool in HiIh new illstrlcf . Mis Allii' McDonnell linn resigned Iut position In District No 119 and i now in tlio Jordim Valley nrhnols IIt formor position in lillrd hy MIhh Kdllh Jones wjio taught the Slilnncr pri vate school two yearn ngo. The Lincoln Sell lenient and White Settlement I'lirinl Teacher Asso. la lion will meet at the Lincoln School house Friday afternoon. February 1 1 The Arc.iillii AflKM hillon and a few people from oilier parts of the coun ty will be guenta of the local associ ation. t'arl titinilerson of District No. 4, went o...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 15 February 1917

I mdxtifi VQM. l,. l OVIMKIO. Mllli;ilt tXlfJCTV, II. till. ON. THUKKD.-tY, I dim IttV IA, I1M7. NO. . o ONTARIO 10 HAVE A MEAT PACKING PLANT1 II. II. Tl SI I.I.H INTI-llU.sT IN lU'TAII. STORM Of TDK OKC- OOM I'M M; coMIMNV TO OKORGN HMAIh. RETAINS THE PACKING PLANT After Vacation In Old Home In Kant- ern I aliinlii Will llcliirn In On- lario In Kiiliirge Scope il I'nuftl I'liuil, I- title Alli'lillon In Whole- sitle llu-iiii'ss. Ontario Ih to huve one of lis i In K needs supplied UiIh full II II Tiiniiy Who for the pnjit four yearn lui . Iu'i.-n operating the Oregon Pack Ing company will thin full Increase the capacity of llu slaughter houses he already owns ami will devote hla en tire attention lo till- wholesale .iikI pm kuiK Mi of llin buslnce. As a step In the direction of achiev ing thin reeu.lt he has sold the re tall bop to George Small of New Plymouth. Mr. Small, a meat man of many year experience will take over the shop next Monday and Mr. Tunny will, after winding; up the...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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