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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 13 February 1913

U - u. mm aH crrnAPNiTZ JVErVliE ft. f i s m. ') c- . k0RRtSI,"Njrl: SOLI. "' " "SS )& 'IK 1 " A" N .. I K '.-1 HJliJ pTiW Articles and Illustrations must not . r,prlnll without special pvrnila- ilon ) THE WHITE COCHIN. ToiirW hi CblM "'' wonder nt th . niiinl'iT unci perfection nt the rbl'-'kri's. They tuny not know tlmt the Brnlinu Boddbloti ami toUOWOTI of gtii)viif fO 'I ,IM'' '.eo-tsoe bellcvo q.Si fowls 111 HvlMK. movliiK temples i.. .1.....I1 flu. uoil'ltu of tliolr nn. wliurcwi u - -I cft"rv whom 'hoy worship for poultry nrid They ilo not Ml fcniti:p! for duck. j ,, I,. i they swallow their iinciw I bone spirits me to he wnM I" hi'-1 "" ""' wiiikm or mo pjn.irr- I" "I '' !l ,M"V reside. Of Hip "-1 i i . ('IiIiim'h chief chick w our tiiinl;'rd NCOgnMi the Muff. PirtrMtfc HI. i' k and White. The fboto by C, M HiirriltB. wuira umiiin OO0S. VUtf. like the otherN. In really a fan rati fowl. To uit trim t'oihtn shape, color riuI fi-Mt luMiiiK In nil art t:.i Iiiivu food utilit...

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 February 1913

White ifauVa Snip . 1 AT . iJMm 0M JWKkST ' 1 ST r . X I J 1 Sale Starts, Saturday, February 15th. 952 BILLS 1NTR0DUCDD IN LEGISLATURE THIS SESSION Continued from page 1. oi1u in 1910, the buuiie, by a vote ft 3 J to Hi refused bo to submit the amendment ami It will m.t, therefore, o to th i. i through the medium f ti.e lagteUrturr it i hstlgaatad bara that It w.ll. however, be voted on by tncun. oi th initiative. Electric Headlight Through Senate. Senator uiht'h Mil rouulrliiK rail road oomnftnltl to eiui their engines with tJootrk haadllghts won the dny lu lbs ftliatft lifter u liurtl fight. Tbe lull hue been amended to allow the railroad one year in which to squlp all engines with tbe modern lights, ami i he paragraph makltiK it Ins duty of the railroad commission to anforce i he act wiim struck nut. Legislation Division Favored. The Mulnrkcy and Mn'olloch reso lutlon, currying a proposed constltu tlonal mil' ntlmWIt, iIIvIh.iik the ses sions of t lie legislature, passed the sena...

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 February 1913

u ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon dhtfettitf . Ontario Argus She '" ! II II II The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVI. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913. NO. 8 tmui. Ar Y LACKEY ENDS ALL IN DESPONDENCY y0ung Man Well Known in Ontario Drowns Self in Boise River. Ilnrry F. Lnokey died in Boise Mon jtt ortnlng from ths efoete of mel WrboliA. The soif will be brmiHbt tnOotario thH eveolog and Interment till be id tbe local cemetery. Harry was the eon of Nathan Lao Uj, abo died dome 24 ywiri nun. and Mr. May Lnckey. wbo died in Lot Angtlea lint April. He waa in bia 2tilh year. Th on.llntf wn a aad one for a ji.imu man '"' auch bright proepeota Hb wiiacapeclally talented in oar -tooo work and writing. While die wm I with himself be jumped Into Ibc Holae river, where the body waa I ur. I Wedn...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 February 1913

II IS 91 I BI M ft ' ' f ftr .Vl F.ETRIGC W$f REGISTER. 'Wlffl (Thla matter must not be reprinted with out apeclal pertnlRHlon. Tb talleat woman In the world la re portinl to inn died recently at Oorln, llo. She wan eight feet three Inchea tall and waa forty years old. It aeeroa a bit strange In view of all the wool that la produced In thla coun try that a fellow had to pay ao atlff a price for a cont or ault that la half or more mere ahoddy. Lye la an excellent vermicide when flven to hoga. It la uminlly dlasolved at the rate of from two to four ten spoon fn la to a barrel of swill and atlr rcd In well before feeding-. The tanktiKo. high In protein, which la used na a part ration for hogs Is allhjeeled to high tmemt ores In Its in:i mifit' t ni-f. hence could not poaalbly contain clioiera or other dlseuso germs. II. -id the print three months lecn .Inly, August and Hepleinlier the country would have been sulTerlng from one of the worst droiigbta In Ita libit ory. There haa Ihmmi mo...

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 February 1913

U The Ontario National Bank United States Depository State of Oregon Depository For the Mat bread and pantry in town go to Mix Ontario Bakery. IB Our Bank Foar Bank ? If not, we oordiallf invite you to make our bunk lour hank. We have the umial Safeguards of Fire Proof Vault, Burglar Proof Safe, Bonded employees, and do business in a conservative manner. -:- -:- .;. Capital and Surplus. $80,000 5 Per Cent Not on Tit CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 5. S. COOK 4 COMPANY (INCORPORATED) : J. H. COOK, Manager. Capital Stock 50,000.00 Choice Apple and Prune Lands Land and City Property For Hale One ipan mnre. one spn.it gelding", '2 saddle horses gentle, fur women or childiiD. Ca)l at the Multnomah ro mg. Get the Argun, only fl.00 Local Market Report. Corrected Feb. 5, for the benefit of Argns readers by the Malbeur Mer oantlle Company. Eggs, per dozen. 30o. Butter, per pouu.l, 30o. Oata, per hundred, 11.60. Wheat, per hundred. 11.60. Hay, per ton, IK. Potato, per hundred, 11.60. On lone, per hun...

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 February 1913

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVEKY THUK8DAY Entered in the poetoffioe at Ontario, Orfiron. for irnnpiiiisKioB thronghthe mail aa second-class matter. M, E. BAIN, Editor and Proprietor GERMAN SHIP RUNS ASHORE Veaael Worth 9100,000 la Total Lom in Breaker. Nobalem. The Oennan bark Miml. Oaptaln i.. Weatphat. a fourmaater, bound from Valparaiso to Astoria for rders, grounded on tbe aand apit on (be north aide of the entrance to Ne belem bar. Tbe Garibaldi life saving atetlon waa notified by telephone, and tbe erew with lta powerboat came bere br apeolal train, and pulling to the wreck, after man attempta threw a line on board the vessel. One member of the crew waa Uken off br the breeches buoy. The captain and the reet of the crew, however, refused to com ashore, deciding to remain on the vessel until they could secure or ders for the abandonment of the ree sel from the German consul In Port land The vessel was In ballast, and oarried a crew of 30 men. coat more tban $S0,0O0. Tbe prelim ina...

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 February 1913

a Ontario Pharmacy Keep the Moths Away From your Furs with Our Moth Compound 25 Cents per Can Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks Local Items Vm. Wltr Olenn waa advised thla , of tbe dentb of her uncle. Wll IUB Staoer. . 8. Walaer. gM ,1 stlsnd tbe frjDarsl. V i Grove it home from tbe mil Iinry opnin t Portland. Attb meeting of tba fralt grower guards tby effected a local organ liitloD sod appointed A. Uramse idtl'" t0 tb" roee'D to awawa itBolM- I, K. Gnudy ! Id Baiter thla waak CD holiness. i W. 0. T. U. roiiTantloD will ha klrf it Frnitlsnd on Wednesday and lhr-lHT evenings net weak. Oood .l0lrsmi have been arranged and all ut cordially invited to attend. Gtorge R Stoic and Jeaiie Watt ttrr niBrniu -, j Kln( at tbe Mnllnnmnh. Clirtnoe Baga li bere from Nevada rliltloK hii brother. Tbt Catholic- ladlea will give a looked food sale in Rader'a atore neit hlonlsy. February 22nd and invite tit piiriniHic 'f tbelr frlenda. Chirlci K. Heiron waa bere Ttiea wr slth tome Investors who are goin...

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 February 1913

I h DEAD OX FIAT NEWS Nelson Wilber went to Hot Lnke Sunday on business. Percy Little, of Weiser, is ponding a sbort vacation witb Lis fnrciits here. D. B. Stokely has it on good authority that another maiden lady intends to settle here. Mrs. Ira Book is visiting with friends at Weiser. One of the last dances of the season will be given at Mosquito Friday night. Mrs. Alice E. White will re turn shortly to her home in Caldwell. William Yoat, who wm recent ly taken to Ontario, suffering from a severe attack of indiges tion, is now greatly improved. Arthur Price and family, of Valparaiso, Nebraska, are visit ing J. D. Conner. Mrs. J. R. Laagley is with her son at Caldwell for a few days. Charles Darnell purchased a new team last week. One or more members of the Billup family, living west of Bald mountain, are reported ill with smallpox. A dance, well attended and well enjoyed, was given last Fri day night nt the residence of Jesse ,W. Klieufelter. First1 clals jnusic was furnished by !...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 February 1913

a NOTES SW 5fM aTI--' iKV . rv Y bfjyUNTZ 0VERSIW 6 A LuaarowENtt aonn"-1' m-i irtlrlM and lllustratlona must not l". .printed without special permte- U rwrlnt ton I TM POPULAR WHITE EQQ-IT8 ..' mi ii' ' -owning for eome fadt . f,,'i,'H, mid milium these la the for white or brown shelled egRa ffblle RukUbIi egg sellers dip white Lass .m Into walnut stain to get Bjnivw - - II, color to catch the fancy price. New MM PJ premium iur ms cnnmy t.il. Iti ll..a(nn llmwnlnn flltr. wniie ' -- -,. I-,,, MM n(1 tiroB Den rru" 0ivinoinoiii No ue talking. Hip pure white egg la !. mill the criixe for It la ao ei- Mdint: that It will noon be national. rortimatelv. the white egg layers are devout prolific and so numeroua. Thtrt mi' rort.r tnree atanaani ra Mas tbit lay white hen fruit, divided THAT CARVINQ LEefiJOrt " , Father ever waa -tl . nK l Of hla aklll with i-iu nR knife; Carving gooae no o. could beat" him i Well, you better bet your i:f ' Ha would awing Uia knlre brfora him, Mnkn quirk atah...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 20 February 1913

I i m OX FUT IRRIGATION DISTRICT HOLD MffllNC At a meeting ia the Ontario city council rooms yesterday Bwsndsen and Bweudsen, of Boise engineers for tbe Dead Ox Flat Irrigation District, outlined before a laage audience of pro spective irrigators tentative plans for the proposed project of irrigating the flat. Briefly described the plans are as follows: From a point on the Payette River, water will be divertee througb a 10 foot pipe 4100 feet long, 1160 feet of which will be tunnel, to a point on tbe south fork of the river where a drop of 184 feet will de velope 9000 kilowatts, or ap proximately 14.400 horse power. From the power plant here power will be transmitted 40 miles to a pumping plant on Snake river, located in all prob ability, in the vicinity of the old Muller plant near the mouth of Jacnbson Gulch. Ten units, a motor and a tur bine pump constituting a unit will be installed at thin place, it being the contention of the eng ineer that a large number of small units necess...

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 February 1913

a ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon ((Htfati "Aram e Ontario Argus lead in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grrow m The Produce from , 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. I VOLUME XVI. '"' 'I ' i . ' ' ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913. NO. 0 MADERO AND SUAREZ KILLED Ihot While Being Taken From The Palace To Prison Under Guard Mnlco City. Franclaco L Madero 1 lot Pino Suares were shot and HI! m a midnight rid under guard on, die national palace to the penl- UntliiT Tho circumstances aurroundlns tha iKth of the deposed proaldant and riM president of tha'rapublio are un kwwa, except as given In official ao Kind, which do not conforni in all - The only wltneaaea war thoa Ktulty concerned In tha killing. Tha Bfovlilonal president. General Vhtoriano HuerU. says the killing of 0 io man whs IncldenUl to a fight MvM0 their guard and a party at- Miptlng to liberate t...

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 February 1913

1 i I OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAUNTEREST ffventt Occurring Throughout tho State During tkt Past Week. BIG COOS BAY UNO DEAL Aa, 100 Cltr L4 M4 frmn- sMsee InelMeee. MsrsbrVels w. J. wtleey Im i Of hMUgs it MaJr I Be la North im Tk ImI la. ii.o,. u4 himi wra ft MlhMH M MM M aetrcta T Mr. WUmt ears b to aa English VtU barest other as tinea la tbe raeifle MM, tale nlni but starter Tbe transfer ImMm the franchisee f th Blt Liu Railway aa tha Rapid Transit eomaay. ISO Mtw of toa4 on the peatasala JBl8BBB afarshfleM and North BeaC Iff acraa a tbs lower bay an over Is. Iota. JrUS railway rights, which consist of city franchises and war department permits, alao Included with tha elty limits or additional tracts of StO eroi la ona piece and 00 acree la another All of tha land U platted, aad aooio tracta are Improved aad being laid. Nahalam Valley to Have Railway. Veronla. Work on tha Columbia Nabalam Valley railroad, to bo built by the Kerry Timber company of Port land, will commence at onc...

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 February 1913

a The Ontario National Bank United States Depository State of Oregon Depository IS Our Hank Your Bank ? If not, we cordially invite you to make our bank your bank. We have the usual Safeguards of Fire Proof Vault, Burglar Proof Safe, Bonded employees, and do business in a conservative manner. -:- ;. . .:. Capital and Surplus. $80,000 5 jw Cent Net on Time CERTIFICATES OFDEPOSIT PREMIUM LIST FOR SCHOOL DISPLAY AT COUNTY f AIR DEMOCRATS IN CON GRESS DO NOT AGREE BRIEF BITS OF TIMELY NEWS 8, S. COOK & COMPANY (INCORPORATED) : J. H. COOK, Manager. Capital Stock 50,000.00 Choice Apple and Prune Lands Land and City Property Display of Agrglaularal product. 07 on paoll of any school $3.00 Display of agricultural product, any on room of any aobool Diploma. Diaplay of agricultural product, ny olob of any aobool 13.00. Baat gneral display of aobool work of any scbool room Diploma. Baat oompoaitlon on hlatory and raaooroaa of Malbanr aonnty, written by any pupil any school, special prise g...

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 February 1913

I ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED KVKKV THUHSDAY bitted in thf postoflice Ht Ontario, Orricon. f,.r timaBM6a tlironRhthe mail us net-ond-dan matter. BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON M. E. BAIN. Kdjtor and Proprietor One of the arguments used to influence voters to favor the ex tension of the suffrage to women was the uplifting influence the women would have on politics. Last week three hundred women teachers went to Salem and forced the legislature to give them life positions, the mem bers not daring to offend the womun vote. The Mexicans have been hav ing a lovely time for the past few weeks, plenty of good fighting. The Mexicans dearly love a fight and when they cannot get bulls to light they go at each other. As there are some fifteen million of them there is no im mediate danger of the supply running short. Brief News of the week Missouri, Iowa and Michigan legists tures passed bills for constitutions! amendments granting suffrage to wo- Tho police of 8t. Petersburg have prohibited the display of m...

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 February 1913

a Ontario Pharmacy Keep the Moths Away From your Furs with Our Moth Compound 25 Cents per Can Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks Local Items Idlei ullnr and dreasmakor. Mrs. EtU tope, in the Lamm house, or Inqnlri t Cope and Dunnuck Wntofi fouii-l owner can have name bf proving property and paying for thii notice. Wre nod Insulators have arrived for U Idabo-Oregon company to connect to Ntmh hranoh with the Ontario mbilation. 0. B. Eegleeton, who baa bean liv ing oo tbe bench eaat of bare for the put eight years baa aold out and will mov to Suroner, Nebraska, where be bi hirge pl"'e. W ' B ''' Det "'" will be back to tbe weal In a abort tlm. I 'mum ie working tor a creamery ind tbe i " fi" tbara are at preaeut bairilT interested In hoga and oblck- tni. N.vwi bin a obeeae faotory start - i, Ontnrln I promlecd a creamery ud Hi reports trow l'ayetta nod Wfiicr Indicate Unit those placea lira going a'tcr creamer iea. Tbera la pleoty of " ""n for obaeae and butter fortrlee at tbeaa aaveral pl...

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 February 1913

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Non-intervention Plan Adhered To But Precautions Are Taken EXPERT CURLERS OF TWO NATIONS COMPETE FOR VALUABLE in i can a mural iKUfHI AT ST. PAUL B0NSPIEL I; Washington. The war department ordered the mobilisation of tbe fifth brigade of the arm? at Galves ton for possible embarkation on tran aporu. The order Is the result of a onferenoe between President Taft ad Secretary of War Stlmson. Although It was emphasised that the government contemplated no bangs In its non-intervention policy, It was admitted that nearly 6000 troops would be held In Oalveston, in as of untoward developments. Despite assurances from various American consuls in Mexico that the governors of Mexican states are ra pidly declaring their loyalty to Pro visional President Huerta, Secretary of State Knox believes tbe present quiet In only the calm before a storm. Net Weight Bill Psssed. Plain labeling of food pnckiiRPR with the net weight and routents before they are sold to the publ...

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 February 1913

a JRE60N LAWMAKERS' WORK AS REVIEWED Ltl 8( Final Adjournment It Still Undecided Jl get.. '"- Mftnr vr - -H t. Retaliate en Senate !!!, fair ApprpH" peeaed jZm N Cempelted te Irv. a.taaA1 the JJTtt. flul week ef the leglslst- jTpU" whawtiBJsi 5 T, it dimeuit toUUjni IT tad ill'""" "' w,n ukm T, MiMtMilaa virtually JM NMktl (V ! legislature TJot lurtiio eesne tack J, m Prpeee eonslderlag r, Tui bin , p r.n,i. for the action of the gov-l-lad Mi private secretary la gCgaj themselves fro ths exec- rftt effleea. a--. West dropped oat of sight yurtH and reeslvd no bills from M legislative b,Jr U WM jl will receive none mad will not ap . at the iUU oapltol until after .7 legislature baa finally cleaned up Mil lhat OD lna ir" homes. Thla much became n from an authoritative source. Otvtrnor la CrltlCMCd. fftt "M severely criticised Batur U bT members of tha senate and isae, at "H " DT attachaa and am torts, whose aalartea hare boon held by bit failure to sign tna general gemprlstlpn bill. Tt...

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 February 1913

FRUITLAND ITEMS Several of Mrs Hunter'a nefebbore pleasantly surprised her Saturday teniiiH wheotnej drepped in to help bar celebrate bar birthday. The guest hv bar a beautiful berry epoon wbrob aha appreciates vary muoh Dainty refreshments were eervod after which tba gaeeta departed wishing bar many happy return of the day'. Mr. Huntington, who" bought Mr. Manser's farm laat fall, Is remodeling bla bona into a fine two atory home, j f Dr. Todd, tbe vloe president of tba Willamette unlrr.eity, addraasad tba Matbodlat congregation Monday morn In.. B. F. Tiiaalng la paoklog a narlond of apples. Ha aold 14 cars laat fall receiving 11.10 per box, t. o. b. Prnltlnod, for them. Tbe Method lt Laldea' Aid noodle enpper given In tbe Upwortb hall laat Friday evening m well attended. Red and white Imitation batobeta were given ae aoovenlra. Karl Cot ton and Mlaa Vallle Oolwell were draaaad in colonial atyle to repraaant Ueorge and Martha Washington. Music waa furnished by tbe Frultland orrbeet...

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 March 1913

a Mi tmh -MfflTTnT ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon (BniatU &rgft. The Ontario Armis leads in Prentijre, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow Wht The Produce from 15,000,000 :m-res is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVI ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913. NO. 10 WILSON'S VIEWS GIVEN JOMTION Inaugural Address of the New President. DEFINES PEOPLE'S DUTY. pint Obligation of Law I to Keep So eiety Sound by Sanitary and Pur Focd Statutaa and Measures Deter mining Conditions of Labor Taek Not Mfdy On of Politics. WnsliiiiKton. March 4. The Inaugural dilro"s of President Woodrow Wilson In nx follows: There has len n change of govern Dicni. It hegnn two .yenrs ago, when the home of representatives kMM npiii"rnitle by ii decisive BSjSrlt. It has BOW Immmi completed. Tin- senate about to assemble will also ha IHm crntlc The olllcea of president and Tire n-il'-nt have been put Into the ...

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 March 1913

II HEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO laportant Occurrences Of The Past Week From Cities In Our State FRUIT GROWERS ORGANIZE Aeeoclatlon Will Take In Grower In Three Adjoining State. Botees Artlclea of Incorporation re filed for what la declared to be a of the largest fruit combinations ta the country The organisation will be known aa the Idaho-Oregon Fruit Orowera' association and will Include unite of fruit men In four states, hiding Washington, Idaho, Oregon Montana. The organization will uae Spokane M a central diatiibutlng point, and xpects to have branchea In all the Important citlea of the east Each of the nine dlstrtcta repreaented In the aaaoctatlon la to have two representav tlTea at the central distribution point, who will look after their intereaU. The Spokane office will watch the astern markets and ship according to demand, and will prevent the flood ing of the markets In nny one place. The Idaho unit will constat, of south ern Idaho and Malheur county In Ore gon, and w...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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