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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 15 May 1913

a ev AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFER The Fruit Grower & Farmer Regular Subscription Price Kimball's Dairy Farmer Regular Subscription Price Poultry Culture Regular Subscription Price Woman's World Regular Subscription Price Ontario Argus $1.00 .50 .50 .50 1.00 $3.50 All Five Publications for only $X.50 A Saving of $2.00 SAVING TIME ky TELEPHONE rjnj- Means Not Only Time But Money Do you ever consider how long it takes to travel the distance from your house to the Doctor and Merchant andwhat timeyou save by Telephorirg? If your time is worth anything you cannot afford to be without a Telephone. Malheur Homelelephone Co. r tyv n jRHrTaf ONTARIO LIVERY Best Equipped Livery in the city. Headquarters for Stockmen. Horses Bought and Sold. A. McWILLIAMS, Proprietor. UNlTKDl'KBSBYrKKIAN CI1LKCI1 He. Kob't J. Davidson 1) U Put tor. Hervica ut 11 :00 m and 7 :.'0 pin Sahl ath achfiol at 10:00 a. m CATHOLIC I'HIKi II Mn-at h a M on 1-t ami Hrd Sunday otonoh month. On all other Sunday at It A M. H. A....

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. — 15 May 1913

ONI ARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED BVBKY THURSDAY Entered in the postofflce at OnUrio, Oregon, for transmission through the mail aa second -class matter. M. E. BAIN. Editor and Proprietor If consumers buy food cheap er farmers must sell cheaper. IsrrU that logic? Watertown (N. Y.) Standard. They evidently lost sight of the middleman, who frequently takes more than the farmer. James Mahon and wife came over from Anderson Valley Tuesday. He reports the lamb ing season about over and prep aration being made for shear ing. The weather has caused some loss to the sheepmen, the increase in lambs not being as high as in former years. Burns Herald. To stimulate interest in grow ing corn in this state, the Ore gon Agricultural college offers ten prizes for the best ears of corn grown by boys and shown at the State fair. Entries must be made not later than Septem ber 22. ONTARIO LOSES ANOTHER ONE When Ontario lott the third sue, oesslve Knni of the season at Welter last Sunday, there was weeping and wa...

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. — 15 May 1913

a Ontario Pharmacy Keep the Moths Away From your Furs with Our Mah Compound 25 Cents per Can Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks Local News HoMI-llflinv im,l Mm ,,.). I.:U . . - . - . . - t .-II- 1)1,111 I I l I I - r friiin vou if interested. , . 1, ... .. ards, by Reverend Johns. They 0 1 . ill ty Company, near ,, , , , Local Items j K. Blnckaby was called to por"tln(l Wednesday on busi. ine'9- jrs. .lack Landis is home , - ,.i... i..... i from I'01-' i WIJCI c " uno wewii visiting relatives. H. H. Marsden . arrived here ... .. nrj j !il Iroin .MHiiitsoiH uuuesuay wun car of household goods and itock. He purchased one of the Advancement tracts last fall and Born 00 Monday to Mr. and U(r8. William Plughoff, a ion. The Omaha Dye Works has opened n branch in one of the room!1 norm ui we vurwr nuuse. Mrs. W. II. Brooke has gone to the Dalles to visit with her Irelatives. Bishop Wiley of Baker wbb here Monday. Mrs. Charles Knouse, who was riiiting tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. I 0. Franklin, l...

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. — 15 May 1913

44 Millinery Clearance All early pattern and small hats are now offered at greatly reduced prices. The large shapes are now be ing received and you are in vited to call to inspect. GROVE & RILEY, Props. Butter Wrappers Must Be Printed We are printing more wrappers than any other two offices in this section. There is a reason. We have the machinery, type and workmen necessary and we take the same care with Butter wrappers that we do with wedding invitations. Take your next order of Arollc Offir-A Butter Wrappers to the AigUk Unite Doubly Glad is the Man Who Smokes ifmuhe, 8uM Clad to smoke this pure old Virginia and North Carolina bright leaf- with its natural tobacco taste. Aged and stemmed and then granulated. Tucks quickly in the pipe rolls easily into a cigarette. With each sack a book of cigarette papers And smokers are glad to get the -J ent coupons enclosed in each c sack. Ihfse coupons good for a great variety of pleasing articles - cameras, talking machines, balls, afc t...

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. — 15 May 1913

e The Ontario National Bank United States Depository State of Oregon Depository IS Our Bank 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 Per Cent Net on Time CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT B. S. COOK 4 COMPANY (INCORPORATED) J. H. COOK, Manager. Capital Stock 50,000.00 Choice Apple and Prune Lands Land and City Property A Money Saver Is What the People Call Farley's Furniture Sale This is a forced sale to raise money and prices have been made so low that you can save money by buying now. W s'uiv and see the stock and prices. In the New Store Room J. H. Farley Furniture Co. Vale 01150. Burnt 04008. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the tnterior, U. 8. Land Office nt Vile, Oregon, April 28th, 1013. Notloe la berehr glveo that Chat I. Cnrter, of Ontario, Oicann, who on December 13tb.l900,...

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. — 15 May 1913

t tooo oo-- MAKING THE LITTLE FARM PAY Ooo ooo--- By C C BOWSFIELD . WHEN a man or woman has dev elded to own a little farm there are a few mi I lent points that need careful con sideration. These are cost, improve ments, nearness to town, transporta tion facilities and neighborhood. The Investment mny not be of first impor tance. With tunny persons the tone of the neighborhood would bo considered first, and rijjjitly so. The inMtteT of location hns to be care fully ( -onsidered ly any one who pro pones to continue tty employment. In audi case the land will cost about $200 an acre. This would be the average price for a twenty acre tract thirty to forty miles from a large city. If farming Is to be the sole vocation a person can afford to go to the more inland sections, where land is obtain able at from $50 to $100 an acre. In no case la It wise to go more than three or four miles from a good railway town. A fair estimate of the necessary Investment is as follows: Twenty sere of land ...

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. — 22 May 1913

Hay gFM" ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon t nfenrio vm. Ontario Argus lejdnin Presnire, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us jrrow Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. i i VOLUME XVI ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 22. 1913. NO. 21 ll The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year UST OF TEACHERS FOR CONING TERN What will Become of Retir ing Touchers and Some thinf? About New Ones Superintendent Bailey is Retained. ONTARIO TO HAVE COLD STORAGE AND ICE PLANT AT ONCE. MM W. ECIIMT WW HIS 1MB The srhool year cloned last week m mw tbe "' aattarhi Udouk the tcacbera. The director ! nTHNuml for t!ie following for not ru"i rrce: Mr. Ilslloy will have chiuge of the rh.u.l. the dlreotora being well peM,,,l ith the reaiilte he obtained A. A. IUII. wh " principal of tbt IiIkI' school lwt year, hue taken a poaition with the atate flam warden it 1. 1 .it fur tbla rtletrtc.t and wll probably he here much of the time D. C. Petr...

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. — 22 May 1913

1 I I i TiMBERMAN UNMGVLu Lumbtr Tariff Removal No Cause for Worry, Saya Weyerhaoueer. 8pokane, Wash. In an Interview at Sand Point, Idaho, Charlea A. Weyer haeuser, member of the world's great est family of lumbermen, declared that t the removal of tariff on lumber would have little or no effect on the Industry In the United State. "I can see no reason why the lum bermrn of the United 8Utes cannot ally adjust themselves to the remov al of tariff without any apparent ef fort," stated Mr. Weyerhaeuser. "The tariff, ns it stands, Is so low that the removal will not seriously affect thr Industry. We are not worrying." Australian Beef Cuta Living Coat. San Franciaco A nation-wide fight on the beef trust through the impor tatlon of Australian beef, which has lowered the price of meats here from tO to 26 per cent, is believed a cer tainty. The first big shipment from the south seas, 200 tons, which arrived here, immediately found Ha way Into nearly 200 butchershops. The foreign beef has 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. — 22 May 1913

J AN 1 EXCEPTIONAL OFFER The Fruit Grower & Farmer Regular Subscription Price Kimball's Dairy Farmer Regular Subscription Price Poultry Culture Regular Subscription Price Woman's World Regular Subscription Price Vegetable Grower Regular Subscription Price Ontario Argus $1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 $4.00 KEEPING THE HORSE IN GOOD HEALTH In coring for the horse it la Impor l.'int that food, tight nud rentllntlon re cetve 1ue consideration, says the lows Homestead. The Drat thing will be the watering The water from a good well Is all right if the water Is pur and situated In a place that keeps It so. Water la a source which contributes to disease by carrying tbe disease exciting organisms such as fungi. Diseases such as stran gles and distemper are often carried through water. The wells should be sixty feet or deeper and the area sur rounding them free from any low places or manure drains. Impure water la rery dangerous to stock, and so Is running water where sewers emp ty Into It Ba...

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. — 22 May 1913

1A. U1N 1 AKIO AKG U S I M,M " CaHwe" " ".m. thi. weea 10 Boise lit the Klnaey home. L. B. Manktoann entertained nMt Sunday at dinner the Mlatea Weateott, Crowthar. Robinson. Tnlbot. Rowana Rnbinion, and Steelman. PUBLISHED EVEKY THUK8DAT Entered in the postofHce at Ontario, Orr-jron, for tranmnissioa tltronghthe mails an second-class matter. M. E. BAIN. Editor and Proprietor FRUITLAND ITEMS Tho high aohool faculty andtetiiora were entertained by tho Chrtitlan Bodeavor aooiety laat Friday evening at tbo Epworth hall. Tho different rooms were beautifully deoorated with the olasa oolora, rajje and plants. During tho evening a claaa prophecy wna read to tho great amusement of all. Dninty refreshments wero aerved juet before the jolly crowd departed. G. N. Hill is. piite ill with pleurisy. Mlaa Florence Anderson vlalted ' Miae Jeppson. of Enmett, from Friday until Monday. Mr. Huntington and family recently moved into their new house. He bought the Mnnier place, north of Pleasant View sc...

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. — 22 May 1913

& Ontario Pharmacy Keep the Moths Away From your Furs with Our Moth Compound 25 Cents per Can Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks Local Items Dr. and Mrs. Pogue are in Hidford ttttndiag the mmiI meeting of the Odd Fellows and Kebeknhs. The Mothers Cluh met nt the home of Mrs. Wood on Monday. A paper wns read hy Mrs. New ton on the physical training of the child, which was very in itructive and very interesting. At club has fifteen members. Leslie J. Aker accompanied the bridal party, Murray Morton and wife, to Portland, as best man. Mis- Mary Harvey, who ha been with Mrs. Grove for sev eral months, left for Twin Falls, her former home, Tuesday. Mrs. MrWilliams, nee Hattie (ilenn. of Bowman, California, is visiting Ontario friends for a ihort time. Spring Farm Pontine Lass, a cow owned by F. M. Jones, of Clinton, has hroken tho world's butter record. The previous re cord was a fraction over 28H pounds in 60 days, and the world ln'iiting cow lias exceeded this ly 20 pounds, having 308 ...

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. — 22 May 1913

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Democrats Grant Concessions Regarding Publicity of Tariff Hearings. Washington. Announcement by Chairman Simmons, of the financo ommtttee, that sub-committees cou riering the various schedules of the Underwood tariff bill had determine) to grant more time to protesting man ufacturers than at flrat was Intended, aroused 'Considerable Interest at the apltol. 4 Although the effort of senate Repub licans to force pablic hearings was do faated by a vote of 36 to 41, the min ority leaders see In the changed ta tics of the Democrats a concession which they assert resulted from the denunciation of secret consideration of the bill. Two Democrats, Senators Ransdell and Thornton, of Louisiana, Toted for the Republican amendment. Senator Poindexter, of Washington, Progres sive, voted with the majority. Sena tor Jones, of Washington, Republican. Who prevloUHly had determined to vote gainst public henrlngs, announce Just before the rolk-uil that he had changed his t...

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. — 22 May 1913

Q The Ontario National Bank United States Depository State of Oregon Depository IS Our Bank 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 g lVr Ont Net on Time CERTIFICATES ( D1EPOSIT R. S. COOK 4 COMPANY (INCORPORATED) J. H. COOK, Manager. Capital Stock 50,000.00 Choice Apple and Prune Lands Land and City Property A Money Saver Is What the People Call Farley's Furniture Sale This is a forced sale 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. L UNDERMUSLINS For June Brides at May Prices The famous line of SPHINX Muslin Underwear now has a place in our stock. It is the most sightly line of embroid ered muslin underwear we have seen and the prices will surprise ...

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. — 22 May 1913

I t Excursion The First Over the New Line West of Vale WILL BE RUN Friday May 30 FROM ONTARIO to TUNNEL No. 1, Fare for Round Trip from Ontario to Vale 65c From Vale to Tunnel $1.50 Train will leave Ontario at 7 a. m. Arrive at Tunnel at 10:15. Return ing, leave Tunnel 5 p. m., reaching Ontario at 8 p. m. Go prepared for Trout Fish ing and a Picnic in the Orchard. The Tunnel is about completed and you will have an opportunity of seeing it in the rough. HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI GIVE SIX O'CLOCK BREAKFAST Ontario High Sohool Alumni gave n six o'clook breakfast to the gradua tion olaaa ami the teachers on Satnr dajr morning in the room formerly occupied by the Annex oafe. There were fortf present, even at that hour. Chet Leakey acted a toantmaater and talka were made by Prof. Bailey, A. A. Hall und Leona Under, the olaaa preeident. It waa a very enjoyable afTnlr.the young ladiea having obarga receiving many pleasant worda for their work. ARE DRILLING FOR ARTESIAN WATER ON DEARMOND RANCH Dick...

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. — 29 May 1913

rT ONTARIO-The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of Eastern Oregon (Btftnvio &vgn& e Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula m The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year - tion, nauii "" Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. irjtUME XVI ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1913. NO. 22 ONTARIO CREAMERY MAKING REPUTATION for Quality of Butter Being Turned Out Ice Cream footer Here Soon. TIP Ontario Cremuery ha made I petition for the flutter they turn .. , I I,. tve the highest price tut ill iflMtana mri 1'nrtiand, where thay i shipping ovar taoueaaci pound s.w ml ucw niistmiicra are Lnertnl "i" tint of the month nii'l r'it "it will Iip materially In .,,1 aw He yjaaanri will hita a bow It. -m frtivr i i iMf mI I,m next week unl I n - - - L.i i thi'ii t . hi shape to turn nut t.,. 1 1 1 in for the traile. (Vltli mi unlimited market here fur i l.i (hI the farmer can pro Lr flinB is tin excuse for tint keep Inn m oft 1'iwN...

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. — 29 May 1913

The Greatest of All Contests $2,250 in Prizes for the People of Ontario and Surrounding Country. A magnificent, five-passenger Model F. P. '13 Mclutyre tour ing car heuds the list of prizes. With this issue of the Argus, then, is inaugurated an under taking which for generosity, enterprise and a whole-souled desire to meet our thousands of friends and customers more than half way has never heen surpassed in this section of the country. Conceived in an atmos phere of higness, planned on a generous scale, aptly descrilx II the joint contest of the Argus, Ontario Hardware company, Ontario Furniture company, Rermele Drag company ond Newton Shoe store, herewith announced. There will ulso he other lesser prizes given certain candidates as announced in later issues of the Argus. thk ran ram The first prize is well de scribed in the full puge adver tisement in this issue. The Mel nt v re is a car which anyone might well ho proud of. "Built for Service," is the phrase which most neurly cover...

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. — 29 May 1913

l f AN I EXCEPTIONAL OFFER BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON The Fruit Grower & Farmer Regular Subscription Price Kimball's Dairy Farmer Regular Subscription Price Standard & Poultry World Regular Subscription Price Woman's World Regular Subscription Price Vegetable Grower Regular Subscription Price Ontario Argus $1.00 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 $4.00 All Six Publications for only $1,50 A Saving of $2.50 SAVING TIME ky TELEPHONE Tt tf" '. rT , ,-' LaPTV Birs-S I MP v rr f ' l i na - Hi ! Jf i '"' J h :8L i . lLi - ? ' 1 I at y9. - r r J Means Not Only Time But Money. Do V(H! i'V or onnaiHar Knur limir it f iikt'S t(i travel the ilist.llir' torn your house to the Doctor and Merchant and what time you saw by teleDhoninsr? If your time is worth anything, you 'wnot art'urd to be without a Telephone. Malheur Home TelephoneCo. UNITED PRBHBYTJCRI AN CHURCH Ke. Rob't J. Oasldsou D U Pas- tor. Servloea itlliOOim and 7 :30 ( hi .-mi I, Intl. school at 10:00a. m CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass at 8 A M on 1st ami 8...

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. — 29 May 1913

ONI ARIO ARGUS PUBI,iSH KI) KVKKY THURSDAY Entered in the pottoftn at Ontario, Oregon, for transmission through the nails hh second -Ha? matter. M. E. BAIN. Editor and Proprietor A story in the Statesman of the 21st, relates how n man from LaG ramie was robbed by a land locator. No names are tatiOfied, which is certainly unfair to all honest locators. A prill fighter dropped dead in a ring last week and the pport is heing condemned as brutal. A death from football or any other sport is all right, because they are more frequent, probably. One gets so accustomed to the criticisms of the people who know more about running the government than congress, more about the city should be ruled than the mayor, more about how to conduct a lirst class hotel and regulato the bar than the hotel and so on through the whole game of life, that when a favor able comment is made it is so wholesome and different that we are all compelled to sit up and take notice. Mr. Zimmerman handed us a letter a few ...

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. — 29 May 1913

U- Ontario Pharmacy Special this Week Floating Castile Soap 24b. Bar 35c Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks Local Items LOCAL ITEMS Local News r Mr. ind Mrs. R. V. Ecklmrdt fffr' pSIMBftfl t Vftle Monday. Po-tinnster Sproule is home from Hot Lake aud is feeling quite I'ort for a young fellow. ,. ityl another week of mend jng and hi will be tit again. Mrs. Tonningsen is home from Pendleton, where she tauglit school the past year. She wjl spend the summer here. Mrs I. W. McCulloch return- ed Monday from a trip to Spok Agent Drnne was a visitor to Boise on Sunday. William Isaacs, the Succor creek rancher and stockman, was an over Sunday visitor here. A trial is being held in Michi gan to determine how drunk Roosevelt gets. Therejdoes not seem to be any question about nis drinking, merely one of effect. Miss Leah Henson visited her mother at Weiser over Sun- am', -tapping over at l'endleton I T Miss Pauline Billingsley at tended a party at Weiser to visit friends. ('. M. Stearns has returne...

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. — 29 May 1913

1 FREE ftnll This Fully Equipped $1650 McIHTTEE SELF STARTING Cut Out Cranking Inside Control Easy to Drive Five Passenger Touring Car Model FP 12 Most Up-to-date Car in America teatf TTiese Specifications 6m a:i..i i lull i;.w earance rT'T. ";: .!! :.".: V UOOT UUU' WHH goiiuuiD luniu- er trimmings. All filling of genuine hair, hand stuffed over high grade resilent springs. Visible parts of best enamel and nickel plate. A big genuine car with ample leg and luggage room for the whole family, and a long 114 inch wheel base to assure easy riding. Extra large radiator to guard against over heating. Clutch Mu,til)1 Di8k DriVP Nickle steel shaft through housing UriVe ensuring ample lubrication. a Front, drop forged I Beam section AXieS Rear Semi-Floating; Roller Hearing throughout. WU 1 n.,Cn 114 inch, just long enough to TV neei tae il)gure ea8y riding and not too long for easy handling in narrow streets and roads. plf turfpr Mclntyre Ptltnt Forced charge of correctly mixed air aud gaso...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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