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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 August 1913

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLiHHKI) KVKHY THUKSIMY Entfred in the fOtMUm t OntHrio Owifon, for IIMmiMloa tlironjfh the mailH rh Meond-olaM matter. M. B. BAIN. Publisher. The case with which you can make noinu one else believe I thing iH measured hy the sin cerity of your own helicf in it. The frank discussion now be ing carried on in the Mexican press as to who will succeed Ilucrta when lie has been assas sinated must he a trifle hard on that noisy person's nerves. Advertising is such an art, that many people actually buy periodicals as much for the ad vertisements as for the reading matter. If your advertisements do not attract more attention than the other news in the pa you are not getting the full value. The clover seed industry at I'm ma-l(os a II -Wilder is grow ing into large proportions, their being a I mi IJJ60 acres here in tdover seed. II. 0. Ilahlridgc of Carina estimates the ship ment this season of clnwr seed from llitt territory named will bo no less thitn 'JO carloads, for whic...

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. — 28 August 1913

Ontario Pharmacy Special this Week Floating Castile Soap 24b. Bar 35c Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks n ) LOCAL NEWS W. F. Homon returned from his vacation at Starkey Mon day. Everett Mendenhall went to Ny8a Monday where he will go to work. Frank Brittenham left for a trip to Weiser Monday C. H. Oxman left forhis home in Jamieson Monday. For school books, Everhart, the druggist. Miss Ruth Test was in Vale on a visit to relatives Sunday. Mrs. F. O'Connor was in Vale Sunday on a visit. H. H. Ruth, of Eugene, arriv ed Sunday to prove up on his homestead. Mrs. Henrietta Payne came back from a visit to Sterling and Denver, Colorado Sunday. L Adam was a Nyssa busi ness visitor Monday. Mrs. George Oram and daughters, Margaret and Doro thy were Nam pa visitors Mon day. For school tablets and pencils go to Everhart, the druggist. O. S. Smith and sons, David Virgil, returned Friday from a horse buying trip in the Juu tura region. Mrs. Higgs and daughter, Rena, of Rowling Green, Mo. re turned t...

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. — 28 August 1913

Malheur County Fair September 16, 17, Something Doing All the Time-From Start to Finish The Greatest Agricultural Exhibition Ever held in Eastern Oregon I (Kill Mdrkct Kt'port. 'nrreoled .Inly, III, for the beuellt o( Argus rwHili'in by the Malheur Mer' i.i mi. Ooaptsv. Kv, per 1 1 1 1 -1 1 I Tio, th.tter, ir pound, Nib iits, xr liiiiMlri.il. II, M Wheal, per hundred, fl.llO. U s v . pel Inn, "' p i'mIii,'.. r 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I , M ( 'i, 'u ., per bundled. I &0 A.ilt-M, par Imix. ILOOi i" l - Till ki'iii, iliessed, p( inilllil, I Hi' r'.iik. Ii.-sm.it, '.I to Inn. I'm k. Inn, 7 to 7 lg i". Veal I Id lib it., f II.' In I 'J. llNH (Hi the Job If )llll llSVe H j.ill of hauling )'iill wiiii. done, large or siiihII, you nan alwavs .Impend .in Joint l,sn.l niglisui being irad) till )ii. 'sll I' i in Ml Id Mi'iiif II i,'l s)s If tt want priding of IM I i-last. you get 'i l tho Argua offlco tho Prios m right t ITIOPRI - B. rUI IN I hi HON Kl I, I. I I DaVldsOI. l II I'l. . . . ,111 00...

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. — 28 August 1913

NEWS FROM OUR ' NATIONAL CAPITAL President Outlines Mexican Policy to House and Sen ate Committees. Washington. The policy of tho United States was outlined to the members of two congressional com mittees of foreign relations at a con ference at the white house by Presi dent Wilson and Secretary Bryan. The message prepared by the presi dent on the Mexican situation recelr sd practically universal support. The course of this government will be one of non-interference. In the hope that the effect of Its present efforts and the pressure of foreign governments will constitute a moral suasion that ultimately will bring about peace In Mexico. The message makes It plain that there will be no lifting of the em bargo on arms; that no faction or government In Mexico will be allowed to receive munitions of war from the United States. If necessary the pres ident proposes to Increase the Ameri can border patrol to enforce this policy. It Is a message of friendship, not hostility, and precedes a ...

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. — 28 August 1913

Past Week Sees New Energy V. W. MARSDEN TAKES SECOND PLACE OVER MR. MANSKER Miss Maude Walters Wins the Prize This Week. Tht popularity contest for .Frank Van Patten the possession of the line auto- Mrs. (). .. Olson mobile now drawing to a iIom S.0, Mh,1,Iox, under the joint auspK N ol these butinOM firms and the Argus is creating no end of inli'ii-t. The haetllng for new mbteritN tn for tin' Arns in order to so- eure 1000 votes at one orai k, hihI the Belling ni general iner- liniidise tine hills on these Florence O'Conor ITYMA. fJeorjia Dennis Gertrude Founds i-iiiMTi.wn. A 0 M:iiietrian Velvn 'irilnes Emma Jobnioo lllr.i V.. I I Iiiumis taking the OOntattatltl . i)( i into the Mnall towns and vei v- MariOD RoblOtOB M In re it might be poeeible In -- Stella Harris eure votes for the automobile. x UK Theballotiog Huh week die f ra. J. P. Hooaton ee some rarprieiog jumpe lira 1. Dell . ni n 'all the old adaife, "The. OWYNI battle i i. ni to the swiit end Um Anna Robartaon strung, b...

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 September 1913

EASTERN OREGON rThe Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of: ONTARIO: (fMari 'beam m The Produce from 15,000.000 acres is marketed from On tario each year The Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVI TRAIN SERVICE ON THE II Now Open As Far As the Ferry Both Freight and Passenger Traffic Now in Vogue on the Recent Extension of Idaho Northern. Train service U now open on the Idaho Northern to Smith Ferry nod the offlolali bops to have the line oIom to the lakes before the winter eta Id. The eurvayors oo the line north from Wiunemuocn are working be tween Jordiin Valley and the Snake river and It looks like they will oroea the rlvsr above Homednls several niilee, no through Nampa and on to Boise, bat this can only be determined when all the routea have bean investi gated, It being quite a problem to gat across the Snake river valley. The n Img of lbs reports of the Pittsburg and (Jllmors ro...

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 September 1913

loo nrres of fine sn(je brush land, l'p rirh sandy soil, first class water right. " miles from OntHrin. Price $50. per acre. Terms Riven with low rate of interest or would trade for stock or other property. Must be disponed of soon, as I am entailed in other business. Postoffice Box 94 Ontario, Oregon ONTARIO LAUNDRY Leave Bundles at Any Hotel or Barber Shop Prompt Attention Given All Ordera. Ul U ONTARIO LIVERY Best Equipped Livery in the city. Headquarters for Stockmen. Ilormn Bought and Sold. A. McWILUAMS, Proprietor. FRUITLAND HEMS i'rnncis I Ionian was taken tq Boise Friday morning to have his tonsils tnd a growth in hi nose removed. The operation proved a success and he return ed the following evening. C. E. JInrvev, wife and chil dren started Thursday for a two months visit with relatives in Bonne Terre, Missouri. Miss Esther Thomas who has hcen visiting at the S. Thomas home will leave this week for her home in Dillon, Montana. Mrs. H. B. Robinson is enjoy- Born A daughter 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. — 4 September 1913

Rosebush Eighty Year Old. Mnryviii.-. Mo. A rosebush that baa IWn In one family for eighty years la owned by A. Souers of thla city. The orlarf tinl sprout wua4irnuirht from Penn ylvanla tn Ohio by Boner's grand mother. Then the family moved to Inrllnnn. nnd the old rosebush wrtit long Mra. Souera recently went on a visit to Indiana nnd while there got a sprout on the buah and brought It home The buah here la thriving and baa reached a height of ten feet. Llfa'a Stag. Patience Do you believe thla llfa'a a atagaT Patrice Sure, nnd all the women want to be leading ladles. Tonkera Statesman. The man of bralna aeea difficulties, anrmounta or nvolda them. The fool knowa no dlfflcultlea. La Rruysra, No Fancy Shaves For Him. The wenther waa warm, and Pat de cided to aha vi' on the buck porch. Mra. Ciihv.v. iii-m. the whv. observed thla "Pat." she nllwl. nhure an' Ol ace ye air htivln' iHttiMoV." 'Hegorra." lie rtiiiiiiled. "nnd did ya think Ol waa fur lined '"-Judge Oeing tha Limit. .Tones...

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. — 4 September 1913

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY EntiTKl in tbit poatofflc" at Ontario Orient!, for transmisaioa through the mmlH am ( -ntvl cIukh matter. M. I BAIN. Puhlisher. The enterprising citizens of Ontario, wlto entertain good wiahes for the advancement of the fair should not forget thnt the management are workiug overtime without any financial compensation. Not a single man to date is on the pay roll. Their work hoing altogether a good-will offering. Those who can spare the time should offer their services. All kinds of help will lie needed from now on and everyone should put their shoulder to the wheel and help make this the hmnper show of the ecason. Anyone that ha a little time to donate should report to Harry H. (Jrauel, the Heeretary. Oregon product spell puis perity this year for they were never wortii so mm It money as the present season. It is esti mated that the grand total for the state this year will he 'Jl. 179,000, more than tO,OOO,OO0 in excess of the returns of last ye...

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. — 4 September 1913

Ontario Pharmacy Special this Week Floating Castile Soap 24b. Bar 35c Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks ' LOCAL NEWS At the meeting of the Owyhee Ditch stockholders this week, officers were elected and a reso lutio passed making all cultivat ed lands pay equally for the use of water. Mr. Bear has a string of race horses here from Drewsey. He attended the races at Jordan Valley and got in the money. Miss Leona Rader has return ed from a trip to Portland and the coast Mr. and Mrs. Plin Case and children were here this week from the Big Bend section. They made a trip around the valley to get acquainted with conditions. John Brosnan, of this city, and Miss Verna ('line, formerly from here but now of Portland were married in Baker Tuesday. Mrs. Brosnan has many old and new friends here and the young couple will make this their home. Robert Maddux returned from a three months visit in Port land on Wednesday. Oeorge Bender returned from a visit to his parents at Cairo on Wednesday. T. A. Hurt...

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. — 4 September 1913

4th Annual Malheur County Fair t September 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 1913 BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON Something Doing All the Time-From Start to Finish The Greatest Agricultural Exhibition Ever held in Eastern Oregon Willamette hopgrowers announce that the recent rain killed the little red spiders which do great damage to the cropa. Portland la to hare a milk ahow, September 22 to 27. Its prime ob Jecta will be to demonatrate the great food value of milk and the dangers of unaanltary dairying. In lieu of her flrat two puppies, which died a few days after they were whelped, two orphan klttena hare been adopted by a fox terrier belonging to a liveryman of Salem. The $10 round trip rate from Ban Franoleco, 8acramento and point north to Klamath Falla will be on aale September 12 and 13 and will be good for return within two weeka. Well-known bualneaa men and farm era slept on cota In the atreet In front of the Hound-up ticket office at Peu ilii'tnti. la order to be the flrat to pur chaan tleketa when...

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. — 4 September 1913

I MIKE REILEY'S I : MJNfcKAL 2 Showing That a Mistake May Breed Mistakes I I By OSCAR COX The inrldont of thin story vni a re cent occurrence. This Is ment limed beforrhnnil tipcnusp there nre cnrplug rrlth-s who would nn.v after rending It thnt tlie plnn wns farfetched; ttint such happening! nre only to be found In stories mid there Is nothing probable In It. Mike Hi'llev, n young mnsnn, started nut to work on a bright morning, light hearted, for by the end of th week, when pit Id off. In- would hnve the IVK) that In- hn.l rrsohri) to snve before uiarrylnu Nora OTimle. the girl he IovimI mid who loved hint better thsn all tlie world. The bin ills had been published. Mid everything was tielng made ready for the weildlng, which .Fs to occur in Just ten days from that date. I Mike said "So long" to his mother, who was n widow, and to his sister, Kathli'cii, who worked In n paper, mill, and then walked briskly along till be en nic to the house where Nora lived .mil where he expei ted t...

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. — 4 September 1913

Time For Hard Work Is Now at Hand We are Showing HELPFUI MR FOR HOUSEWIVES Fall Models Utensil For Cooking Pre serves In Jars. V. W. MARSDEN TAKES THE LEAD Miss Gretchen Hailey Wins the Prize This Week. In hundreds of families in hit. Notion of the country 1 1 n Mclntvre MtOOlobilo contest is the obootbing topic of conver sation these doyt The oloOt of the rare is a short four months away and the contestants and tlieir friends are certainly making every minute Of this time GOOD! Aslhe end of the race draws oloiOff the val ue and lesirahilily of the Mc J n tyre seem 10 inOfOOH In pfO pOftiOO! As we In-ard ODI ex cited candidate say the other day, "My. that automohile due look immi.I I'm HO all. ud I won't win " That nl has hii excellent cliatico of winning. We know that slie has OfOO working regularly and is doing it now. She stands well up in the race and ahove all she is fetid she will not win. This very four of hers is li ahie to prove her Htrongost as set. There is nothing like a...

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. — 11 September 1913

NTARIO: The Pivotal Point of the Great Interior of: EASTERN OREGON (bntoafo fl,e Ontario Argus ujdnin Prestige, ii. arrit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. kUME XVI ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1913. NO. 37 m aratt.. The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year i It'si 4,'Oiflir strnnd nMdf klfjila IN lui t'lnv otopt )anv IEXICAN OFFICER GATES OF MALHEUR COUNTY FAIR TO BE THROWN OPEN TUESDAY WILL R. KING HERE KILLED ON BRIDGE lieutenant Acosta Opens Fire on American Officers, Who Return Fire. H Pbbo. Hefore Lieutenant Acosta, officer In General Hulnzar's Keder ooniiiwmil at .Inure., croMed the jiton ntr.-ff international bridge he irk'l thut he wai "going to kill grlDgo He was Killed Dy United ,ifi Customs Inspector T. F. Jonah d immigration inspector Thomai n. frin, utter he had opened fire on IB wnn rum un me American , of the liiierniiilniuil boundary. H ess shot through the mouth and b. a...

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. — 11 September 1913

SAVING TIME ky TELEPHONE 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 and what time you save by telephoning? If your time is worth anything, you cannot afford to be without a Telephone. Malheur Home Telephone Co. THE Frantz Premier Electric Suction Cleaner THE - One you can and will use in your daily house work. Large Capacity in a Small Machine Costs But $37.50 Complete with all its Parts Idaho-Oregon Light & Power COMPANY Ontario, Oregon Rainier $eer The Beer of Quality We have it in pints, quarts and barrels, wholesale and retail. Also serve it over the bar. GODDARD'S The Quality Beer The Ontario National Bank United States Depository State of Oregon Depository IS Our Bank IWlfBauk? If noli we oofdially invite you i make our liank fjour hank. We have the usual Safeguard! of l'iiv Proof Vault, Burglar Proof Safe, Bonded employee!, and do buaiuoM in conservative manner. -:- -:- -:- -:- Gd...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 11 September 1913

NEWS FROM OUR Dr. W. G. Howe IN THE WORLD OF SPORT LINK'S MODERN BUSINESS COLLEGE Idaho's Largest, Best Equipped, Most Success- ful Business Training School DENTIST Telephone No. 7S2 National Bank BIdg. NATIONAL CAPITAL Democratic Leaders Apparent ly Agreed on Ambitious Legislative Plans. Washington. The program of anti trust and currency legislation that Charley Herzog, Able Bats man and Infielder. DRS. PRINZING & WEESE tTLE, Ontario, Oregon Office in New Wilson Block. C. C. 60LDSBERRY DENTIST Gas with Extractions Office Lgnf. No. llW I in Wilson Block f M,i ulloch R W Eckhardt M.CULLOCH & ECKHARDT LAWYERS Rooms l-2-.I.First Nafl Bank Bid Ontario, Oregon OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS pK II l( 1(1 1- If NKAIIS . I'M UBB HKAHH BBBstSS American School of Os- Ifopiit hv. Kirksville, Mo. Wilson Block lelephone. 154 Blk H. H. WHITNEY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office In I. O. 0. F. BIdg., IOttario, - . - Oregon transfer. Baqgacje and Express Meet All Trains JOHN LANDINGHAM C. McGONAGILl ATTO...

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. — 11 September 1913

D. T. MANSKER TAKES LEAD IN AUTO CONTEST TONE! We Must Make Room In Our Shirt Department And will sacrifice our entire shirt stock For 10 Days Regular $1.00 Shirts at 75c Regular $1.25 Shirts at $1.00 Regular $1.50 Shirts at $1.20 Regular $2.25 Shirts at $1.85 Regular $3.00 Shirts at $2.45 This is a chance to get your year's supply of shirts at a wonderful bargain. Call snd See Our Stock. Malheur Mercantile Go. Euery foot is odd, but we can fit it. REMEMBER! Uemcmhei tlit stock Milf which h to hi- hi'hl tlu last day of the fair noil Iihvi- your vtock ready. NEWTON'S Exclusive Shoe Store Everything for the Feet . i PHr 'i.iZj . & HjmM hhh : v iv .i JJU L4Jr yj See our new styles for fall. You will find our prices right and the merchandise the best. 7leAvJorn P. (). Block, Ontario, Oregon After you put your next meal on the table just sit down and consider the layout for a mom ent. Ask yourself earnestly, "Have I got the greatest value for the money expended on this ratal?'1 If yo...

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. — 11 September 1913

OntSioPhannacy Special this Week Floating Castile Soap 24b. Bar 35c Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks it LOCAL NEWS I The prune pickers in the Miles Cannon orchard were laid off u few days on account of the prunes being too green to pick. H. W. Withycombhas return ed from an extended trip to the const points. He visited his home in Corvallis and was in the mountains with the deer lor n short time. Ms Margaret Dunbar has a position in the Vale schools for ibis term und left for that place Tuesday. The schools are closed for a lew (Inys and the teachers are at the instituto being held at the county seat. Charley Cronin returned the first of the week from Crowley where he has been working the past summer, lie will attend school after the fair. waaaaaj LOCAL NEWS LOCAL NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS A.. II , . " ' P,,e ariver nn n- Frank Davis and daughters, crete inuer were taken to the Loda and Mrs. H. II. Williams, .... U.1H1B new railroad work were business viaitnr. in Vl over Tuesday....

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. — 11 September 1913

I I w ! j To trade for n Ford auto, a large team, wagon and harness. Ontario Laundry. A suit case was lost between the John Weaver ranch and On tario. Please return to this office. :V i fh i Farm Loans On Improved Property At current rated. Any amount. For '.it iii'ht term or with In stallment privilege. Thomas W. Cla&ett Ontario - - Oregon Notice of Meeting of the Board of Fqualiatlon for Dead Ox flat Ir rigation District. KLAMATH HOPES REVIVED Vlalt Of Newell Expected to lUault In New Work Being Undertaken. Klamath Falls. The coming vlalt of Director Newell of the reclamation nervine la expected to remit In much good to the Klamath country. Originally $4,000,000 wore appropri ated for this project, but a consider able portion of thin wan given to other project!, on the representations of the senate committee on Irrigation. Sen ator Carter, of Montana, was chair man of that committee, and at a hear ing held here so many complnlnts were made of the work btlng done that the commi...

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. — 11 September 1913

ROUND THE WORLD NEMiii INTEREST IN IDAHO It Louis hotels now employ only Drttro "niters. Reiiti In HotttkOBf Imve ndvniieerl y, pen'ont tince the Chinese revolution. Sew Orlenns refuses to employ mur fled women im public school teachers. puluth hns put Into service n eotntkV Bitton niitoniohlle pntrol ntnl ciner pnev nmhulance. OUetfO health hoard" offers free tv- phi'i'l f,v,'r "eruni Inoculation to 1,000 dtlwiH to popularize the Idea. Treaty tree," twenty feet In dr nmfcrence, near Tnrrytown, N. Y., f. jsej In history, hns Just died. Draining the Znlder Zee of riollnnd will I'e undertaken la part. The Hrat Itm will reclaim 500,000 acrea. According to the Canadian Forestry MKK'Inthm, 60 por cent of Canada is pable of growing nothing hut Umber OOP. The old cathedral of 8t Lonls, sn Orlenns, hns lieen clos.d as un nfe. owing to the sinking of the east nil It was built in 1721. MWa M the kleptogniph. a Imrglnr lUrm Invented by nn Italian Ignites I Until Unlit nnd photographs the It. t...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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