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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 16 April 1914

,;" ' w 6sS9HBaaaaVIBMi(i ijBf?38.AaT? 'v. M Iff 5k JK mftwl ' '$ JgsaB-Vi"3EMaall- ,5 t i II s-' SaP C v 4ft. t'opyrlittit. 1813. tiy tl..i 1'itiui nui - I'm llio Iiil.rnutlonul Kxposltlon Co. A MARVELOUS SETTING FOR SCULPTURE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, 1915. Till. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 : gfl lilli-'-t itrril fiMturc of HM Ogpooltkm, tin- kiimtIi T,..r .if .louolh. wlil.li will i imiiiihI tlM vmilli MiriM of tlm (nun of Sun ami Btara nl Um i'Muiitiin I'li.-iilo Inii'i iiiitlniiiil Kt poalttoa in Baa I'l.iin I-" in 1MB Thai i"ci, .; f-et. in hriiii. win gave t baag "!" m !' iii aiteot 'nw lower trill rlM epward In terrace, gitrtag wai at !.i i in ii areegj of Igwrea sopportlBg u iriuie. typifying iii' world The repeated ngurei ol grasored hem nnii of explorers nl' Um in will in- good mi Mm tower. whtrk, wlta in Ntntu- ry, ii. uriil palnttAg mul BlOaaira, will In- liiil.'H.-rllnilily hi'iiiitlfiil. Mc-.ih carrere t Haattnga, architect In ehtef of Uki Pea Amrt...

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. — 16 April 1914

CROP ROTATION (UNEMPLOYED GET SUCCESS SECRET WORK ON FARMS Diversity Makes Majority of j State Lends Aid in Solving Farms Pay Well. IMPORTANCE POINTED OUT. Agricultural Expert Warn Againat Specialising and Makea Known Hia Raasone Every Farmer Should Grow Everything That la Needed on Hia Place and Not Buy Suppliea. New York. How ahnll a mini mnke fnrmlng pay, how make It MM be altlcs Interest on Investment n rcason Bble country salary of $1,000, how manage it ho as to use one's time, energy ami capital to bent advantage? TIhw were some of the considerations in n lecture I'.v John II. Itarron of the stntc ili'piirinii'iit of iiRrlculture. "Wide KtudlcM show that usually the most profltnlile farms follow n dlversl flHl tie of agriculture," he said. "In the state of New York forty-nine farms have been studied on which labor Incomes of $LI,rKK) or more tiro being made. That Is. on these farms enough Is niiiile to pay all expenses and Interest on the Investment at 5 per cent and leave the...

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. — 16 April 1914

Ontario argusicelilo CANAL PUM.iNHKI) KVKKY TnUHSDAY OPENS FEBRUARY Entered in t lie BOStoBoS at Ontario Orenn, fur t ritiiHitiiHiH through the mmlH iih second -dan matter. M. E. BAIN. Publisher. Tho voter in responsible for the nfflrcra elected. If vmi ffltt to have Koorl men elpotid it i nacesmry to n that they am nominator). Only one third of the voter of thin section li.ivr rou'Meted anil will ho ill li' t'i vol at the pflfT election. Tho amo condition cxitt in all the MS tlnn of thi- Htate outnide of Portliunl nil tha viuer of Portland will OMl ill. nit mm half of the total vote oust at the notnlnatiiiR elect inn. If yon arc Stteftad with the Went kind Ol officer it will not he neoeary to register or vole M the agitator are all prepared to voti'. only the 001 I vatlM' in. are BOalOOtlne their doty. Ihn ery onca who have the moHt Ml Make. It nill lint take t I I five in in ittcH of your time to rOgtttsr at tlie oily hall todojB At tho nieetlnu in Denver of the (Joferiuirs of the...

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. — 16 April 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS .. k i!, own in in the noHpltnl ,i.1!ltHl "ill TO.Rlly !.aV tO StBV there n.'V.rnl weeks. v,(.jrHl,y'M Hardware Sale coin- 0gm fctordai. Koh.Tt K. ColltOO and (irace H. Ril'. ' ' N'VHHH ""lk ""' " "Hrr,,,K'' ffUP, in Caldwell Tues.lav. I),,v old obiokf, wluto Itfhorn n1,l w,,ic rocks. 1'urity Pottl trv Kami. phone '.Ml, Fru itlan.l , Jlariv I owlo, proprietor. j,in.' U oro MttKataM ooi I" ,l. city Tucuhiy. Interviewing some glUaBoKlletaati tju torei of ohoioo alfalfa and VBtK land in tlic wheat hell mr Cambridgo. PH00 : por liri. d SMjf terms. One (if the l..i bnyi here for the money. Krank McKlroy, r d DPI "i, OWbridg, Idaho. U iircamlnud on Friday evening tiara will be a try out by puplli of ton OntHrio iidbnol lor tint contest to be h.i i in Wciaer en May 8 for a bimhmit' silver cii to be Itvi to lb winner of the contest. The cup jldonntcd by Prof. Hoadlcy nnd In to 1 1' the property of the winnci. loose to speak are: (il...

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. — 16 April 1914

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Anti-Trust Legislation Will Be Curtailed at This Session of Congress. Washington. Antitrust legislation uiipl'TiU'tiliiry to t In- Sherman Ml will not kg undertaken ;it ibis session of conKrcBK on tin broad call originally voutiini'ii bj thf Bdmlnl tratlon. After iii.'iny COBf( It B( Ol demo crntlc tad republican senators, who in turn have oonferred nil- manbtn of Um ii'iH m Intt i latt and Judiciary gagamlttees, tentative amendment to Um n nata hiii to on ite an Intaratata trade commission imn been drawn, ia nlKiifd to '.ilc the placo of proponed IiIIIh to prohibit or regntatg latartoea dm iiir 'ni.'iii'M, hoi'iiuK ooaapaaiaa, ntock watering; to provide for govern ment regulaUon or Um Immmc of railroad eecuiiUoa and to solve Um problem ol deotroctrrg prigg daeotlin Iniitlon It would provide that all llii iirolili'itiH lie referred to the pro poaad ltiterntiite trnde cointnlxxlon, ill rectltIK Mil exhaustive stmlv of UM Ittb Ject tor the Inforiniillon ...

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. — 16 April 1914

BORNEO AS DEAD IN RETURNS ALIVE 0S Scattered Over Ocean .Crave" Were Wasted. .., n v Frlwedi f John WfhTr,!',.V-rT.v to hMf Of btl drowning laal July that Ike ''" -... tli nf roses mi I III' f." " ...i .llilni "lP talking IllMilll ,M. fell"" III' WIIH for almost ittcroi ll I I vtinT liny " '""" ,n"" ktappad wiii'i"1 i'1""'"' WB0 ,,W,M " ,l" !" ,.,,, iiociif. mid. sticking out hit Jerked. "Howdy, Bill." iHtrl) bad n nt. i mm biwie f ,,, coDtrlimton t tat www inrByan laal '"'.v. " ., ;u kwo Ben, Hill? I'm BBS Hi" "'Mil m. liii" V'U r"r 010 worth f f',.,.., BcnntlM." said Fnrrcll. abo. I'm W 10 IN .oii final v" drowned?" Lfff i!'""'-' return spread rapid , ,gnn (be "oltl guard" wit piling him Them t in-y Baked It II ITT i Jill. W'hO iis Willi It) ill Ml led nwajf lust July In a mi ,i go 'I nil mliihT. QUI Mini mt , iltrd ii. pin. iinil Ills parents n,,.. him US dead ih aura nil right," said Ryan in ierniy working nt aooaa s MM Ii" 'lliln't think IiIh ,, mill Iw u "tried nlioiit him." I...

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. — 16 April 1914

NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences Of The Past Week From Cities In Our State GIRL WILL TRY AN ATLANTIC FLIGHT Postofflces to Be Filled. LBWtOtOB. -Kxiimlniitloii for foiirth 2lnnH priMtiuiiHttTH will bf hold nt Low lutnii and it iiiimbor of Malm and WnshlnKton poltitH on April 18. These 'inatiouH aro hold for applicants fur office whom tho I 'oinpoiiKutloii Miii' imtH to $IS'i or mora n your. Tlii- following Central Idaho post BiastiTM will ho MloOted from tbOM vho taBO tbooe MamlBBtlOBB! I!. I kit, Cameron, Clounrator, Doary, DOWO?, BtwtrdsbarSi ft ,,r. QWofd, Kovtar llle, KOOtkU, l.npwiil, l.iirrto, l.i'hitul, Lotioro, Mohlr, Now MoadowH, I'ook, Pierce, PrlBOOtOB, KonhoiiH, KiihhHI, ji.iMIiu:, itlto, Sweotwntor, Thorp, Vlolii, ' l I in t. Wiihn, W'arroti, VVelp pp, Wi'Htlalio mnl WlnohoHtor. Will Give $2000 In Horse Prizes. Hi hi lllfl TtM total promltimH it tho forthcoming Idaho County llorno ikon H1 ho npproxliniitoly tfOOO, Includtni prli" for rlbbou win on...

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. — 23 April 1914

ONURIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon (Bttfotio vm. The Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us jrrow The Produce from iri.Hio.(i(M) acres is mnrketed from On tario each year Mm Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVII ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1914 NO. 17 IDAHO NORTHERN TO BE COMPLETED To Payette Lakes at Once Slides Being Re- moved. FEW HUES TRACK TO BE LAID Work will commence this week on the clearing and reopening of the track on the Idaho Northern exten sion or Payetta valley brunch of the Oregon Short Line between Tlankn. Hi.' present train service terminal, and Donnelly, the station near the Long valley metropollH of Roseberry, where steel laying win discontinued lost rail. Due to heavy Htoritis, mm drifts and dirt slides through the Fayette (in on. (he railroad company found II imp usslhle In keep tin- track op n '! past winter rImvo Honks, the first st...

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. — 23 April 1914

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL New Measure Provides for the Mustering of 120.000 Mili tiamen Quickly. WnahinKtnn.--Prompt organisation Of a volunteer nrniy for service In Mexico or In any other crisis woul'l bo provided for In n house lilll pnn' 4 by the netiiite with itmendtiienta. The bill would revise Ida hiw under which h volunteer force m OTSjaalsad for UM HiiiniHh-Annrli mii w.ir in lift. Ita MtkOTl contend itmi h volunteer force could lie IBt004 more quickly than under lb asJatlag law; that it would do iiway with n Bliort term of nliHtnuTit by makltiK the erm of vol- II II t l: lllO Hlltlie IIS tllOHC In tin- tu tilnr army; would procure the nwi nry number of men at the beginning of lb'' war for a Ioiik period. Another rhiniKo In the exlKtlliK Inw would Klve the president, Instead of the governors of the Hlntes, ilu au thority lo appoint all officers Tor liM volunteer forced, requiring him toKhn preference In their selection to thoHe who have bad military training and in Mtru...

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. — 23 April 1914

44-'9i- ftft -& &-fe&e. ftp I it It S it it s it it i i i it 2 it Or i t s it s it 3 I it it It It It it it i it it vt it it it it it it it it it ft f T 1 f f f 1! ff ff f If $ f a "MANY PEOPLE Never Liked Beer until they tried Grain Belt" GOOD NEWS For The People of Ontario and Vicinity We have made arrangements for a steady supply of a specially fine beer which will be sure to prove a real treat "GRAIN BELT " has been pronounced by foreign experts, The Peer of all American Beers. So you make no mistake in starting this great beer, if you really want something fine. We ask the trade to get busy and WILL WIN YOUR FRIENDSHIP We couldn't afford to pay for these big ads unless we weregiving you something extra good- You will feel the same wayj when you get a taste of this supurb beer. We consider we have made a good deal and have secured to Ontario a very superior article A. E. Price & Co. W. A. Anderson H. W. Whitworth ONTARIO, OREGON tttt "Stag ffjffff(.ffff$f . &...

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. — 23 April 1914

imwmmmwjwmwwwwmmmmwmmmmmwmNSfi E I E I E P A NAM AS have never been more popular than at the present time for Ladien, Miases and Children. A Splendid line at Grove & Riley s XS a m 3 1 ftliUmmiUtUiiUUiummmmmmaiUHuuamammmiial One Piece Hammer In The New Model Tthaca If ynu see more than one hole iti ii Iimfiiitii t urn know that I'Ntrn mr(s mi' I';-. .1 1 in 1 1 to U ic hummer whether slii.wn or not Our hum BMt ih all MM DMCa, only (MM hole, mi toggle! or stirrupa attached. vs'c iinvr ni mit ail rooking lVn. 0010, pn-di rods Mini ham II I tirrups ami cock the iniii di- n n i from tin' "f hMMitiicr. Catalog Free; IH grodoe, if!" 76 ii i in iii" Hat OurS Hi 2" bore in n hummer In- down I" ilali' ami shoot OQOi I I'll A A OUM CO., Ithncii. N. Y. ONTARIO ARGUS PUHI.iSIIKI) RVBKY TIIUKHDAY hi. i. il in lli- BQOtl II lot ai i tularin O OHM for truusiuissiou through the hmiIm an second .class mutter M. K. MAIN. l-i -h.-r STATE ENGINEER ISSUES PERMITS liui Inn iln quai I - oudlni March t...

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. — 23 April 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Hruce Koster, of Vale, were pusseiiKcrs for Portland Satur day, accompanied by Mrs. Hester's mother, Mrs. Helen Judd of Lancaster Wisconsin. Mrs. Konyon entertained the Carna tion club on Friday, when Mrs. Goudy won the honors- in the cvenlnK Mrs. Kenyon entertained tho Bridge club, the honors going to Mrs. Van Petton ado E. N. Urelg. For rent Furnished house in cluding garden plot, chicken park, harn three lots, nice lawn. Box 48. Ontario. The Ontario orchestra donated their sii vices for the dance Riven Saturday evening fr the benefit of the base ball Slb and the bull fans wish to expreas thefr appreciation of the favor. For Solo two and one half acres improved, hemes and fruits house and buildings. Inquire hox AM Ontario. Among those called to V:.le Tih-mI iv were noted: Rev. Johns. Marshal Odell, M. K. Newton, John Landlnn b.uii. JM Scholl. C. C Mrtlonlgal and O A Dralie. V li. nicknell, the Heine sheep man....

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. — 23 April 1914

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Events Occurring Throughout the State During the Past Week. Learnt Engllh To Testify. Snlem. As a result of his leiirtilna; o H'nk tin Kngilsb Isagssf while Jn prison, bfSttO Mnrlnovltch, uti In nwitn of UM ItStS prison, w:n p.inlnii il. Marlnovltch wns nrn-stwl two years bro bb fi" was lainnlltiR n frnln at I'lirest drove ntirt SBSffSd with rtfiilliiK n wntfh which hi had In his poSSSSSkm. licltiK uniilil' to BpSSJi BBgllSB DS iniilc virtiinlly no dsfSBSS fiml whh KlM'ii ii maximum miiIi'Iki1. Ilr now sppiiks the ssVfltSl hinminK" flurntly ami hM convlnrwl prison of flrlals atifl tin- Kovernor that Iip trfiiildit the watch In Rooil faith of the r. I t lil r. Sandhill Crane Becomes a Petl. I.a tininil" Hanillilll erSBSS if b COOllag I pest to larnn i "f QfSDdS fliimle Vallpy. Although pTOtSCtSSl by the MtfSl i;ntn lews, the blnls arc ic viiHt.it iiii! MM niter iur' of wheat fields In this VBlley. TIioiihiiiiiIh of tie .in i.i. ofti n Kffii on on...

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. — 23 April 1914

NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences Of The Past Week From Cities In Our State King Good Road Day at Caldwell. Caldwell. D. Wnrd King, the orla Inator of the Bpllt Ior rnnil drag and A good rondg advocate of national re pute, wns In Caldwell Tuesday. Mr King's visit to this elty was un- der the auftplccxf the Caldwell Com mprclnl club and wns his second date In the state of Idaho. The Caldwell good roads day was Tuesday, arranged coincident to Mr. King's visit here, and Included a lec ture on road work hy Mr. King at the Methodist church, with testimony as to the achievements of the King road drag In the central and eastern states. The lecture was followed hy a prac tical demonstration of road building and the efficiency of the King road drag under the direction of Mr. King. Clagttone Seeks Office. Sandpolnt At a Hull Moose rally here Paul flagstone formally announc ed his candidacy for the progressive nomination to the I'nlted Stutcs Sen ate and O. II. Martin, wh...

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. — 23 April 1914

ATTEMPTS TO KILL NEW YORK'S MAYOR New York In nn attempt to tnko the llfr i Mayor John I'urmy Mltchal Mlehaal P. Habonajp, an apparaaUy ir rwpOMtblt, chl'Tly Ml, who lator nld ho wiih a ll:n ksinith out of work, fired Into I group of thrM BM MBtJ In tho miiyor'H MtOtnoblU, wlilili loinl .it tin- 'ii i i i'l' oi ' Itf Hull pnrk. Tin. Iml t.-t ti.iio Ills tpvoivit i-itiTi'il tho Jhw ot tin corporation couaaal, I i.-ink I. I'olk, who whh Milling next to tin" mayor In the tOBOMU of tho Mtonoblta At Poll was lakai to tin' Ni-w I I'ital. v. In ii' it WiiH nni the WOUld woiihl not DrOVl fatal Mnl on) 'hot at llM iii.v.t. In! n- Mrtad in iIh' ooaraa of i dl lolnttd t;itrnii III i vtiarliil frOn linn, h" Cliil'.i' hi' f1l :i i i-ri ill at tin' city i'. aantlva'i "axtravaajaal epandituri ml Ik'ciiiihi' ha wiih Iniiiisi'il at I" mi: tiirm ii hai h from th" ioor ol lb ! or h room In Um Hy hall on two oc MatoM wlnn In- W"iit to apply for n iiiuiiIi Ipal joh. Beverldge Named on "Dry" Platform. ii...

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. — 30 April 1914

mp ONTARIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon (rotate The Ontario Argun leads in Pregtijre, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us (row m WW. The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVII ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1914. NO. 18 FIELD MEET BETWEEN BOISE AND ONTARIO Local Boys Show up Well When Pitted Against City School. VERA CRUZ PLACED UNDER MARTIAL LAW Roar Admiral Badger Orders American Non-Combatants to Leave on Steamer. SEVERAL FIRST PLACES WON The field meet here Friday between the llolsc ami Ontario schoolB broiiKlit out a good crowd to boo.t for the lo cal boys and the boya returned the compliment by milking an excellent showing against the big city achool. The Ontario te.un wua handicapped by Ml. it k . 1 1 being about out with a trained tendon, only entering one event, while ordinarily he could have taken the xilc vault If ...

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. — 30 April 1914

FARM WAGES OF $3,500,000,000 United States Treasurer Burke Due This Amount Now. AGREEMENT MADE YEARS AGO Firmir Promised "Johnny" All the Money That Had Hit Nam on It. Now Hit Nam Appears on All Bank note Thousands Printed Each Day t Washington. Now York. John niirkc Dotted Stud's tri'iimn-ir, tnmli- M I m iir: 1 1 1 ni'iir tf llfly jcmi-h iik'" by which ho whs to bo pnlil ii linniii on his im li M tot wii i- l'iiii at iimt 1 1 in, when there mhiioii lit t if bops of its riiiiiiiini'iit Whin f'hestor 1'i-rry has rulltllod di purt of tln ii t rmt iili Mi lluil..' lie "ill iniil.i' the hitter onsllv tin- rich et Ml In the world, snya the Trllium Oftlnsi'lM Hm to hired nut when n Im.v imt rt leu youm ulil tu husk i oru for .1 lleiull boring l.ll'llli'l' mill I Ivnl fur III piiv the siniill mii ii ) of ."ii 1 1'iitH ii ilny When the time en me for Ms employer tn : i him lor his mcii-.hu '. wmU I city anlil ".lohtni. I wmit yon to know Hint tvlml I en ii nIToril to ylve you now for youi ...

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. — 30 April 1914

REVENUE CUTTERS SAVE MANY LIVES Good Samaritans of the Seas Brave Hardships and Dangers. REVIEW OF YEAR'S WORK. Ftaapondad to On. Hundred and Three Call, Moatly Wiralaia Signal For Aid Hundred of Live and Vaat Amount of Property Reaeued From Water Report of Winter'. Toll. WmhlfiKton. 'flip winter Just closed hns been the busiest for the revenue cutter service lu Its history. During the winter cruising sen son beginning Dec. I nnd ending Miircb 31 Its little fleet him rendered nsiilstiitice to nearly 1.000 persons mid to aevernl million dollnrs' worth of enrgo nnd vessel. The cruising Meet win distributed ns follows: At r.iistHrt. Me., the Wood bury; at Portland. Me., the Anriro ncoggln: nt Huston, the (Jreshnm; nt Wood's Hole. Muss, the Acushnet: nt New York, the Itnscn; at llnltltnore nnd In the Chesapeake bay. the Apa che; nt Norfolk, the Onondngn; at Wil mington. N. (,'.. the Yamncrnw. The IMMM whs sent out fnm New York Hi" middle of Yhruiiry to resume the north Atluntlc leu patr...

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. — 30 April 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED BVBKY THUH8DAT Entered in the i.imti flier Ht Ontario Orrion. for tratmniiHinoti through thr mails ah HfMoml-rliiH mnttrr. M. K. MAIN. Publisher. DAVEY HAS SOMETHING TO SAY To the Honorable 00, V. Ilau's, QW K hails. M. (1 HOP and I V. Hope, Vale, Oregon. Gentlemen: I have before me n copy of what I take to In' a letter sinned ly you fo. pulilirntion nnl wlilrh greatly sur prises me h the niiniher of false and misleading conclusions Which yoll eek to Implant In the public mind to Injure inv cunillil.ii y for the notnlnu lion M Joint representative, nnd It In a gWtttlni Hhock la me to find one In pin liculiir oT the HON attached to It a ninn for whom I labored m faithfully In the punt, without 9 pensatlon it thank, to re-elect to an Iniportiint dlHtrlet office- In fuel, niv knowledk'e of nil ou mntlemen hn:l led nie to believe Mill would he lit least fair with me ami dike pnl'in to be informed of fiietg heroic making In JurloiiM allegation. f .i't iih give the...

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. — 30 April 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies For Governor. LOCAL NEWS LOCAL NEWS LOCAL NEWS MRS. C. II uu l l miss o. m u. Phone 81 M. Mrs. Biggs was n passenger to Vale Saturday. Miss Betsy Taylor was visiting Hois.' relatives on Saturday. Mra. Boyer has been In, Baker this week visiting with relatives. Robert Duncan, the Vale attorney, was down between trains on Friday. Mrs. O. N. Frnnklyn has retiirnol from Rmmett. where she was visiting for some time, Mrs. Tonnlngson entertained the Bridge club M Monday, Mrs. Gouily won the honors. J. M. Wilson, of Hood River, was here this week looking for a business opening. Homer Rnmbo Is down from West fall, where he has been with his pjieep- Mr. ad Mrs. Thou. Arnold and dnugh ter and Mr. and Mrs Minister went to Boise Monday In the auto. At the meeting of the Musical club It wns decided to have several open meetings during the year. Several members were taken In. Dr. Ooldsberry, who has been spend ing the winter In California for the ben...

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