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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 21 May 1914

BLUE READY FOR "A NO. 1," FAMOUS MEXICAN WAR HOBO, MARRIED To Him Is Inlrusted Duty of Romance Halts Roaming of Supplying Vesssls. FOUGHT IN CUBA IN 1898, ly Giving Cubam Whisky He Wat En abled to Draw Map 9howing Exact Location of 8pnnish Vessels Story of Brave Exploits and His Promotion In the Service. Washington In J oil rcllU'lTlbei Best Known Tramp. HIS REAL NAME A SECRET. BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON Thirty Years' Tramping Around the World at Total Expense of 7.t1 Rail road Fares Learned Four Languages. Now Prominent Citizen of Erie, Pa., Where He Settled Down. Krle. I'd. -"A No. ," tho "clinniplon lint tlii' governor of North Cnrollim ' holx" of tin. world, hns ittlid down nlil to tho pivi-rnnr of lootfe Ctirn I Md innnliil. Tho Wiodorvr who iiinile linn ? Well, Hit- application of that ' III" homo from Sn ?. to SltUn baa crnm lmniiiit.il principle mad Victor lllue fainniia. Jnit innv do hi Ifo.'tr .Vltnlntl Itiuc. In cotuiiiiiiil of tln liiirciu of nnvlun tlon of tin- 1 1 : i ili'li...

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. — 21 May 1914

MEXICO A FOURTH AS LARGE AS U. S. Interesting Facts About Repub lic In the South. POPULATION IS 15,000,000. Nation Covers 767,000 Square Milaa. City of Mexico 264 Milaa by Rail Waat of Vara Crux and la 7,400 Feet Abova 8a Laval Raached by Two Diffarant Railway Lin... VnnMiiKt'"'- The following Infonna j,,n o'ln i'i iiIiir Mexico was given out in (In' National - i .i i 1 1 i - aocletjr In Wmdiliiutmi the other day: It Is InleivHtliiK to note thnt the urea 0( Mixta) la practically mm groat aa yint "i i he United States between the , Ifjajaaaippl rlwr and the Atlantic cv.i-t. the (Trent lukci and the Kiilf of ' lei ii. :i r i nar In altitude from Hen l,vrl in laVOQO Wt Hh climate Im ar ferti'il hy thexe elevation and hy a rniik'i' el eighteen decrees of latitude. I TwiIm' hundred nllw (lie distance trnwisi In pMataf MWtt ti'oin .Inn rr. mi the northern liouiilary. to the rni'H d. ami 1"' miles more to the nonti k latern boandtiy, The guir oi Htileo and ( 'urlM'euii aajfl const line nl ...

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. — 21 May 1914

Ontario argus FRUITLAND NEWSLHS FUHLiNHKD KVKKY THURSDAY Entered in the poftoflw at C)ntHrio Oregon, for traiisinii-sioii through the mails as second-class matter. M. at MAIN. Publisher. tVhal Aihcnlser Should lm to 0". The first (itiestiuti, which fiery ad vertiser should auk Is, ' What am I trying to accomplish?' Musi hiislno.-.s inon would sa. that Hit obttOtt an swer is, that tiny ure trying to got more business. Tluit Is triii". as far as tlM present la concerned. Hut, If l4l ' II i i.-iiiK lwfl inuaHin fil only fur what It can do for the niii" .ear, It would be, In many cases a poor investment. What you are really living to ncnmplish, la to tnaki" Hi' swMBtlsl acts with regard to your business, a part of the ordi nary fund or knowledge of every one in th- community, state, or the whole country, as the caae may lie, from which u expect tO draw trade Your ndvcitlsing should make our buslnos.; ho favorably known that when Um time i onus to bn Newt thing you sell thu average perao...

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. — 21 May 1914

1 Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS n,HH drey, Stoddard and Austin mt gone to the Willamette valley (Of thl'lr THOHtlOll. Arttuir Oiiokriim ha goDa to Oak Itboon on trp. le I'nckrum )) gone to Portnnd , iH lorn with lili father in tbe ow sutn'fhey have purchased there. It' .lldion 0. Mi-" l'" Vnnderboof ) nt Hunt Ipgtnn this week on account of the death of o aunt there, Mr. Thou. nily. 'l'he body was tiikcu to Maker for burial. iirnf Cnnklln ii in Monmnutli this tek. Mr. ami Mm. 1 Iioh. Arnold, and dimiilitir MlM aIvh. have 0M to the rnni'li f"i " hort vlnlt. Mr. hm'I Mr. Ii'hIi li Weaver, of Vili wrn calling on relative nnd frini Ih ktN tfetl week. Mm. la . Trader entertained the I'lriistion on Friday, the prize going I,i Mr h I'rlnlotf. Mm FMMIM entertnlned the Brlilu" iluh n. i Thursday, Mrs.Goudy Km tig the lucky on. Mri. William Jnnee returned to Juiitnrn Monday, after a ahort atay at tin' Carter. Mm Kiley, of Twin Falla, ona of tin- nwnsra of the milli...

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. — 21 May 1914

TRIBUTE PAID SAILORS KILLED AT VERA CRUZ New York. Nation and city paid tribute In alienee Sunday to the 17 men who nave their Uvea In the occu pation of Vera Crux. Bearing the bodies of the bluejacket and marines, the armored cruiser Montana, escort ed by the presidential ya lit Miiyflow r, having aboard the secretary of the nary, reached port early Sunday morn ing and convoyed by the puperdroad nought Wyoming, steamed up the har bor shortly before noon The bodies were brought ashore hortly before ft o'clock Monday morn ing and plueeil cm MteMM for the procession up Broadway to City Hall for a brief ceremony UtSfl Mi M across the Manhattan bridge to the navy yard for the services. PNSMmH Wilson FMflktd the city frMI Wash ington at fill Mo&tfaj and delivered Iho memorial ftMfWM :it Hie navy yard. "The fei linn thai ll uppermost," he aid, "In OM of profound urlet. n . wt tin re Ih mixed with that trial I pro found pride Hi.it iliev should have MM II tin did. and If I ina say It o...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 21 May 1914

Methodists. Sunday School 10 A M Preaching Hervioe 11 A M Junior League 3 P M ftp world League 6::i0 P M A'reaobing Her loa 73:0 P M Thomaa Jobna. PASTOR. Conarcoational Church Notice Sunday SerTieas, Sunday Hohoot 10 a m Preaching Services 1 1 a id O E Meeting 7pm Preaching Servicss 8pm Midweek Lectures every Wedaeaday -m i me 8 o'clock Philip Knenlg, Pastor. 28 YEARS TO ACCEPT DIVORCE CATHOLIC CHURCH Maaaat 8 A M on lt and 8rd Snndajr of each timnth. On all other Sundaya at 10 A M. II. A. Cam no, Rector UNITEDPRESBYFERIAN CHURCH Rev. Rnb't J. Davidson D D Pas- tor. s..m i at 11 :00 a m and 7 :30 p m Siihl Ht acbool at 10:00 a m ADVENTIST. Ev, J 'aturdny abbatn "bool 10:30 am Hi i- Htndy 11:30 a m Voiiiiu people. a meeting 1 ;30 pm CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I'aM Ailvartlvrmrala Whan Huaband Return Wife Payi Cost and G.: Daoraa. Towniida. I'ii I'eelile with the weight of year, .set .Lin 1 1 1 i i , . -. i In manner. Un. II:iiii;:i lliirrlflnii DtaWd tin' court bouae nnd ileum mleil ...

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. — 21 May 1914

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNTY COURT For the May Term as Re ported by the County Clerk. dirt 11 28.94 Geo. It. Ilodlah, supplies dist 12 4.76 Is It Luke, labor (list 13 204.00 W. A. Kulkprson Lumber Co-, lumber dlst 13 8.80 C, J Hunter, labor dlst 18 265.50 .( ips Mere. Co., supplies dlst 16 1310 (i V. Klctrher & Sons, nupplies I (list If 7.97 iV. W. I'oitue. labor dlst 16 14:.') I.-imi' Molloy, labor dlst 17 .. 340.50 J. K Mlackaby (,'oiiim. Co., sup- llles dint 17 53.04 uuror tut tav unuru rnrc r ! supplies dist is mo TfllLnL I hi IAA MUllLT UULO k, re Lumber Co., Payette, supplies dlst 18 48 02 I I. Htouti, labor dlst 18 62.00 I i the mattPr of the report of the . II KIiiip. labor dlst 20 .... 16.00 Fond Mowers M tli" petition of Trent 0fM ilarclay, llbOf dlst 20 .. 0 M) John, n et al for a county ion.1 com- f, M Vine, labor, Keneral .... 68.0D n. IM In MCUOII IWI 17 DJaf end- Vale TratliiiK Co., supplies dlst Ito- it III" fprry i.n Morton Island. u0 19.7" Itoa I allotted o coiidl...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 May 1914

ONTARIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wort Market for the Interior of Oregon (Sufati The Ontario A runs lends in Pristine, merit, and Circula tion. Watch uh grow mm VMX. The Produce from 15,000,000 acres it marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVIJ ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. MAY 28. 1914. NO. 22 MORMAN BASIN IS A LIVELY MINING CAMP Many of the Prospects Be ing Opened Up Have Good Ore. OED MINES RUNNING EOLE TIME A. K. I lagan y of Sampler will lie ov T In the Mrmn Basin this week to begin work on his, group of claims here. Andy llergensnti It busy clean Ing out the tunnels preparatory to slatting Mil- work. Frank Ruck It Working on W. K. Shumate's claims ndjoinlng M. Dagnny't property. J. H. N. Peterson Is driving a 2&0 foot croatcut to cut the loud In IiIk lied Wing claim, lie tins five feet or Ofl on the surface or which II Inches on the foot wall will mill f50 per Ion fl ' II 'ii. lull Porter iiin...

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. — 28 May 1914

OREGON NEWS NOTES NEWS OF GENERAL OF GENERAL INTEREST INTEREST IN IDAHO Events Occurring Throughout Important Occurrences Of The the State During the Past Week. Free Books Asked For Schools. Klnmn1li KiiIIh.--A petition In bring ctrrnliiti'd to plaro a BWUMNf on the ballot at tho ncbool H-rtlon In Juno, proponing to furtilHh text hooka frr Id tin- graded public tirhoolH. It Is thought thnt tho book. i ran bo pnr chnHfd by the district more rhrnpljr thiin by the Individual, that there will !" no disci Iminatlon In thona furtii-iu'd and that UM district will always have ;in amdn Hupply. Past Week From Cities In Our Stat For Orchard Protection. Mood HIvit An limcc-inry haa been eatabllHbcil In Hood lllver rounty by ProN'ttRor V. I. Hnfro. of tho Oregon agricultural (iilliiv, for the purposo of KtuilvltiK the Innerta that Infant POOd Itlvi-r valley orchardn. HhtI fnetiH of each lirci'd of Innerta will tin gathered atid their entire life courno will be atuillerl under powerful mlrro MOpn...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 28 May 1914

EDISON BANS CIGARETTES. Workers Can't In Them, Though He Smoktt Cigars and Chawa. West OtlHHN N. J. -When the 0.7OO employees of the Ktllsou plants here enten .I the shops the other morning they were confronted on every side with printed signs bearing thin warn ing: "Cigarettes Not Tolernted. They bull the llmln." A n result of correspondence with Henry Ford, the Detroit automobile tnnnufncturer. Thomas A. Kdtson de cided to be itiihikIit against the rig. arette. At the request of Mr. Ford Mr. Edison mnde annlvses nf nt least twenty brnnds of rlgnrettes. While tie found the tobneco contained In them wns of nil qualities, be found poisonous matter In all the papers In which they were rolled Said Mr. Kdl on: 'That Hilon sttarks the brnln and works havoc with man's menial ac tivity. Ills mind becomes clouded. Emrlsto Madero. brother of the late president of Mexico, told here a few dnr mro that men. women and chil dren are Inveterate smokers of cigar ettes In the southern republic That ...

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. — 28 May 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS THUHSIMY PUBLISHED RVBM Ettertri in the (Ottcflct nt Ontario Orftfon, for tnnimlwtoa through the mail" a -''itn! cImi matter. Publisher, M. & BAIN. People Regaining Sanity. A ratten ol lb, date primary .lac Hon from an lodu.trl, id bnelni - i i v.- that artal iter, . III li.M :n . ' ''II IIHAII- Kill. . ' 111 I tO I radii il 01 Ireea i,i .1 i i Otograni pbullill I . I l II. I I'll III 'I I In lUMll ' ' to .n i,i i 1 1 . unemployed win.. . i . i dl bit Ml ' I I i i ;,i il lllatl I I r ;" mil .mi nit. ii aa i in t nt 1 1n-tr cam i H i. , in i u i on tain lag indlci i pi o poaltloi Del " ' 1 1 ' ' '. ii i inni' to go i ii tba I nllol in No 'i i i si. I. eandltlataa won placa on ii.. pari) tlekati baoanai tbej nete In ii H and i mi tot advantage it ran miig BffBII ' I ilni.li Id ami mo l"""1"' ",l"'"'''' .. tba n win!, ii aleotlon tbara ... , , , will lilnilii rill In V nl Hie .ir iiiiih potty candidate Mini a tnrtoai weeding "Hi from the ataodpolHl ,.t " i "" '' k,","...

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 May 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS LOCAL NEWS LMAL NEWS W.ll . Mrlliiitiitv ri a VlolUM to Wi'Ihit over Sunday. ii- Killin (Itillln whs II vlnitnr tn lh"t over S 1 1 ! h 1 ; i y . Mtr. ('. ('. DodgS ret iirnr (1 Kundiiy frnin Kiiiih, wliii' lbt bad bOBB rW inu with li r ll i . John EU Itt a as op f'"i" B I Band rlalttog with bU I rothar'i fHtllilv. I.. I Stncv. BbO I If n (( ntly entn- Bitted h iianrlannie home In the valley ln-t. BBOVB Vnle. DM ln'ii' Tni'nl.iy. return- II. c. Whltwortb is In Bo4bb thai vi rl. looking nftcr DUSlnttl tii:. 1 1 1 is. Deputy .Wi -nrf allium whs niniiii.l thi-i aaata Bikini tii" Bsssssmeot, 0) nut Ti. -urer Wi BfOl mi basloi i.i i . in ty "f ROTMDB' nt .--.ir tai ti 'i i ut i t null to da iobss work in tba si all Bpi h itotlooi Milt I llltl 1I"I1H'II. (if Uii-M. H the BOOBt of Mis. Define 00 I i Ida) I'.ddv I iHsir i-niillni I tn tin boON t btl uiM'k Too i rldga cltib bi t with Mn Pi i inn I :i 'l ussdBj iftCI BOOB, fM I s i in ...

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 May 1914

MEXICO FAILS TO USE ADVANTAGES Natural Resources Are Richest In Entire World. YET NATION IS BACKWARD. Oldest Unlvareity Eetabllehed Yeare Ago, Yat Maaaaa Ara Ignorant Con stitution Perfeot, but Rulora Always Hava Baan Law Unto Thamaalvaa. Minaa Moat Valuable of All. Mexico city 'I'lTlinim nowtii-ro pise la the world In them a country no full f contrasts nH Mexico," snys Wllllnin Joex-ph Nlniwtilter. "Willi ii university atiiliiNiiiKi iM'foro John llnrvnnl, Klllm Yale or William mill Mary were tiorn. tli masses of Its iinpiIc nrc hopeless 1 U-iM.rji ut With a hoxpltiil founded boforn Jiiiiii-vtuw ii Kii even tlri'ii med of. It la one of tin? most Imekwiird re rIoiis of the toirt Ii In it ini'illr.'il way. w ifi dm tan I rii'iii'M iimiif tinm 11km Of ii tliiiusiiinl Midlines. It" MUM un just us Mor mm Mm in'nveilihil church MM Willi ii constitution us i'i fpf't MM Illll lllL'llllll' l.ltt III till' I'll ill. txl worlil, II Is ii tuition H bow rulers ttlWIIIS llllVI' llCCtl H lllW Illl...

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 May 1914

NEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL East and South Threaten Im portant Western Land Measures. Washington Two bills of great Im portance to the west are threatened with defeat Ihtiuihp of opposition by eastern and Kouihern members of the house of representative. One pro poses to modify the cultivation clause of the homestend law by reducing the area that must be cultivated prior to the submission of final proof, and the other grants to settlers on govern ment Irrigation projects 20 year, In tend of 10, In which to pay for water. Consideration ha been given by the enate and house committees on pub lic lands to bills proposing to amend the homeetend law. but neither house has passed such a bill. 80 far as the 20 year bill Is con cerned, that has already passed the scimt''. but the house has refused to consider the senate bill allowing set tlers cm government irrigation pro jects 2(i years Instead of ten, In which to make water pa.Miinits. and provid ing for Kradunteil i im-nts. House Begin ...

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 May 1914

10 VOTE ON A NEW CITY CHARTER ON JUNE 25 Copies f DM now rity charter to tic voted on June 25 are being; circulated :imnni( Iht voters. The present charter does nut comply with niMtiy recently tiiieted state laws or tin- DfOOSftl city iioundarics, and it if) necessary to ho MMftd to make the actions of the city officials logsj, Tin- .Saturday night dances at the Moon hall, conducted bf the Ontario Concert Orchestra, continue to draw large crowds. The hesitiit inn wall. ".Iiii-t ii Moment" iiml i Iim i oh Itsp "La Jatiila" INN the hita of the .'veiling, ( E. BERNELE SELES bRUC STORE TO HILL OF IDAHO Q I-'. Kormcln him anld his Inter erst ill Hie liermelH Drug ''. to .1 II. Kill, of Cambridge, who will take possession at once. .. . Hill Iiiin ft' ii at Cambridge mi. I lloiucihllc and will glvn Mm personal Htti'iition to the Cumlilldge store for llin prea lit. lint later will iiinvii here. Mr. iiml Mm. Ilernielo lll move In Chi cago, where Mr. Hermnle'a parentH reside. Mr. and Mra. Her...

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 June 1914

r NTARIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon The Ontario Argun leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch uh grow (Dtrfari mt vgn The Produce from 15,000,000 acres ia marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVII ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. JUNE 4. 1914. NO. 23 COUNCIL MEETING HELD MONDAY NIGHT Usual Grist of Hills and Li censes Acted on Favorably. WASTE WATER LOOKED AFTER All present but I-1 v iimi Zlmmer man. Minutes of May nil and v th read and m i i v .1 Usual I iIIh allowed Reports tor Mm of Recorder, Kla aiutial secretary and fire chief read, Cmial I !! " M I - M It . I Warrant ordered .or 13.600 for amount duo contractors on lateral ewer No. 4 to Juno 1. Water company wan ordered to plan water lpe under the Nevada wests dltcb. City attorney m orden I to have Injuuc t KiiiM Issued HU'iumt ttin Nevada Ditch and Kinersou wantiMtay from dumping walr into Lie city lim...

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 June 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAY Entereil in tlie pOtvOatol at Ontario Oreiron, for tflUfllllllll UltMgh trip ITiailH RH HPI'lilllI rlllHW IMIltllT M. E. BAIN, Publisher. FRUITLAND NEWS ITEMS CapL I Irwin, one of tfie earliest Mttlera of thia i I ilinrl 'A'i-i? -Uv atjUmatllla. He waa on hla way 0 Portland with Htuck. Hn uim nu en tarprlsing farmer ami director In the Payette National Hank. Ilia rcmaina were laid to reit in the Payette Cem etery. Several of Mrs. II. K. Frost'a jDpluhhorH mid friend k-iiil.. i im at Ikt Iiiuih- Werlncaday afternoon of Ittat week to lull' Ikt celetiruti' Iiit tilrth day, I "! Iclniia rpfrppfiniPiitH wpre aervpcl ami a pretty lunch cloth pre sented Mix. I nl RH a tokeu of friendship. Ladle' Aid of the Mctlindiat chui. I. met at i;p'AiiHli Hall 'I'h u r day afternoon. Mr. J. ). K rltolillolil went to Holee VVodiiPHilay to alleml a hHiniiPt at a t phi k i i ' meet in u at tlnit place. Minn I.iiw ioi l.'.l i n I. ft .'-utor day for her home In Nampa...

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 June 1914

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Events Occurring Throughout the State During the Past Week. ossen Is Indicted for Wife Murder. Eugene Andrew rtossen, chnrs;cd With deliberately murdi i mr hit wife, the molhpr of r 9 months-old bnby, must stand trlnl In the curcult court In Eiw?cne. The motive 1b Bald to have been for the Insurance money or be cause of love of his pretty slstorln law. He was Indicted nfter the grand Jury had heard the testimony of the chem ist who examined the stomach of the dead wife, whom the coroner's Jury tated had dlP(l from poison, and the testimony of Dollle Levins, tho mur dered woman's sister. The grand Jury, before being dis missed, held Thomas Kussell, ofOlen ada, for trial, charged with attacking M. V. Kngland. a neighbor, with a knife with Intent to kill. At the time of the nrrest Kngland was not expect ed to live. Klamath Interests Will Work for Bill. Klamath Kails I'earful lest thr re clamation bill extending the time for jiii j tmiii of the cost...

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 June 1914

NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences Of The r Past Week From Cities In Our State Timber Tract to Be 8old. Lewlston. The call for bids Issued by the Rovornment for tho sale of 60S, 000,000 feet of timber on the Clear water district gives extensive Infor in it Inn relative to the tracts offered in the Ford Creek and Lolo Creek sec tions. The call stateR that 34 per cent of the timber la white pine and that 40 per cent of thin white pine comprise trees more than .10 inches in (Hutm-tir. The cost of logging ia estlmnted at $4.24 per thousand feet board moiisure ft n i . with protective measures, IW head charges, depreciation mid Inier est, a gross total coct of $fi. The tim ber la offered In two utilta the. l.olo and the ICIdorudo. Paroled Man Caught. Welser Sheriff Walker threw out Mi. drawn t and g.ithi nil In "Kid Olove Tracy" and (li-orgo Tracy on the charge of smuggling boo.e into a dry territory and bootlegging. (leorge Tracy la now out on parole from tho Oregon...

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 June 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies I LOCAL NEWS LOCAL NEWS- The lateral newer n nearly com pleted along Nevada avenue to the railroad ground. The cootractora will flnisb up the anba through the alley the coming week, which will end the contract. I .mi Beagle made a motorcycle trip to Malheur City and Ironside last week. He will leave aoon for Burna and Bend. Mlaa Amelia PlugbofT waa a pae aenger to Huntington laat Friday to viait with her father, who i the big squeeze on the Huntington News. Lost Norwegian Bear Dog. Dark gray, haa nharp straight ear, look like wolf, (month coated and lia buihy tail. Will pay $10.00 reward for Information leading to recovery. Notify E. M. Joseph, Weiier, Idaho. II. W. Wlthyconite la in Union tbla week atteudlug the annual atock abow. Me will alio viait ooaat point. Mr. and Mr. Ulien are home from Uolse, where Mr. Ulen woo one tint and one aeoond on the auto race. He ued a atock machine, while tbe winner uaad racer. The Doroae olaaa of tb...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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