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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 27 August 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED BVEKY THUHSDAT Entered in the pnstofllce lit Ontario Oregon, tnr transmission throngh the mail a necond -class matter. M. E. BAIN. Publisher. Wfiy Made in Oregon? The state in the midnt of a "made-in Oregon campaign". Every Oregon consumer know a that in a good thing for Oregon. Every agency of education and publicity the newapa pers, the commercial club, the mer chants, th manufacturers ia used to foater the ncntiment for home-made articles. Protect home induatry ia the commercial religion of Oregon. Hut wool, cheese, egga, butter fruit, lumber anil shingle, and many aimilar prodct, and are made in Oregon, iuat aa furniture, breakfast food, canned good, clothing, hlanketa, and innumer able other articles of tlniahed manufac ture are made in Oregon. The Oregon hen. the Oregon cow, the Oregon farm and the Oregon or chard the mainatay of thotiaiid of home are iuat aa much entitled to protection aa the merchant anil the manufacturer. The country storekeeper of O...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 27 August 1914

1 .-.- ifvo I mm Rexall Rem Eastman Kodaks lies -' in i Pharmacy Ontario LOCAL NEWS F. B. Hall and wife returned Friday from an extended trip in the interior. Mian Grace McLaughlin was in On tario Saturday enroute to Vale. J. A. Williams went to Caldwell Monday on a huainean trip. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Winferd Sea weard Sunday a son. C. C. Wilson of Nyaaa waa in On tario Monday on buaineaa. Mian Marie Pinney left for a week 'a viait with frienda in Weiaer Tueaday. Mra. I. J. Dixon and Mrs. Evana went to Jamieaon Wednesday to viait Mrs. A. G. Brooke. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glenn and son Wesley returned to their home abovj Vale Wednesday. MiHs Emma McGivern accomponiwl Mr. and Mra. E. B. Butler Sr. to Pay ette Monday in their car. Chaa. Anderson and family and Miaa Ruth Teat returned Monday from an extended vacation trip to the mountaina. Attorney Ed R. Coulter of Weiaer was in Ontario on professional husinesa Tuesday. Lamm's Wool Suiting to your meas ure. Art Dunnork, Tailor. Ontario Pre...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 27 August 1914

OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Ivents Occurring Throughout the State During the Pitt Week. 8alem Rule May Change. Balem. A ' commission rosnHgrlal farm of gov 'nmxTit for 8alm baa mn raoomnipmlod by a r-ommltfln up awlntpd by the mityor and rlty council to mnko an Investigation. The report recommends ii government by HPven aommlH' iniinrn. MM from enr-h wnrd, . t bp elcrted nt liirge, and tin- MM ! Salving i lie l:ni;i i vote to ba chair uii or mnyor. A city MMUMJM would lie thosea by Mm coniiiiisHioii NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences Of The Past Week From Cities In Our State Fifty-Cent Drop at Portland. Port hind l-'rnm Its record blKh ftici- In tin' Ini .il market ot f H 1)5 per gutitlred, which It hml tniilntnlncd for Mvrnil duH. en ne tiiigar took u sutl M drop to $7 55. All other griirleH lao fell off 50 centa. Meiilers any Ibpy hnvc ii(i sot MMCPriiiliii'd wheth er the fpdernl InvpatlKiitlon ordered by President WIIhoii la resonllile. Wldowe' Pene...

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. — 3 September 1914

ONTARIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow VOLUME XVIII M J1EUR COUNTY'S FIFTH AND ECHOES FROM THE BIG BOOSTER EXCURSIONS Run by Ontario Commercial Club for the Fair. PRESS LAUDS THE ENTERPRISE The excursions run by the Commer cial club laat week and the week be fore stirred up ii lot of enthusiasm In all th places visited The pnpera In the different towns guvr good write upg uml commended the enterprise of tho member In their effort to adver-ii-.- the county fair The Weler Signal had a fine write up of the playing of the baritone olo by LeRoy Muni-, the youngest Imrlton soloist In the world, who reads and plays all kinds of music readily, al thoiiKh only ten yearn old. The .luntiira Tlmea hiKhly com- niended the work of the hooatcr and promlaed thut their aectlon would be well repreaented at the Fair, loth with an exhibit and In nttendauta. The Vule Enterprise commended the Hplrlt of the affair and pre...

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. — 3 September 1914

HOW AEROPLANES ARE USED IN WAR Gurtiss Pictures Duels In Air Be.ween Fleets of Planes. SOLVE MANY PROBLEMS. Famous American Aviator Thlnka That Struggle Will Preduoa Ad vanoamant In Bcienoe of Flying Ka peots Damonatration af Aotual Use fulness. Now York. An Interesting picture of the iriNHll)llttlta of tha aeroplane, tha hydroaeroplane and tha dirigible In tha Rtirnppnti war waa given by Glenn II OurllHH In a talk at the Aero club The aviator assorted thnt the utlllzn lion of tin- (lying runchine to the bent ailvniitni-o will in- the great problem of two conflict Mr. OBftaBj "n Id the aeroplnnv bnd alriinh proved It worth In warfare and cited the expenditure of approxi mately $(ni,(KNJ,ikni hy ICurnpean gov ertiinciita for niillt.ii nvlatlon. Only Kngliinil and Kranru, he said, ha vi- given the world any good Idea of their aerial forcea. Germany long ago censed In give out auch liiformn tlon. while ItiiNNla Ihi . never leen coiu tniinliMtlvn on the subject. "Suppose, for example," ...

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. — 3 September 1914

Paint Keeps the Home Bright Hfl A LITTLE paint here, a touch of enamel there, a brushful of varnish yonder everyone can see a dozen or more such opportunities for brightening i and beautifying the home. Perhaps it's the outside of the house that needs protection from the ravages of the weather; perhaps it's a chair, or dresser, the floor or wood work that has become worn and shabby, or perhaps it's the family carriage, the farm wagon or the lawn swing that has ceased to be a source of pride. No matter what it is that has become marred and unsightly from age and wear, there's an Acme Quality paint, enamel, stain or varnish that will exactly fit the need. We are agents in this vicinity for ACMEQUAUTT i PAINTS AND FINISHES the most scientifically prepared, the most satis factory in appearance and wear, made in the largest paint and varnish plant in the world. Simply tell us what you want to do, ask for the proper Acme Quality goods for that purpose and i you are sure to get the best th...

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. — 3 September 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVRKY THUK8DAT Enteral in the postoftVe at Ontario Oregon, for trnnpiiiixcioM through the mails as necnnd-clRH matter. M. E. HA IN. Publisher. The Vain Knterprlw published a loncthly editorial laHt week which wan erldentlv MvM to dnrpivo the peo ple regarding the move to change to rounty neat from Vale to Ontario. Thorn wan one statement In the article nearly true, that Iti regard to the addi tional rout to persons living wont of Vale, hut II failed to Hlnte that lean than fifteen per cent of the people who are compelled lo go to Vale would be affected, while the 6! per rent who aro now compelled to pnsn through Ontnrio to niicli Vale would nave that one dollar and with the other 20 per cent who now make Ontario their headiiiiirterH when compelled to visit Viil i i rr would liu no chango. In alulliu: Hint Um chnnyo would coiif the loimtv tM, It itaply lidded a few . tin i pher- . U Hi-' OOat "onl.l not i Mtd two hundred dollars. While lha Bounty WU only pnrtl...

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. — 3 September 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS Remember the Firemen will nlve iliiiw In Moore Mall on Monday even ing, September 7. Don Conklln returned a few dayii ago from a trip to Hums and the sur rounding sections. Dick Dearmond was down from his ranrh on Monday, transacting som- iiii' tin , here. Mrs. Fountain, of Casmere, Wash., was the guest of the Mrs- Moman sev eral days this week Mrs I'urccll arrived home Monday from a visit with her daughter at Mal heur City. Julian Hurley, the Vale attorney, was here Wednesday looking up location. Do ii"t overtook that excursion to Villi' Friday for the PhN rs and th'' better babies. Robortl, Ibi .luiiturn marshal, was shiikltiir bniuls with old friend In n i., t v , . -1 The I'm nl fruit grOWOtl held n mcet- tmt in the Command dab roomi on Monday evenliiit Looil llurtli' will In' plOMOi to see yon at his barber shop at any time, but at pec In 1 1. v fair week The race meet at .Ionian Valley last week was a ureal success and...

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. — 3 September 1914

I OYSTER SHELLS. Onct LIU Valued, Thay Art Now Boon to Qyttor Growort. Ton year ugo nnj- atnfifM could pot the Hliore location of mi o.vntir elicry by mcnua of (ho riiiiminotli plica of oyster aholH. These wits Ikeitpcd tip on tin- hIioii In i i :it mnckM BOinetlmca from iiiin to forty feet lu "fcelght. ThflHo shells were consiiloml Vf little value. In uiHiiy plat-en they (pro artnnlly irlren a way ami they Cera naed to lie crushed up and spread 'r road heia and they were alao thorncd In order to get the lime from them. Today these pllon have disappeared tid if you wanted n ton or ho of (hem Eon would have to pay n pretty good rice, atmply heeauae the ownera want to dump them hack Into (he tea. There lined (o bo n great ileal of MURlenlty In preparing oyster beds fur breeding piitpnsi's. Then It waa ill IDOLS OF THE ANCIENTS. Thoae That Oava Their Namaa te the Day of the Week. In the muaetim at Berlin there are rcproKciitntlona of the Idola from which the namea of the daya of the we...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 September 1914

SUMMONS In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Malheur County. Charles E. Cochran, Plaintiff Vs. Elmer Wicklund, Frank Quirk. Frank C. Woodford anil .Jennie L Woodford, hia wife, and T. B. Garrison, Jr., De fendants. To Elmer Wicklund, Frank Quirk, Frank C. Woodford, and Jennie L. Woodford, his wife, four of the above named defendants. In the name of the state of Oregon, greeting: You, and each of you, are hereby re quired to appear and answer the com plaint filed against you in the above en titled cause and Court on or before the 15th day of October, 1914, the same being the last day of the time prescrib ed by order of the court directing ser vice of summons in said cause to be made upon you by publication, and if you fail so to appear and answer, for want thereof, the plaintifT will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the complaint, towit: for judgment gainst the defendants Frank C. Wood ford and Jennie L. Woodford, his wife, for the sum of two thousand ($2000...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 September 1914

FRUITLAND NEWS ITEMS HOW TO PICK A GOOD FAIR EXHIBITS AND THE The funeral of Mm. Klorcnc" Mflrhor was hold at the I'Rvctte Han tlst rhurrh Krlilay at 10:00 a m. A Inn . number from hern atteniletl. The pnllbearerH worn Lulu and Marie Buyor, Nellie Wolr, Alice :.i .. II Ruth Dracewell Elsie Srhmlri. 8ho wan laid lo rent In tho Rlvernled rere tery. The hereavod onon have tho heartfelt sympathy of their many friends here Jester Jlranthoorer ntnrlH to f'or- Talllj WedneHday of thin week whcr DAIRY COW Her lingular form Ih the first lm prtMtOfl one gttl when looktag at a hlKh-i)ri)diicln dairy cow. huvh Pro fessor W A. Hair, Federal and Aurl eultural College field dairy Hpeelallsts. This effect Is due to the Kreat rapacity of tho organs of production. The gen eral effect Is described as "wedge-shaped-" The dairy cow shows three wedges be will attend the O. A. (' again this1 " '"" frm" "' front' another from the year Mrs H Mrs. Joel Mayer and three children Philip. I'hllls and Clair arriv...

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. — 10 September 1914

IIP ONTARIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon tiMbveia 'Atans. The Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us jrrow The Produce from 15.000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVIII ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1914. NO. .",7 m 115 BUSHELS Or CORN TO THE ACRE Is Record of One Boy In the Corn Contest. ALL OF THE BOYS DO WELL Professors Rnlloy. Pitts and Shlnn Invostlgntod tho corn crops MM grown by Home of the boys who are entered in the core content mid they round things that surprised them. A son of Frank Johnson has a Maid (hat It Is estimated will yield lift bushels to the acre This corn Is planted thick and was also planted late, but It shows what can be done by a hoy and should be a good object lesson for somo of the men. One of the Mender boys has a field that will yield about a hundred bush els to the acre of exce...

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. — 10 September 1914

DESPAIR OF BLIND CHANGED TO HOPE Officials Seek Means to In still Spirit of Optimism. VOCATIONS FOR AFFLICTED. Nw York Commmion Adopt Japa neea Idea of Making Maeeeure of Thorn Taaohing of Saleemanehip and Canvaaaing Alao Doomed a Halpful Way of Making Sightleee Content. Nfw York -Mow to aajasj the Mind of their iliNpiilr, to endow them with a spirit of hope mid tltiiilly plum tlicra on m-lf Hiipjiort Iiik IiiimI In the prolilom that ii i li ill to I if fiii'fd li.v tlioso who arc ilfillrnl Iiik lliclr ffforlH to ullnvlitt Iiik tin- condition of tli NiKhtlfn. The N-w York "tiiti nuiilHnlon for thl' lllilltl, llllullKll H.VHll'llllltil' iirtloti, hullilfil upon mi ii 1 1 in I 1 1' - nili . lini miii i-i'iliil In hii Iiik tunny of It m wiitiIh from tln hum 1 1 hit Ion of ilepfnilenry mi n-hillvi'M or ilif puliili' pnrMf. TIiIn hits Imh'Ii iii'i'oinpllNlifil ihroiich ii" haMaV IliK of ronillniiH ,v MiMli'MM pro fli'lfiits to lliflr fflloHH, nltliniiuh the riirrli'iiliim of iiliii'iitlo...

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. — 10 September 1914

KAISER DISCUSSED BY ENTIRE WORLD BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON Loved, Hated, Admired and Likened to Roosevelt. AGGRESSIVE AND TENACIOUS flul.r at War With Nearly All the Great Powers of Europe la Not Yat Sixty Yaara Old Stubborn and Un yielding When Once He Makeo a De oiaion. Berlin. Wtlllnm II., Germnn em juTor, Is the most widely discussed ruler In the entire world toduy. for upon his hend there him deMrended the concentrated wrath of the greater part of Europe. A wonderful n m la Wlllliitn II. Mnnj worship lii 111. ninny hnte him. unci many finr him. hut nlniost every ttody ndiulren him He I in-, nil the hr preailveneKH of BeMSBeeM mid the hull Iok teniiclty of Grunt. He la n verl table hiimiifi dynnnm, nnd his vcrsn tllit.v U the uonilor of nil thone who liflve iimde n atnily of his Intensely In teresMns enreer. Whether nuin: nrtli-rs to nu BfBfff or 'otnpoaliiK n souk, whether mop plug out the run rue of n wnr tleet or pnlntltiK n picture: whether estlumtltiK the vnlue of neroplnnea na ...

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. — 10 September 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLlSHKD KVKKY THUI.'SIMY Enured in the postoflice Ht Ontario Oregon, for transtniflrifoR tlironfrh the mail" as second-class immi Ui M. E. BAIN. Publisher. The editor and contributors of the Vale Knterprlae wire a little peeved laHl week when the petition cmiliiln tan 2r08 names for the OkMfteg of the county neat to a more eontral lo cation wrh filed with the count, court, and they made some rash BtOtOflMfltS, ao rush that they could only deceive t thouKhtlcHB person. The editor concluded the move win bel'n: made to enable Dave WUooe to Hell nonie town lots 'I'IiIh Maine editor known that have YYIIhoii hdM hi Intercut In the Ontario tuwtmitu 00f four years no. John Kluliy has a communication to the editor that Ih headed "double DeiillriK," which probably refers to how hard lllghy tried to et tho On tario bunch to hack hltn In a news paper at Ontario ao he would be able to flaht with Ontario for tho chnnKO. knowing, as he statcil, that It would be made. Illnby states ...

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. — 10 September 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS Miss Hazel Evans, of Baker, is visit ing with her sister, Mrs. Ed Huffman. The power at the Ox Bow plant has been turned on. A. F. Boyer is building a barn on his place in the south end of town. Miss CumminR". of Boise, was visit ing with her parents over Sunday. Henry Blarkwell made a shipment of cattle to Chicago this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hill made a trip to Hameilale this week. Duncan MiRae came in this week from Riverside. A. E. Brown is in from Barren Val ley for a few days. Ralph Weaver was down from Vale Tuesday. Frank Miller, the Big Bend rancher, had to go over to Vale this week. Tom McGivcrn was here from Adrian the first of the week. Mr. Downs, of Boise, is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Ed Neese. Miss Carter, of VanWyck, was visit ing her sister. Mrs. Grove, this week. R. W. Swagler returned today from an extended eastern trip. Fong Wong, who spent the summer at Newport, has returned. Miss Margaret Blackaby...

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. — 10 September 1914

MYSTERY STILL FAIR EXHIBITS AND THE SHROUDS MURDER OFFICERS IN CHARGE Strangely Varying Personality o! Mrs. Carman. JEALOUS WIFE FACES TRIAL Intarett Grows Day 8h Mutt Face Jury Approaches At Timet She It Otntla Mannered and Self Contained, Again Violently Denunciatory "I Didn't Kill Mrt. Bailey," She Saye. Freeport, N Y. Several weeks have passed hIii'm- Mrs. Ixiulae Iniryen lliil ley if Hempstead was nIioI to ilpnth by MM "n' li" Ktooil Just Mtalda tin' window of lr. Edwin ('nrinnns Hm In thin plan-. I,niiK UK" Mat physician's Jealous Wlfp, Mrs. I'lni'iiH'i' OookllB I'liiiiinn, Wi'iil tlirmiuh HM ordeal Of arrest mill bull' tniPiil. iiml if now under 11 hull kvml, nualtlnit Irlnl In tin- full on a MtlMfhtef 1 1 1 1 i ii icii i Hut mi piiiI has rump h i!ip treiiieii inns Interest Hint MM awakened liy the tinrii, lii' li Is nt ill mi unsolved j.vsii-ry. Tin- iiipmIi.ii of MM uifpx unlit or hiiinrpiM'p i -till IipIiik delmtisl viuor u-i iinniiii; nut only her hlllMll and riiiiiltilni...

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. — 10 September 1914

"SINKS" AIRSHIP IN DUEL IN AIR French Aeroplane Defeats Big German Dirigible. ALL PASSENGERS KILLED. Daring Fnnchmin Sent Spa.dy Mono plan Crashing Through Great Oer min Maehlns First Battl of Ita Kind Now to B Wrlltan on Pagaa of History. London.-Tbe flrst "battle in the air" Iium been fouRbt The crnft In tbo combat were a jrinnt Oermnn Zeppelin and a French aernplnne. The I'r.-n.U-tnnn anorlflrrd himself nnd his ma chine to nun the Zeppelin. The flying nin. him nnd the airship were both wrecked nnd dnshed to enrth. Every btitnnn Im'Iiii: on lioth mnchlnes twenty-live Oemnm on the Zeppelin nnd the lone Freti'li nvlnlor wns killed. Tills, the llrit eiiKiiKenieiit of the kind the world linn ever known, occur red nt Clrey-len-Forces. The jtnllnnt Frenchman who sacrlllccd himself 01.AN1. anaoa. rAMoi-H riuuti-ii -ii.i- lAllV AVIATOR. Photo tiy American rross Association with such spectacular elan waa, ac cording to flrst reports, Holand Garroa, wall known aviator, but this waa later de...

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. — 10 September 1914

wnttttttttttttntBnnnttntttnntttnnun Attend Malheur County Fair September 15th to 19th, 1914 1 and -:ass ALEXANDERS Showing of High Art" and "Fashion" Suits for Fall For Men and Young Men Good Live News From Our Fruitland Correspondent g O0ttttOOOOOOttWOO8OOOOOtttttt NEW STORAGE AND PACK ING HOUSE FOR OUR CITY WILLIAM HOEL CALLED TO CREAT BEYOND The Smith llrnK. north of town Hre building a Itoffaga hiiiI parking house on their pliu. It in to be .10x40 feet with ItaHemeVv, Thry have a lare imp of apph-i nd they are preparing to hand Ic it to the best advantage. Rev. Ilower, hnH rented the F. C Ilowaril ranch north of town. Rev. and Mth. Mower have Hpent the MHMI ftl the home of Mm. llower'H parentH, Mr. and Mr. II. H. KinniHon, and have iniidr irmny friend, who. will lie glad to learn they have made arrangement" to "lay in'xt year. Mr. and Ml W. K. Shaw, left Tri day for BmilMtl l takt up their resi dence OB their fruit farm. Mr. Shaw ha" been atation agfflll here for the pant two ye...

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. — 17 September 1914

ON TARIO The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon wfet i& t$m. The Ontario Argus leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow The Produce from 15,000,000 acres is marketed from On tario each year e Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVIII ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1914. NO. 38 OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Events Occurring Thraugntut the State During the Patt Week. Fall Fishing Season On. Astoria. The fall tinning season an the Columbia river baa opened and every cannery on the lower rlrer, with the eicepUon of thoae at Altoena and Pillar Rook, will be In operation, while the cold storage plants will handle flah also, but probably on a limited acale. The prlrea which are to bo paid for raw riah are aa foltowa: Bllvorala'es S cents a pound, dog aalmon I conta each, ateelheada 8 renin a pound, tul llea and fall chlnooka 1 Vs cents a pound. Demented as Result of Exposure...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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