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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 September 1914

FIGHTING KINGS CLOSELY RELATED FOREIGN BORN IN U. S. German Emperor Blood Kin to Nearly All His Opponents. WAR A BIG FAMILY QUARREL Remarkable Resemblance Batwaan King Qaerga of England and Ctar Nicholaa of Ruaaia They Are Firet Couama Nearly All Reigning Mon arrhi Decendanta of Victoria. IxindoD Annlyr.p tin- (Imm1 rotation Hhlps cxiNliiiK HliioiiK Hi'' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 : i r h -of the w in rin- niiMoim f Kurnjie iiml tin- jrrwit miilli't now In profraM ! MM atftctlj fninlly hhiiiti-I In TohinK pin tliiiltuly the 'lill'lri'ii nml gmndcbjldrrt ni tin- fNila Vlrturln. OWtl v "f i:i'llUi'l. Wllllillll II. of in 'tnanj .' 1 1 1 ' I Mm marina of Ituaala mi' nil iramlcblMfM of Victoria, s re tin' kataer! iiroi imt. Prince Henry of I'ruiMln; tin- I ul pf Sn m-inlnm.-. Iln Qmod I'iiKc uf Hfajaje), Princa A I lii-rl of Bcbleawif-Uolatela nml tin- tllH il ll; ! 1. 1 tile llilllv.. Of lllllll'll Imtl'. nil uf wliniii nir nilii-iM In tin' (ii'i'iiiiin ii rni On tin- I'.ntflMi hlili- li s- a& ...

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. — 17 September 1914

GERMAN SUPPLY OF FOOD IS LIMITLESS Von Bernstorif Says Country ; Is Self Sustaining. CONSULTS ABOUT WIRELESS SOUTH TO GROW CATTLE. Kaiser's Ambassador to United State 8aya Hoepital Waa Mada Inaida of Fortress and That Attack by Zeppe lin Followed la Only Ona Author ised to Speak For Germany Here. Waalilng-tnii. "Our crops are excel lent, nnd our mipply of food could Inst forever." snhl Count von Benistor(T. the Oermnn umlmKsiulor. "(Jcritiiiny la absolutely at'lf sustaining If slut wants to lie. We nre reaping the results of policy, ('(inilruined by certnln per ona, of keeping up our agriculture nt ny SOU to the nation, an that the ciiitn- try would he aide to sustain Itself." "Hut If the iiirn are all gone to war how will the crops he withered?" "There are Hillllclrnt men to reap We have no iinin.t people that vu can not put thi'iii all In the army. CJer many has a male population of at least HMMMWQ, Aa for our f:i. toilers. I do not know how many of them are la'lng kept open There...

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. — 17 September 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLiSH Kl) KVBKY TTI l.'liNI) A Y EtiiiTnl in thK postnflic Ht Ontario Ornifon. for transmission tlimntih the mails h " 'nl flu-- mutter M. K. RAIN. Publisher. So fnr the Ktitorprlno lias bON iMc to MSM Mvo hipii who OPPOM the removal of the county scut to Ontario. W V fnvlnpss. U. 0. Wl I er, V H. LftWnae, .? V. l.viH tirl Julian lliirlov.. The petition of the MM pOJrOfl contains 2.Min names RkltiK for win h removal. for It to keep pretty eloup to the land nil the time'' The nation that linen Its larul Is Rtrong and Relf-reliant KnKland has done something whleh may well cause our own country to consider the Importance of the farms and the depelopment of agricultural resources. Any unjust taxation upon i the land, through the states, holds m k this development and the pro posed 1SOO tux exemption iiniendment to be voted upon In Oreon this fall Is the sort of thlntt, which by ariillng from ''' to C PW cent to the tax upon land tends to keep the people away from the far...

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. — 17 September 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS Mr. unci Mrs. Pete Duford Rnd Mrs. Peterson, were visitors to Boise Satur day. Ben Rose is down from Cambridge visiting with friends for a few days. Ortm W. Cooly and Clarice Miller, of Andrews. Harney couuty, were mar ried at the ConKreKational parsonage Tuesday evening, Rev. Koenig officiat ing. George P Reichen and Kate A Orris, two popular young people of Juntura, were married Wednesday morning fi a. m , at the Catholic Church. Rev. Father Brady officiating. Dr. Smith, the democratic candidate for governor of Oregon, was here Wed nesday interviewing the voters. Frank Hader is home from his trip to the east. He went to Wisconsin with hiH daughter and then visited the trade centers. He found the middle west anil Know nf the Mouth in had shape and he says the west and northwest Is in the best shape of any section he visited. II II. Wetherspoon is an apple man. but he keeps a few hundred pigs to eat ill) the cull apples 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. — 17 September 1914

BATTLED NATURE IN DIGGING CANAL Cost of Removing Dirt Less Than First Estimates. SLIDES CAUSED THE TROUBLE Enough Dirt Fell Baok In Oiteh to Build Chineae Wall Savon Foot High and Seven Feet Thick Extending From New York to California. Economy Praeticod at All Times. Washington. "The only reason shlim were not using Hid I'nimnm canal ten months iiii, when tho locks wore first ready. Is Hint nature WM linttMnjf to tin- lust illl' N in lnr ciTnrts to thwnrt tlir purpoi of ni.ui In put a shlpway UiroUgtl tln vitals of pimul nlil ('iilclirit mountain." vis William Joseph Sho- wiiiiiw. nrho rtaltvd tin-canal knm many times darlnn tin- progrwa of tin- work there, In H riimiliillili :itinu to tile Nil- 1 1 -i i . 1 1 1,1 .1 -i iphlc toctotj "llviT "."til ions of mound lying out side f tlio Intendnd banki 'if tin' ' nni mill containing ovof MMNOuOOQ n Me s.'inls nf material wen1 swept hy fin I lira with silent hut terrific forco down IntO tile ennui." lie assorts "Tills nnalatiRlit demorali...

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. — 17 September 1914

PRESS MUZZLED BY KITCHENER Secretary For War Bosses Troops and Newspapers. RULES WITH AN IRON HAND What Ha Want Printad la Prlntad, and Whan Ha 8ye "No" tha Story Ooaa Into tha Waatabaakat Engliah Not Enthusiastic For War, but Thay Walcome It Now Sine. It Startad. IjhhIiiii. The rptiannililp of wnrnpwa Js (Me iimM complete .iiid rluld mmi nil cnilinirliiK ccimuiahlp tlmt wiim ever rnliirrnl mImcc reimoinlilp whh Invent ed. N i 1 1 1 1 1 1 k whatever wmi given out In the early duya of the war except that Willi h favored tin- llrltlsh nldc. It WflM obviotl Unit the (lenniuix were moving remorxeleXMU on, even If thev were not umvliiK iniieli fnster t tint) n jrlaeler. Milt the liew-HpnperH were only allowed to print new of more or i'"M doubtful llelclan vlrforle. They jtrew restive under It. hut that was all the Rood It did them. I. mil Kitchener I In command. "Kltch" lllii'H a newspaper mini nhotit in well us a Jeweler like 11 safe blow er. There are limes when Kitchener uants aomethl...

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. — 17 September 1914

mmmmmwmfwmmmmmwmmmttmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmimm r of season always just $15.00 No large profit to begin good or bad buHiness. 3 1 $15.00 the one and only price of BROADWAY SUITS I MACKINAW COATS r vidual patterns to select from all different all new fc made in the newest models. ALEXANDER ONE PRICE CLOTHIER iuiiuiuauuiuiuuiuiiuiuaiaiuiaiiaiuiuaiiuiuaiiuiuiuiuiiiiuiaaiiuiuiiiiuiuuuuiuai T fOU HAND TO M. BROADWAY SUITS Challenge the World Fall & Winter, 1914 $13.00 Better materials, better trimmings, more snap and g style than you averagely find in suits 1 costing full $5.00 more. Yes, There's a Reason And a very important one SUITS sell first, last and all For Men, Young Men and Boys More than 50 ONTARIO, OREGON 3 etvU to yOU th jc w UTt o po M- Ttt4 sEtL tfA tb ceot, 40 T- mice ;eoi & 10 , S9eC t Uc oV .i' ". ' . CO- M Si B ft . N- OUR SOLICITOR OR DCLIVCRYMAN M. COMPANY ONTARIO. OKKGON 3 5 3 BROADWAY SUITS I better linings, I to you. BROADWAY the time, in season, out 3 with no ...

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. — 24 September 1914

ONTARIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon tfNtfarfjo 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 24. 1914. NO. ;19 m vm. WARM SPRINGS RES ERVOIR TO BE BUILT By Government and State Engineers. LARGE TRACT TO BE WATERED Tho government bus withdrnwn nil laniU under tho Owyhee project nnr proline to water the lands with wnters stored In the Warm Springs reservoir- That la rather a fttartlliiK announce ment to the average reader, hut the engineers have completed the pre lluiiuary survoys and will be nlile to cover all land under tho 200 foot contour. When th" engineers made a ilicr.ii.ii tent of the alto for a damn on Warm Springs creek they found It would ho an easy ami cheap propor tion to hulld a dam and the Intent was to on...

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. — 24 September 1914

1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS rMA'lv..rtl-!!i.-nU WANTKI) Teacher to ive three privHte IcHHonn each week, in Grammar an. I Mathamaticn. Address. Box l'l. Ontario. Oregon. 3-t Umm'n Wool Suitings to your meas ure. Art Dunnock, Tailor. Ontario Presaary For rent, I room house, 2 UodU north of school honso. Win. Hi'Hle. phone 20ft k. We have h omfnrtuMr room fitted OB oapcoially for tlio laditi where they can rest.write checks and letters and not he crowded or Intruded on; Itditl are inrit ed to cidl and open an account. ONTARIO NATIONAL HANK Three loU for aale 2 blooka weet of poetofrJce at a bargain. Inquire at Argna orfloa. Third OtttHag Alfalfa hay for lie, $( per ton delivered. Inquire W. II Doolittle. Lots for Sale I in HWMI addition, near sub station. In quire at Argus. You can pet four splendid maguineH one year for 18 rents xtru by renewing your sub cription to the Argus. Safety oej . two sizes ami 1 "xes for rent; two prices; an absolutely snie nietnoo oi aeep ing your valuable ...

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. — 24 September 1914

Best in Cloth Best in Make That is why "Wooly Boy" clothes carry the strongest guarantee of satisfaction that it is pos sible to attach to any boys' clothes. Hoys' clothes cannot bo built bettor than "Wooly Hoy" clothes. They are made from superior all-wool fabrics, fast in color and thoroughly shrunk to preserve shape. They are tailor ed for hard wear. They are made in sanitary shops for your boys' pro tection. "Wooly Boy" Clothes sell from $3.75 to $7.50 Boyer Brothers & Co. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Willl.lli ll.nlry A Frank Talk with the Voters of Eastern and Central Oregon Eastern and Central Oregon have been want ing and needing a United States Senator for a long time. A Senator t Washing' ton who would work for their interests and would get something forthe great, big undeveloped interior of Oregon. Who would protect their wool and farm pro ducts; get Federal money for irrigation and roads, and bring in jyeople to occupy the land. Who would collect some of the debts of Oregon a...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 September 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUm, .silM EVEKY THUK8DAT Entered in thf tnBtflic nt Ontario Oregon, for transmission throngh the mails as second -class matter. M. K. MAIN. Publisher. A llnsincs Proportion- The tax payers of Mainour county liavr treated the question of county oat removal an a strict business proposition. They 8,'p Itnprow.i with the businesslike methods of the On tario people and are cpilck to ace the advantages offered them by tha; t( rtv Wi nre offered a new up-to-date coi'rt linn., nnd Jail building, site and ml'. free of every charge, In a good live town that la steadily growing and will aoon be a rlty of goodly propor tlonH, and the question Ih whether we will accept that proposition, and move the seat of government to Ontario, or will we continue to do business In tho old antiquated structure In a town that la nteadlly declining In every respect. It la only a question of a few years until we will have to have a court house that will properly meet the demandH of Malheur county. ...

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. — 24 September 1914

MaNVs' Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS The management had a hard time of it Friday with the wind blowing and dust flying, but made the best of it and gave a good show. With the good weather today this will be the best of the week from an enter tainment standpoint as there are several new numbers and nil the finals to run off. General Superintendent Whit ney, Assistant General Freight Agent C. I. Tuttle and Division Superintendent Stevenson, of the Oregon Short Line, i-ame in Friday to teethe fair. They were accompanied by Hi Dunn, the Payette railroad man. John Forbes wu visitor from Nyssa Tuesday. B. F. Farmer, the nominee for sur veyor from Nyssa, was in Ontario on irrigation matters Wednesday. Mr. Farmer is a thorough surveyor and en gineer. H. L. Pratt was down from the Owy hee Wednesday on business. Hub Walters came down from his Owyhee ranch Wednesday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I . J, Hurtle on Tuesday. A daughter was born Sunday at the hospital...

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. — 24 September 1914

. If it's a surface to be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or fin ished in any way, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. Paints and Finishes For Fall "Fixing Up" No money brings such satis faction as a few cents spent in the Fall for ''touching up" shabby floors, furniture and woodwork. All winter long the bright, attrac tive and wholesome home is a source of constant pleasure. ACME QUALITY PAINTS AND FINISHES are the kind to use. Simply tell us what you want to do and we will give you the proper Acme Quality Kind for your particular purpose. Let us tell you Five Strong Reasons for Fall House Painting. LEGAL NOTICES William McBratney Hardware - Furniture - Undertaking LOCAL AGENT. ONTARIO, OREGON aforeaalJ be opened at tlie hour of I o'clork a m. and remain open until (lie hour of 7 o'clock p m , except for one hour between 12 o'clock M. ant! 1 o'clock p ni., when they will be closed. The vote at sail election shall be by ballot nnd the ballot shall be supplied to t...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 September 1914

) T1! r incrLiguo r 1 sbbbbWIV ' ae '9 Kimball's Dairy EarmerJ "i OREBNS Fruii Grower H il m. jjL fVL. mmMWi n eBtr ij e.-OL flr I- tf ' W 1 aBaw IffaYaBaWt 'aTJ W SF B 5 rJtyjm' i A. McWILLIAMS Proprietor. A umio" and any of ONLY VUWT vmna MALACTtt THI. UFARMEHSWE Jn A . - "t ' .C'J- $1.25 Our Paper and Any One of These Clubs $1.25 SEVERAL leading publishers of magazines have joined with us in one of the greatest subscription bar gain offers aver put out in this country. Through this combination everybody will be able to get a yearly subscription to three magazines in combination with our weekly paper at practically the price of our paper alone. J In this list you will find forty different periodicals formed into thirty-five different dubs. Bach club has 3 magazines, except one Special Gub which has four magazines; some of these maga zines sell for aa much as $1 a yesr. They are all good and cover a large variety of choice reading matter, including History, Music, Religion, Educati...

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. — 24 September 1914

PRIZE WINNERS. .. Plymouth. litt Jur i-inned prunes Mis. Zlm tHWSt Mn M. I'arllle. H HI Jii f i uint'il pluniH Mrs. Pools, Mi- .mi ' in ' in. i " BW ' .1 1 P .iiinril d( N Inn ii Mis A. U. Cain, Ml J. 11. Karlcv. It4iit Jur cunm-d raxiitH-rriea Mm. Weh'h, Mrs. i-.irltle. li.st Jur i-.iiiik-iI sjtrnwusrrlsn Mn K. It. -Ijt t on. Mix. '. TiifwInK. Hi jt. runm-il giniMi lii-rrlit- Mrs If. X.ir in. I in. in. Mn. A. Ii. Cain. I I in" I ;. ) i.-ir . mi. .1 n-1 01 Mih Wnltii', Mrs Q Inline i iniin. BhM iin i mn. id Lot ui In i ri h J A Mih N. I'lirllli-, Mr. I'nolo. i'.i Ml Jmi i.uiiatucs Mih. Zlmriur mit r. , Mrs. N 'arllle. V.i Ml In- . iiin.-il corn Mrs Pools, Irs X.iinin.i iii.ui Hi-st Jur r.inni-.l hesn Mr SSI m -n t in.. ii. ili A. II Onln. iimi j it onnMi pw Kn Bin Mirmnn, Mrs I-:. M. (!:nk, Psjrttla BsWt l)ii . . nini-1 iiiiii.I in Mrs. A A. lii-i'il. Mrs .lintiicriii in PwwriWi itelUoM mni Plt-klra. Hcst . ..Hi-ill. in iiri-m-rvi-il fruit th.. I Thomimoii, Mrs. M It 01 l"ll Baal in...

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. — 1 October 1914

Up ONURIO-The Future Metropolis of Eastern Oregon The Banner Wool Market for the Interior of Oregon (BnUt0 xm. The Ontario Arjru leads in Prestige, merit, and Circula tion. Watch us grow The Produce from 15,000,000 acres it marketed from On tario each year Representative Newspaper of Ontario and Malheur County. VOLUME XVIII ONTARIO. OREGON, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1914. NO. 40 m YOUNG MAN IS ELECTROCUTED While Moving a Hay Der rick Under Power Line. FORGOT ALL ABOUT DANCER O- I. I iin-.h;i in was electrocuted here Monthly while moving a hay derrick, dying a few hour after tho accident l Mm -1111111 and several other had been atackliiK hay went of the city, near the hitch power linen and were moving the derrick to start another atack nearer the power line, two teamn hauling th' derrick, when the boom atruck the power line. Dlngham waa caddylng tlio fork, connected to tho iinnm with n calile and the boom waa bound with a stool rod. Fortunntely the automatic clutch threw the power off whe...

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. — 1 October 1914

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Pfct(AilvrtltctiimU WANTKI) Tkaciihr to Rive three private lessons each week, in Grammar ami Mathamatics. Address, Rox 21, Ontario, Oregon. 3-t For rent, I room house, 2 blocks north of school bOBMi Wm. Beagle, plmnc aw k. LOTS FOR BALI :i in Riverside H-l-Utifin, near sub station. Inquire at -Argus. Haff.tv DaVOMT BOIM Knit Kknjt Two rim and two prices; an absolutely nmfe method of keeping your valuable papers protected against Iohh by fire or theft, Ontario National Hank. Trim Lots Foil Sale 2 blocks west of pontollice, at a bargain. In quire at Argus ollin . Wl have a comfortable room fitted up especially for the ladies where they ran rent, write checks and letters and not he crowded or intruded on; ladies arc invited to call and open an account. Ontario National Bank. Train Service. Fast bound Ontario, (Iwkod,' Juna 1st, 1U14 Tin... 'labia No 73 No 1H Oregon Wash L'td '2:51 a m No 7tt Hnlse I ..... i. .-r 8:f0 a in No In Fastern Kx press 12:12 p in No 7...

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. — 1 October 1914

Cold Weather Will be hero soon, why not be prepared for it? A visit to our store will show you what you will need as we are carrying complete lines in all fall and winter goods Mid shoes for men, women and children. Our Prices Are The Lowest Our Goods Are The Best Call in and see for yourself. We Strive To Please Golden Rule Store Ontario, Oregon LOOK FOR THE GOLDEN FRONT Best Job Work at THflf ?!WfJ TTTTfffc TTfH'l W T"'''i'g !. wuUtttm -sLstastiei T nrr ImuMV SmMiUm B-ACir :,-. .i "4gra I. ,--llprWfclWCI z!War!Trl I Wm. McBratnev g ta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR And LICENSED EMBALMER U Pallet AiKiu'rwl Prnmnllv I)v nr N'iirLt u 43 Day and Night 'Pnones ONTARIO, est w w tnt AMCRIUmN no It 15 OtLAYEr Protest Against Abrogation of Treat les to Separate From Powen' Washington. Ambassador Morgen thau Informed the state department of the character of the proteata made at Constantinople by the various pow era against the abrogation by Turkey of extra-territorial rights and other privileges which s...

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. — 1 October 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED KVBKY THUK8IMT Entered in the postoffioe at Ontario Oregon, for transmissioN thrnngh the mm 1m km second -class matter. M. E. BAIN. Publisher. Which Ib True ? The frantic appeal made by the ralo people to ki'ep tli county Heat at Vale, lent the town of Vale will lie utterly ruined and destroyed, In a MMfWMtM on lh" part of the Valr people tlmt there Ih nothing to their town hut Mia coimti Hi'iit The Vale paper Ih full MCt Issue of matter written In llM liuhllHher and contrlhtili d by the pub- lie arKiiliiK against tho removal of the ,tn, ,..., - 'I'l... I.mh,I.... ,.f Ika I '"""lT n,a ... . ...- m,um In UMM articles Is that the removal of the BOWtJ H,'"l from Vale to Ontario will ' utterl, ruin and destroy Vale.' While" It will be of but little benefit to the town of Ontario ." Now, sup pose we should admit that these state ments are facts. The question Is why arc they facts' Why would the re moval of the count) Heat from Vale to Ontario "utterli ruin Vale '"...

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. — 1 October 1914

Ontario Pharmacy Eastman Kodaks Rexall Remedies LOCAL NEWS Peas Are Profitable. M. M. Hell and son, Hen. rained peas for the rannery this season They settled the other day with (len. Patch, and found that their returns amounted to $x3.ir per acre. Con alderliiK the fact that the pens were grown In a young orchard and that the trees have had a good growth, this sounds pretty good. They have prepared tin- ground and sowed tur nips and will doubtless get several tons of turnips for a second crop. Payette Valley soil, Intelligently cul tivated, plays fair every time with the man who works It. Payette In dependent An Oregon farmer who turned five head of IiIh cows Into a field of fe- ' terlta Inst two of them b. death with in two hours and only saved the other three by strenuous treatment. This plant can not be pastured with safety It is good food when properly cured, hut not otherwise. A visitor to an Insane asylum wn told that one wanl contained N i automobile Insane patients. "I wish ...

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