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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1913)
ONI ARIO ARGUS
PUBLISHED BVKKY THUH8DAY
Entered in the poatoffloei at Ontario,
Oregon, for trnnHiniiR tbronjrh the
mail as oecond-clann matter.
M. E. BAIN.
Editor and Proprietor
Mra. Kim Ira Meenea, 22 yenra old. It
dead at Chlco, Oal., of blood polaonlng.
caused by a playful Bcratch on hr Up
Made by her baby.
Edward Morria, the meat packer,
haa replaced J. Ogden Armour aa tha
largest individual owner of Chicago
bank atocka, with holdings of $:,'. 9ti,
000. 8amuel Oompera, president of the
American Federation of Labor, aubtntt
tad to an operation at Waahlngton for
the removal of a mastoid abacesa, and
hla apeedy recovery la predicted.
Damagea agalnat Mrs. Emmellne
Pankhurat and her two daughters and
Pethrtck Lawrence and Mrs. Tuke
were awarded London merchanta by
a Jury aa the reault of a auffragette
window amaaliing campaign.
Prominent Japanf-ae at Toklo are
Using every effort to quiet the agita
tion there for a boycott agalnat the
Fanama-Pnolflo Expoaltlon. Leading
bankera and merchanta favor aendlng
to San Francisco the finest poaaible
The aecretary of atate of Ariaona
has received petltlona hearing a suffi
cient number of algnaturea to force
an initiative vote upon the abollah
mejH of capital puniahment in that
Saturday will be the 13th anniver
sary of the adoption of the Stara and
Stripea aa the national emblem of the"
United Statea of America. In ac
cordance with a custom that haa be
oome general throughout the country
In late years, the day will be obaerved
aa Flag day by the public achoola, pa
triotic aocletiea and various other or
Without the aupport of a ainglt
dally paper In I.oa Angelea. Henry H.
Rose waa elected mayor of that city
by a majority of 8026 votaa ovar John
W Shenk. Rose Is a police Judge,
and ran as an Independent candidate.
Dr. E. J. Sweet, head of the vlvhiec
tlon department of the University of
This week we are showing
For Summer Dresses for
10c the yd.ZZL
Then we have the Trim
mings to Match.
Get a Delineator this Month
It9 8 a Splendid Number
I J ,.- ff da lBBajaslaBHv
That is one of the big advantages of the
When you .re through cooking you simply turn out the game. Than
is no wut. of hMl. And yet you can have full heat again when it a
wanted, by marely striking a match.
The NEW PERFECTION COOK STOVE U much neater and
i .i. ....I nniitl
cieanoi man mwii --
no dirty fuel; no ashes. Ask
your dealer for the New Pailec
tion Stove, it bakes, broila. roasts
Fr aW ItaaalU W. Isceauaaad
PEARL or EOCENE
Sold in hulk
Pennsylvania, waa arrested on a
charge of cruelty to dofa uaed In con
nection with university experiments
The society for the prevention of
cruelty to animals cause his arrest.
Lee Cane, an Iron moulder, haa con
fessed at Columnar., O., that he killed
Detective John J. Keardon at Steuben
vllle In 1910. Cage had previously
been tried for the murder of Reardon
and acquitted, and another trial on
the same charge Is barred under Ohio
DUatory and expenalv methods and
failure to look after the Interest of
aettlera on government landa were a
few of the accusations made agatnsv
F. H. Newell, head of the federal re
clamation aervlce, by I W. Mill, chair
man of the hoard of dlreetora of the
Great Northern railroad, at completion
of a trip through central and eastern
Oregon and parts of Idaho.
PROHIBITION SPEAKER HERE.
Rev. Dr. A. J. Bolster, of
Portland, a representative of
the Oregon Prohibition State
committee, will be in Ontario
next Saturday and Sunday, Juno
14 and 15, and will speak at
the following meetings: On
Saturday at I p. m., in the United
Presbyterian church; Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock he will
preach in the Congregational
church and Sunday evening at
8 o'clock he will have charge of
a union meeting in the Metho
On Monday evening, June 16,
tho Rev. Dr. Wilson, of Phila
delphia, Pa., a leadiug member
of the World's Conference of
Christian Citizenship, will have
charge of a uniou service in the
United 'Presbyterian church nt
8 o'clock. All are invited to
PROSPECTS EOR RAILROAD
TO M'DERMITT ARE GOOD
Alfred Wilkeraon. of McDertnltt.
is lu the city thla week, the Kneat "'
bis old-time friend. Con Hyao. Mr.
Will i tsiu i saya the prospects for a
railroad tiirouiih bla section looks
hritfliter than ever before. The sur
vet 'ire arx now working mIoiik Soldier
creek and report that they oan croae
the Owyhee on a one it.r ivnt grade.
Tba grade from Wlonemuooa through
the Hurprlae valley and MoDermitt
country is good and the only difficulty
for the enigneeia to overcome now la
the upprouob to Huake river at Home
dale, or whatever point they oroaa.
Business oooditiaoa at MoDermitt
are good, prioea of cattle and horsaa
lM-p.ii i of the condition of the Firat
National Hank at Ontario, in the State
of Oregon, at the close of bnsilieits,
Juno 4th, 1018. No. He
HKHOl III K-
I...HHKHH.I disoonuta 4
Overdrafts, aeonrttd and
I'Shoudato aeenre circu
lation U S bonds to secure Postal
IIouiIh, securities, etc
Hanking house, fnrnitnre
Other real estate owned
DM from national hanks
(not reserve ageuts)
Due f roin approved reserve
t'lieoks and other cash items
Notes of other National
Fractional aper enrraucy.
nickels, and oents
Lawn i. Monkv RBMaVn
is bUmb. nsi
Kedemption fund with (J 8
Treasurer (fl per oent of
Capital st.i-k paid in $
Mil plus fund
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and tuxes paid
National lunik notes out
standing Due to other national banks
banks and baukers
Individual deposits sub
ject to check m
Demand certificates of de-
Time certificates of depoait
Car-biers Check out
Postal Sin ings deposits
395 (113 lo
15 166 H6
PJ 500 00
1 6(10 i hi
If 468 12
6 '.'03 '-'I
X 742 :il
12 873 Ml
50 573 21
8 436 M
21 964 05
1 l.Vi HI
547 546 82
50 000 00
U5 000 00
6 421 2il
22 500 00
9 :I'.hi 24
2t 426 i2
:4 660 20
THE FOURTH OF
Will Be Celebrated at
Metropolis of Malheur County
Final Arrangement Are Being Made
to Have the Biggest Celebration
Ever Attempted in the
TWO BANDS have already been engaged
for the occasion.
Come and Celebrate With Us.
Iriulo murk a awl -.inrtirhla olxalno.1 '- no
fa. Bans ii.. m. I SMi haa or phoda) awl .1.
K-riii. fr rata iiauch i -
on palenlaMllty liana rwfaram-aa.
PATINTI BUILD rORTUNII SH
you. Our it, . i. -...u.i. u ll how. what lo Invit.l
awl aav you nuajj. Writ today.
D. SWIFT & CO.
303 Seventh St. Washington, D. C.
Total 647 545 62
State ofOrftfpn. m
County of Malheur. I
1 c K Kenyou, cashier of the above
uai'ned' lank. do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of mv knowledge and belief.
CE Kkn yon, Cashier
A. L. Cock rum,
H B ;Cockkrnm, Directors
A. N. Solias
SubsoiiU'd and sworn Ul lie fore ine
this lOti. day of June, 1013.
f seal I J- W. McCulloch.
lbeH" Notary Public.
a TJlandaa-f" Moocin aailitvom
A DAINTY BATHROOM
Adda to your romtort
Adda to your convenience
knlisui-f i thr selling; -due of your home
tt the fullest yalue out of your invt.tinent
by our experience in planninf
by our modern methods in exeiuting the
and the use of "SUndaed" plumbing fixt ure
U. S. PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
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University of Oregon-Summer School
June 23, August 1. 1913
Twenty-five Inatructorw Fifty Coon
DistinRuished Kastern Educators Added to Regular Faculty.
Univeraltyjnormitories Open. Board and Room 3.50 jier week.
Reduced Railroad Rates
For Complete Illustrated Catalog, Addretw
THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
200 Acres for Sale
Fifty acres has been seeded to alfalfa.
Some buildings. All under fence.
Railroad line through tract. On Snake
river. Well drained bench land. Elec
tric pumping plant can be installed for
12 per acre. Will cut up to suit buyer.
Address Box 128, Ontario, Oregon
Empire Lumber Co
Rock Springs and King Coal
June and July $7.50 Delivered At yard $7.0