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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1914)
UfWM , A If or cnu iha 31 rliiK. iNEWS OF GENERAL
SHE GAVE UP
Physicians Failed To Help Mrs.
Green, But She Finally Found
Relief In Cardui.
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INTEREST IN IDAHO
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With Dew buildinge, barter equip
rnciii. enlarged gruunde, 4od many ad
ditiooe to II feculty, the Univerelrv
of Oregon will begin ile thirty -Beats
year Tueeday, September 19.
Special training for Bumee. Jour-
tiilmn. Law Medicine, Teaching. LI
hrerv Work. Music. Ar, hir.4...-
fliytical I raiuini; and Kine Ana.
I ergetl and tionget dcperimeni
of liberal education
Llkrary of aui. iban M.ee volu., Iu
ptie fyaioaatuw, rlv,a awiuiing, fully
uul"pd N . w le. Adratautrttioa
Bulldiag la towra. of lunairudioa
Tuinoa Fras Doraiiloriaa for aa and
lor womae iimimi iowmi
Writs ro. catalog aad llluatraied aoofclai
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Best Equipped Livery in
the city. Headquarters for
Hones Bought and Sold.
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FISHING BOATS ARE SUNK
16 Bntiah Boat Oaatroyad In North
Baa and Bailor Seized.
" Loudua Tl.f official Information
bureau announced a LSerman aquadron
had him 16 Urttlah flahtng boats in I
tbe North Ha.
The Admiralty ifeut.il Urn following:
"The Qaruian crulaera and four de-
troyera aucceeded In alnktng II Hrli
lab flalilug boata In the North Sea
Tbey captured a quantity of flah, and
the flahermen wera taken to vvii
helmahaven aa prlaonera of war."
low the Oerman fleet eacaped the
Biitlah war fleet which had previously
reported that the aeaa were aafe to
Britlah and neutral ahlpplng, la not
yot known. The admiralty bad an
nounced that the aeaa were now aafe
and had permitted the reaumptlon of
hipping between Antwerp, tha Dutch
and Scandinavian porta and Harwich.
Preeident Wilaon Foreyoee Tour.
Waahlngton Preakdent Wllaou an
nounced ha would not make a apeak
lng tour during tha coming caiapalgn
Ha declared hla Intention of "ataylng
on the Job" becauae of tbe "unlooked
for International altuatiou "
Alaaka Coal Bill Paaaad.
Waahlngton. Tbe Alaaka coal land
laaalng bill, which la to work with the
Alaaka railway law for the develop
ment of the coal resourced of Alaaka,
was puaaed by the houae. It now
goat) to Ibe aenate.
WRITERS DENY ATROCITIES
American Authora Bay Chargaa Not
Confirmed Agamat Germane
New York. Tbe Aaaoctated I're.e
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haa received by wireleaa from lii-rlin
a iiu'riHuge, which waa aent from All
la Chapelle to Kurllu for iraiiamlaalon.
The authora, all of whom are wall
known Amerlcmi newapaper men, Ko
ger l.ewla, The Aaaoclated PlBBBj lr
vln S. Cobb, S.ilunlu) Kvenlng I'oat
and I'hllHtliliiliiu I'lililic Ledger; Mar
ry Malleoli, ChlcuKo Dally Nawa,
Jamea O'Doiiuell Ki-mi.-it and John T.
McCutchaon, Chlcagi) Tribune, were
originally aaaigiifd to Hruaaela, and
when that ettj BBS taken they wera
returned to Alx lu ( hapelle. The tele
gram wut partly inuiilatfd by inter
Terence and certain wtirdri are nila
alng, but tin- i' xi lure atf8B In part
la clearly that inituded by the au
thora "In aplrit we unite In rendering
(ale) German atrocltien grouudleaa aa
far aa we are able lo learn
"After apeiidliig two weaka with and
accompaulng the troopa upward of
Jut) mliea we are uiiablu to report a
alngle Inatance unprovoked. We are
aJao unable to confirm rumor of mla
trealmaut of prUonera or of non com
batauta with the Oerman columna.
Thla ia true of I.ouvaln, Ilruaaala, l.u
novllle and Nam , while lu Pruaalaa
bajida W vlaiied t'hateau Holdre,
Kambre and lieauiuout without aub
atanllatlng a ninKle wanton brutality
Numeroua iBTBBtltBtBel rumora proved
grouudleaa Keiy where wa have seen
OermauH pay in.- for purrhaaea and ra
BpeciniK properly n-litr iih well aa ae
oordiog i iviluuia every consideration."
Plan for 1100,000,000 Fund Approved.
WabhiiiKtou.- The bankerH' plan for
a llOO.OOD.Oui) gold fund to meet Amer
ican obliKatiouri lo Kurope waa ap
proved by the federal reserve board.
Candidatea File Coat Accounta.
Ooeur d'Alfnf. Kecent flllnna of
cnmpnltcn exppnue account. Indlcnto
that It coat II. K. Nunon, the aoclullHt.
rnndidnte for stntp representative, 24
centa for poatnge nnd S. A. Herring
ton, socialist candidate for stale sen
ale, $2.50. Other affidavits were filed
as follows: Judge H. N. Dunn, non
partisan candidate for district Judge
ship, $150.80; James 11. Friizler, demo
cratic candidate for state senator,
$5650; V. W. Sander, republican can
didate for nssessor, $124.86; QaaffB
D. Wright, republican candidate for
auditor, $is.i !'i'. J. P. Heritage of St.
Maries, republican cnndldnte for as
feasor, $99 95.
Prune Crop la Good.
Meridian -The harvest of the 1914
prune crop of the Boise valley Is now
at Its height, and It Is estimated that
fully fid per cent of the prunes of this
section have been packed and loaded
BJBBM valley prune growers In gen
eral are realizing I yield this season
greatly In excess of their pre-hnrvest
ntitlclpntloiiF While thinner than
usual, the fruit Is reported to be lata"
er Mini of Iretter quality than In all
previous years. As a result the prune
crop of the valley, at first reported
short, will be the largest lu the his
tory of this section. Heller prices
also prevail. '
New Hoapital at Pocatallo.
I'ocalello. It la planned by the
Catholics to erect a $80,000 hospital
on the east side of the city, Immedi
ately adjoining the church on th.it
aide of town.
Slaters of Mnry were here from Salt
Lake to confer with the local authori
ties and Father Haudoctoni and I'. C.
O'.Malley have gone to llolse lo take
tin matter up with the bishop of this
diocese, anil the prospects are except
tonally good for the construction of a
most substantial IiuIIiIIiik of three
stories, the plans having been approv
ed ami the matter of financing the
project being now the only Item under
FISH CAR PLANTS MANY FRY
Eight Million Voung Fish For Idaho
I.ewlston The fish car of the slnttt
game department, which has been In
this district for the past month, has
returned lo the southern part of tho
stale On this trip the car has tr.ui
sported for planting i. 5011,1100 Iry,
brlngiiiK the total for the season, p Int
el! In tho streams of ihe north, lo 4,
11. This Is the first year in sev
erul thai the streams of the north
have been replenished and the game
department Is well satisfied with its
work. When the car reaches the
Mint hern part of the state It will dla
tribute Mm. oon young fish to the
streams near Welser. Silver Citv,
Mountain Home, American Falls.
Downey, Hurley. Hill City and Kel
chum. The car will operate from the
Hay Spur hatchery, and will complete
this year's work when 4.onu,ooo ouiik
fry have been distributed In tbe south,
making a total of 8.OOO.1100 for the
7700 Shaap Bent Eaat.
(Irangevllle. What Is said to hnve
been the largeat shipment of livestock
aver aent from the Idaho county sec
tion, left tituiigeville billed to Chicago.
The shipment comprises a total of . I
carloads of sheep, approximately 77imi
head In all. More than $:'u,000 la In
volved In the deal
Tbe train will go direct to Chicago
via the Northern I'aclflc rallwu) lo
St. I'.inl, thence via the UurlingUiu
Invade Loop Towna.
Nampa. Representatives of all
Niiinpa bualnesa houses and numeroua
other loyal citizens a real multitude
of booatera -visited the towns on the
Interurban loop Friday on a liu- pub
licity tampaign In behalf of Nampa's
annual harvest festival, September 23,
24 and 26.
The Nampa festival committee (bar
tered three special cars of the Idaho
Traction company for the occasion
Night Officer Dropped.
Wardner. The services of a night
police officer in Wardner have been
dlapeuaed with. Mayor ll Flaig iSMiing
the order. The cause of the abolition
of the office Is to reduce the ciiyh
expense, according to Mayor Flaig
C. F Stamin of Kootenai swore out
a warrant against Iiih wife, accusing
her of disorderly conduct, and BOS
promptly swore out a warrant against
Ii. i l.in-li.inil. ('hargliiK dlhonlerly con
duct She III the (Oiinl) Jail
the officaru are looking tor the bus
Meetre, Va. Mrs. J. C. Orc-i of tht
place, says; "I suffered with wo nnnly
troubles so that I could hnrdly kit up.
Two of tho best doctors in our town
treated nu. and I tried different m dl
Clnes, until I gave up all hope of ever
One day, I decided to try some Car
dul. It did ro much for nic Hint I
ordered bottio more, and It cnreil me!
Today, I feel aa well na I ever did In
Tho pains and tho trouble n-e all
gone. I feel like n-iother per n la
every wnv, I wish everv suffer r could
know what Cardui will do to lck
A few doses of Cnrdul at tlio right
time, will aave many a big lot (or bill,
by preventing serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous svstem, and
helps make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands of weak women have beea
restored to health and happiness by
using Cardut. Suppose you try It
It may bo Just the medicine you need.
N. B.-efTrife fo: Ladle' Advleory Deet.. Quite.
5rxif M.dicln. Co.C hnn.-e. Tenn., lr (ipfial
Mtniftinn. and o-rA. bonk, 'Home Trealraea
fer weaten," eeal In plain wrapper, on request.
No matter how
small, no mat
ter how large
The First National Bank
will give it careful
message applies to
the men and the
Oilicrrx and DiirclorM:
A. U ( KIM M. President
T. TlHMtl 1. 1., Vice lreidenl
II II. t ()( Mil M Cashier
C. W. i-i I I Aas'l Cashier
J. W. HIIXINfJHLKY
C. K. KaWYOM
I. II COCKKIM
A Promising Opening
' QOOV WlllHi
itt any Heuaon of tho year,
would bo a ko"; of our spark
liiiK St-lit. Hoor, which ik a
(.in,, I thine to liiivo "oil tap" in
cuho of thirsty cuiorgBllolBB.
Tliia luper is thf I -1, pun-st
ami most vholBBOUB ver hrow
ed, and will satisfy tho moat
crititul htor drinker. Hoin,
hrowod from tho last mult and
bOM l-v li Nciontitic mothetl of
blwWiogi it bj naturally a per
L. Ii. TETEli
Leave Bundles at Any
Hotel or Harber Shop
Prompt Attention divon
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