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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
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HOME TOWN STORIES
OF JUSTICE HUGHES ' -
' Chicago, June 111 Who l Hughe,
What U III real record?
what Mm kg t i n.iii v .1
inn you mi. in' any of his .iccinu
pllsli'iicnla? Here' IiIh whole at range history,
u . 1 1 roaologteell) , onen la
ly. in special dlapati hi din I i roni ,
the different llnutroH of war tiletin
original "plun of study," Inviilvlna
llorodottiB, Mo mar, v rail Mother
laualit It i lit inalln'iuallrH: wax mas-
frac-tlona at age of five.
wurk. N. J -1870 Entered
IiIrIi hi'IkioI here at aae of nine Hud
already anticipated the IV 16 Shake
s pea re craze hud read every Dingle
word of the Hard' play. Cllfll
ntaa, aged 8, received a IHhle In
(ireek and read u chapter Moft
breakfast Wax already an advauc
ed student In theology.
New York 1S7S I'lir.-nu moved
her, lie completed high MhOOli
wrote eaay on "The Evils of I. glit
'ure," iiiul "The I. imitation of
to Human Mind," delivered the nal
utntory of hi claaa ami tried to M
tar iiniiiiiion Collage at Um age of
KhIi . N v Vn inf:ii.i prodigy was
i.- .nl It, im.j riiarle
F ii lugl lie wi !
or Welch birth mother, a brillbuil ProtrHaano, it, I i7fi Emer
tell. Il '! Ilrown I in. i in , Lore, ut ag. 4
Dm, i eh) ebIM, bail 14, la clam of 1881 a timid,
at Hi int..- .it,, i mii.. .ilimiht frlendleaa child Hml
years bod I " tmt omalvor raootottoi ( never studying ,u"
ogtilv desk piled hlgb with novels llul
Oawego, N v. IM1 I'.nior hu.i gr.iiuiaio.i tklN in all ctaW and "'
paatorui.' ban I barb the tamoaa carpenter prlM wifi
.... . .... . . -II ........I
6, round Kill rguricu loo slov 11. in -in uwmg mow .in iiiiiiiii
laid on bla in1 prOBtbet.
Delhi. N. Y. 1881 Taught
ireek ntnl mathematics In Delaware
I 1 1 1 - all day and re.ul law most
of tin.- night
New York I SSL' Kntered t'nl
iiinhlii l-aw S lion! Graduated In
ISS4 with the hlghent honor, a prlr.e
fellowship giving htm $R()0 a year
for three yarn. From INS4 to ill
ivb law clerk hv day and tauglit
clan at Hnltiiuhla hy night Then
discovered by Walter I, Carter, fnni
otll lawyer, in I sv II, ami mini
ner In Carter' firm Also ill
ed hy Carter's daughter. Antolnetle
.mil tniiile parlner liy her Miftnge
I ii'i'einlier I, till, Worked so hard
for three year he had to take a va
ra! Ion or collapse.
Ithaca, N N . 191. Took hl
"vacation" here a huy professor of
eominerclal and contract law at I 01
nell 1 Diversity.
New York, 184 Back In active
legal profession. Joined the Rocke
feller rhurrli and formed the famous
lllhle class, wh ch he gave over after
six months to John D . Jr I'lcked
as counsel, 1904. for 8teven legis
lative committee that Investigated
the price of ga. Everybody rldletil
ed him at flrt hut he r.irce.i t lit.
in in of gas down from a dollar to
In 190.1 ItreiMil Job of conduci
ng Insurance Investigation. Showed
up graft, favoritism and manipula
tion. Forced Oeorge W. Parkin to
tatlrte '" him. against hi will, Hie
books of .1 r Morgan Co., and to
admit Unit the New York Mfe had
paid to the republican 1150.000
Albany. N Y. 19011 Elected gov
ernor In hitter fight against William
Randolph Hearst Abolished the
"hack talr" In the capltol and aaw
all vlaltor In Hie front office
Secured legislation creating the
public service com mission, now cop
ied all over I'nlted State,
the stump and forced through legis
lative hill abolish Ing race trtck
gambling In face of violent lobby.
Cleaned out the insiirunre depart
ment. Fought for a direct nmntn
ail. his bill, abolishing party conven
tion. Freed the banking depart
ment from Wall treet historical
rout nil. Fought for conservation,
advanced treatment of criminal and
tuberculosa campaign. Abolished
Renominated and elected In 1908,
and In 1909. In special message to
legislature, urged defeat of I'nlted
State constitutional aiiienilui.'iit H
thorlilng the Income tax.
Washington, D. P., 1909 Ap-
i ii ,t kj rn kteal ,,iei...
court In ucceed Justice llrow.-r
look seal In lumber. 1909. Gained
reputation of being on ly nimi on Hie
bench whose voice was audible wh e
delivering decision. Enunciated de
finitely In llll Mi polie.v, who
mm.. I in refusing to allow upi.ine
court to be dragged .uto politic un
der any i onillt Ions, and declining po
Nltlvely to run for president.
0 "'' '"'".' eaBk. 4' AM "
This Car will be on Exhibiton
at the Auto Show
June 15, 16, 17
You are cordially invited to investigate the
merits of these tars. Deliveries and orders
will he taken at that time.
PRATT AUTO CO.. Weiser, Idaho
H. I YOUNG. Vale. Oregon
It I' I IS I I III IK II OTKM.
We hud a gracious sen ne lust
Sunday morning The illustrated
address to the children wa enjoved
by all Two were baptised at Hie
The church has set Sunilav. JuuoJ
lltk, for the day of dMlMUon lo
which Hie public is iuvite.l Dinner
Will be II V'll by Hie ladle- and ev-
ervbi.il. . .1 ked to bring filled
iad Sunday, the I Mh:
II u. in "U.ilkinn in Hie Spirit" $
p. in I ' . vl.uin. i of CbrW
olid Com D " 'I'he puhli.' g invit
ed to hear these addresses as they
will deal with vital thin.
iiiK the ,l,iv in vvhieli wi are living.
Men why not go to church and g"t '
tba ll'lllli- thai deal with the VII il
thUgi uf Hi" :"i :n bla Duly
Word .llll ' I'm- 1. Jehovah, do not
chuiino, all. I V. (I sous Of Jamb,
have not linislnl I'loiu Ihe .lay
of voiir latlieis ve have turned tiolli
my statutes, .mi have not kept the.
Ueiuin to iiih. and I will return U
vou, suvs Jehovuli Ol hosts." Mai.
3:6-7. Again In the Kith verse of
ttie aanie chapler God says 'our
words have been slout agaln:i me,
saith Jehovah Yet ye nay, What
OS spoken aiiainst thee'.' Ye
have aald, It I Nam io gam Go.l, and
what profit is it that we have kept
liLb charge, and t lint M have walk
I ed mouiiifully heloie Jehovah of
I hosts? and now we rail the proud
happy; e.. tliev that work wicked
ness are built up; yea, they tempt
God. and escape. Then they that
feared Jehovah spake one with an
other, uinl Jehovah i ial kilo
heard, and a book of remeinberuuce
..riltell before him for them
that feared Jehovah, aud that
thought upon his name " t
vi eu the sili of omlaaioo win be
dealt within God' judgli"
as the sin of coinuiisisoii lliake ov
er and come to ill and be
D. E BAKER, l'utor.
$11.50 For Suits
Worth to $15.00
In spite of the impression that
a suit for $11.50 this season
was an impossibility, in spite
of the highest price of wool
and materials in many a year
we say that at this special
sale we are offering all wool
suits at $11.50 a suit that we
consider the best values that
have been offered for a long
Any Spring Suit in the
House at $17.85
This sale has attracted more
patrons, more buyers than
any event we have held in re
cent seasons. All sizes, all
models for an v Serine: or Sum
mer Suit in this store ranging from $20 to $25 & $30
shirts arc meeting the
popular chord in all
pattern! in negligee,
golf ami uports,
splendid showing of Milk
neckwear new aumnier de-
a'gn U.V anil Ml
Men's silk socks pure thread
Milk, double heel, toe, top
Mi anil .Mi.
I.einilli. I ii 1 1 ... I I . -1 I 'all mi i
Hal -The largest ami In i
selection of whapi's and ty
len we have ever shown
Xv.-i.imi, .i..-iii up io mnui
ONE I'KK K CLOTHIEB
Mi-s l.s-ir McDonald
si'ii ii. iiei in nam I
(iwniL- to tin prevalence ..i vhoop
p aOWh a our mi II heroines nee
,1111. III. p.ili III of Cllll
.llen allh.l.d Io keep llielli striill)
eoiiliiie.l io linn own prciule.
lie, ail.-. of the serlollfi..-- Si UtU
, in votllll- h.lhl. 11 heloiues
lie I rut .liitv ot all parents Io oh
serve tin- rule ami take all pree.iu
IfcMM ai-. mi -I . reading Hi" c.inla
UK. H. II WHITNEY.
Health Offio .
S half N half and S I
TUB ill E. all of Hec. 1.
T. 20 H. II. 41 E , all of Bee. 16
T. 21 8. It. . E. all Sec lti; Nl
half, KE ir , E half 8V jr aud SW
ir. SV qr. Se.
T. 22 8. II. 41 E, all of Sec. 16
and all ol :
T. 24 8. i( II E., all or Sec. 16
and all of Si i
T S. It. 4 n E . N half ami i
half SK ir and N half SU ,;
and all Se.
All bids miisl i I aivon.h titled b)
a regularly executed application to
purchuMe and check or draft for at
leant one-fifth of the amount bid.
The board reserves the right to n
jeit any and all hid.
Applications anil bids should be ad
drenaed to li. 0. Ilrown, clerk Statu
Land Hoard. Salem, Oregon, and
marked Application and bid to pur-elia-.t
state lauds '
li.il.d at Salem. I n .foil. June IS,
i; 1ROD n.
Clerk State l.an.l Hoard.
Last publication Aug 17.
TIAI HEItK' I MIN afKW
The slate teachers' examination
will he held at Vale June 28, If,
and Julv 1. lHHi I'ollowiiiK 1 the
program lor Mulheur ceunty:
Weduesday Arithmetic, civil gov
ernment, geography and orthography
Thuriiday Heading, grammar,
history and physiology.
Friday -Algebra, uchool law, the
ory, writing and coinpoaitinii
Saturday - I'aychology, American;
literal are aud physical geography.
Teachers wishing to write for pri
mary or life papers will kindly make
County Superintendent oi Schools.
Why load your i-houl.iers down
wnli greater burdeus, brother? A
smile weighs less than a grouch.
MOTH K F s.u.K Of STATK
Notice is hereby given that the
State Land Board of the State u
Oregon will receive sealed bids until,
10 00 oclock a m . August 22, l16,
(or Hie following described lands:
T. li S. K. 38 E. NW qr. NW qr.,1
Special discount on all elec
tric appliances during Pros
Demonstration of the Elec
tric Range all week at the
office of the
ELECTRIC INVESTMENT CO.