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ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED KVEKY THUH8DAY Entered in the poatofflc at Ontario, Orgon, for trfcnniiRnim thronirh afca matter. mails as second -oli M. E. BAIN. Editor and Proprietor People in the News Due to the pressure of his private business affairs, Charles R. Crane of Chicago has declined the appointment a ambassador to Russia. After six years of service as British ambassador at Washington, James Bryce set forth for the Orient by way of New York and San Pranclsco. Major J. F. A. Strong, of Juneau, has been selected for appointment as governor of Alaska to succeed Walter F. Clark, resigned. A New York grand Jury has Indicted John Nicholson Anhut, a lawyer, for bribery in connection with alleged ef forts to secure the release of Harry K. Thaw from Matteawan. Alice Cornelia Thaw, of Pittsburg, known as Mrs. Copley Thaw since her divorce from the Earl of Yarmouth, In 1908, was married to Geoffrey Q. Whitney, of HoHton, at Cumberland Island, Oa. Karl Hagcnbock, the famous animal collector and trainer of Hamburg, Ger many, was bitten seven years ago by a venomous anake. This caused his recent death, as his physician found that the venom had finally affected his liver. Idaho Professors to Resign. Moscow, Ida. The board of regents of the University of Idaho at its final aesston did a general bousn-cleanlng and the heads of eight or ten depart ments will be asked to resign at the end of this semester. The cause Is aald to be due to lark of results. Bryan and Clark Get Together Washington. -William J. Bryan and Champ ('lark, who have been openly hostile since the Baltimore conven tion which nominated I'roHlderit Wll aon and ifaMsw Clark, have buried the hatchet. The two met at a lunch eon with a Washington editor and for mally wiped out the pa .si. Moth !:ued formal statements expressing good will. Old papers at the Argus officii 2.r eeuts per hundred. Just what you need to line your radios and plaee onder the carpet. Brief News of the Week Massachusetts will be represented by a $600,000 building at the Panama Pacific exposition. The California senate, by a vote of 23 to 14, turned down the Kehoe bill to restrict the sale of liquor on the grounds of the Panama Pacific expo sition. The Nebraska house of representa tives at Lincoln has sustained the gov ernor's veto of the Heasty bill provid ing for the sterilisation of criminals and mental Incompetents. The largest vessel In the world, the Cunard liner Acqultania, waa launched Monday at Clydebank, Glasgow. The great ship will be of 60,000 tons' die placement, and Is to cost $10,000,000. The progressive party Issued a state ment at New York through Its execu tive committee, to the effect that there Is no possibility that the new party will ever amalgamate with either of the old parties. The truce between the Bulgarians and the Turks was officially confirm ed at Constantinople. The armistice will last until April 23, and may be prolonged If peace is not concluded Iti the Interval. The United States stands fourteenth among the nations of the world in number of government owned aero planes and In government expendi tures for aerial navigation in the last five years. Brazil and Chile arc ahead of this country. The city' council of Haymon. Wash., has psssed over Mayor Little's veto, five to two, one of the most drastic saloon ordinances ever known In Washington. The ordinance reduces the number of saloons to four for ev ery 1600 people and raises the license to $6000 a year. At Columbus, Ohio, the I. W. W. were condemned by the state senate committee for the part they took In the strike of the Akron rubber work ers. The committee says that the wages paid by the rubber companies of Columbus compare favorably with those paid in other industries. For the rapid removal of email trees In grubbing the writer has found It an excellent plan to use n team and it hundred foot rope. The larger side roots whlru will lie found on must trees except hickory and bur oak should lie i lit on a number or the trees to be removed. One man hIioiiM then take chit rue of the te:iin and the othe, with a ladder tie the Inch tope well up In the top of the tree. Fastened at a gocd height, thlx gives a big leverage, and eer stroke of the ax while the team l pulling will d double and tri ple e- iitlon and make the Job of re moving the Ntumi'x much easier. BSSSSBVV'K''' ( "MaHaVal lr r 'M-'r' v ''BLrJ Lai 3EaE - ayWBBB I vl KBBViUw (. B-BBI JWFIP I I We Search the World to Meet Your Wished? Ontario Furniture Co. Ontario, Oregon HAND ITEMS K. E. Hunter left Thtirsdar on a three week's business trip to Pennsyl vania. Mr. Kelley, of Saratoga, Wyoming, visited last week with Mr. Charles. P. Dsehtler sold his 20 aore farm Tuesday to Mr. Blackaby, of Ontario Miss Alma Urowtber spent Satur day and Sunday with friends in Payette. O. W. Young loaded a car of hogs Tuesday at Ontario which were ship ped to Portland. John Griep. who has been visiting with his sod F. W. Qrlep, for several months, left Monday for a visit with relatives in Iowa. Mr. Morris Is visiting at the Troxell home. The Payette Valley Christian En deavor will hold their semiannual convention here Friday and Saturday of this week. M Its Elizabeth Heed, of Payette. spent Hundsy at the C. L. Wlloox home. (1 L Smith is remodeling the livery barn. The old barn has been moved ami a large addition 'ndded to the front. Miss Mildred Steelman spent Sat urday and Sunday at her home in Caldwell. Miss Alios Wbealdon entertained the Sophomore class at her home Sat rtldsy evening. While the men were burning the weeds from the Noble dltoh last Thurs day the twofrick of bay containing. nbout 1 50 tons, belonging to Kit gnralil and NsxfleM caught tire sml were destroyed. Mr. end Mrs. I: S. Royston spent Sunday visiting at the Tunklng home. Water hs listen turned Into the Farmers' ditch and is ready for use as soon us ueedvd. The Y. M. D. class, of the .Met ho dlst church entertnlned the memiiers of the I'b ll.it hen class at Kp worth hall last Friday night. Refreshments of Ice cream and oake were tervtd I The young Isdies all itgrei'd they were delightfully entertained Wild Rose Flour , Our Special Brand BAKING CONTEST We will give the following prizes for the best loaves of bread baked from our WILD ROSE FLOUR: 1st Prize-$5.00 Cash 2nd Prize$3.00 Cash 3rd Prize$2.00 Cash 4th Prize-2 sks Wild Rose Flour 5th Prize 2 sks White Quartz Flour 6th Prize 2 sks White Froth Flour 7th Prize-1 sk White Quartz flour 8th Prize-1 sk White Froth Flour In order to enter the contest, you must buy and set your purchase slip of one sack of Wi d Rose Flour at our store. You must deliver one loaf of bread and purchase slip to our store not later than 3 P. M. of Saturday, May 3 1913 Z prizes will be awarded at 4 P. M. of the same day. You will be given a number when you present your bread as we do not wish your name to be known until af ter the judging. Three judges will be selected from our city; best qualified to act as same. Everv lady (no age limit) in Ontario and surrounding country is invited to enter this contest as we feel you will be greatly pleased with a trial sack of our FAMOUS WILD ROSE FLOUR. aa i t e assess Having Bad Luck With Your Bread? We Have the Remedy-Enter Our Contest and Be Convinced. WE CARRY THREE BRANDS OF THIS FAMOUS FLOUR Wild Rose, White Quartz, White Froth Which are Money Back Goods and Every Sack is Guaranteed Peoples' Cash Grocery J. B. BUCHANAN, Prop. Successor to Ream Grocery Co. Exclusive Agents for these Famous Brands of Flour ONTARIO, OREGON A render of Oil (1tinrtiuint with whom the writer wui titlklng the other dsy report having denned up n nice iiiii on n Itiuirh of lenn cow which he iMnik'lit two or three month in! lie didn't dure to tackle young stun with the price so liltfh. The cow In got cheep, and they made rapid gains, with the reault that he had u nice in: civ In of profit. Some men get uhead or get atarted by meaua of a ao called pull, but the sensible young man will not wait for thU klud of assistance. The kind of pull Unit (Mall more than all elae la that which la th. fruit of faithfulness, tierslsteuce, energy and devotion to the tiixk In hand ThU la the klud of pull that Iiiih put more Iwys and young men to the front than the Influeuce of all the rich fathers, uuclea and auuta In four states. $5.00 Reward For inforrmatioD leading to arreat of Party taklog double treea aud in-i-k voks oh new Winona wagou. F. B. Freeman. A Factory Representative WILL BE IN the rwan'n shortlv to close agency for best and most complete line of AUTOMOBILE Now on the American market k the BKST ADVERTISED, BEST KNOWN and BEST SELLING line now before the public and includes both Pleasure Cars and Trucks If interested, write immediately to the ""Northwest auto company CLASSIRtD ABVERTESEMLNTS Money to loan ga ad farma. W. improved irri- II H. ...lit le Co. Drayage orders taken at Moore Hotel John Landingham, reaidauoe phone 424 Three lota for aale 2 blocks west of postofilce at it bargain. Inquire at Argus ofJlos. Ladlsa tailor and dressmaker Etta COPS I'ln.ne 104 N. 1, Mm For aale House aud two lots fo rsut or sals in Villa Park. Price cbeup for immediate aale. A. T. Castor. Carson. Oregon. Wanted To rent a bouae. t Cope & Dunnuok, tailor-. Apply The plaoe to buy first olass caudles Is at the Ontario Bakery. Now in the time to get a new rug for that room while Farley lias a big stock to aelect from. For the beat breud and pastry town go to the Ontario Lukery. in For Bale Choioe Kuial New Vorker aeed potatoes. J. Defoe. Ontario, Oregon. For Sale Byron Jaokaon centrifu gal pump, 5-inon, foot valve and lb foot of pipe H. E. MoCarty, Onta rio phone 202 k. -4l1 JB OF ONTARIO. OK IH I GROWTH OF DEPOSITS April 4, 1909 $226,078.74 April 4, 1910 350,636.16 April 4, 1911 320,505.81 April 4, 1912 341,620.99 April 4, 1913 374,293.54 A strong, progressive, growing institution, conducted alonjf absolutely safe lines, by men of more than ten years Western banking experience. New Business Invited A. C. L COCKKUM. President; T. TURNBULL. Vice President; K. KENYON, Cashier. H. B. COCKRUM. Ass't. fainter; 0, W. PLATT, Ass't. Cashier For Sale A Ford automobile in good shape. Frio I860. D. 0. Booth at Multnomah rooma. Uet your alfalfa seed now 5 cents a pouuil at Moore Livery and Grain company. of For Italian prunes see stock Emmett nursery, Outario yard. For Sale usw. obaap 103 M. Lawu mower, for quick sale. good as Phoue Roses In variety, acclimatsd, at tne Emmst nursery, looal yard. For Sale Buggy and harness and horse. Good traveler In harness or under saddls. Gentle. Inquire at Eagle livery. Butter Wrappers Must Be Printed We are printing more wrappers than any other two offices in this section. There is a reason. We have the machinery, type and workmen necessary and we take the same care with Butter wrappers that we do with wedding invitations. Take your next order of Butter Wrappers to the Argus Office 617 Washington St..