The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, January 23, 1913, Image 2

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    ONI ARIO ARGUS
PVBLltHBD KVKKV THUKSIMY
Entered in the postoffloe Ht Ontario.
Oregon, for ttaaaaaaiaatoa throng the
Mils M second-das matter.
M. E. RAIN.
Editor and Proprietor
Indications point to a heavy Influx
of land seekers next spring. Already
several parties Hhts been looking orer
the country. While there s but little'
The Methodiet Ladle' Aid uiet
Wednesday afternoon with Mri. D. D.
Hunter.
I Mill IV. .-ft... .4 I I mA
dairahle land left open for entry on . i w .ananae
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DEAD OX FLAT NEWS
Correspondence.
The Mt. !! Oil A Gas company.
of Portland, has just completed its
annual assi nsnieul work OfJ Iti hold
Inn- here.
At the home mm in a of William Yoat
ana bia bride, a number of bla friends
bowed their approval of bia action
by turning out for a rouaing charivari
After being critically ill with
peritonitis lor the Inst four we, ks.
Mrs. Fred Kminon ia now gradual ly
recovering.
' toorajt K. t'lark ha moved from bia
ranch la touth .!.. . i -on. to the Max
field place mi SiiHke river.
Two men re killing ratiMts for the
Portland markets, it the good
wishes of the fanners count for any
thing they Will succeed far beyond
th ir l.rlgbtest expectations.
Mi-n Knillv ToohBl urv loft v 11, I ,
toi NOO I'lyinniith, n,- ago Will
area a c.i-c nt apoplexy. Mis
Tfiikvbiiry anw red the nil I of the
Dead l-'lat it few month ago from
OblrwVO She t urcliaed the l-.il.'
i anil in homestead -
nut it
The Vernle BCbool, aftar a tim
racath i .-1 c 1 1 i uonlng.
Tii. re i iii -i
ii,: Mrs II iu i v. tba K '.
r Hi-
mi i il of all bar sob
tii i
attand -i. it i
III
the ebi ' ' are obliged to n
SntlH' i!t' poplll I l as ' II M i OC
iiuii a i. nit nillaafrooi thoaobi I Mro,
Dead Ox Flat, tbere ia aaid to be
large tracts well adapted for dry
farming still vacant near the bead
reaches of North and South Jaeobaoo
gulches.
Owing to the alternate freezing and
thawing weather the condition of the
roads in tbla vicinity during tbe past
week has not been tbe best. Tbia ia
especially true of tbia side of tbe
Payette bridge, where a stretch of road
was recently graded by tbe Payette
Commercial club.
Efforts are being mane to establish
a rural free delivery bere.
August Senkbeil and family are
visiting frienda at Willow Creek.
Idaho.
Frank Pnttersoo ia visiting bis par
ents at Indian Vallsy. Idaho.
Dr. J. B, Crouch, of Payette was
nut Sunday looKingat land.
FRUITLAND ITEMS
tbe membere of the high school Friday
evening at tbe high school buidlng.
Owing to the stormy evening all
could not be present, but tboso who
attended had a pleasant time.
Hev. Ilerwig, tbe secretary of the
state anti saloon league, apoke at tbe
Methodist church Sunday morning
and at tbe Brethern cbuiofa in the
evening.
Tbe Baptist people met Monady
afternoon and made plana for build
log a new church.
DIRECT RESULTS OT THE
HOLIDAY NUMBER SEEN
0. S. Kovey, of Kansas City, M....
wrltps that he is coming here to
Election Notice
2 Notice is herohy given that on the
7th day of February. A 1). inn. at
the Council Chambers in the City of
Ontario. County of Malheur. State of
Oregon, a special electio will be held
for tbe purpose of submitting the fol
lowing proposed amendment to the
Charter of the City of Ontario, to the
qualified electors of .said City of
Ontario, for their adoption or rejec
tion, ftaV :
taction 68. Power nnd authority
are hereby given to the Council and
the said Council is hereby authorized,
to borrow money on the faith of the
City, or loan tba credit thereof, or
both, aud to that end to provide tor
the issuance of bonds and warrants
for Bny purpose, which in the judg
ment of tba Counoll ia beneficial to
the laterals of said City, nnd to desig
UBte the manner and time for the pay
ment thereof, and the Interest there
on; provided that the amount of said
bonds and warrants so issued shall not
In the aggregate at any time exceed
the sum of Sixty Five Thousand Dol
lars (166,000.00), and anv other
bOOdOOf warrants insued after such
st National Bank
Of Ontario. Oregon
Capital, Surplus and Profits $125,000.00
Known For Its Strength
Tba TOOBg Men's Bible class met
last Saturday night -villi Kmll Sclnniii
the Oft i-i ! nt of tbe oloOBi
A surprise potty OOI given Karl
BorltobOeld Uaturdaj evening by tba
.. " I i - ot the i lull th glade. A jolly
OOd tun. oai bad and light refresh
ment aarrod at tba close of the even
in :'- fun.
J Tba Inatollatioa of the Christian
Lit. .. ui utile, rs was held Sunday
nlglit ..t tl M. Ihodlal church
estimate ooi.dlM.,,,. mm . . ' I unit shnl 1 bo absolutely void ; pro
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what he read in the New ear's edition r warrants shall not exceed siv ,,er
01 me ,rgus. , ,.rll ,.r hiiiiiiiii.
II. L Larsen. of Kimlierly. Nevada. The polls of aoM election will be
writes thit he is coming to Ontario opened at the hour of nine o'clock
to look over tin country and find a in. and close at the hour of live
home. Ii. got the inspiration fiom o'clock p. in . ami aboil remain DDM
the New War's number of the Armi. balWOM the boon iiMinel. BlOapl one
No one can form anv idea of the meat n ur, troin IwoltO o'clock noon, to
Komi huh one 11111111,.. r ot itie Argus i one o'clock, p. 111.
dolof for tbla entire aoctloo. lhere Dotadat Ootarlo, (iropToo, tbbj ltd
are a lew copies lett fur you to semi lv ol JUIOOiy, A. I'.. IDld.
Witli tmpli resources for all legiti
mate Demands. Owned, controlled
and managed by local men, who
liave had years of active hanking
experience. This hank stands for
the development and advancement
of Onbjrto and the surrounding
country.
We offer every accommodation and
service in keeping with snfe
Hanking and solicit your business.
A (iood Hank in a food Country"
A. LCOCKRUM, President; T TI'BNBL'I.L. Vice President
C. K. KENYON. Cashier II B COCKIU'M. Ass't. CaoMor;
C W. PI. ATT. Ass't. Cashier
to jour friends.
HOSPITAL NOTES
H Order of the 'lt CoOOCll.
Hairy it 1 iriim I. Racordar,
Life Crews Are Lauded
Astf , . .1 11 Qulnaa, in
I . aua 'nt
ti r -1 1-' lea, hit- eomplatad hiK official
1.
Dr. W. 6. Howe
DENTIST
IMafbOM No. 7."J
First National Hank Hlcljr.
' w en R W K, -klmnlt
MtCULLCCH &, FCKHARDT
LAWYIRI
Roooia 144 ilrat Natl Baal Moj
Ontario, Oragoa
of III.- . I ' 11,1
Myro Dll k'N-y. u I 'J year old boy of
1 '" Wu-1,,1.-, bod the mint. 1 tune, while ut
. . .....
ex.nHM.. , i ch aaowcy win pi., Mt Sondai of faliloo wltb bit rana. and tba ctrcun
1 1 iKiiina with ll. 1;. bead roremoel apt bob bldfonoa potl
1... ..11. tba oooly alaotod proaldaol Ilia sbull atrocb o protradlnp: oall
1
"""" """', "-r"-M; ''" '" of Point A
WOliti I , 1 .ii,, I ,h 1 ,.-..! nt
ii Mnndoy Joooon '.". to Mr
1 ' ti . ':n ToaaioR, boy.
Mra. !. O. Berltebflald ooa I
1 1 Sood aftordooa iiii aa
n ut.- attaob ot appoodlollla.
Hi. Pbllatbaa cln- - mi I l.m , lav
' -i. elthci
Holt I.' '-ii r botpltal by Dr. Barton,
of Paaatl ...I' 1 ,, illu. No
fatal bi i.i-i qnaow i an i i itad.
: . . n Ivon
1
Polalra Aokarat, nf I lyatta, ie
tii. ' H-! .in ii 11 boating aocldaal !'
ruaaday. . b.ituuu ba aaa carry I ..'
a B '
to I
.... 1 1 tool " aa tbouffb tb
graii ti-1 part ol tbe MOO I escaping
Of tl I water, there In still ample,
nioifture in tbOgTOaad t" give young
grim B '' "I "tsrt in tbe BptlOf.
Then are niiinv uho inedlct a good
dry laml crop for next season. llie.v
are iiiilm need by the koowledge that
bap baard iiithi.1- .1 fj farming
are fast giviuit war to more scieutitic
ones. I Ii. laud 111 cultivation this
year is greater by twenty five rr OOM
tliMii that of last ami this increased
acreage ia largely due to the certninty
that the Flat is to be wateml io the
iii-.u flltllie.
Hie tin". I ootOffl of North Jacobiou
goloh tarried .ivsay t0 private rood'
way tills.
TIM coyote pupu lat 1011 is lss by
tbirtm-n as a rOOtlll Ol the elfcrts of
(;. p. aforgao. Blagalarlj aooogb
Mr. Moigaa has had no .11. i-.-.s wiili
trap-. iapOOdlOg Obolly upon his lille
for ins apioodid ibowlng. Whila iii
la 11 orb ot 1 1 1.1 tuci ion, he will not
go unrewarded. '1 he scalps alone 1.1.
wuith almost ISO and the p'lts aboold
net him dun t.li- that nlilnuut.
V hen -nine spoitalubii licently shot
ROOM in tba Snow-; Nloinly pioji t
canal, he probably oongratolatad him-
sell that he hud tlnieby eai mid I he
rlgbl to lie called, like the llil.lcal
tern of old. "a Blbjlbij liunter befou
tbt isOtOt" 'l'" principal dittimlty
of this foal lay la selecting aa oc
cusioii wIihh Le.t.i Mac. mill, the
..wnei ol the BJOOaa, Wm absent. No
d.uilit tbe BbOOtlOf s nccideutiil.
lucidentallv the the bud was .-aiin-.l
uwuy-
..in Ji.ini bovoi 1 Mb" raoaa
Btlhaapi wi" 1,HV" ""' ""', "f th"
oah fai boi home at Biiw. Idabc
Seeralhometeii.leisot tins vicinity
lolood i" dig arollaj before tba winter
,b uvar, " ,!- i''"1"1'- baa already
dun Iblrtl tei His iieiuhbor. l'id
Million, mean 10 bora 1 aall bafaio
Bprlag. noth.-r win. bopBB BOOI t"
olva lao vaxlag walar problaailaJ.
Bice.
Josephine Poultry Show Success
1 ' u-.i Ceaa
tj Poultry aaaooiation baa Just boi
eluded th
iti lalna bn Ii tba bad . i- , r held 1
toe brouabl Kq tba boaplial i 'u- i-
Messrs. Wboaldou. Srritchti. I.I l'i. tarloaadi loo by Dr'a. Wrigbt. "! ibat thla waa tb boat ahow bld
her and Hunter, left Moodaj tor u Payne and l'liu.iiig
businens trip to Boise.
ii it ti Mrs. II. K. Bobll n
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Hlwi. ltshoiii.it msntioueu, Kesi .,.....-.... ,,..,,.,,.,. ,tv .n,.,,,,,,,,. , ,,, , .
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r lui
DRS. PRINZING & WEESE
Ontario, Oragoa
ill Nl W WiImiII IillK-k.
ED. TREMAIN
Ontario's
Leading
Barber
BHOP.HOTEl MOORE
Transfer, Baqgage and
Exp reae
.:r, AJ1 Trains
ION i I .NDINGHAM
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At tbia i I ting '
Oil. .MlUiilllUi il
li is neneveii lie win n-cover
w i re aa
INDIAN TROPHY SHOW IS BEST
HISTORICAL COLLECTION, MADE BY WOMAN AMONG EIGHTEEN
TRIBES, AT COLISEUM, CHICAGO
WKngnBKwfntniM' i'y utimF''
fPI Oavarfo 4p9iSR9& O, ., JB9A VJ flgaaUalttal V LaaaiHK.
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C. C. GOLOSBcRRY
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C. McGONAGILL
aitoi;m;v t LAW
Wiii I'lii.im- m all Ooorbi
N'otiuA PnbMc, Offlcaovar Postofflcs
TheTlUeaBackoflhe
Polished Glass
Th all of book snd esttrsd
volumo, plsy thr prt in Vtr
homt-but ths plaes in wK.ch
th srt kspt ii s'o imoortsnt
0acep
Win F. GOLDBACHER
Optician
aoM ii to s
Offilca oppoaita Ontario Hotel
ONTARIO. :-: ORatQOM
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htrmon.ie witK the room ho-
nd books Tht vt mtit la
pr,od .1,1. f.t n with hi g
pUn mKe IM librvy entil 41
th drjw.ng room or m.u c room
They Do Not Look Sectional
-but They Are I
You w,ll b plerd to ur th M
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Ontario hnittfl Co.
W. H. BROOKE R. W. SWAGLER
Attoknkys at I u
Reaaai II I' i II WUaoa lldf.
Ontario, - On tn d
The 1. Hid i-lev :it ibe 'olisclim, 'hic-uio
had tho ureatesl individual willectlon
boaded-buekakin wearing apparol In
the world. Tin-, inrlniled historical
dress w by I i I WO ah, Llttlo
I'lume, dint iniruishod v:u-ri..ra of tbe
Mi. .!.,.! Tribe nt Clacier National
Hurk.
i in xhibit, v.l:' Ii f ruion a pi tur
estjue i irl ol the Qlacler National park
i , oth, la the iiropi iln Margaret
Carl
I
achool ti icber She has
been twenty-two yeara gatherlag tbe
14 arth lea nf Indian wearing ai-
, vbli b baa booa
worn b) an Indian.
Ira. lin- VVouian, as i.: is known
among the liutiuns, made her oollac-
ti.ui among aigbti aa trlbaa In New
Mi xleo, ixona, NeoraaKa, on
and Montana. Bbe baa lb
ordinary Bttlre which ware worn by
tribes of the Sioux. 1 ftis I
,. sa, Modoc, Comma
r.i- ilio. Mokl and Chcj
one of the moat prl '
a "full i
- It" of the lato Little Pli
warrior, a hit b . wi i n foi I laat
time b) I. in! Plume In tl
l ittle Plume a ia proudeat In
on thai Ion P
Itooaevi II aalui 1 him aa the Indian
i-l,i. f pussed the reviewing atand
fore tba Drool Whll - Chi
' Tbla' Ib the Qi it time Mrs Carborr.v'a
exhibit i'ur waa djl'l ' Tht'
mlthaoawa loatltntloa baa aadea
.ion of the collection,
DUi oman would not at l t
ingle mot aaaln. Bbe doi nol
mpt to fix a financial value on II
In fact, aha la so lolicltoua .1 10 11 the
afetv ol "
Bun ii i' ' " 000 aga
I, cl
. 1. llwa: In
ll t. Chicago, '-' ' 0
rhn
. 1 id vi n
y: . , , . 1 who were
;,i lund ll iW I . t
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