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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1916)
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PERSONAL-LOCAL THE FAIR EXHIBIT TO INFORMATION OF A
A. C. WUllMM ns in Bahgf on
A son was born te Mr ami Mr
Harry V lym M t)M I
Mr. ami Mr ,mt.rl r- I I
this aaorateg fxoai trip w I
Mr S J
BRING THE SETTLERS POLITICAL NATURE
- . f of i fair,
ijr arttfc 1
; Mr. 1
n " -Bakaf Hi
TIi i- tx to raar I
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Apt daj to Ita i
- or .! Df fT not
BIG SNOWFALL IN
M I '
M -- 'A
of Pa yet'", araggj
Ja Rjra ;!
horses to l.i.- I
Mrs A M I '.-! !. Of Bl MM), has
been aaaa this week looking after
her business .nterv
Mr. and Mr. EteMf ol
Weler. wre vlatUaf "' Oat
-. KM Qrtlg
In 'Veiser over Sut '
of Mr U I Mrs CJt K-nyon.
a. o. i ud l v. pii
bon on i.
-. ho had a . ra,n-
arhUa aarhlag la the
. Ma) It
to I P in
Ju: I 4 Laot
nation ' ;
II 1 to lit r-rtiri-
cote f aoailaal laal ol
il election Poll;
m S a m. to S p in
IS STILL A WILD
, ANIMAL COUNTRY
DIES AT BIG BEND
Hoary Huiiork dtod ol typhoid l
ktarday vraataff, lai II Ha
rod an attark of grtafM aororal
0, hi. DOd iBtO t) I
h - ooadli dered
irotn t KVOI
lical aid COO Id do wn- doa
ufTiTinr Mr Itullm-k
I m sari m llll
larrtod la i IM to Ml Polla
In th.it tlana
of frit ndi '
rvfvod hjr hta
. . I. K I
la) at 1 I
Mi Halted aad
da) for Vata to tu.
Mr aad M n
.'nt aaaghti I af i tad
lay. i which
day .i ' IV K
1 1 I
der the firm name o
all b- ng a ooni
and feel that they vara ry :
8qulre Servli. a bis. f..r
tha o v. k a.- n . ib aa ac-
M at RjTonMo, latarday WThlla
ooaiatinf in the handling of som
heavy rail.-. 0M of whlel ; ,
tun .-I (,rr la taoh a way that Mr
Sorvia" foot w caught under it and
arohoa ju-' h-
aad ha '
leg set Y
on the road I
The hospital staff has been busy
table All w-r-U.
I grl ; ,
Wg vara aUalaformod la our
relative to a car - nroul
Vale, an 1 which ran into a ditch,
throwing the passengers out, with
A A Wright ga driver. Tho dli TOT
wa- Mr Wright's father, li
Wright, and the machine and .,,--
rs only . iportoaeod a little dif
ficulty in crossing a culvert Mr.
A. A. Wright has ggga one of the
gaat aarafal drivers in this vicinity
for ears and was not with the party
that mad the trip to Vale.
f draina.' gj
.; t m
I and i
-. r '
; ; .
unty a! ad tor t
Whllg they w. r.
j hi. i n roiiow.
ing tahlc aho
ill kind- glllod ' I
! Ko Klllod
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SURVEY OF JOHN
DAY RiVER BASIN
This section was m-h.-, ,v a jcl.
uary tliaw tins wok. Rata and
warm winds have melted t h- aaoo
and the frozen ground bgj
the water to run oft. MaB) of the
streaimi are roportOd to at hank full
and the ditclies are rso arorlowlai
from the streams comiug aoara the
drawb. So far no damage has been
reported. It will require an ex
tended warm spell to Btart the snow
in the mountains. Many of the
railroads are having trouble.
'1 BVgMPg of the Jr., !.-..!
tion have aaaa riaafbtorlag rahhu.,
Thop BOM tWO drives and glllgd hun
dreds la aaaa ir
Chartea O Howard, of Ironsides
-iipp'l a ar load of hogs to Port
land last we.
Tag ice honest was on in earnest
her., teal week, the crop being over
a toot thick
Mr aa Mr- F)( villlt. anU IJ(.r.
tha Carlisle, have returned to Cam
hridge, Idaho, after an extended visit
There is a small attendance at
Mhool awted t.. an apldaaate of ghtek-
gg IM among the children.
John Weaver, the coui.iv --
ioner. has moved his family tu n
tario. occupying the J. 8 Jonea resi
dence. Frank Weaver will look af
ter the ranch.
BB JUSt HTatOf Supply
Papa 377. t
made u. BpOl gJM UlVOT ha
ngton, aud Join lay Rlvor
. Oregou, to determine the h,
Batten of undeveloped water powers
on the ners. The ten protile sheets
iucluded in the report show the out
lines of the river banks and other
phyateal features to an elevation high
enough to indicate the possibility of
using the streams as sources of pow-
aha I)ay Kiver, Ofggjggh drains
about 7.800 siuare miles northwest
oi im Hlue Mountains. The head
VatOT reKlon of the stream Is foi. -
ed. Kxcept wheat, which is grown
on the rolling uplands by "dry farm
ing, no important agricultural prod
nets ggg he raised without Irr.Ka
lion, of which there is very little m-
cause the areas admitting of
irrigation are coulined to the immed
iate valleys of the streams. Storaae
facilities are ample for the several
projects under which large areas of
productive table-lands would be g
veloped by atorage reservoirs and I
: unanii . v
! i.. dob ite against .
. rtan n.-rr..
II ell I
The senior gli
! the Jul, lor It
The regular pr.oi
I aoaa in order
to Maoai i .i i.,rv. r gaaibi i .,t
piaer.. who nbloj to tara
"Ut at that in.
The at xt ;..,!,,- i aaaadgJad fr
next I'n.lay afierie.i.u when the .
Hl play the Myaag t-am In the
Osteite hail TheKirUof Mtaaa all)
also meet the lo;, ;iK, r,(1 .aiI1
of girls. These games both promise
te ' a teteraatteg u tha last paj
ette game and a large crowd is ex
The glee club Is practicing some
very good pieces which will he given
at the first public production and
both the girls and the boys clul.H .r,.
I.oren ciay ftf Payette la enrolle.l
a a student of the Ontario high
achool Another sign that people
are hegii,i,i,IK to pggjggjg tin- kln.l i
a school there is in Ontario cay
is another addition lo the Junior
The new classes that have been
started this semester are ommer. i
i.aw to be taught by Mr Prater, an.)
oniinerclal Spelling to be taught by
r. nues These new enura .r
to take the place of Commercial
Arithmetic and Political Economy
which were finished last semester
THE ARGUS MAINTAINS THE BEST EQUIPP
ED JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT IN THIS
SECTION OF OREGON OR IDAHO. YOUR
WANTS CAN BE TAKEN CARE OF HERE.
Soft Drinks of all
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