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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 December 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered in the i osti ft i -- at Ontario Oregon, for transmission throngh the mails as second claSS milt lT. M. E. HAIN. Publisher. Oregon Makes Gain in Population ' Certainly Oregon baa no reason to be Iih-hIihIhm with the progress being made in populating the state, since the report recently issued by the State l.nbur Commissioner at Salem indicates that there are now 122, H22 more rai- denta in Oregon than when the 1910 cencua waa compiled. Four yearn ago there were 672,705 people in the state, an compar d with 79",687 at this time. The report waa compiled from the en rollment and attendance figures of the hi In.,, l department in each county. The reort indicates that the growtn in population ia somewhat I 'patchy" throughout the atate, some counties have made remarkable advances while others have grown but little, while in several instances there seems to have been a loaa. Multnomah county shows the largest gain, 50,922, while Hood River, J...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 December 1914

LOCAL NEWS White and Buff Leghorn chickens for sale. A. B. Cain 2 miles west of Onta rio, adv W. C. Fellows, W. C. Commons, A. W. Conover and Byron Weatherford came down from Sumpter for a few days at the ducks. They had good luck on the river The Bee men of Eastern Oregon and Western Idaho held their annual meet' ing here Friday and Saturday with a large attendance. Many excellent pap ers were read and discussed. Mrs. Catherine Doland Wilson was in Payette and Weiser last week on business. S. W. Swan, of Juntura, was here Monday purchasing building material. Have you considered photographs as Christmas gifts? They are most ap propriate at this season of the year and will solve twelve Christmas problems. Our telephone number is 133 R. It is best to come early. Weather conditions make no difference. ad tf The Burrell Studio. Mrs. Orville Moody has gone to Blackfoot to join her husband, who has a position then. AH Ladies' Tan Shoea, $6.00, $4.00. $8.50 and $3.00 shoes at 2.48, Rader's...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 3 December 1914

Pre-HolMay Reduction Sale An Event Worth Your While Sell the Stocks Down These are Our Orders Commencing Friday Morning, Dec. 4th, at 9 o'clock We Offer This Entire Stock ' " ' iaa 1 Men's and Young Men's Suits, Overcoats, Fur Coats, Chinchillas, Friezes, Cravenetts and all Rain and Storm Coats Prices at which you can afford to buy $8.75, 11.50, I3.Z5, 18.50 These prices cover our entire stock. Suits and Overcoats ranging in price from $10.00 to $30.00 and simply means a saving of from $3.00 to $10.00 on your Winter Clothes. All Furnishing Goods at proportionate re ductions. This Stock must be reduced. You know the Store, you know the Stock, you know we mean what we say. ALEXANDER ONE PRICE CLOTHIER ONTARIO, OREGON Do Your Christmas Shopping Early A Few Heminders: Erectors, (iamrs. Hooks, Children's Books, Stationery, Vanity CaseH, Hand Dags, Traveler's Sets, Toilet Sets. The Arlington Co. Pyralin Set and Separate iieces Ivory Platinoid Picture Frames Christ man Decorations: l'apcr ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

ONTARIO-The future County Seat of Malheur County Railroad. Agricultural, and Population Center of County ; OMkitio r &m Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. Ontario is in the Centre of the Great Snake River Valley Corn Belt. m The Produce from 15,000,000 acre is marketed from On tario each year VOLUME XVIII ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1914. NO. 50 OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Events Occurring Throughout the Stale During the Past Week. School on Wheels Planned. Corvallls The most extensive piece of work ever undertaken by the ex tension division of the Oregon Agrl rultural college for the benefit of the farmers of the state began December 8, when the first of u series of Itlnor ant schools was hi Id In Medulla mid Kstacndu The complete s(diednle for the school, though not definitely ar ranged, calls for 24 sessions. In 24 different parts of the state, each chool to last for a period of five davs, and the entire schedule ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

SAVED THE FLEET. Brilliant Exploit of a Brainy Wis consin Lumberman. A BIT OF WAR TIME STRATEGY Th Rad Riv.r Wat Dammad, and Ad miral Porter's Qunbeata Shot the Rapids, Though tha Sohems Had Been Ridloulad by Army Engineers. In We spring of 1804 a Wisconsin lumberman by a brilliant exploit saved Hi'- Kod river fleet of the Mississippi awjiififirori from destruction. To thwart the intrljpies of Nniwleon lit., who bad ent a French nrniy Into Mexico, tha federal government desired to train a strong military foothold In Texas. To thla end It waa planned to aend an army and fleet Into Interior Texas by way of the Red river, which waa navigable only In the "print: The army under General Ilnnka, sup ported by Admiral Porter's fleet of gunboats, began (be ascent of the rlv r. Hut matter went badly almoat from the beginning. The lender quar reled among themaelvea, Uie prepara tions made were Inadequate, and. worst ot all, the Red river suddenly began to fall, when by all precedents It ahould...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

IUSINCSS AND PROFESSIONAL CHARLES C. ZWEIGART Attorney- At-Law Wilson Building Ontario, Ore. Dr. W. G Howe DENTIST Telephone No. 732 first National Rank Bldg. I ORS. PRINZIN6 & WEESE Ontario, Oregon Office in New Wilson Block. DR. D. C. BRETT DENTIST Office 2nd door east of Ontario Phai macy on Nev:idn Avenue Near R. I: Depot Mcculloch, & wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS I'll II AIIKIKT HkAII I'll. I'm l IM Si mi- i .i.i.l-mt.M American Hchool of Os teopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Wilson Block Telephone. 154.Bllc. N. H. WHITNEY PHYSICIAN and HURCJEON Office In I. O. 0. F. Bldg., Ontario. . Orroon REX MARQUIS STOCK mnOHM OK M U.HKI'lt COUNTY OKKICK AT CAKTKR IUKN, I'lloNK 171 DEPUTIES- Emery Cole, Rroitan. W. II Cecil. Ontario. Bert High. Vale. C. C. Morton, Olds Ferry. N. O. White, Weiser Bridge. J. E. Holly, Riverview .Mi-' Dennr, .Ionian Valley. Jo Bankoffer, McDermitt J Boydell, Nvsaa John G. South, Juntura Win Km" Harper 1,...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

ONTARIO ARGUS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Enteral in the postnflice at Ontario Oregon, for transmission throngh the mailn bh second -claes mutter M. E. MAIN. Publiaher. Ontario Invites Factories. The question M to whether Ontario shall lend her credit to encourage and promote indust ries won carried bv 8 very substantial vote on Monday and the City Council at once got busy and MpMini i-iI committees to go to work on the proposition. Ontario in centrally located and ia the natural location for the manufacturing industry of the Snake River Valley. There in no sense in the people of thin flection sending away their hog and buying back their bacon, harm and lard. There in no sense in the people of Ore gon whipping her wool east and aending eaat for their clothing, giving the rail roada two profita on everything worn here. The name line of argument will hold good in many other thinga. There I ia a demand for cheese and butter and we have the heat gran and grain count ry in the world, atill ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

LOCAL NEWS LOCAL NEWS White and Ruff Leghorn chickens for ale. A. B. Cain 2 miles west of Onta rio, adv Charles Flynn was here from Raker this week and closed up the affairs of the Eagle lodge. At one time the Eagles had the largest and wealthiest lodge here. Mr. and Mrs. L. Adam are in Boise for a few days. D. Rrogan and a party of Eastern in vestors were here today. H. N Ford was here from Portland this week on business. Sam Hobson is here to close out some lots. Many people are accepting our sug gestion of portraits to be used as Christ mas gifts. All that we ask is that you come as early aa is convenient. We will do the rest. The Rurrell Studio. The dog catcher haa been busy with the worthless cure. Do not overlook that football game Friday between the star players of On tario and Burns. Eugene McCoy is visiting in Baker and Hainea thia week and looking after business. William Pohlman has been buying cattle in Utah for ranges in Baker. A few choice White Wyandotte cockemla for a...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

TRY A CUP of the Heliciously good HOT COFFEE we are serving It's exquisitely smooth flavor and appetizing aroma will re mind you of the coffee moth er used to make, and prompt ly forget the nickle that it costs Appetizing chocolat bouillions beef tea, oysters, sandwiches and genuine Mexican Chilli, at th: TEMPLE of SWEETS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS rM AilynrtlacmrnU Frco A nix jileco kitchen net Is be ing Riven awny by the Ontario market to their customer. Ask them to show It to you. They have greatly reduced their priccH .Hi i are now making after noon dellverloi. Sackty Deposit Hoxrh For Kknt Two sixes ami two prices; an absolutely safe method of keeping your valuable papers protected against Ions by lire or theft. Ontario National Hanr. My 20 acre tract for sale or trade. On Iii-iii li went of fair grounds. V. BTAPLM, Vale, Oregrn. Wk have a crmfortalde room lilted up especially for the ladiea where they can real, write check h and letter and not be crowded or intruded on; ladies ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

"The Argus Lai Kim ball's tarmei f.-Ss OKLLNS Fruit Grower s s mmmmmmmmmmmmm Your Banking No matter how small, no mat ter how large T First National Bank Dairy J BnSkNi tfT-T .AA V" tpaBWaaw W4irJoi- iTVr- r.: aai UnKMiU.U" . '.J Ontario, Oregon will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and the women alike. Officers and Directors: A. L. COCKRIM, Preaideat T. TURNBULL, Vice President H. B. COCKRIM. Ctuhier C. W. PLATT, Aas't Cashier J. W. BILLINGSLEY c. e.:kenyon L. B COCkKIM iuaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiuuiUiuai ONLY mmtmtm. r ir "" Ik ' i I ' 1 IbbbVbT ifril i liir fttiB $1.25 Our Paper and Any One of These Clubs $1.25 SEVERAL heading publishers of magazines have joined with us in on of the greatest subscription bar gain offer ever put out in t has country. Through thi combination everybody will be able to get a yearly subscription to three magazines in combination with our weekly paper at practically the price of our paper alone. J In this list you will find forty d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 10 December 1914

SEES DOWNFALL OFGERMANTRAOE Berlin Writer Says War Breaks Up All Industry. BUT THE KERNEL IS SOUND. Unhappy Situation la Admlttad Fraaly, nd Problem of Raoonatruction Ana Diacuaaad For.aight and Oraat Kx pnditura Naadad tp Raatora Trada to Normal Footing. t'"i bagi n 'IMo Mi-inn VoMHlarbe Cettutig (Jlxi'iiHNpa tha extent to which Geriniin Imliintry already luin Im-cu lilt by the war I r. Km 1 1 l.cdcrer. tliu Writer, hii.h th.it the removal uf nil ait-n en i hi hie of henrinu mum haa "aiiiiislicd industry to atom-." All Fin tin nulling inrloiia trinlcn Imvn In-eti broken The i-rlala with n-jjnrd. to limey mill n-dlt whl. li fxi nri ! In the Mi -I Instil n i uiia n. ci-ntiliileil h.v the nei i-nxlty of (In lining (he w.ir h a alliKle Mtruke. 'I he ntti'inpln linide to meet (he i .1 .Is hy llitlldnt llitf linnet nh iiniile mutters wiiwc The tin fortiiiinte tiling, he nays, in thnt thla liquidation, which 11 customary nt nil Cili.i. llucn liol III the present Illstlllii.'O aff. I ineie...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

P Railroad. Agricultural, and Population Center of County ONTARKMhe future County Seat of Malheur County Bniati0 t$m. Sw The Produce from 15,000,000 acreH ia marketed from On tario each year Ontario is in the Centre of the Great Snake River Valley Corn Belt Representative Newspaper of Ontario, Malheur County and Snake River Valley. ONTARIO. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1914. NO. 61 VOLUME XVIII SCHOOL PLAY IS PLEASING 4 'The Heir To Mt. Vernon" Seen By Large Audience Monday Evening. A moe delightful and pleasing en tertainment wuh thut rendered by the pupils in the different grades of the Ontario public schools, at the lliifh School auditorium Monday evening when "The Heir of Mt. Vernon," in five acts was presented. The enter tainment was enjoyed by a large aud ience, the auditorium being practically filled, and was a aucccsa financially us well as otherwise. There were forty characters in the cast and the plot dealt with the early life of George Washington. Taking up the life of ...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

Christmas Seal I Home Visitors' Of 1914 Now that the Holiday Season is close at hand, we want to call your attention to our nice line of use ful gifts for your family and friends, an assortment that will help you make shopping easy. Waist patterns, dress patterns, kimonas, in endless variety and prices. We have just received a shipment of the famous "Pri8cillia" Electric Irons, an iron with a record at $3.00. These are put up in fancy boxes and make a splendid gift. Wool Blanket . 72xi)() at $7.00 Wool Blanket (18x84 at 5.00 Wool Knap 66x80 at 3.00 Sweaters, all sizes each 50c to 3.50 Beacon Blanket Robes each $1.98 to 3.98 Beacon Blanket Kimonas each 1.48 to 2.48 Jap Silk Smoking Jackets big line at 5.00 Lounging Robes small line at 2.48 to 4.00 Fur Sets at 2.50 to 25.00 I'm Mi. in at 1.00 to 10.50 Fur Scarfs at 1.00 to 8.50 Table Linen Sets at 2.25 to 18.00 Table Linens at 2.00 to 5.00 Lunch Sets at 1.50 to 500 Lunch (Moths at 1.50 to 3.50 Drawn Work endless variety at .50 to 3.00...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL THE MAN WHO RULES THE WORLD TODAY GENERAL BLISS CHARLES C. ZWEIGART Attorney-At-Law Wilson Building Ontario, Ore. Dr. W. O. Howe DENTIST Telephone No. 732 First National Hank Hldg. I 4U y . V-aBBBBaaak aaaaW, K - ft T Lf Xl Ry V H? Xaaal ijHA lis lrJi(i Irl IraOTECT lim FAMILY 1 I BY THE COVERS OFACHECKBOOK f DRS. PRINZING & WEESE Ontario, Oregon Office in New Wilson Block. DR. D. C. BRETT DENTIST Office 2nd door enst of Ontnrio Phat macy on Nevada Avenue Near R I: Depot Mcculloch, & wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nafl Bank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon OSTEOPATHIC fllYSICIANS Mil II mum i I Si mi--I'll I'ALI.INK Skah (iraduates American School of Os teopathy. Kirksvllle. Mo. Wilson Block Teh-phone. I..JI-.II. H, H. WHITNEY PHYSICIAN and SUKMEON office in I. O. 0. F. Bldg., Ontario. . Ommon REX MARQUIS STOCK INHI'KCTOK K MAI.IIKUR COUNTY Of HOI AT t'AKTKK BARN, IMIONK 171 DEPUTIES- Emery Cole, Brogan. W. H Cecil. Ontario. Bert High, Vale. C. C. Morton, Old'...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

nTT a mri wane Republican VfXl XTLXVXV JTLX,JKJU 0 PUBLISHED EVEKY Entered in the postoflloe at Ontario Oretron, for trnnRniixnioa throngh the mail an second-class matter. W. C. MAKHI1 The Itanker'H Meeting. Ontario will bo hostoso, on Saturday of this work, to the bankers of East ern Oregon. The regular urmi-annual meeting of Group Six bankers, com prising all of Eastern Oregon, has brrn called for Ontario, and this city taken pleasure in welcoming and en tertaining the men who handle the finances of the vast territory compris ing Group Six. In addition to transacting the pri vate business of the association, the meeting affords the bankers an oppor tunity to become acquainted with one Politics, however, shall be secondajy consideration, as the chief aim shall be to handle all the local news, THUK8DAY all the time, and politics, other than that of news value, will not be largely emphisized. Special features, of interest to Ontar io, and the county at lare, shall be ad ded as fast a...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

LOCAL NEWS Many people are accepting our sug gestion of portraits to be used as Christ maa gifts. All that we ask is that you come hh early as la convenient. We will do the reat. The Burrell Studio. Theodore Moore, son of T. H. Moore, is expected home Sunday to spend the Christmas vacation with home folks. He is a student in Reed College at Portland. H. Y. Blackwell, a stockman of near Vale, was in Ontario Sunday and Monday. He left Monday evening for Portland, having some stock there to look after. H. M. Moss has purchased the On tario Bar from Lytle Howard. The deal was made Monday of this week. Miss Margaret Dunbar of Vale pent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Miss Alice Shapin of Payette is visiting with Eva Vanderhoof for the remainder of the week. Miss Ethel McNulty had three tables of Five-hundred Thursday even ing. Mrs. A. J. Glover receiving the high score. Miss Lela Jones of Vale spent Fri day and Saturday visiting friends of this place. Miss Jessie Hicks of Weiser ca...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

TRY A CUP of the deliriously Rood HOT COFFEE we are serving It's exquisitely smooth flavor and appetizing aroma will re mind you of the coffee moth er used to make, and prompt ly forget the nickle that it costs Appetizing chocolate. boulllioM beef tea, oysters, sandwiches and genuine Mexican Chilli. at the: TEMPLE of SWEETS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Putil Atlvrrtinrmt ntn Free -A six ploco kitchen net Ih bo Iiir Klven awiiy by tho Ontario market to their customers. Ask them lo show It to you. They tanvo greatly reduced their prices ntnl nro now making nfter Boon ileilverieii. AFOT1 Dki'usit Hoxkh Knit Hint Two sizes mid two prices; mi absoluti ly safe method of keeping your valuable papers protected strains! Iohh by lire or theft. ONTAItltl NATIONAL MaNK. My 2o MM iMWl for dale or Irmle, On bench went of fair grounds. V. II STAPLES. Vale. Oregon. Wt: have a comforlnlile room lilted Up especially for the Indies where they ran rent, write check h mid Idlers, ami not lie crowded or int...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

Only a Few Days Left Of the big Furniture Sale Only a Few Days Left In which to do your Christmas Shopping Our large stock gives the Xmas. shopper the largest variety of the most usef ull gifts for the home. Closing out of Dishes makes a nice dinner set a gift that is very acceptable and one that you can buy at the lowest cost. We are making a special discount on Brussels car pet sweepers during these last few days, $2.50 to $5.75. We wish to take this opportunity to thank our pat rons and friends for their co-operation and support in making 1914 one of the best years we have had in Ontario. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ONTARIO FURNITURE COMPANY H. L. PETERSON, Manager ONTARIO, OREGON 3 Piece Lisk Roasters Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Keumlel No. :5 Regular Price $2.75 Sale Price $2.25 No. 4 Regular Price 3.50 Bale Price 2.50 No. 5 Regular Price 3.25 Sale Price 2.75 ONLY ONE TO EACH PERSON These Prices Good Until Christmas Only SPECIAL ON PARING KNIVES...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 17 December 1914

NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST IN IDAHO Important Occurrences Of The Past Week From Cities In Our State Project Expected to Win. Lewlston . Thnt both tho United tales dralnas; enflnws and the British authorities will report favor ably on the reclaiming or 80,000 arrr f ovprflow land along the Kootenai river lsj,l4s.ho and British Columbia Ih tn llaveJl of roul eaUtte m-n of tbU dlstric TlilslsHiiranoe la based upon Infor nation rwolvod from Senator JameH H. Ilrady. who lias been active In sup OortltiK the work. Charles O l(eedr. one of the lament land owners of the Kootennl vnlley. was recently In con fereneo with Henator Brady and stnt d that Hie Hinder of International eo Operation had been taken up with Pr'-iuier M'l!rlil, Mr. Hoik, Minister of l.unds, and Mr. YounK. the dralnuKe mlli.ir Mineral Exhibit at Kellogg. KcIIokk one of the hesi collec tlotiH of minerals In the entire stnte la to be riwti a permanent home In the V. M ( A. quarters here, Karl V. Shannon, a local collector. hav...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ontario Argus. — 24 December 1914

We Wish Ontario is in the Centre of the Great Snake River Valley Corn Belt. VOLUME XVIII GOVERNMENT PROJECT WARN SPRINGS PROJECT Semi-Official Assurance Re ceived in Ontario From The Government. WATER SIXTY THOUSAND ACRES Said To Be Least Expensive Project Of Any Under Present Consideration. Semi-official assurance thut the gov- i iiiiK-rit is seriously considering tuk ing up the Warm Spring Mnlheur Ir rigation project, has born received in Ontario thia week. The Warm Springs project, aa it is familiarly called, in cludes some sixty thousand acres of land adjacent to Ontario, Nyssa and Vale, and is one of the largest projects in Kastern Oregon. During the past week Senatora Lane and Chamberlain and Congreaaman Sinnott have been at work with Secretary of the Interior Lane, with the result that certain promises have been exacted which make this irrigation project of Mai ! ui county very promising. An established rule of the Interior Department has been to require the state to nppropHs...

Publication Title: Ontario Argus, The
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