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OXTAUFO. MAUIELTR COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY7, 1918.
PAGE PTVt ' rT Hi OHO MOTICE Ol AMSr.NMMKNT OK Till: I, I'AVKTTF-OHKOOV HMM'K lit- IMOVriMN I.InIICKI I or.y I .i v In k Itoom. V M (' A . Huh! ess Mouse, ('imp Iais, American Late, wash Town Topics Tersely Told ii Kev. ('. H. Powell. general mis Hlmmry of the Episcopal church In the dlHlrlrt of Kastern Oregon, will hold sc vices In the Masonic Hall neit Bun- day, at 7: SO p. m. Wecome V V I'dKUP or llui'liih wax in On-i Mm II ('. Hoyor returned today tarln yesterday on business The from Baker. folks up In that section of the cnun-1 0 try. says Mr Pogiie hnve enjoyed n' Wallr Glenn made a trip to hi i.illd winter The north fork of the r,,,Ml grounds near Janiicson this Malheur frose over only once all win- WBe- ter and thai for but a day. . . . . I Jtihn Heed of poise wan In Ontario MIk Margaret Cupp of Welser ami today. Mian Kreda Jlmmerson of Payette Were the guests of Miss l.m Ine Hmltli far the Red Cross danre last Friday Mlaa .tlmtncrsnn remained ove for the reek erd. i m . r. necoy wno nss oeeen nmuai- Mni ,, (. ,,. w Inn sciatic rheumatism for some time Mondly , ak 0B acooun, nl t, ' ,l1" "' '"' "h"u, ttrnln serious lllneaa of her mother. .o - Oterlea Hodln who haa been a res-1 Uml Jonn ViMU of v,,p w,,0 . I lent of the Orchard thact Sort;,- ,n ImgdilU UllllHIU Hip .. f II,. rlu bl MM time, auc- pBWHlllliru Ontario thla week enroute tinned his personal property on Mnn- f()r Auiln Texas. Ml to RMlfg from th's , . near f line. "The people of Oregon are entitled o to know my position on all matter of i Hindi Allen "f MM Allen HI Co tm un national Importance." an-1 i fi Tueaday for Welser and poln'x MMItl a f, gtanfleld. last week N the Pin road with hla line of foot i.r,,r,. starting on a tour of the Mate! wear. II. expert to none for the ,. interest of hi candidacy for! lulled Slate senator "It la my In-j ti'iillou to give them that Informatien: flrst-linnd Thin plan of campaign Notice Ik hereby (then that the ' Board of Directors of thl P:.ctie (Oregon Slope Irrigation District, at ., I meeting held September 28th, 1817. I.uumI iui assessment on binds within the District for the expenses of the 'year 1917. aa follows for bond Inter . i st and bond fund 1I,M1 II , maintenance fund $18.36102. heitiK at the rate of 98.128 per Irrigable acre on the land within the District And notice I further given that nl a meeting held on January 8th, 1918, tha aald Board of Director levied a special aeamenl on the lands with in the, District, aa follews: for bond Internet and bond fund IB.SS2 00. being at the rate of 91.00 per Irriga ble acre on the landa within the Dis trict, and that amid assessment are now due and payable to me. the tin derslgned Collector of aald District. at the office of the Board of Direct ors, wh'ch Is the one-story frame building near the pumping house of aald District and located in the Hi: qr. of NW qr of Section 2, Township of the week. -O W c. T. U Auxllliary of the ted I .... held a meeting at the home of w -bo l(v mft -n opIM,rluny to Mrs. W. E Im last i ueanay si Kum m((ri i1bUI, information aatoi .ilch 4! women were preeent The h(i Mnin ui u nwJlj of whlcn , v omen of the auxllliary are devoting u ,.,., w, , ,reiljy ,ve rotisl.J. t ielr attention to making many tall ed bondage and dih towels and I in.lUer.hl.f- etc NVt Tuesday t auxllliary will work at the Chn;i ter rooms I M Weaver of Cow Valley, waa in Ontario this we.k sp. nding a few Willi his Hon In law. W V II. iw ard. couiily agricultural agent n John tel of NysKa stopped If " i Argu office Sal unlay 1" t .it the Arnu conttiiiieil to call at I If iluring lis I -. k of K III K m 1I .nest Ihl- we.k ol .Ml vVllaos. H r l Mueller of Vale kit the I ..-.i ..I Mi T V f'aiggetl on Tuea. i nl the .it'ert.oou ut the Red Cvom room o I' I) Hall ... Mi- 0 fj l OMM rooms today. They came i.o NHa knitter but were ni Pled A Monlie II (Iwlun of Boise looked after lo.al interests here Saturday ai.d Monday. .. Mis Kluora Thornton of Payette a. copied a poaltion t hia week In the office of Brooke t Gallagher. o Thoma I.oksii of (he llrogan Mt; In Onurto last Satur day. Mr Logan- rs taking an mtereat in the coining c.rtn eiili.ni of the cat tle men which Is to he held in (In tario, and I coming dowu to help Ontario with the entertainment. iTiible knowl.Hlge." Foil S.M.K 2 fine thorough brrd Kin. le Island roosters. D A Hlles. Ontario. Oregon. tf KKKI' A I'lO -All altea and ag l.nri.c hogs for aal.--K. 8 Bailey. 20-No. I NNS. WOMAN IM CHAMPION KM IT! It IN THIM HPtTlON To Mrs. Addle w of Ny- a, aunt of Wilson brother of 4 Nya and Ontario belong the ..nor of champion knitter o' 4 Malheur coui.'y. so far u re- IMirts have so far reached the 4 Argu offlor A week ago Copley Wllwin. win. enllsteil anil wax aslgnel hil la Sail Lake, received no- lice of a transfer lo Florida and and . " ! Minimer under .. lor that eciloii, but whan en mule llirough the Sunny South he hit sent an S II brothers for . Ire e.M lied cold wave and . H i o his Nyaait a sweater The Nfyssa Saturday, hut no khaki sweuter was to lie ha.l On Sunday yarn wa ae cured and Mrs. Wilson started knit i ng the sweater cud Mon day noon No I look the sweater ok its way The garment was starter, and completed in eight hours oT actual knitting. Need le,, to say Mrs Wilson learned to knit prior lo the Great War Belgium Under the German Heel U BRAND WHITLOCK IS. M inister tt Belgium. Ah A.borb.fig Story, Masterfully Written oontaim the ofBoitl record ( Belgium's tragic lato Id iiin S.i lalU FiliiMiarv 17tli in tin- Oregon Sunday Journal of 1'ortlund :. V, M . in Mali; iur Cl ini. v , in.ni will In- illiniiienl at . oclo.U ! I M B thl lagl Monday In Febru ary llll, li.wii I'.'lirnary 2.'th, 1818, ; ami liiii unless paid pr.or tliereto, , lira pw . rat arlll M adted ta the of IIAULV K I TTIi;. Collector of till- r,iclle OfgfJM Slopi. IrrlRHtlon Dlslrlcl rir pphl cilioi, Feb . I81S on Feb 27. 1918. 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