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For the Malheur Project.
Representative Newspaper of Malheur County.
ONTARIO, OKFOON, KIH DAY. .ILLY
n.h.nnlitn Vmir Hnnin Mpr
; chants. Ontario Goods tor 2
Ontario and the People of J
I Malheur County.
... Wilson-Duffy Drug Co.
km. Is of drug.
Urv Ive'l- loft for Colombo
on rlnmlay I" i-il icIativcA ni d
I (and llader Prne. nd Co,
Hew ilflv. ;n tlii R i-"i;. Il Will
Attorney A. N. 8olisi -was in
Vale tli" Hrst of lite week on
llatberl Williams is nf-i-itnt
Pjttmaator Bptoul du ing the
ahs in ..' Mit. Hproul.
Vcrvci.oi 1 wheal. Ai-
aolutely dean. Only a linnti.l
nuentity left. M. M. Co.
F Faaser, manugi
. M. '.., ii In ni"' fi "i
M. M. I '..., is liomc fi "in i I. ii" i
tic trip to il a Intel ior.
w. II. Doolittl tn '
Ti lay from .iiv' i.i.-i
..UK :.. IWllaml ami He
Adelegalb f OnUrioltee al
t Mid Uiccirc.Hat Weieor on
Momlay mid WDOH it a pad
M. W. Ib.non of Moist vi--
He i in Ontario daring the week,
the client f his daughter, Mi",
Henry Allison arrived bOMC
from the BoatUo fair on Monday.
II. aaya th.- axnoaitioii is all It
I l.l Iii ! to he
Raaorj Cole, the exteneiva
-'jeopman, and fin.il . of Willo.v
r.-ck, registered al lha Carter
House on Monday.
li.ini In tbbi city, July 10.
HNKI, to the wife ol A. K. Ko, a
miii. and .mi popular leal .
Ial. ag nl is all imill !
W. S. Martin, m f lha 00
i-r. ol the Keelern Owgon Iaud
Co . la ii. she ait, lie is sol il
for govern nseal Irrigation.
Mi A L. Sproul and s. n
II.LtoWb-u ior . ou-i p.iuis Hum
day. They will v islt tbe Neat' a
fair before returning home.
J. H Mhuk.il.v
ai.d wiic . r-1
i ; i .1 1 :i..iii Jordan Valley
ll.e lir-t Of the Mick .1. I! ie
, i Willi UHgl nilU I'Ulllllii?, ami B
outs llial lavoie d section pll, , ,
'I h.vSih.r City S'ugget aayi
thai Lied j. I'almer celebraUs!
Llm mtvaitl of his new auto to
Jordan Valley by i unning " pi
and killing "Uncle Dill) Pai ki
Haalah tattoo pwctnna lo be
lai.iiclH'l will, iv iiieiuiipeiein,,.
ell.KrS Ol (II HI'S. I I V
. . i e
Wilson Duffv iMm Co., for
clean diug.-, ami SXpeil .-civ:..-
D. M. Tint!., has opened
-ei on.l-h.iml .-lole. two dOOri
nortli of the Argui office aud
will buy and rail all kinds of
j nun III 111 linr. ill einii n.
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. . . i i . ' : i . 1 1 I i f 11 till i' I 1 .1 I .1 l i ! t t S
1113 ' lUl'U- U Clll.lll uv-ui.
M F. Llovd ami wile of BoiSC I'"1" M"phcrs(m was water-
visited la-t Sunday with Mr l l,is horaea the other day
ami Mr. O. ti. Lin-hrs. The '"'d um-m the animals was act
iwolaiVilies were former friends "'U 1,a,iI.v :,t l!lL' l""np. Mac
in northwest lowj. Mr. Uoyd kuk''1 at ll,t' l(iui"e' band and
is an old i ii' printer and tba hed, landing hia foot on the
Argui acknowledgof a pleaaani Pap and apraioiug hia big lay.
lb v . A. W. Bond, fouuerlv of
Weiaer' who has been in the em-
ploy of the 'High Line" com
pany, the private enterprise
that is mleavoriiiL' to secure the
cpnatruction of the Malheur
irrigation .anil, Ins left the
employ ol thai oomrany and
Hone to Seatth-. His family is
iu Portland with Mrs. Mend's
parents. WeioOf Signal.
th- Binding nl your city com
to yon for aid In ihe work, don'1
Pltneir ni'Mirv, soys in nwn
"Signal. They aw giving mow
money llinil you nn', imn arc
working for the good of ill city,
four good iii well as their own.
Don't trial lln' iiicin lc is of ,i
lininx'iiil eommitlM from tin'
Commercial club ni you would
n bad drill collector, Ilia innn
ben of tlir com mi lie haw your
welfare al liearti It la waler It
chill the enthuaiaam of honest,
loyal workera, than it iq la
km. He tin lr .'ni. QiW thorn
j our siiiioi t. Don'l pick Ihelr
work to plot ea If you can
improve on it, take off your
cn.it ami In 'n lioost. 1 1 vnn'd
u-.i k a bard a you kick, eoma
of you would lie veritable glanti
hi municipal booating,
Jud Dav7s Reversed
Holding llint n provision of
of thrill harlot of Nyaea, providing
that all the taxea collected within
thecity limiis by the county for
"'"" i'"!"''- " '' "'"r"
ovw ,n "l"1 'xl"'"'''l hy the
''V eXelnsJvdy for I mid Mil-
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provemeul i- not In violation of
ll.e si lie CHllslitlllK.il III,. Ml
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, fJuUf, ,,mv B, 1m, (l(.nU
,,mlll(. ,htur ,.llllhlV) ,,,,
illicfts the counlv olliccis to
turn over la (ha City tba ItlM
collected arilhin it corporate
luniis for road purpooei The
opinion ih by Juatioe McDride.
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I lie funnels lllslllllte M In .1
si It-l for la-1 Wcilnesilav has
boon postponed until July SI, al
which tunc llirc. of the most
ui Agricultural College will be
huwaeitt. The program Includes
Iwtuwa by Preaidenl Kerr, Dr.
U'lnty.. and 1'iof. Uwis,
I DC Ainu I w ill nie lull ..ii In
ulai - regarding the session in
the nexl Issue
Ontai i bids v on a hcai Iv wd
come, Bei rotary Balllnier.
ci rotary Mai
Kcnvon ami A. N. Soli--
i took ill" the rirCUS at Moi-e on
t In- file is .rnl.i tklli..., I,,. I ...
lurgacroaru present m greei sec.
rotary of the Iitterior Hallinger,
the first in bar of.a cabinet to
111. I Iw I.. l.....r.
Ontaim is to bave
.1 I. tllllO
nrege, and J. B. Clark ol I'av-
.tie is to comlilet the -.line. '1 he
building will be erected on Call-
fornia avenue, near the Baptiel
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ation was cmnmeiiced yc-tci .lay.
I'. I. li.iinch and wife will
"'iyv Monday for Blgin, Ore.,
l" Waldo. Mf. and Mrs. Hel-
frieh made many friendi bare
vbo will regrei their departure,
but wi.-h them proaperiiy al
Moral: "Punt kick, hut boost."
Charlcv arter and W. W.
Loney arrived home f.ou. their
l iikn.iwii mine, .situated in the
hills of Idaho, the lirst of the
VK- la'i uiougm sumjiies oi
tlu' ore 1,",i lM can be seen in
tiie rOO With thea.d of a power-
,ul P ,ht' lnL to the
mine W0I made without dilh-
cully, but coming oiit Wult lost
Flic Secretary of llic Interior Will Mcol Land
Owners to Ascertain Senlinicn! Toward
the Proposed Government Project and
Secretary of the Interior Hal-
linger will arrive in Ontario this
afternoon Oil t lie 1 o'eloek
At a meeting of the Ontario
Commercial Cluh held Monday
evening all definite arrange -
incuts were made to entertain
the honoied visitor during his
stay in thin city.
He in coming here for the
purpose of meeting the land -
owners regarding the construe
tion of the Malheur Irrigation
pioject, and farmers will he here
from Vale, Dead Ox Flat, Willow
(reek, Ontario nml the sur-
loiiiuling country to discuss the
matter with the secretary.
An afternoon and evening
session m ill he held in the Citv
I'ark and everyhoily is most1
ciriliiilly invited to attend and
meet Mr. Hiillinger ami tell him '
the untold henelit to he derived
if the government will construct
the Malheur Irrigation pro-
The sentiment of the people .
north of Arcadia is strongly in inoters from either sid of llic
favor of government irrigation, controversy in an lying "t )
and (he farmers will he here to eUion.
E E. Pinkerton.
The sad lidings was received
in Ontario the lirst of the week
Of Ihe death of F F. I'inkci (on
it Mai. mini, Okla , which oc
eu red on .Inly II Mr. Linker
ton had been a sufferer of
Mi mill's disease for many vears
ami was aged 12 year al the
lime of his demise. During his
Slav III milium he i ii .i.li- ukiiiv
friends, as ho was a gentleinan ,
of impulse and a model citizen. J
Ula sudden death will hu de- J
..lored l.v nil in tlii neelioii
pl"llil I'V Illl III lllis se lion
"Baehelor Club "
The 'Machelor Club" held a
meeting Monday evening and
the following oAeoraaraw elected
to serve until their wives return
Preaidenl, A. N. Belies; secre
tarytrearawr, 0. F. Kenyan;
cllllirillUII Of invet!LUlloll COII1-
unttee, Al Sproul. An auxilliary
to the chit) was formed, to be
known as "I Want to Jet Mar
ried," and applications were re-
cived from the following: Dr.
U. O Payne, Henry Moody, Joe
Menizies, Al Moody, Ted Sulli
van, Lee Fiser and Jake (Jregg
A ballot was taken and all the
applicants were rejtcted except
Joe M. i.!ie.-
Seven Kentucky-bred lacks,
Standing 10 to Hi hands high,
among the largest and best ever
shipped to this country. MLV
NOW, so that your purchase
will become acquainted and ac
customed to his home and ac
climated for next spring service.
it. D. RnoifAM,
A Y KximmUIou Kates.
viu Oregon Short Line Railroad.
$86.16 from Ontario to Seattle
and return. On sale daily, com
mencing June l.-t Ask agents
for I'.uihti particulars.
urge on the secretary the ncecs-
sity of tlie gOWriimeilt taking up
the project, while Nysna and
.Owyhee, who favor the High
Line Ditch company, will hi
'here in the interest of that com
The matter may he settled by
the government taking up tin
Malheur project inul leaving out
all the land south of Anndui
I which includes Nyssa ami thojaofl
, Owyhee This seems to he ll.e
only feasible way of adjusting
the matter as the laud owners
north of Arcadia will not sicn
their land with the High Line
company even if the govern
ment should turn down tin pro
ject, prefering to form a separ-
ale irrigation ilislnet It i- an-
ticipated that thecity will he
crowded with land owners UXM .
us they have asked Secretary
Hallinger to coii.e, and be will
he able to detetuiiue from his
own observation as to what the
people here want (and not have
to depend on the report of pro-
Supeiinlelldeiit A M. Slcvcii
of the Llah div isioii of the t Iii'
Con Short Line says a new
sehger train will he put on the
hitler part of the month between
Salt Lake and I'orllam. The
Schedule has not yet heen com.
pleted, but it is thought the
train will have OgdeO hctwici;
7 and i in the evening and will
run to the coast on a very fast
schedule. This is looked upon
as movement mi the part m
the llai iniaii roads lo play a
more important part in the
passenger traffic to the ninth
west. as ob a j. "wv
same oervice as oi loie
Assistant Manager (iould of
the Rocky Mountain Mill Tele
phone Co , called at the rgils
office on Momlay ami inform
us that commencing on Julv :"i
iljeoini.ai.y would again in
augu rate their old service in n
tario with A. Snwlcr as iniiii-
-.SB - -
t'AMO Of THANKS.
We desire to extend our sin
cere thanks lo friends who
assisted us during the llckueSi
and at the funeral of our little
one, and the same will never h.
Fn NKKsK VNIi F VMM v.
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U. A. It. i ONV KX'I l"N.
Salt Lake City, August 'J-1 I.
Excursions iu Oregon Short
Line, August 7lh to Lilh, inclu-
sue. Uelurn limit, .ugu.-i SJ .
Ask agents for rates and further
Everything has advamed in OI M.v, thoroughbred Jnekl
the Hour line, but we are -till , which he has placed on tin
selling at the old price. Order LaarKet and the same can be
a sack of Imperial Patent. M. l.-se-u at the I'urcell A: Ma.hh n
M Co. Ibaru.
Wilson-Duffy Co. for all kinds
I'itch in. Lot u make a city
If von want to kick
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... III,- mi jM-i null hll'K III! il
i noroiigiinre.i ij;i. I ."Kin
ducks- to trade for young diii k-
cns. Inquiw at Argus office.
.1. ft, Mlackal.v ami wife left
Tueeday for tin Seattle fair.
They will also visit Alaska
,,, TonnlniOto arrived
from l.akeview on Wednesday
ami is the gueat of his lister,
"n. R. 0. WbitWOTtll.
Any phyaician that knows the
Wilson-Duff) Drag Co . will not
beaitate to trust his natient'i
medicine to us for preparation.
Sabbath School at tiic Curio
s.ln.ol house Sahhath afternoon
nt It o'clock, followed by a brief
address by ftei i. W Morri-
Oottueiluian Allen and .lack
Ubiteeida left Tucsdav for Klin
mi a Babing trip. Lookout for
I lengthy flb atoriee wbon Frank
Harry Lackey, who has I. ecu
aoi king on s. eral metropolitan
paper- in (lie cast as a cailoon-
isl, arrive. I hone the lirst of the
week on a v i-it.
I boa. Turiihull, the promi
nent sheepman ami a director
of the First National Bank, was
a business visitor to Ontario
during the week.
Married In Ontario, July 18,
!!!, at the r. snlcnce of ti. V
Thomas, Henry Shannon to
Miss Florence Hi. kiuhotham.
Rev, Young, officiating.
ludge (i. L King arrived
Imnie from his Seattle trip on
Saturday ami npoit- (In big
fair worthy of a vi-it. lie hit
lot Payette Lake- on Monday to
spend M dav I
Al the the I'niie.i Preebyte
' . in Hall on nexl Sahhath imnu
IUH the lopie will he What lla-
(Jod Said'" In tin- s ven ins,
Lie suhjeei ,,f dlaeourae will be
"I lo s Sad ( 'oliiplaini."
VV e l.i-. I-...-. .i( ...I m I .. ...
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shipment of faipet Swecpel-.
more than we .in k 11 at regular
. i . n:
prices and havo decided to sell
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at Jobbers prices, t .11 and ses
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whit tiny aw. M M iv
ti. . Thomas and wife and
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n - imoy i.aimingnani i.-n
Monday foi Heatlle
Alter v i-it- -
imr llm I -i i Hioii ! . II .1... . i i...
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BriUah Columbia and tbsnes ...
Sitka, Ala-ka, ami exnet to la
abaeill I month
A. F. Rutherford and wife at
n I ol r nil the IL'ii'i' i. inch,
mar Westfall, on Mondav. Mi-.
Rutherford i- confined to her
Imnie w ih t phoid fiver, ami
her many fi lends a Isb bet b
- i . .iv reoovery.
D W laid veil has purchased
be shot shop of I'ri .1 ILlfii.h
and will continue the business
at 1 . W. Allen- Lame.-- -lole.
Mr. Caldwell is cxperici.ced In pertinents offc I plemiid a. Ivan
shoe work of all kind- ami re tages,
BpOCtfully solicits your patron- Siinlie- will I" resumed Sept,
ae. Bee hia adv. in this issue ' !,":' 1'"' "",l"1 partleu.
iai - i ..II at the .. -!' ail-
To Freighters We have a Jrcss the Bimtku Bri-Kiit
......... i ..f I . . i : .
',1 I ; e illl I III I I l o. i ii ii i- to -III I.
lo tin- inii'imr ami wi
U" .1 rules, Let lis hear from
you if you are interested.
bOttl M.Kantile l o.
). Keilman, nromictor ol
the Ureal Falls Live Stock L-
obange of Qwal Falls, Mont., ii
in the city with a consignment
In Favor of Bridge
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leeein .KUMmcIl II Hill VV a-ll
Ington, l c , state thai tba
Iioubc of i epresentetM m paaaed
the oronibui bridge bill, which,
among other thinge, authorixei
tlii' COttntV commissioners of
i l..ii ,.
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Canyon county, Idaho, and Ihe
Chamber of I loin meres of I inta
I in, to construct, maintain and
"pirate a bridge across Snake
( n ar at a point suitable U) tin
interests (,f navigation at tin
city of Ontai i".
A dlapab It ednetday t" thi
hitario Common ial Hub fwm
Ci.i i d States , tutor Cham
in i '.in state- thai the eonatt
hi s missed lln al DVa lull and
that Preaidenl Tafl will s'gn
the same today.
All obataolea aw bow re
moved for the construction ol
the ntario-Siinke riwi bridgs
Let Oshorn Wander
The conviction of II. . k ( -boi
u, indicted mi a statutoi j
it line iii Malheur county and
lentenofd lo three Mais n tba
pi inieiitiaiy l.y Judge Davia,
was rever.-ed tin week bj the
lupreuw court, iii an opinion
by Jiatioe W. II. King, because
Judge D.IV 1- ol.leli the curt
r n cleared so 1 1 in t tli. . Ii-
uiicht be hchind cloved doors.
0-boi ii waa brought from Ha
h ui some time ii(o to await the
decision! of the supreme court,
and was confined in the county
jail at Vale, lie later escaped
hv diggiug through the stone
wall of the hastlle and has not
heen In aid of since.
eiherift Odell would confer n
favor on Ihe taxpayers of ih.
counlv if he would let ( l-l.oi i,
wander, as the Argus editoi WtMg T YJT 1
"i.e of ihe jury that cenv uti d III 1 I I i r V
'-horn, ami (jie axpense in - J IvVJlVU
Cliricl lo the county was ennr-moil-.
W. S III 'nl Inn ha sold his
' ... ie tract adjoiuing the lot n
-il. on the ca-l. and w ill -. oil
leav e o I ulill , OrO., U) H-ldc.
A pally of old neighbors went
to the In n Tin-. lav to hid
"r and Mis. Cotton farewell.
Among thoe present were Ihv
Morrison and wife, N'el"..n Suh
Ions and wife, A. II. McOresor
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I. Illl Wile .1 I, SI,. I,,. in.,1 (ill.
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' ' Fairehi d and wife, ). S.
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Mtlhkin and win-, Mrs, . .
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Mall, tt, Mrs linker, Mi Me.
wee, Mi-. Castignetto, Mi.
iurln ,Mit I'anry Mallell.C. II
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f. rrdllCIS AOddeiliy.
Baker City, Oregon
Boardtafj and im School
Illl OB IN. i.i.ui-it
Tin ' our so ol studios i im
hiiicc.- the eight II I i l( of i oin
ii. on studii hi ai . 'I on i lie
. .1 -. o -lie In s, ihe Ai il 'eiiiic
course ol foui
( 'ommereial our-.
'I be inn-!.' an. I painliii)
t 'my (V He Ban ol tbe Pastime
billiard and pool room-, one of !
the Hues I in the north weal, invite-
your patronage. The in ui
also curries i ig.n -, tobaci ", line '
eonfectiouerv, etc , 'I he fruit
and . oniectioi.ci v -tor.- is scpai-
ati Iron tbe billiard room, and
the la. In- "I Ontario ale . --
pecially invited to make their
purcbassi at the I'aaliine, ju.-t
loulb of Mo.i Bros (V. Uo
I'rii '. Now .
i i .tin
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1 ." l -
I. i:ihm; li;'t tMllMT,
Ontai lo, i h i
D. W. Caldwel!
ShopIn L. W
Sri- our line Ii in of ' I . ! ! s
-I ii -1 in .iii.I going at , i iv
'I lo v.i i.m, i in Hal Luis
ami m w I '. -i;n ii Jewelry,
A complete line of
h i I Ml) u and In liumints
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Hie Jewelry am i cu
I - our in.! i .. i , ;
w iiu 1 1" 1 1
Inn -. IL DC!) In
give v.ni a Ii .
' - ' I
oi the Count;
. VI II HUM i
la Iregou Short I iue.
'.nl v lor tii kel one w sv via
Portland. KrequenI dales for
other routes, Bee Oregou Short
.n... agent- for further 'letaiN.
The Argus will lell y . 1 1 all
nw l. Ii i n .