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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1914)
Ontario argusicelilo CANAL
PUM.iNHKI) KVKKY TnUHSDAY
Entered in t lie BOStoBoS at Ontario
Orenn, fur t ritiiHitiiHiH through the
mmlH iih second -dan matter.
M. E. BAIN. Publisher.
Tho voter in responsible for the
nfflrcra elected. If vmi ffltt to have
Koorl men elpotid it i nacesmry to
n that they am nominator). Only
one third of the voter of thin section
li.ivr rou'Meted anil will ho ill li' t'i
vol at the pflfT election. Tho
amo condition cxitt in all the MS
tlnn of thi- Htate outnide of Portliunl
nil tha viuer of Portland will OMl
ill. nit mm half of the total vote oust
at the notnlnatiiiR elect inn. If yon
arc Stteftad with the Went kind Ol
officer it will not he neoeary to
register or vole M the agitator are
all prepared to voti'. only the 001 I
vatlM' in. are BOalOOtlne their
doty. Ihn ery onca who have the
moHt Ml Make. It nill lint take t I I
five in in ittcH of your time to rOgtttsr
at tlie oily hall todojB
At tho nieetlnu in Denver of the
(Joferiuirs of the Wontern tato tin'
leanlnu of the public iluiiiain wan up
for iiiualou and the nvei ii"r fion;
Oretfoti nh the only our who fav
Mi the leaNinu hill. Weit alwaya
claim to be a friend of tie1 ioor
mini and toadlSS to the round nark
element, hut when a meuiuro BOOMS
up thai tavora the monopoly of the
.- h the hf eattle eotnpanieH he
favor It and mIii (im every amall far
inei mill euttleiiiaii in the face. Me
probably thnuwht the people of Ore
Hon would not kinov what pOOttfOB he
took on tli' propottlOO. ill ia hIwiiv
a ante hi that W ! It on the wroiik'
aide uf any pi npimlt Ion thai P0U1SS
Politician and ofhee BBShatS are
1 1 1 HI in I III I il In tii'ri I'li'Hi' day and we
bSfln l In ir tlie old n le mi' iidvaiiiiiil
thai il hIiuiiIiI not make any differ
MM what party a man I. eh. nun to.
The vnlera have heeil cauuht liy thin
Hctei.il I Hue and it la nl . llM
i i . i il..- ii.iiniritv piirtv. .i pnm
cut wn have two MMtOfi ami a tfui
ernor, all eleeted hy republican
vi.ii i, who are wnrkiiitf over lime
to dili ill OVOff NNN and prini'iple
iidn i Hied hv the repilhlicailN. Thin
UBS minority party iiUii advance the
aiKUiniut I hat I here la no iliffi r.iuoe III
tin' platlei inn. and they mitfht ua well
tell yen HihI lihiek la white a far
na the Until l cimoer, led. hut thay
mcoied in making many of tin- to
publican tiellete their niory. Tin
tepiihlli'iiii party lad limn in protect
" the p. niliiiit of tlie tnrui and
raime. the democrat do not. If
I here i'ei wan a time when every
republican MMlM "land ntiletly hy
hla iut iiiuuliieea. thai tune it. now.
Portland. OrcKnii, Apr. 7, l'.ill.
Special Of Rtoet Intereat and Im
pOttsnoS to the entire ColtlBlhtl
l!'i-in Ih the prediction made icei'tit
i.v by Major .1. .i. Morrow, snalnnni
in BhSfM Si 'Ihh ditiiot. that river
steamer wnuld he penned through
IbO (Jcliln Canal before thefirnt of
next .lanaury The pant month of
Mairh wan notable in that HOTS ac
tual progrsSS wan made on the canal
than in any other nitiule Bl nth.
I'inm end to end the gmnl ditch ih
tin1 anene of ceanlenn and sffSOtlTS
activity. Looks srs holoi soostros
led. uaten Isstol led, the bottnSH Of
the canal S heiilK fbuH'd with steel
bare our which In poured thOOSSOdl
of ton of SOOOTOtO) the nlopniK lldsfl
are DSlBS ilpruppi'd in one place
with reinforced concrete, in MOthOf
with rabbis iiiiinonry and Instill
another with yoal blocks of lava
rock. SMOrdlng to the cliaracti i ot
i he hack niu iii.nti aal.
At the hi ad uf the I'ive Mile
Rapldo a little bund of men is at
work borinn hole Into the rooky
'alls of the Korue. cnrefiilly exam In
iiitf the material brOOffM up by the
driliaaiid caielullv rseordlSfl their
h.ei vat ions. I 'bene men are the
pioneeiH nenl out b the -tat' - nl
W'anhluutoii and OfOSOB " detennlne
the tenalliil ity of eoiinti net init a
mi it dam acinna the liver at llu-
polut for the purpone of ih-ImIImil'
the most powerful hydro electric
plant weit of Niaifnra I nil- The
river ii only elmui 'JOtl feet wide at
the head (it the rapid, but the depth
nearly SQJMll the width.
FRUITLAND HAS TWO
Mrs. S. M. ThomM, who litis
bten iiwuv scvi'tnl weeks viit-
itiu; friends in Montana, returned
ImI week. Her lieultli is iniicli
improvtd by tlie trip.
Tlie Christian llndeavor busi
D0M mttting Wtl lield at tlie
(mine of Karl Scritchlield last
Saturday evening. After tho
regular buiioota the timo wus
.spent with Raines and dainty re
frtthmoDtl which were prepared
by Mrs. S.iilciilielil.
Ralpfa Makinsnti has aeeopted
a position as official tnilk tester
of this COUQty and commenced
his work Monday.
The Baiter servicta at the
Methoditt Church were well at
tended and enjoyed hy all. The
Sunday school piea program
and nl the preaching service -1
came into full membership of
tjticen Ksther circle will meet
at the home of Miss Alice Wheal
don next Saturday afternoon.
I ra Meh In ir and Miss Kathcr-
lne iMiessner were married at
Weiser on Wednesday, by Kov.
II. B. OullUon at the M. B. par
l.'i'li it H. Robbini and Miss
(iraee Bailey, of Nyssa, were
married at the I ('. Ilimler
home hy Midi r J. K. Shanibern
or, on Bundaj nt high noon.
Mrs. Btepheos, Im has I n
rlsiting relatives and friends in
Washington the last tWO months
i expected home this wet Ic,
The Udiei Aid ol the M. B
church will (five an entertain
ment in the Association I'lickine,
house Friday eveiiini,', April 17.
A lltlissiou '-'" and 0 cents. Ice
ereiiin and cake will be served
fret. All are cordially invite. I.
Ml'S Kowelia KohiliHou, do
mestio Science teacher here, met
dliS ('. NOBER with a very p. linl'ul accident Sal-
i wmn beta and roared upoa a farm urday When -he fell and broke
"' iu,"'Ul "v- u"'; '''"''"'"' bar hit hand. Dr. Wright took
myself by my ooo sftorts. ami
I,.,,,, en,,.,,,.. i law ,., Portland slaee hvr ,n N,'w ' IjmouUi where be
lone. Is. i I. I.n,. .ilmti taken an e-ot the Use of at: X rav machine
active part in publlfl allium, '""t iUl, set the holn-.
have helil him , il olticlal MMitlODI
I -la v m loeord a- Stale MO ' ' Scute htield is bllihlill 11
Slot at the hu-t SSSSlOO ot the lOtflt bOUM on hi property, lst west
latllle. 1 winked and oled aillixt i i i . i u
in iii- i.-nnioe. .Ml llli'l '.!.-.
the new tax law, ami faor a law
niikluu taxea payable .em i anually H 'Itnph ry Will move into it this
without peniillv week.
Only live uf ihc law pOSSSd at .. ,, , a, .
thai sees wets rs I to the Sln-E A NU'"er ' ,,av,l!
people by Ml inlum UstltloUSi four U SiegO Ol pliell lllilllia
"' thses Iks i pis apprivd by ,'h(. wu srllil(( 1(a tt,am
iixerw IihIiuIiii.' ma n I II lee. and I nted .
tor them, the tilth '.,- l.,,t as w' '" ' "elte I' I (day for a
Jusl I 'Jit eggs in one year Is aadli defaaled, and i had totsd game with the Payette, but the
n unr rf ecru hl'i Hit' 1 1 1 till tin'
! way from CertalllS St B BpSOlniSO,
produced a IhuuIi at kbs liitu.i- IB
stitote held hint week at the BoUll'
vani Uraasjs belli ebsn Prof. Lartoo
daelared thai he bad lelsotsd Hit ssi
for saalhltloa purpesss sod bsd eoo
nider ed it BJOOd until COUlBI I '
this section he hud dlSOOtsn I B0
nmeh hetier corn could bs BtOOB Ifl
oieon. DuritiK hi addrsss he so
mitti'd hi nurprlne al the qOSlltl
and, umreover, the unanlitv "I coin
thit cbii lie SJTOWa on I his land.
Pot the tnont part his tiinr MBS taken
up wdh practical soMsstloos tot im
ptOtlBR the 1 1 1 i 1 1 ity and yield el
corn He waa followed bv Ml
Shlnn. the new auricultui al adve-ei
who briefly outlined his IsOS MtS
Kohlas tnid of the possibilities ol
home improvement and to illuntral 8
her points reterreii to the advance
made in the paot fe Main thai bstl
added to tho comforts in the home
I'rnf Kilt, conclude I tie BTSOlOB
0 it li an illustrated lecture on dairy
stock, showing alide of a larue num
hSt of the 1 1 neat Ivpen of the tBtlOOS '
breed. The attent ion of the audi
cure waa directed to the dllfelent
jpmd point and difference of each
(u the following, afteruoiiii Mr.
RohhlBS ilemiillMtiateil conkillU fur
the la lie-, a larue number at'eiuliuu.
I n t he eveuinu I'nd l.iu miii iiKiiin
gave a telk on farm subject., of pe
cial latere! and Mih Rol bin illu
tinted her lecture on iheO . A. ('. al
( i : willla with ii larue number of
slide ihowlnir the beauty and efli
oiency of that innl itutum lie in
-tituti' which wa held under the ails
plee of the extennlou de artini'iit uf
the O. A. C , proved one of Hie miorI
latStOStlan ;'IMt ,IH- heeil held ill
MRS. C. HARRKLL
Mione 81 M.
Miss t;. in ,,
Millinery & Art Store
Qlsssaltte Hope. i M. C, tohroMvry Moss, oil Palntln
Art N,e(lbork. omII Nerkwear. l)esiKninK & IVrfonili
i aihriilileri Lesson-. dhhbhj
SAVING TIMt b TELEPHONtl
Means Not Only Time But Money.
Do jrou ever consider how long it takes to travel Km distunce
from your house to the Doctor and Merchant and what time
you save by telephoning? If your time is worth anything, you
cannot afford to he without a Telephone.
Malheur Home TelephoneCo.
Stte 'iient of the nanrhlp. StC.
reipilred liy the act cf Aiitfunt 'J I .
i.Hi, ot Ontario Atawa, published
weekly, at Ontario, Or., for April.
1014. Kill tor, mm hi: i' u sdltor,
huainei niaunuer, puldlnhei, ,.iih.
M. K. Haln. Ontario, Or. No boi II
or uiortuaue. Sinned. M I'., lialu
Sworn and siibneiilird beture me tills
1-t day of April. 914, s. K. 'I
200 Acres for Sale
Fifty aci-fs has horn soodod to alfalfa.
Somo huildingt. All under fence.
Railroad line through tract. On Snake
river, wvil drained bend) land. Elec
tric pumping plant can he installed for
s!2 per acre. Will cut up to suit huyer.
1 r Address Box 128, Ontario, Oregon
.t-'iuuj. n.mi aiiiMiiaai im
.ik'.Hiihl It IU tin. Ictjivlatiir-. -... ,,, ..villi. ,1
I worked end toted tor snntot s, veal iron, here atteuded
Miilmki'v h iii in im 1 1 111 wiu.'c bill tor ... .
aomeu. providing lor an impartial '-'-"' sorviow ni i liciu-
oontstlsslee to fit lbs maximum hii Sunday afternoon.
hour, ol labor sad Ins stlulmua I'lit- sehool directors have not
amount ot pay. . .
I tavora .Im. b.r law ,,,v.,l n.K for mwtai wwmtitw rruKiuUM, 0UI
in impartiul comiulialou witl.oi.t the foilowiug hi kDOUt the tench-
oompsstatloa. tells the BMxlsiani ere for next year Superintend.
noiir hi lanor uir iiicu in uic var , , ... . .
. ... ent, (leoiiie I oltop. Hiirh school
l ii lli.lnt I'l.-l I iiiiilllOMt nil thlri "
llo.. egg yields were niade bj in prefaranne to a fiat sleet ho or Prof. Mcintosh, prin.; Prof,
tin ni in the fall and early win M' Dewhlrel and Mis Button Prof.
.1 i I latnr sood loads leuUlntioii .,. ,, v . . ,
i.i mouths, when eaa were ,, ,, ,, ... . Neueou, tnusio and art for
"H ii.th hIhIc Hid. an that we mil)
selling at BO to 00 cents ado., hate ehsapar transportation ffoai the the high ethoot and gradee,
Had the year's orop been eold nl 'nnns nnd iMesdneetw la eeetp dlras tirade teaohere are Beanie
market prioeaaail waa gathered ,i'l" , llu ,,,, lavt- iGriep flrsl slhn Pearson, ieo
It would probabl) have brought aousoiidntioa ui rarlons soBtntltnl ond; Elsie Schmid, third; Emma
the uuoilicial record ol a pan of
-i i n hen- on i.ed by the land
soape gardenei al the Oregou
agi iiiilinie t" .liege, The peu is
from j.e heel oo strain of the
Gollege-bred Barred Rocks, The
In us had the i ui; n: a mi. ..II or
chard and were kepi mid i. i
under ordiuary farm conditions,
Three High Class
All subscribers who are in arrears can
by paying up back account and one year
in advance to The Argus secure the fol
lowing publications Absolutely Free:
sboul S3 I .': cents i doaen, The
entire crop, inure than 1 7 dos
en, would have brought ahoul
1- .o, which is $ii ll. "i a hen
The a ei .j:' cost oi keepi n
ons. or tho nboHthmaat thereof, ami Kcssler, fourth and fifth Miss
placing' Ih... duties into the hand
Bowers, sixth Mrs. Mcintosh,
ot Hie Stale lluard. and bv I he re
dllCtioO Ul the evpeiiM' of coudili'tM StVOnl" n"S M,l,'"a 'llisoii.
Ian tim serious dsunrtstantn it th tMerlit h .
r I it I H
I ,.i..,r -nlt-t,l u..r.,.,u. - ... ll II 11V S idf, I ' llll . HllllillgCr (Hid
tout $1.25 per hen a year. I in- , atats Bdneationai inatituiinns MiseTroyar.
leavoa prodl of $4 50 om each sad thaeontlnned Istatetesseat nl Friendship Mits Edna Harris
l.(1, Illl'lilV mil lill'.H l.ilinnii, lilt' I'lll III. himiiiiii
Domeetic scieuce and manual
And shots ail i favor ihc v icorous arts are to be taught at Sunny
Wiuonr sad Company ...ccv-d a .lM, .. .,,,...,,. ol all the j (,lUlkl department
sarau of boat si Boston from Arnau erlmlnal atatute. incliuiinii Hhont ...
.i . .i ic .Hint in,' and iii '.iiiiliit in..' the aala wl'' he added to the llOii.e 6CO
tine an. I the In. -I ciinloiiiir wan l lie nuioilOll ami pi oniiuium im nine
t Intoxletttini liquors, and tin l noinics ol Kruitland Central
lulled .Mat.- ai tor 'Jsoe .ouir . ,, ,
il do with tirmiiie and lu'partl.il- v,.lo0
lars too farasars nho ratad for Uj, pas rleh. tan pom-, thairsal,
I. stS can UOl find DlUt'k pal the hii.nl le, tu' c.pltallrt, tOS labor .,, ... ... ,, . x.
i-ei. ik in and diikirs of Nn
ii.itimn in that act. ST, IhS cliurchiiian and tl.ell.iior
di iiei shall he BMeaurad i Iks bbus "' "uu """ "'"' ,","" ' " '
i.i ami i.i.'h sksll noswsr foi i'''"'1 dnrs 't nsak. iei i I
I in. uMu uots, boo . ng,
Visit MoHratnci'n ll.ird.wiii Slme
and HSl tlie BargUlUS I'T V its 11.
Fruit Grower and Farmer, (io') $1.00
The Vegetable Grower (monthly) .50
Woman's World ( monthly ) .50
ThU is an exceptional opportunity to square up
old accounts and prepare tor the Future
(Tin ntmin Argus
Phone 17 J.
P. O. Box 128