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THE ONTARIO SEMI-WEEKLY ARGUS
PiMM M MOVABIE CATTLE AND K iCOVERNHENT
OWTAB10, MALHEUR UNTV, O ggOOM, ti khdav, nor. 80. Itl0.
SERVICE OF 0. A. C.
h-mi (IT THK MM INHTUUT-
ok Of Tin-; htatk aorkti,.
TVRAI. lOLLKOK TO HIVE
i.i it it km it oMtiiiu,
II. I), NVMMA AM)
That tli' farmers iiml all tboM In
,i, I., I In the farm huI.J ' h of 0.
,,,. ii. mJMM will be linn a (r..,t
wli ii Hi.' program In given Inn fCl
Hi.' Mot ill School of tin ii , i
OltflO "'ii department i 01 !! i.i fr..iii
O0 Ii i ,,l In rintnr'i of MM tOfOffl
wlin Of! In lOO programs a Ii mi
iiuiiiiifii iii hiin Mom it tin- .
Six days pfogfOOl will b curried mil
In tin' fan noon, afternoon iiihI i
Mm ii n- lit Im ih it i ,, .
, M v Howard Pel
our i n k tl.. ii-il . i .,i
pi. H i in t in1 i "lint if it la cm Im
fur tlii'in tn mil held in iimri' tlii.ii
SHIPPED TO MARKET
roMMiHHioN OOMPAfl WtU ML
kivk manv cars iiuim
II Kill) TIIIM WEEK
MAN VISITS LOCAL
DRAINAGE DECISIVE DEFEAT 18 I ASK THE MINE
UNUU MAR KM IWKHTIOATION
OP WARM MPIU.NOM PROJKCT
WILL RKTIRN WKDVKM-
RAV TO LOOK OVER- IHH.
THHT NKAH ONTARIO.
Several ram of sheep will b H,pp.
I mil of hurn today for the Portland
market, consignments being .,,,. ()
tn farmers Commission Coiiipoay,
i which llonry Blackwell tho preaV
'I'tit ami the representative for thla
,... ... ,,..,,.. w H, . ... ,,.,.. ,n
imiayi shipment 'lulu .., H ,,,, vesication Department of the Oov-
of bOffl I rum Hoii., MM from Ar-;i.i ,. bVOVOOII miiil- a vlalf to UM Warm
I hi from Osteite from ti. (,,,,.,, :"prlnga Irrigation district lust week
l.irill Hid llllf from thl' K a I. Mint u. Ill return -- -- ... II 1BI
GIVEN TO PAYETTE
i-aht nyn op thk tmm
A RIO VICTORY FOR THE
Thursday afternoon the local hlarh
achool foot hall team met the Pay
ette aquad on Ontario gridiron and
defeated tin- vlaltora iy a
THK PIO (lilll MEMBER WANT
HHOOI) NOWH AOKNTHKKKM
LIMT FROM MWLN'K MEN.
Oregon swine men can help aolve
the prohlem of Rood breeding stock
for girls and boya of the pig cluha
acore of jby sending to the cluh leader at the
O. A. C. Conrallls, a Hat of brood
The nam' was a walk-away for the aowa and gilts that they hare for sale.
local boya who had been practicing
diligently under the supervision of
coaches HIIim ami Flser, uird though
the Payette Hiuad played a good
Thla ahould alao help the breeders
find a mnrket for their aurplua breed
ing atufT When theae llata are re
ceived by the agent he will aend them
"""'I' U " I .a, f ,,,. I(V some Investigations near Ontario. It '''""" ?T "'"y " ou,claH,M5d h C,Ub mhr '""king Inquiries
Mr MMkWtU from Ontario ami i,r,... la llk.-ly ,i,rUt will M form.d to , ",,laP,, ""'" w1'" dl' not neem , Mata ahould be detailed enough to
mi : in .on iianip.r.Mi tiy tne muddy K've inienmng purchaaera an Idea of
'ID. tiV Mr Mil, ill .1 .'r,.l.. II. ,1,1, 1,. II,.. KmlaM MllMM .....1.
il'l.iv ' ...- i. i i i i i i i ' ii" I nn i i i i i
Mr HAiiiioiid will fliij, fur rarn of " tin- Malli.-ur rlvr.
'""I'' Mr Mli. hi. i. I...M I., ....... mi r... ...I ...
, t Ii Im vlclnitv that h- Is In u poottiM to
'give valiiai.l.. ai. to tin fartinT OM
teaptettag forming a dlatrlct When
tin- NpoM dram ago KlMtrlct whs form
i. it wan t iniiit i' by engllU'iTH l.iat
Mntiirlii. OrrKun, ! i ...i.. i
I.I. II. 10, III, 17. IN, IttO,
Monday, ImhimiiIht I t
Mnriiii.it I to 12 00
Economic of Apple I intiardlng,
S S lriii OM liour In
i.i- i, Hi. I In
AH- -in". ii I ) to 4 00
Taking I are of the CulU I'ruii
mg iHinonntratlou, W H llroWl
Kviilng N 00 to 00
llltmirated IH-tur- t'oinimin
In-., i I'lwia and I'lant DtefJMi
U S llriiwri
I I '.-I MllilT I I
Miiriiing in in. I,, ; in,
Marketing and Shipping the
Pratt Crop w h hri.wn om
it In I.i- Ml led In
A!', rm.i.ii on I.. 4 ..,.
Om bow in Micd iii Ipm
iiik, Motertel Mi. I'ini k. Aceo-
I 1 1
I h,..r,.. in. 'I.I ..I
'. in, i Mono Urouod v
Wi.liH dap, Doooaibai i
Ml run,,- i ,, h,i
I In' HotelO ' i"I - J I In OI
Om hour to (III in
AC ti,, ..in no to 4
a factor in Health '
im' in iiii.ii-.tr.'tniii. potebla
BOTJ I hy Anna M liiil- -
1 '" ivatlon of Hull Miilature
and Soil l-Vriilit) J K l.n
Hon Tvso liuiirn to he lllle.l In
Kvi'innit h mi to ! II
IHllHtruteil l.i'illil.' In iiii.iki'
of Alkali Lojllbj J K l.aritoii
Tktnilf) heiei r u
Moriilng in mi to I litl
'orn nit ore j LMtM
One hour to he llHeil III
Arternoon I no to 4 N
H I I'orn Selection and Judg-
HiK t lieiuoiiHtratloii ) J I l.ar-
Klreleaa Cookery and Meal I'lau
nlng I Food Valium Hlunt rated i
Anna M Turley
l-'rlduy, Ii.. ,. I,, her 17
Morning in no to 12;00.
Ilreedlng ami Keeling for Milk
I'roduction K II Flttn
I'lilleniug Steera and Hlieep on
Alfulfa ami Silage K Hey
Afternoon 1 :00 to 4 00:
Sheep on the Alfalfa Farm It
Judging dairy cattle (denioiiatra-
tlon ) - K Ii. Fltta.
Fvi'iilng 8:00 to i:00:
Hlustratad Lecture Ileef and
Hheop Maiiagemuiit. It. K. Hey-
Kuturday, December IS
Morning 10:00 to 12:00:
t'orn Sliago and foru for Heef
I'aUle 10 Heynolda
ooperatlve Organixatloua for
the Dairyman - E. 11 Fltta.
Aiieruooii 1 :00 to 4 :00:
SUoa and Ullage - E. I). Fltta.
Jpdglng lleef fattlo. (Demon
Mtratlou ) R. B. Heynolda.
Evening a: 00 to 9:00:
Uluatraied Lecture Typea and
Hreeda of Dairy Cattla. E- M.
LOCAL BOY SENDS
CORN TO NAT. SHOW
Oonoitloa of tb ground.
iMimaii received a anock ovh bump
In the liis part oi tM llrat half of
Ho- game mid was carried off the
Bold hut rernw red ,-oon afterward
The weathet wo ao stormy that
many people who would have heen
' l.i'i lators were f.ir.'i ,1 I., .isv .. .
approximate coat would he $ii, ,,,.,. , '
...,,, ., ul . . . bomo, Dium mlHHlng the last gum. i
Will' Mr Ml.. line h I. nou leilve ..
. . " the neason.
of hiiylng. tiling ami oilier waya of , , . , ..
, ... ,, T'"' loot hall aeaaon Is over and
,- . '',,iinri. im- nini wan cm
the 'juallty and other neceasary pointa
Kit her pure bfM or high gradea may
be Hated fr.fr aale. Addreaa Hat to L.
J. Allen, I'lg Club Leader, 0. A C,
' r.. Itemler. son of II Ii. ,. r ,,,u" '"
who resides on the Iti.ulevard. I... ''..DUKIIK
sent an OtMbM f ten er of corn
to the First National Con Hhow at
St Paul So fur thla lino den thv
only cxhll.lt reported to have hix-n
from (intarWi Thi young man
OM Is nil) year, old. lias enter
ed the Hoys Conic!, ami an the in
tries are divided Into dlntrlftn. It U
pry likely that he will win a prUe
aa he only competes with entries
from Ms own dlatrlct
No entry fee Is charged, the unit
reijuirnunl being that an officer of
a local bank sign a certificate that
they know the conteatant pcraonally,
ami ran ohi.Ii that ue raised the corn
iiliimelf The fir i priie for boya
from Mrli dlatrlct ta an engrated
MlVOf losing cup ami tin- second
prize la a bronze loving OM
The corn selected Im of tin- eow
dent variety and ana from the same
patch as II xhihlf made at (lie local
corn show by S II lieuder The
i 'rage at tin toOaJ IMO OOJ 77
n exhlll of IwelVI OOfl OM enter
e.l Of Oils boy ii tl.- ii U It A
ii.ru lmw pj I'r, TM
for ut eav eleven of the I, layers, It
has he.-n a season of hard work and
'diligent practice, hrulsed hodlea af-
tOf the games and sometimes hrulsed
apirita aa well
The coaches started out at the be
glnlng of the year to make a winning
team. They have succeeded. Of
courae the team lias been defeated
aeveral tlmea. hut the total acore la
j 1 1 2 to their opponenta 6, and It
musr be born In mind that Ontario"
NKAKI.V .Il.tMMi VKHH'KLKH STILL opponenta have not been picked from
;,,..,,, I I .. ...... b ..... Tl 11 k.
......, , .,. 'r, me iocbi uoys
have plnyed ugalnat mime of the
RK.MAIN UITHOIT A
Salem Indications In the motor
SHEEP GROWERS TO
MEET AT PENDLETON
atrongest teama of the country.
Among the members of the foot
ball -ipia.1 there are aome who are
aenlora and theae will never get a
vehicle registration department are , c'""r" lo i-t "ndr the "- "-
fold again 1 he high achool regrets
losing these players and wUhea to ex
tend their thanks through the colums
that unleaa automobile and motor
cycle owners ami dealera and chauf
feurs respond very noon to notice ' of the Argua. to the foothall team.
BROTHER OF IS. D.
C.BRETT DIES IN IOWA
sent them eurly tins month in the
shape of I. lank applications there will
he a congestion of work In Hie de
partment which i make It tnipos
sii.ie to supply many of the licenses,
laga and bfaifOa hy the first of the
year when tM OM licenses become
The work oi registration for 1U1
I 'gun OOfl (Of t Im ii usual thla year
in ,n,er tu allow ample time to se
cure numli-T plates hy the Drat of the
fOOl lllank applications were sent
' coachea. ami the public who at
tended the guinea.
The convention of the Oregon Wool
Orowera Assn , will he held in Pen
dleton on December 3 and 4. Pen
dleton's Commercial club ha- sent out
a cordial invitation to the state to ac-
pt the hospitality of the city at thla
Wool growers are of the opinion
that the coming session of ("ongreaa
Will consider legislation w herehy new
ini'iii.,,1- of disposing of the public
domain may be adopted, and In the
event that auch legialatlon ahould be
enacted the sheepmen may be aerloua
ly handicapped They point out the
necessity for maintaining open drlve
waya for the passage of aheap Into the
foreat reaervea aa one matter of
grave concern Ttie "Pure Fabric Indication of the winner he nl.rin4
OUT will have a prominent place In ,The final count gave Mr. Iloman 15
the dlacuaaion. voteB. and Mr Wood 149.
OMineur county will be well rep- I In a very appropriate speech. Mr
CAICIS LAST Ml. II I IS LIVKLT
AFFAIR 140 VOTKS 1 s.T
WOOD WAS CLOSE SECOND
BO V Kit. HPKNCKR. LKTOON A.0
McCOV ARK OMIATKD KOR
In what is ;ald to have been the
moat Intereatlng and hotly contested
caucus ever held In Ontario, o ecu red
last night when practically one hun
idred and fifty of the votera of On
tario met In the city hall to decide
upon a ticket for Hi. c:ty election t
be held Monday, December ftth. Ac
cording to custom, the nominatloa
laat night practically amounts to tli
election of those aelected, for, unleaa
the precedent la broken, there will
be no opposing ticket.
R. H. Swagler waa choaen chair
man of the meeting and E. G. Bailey
appointed secretary. Nomination
for mayor were first In order, ant
the name of W. F. Homan waa th
first one suggested J. I). Billings
ley then nominated W. W. Wood, and
a moment later a motion carried that
the nomlnationa close Ballola were
distributed and the vote cast. Mr.
Wood and Mr. Homan were closo
contestants. They ran about th
same throughout, and until the laat
vote waa counted, could there uny
reaented at the meeting.
The nr t hot hred locally In the
OOaslOf ' I and election I11111111-
ed "!" .;.i , 0 bOfi P Off V II
to all the ILi.tiOO auto ami truck own ' !' ' Vale, decided to accede to
telegram was received btffi Ml
HnlOJ b Or D C Hr.ti. trllini: of
lie .leuth of his brother 111 law. A II
1 optOJ Ol Milcliellvllle, Iowa Mrs
llr.lt wa ..ille.l to M lii'lM-l"' "I
her hrot her about two months ago.
ami la-, heen with him constant! un
til tOO last Mr Cop. wa ashis
1. mi wciieral manager of the OOOtOfi
division of the Hock Island
HOOI'II'IL NO IKS
J Inigan from Mvorotel OOOf
went ..n oiicrutioii vestcrduy uiorii
ers. 17.1 dealers 4.100 chauffeurs and
, owners of motorcycles nearly a
mouth ago and although the time
available fof registration bofOJTO t .'
first of the coming year 1.. m irlj
half gone only '2, 700 applicatlona
,i;n a yet heen ;-. elved I 1 is
leavea around :l.ooo to be jtt0
.lining the one moith remiiulof
While this ottlce will do its utmost to
lake .ale of the huslne. .-, these lllir- I
us imiicutc the great nun, hi 1 of licepa
en to de Issued wit hill a very limited
lime, .iiiii those Interested may save
themselves Inconvenience y sending
in tin 11 applications at the earliest
possible time, which they are asked
Dick Brown is 11 pat nut at
Henry McDougall left the hospi
tal for hla home in Weal rail, Sunday
Wesley ft!), who bad his foot am
putated laat wek, la doing nicely.
Tl) FKKD CATTI.K IIKRK.
Six cars of cuttle arrived here to-
i day from Juntura and will he fed
iins winter on the Wood place south
east of town The cattle belong to
Wood ii I Ian ley
Miss Margaret Arnold la convalescing.
Mrs. F II Winegar underwent a
alight operation nd left Saturday
A. Fowler from Ironside, left Mon
Mlaa Rose llottenateln from I'uy-
ette underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis Thursday und Is doing nicely.
Walter Rippling Is suffering from
a alight attack of typhoid..
Inula Cehllfol from Weiser la suf
fering from Influeus.
Frank Ash is at the hospital.
the wishes of his many friends, and
announced himself u candidate for
the Hepiihlican nomiiiition for Coun
Mr Staples is one of the best
known K. publicans of Malheur coun
ty and will undoubtedly make a good
rate. He lived in Ontario for many
years, being in business here, ami Is
still a heavy proueny owner in this
city. He has I u postmaster iu
Vale the pust few years, hut his term
of office will expire about the llrst
of April. The primaries come iu
Quite a little political talk is heard
on the street, but the situation has
not taken any semblance of definite
form at this early dale. Within the
next month or six weeks, however,
there will probably be candidates out
for all tin1 county and state offices.
SISTER OF W.H.CECIL
DIES AT OROVILLE
W 'II r.cil of this city received
the news Sunday of the death of his
sister Mrs A. J Frost, at Oroville,
California Mrs Frost vialted here
about three years ago, ami plans were
being mude for her visit here again I
soon when she took pneumonia, andn 'r nominated.
lb, Mian thanked his frlenda for their
support, and incidentally took occa
sion to state that he would fill th
office to the beat of his ability and
would show no favoritism He waa
Nominations for a city treasurer
were then lu order. muU C. W PUtL
the present incumbent, waa the only
date notiiin.i 1 pun .1 mo
tlon the scr. ., . 1 t
cast a unanituiouH vote for Mr. I'lau
Nominations for eotim l::ien wer
then made. Three couucilmen were
nominated to serve for two year
each, and one councilman to serve for
lived only a few days. Mr i ecil
left Sunday night foi Hcppneff, where
the body was shipped, and the funeral
mot ion it was decided that nomlna
tiona for all four offices be made at
the same time, und the three n.-elv-
"THE GIRL OF THE
PACIFIC INTERNA TIONAL
wus held there today. Mrs. Frost 'n l,,e hiahest number of voti be
1b survived be her husband and three declared nominated for the two yea
children. terms, and the one receiving th
I Si 11 1. 1.1 1 . ft., a--.
in. 1 niKiifM nut', im- ueciaie.t nom
inated for the one year term. Thos
nominated are aa follows in the or
der In which they were suggest.-. I
S D Dorman. J. T. McN'uitv 11
0 Hover. W W Letson. W T. Lamp,
km, L o bteCOJ ami S. J Spencer
Hover, l.etson and Spencer were tot
titiro iiomiiiaitii lor ti.1 I wo vei;r
terms, and McCoy was chosen for
the one year term. Following is
the total vote received by each:
S D Dormun jj
J. T. McNulty, 7,
H. C. Boyer 1 ,,(.
W W. Letson .. t
W. T. Lampkiu .,
L. O. McCoy if
8. J. Spencer 95
W. H La.xon received ou vote,
but hia name was not placed in nomination.
Farmers, livestock owners, breed- breeding classes after November 27.
J Johnson left the hospital for
his home In Idaho Palls.
ers ami others will be interested to
leai 11 that the Fifth Annual Inter
national Livestock Exposition, to be
held at the Union Stockyards, North
Portland, from December 6th to 11th
inclusive, gives promise of being one
of the moat succeasful yet held Dur
ing theae six days there will be held
conventions ami meetings of the Ore
gon JeraeyVaitle (Tub, Oregon (luern
uey Cattle Club, Oregou-Wsshington-Id.ilu,
Montana Swine Ureedeis Assn
elation, Oregon Holsteiu Cattle Club,
Northwest Shorthorn Association,
Oregon Butter und Cheese Maker's
Association, Oregon Poultry ami Pet
Stock Hhow, Willamette Valley Wool
Growers' Association, and all to con
clude with the Breeders' und Stock
The judging dates on livestock
exhibits will be held December ti and
7. No entries will b accepted for any
December 11 the big Hereford event
of the yeur the Hereford cattle sale;
will take place, under the uuspices
of It J. Kinder, Secretary of the
American Hereford Cattle Breeders'
Association Uoo A. Uue is manage
for the Third Annual Registered Hol
steiu Sale, ...lining December 10. A
peculiar interesting date is that of
Decembers, when the sale of Champ
ion Individuals and car lata will be
Prospective buyers will be inter
ested to learn that to the purchaser
of two or more carloads of stock, of
any kind, railroad fare will be refund
ed to such purchaser ou presenta
tlou of railroad receipt from railroad
agent, showing amount of fair paid.
We trust our readers will not for
get th dates December -ll, and
that this section may be well represented.
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"The Girl of the Golden . -1 is
the offering at the Dreamland for
tomorrow night. The sceue of the
story is laid in a California minlug
town aud the whole piece is a red
blood drama of love and adventure
DR. PRINZIM. TO R1VKKSIRK.
Dr. Priuziug went o Riverside Sat
urday morning, returning today. Up
on request of KuKuicer Young for the
O. S. L , Dr. Prinzmg weut out t
make an inspection of the health com
ditions along the right-of-way. Sev
eral caaea of typhoid have been broi
to the hospital here from that section.
MRS. KMII.V HALL RKTT "RM
Mrs. Emily Hall who has been th
guest of her daughter Mrs. Pat Gall
agher here, and at their former home
at Juntura since July, left today for
her home in South Dakota. Mrs
Hall will visit relatives in Missouri
on her way home. flhe expects t
return to Ontario sometime next summer.