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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1916)
A GOOD RECORD
Some people make a
record of talking into a
phonograph. Mine was
made by giving "the
best for the money and
a square deal to all."
Suits made to order,
and prices to suit all
Cleaning and pressing,
promptly and properly.
LADIES AND GENTS
Opposite I In- 1'iiMufIlrr
Phone HI5 W
Down Town Office
HAVE YOUR SPRING
A Nu Bone
at the Corset t'nrlor in
i In Annex Hlock, hark
of the M. M. Store
A irnniii guarantied
again! rusting or breaking
SARAK L. CAIN
Are I'roii able
Ontario Produce Co.
Kverything for the l'oultrmun
tallup (OLD S10RAGE
The Only Sanitary lie
Suffolk I'erchcron Stallion
Mnnil- ill his MBCll SSSaT On
tario, ( April 1st, HMO to
Jhii 1st. 11117.
Season, $.V M due WkM
nunc Is in foal, tolls from this
aire tun be oeu at tlie much.
J. P. SCHALL, Prop.
A Cavte of Vnrast.
t'ndouhtcdly for everything tSer la
an ampin cavae. Far bo It from the
liken of mo to knock on natvrc's laws
Itvt why do modern architect ansvme
Unit D l V and carve In MM that
l ulpnble nnd bold abavrdlty? The Ian
(TS0S ed to be hi poor, no terribly
III debt, that It covld not afford a II
to irrai'p the slphsbSt
llt now Hint we poSBSSS the U with
-oft and graccfvl ovrvo, of vnexcelled
docility anil nllllngur to serve, why
do they curve V tilted Stoles and pblle
-i 1 1. m.I nnd vch and nuikn the English
hiugviige look bn finny a the Dvtch.
wlib rralavrnnt nnd I'vllniiin car and
tilvci'Mlty mid other mark of edvca
linn v Impn hi' MOM of vs a
cheap nnd govd.v hlvff. which pnrvenva
May 1 1 v 1 1 In phice of more Iwtnntliil
sli IT. bvt BMPH who tire fashioned ot
of npNMHttl dvst ew nil sveh nf
faction with nn vmsbvbsO disgvst.
Iveh wklMMM slarayi mSs M
very glvm nnd blvp. Now, honest In
Jvn. don't they bSVS thp atne effect on
yiK 1'rlntpr'a Ink.
Hoapitality In Qraace.
Ilonpltnllty .is understood In thp
went la not chnrncterNtle of the
Creek, who In their own country rnre
ly ln He friend to their tnblea. In
her "Ores if the Hellene" Ml
l.noy Unmet relate how on one or-
.imIoh nIic and n friend were In It I
Into the suburb of Ureeoe by n Of
I I in lady who wn gli lug n hlrthdny
ten to her jmnig son n ltd Ills pla
males. "My share of the entertiiln
iiienl." ny Ml UaniPt. "conl-tei!
In watching the little Hon feed, for
neither n cup -if ten nor a llce of the
birthday cake c nne my wiiy or the
way of my companion, whose hospital
Ity the hoateaa heraelf frequently en
Joyed." Till nppiirciit iilggnrdlliiess
la, of pourae, entirely due to the cua
lorn of the country Tho writer ndd
i lint Hie same hostess on coining to
England eiitertiiliicil like the average
llrlli'ii. IUiidnu Chronicle.
The first Bomb.
The bomb came Into Ix-lng during the
troublous Utile lu France townrd the
eloae of the eighteenth century. Ita
Inventor wan a French fanatic named
Chevalier, who had conceived such nn
Intense hatred of Nnpoleoii that he d
termlned to kill hlui.
liclng puiployisl at a government
siiinll inins factory, he linil gtilned ume
knowledge of explosives, mid with this
knowledge he milling)! to const met n
IhiuiIi out of a burrel. which he tilled
with :i mil tin - of powder, bullets, bro
ken glnaa and white araenlc.
Chevalier's Idea was for the bomb
to evplode under Napoleon' cnrrlnge ns
II passed through tho streets of I'urls
A nil", nl. ul. ill. hi, however, caused It to
go off ii few seconds ton loon.
Had Chevalier succeeded In III oh
le.t the whole history of EUfSpS would
of course have been changed. Pear
Getting Into a Sorap.
.Many jours ajnj the wild deer Unit
i. n I IkroOaTB Ho for. is of laiglaud
UM-d lo dh: hole. In the earth with
their forefeet. They iiweil It out
tom Unies to the depth of several
Inches, sometimes a fisq m mora
These holes were culled "scrapes," and
tra clcrs at dusk or night or those w So
were i nreless about llielr fiHitlun often
tumbled Into them Taaa were laugh
ed at Tor their he.Hlleness when lhe
came home covered with mud. mid as
this frequently occurred after they had
lss-n linhllilnc- a bit they were snld to
time "got Into a s. uipe' Some Cain
bridge students tisik up this expres j
slon. and thus It cnuie lo lie applied to
poop who hud got Into dltllcultle of
The Sun In Winter.
In whiter we ale It. iMMMHKi mllea near
er the m than In Biiniiuer. Koine
may think that If this statement Is
true we ought to have warmer weath
er In winter than in Hiiiuiner. but It
must be reuieuils'ied til. it the heat we
receive from the suu deeiids very
much iihii the direction of ita ray
lu summer the uu' raya ure more
vertical tluili lu Inter; hence the days
Seeing Around Corner.
There arc many luaecta which huve
a very much larger Held of Islon (ban
we have. This Is due to the greater
.on ivliy of their eyes, enabling them
i.i s. . around tlie i. niier. so lo speuk.
Iiehlinl mid a( the side. Thin ilcvd
opulent In man would have It objec
tionable .mis. Lilt .iIho II good ones,
not the hast of win. might lie the
deletion of pickpocket. Chainl vis'
Water contract until It I i educed i
HI decrees mid then expands till it
frecos. The expansion of frozen wa
' ter Is liecuii c t In- I. e r.h.tal tit less
. Ins. -ly than the particles of water did
Nine cubic Inches of water will lie
i nine, when frozen, ten cubic Inches
Hill lures .win- brother
Jill oh. he' dOWBtOWn learning to
"Ah! I lie p'iiij; b) M I -oldlerV"
"No, a dentist. " Youkcis Sen.
Carrots Fad Cows to Color Milk.
Carrots are sometimes fed to culm
the cow's butter. Milk Is not rich, r
when yellow, hut only has BfcMS culm
log matter fioin the cow's feed. Farm
He of good cheer ulsiut death and
know of u certainty that no e, II OSS
happen to a gosl uiau, cither lu life or
A Uaele Advertisement
An old man, well past alxty, enter,
tho publication office of the Hook and
Life and naked to be directed to the
lost and found counter. At Uie proper
dopnrt input, he requested the Insertion
of the follow lug "liner ad.:"
1.HKT -About r.irtv cnr ngo nn oppor
tunity it it proMkbl) worthleaa now. tmt
1 will reward Ilia hOMM lln.lei nho hrln.J
It to me, n 1 nm curious to know what
It might hnve dun for me had 1 not been
careluaa with It
The clerk rend Uie ndvprtlpnipnt
nnd I lien lookpd pityingly at the old
"We'll lni'rt your nd.." he Mat "but
It li my duty to liifmni you that Ulere
Is luirdly tiny ue In putting It In. Wo
have no NOQfdf, of any lust musatuul
tie ever having been found '
The nl. I man thought for a few min
utes, then he an Id:
"Well, Insert It anyhow. People will
rend it ami start to thinking."
Then he w cut uway. Cleveland
Cro Eyed Mentally.
Do ymi ever start to nay something
Hud II in I yourself using tlie word you
hadn't the faintest Idea of iislngV Juat
a little (To cie.l meutnlly, aren't yoiiT
Did ,ou i'i.'i i:. can M Jam your fisit
M the niielei.ii.il- and slain it down
mi the blSM licteud'.' Iline ymi ever
put snlt twl e on the same plateful of
fOSd when f the application-!
should have been pepper? Did J on
ever laugh nl the wrong time at tho
thiaici, or MSSSS unnecessarily at a
funeral, or tall to sleep quietly III
. barcS) or SSMMMly Inquire where
So and so nownd.iy when the poor
chap ha been (lend nix months? Hurt
fSS have KverybiMly doea 1L We'ro
all Just a bit ineiilally cross eyed sonic
llnics. and we don't lisik w lure It
aeema that w-e are lisiKIng What wt
really need to look out for la not doing
qiiis-r thing too often. If wo do
ih s no telling what may hnppen to
ii. We mny gut into tho paper!
Man Who Wear Feather.
Among the strange tribes of men
alsmt whom little is known art tho
CliaiiiaciMos of the region about tho
upper Paiiigiiny river.
Although the Chuniacocoa wear but
little .lothltig. thpy excel In Uie art
personal ndoi inueiits from
the feather of lords. Their country
iiliouiids with bird of the most beautl
ful p!umii:e Imiiidlng parrots, tou
inn and Colons, whose feathers art
Dg lii color, rhens with gray
Illumes, musk ducks of ti glossy black
color, egrets with feather of pure
Lite ami spoonbills of a delicate pink.
All ih n wen I th of color and grace
ful plumugu is combined by the cha
SatCSSSS lu a most artistic mnnner.
Some of lliese suvuge walk their for
est glades lu color more brilliant. If
less ample, than any woman's dreas
maker could produce. Washington
lls Elaborate Efforts.
"One ahoiild pSWSM of DSSMMg his
pSSflsl In UM I mil I Mil' e." said Clout
"If ymi start off with a yell, w lien the
in lie conn . to I 'ir .1. uuiiclatioii 01
BOOt ho annus you ul.l haw no wind
hit with which lo be omphalic I
line knew a mini whoso wife ex
hibited to .re tbaa 100 hue letter
In i oiirt, w lil.-h he h id rlttcn her dur
lug a brief courtship of eleven week
-u S i'"le bSf sly or nn ue lu one
fay, ami his short : SlMal coiitalinsl
ton. paasa, And i bsMs iksf had
tan liianlc.l two luoiitu bu had slap
ped her jaw fur around that when
IIM wanted to talk Into the telephone
.; i . I i I. ap t . It Ills excue
wus Unit be bad I'Miailsled III nffec
lb u In the enura of (he OStMSyMaV
K inaaa City star.
He w :s old. stay, unKcmpt. uiishav-
Ivtlorlaf I-1 MSB protruded
troii ln ,i..es He crawled up to an
oM are i Cttrt by nn uiniciit In nicstead
ami eluai ttar aatawtsd kaddMb
a man In furs dashed angrily forward.
' llci. t un on- them ring!" he shout cd
The old man renioed threo diamond
ring from his ringers and gave them
to the bl'Ute.
"All right Now go on!" be ordered
to a man turning a handle, "llow'd
you a'ptiso them ring would look on
. n. j on p.or idiot? Hoii're sup
posed to be brol.
Anthony's Nose, tit the northwisi
corner of Westchester county, ft ,
lea. bOS SB ultitude of 1,'Jl'S tect alsive
the Hudson rtrs Tta scenery from
.nil Just al the entraine to the
famous lilghlauds has been described
us the most beautiful on the globe. This
parUeitlar polal Ims luought worldwide
to the iiul.le Hudson, the Ithliie
oi America Ma,a. uie of American
"Am I us dear to eu as 1 wus dur
iBg our coiiitshl.. d.: Unjl ' qilcrlcd the
bride of tdx short months.
"Mmh ileunr." brlctly answered the
woiiied tMgbl payer of the combine
s b proceeded to audit the latest crop
of monthly bills. In linn. ii. .lis Star.
Tta oilier ilraicly i W by is that bed
tiot made up like the u: lids'; The Ser
ytant -its u rasaai bed, sir. Tim Od
BOOT And why Uie dell e Isn I the mil n
stumliug la-side it?- l.ondou Sketch
1'he single snow Hake who carea for
it Ml a whole day of bnowtlukes
who dOSS BOt are for thut? Private
i is Weak, but public opinion k
The slander of some people la as
' gfSSl a recoiiinicudatlou as the praise
1 of othtfi.-FlcldUig.
0. S. L. TIME TABLE
i No. Lo a
1 17 Oregon Wh. Ltd 4-1 m.
'76 Huntington pony f 16 m
19 Oregon Waah Kp. :SS p n
6 Fait Mall 111 p. ..
18 Oregon Wash Lt. . ".It . m.
76 Holse Pony 8:6 n. m.
4 Knstein BiprO till i p. in.
6 Oregon Wash Kxp 6:. .3 p. m.
OOUraOM atfl TF...V I .tANCIl
1 3D Mixed Unit' exr pt
Solid- i fin Itlvirslde 12:2l)pm.
AI. . . .tlUM.AN Hit XNCM
: ist 1 Mix"! Vn n A Hrognn
lis y ex opt Sunday 10:00 a m
: 1' .. ' -I- dally 7:00 p. m.
H" Al i s , from Klvnrsldn
dSll SEOSpl Sunday 1 2 : 01 p til
II Pass from Vale, dally 8:40 a. in
.42 Mixed from Hrognn ft
v'tile daily oxcept
Sunday 3:30 p. m
The HotBSdafljS train leave Nyssa
at I 10 p m. on Tuesday, Thursday
and Sal unlay, returning same day,
prMvl-.g r.t Ojtirio -i fi:?0 p. in
I niied States
President Woodrow Wlion
Vice President Thus. it. Marshal
Secretary of State, .. Robert Lansing
Secretary of TlSll. . W. O. McAdon
Secretary oi War, . ,L. M. Cuirlson
Attoruey-Oeneti.i, Thoa. W. Oregor)
I'ostnmster-i netbl....A. Hurleson
Secretary ot Navy J. Danleli
Bec'y of Interim ..Franklin K.Lanb
Sec'y of Agrletlture,, I). F. Houston
Soc'y of Commute, Wm. C. HndllPld
Secretary of La! I . . . . W. B. Wilson
See'yto the Pre J. P. Tumulty
I H. Supren Coon
Chief Justice Kdward 0 "hi
Oliver Wendell Hnime
William It Oa
James C Mclte nolds
Charlea E. Hughes
Joseph It. l.ani.ir
Vale I'. H. Lanil-ilfflcer.
Kegister Tho. J ue
Receiver , . N Fs. b
Htate tun. .-is
timer li or James With) com
Bec'y of 8tate Ben Olct
Treaauror 1 -i Ka
Attoruey-Oeneral, . .Oeo. It i owi
Supt. of Public Instruction
J. A. t hum tiili
Dairy and Food Comralsslonet
J. I). Mtcxle
State Printer A W. Ls
U. 8. Senators,
llnry K. Lane
(. K. Chauiberlain
W C. Hawley
N. J. Sinnot
('. N. Me Arthur
Mate Supreme Court
Chief Justice Frank A. Moore
Thomas A. McBride
Henry J. Heau
George II. liurnett
Henry L. Hanson
Lawrence T. Harris
Ninth Judicial District
District Judge Daltoo IltfC
District Attorney W. H. Brooke
Senator -'Mth lgiklatlve Assembly
Joint Senator, for Grant, Malheur,
and Harney Counties,
. .Lining V. Stewart
County Judge a. W. McKnlght
County Clerk John P Houston
Sheriff Bon J. Brown
John F. Weaver
County Treasurer, J. Ralph Weaver
Assessor Lewis Hill
School Supt Fay Clark
County Survayor B. F.Farmer
County Coronor R. O. Payne
Truant Officer A. R Mclutosh
Justice of the Peace (Ontario Dis
trict G. L. King
Circuit Court for Malheur county
meets lu Vale, the county seat, on
the second Monday In January; on
the fourth Monday in April; and on
the first Tuesday in September for
regular sessions ilou. Dalton Biggs,
Circuit Judge; W. H. Brooke, Dlit
rict Attorney; John P. Houston.
The Couuty Court of Malheur
Couuty meets in regular session at
Vale ou the Hist Wednesday of Jan
uary, March, May, July, September
and November. County Judge, Geo.
W. McKnlght; M. D. Kelley and
John F. We.ner. Commissioners;
John P. Houston, Clerk
Are the corrupt American lnter-
1 ests that are reputed to bo standing
behind Villa with a view ot forcing
the annexation of Mexico beginning
to discern that the "standing' is not
so good as they expected it to be?
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
llriv's an Important facti one-half nl ill
the ears on American bighwavi are
Fords, Because Itord ears have riven
satisfaction from the beginning. Every
Ford owner is Ford booster, for the car
inure than meets iiis expectation. Con- I
rider the record of the Ford Hrsl snd you
wmi'i look further when you buy. Run
about 390; Touring Car $440; Coupelei
$000; Town Car 640; Sedan 740. All
I prices r. o. i. Detroit.
THOMAS F. COWARD, Agent
J , atflMl j !
Thirty year ago tho telephone waa a luanry. Today,
through personal Initiative and prlvat enterprise. It has become
a necessity within the reach of everybody. Where once a busi
ness bad but one telephone with a limited talking range, today
that busiuesa haa service with a range three-quarters ot a conti
nent broad, and every brauch of every busiuesa is linked to
sry other by sn Intercommunicating telephone system.
The telephone haa earns d It responsible place and ther srs
oow 8,000,000 Dell telephones In this country. osr which go
20,000,300 talk dally.
Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.
The most exclusive models in hats we are
introducing for after Easter selling, repre
senting an entirely radical departure from
earlier designs. Models produced especial
ly for young ladies graduation
All trimmed hats at reduced prices
Cut Flowers and Potted Plants. Hair Goods
The Osborne Millinery
Puooenors tn Grove & Bile
Carpets and Rugs
On or bout .June 1st I will be prepared to
make ymi rag carpets or rugs, any size up
ti nine feet witle in various patterns.
Also will install machinery to titan all
oiir carpets and ruga.
Located one door cast of l s. Plumb
ing (Si- Heating Company, LVlaho Ave.
E. C. KUEPPER, Prop.
Old Man Doodle says that the
world subsists largely ou niiblnfor-j
mation, nine-tenth of what it knows'
not being so. Still, that would not
be bad if the misinformation were
Some hair is prematurely gray
and some ls prematurely dyed.
A girl may be witty and still a
drug on the matrimonial market.
Telephone Co, I
Tlie president ls placed by con-
gross in tho position of guardiug the
natioual honor, with hardly unything
more dangerous than a superior
quality of rhetoric, to back up any
chulluuge he may feel compelled to
Europe fancies lt hears the first
twitteriugs of peace, and there is no
imiiii in hoping that it does actually