The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, January 11, 1917, Image 1

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HERMAN'S TRUST CO.
BUYS
WARMINGS BONDS
iomi'H 1 1 isi H -iiH.M COR MM
w i in ernii: 01 i iiin m ID!
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WELL KNOWN CAR LEAVES
BOUEEVARD FOR ALL TIME
WiMK 10 ai'ii-ME SOON .
ataea Raparti i Man ami -
, liiiiuittim M-nur Kmilneer Ohtl
IM Need for Murve.
titer monlliK of uncertainty. II"'
bonds for I hi- construction of UM
Warmsprlngs' feaervolr nd UM dls
trlhnllng system were sold leal Frl
liiy at Vale The board of directors
accepted the offer of the Lumber
man's True! company of Cortland of
'', ami that MM IM If ""P
looking 10 the alerting of work to re-
laim ix.nno additional acre of land
In the rounly and to give a complin
water right to 11,000 acre which at
present have a partial water right
According to the terma of the offer
for the bonds, the purchaavra have the
right of aupervlalng the work to the
extent of seeing that the money la
properly spent
II iIht bidders were a syndicate
of San Francisco and hMMN
Im.ii.i hankers with whom Kred J.
I.i. l of Ogdcn was conuected, this
Itroiip whs represented by George Pel
Her of Hun Kranelaco; the Henry J
Ki i i rompany of I'ortland, repre
MM h II J Wilton. iMilh of these
I. Ill ML' for the iHsue. The Pugcl
Si. iiihI Dredge llrldge company was
represented hi Mutiny llio- A Wells,
who asked more time In which In in
instigate the MMi hut mnl' no of
M I In- nit of (lie bonds was greeted
w It h pleasure by nil ol I In- men who
novo followed ii"- rartoua phases of
tin- hi-'ori at IM pro). .1 Thl WOJ
especial) true when ll was point,-, I
OKI Hull In .1 w .ill goielllllienl nelleli
mlKliI endanger II Mire mr rOM
for the gnieru in i''iiiies ti.it all
large holdings he siihdli hie, I anil the
owners IgNI In sell I heir luml at a
prli e sci In ih" secretary ol I lie Interior.
II II Wood Is back In Ontario af ,
r sending the holiday season n I
Ing In Portland. Not only la Mr
Wood hark hot he ll now driving a
BOO llulck, his old Stoddnrd Oainm
one of the best known nuichlMI of
,1111s region, having paaaod irnm his
iwnershlp in the dual for Hie new
chug chariot. With the passing of the
famous big huggy a Inml mark Is
gone for the while car has streaked
miles of Malheur county roads In
til his lateat acquisition accumulates
personality or peculiarities It will he
iniio iiib- to tell It from tMMl of
other cars In this section The new
cur has aide curtains ami. as yel. no
cough.
UMATILLA FIRN1WILL
SELL MALHEURILAND
W, 0. UOCM NMI'KKN OPTIONM
o M niTTT T MIIINM
III' Y Kits AMI I'l.ns K.
TKNMIVK OI'K.K TIOM.
SHOWS EVIDENT AWAKENING
I- lot) -i Igalliig Condition nl lauds
I 'niler die W hi impi-nigs MjraMW
Dcmmiil l Developing.
IN DENSE FOG ENGINE
HITS CAR ON CROSSING
MUM. O. K. CI.AMk AMI MIMM N-
A KAIHIIANKs IRK 1NJI HKD
Kit It OTHUt IHCIIMNW
KMCAPK IX4IRIKM.
PARTY'S ESCAPE MIRACULOUS
Auto Turned Kml for Kud. Wheels
Smashed liiiesllgalliig oi.iii'll
l Ktmieiatcs Knglneer.
Thai "'i -nw iiie li i ni or
in- -,iie iii tin- vVarmaprtaga booda
This w.i- Hie ,nlr lulu Hie I.h.iI field
..I I' i. I. inns ol I'lniitlllu iu.
ulie ill Hie lalgi'l real .Male up-
tors iii l-aiMleni i n. sun All I. in, is is
here III lllllke a . 'Olllplele i .. linn. .1 lull
ill all Hie Ian. I nn.lei Hie Vt a rm springs
n-enulr Willi I he idea ol bundling
nil llial can h cured al rea ..n.il.l,
;.l ll
He was III. I lollK In KelHllg m Hon
iiei sat urlug options on ttM ruin li
e Iii tlie lerrltory abava Vaie ha
lirought Iwo buyers In see Hie I,. ml
on Wednes.luy. that Is they arrived
here Wednescluy and went to view '
I he property on Tliursda)
Tin- ililr ol Hie I'm. Mill, fllrui
gives concrete evidence of whut ad
vooales of Hie sale of the bonds ua
serlcd, a demand for these lauds
wlieu assurance was given thai suf
ficient water would he avalluhle
hlle mi immediate hoom I- I
eeieil In, nl real estate men are tlriu-
It of the opinion that real estate will
throw off the lethargy evidence, I
during Iiie past three v.arsan.l lliere
will be an influx of settlers in tills
region.
Mrs O. K t'lurk uiul Mis- Anna
Fairbanks were injured Salin !u) ii
teruoon when the audi in whli'. lliJ
riding was struck by the MroSU
passenger train al the lluiil.ar . I
Ing four miles west of the city. The
four oilier occupunts of I In- car in
tome miraculous manner escape.!' Injuries.
The a Mlo wus coming Iron. Ill"
south toward Hie cily mid when ai
proachlng Hie track Walter Fair ban I-1
who was driving looked wesi tur ap
proaching trains, hut owing to tha
H'otliinued on I'age Kight.)
PORKERS DRAWING DOWN
TEN CENTS IN PORTLAND
II, li Sulleiis wlm nun lies ahuM
Vale was in Ontario Tuesd U Ills
way home from i'orllaud w lu-re he
went to market a car load of hogs
Mr Sullens snipped t the Argus of
lice lung enough lo suy that pi Lis
for porkers ure ruling strong In the
Willamette lumket und lli.u In Mil
was quoted for fair sizes with In'..
cents for eitra heavlea.
I
ONTARIO SHOULD STUDY
UP COOPERATIVE
EXCHANGE
a hat ihnlii'il hum. in miiiirii and having hud
iii. nil tugetliiT with a i-ooii iihI of study and
n,' i i ..i . . up, rail. I. i he wilier would aug-
ItlM Ihl II .ilhin ul .. i up. ihIIw'
i.nluii In iliitiiriu wnii I i MTitiiiilly mlglil be the
in: I it. ii ileal Ol i I in the near future tu
"ui . iii luiiiiiliiu: r.irni c iiiily In the way of start-
inc Hum trial nierpii . . by ul hers In Ibf
I' i wnicli an hi-soi iiitlou Ol Ibhl sort is especially Hdapl
'd and in uiher directions, which would later appear, among
which might he mentioned the home upply of many of our
now impuited arlicles and Ihua keeping our money at home,
and In Hie operation greatly Increasing our circulation of mon-
I I he how, why and wherefore ol this system la, to many,
a . urn what new Idea In co-operation, hut is not in Itself new
II works best In hard times, ran he started in any community
where a small hunch of public and cumniiinlty spirited citizens
ndowed with plenty of stability, stlck-lo ll-ivenesa and enough
moral courage to weather puhli. ..pinion at Ha beginning ..ml
which ii will not take long to oven mm- when rightly carried on
as the idea will soon spread when once in operation because
seeing la believing with the most ul u.
The system ilisrw not Iniei Ini. wltli oilier l.uslnes alrrnilt lo
cated sol established In the , iiuiiiinln nml surroundings but
on Hie other hand heiw llieni all by It- eten-handednewa.
Kvenluully proven wIhii once uiuh r luml n help' the poor
to lo Ip Ihemsehes In dealing with the association, it helps the
skeptic, Ixsause ll enables him lo see prosperity In a new light.
Is i-ood for the superstitious al ll hows there are other gods
besides the money god
The co-operative community check for Instance, show that
there is really a heaven liereoO earth as well, if we go after It.
it ilrlies away the blues and inMIMs hope In lis stewd In a place
where practiced, It puts new hope, and ambition into the farm
er In. am. e reliable and lusting markets ate opened for Ills pro
duels and at a better remuneration than usual because by the
conversion of his raw material Into the linlshnl article and
placed on ii market where needed and wanted, through this
-isiein Hie farmer so contributing Ills material la credited In
ll -mi. I. il inn with his prorata shun ol prollt resulting In
their conversion or manufacture from the raw In Hie Mulshed
sill,-, hut sluys ami tortus a part of Hie inline wot king i.iplinl
In the business the same as the working capital fund ill alii
iiialiulacl urlng enterprise. Then- Is oflen a considerable mar
gin III tin- nianufactiirlni iir(uuini m ..m eonnia4Hlaa con
-uimd In ever) d.i uaa which mnaih goes into n.e pocket "I
the factory owner Iii Hie shape of prolils and dli blends. I.ui hi
this . wllh the farnii-i and ulh.i uikers In ll
n. ul. ii deparl nieiil , hi u making depa 1 1 uu nl . I ., put ..i..i il,
p;itmenl. 1 it I lil I ll at ileparlimiii ur KB) ,.i:,.i. i,,- a- ... lathiti
might see III lo UlldcrtalM I'he will I,, I. Ihe i ulill ililltor nl
i. iii, .1.1 lal, ur inuiiey III I he enterprise In-hig a I a i - 'i. IMh. I
iii Ills or her share In proportion to the MOM) talue ut si u
the mark, i
I 1 1, as, u, lal inn miiy Ifso Iii. lined ii , ,,i Old farm imu hiiu-i
I, . km tu or ion ne. ,!.. i in iii. i. urn. i ..I ii . apprauatd valoa bj
Ihe .Ur.'. lurs. ihe town blarksiiillb or sin hamlv man wllh lu,.l
wllh pi. mi ul time or out of a Job might then but the same
with iiiiiiii'I or check which is must hamli. repair same in wurk
ing order, sell ii to Ho- laruier or hack to Hie association at an
appi ii-i .1 alm- accepiing checks In payment he. a Use the h
n. .a. lal syntem of Hie association heing checks, it always pays
in he, ks und checks only which is ihe rock upon whhh the
ii hule h stem reals checks Iwcked with useful and in a In 1 1 linn
perlsliable cuiniiiuilltlesu f a Useful nature, the check In Ing sim
liar in our bank check In hook form, also others somewhat like
Hie iiieicUaiii s More chock being used tJhr bandy change mi
checks go mil until value Is deposited therelor III either work.
i or ciitiimndll) , any unmet thai may be contributed in
Ihe promotion nl same Is always deposited In some local bunk
lor safe keeping by Ihe association and used only when ucces
slty arises, as in paying railroad freight hills In the oulshlpnieut
of products and otherwise where the co-operative check can
not be used as on Hie replenishments of material and machtn
,i. demands their Use ll Is always advisable to start on a
small scale al Mrst and learn as business proceeds There are
pin. ills In this as In any other miliaria king hut they lino be eas
ily audited h paying strict attention to the check principle
lore slated, and by the regulation of Ihe In-laws A- to
the working details of this co-operative principle mure will he
m -oih-.eiiient arlicles ill ihe Argus, In as com Ise and cl.-.u
an pl, illation as ihe wtll-i knows how nn paper
A I TII.KN
POULTRY EXHIBIT PEER OE
ANY HELD HERE IN YEARS
MORE MALHEUR HORSES GO
TO HAUL ALLIES BIG GUNS
I'HOMOI l Rfl ll I IMtD Willi -si .
i KM Ol I vnitl HOI'K
IO I'I'.IU'KTI ATK -.HOW.
I
A. McWillinms. lo, al npn ntatlvi
of the Caldwell Horse A .Mule 0OBV
pany disposed of Hiiother iiuload Of
Malheur county horses to buyt
the alllea. The sale was made -ueadiiy
to Jink I. II- of Chicago Who
after inspecting the animals ord.-n .1
iiin" i arloiul shlpi,ii TtM) will l i,.
tintai in today.
A second cnrloiul will prnlmbly
leave Ontario baron the end of n,,
week and these will lie the property
of a Kansas Cily Mrm, before they are
turned over to the goiornmcni nil
flats for transportation to the war
MM All of the horses ore big rangy
animal- and Just the kind selected lo
haul the big guns along Ihe firing
line
LOCAL tANCiERS Ctl RIBBONS
HIGH SCHOOL FIVE
PLAYS!!EMME TT HERE
I , iliuii il I Inn llllil.s SIiiiimi und
(, neill i baraoMI Of Kxhlbitlon
Such us ilu t It) (rr Credit.
Ontarlo'a poultry show waa a real
sticoeM. fever) day there were hund
red ul pimple ,ii il.e hnildlng to look
over the Mne usortiiunt of feathered
arlstocrata, while on Saturday, the
closing day the place mis thronged.
Tin- character of the birds shown
was exceptionally high, and as waa
ei Ident by the ribbons carted by many
of the pens, they would have done
credit to any poultry exhibition While
the association did not secure stif
licletit funds to give pritea, the bus
iness men of Hie city, after aeelng the
interest taken by the ranchers near by
in Ihe show indicated that all obliga
tions would he met by them.
While there were many Ontarlana
'at the show every day the crowd was
nl'KMMi NAMKM OK TIIK SK.ASOV largely made up of ranchers from the
-i Ml in I.KII Kill ol'K.ltA
HOI SK rltlMW I.VKMMJ
ini l- COMIMKAT
BIG ATLENDANCE IS EXPECTED
i.
i Win liaiiiiloolili ol -.ii.. I..- Illt-
Or illlci I iilllrir I lloM" ill
Ian ill ll.isl.el SliiMilel-s.
I'l Iday night, at the Opera HaUM
ill , , the I !i I 7 ba-kel ball season
,i,, hi-.l ll,.- i mil. I .he, lilh', I I, n
laa) , i.ning I- I" i ii. li Onlarlu
High Hcluiol uiul the iiilntei n
KlIllllHI
Vl.lliarel I 'll II I Villi I'elleli uhll IS
looking after Ihe leiini s allalrs ex
pects ihe Iniys to win, liul also looks ""' ,htr'1
torwiiril to a gruelling contest The
Ivan..' sale ol tickets shows that
Inele is no III I Ii- llltcreM in Hi
i' it, especially among the stinh ui
and ll Is hoped Hint a record break
Ing crowd will be mil lo help tin- hi
nils take the llrsl step lunanl Hie
championship
Coach I. I. Clllberlsoll has select
ed the men who will represent Hie
High III the llrst game at lea-l The
elimination of candidates was not an
'..hi task lor from the various class
I ea ins represented in Ihe recent tour
nament a uiiuiln ol promising pla-
i- lb leliiped For the opening gam.
Ibis will be the line up For arils.
Ilramse and ('III Islluiiseii ; Cenler.
Maddux; Huards, llusl.il and Hun
i an
'Ihe Ii.ihI tile holds Klllllletl III
high regard fill' UM Idaho hills lone
a retard Ol scraping fat everi point
inml ihe n ii ii i ii iii-iii- an thi la me
n huh starts al I u i I.., i. -huiihl he
bench, Payette, Nysaa and the terrl
lurv Immediately adjacent to the
cily.
The following Is Hie list of awards:
liuie.i Plymouth IttM-ks
CiM'k: Wilbur Clayton, I'ai.n,
llrsl; K Mitioldrlck. Imbler. seeonil.
Ceckerel: Wilbur Clayton, Mist and
md.
Hens Kugene Mi Coy. Ontario,
llrst, Wilbur Clnttoii, second. I Mr
(nihlrlck, third
I'ullei Wilbur lavtuii, llrst and
"I
While I'l) lib Hoik.
Ceck: tieorg,' 1 1 1 in iini ii: llrst,
ll.ii n I' rsuii. On DBd
(ui kelel I l l.ai kel , l"t lilt llllnl.
lieu Him,', second and third
Hens Qeo iiniie. Drat, nd nod
third
Pullets. C M l.ackei. hl-t. second
While Wiiuuliilte
i...k J. W. Matthews. Ontario,
(Continued m Pom Poor.)
L HUNTER IS
VICTIM OF ACCIDENT
I I m H IIH.IOUM KII.I.MI
WHIN llll'I.K IN II VMH r
HIM I III M, KAItl. lilt KK
IM IIISI II imiKle,
YOUNG HICKEY PROSTRATED
ShiM'k ill Sinn'-, s, ,ideo I lei, Hi u Ul
ercoiiies Mulliei Hial Oul.i Simple
I uncial Mel lhe nele llebl.
CITY GOES INTO COAL IRRIGATION DISTRICTS
BUSINESS-BUYS CAR HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION
(ill Cumuli Im-i hies Hull till Hall llii'fi tins I liusen no Head Ot I lal
ami ill I. tin ail Musi IVe Kept IIUlilil Maid to Cal.o l.anilunlng
Will III, Nu III del- I mile (ill- I'llull lo Initiate lallllls Olll-
liiitil. er He. nils
well WOrlh seeing
JORDAN IS RECOGNIZED BY
SHORT LINE, SA YS EXPRESS
Under the ruption, "Jordan Kecug
nlzed by .Short Mne, Daily train ser
vice to llimi.d.ile Kslablished First of
Year of Great Value to Tills sect inn
of tiie Ciiuntry," Hie Jordan Valley
Fxpress aaya:
The Short Line railroad is Improv
ing its service more and more and is
recognizing Hie small, outlying di
trlcta, and Ihe citiiens of Hits pari of
the country an- gratilicd lo know I hat
they are 0 hem lit b the latest iiime
In give Mill! better scribe ou then
branch lines The dully train sen ii e
to lluinedale makes much easier the
handling of Hie several million
pounds of freight that comes through
lluinedale for points in this interior
country. II Id serine of three
trains epr week caused much delay
to the freighters n ho would arrive in
Ilium dale with their large nil t lit s ou
lieierniined that the city building,
the illy hall and the lihrary . shull be
kept iiat'in even it the city hus to go
11,1., the cu.ll business, a spe, lal liieel-'
ing of the I'n inn il lasl Suluntai night
ordered car ol npoJ ilrool Irooi ihe
IHlll.'s
While a 4U Inn cat is more than the
,in OOOda seier.il ol the rnUlu ilinen ;
suhl they would care for Ihe surplus
and tinea this will mi I saitng to'
Hi. -m il is not until -iputi d tha' the
city will have any truiiile dlapo
ul ii BO) is loCl all.-r the 'ill build
ings are I . Hid lul
The inunill has no desire to go
into the coal business, " -aid Mayuf
Tuaada) aoi baa) da) m the rari
oils irrigation dislricts In all ol the
districts new direiturs were chosen
and ill al least gaj illslance, that nl
the Head Ox Flat dislrli I a warm
iiiuiesi developad As the result ol
the election then- a new In I was
chosen, wiiii h ii is -i.ii.mI, is in favor
or abandoning all ellol'ls to irrigate
the lauds ill, del Ihe district and sur
rendering the water rlghis now held
ii is aisu rumored thai should lb la
be .in.'inpii'd a oonteai will be waged.
1'heie is eieii i.iik ui onieetloj ll1"
reaail "t i be elaotlon there Tut da)
The dlraatara alaatod loi il"' ''
trici are. Krnest T. Sullivan I'earl
m;w pivioii c.MiNt. Nl l1"4'1' "'" I "" "f Ml
c.M.HM. HON l. (Ill It. II ""' M" 0 V Hull V. who In.-
near the Si Paul ' Hacta west
Meinbeis ..I the Congregational ,lt na ,n Menially killed
Church hale been advised that llel ilM suinl.i'. Ill Willie huillll.g
Hand I. li tngsion will 00 OH hON hi on the flal Bear the inn' III- d.aiu
take aharflt ol Ihe ekurk Hoi i-H- ,, ,i anldontal dlachargi
ingston Is expected here in titne lo ,,, ,, rifle III Ihe hands ut Hull Hlikei.
lake charge uf the services nn Sun his, hum with whom lie was hunting,
day The .u. nl. ul su pro-1 rated .inung
Hicki i Ihal he sivuniied when In i
tturne C C W llsun of Nissa Ol
in Ontario on bualneee roooooy,
, i uiiHiiued on I'.ge lour I
PR A ISE GRO WS IN VOL U ME AND
DEGREE FOR THE NE W SER VICE
,.iii iii ii . l nn Cage Four, i
1 1 'iiiiiiuued I rnur.j
From all parts ui im great lulerl-j
ui eaojoa words ol eoi iidalloi for
Ihe new lialn lOtWlca wiucli waa in
.iiiguniieil clui-tiii..- day fur the
h.u, til ul the entire ounty of M.il
boor as well M BUTM and Hurney
count) puints
This "is what Ihe Crane Aunrlian
ul last week nas tu say in MM "I Its
leading arlicles. under the Heading
.-- i i he Appro iiile.l, li li In..-
I'., m in tu All "
Ciiuliaii tu the must .ml ill hull
and unreasonable criticism put up In
the etitoaoa ol Vale om the change
of Hie time card of tile Oleguli A;
Kasleru railroad, Cram- und Harney
cunnlv an HUM Ibun satlslicil w Ith
the new ,-n ice. At in ing Inn n
eri ali.iuuun mi linn ll lill pee
. i luiiuil for Burnt or other ln
'leriui i.uints an given ..nipb time I"
' Ciitnlnueil mi i'uge Kight i
ii'otnlnucil on Page Kight )