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ONTARIO. MALHEUR COUNT OltEUOX, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 117.
CONUTY TO GIVE DEPARTING
SOLDIERS ROUSING FAREWELL
hiiikctohs or run untv
ltH MeNSTii: V 1 n;loTH
STANEIELD WILL RE ORATOR
Members of in mill 1m- lim-vis ,,f
Kalr Muniim-rs Vale lien. I Will
Furnish Music Demonstration nn
W'l-1 r TIllH '
In order In provide a suitable faro
Troll fur Hm son of Malheur Cot
who Mill Jim n'.-k to Join
'" Sam's new nrmy to right that
"I In- world might be safe for denm.
racy," the directors of the i' m
Fair have irmnml for a patriotic re
n... nutation at the fair ground next
The date ha nut bum at. It will
be held either on Wednesday of Thura
day. TM Min rinlnty la dun to the
Incoinplci.' .ir i . i,i- in. B for Iheaol-dl-r
boy departure Hon H. N.
Stan field ha accepted tho directors'
.Hon to deliver I hi- address.
Tim Vain band ulll he In Ontario
to furnlMli tln music and people from
all L) will Join In the
patriotic tUCellM. Thn day will kg
ona long o he remembered
The ilcpurliiiK oldler vvIM I"- tM
honored guests, and tlM Montuiia
who are I. en ruin dins the brld-
i loo. will bi guests of the fair
tmanl all week
ORDERED TO REPORT
Bnrltiitloii llonl.l IMi. i lo.iilv-
four of Malheur County's yuoiu to
.v.dncsday the unction two of
Mallo ur ioiiii , iiioU for tin- in
Natlonul Army a i ir de
pari iii- io vin.-rlcan lake. The lo
cal -toiiiiiion iiourd aeleeted the fol
lowing, and they nrn tli :n-n whoin
tlo ii i v will i.onor with a patri
otic ili monitratlon at thn
Arrilolii IHoiiihIo, Jordan Vull.-y.
Oio , KiiKl.iiul. 04OW Hiirroii, Hro
Kan, i hi. William
.kiln. W.-tfall. OM : loikrum.
re H. unturlo, Orn ; Turnmau.
tiiurloM. I. , lroii-li!i a, ore . I
Tlioinaa M , (iniurlo, On- : DwaV
i Warren. Jonlan Vall.-y, 0
KlKiii. KVIvard Robert, OaUrto,
Hatll. Ani-oi. Il.ii n . IIiouhii
, HarrlH. Irviim Arllmr. 'tM
ar, Otto ii. pi
aa. Ore.: fooda, William I
nil.. .iiwin. wiiiiaiii Tboaua.
I'aruiM. I ' 'ank-
lin. Welaer. I.Ip : HemlcW. I
I'r., lira. i. Ion, Henry I'ale,
Wbimo. Ore . w'oriiii. well.
Hon II Or : UiihI. Iln o.l, .re. H
aide. Ore.; Tate. Krank Ijiwreaee.
Val. Kullede-e. Adrian Hhaf
f.i Ii .ulta. Or.; ItwU. William
Jack -ifHll. Ore . Mmilir.
Charles Oeorge. Woalfall
In aM of auy falluro on the part
of Hie alKv to leav that day H.n
following have called to hold
theitiaclvea la readlaeaa to act aa l
terpate mid 34 -wuat leave from M l
Inknnnn Icnuoell SilliniOIIH. Olila
ri... Die ; Hi..-, T.nipleloii, I'ayettn,
Ida : Woodwar "leb, Weat-
fali. Ore : Parker. Koy, Vale. Orn ;
.i. BatU Leonard H
h'aulkner, Bernard I . Vale,
After a residence In Ontario for a
number of years Mr and Mrs A. Ja-
hecome residents oi
Mr Ja.mlsL Isatl Ontario this week
for the Idaho capital and Mra Ja
quo.h and daughters will follow him
ika. near future.
nt to Cald-'
Mrs. vi w i,winii ..
HI for a few days vlatt.
'READY TO CLEAN OUT
OLD OIL WELL HOLE
MaehlaRej H llenn Ttioroly Ihir-
HM ami pin In Hliapn for llir
Work Nevt Cable OrnVrvd
to Start Cleaning.
nn Kichmann, aecretary of thn
fnnnnlldalnd Oil ('. company of
which linn an option on a lot
o Crnperlv hIioiiI ilntaloand la atari-
Ihk operation on the old oil well of
the Ontario OH I'ompany wan in thn
city Kriday and Katurday of lanl wnnk
rtMrtag thn proicreas made ao far on
.a nine of the oil well prepart
the rleanlnR of thn oil well prepara IUrIi eohool Hiiilllorluni I cltl- Thla impreaalvn bit of patrlolNin Hum oe It Turner whlcli M written
lory In explore for gaa M Inleremed In Dili work ire In- j wan revealed thla week with Ik on l,l,! d ni Halifax.
The company haa already aeon lo attend the lciure. formnl op. ulna of the iiume'a train-' Nova Scotia The letter waa
optlonii on a Rreat deal of properly Two of thn big feature of InR achool or the honpltal for In the and merely aald they were enr.Mii.-
H hln a It mile radiua of Ontario 'he Ininuie appreciated mnt' were lint of "Indent nuraea appeared the ror France The young man iiIhi.
Some of thla la In large block while the exhibit by the puplln of the dlf nmne of Mr A. M. M. t Jun- ald that he bad written two l.tn i
many of the option cover only amair ferent nrhool of InduatrUI unjl lo- tura Without hyaterla ahe ha given a few daya prevloua. which lie auriulH
parrel of land Tim option" are for mnalc aclnnce work. Thn Oetarldj IiIrIi her baawaaal to her country and I ed hi parent had not received, the
abort periods with renewel clause , glrla Rave demonstration in balima, prepsrlnR for ervhe herself. It Is ho.-, entertaining the belief thn'
and have attached to them liberal the glrla from the Owyhee gave Jfrte cot beyond poaelblllttee, that thould letter nlllna of Hielr depariur
prloee on volume produced. bould monsf ration In canning, and f'cll the war last the wife will he mini betas! held up The Rueaa waa cor-
il etaVlml -oiirIiI be found In this Thompson, state winner of the veg-' bered union- those who will serve, , ,., i for the i.-ners have not reached
nabln growing project, gave a(stir- "somewhern In France." md this waa the first
v ha expended a con- Pr'"lng talk on vegetable growing. Beside Mrs. McKennle and two Bis received In eflM tin
hlderal.le um on the work done so "'a' would Iirvc don. credit pal on r i here am enrolled In Hie classes Mr Turner, or rather Bertount
'r and MM not .siled for tin per I wlce his ynare ' Miss Msrsu'rlte lloffiuan. Dreon Inn"', i a nieinher of a hospital
coinage of subscription provided In There are many educators of Ml attge BaM Orlep, Frulllaud; ' "" .made up . mirelv i
the agreemei.i aateted Into with local on the program, and the teachers are Ml eta I' llagei. Twin FuIIh. rejalt) wen who
p.ople Mr. tlavln. the company's
Mi here sMin to take
up the work hut in tho moan time
the plant Is lining put In shape for
work when the data needed has been
three A.s Itoinex are
Find bn an Inviiuliaru
Nyaea reeldenis apparently am
iii.ii ke, I loi ii. mills b a strange
iireiiiig Three homes have
el on fire In Hie same
In that .liv during t
i iiiilmil in
Mime meaiiH ill each ease ..
no lunate find
Inge of the blase In ear
low uould have resulted.
i.,..i of ihnae fires oeiiinel
i H Baal I I
Hum, who Itvi " each
other ho first
wag tin ; of Iii J. J. SaraM
.. il. viellm iif tin
ssvern I weeks ago
As In the Sarasln case, so In
the latckey -lid Hunt fires the
in. einiury aaaked niatireeaea
and bed clothing on beds located
on sleeping porches wlih oil and
aet (hem on Ore Mrs I..
al her home
and, after screaming, fuliiied
Hi- ught neighbor who
extinguished the flame
was set shortly after 10 p
The Hunt fire a UiMovered
taiully as tbej returned
frnin the picture show. Their
opportune arrival eared then
home Like the other this Ore
was set In u bed ea a sleeping
porch Aa the result ot these
three fires Nyssa folks are now
abandoning the sleeping pon I.
No clues have been found to
indicate the author of the fires,
hut i hey have heea raaorted to
i he ...unty authorities for Invee-
MTsM'K laMI-ll I MM I aW
.in m ion i in- sn HAI
4. Two big stockmen of I'uiou
W ...uuty will l represent d sltli
v hear: r'alr next week
They will also hold Iks I
s for the big pure-bred sale wlii. h
s Ontario Aucimii . .lueany la e
4 distance is that of a stockman
the Beven Devil', country in
Idaho These with the near
herds la Idaho ond Oregon will
make the sale the biggest t
!. of 1U kind ever staged In W
,il, THOMPMON (H'TfM'll a.
itn i i n'RiHT i
li 'Isim; TALK UN
CITIZENS ENTERTAIN VISITORS
OlrN From Ontario and Ovt-ylii
I'rartlrnl Heinonsi rut Ions id Wink
Done In ltomr-.ll. xrt 1 1
Stale Superintendent Her.
Ontario him for It jurats this
: week inn leai hcra of Malhnur lounty.
BaaaaawM for thn Annual County In
UtotO TIiIm body of men and
women In In aeealon to dUeva the
ihohI proKreaaive meana ami method
of training the yonili of the county.
Taw meetlnRa are beliiR held
fortunate to have the opportunity to
har theee leaders In the school work
,.r nreuon County Supt Mlsa Kay
Clark Is presiding. Among the 1.
Hires are I'rof K I) Hessler. oft the
nregou Agrli lilmrsl College, whfvc
lectures were both Interesting ami
Inspiring Or K 8 Conklln. of tM
in, K.m. a specialist in
''"" l,Jy- " ,l'" "acher mam
poliils on menial .III. I. in v. II
lure on "That Tired FnellnR" being;
especially good I'rof II 0 Itf ur.
of O A. 0 , leader of II.. ys' and
Olrls' Industrial clubs gave a v.
cnllenj "" "" gi'-ut work which
Is hetlig done In that line, and which
Is very ininii needed at this time
rtupt Churchill, nrgaiiW.-r and lead- ;
.I of the . tent of Orecoa,
gave several lectures on ndu.silou
Supl Churchill haa done s wonderful
work In rslsliig thn standad of our
.. thai in iv. liny compare fs-
i.ly with tliose of aj He
for h.iier eiiuipinent, higher
sfilx M ' I aalarles
:1 Sl'l)l "
k iiougiuss oi Oi f i" i'
Hrnlnard of Nyssa and IT.
Killing of Vale aalo took part In tM
Ontario fhov.ed ll . noil will
ward it h . iridlWg e.
form of arcoiiiiiiiiiliiii.nl and awwrtOO)
possible. The Harent-TeacherH
Kociailoii gave a reception at i
Moore Wednesday evening ond the
i ..miner, ittl Club will enieiiam llli
. ursloti thru the valley by auto
this evening, after which Ihe evening,
will lie enjoyed at the Dreamland in
e.iiiK "The Byes of the World
s t IMllo MMMf H tMTM
W W I I - ..Ml isllolls
TO BR "A MOM'
w A cordial welcome awaits all
s visitors to the fair. The Mer 4
. autt of Ontario want you. Mr 4
4 and Mrs Fsir Vinlioi. io "make
.ourselves at home." Checking
privileges, telephone service and
every convenience of the stores 4 ,
.r r. unman. 1 Their
Mocks are ready for your li
Hon If )'iiii needs cun I"
anywl,' be here In
Ontario I'M are welcome to
look them over too see what
they In. W WOO do.
The ill close from
11:10 iiutt every-
' . it'
Mrs lioiirk.- a
HUSBAND OEF TOM
WE BECOMES NOOSE
WW 1 11 1 irisnm RKVKALI I)
I ri mm. iic HOSPITAL
imm; hchool ran m
n rm mis u I '
ENROLLMENT SHOWS: GROWTH
Mi- . M. Mi Im-miii'i- or tiniiiirii
studies Oaf of Hick and Injiir-ril
Mni'o Her II ii-h.itiil iiliinteeml
i m inavj s,-im-.
Ontario la onn of the scenes of a
wsr iii Irama for in Um Holy Ho
hiii) hsopltal caring k and
studying for more extended duties
that. If the war IiihIh may take her
to lln- battle front la a woman whoae
I liuahand anvcral montha into left to
wiw IV.iiIIiik A Krvlngton. Hovel-
stoke, lirltlMi Columbia,
This la the largest Hat of student
enrolled at the irultilng
school and la In keeping wlhi the
growth of the Ihhi ii miou
JOHN HUNT VICTIM
OE CAS ACCIDENT
io Help slr.oiile.l toloKI He.
Mill- In lire Wl.l.li I, inn- M ,.
ami I Car.
John Hum the I. .nil tuxi driver is
suffering from the rexiilu of hi
tort In BJ I of lie
rlamarltun" to a strunde.l
near Cald well Sunday evening
Mr ,,, ,, tt. H, ,,,.,, ... .,
mile- t in
,,, v. ,. ,,,.
for -nine gas..
cgjdwell Mr Hum lo.
fruu ,,, cur , ,p
rtajtwj around to put it Int.
aevcrely lunds I
KuiHh.-r in either car.
Mr H,lnl ,, ,,,!,. hia Injurle ill
,wrd hoiue. but hen he found that
h- wo becoming faint, near New Hly-
mouth he secured aid and was driven
home. Medical attention was reoelv
ed soon after he nvaejieil the city and
while the h.iii.'. are painful be la re
covering. ONTARIAN STARTS Off
AS SERGEANT IN ARMY t
Mrs W W Howard received word
this week from her husband who was
in the first of Malheur county's quota
10 the new army lo go lo American
lke. Having had years of experi-
h drilling at O A C wh.i
jrose to the rank of captain or 1
Mr Howard was assigned to duty as
First Sergeant of a nimpany in the
M the nine word was received lion. 4
of Ihe Malheur county boys had taken
ihe required physical examination
and where, therefure, not certain .
heir disposition Mr Howard de-
M-rlbed the life al American lke 1 at Mlaa I ivlue rtiulih . board
e.ly imeresiing there lag bo 1 Mrs. Van Patten leti
being ueer! 4U.000 men at Hie camp for her old boiiie in Central l'enn
aud mure siiiving ever) day , sylvanla
MANAGERS PROCLAIM FAIR
ROSCOE B. TURNER IS
NOW AT BATTLE FRONT
Ontiirio II. i Wlih i lie Vain Hospital
Corp Write III l'amnt I i
Shipboard Wfr lcvlng
MllllfHX N I
V! Inst onn Ontario hoy la now
: on I..-I II w.-r-'ii I I oil. no! l.ir
from Ihn roar of tlm big gun on Hi
French front There may bn nlher
i no but definite Information It
larking mid reporta reoelved hi
not In- verified.
Mr and Mr W I. Turner I
ed it letter llil week from their son,
vim in ine spring ami nave nwn in
. nl New Haven ever since
. iniil ...id v rites
" enjoy Hi" work and h
iiiiiiI-kIoii before a greet
Ii of time.
Rig Henri uill be mil
Itepresenteri at Fair
V Illck.lX. the lllg llend
Ii r whose record lor arrang
ing exhibits at the Htnte and tM
mni fairs Is ii n-ii r passed
ittl days this seek In
I io srnniglng for space for
i If v.nieiy or prod WOt that
his- Iroin thai BOJ Hon
I lo give an Idea of whin
M.n. I. Is are going to do
I arranged for an BfW
I .mil the community that
beats them this year will have
li . I) lie- "tug
I heir prod lire Hie lllg llend (oiks
o lo show I heir In-
II ii iwt) p" iiiou.
m a. in.
m lllg llend real estate.
ni. I tiuurl
. nllt at rit-1
plana Ihe land value, with
f rights In the uelghl.or.lood
n Mr Hlckox
I Ing his lilg cn.p i
The apple crops, like all others
HI I he lllc llend be de. I.I I'
he . v. silent
III l.ii IL t.l-T IH T lM
iMMwsT i nit nn. tin. i ilH
. Al llr i oiniii.rcl.il club i . hum
Tutniiu light urVsilgeu.eni
W were made for Ihe last big pop
4 ul.. . 'air Tin
4. directors called altenlton 1.1 the
pruiiilHe ma. I.' hi Onlsrlans last
spring thai If Hie) would man
age the fair Hie business men
would see thai every help wsa
given The directors want n
1 '..i p. off) MM made rood
Here Is your . huiice to help
mo loads, with Ihe baud will
make the following trips to wear
by I owns On Frldai cteiilug
(be trip will include Frultland
and New IMiimmlh I In Salur
day night It will be Vale and
Nyssa, and Monday night lo
an.l W .1 HM He with
the crowd lioosi ihe Fair, It
is 011r duly
Van ivinn and sons. Paul
and Krsnk hsve I 1 hu summei
Hit; Ii l I.UUN ' CI
n. ckoi; k-
MANY AUTOS COMING TO SHOW
live I oinpleleil Work anil
are Aealtlnn OimnlnK Ogvta Uiih
flood ItomN IteMililim from Haln
thing Ik in ".i d lo make the
Klgtli Aniinii ' niniy Fair a
it thing Is it big crowd
The work ol I m la ( mn-
plil. have done their part.
The rancher, the Moo km en. the In-
i al clubs, the schools have their
Ua rndy to he moved to the
tut., slum the Heat ore .
In the Ml 'tilts the feature
Interest of mlestnen Of the great Joy
this year will i. . iito show. The
producer i . been manifested Spare
haa been sold In the big tent and the
are dusting up their
hOW the peopi-
the .oiii.iy Hi" blue lihhon space
Ihlleton 'lh.ie will be cars of all
kinds to fit every purse, as the ad
say This will be really
the rasa r..r there lll be a host of
iroin Ihe four cylinder varieties,
Mum Ihn Hlxes and up lo Hie eights.
II. ill.. .. ii s,enlon Hall).
Sound Ainu' einetit company.
I- to furnleh the arnrr t
Kranii ii H
IGOROTS ARE COMING
WITH BIG CARNIVAL
Maui Vim llin. I Ioii ibb-il KM
..I tioiiseinrul Company's
IMIeciOLs- Ho. Bit 1 lllg
'i he mid hi ilf will
lie Hie .'.'III." of big doings. tlllb
Ihe close of t III Intel Stale Fsir at
Spol. S 1 Ihe blggesl drawing
ired in iM siuiol
m for Hie show
with lis strange tuhahliani froi..
liilllpliies Jiiiisi.a The. in .1
Ing stunlid haaHUUM win 1 mm) In
their .iiiasc, with weird hwts 1
the HI Lopl t. .ave
' 'ired all i
ie these II.
attractions Among them eT eot
Ho- "Jumping all." the big
i In. in Spok me where it played
for big irowds, Hie '41 show will lie
wlih its pli tun ol pioneer d.
linn ili.n ...II I.e. 1'i.rls after Mid
night." a pantonmliri presrrn.il Ion of
world's ruuHierpleci h posed In real
lite lo .li..,. p. .1 llgllles I'M has
been a big attraction were nu it waa
Iii ihe i oiKisslons to amuse the
pleasure - rho likes lo n ills
luck be tin (lame of "Ar' hery " show
lllg bow our sineslors IiiirIiI. the
Indian tluine with li lui WW)
nlfn racks, of course
ihero will the populsr Teddy t'-.
sml lilg lldby dolls, and Hist -.
.ck flame" where you
pick you poi.) and back von iudi;meul
on his ability The dm k pond offers
variety and excitement In the effort
pture a squawk 'These are but
a part Mne that page sdd of the
a lira, lions It will tell you how
he enii'iiulned from the I
House Willi its chill to 'rtsst the
Kaiser," a popular game tnese days,
and nuke girl, and Tiny, the
smallest horse alive The will all be
r. on the Midway.