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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1918)
ONTARIO, .MAUiKl K COUNTY, OHEOON, THUBSDAY FEBKI ANY 28, 1918.
ONE DOZEN VOTES
CAST AGAINST BONDS
BV Votl OF Ml To II Ui'Kt'V
AL Hi M l s iji mon.non 18-
si 1 1 i. it Ml'MrllML WA-
CERTAINTY Of RESULT EVIDENT
Many DM Not Go to Vote Because
of Orrtalaty of Bonds Carrvlng
While Raw Wind Kept
Ontario la to bare a new Municipal
Water system. The first step In the
light for a cleaner and more health
ful city baa been decisively won Tho
voters last Monday placed .heir seal
of approval on the proposed 1 100,000
bond Issue and steps will be taken
at once to seek bids for the con
struction of the system
The Council will
to canvass the returns of the election
and just what action will follow will
be determined t l.-t.
There was more Interest manifest
ed In the election Monday than In
the preliminary election of a few
weeks previous. The number of
voters Indicates that, but the .....
should have been larger. The. fact
that the Issue was sure to carry more
than anything else kept down tjie
vole. Then the raw wind which
started toward evening kept many
of the women away, tho u large por
tion of 'he ite actually c..
cast by the Miffrar.'i
In sneaking of 'he .le.tioi
Is what i
the proposed plans not belm
enough to care for the emir- city
;ind water the lawns Well the plans
illative and there will BO
he many changes snd all th
ul.ji , Hi nj that may be i.tls.
be consdered before the contracts
are let "
The city officials do not anticipate
there will be sny trouble In llli.
the bomlH or In getting permission
from the federal authorities to sell
them, for this Is sn Improvement
that Is needed for the health of the
Waikiki Hawaiian Quartet to Brin True Music
of the Island.
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One of th- rare treats in store for Chautauqua I'f.u.il patrons is a shun
afternoon program !' '"" oveulng coacert in tat Walkiki IUom.imi.
Quartet. 'I'bii aruup of Hawailau inasicajua Is finch c.luc.tc.i and fisishes
la sausi. Thr bair lucn one of the latum xTinseU quartrta of ihc
Hawaiian Islauun for mu ers aad ar - ,.ull
accurate m tb4r rwrodwrttoa of Hawaiian music ta'Hb uksleles aud swttars
the. play ihe beauiilul sootbing and viatfol awlodtea of lb itlanda la a
atauser thai grips tb bean of every aao la the sudiwaoe
Ml IDM R i.KT" tWtO FINK.
IMIT.FWOSATTWG OKI H IK
Henry W'eldner of Payette whom
Marshal Marry Parmer caught rtgl
r hnnre last summer. and
win. tried tr. bluff the local officer
Into ! i" Iiir he was a I'nlted
States marshal Is taking a vacation
in Portland serving out a f.100 fine
rii" boOM charge was dropped hut
the Impersonation of an officer
Itnok. W'eldner remarked during
the trial, "you can bluff anyone but
an Ontario Constable."
ONTARIO TAKES PAIR
II.. It. II.....' .ul filrta' llj.kL. Hull
n tii- - : -
"..- !-.. ... ..inr
Pour bssket bsll victories came to
tlie Ontario High ftchool within
week IjisI Friday night the Fruit
meet on Monday""" " "" "" """'
,. r ih. .i.n.1,., ties met defeat st the hands of th
locals by one-sided scores. The
t.lrls won hy a 14 to 4 score while
the hoys took Fruit land Into csmp
hy s 19 to 10 count. Both games
were closely followed by Isrge
crowd I. 1. Pulbertson refrreed.
tin Wednesday evening the Payette
Utah School Olrls' team and the Wei
ser Boys' second team came here and
met defeat hy Identical scores. 34 In
I 0 rlo ...nipletely outclsssed the
visitors In these games and rnnn
' 1. ....... In vlplnrv l.'ftllnwnv wars ll, n
Ontario teams: Ohrlstensen.
Houser. Weaver and Dean, guards;
ladden, Bervln and Doane, for
wards. Itl n
M Hi I -11.1
MM e.irly in. I M Ml
hlg It. d Cross Audi .ii la to be
' .... Everything Horn the
feaktaa ru.e boras' Ml an ularm
dock bjM been asflAihled and
iiiiv been kin
I it k thai for the
big event. Polks are column
for mile: to attend so don't miss
ih. i. in ' ..mi- early, stay l.i. .
..ii. I raise i" is high as you
FORMER CITIZENS ARE
VICTIMS OE ACCIDENT
H. C. Whltwortli and C. I Krnu.n
I'Ilimi' In hi ImMMM Whlt
wortli Very Til As ll'-oili.
On their way home from a meet
ling of the Ontario Tot-nslto companv
last Friday H 0 Wbltworth and C.
K. Kin mi of Weiser were the vie-'
'tlms of an auto accident The car
overturned In some (travel and the,
I men were tnrown out. .tenner was
'seriously Injured hut tho exposure
affected Mr Whltwortli severely and
sn attnek of pneumonia resulted snd
I he Is seriously 111 now.
Another meeting of sthe Townlte
I I- .!... 1.,!. t.tr flaf.iPftav
.. . ...- a. . in
anernoon wnen xoe uiini.HB ...
L...M.. h.l -... I.a iloni. with llielr
...,,,.,., - .,, . .... w .
holding W. H Doollttle of
I .-. -. .ri. r.r thU riiv who has
'"" "" "' " " "'
handled the property
from the task
I 'pHpr FrOTU ElWineeT CdlttpS
MJCllVIO M I VII I MJI t fs . xx r
Tim in i. ibsi. Fesnier Ontarlan
siiuie.l In Iteautlral Mm lion sj
hYsnce Other Ontartsns
In a letter to Ceo. 11 Ullham.
Um mA .1.. i.l.ltl Mtult.ill TIlOllI-
0. Jones, who some time ago ws.
employod ss an operator of the O. S
I. hura gives an especially In
Ing view of army llfo In France. Mr
larce chateau In u
c.nin'r la our
rest-ro. .1 a Ja.x
it i- . xureiuel) comfortable bu
we have had the other extreme,
sleeping In the rain mi.l i I Bad til
that. It Is not alwsys plousant h
John iiirii.v Lokaai M
Yeast are with us i
I, .-in loo, didn't ft
lumber of Sthaf lellows Mil
us who have been In unlHrlo
lied" dope .iroiiinl tho flra.
"France as i have seen It Is
...niitry Just like one vast
itanleii -...i in. I the little towns are
thicker then BOesSg in the spring
(in evert aid can see tlm
yard aDer tueturd. Hie grapes lin
ing used to BtaJkl wine which Is used
more extensively than water. The
water here Is not very good, hardly
ni to drink, which accounts for the
great quantity of wine
"W'e are working bard now at our
line of work and are making a good
showing I am sore that when the
time comes we will make a showing
that will keep old Hill going for
some time to ...me The only
our boys have Is to get started In I
big scrap, they'll do the rest.
"Give my best regards to all Iha
folks. As ever
TH08 Q JONK8.
Co. K. 18th Knglneera, Army Pol
795, via N Y.
ARMY GRUB HUNTS BIG
. IMRROVMENT ON BOYS
Tlion.u C. Johns. ii With I I
llinerrw I.Ikes the trim I.Ik
Imi Mis MruuautrM M.ct l.uii
Thai army life Is what sjgaajj no u
Bead is Indicated r the le er Mrs
Uaaja Johasoa reoe.ved 9blS week
from le brother, Thomas 0, lohu
son of the 13rd Engineers Mr
Johnson gives a picture of army life
la an American c-io p In Marylaii I
aad it Is not uallke that swhleh K
W. Oarron gave la Wek In Ihe Ar
gas of a lumbar camp in Kraaee.
Camp Laurel. Feb M 1911
"I'm wall aad feeliua kk.I. fat
TILLED WITH FEATURES
Oriental. t t'onlHIuiie Viol.
tertiilnment Mil" .il Number
lor (IpenlnK and llng ska,
The ChautauqUB commlltee Is get
ting at work for the three days fes
tival which will close next week.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday On
tario will hare a feast of good
The committee will offer Its course
tickets this week and a grand rush
campaign will be ataged Don't
..it hnn't hesitate. The folks who
have tlcketa to sell are busy
.tit want time to get action
. -.,,,,,.,1.1, urnarsin appears in pnoin
er r.'lUtnn It Is
orth your study,
nr the featnri.-i are splendid Iniluil
! Ins lecturei.
.. l &..., ntdTTim
. . .. -.
went snd inspiring urns.. -
View of Army Life
and eaaay Army life has agreed
i. -it i r. i.nnnits anil
I ?. .UN - Wm ' I
have had the easiest time this win
ter I've had In many a day. 1 have
- in-.ri.il with cold or hunger.
flume of the boys think Ml pretty
tough. They don't know what hard-
ships are You know the 23r.l
k NfM regimen.
1SII ennsieo nooie ... ...r .-.,-
... a -. . 1k l.,tva
.thought the WOUd
'and get an easy Job
'Hill . 11
ted. We chop wood
era. do all
,1 liolll .1 I
, n inn
Ho tou see I'll iniikx a i""'.l dal
ped atOOd. 'I"-' sewers,
spinU and bio n beans In
hurting W sleep
iiorc 1-. a good floor In ihe tent and
a smsll slo
ven . omfortablc
little steel l niches
with I .-trnw tick und four army
U which makes a
1,11, to oliey orders wltboui BtU
Inir I tell ton I-
, .,p Inc 111 i
loin.. I lbs irmv Then thev tool
prettt bum Bonie were used to run
Bigg ..round all night drinking mid
sleeping when thet had nothing I
to do In the army we go to had '
len o . lock or before regularly,
un at fifteen to six, eat our ineaU
regularly. We are kept In pr.itt
so the Ixiys wiio have a desii.
for whiskey have no chance to g-i
it. I have heard numbers of them
set they were glad they were In the1
army where there was no BOOM '"
They slso hope Ho- I S will b
dry whoa we gel hack The saws'
rolling hills covered wllh foi
About half of tl- people sre nei
lio white men are small 1 never
saw so msn little men before as
there Is In Maryland Hellet. me
our company has some hlg I
M.out half of them are T, fool II to
6 feet There are 2.r.u men in a
iany Oar captain stands about
feet I and one half and weighs
about 190 pounds I would like to
attend church agulii In the old Han
tlst church I do not get U3 attend
any services at all T.-li ihe i
pie of the church thai I think of
i hem all ..-rv often; to think of the
good time lu the old church und with
the goi.i people i one my bapaj
Tell the boys to write Well mun
close for tonight as my candle is
about gone With love In all
THOMAS' C JOHNSON.
2Srd Kaglnsers Co , Csmp
The eoiiiuiiitee which gave the
party last Prlday fur the benefit of
the Red Cross furnished such a good
lime i list everyone raved about 'I
Also the kangaroo court aad the
other features netted a big sum for
the local chapter
ISTEBKO sTih . I -l
MM MIM. IIMMON Ml Kl.
B. B. Wood returned w
from Baker where he pari i
three registered , tuo
heifers and u bull calf for
'paid $300. '1 1
fainou Chandler til
the rsge here for more than
: five registered hiiu hn
brought to this section and I ild ,
spring. J. A. Haley of the f '.ii.lv. II
Horse tt Mule company has sold two
carloads snd still has some here.
HICK SCHOOL' SINKS
TO GIVE BIG BENEFIT
ViimIiii Indies l-egend Is I'abrh of
Opera Story Which Makes Pol-
hle Beautiful Rctttngs.
At nreanil.io.l Mondsy evenlnu
the slrls of the 11 licit School chorus
under the direction of Miss Maynio
Bsnge will present The Feast of t li
lted Com" for the benefit of the lle.1
roes The ualiit Indian storv BfO
yides s perfect selling for such sn
(entertainment The solo parts are
"en ms.-ii ii- '
Misses Viola llusied. Mary MssaSS
Krms Von Keaden. choruses; so
prsnos, Misses Qlsdys Kmison, Mar
I ret Oram. Delia
Hill. I. uclle lis
Kuth M'Ciilloih. Dorothy Tur
n,'r. altos, llp.il l-.irley, Marie Isel j
ler. Mrl sUaghai i.-.li Ifowser.
111- ''ll nil. I. .111.1 I. 'I. . Iil.iw.'ll
t. ..I i .. i ......... n
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4 4 T 4-er4
III s Woltlilt'. n I
I IMI I UK II Vl Hilts NOW
4 . rlo firm t..r
. gs In
the imount of IMI per ilut ll
4 tin- i two Sfl Ski Bl
ban nd n. been plac-
'..I ay. loll h.i .. c.iilli.
a. .1 mi to market i Hie pros
.-ni ratio of production Biddy
would I I beat
ny Hoiuls now In .,ur huml
ONTARIO NATIONAL hank
Julius Caesar Nayphe to He Feature
l Second Niuht
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second night of the ( hauls i.n e.ital ul.il i
; coumrt. Ins ie lures will give you a ne
Hf .ton loo in an Illimitable manner Ihe
Horn lu Athens, (be an. lent scat
Hhlhppl, he has both ih hbsxl and Ihe
ami is Us
.N'a)phe is a roal enteriainer. lis liyt a in
and jioaer ami his siory la as beautiful as a Boaaj . .h. talll it titb gvsal
looueure. with draiiiatlc Intensity aad wiih superb gagM ll is not right to
(barailrrue bis pingiain as simply a Is. lure. It ih a .lismalii speia. ,
lotgllj unlike ant ihluy yew hate seen or beard li has been one ..i ins ft
-mi upon ibt Chaulaugag platform 'n i sara.
EAST SIDE FOLKS CO
T AFTER Sf M
NO miiM.I! II l Till IIHBI LT "!
Till III i I'' N MOMIW
111 I III (I V 1 1 1 II THAN V
TITION'S i; si UTED.
NO OPPOSITION ENCOUNMD
Willi yililltlon of Trunk Line m
Hide mill Willi Hut lew Brsi" lie
Practically l.ntlre Olt" Will
The first result of the election
M.. inlay was the starting of a peti
tion b) realdaata of the Eastslde ask
ing that a trunk sewer system for
that section of the city he construct
ed under the provisions of the Baa
The peltlon which was prepares!
at the behest of property owner
I heeded by l.ouls Hurtle, A MeWtl-
" J (lrW. " y- Taylor and
I lers. waa circulated hy. Mr. Hurtle
on Wednesday and there was almost
a rush to sign It. No iippimlllon watt
found to the movement which will
result In putting a large section of
the city under a sanitary scsiem
The petition requests that the
taj.itu vrunk sewer he built st the
same time as the water system la
contracted for and also that the lat
erals he built aa part of the system
at that time so that tin- work may bo
n us a whole and a lower
be obtained The pet H loners want
the system from the Koiitlieast side
tin. . Hy along tho stt.et In front
i Kaatslde school I hence on to
eel wiih i. old truiil. sewer ays-
WIS OF ARRIVAL
es w itb
t'. S til.
Will an. l.-llin
iii inn Hi landtag
It Is Hot .lehlllt.lt kll..
i. . "il lh.it .
skip r..r it J known i
week of Hi illsim.ni ..t
l.alliui who i- a (inioi ,ii the I
Of! gOsh Mc will mil
iii.-i I.,, .i let ...
i ouiiiieiiceiio-io until
n ..nu i. ,,ii Mi,., i.
ti.i i we.-k to take Hi.- irslnrai
hi the I BlvOdBlt ill mil.. I.I
is of the I. null.
.. m ilea
of culture and gtaWca
teaBperauieut ol Ihe iui Kast. II