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The Ontario Democrat
ONTARIO, MALIIEUK (BOUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 1918
CALLS ARE OUT FOR
54 ADDITIONAL MEN
MAI MM It COUNT l.l.NTH AUK
rapidm hk.imi ii:ri,KTKI!
gl'OTAH NOW IlKlNO K1L1
MANY CASES STILL PENDING
Owing- to Failure of other Ortiron
ComiHe I- Mc.-i nil Net. 1210
Malheur Asked to Increase ll Or
On August 2S, 12 men will leave
Malheur county for Camp Lewis and
on September :'. another group '
inar 42 will depart for training
When those rnlU are completed
the county's Clnas One lint will l
iluced In 1(1 in I L' men. Inn addition
are helntl made thru re I
Ilium In fact the present call.
largely being filled fOM thl- -our..
Others are coming from the newly
registered men. Hint 1m Ibe hojra who
were registered June 5, IB IN
The county will be able, however,
to aupply a number of additional
men before the new draft law I'
paased for there Is still a large num
ber of men whoae reclassification is
expected by the board. Their cose.
are pending. When the local appeal
ageni. it. iu. uyue i y "" .holgun balanced across bis neck
local board sad the local ""' , .boulders with I.U right Hand m
committee oompletea the presents - bu( M( Ut ,lf hin( ovr U
lion of such rases to the district ,,. wh, , K) nn,r ,,,
board there will be at end to the trin .,,, ,n h, c,otnlnI and
, .....plaints ooneeriilng tho r-nog d,.n.rfd ln, ,nen The charge en
men who have secured deferred Ur(, h- htM aB(, prni.t ,,.Aly ,or,
classiflcatione for evsry effort la he-.off Tlu, in)ury mmM grwlt ,,,
ing made to clean up the evaders lh- lipuuU- of ,,,, m9mh wi,
Tbe following are the meg "l""jlmn irr
to report on August If: BUY W.8.8
- .. . .- ,. A I ak.
James lUmilton. Nyosa, Or .; I-loyd
Kenneth Johnson. Nyssa, Or. Mart In
Mt.'val.-. I.ltnn; .imton
li.-eii.oven Mill, Harper, Or : William
Murpliy, lieuloli. Oregon; I-loyd
l.iiuuneon. Wealfall. Or.; Andrew
I'eteraon. Vale. Or; Kobert Jams
M.nnln. P.vette. Idahe: Ch.rle.
I .tward K.-hwelxer, Nyaaa, Of.. Wtr
ren Stewart Parke, Vale. Or.. Oeorge
Klmer Hammock, Nysea. Or.,
These will report on September ll
Dewey Albert Turner, Klverslde, t)i
Harry Jurgens, Parma. Ida., Wayne
I. inly Itomph, Ontario. Or.. Carl Hi
Dermltt Roe. Ironside, oi , Hugh:
Harrison Beotl. Jordan Valley. Or.l
i-..u lual-,! Hn.an Hkullsurillg. .
or. Hugh Winston (Jould. Skull ' " ""
spring.. Or.. Oeorge H. Blake, i. , or apace for It. big line of cars,
?.":' ... uk" . . uei-n.Mi Jruchg and tractors. This I. .he firm
Jordan Valley Or Vern Oardnei,
Cake. Or, Albert s! Hurray. Whin-
. Mont. Ueroy Warren. NyM, Or
Andrew McDonald. Heulah. Or.. Karl
l.elan Prledrlck. tlntarlo. Or., John
Thomas Donnelly, Vnle, Oregon.
Kiuss Tensen. Ontario, Or. Roy Art
hur Itiobey. Juntura. Or. Francia
Marine Bllrland. Watson. Or . Oeorge
K Vandarhoof. Vale. Or., Otliee i.e
r vanaeriioo.. .-.-. w . .
" !h:r"' TSlTZJZT
ijmm, u.i -. --.
liavld John Rogera.
Klmer Ouy Turner. Weleer. Ida., Har
ry Knard, Harper. Oregon. Oeorge
Loreii Oeter. Juntura, Or , Hamilton
A Connor, Payette. Ida.. Ralph
cruea. Nampa, Ida. Clarence Colnian
t)llver, Ontario. Or . William B Col
rd, Sparta. Or . Harry Meter Toiu
llu, Harper, Or , Walaey Orady Mc
Kwen. Doevllle, Tenu . Claude W
Kachu., Pnrma. Idaho, Karl Dewey
Ward, Nyaea, Or., Oeorge Alvln
Palmer. Wataon, Or , Arthur William
Palmer, Wataon. Or , William Hen
ry guiou. Wataon, Or., Thoma. Geo
Healup, Payette. Idaho. Thomaa H.
Anderson. Ontario. Oregon, John H.
Kduiunaon. Juntura. Oregon
IM v- nkB,la c
i union Htaoey. v.ie, m , -.
K.n., i.mlMon Or., and Walter
Volney Gramne. Ontario. Or.
Another Malheur county boy will
leave soon, too He I. James Harvey
Teat, who enllated In the navy laat
May. He received Instructions to re
port at Seattle on August II. HI.
brother, Tred Teel. who la not yet II.
filed application for enlistment In
the navy recently but has uol heard
from hie application, aa yet.
Mrs J. A. Walter and mm Wesley
returned Ibis niorutug froaa a month
visit .pent with frlued. and rehuUee
In Spokane. Walla WnBn and Oweww
Uh. Wn. iu Wall Walla Mrs. Wal
ter vlatled with Mr. and Mr. B. L.
Milltgan. formerly of Ontsi
I MI'I.OVMKX III RKAO
1.H WORK. I M. MIKI.1
The new employment bureau
tartod off nicely last week. Al
ready there has been a number
of calls 'for help, work, rooms.
roomers, board, boarder, and
houses to rent. The bureau re
ports that there ta on file sev
eral applications for clerical po
sitions bv qualified candidate
that have not been filled yet
Superintendent H. It. Dunn
lass, who has the mutter In
charge for the present, re
quests those who wish help,
work, rooms and boarders,
roomers to Hat their wanta with
him at once
HIV W 8 8
BLOWS LEFT HAND OFF
J(M MMr ,, .-,,, , , (
Hi Can ting .iiii Inn.-
Joe Sterling, who has lived In n
tarlo for some time past, was the fit
tun of his own carelessness Tuasdnv I
noon thru which he loal his left I...
The young man was carry lag a
VALE TRADING CO.
DISPLAYS ITS GARS
Kele-iu.uag.r A. J. k-
Vrraitge lur llls.l .S. i at
fair's Auto Hliw-1M'titr l-
That the plans of tlie directors for
H auto show and tractor demonstra
tion for the Fair this fall are taking
hold was demonstrated this week
when A J. Heavier of the Vale Trad
wtly purchaaed the Keaaler
" d "" vle
na '"" '! " - ' " " I
Mr. Kaasier will liave beside u;
line, two Case tractors wni.n win
give dally demonstrsitons, and show
tanchers witat the power driven
macbinea wll do Beside this be will
show Hupmobilea, Chevrolets. Nash
,nd gcrlppg-Booth. pleasure cars and
lZ. N..h. White and Jeffrie.
YOUNG MAN YOU MUST
Failure to Place Ma.
Hani's Roil HubJert
Penalty II 'a I'p to Vou.
urmsTb'll i.. 4li
iiiiixviis ui i.i'ii'..
-- - alUiiu t
born between June s, 1I7, and An-
gust 24, 117, both dates Inclusive,
officers aud enlisted men of
(the regular army
navy and maun
corps, aud the natloual guard win'.."
i ih. federal service, and officers in
Officers' Reserve Corps, and enlisted
men In Enlisted Keserve Corps while
In active service.
WHEN On Saturday. August 24,
ltla. between 7. a. m and I p. m
WHERE. V. At office of local board
having jurisdiction where persons lo
bo registered perngeaeully resides,
or other place designated by that
HOW. O la person on August
24 to your registration place, if you
expect to be oboont from boots on
August 14. go AT ONCE to the office
(Continued on Pegs f )
JUSTICE WILL AWAIT
HARVEST Of CROPS
Judge HlgRN Considers Need for Men
(Jreeter Than Speed In Trying
latvult titer to Be
That the nation's need fot crops
la greater than UN need of allsyrsoy'l
for fees or litigants for Justice, Is the
position evidently taken by Judge
Dalton Dlggs of the district court.
Judge Hlggs made It known this
week that he will postpone all hut tlM
essential cases set for the 8eptemh.
term which In to convene mi S-pt iu
ber 8. The reason given Is that the
men called upon by the Jury, witness
es mid litigant!) are needed to harvo.-d
Op of tills section mid that the
ooaea ran he tib-.l In the .Tnnuan
term. The Judge indicated Ibal thai
proi-eedure would he 11111il1111.il lin
ing the war so that Hie summer and
lull will not he used by Ibe MaUl '
Impede, lb pro gtlon of the eaaen-
tial work of the nation during the
Of i-uurse, essential cases an rlm
inal anions will be tried so Hint no
hardship will be hjtpoaed mi .in
Inn Hie legal lights who will have kg
wmII for settlement of anions for
their fees. Their harvest will be de
layed while the crop harvest pm
-BUY W H 8
COUNTY CITIES SHOW
INTEREST IN FAIR
DrogNU, JamlfMin, N)sae, Houlinaril,
lUg lleii.l anil Deed lit r 1st to
Hur Htg Kkhll.lls KYult
I nun HnigHii Vallrt .
The people of the surrounding
reerg are planntug to ronie i lake
ilia Malliaur Islr in uuuibeis
greater than formerly, according V
rep. u ii' made by assistant He.rrlurv
Douglass who has been touring tlie
cities and communities of tlie county
A committee of Pair Dlrectora com
posed of A. I., i krum. K A Praser
and P J. Gallagher visited Hrogun
and Jatuleson Sunday Prult In that
section la aa good as usual, there be
ing little loss from frost These .-om-
! ntuttles promise good .rowds and
good exhibits, lien. K. Aiken and
II It Douglass took in Nysea and
Parma laat Saturday where they wen
assured of co-operation and good li
legations al the Pair Dire, i.u II II
Tunny and Dr. A U. Moore, superm
IMiident of Hie department of burse.
a ,,., m.ur lrp ,nto ,, lui...
country and were greeted by excell. i
receptions wherever they went
r Douglaa reports a strong spiru
f eoprmUos frojp VftU booaten
and keen interest In (he Fulr si Puv
ette, Pruttlaud and New Plymouth
There being no fulls this year hi
Baker, canyon city. Hums, or CsM
II. ihe local fair will virtually lie
en Eastern Oregon Pair and that fa.'
coupled with the prosperity of I ho
gegtl and the large Increase In the
number of automobiles should make
the lkll Pair a record breaker bj
sit. "iii h me
HO.MOR Ol'ARU i.liti x
IM.AV HtM'IAI. DAM I
I h. Honor Guard girls are busv
lluw worKing on comfort kits for th.
lkodier.. The kits were given M
several days ago aud most of them
have been completed by now At IBs
I last mseting plana were made for
Llaiw - a iliiriniz fair week aa Hie fun. s
l ,. .. ll..,...v ISiu.il I ruu.lk.U u r
in IIIC i.uuw. ,,,,., ... . ..
growing rather low now owing to
floe donated to Keu rose tuuu an l
uioathly sums sent east lo tbe 0SaJ
pital iu tlrooklyn. New York, ami
also lo the parting glfta to H
idler boys who leave Iroui
several other various reasons
of these Is a 119V payniem
j be made on October 1 to
' National Soldier.' fund
(IK'MI.M Of ONTARM MOM IN
MKIM.N DOWN MKOiMi I'l INI
Mrs. Pred Caofleld received wui.l
this week thst her eogolp. U4MM
Vaughsa MoCorma.-k of Coluiubu-.
Ohio. Ii.d beeu officially credited
with Ida asaood Hub plane in a few
weeks. He is one of the newest of
Uncle Soot's sir fighter, sod lias
been In Prance hut s few month.
. It. HlHcknh) Hecurev Alii of Ayer
ii' I llniiser for Meritorious Pro
ject Directors Kxpect
While returning from Portland
Sunday where be tUendva ibe eonl M
ence of County Liberty l-on Chair
man. J It. Blackaby had the good
lock to be a traveling companion .u
W. A. Ayer and Eric A I burner, state
fond comptroller and grain cominla-
sbim-r of Oregon, respectively.
on ibe trip he had the opportunity
of Klmwlng them what this section
ran produce and to urge tlielr endorse
iiu-ni oi tin- YVarmsprlngs bond- tf
hbe War securities committee
Tbey also declared that II l the in
tenllon nf the people nf rurllnnd to
hnlld s great city, after Hie war, an 1
thai iu f the niel I used
is ibal of developing Eastern "
Tin ill i hired lb.it I lie v. Dill '
M ur county In mind and dn then
utmost towards Its ultimate advance
the war securities comnili .
lid soon after their arrival In
The directors of the Warmspring
board learned of the endorsement of
Messrs. Ayer end llniiser thru
papers and one of them. Rex Mar-!
quis, declared that the board ati
l their urtlon He also dei In
that . mi-swage from Itepresenlsliv
Blnnntl Indicated that final action by
Hie war securities committee OOUliI
be looked for early next week.
HI V 'V 8.8.
SUGAR FOR CANNING
MAY BE SECURED NOW
lit Making Application to Count)
.liiilge tji. VV. Mi kiiiglil House-
klve Man t mi 111 Kriill ..o
hava had tlsions
if no peaches or
pears or plums and oilier fruit on
their cellar shelves this winter ran
breathe easily now On a pi..i.i
showing they m.y secure permits for
additional 2! pound sIIoIiiihiiIs bv
applying to Cnuiuy Ju.h
M.Kiilgbl at V.I.
Thl. go. ul news was nil eyed In
tlie Argu. In Hie following liulleii
'mm J U.1 - - M.-Knlglil
"To the Public Special permit-,
can now he bad for extra trull oft
ii t iisx purposes.
"While we care for the fruit rot
we must he ever mindful ol the u
Kent need of further rigid sugar mn
nervation, therefore exlrsaguni
and waste will nut be loleiated
I poll appllialion lo this office l.i
person or by wall, showing Hie first.
,et ml ur third fruit cunlng allo.
sice, also Ilia" truit 1 available, I
will Issue special permit of II
pounds. I poll proper showing id
larger family need, will Issue seen id
Of third permit..
liKll N M.KMlilll
Chairman Pederal Pood Aillii iiilat r;
Hon. Malheur County Dreguii
TO SIT AT CITY HALL
l-rom All Pr.li.cls lo He list
ed al One Place llu.-e Hoard
However Will He I led
uuplify registration ol a
. .... .... .. ... I.,.,- I,, i... .1
I ill oniario mi""" '
I. l I.u IIamMIM fit lit, iisur 111
laruimou -" -
. & 111 l.u I...I ..MM rMtflsM.,
Hire, mere win ..c
i Ion place here That plate uu
However Hie three hoards Bill be
used, ope for each pre. In. t ami
will ait at l he Council Utile i
i ouucll iimjUi If Hie men of lh
.. not resell me registration room s
u lims there will be no difficulty
to handling the entire number sin. -there
will be uiue men preeeut to do
i h work
Dr E S Pertner I. spend. ag tbi
week In Hotre.
MONTIXA ItOV WHO til AHDKI
IlKIIHiK kll.l.l-'D I.N At Hon
Word was received here this
week thai Clifford June, one of
the Montana boys who guarded
the bridge here last summer,
was killed in action In Frsn.e
on July 19. Mr. Jones made
many friends among tlie young
people of Ontario while here
and his death was sad news to
AminiK tbe Americana given In
the Canadian list of wounded
this week was D Milionald of
Nysaa Young McDonald was
numbered Just a few months
ago among (htse who had been
gassed. Nyssa also has another
name among the heroes, l.e-4
land Penn Is reported among
the wounded, suffering from a
gash In tlie hip from which It
will tnke him months to r- '
WILL BUILD LATERAL
SYSTEM ON EASTSIDE
til I V. II-. lit
Council Chung.-. I'I.iiih ami Will
alder Petition Next
After a lengthy ills, usslon
sewer loohlt-nis and the number
Micaiil and unused ptouity on
East aide the Cltv Council st Its sno." "rward became actjuainled
clal meeting last Monday night ahau-' w,tn ,he 'rwforda. taking a parti
.loiied bis plan r.ir a trunk system ln:cul,r ni,,l, U) lh" ,m' Wn,n '"
that part of the cltv. Iu lieu there,,! Prnls went to the country they left
the property owners Interested were
Ised lo petition lor a lateral
wer lo eonnecl with sewer No 2 ,
the West side of tin tracks 'II I-
they Indicated Ihet uiiuld do at on
Tlie argument pieaenteit against .
the trunk system acre tssMold. tie
cost of oonatruction and the fs. t th..
there la so isrge a proportion of im
properly that would fall to the l.
by reason of failure to pay aaaeas-1
meuts. To make good tlie city's lh n
nn slut. urolrlv II .t.ilH It, lie, e
I ... .... . ,
aery no iii- muuit -ip.u.. - hi iii ui
Other .ounly sn.l state taxes wbl. n
wa. deemed too greet a burden at
A special meeting will be held iie.t
. Monday et.-iillig to consider lh." iu-v
III V w s.s
PRETTY ARE UNIFORMS
High w.lio.il I. hi- Making I I
Uhl.il Will More Than I'roie
I'alilolisiu ..I On
tario i.i. I-
That itlgh School girls can lie well
rtreOOOdi in Hie neat, pretty
that bovs been s.
I.I....I. every dsy as Ihe girls np.ut
...lelloil of ll.ell olllflls
Tlie total average i Oi Hie uni
f.irins made thus far Is but 17 !'.
.iil. divided as follows-. Pour and
qOOl U t yards ol r i ..' $1 P'-i
ar,l. i in. .in. - " bat 1.0
To this must be added the shoes
which however an. lo In- Ihe plain
black and not the high -loppeiMkigl
p.i.eil kind Hist have been worn L
many of Hie young om
Tlie uuiforuia already complete.:
at Hie above figure u. nun. irate al.
aoiui.sly Hist Ihe Ouiario girls will
be a well dressed, smartly appearin;-
group, while gl Hie same lime giving
proof of I heir democratic spirit an I
i heir practical patriotism by soiui
..u.iing ou .lollies There Is no.
Dial the i I' IH he as proii I
oi p- uiiiioi in. d girl i i U '
neli school I a.b ' ' Uipgn) 'I i '
iilgbl lo make Ihe sfttHl v oi 1 1 wl.il
...r I he young women
HI WS rt
v II Stevenson Is in lowu al the;
present while auditing Hie nooks in
ihe Studebaker Co before Ihe change
f managers comes luii. effe. t. as Mi.
Hush. Hie (ormer manager. Is loov
tug noon f"i Ml i.iii'h In Soulheri.
BUY W K
Oeorge Bender la in Vale thl week
on grand Jury duly
MOTHER THINKS SON
HAS BEEN KIDNAPPED
MRU. W. .1. CRWVII If! HllltltlKD
OVK.lt DIMAI'I'KAII AMI til
PKKD ( ITMMIM2H, Al.l II 7fl,
AND HER HON, QBOROI
LEFT HERE ABOUT JIM ICil
No Motive for Crime. Such It
Proven to He, Is Km.o n Were to
to Cascade, Idi.bo, lint Never
Mr and MM, W. J Crawford who
have lived in and about Ontario for
some lime believe that their 10 ft
old son t.eorge bis been kldn.i'M'l
by Pred Cummliigs. an old man who
took a fumy to blni. iin.l Ith whori
th. boy lived. .n ibe KastHtde while
Hie ( ji i -1 intry last
.lug has h ii .i i of hen. .1 .,
tin- boy mi I Mr ''iimmlngg, who kj
said to be 7 2 years old. since they l-n
Ontario sometime between June 5
.ml 10 th. They were supposed t
I have gone to Cascade. Idaho, hut
.'-cording to reports they lute never
reached there. What motive could
have prompted th- obi man to take
the boy is puiillng the officials to
whom the parents have made I osj
'riling to tlie story told c
rlct Attorney It. W Swagler CJfl
mlngs came here from Colorado and
George with the old man at his home
on " "siaiae. " w Pf"
miesion 10 nave me ooy ncromp.n.v
him mi a trip to I aarads. Ida , and It
Neighbors sow the p air leaving
Ontario about I a.m one morning In
June, the exact date la not certain,
but II was some time between June A
and 10th They were driving in a
new spring wagon and ware leading
a two ye.r-old mare
Officials oi the surrounding town
and counties have been notified and
o search Is being made for the lost
pair The boy Is described as fnlh
light hair, blue eves, fs.
and weight between 80 and HO
pounds. Kittle Is known 0 ' iaSBI
Ings and his dsserlptlon Is not glw.
BUY W S.S.
EVERY MAN MUST SEE
THAT HE IS LISTED
Dai.- of Kslomasd Ismfi i:.-i-o..tr.m
N..I Vet lot, urn l ii Kiibiiii
lo Lei tie W si ne. I to
Adjutant lien-ral's Oftlie Morg
n..,ll - I ,. A ....... ,! l
II u I III I us. I ami, ." . .-t.isu ,
So import.nl Is h,.sle In i-matei.
Oil men who will lm OffOSlOe by '
nsw dr.lt 100 soon to pf passed
Congress, wlilcli prob.bh villi eat.
the draft provisions to In. tuds -from
IK lo M. hii.I froti SI io 4:,.
ilusive. Hisl heal hoard, srs I
pietlug all prep., i lUooa DOSJ to
du.l the registration
The d.ile ,.l Hie new regl.tr.ll..'
lay for i hose moo ciiiiuol be foretold
definitely until Congress a. iua.ll
enacts Hie law Hut Ii will lo nil
probsbilty lie h.-i,.r. S.-pieiulier IK
Conseo,uently, for I poll own
to. tlon.'all men will, in the age- I
Honed should Keep roff can-fuilv
posted through Ukf '" I'Sper . Iu '
tru to the date of Hie Rofjlstrai i..n
neoeaaary bocouse then
wil lie no lime to give long not lees
beforebdiid lleglstratloo Day p""
ably will lullow very closely Hie puss
age ol lie hill, because the uig ' -t
r. .' - men to keep filled
rauks of I las 1.
xcusea will be accepted lot
failure to register Kveu igiiorsn
of the dale of Ktgl.trstlon l)a
nt ne a.e. pied. A. the UMlU
failure to register will be severe, It la
Idoobl) Imp stl n evvr.v man
himself by !.
tbe date as soon as It Is sOOOUOi i
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