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The Ontario Democrat
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ONTARIO, MALHBUR COUNTY, 6REOON, THURSDAY AUGUST 29, 1918
GRAPHIC SYMBOL FOR whcbers stuiNC fat
SPAIN'S WILD HORSES
CONTRACTED FOR FAIR
WAR RELICS WILL BE
EXHIBITED AT FAIR
RED CROSS TO HAVE
HARNESS RACERS TO
BE PREMIER OFFERING
STOCK AT GOOD PRICES
LIBERTY LOAN CHOSEN
EXHIBITION AT FAIR
OMNKM TO MKK HI I'HKMK KK-
KORT TO PUT LIHKKTY IXAN
KU IN Om AAV TAKKs
?f.. N KKOM WAR ZONK.
SUBSCRIBERS WILL VOLUNTEER
If (Junta Are Made. r gnu Will I In-
Inh at Hour When Balance of
I n. hi lii .lust StnrtliiK the Fourth
The all-Important "tero hour" of
the battles In France In to have Its
ounterpart In the campaign of the
Knurth Liberty Ion In Oregon.
lint l Ins In France are timed from
an hour, or minutes of an hour This
time Is known as the "isro hour '
and la a secret closely guarded by the
division head. All movements of
troops and all action Ik bated on time
rai ulntlona made from tin- "tero
hour " A certain Infantry receive
Instruction to take a certain obje-i-ive
si few minutes peat the aero
hour. In that way a whole campaTgn
can he worked out In detail .with all
commander fully aware of their re
lation to other movements, waiting
only the secret which la the key to
the whole movement
Oregon' "Mrs hour" for the next
Liberty layaa la ttrM O'clock, optem-
ber II This He to to the watchword
of the whole drive and through vol
untary subrriptlone this staff la i.x-
t continued on Peg five)
WATER SYSTEM SHOWS
PRESSURE IN TRY-OUT
.... . i
Three Lines of Ho tHieratad WIU,.
oiu I aii-uig overflow rrom
Tank .to Stop Cn.ttil-
Wntcli Pleasing Result
uniurlo now has a real water sys
tem That waa proven by u teal
made of the eyatem Tuesday
In the down town district Several
hundred people witnessed the exhi
bition and enjoyed it
Kngineers I. C Kelsey and Ken
neth Shipley had charge of tin mi
logHiier with the fire department
under the oomaud of l-ouls Kroeesiii.
The firemen were able to thro a yotimtn ,rr,or r.u ,,,, demon.tr.
stream on the top of the Moore hotel.!. - -- ,. staged last Bat-
.. . ..- .a
someiuing uiai never .,.nw-.
m s i.t. al -. IIhu ae.ilnav
fore, and with theree lines going
were not able to Hat HM
from the tank At Hist only one'
pump at the plant was in operauoi.
During the week the engineer
have been testing various portion- of
th line and declare that the system
I. practically complete Today a
connection with the old
"" ' "' """'- - 'ron' '";
time forward Ontario will be able to
drink pure water
Mr and Mrs M Hesa visited Tus-
day and Monday with Mr and M-s
Frank HardniHii Tl.ey madf the
trip over from Kninirtl In II
and in doing o narrowly escapeu a
serious nclflaBt. for Just beyond fh
Snake rtvar bridge the engine caught
in,, doing considerable damage to
the car and Juat inlseed exploding
CAM. KtIR IIRAI-TKH MKN I-
POKTPONKH TO MKPT. tTH
Sheriff Ben J Brown teie-
phoned the Argus this uiornin
that a wire had Ju.l been re-
cetted postponing for one day
the assembling of men caUed
for September 3 Thee.
will roport at Vale for "'!" """
iutn thi -! '' ' "' 8ep'
tember t Num.. -.-. tol been
mailed to that effect and an
man subject to the order should
take nolo of the fact
The sheriff is expaating
wire iiamlug the dule of the big
at .lu....:l is man rVnlu Is tO W
W .HUM. III.. 1A.1' w --
45 but has not yet received It
Auui.unoaan'ant will be made as
soon as it is racalved
Andrew Robinson of the indepen
dent Market returned Saturday rrom
I'ralrle rity and the John Day court
try, when- he went following; a trip
thru the upper Willow Creek ll.v
"In the upper hills," Raid Mr. Rob
inson, "the range In fairy good and
the rattle are rat and ready for mar
ket. The prices, considering condi
tion are fair. I waa able to buy fin
head of fat range cattle for OctoVr
,le,l,rJr t prices that surprised me
There Is a hay shortage In Hint
set Ion, there being not mora Hum
three-fourths of a crop and as the re
sult the stockmen are selling close to
the limit without depleting their
BUY W.S 8.
STUDY CHILD NEEDS
f flcer Ask Member or
HuKirestlons fur Practical
jert for Program of
I along with three riders who have rid-: Llherlly Ioan campaign.
To make the program for the yar'den lh- ""'' " "' C,H Only a few cities of the Wet will
aa practical as penslble Mrs C It . wno ,r" ow ,"r'' baying caHle. The i have an opportunity of having the ex
Blahmsn president of the Parent-l'ron,,n nHB have offered their hlblt hown them, and It was by co-
suggest loas foe various numbers
Titles for subjects ougr be given hv
any cltiaen whether a atbar of Iba
the association or not.
Two subjects have already be it I
suggested, for example: "Home I
Btudy for children," and "How Tan I
the Efficiency of the BehoOl Byate il
Fie Maintained at Reduced Coat to I -!
Any suggi- .110111 aent to Mrs.
i Hlughani will be turned over to the
i program ommlttse tor
No nroui his will be srranged (or II
entire year, hut will be made up fom
month to month owing to the unci
-f- fl w Blnn.
Ml! l w n n.-
..... ... .. ..
FORDSON TRACTOR IS
Woaderful Utile Mat-Mar Plows
Hani fin.un.l at Munirlslng
,HI Altrat-la Atten
tion of Handlers.
OI...-I.. h.t iha wonderful III 'If
e -- - ..
d .fternoon by Manager Krble
"-' .... 1
Ford Oarage t tnettull 1U, ver w. tber
1 llerr Wood ranch a mile and a half
West of the city The demonstration
i dl,tl-et success
lM,erru utile tractor had
' ' , llgllt .,,. .na
J1 b , ihort ,lm,
ruiiil ul a rate which .urpris.i
,r.semb.ed crLl o, ranchers.
"l"'" lh , lir adaM
The Fordaon H "" """
Henry Ford baa worked eight year,
.. !.. lr..i.,r ilial hu. enabled
( mofe 1a1 lloubie Us food
t mM1)lier in which it
f(,ril,ril )la., iruly astonlsliliu
ril1,hl.lty f operation was re
U(rked UM U) evsry on wno sow u
The tractor .howu here was sold
who saw it
tiuinritav night to a man
operated, under an agreeutent that to
ould bring the plow back o that
u. u.vaa will have It here to dem-
- . , ..& tk&
castrate dui ng .rryi
CrlMdr"r,:hee.tv The Ford
'"- nn at vale has the
Oarage both ,ri4,tor fr ibis
ageucy for tne
Utile Mis. Bu.il I'tl.-y .elcbralfd
har eighth birthd.y Sumh. tftaV
2,bv tavitito ! -'-' "" ",H
friends; with whom the afterno.,,,
waa spent in games and other pa
ttaea Delicious and c.H.ltni rafrmrl:-,
menu were served late in the after
Mrs Bsrues auu
.. l l. Jill .lallll H
HJJM y ln ,heir car and Us
'" . ,..h htr granddaugh -
I .... ...
me up !"
.al over Bnnaay wo.. .
MAN WHO MADF. THK I'KMll.i:
TON IUUMMI- HMOIN TO
HHOW HIH HKHT OKI KHIM.s
II IKK THIK FAIX.
HARNEY BUCKAROOS COMING !
I-" nl Men Will Have Opportunity to
IM ermine Class of Prctlou Of
ferings ( nmparrO With Pendleton
John Spain's famous Pendleton
outlaw horses are to be the big feat-j
lire of the wild-west features of the
County Fair this fall
A. Mc.Wllllams and Din. tor II II
Tunny completed negotiations last)
Saturday with Mr Hpaln and he Is to
I bring his I'enilleton horses here. Also
ja number of the most famous of the1
llniind-l'p riders are coming lo show list la that of the exhibition of war
the local boys how It Is done on theirellca captured from the Hermann by
big circuit. 'the allied armies. This exhibition
They will have to do renl showing, is now on exhibition In Ban Fran
for Malheur and Harney county boyn'Claco It la a government erhihlt ami
wll be In the ring after the money! la being used In connection with the
iree won me iiiiifrniiiuiiing
mat an ineir winnings win go to
the tied Cross.
Walter Hhlmp of the Little Willow,
over In Idaho, who local folks b
Have can hold hla own with any of
them, will be on deck again. Thooo
J who saw him ride on the last day ol has attracted attention wherever It
the Fair last year are willing to bet 'has been shown Reside the war
'that Yakima Canuck can t hank any- relics the United States Pood Con
1 thing on him at all. servatlon exhibition will be shown
Director P. J Gallagher has been, Proceeds to Hrd Cross,
see u r in! the presence of several Har The entire net proceeds of tho
nai mrnitv hu, -karoos who are BBSS Kalr will Ike divided amour Ilia Wfil
to come owt lo alrow the "at.
hare what tho boya of the Interior!
can) do, so that taken all round there
will be some show at the grounds
this vear with something doing everv
oil II III i-
PONY RACES ATTRACT
Hrguutla Poult. IVimi Mi lx-ruillt
He Hetai la tction llaynre..
Hagw and (Niter to Ro-
Never in the history of Mutin-ur
county fair has there been shown
the uuniber of fast ponies that will be
oa the lr.k tl,u year
more keen for the followers of the
runners to watch.
Kor years there Imv. In -. n gMUal
fights betweeu the Hsge string ..'
,, ,U(1 ,. g.,Unda poulee at
Ml, , ,, ,(Mr,
have attracted nundredH ol
rollover, in Hist roualr) and hug
sums lisve cliaiiged bands as Hie re-ig,
u" r.wry nas(ur in un- awnw
will ba. k the Segunda string sni
everyone tier.- knows the kind il
ponies they must be to try clnelus-
ions with the Sage homes
ai In . Iioraes to
Ontario for the first time, and lln-i.
fore mare sin e iiiiub uoma '"-"
they face the starter.
Thai lliey will have
to run for .i
plan- in IM money, nowever, is a
rim i. Willi the Mage, Hat lies, Tunn
string, beside the illantnn horse and
a new enliy from the K. S. a
stables and others competition
aun uiurii Luiuuciiiii'ii '.
I P". bl.
on tli track last eur for the first
time has ad.' d to his stable iv.o
agorolalng i lts whlcli he daeit -
, ... iiir.es uu.l and " i
'-e- -- - -
a or ..outs they are getting nil
i Die prises tlii
lutere-i ci liters. toWWVW, ag ' I
SagundH string, for It i. heralded tat
and wide a. the lasiest eoluKtion o
ponies in this soceloa of the Weel Ii
y.111 have to show Its best. ),
,o ru -. off with the winning. Ibis fall
SKI'iti nrri.... .I
' . .. .., uL'L'tuL
tin m ii. tar m '-
i A anaattal aaaatttna of the COBUMU Of
Ul ba held next weanesaa.
nlng at the City Hall. .,)
Taylor la calling the meeting
MM.IIKIK (XIIXTV Mm VISIT.
OM TO HAVK (tl'ltlKTIIMTl
TO III OHKAT DIHPLAV OF
CAPTTHFD HI N HF.I.K I
PART Of PATRIOTIC PROGRAM
Bed Cross Chapter of County- Will
DltloV Net Proceeds for Ani.ii.il
Show NiMNtkem I.Mixl Ms,. In
Kvery day v. lines
the great array of exhibits which
will he shown at the Malheur Count v
Fair, this assuring the directum that
this xhlhllhn will Hurussx snvtlilui-
of the past, both for quantity and
Wnr I lies Coming.
The latest addition to Ike great
iipsrsiniii wmi i ne noise rtisie rair
management ann witn ine inter-otai
Fslr at Spokane that Ontario wit) be
one of the cities selected
Captured Tank to Mr Hrvw.
Among the famous articles In the
exhibit la a captured Hun tuuk which
Cross Chapter ot the connty This
waa determined at a meeting ol the
Fair board this week Not only that
but a number of buckaroos who have
signified their Intention of riding ul
the Fair have declared their Intention
of turning their winnings over in I' -organisation.
Last year the Fair made a profit
which was used to pay back obliga
tions si that the money to be divided
between the chapters will be a aub
atantlal aid In (heir worthy work.
People who attend tin- Fair this
year will therefore be doing a good
RED CROSS WORKERS
FACE GIGANTIC TASK
Hiin.li.l-. of Iti nine, tiaritii-iils Must
It. Mad.- Heore October I
More Workers Neetl.
etl at I Hire.
Beforo i h tober l the woman "t
,ie, unisilo Chapter of tk
'Cross must niiniilii.- nearly 700 refu-
,., gigantic silo
men i was rein I tills week. Ii
ii Imperative that every wo
man mid girl in t city ind eolBti I
.as c ' to the assistance of
i Ik- i hapter
In ar aaaj t lit- n.irk
free for tin' -urgicai dressing work
the new allot mut will be stmt to tb"
homes for foiupletiou. Work room
will in astabllahed at homes In van
ous parts of the rity and
expediting l lie work Two such
w,irK nxitiiH have bell eutablshe.i ai
In- II It. i iickriiui and (J. W. Ilinn-
. . .... i . -s ..-
. . . .. .. im florin hi 11 ill ill-
, ,. will h
ln ,ie allotment are 100 m.i.
bl,r,H .,,, -. m,By dressing sagu-
,, wo,Bn as 00 yuards of mal
.. in .... ..!..,..
Tle com fun kits of the last allot
, .ut ltn,. ., plated n thai
n,,. w,,r,.r now hate this one big
,aHH before Itoa Anyone who n '
li(, , ,,, w,,rg should telethon"
,. rs of Mrs I
Mrs. John B
Ureii of Fort aOOU Kan . and Mrs
a4 . Hand a se trtsti
SIS' -" S-- -.----.
their parents Mr and Mrs. M A
Smith of Fruitlaud and Ontario
Mr Smith while operating his black
smith shop here live over la the
The local lied Cross Chapter has
accepted the Invitation of the Coun'y
Kalr to show work done by women.
Mrs. K M. Urelg and Mr v
Corkrum of Ontario and Mrs I
Hall of Nyssa toTt been uanu-d a
the committee to arrange for a com
prehensive display of tin groat work
helm; done by the women of tin.
county under the ited Cross organ
isation. The exhibit whlcli Is to Includ"
samples of the work of the local
chapter and lis aiixllllarfnx of snr
glial dressings, knitted articles, refu
gee garments and hospital garment-.
should prove very Interesting, espec
ially to a large number of husbands
mid brothers who have never seen
the work of their wive and sisters
at the Ited Cross rooms
This exhibit will not be found In
the exhibition hall but will be housed
in a speclsl booth of tone on tin-
grounds near the main holt.
MALHEUR COUNTY MEN
MISSING AND WOUNDED
Kanmett Johramm of Ontario Wotin-I-
U 'amillons I. latwrencc of
Ironside Mlaalag In
Two Malheur county man wore
Haled this weak among the oaaualtlc
In France The first to be reported
waa Km met t Johnson of nOtarlo, son
of Mr. and Mrs c. H. Johnson. Tiie
second was Csmlllons P. Ijiwrenoe.
whose nearest kin was glvin a
giilnl I. Lawrence of Ironuide.
News of young Johnsons wound
was received this weak In a letter
printed on another pago In this hatue
ills wound was slight and was
by a sehrspnel shell Ini'eing In his
cheat. When he wrote he was In ;i
The name of young Lawrence wus
contained In the 111 published Tin
I'ay of tills week as missing In action
No other Information was given.
Kvidently both of the young pnpgj
aaw action In the great July offaa
in. i.i tto allies ir t he W..rne region.
BUY W.8.8. .
LIBERTY LOAN PLANS
WELL BE CONSIDERED
fount t I lutll'liutll J. It. llliti k.tli
Calls Meeting for Cmiiilt
W rhttra at tale Hat-
iirtl.it ft erni hiii
J It lllackaliy, couiily i-hiiiri ij
fur tin- Fourth Liberty Loan, has
called for a conference of worki-i
to held at Vale Saturday afterno.
J Ii urcher ol I'orliaud nil) Sll
draws tm rin-filug.
The task of raising Muilieu- conn
b'g quota will be a glguntlc 01
the amount villi In- rwaMea fTwel th
original sum. due to the fuel that poi
t Ions . f the county have suffered
Mr lllackaliy bus requested a full
iBi 0 of all local committees
ami for ivonn u worker) Inn fin
i.uhif I. invited to the meelliiK lor
the Importance of the subject is so
great that everyone is urged la k.
" ll'oroly ucqualnted. first ham'
the task the .ouiiuiltees mil
To permit as nisi. rlk4 h
so atend the meellug has ben itt-lic I
uled to begin at t p in
BUY W 8.8.
t'M I t;t I Hill I til Mi
Ht GRAND JI'BV KKJ4HH.N
tii.lv one true hill. I hat" rhar.ti,!
Hi., im- Mctiee with cattle laroen
wa. returued by the iirauil Jury 11
seslou at Vale Monday afternoon
The session lasted only a short im.
Maintaining lis intention ot Boat
polling nil rases nosnlhlf. Judge Dal
ion illggs assigned only a few rase
for trial; Including the K lain fell tr
in Illy, a trespass action in wnni
Attorney MiGonagill and Swagler
represent the iltaganta; Will v
Sage, a similar action with MeCul
loeb A Wood and C McUonagill as
the opposing attorneys.
OWING TO GROWING I.IHT OK K
THIKN l-lttn.lt t HAN aUKKV
v:tkmik.ii TO FVIrft KOI n
I.AVB lilt; CARD DAILY.
RIVALRY ALREADY MANIFESTED
MrKUIIn, Ontario! Dibble Jacohsen,
isi nun iieniinrHsen or I'ateiie;
tllrn of I Hit Kntrr Strings Whirl)
Will Make t.lail liters of Ht
Malheur county people will have
the opportunity of seeing the best
horaea In the Northwest In action
next month at the Fair Already
doxen fast horses are training nn tho
local track and Director I' J lislls
gher who ha the matter in charge
reporta several tlmea that number ag
having written their Intention of
racing at the local Fair This large
number of entries and the unusual
qiisllty of the lumen Is due to the
Rati that there are few falra In lie.
West this year, an.) dm to the call
ing off of the big raring mee held
ai. nually at Beno, Nevada.
No fair In recent years ha tod
hslf an many fast horses as are listed
for the raoee thla season
Tritaere already are praising tha
uindl-Ion of the track highly. ('. R
Kmlton ha that phase of the wora in
Owlrg to the large number of good
entries the directors have decided to
put oa a racing program on each of
lite four days of the weak, adding a
numhfr of races to the regular pro
gram that was planned for Kduca
The foregoing facts will bring Jov
to the hearts of those who love lot
Horseflesh and lo the memories ot
thore 'tho were In Ontario in tin- days
Of log racing Perhaps no bettor
prospects for good racing ever pre
ceded s fair at Ontsrlo
Besides the men who have been
here before driving their horses,
among whom are Dibble. Ilurd. Ilee
drlcksen snd Jacohsen of Payette and
McKllllp of Ontario, there will ha
Allen of Filer with a string of four
fast ones ami lniulrle are being re-
oeived every day showing court naive
ly that the program thla year wilt to
bard fought and fast time accom
plished Already there I a keen
spirit ol rivalry among tin- mini nu
the track and otboii which I an
added Indication of what will lake
tuber trainers. Including M. B.
iliiii.ley of Filer, Idaho, are expect
ed In town this weak
rju y w s s
REBEKAHS WILL HOLD
DANCES DURING FAIR
of Order lloiie lo
aliui for lletl Cross Dui lug
Wei 'tt Musical Mar
tins to Play.
For the purpose of raising at least
$400 lor tin' K.il i in.-.-, the member
of Kfiifk.il. i.ods No II of Ontario
hati- ilt-l .-riii iiifil lo glie a series of
r,IUr dances during the fair. In th
Canflelri building formerly occupied
by Wll. n Brothers' store.
, ,,,itie,. k , ,-,rge has si-
rHary compiled arrangeniuiits for
',,,,,. .,.,. , ,H , ,,rK , ,,.
L-j a -i... a. -1.. i i aS i
I.riO IOI I lie net's, ine ibiiiuuh asita-
leal Martini of I'lii-'ir- Ijikes These
Hiani- are di-i-laretl to lie among
the best to le round ill all I hla ru.
glon and thaw -k. tellt-ut music i
. .4 L...Hll. u n.. ....... .un. AMI m
aswureti. ruin... aaiiaii at i isw
"'11 ,M" """" "" Program
winch Is Hi i-narge
composed of Mrs J
III II I in in it i . u
A lliowii. Mrs.
; in Del i Stoner.
Ill V w I s
o nun i:r dim'ovkkkd
Or' I I MMISH AN IKliVttlliHIt
In spile id tto fait that search ha
boon made in all the aurrouudtuu
.ouuulry. tie pi- in Idaho, na
tra.it has pet i" i of irrea
Cummins, aged 71'. .geCraw-
ford, the little hot who left Ontario
with the old man last June
i if fners however, have not given
up hope of hiiNiing Die lost pair.
ttr Mrs Qo Bender.