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THE ONTARIO AKUUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH" 25, 1920.
I'Olt HI I Hit I Kl-'.
" I horohy annoiiiico myself n cnmll
Unto for tlio second form na Sheriff
of Malheur County, Oregon, subject
to the will of the Domocrutlc votcra
ht tlin Primaries to ho held May 21,
11. I.EK NOK.
i'Olt COUNTV HUl'KltlNTKNDKNT
I hereby nnnounco luyxclf n cnmll
(Into fur tho offlco of County School
Superintendent of ScIiooIh of Mal
heur County, OrcKon, Biibjcct to the
will of the Ilciiuhtlcan votcra nt tho
1'rliimrlcn to bo held May 21, 1020.
If nominated nnd elected I will do
vnlo nil my tlmo nnd energy to tho
advancement of tho Bclionls of tho
MHB. EFFIB M. CHAIU
WHITMAN GLEE CLUB
KOIt JOINT HHNATOH.
1 neck tho Itopubllcnn nomination
for Joint senator for tho Twenty
second Senatorial Dlstrlrt nt tho
If nomluntcd nnd olected I prom
Iho to tho District an honest service
nnd will tuku my oath of offlco un
pledned to any person or Interest,
1 nm a llbornl and not n reaction
ary or a radical; nnd especially so as
to public oxpondlturuu. Economy
should mean thrlftlucss. Public ex
penditures dumnnd n reasonable
promlso of material and social bene
fit. IrrlKntlon and dralmiKO under
special assessments; good roiulu;
protection of Krarlng lands and tho
publln run ce for tho good of tho live
stock Interest as n whole; betterment
'of mall servlco; Improvement of
' fucllltloH of branch lino railroads
urn nmoiiK tho Important local
needs. Itonds and postnl servlco In
thn country districts are tho only
vlslhlo returns from taxation, nnd
tho burden of taxation should be
fairly oiiualljod through theso
On tho foregoing stntnmput I nslc
tho support of tho Itepuhllcau voters.
CIIAHI.KB W. RM.I8, Hums. Ore.
I'OK COUNTV ANNKSHOIt
After serving one term ns Assessor
of Malhotir County, durliiK which
tlmo I have attended to (ho duties of
tho offlco to tho best of my ability, I
submit tny candidacy for re-election
to Iho approval of tho people, sub
ject to Iho Dumorriiila Primaries
May !M, 11)20,
It. M. OAHMLi:.
I'Olt WIHTIIICT ATTOItNHV.
I nnnounco myself as n candidate
for tho nomination for the officii of
District Attorney for Mnlhour county
at tho itopubllcnn primaries to bo
held on May 21, 1020. If I urn nom
inated ami elected, I will dovoto, nil
of tho tlmo and attention necessary
to tho proper performance of all tho
duties or tho offlco
HOI1T. I). I.YTl.B.
Tticiity-foiir Men fioni Whitman Col
lege Coming to Ontario nlul ulw
Kiifcitlnuicnt While Tour
lug (her Slate.
Tho Whitman College aico Clul),
which Is dated to give n concert at
tho Diaamlnnd Theatre on tho after
noon of April 2, comes hornldcd as
tho host singing organization tho Col
lege has over had. Twenty-four
moil nro making tho tour this spring
and tho prngrnm they offer has not
only u high iiiiikIcuI merit but Is
characterized by versatility of an un
suul order. Songs by tho (lleo Club,
Quartette, and soloists, selections by
tho Campus Jnzz Orchestra, Imper
sonations by Harper Joy, nnd a ono
net fatco entitled "Tho Lights Went
Out" combine to furnish nn enter
tainment thn will not havo a dull
moment. A crowded houso should
greot the college hoys, and this com
munity expects to get n tnsto of tho
"Whitman Spirit which tho "Mis
sionaries" are to radiate.
Howard K. I'ratt Director of Whit
man Conservatory of Music, who hns
oxpenslvo rhnnnels. The potnto
growers of Coos Hay have often sold
their potntocs to their neighbors
through San Francisco commission
houses. There nro legitimate charges
for freight, storage and commis
sions which arc homo by both pro
ducer and coiiBumor, Tho producer
gets less than tho terminal price by
tho cost of haul and storage, v.-hllo
tho consumer pays tho terminal price
plus storago nnd rohnul. . Tho news
pnper Is an Ideal vehlclo for cutting
across lots from grower to table."
Mr, Mcintosh condemns tho use
of tho term "For Snlo" In farm ad
vertisements nnd IioIIovps that the
Horn of snlo should bo printed In
bold fnco typo In tho first linn. Lead
ing dcslrnbto iiunllttes of the product
should ho given,
"Advertisements to be successful
must bo based on reputable goods,"
says Mr. Mcintosh. "They must be
Idirge Portion of ItecclplH at Work
yards Shipped Cooperatlwly
(Ily Franlt M. Northrop.)
As many of tho renders of (lit
Argus know, I havo for .several jears
urged tho formntlon of inoperative
llvo stock shipping associations lit
Mnlhour and adjoining counties. I
nm now pleased to say thnt o begin
ning hns been made, nnd that I feel
confident that nt no distant date a
torcst In tho movement toward this
typo of advertising. It Is expected
that n college bulletin wltl ho pub-
trnlnod tho Whitman Clloo Club, win 'llslicil soon on the subject of adver-
accompany tho singers by tho Club I lll,l,,B for lll former.
In this city soon. Mr, Pratt Is pretty I
generally known to all service inon
who wcro assigned to tho canton
ments of the Western Department, as
ho hnd chargo of tho recreational
singing In tho camps of tho west dur
ing tho period of the war. Tho "pep"
sings under his direction are number
ed nmnng the bright sport of tho
very largo part of tho U. C. L. shin
nearly ami simply written and they imontH w bo through these ns'socla
minimi no won tiispinyou. mo qunn- tlons. I feel that tho farmers of
tlty, (iiinllty, and placo whero Inoulry ( 1 1 l vicinity nro pretty' well con-
siiouiu no mono anil Clio prices should Vlnced of the value and necessity of
bo given. Bnmo nddltlonnl Infornin- ihM means of marketing their stock,
Hon designed to creuto a ileslro for theroforo It is not necessary to do
tho product Is likely to bo wortli n much "missionary" work on Hint
great deal moro than It costs to pub- uhject. As one of tho commltte!
"K'1 "" linen of tho Malheur rami Ilureau on
r armors aim nowspaper men in , marketing, I will ondcavor from
genornl In Oregon hnvo takpn nn In-1 tlmo to tlmo through the columns of
STARTS BUILDING TDDY
OVERSEAS VETERAN PASSES.
Joseph liigciitliuru of Da) ton, Wash
ington, Taken III While VWlIng
Ill-other nt Huntington On
tario lodges Hold Hmlco.
Joseph IiiKoiithorn, who for u year
and a half fought In France, died nt
tlio Holy llosary hospital Monday
from u complication of kidney
troubles which ho contracted while
over-sens, Tho young man returned
from Franco In October and was Hi
for some tlmo at his homo In Dayton,
Washington, and then eumo to Hun
tington, Oregon, to visit hi brother
Jako Ingeuthorii of tliul town. While
there ho grow worso and was sent to
tho Vale Sanitarium for treatment ,
mid that Institution transferred him
to tho local hospital early lust wcok. ,
Ontario .Milling Co. Ilcgluw Work on
lliilldliig Hlle In Itojcr Addition
Industry Will lb (iienl
Addition to Ontario,
Another step In tho making of On
tario as ono of the Industrial centers
of Eastern Irogmi was commented
Tuesday aftornoon when workmen
began excavating on tho building site
of tho Ontnrlo Milling Company, lots
4, 5 and 0, lllnck HI, In tho Hoyor
addition, at (ho south end of Main
Contractor J. A.
your paper and otlierwlse to keep be
fore tho farmers of tho county so far
ns possible tho progress of these
associations, not only locally but
throughout tho wholo country.
There nro now nearly or qulto
I .'1000 of theso associations In the
United Slates, mostly In tho large
hog growing states, hut steadily
growing In nil parts, especially In
Tlie growth lias been largely In tho
last five years and has reached such
proportions that at present 7fi to SO
per cent of tho receipts nt South St.
STATE WANTS INFORMATION
ON CHILDREN'S DEFICIENCY
Paul, Minn., nro now shipped In thnt
manner, in Chicago more than 110
per cent, In Detroit CO por cent ami
in Huffalo more than fiO per cpuI nro
Commission hnuttos nro nctlvel)
soliciting tho business of these asso
ciations, and striving to perfect the
mothods of handling the shipments,
Nearly nil tho large shipping states
Ilka Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin
hnvo formed state organizations and
u National Federation of Live Stock
Cooperative Associations was formed
at Chicago last December.
ScIiooIh of Instruction for shlpplut.
NAME REGISURARS FOR
If Your Name
Now, or If
Is Not on Poll Hooks
You Have Moved ;
Also Women Who Hnvo Mm
ilcdd.nl civ Should KegMcr.
For tho convenience of wdors who
havo not registered; for thoso who
agonts havo been held at St. Paul. St. "tinvo bcomo of ago slncn last election.
Louis, Detroit, nnd Chicago. The
will bo continued In Omnhii, Kansas
City nnd Sioux City.
Tho formation of those nssri'la
tlons has been greatly aided by the
assistance of the county uguiitM anil
yo vnrlous Stato Mnrket llttrrnus
and that of tho united States.
This movement Is yet In Us In
fnnc, and time will ho required to
perfect Its mothods, but there nn he
no doubt that tho cooperative ship
ping of llvo stock Is founded upon a
sound basis nnd will bo of great ben
efit to tho owner of small lots.
TIiIh method of shipping Is of par
ticular application to the condition
nxlstlug in this community, whar
tho markets aro far distant, tl e
small shipper without such coopera
tion Is at a great disadvantage.
Hy shipping cooporatlvolv the
farmor gets tho full' value of his
slock, loss tho nctuol cost of trans
portation nnd supervision.
And what Is perhaps of almost as
groat value ho will know when he
gots Jils returns, just what his stuck
sold for, tho grndo It was lu nnd tho
actual cost of handling. This cer
tainly will add much to his efficient
as a stock grower, and Intonmt In
FUANK M NOllTIIItOP
for persons who hnve moved from
ono precinct fo another, for women
who hnvo married since election, It
Is necessary to register If they would
voto at tho prlmnrloB In Mny.
For tho accommodation of lie
voters County Clerk Arthur M.
Moody has appointed the following
registrars In tho various prerlncU:
Applcgnto, P M. Iloals; Arcadia mid
Nyssn, J. Hoydell; Heutah, Lena F.
Tlllotsmi; Dig Horn!, J. K. ttollv;
Houlta, I). A. Kchncr; Ilrogan, J. M.
Addlngtnn; Hully nnd Westfall, Law
rence Lamborson; Cairo, Fair, nml
Ontario, ono, two nnd three, C. M.
Stearns; Cord, L. L. Senweard;
Crowley, I. K. Venator; Harppr C. J.
Ilii8.h; Ironsldo, II. V'. Elms; Jnmle
on, Iloso '.. Pope; Jones nnd Juu
turn, David F. tlraham; Jordan Val
ley and Juniper, J. K. McDonnell;
Malheur, C. II. Morfltt; Owylico, Mrs.
T. M. Lowo; Illvorslde, Dan Mcl'her
son; Itnckvllle, Frank Mulllnlx;
Snnko Itlvor, II (1. Joseph; Watson,
L. It. Pnlmor. Orange. North and
South Vale will register nt the Coun
ty Clerk's office, wlille nrraugementii
hove not been 'nnpleted for regis
trars In Hnsln, McDermltt, Home and
Ontiulo CHIens Asked to Oi.opeiiiti'
With U. . Public lleallh .Sen.
Ice to Compile Datn
Sovoral prominent citizens of On-
Mi.ft.tnM I...U !... I
iu,i.i linn ""'llnl-ln Willi nm hnnun, , I... I.. ......1.
work in charge, and every Indication '..,m, ... ,, . , , , ,
....i ,. , i. iw" ,(,CH t,lv' i""""! l'vc received
'" "V ' " '"" " Mottors thlF week asking them to
lid completed, tho machinery Install- .lirMMM1, ,,., ....,,...". ..
' " "' ....u.n,, Wk ,,-l, ,
Tho Npws while It Is News
Tho Ontnrlo Argu
od and grinding out "Malheur Nug
get" flour hy June 1. Tho mill wilt
ho three stories high, besides the
basement, the dimensions being no
feet long, 24 feet wldu and 24 feel
high. It will havo u 00 barrel iiipa-
clty n day and consume 00,000
bushels of wheat u year Tho Midget
I'Olt COUNTV riiKHK
I hereby announce myself a enndl
data for the offlco 'of County Clerk
of Mnlhour County, Oregon, subject
to tho will o tho Itepuhllcau voters at
thn Primaries on May 21, 11)20. !
nominated and olected, I promise to
dovoto till of my tlmo and attention
to tho propor conduct of tho affairs
of tho offlco.
IIAHHY 8. BACKHTT.
FOK STATU HIINATOH
I hereby nnnounco myself ns n
I'luillldnto for tho Republican nomin
ation for tho offlco of Stato Senator
of tho district comprised of Malheur,
Harney and (lraut counties. If I am
nominated and elected for second
term I will continue to survo this
district and tho Stuto of Orogou to tho
bout of my ability.
JUL1KN A. IIUHLKY,
Marvel Machine, n short system, th
Funeral services went held from tlio . lntost Improved inothod' for n.anii-
McDowell parlors Tuosduy and woro.fncturlng flour, will bo Installed, In
attended by tho loonl Odd Fellows fact tlio machine Is already on tho
Among the war Inventions that prob
ably will prove valuable lu peace tlmo
Is n magazluo bjpodernilc syrlugo
that may be lined '.0 times without re
lllllnir. ObNloiisly Its chief merit In
that of convenience when physlcluus
and surgeons are working under lire
and lu dark diiKoyts whero continual
recharging of syringes enlalU dltllculty
and retards oporatlous.
The Instrument Is supplied with a
platinum needle which penults oterlll
zallon In a tlame. The cup thut pro
tects It. when not lu use, Is kept tilled
with Iodine or alcohol. When large
numbers of permim are being Inocu
lated with Uphold serum, for Instance,
un Instrument such us the magazine
syrluge evidently saves much tluu.
lodge In a body, thn local lodgo of
Masons arranged for tho shlpmout of
tho body to Dayton, the brother Jako
Ingeuthorii accompanying It thoro.
Tho doceased was well known In
tho vicinity of Huntington anil to
residents of tho North end of Mal
eour county for ho had visited Ills
brother many times prior to Iho war.
Ho was horn lu Hays, Kansas,. In
1882. Ho Is survived by his
mother, who lives In Kansas, two
brothers, Juko of Huntington, Ore
gon, and Peter of St. Potor, Kansas,
and ono sister, Mrs. Anna Stohbeus
of Deerflold, Kansas. Mr. Ingoii
thorn colored tho army In October,
1917. nnd was. discharged lu August,
1910. Ho was a member of the
Masons and Odd Follows, ut Daytoil,
Washington, whero ho had lived for
way hero, according
colved by President
of tho company In
first of tho week.
to ndvlcos ro
lC. A. Ferguson
n telegram tho
LOCAL PAPER PROVEN
FARMERS BEST MEDIUM
Hystom of flour making, too, Mr.
Ferguson snld Tuesday, Is responsi
ble far mills springing up all oxer
tho nation, for It ennhlcs the 1 1 1 1 1
plants to compoto with the gro.it
flouring mills In tho civic centers.
Tho Ontario Milling Co. has al
ready perfected plans for tho erec
tion of u largo wnrelionso on Its site
this fall to hnndlo farm prnduco In
all Its branches. Tho market will bo
Portland, Seattlo and Spokane, and
the domands Indlcnto oven now that
many tralnloads will bo required an
K. A. Ferguson, formerly of Denlo,
Oregon, who has been In Ontario
since Inst November promoting tho
lontorprlso, Is president nml general
manager of tho Ontario Milling Co.
The compnny Is capitalized at $20,-
1 000. Tho total cost of tho plant nnd
machinery Is $10,000.
thel.- locality. They will socuro data
for the records of tho statewide sur
vey as to mental dofocl, delinquency,
and dependonoy which tho legisla
ture roiiuestot, nt lis last session
when it passed a concurrent resolu
tion asking for this Information so iu
to bo ablo to havo nccurato flguros
on the subject as u basis for Intelli
gent legislation In tho futuioAt tho
request of tho Extension Division of
tho Uulvorslty, tho V. 8. Public
Health Servlco Is co-oporallng with
tho stato and has sent Dr. Chester L.
Cnrllsln from Washington, I). C, to
Oregon to tnko chargo of tho work oh
dlroctor. Tlio headquarters of the
survoy Is tlio offlco of tho Extension
Division of tho Unlvorslty of Ororon
nt Eugene. to which all rorrespon
deuce should bo addrossod.
Tho cltlzoiiN of Ontario who huvs
rccoived letters roquiMtliii; tholr
nsslstanco lu this Important subject
nro Sisters of Holy llosary Hospital,
County Commissioner J. F. Weaver,
pastor Church of tho Mossod Sacra
mont. Dr. It. O. Pnyno, Dr. a. A.
Pobuo, Drs. Woose, Fortnor & An
derson, Dr. II. II. Whltnoy, suporln
tendont Holy llosary Hospital.
Mayor Hay W. Jones, Hov. C. II.
Hlom, Judge Dalton Hlggs nnd
Oeorgo K. Aiken.
We have large quantities
of Separated Milk for
sale to our customers
only at . .....
10 Oents per Gallon
Roosevelt at Panama.
Preldeut Hooseu'lt visited Panama
lu llMkl, and It was tho tlrst time n
president of the United States found
It" "advisable to step ou territory nut
beneath the Hug of the United Stutes."
The custom wus that the president
should not leave the country durln,'
Ills term of olllce, but there Is no law
about It. President lloosevelt went to
Punumu on this occasion to visit and
Inspect the site of the Paiiumu canal,
lie did not visit Europe during hts
term of olllce, but ut Its close on re
turnliie from his hunting trip lu Af
SellliiK Problem of Handlers Koheil
by 1'm of lxcal l'iiHr Neigh
Ikiin Host Customer; Must Pie-
puiv ,iU Correctly,
Oregon Agricultural College March
17. That nowspuper advertising for
tho sale of farm commodities. Is com
ing Into uso rapidly hecmiso It Is ono
remedy for the wasteful and unsat
isfactory method of tho distributing
Hystom, Is tho opinion of C. J. Mcin
tosh, agricultural press editor of tho
"Tho most economical uso of farm
products is by tho growor and when
ho has a surplus tho most economical
users aro hts neighbors," said Mr
Mcintosh. "Tho most economical
way of marketing to his neighbors Is
to market us nearly direct as possi
ble "Sometimes growers suppy their
neighbors with tholr own surplus
products through long, devious and
1918 Cement Output Low,
Complete statistics of the output of
hydraulic cement lu 1118 compiled un
der the direction of Ernest F. Ilurvli
ard of the United States geological
survey, Indicate u marked decrease
from the output lu 1017 and show that
the production of Portland wild other
cements In 1U18 wus the lowest since
The decrease In output was tho ef
fect of the war ii'strlctlons Imposed by
the government upon fuel supplies,
transportation facilities, labor nnd pri
vate construction In general.
Scotland Turning to Peace,
lu Scotland the progress from war
to peace Is proceeding at an active
pace. One tlrm Is now specializing lu
the manufacture of Internal combus
tion engines suitable for tlshlng boats.
ji cUisi of machinery mainly Imirted
neroro me wur. in me northeast u
munition factory has turned to the
manufacture of chocolate-musing mu
elilmry, un Industry formerly claimed
by Oeriuauy. while In Glasgow toy
mnklug has superseded wur material
ami gives employment to uuiubera of
County Agent h. It. Hnnthniipl
left TuoiU.y morning fur Jordan
Vi.lloy to resist In tho nricinlii Un
of u loci Farm Ilureau In the alley
Whllo llicro ho will study lonl em,
dltloiis to detormlno whnt tho Fiim
Hureau can do to assist the ri 'niti
of that tcetlon.
Diamond CHICK FOOD
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J A clean, wholetome, natural food no duit no watte.
Keeps tho chick healthy and makes them grow fast.
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