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TnE ONTARIO AUG US, ONTARIO. OKEOON, THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1020.
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KASIIIONAHI.B WOMK.V who deslro
tlio perfect (It nml graceful Much tluit
urn found only In h)Kli-Knitluv foot
wonr will lio greatly Imrirossrd with
the HiylcH wo nro showing.
Distinctive liiillvlituut HtylcH, pretty
nml charming with long aloiidor' '.
linen high and low heels In n wldo
vnrlcty o( IiihIn niul pntturnH nro In
rludcd In a spring Hhlpinont JuhI re
ceived from Utx & i)iinn Co.. milkers
of "Stylo Shoes of Qunllty."
I'MnoncHH of materials, excellence
of workmanship nml up-to-ilnto stylo - u.
m uk (i thlH lirnnd of foolwinr tho
chnlco of particular women.
All Hlzi'H. 2& to 8.
AAA to I).
NOTICK OK IIKAIUNd.
Villi), Orogon, April G, 1U20.
NOTICB IS IIBHBHY QJVKN, Thnt
tho followliiK potltlon praying for tho
orKiinliiitlon or thu "KAIHMOHB
lltlWIATION DIBTHKT," will ho
presented to thu County Court of
Malheur County, Oregon, nt u spu
elal mooting of mil it County Court
called to coiiHldor nml net upon tho
mime, nt tho Court room of mild
Court, In Villi), MiilhourCounty, Ore
gon, on tho 11th ilny of May, 1020,
ut 11:00 o'clock A. M.
Clerk of Mnlliour
lly II. 8. 8ACKBTT,
IN Till: CIHCUIT COUItT OF TUB
8TATB 01-' OH BO ON. I'OH
IN Till: MATTBH OB TUB OHOAN-
ization or Tin: "baihmohk
I'iri'lTION l-'Oll OIKIANIZATION
To tho Hon., the County Court,
for Mulhour County, On'Ken:
Wo, tho undersigned petitioners
respectfully petition nml show to
your Ilonornlilo Court, ub follewa:
Thnt we nml iiiich of uh, olthor
Jointly or severally, nro tho owners
of ti tract of I u ml of one or more
ucroa within thu boundaries of the
propoHud Irrigation district iih hero
luufter jot forth anil described, nml
that wo constitute inoro than fifty
pur cont of tho different owners of
liiml within unld proposed district
niul suscoptnblo of Irrigation from
thu propsod tomtom.
Thut till of tho lamia within tho
boundnrloa of tho Hnld proposed Irrl
, gallon district, anil iih hereinafter
described, nro auscoptnhlo of prac
tical IrrlKiitlon from the sumo source
and from tho sumo system of works
anil pumping plant, by nieaiiH of
which It la proposed to tnko water
from Suako river by iiicuhh of pumps
ami motors for tho IrrlKiitlon thereof
That your potltloiiora deslro to
anil do proposo to nrgunUo an IrrlKii
tlon district under tho IrrlKiitlon
lawa of tho Slate of OroKon, Chapt
;t n 7 . pngo 743, lawa of 1917, nml the
Aula amendatory thereto, for the
purpoxo of furnishing water for the
IrrlKiitlon of tho lamia within the
hoiindarlea of tho tmld proposed dis
That tho boutidurlca of tho propos
ed IrrlKiitlon district InolosliiK the
liimla which It la desired to lmvo In
cluded wthln Hnld IrrKtitlpn district,
nro ua follows, to-wlt:
CommenelnK nt tho SW corner of
tho NKV4, 8ec 10, thenco cnat to tho
SB corner of tho WMSKUNKV.
Haiti Sec 10; thence north to the
NK corner of tho W14SB14NBU of
mild Sec. 10; thence east to tho SB
cornor of tlio NWHNWU, See. U;
thenco north to NB comer of 8WU
8WU. See 2; thenco west 100 rods;
thenco north to the north boundary
of tho NKUot SBU. See. 3 J thenco
west to NW corner of SBU. Soc.3;
thenco south to tho place of begin
ning, coiilnlutug 370 acres, more or
less of Irrigated lamia, and all In T
18 S. It. 47 B. W. M. In Mnlliour.
That nil of the said lands have,
heretofore, been Imperfectly and In
mifflclontly watered and attempted
to bo watered from an Inudequata
nml Impractical Bourco nml system,
but owing to thu Insufficiency of said
source and system, your peti
tioners lmvo suffered great loss
nml dnmiiKu to their crops and lands,
mid snld loss nml dnmiiKo threaten to
continue nml will continue If your
petitioners cannot secure a bettor
u nil different wnlor supply for their
WIIBHBI'OHB, Your pntltlonerH
respsctfully ask this Honorable Court
to make and enter an order herein,
organizing snld proposed IrrlKiitlon
district, nml that thu niimo of thu
Huld proposed IrrlKiitlon bo the
FAIHMOHB lltltlOATION DIS
John Martin. Ontario, Oregon.
Ale.1? Martin, Ontnrlo, OreKou.
Mary 8. Martin, Ontnrlo, Oregon. -
Bmuin Cook, Ontario, Oregon.
I. J. Klynii. Ontario, OroKon.
Margaret Klynn, Ontario, Oregon.
C. A. Cook, Ontnrlo, OroKon.
0. Josephine White, Ontario, Ore
gon. I', 8. Bviiiik, udmlulstrutor for
l'ry Bstnte, Ontario, Oregon
John Zimmerman, Ontario, Oro
Bd Horry, Ontario, OrcKtm.
B. J. Ilorry, Ontario, Oregon.
J. II. Suaweard, Ontario, Oregon
Kato Flsor, Ontario, Oregon.
TlmmuH II. Flsor, Ontnrlo, Oregon.
Peter lluglies, Ontnrlo, Oregon.
Surah C Hughes, Ontario, Oregon.
Ida B, Bonwetird, Ontario, Oregon.
Sarah B, Turner, Ontnrlo, Oregon.
Alice Smith, Ontario, Oregon.
Wig. W While, Ontario, Oregon.
Harney I,, Hull, Ontnrlo. Oregon
J. II. Ouerlii, Ontario, Orogon.
Itandall Sage, Ontnrlo, Oregon
Bdwnrd McDormott Hoe. Ontnrlo,
Susan Mcnormott Hoe, Ontnrlo,
Bmlly Utloy. Mildred Utley. by
W. II. Utley, their guurdlan and
First publlrntlon, April , 1020.
Last publication, May rt, 1920.
om.kei: (ii,i;i: ci,i;ii
i'i.iuhi: i.aiiui; chowd
Ontario took last Friday uftor
noon off to enjoy (he concert given
by tho Whitman College dice Club.
The performance was worth whllo
for It furnished tho city u variety of
cntorlalnment It hna not enjoved for
two years The crowd liked It
Thu entortalumoiit was given under
thu nusplcea of tho Junior clas of
tho High School, which was well re
paid fur Its effort. Tho chorus work
of the young men singers proved up
to tho standard of such organiza
tions, whllo tho quartette a ml solo
numbers wero especially good. The
piano offerings wero perhaps tho best
of tho musical numbers, tho under
difficulties. Tho readings appenled
to the crowd, so that all In till. It
wna un enjoyublo after noon that In
troduced Whitman to Ontnrlo. Tho
dull will bo welcomed any t lino It re
turns to sing hero again
NVSSA II.WCII KBI.US FOIl
SIOO I'KH ACHB HIICHNTIA
B. II. McDonald of Nysu wna In
Ontario Wednesday on business. Mr.
McDonald haa tho honor of belling
his Nyssa much for tho highest prlco
yet recorded in thla section for us
large a tract as that which he recent
ly disposed of to Kred Koopmnn
The prlco for tho 80 aero ranch was
$400 per or $24,000 In all. Huvliur
topped tho laud market Mr. McDon
ald and hta family nro going over to
thu coast for n trip unit forget about
alfalfa. Irrigation and other problems,
ACTIVITY ON LOWER
II. ('. nml Chckoy llojrr lime V.yv
Opened as to Possibilities of
'I'nide With llimicslciid
Do you know that tlio deepest can
you In America Is situated only 100
mllca from Ontnrlo? Your surprise
nt thin statement, for which l'rof
Horner of tho University of Oregon
Is tho authority. Is no greater than
thnt of l C, and Cholsdy Hoyur con
cerning tho possibility of business In
the region near that canyon, located
down thu Snnku river below Home
stead, Tho Mcssra. Iloyer returned Sun
day from n business trip to Copper
flold, Itomestond, Halfway and other
points In that mining region and de
clared themselves nmnzed ut what
"Thnt region which Is tributary to
Ontario would siirprlso anyone who
has nover boon there," snld II. C
Iloyer "Whllo It Is n bit early for
active mining work, so they told us,
yet thnro Is sufflclnet activity to
hIiow that tho peoplo nro prosperous,
thnt they tiro progressiva nml that it
Is worth whllo to know inoro about
them ami their needs."
Tho canyon to which illusion Is
imido In thu opening paragraph Is
located Just n short way down tho
river from thla region nml la known
as the Soven Devils canyon, l'rof
Homer In his history of Oregon says
that tho walls of this canyon In
places nro 7,000 feet high nml thnt
not oven tho (Jrnnd Canyon of tlio
Colorado Is us high ns this.
Home day, when n rond la built
down tills canyon It will bo u famous
scenic wonder nml thousands of vis
itors will annually visit It, yet 'today
there nro few peoplo In Oregon and
Idaho who know might of Its beauty
CLUB WORK STARTED IN
OREGON SLOPE DISTRICT
Busier Her Ice Taxes Capacity
School IIoim llcaullfiil I'm).
gium (ilwn Other News
of (lie Mope,
OHBdON 8I.OPB. April --A
vory Interesting nml highly Instruc
tive meeting of the Improvement
Club was hold nt tho home of Mrs.
Orr Wllkins, Thursday attorn on
Twonty-threo moiubera nml four vis
itors present. After tho buslueM
meeting Miss Marie Wilson, who Is
county organizer for tlio Junior Farm
llurenu, addressed tho ludlOH regard
ing tho club work for boys and glrh
Mrs. Ilurrell was appointed leader of
tho sowing clubii a leaner for the
canning club was choten later. I'ro
gram for tho afternoon, canning, h
Mrs, Walter Davis, preserving. .Mr
Mas, pickling, Mrs. Melll. There
wero excellent nrtlcloa and much ap
preciated. A charming "daffy" con
tost nrrnnged by tho hostess, provid
ed much amusement durng tho so
cial half hour, Mrs. Ilurrell being
tho lucky winner of tlio prize Last
but not least weretbo delicious re
freshments. Tho I'urk school bouse wna filled
to ovorflyowlng Similar nt tho Bnstor
sorvlcoa. A medley of Bongs ami re
citations wero given by tho different
classs, and an impressive mid beau
tiful Bastor service In story nml
Hong by tho adult clashes. Visitor
from Payette, Ontario and Wulsor
woro among those present.
(Jeo J. Wyurd. who w ith . I. Cu
bertson, purchased land in the Crane
crook country, returned from Seattle
iMomluy to commence work
Mr nml Mrs. Otto Miller enter
tained at an elaborately arranged
dinner Saturday ovonlng Covora
wero laid for 14 Out of town
guosta woro W. 11. Ilohortson. Port
land, O. J. Wynrd of Seattle, Bd
Coulter and wife, nnd It J. Wood
and wlfo of Wolsor, and Mrs. J W
HobortB of Salt I.nko City.
Word reaches us from linker, Oro
gon, of the birth of a baby girl to
Mr. and MraChaa. War rein Mrs
Warren la the daughter of Mr and
Mrs John Hartsho.
J. II Itoborta ami two sons wero
week end visitors nt tho Miller
Mrs. Tom Hoslup ontortalned n
few friends at teu, at her homo Sun
day ovonlng. Thoso present woro
Mrs Heine, and tho Mlssea Itozac
Frod Moss and wlfo and baby, Win
Moss and wlfo of I'ayotlo. Mrs
Nlckorson of Mlddloton, J. I Agnew
and wlfo, nnd C. U.IIeslup and wlfo
A meeting of tho officers of the
Oregon Slope Farm Bureau was held
at tho Park school house Thursday
Tho closing hour of tho Park
school has boon changed from 3 40
to 4 o'clock for thoremaJudor of tho
term. William Sullivan of Ontario
la now enrolled at tho Jefferson
James Tomlln from Gooding Col
logo Is spending tho spring vacation
nt bis home.
Subscribe for tho Argus and keop
High Patent Flour, per sack
" " " . per barrel
Creamery Butter, per pound
Germetta, per. sack
Laundry Soap, 5 bars for
Good Toilet Soap, 2 bars for
California Pink J3eans, per pound -Carnation
Milk, 2 cans for
Mazola Cooking Oil, 1 quart can for
Shoulder Steak, per pound
Beef Pot Roast, per pound
Boiling Beef, per pound -Veal
Pot Roast, per pound
veal btew, per pound -Pic
Nic Hams, per pound '
Holland Herring, 10 pound keg for
Lard, (our own make) 10 lb. pail for
" 5 1b. pail for
Over Twice as
Many to Educate
But Only Half as
Much Money to
Thnt Is why tho Oregon Agricultural
College, thu Stuto University, nml tho
Normal School cannot maintain
tbemsolvea on tho old basis. In 1013
Had Only 2250
Students, but they
Now Have 5400
In mldltlon, their Income In HUil I mil
twice I ho Imjlng poucr of their In
come In ID'JO, duo to (lie worldwide
rise In costa over which of course
they could lime no control.
Tlio foregoing Is ono of tho many
oaunlly good roasons why you should
vote far tho Higher Kducatlon relief
bill ut tho election on May 31 Snvo
tho quality of higher oducntlonii In
Oregon, and givo YOl'lt boy and girl,
mid YOl'lt MCKJllllOlf.H, tliolr right
ful educational heritage.
Puld advertisement Inserted by Colin
Dymont In behalf of tho Joint Alumni
Hotter Committee for Higher Kduca
tlon In Oregon, S14 Plttock IHock,
Is the wet weather
service uniform for
the regular men
who make ever
Loak for the
A.J. Tower Co.
B.lt.n n.n Ellklllh.IU
Vfrvv ! B
. I ft IB
mt r J Ml
April lO, 1920
2 quart can
1 gallon can for
I'XITKD PHr-SHYTKHIAN Clll'ltCII
fho nniiunl business meeting of
tlio Presbyterian church wna hold
Tuesday ovonlng. ltoports of tho
church, Sabbath school and Mission
ary society woro vory encouraging,
tho church membership huvlng In
creased 2C per cent uud tlio Sabbath
school nearly CO por cent. Tho
treasurer's report allowed tho financ
es in good condition.
Sabbath school collections for tho
year amounted to $106.54 nslilo
from tho Whlto (lift offering of
$Q4.13, this being for tho Syrian
Armenian rollof fund.
We Make a specialty of repairing Ford cars.
Our mechanics are experienced Ford men.
We carry a complete stock of Ford Parts and
you will not haveto wait for tliem to come from
factory or branch house.
FORD CARS HAVE THE PREFERENCE
HERE OVER ALL OTHER MAKES.
.18 to .20
.12 1-2 to .15
.22 to .25
A vory fluo Btorcoptlcnn was pre
sented to tho church by tho pasior'a
wlfo, Mrs. W. F. Cochran.
Tho official budget of $1)00 Wna
adopted for tho ensuing ytur.
W. II. I.nxon was elected church
treasurer and C. A. Keofu ami II, I).
Junno ushers. i
Hofroshmoulfi woro served umj u
social hour unoyud.
You urn cordially Invited to nttpml
tho services nt tho United Prediy
tarlnn church both morning and
evening of April 11.
Tlio special music In tlio morilng
will bo a solo by Mrs. I. J. Dlckion.
Song Horvlco In tho evening ut 7:45
I with n special number by tlio nnlo