The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, February 10, 1921, Image 4

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To aeal In the
dellolous Hurley
tobaooo flavor,
MICKY
STRIKE
CIGARETTE
U.K.i n iSVf rs
DREWSEY
Tho many friends of John W
Huffman woro sorry to hear of Ills
death In California. Mr. Hoffman
was "an old tlmor" hero, coming to
this country from Switzerland In
1884. For many yearn ho kept a
storo and post ottlca at IiIh ranch
than tnovod to Juntura whoro ho
hullt tho fino ntoro building
now occupied by tho V. T. Co
Mr. Hoffman loavcH a wlfo and two
children to mourn his Iohb and a
host of frlonda In tlilu community
Ho died Docombor 12, 1020 at San
Ilardlna, California,
Mrs. Sam dould who hns boeu
norloiiBly 111 tho past thrco wooks
wns taken to Hums by way of Jun
turn. At tho llurnii Hospital the
will bo cared for by Dr. Smith. Mm.
Mngglo Dftwors and Mrs. Joo Clark
both of nurns wont with her also
hor husband, Sam Oould and sou
Ocorgo, Hor many friends horo hope
for hor speedy recovory.
Oliver Poor mado a business trip
to Drewsey Saturday.
U. N. Urlnkwntor of tho I'artoi
Sltz Co. lu busy buying summer
goods In Ilolso, Idaho this week.
Mr. Nicholson of Portland In In
this community buying cattlo for
tho markot.
Chester Croddock of SUvten Vol
loy who bought tho C. T. Lilian! hay
rotumod to his homo this week.
Wm. Jones nnd I'oto Jones of
Juntura mado a trip to tho Lamb
ranch ono day this wook.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. ltay Mlllor,
a 6 pound baby girl on Saturday
ovonlng, January tho 20th. Thoy
havo named tho now girl tho good
old fashioned namo, "Mary."
MIhb Holou Anderson, toachor of
tho Wolf Crook School roportn lots
of snow to break tho trail thru to
school theso mornings.
Wallace CappH moved his wood
saw to tho Josso Uavls ranch to saw
wood thoro.
Mrs. LeHtor McMullon has been
sick In bod with a bad soro throat
tho past wook.
llrad Moss and John Whlto made
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Clean Coal
Jesse Knight's Spring Canyon
Coal is economical because it
gives more heat per pound.
You'll be surprised the first it
time you use it to notice how
long the binful lastc. And your
wife will be pleased to have
less soot to contend with.
Every lump has the full meas
ure of heat and the minimum
of ash.
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cheapest per-season coal
ca buy.
Try it and be converted
Ontario Yard, Geo. McClain, Mgr.
Boise Payette Lumber
Company
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THE ONTARIO
la trip In Brad's car to Drewsey ono
I day last wook.
Parlor Sltz Co. havo boon taking
Invontory nnd stato thoy aro thru
with tho todlous work.
Mrs. Halph Chambers mado n
prlzo winning with hor turkeys Bond
ing thorn to tho Portland Markets.
Sho got from COc to 55o por pound
for thorn and realized tho net Bum
of $268.00 after nil oxponscs.
Wilson Wllbor camo In to town
from tho Stinking Water counlr)
with 24 dozon of eggs, flooding tho
markot. Ho Btatcs tho "Whlto Ore
gons" havo nover fatlod him and
thnt ho has avornRcd frmo CO to
GO eggs each day this winter.
Everyone Is busy shooting, trap
ping and poisoning tho rabbits.
Every fow days n frosh supply of
rabbit scalps aro sent to Mums.
Porcy West Is cooking at tho Klin
ball Flat ranch In nbsoncu of Mrs.
Uould.
Mrs. 11. K. Duntlu returned homo
nirnlti with hor dnUKhtor. Mrs. Cora
Orcgory of Howard, Kansas, who
will visit horo with friends and rela
tives.
Josso Jones wns n business visitor
In Drewsey ono day last wcok.
Wllllo Jones has been hauling
wood from Culamlty for Arch Myers
tho past wcok.
Tho Vaciuorros nro running horses
at thu Lamb ranch nnu vicinity.
NKW llATTKHlKS TO UKTTKIl
LOCAL TKLKPHONi: HUllVlOK
During tho past wook a crow of
electric exports woro nt work at tho
local oxchango of tho Mainour Home
Tolophono company installing a now
common battery system which will
bo a distinct improvement ovor tho
formor Installation. Tho now sys
torn which Is much largor than tho
ono It Is replacing will liavo a cap
acity sufficient to furnish current
for nil purposes Including ringing
for a 24 hour period without being
rochargod and thus will Insure con
tinuous service llosldo tho now
battorlos othor improved Instru
ments nro bolng Installed to hotter
tho equipment nnd replace obsolcto
equipment.
What a modorn tolophono ox
chango Is and how It works Is prob
ably a mystory to tho nvorngo tolo
phono usor, yot It neod not bo so for
Oonornl Manager J. A. Laknoss saya
ho nnd his associates will bo ploasod
to show tho workings of tho ox
chnngo to anyono who calls during
tho day. This Is an' Jnvltntlon that
Is worthy of accoptanco.
Itov. J. W. Mlllor, formor pastor
of tho Mothodlst church In Ontario
and now Mold secretary for Gooding
collogo, proachod at Krultland Sun
day morning nnd at Ontario Bundny
evening, Hov, Mlllor sayB tho at
tondanco al tho collogn Is rapidly In
creasing nnd thoy expect to doublo
tho nttondnnco next yoar. Tho now
dormitory for tho boys will bo roady
for occupnncy next 8optombor. Tho
collogo will tnko ovor tho hospital
at (loading tho first of noxt month
and mado It a doaconoss hospital.
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AKtlOS. ONTAKIO. OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1021
CENSUS FIGURES SHOW
STATE'S STOCKRECORD
Two nnd a Half Million Sheep nnd
Klght Hundred Thousand Cntllu
In Oregon Other Mntlitlrn
(lit fit
Of tho C0,20G farms In Oregon,
47,003 report llvo stock. Horses
nro roportcd by 42,041, mules' by
3,252, cattlo by 43,037, sheep by
0,047, and hogs by 30,201, accord
ing to Director of tho Cciibus who
announces tho following prelimin
ary figures from tho Census of
Agriculture for Oregon,
Tho numbor of horses on theso
farms Is 271,550, which Includes
223,702 horses 2 years old and over.
24,393 colts from 1 to 2 years old,
and 23,464 coltB undor 1 yonr old
Tho valuo reported for horses Is
119,226,842, an nvcrago of 170.80
por head. Tho number of horses
on April 1G, 1010 (excluding spring
colts, In ordor to mnko n fair com
parison with tho figures for Jnn
uary 1, 1920) wns 261,627.
Tho numbor of mules Is 14,375
of which 3,204 nro colts under 2
years old. Tho total valuo Is
$1,589,552, an nvorngo of $110 58.
The number of mules In 1910 (ex
cluding spring colts) wns 9,400.
Tho total number of cattlo Is 861,
108, Including 570,607 beet rnttlo
nnd 280,411 dairy cattlo. Hccf cows
numbor 226,708 nnd dairy cows 180,
462. Tho valuo reported for all
cattlo Is $47,818,480; for beef cat
tlo $29,427,505; and for dnlry cat
tlo, $18,390,981. Tho numbor of
cattlo In 1010 (excluding spring
calves) was 649,017.
Of tho 2,002,378 sheep on farms,
551,313 nro lambs undor 1 yenr old,
1,302,142 owes I year old and ovor,
and 148,023 rams and wcthero. Tho
valuo roportcd for shcop Is $24,423,
544, and nvorngo of $12.20. Tho
numbor of shcop In 1910 (excluding
spring Inmbs) wns 1,958,342.
Tho 266,778 swine reported In
clude 140,656 pigs under 6 months
old, 38,472 sows for breeding, 4,210
boars for brooding nnd 83,431 other
hogs. Tho swlno nro valued nt
$4,664,307.
Tho total production of milk in
1910 wns 92,844,940 gallons, as
compnrod with 71.953,350 gallons
In 1900. Tho production of wool In
1019 wns 16,030,048 pounds; of
honoy, 029,566 pounds; of eggs, 14.
625,720 dozon; nnd tho numbor of
chlckoiiR raised, 3,160,166. Tho
valuo of nil dairy products, exclud
ing homo use of milk and crenm,
was $17,061,409; of wool. $8,019,
524; nnd of oggs, $0,436,317.
Domestic animals kept In village
Excluding spring colts, cnlves. and
on farms worn reported as follews:
Hnrsos, 10,575 In 1920, as compnr
ipnr-
ul0'
od with 30.203 In 1910; m
524 In 1920 and 1.377 in 1910; cat-imnoraiB whlca nro tomA Volns
tlo. 21, 350 In 1920 nnd 17,006 In or BoId mnBg0g, oil Is a tramp which
1910; shcop, 11,191 In 1920 nnd 1.- nns boon 80opiig through poms
755 In 1910; hogs, 5,942 In 1920rocl8 nn(1 tantia ror conturlos and
nnd 3.000 In 1010 ' .vf ,' gathering In "Domos" or "Ant!-
uuiMr.ni it- AniiiiAi.il !.- rnni'io,
JANUAItV 1, 1920
Horros 271.559 '
Colts undor 1 yr. old
23,464
Colls 1 yr old and tin. 2
Mares 2 yrs old and ovor
GoldlngB 2 yrs. and ovor
Bullions 2 yrs nnd ovor. .
Mules
24,393
119,600
102,113
2,089
14.376
1.649
1.555
11,171
Colts undor 1 yr. old. . . .
Colts 1 yr nnd undor 2
Mules 2 yrs, old nnd ovor
Absos and burros
737
Cattlo 851,108
Hoof Cattlo 570.097
Calves undor 1 yenr old 134,748
Heifers l yr. and undor 2
Cows 2 yrs. old nnd ovor
Stoors 1 year and undor 2
Steors 2 yrs. old nnd over
Dairy cattlo
Calves undor 1 yonr old
Holfora 1 yr, and under 2
Cows 2 years old and ovor
nulls 1 vear old and ovor
73,193
225,708
66,380
61,113
280,411
57,840
36,011
180,462
6,098
Sheep 2,002,378
Lambs undor 1 yenr old 651,313
Ewos 1 yoar old and over 1,302,142
nnms nnd wothora 148,923
Ooats 133,685
Swlno 206,778
Pigs undor 6 mo, old.... 140,656
Sows nnd gilts, breodlng 38,47
Hoars for breeding
All othor hogs
Comparative I'lgiires Jan, 1
Livestock ou lVrm ll20
4,219
83,4(11
Apr. 13
11)10
261,627
Horses 271.559
Mules 14.376
Cattlo 851.108
9,490
649,017
Sheop 2,002,378 ! 958,342
Chlckons ....2,500,123 1,753, Z34
Hives of boos, 46,264 47,285
Excluding spring colts, cnlves, and
lambs,
Live-stock Products 1919 1909
Milk. gals. ..92.844.945 71.953,350
Wool, lbs. ..16,039,048 18,841.802
Eggs. doz. ..14,625.720 11908,903
Chick's, raised 3,150,156 2,655,402
OONCIIKTE IMPi: COMPANY
TO HUIL1) PLANT AT CALDWELL
Tho Concroto Plpo Co. of Ontario
Is putting In n factory at Caldwell.
The contract for tho building was
let to J, F. Dales of Caldwell and
will bo completod nnd In operation
by March first.
Christian Spies of Portland, a
raombor of the company, wns In
town last woek consulting with tho
company management and will ship
tho machlnory for making nnd
steam-curing the pipe, nt once
Tho now factory will bo situated
at the Junction of the Inter-urban
and tho O. S. L. and will bo a mod
orn, up-to-dnto building oqulpped to
turn out Irrigation, drainage, sowor
and highway pipe.
Doth the Ontario and Caldwoll
plants will bo undor tho general
management of C. B. Wngham with
H D Jenne as resldont manager of
tho Caldwoll plant
COMM1TTKK OF (JOVKUNOIW
UKOICH CONSUMMATION'
"Lot every lndlvldunl do all
ho can to holp and oncourngo
his neighbor. Let thoro bo a
romploto moblllzntion of tho
financial and spiritual nssets of
ovcry community. Nolthor Cod
nor tho Government ought to bo
asked to holp thoso who do not
first mnko ovory offort poBslblo
to holp thomsolvcs.
"Thoro ought, however, to bo
n united offort In ovory com
munity to keep nny good man
from bolng destroyed because
ho cannot Immediately moot his
obligations. Undor oxlstlng con
ditions It would bo tho nemo of
Inhumnnlty nnd of unwisdom to
forco nny debtor Into bankrupt
cy If by tho most llbornl Indul
gence ho would ultlmntoly bo
able to pay. llustncss fnllurcB
do moro than wreck business;
thoy outlines destroy inen.
"Llbornl Indulgences and ro-
nownlB should bo granted by
4. Mm intiiiiifncturors to tho Job-
bora, by tho Jobbers to tho mcr-
chants, by tho morchnnts to tho
Individuals. It is no inno lor -r
a creditor to solzo nis uonior uy t
tho throat and savagely say:
Pay mo what thou owost ' "
This wbb tho messngo which
tho Committee of aovornon nt
their recent convention gnva to
tho public It desorcs tho con-
sldorntlon of ovoryono.
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i o ui tho most liomeiiKo ho
tels In Portland, located In tho
heart of tho shopping und thca
tor district. All Oregon Kluctrlc
trains stop nt tho Howard Hole',
tho House of Cheer. Excellent
dining room In connection. Tho
Hotel Cornelius, tho House of
Welcome Is two short blocks
from tho Sownrd. Our brown
busses moot all trains. Hates
$1.G0 and up. W. C. Culbort
Bon, Proprietor.
ACGUMUIjATIOX of oil AND (IAS
(Uy W. A. llartlott.)
Aftor wo hnvo loarnod how oil
nnd nntural gas woro pressed from
tho romnlns of animal nnd vogotahlo
llfo which was burled In bods of
sand millions of years ago, It Is In
teresting to know how thoy havo
travolod undor tho forces of natural
laws, and accumulated undor tho
surfaco of tho onrth In opon spaces
of rock and sands. Unllko our
cllnos."
Tho air-tight layors of mud or
shalo, lying nbovo and bolow tho
porus sands, act llko a root nnd
floor nbovo and bolow tho oil and
gas. It cannot go up through tho
roof or down through tho floor, but
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Ontario Electric Co.
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moves horizontally In which ever
direction It finds tho least reals
tanco. After tho oil wns trapped betwoen
theso impormeablo layors of shalo,
various changes and movements of
tho earth's crust, havo bout theso
parnllol layers into wavo-llko
curves, or underground hills nnd
valleys. Sinco wnter wob trnpped
botweon theso layers along with the
oil substances, tho wntor would nat
urally flow down tho sides of these
upper curves nnd nocumulnto In tho
lowor lovols nt tho bottom. Oil, be
ing lighter thnt wotor, would travel
up to tho top of tho curves and fill
tho spaces loft aB a vnccum when
water went down.
Origin of (Jut
Tho nntural gas, or fumes of oil,
canned by tho natural boat of tho
oarth'a lower lovols, dovelop a tro
mondoUB oxpniiBlvo power, Ths gns
being unnblo to cscnpo through tho
nlr-tlght layors of mud nnd shnlo
helps to' forco tho oil on through the
porous snndBi and when these InycrB
nro ponotrntod by n drill often
throws oil, mud, or wntor hundreds
of foot In tho nlr nbovo tho driller's
derrick, which hns happened both In
Pnvotlo nnd Ontnrlo. Tho gas bolng
lighter than oil usually accumulates
Tomorrow
They'll Ask You
how the pictures came out and Bill
will say: "Fine", and prove it.
Good Pictures of Good Times arc easy
lo got with a
KODAK
Let us show you how simple it is to
vork and how complete to the last
detail. We have a large stock and
in it somewhere is just the Kodak
you want
During the Month of
FEBR UARY
with each Kodak purchased rom us we
will develop SIX REELS of films free.
And with each $5.00 worth of printing
and developing we will give one 7x11
ENLARGEMENT FKEE
ONTARIO PHARMACY
Prescriptions Our Specialty
See Our Window
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Maybe you've heard of it. If not see
it. A water system reduced from an
ordinary system to a system that
weighs 93 pounds. Every glassful
of water you draw out is from your
well with a 40 pound pressure. Come
in and call for a demonstration.
There's A Westco Pump For Every
Purpose.
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.kiiiiiiiiiiriijyTrrrryrrfi
nt tho highest point of n dome or
nntlcllno und works Its way nenror
to tho surfneo of tho ground through
fino crncka and crovassOB, Ioavlng
tho heavier oil bolow. TIiub gas in
usually conBldcrod a good sign for
doopor oil. and has led to tho dis
covery of many oil flolds which
would havo boon over-looked had
It not been for tho gas.
Wmt n Dome Is
An nntlcllno Is tho hill or uppor
curvo of thoso underground layers,
nnd a syncllno Is tho lowor or vnlloy
curvo Thus wo enn understand
why tho oil hnB been travollng for
centuries and collecting on tho anti
cline, nnd tho wntor In tho Byncllno.
An nntlcllno may bo several mllos
long, nnd tho oil hnB been forcod up
from both sides for many miles. A
"DOMK" Is u cap-shaped nntlcllno
where tho oil hns nrcumulntcd from
four sides.
Theso under-ground layers do not
UBiinlly curvo with and conform to
tho hills and vnlloys of tho surfneo,
no that a hill Is not always an nntl
cllno, or a valley n syncllno.
Koto In my noxt nrtlclo I will
try to oxplaln how thoso lnyore nro
classified, ond how theso domes and
ntitlcllnes nro found from surfaco Indications.
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