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QJlj? (Ontario ArijitH
vonwy uiuciai raper
An Independent Newspaper
Publlahod Thursdays at Ontario,
Oregon, and entorod at the Ontario
post office for distribution as 2nd
I' class matter.
0. K, Alkon, Managing Editor
SUBSCRIPTION Ono Yoor, 2A)0
"11)21 REWARDS FIGHTERS"
Thoro Is no uso to camuuflago the
fact that there Ik n great dual of
pessimism rampant In Amorlrn thoso
days. This Is the day of tho inun
who sees tho hole Instead of tho
doughnut. Hut It Is also tho day
when tho tint n who linn courago cora
blnod with tho good judgrrient who
Is going to reap his roward,
In Chicago tho Tribune of that
city started a campaign under tho
slogan, "1021 Will Rownrd Tight
er." It In truo, 1921 will, Just as
ovary other year has rowarded thoso
who go on and fight regardless of
what tho pessimists havo to say.
Today thcro aro business moil who
are 'Withdrawing their support from
ovary public onlarprlso. Thoy aro go
ing tho full limit. Thoy aro preach
ing posslmlsm In their words and In
thalr action. They aro hurting
When thoy glvo volco to calamity
claims their words aro spread, and
tho man with whom thoy talked, may
bo a customer, proceeds to pull In
his expenditures too. Thus tho clr
cla grows and gets right back to
tho merchant again,
What would thu merchants of On
tolo or any other town think If tho
I'nnncr Quit. Certainly thoro woro
no class of mon who hud more
rcanin to throw up tho sponge than
tho slock mon and tho farmers of
Malheur county nftor tho experi
ences thoy had last year.
Supposo tho farmers and stock
mon had quit? Whoro would tho
biiHlnosM mon of this or any other
city havo bcanT
Hut tho farmers did not quit.
Thoy aro on tho Job right now. As
tho result wo urn going to harvest
In this valloy somo of tho finest
crops wo ovor havo harvostud. Tho
fruit crop Is Immonsa. Tho prices
offered aro good enough to. Insure
real profit for tho growers. They
aro going to ho ablo to pay tholr
bills and get on their foot. That Is
thu roward of mon "who did not
Tho Argus would not huvo tho
business mon think that It thus ar
gued for unlimited expenditures, of
foolishness, of rocklessnoss In any
TAXBAMD OIL OOMPlVNY
tobacco makes 50
flood cigarettes for
DOCTOll J. O. WOODWARD,
BUILDINO, PAYETTE. IDAHO
desires to announce that be
will be at his office OYory af
ternoon for the purpose of FIT
TINO OLAS8ES. Arrangements
may bo made for evening ap
pointments. Eyea will be ex
amined FREE OF 'CHARGE
Office equipment Includes
every roodorn instrument. FIT
and SATISFACTION guaran
teed. I Ml
sW lHsssssssssssiaL&! II
dogree. But it does believe that
this Is no time to quit. It Is no
1 1 mo to rotuso to support tho couuty
fair, tho Commercial club, tho
churches or any other deserving pub
lic Institution. 'Tho need for theso
Js as great as ovor.
When tho men at tho head of our
local Institutions stop and think, wo
aro cortaln that thoy will realize
that thoy still havo faith In this
country of ours, In tho nation, In
tho Htuto, In the county and In tho
city, and In Ihumsolvax. Tho things
wo now enjoy aro worth fighting for.
Tho business men, wo believe, will
bo tho last man to adtnlt that he
has lost faith. Tho farmers havo
set him an oxamplu. It Is one that
Is worth following.
Mrs. Maud ltuuso and chlldron,
Mrs. Hollo Whltcd and son, Wllso,
woro dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
II. C. Kims Sunday from Unity. R.
M. Dlvln returned homo with thorn.
Mrs. Nellie Wise was called to
lirogan Thursday whero her llttlo
son was thrown from a horsa and
kicked In tho head hut Is not vary
John Smith nnd daughter Miss
Silvia Orubnor woro Ironside visitors
Sunday from Drogan.
'Mr. and Mrs. Joyco and Mr. and
Mrs. Henderson returned to Ontario
Sunday utter several days outing
Tom Logan and Oscar Logun nnd
family were lronsldo visitors going
to Ilurnt rivor section fishing nnd
camping last wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Soatou drovo
to Bridgeport Tuosday taking Mr.
Soaton's mother there whoro she
will tnko tho stago to Hakor for
Joo llowory wont to Drogan Tues
day to meet somo sheep hordora for
Stanflold Co. on Malheur river.
Miss Hazel Wcstfall of Ontario
camo In tho last of tho wook to visit
hor sister, Mrs. I. K. Powers.
A. M. Moody, ox-county clerk, and
family aro out from Vale on a fish
ing and camping trip at tho Kll
Iloso place. Mr. Moody roturnod to
Vale Baturduy louvlng his family
Dr, llurrows of Vale was callod
Friday to attond Mrs. I.ottlo Coburn
who Is on tho Hick list.
Dr. Illakoly of Dakar was callod
Monday to attend Mr. dumsey who
was working for Locoy Ilrothors In
tha hay Tho Doctor found that tho
young man had typhoid and I'nou
mania fovor and nut being ablo to
got a trained nurse from Hakor nor
Holso, was compelled to tako him
to Haker Hospital whero ho pussed
away Thursday. His body will be
shipped to Nebraska for1 burial.
Eruost iMcoy and Clarenvo How
ard woro called, Thursday night, to
Hakor when Mr. (lunisoy died.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Illnton loft
for their homo In Orundvlew, Idaho
Mm II. K. Elms Is visiting her
daughter and family this week at
Unity, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whlto.
Frank K. Kims and Halolgh Van
Muran motored to Unity Sunday.
Wishes of .Majority Again Thwarted
Tho largest vote ovor recordod at
a school election was tnat on last
Friday whan 467 votes woro cast on
tho proposition to bond Independent
School District No 18 for 146,000 to
build a High School Building which
wuh to havo Included it gymnasium.
Thoro woro 300 votes cast for It and
101 against Sovontcon moro votes
for It would havo carried tho bonds.
This Is tho second time to bo defeat
ed ny u very close vote, itooms aro
being rented now away from the
present school building and It Is
uocossary to do something to accom
oduto tho ovor Increasing enroll
ment of the Frultland schools.
Thoro Is no doubt of tho nood far u
Frultland Favors County Nurso
All but 90 of tho 467 voters on
tho School Bend proposition answer
ed "Ves" or "No" to tho question
submitted as to whether wo should
I ask our County Commissioners to
(appropriate funds for a County
Nurso. Thoro wero 201 In favor of
I n llllrun mill 101 nnnnaiiil np titirn
than two uud half times as many
wanted a nurso. Miss Boyd our
present County Nurso has served our
School District woll and wo want
hor or samt'ono else to remain on
Reception for New Pantor
Last Thursday ovonlng on tho
William McConnell lawn was held a
reception for Hov. II. S. Ulack and
SMrs, Black, welcoming thorn to our
community Hov. Uluok lias recent
ly come hero as pastor of the Bap
tist Church. It was Indeed a real
happy reunion of tho church people
and their friends to extend to Rov.
and Mrs. Black a most hearty wel
come. Frappo and uablsco wafers
wore served after a program of
Rov Charles Bonsack, of Englu,
Illinois, one of tha Directors of the
Brethren Church of the United
States and Superintendent of the
Forward Movement In that church,
mado two very strong addresses Sun
day while occupying the pulpit of
tha Brethren Church. A very large
crowd heard them. v
Tuesday evening the Fldells Class
of thn Brethren Church, soventy five
In mimbor, held a welner roast on
tho James Deal lawn. Music, good
eats and a bonfire over which the
wulnors wore roasted occupied a
happy ovonlng together,
Tuosday uvonlng at tho home of
Miss Josephine Pardunn the Queen
Esther Ctrclo held their monthly
business and social meeting Mrs.
William Uollenbeck la the now Sup-
THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO OREGON, THUKSDAY, JULY
orlntcndent of tho Queen Esthers,
Thoso who attended a picnic din
ner on tho Mohlcr lawn Sunday af
ter church services were Ruth Mar
tin, 'Mr. and Mrs. JMohler and family,
Miss Opal Eldrodgo, Mr. and Mrs.
Lackey and family, Mr and Mrs. N.
S. Felthouse and family. Mm. Fairy
Spalnhower nnd aon, Virgil. Thoy
then motored to Wclsor whero they
woro Joined by Mr. nnd Mrs. Whit-
soll nnd family, Mr J. II. Whltsell,
and Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Whltsell
and family of Emmett, nnd tholr
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. C II. ail
direst and daughter, Allecn, of Fort
Dodge, Iowa, and togothcr thoy
wont to Campbell Ifot Springs
aliovo Welsor whero thoy enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. C II. Ollchrcst and
daughtor who havo boon tho guests
of tho Whltsell families laave this
week for Portland and California.
Mr. and Mrs, F. II. Rcodor and
daughtor, Margaret, of Ontario, woro
the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Stowart. Miss Margaret re
mained ovor for n week's visit.
Miss Oladys Baughman and "Miss
Edna Tlllotson nrrlvcd Saturday for
an oxtendod visit nt tho homo of
Mr, and Mrs. O, I. Hollcnhcck. Miss
Baughman Is n niece of Mrs. Hollon
hock Mr. nnd Mrs. William Shades, of
Twin Falls, vlsltod Sunday at tho
Grant FIshcrMiomo. Thoy had been
to Arrowrock Dam.
Wendell Drown. Lester nnd Law
renco Sargent, Carl Klnnlson, Glado
and Kenneth Flshor nrrlvcd homo
Sunday from an outing upon Hear
Crcok Mr. and Mrs. Grant Flshor
came homo from thoro Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Orcutt aro
up on Hoar Croak for an outing.
Mr, nnd Mrs. II, J. Hcndy left
Friday morning for Hear Crook for
a two wcoks' vacation.
Mr, and Mrs. Otto Hondrlcks lift
Monday ovonlng for tholr homo nt
Mountain Home aftor spending a
fow days' visiting nt tho Kinney
Mr and Mrs, C .Robinson and son
of Boise, vlsltod from Friday until
Sunday with Mr. Robinson's cousin,
Dr. nnd Mrs. C, C. Paxton.
John Mown and 11. Marsh wont to
Council Saturday for a week's' out
ing. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Puchert or
rlvod Frldny from Imporlnl Valloy,
California, whoro Mr. Puchert Is
ovorseor or a sovorai thousand aero
celory ranch. Mr. Puchert was form
orly Commissioner of Highway Dis
trict No. 1, Payette County. Thoy
aro visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Claronco Flckcn, and tha new
P. D. Bosson, Guy Oraham, A. T.
Bishop, nnd tholr famlllos, compris
ing a party of sovontcon, loft oarly
Saturday morning for a few days'
outing nt Payette Lnkos.
II. B. Strnwn and family loft Mon
day noon for a ton days' outing up
on Hear Crcok.
Meno Puchert and undo. Jasso
Hurknrd, of Woodrlvor, Nabraska,
roturnod Sunday ovonlng from a
two weeks' visit nnd outing at Hor
nice .In tho eastern part of tho stato.
Thpyworo nccompanlcd homo by
aiihs Lillian Iiurkard, a .cousin of
Mr, Puchert who will visit hero for
Joy Maklnson and William Ho
man havo nrrlvod hero to visit tholr
parents from tho ranch nt Imperial
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Martin came
Thursday to visit at tho O. W.
Browning homo. Monday they wore
accompanied by Mrs. Browning on a
trip to Payette Lakes for a few
John Towuo nnd Frank Barnard
spent tho wook ond fishing at Lake
Miss Mlnnlo Cook of Omaha who
has beon tho guest of her sister,
Mrs. J. F. Curnoflx, left tho latter
part of the week for .Seattle nnd
Charles and William Duell and
Ray Duell and Fred Hurd havo re
turned from an outing upon tho
South Fork of tho Payette.
air, ueorgo McKeown Is chaper
oning u pariy wno aro camping for
two weeks upon Boar Croek. In the
party aro Mlssos Daphne and Fern
McKeown, Oraco Paxton, Vclma and
Mildred Williams, Mabel Peacock,
Joy McKeown and Gene McCleur,
Paul Oardner visited Frances
Mr. and Mrs, N. A. Peacock had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. King and Homer, Mr. and Mrs.
C II. Trusdalo and Roy Wrinkles,
nil of Ontario,
Frank Howo arrived Thursday
frhm Los Angoles for a week's visit
with his son, C. Howe. Ho leaves
this week for a visit nt Woodriver,
ixeurasxa, nis old home. i
til-.. L.-, l t- . .
mum cioiu ifucocK leu monuny
morning for Mtdvalo. Accompanied
by her slstor, Mrs. Sim Watklns
thoy will go to Tamarack for an
outing. Mrs. W. A. Peacock, the
mother, accompanied her daughter
Murvlu Gardner la home from
Mldvnle where as catchor ho haloed
tho Mldvnle team win the pennant.
Guy Pearce, of Frultland also as
sisted In the winning by helping
oui inrougn me pitching depart
ment. Mr. and Mrs, A. E, Edgecorab, of
Omaha, house guests of Mr. and
Mrs, E. W. Madson weut to Emmett
Sunday morning for a few days' vis
It with old acquaintances.
Arthur Llnck, his mother, Mrs. E.
A. Llnck, and sister, Miss Helen,
camo down from Boise Friday to
visit until Monday with Frultland
MUses Dora Tacket and Luclle
Strawn and Robert Tacket aro borne
from n week's outing up In Garden
Corner of Idaho 2nd St. S. W.
(D. J. Glllanders, Pastor)
Sunday School, 10:0P A. M.
Preaching, 11:00 A. M.r Subject:
"Who Is Jesus Christ" Continued.
Chrlstaln Endeavor, 7:15 P. M.
Preaching 8:00 P. M. Subject;
Bible 8tudy Tuosday, 8:00 P. M.
While's School House,
Suuday School 2:30 P. M.
Proaching 3:30 P M.
I'ome anu enjoy tne above ser-
vices. They are for you.
NEW TREATMENT IX)R
If your fowls ar6 acting a llttlo
droopy or you lose one occasionally
from no apparent cause, it might l
woll to look for worms. Largo
worms will bo found In tho Intes
tines of tho fowl or tho difficulty
may bo caused by oxtromcly tlno
worms about a quartor of an Inch
long and found In tho scum or little
blind pouches which you will find
attached to tho intestines.
According to Mr. Cosby, Poultry
Extension Specialist, tho ganoral ac
cepted 'treatment for worms nmong
nrltlll fnwln In ah fnllnwti Mir nlimtf
t ' -.-...., ...... Huu
I two pounds of powdered tobacco
with each 100 pounds of dry mash
and feed this mlxturo for two wooks,
At tho end of this tlino make up a
moist mush using water In. which
14 ounces of Epsom salts have boon
dissolved for each 100 hens to bo
treated. Glv this mash rathor lato
In the afternoon and most of thu
worms will be passed on tho drop
ping boardH during tho night. Tho
dropping boards should bo cloaned
and dlslufoctcd and droppings dis
posed of so poultry cannot got to
thorn. Aftor tho first treatment,
omit the tobacco from tho mash for
two weeks and then glvo tha entlro
trcatmont ovor again.
This method Is n groat Ihiprovo
mout ovor tho old euro of boiled
tobacco and n starvation period of
about 24 hours which often throw
tho birds Into n moult resulting In
A display of grains, grasses! nnd
logumos Is being prepared for exhi
bition at tho Oregon building In
Portland by tha O. A. C. farm crops
Memoranda of Understanding
Tho States Rotation Scrvlco, of
which tho County Agent and Exten
sion Specialists aro a part, havo
agreed with President Howard of tho
Amorlcan Farm Bureau Federation,
that thoro shall bo no connection be
twoen tho stato and national Farm
Bureau Federations and tho depart
ment ngonclos, According to tho
agroamont "tho colleges and tho do
partmont aro not responsible1 for the
activities of tho Farm Bureau Fed
DIRECTORY OF ONTARIO'S
These Men and Firms will serve your very needs promptly. Cull upon or write to
any of those who are listed below when in need, of anything in their respective
lines. They are reliable:
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus 1100.000
"A Good Bank In A Qood Country"
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
Tho Oldest Bank In Malheur
County "Service that Serves"
Capital and Surplus $100,000.
DRUGS ANU SUNDRIES
O, M. Castleman, Prop.
Prescription Specialist Victor
Phonographs Itoxall Remedies
THE SUGAR BOWL
We Mako Our Owm Ice Cream
ONTARIO ELECTRIC CO.,
Elottrlcal Appliances and Wiring
We will Clean and Dye for You
MCNULTY HARDWARE CO.
TAGOART HARDWARE CO.
Malheur County's Largest
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO,
Farm Operating Equipments
McCormlck, Deering and P. & (
H. U. UDICK
Plumbing and Heating
Domestic Water Systems
V. W. MARSDEN
General Repair and Machine Work
THf FAIRMONT NEEDS YOUR CREAM
We pay 37c per lb. Butter Fat
P. 0. B. Ontario Station
CASH not Trade
Cream must be of good quality. Test not less
than 3D per cent. v
THE FAIRMONT CREAMERY DO. JAMrg0'
RELIEVED F WORRY
wlien you place your valuables In our Safe
Deposit Vault the strong-hold which gives
protection from fire and fheft.
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent $2.50 and up
P QNTSjiofcioNAi Bank
i i Qfov
Where Stockmen Moot .
Next Ontario National Bank
The "Homey" Hotel of Malheur
County. Good Meals 40o
DR. J. A. MC FALL
Eye Glasses and Spectacles
Distinction In Clothing And
Millinery Is the Mark of Those
THE STYLE SHOP
MORR'S MILLINERY &
Palmyro Waists Women's Suits
And Sport Clothes
Nell O. Bedford, Prop.
The Only Exclusive Millinery Store
This Side of Salt Lake
MRS BLANCHE C. ANDERSON
Hemstitching 10c per yard
Phone 42-W P. O. Dox 516
Ernest Barcus, Prop,
Al) Kinds df Breads, Cakes
More than a thousand Articles
for the home
ONTARIO FURNITURE CO.
Undertakers 8t Embalmera
MO DOWELL FURNITURE CO.
There Are Always Bargains
At Our Store
New and Second Hand Furniture
Across trora.Boyer Bros, Store
I UHJ. W. WAYT
Farm Machinery and Equipment
I John Deere Line Moliae Tractors
Good Eats at Reasonable Prices
OARAGES AM) AUTO HUPPJTJKH
SERVICE TIRE & HATTERY CO.
Auto Tiro Battery
THE CASH OROCERY
"Pood Things to Eat"
THE INDEPENDENT MARKET
Phones 6 and 135
If Its Oood To Eat Wo, Have It
If It's. Farm Produce We Buy It
ONTARIO MEAT & OROCERY CO.
The Home of Oood Eats and
Phones 3 and 131
Every Day a Bargain Day
., Dependable Merchandise
rot the Cheapest. But the Best"
One of 40 Stores
Will Save You Real Money
E. A. FRASER
Hardware and Groceries
BLAOKABY JEWELRY STORE
"Olfts that Last"
Our Motte: Honesty First
ONTARIO REAL ESTATE CO.
! arm I-unds City Property
Insurance & Rental
Department Store I