THE ONTARIO AHQTJS, ONTARIO, OBEQON, THURSDAY, .OCTOBER 27, 1921 - STATE CORN SHOW OFFERS SUBSTANTIAL CASH PREMIUMS Splendid Opportunity To Aihrrllic Corn HcmI anil Agricultural lOM9ll)llltl(S Tito Rocoml nnnunl Orogon Strtto Corn Show will bo hold In l'ortlnml lu connection with tho lntcrniitlonal Livestock Exposition this your, No vember C to IS. Good cnab prem iums nro offoroil for lioth ten nnd hundred enr exhibits of yellow or Whlto dent corn and for ten oar ex hibits of other kinds of dent corn mid for tun our oxhlblts of flint corn. Tho premiums range from J10. 00 for find on ton onr exhibit to $4.00 for third plac'o on tho snmo oIubs. First placo on one hundred onr oxhlblts brings J2S.00 and third placo $10.00. In nddltlou thoro Is a swoopstakos of $I!0.00 for tho best ten cars of nny varloty. Thin show will bo vlowed by tons of thousands of pooplo from nil ovor tho Northwost and tunny from east ern states. It offers Mrtlliour coun ty n rnro opportunity to plnco one of Its products on dlsplny In n way to attract widespread attention to tho agricultural possibilities of this section. That wo enn moro than hold our own with tho rest of the stnto when It comes to corn shows was domonstrnlod last yenr whon farmors of this county working with tho county agent carried off ovory prize offorod for Knstorn Oregon IrrlKnted corn except ono. Premium lists, entry blanks and shipping tnga may bo secured from county ngont Ilrelthnupt. All en tries must bo mndo boforo Novemlior 1 nnd tho corn shipped boforo that dnto. Tho corn may bo shipped, prepaid, direct to Wlnnlo Ilradon, Kxhlblt Agent, rncirio i.ivcaiock kx posltton, North 1'ortlnnd, OreKon, nnd entry blanks mnllod to tho snmu person at room 104, Oregon Illdg. or thoy may bo dellverod to tho county ngont nt Ontario, who will maUo tho entries nnd ship tho corn without oxponso to the exhibitor. Thoso In clmrgo of tho show nro looking for n still bettor exhibit from tills county thnn lnst yenr. It Ik up to tho corn growors to soo tlint thoy nro not disappointed, for in so doing thoy will not only cor tnlnly win soino ensh promlums nnd somo ribbons, but will bring to themselves many Inqulrlos for ncod corn. This was demonstrated last year as thoro wore moro Inquiries rocotved for seed corn than could bo flllod, pnrtlculnrly by tho farmers whoao corn won first places. OREGON CATTLE SHOW UP NEARLY TUBERCULAR FREE 'IVhU by College Hxleitslnii, Ktnto Vt'toi liiurliiiia mid IT, 8. Iluroaii, Proves 00 X'cr Cent Hound "Proclnlm Orogon a bovlno pnrn dlso about 00 por rout of tho mom thnn 10,000 cnttlo so far tested for tuborculosls nro freo of tho dread dlsonso." Snob Is tho preliminary word that goes out from tho stnto college ex tension sorvlrn which, In commotion with tho livestock men tho state livestock snnllnry bonrd nnd tho fed eral buronu nt unlmnl Industry. Ih currying on n campaign to clean up tho stnto nnd as fnr ns posslblo os tabllsh n stnto-wlde cattlo district for production of beef nod milk and for market of purobrwl slook tubor eulnr freo. Several tuberoulnr-freo nrona huve nlrondy been established reports R. 11. ritts, directing tho work In Ore gon ns tho roprosontntlvo of tho ox- A UCTIONEERS DICKENS & SI1ULTZ CALDWELL PHONE 455J CALL AT OUR EXPENSE YOU WILL LIKE US A home-made sweet tliat'a hard to beat, is English Walnut Candy Made with Carnntton The extra richness (t wico that of milk) of Carnation gives this candy a flavor that is irreslsiiDie. Learn how to make this walnut candy eatlly and quickly of a tcali of 100 recipes will send you free If you Also, if vou wish them, Mrs. Cooking S. - p ' TfW i, j;. x&l tension service. Tho Inrgust of fhese Is Clntsop county. Sorornl other counties nro engaged In- tho clean up on n county-wldo basis and can soon Ito deolarod dlsoaso-frco. In Polk county 1921 cattlo woro tested with 31 reactors. In Linn county 3008 tested with only 14 ro noting a romnrknblo showing, do clnros Professor FlttH. In Deschutes county 15 out of 257 rcaeted. Of tho first r.00 tested In Crook county not a ronctor vns found. This Is snld to bo a flna trlbuto to Oregon cnttlo rnlslng conditions. In tho eastern stales a mudh hlghor porcoutage aro diseased, In" ono stato as high as 17 por colli. At this rate Orogon would hnvo had 1700 diseased nut of tho 10,000 in stead of 100 nctuolly found. "Elimination of tho dlsoaso will hnvo nn Important bonding on tho futuro of tho cnttlo Industry In Orogon," Professor Kills tiBsortcd. EASTERN GROWERS PLAN TO BEAT WESTERN FRUIT Const Piunlnu, Hpni)lng nnd t'nrk Method To He followed To Itecaptuic l,urnt Market MId-wost nnd eastern orchardlsts nro iilnntiltig to follow tho pacific coast practices In growing nnd mnr ketlng their fruits lu nn nttompt to roenpturo their own mnrkots now largely held by tho fnr-west trndo. Thoy aro tolling themselves Hint If thoy prune to got better slzo nnd color In their fruit, spray to koop down Insects nnd dlxoasoR, pick fruit tcndorly to koop It freo of bruises, and then I"'t It up In at tractive box packs which nro hold In cold slorngo "with enough mots turo to provent shriveling," thoy cnu oust tho wostorn product bo cnuso of tho ndvnntngo thoy hnvo In trnnsportntlou charges. Tills nous noi menu uini mo const growors nro bound to lose tho mnrketH, thinks V. 8. Drown, chlof of horticulture nt O. A. C. Krperlmont Station. Suporlor cli matic conditions mnko forn cortnln ty of crop much nbovo that of tho eastern conditions, nnd also lend n high color nnd flno qunllty Hint nro truly distinctive Tho Industry Is n business In Itself horo, whllo In tho moro onstom districts It Is only u stdo-llno that wilt not get tho study and attention It recolvos here. Wostorn mon havo a big advan tage In tho cost of containers, Pro fossor llrown points out. Nonrnoss to box lumber mills onnblos tho wostorn grower to buy good boxos nt 12 to 10 cents, whorens tho onst om growors pnld as high ns fl.SO por barrel of three bushola cnpoclty Inst year. With u further reduction lu frolght rates by roll to onstorn points, and Increasing shipments through tho canal to Europoan mar kets tho Pacific coast growers may oxpoct to find outlets for their sur plus high grado fruits. No othor kind should bo sont. CAM) OK TIIANKH I wish to tlinnl; tho pooplo of Ontario, and especially tho mom bora of tho Mothodlst Church, for tho many attentions nnd klndnosses during tho lllnoss nnd donth of my beloved brothor, Adolph L. Hose in a n n. Emll Hasomann. Payette, Idaho. FOR HUNT Two bedrooms In prlvnto homo. 7tf. LOST IG.00 gold ploco, dated 1834. Wns In louthcr match box Tho ownor prison this ploco very highly mid offers n reword of J 10 to tho finder. Loavo nt Argus office mm Milk ordinary uencious on Page 27 which we k tVAPORATtOTW nu us. a set of Mary Blake's Lessons. Address -.A. Ulft. TimA.tttm SlOSo.VtliSrtt,l)olU fw4 - l.fintuhjii. from Your Grocir ADRIAN NEWS Poter Chrlstonson of Adrian has moved his household equipment to an island nbovo tho Adrian bridge, whoro ho will mnko preparation to raise garden truck noxt year. , B. V. Pratt, hotter known ns "Daddy Prntt" expects to bring his cnttlo down from Ironside to 'this vicinity nhout Novombor ninth whero ho will food them during tho winter. Word wns received Sunday night of tho sudden death of Prod Wilson In tho Cnldwell hospltnl. Acuto np pondlcltls wns tho cnuso of, death. Punornl sorvlco woro hold In Cnld woll nt throo o'clock, Wodnosdny, October 10. Among thoso who nt tondod from thia vicinity wore: Ills sister, Mrs. Lena, Plnkston, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. McOlnnls nnd boiib Wllllo, Donald nnd Vernon. Mnstor Johnny Olnscock will not bo npprehondod for tardiness In tho futuro becnuso of tho Bpeedy rnco horso which ho borrowed from Frank Doylo to rldo to school. Cecil Smith Is expected to begin In tho first yenr high school nt Klngmnu Kolony noxt Mondny, Oct. 23. Mnry nnd Olndya McOlnnls wcro guests nt tho Ous Schwolzer homo lnst weok. Mrs. W. Qruvor and her brothor, Dob Drlscol woro Parma visitors Wednesday. William Poutz. Lynn Kygnr nnd Cnrl Schwolzor nro plnnnlng n door limit nbovo Ulnty, Orogon. Thoy In tend to start Prlday evening mm wni visit nn old tlmo friend, Ooorgo Bmlth, formorly of Owyhco, boforo returning, homo. "Spud digging" Is In ordor on n mimbor of farms In this vicinity. About tho nvorngo ylold Is reported. Mr. Honumont Is busy putting up his IhlriPcrop of nlfalfa hay. Mr. Ovorstrcot Is also cutting his alfalfa scod. Tho unnor room of tho Kingman Kolony school has latoly dlvldod In to two divisions and win uoiu nn oratorical contest toon. T. T. Elliot nnd sons Hay nnd Lloyd, roturnod Wednesday from Cairo whoro thoy hnvo boon work ing In tho nnnlos. Miss Throlmn McCreary hns two now violin pupils, Miss Mildred do Uord nnd Miss Mnry McOlnnls. Tho K. K. II. S. Is anticipating n thriving orchostra ns n numbor' of students hnvo n talent in music. SAVE HONEY BY PROPER STORACE OF POTATO CROP TlioiisamlH of Dollars Iot. Knrli Year In Oregon llcenuio of Inck of Adequate Facilities Oregon Agrlculturnl Collego, Cor vnllls. Thousands of dollars are lent enrh venr In OroRon bocauso of careloss or Impropor methods 'of storing potatoos. It Is woll to plan early for n sultnblo storeroom for tho potnto crop. Uso of n collar Is suggested. It should bo mndo In a dry or woll drained plnco mid should bo built underground. Tho walls should bo brick, concrete or stono. Tho coll lug should bo plnstorod If n build ing Is nbovo it, to mnko a dead nlr spneo botwocn tho plaster nnd tiro floor. Aporturoa through which to empty tho potatoos should bo left nt Intervals In tho sides of tho wall. It Is well to hnvo a drlrowny thru tho contor with tho bins on oach sldo. Von Illation and tompornturo aro tho most Important considerations In building a storeroom. 36 to 40 dogrcos Is a good tompornturo. If posslblo nlr should bo load thru a deep underground draln-tllo Into tho collar. Its length should be suf ficient to warm tho air n llttlo In winter. Tho outside end of tho tile should bo covorod to provont tho on trnrtco of vermin. A ventilator on tho roof will romovo warm air. A rnluod board floor should bo in oach blnn with n ventilator running from It up through tho tuberra at jntorvnls. Hnvo doublo doors at tho entrnnro nnd tho shoots. Tho room should bo kopt dark. A roll ablo thermometer should always hang lu tho collar. If tho tomporn turo gets too low uso mi ordinary oil stovo. It la folly to havo pota toos freozo to savo a gallon of ker osene. IN 11ANKRUPTCY In tho District Court or the United HtntOH, Tor the District of Oregon In tho matter of Ooo.'W. Wnyt, Bankrupt. To tho crodltors of Ooo. W. Wnyt, of Ontario, In tho County of Mal heur mid district aferesaid: Not I co Is hereby glvon, that on tho 20th day of Octobor, A. D. 1921 tho said Ooo. W. Wayt was duly ad judicated n bankrupt; nnd thnt tho first mooting of his creditors will bo hold nt tho City Hall In Ontario, Oregon, on tho 5th day of Novom bor, A. D. 1921 at tho hour of 2 o'clock In tho attornoon. at which tlmo tho said creditors may attend, provo their claims, appoint a trus teo, oxamlno tho bankrupt, and transact such other business as may proporly como beforo said meet ing. Ontario, Oregon, October 22nd, 1921. . CLAY M. STEARNS, Rotereo In Dankruptcy. CAM) OP THANKS t Wo wish to thank tho ladles of Ontario, especially Mrs. Ida LIbty; Mrs. Hose. Mrs. Q. A-. l!'?uo ' ? others for tho lovely flowers con tributed for tho funeral of John Q. Xrifimn. Wa nlsa wish to thailk Carrie Hogdson for tho many klnd- nossos shown our orouier uuring nia last lllnoss. Ellzaboth Schlupo, B. W. Adams, Charles Adams, James T, Adams. LOCAL PERSONALS Mrs. Prnnk Morfltt and children of Molbn, Idaho, woro visiting Mrs. Morfltt's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Purcell this weok. Tho Congrcgntlonal Lndlcs Atd will meet at tho homo of Mrs, J. T. McNulty, Wodnosday, Novombor 2, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Escuo announce tho arrival of n nlno pound baby girl at thalr homo October 22. Clnudo Pronps of Portland, Oro gon was In Ontario Monday visit ing old friends. O. W. Lnttlg, I. I. Culbortson, L. E. Drown, nnd J. II. Simpson, tho Ilond Commltteo of Dead Ox Pint, woro In town Mondny mid called on Judge E. II. Test. J. Smith who has been In Diirna for tho pnst two wcoks returned to Ontario Monday. Mrs, Cnrl Jonsson, who rocontly tort Ontnrlo for calirorntn on ac count of her poor health sont tho Argus Instructions this weok, to hnvo her pnper sent thoro, ns b)io likes to hear, whnt tho pcoplo of Ontnrlo nro doing. Mrs. Jonsson Is lu much bottor honlth and' Ih vory much pleased with thof (California cllmato. J Mr. and Mrs. Miles IUloy of Dolso Idaho woro Sunday, visitors In On tnrlo. f ' ;' Dr. and Mrs. "Wni. Halo of Itotso Idaho .woro visiting 'In Ontnrlo Prl day mid Saturday with Dr. nnd Mrs. It. O. Moon. ' FAIRMONT CREAMERY Cream, Poultry & Eggs HIGH CASH PRICES PAID Don't forget' to get in line with us for y DIRECTORY OF ONTARIO'S BUSINESS FIRMS These Men and Firms will servo your very needs promptly. Call upon or write to any of those who are listed below when in need' of anything in their respective lines. They are reliable: llANICS PIHBT NATIONAL DANK Capitol and Burplus 1100,000 "A Qood Dank In A Qood Country" ONTAMO NATIONAL DANK Tho Oldoat Dank In Malbour County "Sorvlce that Sorvea" Capital nnd Surplus 1100.000, IIHUGS AND SUNDMBS ONTAMO PHAnMACY O. M. Castlomnn, Prop. Prescription Specialist Victor Phonographs Iloxall Homedlea Eastman Kodaks Morelaml Dairy Phono 203 M , THE SUOAH DOWL Wo Make Our Own Ice Cream M. W. KELLOO Specialist for Ilheumatlsm I euro where others fall. P. O, Dox 669 Ontario, Ore KLKOTIUO SUPPLIES ONTAMO ELECTRIC CO. 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