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THE.ONTAKIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 87. 192J.
ONTARIO HIGH SCHOOL
WEEKLY NEWS BUDGET
Written and Edited by the News Writing Class of
The English Department
Tho Juniors report progress on
tho piny, "Lots All Got Married'
which they plan to present soon.
Tho cast Is working very hard and
wo predict that It will ho a great
On Thursday and Krlday of lust
wook tho Assombly period was used
by tho studonts to practice somo
now yolls to ho given at tho foot
hall gamo Saturday.
Tho Sophomoro and Fretlinian
English classes have subscribed for
tho Lltorary Dlgost which they will
uso as a text hook for oral English,
Friday evening a big rally was
hold on tho High School campus to
croato Bomo onthutlasra for tho
football game with Dolso. A big
bonflro was built nnd yells given,
nftar wfllch tho studonts formed a
sorpontlno and hiarched down town.
Captain Floot, tho hoad of tho
Uolso R. O. T. a, camo down Satur
day with tho football toam. After
hoarlng tho 0. H. S. It. O. T. 0.
hand play, ho said that our organl
gallon was far superior to that of
Tho first year cooking clae lj
planning to sorva a series or lunch
eons at which tho membors of the
faculty will bo guests. Tho first
ono will ho on Wednesday at noon,
to which Miss Gaboon nnd Miss
Conway haro boon Invited.
Tho night classes In shorthand
and typewriting moot on Monday,
Wednosday and Friday. Thorn arn
ton enrolled for typewriting and flvo
for shorthand nnd moro nro expect
ed. Tho shorthand class moots nt
Bovcn o'clock and tho typowrltlng nt.
Tho dishes and sllvorwaro for tho
Household Arts practlco houso havo
arrlvod, and tho girls aro now milk
ing tho tahlo linen.
Dlcjc Adam spralnod his nnkla
badly lnfootball practlco Thursday
ovenlng and was unablo to play in
tho gamo Saturday against Uolso.
Homor Maddux1 acted ns captain in
Tho mombors of tho Sigma Club
hold their annual Initiation party
nt tho homo of Uln Qramso Frldny
ovenlng, October 21. Thoso Initiated
wore: Loulso Wood, Merle Fnhy,
Daisy Sccoy, Itolon Dunstono and
Jonnlo Doors. Following tho Initia
tion delicious refreshments wore
sorved. A good tlmo was onjoyed
Tho following Ontario High
School Cndot Officers wcro nppolnt
od on Monday, .October 24 to servo
tho renmlndor of tho school year:
Major, James Purccll, Adjutant, Don
Poormnn. Tho officers for Com
pany "A" are: Hugh Dlggs, Captain,
Frank Clomcnt, First Lt., Wondall
Thayor 2nd. Lt., Homor Maddux 1st.
Snrgont nnd Eldon Fortlor, J.oft
Tho Corpornls for Company "A;'
nre: 1'nul l'otcrson, Montlo Duntor
Frank Van 1'ottcn, Dwlght Sanford,
Thomns Amldon nnd Donald 1'arkor.
Tho offlcors for Company "II"
nre: Dick Adam, Captain, Ilohort
Llnxy, 1st Lt., William Loos, 2nd Lt.
wu weaver, 1st Sargont,, Willis
Halo, Night Ouldo nnd James Mc
Crolght, Left Ouldo.
Tho Corporals for Company "H"
are: .Leonard Zimmerman, Honry
Johnson, Ouy Socoy, Ilalph Drnno,
Frank Scott nnd Culver Marshall.
On Friday Octobor 21 tho olghth
grndo foot ball toam plnyod tho
Nyssa olghth grndo team In Ontario,
Tho scoro was 30 to 0 in favor e:
Tho agriculture class had a lesion
In stock Judging at tho C. E. Socoy
ranch on Tuosdny morning, Tho
latter part of tho wook thoy will
visit tho Iluttorflold ranch near
ml ONTARIO AssW
iml ontGONj Emm
FIRST SHOWING THIS-WEEK OF
THE FAMOUS PRINCESS PAT
DRESSES -Nationally Advertised
Be sure to see this showing
Mi L aAMkfjlBMJi?
ONTARIO HAN GETS TITLE
TO LANDJFTER 20 YEARS
J. 1). Rllllngfllpy Wins Patent To
Hit) Inn In Barren Volley Busnl
On Script Dough Knini
Illdo In 11)00
ORIGINAL ESTIMATE AND ACCOUNTING SHEET
Mnllirur DrnlmiKn District
..i. 7 . ?l'lnn' Mtlmuto Is modo In compllanco with tho provisions of
Lnnptor 118, aonornl Uws of tho Stato of Oregon, and shows In parallel
columns tho unit costs of tho sovornl services and (totalled oxpondlturcs
for tho last ono of tho throo preceding fiscal years nnd for six months
miu Lurrum year, ino years ivib ana ii nro not shown ns con
Mructlon of tho system was In progress during thoso years.
Socretnry-troasuror . ...... 180.00 $ 00.00
Supervisors Salaries ......:........... 108.00 00.00
Stamps, Tolophono Tolls, etc. nnd
Legal Advlco ,,....... S0.00
Material and Supplies 101. 3G
Int. on Ilondod Indebtedness ..-.. 0420.00 4800.00'
Int. on Warrant and IJI ...M....... . 108.00
Malnteuanco nnl Repairs.................... 712.00 033.77
110420.00 $6162.22 13703.31
I, Thomas W. Claggott, do horohy certify that tho nhovo cstlmnto of
expenditures for tho yoar 1022, and the expenditures for six months or
tho currout year, nnd for tho year 1020, havo hcon compllod from tho re
cords of Malheur Drnlnngo District nnd nro truo nnd corroct copies
tli i' roof.
THOMAS W. CLAOETT,
Oct. 27 Nov. 3.
An echo of tho famous Hydo Land
fraud cases which proved ono tr tho
sonsatlons of tho Itoosevett admlnts-
irauon in 1007, was heard this wook
whon after litigation covorlng 21
years J. D. Dllllngsloy received n
government pntont on n section of
land In Ilarron valley. Tho land Is
located In soctlons 2, 3, 10 nnd 11
In township 28 8 Itnngo 38 E. W.
Mr. Dllllngsloy based his clnlm to
tho land by ronsnn of tho purchnso
or script rrom K. A. Hydo ft Co.
who had secured this land through
tho uso of llou land selections, fol
lowing tho formation of a govern
ment rosorvo In a section of Cnll-
rornia withdrawing tho original
lands from entry.
Aftor Mr. Dllllngsloy claimed own
orshlp of tho Darron valley lands,
tho government contested on tho
grounds that Hydo mada tho selec
tion on tho basis of dummy entry
men. Tho first hearing hold nt
Vale resulted In n divided verdict,
Register Thomas Jonos deciding for
Illlllngsloy and Itocolvor FeTttlnv
against him. Tho ensn then Wont,
to San Francisco whom tlm num.
mlsslonor doclded against tho claim
ant. This was appealed to tho Sec
rotary of tho Interior nnd with 05
nthnr cases growing out of tho Hydo
scnnuoi woro rororod to a special
matter at San Francisco In 1010,
W. II. Ilrooko appearing for ' Mr,
Dllllngslny. This tlmo tho cummin.
slouor was rovorsed nnd patent
granted. It has taken two vnnrs
howovor slnre tho last trial to so-
euro tho Instrument.
WEISER HIGH COMES
TO PLAY ON SATURDAY
Another Ilrllllnnt Content on Grid
Iron IKki.'d Forward Ti Entire
ly New Dark Meld To llo
Seen In Action
Luck of tho hardost Kind hit tho
untarlo High football team this
wook and caused Coach John T.
Hughes to dovolopo nn entirely
now back Hold.
Lou Weaver who aftor two weeks
practlco was Just getting Into con
dition, turned In his suit, Monday
and quit tho toam. Ho gavo as his
reason tho bollof thnt ho had in
jured his side whoro ho was hurt
two years ago. HUgh Dlggs was In
jured iu tho Dolso gamo and had to
Icavo and Sullivan has boon shlftod
to iiunrtor whllo Shea now works at
end, thus an almost now hnck field
Is being workod Into condition.
All this has been going on with
tho Wolsor High coming hero Satur
day for a championship gamo, and
Wolsor and Ontario always demon
strate tho fighting ability of tholr
teams. Early In tho season Welser
hold Dolso to an 8 to 6 scoro and
slitco thon has boon going strong
under tho direction of Conch Albert
DOO HOUND UP WILL
ItOlHi: 1 1 Km WINS ON
LOCAL GROUNDS VJt TO O
(Continued From Pneo Ono)
Tho following was tho lino up
I o r
I t r
I B r
r k I
r fi I
NEW DOAltD OF DIRECTORS
SELECTED IIV COM. CLl'D
J. E. Tliompson
W. W Letson
Jack Van Huron
I Curt Inglo
(Continued From- Page Ono) May Totcr
W, F, Homan, II. C. Doyor, P. J. o. It. Huffman
Onllughor and J. A. Lakncss. This John Noob
commlttoo brought In tho following' Ties smith
seven names: it. w. jonos, uoorgo e. P. Hhlpln
K. Alkon, E. C. Van Pettou, Harry! L. Adam
D. Cockrum, D. W. Powers, E. M.
Orelg and T. II. Mooro, thus com
pleting tho board of dlroctors. Tho
directors oloctod will meet soon to
choso tho officers for tho coming
NOTICE OF MEETING OF MALHEUlt DRAINAGE DIHT1UCT
Notlco Is Heroby 0 Won to tho Land-owners and legal votors of Mal
eour Drainage District that u meeting of tho Lovylug Hoard with tho tax
payers of Malheur Dralnngo District will bo hold nt thu City Hull In
Ontario, on Baturdny, November 10th, at 2 P. M. for tho purpose of dis
cussing tho Dudgot hereinafter sot .out.
Tho total amount of money needed by Malheur Dralnngo District
during tho fiscal year beginning January 1st, 1022, and ending December
;ilnt, loss is estimated, In tho following budget to be:
Number Balnry for year Total
Weaver . I h p
Rlll.tltlf jltna niinlini.i .. n.il....-!
Shea for Dlggs, Thayer for WeaVe:
Summary: touchdown, Cameron',' F,
Lansdon; Iteforee, L. I. Culbertsbn,
Mornlngslde: Umplro, Otto lllacl;
nby ,0. A. C.j Tlmekeopers, J. M.
McDonald, U. of M. Jack Hays.
lulurvst on Bonded IndobtoduoaH...
Mnluli'iiiiiicc nnd Repairs:
Of uud lo thu system ua now constructed
Thomns W. Clagett,
Oct. 37 Nov. 3.
a lt. EMISON,
A mooting will ho held In the.
High School Building on Monday
ovonlng, Ortohor 31st at 7:30 p, to.
to discuss the reorganisation of the
Ontario unit of tho Parent-Teachors
Association for tho present school
year. Parents and teachers from
both East Sldo and West Side of
town aro urgod to he presont and tJ
stato their opinions as to whether
Ontario wants a Parent-Teachors
organitatlon. A new chairman, will
be elected at this meeting. Every
parent should bo present.
J. M. McDonald, Vlco-Chalrman.
ONTAHIO (llltLH CLUH
ENJOYS IIALIjOWEEN PAUTY
At tho homo of Mrs. Jos 8taplos,
Tuesday ovonlng tho mombors of tho
girls club woro entertnlnod In a
vory uniquo and amusing manner.
Ohosts, dead mon, mummies and
relics' from ' Blue Heard's, .chamber!
woro all present to greet the guests,
A hilarious ovonlng was spont by
all. Tho next meeting will bo hold
nexi 'luesuay uvenmg, novomppr i
at 'the ttbmo 'of Mr.' 0. a. Luohrs.
Cars will be waiting at tho Library
at 7:30 to take tho mombtrs out,
and everyono is requested to he
thero promptly at tho appointed
time. All girls Interested are cor
dially Invited to attend.
(Continued From Page Ono)
Ico or Constahlo of tho Product In
which said dog Is ownod or found
running nt largo.
Soc 0368 Tho County Clerk hnll
koep n record of tho Issuunco of
dog llcnnsos In n special hook kept
fof such purposo. Any ownor or
keeper of said dog or dogs who
shall fall or neglect to npply for,
or fall to pay said llconso foe dur
ing tho month of Jnnunry In oncu.
yoar, or witnin thirty days nftnr hn
hocomon tho owner or keeper of
said dog or dogs, shall pay u flmi
of $10.00 for each offonso, which
fine shnlLbo collected with "out of
tho proceedings of a civil action In
tho namo of tho Stn6of
boforo a Justlco of tho Peaco.
Nogloct to apply for or pay said II
censo fco for n period of thirty das
arior sain nno snail iiocomo dim,
shnll bo another nnd sepnrnto of
fonso and will subject tho person
to pay an additional fine for ench
Tho following Is tho list of per
sons roildlng In Ontario, Oregon,
who havo taken outltcense.i n dogs
rar tno year or ipzi:
J. F. Dullor I. F. Smith
Chris. Druner It. W. Jonos
J. F. Ilnsmusson 8. E. Morgan
It. J. Hnrkolrodo Cecil Multan
A. J. Whltesldn F. Erllngton
O. M. Cnstloman
II. D. Cockrum
C. M. Tylor
C. A. Williams
M. I). Thomns
J. F. Joyco
M. D. Mclxjod
It. W. Athorton
A. L. Hunter
BUSINESS MEN AND
WOMEN GO TO SCHOOL
Students ItcglHlcrtil In Hhoiiluiiid
Ami Typewriting K. of ('. Will
Py l'ullloii of E-Hcrvlco
M o n
S. D. Dorman
D. W. Powers
II. P. Ho wo
Noll O. Bedford
Mrs. 10. C. Waterman
LOCAL PERSONALS P
Mrs. J, It. Rasmusson is enter
taining her mother, Mrs. Staloy of
Montpoller. Idaho, this wcok.
A. O. MeanB was a passenger
bound for Portland on No. 10 Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Homan In
augurated the Imperial Club's win
tor Boaaon at their homo Thursday
Mrs. W. W. Wood was tho hos
tess for the Wednesday bridge club.
At tho homo of Mr, nnd Mrs. P.
J. Oallagher, Tuesday ovonlng the
Carnation club opened Its winter
Mrs. O. O. Luohra. at her home
on tho hill west of town was tho
hostess for the Tuesday bridge club
The Monday bridge club met this
weok at the home of Mrs. ueorge
Born, at Holy Rosary hospital,
Wednosday, October 19, to Mr. and
Mrs. Wm, )Vestfall of Iropaldo, a
Miss Kutherlno Neob has accepted
a position as Stouographor for the
Mr.s I. O ,1'rout returnod Satur
day from Nampa, bringing with her
a nlno nnd ono hair pound girl,
which was born at tho homo of her
mother, in that city, Octobor 6th.
A. A. Dackus who has returned
to Ontario this week from Montana.
wuero no was In tho Oovornment
omploy during tho summer, gives
oui me inrorumtton that Ontario Is
tho most allvo and thriving town
anywhere along he Hue, On his
way back to Ontario Mr. Dackus
spent some tlmo In tho Wlltamltte
Valley, visiting in various towns.
Mr, ana Mrs. Joe LIngle outer
talnod at a Hallowoen dinner Wed
nesday ovonlng. Thoso prosont were
Miss Viola Dell llusted, Miss Zelda
McIIaloy, Marcus Pinny and Joy
Dwlght Plerca Is ablo to bo dawn
town a little this week but will be
obliged to walk with crutches for
nt least a month yet.
Miss Uoorgla Hull loft Monday for
aionns Ferry to meot her mother,
who Is coming out from tho East
for tho winter.
MAN THUOW.V TO PAVEMENT
LOSES ALL HIS UPPEH TEETH
A. M. Peacock, of Frultland, suf
fered painful bruises when his toaio
ran away during tho thunder storm,
Wednesday ovonlng, Mr. Peacock
was coming to Ontario with a load
of baggage for. his daughter, Mrs.
Robert Daldwln, of Everett Wash
ington, who was to leave for her
home. Down on the pavement near
the bridge the team became fright
ened at. the thunder and ran away,
running into the embankment at
tho side of tho road and throwing
Mr. Peacock and tho baggage fro;
the wagon. Mr. Peacock struck on
his head and shoulders and all of
his upper teeth were knocked out
and ho suffered from, brutses en
arms and logs. The baggage wafe
scattered along the road, and had
to be taken home and repacked. '
Mrs. Poacock who had been to
Ontario In the car and was going
home saw tho team coming and In
tho excitement of trying to get out
of the vray did not recognize her
HAY anOWEHS CONOHES8
This Is to notify you, writes Coun
ty Agont Broltlmupt In n lotter to
tho hay growers of tho county, thst
there "will bo a hay growers' Con
gress next Monday, October 31 nt
tho Boulevard Orange Hall at Cairo,
beginning at 10 A. M, A light lunch
will bo served at noon, after which
tbrt business of the day wilt be fin
ished. The marketing of this yr'4 hay
crop Is porhaps tho most Important
matter to ho taken up. The. pros
pective markets and manner in
which they may be reached should
be given attention, as well as the
probable selling price of hay. . Also
something of tho tuturo prospects
for tho hay business.
I have Invited the following per
sons to assist In tho discussions be
cause of the particular Information
they aro ablo to give;
L. A. Hunt. Manager of the Oro-
eon Hay Growers Associatien: II.
A. Llndgren. Specialist In Livestock,
and Livestock Feeding; N. C. Jamie-
son, who has made a study or tno
price dairymen can afford to pay for
Kood hay on the average: and Claud
Wakeland, who had charge of al
falfa weevil control work In Idaho
and Utah for several years, I am
arranging also for several local men
to be present to assist In tho dis
cussion of particular subjects.
This will bo a county-wlde affair
and some of tho hay growers from
adjoining counties in Idaho wtll be
present. It is Impossible for me to
send written notice to every farmer
la the county, therefore I am notify
ing the principal hay growers as I
have them on my list. I trust that
you will consider this your affair
and assist in if by making it Known
to all you meet.
Tfiurwlwy and Frlduy
'WHITE AND UNMARRIED"
WhII Ndw York Snores Comedy
ALL STAR CAST
Sunday nnd Monday
Harem Scarem Century Comedy
Harold Lloyd Comedy
ONTARIO'S LOCAL PICTURE
Wwlnesday and Thursday
James Oliver Curwood
Chester's Cat Qump Cartoon
Flftoon business men and women
nro now enrolled In tho classes In
typewriting nnd shorthand which
aro mooting on Monday, Wednes
day nnd Friday avenlngs nt tho
high sclipol, under tho direction of
tit-.. n..l. ft-..,.... .I. l.it. .... l...,l
Hrnmn I i1'111 i.urriu uuyiuy mu iukii bciiuui
yn hull i . . ,,,.. .,.l.liu
...oh. t.viif. ... MJiMuiiiii.1111 nimjvvin.
Thora is still room for four moro
In tho typowrltlng class und sever
al others cun bo accomodated In tho
shorthand class. Tho shorthand
class moots from sovoti to eight
o'clock nnd tho typowrltlng, cluvs
meets from olght to nlno. Each
studont pays a too of. 12. CO In nd
vnnco to cover thu cost of tho first
On Wednesday ovenlng, Novem
ber 2nd, at sovon thirty, a mooting
will bo hold at tho high school for
all thoso who aro Intorestod In tak
ing courses In either dressmaking,
mllluery or cooking. Classes will bu
organlzod at that tlmo In nny ono
of these courses, or all of them, If
enough poopto wnht thu courses lo
mako It worth whllo to offer ttinni.
Each class will meet once or twice
a wcok, depending on tho wishes of
Mwtuft sttt iriiin 'llin fit lt nl
'will dopond on tho silo of tho
In tho dressmaking class, the
problems studied mny bo selected by
thoso In tho class but niothoiU of
construction will bo omphasliod as
well as economy In tlmo. Short
cuts and correct principles, ndvano
od work and tailored finishes may
ho had by those desiring It. For
others who need confidence in sow
ing, tho making of almplo garments
...III .& l.lf.H .... UnA.I.I l..u.a.
I ntii uu Mftvn uy, n)ivvmi iiioiiuv
Hon In solt fitting will bo given.
The class In mllllnory will follow
that In dressmaking, or may be
given ono night a wook It enough
deslrn It to form a separate class.
A class In cooking mny be offer
ed .comprising a study In meal
planning, preparation of leftovers,
naiads, dosserts and one dish moals.
Tho Argus Is Informed thnt Snake
River Council Knights of Columbus
.will pay the tuition or any oxtierylco
limn who desires to tako any of tho
(.oursos otforod In tho night school.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS TO
INITIATE IjAUOE CMHH
"DOLLARS AND THE- WOMAN"
MARY MILES MINTER
"LAVENDER AND OLD LACE"
Comedy I mi,....!,
COMINO Not. 4 and 5, Zano OreyVi K
" Man of tho Forest" mk.
On Sunday, November 0, Snake
rlvor Council, Knights of Columbus
will hold Its rogular fall ceremonial
and Initiate a largo class. Candi
dates aro oxpected from various
points In the interior of Oregon as
well as from tho neighboring sec
tions of Idaho.
W. O. T. U, MEETS
Tuesday afternoon, October 2S,
tho W. C. T. U. met at tho homo
of Mrs. A. L. McDowell with a largo
numbor of members present. Tho
next mooting will bo at tho homo of
Mrs. Henrietta Marsden, Nov. 20th.
FOR SALE Small house In irood
condition, -close In, 18 by 24. Cun
be moved or land leased where lki
stands. Iuuulre Ontario National
On nd after NOVEMBER 1, 1921
The Globe Service Station
will do a strictly cash business. I will rut a cash
price on my goods that will save you money. Come
and let us show you our cash price on all standard
PA Y CASH AND PA Y LESS
Mrs, Frank Foster and children
of Emmett were In Ontario for a
few hours Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moultban of
Ironside are visiting Mr. Moulthan's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M, Moul-
than, this week. v t ?
Mm. PmiM rnnnvAr raturiuul
this next week,
, , t,..,p, , ,. . iU faway; jst?JOrd'.'.wra
Mrs, A. 8. Drown spont tho weeWTha'd been summoned by tho Illness
cud Iu Boise. ,f her wpthen '"'
buy or trade for. Let me know what vou hav
This is your chance, YOU with a big mortgage on
your farm. Said to meat once, or come and sec me
ay20Srnith5t Ontario, Ore. .
Have some gooo! dairy farms iiUhe WillamtteVallv
rd; r F 'Ar-VrWIESrtN. Phnn'otf w "
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