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Don't forget That We Do all kinds of Printing at the Argus Office. Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. VOLUME XIII ONTARIO, OUKOON, FRIDAY. SKIT KM lKU 10, l()!. MMin.i: 37 he m -V A, jfFr fc Rtaimur Project I, " , JL. Local News. And the girls won hy vote. J one Wilson-Puffy Drug Co All kinds of drugs. Ladies, Scurfs in nil new lines; let us show you the styles. M. M. Co. J, S. Jones and Tom Jones will leave tomorrow for n six weeks' visit to Hendt , Ky. Mrs. A, A. llrown and family will movj'to Boise this week where the children will attend school. Artistic solos by artistic solo ists are feature of Kiler's King of the Cattle Rtnf. Hand con cert noon and night. County Judge Lionel 1!. Wchster of Multnomah county was in the city Monday. He if att 'tiding circuit COtirl at Yule. Attorneys Hrookc, Mcdona gill, Snliss, Biggs, bees and District Attorney McCulloch are in Yale uttending circuit court. Arthur Moody and Clint Trow took their departure Tuesday evening for Colorado Springs, where they will attend college. Supreme Court Commissioner Will R. King was in tho city from Salem the ft rut of the week on his way to Yale to attend circuit court. Tom Turnhull, tho eltOttOJV heopman, and a director of the First National Bank of Ontario, wus a husiness visitor from Skull Springs during the week. Just opned a new line of Ladies' Neckwear; something snappy. M. M. Co. Mrs. II. C. Wbtlworlh has arrived home from her visit to relatives iu Spokane and Seattle, where she attended the f.iir Mr. Wliilworlh is still in Seattle Tom Turnhull took posses-ion of the R. D. tJreer ranch on the Owyhee the first of the week, and Mr. (ireer returned In mc yesterday. The price paid was 12,500. Blue I'rinU oi any Township in the Burns Land Dishiot, showing names of enttymen, kinds of entry, dates, etc., and topography. Frloo $1 00. J. C. Turtiey, Burns, Oregon. Ladies' Belts; this is some thing you sliould see. M. M Co. Services at the M. K. church next Sunday hy the astor, Lev Miller, as follows: Preaching ul 11 :110 a. ' "nd 8 p. in. Sunday school at 10:30 a. in; prayer meeting every Friday evening. You are cordially invited to attend these services. .Iul;',e Davis of the ninth judicial district convened the Septeiuher term of circuit court for Malheur I mnty at 'a!i ; the dor kc I is very light and it is thought the session will Hot last longer than the nVOOOttl week. IJealth is too, precious to be tampered with Of incompetent vendors of drugs. Try the Wilson Duffy Diug Co, for clean drugs, and expert service. Father Guillume, who owns a farm three miles southeast of Ontario, is iu the city looking after his interests and renewing a ((uaintances. He i low lo cated at D.iiiiai, Kausas. He informs the Argus that Albert Piiuio't. formerly of Ontario is now postmaster at Da mar and also conducts a drug store and is prospering and desires to be r meinbered to his Ontario friends. While on his way to Ontario the reverend gentlemuu slopped at Grand Junction, (oo.aud says Igjpr0f04 'H"d i Helling there ut rom $$U to 4U0H per acre und the soil is not lo.be compared with that of Malheur county. Local News. Wilson-Duffy Co. for all kinds of drugs. Rend F. W. Allen's new ndv. in this issue. Born Near Ontario, Sept. f, 1 000, to tho wife of Ernest Millij'iin. n hoy. School will open next Mon day ami n largo nttendnnce is expected on opening day. R. W. Clement and wife have arrived homo from Seattle and a visit to rd..tivcs at Waterville, Wash. Attorney Soliss returned Wednesday from Challis, Idaho, wnere ne speni a wcck oh .eg"'. i liusiiiess. We have denned all our over stock out except hats. Now is the time to get a hat; look at our special;'. M. M. Co. Sheriff Boh Odell was in tlie city the first of the week on oflicial husiness and jut to get acquainted with his family. John Wood arrived from Riverside on Monday on a husiness trip. The lime is now rolling on when Johnny will arrive to remain all winter. A chapter under dispensation of the Roy al Arch Masons was installed in Ontario hist Sator day hy K K. Kiddle of I -lend City, grand high priest of Ore- K'' The M. M. Co. is laying a concrete sidewalk on tho south side of their store building on Main sheet. Manager Fraser's hobby is good roads and good I sidewalks. See Oil' nw n Silks Hll-inch wnb; every yard guurantod, all sha MJ the best showing silks iu town. M. M. Co. Harry Mosgrove, formerly express agent here, and now holding a similar position at Montpclicr, Idaho, was in the city during the week renewing acquaintances Mr:, K. Willis and Miss Id.. Willis, mother and sister of Mrs. til Butler are visiting iu the tity. The voting lady holds the position of national bank exam iner of the state of Kansas. I i auk 0. Brown, chief deputy lish warden, was in the city .Iiiiuil- the week. His visit here wus to make a report re garding the racks at the fish hatchery to Fish Waidcn .. -Allester. Postmaster Sproul the lirst of tho week purchased from A M Lackey the residence adjoining the K. H. Test dwelling on Main sheet, and has moved tin rin. You just can't keep Al off ot Main street. With the exception of the clotting of the postollice and the bank, there was no observance of Labor Day on Monday in Ontario, BueittOOl generally went on as usual and every person was at his po-i qf duty. If you have been on the wrong Mile of the wheat muikcl the past few weeks mid omse ijueiitly huvti not been able to see things in your usual way, attend tho King of the Cattle Ring show Sept. Hi. The three 'great comedians, Pat Dunn, Hop bee and Rastus, in their SBC ial ties, will supply enough hilari ous fun lo dispel any case of blues. Croy & DeBas of the Pastime billiard and pool rooms, one of the finest in the northwest, in vites your patronage. The linn also carries cigars, tobacco, tine confectionery, etc., The fruit ami i oniei iiuiiei v stui e is separ ate from the billiard room, and the ladies of Ontario are es pecially invited to make their purchases ut the Pastime, just south of Beyer Bros, ik Co. unfavorable talk by warden McAllister Superintendent Tope of the Ontario Fish Hatchery tele graphed Fish Warden McAllis I' i Fluting that on account of tho rise of Snake river three feet iu one day about 100 feet of the lish racks had hcen carried nwny, nnd requested instructions what to do. A dis patch dated Astoria says Mr. McAllister will rebuild these m-Ich nml put in new ones a) Swan Kails, having already re New Union Stock Yards The new Cnion Stock Yards at Portland will he opened for business on September 15. The opening of the Portland Cnion Stock Yards is an epoch in the live-stock industry of the Pacific Northwest. The creation of a place of barter and sale where there is every day in the year I an active demand for all of the live slock offered, means mm h to the farmers and ranchers of this section of the Cnitcd States. The nearest market of the class is at Denver. Live stock sells every business day in tho year and the cash that is paid out to the tanners and ranchers filters through every channel of the country's commerce. There is no better to K,.t grnill lo lnulk((l ,, get a good price for it than in the hide of u meat animal a method of minkcliiig that has made the farmers of the mobile stall's rich ami now that there will be a ileum m I for the an i in a Is the farmers and stockmen of this section will doubtless raise ami properly feed enough live stock to meet the rapidly in creasing demand. The Portland Cnion Stock Yards are as complete and as modern us expeiieme ami money can make theio. 'I DC) are coininodiou", have sheds for sheep and hogs, the limits an of cement uud the water ami NWt systems are perfect. Pheasants Thriving. Last year Mayor Pogue re eeivtd a lotting of Chinese pheasant eggs from Corvallis. 'be eggs were batched and us soon as the young birds were old enough to care for tbun- mIms wen- turned loeeo on the Morton island on Snuke liver, about two miles southeast of town. Satuiday Dr. Pogue (Otind one of the pheasant hem on the island with a brood ol I six young ones and (Cell gicatly encouraged that the game bird will now be propagated here. Tho Outario Qun Club nil! pay a reward of 9f for the arrc-l and conviction ol any one kill ing or molesting the phoSOMtl on Morton island or aiacwhcro in the county. -- Wm. Hanley Fined William Hanley, convicted in the United States court of hav ing maintain d an illegal fence on government land iu Harney county, was denied u in w trial by Judge Wolverton. Mr. Huuley was fined $500 and costs, which amounts in ull to about $4000 Tho cu.se will be tukeii to the United Stutes court of uppeuls. Kiler's King of the Cattle Ring Company carries a crack baud, u concert orcbeblru and p resent one of tho most enter turning uud instructive tlrumus ever Written. ceived permission from the Idnho ollicials to do so. He feared tho racks would ugnin he carried away nnd says that in another year he will abandon the Ontario hatchery altogether. This is n matter the Com mercial Club should take in hand at once with the stale fish commission, as Ontario does not care to lose the distinction of having the largest fish hatch cry in tho world located here. Circuit Court Docket Neil Moorehend vs. Susan II. Lackey. A. W. Turner vs. C. H. Ox man, et al. L K. Davis vs. Oscar l.ogan. II If. I Meisncr Bank vs Lockelt. R. w. A. leutcii Lumber Co. K. W. Metcalf vs. vs. Schieibor. John Boherc vs. C Cameron. L. Mc narry i rraiicis vs. Ida . '''rn"r'"- J J. R. Sears vs. T. W. IIalliday.( Alverda llawoill, vs. James W- ll'.worlh. Boise State Bank, Limited, vs. W. (J. Craig. L. Belle Lees vs. O. Slorl et al. . . t ' Slate of Oregon, ex rel vs. R T. Claypool. Aiiniih Pipes vs. O. T. Pipe. 0 0 Thomas vs. John 1 1 Dollie 8. Co vs. JcroiHe It. Cox. Slate of Oregon ex rel vs. The Paulic Live Stock Co. Klta Myers vs. Wallet Myers. Crank Cannon vs. Kliahcth Cannon. State vs. J. M. Dinw'iihlie. State vs. (i. W. Douglass. Stat.- vs b. it. Prick. I'uiiel Jurors Th' panel jury drawn serve for the Senteinbi r term1,.,, ;; n ., , , Of circuit rooii f.db.ws: Ontario C c Payne, J ll Kuilev. N A ' O... ttf ' ' Downs, Frank Kudcr, II I. Poor man, Con liviin. VeS P Stacy, Thus W Clagott, Qeo W. MeKnlght, K M Vines, (i II Kicker, UeorgO Niwinau. I Nyssa c 0 Hunt, J Ih.jdell, Nicbolae I. tuck. 1. 1. -well L J J miller. Big Bend A K Pillsbury. Owyhee K K Pratt. Ironside Walter Duncan, Kr neat Looey. Malheur L W Brovell. Snake River K J Putch. Iiockville .1 A Dillon. Jujihiru M A Wuodruft Caviness w l OavinoM. Skull Springs C Anderson, Watson I. K Palmer. ArcadiaIt B Tlioiupaoil. Jordan uUoy-K. L Monger. Phene Venator Indicted United States Attorney Mc- Court baa filed a oriminal com- plaint iu the Kederal Court charging Allelic uud Iru Venator with muinluining an unlawful incloaore of about 10,400 acres of public html. The land is to taled iu Uarnev county and the character of the fencing is suid to be such us to exclude ull cuttle, except those nastuied wiu.in i..e luciosure, ,rom going upon me graaiug taiiu so m- closet l'. I. nii'es sneuk in hiihest terms of the performunco of King of the Cattle liing us pre - sonled by Mi liiler's eoiunuuy.l Local News. Th ic r.leclric Maze is onen every night. Drop in and spend pleasant hour. The moving pictures are both amusing ami instructive. J. S. Millikin is now in (barge of he Ontario opera house, and pin ties desiring to Icaso the same can secure dates and pi ices by consulting him. Pint, fresh milk cow for sale by B. W. Gove, on the Ar cadia Boulevard, just south of the Boulevard school house. Any physician that knows the Wilson-DiilTv Drug Co., will not hesitate to trust his patient's medicine to us for preparation. Married At Baker City, John Shanneii of .lunturii, Malheur county, to Cathrine Mccgiin. Kvcr.v,,0,I.v ' this district is acquainted with John Shannon nr.d everybody is his best friend, and all extend best wishes, and With the happy couple boa voyage on th.) matrimonial sea. Lincoln County High School For information In regard to ImHrt'k101' ('",,h,v High School, 1 stenographe, typewriting, vocal und iushuiMcnial music, manual Alfred training, nut of furnished cot- iagcs.coM i,i living, address I'mf Wilbur, Newport, Or. Dr. J. I'Miiiiii' will i. Mut tomorrow for Omaha lo attend the grand session of tho Km- u-rnal Order of Kaglcs, being a delegate from Ontario aerie. He expects to be absent about lwo W(.,.kh lH ., wjl, vjjl ili(i eastern points before returning home. D. B. Tultle has opened a second-hand store, two doors north of the Aigm office am! will buy and sell all kinds ol your patronage and guaranties his patrons a square deal. County Judge Richardson and Commieelonero hfoUotl ami Boot! wen- in Onlur'o Saturday to inspei t (!, new Snake river bridge. Two of the four con orcto piers have been put in, also the approach from the Oregon side and the skeleton work extends to the middle .,t '"the stream. The iudec and .--,. , . f,i,- hi-ii MI'USl'll w ill, the way wo.k is progn-s Ing and the lubatantial manner : ii .... i" which mi' nilili'e is con-, Klructed One of the strongest features with I he Iv ii, ir .a 1 1,.. I '..ii I.. I ,..,. show la the mala quartette, th. famous Calrneo Brothers. J,u, bititheis w Mb naturallv beaut - '"' ","1 highly cultivated roicei U I ,hse reiiirloiie includes the best iu popular and chi--i. music. We are pleased to announce that we have been so fiirtunatc as to secure the assistance of . I I 11 1 :.. i i . . oii in me e.itinital a:ut j mechanical depailments of the Nugget. Having hud years of experience In this western country in editing and publish- i ing a good, newsy paper, Mr. Boyd is ,.,..,. tlv at home , thl, W((( k ,,,, lll()1,)llt,llv Ponall matters 0I Inter let, Silver City Nugget. M. N lily 000 OWM the Nugget "",1 l,(" "'", N,r- ,,'.,1 l l""e OttdUClod mil estate "l'u'-v '"'"' a" '"'''nee of ! oW pat10l again joining ,,u,,(l- FOR SALF. Seven Kentucky-bred JcS, sUmluig fl to Hi bauds high; jmoog the largest and best ever Hhi,,ped to this country. BUYbigh order t orgaulet show NOW, so that your pur. base twill become ucnuuintcd uud to 1 eii-lomi .I to his home uud uc- eliiiiuted for next spring service. ! K. D. Hi (OMAN, Ontario, Oregon. Local News. Krnest Bush and wife of Westfall are spending a few days in Ontario. Hoise voted "wet" bv n dc ciiled majority at the election held Wednesday. J. M. Brown is in the city from his Crane creek, Harney county farm, mingling with bis friends. Leo Napton is in the city re newing acquaintanooa, lie is now engaged in the mercantile hn-inosB nt Jerome, Ida. Siblmth school at Cairo school house next Sabbath afternoon nt 8 o'clock, followed l a sermon from l!cv. (. W. Morrison. Topics for the sermons nt the Cnitcd Presbyterian Hall next Sabbath: Morning, "Thy Will Be Done;" evening, "The Pil. grim'i Cross.." The show at the opera house Wednesday night no use tell, ing. The only redeeming feature being the tights worn by tho "dizzies. Walter Orifliths nnd wife were in the city yesterday from Caldwell, nnd everybody wns oongratniating Mr, Orifhths ami his bounie bride. Williams 4l Hover, proprietors of the KUctric Maze, desire to inform the public that in the future a change of program nightly will he given at their popular little theatre. Word was received in Ontario last evening that Muse Dart, an old pioneer of this county, had expired at Westfall. Dr. Pogue was summoned to hold a I o-t-inortem examination. A preliminary sketch of the proposed Cnitcd Presbyterian church building has hen re ceived from the architect, and those interested are invited to ask Roe, 0 W. Morrison to show them the same. Win. Hanley arrived from Portland on Wednesday. Bill says he will appeal his fencing case to the O. S supreme court and will still have lo be shown whether or not he is guilty ol fencing government laud Don't forg.t the school el.-.- tion on s.-pt. 18 al I n. m. lo . .. . , .. vne on me Pi o posiunn oi in establisbiiii nt of a high school in Ontario. And don't forget to ote s. Let us have a Inch school iu Ontario bv all means. I.O. Bow ker bus pun based the cay Moot Market from o. K. Blair, the reason for Mr. Blair retiring being 01 account of ill health. Mr. Bowker beotoourod the services ot I.. J. lib ka id and l.es needs no Introduction in this line. See ad in this lasUC. Notice A good position can be I . ! by ambitious young im 11 Ml l holies in the held of "W'ii ami liailroad tebgiaphy Sunt the 8hOUI law beealue i II. illv e, and itnea the Wirall - t'lu palties are Bfltab)isliiii ktatif 111 throughout the couutry liters is a great short .ge ol ti legrupht is. 1'osihons pay beginner-, troin 70 to W per month, with good 1 hanee for ud valiceinenl. The National Telegraph Institute ot I'ortland, Ore, UUOralOl lU ollit ial iuktiltttCi in America, under lunervialou ol K- R. and Wll h-s Official! and phots all graduates into noaitioua. It will pay you to write Ihoui for full details. It takes tact and ability of that will lie well balanced tu all tleparhueiits, i.: a good band and on liestra, gootl ipeciulties uud ifu dramatic show a drama itrongeuough to win recognition without the other (eaturea. Mr. Cib 1 uoasessei lUis ability. FLAVORING EXTRACTS Wo make these by the gallon and sell them hv Ihe ounce. Vanilla Extract! 1 6c the ounce. Lemon BxtMCtl 10 the ounce. These extracts ,,. sup,.,, ior lo those Usually toll and we guarantee them I,, conform to the Pure food and Drug Act. Geo, Candland. UUDIM ihu;;ist Ontario, Oregon PHARMACY Is our main intoreat, and 071 1I0 not go into OQtaido linos. Rene oTo are aide to five you a Sno itook " DRUGS AND SKILLED SERVICE. Loading Prescript jonists Of the County. Wilson-My Drug Co. GUT GLASS We now have a vi y choice stock ol Col 'hiss. M I are also ihoving sih'it line of oolonial and corintbian brass and aeayriau bronae. We guarant t yon Mtieraetion ill all dealings A complete line of Strings, Shift Music and Instruments. Guuranteod Wutuh Rfpairinp; Harry B Grauel Ihe Jewelry and Mueioal House oi Ontario, Oregon. St Francis' Academy. Bukur City, Oregon. uodidiihi and ii.iv School for Girls. j - audi r 1 ' N. an .if HL'' ll.llllll I I'll 'I be couree ol siudit 1 em bract the eighth grades ol com moil atudies bra 1 d tn the state coins,. o itudiee, the A. adeiulo eourae i 1 . 4 1 years and the Commercial com The inusie ami painting department- oiler splendid advan tages. Simile- H ill I,,. , s, imed S pt. 7, 1000. I'or furthil parhcu. lara call at the Academy or ad- drOM the BOITUN 8' I'l-.niuu. AU l1"' Mwu oil the lime if the motto ol the Argue, ami tho price is only 1 the c.u. . I JaT.-TTH .i auasa.