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Don't Forget That We Do all kinds of Printing at the Argus Office. ftgtt. BOOST For the Malheur Project. Representative Newspaper of Malheur County. ONTARIO, OREGON, FRIDAY. 8EPTKMBEU 24, 1909. VOLUME XIII M.MI'.I I; '' P m m I II I . - "- Local News. Wilson-Duffy Co. for nil kinds of drugs. Frank Howard has returned from his trip lo the Seattle fair. Horn In Caldwell, Idaho, t the wile of Klmer a Clark, a daughter. Owen Test and Otto Blackaby left Wednfsday to resume theii tudies at tho Corvallis Agricul tural College. H. T. Husted of the M. M. Co ., has returned from a business visit to the interior in the inter ests of the firm. Chet Lackey left for Valo on Monday to accept the nosition of .hookkeepcr at the Malheur Forwarding Co. J. II. Farley wan in Bakei City tho first of the week, look ing after matters connected wild his undertaking husiness in tl at city. Tho wasp wnisl is tho latest in feminine apparel and the boys will have to be careful whore they put their arms aflir this. Art King has purchased the Pipos property in tho southern part of tho city and his hachclor frimids are wondering what he i going to do with the same. Prof. Rliyner desires all who wih to enter a class to lean, the ruditnenU of musi vocal or instrumental, to meet at the operu house tomorrow at 1 p. m. Williams A Boyer, proprietor of n.e Klectrjo Maae, desire to inform the puhlio that in the fiitine a ehango of program Nightly will he given at tlnir popular little theutre. Mine Prints oi any Township in the Burns Land District, flowing names of nttymtn, kinds of ontry, dates, etc., and topography. li c 1.00. J 0, Tiirney, Burns, Oregon. All memhurt of the Ontario Encore Band are requested It hring the horns belonging to the city, and also the uniform in their possession to the Argus office at their earliest conveni o ice. Harry I'Viiier, will devote his time tho rest of the year in the hcep business, working for Boiler A Hon. He will do no herding hut run with Billy, and in 1010 expects to wear wool on his face in-tead of hair. Con Ryan is manager of the second hand store during Mr. Tuttle's uhsence, and the y.y Qui) can wait upon the la, jo- j A caution, He is making good, fjr he has already sold u wabh holler worth 2 for 15 cents. On and after Nov. 1, all per sons registering a letter in the United Slates mail will pay for the service 10 cents. Begin ning with the .same date Uncle Sim will assume a maximum jiabiljty, fqr registered matter of ')0 instead of gg, John Shannon oi Louisiana, Mo , a cousin of Attorney Biggs, was in the city during the week, tejuroing from a visit to the Bo utile fair. Of course, Dalton gave him a good lime while ,pr.-, and r 3l,ann9 M , mo' of ins life with, all the iptte ftiggs. t :.!' A. hi Hi- qf the pastime hiHirtrd and nonl routus, one o jb finest iu the northwest, in-. VgM your patronage. The firm u if iij.-r cigars, tobacco, fine eou.ectlouery, etc, The fruit und confectionery store is separ ate from the billiard room, and the ladies of Ontario are es pecially invited to make their purchases at the Pastime, just south of Boyer Bros. A Co. Irrigation Talk. V. W. Robertson, publisher of the Yakima (Wash.) Daily Republic, in an interview in the Weiser Signal, soid regarding the irrigation of our high lands: "There are no hotter opportu n'ties for reclamation work un der the shining sun than hero. Those who hoped for govern ment rechimntion here should not forget that the deportment has already undertaken work which will cost many millions in excess of the funds available I do not see how it will he pos sible for the department to au thorize any new projects for several years. Secretary Hallin ger has officially stated that it will not he done. Having hillen off moro than ho can chew Uncle Sam must now work out i method of mastication. He will do it without a douht; hut people here who hope for de velopment to proceed within their lifetime should not over look the fad that lime, which is 9) essential to them, cuts hut little figure with tho govern ment. "Not being a capitalist and a prohuhlo purchaser of irrigation bonds, I am not much of an ml mirer of tho ironclad contracts which seems to be a necessary preliminary to irrigation by pii vate corporations; hut in the light of our experience in the Yakima valley, I can say that it is better to sign a stiff contract than to wait for tho govern ment, (iuvcrnment irrigation is a good thong. But time flies and most of us ore beginning to figure that we havo hut one life to live," Local News. Wilson-Duffy Drug Co. All kinds of drugs. O. W. Blair is back from Hot Lake much improved in health. (ieo. W. Long paid Boise a husiness visit during the week. Tho only chronic kicker who accomplishes anything is the mule. Porter Onhornu is confined to his home wjth n attack of la grippe. Homo of (ho boyi say the new mustache is the ouuso. A man over in Idaho named Clover has just been married, and soon there will ho several blades of grass where there was formerly one. J. S. Millikin is now in charge of tho Ontario opera house, and purties desiring to lease the Miiiio can secure dates und pro I by consulting him. Kx-Judge Frank J. fctaltil of Caldwell was a visitor to Onta rio on Suluiduy. lie was sue eeeded in oflice by Judge I'M L Bryun, formerly a law partner of Attorney A. N. Soliss. J. S Chirk, the unto man, last week mud1' (he run from Onta rio to Jordan Valley in one of his Huicks in seven hours and only used six gallons of gaso line. That is going some. A white girl and a Jap tried to get married in Scuttle the other day und although a license wua gpllftd ne minister could he found who would perform the ceremony. Different in Wei ser. - Notice. We wish to thank our water patrons for oa-opurutiiig in re serving our wuter supply while repairs were being mude on our pumping plant last week. We have everything fixed now and will be able to supply the USUal demand. litAiio-OufcmiN- L. A I. Co. BALLINGER SAY OT AT No Money mi the Malhemir Project The Malheur Project officials last week son! Secretary Ballinger the following dispatch: "The people o( die Malheur Project will be satisfied tf placed m the calendar for an appropriation of $100,000 to complete) the sur veys o( the project. The following answer was received from Mr. Ballinger: "For want of available fundi I cannot sec my way clear to comply with your request at the present time." LANDOWNERS A Hitting of the owners of i and just contract to sign up. dryland on tho south side of The committee elected con tho Malhei r river and in the sisls of A.W. Trow, Q, W. Long, vicinity of Ontario was held at II. C. Whitworth, D.dton Biggs, the Commercial Club room W. II. Doolitlle. Tuesday afternoon, and a large Tim land owners on the north attendance present. I side of tho Malheur river will The object of the meeting was hold a meeting tomorrow (Sat to elect a committee to represent ' urduy) at tho Ontario opera the land owners in making a house at 2:.'H) p. in. to elect a united eliort to get water on the committee to look after their ir land that it located on the south ligation interests, and co-operate side of the river. Col. 0. ft S. Wood was present and expressed as he has hereto fore us willing to work with the settlers with the object in view of getting water on the land at tho very euiliest dale postible, regardless of the source from which it comes, provided the people are given a reasonable THEY WILL BUILD THE ROAD A meeting was held at l'i nit land, Idaho, last Saturday c til ing to discuss the matter if building a road from the new Snake liver bridge on the Idaho side tq the Bench. The fnlluwii.g from Ontario attended: l'i. A. Kruser, J A l.ackcy, II. 0. Mover, the bridge griming rapidly, and it will not commission; J. W. IfoCollocn, bo long before tliO slimline will Dalton Bigg-, W. II. lliooke, O. bo OpOU for troflle. The bridge f, pg, OOminlwion now figuring on The meeting was an cnlhusi- having double BoOf on the astic one and the Idaho people bridge, and it will pay iu the uro extremely ploOOOd that they buig on, as heavy tiallic ex are to have bridge connection poafefdj OTOf the structure. Are They Idlers V A IVrtlund paper, editoii illy, declare- that the Oregon IU p.e.ne court is B.yu Ml .... :,., ,. iu, . , ,,,t. )U,y long vacations and genera! in-I . , , ., , .. . i" show ot the lioi-o Inter Moun- tJolent'. Kven looinf fl a-. la fori llll Mia fair, ami llttirOI all parents court (sec ll.ii loo -. iiegoniun, in Malbeui ((unity who ur' opinion wuti. i, hy JmUco k '' ' j lliink i(! oi . u(. ling their little ougbi not lubjeei H to i iloudvi lN ((1 Ul ,(llUlv e0Mf, t0 in a public newspaper. .i -.i i 1 . I ' t' i ,i, , cave tin ir naines with him A U mallei oi i o , nr lieu-1 laU.I fact.no Lodv or men ill1" ll"lr OnrliMl convenience. - . : . ..: . . i .1.:. ih. -tate, pn'lh or piivale, pill M hai ley u;:nl- it dUtiUC'tly in longer bonis or work har.l.i. understood that lilidoi UO cn-S.-mt of the judges of till HO euiUtlll.vM sill U enter anv o preine court woik HutUiduyO, , .i .. i K v i. i- i i.i !"s children thus luav ug an New i ear a D.iv, roinih Ol Julv " ami nighis. " i open held lo all of our young This" js no txaggam tion. as suis. .lii..i lii-ii.-.. Mi.., i. luis I.,, i away from his desk a day and a half in two years. Justice Hakin, who ha- served 5 years I, a.- beep, away Ii week The judges go to win k al I Vclock in lb morning and quit it ti o'clock, often work uigliU Can the I began, ia show any .... :.. 4i... it. .:...! Ci.i... .ii anv I III more uu-iuessr a i iv i ii .1 Mi -l au oe- -j . cisioiih were reinlereil. noine ol the cises were of state wide im- i .in Li iu i- nod mniiv of iheni muttera that hud been lilitfuted for years ill the lower emits ISiileiii Caiitul Journal, com i ill lUt. eiairii oiain luiiianu iiihiiiii- p 1101 wa laweii did any more work OT dispatched Mrf 0f ,y the ladies of the lb.p - PRESENT Handl to 111 TO CO-OPERATE with tho South Side commit tee. It is hoped that Vale, Lower Willow Creel; and D. id Ox Kbit will be represented by good delegations, as it hohocs even one to keep in lin und to uiiikt a united and determined effoil to get wuter on our land at the very earliest date possible. with OnUriO and will grade the road from tl I Idaho ml Of the bridge to tl Bern b will out any cost to Ontario, while On. turio will do tin- BOOOOOafJP grud. ing on tilt OrtgOII side to the 11 idge. Work 00 tin bridge is pro Charley l Baby Judge C A. Mycr-, of the clothing I linn of Under Bros. A l.auipkin, Died at Baker QJty Mi- Klin Mm ton, agod ;;ft aoi '-. da ' Monday lo st. Rlisa in th boapitul, linker Oily. Mrr. Morion was brought to Bokor City fioni Ontario more than ... . . , ...... .....l ii Itui ..,.. Ii .u.i u.. .i.ul?ltor or ins greai religious m 111 HUM ' -! It .1 III' vine Ol Jillks Mnton ol tba tbia city. Any physician thut knows tb- U'ds.;,,. Don c I), no Co u-:il ,.i . be.-ilatc lo luut hi i.utieni's niodicine to ua for prearatiou. Local News. A little boosting won't hurt. Horn In this city, to the wife of John Madden, a son. Sam Hoboon is qttlto ill nt bis home on the Kast Side. rOt Sale 7-octave organ; a bargain. Inquire Mrs. (irecr. It will not be long now before 'everybody will be hugging the stove. Mrs. Ei J. Boom Ol Ironside is visiting rolttivi I and friends in Ontario. Mrs. I,. ). Huston ol I'kiab, Oregon, i isititttr with her porents, Hon. (i. ,. King, ami wife. rOI Sale Cheap Improved Economy DrOOm separator ; good as new. Can be seen at I'oor nian'c, next doOff to DOOtOUlcf. The dance given by the band last Friday night was oroll intended ami enjoyed by all I who participated. Manager Millikin bod the llooi in line shape. Aulo for Sale -Oood as new: will mcII (heap for cash or good DOtO; must sell on account of ill-health. & A. Ilobson, Onta rio, Oregon. W. A. Hopkins and wife arc iu the city iiom Burns. Here cenlly disponed of bis land hold ings iu Harney county and will iu all probability locate in Onta rio. Dr. J. Printing arrived home from Omiihti on Tuesday, when he represented Ontaiio Aerie, l' O. K , at the grand session lie reports having an enjoyable lime, but was glud whin the brakeman announced Ontario. County Commissioner C. W Mallett left Saturday for Poll land to attend the convention of county judges ami commission era of Oregon, lie was uccoiu panted by his daughter l.enii, who will attend OOllogf at Cor vallis. Hurry Cornwall of Salt ok City at rived la-t week to acce.l a position nl the descent Bar ber Shop. He is an artist in 'he lomoaial line and a pleasing gentleman to unit, only i,e is not ijiiite as good looking as Krank, the I A coiniounn alion from fall, without any signature, has boon root Ivod nl oonoignod t ihe VOOtO basktl. If people ale chained to sign tlnir names, Vi cannot afford to print then communication, at we have troubles ol OUr own. All editor in Nevada rofUOfl to publib obituary notices ol people who, while living, failed I i lubooriba for bil paper und gives this pointed r 000001 "Peo ple who do not lake their bou.e paper ui'f dead anyway, and hiir passing away has no new value." Si i vices at the M. Iv church next Sunday as follow Mumliiy school ,t lud". pieiuhing at I 1 ill a in.: insliillation of the ofUeora ol tba Kpwortb loagut, 6:30 p. m proocbiug ' p On Monday celling at till bu-0 DjOM meeting held in the chinch it Was dei lidod lO re-eul till' eburob and ronalr tba lootuia room. We wish tO un minute i uw that anyoi our formor lubserlb. ir- who 10 desire, may pay their I i ..:.:.. .. I . . .. . w heal , Lu,1( ' al l1"' WWkotprleO. Tba iiuiist i iiiik'ii hi Min.ii. ii.n.-i in weekly wants to take cue ol Ins chickens, hoise and cow y,d will deal direct with the- funnel Uuins Tlliles-lleruld. Wbeie in thundei did ) mi get the chickens uutl horse and cow, Juliun? Seattle Stoek Show. The stock show at the Bolft Interniouiitaiii lair this year will bo the greatest in the his tory of Idaho, its success being doubt assured by the announce ment that many of the big cast cm herds which have been ex hibiting in Seattle will come to BoitO. This feature, which it is believed will be the fail's great est attraction, is made possible ior me necessity oi a siop-over for the slock between Seattle and Deiner. Herds range fioni l to BO he. ! and include the best stock Ol I ha most foremost breeders Ol A morico. and include Here- lord, Rod Poll, tfolatoin, Qollo. Wn) and Angus stock. Many of the herds are unexcelled mi the ( onlinont and hove earned away lirst prizes at Chicago, Denver, Dot Moines, Portland and Seat tle. The value ol such an exhibit it is stated lies in the fact that it would encourage the raising ot I oiler cuttle III the state ami the introduction of breeds which arc not niiscd extensively in Idaho. By Unanimous Vote. At till' sibool election held last Saturday tO vote on the ipiestion of the establishment of a high school in Ontario, the same was curried without a dis. MUting vote. Local News. Col. C K S. Wood is in tin city on bnainooo. Mrs. J T. I.iigai. bus been quite ill the past week, but is o.ivulesi ing. Attorney W. II. Brooke was McKwon, Baker county, lust Saturday mi legal business. Mrs. and Mrs. I.. J. Kukard have left for Walla Wulla, Wash., to rOOMo. The departure of l.os loOVOa a vinaiicy in the city council. Health is loo precious to be tampered with by incompetent endoiH of dings. Try the Wilson Duffy 1'iug Co , foi n drugs, and aspt ii OH IcO. At the Cnited l'i csb tel lan chunb mt Sabluitb morning the topic will be "Tempciuiiee in all Things ' Kvening, "Tern peliog tl Tempi I D. II. I 'iltle has opened a Mend-hand itoro, two doom north ol tita Aigu- ottica and a ill buy and sell all kinds m oiir patioiiage and guaraiitie his pillions a sipiaie deal. Saturday, Ofl J, boa been set atida us the do) for olooi mg tba ( lutorio ceuieti iv and planting in , -, ow is and shrubs. All who pooaiblj can are ungeutly n quatod to old us in this aro k. It. s. Ki ruaai nun, s( utou, II. T Dusted ot tbO Ml 111' "i ' Men aiiliU- Co. of Ontario. - . -. a kOOrl lime m this i I . tin week . Mr. Ilusted has bfeii resident of Intai m foi . 'i year-, d tbia la biaflrat visit to I r heX co,,y Ho will virit Sa i ,w , l.aweii ami IJIMUIoim oe lie lellll lung bOIOI , SO) s the Iblllis Timcs-Helald. West laid TwtM I alls liHuurioii I (i laiiiil llMnUt Uolllid ti ip ticket will be sold lor the above occasion to Itilhl. Idaho, on Septeinhei Li " 1 1 1 , Jlilb, and I'Ttli, with liuol limit oi October 'J, r.Kl'.l. Si e agents for fin tber puiliculars. ll.l anil I'asliuc .or Sale Oll I'ilie Click Halliev conn- ly . timothy bay and line gieen pasliiic good shelter und open wall i elevation, 8(100 feet. Kr.vi-iV ' Dn; i i i:, Vim, On gun. FLAVORING EXTRACTS We gallon make these by the Hid s, 1 them by the ounce. Vunill l'.tra( t- I Be till ounce, la moii Extracts, lt'i the ounce. These el roots' are super ior to those usually sold ami we guarantee tin in III conform to the Pure Pood and Drug Act. Geo. Candland. i. i:dim; DMVCMIMT. Onlai io, ( IfOgOn PHARMACY I our main interest . and rro il nol go into outoide lines. Henoo rro aro able to give yon it line atock nl DRUGS AN 1 1 SKILLED SERVICE. LetVtad Prescript jonists Ol" tho County. Wilson-Dultj Drug Co. C UT GLASS We now have a ver cboieo stock ol Cut ilass. N a ale i,-n 1,,0 ing a s lei t line of colonial and coiiiitbiaii bras- and ass nun ,ron We gllaianli e vmi at i-liot mil ill all doollllgl A oomph ti' line i Strings, Sheet Music and I iisiruiueiits. Giuuantectl Watch Bopttlrlng. Harry RGrauel The lew llV and Musical lloliso ol I lllta ii". Oregon. St. Frauds' Aciidemy. i oity, Oregon u.. ,rvtn.. ,. i.tl c, LiWki uw:.iiiiiiij Cllll loy vltllirai lor liirls. anil ' . Imill Tin nun -e (, ktudil ' m- bracoi tba t ighth -.-i adei ol on in on siudie- braced on Ihe ktoto eouraa ol itudii s, tin udi mio coiii.se ol lour years und ih- 'Olllllll I 'lal L'OUI ' 'I he iniisii- onil p, iiniing do pai t in i i.i .in, ; Kplandid udvon tages. Htudii - wiil be le-iuiu d Sent, I I 7, I"'.'. I'm tuitbil alllell- lalseallal the A. an. in v m ad- dn the S I.i St l'i UUI. ' " All tl.. :n u .- ail lilO tune If tb i. lotto n the Argus, and the price i only 1 1 the yeai U f ,.'.