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XXII ONTARIO. MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON. TliriiSDAY PEBRUARY7, 191& NO. COUNCIL NAMES DATE FOR BOND ELECTION FOUR NEW NAMES ON 1 8TAURANT MEN OWYHEE DIRECTORATE WARNED BY JUDGE RED CROSS DANCE She r.NHs hf.ti ns or BUcrnoN ok jwi -i: H IHD Dot ri.AMK iMFMiMI-A T IS l HlKt'K. VOTE BONDS ON FEBRUARY 25 l:i'lrr.niiiniiiM. l. in. i ilonil llnnk Inic House Offer- ti Have Counsel Handle Proceeding- Offer l De clined. On Monday. February It, Ontar' will vote dircfUi on tin mii'Kllon of un coy lor mi,uiiv ior ins purpn-o of building a new n. .:ti l-ti.i I water sytaeni That wan determined nt tin- t 011 nc 1 1 jurcllng' Monilay lag Tin- decision iim to the time of I h" election til tniide following the cn vuaa of tho. returns of tha election lnlil January 2.1, which allowed Hull tile amen, III. ent permitting the in crease In bonded Indebtedness I, .id carrleil hy the over helming iflujor lu .if Ifl In I Indicating the fact that niutili I V11 1 rertirlllc. where the laaun cover an earning Investment, hi III have a rmiilv trinket. Harry K h'l Irluiiii'i of llol i 1 i'itlim J N Wrlnht ft In. honil hankers of Dnnr. wua preaent at I hi' meeting unit niaile a proposi- Hon to the Council to have the atlnr- He)M for tha Denver firm prepare lb" ne. i'Hiiry legal steps for the Issue The s'-rvee he ileclnreil woulit lie free t,, (he city If the Denver firm was the KiiecKMNful bidder for Hie IioikU . otherwise a nominal fee would be charged The offer win declined. the Coiiiiell taking the position that this la Ihe work for whlih the nit haa a city iittorney and therelore lie matter waa left In Attorney P J. liillaglier's hands Aalde from this matter and Hie puasiigi of the formal reHolullona and ordinances and the payment of Ir regular monthly hills no other ntal tera cntne up for consideration TAKE WHOLE DAY TO CELEBRATE Knoi of Hflj Vear- Ago Is o..a-l.n for Herat llolllei nnl (.nllin lug One lluiiilml Hi HI More than one hundred uelghhora gathered at the Ar.adla schmil houae Wednesday evening to aaaial Mr and Mis II II Thomps elehrale Ihe fait thiil half a century ago they were marriud in Alhlu, Iowa It took all .In lo lelehrale Hie .num. 1 aary hut M aa a day all will remem ber lu Hie morning and afternoon tin hale and hearty and much behind imupl.' ntbapod their children and their gi'iiinlrhildreii about them for a reunion while In the evening Ihe irelghlairs look charge and nia.li- the event one for all Hie colnlll mill y Snugs whth aung hy Miaa Kdna and Harold Von Ite.iilnii and Mrs Cln on behalf of the loinmiiuity preaent ed a suitable token of the occasion allowing the aateniii in which Mr. and Mra Thompson are held Mr and Mrs Thompson rejoiced that all but one of their . hidrei, now living were able to be preaent Tboae who Here at the family dinner with them being: Mra. R A Ambroae of Jerome. Idahe: Mrs O F Xeece. Mrs I T Dail c I. and R A. Thompson of Ontario, and J K Thompson of Nysb Mr:. T J. J0I111 Bon of Caldwell, Wyoming, was Hi. only . liild missing Among the grandchildren frtu out of tonn were Mr and Mrs Harold Kstog. uuvi run n wwuuom lllllk I NlilNHK.KH HTIK K C R Kmlaon wa called to Willow Creek lo dy ou a.couut of th heavy rain In that section yesterday. which raised the stream higher than , It has been In five yeara and cnd-11 ge red hi tok No loan was suff.-t ! but the (nod ground were drown-t0 ed out and It was neoea.sarv to swim tome of the valve to aeJety .HHtfr r fl .. Tiuw1' . all ' 9 BUnlW in Uaatcrii Oregon stockman wlm i 1.1 n .... - .-.. . """'" " epin.iican nomination mr lulled States Senator ONTARIO RANKS HIGH IN RED CROSS SALES In I'ropoiilon to It- I'opulMtlon. Thi, tilt buys In he n Muni Stamp ii I'i.i 1I.1111I. anil la Seventh In IJM. Ai cording to report received thin week from Mtale heaitiiuartera Ontario wan the sen-nth illy In Oregon In n- hhIhh ol lied fro t'hrlHtmaa seals Of rouri.e Portland lead wllh a totnl Kale of over 7000 hut according to Its piiiiihitlnii tlntarlo purchased twice .1 many stamp k I'ortland. The only cltlea In llM state that rx- reeded Ontario were: Portland, Cor- vallls. Kuiteiie, Medford. Marahflclit. Oregon titv and The Dallea. ( Oularlaiin bought 1 1 4 ' worth of tho atampH during the cniupalgn inn dueled h) Mra W W letaon and Mia H. O. Drane, which exceeded the nimnim sold laat year by alx times CAN NOT PAY TAXES WITH LIBERTY BONDS Krroneou Information Has linn I'lr- 1 nlale.l Notice Hboultl Im Taken of Fact. ,n " '"' ' ',,",,", " Mi, 00 1 lector ol Internal Iteveuue he ad laei that thru some means rumors '" " "lrcnlled that l.lh.-ni laMW Honda would be acceptable In' paymeiit of taxea l Una I- not true ' 'orrespondeiice reaching tin- .1 Hce", aald Mr Miller. Indicates that peraoua have been y Tutiooiiajy ad .1 ..I 1i1.1i l.ihert) I ..mi 11 Honda will lie pled lu 1n1nn.nl of lakes due the lulled Slates 'Liberty l.oan Bonds anuot be ac ..iied In payment of such axes Tim accept these bond for tux.- wmild in tent 11.. revenue euda." E TO ASSIST CITIZENS Deputy Income Tat toll, lor at Vale Next Week ..ml la tkalario of I . .Honing Week. Ill Clarence D Tillaon. deputy e.,1 1 Ie. tor ot Income Tax. representing ihe I'nited State treasurer, arrive, I in Ontario today enroute fo Vale ami glae advance notice that he will he ha 1 k lore in Ontario at the City Halt for Mm wek beginning February I Ml, and remain here uutil Saturdi, I'Vl.ruary 23, to aaalat every. in this aectlou to thoroly comply with the provision of the Income Tai law Mr Tillaon came bore from Itaker where he discovered that ranchera and atockmen are not long on hook- keeplug Many of the rancher and Moekmen are regretting that fact for under the provisions of the income tKI w they hare a number of pen njea t arrange for. Kvery single nan who had an In , ol f noon or more I required! make a report of the same, and , t Con tinned on nan ) H 'N. M.Kition Hi i i hti HDAV HF.- HII.TS IN SI Itl'MHK; Mmm OM MAUD 20 MAM ok MOltH RKTtRl i. RESULT WAS NOT UNfORSEEN No Nerlon. tmta Anion; the Stock holtlcrsi Tito llnii.ni Imll cales Difference of Opinion mm to' Policy. Tho not altogether unfnraeen the' refiull of the election of dlrectora of the Owyhee Ditch company last Hat- iirdiiy wna Homewhnt of a aurprlne. Four of the old dlrectora. two of vlalt 11 number of Ontario h reatau nhom hnve been offlclalii for more th lit men. etpeclally the proprletorn than 20 veara were retired nnd four of the t'blneae eHtabllahnienta. have new dlrectora were elected The re aulta turned on the voting of Fred J Kelael'N stock In Montle It Dwlnn. It Ih aald that the retirement of the old board waa not the ienlt of a marked difference of opinion among th atockholdera but that It waa the outgrowth of n difference that grad ually yrcumulated during a period of yeara In any mutual aaaorlatlon, and focused finally on the queatlon of finance In arranging for rlght-of- way for the pumping plant which heHppv to restaurant- tOO company la building. While In Otiturlo .1 1 1 I k- - Mi Knlgh' The elertloti. however, will not af- ' WM informed of the nrrlvul ol two feet the pumping plant fo the punipa. rrH of flour 111 Nyssii rsr 1 motors, and all material for that ha I .iteepninii H I1nn1e.ll.1nh hud d- . - .. I... l... ..1.1 h.inr.1 lieen ( llllirilt i'o 00 '.' ' - "" mid the new hoard la In agreemeni on the iiueatlnn of tlie neceaany ior ine, P'n' The dlrectora elected were T VV, Claaaelt. W C Jenkins, C Hunt and H. J Ward, who with Ihe hold over dlrectora, John Itny. C R Kml aon and W 8 Heel, mak up the I hoard II..- retiring director r. Jaa M Duncan. John A Ward. Thomas M lowe and A liramse. Mr. Iiiincnn for yeara rode Ihe ditch, and j haa been a member of the board for, in than SO yeara and for 10 yearai lis prealdent John A Ward llka- 1 , I,.,- . mil the district for 1 SO yeara on the board, while Meaara l.one and llriim-e have been on lhC board for the past four year. The election of new hoard niembera ,l:.l not reault In any clinnge In the .x.-niilve offices of Ihe aecretiirv Ireaaurer or auperinteiiib nt. which poaltlona are held by Judge t: I King and hi son. A H King NEW AUTO COMPANY COMES TO ONTARIO Irgtl Klaplea lo Itepresenl Hunk, IhHlgf, elle and Hinl-oii lu Tlil- Terrlloci ; lo Oiarn Mule II... .11. Another. 1 lie iilntli, l.rni to haiidle aiilouiohlles and acceaaoriea will open in Ontario soon represent at n e of the Virgil Staple- la on the ground and re.n I) for huHlneaa. Mr Staples ia arranging for a -ales loom and will handle the Dodge, llul. k, Veil., and liudaou in this i.-rn lory lu conjunction with the Yuuug Aulo Couipauy of Vale ONK or IHK Hio ft.mi the t.iral HtsrUI Ph tart, ' Heaist al llreeiolnaM-, Titctaday, . - n-9. 41 .j Ajk si BgH 'L T 99-P---npn ! W v T-1 c- invgl' TrP HH PCz'-wJ " ' -a' ' F99JV as-' P ?. . -Ja) J i I F . -9il OCIiKHTtALM IM) not I.IKF CNM- pi.vim; with mi. km 111:- OAROWa 11.11111 sritsri- Tl TF.N; HOI 'It IIK.I.D. TWO BARREBS HELD AT NYSSA ' l" Hhlpinent Not v el MMl Indue Can Not I iiili'i-viiinil I ' ) ii-nit I Onb'r Violator to It.- I'lllll-llell. Judge fleorgc McKnlghl arrived' from Vnle laat Saturday on n tour ai duty U Food AdmlnlHtrator for M.il- biuir county Ah 11 result ol 'the Judge a better Idea of wlmt Mr Hoover ordera mean TMj understand thai they are not iiboe the food admin 'ti tration. The restaurant men oblcrted when local merrhiinta refused to aell tin-in gill flmir "loiout 1 In- proportion of auhstltules They tbreateneu to nn ,tl il,,. Ini'iil men hunts and gel fhiur 0111 of to 11 Tl'.v km. better now, and they have :ilso been Inform ! that wheatleaa and BUBtllM rulltiK ... .... . ...I ..vi.. . I.. it to order livery siopp, o tuo. -1 ,te iihlpmenl back to noiae. Th j,,. m, llMlk ,, n, ,n.,n,., of the lini 11. lilpnienl of 4 suck- flour mid II wiisplulul.i eildenl that , ,-ould not reconille the fact Hint ao big a Hhlpnient waa ordered la.'t aprlng SHEEPHERDER GETS BIG CHECK CHASHED W. F. Drlggers Mecurew I.kihi 011 I link Willi Itis: lor limine- Nairn. IiihcIhnI I iin'l IU- I .. in I Now. S F Drlggara Ite.'.ir Artiwlne, u who worked for Harney ioum rancher, blew Into Ontario two weeks ago with a 1 buck calling for tSauo drawn on the Raalern Oregon llank lug coinpnny of fthanlkn. with wh'H purp d to I..- the signature of Mr T1, K1.iond performance of Ho- 1 1. In- .iii.nlied tii.gon Club's .Minstrel show was Mr Drlggara deposited 1 1 . , he, 1, itaged a. Iireuniland Motida) lei.i. In 11 local hank ami il wa- lionored at irowd that did not uulte fill the Shaulko a a pert.etli kooiI lust r u house II deserved belter patronage nient Later Mr Arnwlne hecailie i,h 1 lie iierformalice like I he orlgliinl iU'iim of III., fuel mi., I ,l.-eliirf.,l Iln.l It waa -pin tuns He cume to On larlo to locale Drlggars lull llrlggurs Vas among those al t II. had been at Hoiae. where lie drew ;l ""l" hel ill I'li-lk nil III- In.-., I .Milium' and then left Hums detective are Ali.ady Hie uow ou nt Uriggui'n trail and he 1 new ageiiiv, expected to be located in a few. day Mfl Andrew Itoblnaon and -on arrived in Oatsrio Tvawls to join Mr Ituhllisuii, wlm 111. 11I1 pari Un- lini; rlu leg a t old Storage com pany. They leave taken .1 raMeaM on t lie easl lOM IN ACTION. lb. Halite of the Pimarr V ' - 99BI 4 abea TH08. F. HYAN CANOIDADT9 POR TDK nominx- Tlo Kdll STATK THKA81 'HFlt PARENT-TEACHERS TO HOLD NIGHT SESSION ,.M ,.,,,, Keinnie for Meeting NimI t-rhlm. leliiiinrv . Jtnlge Ditltoii lllugs anil Ml-. K M. u to -.,...!. 1 I'""'I",BI" ,H ' "" "Mn.le of 11 etilng of the Parent T.-a.li rs 1...1 1.1..1. 1- ... 1... ... 1 1 n---... un h.ii niinii is 10 in- 11. -hi ii'-m Prlda) eieulug February I i'i at IM Illgn Scl I udiiltorl Since ihe 1 ting Is lo be held he ti 11 1 he h'rl li.lnv a nl 1 no ol ' A ca'a great herns, Abraham Lincoln nnd (leorge Wnshlngton the acason will be a palitotir one and the -peak era Judge Dalton lllgga and Mrs KM i.i.ic nlll dw.dl on the need for pa trlotlam today. A fitting uiualal pto- gram will alao he given An urge.tt 1 11 v II hi Is extended lo .eryolic lo I..- i.i.ient. OREGON CLUB GIVES RED CROSS BENEFIT Ken. nil Pel foriiiaii.-e ol Mln-li. kImim Willi Ml FNiise I'ai.l In I lull. Nets git III lo 1. .....I I ause. .......I I...i littflil umllslna from . iirtaln 10 curtain ., -,. ,.u, 4bff fioiu llnlr ,., , ,.,., ,,, the exoenaea of the eeiiiol nioiliii Hon and ore .tiled 1 1 net proi ds. 1 1 4i. to the lied I 1 uiilmrv to 1:, ' iieln -i IB pi 1 pel lorinance hardly un I tin- ex --- ..1 tl... in i.roilnel loii. and the l prone . dlff.r. - iron, ur, - I- hoped thai Ihnl In atltnilon be nmtoeteJI) nntoU4 by the I WO p.-, forma,,,.- IO be gii.n in-xt week, Mondaj tl VuU 1 day a. Nyaaa. BROGAN RED CROSS PLANS MASQUERADE I III. keil HlipM'l , 'I'imi, I- oil lap ill I pM-r Valle) low 11 l.u I . Iiru all lu Oiilailun- Wanlc.l .11 li.lk .-till l.lli. inlet how ' .I., turned nnl tor the first big Rod Mii'llim that wa- staged II .. 'ur . mini) I, ,t Hro- For that rensou they have ii.ru Frank Weaver asked tUi- Argus to extend u iuvllatiou lo eiery one lu this sration lo be at Hrogiiu on Feb w Allen, who were apprehi u.led in ruary 16 to attend a a-Mf-4n0-M-a1 In the act of soiling 1200 dance and eat a big ihicknn dinner head ,,r sheep he, ,1, King in ihe aud ol iotti-e have n good time That liar N l-.ml and Callle 1 ',, Ac goes without aaytug, for tbal I tbu cording to the officer, each of tbe rm," Which brand of eulerlaintueut Hrogao dl., , ioei. shmtIs that lln otnet nagh pense when it start. led the Job ...... . ..,...1,0 hj, ,,,r; t)l I ltl AI. TMK I ON TltttT wn ei: STir in KVaWIMU 11 uioitMwi 1 ron "l.i I III.KS." TOTAL RECEIPTS OVER J420 HlK lleiient. ToUifb,r With Oregon ritlh'N Vlliistlel HhiiH. IMtta tx)l .il biiter In tlenr for Monllt at l.eie.. Filling the ihiiiii' hull, the game rooina. All the hiiinr.lng rootua and bulging out Into the Imllway and over into the offlri. ,1 .I'lorneya In the building, the crowd which at tended the Hed t'riiKK heneflt ftt laat Friday evening waa a joy to -hold. It wua the bilges' 1 '1 n: th.it ontitrlo has witnessed of 1 lie kind for 1, iitnl then some II waa Im- ineiise The Ontario Chapter O. U. C la 14211 richer an the result Of ciitii '..e. Hie iihjeri met II li the approval ol ooorTona, nut the oh)eet aloW did not get the rnmil The roininlltee of wotiien who gave 11 . .,iitv MeHiliiinea lluv A W'llaon, A. , ,,.kri,nii J. mningalev. A H. ul i-w, b-.io, ml. l'.i Mi -Null - and Mlas llornlliy Ml lo that ,(or anyone that , , i,,,..,,!, ., f t -, mittee wna Int. rvlewed nitinlier nf Hmaa by autre of the voting w 11 m arhool rhllilran who Mild tickets Home of the meii hou;'!ii tlik.' ,, ,,r,. o,.,,, ,,,. Hiillcltor. loo. for the ,,:l M,ltl.M.r ,, thkela bought wua greater than Hie mint I er nl male dattcera Tn pnmm 0r the club were nffnW U(.v ( ,r,,., fl pa; rint Ic colors an I ih,. r,., nd white ol the lied I'm I I,, the billiard riaitn flowers wer sold ami punch served. Charles Car ver presiding at the punch tewl During the evening I nWOBg. of con- re -tngeil Willi P I ili.Jla tiler as -lait.r nnd Meaars I. Cockrum.' J D Hilling b v and H. I). Dormiili as Judges As the 1.-11II ..f Ihe popnl 11 Mitlnic M M Liu Ine Smith a .l.ilared tlie prettiest girl 1 Ml a Klin I M. Sully lh ' 'oldest III eXplir!" IIOI ' Lai ll.lol gill. I'rof II her won Ih Loin It" 1 lnrle man ronteat and nls .olleague. Prof Thoiuas, the oldest single man ie 1 . and Mr ami M11 F I Cleliui nun the Inn 1 popular eoupl ilinlesl All were illll rewanld wllh prize- Mr llallugle 1 BOM ' on dueled .10 ol ruffles selling a .M.i, 1. ..- II mrror for :i In May Wilson Hie l.o nl i.tlit Well hv Mi a Smith was sold to It V limes lor IH, while the lied 1 ! ..u..n won l.v I'luf I hoina- was sold twice, flral lo the high ohool Iim I, win pro Matj II lu I'l'.l It. "li h.r. I ho re luineil It and 1 wa- Mild lu Ml I Wniiil lliin.n, I M II I M low in. u I bv Itenrre W iTen I "lr ' " "' ' '' J-W A "'"""' ""' '"' "' " ' ' "" ' "'"' """ J"" ,,r" ' '" I" " " ' "" '"' "'- "r "" ' "y "' "11"" inn, nt; H reultifl avernl square dun. laged lo the 11111U ol I. nth Old Md villnr Veletioi ilaiicer- eii)o)e. the uhl I in' square uhll ,..uved watching and nun. I. red, how tin evolul s euillil p 1--1I1I1 I', I', 1 f, rtned In ,,! II,, old , I ,el. Bill elllall'. llfied SHERIFF BRINGS RACK MEN CHARGED WITH BIG FHEFI nt Hrowu and Marshal II C Fanner reliirned Moinlm from Omaha with i'l,- lloun, alia- P H. Jackson, aud VV Wheal, alias C Ml 11 II. .