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1 tttttft. Ixxiv IlhIllshows Imand for product ONTARIO. MALHEUR COUNTY, OKEC10N, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1920 NO. 39. ,T IIOSS VIHITH HIO INHTL IOV .T HAII HAY VMS- AMIIMCIIItTAINOFHUO- yssiiiiiiisiPArrmNiH TAKIIN SOON If first crop shipped tunning M IHirn i'"") "" 0(l Tout nf tJiomiil Sii'iil Ine I'hinl I'H'I'i'it'N lmlnnreii Bbtlon Tor Slock IVoiIIiik . .iiiipauinii tlio nnorntlnn of , ntfalfn mnl mill nt Hurley i iiom wlm returned to Ontario 1 U convinced of tlio pOKBIUll- or tliln bindin'ss hero. (0l Wllimn mill IH uxpeimn terr iloy declnrcs tlmt tho mill linn mom onlorn now l cnn fill nml Ik working Itn ic i.niiM tier iliiy tukliiK the tod of runcliorM from n dls iJUtlnK 10 miles In 'ivory dlr- from tint city. i,w iln'v havo ground ami J the entire flritt crop of thnt i, mIiI Mr Huss, "una moy work an tho second cutting A (lowly stream of wagons nml jro lieforo tho uiilnnilltiK stn ililch In equipped with eluotrlo unlomtors which mako rcconl i) rotting thu liny Into tho ro t room ii mill which Ik n throo story In equipped turnout wiin oio ta tlmt no Imiiil work Ik necil li the time thu liny roaches tho ntll It Ih sacked nml In tho lit tor tihlnniunl. io tho mill him boon In opera ut a abort tlmu It Iiiik oxpurl- Riuch a ilcmnml for Uh product ran not nil us orders. m convinced thnt nu equnlly tul mill can ho operated In rrllory, nml will ko u long ward reiving tho nrnulom of Inx ttio hay crop of this vnl- lUo tho Krlmlliiit mnchlnory krlry mill Ik equipped wltli n : plant nntl produces all Kinds J for tho Mock in on of thnt ; a well uh for Mhlpmont to cirkcti " i ha:i had n mill purchnsod hral weeks now nml Ik export l machinery ovory ilny ami Ho Imvn tlio plant In opornllou Brae thl:i month. II OF HAY CROP H0EREN BY FARMERS krlun of Mnil. Inriniseil lli'K nf l.lwxtork nml Keilur- i f Acreage by Dlvrrnlflid running lln Hun. I result of n sorlos of mooting HIGH HCHOOL (llltLH 'IX) III ivi:n couiwk in ni'iwing At n mooting of thn Executive Coin, mlttoo of Hod Cross, Momlny evening. It wan decided to comluct a class In Home HyKlono nml Caro of thu sick for tho Ontario High School girls In ntlilltlon to tho work being done ut Oroiton Slopo nml NysBU. Tho classes for tho girls will commence whou hcIiooI OpCIIH. Anothor HUbjact tnkou up at tho mooting wnH tho appointment of u Hoard of Directum for thu Itud Cross, which resulted as follewH: Mesdumos B. M. arlcR, Henry Urlffln. Luruo Illackahy, A. 8. Drown, and Irwin Troxoll, nm! Dr. W. J. Woose, Mssrs. L. Adam, K, A. Kroner, J. M. Mc Donald, W. F. Iloninn, II. (' llo)or, nml Geo. Alkon, I MAJESTIC NEXT WEEK MnJrMln Theatre Offer OmiteM Gntnxy of Entertainment Hlnrn he Opining of (lie llemitlful I'lny limine Malinger L. C. Moars, of tho Maj estic roportH coiiiIiik weoks ottrac tloim to ho tho best repertoire of umimumontH liu Iihh had tho fortune to offer his piitroim of Ontario and Community. , Tho. locnl vIowh of Ontario will bo of IntnruHt to iiiohI roHldontH from tho more fact that tho face uru all fam iliar, tho Htrrot hcoiioh are well photo graphed tOKthor with tho many stores, hIioph and offices, tho picture feuturliiK Klnlnu Ilammoriitcln and tho comedy with tho over growing popularity of I.arry Semoti, will make up a very pleasing cvonlng'B enter talnmont for Friday, Hoptombor 3. To tho iiilmirorH of good wettcrn dramn. tho ofterlnR will Includo Frank Muyo, In "Tho nrulo llrenkor", ikSo n Snub Pnllnrd Comedy nml n iiowh for Snturday, Boptombor, 4th. .Tho moBt boautlfiil woman In plo turog, Clara Kimball YounK who now owiih her own utudlo, ami Iiiik JuhI comploted "Tho Forbidden Woman" will bo tho foaturo offorlnu for Sun day and Monday, Boptombor C and 0. A buiihIiIiio Comedy "Dummies Wed" will comploto tlio bill. Tho bIiow for Tuciiday tho 7th In n whoppor, Crltit nnd CosIoh "Kowplo DoIIh" n musical Comedy, mostly Klrls. Mr. MoarH sayn tho country lion boon dry Ioiir oiiourIi o ho of fors Ontario somothliiK with a pleas Iiik kick. Tho "Kowplo Dolls" comes well rccommnndod from Tho DuIIok, Pendleton, Dakor and other towns whoro It has recontly played, "Fire of Youth" will bo tho foaturo shown on tho program. Wm. Fnvorsham, famous broadway star mokoa his first nppoarauco In a TAKES POSITION NEXT WEEK Mlis i:ienlior Ituudnll Hill rds MIsm Helen lllcksiiti At Institution I'nll Schedule Aiiimuneel Miss Klcanor Itnnilnll Is tho now county librarian. Slio will arrlvo In Ontario Monday to taka actlvo charge of tho Malliuiir County library. Tho liourd nnnouncoK thnt 700 now bonkH lme arrived nnd that for tho fall and winter nousoii tlio library bourn wilt be, 2:30 to 5:30 and 7 to 9, every day In tho week unvo Fri day and Sunday. In a lurgn consignment of nuw bonks to bo distributed to tho various local libraries thcru has arrived prac tlally a complete library on agricul ture nml nil farm problems for each branch. Thcso will lie placed hi tho branches In tho near future. Tinti:i: HMAM, HOVH ON IIOItHi: HIT IIV Al'TU AND TllltOWN Three small boys, Ksmoml Tnppen, and Knlnnd and Orvlllu Kunzlar, lit tlo chrrpM not over seven years old were riding on tho back of a horso at tho Intersection of Oregon Htreet nml third avenue S. W. tills morn ing when K. O. Walters canio round thn corner In his car, Ho endeavor ed to stop but could not. Tho fend er of the car hit tho horso and throw tho boys to thu pavement. They ull foil on tho sides and than bumped their heads hard on thu pavament. Fortunately none of tho boys suffer ed greater Injury than badly bruised heads. Tho accident was wltucssod by several pooplo who whllo they ru cognlicd tho fact thnt the boys wcro on tlio wrong sldo of tho streo, yet felt that thu driver, seeing their pre dicament, might have succeeded In stopping. Fortunatoly ho was driv ing slowly or tho boys would have been unrlnunly Injured E E lllglit (Vimiiiiiiillli'N Arthe In "lleltle" 1'iojeit leaders Trained Ti Help Other Women cl..iloV fnnturn "TIlO Mail WIlO I.08t ty tho furm huronu mar-j, , ,. ... lho Htory rnn In tho mmlttco which liavo boon In nwM irom uiu mu , lou communities which pro.,8aturday Kvonlng rosi, a cu..., .. Haifa hay for market, thoro'a sconlo completes tho program ior olng soutlinont In favor of .Wednesday. Soptomber 8th. Fdlon of alfalfa meal mills. Etee lmvo been appointed to te and organize this dovol- in tevorul of tlio cammunl- are now at work flmtlnir out flment of tho liny growers nnd f io omer (totalis of prollm-lature Imanufacturo of nlfulfa meal po provide tho best solution filing this year'8 liay crop, f us can no installed wlllii . , n,,.u,i He i lounago about thorn to flioiiincw m !' ; , u . ull Pionty of business. Look-1 cNtrutlon or rupii" i" " " OommeitccH With I'loinl-sen oi Imtko Kiirollmei't STAGE ALL SET FOR OF Ihe future, many of tho farm- f io incroaBo tho number 7 cows kept, as woll as othor pi farm livestock, Thero Is general sentlmont In fnvnr nf lne Ine ncreago of alfalfa by jr0 grain, corn, clover Everything is ready for the rlng- ... . . .1.. .i.nni i, nil next Monday . " w..., v.u.w. inir OI lllu dwiiuui ww.. .. iea land now In sight thoro of vacation to tho bos nnd girls oi h.v ? fli'Pment for mak- Ontario During tho past wcok sovcntcoii Malheur County Farm Iluroau women havo boon training to bo volunteor loador In tho dross form project. Kach woman mado a "botty" for liorsoir under tho supervision of Miss Kuth Corbett, Home Demonstration agent of Josophlno County, who was sent to our county for this work by the Oregon Agricultural Collego Exten sion Sorvlco. lly making theso forms the women prepare thoniBolves to aid other women of tholr coinmunl tics. With' those, willing loadors and tho Interest manifested by tho othor women who saw tho forms mado II In reasonable to oxpect that many dress forms will bo mado In tho eight communities which havo mado this projoct port of tholr goal. On Monday tho Nyssa and Owyhee women mot at tho Nyssa school, and tho following mado dress forms; Mrs W. II. neam. Mrs. 0. C. Hunt. Mrs Lax, and Mrs. Stubbs, Tuesday a group ofvwomon met at tho home of Mrs U 0. Itoborts in tho nig Ilond ondlnado a form for Mrs. Huberts. Tho Hlverdulo and Oregon Slopo women mo.t with Miss Corbett on Wednesday at tho Park School, and forms were mado for Mrs, W. I Davis. Mrs. Harry Lattlg. Mrs. Jonas Mown. Mrs. Bplcer and Mrs. E. J. Patch, . , , Mrs II. D. Lytic, Mrs. Donning and Mrs J F. MiUor of Vale construct ed "bottles" under the supervision of Miss Corbett on Tnursuay. .. .- MANY CASES SET FOR TRIAL IN FALL LERM Four Tine lldlN Itetiii licit lty (Jiand .liny 'h cspimN Cuhcm To He Heaiit Water CiixtH Enleieil On Docket. Judgo Dnlton Ulggn called tho fall term of tho District Court nt Vnlc on Monday when thn Grand Jury was sworn In for thn Investigation of cohch brot before It by District At torney H. W. Swnglor. The Grand Jury returned four Indlctmuuts three of which aro not mado public, tho other wns that churgliiK John Duo Cory with burglary of tho Parish sec ond hnnd storo. Tho trial Jury wor nworn on Tues day and arguments wcro heard In tho casa of T. II. Mooru vs. II. C. Bm It'll. Many other cases wcro set for trial and a long hard term Is In prospect. Prominent on thu cnlendor Is tho number of cuses arising out of tho adjudication of tho wntur rights or tho Malheur rlvor, whllo second to them Is tho list of trespass cases. WEI.KNOWN LOCAL HACK IIOHHK dii:h aiti:h might illnkhh Hod Cross Moly, tho prldo of 11. If. Tunny's string of bang tails died Tuosday following a brief HIiioah Tho llttlo, horso caught cold at the met. an incci nntl ueioru sua cuuiu ue brot to Ontario pneumonln developed and she died Tuesdny morning. Molly was wol known to ovory raco horso man In thu valley for she had taken nart In many raros at thn county fair nml had run on practic ally ovory track In this section. Her original imiiio or Atony was changed In 1317 when sho was given to tho Ontario Chapter of tho Itcd Cross by W. II. Jenkins to bo auc tioned during ih first bis drlro for funds hero. Mr, Tunny bid her In for J100 and slip returned mnny times that amount to him In prizes. AMERICAN LEGION TO ' GIVE DANCE MONDAY Ijibor Day Diincn and Nit-MUni Mntrli Plnniieil lly Ih-kIoii ."Men To AnsM in OimpnlKii I'or Club Hoom nnid Tickets Out MnmbarH of Ontario Post of tho American Loglon havo tickets out for a big donco to bo glvon Monday ovon Ing. This so far Is tho only ovont of Labor Day. one of the holidays that Is not obsorvod in unmrio. Tho legion mon are giving tho donco to Incroaso tholr fund for thn furnishing of club rooms, for which n start has been mado, but which Is far from tho finish. Tho dancors will bo glvon n real athletic treat In addition to tho op portunity of onjoylng tho dnnco. A wrestling match botweon diet Camp, tho Dolso favorlto n.irt Juck Miller of Beattlo has been arranged and a good bout Is assured. It Is tho purposo of tho mon Io provldo a placo whoro Loglon mon can gathor and onjoy n social hour, nmi iiinrn tills In n Junction point mnny visitors nro oxpociou ami mo boys want to bo ablo to ontortaiu thorn properly. Several citizens havo mado donations to tho fund nnd ntiinm would of course bo welcom ed, tho tho boys are not out with a list or asking ior assisiuucu. MANY HKK HOVH TAKK L1WHONH IN (HVINO AID TO DHOWNLN'O Joseph Hod.'iufl, from Hcd Cross Henduunrtors In Scatdo gava a first aid In tho wntor demonstration at lho river last Thursday afternoon to an Interested nudlcnco. At tho closo of tho demonstration. ho gavo life saving tests to sajno of tho Junior boys. Four boys passed tho tests nnd nro untitled to wear the 1 If o snvlng omblem: Italpli Mc culloch, Honald McCrloghl, Donuld ramer, KUgar ioritcr. IIAV PICKS UP I.V KAHTKHN MAHKICTS Tho Markot Heportor under dato of August 28 quotas baled hay nt In creases of from I1.7G to $4.00 por ton In middle western markets. Al falfa meal advanced ono dollar por ton at Kansas City whoro It Is now quoted nt $3C 00 F. 0. II. at thu mills. No 1, baled alfalfa Is quoted on tho samo market nt $30.60 TAXATI SUBJECT OF MEETING Paul .Minptiy, Kdllnr of Tax Libera. tor To AildiONt Mm-IIiiu At City Hull Monday Kteiiluir, nt 8 w'CIim k Kutjoiii; Wolronir Paul Murphy nt Portland, editor of tho Tax Liberator will bo In Ontario on Monday evening to nddrehs n mooting of ranchers nnd business men on tho subject of tnxntlou nnd haw taxes will bo nffocted by tho pro posed Initiative bills, Mr Murphy is ono or ma kcoii studouts of government In tho stnto and has boon keeping In touch with thn rmiirni movements over in state of Oregon so will bo ablo to loll Malheur mon Just what Is In storo tor them It some of tho meas ures proposed carry. Hlnco thoro Is no taxpayers leaguo In Malheur county tho meeting will consider thn advisability of forming one so that deflnlto and enncortod action cnu bo taken to apply tho brakes on the presenti tendency to mako tho sky tho limit of tnxntlou. A general invitation Is Issuod to ovory cltlzon Intorcstod In public af fairs to attond tho meeting, especial ly are the ranchers of tho county urged to bo present with tho busi ness mon to consiuor what should no dona to solve tho problom of taxa tion In a fair and importlni manner- DIOLOfllST HOH.V AHIUVR8 TO POISON GOIMIKIIH Mr. Evorott E. Horn of the U. 8, Hlologlst Survey arrived tho first of the week to toko charge of the Farm Duroau drlvo on pocket go pbors as requested by tho Vale branch. It Is planned to organize a crew under Horn's direction nnd mako a systematic campaign, begin ning at a point aboit midway be tween Ontario and Vale and movo up tho Malheur Valley. Horn Is now busy experimenting number of different poison mVAlchwM l" ,nsh nnd anU,0Mrs. A. A. Doubrava on r rdny to muh in ' r Ul,8 tne of X?" ".ifef,1'' e.oo?8 a'vo reached tho city and ,, demonstration; Mrs Axt y a As soon as this Information is T? l be awMred for a. num. ... i.. Wnrk for tho yoar..,m. .. ?."""'? "i?I. ...rn,. in mi. - -- -iiiihiiiiiiii iiiiu i u ii i iui iit"i .. .., i m u i u mi vn i it-i-i nil ti nil uu iuui uup llvostock .... nn Saturday a meotlng was uu . . Starting today tho mombors of the' t tllQ arango Hall at Cairo, ami , from t,,0 a e, rUctlon of crops nig!," si, oor,ty under thodS lh i . w..t iiiu uuiiur anils llltn dm l.n.nu, rn..n uctlou anil stihiiiTi. n,n iloi. I'l'e comnlunlty. ''AHM I1UHIUU8 1'AH.M FKDKIIATIOX. lun.v0v.' presllent of the Mai- r"". rami Huronu nttnnilml nnVlle Presidents of East n farm b.. , r on Monday p0r somo tlmo CmS..hiLbe!n row, Hon a Ti. -"""?"n" Ior Ithm . . . luuiy oureaus armiroblem,, of Importance " of mi the counties icau Wtni EX-SECRETARY WILSON DIES Portfolio In Cabinet Hold for Fifteen Years Under Three Presidents. Traor, la, James Wilson, former socrotary of agriculture, died ut his homo bore. James Wilson was head of tho de partment of agriculture for 16 years, during which ho contributed largely to the pheiiomeutul agricultural do velopmcnt of the United States. Ills long service In the cabinet constituted a record. Albert Gallatin, once soc rotary of tho treusury, had previous ly held tho record with service of near ly 13 years. Mr. Wilson's sorvlce, howover, was notable for tho constructive work which It Included, rather than for the remarkably long time which ho held the portfolio, with ocmpletu accept ability under three preeldonts of di vers temperaments McKluley, Hoose velt aud Taft. RIG CASH PRIZES FOR 92011 WILL IHJ 01VKN TO HKHT Ol'TLAW ItlDKIt IN KLI.MINA- T I ) X C O N T K H T DUItlNG I'OUK DAYH OF KAIK MANY LOCAL RIDERS ENTER Pilzti I'or Wild lloi-no lUico Will llo ir.i wiilln Tlilril Sinn Will Draiv Down An Hi en Century If llicronscd nionev nwnnW will draw tho best riders who ovor sat on tho hurrlcuno deck-of nu outlnw cay uso at a Malheur Courtly Fair, thon tho prizes hung up for tho olovonth annunl exposition will furnish tho thrills or n life tlmo. At n recent mooting of tho Fair bonrd it was determined to rnlso tho onto on thcso ovents and tho follow- Ih.. .Il..l-In.. -. .1.- . . . iiik iinmiuu ui ma uik purso wns mnde: first prlzo S200, socond orlzo I1G0: third 1100. To win oltbor cf thoso tho riders must bo In tho elim ination contest from tho oponlng dny and rldo ovory aftornoon. Vlco Presldont V. T. Horrott, nnd Secretary W. II. Doollttlo already havo rccolvod a number of ontrlos for this contest and rll from Malheur, Harney and (Irani Counties of Ore gon and frahl Payette and Washing ton counties of Idaho. This Is what tho board wants, rldors from this sactlon, rather than outsldo profes sionals, lly kcoplng tho contost within local bounds It Is bollovod that tho art of buckaroolug will bo an rnuragod hero and tho permanency of tho exposition onhnucod, and anyway, there aro many flno rldors, capablo of holding tholr owa with tho host of thorn, who Iy within tho r3sa of Ontario. Prizes For Itopem Too Thoro will also bo gonorous prizes for tlio lurlat artists, with an elimina tion contost In this ovont, too. Tho purso In this ovont Is so sot that It will bring out somo of tho nlftlost ex hibitions ovor staged horo. Thoso aro but a fow of tho field ovents to offered before tho grand stand every day of thu fair, tho com ploto list has not boon finished hut a sufficient numbor bus been secured to Insure four of tho blggost enter tainments ovor offered In this territory. LECTURERS ANNOUNCED FOR TEACHER'S WEEK Foi liter HiiiK'ilnlenilrut of Hcliools II. H. DoukIiinm Ceming: to lU'prciiout Htnto l'nlell(y nt Iiulltute. MEMBER AT FAIR FIE Annunl HxposllloiiH Will Piovo In spiration To WorkeiH, While Their Exhibits Hooht Fall- ,e" '""' .".r.tn. J. M. McDon aandcipaiayHoucheMmvo been busily engaged Hi JW"1" " tho high school pupils and assisting thorn In tho selection of course s o i study This is an Innovation In the choois hero and will result In . .J Ing possible an earlier star in o class rooms for practically all of the students will be fZ? MAncdcoyrd.nB to the early reg.stra tlons the number of PuP"?np"lfha Ight School will bo greater than over before and thruout the entire school Bystem a large Increase in en rollment is predicted. i xfr Amldon. canals, io nu ma muiiiii m ox and Mrs. Anu"u'. , , buld 0'u tremendous task, ono which will Anv woman who wishes io uuuu n(.Pmniiiiheil without ovor- form will bo assisted by one of " icomnK ,nany difficulties. ....,.nr leaders. Slio suoum bv u with lho leader, order the Pl o? of Paris and arrange for a de monstration. Orders for plaster will he pooled In. them. 223 Miles An Hour by Plane. Atlantic City, N. J. "Tha Texas Tho Malheur County Agricultural Association has presonted ovory act lvo Club momber In tho county with a ticket to tho County Fair. About ono hundred and sovonty-fivo boys and girls received tlckots. Tho officers of tho Agricultural Association feel that tho boys' aud girls' exhibits will help make this tho biggest and best Fair tho coun ty has over had. More than seventy-five girls will exhibit tholr sowing, and twonty-flvo Among tho lecturers who will he In Ontario next weok to address tha meotliiga of tho Malheur county teachers Institute will bo Prof. II. It. Douglass or the University of Oregon, formerly superintendent of schools In Ontario. Mr. Douglass who Is now a mem ber of tho faculty of the university attached to tho department ot educa tion, Is representing tho Institution at Institutes this tall, satd Mrs. Fay Clark Hurley, county Buporlntoudent ot schools In nnnouucolng tho list at lecturers to bo present ut tho local Institute Among tho othor locturora will bo, Dr. J. F. Hrumbaugh.profossor of phychology nt O. A. C, and Profes sor Colomau of tho samo institution, who Is a speclullst In physical train ing. Tho othor lecturers to bo pres ent havo not bosn namod by tho In stitutions requested to sond repre sentatives, nt louat Mrs, Hurley hus 'not been Informed who thoy would lho. Specialists In penmanship Irom mo Pulmor school ot Portland aro comlug and also a primary specialist trom tho Tortland publlo schools. Parent TVarliers to Mct-t On Wednesday nfternoon the Mal eour County Parent Toacbors Asso ciation will havo chargo of tho pro gram, and representatives from all tho circles aro urgod to bo present whon the program opons at 1:30 tor there will bo many Important matters to bo considered. Tho Instituto will continue for throo days, Boptombor 8, 9, and 10, HiaNTON'H QUIOKHILVEH II WINH MATCH HACK HANDILY Tim annrtlne blood of tho race horso fraternity Is gottlng warm ' preparation for tho ran campaigns at tho various county talrs and round This weok down at ino ruir ups ground tho first match raco of the soason was Btagod whon "Qulcksllvor II", tho nianton runnor won handily from "Tramp" owned by a man named Amond of Mlddleton. Tramp wus recently purcnasuu m "" '. !,.. -I l. ffl-l. will avl.ll.lt l.rnn.l Jruill" wun iwin r'"".7.: Wild Cat" an ulrpluno entered by S. i"""""' -...- -. --...- Pendleton whore tie nau uoon run WUU mi, Ull uiijuuuu o,....... wj . i i -nvn TlnvH will tltiinlnv corn I .....,. i... ffi-lnt.a nf Dm lima. M.... H..w. ..-- ,.-. , IUKU1I1HI lllO uonv IH.W..MB" w. ..w uiuu una country wiin puonoiuoimi - cess. Originally tlio race was io imvo . ...M Lalwaan Trftmn flTlfl llfid ..!.. .,i nA.,ii, neon mil uvi.. "-. "":,,-.- B. J. Cox, Texas oil magnate, In tho Qordon Bennett cup races, to bo held In Franco, Soptember 27, has attulned a speed of 223 miles per hour In secret test flights nt Mlnoola, Lone Island, Cox announced horo. and potutoes, and Livestock membors will exhibit pigs, sheop, F. J. Clomo Is reported on tho I sick list this woek. Cross Molly, but When tho latter died, nninkllver was substituted with sat isfactory results to tho local sports- Imon.