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TIIE ONTARIO AUG US, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1920.
WHO HAS THE FASTEST FORD IN THE COUNTY? Climirn tif Konl Speedster to Demon. Mmlo Imiv Murli Hcetl Their 11 "1.1)" Cull Pioiltico dm Circular TrncJf. Who liNi the fnitrnt Konl In Mnl lionr county, unci tlio Simko Hirer Vlly? Tlml I the numtlnn lhnt V. 11. ftaples of the Konl (Junta would like to have answered. To secure Mil nnawrur hu bus of ferwl n puree of $100 for a ford took oar men to ho singed un n ad ded Attraction at tho county fair next weak. The puree wilt lie split three wnyg, nml n opportunity ulren for rani ipewl merchant to demon Irwto tholr nlilllty a prospective llMrnoy Oldflelds. . To got Into tho money Konl owners hoiild cut busy now nnd ontor the men. application should 1m made .tit Thn Konl Ottrnao thlH woek, If poetdhlo. IIOVM .M) (1IHI.S Wll.l II.WH DKPAUT.MItNT (Continued Krom 1'nno One) Home Kcnnomles toarher, Oniurlo, and MIhh Margaret Cowell, Home KcononiUs teneher Nysaa. Tho live stock will he Judged hy the Kalr As soclntlon Judge, nnd thn potato and corn exhibits will hn Judged hy Hip County Agent The heat of tho County Chtli ev hlhlta will he taken to the State Kalr and assembled for an exhibit there. ItltADt' TO ItlNfl t'P CUHTAIN Hlf3fll.riT KAIH KVHft STAWItl) (Continued Krom Page 1) All In all the main exhibition 1ml! will, Mill year b the surprise of the annual gnthurlng. On thin work V. V. Hlrkox has lieeu centering hla at tuntlon. Oionl l'liiKt'Hin of Mpurlw Vice President Herrett airt Boo reUry W. II. Doollltle have been lint tllng tho prohlem of furnishing the fair vlaltora with tho hlggeat pro gram ever aet before the grandstand, and they have succeeded In naaemb llng a aerlea of performances that will prove that they hare worked well. Of course the regulation, al waya enjoyed, hurkHroo sports will hold the renter of the stage. But the pony and hameaa races will be fighting for favor all tho tlmo. Then thero In to ho a long Hat of special acta lo raako the afternoon get hy with plenty of pep. Tuemlay will ho ehlldrena day and nil the school children of the coun ty will lie there to onjoy tho a port nml )hj the gueata or tho management. It will ho some tiny for the klila Tim Oniurlo aehnnla will he closed during Mm four ilaye ot the fair and HWCIIKItH HHINO PIWTKMKI) UV THIICVKS WHO DHIVKCAH8 Handlers along tho Ilonlerard are getting provoked, nnd justly ao. by the depredations being committed on their flelda, evidently by men nnd Imya who live In Ontario, at loaat the ranchers bolleve tholr mnrrtnidera are residents of the city. For some time past purlieu driv ing ears have raided n number of the orchards near the city ami mined far more property than thoy have taken awny with 'hem. It la the destruction, more than the value of the stolen fruit that has raised the ranchers' ire. and as the result some one la liable to be hurl Some ot the ranchers have deter mined to protect their property hy the only means In their nraseislon hut want the nt renders to h wavn cd, and have ashed Tho -A run to pasa tho word along. OWVIIKi: AMI .IOHDAN CttltltK SCIIVKVS AUMfNT CO.MIM.ltTKll According to an announcement h- I.e McAlllsler. field nsslsUtil to tli 8tto Iflngtneer, the surve-a of the watershed of the Owyhee Hlvor and Jordan creek are almost complied and the claimants of wntar rights on both these atreams are notified to await word from the state engine- as In (he time nnd plaeo for tbcflt Inp of their claims. Willi the work thus far nroreaet the time will soon lie hero when the LOCAL PERSONALS Ira liieieriins -" " Ht'llOOl, ItO.VHI) HOLDS IIS ItKOfiait MONTHLY MKKTINO The regular monthly mooting of the Heboid Hoard was held nt the Rive tho Club boy nnothnr pit; aa a H'olnl prumlum. Tito Poultry Club hnya nnd glrla will exhibit n ion conalstlng ot into ronkoral nnd four pullets (elected by tho club momhera from his flook. Tho Potato projeot la represented by n Club nt Nyasa, nnd the hoys will oxhlblt n neck of market nota- loos. office of W. W. WihmI Tuesday even- Tho boy who lnttkea the highest nK. At thai time the report of Hup ecoro In tho Livestock or Crop pro- Lrlntendent McDonald regarding the Jecle will linvo tho trip lo the 8(ntolrniHn0 ()f the achool wha recelv Knlr. The re In tho Corn project mi. Is liosed on Urn exhibit ot ten eura, I Mr McDonald reported that the mid tho Final I'roject Itnport giving 'eurnllmeut In the fifth and sixth yield, profit on Investment, nnd riim-KrHIM whs such that to give the pu plnteiiaes mid nccurHcy or report. The Pg 0f these grades prnir Instruc IkhI of award In the Potato project ,im H divlslou would have to he made Is tho exhibit of n pook of market to permit or smaller clasaea. It wa potiitooa, and Klnnl Heport mIiuwIiik it(,trmlnMl to prepare an additional ylnld, profit on Investment, mid com-jroo, the ICaatalde sohmil and ein PIhIouom mid ncourncy of report. '.,ioy another teacher. In tho Pig Club tho greatest nv-1 'n, ,rd urged that every effort ortiKo gtiln In weight, tho lowest coat l0 ,im,i i eure tho noreeaary Hum of gtilii In weight, completeiieaa and ,or ot boys to qualify that Oniurlo ncfurtioy of ltoport Hook, nnd the ,o made one of the Iteaorve Offleora uxltlhll of best hog ooiiMldurlng pur- trnluhiK corps, peso It Is to Hurvo, iiiako up tho The boenl ilUtxtsseil the (itieatlon scorn. 'nf einainu ditrlnit the Knlr nnd while adjudlcntton of these waters wilt be iHMtitiviiiK the attentltlon of the tieo- n 'i'i.1'?6 !.,.Ur ' fnrorrr Intra will be held la not known now. one in the county. , lvlM1.i.,. . ..,.- wiii nit,s liefnre tltev can l presented to the state Tho girls' work will bo Judged hy, pome opposed It was finally decided Miss Inn Hcrlvnor. County Club Lend- to do so. since school work would or of Puyotto, Miss Chrlstlnu Abholt, probably he demoralised anyway. water commissioner. WILL ATI'IIVI) MHISTIVO OK IIHJHWAY CO.MMISSIONKH , Connlv JHdge K. If Teat will leave next week for Portland to attend the meeting of the State Commissioner to urge the letting of the contract for graveling ten miles of I he John Jnv Highway between Vale and Jamlesnn lie will also be there to urge the let Half "f ",n contract fr the construc tion of a bridge across the Malheur at Vale While More the rommls loners the Judge will ask that a temiMtrary change be made In the route ot the Oregon Trail near the Joseph raneh .on the lower lead Ox so that It will not lie neceasarv at this time to cut across an X0 acre alfalfa ranch. HKSOLITIO.VH ADOPTItH HY COUNTY THACIIHItS INSTII JTK llotiry Casldny left today for Cor vallla for his rocond yonr at O. A ( Mrs. I. ti. Oltvor of Mnlhuur rit Ix expected hore tills weak to spend lh" wlntor. Crawford Moore, one of Hoi k' bank presidents wna an Ontario Ih llor on Tuoadny. Mrs. Ivan H. Onkes has Invitations out for nn afternoon party to be held M the Oake home In ltlversldc to morrow afternoon. The Mondny llrldRO club met thltt week nt thovltome ot Mra. lvuti V. Oakea. Mrs. W. K. I Ionian won tho high score. Mr. and .Mrs. J. It. Hlnckaby en tertained nt dinner Tuesday evening in honor United State Sonntor (leo. 14. Chnmherlaln, Mr. and Mra. I. C Van Pettun weie tholr guesU. . Mlas I.hvIiio Smith eutcrtnlua .this v- iii.it nt a d'nnn parly In honor ot William Hlnckaby Who lenoe Satur day for Kugeno to outer his senior ear at I no uuivursiiy. Hue Had lor guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Hlnckaby. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hlnckaby, Mr. nnd Mrs. I-nruo Hlucknhy nnd Miss Marg aret Hlnckaby. Mr. and Mrs. Ueo. K. Aiken on tortnlnnd tho lunmlmrs of the I'orl nightly club at dlnnor InHt Saturday evunlng. After tho illiniHr three tables ot Ilrldgo were plnyml at wntch the honors worn won hy Mrs. W M OrclK nnd Dr. II. II. Whitney. Tho regular hossIoiis of the club will not commenco until tho first wuo' In Oetobar. Mrs. I.oyd It'ches of Portland nee Opal Parley of Ontario, arrived hero last Sunday for nu extended visit with relnttvoe nnd trlumlH. This Is Mra. Ittchea first visit to Ontario since her marriage mid alio Is balug welcomed hy a host of glilliood friends and clnssmates At O. II. 8. from, whloh she graduated with the class of IB 17. Her liushnnd Is eo rotary ot the Stale Editorial associa tion nnd Is now business manager of The Pax Liberator, lie Is one of tho woll known young newspaper men of I he state William Krnucls Socman, editor of tile Vale Enterprise, and Prod L. Sheets of the Ruterpilse staff were In Ontario this week engaged In com pleting life work on the telephone iliroctor In The Argus plant, a change of scenes having been uecoecary duo to a breakdown at' tho Vale shop. "NOW-A-DAYS" says the Good Judge w f i limn cim ki a nenp more sitiisiuciiou iromnsinmi cnew of this class of tohncco, than he cv'tr could get from n hig chew of the old kind. He finds it costs less, too. Tho good tohncco ttisto lasts so much longer he doesn't need to have a fresh chew nctu ly ns often. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell yon that. f Pitt up hi two sljlta W-B GUT is n long finc-cnt tobacco RIGHT CUT is n short-cut tobacco I' l 1 4-s-w-$4-H4t444-Hw-v4-Jw5-W444 ? I r See McFali and See fetter I i A ennv of the following resolu tions adopted at the recent meeting of the Malheur County Teacher's lias been received hy The Argus as fol io wa: To the teachers of Malheur Countv, assembled In the annual teacher's In stitute hold In Ontario. Oregon, nn the 1-10 of September. 1080. We, your committee oh resolution make the following report and ! commend the adoption of the sains- That a county nurse should be em ployed by the proper authorities who shall give her entire time to the siiwr vision or the health and physical wel fare nf the school children ot th's county. That a local circle of the Parent Teachers Association should l or ganised and supported In every achool district In Oils county. That we as teachers do all that we ean to secure an appropriation for the ranatrtiotlon of the Owyhee Irrigation Project by writing lettnrs and caus ing liUQlla and parents to do the aame. to each of our five members of Qongress. That additional exjiense funds should be provided by the County Court for the traveling expenaea of our county superintendent, the pre sent ullotment of fSOO.OO beiny In sufficient to meet I ho expense of traveling over a county eiiuVl In the Islse to the State ot Massachusetts, i That the salary of the State auper- Inlondi'iit be Increased to at least iftOOO 00 ami (hat ot the countv superintendent, to SSr.OO.OO theee salaries Uelug In aeord with advanc ed salaries In other Hues That wo as teachers desire to ex press our appreciation for the val uable suggestions and helpful Inatruc- f tlnna wiio have taken pari on our X; program i that we expres our thanks -X.lolho Ontario Commercial Club T.sdiool authorities and cttlona for otirtesles extended U while In the city. That we extend to our county sup . Intcudent, Mr Kn Clark Hprlcv nur t'pprecutflon for the untiring ef fort x which aha has made slnoe her lctlon. for the advancement of pub lit education In thla countv. J. M. MaDOXALD. Chatrmai1 I.OUI8 V. KBNNBDY It. J. DAVIS Committee on llesoliit'oiix MiW IlltlCU I'HO.Vr COINO I'P I'OU OI'I'ICK IIUILDINfi USK Dr. O. A. Poguend work started on a lirlok and couorote hulldliiR on the wostsldo or Oregon tdreot near (first H. W. to be used aa nn office building for himself nnd Spencer. & McNuiight. The bulldltiK will bo Six 10, so ronsiructwl that It can bo added to nt tiny tlmo. fjsSfeh" -' ii 5S)!uirS THE BORAX IN TIIE : & $ZStt0i ft SOAP THAT DOES THE WORK" $$$5 ' ',4 aVoRY K". S A-A MUIE-TEAM BORM SOAP CHIPS PULL THE DIRT OUT OF THE CLOTHES. WANTKD TO 1IUV Mures from 'itotol. Ontario boforo Mondny Sop- 1 1 00 to izuu peuuiis: tour to six tomj,or oq. 40-1 tpd. I'lirn mil nvu j. t. iinwj ui .uuuitr .Prices Willi Mode ii Kdi'UtifU Optlial Instill ncnts s x Your C'lillilifii'tt i:cs, ns . II as (It Old. r IV, m.ii s X Aio Safi In Our laic X V No limine. i(vpt vihi'iv Piof(vsl( mil .Scr Ices .ire diMictl "X Wo Absolutely tiimi.intcc l Our Wmk. 1 Pliouoo; Offiiv II7-.I, Hcoldcmc HIIMl $ T lilt. .1. A. -MclWl.L Uji-lKht SpcclulUt A Offlce: Hlncknby Jewell) Ktoit Ontmlo, Oregon 5, t44M-MM-MsM-i-H--3WMX$4i t -r-, rr W u. Millinery costs money. A Good Auto Top will pay for itself in saving- lints and comfort. The only place in Ontario to get AN AUTO TOP is $ SpgTTJiixx Auto Oo. Buy One Now lMPOUMUNO XOT1C1C , Notice Is hereby given that. Ip pur suance of Ordinance No. 23C. of the City nt Ontario. I have taken up and ImpouuUed the following dejcrlhci' ttiilmal found runulng at large with in the oorporate limits of tho I'M' at Ontario, In Malheur County. Slate ot Oregon. to-it. t Ilrown 11 or as, Nine years old, both feet white. Star In forehead branded thus (Kl on left shoulder Day Horse, smooth mouth, right hind foot white, biau.lc-a Cius ( Pit ) on Left Shoulder. N and that I will on the ISth lny of September, 1920, at the hoar of three o'clock P. M . of kUl day offer for sale and will sell above descrlhud anl mala at public aucttou to tb hlghem blduer, for rash lu hand, at Tin Kttgle Ilrery In said city nf Ontario Taken up this 18th d. of 8uptcm bw. 1910 Poetatl thih li.tb d.iv f .tptei-.i-uer, 1980 II. C. VAKMBIt. City Mar 1 u Are Down Quality Has Come Back xander has doittonalnited tlw above tvo statements and hundreds havo pro fited by roading our ads. 4Ie High Grade Suits . ' in all the Young Men's Newost Models and Fabrics. Not war timo substitutes and regulated cloths, but pure wool fabrics, either hard or &oft finished, in Browns, Greens.Grays and Mixtures. , $34.50, $38.00 and $42.50 While others are talking $55.00, $00.00 and $65.00, we go right along selling High Art Hand Tailored Suits at tho lower prices, made pos sible by cash buying, caIi selling, and tho willingness of the manu facturers and ourselves to do business on a closer margin than ever before. High School Long Pant Suits for the young fellows changing from short to long trousers. All the fads and fancies of the colhga chaps. Coats a trifle shorter and pants a little closer fitting aii tho colors, all the snap and pep. ' $23.50, $27.50 and $32.50 Siijt XANDER One Price Clothier Ontario, Oregon mm $sl4s$$i$$4