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OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
rieMng Rogae river la Increasing
la volume auJ a float of, gaaojiae
eewoonere, including the Ruatler,
Tramp and Dal la. are Lraueportlng the
park to Cooa bay for raahlprru-nt Tho
ma will bo heavy until the close of
Principal Event, tf thi Wi " -'
aaaiau inn iva( afaaj ia a iaiii n-
Briefly Sketch ftr Infor
mation at Our Header,
Harvesting baa segna tn tba Orande
La Grande la to bare a liberty ehor
a of approilmately 200 voire.
A MP.Odd rhf-rry rrop for ( ri - Milton
Prsawater country baa jusl been mar
Roseburg'a new cannery bagan oik
atloaa laat week with a run on Ingao
Sarriea A aaptlc tank for I'endlelon'a aew
aa will be conelructed aa aonn aa
Tbomaa Reynolds, aged II. waa
frowned Id tba Wlllaaiatte rler near
Tba planing mill at Meatbam. owned
ajr J I) t'aaey. burned to the grousst
With a loaa of $100.
Dallaa will toon ba almoat a preach
artaai town, all tba paalora but ana
leaving to engage In war work.
Tba 21th annual meeting of tba
Preebyterlan aynod of Oregon will
eel at Kugeno from Jul) -.: in
The Kilning aaaalon of Ibe Q
annual conference of ihe Methodist
cbunli will be held In Portland In Hep
The fu-i two cara of 111! wheal
from t'inalllla county ware shlpp- .1
from Adams and Kaatlanil alallona leal
week In II W. Collins.
Mawr (intra of Medford nan laaued ;
an ardor prohibiting the uae In pnlilli
aa pritair meelinaa of en) alien ill
aaay language In that rltj
With the labor ahortage no serious
thai rarmera cannot bandle bal ha)
crop, young woman hate hegun work
la tba rielda la aome parla of I, Inn
An average of almoat I per cent
of Oregon clergy bat a an her part It
or wllriftj clien up their church work
anil aie una engaged In army or Y
M C v work.
Hear orcharda in the mirth end of
Jarkaou ciiiintt a ill net ihe growers
a 0 per cant crop of good quallt.t
frul I while the apple crop wll1 aver
age &f per i nil
A break In Ilia A Una canal of the
I'taalllla projact. near llermlaton ilur
lag g atoriu put the in kjattaa ataieui
aa the project nut of rninwlssloii for
two or three daa.
After a waek of peralatant aearrh
la(. the bodt of eiuou h'orber
Who waa ilruaneu laat Hiimlat eteolug
la t'reaieui lake, about TO mllea aouth
of Reml waa found
Kuel dealara In Oregon who hare
01 inrneil In their reports to the
fuel auliiil.lflialli.il have mil, I lnl
ta do ao After that tkalr coal aup
Ilea will be cut off
Twenl) additional Oragou Agrlcul
turai lollega atudanla and fuur faculty
members making 44 persons la all.
ware aeul to Ihe spatial aodat train
lag lamp tilt h will open at Iba I're
Id lu Jult
At the realdeuce of a. P. Timber
lake lu New berg, the Koalofaon . Ian
gatbenil Siiudat from all over Oregon
for their annual reunion ami Steak
There were nearly a huudred person
City, Grant county, waa accidentally
hot and killed near that place by
Jaeee Graham. Graham aaw llorton
In ttaa bruah and mlatook him for a
boar, firing wltb a high power rifle
and killing blm Inatantly.
Drilling for petroleum will alert at
V.'aldport aoon. A company, which
haa optlona on 3000 acrea of land In
the tlclnlty of Waldpnrt, haa erected
ii derrick at a point one and one half
mile aouth of the olty, and la prepared
to drill to a depth of 1200 feet or more.
The atate highway department haa
begun graveling the aectlon of the Co
lumbia river highway between ('a
cade Locke and Hood Hirer A dla
tanoa of about 20 mllea la to be grav
eled at an eatlmated coat of 160,000.
The work waa begun at the Caaeade
Sergeant Porter W Benedict and
''orporal Henry F Temple, of the
Fourth company, Oregon military po
lice, aaalated by federal and Klamath
r'alla police officiate, arreated 20 men
for violation of the liquor lawa dur
Ing a 10-day period In and about
Confident that It can pave the
Salem Aurora highway with a cheaper
and belter pavement than the paving
companlea. the highway commlaelnn la
conalderlng moving Ita paving plan!
to the project, and commencing oper
ntlona In the aprlng. according to
Stale Highway Krigineer Niinn
(ioternor Wlthycombe called the
alate tax commlaalon together Mon
day for the jviapose of MrtRf on the
Mneai lou of how much extra nmnet
III be needed to conduct the atate
during the coming biennlum oter and
alHite the amount that will be allowed .
under the per cent limitation amendment.
rjjnncD prhnrytkrian church
There will be no service at tha
United Presbyterian Church thin com
ing Sunday owing to the Chautaao.au
Iter. F. E. Springer of the rollege of
Idaho will have charge of the services
the nest Sunday and wll probably be
In Ontario thru Auguat.
Pttnteroetal anarch of the Naiaraat.
Haa Irte .
H'. B. la llowers. D.D., PaaUnT"
Order of tig' I area.
Perhaps ron hare never thought of
It. bat this disorder la due to lack of
molsturw in tha reaiduaJ matter of tha
food. If you will drink an abun
dance of water, eat raw fruits and
take lota of outdoor exercise, you may
ba able eventually to overcome It en
tlrely. In tho meantime uae the most
mild and gentle laxatives. Strong
and harsh cathartics take too much
water out of the ayatam and make a
bad matter worse. Chamberlain's
Tablets are easy and pleasant to take,
and most agreeable In effect. Otre
them a trial
1 llll ! I
BB . iMMr- H
Sunday scheol 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Peoples Meeting 7.1C p. m.
Prayer meeting Thnrs 7.46p.m.
You are welcome to theee services
OATHOMC CHURCH OF TUN
8:30 a. m., Low Mass.
10:30 a. in . High Maaa.
1:30 a. m., Catechism for the boya
BUY W 8.8.
TDK ( l(HK(;TIt)AI, i III Id II
"The Onapel for an Age of I'ro
greaa" will be the subject at ihe
morning service at fl o'clock Sun
day school at 10 n. in A cordial
well nun- to nil
Herbert Livingston, Minister.
liAVTIMT i III in It
I . Professorial .
. . . Cards . . .
DRS. PK1NZING, VVEE8E
t to 12 and 1 to 5.
Office over Flrat National Bank.
Telephone No 33 3. Ontario, Ore.
Bible School. 10 a. in.
lilvlne Worship, 1 1 a. m.
U. Y. IV I' .. K:ir. p m
(loapel Service. 0 p. in
Prayer meeting Wednesduy. 9 p.m
Hev (has llloni, I'uator.
Kvangellat Hunt closed ills work nt
Two trainmen were killed, one waa Hptlat church Sunday night and
Injured seriously and Ibe fourth bad '"gular services will he resumed next
a inarveloua escape from death wlun Sunday.
tha bridge over the reaervolr at Hlver
till mi Ihe Kalacada line or the I'ort
laud Hallwa). Light A Tower com
pant, collapsed dt a section of a
freight trail waa being muted acroea
til IIHHHHT CHI lit II.
)K. W. O. HOWK
Real Gravely Plug has been
chewed for its real tobacco
satisfaction ever since 1831.
It's made the good old
10c pouch and worth it
I a I
J.HM at aVeVam.
Crwwy taafaae mwr A fengarif I
eiemera IwrAaierAaneeisVnairr paag
P. W Graver Tawacca Company
M M 1
fRANSFEK. BAGGAGE AND EX
Siiiuliiy School, 10 h in
Preaching, I I p in
Tlie S p. in. nertlce will he given
OragaM lias the lowest fire loss rallo oter to Hie ( lni llllillilltt
of all) alate In the lulnn In I ; I . iter Karl lUniia. Pastor.
Oregon sluod In null place in Oils ie BUY V 8.8 -
nuril and In a i ouipnruih clt (an tears I a alt HA1K
lias Jumped from the 4'd lo the first I 'or Sale M On Hand car. prl e
place of all Ibe alatcs This Is one fOOO.OO W. W Wood. Ontario. Oii-
r ihe ouistaadlng statement- Is the gun H
annual report of lusiiram e ('niiimie-
Phoaa 17 M
DOWNTOWN Ol ITCK
a MKiiitN iiiiva MTOKl:
sioner Wells Just being Issued
Knur peraone were killed ami three
persona were Injured when a faal lite
alork train on the O W H V crash
ei into aii automobile driven lit Karl
Minn at il goveroaBetil crusaing at
laatadr l.ncka ou Ibe Columbia river
highway. The dead are Karl uuii
tire. Margaret N'uuu, Frank Nunu of
I'orllaud and SS'allaie I'm e. of Ku
Hilling Ibe pasl aoat Ihire ajagftj i.
purled lo the alafa ludualrial aci nlriii
'omiulaatoii iJi actldenta. of which
iinir were fatal, as faUowa Hear;
tt alter Portland, coualrm nun ('has
Mill hell. Norlta I'orllaud. meat com
pant t Merita Baker. Iiiiuberlag.
II Itrooka. near lllllaboro. uon trea
IMiaaer, attempted lo hoard motina
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S. Marine Corps recruits.
APPLY AT ANY
SERVICE UNDER THIS
NOTICE OF Fl.Ntl- 8KTTI.KMI.NT.
Vollca Is hereby given thin the
undersigned admit i.'rtrator of tha oa
lata of James J, rosart, deceased,
has filed In tha t"unty Court itf the
tata of Oregon, fot the County ol
V.all.ev.r. his find account of Ms ad
ministration upon said estate nn.l
that mid final accur.t has been dul
set for hearing h' imld court on sui-
urdgy. the 20th day of July, 1113. a'
the hour of one i clock p. m of l.t
lay it the court house at Vale, Ore
r persons Inieirated In Ihe as:d
na'.Mte r.ra hereov n, titled to appeur
at -aid time and place and file Unit
objections In writing, if any their
are, to aald final account and contest
Dona and dated and first publish
ed this 20th day of June, llll.
J. R. Bl.AIKAHV.
Administrator of the Kidine
oi James J. ('ori-.rt, Dagt
Ike IhMtor Away From Home Wben
People ara very often very much
disappointed to find that their family
physician la away from home when
they moat need his services Disease
like pain In the atomach and bowels,
colic and diarrhoea require prompt
treatment, and have In many in
stances proven fatal before medicine
could ba procured or a physician sum
moned. The right way la to keep .ii
band a bottle of Chamberlain's Col r
and Diarrhoea Remedy. No physi
cian can prescribe better medicine
for these dlseaaaa. By having It In
tba house you escape much pain and
suffering and alt risk. Buy II now;
It may save life.
FOR 8AI.K -tlo-Cart In e.ccl..nt
condition Inuulre Mra J. II U-
la the thirty fifth weak of ik.Hi.ii. iiaiu
I'nuii taat Ike "Oregoaa limn in. PI gat (bat M the waters of 8um
agricultural college at (ortallls won ! kegff lake contain taluable mineral de
tha kiiiois for Ihe week with a re loiaita they will be aoikxl lo ineir
jarkable tleld of a't egga Igaaal ' held out lu conuiiiiun atioi,
Klncv lis im nptkiu .Noteinl,.-, I re, cited by Iflnvrnor t nh ri ninl.i
Iftti the Industrial aicidani . niniiii, .mm II ' I'eudleloii of Ouklaud al .
alou has iliabursad :t 404 :i7 4i out of i iid referred bt the gavaneW in ll.a
reelpts aggregating $4.4.ll.i.' j; or -isle land board Mr ivudi. ion is
bad up to June M tbia year, aciordliig I now eiperinienliug vtnli Kamples of
te the report lor ibr final vaar
The large farmers' elevator at Italea , r'ur the yeara lain and 1010 Oregon
atai.ou iwo in ilea waat of Miliuu on 'a ill hate available I m f..i Iba
tba O HA N Iracka. la naaring I-. uinut-iil of good roads accordlua
Cumpleiiou and lacka wol) the isaialla ' to a siaieinrul made in ijotemoi
lili.tcomba by State Highway Kagl
liner Nliaa i'hia total In, liides Ibe
balance of tha 000 road fund
tlou of addliloaai macbluait i,, be
rsailt fui Ibe annual hart est ruu
Henrt O Maliey formerly la chaise
of ciatkamas baiimit i,a lien, pre aih.Ii baaoaiee avallabli net t,ai
lautud la taa poailion of repieseiiialu Icial uid mon. t.n. Hal rell road
ot the I uited Hlaiea tl.li roiaa tad mon. tin- on quarter of a lull!
lag tor roada and ihe money from ih
automobile license lev fund
r'.i' the III wt time In Ibe hiatorv of
uragou. aad, aa far aa la known. In
lo tiiatort of Ibe aalion a woman
"ii lastalled aa lookout for the
ii'ie.i service M a, (ore I. eland, a
iialdeul of l.a I'lna lias been appoint
"d lo Ihia position on Ibe lleschuiea
'la'iouai forest, and has taken up her
dunes al Pauliaa peak alaiiou, one ol
the moat Isolated lookout points in
Ihe whole of central Orvgon ll.-i
ompaoiou la her I I teui old son
KU mouths ago l.nn olu couult war
just liegluaiug to euicigr lioia a 10
tears' sleep Toda.t it la one of lb
busiest eouiillea In the uorlhweat He
IVMgf -1 1 1 1 1 . and 3000 soldiers are build
lug railroads and felliug apiiue Kighi
aamllla aie belug operated In Ibe
roomy aud the big ball million doilai
mill at Toleao. it is belieted will be
completed by October next Auolher
big mill, it la believed will go tu a(
Waldporl In addition to Ibe api m .
aellvlilee aad railroad work. Iba bar
aad harbor tataroeaaieato ara aatfKty
el J LJM
J ta4iv 1 Saw 1 ..on L
f ajl "h- &
an tba Pacific coast, with aeneiai lu
pertisioii iu ikat pait of ilir roaatej
Tha Haker Cowmen tal lun u gg
pealad for aeaietance rroai the govern
weul ibiougfe Kepteseutatite itninoii
to retit ibe guwpiar valla.t iirigaiioe
) project luaplatioii ef wbuh woulu
walar a hon I la nan acres aasl ,n liakar
The slats game loaimiaaion of Obw
la making au affatl to gel that stale
atocked wiiu t'hiua pheasants Tue
l. lun Nini.r, . Kbeaaaal faim of vi
kaay, shipped tooo pheaasat eggs to
the game coiuuussiou tbsre lu ika pasl
1 ii In. at broke out la the hulah
lug ahad of the VWeteru (ooperagr
atunpaay lu Ml .lokus piaciuail.t lie
alroted Ike abed igtkar liu a large
amount of tha valuable uiarhiaer)
Tee loss la eeltwaled at between f
enu and ISO Ulie
Owing to the fact thai but ftiao.Ooo
of Ihe bond lasue of (1 .OV H aaked
f the i spilat issues cowwlttee by the
tale highway cowwiaslou has been
atithoriiad. little if any aaw road eon
atrui'ilou will be uadartaken la Klaat
ath couait ibis year
Big Ball Bearings;
L ALLEY- LIGHT engine is
-a equipped throughout with
extra large hall bearings.
No other farm light
plant engine is so equip
ped These ball bearings help
Lalley-Light to give
better light by helping
the engine to run more
smoothly. They save
fuel and oil. Thev cut
down friction and wear.
Lalley-Light brings better light
bright, steady, safe light to
every farm. It brings power for a
water pump, chum, separator, and
We will be glad to demonstrate Lalley
Light free on your place. Call for the
owners' testimonial book.
Uncle Sam pushed the clock jhr-d
one hour to give more light.
Take advantage of it. You owe it
to yourself and your country to muke
every minute count.
Use your car paitaenger or com
mercial to the limit.
Samuel P. Colt, president of the
United States K under Compai.v.
helped awaken the country to the
et'onoiuu value of the autoinohile
Isst fall. He said
Kverythinu on wheels must he
used snd mobilized.
"The automobile is second to the
railroads as an adjunct and supple
in eiiui v to them in collecting and
"Owners should use their cars,
both passenger snd commercial, mora
Make the most of your car by using
the tire that will extend its usefulness
to the utmost.
Use good tire Uuitad States Tires.
They last longest and carry you
farthest at least coat.
There g United Stataa Tire for
every car or truck-to guarantee un
interrupted service and greatest
Our nearest Sales and Service Depot
dealer will tell voii wki.h .. zZn
.. ...vu ,lK Will
serve you best.
United States Tires
re Good Tires
SKRVU-K CARAGK, N,.M. Or,u