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TnE ONTARTO AROUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 19.19
. K. AIKEN, Kdltor and 1'ulillslicr
Published Thursdays at Ontario,
Oregon, nnd ontorcd nt tlio Ontnrlii
post of(lco for distribution us 2nd
8UB3CHIPTI0NS Ono Year $1.G0
Tlio sessions of tlio conferonco now
nif'otliiR In Washington nt which cap
ital, labor nnd tlio general public arc
roprosoiitcd may bring about n great
olinngo In tlio economic llfo of the
American pcoplo Tlio effect of thnt
eonforonco can not bo forosccn nt
Hut, according to tlio reports mndc
public tlio conferee nro far from
Hgrcomont nt tlio present tlmo. Tlio
principal bono of contention Is that
of the right of colloctlvo harganln
Ing, or unionism. This Is n problem
that b nil too llttlo understood by the
public, generally, nnd nbout which
tbnrn Ik inoro loose thinking than
uny of our great nnd pressing social
In this day and ago thoro nro fow
who hnvo tlio temerity to deny the
right of cnllcctlvo bargaining thru
union officials. Hut many of thoso
who havo bcllovcil In tho right of
tlio prlnclplo do not subscrlbo to the
pniolleo resorted to by unscrupulous
union men; any mora than they hiiIi
surlbo to tho actions of ouually tin
scrupulous employers. Hoth thoso
clnswes exist, and therein Ho the
danger to which tlio geuornl public
During tho past two years the
ptibllo has bocoino frightened. Tho
word strllio sends a shudder over tho
body politic. Somehow pcoplo have
the notion that laboring men llku to
strike, that It Is their fmorlto or
oupatlon, so to spook.
Nothing could bo farther from tho
facts. Anyone who him lived long
and Intimately with laboring men,
ospoolnlly ono who was raised In tho
homo of n union man, knows better
than that. The four of mi Impend
lug ntrllio Is an over prosont shuddow
over tho happlnoss of tho wives nnd
children of union man. Tho strike
Is tho weapon of duspnrutlon. It Is
tho court of Inst rosort to which tho
laboring mail that Is tlio rlit
thinking ronsorvutlvo laboring man
tnkos his case In an effort to securu
Thoro Is Just ns great n degree- of
lovo of homo In tho minds nnd hoarts
of tho laboring men, union men In
eluilod, as thoro Ik In the other homos
It Aniorlca. Tho laboring man Is
n trim to his family ns nny man
Ho Is as loath to soo them suffer and
to bo deprlvod of tho uocotltloH of
llfo thru his ngoucy ns n strlkor, ns
the OHpltnllst would bo to soo his off
spring suffer thru his own actions
It Is this basic human trait that
will illsunlvo tho difference betwoen
eapltal and labor In America. Union
moil haa not gono mud uvun tho
porno of their leaders hnvo lost their
hoiibo of proportions, And. too, the
loaders of public opinion hnvo brut
many of tho bourbon directors of
capital Into lino for a morn human
IMilloy In dealing with thulr men.
Itoal progress has been mudo on
both sides or tho quostlun, especially
since tho IntrodUL'tlou of the public
Into tho nronn of dolmto. Much ro
inulnu to bo done, and that will bo ni
coinpllshod In time, to put an end to
slrlkoH which threaten Hi llot of
all tho people
Nollhor ospllal nor labor can af
ford to Ignore the public and Ishor
must rid itself of Its radical leaders,
lis uuAmsrieHU socialism, Its death
throaloiilng coercion and Its Immoral
sabotage. Capital must ohango Its
notions concerning Us omplo)is, and
not trewt men as tho thoy were a
mnro oommoillty It must remem
ber thnt Its corporate body ovists by
virtue of laws made by tho people
and that tho creation of tho people
Is not greater than those who mad
OUT HTAIITKI) NOW
To mnko tho 1920 Mainour County
Fair tho kind of a Fair that every
good friend of tho annual exposition
wnnts It to bo there should ho some
thing doing right now.
Every dny now tho papers tell of
tho formation of plans for next year's
Fnlrs. Over nt Wclser they nr.o talk
ing of building n permanent plant
for tho stnglng of their Hound-Up.
Holso Is considering plans for eclips
ing Pendleton as a Hound Up city,
whllo tho Stnto Knlr board nt Snlom
has Its plans underway already for
Tho directors of tho locnl Knlr
havo always been hamporcd by a lato
start which effects tho mnnngoment
all tho way down tho lino. In the
first plnco until tho now board Is se
cured no start can bo mado on the
premium lists, and thnt In turn pre
vents tho ranchers arranging their
planting for exhibition purposes. If
tho rnnchors nro nwnro of tho prlros
during or before tho planting season
thcro Is no doubt that many would
mnko tho offort to win thru special
Orcgotm record of putting tho first
car of clothing on tho trnck for the
Armenians Is not to bo wondered nt
Oregon First has become n habit
Let's repeat In tho Hoosavclt drive
I)i:i:i.S AND PATENTS HECOHHEI)
IN COUNTY CM'ltKH OITICE
SEPT. i!l TO OCT. I.
John Cannon to Harry P. Klmo.
Lots 1 to 7 III. 0, Hlversldo Adn.
Oontnrlo Sept. 2fith. 1910. $4.00.
(' 8 Willed it ux to C. U. Hall.
SE'.iNEU 2n-n.1-ri8. Juno ISth. 1010
Ed Jonkens ct ux to ('. E. Hall,
813 M, nn.3G-.T7. May 28th 10 If.
U. 8. A. to Frank 0. Stauffer.
81&NWU NEUHYVV. 8V tt Ni-3 It .
nn-2i-:t7. Apr. 2r.th, isos.
Krsklo Wood ot ux to Frank W
Hull. NliNWV't. 2r.-18.4R. 0-2:i 111
Jordan V..!luy Hotel Co. to N (I.
Kohlnson, Lots 17. 18, 10 8ubd. "0"
HI. C of Pioneer Adn. Jordan Val
ley. Kept 1st, 1010. $1G0.00.
Mary J. llallock to Henry J. Ityau
ot UX, NI4.NEU8EU, 20, 18, 4(5;
U, H. Springer to 8. A.Mlooth, Eots
1 to 10 HI OS Ontario. 0-20-10.
O. E. Jenkins et ux to Flnronco E
Woodcock, 8V48EVt NW',8IUi
SWWN'H',, 22, 111, 10. 0-25-10. ft.
IT 8. A. to Orion I). Mason,
mVtfSnU WHNI3U NEUNWVi.
14. 20. 44. Juno 9th. 1910.
Hon I.. Duvnll ct ux to W. P. I)u
vall. N'ANEVj. 10. 18. 40. 0-20-19.
U. 8. A., to Tomplotnn Hlco, SKIJ.
0; N16NKU SKHNKVt NICWSKVi.
7, 17. 40. 0-S-10.
IT. 8. A. to Wostley Olbbmist
KMNKU NKViSKV, SS: WVtWfc.
23; NWV4NW4. 20, 13, 10.
Oregon Woitorn Col Co. to Clin
eon P. Trow. WlftXKVi NKU8I4U
8WH 9. 18. 47. 8-30-10. J 1.00.
Clinton F. Trow et u to Everett
Wisdom. W!$W48ICs8WVt 9.18.47
Kdmuiid Hutlor to Edgar 8. Fori
nor. S 3 ooros of liViSE'-iNKMNKV,
4, IS, 47 Oct. 1st. 1919 $.'.00.
O. A. Cobb ot ux to Mux (iHhauor
ot ux, Lots 3i HI. 2 Nelson's Adn .
Vale. 9-22-19. 110 00.
Edward Woodcock to l.'nruch' v
Fred I.ocoy, 12-11-18. WHNKVi, II:
SKHSWVi aWVtSEVt. 11. 13, 39
V. 8 A to Ernest I.ocoy. NMi
NISVi, 20, 13. 39. Aug 29th. 1919
J. H. Onffumn et ux to Mary E.
Ilerron Lots 7. 8. 0, HI 8 Hadloy's
3rd. Adn. Vale, Maroh r.th, 1913.
Mary K. Torron ct vlr to I.olu Har
rou Oak os Lots 7. 8, 9, HI 8 Hadloy's
3rd. Adn. Vale. 9-29-19. $10.00.
Martha A Huffman et lr to N'.mcy
O. Itutbeifnrd, Eots 19-20 111 30 On
tario Oct 3rd, 1919. $1300 00
Mollno Farms Co. to Frank H
Stephens on SWUSWUSKli, 22, 10
43 2-20-19. $1.00
Sowuour II. Hosh et ux to O F.
M.d-'d . Lots 1, 2. 3, 4. See 8
20 47. 10-2-10. $7000 00.
Seymour II. Hoss ct u to O
Walter Haldol, recovery of Money,
First Nnl'l, Vnlo s C. F. Ashford
& Jns. Frost, recovery on noto for
It. N. Standflold vs O 8. E. Hy. Co
Mnti'higo Licenses KnuoiI During
Arthur Edward ltoblnson
Mnry Edith McDonald, Sept. 30
Walter I lo eland Howling
Edith Adelln Thorley. Oct. I.
Wayne Downlt nnd Mnurnc Hrown,
IK W O HOWE
Tel. 117 Ontario, Ore.
SMtANSFEH, HAdQAUE AND EX
PIIESS JOHN EAND1NOIIAM
DR. A. R. ROBERTS
llclvtrrn Ontario Pharniary mill
DRS. WKESE & FORTNER
0 to 12 nnd 2 to S
Offlco over First National Jlank
folcphouo No 33 J. Ontario, Oro
Itnuchers who hnvo marhlucry
must keep them In ropalr
All kinds Machinery
Wn spnclullzo on Pumps and
Our Prices Are Eight.
MARSDEN MACHINE SHOP
F. E, Brittingham
Long Di.stniit'o Ilnuls
Phono 157-iM. Ontario, Ore
W. 0. JONES
'' Licensed Undertaker
Day phono Night phono
Now opon for business
WEIX COOKED FOOD
Open 0:30 a. m. to 12 p, m
Tlio memory of Tbeodoio ltooso
ult will always bo an Inspiration to
Americans, In fact to men of ovory
laud. While ho was a grout cltUou
of tho world, and so lecoguUed dur
ing his llfo. ho was first and Inst an
If there is wn thing Hint America
needs today. It Is a Imptlsm of the
spirit of ltoooelt lie lived as ho
preached his Amorlonulsm. For him
thoro was no dildod lojnlty. There
vwis for him but ono Hag, the stars .vsKlj, IS, IS, 17.
and stripes, and hut one Isiikuhko. uny $20000.00.
thnt of the Declaration ot imlepoml
auco, Tho funds for tho Hoosoudt me
morial will bo raised, thru the efforts
of the common people whoso cham
pion ho was. Malheur county has
boon given but u small sum to raise,
and It should ludeod bo deemed nit
honor to contribute to this-great nnd
MfCurdy. HVj SRWNWH, 7.20,47
A. 0. MoKluuon Win & Frank Mc
Eldowiioy ,(. Oen. W. Hrlsdwell to
John A. Eawieuco. SVsSWSUNEU
Frank H. Oleou et u to llupiuh
W. McElroy Lots 11 to 14 111. 7
llandloy's 3rd Adn Vnlo Sopt 17th.
1919. $75 00.
II. I.00 Noo Sheriff to Annie Ken
edy. 2-3 Int, in SRU, 17. 21. 41.
Complaints In CVreult Omit 1'llc.I
Portland Mercantile Union vh
is me wet weeuner
service uniform for
the regular men
ylio make every
Look for tho -v I
Reflex Eclg'tf .-r.
Dolsn M " Ctttll..te4ll
iWcsii.ji rrn jfets:
Tho liogluulnB of almost e.ory ser
ious disorder Is constipation If you
i..uit to t-iijuj buwJ ;.c..., Keep your
bowels regular. This is best ac
complished by proper diet and exor
cise, but sometimoa a medlclno Is
needed nnd whon that Is tho case you
will find Chamberlain's Tablets mo
ojkcollont. Thoy nro mild and gentlo
lu tholr action, easy and pleasant to
tako. Olvo thorn a trial. They only
cost n nuartor.
w J cT
There's nothing like a cup of Folger's Golden
Gate Coffee with the noonday meal.
It's different in taste from other coffee and
You can afford Folger's Golden Gate it
costs less than two cents a cup.
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