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THE ONTARIO AHUDS, ONTAKIO. OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920
JUNTURA NEWS NOTES
Ueorgo Vnndorhoof, uno of tliu
pioneers of this county, aud now pro
prietor of tlio Commorclal Hotel ut
l'uyotto, Idubo was lu town during
tliu wuok on hla wuy to tlio Vuu coun
try ou buuluoaa. Ho reports liusluoati
uh ury good In l'ayotto.
Orrun McMullou of Urcwunv pusa
od throng town oarly lu tliu .mek on
bis wuy to outnldo points ulioro ho
was to BpunU tlio Fourth.
Jack Kdmuimon had tlio mUfor
tuno during tlio wouk to drlvo nn
uxu Into Ills foot whlla chopping
touod, and hud to linvu throe stitches
takuii In tlio lujurod mtmibur. Uut
ho Is Improving rapidly.
Mrs. Urovor C. Wndo, daughter of
A. S. Hlchuy, IMted hero during tho
wcuk, roturiilng ou Suturdny morn
lug to hor homo at Lawlstou, Idaho.
Jim Jonos went Hast ou Thurs
day morning with tbreo carlouds of
horses bolonglng to tho Jonos hand
and I.lvo Stock Co. Ho oxpocts to
Bell tbcm ut 81. Louis, Mo. aud will
visit a whllo before- returning.
Itulpli a. Hunter aud Elmer Hunt
er, accompanied by Jako Dean,
brought In two carloads ot mules
lust Haturday morning from tho Haul
William Wood from Wltcliltn,
Kansas was In town last weak with
Austin MoWllllain, tho wall-known
horsubuyor from l'ayotto, Idaho, aud
shipped out two curlods of niulos to
tho Hwcot-l'lpor llorso aud Mulu Co.
or Kansuii City, Mo. Tho mules woro
bought from Hunter Ikon, of llouluh
und woro up to the high standard of
C. A. Wottoratrom aud wlfo wont
to ('ratio on l'rlday'fl train for tliu
Fourth ot July colobratlou at that
point, and also to attoud n family re
union of tho Iluchanati family, ut
tho ranch at Uuehauuu Station.
Donald K. Mastomou and Kenrle
J. Steward, who attended tho Chntl
to ii i ii ii nt Uurns, returned liomu Mon
duy afternoon, having enjoyed tho
program, particularly Tom Skuylilll,
tliu Aiistrullan lecturer, poet mid -x-soldlor.
A. !'. Mustorsou wont down to Vulo
ou JVodnoadny to try u fow days ut
tho Springs there for tho suko of his
Mrs. Walsh, mother of Mrs. V.
Delsolo, who was In town visiting
during tho week letiirned to hor
homo ou Wednesday.
gon was lu town oarly in tho wcok
ou his wuy to tho ranch of Joo Do) or,
Ho has loased tho lattor's sheep for
a year, and will run thorn ou his own
raugo near Crowley. Joo lloyor loft
for Vale to work lu tho hayfiolds
durlug tlio rost of tho summer
Miss Holcu Audorsou cume up from
Ontario lust wook to upend tlio
Fourth at tho homo ranoh neur Vuu
Don Junes uud family and Miss
Adollno lllchoy spoilt tho Fourth
with a numbor ot others from Jun
tura ut tho Blue Mountain Springs.
Fred (Jurroy and family with tho
Missus Vera Ostor aud Crlsslo Ora
ham went to Mllldulo lust wook for a
Wilier BkluhB und family wtlli Joo
Blzenioio und his mother, spout the
Fourth ou u fishing expedition In' tho
country udjacont to tho l'orost llo
sorvo. Mrs. John 1. Joyce, who hns been
spending tho summer on Cottonwood,
eiimo to town the middle of tho wuok,
und loft for Ontario last Haturday
morning ,to moot bur slstor from tho
Kust and to spend tho Fourth bolow.
Father Frauds of Uurns paid a
hurried visit to, friends bore lust
wcok ou his way to his sheep camps
abuvo llouluh, after u trip to Chicago
with his lambs. Ho reports having
made a, good sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmar of
Vale, and little daughter, woro lu
town during tho wcuk shopping und
visiting from tbolr summer camp
Miss Margaret Murphy went to
Vulo tlio first of Inst wook to take
tho Teacher's examination, remain
ing butow for tho Fourth
Mrs. Upson and Miss Upson, who
linvo boon ongaged to touch the Jtin
tura school tho coming term, retui li
the teacher's examination, rumitlu
limtlou ut Vulo.
Miss (llennlo Kenedy anil brother
Arthui urrlved In Jtmturo lust Tucw-
day from lluvurtou, Ore., to visit h
fow days with their father. James
Konody. who Is omployed by tho
Towuslto Co i
Thoodoro lirock, Jr. and I lurry
Churchill, who have been baying for
lionn Jones, went with Itulpli Muster
sou uud llussull Itohurtson to tliu
Uluo Mountain Springs for tho
Tho Towuslto Co., which has u
crow ot about twonty men for the
baying season Is bolng held back
Homowhat by tlio changoablo nature
ot tho woather. It has rained a good
deal during tho past iuk und tho
rnuuborH near town are having tho
Joseph I), Clnypool ot WtMtfull
cumo up to Juntiiru ou TuosiUy uud sumo troubles
wum mot by his sou-ln-luw A. II. I Mr. und Mrs. Hoy Curry aud child
Vale whoro ho had gono ou soma le
Mrs. H. W. Wolcomo ontortnlncd u
numbor of frlonds on Saturday In
hutior ot Mrs. Urovor Mcl'ook who
is visiting hero with hor sister, Mrs.
h. P. Dulsole.
Amos Huuthler and Al Qruon woro
In town lutt SRturdiiy, Mr. ltoethler
went to Ontario while Al romulnod
Dave Ulonn of tho P. L. S. Co.
took tho train lust Saturday for On
tario for tho Fourth.
Mr. uud Mrs. George Itakor and
children wont to tho Ditto Mountain
Springs for tho Fourth, oxpoctlng to
remain for it fow day's outing.
(' W. Douglass, who has boon
working ou tho Jones and Allen
ranches for many months left for
outsldo points last wcok.
Father Francis of Uurns arrived In
Junturu oarly Sunday morning for
tho Sunday services hero. His car
broke down about twonty-fivu miles
out ot Drewsey und ho was compollcd
to walk to Drewsey through u dronch
lug ruin Ho und Daniel rjullugher
loft in tho lattor's cur on Sunday
morning for tlio scene of tho trouble,
taking fJoorgu Curroll of the Drewsey
Uarugo with them, wno made the nec
essary repairs. Ulshup MUlrath, Ills-
hop ot tho Dloccso ot Castorn Ore
gon arrived on Monday afternoon's
train, and wnM mot hero by Father
Francis, and thoy left Immcdlatcl)
for Uurns whoro tho Ulsbop Is to
Dounld MoKcnzIo loft last Frlda)
for Ontario In his Hup with his nieces
tho MImoh I.nno uud .Margaret Mc
Donald, and Mrs. D. W. Tlllotson,
for tho Fourth of July colouration.
When ho returns ho will bring Miss
Nettlo McDonald with him, uud she
will spend hor throo week's vaca
tion with hor parents near llouluh.
I). C. Nlckorson, who bought and
shipped two carloads of cuttle sumo
time ago from this section, returned
from Portland Thursday and went
up to tlio Drewsey soctlon to buy
Unlph Chambers of Drewsey cumo
back from below lust Haturday. Ho
was accompanied by Mrs. Chambers
und tho now baby.
Mr. It. II. Diinlop, the President of
tho Vulo Trading Co. wiih In town
last Haturday, visiting the local
Mr. und Mra. h. P. Delsolo and
Mrs. drover Mcl'eok and children
wero Sunday visitors ut tho Itlvuf-
BY THE DEMOCRATS
Lcaguo of Nations Indorsed
and Republican Senate
The platform is silent on prohibi
tion enforcement. Foremost among
the planks Is an Indorsement ot tho
league of nations aud condemnation
of tho republican scuato for having In
terposed "parllBun envy and personal
hatred" lu the wuy of world peace.
The Important plaukB sutuuiarled
arc us follews:
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Altttow who took him to tho Otis
ranch for a visit.
W. A. HobortMou uud daughter,
Arley, woro Junturu visitors Frlduy
morning. Thoy wero uceumpuulod
by Ml S3 Ilolon Drolls, of Dolso, who
was returning homo uftur u two
weeks visit ut tho Hobortsou ranch.
Kodarluk MoArthur and Duuvuii
FriiHor wero lu town tho middle ut
tho nk uttondlng to buidutWM uud
getting ready to go to tho Humidor
rungo with tho sheep. Thoy Iiuvh ul
lutiuents lu tliu Dluo Mountain.
John C Cordon, tho sheepnian
from Vale, dropped Into town Inst
weok. Ho wus trailing his whoop In
to tho Forest Iteesrvo.
S, II Corliss, from Crowlty, Oip-
rttn woro among thoxo who spent tho
Fourth nt Mllldulo.
On Sunday afternoon a numbor ot
pooplo gathered ou tho lawn of tho
W. It. Hodgtw homo for an Informal
Fourth of July picnic.
Itoy llnodo, son of Arthur 8. Ileede.
formerly of Drovsaoy. und now of
Portluud, arrived In town lust Frl
duy on his way to tliu ranoh above
Drewsey Hoy expects to look the
situation over, und It witlsfuctory
will go to work to farm the property
with Al Dsvls us partner.
Mrs. David F. Oruhum entertained
u numbor of frlonds nt her homo on
Donald Mcl.eod was lu town dur
ing tho week, ou his return from
ji Chiropratics Gets Results
Where Other Methods Fail.
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PXITHD PHUHItVTintl.W (MIUIICII
10:00 A. M. Dlblu School.
11:00 A M.. Worship.
Subject "Tho Psalm of Psnlms"
S 00 P M , Worship
'IVi.Nlgbt, Thurhibi), Jul) H
Christ lo Coiui'.l)
Filduy, .Inly Dili
MrMiAN .V M.W
Sat in day, July Kllh
" ItctI Hot Dollars"
Hull Itoiiiu lto)s
Sun. A" .Mon., Jul) II ,V It!
THOS. II. INCH production
"liehluil the Door"
Harold l,lo)il (Vitncil)
TuiNdiiy, Jul) liltli
COVSTANCH TAUMA IM1H
Weil., Jul)' I Mil
Hi'tiJn Krrctlliss to the prtsldilit, Blul
IihIIs with imtrlutlc prlda th rat
mlileveineiits fur our country ond the
uuild wroURht by u diinocruttc admin
lutliitlon under bis leidnrshlp, and di
ilnieK Its Mclliricnii- lo the fundamental
piuxrrsalie prlmtplrs of eoclal, economic
und Ihduxtrlul Juetke. Kalora the leusue
uf natluiiH us the autest, If not the only
tunclkalili- Mima of limlnulnlnr tlir per
inaiient puce of the world. Kndoiaes
the (Irethlent's view of our International
obllfrtllohR mid hie firm stand acalnet
tearriutloiis ilelKiird to cut to pieces the
Vital piovlehiiiK nt the Veriuilllea treaty
and connnrniU t'ie democrats In consreea
(or vollnr uialnet reeotutlona for separ
ate peace which would dlifrace the na
tion Adioiutra the Iminedlala ratifica
tion of the treaty without reeervatlon
ttUch would Impair Its ensenttal Inter
ill. but does nut oppose the acceptance
of an) rpKervallona making clearer or
mure specKIr the obllsatlona of the United
Mates to the League aeioclalra.
rrutNrs the iidinllstratlon's conduct of
the whi, lumuieiida the patriotic effort
uf Ameiliiili iltltena to aid the tovern
' ut mid pinlsp the inllltury and naval
fuicrs with mention of (leneral 1'eiehlna;
i:xtul the federal leaerie system and
the fliiHiuiiiK of the war.
Denies republican claim of economy,
ilei'larlliK Hint no money waa saved et
cept ut the expellee of the efficiency of
Di-iiiuniU prompt action by the neat
loiiKirea for u complete survey of etlet
Ihk lines und their modification and aim
llliimra dlmlnUhed production for high
prlie and ilrcl.iren Hie republlcane are
H-siiHialble In that they delayed peeae
uud fullnl to proilde the president velth
I'U-durs the party to a policy of strict
nullum) lu Koieiuinuiit expenditure and
lo the riiui'tmenl and eliforceiment of
audi Iritlalutlou aa may be required to
brllitf pioflleeia befui the bar of crim
lteufflriua the traditional poUcy of Ike
demuciHtlc party lu favor of a tariff for
l avenue mil) und roiiflraia ttie policy of
buslliK tiullf ipilsloii upon the Intelligent
Itwftmh of a iioii-Mitlaaii comniteelon.
IIi'IpikU I'iraldeiit Wllaon'a relo ef th
budspt Mil, and advocate a budget
Icin ihut will function In accord with Ik
pilnelpM uf the constitution.
PihIsm the democratic record In eetab
IIhIiIiik fill hi loan banks and other farm
IrKlelulliiii, mill fuvorii auch legislation a
will confirm lo the primary producer ef
the nation Ihi right of celUctlve bargain-
lnK and Hip right uf to-oacrallve handling
Perhirea retort to atrlke and lockeut
uhlih endanger th health or live of th
people an unaatUfurtory devise for da
lermlnliig dleputea, and pledge th party
tu colitllle, If poaslble, and put Into ef
frctlvp opeiatlon a fair and comprehen.
ii method of compuelng difference of
Congratulatra leglatatura that have
utlfled the suffrage amendment, and
uigea democratlo goveraer and leglda
lulpa of Tennease. North CaroUna and
Florida to complete rattflcatlea In lira
fur Human tu vote tkl fall.
IMIaiea against child labor, favor
Iritlalutluu fur child welfare und mater
nlty line Adiocatli Inert In teach
Advucat vocational tducatlon, better
cundlliuna for working women, and In
doiaea separate cltitntalp for married
Advocut generoilty to disabled ol
dlera, und pledge the party to th en
actment of soldier' settlement and ham
Command federal administration of
railroad during th war, declaring It was
efficient and economical, deeplt Inade
quate und worn equipment. Crltlclie th
recently enacted traaiportatlon act and
auy congrea tinporld until lata a
date that th prldent was forced to
algn the bill or ! threw th railroad
alluullon Into chao.
Kavora conttnuanc of federal aid In
fledge the party to a policy which will
promote the growth of our merchant ma
rine under proper legislation,
Indorae the creation and work ef th
federal tiade commUalon.
Favor the enactment of legislation for
Hie aupervUlon of live ateck market by
the rmttonal government,
Deplore the mUfortun of th Mxl
i an pt-upl und uphold President Wilson'
Mexican policy, declaring that a a con
sequence order la reappearing In Mexico.
Advocate recognition of new Mexican
government when It ha proved It ability
to maintain order.
Within the limitation or InUraatlenal
comity and usage, repeat th several
previous expressions of Ui sympathy of
th democratic party of U United dtatea
In the aspiration of Ireland for iU
government Commend the administration for Alas
kan railroad construction and coal aad
oil development, and advocate modifica
tion of th coal law to facilitate develop
ment, and alio extansloa of the farm laaa
ait lo Alaska
Kuvor th granting Independence
without unnecessary delay to th Phil
Peplore the pre-conveatlon eipendl
t .if of republican presidential candl
iii Its. and advocate regulation of such
xppiullture by federal law.
Itrafflrms respect for the great princi
ple of free speech and a free press but
aaseita us an Indisputable proposition
that they afford no toleration of enemy
proHiiruda or the advocacy ot th over
throw of the government of th state or
nation by force or violence.
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Tlio popularity of (ho Air-Wuy
is convincing proof that, weight
is unnecessary in an efliciciit,
vacuum cleaner. Tlio Air-Win-is
surprisingly light, its Ian fn
sulficienty powcrfili to c1p.ui the
entire household without damag
ing any fabric, and its two way
suction principle docs away with
bothersome and expensive at
tachments. Cleans Places Only a
Dust Cloth Can Reach
The otiso with which its donning suction cun bo
directed Bitves not only tho operator's strength,
but hor time as well.
An Air-Way will bo jilnced at your disposal for n
convincing free trial. Sold on easy payments.
Lady demonstrator July 12, 13, and M. Come
ONTARIO FURNITURE CO.
II uk u.ir,v4ij fe ., i .
one assist, no estfoi's!
EVERY WILD.EYED (an.
WA8 ON liU feet.
OR SOMEONE oUe'a.
AND THEIR soft remark.
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REACHED THE next county.
AND WHILE I'm uot.
OUESS 1 Vvus helping.
THE PITCHER Loan.
THAT CLCAN.UP Ulltor.
AND MY gooil eouth paw.
HIT A (ut fan:
RIGHT IN the veatlbula.
AND HE aald 'Thooo.
A FOUL tip.
RIOHT ON wy last cigar."
AND I wati torry.
t t e
AND GAVE uliu ou.
OP MY clcaretto.
AND HE Sftw the package.
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THAT I took Jt from.
AND OMIuED uud JUlJ.
AND THAT suioUu you suiaitisd.
WAS 0N2 my wlfj.
BOUGHT AT a U-irsaln.
80 THAT maKej IL
AND AFTER t'luL
I EVEN taw him.
ROOTING FOR the uraplrt.
rPYENTY lilts twonty chancel
with never a t'Odje-efg that'
Chesterfield' average on every
package. Trust the fans to pick
tiieiu out. An unusual blend of
Turkish and Domestic it can't ba
copied. These cigarette! arc thin
r ,rw.9 " vny st,xs ).s-vjm m m.-mb.kx
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