THE ONTARIO ARCJUS ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920 Rexall Remedies Eastman Kodaks ONTARIO PHARMACY Prescription Specialists Till: UKXALL 8TOKK PHONK NO. 1! Nyal Remedies ,4. '1 MKTHODIST CllUItCII Sunday Sorvlccs 10 A. M Sunday Schuol. 11 A. M. Preaching "When night In Mlsht" 7: in P. M, Up worth Longuo 8 I. M. Illustrated address "Tho (Haul Klllor." Tho Womon'fl Mlrudonnry Soclot of tlio United Presbyterian Church MW IH They're Here Below are the prices of the new Wayne Washer. Cash $100.00 On time-?l08.00-$18.00 down nd$7.50 monthly. 12 months to pay in. . We have this washer on our floor for your inspec tion and can make deliveries at once. Northwestern Phone 188-J Os THZ UNI Zerolene Oils 15-GalIon Barrels now in stock at 582 - 1 Goodyear and United States TIRES All sizes; Cord and Fabric' FORD GARAGE ONTARIO, OREGON will meet ut tho homo of Mrs. C. H. Bocoy, Thursdny P. M July 1G nt 2:30. MrB. David Waggoner of Juneau Alaska Iiob kindly coiiBontod to talk on tnlslon work In Alakn whoro alio und lior husband havo been mission arios In connection with tho Presby terian Church for 11 number of ycarB. All IndloH Intoruotod In this work are cordially Invited to this mooting. LIGHT ON Til 14 INSTANT. Is at your commnud If yon ubo tho electric curront. No hunt ing for matches, Just a turn of tlngors and tho light Ib thoro. No dangor of fire or suffocation, no heut, no smoko, no suiull. lel us provo to vou also that tho electric Ih not un oxponslvo light. We cun do so easily .NOIITIIWKSTKIIN KLKCTltIO CO. Phono 188 J ONTAUIO, OHI4. Electric Cot Ontario, Oregon :SAL CAR C I'cr Gallon OREGON NEWS NOTES OF GENERALjNTEREST Principal Events of the Week Briefly Sketched for Infor mation of Our Readers. Motor car service Is to bo restored between Pendleton and Umutllla, July 11. Itesldents of Western Lane county have oled to establish a union hlr.lt school at Florence. Tlin census bureau guvo The Dalle a population of 5807; un Increase of 027, or 1U por cent. The First Nutlonal Hank of Clnts knnle opened Its doors for business In temporary quarters. Dukcr coal dealers ara receiving liberal supplies of coal, removing any fcur of an Iminedlato shortage. Exports from Portland for the month Just ended amounted to $7,763,666, the highest June record In tho history of the port. A churtcr has bean Issued to tho Columbia Trust & Savings bank of Astorln. The Institution Is cupltalliod ' nt $100,000. Funeral services for James Illco, a prominent banker nnd farmer of Ma drus, were held In tho Klks' tomplo at Tho Dalles. The census bureau announced tho 1020 population of linker City, Or., an 7720, un Increase of 087 or 14.6 pur cent since 1910. Tho luinbor mills cperntod by the Uooth-Kully luinbor company ut Wond ling und Springfield closed Saturday, July 3, Indefinitely. The Albany Ministerial association hus elected Itov. J. C, Spencer, pastor of the hirst Methodist church, presi dent for tho coming year, Frank Humus, engineer ut tho plant of tho Kugouu & Western Lumber company, Kugene, was killed when a mult! steam pipe exploded. limed on tho present registration of motor vehicles In the state It Is predicted that more than 160.000 per sons will upply for drivers licenses, llurvey O. Sturkwouther wus elected president ut the unnuul meeting of the sons und daughters of Oregon plO' neers ut the I'ortluud public library. Itesponslblllty for tho gasolluu strin gency whs laid to the oil compuules In u repott published by the committee of the Dealers' Motor Cur association of Oregon. Thut the lumbor Industry Is slack In Coos county Is Indicated by the num ber of loggers drifting Into Murshfleld. Two mills have shut down for un In definite time. According to Labor Commissioner Oram there would be no shortage of labor In Oregon If unemployed per sons would take work outside their regular calling. The contract for construction of tbe dam for the diversion of water from Itogue river to Irrigate 10,000 aoros of land near OranU Pass has been 1st to a California contractor, The public service commission Is sued an order permitting the St. J Helens Lumber company to discon tinue steam heating service to Its few remaining patrons at St. Helens, Governor Olcott has, lu company with governors of other states, Issued a proclamation urging enlistment In tbe United States navy. The quota lecommended from Oregon Is 500, The publlo service commission Is sued an order allowing J, F. Duugherty to cease business as a publlo utility at Yoncalla. fir. Daughterly has been providing a domestic water service. Contracts have been signed by the Oregon Dairymen's league for the purchase of ten cheese and butter plants In different parts of the state. The deal Involves more than 1200,000. L. a. Hulln of Eugene has resigned as cashier and director of the First National bunk of Spriugfleld and bis place lias beeu takeu by Lloyd C. Mar tin, who has bought Mr. Hullu's stock la thv Institution. The Kugene Chamber of Commerce has taken up the proposed develop ment oft hydroelectric power on the Willamette and McKenile rlveis us a means of attracting manufacturing In terests to the city. The Carlton school budget for next year, carrying appropriations for the e . 'ary of oi - mtrs teacher In the high school and for Increased pay for alt members of the stuff wus passed by n narrow majority, 48 to 42 Tho state Irrigation securities com mission has been asked to certify an other $134,000 block of bonds for the Grants Puss Irrigation district, this being a part of tho $290,000 Issue nrlglnnUy uuthorlind by the district. The state land board decided to ox chnngo 60,000 acres of what Is known us statu script, and which Is located lu various sections of Orogon, for a uunpuct body of (0,000 acres of fed oral lands In tho Santlam forest re rorvc.The lands sought In the Santlam forest rcscrvo would bo used tor forestry purposes. According to the report of tho post master at Salem the revenue of his cfflce from thn sulo of stamps the put fiscal oar was $7302. Second class mall matter brought $0054 and mutter from thu state offices $14,200. In reply to a query from the district attorney of drunt county, Attornoy General llrown hus given tho opinion that no official or person has authority to suspend tho enforcement of tho statute, prohibiting minors from play lug poet, wno of tho largest dents closed In linker for some time culminated when flnul arrangements wore mado by tho Cornucopia Mines company for tho Is suance of a $300,000 morlgugo to tho Guaranty Trust company of Now city, Ciiptulii Jacob Spolor, Portland hnr bormuster, hus Issued an order requir ing all vessels entering from foreign ports to obey the provisions of tlio itifw clty.otdliianco requiring udoquuta protection against the introduction of plague. Apparently tho finances of tho young men of Lane county are butter than llioy wore u yuur ugo. County Clerk llryson Issued marriage licenses to 59 couples during Juno this your, as compared with 30 for thu same month last year. As a result of action taken by,the upplo uud pear growors of Oregon, pructlcnlly the sumo regulations rel ative to grading the fruit und tho slzo oT boxes for shipment will pro vull this season In Oregou, Washing ton, Iduho, Montana. Twenty-one voters dotormlned tho fate of u $106,640 budget It was ascer tained when the count on thu Ilend special school district election wus an nounced. The budget carried by a vote of 12 to 8, ono ballot, Improperly marked, being thrown out, The grund Jury nt Tho Dulles, after examining 10 witnesses, found Indict ments ugalnst Oles Drown of Pousu- coin, Kla.. charged with the murder of Otis Mayes, O.-W. It. & N. brukomun, and Council Oliver, Norfolk, Vu., as uri uccessory. Doth are colored. O, P. Huff, state treasurer, Is barred by law from purchasing Impiovemont bonds Issued by tbe city or Nortli Ilend, Ccos county, for less than pur and accrued Interest, according to a legal opinion glveu by tho attorney general. The opinion was usked by Mr. Hoff. Pioneers from all parts of the west assembled In Portland last Friday for the 48th unnuul reunion of the Oregou Pioneer association, whoso member ship Includes only those who arrived In Oregou or were torn burn bofors 185'J, the year Oregon waa udmllted to the union, Construction of a paved highway ex tending from the southorn Willamette valley to Salem and thence north of Salem to connect with thu paved road on the west side of the Willamette river Is the purpose of thu Cupltol Highway usscciutlou, which was organ ized at Salem. The West Coast Lumbermen's asso ciation Is Installing a display of Douglas fir and hemlock lumber In the state exhibit room on the ground floor of the Oregon building, Portland, that will make It one of the best edu catlonal showings of tho kind that has ever been arranged, lUquest for the assignment of two men In Portland from tho United States health service to take ade quate steps to prevent bubonic plague entering Oregon, was made by City Health Officer Parrlsh In conference with Major Illchey Waugto of thu United States public health service. Members of stats and congressional central obtnmlttees who aro elected by county central committees shall not necessarily be members of tho county committees, according to i legal opin ion handed dowu by Attorney-General Brown. The opinion was asked by K. H. Tongue, district attorney of Wash ington county, No petitions of aliens who deslro to become citizens of the United Stntos will bo received by thu circuit court of Multnomah county after August 1. Aliens must hereafter apply for citizen ship pupors through tho United States district court, but In other counties In tho state where tho applicants would bo Inconvenienced by thu fact that tho only federal court In thu statu Is in Portland, the Mute courts will con tinue to hear naturalization cases. A bomb was thrown Into the plans for tho annual uiuhlllzutlon of tl Ore gon National Guard when u fining wus received by Adjutant General George . Whlto from the mllltla bureau or the war depurlniHiit requiring a minimum of 62 men pur company In order to draw federal pay. Und or this ruling no trausfetx or men from ono com pany to another In order to meet the minimum -tulrement nor thu con solidation or companies will be per mitted. 'I his means, Adjutant Gun ernl Wh't states, that, with two or throo oxu'ptlons, nono of tho c a panics of tho Fifth Oregon Infantry regiment will ntleud thu camp unless u special dispensation Is serurtd molli fying the tiillnr; so as u permit tho consolidation of oompanlss u hero-tofor WORLD'S POOREST CITY IS MADE RICHEST BY TOURIST TRAVEL From tho poorest republic lu thu world to tho richest Is what tourists Havel did for Switzerland. That lltllu republic practically unknown a century igo Is now recognized thu world over is a playground for tourists becaus its scenic beauties were capitalized. Datu showing whut tho tourist busi ness has dune for Switzerland has been jrepured by Alfred A. Aya representing he Swin Interests lu Oregon nnd unit il over to the Oregon Stato Cham- oer of ConimercK to be used In connec- Innwlth Its stiite-wlde expansion cam paign now in progress. It hus a direct bearing ou the cam paign by reuson of thu fact that ono of he chief arguments being used by the Statu Chamber Is that cities ure spend ing huge sums to udvertlsu their In terests along civic Industrial lines. In tho arllclu prepared by Mr, Aya ihowlng thu economic valuo of tourist ruvo! he suys "It is estimated that tourists an nually spend more than $750,000,000 In the United Ststos, Of this sum It is estimated Maluo and Colorado receive ;loc to $50,000,000; the New Kngland itutes close to $100,000,000; Florida closo to $200,000,000 und southern Cali fornia close to $300,000,000 while In 1918 It wax estimated thut Oregon with K'onory tut-ond to none In tho world received less than $6,000,000 from this ource. "Thu bust example In tbe world of the possibilities of the tourist business la Switzerland, with an area or 15,966 squure miles, or about oue-ihird larger thuii Harney county In eusteru Oregon. "The Swiss did not ooiwrliiusly begin development or the tourist business until ubout 100 yours ugo, starting a till the single guest In the spare, room until today the little ropubllo hus, according to thu latest hotel guide, 960 lintels and doubles Its population innuiilly through the tourists, It Is mill the little village of St. Morltz hus ,'i-w over fifty native population, but S70O beds for tourists." Specific cities cited by the State o advertise their possibilities Inolude 'Miumlier that aro spending huge sums "ian Francisco which Is now raising a uud of $260,000: Seattle now engaged ii raising $260,000 uud New Orleans ' Hi-h put $100,000 luto un advertising CUIUpillgU. Le.iderthip Qualities. Til-' challenge (if leadership must be (lie Inner spontaneous response to an outer opportunity or It will never Inst over night. .HiiccifeM artists are Hooding the world wlili nvily-mnilp recipes for how to win They forget- that you can't put lklim where there Ih no Inclina tion to vision. And where there Is no vision failure Is bound to result. Thut'H why It Is that o inniiy people never get beyond tho point of work In for the other inun. They art) Just slaves of toduy. They fear responsi bility. Loads thnt bring Joy to the heart of thu real man crush them. Hut where men see the possibilities there In un limit to what they may accomplish. At- bottom a man must have In him something of the soul that appeals und feel the self-mastery that urges him to attempt what others have failed In. It may seem a common thing, but It's one of the ussets of success. DEMOCRATIC CONTROL FOR STATE CHAMBER Subscribers to Budget Will Havo Voico In Mattor of Expondlturos. "After I have subscribed to the Ore gon State Chamber of Commerce, wTlat part will 1 have in the organization?" This question Is frequently heard In connection with tho State Chamber ex pansion movomaul now In progress, Tho answer Is that all subscribers wilt have a voice In saying how the money will be spent. Uy this and other methods the fundamental demo cracy of the organization Is assured. Of course tho Uoard of Directors, to which ovory member Is ellglblo, will actually expond the funds of the organ ization; but they will be guided lu their expenditures by the wishes of thu subscribers. To detrrmlno what the subscribers want the Stato Chamber to do, group moetlugs will be. held In ovory center of population In thu state, when nil sub scribers will bo called together uud asked to answer, In writing, the fol lowing questiens: 1. What can the Oregon Bin to Chain ber of Commerce do to Improve coudl tlons of opportunities In your own lino of buslucss or profession? 2, What do you bulluvo tho Oregou Statu Chamber of Commerce should du to advance tho Interests of your owu community? 3. What lu your opinion as a citizen, Is tho thing of first Importance for, the Oregon Stato Chamber of Com merce to do for tho good of tho statu as a whole,? After these group meetings have been held under the direction of thu executive committee, lu charge of thu campaign, each district will select ouu representative to utteud a convention with tho ofricora and directors of tho Statu Chamber, and the unswers to the questluns will be formulated Into a program of activities designed to untto thu sutlre state ou definite tasks. Tho program of work will also con trol expenditures. When work Is start ed on this program the directors will follow their present practice of submit ting questions of wldu Importance by means of referendum, Tho Directors represent every city ind county In tho stato. Itrpreseuta lion on thu Hoard Is arrunged geo graphically and not bused on popula tion, Kastoru Orogon Is represented by five Directors, Western Oregon by five, Multnomah County by two, and there are three at large, inaklug a total of fifteen, which avoids the possibility of control by any one section, To sum up: Tho State Chamber will do what the subicrlbers themselves say hould be done, It will function through a Hoard of Directors eluctt-d by delegates and officers, Including an executive seen tary elected by thu Hoard. Voting will be done by consti tuent members, Individual subscribers help make up thn program or activities and carry them to completion through committee service. MOTOK IIUHAI. OAltltIF.lt KXAMINATIO.V TO III. II KM I Tho United Stntou Civil Sorvlco Commission has announced an exam ination for tho County of Malheur, Oregon to bo hold at Ontario, Orogon, on July 24, 1020, to fill tho position of motor rural carrlor at Ontario, Orogon, and vacancies that may luter occur on motor rural routes from post offices In tho nbovo-inentlouoil county. The salary on motor routes ranges from $2100 to $2250 por an num. The examination will bo opou only1 to citizens who aro actually domiciled In the torrltory aupplloil with mall by a post orrico in tho county and who moot tho othor requlr monta Bet forth In Forma 2121 anil 1077, Form 2121 may ho soon posted at any post office In tho county for which the oxamlnatlon Is hold, and Form 1977 and application blanks may be obtalnod from tho offlcos ut which the vacancy exists nnd whoro tho oxamlnatlon Is to ho hold, or from tbe United State Civil Sorvlco Commission at Washington, D. (' The appolnteo to this position will ho required to furnish, maintain, and operate a modorn motor vehicle with a carrying capacity of not less than 800 pounds and a cublo capacity of not loss than 80 feot. Applicants must file with their applications u statement of tho oqulpmont thoy will bo able to provide In the event of appointment. Applications should bo forwarded to the Commission ut Washington, D. O . at the oarllest practicable date. P 31 D. A. GRADY. Local Sec.