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THE ONTARIO ABQUB, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1922
Ip QPutarin Anjua
County Official Paper
An Independent Newspaper
Published Thursdays at Ontario,
Oregon, and entered at tho Ontario
pout offlco for distribution as 2nd
O. K. Atken, Managing Editor
8UD8CHIPTI0N Ono Yoar, 2.00
CANNON ON STANFIKLDIHM
Tho attacks upon United . States
Senator 11. N. Stonfleld which of
Into liavo had promlnonco In the
llolso Statesman aro bitter pills for
Orogonlaus. Of course It Is only lu
Mainour and Harney Counties that
Orogonlans aro nwuro of tho stato
mouts which aro bolng directed at tho
Junior Senator, still thoy aro bound
to purcolato back to Washington and
Imvo tholr effect there.
Just what to expect personally
from n man lu tho position of a
United Btatos senator 1b a question.
This Is especially truo'of ono who Is
In tho sheep and cattlo gnmo, and
has boon In It during tho past flva
Tho pooplo havo a right to expect
that a public servant bo ho a county
official or a Unltod States sountor,
will pay his bills. To do less Is a
reflection upon IiIb character, yet It
en n bo bald of overy stockman,
nearly, that ho Is having a Btrugglo
to got oven with tho gamo and mako
up ins loses of tuo past row years.
Without apologizing for tho fact
that Dob Stauftold, apparently, has
not paid all his bills, yot It Is not a
questionable practice when nnothor
publo official like Miles Cnnnon In a
neighboring atnto takos to giving
publicity to Dob'o dorollctlou In this
Uooduoss knows, Mr. Cannon and
his Idaho farmors aro not nlono lu
tholr worry over bllla that Hob has
boon struggling with during tho past
yoar. Neither ought ho or thoy la
inont that ho has been ablo to buy up
all tho sheep In sight, with funds
advanced by various Interests, for
It Is through tho profits which ho
anticipates from those purchases
that Dob oxpocta to pay his back bill
and got soma of tho many outfits ho
ran lu days guno by back on their
In his efforts to got his affairs In
shapo tho Junior Sountor has spout
a largo portion of tho time since ho
took offlco, In Wolsor nml other
Idaho cltlos and towns looking nftor
his Intorosta thero. Ho evon cut his
Oregon offices and moved all his and
Mr. Updlko'd activities to Wolsor to
roduco oxnsnsos nnd thus furnish
moans for paying thoso bills. Tho
Idaho folks could hardly ask more.
Thoy wanted him over thuro, unci
they havo him, nnd according to Mr.
Cntyion, n fow accounts payable.
Sonator Charles Hall of Marshflold,
to be tho victim of tholr unAmorlcnii
practice No mattor how noblo may
bo tho Intention of tho members of
theso soclotlos, nnd somo of thorn
undoubtedly aro high mludod, yet
thoy havo taken tho wrong way to
socuro tho ends thoy soek. What
these onds aro no ono not a niombor
can know. No ono knows who or
what thoy aro. Thoy do not coino
Into tho open, Thoy aro self select
ed and self govornlug. Thoy havo
no business attomptlng to dlctato to
tho people of Oregon who Bhall bo
tho candidates for offlco.
Tho ArVns has long admired Sen
ator Hall, and bellovcs him a cap
able mnn, but so long as ho runs as
tho candldnto of a secret Junta wo
cannot bollovo that ho Is entitled to
tho consideration which he ns an In
dividual might bo entitled to.
roozh and drugs
rrultlnnd Is getting Into tho llmo
llght of lato, with Us youthful booze
parties, and now with a man In
whoso possession drugs are found,
It Is a bud combination for a small
town, but llko n small town it cannot
koop Its Iniquities hid.
P. M. Boals, J. L. Drown and A,
A. Outtcrldgo who woro called as
wltnosses lu tho condemnation pro
ceodlngs botwecn Malheur county
una mo josopi) estate, Bpont tbo past
ween in uaxer uuy.
Mr, and Mrs, A. A. Gorton nnd
daughter wcro guosts Monday ovo
nliig at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. F. Vlncont, who undor.
wont a vory serious operation nt tho
Holy Rosary Hospital lu Ontario,
Monday of last week, Is Improving
as rapidly as could bo oxpectod.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knrst and Mr.
and Mrs. H, K. Lattlg woro.dliiuor
guosts Saturday ovonlng of Air. and
Mrs. Ora Wilkin.
Miss Leora Hauntz was absont
from school Monday on account of
Mrs. II. Connor of Ontario, Mr?
nnd Mrs. T. Dly, Misses Maudo Culp
'and Mary Connor and Messrs. Geo.
Culp nnd Art Connor woro guests
Sunday ovonlng at tho Mason Clough
Mrs. Hoy Cram entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Miller at dinner
Mrs. John Contes and Mrs. Weav
er nro reported on tho sick list this
' I. L. nnd . I. Culbortson rccolvcd
n messago Tuesday announcing tho
death of their nuod mother. Mrs. J.
iS. Culbortson of Seattle. Sho Iiiib
nlng, Fob. 21, Vale's afflrmatlvo
team won n unnnitnous decision
over Nyssa's negntlvoj Ontario's no
gatlvo won a unanimous doclslon
over Nyssa's affirmative; and Vale's
negatlvo won a 2 to 1 decision nvnr
Ontario's affirmative This gives
Vale tho championship of this ills.
trlcU Tho- decision In tho dobnto
hold hero was a very closo ono, and
considering tho fact that at a fow
hours' notlco Myrtlo Sccoy had to
tako tho place of Itoba Itood whoso
Illness proventod hor bolng prosent,
wo havo no cause to fool ashamed of
our showing In dobnto this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyllo Crakes and
(laughter, Hespor, spent Tuesday nt
W. Q. Armstrong's.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Ingrnhnni and
llttlo girl, together with Will Downs ,
wlfo and son, spoilt Wednesday of
last wook visiting Olllo Hollowny I
nnd family on tho Johnson Inland.
Miss Margarot Orlffln nnnnt. Wmi.
ncBdny night nt.tho A. V, Uurr homo.
As quite a snow fell that night Mr.
Durr gnvo her and tho boys a'slolgh
rtdo to school noxt morning.
Johso, Drown nnd family woro din
nor guests at tho Armstrong homo
YOU don't use as much
of Calumet as you do of
most other Baking Powders.
It has more than ordinary
leavening strength. You
save about half.
You don'tpay a big price for
Calumet It's sold at a
moderate price that rep
resents another saving.
You don't feel uncertain as
to results: Bakings never
fH because Calumet never falls
below the proven standard f "Bert
number of tho vounc nnnnln nt
tllO r.omillllllllV wnrn nnlilrlnlmul nt
I boon very ill for some time, bo tho tho' Cottngo Friday evening by tho
I report ns not cntlroly unexpected. teachers. Misses Orlffln and Hnlstoad
Mr. and Mrs. B. FroBt ontertnlned I Miss Ida Johnson SDent Saturdnv
. AN INVIHIHLU GOVERNMENT .
When Oregon led tho way to di
rect participation of all tho people
In tho soloctlou of party candidates
nud adopted tho direct primary thoy
did not cuntomptitto tho substitution
thorotor of an Invisible government
hut thnt la what has tukou placo.
Oregon Is pot tho first state that
has oxporloncod tho nctlvlty of nu
active minority attempting to dlc
tato to tho majority, by forestalling
their action nnd predetermining who
among n numbor of candidates shall
havo Us support. It Is only bocuuio
of tho largo number of candldalos
posHlblo under tho primary system
that such things can bo done.
Tho Non Partisan Icaguo lod tho
way In several states In tho offort to
Ignoro Jho primary and by direct
convention select candidates to con
tor upon In tho primary. Now lu
Oregon, a eocrot, Irresponsible or
ganization has adoptod tho Nou Par
Unfortunatoly tho so cattod Fed
erated Patriotic societies of Portland
havo socurod ns flue a follow as
Hond prcservnllon and dust pre
vention" by William Plerson Jud
son Is n practical llttlo book by a
consulting onglneor of noto. Tho
problem of road presorvntlon became
ncuto In 1000 when tho uso of motor
cars with tholr broad heavy tires bo
enmo gonoral. Itoad dust which bo-
foro hatt boon merely n nulfonco,
was a sorlous probloin, not only be
causo of tho gravo monaco to hoatth
but bocaUBo tho romoval of dust soon
caused tho roads to disintegrate.
Methods ot preservation which havo
boenusod are detailed, objections,
opinions nnd conclusions of the var
ious users aro given, nnd tho com
parative costs aro definitely stated.
Tho "Autobiography" of tho "Ilo
lovod physician" Edward Livingston
TrudoMi, Is an Inspiring record of
this plouoor's tdonls and nchlovu
mentfl, In tho opou air trcatmont of
tuberculosis and tho establishment of
the snujtnrlum nnd laboratory ut
Saranac. It Is most Interesting
rending, and though It nocossarlly
lacks tho appreciation of his cheer
ful personality that Is found In "lie
lovod Physician" by Chalmors, yet
ruvoals throughout, tho gonial spirit
ot tho man and tho significance and
humanity ot his work.
Severn! from tho Slopo woro In nt
leuunnco ni ino meeting ot tuo row
er Users association nt Ontario Sat
unlay. L. L. Culbortson roprosont-
on mo hiiuo irrigation District and
P. M. Uoals and II. K. Lattlg tho
Orogou Slopo district.
Miss Mlldrod Frost and Mrs. Mc
Klnnoy ot llrognn, spout tho wook
end with tho former's pnronts,
Mrs, 8. J. Simpson was tho guest
of Mrs. J. L. Drown Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miller woro on
tortalnod Sunday at tho Wilcox
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. flullens woro
guests Wodnosday at tho N. 0. Bul
lous homo In Vale. .
Mrs, Fay Wolchor Bpont sovoral
days last wook with Mrs. Vlncont at
tho Holy Itosary Hospital In Ontart; (
I. I. Culbortson and Goo. Culp
woro buslnoss visitors In Ontario
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Illy and daugh
ter, Mrs, E. L, Drown nnd children
wero dinner guests Friday ovonlng
of MIsb Maudo Culp,
Oliver Wlsby and family loft last
wook for tholr homo noar Ontario.
Goa. Davis was absent from school
Thursday and Friday on account ot
Hamilton Connor nnd wlfo On
a number of friends nt dlnnor last
Tho ladlcB of tho Pnrk Im
provement club nro giving a chicken
plo supper and musical ontortaln
mont nt Park school houso Friday
ovonlng, Fob. 24th. Supper from
0 t0 8 p. m., followed by oxcellont
ontortnlumont. Tho proccods will
go tho tho Community Houso build
ing fund, Co mo out nnd .got a good
dlnnor and liolp a good can bo. Pay
otto and Ontario aro especially In
vited. Mrs. S. Sklppen Is tho guest of hor
(laughter Mrs. C. Aycrs of Dig Wil
low. Mosdamos Arncr Gorton and Hoy
Cram woro guests ot Mrs. Art Miller
Davo Howard left last wook for
Kansas on nn oxtondod business
Mr. Drown ot Dolso nnd Goo. K.
Alkou ot Ontario, woro business
visitors on tho Slopo ono day last
Itomombor to chicken plo suppor,
Mr. and Mrs, Warren ot Dakor
City, ontartalnod P. M. Donls, A. A.
Guttorldge, J.L. Drown and 'Goo. Lot
tig at dlnnor Wodnosday.
At a mooting of tho land holdout
ot tho Slopo Frldny tho proposition
of tho otntlon of wntor was thoroty
debatod, and utter a vory practical
talk by Mr, Kounnrd, Stnto wnter
mastor, who polntod out tho advan
tages ot rotation of wntor for Irri
gation, tho meeting unanimously
docldod to Install tho rotation sys
tem of Irrigating. This Is a groat
stop forward and without doubt
will mean a great saving to tho land
holdos and formora undor tho Pay.
otto-Oregon Slopo Irrigation Bystom.
Tho Valentino mnsquerado given
by tho High school was n docldod
succcoss. Tho hall wns vory prettily
docorntod with rod nnd whlto which
togothor with tho many colored cos
tumes niado n scono ot roal boauty.
Tho Queen of Hearts, lloba Itood, and
hor king, Frank Van Potton, rolgnod
graciously, and wero well suportod
by tholr court. Tho ovonlng was
passod In playing listening to many
comlcnl casos tried In tho Kangaroo
Court. At tho closo ot tho ovonlng
festivities tho Judges unanimously
docldod that tho prlzo for tho clover
ost costumo was won by Fayotto Da
kor, and that Allco Dormnii had the
Tho High school was made largor
by ono membor when Elslo Elliott
roglstorod Monday morning.
Lola Iteos visited tho High school
Monday after an nbsonco ot sovoral
weoku, due-to an oporatlon..
The mombors of tho boys' and
girls' basket ball teams wero keenly
disappointed twlco during tho last
weok. Tho first disappointment
wns toll by both tennis nllko whon
tho Vale gamo was postponed. Tho
socoml ono camo from the girls when
tnrlo woro guests of Miss Mary Con- Caldwoll rofused to play Saturday
nor Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Otto C. Miller spent several
days last week with hor sister, Mrs,
W, F. Vlncont, who is 111 nt tho Holy
Itosary Hospital In Ontario.
Mrs. 0. A. Knrst spont Mouday
with Mrs. L. II. Drlothaupt of On
That we have the only shop in On
tario equipped to give your Ford
Motor a real overhaul. Our me
chanics are special Ford men.
EORDSON TRACTOR $486.90 DELIVERED
V. B. STAPLES FORD GARAGE
Tho boys playod, but woro defeated
by a Bcoro of 47 to 11. Next Friday
tho teams go to Payette for tho re
A baskot ball gamo between tho
Hooks nud the women's night class
Is being planned.
Dou't forget tho Sonlor play,
"Green Stockings" which will bo
presented on March 2nd. Tickets
are on sale at Louhr's drug store.
Tho Ag. boys will attend tho ses
sions ot Farmers' week at tho City
Hall noxt week,
Evoryone agreed that tho - Glee
club was worth much more than was
paid to hear It.
A preliminary dobato was held at
tho High school auditorium last Fri
day. Doth Bides did splendidly, but
owing to tho absence ot Itoba Reed
no vote was taken.
The civics class has been prepar
ing a dobato on tho questlou He
solved: That tho Monroe Doctrluo
should be abolished.
A holiday was enjoyed Wednesday
February 22, In honor of Washing
M. D. Thomas, Judge Dalton
Dlggs and Francis Itleder, alternate,
accompanied the negatlvo debate
toam, Hugh Dlggs and Wondall
Thayer to Nyssa Tuosday evening.
Tho Sophomoro English class, who
aro now studylug exposition have
given some very interesting talks on
such subjocts as naturalization, ln
como tax, patents, otc.
Tuesday. Miss Gladys Franklin ot
the class '21, visited tbo High school.
She has Just closed a vory successful
torm ot teaching at Sliver, Oregon.
In tho triangle debate held at Nys. I
sa, Vale aud Ontario, Tuesday eve
ovonltig with Miss Lois Halstead.
Mr.and MrB. A. F. Durr nnd dnugh
tor, Colin, spont Frldny nt tho W. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis nnd family,
Fred Sundqulst and fnmlly, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Mooller and sons Ocorgo
and August, visited at tho I. E. Du
Pro homo 8undny.
Miss Agnes Amldon, Alvah Ami
don, John Stonaman nnd John Koan
spent Sundny ovonlng at tho E. C.
Ingraham homo. Tho evening was
spent In playing flinch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. llurr nnd fam
ily spont Sunday with lloldon Clem
ont'B. Tho girls woro Just recover
ing from sovoro colds.
Lolloy Doan, Paul Ooorgo aud
Fritz Mooller Bpont last Saturday
avcnlnir nt tho E. C. Ingraham homo.
enjoying games and popcorn.
A small skating pnrty ot school
boys wns hold nt tho Sherwood pond
Inst Wednesday ovonlng.
Tho tenchors, Misses Hnlstoad and
Orlffln arrangod n vory plonsant BUr
prlso on Km est Durr Tuosday live
ning on tho occasion nt his 14th
birthday. Tho sixth, sovonth nnd
olghth grndos woro present. Qnmos
woro onjoyod by nil ,nt a lato hour
refreshments woro sorved
It possesses the highest qual
ity ever put into a Baking
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ingredients as have been offi
cially endorsed by United States
Food Author itie.
For weeks, for montlw, it
keeps a3 fresh and full of
strength as the day It left the
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Baking Powder plants.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
10 or. Some baking powdcrscome In
laozJnttcad of lOoz.cana. Desure
you get a pound when you want It.
Yolks of 8 eggs,
ulated sugar, ii
cup of water, Vi
cup of butter,
2yi cup pastry
flour, 3 level tea
1 tablespoon of
mix in the regu
clicors woro glvon for tho tenchors. clpato,
Ilor. Martin of tho Naznrlno
church will pronch at tho school
Tho Wnshlngtonlans will moot nt
tho Odd Follows Hall tho 22nd at
2:00 p. m. whero a bnnquo't will bo
sorvwk'to thoso whoso birthdays
como that day, especially Undo Dick
Rulhorford. Sovoral from tho Vnl-
Three loy V,ow "o0110" wl" Participate.
Sunday School, 10:00 a.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Subject: "What tho Dlblo Toachos
Christian Kndonvor, 0:30 p. m.
Subject: "What tho Dlblo Toachos
D. J. QILLANDERB, Pastor
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