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10NE. OREGON, FRIDAY, July 13, 1928
Democrat Finds Tammany
Too Much to Endure
PORTLAND, July 3. ITo the
Editor. 1- Along with my good
Mend, Jama H. Hssler, I wish to
U recorded as another democrat
who wul support Herbert Hoover
for the presidency.
I consider that the nomination
at Ai Smith Is the gravest mistake
fee democrats ever made, and
and that his election would be
s6ij Short of a calamity.
lie Is a product of Tammany
fin, nurtured from his youth In
its doctrines, trained and shaped
by its nefarious policies and obey
lag Its mandates. And Tammany
Hall Is the oldest, most efficiently
organized and most corrupt polltl
cal group in America today. Craft
and corruption have always flour
ishe J under IU rule, "gin and gux
ate" have been its watchwords, tt
Is a cancer on the body politic, a
stench In the nostrils of the de
cent clement In the Democratic
party, a barnacle from which It
M4bw gvfvw as tw atvaa
and aBablUty for which It has at-
W fa anolonUe In
It is a significant fact that the
only democratic presidents we
have had since the civil war were
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Kodak Pictures of Livestock
Kodak pictures of livestock are valuable sell-.
ing aids for you besides, they'll be mighty
interesting for you to look over in the years
And livestock photography is but one of the
many uses to which a Kodak may be put on
the farm. ......
. We'll be glad to show you the latest
Kodak models'and how easily they work .
stop in on your next trip to town.
' Autographic Kodaks art t low as t$
"The Kodak Store" ,
I Bristow & Johnson I
I for groceries, dry
CeAf Ruth in Crmvtyrd
A anilll locality In th llurganlaad
district of Avitrla, niar the Hunga
rian frontlar, had fold rtiib ill Mi
awa ihort tint ago. Through la
ccldtnt ia indent riyird tilling
fron tb Urn or tho migration of tbi
races wit dlKOverod. The Oldenburg
mhu bgio to otririlo. Anclmt
told fwuli wtro found, Who th
tiroon of too community nurd of
this trior nnhfd to tho scone end bo
(in to die for gold, Initotd of for tail
irl cabbage. ' In tbo ocriinblo for
tbo llkoly plicM Sgbu dtvalopod bo.
twoon tho firinori, until lirgo fore
of tondirntoo wn eillod to koop th
fold fovor down. Anrwir, oatablo of
tow nor art BothlDg muck wai
fooaa. Ctilctgo Now.
f MOTICB TO CREDITOM '
Notice is hereby given thatthe
undersigned has been appointed
by the County Court of the State
ot Oregon, administrator of the
estate of Archie B. Cochran, de
ceased. All persons,halnglaim
atalnstsaid estate are hereby no
tified to to present the same duly
verified as required by law, with
proper vouchers attached to the
undersigned at the oflice of P.
H. Robinson, at tone, Morrow
tion of this notice, the same be
dated and published the first
time June 29tb. 1929.
John H. Cochran,
Administrator of the Estate of
Arehia B. Cochran, deceased.
S HAlVt U11VVUI T
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson
of Gsston have moved to lone
and will make their home in the
McNamer house on second street,
There was a family dinner par
ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
W. Howr, on toe 4th. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. P. J
Linn, Mr. and Mrs. W.Linn. Mr.
W. E. Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Griffith and children andClsr
ence Linn. t.
We sell everything to write
with and to write on.
Mrs. W. E. Cochran and chil
dren and Mrs. Guy Cason and
children have returned from a
very pleasant outing at Hide way
prings. Mr. Cochran and Mr.
Cason joined tbem for the 4th
though heavy rains made the
trip to the springs quite diffi
cult. They were obliged to lave
the earand walk part of the way
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Opti
cal Co, SCO A Alder Stt eet,
Portland. Ore., EYESIGHT SPE
CIAL1STS, will be in lone, all
day and evening, Saturday, July
21, at the lone Hotel. See him a
bout your eyes.
See Louie Balalger for Ir.sor
TO HOLDUS OF
Liberty Loan Bonds
Tho Tiaaaarr ofUro
-IH ' 1 3 I S fiat
Tr.a.orv bead In aachang
for TMtd Ubrntj Lou Beiuii
Tho lit baada Ill baar
Imb lair Uia
on Thtta Litany
4a oariaaawe Sot
aaeaaoff will ha paid to full
! U, IMS.
hanki al one for farther a
laUl of tUa oOaring.
aaaim coi Soptombor 15,
1928, and will mom to)
WtrintaraotM that data.
A. W. MELLON,
SWualafy of Iha Traaaa-y
WaaUnftoa, July S, 1921. .
Arw, ill n
CL K L A N D....
TO BO NTO
itv Yoan....ti oi
I R. RODISON
4 a f
XKn vnii hnvl
ypu get the
for your :f
Harvetis now in full swing
and reports are so favorable,
vtelda helne nen rail above thei
pre harvest estimate.
Frank Wilson of Santa Anna,
Cal. arrived in lone, thia wek.
Mrs. Kittle G. Turner is visit.
ing at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Elmer Griffith.
Mrs. M. R. WaUon and eon,
Hiram, of Live G'. California,
were here for a few days this
week m the guehts of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Heliker.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher and Mr.
ani Mrs. Chas. O'Connor motor
to Ukish for tht 4th.
Mrs. Dons Allstott and Mrs.
Walter Roberta were involved
in an authmobile collision on the
lone grade south of town when
their csrs met op the narrow
grad. Both of the ladiea escaped
injury though their cars were
Mr. Chas. Walker and sister,
Effie, of Cape Msy, New Jersey
were the guests oi Mr. and Mrs.
Elneit Heliker at Saddle Butte
ranch for a few days this week
They met the Heliker family i
few year ago in Florida wher
It ! their custom io spend the
winter. The Walkers operate
Small fle-i of fishing vtasels off
the Jersef and South Atlantic
See F. H. RoMnson for all kinds
of in sursncc, Autombile Grain,
or Combine Harvester.
Mirvo P'tlo mi born In Vvnli-o,
1254. ind died there In I3U4. Il i
a cclrbntrd Venetian traveler. Ai
tho ago of aereoteenbe it Mr led irr
tllng with bit fither ind uncle. Mur-
ao la a fToe artlb tlio mipenir of
China and wn retained In public rrt
Ice. Ho win einplojrcd In Imporlnnl
nilaaioni In virloui parti of Hie ein-
plro. Wlfh liii father ind uncle he
left Clitm In l'SH and after num ml
rentarei picImnj1 Venice In t3Ci In
12U8 ha ai taken prlroner In the imt
'tie of Cureula between tho Venrii.tn-
aad tho tlenoeie. He waa JMr.lned
at Genoa fur l year. Here he tl.-ill-cated
In French to a fellow captive.
Ruatlclinn of PUa, an account ol hi
adrenturea. which ultimately ohtiilne'l
a wide poiiulHrlty, liiunuuth a the
fnloa were the Unit KumiM-aa tr.irel
en In China.
trncrm mat aa to beft. so
SUETUIiN UNIT OCT. at, If
Low fares all parts of mid
west, south and east.
Fine fast trains.
1 1 1.17
Ztoa Mattossal Pawtt
Oa-aa Caajrwa Katl Fau
TaUowataaw NatJaaMU Fau
SUakjr Mowsrtaiai Nat 1 rk.
Tm IttuMrand Booklrt, Rcmt
tiea ana laforaiatioa, a44rM
Board and Room
By the day, week or
month. Transient meals.
Home coc!!r?. urxcel'.jd
service and the right price.
Second St., lone, one block
from the school house.
Mrs. John Grimes
For style, price and quality try
Star Brand Shoes. Bristow and
Mr. Harvey M. U-aves of Hoy-
den, Ind., who has been visiting
with his son, Ward Graves, for
the past five or six weeks, plaus
returning to his home in thelioo
sicr state, this next Saturday.
He expects to stop off at Good
n, Idaho for a snort stay.
By experienced woman, job of
cooking through harvest. Call
Mrs. Delia M. Corson, lone.
At the residence of Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, Second Street, lone.
Experienced nurse; reasonable
rates. Call or address Mrs. Ethel
Ritchie, lone. Oregon.
An bnyi ihnuld be educated with
temperance, ao the Aral grcuteal lea.
Kn that ihnuld he tiiuitht tlieiii t U
admire frnsallty. tl la by the exer
cise of thil virtue alone that they
cho ever expect to he uwful mem
ben of society. It li true, lecturea
contlnoally repeated upon thl mb
Ject may make aome boy, when they
grow op. run Into an extreme, and
become mlaera; but It were well hod
wa more mlaera than wo have
unionist oa. Ooldamlth.
Thar Are frog and Frogt
A biological concern In New Orlean
owni s number of valuable froe. lie
cently the froga were mluilng and
tha police were Informed. Later two
men were caucht with frogi In their
poaaeaalon. They claimed to have
caught them In the marehei around
tho city. Tho bead of the biological
concern, however, "knew hi onions";
ha demonstrated to the conrt'i intls
factlon that the deep ootea of the
fmgi varied considerably from those
of ordinary frogs caught In the
narahea. Tho men were convicted
and tho froga were allowed to hop
back home. Pathfinder Magazine.
GET THOSE WEEDS NOW
The new Cheney Weeder
will get the weeds and put a
mulch on the ground and
help hold down land blows
as well as work well on stub-
ble plowing. Get your or
ders in early as they are go-
We Pay the top
Market Price for
t and we need allthe No. 1 cream pro-:
I duccd in Morrow
i i next can to the Morrow Co. Cm ry Co.,
We are agents for DeLavalle !
W. C. Cox. Mur. 1
STWJENT BODY COMMITTEE
WILL ADVISE PROSPECTIVE
Prospective University of Ore.
students of lone will be given
complete information on what
courses to take and other phases
of university life by members of
the Greater Ortfcon Committee,
a student organization which will
have contacts with every part of
of Instate during the summer.
Elvn Bilsiger will have charge
of .ik rctk in lone, while Vaw
tei ! jU., ol Htppner, is gener
al chairman of the district which
inclu'? Umatilla, Morrow, Gill
iam a..-. Wheeler counties. He
will have for other assistants,
James Raley, Pendleton; Harold
Blackburn, Arlington; Ivan Neal,
Condon; Kay Dudly, Athena; Nan
Crary, Echo; Harper Barnard,
Fossil; Wilbur Shannon, Helix;
Marjorie Clark, Heppner; Flor
ence Woughter, Hermiaton; Har
old Johnson, Milton Fretwta-r;
Terrence King, Mitchell; Harold
Kester. Pilot Rock ; Virginia Key,
Weston; Sylvanus Smith, Jr.,
The University of Oregon is to
put into efiect two piaas this
year both of which will be of
great aid to the students. The
courses in vhe undergraduate di
vision for the lirst two years
have been revised, so that stud
ents may take general cultural
subjects and specialize during
the last two yean. For btudents
who wish to socialize immed
Caotwucd on Pg. 4
County. Ship your f
Iisseseets is 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 ns i t m a 4al