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PACK C OBTAR! WOMAN DIES WHILE IN MOTHER RECEIVES SON'S E COMMISSION AS SERGEANT I IRKB1 ;s srciiVIl TRIAL D1 stiihvs MVK.ll. BARN 'Inim) friini Kir I IVc Word r riiliit ol Hi- (ipntii ..r Mr Borah v J on Of tl.in rltv. ill Spokane. Warll. thin mornltiK Ml '""' HWI1 III P. ' ll "I ggajM to f "" '' ' riwlci. nnrl la nope thai th trip mlRhi be ol I II to her. I.oily will be broughl to (inter In I day ntiii tha funroa) nervlnv will tag. the B ptlM 1 1' ran of whi. ii aha ha been IBB pant riftrnii rara. Mrn Johnson wan horn In tVrrnl, Arkansas January 1, 1895. When til yearn of rue she wan married (o T. t Johnson and In 1884 they moved to Oregon. They are: A. K. ond Wil liam Johnson of thin city. F . T C. and John A. MM of Hpnk Geo. R Kellogg returned Tuesday from a trip to Milwaukee. . '. Spromta thli rclviil from bar ton his as wrg.-ani In I quadrofl of late 'a riirhiinK forca al Ban uionlo. With oilier bOjn Harold Iproula is working Ills am) up In the new mi UJ wtttoli Amaloan youth haa addreiaed Itaelf. Mrs Walter Cl.'tiu returned from tha Ironside rountry whera "he vlelt nd with Mr. (llenn who ran hi rattle In that ration thin summer. Willi .liui La.wTMoa and othar cuttle men In that region Mr. Olani "hipped tlie fat ntock to Omaha In all the nhlp- omprlnnpd of III head making a ntraight train load from Unman to Omaha. Judge and Mm. lir.lton Blgus mot ored to Boise Thursday. lie Coajt, in a spirit of "show me," put a half dozen of the new Remington UMC Wetproof Shells into a hag and placed them, bag and all, in a pail of water for a three hours' soaking. fhen he rubbed and rumbled the bag and (hells together just the way wet shells would be rubbed around in the pocket of a hunting coat. The shells were then dumped out onto an oilcloth covered table unafTrctrd lv the soaking and rub bing, except for a slight fading of color. Next he cut one of the shells through with a knife and found both powder and shot perfectly dry. yM am -- 4 : e-To -vi though they had never been near the i Stiff pressure with the thumb showed that the crimp was still firm. Comparison with a dry shrll proved that tlie body had not swollen. Then he worked the remaining five soaked shejli through the magazine of a Pump dun. and f c them as I sure sud si Tli the ft us is the severeit trr of wrrnroohna a shrll has ever been through and one that only these Remington UMC Wet proof Shells would stand. They make your shooting independent of climate. They re tha shells you want. "' Sum Si . 'Si - Bald by iiartwg GaaSi Daalan In Yaur Cwummit ...... oil KtM Oil Ik, , . -W S.s Awwrtiw I'HU BbMINo 1 ON ABMS t INION Mh I AI I IC ataiiKico. i. ...',... ...M'M. ..tamMliH Wl-wt awfeiuuj, N.w rh u ii J .flPlfcjk aunk avHM Bt firs as Jaflrfl Rbbbw.! awdkfl' BWI JJJJJJJLl BB? I DON'T LOSE THAT HAY INSRE IT!! This the driest season the country has .ever known More fires have started in fields and stacks than ever before. YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO TAKE CHANCES If vuur hay burns thru the work of nil l.YV.W pi thru Boeidont your whole crop is gone, and Living will be high. We pan, at a t liming coal ko you timvrt you against los faor a month or for a aryin any one t" six or eight of the biggeet anl boot iMurtneesi 001 panies in Ainerioa. ONTARIO REAL ESTATE CO. S. F. TAYLOR, Manager JRttnT 'mr Is "" - . . ft I 1 1 "i ai 1 kg lii flann 1 ni ue Bl 1 llrl.tnnli the flmt on 1 Hi.' Fnea and drove oul 1 1 t four in tiu eorrml, it wbh aoon evident thai tha fore of wnter was In ndaqnato to ntt'-miit to ubdM tin- ' ' ! iiri'mon and iten- vlMX til'- ' I I'llll ! !.. . ..I 1 1 rl IS. it'.....) nil .'CM'. III. rem the barn In thl fill tin. l.i tha tint that ' . I. 11 Ii of air ntlrlnn, tin. 1 ii"- ilnmeannd - W haav- award mid foil dlraott bMk. Had -there been nny wind the lumber yard con I.I not have heon saved and a large pin 1 Ion of the buelnnxe dlnlrlrt would have lirpii ondanarrod Ho elow waa the wiitor prnaanre tli: t srlsaaj the firemen Attempted, to put out tha biasing arm on the light poInK the utr.-i.im would Heareely reach thl inimioet arm. 80 frr ib known there is no clue to ihoeo who pcrpetratod the crime, If crlm It wiiH. hut the officers aaarch ..I for two MiispirloiiH rharartem dur ing Hie rvenlng anil Ii- ve continued in IiiM'HllRnte the iimttor nine Outing the evnlng beore tho fire Marnhnlle Knrmer and DeniHon made 11 (MIStoM tour of tho oltjr to round up vug vltltlng all tho box care and marline In Hik yards and all tha va cant liiill.lliigH on both Hides of tha '--mk On thl- ItMiifx-tion trip both srMI thru tin1 h.-irii. from top to hot torn, nnd on hie Inspi-iilon after tha flmt flro Mr. Denlron went t" tin tell In v.-lil i-li 1 li flret fire was dla . . mi. .1 .1 tluil Hi. offl. inln arc cT 1 lain Hint Hie Horond hluxo could not have MM from uiM'iild.'rlriK omhara. Nolthnr on 1.1 It have bean caused bf 1 liuiii.iii. .mh i-oinliuH'.lon, for the even ing was cool and by the Hum tha fire KituM-ii it Iih.I iictui My lioooina elillly At IciikI two moral are being drawn hy tiu pnliMo generally a the reHult of the flrn that Ontario reads to awsko wltii the oilier commuultlea i of the valley to the I W. W. menace' mi. I tin- e'oiiil I. Ii is t Hie water supp ly In cntl ly loo low for the nafety of Hi coniiniinlty. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAF For the Present we are Making This a 5c. Although the Wholesale Price i Above This Figure. WE WOULD SUGGEST BUYING NOV WE ALSO HAVE-,- Pure Castile Wash Rag Toilet Soap Peroxide Bath Tablets Sea Foam in 10 and 25 cent Packages the Best Washing Powder in Town. E. A. FRASIER V CHURCH NOTES oNuni Hon u . in in 11. i nun. my nrni'iii in in .1 in J. f. Mct'rlglit gupl Xo .riiicliliif Hcrvlc- itiniiig AugiiHt IIIIIBKUT l.l I.N'tiS'lO.V. .MlnlMter. BAPTUsT 1 hi in 11 Mm 1 The i Btajf w:i Hi In-. iil:ilt limt Sun. I iv .oul I -l.'n.llil itOI'Vlce at the jMoriiiiiK liou,-, uliii iii-o iniptiKm at tl BjOfjt of Hi' Toplca for iihxi SiiikI .y August Jl: si II ii m., "AhI"o 'n 11 Hsrher's I'lialr". Ttie I" 11 Ion cviulng he r vice will be ai tin- m k Churek with tin- nermoa hv It - 11 HHknr. from the topic. ' ItiibKhllimn, th lilsxphemous He llglon that Annlhllatee Jnaus Chrtat." A coniisi waleoasa so all . D, K UAKEH, Pastor. I Mil II I'HKHItVTKItlAN t'HI H H IT.... hlng at 1 1 a. m. No preaching service during re inulnil.T ot Augunt Inioii service at Methodist church ..1 I in p 1.1 m N HltoWN Pastor. TRACTOR Doslguci li Itollin II While, iltwlgn. turnout. While Motor TrnckK Mr Wlill. utl built the (levelooil 'I'm, oi Ii. perform nil of tl-e BUM tUHkf ruqulrlng power on mi i.nn Ho has niade It eaay to operate, i-coiioiiiic-1 to run, easy to MsffJ for aad iitoiolutely dependable. In oparaii .hi. 19 H. P. AT THK I HI AW HAK m H. P. AT THK PI 1,1, KV High speed, honvy duty 4 aylta der Hilda moto.-, S point spring auspenklon. Weight 17 f0 lbs. height. 62 Inches, width 60 In . length In, cl laranco II In., Ill sp. Inches traction sui We rarry 'uinidrle line m 1'irts $1186 f. o. b. Kivun, OHIO MaVSrV hiuvthkiim KsUbllahed 1H0 . . Northwest DUtrlbutnre . . PMtoel, Blk. PorlUml, ,.-. Ksferaacas Bradstreets, Duns or any Hunk .WSWii w. J. - m . . . "!-. -i-ij-u-rxj,. Town Topics Tersely i MI.IHOHIM' (III lllil Mills Sunday School 10m)8 a. in 1 I HI' I in Treadling, suhje, I : Mu iliolca." The t M loo .service will be h. .mi cliiirch st 8:30 llr WtiilurH. the Hi t Supt will in. ! Hi.- ..iinerH of the church in t business meeting Tuesday at 8:00 p. in August 20. KAHI. HANW I MIMHTKKA1. AHM4M IA1ION I'liejl'nlon Mrvlce will l held this week. Sunday 8:80 ut the MetbodlHt church. Hev. HaK.-i ,.f the Baptist church will prtwtch tka - -riiiou. HA i lloi.ii ill 1. 1 ii or' THK III I S.SI Ii S(KAMKNT Regular Servclea: Pirut Sunday of each month Low Maas at 8:00 a. m.. High Mssa. 10:00 a. m All other Sundays High Maaa at 10:00 a. in Hospital Chapel Mass dally at 1:80 a. m Saturdays t'utechiam. 3: 00 p. su. KKV. II A I'AMPH. Pastor. HKISXON PHIPPH WKIiHIM. Cantonments to B Ksu On Tims. Washington There will be no ser ious delay in constsurtioa of the 14 . antouineiits for ill. nuttonsl srwy, aid Soeietuo Ituker unit all r tn eatabilshuiifiii.s tirobabj) will he ready about stasOtlBSbar I. Hie .lute cunald ared for ingsni onlis, lbs flrat 2&.k)o aaea. ttleeia the uien, tha iwcra lar nilieaied. piobuhly iU Usgm early In July. Ocean Rates Will Drop. vVusblugiou An oarly reduction la eeees fratght rale, probably wilUujas from eonfareiicea sow going on be tweea tka Amencaa sad allied go ramasils. Authority to commandeer afclpplgg. recrotly grsuled by roB. grass it waa .aid, makes posslbls aa iateraatlueal arrangemeat that will face oceau urifta toward a aunasl letel. Fred Hi mi on sud sslss Bliss Plnp pi. wore aiarriod at the Methodist parsonage Sunday afternoon by Rev. Karl llaiiua .'. eds will uiaWi- i in as),000,000 FunS Csnnot Lsat Lena. Waabiugtoa. New demands on the American Had iiosa disi loaad by Kllol Waitawonb. acting .liauuiag. mow mat ta iioo.uoo.oou fund aot last longer than mi mouths THE MARKETS "ortlsnd. Wheat-I'lnl, ajBf,; blueetem At; red Huasisu, $2 2$; forty fold, - Barley No I feed. $41 par ton "- Timothv $s oer ton; alfalfa v I'll III ".v at the lliipllsi cliiirch iieM Sunday iui.riio..ii in .mil Mra W J R Tues day evening for a vaiatlon trip whi.-li Hn-y will spend ai Seaelde o Mi and Mrs Oitd lllacl llonie.lale .ore Hi (SMBtS of Mr. s'ld Mrs j ii Blackaby over tho end f ' H Watson ! ' no .1 Sunday frnin a trip to St lit hiiiiy , Idaho "where he went on hu me - o Mihh Mnhln Uefoe la in Kugene, Ore gou where hIic la npoudlng her I Hon v lulling her parents. MIhs Hurt by Turner who has been employed at the Malheur Home Tele- plume company realgned her poal- ' ii a position with I lie I'al- Murket. . o- M B, Newton relumed We.li,. dui from Portland where he spent the past weak. o Judge Hall. hi Hlggs took a car load of legal advise to Vale Monday in hla own person end that of Alton J W Mcfullo.-li. w ll llrook. I' I tlsllagher. Hup) of S. hols ll K Douglas waa the one laymen on the load. Attoiueya W W Wood and It $fjj 8wagler left early lust Thursday morn nig for Hlue Mountain Springs In Grant county for a week's fishing, o Miss Sui.li Painter who has bpeut i1 I' i ! iiionlhs with her brother and hiKtar, Mr. and Mra Bort Wheel ou of Burns arrived in Ontario Tues day on route to her home In 1' resect t. Washington, after whlifh -.me will go to I.aGrande to attend the high .oliool there thia winter While in Ontario aha Is the guest of Virginia lt.i.,,ids. . Haivsy Bender of Iduln. I . Hved In Ontario thin .s k to his vacation lime with bin relatives . Mrs. and Mra H O. Or;ne and tannic are enjoying a vacation nip s. win $Jm t-l.-hta in Utah. Miss Irvine 8mith and her i:eea. Kahertne Kohoiit formed the n guard of Ontartana srhn went to Bohsa to assy Kiuglaiid Bros clrcua Miss Smith went up Wednesday Mrs. .John Rasniunaen and family returned thia weak from a month's visit in Montasaivr Bear Lake and "ther points In Ksalern Idaho o Mr and Mra 8. D Dorman went to Boise Thursday and of course aaw the sights under the big Mi mil Ml I Ii Hincsat Margaret Blackaby and BB I'riuslng oaw the eleph-yata, i inns nnd drank red leruonsdsi .lay, i. nipjueii m mi ai i he i. nun' of Mrs. Baa ford Thursday evoninr the .luh , in. wltii i. I re-ii meats I prised tho ho ( a I'lie family la inovliif former home at ' will locate pramanisHi. Tha club will lord vary uiuoh to aha menihar, elways willing ta P irl Some 10 mambora were bmj .lell.-louii I ..rved IS and con vernation waa sajafi a 1st hour. STUCK! I in .tuck! They've got my t l.o 1 sueaa It's ap to me to go. That little capaul aaye. "Itflj We've got s man's sine QH I felt it dimming: had a liuM That I'd be In tha first call Hut ".v How big that number loaS When first Hie figures rsagM Believe ma, lhay were lw f iied some? At first, waJJ It kind of got my goat, 1 ksM Of course I thought of luotliM That's where It hita a felloe-1 And than I nover told But there's a tilrl I'll sol Well, bo, 1 shut my Jsws a And then, somehow. 1 thu And wlieu he wss a husky I He didn't wait for draftls Juat packed his kit sue hiked I Aud mother- -not quite iwantl She stuck till he csoi lioosa 1 know i bay naU to see ui t They think a lot of me but They'd never lift Hih- M - peak If I should aim a yellow utrai Tha OlrlT If nhe's tbe kind i while, a weep a bit then ssslM And bid me Ood-speed to iba i.lke I waa noroe old fai.l!W0 ,u i ut she klddlal, ni ..iiKti" Aud I'm tbe ! Say, whore's It BSgJ ' '-me baud) I I r.-uul