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The Ontario Argus
M. E. BAIN, Pubjjshor. Subscription $1.00 a year Always in advance Publish! Every Thursday. Entered In the Pout Office at OnUim, Oregon. for transmission throuitli the malls n second class mall mutter THK xlM.I I HONOR HOI. I, Last week lincl lull twn iih mi' en our honor lint. lil M01 ., have three, only throe men out of six hund red who owe us on subscription count rnmo In to pay their obliga tions and hlp M meet those thrust upon u Hut that In n good percent ge of Increase, fifty, anil If that keeps up we will nun 1"- whore wo belong with at lHt fifty a week com inn In, then or tan aatlHfy the credit or and feel like a man again. JulU'll Hurley, who In OjB after the noiiilniitiijii for Joint MaotOC on the repulillriin ticket was the flrHt one to call and get IiIh date advanced tn 11M7. fallen ha- been In the news paper business and fully realizes that the collection of the little .li.llur bills l :-n - , .n rciii ! thai It la In I" ' lo lo give tin I pood PP i III theae little matter nro al.ti ml' ! t He wan kin kind enough tn thai The Argil" I" t N miniy paper we have ever innl OBd Hint our efforts to gle the pi iH-wK.v Miieei wi.ui.i ttirtb "i" ""' la lime, If we could Mil) hold out iinul tho subscribers cninc In ami p. ml their bill" .lulleii la making a cauvnss for the Henulnri.il n Hull Mini OlOt linn, till" 1 In. .n .1 ll J Inlliird win another ol I preclutlve nin x io call. Mr. in had a lltilo ml In Hie pOpM It r the aale of MOM hogH, In- got Inner tlirmiKli I'm ml an. I thOt dotO on his mili-rii pi Inn advanced a year. We helleve .h lllllaril made a mis take In getting out of the hog husl O00 at tlita time, hut we cannot ull look at these mutter, imm the aame angle S I... I'ayne, who In a candidate for assessor on Hie republican ticket wan another to call and have hln suhscrtp- tlon date advanced. S I. ban been In the hospital for mime time but la out now and nays he la picking up and will noon be strong enough lo get around and meet tho voters He ban an Idea that he can materially reduce BOO. i nf the Hnneasoi and known the county no thoroughly that Iih can make an OOjaoMl ueaoaa iin -Mi Who will be the firal to get on our IM mi next week? H)H IIOMK AND I (tl N Mil We of the I'nlted States are a na tion of peace loving cltUens, with mi greater desires tlian to pursue our own course of honor unhindered and unhampered by the rent of the world. Vet with ull our pOOOOfal laMOUOQI we are slowly but inevitably drifting toward war town' ' .1 war of hor rors Inconceivahle tn the great ma jority of our people our homes and our country are In Jeopardy The president of the I tilted States ban stroinHv and MOMtOdljr lOtiOMl eil us in mil and h.i hogged congress and tin- pi-iiph o hi ton the i in -1 .1 II"' duty of prep 1 mir country to l the shuck If it 1 mi l llllllll III lal lo., ' 11. en of thought and i n -lion 111 . n of Ihe luml have Muted pulill.'ly that war Is inevitable other in BON humble walk:- of life have seen the beacon of disaster anil are demand 1 UK ai'llnii for doll I Hut some . pptar In give little heed or thought to Hie dangers of tomor- lovv Tliev calmly luniliil 111 the 11I1I tune ami fill anus belief lliat if war 1 ii 1 mini ' 1 111 1 11 loll men will spring tn arm! nver night and ilrive the invader from our shores." No more fatal thottgbl or belief was ever conceni'il in the in..i,t m 1.1 ill. o llinre iirtalll colli' f could M ever pursue for th eventual de struction uud .-erliloiu of our lielnveil country. Willi our thoutuiuls of miles of shores a.w MfdO! hi. ,i"niccteil. v.ith an uriuy of hut a I uiul.'cl ol valiant 1, w iih a lui) 1 lob high oil 1 t In 111.il v . - admit In he lamentably inudeiiuate, with a few unreliable sulunai im I U)d practically no aerial squadron. Willi in I'ul t aough lo cope wn nf Ull . in-liiy, with o "iiii'ili Ol 1' 'Willi' and I I'i'll, will, , and piti ful alla ol unpiepaii and 111 efficient v burl the vel gl of a 00 Wl 1 Ull 1. at mi ml. V million 11, el, would spring to arms. Tin, 1 Ibtit) mil lion men would spring in anus. Hut tbe arms would p pop Kuus utul oltchforkfl for we have but few other nrtni. Men with red blood light for a principle, and nations are but the un ideation of many men. At leant one group of the European helllgerentn are sincere In the belief that they have Just cause for a quar rel with thi United States. With them It Is a principle, and for thin principle these men will fight. They would not be men were It otherwise. (Mir views and their views appear in he irreconcllnhle. Nelthor side will admit Itself In Ihe wrong, and neither will face to the rear. To men who take a calm and unpreju diced view of all circumstances and conditions In the premises there ap pears to be little left but un event u al resort to arms. That resort. If It comes, will he fat al to un unless we are prepared to un it It an men of honor and deter mination, fighting valiantly, enllght MieiHy and effirently in what we doom to be a Just and sacred caime our homes and our country. Viii'Tlcii must prepare, hut pre pnrcdiiPHH connlntn of something more than men and guns We must create SOME NEWS .ROM THE IDAHO SIDE The appointment cards for the "Better Hnhlea Contest" were sent out last Saturday. Any mother not receiving her appointment be'sure to ,n y,-M wher th mRterU, ,, UBed can wrs. ixenneuy. tacit mnmer t-n.pinit urn ai.kai.fa Experiments conducted at this sta tion have led to the discovery that sulphur Is a very valuable fertiliser ! for alfalfa, says F. ('. Rainier, sup erintendent of the Southern Oregon Experiment Station. Tbe experi ments Indicate that It Is probably the sulfur In tbe superphosphate which Is responsible for the large Increase should orlng a robe or covering and a toy and be on time for her ap pointment An educational exhibit will be held In the 8th grade room, Krultland. during the content. On Fri day evening, March 17, a lecture on Eugenics and Heredity will he given hy Dr W. J Weese of Ontario The parents are urged to he presen t. The medal, diplomas and certificates will be presented the same evening. BETTF.K RABIES Some Important Truths: 1. II Is easier, hetteft and cheap er to prevent than to cure disease. 2. Everything that protects the mother before her hahy Is born Im If future resultn prove this conclu sively, then It will be possible to re duce the cost of our alfalfa fertiliz er hill Just 75 per cent; for sulphur In the form of crude ground sulphur be purchased for one fourth what Id cost In the form of super phosphate. This explains satisfactor ily for Ihe first time the valuable re sults which have been obtained from the use of gypsum and Iron sulphate a fertilizers on alfalfa and clovers. These materials are rich In sulfur. mar be It woul a unification of purpose, n patriotic 1 pr-IVes the health of the baby after I and loyally to our country and (M birth. Its traditions of freedom. Juti, humanity. While tho congress Is tnkltii to provide an army and Its arum ml nilpiiH . . M '' ' M iionld begin the work of wOldlOg our tit., mn cmut 1 frniogei mho rOmll) . with one I'm,,; .It, op aim, .mil one determlnatloi We ihllNld la Iff the nllen in -,i- Rtldal bl ne mil give him to ladMfOtaad that n Im r as he Is with 01 in M muM nnl d I he Is one of us in fact He 1 1 : 1 understand 1, t mine n citlen of the lulled States. ur Interests lire his Interests, thai our Hag Is his flag, that lie Is a hrot'i Of and not an object of distrust. A 1 should flood our own hearts with the Hod given attributes of pat riotism. Iidelitv and In.v.ilu. nf Jun- Mtcgrllv and littmanltv We I, nil!, I steel ourselves to meet Hie DOOki If It comes, with a calm and In llexilde pnrpie e to'do Of die In de fense of right and our country. To du otherwise would be to confess our selves un wm thy of the name of American. A great duty confronts the con gress, but a more sacred and solemn duty confronts the people you, and 1, and others of our kind. Our duty In to unify and solidify a nation composed of many racea of people from many lands. Let us meet that duty unfalteringly and un "hrinklngly, as men and an Ameri cans Let u n begin today. .1 Many nf the diseases observed in older children and adults begin in Infancy. 4. Healthy babies make strong in, n and women I, The baby's food. home, and nur r, 11 ml 1 11 km ploj an important part In keeping It well or making it nick. II. Mother's milk Is the best food for babies. 7. t'ow's milk which lias become Infected with disease germs kills many huhlea. I Kxirenie heat and impure air kill mn lialiles in the summer, es- pectallv the hni He ted babies Wanted By young with family preferred. Telephone It 01, lady work, Heferences. 1 It For rent, S room brick house, mod ern, central, on Main street. A. U Sproul. lOtf Irfist Between Dreamland and Riverside addition, gold stick pin. half moon with several pearl nets and owl sitting on Inside. Flndei please leave at this office. It Business Directory rilVHIClANH ATTORNEYS. DBS. PBINZINO A WEESE Ontario, Oregon Office In New Wilaon Block. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Dr. Harriet Sears Dr. Pauline Sean Graduates American School of Ostee I pathy, Kirksville, Mo. Wilson Block. Telephone 154 Blk V.WWWrVAA OKNTIHTH I1R. W. 0. HOWE . . - nENTIST Phenes: Office 117 Wilson Bldg. Bes. 1172 Hit. l. . IHIF.TT DENTIST OHlce ?nc door East of On'arl Phar macy on Nevada Avenue, .','enr R. R. 11. 1 ".1 WaSAiVMAArVrWAAaAMMrrA i;m)Kktakin; l'aperhanglng, I'nlntlitg. K iluniin Ing, etc . 7-tf W. A. Ieputy. I'hone S8 N 4, l-'or County t'oiiiiiil-vloner I wish to announce that I will he a candidate for Hie nouilnatloi as linitily COBB lor, subject to tbe 8. The health and happiness of "'" ' ,,,p rep.ioncaii voi.rs the whole lioiisehold are Improved by everything done to protect baby. the . Ingard died In the Hoi and was brought home John K Weaver. FOR IHSTHM T ATTtlllXFV. Mrs H I se hospital for burial. The I'nyette ( nminerclal tilth held ! the bent attended dinner last week;, they have had In months Many Inter esting talks we-e made. .II.IUMI HUM I CANNl ll Nearly 60,000 girls In the IS south ern mates were enrolled In 18 15 In the girls' canning clubs carried on cooperatively hy the State agricultur al colleges and the department. The ,ll' ( tin-e clubs li lo encourage glris from 10 to 18 years to grow to matoes and other vegetables In tenth acre gardens and to can their pro- Yep, the election time Is trotting ducts for home use or for sale. These right along It will soon be on the clubs are .under the supervision of gllllop I hereby announce m; candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the office of District Attorney Malheur County. II. W. 8WAOI.EB. of FOR ANMKSMOH I wish to announce that I will ho candidate for the nomination of as nesnor on the republican ticket, sub ject to the will of tbe rotors. 8. U I'AYNE. J. H. FARLEY Funeral dlrectc. and embalmer. Lady assistant. I'hone 1..2-W. Ontario, Oregon. W. H. Brooke, Wilaon Bldg. Attorney at Low. Ontario Oro. C. MeGONAGILL ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Notary lublic. Office Over Postofflco LESLIE J. AKER LAWYER Room 0, Firit National Bank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. Mcculloch & wood LAWYERS Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Ontario, Oregon. It. V. Nwagler Attorney at Law. Rooms 13-14-15 Wilson Bldg Ontario Oregon. I'. J. OALLAOHJCR I.WVVKIt Booms In Wllron Bldg. Ontario, Oregon nmseesaneissoassi w. Ill tSI Kit TRANSFER. BAGGAGE AND EX PRESS Meels all trains. JOHN LANDINGHAM PAID POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB COI VI X SnFNMOIt. I hereby announo myself as a candidate for the nomination as county assessor subject to the MOM nf Hie democrats of the county. R. M t AKI.II.I roll OOOm TRKAHl'RER. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination for the office of Treasuror of Malheur Cmni ty, subject to the will of the Dem ocratic voters ot tbe coming prlmar les. BOSS A. BOWAIH). Of course your Willie has high ideals, but has be a single practical Service, and tho extension depart idea'' ments of the several state colleges. Foil SHKItll F. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the nomination for Sheriff of Malheur County, subject to the choice of the Democratic elector In the coming primary election. If again nominated and elected I will continue, as heretofore, to en- I a. ill Imu. . 4liA kaai K . mm aLII nearly 400 women agents, who rep, ,wrv "'" ' w '"" uw" " "" """ renent Jointly the Office of Extension I" mtti ,re th tM p,yer "" Work. South, of the State, delations lratloo of the affair, of tho omce. , BEN J. BROWN. t present Incumbent for re-election) I l ' I' :' 111 if lilt OOMOOOOOOMV. . lOI ' m I wBfS ' TBat f Wt iw.br 4TM.'Mr sis 1 jAW lubMC" Co Df -Jsiwm i aoooooooooP V Ur mmmmmmirrs Mm mm It 'a an a$y job UmKi(H' I'll IllJrjB1 ' to iling Ih lip and I JH &3 sal H . ,. rmKL t.i.r.,1 u,.ibi.wa. lamtttJaVVatM' llin ' Mr H iirfi m ' 0000000011 of Evmrywhmr tobacco if toltt .....' fl-.l S..- A A... jvtm 1 10" t v ' awaiting your chvmrful .it. Buy tl tn tvppy rma bags, flc; tidy rd tint, 10c; handamm pound and half-pound hunti- dara a jsr trns nam Oa t -!,- m a pound crymtat'gtuas hunudot uim tpang - muiMtmnmr cop 1 hat kB4 thm tomacea sm fit i YouVe hit the right tobacco when you fire-up some Prince Albert in your old jimmy pipe or in a makin's cigarette. And you know it! Can't get in wong with P. A. for it is made right; made to spread - smoke - sunshine among men who have suffered with scorched tongues and parched throats! The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch. All day long you'll sin, how glad you are you're pals with jRiNCE Albert the national joy smoke You take this testimony straight from the shoulder, men. You can smoke a barrel of P. A. without a kick! It hands out all the tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed about, it's so smooth and friendly. It's a mighty cheer ful thing to I e on talking-tenrna) with your pipe and your MCagut at the sime time but that's what's coming to you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winaton-Salem, N. C. Kilt AHNKHSgR. 1 hereby announce that I will bo O candidate for Assessor of Malheur County, subject to the will of tho tlemocratlo voters at the primary election. If nominated and elect ed I pledge my very best efforts to wards securlug an equitable assess ment. B. W MULKEY. Hilt Ol NTY isslssoii To the voters of Malheur. County, I wish to announce myself as a can didate for the nomination as assesa or on the democratic ticket. I have been a resident of the coun ty over 80 years and thoroughly un derstand the duties of the position. J. M. DUNCAN. lars of your money ntnl I OtOttgO no self to ovnry nun it with good govprntiiPiit. If electoil I will devote my entire tlnio ntul energy to the affairs of the ofllm Impartial eiiforcniio'iit of nil hivvs, economy anil suppression of tisrloss litigation, my pliiiiin in ROBKIIT M nfNCAN. Milli 1 I liiM.'liv .ititiounrn B nlf ns can didate for noinlniitlni! to Hie office of Assessor on the ROMblMM ticket, subject to Hi. iliolre of the voters at the primaries. tit! A. A ItOBERTB. T4 THK VOTKHM Ol malum it oocmr. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of District Attorney of this county. If nominated mid elected I will endeavor to fulfill the duties of my office In a fair, fearless and ef ficient manner and to the best of my ability, keeping la mind at all times my duty to the tax payor.. V. i. CAI.I.AUHKIt. MIR CWl'NTY AHHKHHOH. To the voters of Malheur County I desire to announce my candidacy for the office of assessor, subject to tbo decision of the democratic elec tor, at the coming primary. If nominated and elected, I pledge economy In office end property earn 1111: power the base for finding value 1 . 1 t as otherwise pr -cubed ' law GUY JOHNJTON. KOHCOl XTV t I.KHK I hereby announce myself, a can didate for th nomination for County Clerk of Malheur County, Oregon, subject to the will of the Itepuhlican electors at tho cjinlng primaries. V. B. Staple. ANNOl M I Ml M I "hereby announce myself as o candidate for the Democratic nom ination for County School Superlo tendent of Malheur County In tbe ciiiniiiK Primary Election. If nom inated I will, to the best of my abil ity, continue to work to further tho educational Interest of the county. Fay Clark. FOR COI NTY AHHKHHOH. To the voters of Malheur, County, I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of county assessor, sub- ect to the will of the republican vot ers of the county at the prinary election. r, H. ZUTZ. KM COI TV THK INI HUt Tn the voters of Malheur I'ouuty, I hereby announce myself as 11 can didate for the nomination of COBOt Treasurer subject to the will of the ltepubllcan voters at the primary election. II. H. W1LMAM8. la UiiUla th Pn.ica Albert lulr r.d tin. Bur it ia impi,ili lo uui. tal la flavor ol I'm,,. Alb., I luk.ccol Th. pal.nladBnKaatUUcU KOH HKPRKHK.NTATIVK. I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the office of Joint rep reaentatlve for Malheur and Harney Counties, subject to the will of the republican electors at the coming primaries. P. J. PHILLIP! KOH KKI'KKNl NT.VHVK Subject to the choice of the Hep ubllcau voters of Malheur and Har ney counties, Oregon, 10 be express ed at the entiling primary election, I hereby auiiuuiui' mvdf candi date tor the Ilepubliciii nomination us Jmnt ltepreseutatlve to the legis lature from this representative dis trict. Dated Jan. II, 1916. rims M fruuilttll. ANNOl At KMKNT. I aOfObjjr iiKiinuuco myself a candi date for the nomination for County Clerk of Malheur County, subject to tba will of the Democratic voters ut the prliuurles Aithur Moody. ANNOl Nl I MKXT. KOH t ol Nil THKAHI l;t H. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the nomination for the office 1 .uuty Tr usurer of Malheur County, Oregon, subject to the will of tht ll publican electors at the coming primaries. C. C. Mueller. To the (itizeus of Malheur cou I desire lo announce that I villi be a candidate for the Republican nom ination for District Attorney ut the coming primary election and solicit your support. This office spends thousands of Uol To the voter, of Malheur Ceunty: I hereby announcement my candi dacy for reelection to the office of County Assessor subject to the will of the Itepuhlican voter, at the pri mary electlou on the 19th day of May, 1916. And If nominated uud elected I shall continue to assess all corporations on uu equal aud uni form basis with other property. L E. Hill, present incumbent. KOH STATE SI NA 'loll. I hen -by announce myself h a candldute for the offii. nf state Sen ator from this district. onwMMJdJ of Malheur, Harney and Cirant counties, II of the elector, ot I'Ul'lh'.in party at the pri maries to be held in May, 1916. Julien A Hurley.