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THE ONTARIO A K; I IS, ONTARIO, OREGON, Till KSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1.H7
PAGE 4. 5Jtj Gitalin Argua i Established 189f.) GEO. K. AJKEN, Editor and Publisher. Published Thursdays at Ontario, Oregon, nd entered at the Ontario post offlcfe for filstrihutit.il as 2nd clsjs matter. "SURKCKHTIONN; One year $1.50. s.x .. ths $1.00. Tlitve months Ofa Single 7? c i?. !-RkB The Pledge. pledge my allegimci bo My Flag nd to the Republic for which it stands; one nation, indivisible, with liber ty and justice for all. WHAT'S THE USE?. net the lii.inciiinker on his feet. It is co op- oration of this nature, eonstmetite in its purpose that will make possible the develop ment of the W i st. MALHEUR'S PROBLEM. POT several Weeks n .lit illlloHS 1:1 1 ell i' 'II lias been directed bi these columns to the niiiieetii.ii in Ontario. So far M letical results are rortcre I nothing has 11 :i, , iplishe.l. The only satisfaction i i.it baa been gained is the bearing of words approval from eiti.eiis who have some W I ml for the health and comfort of their fel I .v citizens. It Bright be added, too, thai we have ,nl level eiti.''iis in diseUSSinf tlioqui s ii pass their opinion eoneernin the eitv ll'i.ials who are apparently unable, or nn rilling to 'I" t hir plain duty and enforce I lie ordinaiiee passed with so iniieli palaver fall. While it is something ft! a pleasure ,.) bear these words that gets nowhere. It is I'aet that a number of citizens asking rather pointed questions about In- enforcement ot' tile seWcr ordiliallee. They can not see any justice, right of de- , ,ii, u the part of I eity adininist rat ion whieh orders new sewer laterals at sncli- i. . on the part of some eitisens, and then .tctually ignores its plain provisions. This oinsr aetuallv confers a benefil on those who wish to Ignore the law and thus en danger the health ot the entire enniiniiuit J Tin- ina not be the motive that lates the administration. The Argus does not believe that it is, but unless there -mi, ii some e nlcliee of activity to brilU about I measure of justice in regard to the ih. iidinin.stratioii ntUSt .Idniit that the penp', w ill have i right to think that in jltstioe is b'ing done w ilfnlh . Tile eity hcaltfl ..I'tieer receives the u sigud'ieant sum of fi per nth. All 'ha te can be expected to d for that sum is to keen wine health stati-ti. -. He call not al f..rd to antagonize people for that sum. therefor' he has slight interest in geting the seui i problem solved. The mayor gets no Salary, neither does the eoiliieil - but the Hayor on seeepting the honor of being the bead of the eii govertUDOnt, took an oath to i nfoive the law- ot tin state and the ordin ances of the it v o Ontario The people do not expect the MllVor ill peratlU to get Ollt and enforce these ol'illli auros, but they do expeel bun to see to it that the oldilialiei s ,ue ellfoleed b the pro i.. i officials. It the employes now working or the eitj have i"" tnuoh t" do with their pIVsellt duties. ,,lld therefore rail not see that the health laws are enforced then mini Per should be increased. Certain!) every right minded cittsen will coiumeitd the so i illustration In such aeounie, if it is needed. MORE HELP FOR THE FARMERS i In- bale; on d.i s for the far inr. Following on the beaU of the Federal 'arm loan act which gives him uioiiev at the per cent, or si. while ordinary morals II worship at the ten per cent shrin. . uts come the greatest era of high prices the country has . i known. Illiistratu u the bil.ical adage that, "to him that hath it shall I., given," the I uvgou in lias niadi a iniKiue nroiiosition for ale ot its lands. On the pa incut v. small sum the cuiupam gives inivli.. deed to the land, which in I permits him to borrow half the value i propert ironi tin Federal Fann loan J which be pays the cinpauy and it se e of the balance. it li crops t j i guai It often takes a stranger to point one's faults. This is very often the ease with coin mUnitieS. I'eople will paj more heed to the Comments of an outsider than to the studied observations of neighbors. Such should be the reception given to the observations of I). li. Hubbard of Kiinn, who is here to in vestigate land values on behalf of the Fed era! Farm Loan bank of Spokane. It frill ,.i th. ram In is of this region to heed the words of these federal bank bank agents. I'nless atteiit ion is paid to their ad se this region Will be crossed On the list Of sections in which desirable loans can he made. It musl be rememberd that the Fed eral loan are made on a long tune basis and the federal authorities want to Uin.w il the rancchrs are addicted to habits which will tend to reduce the crop capacity ol the sod during the life time of the loan. I bat iivliv Mr. Ilubbarddeelares that this sec tion is injuring itself by permitting rank injustices to be committed m tin- various irrigating systems. No word has been said bv and outsider that should be uiven greater consideration l. the ranchers of tins region. It ny per mittingoiie man to have more water Hum his neiirlibor is to result in depreciating tin- loan value of the whole district, the directors an working to the injury "1 the people tin re i, resent. This is dislinetlv a problem for the directors and managers of irrigating terns. It is directly a problem t" wnicn ins ranchers should give attention. After al lowiiiL' even consideration for envy, jeal ousy and undue suspicion, that there is some truth in tin repeated stories one Dears 01 r.-.voi-itism in tin s steins, must be admitted. or a man like Mr. Hubbard Would not draw such coiislusioiis after viewing the land. LESE MAJESTY. th.. Ijflmiriees lor next ear's . rop one or two cHU pav the full value of the latin This a great age. It is an age of para doxes. Just at the time 111 which, folk. wing the had of our renowned President, we are etidesvoriug t rid the world of German fashions m government; Malheur county is introduced to one of Kaiser Bill's very best little freedom stiffling devices, known as lese Majesty. The first victim of the new tangled Prussia n strong arm is Editor Hack ney of Jordan Vallci who bad the temeritj to tamper with the dignity of the I'rosecut lug Attornev S office and that of the Sheriff. For bis reward The Jordan Valley publisher had a trip from Ins mountain home Moiidav to Vale to tell the (iranil Jul? all about the sonnvbi-ooke of .b.rdan Vullev . where beside it. Inlilieul milk and honey' there flows i iii i' .:.. .....l lii..t . n..i I.. It . oodles anil oi lines in iihhm mm mo '" " 'i iu I ie, according to Ins reports It has been some time since Mrer Hackney has been out from the Valley and since tin trip this tiin was at the County's expense, it oughl to furnish him the idea by which he cap take an annual va ation. There is a big difference between "lied" and "Yellow" Socialists. The former are direct aetiolilsts. The) believe III .ili lllealls to 'attain their end. The "Yellow" Socialist so .idled b the Reds who hale tin in as bad l as thi do capitalists, adher to the princ iples of collective ownership ol baair in.iiis tries luit desire to attain their end by means of the ballot. These Socialists, like tlw. I.'nii.l. in il Mi, -dish Socialists are mam testing their lovaltl to the ( io clllH'Ilt III its effort to piepetuate fleeilolli ill the World. The public should note the distinction be tweeii these branches of Socialists. There is also a vast difference between the plain Socialists and the I WT, W ..Tiny shoiil.i be thoilghi "I as bcmS identical. Over in Idaho the are anticipatu hot eampaiuu next fall with tin North Ha kota disciples ol .ii I'artisanistu as tin lers in the fight against the old maclm While the N'orth Dakota system has done tllUlgS in that state the eieruneiit has not gojie for enough, as vet, to demonstrate its ciiratixe powers as the panares for the jh. litieals ill of that oiiee boss-ridden state. It has shown that it can make tilings unph aut for the old line politieans. Ibm m I . too, n is said that the in w th.oix will endeavor t. gel a foothold, but Oregon ia ed to baviug in W idaes icoioraleil ill tin ballot. Tl lUeh of that sol I of th of an tiling that looks lily, a cure all. 9heytrgu Sradc-aUiemc Patronize Ontario Stores Department. Patronize Ontario Stores The man who is willing to advertise his goods, has good goods to sell or he would not tell you about them It will pay you to investigate the goods sold by these firms who use these columes, They will serve you withijgood goods, at the right prices. You ;Can Get What You Want in Ontario A (loud ll.iiiU In a (in...! uuntry llltMT MIII.MI, H.XXK Capital and Surplus 1100,000 Ilmli Stovw Furnltura, Dlihcr Na w end Sacoml Hand 'looiln BouRht and Sold McDOWKM.'K KMIUMIi; HTOHK Mnolauma, Hlcyolaa. Sawlnr Machlna. Trunk Commercial and Job Prntlng The Art Btudlo in aSW SIV1M0 J f Klild. l'rop. riiotocraph. Portrait and Vlawa Kraut! and Salt Maata 'l. I Mill MAHKKT II II Tunnv. Prop. Our Sarvlce Will Pleaaa You PuHtarj i uiii'wllouary ri kit SASSBn Makom of Kram KriiKt llread .i-ilverlM F.I.OKIIK.I I'MIIV Iaon Kldrdge. Prop. Spi'ilul ni-llvcrlwH for all Wacona Haiku - lliiHlra s UIKI BSSSl eolt- l'OKTH ol i l Ml There are None littler Thau the SMkMalkSf Kxpert Keparlmt u. v. Mfssas Watch- Jewlery, lut lllaae OoU d Silver Plate "WK GIVK 8KUV1CB THAT sssvas" oMMUo N UIOVll, IUNK We Invite Your Rualnaaa on the Balala of Security and Accuracy Oood Cowe- i;...id Service M Ml llt I. liiiiKeliiui. '' We can Kuinlali Milk or in I urge Quanlllea KodaWK ..loery OSTAIllo I'll Utl The Corner lirugc Store The Retail Store Fountain Service That Please Ontario' Only Tailor B. OOPS Have Your Suit Made Just For nn Ulaaewurc. Crockery. Tinware IK VAIUtTV STOKB uru Intra, Pro In our Lines We can Save You Money :der too Large None too WILSON BUOS. Tin No Long WMi No Short Weights NO FAILURES WITHOUT EFFORT Somstlmtt a Nobl rilur 8rv th. Werld at Faithfully at a Ontinguith ed Suoceat Lack of Capital and Patrenegt Farmtrt rtqutntly Fail. He Who Maktt Ne Effort Exempt. r..po luhir.l on in- Tiioii.a J Sullivan I He only la eieiii.l li...n failure who maker no effml In Um !' ".. ol .o. mil. wblrb falf reservee for a lirlgtil inniiliuoil. tbrre It ii. k.i. h wild a full It comes later In life There are eo many reasons which aaa sUlntlj ami iimlifully I sU ragMS an m linen nntrlliullng M Se .... ii,iiii. tlmt I will eudeavoi, to analyxe olil.i the n ln ll ones -the liiminenx fullin." failure l a lp lo success; l.-ii . i. ..ii i.f what la false dl saeaj in e) hat it true; every trial ei hauals tonic leuipllug form of rrrtu Not only to. hut tvan-ely any altein.i It i-nilrely n rullure. acari'el.v auy the . Ilia result of Kivtily thought, to bet raise No tempting form of error It ulili.ml latent ebarni Ml I I HI I. on U. In t i.'iiw. the highway ..Mi.ii -liiii.'i.i lii.i-iinii'h as every ary .,r wlmi It fultc leads ua lo seek ear neatly after what It true, ami .in.i i.iio- potato "ut som fni in of ttfgff lih h thtll afterward ufafnllj grold In ISM in U' ' Ii.im- mil UietlMU'e ,! IihIimiIuiiI catet or their in no can, but will deal altogether willi i in. ...nun. -H-lal tide of the quet- li. in Hi,- inaiiit-a full i in the mott general and yin m, .ii elite It lack of capital. Many iiieii VMitur Into business wiih Jutt enoogti ui..ii' m "itwluu" the euter prlae for u umutli. al (lit gflal of win h Miif iln 'i rvn. i the new butlnea to r supporting, it tidoui la, and nn. iM n I una t financial cripple lh turn Huh:. k nusj i,, htpiieo fafliiic. utinott lntl.net Rtquirod. II may le tald lu patting that coai bind with Hi ii.-. f"ini of failure there are two others, lack of bualueaa luatlm-t and butlueet experlenc And these Ihri'i' T frequently augment ggjgsiaj dtngvroiit lu bnalneat, ami that It eugaglug In t bualueaa of whl h ynu hav no know! ege or lpfnrg In N man can hot lo tin civil in any Hue of bualnaaa where bit pilaris)! iualimatloua Br aaaeta and i Hut wiibmit atlgl the tuost pro ii.iiii. .s ..in,.- ni inioiueta failure la .m hue or iu ajj . .iiiuouulty Is that of lack of i So liiialue con- cfiu, proftttthunil man, church or echdbl can loug eudure without patrou age llcnu-iit Merngl wltdoca hat de . iv'iil lh.it IU.IUI tlioiihl 1'ifi -I mil In iiimmI sj iihii The beautiful rett lu the asjBtsaSg l he gt-iiilf aeed the atroug to tutluiu ilu-ui at lun. h at rock tluwera uvi links to grow ou or the ivy the rugged wall which n cm brace I'rtrousge la i urn of biithfea. ami without II failure follow Jaat as aureiy at death follows th rock rt.,ci iiii.l the ii . -i beii their aupport it wlthiiruw i. Farmtr Froqutntly Fail. it UtM who nili inn la i..' raruter, the . H ndu el "1 n - .ill ' lie failx ut of mil other In. Mill. -, iiieu !..-. ante of i have been I mm aud reared as furuiers aud III the iillallllcatlon lo follow nut racallM It It not iittiint and a full leiilU.iliou of I he iiiH-e hit I in iu lontlitute the tlrtt principle of the tu h.oe not t-u olillueU , - "f tlie Ictal luer to . IllUt llll' 4vj riioNt. I'Mi'liil i I. ,li! .i in. reliant Is ..nil .i ie. it. iflloKUi- lloUsea ilntajs would it nuer ,0 at the right arte ali Th Argua OtRoa. HlOVt 41W to rally to the aid of toe man who equaled bj ..ei aud hit U. S. Tire Auto Uvrjr Accessorle I III I oll (.All SSl Krtile Hay nea. Manager. Agentt for Ford Motor Cars tteee Developing I'tintlng Amateur Finishing Price List THK IIUUIKM. MTUOIO Knlarglng Copylai ttottttote to Hsy Uraln S4 Saskt. roullry Rupplle cash ssun oosvairi Forwarding OBT A SAXON! HAM'N sl,r t). A S. hrown, Agent. It's An Ideal Car to Breading Stork Incudators Poultry Supplies ONTARIO PRODI i I i o lien Howe, Manager, Wholesalers In Poultry and Kggs . Shining Parlor I KOfl.LM I'lltxHMn Wm. Tailor Prop. Ladles and dents Tailoring Work liuariinteed Steam, Hot Water, Air Healing r. H. CI I gflMM IIKATINO i otsnun I'liin.l.lni: ami sheet Metal Work Indian Motorcycles and Rupplle cleaning, 'renting. Heparin; ONTARIO UOllKIIX PRKNMARY Beamguerd, Prop. Suite Made to Measure nrseta Art Needle Work Oil Palutlngs. Noveltl MII.I.INKIU ART HTORH 1ICLL O HAHRKLL Royal Society Ooods THK STORK THAT SAVES VOD MONEY RADKRH' Call Again' Kdltou Plioiiographt Sheet Mualo W. I. II RSr.H Real Eataie, Reutals lnturano Sheet Mutlc Iteoord tttttoto TROl I I IMCI.KMKNI It). Dealers lu Farm Machinery, Wagons oto Hlacksuiilh llnrenboelu 1'IOM.KIl III i KH.MITH A in, I Win I, yells, Established In Malheur County lu the Year of 1884 ik a Spacialty -i I .ii ing In Second Second iy a IiikIi price for a new w lieu w can supply your nedt wliii oue allgutiy "t FHAN'KI Setiuid Haud Store i.iNK J If it's Job Painting. You i will please you We are ready at i times to quote price ou all you printing.