The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, September 07, 1916, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    TUB ONTAtllO AHGl'S
TIHUflDAY, HKI'THMHKIl
1111
PAOK SIX
Range and Alfalfa
Land at reasonable prices
and on 10 year terms
Stockmen should get in
while the getting is good.
We have sold 98 sections
during the
if an
days
Oregon Western
Colonization Company
A. W. TROW, Agent ONTARIO, OREGON
WHO IS YOUR BEST FRIEND?
THIS BANK, OF COURSE
It MffW you rvery day in the year by caring for
your money, thereby preTentilUJ itl being lost Of
frittered away. It not only dOM this, but it pays
you for the privilege of doing so by paying five
ptT eent iBMIWl on your time deposits.
It wives you the free benefit of expert advice
on any siiliject involving the use or handling of
money.
It will loan you money at any time on ap
proved security, and aid yon in its in cNtincnt
and advise you in Itl management, if yon so de
sire. It will aid yon in many other ways if you
will ghra it the opportunity!
W'r invite you to open an account and become
a regular patron, and pay your bills by check.
1 1 the modern bueineai way. and it is the
safc-t wa .
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
ONTAKIO, OKKUON
Peaches Apples
Pears
Ripe ahoiit Sept. lOtllj We have a food crop of
the above varieties of fruit. Kxtra food quali
ty, fine flavor at prevailing prices mail orden
will be giveu careful and prompt attention un
less strike conditions interfere. If you are coin-
inii to Brugau for your fruit call at the big brick
waivhoiisc near the depot where We will be pre
pared to fill your orders in bulk, boxes or crates.
Address all comnumicat ions to A. A. Youbraha
Dejonghe & Voubraba
BrOgan, Oregon
THE UNIVERSAL
INSTRUMENT
Thirty year ago tlie telephone waa a luxury. Today,
through personal iDitlatlve aud private enterprise. It haa become
a ueceealty within the reach of everybody. Where once a buul
neaa had but one telephone with a limited talking range, today
tli.it business; haa service with rauge three-g,uarlera of a conti
nent broad, aud every branch of every business Is linked to ev
ery other by an intercoiuiuuuieutlBB telephone system.
The telephone bus earned its responsible place aud there are
uow 8,000,000 Dell telephones iu this country, over which go
20,000,000 talks daily
Kvcr lU'ii Mtpaeat ki Imhk Distance station.
Malheur Home Telephone Co.
I V " Mr I fife B& MA
Q Pneli llroa
HUGHES AND FAIRBANKS.
EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS.
Two futile luvil'lnim nf Meln and
alz ecnarate and dlatlnct iiollclea on
the qttPMflon of HrtnlttliiK arum anu
ammunition to lie Ml MB tlmt M
try nrn lie linlcil In the porfrninne
of the Wilson nilinliilHtimii.il In Ita
ileallnga with our eoutliern nelgiitinra
In less than throe yenra. It In thla
characteristic ln-li(lillty of the gov
eminent that licit..-' peoplo wimt a
change.
Ttrynn relterntre that he la out for
Wllaon. "Iliirk from Hie tomli n dole
ful aound." -Phllnilelphla Inquirer.
The atnpplng of Oovernor HuitheV
auto by a Cnnmllnn noMler will not
mutter, Inasmuch iih the hand wagon'a
liMgrcaa la nut to be lutprrupted
MR. WILSON HAS HAD
NO MEXICAN POLICY.
"Va cannot lat tha American
pint fall to low that, lapped in
tha luxury occmiontd by a for-
ign war, wa shall tao American
livat sacrificed without a datar
mination to pravant it and to
maka tha Amarican rama honor
ad and ratpacUd wharavar our
flag ftiat. Tha troubla with this
administration it th.a: I don't
think it avar haa had a policy in
Manico worthy of tha nama."
From Mr. Hughas' Spaaeh at
Chicago.
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Pemoerata who hnrlMirer hopea that
Joappbua would catch the vlma from
! the Ilryan aud OarrUon realKnatloua
are atlll nuralng their illnpinliituient.
' NothliiK remnliiH for them tint to re-
"lirii to n renllznlloii Hint .limeptiua will
not resign.
"Inadeiiuate" aptly rhnin.terliea the
WIN. !, nilmliilstriillon, hut almost any
ayiioiiym of unsatisfactory will do.
When (hnrlea K. Ilitshen sal. I "The
iIi'iiIIiikh of the ltd lulu lit i nt I. 'ii with
MtStM 'oiiHtltute a ennfiieil i liapfer
of lilmnlei'M." he gatS mi explicit ' tin i
acterl.iill.iii of the VIIs..ii ulinlnlstiu
thin s pulley In one semen, c
Just an It Is now uliMlnutcIv abut
till'-: Iti eyeH n in,' Md Of IniliiHtrliil
pi i :i l ml ii.".H. In in.... veins the Wll
OB iiiliiiliilHtriiil.il refused to see die
OOOd of aie.iiiile inllHiif.v piepnreil
1 1 with win- on nrn- m ii i h bar
dM It Win ronletit to lily nil 11
army I hilt inn' I niily muster n ihhi
iiMiiiiiMe men and refuaed to continue
t ii.- aatabUatatd ...n.y nf IuiHiIIuk up
our inn j When the lime mine for nc
llmi the i. .unlii 1 1 tn 1 not inltl. -lent
troops t.i p.i. e the linriler. iiinl this
folic Iiiih liecn Nllppleliieiited h.v II tittle
more Ihnn mie Ihliil the win- Hlreiik'th
of the nil t Ii iii.tl k'niinl If the nntloniil
dmlnlatrattoa bafl hmi the ability to
Interpret the affna of the time niiiiuiii
preparadoeaa would hava been well un
der wily lunletiil Of Lurch gajgajgj,
Charles K lliiKhes. the Itepilnliiiin
csnilnlute, re. nuiilcH an Important
fin t i hut Wnniirnw wii-.ni the Dagaa
crntlc preshlcnt. nipcnis .. lime ner
lookeil Unit the I'li'tc.l Mule In dig
cuntigh to help Mel o nut nf the con
dltlon of anarchy In which that MM
try la pin unci and, by aeciirtuir onlei
In Mexico. Insure eace nu our Isinler
Ttie Inauperahle handicap of the
Democratic party In thla cainpalgu Is
Its record.
If the Oemocratlc national admlnls
1 1 nil. ni had left oo the atatute booka In
ISiM the federal corrupt practices act
placp.1 there by the Kepiihllcaus there
ould be no occasion for the present
administration's campaign publicity
ganaPlw, whl. I. at best h a icrj- xir
Hiilisiltule for the law repesled.
Proa Ida III WINnns lampalcn mini
agera are entitled to all the comfort
they can get out of calllug the roll of
I'rogreaslves who are going to vote for
him It would be an endless task to
call the roll of I'rogreaslvea who are
not golug to vote for blui.
For every reason that can be ad
vancctl why I'rogreaslvea should vote
for Wilson ten can In' mhnnml wby
they should vote for Hughes, and the
beauty of It Is that thpy know the rea
aoua without having to lie told.
The Wilson administration went Into
Mexico to punish Villa for hla out
rage on American soil The only puu
Ishmeiit Inflicted has been on American
soldiers, who were shot down at Car
rlzal by order of First Thief Oarranra.
"l'rim'.lln ltoosevcit, assistant eetre
tary of the navy, seea a atrong trend
fnr Wilson In Maine." News IHspatch.
Who enn hlume u man who for three
wins has ticcn aaaletani to Josephus
l'linlels for "seelnt; thlupiT"
Fvcu Woodrow WiNon could not
save the infamoua Clurke uineudment
to the Pliillppine.s bill He hist the
ablest member of his iiihincl Sccie
t n r ('iiirrlson liisiiuse of hU advocacy
Of the policy of scuttle, hut even the
sacrltlce of Oarrlsnu could not save It.
MR. HUGHES HAS EXPLODED THE
"KEPT US OUT OF WAR"
ARGUMENT.
Mr Hughes' attack upon the "kept
iih mil of iviir" aruumeiit has arou-cd
a storm of enthusiasm.
"Kept us out of war!" be demands
'Why, there were nlnctepii men gixsl
American soldiers, shot down at Vera
Cm. and Mam Mcxlcnns were killed
bj mir men. Th.it waa war. More
iii.t. It wna n very Ignoble war. 1
have heard three explanattoiia of the
Vera Crux move.
"First, It was explained that It was
mil tie In order to compel somehmlv
NJ salute the flnu someliody who had
Insulted us Itut the flag waa not an
luted and tins not tieen to this day
Then It wns said that the salute was
not what we nought, but to prevent
the landing of a Isxitloml of ammuiil
lion Intended for Iluertn. The nmmii
ulllnii landed, however, nnd It tins
been shown thnt It reached Iluertn
n due season without luterfcrence on
our part.
' hen thnt reason wna ahown t
he untenable a third one and posslbli
the ri'iil one dually wns advanced
It was sild thnt our HMM of Vera
Crux was a move to compel the retire
iiieiit nf Iluertn. It seems iiosnlhle
that this Is true, nlthougli we had
promised the Mcxlciiiia that we w.nild
not Interfere In their affairs nnd told
tliem more thnn 01 e Hint we wanted
th. 'in to handle their own nflTnlra.
That Is win the Mexicans could
imt iimlcisiiml lis and thnt Is win
they show Utile faith In our promises "
MANANA.
Mamma, which l Mexican f.r
' it. hful waltluij.' s the I letno. nilh
keynota In the COBIXlbPk The Wilson
'i "snme time" after
s. pi I. ltif in. dcllnitc oimganiwU
lia'c boon In nlc. it Is niiiioiiii. e.l. for
lilts tO innimeii'e mal.liig political
s lies lie has tentative engage
lliellls to liial.e .nine wcilcru visits
ah. .HI the ml. Idle of Scpicinher. but
llnlhllU' islllve. I "1 111- lire Is'llltf
. iniil.iied for carrying on a cam
algal to capture the w.in.iii vol" ..f
the country. Imt who will make the
spc.s hi.s mi this i it iii ..- al tli nli"
rata) has n.. .Mill d. 'ci mined It
bai liccn ct ted that Mr. Itrynii
would speak In the Maine .allipMl-ii.
Imt it is now Is'llcved lie Miiimt do so.
hut will ical.c s..i lies Inter
Ami so It pons Wale fnl u n It In l' will
prevail, while in the meintlnie Mr
I initial Is .Milling mi a ponlllvc cam
p. H,n nnd arousing the entire western
com try.
I don't curt, if I am elsctsd
praaident, what beoomaa my
personal political fortune. I
prepota that w shall have n
mere, if I san step It, of thesa
'kies ma and I'M kisa you' ap
propriations in Cangreat."
From Mr. Hughaa' Spaaeh at
Chicago.
WILSON'S POLICIES BLOWN UP.
Charles Fvnns Iliuhes did have ex
plosives with him when Ills imt..r. nr
was searched bj a Canadian soldier,
but they were under the candidate's
hat. Mr Hughes will -ct them off on
hi.s aetata. t..ur. a-nl sonic of Mr. Wll
eon's policies will be blown up New
York Sou.
SOUTH IN SADDLE IN NAVY.
Out f the 17 Ranking Offioer In
Charge of Naval Affaire 12
Are From South.
To .loaephua Daulels. who has repre
sented the Ailml.iisira.l.ni s I'ollcy
with regard to the ilisi line deieuae, Is
i rislltisl !, poiisii.iui for cramping
in i lb watt bag progress and clticleucy
i the ii a y
Many new men have l.ccn hrougbt
ito i he ashiu.toii en I of the navy
muiii...itio. nf i in- sci.iiiccn high
runkiug oili. ers who are .haitfisl with
tile responsllnc duilcs of a luilnlsterlug
the uffulrs of tlie n ivy iwelve are from
Hie Southern states In years gone by
ne. csslty did nu trios to question
from what section conic the otUceis
chosen to bead the I. means of the
Navy Department. Cnuipurlaloiia be
tween the u i un and inn Iu this re
sped will show that no such conditions
exist In the win Imparl incut.
It la true, as Vice President Marshall
remarked, that the Hughes speech of
acceptance "had ull the length aud toue
of a dissenting opinion." Hut he omit
ted to add that the dissenting opinion
thua expressed is that of the American
ieople.
WE WANT THE AMERICAN
FLAG UNSULLIED.
"Now. my friends, we want
not only American erncleucy In 4
4 business, in efficiency Iu the or- 4
4 Kanlzutioii of business. In the 4
4 protection of the factors of hu- 4
4 man industry and commerce, we 4
4 want tlie American Hag uusul- 4
4 lied and the American name 4
4 honored throughout the world." 4
4 Froiu Mr. Hughes' Speech at 4
4 Chicago. 4
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ontakio, OREGON
Aa made to the comptroller of the currency at the cloee of
business, June 30, 1S1C
KKMUl-KrKH
Loans and Investments f3Sl,(10.tt
Overdraft 71.10
Stock In Heaerve Hank 3,000 00
Iteiilly and flxturee . . 9,363. 43
lash llrwrm IU7.NUN.4t
52.:43.63
I.I tltll.lTIKS
Ftp.tal $ St.OOOOO
Surplus nud profits .... 52,968.13
iiciilatlon 22.500 00
leM.slts 466, 775.49
$:.92.:'i:i 2
KNOWM Hll ITS HTHINt.lll
House Cleaning Days
ARE HERE
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DO IT ELECTRICALLY
When house cleaning this fall do
not go to the trouble of taking up
carpets use an
Electric Vacuum Cleaner
It will do the work Phone the of
fice, let us demonstrate it for you
Idaho Power Co.
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of Urecun will becln IU furli -fir. I aar. Tun
spi'.lwl tialiili.K In Cuiiimarra. JuurnalUnt
Arihllcctura. Law. MeilUdne.Taaihl.ic, Libra-'
r Wurk. Mu.l. . I'lii.i.sl Traliilns ami Mn.
ArU. Uriiuiil .Iruna ilruurtwenu uf Llkar
al I-.In. at I. . n.
l.ibrarr of aaora than as.ftua voluasea, fir
taan biillilln fulli squluucd, two aplrudld
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WiIUiU. Kllieiisr I.OHill,
Writ for frioti4tlo-;a.av.l.lrralnaj Hvalttrar
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
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