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THE ONTABIO ARQTJfr ONTARIO, OBlSOy. THPBBDAT AlUlsT 231017
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CURB THAT COI.D NOW
The United States Government
with the 7,600 member banks in maintaining tha
Federal Rseerve Banking System for tha pro
tection of the bueineea interests of the country.
Through the Federal Reserve Board in Wash
ington it supervises the twelve Federal reserve
banks; it appoints one-third of their directors;
it deposits its funds largely with them ; it guar
antees the currency they issue.
This cooperation greatly increases the value
of the system to us and our community.
If you are not already linked up with thta new
national system aa one of our depositors you
should delay no longer.
First National Bank
How the War Came to America
A Bit of Diplomatic History
My tin' Cimiiiiitif. of PaMIe Information
l ai ii ut this lull- day there arc sonic American lm hnvn lost light ol
MS important nets which Inutl up lo the declaration of a state of war
between Dim mi ted State and the Imperial Merman Government. To
reft Safe the memory of Amerlcuii and to refute the slanders of thoae
whoae heart la with the Oerman rauae thla aerie of article by the com
mute on Public Information la being presented. The next lue will carry
the hUtory of Oerman transgressions of the law of nation further.
In the meantime the attack of the
Oerman suhmerlne upon the lire
and property of American cltlien had
gone on; the protest of our Oovern-
... in. were now sharp and omlnou; j ml th. Pmi,Iwl, be-an the nrena
,....1 thin N,.l wa. rapidly blns ,0 r ,l note, a.klnt the belllier-
It war In thl frame of mind, fear
ing we might be draw Into the war
If It did not coon mine to an end,
ent power to define their war aim.
Hut before he completed It, the world
wa surprised by the peace more of
tha Oerman Government an Identic
al note on behalf of the Oerman I'm
plre, Autr-llungary. Bulgaria. and
Turkey, sent iliriiugl, neutral powerx
on lleremlier 12 I'.i.lii. to llio (i.u'iii
CONFIDENCE IN THE FEDERAL
RESERVE BANKING SYSTEM
played an iiii-M taut part in tin- recover) of
Imiviikss frmi. tin- advent eonditioni follon
iOg t In- oiitbi'nik. Of t In- BUVOpSaUl war, an.l
is still helping to keep business m an i m-ii
Tliis ss(,-in, with its iiuniinse ivsmnv,
ill tower of str.'iiytli to thl hunks which are
Members of it, and will assist them in any
iiiaiieial reqiiinimiits wliieh they mav lie
Billed upon lo meet.
By depoattfagg yow money with us you
leeeive the protection and tin- new fa.-itit u-
which our ntwnbersliip in the svsteni en
I ables us to offer you.
Member Federal Reserve System
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK
drawn Into stale of war. An the
I'renldent aald In Topeka, on l-vhru
"We are not going to Invade any
.Nation' rlKhl Hut Hi,ppoe, my fel
low countrymen, Home nation ahould
Invade our rlbhta. What then?
I have com here to tell you that tha
ilirrii Milieu of uor foreign policy ! meat of the Allien, proposing negut
dally Increane In number nd Intricacy latlons for peace. While eipreaalng
and In danger, and I would be de- the wlh to the end thl war "a
erellct to my duty to you if I did not .cetastrophe which thousand of year
deal with you In thean matter with of oommon clvllatlou wa unablo to
ti.i iiinioKt condor, and tell you what prevent and which Injure the mot
it may be neceaaary to ue the force1 preetou achlovemeni of humanity"
of the limed Hatato to do." The the greater portion of the note wa
next day at Hi I.hiiIh. be repeated hla i couched In term that gave email
wanting: "The danger la not from ! hope of Blasting peace. Boaatlng of
within. SJSatlenieu, It I from without ; Herman coftfJMatS, "the gjnrloux
ami I am bound tell you that that I deed ofur ariniua." the note Im
dangcr I cnntuut and Immediate, not planted in neutral mind the belief
because there has been any change in that It war the purpose of the Impor
uiir Internal lounl relationships within lal Oerman Government to lntl up
recent week or months, but because on uch . omlnions as would leave all
the danges come with every turn of Central Kurope under German do
events." inlnunco atil SB built up an Ktnire
which mi. ul. I menace the whole llber
Moreover, the Herman proposal
The break would have come sooner
If our Gotei iimeiit had not been re-
trained by the hopu that aaner OOUB-
. . ...... ,, j
NbcIh might still prevll In Hcriuauy . ' wa ucompauieu u a iiiuiiy venon
Kor It would well known to u thai lataal " " neutral natloiiH; and
the 0 iple had to a very , from a thounand nourcea. offlcal and
large extent boen kept In Ignorance unofficial, the word came to Wah
of in.ny of the sew ret .rime of their Ington tliat uiiIom tha neutral used
onverameni aaalnst us And the nrsa-llhslr Influence to bring the war lo au
Vale Hot Springs
Board, Rooms and Baths.
Massage, Diet, Rest
RHEUMATISM OUR SPECIALTY
THOS. W. THURSTON, Superintendent
WHY DON'T YOU SAVE MONEY when
r ruhlevvuiv. Chiuaware, Qiais-
'"" . r.nuineleti antl Tinu "'
m I5f everyday useful art ides and huad
Ms ff other it fins by buying from
THE VARIETY STORK
pitariu, Ore. Prices the lov
THE ARGUS Want Ads.
sure of a ftStlea of German publir
opinio,, lesH hostile to this country
was ahowi, when their Ooverument
acquired to some degree In our de
ittand. at the time of the Niism-x
outrage, and for nearly a year main
tained at least a preleuse of observing
ili. tib-.Ue they had made to us. The
teuslon wo abated.
While the war spirit was grow ink
In some section- of our Nation, there
was Mill no widespread desire to take
part iu the conflict abroad; for the
tradition of noninterference in Kur
ope' politic! affairs was too deeply
rooted our national life to be easily
overlhrowti Moreover, two other
considerations strengthened our Gov
eminent iu Us effoct to remain ueu
iral in Gils r The first wa our
traditional sense of responsibility to
ward all the republic of the New
World Tlmioul the BftaM our Go
eminent was lu constant communica
tion Willi the countries of Central and
South Atuerl.a. They, too. preferred
Aud there wa a
win oiolou obligation upon u to
safeguard , their tntereat with oar
own The sscond consideration, which
I, t.l b.en SO Ue" developed iu the
President's speeches, was the hope
,l,al vj Stags' from the bitter
passion abroad, by preserving un
troubled hue II Issk of civi
lUed Intercourse hotweeu nation, we
! might be free at ibe sad of this war
to SiSd UP th wound of the conflict,
,,, ,i,. lesitiisri sal Iks raaalMan
i u i nre of the world
A1, , . hi us back, but
not long until we were beset
Mgtg.ll S German .
not be.M, tnaile SS U In
himi.I Tain, in ' i orary,
of 11 It war plain
that our m utr.il status pad again been
made u lhe e
vt of the Oer-
on October ii. lillt;.
tbai th was the butt great In
kJ In which we would
end on terms dieted from lierlln.
Germany and her allies would consld
.. riiuaielvee bsaeeforth free front
any obligation to reaped the right
of neutrals. Th Kaiser ordered the
neutrals to exert pressure on the
Kuteiite to bring the war to au abrupt
end, of to beware of the oonseii.ieiices.
Clear warning were brought to our
Government that If the German peace
mow -houlil not be suocesful, the
submarine would be unleashed for a
more intense and ruthless war upon
on the tb of December, the Pres
ident dispatched his note to all the
belligerent powers, asking II..
define their war alms There was
still hope In our minds that the
mutual n pi. ioiis between the war
ling powers might be decreased, and
tbe menace of future Griuan aggrea-
slon and dominance be removed, BJ
finding a guaranty of good faith lu
a league of Nations There wa a
chunce that by creation of u league as
pun of the peace negotiation
v.. ii .onld now be brought to au end
before our Nation was Involved TSTS
ptetSgSSagfl Issued to the press In out
Secretary of Stale, upon the day the
note wa dispatched, threw a Steel
light on the serlot.aj.csa with which
our Government viewed the crlels
From this point, events inowd rap
idly The powers of the KnieiiTe re
pile. i to the German peace not.
tral nation took mi ion on the note
of the President) and from both bel
ligereuts replied to till. not,
soon in our hands
..in reply was evasive
In accord with Hon iru.liliuiial pre
i, .Ha.. i lehiud clos
eil doors II it l ii. to the
world i oil her
allies merely pn .u. foresee
pjau for h I. ssaee until after
ihoulri i ml
r was frank and In
esjr principal p.. Mnuy Quas-
..ised lu I
were so p
character e to ill luiereot ..
for ua; but our greet concern In
Kurope wan the lasting restoration of
peace, and it war clear that thl was
also the chief interest of the Kntente
Nut Ions. Aa to the wisdom of some
of the measures thc proposed to
wiird Ibis end, we might differ In
opinion, but the tend of their pro
posal wa the sstaallakaual of oi
fiontier based on the right of all
nations, the small a well an the great
to decide their own deatlne.
(Continued Next Week)
( VI 'HOI. ir lit lt( r' THK
Ksgular Servclea: First Sunday of
ssch month Low Mas at 8:00 a. m.,
High Maaa, 10:00 a. m.
All other Sunday High Mass st
10 00 a. m.
Hospital Chapel Ma dally at
1:30 a. m .
Saturday Cstechhun. J: 00 p. m. '
The kind of treatmentSteady
cus tumors deserve Is the
principal upon which we do
st I ol It MtGAKIN'KN
POt) SOI.HIKUS IK I'KANM;
enwrapped and unadiressed
magadne. prepared, one cent,
for soldier and sailers of the
United State expeditionary for
ces In Eurepe: Official order of
July 17, 117.
When you finish rending thl
magatlne place a one rent stamp
on this notice, hand the same to
a postal employee and it will be
placed In tha hande of our ol
iller.i and sall.trs .t the front. No
wrspplng, no sddreaa. My order
of I'oat master General A. 8.
Accessories carried for all
kinds of cars.
Gasoline, Lubricating Oils
Ontario Auto Co.
PETE DUFORD, Prop.
ICHTKAY NOTH I
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April II, branded on left nip, dew
lap on neck owner can have asms
by proving property and paying sU
J II. HltOWN 21 4t.
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7aaBJBSBSasSw jK. wv(,,g meal liri,is.ur Ity
13.eiasved lrctnc codkina Ls imlicateil at the
- left. Trail I ii. .1 lulu money tin.
IS " sav d
1 -' I. "I saved
The saving in meat shrinkage Ity
t'lectric eaaiislg h imlicateil at llir
left. Trail I it. .1 lulu money tin.
means tin! on an cuht SSSHM ritasl
Seats; I 'i.i,l . clrctnclty will
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eusl hi present prli'ss.
Won't It Pay You to Cook
Thirty years sgo th telephone was a Usury. Today,
through personal Initiative aud private enterprise. It ha become
a necessity within tbs reach of everybody Where onoe a busl
nsss bsd but ons telephone with s limited talking range, today
that business bss ssrvice with a range three-quarters of a conti
nent brosd, snd every branch of every business l linked to y
ry other by an lot ning telephone system.
..no 1 1. 1.. .-.lined It responsible place and there srs
now llell telephones lu thi country, over which go
2, 000,000 talk dally.
Bfgttj Bi-ll Telephone is Lonif Piffttntl Station.
Malheur Home 1 elephant' lo.
They Get Results.