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THK RK.XAI.I. STORE
PHONE NO. a
ONTARIO, MALHEUR COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY,,, MARCH 7, UU8.
PIANO WANTED Oood toned,
upright platno wanted to rent; relia
ble party, no children. Phone 128-w.
Lota 1 to S Inclusive In blk. 110
Ontario township Two amall hous
. Make me beat ouh offer. Will
oa14ftr nmli balance payments
C. K. DeNEFFE, Baker, Ore. tf
A Meaa Ixwk.
aklnx ordera for 8. C. While
leghorn Day Old Chlcka and hatch
ing kgg" a it Cain, Phono 208KI,
Ontario. Or. No. 6-8t
Qoofl K-rond hand Singer Sewing
Has at apeoial low prloee. Opp.
Library. Phone 10-w. O. W. Aber-
MBIngei Sewing Machine Man.
Mo. 6-t r
BALE $700 realdence In
for M0. Terma. Inquire
WANTED Collodions. Write
Box 102. Ontario. Oregon. No. -tf
PIANO loll HALE.
Immediate aale we will aell
ietnuly cheap a new high grade
plafBtored at Ontario. Liberal
terms m a responsible party. Qual-
iranteed If Interested In a
tlon of thla kind write THE
Colo, at oi ce for particular.
There are people right In thla vi
cinity who seem to always have a
mean look and a crabbed, fault-finding
dlapoeltlon. Thla may be due to
a disordered atomach, conatlpatlon or
a headache resulting from theae dls
ordera. Whan auch la the caae a few
doses of Chamberlaln'a Tablet will
aoon make them cheerful and happy.
Theae tablet have met with much
auooeaa la the treatment of those ail
Why We Are At War
By Ephralm Douglaaa Adams, Bx
Leland Stanford Junior Unlveralty.
ecutlve Head, Hlatory Department
FOR 8ALE I fin thorough bred
Rhode Ialand rooatera. D. A. Hllei,
Ontario, Oregon tf
FOR BALD 8. C. White Leghor
eggs for hatching, Also order tak-
n for day old chick. Write or
phone 19-J, Frultland, Malm. Harry
Phone 167 M
DR8. PRINZLNQ A WEE8B
Ontario, Oi ajjapj
Office In New Wilson Block.
Office hour 9 to It 1 to
Brood sows and pig
1 i Parma Water Lifter
The Kind of treatmentSteady
cuajboniors deserve Is the
li Bipal upon which we do
Kesories carried for all
kinds of cars.
SasoIuh', Lubricating Oils
mtario Auto Co.
K7Jf FORI), Prop.
Notice 1 hereby given that "The
Parma Water Lifter," of Parma.
Idaho, la doing Its "Bit" to win this
war. In that It I eklng to help
you pump more water with leas pow
er, to Irrigate more land, t oraise
more wheat, corn, barley, oats, pota
toes, to make more flour, to feed
mora men. To wla this war, to es
tablish democracy, restore freedom,
ssfety, and make happy homes; to
drive oat the despollsrs, to restore
to the world s vary groat and lut
Lot us show yon how to do thla
bit. A post card will get you tha
PYr further particulara, concern
ing thl deed of good will toward
The Parma Water Lifter Co.
"The object of this war Is to de- course not the main motive of our
liver the free people of the world Kultur-activlty, but it la on unwel-
from the menace and the actual come by-product." "Our belief Is
power of a vast mllltsry establish-'that the aalvation of the whole Kul-
ment controlled by an Irresponsible tur of Europe depend upon the vlc-
government, which, having secretly tory which German 'Militarism' Is
planned to dominate the world, pro- about to achieve."
ceeded to carry out the plan without These quotations are but a few
regard either to the aacred obllga- hundreds of like eypresslon, and the
tlons of treaty or the long establish- I ant one cited la from a manifesto
ed practices snd long cherished signed by thirty-five hundred Gorman
principles of international action ami professor and lecturer Reduced
honor; . . . This power Is not to simple terms, tho Oormsn belief
the Herman people. It I the ruth- at the beginning of this war l
les master of the German people 'nod directs Germany. Civilisation
. . . It Is our business to see to advances only by combats between
it that the history of the rest of the Rattan In which the stronger and
TRANSFER. BAGGAGE AND EX
PRESS Meets all trains.
HI-W. Ontario. Oregon.
DR. W. O. HOWE
WREN VOU WANT
We Can Supply Yonr Need a
THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP
The place where the Service la
the Best, where the Baths srs a
. , tb Newest.
world Is no longer left to Its hsnrt
ling. President Wllnon, uAgust 17.
THE GERMANS AS A CHOSKN
The foundation cause of this war
God-directed one has the right to pre.
vail and must prevail. The Imme
dlate anil present object Is to make
our KKuKltur prevail In the Epst
(In "Muscovy" I. and In accomplishing
thla we shall also gain economic ad
vantages This Is the flrat step In
hi Oermsny's firm belief that she our world domination "
alone has the RIGHT to direct the) Where does America stand In this
progress of the world and to exploit theory of a "chosen people"? Amer
It resource. For thelast thirty lea denle that theory; she denies
years the military autocracy of Oer- that Ood haa chosen any one people
to It that thla belief, a Ills own; she asserts rather that
was taught In the schools, and today, thera are many civilisations, each
that autocracy Is rasping the benefits J with its own merits snd defects, and
of s blind obedience to Its will . (ler-' to each must be left the working out
man political writing sof recent years
la full of th Idea that the Oerman
people Is "God's chosen people, des
tined to impose Its 'Kultur' upon all
of Its own problems.
We Amerlrsns sre unsble to un
derstsnd. or ssytnpathlto with, a peo
ple who conceive of themselves aa
chosen epople. chosen of Ood--a peo-
"The German aoul la th world's pie to whom all things and actions,
soul. God and Germany belong one' however inhuman or brutal, are re-
to another. eOrmany Is tha center garded aa permissible, even holy, be-i
of God's pen for the world." "We csuse of a fslth in their superior
hope that a great mission will be al- mission and civilisation. To us audi
loted to u German . . . and a belief Is direct evidence, not of a
this Oerman mission Is: to look leading, hut a lagging civilisation
after the world." "Oermany Is This German Ideal, when express-
chosen, for her own good sad that of ed merely In theory, -ven though
other nstlons. to undertake their taught In Oermany for the last thirty
guidance. Providence has placed years, stirred hut Indifferent Interest
the appointed people, at tha appoint- in other European nations In this
ed moment, ready for the appointed war Germany has revested In the ap
task "' plication of hsr theory a luat for
"The German people I always world power at the expenae of other
right, because It Is the German neo- peoples, a lack of good faith, a hrua
ple, and number 87.000,00 souls." allty that has stamped her theory as
"Kultur Is best promlted when the Involving a return to barbsrism.
strongest Individual Kultur, that of By tho application of German
a given nation, enlarges Its field of theory we were forced, unwillingly,
activity at the expense of other to go to war. But today we know
national KKulturs " "The attempt I that there was uo escape from u war
of Napoleon to graft the KKultur of between two contrary Ideal. Oer
Western Europe upon the empire of many'e economic objects are many
(he Muscovite ended In failure. To-' and larga (thsy will be pointed out),
day history has made us Germsns but the basic cauae of this war was
the inheritor of the Napoleonic Idea." the German Ideal of a dominant na
"The further we carry oar Kultur tlon. That Ideal, by Germany's own
Into the Knst. the more and the more challenge. Is on trial In arms. Against
profitable outlets shall we find for it we must prevail or we shall per
our wares. Economic profit Is of lah
FIGHT OR PA Y!
Save and stick; that is,
save two bit pieces tor
IN MAItCII A WAR STAMP COSTS ONLY ft. 14 AND IS
WORTH ON ON JANUARY 18T. 1923, 15.00, MAKINO THE IN
VESTOR A BETTER RATE THAN IS YIELDED BY SOME OTH
ER FORMS OF INVESTMENT. i I
UNCLE SAM MUST HAVE IIOTM FIGHTERS AND PAYERS
AND EVERYBODY MUST HELP AOAINBT THE COMMON ENE
MY. SAVE YOUR CHANGE; STICK IT INTO STAMPS THAT
WILL STICK TO YOU AND SAVE FOR YOU.
THRIFT AND WAR STAMPS ON BALE AT
A Singing Army Is a Fighting Army
OH! OK THK NATION'S GREAT-
EST MUSICIANS Mil NOW?
BJMM IN PRANCE
COME IN AND HEAR MR. EDISON'S RE-CREATION' OF
THEIR VOICES AND THE SONG) THE BOYS ARE SINGING AT
1'HJfl FRONT, AT
Turner's Musical News Shop
last puhlicatiou Is on April 18, 1918. bids will be opened and action taken
McCULLOCH A WOOD, thereon by the said Common Council.
We have on hand 000 head of
good Idaho Cows and cartings,
all Short Horn and White Faee
in good condition. Prices right.
We also deal in Horses,
Mules, Stallions and Jacks
To 8TELLA MANN, the above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE'
OF OREGON. You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed agalnat you In the
Residing at Ontario, Oregon,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OK THK HALK or IIOVItH (City Seal )
To the Republican Voters of Harne)
and Malheur Ceunties:
I hereby announce my candldacv
Ihi nmlllnn of Joint BtlUMnll
.t.: .-..-. . .w . o.mnlalnr filed analnat vou In the1 The City of Ontario, Malheur
session of the Oregon Laglslaturs above entitled suit on or before the County, State of Oregon, offer for
subject to your will In the matter. ' lth dsy of April, 1918. the same sale Ita negotiable water ej
If nominated and elected. It will !st day of the time pre- bonds In the sum of One Hundred
be my aim to promote laglslation bribed by order of the Court direct- Thousand Dollars, bearing Interest
that will enable the State to provide log service of summons In said suit st not mora tbsn six per centum per
meana for the care of th families to be made upon you by publication, annum, to become ,'ue Is i-n years at
and it you rail so to answer ior wsni me upturn m ion t "
H y order of the Common Council
of th City of Ontario, Oregon.
W. r. HOMAN,
Clay M. Steams,
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Walts- Works My stem.
Ontario, Oregon, March 5, 1911.
Soaled proposals' will be received
,. tl.Jk SSI I .. ,(,.. .u IJU...J..
of enlisted mn" to provlda ror tho "" " '"u '"" "" l" aaswwwi " -- - -
. ' hm- .,. i thereof, the plaintiff will apply to tarlo, and to become absolutely due of th City of Ontario, Oregon, uutll
dustrlea and to carry out the war ! fonrt for the relief demand
to a eucoassfal and early conclusion In ld complslnt. tewlt:
I will alao promote and work tor For a decree of said Court dlssolv-
- th.i .in tend to Increase l"g the bonds of matrlmouy now ex-
. --.j ... .. Istlur between nlalutlff and defend- ted In writing and will be receded
me proaucuon oi iuuu ". u - - - -
f M.tMri.. in the marketlns ant. and granting the plaintiff an ab- subject to the legality of the bonds
.. .t. . w-n...,- .. ... a,-, solute divorce from you, and award- An unconditional certified cheek,
and most Importsnt business 1 to lP ths plaintiff the custody of Cleo payable to the Treasurer of tie ity
win this wsr, snd next to that, the Mann, Minnie Mann, and Charles of Ontario, for an amount sraaJ la
'. a a .4.1IJ-. M ft 1 A iSM Ji u a mm ..j.M S a nu A 4 ft. I .1 . . 1 .1 1. ..di..a.i
uroductlon Mann, the minor cmuiren oi in.tiiiiui no !" com " " ' " uiu" o.ii.in
and defendant, and for all oilier re- pan wie same inns win oerecen.-.i
lief den, .in. i, .1 in said compaiut subject to the condition, that tho bid- callous for their personal use may ob-
You are further notified that this der to whom the same are awarded tain them from t It - Knglneer ou pay.
summon i- served upon you by pub- will either acoept or reject the same meut of 110 00 lor plans ami $6 00
iicatlon in pursuance of an order of within ten days after recelvelng a for specif leal ions.
t' proceeding un lei
and pay-hit- In twenty years from
March 1st, 1918, the date of issu
ance Interest payable Komi iimiii
ally. Bids for same must be auhmli
encouragement of farm
and if nominated and elected my ef
fort will be devoted to thla policy
a well a othn- meritorious legis
lation. P.- J. GALLAGHER,
S o'clock p. id , Thursday. March St,
1918, for furnishing materials and
constructing Waterworks system.
I'lans and specin. attons may he
seen and forms for proposal, on
rlilch bids must he made, may b
obtained upon application al 'he of
fice of the City Recorder or of Louis
C. Kelsey, Ontario, Oregon, or 410
HellltiK Bulldiag, l'ortlauil, Oregon.
Parties' desiring plans and spei Itl-
the Hon. Dalton Biggs. Judee of this transcript of
i Court, which said order was mads which Issued
land entered in said cause, on the 6th The Common Cmiucil of the City
day of March, 1918. and directed : of Ontario reserves the right to re-
!.. . ... V. ...LUI.J nnr. lu, ... .wA mil l.l.tj
1 mat mm suiouioiib o" yuunsuvi ,,.,., . h.ij a..u ,. .....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE each week for six consecutive weeks All bids for ssld bonds must be
STATE OF ORIi;N, FOR THE In the "Ontario Argus." commencing filed with the City Recorder of said
. .COUNTY OF MALHEUR. with the issue of March 7, 1918. City of Ontario, on or before 7:80
Ernest R. Mann. P'iittiff, vs. Stella' The first publication of this sum- o'clock p. m. of March 25th. 1918,
Mann, Defendant mons Is on March 7, 1918, and tho thereafter and ou which said day, the
The right Is r ervd to reject auy
and all bids.
By order of the'lty Cyouncll.
W I". HOMAN.
CLAY M. STEARNS.
I.OCIS C KKI.SKI