The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, March 21, 1918, Image 3

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    ONTARIO, MAlflHUB COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 21. 191R
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Personal Mention
Painless Dentistry by Nerve Blocking
MY RECORDS SHOW 3000 APPLICA
TIONS OF THIS SCIENTIFIC METHOD
OF ELIMINATING PAIN IN THE DEN
TAL CHAIR.
SKILL SCIENCE EXPERIENCE
INSURES PAINLESS EXTRACTION
PAINLESS REMOVAL OF NERVES
AND PAINLESS FILLING OF TEETH.
NO GAS
1 DR. CRICHFIEI D, Boise.
NO COCA1N
Falk Building
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Economy of Operation, Flexibility of Power
Comfort in Riding
It is the car discriminat-ng autoists, those who have owned cars for years,
placed their stamp of approval and the demand for the demond for these
machines has demonstrated the wisdom of their judgment.
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1 The Nash Truck
Built for Dependibility and Service
The greatest addition of the man power of the nation in the great war was
the introduction of the Nash Truck. No matter what the load may be The
Nash is equal to the task of transporting it Hundreds of these great cars
are performing wonderful feats of strength and service over all kinds of
roads, in all kinds of weather. The result is a vast reduction in transporta
tion cost, great saving in time.
LET US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU EITHER OF THE GREAT MOTOR
VALUES--THE NASH WAY IS THE BEST WAY.
E. C. PROPST, Agent
MALHEUR AND HARNEY COUNTIES IN OREGON
PAYETTE COUNTY, IDAHO
Salesroom, Old (.olden Rule Buildup, Ontario, Oregon !
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C. T. Cox made a builne
WelMr Monday.
trip to
Two Cars of Exceptional Value
The Great Nash Six The Powerful Nash Truck
No motor car values offered in recent years repre
sent greater efficiency, greater strength, greater
power, or more handsome lines than THE NASH SIX
which achieves the
H. C. Borer left Sunday venlnc;
for Portland on business.
Smith Crane of Hunt arrived In
Ontario Tuesday afternoon.
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Mr. Jaa. Q. Smith ipent the week
end visiting; friend In Welser.
Mrs. Qo. B. KellnRg, of Welser
was an Ontario visitor on Tueaday.
Carl Gamble of Caldwell waa an
Ontario buinea visitor on Sunday.
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0 H. Oxman. the Jamlrann ranch
er, In In Ontario on business thin
week.
MIm Lola Dearmond, who I now
a ten I dent of Welser, apent Sunday
with relatlvea here.
Urn. W. J Plnney leave thin week
for Seattle and other Sound polnta to
vialt with her aou.
A. P. Boyer left Friday of laat
week for Texaa to look after Ma In
terests In that aectlon.
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Mayor C. C. Wilson of Nyana spent
'1 uenday morning In Ontario looking
for the political Rltuntlnn
II II i nrkrum left Monday for
Caliper, tin- oil clt ol Wvniiilna. on
I He will be none
days
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nul. which In porlliiK a Mat Ml
In ullna: till-- week, tai in I I
MonSaJ
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J I. I) Morrison, representative
of the i ii t-Ki.ii Western Colonisation
company at Crane, wa an Ontario
visitor on Monday.
e -Mill
Mla Evelyn Gallagher and
her small brother. Thoma P . who
were III for nevcrul day Dili ween,
ae reported better.
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William AIIIkoii. aim Ih now a rel
ileiii of the county neat, npeiit Hundwy
In Ontario Hill I now one of Sher
iff Ben llrown'a force
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Letter received this week by J It
Blackahy from hi son. Willi m
Blarkaby, tell of the hike (he boyl
have been tuklnji In England
Mr. J. W. M.-t iiiloch left TMadav
noon for llolae. She wa accompan
led by her daughtsr Bather, who wa
making her lint trip to the big town
Attorney W. W Wood left Sunday
iil moon tor Maker to be present ,.i
the xeaalon of (he Baker eoiinii
court, appearing for lilaho client III
' liw in Hon
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A MrWIIIIuiiiH muiie u Irln to el-
full on Moniliiv wh-rt he ImiukIh tin
luiner Htlnirl' herd of cattle Htid Hi
negotiated for th dollvery of another
herd here this week.
Mr A. I. Cockruni leave thlx
wm-Ii for au attended tisit with rein
tlvei lu Kansas and Missouri Mr
Corkrum will follow her In Hie huh
of a few weeka.
J. A. HoMkliiH returned S.iiiint.it
from Portland, where he appeared lu
ault be had pending against an
Kastern ImiiiiIIiik house. In which lie
received u verdict for fl 0,700
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Kay Wilson of Wilson lirother ab
sented hlniHAlf fr Hi' buslueiM on Mou
day while he determined that tln b
wa aick, he did l.'oi hu . the in.
On Tuesda he was able to he alMiut
aa uaual.
Homer Settle, who ha been em
ployed at the Democrat of Hie. and
Mr. Settle, who ha been with the
Millinery ft Art mure, left Monda
for Payette to rare for their ranch and
bee colouiea.
II I' Schllppell. the Oregon I. II
man lu this territory, spent the in i
of tin- week in lowu lie wa SOMM)
aisled by K Strong, assistant
manager of the conipaut Thin la
Mr. Strong's first ialt to Ontario in
(Mr year and lie Minimed up ilia i Ii i
pressloiM thu "There must be an
active bunch of men In Ihia town io
accomplish the change 1 cau see "
i Mrs. J. Q. Staple received word
title week that ber little graoditaagli
ter. Margaret Uiulae Shluu. la very
III at her home in Port Benion. Mou
tana with diphiiieria The letter waa
written by a neighbor uf the Slilun
family and gave but few details
fceeoud grauddaughter, but
week old Is in ilia lioBie wllb.
aick child, relative here are ap
prehensive and dally are awaiting
WW4 ! MM fsaWly's oaaditio
To The
American People
There ig no foundation for the alleged
violations of law attributed to our Com
pany by agents of the Federal Trade
Commission and I want to say emphatic
ally that Swift & Company is not a party to
any conspiracy to defraud the Govern
ment. Nor has Swift & Company been
guilty of improperly storing foods or of
making false entries or reports.
Conferences of packers, where prices
hare bean discussed, have been held at
the urgent request and in the presence
of representatives of either the Food
Administration or the Council of National
Defense. And yet the packers have been
accused of committing a felony by acting
in collusion on Government bids I
We have done our best, with other
packers, large and small, to comply with
the directions of the United States Food
Administration in ull particulars, including
the furnishing of food supplies for the U- S.
Army and Navy and the Allies, now be
ing handled through the Food Adminis
tration. We will continue to do our utmost, un
der Government direction, to increase our
production and assist the hood Adminis
tration. We consider that the opportunity
to co-operate whole-heartedly and to our
fullest powers with this branch of the
Government is our plain and most press
ing duty.
The Trade Commission Attorney has,
by false inference and misplaced empha
sis, given to disconnected portions of the
correspondence taken from our private
hies and read into the Record, a false and
sinister meaning with the plain purpose
of creating antagonistic public opinion.
The services of the packers of the
United States are most urgently needed,
and I regret exceedingly that we should at
this time have to spend our efforts in
defending ourselves against unfounded,
unproved, and unfair assertions such as
are being daily made public.
s&.Fintf&C' President
Swift 6c Company, U.S. A.
Auto Truck Bargains
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A I'omplete line uf i irsnrl. HsaTlea in..n lor Ool tear T lie.
Automobiles of Character
Hudson buper-ix, Velie
Buick and Oakland
You are taking no ehiuicos in buying one of
these well known machines, ; they nave proven
their worth by years ol ti ice.
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EASTERN OREGON AUTO CO.
Oatarto, Oregoa
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