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ONTARIO, MAUfEUB COUNTY, OREGON, TBURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1918.
Th s In do new move In Amrlca..Krowi hay and other forage crops.
Maryland lad the way laal year witl Pplrlog of their need brought
la Main law an bodying thai principle.
Tonl1aaa and other atatca hare fol-
I lowed unit. New York haa 'uca a
about the location of tho trad In
point which hare unite became thrlv
Ing dtlee. They are the "Halt of the
(measure before Its lgl-tatore nov (-" -d Ontario la proad of th
!ln all theee statue the law applies not ! opportunity of playing host, along
i only to the habitual pool room logferj! cattlemen of Malheur coun-
Every ty. ror tnlg big and growing organ-Ixation.
hut to the Idle rich an well
man nhould work these day.
Loafing l a habit found in every " "" '
commun ty It I a habit more Hun white hand Ik proponed for the
anything elee. To work would be tho rmy officers who enlisted fer
Ualratlon of thousands of Inhabl-' epaulet and a chance to dictate ty
tarns of Oregon, and In that number 'tare to a blond stenographer and
could be clase'flod. no doubt, a P'r 'he society game In Washing
ton. Oood Idea, eh what?
br (flntann Argus
Oeo K. Aiken, Editor and Publisher
Published Thuradaya at Ontario
Oregon, and entered at the Ontario
post office for distribution aa 2nd
One year 11.50. Six tnontha II on Then
Three months 60c. Kmgl copy 5c
I pledge my iilleglsne io tny Flag
and to the Republic for which 1'
tends, one Nation Indivisible with
Liberty and Justice to all.
CI.KAN I I'
W H I
The season for Oi.i
clean up l due KM I
strike a real blow to annual pest of
files t hat make life In Ontario far
from comfortable ilurit
from Jnl) to f loner
Ontario will always Lave files mi
long as li i ' i": teeif
ng Pbal . on. i li..- main
reasons for Installing new water
enodtv nnmlier of Ontarlans
The t'lty Council at Its meeting
last Monday eienina sugrested a
it pf reietlM Inactivity for a.
few of ' I i ases The remedy
"f prohibiting card tables In the
peel halls would only half solve the
problem It might make some of the
habitues of h:ie palace walk far
see the gam but that la
The consideration of this iussil'ii
at this time naturally give rise to election
. t. - k 1- - I m S . , -
in iii-simiii wnj ip n (mmii room wr I
at least why should there I..
'luring tin' MHgagf eason so
long as Ike war lasts'
(if BMf i ..... ' r'.'iiii" "houl'l not !.
done away with ent'rely for a"
ome n.'n who eat
amuse themselves any other way. and
the prlii' iple still applies that, "all
work and no play makes Jack a dull
bojr." However, since to Incres. "
the t .ipnclty of the nation to produiej
that It may "can the Kaiser then i
M argument that can tie presented
that will justify the waste of msn
power i-vlden e-l hi loafing pla
ii. iu-n town and city of the I.
The legislature or If he has Hi I
power, the lioK-rnor, should pr
II c lllll'TV for tow !
il'iatelt , opll . I'ii thl' pro 'I.
Unrle Joe Cannon declares that th
"slicker" officers In Washington
wear spurs to keep them from failing
on the decks That Is some discovery
for a man who Is 8J years old I
can't fool the tmy. at that
Now that we have a real fight on
our hands ben In Ontario ll will be
hard to rou" :.n Inttrest In the fall
RIGHTS OF FIGHTERS
TO BE SAFEGUARDED
Soldier's ami Sailor' llellcf let Pro
tect Mi In tJmeromcat Korcrx
Summer; of lw.
THE JUNIOR ARGUS
ONTARIO. OREGON, THUR8DAT, APRIL 4, 1118.
MIsm Illgg's room won t h flgf,
which wan offered b) the W C T D
IKol III I
lir-.TTI Mi IT IT.
following Io sy fonri'rnlng t
system by wlili h II will : to ghtaej f Mtorm- I' J Oslljr',' r.
do away with the opn Irrigation ., )tl, lliout nppsrent ..pi-. '
ditches wlil 1' no ili, ul. i ...ntrlhnte in 11,prf., t rcpr-- tit llarn-v hii.I Mil
. i.r rounUi I In the nxt leal-latur.
"Thli. i'i-k l!urn liaM vUltln.' i..
Iu ir.iiii the i imiiiiiii.' ior t. f
tatire of H:imii- and Mali eur rouu-
Ik the nianiiri' plh - rhagi- pile ,ilm . j f.allaglier This grin:.
and other accumulation" or (III , mlin . wideawake ami pi.pul'
Kor tins.' ilur- bj M MNH ! i.,rni' oi Onisrlo Hui illff-n-nt ri"
"- "' ' I asMstl "i ttl Ike usual run of ini-n of In- p-
la iltletiH .ml. ii i- Oalerta won Mr Oallaghar Is an ailvocat. ..t
The puhllr iii'isl iMk.- nloii to etOf wer hut Otlof laws II.- I..,
"" "ahit l s . i nlc mi- rew 1T ,wo pr ,,rH ,,WM tUmk Br
a degrii- in I l.i- piopMtv iilou e:
inn It still remslns thtt tli- pm-lifh-
nun i ni i I. i-.i Kprc i .1'
eroatO There sre muuure plies al
n i. hi in the heart of tl. eU) hlil.
re .' dtaffaea eei eol to the rei-
ili-uis whiiHi- umri and hoi I .
I in " i Iii-iii hut tin- rltii-iiN wlio p. r
nil Ihem thus Io i n.l.i' .-i tlo- IIM'-i
o.' the til ir.- i iiMiiiiiinll v
How long will Ouliiii'. peri l In i
fuii- i. pi rated m other atatea iimi
In. uoiilil like to eM iii.miI III Oregon
i ut out Lb- of Ihem Ills program
consists of revisions and repeals of
"TIiii repealing should l- .l.m
uiong tin line i.r tin- note rtlfleial
laws, and the revMooj -inuiiii be
111 Imposed upon li) Urns. v ' male lo simplify practical and lo-
ili'liberalely Ignore Hie health Pegu
IhIIiiiis? I'm I '-nee Is no longer a
i in ue Some nrllon inn -I be tnki,
Last ear hen the si .. i ,. ,, i i-
iioani of Health Df N I L Holt,
was hen-, l.i ' l.nrarliT i -l thl
unions In -iiin .miin-il i.-rma III
it in I.. . l.i H.e tit :'iii Itntrl
i is ugalu io '.ill upon liocior lb I'
.mil bring in state offli I I- i
fine the s:iiiii-ry romliiionsT
Ontario h i teal oa attth Ika
in. in. rnw . i hi imi.i ... i i na
all iimi iii-.il ihiiiinr kjrateaa it
ol afford i" I'liii.ii i i ii . -..
a) aemlltln ua toadltioaa
10 i xlsl ii...i hi. ii i- . .in. i
Iba iiiiiiin. .ii lu :l.i- lilniii" pm
11 H'llUl Nlhltll' 11 Ol ' phl'lll ll I '
H llirtpl.- ..I I v I hut lie w III) -
Jin-1 - inn- a nli ' linn tin ii I
ami ii .it n i ,
ii ' H Tin' in up. 1 1. ll.. ii i.i
ery citlion and propert) owi
n in hi in- I Ms nhoiil
leal Justice in mliiilnlKterlng the fun
ii.iiiii-iiihI laws without toenail il
Justice In Us slead The News pre
dicts that Mr K.llsgher wll abl
ri,pn--i-ni his iiiuntles aa well aa leg-Islal.-
in a healthy anil hem-iii lal wiiy
or the honor hiiiI dignity ' ' i
slate of Oregon
IHt-sMIM.S H Kit
during the soldier's or sailor's ab
sence; he will then have year after
his return In which to pay up ami
save his policy or membership. This
relief doea not apply to all policies or
memberships and details cannot ai
given here; but on filling out the ap
plication and sending It to the Wur
Risk Insurance llureau It will be duly
taken care of if It la the kind If In
surance that la rotected by this Art
"l 4 I Copies of this act are eaeaf
aent to about 10.000 lawyers, to all
auperlor courts, and to all l.m il
Hoards; and the Boards have been
asked to hand a copy to the nearest
magistrate Thua the courts ought
to be already well Informed as to It-provisions.'
n i in. His. I I III IU II.
"All I1 it have we on. i n .
ly." Tim! wus I he simple but gig
'iiniii i. it' I... ni Ci.n. r..l I'lTHliinc
uiaili- In I'riiti,.- when In- pis. i-il his
irui) under Hie charge of (oini.il
Co. li iii-iii r.iiisslmo of Hie allied
That staleiui-nt of America's war
a chnlli'iige to ever
n. hi Will ari in.ihi- K'Hiit lis- woni'
Will we Khe our all Ol will il In
Tin -ii- i in. .iiiestloii hul (hat we
will giw tin- in. -Il when we lisw !.-
rb Io earn ' '"',u H w "' iyi'
ni- taagllea then, bag nut win -
....l..t mi. un in. in i i arovlde Hi.' Iiniils i-heerfull) lo pa
KMT TIIK. I ii l I
I Portland. Oregon. April .1 - Sol
diers, sailors and marine ,ire not to
he hit from b gM wh.le the, re( fc , ,. n.,ry ,,, ,,
ngiHing inir i,iunir s names. ti-i
if Insbllity io .- ual r.t-
i ntlon to (heir business sffsli. or
property rights Cncle Sam will og
tn It that their right are protected
ongreaa has recently aas.
vslileni Wilson has s sped, a Hoi
', rs snd Sailor li.llef ct. wh', .
:i s to give men In the service full
li -hI .md fjggnartal prote. ion
'he War He, irlment lias pripii...
i brief Hiiinrrarv of the provlsli.r .:
i ins act, with i ue raajgjgal that t: i.
j. Ids pr'i'lilO' so that men In
he aervlce. I air relatlvtr and tbt
public general may know what pro
i i th n has b.-. r granted mid hovt I
The War iM-partment's gftMrtl
summary la a- fo'lewa:
"A r.i'ller nr aM may '
MgjBl in a not" or i. mm
Imiii ,li( if lean il Isml or (ools or ' .
miure i n v . :.i tsllii" n'
-el due Or lie mil haw mortga' I
hi'' i i.idi- ' I'-le li foreelo.it"
l 'i nun payment Or he may ha
tar(ed a BaMBM stOad at mining del'
mill he unable lo continue the BjggM
sari occupation In the required
period o time or he may have car
ried life insurance for several years
-nd now lie unable to keep up the
premium payments Or he may hay
a money claim against eom one and
during his absence the lapse of 1 1 in
may raise a legal bar agalnat suing
for it when lie returns Or he may
he sued on some claim in his absent
snd may he unable lo defend th-
suit effectively while absi-nt
In these and other ways he ajgjf
suffer undue hardship The object
of l hla Act la to give relief from sin h
"The provisions of the Ad are too
numerous lo aet forth accural-''
here Knoug h lo point out that Its
malnprlnc pie Is as follews:
"ill 11 sonic one mi behalf of
the soldier or tailor, notify the court
dial the parly concerned Is a snldi'-r
or sailor Then (he inurt will Ogata.
proiiipl iniiulries lulo (he merits if
the caae; If the case meriis u i1,
court has ypower to stay the oih- r
parl from further proceedings, or t.
glvi other remedy (but ma) be ap
proprliiii l ii- court may also ap
point an attorney lo represent (he
-.I. tier or Bailor in Hie lawauK
"(II If a lawsuit haa been begun
already in some c.iurl against (hesol
iln-r or sailor, go to that same agajrl
and glie Ihe notice above meuHonel
If no lawsuit has yel been begun hut
some landlord or other person is pre
When I was In Portland during the i "Oat of the window nut when his
month of January, everything Wag I wife Investigated she found that th"
like spring The grass was green window was ciosen
and the trees were in bloom. Kwry
body was either planting a garden or
had already planted one Two boys of the 7th grade. I'hm.
There were building from ten 'o I'eterson and Dick Adams, rake
fourteen stories high The Tree's yard Saturday for the Jun or Rod
were crowded There were so BUUsf Cross This money, with that ol
street cars and automobile that a ready raised by the glrli on thofl
person had to keep his eye- open or Treasure ami Trinket drive, Mill h"
he would ge run over. fuffbient to finish the "Layetie .. on
There were many parks wi(h all which Hie Afh and 7th grade glrln are
sorts of things with which the child- working..
rag could have a good time The mnt
they kept the loo Here were all the
curious aa well as huge and rlcloai
animals of Hie forest, that II"
of Portland would not other"'
If they were not kept in the M
Another interesting place l Ihe cll
hall In this there are the various
type of birds and animal of cogTM
they are not alive, but are stuffed.
It Is a rainy country It does no'
rain hard, generally, but It I
often enough to make up
I( snowed twice while I was there
The snow stayed on for three days
each time The wind blew, ami in
weather was yery cold Indeed.
There are many kinds of boats on
the river making Portland a very
busy commercial center
There was man In the doctor's of
He -.1 .V
(ndnw and thot he would spit
Presendy his wife ranie In and nsk
him where he was spitting
children all wont out doors for about
f'fteen minutes, while Miss Purrell
put nests on their desks with eggq n
them rabbits standing beside them.
The children were then blind folded
and they marched In and founil that
own aeata. The blind folds were
then taken off and a surprising sight
in I their eyes.
Miss Hoy dell's room built bird
houses nnd had their pictures taken
PtUMAHI l"l Pll.su m it it PARTY,
Mllo Wright and Karl Secoy are
now eligible to Hie "Second Ualnho
llegiinenl. "arli hoy has sold 150 00
vwirth of thrift stamps
Miss 1 .il fl 1 ii Cglllfl hid In i
take a Wrath While (hey were gone,
she iniido a neat on . very desk and
put candv Raster eggs of nil colors In
ea. li of I hem When (hey got hack
they found n nes( full of eggs on llier
desks. KKSTEIt SEWI()
Last Saturday Hie girls bsski hill
lean, played Welser and heat them
II to 17 Mr liouclier, Thomas and
Mr. and Mrs. Culherlson went l h
rlietn to Welser
The teachers snd pupils of the high
schonl hine l.oughl approximn(ey
11000 worth of War Saving Stamps
The pies were
('ol liouclier sick
11 good but made
I'uricll'H room had and Ussier
lie ssld party Hie Friday before Kaster The
Never In the history of our nall-m
has Ihe need of food lien so greal.
We have lieen asked to raise war gn--den
and conserve all ihe food we can.
Many people of Ontario are raising
War Hardens and It Is pretty disgust
ing to look out of your window and
see a flock of chicken in your garden
destroying the food the nation needa
(hi. kens are all right In their
place, on a farm or In a pen. hut not
In your neighbor's garden What is
a person Hint will let his chickens dls
Irey Hip nation's food?
10 UK a m. Sunday school.
1 1 00 a m Preaching, sublet".
"The camouflage In Religion." The
first of a aeries on Christian life.
8:00 p. m I'nion services at our
church In interest of the third Liber
ty Loan Uood music by Hie milled
choirs ot Ihe churches Hon W W.
Wood will give the address The
public Is urged to attend
KAItl, IIANNA. Pastor
Ultvr I'HMTtKIMTAI. I lit III II
OF THH UURMNM.
II KV S
Kast Bide of Track
I. POWKrts, I) l.. Pastor
Sunday School 10 a in
Preaching 1 1 it m.
Peoples Meeting 8 p ni.
Preaching X .10 p. .
Prayer meeting Thursday gtggtafl
at 8 p. m.
Everyone w Iconic g these .-rvices.
A f tractions
o.vi i;k. (Hiniiiiv
IN a year it has bexme
famous; the man's cig
arette for the men who are
working overhere, and
fighting over there.
The reason? Because
it's made of Burley pipe
tobacco and because
J g mt tk aa.aaedgi I
to Tk. A ..--
for a loafer these da y llffi 'he enoriuous cost? That I the
- II. n in principle I iwnn Hi 'liicstlon lliut confrontM America this
l'""" ' l1""' I "' ,m""1' Wi" Malheur lounty do .' uri , . .... , ,ir , ,M. ,,.
!--...,, ... w. . .- -- .v ...-.
siou of property in which the soldier
or sailor is interested, 'go lo the
court In whose Jurisdiction Ihe prop
erty Is, notify' Hie court a above, and
ask the court to summon Hie other
parly. All such persona are forbid
.t.-ii hy law to take property In Him
way without first applying to the
court for an order, but mime person
may attempt to take possession with
out doing so In Ignorance of the new
'H If the soldier or sailor had
an insurance policy or a fraternal
beuenit membership before Sept em
bar 1. 1817, and fears that he m.n
not be able lo keep up hla payments,
be should write to the War Risk In
surance Rureau at Washington and
aak for a form of application (or
aak hla poat adjutant at the camp)
The Uoierunieot, on certain condi
tions, will guarantee the payment of
tbe premiums, eo that the policy or
III -not -be forfeited
syl m;i lK'KI'rllt
scripiiiui nl men lor s. n-e iu Ihe share? The answer will i
armv ' .inning in the Liberty Loan drive
In rlgg "I Ihe fail I ml ihe I..ii.. Ileuiemher thla' Two Liberty Loans
has Iiiii.iiu Ida gciipieil method hae been raised In the past year and
among ail nations ror the rggr ultlag I ' "clllier of these did Malheur :
Of the in. essati .iiuiiua ror Hi. ..- u make good Pershing.' offer
tense of tin- naiiim . .n.i nl th.. i , . . Chink of that when the first ggg
mer becoiucn Hie lagk'gl . nurse I . .solicitor greets you. Hive your ail
pursue la meeting the labor scm.it An'' f'e It freely
that this ualoii will gga within Hie
geit few mouths nil lit k Mtoon lltl niMIM,
Wlih an army of millions of men Ontario Is to enjoy the blggMt
wltli.li -w I, Horn industry and from .mouth el us life during April The
the podiiitlie flilils of labor it is men. rggfaggglalllM of Hie Indusiiv
the il it y gf Hie a., it-i'iu iicnt officials ',1M lllHans a great deal to the life
to see lo It that mi si.p is mil Igkgglggg- prosperity are coming for hual
whlch will prm, . I. i hen, with i.io.l iiaj, ai wn for pMHure ami
No m.iii wlio loafs sliould he permit ,i.,,, . M t,., ,. VelMMg that
tad to eal Hie food or wear the .huh to, tilr due
tug thai uiighl be worn h ,uii.i Vhv t.t,.e ,, htn,e mva rpre.
or by an ally of this government ,, ,, pi,uet,r industry lu this sec
Captain John Smiths order lo tin ,, To ,lt.lu ln mwmra u dtte
early Vlrgiuia colouial that "He whol.n developuieul of Raalern Oregon
will not work shall not eat" ought to a- rMao ur their activity they
oe adopted create a market for the rancher whouemberahlp
Ci TibainC-.r-T. y
jfsi , , -BitS--ifejy
rk rvB! J
O0 Quaronteed by
rhjLr JhiAjLvet Sa
MomUi. April Mill
HI slid OK l li I MOTH
Ol'R NATIONAL ARMY
TeeUy. April 1Mb
IIHA.NMKII sill I.
OLAH1S III. At KWKLL
Ml'TT AMI JKPK. Iltl HA
WeduewU). April 10th
AT l lllsi ,n.n i
M.VK Ml ltl 1
Hurtou Hi. line Travels
II.ui.Ui I I'll I nil,
III i'LK MARY M Al.LISTKR
Friday aad SetunUy, April IS ami IS
THH NARROW TRAIL
WM S HART
Auto Truck Bargains
WK IIAVK A Xl'MllKIl OK KXCKL
LKNT PI.KAS1 UK CARS THAT
WILL MARK KINK TRUCKS. THL
BNG1NKS HAVK ALL UKKN OVH
HALI.KI) SO WK
(iwranlee fvery Car to Be in Good Condition
THK. OLUKST tiARAOK 1 MALHKUR COUNTY.)
Ihae of acceaaoriea. Service station for Oood Year Tlree.