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TUB ONTARIO AKUUH ONTARIO ORBOON THURSDAY APRIL 4 lilt
High School Notes
, ason, Velie
Buick an.s Oakland
Service, Republic and Velie Trucks
EASTERN OREGON AUTO CO.
V. B. STAPLES MAN AGKR
V. R STAPUCH. Mr. pHON).
ASK FOR DRl()NHTRATION
Ttif OlrlB' Basket nail tam went I
ii fnl.lwnll WAilnpiHnv In nlnr thrt
Collegf of Idaho. This time they won jj.
tt'lMi n wnrn nf I A .. II i'nrhana nnn I r
of I ho laughablo Incidents of the trip
was the enthusiasm with which the
girls sot up In the morning.
The students of the Ontario II gh
School hare bought and told 1000
worth of War Having stamps within
the past two months.
Stftaen Par Cant of the Population
Should Subscribe to 3rd Loan.
The fact that Oregon In the First
ml Second Liberty Loans shows a
percentage of only S.77 per rent of
the population subscribing to Liberty
Loans, which was less than the aver
age for the United States, and com
pares unfavorably with other states,
makes It nereeaary for at lenM IG per
rent of the population to tulisrrlbe to
the Third Liberty Loan, In order to
bring Oregon Into the same standing
ai her sister states.
Oregon's 1.77 per cent of Liberty
1oan subscribers Is Insignificant lie
Hide New York's !164 per cent. CW
cage's 12.22 per rent and Minneapolis'
12.04 per cent.
Canada's recent "VU-tor Loan"
campaign, translated Into the I'lilted
Stated method of accounting, shows
a pn SlUlS "f ' :! "' 'he population
Hubscrlblng for bonds.
lirailiiuarters of the Third Liberty
1Oan of the Twelfth Federal Reserve
District are In receipt of letters, rail
Ing uttenllon to the fact that many
banks have aubsrrlbed to pre.i
loans so liberally that their rsparlt)
Is somewhat ciirlHlled, and It will be
neceBMary for IB per cent of the In
liiilntiints of a given cnininiiully to
"Quotas for different districts will
ha announced within a few days."
saya SUte Chairman Cook Ingham
The quota of the state la tl8,46,0O0.
Portland wlU be alloted approximately
half the amount or $9,000,000. While
it la apparent that a 13,000,000,000
loan can be absorbed more readily by
the people of the United States than
If the loan had been placed at twice
that sum, nevertheless I wish purlieu
Isrly to Impress upon our small army
of volunteer workers and upon every
cltUen of Oregon that It will be no
puny task to raise lis.iinn.noo "
The Republic's Battle Hymn.
Harry Van Dyke, former American
minister to Ihe Netherlands, sml mm
u chaplain In the foiled Statea ser
Ice. has composed an additional stan
sa for the "Hattle Hymn of the Re
public" Mere It la;
"We hae passed the cry of anguish
from the victims nf the Hun
"And we know our cuuntrv s peril If
the war lords will is done
We will fight for world Mile freedom
till the vlctor in on;
'Tor Uod Is marching M "
The American history students
students have finished their teat
books, much to their catlsfactlon
and are now spending the time mak
ing special reports on various sub
The Sophomore class had the sec
ond of their series of debate Friday
morning. The question discussed
was: Resolved -That the United
States government should own and
operate the railroads ater the war.
The Judges decided In favor of the
affirmative, upheld by Dottle Crum
mett, Derce Dearborn and Martlin
The delisting O. II S team will
leave for The Dalles Friday eveninr.
where they will uphold the anise
question and the same side as In the
debate with Walla wa.
The Senior and Junior classes of
the High School have been wr .tine
a series of vocatlonnl themes thin
year. The last one, "My Choice mid '
Why I Made It," was MBSSSMj
" - i
Painless Dentistry by Nerve Blocking
MY RECORDS SHOW 3000 APPLICA
TIONS OF THIS SCIENTIFIC METHOD
OF ELIMINATING PAIN IN THE DEN
SKILL SCIENCE EXPERIENCE
INSURES PAINLESS EXTRACTION
PAINLESS REMOVAL OF NERVES
AND PAINLESS FILLING OF TEETH.
DR. CRICHFIEI I), Boise.
K.tMTKR W I V I
As many people as could be pai l.
Ifrs. II l Douglas. I'! ''
Vn offering muoum n lo ll C 1 'hcliix! mo St, bOWOVOr, It.m-
mkcii for iha ben ""' ' ""' J ,h" Innate parity
ed Into the Congregutloiuil rhiinli music t'liud
Our over victorious Ulrl- lierket , ' Su,",".- '"' ll",p"" "' '
Hall ten m went to Welser last Uatur-, ' '"" '"""" sw"e '" i.(
h. .. ,.i. v-i iii.i.lK'ndlllon. of the KiiHt.
inj n 1 1 ii !' J ' iii- 1 1 i i pt'll
i girls Again we won with u hoc of
Stsnfleld. Or (To the Kdltor ) I
read with a thrill Mr. Van Dyks's s.l
dlllonal stauia to "The Hattle Heme
of the Republic." and, with the vision
aSSerlBS to the loan in order to Jul of " only son. Just punned JS, , he
till the desired quota. Willi ihe well i l,,fl "" a few months ago, eager to go
diffuse prosperity on the Pacific ovcr snd do his bit to help avenge the
Coast. It is felt that this should not wougs of llelglum and France. I am
lie difficult, and from the .cumin ills I constrained to add two more stauias
trlcls (here should lie a higher per
centime of subscriptions than from
the large, metropolitan centers where
Ho re is upt lo be n greater proportion
of the population living In comparative
WE MUST OVER SUBSCRIBE
Amount of Loan Estimated for Oregon
la the Minimum.
"Harln to go truly descrlbi lbs
frame of mind of the Third Liberty
I-oan organization of the slate on the
ve of the big drive.
The loan of three billion hlch the
Berretary of the Treasury has Just
railed for from the Nation is the mini
SI in inleipreiuiii.il of America's an
swer lo the ) (r anguish.
We have pledged our Uvea and for
To help freedom's rause advm
rient the Nimer of our uung manhood
To the shell torn fields of Prance.
We will own owe oppression.
All must have so eipmi chance.
Pur Ood is stsrgarni on
Trm u:ul toys lieartn are lieutiug.
We sre soldiers every une,
And were salens host defeating
When we overthrow 11,. Ihin.
Out from Belgium tin n remitting
When the victor) v. e .e Hon
For Uod is marching on.
11. K. ALLEN.
"The Conquering King '
21t.it? Mr Mile ihe ..!,. ivks M"'l'suc ..pprocisuoiis
iiniilile In go Willi them on BMOSM ,lf aipresasd.
a severe cold, so Mr. lulhcti.on took i The program betas with SI
hla place Messrs ll.ui. her snd i prelude hy Mrs I I) WUsofl. follow-
Thomas and Mrs Ciilliertson ticconi- by h violin do. i b) l I C (o
! tin. team and Hay Jones, accompanied b) Ml
., p. . I.uella ChIIIii, plunlsl
Heveral of the High Hiluml Ntu - I .ill.. ing this liiNlrunientuI lul
dents have been absent troni school dixtlon came the cantata, sung l n
lately on account of ha- Ing MS large chorus, uci panted by Hie )r,, ,,
measles .two violins, orgsn iiml plaini. all
0 under Hie excellent dlrcilloll ol M .
It Is scarcely jiosslble lli.it Hie l.loid culli.-ii-.nii. the Ladles' quii.
fancy pastry bakers of Ontario .ll nil.- piccmlng SfaMtsJ features are.
lis greatly troubled by a demand tc uoied of Mrs II I. Peterson,
"plea" for Ihe next week or mi. This Mrs. Herbert LiviiiKstoii. Miss Idee
Is a result of the Jats pic suppi i K io.su n and Mrs Davis Solo purl-.
given at the i II s Mood... ., , n t, n.l.-i.-.i j fjaa (,., ,
ing Everyone who attended .I.. Ii allln. Mrs Peterson. Mrs. Dal-.
.I tlc.it thev enjoyed the best time ',,,il Mcculloch. Lloyd mid Irvlni;
svsr. Among the worlds nndeis ulln i l.un Viola llusle.l. Opal Fur
who entertained wers the Welnle ley and Uulh McCuII.k Ii One of the
Trio, lie (ireat lliiiulioo.lle So-U-i ..p., i.,v .i.-ii parts ot II cniii
A MODERN ST. CECIIIA
inodern Si I ci Ilia In Hi.
ol woman pis sd h Otedys Brock
Broekwsll It bw newest big iiii
pluv for Wlllliini I'ox. A Hi. no . . I
."ill I h! id. I II.- full of ... Ii. o,
mid iiiilsirv irccm ,,i I bg Mi.
other. 601SS in Ho- I i i iiml in.) Then '
cliow n lii this pro. lie i ice .
II..' ml mute life ccl the great lap. I'
He lo the Hoiilli. forms a plctuiesiiie
ha. kgroiind to asrlss ol In. Idem
hIiI.Ii iiiproach their frsstl climax In
Hie llllllllllg ol .in oil II. I.I .111.1 Hie ,.
i i uci ion of a foi tune
Miss Hio.kuell s I'onoIlltS Coc
doiii, glil of , e p.-opl.. bS
first annuls Hit- n. hi. r John l(.i-i
a. millionaire. ,, i,.n,,,, gggjl
his depredations lie lute
.mil plclv of tllill Iceiiullful clc-iillirc
lln forgets his evil ways mid -. eks t i
marry her Hut his wooing Is rut
short In Hie hatred of Hie populiu
liaVS set fire to lea oil Held .
iiml Inn he Mm lo licit boot tlic
flano Hen iieu to kill hlni.
(Hill Hi.- pleaillur .1 ' mo hltii saves
this man froin . u'-i 1..1 h. seeks
p nli. in. I bf her side
that you order
Mr. Wain-lit r d Mm rcali.c tliat a wtck's tlclay
oil account of broken muchiiii'i'V inu -st von a
1 1 r jtortion of your eiopi this ) car I
l" V..11 realize that the freight congestion, Uw
labor shortage in twtory cities, and other MUMi1
lireetly attributable to the war are inaking it im
!"isihlc for machinery men t seeura deliveriei .'
Even now our shipments are longd laved. What
will they be iluriiu; the season ( We cannot tell.
DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES LOOK
OVER YOUR MACHINES NOW
We will try to solve your machinery problem! If
you'll get your order to us as soon as jxisaible.
men lo le.u in, a church uril ii
Hie famous jawn Kllpps Hoesed Icmid. was u duet by Viola Husted mid Opal n,..r asoreh for n.-.. oil
mid the celebrated Mlss'sslppl Curie t jtrl.-v The ofterlor) solo, nine .ilth And 1 ,
StOBOrS, from Hawaii The ESCORT. Mr I K Wilson, called torih must
too. went liack to the dnv of IbSll pi. .1 lug comment Voui inain O11I11
childhood, and pi I to us that tin I ! lulls who had not had Ho-
boot ing Mr Wilson I .
hur. h vcis pre 11 il
w 1H1 polled Stoats and K.c
Tills la.tcful hit of ivork 1
1 in 1 sommlttoe ' ' '
really had been kids once The au.
Hon of the pies that folios
program was vary successful
IS were sold at good prl
highest going at
Km Karl llaiiini was culled to
. DBS 'I ' Im.l cc. lb to officials
at Hie funeral of little Iota Huiiii.
lour years ami lour inonlhs old. The
loi.ll piislol. (ev llmi ill. ecus out
of town In attendance .11 a funeral
at Wes-tfall The Hole girl came I 1
her death aa a result of small rhll
.I1.11 Staying with a fire It was a
l.-iilhle shock to the .in u 11 11 iiinl
Ml as a u .lining 10
holli pa ren Is and children lo ba M
I the Ontario High
richeiil and grades are making .1 I
III ' ! fell 1: 1
.. limit and 111 BSOtunnienta
lin to cotitlriiic Ho- work.
H:ciii. soil .If his men v ,
Hie next few days be soltlvsl
II iiniini.ci,.. ohll It In BOM lbs
.1 I- ' I) II- I , .
M 1 1
llllllsi Ice . pillU I
W I I. .1.11 .en
' I Spe. fall llillrfclllis III
- 11 nix Mm I ( new 111 i
mud hand I or Ihe llexl Id .!
i' 1 M M iu-:i;.Tiiv
lies opp. (lt
Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book
It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from
a stoor for less money then the live stoor cost !
Proceeds from the sale ofjthe hide, fat, and other by-products
covered all expense of dressTE, refrigeration, freight, selling
expense and the profit of $1.2 per steer as shown fly Swift &
Company's 1917 figures as fejjpws:
Average price paid for live cattle 9&
Aver aft price received for meat
Average price received' for by-pro4$eU
Total tttevd y ')P
Thia Uaviafor expenses and prof if
Of whiah the profit per steer was
There are many other interesting and instructive
facts and figures in the Year Book.
Wo want to semi our 1918 Yror Book, to anyone, anywhor fro
for the asking Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards. Chicago.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.