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TUB ONTARIO AHC.V ONTARIO REOON. THUIUWAY, JUNE 87, IMS
whr tHhtfarin Argus
I K.AU .id. rand Publi
I I8h6n rlnii"sn in, On
Two w i) the i',iis printed tin tmniSntofthc
Rural Bpiril winch oYcla '"I Ontariai b
111" bill -In ii. I buy I 1 1 1 ,f - -1 i 1 1 tifj'l
lli That the si 'teniitit . : the RuralSu i rank in-
Justice to the people of the city in true, oul ii in more a tri
bujte to the meal dealer to whom, therefore, the people
owe a profound vote of than!
I'll ojiallj we believe that everyone who hat takei
time to Mtimidi tin iiui tioii of meat, will agree with ii,
thai .in . n i,i 1 1 v i in m ii i niii in iiar meal is as pfuilty nidi
liberate murder as be who l tn a man in cold hloo i
'i in licve the purveyor of auch food ia the ivm-i criminal
of the t vi .
The onlj protection agaiinrl the sale d' tubeivular eat
i li iver the coi 1 1 it cis iii si mm il cities and town i the hones
tv of the dealers. In proportion to their vigilance and in
1c;;i 1 1 . i the In 'a I tli of the lieople protected.
In the lari citii - conditioiiM an1 different. The l'j
lacking plants can maintain the eoatof government in
Kpection; while forced iimpection in the .smaller town
would put the little i k it out of husinens.
The regubttionii iicfming the slaughter of ttibercii
lar animals pr icribt we iindoratsiid, thai when s '
ia found to have one or even two lesioiiH, the tortious aim
them arc cut nut and the remainder Is pa sed lor sale
Wliere more than two c diim arc round the entire beef i
ABOLISH GERMAN TEACHING
Since the revelations of the Senate Commit tee invest!
gating the activities fof the German American Alliance it
thin country there is no longer ain exeunc For anj whoo
I or any ncl I authority continuing instiwtioii i1
the German language in an American school.
K-ieeiali Is this true in MIIV of the priniar
aching of ' riiian in 1 he school- if hi
- per ii i in another eategory and might be
icicntific student - '. h" arc followin i i
'iriiian is concerned in the
of education in America it should become a dead '
in a class a nil Sanskrit, the Vulgate and the cunifomw in
Ionian ti mples.
I'. this means can Aineriea aid in III' war. after tin
lie Prussian v Ruch h course will defeat
for nil time the scheme oronnaed bv the National German
American Alliance, to make German the common tongue
of tie American people.
tt will cut them, too, where the; will feel it most. It
will aid in that ai'ter-ihe war battle ror commercial supre
It will make impossible i realization their plan to
I i niaiiie the world with their loathed Uiiltnr.
To this end the next session of the legislature should
SO amend the present state laws which permit l' no clastici
to the courses in high schools save those in first class
districts. fof under the present law local districts are imt
authoriied to eliminate German. Thai man; have done so
without Bcantion of the state department is a tribute to
good sense n' the teachers ami pupils and imt to the
pr sent Oregon laws.
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I UU MUIIIUIIMUIV) VVI i 'V"
BIDDING THE SOLDIERS GOODBY
Altho there baa been no formal organisation to ar
range for a proper 'send -off" fur the Malheur eounti born
Will,,,,,! Bovenuncnt inapectioii to du hue I '' they leavd for the training eampa, thej have not been
small pa unit afford, or should not nl least, ta overlooked. A few thotful men and wometi on eachoccn
on infectiil I The Ion ofaf t f r. tav witl together in time to let the hoys know that
0Ml' purchase is mor an hear, and tin ., it home aro thinkii I'tlnnr
sl,;.",l,it ' ,.l," ''" '"'' 1 "I""" ,l"' "" '" mim Por ' llowevcr'it istimeUuit i i I ..rgauisatkm take
refusal i" bnv tin h . ,,,,, , ,
While i tihtei 11 inn loss to tl, ""' "latter in hand. In Weis.r and some of the other Ida
dain randier whose hern has been condemned is not thai bo cities the local Hed ('roes chapter has organised a can
more equitable than to have the entire loss fall upon tin teen committee. This committee hoi only bids its own!
dealt i or to pa an it on to the consumer ' oldiei hovs goodbv, but also lius magazines, cignrettt
nd olher thiuv thai men like at th trains for the Im
: hru from other tov
, I.. -,
ill ii"l pun
Soiiietlliny of this norl in uht w II be done he
!, ; in du! H I diowii
ach leave with the mclnories of a fit
nite that luliei ne of
lar i Ioiil
HEARST AND LAFOLLETTE
There are two men in American public life whose
ilicc th, I l ,il, -ft,
iiwi kol held tin id' tile ('nit IP
tin ' he people of Ontario mould h lias been a disj aei to hi state, and bis opposition to the
thi m. n the meat men I tuned, rf declarat cd of dip disloyalty, In
iv'i w weit o fortunate ranchers would ces the is still i mbero1 the nation's legislative nodv.
to dispose i l till lai lock. The Would find t Mr. Hearst's position is inconsistent Sum, i
Ihat H w,.. them lo take preveutativi methods fi i publications have steadily maintained a patriotic attitude
then protection of then animals, and thus lessen the dan uud have aided in everj war work; this is true of bia mag i
ger in its inception. zincs; while his newspapers have been consistently auti
INDICTING THE KAISER
ally, and pro German t. a marked di
They I i 1 not cease their pr,-( lerinan artivitj after
With each pass,K W(, k the tcrrd.le cr,.ue , m.ittci : Al,ri1 VM'; ul" " iA,"""' declared war. hut have given
lo the Kaiser audnis allies are being brought home to the "dandeomforl ... the en.u.v at every turn. I !., have
Anwii... .J.. Th,. , i,. .. il... .. imL. sought to embroil the I toted States in a war first with
rated the arch timid of Berlin staggers I an , ,-,. M,Alr1" !"" ' w,,th JaPn; "'v l,avr ,M;,n s" I"''-11'''
tioii, Hist,,, x furnish,- no adequate comparison. ",,im ' ,:,t ,llr lve btwu denied the use ol the Mritish and
The message which Dr M. G. Paiiasiaii hnd of the ( i,l";l,lli'n ,"i,'ls' l1,"'.v bve bean so rank that piles f the
,.,.,ss.,-,.s,,f th.. i. ,, , ....... i.n. .ii... .1... i.i i pnl.licatioiis have heen burned in sP-sdle h eta etoaisb
With its Inunirs. Pitv forthc vntiins ,,111,.. ,,.,., es,.!,.., PWMictttmi have heen publicly hurne.l in loysl towns of
ssvap- who has In pnotised th, Gennan people is ,...U , , :l" ;,s,. VH1 ",rV a,v eircunttsd In the mads .
qusled in the rag has for him. If peace when it shall A t,""'1 l,i,s "'"'.":" the gorernment should put a
be declared contains n roviaion for his longer ex istene. ,"1' f; M"'1' ,"'' i,s"" !" ,"1!f,, l,h,u',.'s- n"u ,;l" th'' l""l'l-'
on this earth, or lea vei poWui urn of his ilaatardlv tribe "' """"1 djatn.'ts hand seditious p. .suns when such
a crime against mankil I Will have heen c,,.in,lte,l l,1H" " ,,H ,.,',,.,' q ,u' "'itbont.es who can exercise
No German apolo ist will ever be aide to dispell the ft lM,w;',s;,, ' 'P'-'v... Socialistic puldications the use of
belief which Americana, with all other allied a.,. I even nc. , "' ,M1!1,S s ,"1,,u s,'t 'xaniPle 1Vfia Ranaolph
tral nations. ha . in the complnit v of iermanv in the tc Hearst, and the Senate should expell Bob LaFollcttc since
rilde treatment of the Vnuenians. As lr. Panasian: tin
learned and eloqUi ut lecturer who ipoks here Sunday ami
who will again tell the lory of Armenia Pridaj evening;
declared 'The Sultan of luikev was the instrument, but
he has not the decency to resiun.
NOT FOR CHILDREN ONLY.
Somehow the iinnression has trone ahmatl ovit th..
the arm thai wi Ided the sx,,r, w;,s the (iciinan Kaiser." land that the purchase of War Savings Stamps was the
u Dr. Papasian drew the parallel between the system prerogative of the children, that man and women should
devote their attention to Liberh Bonds This is n,,t true.
V j ,. ..!ii -if fu,1- 1,.. loo.... ,r W.... v...,: eu.
. . .. ..i.... . ... .... , in. innur i.i , in n,, IllliS Olttlllps
used in Arnienia .ul that used in Belgium showing tli
tinctly how the as n mothods were used in the one country
sa in th other tl ire can be no dispute that the crimes in
each et intrv Wt perpetrated h) the same author,
Tin- more one. considers the terrible deeds written Into
histon In the Huns, in Belgium and in Arnienia, tin mon
determined mnst become the purpose t. anl m every effort
to carr mi the fight for the utter destruction of Prussian
militarism. Then- can be no peace with such a power still
in existence. I he Kaiser ami his arch liends must he wiped
off the face of the earth.
a hi,h the authorities desire purchased is equal to the first
Liberty Loan ami that means that it is a joh for men ami
Women SI well as for the children. Malheur ,-oiint is call
ed upon to hu more than L'oo.iMXl worth ,,f bonds this
year If the county is to make pood its quota there is a
place on the War Ravings rolls fof every inhabitant Get
jHuir name on the list for all you can save.
The proper place for the profiteer is in jail.
Tin is no certain!) luiv long prompt deliveries
tan ln made, and the prit are sure to ndvnme.
read in ti
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rjiiii'in in,. CaMcagar Timrlng, .n
nil, I i.iir I'aMnpr lliuinnij '
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u , ... i , .,,, ,,,. ti. i ,,ii.,l I'lip I'uwnm'i' Hun
r. . -...' . . .
Ifou '! taking do chan
ti in tliln 1,. lilt; illfl '
Advance PbOBI i
at nlMroom, Old Togflf i bmUoi
EASTERN ORECON AUTO CO.
V. H STlClls, Kr tIM!IO. OKKOOK
I. Slv, 'j llnrter s-mh anil
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1 I'din I
Thirty yearn ago tha talephona wan a luxury. Today.
througli pemnnal Inltlatlva and prlrata enlarprlaa, It haa rtaeomo
a necaeelly within th reach of everybody. Wliere tinre a buel
neee had lint one telephona with a limited talking nitiga, today
that buinM haa aervtca with a range Uiree-,tmrtor of a conti
nent broad, and every branch of every builneea Ir linked to ev
ci Bf iu liiicr'iniiiunlcatlng telephona aynlnm
I'll,. i,...ii,ni,.. Ma pained Ita raaponelbla place and there ar
o I '"in Hell iRii'iiiionca in thin country, over which go
26.000,000 talk dally
Bvtrj Hell Telephone ia a Long Distance Station.
Malheur Home 1 ) it i: Ci.
A Comfortable Feeling
A good iiiauy tilings may happen that will
give you a feeling of comfort ar but
nothing will do this more sun lv i tl
' eftgi -.11 have moi .ul.
Tli' la parti.ularly ti
our bank, where you know II Foil I
- there subject to your , ,;,!
get it when you want it. That !, until
V'ii need it. If you have no hank SOOOUnt, we
inviti- you I- itarl one at our bank now, no a
ter how small. Vuu will add to it from I
time and it will nuii he a source of e
eurity to yoo,
BUY THRIFT STAMPS: A MONEY AND
LIBERTY SAVING INVESTMENT.
First National Bank
The Firsi Duty of Man
A beaunrut .don, ,,,u, ..ppaarad in a recent laaue of the Sat
urday tveran, ,., y ltirge autOBob(1(, fou lllui(tratlulB
the four greateat ev.nu u the life of man: ".iratiuK
I CI INC. MAKHIKU
Btnrnra rocs worn
ton, Hits I lum
hi mm. rot it avrusfoavi i
no you CATC,, tUAt WLBNBio coint. mr man?
ThU big automobile tinu .peat 10.00.00 for a .lugi. .. ,n .
tng. BM.e ,o adverts ,,, million, of peopVu.v.SVlt'.B
.h. latba, t.,, murr duty o, a umiiumSJ u75, 5
THAT A HOMK SHOULD fOliEBEKORK THE AUTOMOBILB.
We PUu ,.ur home ttvts.
We l.i.il.l u with utern Soft
"" u, mn unm
ONI AIIIO. OKH.OV
v i I IKS soir PINK
S-2t lo oO
the Fair now and watch for a .d exhibit