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X FOOD ADMINISTRATION
y willing service of a fre
eople to do the thing! :
To fee.i the Allies that tby may
continue to fight.
To feed (he hungry In He'glam
and other lends thet they may
continue to live.
To feed our own eoldleri over
MM thet they may went noth
ing. To keep price Heady and the
flow of distribution even that
the poor et lioaie may kg fed.
To make everyone effoii it.unt
IU utmost for winning the
war for freedom
FOOT! (ONI HOI, IN AM Kit l A
IB or AND KOK TUB I'KOI'I.R
i Legal Document
ARRIVF IN ITIIY Filed at Court House
Deeds, Patenb and Other
Matters of Legal Interest.
Washington- Safe arrival In Italy
of the firet contingent of military
force which will rprent the United
States waa announced Saturday by
General March, chief of staff The
troop were sent direct from this
country, lo supplement other ordered
from France by General Pershing.
! 4 H
OUR GREAT TASK
By Herbert Hoover
If you coulit stand la lb middle of
aturope today and survey the lend to
It borders, you would discover It
whole populetioe of 400,000 000 human
beings short of food Millions of po
pi In Poland Finland. tterbla. Ar
taenia and Russia are dying of starva
tion and other millions are suffering
from too little rood Our Allies and
Hie neutrals are living on Igt liai. '
margins lhat v. HI support life sum
the most appalling ami dreai!
ful thin that Inn c in to h n mih
Since Hie ilswn of i Is IIIxnHoii Is to
Die the outatandlng crwgttofi of I
tn mi iiitiiini I t i ha Oet man iht m
(else in. Dot i hi wwfl I ni" I
Tiles ift xi..; t g si the i minim k
Mouth the hiiisesl soil isllle m tin
people Hips have overrun, less Ins
them In ilesolsilou If the war gram
to cease tomorrow the loll of actual
Uead trom starvation witmn the i.er
man Hues eoiild ilouhle or IreMe the
I out e in i. (On 'mpii ,,i ajpgaj i,, base
been stllisllt billed bv (lamians ami
bar allies In arms Vbr II "i iw peo
pi In occupied Belgluio ami Niutliern
France would have illnl of starsallon
had It not tietn for us and the Allies
We must build our food resources
lo ' read) fot any demands upoa
Ms bs Hie Allies It Is or no purpose
lo ua to send millions of our best lo
Frame if we fail to maintain the
Ireiialh of their men women ami
children on our lines of lonissuntia
Hon 'I his I'nited Stales Is the last
resersoir of men Hie last reeervotr of
hips, the last reseriulr of imminent
and the last reaersolr of food upon
I the Allied world must depend
U Germaus Is to be defeated and If
we are to be free men.
A ' Sanllary units compose the greater
part of the firt arrivals, but "other
pet is! unit" also were Included. Qen
erl March reiterated the stnti'tii't t
Hist tin' hulk ot the combatant Ameri
can troops going to Italy will be sent
from Hie western front, their place
being Immediately taken by new regl
ments from the I'nited State
The first national army division bw
taken up a lector ai the front. General
.Man h also announced It I the 77th,
railed In New York, trained at Camp
rise American division which had
been brigaded with the British for
training have been returned to Gen
eral I'erihlng command with train
NEW WHEAT PRICES OUT
Minimum Price of S2 Is Fined for
Number On Product.
i v. T(M s New s
'. I lis advauced freight rates.
nerc an nou b) tk fi
ralnlati ii ' I'tiiorsUnn n ss a
aaerted thai a mlnlt of ?.'
n I V. In ill a hull r,! i m t s
ill Hie iiiti'tnu'i.uain termors will be
i in . urporatlou aoiiounceinenl
ii id that No I v.liel ol the northern
prill hard ss inter, red winter, durum
ml red Hlnler grade eould lie snlil
In sarioua markets at Hie inline. Ing
Nee York. l..:iS: 'hlludelihia.
llalllmore and Newport News,
Diiluth and Minneapolis
Mill ago. KfaNj si Uinta
M-Mi Kansas (lis and (lalsesloii
t'nlted State to Guy K Wood
cock, EV4NW'48W, 27-11-40.
May 2X. 1918.
Hurry 8 Sackott to Hope Bro.
and Knilly IV Rlgby. 8H8K'. 36-18-
44 .Tune 10, 1 91 ft
ll.n J Brown, sheriff, to First Na
tional hank. Vale. SK'NK ', . 10;
W tOt 4 N .VW Mi ' ' .8 H 8VV V,
HVUSK'4.2. NWNKVi. U-24-40.
June ID. 1911. $2405 70
l'nlteil States to Gerald E. Stan
field. IWUIWHi 4-26-40 May 21,
S VV Applegnto et UK to James 8
Stark et ux. 44acres In NW,i of Lot
S. Sec. 36-17-47. Sept. 27, 1117.
Ben J. Brown, sheriff, to A. K.
Troyer. hot 2, Block 31, Columbine,
June 6. If ID f 1 00
V II Doollttle, Leo J Kalk and
Thos V (llagett et exe to Hobert L.
I'add.i. k. I.ofi I, . 10. Blink '12. On-
May I. 1918 9417 94
Ii n on '' nx tn it c
Carpenter Lot 14 of ' Unuth Trad.''
III Lot 1 S'T I v 17 l:.l I Ittl
. . . Cards . . .
DRS. PRINZING, WEESE
to 11 and I to 6.
Office over First National Bank
Telephone No. 33 J. Ontario, Or
v Itl v- Itiinil.ill Huge
Items, r i mums : ,n June 2".
J. C Heain ss M.iney llroa K
WvIIk Recovery on tOBOttBt IS"
llulse I'nyette Lumber Co ve Tlu'
Oimlnlcan Sisters ol Ontario. I ho
u Trust ' Cn., K J.
Bauer and Tlnmllts Knoliey. imc
clusure ur materialman's lieu
R. W. O. HOWE
Ptisan Bldg. Res 1171
Charles Danford Warren
lacoms. Seattle, Portland. A. 'Frances llartsche. June 24, 19IK
torla. Or . San Francisco and l.os
Now la th time to eat and te pre
erve home grow products Pariah
able fruits are coming oa the market,
the gardens ar making available dally
uppllea of food that will lake the
place of 'he oemanstvla! isnnsd ar
lic'ra that ar needed for ahlpment
at ad Sugar lie bra n made at all
able for glMM Mbnlai putpimea and
lb supplv l gaod si U preaenl time
Th hum garden aad th eaaalag f
It product maa mer this year
than It vr did before beeau It will
pla.s a vary Important part lu kaeplag
th flghilii fortes supplies) wrth th
kind of loud they are al th Urn
hs ud It most
America eipcl ry rivlllaa to
la hi ur her duly la the same aplrtt
sh eipvct each soldier waea the
I'ounusBd com TO (JO ( KM HI!
lot' wlibeut turaiag t e if hi
ueighbui had ga flrat
r hsse ofleu ituoled that eld
Verse, (lather sour roses sthlle se
ma aid gpg tan isvil now change II
lu gathei sum tagelahles fur bv so
Joins we tan attompliab great gnud
I he prli e bssls for No 2 wheat will
i nts tieluss No I and lor No
4 cenlH In lust No Cradii Inluts
n tt ill In di alt III on samtili
Siii lal i lasses of si In a! IN' nun
mission said, elll be sold on tin ful
Hsrk hard winter. :' ceiita above
lard winter dark northern siuing. 1!
cuts a how iiiiithei'ii spring; smlier
liiriim 'J 1 1 (its abuse durum yallow
lard winter .' iiuis under bard win
er red spring, 5 i eni.t under northern
tprlng. retl Walla, 7 tents under red
Inlet ted dun. ni 7 t uls under
I urn . suit t. nil' under Imrd
while, wliila t In U. 4 tenia undei bard
Prlhbl Net Mailable to Troepa
Washington No mure perishable
; If am Ii as fruit iiuil touila. will
if ai t epted at poaloffices for mailing
o I toons betauae almoat alwasa they
i. not be delivered in edible condl
I M(M S MISSTHKIH
COMIM. TO IHtllMMMI
Tho management of the lirenin-
land has been fortunate In securing
lnr their theatre an unusual attru.-
Hon In Hie loriii of Nav llroa funiotit
llnliiiuiii Troiiliailorn. a rouipuliy oi
fifteen colon d urtlata sslm . ill
inasteia of their special line 'I'll'
i boss comes highly lecmiuended by
press nnil theatre managers of Hie
country and should prove a vers c
lelleoi sliovs Their pretnlor Jazv
blind ss III parade at 4 p ago and ren
der a pleasing concert In trout of th
1 1 1 . t . .it v ii ( Im k Xn lover if
negro initial relay should full uil see
this show It Is one of thoM shows
that alsssva send suit away with Hut
Inline Hack Itellesetl.
For u lu in t- hack gppl I ininliei
inn l.iiiiiiieni twice a day and inn
sage the must les of the back a
seul of pit lii thoroughly at aaag .. t i t
We stand beblad our hoy la
Frame and we will nut call it a sain
a prlvllagv to do our bit lu
waul fee,, ina tbsm Ovr There."
Coas.rve. reserve aad praaerv all
of thaaa Ha truila aud vegelablea
tag) an- now within snur rra Ii sou
will naad them Ike niuniig wuuei
Its aims aoue pensbabiea br at
houir we mas o others truu, per
tahlug Do i I
I tie farm as w . 'ioii utveds
men wbu see alls:, hi and sheet
Vt'gi is ii( It BI'al.NI aa a oaa t
lu lit tan sing it as a side lias.
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Big Ball Bearings;
L ALLEY-LFGHT engine is
equipped throughout with
extra large ball bearings.
No other farm light
plant engine is so equip
ped These ball bearings help
Lalley-Light to give
better light by helping
the engine to run more
smoothly. They save
fuel and oil. They cut
down friction and wear.
Lalley-Light brings better light
bright, steady, safe light to
every farm. It brings power for a
water pump, churn, separator, and
We will be glad to demonstrate Lalley
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owners' testimonial book.
rRANBFBR. BAOOAOB AND EX
PROM JOHN LANDING HAM
K. BRITTINGHAM 4
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UVI STRAUSS CO., SuPrssriK.
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The man who knows the com
fort of a good-tasting chew
mug every time. Lasts longer
than ordinary tobacco, too.
1 0c a pouxh and worth it
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uudsrslgnad admiOlrator of the 1 1
tat of Jsniee J, (iiidit. deeear
lnis f'led In tho i Mints Couri 'if lie
Mate of Oregon. fOl the ('omit, ol
Mall.enr, his flntl gCOMAl
niinistrutlon up hi said
that trtld final nn- r.rt Iihs .ieen ilulv
i to hearing bi iuld ctsurt
the 20th ilns of .luls. ltl i
it r nf mi i re ck p in it
, is it the etiurl l.inisp at .i1". in-
.til persons Iniiiiated In UN
ea'ste ar here'iv i .tlfld to appenr
at said time and pl.ee .mi file Meat
objection In writing. If any Ulggg
ar. to aald final account and t ontest
Done and dated gad first publlh
ed this 10th day of Juno, 1911.
J II BLAt'KAHV.
ilinlnlstrator of Hie Kartale
ot James J I'niart. H. cease. I
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MKHRM' ORI'O STORK
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
tor U.b.Marine Lorps recruits.
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