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THE ONTARIO AROUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1019
The Ontario A rgus
Q. K. AIKEN, Editor and Publisher
i'ublialiod Thursdays at Onlurio,
Oregon, nnd entered nt tliu Ontario
post offlco for distribution ns 2nd
SUBSCRIPTIONS Ono Yonr $1.50
KltltPIKG I-MITH IN HUHINIWH.
IIiihIiipss men In tlio country towns
liavo n big ndvnntngo over tlio inor
chnnt nt tlio city, tlio Jlioy seldom
t li title mo. It lit ii fnct that tlio nvcr
n Ko I ii co mo of tlio resident of the
mnnllor commtinjllos In grottier than
tlio nvorngo onriilngs of tlio city fam
ily. According to statistics tlio nvorngo
yearly Incnuio of city fnmlllos In but
?7G0 por year whllo that of tlio nvor
11 Co country fniully Ih nearly J2B00.
That moniiH that tlio nvorngo pur
oImrIiik power of n country family Is
six tlmoK greater than that of the
nvorngo city family.
Whllo tho number of bucIi families
In thecountry In smnller, yet to no
euro their trado and to reach tliom
tho country merchant han thru tho
country press a slmplo and direct
method, bosldo hnvlng tho personal
ncqtinliitnnca with IiIh trado thnt the
city morohant can not hopo to secure.
Tho city niorchnnt line tlio news
papor, tlicatro progrnm. 1111 bonrds,
claw pulillcatloiiH, trndo Journals,
Mils, cntnloRH nnd every menus
known to tlio liiiRlnoM nf puhllclty.
Thin vnHt volume of puhllclty In
Kent out ovor tlio country and Into
Iho field of tho country niorchnnt.
It ROtfl luminous too, nnd tho local
morohant wondern why hln customers
buy nwny from homo. Thoro In no
ronson for thnt wonder. Tlio de
mand In stimulated by the advert lu
lu K. Tlio country resident linn ono
of thoRO nllurliiR ndvortlRemenln
broiiRht to bin homo, bin eye fnlln
' puon Rome nrttclo that ho ban a neod
ror but porbnpn bad not couRldercd
buyliiR until the ml appealed to him.
Ho roadn tlio ad bo bad never
noon IiIh local merchant pronent that
article, at loaHt not for no Ioiir that
If It ovor was ndvortlscd locally bo
baa forgotten all about It, and ho off
bo row to Hcnd bin money some
wlioro oIro, for it wbon ho mlRht
liavo botiRht It at home.
Tho ronobor, or rooldent of the
Htnnll town In not to blamo for doing
IIiIh. It tho homo merchant went
after bin ImihIuomi an consistently iih
iIooh tho mall order bonne bo would
Most pcoplo are loyal to tbolr
homo town. Tlioy want to trndo In
their homo town.. They want tbolr
homo town to grow nnd prosper. In
that way they may proHpor too. It
In tho pronporlty of tho towun that
contribute to tho vnlno of Minis near
thorn, Just ns It In the prosperity of
tho country that innko tho towun
prosperous, They ro onrh chmoiiIIiiI
to the growth of tho other.
Tho catalog house novor lots up lu
IIh orfortn. It In after huslnotMi nil
tho tlmo. Wbon It In not Rending
nut n catalog It In out with a circular
letter telling of xonio exceptional
value. It Ih Keeping before the pen
plo nil tho time.
Many local inorehnnU ndvortUo
occnHloually. Tboy expect their cuh
tnmors to remember about them tho
rent of tho time, and it In while they
are oxpoctlug thin that their rlwils
walk off with their trado
And when It In remembered that
Build your fhiuiioial n flairs on a strong
foundation by opening an account at this
No man jumps to success at one leap. It
is a matter of careful, thoughtful, painstak
Financial success demands an adequate
You can start it here; the sooner, the
better, for your own welfare.
i.lTtlljlI4ilkWrv i Hi a 3il iTi z, ik4
their trado Is worth six times moro
thnn Ih tho trndo of tho ovcraRO city
fnmlly It la no wonder that the cata
log botiRO Is after It.
PLAYING THE GAJJK
Thoro Is only ono way for a town
to Rrow. Thnt In from tho limbic
Whllo tho additional Rrowtb mny re
sult from tho addition of population
from tho outside, thero must bo
somothlnR to nttrnct people lo a
town, and that In what tho pcoplo In
a town accomplish by team work.
Polks don't come to a town thnt Is
dead. They want n live town in
which to live. Thoy want to como
to n town Hint Is a conipaulonnblo
place, where tho people Rot on well
together, wlioro strife Is nbsont nnd
wlioro tho rivalry lakes tho form ot
competition In Reed works for tho
ndvnncoinont of the town's needs.
That fcelliiR of good fellowship
enn only bo secured by co-operation
In tho work for tho public Reed; by
kcopliiR fnltb with each other In the
inutunl undertakings of the city.
When the eltlr.cns nnd business men
ngrco to do cortnln thing cverynno
should do bis part, keep bis word
and nbldo by tho decisions of tho ma
jority. Playing n lono hand to pet
mi ndvantngn ovor business compet
itors whllo of temporary odvantnRO
will not pay In tho long run.
Tho business man or citizen who
essays to play such u role will soon
ho llko the boy whom theost of the
fellows will not piny ball with; bo
can't maka tlio team, no matter how
Reed an Individual player he may ho.
REVOLUTION. THAT'S ALL
Tho statement which the American
Federation Issued nfter Its hohsIoii
Inst Sunday afternoon was little loss
than treasonable It was falxo, too,
for It purported to speak for the sen
timent of nit tho American pcoplo
when It manifestly was but tlio ex
pressed opinion of Samuel (lompern
nnd bin nsRoclaloti .in tlio executive
board of the Federation.
It Is not true thnt nil tho American
people, or even n majority, npprovo
of tho methods of tho United Mine
Workors lu their attempt to coerce
tho American people Into submission
to their domnudn. Theso demnnds
woro mndo nt n tlmo and In a ninn
ner Hint showed plnlnly an ulterior
motive; namely the nationalization
of tho coal mliiotf of tho nation by
which tho minors could hold up the
public when ovor thoy saw fit.
In abjuring loyalty to tho govern
ment Mr,. OomporM and bin associates
took n bold Htep nnd nun which thoy
will ruo ono of theso dnyn. Jly their
oxcosHofl theso leaders liavo thrown
away tho confldonco tho public onco
reposed In tlio caimervntlvo union
men, to tho damage of tlio union
Thero nro being beard muttorlngs
about a show down coming from
men who berotnforo hnvo boon pan-
rIvo on tho labor question. Thoy
hnvo taken no Intorost in such mat
torn for thoy felt that their luterosts
woro not offectod, now they know
better. Thoy renllto that thero In a
concerted effort being mndo to revo
lutionize our government, and they
want none of It.
This effort on tho part of tlio labor
leaderri lias como In time. It lu to
bo hoped thnt tho cnimorvutlva con
structive, homo-owning Indimtrlout
laboring man will mnko bin voice be
board lu tho coiiihIIk of tbn unions
In tho future so that ho will not bo
misrepresented to tho public by the
radicals, who nro now lu power That
Is tho salvation of tho unions ot
America. Throw out tho radicals
and let the American workmnn ex
press himself thru leaders In touch
with nnd nmcndnblo to tho laws of
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you really feci clean, sweet
and fresh Inside, and
are seldom ill.
If you nro uccuHtuiucd to wnko'up
with n coated tongue, foul breath or
a dull, dizzy headache; or, If your
moaln sour nnd turn Into gas nnd
acids', you hnvo n rent Htirprlso a
To-morrow morning, Immediately
upon nrlslng, drink n glass of hot
water with a teaspoonful of llmo
stono phospbnto In It. Thin In In
tended to first neutralize and then
wash out of your stomncb, liver, kid
neys nnd thirty feet of Intestines nil
tho Indlgcstlbla wnsto, poisons, sour
IjIIo nnd toxins, thus cleansing,
sweetening nnd purifying tho entire
Thnso subject to sick headaches,
backache, bilious attacks, constipa
tion or any form of stomncli trouble,
aro urged to get a quarter pound of
limestone pbosphntcfrnm tho drug
store nnd begin enjoying thin morn
ing tnsldc-bnth. It Is said that men
nnd women wbotrytbls become on
thimlastlc and keep It up dally. It
Is n splondld health measure for It In
moro Important to keep clean nnd
pure on tho Insldo thnn on tho out
side bccaimo tho skin pores do not
absorb Impurities Into tho blood,
causing disease, whllo tho bowel
Tho prlnclplo of bathing Insldo Is
not new, as millions ot pcoplo prac
tice It. Just as hot wntor nnd sonp
clcanso, purify nnd freshen tho skin
so hot water and a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate act on tho stom
ache, liver, kldnoys nnd bowels'.
I.lmcstono phosphate is on Inoxpan
slvo wlilto powdor and almost tnsto
lost). EAST TIME RESULTS IN
CANOE OF DREAMLAND START
With tlio now tlmo scbcdulo In of
feet folks who go to tho movies
ovory ovenlng do not llko to liavo to
wait until so long after dark. For
tbolr accommodation Mlsn Dorothy
Jaqulsh lias changed tho hour of
opoi)lng from 7:15 to 7:00. Tho
Bocond porformnnco stnrts nt 8:30.
Ily thin arrangement ovon thoso who
go to tlio lust show can got homo lu
tlmo for an early sleep,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Mock of
laud near Nazarono collogo at Nam
pa, Idaho, for residence proporty In
Ontario. W. (1. Emry, Ilox 174,
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idMiiui'Ui ilium, it-
"WIVES OF HEN"
are the things that count
when it rains ..ti.llVMi
nave maoejua '
JIIIIC IUJU I
tA ttrtAt AtflttltU
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by Building a Home
II. 8. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
W. B. WILSON, Secretary of Labor.
3 believe in you Oregon.
I believe in your immense re
sources your timbered hill
sides, your waving fields of
grain, your luscious fruits.
I believe in your men, Oregon in
their energy and ability to convert
your unexcelled raw materials into
finely finished manufactured prpducts.
I believe the road to growth and
prosperity for Oregon lies in the loyal
patronage of Oregon industries by
Buy Home Products
Associated Industrios of Oregon
OANE MOLASSES is used extonsivclv through
out this country and Europe as a sheep and
cattle feed. It is equivalent of corn in carbo
hydratesfattening qualities and when com
bined with ground wheat screenings, or alfalfa
meal makes the most palatable, succulent feed
obtainable at a prico less than half that of corn.
The cohesiveness of molasses binds the particles
of ground screenings or alfalfa meal so that it
can bo fed on the ground without waste.
. .Ground screenings nnd molasses $30.00 per
ton, sacked, f. o. b. cars Portland in carload lots.
Type sample- sent on request.
Board of Trade Building, Portland, Oregon.
Hides, Furs and Pelts
Ranchers, Stockmen, Trappers:
If you have any hides, furs or pelts send
them to us. We pay the highest market
prices, We pay cash.
Bring Your Job Printing-to
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OAT1IOMO CUUItCII OV TIIK
Jtcv. J. II. Mnlonoy, l'nstor.
8:30 a. in., Low Mnss.
10:30 n. in., High Mobs.
0:30 n. Dk, Catechism for tlio boys
Vlsltorn respectfully Invltod,
1IAPTI8T CI I tilt CI I
Illblo school 10:00.
Morning Worship 11:00.
Uospol Horvlco 8:00.
l'rnyor Sorvlco Woilnosdny 8:00.
.?. M. WIiioh, l'astor.
10:00 n. m. Sunday School.
11:00 n. m. l'ronclilnc.
8:00 p. in. Thursdny, l'rnyor
Mootlnc In tho Church.
Everybody urficd to nttond nil ser
A special Sunday School sorvlco
will bo liofd nt 10:00 n. in. nt which
n "C'rndlo Itoll" servlco will bo hold.
All of tho parents of tho CoiiijroKn
tlon nro urged to bo prosont.
I'MTKI) PlIICSIIVTICItlA.V CUUItCII
10:00, blblo school,
11:00, public worship, Horiuou
subject, "Tho Illblo School."
7:30, worship. Sermon subject,
tho seventh commniidment, "Thou
Sbnlt Not C'ommltt Adultery."
W. B. Cochran, Minister
10 n. in. Sunday school.
11 a. m, Preaching; "Our Ito
sources." CMC p. in. Kpworth l.cnguo.
7:30 p. m. Preaching; "Drifting
tho Wrong Way."
W. J. LU8CO.MIIB, Pastor.
nt. w. a. uowE
Tol. 117 Ontario, Oro.
Phono I2HW ONTAHIO, OltKOO.V
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PosiofUco lliilldliiK, Outitrlo, Oregon
PltANSFEIt, IIAaOAOE AND EX.
DR. A. R.ROBERTS
lletwren Outitrlo l'lmrnincy nml
DRS. WEESE & FORTNER
9 to 12 aud 2 to 5.
Office over First National Dank.
Telophouo No. 33 J. Ontario, Oro.
F. E. Brittingham
Long Distnnco Hauls
Phono 157-M. Ontnrio, Oro.
W. O. JONES
Day phono Night phono
Ranchers who hnvo machlnory
must keep them lu repair.
An kinds Machinery.-
We specialize on Pumps and
Our Trices Are Right.
KARSDEN MACHINE SHOP