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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1917)
THE ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, SKl'TKMl.KK 0, 1917.
foregoing prfiule and by virtu
the authority In me vested, I. Jamrn
Withycombe, Governor of Oregon, ilo
herehv proclaim Saturday, Septemb
er 15. 117. aa WOMKNS' MRUS'
TRATION MAY, and I do earnestly
link that all patriotic women regltT
on Hint day for patriotic aervlce.
IN TKSTIMONY WIIKI1KOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and rauseil the
aeal of the State of Oregon to be her.'
nnto affixed thla let day of Septemb
er, A. IV ltl7.
ALL WOMEN WILL
REGISTER FOR SERVICE
Hi. ml Klver, Oregon. AugnM 4
The WoHM'l OoamlttM cf tic I
god Council of Defeat, through IN
chairman. Mr. ChartM II Canter of
11. .) Itlver, hna designated Saturd.o.
September IS as official reglatrati Ml
day for the women f the slate.
Thla registration Is wholly volun
tary and la for the purpose of the fed
eral gov. 1 1, iik hi lie '('tiling familiar
will) the woniiiii power of the stan
Hating .ill llrli ami n. both train
ed nn.l untrained, for work In the
goi "' I """' I
hould it be found neeeaaarjr for tin
Bntioi to call upon the women of the
noi itry to ki the plat m of mi In
Industry in order that men may I"
I otol It la also
aaentini so Hint trained tenale help
may d for ko ernmenl po.
loaa ilirei n connected with mllltar)
aifal P be filled by women 600,00 train miles per annum, or .i
A properly printed card la to ne bout et.ooo miles per day, in the
filled Min In ..man ami on territory department In the Central
la) "i i (ration all assistant w.-di rn and Southern mlllitir .!
will be ' i (llllnir the nrd parUBtWa dlvlalons of the I'nlted
Local con re i n forme i tatea, A anvloM anaouneameni
In Marl all ! ttiC Mat.' for reduced to the extent ol R,
the putpi' ll( for t ill work OP Central Hepartment alone of fi.l'iut,
Septeinlier II and Governor rVlth 000 paaaenavr train mllee.
'.e. bMI i-i i if Hi' lm . , tutee In the nillltarr depart-
l this mi Illinois. Indiana. OJilo. Ken
followlai ion- ,,.,.;. Mlohtsan, Wan-
r:i .! i i in. Minnesota. ,
. men In thla state for wrvl.e. I locomotlvea, so that, the.e Important
NOW, TNKMaVORl In view of thelelementa may be devoted to more neo-
f'essary transportation aervtee during
the war." aald n. U Wlw.ji.ni. onair
man of the oomrolttee.
COt' .ICtti OK DDKKRJWIK Tt
hoiji KJUnUVQal WHKK1.V
At a meeting or the Ontario
Counrll of Defence laat Sunday It
waa determined to change the or
der of meetlnga from the call of
the offlcore to regular stated
meetings nvery Wedneaday night
at o clock at the city Mall. In
the Commercial club rooma. A
larce number of new member
have been lidded to the rolls late
ly and the membership la now
nearly 100 with many names ap
proved who have algiillled their
willingness to Join the organUa-tlon
Kino three foot photog'iaph of Com
pany t made at Payette Sept. 1 ItlT,
l. SO mailed to any addreea.
THH DirRHRt.l. HT-I)ll.
WAR SYSTEMS MAKE
RAIL ROADS WORK
, The Mlaaes Ernestine and i'null.te
SI. Paul. August .10 Slnrc " Qajalnj returned thla week from
war begun, passenger trains HWrlea i,,lr home t. id la the Interior
n.is been rdueed to the extent of 8,-
"Ulivr HAI'PRNKI)Tf).MMll '
The tluatratod attempt to dodge
Ood aa fascinatingly pictured In the
story of .lohn, the ancient problem
drama "III he talked about at the
Congregational church aervlce neet
Sundi.. morning. In the evening a
pleu for personal preparedneaa will
ha taken from the aooount of the ex
perlem " of l he "five wlae and the Ave
foolMi " This la n fine time to form
the church going habit, and 10 cou
neet up with the Sunday School ork.
II,, place for all who come at
the 1'nngrcgatloaal church
We announco to the public that our aooUtlon will speak In the eveaiaj. A
pastor waa returned for anotner yoar m,v, '".,, wm-n r the p)ii1e
by the ooafereoee. Plaaa are being ! In their behalf. An lnviutiCB tan
laid for the i-omltt TOW TBe J ear leatora io an.
Is full of uop If all will put their
shoulders to the wheel.
EARL MANNA. Paator
STRAYED- A white rat;
pie i phone o 1 1 4-W.
MtTHoDIST CHURCH MrTKN.
lundaj School '.t 10 a. m
,. ciiliiE at 11:00 a. m.. subject.
"Th Hour of Crisis"
dnderj s on p ra rre.irhlng. subject, "la
S5 It Atn rice christian "
UNITED PUPMBVTKIUAE CHVRCH
Attention la oalled to the fall open
Ing of the preaching aerricea after
Preaching at 11 00 a. m.
Dlblo school at 10 a. on.
A hearty welcome to all of tlMM
The DeMosa Family Entertain.
will give their high clasa ealerUln
iiiont in the chareh Monday night It
you like good music with variety
should he present.
W.N. BROWN, Pastor
l B. DAK Fit, Pmu
HAITIMT CHttKCH NOTEtt
The beginning of the fall raeeii
Sunday was greatly Incoargtag. Larg
crowds attended both servtose. It
ulsr serviose at both hoar eeil Hm
day. While the pastor will aot be In
his pulpit there will be services lt
E. O. Otto, the missionary of this Aa-
Kev c. H I'oweii, general efc.
slonary of the plr.copal chun b la t
let of Eastern Oregon, will hold
services in Masoulc hull next Huud.
ai Hi 45 a. m The auhject of m!
OH will he. "Rellgloun Tnan
i Undeveloped Mm. I Alio,
t ITTtM DAI s.W
morning at 10:00 at the Aim.
. nun . near the grade re'
In School 10 :i)0 . n.
' it at u n in
Song and praise service at H p. ,
CATHOIJC in ttcit
II A i AM I'd. Pssfc,
PRO! I MATIOH,
Stale of Oregon
I e. nil. i 1 1, i mini nl.
Hsleni. iireR.in September I, HUT
ill id vs the wi I in.-
ca, as well .i- the n n a '
now p. .iii
tit aarviee; and
lee of tl 1 '
aa the din I.. i
Dakota, South Dakota. Kansas.i
, ; lorado. The South-1
nd ArltOBI The,
, , and California
I . due
i i loni
, i I snd
This is the time to sell horses
Hay will bo lilgli and il will lc expensive
to IW'il ilu's winter. I n i i i
tor horses now.
I want to u! ROO
to li' j -lit from ' tipwi
Mules Wanted, Too
Will also bay uoml sound mulenfroni ten
caisoltl. ffoin 1 1-- npwai'l. Aildros
A Springer Ironing Board
A Springer Sleeve Board
A 6 Pound Iron
ALL THREE FOR $5.00
$2.00 Down, Balanse $1.00
Per Month, as Long as
They Last See About it.
IDAHO POWER CO.
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