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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1918)
ONTAftfOJdALHEUR OOUNTY, OREGON, Till FEBRUARY 21, 1918
The Curtain of Mystery Wliich Has Enveloped
Russia Is at Last Torn Away and You May See How
Myriads of Brave Men Hopelessly Fought and Ter
ribly Died, Betrayed and Destroyed by German In
famy and Intrigue!
,.,, B ,.,, , ,, ., tlr motion plctnna that
whom tli war rorrr
mUm man" they have
, ... l-p-ml-nt for Leslie'!
"The German Curse in Russia"
Wed., Feb. 2G, 27
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twtpl gwttlatalda, the
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Town Topics T )
E. C. Propet went to Tlohv Sntvlny
Mls Eeale Orcutt npont Sunday In
V. Chamber went to BoIho Sttn-
A StuL ' ,r Sensational and As
tounding Pre n Presentation of Events
W'irh Have Shaken the World, Now for the First
j; , r, iied ierj iu Through the Medium
jf Motion Pi"1 ch As Have Never Been
3how;i On Any B MB.
Mr. anil Mrs 0.
to I'.ni M Bundaj
B. JamlKon went
Mr and Mr, tleorae I '" M
Mr. nnl Mr- Hon '"
Mr. Clark an
..f Nnmpn ipmi Sunday hara viait'tiK
day fro- . J
ed by the donf ""'Pr' Mr8'
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welt known to rfaavr Ontarlaba, My
-. t.rtli 'Inr " ' wl,
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in dav furlnnirli ni"l
"Wh.-ro Ho You Live?" K - reache! B.iKit in tin it torn.
onlng aarrtoa nt 7:30; atlhjoct "Peter mttMM
In thf SIiooh of Jemta.
Borvln.-M f r Sunil
10 a. m.. Sunday School Morning H a "W at
worship at 11 o'clock. Knhlrrt of ad- wan glvon
r Inn If r v Ove
WIII He Killed.
A cordial welr.-nif to nil
lit i ritr MVTNOSTON, M I
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rom the Interior today
a fall of the flra. big anow
on Star mountain near Illveralde and
Hit hills about Burna. The
0C Valley waa but lightly
HJga I'rl mIii .llimr-nn of
spent Hilda in Ontario
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Parma Water Lifter
,rdlng to the reports
u.hi' iBSbai of till' he.iii-
;ir DOantall the first to
inter. The ranch
1,11 I MM il.'pi'lrl
Hi red "liilf the Htockimn
.i .iirly In the spring
Ull Of till" IBOwfall.
A Singing Army Is a Fighting Army
HJME OK TIIK NATION'S i.KIM-
KJ4T MfSICIANH ARK NOWf
KIUHTINU IN FTWNCf:
COME IN ANO HRAIt Mil EDISON'S rUWREATION OF
Til KUt VOirEB AND THE SONfM THE BOV8 ARE 8INOINO At
THE FKONT, AT
Turner's MusicaimNews Shop
KVr linmedlntr Male.
KOK SALE Uood riding or lrlr-
Ford, rook atoT. good strain Buff lag hot, buggy and harneaa;
W N BROWN.
Phone 9-K. otunrlo
I.UST llron hloiK muff
dav. I'hone JsR
at an da of kaes ami some comb honey,
Ilia for J5c. I J. DUKSON
Mrs flcorgc K Aiken was hostes
latariay t n laaehoon ami kaltUas
party Fifteen guests spent the af
ternoon In Bed (Toss work.
M. E. Newton, formerly of On
tario, now of Portland, spent Mon
dar here en route home from' l.,oa
Angeles and San Franlsco.
The Tuoeday Bridge Club met thla
weak at the home cf Mra. Jacob
Printing. Mra. Pt B. Kenyon and
Mra. H. C. Whitworth came oyer
from Welaer to attend.
Pa. H. C. Powell, itre'-al mission
ary of tha Eplecopel ih-irch In the
(ilstrlct of Eastern Oregoa will hold
aeVTtaa In Maaonlr ha'l i.eat Sunc'ay
at IS and 10:45 a. m. All are cor-
Mr and Mra. I.. B. Cm krum reach-
I ail Oatarlo today from aroma where
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mr. i ocBrmn is inrniwi i uw -
I vision muaterlng office which In-
Icludea the rejected department. Ufa
at Caaap Iewla la "floe" declaree Mr.
'-..M..M Mmm PAAbflim Im I I , 1 .1 w at
i Huponl while her huaband la ata-
linned at American Ijike.
FIGHT OB PAY!
FOR SI.K I7IMI r.-ldtn. - In
Ontario for $490. Terms Iniiuln
Argus. 7tfKI.S Adv
Big Bend. Owyhee and Kingman
Kolony are to hold a spelling bee (or
the benefit or the auxiliary Friday
Notice la hereby given that "The
Parma Water Lifter." of Parma.
Idaho, la dolag Ita "Bit" to win thla
war. In that It la seeking to help
you pump more water with leas pow
er, to irrigate more land, t oralaeJ
more wheat, rom. barley, oata, pota
toes, to make mora flour, to feed
more men. To win thla war, to es
tablish democracy, reatore freedom,
aafety, and make happy homes; to
drive oat the deepollera. to reatore
to tha world a very great and laat
Let us ahow yon how to do thla
bit. A poet card will gat you the
For further particulate, concern
lag thla deed of good will toward
The Parma Water Lifter Co.
Save and stick; that is,
save two bit pieces tor
X MARCH A WAR STAMP COSTS ONLY 1414 AND 18
WORTH ON ON JANUARY 1ST. lift, 15.00. MAKING THE IN
VESTOR A BETTER RATE THAN 18 T I EL DEO BY SOME OTH
ER FORM8 OF INVESTMENT. 0
UNCLE SAM MUST HAVE BOTH FIOHTBR8 AND PAYERS
AND EVERYBODY MUST HELP AOATNBT THE COMMON ENE-
SAVE TOUR CHANGE; STOCK IT -INTO 8TAMPS THAT
WILL STICK TO YOU AND SAVE FOR YOU.
THRIFT AND WAR STAMPS ON SALE AT
WAS. W.S.S. I
mm STOCK AUCTION
EVER HELD IN THIS SECTION
Carter Barns, Ontario, Sat, March. 9
,at i - ! !
207 Thorobred and Registered Stock Cows 207
37 Horses, including Work Horses and Riders 37
2 Fine Registered Bulls 7 Fine Milch Cows
Great opportunity for stock men to improve their herds. These animals are exceptionally high grade 175 of
these animals were raised by Charles Becker, whose high class stock is well known. All animals listed below
have been entered" for sale and others will be listed before date of sale.
80 Head Cows; 2 to 8 years
25 Head Cows and Calves
20 Head Steers past 2 years old
50 Head Steers and Heifers, yearlings
25 Head Mixed Cattle, all ages and colors
1 Seven-year Aberdeen Angus Bull; registered papers
go with bull.
1 Two-year Red Durham Bull; registered; papers go
7 Milch Cows, 2 to 8 years old.
7 Mares, coming :i. halter broke.
:i Geldings, obnung :i. halter broke.
4 Geldings, coming I, halter broke and worked.
I Mare, coming 4, halter broke and worked
All Belgian stock, one-half Mood or better.
5 Mares, 5 to S years, halter broke. All broke to saddle and
some to farm work; weights run ironi 1100 to 1500.
5 Cad ol Ntdde Horsm I to (J years old; well broke.
9 Head Broke Saddlers, U. 8, standard 6tufl
MILLER & DICKENS
ONTARIO SALES CO.
wnvmn & l LAMENT, Managers