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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1918)
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PHONK NO. 9
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cessories and supplies of all kinds for
Gasoline, Oils and Lubricants.
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OVER THE TOP
AND WIN, is our motto. Every
American must do not merely his
"bit" but do his best; the people of the
freest and greatest nation of the world
must with their money, food and fight
ers, confer freedom on the balance of
the nations by giving them liberty.
If you cannot buy a
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Every man who owns a Nash Six belongs to the
Satisfied Auto Owners Club. He secures his
membership because he knows that he is driving
the best car at the price. For it has class in opera
tion ,in style and performance.
GET A NASH SIX
FOR SATISFACTION'S SAKE, and
A NASH TRUCK
FOR BUSINESS EFFICIENCY
Mala r aa4 ttarey OnmIk 1b OHfta, Payette Co., Idatbo
Liberty Bend, buy
,l'l MPI.VO STATION IN
nund from First Pace.)
X freely for Irrigation at the lowest
' passible rate which will provide
mean for paying for expense, Inter
Ml on bond and yet provide a wink
ing fund for the retirement nf the lr.-
aue. No declalon was reached on (In-
Pa Hewer Ordlimnce.
The ordinance for the Kaatnllo
aewer wai up for Its third reading
and passed. The question of Bf
of the an ei men t by some of the loti
waa eonaldered and their failure to
do ao waa conceded. The Council,
however, took the position that In.
people on the Kaetfttde who live
thore are entitled to health prolec
tlon; that they voted for the water
bond with the understanding that
they were to have sewerage; and
that their right are paramount to
that of person holding proper! v f
An InveHtlgallon waa ordered in
the matter of a aewer from the On
tario hotel nouth The present
aewer waa built and paid for by the
property owners but has lieon found
defective and has been a constant
source of trouble.
The ordlnanoe for the ptirrhaae of
the Ontario Water System waa passed
on It third reading.
Just before the meeting adjourn ed
Fire Chief Ixmls Kroessln. Jr., naked
the Council to conalder the need for
a fire truck and declared that a
truck equipped could be had for ap
proximately 11.400 Mayor Human
fnllewed the fire chief by declaring
that with (he new water system anil
additional fire department equip
ment he waa certain that a reduction
could be secured from the rating bu
reau which would more than pay for
the truck In one year.
CHIME OK ARMENIA
i It IK.I l TO KAISEK
Continued from First Page)
Were In Kaiser's Way.
'That the murder of the Arm.
nlaua was planned by the Kalaer bj
evident by the methods employed.
The Turk at flrat refused, but be
cause of their democratic principle.
and life the Armenian! stood between
the Kalaer and the realization of his
acheme of aa empire stretching from
Hamburg to the I'eralau gulf So
long aa they occupied the position
they did In the Turkish empire, rc
long would th Kaiser's plans fall.
Ho he ordered their extermination
and Turkey waa the weapon used for
"for every drop of Armeulan
blood soaking Turkish soil the
Kalaer Is reaponalble. Turkey I
craxy. II la poaaead of demun, and
the Devil Is Kalaer Wllhelm II of
miiiiM). Jul) 7
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W.'.lio mU July 10.
"Kl sHOOTKK AWa,
I. on Mix
IliunsUj. July II.
llaJKl aad thnlirsttra.
l-'rula) aad Haturda), Jul) II and 1J
Hi 111 fit KK'KIl
"ROaUSU'K OK THE KKUU'tXHM
Waa Oxagaad) ills ji. i,i i-, Joa'lthe distinciiou of
Mtrojr Hint power Ik (ha firm
duly of clvlll,a,ln I. I. v,.. Ne.
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'" era mui ngnt Ihe good
fight. Likewise we Imve H second
duty. That la to he good Hamarllnn.-.
We muat feed the hungry tHrlim
WtlBM of the Kalwer and Sultan.
"This war, we mint understand Ik
a war between autneracv uinl ileim..
It la a war uf necessity. II
waa forced upon us. Mod helping u
we will win
"There" are 2.000,000 Armenian-.
and Syrian still living. Every one
of these Is either a widow or an or
phan, made ao by Germany. Amm
lea la the only nation that can save
theae atarvlng people from death
The speaker here diverted to tell
of the manner in which the depopulu-
tiona were rarrled on. How the
wholesale murder or men and women
was committed A onalderatlou DN
the character of the audience, he de
clared, would not permit telling the
details of some of the atroclllex
Mr. Handsaker followed Dr. I'spit
xlan to tell of (he organlxed effort in
Oregon to care for It share of the
work, and Uev Livingston waa an
nounced as chairman of the locil
committee. Mayor W F. llomau
presided and Introduced the speakers
Bt'Y W 8.8.
John Puaor of Payette left Hatur
day after a twenty days' slay In (he
hospital due to a serious operation he
underwent some tlhie ago.
Mra. Kurhy Nally and Infanl son
(let Friday fur (heir home at Harper.
Mrs. W. 8. Parke left for her home
In Vale Thursday.
Mra. D. H. Hoke of Ontario left
Saturday after having made a iiin k
recovery from (he operation he had
undergone the' week before.
1. title Lamar Holllnger left Thurs
day after an operation for (he removal
of ton i and adenoids.
Mra. r. Jones waa discharged Sun
day after several days of serious III
Mre.O. Smith and baby sou left laM '
weak for their home in Ontario
Ed Oakaa of Welser waa operated
on last Thursday but la getting along
I. Idle Jack Snyder had hi ton. II
and adenoids removed laal Thursday
and left the next day for hi home at
LKtle Mias Constance
one ol (lie mastoid c
Kiilii. I at mi Ontario was operated
RED CROSS NOTES
allotmenl for (he knitted
for the time between April Id
and July 10 saa uouiplotttd Wodnea
da) afternoon and a few pair of
Kock were l.-ri over to start tha new
Hlloluieui The allotment finished
i outdated of 846 paira of sock. The
yarn for the large allotmenl uas not
arried yel but la expected almost
any day aa the Invoice came a few
days ago. This will consist of 1 10 lb
of sweater yarn and of 100 lb of
arn, Ihe loUl value of which
amount to $S6I 50
Twelve now members were added
to the lied Cros Chapter during tin
iiioiiUi of June Following is the
xta'euienl g Hi.- money received dut
ing tha month.
W W Ist -. . u $ in p.,
F. M. Page iu no
MrC E Kalb I no
Mrs Florem e 'un Hke (for
of panalaat. 2 :i
Mr Dunn (tale of noodles.)
Big Bend Bran, h tor supplier
Mra. Rosa Borvln
Mlaa Amy Whipple (.00
Nyasa Branch for supplies 102 II
Big Bend for supplies 60.65
The Ontario Ked Cross Chipi. i
havliiK had the
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.i i- m ii wuritrnnnis. itni Tln.ri
i " "III" Ml Joanne Avis Johnston
old. attend -.1 I
llh her mother Mr Johnaton of
the IIIr Itend Chapter.
Knitters are In griHl ilimniul Mt
the Rod Cross workroom unit all who
can knit are asked to register hi the I
rooms for work on (lie new allotment
which must be completed before the
flrat week In SeptcinLci I hone who
(Hunot knit hut have the t. pj
learn will also be welcomed
BUY v 4 ft
local ;and personal
Mra. E. C. Van Potlen waa called
east by the sudden death of her moth
er the last of the weak.
Conductor and Mrs. Plnney have
received word from (heir eon who la'
mi mo army oi ins tare arrival In
was an Ontario
visitor tn Nampa
Mlaa Charlotte Clageti returned
laal week from Vale after 4 week
pent there visiting and attending
Mr. aad Mra. Bart Priest aad chil
dren left the flrat of the week to
visit with frlenda at the K. 8 I),
ranch, where (hey will spend (Id
Another merry picnic party to
day consisted of Mlaaes IjiVlne Bmtth,
Kuby Fenwlok. Frieda Jlmuerson ot
Payette, and Miss Cupp of Welaer.and
Messrs Howland.Bmlth. Lambert and
Word haa been received hero by
friend of (he birth of a baby boy to
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Miller of Val
lejo. California, born June It . Mr.
aad Mra. Miller formerly resided In
Word has bora reoalved from Mra.
W. W Hliitop who left last woak for
Camp lewla but stopped on Hie way
to vlait with friend In Portland, that
aha Is much bettor now and hopes to
hTe m"d"' complete recovery bo-
fore her return to Ontario
Mayor aad Mra W F llouiaa, and
children, Councilman and Mr W W
Laiaoa, Mr. and Mra. B. M. Orelg and
L. C. Kelaey were (he members of
another of Ihe Fourth of July picnic
partlea who spent the day on Mann'a
Croak above Welser
Mr aud Mrs. 8 l Honuaa aad
ohlldren.Dr. aad Mrs 1 1 II Whltuey
ami Uev aud Mr. Herbert l.lvlngalon
aud daughter apeiK the Fourth on a
picnic In upper Idaho
Bl'V W 8.8.
i si run PKEMii rim n cm m n
Male Kehoat, 1 a, m
Moriiiug Sermon ill II I. Ill
Kveiiing I it h in p ni
- Hi V W eV8
Penleeoalal Chun 1 1 of Hie NatafOaa,
Boy. H. I.. Klourera. D.H., Pa.n.r
Order of Her h . -.
Sunday school 10 a. u.
Preaching 1 1 a. m
Peoples Mooting 7.1C p. m
Prayer meeting Thura 7 6p.m
You are woloome to theae aarrlrei
CATHOIJC tmHIU OK THE
1:30 a. ni , jow Maaa
10:10 a. m.. High Maas
lie t in.. (-'. hum in i the hol
Ml I IIOIlls I I HI III II
10.00 a in Bunds) (School
11:00 a at . church
1:30 p m.. Evening service
Uev Earl Himaa. I'aator
HIJY W rf.tt
10 00 a.m. 8uada) Bcbool
11.00 am. Church
7 15 B.BJ f D
0.30 p.m Evenlug service
With (he American Forres on tha
Marne Excessive movements Of
troops and materials north of chateau
Thierry, together with the Itercaaed
artillery and aerial activity, form the
bail of the belief that American,
forcea In this locality may be called
upon to defend themselves shortly.
For days the Americana have bean
expecting the enemy, stung by the da
Teat administered recently here, would
make a vigorous assault It was partly
for this reason Ihe American opera
tions In the Relleu sector were carried
out. With theae operations completed,
the Americana now have the country
for several miles in front of them un
der (heir eyes and guns When (he
expected blow comes thay will he (hat
,,, ,,. pr.ptr)d , m,
The American troops sre prepared
' and the Hermans will get a warm re-
eeptlnn If they try what the situation
infratnn they have In mind. Tha
vmerlcans say (hat no mat(ar where
(he enemy strikes he la bound to pay
dearly for his effort and (he bigger
Ihe target the belter they will Ilka It
BRIEF NEWS OF THE WAR
Am Orleans took 40 prisoners In sur
prise ralda northwest of Moatdldter,
In the Cantlgay region
Between 60.000 and 00.000 Auatrlaaa
ware killed la the battle of the Plave.
accordiag to an official dispalrh from
The Hungarian premier in a state
ment said casualties on (he Itallaa
final In recent battles totalled about
II5.0O0 men -
, During last week American sctlvi
ties In France have been local in char
acter, but official reports show (hat
the Americana at alt Hanea and places
have mora thaa held their own
Forty-nine Herman alrplanea ware '
brought down b British and French
airplane squadrons in one day laat
week, according in die official aa
aouncamnaU of the respective war
Miacklng Ihe Austro Hungarian
lines oa (ha Aalago plateau. Ihe Ital
ians have taken Moat 1)1 Valhalla,
raptured more than mm prisoners and
have bald It against repeated couater
Repulse of vloleal German attacks
waat of Soiaaons aud south est of
M helms, successful British. I'rench
and American raid aud cnashlcrsble
arllller) acdvjty In varloua sei or
was reported la tha British and French
60 Probably DsaO in lewa Disaster.
Bioux City, lows Ihe car Huff
building. Fourth and Douglas streets,
a three story structure, collapaed and
many person were burled In (ho
nun Fire broke out in the debris.
The building was being remodeled.
I Im loll of the disaster may reach 10.
It la probable several persons were
incinerated, Judging from
OOdlUoa of most of th hoilles re
covered. Telegraph Strike Called for July 8.
Chicago s I Konenkamp, preal
dent of H. . ratihert'
union of Vue-riia. announced (hat ha
had Issued 4 call for a Htrlke of the
member of the union employed by
Ihe Weai-rn I'nion coniiauy. effective
at 7 a ni eastern time, Monday, July
Turks Aaked to Bsplain.
Waablnvioii The United Btataa
government has formally presented to
the Turkish goverument (he report
that Turkish troops attacked aad Back
ed aa American hospital al Tabrls
Persia aad sailed the American coa
aula(e there, with a request for aa
Unifuty Makea July 4 Haliday.
Montevideo. Itruguay. Uruguay haa
made July 4 a permanent national
holiday in honor of the United State.
BUI w I
Mr. and Mrs Claude Haines and
Mrs llalaea' Fullor W lilulon.
and Mra. Stella McGregor and chll I
ran wore Ontario vittor. (or awhile
at Arcadia lao oftaraaoa of the