The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, August 15, 1918, Page 6, Image 6

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DK8. PRINZING. WEB8E
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OFFICE HOURS:
to 12 and 2 to 6.
Office OTr First National Bank.
Telephone No IS J. Ontario. Ora.
fl. W. Q. HOWE
DENTIST
fllson Bldg.
'eJQeat
Test
of gasoline la in it bofl
if pointa. In "Red Crown"
they form a continuout,
uniform chain, . giving
eaajr etarting, quick accel
eration, power and mile
age. Look for the Red
Crown aign before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Chlotoi)
Raa. 1171
NUMTtt,
PRESS
BAOOAOE AND
JOHN LAND1N0HAM
liSil
Sr,.
EX-
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GERMAN LINE IS ALLIES STRIKE
OVER OURCO RIVER; ON NEW FRONT
Fere-en-Tardenois, Big German
Supply Base, It Taken
By Allies.
O I '. II II I T T 1 N f 1 H A M
Truck Transfer
e) Pboae 167 M
ZOL$
7ie Gasoline
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ONTARIO I.Al'MMV
DOWNTOWN OKI'ICK
l.l KllltH DRL'O HTOKK
I have I ha exclusive agency (or the
only practical foul (Ml llurner attach
ment bbbsMBM iiu.-.l to date. It In
made lijr Hi Wuniltr tlurnrr Mfg 'o .
ColumliuM. Ohio, i.n.l will fit any kind
of a stove and ell for $1 r.O i
prate, consumes X Vi cent a worth ot
coal oil per hour --cheapest fuel
4MOWII. .'liinlnstes all work iteeee
aary with other fuel, over mo now In
Jefferson County Have nsed one In
my place of husluess now I months
I will be in oiir town tn di-i
atrate and sell humors and territory
la about 3 Odaya.
To the Public.
"I Just want to say that we keep -
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic aad
Diarrhoea Kemedy on hand all the
t Inn, and find It excellent for bowel
trouble," writes Mrs II r OOOk. An
derson, Itnl
fATTI.K IMI MHKKP Milt Mil
Twelve lieuil of entile, 1 black con.
II yeara old, 3 red cow. 3 yenra old;
three roan heifers will he fresh bj
February and one Shorthorn bull,.'.
' Ichlhs, about year old. and four
calves, one weened, others feed In k
and also one Ualloway Cream Separ
ator In Reed condition II BUM
offerlna. 12 cattle and the separato
for $(00 00, also 110 bead of ln-..
for 110 par head; 10 bead of sg.-.l
ewaa, balance I and 3 year old "i
and lambs from February and March
lambing All this stork Is Is go.i.1 mm
.lit Inn hmulre of Walter Clement .'1
tulle- ft W of Ontario 3 2-11 t
Adv.
Ill V V 8.8 -
t'lirimii Coaattpattoa.
Perhapa you have never thought of
II, but (his disorder ta due to 1st I. of
Any ae wishing to deal with m moisture In Ihe residual mutter of the
Booner may do so by mall. Nell O
Hobaon. Madras. Oregon t Itefer
ace Madraa State Hank. I
II 11
Ill V WHS
i TM kl Ntni
food. If you will drink an abun
dance of water, eat raw fruits and
I take lots or outdoor exerclae, you muy
he able eventually to overcome It en
iireh in the n aattoo uaa the rim i
mild and gentle laxative Hti
Wl.h the American Army on the
AlaneMarne Front. The Oerman line
la again north of the Ourcq river and
Fere-enTarilcnols, the Oerman supply
base, baa been entered by French
troops. The tightening of the flanks
holds promise that the retreat will
continue.
Tin line along the greater part of
the bottom of the Holssons Kh.-ims
aallent has been pushed forward In
Met duces as much as five miles
Tin egg of the German salient to
the south and southeaat of Fere-ea-Tardenola
was ground down by the
whirl of the allied troops and dulled
to an extent that Oerman weakness
was Indicated at many points. The
first indication of this waa aeen Sat
urday, when the enemy retreated ao
rapidly that the Franco-American
troops entirely lost contact with him.
ta the battle of the woods, the stiff
eat resistance the Americana ever ex
perienced in this kind of warfare was
eiiionnieriil Franco-American troops
iuIhUiiI to contend constantly
with a rear guard action, consisting
prlii" IpaRy of machine gunners, moat
of ai , dressed In gleen BlOtblag.
bad msts In trees
Day nfier day during the flgbtiiiK
the allied troops bucked tbe Oerman
machine gun nests, using artillery and
machine guna and some gaa against
them'.
In the rear guard fighting, which
waa can id aa to penult i.r the with
drawal of the heavier German guns.
the eneni) rcsortxl to numerous trlcka.
auch aa earning inichlue guna in
atretchers when endeavoring to reach
some points under the allied fire.
When they realised that their stretch
er trick had le-en discovered, the Ger
mans resorted lo other means to de
ceive. The wounds received by the Amer
ican aoidlera have not been serious as
a rule, on account of tbe failure of
the Germans to use artillery. A great
inajarlty of the wounds ware clean
rieab wound, made by bullets from
machine gang slid (rifles.
Drive in Picardy Grows From
Front of 20 Miles to More
Than 40 Miles.
Paris. Marshal Koch has struck the
Germans on a new front and French
opinion, lay and professional, la loat
la admiration of the manner In which
the blow haa been carried out.
The prcaent maneuver on the Pi
cardy front la similar to tbe counter
offensive north of the Marne in that
It la directed toward squealing two
side of a salient.
The allied drive, begun over a
eager front of lees than 20 miles,
baa grown to a width of more than
40 miles, extending In an Irregular
Una from Albert to Vlgnemont It"
port received Hated that the fighting
hi spreading northward toward Arras
and eastward toward the Olae. Whan
It will have reached tbbae points the
battle will present a front of nearly
75 miles.
Nearly 40,000 prisoners and 700
guns have been taken by the allies In
Picardy. according lo reliable Inform
atlon here.
Extremely hitter resistance la he
lag encountered from the nermann
along the line of rhaitlnes Koye-Noy-OB.
The enc ag) Is bringing up strong
reinforcements, while the allies are
preparing tor a further advance.
The French: advanced eastward af
ter their capture of Montdldler.
The Hermans at Montdldler were
eaught between the Jaws of a vise.
Converging attacks from the north
and from the south succeeded In en
circling the town.
The Preach advance rendered use
leas to the Germana the Montdldler
Chsulnes railway which was the only
line reeding the front at the bottom
of the Montdldler pocket.
The supplies taken hi.ve been ao
large that It haa not been possible to
make an Inventor) of them aa yet.
It Includes an enormous numbar of
abell of all calibers and arms of all
description.
GERMANS RELYING
ON MACHINE GUNS
Came I.. ,.v ranrli one-f..irit. i.:.,. and harsh cathartic take too mum
u .mi of Cairo Ore u July II, on
bw fat cony, wit-i saddle sad
i. ; on Owus i hi ki ai
prying tar thi ml ami reel of keep
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water out of the sytem and make a
bad matter worse chamberlain'
Tablets are easy aad pleasant to take.
unci most agreeable In effect Olva
them a tr'ul
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Pentecostal iliurrli of the Naaareme,
Kast lde.
Hev. S. I Mower, D.D., Pater
(Hnler t Kervlce.
Sunday school Id a. m.
Preaching 11 a m
People Meeting 7.1' i ..
Prayer meeting Thur ; IsBvaV
I ai are welcome to these services
BUT W.8.8.
l in ill. i in K. II .ii TDK
Hfiaasisfn HttKAMi.Ni
1:S0 a. m , Low Maas.
"".. in . High Maaa.
!.:iu a in . CNtei IiIniii for the lion
ami girls!
Ill Y 8.8.
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OVER THE TOP
AND WIN, tur mot in.
American rmist .i inn merely his
"liit" biit do his best; the pooplfj o ihe
freest ami -freatest lUttiOD f the world
must with their money, food and flfht
.is, confer freedom on the balance of
the nations by giving them libert
If you cannot buy s Liberty Bend, buy
War Stamps.
ONTARIO NATIONAL
BANK
Rials Bel I 10 a m
Divine Wnrt-hlp, I I a in
II V I' 1 ui
!i p. m
I'm i gg Wednesday.
Rgrls. Anglo-French troops have
gained the escepdsney, Tbe line In
Picardy Ii he'd h.dldly by Infantry
I'avalry sklrmlsbers ers well In ad
vance of It. ii .1 preparing the way ror
ruither pro less.
The Gei maus are relying on machine
gnus to Mull Ihe Milled tide, not wish
lug to risk earn ui. or tin 1 r urllllny
The enemy Is deluding hlmseir with
c aerate courage wherever the poai
ikeg) sfroids mean, and the officer
sheet lag down an soldiers who
show Kiiiiptoiu of quilling.
I Ii and llrltlah light troops, pa
trola and armored cars era reported
operating far beyond tbe points men
' ihe official statements.
iniiiulry I following untlrinidy and in
siifftclent maaaea lo nuab all attempis
made by tbe euemy to counter attack.
The majority of tbe prisoners so far
lakes) are rather old. which the new
papers say shows ilmi the secondai v
.liWsluns weie holding tin Hue The
atlHir or orrtcers I very large, wlill
fully one-hall .if the guaa helm
tiermau lines have Imh-u captured.
Il.'l . llUH Hloiii, I'SHt.ir
BUY W.8.8.
MKTItolHNI III IK II
p
AMIENS OUT OF GUN RANGE
m.
Sunday School. 10 s
Preaching 1 l p in
crl Manna
I.' v S S S
..i Trout Creek
I'luiL , l.'...'L V'.llu. ........
- .H.-. w . ... U ... .. , Mil j lift II'
iiulldlug, about 160 '
acre cleared I'linoiliy and ek
grow wild all through uih.iIm Fine
for dairying, truil unci diversified
I. n u lag kg puttlug rum in creek and
Hi ng le-it.1 Iuiii one hull mil.
o.ii, I i.e Irrigated, but Irrigation 1k ii ..
lal a ail crop are ralaed with
out Price ll'.'oo Would . ..mod. r
Bab) Oruiiii ciictioici iii part pay-
UTUIK for li.cl.llu.-. .iddle
Hox (14, Jerome. Arinin.i
Ifl . U III .1 IC ... I II. I I Mill
ii the) us i our do I , d
Mi. arii , -nl i ii in .ic-
ii. in c N I'almei, l.a liraiide.
I 111
HI
IhmmI I Inline i.i l.ic laaaajesj
"1 have iouii.i t'bamberlata'i
splendid remedy for Ian
of the inn-Mies ,. mi rheumi
tic pains.'' writs Mr J. W Wallace,
Mo Mrs Wallace say fu
ther that "It la the best liniment we
have ever had lu i In- house.''
HI V W S S
Milt hli
rue room house and two lots.
Kichard.oii St Inuulre CM! at Ai
guxfftffic Ad
Gcsst Transportation Csnttr Bsafs,
Thanks to Allied Triumphs.
London Speaking at a luncheon at
Nofprt. Mduniouthshlre, ITemisr
ileorge emphaslied I
ance of the pushing back or the Qer
. uiaus In. m within guu range of tbe
AmlAti rttllwav M
Hhlred or trains used to pass
ilnough Amleus dally, ihe Premier
said, "but we were tssgperarUy d
pnved ot its use until recently, when
wu were able to emplo) N 'trains
daily. Amiens Is now aare. through
the receul allied triumphs on tbe
: Marue aad thu Somuie. which were
, due to the unit) ul . cnniuaud ."
Oerman Embassy to Quit Moscow.
Copeuhagon. The Oerman embassy
at Bscow will remove immediately
i. l'k..v c.iuK io conditions in Mo
cow, according to advice from Ber
lin Pskov Is H'i miles southwest of
Heireg
Prisoners Now M.000.
Parn.--The number of piisuuers
laksa so far lu the allied offensive g
sfsHr ' now estluiated al 30,000, in
SatamK more ihau loon officers. More
thaa SOV guns have been captured, ae
cordlas to the latest adviosa.
M nun mm I imt L
I, i I . -
Plant U
ST inch lenf
14 BVSSMM kl
It Inch, high
Big Ball Bearings;
Better Light
L ALLEY-LIGHT enxjin is
' f3qulpped ihronghout 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
so on.
We will be glad to demonstrate Lalley
Light free on your place. Call for the
owners' testimonial book.
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HUNT'S GARAGE
AGENTS
ONTARIO
OREGON
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S.Marine Corps recruits.
Join Now I
nxh ktoaCABTS
see cav
APPLY AT ANY
POST OFFICE
or
SERVICE UNDER THIS EMiLXM
faaasBsawl sTe PUCI
mtJSETw easblass
V3 29 ate
rURINU
Every Farmer Pays for a Silo
WHETHER
He Builds It Or Not
All Investigation whlrh have been made point to the tags'
thai a HII.O Is an absolute noeessltv. It bj no lunger a que.
Inline Hllltlll.r OafrWTP I nail I l.uy rill..' I. ul ii
Irli Silo hIisII I buy?"
We sell the II A M KriiMt (irool BUo, n.iiulu. tur.'.l l.v
direct to (lie rarmer. It la Hie moat economic! sljo on the mar
ket, ('all and see
AL CHANCE
and lei bin tll you why this I- the bel llu lor tlit. iii nut! y
-it
AL CHANCE
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Mauufscturera of
WISH us Sill
Karlsruhe MH by Barnes.
Aa official comgauaicatiou
iskeesl by !Lt- air laialatiy says thai
air raids hat been made oa Karl
rulie Bud that tl.rre was aa Ifjlnstes
ui (he KarlsruS aleliea.
OUR NEW
DIRECTORY
will be issurd in Auuni, ett'eotiVi M lo
change made before August I.
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NEW ritONE. AUVIriK UB A'I'im
Kvary Hall Trlapgum Lung UisUntr Station.
Malheur Home Telephone oo.