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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1918)
OWTAJUO AftOUft OWTAIUO OREC-OS, THVRRD.tY, AUG. t, !.
TUB RKXAM- fvTORF,
IMIONK NO. a
The Money Store
A modern hunk In h great deal like a
general More In some reaped Its
Una are varied. It caters to every
body and every lino of hunlm
We have something lliat everybody
wants. Wn do not wrap our good In
packages MM wo deliver them Just the
Biiine. We do not refer to mmii'v
alone, although that Is our principal
atock In trade. We run render ROM
i rvlco in everybody Whether It li
financing n huge manufacturing
flu Of loaning Johnnie enough mon
ey tn Iniv n calf. we an' MM to deliver
the goods We urge mi to mine In
and look over our lines. We can serve
First National Bank
Your Crops--You Can
Not Afford to
In iiu miic of leveral i tha betl
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The Cost Is Small
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( "on t irnifii from page three)
Elttle Kathleen I
ned rtalu .la ti I'.m it tftei imni
Ing the oek mmiuh uh in t ll
M1H 1110111 FtUgtM
Miss i.i-iiuii- Thornton realgm I
her poaltion at the law utile, ot'
Brooke aV Uallaglier the flral ot the
week and haa .since returned i
hone beyond I'uyetti II. i rnall
Uod raute aa the reault of lllueae.
Mr H I. Ross aud dan
Mil lor;, .iiid Helen left TucmUi
uiKht fur their home In Raker after
idlug the week previou ut MM
John Hi rvin home
l aud Mra. Witlia aud children
r. i in ned to Holae In their car Hun
da eseuiug alter spending aewral
J days visiting with Mr and Mra. I
are generally two story. Pigs ai
lire In part nf the HtRIM making It i
very undesirable" place to live
door open from parlor to cow barn,
wry convenient I must say.
They use DM Tor doing their farm
work. They ant the Spanish way to
yoke them together. A eruel way. for
Instead of yoking 'he neck, they yoke
'he liorna. They are the pennant
claaa and know no hen. i
The French seem to think a great
deal of the Americans, especially the
French soldier There Is a fellowahlp
between American and Frencr sold
ier that la horn In them, no put on
about it You often see French and
Americana walking together; they
may not be able to talk mm bnl m
an nee a friendly spirit toward each
other You i an hoslDI and
playing games together, fighting aide
by aide In the trenches, and aharln
sorrow, Joys ami e'garcttes etc Th- y
are loyal fighters, frelnda and con
nub". The French people ban
fli.it do not appeal to a real Xmerlcan
but we must overlook them for they
have been raised dirferenl I would
like to walk Into lite church for the
services tonight at Ontario I often
tblnl. of the good meetings and good
meeting etaol etaol ahrdl vhgkq vbb
meetings, and good frleml
there every Sunday The little church
will alwaya be a dear place to me It
Is with pleasure that I think of the
good heart to heart meetings I have
Inol I part In
I found some fine people In McMInn
vllle, while I waa there last fall Thv
T) kind to m I only spent
i".. months there. One Frldav a com-
inn that had hbe formed from Mr
Minnvllle cam home to parade on Ifcg
It was too nun h un uie I
hud to go to The net! morning be
fore the suuw sn Dp I v .1 . on ui era)
to Portland to enlist Very few know
1 waa going I Just disappeared. To
day finds ggg some where In France at
I am glad I enlisted I do not want
to go home until these lllirU lllleil
brutea are whipped forever and thl
country and America made a safe
place for women and little children ...
lie From all reporta we get. the
Germans are oalng now, while lit
allies are growing stronger.
I have met aome iitii the hoya who
same over last winter They put In 1
hard winter, hut are in fine spirit.
They are men worthy of being proud
of The Yankee are great .tn.iil.
fighters and do not know retreat
Tin' Hermann are finding thin out
:ire whipped on every aid.-
I would Hike to see my little
brother and Kinma Kenton 'a wit
wrote nit' that John and Harold win
baptised It made me neraly cry for
Joy. I could aee the little Muck -headed
fellows going down int. the
wiit.r to m. baptized I'll he 1 1 I
when I .mi be -Itb them again I
feel that when I get home. If my
maker seen fit that I should return.
I li.tt I ' i' iniiti Ml
be more able in be Inst what I ought
to be. and set a better example Tor th
Tell brother Rloni I would he glnd
to get a letter from him, although I
hare never met him, I feel that I
would like htm
I hear from Brother Maker on en
He Is getting along fine
Well, good-bye for today Hest
wishes 10 g1 Write soon
I'VT. THOMAS ( JOHNSON,
to I.. 23 Kng. 4th Rn . A I t
Wa Seen at Rbelois.
Vdilcc from friend 1 onn ml the
newt to members of the Hlarkaby
I Il that William lllackahy w.i
among a nuii'i" I Ol 11crlcuns at the
ruinous city of Ithelmn Whether he
is atatloned there or waa merely
passing thru Is not known for In a
letter he wrote about that (line young
lllacknh) did not mention where he
In a recent field meet In Frame
young lllackahy took purl In number-
mis eventn winning pliicen In five of
I hem and waa awarded firm place ea
the heat all-round athlete competing.
Ills oreota were the hoard, am1 high
jump, pole vault and sprints
Ha Traveled Over Kraiici-.
Wllmer Itoyer who waa one r th
first of the Ontario men to reach lln
fighting zone, recently wrote that he
hud traveled over a large section of
liieoou'tr. Mol area enjoying hlm-etr
Itn men ael
Reii'tillt M.nle IgeaaajHtt,
fiarl Hull, who Is now lo.ateil tl
t':inii Trnvla. Texas, whole his rela-
tlvea here this week that he li.nl
been promoted to the noil inlii ralk
of nergeaul Since he has been III III
service but a short lime hi- tili'iot"
arc elated over his advancement.
cluia of bo 1 Una points
make "Red CrowfiM
dependable No "mul
ture" can give thai
tame Mtiafactorv re
tultt. Look for th
Red Crown aign bat
fore you fill.
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Harry Hi own. who enlisted lust
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In Ontario Sun.I.iy on a .'10 days'
furlough He left Monday for the in
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Mra. K. A Hrown. and will iviuin to
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My lac at Itirh Klotri.
Maddux who to far Is th ly
Ontario hoy to be assigned to act nut
flying service, is completing his train
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Mr. and Mrs. II c aw,
1 111 11. ! from Jin ,ill.' Idaho wljcie
Mr Kariui 1 ha t.-.l .. hand ol
during the aummer Mrs Farmer
spent the last six weeks at the camn
and came out over the trail with her
husband Mr Farmer reported ti,.,i
thy lambs in the hand win- o, J
almost tup prices to the Hunt sheep
company aud that they will be win
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I'iu Valley waa filled with aheap
this summer aald Mr Farmer
There were 160 bands there, this aea-
aon. or double that of last year Whan
he left the valley Know was plentiful
on Hie hills and reached the camp
many times The change from aeml
winter to inid-sumuier temperature
made no hit with him
Having decided to move from On
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