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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1918)
THB OCTAJUO AROCB, ONTARIO, OR., THURSDAY, BKTTKMBn IS, 114
TUB HBXAIX HTORR
The Money Store
A modern bank la a great deal like a
central store In aome reepecta. Ita
lines are varied. It caters to every
body and every line of buatneaa.
We have eomethlng that everybody
wanta. We do not wrap our goods In
packages but we deliver them Just the
same. We do not refer to money
alone, although that la our principal
atock In trade We can render aome
service to everybody. Whether It is
financing a huge manufacturing con
cern or loaning Johnnie enough mon
ey to buy a calf, we are here to deliver
the goods. We urge you to come In
and look over our line. We can aerve
First National Bank
Tv Br Hhovm at Dreamland Theatre
October llth 1. W. Orlffltb'a
Supreme Triumph, "Hearts
of the World."
. . VOTE FOR . .
E. H. TEST
An Economical Business
Administration of County
Good Roads diid a Square Deal
"Heart's of the World," the su
preme triumph of D. W. Griffith, to
be presented at the Dreamland on
Saturday matinee and night. October
6th, Inaugurates a new era In the
realms of the screen drama Here
with the great war aa a background.
Mr. Griffith has filmed a simple little
love story, old aa the agea yet ever
new. "Hearts of the World" has
proven the lateat sensation in the
screen world. Mr. Griffith realised
that the public which became enthus
iastic over "The Birth of a Nation"
and "Intolerance" would expert
something hlg from him In this latest
picture, ami therefore Inatead of try
ing to outdo himself In staging gigan
tic battle scenes, he used the Qreat
War only ss a background for the
filming of a simple and attractive
atory of tremendous human Interest.
"Hearts or the World" ahawa the
happy, peaceful life of the people of a
small village before the grim horror
war reared Its ugly head ovar the
horlton. The causes that led up to
war are shown; the meeting of the
English Parliament ou tha eventful
Bight when the vote waa east for war;
tha seaslon of the French senate vot
ing upon the Declaration or War, the
seaalon ot tha cabinet awaiting the
fatal hour when the' ultimatum sent
to Germany would eiplre: These
scenes coma as a prelude; thon the
great drama begins when the German
hordes enter France.
In taking the battle pictures for
"Hearts or the World." Mr. Griffith
had the assistance and co-operation
of the lirltlsli War Office. It Is the
opinion of all who have seen "Hearts
or the World." that Mr Grirtlth Iimm
SHARE OUR SUGAR
WITH THE ALLIES
British Get Two Pounds a Month.
French Pound and Half,
Italians One Pound.
GERMAN SUPPLY PLENTIFUL
All Natlena Permit Uee ef Sweetening
fer Home Preserving Purposes.
America's new sugar ration ef two
pounds a month per person la quits
hie when compared with the auger ra
tion enforced by rigid governmental
order In England, V 'ranee and Italy, na
tions with which we are aharlng sugar.
Each Allied nation In the matter of
sugar consumption Is sharing on near
est possible equal terms the hardships
Imposed by greatly altered conditions
In the world sugar situation.
Formerly classed aa a luxury, sugar
is now a war time eseciitlul. The fair
and Just division of this essential la
In the hands of the varluua Allied
The Called States Food Administra
tion haa asked this nation to observe
a voluntary augar ration of tare
pounds per persou a month.
In the other countries at wr with
Germany augar Is ons of the scarce
articles on every menu whether In
the households of both rich and poor.
or la the lintels
England today has a augar radon
of two pounds per mouth per person
In France the ration la a pound and
half and In Italy It la one pound
mouth. And the prices In silled rotin
tries are from two la three times as
high aa la America.
If you go to a hotel la Eugtaad ar !
France theae days aad order tea or
coffee they aerve absolutely no augar i
with It If you want augar you must
bring It with you.
In Englsnd It Is allowable te aae
one-seventh or an ounce or sugar In
the preperatlou or each luucht-oa. In
France many persona carry little sac
charine tablets it out with them fur
uae In hotela and In England rich and
poor must lake their sugar with tbam
School Books and School
Supplies for All the Children
THIS IS SCHOOL BOOK TIME. Oct
the boy or girl started to Mhool proper
ly equipped. They cannot do their
work without equipment. The betttf
they are equipped the better results
they will obtain.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES ARE CASH
DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT.
Stl I Text Hooks for All Unities, lYn-
t-ils, Tahltts, Fans, Ink, Rolen, Krnsers,
Note Hooks anil Rvtf thing lor School.
0. G. LUEHRS'
If they wish to have sweetened tea
outdone his own beat achievement,, ' wh"' ,r""'ta-
and haa established a now artistic
record which It will take yaara and
years for sum Mine else to equal. If In
deed such a thing Is posibie.
The performances start prompt iv
at 1 and II p m. and last three full
hours The company's own grand
symphony orchestra accompanlaa the
attraction children under six will
not be admitted and the prices for
the matinee are See, 60c and 76c, and
at night f 1.00 each.
MKTHODIMT KPIKt ! VI. t HI lit 11
It means full-powered,
high -quality gasoline,
every drop I Be sura it'g
Red Crown before you fill.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
These ara economical days and ao
tha Kord Car become a more Intense
neoeaaity to you evary day by reoson
i of the universal service the Kord sup-
pllea every day It haa become a large
J part la the "business of living " It
i Is a daily economy. Yon have the
ill choke of a variety of bod lee, from
: the snappy runabout to tha de lute
KlttUK HAVaBa. ataaavger.
Ha ax Lay Hervtre.
10 a. m , Hundiiy school
11 a in, preaching. "The I'uw.h.I
7:16 p in., meet lug for yuung p.to
R p. m , Preaching. "Taste and
We aim to make each service help
ful and Inspiring Come and gfor-
shlp with us We all need the help
theaa services afford In our struggle
fur (I nil and truth
WM J I.ISi oMHK. I'hm
Kllll SAI.K 0 aV Separator m
good condition Inquire here. St
LOST On band bag, made of pig
skin, between Ontario and the K .
a. li ranch Kinder leave at Aru-
offlce for 12. GO reward. Adv
MUM H I OK I'l lll.lt ITIOV
Department of the Interior, I
Land Office at Vale. Oregon. Keplem
bar lath. 1118 Notice Is
given that W. Abhie Webb, of Wslsei.
Idaho, who, on October 12th. I '
made Homestead ssSeTJ M
forriWV.NW'4 Hoc. 3.'
NvV Watt's. LoU I, 4, and Btf
section i 31, Township It
Kangei Kast, Wills.
haa filed notice of In i un
Klual Three Year Prci
claim to the land I
before Heg inter and I' liver, I
latud Off let, at Vale, Oregon ox i .
22nd day of October III I
Claimant name aa witnesses:
Robert Haney, Oeorge Herpei .
both of .Ontario. Orsgou, Henry crow.
Of Welaar .Idaho, Hryiuiu Kite ot
Payette. Idaho THOb. JON KB.
Klrat Pup. neat It.
Before the war started Prance had
638,0X10 acrea devoted to sugar produc
tion. By 1117 the Kreuch sugar acre
age had decreaeed to 180,000 acres.
Today the Trench man or woman with a
sugar card haa no aaaurance whatever
that he or alia will be able to actually
boy sugar. To buy It. one must Aral
Italy Haa "Stats Sugar.'
gpecially drastic regulations govern
the use of sugar In Italy. Ha mm.
facture. distribution and aale are close
ly controlled, and In part actually
taken over by the atate.
Saccharine la permitted to be Bold
and used as a auhstltute for augar and
the government msuufsctures u mix
ture of saccharine mid sugar culled
"Slate 8ugur." which is largely used.
Oerman 8ug.r Ration Adaquate.
Oermuii). before Hie erar, produced
a great surplus of sugar i.ml egportt 'I
large itiutilitiea Today the QoVsMna
have virtually gone out of tin, ggjgsNI
business, hut luive plenty of BjsMB
sugur for home use.
li..li-nle prices prevul, lit In the
Allied nations. aceortUag to inf. .mm
II. .li reccltcd l. the lulled Mules
Pood Administration are us follows
Kii.'land. lo rcnis ., I. I'run.i.
13 cents; Ital) '.It cents.
While theae prices are bgfag
paM ahrnuil the Aimnciiu vlmleaule
price is being held at 7ft tenia.
The Worltfe Holidays.
According m ataUetica draw up by
Jie tluuruiily Trust compuuy of New
York, during the present yeur tin
uie only eighty four dajrg M which
beaks mc ..pen . v.-i j where In I lie
v.uld. On every one of the other 'JMl
dnya some nation aomewherr will I,.'
Muting u civil or religious lioil
,luy, or oluicrvlln,' the Suhbath. Only"
i.i.e of tin , Imliilnys is universal.
1 Ins Is Nt-M Ycur'.s day, mid elevou
-.Hi (In ten nre olifo-rMi by uri-
lltlS Colllitric- lis I III' Ipi I H
lli ,ii one daring the
conn I He do I x
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We spetlallze on I'uuips and
our I'rlis Are Itlglil.
MA8SDEN MACHINE SHOP
McNirltv & Co.
Happiness of Olden Days.
In the na- grata Uua.;e i,a,il
'In the Slrnmi mil-:.- , .is mic uf the
,reut pastimes ,i the people ol initiy
1 i.glaiu. Those were 'he II i
II H4-ss 1.11.1 her .MUfcll si.e-
i seal - i In , uieru was heard In ev
ul.ers shep: "O,. Into s br-
her'g anyahere, no matter in whut dis
trict, and It is ten lo oue y,m will hear
the sounds either of n ft. Idle or a gid
lar, at aae the Instruments hanging
up sotaiiahsii." The baraers or tbetr
aMaraatlcaa ware the perferuters: "If
taW. tbay pass raeu- tiane n life
ajbgsag laualc." Mo wrltee a
The Buglic .uu
.ns all Ike I ! the Kcput
Thl Oregon ;gV;c;ltural couxge
l. i. i l . d Moos i
hlirn. .! country for egcellciiic in
aiiiiiaiy traiaing) lu Ike ull The College it
iutninuuiid i. . . .ary lattructiaa, but
Ull .-. UIIID also
lu stfoilg iiulu lei fi.l mm tad io v.. luce:
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sesl- . -i-s. fks.aieo. .J
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BUkdrnte esn.llrd L,i year, ,!liun M it taresM lags, lJ,
ovn fwty DsaaaM grpreariit
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