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About The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1918)
TUB ONTAB16 AMOS. CMTVARlo
PROSPECTS GOOD FOR
APPROVAL OF BONDS
II. h. xn F
Capiat laawcw Conmltlw at Washing
ton to Rernnaldaw WarmsprlnsT
Bend Hale Tomorrow Favor
able Artloa Anticipated.
H II Tunny wan recently advlaad
of the death of hi brother In rrane.
(The only detail" given were that the
young man was killed In action a a
member of the Canadian Army. In
ivlew of the fart that hli brother win
ja veterarian in the nervlce and attarh
jed to the cavalry, hit death In anion
Indicates that every unit get It chance
land that the veta go forward with
their charge. Recent report of
Friday October 6 may be a mni ,)ti,n cavalry activity make possible
orable day the upper M Iheur Tal- tn- belief that the young veterarian i
ley for o that day Ike capiul Inane WM wth the force that harassed
oommlttee In Waahlngton T) 0. wl'l tDa Hun on their retreat. Mr.
reconsider It rejection of the Warm- Tunny haa two other brother atlll In
springs bond aale. the Canadian Army.
That the oommlttee would coneent
to a rehearing In the premlee I
taken aa an Indication that with ad
dtlonal Information before It a re
vsrasl of Judgment may be expected.
Thru member of the Congressional
Obligation, especially on tbe part of
Repreeentatlve N. J. Slnnott and Ba-
ator McNary and the representations i, rimw 0 tne rf,nt closing order
of Attorney Jon Teal of Portland who on r.OBt cf the Spanish Influ
Bring thing that you don't want
to tbe Market Day aale, and take back
something yon do want. Bee Mc
Dowell about listing them.
CATMOUC CrlVRCH NOTMB
haa been on the ground urging the
action In the matter, a rehearing waa
Committees at Vale have been busy
tor some lime gathering additional
data to be presented to how that
farm labor Is aallable at this time
for the necessary work on the dam.
Bring your furniture, machinery,
horses, cattle, and hogs to the Market
BUT W SB
I'SfDAV AWfTawUfOOM FIIO
DIM USVM WHITVRY afJMS
the regular Sunday aervlee of tbe
Catholic Church will he held out of
doors Bnnday morning at 11:M a. m.
new time. Rev. H A. Campo.
FOR RBNT Folding card table
and folding chair Now In the time
for Card parties Oct them at Mc
Dowell's exchange Store.
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A small blaxe. which
was discovered In time by Mr
Jonea who lives across the street,
damaged the M H. Whitney home Inst
Sunday afternoon. The firs Is be
lieved to Marled In a waste basket
sitting near the window an In turn
set the curtain on fire, soon envelop
ing if!" -oom The timely discovery
was all that saved the house, for l)r
and Mr Whitney had left a half hour
previous for a drive with friends.
Dr. Whitney believes that ashes
from lil pipe which he waa smoking
In th room Just before he left fell Into throw
the basket and started to blaxe
damage was not great
Ha our new stock of Pyre oven
ware. McNulty A Co.
A copy of a Paris paper, rr
received here by friends of William
fortunately , RarKaby. contained accounts of a
Wni field meet In which a number of Amer
lean army units were represented
with teams. The tabulated results
of the meet gave young Blarkaby
second honors for champion nil round
athlete with first going fellow named
Catlln, who la all probabllty la the
Catlln who for years was one of
Stagg's great point winners st the
University of Chicago.
The local athlete took second In
each of the following events, high and
broad Jump, discus and hammer
Catlln taking first In each of
Don 1 forget to list your stock and
other things you hsve for aale early.
See A. L McDowell, aales manager.
Col. K. . O'Hern, erenanee chief ef
the First American field army, who
directed the big guns In the St M Intel
MAY BE EXTENSIVE
With the Allied Armies In France
and Belgium. Reliable Information re
ceived from tbe other side of tbe line
Indicate that the Oerman retreat will
rarry the enemy back many miles. If
not all th way to Oennnoy Itself
Many prisoner captured on differ ant
part of th line declare Belgium and
Kroner are In prow ef evacuation.
Detailed reports are coming In re
specting several llnea of Oerman de
feaeaa, but none of then llnea seesn
to be more than temporary.
Forty bridges have been thrown
across the Mines la the neighborhood
f Hay. southwest of Liege, aod the
are from which this Information Is
derived aays that they are In prepara
tion for the retreat of the Oerman
behind their own frontier.
The country from wrlcb the Oer
man are withdrawing offers striking
proof of Oerman brutality and deetruc
tlveneaa. Preliminary reconnaissances
la vaat stretches of recaptured lerrl
BB-nT Lsa J
We secured the agency for
Just a month ago and have had a
wonderful sale on this Brand, and
not one single complaint.
This is the most satisfactory flour
we have ever handled.
E. A. FRASER
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HE WORKS BEST WHO IS
DRESSED FOR COMFORT
You can work best, wo:k
with a will with "pep"
when you are comfortably
A man to be a man must
be properly clothed.
We are well supplied to
Stag Shirts, Mackinaws, Leather Vests,
lory show that In addition to the de-
triiiiinti of military establish meats
th. Bermaua brfur. denartlag nwifJ
I (nfeed tvery factory and all mine. In
' many houses th Germans placed
traps and In f- rnal Ba
apparsntly were deal
much for civilians aa for soldier.
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!EF NEWS r,F THE
1 the allied arm on
tvery battle hunt North, rn u-!lu.i.
la being rapidly rlear ! e: Mi
ey British and h irwi II.,
Claris have occupied hiuggt uul
jroesid ih- (lh hi iiniKM canal, and
' la their lft have reached the Dutn.
Thousands of ch Ulan hava been lib
I crated by tbe Beigtsns ami abjoacu
and mssesB of booty fell late ih i.
It is considered fjalt poaalbu- tin.
the Oermaus mill try to make saga,
laocesslve stands lu II. Ixluiu. .,
line of rrslaisnoe unobuhietlly will
umpi ise Antwerp, Brussels and Na
.n which much work is hriba
With Hi- 11. 11 1. h Army In Fi 11
Itoubslx and Turcoing Joyouah
n .1. lUerauce froaj Uh
i.. taw "f the two cliles r
wild with iimiilonal Joy. There were
Kisses, hug and hsnuahakea for every
Urn lli soldier. There waa good rea--1111
(ur HiMihsIx and Turcoing '
brate The swashbuckling Oerutaas
had gone, though they left In their
waks as n. .ch ruin aa they could dc
vi) home In ih. . Ii hsil
been sacked and things that could nor
way were destroyed.
K forced to leave th
nuans . m to t iir.-m-
lie. destroy and steal
.( t were yi. ni
'td lu H.iuho
ru took 1 In cloth
Leather Lined C
Skirts, Wool U
heep Lined Coats
durou Pants, Wool
1 everythinu' for
YOU MEN that do ' work can clothfcs h
have suits made l.y H ichaffnei & Maix,
medium priced cloth s by the Clot I I Com
fchat i stll guaranteed to be1 All Wool and Shape
Good Clot hen for Men
In r'rau.f. east of l.ille to ( ambra.
the UriMsti are pressing
spit aupr. Hi- 1 1:'" la ... 1
Ptiaa out the big anilont a
rnal as Its imiih.ru
a it south
To reduce lh l salUi.
Ualg. i'li whoee force Ami
are brigaded la dnlnK hard alou
Bfansj front lu a ui.
Ul.n is Ihiuwiug
i miana ai
Aawriij. s 111 their attempts t
a Rise and
1 mum .
'toual In Us BBJgtg and aaaaaaatsna Is
is ruled wKh tumiinrc
"l all kinds. It might be
DciikI all tbe Insane say
ad been opened and that mad
1 far? had taken delight
.il loasia are Incalculable.
Justice F. A Moore o the g
'Hurt died last month, too 1st
t name of any candidate to succeed Mat
to be planed on the hallol This con.
dllion makes it necesagry to write m
1 he name of your candidate.
J U. CAMPBELL
tF OltKOON CTT
Idi ni ol Hie Htate SO yeai
yer for .'" eara; veteran
American War ami
ur reel urn. having served with JsA j
Oregon Kagluient; member uf Ursgog I
Legislature In 1(07 and IsOt Mtaaiens.
Judge of the Slh Judicial
Ill all tlioae positions he lis
Ills record us a private cltlson sad"
Mitni i pis m i t riiKOenM
Kit U I I i , ru i N
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till vacanc) rnaoed b) n '
Jwriltw l - .ink . awuorvN
I oge and ;
aale soine good machinery, In
household good Aayon desiring
any of above propery, call a C. B. btc
Combs' one half mil want of Cairo.
Stiiiday to attei,
k oa the Kader rucb near
The aale was a great
PURN AUSTRIAN. PROMISES
k With Hapsburg Oyn-
csd by Czechoslovaks.
riT of Aii-,lria
iugar in a i,
-," aniiiiiiiKed that organ!
-ii i a on a federaAseU basU
'here has been luuik
adopted h th,
k National Ci
i li deputies al !
- the A.
neut and any i . miaos i
is advices Bay that Bmperor
Canvas plan does not lucludu lh.
unior tf Auatrian foland with ti
1 o it Polish state." The city of ;
H rile tlm names uf J I i
the a ,. and pla
J. D. I
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Trieet iid the Trieste region will be
treatei separately iu couformlty with
the w lahe of the populate
luiltou and William Huff
man ot Denlo are to tm stock here
Betreat.no TeuU Trappy (n Holland.
"y' FUtsen thouaauu retreat
lag Oerman soldiers have been h......
' H014" fter being cut off by
and Mark Rutherford ot "' troops no; mg uorlhward from
City ww U Ontario that H". accordm,; o report, from the
frontier reaching Amtrdam
must keep them in repair fl
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Dim Frtrea Are Hsjrht.
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