The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, July 29, 1920, Image 4

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    THE ONTARIO 'ARGUS ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1920
Rex a 11 Remedies
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ONTARIO PHARMACY
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lOV6& GOM ifiwhere
nature laughs
and homeless rakes woo fortune.
A dirty port on a sunny sea
where rogues have drifted seek
ing loot.
I im 0 CfA A man with a I
LUVKtXUUIU clean heart a
woman, and a
struggle that sets the blood on
fire.
Dreamland
Sunday and Monday, J
August 1st and 2nd
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Uiiiii'Iiui-n, Hloikuion, Trappers: ,V s. YH .. ilXSRfcLTxiUaSH
It you hnvo r.ny hides, furs orpolts Bend thorn to us. Wo pay the
highest miirkot prlcos. Wo pay caah.
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ONTARIO, :-: OREGON
.Ml', Ull.l .It 11. .11. I. . HUIdlllliO Ult
luiiuiuuu iu unnmr ouuuiiy mi. una
iIih. iinm viiiihhm tinu nanny, ui
lUjoite, uvui vjiuuihii una pusiur in
nit. Diijuini uiiiucii, rriiiliunu,
.11 B. ClIUi.lM ruiiioui una CIHUIIOIt
it it oaiuiuur wxiimiu ioi iter iiuuiu
in tuiliiiiiu iiiiur vuiui wuhkm
Hull Willi tnu ivutvu UllU 1'UIIIVUI
mllllllUS.
uuuoii nutcii went up to nig v i-
io w ouuiiuy to visit uiuiiu iiiutiipnu.i
tor u week. '
I'l'muy uuurnuuu .urn. it. b, ivutuli
HUB I1UBIVM IU IIIU .UUIUIII nullum
chid uuu ii iiiotfi usiigiuiui uiiui
noun wus ltuu witii uunvious mtroNii.
incuts later.
luursduy to dinner Mr. and Mm.
Albeit lliucowoll onturluinod Mr. una
.ms. a, it, AicCuiiiiuiuuiil ftuinu, Air.
uuu Aim. J. M. luinwy, the Misses
r.utiicr ami Miiriiin Kiusoy, Mm. r.
M. Cridor uud Uuughlor und .Mr.
LiiuNtur LucKuy, oi uniurlo. iu the
uitunioon tlio untlru purty wonj. to
Atrn. A, C. l'utlioulg tor cako una
crcuni whuro woru Mm. Chan. I'utli
uul uud vhlldroii, Mrs. It. U. Kutcli
uud Alice l'alhvul uud children.
Mr. uud Mm. William llulluuucck
hud uh tholr tsuoHtii Sunday Mr. und
Mm. C W. lllnkloy unit duuithtur,
Juuot l'ue, uud Mr. uud Mrs. l.orou
ituuoipu uuu luuiiiy, oi iioisu, uuu
mh Mury llolluuheck.
ChurloH Itoburl Holoubuok wuul to
Uolto Sunday ovcnliiK, uccoiupuuy
tin: homo hU uncle. Lorou ltudolph,
uud family, for u uhurt visit.
Mm, Idu Klrkland wan tho kuobI
hut wuok ot Mr. uud Mm. U. 1. IIol-
lenbock. .&.
I'rnnk Hick uud uuu. Cecil. loft
hint wuok for tholr homo In North
Dukotu. MteuDlni: ul oull LUc ssu
Urouu Ittvor, Utah, vlultliiK rolatlvea.
MUtf Mury llollonbock wuh tho
Kuoat Wuduedny nlulit of Mlui lloth-
ul Colwoll.
MIhiiuh Kllu uud Huruh Itostotlor
uru in Yukiuiu, tho iiueats ot rela
tive.
Mr. uud Mm. Llttlu. of Utuh uro
tho cuohU ut tho Unulo home. Mr.
uud .Mm. Wise, of Colorudo, uro ul-
no L'uuatii of thu Kniilou, tliu luttor
will tuacli In tho Krultlauil hcIiooU
tho coming winter.
Mr uud Mm. W. 11. Volton uro
KUObIh ut tho Docker homo, Mm. Vol-
toil uud .Mm. Decker lieiut' Histom.
UoorKa UtovouH returned Buturduy
evenlni; from I.ukuport where ho hud
been for u week outlnn.
Mltw Mumli. ut Texim. la vlsltlue
her I'uclo, Mr. Mumli. Mr. Mursh.
Mr. Ilulliuau, Mian Mumli, Mr. una
Mm. Churluii Stuvenn, 8. U. Itauuom
uud family woru In WeUor Sunday
to tho ball uumo,
Wduoday uftornooii Mm. Kd
Jonea uud Mm, Chorion Hlch wero
hoatojiseti to u miscellaneous shower
at tho Colwoll homo, houorluc Mm.
1. M. Crldor mid Mlua Marian Kin-
soy who loft Tuesday ot this week
for Toledo, Ohio. Miss ICIusoy ox-
peetH to reuiulii u year lu tho oust.
Saturday ovoiiIiib Mr. uud Mm.
Charles L. Illch wero hostesses to n
party at tholr homo on Pennsylvania
Avenue. About forty guests wero
present. Cuko uud ico creum woro
nerved.
Misses Marthu Wilson, Mury llol
lonbock. Klslo llayor. Messrs. Qrant
Gardner uud Ted Ruben; wore in
WeUor Sunduy,
Messrs. Arthur Lluck, Itulph John.
sou uud Misses Uornlce MeQea uud
.nolle Hill attonded tho bull gamo
Sunday lu Wolsor.
Mrs. J. C. Oelslor and daughters.
Mui'Kuret and Anna arrived lust woolc
from California where they have
boon spending tho winter. They will
attend to business matters hero and
return to California lu tho fall.
Thursday ovouIur Mr. and Mrs.
Claude llrownliiK outortulned to din
ner Grant Gardner and Miss Martha
Wilson.
Miss Klslo llayer spent tho week
uud lu Puyetto with Miss Marthu
Wilson.
Mr. nnd Mm. i'olly, Mr. und Mrs.
Pobst nnd Shermuu und Mary uudj
.'11. llllll MfO. II. I IIUIIUIIIIVUK WUIU
to Lake Lowell Sunday for tho day.
Mm. Hmma Hruko. of New Ply
mouth uddrossed tho Krulthind poo
pie Sunday uvonlng at tho M. I).
aliurch. A largo cougrcgatlou was
out to hoar her. In the morning K,
S. C. Ilralnard spoko to tho congre
gation, Ilov. Van Duseu occupying
the pulpit iu tho Payette M. K.
church.
Noble Peacock who has been em
ployed lu the mill at Dry lluck was
unfortunate Saturday afternoon to
havo his third finger on tho left
hand cut oft at tho second Joint, as
well as having tho little finger bad
ly mangled and the tips of the othot
fingers taken off. Ho was brought
home and Dr. Drysdale called to
dross the injured hand. It will be
a month before ho Is able to resume
his work.
Mrs. Peacock went to Parma Sat
urday to hrlng homo Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hobort llaldwln who had beon there
for n two wook's visit with Mr. Bald
win's brother.
Sunday was the birthday anniver
sary ot Mrs. Hobort llaldwln nnd
honoring her, Mm. Ulomstrom, ot
Payette, gnvo n dlnuor to which wero
Invited Mr, nnd Mm. llaldwln mm
Mr. nnd Mm. Peacock and family,
Mr. and Mrs, ('. W. Porter 1iavo
Bono to Scattlo and Hvorott, Washing
ton tor a month's trip.
JSVIET GOVERNMENT
AGREES TO ARMISTICE
Bolshovik Commanders Ordor
od to Arrango for Nego
tiation With Polos.
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Ontario Transfer & Storage Company
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ONTARIO, OREGON
Headquarter
White Lunch Cafo
London. Tho Hussion soviet gov
ernment has arrcptPil Poland's pro
posal for an armlstlco and has order
ed all bolshevik commanders In the
field to nrrungit for negotiations to
that end Immediately, n wireless dis
patch from Moscow stated.
Hussla's reply to Poland's applica
tion for nrmlstlre negotiations brings
In sight u possible solution of one of
the most serious crises which Kuropo
has had to face slnro the conclusion of
tho armistice with tho Goriuans in
November, 1018.
The official world of allied ICurnpo
tins been stjrred to lis depths and un
dlsgulscdly alarmed over tho sweep of
the soviet armies through territory
held by the Poles to the very borders
of Poland proper, with a menace to
Warsaw nnd tho vlrtunl wiping out of
Polnnd as u nation looming up to the
allies us possibilities It measures were
not taken to head them off by giving
efficient and speedy aid to tho War
saw government.
Till: COOIiKHT PLAGJ3
IN THU OITV
Two largo ceiling fans havo boon
Installod in tho lluptlst church, pro
duce tho broozo.
Individual drinking cups uud Ico
cold water in tho voitibulo for tho
thirsty body.
A messugo from tho Living Word
for tho thirsty Soul.
Como and rocolvo tho boneflts.
Illblo School 10.00
Public Worship 11:00
II. Y. P. U. 7:00
Qospol Sorvlco 8:00.
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