The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947, August 12, 1920, Image 5

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A LAUOII 13VKRY MINUTIO
Two Riwl Comedy "A Gum Riot"
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Cumberland Romance
Mary Miles Minter
I A Story of Hie Kentucky Mountains
A Moonshiner Father
A City Lover
A Two Keel
Animal Comedy A Little (Jun
2 JunKle Gentlemen i lay
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OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Principal Events of tho Wook
Briefly Skotchod for Infor
mation of Our Roadcrs.
Wlut Will Apiiem
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Princess of Paradise
IMIIIT.S U5c ANU sine
TUHS13AY, AUCiUST IT
A Whirlwind of Acton
WILLIAM FOX presents
TOM MUX
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"The Cyclone"
A Tale of tho Canadian Northwest Mounted Police
Clnd only In youthful Innocence, a whlnp of Irojilcnl KruKHcn, lent
of tlio (Ik nml heart of udortimont
I'lunlilni: fluuli, hIiIiiIiik oyon, flylnc loot, tluuntlnB tho youths who
would win hor, vomhlip1tic her dov'1-dmll Ooil with sIiiuuuh ilnn
cch ujiart from tlm oye of men
This is Mary, " While Jllmond Flower"
"The Idol Dancer"
Hpr'to of tho muiiiIk. plitytlilnt,' of tho wuvon, covotcd nml foiiKht for
by tho roiiccnidim of tho nxutlc IHiutli Bon IhIoh.
Iloroluu of tliu HtrniiKCJtt tulo of luvo uiid uilvonturo n tulu of
BtrutiKO IhiuIh imtl rvbollloiiM men, u tnlo of henrt throbn, of flclit
luif, Imt wlthul, n tnlo of rcdomptlon mid houuty moMt thrilling
IM'IC, UNI'OIKir.n'AIII.H, MAONII'ICKNT
PlTaEPiii MAUiiMiii ArnrnrnTirA
dfLUML IIHVTMIIAI1 UI1UIL3II1H
DREAMLAND THEATRE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18th.
l''Uft0isiiE2aiSMtfO
Ilunry A Kohor, roprosontltlvo of
tho I'oloy H. Ilurk Coiuhltioil BIiowh
whloh will Dhow horo tho wook of
AiiKUHt 28th, Ih n IiumIiiuhu vUltor In
town today.
IIAV (JltOWICIW MKWiNO
Tlioro will ho n inootliiB of tho
liayKrowurN on Vudm8du) AiiRiut
IS, ut th Cairo OruiiKQ Hall. Kvory
ImyKruwor of tho vulluy Is Invllt'd to
ho prusout.
Farm Iluroau
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"AIIuh Jlinuiy VnlciitliKi"
"Iiiiii Viiiiiii",
Ounnly Art. Tliut-Nilny
I'ntliH NVhh Kililny
AIo JACK DMMI'.SIiV In
Dnrrilctll Jnt-k"
Hiitiiidny, Auk. Mtli
CIIAItl.I UAV
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"Alnnn Clock A inly"
"A Oum Itlot"
Hunk Miiiiii ('(iiiicdy
Hun. & Moil, Auk. 1 & III
MAHVMIMiS .MINTKIt
In
"Cuiiibcrlnml Uoninnro"
"JuiiKln Ot'iillciiiiiii"
Joo Murilii Anliiinl CoiuiMly
Tucs(hi)', AiiKUkt 17
TOM MIX
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"Cyclone"
liitcriintloiml Ncivn Itel
Wl AukmM 18th
"Tho Idol Dancer"
A lliiwiillan picture with n
icul Hawallu orclicstni. Tlic
Orcliebtni will nlso ulro, uf.
tor Uio plctuio a fifty lulu.
uto bhow ontltlril "The
I'rlnrrM of the I'liradlhe". A
hIiow full of Clio dreamy
ioulli Ma Inland music,
fcouKB nnd dances.. The or-
cliCHtru could only ho ciik"K'
fl for ono night.
Tliur.. Auk. lOtli
Tho Idol Dnnccr"
Art Comedy
AIIK.S IIAHItlHCAl
IN WATIIlt riTl'NTH
In 'Thu Woman Mlchuol Married. '
hor IntoHt production for Itohurtnou
Colo, dlHlrlliuted by KxhlhltorH Mut
ual, lovoly Ilonalo llnrrlncnlu tiUNtaliiH
hr ropututlon iih ono of tho niont
vormitllo actrosBUH pf tho Rcroon.
In hur brilliant cureor MIkm llur
rlscalo Iiiih croatod many dlvornlflod
clinrncterliutloiiH, from tlio hlano no-
cloty woman to the "ulavoy" ninonK
crookn, hut thU Ih tho flrut tlinu hIid
Iiuh boon called upon to do tho An
nette Kollerman ntuut.
An Mlra Sacky, tho lilondo Htnr Is
neon an a professional swlinmor who
po8eneH, In addition to hor "hIiuihi"
und aquatic talontn, n romnrknbly
beautiful volco and an ambition to
cultivate it and become u uroat hIiir
er. BuvIhk the Ufa of a child, the
protogo of tho scion of u wealthy
family, Rhe la offorod a big money
reward by tho society inun. Instead
alio doinands an a reward that he
marry hor, thus serving tlio double
purpose of elvInK her n name und
providing mouoy for hor vocal Iruln-
i lf-
Tho subsequent denounement fur
nishes a dellKhtful drama In which
Miss Ilarrlsculo is shown In some
stunning gowns.
1 The production Is a screen drama
tization of the story by DuVornct
llabell, which appeared In tho I)oc-
ombor, 1918, number of amhiioh
Magazine. The locale affords many
opportunities for lavish and colorful
backgrounds, ono of the striking nnd
rnniiatlc Hccnos being a swimming-
nool where a fashionable dinner
purty Is In progress, tho guests being
clothod or rather unclothed In the
bathlng-sults. Majestic. Tuesday aim
Wednesday, August 18 and 18.
ANNOU.NCKMKNT
'To the people of Ontario und
vicinity.
Having locatod In Ontario
to conduct a retail optical busi
ness, with optical parlor and
grinding plant to be located In
the Dlackaby Jewelry Store, we
solicit your business from the
standpoint of service, efficiency
and accuracy.
The policy of our business
will be that a transaction Is not
completo till our patients or
customers are satisfied.
For the man or woman who
wants most out of life perfect
vision is necessary That is the
mission of OPTOMETRY.
We are hero to give the best
of our ability and experience,
assisted by tlio most modern
and scientific Optical Instru
ments to uphold the high stan
dard and responsibility of tills
profession.
Dr. J. A. McfALl,, Optometrist
Mfg. Optician.
JOINT SESSION TO BE HCLD
Waiiilngten, Id.Iio and Oregon Cam,
mltilcn to Dlt Together.
Olympic, Wtish. As tho state's
question Involving allowance cf In
creased freight and passenger rules
on local truffle ns flxud by tho Inter
state commerce commission fr In
tostiitu traffic uro common to tho
northwest, tho public sorv.co commis
sions of Oregon and Idaho will alt
with tho Wuihinclou commission on
Tuesday, August 17, In a hearing be
ginning nl 10 A. M. In tho souuto
chamber here. The common problem
beforo tho commlssUns of tho three
northwest stutis will be-to harmonize
local Increases oskud with the ro
quired Inornate necessary to guaran
tee u return of l't por cent consist,
ent with the recent Interstate com
merce, commission ruling.
I5slii?iii
ioack
itt49
when sturdy nlonccrs wore hewlntr out a homo
and an exlatenco in tlio West, tho manufacture of
The Arus want ads jvill noli your
farm produce or your seconc, hand
machinery.
Northwest Cries far Cars.
Wushlmton. Agricultural lutorests
In thu northwest face bankruptcy bo-
cause of tho present car shortage, the 1
.Interstate commerce commission was
told by railroad commissioners und
shippers from Montana, Minnesota,
North Dakota and South Dakota. Tho
commission was askod to Issue orders
guarunteolng the car supply for tho
movement of tho grain crops.
If It's -irlntlng, we can do It,
(jiiL(ilcI
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ffaa bejrun. Today tho namo FULLER stands ns tho sturdy pioneer
In paint manufacturing- on tho Pacific Coast a namo that has kept
faith with quality for 71 years.
Hade for tho Pacific Northwest, FULLKR Paint Is tha best tor
,your nouso or building.
W. P. Fuller & Co. .
1849.1920
Korthwrat Itranrhifi at
Portland, Seattle, Tscoma
pousnr, uolse.
PULLER
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Look Up FULLER
Dealer in Your Town
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FOLEY & BURK
COMBINED SHOWS
Tije Best in the West
6 Days and Nights
COMMKNC 'IXCi
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ONTARIO, OKI
Foreign Imports rccolved nt Port
land during tho month of June amount-
'd to ?0SO,889.
PnliiR work has bi;un on the Mvon
mllo section of the Pacific highway
north of JeffsrBon.
llcnlon county npw has 4(1 threshing
outfits. From present Indlentlons th
crop will bo tho best In yonrs.
Increased rates nro nllowod tha Nsw
berg Tolephono company by un.onlcr
of tho public service commission.
Forest flros reported by tho nlr
piano patrol of the forest servlof to
taled 33 during tho Utter half of July.
At u meeting cf the stnto hlghwny
commission In Portland, AuBuet SI.
bjdfl will bo opened on $1,GG0,000 stato
highway bonds.
J. C. Nelson, nn Oregon pioneer, died
nt his home In New berg nt tho a? of
93. With his parents he locntU In
the Chehalem valley in 1815.
Tlio first unit of tho I.nngoll vnlley
Irrigation district In Ktamnth county
has inn'ilo nppllcntlnn to tho statu to
nppravc a bond Issue of J 137,000.
Oregon has n population in 1020 of
783,285, according to census figures,
which Is a nuln of 110,520 or 10.5 per
cent over tho 1910 figures of C72.7C5.
Fred Peterson, 76, n nnllvo of Den
mark, was burned to deatlAwhen his
cabin on thu Mohawk river, 10 iiiIIuh
northeast of ICugene, was destroyed
by flro.
W. I. Putters of Allegany has been
hold to tho grand jury In Coos county
on tho clinrgo of selling rooks for
chlttlm bark to Improve tho weight of
tho bnrk,
Monday, September 0, l.twr dny.
has been selected by Hood lllver as
tho date for formal celebration of tin
opening of the completely paved Co
lumbia hlvor highway,
Wheat harvest Is under way in Mor
row county und tho grain Is of first
class quality. Tho yield Is a fair ay.
crass althcush naay fpH won, in
jured by tho hot weather.
Oregon Is suffering from n shortngo
of librarians, according to MUs Cor
nelia Marvin, stnto librarian, who hus
n list of eight Important posts In tho
state that should bo filled.
Notwithstanding tho gasollnu short
age, (he number of automobiles visit
ing Crater lako so far this Hummer has
exceeded the number that Ultotl tho
r sort during tho entire season of 1919.
Approximately 05,000 motor vehicles
nro roglstered In Oregon, according to
a statement mndo nl llio offlob of tho
secretary of stale. This Is ono oar f.r
about every olght persons in Orogon.
The Fruit a rowers' league of Mil
ford has opened an employment bur
eau with tho object of cooperutlu4
with other fruit growers In tint allo
cation of plaksrs throughout tho val
ley. Tho public service commission has
Issued orders grunting service rate In
creases to the Deschutes Tolophone
company of Clackamas county nnd C.
A. 1 1 rod ford tolephono Hues In Orsnt
county.
Durjug thu fiscal year ending June
30, 880 dentists wero licensed to prac
tice In Oregon. Of these, 181 vture .
uon-rosldi'iit. Tho licenses of 81 dsn
tlsts wore revoked because, of non-payment
of fees.
July was au exceptionally dry month
tn Astorln au'd tho lower Columbia
rlvar district, according to tho records
tu tho local woodier observer's office,
Tho preolpllatlou for tho month was
V1 of un Inch.
Thu speelal committee of statu Isgls
latora appointed to Investigate the
state game and fish commission will
meet lu Portland August 18 to heui
anyone who has a complaint to mukc
against the commission.
Willie testing out a forost servlof
radio outfit at Kugene, human volot
were picked up by thu Instruments.
It was Isarued that tho votoes aims
from Portland through a wireless Uln
phono apparatus In that city.
Fire destroyed the Strang Shluglt
(ompaiiy's mill, four miles from th,e
city limits of Portland on the Muutou
load, mid burned four duellings, fout
bunkhouses nnd u boarding housu.
with a total low of about $00,000.
Tho Klamath Falls council has de
cided not to remove dlco and curd
games from pool rooms and other pub
lie places but will amend existing ur
(II n aneea by providing for revocstlor
of llcensu In case gambling Is allowed
All organization commanders of ttit
National guard of Oregon have buei
authorlzud by Adjutant Oeuerul White
to suspend drills during the hurvMi
season so thut guardsmen muy hull
gather tho Oregou fruit and gruln orop
Attractions ,of boat races, autumn
bile raees, a carnival and the blgga
ag'lculturnl, horticultural ami Indtm
trial exhibit of many years will fea
lure this year's Wasco county fulr U
be held at Tho Dalles October i, S, (
and 7,
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