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TUKONTAMO A Ml US ONTAKIO, OREGON, TIIUWSDAY, MABCH 25, 1920.
AT THE OSBORN MILLINERY
Easier is the Fourth of
Apr'l. You will want a
now hat by 'then. Wo
Inve a hat for every head.
We carry a eompioto ine
The Patch Pocket model and One Button Sack we bccellent for hair
ncjs during the tcarm weather.
A. E. ANDERSON & CO.
SCrTAIIPIUNG YOU MEED
THE PANTORIUM, G. C. RUSSELL, PROP. .,,,.,
CASH GRAIN CO.
' Phone lbGR
ONTARIO, '- OREGON
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
I-' C ' . nl'eltp'i i. nde i imHpiuh
tt lit l l.'miiictt on Monday.
Arthur Cockrum Is homo from O.
A. ('. for tlto Hprlur; vncnllou.
Sir. Don 1'lntt of Wilder mini) lo
Ontario yesterday for n nliurt visit.
Dr. J. J Sard: In of Njbwi wif nu
Ontario visitor on Wlnesd(U of ili'
The Women' club will nwt at th
lionio of Mr. 18. C. Vnnl'nUon ok
Thursday, April 1.
W. H linmke In wretlli.i, vl'n mi
ittlueli of I lie flu at his rnvt I.kim
poutliuj-i of town.
Mr W. II. Snliiirlr of Mm !'.
Idnlio. win tlic weak end gu-vi of Mr.
mid Mr F I'. Ityuii.
IitlM' iVlt'Kin of Ilftvot'pnri mid
B) o'.one, Wesliluqln'i. I li ''ntfi'ln
IhN week 'ooklntf niter loeul nu r-
MIh Cecil Logan nnlvcd In On
tario till week from 0. A. ('. for u
vIhII with Iter parent, Mr. nml Mr.
Tom t.ognn. during the vprluc vaca
tion. Mi nnd MrH. P. .1. OnlliigliT mov
d v. ivcok Iroiu tlmlr re-Mcnco on
First Htreot, N. W., to tlio 0 lover
houso In Villa Park, which tliey pur
clinsod recently. v
A. I. prniilo ciiino iIomi from
Vnlo for Cio week end to loel: ntlr
file loeul merest. Mr. Sprnuln ex
pect to occupy tho new lion vl It'll
lio nnd Mrc Hprouln recently pur
chased from Chnrle Albert n on
South Flr-t ulreet
POTATO TRERTHENT BEST
WHEN IN DORMANT STAGE
Four Ounces Co'ioslxe Sublimate to
itll (billons AVntcr t(l I)it)s Itefore
Plant Iiir Iteromtiii'iiileil.
Oregon Agrlcuttt::r.l College, Cor
vallls, March 2:1. Potato need
flliould ho troated with rorros. e sub
llmnti) 10 day or two weak liofore
pluntliiK, whllo Htlll. ilormnnt, tic
cordliiR to M. I). MeKtr, uioclate
plant pathologist mid potnio spvlal-
Use four ounce of cotroMve r.uli
llmato crystnls or pn.'iler to every
:I0 gallon of witter. Dissolve In
nliottt n gallon of hot water In glnss
or a wooden vowel before dilution.
Till in n It ex a nun to 1000 solution.
line doorcases It strength, to cor
rect which mid one. half ounce, of
I chemical for ovrrv four bushels of
'potatoes treated fur two hour. If a
HCXtSIXO AflKXTH NAM Kit
i'OU SPOHTHMKX'S PKIt.MITH
For the convenleuco of sportsmen
who denim to hunt and fish In Ore
gon thu following licensing ngentH
havo been appointed from whom the
llcons1 necessary may ho secured
D. M. TnRRnrt, Ontario; S. I). Oosli
ort, Nyssn; Qoo, II. Hodflsh, Mal
hour; J. i:. Holly, 111k Hend; J. M.
Atlillngton, HroRnn; Lawrence l.nm
borsou, Westfall; It. C Kims, Iron
sldo; Dan OallaRher, Juntuni; K. N.
Stldd, McDermltt; Dan MePhorson.
Hlvorsldo; Harry LoonoyT Jordan
Vnlloy; and A. M. Moody, reunt:
clerk at Vale.
. . i I
KAIHMOHi: piVtitiox kocxh
iNFi:cnvn xkw oxu st.uti:i
WOMEN OF OREGON-SLOPE
CLUB ENIERTAIN HUSBANDS
HI. I'nlilckV Dii) rriittite Tlii'iiii of
I'm t) Men DUpliiy Ability n
Milliner'. Kpiln Wmk Htnrt-
mI Other Xi'hh IteniK,
Have Your Butter Wraps Printed Here
To fill the hour nnd loavo no
ernvlro for ropentnnco or up
prnvttl that I hupplnc
"Thorn wn a kniinil of rovelery l.j
nlRht" nt tho I'urk School Iioiim
l'rldny uvenliiR whnre the ladles of
the l'aik Improvouiout elub Rne
their Btiuunl Huilmtul Itereptlon
The bulldlnt? v,n flllrd 'Ith about
one hundred fair women nnd brave
men who partook of tlio pleni-urr i 1
tho ovenltiR. Decorations and pro
Kiams woro In honor of St Patrick
ml iiurh redlt I duo tho com
i 'iinltlo who hud thU In cliarRO
Vocal HolectloiiH wero Rlvon by Mr1
K'niHt. Mr. ItttlK nnd Mis Olntt
nnd liiNiriimontnl number by Mr
I'relthnupt uml Mr. Oir Wilkin
l.lttl Mitritniet Hiid ICntheilno
Hlmpnon wore Irish fitrlns. nnd lt
tiiiK unilor n larRO toadstool Rrnntod
the wlslio of nil who looked Into
.!,o ' I.Uli Wishing VU '. Mr Hoy
'urroll won the prlio In tho hat
trlmiuliiK oon lest nnd with Mch. Tom
lleslop led tho Rrnnd march In whMi
, i. ,ii .-.. t lie lint tilmmcd by
Ampin refreshments worn served
at mldnlRht. AmonR outside vis
itor woro Mr. and Mr. Oeo K
Aiken nnd Mr. and Mr. I.. R Ilrolt
hntipt of Ontario.
With ovorythlnR nbout Hpoaklne of
sprlnrr tho farmer of tho Slopo nro
beRlniiliiB work In real oarnost Tho
preparation nnd cultjatlon of nlfal
fa land sooms to bn tho foromost
The Oregon Slopo Irrigation Co
I repairing and building concrete
ditch gates, tho work being under
tho direction of Harloy Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Rnrl Christian of
Pnyotto wore Sunday guosts at the
Tlio last of n scries of community
nntortalnmonts wu hold at tho Jef
forson school Frldny ovonlng In tho
form of a "hurd times" and 8t Pat
ricks program. Qamos and contests
mndo merry tho occasion. All vot
ed tho commltteo to bo entertainers
Mis Oono narttiho nnd llono
Tomlln playod baskotball with tho
Payette High School against the
Welser High at Wclser Saturduy
P M IJoals and J. h. nrown nt
tondod n business meeting with the
Idaho Powor users Friday nt On
tario. Mrs. Coats, who has had a long
and sovere attack of tho Flu Is now
ahto to bo out again.
Mr and Mrs. J. I. Apnow of Her
mlnston Oregon arrived tho "alter
part of tho week from an extended
visit with their dauRhtor Mrs T
Hoalup. they will mnkn a tour of the
oast before returning to their homo
M. D. Clotigh nnd wife from Court
land Nebraska are now oecupylnp
tho J. h. nrown ranoh which. tie
shorter treatment I used, rcdtico tho
nninuut of chemical used proportion
ately. Dry tho tuber Immediately after
trontment. Piling them up wet lend
to In Jin y. Kxposuro of tho pntntoes
to thu hot sun produce blnck heart.
Disinfect tho sack with corrosive
Mihtlmnto or formnldehyilo nnd dry
Corrosive mibllninto Is better than
formnldnhydo, ns It destroy the
hpore of two disease, scab nnd
IlhlroctonJn I n luiiReoti disease
nnd one of the most serious tuber
A three of four oynr crop rotation
I necessary for tho control of scab
nnd rhlzoctonln, ns the organism Is
nlwny present In tho soil to some extent.
In the mnttcr of hearing on the
petition of tho landowner to the
enst of tho city who havo been secur
ing water from tho Wilson ditch for
sovernl yonrs. and who decided some
Unto iiro to form nu Independent dis
trict, Judge E. . Test ruled Mondnv
that tho petition as presented to the
court wn Insufficient, In view of tho
fact Hint somo of the signatures at
tached were thoso of persons holding
Tho men Interested In formntlon
of tho district havj started a new
potltlon to correct the defect In tho
one ruled upon" by the court.
Irrigation Users t'rged to Convene
Stornge Witter to (ItenteM
FOR BAI.B Two Reed milch cows
ono Jersey nnd one llolsteln
Leonard Olllespln, .1-4 mile west of
Fair grounds. lfi-nt
FOt'llTKKXTH HUHPHlHi: P.UITV
I'on i:. m. ohi:kj scccichsitii
For ftnirteon year n group of
friend of K. M. OrclR hnvo stnRged
n birthday urprlso party for him,
end every year hnvo mndo tho annual
visit n renl Biirprlso. When they
gnthcrcd nt bin home Inst Saturday
evening they brought n plcnfc din
ner with them, following which Five
Hundred was played. Thoso who at
tended the fourteenth renewal of tho
surprise wero; Messrs. and Mo
dntnes I., Adam, C It. Kinlsnn,
Frank Itndor, A 1., Cockrum, K, C
Vim Petten, J I) Illlllngsley nnd John.
COHVAU,I8. March 24. A Bhort
ago of 14.83 Inches of iitlnfnll from
October 1 to March 1, Inst, over tlm
normal for the Inst third of u cen
tury, In reported by tho ngilctilturnl
college Irrigation department. Thlt
Is nn Index of conditions nil over the
Pacific Northwest, say T. A. II.
Tooter, IrrlRatlon eiiRlncer, who
warns users to mnko tho best possi
ble uso of storng waters against tt
possible shortngo next summer.
Most of the shortngo enmo In Jan
uary nnd February of this year. It
totalc 10.Cn Inches bolow normal.
Precipitation for Fobrunry was 0111)'
.12 Inch ngnlnst the normal of CliD
"llnlnfnll In these month nffects
tho summer flow of streams much
more than that of the earlier month
which largely Roe Into tho Rrounil to
mnko up tho dry season deficit," nx
plains Professor Teeter.
"Snowfall In tho mounlnlii I fnr
Rhort of normal. Mountain pause
like the McKonxlo ordinarily uow
bouiul till July 1, nro now open to
automobile traffic. Mary's Peak)
which Ronernlly carries n cloak of
now well Into Juno, I entirely
IrrlRatlon manager nro urged to
stop nil leaks In canals and see Hint
measuring devices nro In perfect
working order. A water becomes
scarcer It will bo more valuable.
IrrlRatlon farmer aro advised to
plan flold Irrigation to nvold nil
waste and to supplement Irrigation
with cultivation. They should Ug
pntlcnt If I ho supply run low.
Powor plnnt manager mny expect
to resort to steam nttxlllnrlo morn
thnn ormnl, and mny look to their
HAVING SOLD OUR RANCH PROPERTY AND BEING READY TO
MOVE WE WILL OFFER FOR SALE ALL OUR FARM EQUIPMENT,
STOOK AND IMPLEMENTS TO THE .HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDfiR
FOR CASH OR TERMS AS STATED BELOW
MONDAY, MARCH 29TH
AtOUR RANOH ON THE BOULEVARD, G MILES SOUTH of ONTARIO
THE FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST OF THE OFFERINGS: .
11 HEAD HORSES AND MOLES
1 Bav iMare, (J this .spring, wt. ahnut
3 drav 0. elding, J) this spring, wt.
1 Uav Gelding, 10 this spring, wl.
1 Gray Gelding, 10 this spring, wt.
1 Black Gelding, 10 this spring, wi.
1 Sorrel Mare, 12 this spring, wt.
1 Black Mule, 0 years old, wt llf0.
1 Brown Mule, ) years old, wt. lOiO.
1 Bay Marc Colt, 2 years old in .lime.
1 Bay Mare Colt, 1 year old in May.
1 Bay Horse, 1 year old in April.
30 Head of Pack Horses and Mules.
12 HEAD OF OATTLE
Consisting of one black cow, seven
years old, fresh about Moh. 2; bred
1 Bed Cow, 8 years old, milking
about three mouths.
2 Bed Cows, 0 yrs. old, fresh in April
Bed IToifer, 2 years old, fresh in
1 Bed Cow, years old, fresh about
1 Red Cow, G years old, milking now,
fresh in June.
Five Calves, 4 Heifers, 1 Slcer.
Q Brood Sows, to farrow in April,
2 Brood Sows to Farrow in May.
H J Head of Fafl Shotes.
20 Head of Baneh Ewes, fine wool,
1 Studebaker Wagon and Grain Box
1 Low Steel Wheeled Wagon, with
Hay Back, and one May Back
1 Spring Tooth Harrow.
1 Oorrugator complete with press
1 Booring Hay Bake. (
1 Bcoring ami 1 McCorniiek Mower.
1 Two Section Harrow.
1 Disc Harrow.
1 Grain Brill, with alfalfa seeder.
3 Big Four Feed Grinder.
1 Two-Horse Cultivator.
3 Two-Horse "Cultivator.
2 Fourteen-Iuch Walking Plows.
3 Soven-Shovel One-horse Cultivator
1 Single- Shovel Blow,, two shovels
1 Junior Planter. 3 Fanning Mill
3 Grindstone, Floats and .Joiners for
3 V Bitch Cleaner.
3 Four Horse Fresno. 1 Slip.
A Number 12 BeLaval Separator,
About lOO.Applo Posts, a lot of Pop
lar Poles for wood.
Shovels, Forks, Axes, Saws and
Tools of all kinds.
About f) dozen Chickens.
15 Hives yf Bees.
About H00 bushels of Seed Barley.
A Fine Lot of Fnrly Yellow Dent
' About 1000 bushels of Idaho Bural
About 20 Sacks of Cooking Potatoes.
Rome Alfalfa Reed and about Ifi tons
of First Cutting Hay.
And other articles too numerous to
TERMS OF SALE: Under $50 cash over that amount, bankable note at 10
per cent, 2 per cent discount for cash.
C. F. and I. E. DUPRE, Owners
MOH MII.I.KIt, Auctioneer
A. I.. COCKIU'M, Cleik