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TIIIC ONTAKN) A If U US ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY. APltfL 1, 1920.
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I'lUINU NO. a
SHORTAGE OF FARM LABOR
MAY COI CROP ACREAGE
City I.I Tc mill Industry Dniw Wmlc
i'ih Away I'roui Field Wink,
Hiijm Mil. ltd SpeclalM.
UrcKoii AgrlctilturnI College, Cor
vallls, March" 30. Oregon fornj
cropn ucrcugo iniiy he cut down this
"i'iir liy tho'searclty ntul high C0Ht 'of
fut in lulior. Hays 1'iiul Mulil, mnrku'
"Higher wages mill Hhurtor hours
of work arc drawing laborers to
towiiH mid cities," III' observed.
SliliiynnlH, lumber hi 1 1 Ik mill other
big Industries lire speeding tip pro
Unction to moot Increased demnnds.
Employment wiih recently of feted to
thousand of Hlilpynnl wnrkors .n
San Francisco through udvortlso
monts in nil tlio I'ortlnnil papers."
Hoturnlng hoIiIIoth usually 'drift to
tlio cities, Mr, Mclil notes. After
tliclr war oxperlonroH they prefer
work tliero where hours nro Hltorter,
wnges higher, nint fonvenlenri'H unit
cntnrtulnment hotter, Tliclr conceit
Irntton In cities does in-', seem t.i
ci on In a labor mtrplu.i, iih tlioy urn Imp offorcil liy tint government with
readily absorbed Into tlio Industries, those trncts."
"Mont of thosu who (to return to
tlio fnrniH are young men working to
own a farm, or aro farmers' whim,"
iloeluri'M Mr. Mtilil. "The Brent In
croiiHo In farm property vuIiioh
makes It possible for lliem lo liny
nmnll tlutctH only, iih very few la
borers havo cnpltnl.
"Should tlio government niul'.t
inoro IiiiiiIh nvnllntite u g"ood mnuv
ox-sorvlro men would return In tlio
fnrni. TIiIh Ih shown liy the ninny (it
(tulrlos renrhlnc tho colleen concern-
Iiib tho lands recently oponc.l In! I'lM'ITI.ANII. I.I ho, Mnrrli 30.
fipttloment In southern Oregon. I''- M- "nnlnor. cashier I'rultlnnil
Loiiir time InmiM fur ilevnlniinu.iit .Stntn Ilntlk, tilld John TowtlC, Wcro
COMINGS AND GOINGS OF
HIMILANDERS FOR WEEK
I-'oIUn on IIcih'Ii diteitnlu Ki lends
Siiinl.i) S liiinl Lathering AttinrtM
Mini ihIiiv I .ultlniiil News
for the UVctv.
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Mra. II. II, ItoliltiKon, who hax
heeit cnrlnR for Mnntur II. It. Ilooiu-
;er., Jr.. returned to Caldwell Satur
day. Mrn. Ilnmncr nnd little won nnd
dniiKhlcr, l-oln, nrcntnpnuled Mrn.
Ilolilnunn Imtnn to remain n few dnyt
I.. H. I'olmt went to Unkcr KrUln;
LnlRljt to rpo Ii Ih daughter, Mrx
I.nuls HuHBell retiirned Sattirdny
night In Ii Ih kcIiooI work nt Corvnllln. , up,
linRtpr uxerclseu will ho hold at tho
M K. t'liurch nnd following Hov.
Knight will preach an KaBter nor
iiioii. Alt arc cordially Invited.
Mr. nnd Mrs, ttohort Cohvolt nro
tlio pnrontH of an eight pound daugh
ter, horn Sundny, March 28, at the
homo of tho grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. 1'. V Orlep.
Wliltniun College Olee Club will
given mtiHlcn'l concert Thursday
night ut tho High School Auditor
ium. They nro exceptionally good
from tho reports of thoso who hnvo
heard them nnd It will ho worth your
while to nltend. Tho Senior Class
has taken tho responsibility of hav
ing them come so emtio wit nnd help
mnko good tholr guarantee You will
ntso hnvo an opportunity to hco the
now decoration of tho assembly
room by Prof. T, It. Ncllson. l'rlco
rr ticket COc,
Tho Mothers' Circle will have nn
i Interesting session this l'rltlny after
j'nc.oii. The second grndo furnishes
J tho music nud tho iitiestlnu of n I'ub-
lie lle.'iltli Assnclntlnn will bn tnken
now ho Is foreman of both two poul
try ranches belonging to tho noted
western college Ills Krultlnnd
friends nro glnd ho Is making good.
The Uov. V, M. Hurtch family,
who were released from liurnntlnu
Saturday evening, still hnvn slcknett.
Tho oldest son Is In quite bnd health
from tho effects of scarlet fever and
Mrs, Ilurtch U III now. As soon utt
tho family uru well they will movn to
Now Plymouth, whero Hov. Ilurtch
will hnvo rhnrgc of the Ilnptlst pttH
Miss Memo Ilrockwny of l.os An
geles Is here In tho Interest of tho
New World movement nnd will mnpt
Wednesday nftcrnonn In tho Daptlst
church ntluir leuders from tho statu
nnd Oregon nnd In tho evening tho
peoplo of Ihn community nro Inxllod
to lipnr lior talk.
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You'll enjoy that peace of mind that
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Shirt Merchants Sell Them
i GUITERMAN BROTHERS, Makers
.law l.owls and John Lewis arrived
Saturday In nsstimn clinrgo of tlio 40
acie rnnch near the Hanta Itosa,
which Mr. Jay I.owIh purchased of M.
I'litlii'M. John l.owls returned to
l.ostlno, Oregon. They were- guests
.Sundny lo dinner of Mr. mid Mrs. M
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. llereltlno mid
family worn six o'clock dinner guests
Sundny evening of Mr. and Mrs. It
Ilrucn Smith has moved from tho
Hurst property to tlio Drysdnlo tract
mi the orchard tract this week nnd
tlio M. M. Hurst family nro moving
to his ranch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Wnyno aro
Ihn parents of n baby girl, born
March 28th, Sunday.
Mr. mid Mrs. (leorge Nowcouio nro
the guests this weok of Mr and Mrs,
A. A. Stetlor Thoy nro on their wny
homo, tho Pnyotto Lakes, from n frlp
lo Portland. Mr. Nowcomo Is man
ingor of tho Outdoor Camps nt tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathan Tood worn
nut from Payette1 Sunday to spend
I tlio day vvllli Mr. unit Mrs. N
Hay nud Cecil Itlch arrived Satur
day morning from Goodrich, North
Dakota, to mnko an extended visit
with their father, Frank Itlch, and
undo. L. II. Itlch.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Henry Martin, Mr
and Mrs. Kd Jones and Mr and Mrs
nana Jones and Mr. and Mrs. O A
Swnti woro guests Sunday of Mr and
Mrs. Wllllnm Jones,
Mrs. W. A. Colwoll has returned
from a several wooks visit with her
dnughtnr, Mrs. O. W Stout, In Seat
tle. Mr. Tweode, of Ilolso, was In our
community tho past weok ou busi
ness connected with tho building of
Tlio K. A. Nokos beautiful homo Is
about comploled and receiving tho
t of paint
Henry P. 8oltorbeck Is recoverlnu
slowly from u long slego of sickness
' Thoro wero 130 present ut tlio M
!:. S. S, Sundny morning Mucli In
tercut Is being taken nnd the past
week representatives from all tho
Frullliind churches are out getting
the peoplo Interested In tho Sabbath
school. Next Sunday morning
Tho Priiltlnnd llasoball Club goes
lo Welsor this Friday lo hnvp a gnnio
Miss aindys Iloltmnn has register
ed In tho High School. Tliero nro
about 000 pupils now In tho Krult
Jumps Attohury has returned from
O. A. C, Corvnllls, Oregon, and will
farm tho Van Aiken ranch recently
purchasod by them.
O. K. Powell, who Is a graduate of
O. A. C has been promoted until
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A New Vuik literary ugeut win
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"Once, ubi'ii ho wss four years nld.
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-Prices are cheaper
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