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THE 0NTA1U0 AtfGUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920.
lust Where and How
Js the Money
to be Spent?
A businesslike Answer to
a businesslike Question
THIRTY denominations coopomtlnn In tho Intor
church World Movement have budgeted their
needs. No business could have done it more scientifi
cally. Theyhnvo united to prevent the possibility of duplica
tion or waste. At least a million dollars will bo saved
by tho fact that thirty individual enmpaiens arc joined
in one united effort.
Each denomination has arranged its budget under six
4 FOR RKLIOIOUS TRAINING. At
ptepta undtr 21 yr of ait art am
ttrmc Amailcan Ufa without anr
iall(louatralnlng at all. N.m.mb.r
Inc tha lallti of Waihln.ton and
Lincoln, do you think thai Amtrlca
wllltonllnua to produce Waahlnf
lonaand Lincoln. If faith diet out
of tha heart. f It. youth?
1 FOR TUB CHURCH'S WORK
1 AT HOME. AKora cllt.m. coma
under Ihla htai Contldrr only one.
Flea and half million people In the
writ tho Knc ll.h Ungual . Who la
to carry forward thlt vattwork of
Amerlcanliatlan II the church doa
2 FOR I I03IUTAL8 AND IIOMRS.
Kvery yearthoueandtof men.od
from Church ho.pltale becaua of
lack of room. Th children', home,
are compelled to turn away mora
children than they can lecelee.
3 FOR IIIOIIBR KDUCATION. Of
th 4JW American alu4enta In
Institution of hliher trade, one
half are In lntltu(ono founded and
eupportedbylheChurches Many of
thetelrttllutlona have had no (teal
endowment eopln, but their
needa ate Ju.t a. pre.tlr.t tha
needt of larger achool.l and you
have only loreadlhelr Kit of alum,
nland alumnae lomeaiurelhe value
of their contribution to America.
5 FOR Tlltt CHURCH'S WORK
AIIMOAU. Influenia came IW.I
from th Orient thirty year aee:
nearly all rlaguta are Oriental
plafuta. Ho long a Chin lia only
tha Orient will continue to be a
menace. So long aeene-thlrd 01 he
behlre of India die before their tee
ond year our own babl.a art not
tale. A Christian doctor or teacher
tent abroad la working for America
at truly a. though ho worked at
6I'RKACIIKRS' SALARIES. The
preacher la tailed tha lorgotten
man," ani well lie may be. III (lit
out often preacher are paid lata
than MO week I
Each denomination has its own detailed budget, and
will administer its own funds. Your pastor has copies
of tho budget: examine them for yourself. In tho week of
April 25th-May 2nd you will be given your opportunity
to help. You can do it with tho full satisfaction of know
ing that every dollar of your gift has its post assigned
to it in advance.
Every dollar for better America nnd a better world.
When your church calls on you give and give with
your heart as well as your pocket-book.
April 25 th
We Make a specialty of repairing Ford cars.
Our mechanics are experienced Ford men.
We carry a complete stock of Ford Parts and
you will not have to wait for them to come from
factory or branch house.
FORD CARS HAVE THE PREFERENCE
HERE OVER ALL OTHER MAKES.
COUNTY NEWS ITEMS
tlmco Clark Alaon ot vlr to Oco.
Parka. NKUNBU. 3-31-42; l-G-
(loo. 10. Skinner ct ux to A
ItitoHli ot ux, 8UNWU etc.
45; 4-10-20. $2000.
K. M. Ilnrvey et ux to Geo. Ilan
uYr, KV4NBU. G-lG-lfi. $100.
Walter (I. ltowo ot ux to Edward
Flfor ot ux. Lots 0, 7. S14 G, III. 118.
Ontario; 4-10-20. $3000.
W. W. I'nlno ot ux to P. M. anil
Ilorniinl M. HonlH. NlUiSWU, 23.
10-47; .'1-18-20. $.1200.
Imtliol Thompson et Ir to Clmn. II.
Troumlale ot ux, 111. 200, Oiilnrlo;
Kraltlno Wood ot ux to Tronic W.
Hull, Sfe.NWtt. 25-18-4G; 3-0-20.
F. It. Monro to Job. Harvoy nnil O.
It. Illlkcr, LotH 1, 2, 3, 4, III. 18,
Vnlo; 1-12-20. $8000.
Wulff Ililw. & Implnit. Co. to
John K. Wurrcn ot ux, KNKtfNB
UNKU. 30-1G-47J 3-31-20. $4G0.
I,. Hello I.coh ct vlr to A. X. I lick
oy, Lota 14, IS. III. 2G2, Ontario; 4-G-20.
Frank Hnntllcy ct ux to A. N.
Illckoy. I.oIh 11 to lG III. 2G2, On
tario; 3-10-20. $2100.
Kilw. M. tllodgott ot ux to Hurry
J. Smith. N13WNBW, 10.7G acre In
SHUNi:1,., 17 ncron In BNW
NEM, 12, 21, 4C; 2-24-20. $8000.
Ilortlm T. droano ot vlr to S. S.
Ilrowor, Lot 23, III. 4, Hlvoriddo Atln.
Ontario; 3-20-20. $500.
W. II. Doollltlo. trtmtco, to S. 8.
Ilrowor, Lot 22. III. 4, Ulvornldo Atln.
Ontario; 3-20-20. $86.
Mario Tliarp ot vlr to Htollu
lloovor. Lot 7 mill 2t Ft. of Lot 8,
III. 3, In lYutHcli'H Ailn. Nywta; 3
Loin II. Noahltt ot vlr to Align'
LuiiiI. W ft Still. Wft 8KU, 5-10-47;
Loonnnl Talior ot ux to Myron A.
Patch. Lot 35 Annex, 12-20-10. $1.
V. II. McEldownoV ot il to Nath
aniel M. DnvloH, SIJUHWU, Lot 4-30-18-47;
Ontario Advancement Co. to Mr.
W. C. Johnson, si:iiNi:uNi:u, S-
18-47; 2-11-20. $2000.
A. (litrron ot ux to Htollu
Mason Cox, LotH 18. 10, 20, III. 72,
Ontario; 2-14-20. $1550.
TIioh I). Ilnrton to Fred O. I.nckoy,
SWUNW'.l. C-18-47; 4-14-20. $300.
II. Lou Noo, ulicrlff, to L, Hollo
Loot.. KftKft, 20-18-44; 4-13-20.
(loo. Ulan ct ux to L. Oyer, Sft
Lot 8, LotH 0, 10, III. 80, Ontario; 3-10-20.
Cnrolluo A. Moloon ct vlr to Karl
llhickuhy. U)Ih 11,12, III. 130, On
tario; 1-5.20. $100.
J. (1. Allinon ct ux to Martha
Ellen I'loIdH, port of III. 00, Nyitmi;
II. 11. Sherwood ot ux to Joaopli
Mnyor. Lot 2, III. 13, Nywa; 4-15-20.
Win. K. Lone ct ux and W. I'.
IllchardH to Alfred Modln. SB 'I
NWll. Lot 2-3, 3-18-47; 3-27-20,
IT. 8. A. to Hury 11. Karp, Kft
BW, Wft8Kll, 24; NftNKU. 26-17-37:
Lot 1, Soc. 30-17-38.
V. 8. A. to Win. 8. Campholl, Nft
SKU. 18-10-44; 3-20-20.
U 8 A to Saruh B. HoHt, WftSWU
27: WftNWli. 34-23-37: C-5-10.
Potor ClirUtonacn to W. Oruvor,
WU8K14NBU. 15-21-40; 10-4-10.
Anna and Kato N'enhlt to It. II.
Loltoy. SftNR'lNW'USKU, 20-18-47:
It. II. Loltoy ot ux to Frank B.
Nowhlll ot ux 8ftNWlNV,l8i:l.
29-18-47; 4-16-20. $10.
llrldBot Loltoy to Frank B. Now
bill ot ux. 8ft8BUNV,l8BU. Sft
N W H NW 14 SB 11 , 8V 14 NW 14 SB 14 .
SW 4 N W 14 8 B 14 . NB 14 8V 14 SB 11 .
NftNWWSWllSB'4. Nft SB 14 NB
4. 29-18-47; 4-15-20. $12,000
CoinpliilnlK In Cliriill Court.
IloUo-I'ayotto Lumber Co. vh.
CIiiih, Gohbart, rorovory of mouoy,
(loin Stnto Luinbor Co. vh. Hugh
M Shuvor at ux, It. M. Horn and
Hoy Mobloy, foroclonuro of meohan
Ir's Hen, $370; 4-15.
Mollno Farms Co. va, Klttlo WII
llaina nnd B. C. Heed, forcclosuro
MortgaRO, $2044.67; 4-10.
Graco Smith vs. Gordon II.
Smith, dlvorco, 4-1C-20.
TIioh. King nnd Ilortlm Carter, 4
14. Horbort 11. Paul and Dorothy
Dean Jaqulsh, 4-15.
Howard II. Tucker and Gladys
Hea'omil HiiukchIIoiim nn TIiIiik
Often Otci'lnokcd, us Keen by
Peultry: Italso chlck.s from good
-' HtraltiB of layors. then food them In
hiicIi n way Hint tho pulletH will keep
up tho reputation of tlio Htraln
Poor fcoding of (ho rlilrka will re
Riilt In poor lay lug of tho pullets no
matter whnt tho strain Ih. It piiyn
to buy tho best feud.
Animal husltantlry: Thin Ih a
good time to sot land nulde to ralso
com for bIIos.
HoriiUh of oxpnrlmuntH carried on
by tho Enftturn Oregon oxporlment
Htatlon Hhowcd that Htecrs fattened
on alfalfa hay gained about one
pound dally wlillo thiiso foil on nl
fnlfn and Hllago In eight different
teatK gained a little more than 1 3-4
pounds Unity. Tho rout ot feed
amounted to about tho namo In both
Dairy; Hulld n hIIo and pay In
como tax, Unless tho dairymen be-,
gin to market a better grado of
cream tho Indications are that tho
price of butter fat will bo as tow this
an It wan lust oyar or perhaps oven
In (Iicko days of prices and hlglicr
prlcoH wo have a certain amount of
sympathy for thoso hardy Rcntlcmcn
who for yonr liavo been bonstlng of
tho slro of their nppetltes.
lltltlOATION AND DHAINAfii:
Most of tho more than half a mil
lion acres of wild meadow and tulo
lands In Oregon can bo reclaimed by
drainage and Irrigation anl niudo to
double their productiveness by
planting of domostlc grasses says
tho new bulletin, Tho Improvement
and Wator HoqulremontB of Wild
Meadow and Tulo Lands, just off tho
O. A. C Press. The bulletin was
written by W. I Powers, head of tho
soils department, under whoso direc
tion vast areas havo been redeemed
or made more productlvo by wator
control Farmers and others Inter
ested may get free copies by writ
ing the stato collego at Corvallls.
Two othor reclamation bulletins
Tho Small Irrigation Pumping Plant,
and The Duty of Water In Irrigation,
are also ready for freo distribution.
Bven John D. will have to hand It
to Hlrmlngham. Wlillo the public
was feverishly organizing "Overall
Clubs" to cut the cost of clothing tho
dealers suddenly Jumped tho prlco of
overbalU from' $2.00 to $6.00 a pair,
NOTICK OF HAIilJ OF ISOXDK.
Tho City of Ontario. Mainour
County. Oregon, offer, for snlo IIk
negotiable Hancroft Improvement
HoiiiIh In the sum of Five thousand,
four hundred, threo and 89-100
($6403.89) Dollars, bearing Inter
est at the rate of not moro than six
per cent per annum, to become dun
and payablo In ten years from May
1st, 1920, tho date of Ihnuo Inter
est payablo Koml-unnunlly. lllds for
the snino must bo submitted In wrlt
lug, and will bo received subject to
tho legality of tho bonds. No bids
will bo received or considered for
loss than tho par valuo of tho bonds.
An unconditional certified check,
paynblo to tho order of tho Treas
urer of tho City of Ontario, for mi
amount equal to five per cent of
each hid must accompany said hid
lllds will bo received subject to the
condition that tho bidder to whom
tho samo aro awarded will either ac
cept or roject tho same within ten
days after receiving a transcript of
the proceedings undor which tho
said bonds aro Issued.
Tho Common Council of tho City
of Ontario reserves tho right to ro
ject iiuy and all bids.
All bids for said bonds must bo
filed with tho Hecordor of tho snld
City ot Ontario, on or before Bight
o'clock p. m. on tho 3rd day of May
A. D. 1920, thereafter and on which
said day, tho bids will bo opened and
action taken thereon by tho said
Ily order ot tho Common Council
ot the City of Ontario, Oregon.
It. W. JONB8, Mayor.
CLAY M. 8TBAHN8.
(8BAL( City Hecordor.
First publication April 22, 1920.
Last publication April 29, 1920.
T.SenWeiser .Monday Jay 3
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Coloratura, of tin Colon.
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Tenor, from the Metro-
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Tenor, from the National
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Prices $1.00, $1.50, $2,00, $2.50, Plus Tax
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Cutting Drug Company, Friday, April 30th
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The slock is fresh and each article Fully k'im'
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This offer is for a
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