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THE ONTAHIO AKCJUS ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920
Tin; itH.v.tix htehi:
Still on for Another Week.
So successful has been the big sale the
past week that we will continue for an
As several items are sold out we are
adding many new items to the long list
of real bargains.
The Shoe department is full of bargains
yet, tho some of the lots are broken in
sizes, we still can give you what you want
in some of the styles wanted.
Some Extra Special Values in the Ready to Wear
Department, Especially in Dresses
and Wash Skirts
The B. P. Rouod Roof
Solves the Bam Problem
Perhaps you need a new barn to properly protect your
stock and crops. That means a building problem that
we can help you solve in the best way.
The barn shown above' has been designed with great
care. The practical needs of the farmer have been kept
in mind ns well as the necessity for economy. The result
is a barn that is easy to build, is strong and substantial
and provides large unobstructed storage space for hay.
Heavy beams and braces have been done away with.
The mow space is large and open and the Hound Uoof
construction gives you more room for the same amount
of side wall and floor space.
The Best Size for You
Wo are prepared to provide you with plans and
specifications to build a Hound Roof barn of any
sizo you may need. The cost of construction is
more reasonable than you imagine. Come in and
talk it over wo'ro always glad to see you.
Boise Payette Lumber Co.
AL. CHANCE, Sales Mgr., Ontario, Oregon
Fred Knuphttsmun was h Friday
visitor nt tlio Murphy ranch ut licit
Klnsey J. Slowiirt mid Itiilpli Mas
tomon spent Hunday visiting In Drew
Arthur FniHcr from Ilcutnh was
n liimlneiM visitor In town durliif the
John Mctletrlck returned on Sat-'
urttny from a IiiihIuckr trip to On
I.. I'. Dolsolo spent Suudiiy riding
itftcr rattle In tho direction of Polo
Kink Myers nnd wife worn busi
ness visitors In town from Drownoy
Donald MiiHterMon and Lester
Cnwlfleld Hpent tho weok-ond ut HI no
Mountain flprliiRH. '
Mrs Oiih Fries returned on Hnlur
lay from Ontario where she hud
mndo n brlof visit.
Hurry Churchill loft on Monday
'o accept n poidtlnn nt the Akciic)'
'lunch near Ilaulah.
Al Duvl nnd Oonri;n Itltcy were
lundiiy visitors from Drewsey on
'iiihIiimh with tho Imnk.
Tho Misses Nettle, Margaret and
l.uuo McDonald wervJiinturu vlsltum
in Friday from llculali.
Mr mid Mm. J. I'. Joyce. Mis
Inrliarn Urayllsh, and MIhh Conroy
pont Sunday ut Cottonwood.
John Mcl.cod of lluulah passed
liru town on Saturday hound for
ho Mcllun ranch iil.lllvorsldo, '
C I' Cooper, u stock man from
La Orosso Wisconsin passed thru
own on Saturday on It In wny to Hon
Mr mid Mrs. Martin Joyco and
Mrx Mlchaol Conroy wero Hunday
'iKltorx at tho Murphy ranch at lluu
lah. Ilodnoy Mofful of Drownoy wiih In
town Saturday to meet, tho new Iioiiku
'tcopor who will ho In cliorKO at tho
Mrx, J. C. Lofton passed throiiKh
town on Saturday on lior way homo
o lloiilah after spending a fow dnya
I). C Nickerson, tho Portland cat
lo doalor. wnn In town during tho
veok looking up sumo morn Mock In
Mm. I). F. Murphy wiih In town
on Friday on hor wny to Drownoy
for u vImII with Mr. and Mm. Sllus
Joo Blzemoro of llniiliili wiih In
own Saturday and took homo hoiiiu
horses on Sunday that ho'h'nd linen
JnrvlH Smith wuh a Monday visitor
In town driving tho mall truck down
from Drownoy, In tho nbsence of his
I river, (.outer Cuwlflold,
.MIhh Nuttlo McDonald returned
last weok from llolso for u fow wcokH
vacation with her purents, .Mr nnd
Mm. David .McDonald of Ileuluh.
Mr. and Mm, D.mlul (lullnetior unci
Olaro (InlliiBhor wero Sunday visitors
at tho Tlllotson ranch. They also
'pent part of the day flshliiR on tho
Mr. and Mm. Danlol Gallagher and
Fred Kuiiphusmau returned from On
tarlo liiHt weok. I.ltttu Clara (lulla
Slier accompanied them for a short
Jack Wober has boon employed
during tho wook giving tho residence
of Danlol Oallaghor a now coat of
paint also assisting with tho finish
lug of tho W. E. Hedges residence
William Hunley returned to Hurns
on Wednosday nftor spending a fow
days horo, Ho was accompanied by
Mm. II, C. Loveus who had been visit
lug her brothor, II. W, Welcome,
Mr. and Mrs. Ooorge Uuchanan of
lluchnnan Station cnuio over last
weok for a visit with their daughter.
Mrs C. A. Fottorstrom. With them
wero Mm, Harold Johausou another
daughter, nnd hor husband and little
daughter, from Everett, Washington,
Mr nnd Mm. Hoy Currey and Mr.
and Mm. V J. Hopkins spoilt Sunday
fishing and hunting at Antelope
SwalQ and Crane Prairie In tho Tim
ber Resorve. Harold Hopkins nnd
Dee linker were also members of the
party which reported unusual luck.
Hoy Currey lias disposed of the
truck which ho was using to haul
freight to Dro,wsey, It was bought by
Walter Sklens who will use It for tho
same purpose. The latter Is moving
his vulcanizing plant into tho Jun
turn Garago nnd will contlnuo his
J. i, Donogan returrfud to Durnt
I on Saturday for tho wcok-und. Dur
ing tho wook ho had boon assisting
1 11 Hlubbloflold plat and classify tho
' land huro owned by tho Junturn In
, vestment Co. Mr. .Stubbloflold wont
i lo Vulo on Saturday tin a witness In n
nine ut court They expect to finish
their work hero in iibout two week.
". iiid Mrs. Clarence Poormnn
.mi tlio pioud parents of an 11
i hi ml son born July 17th
M. 1). FLKMI.VO
Optometrist, of Itoiso, Idnlio.
will bo ut tho Mooro Hotel, Monday,
July 26th. Optomotry moans Byo
Wo fit gliiHHCH nnd do It right, ox
til) per cent of hcudiiches nro caus
ed by Home chnractor of KYB
Ono pnlr of oyes Is all you will
ever have. UK FAIH WITH TIIKM.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
fJAS THE POWER TO ADJUST OUR
rates so that they will be fair to
the people and the investor alike. We
absolute confidence In the fairness of the
commission and in the fairness of our
patrons. No one will deny the fact that
the cost of furnishing telephone service
has greatly increased as compared with
prewar conditions and that our rates
should be increased.
MALHEUR HOME TELEPHONE CO.
J. A. I.AKNHSS, Vice I'rea. & Gen. Manager
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