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THE ONTARIO AUUUS ONTAltlO, OREGON, TUDUSLAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920
MALIICUH COUNTY KKAL ESTATE
1IKO. 11 TO DF.O. 18.
D. M. TnBRnrt ct ux to Ivan Mush
libs, NV48EUNBU Sec. 24-18-40
Alls. 23, 1019. $3,000.00.
Wm. A. PouRlmnour ot nl o Unit
ed States, Ditch 11W. Sec. 3G-21-4I),
Oct. 13, 1020 $1.00
Emily U. Illgby to John Doswol',
SHUSEV Sec. 3C-18-44. Nov. 23,
John HohuuU ot ux to Kmlly U.
Illgby. SWW8BU Soc. 36-18-44. No
vombor 23, 1920,
John E. Holley ot ux to Dnnlol T.
Hotly, Loin C nnd 7, Ulk. 2, Ailrlnn.
Doc 14, 1020. $1.00
Danlol T. Holly ot ux to John R
Holly, LotM 10 & 20, 311k. 2, Adrian.
Doc, 14, 1020.
t. H. Korfoot ot ux to William
Iloswol), Lots 4, C, C, 7, and 8, Ulk.
10, Ontario Doc. 2, 1020. $2,103.00
AzcuenaRn Llvo Stock & Land Co.
to Jordan Vnlloy Cattle Co, nofor
volr Slto. Fob. 1, 1920. $1.00.
A. IS Mcintosh ot ux to Emanuel
Drown, Lot 1, Irrlg. Lands Corp.
Soc. 31-19-47. Dec. 11, 1920. $2,000.
Vlncont McKonna ct ux to Ilecso
.Tonkins ot ux, Lots 11, 12, 13, 111k
129, Ontario. Nov. 1, 1920. $3,000.
8horlff II. Loo Noo to Wm. Grif
fith, Lots 8, 0, nnd 10, Ulk. 8, Ontiy
lo. Doc. 13, 1020. $2,882.40.
Dortha Anderson to Thos. H. An
dorson, 13 Soc. 6-27-40. Nov. 2,
U. S. A. to HURh A. Martin, Lots
1, 2, 3, and 4, BWH Sec. 30-26-40.
Nov. 11, 1920
Clnrn Mabel Morton ct vtr to Sor
on Hanson, Lots 4 and G, Dlk. J,
Plnoharts 1st. Add, o Vale. Dec. 10,
U. 8. A. to Chortotto A. Howland,
SWUNWli Soc. 3: Lots 2-3, 8V4N
WU, BNBU. Soc. 4; BBUNEVJ
Soc G-17-46. Nov. 11, 1920.
Themis W. I'onn ot ux to Dlnlne
May, Portions of Lots 4-6-6, Sec.
18-18-47, Mar. 10, 1920. $420.00.
Elinor C. Cono ot nl to Unltod
Btntcs, Ditch Il-W. 8oc. 36-21-46.
Nov. 23, 1920. $1.00
U. 8. A. to Danlot 8. Merrill, WV4
8WV Boo. 2; NWU. WNEU Soc.
11-16-40. Juno 11, 1010.
U. 8. A. to Trod Lontor, Jr.. 8W U
NE,i, 8BU8BU, WHSEVi Soc. SS;
NEU Soc. 33-16-41. Aug. 6, 1020.
U. 8. A. to Prod Lontor, Jr. B
BWtf Boo. 28; 8E Soc 33-1 C-41.
Aug. C, 1020.
John Kntckrolim ot ux to Hornard
IJ. Illloy, BEH8WH Soc. 23-33-40.
Doc. 0, 1920. $600.00
Mrs. Edna It. Franklin ot vlr to
W. II. McKny, Motes & Hounds In
Soc. 29-18-46. Doc. 17, 1020. $760.
Kmplro Lumbar Co. to E. C. Van
I'otton, Motos & Honds In Ontario.
Juno 20, 1917. $3,600.00.
E. C. Van I'otton ot ux to Van
I'otton Lumbor Co., Motos and
Hounds In Ontario.' Jan. 17, 1019.
Thos. F, Coward ot ux to Van rot
ton Lumbor Co. Lots 7, 8, 0, 10, 11,
nnd 12, Ulk. 1, Adrian. Sopt. 18,
Arthuro Claypool to Kathorlnt
Claypool, Lot 2, Soc. 1-18-43, Dos.
18, 1020. $1.00
FAJtM AND HOME KKMINDKltH
Ownors of dogs that kill, wound
or chaso domestic nnlmnls In Oregon
nro llnblo for all damages thus caus
ed. Anyono who socs a dog thus on
gaged or under such clrcuniBtanco an
show unmistakably that ho has been
bo ongaged, Is authorized by tho Ore
gon laws to pursuo and kill such doR.
I'olltlcnl feclunco, O. A. C.
Flues nro usoful In potato utor-
ago bins In drawing off tho moist
warm air. Thon If the doors nro
oponnd on a cool day a draft will bo
created sufficient to carry off this
air and lowor tho tomperaturo to pro
per dogreo proferablo 36 to 38, F.
Farm Crops, O. A. C.
l'olnt or jUBt oil on tho floor not
only koops tho floor from splintering
but saves tho housowlfo much work
In cleaning tho floor nnd In luundcr
Ing tho chlldrens' clothes. Home
demonstration, O. A. C.
In trying for n stand ot clover In
localities whoro clovor Is not com
monly grown It Is hotter to Inoculato
t)io seed rather than take n chance of
gattlng a weak stand or no stand for
lack of clovor bnctorla. Any soil that
has produced a Reed crop ot clover
In rocout years needs no inoculation.
If In doubt write for conditions to O.
A. C HnctcrloloRy, O. A. C.
Illch, high yloldlug pasturo Is tho
best nnd cheapest coursa of groon
food tor livestock whon available.
Sllngo has many advantages In cor-
tain seasons ovor other systems. Soil
ing Is llkowlso usoful In connection
with tho othor plans In soma ot tho
districts of Oregon. Farm Crops, O.
Nlcotlno sulfate Is a powerful re
pliant for tent caterpillars, but It
they do oat follago sprayed with It
tboy aro klllod nlmost Instantly,
With soap nddod the nlcotlono solu
tion Is an nlmost portoct codling
moth ogg dostroyor. Entomology,
O. A. C.
1IOYH TO WASH DIHHUS
"With your urm around your
mother after you havo eaten your
Christmas dlnnor, boys, tell her to
go Into tho parlor and rest and
you'll wnBh tho dishes," said Pres
ident W. J. Kerr In extending Christ
mas woll wishes to tho O. A. C. Btu
donts Just boforo tho holiday vaca
tion. "Ent your Christmas dlnnor
tit homo It you can possibly do so,
and show appreciation ot tho sncrl
flco your family Is making to glvo
you tho advnntngo of college educa
tions Thoro novor wns Just such
n dlnnor, as mother prepared for you,
nnd thoro novor will bo nnothor Hko
It. Chnrtorlzo your Christmas visit
by service to your parents and com
VOTEItM MAY HI-STItAIN IIOOH
Orogon voters may keep dogs
from running nt largo In any county
election precinct or city, by mujorlty,
voto nt any goneral or special olcc
tlon, points out Iloy It. Howott, ot
tho O. A. C. political sclcnco depart
ment. Tho voto will bo ordorod on
petition signed by 100 or moro legal
votara of county, 16 or moro of elec
tion Dreclnct. or 12 or moro of In
corporated town. If ownors allow
dogs to run nt largo unmuzzlod nf-
tor electors voto against It, thoy nro
subicct tn a flno of $10 for first
otfonco nnd $26 for anch succoodlng
otfonso. It Is tho duty of tho law
ontorclng officer to kill alt dogs
found at largo unmuzzlod.
(Chti. H. niora, raster)
CAUI) OF TIIANK8
Wo wish to thank our flondi and
neighbors for tholr klndnoss during
tho lllnoss nnd nt thu doath of our
son, nnd for tholr sympathy and
floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Klnio and son.
Wo nro In tho market for bnlod
timothy hay, feed oats and potatoes,
Must bo good quality and prices
right. Only products that will pass
Inspection at tlmo ot delivery will
bo accoptod. Mall quotations to
East Orogon Lumbor Company,
Entorprlso, Orogon. ' 848-3.
Thurlzto Erlcksou to Georgia Hull,
Lot 10, nik 297. Ontario. Oct. 26,
Trent Johnson ot ux to Wm. E.
Loos, Lots 6 and 7, Dlk, 7, Ontario,
Doc. 10, 1920. $3,000.00.
Mnrrlngti License Imuc1
Chan, P. Noth nnd Margarot Wat
ers. Doc. 13, 1920.
Clms. 11. Flock and Doris M.
Jamos. Dec. 14, 1920.
Will Jonon and 0lo Taylor, Dec.
Our Wish For. You
Christ, our Bavlour, born nt Chrlet-
in a s
was tho bright and morning star,
Light ot all tho coming ages,
In tho wondrous days nfar;
May a vision ot His glory
Do yours on this Christmas Day,
Lovo and Fnlth nnd truo dovotlon
Diets your llfo In every way.
Christmas Cantata, "Tho Christ
mas Mossago," Saturday night 7:30.
An offering for Fnmlno Sutfcrors
will bo taken.
BIbU School, 10: P. M.
Uoralng Worship, 11:19 A. M.
Tepic: "Whon Josus comes to Earth
Toung Peoples' Service, :8 P. M.
Oospel Service, 7:80, P. M.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:3 P.
Watch Night sorvlco Friday, 7:30
Itov. Mllo O. Dontly, Stato Evan
gelist boglna a special Evangoltsttc
mooting Jan. 2, 11:00 A. M, You
nro invltod to all ot thoso sorvlcos
-van.tEo untly ItoaOMtS.ovItJ
Tho Sunday School of tho llaptlst
Church will prosont a Christians
Cantata, ontltlod "Tho Christians
Mossago", nt tho Church on Satur
day night, to which nil aro Invltod.
O. E. Pollock of tho local otflco
of Eastorn Orogon Land Co, has
glvou slxtoen boves of candy to tho
Ontario Chaptor of Hod Cross for,
Murray nnd Carl Morton nnd tholr
fnmllloa woro horo from Old Forry
visiting rolatlvos and frlonds this
lit KHT 'e YNMIHJ' JrTF' ClSEl
'Tis Christmas Time that Bright and Happy
Season when all the World looks Beautiful.
We're printing this to let you know that
Our Best Wishes are added to those you have
already received, and w trust this will be the
Jolljest Christmas that you hava ever known.
u timnmtmmatmtiataann,Twrj wrrirtTTTT-r tui-rr r
First National Bank
We are slash
ing prices on
I mWwM I
As we still have a big stock of Christmas Goods on
hand, and not wishing to carry them over, have decided
to cut the prices and give you the benefit.
Our loss vill be your gain, so come to see our store
and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to
save some money on your Christmas buying.
All Leather Goods will be sold at 33 1-3 per cent off
All Dolls will be sold at 40 per cent off
This does not include kewpies
Buckskin Mocasins will be sold at 50 per cent off
Holiday Stationery will be sold at 10 per cent off
Fancy Perfumes and Perfume Sets will be sold at
10 per cent off
Christmas Books will be sold at 10 per cent off
Toilet Setsand Manicure Sets will be sold at 20 per cent off
All Pyrolin Ivory will be sold at 1Q per cent off
Prescriptions Our Specialty
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. We take this opportunity
to wish our custom
ers and friends
A Merry Christmas
A Happy New
E. A. Fraser