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TILE 0JHTAK10 AKO US, ONTARIO, OJtEGON, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1920.
OWYHEE TURKEYS COME TO
ONTARIO FOR CHRISTMAS
Ilud ModccK Is tho now Vnquorro
Iloss of this Agency Division. nutJ
has Just latoly returned from a cnt
tlo drlro to Wlnnomuccn, Novndn.
DIM Jonos accotnpanlod htm.
MIns Alva Arnold of Ontario visit
ed hor aunt, Mrs. J. S. Smith of this
Poto nond loft tho Agency ranch
this wook for a trip to Vnlo nnd tho
II. N. TIllotBon of Iloulnh Is very
III, It Is reported ho Is BUfforlng
from dypthorln, Dr. Hedges Is In his
Tlio Kimball Mat school closed Mr nnd MrB' ' '' "nord motor'
Friday. Tho children roto a Xmas' "'I t0 Ontario Tuosday with a Ford
ontertnlnmont nnd n largo Xmns box ,0BtI ot turkeys for the Christmas
with gifts for Ml. Tho tenchor, Miss . Hnrkot.
Alllo Slator loft this week to spend' Horn; to Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Huff
tho holidays In Holso Idaho. man on Docombor II, 1020 a baby
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. It. Clark, daughter.
a girl weighing 8 lbs. on December) Tho totoDhono lino which has boon
Comings And doing of Owyhcii
Folks Show Actlvo Community
Life -Mnny Visitors There
Joo Llllard and Mrs. Cathcrlno
Stockton woro united In marriage In
linker, Oregon on December first.
Mr. and Mrs. Llllard aro a( Portland
visiting frlonds and rolatlves. Tboy
oxpoct to roturn horn the first of
Harry Ctondonen has beon In
Drewsey tho past week ronowlng ac
quaintances with old friends.
Mrs. II. J. Clark rocolved her ap
pointment as post mistress of tho
Drewsey post office on Decombor 1,
L. V, Ilrodflold has boon passing
thru Drewsey onroutn to tho Lamb
ranch with a load of supplies from
tho Agency ranch quite often.
Itay and Orln McMullon aro haul
ing posts for tho P. L. 8. Company
to tho Kimball Flat ranch.
Milton Davis brought Mrs. A. II.
Plpos In his car to tho Harry Clark
ranch Tuosday of this wook.
Tho Kimball Flat School olghth
graders nro getting ready for the
olghth grado history examination to
ho given In January.
Jim Murphy camo ovor from Ilou
lnh ono day last week for a bunch
of cattlo horo, ho also stoppod over
nigni ni inn homo or his slstor, Mrs.
Mrs. A. II. Altnow la reported sor
lously 111 at this writing.
out of commission for tho past wook
was ropatred by T. M. Lowe Thurs
day, who found somo tangled wires
near tho Cantrnll ranch. Several
poles woro down near Ilradloy's, cut
ting thorn oft entirely.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Schwolzer nnd
daughter Dolla motorod to Ontario
Saturday whero thoy woro tho over
night guests of Mr. Fula Thompson,
returning Sunday afternoon,
Miss 'Laura Iloobo, who teaches at
Dallas Orogon arrived Baturday to
spend her Christmas vacation with
hor slstor, Mrs. Esther Frlor.
Mr. and Mrs. Ooo. Olascock and
family woro Nyssa visitors Monday.
Mlssos Monna and Nina Smith
spont tho wook end In Nyssa with
tholr grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. P.
M. Dlnkloy. i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Kllngback and
daughtor, Doris, nnd Mrs. T. M.
Lowo motorod to Ontnrlo Wednes
day, whero Mr. and Mrs. Kllngback
had somo dontnl work dono.
Josso and Elba Pullon woro supper
guests at tho Illgolow homo, Sunday
T. M. Lown and Win. fllonn at
tondod tho Farm Ilureau meeting at
Cairo Wodnosday at which a hay
growors association was organized to
confor with stockmen.
Wm. Poutz, Fred 8ntvoly, Andy
Hanson and doorgo Kroth went to
valo Wednesday. Fred Snlvoly ro-
turnod homo from Juniper Moun
tain whoro ho has boon trapping
Andy Hanson loft Saturday for
Uma, Arizona, whoro ho Intonds to
work in tho mines this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Pullon and
chlldron, Clarenco, Wlltna and Viola
visited Sunday at tho Wni. McNary
homo near Mitchell Dutto.
Mrs. Robert Daldwln visited hor
mother, Mrs. Mcintosh from Wod
nosdny to Friday.
Tho Owyhco P. T. A. held their
rogular monthly mooting at tho
school houso, Friday afternoon. Thoy
nro planning an cntortnlnmont to bo
glvon In Janunry to ralso monoy for
tho little Fronch boy, Plorro Hardin,
whom thoy havo bcon supporting for
sovornl yonrs. Tho P. T. A Is nlso
planning to show lanlorn pictures
entitled "Tho Llfo of Christ" soon.
Clarenco Doftord was ovor from
his homo nonr Homodalo Thursday
and Friday for a short visit with
his brother Frank nnd family.
Tho Union Sunday School took up
a collection Sundny to bo sont to
starving aufforors In China and Ar
menia. It was also voted to Includo
tho missionary monoy from tho
birthday Jar", tho total to bo equal
ly divided botwoon tho two.
Mr. t Friar is a guest during mo
holidays ot his brother Frank Friar
Ilovorond W. F. Shlolds held tho
monthly sorvico at tho school-homo
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Kllngback and
family, accompanied by tho Mlssos
Mlldrod and Evelyn DoUord did
somo Christmas shopping In Ontnrlo
Miss Dorothy Culver Is a now pu
pil In tho school.
Archlo Slnclnlr sold a cow and
two calvas to Dr. Smith ot tho Kol
ony last wook. Mr. Sinclair Intonds
to go on tho road ns soliciting ngent
for tho McConnon Co. tho first ot
Mrs. W. F. Prltchott, principal of
tho Kolony school, and children, Wil
son, Harbara and Snyder spont
Thursday at tho DoHord homo.
McEvons. who nurchasod 8. D.
nigelow's hay took tholr snoop thoro
to fcod lost week.
4- lj rMB
lto8p. m $1.25
AT LESS THAN IT COST
Ken In Old New York Tho Average
Unto Wns .3 Cent under Aver
age Production Cost
Orogon Agricultural college, Cor
vallls, Doc. Llko many Oregon
newspaper in on n Now York publish
er found It hard to bring his nd
vortlslng ratos up to cost of produc
tion plus ronsonnblo profit. Ho had
Ida plant surveyed by T, II. Alvord
of Livonia, assisted by tho Port Pub
lishing company, and this Is what
Tho pnpor Is publlshod In n town
of 1J)00. It Is nn olght-pago, six
column wcokly, opornted by tho own
er and two othor men.
In tho first nlno months ot this
yenr 60 porcont ot tho spneo carried
paid advertising nt tho avorago rate
of 17.9 conts por column Inch. In
July subscription was Jumpod from
$1.60 to $2.00, In nn nttompt to
mnko ends moot. Even nt that, tho
10C0 subscriptions nnd tho 37 col
umns ot advertising, aggrogntlug
$S03G.G6 por year, fallod to produce
This papor was told to udvanco Its
rato to an avorago of 18.2 conts por
column Inch to broak ovon, allowing
tho ownor's sMnry, ront, Intorcst and
It was found that tho actual cost
ot producing tho advertising Itself
wns 14.4 conts por column Inch, nnd
this mado no provision for carrying
tho cost ot printing tho nows and od
Mortals. "Advertising and circulation nro
tho only sourcos ot lncomo for tho
nowspnpor," says tho roport," "and
Inasmuch as circulation lncomo Is
novor nnywhoro nonr tho cost of
producing tho nvorago country wook-,
ly, tho deficit must bo mot by tho on- '
ly othor source ot lncomo that of
(Tho facts of this story aro tnkon
from Tho Sorvico Shoot, Issuod bv
tho Now York 8tato collogo of agri
culture, Cornoll, for Doc. 1920.)
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Pineapple Fritter and Sweet Sauce V
Dressed Lettuce and Cheese Straws '
Roast Young Turkey, Giblet Dressing and Cranberry Jelly
Roast Young Goose and Potato Stuffing
Roast Prime Rib3 of Beef, au jus
Duchess Potatoes Lily of the Valley Corn
Southern Sweets Fronch Peas
English Plum Pudding and Brandy Sauce
Bluebird Special Sharbet and Fancy Cakes
Fruits ' Nuts After-Dinner Mints
Comor Idaho Avo. and 2nd St. N. W
(D. J. Qtllandors, Pastor)
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M
Proachlng, 11:00 A. M 8ubject:
Christian Kndonvor, 0-30, P M.
Preaching) 7:30, P, M.
Pilgrims landing In America, 8toro
Dlblo Study, Tuesday 7:00 P. M.
Wook of Prayer. Jan. 2nd to 9th.
Subjects: Influenco and Example.
A Wholo Llfo for Christ
Tho Fruit ot Indecision.
Tho Ore.it Decision.
The Cnll of tho Othor
Pilot Is 0 root Question
You aro ospoclally Invited to th
Christmas Program Xmas Eve to
begin nt 7:30 P. M. No Charge, ex
cept an offorlng which will be taken
to help tho starving children of the
noar Bast, Everybody eomo to heln
I tho starving millions out of our
Everybody como and help, what
you give holps to sava "another
WIUi Modern Scientific Optical Instruments
Your Children's Eyes, tut well u tlio Older Poi-sou's
Am Bnfo In Our Cars
Nw ckargrs except whero ProfctfNlimal Hervlces nrs desired
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It. J. A. Mcl'ALL Eyi-slght Specialist
Offle: Blaokuby Juwslry Htors Ontario, On-gsH
10 A. M. Sunday School.
11 A. M. Proachlng,
"Striking LUo's Ilalanco Sheet."
6:48 P. M. Epworth League.
7:30 P. M. Illustrated Lecture, A
wonderful sot of Pictures presenting
a Study of tho Church In Ruial Sections.
UNITED ritESIlYTKIUAN CHUHCII
10:00, nibla School
Lessen: "Tho Kingdom of Heaven
11:00. Worship. Sormon Subloct
"A Visitor from Heavon".
8'4S, Young Pooplo's Meetlne.
LosBon Subject: "A purpose moot
7:30 Christmas Exercises.
Unforeseen contingencies havo fore-
staiioa completing tho preparations
ot tho entire Cantata of which an
nouncement has boon made. Tho
music will bo used,
W. REED w. JOHNSON
BLACKSMITH FIT SHOES
Sent Parcel Post
No. 1-2, per set
No. 3-4, per set - 1
No. 5-6, per set
ORDER: SHARP, BLUNT, PLAIN
Box 647, Ontario, Oregon
ann ok thanks
We sincerely thank our friends
and the Masonic Lodge for their
sympathy and kindness during tho
illness and death ot our beloved -hus
band and father.
Mrs. N. C. Long,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Parker,
Mr and Mrs, Harvey Long,
Mr. and Mrs. Crltty Lang.
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rhons ICJ -Itesldencv
Plun liaj .
H. 11. Caldwell
HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Llcennsd to Traotlm in Onxnn
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tiinltjnil Fnclnrrr '
Member of Amor lot u Assoclntlau
Bower systsais. water worko, psve-
ssenta, ssscrets dr-olen, axrss-
Ments. offlcs systscss
ill Tilford Bldf., PortJans!. Oregon
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