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THE ONTAlUO AROUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920
Whlto many friends thin Chrlst
Bend greetings Reed and truo
Why not add, to nil thoy say
Your own sincere "Mb Too."
Tour friends and relatlvon would
apprcclato hoar In ic your yoIcs
and receiving a cherry message.
Our lines will carry your mcsiage
to your friends and lorid on,
far or naar.
Malheur Home Telephone
J. A. LAKNESS
Vlee-PrflIfnt and Genrral Manager.
McDowell Company, Inc.
J. O. rtiUUbnum A Hugh Alien
Undertaking and Embalming
IJccnucd In Oregon, Idaho, Washington
IHineral conducted from the Home, Chapfil, -or tlto Churrli of
PROMPT flHHVIOK, NO DISTANCE TOO FAR
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DEAD OX FLAT NEWS
ROADS ON DEAD OX FLAT
ALMOST IMPASSABLE NOW
Engineers Working on Proponed Cut
off on Old OriKon Trail Section
of Coltimhln Htvcr Highway
Other Slope News
Tlio now houso on tho Ed Lauor
ranch Is nearly complotod.
Mrs. 0. A. Karat was an Ontario
Mr. Llndsoy, tor.clior In Park
School took tho Co. Examinations
at Vale Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. Mr. Durrell, teaching In Mb
Ml Wilton of Ontario holpod tho
ladles servo a hot lunch to tho child
ron of Park School last Tuesday
noon, and was prceont at tho Com
munity meeting Tuesday ovcnlng
whon tho inattor of continuing tho
work was consldord.
The roads nro still In such bad
condition tho minister was unablo
to cotno from Pnyotto for sorvlco
Sunday. Tho Sunday School nttend
anco Is vory good.
The past wook Mr. Joyco, tho
County Road Master, and four help
ers wore doing survey work on tho
Highway through tho Lauor, Simp
son and Lattlg lands.
Mrs. Hoy Cram, who was qulto
111 tho past wook Is Improving.
Itaymond Outterrldgo Is homo
from his school work In Wolsor for
a two wooks Xmas vacation.
Tho children or tho Park Sunday
School and day school will hold a
comblnod Xmas ontortalnmont at
tho school houso Thursday ovonlng.
Mrs. Sklppon and auttorrldgo woro
callers at tho Campbell and Drown
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The Grange will give a
dance next Wednesday night
at the Grange hall.
E3TIIAV Sovoral wooks ago
thoro camo to my placo on Doad Ox
Flat a rod holfor. Sho has no horns
and would weigh fully 000 pounds,
lias no vlilblo branding mark. Own
er can claim samo by paying costs
of advertising and food. O. W. Lot
tlg, Payette, Idaho It. F. D. No. 3.
FOIl BALB 1 IHack Walnut
Drcssor, noarly now, 1 Hooslor
Kltchon Cabinet, noarly now. Sovoral
pairs now Woolon Illankots. Many
otlior Itotns good sorvlcoablo uton
tils, 11. C. Smith, Mooro Hotel.
1. Finished Work .
2. Finished Family Service
3. Rough Dry
4. Tumble White
Finished Family Service-
THIS is the complete service for the entire family
nothing ieCt for you to do but to untie the package
and put the goods away.
WE first do your bundle by our Rough Dry method at
our regular Rough Dry price.
THEN we pick' out the starched pieces and iron these.
We charge for this by the hour.
OUR ironers use twenty-five pound drag-irons and large
steam-heated garment presses wherever practical.
The work is done so speedily that the chargo is brought
YOUR flat-work has already been ironed in the Rough
Dry, and your soft goodB are Tumbled so that, they
are ready to wear, thus the ironing f the starched pieces
makes a complete service.
SOFTENED WATEIl-PEUMUTIT SYSTEM
Here's to you the good people of Ontario
who hava made this the merriest of all Christmases
.for this store and its employes by doing your shop
ping early during our epoch making sale.
May th day bo as merry and bright to you
aa it is to us, and may the New Year bring you joy,
sunshine and prosperity.
Rader Bros. Co
Ontano Winter Chautauqua
December 29,30,31, January 1 and3 f
FIVE WONDERFUL EVENINGS
Musical Treats, Inspirational and
Entertainments given under the auspices of The
Ontario W. C. T. U. Features iurnished by
Ellison - White Lyceum Bureau,
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WEDNESDAY, DEOEMI1ER 20
A Joyous Hash ot Music;
Monolqguoj, Sketches and Im
personations. They are "Different"
THURSDAY, DEOEMUEH SO
A Lecturer of Exceptional
Power and Insight Into Prouont
. Prosslng Problems
F1UDAY, DEOEMUEH 31
A Musical "High-Light"
A Lyrlo Soprano,
A Musical Treat
SATURDAY, JANUARY I
J. C. HERBSMAN
A Lecturer with a Punch
Former Professor of Publlo Speak-,
tngat UriWerslty of Washington
A World Travellor,
A Dralny Forceful Speaker
AN EVENING IN
Native Maori Singers from New
Tho First Company ot Its ktud erer
brot to America
Doauttful Music, Bewitching Danced,
An Interesting lecture on the Cus
toms ot far oft New Zealand
Buy Your Season Tickets Now
Save 100 per cent
ADULTS BEABON TICKET, $8,00 AND WAIl TAX
CHILD'S SEASON TICKET, 1.00 AND WAR TAX
SINdLE ADMISSION FIRST, THIRD AND FIFTH EVENINGS.
77 CENTS AND 8 CENTS WAR TAX
SECOND AND FOURTH EVENINGS, 30 CENTS & H CENTS WAR TAX-
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