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limsday and Friday, Jan. 6 &
Buster Keaton Comedy Too
Played Boise Five Days to Enthusiastic Audiences
MARKET DAY AUCTION SALE
SAT., JAN. 15
Wo will want some Chickens, Harness, Wagons, 1 or 2 Cars,
Spuds,? Onions, Corn (In sacks) and about 5 good Milch Cows
! Also will have a span ot 2 years old Horse Colts, one 3 year
old Filly, Bomo smooth mouthed Horses, somo machinery, lnclud-
Ing one new (last (all) Jno. DeerDlnded, Canned fruit and the us
' Bring In your stuff by 11; 30 so wo can arrange It.
, Come In and get a date for your Publlo Itanch Sale you are
jolng to have lator. You will find It hard to date a good auc
tioneer soon, dates will be taken that you want.
COL. WILMER TAYLOR,
ORAL HUE RECOVERING
FROM SERIOUS ILLNESS
Oral Hlto, oldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. ltudolph Hlto, who has been
sorlouBly 111 for tlio pnst two wooks,
of hemmorago of tlio bowels, neces
sitating a consultation of tlio nttond
Ing physician, Dr. Sarazon ot Nyssa,
with Dr. Payno of Ontario, la now
reported to bo slowly gaining tlio
his Ufa wnn almost despaired of for
sovoral days. Llttlo Dorothy Hlto,
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hlto, was so 111 Saturday night with
whooping cough spasms that Dr. Sar
azon was callod. Several of the
neighbors nro helping tlio Hlto fam
ily In tholr battlo with Illness and
It Is slncoroly hoped they will como
Mrs. Prod Kllngback, Owyhee
Sunday School Superintendent gavo
a party Wednesday evening at which
pockot testaments Including tlio
Psalms wore awarded to all who
had momorlzed tlio Ten Commnnd
monts, Tlio Apostles Creod, The
Lord'B Prayer nnd tho New Testa
ment Commandments. Thoso who
rocolvod testaments wore: Mrs. Fred
Kllngback, Mrs. Esther Frlnr, Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Blgolow, tho Misses
Marlon Lowe, Mlldrod Dollord, Jun
nlta nigolow, Kuby Bradley, Evelyn
DoBord, Elba Pulton, Alta Bradtoy
nnd Mastors Kenneth McDonnld, Or
vlllo nigolow, John Blgolow and
Oornld DoBord. Fifteen In nil. Any
ono else who wishes to earn a testa
mont has only to learn tho required
passages nnd roclto thorn letter per
fact to tho superintendent. After
tho examinations a Jolly evening was
spent. Mrs. Friar nnd Mr. Kllng
back participated In a plo-oatlng
race, tho oatlng to bo dono without
any assistance from tho hnnds. Mrs.
Friar won by about ono bite. Mar
lon Lowo nnd Mrs. Blgolow tied on
a candy oatlng raco. Other onjoy
nhlo gamos woro played nnd refresh
ments of fruit salad, cookies and
cocoa woro sorvod by tho hostess nf
tor which tho guests dopnrtcd, vot
ing tho Kllngbncks royal ontortnln
ore. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Wosl ontor
talnod at dlnnor on Christmas, Mr,
and Mrs. A. W. Huckor nnd children,
Wnyno nnd Opal of Harper, who
spont sovoral days thoro. Miss Crys
tal West a tonchor of English In
tho Twin Falls High School, who Is
spending tho holiday vacation at
homo nnd Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mc
Connol nnd baby woro prcsont.
Thoro was also a family rounlon at
tho W. W. Smith homo on Christ
mas, thoso prcsont bolng, Mr. and
Mrs. Claudo Smith and baby Vivian,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln McOlnnls and
son Jamos, nnd sons Cocll and Leon
Tho annual oloctlon of Sunday
School teachors nnd officers wns hold
Sunday, Mrs. Martha I). Kllngback
was ro-oloctod suporlntondont, Mrs.
Eathor Frlnr, trcaauror and corre
sponding socrotary, Miss Mlldrod Do
Bord, rocordlng socrotary nnd Miss
Junnlta Blgolow pianist. Mrs. 8. D.
Blgolow was oloctod Blblo Class
toachor? Mrs. Chnrlotto McOlnnls
was ro-oloctod toachor ot class No.
3. W. W. Smith, who has boon
toachor of class no. 2 for a number
of years was ro-oloctod and Mrs,
Bell Bradloy was ro-oloctod toachor
of tho Primary Departmont.
Miss Marlon Lowo was a guost at
a Now Yoar's watch party at the
Kingman home In the Kolony. Fri
day oventng romalnlng thero until
Saturday whon she was a guost at
a luncheon at tho Overstreet homo
and at anothor social affair In tho
afternoon In honor of Mrs. Oyor
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plnkston and
chlldron, Vlolot, Ruth and Bruce
woro guosts to Christmas dinner at
tho J. S. Plnkston homo In Nyssa.
The Olascock Bros, sold their hay
last wook to H. Waltors, J. P. Mc
Olnnls and Claude Smith also sold
Earl, Mori, Keith and Kenneth
Kygar have been quite HI with bad
colds tho past week.
Tho sheep ot Jenkins and McLean
and Jack McConnoll are feodlng on
tho McConnell ranch.
Charlie Cantrell, of Emmott, was
called to the Hlto home tho first ot
the week on account of tho Illness
of Oral Hlto.
Mr, and Mrs. Archlo Sinclair and
children motored to Ontario Tues
day where they had somo dental
work done. They returned home
"Johnny" Gordon's sheep nro be
ing fed on the Chaa. Bradloy ranch.
Mrs. Ed. Hlto and chlldron and
Andrew Hlto, ot Bliss, Idaho, were
guests tho first of tho week at the
Ray Cantrell home.
Miss Laura Beebo and Cleve Friar
who spent the holidays at the Friar
home returned to their homes In
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Bradloy visit
od at tho Lowo homo Wednesday
Joo Mendlola- spont tho holidays
with his brother Vlcontl nnd family
at tholr homo near Mitchell Butto.
Somo of tho Stanflold sheep nnd
cnttlo nro feodlng on tho Ben Smith
Oscar Plnkston, who Is now mak
ing his homo In Lowlston, Idaho,
with his slstor, Mrs. Maudo Cantrell
nnd his dnughter Pearl who Is at
L1XJION LKGIHLATIO.V SOUGHT
Amorlcan Legion legislation lino
been drawn up In sovoral depart
ments for presentation to legisla
tures. In lown tho Legion legisla
tive commltteo will put forward n
bill to punish persons wearing tho
Amorlcan emblem without authority.
Other Ion a hilts Included provide n
stnto bonus of $lfi n month during
service, nnd legalized boxing con
tests. Tho Arkansas legislative com
mltteo hns n bill for converting tlio
tondlng high school thero, wns In old stnto capltol building Into a
Owyhee on business n fow days last I memorial. Tho Indlnna department
wook. will press legislation permitting vot-
II. Wnltors nnd E. F. Pratt mciiB' ernns to hnvo tholr honornblo dls
urod tho Olascock hay Wodncsdny. charges recorded by county officials
Honry Coleman who hns bean nt- freo of cliargo. A mcasuro will bo
tondlng high school in Ontario Is Introduced Into tho Minnesota login-
Visiting at tho Geo. Olascock homo.
Vivian, tho Infant daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Claude Smith, wns qulto
ill Inst week, but Is hotter now.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Pratt had ns
guosts to Christmas dinner tho
MossrH. Harva and Wilbur Otis,
Frank Stcen nnd Ooo. Olascock.
Mr. and Mrs. T.- M. Lowo nnd
lntura making Armlstlco Day a stnto
You are Invited to attend tho ro
vlval mcotlngs at tho Ilaptlst church,
conducted by Stnto Evangelist Mlln
O. Ucntly. Tho attendnnco is good.
daughter Marlon woro guests at thol!"10"".1 '. " wIh ovory mcot
Bradloy homo Now Year's evening
F. L. DoBord wont to Bert Rob
ing. A chorus hns been orgnnl'ed
nnd Is doing good work. Rov. Ilnit-
orts' plnco In tho Bend Wednesday, y ,w,, ,,ol,u 8lnRB nn'1 P'".
whoro ho got n load of corn. Icn,,B tho choru,, T10"0 not ftt,pml-
Bruce Wnltors and Eugene Pratt llnK thcs0 mcctlK" "o missing a
Jr. took a small bunch of cnttlo to " trT' MM"nf? ovor "W'' l
tho McKnlght ranch out from Vnlo, l,7!30'tt 8,u,,JccJ1 Ir',,ny n'Rhl' ' '"
bringing back somo of tho Waltors """, .. , .. .
and Pratt rnttln which !,,! l,nn '"K1"' "1 Cn- BY, 10 A
M. Sundny School, 11 A. M. Preach
ing by tho Kvnngollst. 2:30 P M.,
Children nnd Young Pooplo's Meet
ing. No child or young porson should
miss this. Bo Hiiro to bo thoro,
Parents como nnd bring the family
Sundny evening nt 7:30, Song Ser
vice followed by sormon on, "Pitch
ing Our Tents." Monday ovcnlng.
tho Evangelist will glvo n lecture
Scats Free. You Comol
and Pratt cattlo which had born
brought thoro nftcr tho fall round
up In exchange.
T. M. Lowo is suffering with n
Bovoro cold this wcok.
Mlssos Ruby and Alta Bradloy
spont Thursday night with tho Do
Bord girls going with thorn to visit
tho Kolony school Frldny.
Honry Coleman visited nt tho
Hendricks homo with his brother
Mr. and Mrs. Ooo. Olnscocic nnd
chlldron wont to Ontario Saturday,
Miss Marlon Lowo, who spont tho
holiday vacation with her parents
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. M. Lowo roturnod
to Walla Walla, Washington the
first of tho wcok, whoro sho will ro
sumo hor studios as a Sophomoro nt
Davy Waltors hns been hauling
hay to his falhor's dry ranch In tho
Kolony for snoop from tho DoBord
Tkt Argui wait uJs will sell your
arm product or ytur : hand
Como to tho Rovlval.
L1X1IO.V NOW HAH 10,000 POHTH
Tho Amorlcan Legion will enter
1021 with practically 10,000 posts,
according to tho pstlmatos basod on
tho latest figures. During tho weok
ending Docombcr 10 flftoon now
posts woro added, which brought tho
total to 0,030. Arkansas lod with
throo posts. Tho Women's Auxil
iary In tho samo pcrtod ohtalnod
twonty-sovon now units, raising Its
list to 1,C80. Four now units gnlnod
by tho Now York Donartmont, plac
ed that doportmont In tho load for
tho wook. Fnrolgn posts addod ro
cently aro at Chuqulcamnta, Chllo,
and Quatomala City, Guatemala.
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Como to tho Rovlval.
FOR RENT Houso partly fur
about 1 M mites west ot Ontario.
Mrs. E. F. Chcnault, Phono 206-R-2.
LOST IJctweon Onturlo and Pay
ette, a hint and gray portlsro. Find
FOR HALE: Corn ll.CO, delivered.
Barley, Hay. Phono 204-R. 2 mllos
west ot Ontnrlo. John Molonnr. G-fl p
Aro you going? Whoro? To tho
BREACHY ESTRAY Cnmo to
my placo Octobor IbI, 1020, rod
holfor branded J R on right hip.
Doublo dulnp on brisket. Owner cnu
I hnvo samo by paying for nd nnd 'food
bill. Hownrd Tomplo, Sft miles
NorthwoHt of Ontario on Trousdnlo
"IHOi: OF DRMTINY"
II. II. WARNER
8tory of Poverty nnd Wonltli
A Robertson-Colo Production
Comody "Should a Husband Toll."
"Dice of Destiny"
H. B. WARNER
The Screen's Beau Brummel
A man's man. A woman's hero.
A dignified, polished star in a role
made to order.
Jimmie Doyle, ex-jewel thief, plays
square and goes straight.
A human, sympathetic heart-winning
part, distinctive and com
pelling. Saturday only