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THE ONTARIO AROUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1921
Havo Criuldock and wife, of 811
vlos, Oregon, who havo been vIbII
tng relatives in Ontario tlio past
weok, loft for homo Monday. Tlioy
wore uccompanlod homo by their
daughter, Miss Merle Craddock, who
has been staying at tho homo of her
grandfather, a, W. Howo, and at
tending tho Ontario High School,
Clitis. Homan vlsltod Uolso and
tho Arrow Hock dnm Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Chapman visited rela
tives and frlonda In Uolso this week.
W. I j. Olbson was hero from Nys
Hugh Allen and C. It. Scguluo
woro In Nyssn on uslnoss Friday.
Mrs. Harold Klco of Wclsor visi
ted Frod Itlco and family In On
Tho Ladles Aid of tho M. K.
church gavo a Rim onnot social at
tho homo of Mrs. A. I.. McDowoll
Thursday. Tho hostess was assist
od In ontcrtalnlng by Mrs. L. L.
Or. A. Q. Mooro was In Hunt
ington on professional business
Thursday of last weok.
Clinton I'lnncy, accompanied by
his mother, Mrs. C. U. I'lnncy nnu
sister, Mrs. W. Gwlnn, was In Dolso
sovcral days tho past weok.
Prod Ualloy loft Saturday for a
visit to Ills former homo In St.
Mrs. W. W. Wood roturncd Sun
day from Prnlrlo City whero sho
was called by tho Illness of her sis
tor. Or. nnd Mrs. C. U. Over nnd thrco
children of Uolso spent tho weok
end as guests at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. U. W. Powers.
Or. and Mrs. H. II. Whltnoy ino
torod to Uolso Wednesday.
S. S. Hill of Ocnd Ox Plat was
In Ontario Friday.
Frank Ilobncr of Chohnlls, Wash
ington, Is visiting relatives, tho Mcs
Tho Ontario Girls Club will bo
ontortalnod Tuesday ovonlng, May
24th at tho homo of Mrs. II. II.
Whltnoy by tho women who nro as
sociate members of tho club.
Mrs. Jean otto Evans loft Sunday
for Kmmott for a visit with hor
brother I. J. Dickson and family,
after which sho leaves for an ox
tended trip to Illinois and Indiana
to visit relatives.
Kvorctt Watts of Uolso, n former
schoolmato of Wynno nnd Herbert
Luscomho, was a guost at tho Lus
combo homo In Ontario Sunday.
Uosslo, tho second daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hums, Is seriously
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wobstor of Uolso
wero visiting their brother, Minor
Wobstor nnd family In Ontario Sun
day. Mr. and MrB. J. It. Hlncknhy
drovu to Homodalo Friday.
Mrs. W. T. Poohnmus of Port An
golus Wash., accompanied by hor
daughter, Mrs. Frank Sullivan ar
rived Friday for a visit with hor
son and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. O.
A baby girl nrrlvcd-Saturdny nt
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Wllmcr
Mrs. L. Adam wont to St. An
thony Falls tho ond of tho wook to
get tho Infant daughters of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Sprnguo Adam and bring them
to Ontario for a whllo. Mrs.
Sprnguo Adam Is recuporatlng from
au oporntlon for appendicitis,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lotsoti nnd
Or. nnd Mrs. II. H. Whitney tnotor
od to Parma Sunday nnd had dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. liny Wilson.
Mrs. Honry Griffin nnd Mrs. Hoy
Ilrolthnupt loft Tuesday for linker
to attend tho convention of secre
taries of tho Hod Cross Chapter In
custom. Oregon. They oxpect to ro
Claudo SenBotnnn loft Monday for
his homo at Tlppecanoo City, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Mndden roturn
cd Thursday from Doulah whoro
Mr. Madden has been employed on
a ranch. Thoy will Uvo this sum
mer on McPhorson Island.
Mrsf John Uorvln returned this
wook from a visit nt Baker with
tho II. L. IIosb family. Mrs. Iloss
has boon In very poor health but
hor condition has improved so that
sho was taken to Hot Lnko Thurs
day. Mrs. Ooorgo Joffroy Is down from
Dolso visiting her parents, Mr. nnd
MrB. C. P. Cummlugs. Mrs. Cum
tilings, who has been quite 111, has
Mrs. Geo. Modlno arrived this
wook from Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Mr.
Modlno is omployod nt tho Fifor
Mrs. Noll Dcdfqnl spout Sunday
In Dolso, tho guost of Mrs. Clnra
Mrs. John Mndden nnd daughtor
Mabot loft Saturday for their homo
Arthur Mooro of Parma attonded
A dinner was glvo'n nt tho Con
grogntlonnl Church Wednesday
ovonlng in honor of tho orchestrn
as many of thorn nro leaving for tho
llov. Glllnndora wont to Wolsor
Mondny to moot n stato offlcor of
Sunday School work.
Sonfo of those who attondod tho
bnBoball gamo at Kmmott Sunday
woro Mr. "and Mrs. J. 11. Dlncknby,
Mrs. Earl Illackaby, Miss Lnvlnu
Smith, Miss Knthorlno Kohout, Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. C. Va rotten, Dr. C.
M. Tyolr, nnd Mr. and Mra. Frod J.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Socoy nnd
family drovo to Cnldwoll Sunday
taking Loo Hobor homo.
Miss Lillian Townscnd ontortaln
od tho Girls Sowing Club Snturdny
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Keofo spoilt
Sunday with tho L. L. Hlckox fam
ily at Caldwell.
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A charcoal pebble cork in
sulated refrigerator A life
time food saver. Buy it
during the month of May
$1.50 down, $2.00 week. We
have all sizes.
H. L. PETERSON
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jjinoieum prices nave drop
ped 15 to 25 per cent
$2.00 inlaid for $1.45
IU0 inlaid for 2.40
2.05 inlaid for 1.95
Printed linoleum $1.10 to
$1.40.. Felt Base goods 65c
Breakfast; sets are not only
fif a fud but they save lots of
work and worry for tho
house wife, then it is much
more pleasent eating out on
your .summer porch these
hot days. We have them
$1 7.00 Up
Rugs with prices in keeping
with the times
$145.00 9x12 Wilton Rugs
$105.00 9x12 Wilton Rugs
$70. 9x12 Axminister Rugs
$08. 9x12 Axminister Rugs
$50.00 9x12 Brussels Rugs
$'41.00 9x12 Brussels Rugs
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William & Mary Period Dining Set in Brown Mahogany; 51 inch buf
fet, no mirror; 48 inch table top, G ft. extension; five straight chairs
and one arm chair, covered in blue Spanish leather. Regular $204.00
set for $197.50 if taken before first of .rune.
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. LAUNDRY QUEEN WASHER
Laundry Queen the three way
washer, does your washing, rins
ing and bluing, without a change
of water, tilt tub so as to drain.
Belt and motor fully concealed,
uses less power than any other ma
chine, makes less noise. Copper or
wood tub. Sold on ea.sv terms.
Buffets that are well designed, are attractive and havo that touch of
individuality that you do not find in tho cheap class of furniture, wo
have them priced from $w5 lO $60
Straight Ihie Ivory En
amel Bed, with sanitary
steel rail construction.
Sanitary White Porcelain
hardwood base, white enam
eled top, 28x42. Special,
$1.00 down, $1.00 week
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Mako every sun exposed porch a
cool shady nook. Equip them with
Aerolux Ventilating Porch Shades.
Keep tho hot sun out, lot the coo'l
brcezo in. Reduce temperature 10
degrees. Wo carry a completo line
of theso popular beautiful, durable
"More Home to the House"
Will make 'good allowance
for your old range in trade
for a now one. We have
several good second hand
ones and are making some
special low prices on four
ranges wo nro closing out.
For Crowded Home A bed
Davenport. Must ovoryono's
sleep bo spoiled by crowd
ing together when unex
pected compnny comes?
Must you apologize for your
inability to entertnin out-of-town
guests? A Bed Daven
port will put an end to your
worries. Priced as low as
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