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ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1922
hm,M frit" S
f.e l wl A" if
you give us
your Spring Suit
If in exchange we repay
you with the most liberal
new clothes proposition a
man ever carried home?
Will vou in other w
buy your favorite magazine
for April in February if we
jive you a Value that will
)e as scarce as hens teeth
Our Sprine Suits are here
quite naturally we are
We can and will save you
monoy if you'll spend some
of yours in February for a
suit that you will have to
buy before Easter anyway.
It's a special price
not a sale understand
but a whale of an early
FARM CONDITION AIRED AT
WELL ATTENDED MEETING
Intellljnt Kffrt ..Needed ( Boho
ProlileiiiH 1. T. A. Meeting Con
Meiers "Children', welfnro"
Kolon)- News Nots
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Sclinfcr visit
ed Sunday with Mrs. Leo Schnfor,
of NysMi, who Is seriously 111.
Miss Ituby Moros who In nttond
Hlch school In Ontario, spont tho
wook end with homo folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Mnrtln en-
tcrtnlnod a numbor of friends nt
dinner last Sunday.
tttmi I v. onuniHBiuiicr icaii nna n. u.
win you crive us conk,n woro bucsu nt th " iu
UTumuuui iiuiiiu itiuiiuu uvuiiing.
Tho 1. T, A. moating wns excep
tionally well nttcndod Friday after
noon, and about ton now mouthers
added. After n short business sos
slon, a Child Wolfnro program was
Klven. As a pnrt of tho program
Win. Jurrlcs of Parma, played sov-
oral solcctlonB on a Hrunswlck.
Tho I. T. A. Is considering tho pur-
clmso of so mo such Instrument for
tho school nnd community, nnd ap
preciated Mr. Jurrlcs demonstra
. I II1U UdllUUI JUIIIk kUIUUIUtlUII Ul I
Will yOU in Other WOrdS, to blrthdnys of Mr. C. E. Peck,
stroot, occurod Sunday when Mrs.
It. It. Ovcrstrcot and Mrs. Mntirlco
Judd ontnrtalncd nt dinner. Music
nnd visiting consumed tho nftor
noon. Cororn wero laid for olght.
A numbor of friends called during
tho nttornoon to congrntulato tho
A largo attondtneo from tho Kol-
onk, as welt ns from Dig Horn! nnd
Owyhee Indicated tho Interest In
this section In matters concerning
rnnchors, when tho Farm Ilureau
placed on trlnl "Old UndcHlrnblo
Agricultural Conditions" In Judgo
Oak's court In tho Klngmnn Kolony
school hotiso Monday ovonlng. Mr
12. 11. Conklln and Thoa. Clngett, at
torneys for tho prosecution nnd Mr,
I It. llrlothnunt and 1 T Morgan,
nttornoyH for tho defenso, nnd It. II.
Overstreet acting ns rlork of court.
A very fair and roprosontntlvo Jury
returned n verdict of guilty. If wo
mny judgo by tho Interest shown In
tho oronlng'n proceedings In mom
bars added to tho Farm Ilureau,
and from tho gonurnl fooling that co
operation and Intolllgont working of
tho farmers' problems Is tho only
thing that will snvo tho fnrmor;
thon wo may look for n dlfforont
vordlct for "Old Mnn Agrlculturo"
In this section, In tho noxt fow years.
At tho closo of tho session tho ro
turns showed closo to 100 por cent
momborshlp for tho Farm Ilureau.
H. I). Conklln gavo nn Intorostlng
lllustratod comparison of values of
dlfforont farm crops. Two musical
numbers woro rondored by Mrs. 15.
M. Karst, Mrs. Urlothaupt accom
panying. A story by Mr. Claggot
nnd Orchestra nurabors by tho
High school orchestra addod to tho
ploasuro of tho ovonlng.
LOSERS ENTERTAIN WINNERS
Tru lllii Cooking club Ihitrtnlns
Jinny Finally Parties Held on
Slope Other Oregon Hlopo
Fnrmor Hums, who hns Imon
conducting sorvlcos nt Park school
houso, for tho past week, will con
tinue tno sorvlcos throughout this
weok until Sunday ovonlng. Every
Tho pupils of tho Pioneer school
wero dollghtfully cntortnlnod nt
tho Tomlln homo Friday evening by
tho losora In n contest which was
hold tho paBt fow wcoks by tho pu
pils. Tho ovonlng was plcasnntly
spont In playing various games nf
tor which dainty refreshments woro
served. A gonoral good tlmo Is re
ported by thoso present.
Goo. Sklpnon nnd wlfo woro suostn
Tuosdny ovonlng of Fred Van Pat
ten and wiro.
J. L. Drown nnd family and L. Jt.
Drlothnupt of Ontnrlo, wero dlnnor
guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dly nnd daugh
ter aro guests this wook of Mr. nnd
Mrs, Mason Clough.
Loonn Follows of Wolsor, Is tho
guest of Mary Council this wook.
Sovornl from tho SIopo nttonded
tno saio nt tho Slick ranch on Dlrd-
ings Island Friday.
Mrs. Dodsall, Ernest Assmusscn
nnd Maxlno Mlllor nro alt roportcd
on tho sick list.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Connpr of Wols
or spont Sunday at tho J, D. Connor
Mosdnmes E, Frost, M. Clough,
P. M. Donls and J, l. Drown woro
pleasantly cntortnlnod Thursday nt
tornoon by Mrs. S. M. Cntnpboll.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Wolchor nttondod
tho fnrowoll roccptlon glvon Mr. nnd
Mrs. Slick nt tholr homo Saturday
Mrs. E. Frost gavo tho Tru Dlu
Cooking Club girls tho uso of bor
kitchen Thursday nttornoon. After
tho short business sons I on Lou I no
Davis nnd Mnry Itaboy demonstrated
tho making of n fruit snlad, which
was sorvod with dainty wnforo.
Miss (lortrudo iloslup of Mlnno-
npollSf Minn., Is tho guest of her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. a. Iloslup.
Oco. Culp nnd liny Hutchinson
nro spending tho wook nt tho form
er's homestead on Uppor Dead Ox
Mr. and Mrs. E. Frost spont Wed
nosday with tholr daughter, Mrs.
Stanley Drown of Ontnrlo.
h. It. Urlothaupt of Ontnrlo, nnd
Mr. Asbur of Portland, woro dlnnor
guests Friday nt tho P. M. Doals
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Vlncont nnd
Mrs. C. A. Karst woro ontortnlnod
nt dinner Thursday evening by Mr.
nnd Mrsr L. Jt. Drlcthaupt of Ontnr
P. M. Donls and Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
A. Karst attended tho farm bureau
mooting at Ontario Wodnosday ovonlng.
Airs, j, u. mown ontortalncd n
numbor of frlonds nt dlnnor last
Mr. Mcuordon Is vory 111 with
tonsllltls this weok.
Kay Christiansen moved tho houso
from his homestead near Hunting,
to, to Payette, a dlstanco of forty
miles, last wook.
Loora Hauntz vlsttod frlonds In
Ontnrlo Thursday night.
Mosdnmes W. F. Vlncont, A. C.
Miller, Harry K. Lnttlg nnd C. A.
Karst woro guests last Wodnosday at
tho homo of Mrs. Goo. Sklppon.
Mrs. Clausen Andrus nnd son
spont last weok with her parents nt
Miss Jean Dartsho. wlm Is tnklnir
n nurso's training courso nt Dnkor
City, Is spondlng a fow days -with
her parcntB hero.
Tho Doys Club ontortalncd tlm
girls of tho Tru Dlu Conking Club
nt tho Otto Mlllor homo Friday ovo
nlng. Tho boys decided to ontor
tnln tho girls with n hard tlmos
party, and tho girls especially
dressod tho part. Mr. Llndsoy wns
promptly fined by tho boys whon ho
nrrlvcd on tho Hcono drossod In his
"Sunday host." Tho ovonlng pnssod
all too quickly for tho youngstors
ns ono gamo nftor another was on
Joyed, At tho closo of nn onjoyablo
ovonlng, delicious rofroshiuonta,
proparod by tho (boys?) woro
D. J. QILLANDEltS, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 n. m.
Pronchlng, 11:00 n. m. Subjoct,
"Four Kinds of Pcoplo."
Christian Endeavor, 0:30 p. ni.
Preaching, 7:30 p. ni. Subjoct,
lUltNIHHEI) ItOOMH FOK KENT
First houso south of High School
Up to Mnrch first scaled bids will
bo rocolvod by tho Hoard of Directors
of tho Pnyotto-Orogon SIopo Irrlgn
tlon District for tho position of dltcll
ridor for tho Irrigation season of
M. DOALS, Secretary,
WANTED TO TOADE 3 buslnoss
lots In Cumbrldgo Idaho for rosl-l
uonco lots In Ontario, Phono 22lw,
i c g& i 'tea m
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TW'Sfey S at i s Factory" Rang e
Payment of $10 down de
livers you a Monarch and a
set of Aluminum Ware. Pay
balance in ten equal pay
ments. No interest
What could be
better than a good
Oyster Stew on
these cold winter
days? Then of
course there are
a dozen other
ways to fix 'em
so they are just
We have them
in all size and
.' grades. Preferr
ed Stock Oysters,
every oyster as big
as a dollar.
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