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TF you want attractive Shoes that
wear satisfactorily and you don't
want to pay much for them, it will pay
you to see our new spring styles. -
Wd arc featuring some very at
tractive numbers in snappy spring
styles that are bound to please you.
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LINE OF FOOTWEAR
You will be more than delighted at the range of style and patterns of
fered at this price. And their fitting qualities cannot help but appeal, for
they look well on the foot, they feel comfortable,and they will hold their shape
oven after they have been given much hard usage.
COME while we have a complete range of widths
Correct Shoe Fitting plus Foot Comfort Service
In the 22,000 Homes
Served by the Idaho Power Co.
Tho servlco rondorod by tho Idaho Powor Company la by no moans llm't
od to gonoratlng eloctrlc eurront and transmitting It to farms, Industries
and homos. Our electrical merchandise department raakoa possible tho
fulloanao of that cirrront In tho homo by placing tlmo and labor-saving
'appliances within tho oasy teach ot all. Tho luxuries ot yesterday have
. become tho necessities ot today.
, We aro pleased to nnnounco a further demonstration ot our morchan-
dlso department's service by otforlng
She f ion Sweep qi
forth month of
Tho Senior play, "Gieon Stock
ings," upon which tho Seniors have
boon practicing .tor many nights,
camo off March 2 with great success.
Miss Conway lo to bo highly com
pllmontcd upon her work ns ad
visor and manager of tho play. Tho
play was vory mucn onjoyod by all
who saw It and ovon by thoso who
participated In It.
There has boon qulto a numbor
ot pupils absent from school tho
Tho socond odltlqn of tho Q. It. M.
will bo published tho latter part ot
tho wook. Tho boys havo bcon work
lng vory Industriously on tholr papor
and so far havo had grant success.
Hoy. Cochran gavo a very Inter
esting talk betoro tho assombly
Thursday morning, upon tho valuo
ot an oducatlon. Ho pointed out
that out ot 1000 pupils ontorlng
school at tho ago of six thoro aro
only 000 that finish tho olghth
grado. At tor finishing tho olghth
grado thoro aro only 300 who cntor
High school and 111 out ot tho 300
finish tho full four years' courso In
High school. Out ot tho 111 who
finish high school 38 enter, and 14
Tho boys' and glrlB' basket ball
teams played tho roturn games
with Vale, at Vale, Saturday night,
March 4. lloth loams wero defeated
tho scores bolng, boys' 11 to 16 and
girls' D to 4.
Mr. B. E. Elliott, State dlroctor
of vocational oducatlon visited the
high school Tuesday March 7, on his
tour ot Inspoctlon. Ho addrcssod
tho assombly In tho morning ox
plalnlg brlofly his work In admin
istering Smith-Hughes vocational
courses throughout tho stato.
After tho sonlor play Thursday
night Dick Adam ontortalnod .tho
cast and tho members of tho orches
tra at his homo. Mrs. L. Adam
assisted by Mrs. O. 11. Etulson and
Mrs. 11. O. Drain sorvod doltcloua
rofronhmontfl after which a pleasant
social hour was onjoyod by all.
Iloildes tho cast and orchestra MIm
Iluth Caboon and Miss" Helen Dun
stono, Loulso Wood and Miss
Cathorlno Conway woro prosent.
Tho oldor girls ot the housohold
Minnagomont class ou,tprt4lnod at
dlnnor Tuosday ovoning at tho
prnctlco houso, Mr. E. B. Elliott,
stato dlroctor ot vocational oducatlon
and 8upt. and Mrs. J. M.( McDonald.
Thoro has recently boon n changa
In tbo officers ot tho military
company. Upon tho resignation ot
Major James Purcoll, Hugh Illggs
was appolntod Major. Dick Adam
wan appointed captain ot tho first
company; Frank Clomont, captain
second company; Wendell Thayer,
1st Lloutonant 1st Company, Lou
Weaver 2nd Lloutonant 1st Com
pany and Homor Maddux, Adjutant.
James McCrolght was appolntod 1st
Sorgont for tho first Company and
Willis Halo for tho Socond Company.
Ilttlo granddaughter Foggy homo
with him. Tuosday bolng Peggy's
birthday It was duly colobratod with
a cako and "tlxln'a", hor paronts
going over for that day and bringing
Tho Glascock Bros, sold tholr hay
to Vlcontl Mcdolla Monday.
MALHEUK COUNTV HEAL ES
TATE TltANSKEIW ItECOnD
EI) l'Elt. 23 TO MAH 4
Balance in Easy Monthly Payments
Tho offering ot a high-grade sweeper tor so low a cash payment has
f- i- been equalled but seldom. Wo reccommend the Hoover because It com
bines the three essentials ot thorough cleaning BEATINO SWEEPING
and AIR SUCTION. It gets the three 'kinds of dirt out of your rugs at '
- the same time. The strong air suction gets the surface dirt -the eleo-
' ' trtcally driven brush gets the clinging lltter and destructive embedded .
..-. . grit-. No other cleaning machine gets ALL of the dirt out of your ruga .
'..-, ' . WE WILL GLADLY DEMONSTRATE THE HOOVER IN
YOUR HOME, ON, YOUR OWN RUGS OR IN THIS OFFICII
Idaho Power Company
Miss Lillian Davis Is spondtng hor
onforcod vacation with her parents
In Vale, tho school bolng closed on
account of scarlot tovor.
Oco Schwelzer returned homo Sun
day aftor a -week's visit In Caldwell.
Ills mother returned with him
Mrs. Davo Williams was sick Sun
day necessitating tho attendance of
Mr. and Mrs, Alvtn McGlnnls and
son loft tho first ot tho wook for
Sumpter and Austin, near where
Mr.McQInnls will work In the timber.
Mrs, W. W. Smith Is on tho sick
list this wook.
Oscar Plnkston returned homo
Sundny from an extendod , stay In
Wni, PueU wont to Ontario Thurs
day to seo Dr . Woeso concerning old
trouble with a broken rib.
Fred Kllngback and family and
Evolyn and Gerald DeDord were
guests to dinner at the Geglow home
,Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Kaylor wore
buslnoss visitors In Ontario Friday,
Jinny Hlte is HI wltk scarlet fever.
Hq Is now somewhat bettor, but the
home Is under Quarantine.
Mr. and Mrs. Claronco Iteoco and
son who havo been running tho John
Reoco ranch for the past year, left
recently for Denver, Colo. Chas
Fisher has now rented the ranch.
Mrs. Martha Kllngback and chil
dren visited at tho DeUord homo
Tho Oeo. Glascock family have
been suffering with la grippe, but
are now better.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Glascock took
their son, Johnny to Ontario 'last
woek to get medical treatment for
an Injured eye. Mr. Glascock also
had dental work done.
Joo Mendolla started Monday to
work In L. J. Peterson's sheep camp.
Mr. Peterson moved a lamb band
from tho Schwelzer ranch to the
Poto Stanls .placo tbo first ot thai
Fred Kllngback and Louis DeDord
mado a business trip to Ontario,
and Vale Saturday.
T, M. Lowo and L. DoWltt wore
business visitors at the Gate City
Mrs, J. u. Smith of Warren, was
HI tho first ot the week,
The annual "gooBO picking" was
done at the Lowe home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Patterson of
Warren, visited at tbo Fisher homo
A. D, Dradney ot the Dend, visited
bis step-daughter, Mrs, Oce Schwel-
Dnvld Dunbar ot ux to Mnrgarot
L. Trow, Lots 2 and 3, nnd N&8W
USWVi Sec. 11-13-47. 10118121.
John Wall ot ux to Joslo Doers,
SEU8WU Soc. 12; E14NWU, 8W
UNRH Sec. 13; Lot, 3, Sec. 1-24-38
Ollvo May Lawor ot vtr , to Joo
Edwards, EHSEVi, SHNEH. NW
UNEVi Soc. 23-17-40. 1128122.
U. 8. A. to Forrost Jonos, 8WU
8EH Seo. 11; NW4NEVi, NEH
NENE, BtfNWU, NWUBWH
Soc. 14; NHSEK Soc. 15-22-39.
U. S. A. to Forrost Jones NE,
nniTEWH See. 1C-22-30. 111820
Forrost Jones' ot ux lo Wm. Jonos
NEU, EtfW Sec. 16; 8WU8EU
Soc. 11; NWViNEU, NBUNWU,
NWU8EV4 Sod 14; NH8EU 8oc.
1C 22-39. 2'2122. $1,000.00.
Pearl N. Jones ot vlr to Wm.
Jones, SEUBWV4 Sec. 20; W
SEVi Boo. 35-21-30; Lots 3 and 4,
Sec. 1; Lot 2, and BWV4NEU Soc.
2-22-30. 217'22. $651.58.
Wm. E. Loos to L. Dollo Loos,
BH8EU8WU 8oc. 0-18-47. 2'2122.
Doll Comotory Ass'n. to Mrs. W.
P. Harrls-Comotery lot. 22722.
Pando Snoop nnd Land Co. to
Malheur Llvo Stock & Land Co.,
4,070,32 acroo In Township 14 and
15, Kangos 43, 44 and 45,'Mnlhour
and Dakor Counties. 2222. $10.
Wm. W. Dowoll ot ux to J. 8. Mo
Cumsoy SW Soc. 22-20-30. 0172O.
John Vlnoo to Joromo Urldgos,
SEUNWU, NWUBB, E,8WU,
SHSBU pnrt ot Lots 5, 8 and 7,
Soc. 8-18-45. 3122. $17,000.00.
U. 8. A. to Frank N. Daldcs,
WHNEU. EViNAVU BeS. 31-40-43.
Shorlff II. Loo Noo to S. Hanson
EH of Lots 8, 10, 11 nnd 12, Dlock
0, Hndloys 2nd add. to Vale. 2-17-22
Linda E. 8fltzor to August Pater
son ot ux NEU Soc. 27-35-37.
U. 8. A. to John Mornan BHNWU
NJ48WU Soc. 9-18-45. 22022.
We will exchange
llour for ,your
wheat or we will
grind in for 40c
per bushel, and
your feed for 10c
per 100 lbs., tak
ing pay for same
in cash or grain,
Ontario Roller Mills
Ivan E. Onkcs ot ux to H. G.
Orecn-Jnmlosott Acrcago Tract No.
139. 224f22. $1.00.
O. F. Cox vs. Honry E. Bhockloy
nnd Pearl Bhockloy. 312S. Re
covery ot nolo. $236.90.
Tho flu has boon qulto bnd In this
neighborhood for tho past two
wooks, thoro aro several now cases
this wook but not as many ns n
week ago. John Vandorpool, ono of
tho victims Is still very 111.
Rome hny was sold In tho neigh
borhood last wook at $5.00 per ton.
Chas. Gossott moved ta tho Pen
nington houyio on tho Doulwnrd
Friday. Ho has boon ro-nppotnted
as ditch rldor for tho shoestring
ditch this year.
Claronco Ilarrolt nnd Ed Wolfs
wore buslnoss visitors In Ontario
Vory Ilttlo spring work Is being
dono In tho community yet, on
account ot tho snow.,
On account of a broken car, our
rural rnall man fnllod to mnko this
end ot htn routo Thursday.
Prof. E. D. Canklln was a dlnnor
guost ot Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Darrott
BEEI) POTATOES 200 sacks of
Idaho Rurals for sale- first class
sood, seo Joo Watannbo, phono
200-It 2, Ontario, tf
These are all fresh
stock and very fine
This te by far the best
way to purchase seeds
as you are sure of fresh
goods and the prices
are lower. Let us
show you the assortment.
E. A. FRASER
xer and family Sunday and took his