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THE ONTimiOGUaONTAItlO, OREGON, THURSDAY. APRIL 27 4922
Dairy Record Keepers rinlsli AVork
Tho tnombors ot tho Dairy Hord
Rocord Keoplng Clubs at Jefferson,
-Whlto Sottlomont and Dig Bend havo
iiiiiouuu muir jirujuct ami mauo tnoir
final report. Each boy kept milk
nnd food recorda on two cowb for n
porlod of -six months. During tho
first two or threo months tho tests
wero not vory nccurato ns nono of
tho boys woro oxporioncod tostors.
At tho Drcsont tlmo howovor, nonrly
ovory "toy cannot only mnko nn
nccurnto teat, but cun weigh tho
feed nnd tnko tho sninplo of milk
properly and can mnko tho noccsBary
record showing tho profits or loss
mnilo by tho cow" during tho month.
This training Is cssontlal for tho
successful dairyman and fortunate
h the boy who can socuro this train
ing that will onablo htm to proporly
carry on tho business sldo of dairy
ing. Poultry Club nt Moore's Hollow
Thru tho olTorts ot Mrs. E. M.
Boiuson a Poultry Club has boon or
ganized at Moorcs' Hollow. Clair
Davis Is prcBldont of tho plub, and
Mnrguorito Adam Is vlco-presldont,
and Doris 'Donson, secretary.
Tho tnombors of this club lack
many of tho advantages which club
mombors fa other parts of tho county
havo, but thoy havo tho enthusiasm
and doslro to learn how to ralso
bettor pouttry. Eaah membor will
start with from &0 to 30 standard
bred chlckons and undor tho direc
tion of Mr. DavlB will food and also
manago tho chicks for n porlod of
Threo Now Clulw nt Kingman Kotony
A canning club, sowing club nnd
pig club havo recently boon organiz
ed at Kingman Kolony. Many of
tho. club mombors nro taking tholr
second and third year of club work.
Mrs. Conrad Martin, local loader of
tho canning club and Itobort Over-
street, local lender ot tho pig club
woro local lcndors of tholr respective
clubs last year and brought thorn
thru a 100 por cont. Mrs. II. Q.
Johnson. Is local loador of tho sow
Corn Club nt Upper Hlg llcnd
Eight boys and girls hnvo enrolled
In tho corn club project In District
47, At the meeting on April 10,
thoy oloctod tho following efficers:
l'fcsldont, Chcstor Wilson; vice
president. Rex Wlcklnndj and secre
tary, Holon Fleetwood.
Walls of Starving Children As
sail tho Ears of Rollof
Workors at Erivan.
WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS
YQUR MAIL IS DELAYED
AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY
BUSINESS IS GOOD
With nearly 2000
Not only "because they represent tho acmo of perfect
tion in the Storage Battery field, not only because
they have linked their names with that of; a concern
that has held the confidence of a nation for more than'
half a century
Nor, even becauso under tho guarantco covering tho product
' they handlo (they nro selling n year and n half of assured
battery satisfaction to their customers) rather than merely
n storage battery. But, 'becauso tho advantageous circum-
stances surrounding their connection gives them greater
"opportunities nnd manifold benefits than other battery
Bcrvlco stations enjoy -
Becauso, Wcstinghouso, welding its scrvlco stations into ono
great service organization is ablo to Htand squarely behind
each individual momber, cooperate with him In tho develop
ment of his business nnd carry him to tho success which
must como, when identified with so powerful an organization.
Tlitre it a wonderful opportunity for tome aggrtttive dealer in 'thit
territory to enjoy the benefits of the Westinghouse franchises write,
wire or phone at our expense for information.
Northwest Distributors for Westinghouse Batteries
88 Tenth Street, Portland, Oregon
Directory of Ontario9 s Business Firms
, . nTT rehisen & iivan rader bros.
DR. J. A. MO FALL Dependable Merchandise
Eyesight Specialist Th8 HomTe of .oi Eats Bnd "Not the Cheapest, But the Deaf
Bye Glasses and Spectacle. PhoneTs and'lSl
ONTARIO NATIONAL DANK PURITY BAKERY IlYItON TURNER
The Oldest Bank in Malheur Ernest Barcus, Prop. '
County "Service that Serves" AIl Ktnda of Dreads, Cakes w. L. IIAZEIHNE
Capital and Surplus 1100.000. .d Pastry , Watchmaker, jewelry
- ' ' ' All Work Guaranteed
HOTEL WILSON . OSBORN MILLINERY '
The "Homey" Hotel of Malheur Nell O. Bedford. Prop. BLACKABY JEWELRY 8TORE
County. Oood Meals 40c The Only Exclusive Millinery Store Home of
TnI s'de ot-Salt Lake "Gifts that Last"
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO. M0RRI3 MILLINERY & THE SUGAR BOWL
Farm Operating Equipment NOVELTY SHOP -,,.- T
McComlck. Deertng and P. & O. PMynir0 WaitsWoraea'a Dresse . We MaV? 0ur 0wn Ica Cream
. ABd 8p0rt Cl0thM - ONTARIO PHARMACY "
, ONTARIO REAL B8TATE CO. O. M. Castleman. Prop.
v idCitv Pronertv ..yH,B 8?YI ?0P . Prescription Specialist-Victor
tarn Land city l roperty Distinction la Clothing And Phonographs Roxall Remedies
IB,uraHco & Rental Milliner Is the Mark of Those Eastman Kodaks
, Who Patronize -
H. R. UDICK
VARIETY STORE Numbing and Heating
More than a thousand Articles - B. A. FRASER Domwtlfl Water Systems
for -the home Hardware and Groceries TAGGART HARDWARE CO.
. . Malheur County's Largest
THE INDEPENDENT MARKET ' Hardware Store
Phoneo 6 and 136 J. O. McCREJQMT HARDWARE
If Its Good To Bat We Have It One of 0 Stores
If It's Farm Produce We Buy It Will Rave Yon Real Money Satisfaction Guaranteed
The tragic progression ot famlno
conditions In Armenia Is strikingly
bIiowii In the personal reports brought
buck by Btato Director J. J. Hand
sakor of tho Noar East Uollet whou ho
visited Hint section last August, mid
In tho lottern that havo boon received
at Intervals since.
"When t whb there. In the Into sum
mer," said Mr. Handsnkor, "The con
ditions weru truly appalling, dcsplto
tho fnut that tho orplianagOB nurd till
oil to their utmost capacity ami every
thing 'posslblo was being done. 1 my
self solcctod n little naked girl with
nineteen othors (rum nmong hundreds
of starving children to fill tho only
poBslblo vncanclos In tho orphanage at
Erlvnn nt that tlmo. However, tho
woatlier was warm, and the rofugccB
could miuiaga In some wny to keep
allvo. Reports flom Erlvnn In lato
September told of tho coming ot tho
cold wcutlior, and how tho reserves
worn drawn upon for tho opening of
nddltlonnl soupkltchous, Starving
mou women and children from all sec
tloriB wiro flocking doBporatoly to the
Noar Hast Relief stations In tho hope
of getting work, food and clothing.
Two months Inter, under dato ot Nov.
20, wo have news of tho frightful situ
ation that followed. This uows amo
to Dr. Esther Lovojoy, of Portland,
Oregon, who Is national chairman of
tho American Women's Hospitals,
from Dr. .Mabel Elliott, In chargo of
tllO Amnrlrnn Women's Hospitals In
tho Near Eust section. This organ
ization Is cooperating with tho Nour
East Itcllof, and Is handling tho med
ical work of tho latter at Erivan. no
low Is an excerpt from Dr. Mubol
Elliott's letter to Dr. Lovcjey:
,"I cannot begin lo tell you, doctor,
of tho mlsory hero In spite of tho onor
inous amount of work being done.
Since I havo bcon lioro 8E2 Is tho low
est number at cases wo havo had In
our hospitals at any ono tlmo, and
yet they are dying on all oornors of
tho city. Last Sunday wo wont out
on hursohack to seo how things wero
beyond tho town; we passod a dond
linrso by tho sldo of tho road, and
thrco wretched human beings worn
sitting beside It, taking tho flesh off
with their hands. It was a most re
' "All day long you can hoar tho
groans and wnlls ot little clllldrou out
sldo our building In hopes we can and
will pick them up. It tho sun saints
for a llttlo while thoy quiet down, and
then when It ruins tbay begin again.
Ono day tho rain turned Into snow
and It was awful to listen to them.
Tho noto of terror (hat camo Into the
genoral wall was distinctly perceptible,
although my room wan upstairs and
tho window was closod. They well
know what a single night out lu tho
snow would mean to them. Wo nro
picking them up as fast as posslblo.
"You can see by my report how
many more patients wo havo than beds,
and the same holds good In tho orph
anages. There Is no use crowding them
In so that thoy will all dlo."
PRETTY OREGON BRIDE
MOTHERS 2000 ORPHANS
Mrs. Ethel Long. Newman, Oregon
Agricultural College, 1920, who Is now
In charge of a Near East Relief or
phanage In Armenia, 8he mothers her
family of 2,000 little war victims while
her husband runs a 20,000- ore farm
which Is a part of the constructive
work being done In Russian Armenia
by the Near East Relief.
Tho Dead Letter Ofllco has been In
cxlstenco over slnco Ben Franklin
started our postal scrvlco. Even then
peoplo addressed mall to Mr. Ezcklcl
Smlthcrs, "Atlnntlc Coast," nnd ex
pected Ben to know Just where Zeko
Perhaps they had Zcko's'nddress In
letters up In tho gnrrct, maybe n chest
full of 'cm, but then It was easier to
let Ben hunt Zeko. Today peoplo nro
addressing letters, to John Smith, Now
York, N. Y., or Chicago, III., thinking
undo Snm can locnto him, which is
Just ns lncomplcto ns was Zckc's ad
dress of yore. The Postefflce Depart
ment asks you to put the number and
street In the address. It helps you.
How do you expect tho Postal Clerk
to know whether you mean Trinidad,
California, or Trinidad, Colorado?
ALWAYS SPELL OUT THE NAME
OF -THE STATE IN FULL IN THE
This apt phrnso was used In Presi
dent Harding's first messngo to Oon
gross and applies particularly In postal
management whoro postmasters are
being Impressed with tho fact that
they aro managers of local branches
of tho biggest business In tho world.
HERE COMES A STRANGER!
Lot's- make our post omco look neat,
Mr. Postmaster. Straighten up the
rural lotter box Mr. Farmer. Tidy
up soruo, Mr. Rural carrier. First
Impressions nro lasting. Mnybo Mr.
Stranger, taking notice of these Im
provements, will como bock, bringing
you benefits. Stnrt theso with "POS
TAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK" May
Mrs. A. Murphy, passed through
town Tuosdny on hor way to On
tario whoro sho will undergo medical
The first 1ml I garao ot tho soasqn
was played lioro Sunday, Juntura vs.
Drewsey which rosultcd In a victory
for Juntura ot 2D to 8.
Mr. G. W. Upson returned Friday
from Denver Colorado whoro ho
wns summoned by tho doath ot his
Tho danco which was given hero
Saturday night by Shorty's Jazz Trio
from Homodnlo wna largely uttonded
and thoroughly onjoyod.
Mrs. L. P. Dolsolo roturnod Satur
day from Rupert Idaho whoro sho
haa boon vlsttlng relatives tor the
Mrs. W. E. Hodges was hostoss at
n delightful party Saturday after
noon In honor ot MIbs Juanlta Upson
whoso engagement to Owon J. Caw
Hold of Portland was announced. A
bdnutlful color schomo ot yellow
and whlto was artistically carried
out, and tho romnnco ot tho ocens
slon which was poetically arranged
by tho hostess, deserves special nion
tlon, Tho nftcrnoon was spent In
hemming articles for tho brides
linen chest, nftor which n dollclous
throo courso luncheon wns sorvod.
A. II. Altnow transacted buslnoss
In town Thursday.
Tho work ot roflnlshlng tho insldo
ot tho Catholic Church wns complet
ed InBt week by V. J. Hopkln.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. J. Kauphusmnn
motorod to Boulnli Sundny evening
nccompanlod by Mrs. D. F. Murphy
who roturnod homo after visiting two
wcoks with frlonds and rolnttves
Mrs. James Genrlionrl ot Drawsey
wns tho guest ot hor slstor, Mrs. D.
!. Mastorson this wook.
WANTED TO BUY a Ford car In
good condition. Inquire Flsor
Invite John McCormick to Dwell
by your fireside
One of the sweetest singers
that ever lived is John
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REXALL EASTMAN VICTOR
Wo hnvo three officers who hnvo lived
in this county for nt lenst FORTY
years, Our other officors havo lived
hero sovoral years, and wo think our
oxporionco can ho of valuo to citizens
of this community. "Wo aro to ho Df
sorvico wherever possible, and will ho
glad to talk over any business or any
financial problems with you.
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