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THE ONTARIO AHGOH, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1922
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ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE POST OFFICE
HUNDREDS of convenient and necessary
things for your homes, including
CHINA AND GLASS WARES, ALUMIN
UM, ENAMELED AND TIN WAKES.
THE VARIETY STORE
OPPOSITE FOSTOFFICE ONTARIO, OKEGON
For all kinds
new tire prices
lowest cost mileage ever known
Effective July 20th, Goodrich establishes a revised
price list that is a base line of tire value. Itgives the .
motorist the buying advantage of knowing that what
ever size tire he selects is or the same quality the
Goodrich one-quality standard. It gives him the long
est mileage, the most satisfactory service and the high
est quality his money can buy. Results will prove that
it is impossible to buy tire mileage at lower cost.
Think of being able to buy
at such prices as these;
v 34x4 S.B.
32 x 41 S. B.
35 x 41 S. B.
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No extra charge for excise tax. Thtt tax i$ paul by Goodrich
New base line prices are also effective
on Qoodrich Fabric Tires
CT7T BASE LINE GT7I7 BASE LINE
SIZ.C . PRICB ou,a PRICE
30 x 3 "55" ""$9.65 32 x4 S. B. Safety" "$21.20
30x3 ?'55" .10.65 33x4 S.B. Safety 22.35
32x31 S.B. Safety 16.30 34 x 4 S. B. Safety 22.85
N extra chert' for excise lax. This lax u paid by Goodrich
This revised price list affords the motorist as
definite a guide, to tire prices as Goodrich
Tires are the definite standard of tire quality.
THE B. F.GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY, A kron, Ohio
Directory of Ontario's Business Firms
nn , . UH..ATT BKIHSEN & RYAN RADER ROS.
DR. J. A. MC FALL Dependable Merchandise
Eyesight Specialist Tho IIoIne of ad Eats and "Not tho CbeaPeBt- But th0 Beat"
Eye Glasses and Spectacles ni.WoFrlcS8,,i "
Phones 3 and 131 Slims
PURITY BAKERY ,
ONTARIO NATIONAL BANK W. L. HAZELTINE
Ernest Darcus.. Prop. Watchmaker. Jewelry
The Oldest-Bank In Malheur All Kinds of Breads, Cakes All Work Guaranteed
County "Service that Serves" and Pastry
Capital and Surplus $100,000, . . .
DLACICABY JEWELRY STOKE
"" WELLS DAIRY Home of
"Gifts that Last"
HOTEL WILSON - phone 34 w
The "Homey" Hotel of Malheur Service -day and 'night. Tuber- ONTARIO PHARMACY
County. Good Meals 40c cular tested cows. Clean and sanl- O.'M.'Castleman, Prop,
, tar equipment. Proscription Specialist Victor
- ' Phonographs Itexall Itoraedlcs
TROXELL IMPLEMENT CO. I '.
MORR'S MILLINERY & H. R. UDICK
Farm Operating Equipment - NOVELTY SHOP Plumbing and Heating
McCoMulck. Deerlng and P. & O. Wa,Bt8Wome.. Vnm Domestic Water System.
And Sport Clothes
. ' , TAGGART HARDWAUE CO.
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. Malheur County's Largest
THE INDEPENDENT MARKET - , Hardware Store
, ,,- THE, HUB
Phones 6 and 135 . l '
If Its Good To Eat We Have It One of 40 Stores J. O. McCREIGIIT HARDWARE
If It's Farm Produce We Buy It will RaveJTou Heal Money
- s Satisfaction Guaranteed
The lottuco growers of the SIodo
attended the demonstration In thn
preparation of land for tho Dlantinir
of head lettuce, which was conducted
by Mr. Jolglm, assistant to Mr.
Prince, field man for the Gallfornla
Vegetable Union, Wednesday. Julv
19 at the Ira Reed ranch, south of
Weiser, also at tho Choules Farm
on, weiser Flat. A small Dlot of
ground was corrugated and HdirnH
and In ceneral n mmnintn .inn.n.
stration in( preparing tho land for
tho planting of head lettuce was
conducted- which will bo very help
ful to tho lottuco growors at Plant
Mrs. E. D. Brown and Mrs. Jonas
Brown were pleasantly entortainnd
Friday afternoon by Mrs. E. Frost.
Miss Mary Connor spent the week
end with her cousin, Miss Beth East
of Jonathan, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent received a
message Sunday morning announc
ing tho death of Mr. Vincent's need
mother, whoso death occured at her
homo near Columbus, Ohio, at the
ago of 89 years.
J. R. Brown of Payette, Max
Brown, Edward and Alvin Record
enoyed a fishing trip Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Karst and
daughter were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Ora Wilkin of Payette.
Miss Gertrude Boals returned
home Monday; after spending the
past ton days with Misses Pearl and
JCathryn HUeman of Boise.
Miss Fern Cole is tho guest of
Mrs. Henry Barker of near Fruit
land, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tomlln of
North Payette, visited the former's
parents, M. and Mrs.-E. W. Tomlln,
Otto Molll, who underwent an op
eration for appendicitis, at the Holy
Rosary hospital at Ontario last
week, is reported to bo slowly im
proving. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jensen visited
tho latter's brother John Howard
and wife of Blrdlng Island Sunday.
Ray Chlstianson and George Culp
motored to Nampa Sunday and
spent the day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Simpson were
guests Sunday of Mrs. Lias and
Mrs. C. F. Andrus and son, Wll-
liard were guests of tho former's
mother, Mrs. Shepherd of Payette,
Clayton McVIckers was a guest
Sunday of George and Maude Culp.
G. E. Brldger and family of Now
Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. M. E, Bow
ers and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bowers
of Payette, were entertained at din
ner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Van
Edward and Alvin Records of
Boise, visited their uncles, J. L. and
E. L. Brown. Tuesday.
Mr. Hutlo of tho California Vege
table Union, was on the Flat Thurs
day and Friday Inspecting the po
tato fields. Ho reports the pota
toes to bo good and fully as far ad
vanced as the other sections. Dig
ging on tho Rurals will begin from
tho 5th to the 15th. A few fields
of Early Ohlos will be dug about
the 1st of August.
Mrs. E. D. Brown of Corvallls,
Ore., is visiting relatives and friends
on the Slopo.
Miss Ruby Tomlln visited friends
in Payette Thursday.
Tho members of the Boys Pig
club of tho Slopo entertained tho
Girls club Wednesday evening at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tom
lln. Tho evoning was pleasantly
spent in games on tho lawn, after
which refreshments were sorvod.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilcox, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Moss and F. B. Wil
cox were delightfully entertained
Wednosday evening by Mr. and Mrs.
C. O. Heslup. Music was enjoyed
' until a late hour, after which re
freshments were sorvod.
Mrs. Amor Gorton delightfully en
tertained a few friends Friday even
ing at her home. Dancing and mu
sic was enjoyed until a Into hour,
when refreshments were served.
Tho Fruit Growers of tho Slope
met Friday evening at Park school
house to discuss organization for the
purpose of packing, storing and sell
ing their fruit. A largo number
were present and tho problems of
tho growers for this year wore dls
cussod and report of committee wf s
presented. The meeting adjournod
without any deflnlto action being
Tho Oregon Slopo Irrigation Dis
trict has started the rotation sys
tem, as worked out by the wator
master, Mr. Kennard of Vale. This
will result In the saving of wator
and will be a direct benefit to every
rancher on tho Slopo.
Notice Tho supply of Ico on tho
Wilcox ran oh Is reported to bo fast
disappearing, and only those hav
ing, an Interest In tho Ice can ba sup
plied la the future.
I KINGMAN KOLONY I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Edwards anl
family spent several days this week
visiting rolativos and attending to
farm lntorosts at New Plymouth.
Miss Ruby Moses camo from Boise
Monday to spond hex va'cation with
tho homo folks.
Mrs. Tylor and daughter, of New
Plymouth, spent Sunday at the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of Nyssa
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Homan and
daughter of Ontario, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Beaumont and Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. MncLafforty enjoyed a picnic
luncheon on the Martin lawn Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Zelrleln nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. Nells aro spending n week in
Mrs. Joseph Miller has
from Ontario where she has beon
with her mother during a serious
Mrs. Pat Connolly is down from
their summer headquarters In Drew
sey, visiting the Millers'.
m. ai. anu Kmbry Maxwell are
visiting in Now Plymouth this week.
Much of tho era In In this vlnlnltv
has been cut, and somo farmers aro
starting the second crop haying this
week. The most of tho farmers of
the community report a very good
second .crop of hay.
Stockmen havo boon in the Kbl-
ony looking for hay during tho past
Soptombor IS has been set for tho
opening of school. Mrs, Chas.
Schwelzer the principal, met with
tho school board Thursday evening
to attend mattors portalnlng to the
school for tho ensuing year.
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Friday & Saturday
Iron Offer During August
For one month only, August 1 to September 1, we will
offer the well known, high quality EDISON HOT-POINT
Electric Iron for only 4.50 cash complete with 6 ft. cord.
Get your order Jin early as we may not be able to
supply the demand for this splendid iron at this price.
. Price $5 on terms of
$1 Down and $1 a Month
Why UBe an old, inefficient iron when you can buy a
new one for so little.
Idaho Power Company
FOR SALE A Registered Poland
China boar. Also 40 weaned
pigs. Phono 34 W. 30 Et
We havo three officers who havo lived
in this county for at least FORTY
years. Our other officers have lived
hero several years, and we think our
experience can be of valuo to' citizens
of this community. Wo are to bo of
service wherever possible, and will be
glad to talkovor any business or any
financial problems with you.
Ontario National Bank
Oldest Bank in Southeastern Oregon