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THJSONTAIUOAHUUS ONTAIUO, OliKOON, THUKSIVAY, FEHKCAHY 19, 1020.
i n iinmi 'I PRUITLAND 6ENCHNEWS I'ltUlTJ.ANI), Idaho, Koli, 18. Jomq Davis Inst woo): sold to Wlll Ihiii Fletcher of Payette his forty tttiron lit Frultlann, adjoining the. towiislto, for $10,000. Mr. Davis lins lioiiKlit tlio rosldonco jiroporty of I. US. Johnson, paying for minio 2i!00. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoiiirii hnd as Kuosts Sunday Allen SIckhII hik! futnlly, MIm Maudo Stogall and tlio Mlmm Until and Ilttby Stuve, ult of Now Plymouth. Tlio Christian Hndoavor. Hooloty of tlio M. K. Cliurah will hold n Inisl ntm iiunitliii; and snolal at tlio It. O, Wilson home In Payette on Saturday voiiIiik of this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Davis nrn tho pn roii Is of a little daiiKhter, horn Sunday mornliiK, Kohruary tilth. WnlKht nine and a half pounds. Mr. anil Mrs (leorxe I looker li-axe mxl Tuc-Hilay for PuhkImhi. 'allf , where thoy oxpect to muko tholr homo, koIur from horo via Portland and San FrnnclHco. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McWllllams and family, who have been llvlnt; hero, will loavo Monday for WcIbt, where they oxpoct to rosldo. ('. K, Door and sou, Ralph, are down from Ironsides visiting rola tlves. Thoy bruuKht sovoral hood of muhis to nail. (. M, l.ackoy has roturnod from his trip. oust. While away ho was III most of tho time. H. I). Surnunt has roturnod home from n trip oast with apples. Wlillo away ho was 111 In a Dos Mohan hos pital. Mrs. fllrnm Wriwit, who formerly llvod In this vicinity, passed awnv at hor homo botwoon Payolto and Wei sor on Monday of this wook. Ilev. Mct'oiird will conduct snrv lr.es us usual lu tho M. K. uhurch. Miss Irene Thode loft Sunday morning for ('hliao whore she ex- i poets to attond Hchool and visit an aunt. Mrs. W. A. Colwoll loft Sunday f,or Seattlo to visit with hor daughter, Mrs. O. W. Stout. MrB. Keo Finer of N'ampa was tho guost of Mrs. Tom Drown last wook. Mrs. K. A. Llnck nnd Miss Flor onco Andorson wore visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury In Wolsor on Tuos day. , . Mrs. Lou Ethcrton and children luivo goho to Illinois whore tho Kthortons will inuko tholr home. Mr. and Mrs. John I.echty have moved to LaUrando, to make their futuro homo. Mr. and Mrs. I!d N'oal wore In Wol sor Sunday. Miss Avis Thobo wont to Uolno Saturday to rare for hor sister's fam ily, who are III. Mrs. I' r I Hobbs, noo Miss Kdim Harris, Is 111 with Influenza at her homo In Cornelian, Oregon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Dachtlor are oMpoeU'd this week from N'orth Da kota to make tholr bourn lu Fruit land. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uarnnrd wore In Now Plymouth last week. LIttIo Juanlta Drlnor. whose !if was despaired of, Is lmwrol'ii slowly. Daniel Orlnor arrived Thurul.r from Danvlllo, Illinois, called ' by the death of hjs son, C'lntviic Orlner. Itov. Ilurgman of Payette preach od Sunday morning at tho M V. church In tho absence of ltov Mi Coard. Tho ohurchos have resumed r,r Icos and the Frultland schools open od Monday after closing for tuo weeks because of Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. William Hollenhivl. and son. Chnrlos Hobort. and MIsh Ilernlce Mctloo wore entortniiied Sunday at tho Charles Rich homo. M,r. and Mrs. II. It. Iloomor and daughters and Miss Martha WINou wore guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. O. eardncr Sunday. 7HMaOll-IJg:a!Mga waM ' Something Special Every Satur day at Our Store For Saturday, February 21 Grocery Department Sugar, 8 pounds ($1.00 to each customer) High Patent Flour per sack - - - High Patent Flour per bbl. (four sacks) - -2 cans Corn - - - - '- .. 2 cans solid pack Tomatoes - - -: Red Mexican Beans per pound - ;. - f -Good Bulk Coffee per pound ' -Oranges per dozen ----- Meat Specials $1.00 $2.90 $11.50 35c 35c 10c - 40c 15c Shoulder Steak per pound Pot Roast per pound Beef Boil per pound -Veal Pot Roast Veal Stew - - . Hamburger Steak Pork Sausage Pork Steak Minced Ham ' wt I' 20c 18c to 20c 121c to 15c 20c to 22c 121c to 15c ' 20c 25c 25c 25c Free Delivery Open Evenings until 6 p. m. Open Saturdays until 9 p. m. Some Specials worth while every Saturday at our store Independent Market Phone 6 Ontario, Oregon Opportunity, prosperity, was never more rampant in this country, than it is today. Unless you are producing 'n'ftiu' ihead" to a greater decree than ever be fore you are I'nlliinr behind t lit trend of the times. If the services and assistance of a willing' and accommodating Hank will help oii at this time we are at votir command. jtlffil&SSGffS Why Mm AiioiudMui? 4 u TYi sTTTnuTtrr sm -mw rir -t nya ?r.MJnm sAmw &?r guAEjrrv. Wood 1 fi&: 95.-V 'Cj&i' n'.L SHf' RA "VJV- AMW zmsKt'Xxxmti Guarantee &' Stop Loss of Irrigation Water Use American Quality Wood Pipe If Irrigation water Ih wanted, l.urned-up rom will ronult when the hot, dr weather urn In. Much of the minimi wattle of water Is due to evaporation ami seepage from open illtclicm ami fluincw. When wood plpo Ik mod. watu U redueod to the inluliuum hoouuao the fuow of wator .through the plpu prevontu ovnporatlon and Heepiice U almoin Impowlhto. Plpo ilotw not taho up an much apace ns illtchoH and flume and mora Uud en ho devoted to cultivation. Wood pipe Ik lew expensive nnd more dumlilo than Iron pipe. It does not runt, the Interior urfHOo will not huoomu ruiiKli with uuo nnd It offerM lew rmlKtauoe to the flow of water. Our American Quality wood pipe Ik Idewl for IrrlKntloti purposi's. It la made of hot israde Waahliyjlon yellow fir. Iiiik IiIkIi tonllo KtreiiKth and houauno tho wood It hard It prevent comproHHlou or the Kteel IiiiiiiIh Into the KtAve. Ask the mnnuKer of any UoUe Payette yard ahout Amorlcnn iiimllty wood pipe llo wUI ho uliul to kIvo you full Information uud will nuire you prompt norvlco. AL CHANCE. Mnnagor. Ontario Yard Bo!se-Payette Lumber Go. HTypw 'UlMyUmi Get AdQcmatPk 7?&Hit?rti jfrom, 5bu Investments Tt's the returns on umr surplus funds wisely and conservatively invested that assist you to gain financial independence. That is why Idaho Poww 7 ptr cent Cumulative Preferrpd stock is a good iu a .'stinent. ITS SAFETY IS ABSOLUTE. niudcnds payable ovory three months mailed diret t to you February 1,'Iay I, August 1 and No iinher 1. Ask at any Idaho Power office about our 7 per c Cumulative Preferred stock. Ask about our S ings -Investment plan. 0 The Idaho Power Co. cut Sav- vi .'. m o,