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THE ONTARIO AJKJUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1920.
FRUITLAND BENCHiNEWS
Mrs. Charles 1'nthcal nml two
children camo last Wednesday from
tholr homo In Portland to visit Mrs.
I'athcal's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. It.
S. Kutch and other relatives.
Miss Fnnnlo Peacock camu homo
trom Payette Lakes last weok after
a month's vacation to tho summer
rosort.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Ilondy and two
children motored to Payette Lakes
Friday, roturnlng Tuosday of this
wcok.
MIsb Ada Mlddleton, of Nampa,
camo Friday for a short visit -with
Miss Fnnnlo Peacock.
Mr. William DoMot and Bon, Wil
liam, Jr. and It. 8. Kutch loft early
Tuesday morning for n weok's trip
to Tamarack, Idaho fishing.
Mrs. Prances McConnoll Ycnger
was ovor last wcok for a short visit
with her raothor.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hurst and Mr.
Hid Mrs. (Jontry Walker motored to
Council and vicinity last week on a
fishing trip, roturnlng Tuesday of
this wcok.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Porlgrlno, of
Central City, NoliraBka, and their
thrco children aro the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Vaughn. Thoy woro old
Nobrnska nolghhors. Thoy aro going
by auto and will visit rolatlvos In
Washington, go ovor Into Cannda and
thon muko an extended trip through
Oregon and Washington.
P. M. Gardner and daughter, Miss
Elmornn motored to Uolso last week,
roturnlng Friday night.
8unday Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Hollen
hock woro hostessos to a vory largo
patriotic dinner, honoring Miss Vir
ginia Illch, whoso birthday wus Mon
day, and hor houso guests Mrs. Ira
Klrklnnd nnd Miss Mary Hollenbeck,
Uosldcs those thoro woro present; I.
N. Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Porter,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Smith and
daughtors, Mr. and Mrs. Charlw Illch
urn! daughtors, Cecil Illch, Hay Itlch
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs William Hollen
eock nnd son. A most delicious din
ner wan served nnd later In tho after
noon, Ico cream and cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Yost, of Yoklmu val
loy camo last wook to visit at tho
parontal homo of Mrs. Yost, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Hates.
Mrs. Qontry Walker's sister, of
Twin FallB camo as a aurprlso visit
to hor Blstor, to find hor oft camping
In tho mountains However Mrs.
Wnlkor roturnod Tuesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Hazoltlno and
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Hnzoltlno nnd tho
families woro In Payette Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Whipple.
W. C. T. U. hold n vory largo nnd
most onthuslastlo meeting at tho
homo of Mrs. It. 8. Kutch, thirty
six mombors bolng present. Mrs.
Drnko, Stnto Presldont of tho W. ('.
T. U. was prosont nnd made a strong
address. She has Just roturnod from
n thrco months trip to Colorado In
the Interost of Tomporanco work.
Tho 8uporlntendont of EllUon
White Chnutnuqun which showed nt
Payette, Mrs Ilryco Smith, .was out
In Frulllnnd getting n number of
signers to a Soven Day Chautauqua
for Prultlnnd. If sho succoods
Prultland will bring to her doors tho
kind of n Chnutnuqun thoy hnve In
the cities.
Mrs. Fairy Spnlnhower wns hos
tess Sunday to n vory largo dinner
and picnic on her lawn on Frultland
Avonuo. Tho guests were Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Whltsell nnd tholr houso
guest, sister of Mrs. Whltsell, Mrs.
Helen Griffin, of CentervlllO, Iown,
J. H. Whltsell, his nephew, Hoy
Whltsell, his wife nnd two children,
who hnve come from tho east to
make their home at the Whltsell
ranch, Mrs. Cora Whltsel, Lou Whlt
sell, of Emmett, nnd Terrell Taylor,
of Parma. A most elaborate dinner
wns served and u happy time was
spent together.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 8tetler were
hostesses to n picnic dinner on their
lawn Sundny evening celebrating tho
Fourth. Those present were the fam
ily of Mrs. 8paInhower, Donald Oan
oe, Miss Marie Schonck, the Madsen
family, fifteen In all being present to
enjoy a delicious supper nnd n good
time.
Tuesday the State District Confer
ence of the Brethren Church met at
the Brethren Church In Frultland.
This District comprises Idaho and
western Montana. They expect 200
delegates and will feed them three i
meals a day nt the church. This Is
nn Important meeting and will be
largely attended.
World's Debt to Lafayttte.
It Is the spirit of Lafayette that
has made strong and lasting the
friendship of France and America, And
It was the spirit of Lafayette that In
spired the American fighters who on
the soil of France risked all and gave
all to make certain the freedom of the
v-orld. In victory It Is well to remem
ber Lafayette's natal day and to give
n thought to the debt which all the
world owes to this man whose brain
knew no unworthy thought and whose
life recorded ro unntghtlv deed
WHAT WM IK) NOW MAKKH
OHKGON OF TOMAUHOW
(Continued from prgo four.)
Commorco In n position to orgaulzo
Oregon for progress. It Is to bo en
larged nnd strengthened, Increased
in mun power and monoy power.
Mora thnn 200 Orogon bankers, In
dustrial hoads, merchants and other
loaders have examined tho proposod
plntiB and approved thorn.
Working Togothor, our minds and
monoy can do Anything In reason
for Oregon; Working Individually
what?
Program of Activities
Tho Donrd of Directors of tho Oro
gon Stato Chamber of Commorco sub
mits tho following tontatlvo program
of activities for tho noxt thrco yenrs,
to bo covered by n budget of $4G0,
000, ($150,00 a yoar.)
Agrlculturo and Horticulture; Mar
keting; Land Settlement; Farm Ln
bor; lturnl notations; Immigration
and Colonization.
Hoads; Markot Roads; National
Forest Hoods; National Post Itonds;
Itoosovolt Highway, 8tato and County
Highways; Government Appropria
tion Itcclnmntlen: Concortcd effort to
obtnln from Government $0, GOO, 000
morally duo to Orogon; Co-operation
with Irrlgntlon nnd drainage districts
Hallrond Kxtoiislon
Advertising and Publicity: Nntlonal
advertising of agricultural opportun
ities and sconlc resources; Nows Let
ters; Circulation; Exhibits.
Industrial expansien: To develop
Industries wo now linvo; To utilize,
rnw ranto'rlnls nnd natural resources;
Co-oporato with local communities to
Induco now Industries to locnto In
Oregon
Lumber: Co-oporntlon with lumber
Industry In nit matters
Co-operation with educational au au
teorities: Inspire in youth of Oregon
lovo for stnto nnd nn appreciation of
its opportunities
Legislatien: Aggressively work for
legislation fostering ngrlculturo, in
dustry and development of natural
resources; oppose legislation detri
mental to host Intoronts of Oregon
Foreign Trndo
Consideration of cut-ovor problems
Wator power
Orogon harbors. Work for Govern
ment appropriation equnl to tnx that
would be paid If owned privately
Tourist Travel: Foster tourist ho
lds construction; Improvement of
highways leading to Crater Lake,
Josophlno Caves nnd other scenic
wonders; Attrnct tourists
Cooporntlon with local chambers
of commorco and county organizations
Gathering and disseminating nc-
curnta Information nbout Oregon
Organization of western states for
mutual bonoflt field IlepresentntlveH:
To keop In touch with local needs
nnd assist In carrying out this pro
gram Administratien: Salaries; Equip
ment; Supplies; Printing nnd Post-
ngo; Kent, Light, Heat and Janitor;
Travol; Telophone and Telegraph.
Wlmt Otlirr State HkimI
Tho Oregon Stnto Chamber of
Commorco needs $150,000 annually
for threo years to carry out the (II
verso program of activities printed
elsewhero In this Scale of Civic Pride.
Is this amount oxcosslvo considering
tho state-wide work to be done? I-et
us compare it with budgets ralsod
elsewhere for only one Item of the
State Chambor's program publicity:
Ban Francisco ralsod $250,000 n
year for publicity. It did this be
cause It was the deliberate Judgment
of Its citizens that such an Invest
ment would pay big dividends. In
1910 San Francisco had 150,000 vis
itors who left $11,600,000 of now
money In the city. Experience point
ed to the new and very much larger
budget of a quarter of a million dol
lars annually to advertise the city.
Florida sponds vast sums annual
ly to get tourists. Does it pay? Let'a
see what W. A, McUea, State Com
missioner of Agriculture, says about
It. "Tho aggregate amount spent by
all tourists in Florida will reach
$300,000,000 per soason." he says.
Across the continent in Maine
250,000 tourists left $50,000,000 of
new monoy in the stato last year
Denver spends $40,000 a year on
publicity. It received $20,000,000 In
return from tourists last year.
These examples are typical of what
forward-looking cities and states are
doing. Oregon can do the same, or
more, for It baa more to advertise.
Iu Its other activities It Is reason
able to presume that returns will be
correspondingly great."
J .otter From State. Ireildrt
The Following Letter accompanied
the folders;
"Fellow Citizen: You and the rest
of the citizens of this state can make
Oregon as great and as busy as you
really want it to be. United we can
do anything within reason for our
state.
The program of the State Chamber
merits the support of everyone Inter
ested In the welfare of Ore'on It
MAJESTIC THEATRE
PltlDAY, JULY IHIi
FRANK KENNAN
"Dollar
for
Dollar"
.Super Special, from IMny nml Hook
of tho Hnmo Title
ALSO COMKDV
SATt'HDAV MATINF.K AM) NIOIIT, JULY 10th
VAUDEVILLE
AM) A l HEEL SPECIAL FHATUUI)
"5fte fflagic ye"
SUNDAY MATINEE 2 to I NIOIIT 7 to II
JULY I till
Wm.' S. Hart
IN
The Gun Fighter
(I HOLL SPECIAL
"Grab the Ghost"
2 Hwl Comedy
MONDAY, JULY la
"The Bottom of
The World"
Sill EltNEHT HIIACKLKTO.VS THIULLINO ATTEMPT TO JOUUNEY
TO THE SOUTH POLE, llio trip mcr mountain of Ico where Hutu was
no npiK'itntnro of old mother riutli no trucks or beaten paths to fol.
low only tlioxc of n polor limr, will or miIhih which mun killed nn sight
for food. YEH IT IS A TIIIULLEIt
Sunshine Bathing Girls
ALSO a KEEL COMEDY
CHICKEN A-LA-CADAIlirr
IVnturliiK Tim
TUESDAY Ai WEDNESDAY, JULY IS & II
"The Deep Purple"
H HEEL HUPEIl SPECIAL
From tint Hook nnd Piny of the hiiiiio
Tlllo
Also n a rwl Chrlity Comedy
TIU'ltSDAY, JULY in
The Girl in 29
(I KEEL SPECIAL, ONE NIGHT ONLY
WITH AN ALL HTAIl CAST
From tho Ijito Saturday Ewnlnn Post Story.
AltSO
A COMIC and SCENIC
MATINHE'S HTAUTi! I M.
NIGHT'S START 7 P.M.
COMING!
WHKUIT'S IIAWAIINH TltOt'l'i: OF II 1IAWAIINS
DoiiKhm FnlrliaiikM In "THE MOLLY CODDLE"
NOTI
Wo linto n secluded Section
In Uio rt'nr of tho hoiifco, nml
wo ran arrange for llox par
tie any Uino. ,
is sooklng to old agricultural dovolop
incnt, land settlement, good roads,
railroad extension, Irrigation and In
dustrial expansion.
WE WANT YOU WITH UB, and
wo want you to gel others to assist
In providing n bolter flnancod organ
ization to work for tho things which
will bring Orogon moro people.
With n budget of $460,000 ($150,
000 n year) covering a 3-yonr period,
to bo ralsod In n state-wldo canvass,
we shall have n State Chambor equip
ped for real service to our stnto, our
community, nnd ourselves,
Within tho noxt week u committee
of your follow citizens will call on
you. aivo them n honrlng. Thoy feel
Hint tholr errand Is vitally Important,
or they would not tuko tho tlmo nwny
from tholr buslnosH to dovoto to the
Intoresta of Oregon.
THEY WANT YOU WITH THEM.
Yours for a Droater Oregon
CHARLES HALL,
Prosldont, Oregon Stnto Chambor of
Commorco,"
4NTERESTING FARM HEWS
(Oregon Agricultural Collcgo)
,tt llrntids Math- III Oregon
Tim iiut nt K7 rnmmercial fertili
zers that may legally bq sold In Oro
gon this year shows tha,t 34 of them
nm mnitn in firoiron by threo Port
land firms Pacific Products Co.,
Portland Seed Co., and Swift & Co
The list as published by the O. A V.
Experiment station gives the fertility
content of each brand as guaranteed
on the container and as found by
analyses of samples bought by tho
station In tho open market. Farmera
...i,n nim in ninko Intelligent use of
commercial fertilizers get the station
bulletin containing tno nsi iree oi
farm crops specialists at O. A. C, It
Is allowed to llo In the hwiiIIi only
long unough to wilt, not to dry out.
Sun drying wastes tho Juices, curing
saves thorn.
Covering Spray Needed
"Apple worm moths are busy de
positing eggs now. Tho cool rainy
wonthor following tho earlier ovlpos
Itlon dolayed the main brood until
tho prosont tlmo," Buys A, L, Lovott,
entomologist of tho O. A ('. Experi
ment station.
"Qrowors who applied tho '30-dny'
spray provlous to tho rains should
apply a protecting sprny now,
"All Indications point to n rather
light Infestation or worms nl this
tlmo. Curoful spraying will check
tholr Increase, nnd ho of docldod vnluo
In preventing u honvy Into brood of
worms,'
WeMowr llchlgnx Position
E. L, Westover, well known dairy
spoclnllst of tho O. A. C extension
sorvlce and tho federal dairy divis
ion, bus resigned to become field re
presentative of tho American Quern-
soy cnttlo club. "Mr, Wostovor has
boon u strong man and wo regret
losing him from our stntf," snys Puul
V Marls, director of oxtonslon. "Ho
Is, howovor, entering a fluid of par
ticular Interest to him, and we wore
unable to meet th Inducements of
fered." Mr, Wostovor will have
charge of the work In tho 11 wostoru
statos, with hoadiiuurtors nt Port
land Ills resignation takes effect
August 1
It It's printing, yve can do it,
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Drc8 Pattern Ue Explained
n.nmnrlnl flnthlntr it a t t 6 r tl a
should be tested by comparing meas
ures of pattern with measures of
person, says Miss JesBle Riles, of the
O. A. C, extension service, nutn tu.
rectlons as aro necessary may then
i, m.,ii nn I Im naner Datteril How
the pattern may bo altered to suit
the individual figure is xiiihct i
description and Illustration In bul
Utln 314, copies of which are free,
write the college, CorvalUs.
Lart Lewis Hulletln Out
"Fertilizers for Oregon Orchards"
ia ih i-it n a. c. Exoerlment sta
tion bullotlu written by Prof C I.
Lewis, former head of horticulture.
It gives a digest of the vast bulk of
orchard lore gathered by Professor
Lewis and his assistants, two of
whom Joined In preparing mo uuue-
lln auhlAot msttnr. It elves. of
course, his natured Judgment on the
principles of tree nutrition and how
It can be best supplied ior (iiueimu
fruits on various soil types. Copies
are free.
Good Hay Cured, Not Dried
Sun burned liny Is not good hny
Wnll iMirAil hnv la cured either In
w'nd-o'-a nr 1u si v'i y'n oj to
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That is just what the Round Roof barn accomplishes. Its construction
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The light timber construction makes this barn easy to build.
Any Size
For your particular purpose a small burn nay be all that in
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be carried out on any desired scale. We will gladly supply
you with complete drawings and specifications.
Always Glad to Have You Call
BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER CO.
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