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nnii ONTARIO ARGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1921
MALUUUIt COUNT HAS DECREASED ITS TAXES
OUR GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL
OP OUR ENTIRE . STOCK OF
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White; black and all wanted colors fit tremen
dous price concessions, reduced for
. immediate clearance
r Pattern Hats reduced 33 1-3
per cent; others at 50 per cent
v. One' lot priced at $1.95 for immediate sale,
i ' ' Values up to $6:00. ' ',
! Csbom Millinery
Ontario, - - - Oregon
And the world
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Therefore, try and catch the
Smiles of your family and
friends, with a
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let csting snap shots, and it will
gioe you many hours of pleasure .
' KODAKS ARE NOT
' ' ' Let us show them, We are sure
you will be interested
One of the main factors leading to success
The way to acquire CONFIDENCE is to
have your affairs in such shape that you
can avoid all financial worry and dependence
Tjiat leaves, as the greatest factor in your
success, the BANK ACCOUNT and its
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Crook county's levy for this year
Is $38,272, which Is an Increase of
$2843 over 1910, and $4125 lesa
than In 1920.
Deschutes county's lovy for this
ycar'ls$0C,89r,, which la $0998 loss
than In 1919, and $GDS2 mora than
Joffernon county's lovy for this
year la $38,091, which is an Incroaso
of $40G0 ovor 1919, nnd $2865 loss
Multnomah Gain Mr
With an Incroaso of $405,035
Multnomah loads tho list of twonty
ono countlos whoso lovlos ndvancod
during tho jilno-yoar porlod.
Clatsop Is Bocond with on Incroaso
of $231,380 Umatilla Is third with
an Incroaso of $222,875, Clackamas
Is fourth with an Incroaso of $151,
580, ami Tillamook Is fifth with an
Incroaso of $140,244.
Tho lncroasos In tho rost nro
Douglas county hoads tho list of
tho twolvo counties whoso lories do
crcasod, Its decrease bolng $00,108.
' Decreases Slight
Lincoln Is second with a docroaso
of $40,041, and Mainour Is third
with a docreaso of $29,520.
Tho docVoasos In tho romalndor
Tho lovlos of all tho countlos for
this yoar aggregato $0,420,990
which Is an Increase of $1,041,550
ovor 1913 nlno years. Includod in
tho total nro lovlos for all couuty
purposes, oxcoptlnn schools and
Editor's Nole: In tho Port
land Telegram Henry M. Han
con Is presenting a sorlos of
studies In taxation as shown by
by tho records of Orogoti for
tho past fow yoars. Thoso
studios covering nil depart
ments of govornmont aro Illum
inating and are particularly Ini
torostlng at this tlrao whon tho
pooplo nro considering such
!)' Henry M. Hnmon, In tho Port
Slnco 1913 tho tnx lovy for tho
administration of tho stato govorn
mont nlono has Increased $8,370,
891. It was $1,122,214 In 1913,' and
this year It Is $9,493,105.
Most of this giant Incroaso was
votod by tho pooplo thomsolvos, tho
Incroaso In tho legislative appropri
ations bolng slight.
Of tho total for this yoar 89,
493,105 tho legislature appropri
ated $3,394,861 and tho pcoplo $0,
008,254, or almost twlco as much.
In 1920 tho total lovy for tho
administration of tho stato govorn
mont was $4,391,208, and of this
amount the leglslaturo appropriated
$3,202,080 and tho pcoplo $1,188,
522. Pcoplo l'lnco Ilurdcn
Tho appropriation of tho leglsla
turo advanced from $3,202,080 to
$3,394,851 on Incroaso of only
Tho appropriations voted by tho
pooplo, on tho other hand, ndvancod
from $1,188,522 to $0,008,254 an
Incroaso of $4,000,732.
This Is an Increase of moro thnn
400 por cent, apd Is moro than
twonty-tlvo times grcator thnn tho
Incroaso In tho loglslaturo'H appro
priations. Horo aro tho'approprlattous votod
by tho pooplo for tho years 1020 and
Btato markot appropria
tion $ 000,435
Soldlera and sailors oduca-
tlonal appropriation . . 108,087
Stato Agricultural Collego
(4-7 of 1.2 mill, 1020) $ 070,156
(4-7 bf 1.2 mill, 1021) 713,718
University of Orogon
(3.7 of 1.2 mill, 1020) 600,300
(3.7 of 1.2 mill, 1021) 536,288
Orogon State Normal
(0-100 of mill, 1020) 60,420
(0-100 of mill, 1021) 02,4170
Soldlors, sailors, marines
lovy for 1021 208,107
Soldlors, sailors, marines
additional lovy 2.1 milts 208,107
matntonanco 2 miles.. 2,081,078
Stato markot road appro
priation 1 mill 1,040,830
MAJESTIC THEATRE FRIDAY, JULY 22
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Big 2 hour laugh. All Star College Cast.
i Mid-summer Sensation
g Back to Normalacy Prices
I Children 60c . Adults 75c, inc. tax
Uesldcs tho foregoing additional
malntonnnco lovlos, tho Orogon Agri
cultural collogo, tbo Unlyorslty of
Oregon and tho Orogon normal
school rocolvo regular annual main
No Limit Fixed
Tho rogular annual maintenance
lovy for tho Agricultural collogo for
this year totals $410,335, tho regu
lar annual malntonnnco lovy for tho
unlvorslty, $312,251, and tho rogu
lar annual lovy for tho Orogon nor
mal school, $51,033.
All tho appropriations nulhorlcod
by tho pooplo aro oxompt from tho
oporatlon of tho 0 por cent tax lim
itation amondmont, which was on
actod by tho oloctorato to limit tax
Increases to 0 por cent of tho lovy
of tho previous year.
By counties tho lovy for tho ad
ministration of tho stato govorn
mont, and Its lncroasos ovor 1913
and 1920 Is as follews:
1021 Incroaso Increase,
Stato Tax ovor 1020 ovor 1913
$ 2ft,S03 $ 115,746 $ ,102,620
119,147 , 05,417 104,004
324,004 174,767 284,311
289,131 182,095 203,875
130,800 76,661 121,407
217,009 118,074 192,268
36,013 10,208 31,000
281,573 144,895 222,230
107,013 01,207 00,080
78,693 43,354 00,294
100,588 66,494 07,300
93,791 60,440 81,041
270,097 140,023 231,712
74,796 30,122 01,077
103,073 80,318 144,872
105,212 66,983 06,944
374,645 198,649 329,744
74,843 42,353 00,004
288,268 163,923 251,308
182,800 97,269 160,516
393,022 209,634 342,045
104,813 55,460 .92,600
3,340,108 1,756,128 2,929,980
100,252 89,152 146,298
123,850 76,312,. 113,523
160,930 85,456 138,699
433,084 230,307 385,015
204,203 110,871 179,219
135,806 72,957 122,830
100,310 87,210 140,922
I 285 165,402 250,901
49,705 20,090 44,607
223.126- 121.803. 198.340
Crook county embraced both Doschutoa and Jefferson counties until
19.15, and hence a comparison of the 1921 tax with that of 1913 for any
of these three counties cannot be mado.
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Corner of Idaho & 2nd St. 8. W.
' (D. J. Gillanders, Pastor)
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching, 11:00 A. M.: Subject:
"Who Is Jesus Christ" Continued.
Union Endeavor, 7:15 A. M.
Preaching 8:00 P. M. Bubject:
"Things Inaffected by Time,"
Bible Study, Tuesday 7:30.
Sunday School 2:00 P. M.
Preaching, 3:00 P. M.
Thank you for the flno attend
ance Sunday. Come next Sunday
and bring others with. you.
FOR SALE Furniture, includ
ing Now Majestic range Thor wash
er and a" ono sadd,e- Te,epnone
A H'Zt , 'W'99
Oregon Journal delivered by car
rier Dy wd Sunday. 5c per mo,
Ky Xr at Turner'a New. fcVUd.
FOR BALE 4 room plastered
house. P. O. Box 417.
FOR SALE rAt less than cost, a
njw bungalow with all aodera con
veniences, located Just north of
laundry. For appoUstwent call O.
10 A. M. Sunday School
11 A. M. Preaching.
"Building a Life."
8 P, M. Preaching, Illustrated
Talk, "The Hope of the World."
We have received the first Cen
tenary help towards our bow church
project. A check was received last
week from Philadelphia for $475,'
Last year 270 new missJesarlM
were' sent to the foreign fMd as a
result of the Cestesary,
Mr, and Mrs, Will J. Roberts and
daughter, Ruth, Mrs, W, J. Lus
combe and son, Herbert, left last
Monday by automobile for Payette
Lakes whom they will attend tho
Epworth League Institute.
Miss Qlga Johnson of Boise, Ida
ho, visited Miss Ethol McNulty Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Adeline Brown, who is now
at Ocean Park .California, Staying
with her daughters Mrs. H. E.
Moody, dropped the Argus a card
the other day, to have her paper
sent there. She sends kindest re
gards to all of her friends.
When making Jelly, preserves, etc,
put up a few glasses for the sick.
The W. O. T. U. have distributed a
great many glasses of dainties the
past year, and will be glad of your
Make Summer Cooking
Easier with Carnation
A frozen dainty
Mix well together 2 cups of Car
nation Milk, 3 tnblcspoonfuls of
powdered sugar, I tablcspoonful
of vnnilln, und j of a cup of very
strong co flee; chill thoroughly,
then whip. Set the bowl in a pnn
of ico wnter whilo whipping; tako
off tho froth ns it rises. Turn the
drained whip carefully into a
mould, cover tightly, binding the
edges with a strip of muslin dipped
in melted butter, bury in ico and
salt for freezing. Let stand for
3 hours, wipe off mould, and turr
on serving dish.
Sand for Carnation Cook Book containing
100 practical l4td raclpai. Carnation Milk
Product! Co., 800 S. Oth St., Bell..
"Cook with Car
nation" and your
food will be fa
moui for flavor
economy of this
pure cowi milk
make it the ideal
milk for every
Inany recipe call
ing for 1 cup
milk, use only 3j
cup Carnation to
.III Uroetn Ntll Canuithn Milk
"from Cunttnlnl Cowt"
Harry Farmor's mothor of Fair
bury, Nebraska, who has boon visit
ing him horo for soveral wooka wont
to Cambrldgo Tuesday to visit rela
Mrs. J. W. Oearhart of Drewsey.
Is tho proud mothor of an 8 $4
pound baby boy, born ut tho homo
of hor mothor Mrs. n. V. Anderson.
Leo Alexander of tho Indopondont
Markot forco roturnod Saturday,
July 10, from Durango Colorado,
whoro ho has boon visiting bis par
ents for tho past throe weoks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blnckaby and
daughter, Margaret, and Miss ICath
erlno Kohoot aro visiting In Jordan
Valley for n fow days. Thoy drovo
ovor on Sunday.
Mr. Montaguo la building a now
bungalow In Rlvorsldo Addition.
Claude Koolo of tho Indopondont
Markot loft Sunday, July 17, for a
trip to Blue Mt. Springs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. R, O. Payuo aro tho
proud parents of a baby girl born
Sunday, Jjily 17,
Mrs. Waltor Glen nnd son Wos-
ley, accompanlod by Mrs. Bert Stac-
ey and Mrs, Rhiiiohnrdt of Vale
spoilt Monday In Ontario.
Among thoso who attonded tho
ball gamo at Welser Sunday were
Walter Cohlck and family, R, W.
Swagler, II. II. Tuuney, Loe Duus,
and Harry Farmor.
Chaa. Homan went to Brogan Sun
day and visited at tho Tom Logan
homo, returning Monday.
Mr, and Mrs, LoRoy Hull of
Qlonus Ferry returnod Sunday after
visiting a few days with Miss, floor
gla Hull, Mr. Hull's sister,
Friends of Earl Polllck a former
Vale boy, will bo Interested to know
that ho Is traveling salesman for
Chancellor and Lyon's Auto Supply
House, Portland, and covers tho ter
ritory between Portland and Boise.
He stopped oft In Ontario Monday
and talked with old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Thompson of
Ironside mado a hurried busluoss
trip to Ontario Sunday, returning
tho same day.
Miss Martha Lambert and father
from Jordan Valley are In town
this week and aro stopping with
Miss Lavlne Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Walton of Nyssa
Farm No. 3 of tho Eastorn Oregon
Land Co. are In town with their
daughter, who is taking medical
Mr. and Mrs. Laruo Blackaby re
turned last woek from Payette
Lakes. Mr. Blackaby left Monday
Xor Crane on a short business trip.
have a breeze
When there's not a leaf
stirring on tho trees, and
tho heat la oppressive in
every room in the house
then you need
Turn tho switch and you
have u cool, refreshing cir
culation of tho ozono that
takes tho discomfort out of
a hot day.
5 o Discount for
On all our electric fans,
suitable for various
Invest in Coolness
Buy a fun now ut and Elec
tric Shop of tho Idaho Pow
Idaho Power Company