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THE ONTARIO ARG,UEI, ONTARIO, OREGON, THUHSDAYtNOVEMBER 17, 1921
WHAT A DOLLAR in CASH WILL BUY $
PROGRESS HADE IN SMITIf-liUGHES COURSE
IHGRUTIIRE DURING FIRST VEAR HERE
SPECIAL VALUES FOR
97 PAIRS WOMEN'S
HIGH TOP SHOES
In Button nml Litre
Thin tot contains boiiio goodycar
welts, with vnluoi up too $8.00.
S Salo Special $1.00 per pair
OHALL1E, 5 YDS. $1.00
Good weight full 30 In. wldo, noth
ing bottor (or com Tor ta, a very good
$ Sale Special, 5 yds. $1.00
CO PAIRS INFANTS'
SPRING HEEL DRESS
Thin lot Include fancy top buttons
nml plain colors, valuos up to f S.4C.
$ Salo Spocial $1.00 por pair
A GOOD WEIGHT
CORSET FOR $1.00
This In a very nood vnluo In n
Warnors rust mid tear proof corsot,
$ Salo Spocial for $1.00
PERCALE, 5 YDS. $1.00
This Is n Reed weight fast color,
full 30 In. In dark and light pat
terns, $ Sale Spocial, 5 yds. $1.00
Thin lot lit of n good grndo cotton
fleeced union regular $1 35 valuo In
$ Salo spocial $1.00 por suit
OIL CLOTH, 3 YDS. $1.00
Pull width oil cloth In n varloty of
light nnd dark patterns,
$ Salo Spocial, 3 yds. $1.00
BACK PERCALE AND
In good wash patterns,
$ Salo Special $1.00 Each
LOT CHILDREN'S HOSE
4 pr. $1.00
A good grndo cotton school bono In
black and brown, n limited amount
$.Salo Special 4, pr. $1,00
FLANNELETTE, 5 YDS.
Thin Is a very good material for
light wolght klmonas and also a
good comfort material,
$ Salo Spocial, 5 yds, $1.00
Hoys' Jazz caps, regular COc values,
Just tho things tho hoys want In a
variety of colors,
$ Salo Special, 3 for $1.00
LOT LADIES HOSE
5 pr. $1.00
This lot Is a good wolght, flno rib
bed hose, regular 30c valuo In black
$ Salo Spocial, 5 pr. $1.00
WOOL SERGE $1.00 YD.
A practically full wool sorgo. 30 In.
and 40 In. wldo, a vary good valuo,
$ Salo Special $1,00 por yd.
MEN'S WORK SOX
An extra good valuo men's Itockford
sox In gray and blue mlxtro,
$ Salo Special, 10 prs. $1.00
GOOD WEIGHT OUTING
In pink and bluo chooks and stripes,
rogular 26o valuo, a very good buy,
$ Salo Special, six yds. $1.00
3 YDS. FOR $1.00
A good wolght morcorlred poplin In
light and dark shados, 3- 7ln. wldo.
$ Salo Special, 3 yds. $1.00
A good eight ounce canvas glovo,
$ Sale Spocial, 12 prs. $1.00
LOT COTTON BATTS
8 for $1.00
This a now cotton long flbor, lb.
$ Salo Spocial, 8 baits $1.00
Black Jersey and Sateon
Oood wolght jorsoy and sateon, all
sizes up to sixteen years,
$ Salo Special 2 pr. for $1.00
MEN'S NECK TIES
Two of our, oxtrn nlco 7Cc tics for
11.00. These tiro unusual patterns
tlfat will ploaso tho most particular,
$ Salo Special, 2 for $1.00
LOT COTTON BATTS
4 for $1.00
This Is an extra long fiber, new
flrat nunlftv linfl. ramilnr ifln irrnilfv
$ Sale Special, 4 for $1.00
Two very good valuos
$ DAYS' SPECIAL
A good weight turklsh, largo slzo,
regular COc valuo,
$ Salo Spocial, 2 for $1.00
A good wolght buck towel, good
slzo, regular 35c valuo,
$ Sale Special, 4 for $1.00
Any of our wool nud silk and wool
mixed In nil tho popular shados,
$ Salo Spocial, 3 balls $1.00
Tho first year's work In tho Do-
partmont of Vocational Agriculture
of tho Ontario High School has Just
boon complotcd and a final check
modo of tho work. Tho Department
was opened Octobor 10th, 1920. It
was tho first tlmo In tho history
that a stato substdtzod dopartmont
of Agrlculturo haC ovor been at
tempted In this school and was con
sidered a long tlmo boforo actually
Tho object of tho department Is
to loach tho fundamentals of agrl
culturo to thoso students who ex
port at somo tlmo to become farmers
Twenty boys enrolled for tho work
last Octobor, lator flvo of thoso
dropped out for various roasous. A
check of tho project or oulsldo work
dono as n part of tho roqulromonH
of tho department shows that 1480
was mado by tho flftcon boys. Tho
highest return mado hy any ono
student was $180 mado by Joo Mos
8oo on a dairy project. Ono boy,
however, lost on somo hogs Pro
jects covering most ovory typo of
farming woro carrlod on by tho dif
ferent boys. A list of somo .of tho
projects shows boo keeping, hog
raising for pork, puro bred hog
raising, dairy cattlo, boot cattle,
grain raising, farm management, al
falfa production and poultry.
In addition to this Individual
work tho class as n wholo did work
such as constructing poultry houses,
pons, foodlng racks, solf readers,
farm butchering and a numbor of
An Important foaturo of tho class
work Is stock Judging, last year an
attempt was mado to organlzo a
stock Judging team, Tho team nol
octod wont to Union, Oregon last
Juno and won first plnro and had
tho high scoring man In tho contost,
A largo silver loving cup was tho
roward of tho team. By winning nt
Union tho team was soloctod to rep
resent Eastern Oregon at thS con
test to bo held at Portland Live
stock Exposition which was hold last
week. In this tho team took third
place and again furnished tho high
man of tho contest.
Tho studonts pt tho department
woro organized Into an Agrlculturo
Club and this club has had charge
of tho Farmers fair last spring,
tho Huskln' Dee this fall, and tho
fathor and son banquet last spring.
Tho club .Intends to contlnuo Us
work with tho plan of dovoloplng a
bolter understanding of tho work of
tho dopartmont by tho people.
Plans for tho year Include two
main community projects. Ono Is
tho milk tooting. Whllo It Is Im
possible to glvo au official tost be
causo of certain requirements which
cannot bo fulfilled by a high school
studont, tho tosts mado will bo Just
as accurate. In each caso tho tost
will bo a sovou day one, or In somo
cases will bo a continuous test for
a porlod of six mouths. No chargo
wilt bo made for tho testing. Tho
student making tho tost will bo on
hand to take Bamplos. Sluco Mai
nour county docs uot havo an offic
ial testor tho work dono will fill
a big gap and will holp tho farm
ers to havo a bottor Idea of tho cows
which they koop.
Tho othor community project Is
tho scod corn tooting and tho treat
ment of small grain for diseases.
In this work tho treating will bo
dono In tho seed lubratory and will
bo as accuruta as a tost mado by
O. A. C. In tho traatmont of seeds
tho farmor will supply tho choml-
cals, tho students In chargo will do
tho mixing and tho troatmont. All
of this will bo dono froo. Any tlmo
during tho wlntor months tho seed
corn testing will bo douo.
It Is tho hopo of tho dopartmont
that many farmors will tako an In
orost in this work nnd allow tho
department to do them a roal bit of
good. At all times tho practical
sldo of tho work Is omphaslzod aud
only enough thoory Is addod to
comploto tho understanding of tho
work bolng dono.
Last year only ono class was or
ganized. This year throo coursos
aro offorod Animal Husbandry,
Fnrui Crops, and Farm Manugomont.
At prosont thoro ara 44 studonts en
rolled, an Increase of 12G9&,
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OP OHEOON FOR THE
COUNTV OF MALHEUR
A good wolght double cotton
lllankot, slzo 45 by 72 In. This Is
a roal valuo, only two to a customer,
$ Sale Special $1.00 por pr.
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Sunday School at 2 p. m. Sunday
at Park School House. Preaching
service at 3 p. m. There were 40
out to church last Sunday to hear
the splendid sermon delivered by
Mrs. J. L. Rrown called on Mrs.
Osborne Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Cruse, Geo. Lattlg and J. L.
Drown motored to Melba Tuesday,
looking after seed potatoes for the
ranchers on the Slopo.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Drown and
family were guests of Olive Wlsby
and family last week.
1 Charles Skipper and son Oeorgo
left Sunday afternoon for Cambridge
nnd Indian Valley to see about buy
Mr. and Mrs, Oeorgo Sullens and
son Harold were guests Sunday of
Henry Barker and wife of Frultland.
who entertained In honor of the third
1 birthday anniversary of Harold Sul
lens, Mrs. Chifrlos Skipper and Mrs.
Qeorge Skipper visited relatives In
Mr. and Mrs, Ira Ray and daught
er Ooldie spent Sunday evening at
the J, Lv Drown hom.
Mr. Frost, John Dartche, S. J.
Swipson, I. I. Culbertson and Jack
Darker made a trip last week to the
head of Stacy Creek for poles and
wood. They report over 100 loads
of wood hauled out of tho forest re
servo within the last, three months,
many people having put In their
winter supply or fuel at a compar
atively low cost.
E. L. and J. L. Drown havo leased'
the north forty acre tract of the
Northrup ranch, and expect to put It
out to potatoos the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Northrup aud
family moved to Payette last week.
Mrs. Lias, Miss Lias, Mrs. Mason
Clough and Miss Maudo Culp spent
Saturday In Ontario where Mrs. Lias
and Miss Culp are taking treatments
Mesdames Charles Skipper, Mason
Clough uud Oeorgo Skipper were the
guests of Miss Maudo Culp Monday.
J. U. Drown had tbe misfortune to
get his foot badly hurt one day last
week, when tbq horso be was riding
reared and tell catching Mr. Down's
Mrs. A. M. Johnstone and children
visited relatives In Nyssa Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Mllklu woro Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C A. Karst.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Conner and
daughter Pearl visited relatives at
Jonatan, Idaho Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Stonebreaker
of New Plymouth and their guests,
Mr. aud Mrs. Eschbaugh and Mrs.
Stonebrakor of Iowa visited P. M.
Doals and family Tuesdayr
The Oregon Trail Highway was
computed Monday across Dead Ox
Flat, which gives tbe peoplo of the
Flat tho best road In this section of
Work Is bolng started by tbe
Houser Construction Company on
that section of tho Oregon Trail
Highway from the Slide to the Daker
Tho people of the Slope havo Just
cause for rejoicing over the fact that
they havo such a splendid road to
three good towns.
Mrs. Otto C. Miller entertained
at six o'clock dinner Thursday even
ing In honor of tho birthday anniver
sary of Mr. Miller. The guests wore
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Chapman of Pay
ette and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Vin
cent Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carlco nnd Mr.
and Mrs, Roy Ourrell visited friends
In Ontario Friday evening.
Mr, and Mrs. William Howard of
Dlrdlngs Island, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Vincent and Reva Miller were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Carlco was quite badly hurt
In the football gamo Saturday be
tween Payette and the Inter-Mount-aln
Institute, which caused him to
lose several days of school.
When Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ira Cul
len left the Methodist Church Sun
day evening they discovered their car
was missing. It was located Mon
day north of town on the Idaho high
way by Qeorge Sullens. where those
who bad taken It bad apparently
ran out of gas causing them to
abandon tbe car.
Gonovu A. Dlbblo, Plaintiff,
Jao V. Dlbblo, Dofoudant.
To Jao V. Dlbblo, tho ubovo named
IN THE NAME OF THE 8TATE
You aro hereby roqulrod to ap
pear and answor tho complaint fllod
agulnst you in tho above entitled
suit on or boforo tho oxplratton of six
wooks from tho dato of tho first pub-
llcutln of this summons, tho samo
bolng tho lust day of tho tlmo pro
scribed by ordor of tho court direct
ing sorvlco of summons In said suit
to bo mado upon you by publication;
and If you fall so to answer, for
want thereof, tho plaintiff will apply
to tho court for tho rollof domandod
in tho said complaint, to-wlt:
For a docroe of said court grant
ing tho plaintiff an absolute dlvorco
from you, and awarding tho plaintiff
tho custody of Evorott Nelson Dlbblo
and Harold Vornon Dlbblo, tho min
or chlldron of plaintiff and dofoud
ant, and for all othor rollof demand
ed In said complaint.
You aro furthr notified that this
summons Is sorvod upon you by pub
lication under and by vlrtuo of an
ordor of tho Hon. E, II. Test, County
Judgo of Malheur County, Oregon,
which said ordor was mado In suld
causo on November 10, 1201, and
dlroctod that this summons bo pub
lished onco each wook for six succes
sive wooks lu tho "Ontario Argus."
Tho flrtit publication Is on November
17 1021, nnd tho last publication Is
on December 20, 1921.
WELLS W. WOOD.
Attornoy for Plaintiff.
My residence and post office ad
dress Is at Ontario, Oregon.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to oxpross our thanks
and gratitude to our many friends
who extondod kindness aud sympa
thy to us In our groat sorrow, lu
tho loss of our dear mothor and
Mrs. II. W. Clomont nnd family.
FOR RENT A now throo-room
furulsbod house on tho East side.
Inquire C. II. Trousdalo,
FOR SALE Sweet Cucumber plc
klos. Call 377-F-3 Payette.
Tho ranchers In tho Slopo are all
busy plowing their land for early
seeding of spring wheat. A goodly
share of the remaining acreage of
alfalfa Is being turned under by the
farmers who realize tho necessity of J
diversification of crops. A largo
acreage of early potatoes will bo
planted next spring, estimated at
There will be a shadow social at
Park school house Wednosday even
ing Novoinber 23, A cordial In
vitation Is extended to all and un en
joyable evening Is promised to all
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sabbath School at 10:00 A. M.
Classes for all ages. Parents come
with your chlldron. The class tak
ing tho stato Bible courso was
formed last Sabbath and will be ful
ly organized next Sabbath. Enroll
ment In this class should be made
soon, teacher Francis E. Springer.
Special Thanksgiving Service at
11 A. M.,: Opening Sentonco, Invo
cation; "Happy is that People'
quartette; Song, scrlpturo, Prayer,
Song by Congregation; Announce-'
ments; Special Music, Thanksgiving '
sermon; Prayer and Song, Congre
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