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THE ONTARIO AROUS. ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1921
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ONTARIO HIGH SCHOOL
WEEKLY NEWS BUDGET
Written and Edited by the News Writing Class of
Tlje English Department
A pleasant surprlso was enjoyed
Inst Wednesday evening by members
of tho cast of tho Junior play, when
tlioy were treated to a dotlclotis
luncheon sorved In tho domestic
At assembly Wednesday, Novem
ber 0, Holm Hood gava an oxcollont
talk on Oo (id English and Its ad
vantages. Sho hold, tho nttontton ot
tho nssombly throughout her talk
and received n vory hearty appUuso
at tho end.
Miss Gaboon visited friends In
Tho Mondny morning assembly
period was devoted to tho soiling ot
tags. Tho prlco ot tho tags Is ten
conts. Tho money obtained from
tho snto ot those tags will bo used
to tlnanco tho pep campaign.
Mr, Lathrop spont tho week ond
with lila parents nt Emmott. ,
Balurday, November 12, Modest
, Monro gave a freshman party nt hor
homo. GnmoB woro played during
tho evening and nt a lata hour
dainty refreshments woro served,
Tho froshmnn all reported n good
Mr. Hughos, William Wliomon,
Joo Knnyld and Kugono Sliny at
tended tho footbalf gamo Friday,
Novombor 11 nt Ilolso botwoen
Wyoming and Idaho. Tlioy wont
for tho purposo of obtaining soma
polntors but Mr. Hughes reported
that nono woro In ovldcnco as It
wan a vory poor gamo.
Tho Top Club mot Saturdny night
November 12, nt tho high school.
A sorpnntlno was formed, which
wound thru tho town stopping nt
oach crossing to glvo soma ot tho
High School Yells.
Inez Cary Is leaving Tuesday, No
vombor 16, for Spokano whoro she
will mnko hor homo.
Tho girls who aro going out for
basketball will practlco ovory Tues
day an Thursday at tho high bcIiooI
gym. Lator they will linvo tho uso
of tho opera Iioubo.
Tho assombly period Toosday
morning was given ovor to singing
"pep" songs and practicing yolls to
ho used at tho O. H. S. Nampn
Novombor 11, tho O. 11. S. Daud
played for tho Legion pnrado. They
played tho Star Spangled Ilannor
while tho flag was being raised.
Tho boys showed consldorablo Im
provement. Thursday morning nt tho aB&cm
bly Miss Conway In hor usual outer
talnlng manner rendered two vocal
selections. "Whon Song Is Swoot "
and "Hoverlcs". Sho responded to
a hearty oncoro with "Faggy Dow."
Friday, Novombor 18, occurs tho
last football gamo of tho season
which Is to bo with Nampn. It Is
predicted that this will bo tho hard
est fight tho boys liava had, but
tlioy aro roady for It and hnvo tho
strong support of tho school and
Tho total enrollment In tho On
tario schoolB Is 724, Of this num
ber 200 nro onrollod In tho high
At tho beginning of this wook
thirty now hooks wero placed In
tho high bcIiooI library.
Thursday morning Mr. Hainan
gnvo an Interesting tnlk on Advan
tages of good English In Uuslness
Frldny at 7:30, Novombor 18, tho
Parent Tcnchor Association will
hnvo tholr first regular mooting, a
program Is arranged and tho orches
tra will play.
Mr. llouchor left last Thursday
nlornlng for Ilolso to attond tho
Court Martial of tho It. O. T. C. of
tho Dolso High School.
Ford Champion X spark plug 00c.
WANTED At once, mnn or wo
man to represent us and net as our
agent In this community, good pro
position to right pnrty, muBt bo nblo
to glvo bank roforouca or put up a
cash bond. Lorlmor's City Oyo
Works, Dolso, Idaho.
FOR KENT Two bedrooms In
prIVata homo, 47tf.
LOST A bay goldlng and a black
maro with whlto faca and whlto
hind foot. Loft my placo on Mal
heur rlvor near Crystal and wore
Inst scon hoadod toward Ontario.
Finder ploaso notify T. P. Dulraor,
Payette R. F. D. No. 3.
FOR SALE I havo for salo flno
whlto rock roostors, tho C. Daniel
strain, Roso Cavlncss, Ontario,
Orn. Routo 2. 49-G0p
FOR SALE Corn on tho cob.
Will dollvor. John Knkobcoko, On
tario, R. R. D. No. 1.
FOR RENT 2 room npartmont
Ford purls again reduced. Radi
ators $18. fiO, trout springs $2 75.
FOR RENT Dodrtjom In modorn
homo. Call 00-W. tf.
'FOR 8ALE Drlck house, Bovon
rooms, thrco lots, gnrago, on main
Btreot. W. F. Escuo.
FOR SALE Automobile, NnBh
four, now. W. F. Mscuo.
. i -
MAL)li:UIl COUNTY KRAU lOTATK
nov. n to Nov. i a
Win, McNary ot ux to Fred Kllng-
back, 3C acres In BBUNEtf Sec.
13-21-45; flHMNWVi. Lot 2, W&
NEW Sec. 18-21-40. Oct. 24, 1021.
Edmund A. Frnsor ot ux to Malln-
da J. Jenkins, Lot 4, BEHBWW,
NBU8WW, Boc. 18; Lot 1, NEK
NWU Sec. 19-19-47. Nor. 4, 1021.
Hunt Bhcop nnd Land Co, to John
A. Hunt Fooder Co., EtfNWU, W
HNEU, Sec. 7; 8WV48EU Sec. 0-10-47;
WHSEU, 8EUSWV1 Sec.
1-10-40. Nor. 3, 1921. $1.00.
Waltor C. Rowling ot ux to Mary
Howard Drown, 8H8WW8Ei Boc.
17-18-47, Aug. 1, 1021. IS.000.00.
W. C. Dlount ot ux to N. K. nick
ford, NH8BUNEU 8ec. 27-33-39.
Jan. 23, 1919. $1.00.
J. R. Dlackaby ot al to Honry A.
Miller, NEUNEKNBUNEU Soc. 4-18-47.
Mar. 29, 1920. $360.00.
Bhortff H. Loo Noo to K. E. Nor
vail, E8EU 8oc. 14-19-44. Nov. 9,
1931. $298.80. (Redemption Cer
tificate). Myron A. Tatch to Frank M.
Orant, Lots 3, 4, C, 0, 7, 8, 9 and
10, niock 20; Lots 13 to 24 In. Dlk.
5, Annex. July 29, 1921. $1.00.
Sidney P. L. Wlmmer et ux to Ell
I. lleers, NEtfBEW Sec. 20; N
8WU, BE8WVi Soc. 26-23-38.
Nor. 22, 1920. $1,600.00.
U, 8. A. to Charlotto Cob urn, Lots
4, 6, and 7, Sec. 0-16-39. Juno 29,
U. 8, A. to Warren Illatno Spauld-ins-,
EHSBtt Soc. 0; 8 Soc. 6;
NHNWtf, and NBtf Boo. 8-10-39.
July 7, 1921. (Final Cert.).
U. 8. A. to Warren Dlalne Spauld
Ing, Lots 2 and 3, SEUNWtf,
SWUNEVi, E K8WU, WVjSBU
Sec 3-10-39. Nov. 20, 1919.
U. 8. A. to Warren Dlalne Spauld
Ing, 8WUNWK, WV4BWH Sec. 3;
SB4NE, E8E Sec. 4; NE.tf
i,E, Boc. 9; NWUNWVi Sec. 10-16-39,
Nov. 20, 1919.
Reuben MoCreory ot ux to Holly
Bros., Lots 3 and 4, Dlock 8, Adrian
May 1, 1920. $60.00
D. J. Burrough to John H. Forbes,
NHSEU, NBUSWVi Sec. 19-19-47.
Mar. 8, 1918. $2,00.00.
Sheriff II. Lee Noo to Vernon 8.
Griffith, BEWNWU Soc. 25-36-37
Jan, 3, 1921, $8.71.
U. S, A. to Jeff D. Dllllngsley.
Lota 1 and 2, SHNEU Boc. 3-28-38.
Feb. 12, 1903.
U. S. A. to F. A. Hydo & Co.,
8WUNWU, WtfBWtf Bee. 2; 8
Bee. 3; NHNEH, NNW Boo
10; NWNWU' Sec. 11-28-38.
Sept. 25, 1921.
U. S. A. to James Ernest Locey,
SBU8WU Sec. 16; NEUNEtf, B
EUNWU. EV48WU, WSE, SB
UBBU Sec. 22-14-40. Oct. 11, 1921
U. 8. A. to Fred E. Locey, SWtf
NEW Sec. 29-13-39. Oct. 13, 1921
Camlllous P. Lawrence to W. R
Lofton, All ot Soc. 2-1S-38. Oct. 3,
F. L. Morfltt ot ux to Allco M.
Williams, 10,30 acres In StiU Boc.
36-13-40. Juno 25, 1920. $1.00.
U. S. A. to Harrison Fay Drown,
SWU8WU Sec. 14; 8UNBU. Nft
8E, Boc. 22; NttNWU, BWUNW
VI Soc. 23-19-40, Aug. 0, 1018.
Harrison Fay Drown to Wluflold
Drown, Und. U Int. In SWU8WVI,
Soc. 14; SHNEU, NV&8EK Soc
22; NV4NWW, 8WV4NWU 8oc 23-19-40.
Nov, 7, 1921. $1.00.
U. S. A. to Clark C, Btlmmol, SH
NAVU, BWUNEU, NUKNWU Sec.
10-34-40. Aug. 1, 1019.
MAHIUAOi: MCKNHIM IKHUKI)
nurton O. Plcklo and Elvira Skin
nor, Nov. 8, 1921.
COMPLAINTS FILED IN CIRCUIT
Poarl N. Jonos vs. Don Jonos,
Nov. 7, 1921. DIvorco.
Carlos Dllbao vs. Jaca Commer
cial Co., Nov. 7, 1921. Rncovory on
First National Dank of Pocatolla
vs. T. II. Mooro, Nov. 9, 1921. Re
covery on Noto, $779.60.
Elbert Dutlor, Jr. vs. Hunt Shoop
& Land Co., ot al. Nov. 10, 1931
Foreclosure of mortgago, $10,000.
Thos. D, Nordalo vs.,N. D. Noyor,
Nov, 12, 1921. Recovery on account
PAID LOCAL ADS
FOR RENT Threo room furnish
ed apartment across from Mooro
Hotel. Mrs. W. C. Johnson. 49p,
LOST $6,00 gold piece, datod
1S34. Was in loathor match box
The ownor prizes this piece vory
highly and offers a reward of $10
to tho finder. Leave at Argus office.
FOR SALE Warehouse 40x80,
opposite depot on railway tracks.
Apply II. R. Udlck. 33-tt.
Qenutno Ford parts are Guaran
teed and cost less. FORD QARAQE.
FOR SALE At a bargain, Bur
roughs Adding Machine, slightly us
ed. Ontario Electric Co. 46-tf
FOR TRADE House and five
lots for good Ford Car, Must be
In first class condition. Inquire at
the Second Hand Store. Ontario,
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment, modern. Mrs. J. II. Gordon
Phono 60-W. tf
FOR 8ALE Dees, twenty stands.
See E. M. Smith, Ontario, Oregon.
FOR SALE Sporting rifle. In
quire W. Bosonn, Ontario, 48-49p
Poople's Second Hand Store. E. Par
rlsb, Prop. 26-tf.
WANTED Laundry work to bo
dono at home band work. Address
Mrs. B. B. Houges, Ontario.
LOST One pale, red milk cow,
no 'ear marks or brands, large ud
der, very gentle. Roward. A. V. Wil
son, Ontario, Fboaa 99-W,
n - P in "V,
James Ollvor Curwood'a
Majeitlo Friday nnil Katmibiy
IS ' IslS
MAJESTIC SUN. & HON.
I!!"!." ' 'J-
Adding Small Buildings
to the Farm is like Add
ing Rooms to the Home
Isn't it trno that for ovory fifty dollars you '
spend improving a homo or farm you valuo it
a hundred dollars more? You find it more
convenient, and it is really worth more.
Complete the Farm With
A well planned chicken houso soon pays for
itself in oggs. A healthier flock lays moro oggs.
Your tight roofed inmlomont shed keeps the
rust off tho machines and lengthens their
life. A good stahlo keops tho cows in hotter
shape, they give better milk, and your stahlo
work is easier. A good garago protects tho
investment in motor ear and truck.
If you would like to add a useful room Jo
your home, glass in tho porch with our
ready-made windows moderately priced,
Tim M'rtiro that got1 with llolsu I'njollo umtcilul
nut I; os (liem moro lulrnlilt piompt ilulhury, nc
cuntto cstlnuKcs, sound advice,
I lino u talk villi' our sales imwiugcr about liupiou
nieiitH now; bofoio winter ei'ln In jou ran lunci new
Geo. McLain, Sales Mgr. Ontario Yard
Boise Payette Lbr. Co.
BLASER CONCRETE CO.
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