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, -A ' THff ONTAPIO ARGUS, QNTABIO, OREGON, THURSDAY JUNE 22, 1922. THIS MIGHT SOLVE I WEEVILS MENACI If Plan Succeeds on Tres AVliy Nol on tho Woovil Might Ask De piirtiiiont of Agriculture to Try It Out Here I i 1 II I I II III I m kiM M H i SALE STARTS EXACTLY 9 A. M. WED., JUNE 28 i Liu 'wg A. s yLt-cb vy -i Wr TIlA r ' ijflli .7 1 Ounce Funnel WaZ SugarSliaker Wa3 E&Separator Wa4 Measuring Cijp Wo.5 TbothPichHolder at 1 Will Buy Wo.9 ChilMCup NallTeaSrainer Walt) OctatonSaUPepperWalS Grater ii tawaLLLLLLLd Wall Doikhnut Cutter Wal9-CldthesSprw)er jvuv rurutxifiuc Wh2I PanCakeTurncr Wal2ImohJulce&aactorWa20Parui m 13 roup strainer Wa6 "Mmitun!M-PemxrWall CuvStrainer Mx22fkimminf Ladle No.7 PuddinfMrnM WalS CoTfee-TeaStralner M.23 Shimmer JValo Pocket Uomo jvaMMctMeafurmgipoons ai i i ' ssil r !L-iX ""t5! rzrt.uippcr What 59cWHlBity Wo. 1 2qtPuddMPan Wo.6 lqtPanRmStramer Wa II TubedCatePan M2 yqLPraavMKcUle M. 7 hnkStramer Wa. 1Z CombmatwnJUnnd M3 Set cf 2 Pie Platet WaS lHqt. 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' ' Probably Never again will it be posssible for us to offer you such sensational values 'as you will find at this'speciaPsale of aluminum wear. An early attendance is urged so you will not be disappointed. ...' No telephone or .ail orders OlHIltitipS RPSlriftPfl SSSiST1 No 0 0 D Orders. l(IMIIIU IIC3 WOU ItlCU No packages wrapped J. C McCREIGHT HARDWARE E ino louowing euitorial on pes control takn from tho Salt 'Lain Tribune appears to havo posslbl application to tho fight against th'i alfalfa weovll. It mtgtit bo wel for the ranchers of tho county to lin torest tho department of agricul turo1 In providing the necessary ma chine and attachments to carry oi tho battle. This Is tho account as wrltton m tho Tribune: Several Interesting and successful oxporlmonts havo recently beeJ niado In Ohio airplanes as sprayer of trees when attacked by caterpll lars of other Insects Inimical to tro life. II. A. Gdssard, Ohio state an tomologlst, thinks that one alrplan can dust a strip of forest or of pecai orcnara in less time man twenty o tho most powerful liquid sprayini machines can cover the area. Th problem Is to perfect dusting mater ials so they will give results com parable to those obtained with 11 quid sprays. "Mrs Qossard says that In Franc alrpanes are being used, as scou machines to discover tho Iocatloi of grasshopper swarms and then t( scatter poisoned bait tor the des traction of tho Insects. Severa months ago the city entomologist o Cleveland, after experiencing groa difficulty In spraying some clesel: planted largo trees in ono .of th suburban parks, conceived the ldet that such a tract could be dustei from an airplane. Ho communlcat ed tho Idea to tho Ohio ozperlmenl station and solicited help. A hopper was designed by a spe dally detailed mechanic to carri about zoo pounds of arsenate ol lead powder which could bo emptied Into tho air by moans of a series ol revolving spoons operated with hand crank. Tho hopper was atl tachod to the side of tho plana somewhat lower and behind tbJ occupants of the cockpit, so thai they would not breathe any of thl dust. Besldos tho pilot anothe man was needed to turn tho crank Tho propeller and current created by the movomont of tho machine assisted by gravitation, distributed tho dust, which was caught by thl wind and carried through tho topi of tho trees. "Mr. Qossard also montlons th success met with by an alrplano li destroying a caterpillar post whlcl was defoliating a grove of catalpi trees, six acres In extent; at Troy Ohio. Tho airplane passod abou titty foot out from one sldo of th crovo and. twenty-five feet abov tho tops of tho trees. A atroni wind carrlod tho dust over tho en tiro grove, nearly 400 feet wide, am It could bo found in easily porcoptll bio quantities on woods and grasl for 150 feet In tho pasturo on thl distant sldo of tho grovo. Bffoctivl dusting, thoreforo, was done over width of about COO feet, or at thl rato of about ton acres per mlnutd Perfected apparatus Is oxpoctod tl lncroaso this sorvlco to thirty acre per mlnuto. Within throe dajrl after tho application, 99 por cent tho caterpillars In tho Troy grovl woro dead and strown on thl ground." GOODINO COIiMCGIO OFFERS $." BCIIOIiAUSIlIP FIUZI Tho editor of tho Argus Iibb heel asked to announce that tho truatol of Gooding College have awarded fifty dollar scholarship to tho homl graduate of tho local High schod fnr tho vear beginning Sopt. 1J 1922. In addition to being a good atil doht. tho applicant must have tl unqualified endorsement of the sui erlntendent or principal under whoi ho did his work and submit a con ploto rocord of his studies und sti dent activities. In order to hold tt scholarship, ho must llv doaiT maintain his rocord as a student ar uDhold tho Ideals of tho college. Though organized loss than tlv voara ago. Gooding Collego had onrollment ot 173 this past yoaj took first Place In tho lnter-con gloato track meet and In tho oril nrir-ni rnntost of Southern Idald and Graduated six studontB with tt liacholor's degree. In addition to full liberal arts course, it offoi frosbman and aohpmoro work, Hi samo as glvon In the best colleg and state univorsltles, to those Iil tending to major In engineering medicine, law, agriculture and olnl liar subjects. FOIl BALE Puro bred Tolas China Sow. IJred for fall farrov Den nose, II. F. D. U pd.