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THE ONTARIO A ROUS, ONTAKIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY If), 1921
"Just Between You and Me"
says the Good Judge
Here's genuine chewing
satisfaction for you, hook
ed up with real economy.
A small chew of this class
of tobacco lasts much long
er than a big chew of the
ordinary kind that's be
cause thc full, rich, real
tobacco taste lasts so long.
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that,
' m in two stiles
W-B GUT is 11 long fmc-c:it tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
IRONSIDE NEWS NOTES
JUNK 1HT TO
(Union I'urlflc HjnIiiii)
or Knimuu City .,.,,, Jjt.H7.do
Bt. I.ottls 101.40
8t. Paul or ,
Minneapolis ,,.. 105.00
Tickets good throo inoiitliit lint not
to exceed October 31.
See Our Water Systems
We have new and second hand Pressure Tanks,
Motors and Pumps, and will be pleased to give
you any information for installing pumps.
H. R. Wick
Phono 152-M Ontario, Oregon
Mr. nnil Mrs. Walter Thompson
mtuto a trip to Ontnrlo on IiubIiiosb
ono dny Inst week.
J. I). Hllllngsloy and daughter,
Mrs. Don I'lntt enmo down from
tholr homesteads on Lost Crook on
routo to Ontario tlio lust of tlio
Mr. Mnrtln of tlio Eastern Orogon
Land Co. from San Francisco, David
Qrnhnm and A. M. Taylor of On
tnrlo wore viewing tholr range and
ranches In this vicinity tho post
Mr. Orvlllo went to Wnlln Wnlla,
Washington tills past wook.
Mr. Tnrotnnn moved up to his
home this past week.
Arch Myers tins moved to tho
Cohiim plaro to rldo rango In this
vicinity for tho tinstorn Oregon
"Red" Chcstor nnd his wlfo canto
down from tholr homestead tho
last of the wcok.
A. M. Tnytor nnd wlfo and small
sou of Ontnrlo nro nt tho homo of
Arch Myers this wcok.
Don I'lntt went to Ontnrlo ono
dny this pnst wcok.
Illll Cooley enmo thru hero with
a load of supplies onrouto for tho
Stnufleld Camp above hero.
Mr. Capo was n business visitor
at tho storo this wcok.
Ironside and llonltn fans met nt
tho llonltn hall pnrk Sunday, Scoro
was ono to 1 1 In favor of Ironside.
A picnic dinner wns served nnd nil
hnd an onjoynblo time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klmor Lnwrcnco nnd
Mr. nml Mrs. Alva Lawrence of Uni
ty nttended tho gnmo.
Miss No nth I.nthropo spent tho
wcok olid visiting at tlio I'hclan
nnd Mlllor homo nt llonltn.
It. C. Hints nnd son, Frank, mndo
n business trip to Vnlo Monday.
Fred nnd Wnltor I.awrenco took
their stock to tho resorvo at Flag
Kd llenm nnd family wont to On
tario nnd Nyssn to spond tlio wook
with frlonds nnd rolnttvos.
Arthur Van lluren, vlco president
of tho Stock Association, attended
tho stock meeting hold nt Hnrdy
Murray's on camp creek, Sunday.
Stato Highway Commissioners,
John H. Ycon nnd W. II, llnrrnlt, of
Portland woro nccompnnlod to Uni
ty nnd Ironsldo by tho linker Com
mercial Club mon, Jinlgo Duty, Mr.
Cauldor nnd Walt Mcnchnm. They
woro mot nt Ironsldo by tho follow
ing boosters of Ontnrlo, Vnlo and
llregnn: P. J. Gnllaghor, C. C .Van
I'otton, J. H. Illnckaby, Gcorgo Mad
dux, George K. Alkon, Frank VIiich
and K. II. Tost, county Judgo, of
Ontario; Lloyd Illchos, Julian Hur
ley, ailbort W. Dunn, Hugh McCttll,
I.00 Schmlds and Itobt. D. Lytic, of
Vale; nnd J. A. Kennedy of Ilrogan.
Thoy woro oscortcd to llrognn nnd
Vnlo by tho boosters over tho high
way that Is Just tindor construction
from Jhmloson to Vnlo. Vnlo gnvo
tliotn n banquet on nrrlvlng thoro.
Jnmos McDervo nnd C. M. Klbblo
mndo flunl proof on their homestead
nt Malheur City Monday before (
Mr. Judd of Clover Crcok wns an
Ironsldo visitor for supplies Monday.
Hub Walters passed thru Iron
sldo Mondny from Cnmp Crook to
Mr. and Mrs. Albort Morfltt was
Ironsldo visitors, Tltursdny morning
enrouto to Unity whoro ho will rldo
tho rango this Btimmor.
Mr. Phillips, Mnnngcr of Eastern
Orogou I.nnd Co. farm nt Jnmlcsou
wns an Ironsldo business visitor
Tho miction snlo at W. A. Anthony
Saturday was well attoudod. All
tholr household goods, farm Imple
ments nnd ono hundred stnuds of
bees woro sold.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. lltitborford
woro Ironsldo visitors from Malheur
Mr.nnd Mrs. F. Smith mid Miss
Tholmn Smith woro Ironsldo visitors
from llrognn Suiidny.
Win. Turomnn nnd Itoscoo Welch
roturncd to tholr homo nt Malheur
Orvlllo Nichols went to Ontnrlo
'Thttrsdny to move tho liotisohold
goods of Ernest I.ocoy nnd family
who nro moving lioro nftor spending
tlio pnBt nlno months In Ontnrlo for
Mrs. 1M I tit Itobbertsou of Grouse
Crcok wns shopping In Ironsldo
S. M. Matthows returned homo
from linker whoro ho has been the
past wcok with his wlfo who Is
taking modlcal treatment thorn.
Ross Itood of Unity went to Ilro
gan via Ironsldo for n loud of freight
for tho Kurnt Itlvcr Morcnutllo Co,
O. Y. Chcstor of Vnlo wns un
Ironsldo visitor going to Malheur
Mrs. Oscar Huthorford visited
Mrs. II. M. Huthorford at Malhotir
Sunday nnd Monday.
W. A. Anthony nnd son, Cltns.,
took tholr departure for Situ Diego,
California Monday by auto where
thoy will ntnko tholr fttturo homo.
Wm. Tiiroinun, 11. Welch went to
Vnlo Saturdny on business.
Mr. Until of Lost Valley, roturncd
homo Monday after spending sovornl
dnys at Ironsldo holplng Itnlph
Hnry survey some fonco linos on
Kd. Iloromnn was called to Port
land, Friday, by tlio death of his
John Smith nnd sons woro Iron
sldo visitors Saturdny.
E. F. Cnlllns, llfo Insttrnnco ngont
of Ilnkor for McMum Voll Co. was
an Ironsldo visitor Friday. John
Allen nccompnitlcd hint.
Mr. Hnll, llfo Insttrnnco ngont of
Kelso, Idaho, was ut tho homo of
C II. Dlckorson adjusting rouril
lions nftor tho burning of tholr
hotiso, Thttrsdny mid Friday.
Wnltor nnd Karl Wenvor of llon
ltn woro Ironsldo visitors Friday.
The pleasure is worth it. There's no sub
stitute for Camel quality and that mild,
fragrant Camel blend.
The fellow who smokes Camels, wants
Camels. That's because Camels have a
smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you
can't get in another cigarette.
Don't let anyone tell you that any other
cigarette at any price is so good as Camels.
Let your own taste be the judge. Try
Camels for yourself . A few smooth, refreshing
puffs and you'd walk a mile for a Camel, too.
R. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co.
Wlattou.StUm, N. C.
OWYHEE NEWS NOTES
Owyhee, May 12 Fred Kllngback
nnd T. M. I.owo motored to tho Ileud
Inst Thursday to hear Prof Mnns
flold's loctttro on tho fnriiior'fl pro
bletiis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. Schwolzor nnd
daughter, Dolln, woro wook oud visi
tors In Ilrogan.
Harry Nowby, of Nyssn, was a
guost of Hollo Fonn last weok.
Itov. nnd Mrs. W. F. Shields woro
gttosts to dlniinr nt tlio Kllugbark
Tho Ulcolow family woro Goto
City visitors, Wednesday.
George W. Kenton nnd son Clyde
of Kelso woro guests nt tho DoKord
Messrs. Frank Friar and K, F.
Korr woro Nyssn visitors, Saturday.
Tito Kllngback family woro din
ner guests nt tlio DoKord homo .Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Hlto mid fam
ily left Monday for Long Valloy
whoro thoy will spond tho summor.
Vorna Hlto, who is convalescing nf
tor mi attack of pneumonia will
.visit at tho Gus Schwolzer homo for
a few days.
Frod Snlvoloy wns down Monday
from his homo up tho Owyhee rlvor.
Mrs. W. W. Smith vlsltod hor
daughter, Chnrlotto and family,
Itov. Chns. Klom and Hugh Allen
of Ontario woro guests to dinner at
tho Kllngback homo Tuesday. They
also visited other homes in Owyhee
nnd in tho Kolony. Itov. Klom an
nounced that ho will bo accompani
ed by a dottblo malo quartette
when ho holds his regular service
hero on tho fourth Sunday In May.
Mr. mid Mrs. Chns. Schwolzer and
Dolln returned from Drogan, Mon
day whoro thoy spent tho weok end
at tho Axtel Iteod home.
Machines speed up Hay Harvest
THERE are two big reasons for speeding up -the
cost of labor and the pressure of other work.
MeCormiek and Deering Mowers are light draft,
easy to handle and can be depended upon to cut hay
MeCormiek Hakes got all the hay.
TROXELL IMPLEMENT COMPANY
Six State Licenses
Lady Assistant When Desired
Modern Chapel Room
Ambulence Service With all Modern Conveniences
II. L. Peterson
ONTARIO FURNITURE CO.
C. R. Augustus
TO TRADE Good team of
horses to trado for Ford Runabout.
Also wont to buy Ford car for
cash. Phono 183, Hunt and Robinson.
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