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HIE ONTARIO ARdlTS. ONTARIO, OPEOON, '.ttltJBSDAY, JUNE 2,1021
"Here's Real Tobacco"
says the Good Judge
That gives a man more
genuine chewing satis
faction than he ever got
out of the ordinary kind.
so it costs less to chew
this class of tobacco.
And the good, rich to
bacco taste gives a world
Any man who uses the
Ileal Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put ut in two styles
W-B GUT is n long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
FIRST SETTLERS DUE
IN STATE JULY 19
linker County All Rently To .Show
Their Possibilities To llmncMTk-
,., They Will Visit Malheur
Count Too To View l-nnili
Orvlllo Nichols nnd Arthur Dcnm cIuih WIho from horo wuh oi.orutccl ,:l'l:'"V,,V.,,V,,.'L!,a:,,H
moved to tho Mountnlns Tuesday I nfJiiliirlo mm w ropone.i Bei- ,. .,.. i.vll,,K CJA
with their gasoline ongliio to waso tintf muiib nicuij. A, u Holland, who h.. .
MnPtrtn f tilnti.l t
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STARFIELD BILL TO .
HELP LIVESTOCK HEN
.Mi'iisnie To lie Introduced I'iohlel
Cor IiOiiiih lly Tim (iotrrn
inent mill 1'iirrliiuc of
Telegram Washington lliiH'nil
WASHINGTON. May 26 Senator
Itolmrl N. Stnnflold will probably
liitrnitiicn n hill today which has
heou approved an a whole hy the
war flnntico corporation, providing
for loans to cattlo nnd shoop raisers
hy tho government nnd flxliiK tho
purehimo of those loans or paper hy
Imnks. Tliu toxt of the hill, of
which tho senator will try to ne
on ro early pnssaito through the sen
nto with the aim of rellovltiK sheep
nnd oattln incn of tho 1'nclflc North
"The secrelnry of tho treasury In
11 period of Ic?3 than s'x months or
longer than two yearn
''The corporation shall not huy
such paper from any audi hank or
ompnny to nn nmount grentor thnn
four times the puld up cnpltnl nnd
surplus of the selling hank or com
pany. "All loans or paper purchased
under tho provisions of this net
shall ho Indorsed or Kunrnntced un
conditionally hy the hank or com
pany selling the sumo to tho cor
poration. In addition ,0 the In
dorsement or guarantee of tho sell
ing hank or company all security
tnken hy the selling hank or com
pany shnll ho deposited with the
corporation nnd such security shnll
litTn first lion on the cattle or sheep
In form approved hy tho corpora
tion. I'utrliiiki Iteotilcli'd
"No loan or paper purchased hy
tho corporation under tho provis
ions of this net shnll exceed . 75
pen cent of tho market value of the
cattlo or sheep pledged nt the time
such loan or paper Is purchased
"Loan or paper purchased under
tho provisions of this net shall
hear Interest at tho rate of 7 per
Imroby authorised nnd directs! to cent, pnynhlo annunlly or' at nmtiir
niivnnce or lend to the war finance Ity If mada for less than one year.
corporation nil funds accrued or ac
cruing from the frunchlso lux pro
dded In the federal rosorve net nnd
acts ntuetidntory thoroto.
"Tho war finance corporation
shnll execute nnd dellvor to tho sco
rotnry of tho treasury Its certifi
cates of IitilolitmlnoHfl thurofor hear
ing Interest nt tho rntu of G per
rout per nnuum, pnynhlo nnnunlly,
Tho advances or lonns shnll ho mndo
ns requested hy tho war flnnnco
corporation nnd shnll ho pnynhlo on
or hoforo tho dates of maturity
Hpoclflod In tho cortlflcntos of In
.Mny Purchase Paper
"Tho corporation Is horohy nil
t liorlzcnl and empowered to purahnso
from any state or nntlonnl hank, or
from uny llvostnck lonif company
which Is now duly organized under
the Iiiwh of any state nnd author
lied to make loans upon livestock,
paper Inked, hy such bftiik or com
pnny for loans mado to growers,
brooder or fooders of cnttlo or
"STn iinnnp nii.nlinonil i.ittA Ilm
I. 1'iii'vi inuiimavii uiiiici MIU
"Tho corporation shall nun-huso
such paper on the hasls of ft4 per
cent per annum nnd nllow or refund
to the soiling hank or company tho
difference hetweon tho 7 per cent
paid hy tho borrower and tho rt,
per con charged to tho soiling hank
or company hy tho corporation
"Any papor purchased hy tho cor
poration us herein authorized mny
ho ronowed or oxtended wholly or
In pnrt In tho discretion of the cor
poration nnd tho prorcods of any
paper collected may ho rolnvostod by
the corporation us heroin author
"All nets or parts of acts Incon
sistent with or In anywise contrn
voiiIiik the provisions of this net nro
hereby roponlcd." ,
AM. PLKATINO, Accordlun, side
or box promptly dono nt prices
reasonable Hollo Bur's I'lontlng
Works, 1110 First Avo. North. I'ny
otto, Ida. Mall orders solicited
I'liono 2G8M. 25-26
FOR SAI.i. or TRADB-
provlslons of this net shall bo for' Six Call nt Ford Oarngo.
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i are you?
1'ORTt.ANU, ORE., May C2
(Special) July nineteenth will
mark the date when thu first train
loud of homeseokcrs from the mid
dle wost will start from Oniuhn to
Oregon, according to nnnoiincenieiit
made by tho executho committee or
the Oregon stnto cliiituher of com
merce following receipt of u long
telegram from Wllllntn Itiinloy from
Omaha. This dntc wuh selected h
tho heads of tltc ngrlculturnl do
Irartment of the L'nlon Pacific sys
tem nt Omaha and confirmed here
hy tho executive committee of the
Hanlcy, art it director of tho stato
chamber. Is In Omaha with J. R
Hearing, colonization expert who Is
working with Union Pacific officials
In grouping together homeseckers to
bo brought to Oregon In a body Tho
ngrlculturnl department of the Un
ion Pacific will swing Its whole
forces Into tho drive to send settlers
to Oregon, It was announced.
Following notification ns to tho
results of tho conference la Omnhn.
Secretary Qunylo of the state cham
ber sent out letters to each commer
cial organization of tho stnte, urg
ing them to prepare for tho com
ing of the settlers, first, by obtain
ing listings of Innds In their dis
tricts at prices based upon careful
appralsnl, nnd second, to form, If
possible, n corporation of flunncing
commission composed of the lead
ing huslnoss men of the community
for tho purpose of buying up these
available lands, or obtaining options
upon them, under terms that will
permit tho settler to mnko good
"In regard to preparing, for tho
reception of tho settlors wlie,, they
arrive In Oregon, "snld 8ecretnry
Qunylo, "Kugeno business men hmo
already perfected n tentative organ
ization, the purpose of which is to
buy or obtain options on lauds nvnM
able for tho settler, and re-sell
these Innds on easy terms and long
tlmo payments. Tho Crook county
chamber or commerce was recently
formed and Is nlrondy at work pro-
paring for tho homeseekors, The
linker county chamber of commerce
has u committee working on plans
for Inking enro of settlers when
they nrrlvo In linker.
"Theso communities nro to he
commended for the promptness with
which they are meeting the situa
tion ,and I am certain that nil other
communities will do their share.
Tho stato chamber can only bring
tho settlors to Oregon. It U up to
the Individual districts to take care
of them when thoy nrrlvo and see
that thoy nro located whore thoy
enn mnko good."
Many applications for ndmlsslon
to tho special homoscokors party
aro nlrondy on file from middle
western farmers according to Score
tnry Qunylo. A recent letter fro
(I ray, Indiana, stuted that thro,
representative citizens of n largt
colony of prospective settlors had
boon selected to join tho party.
Mr nnd Mrs. Klmer Lawronco of
Unity spent thu week end with Mr.
MireiicoH parents, Mr. mid Mrs.
U. II Lawrence.
Mr and .Mrs. James Kims wore
ironside visitors Moudny, getting
Kll Roso wont to Vnlo Moudny to
got his mother mid sister, .Mrs.
Lottie Cohuni nnd nlecos Miss Dolly
nnd Ora Lnwreiue, who lime been
in Vale the past winter for school.
Mrs. Samanlha Uraham from
Washington is here visiting his sis
ter Mrs. J. II. Roso.
John Dolnnd, wuter mnstor, spent
tho first of tho week hero from
Mrs. C'nlllo mid Mrs. Wnlluco Dor
rick, nnd Krnostlno I.ocey were
Ironside visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. 0. 11. Dickson mid Mrs. Net
tle Lawrence wero Ironside visitors
R. It MeKny representing llnllow
& Wright Hardware Co., of Port
land was nn Ironsldo visitor Tues
day. Alfred Carpenter of Cnmp Creek
Hnwmlll brought u load of lumbe
to Ironsldo Thursday for H. C. Kims
Hownrd Ilros. hnvo moved Into
their wiwmlll nt Long Creek mid
will begin work right nwny.
Mrs. Lou Tiireinun of Malheur I
river was nil Ironside visitor I iiurH-, Uo wny 0f nroii.rM.- Y
i . ---mii nia
I ilnn from imrlv ui.-i.. r " W
Is wild to hnvu had, ns f "
Mr mid Mrs. I'd Roso returned
from Low Vulloy Friday whoro Mr.
Rose has been repairing roads.
Sylvester Rose nnd Fred (Inrilnor
went to linker Wednesday.
Wuller Lnwremo iiiuilo n trip lo
Ilrognn Wednesihiy nfter n loud or
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Ilurko returned
from Pnyetlo to their homosteud
neur Ironsldo Tuesday.
1 vnn Welch returned from noug
hts County Tuesdny whuio ho line
been visiting his parents tho post
few months. Mr. Welch will Im
prove his homosteud on Mnlheur
I. J. Ilnshroiick. ngent for (loud
yeur Tire & Rubber Co., nt , Halt
Ijiko, wus an Ironside visitor Tuesday.
K. Nichols nnd llulpli Harvey
mndo a IiusIiiomi
trip to Vnlo
FOR BALK OR IIHNT-Now lliroo
room house. 20 lots -half orchard,
half garden three IdoekH south
east school. Mrs. C. II. Trousdulo.
iiiuiir u any voirimiii i,.d n
rows of radlshos nnd pom .7.
Ima ulriitMin.l ,. ..I .' "Ci
.... ..- ..... ,,,, un, iricni r.,i.."
tho fumous NlchtoiVW
, nnil thru It cnrriM.:5
i curroiii, thus produdiiS
gh to easily tirot(.ri Ly
frost. Tho cost Is said to U fU
Jlght and thq oxporliuciit hti .2
mir i n HiiccoM liint Mr RoluK
detliled to put In mud, Mf. "
den and a hlg frost protcctlm'S
. in next vonr. W
CONOHKOATIONA , CHUTlCH
v uriiur ui iiiuno mill .'lid g( o
J. I). aillnndors, Pastor
Hutulny School, 10 00 A. 11
irencning, iiiou A. JI. RDvCI
VVlw Mav Pr,.,.l. n-l. '
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Junior Kiidcnvor. 2 30 p u
Seizor Kudenvor, 7:15 p v I
Preaching, 8:00 P. M. , 8,vJJ
"A Twofold Witness " ' ?1
lllhlo Bludy, Wodnesday );jj
Thank you for tho iphndidj
iiuiiiiiiiiu inn nuiiuay I iq .
you wero well pleased with tk
rhestrnl music. Come again.
W -an advantage
mf worth while
IRONSIDE NEWS NOTES
IS your kitchen uncomfort
nbly warm and does it re
quiro constant effort to keep it
clean and tidy?
Or are you ono of the thou
sands of happy women who
delight to work in a cool, shin
ing kitchen with a good oil
A good oil cookstovo is easy
to operate brings a steady in
tenso heat concentrated direct
ly on tho cooking.
For best results uso Pearl
Oil the clean economical ker
osene that is refined and re
refined by a special process.
Sold by dealers everywhere.
Order by name Pearl Oil, x
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HEAT AND LIGHT
W. J. Robertson en mo up to his
nomesienii nisi week, returning to
Unity this week with u hunch of
Mr. mid Mrs. Don Piatt nnd Mr.
und MrH. Clinton Trowel cumo up
from Ontario Inst weok to Mr.
Piatt's homestead on I .oat Crook.
T. Turemun enmo to Ironsldo ono
day last weok on huslnoss.
John Troby has boon helping (lor-
iiuii j mm uuii ,nr. nave loiico their
iioiuwsieniiu tins past weok.
Mr, Kims und fiimllv made n trin
to Unity one duy last weok.
Arthur Slmpso,, aime down from
his homc-stoud on Lost Creek ono
day last weok.
Huh Walters cumo up from Unity
to uttend to his interests horo Inst
week. Ho returned to his homo.
Tuesday by way of Nyssu,
Mr. mid Mrs. Sam llluton visited
nt tho home of Mr. und Mr. Wiilt
Thompson lust week.
Henry Cupo and family wont to
unmrio anu vale this week In tholr
C, W. Vlblor was a busluotm visitor
nt the Ironside store one dny last
Lewis Roso and wlfo motorod to
their homestead above Ironaiiin n.iu
John Westful was down from Ida
ranch this past week.
Mr. Means, of Vnlo, bookkeeper
for the Standfleld Co., was up to
t ho Staiifleld Hold-out nbovo Iron
Krnest Armenia mid Mr. McKen
nn, riders of the Cow Vulloy rungo
for tho Kastern Oregon Iaml Co
"v.w ... una Tiviiuiy una past week.
Dave Lawrenco went out by
Sntunloy's stage to Vulo whoro ho
will visit friends for a few dnys.
Arthur Van Dufen went to Unity
trlday and purchused 75 head of
sheop from W. L. Morfltt.
Stevo Oracle and mothor from
(.rouse Creek came in Tuesday for
supplies. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. nm niui.. ...
Durkee, Oregon, wero Ironside over
night visitors Tuesday, K0ng to
Unity on n fishing and prospecting
. It. Lofton and S. A. Lofton.
ir?Un r8in nd for.mor Partners on tho
n'a(Carli lmch iave dissolved
h?!' h0n7,h'P, '?; W" " ' selling
lis half of tho ranch to S A
of n-- U.i80n Ut .th0 c08ratlon
of f fteen thousand dollars. Tho
W.WIIU lantii m one of the best and
n so one of tho first located ranches
Bnck of the Zcroleno you buy for your
engine are the combined resources, expe
rience, knowledge and equipment of tho
Standard Oil Company. They create nn
efficiency in tho manufacture of fino lubri
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You gain thi3 advantage in the uso of
Our Board of Lubrication Engineers
recommends the grade of Zerolene to meet
the requirement of your type of engine.
Follow their recommendations as embod
ied in the Zerolene Correct Lubrication.
Ask for a Chart for your car.
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QA grade for eacli tjpz of engine
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S. M Mntbow retnrnn.l