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TUB ONTARIO ARGI3S, ONTARIO, OREO ON, THURSDAY, JJJNE 30, 1921
WOOL TARIFF IN NEW
BILL 25C A POUND
Iiiinrtntlmt Will Pny on Hcomvrt
InMciut of (Ironse HnoN Hlr
I'lulil on Lumber
Telegram Washington Ilurriiii
WASHINGTON, Juno 23 Wlillo
tho wool schedule In the now tariff
In not comploto nnd Is 0110 of tho
primary causes of tho dolay In got
ting this mensuro on tho floor of tho
house, It Is now known definitely
Hint tho tariff bnnls for tho Importa
tion of wool will ho on a scoured
basts, and not on a greaso hnnls. -.
Duty ItTic A Pound
Tho duty will ho 25 cents per
pound, and tho American producer
of wool will ho protected to tho full
est extent by thin decision,
Lumber and metals nro a schedulo
that tho wnys nnd means commlttco
Is also lmvlnc much difficulty with.
An offort Is bolng mndo either to
kcop lumber on tho frco lint or put
it on n rotollntory schedule, which
incnnB that countries not levying a
duty on forest products of tho
United Htatcn would Ret froo entry
for similar products sent ncross our
borders nnd would havo to pay n
duty similar to that Imposed by
thorn on our products.
In splto of nil assurances to tho
contrary, thoro nppoars no prospect
of tho tariff hill bolng roportod to
tho house much before July 1, nnd
It will havo n stormy pnssago In
MARKET COUNCIL FOR
tho Oregon Cooperntlvo council, was
effected nt tho closo of the confer
ence on cooporntlvo markotlng In
connection with Farmers' week Tho
Tho organisation was to bo com
pleted In room 402 Corbett build
tng, Portland, Monday aftornoon. It
Is predicted that tho organization
will do much townrd furthering Ore
gon markotlng ontorprlrfes. Tho
tompornry chairman Is Dr. Hector
MocPhorson, director of tho bureau
of organization and mnrkots at the
college, nnd tho tompornry secre
tary, U. L. Upson, mnnnger of tho
Pacific Cooporntlvo Poultry pro
ducers. Tho council expects to coordinate
tho cooperative work In Oregon nnd
map out n general program which
can bo carried out by all enterprises
Inforestod In cooporatlon. It will
assist now associations In making
tho rlghl kind of n start. Many of
thom In tho past havo boon formed
n a hurry without sufficient funds
and with Incompetent management.
Aside from theso men tho council
will consist of tho follewing: Oco
A. Mnnsflold, president of the Slnto
Kami lluroau Federation; C. R.
Hpenco, master of tho Oregon Stnto
Orango! A. II. 8humwny, president
'of tho Fnrmors' union; flobort
Pnulus, manager of tho Oregon
Growers' Cooperative association; J.
j I). Mlcklo, representative of tho Ore
gon Dairymen's Icaguo; II. A. Ward,
I mnnagor of tho Orogon Wool and
Mohnlr Growers' Cooperative associ
atien: Vic. II. Smith, manager of
tho Oregon grain Orowors' nssochw
Hon; tho manager of tho Orogon
Mint Orowors association; n repro-
Hontntlvo of the Oregon Cooperative
Hay Orowors association; Paul V.
Mnrls. director of tho collogo exten
sion sorvlco; E. K. Favlllo, chnlr-
lu mi of tho agricultural commlttco
of tho Portland chambor of com
morco; n ropresontntlvo of tho State
Ilnnkors' association, nnd n ropre
sontntlvo of any other cooporatlvo
association now In oxlstonco or any
that may subsoquontly ho organliod.
PlniiH Made to Assist New Orgnnln-
Hoiin For Helling Pi-odiiro 'of
Oiognu Itnuctirs III Mnikell
of Counly McPherson
Oregon Agriculture Collogo, Cor-'
vallls, Juno 23 Preliminary organ
Untton of what will bo known as
Sco our stock of used prossuro
tnnks boforo buying. Wo hnvo
somo oxcollont bargains. H. It.
WANTED Sowing nt homo or by
tho" day. Mrs. L. Harper tf.
FOn HALS or TRADE Bulck
Six. Call nt Ford Oarage tf
Now or usod wator systems wo
hnvo thorn. II. H. Udlck.
MALHEUR COl'NTV HEAL K8-
TATE TRANSFERS RECORDER
.JUNK 11 tojune iW
U. 8. A. to Mary II. Ixcey SW
UNEVi. WWBH'.i. EV4W&, NWU
SWtt Sec 34-13-30. May 10, 1021.
U. S. A. to Mary II. Locoy, NWtf
NE'J Sec. 34-13-39; Lots 3 & 4 Sec
3-H-3U. .May b, isi.
U. 8. A. to Joo Konyld, NNW
14, SBViNWU, NBH 8oc. 23; NW
y.NWVi of Sec. 24-14-41. Iny 31,
Tnnlnii Vnllnv fnltln Co. tn Jor
dan Valley Land nnd Wntor Co. All
of Sec. g; nb msmvii hoc. v;
NW'4. NW'4 NEU Bee. 0-31-43;
RWV.. NUBEIi. BWUSE'i Sec. 9;
Wtf, NEW. WW8BU Sec. 17; N
V Soc. 19-31-42; 3H, NWU, 3
NEU, NWUNBU Sec. 33; and nil
South nnd West of Jordan Crook In
Sec. 35-30-42, May 31, 1921. 1.00
W. J. Speer ct ux to Myron A.
Patch Lots 11 nnd 12, Illock '20,
Annex, Mny 10, 1921. $1.00.
Jonnlo M. Wohb ct vlr to Myron
A. Pater, Lots 11 and 12, illock 20,
Annex Mny 10, 1921. $1.00
Dan II. Eno et ux to L. J. Hnd
ley, Lots G and C, Hadleys 2nd Add.
to Vnlo. Mnr 8, 1921. $1.00.
John Alvey Ijiwronco et ux to W.
U. Lofton. BViSW-i, BWU8BV4
Soc. 22; 8WV48WU 8oc. 23; NW
NWVi 8oc. 20; NHNEU Sec. 27:
BWUSKU 8BU8WV4 Sec. 30: N
HUNWU, NWUNBW 8cc. 31-14-38.
Juno 0, 1921. $1.00.
lnoz T. Hoggcss et vlr to Cathor
Ino A. Iloggess ot nl, NEU Soc. 32-10-47.
April 14, 1021. $1.00.
Molhour County to C. O. Wilson
Lots 13 nnd 14. Hlock 00 Oreons
Add. to Nyssa, Juno 15, 1021. $1.00
Irono Mny Wagner et vlr to Norn
11 IIiistoM, Mining Claims. Juno 10,
Stnto Lnnd Ilonrd to Wm. Orlffln
NEUBEU. SEWNEVi 8ec. 10-18-II.
J. II. Illackahy ot nl to C. B. So
coy, BEU8EU8EU Sec. C-18-47;
also Lots 10 to 39, Incluslvo, In
Illock 11. nnd Lots 7 nnd 8 In
Illock 8, Vllln Pork Add. to Ontario.
Mav 0. 1921. $1,000.00.
C. II. Oxmau ot ux to John C.
HadloyH 2nd Add. to Vnlo. Juno 10.
U. S. A. to John T. Myors, BEVi
SBU Sec. 34; BV4BWV4. NBU8W
Vi BtfSBU. NEU8EH Soc. 30-13-42;
Lot 1, Boc. 3-14-42. Mnr. 29,
U. 8. A. to John T. Myors, 8BW
NWV4, NWU8EV1 Soc. 35-13-42;
Lots 1 and 2, 8 14 NEU Sec. 2; Lot
4 8WUNWU Soc. 1-14-42. Nov.
Knuto N. Rahlo to Klarn II. Dnhlo
320 ncrcs In Sec. 24-20-30; 480
ncros In Bee. 10-20-40; NEUNWU.
NWUNEU, Sec. 34-20-30; lots 3, 8,
9. 10 &12. Soc. 32-20-43; LOT 2,
Sec. 0-27-43. C-l-27. $10.00
IT. B. A. to Wm. O. Thomoson.
NEU Sec. 8-10-44. Oct. 4, 1800,
Ollbort Q. Dngloy ot ux to James
Wilson ot nl. BHNEU. NtfSEU
BWHBBU Boc. 13-27-38; 8E
HHHHHBQ Z i." mC B jJLBpXi' t1 MMSSSSSSSiMwMfcjMSWN
Built Better Lasts Longer
Costs Less To Operate
It's real economy in the long run to buy" a John Deere
Groin Binder. Its stronger construction, the proper application of better
innterinls, nnd its improvements to insuro most effective operation under
all conditions are apparent the minute you see it.
Talta tho main frame for example. Its
BtronR, wide steel bars are widely over
lapped and hot-riveted together. Tho main
bearings are sclf-oligningthere's no twist
ing of the frame or binding in the bearings.
The wheels are extra high and have wldo
traction-giving tires. They furnish ample
support for the machine and extra traction
in wet fields.
The John Deere makes better bundles.
Its three packers instead of two insure this.
This binder handles extremely short or
heavy tangled grain better than others with
less clogging and less missed bundles.
Its bundle carrier is the easiest to operate
we havo ever seen no particular effort to
dumpor return to position it can be adjusted
as wear develops to keep it in easy-working
Tho Quick Turn Truck is another feature
you will like. It keeps the binder running
straight, permits of square turns, takes off
side draft from the horses, and because its
axle is fl.xibly mounted, tho wheels hold to
There is no other binder that will give
you the years of satisfactory service that
you can get with the John Deero it's real
economy to buy this better machine.
Ba sure to come in and see it before you buy.
GEO. W. WAYT
w & cvhvmv' highway m
.F S I'LANTS AT ONTAIUO, OHKOOX X .
JT AN1 OALDWKMj, IDAHO
J? ' Permanent as the Pyramids
8EUj, Sec 0; SEUNEU.WHNWU,
SB ifNW U N !( 8W 7 SB H SW w
nnd SEU Soc. 18; NtfNBU, NBH
NWli Sec. 10: WUNWU. nminu
Sec. 17-27-30. Mn 10, 1021. 1.00
U. S. A to Oconto Itntlor. SWU '
nu;t ncc. l u ; w N K 'A ,HBV(N B '
nnd SB H, Bee. 30-24-30. April 13.
U. 8. A. to Jnmcs Elmer Iiwronco
SHNWW.NNWU nnd NEU Sec.
12-10-38. Jan. 24, 1021.
Jnmos Elinor I.awronco ot ux to
Mm. It. Lofton, 8UNWU NBWU
nnd NEW Soc. 12-15-38. Juno 22.
J. W. flhorldnn to Pan nraclslch
Und. 4 Int. In Mining Claim. Juno
22, 1021. $300.
Onp. E. Dovenny ot ux to D. C.
IJrort, WHNWU. NWUBW14 Soc.
20; EB4, 8WiSEW Soc. 30;
8V'i8WU Soc. 20; WJ4E14, K
SWU, SEUNWU 8cc.lll.lB41.
0-10-21. $1 000.00.
Claronco A. I.nno ot ux to Ardon
A. Itood, BWUNWU Soc. 23-1B-42.
Trnnk McDouaall to W. F. Mc
NaiiRht, Lot 13, Illock 312, Ontario.
John Joseph Wolr ot ux to Joromo
Long NHNEU. NBUNWU Soc.
14-30-40. 4-10-21. $1.00.
Annlo Wolr to Joromo Long, E?4
EH Soc 11-30-40. 4-10-21. $1.00.
Annlo Wolr to Joromo Long. Lots
B and 0, Illock 7. I'lonoer Add. to
Jordan Valley. 4-20-21. $2,500.00.
Jordan Vnlloy Ind" & Wator Co,
to J. Hucflold Trusteo, 3,00 ncrcs In
Sections 7, 0, and 35, 3143; Soc
tlons 0, 17, and 10 31, 42; Sections
33 nnd 30, 30, 42. 0-11-21. $1.00.
MAUIlIAdi: LICKNflKH ISSUED
Thomas M. Donn nnd Myrtlo P.
Bnhody, Juno 13, 1021.
James Ilomor Sell nun and Mlnnlo
May Hooplo, Juno 14, 1021.
II. Morgan Carlllo and Anna Jack
son Juno 10, 1021.
Sherman S. Smiley and Evange
line Kondall. 0-20-21.
Henry Mondonhnll nnd Sarah
COMPLAINTS KILICD IN CIUCUIT
Orogon & Western Col. Co. vs.
Edgar 8. Fortnor, Juno 13, 1021.
Foreclosure of contract, $0,200.00.
Dan Mne Lurforty vs. C. Murtln
son ot al. Juno 14, 1021. Forovlo
uro of Mortgages $8,300.00.
II. A. Martin vs. K. N. Dale ot nl.
Juno 15, 1021. Injunction.
Mno Murphy vs. School District
No. 14 et al. Juno 10, 1021. Ho
rovory of contract. $840.00.
Wm. McNary ot ux vs. Frod Kllng
back ot ux. Juno 10, 1021. Dam
Wllda M. Copeland s. Lloyd L.
Culbortson ot al. Juno 17, 1021
Foroclosuro of Mortgage, $0,000.00.
Clara M. Morton vs, Murray It.
Morton. 0-22-21, Dlvorco and ali
mony. Citizens National Ilank of Ilakor
vs. Mark Rutherford ot al. 0-22-21.
Foroclosuro of Mortgage. $12,000.
First National Hank of Pendleton
vs. Dank of Nyssa ot al. 0-23-21.
Itocovory of money, $1 000.00.
Ilank of Emmqtt vs. J. II. Ellis ot
nl. Juno 23 1021. Itocovory on
Corner of Idnho & 2nd St. 8. W.
(D. J. Olllaudors, Pastor)
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching, 11:00 A. M.: Subject:
Christian Endeavor, 7:15 P. M.
Preaching, 8:00 P. M. 8ubject;
Illble Study, Tuesday 7:30.
You say Too hot to attend
church. Come nnd ry our cool
It you do not attend church now,
you may havo to make your homo In
a far hotter placo. Think this ovor.
Tho greatest responsibility of llfo
Is, our power to choose. Who Is
your choice? Jesus or Satan Heaven
We havo a dandy line ot pumps,
both now and second baud. II, 11.
Tho first $400 offered will get
Lots 67-68 In Block 7 Valley Park
Add. to Ontario by writing to Fred
Starr, Uurcoda, Washington. 27-30.
FOIt SALE 5 room house, 4
lots. Corner. Good location. $2000.
Phone 30-M. 27-30.
Pure Ilred Poland China Qllta
and Boars for sale. Ben, lloso, On
tario, 24-30. p
FOR SALE One McCormtck
Binder. Is fair condition, ready to
cut. $50.00 cash. Stanley Mallett.
Phono zo-M. z-tr.
FOR SALE At less than cost, a
new bungalow with all modern con
veniences, located just north ot
1 Will be at ice hoithe between 2:.W and
1:30 p. m. each day except Sundall
All special -orders must
be in the night before
THE ICE MAN
MORE THAN A THOUSAND
difforoiit articles needed in your homes. China
ware, Glass ware, Aluminum and Enameled
wares. 5c, 10c, 15c, and 20c tables full of things
which are kitchen labor savers. Dolls, Toys,
Notions, Etc., Opposito Post Office.
The Variety Store
JUNE 1ST TO
(Union Pacific H)k(iiii)
St. Joseph ,
or Kansas City , ,$.87.(IO
Mllwaukoo ,' 100.80
St, Louis ', ,, 101.40
St. Paul or
Minneapolis ..'..,'.,....... 105,00
Houston ,..., 100.20
Tickets good threo months hut not
to exceed October 31,
THE FAIRMONT CREAMERY. CO.
Pays tcp price for good cream
GIVE USA TRIAL CAN
Accurate weights and tests guaranteed
Now open to receive cream
2nd door west from Fraser's store
laundry. For appointment call O.