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A Money Saver
Is What the People Call Farley's Furniture Sale
This is a forced s;ile to raise money
and prices have been made so low that you
can save money by buying now. Be sure
and see the stock and prices.
In the New Store Room
J. H. Farley Furniture Co,
V. W. MAKSDEN
All Kind of Tool Sharpening
nod Grinding, Saw Filing,
Bcision Grinding. Skate
iiml Lawn Mower Sharpen
inp a Specialty.
Next Door (a Library
MA1NST, ONTARIO. ORE-
The Oregon -Idaho
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A Complete Stock "of Lathe. Posts, Shingles,
Cement Plaster. Lime, Doors, Windows, Glass,
Screen Doors, Rubber Roofing, Building Pa
per, Moulding and other trimming-
Ixt us fifurc your Iiouhv bill
ONTARIO, - - - ORKC.ON
rtrtNIES TO PAY FINES
Many Letters and Telegram of Sym
Bolt. Idaho -Fenny contributions
to 1 1 ; i v the ISM tines iliiiirt against
R S Sin iiilan and C. I). Hroxon, pub
Itshof iiml dltOr Of the lUiisc Capital
News, who are now nerving a 1 days'
sentence in tlie Ada county jnll for
eonti nipt of court are coming by the
hundreds from all parts of Idaho, and
from a number of outside point.
Messages Irom many prominent pro
gressives were received extending
sympnthy and support to the Impris
oned men. Chief of these was a tele
gram from Colonel Roosevelt to Fro
gresshc State Chairman (iipson. ex
tending his sympathy and admiration.
He also has communlented with Pro
gressive senators to see If something
gB&BOt be done In the United States
senate to call attention to what he
terms an "outrage."
rF N I weekly wish is by no means an
easy task, and whoever dura the work
U entitled to the latest appliances for mak
ing it leu a labor and as agreeable at
This cm be done by having us install
Stnmfnrd" porcelain enameled laundry
trays. Call and have vis .show on sshy.
U. S. PLUMBING & HEATING
2 I ...., I Ml of
llnUrlul , r ,i !. Co.
Customs Men Are Drowned In Qale
BBB 1 iego, Cnl The greatest ma
rine disaster In the vicinity of San
Diego In many years occurred Satur
il.i B h1 II Point of Rocks and Im
perial lunch, when three small vessels
wtr swept ashore by the high wind
and i and dashed to plecet
'I h llll d ir. ilt H.re the I'nited
tlon lnspei tor's launch.
Elisabeth, the fishing power boat old
Kick, Ol :in DlegO, anil an iinideMl
i loop S rofl nun are known
Townsite Now Open
Situated near the Malheur Lake, on a high, fine gentle
sloping tract of land. This site offers exceptional
opportunity for making a good city. Vast areas of ara
ble territory spread out in all directions. Every valley
and streamlet of the distant mountains has its ranches
and flourishing livestock. Considerable land in the
valley is still subject to homestead entry, and with the
advent of the
Now building toward Harney Valley this grand new
empire will teem with land seekers and people seeking
business opportunities and professional locations.
GET IN EARLY
(iiuhI opening; for a newsoaper, blacksmith shop, hotel drugstore, hardware
ana implement nouses, as well as other lines of business.
A limited number ol lots are now offered for sale at remarkably low prices,
cither for cash or on easy terms, which prices will advance when theraihoad
is built into the Harne Valley.
REMEMBER, rlarriman will be the first important point in the great Harney
Valley to have a railroad.
UTAH-OREGON LAND COMPANY
C. H. MOREHOUSE, Plm
Salt Lake City, Utah.
H. II. HORTON, Sec.
Brown & Taylor, Agents, Ontario, Oregon.
Empire Lumber Company, Limited
WHOLES A LSER OK
Sash, Doors and Weatherproof Roofing
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Lumber. Lime, Cement, Plaster and Coal.
The Must fjom pitta Line of Building Material in OftJeHo.
Bend Woman Is First Juror.
1 il ;i trlil bere the tlrt wo
man , res upon oaatfal ore-
gun J 1 1 r iiirtleliated. and was not
only a juror, but also whs chosen fore
man of the jury by her live male co
jurors Mrs llattle Corkett was the
"Ion-woman " That she happens to
be an ardent suffragette, and worked
for the suffrage amendment during the
recent election, adds further to the In
terest ol her unique position.
Pleads Guilty to Murder at Pocatello
I'm 'niello Joseph Ce'ellno. whi
shot and killed Charles Vnughari three
! wei ks ago. pleaded guilty to murder
I In the second decree when arraigned
in i nun I'clorc Judge Alfred jtudge.
Hi had been charged with murder In
I the fn-l u grec but conn lid il to
pli ad Wilt) to the IcMxcr ofli line, an
(lure -i. tni, I little chance of his es-
gapiai lbs death penalty if the case
, came to trial.
I Two United States Senators to Be
lie. i -Two Culled Slates senators
will he elected at thin session ol the
I Idaho isalslBigra. vhleft eeatraaed
Moinln I In li r. llll Ul f Is composed
ol H republican teprcselitntltcs. four
ii. il. i rattc representatives, . i repine
in. in Maalen mid four democratic
The elcttion of Senator Ho rah to
sin i . . .1 himself Is assured while
there are t-eeu candiilaleh in the field
lor the short term to succeed the late
Senator Hey burn.
For speaker of the house the fight
was In : i x ii A II Coanor of Homier
count) and C S Krencli of Canton
county, who was elected
Kor president pro leui of the
si a. ii.- a position that carries with it
only the honor and the floor leader
' ship, Senator (leorge Fields of Latah
county is the candidate of the proKres
sites, while Senator John W Hart of
Fremont county, republics' iiiitnni.il
committeeman, is the (undulate ol the
County division is proting the big
bugaboo of the seeeloej, aad SfahaMi
win in bohhiBg up srlta mmA Isaaof
lam I'll ri 1,1 leglslstlon Crncldg sad
Lincoln COUnliM both are at the point
of making three OOUBtlOg oi.l ol
..nit there are illusion lii-hl- ,ti f.
Canyou ,mii Kretaonl oountlee.
Among ' he in, ii. y bill- to I , i
ered In the legislature ale I.
I rSVtdlne tor a public UtllitlM com
mission. MaM bBBfd ol control, the
initiatiM- and i elireiiilum and recall
and a new rew-niie law. The proposed
.iiiiriiilini-nt to the direct pi llu.H law
which will require inters to declare
iheir part) principles, also will be con
'1 he Kansas "blue sks law." the
sterilization of habitual i:ininals the
lacBM ami idiots, workmen s OMBpCB
batlou law. new inaniaie ami ilnone
laws, the feaslblllt) ol a , oli.-l It lit ional
contention and the n-peal ot laws
which prohibit aliens tiotu owning
real eslale will n-n-lii- attelilloll at
the hands ot me lik.slalure.
Plan for Better Wardner Kellogg
Kdloai Tbi etecutlvc cownlltM
Of lac I liru' ii rhooil hi hi an
Important meeting here.nl vblcbUsM
a general QUtllni work to be
I't.iiet taken ni drawn up Tbc work
has been eivkicd' lata ii one
each with :i loin'ini'ie chairman ai
follows: I'n it i 0. W Broa n el
man: hum ... I. ily,
not -'. Inn IV I
c,i,.uim;n, religious, J i- I irdcvmil
ARE PILING UP FAST
Congress Must Hold Nignt Ses
sions to Pass Many Large
Measures in Timt
Wnshlnsiton. With final adjourn
ment of the r,.'i congress two mouths
aw,i, the house is i onfronted by a
jammed calendar ami the supply billa
which promise weary da- and sleep
less nights for the legislators.
Only a single appropriation bill, the
legislative, executive and Judicial sup
ply measure, has been passed by the
house. The Indian appropriation bill
is now under consideration and It
should be completed this week. The
big approprlntlon measures which In
ole a vast amount of detail likely
to saase lengthy discussion, are still
to come. The postofflce nprpopriation
bill has been reported from the com
mittee ami t awaiting action by the
Members of the house are looking
forward to about a month of night mid
day irlaaiBI Just before the coticlu
Slotl Ot the session lltitl tin h alters lire
alreail;. making plans to liolil a ipiov
inn ol meiubiis thai Work lua) be
retbi d througbi
Senator Ba.ley Says Farewell
'II- prll pCl te.itlire of t' e senate
I I ,- pgtt '' I I I ' I I b Sell. I
tor I la 1 1 . ol Texas, long one of the
plctui - -i , rtgurac gad striking
. ! the I'm, oil States Ml ItC
.lilih In called his fnreuell aibni-s
"lie gilieriis were erowileil to hear
!, seaator score his critics and dell
ir ,i phlllipic against the Initiative,
ii :i i-i ..iluni and other popular laws.
Much of Senator Hlillev s spi i I,
was taken up with a vitriolic attack
on Ins enemies .iti.-l a drastic criticism
of popular legislation, which he tie
dared would eteiitunlly overt brow the
present s.tstem of got eminent. He
praised I'n siueiit elect Wilson and
characterised William It Hearst as "a
miserable dog. a moral pervert, a po
lltlcal ilegeti. i ,,li a pli i a al coward."
Tariff Hearing Begun
The ways and means committee oi
the house on Moudii) began its series
of h. ..line- OB the all important sub
iei I ol tan. I ti A i-ioii The liearllik;:
will be by sihi'ilule. beginning with
i In iiiii.ilt Olll gBd pamt with siibse
iliieni dales arranged tor IBM hearings
of tin turious other schedules iiml the
Ine list. In this wu It ll 01 l I
ibat most of the preliminary work may
kg in liami tit the eml ot I i brnary, so
that the work may then begin on the
dralliug of I he measnie or BBBaiM
for tariff niluctlon In readlne i,,i
the extra ggggJaa I" ginning in March
During the week iumi lui important
sent- ol healings will begin In tola
the subcoliiiiiltlee ol the house llll Ilk
Ing and currenct i omniuiee. which Is
seeking a substitute u,i tin Ahlrii h
currenct plan Many noted lliiam his
and economists hate been In, lied to
appear beloie thi committee ami glte
their t lews.
Wood Urges Revival of Army Canteen
The restoration of the arm) can
teen and en.ii I ineiil ol legislation to.
the i llllillialioll lloin 'he I lilted Slates
unit of unfit officers are among the
principal rei oiniiieiiil.itloiiH of Major
Leneial Leonard Wood, chief of slatt.
Ill his annual report made public
(ienel.il Wood n i omiiiemls the con
i-elil l atloll lil the gnB oil stlalei-li
lines mid in areas wlnn it egg '
maliit.iiiH il mine ei QHOgglOgll) c
would ti.tlisfcr all the personnel of
the siaft corps excepting eng en
no ill! al otlli els ami i h iplaiti 10 lb' ,
Increasing" tfeu guaibei i I
general ollui-is ami line officers In
the different gradt
"The en al i, ., , i Ol a . i
ot lb i Oi Wood, dtsv
ouaalng the eeuieeu qu i on ' '
in, i ,,110011 thai thi i labllshmi nl
. Hull I plopi
log ttoiiiu t' mi to iniprote the health
ne ami i lln i net of tl
i, ,i .-missing Intemperance gad ""
moia ii t I com ii r in th.s opll
National Capital Brevities.
A ilemoiialii i am us of the house'
vtas le il ! Ul . ilat in 111! i urn in 1 1 i-
The uat y dcpgl lutl Ut has
oaatracu lot eight nee submarine
co.-t l-a,". i I.
'I hi death ol IcaatOI I'aWS, of Al
kansas. probe bl) meam thai legator
Chainhi r lit v ill hi ' nine i-h.i in.
i!,. puhlll I ' ' s !" .
iii mi, i rats i ... i ganlzi tbi next i angle
i t.i i. O.I-.- i oinii.M ne on merchant
in.. r , i i- began I day I U
Investigate the gietboUs ami practices
of IN tin -III .
, . po .1
il.. Il :
l",v04i -oi'.-i oi tump.
BRIr.F NEWS OF OREGON
I' coal 1 .," i'i. .a. 36 to run the coun
ty of Miilinoinali for the year Itlt.
Archie Harned, g II year old boy,
Stabbed Dewe) Bullvan, another boy
of about bil own age und sire, while
engaged ID n fight at Maker.
A .-iiniini if school win be held al
Joseph, on W aiiott a lake, for a i lod
of mx weeks, under the direct on ol
the facultt of Willamette uinwrsity.
The Oregon Cut Club will gold Its
third annual show from J.tnuatv tj tn
25 Inclusive in I'ortlund, under the
rule of the American Cat ggSOCtatlOB,
Fourteen military prisoners ai I'ott
Stetiiis, are awaiting a general COUrl
martial as the result of an outli nk
occurring at the Fort Stevens g; ul
bouse. Mlsa Vena Lee McLean, flel.l in
tron of the government Indian ehool
St W'armsprlng, was accident. ,y shot
and killed by Mr. Drown, tin agency
Portland sawastlhi cut gpprogtflsatatf
683,00n.n('ii feet of lumber during the
year 1912 This Is believed to be the
Inrgesi quaatlt) produced In any sin
gle city in tlie world.
Ah In C. BrOWB, So" years old. a re-
ident of Con-si Qrore slacs ih-ii; and
a grandson of Tabitlut llrown. the plo-
t r founder of Pactfk t'nlverslty,
died at his home In Forest drove.
The war ilcpari nn-tit has detailed
First Lieutenant Peter J. Haaaaseaf
Of tin h latall)' US ptotessor
of niilit.iiy science gnd tactics at Ore
gon agricultural college. He will re
poll .lanii.irt ti
One of i he neeih. ot Oregon Impress
ed more than iter upon C C. Chap
man, slate immigration commissioner
as the result of the recent laud sbowi
in the east, is the demand lor ggSBl
farms at modest prices.
iii, ireaourj ieaartasaal has hssaad
u charter io the Northwealan Nation
al bank ol Portland, which ban tsbsorh
ed i be I'm t laud Trust comi
der Us charter the new bunk opens
with a capft.il ol ir.00.000.
Apirovimnlelt fiOH.uuO changed
liamls .lauiiar) I Iii 1'oillainls China,
town, when the I'orllaud Chinese start
ed the new tern ol the tiregoiiaii cal
endar and began llll with their old
customs grafted on the practices ol
Because of lack of faadi to pun base
lock- tin- the iluni . al I he KllSleril
in on branch Insane as)lum, II Is
possible that l he '.mi patients to ha
Iraaaferred frost the lalees sayhsai
ma) not be lal-i n to I'i uilleloli for g
number ol n - -
I'roposiiii- i'i:, i tin- tin pi. lie and
bonding oiiliumices ot Cortland be re
dratted and made stales hie III (hell
application It om ol the gggvag which
Ciiternoi West plans before the com
ing gsesmbl) g bis oempalaB for leg
islation against t n i
Hear) BorhS, U tears old. a real
dent ol Idi-nhowii lui the pssl L'3
)i,h . oiiiiiiitteil suiciile at his home
there b) bam Ing himself in the barn
Deopondenc) from physical injuries
from which reenter) appeared impos
sible is thought the cause.
I be Moi row COUBt) poillti) show,
which opined December .'4. closes'
Frldat I be cm i n-s w i re mil as many
as expected There weie .4. budt
eiii.n-il tin i i.nij . 1 1 1 inn. all tin iii Mur
row count) W M, Coal- ol miicou
ver. H C. judged I he exhibits
Caiiiii 1 1 1 mi Ooveraor aeai weie
reieiteil by Ismei I. K let and t-'runk
K ! lt.li v kilii I I. i, ins Long iii
Ciook count) iihI Nash wus sertlug
a sentence for Isreenj Pa raise mi
sio granted i rank Nlatlek, Joe Hum
III Slid ' hong . ,1 a I hil.allMu.
It b i .- hi ii il. i i i I bat the slatM
land Ii I will ask the legislature n
sppropt Ists iin nun tu ,, lie
suns to be Inatltuu d I oul
I ' .'ii' - ot laud aged It
llllllelll I) rillid Oil
Iti ii-on it tm land n n iin
i i ion, ... ,i oi Bg
are expected lo uileud lbs meeting is
tin- federal courtrooim In Portland aa
the ain ruoon ol I i iia . I ,i ,,.,i ly.
io discuss lbs proposed Isei lot i
vision of the jiuiii ml systees or the
Mm i- ii an ju i onii) a were
SI Sal. Ill la. I week III a ' on 1 1, ace
gllth I hi 1,11,11, ml, 1 , iall . ,-
to the show ing hi -in 1 1 i i, mil
Iiuilion in luxation us to corporation
Tin- i,i I,, linn s filed b) On' eoospgnleg
srero gone om ed I i i
b the in
He. a-,... ii, sgr-dd iter of
i H i i .,i Klsgsgtk Falls
1 ' rge (loa sa
emenil ihe f.. ., . vtrut into the
klti I , . il , , . k ol il
reei i wound b ell tiieh will
probab r result Ii
Id a, u:s-
r,.i I la i i,
.ler s ,.
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