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Remember Our Palm Olive Soap
and Cream Offer. $1.00 worth
of goods for 50 cents.
MOVd Imnd Keen Haml
ood condition. O. U
UlUdtM1 Aid of the ConHreK
lDil churrli Will Hcrro h cafeteria
jl.ner io Maennlo hull from II fag
.J! od Thursday January 23.
Dr. nod Mrs. Weese Imve moved
Bto the Staples home on Kichaiditun
Limpkin't shoes wear better and
,oit lew. Advertisement.
Mr Pall liu'Kiut and eon returned
Ardmsdav frmi B trip to Portland and
Billimet''' viilltv I'HinK wlicir they
,nlted Mt iiiKBort'a parent..
Rfprfientatives of the Vnrthini(tn
pomp nni'Hiiv ami the Westlnglmuec
Motor company ere here thla week
noil report a NtfRa iwiuiry for pump
i I ll"' -
Krrd O. Mahun it haulm lumlier
lalalM a tHrn on tlM Orrhnrd traetn
neit of MM rltjr.
Hn.iT Itanium, of New Plymouth,
u bulirnf lumher for tine new
(ate on tin place.
Mr. iiud Mr. Arthur Mdodf rame
so from Vale for a vlait over Sun-
i l Mi- Moody remained a tew
Jiji ths guest "' her mother Mra. A.
Th.re wns a I7U00 tire at Drew.ev
otJiOUtrv th destroying tbe office nf
tfcr Ursesey News and the Itncket
Tbe grand jiny ia buay thla week
Rrprceentstlvn II,, man has bneu ap
I tot' I n the Hank lug and IrrigHt iu
, mmittM-1 and is ebalrmun of the
uitw 'iin tait tee.
ll ion Hunt good shoes try Lamp
kiu'i. They wenr better and coat
Is .-. Abo araa atH'ltiautlj
it '.Mr. ii f 'mil. , i, while out limit,
luieas operated on at the hospital
tad is exMi'td i recover UaMagrOM
-l set ia.
Sir. lobartl was operated on at the
: ii.t.1 Tuesday for anunii Ileitis.
F r Sale Jet egg, Cyphers model,
iti'Ubatiir. ee A. H. McCkiii, two
6a e,t ,,t Ontario.
ttaaajfelg grade examiuatioua in
"versl schools of the county will
tblii on tbe 1 1 ami 24 of January.
V It. .Maepbersou, Hupt.
u fa Hurley aiiuouiicea that tbv
N plsiej orders for "0 new loco
MMaaj h Uw C. P.aud Short Line.
MkalfM curs. Tbe engines eost
,U)ut HI, each and the freight
ll' Is Diag Kittherfnrd ia at Long
illturnia. Hud wishes to be
a,rmbei-e; hy his in.mv Ontario
" He ,hm r. Hutbertord i.
'""'"St '"".'t I, ll...
ii I Ii ot hers, who recent
a t i.iiul.i , i..
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WblttlOl oilttit have
Sheep tlnlii here to
I I 100
l am I eing eheuper
yr Page mi., dauiihtara. Mi.Mea
''"""I m.,n, he Ward, were RoaM
1 I Vuvtiei, i. i Heudleton ou
'" t-llver walch. oi.en face.
'her foL. Vuluml i,m knal !,
M. Aru..., -..
wsaaj f,r i;
t Inqalra at Argue
1 C dub will meet at the
K. Uingham. Tluirs-
-i u- hat, piu.
" lrug Store.
"A hug match between
ItBd and a local team
illlajal howlti., took
I ilemlav eveuiug.
i: teceived frotu Ml
. i I Iub la l..lli.,., ,,f ,.
- - .- -. . , ,.,H ... , i,r
little girl Kuby, with
loe Kilwarrla left Sunday for '.V( t
fell abort he will visit with b Hunt
Mra. John Sella.
Dr. StcwHrt, of. Rota, wns aaj oD
t Brio visitor this week.
I. -.t A B Inch elide rule in leather
ram . Kinder please return to MoOffJ
hotel and receive reward.
Preliminary reporta show Oregon
produced Io 1911 1667,000 It gold,
87. 000 iiuncea of silver 160,666
pound of copper and 1,666 i , unde
Now i the time to Ret a new rue for
that room while Farley hat" a big ItOOt
to select from.
I.oii.lcr wa shipped to tin Uriel
Ox Klnt lor a hnuse to he tiullt by
(ieoie Wemlle. It MM oMnaded
at Crystal and ferried orer tin river.
lliitbid sash Jut a few mere left
at the Km pi re Lumber cnmpanv vhhI.
The )ieen Mate Migration
bOMd baa issued what It terms the
OftajM Almanac, which Contains much
data abnut tnesiateand the secretary,
V. C. Chapman. Commercial i lub
litllldloK, Portlaud, will be pleaand
to mail copies of the almanac to your
fi lends If you will furnish him wltb
The coal output for 1611 showed
an Increase of r0,U0O,U0o tone over
the previous year.
Trenetmetiil production of Idaho
showed a ten per cent ji , rease over
191 1. amounting to nearly 1,606,
The weather this week is very spring
like, warm ami lear. It I. too early
for spring and there will probably la
another week of bud weather b-fore
tbe spring weather comes to stay. It
means a short feeding yi nr for the
Ntle a'i I akeop men.
Lee Fleer retiirne.i a few days ago
f i nm Portland, where he spent a week
visiting frlerHs ael transacting busl
uess. He nr irts plentf I buililing
going on In Port an.), many goo I
hlouka being torn down to make room
for aky scrnpera.
Harry li. Hrehuo i. of Portalnd.
mm expert tyM-wiiter repairer aud
rbuilder Is nt the Carter houn t.,r
a few weeks where he may be engaged
to repair or rebuild your typewriter
nod make it do the work of a new
machine. lell him about your ma
chine while be la here.
Id. hop Naphtah Luecnek, I). I.,
of Helena. Montana, will preach in
tbe Methodist church Sunday. January
66, 1618, both mom ng aud evening
There will be special in isle at hcth
.ervinea. The people of ( in tai io are
cordially invited to cone and bear
the Hi. bop. Tboiues Johus.
MiJ-WinltT tuursions In Idlitornid
Januaiy list. Low tares to Sun
Fraui'inci aud Los Augelei with di
velxe I, ml,, and limit it Will let
Bat i) S L. ageut. for rate, aud fur
NAVY S BAN ON PETS OFF
Animals to Return to Ships Admiral
Denies Coat Story
Norfolk, a The goata
cats. dous. narrols and other pets
aboard Uncle lini fighting ships at
the Noriols NOV) 'ai'i. which were
banished a few da,- BgO, when, report
said. UearAdiiiir.il Uovle was
It.ar Admiral Uovle was butted
bv a coat on the quarterdeck of the:
battleship .. .. Ii i.np.-l.ir. will be re
stored IO the jackles. 'I here jo) in
the fleet aviitili.
AsBisiant Secretary Wlnthrcp. of
the mivv donortmont. lot it be known
the (l.uurtmiiit did not approve then
Admiral Dola Indlgngntl) doalod
.1,.., ha gnat had butted bin Ha
anno liad o.d.red the remov
al Of the JH-l.s h... ii.se ni.ilicai off., els
thought the) uigbi han innsathUg to
Itb enrebro-apinnl m.-uiiigitia tad
measles at .In- marine barracks.
Old pnfwra at the Argus ott.ee ft Ualltug4i toon Into Mm toaaty uoof ilillil,li , ,,,!,.,,,.
cents per hundred. Ju-t what you ury. In i.atui alization giaooodiaga, q . lwQ (iiioaj. -
ueed to line your cabin, and place agjn 'he de. ..ion. the clerk aits a. yaMowolaag l'ark to HOOg l
agent of tbe I nlted States and is en
under the eari et - V eiiaba r-,erve
aaagf IM carpet. ()j (t u(( lo jOo0 a yeari
the aurplni over that MM4tal fco.ng ia
BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
Tlie OOBlBI spring will see consid
er., hi.- activity in the building line la
John I Meesely has been appointed
I 'muster at Kails tity and William
M lltown at Lebanon.
I'eo. ehir-f of the UtMtilla Indbns,
died Friday .it his homo on the Uma
tilla riMiTMition, ,i lew miles from
QoVoroor West has appointed Chas ,
Hording tQ bi OOVnt) indue of MncoU
MUM, to attOOOad C ll Gardner, who
t ... ..i. t t M e..Ui...,.,
itepreaenianve nawiey nas recom
mendpd for appointment John F Mtl
ler as postmaster at Jacksonville, to
auicced Mrs. Miller, deceased.
The seventh iinnunl convention of
Mm Oram it.-.,, i Hwdwara g tap,
mnt Daalera aaaoclatlon will be held
In Portland on JaMMf) II, tt, 23 and
Timber Cruiser MrCarthy. who has
Just .imiplit.u irulHlng the limber ot
Coos MMtjr, reports 14.600.OBi. .Of... '
feet of men huntiible timber In that1
I In seventh annual convention of
the Oregon Helall Merehants' n
lion takes plaee at Albany Jaiwarv U
and ': and promises Io be tlie laruest
In their history.
Secretary of Wnr Stlmson has ap
proved (lenerai llixby's recommenda
tlon lor a bridge across Coos hay. at
Marshfleld. The railroad has promts
ed to begin work Immediately.
The automobile bureau of the Rec
retnry of Htates department la swamp
ed with the task of minuting for the
new year the 10.000 or more motor ve
falclea of the atate wtb the new mi
L. W. Wright, a janitor at Hood Rlv
er, i raving cocaine, to which drug he
la a slave, entered the drug store ol
('. A. I'lntli anil holding up the clerk.
Hi rin.iii Kresse, secured a large ijuaii
tltv of the drug.
'I In vt.ite board of tax commission
ers aniioiineed for 1611 the lowest
state tax lev v in the history of Ore
io',. I- mills 'Ibis levv will proiluei
?I"m;iih on an MfMssed valuation
placed at !'i.r..01l.;7!i.
Id ,reHi'iitiitlve Haw ley has secured
mi l,.i lease in the appropriation fol
Iin- t'lieninwii Indian si boo I from fHoinl
to $11.'. 01 id with the understanding lli.it
fciuio of this iiiiount shall be applied
to improving the water supply.
To eelebiute Mcurinf! the $'.'f0,(Mi0
eiiiliiw inent fund for Albany college
(he Albany Couimercial i iub will fcive
a big bHiiipiet in honoi ot II. M
Crooks, president of the eollege. whe
directed the auccessful campaign.
For the i Hnhlistimenl of the Oregon
Caves National Park, to Unhide the
Oregon (lives, Senator llourne has 111
(roduecd a bill selling aside townahl
40 south, range 6 weat, Josephine eoun
ty. This tract, which includes (lit
caves, is a national monument.
Seven delegates to the National pro
hihitiou parly convention, which met
in Atlantic I it) last summer, will re
rive no expense vouchers from the
slate. The state alrrad) has paid tht
expenses of 10 delegates and that Is
the restriction which Is placed by law
Sc, iriaiy of State Olcolt visited
Pendleton and on behalf of tbe slati
board accepted (he new Ka stern Ore
uun Stale Mental hospital. The I,ik
$l,(MHii'iin institution ia now ready fol
oiciipaiii -v , some ;(0 or more patients
nlit.id.. tiling boubed and cured for in
Stnte 1'rlnter Duniway ia prepiiruij:
,,u elaborate statement vvhuh In in
tends to Mlbliul to the members nl the
legislature showing in detuil the quoa
Hon.. involved in the work of state
printing and also Urging that the law
! by the 1911 Mslon be rOfOOl
I liar.es S Whllhill, ol Portland, has
written to Secretary Oh ott demand
nig that an investigation be made o'
lining of votes in Portland at
the last general election
dei lares that io per teut of the vot
were counted illegally. Oh ott ha. no
t ii i.-ii him tiiat the question ia not
coming under his jurisdiction.
Three hundred citizens of Itedmoiul
..mi be - ,i rounding countrv parti, i
gOtOd WdOJ lO tbe opeiilng yf the
!(i,lnioiid I nion Warehouse toiiipan.,
MM ol the InrgOOl and most BUbOUti
tial bulldlnga Ol the kind in the north
VM1 I ( oi, jh ssu.aii Williamson
wa - orator oi
na bulli of atono, coat $1"''"". m
arlll atora 1 buehoig of point
i, Importanl decision
Bd dOWH b) the OrSgOfl SUprOme
court In tbe onao ot Uultuon
Ceyuntjr Clorli i'a.,k I
VtM Mat ourt ruled that COUOty
.irik.- w.ie not required to pa) na
DEALS IN DIRT
Deidg recorded since January 8th;
J H Weaver el ux to Kmory Cole lot
lit blMt I. Ontaito. Con. 66060
Malheur Valley R K Co loUWK A
N Ry Co R W throiiRh nw 30 17 44.
John 0 Skelton et ux faO David
(Jrahani lot II block It, Westf-tll.
David Graham to Mort V Hood lot
12 Mo6 12- Westfall,
j J R 111 lekahv to lilas Felrnn lot 7,
block I, Hlackabvadd. Jordan Vallev.
C C ro.ter et ux to A II druth
I 3 b'" Piunaer ii.lc
I R-"M " "anver to J B McChId.
lota IS, 14. 16, block It Blackaby
I a,,), Jordan Vslley.
,' ,, v , ,',. (( A1cUo0llk(m,
0De ,hlr,i " ,D l"t U to - '"
hlook 176, Ontario
L U Fry et M to C MoO najlll.
ni 11 12. and 13. block l?tl lots I
.viands i .Mci:olem et al to P (5
Freeman l-ts 7 aud g, block I. Kid
ridge add. Vale.
Krsklne Wood et ux toCK S Wood.
Hcc II 1M t6.
A N Soliss et ux to Wm Jones. se
set Seo 1661 ::.
Kd C Allen et ux C C Wright, et
UX to Kdith L Henrdi.rf. s H .H 40.
V. B. io DeVVltt C Heera nj ee
Ml eel 10: nwj gg 15-20 44.
1 goo I team weight 2300: 1 spring
tooth harrow: I John Deere plow; 1
Htudebaker wagon . These most be
sold within tbe next ten days lhiiiire
or phone. II. I: link or Ri.ihard
Money to lOM 00 improved Irri
gated farm. W. II. Do, .little Co.
For Sate Hurley engineer's transit
Very suitable lot iiiigation work
Price very reasonable. Imiuir at
Dnjnga ordota takeu at m e
Hotel io!..'. Laudingliam, rest I i ,.,
phone 4 24
TbrO lota for sale 2 block, west
of po.t iflh-a at a hargeiu. iBOJSlN at
Argus tt .
Ontario Oakery give you nioie
and Letter caudy for your money than
anf other place io town.
For the best bread and pastry
town go to tbe Oitario Hakery.
The place to buy first class caudles
is et the Outariu Uakery.
Wanted Cook, good all m I mau
WMi.t- i', i. in, n Phone 104, Ontario
Pot Sals Set of buggy harues
good as nw. In, , lire of W. I)
Hilllug.ley, plion. Ill ( V.
Wanted School girl tu take .ale
ot ilii Lt and help aiounil boii.e.
Sixty per cent of Teachers Pass
Salt in The llM ol Mlceessful can '
! late;, for leach, r' cei I iticates at ,
i .-..-nr exainiuiilions, as given out
I . State Sllpel inleinleiit ot I'ublic In
ni'tinn L R Aldeniiaii, agOWl IhOl
Pr ceul of the appll. ams w. i . sin
aaOfOI This year':, examinat ions, if
anything, were more .-allsla. tin s than
''"sc of previous vears The que.
' ii- submitted m,i with a more gen
al approval, both from those in
arge of the examinations and thoe
,,King them than has heretofore been
Tao States in Y M. C. A Convention
eat lirove itb i" dalogau -
.nt. tin i :ih aiitiuai eonvootlon,
I OUO '' I ' i I a -oi la I log '.I
,, . o,, and Idaho, opened In this cil.v
gay evening at tbe Congregation.,:
iron, Praoldent Fleuhei Hoaaaa, ol
. Pnivagalty praeideat of
Move to Stock Reserve With Elk
Pondb toa Count I idga J. w Ma
ill ., uioieiiii .: to se
... .. 1'. .. . .... . -i I., ,t i,.t. f,'.i,i tl,
Neil Litchfield Co.
Of the Lyceum
Their Funny Sketch, "DOWN AT BROOK FARM"
A Strictly Hih (lass Kntertainment
Price, 50c and 25c
Bermele's Drug Store
Talbot's (tuarantecd Poultry Medicines
The Standard of America."
Our Veterinary Information is at your service.
International Stock Itenicdies
Send us your mail orders.
HV fii jtu pnstufv on all snnill xim Is,
Boys and Girls' Shoes for $1.00
Girls' Shoes, Sizes up to 2's
Boys' Shoes, Sizes up to 4's
Ladies and Misses' $2.50 Shoes, Kid
or Calf, Hitfh Top or Regular, But
ton or Lace at $lo85
Classy Dress Shoes, Suede, Hacks
and Patents, .$4.00 & $4.50 Values at
$2,95 & $3.50
Men's $3.00 Work Shoes, Heavy
Tans at $2.35
Men's $8.00 Box Calf Biuchers$2a35
Tan and Black Button Shoes. All
sizes. Worth $1.00 & $4.50 go at
You can save money on shoes at
Lamkins and They Wear Well.
W. T. LAMPK1N
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