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BALKAN WAR PEACE
LoBdOB. The prospects of a satis
factory and reasonably rapid settle
ment of th Itnlkan war and of the
grenter Kuropean Interests hnnRln
upon It seem hriRhter than at any time
since the Billed armies took the field
against Turkey. The enos from the
Balkan kingdoms and the Ottoman
empire, will hold the first BMOtiOJ of
the peace conference next Friday, Dec
At the same time the ambassadors
of the Kreat powers In London charg
ed with the task of protecting the In
terests of their countries will meet as
a sort of court of appeals to watch,
advise and admonish the peace dele
fates. This will be by fnr the most Import
ant assembly of diplomats since the
Berlin conference of the Uusso-Turk-lsb
war (Slants like nismarck, Dea
consfleld. Salisbury and OortchnUnff
to be sure, will not tread the stage,
but their OOeONOn who go will have
an tqvall) important work to perform
NEWS FROM OUR
Clapp Bill Aims to Limit Use of
Presidential and Congres
sional Campaign Funds.
Wheat - Club. '.: , bill! st m. S3c;
red i; .
Oats :; per ton.
Hay Timothy. $17; alfalfa. $12.
Hutier Creamery. ;ic.
Eggs Candled, 42c.
Kepi 1111 rop. isc.
Wool Eastern Orego.i, lie; Wil
lamette valley, L'2',gC.
Wheat niuestem. Klc; club, 78c;
red Russian. 7tic.
Butter Creamery. 3rc.
n , $17 per ton; alfalfa.
Ill' pur too.
Stone for Sanitarium Arrives.
Nampa Two carloads of dressed
atone tor the state sanitarium haw
arrive. trom the penitentiary rjuar
rl h. Work on the main structure be
i Moadai morning. According tr
the stone cutler In harge of that
work at tin- . illcntlary yards, enough
Otorlol ik now ready to finish tb
first story ot the building.
Washington. As a direct result ot
the senate campaign contribution com
HllttOO'l investigation. Senator Moses
K. Clapp of Minnesota, chairman of
the committee. Introduced In the sen
ate a drastic bill limiting the use of
campaign luuds in presidential and
congressional elections. It forbids any
person, firm, corporation, association
committee or any officer thereof to
semi motltyi from one state to an
other for the purpose of influencing
elections. Such general prohibition,
however, is not provided against poli
tical entntnitte.s. the bill specifying:
"The national committees of polltl
cal parties ma make payments for ex
penses of campaign speakers, trans
Donation, hotol bills, expenses for the
dissemination of campaign literature
Violation! ot the propoatd measure
tire m. ni. punishabls bj Icnprlaonaatttl
of from six months to one ear.
Governors Act on Rural Credit Plan.
The conference of govarnon lure
look Official action to further the
Everhart Drug Company
The Store of Accuracy
Try our Fernloc Hand Lotion, the best for rough and
chapped skin. 4 ounces for 25c
Mail Orders Sent on Approval
Prescriptions a Specialty
1th Door S. P. O.
Notice of Delinquent Stock Sale
Delinquent Nolke ot the liKttt-Oreqon Sloue Irriudtiun hjstrkt
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.-...iin- iMH-inij kix'ii uiai hi a regu i .'in I. here in . . I.t ,,. ,,i ,.. r..n. .:.. . .. ...
;enslon of rural credits, after listening l.r mtln. f the lt,.u,-,l ,.l iii, !,....... u .-:.' VT. . . '""""""K "r.oe.i .ana
.. .. , ,, - -- -j-'" ""K"" "T- imitation iuMPc'l. "ti arrurit of the annual
.i :ie .irl.lt ,...., .... flu, wi.l.i.wt l.v I'.-. wi e a l. ,v i:i- . i i I k ai ..ui'im lilt nil ii..,
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Ontario. Oregon, on the 7th day M
Sentemlier. HM'2. for iiurtioscs o( KMKn To
maintenance, an assessment of ." pet
cent was levied on the par value of all
Company stock out-
FARMERS TO FIGHT TRUS1
Idaho Union to Try Movable Granar
les and Cotton Sacks
M m . -Ih.- l'.uiii. I'nlon and
mini; 01 .it :..
to exp. i .no lit with movable gl'Ullar
les, as well as stationary ones, and
also steel tanks and cotton sacks tc
a large extent, next season, in uu ef
fort to combat the bag trust.
The handling of grain In bulk but
neer been done to any great extent
In this section, and the elevators in
stalled a feu wars ago for the pur
pose of handling grain In bulk were
removed and the grain bag again made
It Is argued, however, that there It
no legiiini.iie reason why it would not
be about as practicable to handle grain
In bulk in this country as In the rnid
die western states, If the whaat was
ground Into flour for export, instead
of exporting the whent anground
The farmers say that if the prices
of bags only could be saved to them
by tills method it Mould amount to
thousands of doll. us every year to
the farmer of l.atah county alone.
U ih milling of all the wheat was
done in this country, there would be
nn additional livelihood afforded an
army of employes, besides the savlug
111 the price of bags, and ll:e ludlistry
would lead lo (he maliut.ii I lire III the
iiorilivMst of some of the many by
products of the grains gruwn in this
lountry. m) iha advocator of huudiiug
grain in bulk.
A cotnniitti. of nine executives war
named to draw up a tentative farm
credit plan, from the reports of for
et -n credit systems, submitted to them ; Owv! ee Iitch
by Myron T. Merrick. American am standing.
biissador to l-'rance
Ambassador derrick outlined brief
ly the bond Issue plan which he re
commended for adoption by this coun
try The system, he explained, con
slated of an association of small st.it.
or land banks, whose sole biisiuc.s
was the issuance anil guarantee ol
bondl H. ,til by farm lands. These
bond:- have no fixed dale for retire
in. nt but their average la 30 to 75
years The Interest on the bond' ,i
rati tii. i per cent a year. MClUf
ire Ol Ihe cost of the bond ln-uancs.
The house voted to close assay of
nt BotOOi Helena and Carbon on
.lime :o next. The legislative apt '
prlatlou bill omitted these ot fleet- and
ts as follows:
BlOOd and Adair,
AMT Of I'l.N'l.TV
1-rM Kll-TIOS OK LAM. SK.'.Tf.K. U.S. A.M'KS MT .' COSTS
In SW '.. NW. and NW RWltt
and N'tt SE SE'-,
There is delinquent on above mention
ed assessment the following stock:
Namk Sharbh Am't.
In n llcprcsentatne I'rciu h otferid Jerry Hurley
an aiaeiidmeiit restoring regular ap
propriatlons for all three of them, the
solid ! nun r.ilic side oleit "no" and
the amendment was defeated.
The house I'tat.tcil a m w ! a-.e on
Ufo io the i f . .
gets the usual appropriation ol l...i.u
To Authorize Complete Railway Probe
Amended to authorize also a com
Ii v. t. is Mort gSecurity
I U Armstrong
i: J Barter
Kachael J. Cox
.) M Duncan
Geo A Darr
I) T Downs
W F Doane
.1 A Kelton
W I, (Jibson
W !'. Hoxie
It I. Harris
It II llouslev
C t Hunt
W': NWV 8K'4 NW,
and NKi SW,
In SW4 NE'4
l."ts 1, 2 and .'1
Dodge, Estelle R SW, of NE'4. SE'4 NW4
.fit in. J r
:v II 47 $ln:. r.7 I fl 71
i rethbaum, W o
Campbell. M T
Davis. Z T
Dodge. C C
Mrs M J Jenkins
W Q Jenkins
Henry W loiMS
Morion W .lo"es
H Ii Ken
.1 !' Lackey estate
A M Lackey
plete Investigation Into the question O A Megorden
of stock and bond issues of interstate Albert I" MotTet
carrier corporations, the bill by Ftepre
sentame Adamson. empowering the
interstnie comiiierie commission ts
make a physical valuation of the prop
erty of railroads and other common
carriers was passed by the house with
OUt a dissenting vote
The measure asked for by the Inter
state commerce commission would
provide for a far reaching Inquiry,
with the view of having railroi.d rales
fixed on the basis of Income on actual
.n . . i uu ni
H I McKay
N J Mltil.e.
I I. Nelson
1 Oregon Mortgage Co.
Michael O'Hr . n
It It Overstreet
l' nnington liroa
S E I'hilips
II M IMummer
A C Palmer
Ceo L Phillips
Mrs S J I'eere
Ceo I Ransom
( C E Itees
John K Rees
Semite to Mo. s
i he inajoriiy of
Democrats to Block Appointments. W It Reeves
Preparations for the proposed move .. . i. -ment
by Hemocr.ilic I. aders in thej Sehall
the confirmation of Mrs Otto Schweixer
President Taffs ap lvu' SlMm
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... . fr,.... I,. 1... i.ii.l,. i nr '
i.n it i in. ii ' tw .'... .' ........ ...i.
lug the last foi months of his admin
istration. are under way here
All the posloffice alipoiutments will
be "pocketed by senators liom the
Interested districls. II g understood.
,il neb pltOOt wl.'ie .. elUULgC might
I. C Sutherland
D (i Sutherland
.John W Snow
Smith D Taylor
II i'T. CtM.lt lc-t.lt.
M m Treinl.las
It 1". Thon
tl '. 00
IS 1 1
i . 00
M 1 1
:;o iki McCammon, C I
19 on McCIurg. A R
l.UII.e. i i
Rathfon, D W
oilman, Mrs S E
Crady. E L
Hand, Cora E
Hand. U Q
rlarfroTO, C C
Kelley. C L
I Klinefelter. .1 W
Mead. A .1
S'., SWi NWJ. NE'4 sWt4
NW, 8EW, N
N II ; SK'4
B NI , Bl ,
;. W ',
NI , SW'4
N'.. NE'4 NWC. SK'., NE'J
SW 1 SEl and
Bill Against Miscegenation
Minneapolis Inspired by the recent
wedding in Chicago of Jack Johnson,
negro pugilist, ami Lucille Cameron,
a white girl formerly of this city, Stute
Representative Nlmocka announced
that he Intended to introduce a bill
In the next legislature prohibiting the
marriage of blacks and whites.
WILSON TO VISIT MANSE
Presbyterian Mmi6ter to Be Host st
Staunton, Va., on Birthday
Staiinion. Vi 1'iesid. nt Wilson
will be enleilained on DeeeinlnT gi,
the ,'iiiili anniversary
Hie house while lo
Soon alter his eleilion a delegation
ol i llUetlS w. .ite, I Oil 'I'" I'le-ideiit
eleel III S.aUll and received ll'oin llllil
a groin -i I' .ii h' would visit his ua
tiv. i ii v this month.
Tlie I'l'i -I'V ler.an .Mause. oi eiipied
bj h, , bar when the presl-
t eleel was born, has been put in
firsts iM ' oiuiitioii. and its present
o, .upant, Dr. A. ('ras.r. Is to enter
lain Mr. Wilson and such members of
his iainily as accompany him on
National Capital Brevities
Title Trust Co I trustoe 2
T W Thomas I
.1 '. Thompson 4
The house passed the Crago bill to ' O Wilson
. ....i... u ' .lohu A W aril
pension ripa nisn .ii oniiiiio, .v."n
ol his birth, in
was horn in this
The senate ..a a (oint of impeach
ment has begun taking of testimony
in the trial of Judge Anhbald
Several of the governors of the New
York stock exchange have been sum
liioued to appeur before the house
money trust committee.
Through ail executive order, issued
by I'l.sideiil Taft. more than BMM
employes ot navy yards throughout
the Cnited Stales are pul under the
protection ot civil serv i. .-
It , ost the Democratic National com
mute. l,l,44l to carry the election
for W ilson and Marshall, aeeoniin- 10
us tinal statement of .oiitribulions
.ml expenses Hied with the bouse.
The p elision progra.i -me gf the Dem
oeials 111 the l.oilsc has BOOg detlliitcly
sett I. d I'.v IbS deteiin.ii.uioil ol the
eoiliinillee oil invalid pensions lo at
tempi "i" general pel. si. ii legislation
in this .-Tort session
Ihe lUSl -taienteiit of IfM coiitribll
(ions and SXpOOjdltUrM Iron t lie BOOM
veil Progressiva pivsidentia' campaign
fund fllfd S Ith Ihe I lerk of the boil-.
howed iota! contributions of ft70.
t;;:.7S aud Mvendliuroo ' h bb.&Wv-
7 () j
11 2'. !
. . i
'J 7 '"
A K W ids
II c Wilson
A A Wright
Ami in accordance with law ami an
order ol I he Hoard of directors of the
(iwyliee Ditch Company, made on the
4th day ot January, I'M i, so many
shares of each parcel of said stock as
necessary to pay said assessment and
expense of advertising and cost of sale,
will be sold at the ollice of said Com
pany in the Ontario National Bank
building in the eity of Oman I, County
of Malheur, State of Oregon, on the
1st day ol March, IWlli, at o'clooh P-
m., to the highest ladder for cash.
0, 1.. KING, Secretary,
Ahplkdtion tor (rdiiui IVrmiis
Notice is hereby given that all appli
cations for permit.- to grass ..ttl.
horses and sheep within the MALHEUR
CTluNAL FOREST during Uu sea
son of 1918, must he tiled in ni ollice
at John Uay( "r ""- "' '"' '" K"v
February :'". 1911 Kull intorinat mil
in regard lo tha graaing tecs to bg
charged and butnli lorau to bo itaad In
making application aill bo fundahod
upon ie.ili st.
CV. .1. B1NGH M. Superv 101
1 x r.'4 . w '4. .r.'4 ir
NW'4. andNF'4SE'4 NW; '7
W', NI 4 4
BW4 sw4 l-j
NE 4 SK'4 16
M. . BW4 n
, NW'4 II
and S'.. NW'4 Bl
W :mi acres SW t SK4 '!
4 E'tt M
BWI4 NE'4 B
In SW'4 NW'4 and NW'4 SW'4 2
NE'4 SW'4 II
S1.. SK'4 SK'4 S
and lot 4
W'.. SW'4 II li 47
And unless the assessments delin.uent, together w it h costs and per rentage
are paid, the real property iiMin whirh assesments are a lien, will lie sold at
public auction on the 4th day of February. 1913, or on the succeeding days to
whi.-h 1 may postpone ssid sle, st the office of the Board of Directors of said
District in section 2, T. 17 S R. 7 E. W M., Malheur County, Oregon, between
the hours of in o'clock s m and 3 o'chs-k p. m.
OLIVER MAYFIEI.D. Collector.
Dated January !i. IMS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, l', S.
Land Ollice, at Vale. I ir.goii, Decem
ber 31. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that BOfOM
I Oallway. of Ontario. Oregon, who,
on April Mi 1911, made homestead ap
plication N... OHM, for w''., 8114,814
SW ' lt section M) township 17 south,
range PI east. W M., lias filed notice
of intention to make final commutation
III the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, tor the County ot Malheur.
. R, White. 1'ialutllf.
Dell Boot .111.I lleiilah 1 Ii. Hast,
To Dell Fast, one 01 the above named
1 ne Kiie nour
Bowling Parlors, of o.
tario, Oregon will jrjVe
In trade at BoyOf Urns. iu
store for the best average LrJ
28 successive Ramos played in tk
next three months, a their ,r.
in Ontario. Any c,,n.estn HS
or women, from Fruit land. Ptj-g?
""...i ,s ,, longer consklsjsj
merelvi. a.ii.rl I...I .. . . .' "'P'W
1 - !" v, .-.., IIIIISI Dell,, w.,,1
exercise and women may indulge i
t as well as men with the bmS
bonoflt Of all indoor him r , 22
is none that ofTers both tl", hS
bononti and mental .timulas h.
bowling does. While hi.wlini, .
pleasure, as a form of exercise ii
sl""! pracliccd r2"j
sends poor circulation and indiges
tion to the fourwinda. K
;ive us a CALL
(ilVK TS A TRIAL
The Most Qiitilif ied Judges
Pronounce Taylor & Williams
Straight Yellow Stone Whiskey the BEST !
FOR SAI.F in UHiitities from
One gallon up, and many other
(Jood brands, by
L B. TETCR. Wholesaler.
Having boon obliged t leave
Vale, I otter for nnl' tnv n
room Bungalow: Imseinent,
OlOOOU, .aiittv. luitt) loniii,
ejlV Wi.lel , eleetlle l)fll-. etc.
Thomas W. I laKftt
I lilt. II IO, ( Merlin
Leave Bundles at Any
Hotel or. Barber Shop
I'lumpr Aiieiiii.Mi (liven
proof, lo establish elaim to the land In t he naine of the State of Oregon:
gbovg described, before the Kegister '.iu ttre hereby rOOjalPOl tfl appear
and Ueceivcr, U B land Otlice, it J ,Hel- . coin plaint, llleil OggiBOt
Vale. Orofoa, n ttw Mdaj of Mn i(i lUi. ,hi1i ,.lltitk.j ,ull vUkta
i ooshl fioin the I'Jtb day of I
1 i.i, in. ni ..Mii.es ss witnesses: V. r
lloi.ihn. BmOSl C. McDowell Ken,, .ember. 1911. the date ot first puhli
I .owe .lames E. Kusk. all of Ontario, 'cation of this suiuinoosaud if vou fail
Kruce It. Keiter, Register
In tin Countv Court of the State of
Oietjon. for .Malliem County
In the uinttci gf the e.tate of Dinll
S Famine, ileeease.l.
Notice is hereby uiveu that the
adorsigoad " aaao appointed bj
the Count Court of the Slate ot Die
gon, tor Malheur County, ailuiluistra
tor of the estate of Ihivl.l S. Famine.
doantaod. Hi wl" ,"llexe(, All
poraons baring oUIoji a;aiiit aiii
atuta are hei"by rep. ireit t" iire-.nl
lOO MOM to the uiidersiK'neil ollfe
proper erilie ition as by law i..iiiilhI,
al in ollice IB OMortO. OtOgOO. with
in sll nu'iiths trom the il.ti hereof.
Hate I this Idtfa lij ' 1 .'aiitiHry.
Adininistral r with aUI aiiueveil. of
ti esUltS Dl Datld H l.amuie.
so to .01 -.m 1 tor nut thereof, plum
tilf will apply to the oourt for the
relief lieuiaiiileil. uaoiely. forthefora
elomire of that ceitsiu indenture of
locdl Market Report.
Corrected lee r. for the beusfll
of Atkuh readei by the Malheur Msr-siiiiu-
Fn. P''r dozeu. 4 no.
Hulter, jer pouu.l, lido.
lats. per iniinlred. Il.lft,
best per hundred. 1. id.
Hag) per ton. 5.
Potatoes, jer huiiillfil, 1.110.
On loti, pel hundred. 'J.lH'.
Apples, per box, 11.00. SO 1
Chickens, dressed, per pound, He
Fork, dressed, .1 to '
I'oik, llfO.1 '4 to Tc.
Veal. 7 to T .
H.e' Me to A
I Mm erviie.
No. 17 Orea-ou Wash Ltd
gtortflBjM described therein, which No 25 HuiitiuKtou Fi
a : 1 .'1 s
.' ;f0 s ui
1:11 p 01
I .3.1 p B
Old uioitgaa-e is duly recorded 111 book : So y f Mbi
.I" Raoord f H'M' Morlgiiat IbMa II Huutington Fass
No. 5 UoofOg Wash F.xpre.s 7 :.'i0
Mrtlheui Coiiuty. OrafOO, aud for the
BUB Of 150.00 attorney's fees. I'bis
Miiiiinoii- is published in the Ontario
Aruus, a weekly uewspaper Of geiieral
circulation In Malhe .t County. Ore
goa, hy unler of the Hon If. C.
Kichard.ou. CoOOtg JAdgO Ol Malhe. 11
County, .vhi.li said or.l. 1 .i m.ule
aud entered mi Ihe lothdav ot DOOOBJ
bar. I'-'i-. dlraoflog lbs publloatloa al
this suiniuons toi si eoiisecutne
week. O0OBeU0lUs I'eceinler I'Jtb.
I01S. "" l wti laiiusrv 3rd. 1113
a... 1 tiiHi a eonv in .iiiiimnii ami
J : 1 1 s B
8:jU s a
muuiilaint be maile.i lo
Fast, one of the . Intend. nits abovt
I . IfeUoooglll.
Mtorinv for Flaiutitt.
No. 18 t)reou Wa.h Ltd
No. -1' Hois.- 1 apseiittt-r
No. iu Fast Mail
No. l Hoise pasaeiis-er
No. I Orofloa ffoa Fun- 1:40 r
Vale Iran, leav al i M "
turniiikf at :..c0 p. iu.
vid) on the Job
hwltbto Dsll If vou have a Job '" bai.Hi-' ' '!
want done, large er stiiall, J' '"
alwavs dtad on l"(l" l'1",
balagraadyfaryoii. 011 '"U1