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WINS PRIZE BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON With the Big Vote of the Week Contest Seems to Be Narrowing Down to Leaders-But there is An Excellent Chance for Any One to Get Out and Win. HOW THKY HTAND Mabel Blanton 30,510 Fred Buttlor 4,500 Ella Brosnan 101,900 Wilinoth Curry 52,900 C. 0 DodKo Frank Dorman Thurzio Frickson 0. A. Field Mrn. L B. Fry V. V. Hickox H. W. Hoopcs Grotolien llailey Mrn J A ilogan Jenuit lloilgkina John Hunt (). A. K'1-.linirk P. K. Kncnig li F K outer Maude Ki'ld Ftli.'l MuNulty II. M. Mtilz K. O, M Annick V. W. M.ii-ilt-n Rldeii Miuliliii M i W ii Mm st : 1 M aj.io Moody I) T Munxker Mi Florence O'Connwr Nettie I'etemon Mrn. VV. II. Kuvor Mrn A Ntul.ner Mrn. Joe Staples Betty Taylor Ruth Teiit Mm. Wmnie Window F. Winston Mrw II C Wliitworth Ifft, John Weaver Dottie Ward Matnlf W. liters Mrs Hairy Willi. mm Mrn. A Ximiuerinui) Frank Van I'ett.u NYMHA. ; in j hfimiM ( ..in i..l- round KKUITI.ANh. Finia Meal Velva 1 11111108 Stella ll.ii 1 1 Finiua .liilin.-iui A. 0 Maneinan uiu Nutt Million KnluilHoU V M K Mi- 1. Dell Mrs. I, I'. HoiiHliin ONVYHKK Mill Anna RotwrtMNI I'Uh 1TK Alduia Qrogovy Muv Mmt T. R NtilMO Bee U'l'iitH Btthei ItuMell Mae Simon M A 1 1 Williams HI W I'l.VMOl I II John B Fili't lai Mason lllNTIMlTtis Mm. Fraur 1,786 MStO 27,) 10 7420 1,176 1,740 '2720 106,791 LSM0 7400 8000 66,800 6668 2,2 00 788686 86780 8,840 8,110 887,788 81100 ,041,464 78,778 780,896 744,421 180,801 488,498 48,660 1,060 186,666 6680 ll,l:ts 11,880 861,771 6,786 868046 189,498 84,400 86,886 88667 68,180 18,006 88,670 149,408 9410 17,646 204 ,5(l.' 808,099 lOjBOO 88,800 g 680 18,060 11,050 i.. i.i.ii 1,231 2,800 11,330 . 0 5,850 8,000 5,400 4700 AJminMrdlrK Nolle e Qrade teachers of the Eugene pub lic school have formed a local branch of the National Grade Teachers' asso ciation. A new gymnasium will be built at the Oregon normal school at Mon mouth. Oround haa been broken on the project, which will coet Ixnoo. and which will be finished In 60 days. James J. Hill states thst the Hill railroad Interests are building and pre paring for operating fast steamers to ply between the Columbia river and Ran Francisco. Monument ha been added to the list of "dry" towns of the state. Elec tion returns show that prohibition won by six rotes. IlsJIots of the wo men Influenced resulta. Representative Hawley of Oregon has Introduced bills prohibiting lieu Innd selections In Oregon, except when the base lands surrendered to the government are also in Oregon. The ruling of the Industrial welfare commission that women employed In factories shall not earn less than 98.64 s week or work more than 54 hours In any week becione effective Monday. Mv freakish antics of nature there haH been produced In the orchard of Joseph N. Hunter, at Hend, a combln atlon of Hpitienberg and Jonathan ap pies, the flavors and colors of the two varieties being sepsrate and distinct lu one apple. A bottle dropped overboard off the Siberian coast by the hyilronniphlc expedition of the Pacific ocean, three years ago, to ascertain the rate and direction of the current, was found at " . i i ni 11 bay. Jackson county court's offer of pay for a section of the Dollarhlde toll road, has been accepted by the owner of the ronil The ... Hon It needed In connection with the contraction of the Pnririr highway. Senator Claude M. nil... h of linker has been retained by the corporation department to prosecute actions now pending In Multnomah county for via lutloiiM of the MM sky law, as well iih those In contemplation. The railroad commission has been advised that the Southern Pacific hMs granted a reduction in the freight rate on car lots of canned goods from ('res well to Portland from -'.. cents per 100 ImiiiiiiIh 10 I7'n cents. Sun, (liime Warden William P. Kill ley Is sending broadcast an appeal asking hunting organisations of the slate to donate to the charltuble In stltutlons of their vlclnlUes, game for Tluiuksglt Ing. Seiiaior i li. null. -I lain of Oregon has liiirodu I a bill making Milton VV heeler, of Portland, a colonel on the retired list of the lulled States armv, volunteer rank being held by him dur lug the civil war. (Jovernor West commuted to life Imprisonment the sentence of Lem .mih. who had been sentenced to be li.iiiKcd November 14. for the killing ol l.ee Till llo III Porilaml, M.n.b 7. Pins' The Chinese said he eventuiill) would be aide to prove (hill lie did n it kill I lie man The Oregon public ownership leUKue organised temporarily at Portland b the election of John I. SihU) leinan us president and J. II. Stllwell as tela porary secretary. One of the princi pal objects of the league Is to urge a law establishing a system of voting by mail. The secretary of agriculture has ad vIhi .1 Senator Chamberlain that he will furnish telegraphic crop news to Oregon farmers, beginning the service Immediately The secretary will ( It graph his reports (o l lie weather bu r. .in at Portland and that office will prim and distribute Information to all the dully atid weekly papers lu Or. gou III the County Court of I be State of Oiegon. for Malheur C.ninly. In the matter of the estate of Moses A. Woodtutt, deceased. Notice is luici.v given that the undemlgue.l has lieeu duly apt .ote.l by the GOMtf COW! ' "10 I .le of Oregon (or Malheur dimly. H I uluis tratrU of the estate of Moea A. Woo. unit, deceased. All per. 'lis hsv lug claims ag'suiat the estate of seld defeased, ere hereby re.iili..l to present tie same to uie properly vt-i riled, as by Isw required, at the nltlcs of C. Metiouaglll, In Oi'.t.n m. OMstO, vvitliln six months li. ni the date of tbl uotlee. Dated tbl loth day of November, Iflt. Klla W.m 'It AduiiuisUstrU of tbe e Ut of Muse A. Woodruff, deeeas I. Oreqon Agriculturdl lolltuie FAKMKKS WKi:K December 8 to K, 101.?. l'h Is will lie a notable event in the edticatloual hlatory of Oregon Partners' Co operatiou will be the Lading topic of a stimulating erl of liuies l'lic wt-ek will be coerded with diseusslou ami deuiouatialloas in i.veiv llilng thst makes for the wel lure of the lariuer and home luakci. WINTKK SHOUT (01 RSK January 6 to 8A IM L l'h college hss spareil uo etlori to make this the moat complete .l.i t course in Its hlatory. A vety vii.le rauge of courses will le offered In lieiicral Agriculture. Horticulture, Animal llunsbandry. Oalrylug. Foul try Keeping. Mechanic Aits, Oomestlc Science and it. Commerce. Forestry and JMu.i Numerous lectures nud diteiitelous ou Kiiiiiini' Co operation at home an. I abroad, will tc a I. s.ln g f ituie M .Si (hu a i irs..iii aud pi. iltabl winter outing. No tuitun. .eoiniii. I. .ii !' reasonable. Ke dueed rale ou all railroad. Kor further luforntatlou addres. II M Tr.NNAST. Kegistrar. i orvsllls, Oregon. Farmer' Huaiuea Cour by Qjf poiidenee Without til It I- u yWI H Fi pn W7 aW BUY YOUR Thanksgiving Clothes Right Now We Have Just Received Our Share of 1000 High Art Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats ' Purchased by our Mr. M. Alexander of the makers at Baltimore, Md., on the 20th of October the unparalleled purchase involved an outlay of $10,000 spot cash. Everybody knows money is scarce and hard to get. Hence, when Mr. Alexander planked down this large sum of Cold, Hard Cash, you will fully realize that he was getting more for his money than ever before. You may be assured that we were getting double our moneys worth. Double Your Moneys Worth Now Buy Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats, at about Half their Actual Vorth You Know the Make. You Know HIGH ART Clothes, Stitch by Stitch $14.85 For $20.00 to $22.50 Grade $18.50 For Choice of $25. to $27.50 Grade Special Yalta in Men's Suits at $10.00 Values to 15 ALEXANDER One Price Clothier, Ontario, Oregon Boys Overc'ts All Sizes $3.45 Worth $4 (5 & $6 HI The Most Qualified Judges Pronounce Taylor k Williams Str light YtllowStou Wllskti tki BEST FOR SALE in iuantities from Due gallon up. si! many other CihhI liratuis. Iv I B. TE1ER. Wyesaler J. H. BROWN Auctioneer tJrMhmt' tl Missouri Auction Si' Wool, riione or write for kiit tea. I'hone-tll-n Ontario. Ore. B. G. FULLER Jeweler Has opened up a new Jewelry store in Ontario with a fine line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass and Hand Painted China. Prices Right. SPECIAL 17 Jeweled Elgin. Waltham, or Hampden Movements, 20 year Guaranteed case 14.75 $ Also will Do All Kinds of Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing Open Evenings. Opposite PostofKce, Ontario, Ore. '