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NEWS OF GENERAL
INTEREST IN IDAHO
Important Occurrences Of Th.
rasi neon riiwi imica
In Our State
Campaign Will Be Interfiling.
Heine Idaho hit launched Into
Ml" uprll eaon for candidate! and
political Issue which give promise
of mi Intensely Interesting campaign.
about local state Issue, but
not ao greatly magnified thai nation
IQ lsue will be forgotten In UM H
rlti'im nl Hat preliminary aklrmlah
will he over the attempla of both par
Hgg to secure what their varloua far
tlotiH claim la "proper representation"
lu l he slate conventions either
through preferential prlmarlea or otb
erwlse Thin will ultimately remit In
Ho tiolitliiK of prlmarlea In lome of
Vile larger counties ami UM selection
t ilelegatea by the county commit
. the member of which are elect
ed the oler of the rcnpcctlve
PBJflca All theae purtlea have let
Mm dii;c for atnte convention The
progressives Mill meet In HoUe April
I"; tin' ilemocrat will meet In I'oeu
tello May 18, and the republicans In
TmIii Kalla May 20.
Holt Head Fair Aaeoclatlon
Caldwell Director of the Idaho
Slate Fair uaaoclatlon met here and
organised for the year. II M Molt
uiianlmoual) reelected pri -.fil.-nt
(' I Volbcrg. of Ku t. u made
I It g president J II tlowan gfM hon
ored llh reelection a aecretary, luil
an J. IC Kiddle wlahed to retire from
the poet of assistant. M II Othbous
a aelected for thin work. W 0
Cow den wa retulued aa treasurer
The director approved Hie contract
uglier which the Caldwell Commercial
club again take chariie of all annum
mem reature of Hie fair, both at the
Kroimda and downtown.
LEWISTON PLANS SHOOT
Annual Tourney April 23 to 2ft to Be
I.cwlatou -The Lewlston tlun club
la having program printed annoum
lug lla annual trapHhootlng tuurna
iiient to lie held prll H to Hi Inrlti
alve. Sunday, April M, will be prac
tice da while the lat two day will
Yt given over to the regular pro
The regular program on each of the
kucceedlng daya will be made up of
ten IS bird eveut and two trophy
The Lewlston Oun club ha donated
about .ioii to thla ahool. whlcb will
lie conducted under the Squler money
back rule Application ha beeu
made to the Interstate association t."
have the shoot reglatered and every
thing necessary to make a big success
of the tournament ha beeu taken care
Merchandise prize for the high
prufeaaloiml and amateur ahootara
have been donated
Lewlaton Road Bonda Are Offered.
I.ewtatoit . - Notice of the ale of
bond amounting to $16u.(mj of the
l.c wlatou highway dlatrlct la being ad
certlsed by Secretary Frederic N.
l-tiii li. the bid to be received not later
than April 6. 1916. The money ob
tallied from the ale of the bonda will
be used lu conatructlug a new high
way from Lewlaton to the top of the
t'uloulown bltl. The Interstate a
pet of Hie I'uloutown hill highway
la given much Importance from an
Idaho alaiidpolut through the fact that
th United State Forestry depart
uieiit at Uolse predict the ultimate
completion of a highway that will ei
tend from Mexico to Canada through
the liitermountalu reglou.
Club to Put Up Read Sign.
SaAdpolut - Sign are to be placed
at all the Important count) road cross
lug In Hoiinci count) a the reault of
the activity of the Sandpolnt Coiuuter
c U. 1 club Andrew Chrlateiiaou, cha'r
man of sign commit lee. ald that the
ioiiiiI) i iiiaaouera had agreed to
Me. ore the necessary poala and erect
Them, the club to provide the sign
and put them In place
Hagenbarth Bays Cut 8upply.
Spence. --In hi recent auaual
statement at the annual meeting of
tin- National Wool Growers' aasocla
lion. president K. J Hagenbarth said
in substance that this waa th proper
time tor iheep owners lo take their
profits on account of the high price of
wool mid mutton He advocated profit
taking instead of expanding the Indus
li) Indian Arrested For Murder.
Lew talon- Jlui Henry, a halfbceed
Indian from the Nei Perce reserve
llou. was put lu Jail here charged with
tto urirder of hla stepdaughter. Rose
(ienrge. i year old. Before she died
slie told doctors at the l.apwal San
tlai'.JUi that her stepfather had beaten
liar. A post mortem revealed a blood
tlot along the spinal coluoio.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Week Briefly Compiled for
To Insure cnntlnunii telephone
sen e between Similiter and Austin,
the I'nlleil Hlalrs government I pre
paring to Hiring .10 mile of wire be
tween the two pi.
A plun for an Oregou mllllla am
lllgry corpH for business men has beep
prepureil by It It llunlway, chiilrmau
of a special clianiber of ciitnBMfM
committee of Pteft"
xccorning to an estimate of UM
Culled Stale forcl service It will
coat friiiii.nnil to Imlld a road It feet
wide from (lold lleach. I'urry county.
to (Jallci . I. eland or West Fork, three
route that have been suggested
Mr lion Mi Mstli. president of the
Oregon Congrea of Mother and of
the State 1'iirent Teacher' association
left 1'ottluiul Monday for Chicago and
Nashville to attend the annual con
vention of the National Congress of
I'lau have been formulated for a
four team Mine Mountain bganball
league coiupoHcd of Pendleton, We
t.ui I :. ho and I'llol Hoik The season
will start April 2 with the team play
lug at Weston and I'emlleton and I
to laat 12 week
tine of the 1 HU accident reported to
the atate Industrial accident cnminls
n 1 1 n diirliiK Hie week ending Mm. li
'.':: resulted futally It was the case
of Keluliold Wei of I'm Hand, who
wa killed while III tile hit. lea of a
Of Ht minerals that are described lu
"Minerals of Oregou." a bulletin pub
llhlicd l.v the department of geology
of the slate university. 45 occur In
Josephine county, 40 In Maker, 33 In
Jackson, H In llrant. 27 lu Curry. 10
In I Ji ne and IS lu Coos.
A rich vein of cinnabar ore has been
discovered lu the upper end of Suther
lln valley, and near the vein followed
by the old Nonpareil Mining company
mors than 40 yeara ago The now
vein la aid to greatly exceed In rich
lie the or of the abandoned mine
utltdpatlng the big railroad cele
bration to be given on Coos Hay at the
at mpli Hon of the Willamette Pacific
rullroad. now aet for the laat of July
or the flrat of Augttat. the city bf
Marshfleld la urging cltlxetia to clean
up and make their premises present
aide Itelocatlon of the Dlue Hucl.cl mine,
kiuKMi lu Oregon legend aa the richest
gold prospect lu the northwest, la ex
p.i.d li J W liucklc) and K. 0,
Harpan. of Maker, who believe they
have discovered the loctlou sought In
vain b) prospectors for more than
Sew ni one parcels of Oregon In
d:aii lauds ranging lu IBM BfBBI M "
liiU acres and appralaed at from f JJUU
to $400 will be sold al auction by UM
government Thirty three parcels ol
the laud are In the Koseburg district.
tt.o in The Dalles district and 31 In
ilir llurua dlstrb t
With view to determining the va
rlet) of waluul best adapted to Ore
gon the Western Walnut association
lias commenced a campaign to locate
all the needling trees lu the state The
is that a tree will be located
that will produce a better nut lliau any
that can be Imported
I '.-daring contracts entered Into by
the ell) of Koseburg. the Koseburg A
Eastern Kallroad Co and the Kendall
Lumber corporation void and union
stltuttonal, the supreme court has en
Joined the enforcement thereof and
forbidden the Issuance of 130U.000 in
bonds to be applied to the building of
Owlug to opposition to a bond issue
It has beeu decided In Umatilla couu
ty to submit to the voters at the May
primary Hie question a to whether
the count) should Issue bonds to the
amount of Ivso.ooo for Highway I in
provemeut or lu lieu thereof levy a
direct special tax of two mills for the
A tentative agreement was reached
at Medford with the Southern Oregou
Traction company to build a railroad
for the city of Medford lb miles to
ward the Blue Ledge miulug district,
the traction company to build 15 miles
additional line, connecting the city s
section with the Blue Ledge mine on
the California line
In connection with the proposed
state highway up the Joint Day valley
through Gilliam. Wheeler, tiranl and
Malheur i utilities to Ontario, a pet!
tlou will be presented to the Hrant
county court for an appropriation for
a survey of the route through Uraut
county It is estimated that the cost
of survey will be about 325,000.
Bearing the greatest value in rev
i enue stamps ever on an) document lu
Haruey count), the llliUeu Land com
pau s dt oil to the Swill interests has
been placed on record with the county
clerk at Burns The consideration
' named for the vast tiatt purchased
b) the Chicago firm is given as $1,
U,000 and stamps to the aiuouut of
I3M.W were affixed.
Many farmer lire nuiking raid on
iiilrrelH both with potaofl nnd gun.
Owing in the rnln H'rldny night the
i. .r.olr of A 10 Nlclioltc washed
out Hntiirilay afternoon.
Farmer hove begun spring work
throughout HiIh dl'itrlct, many are
plowing nnd fencing
I i mill Iti'id of linn In ,ind I I'
Smith of Ontario, mti'...l on Sunday
at f SuiltliM on liUKliieiiH
Mr ("orrery I wa laid to rent al
the IroiiHiile cemetery WcdneHilay af-t.-i
Mr mid Mr. Caldwell of Ontario,
who hnw lieeti vlMllitig ul the O'Con
nor Veiling hollll I week, re
turned houie on Saturday.
in Ileum Hold hi fiirni, Including
Htock mill Implement to J A. Law
rence HiIh week The ileal amounted
to $4,500. Mr. Beam leaven next
week for Nysn. Ore , where he will
look for another loratlon.
Itiitlierford llniH purrhased the
Anderson Htenr for $1200.
ChurleM Boor Iiiih purcliused tho en
tire herd of horse of Waller Duncan
They left WoilneMhiy for the county
Heal, expecting to he gone uhmlt III
Thomas Beam mild out of the Hlock
lit :nii is
a few of the great
artists appearing ex
clusively in Metro
productions arc the
newer, h e t t e r
lilliclneHH during Hie week to II I.
liomiwoiid of Unity.
With a salnry of $670,000 a year,
(barley Chaplin I a living example
of the fuel that even a fool Rtrlkea It
rich once In awhile.
Simplicity, they ay, I to be the
mode In feminine wearing apparel
thl summer Such, too, wa the cae
In tho day of Mother Kve
A wle man nee the handwriting
on the wall The fool seen only B,
We have several second
hand car, some good aa
new, all recently ove-r
hauled For sale at ex
tremely low prices.
AT SEGUINE'S GARAGE.
MONKY TO l,0.N IM lMI'HO KU
ItWtHKs W. J. I'INNKV. Off.
I'tltlil. OHKilON. lfitf
( Paid Advertisements I
I oil JOINT RKI'R4KNTATIVK
Munis, Oregon. April 2, 1 8 1
I hereby announce myelf as a can
didate for the office of Joint Itepre
Hi-ulatlve for the twenty-seventh Rep
resentative District comprising Har
ney and Malheur Co tin Her., subject to
the decision of the Republican voter
at the primary election to be held
May 19th, 1916.
Jaa. J. Donegan
OH --ill 1 1 1 1 I
I wlih to announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination a
sheriff subject to the will of the re
publican voter of Malheur county
III. Kim On
it III NHKIlll'r
I hereby announce myelf a candi
date for the nomination for sheriff
of Malheur County, subject to the
will of the republican voters at the
J 8. WOODS.
We are authorised to announce
that A. W. tlowan Is a candidate for
the office of Joint-senator for the
Twenty-second Senatorial District,
compriniug the counties of Orant,
Harney and Malheur, subject to the
declilou of the republican votera at
the primary election. May It, 1610
foii UHIMT1 nrii'K.oit
I wish to anuouuee myself aa a
candidate for the democratic nomi
nation for county surveyor at the
coming primary election
II f Farmer, present incumbent
lltll IT Jl IMiK
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of Circuit Judge subject
to the iictloii of the democratic vot
ers al the primary election to be held
May Iv, lvlti
For i .him (xiniiiilsaloner
I wlah to altuounce thut I will be
a candidate for the nomination a
County Coiuinlsaiouer, aubject lo the
will of the republican voters.
John F Weaver.
Hill IIIMTKUT ATTOKNFV.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Hie Democratic nomination for
the office of District Attorney of
11 W SWAtll.KIt
I nit AHHFHOK
I wish to announce that 1 will be a
candidate for the nomination of as
sessor on the republican ticket, sub
jet to the will of the voters.
h I. PATNI
FOR .sll I.I II I I
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for the nomination for Sheriff
of Malheur County, subject to the
choice of the Democratic electors in
the coming primary election
If again nominated and elected I
will continue, as heretofore, to en
force the laws to the beat of my abil
ity and give the tax payers a buslnesa
administration of the affairs of the
BGN J BROWN.
(preseut Incumbent for re-election)
I'll INK TANS
DR8 lHUNZINO K WEKSK
Office In New Wilaon Block.
Dr. Harriet Sean
Dr. Pauline Sears
Graduates American School of Oiteo
pathy, Klrkaville, Mo.
Wilson Block. Telephone 1S4 Blk
nit w (i ROW! . . - -
Phone. Offloa 117
Wilson nitlf. flea. 1172
Mt. i. r. iHU-rrT
Office ?nr door East of On'arl i Pliar
iii.ccy on Nevada Avenue, .'.'our
It It Depot
J. H. FARLEYFuneral cllrectc.
nnd enibalmer. Lady assistant. Phone
UI2-W. Ontario, Oregon
I ilt i -ol NTV AHHKHHOR.
I hereby announce myself aa a
candidate for the iomlnatlon aa
county assessor subject to the votes
of the democrats of the county
It. M CARLILE
I lilt COI M TIlrtHI HI It
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the nomination for the
office of Treasurer of Malheur Conn
ty, subject to the will of the Dem
ocratic voters at the coming primer
KOB8 A HOWARD
I nl! AHHKHHOIt.
I hereby announce that I will be a
candidate for Assessor of Malheur
County, subject to the will of the
democratic voters at the primary
election If uomluated and elect
ed I pledge my very best efforts to
wards securing au equitable assess
H. W. MULKKY.
HK fOI'NTY AHMKHMOK.
To the voters of Malheur, County.
I wlah to announce myaelf aa a can
didate for the nomination as assess
or on the democratic ticket.
I have beeu a resident of the coun
ty over SO years and thoroughly un
derstaud the duties of the position
J. M. DUNCAN.
FOIt COI'.XTV AHMKHMOR.
To the voters of Malheur County
I desire to announce my candidacy
for the office of assessor, subject to
the decision of the democratic elec
tors at the coming primary.
If nominated and elected, I plodge
economy in office r.nd property earn
inr power the base for finding value
I ...t aa otherwise pD.cribed by
I OK COUNTY AHHKHHOIt.
To the voters of Malheur, County,
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of county assessor, sub
oct to the will of the republican vot
ers of the county ut Hie prlnary elec
tion. F. II M l'Z
FOR OOVJtTV TMKAHI KF.H.
To the votera of Malheur Couuty,
I hereby announce, myself as u can
didate for the nomination of Couuty
Treasurer aubject lo the will of the
Kepuhhcaii votera at the primary
II II. WILLIAMS
I hereby anuouuee that I will be
a candidate for the office of joint rep
resentative for Malheur and Harney
Counties, aubject to the will of the
republican electors at the column
1 J 1'HIl.I.ll'S
FOIt COUNTY TKF.1HI UF.K.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Hie nomination for the office
of County Tr asurer of Malheur
i Couuty, Oregon, subject to the will of
the Republican electors at the coming
C. C. Mueller
I To the Cltlxens of Malheur ceunty:
I desire to announce that I will be
i a candidate for the Republican nom
ination for District Attorney at the
coming primary election and solicit
This office speuds thousands of dol
W. II. Hrooke, Attorney at Law
WIlBon liidK (mint in Or.
( . MrCONAGILL
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will Practice in All Courts
Notary Public. Office Over I'ostof fica
I.KSI.IK J. AKER
Room 9, Flrat National Bank Bldf-
Mcculloch a wood
Rooms 1-2-3 First Nat'l Bank Bldf.
K. W. swuglcr Attorney at l.iei.
Rooms 13-14-16 Wilson Hldg
P. J. GALLAUIII R
ltoom In Wllron Hldg
TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND EX
PRESS Meets all trains.
lars of your money and I pledge my
aelf to every economy conalatent with
good government. If elected I will
devote my entire time and energy to
the affair of the office. Impartial
enforcement of alt laws, economy
and suppression of useless litigation.
ROBERT M. DUNCAN.
I hereby anuounce myaelf as can
didate for nomination to the office of
Assessor on the Republican ticket,
aubject to the choice of the votera
at the primaries.
Kiif A. A HOBKRT8
TO TIIF. VOTKHH OK
m i in t i; COUNTY.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the Republican nomination for
the office of Dlatrlct Attorney of this
county. If nominated and elected I
will endeavor to fulfill the dutlea of
my office In a fair, fearleaa and ef
ficient manner and to the best of my
ability, keeping In mind at all time
my duty to the tax payers.
P. J. ll.M.I.AtiHKII
FOR COI STY Hlllh
I hereby announce myaelf a can
didate for the nomination for County
Clerk of Malheur County. Oregon,
subject to the will of the Republican
electors at the coming primaries.
V II Staples
I hereby announce myself aa a
candidate for the Democratic nom
ination for County School Superin
tendent of Malheur County In the
coiulug Primary Klectlon If nom
inated I will, to the best of my abil
ity, com nun- to work to. further the
educational Interest of the county.
I oil KF.PRK.SKNTATIYF
Subject lo the choice of the Rep
ublican votera of Malheur and Har
ney counties, Oregou, to be express
ed at the coming primary election,
I hereby unuounce myself a candi
date for the Republtcou nomination
a Joint Kepreaeutatlve to the legis
lature from this representative ills
tint Duled Jai. 21, 11
('has M Craudall
I hereby anuouuee myself a candi
date for the iiomiuatiou for Couuty
Clerk of Malheur County, subject to
the will of the Democratic voters at
To the votera of Malheur Ceunty:
I hereby announcement my candi
dacy for reelection to the office of
County Assessor subject to the will
of the Republicun voters at the pri
mary election on the lth. day of
May, mi And if nominated and
elected I shall continue to assess all
corporations on uu equal and uni
form basis with other property.
I. K Hill, pi euent incumbent.
FOR STATE HKNATOR.
i hereby announce myself aa a
candidate for the office of State Sen
ator from this district, composed of
Malheur, Harney and Grant counties,
ubject to the will of the electors of
the Republican party at the pri
maries to be held in May, 1916.
Julian A Hurley.