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THE ONTAEIO AEGUS, ONTARIO, OREGON, THURSDAY, DEC. 21, 1922
To oux" hundreds of customers and friends' we,
extend our hearty regard and best wishes for
a cheerful Christmas and a jprosperous New
We have worked together through thick and
thin, and Ave believe there is a better day not
far off for all of us.
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True tones ! That is what you notice first in The Brunswick. The
notes of the piano are really there. The voice gets its fullest expres
sion, to the last syllable. All without mechanical suggestion.
The Brunswick Oval
Tone Amplifier, or tone
chamber, is pictured
above. It is made of
light, resonant wood.
Banishes those thin,
harsh "tinny" sounds
usual to the old type
The Brunswick Ultona,
or composite sound
box, pictured above,
plays all types of rec
ords without changing,
parts. A simple turn of
the hand adjusts to any
make of record.
See Hear These remarkable inventions at out
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Timothy Healy, who was appointed
first governor-general of the Irish Free
HIGH LIGHTS IN
Washington, D. C. The recommen
dations of President Harding In his
message to congress, Include:
Abolition of the railroad labor board
and substitution of a labor division of
ho Interstate commerce commission,
with power to enforco Its decisions
against both carriers and employes. If
that proposal is not approved the
board should be reorganized by re
moving all but the public representa
tives. Steps must be taken to prevent
strikes that threaten the public wel
fare. Announcement that a conference of
governors would be called here to dls
cubs prohibition enforcement. The
president emphatically declared for a
strict enforcement of the prohibition
Greater credit facilities for agricul
ture and livestock Interests,
Pooling of freight cars under a cen
The merger of railroad lines into
systems for the purposo of economy
and Interchange of equipment.
Adoption of a constitutional amend
ment to abolish child labor.
Adoption of a constitutional amend
ment to restrict tho issuance of tax
exempt securities by states and the
Registration of Immigrant aliens and
establishment of Immigration boards
abroad to bar undesirables.
Extension of reclamation and irri
Conservation of forests.
Attention to the wide difference be
tween tho cost of production and the
price paid by the ultimate consumer.
Creation of a central agency to aid
Approval of a proposal for tho sur
vey of a plan to draft all resources of
the country, human and material, for
national defense. 4
Attention to the super-power survey
of the eastern industrial region look
ing to unification of steam, water and
BRIEF GENERAL NEWS
The Iowa state Illiteracy commission
will ask the coming legislature to en
act a law making it compulsory for all
Iowa voters to pass a literacy teest.
A soldiers' bonus, Blmllar In many
respects to tht ono vetoed by President
Harding, baa been Introduced by Rep
resentative Foster, republican, Ohio.
After five weeks' effort a Jury has
been seleettd to hear testimony In tho
trial of five men accused of murder In
connection with the Hcrrln, 111., mas
sacre last June.
More than 5,000,000 Russians must
get relief this winter, Coolnel William
L. Haskell, chief representative in Rus
sia of the Amirican relief administra
tion, declared on his arrival from Eu
rope. Lack of funds has thrown the na
tional guard "one year behind In tho
dtvelopmtnt required by congress it
itlf," Major-Qeneral Qoorga O. Rick
ards, chief of tho militia bureau, de
clared In his annual report
The United States has given the re
public of Colombia a check for (5,0.00,
000, Its first payment under the $25,
000,000 treaty ratified In 1921, to cover
certain damages Incurred in the con
struction of the Panama canal.
Ownership by the government of
postoftlces Is urged in the annual re
port of Postmaster General Hubort
Work, not as an inflexible policy, but
as a policy that can be extended to
great advantage and saving. At the
present time the government owns
1119 postofflce buildings and leases
.72gon postmasters recently n8m
inated by the president aro as follews:
Irvln D. Pike, Grass Valley; Rode
rick A. Chtsholm, Monroe; Otto O.
Schneider, Powers; Russell II. Sullens,
Thero nro 3350 persons of school
ago in tho Eugene school district, ac
cording to tho revised figures on the
recent school census. This is an In
crease of 246 over the number enumer
ated last year.
A petition has boon filed at Albany
asking the division of the Harmony
school district and the creation of a
new district of the western half of tho
territory. Tho Harmony district was
organized nearly GO years ago.
Formal notice of appeal of the
Klamath Falls court houso decision re
cently rendered by Judge Sklpworth
of Lane county was served in both
cases in which tho court houses and
the court house sites are Involved.
"The state of Oregon sends more
students to college In proportion to Its
population than any other state in tho
Union," declared W. J. Kerr, prosldont
of tho Oregon Agricultural collogo, In
discussing American Education week.
C. L. Palmer, tho now Baker mayor,
appointed Ed Rand, who for somo
tlmo has been deputy United States
marshal, with headquarters In Port
land, as chief of police. Frank Mc
Colloch has been named for city at
torney. Tho Increase in license fees receiv
ed by the motor vehicle division of tho
secretary of state's office up to and
Including November 30, as compared
with tho same poflod In 1921, amount
ed to nearly $1,000,000, according to
Sam A. Kozer, secretary of state.
MALHEUR COUNT!' HEAL ES
TATE TRANSFERS RECORD
ED DEO. O TO DEO. 10
Shorlff II. Loq Noe to H. V. Car
penter, trusteo, 14 Lodo minlnir
claims. 121122. $250.
U. S. A. to John B. Wado NJAN
WW, SWWNWW Sec. 4: Eli HEM
NWW.SE 1-4 Sec. 5-28-38. 112222.
u. a. A. to Lewis L. Seward SW
SE, SSWW Sec. 13: SSE
W BE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 14; NNH
Wl SEWNEW Sec. 23; NNW,
SWW NW 1-4 Sec. 24-28-37.
Albert Hill ot ux to Albert Wilson
SEW Sec. 15-19-44. 12822. $13
931.95. Sheriff H. Leo Noo to C. R. Eml
son, trusteo, lots 1, 2, and 3, block
130 Ontario. 12422. $1565.39.
C'. A. Crawford, et ux to Thos. F.
Coward, SEWNEW, and part of NE
WNWW Sec. 24-19-46. 12822.
Chas. G. McCambrldgo et ux to
Malsolm Corrlgall, lot 1, NEWNW
W. NW-NEW Sec. 19-16-43.
St. Paul Orchards Co. to Frede
rick S. Bailey SB W SEW, ESWW
SEW. Sec. 23-'l8-46. 32017.
John T. Logan ct ux to Ray T.
Moo, rocelvor, W Sec. 36-13-42.
Kennlo N. Osborn et ux to Crlll
M. Johnson, SWWSEW Sec. 22-16-47.
A. B. Azcuonaga et nx to Antone
J. Azcuonaga, lots 1, 2, 3 4. 5, 6,
and 7, In sub-division C o! Block 5
Plonoor dd. to Jordan "Valoy 12G
Shorlff H. Leo Noo to Bank of
Jordan Valloy W&SWW Soc. 32, N
EWSEW SEWNEW See. 31-32-46.
112722.. $4240. (Cortiflcatet of
Chas. Newblll to Win. Canfiold,
south 40 foot of lots 3 4, 5, 6 and 7
bock 6, Nyssa. 12222 $500.
J. M. Pitts to ux to Waltor Pitts,
WSWWSEW Sec. 3-17-47. 12
J. T. Crumo ot ux to J. M. Pitts,
WW-SWWSEW Soc. 3-17-47. 12
U. S. A. to Flary Lawrenco E
SEW Soc. 6; WSW Sec. 4; S
Soc. 5; E&NEW Sec. 8; W&NWW
Sec. 9-27-45. 112222.
Harold G. Mallett to John S. Mal
lott. SSWW Soc. 20-18-46. 9
Stato Land Board vs. Winifred
W. Seawoard ot als. 121322. Foro
cosuro of mortgago. $4000.
C. F. Cox, trustee vs. Ontario
National Bank. 121422. Recovery
of monoy. $800.
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