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LAfcEVIEW.OREOON. MVE.1BER all?.
MEh.L VEATHEK KUVK1
Below ae rive rrpir1 l theaettl
aa recorded by the (iovernment ehei
l'awin tution The K.imin-r Oih
This reiort ia changed earh werk and it
onr rrWt wish to kffp yearly ret-ord
of weather condition lor "future rrfe
enre. rut oat the report along the hlac
lint and parte it in acran hook ni
ek after another. This reord I
taken on Tueede" to each aeek aiirt
begin on Wednelay lor the neit week
iovernment Wpather Bureau Sta
tion at Lakeview. Oreiron.
C. O. tarns a. Cooperative Obeerver
Week ending Turaday, Not. IT., l'tti;
Tbe world ha had many experience
and had to deal with Snanrial troubles
in various forma. After a period of
money stringency, in which tbe money
king of the country hare figured ac
the chief cause, and allegation of
boardioK tbe cash of the country and
keeping it from circulation, bare come
crusade against these methods of the
moneyed men, and laws bTe been
passed intended to deprive them of
tbe power to accumulate money which
they might hoard and keep from cir
culation, causing a money panic at
their wilL Tbe world has ever felt safe
againt tbe laboring class boarding tbe
money and keeping it from circula
tion, and has never protected itself
from sucb a danger.
A long period of good times bas
placed ia tbe bands of tbe working
class a controlling amount of tbe
money of tbe country. Tbete are
business institutions owned by men
worth many tbonsand times tbe mon
ey owned by tbe working men, it is
true, but not in cash ; their wealth is
in property, upon which cash can be
realized, providing, of coarse, that
tbe cash is in circulation. Give tbe
jich man the property, and the poor
man mar have tbe money, and all will
work well, if he keeps tbe money in
circulation, but Rive tbe poor man tbe
money and let him board it up, and
tbe man worth millions, with debts to
pay, and bow can be pay bis debts
and keep tbe wheels rolling that furn
ish employment foi the poor man and
aapply the necessaries of life? '
Supposing that every man in tbe
United States that has a dollar on de
posit in tbe banks should withdraw
bis money and bide it away? Most of
tbe businesses of tbe country are run
oa borrowed money; this money be
longs to tbe working man, tbe deposi
tor, and without acoeaa to tbia money
the business cannot exist.
Tbe effects of money stringencies
are the same, no matter from what
source tbey come, whether from tbe
. mn Knanitns tbe money op or
from the poor man boarding it.
It is foolish to think that tbe banks
take deposit and lay tbe money away
in vaults and keep it there to be paid J
oat upon a moment's notice. Sucb ,
a system would deprive tbe couotiy
f a circulating medium. Tbey, of
course, keep enough on bands to meet
Par max min. r-rrlp o'w rharartpi
I iialtua (all of dar
weTT&.' j ) "' UU j Ct'ty
thnrTM 25 j 0 00 00 "
frui'yi 39 I 19 0.10 00 i
aatVj88 j Jll t 0.30 j 0
eun. j 36 Tl6 0.00 0
man.' 47 j 22 lW 00 I
tuew. j 40 l?4 0.09 I 00 j
positor is then thrown out of employ
ment, and bis boarded money will
eventually be forced fro ji bitn for tbe
necessaries of life at a greatly advanc
ed price, caused by a decreaed output.
While this purees is in workng be
must remain idl. In the long ran
who has been the greater loser? We
aay the laboring man. the depositor.
who bas brought on the jnic bv
withdrawing bis money from circula
fVrtlaml liMtOtit' i. en fear tbe dia
continuance ot tbe holidays, leat the
depewit rswitluiiaw thir money from
the bank and deprive the country of
a circulating medium. There Is talk
of ao extra eetvioo of the legislature
to cop with the situation.
Local option is creeping tip on tbe
saloons in Oregon ; Kentucky bas
gone partially dry, Alatwnia bas gone
dry, and the Atlantic fleet is coming
to tbe Pacific, doubtless fearing tbe
Atlantio Ocean will go dry.
While to railroada are discharging
thousands of men all over the United
States, no sign of a decrease In tbe
working forces nn tbe construction
and surveying crews la Southeastern
Oregon is appatent.
Roosevelt bas instructed tbe Poet
master genera to not permit office
bolder to go to tbe national conven
tion, fearing, no doubt, that tbey
would go Instructed to vote for him
for a third term.
Mr. L. B. Moss was in from the
Southern Pacific railroad surveying
campa, north of here last Friday and
Saturday. He says Ed Harriman is
ia New York. Mr. Robert's surveying
crew is about 5o miles north of Abert
Lake, working south to a point where
tbe linecrosaea tbe Pauley-Alkali wag
on road where Mr. Journey's crew
commenced to work south till the
Buck crew was met, which started
north tTocn Abert Lake. Wben tbeae
crews come together, and tbe Boberts
crew reaches tb Alkali wagon road,
tbe survey will be completed, lt I
aid that the bead engineers are well
satisfied with tbe grade tbey are locat
ing this time. It is not known just
where tbe crews will go wben tbey
complete this line, but it is an raised
that tbey will go to some point in Nev
aaa, wnere they will begin the survey
of another route. Mr. Moss says it is
not policy for him and Mr. Harriman
to talk about what tbey were going
to ao, Dence ne was quite reticent on
tbe subject of railroad building. He
was in after supplies for tbe Roberta
A million dollars in gold coin pars
ed through Ashland last week, says
tbe Tidings, enroute to Portland.
The shipment weigLel two ton, and
was guarded by several men aboard an
A Pendleton dispatch to the Oregon-'
Ian states that O. R. X. Section :
bands at that place have bad a cut in
wagea to 1 1.30 for whit laborer and ;
1.35 for Jape, for a nine hour day iu-:
i-tead of 8 boor.
Tennessee Republicans are anxious J
to be tbe fliet to send a Roosevelt i
'delegation tot be national convention, i
Klamath Falls is promised
Our Fall and Winter Stock of Dress
Goods Ladies' and Men's Furnishings
Is now complete and much larger
than EVER BEFORE.
COHE AND SEE FOR Y0URSELVLS.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL'S
ordinary demands. Most banks bold 1
Tbe admission of Oklahoma to tbe
union Saturday, November 16, adds
one more star to tbe flag which will
be added next Fourth of July, accord
ing to custom. The new state gives
to Congress five more representatives,
and two senators. It contains 70.130
square miles of territory, and property
valuation exceeding a billion dollar.
It officer were elected in September,
and all were democartlc except one
A Significant Prayer.
"May tbe Lord help yon make Buck
in' Arinca Salve known to all,"
writes J. (J. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill,
N. C. It quickly took tbe pain out of
a felon for me and cured It in a won
derfully abort time." Beet on earth
for sores, burns and wounds. 25c. at
Lee Beall's drug store.
J-- -- treat
To Cure a Cold in One Dav
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, js m A
Sewn p :n bote totd b past 12 month. This &I mature. yjCT
The Eastern Oregon Engineering
Lakeview and BurnsOre.
Civ'!, Municipal &
LASDASD TOW.XS1TE SURVEYS.
ESTIMATES, MAPPISG, DRAFT-
ISO & DES1GSISG.
Irrigation A Specialty.
Lakerfew onw Kara Office
C. M. f Al'LKSEK A O FAI LKSER
Lakeview Office Temporarily with C. t'mbacb.
WESTERN STAGE LINE
securities enough to py all deposits,
if given time to realize on the secur
ities, but if called upon without not
ice, few of tbe ni can meet tbe de
mands of all their depositors. The
fact is, tbe banks are loaning money
to the very men who tbe depositors
are working for and drawing their
pay every Saturday night If theee
depositors withdraw their deposits,
where can their employer get the
money to pay tbem off? Tbe employ
er must close down bis shop. Tbe de-
Poor coffee has to be
sold in bulk, it isn't worth
Tear grocer r.t.r.t r..r ? If ri .n't
like Sckiliiif ' Bl: pi hia.
There is said to be another crowd
of S. P. Railroad surveyors coming
over tbe survey juct completed by
Mr Journey's crew. Tbe crew now
coming over tbe line are setting tbe
grade stakes and making tbe survey
permanent. Mr. Journey is now mak
ing permanent location on the survey
north of Lakeview.
Cbas. Lambert. Manager-
Leaves Klamath Falls Daity
at 7 O'clock, A.M.
'j over nor Gillett, of California,
called an extra aesion of the legisla
tore to meet this week. The purpose
for which tbe extra session is called
is to amend th law of California ex
tending the tbe period for tax delin
quncy and to permit tbe court to do
business on holiday.
However ugly tbe new 110 gold piece
most people will learn to love it just
If you want to catch FISH get your Tackle
If you want to sprinkle your Lawn get your
HOSE and Sprinkler of us.
If you want a BATH we can furnish the
we also have a full and
complete line of Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware, a good
Plumber and Tinner in con
nection with the business.
Come and see us our prices
T. E. BERNARD.
Office; American Hotel
S18 ROUND TRIP
he Foutbt at Gettysburg.
David Parker, of Fayette, N. Y. ;
who lost a foot at Uettysburg, write,
"Electric Bitters have done me riore
good than any medicine I ever took.
For several years 1 bad stomacbe
trouble, and paid out much money
for medicine to litUe purpose, until I
began taking Electric Bitters. 1
would not take toOO for what tbey have
done for me." Grand tonio for the
aged and for female weaknesses.
Great alternative and bod v builder;
sure cure for lame back and weak kid
neys. Guaranteed by Lee Beall
druggist. 00c. i
Dr. Chas. ii. Drake, V. S.
Rmo Fmomr, Fmmo 4 Ltrmmr Sraaia.
West of Hirst National Bank.
Gold! Gold! Gold!
Wm. F. PAINE
lam agknt am) KtnvKvoit
Prompt and direful attention iclven
to survey of Lnml mid Townlte.
Map work Ac. Settler hx-nted. Lnud
and Town property for mile
riaal rmf Hat Ire.
Department of tbe Interior, Land
Urn at Lakeview, Oregon, Nov,
Notice Is hereby given that Lor a
Otto Hardisty, of Lakeview Oregon,
bas filed notice of bis intention to
make final Five year proof in support
of bis claim, viz: Uometead Entry
No. 3389. made April 10. 190(1 for the
BVYJ SWK Wtf HV H Sec. 6, and Lot
4, hection 6. TownsbiD 38 H.. Kanira
21 II, YV. M.. and that said proof will
be made before Register and Keralver.
at Lakeview Oregon, on lftb day of
He name tbe following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence unon.
and cultivation of, tbe bind, viz: G.
W. llardistv. A. M. Hardi.tv. Wm.
Kimzey, Frank W ilson, all ot Lake-
46-0. J. N. Watson, Register.
; W oultl you
e, Nevada's rich mountains
a nominal costr
ONLY A FEW DOLLARS
fej a ii
will put you on the ground flour un
1 may put you on eiuy afreet.
Many buve Invented a anrnll
amount In Nevada mining and arc
NOW INDEP NDENT FOR LIFE
A trip to town, a long ttreet car
ride, a cheap excursion by rail were
all luxuries THEN; a private auto
mobile, a tour of Europe, a summer
home down by the aea, are mere
matter of choice, NOW.
ALBERT G. DUHME
BUYS TIMBER LANDS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Stock in the lee Com stock Mining
will do the work!
It la Only 15 Cent a Share NOW
Rtuh your order.
or writ for oartlcnlari.
LEE COMSTOCK MINING CO
I. O. Box 258, Uhyollte, Nev.
Is due in a large measure to abuse of
the bowels, by employing drastic pur
gative. To avoid all danger, uae only
I Dr. Kings' New Life Pills, the safe.
gentle cleanser and Invigorator.
Guaranteed to cure headache, bilious
ness, malaria and Jaundice, at Lee
Beall ' drug store. 25c.
Helps the Wagon up
The load seem lighter Wagoo
and team wear longer You make
more money, and have more time
t make money, when wheel are
Mica Axle Grease
The longest wearing and moat
aatisfactory lubricant in the world.
STAND AMD OIL CO.
Located on Water Street, near the Post office.
Meals at all Hours. j
T7 t. a. I a. I
i x iwu UydlCTo ISXpi Oil I
1 A J .1 . t
j nana auring me oyster
season. Fish and game
Only First-class Restaurant 5
ELI, PROPRIETOR. I
TM KiM id Nn AMi)ft fatf
Notice for PubllcaUon.
United BUte Land Office. Ika.
view. Oraaon. Oct.l 7. inm
Notice I hereby given that the Stat
of Oregon baa, under tbe provialoo
of the Act of Congres of August 14.
1848, and the Acta supplemental and
amendatory hereof, made application
for tbe following unappropriated, noo
mineral, surveyed public land. a. In.
domnlty for the corresponding loe
to it grant for common school, to
List No. , for NfiU NEi. fu
30. NW'i' BW".'. fijui vi t
19 E., and NW'i NW'i. SW' HttV.
MW NK. s-
i T 15 E., W. M.
List No. 'I'M. tnr Nk'l l Lirr. ,
Sec. 27. T. 3'2ti.lL Vitf J"'
Any and all Demon. ni.iJ..' . j
Tersely the above decnriii
requehted to fll In ihi. ..m...
ll "I . iwir
nm i ujai gin nr nara ,.
day of December. ID07.
J. N. Watson, Register.
Notice of Final Settlenx nt.
In the County Court of tbe State of
matron for the Countv of Laba.
IN TIIK MATTER OK THE
EHTATE OF WILLIAM
NOTICE 18 HEREBY filVRN
that tbe undersigned adminlstratrlv
and administrator of tbe Estate of
William Harvey, deceased, have MUri
their Final Account as such with t h
County Clerk of Lake County Ore
gon, this 24tbdayof October, 1U07,
and tbf t the 30th day of November.
1U07. at the hour of ten o'cl ock. In ilin
forenoon of said dav. at the (!nunt.
Judge's office, in the Court House of
saia uounty, in Lakeview, Lake
County, Oreuon. baa been aonointH
and fixed by the County Judge of
said Lake County, Oregon, a the
lime ana piuce lor the
objections, if any there be, to said
for the settlement
Final Account, an
Dated this 24th day of October, 1907.
Ruby Harvey, Administratrix,
and Dick J. Wilcox, Administrator
of the last will and testament of
William Harvey, Deceased. 446.
TIMHKM UNO MWTICK.
H!hd Butf-.nd Office, Lakeview
Notice I. hereby given that In com
plfance with the provl.lon of the act
. .I81 ,or tne "al8 of t mber landa
In the State, of California? Oregon?
Nevada, and Washington frerrirtv
""tended to nil the Public Knd
States by act of August 4, 18tKL tdar
Noed3o?KLhfr0?Ce b"' er t."tement
Township Nb. 41 8?, Itenge No lil P
W. M ad will olfir pronto "how
that tbe land aonuht !.
for it. timber or stone uTau fJrTgr
,t"r?Ll'"rA,.m:H'. ?nJ to eHtablish hi.
" oeioie the lieslster
una Receiver ut Lakeview Oregon, on
'ihursday the 2, day of January, 908?
He names aa wituese; J. W. Read
er, Bert Wade. U. u. HammersleV.
Oscar Bmith, all of Pine OreeT, Orl-
Any ana ail person, claiming
vursely the above (irii.,i iun
requested to Hie their claims In thla
?mi'8 D r beforB Bttla 2 dy o' Ju"
J. N. Watson, Register.