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Lakeview, Oregon, Mrch 26, 19U8
The County Sest Question
More than a year rBed ftr the
Lake Comity Court decided to build
a new Court House at LakeTiew, aui
two levies of taxes ha J been made to
pay for it, the material bought and
paid for. and contracts were let for
the work, before the agitators of the
North end announced their determi
nation to remove the County Seat
No people ever acted more disingeo
aously than these fading agitators
have, and we know there are numbers
of fair minded men in the North who
would not have waited so long in an
non icing their intention to try to
move the County Seat to Paisley, and
who don't approve "f the action of
those ho are leading the movment at
Tba conditions wil- compel the or
ganization of a new county, composed
of the Northen precincts of Lake and
contiguous territory of adjoining
Tba vast amount of rich arable lands
In that region, formerly supposed to
be unproductive, arid desert, have
been fonnd to grow good crops, and
the great influx of new settlers in
the two years last past clearly point
to a new ooanty and, should the peo
ple of Southern Lake array themselves
against it with all their power they
could not prevent it. Part of this
land being in Crook, Harney and
Klamath Counties, many of the new
homes would be one hundred or more
miles from their county seat, while
some of thoee in Lake, even with the
County seat at Paisley, would yet be
seventy live miles away. It would be
folly to think of preventing a new
County when they have gained the re
quired population, and that day is
near at band, if the Silver Lake papers
are not mislead, as to the rapidity of
tba settlement of these lands.
To the Republican Voters of Lake
I hereby announce myself a Caotll
date, for the Office of Sheriff, subject
to the decision ol the Republican
party, at the primary electiou, to be
held April 17th, 1908. tli
If I am selected by the Republican
party, as their regular Nominee, and
reslected at the Juue election, I will
serve the people as faithfully in the
future a 1 have In the past.
I wish to announce to the Voters of
Lake County, Oregon, that 1 am a
candidate for the Office of Sheriff,
subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic Prfy at he Primary electiou,
to be held on April 17th. 1908.
J. D. FARRA.
To the Republicans of Lake County :
I hereby announce to the Republi
cans of Lake County, Oregon, that I
will be a candidute for the nomina
tion to the office of Sheriff upon the
Republican Ticket at the Primary
Election to be held on April 17th, 1908.
1 have served the people of this
County two years in the capacity of
Sheriff, and am willing to abide by
their decision upon my official record.
K. E. KIN Ell ART.
To the people of Lake County, 1
wish to announce myself as a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of this
county, on the Democratic ticket.sub
ject to the decision of the Democratic
Party, at the Primary election, to be
held April 1, 1908.
J. G. BARKER.
At the earnea. solicitation of many
friends, 1 wish to announce to the
republican voters of Lake county that
1 am a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner, subject to the
decislou o the republican party at
the primary electiou, to t held April
If 1 am elected by the Republican
party as their uotuiueo, aud elected
us County Commissioner in Juue, I
promlxe to fulfil, the duties of that
office to the best of my ability, and
, work for the best Interests of the peo
! pie of Lake comity. ,
E. K. HENDERSON.
I announce to the Republican of
Lake county that I am a caudldate for
the nomination for county commis
sioner, at the Primary electiou to be
held April 17th. If 1 am nominated
aud selected, I promise the people, of
every sectlou of Lake county, that I
will a.lviioatai that which lit iuitt and
' right to all the people, wit bout fear ot
censure from auy seeking special pri
vileges. C. A. K (CHART,
Far (I- Treaavrer
To the Republican voters of Lake
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County Treasurer,
subject to the decision of the Repub
lican Party, at the Primary Election
to be held April 17th IOCS.
F. O. AilLSTROM.
What They Can Have
Lake view the peimaneot County
Seat of Lake, and a new County North
of Lake, is a fair and rational adjust
ment of the rights of all concerned,
and tbis the North end can bave
whenever they are ready.
To this manner of adjustment, the
South end is committed, and we here
by notify the agitators of the North,
who are clamoring for removal of the
County Seat, that NO OTHER SET
TLEMENT WILL BE MADE. NO
OTHER IS POSSIBLE.
We bave been handed a voluminous
set of resolutions passed by the peo
ple of Silver Lake concerning the dis
covery of the body of Julius Wallende,
wno disappeared from that place last
Fall, but owing to the lack of space
we have been unable to publish the
same in tbis issue.
Far Caaaly Clerk
I wish to announce to the Republi
can voters of Lake county that 1 am
a candidate for the office of county
cierk, subject to the decision of the
Republican party at the primary elec
tion, to be held on April 17, 1908
1 cheerfully submit my record as
county clerk for the past year and a
half for your app. oval, and if you
choose to select me tor the office
again, I pledge myself to perform the
duties of clerk during the next term
as faithfully as 1 bave in the past.
E. N. JAQU1SH.
To the Democrats of Lake County
I wish to announce that I am a can
didate for the office of County Clerk,
subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic Party at the Pumary election to
be held on April 17th, 1008.
F. W. PAYNE.
Judge Tbos. G. Hailey, who was
appointed by Chamberlain as state
supreme judge to fill a vacancy
created by the appointment of Judge
Wolverton to the Federal judgeship,
died in Portland Sunday, March 15tb,
from the effects of a surgical oper
ation. Judge Hailey was one of the
most prominent Democratic statesmen
in Oregon. He was born in Oregon
A. E. Pearson, of Altoras, special
promotion agent for the Modoc Coun
ty Development company, was in
Lakeview la.st week gathering infor
mation for a large circular tbis pro
motion company is getting out for
that county. They have received 8500
from the county, and will issue ten
thousand pamphlets, ilius'rated, and
100 pages of descriptive matter.
M. R. Biggs of Priuevide, who was
caught iu the laud fraud net aud con
victed in 1905 aud sentenced to 10
months in the county jail of Multno
mah county aud to pay a 1500 fine,
Wbs released ou the 19th, having
served his time out and paid the tine.
W. C. Bristol has stepped down
from the office of U. S. District At
torney for Oregon, and banded over
the keys to John McCourt, who was
W. J. Sherlock and John Sbeehan
came down from Summer Lake Mon
day. Will says be came down after a
load of brick -be got a gold brick.
Five degrees of excel
lence: good; w better;
w fine; finer;
finest: all Schilling's Best
Your srocer return your montr If ja tout
HI It; wt pay him.
1 desire to annouuce to the Republi
cans of Lake county that I am a can
didate for the office of Assessor, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican
party of this county at the primary
election to be held on April 17, 1908.
I confidently belive that my work as
assessor in the past bas been satisfac
tory, and I promise, if nominated and
elected, to perform the duties of that
office as faithfully as lies in my power
so to do.
J. B. BLAIR.
C. E. Oliver requests the Demociat
ic voters of Lake County to consider
him a candidate at the primary elec
tion to be held April 17, 1908, forthe
nomination for county Assessor. If
uominated and elected he pledges
himself to give equitable valuation,
correct desciiptions and no omis
sions. To faithfully serve all people
of this county without favoritism or
predjudice. C. E. OLIVER.
To the Democratic Voters of Lake
County Oregon. 1 hereby announce
myself a candidate for the nomination
for the office of Assessor at the Pri
mary Election to be held on April 17th
1908. A. J. FOSTER.
Far Stat Snatr.
I hereby submit my name to
Republican voters for joint senator
from Klamath, Lake and Crook coun
ties at the primary election to be
beld April 17, 1908.
Having faithfully represented this
district in the last session of tba leg
islature, and since the senator-ship
baa, for tbis term, been conceded to
Klamath, I again ask for the favora
ble consideration of the voters of tbis
Senatorial district. Respectfully,
GEO. H. MERRYMAN.
1 herewith aunouce myself a candi
date for joint senator from Klamath,
Lake and Crook comities on the Re
publican ticket, subject to the decis
ion ot the primary election.
L. F. WILLITS,
Klamath Falls, Ore.
I hereby annouuce myself as a can
didate for the office of Joint Senator
for the Counties of Klamath, Lake
and Crook subject to the decision of
the Republican Primaries April 17.
HARRY L. HOLGATE,
To the voters of Crook, Lake, and
Klamath counties. I hereby declare
my Platform ; Statement No. 1. "He
tbat is greatest let him be your
Servant." The people of Oregon are
competent o elect all officers. Oregon
Livestock Breeders, Oregon Fruit
Growers, are world famous.
Let us make Oregon the Greatest
State for Good Roads, Good Schools,
Pure Foods, Honest Weights aud
measures. Honest Political Methods.
Push for Oregon, Pull for Oregon !
My Native State, "Sweet Oregon."
Democratic Candidate for Joint
Senator G. SPRINGER.
To the Republican Voters of Lake
I wish to announce tbat 1 am a can
didate for nomination as Assessor at
the Primary Nominating election to
be held April 17 1908. If I am nomi
nated and elected 1 pledge myself to
endeavor, to the befct of my ability,
to assess all taxable property in the
County so as to be jutt to one and all.
"Hew to the line, let the chips fall
where they may. "
Very Truly Yours,
N. WALDO TAYLOR,
Silver Lake, Ore.
For Joint-Rrprrneatail ve
TO THE REPUBLICANS
KLAMATH. LAKE, CROOK
I wish to inform the Republicans i t
Klamath, Lake, Crook aud Grant
Counties, constituting the TWENTY
FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON, that my name
will be presented for your consider
ation at the Primary Election to be
held April 17v 1908, asking your suf
frage for selection as one of the Rep
ublican nominees for Joint Represen
tative in said district, to bo balloted
for on June 1, 1908.
H. A. BRATTAIN,
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for Joint Representative from
Klamath, Lake, Crook and Grant
Counties on the Republlcau ticket,
subject to the decision of the primary
U. C. COE, Bend, Oregon
For Miirvr) or.
To the Repbulican Voters of Lake
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the Office of County Survey
or, subject to the decision of the Re
publican party, at the primary election,
to be beld April 17th, 1908.
CHAS. M. FAULKNER.
For IMxtrlrt Attorney.
TO THE REPUBLICANS OF
KLAMATH AND LAKE COUNTIES:
I wish to inform you that my name
will be presented for your comider
ation at the Primary election to be
held April 17, 18, asking your
suffrage for selection as the Republi
can nominee for District Attroney o'
the SECOND PROSECUTING AT
TORNEY DISTRICT OF OREGON to
be balloted for ou June 1, 1908.
In placing my name before you for
nomination as your candidate, permit
me to say that 1 shall cheerfully abide
by your decision at the Primary
Election, whatever it may tie.
F. H. MILLS,
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
V5fE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR
SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF
SHIRT WAISTS, ZEPHERS,
WASH GOODS, GING
HAMS, LACES, EM
We invite your inspection
BAILEY & MASSING1LL
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. m L
Seven Minion boxes sold In post 13 month a. ThlS signature, SjCtT
la Two Day.
ITH one ribbon and its new
Tlie New Tri-Chrome
Smith Premier Typewriter
is virtually three typewriters in
one. It produces indelible black,
purple copying or red type
writing at the will of the opc-
Thi "rhinc permit not only
the dm of a tlirrr-culor riblton.
but a tool a t -"o-columr single
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H. D. Clark
Contractor and Builder
Job Work a Specialty
Shop next door to AhlMtrom'a
BMrttU Ihi Kind Yw Hav Alafl Bootfl
ALBERT G. DUHME
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
for Hohool Mupt-rintrorirnt
Upon the solicitation of many
frietda, I anuouDce myself ax a candi
date for the Domination to the office
of County School Superintendent,
subject to the approval of the voters
of the Republican party of Lake
County at the primary election to be
held April 17tb, 1908.
1. Q. WILLKTS.
I will be a candidate for the Repub
lican Domination for the office of
Prosecuting Attorney for the Second
Prohecuting Attorney District of the
State 'f Oregon consisting of the
coun'ipf of Klarnatb and Lake.
D V. KUYKENDALL.
I am a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for Prosecuting Attorney
of the Second Prosecuting Attorney
District of Oregon, comprising Kla.
math and Lake Counties.
W. J. MOORE.
Is hereby given tbat the Co-partnership
heretofore existing between il. L.
Chandler and C. D. Arthur doing a
livery and feed business under the
firm name of Chandler & Arthur, is by
mutual consent dissolved, II. L.
Chandler retiring and C. D. Arthur
continuing in the business. All
those knowing themselves Indebted to
the above Darned firm will please call
and settle their accounts with C. D.
Arthur at their earliest, convenience.
Dated, March the 10th, V.H)H.
II. L. Chandler.
122 O. D. Arthur.
for County School Ruperintendant.
To the Democratic Voters of Lake
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County School
Superintendant, subject to the de
clttion of the Democratic Party, at the
Primary Election to be held April
17th, 1908. It. b. JACKSON.
To the Democratic voters of Lake
county. I '"rehv announce myself as
h cand i'letp for Coroner ot Lake
(uniity .mihie.'t to the decision ot the
I if i.ncrat i I'Hrtv. at the Primary
i i lion. I I e held April ITlti.
ir I a i elected to this oillce, I
I nine the people of this county that
th nil lo- of a coroner will be per
I tl i. ed M Ci I ding to law.
Co to G. R. Hutchinson for first
class watch repairing. All Repairs
guaranteed. Located la the Soda
Works building, Lakveiew, Ore.
Government Inspection of horses at
my place, near Likely, on March 25th
1908. Will pay 9115.00 for all ac
cepted, mares or geldings, any color,
except gray. Fifteen hands and up,
950 pounds and up, 4 t J 8 years old,
broken to ride.
1 1-2 GEO. II. BAY LEY, Likely Cal.
A I am agent for the Chioo Nurs
ery Co., and have sold a large ship
ment of oursery stock here already,
which will be i shipped in a short
time, would like to get a few more
orders before It la too late.
J. W. SchwelDfurt' 12-2
In the CI. init Court of be State of
Oregoo, foi .no C Miuty o. Lake.
F. X. Schlecut, PUntifr, )
George Schlecht, )
To George Schlecht, defendan t above
IN THE NAME- OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear aud anHwer the com
plaint tiled against you iu the above
entitled Court aud Cause on or before
the 1st day of May, 1908, aud if you
fail so to answer uuid complaint, for
want thereof, the above named plain
tiff will take judgment against you
for the sum of Seven hundred and
Ten Dollars, together with interest
thereon from May 27th, 1905, at the
rate of eight per cent, per annum, and
for the costs aud disbursements of
This summons is served upon yon
by publication thereof for six con
secutive weeks In The Lake County
Examiner, a newspaper published
weekly at Lakeview, Lake County,
Oregon, by order of the lion. Henry
L. Benson, Judge of the Circuit Court
of Lake County, Oregon, made and
dated the llh day of March, 19U8, and
the date of the first publication here
of is March 19tb, 1908.
L. F. Conn,
127 Attorney for Plaintiff.
WANTED TIMHER LANDS.
Homestead relinquishments wanted.
Want to buy direct from owners.
Write particulars to
M. II., liox 402, Eugene, Orvgon. Ot
lu the Circuit Court of
of Oregon, for the County
Dick J. Wilcox, Plaintiir.)
Hugo Meyer, Carl IJehr )
aud A. Stork man, )
To Hugo Meyer, defendant
named : t
IN THE NAME OF Til K STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby required
to appear and answei the complaint
filed against you iu the above entitled
Court and cuuse on or before the 1st
day of May, 1908, and if you fail so
to answer said Complaint, for wank
thereof, the above named p 1 a I n 1 1 if
will take judgment against you for
the sum of Four Hundred Dollars,
with interest thereon slnco the 9th
day of April, 1907, at the rate of eight
per cent, per annum, and the further
sum of Fifty Dollars Attorney's fees
In this action, and for his costs and
This summons is served upon you
by publication thereof for six oonseo
utive weeks lu the Lake County Ex
aminer, a uewspapei published week
ly at Lakeview, Lake County , Oregon,
by order of the Hon. Henry L. Hen
son, Judge of the Circuit Court of
Lake County, Oregon, made and dated
the 14th day of March, 1908, aud the
date of the first publicatolu hereof is
March 19th, 1908.
, L. F. Conn.
"-7 Attorney for Plalutllf.
1 am agent for the Rui THmnntn It
the best daily Duner on thn fWur..
Win. Wallace, at the Furniture Store.