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Lake County Examine!,
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FkI-O J. How MAN
-argest Sworn Circulation in Oregon Outside of Portland
OFFICIAL Coi'NTY I'apkk
AI KKri.MMl ROI.V
k. ..-..'a- i(Bi.tnu XI IV Ml inch ftlllL'al
column ; hi i . I" r month. All vmi.tmii W. i mtvi.
cI.hiih.'.I ' I" month. ( I "l 0HIIKl
.i . It..-.....! f.iro'l ..tr- .'htn.'.
All "thrl irrin rxir
All -I t'CtMl
within. ant .i
Mice, n .mi Hti.t : -
Trmi fnt Hi I'imih and Job Fruit
lni. cn.li iu HlHU-e
All bills must I . j.rti.l 1 1 1 tirnt of i li month.
51 H5CKIP1 ION N ri .
ST, Ill II.IVHMli'.
ti rr.- n.. Mil h v . .
li no I rmil In mt it: ii H M) thr 'st .
1 . r ' ii r a Ii It'
K r.tl ' ( Hi II M TIl.'tl
lt'ointn-ni I'f OlUlilO-
Nollce to ubinbers
ih'iioniHTi to I:-' r'uiii'i r Mho rrinovi'
iri'in i'IIi' ii'i nliti t" Kiiollitr. or i-Iimiici
l.lri-v. mi.oii.1 ri-ni'-intvcr io
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NOTICK OF I'll. I Mi PI. AT.
Department of Tht Interior, I'niteil
slates I. mill Office, Lakeview, Ore
gon, Nov. 17, l:Hi;i.
Notice is hereby IliVlMI that town
ship I'ltit. surveyel utidrr ooutrm t
No. 7.VJ. fur soot inns liltollii inclu
sive T. ;t:i.Y. K !ll' V IJ .ll i...
Ht.) ni this office on I ki'i tit tier 20th,
, on, Hini nftir said date, nil of n ill
! I HI). I Will I Sllhjll't to Deleft lolls,
j on try or tlillng on. If oh I d land nr.
I not otherwise roserveil or appropri
; AKTHFK W. OUTON. LVgi-der.
I KKKD P. I'UON KM I LLKK, Be
' 'M ir iosti!tt
Irop this ultn-f a curd m ihi ir -hht
tr"c-.l to the ritfhi p-oMi'tti
The Proposed New State of
Siskiyou May not be a Dream ;
Report of the Condition of
Tho First National Hunk of Lake
ov, at Lnkovlow, In tlio Slate nf
Invest in 1'iimv Kimcit tlutMiL'li our Real I !st :i 1 Ji.i t c; v. llin.r ., ninun
tier share Asa part of out iilan lr handling our rapidly growing luisim ss and Ur
uicreasctts capacity, we olVcr to a limited minil.cr tin- i.''t ttinit , . , ,. t ,Uliy
with us in the laio profits certain to accrue. Tin- inoncv i ccci veil" l v the Conipanv
. . : ..- inn -iv w i ii v i Mm. i- ii nut- i ii pi-ri i ca 1 1 v, ii in iii i in- miivi" t
siipervisioM of the Hoaid of hireetors. The oj-poi (unit v is ext raordinarv l-eeanse of the
J profit sharing plan ly whieh you may share in all the prolits of the Coiup.-iip- -.1 its
il'.'inillK 1 lll'll'.l v, 1 1 1 r 1 ui VI 11.
, ...... ....... .V
PRINCE RUPERT BUSINESS PROPERTY
will make fortunes for those who invest in it now, as did Portland, Seattle, Spokane
and aneouver real estate, lor those who invested iu these cities ten vears ao.
TODAY PRINCE RUPERT IS THE CYNOSURE OF ALL EYES.
Nov 1 ti. HMi;i:
tilt" I'lilMO uf ImikIiicnh,
Some time eiuoe the Kx a turner ail
tooated the idea of Katsern Oregon
eoediDR from Vsteru Oreoo, in
order to pet away from that delect
able bunch at Portland. The matter
was onuiderab'y discussed by th3
State Presi at the time.
"The iden of Yrokn h-i the enp it'll of.
the stat l untenable. We lielieve the;
uew state i a Rood idea aud belietre i
it will materialize sooner or later e ;
alo believe the - capital will be either
Medford or K lauint h Falls : Medlord ;
if the eveut take tjilace onti and j
H CSt it Iti 'KS
Hill I IKS
Since then another project has been j Klamath ralld a tetter eliow the louder
brcuitbt to the front, to establish , it is Delayed." j
what i to be knowo as the State of j The- e t uit-ch to be said iu favor J
Sinkiron. embracing th- territory 'of the iiopoced state. The persuiU of j
within the counties of l)onK'las, Coos.
I.o.'iiirt and llscitintH(
OvcnlriiftM, Hoiurrtl niitl
illit-iruii'd S.OL'f' n?
rnltcil Statin Itoinlrt to m-
cnr" circulation : ri).iiiK iHf
I" S. HoiiiIk to mH'tin V. S.
lH'MMitH ".'."lIKX) ihi
Prciiilums mi r. s. liumlM.. 2.7(H) on
1'uihIm pruritics, etc 4,M".' 'X
IWinklni; hoiiHc, furniture.
mill tuttiin-H 12,5N (H
Put from Niitlniuil Hanks
i not i-'h. rvo Moi'iitu i '' 'ir in
the reutle wilhiu the listiicts named ' IHic from apiirovt-d rc-
No other city on- this eontMient is making such rapid ad vaiiecnicnt iu population
eonunerccaud Imildtn.o. Pnnee Rupert's present and future growth insures investors'
in our shares a continuation of safety, hih returns aud inrcasin value, whieh is not
oiieteo in an eouai deLrree iiv anv other Dnn nl m vit m,.,o .,,.... i...
. - - - - " i r I u iim
li:w.i-.-j i;r Invest vimr
I M I I 1 1 ti I 1 li I 'I
surplus tun. is with tins Loinnauv and share in this it.'.-h n. ,1
n- i ... r ... . T' i r. x ..
-nospciiix. u you nave mu, aumi or i UU( winch you would invest where it will
inoviue a larjje income Willi the oiiportumt v lor meat profits, then
. i i
Wc refer, ly perinissiou, to the Hank of Nova Scotia, Vancouver
i . .
rite or wire your onicr for shares todav Don't del
Currey, Josephine, Klamath and Lake ! aro homeenoua
in Oregon and Del Xorte, lluaibblt,
Siskiyou. Modoc, Trinity, Shasta, Te
haran and Laeu in California.
The movement originated io Yreka,
with the avowed purpose of making
that town the capital of the new
Stata. But as to that the Dorris,
and their isolation
at present from the doiui nation of
the rotten political ceuters of Port
land and Sn Francisco, would free
them from any sentiment of being
longer bouod to ucb influences.
The State of Siskiyou niMy yet be
come a new ami bright star in the
firmament of our Union.
wrve ayrcntw 171.V; si
Check-- and other i-anh
items. -,14.-, ;ij
Xoten of other National
Hanks 8 pjo ihi
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents '.t t)
Lawk i I. Mo.nky Kkskhvk
i.n Hank, viz :
Sp'de -fll.Il.t IK) 11,1 t't iH)
Redemption fund with L. S.
Treasurer ( ." percent of
circulation) S.-VH) ih)
Prince Rupert Real Estate Investment Co. Ltd.
410 Loo Building, Vancouver, B. C. Prince RUpert, B C
A Young Newspaper Woman
Gives Boys Some Good Advice
Total, f lt;j.0!!7
Dili. I. Alts
A UIAVKI of fty ilollars ix here
by ollt'tcl for t urination that will
lend to the iirro- mii ' couvictiou of
any peisou w i h.s nlolen wires or
other proper! . from our Com puny ;
and the niui' ."ward is hereby olfered
tor inform , n UiHt wilt lead to the
arrest and nvtction of auyoue ilea
troyiug t. i perty of the Company.
Secretin like Co. Tel. A Tel. Co.
The aditor of the Lindsburg, Kan
sas, News, Aud.i M. Carlson, is a
young lady io the small twenties as
to age, yet she ably conducts "one of
the bigcets and brightest weekly pa
pers in the country. A specimen of
ber writing is the following whole
some advice to young men, under the
caption: "How About Yout Even
Young man what is your program for
the winter? Your evenings are at
your command are you eoing to
squander tbem in loafing and cheap
amusement or are you going to make
tbem count iu improvemnt? There
are boundlee- opprotunitiess for the
young man of today. Books without
Dumbei are at bis command at a
nominal cost. Corrospondeuce
schools of a t zh order are ottering
courses of ttudy preparatory for al- !
most any walk of life bl.1 any young
man cna carry It on at home Many
of the great men in politics and busi
ness, witb no' opprotuuities seeming
ly, climbed to the highest positions
through the industrious use of tbeir
Andrew Carnegie started as a bobbin
boy in a cotton factor and borowed
books to read at oivht and ended by j
giving millions for free libraries.
Tom Edison sold nemtspapers to help I
support the family and says: " I at- I
tempted to read through the entire
free library of Detroit All of his.
early experiments were conducted in !
hi? rare moments alter work. Kverj
man in the catagory of fame, bas I
climbed there through constant aud J
persistent use of bis spare time.
Idle hours, loatiig and cheap'
axusements never made a big man'
and never will. If you are looking to 1
advancement there is only one sur
way of getting it and that is by work
ins tor it. If vuu vant to loaf and
squander your time don't complain
that you never had a chance. What
will be your progiam.
Capital Htock, paid in $., imh) (to
Surplus fund 20,tXH) tHI
Undivided profits, less ex-
jienses and taxes paid, 6,."iJ7 14
atl'iiifU Hank Notes out
standing 49.400 HO
Due to State aud Private
Banks and Bankers l'4t 70
Due to Trust Companies
and Savlnjrs Hanks 17.S72 ;C
Dividends unpaid ;V.mj no
IlltMvliln.il deposits, sub
ject to check 2."4,.'U1 04
Demand certificates of dt-
poslts :i.'i,j:to 7:t
Clllted States deposits 22,1 .i 02
Deposits of I'. S. disbursing
ottkTH, 3,001 20
.Notes and bill rediscount J 2,500 00
Total $ 402,0!I7 21
The Sacrmento Bee ays the Natio
nal ssociatiOQ of Maufacturers solem
enly aucuouce that the country " haa
had enough ot tariff aaitation for the
rresuat," and should "let well
That souud-i like au echo irorn the
tomb of Mark Manna.
Things are well enough for the IA4
manfacturiug trusts. 'I he Steel
Trust i.J paying good dividends on
wiittren stocks, arid rices cf triirt
ii.a hi t :t'!e- have t.eeu r'ti-e i p.iuce
the on 11 tarifi 'Aut into e:li-ct.
Why sLouH tru.-t t rr -ferity I e r 1 1 r- -turl,'-i
l.y kii'ka iron, thn ccii-nii.er-:
eomrueiilinrf upon the tHi't ttiit
Joi.'i IJ. lloclrereli -. KI-ihM I!,
liairi.i.an, Mid ,. i'ieii'i.r Murtn
imvt- al'.vayn been kuoun ;i- contin
uu'.. i Lurch iiotrs i 11.Mlt.-l3c!
.Suij'lay Schnol Topntty, te l-'re n.
lUtpulllCtiM bit s.
(:t ther; t fi re? exfenipi;ry t'nutl-:-niii:
huve d iue in ore t- deuauch tb-s
pu il'.' morals aurj n.uko crime urii-ver.-ul
th-in any three million rulliaun
ti the world. They hiivo robl.ed
u.tiro tiian a!l the hichi'.hyrr.eii and
bijigliir.-- in the hi-t;iy r,f ii.e -,iorld.
Tlo-y have eosn.nrrJ nr.' 1 nu-i-d
u;i,re 1 i.v brettkiiii' th-m till the o;i,s
Mi th- jul-tun k.s in the count 1
lhoy iiie beliii;d every olitieal
I i'i i.e'V. J0c.1l, Mate or nali--:
the " . u 1 1 v over.
PAISLEY AND SUMMER LAKE i
While in Portland C. W. Withers!
culled in at the office of the Portland :
Irriajtion (Jonjpany. Mr. Bnli was'
not iu but the rnau in charae spoke!
very confidently jf the situation !
li'- .-Hid that applications had been '
r-ce;ve i for all the land hegretiateil 1
mil h;t work on the irrigation plant
aouI 1 -titrt befoie long. This in the.
-H'ne .ory that has been told before.
Io tho meantime the people of Pais
iey e.re going anead with their pcti
tioti" Pra.ttically everybody has
-!:!. to tfietn. la View or the tact
t.'rit a primary election i.s corninii on
next .-Mink' it in n'jt believed the
.-tan I'li'l hour! will cure to give an-orhi-t
e.vten.-inn of time. It' the board
it'-ci.ir- agbitist the com! any it in u tit
L'lPo .'. ritten notice e.tji it w ithin two
month the Portland Irrigation eotn
j.nijy lioes not re.-ume work iN con
tract i- t'.rteited. Hut If it does re--ome
work with two men grubtiug
-;ig"hr o-ih. what then? liut the con
tract called for a fourth of the work
to Ic completed September lith.
V.)' K and the contract might be an
n!("I on thiit. L'l'ound. It is nnt im
ros'sihle tijiil trie Portland Irrigation
'oil 1 '.u y will put i.n a large f;rce
ot 11. before 1th two months i.s up.
Statk ok ()iti:i;o J
Col NTV OK LAKK )
I. s. (). Crosslcr. Cashier of
the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Ih
true to the best of III v knovetlg;e and
skai. S (). 1 UK.s-d.Ki:, Cashier.
Correi't At test :
W. II. SHIRK. )
DICK .1 WIl.coX, Directors.
.1. II. HOT IIKI-.S. )
Stibscribeil and sworn to before me
this I nth duv of Nov. 11MII.
(SKA L) " ( M AS. KMUACII
Notary Public forOreuoii.
No. 1 56.
Report of the Condition of
The Lake Coil at. v Loan and Saving;
P.ank at Lakeview, in the state of
Oretton, at clie-e of ImsiliesM Nov.
ro whom rr may conckun. ,
notice Is hereby gjlven that all Irrlga- j
fioti, or mlllraee ditches on all trout
streams t brought Lake Count v. Ore-
gruii. must ln McrWnetl with a small
mesh wire screening; at their head or
Junction with the main channel of
stream. Also all dams or obstruct
ions on said streams must lie pro
vided with a tlsh-ladder. orot herens.v
means of passage, at or near the mid
dle of the main channel, ho as to al
ow the passage of trout at all times ;
of year, im provided by law. Said j
work to lie done at low water time. 1
or to be completed by Feb. 7, P.HI7.
By order of .1 A. Durham. i
Sneclal Deputy fish Warden fori
LakeCount y. Ireuon
South Central Oregon Land Co.
Main Office at IMush, Lake C ounty, Oregon. Q
Specialties; Warner Valley Improved farms, X
l-'ruit lands, Alfalfa lands, Choice stock-ranch-
es. Larjce tracts for Colonization purposes. C
Agents for lIush Townslte. Settlers located Q
on choice vacant Government Lands. Climate S
and water supply unexcelled. Larav Irrlsration
works underwav. Co r res onml, nr. llrit. ! m
Addr.ss au communications to Secretary
South -Central Oregon Land Company, Plush,
Lake County, Oregon.
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind Ycu Have Always Bought
C. D. ARTHUR. Pmormimi
The Largest Livery and Feed Stable In noiithcrii Oregon
or Northern California, I lor-s . Boarded bv the Day, We'k
or Month. Special Attention (ilven to Transient Slock
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
The Interior. I'. S.
Loans and Discounts,
Due from approved n--
Cnsh on band
il.l.A Its, ( 'I s
I.IAlill.I I HvS
Capital Stock paid in
Surplus 1 inn
( titli vi'loil Profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid
Time Cert Mica tes of Deposit
Sn vinirs Depo.-its
llOI.I.A Its 1 1 s
. . 20,000 00
'.1.71 1 12
Land Office at
Oi. Il'th. 1.
Notice is hereby giveu that (iiiHfavo
Harrow, of Lakeview, Oregon, who
on Oct. ldth, PHlO, made llotnehtead
Application, .serial, .No. 020:11, lor
NK quarter, Section II. Township
'KS., Lange loL , Villatnettn Meri
idau. has tiled notice of intention
to make Final Commutation Proof,
to establish claim to the laud above
tlHcrihed, 1 efor" Kolgtsor atid Beeei
ver, V. S. Lund Milieu, at LakovieA,
Oregon. i.ntl.M2oth day of Novem
Cliiimant. names in witneese.s:
Paul Stintlt, of Illy, Oregon
J.W, Nnwell, of Lakeview "
P . M . Cory, of
J. ii. Lipke. of lily.
AKTML'K W. OBION, Beginter.
Hello! There ! Hello!
! STOP ANQ THINK I
The old Stoekmaii ,'iml K'anelier lias juireliased the
I-tirnitiire Store of II L. Cliandler. lie is putting in a hi'
stack ofoodsand in marking down every tiling so that:
von can live lv Inlying fit mi t u of him Call and lood at
, 1, :.. 1.. i 1 if- ,1
'" 'ainiiain uarris, me experienced
taker, will he there to wait on von anv time.
We Have Found Those Er- M
rors in the County Records, jjj
.if 1 05.220 22
( )i:i.i,o.s I
i. rate there will be something
I i i- i I i.'k C. II . ...
ai l. -l v l iters 00 1 1
-rn '.: :! i-ay - : '
1 ri;'.o ! i.j Kroi , a
aii y of her no. . ' ; 1 ,
! a ery one 01 lie 1 ;
von.'- il. t 0 eii: . 11 e
a a i ti jiietitlv nun 1 1
and "oiiiiiit-i ce iu it
I y the ftif-i'ig of their wat
froi private control"
''."j t hatri bus
- deii.a-cis 1
; :: -ii'i b
his I. At!,
N r ti'u'its
'le d le i Oiat his
he services of an
will soon have a
L-i-t We I lies btv
, .-i t ii- i 1,1
ti. i ;i.
I )ru I,.
h,i e ! rebli 1
I t.jeir tin lo
yi lit'.-' I lii.e
" '" i'-'-r y i.'.'i '. 11 - do 1 1 ei mi;
-I I I'li'i-i.'Niiii'iil i t It -es the past
Lloyd WoidAHi'd Is sitting
apple trees and clno ri' s. plums
gooseberries on his homestead.
Col NT ol-' Laki: )
I, S. ). t'resslei', Cashier of the
above named bank, do hoIi-iuiiIv
Jswc'ir that the a bove htal omen t is
t rue. t o t be lu st of my 1 nowlcilgo
ii. d belief.
I I si Ah S. O. ('JtLSSLLi:, ( 'ashler.
' C if reef A I test :
w. 11. simtK, 1 ;
j 1 'ti k J . V.'n.i . ! Directors i
.1.11. 11 o i l IIMSS J
! s. ui,.,. j .( nod s- olli to before me ,
' this ' 0 h ta of Nov., I'toO. 1
I -i;.a 1. 1 CI I AS. CUBAI'll. j
i Notary Public for ()i "jjon. i
NOTICK FOli Pl'BLICATBJN
Depart incut of The Interior, U. H.
Lantl Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
Oct., lftth. I'.to'.h
Notice is lieieby iiveu that Paul
Stindt, of Bly, Oregon ,who, uu Oct.
Kith, maila Homestead Applica
tion, Serial No. 020:i:i. for K half KW
quarter, SK quarter NW quarter, NW
quarter, SK quarter, Se:.t.ion 11
lowtiHtiio :!S S., Btingo 10 10., Wil
lamette Meridian, bus filed notice
of intention to make Pinal coiiiuiuta
tiou Proof, to establish claim to the
land above, described, before Kegis
ter and Koceivei, U. S. Land Office,
at Lakeview, Oregon, on the 20th
ilav. of November, 10n:.
Claimant names ua witneHHes:
J. 11. Newell, of Lakeview Oregon
P. M Cory, of " "
Ollteit. Lupl. am. of Vistillis.. "
J. li l.iplos of lily, Oiegoti
AK'llll'K W. OBTON, Begister.
$ Abstract, of Title to all Lands in M
Lake County Furnished.
Tract Index Abstracting Co.
Wm. JACOBS, Manager.
LAKV1EW, - - ORECON,
Ou. of tiie best editorial rages, in
the iht'jrebt of right, for the good of
the per. pie, and ugaiust ull forms of
private and corporate greed and de
bauchery, will be found every day
in the Sacramento Bee.
lti the preliminary examination of
the principals in the Went Side tdioot
lag serare, it la reported that Joe
Ambrose testified he did not have a
kuila in his hand when shot.
li e Lev. In B. Hicks Almanac for
i'II i Bendy November h'i'h, lOUl),
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Hick's Monthly .Magazine, the
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Agents 'wanted. Betneuiber the gen
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them only in his own publications
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I NOTICK lOlt PUBL1CATION-1-
I Public Land Sab. Department "f
I The Interior, IJ. S. Land Office at
Lakeview, Oregon, Oct., iMt.h. IDOII.
Notice is hereby given that, as di
rected ny tho Commissioner of the
(ieneral Land Ollice, under provi
sions of Act of Congress approved
June 27. I'.KXi (111 States., M7 ), we,
will offer at publio mid, to the high
est iiidder, at 10 o'clock A. M., on
the tenth day of December, l'JOli at
thi office, the following described Jaud
SK quarter KB quarter, Section 20
T IW H., 17 K., W. M.
Any persnna oluimlng adversely tho
above described laud are advise 1 to Hie
their claims 01 objections, on or be
fore the time designated for the aula.
BTHUKW. OBTON, Beglater.
The Real Heme Paper.
TEc San Francisco
M. H. de YOUNG.
Sane, Conservative and Well Edited.
Daily Sunday Week? y
Sunday's in Colors
Wm. Wallace, Dealer at Lakeview, Ore.