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LAKEVIKVV, LAKK COUNTY, ORKOON, NOVEMBER 3, 1910.
The Circulation of The Lake County Examiner Is Guaranteed to Excec ?,300 Copies Weekly
Jury Recommends Mlm to
Mercy of Court
LOUIS VEYSSADE ON TRIAL
Attorney Line Up and Hard
Hint Will lie Put tp
Only criminal hiinlnea lit) Ihtii cmi
tdered In the circuit court during the
past ek, and liot two caaes have
leeti disponed ol. 1'at Anglaud and
.Tack Mntphy were found not gail y
on a chi'ge ol msllcloon Injury to
The trial o( Bernard kuhl for horee
nUellng reached a conclusion Monda,,
evening, when the Jury returned a
verdict f guilty and recommended
him to the mercy of the court.
Kuhl la a youug man. who, In comp
any with Al IMmt, atole a number
of home ner Hilvo. hake. They
were overtaken m ar Dairy, when De
Mokm wtM killed and Kuhl gave him
wlf up t' the olllrel .
Judge Noland pronounced aeuteiice
upon Kuhl thl morning, the penalty
impoNcd lielng an indeterminate aeii
tence al the Htute renlU'iitinry.
The trial of L uie Veyde for kill
in g J nek Uarry waa culled Tuesday.
W. Ijor ThotnpKou and u. F. Conn
appear for the defcin", while District
Attorni-y Knkelidall and hlM deputy ,
.1. D. Venator, an- atmiMted by Judge
Ileum in in the prosecution
The questions propounded In the
vx uniuatlon of Jurors lead to the in
ere lav that W.vs.ade will claim slf
cl.teiise In the killing of Uarry. Who
special venires have been (untied. ad
It Is i per ted tne Jury will I' com
Will Commence January,
and Continue Six
The winter bhort course at the
Oregon Agricultural College will
Toniuuneo Jauusiry II cent lining for
a period of six -veeka and will be fol
lowed loirne iiately by a speoial
course commencing Febiuary 13 and
extending over a period of one
week wblob w 1:1 bo knnwn aa farmers
week. Tola announcement bus
Just been made br the chairman of
the courie committee.
The work wi'.l oo?er a si weeka
couifa in sgronomy, animal hus
bandry, poultry husbandry horticul
ture, horticulture, duirylug, domes
tin solunoe and art, mechanic arts
and f 01 entry. Under these various
hen Is the most practiciil work t'mt
ean poHHlbly be prepared will be
olferad to the short course atudenta
The work la designed to meet the re
quiiemente of men aud wniueu, old
The college bad added greatlyto the
equipment ud building space wbioh
will be avallahU for tbls work. The
new agricultural building has been
completed and la splendidly equipp
ed with laboratories.; and recitation
room. The new green houses are
also completed and are available for
HI work la florioulture. New labor
atories are al'b tbelug equipped lu
Hie old agricultural building and ""by
the time ttio short oourae commences
everytbiug wl", he la splendid
condiltion. A" number of new In
structors have also been added to
iTe staff and give special ettejutlon to
llils work. . i
"The course wbioh will be offered
liave beeo carefully "prepared so aa
to meet tbe immediate requirements
oFthe men and woman who are act
ually carrying on the agricultural
work tbrouahjtbe' rtate. The men
will be taught the advantagea of the
latent eoleatiBo discoveries in the
Held of agronomy, dairying, poultry
Husbandry, fruit growing and stook
raising. Tuo womeu will be taognt
many valuable lessons la tewing,
cooking and hjme sanitation The
work Is such that will he of great
value to vouug men and women and
th rnuture farmer and housewife.
Lest year the atudsnts who were
In attendance at tbls coarse varied
in awe from 14 t Co, and amona
those who expressed themselves
having derived tbe greatest benefit
from th won, weie the older and
more experienced fsrmei.
The cuoiu Ittee now lu charge of
the work is arranging for tbe aocomm
mode Ion of.tbese men and women and
will probably secure spsolal rates
from the lallroad oouipaolee. A
oomplate olrouUr describing tbe
wsik aud the expenses and accomo
dations will be Issued about the (list
io eotraooe examinations or other
educational tests will be required
an I the only expenses will be those for
beard and room and a small regis
tration fee. There will be no fee
for the special Farmer's Week
Go to California
Mrs. Ueo, Bmall and daogbter,
Mies iora, left Tuesday moralog for
Los Angeles where tbey will probably
mak tbslr futa-a bnns, saya tba
Silver Lake Leadet. Mr. Bmall la
fends also leaving la about a month
to Julo tbe ladies. Mr. and Mrs.
Hate 11 cams to this ooaotry la aa
arly day and endured the bard
sb.ps wbioh fall to tbe lot of pio
neers, and now In their declining
years are entitle ! to take life more
duo lUouey, the i'etsley livery
man, was lu town tbls wsek.
Cedarvllle Station May be
Terminus Durln&r Ap
Tuesday afternoon J. F. Hanson
put the final touch on bia contract
for building the grade foi tbe exten
sloo of tbe N. C. O. With tbe excep
tion of a little rock work tbe job
ass ci n pleied ssveral weeks since
aud work trains bate been In opera
tion over the line for some time past.
Dsn Malloy, who came up from
Alturas the tlist of the week, states
that lumber In on tbe ground at
Cedsrville statlou, apparently to be
used in the construction uf a ware
house While nothing has as yet been made
public regarding a new terminus yet
It la quite probable that freight for
Lakevlew hh wfll ns Surprise valley
will be delivered at Cedaiville sta
tion during the coming winter. The
new statlou I is located this side of
Chalk grade, and would lessen tbe
wagon haul considerably to points
no th of Alturas.
It is understood that the company
wll now deliver goods in car lots
at shippers risk at the new station,
making a nominal charue of 11 for
hauling the cur from Alturas to tbat
New Reservoir Site
Aprllcntinu and map for the loca
tion of a reservoir site tu be situated
In Bbotlou 17, township 11 south,
range 18 east W'illaraete Meridian,
just uorth of the Calirornia line, has
been filed lu the looal land olHce bv
James L .Whooler, Jr. The capacity
of the reservoir will be 2880 acre
feet of water, to be held by a 20 foot
dam. The seurce of the water sup
ply will be Dry Creek. The site is
to be used for irrigating many
tanhes in tbat vicinity.
Thankful to Friends
Andy Butpben, who some ;few
weeks ago bad aa eye removed has
about reooversd and U feeling quite
jutllaut over the suooesa attsnding
it. Tbe sight of his remaining eye
bag greatly improved, and be now
feels as If be bad a new lease on life,
Andy is very thankful to the num
erous frloods wbosnklndly assist?
ed l lm during his sufferings, and
especially to the Misses Flynn and
Dr. Smith who waited on him with
tbe teaderest care.
llenry Lehman baa puroased from
Robt. MoOnllsy 118 aores of land ad
Joining the Colvln ranob la tbe New
Pine Creak seotlon. Th sale waa
made through tbe agency of W. F.
Semi-Annual Statement of the Fi
nancial Affairs of Lake
OVER $34,000 ACTUAL
Road Fund In Mighty Fine Condition, and
Amount Had Been Economically Expended
Highways Would Be In Much
Of the Oouay Treasurer of Lake County, Oregon, for the aix meaths
ending Kept. 30, 1910, of the money received and paid out, from what eourse
received and what account pall out:
To amount on hand from lti report
To amount received from taxea
" " " Clerke fees
' " " " tines
' " " liquor llceone
" " " bulldlntffund
" " " aale ol material...
" " " " refund ou bounty.
" " " Sheriff fees
Total amount received and on hand
By amount paid for State t-xes
" " " " redemption of warrants. .
' " library fund
Kalnuce on hand In general fund
To amount on hand from laat report
To amount received from taxes
Total amount received and on hand
By amount paid ior redemption of warrants.
lialuiice on hand la road fund
To amount on hand from last repjrt
To utuount received from taxes
" " " " State....
Total amount received and on hand
Ily amount paid for redemption of warrant. .
Balance on hand in echool fund
CITY OF LAKEVIEW FUND
To amount on hand from last report $3,351 83
To amount received from taxea 638 28
Total amount received and on hand
L!y amouut paid city treasurer
To amount on hand from laai report
To amouut received from general fund
Total arnouat received and on hand
By amount paid Oregon Library Commirislon..
Balance on band In library fund
STATE TKEASUItER FUND
To amount received from Cues $54.55
By amount paid game warden
Balance on hand in State Treasurer fund..
Balance on band from last report
SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND
To amount ou hand from last report .
To amount received from taxes
Total received and o i hand
By amouut paid for interest on bonds
" ' " district clerka
Halnucc on hand in Hpecial school
' " all funds
I. F. O. Ahlatrom. do hereby certify
inent of the amount received, paid out, and remaining on hand in the county
treasury of Lake County, for the aix month ending Sept. 30, 1910.
F. O, AHLBTROM, County Treasurer.
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT OF SHERIFF OF LAKE COUNT. OREGON
To balance on roll April 1, 1910
To sheriff ' asseaamenta
To i'naltie aud Interest collected..
By amount collected to Oct. 1. 1910
By double aaaeasmeuta and other errors. . . .
U.v bal. on tax roil uct. i, 1910
I, Albert Dent, Sheriff of '.ake
the foregoing statement, compiled from
for the year ItMl'J, showing the amouut of taxea ool looted, the total amount of
penalties and interest, double assessment , and taxes uncollected and all
other matters affecting my returu thereon.
Dated this 1st day ol October, 1910.
Valley Falls Items
Shorty Lovelaoe aod family were
down Sunday after duoki.
'Mr. Rehart passed through Sunday
with an ark on his way to the des
ert. Mr. lliokman has bis house about
oompleted, Tbls Is a substantial ad
dition to the valley.
J. C. llotobkisa and boy brought
CASH NOW ON HAND
that the foreeoina
is a true vtate-
County, Oregon, do
hereby certify that
the tax roll of LakeCountv. Orviron.
ALBERT DEMT, Sheriff.
on page 8)
a bunch of about 150 cattle to their
Obewauoaa Raaon recently.
F. N. Curtis and wife of Omak,
Wash., arrived here to locate. Mr.
Curtis has aooepted a position with
the Valley Falls Msro. Oo.
Mr. WalU of the Indian Bohool at
Ft. Bid well etoped over Saturday. jUe
bad la charge asven Indian.boys from
Barn, on tbeir way to sohooV.
Ob Batorday eveoiug. Uut.
o'clock Ry F.kirkpeitick, and
R, Cbaodler. and Eliaei P. Usrr
and Bertba M. tlsnde.soo were aol
U4 la marriage at tbe Metbodiat
parsoaag by Kev. Melville T. Wire.
Tba wedalg was a qnlet aftait beiog
witaeesed only by Mia. L. Klrkpatriok
aod bar daughter, EtbeL Tbe ooaple
are well koowa and popular rwlaeuts
of Willow Rsaob aod nave a wlie
c I role of frleode la Mxloa ooanty.
Oa tbeir way home Sunday night a
large comoaoy came to tbe Kirkpat
rick boms to wish tbe a futare baltn
aod happiness. All stayed to a late
boor enjo) in the festivity and par
taking of refreshments. Before go
log boms a flssn light picture was
Ukea of tbs psrtr. Bi'o ooaplea
will make tbelt future bona at Wil
Daa Breooao, Tom U rigs by. Char
ley Weybnrn, rarl Anstla, Cbas.
Raid and W A.' La Sater were tboee
who took the eiamlnatioa for assist
ant forest ranger at tba local Foreet
office last week. The written aiam
iaatloo laoludsd all aorta of ques
tions front oajj log trees to ronniog
saw in ills while tba field examioa
tloa Included packing a horse, ooas
pass work running lines, etc It will
probably be several months before
those taking tbe exa .Inatloa will
be Informed as to tttelr standing.
Those passiog will probably be ap
pointed to a position at once, as
there are 400 positions to be tilled
dur!? tbe coming season. Tbe salsry
is $1100 per annum.
FILES MAP OF
Oregon Trunk Will Pass;
Corner of County
The Oregoa Trunk Railway Com
pany, knawo as tbe Hill line, has
filed Its right of wsy map for tbe
line through tbe Lakeview Land dis
trict. Tbe line is tbat rnnning
through tbe State east and west,
and the survey rnna for aoout 10 miles
through tbe extreme northeast ooroer
of Lake county, passing to tbe nort
of Glass Bzttes. From tbe Bottes
tbe line runs northwesterly toward
At tbe proper time it is confidently
expected tbat tbe annooncement will
be made of tbe building of tbe main
line to Cslifornia down through
(J oose Lake Valley.
U. J. W'eulzell 1-ft here Tuesday
to stamp tbe county for tbe Anti
salocs League. He spoke at Paisley
iht evening and at Silver Lake last
evening. Tonight be is at Fori Rock
and will return to Silver Lake to
morrow evening. Saturday evening
he will be at Paisley. Sunday at 2
be will be at the West Side school
bouse aod in tbe evening at tbe
BaptiBt cbutcb at New Pine Creek.
He will close campaimng with a big
rally at the Court House oext Mon
day at 7:30 P.M.
A 'pretty wedding was solemnized
at the reisdeace of Mr and Mrs. J.
N. Taylor at Paisley on Tuesday after
nocn, Ootnrbsr IS when their daugh
ter Eevlyn. was united in the holy
bonds of matrimony to John Elder,
Rev. Young ottloiatlog. Tbe bride
was beautifully dressed io white
satin folard, white silver trimmings
and orange blossom. Tbe groom
was attired la the conventional
i blank. The wedding ma rob was
PlBIed by Miss Anna Jones, and at
1 3 :ao- Ket" VUI pronouuoe tne
words wbioh bound tbe happy couple
together for life. Tbe room waa
tastefully deoorated io natural orange
blossoms and mistletoe sent by tbe
brides graadparenti from Calitoraia
for tbe 00 lesion. After tbe ceremony
nil repaired to tba dining roon
whete two course luaobeoe was
served. Oaly a few trieads of tbe
contracting parties were present. Tbe
young nonple have a host of friends
who wish tbeai boa-voyage "04 tie
Mr. and Mrs. Eldsr started Friday
morning 01 their wedding tour and
111 be nt homo to tbeir frieods after
January ls. "PalaleyiteM io Silver
ygn election is
Opposition to Harry
Bailey For flayor
W. F. GROB IS RECORDER
But Uttle Interest VV as Taken In
Election, Although Large
Vote is Polled
Mayor Harry Bailey
Coaoeileaeo V. L 8a llloj, E.
Smith, E. B. Klnebart aod E.
Record srW. F. Orob.
TreMorer a. tileber.
The city oWotlon occurred Taeednj
with the a ova result. While there
were two tickets is tba tUld bal
little Interest was shown uotll dar
ing tbe afteraooa when some activity
was manifest. However, 00 particu
lar figbt waa pat ap, aod everything
passed off pleasantly. Tbe defeated
candidates were J. 8. Lana and 4.
B, Anten for couociimea nod Frank:
Untcbins for reoorder, all of wbooj
are congratulating themselves upon
having escape t a daty that is not at
There were 193 votes oast, wbioh
was somewhat of a sarpiise, as lT
was expeoiMd that the vote would
tall far short of tbat number. Next
Monday evening the present council
will meet and clear up tbo pending
business, sfter nlcb tbe nly elect
ed officers will be swora io.
Mra. Art-- (1 iiioey has purchased,
from J. N.' Watson tbe rHenoe pro-
1 perty at th corner of Center aod
j Bernard streets just west of Gordon
Goose Lake Valley Apples
Attract Much Atten
Reno Journal : (J. R. Seager of
Lakeview a in Reno noomiog tbe
Davis Creek country. He has biougbt
with him a number "of boxes of
apples which took prizes io the re
cent apple show at Watsonville ana
states! that n great triumph waa
scared by the fruit growers 10 tbnt
section who took two first prizes and
two second prlies in tbe competition.
Mr. Seager stated tbat tbe Goose
Lake valley nod Modoo valley are
rapidly fbeooming faought for agri
cultural and frcit raisiug p lrposes.
Tbe last six miles of tne N. C.
railroad extension oootrac: , have
been let and the completion of the
road will mean much to tne rancher?
In a few days Mr. Seager intends to
arrange an exhibit of the crlze win
ning apples Io tbe window of the
Golden Hotel. 1
A Big Deal
George R. Parmao, or
CaL has puro based from MoCulley
Brothers of this plaoe 10, 00 J sheep
aud 1800 aores otlaad. Tbe prioa
bus not besa msde pabia. The new"
owner" has already taken pmsssioa'
and will remove bis family herd In a
shot t time." This iathe biggest deal'
taht has beeo put through for some
- Chautauqua Circle
The Cbautaqua Cirols ill meet
Monday evening next at tbe home"
of Miss Sara Horn, rrogratn Roll
Call; Ourreot Events 3'ibjsat "The
Extension of Government Control""
(Cheney), chapter IX; topics as
slgaed: Miss M. Johnson, O'j-67-68!
MIhs Rice, OJ 70-71; Miss Ruddell,
72-73;" Mrs. Kirkpatriok. 71 75 76;
"The Chili and tba State. The
Chnataquan , 'Democratic England,"
Bora Near Cedarvllle, CaL, Out.,
18, 1910. to tbe wife of Bart Uooseptn,