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Lake County Examinee
Official Paper of
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Lakeview, Oregon, Thursday, November ii, 11MO
Not unlill death r ane ont for
him no niHUT i' kui.w tbe real
worta ni the u Mir i":l Bush hk
tbe i ace it t le M-nB'or Pollt
vti it In W ell knew bie wort i
8 public a 1'iit ict ontil
hou tapirs rurtmiiKi
f hia nphtii ai.d four al teacbed
did we realize hie trm worth. Net
only old the city nod ration honor
hia rcemoty, tiut labor orgenizatiot a
tied ith each oiuer in doing hom
age to Me nenia.
1'iek J. Wilcox was tbe .miy, can ;
dldate for toonty judge on any ticket
at tbe rrlmaiy election, nn p
fnrm nlpflife was clearlf and distinct
ly set torin in bis atatemeot, "Ooo.!
roads aod bri ises, eomo ny In all
eonoty espen itnres,"and he madetde
statement not brcanse anme ooe elie
BDngreted it who tbnnant it would be
'gnol polit! s" to oome nt etroogly
on tbnee tw p- ints. but becanee be
believed in that ay ot caodocting
tbt ronrty affair
Stand paMr consider tbst Senator
Albert B. Commins apech was prac-
ttcally notice tbat he bad forsaken
fiie ioenrgen's, nnd tbst he now snp-
ports tbe Payne tariff. Senator
Commins" speech la slanlBcant in
tbat It sbos tbat the progressives
realize t: e damier to the cause of j
repnbli(aoinm if fartiofal strife is to
be allowed. Cumoiios said tbat with
all its ioqoBlitis and mistakes, be
wonld ratber have tbe Payne act a
thousand years tban suffer tbe fdisas
ter of an application of the Demo
cratic tariff Ireory or a single month
Tbe stock arga lent of tbe Demo
crate, need in this coooty with
narked auccees tor several vears, la
trot'ed out asalu this year for nse
in ibis campaign, says tbe Harney
County News, and "yood men,"
"accomodHtiDg officials," "no pol
itics iu i ." "iarty a boul l not be
considered," BDd other lainiliar ex
preeeioos are beard from tbe ibrewd
and sly mouthpieces of Democracy
ioleoded to lead Kepublicaos away
frrm their oionriQca sad inflaeDce
tbem to contribute to the sotcess of
tbe Democratic candidates. The re
menau's ara eq'ially applicable to
Lake i.r.u itv Well S'JDms9 "8 take
tbem at tbt-lf r1 and noosider
joet tbfl ineu who are up fr,r coanty
otlii'en. HT we oot tbe best of it
t...') 1.0 ihoi art better men in
Lake county, or
hetrer auflliHed lor
ih. ,,rUi'in thai Dick
Warner C SuMer or P. u Anaeieod.
tbe o.'lv county Cepiiblciaa uomio
ees w ho have Democratic oppi-siti'm ;
What rtasou cud yon give yonisall
for votiuu BtHiiirt any of .these men
io the interests of your political op
Septeiubar :'). VM), the mcuey
the roai fou l of Like county amcuo
led to ?T,ijJ1.72. Si months later
It amounted to SH.03t.bO Jan t one
year latef 0-r
Seutenber 15). l'Jlu, it
Th amouqt raised by
taxation during the same perold wa
$5,f)H while ?l,7l2.2.l was received
from the statee aod 13(1.73 from mls
cellaaeoue souree. This statement
shows tbat doriug the past year there !
has been raised for load purpiiBes j
12,777.41 more thao as used, not tr.
mention tbe 87.C91.72 oo band at i'.
'beaionJngof the Veaf. Ibisetateef;
aff iirs should not exist tot oniy eum ,
an amount of money ehoulJ be rais-
Drl a ia coliHif.teht 1 1 (l all 6C0UO
uiic.nl adminihtratiou of county ex
pei sea. If it was Deces.ary to ralae
sucb an amount for the improve
ment of tbe county roads then it
Bhooli be exoendel. It is certainly
not economy to carry a large amount
of cas! on ban! no matter what
point of vie you may take.
It's Tomorrow Nignt
Tbe Ethiopians will be greeted by
a crowded bouse to morrow night, aa
ia indicated bv tbe advance sale of
Beats. A social ?aoce will follow the
performance. Tbe curtain will go np
promptly at 8 o'clock.
Good Boxing1 Contest
The buxisg ouutest at flash re
sulted ia a victory for Henry Ander
son in Jthe third round, Tomtnle
Winton beiog out classed. A hot
preliminary between Jerry MoAolifte
and Tom Murphy was deoided la
avor of tba latter. There waa a large
attendance and tbe affair paused off
pleaaantly.sbowing good management
oa the part of the promoters.
Lak County, Oregon
SUBSCRIPTION R TK.
ar, Id ilTnr,
It Dot paM I . citnrt.t2 Othvai.
Nailc la Sabacrlber
. .'ncriorrt lo I hr hmtniner who nmon
7s 'mm on' locality i iiolir. ur rnanm.
,. ivntofnoe ili1nmi Khould nminlt ui (
ne in li ifBo a card to lhlr paper can b ad-
.Ht to the right oontofflea !
DOINGS IN THE NORTH END
Oliver Lake le.uer)
Mr. tod Mrs. Hayes left Uit week
(i Pilnevllle where they were called
by tbe death of a brother of Mr.
O. B. Wardwell la on a trip to
Mexico to se for himself what tbst
c- unty offers to tbe wide awake
arnr Holder, republican candl-
top aharlff. B nn ln fhla aadinn
,oUtf wo) ,b- fotef Mr 8nder
from a porU K,0Dg frunda
MlfS Dela Salt who for a coople ef
Tears past has resided In Portland
arrived at hei parents borne at dam
mer Lake last week and will spend
the wloter there.
Jnbu Foster of Sommer Lake sent
ne op a box of Hoe winter apples
wbicb Is 00 on display at tbe Leader
office Mr. Foster has a splendid
orchard of flue froits and well may be
feel proud of It aa be cultivates and
the best and choicest
Ml sorts of pranks were played on
Hallow'een, and tbe eod la not yet.
I raucn miHcoier was done tbar Is
eevtrely criticised, such as unrolling
wire fencing , taking wheels of wag
ons, etc, bsloneingto different firms
all over town. One prank, however,
waa worthy of mention and tbat was
tbe representation of an auto which
appealed In front of Hotel Lakeview
It consisted of a heavy lagging truck.
on top of which wag placed tbe little i
auto bockboard brought here several !
years since by 8.
B. Caandler. Tbe
outfit was termed
toe (Jeo Harrow !
Six and waa well decorated with',ntbe cabinet to protect tbeir In-
labela giving all sorts of information. ,
Numerous pictures were taken ;
of I he queer outfit by E. J. Stoue
and others :
Best buy in Lai evie Lot 75 feet
ttoat pn Water street
to allty, 'J room house
100 feet deep
w it U furnituro
Prie fl0. See 11,
Tl II I. I
i Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Caouou t sve rfl
j turned from aa extended eastern
! visit aad will shortly "be at bpme"
on Jlu,n B"eei re
I nnti H n v.-...U.. i r 1 1
I'uniimaeii irum uuaa.
Waruer B. Sulder, Kepublicao
uoaiiuee for sheriff, returned Hunday
from a lour of the uortb end. Here
reived a warm welcome from tbe
people of that section aod Is coufl-idt-nt
that he will be elect nl.
ju i te a lare H'jiiense attended
'the Atiti hiIooij laliy in the iitptist
Church Monday evenia. The audi-
ence coni-i.-teil lurueiy of cueu who
Jioteneil to a red hot lecture on local
issues by j. .1. Waut.U, of tbe
Anti-saloon league. t
; 0. M. Caiaey, chief of ttia iosa
ip0nhonfi avfitem.bpnnmnanied tv his I
! wife aod F. Andereon, went over
Adel tbe first of tbe week to work on
,he Bi(lwei iioe. ne wjn install
BW,icntJoard8 t AJel and Bidwell,
auJ xpgctg to te gone about Ha,
Ms,rjpli ,.i til v. October zL 1010. I
(Jriffitb. of Klamath Fall '
; ofliciating, Earl E. Walker and Miss
: Delia AuderdDu. The croon hm
many friends in Lakevletf, all tf
whom join the Examiner In exteul
ing hearty congratulations.
Tbe Ladies Aid MocftVy of tbe
Methodist Church wll!j 'eerve an elec
tioa day dinner aod sapperon
Nov. 8 at tba Maaonio Hall, price" So
cents. The well known ability of
the ladies of Tbe Ladies Aid Hoolety
Iu a culinary way ought to bring
tbem large patronage. I ';'
Ifon.'W. A. Howe, a banker of Carl
ton, Oregon'and li. M. Figgios, an
other prominent citizen of tbe same
place7were in ' Lakeview this week
oa tbeir way to Harney ooaoty.
They bad dogs and guns and were
prepiarea to have name Bport ouasiag
tbe wary coyote,
Hev. Melville T. Wire will make an
address Bunday night at 7 :30 o'clock
at the Metbodist oburob oo "Oregon Tuesday, Not. 8.
Drv la 1910."" In this address Mr.' j study well tbe Issues, read care
Wire will dlscuee tbe various phaaes fa)y the ballot. Don't be deoelved
of tbla impending "taroe. Tbe oooa- by tbe aalooa iutereete. uet oo one
ion will bVooe of special Jatereat , eiae track you, aod vote Lake coooty
"nfare.lnvited. I dry.
Biscuits, Hot Breads
Why Not Woman's
When two armies face each other
in battle tbe army of agreasioo be
fore it can engage tbe main body
must drive tbe skimiab Hues of toe
enemy. Tbe woman's suffrage pro
pganda has tbrown out certain akir-
tnisD lines In tbe publio thought aod
i these must be drivea in hefore we
' can oome to tbe main arga neit.
First, then, those who cUlm that
I tbe ballot is women's rlnht quote
from tbe deoiaiation of independence
that, "Taxation with out represeu
tatlon is tyranny." Dot tbe quota
tion s not In point, for tbat senti
ment was uttered with no possible
reference to individual votes, male
or female. It waa tbe declaration of
of tbe 13 colonies
D0,e colonies could have
representatives in tbe parliament and
l1"8'' King George should not ask
09 t0 Pa' aot'r' It bed no reference
to tte -aatiug of billots for men
voted in every oolony, but it waa a
declaration tbat one government
uugni not tar. another without due
1 ord" to ra""e re'er to woman
a n r e n n a IIS t 1 a. . .
u,,i" n.wuuiu nave to De proveu
tbat women are not now properly
represented by their busbandM, fathers
or brothers; tbat rbe yoveruuieut
does not protect tbem io their pro
perty interests, aud that they do hot
get value receive! for their m oney.
; The question of voting has no re
ference, to tbe paying of taxes. VVe
1 pay our taxes in return for the tro
. tectioc to life and property, by the
laws of a civilized uatio". Home
, men who have do property voti aod
many who have no vote, pay large
taxes. Numerous youn tueu a i l
women, heirs to lare estates, pay
imenHe suuis to the government but
, have no vote Corporations pay ini
uieui-e sums in taxen, but have no
vote. Pereoa reiilii it firtii
laud or who have li?vT 1 i this
country only for Hea'ears pay txea
but have no voice. In fact voting
bBg Uo r6terence wbafeier to taxes.
Oregon State Asanciatiou oppoeed
to tbe extension of tbe Suff-
rage to Women.
Mrs. Francis J.
Concluded from 6th page.
All Oregon under a Coo
otituttCnbl Amendent, and uiiler
our bplendid htate wide law, will
' 'attract thousands of the teat people
' form the east.
i Who rarea Iu bring up a family id a
; rum-Miaked city or Mate If
' Home rale aa naed by the Manor
' men l m anare and a delualen .
Vot-S (34 X Xo.) (314 X Vea.) (844
! X ea)
! Aad Vow Will Vale Right
Last but not least, dear voter, ia
the local option question. This la a
j matter of vital Importance to tbe
! people of Lake eoonty. Tbe happi
I ness of our borne, tbe safety of out
children, tbeir education, tbeir
i moral and pbyaioal development,
I tbe perpetoatlon of oar free Inetlta
'tions, tbe growth of oar fair eity and
I oounty demand tbat we get rid of
jtbe saloons and tbe evil they foster.
And vow, dear voter, we appeal to
you io tbe name ot Uod and borne
and county to do your duty nsit
Jitmes D. O'Connor waa In from
Plush during the .ast weak. 11a re
ports as yet the grass on tbe desert
has not made suffloiei't growth to
afford any feed whatever, altbougb a
tittle more tain would be so tile lent
to maae t.c range fairly good.
NOTICE OF KINA. r-KTTI.K.M KNT
A. II. W hi lac.- K-tati-t Notice In
hrrrliy glvi-n that iIih uinlcrnlxni-d
HilmiiilMirtitiir nf the i-miite l A.
II. Wnlluce, ilfcramsi hail tiled hi
filial iiccoiint In the Cuilnty Court of
t lie Stiite nf unvmi of the County for
Lnke. Hiid that Friday, the lSih day
ol November, lflO. at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. thereof, and the County
Judge's office In the County Court
IioUHe, In the town of l.ikeview,
i-iike County, Oregou, has lieen den
llTiitteil, appointed and died by said
Court um the time and the place for
hearing oli-ctlonM thereto, aud the
Dated and tir t publUhed this 20l b
day of October, 1910.
K. II. Brewer, administrator. 027M7
notice for publication
Not Coal I and
Departoieut of tli- Interior, U. H.
Land Olilne at Lakeview Oregon,
Oetober 'M, 1910
Notice is hereby given tbat Earl
Austiu. of Lakeview, Oregon, who,
on October, 1 5, I'JOil. made Home
stead totry, No. Cl!i3l, foi NNW.4'.
W4'NWJi, NWJSWJ. Section H,
Township 38S. Kauge IGfal, Willam
ette Meridian, has Hied notice of
intention to make Final commutation
I'rouf, to eataolisb claim to ttie laud
aboved described, before KeulKter and
Receiver, this ofllco, at Lakeview.
Oregon, on the Oth day of Deceuiber,
Claimant names aa witneses:
Gilbert Lapham, ot Vlatillls, Ore.
Karl Mcliiooiu, or Vletillis, Ore.
Walter Howard, of Lakeview, Ore.
Joe Howard ot Lukeview Or.
AKIHUU W. Otii'ON, Register
For the Ambitions-
b Binil f"r tlioiw ho oannot ttrnil la
Mrwin All luxtnii tl"ti, lm lulling nnl
i7iin"i". ! JfKt.lt, K.ir U. Iiiri.
tudmiU t.n rrt'H i"' "ll'K" or '"" v"r"'.
ty, .urnii .,iiibH, gian.iig,u""'"1
knroa Diaki-rn. No pilui)Jii7 "lAStma
tiou In J ! oikil cuuxM law
oniKirtnnity lr you.
Sumi tor a di.scilliT bulletin to tba
COTTMlMiodimr. Study llepartiikeot
Unlveralty of Oregon
Knsaaa - - - Oref.a
The Home of Good Values
"IF irS NEW, WE HAVE IT"
OPEN SATURDAY EVNG. TILL 9:30
B. St. Geo. Blthop
Keepect fully nmmiineM IdiiiMelf an
IVmiK-'HtlcCiliiillditu or Ki'pn en ta
ll Vt Telit. -IIInI Dlxtiii't. ell' Jim I 111
the dei-Moi. til tie voii rx it Hnr gu
lir elect inn In U- In Id Nov. H, 1 'tin. I
favor St iteineiit No. I an I l 'lint
giM'H wli h it.
For County Treasurer,
F. O. Ahlstrom
ReHTt fully iiiiimiiiiici a hliiix'H iih
Kt-pillillcHM l-i'liitldate fur Cuilnty
TreiiMiirer. Tw nti-llr-i l)ltilct, ti I -Jeot
lo i lie ileeiHimi ol the mi rn t l In
regnlar eliM tioii in li- held Nov H, 19)0
For County Commissioner,
C. C. Harris
ol Siiiiiiin r I. ake
To the votcrM of IjiIp Count :
I inii-t n-eectfiill.v iiiitiouiii'e o
the vol' r-of Lake County thai I am
a eandnliMe for l he nlhce of County
ComiiiiIhhioimt on 1 1 1 IH'UhmTii tic
Having been a reeidetit of Lake
Couiiiv fur nearly twe. ty five yearn,
Ifi'eltluii I am t ImroiiLiMy inforin
nl ll'lu be iii ciN of h- people, and
the ilnl ii-h of I hill ntllie.
If elecieil an County .iiimixnioncr
I will ilo every i hinir ill inv inner to
luve the iiffHirM of the county econ
omical y administered ainog pro
grefsive lli ta.
1 believe in good roads and will
do what 1 ran tu Hiconipllnh that
purpoiie I lll gife to the 'tiitien of i
Ine 1 1 111 cm in v lii'ht anility an I J i rl
merit ho tliHt all expendltiriH nf I
puhli' ini'tii-v h'ihII hi) n'-nt fur tlitij
IihmI inte'eHls of 'Ik peniile ot Lake i
Count). Hiiicetely Voum,
('. O MAItKIS,
Hummer Lake, Ore
TO TIIK VO I CRS OF !,.Ki: COUN-1
TV, OltKi.OV j
I refpeeifully IpriKCiit in v naiue to:
the votern of Lake County iih mi Iir-I
ilcpt-mlciit A nt i bullion c.'iniliiliiti' fur
!!: olfice i f ShcriK nf Lake Cuiinty. j
1 i 'deil I will do my duty i nIhtUi" !
: mt favor. I will ' I nil In lu.V
I . - l ti Niippr l he illi'R.il m "f '
i ' icatini; liquor-. Should lit(J
( i nty lie oled dry I v.i n,y
iii'Hi cniii'iivor lo m ( Dial It
act iih well an In lit 1 1 h .
f. O. J'.UNTI Ni
Mlbtt Kthel Leoeve, the alleged
1 accoiriplice of Dr. II. II. Crlppeu io
i tbe murder of hia wife, was Hcipntt
' ed, the jury being out but three
OUR LINE OF FALL AND WINTER
GOODS IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
RESPECT. WE CAN SUPPLY
& MASSING L L
l'fi; ic.i.vr srri.K,
Qtmlltv Mil' Lnw I'lhf
l.Hftlrn' Divmm .S inn, .S7A uml
Ltn n M Mlntm, I'nr In liiulc
VrtUKVtM, l.llllll H' Hllll MIHI'
HUtl H rhmire t o rhmmv fnnn
thfi Lnrtri-Ht .it t mrnt of
Fmirh hikI Aiiii-rlrnn llnlr,
math' up In tltchv vd
puff, prh r Jtyifl to
MAKE Ol'lt lll.'ST ROOM
YOl'H '.'.I ItQ I 'A HTENS
H7..V .V rlt',V
Ihm't Airgrt thf finer:
West of Court Monte
J. VII AS SMITH Jt It).
6, IKK) nrre Ftot k Farm, plei.ty
of water (per cn) 9
10 arr- Farm with Improve
ment., three mile mt VK
10 acre Kami with email Itn-
LMO a cr Imprnved Krtn near
aOO Choie llomeMteitiU In Cau
low Valley (location fw.) 10O
l.noa acre Mock Farm, nicely
Nice, new litiugalow, 4 rooine,
Hath and I'aiitr.v, partly
7-n in llouxe nml bin lot, com
pletely furulMluil 3,000
3lM nerve TiinlMr and OraxliiK
Iwind (per acre) ft
010 arren (iood (IrarlnK Land
( per acre) Z lA
5 A. iu city limit..'! rMm bourn;
partly fiirnixhi'il, )ood barn,
chicken hoUKe, etc.. K'xtd well,
all fenced. Will lm euinble
for sub-dlvlrioo a,r0)
l'. ncrea of good leval lnc. 2J
tnileefroui O. V. Addition
(o ncri') 110
100 acreH, improved, plenty of
water for atock, power and
Irrigation plenty of hulldltitrH
fenrea, etc., beat Inn fruit trit u
'Jf hitch of iiicikIow land and
plenty of timber. Adjoining
Una Imh hoiiiCHteud rellui uIkIi
ineiit of UK) acre of the Maine
i! en era I character. Then
land ate only 1 u.ilex ft- .m
a good little town. ifi
H-r acre for the d. edeil Inli.J
anil f.MHJ.OO for I lie reliniUiHb
inent. lOaeie IractM with water right 17'i
.'-r.'ii'ii huiihi. wit li land'enoiili
for I (i)il( liTIIIH 1'iVI
1HII ncren Wood Lund, ri pie
Ni'iitlnir J.lii'O coi-iIh t.'l.OM)
"iiH) acre Partly Improved Faria 7,500
.1.0 acreH Agrlcrlture aud Htix k
0 A. ranch r mllea out. water
rluht, Hiid new lniilinu;M
H'M w, . o fenced and al!
tinder plow. I
Southprn Oregon Realty Co.
Oregon Valley Land Com
pany Contract Holders
v moke a Hpecialt.v of leaning laud
, M,iu "I " 1 lll, 11 ''i v (inn
line in lieller pimmon to (il) HO tllUl
I any older firm Iu (lie Htate iim wo
I have ii 1 1 n j ! ! ii Index curd HVMtein
: Iiik the li.ilne and addreHH of every
i owner of I In; Mono traclH ol l.ind
1i(niL;ht. If yoii want iih to leaie
lyoiirlmid to the bout poHMldle advan
I 'tauand take full charge of it. write
I at once to .Southern Oregon Realty