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Lake County Examinee
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
ADVERT15INO RATK5. (
ra)r (taodiim Mil. I1.W o Inch. ll ,
oIobo rer, ft month. All .tapdlo aJt.
eSaoiMl frr twlr monto. Cot ol eompol
Uoo rbartrd for ell dirt . All vclal
pmHtom eaira. All borl trim ala. au-e
Ra1T, lot i cwloniDi. lor. per line earh In
er'tnn. ant ad. 6c. a lino cb Inwrtlon
Ctrdol tbank 1100. Resolution ol oBdo
len e. II. Ml and upirdl.
4TSr-TTnlem Al-rlliBf an4 M Mm
tiat.caib tn advanca.
All bill tnu tx paid th tni of c& aontb.
Lukeview, Oregon, Thursday, November lO. IOIO
o "baty" Wrlubt machine at
Xew Inkiest week, Kalpb Joboston
reacted o elevation of971t feet,
"which exceeds the former ""record bj
A CblcbRO wnoiao ba been award
d tiau fas sgaioat ber dsogb
Ter fir al'rnaticg tbe affection of
bet buband. Tbe daogbter married
hir tp taller b days after he bad
secured a dltorce from ber mother.
A sever etorm tafaed the Atlan
tic ori't lad week, btloelna witb It
ebaip Kales and bevy falls of enow
Tod rain. A snowfall of 21 Inches
occurred io Pennsylvania, and moon
defease reaolted. Tbat Is quite s
eontrtat to tbe weather eiperleoced
Eire in Luke County where flasr
weather ooola not be tsJ.
Postal receipt Tor tne tfiscal year
Tided Jons 30 -ere I2J4, 128,"657.62"
so increase of 10 per cent orer last
year. More than ooe balf of this
a am was collected tn six states New
York, I II in ma Peoosjlrssia, Ohio
Maaebuc-etts ani Miesoorl tbe total
ooliMiiot' of each ststs ranging l
tbe order newel. I be New York
potfflce collected 10 per cnt nf
tbe recetpta and Cninago tut next
witb eUbt. Tu expenses for tte
year ihiet an increse of 4 per cent.
It cost 229.977 2-J1 50 to deliver the
mail. Rttiiroal transportation co-it
144." 15 000 ; aesietsot postmasters acd
clerks ia poetotfice $.18,045,000; rorel
free delivery, f37.il 000; city service.
51.737 000; post mastere7i27.521.0tJ0,
railway mail serf lee and clerks. 19,
369,000. More tbao 1647,000,000 In
money order were issued daring tbe
year. Mure tnso 15 per cent of tbeTi
were paid in Chicago snd 9 per rent
were paid in New York More tbao
$98,000,003 weot abroad in tbe form
of mooey order last year, while less
tbao 111) 000.00 oaie in the same
way. Of tbe money tbas sent abroad
Italy got more hao 122,000,000.
We are worviujr h t drinks at
C. W E. JeooiDgs is down from
Mrs. Clarence Price left yetteiday
for Cal'toroia on a visit to relatives.
Mr. ani Mrs J.;F. Mayfield re
turned yes'tr lay from tbeir Ca'ifor
nia trip, coming ia by way of Keoo
Mr. aod Mrs. Cbas. rJ. Sherlock
nd sod, Irviog, yeaterday left for
Los Angeles where tbey ilt epeod
frs Ociobet term of Circuit Cr ort
adjourpdd Monday aod Judge Noland
letf for bis bom Bt Klaaitab Falls f
tbe f jllowing dsy,
J. O. Han maker, of Bonanza, was
Lskevl fit labt week on business
before tbe land ottloe. He was ac
companied by his son Earl,
Judge George Noland is certainly
held in high neteem by tbe people
of Lake county, judging from tb
fety isrgS ot? be received h Tues
K. L. Wisr came up from Davis
Creek Monday. He states tbat tbe
work on tbe dam aod ditches for tie
Davis Creek Orchards Co. is progress
iog rxpidly and sverytblng will be
completed io time for next teaaoa.
Jndss Henry L. Benson, who was;
asaociate counsel in tbe prosecution
of Louis VeysHa'ie for killing .lack
Barry, returned borne Monday after
noon, J. D. Veaator taking bim over
in bis car.
Father O'Malley ban Junt received
from Father K orris a generouu con
tribution for tbe church funl, from
jirieHta ari l people of Newmarket, Ire
land, together with a letter of en
couragement and a promUe of an
Try a hot chocolate or tomato
bouillon ut th! Front.
Tbe Weyerhhiifer timber interests
are nepotlatiog to lease" tbeirerltire
holdings iu Noiitbern OrTgouto"sbeep
men for rauKe"durio"'tbe" oomia
season Owing to tbe scaroity of
range for sheep aod cattle, there ia a
gteat demand for these holdings dur
ing th primmer grazing.
The little girl baby ot !Mr. and
Mre. Dave Clelaud, of Plush, passe 1
away luht Saturday from an attack
or cnoiera infantum, me utile sne.
was brought over to Lakeview in or
Felts und rubbers, ulna
IB rr, IB advance,
fbr month. "
II not paid la advance, li te the rear.
Natlca I SahCf1br
jnwnofnui lb Eiamtner who ro
from one locality to another, or rhng
heir notofr)ce adrirvM hould rvmrmher u
Irop ihli office card o thrir pap' can b ad
trMed to tb right poaiolllce.
iter to secure medical aid but t-e
I bysiciana (Were unable to sate its
A look at tbe Pott Office floor
Toeadsy nlgbt would reoall the tact
t iat all tbe .political literature aent
torouKb tbe mail la not read by Ins
nulpieut. further, Elmer's wast
basket ia not used as much ss it
misnt be. wbicn lurolfe extra work
for him tbe morning after .
Tbe Anti-Saloon Leexoe closed its
oa uf.aitn Monday evening at tbe ooort
boose Tbern was la.-ge crowd
present, a large majorty of wbiob
wet of tbe male sex. U.J. Wenttel
delivered a very eotertainiog address
aod prophesied tbst Ibe county woo Id
go "dry" by from 150 to 2u0 votes."
scony of death
VALLEY SH0WS UP
Notorious Character Puts
In An Appearance at
Clai In tbe familiar blue flannel
tbirt open at tbe throat, and a long
d-iater reaching from oeck to beel
Datb Valley Scoilj. tbe biggest press
aent outside cf T. K. blew into Reno
early yesterday morn log, says tbe
Toe old careless abandon witb
which Scotty osed to toss away the
gilt was not apparent daring bis
tty bere. In fact be aeemed to abow
e f jDdneae to save tb change from
tbe big yellow eagles instead of wav
ing It aside.
It's not many years ago tbat Deetb
Valley Scotty chartered a traia end
made a trip ucross tbe continent,
blazing a golden trail dampened
with wine wbeu the speed got so
bigb tbat it seemed tbat trlctioa
i w mld start a blaze,
In New York aid Chicago and San
Francisco he bunt into the public
eye witb and l.'ke a million dollars.
Nutbiog was too good for the miner
wuo ordered an entire menu from
soup to nuts aod ate only ham ' aod
egiis.. Ordinarily be hired all tbe
colored menials in tbe hotel io siog
and lance for birr.
Tben recently tbe weird
been flashing bis gold in
miDer has j
parts of the state, letting mining
men bava a glimpse of specimens. that
carried and running almost pare gold,
lie claim to have several mines
itaked out tbat will make Croesus look
like a non union barber.
Fast Auto Time
Walter Deot hoM tbe record for
fast traveling over the r.rtd betawen
Flush aad Lakeview. Friday, in his
Oakland 40. be covtred the diatance
in two boars and
wbich is going some.
in not of
tbe beet, blDg
mouutains aad bill', BDd tbe
beac time heretofore has been in tbe
neighborhood of Ibree tiours.
c:r. t ih t'ci
lln- .r i. ; iff i.f ti-Kili Vtn tj gifts
:.;,-..-ir tn iiuvv oii ti in Anwrira ami
Is iii ..i-i ..(.Fiilftc It ilicrt'fore set-um
to ili-M rve a note. It toes back to
Harvard college mow Harvard unlver
sifyi tejnd 17U4. In that year Wil
liam Higlow was tbe recipient of the
Jatkkiiife. In 1705 he handed It on to
Charles Prentiss, with these lines:
Item: C. P. ha my knife
During hi natural college life.
Tbat knife which ugliness Inherits
Arid due to hi tiuperlor merit,
And wben from Harvard ha shall steer
I order him to leave It her
That 't may from das to ela descend
Till tlrn and upline shall end.
Notes and Queries.
Tbe claim has been made within tbe
past few weeks tbat tbe packer bos
been doing the farmer a kindness by
V...,lr.n . t. a r.llf.iia t.9 1 1 1' A fitfiflr If,
such unusual levels. This Is uotlilr.
the fa Uintr Inierei-ts deservu any par
ticular credit fr, for the KUpply Ims
been so scan-e l!i:it bi'li prices have
had to he offered io supply the frchh
meat trade It Is fafe to say that
when tin; rank und tile of feeders have
sent Muff Into which they have been
cruiumiiig hub ptlced feeds to market
tbe prices will have Buffered a disas
trous kIuiu Judging from his past
conduct, when yuu lind the packer
doing antiii:i' on the benevolent or
der for the ttock raiser the devil will
have iiiriiol hiiint.
standard quality table
VjJ properties of y
t? the Grape arc ,
to the food.
The food is
HILL'S AGENT IN
Expert Is Favorably Im
pressed and Predicts
Tboiuas Sbaw, for many years pro
feasor of anirxal husbandry in tbe
University of Mianeota now agricul
tural expert ia tbe persoaal employ-
meat of J. J. If ill. chairman of tbe'
board of directors of tbe Great Nor-
Itber Kallroad Company, arrived in
Portland recently, completing a 1000
mile automobile trip tbrocgb Central
and Western Oregon. Oa bis letara
to St. Paal be will submit an exhaus
tive report covering tbe agricultural
posssibilities of tbe country In Ceo-
jtral Oregon. Tbe report will be
submitted. q J, J, Uill personally
and will later be osed in an illustra
ted booklet for uae iy tbe roads pa b
"I dld'nt reqaest speciflo Inform-
;tlun from Mr. Hill as totbslr reaions
for sending me qq tb's trip," said
M. Sbaw when aaked if the head of
tb flrest Northern Is contemplating
buildlog a line of railway to Central
'Oregon. "1 presume, however, tbat
j he would not ask me to submit a re
port nij the country unless be baa
some object in view, hverwbere 1
went 1 ran across tbe sentiment tbat
i Mr.Hill baa seriously torned bis atten
tion to the development of those por
tions of Oregon now unserved by
i railways and would not be surprised
j If such is tbe case."
i Professor Sbaw Is enthusiastic in
praise of (he country visited. He
says tbat nowhere in tbe United
States is there land wbicb can be
put to such diversified use and yield
snub larger returns. Lie believes
j tbat tbe bench lands will become
famous in the production nf Winter
wheat. He declares that tbe adop
tion of dry farming methods will
work wonders in tbat country. He
I s in charge of Li demonstration
station, now operated by tbe Oreat
Nortbt rn in Montana, and tmlieves
that Oregon would benefit were sitn
ilsr stations to show tbe way to set
results from dry farming established
in tbls state.
Hid well Nnugett: Phil Tread t
who Is doing the wood work at tbe
Big Four mine came down from tbat
place last Friday and reports work
progressing nioely. Tbe engine to
he used on the stamp mill was deliv
ered at tbe mine last Thursday.
w tastv and
DOINGS IN THE NORTH END
fNllvrr Iitke Utlrr)
Mies Vade Hoabam Is again taken
worse aod is In critical condition.
C II. Kelly of Lake has gone to
Portland where be will speud the
Horn-On Thursday, October 20,
to Ibe wife of Ed Luudy, a big fine 8
Fred Price and family, bo have
bo vultlog In the Willamette vallsy
for tbe past month, paused through
bers the latter part of the rrk, on
their returne home.
Dr. . A. Witbam, of PaUley, spent
last Wednesday nlgbt I" Silver Lake.
Mr. Witbam came op for bis dangler
who came in un the" tag from Port
land. Nest morning tbey left for bla
Valley Falls Items:
61 Htodersoo and Jee Liraocb
top red over night recently on tbelr
wsy to the desert witb supplies fer
'.heir winter camp,
Mr. aod Mrs, Stone, of Bo!e,
ldsbo, were vlsitore at tbls place
lait week looking over tbe -vslley
They were deeply Impressed with
its possibilities. Mi. Btone owns
land procure through tbe (). V. L.
Co. 'a sale.
Geo. Necombe, tbe Lakevlee
blacksmith, was op bere receotly,
looking after bla interests In this
end of tbe valley.
Mr. Cantlebory, tbe Government
trapper, accompanied by M. li. Klce
is ormped close by and is msklng
war on tbe eoyottt.
K. O.Creesler and party bad dinner
bere last Sunday. Mr. Creasler came
in bis new Apperson car.
Bis: Four Mill Arrives
Altar Plaindealer : John Drown,
of tbe Big Four Mining Co., In tbe
Uoaa dlntrict, ia Io town to receive
tbe stamp mill purchased enme
time ago aod wblcb arrived at the
depot Wedoesdsy evening The
mill wilbe forwarded by teams as rap
idly as possible. Mr. Brown says tbe
mill will be running In m short time.
He says tbe company has tboaaaod
ot tons of ten dollar ore and can
keep tbe mill going nlgbt and day
through ont tbe winter.
Cedarville Record: Mrs. A.
Cresiler and Miss Margie Bonner
left Bnnday for Berkeley where tbey
will visit for a time.
Mnffiera, all colors and
all pIwh 50c t, at
Oregon Valley Land Com-!
pany Contract Holders i
We mnko n anoolAlrv iA Unnlmi InnJ
bought from the O. V. L. Co. and
are in better position to do ho than
any otner nrm in the Htate as we,
have a complete index card Hvntem
giving the name and add rend ol everv ;
owner of the 14000 tractH d land '
bought. If yen want uh to leael
your land to the bent poHHible tuivan- i
tage and take full charire of It write:
at once to Southern Oregon Realtv
LAKEVIEW SKATING RINK
LEWIS & YOUNO Proprietors
Open Every Evening
and Sunday Afternoons
Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons for Ladies
Per Hour, 2oc; Two Hours,
The Home of Good Values
"IF in NEW, WE HAVE IT"
MCIICAM BUUTY t" 01
KUuaia CrtC.. Mkr
Escluslve Agents for the
American BeatrLy Corset
OPEN SATURDAY EVNG. TILL 9:30
NOTICE FOn PLBLlCATlON
Not Coal Land
Department of tbe loterlor, U. 8
Lao Ottloe at Laktvlew, Oregoo.
November b. 1910.
Notice 0 hereby given tbat George
Wellmaniter. wboe poat ottlce
address la Lake City, Modoo Coooty,
Calif., did on tne 4th day ol Up
tember, 1010, Hie Io tbls ottloe Hwnrn
Htatmepi and ApPlK'atlon No. 02445,
to purrbane tbe SKNNWi. Heciiou
S3, Townblp 408, Kbom TiK, Will
melts Meridian, ao'l the timber there
on, under the provlaioo of the act
of Jone 3 lHH, and art amendatory
known a tb "1'imber and tstoiie
Law, "at uch value a might be flaed
by appraisement, aod that, pnrnot
to sucb application the land aud
timber thereon have bfo apprUad
at a total of (10 , thn timber entiui
ated 110,000 ooard fet at 1 1 (K) per
M. aod the land STXi.OO; tiat il
applicaat - will olf r ttnal pioof In
aoppirt of hi apphcntloo and uro
tatement on the Uthrlav of January.
1911, before Kegitr and Receiver
this office, at Lakrlew. Oregon.
Any person Is at liberty to prnteat
this purchase before eotry, or initi
ate contest at any lime bef. i pat
ent Issoes, bv Bling a corroborated
affidavit In this office, allegmg faots
wbicb would defeat tbe eotry.
ARTHUR W. ORTON, RegUter.
Rolled Rye, a whole
oin brcnkMat ftnxl,
parkAgi J-'n tu at
40c; Hntiru livening, SOc
OUR LINE OF FALL AND WINTER
GOODS IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
RESPECT. WE CAN SUPPLY
& MASSING! LL
r Mr wast stylk,
Qunllty Mitd how Tces
fa Vi tol)t
LiaW l)rrm Sk Irln. .Silk nnl
l.mwn H'wsfs, 'rs In njrM
nrlnnctM, l.lhm' nmtt A
Mini M chMOrf tit rhnnitr from
th IjHrfr! AKnnrlinrtit of
Fmich itml Anivrlcnn l!nlr,
niHdn i7i In HHltvtii-n mid
iucr, ira-ew tn r..v,
MAKK OVU Ut'.ST KlHU
YOl'K IIK.WQVA HTKRS
WIIKS IS TttWS
Ihtn't forgrt th irr:
West of Court House
J. CJIAS. SM1TJI A CO.
n.OOO acre Ptock Farm, plri.ty
ol water (per acre) t
10 aer Farm with Improve
ment, three mile nut 000
10 ncre Farm with aninll im
'.DO acre Improved Farm near
600 I'hoirK Honieteal In Cat
1.H00 acre K toe k Farm, nicely
lrVJn acrea of grilling laml at ... l.W
7 ro in llouae and big lot. com
pletely furnlahed 3,000
3JO arn- TlmluT ami Ornilng
I Jilid (per acre)
r A. In city limit. :i-rx)iii butiw
pnrtly (uruiehed, good barn,
chicken houa, etc., kmh) well,
all fciiod. Will tie Miiitbb
fur rub-dl virion 2,V
102 iicrt-H of goo-J level land.
in Ilea from O. . U Addition
IrtO iu;rea. Improved, identy if
water for mock, power and
Irriication pleut.v of building
f'Mice. etc., bearing fruit treN
i!6 acres of meadow land and
plenty of timber. Adjulnlng
this iMahomeHtead relliiiiliih
meiit of ltM) acn' of the aanio
veneral character. Tlne
bimlM are only 1' niilca from
n uoimI little town. f.'IO.UO
per acre for the il.vded lanj
sikI S'Al.OO for the r. !lii'ju'sb
ment. lOacie tracts with wnt.r ilub. 17.'.
."-room ho u ie with Intel enough
for 4 lute, good teruiH l'iri
3'.'0 urrea Agrlcrltun aud Stock
Southern Oregon Really Cc.
A Mill i) SINGER
If you don't uc a Rood Sew
Injf Machine it is your own
fault, for we carry them in
stock constantly, and will
give you prices and terms
that will suit you.
THE SINGER IS UNRIVALED
-THE WORK TELLS
Machines for Kent. Repairs
and 5upplics of all kinds
Opposite Snyder Block
H. B. ALGBR
a Mil line
Lakevlew flour 2.00 a Rl2t2
sack at Mj0'