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Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
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, Mil. inul bo pld the Bml of month.
Lakeview, Oregon, Tliurdaj, t M 1H
Atoria is having the time of her life
at the Centennial Exhibition.
Th Union wen it Kiamath Falla
il) i-Utne Llcr Pay thia vear.
Geo. Swapon. of Sacramento n
in lake Ciuntv hoirff cattle. Wer-
There ha'-e lern rcire forest fire in
Kkn iih Countv. thoueh no sreat lta
Ortial Fririt will have asphalt
MitteiB Putiv end for a town of
slv 800 peoole. eh?
Stuael ard Oft elo have just returned
Merrill after buvirc 22.000 head of
cuttle in Lake Trtntv Merrill Record.
Cons rest tr.iin Hlev has recoro
werded the arrjoirtrrert of C. K.
fcrnrdertuia as rctn aner at Klamath
Klamath Cccrty in to have a fair
Sei't. 27. 28. 29 and 30. There will be
cine booo races and a fine time
It is unlawful to rh'D fame of any
kind frcm this state arcordim to a
recent decision of Attorney General
The Boardman Crmoanv have se
cured the ess franciiite at KlamatbJ
'Falls and work will commence on the
mains and plant at once.
k'amire. of San Frarcieco will box
U'Lellan at Klamath Falls Aue. 25.
The co will last twentv five rounds
if the men can eo that far.
Ashland hts a municipal liehtine
ulant that will furnith lieht and noer
I to the citizens as well as liehtin? the
streets. The juire has jtt leen turred
on for some of them.
2.000.000 steelhetd ticut have leen
tilarted in Roue river this season by
the U." S. Bureau of Fitheries. and a
Billion youne salmon were also
planted in the fane stream.
Graft msrws ate flvirxr bark ard
forth in lYrtrard ard there are some
rich r!eelrrmerts It eked for in the
near fi'tue if the men. in touch with
the situation don't set cold feet.
The Government has offered real
money for fir cones to reforest some nt
the bumed areas in other states and
the boys at Sorirgfie Id are after some
of it. They make $2 to $3 oer day.
Bobbers at Portland left James
Crock ot Baker Citv. without shoes,
hat. coat and $500 in money. He be
lieve that a former emuloye was one of
the men that belted to do the work.
Klamath Falls is surprised to think
that a man should clow his land in the
fall for the SDrir.K sowinir. The man
that is doing the work la from Kansas
where they have to farm or get
Oregon hops are going some in the
market and have climbed to fifty cents
per pound and still seem to have some
strength left, for they may reach a
dollar, Hoo growers are going to get
rich thia year.
A Greek turned Buchias entered a
pool room at Med ford and shot another
Greek named Soanoawbo will probably
die. The former fled but was captured
by the Marshall. Trouble began over
Klamath is to have ran for illumin
ating purposes. Not the article that is
often associated wit the town but
that from coal. A franchise is to be
granted by the council to one of two
-firms that have apolied tor it.
Chief ' of Police Farrinsrton and
Night Chief Blanton have been dis
missed from office by the common
council at Eugene. Inefficiency is the
reason Kit en for the move after a re-
queut to the officials to renign.
Jack fjondon. the famous author.
aid a recent visit to Auhland and vi
cin'ty. London accompanied by his
ifa traveled with a campwagon and
:are haviatr good time, at the same
time obtaining material for a new
Four raea were injured by the brakes
-a aa'aato refusing to work and plung
ing them Afthe road near Elgin on the
BluqMt. road. Thacar wha traveling
at the rata ot70 miles an hour h" n
'the acciiant occured and is a total
The wfl men are meeting at On
tariow5Spt;2fi;to 30, whtn the county
SUBSCRIPTION H TK.
On .r, In ariranr.
N.tk (a &abcHr
SUMrritr Wi lh Kmntlnvi alio I-rmoTr
from onr loclliy lo another. r rhu
Ihftr poaloffic addn-M houl1 h wmbH Ir
drop ih otttoe oril m ihi'lr ir can b ad
drwrd to th. rltai p.tmv
fair is to be held. The largest gather
ing of people ever held in Malheur
county ia exrected during the meet.
Governor West has been Invited and
will probably attend.
61 out nf 96 rersor.s taking the State
Medical Boaids examination to practice
medicine in Oreson passed recently and
three will be that manv new physi
cians in tbe state. The successful can
didates come from many schools
throughout the country.
Eastern apple bujers are after Hood
River apples this year in large numbers
and prkes are good in consequence.
A few dczen tujers will be glad to
come to Lake county when there are
entiifib acples grown to warrant large
shipments such as can be produced
Leslie M. Scott, son of the former
Editor of the On gonian has been ap
pointed bv President Taft to the office
of U. S. Marshall for Oregon to suc
ceed Elmer B. Colwell whose appoint
ment was held up in the Senate of the
United States. There is no assurance
given that tee piesent appointment
will be allowed to go through. Charles
V. Johnson has been appointed as Ap
praiser of the Port of Portland.
J. M. Bannister, living near Weston.
Oregon, bad an average yield of 551
bushels of wheat per acre from 214
acres of Hale and Red Chaff wheat.
J. N. York of the same place had an
average of 60 bushels to the acre from
73 acres. Mr. Bannister ascribes the
large yield to the fact that he cultivat
ed the entire field with a heavy barrow
when the grain was about four inches
in height. A small tract tnat he did
not harrow did not yield nearly as well
as the other.
Old-timers used to sav that this was
nothing but a cow country, but the
raising of 40 to 45 bushels of wheat to
the acre doesn't bear out the appela
tion rith exactness. When it is known,
however that some farmers who have
every reason to believe that their
wheat would make 30 to 40 bushels to
the acre, prefer to cut it for hay
rather than to go to the trouble to
thrash it. it outs one " into the notion
that this is something of a cow country
after all. Klamath Chronicle.
Klamath Falls. Or.. Aug. 22. Al
though it is yet early in the season,
stock buyers are already sizing up the
situation. No sales have been reported
but it is understood that seven cents
and a little better is offered for prime
beef. Owing to the shortage of hay
last Winter, stockman will not have
as much beef to turn off this year as
usual. In former years laree herds
of feeders were driven into this section
every Fall and held until the following
Summer. This vear there ia more hay
than for several years, but the de-nand
is greater on account of railroad and
reclamation work. With the price of
bay ranging from $8 to S12 a ton in the
stack, the growers find it more profit
able to sell the hay than to feed the
cattle. Because of these conditions it
is expected that few feeders will be
brought to this section this Fall.
Portland. Ore.. Aug. 21, Mrs. Liz
zie Wesenberg. "holy roller." is de
fendant in a divorce suit in the circuit
court. According to the complaint of
Auguxt Wesenberg. she refused to live
longer with him because she could not
"get the Holy Ghost" when he was
Wesenberg. who was married in Wis
consin in 1899. makes no complaint of
his wife's conduct until she reached
the rollers in 1908. The result of get
ting religion, be says, was late hours,
neglectf household duties, fault find
ing and a general aversion to his com
pany. He bad been previously married
and divorced and says she told him it
would be sinful for her to keep on
living with him. He charges she de
serted him October 30. 1909.
He declares she is a religious fanatic
and no longer to be thought of as a
Murder at Klamath
The body of Charley Lyons, a lumber
man was found murdered in the canal
near the eity jail. There were eviden
ces the body had been placed there
recently. Lyons was a Phillipine "vet
eran and had been around the mills of
Klamath and the Upper Lake several
Show This Week
The fcmpire Stock Company with
teven players is at the Opera House
this week. The company is presenting
a different play each evening and
mcvtinz with 'or.Merab! success.
- GET ACQUAINTED
Metropolis of Nevada
Roaches For Closer
The Reno business mart that are
awake to tne many advantages that
this section of the country has to otter
in the matter of a pro itablo wholesale
trade; came in on tne first train to
Davis Crt-ek last Salurdav and after
enjoving the celebration thoie, ram
here in mi tot an I remained over Mon
day ami Tuesday, when thvv left for
Surprise Valley and other points of
interest in their "Get Acquainted"
campaign. The elimination of some of
the heretofore prohibitive railroad
rates, thnt have not allowed the whole
sale jobbers of Reno to compete with
San Francisco and Sacramento houses,
bv the recent decision ot the Inter
state Railroad Commission, places
Reno on the mao as a distributing
Point. It is believed thev can supply
merchants here with goods as cneaply
as other Points and a great deal quick
er. ' That the people of Reno are
awake to the many advantages of the
Lake Countv section is assured.
Amonj the Reno excursionists were
S. H. Overstreet. Nevada Packing
W. I. Torch, president Nevada Busi
Rob Grob. cashier Fanners and
Merchants National Bank.
J. H. Gallagher, lumberman.
Julius Schwarschild. hides an 1 furs.
, J. D. Mariner, music house.
C. S. Uaird and J. W. Reddington.
Nevada State Journal.
L, P. Smiith. Navoacovich Mercan
O. E. Ben him. Riverside Milling Co.
F. J. Schair.of Flanigan Warehouse
Geo. Logan, of Logan-Dale Co..
A. M. Britt, of the Buffalo Brewing
J. M. Fulton, of the Southern
S. J. Kvington. Real Estate.
F. O. Broili. Nevada M & S Co.
H. J. Darling. Nevada Hardware
Gov. Lem Allen, ex-lieutenent Gov
ernor of Nevada.
The report that George Ede had
found a flowing well on his homestead
in the Wagontire. country, was un
founded. Mr. Ede ran out of casing
before he struck water, so postponed
the attempt until a later date, as he is
putting down other wells in the Che
The Shanico-Antelope district will
make a good exhibit of its agricultural
products at The Dalles, where it will
be maintained permanently, so that
newcomers will see what opportunities
there are for farmers and fruit grow
ers. Excellent specimens for the ex
hibit ar now being gathered.
The open season for ducks this year
starts in on September 15. through
some ot the license read ."Sent. 1"
through a mistake made in printing
same. T he sportsman that goes out on
the First of the month is taking
chances while the shooting will be
much bettter at a later date.
Famum Harris has just completed a
fine residence on his Summer Lake
ranch which adds greatly to the looks
of his property. The Summer Lake
Country will be so changed with a few
good houses in a short time that the
Lakeview people will be strangers to
that country if they don't visit it
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sherlock were
in town over Sunday on their return
from a week's vacation in the vicinity
of Crater Lake. They report an excell
ent time during their absence, and
states that many people are taking ad
vantage of the fine weather and hund
reds of camping parties may be seen in
the Klamath country.
J. D. Venator and L. Vanderpool
last week went out hunting and In
some unknown manner became pos
sessed of a fine four-point buck. The
word "fine" is used advisedly for a
piece reached the Examiner man's
table where ample justice was done it.
The deer was large and fat and was
greatly admired by the many who saw
Stephen P. Moss, rancher and states
man of Chewaucan Valley, paid town
a visit this week after a strenuous
time haying. Mr. Moss says that he
has plenty of hay but very little stock
to consume it this vear as he Bold a
large number of cattle early in the
year. The bay is of better guailty than
last year in addition to the greatly in
W. S. Prvse. a minister of the
Presbyterian church, is expected here
about September 7th to take charge of
the local congregation. He will suc
ceed Mr. Werner, wboexoectes to re
turn to the Presbyterian College at
Los Angeles to resume his studies, 1
! Mr. Pryse has been In charga of a par
ish at Cambria. California for some
tima past Ha will be accompanied
bv his wife and one aon.
C. C Woodcock of Portland, accom
panied by his family, paid a visit to
Lakevisw In his Pierce-Arrow. Friday.
The partv came overland by way ot
the Dallea and enjoyed their trio,
though thev reported the roads aa
rather dusty. Lakeview promixes to
become a touring point fur automobiles
In the future aa tho roads between
Portland and San Franulsco via thii
portion of the state are better a this
time of tho year than they are in
An itiliiiir '! ot ilUrrolti'K can,
mm it rul', In cuh lit n KiiiglM (ln .f
Ctiilnilwi mlti'w 0"lH" t'h'iltTH mid I I -
ri'lllHM l( Hit''l.. I III UMIII ll, llltH lilt
Kiirlur (r howel cimilmt Fir
nle l.v nil giXKt ilmler.
J. F. Mavtield has been trying to
make arrangements with manv of the
peoule here, to assist in accuring the
services of George Ede. the artesian
welt expert, to sink a well on the High
School grounds or the citv park
grounds went of it. Mr. Edes will
drill the well and furnish three lengths
of three inch casing for $500. If he
strikes a flow of water and if he does
j not strike the flow the people interest
ed will be out nothing in consequence.
This would appear as though the well
man knew what he was talking about
and ia wiling to take the chances if
we are willling to go down in our
pockets for the amount necessary in
case a fine flow of water ia struck.
The importance of this matter to the
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
riM) mAIK-JI if re lu Mi-tlmi l';t,
w i ini :U1. i iii.g Kiiqu'ri ui
S'trr M ii l.ikv-w, Mr-
W,.uih.I Ml iiiilv, Kill iicrt Improved
ranch niuxt b rl.iw In lake, uut
sWhiiii, lttir utile, Htate lowest
trinM him! f tt I piirilcuixrM to lUrrx
HeMnf. ri. Mil U iun St. Portland. ir
We ne d a nnle-man in -itli of fev
e nl exrll- lm-M In well in r Mileo
did I'lirwM -I ck. A peiiiiiiiient
pi tee. imhIi IV ami n njuar. Hun
Iih k of yon Wlr for ii'irtiiMitHr.
WoiMuwt U N'lirrMTjr l' T'oiH'IihIi,
M) I Il'K l UltCOI .OKH
In l lie Con my Court of the State of
Oregon for he Count r of Lake.
In the matter of the entitle of San
ford SleilleiiM itetvaxed.
The iidilerMimiiil Imvlnir Ix-en up.
noiiile-l liv the Coil' t Court of the
State of Oretfoti for the U .unlv of
Ijike. Ailillii'Ulratrlx of itie entate
of Sanfonl Stephen ilec'aned. and
tiHvliig qitallttttil: Notice, la hereby
liUen to creditors and all permitM
having clainix ngaliiHt naiil deceased,
to prenei.t ilieui, vi-rifli d art required
by law. wltMii nix inooth- after the
firt piililli'iilion of thin notice, to her.
at her home No. -'117 North Main
Street, Lakeview. Oregon.
MAHV KTIIKi. KASTKK. Ad
miiilritratrix of the Kmou of
Sni lord SteplieliM, ileeeaMed
Pate of Hmt (iiililli al Ion Auguai 24,
BVERY HAY IS A
but at this stason pict-v
uretakinis at its height
A FULL STOCK OF
are always carried by
Hall & Reynolds
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
The Home of Good
ALL $4.00 VALUES, $3.00 ALL $2.50 VALUES, - $1.65
" 3.50 " - 2.50 " 2.25 " 1.50
" 3.00 " - 2.00 " 2.00 " - 1.45
" 2.75 " - 1.85 " 1.75 " - 1.25
people of this portion of the vallav la
very apparent and a united effort
should be mado to have the work com
menced at the earliest possible mo
ment. There are a lot of people that
want water in this valley who are un
able to go to the expense of drilling,
that would have wells drilled If they
were assured there was an artesian
flow here; for tne fact of having the
well would enhance the value of their
WHITE SHIRT-WAIST SALE
If You Want Murrains, Come nml See for Yourself.
U tility Waists, tastefully trimmed with cmbroitlery
anil laces, each Waist tillered in this sale
is a special bargain
Lot No. - $t.00 & $1.25 Walata at $0.75
Lot No.2- $1.50 & $1.75 Waists at $I.OO
LotNo.O- $1.05 &$2.25 Waists at $1.25
IiYIJK YTHINd IN SUMMKR GOODS
A r A SACK I PIC li
We arc showing the new Fall White Felt Hats,
the "Knge of Chicago "
We are also taking orders for Undies' Man-Pal-lored
Suits, Coats, I Mess and Walking Skirts to
your measure. Our sample book will please
.Watch this space for the Announcement ol our
Grand Fall Opening
The Parisian Millinery
MAIN STREET WEST OF COURT HOUSE
HOMES FOR SALE
I I AT ONCE
. The Scagcr Bros, offer their two resi
dences and the vacant lots in connection
with them, situated in one of the best res
idence districts in Lakeview, for sale at a
rare bargain. '
Streets graded, side walks, city water,
electric lights, fine barn, houses equipped
with all modern conveniences, built two
Their interests are now and will be
largely in Davis Creek -this is their reason
for making this offer.
Call at their office for particulars.
SUITABLE FOR HARD USAGE FOR SALE
If you vtitiiiot ) littvl firopvrly
or you have bud fiit, I'll muke
you h itnlr of Shoe or JSoot
to inoiisure tbut will tit you,
und will make tlinni. If iiih-'h-ttury.
In otw day. I Htmolntvly
refimv to mnke DnmM Shoe btt-
LEO IIASEL, SHOEMAKER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON j
100 Pair of Ladies' Low Cut Shoes at
have a number of Bargains in
Ladies' High Shoes
rront and the convenience that would
result from the possession of the same,
to aav nothing of the additional value
that would automatically accure to the
land, to justify them In making the
outlay. Now ia the time fur action on
the part of everv publh spirited man
or woman In the community, who Is
ilesirioua of getting this well at the
earliest moment. Let the well be
OF MY OWN
chump I urn not I'liulpM'd for It,
but If you wunt m imlr of Shorn
tbut will wonr, you vun xvt
them hvrif tit n-HNoiiHbti' prtcvM.
Xnllfd bottom Shoi'tt from $H 00
Ifand-wu rd wvltH from - $11.00
Sn t Is fur t Ion (! tin ra ntcrd.