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Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of
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BSanara ITf-e tunc a awn in i i
Uon h.nred hwall etra chanrr. All trivial
oaltion. extra. All ajiorl n ata rir
rrfr loru pnlnmna. XX' rr llu fach lu-
aUrn. W am aL. V. a Hit- raoti 'nifTtiin
art rf thaiiia 11.00. RoliH n -Jt-
nn, tl W and upward.
CWTranateot Avritatn in ' Prifct-
a, ch in ttvno
AU bill auat t paid Ml Bri ol .- momn
Lakeview. Oregon, Thursday, Soptrnibrr 2K, 1011
J. W. Fureeaon. secretary of the
Democratic Central Ommittee and a
abllc accountant of Portland, haa
been aDoointed stata Insurance com
oie toner to- aocceed Samuel Koaer.
Korer recently resirred the r-ffice of
state irauranc ct mmifsiorer to acceot
Uiat of deootv tt rretar of state, for
which be will receive $3000 a ear. the
aame aalary as that received by the
The Bev. Father Tht mas E. Sher
aaao.. aon of General Vm. Tecumseh
Sherman. - who led the march from
Atlanta to the aea durina- the Civil
War. waa committed tcdav to the at,ate
botoital for the insane at Aaroew.
folio ire- ana ttemot at suicide at the
Jesuits Novitiate at Loa Gato. The
Bev. Father Sherman, accounted one of
the most brilliant orators in the Jeauite
rder. cme from Chicago a tew
auontna asro in an endeavor to regain
his health, bia rervoua ivstem bavin,
suffered a severe breakdown. Lately
he baa been restmr at Loa Gatoe. but
fcia condition ha bt en srowire worse.
President Taft made the first soeech
of hia Western trio on the tariff and bia
vetoa of the wool, cotton and farmer 'a
' free list bills at Grand Kanids. Mich..
last Thursday. The President attacked
the Democrats and insurgent ReoublT
eara in the Ser ste and Huiee who out
tixxe bills thnugb Congress at the
aptcial t-ewii.n ; defended bia own
tovrte in vfU.ii.tr tbr-m arrt declared
that he wa rnaltersblv ODDoeed to
the revision of be tariff board. Herte
firtd clearlv ris cwn Dosition wiub
regard to tariff revision and made it
plain that even if Doltical defeat stared
him in the face be would not alter bin
policy. The President predicted tEat
revising: the tariff, with "blacksmiths"
tools." t-ocb as be said the coalition
f Democrats and insurgents useri, will
lead inevitably to a revision of teeling
and a recurrence of the higher rates
and the "old svFte m of high tariff."
James Bolph. Jr.. was chosen May
or of San Francfoco at the primary
election held Tuesday by an over
whelming vote, having received ma
jority of both parties. The election
waa the first under a charter amend
ment anv feiavoraiitv candidate receiv
ing a majority at the pools thereby be
ing elected, and is also the first elec
tion in which a Mayor is chen lor a
four-year term. Mayor P. H. Mc
Carthy waa running for reelection after
serving two years. The election offici
ally la non-partisan, nut party organi
sations of the county mimed their pref
erences, the Union Labor party en
dorsing Mayor McCarthy, and the Re
publican and D mocratio organizations
proclaiming for Rolob. William Mc-
Devitt and J-'red Sibert have the in
dorsement of the Socialist and Socialist
Labor parties respectively for the
MavoraJitv. The registration was the
largest in the hiutorv of the city. Both
men favor organized labor.
The regular equinoctial storm struck
thia valley the forepart of the week
and for several days intermittent
showers have occurred. A very beavv
rain occurred Monday afternoon, al
though sufficient moisture to benefit
the ranges has dpi hang not fallen. The
rain put a atop to threching operations
although no serious damage ia re
ported thus far.
The only damage resulting from
Monday's storm, aside from blowing
down a few shade trees, was the
wrenching loose of the skylight over J.
S. Lane & Co. 'a saloon. This was
probably caused bv the wind whirling
over the First National Bank building
and eddving about the skylight
Some "Bar" Fight
Caotain Dewitt. farmer of Doyle and
W. C. Clark bad an exciting excel
lence with three grizzly bears Satur
day, ten miles from that place when
they unexpectedly came upon the bears
while crawling through the brush.
The largest bear, mouth open, advanced
erect upon the men and the other ani
iraal followed likewise. Dewitt aimed
at the foremufet animal, towering some
eight feel upright but onlv wounded
it.; Tbe men ran. with the animals
after them. The thick brush hampered
thejaniarala and both 'men fired simul
taneously seventy feet away. The
shots brought two if the Leasts to a
stand. Oi:e oeaiJ ai.u the oiimc wounded
Aattlj fw!loA,et nuttr the too of a
urecipice. where one bear fell to the
bottom, auine 00 feet, and the iaat
was diaoh l.-.i wuii a knife in the
baudi of L'lur.
Lake County, Oregon
SUBSCRIPTION R ATES.
Sp-If nolr-atd la flTnp, II 10 th Tr
Kltl . a..l,..
th Kxanlmr who rrmov.
1 o from on loraltty
to another, ur fbtpcv
ihuit poatoiflp a-ldrt'a .IhhiIiI rvnHmbr lo
toe a card ao ihf-lr nanar can be d-
t mx ui lii rtital poatoAc.
A 60-Dound aauaah waa grown in the
fine garden of John A. Drumra. It is
a beauty and a credit to the man who
The Commercial Club jof Paisley
joTnWThe Oregon Development League
a couple of weeka ago. by sending the '
required"feeof five dollars. Thia "will
mean much additional publicity and the
aesitance of the big Portland organisa
tion in promoting the growth of thia
""KTJ. Jackson and L. R. Jones made
a trip to Bend Monday by auto, re
turning Tuesday. While In that'buwv
town they made bnal arrangements
lhat meatTtbe coming of a strong bank
to Paisley?" It"la expected that con
struction work on the buildingwlll be
"gin cexl wee. The site to"be occupied
bythejhank ianext tothe Mercantile
While a big six-cylinder Pierce Ar
row car waa en route frornBend to
Paisley, loaded with "anor tsmenfrom
liay Creek, it hacTa 'mishaoCbrTthe hill
south of Silver Lake. The engine
stopped and the brake retused to work,
the car backed off the road and turned
over on its aide. Al Howell, one of
the party who is well known here, had
bia collar bone fractured. After some
difficulty the car was righted and the
injured man brought to Paisley. Here
he waa transfered to the Reo car and
taken to Lakeview. where the frature
waa attended to. The big car waa not
Valley Falls Items
F. L. Young of Paisley and Alkali
Lake nasaed through on his way to
the Alkali Ranch recently.
H. A. Utlev ia busily engaged haul
ing lumber for the new residence that
be is going to build at his place this
Martin Kennedy haa bia bouse on hia
homestead atout completed. A few
more shingles to lay and Mr. Kennedy
will be comfortably fixed for the
Arthur Florence of the Lakeview
Mecrantile Company, accompanied by
bis wife and daughter, paid us a visit
M. A. Hutchison, of this place, has
a bad attack of tbe rheumatism. It
was necessary for bim to go to Lake
view where he could be under the
direct care of a physician.
Frank Paxton passes through quite
regularly with wood that he ishauling
to the old XL Ranch at tbe head of the
Lake for S. B. Chandler. ... Jm,. j
, H. L. Chandler no sooner 'got his!
grain crop harvested, than he started in
to plow to get ready for next year's
crop. Mr. Chandler reports a satis
factory crop this year and will un
doubted lv do better next year with
deep fall plowing.
The road in this part ot the country
are in excellent snape. we uo not
know when we pave seen them better,
sad with a little work here and there
during the winter and spring they can
be kept in this condition.
Notice of Meeting of
Board of Equalization
Notice U herebj (Then that on
Monday, the 10th day of October,
1911, liora 8 o'clock, a. in., to 5
o'clock p. ui., of eald day, tbe County
Board of Equalization will be in wea-
lon at tbe County Clerk's office at
Lakeview, Oregon, for the purpose ol
publicly examining; the atiaessmeDt
roll for the year 1911 ai.d to correct
all error iu valuation, description ot
qualities of lands, lots or other prop
erties ; that tbe sitting of said board
will be continued from day to day
thereafter uatit tbe examination and
correction of said assessment shall
be completed; provided tbe examina
tion is completed within the month in
n bicb tbe Board Is required to meet.
All persons Interested are requested
to be preterit at tbe sitting of said
Board of Equalization, and show
cause If there be any, why their
assessment for the said year should
not b changed or corrected as the
said Board may seem juat and pro
per. A. J. FOSTER,
Assessor of Lake Couuty.
DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION
it is uot the quantity of food taken
but the amount digested and atislm
ilaicd tbat gives strength and vitality
to the Hysteia. Chamberlain 'a titom
acli and Liver Tablets invigorate the
stomach ami liver and enable them
to perform their fr-ni'tions naturally.
For sale by all ood dealer.
Overwhelming Defeat for
President Taft'e Pet
' wu,l1"1- "- t"url
' ffnviirnmRnt in.l rRCinpniMtv MiitVprAd n
. , , , - . , rt
overwhelming defeat in the Canadian
Bv a political landslide, the Liberal
majority of 43 was aweut awav. The
Conaerative party aecured one of the
heaviest majorities, upwards of B0.
that anv Canadian party ever had.
Beven cabinet ministers who bad
served with Premier Laurierare among
the defeated candidates. Liberals lost
ground practically in every province ef
he dominion. Where thev won their
majorities were small. Where Con
servatives won their majorities were
tremendous. Ontario, the leading
province of Canada, declared almoat
unanimously against the administration
Of the thirteen members of the
Laurier cabinet who Bought re-election
Robert Borden, the leader of the
CTri8ervative partv. who waa elected
bv a majority of 200 in .Halifax City,
will shortly become the Prime Minis
ter of Canada. He will be supported
in Parliament bv a working majority of
members iar more than ample for bia
The governments defeat means that
the Fielding-Knox reciprocity agree
ment ratified by tbe American Con
gress at tbe extra session will not be
introduced when the Twelfth Parlia
ment assembles next month, and that
tbe revised basis made with tbe United
States looking to closer commercial
are committed to
be possible 'in the
a policy of trade
the emoire and a
closed door against the United States.
Although re-elected in two constitu
encies in Quebeck. tbe defeat of the
Liberal party also means the retire
ment from public life of Sir Wilfred
Laurier. who for nearly two decades di
rected the deatiniea of the dominion.
The following letters remain un
claimed lu the Lakeview pootofflce:
Frm k Howell, G Modi,
l A. HhII. Hoy HamerlT,
Geo. Cerrlw, I hur ey lluau,
(i. 8. Callahan, Juan AIoiibo,
Ely Author, Paul Calvin,
W. W. CuromlnH.MlHa Sarah Tajlor,
Mm (Jo. Tajlor.B. Bienulut.
Fred Kant. Frank Garibaldi 2,
J. 11 I'uckell 2, Lee Wool wine,
Mrs. A. Blma. Marnia M or ley,
P. 1. Moore. Jim Iteed.
Jerry Paxton, -Audrey H. Pool,
M ra.W alter Muitb.M ra. J S trasee.
Mm. Lizz Teyer, Mrs. Juan Vidaur
Mrs. J. A. Wlukel, reta.
J. A. Wlnkel 2. Mrs. Elme Wlnkel.
ELMER C. All L8TKO.M,
FCR oALE or trade, for heavy wag
on, 1 three-inch Studebaker and i
cut under, full platform aprlng drop
or stiff tongue, JJjj wheels, overjet
top. Apply after 5 p. m. 8. Powell,
camp In willows ou Bollard street.
Gun Club Meeting
A meeting of the Stockholders and
Associate Members of the Goose Lake
Gun Club will be held at the U. S.
Forestry office Thursday evening at
7:30. By order of the Board of Direc
tors. HARRY BAILEY. Secretary.
P. M. Cory ia no fixing up tbe
grounds about hia residence on Main
street. A geat deal of soil has been
hauled to the lot. and a very fine fence
constructed about the place.
No. 1 56.
Report of the Condition of
The Lake County Loan and Havings
liank at lakeview, in tlie Mate of
Oregon, at close of business Sep
IIOM.AKS ( TS
Loans and Discounts, $ 9H,5s9 70
Due from unproved re
serve banks 7,003 67
Cash on band 3,670 04
Total 110,163 CO
Capital Stoc paid in 20,000 00
Surplus Fund 10,000 00
Undivided l'rollts, less ex
penses and taxes pair.... z.uiio 37
Dividends unpaid 10 00
Time Certificates of Deposit HMi 67
Savings Deposits 17,51X1 46
Total $110,103 30
State of OkkmoxI
County ov Lakh )
I, S. O. Cressler, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly
swear that tbe above statement Is
true, to the best of my knowledge
Sf.ai.J 8.O. CRESSLEK, tabler.
W. II. Nina )
Dick J. Wim ox 1 Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 0th day of September, lull.
skai-1 J" f- CONN.
Notary Public for Okw.h-
The Chautauqua ''lcl will hold
lit flmt meeting Monday evening,
Octols-r 2, al lbs Uume t Mrs. Harry
Hallcy. Election of olhYers and gen
eral buainesa will he In order. The
"American l.lfi and diameter as
Portrayed In the Nord" (The- Chan
tatiqtian) "As We Hw Ourselves," It.
A. lteydrlck. Mrs. J. D. Venator.
F.nalncers and Engineering;, "Allien
00 Engineering," (rhautauqiian)
Carl 8 Dow. MUs Gertrude- Vernon.
The mcnilHrs this year are Mlas
tlecaie Hiirgtss, Mrs. A. HieU-r, .Vr.
II. Bailey, Mrs. T. V. Hall, Mrs. Anna
Neiloti, Mrs. I'ryae. Mis fuelling,
Misa Mabel Snrljtng, Mrs. . K. Sea
ger, Mrs L. Vanderpool. Mrs. J. 1).
Venator, MUa tier t rude Vernon, Miss
Minnie Vernon and Mrs. J. N.Wat too.
Notice to Sheepmen
I wltl have 600 Bamboulette rams
for sale hre Sept S&th. See me.
Hopt7 2S I). P. M At.OY.
Id the Circuit Court of the Stats of
Oregon, for Lake County.
Ada Langhlln, Plaintiff.
E. I). Olseu slid all s r
snna unknown, it aut,
havlnaj or claiming 10
bavs au Interest In aaJ
to said real property,
ot tax Hen.
To E. D. Olsen, the sbove named
defendant, In the name of the State of
You ar hereby notified that Ada
Laughlin. the holdrr of Certificate of
Delinquency uiimlered 9 loaned on
the lith cay of Noverutier, I'.HfcS. by
the tax collector ot 1 he couuty of Ike,
atate ot Oregon, for the amount (
alxttmo and 34 l'0 (f 16.34) dollars,
the same ts-lng the amount then une
and delinquent for ta ea for the jear
1U07, together with penalty, inter. st
and costa thereon upon the real prop
erty assessed to you. of which you
are tlie owiier aa apears of record,
situated in said county and stat, and
particularly bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
Tbe north half (N'S) of section
twenty ('JP), townahlo thirty-eight
1 38), south range nineteen (19) east,
W. F. MAITLAND
-Practical and Experlencrd:-
LAKEVIEW - OREHON
THE ALGER LAND CO.
New Fixe Creek, Ore.
q Located In the garden pot
of Golden Goose Lake Valley-
fLakeview, the County Seat
of Lake County look to
this section for her fruit
JYV'e can sell you lands that
will net you more from one
crop than the price aaked
for the land.
(jTracts for sale from one
acre up to 200 acres in a
qThis locality Is all right.
Investigation will convince
(J Stock ranches up to 3,500
acres, with plenty of water
Vacant lots, houses and
lots, O. V. L. tracts.
The Home of Good
ALL $4.00 VALUES,
containing threit hundred and twenty
t ) actvs, alluaied In the county of
jjke, state of Oregon.
You are- further notified tlmtrslil
Ada Ijiughliu hna paid taxes 011 snld
premise (or prior or subsequent
years with the rate of tuteiest oil
said amounts as follows:
Year 1H0S, paid March 9, UKW;
n mount, f.V4!t; rats of Interest, 1.1 r
iv nt per annum.
Year !. paid March 7, IDld;
amount, IIA.4S; rale ot Interrit, IA ht
cent ;sr annum.
ear ltiu, m.I.I it.tcli l. lull;
amount, $'.'." CU; rat of Intereat. IA er
eeiil sr annum.
Haid K. 1, Olaeis lis the nani-r ol
the leital title of the almve lecnlN-d
properly sa the same sprs'ars of rec
ord. and eneh of the other ptrons
al nvs named are lien-liv lurther in
tilled that Ada Latiglillti will apply
to the Circuit Court of the county
and state sloresiild for a decree fore
closing the Hen agalnat the pntMrty
above lescrtlsd and mentioned In
ftulil lMiriirl(ik(A Altil fritii mm liuiultw
...... ...........v.. ...... H f
summoned to apis-ar within sixty
.1 . Mr...B M i n ... . . ... . .....
imv nm-f itv Him nuuil III I lift
THE PARISIAN MILLINERY
LAND! LAND !
VHi ACHES, .1 intlt'tt ftim I.nkevtew, tonced, k"I grit In and nlfttlfit
IhiiiI, SXi.Ot) i-r urro.
it'iO ACHES, 3 in Urn fntm Eakrvfrw, finrrd, hottmn hi ml, nulf-lrrl-Ktel,
tlnn fnr trrtin or alfulf, $.M 00 t acre, tonus.
010 ACHES, CrtH'k tlirouxh It, VJ0 arm mrilo; fciirnl, luiii.se,
bnrn, r omits. Hi: An excvlliut dairy or kiikthI funning
imposition. t'rhi $24 00 ier crc, easy terms.
3:H) ACHES on main road, B mill's out In Irrlxatltm District, house,
small hum, partly fi-nced. I'rlce $1.1.00 per acre, one-third cash.
.'OO ACHES, near Lakeview, good house, harn, all fenced, farming
and pasture hind, vreek through It, water year around. Crlce
917.00 per acre.
JflO ACHES, VJ miles from Lakeview. Foot hill ranch, on main
road, house, shed, harn, several springs, HO acres good farm
land, 40 acres tlmlter balance pasture, plenty outside range
'J horses, 4 cows, good wagon, buggy, a sets harness, all farm
ing tools, LV tons hay. The timber will nearly pav for the
place. I'rlce fJOOO.OO; or without stock, tools, etc., $1000.00,
Several large aud small tract In (loose Lake Valler at Xew I'lnn
Crcik. No better land In the West for tiult, itenlvs. Vegeta
bles, alfalfa and grain.
Lakuvlmw Town Property and Lake County Land a
will mako big money for Invottorm It
bought at prmmont low prlooa.
100 Pair of Ladies' Low Cut Shoes at
have a number of Bargains in
Ladies' High Shoes
wil 111 tii tiM exriuidve of the (lu.v of said
llrat piilillcsilon, snd defeiiil IhU ac
tion or i-nv lbs aiininiit due ns adovs
sIiiihii touether with costs Mild an
rrtied Inlereat anil In ca of your
failure lo do so, a decree HI Im rend
ered foreeh sins the Hen ot said taxes
and roM against tho land and pre
Itilaes iiliuve unuieil.
This sumnioiis is published by onr
of the llotioiable llemr L Hensnn,
Judge 1 f the Circuit Court of the atate
of Oregon, fur the county of Lake.
1 nd ml. I unler was made ami dated
ttitM 'J.MIi day of HepU'inls-r, 1011, and
the date of the flrat publleailoii s!
this aiiitiiiiotis Is the iStU day of Sap
AllprisTss and paper In this pro
cei'illng limy be srved upou the un
derolgneti reoldlng within the stats of
Oregon, at tho address hereafter
CLINTON A. A M lilt OS i;.
Attorney for I'laloilrf.
Addreaa, 31.1 Wimhlogton at., Port
land, On iiiin.
J. D. V ENATUK,
Deputy Prosecutliig Atlornev liks
County. Oniiin. K'pt2H NovO.
HI? Correct tliinL'S
T in Pattern lints of
Li. 1. : .. 1 . ..t ..
111c iiiurai oiib.i,
The most tlcsira
blc slinpcs. colors
nnd qunlities nrc
now reatly ior in
spection nt our show-
rooms. Our line includes
hij:h class Velours, Nnj)
petl. Heavers and plain
Felts in the smartest and
snappy shapes for ladies,
misses and children. We
claim to have no com
petition in this depart
ment if you consider
Class, Quality.Style and
Why don't you eliminate
Call and convince yourself.
WE8T OF COURT HOUSE