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Begin JAN. 3, Continue FOUR WEEKS
Every citizen of tregon is cordially in vital to
attend the short courses of the Oregon Agri
cultural College, beginning Jan .'I. Eleven dis
tinctive courses will he oll'ered in Agriculture,
Mechank' Arts, liomestic Science and Art.
Commerce, Forestry and Music livery course
is designed to HELP the student in his daily
work. Make this a pleasant and proli table
winter outing. So tuition. treasonable ac
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If you cannot he fitted properly
or you have had f'ft. I'll make
you a pair of Shoes or Hootn
to measure that will tit you,
ami will make them, if neces
sary, in one day. I absijntely
refuse to mike I'ress Shoes he-
cuwe I am uot equipped for it,
hut if you want st pair ofshoes
that vviV wear, you can get
them here at reasonable prices.
Xalled bottom Shoes from fJ.M
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LEO HASEL, SHOEMAKER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO,
Abstracts to O.V.L. Property
v for each tract of land in Lake Co.
wfei 5l lJ I ,or eac'1 Town Lot in Lakeview,
v km m V Xsf Oregon, including first deed from
- ' the Company.
Get our special prices for Abstracts of Title to any
real estate in Lake County.
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
Uaily Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at ... f:05 A. M.
Arrives a tKeno, Nevada, at - - .:0." I'. M.
'nam 1 leaves Keno, Nevad, at - 8:15 A. M.
Arrives- at Alturas at 9:50 P. M.
S. I'. Co's Trains leave Keno as fo-lovvs:
No. t'i Leaves 1,'ino 'n ho ''rimrlHOo at 7 Jit P.M.
" 9 Leaves. Jit-uu for ,Sid r raiu-lsco at U 50 Midnight
(No pus njrer taken on this train )
" 3 lA-nen Peno for r-an l-'rHticineo tit 1:4 J I'. M.
" 4 Ienvt-H lit iKi (or the Kant at !:40 I. M.
" 2 leaves Keun for the Emt at 8:.'!0 I.
" 24 Leaven Keno for ijoiOrleld at 9:4.", J'.' M.
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
Oilers the Iie.it Closc-fn Home Sites in Lakeview!
iVenr Schools, Churches, Depot mid Business Center,
liny AW L . ts 50 x Vr, $1 10.00 to $'J7"..()0
W. F. PA INF. ft CO., - - Agents
IN GREAT. DENAND
(Continued (rum Inst week)
It ii further ordered, adjudged mid
decUred that the following named cor
dons arc dulv elected at officers of the
town of Paisley : For Mayor -C.F..
Campbell, for Aldermen It. H. Jack
son. V. Conn. M. C. Currier. It. J.
Urattain. V. (). Mortran. U. K. Can
non. Kor Kecoriler A. A. Farrow.
For Marshal. A. tl. Clarkson. For
Dated and done in enen court this
13th dav of November. I'.Ul.
In the Cotintv Court of the State of
i Oreann: for the County of Lake.
Wednedsav. Nov. 15. liUl.
C-ourt convenetl oursuant to adjourn
ment of Nov. 14. 1911. the same officers
beins present, when the following pro
ceedings were had. towit:
In the matter of the road petition for
a County Road in road District No. 10.
A petition havina been dulv filed in
this court to locate and construct a
county road in Koad District No. 10. I
Lake County. Oreaon. and it auoearinir
to this court that notice was iriven as
required bv section CJS0. Lords Oregon
Laws for morethan AO days previous
to the 1st dav of November. 1911." noti
fying all persons that application
would be made to this court at its next
session. toit on November 1st. 1911.
to locate and construct a eountv road
I m Lake Countv. Oreiion. as follows:
Uteinnina at a point in the Countv
' road at the uuartcr corner between
: sections 14 and 15. Tp. 39S.. R 19 K
W.M. thence runninir south between
said sections 14 and 15 and also between
sections 22 and 211 to the section corner
, common to section 22. 23. 20 and 27
in said Townshma and ranees to
present countv road. Also, beirinnintr
at a point in the present countv road
1 mile east of the uuartcr corner be
tween sections 17 and 13. To. 40d. K.
17K.. W.M. thence runninir south to the
SF. corner of the SW'l of the Srt'i. Sec.
2D. said towrship and runne to the
j present countv road. Also bei?innini:
j at the NW corner of See. 29. To. 40S.
! K. 19fc).. W.M. at a point in present
countv ruad. lhci.ee runmni; suuth be
tween Section 29 and M in Tn. 40S. K.
I'Y... W.M. thence cont'iiuiiij south be
tween sections 31 and 32 said town
ship and runve. thence continuing
south between section 7 and 8. and be
tween sections 17 and 13. and between
sections 19 and 2D. Tp. 418. It. 19 E.
' W.M. to the state line between Cali
fornia and Oregon. '
And no objections having been made j
to the granting of said petition it
is hereby ordered that Mr. S. A. ;
Mushen. Countv rfurvevor of said j
t'ountv, K. A. I'axton and Creed;
Pendleton, as viewers, be and thev ;
are hereby appointed to view, survey
I and report to this Court, as provided i
I v law. their findiriwrs na to the sai 1 i
proposed Countv lio J. anil thev are
farther directed lo meet at the Court .
Ho'jre in Lakeview. Oregon on the j
dav of November. l'Jll. at the :
hour of 9 o'clock, a. m. of suid dav. j
or upon their failure to meet within
five davs there1; Iter and then Hiid there
a'icl aualifv ai l immediately there
after to view, survey and report upon
said proposed roud. as above describ-1
ed. The report of F. W. 1'aynu. ;
Countv Clerk, showing that, from
Oct. 1. 1911 to Nov. 1. lull, he had is-
sued warrants amounting to 1102.00
in payment of bounty on 252 covote
and 12 t o icat.-. was examined, found
to be correct, anil the scalps and feet
destroyed according to law.
The books of F. W. I'avne. Countv
Clerk, and F. O. Ahlstrom. Countv
Treasurer, were examined on this date
and found to be correct.
Thereupon Court adjourned to meet
1 Nov. 16. 1911 at 9 o'clock a. m.
in the Countv Court of the State of
. Oregon, for the Countv of Lake,
i Thursday. Nov. 16. 1911.
! Court convened pursuant to adiourn
: merit of Nov. lo. 1911 and the same
officers being present when the follow-
ine proceedings were had towit:
' The following claims against Lae
Ciuntv. Oregon were examined, al
I lowed and warrants ordered drawn on
I the General Fund of the Countv. as bv
' law provided, in payment of the same,
' as follows, to wit :
i Mrs. M Whorton, rooms for
Jury 83 00
Mardey Whorton, runr Jury
Itlit'Hg 10 00
Holhrook, Merrll & Stetson,
keys for radiator 1 dO
Irwio. Jiohrtoii Co., mpplicH
for County Superintendent.. 10 00
Ell itehtuunint, meals for Jury
and bailiff 3 50
W. B. Snider, urreHt and re
turn of piirtoncrn, ami ex
tense of deposition of Dr.
E. II. AniHdcu at New I'iue
Creek 44 00
C. A. Kohurt, utienilance at
County Court an i mileage.. 28 40
: Lakeview Mercantile Company
, supplies 223 20
j Examiner 1'uli. Co., publishing
delinquent tax list 2750 59
I In the matter of the claim of the
Luke Countv Examiner in the sum of
58. tor publishing the delin
quent tax list for the year of 1911.
This claim has been allowed as reouir
ed bv law passed bv tne legislative
asnemblv of 19:1. This law ia unjust
' and should be repealed for the reason
Klamath Countv Chroncile: The
Klamath Valley Warehouse company
has shipped another carload of potatoes
to Ashland, this being the second to
go U that citv. The demand for Klam
ath countv potatoes is constantly In
creasing ami the indications are that
next vear will see big market for
spuds from thia locality.
Claude II. Daggett, a manager of the
local concern, stated vesterdav thut it
will be a easy matter to dispone tf po
tatoes from thia countv. provided that
white potatoes are irrown. There is no
market to the south for the blue skin
ned varietv. these having to be dispos
ed of in the vallevs to the went of here.
If white potatoes are raised thev can
bo shipped couth and easily compete
with those irrown in the Sacramento
valley. Already the reputation of the
potatoes that are grown here is spread
ing and if a soecilal effort is msde this
citv should become one of the big
shippers of potatoes in the state. j
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Shanchai. Dec. 19. Promise ot peace
in China became more definite toduv
with the announcement that all six of
the ereut powers - Japan, (ireat Urit-
tho 'Hn- "10 Cnited States. Russia France
and tiermanv- are united in a co-oner
stive eftort to assist Dr. Wu Tinir Fang ,
'and Tang Shao Vi in their netiotia-I
There was rejoicing when it was '
learned that the representatives of the
mv noiL'iT ii..ra nr.. i.u r i tor fiirmul I u
! to offer their assistance for the stieedv
j conclusion of an understanding. j
It is clearly understood that this'
action t y the powers is taken in the
most friendly manner.
I The pourparler, between Wu Ting
Fang and lanir Shao Vi cussed with
' surprising smootheness and th"rc is a
complete absence of unv strain which
' miuht hHve seriously impeded the dip
: lomatic progress of the conference. j
! It is unmistakably evident, however. ,
j that the continuation of the Manchu ;
: rule, even as concerns of the imperial
! throne Ht Peking, is considered nnlike-
Iv ti v either side. In t..is connection
j much significance is aitached to the
'statement of Tang Shao Yi that l.e tines
: not represent the throne but rather the
premier. i oupicii wihi ,u lyig
Faun's i iiilv in.-i.iti nee on the estub-
lishmci.t of n n Diihli.- this is taken to
n;t an that Yawn Shi Kai is prepared
to concede the ending of the dvnaslv.
Kvi n though the present dvnilv is
ou-ttd the Prirmir cvidei.tlv In nt-H to
retain the imperial form if eovern
ment. PO'sihlv the prc.-ci.t Emperor
designatp't as the first ru'er a new
Chinese dtna-tv ;,n i will. Ynun Shi
Kai as regent.
'I he oersomtlitv -f Yaun Shi Kai
dominates the coi.vei.tion. The great
fight among the ddcgaUi will be as
to whether the form of government is
iu oe iniueriai or repupiican. ll an
empire. Yaun will be regent. If a I
republic. Yaun will be the first presi-:
The revolutionary delegates believe,
that thev will be victorious in their'
demands for a republic. Even the ;
staunchest of the imperialist delegates '
admit that Manchu rule is doomed.
The meeting has brought from the
north manv bureaucratic Chinese, who
after twenty four hours in Shanghai. 1
express astonishment at conditions
nouth of the Yangtse.
Tang Shuo Yi's delegates evidently
are impressed with the widespread
demand for a republic, b u t
they still hope that tne combined au- j
thoritv ot lang Shao Vi and Yaun Shi
Kai will prevail. The action of the
powers undoubtedly will have weight
in the negotiations.
Comment has been aroused bv the
prominence of persons of British
nationality, both officers and others, in
connection with the conference and the
journey from Peking to the south of
Tang Shao Yi. Both at Shanghai and
at Hankow the British consul met the
boat on which Tang Shoa Yi was trav
eling down ihe Yanetese. Notwith
standing that Tang Shoa Yi landed at)
the French settlement, the British con-1
sul here took a leading part in this C " AKEES IJM UACI I
reception and persuaded him to take up Land ant Law Ofilce
his residence in his private house. Abstractor of Tltlea
The British authorities also nrovid- u"1!1'.'!"!' ,H' uine,uri
ed a guard for the housi! in which Tang
Shao Yi is residing and are assuming
the responsibility for all the arrange
ments made for him during his stay.
Tang Shao Yi'a host sees ull visitors
calling at the house and acts as a cen
sor of t.11 communications sent to or is
sued bv Tang Shao Yi.
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S. A. MUSH EX.
Hurvejlii"; ami Knifliittcrlnir
City Englmi r
Hulte No. 1 i.npiia.
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that it places an unnecessary burden
of expense upon the owners of property
and the former law providing for the
collection of taxes, which relieves the
taxpayers from the expense of publica
tion should be re-enacted.
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Office In Watson'a Block, Lake
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IJiptlil Crniiin Itul ut. Price Including, the
praying tuba is 75 routs, linguists or by
mail. The liipiid form eiiiliodu s IIih iiiuiI
Iciuul pnn'orlios of thu aoli.l prepitiutioii.