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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1912)
A complete line of
wagon imuI bujfjfj
barn ess, whip,
robea, btta, rtttten,
ettet), etc, etc.
Kverj thing In the
line of earrtaire
and horse furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
R. U. KOGEKcJ
S. A. MUSH EN
W. J. ARCHER
S. A. MUSH EN & CO.
SUKVEVING. MAPPING AND
BLUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY
BLUE PRINTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, $1 00 EACH
WHITE PRINTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, 11.25 EACH
LAND REPORTS MADE
GET TKICES ON
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
WILLOW RANCH, CAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
OF MY OWN
MA NUPA CTURE
SUITABLE FOR HARD USAGE FOR SALE
It yon cannot be fitted properly
or you have bad feet, ril make
you a pair of Shoes or Iiootn
to measure that will fit yon,
and 't'III make them, if neces
sary, iu one day. I absolutely
refuse to make Dress Shoes be
cause I am not equipped for It,
but if you want m pair of Shoes
that will wear, you can get
them here at reasonable prices.
Salleil bottom Shoes from $5.00
Hand-sewed welts from $6.00
LEO HASEL. SHOEMAKER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. CORY, teaaeo
LAKEVIEW . OREGON
Operates Stages, carrying United State Mali, Express and Paucngen aa tba
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOnOBILES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WJTM THE STAGES
Klamath Falls Route
Davis Creek Route
Devi. C csk
J. MURPHY, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
TEN YEARS AGO
I (Prom Lrtk Count? Examiner.
March 18. 1902.)
Dr. T. Vinton Hall Uft vtntcrda
mornlns for New York Citv to take.
' a three-months course of lectures in the)
j leading? hied 1 cat enlleoe in that citv.
1 Uoon his return Dr. Hall will be finish
ed In all modern methods of medical
science. He fore going eaat he will visit
!hla relatives at Mrvtle Point and will
Hi Mannerinir last Saturday morn-
in returned from Garfield. Washing
ton, where he canted the winter with
relatives. Hi looks like he wintered
well. He is mentioned as a probable
candidate for the nomination for clerk
of Lake countv.
In the probate court. Tonnins-sen.
Judge, the matter of a rejected claim
against the estate of Kubv Clark, by
the administrator. F. M. Miller, was
heard last Monday and Tuesday. The
claim was made by a New York woman
named Jewell, through her attorney
C. H. Dalrvmole. for 1700. L. P. Conn
is attorney for the administrator. The
court deeided against the claimant.
W. H. Shirk. State land agent, re
turned last Friday from Reno. Mr.
Shirk has been SDendina a good Dart
of the winter in Reno and San Fran
cisco. Treasurer Lee Beall forwarded to the
State Treasurer, last Tuesday. Lake
County's check for the sum of nearly
.10.000 State tax money.
J. W. Mikel. who has had under lease
for a Ions time the Frank Lane place-
just at the outskirts of Lakeview has
given ud possession of the residence
part of the lease to Mr. Lane tor a con
sideration. The latter will take ooeaes
ison of the residence and make some
extensive improvements there on. In
the trade Mr. Mice! gets two acres of i
excellent land just south of Deadman !
creek and has bought from the agent
of W. P. Huff the building formerly I
ACTIVE AGAINST TRUSTS
Present Administration Haa Waged
People avncrtilly have never given
President Taft credit for the remark
able activity of his administration
attains! the trusts. Unlike his prede
cessor In office, he did not hunt the
trim I a with brass bnmta, trumpets and
flying banners. He did not advertise
to the far corners of the country what
be Intended doing before be started
lu campaigning against the big com
binations of capital.
Out the fuct Is, that Prcaldont Tart
baa done more In flouting the trusts
than any other president In the his
tory of the country. A number of the
biggest monopolies have boon dis
solved by prosecutions, at the direc
tion of President Taft, notably the
Standard Oil and Tobacco Trusts.
During the three years . tn office,
there have been Instituted under the
Sherman Anti-Trust Act, thirty seven
prosecutions of Illegal combinations
of capital. A number of these have
already been successful and the peo
ple may look for the favorable con
clusion of many others. This Is a re
cord that throws In the shade the
performances of any other president,
although It covers but three years.
President Roosevelt was quite active
In fighting the trusts, yet In bis seven
years in office, from 1901 to 1908, he
caused but forty four suits to be
brought against the trusts.
TO PROBE LIVING COST
President Taft Wsnts to Know Cause
of High Prloes.
One subject in which the average
householder has a vital Interest Is
, tho high cost of living. Much has
, been written and spoken about the
, ever growing expense of the American
I household, but the blame for the con
dition which seems to prevail all
! over the country has not yet been
President Taft proposes to do this,
and one of the most timely subjects
he has discussed recently is this same
problem. President Taft propose to
usea as a meat market oDooetie tnt B,min. -,.,mi.inn .i.Hnr nf
j experts, to carry on an Investigation
building was moved last Saturday
Mr. Mikel's new location and will
converted into a residence.
as to why food prices are steadily
going Kkywurd. The middleman Is be-
' lng freely blamed because It seems to
Jim Turpin and Pete Grob. returned ' co.st more each year to live and many
to the desert last Saturday to look
after their flocks. Turpin's csmD is to
be the desert cost office for the next
few weeks, as he has had loads of mail
for the bovs out there for miles about.
The bovs are making bets that John
Basey will be a trick bicyclist or an
"Ole Oleson" before he returns.
The "ve'.low flag" no longer floats
to the breeze in Lakeview. As the i
Examiner stated last week the small j
dox has been completely stamocd out 1
and eradicated here. I
It is understood that a force of 2T0 j
men will be out on to work the Che- i
wauan Land aod Cattle Company's!
canal early in the soring. j
The town council held s regular meet-1
ini: on Tuesday evening,
orders made was a new ordinance
granting the right of way within the
coroor'te limits ot the town to H. V.
Gates to build snd maintain a tele
phone avstem. the line to run from
Ashland to Lakeview, Drovided the con
struction of said line begin within a
given time and that the town be given
certain privileges on the line. The
matter of draining Dewev and Water
streets was referred to the street com
mittee. Tom Beall. brother of Lee Beall the
Lakeview druggist, and well known in
this vicinity, has been apooirted bv D.
W. Earle & Co., the forwarding mer-j
chants as their representative at
believe the charges well founded.
President Tuft's proposed commission
would ascertain this fact acctirntely,
and tho cauxea once loarned, it Is
thought tho problem could be solved.
President Taft hlii'M'lf snys of the
plan: "One c;itiiT:al. kI initios of
such an official invalidation u.id re-
i port. Is tho onV;-h'j!-.J and iaf n:ied
pilbllt; or'Plo-i, V h r.f P.: I', will
L.r. i i .
r form of
COMES C. GOOD STCCK
Excursion rates for the Summer fes
tivals and national conventions to be
held on the Pacific Coast during 1012
have been fixed at one and one-third
fares and liberal stop-over privileges
will be granted. Events provided for
are: Mystic Sbriners at Los Angeles
in May. Rose festival in Portland In
June, the Elks at Portland in July, the
Golden Potlatch at Seattle in July, and
the Montamara Festo at Tacoma.
Alaskans predict that 1912 will be an
expectionallv active season in the
North. Large quantites of stores and
machinery are collecting at the various
Pacific seaports, to be ruBhed north as
soon as navigation opens. There have
been extensive mining activities during
the winter months, which pressge im
portant clean-ups this spring. The vari
ous transportation companies have been
adverising Alaska extensively of late,
so thst a large Influx of investors is
President Taft Family Just
People for Generations.
Pres-.ideut 'faffs family halls oris-
Among thelnallv from Miinsachusptts, tho town
of Uxbrldge. Tafia are said to be so
thick there that even a woman cannot
throw a stone without bitting one.
The Tafia held a re-union at Ux
brldge In 1874 and descendants of the
original Robert Taft flocked there
from all parts of the country. Alphon
so Taft, the father of the Prealdent,
delivered an historical address at this
re union In hlch he made a some
what remarkable prophecy, all with
out being conscious of it. This is
what he said, the account being taken
from the report of the re-unlon pub
lished at the time:
"Our family has not embarked much
upon national politics, except that
they have shared in the battles of the,
country when National Independence
was to be won and also when the Un
ion was at stake. But brilliant politi
cal careers have not been character
istic of the Tafts of the paat. It is
not safe to say what may be in store
for them. There Is a tide In the af
fairs of men and aluo of families."
Alphonso Taft himself started the
turn of the tido which he then predict
ed. His son William, who was later
to have a brilliant career as Secretary
of War, and still later as President,
was that year entering Yale.
The Taft ancestors have been of
mighty good stock. Peter Taft (1715)
is reported to have been "a large,
good looking man with a magnani
Aaron Taft, another ancestor, was
also magnanimous, so much so, that
he lost money by endorsing a friend's
notes. Despite this fact he is report
ed to have been a man of great Intel
ligence, aa' well as Integrity. Going
still further back, there was Captain
William Taft who captured Blarney
Castle In the 16th century.
Through the good offices of Asahel
Curtis, photographers and explorer, a
conference has been arranged for the
purpose of settling the Mount Ranier
Mount Tacoma controversy. This will
be attended by committees from Seat
tle snd Tacoma. representing the fore
most commercial bodies and activities.
It is realized thst the difference as to
name is harming a proper advertising
of its tourist features. It is believed
that bv thrashing out the whole con
tention, a solution csn be obtained.
Party Rich In Traditions.
The Republican party is not only
rich In men, but rich in practical and
beneficial principles. It is rich, too,
in its record of promises performed
and pledges fulfilled, and so we are
for party and party principles first
and acquiesce in the choice of tbe
majority, rallying around the standard
bearer, who wi!l carry us again to
victory. Hon. James 8. Sherman,
A Good Position
Can tw had by amtiitloua young
men ami Indies lu tho field of 'MVIro
less" or railway telegraphy. "Hlnce
the 8-hour law became effective, and
allien the wireless coiupiuilea nre es.
tnbllahlntf stations throughout the
country ther Is n great ahortngo tif
telegrapher. Positions pay Is'gln
em (rout U to f"0 pvr month, with
good ctmuct of lulvuncrnient. The
National Telegraph Institution of
Portland, Or., operates under super
vilon of R. K. nod m in less officiate
and plnce nil gritduati a Into posi
tions. It will pay ou to write theiu
lor full delnl s.
Victor and Edison
Disc end Cylinder
ON SALE AT
Hall & Reynolds
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
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W. F. PAINE & CO.
The Reflex Edge
keeps out every drop of water from the
front of the PATLNTED
Fish Brand Reflex Slicker
Biakinc tkte the only thoroughly water
proof garment on tho market. Sim
ple. ey to faetrnonly 5 buttons. YooU
bad the Ba1 very serviceable,
j. j. lower m.
fjri, Tower Canadian Co., Ld.
'dfBRrff rem Toronto.
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norma sou Mf ai
Live hlM I'rot.T
Mod Aiftoclatlou, cj
which tbe umler
will irlva IMUuuo
reward tot evidence
. ?aii)rat "d conviction
. 'Vol an pert jr or per-
tleaati aline horxit.
cattle or mulvs be
longing to auy olfte
,n addition to the above, tbe unilenlened
tffere on tbe esme condition IMO.oo lor all bora
te branded horav-ahue ber on ttotn or either
s. Hrand recorded In elgbt counties. Kange
Harner, Lake and Croon couutlee. Uoraua
rented wben sold.
Noue but grown hora.'aanld. and only In lame
tabohee W. W, Ubuwn, file. Oregon.
SHINGLE MILL OUTFIT
Consisting of boiler,
engine, mill with 2 saws,'
1 drag saw outfit, wag
on and logging dray.
Will sell cheap.
mU 'SeeJ. A. WOODS
Good wiring" is
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it.
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neteiery ol 1 reaeury
Secretary el War
attorney tlrnvral. .,
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All 1'ructk-e Eicept U. $
Attorney at Law
. and Notary Public
J, D. VENATOK
Attorney .1 Law,
Ijind Slaltrra MueirlulO
Land and Law Ofilce
Abstractor of Tltlea
KatablUbsd IHN8 lkrl. , Or
W. LA1K TllOMl'hON
Attorney at Law
OlIW In O. V. L. Oo.'s liuiliiiuir
S. A. Ml'SHEN.
Hurveyluif und Kuglneertng
Halus No. 1 Itkevlew
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