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And SECOND ANNIVERSARY SALE
Beginning Saturday, March
23rd, and Ending April 6th
West of Court House
S USUAL, we are going to show our appreciation to the
ladies of Lake County for their generous patronage, by
trivial? a Souvenir of our Sccoml Amiivirsirv. n lwrmtirnl
Japanese rercoiator i eapot with every purchase of 5.00 and over. Remember there is onl v
u.m,u.uCru. xncbe ucauiuui pits, so wcvnnt you to oin in ami iret one. We will
TNN lilt 1M
KiSIR'l III1. 'WF
' i , , , ; T " v . 7 ., , V " " mm gee one. we win
xt t, have on display over two hundred models ofall the leading styles of the New York and Chicago
Markets. There is positively no two hats alike and every hat you will sec in our store is made in our
own work room. In connection with our Millinery Opening, we will have on display a New York
sample line ot beautiful readv made nrossps. m tho npw Snnnn 1 -n . , ' . . , e
r ; r. , , .' v" "i "u" u miks. jusc me inmg ior
-J w-S1!? - !"CJ r V y ire,Uam c- rnt"1 80 h?rc on t,,c 3rtl J H"cre "'". Our line is complete
in bilk and Wash Waists, Muslin Underwear, Silk Petticoats. Hosiery. Gloves, and everything from a knit vest to an outside
garment Do not forget about our Portfolio of Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts, made to your measure for less money than vou
pay for a ready-made. As usual our prices are lower than ever. We can prove to vou when vou luiv for cash, that vm. Van
save from 10 to 2o We challenge any mi l.nerv store in the State to produce the St vie, (Juality and Worhn.anship on ni.v hat
we are showing, for the same price. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. Don't fort the date: Saturday, March L'.'ird .
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Lakeview, Oregon, Thursday, March 14, 1912
Unless there should be marked
change between now and the primary
eletion next month. John P. Rusk will
no doubt receive the Reoublican nom
ination in this district for Congress.
His nomination will be brought about
by reason of the fact that there are so
roanv asoirants for the position in oo
poeition to him. Should he be successful
in securing the coveted nomination it
is almoat certain that Lake County will
have a candidate for Congress in
person of Dr. B. Dslv. our present
Countv Judge. Dr. Dalv's onlv draw
back is his do) i tics, for it is conceded
the onlv serious problem is that of the
disoosal of the aewage after it has
passed through the septic tank, for all
are agreed that the seDtic tank is ab
solutely necessary, there being no
stream or body of water into which a
direct discharge may be made. The
flow from the seDtic tank may be pro
vided for in different ways, as for in
stance it may he used in irrigation oi
filtei beds mav be provided. However,
the lay of the land west of town pro-
the 1 vides but little fall, and hence during
! trta at a at an (ria fl rts van nit 11 im ntia
the surface and freeze unless confined
in some way. The necessity for oro-
not onlv in Lake county but throughout "ding for the disposal or the sewerage
the state that he is one of the big men j before olanning the avstem itself is
of Oregon, and his standing is such ; therefore plainly evidenced.
that the would poll a very heavy vote
ia everv county in the district. He has
taken a prominent part in the good
roads movement, being a leading mem
ber of the Oregon Good RoadB Com
mission, and has been prominently
identified with the progress of the
Range is Scarce
There Is much Inquiry for hay and
range nowadays. It being reported that
manV thousands of cattle are to be
shipped Into the upper country from
Arizona. New Mexico and other drought
State for the past 25 years. His stsnd- ridden sections. The expediency of
ing here at home is such that he will the proposition from a financial stand
received nine-tenths of the vote cast at j ooint is (mentioned bv some who have
the November election, should he shv i had experience along that line. It is
bis bat into the ring, a la "Teddv." j contended that cattle brought from
and in Klamath and Harney Counties aucb warm climates cannot stand the
he is held in eaaullv high esteem. In j rigors of the upland winters, and they
the Columbia river counties, as well as ; lack the vitality to stand the change
in Baker. Union. Wallowa and Grant : "t altitude as well. Instance? are cited
he will also have a strong following,
for tbe peoDle there are verv anxious
to be represented bv a strong clean '
man who has the ability to make him
self felt in Congress. I
Should Rusk be unsuccessful and 1
some strong Recbulican secure the'
nomination then it is likely that Dr.
Daly will refuse the Democratic nom
Dr. Smith, of Lakview was in town
last weok in attendance ucon the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Diumm.
Judge E. M. Brattain. of Lakeview.
was in town several dava last week
looking after hia varied interests In j
this Dart of tbe countv. j
George Whorton. of Lakeview. ac-1
comoanied couple of drummer to !
Paisley in a big Doris car Tuesday.
They made the trio from the countv I
seat in three and one-auarter boura. j
and returned the same day. '
Robert Coolev. brother of George. J
ot this town, arrives today from j
Cottage Urove. to look after his
brother, who is seriously ill. j
H. H. Riddels, thi contractor, who ;
it ia expected will do the work for the .
Northwest Townsite company, has pur
chased twenty head of mules from W.
B. Parker. i
William LaSater. Deputy State Game
Warden, is about town this week. He
has promised us some news in bis line
and now we are wondering what he has :
ud his sleeve.
W. H. Tucker has leased the Blair
hotel for a term of rive years, and in
tends to put in a short order eating
house with lodgings on the side. We
understand that be will thoroughly ren
ovate the premises and put them in at
tractive sbaoe for the summer trade.
With the large number of people that
will be in Paisley this vear. this house
should prove a veritable gold mine.
1014 CLASS HAS
Each Member Appeared in
New Pine Creok Items
Silver Lake Items
f Silver Lake Leader i
Fort Rock and Fremont will soon
have a new industry in the form of a
creamery and cheee factory to be in
corporated and operated on a oo-opera-tive
basis, according to correspondence
received bv tbe Leader from tbe north
Returning from a winter's trio to
the coast, Mr. L. Kliopel and family
of Summer L.ake. passed through town
where a loss of auite 50 per cent has i Sunday en route home. It is reported
been suffered in bringing cattle intoi in railroad circles, save Mr. Klippel,
the urner country, while still
lostfcs are also enumerated.
ACT AT ONCi:
There must te no delay in getting
heavier that 9.000 tickets to roast states were
sold March 1. the first day of the colo
nist excursions. Many of these tickets
were to Bend and other Central Oregon
Socialists of Fort Rock precinct will
make a splash in Lake county politics
at the April primaries, the following
The present cold snap and near im
mitation of winter weather had caused
! a marked change from our past warm
HDell. There is some frost in the ground I
h;..k L. .. a m - K I
-u.i-u u-o uuemu.w irk.t J.I. .nM will h in rh fl-M
for the present.
This change in climatic conditions
Sheriff John Ernst. Commissioner L.
sewerage system under wav. Lakeview decidedly in favor of crop prospects Coroner Ray Nash
na reacneu me state where such a nu eautc-iaiiv u iruu growers, as asiae
putlic utility is absolutely necessary.
With the Heryford building under way
and other similar structures being
plsnned some system of disposing
the sewage is absolutely necessary.
from conserving moisture it will keep
back the budding of frjit trees until
the proper time when we are assured of
of ' no following cold snaoa that might like-
If .lv kill the fruit. The continuation of
it is not provided then it will be im
possible to go ahead in the development
rf the town in the manner now being
planned bv men of welatb. And should
a system not be installed it is not nec- i
essarv for the Examiner to state what '
the result will be. No one is so blind !
that he cannot see what a loss Lake
view would suffer. During warm wea-i
titer the stench arising from cesspools 1
and privies in numerous parts of town'
Is almost unbearable, ana It is neves
this weather means that spring will
open at the opportune time for the pest
interests of all tanners.
At a recent meeting of tbe State
Board of Game and Fish Commissioners
in Portland, it wau decided to stock GO
fresh-water lakes in the Cascade Range
with trout. Rainbow trout will be
used in the majority of the lakes, but
a quantity of Eastern brook trout also
win be furnished, and State Warden
N.Firestone. Clerk Percy Atkinson.
John Scbaub. Justice of Peace Scott
Beeler. Both Republicans and Demo
crats of the Fort Rock district have
lost followers who bave joined the ranks
of Socialism. Although U. F. Cady,
Republican candidate for the nomina
tion of county clerk, believes bis
chances are strengthened by the advent
of a socialist ticket in the field, there
is little argument upon which to base
sarv that thev be atated at the earliest i ' ,n,Iev wa.8 offered to investigate the
possible moment. There is not a single Zlll'Ll r?LX 'A-hS
ntorra-nt to spare, and the commendable , sort of tish are best adapted to them,
efforts of the City Council should be ' A Relegation of Ushermen from Ore-
ably seconded in getting the work un- ful . tV.nted V?1.1!1"11 'Mt he
, ... I fan to close tke Wi lame tie between
der way as soon as possible. the Falls and Ooo City to nVt fish-
As stated in the Examiner lust week, j ing.
Mra. Miller entertained the Ladies
Aid of the M. E. church at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. V. L. Sneiling,
Wednesday afternoon. March 6. Alter
the usual business meeting dainty re
freshments were served. Those present
were: Mesdames Walters, Woods, T.E.
Bernard, Combs. Alger. Nolte. Leon
ard. Wm. Bernard, D. Cronemiller,
Barnes. Fetsch. McArthur. Russell,
F. Cronemiller. Foster. Linville. Tracy,
Dver. Angstead. Sellman. Warren,
Cumha. Dvkeman. Chnnrtlpr. Cloud.
'Trwtier, Harris. Miller and Schminuk.
A verv enjoyable affair in the wav of
a unlaue social was given bv the class
of 1914. Chautauua Circle, at the coav
home of Miss Delia Sneiling. Monday
evening. March 4th. This was the
regular appointed time for class study,
but after the lesson the memters and
guests bade "dull care flee awav" and
abandoned themselves to pleasure
and merriment, entering into the pre
pared program with almost hilarious
enthusiasm. Each memoer and invited
guesi naa oeen reauestea to appear
in costume representing some advertise
ment found pictured in newspapers and
magazines. It has been said that Lake
j view women cannot be outdone when
1 it comes to gcting up costumes. Ye
scribe is assured of the fact that in this
case the advertisers would have award
ed each representative a gold medal
had thev been present on thia occasion,
Especially would thev have been pleas
ed with the famoua class of 1914. Misi
Delia Sneiling representing Baker's
Cocoa: Miss Mabel Sneiling Zu Zu.
with striking costume and atheletlo
stun': Mrs. Harry Bailey in Dutch
Clesnser costume, using vigorously her
big atlck: Mrs. Geo. Johnson adorable
in the quaint picturesque Quaker Oats
characer. and Mrs. T. V. Hall in ber
mischievous Chef of Cream of Wheat
role. Certainly 1914 took the honors of
picturesque and fetching costumes
Three maids of Japan in beautiful cos
tumes, art creations from Japan, rep
resented Japalac. These were Mrs. N.
T. Corv. Miss Pearl Hall and Mrs. F.
A. Ftzpatrick. Mra. V. L. Sneiling and
Mrs. D. C. Schmlnck were what one
might describe as "perfectly killing"
in their costumes of Gold Dust Twins.
Thev were awarded the prize, a bar of
Ivorv soao to enable them to regain
their erstwhile complexions. Other
costumes much admired were "Cream
of Wheat Kid.', Mrs. Thos. Farrel.
"Chef of Cream of Wheat," Miss Jose
phine Beach : "Domino Sugar." Miaa
Burgess; "Diamond Dyes." Mra. J.
N. Watson: "Kodak Girl." Miss Rice:
"Banner Flour." Miss Corbett: "Bak
er's Coccs." Mrs. T. E. Bernard and
Mrs. Daniel Cronemiller.
Neat and dainty bound booklets were
provided for each one present to
"write" a atorv of "Vacation Days"
in telling pictures cut from up-to-date
magazines. Scissors and paste being
furnished every one "got busy". Tbe
result or thia contest waa the awarding
of a prize, a box of Dutch Cleanser, to
Mrs. Cronemiller. Alter the Intellec
tual feast each found place cards
pretty souvenirs in the shape of hand
painted "Mra. Dutch Cleansers" at the
Chautauua Round Table. Thia table
itself waa a beautiful picture, decorat
ed with candles, potted plants, class
colors and covers for tweny-four. The
menu consisted ot well advertised foods
and was heartily partaken of in three
course luncheon. A dispatch waa sent
for two Chautauoua nurses represented
bv Miss Vernon and Mra. W S. Pryse
for possible emergencies. Thev arriv
ed bv airship route, but services wero
not needed as all survived until the
wee sma' hour. The class of 1914 were
heartily congratulated bv the departing
The Scouts of the Union Sunday
School planned and carried out a very
successful surprise party, at the home
of Mrs. George Crowder for their
teacher Mrs. Cora Kirkpatrick on the
eve of her departure fur Craig. Mrs.
Kirpatrlck has worked verv hard and
A. C. McArthur. and family, former
llv of Santa Barbra countv Ol.. have
located in Lakeview. lie la an exper
ienced carpenter and has been employed
since arriving here.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKII- A rrlliMiIe li.mir.fii-i. arrl.
faithful for the bovs. And thev took! rrwitti executive nlnlltv. A irood
p'opoMtluii fr aiiexprilci'Ci'd writer
who annlM t IrlliT IiIm rKot
condition. Aildri-M wl'h rrli-reore.
Apply hiiumnt r ottlc. M14 AIM
thia wav to show that her work had not!
been in vain. And to exnresa their
appreciation and love for her thev
presented her with a beautiful souvenir
spoon, with the word "Scouts" engrav
ed on the gold bowl. Games were play,
ed until late in the evening when re
freshments were served. As the good
nights were said one little fellow look
ed uo with hanov face and said.
"I'll never forget it." and his senti
ment was repeated all over the room.
S. Gillett and two daughters Grace
and Rubv have returned home. 'Ihev
have oeen spending the w inter In Santa
Rosa for the bcnet of Grace's health.
Their manv frienda are glad to wel
come them back and to know the warm
climate was so benificial to Miss Grace.
The Commercial Club will meet next
Wednesday evening. Everv bodv in
vited to attend.
Dr. Amaden made a professional trio
to Lakeview Saturday.
Corv in Vinvard arrived home last
week, after spending the winter in the
Mrs. Mattie Follett is spending the
week with her sister, Mrs. Woodcock
of Lakeview. Mrs. Woodcock leaves
Friday for Portland where she will re
ceive medical attention.
Dalv Robinett opened hia law ofEce
in Alturas Monday March 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Bureun were business
cullers in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Frowler of
Santa Ana. Cal.. who have been spend
ing severs! davs here left Monday for
New mining men are coming In everv
dav. Those registered at the Lake
Hotel Monday were: B. F. Gradv. of
Klmberlv. Nev. : F. Murpnv. C. B.
Culver, and Jamea Sorouse. of Winne
mucca. Nevada: and A. C. Mitchell of I
J. P. Branlev left Monday for Oak
land, but will return: in a short time.
Hershel Fleming has returned from a
six weeks absence in the south.
Mrs. O'Neil left Monday for a weeka
visit at Lakeview and Crane Creek.
Tbe Aporn bazaar held lasi Saturday
afternoon was a decided success.
FOK HALE, l.KAM. (IK KKNT
Forty ucti-M, th HV t4- the NE
l Hve. 18. Tp. :i'J, lUnue ill Water
rlxhl for nil Iih IuiIihI. Knpy terms.
M like m mi offer Aitlre K. II.
Slum. ( Irvlxvlllc Ohln. M-14 21
Full NA l.F. or III innle reKitrel
Ktii(i1tlillliod hounds lor O.V. Land.
Will luruiah ptiiitoH Hid Orarrlptlon
of IiouihIm to nil ii.trrvsircl parties.
AddrdHM K. C. Jirktioii, .Nltli, ,e
l.ni-Un. I.. II: -4.
Continued on l'nm Tluev
FOR COI NTV CI.KliK
E. R. Patch
1 hereby niinnut.c nnw-lf n candidate
for thi nomination (or tli otllce of
Couul.v Clerk of Lake County, Ore
Koli. aulJtH-t lo till' eililoraemeiit of
the IviiKM-rntlc purty at lint Pri
mary Nominal Ihk elect Ion lo be
held In niiUi cuiiuty on (he IWtli day
of April, E. It. PATCH.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
F. O. Ahlatrom
I "hereby announce, myself a candi
date for the nomination for Treas
urer of LakeCouuty oo the Republic
can ticket, subject lothe will of tike
people at the primary election to
be held oo April lytl,, Sji.
V. O. AIILisTROM.
NOTICE FOR PUm.IirATlON
Not Coal 1-hiicIk
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oro -on.
March 1'2. 112.
NoticH In hereby Riven that Sydney
M. Luce, ol I'IiihIi. On., who. on
March 11, I'.KIH, made Wrt laml en
try No. (17, Herlal No. 011171, for MVW
1. HEV KEU H. c 2. NK
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Boy's Day was observed at the Union
Sunday School last Saturday. A large
crowd waa in attendance. The Baptist
people dismissed their Sunday School
and all came over to encourage the
boys. The bovs did credit to their part
of the program, but were very much
disappointed as Mr. Blglow. who was
to give the "Bov'a Day" address, did
not arrive in time as the train was an
hour and a half late.
It is understood that New Pine Creek i
is to have a crack ball team this year,
and a full new outfit was ordered last
The High Urade Brass Band held
their first practice night before last
and are doing fine for new beginners.
See 12. towiiHhlp ;jo H., ranp. 21 E.t
VtillitiiiMtu, Meridian, IM til it n.. i Ice
of intention to m.tke Unnl prool. to
establish claim tn the laud alxive de
KTlhed, before Reenter .and Receiver
U. 8. Land office at Lakeview. 're
oo the I'Otb day of April, 11)12.
Claimant names as wltiieatiea:
Charles ClialHtrand, of Plush, Ore
gon, C. Haldermao, of I'IumIi, Oreiron,
U'llll LI I . . ... .
William BchUNter, of I'lusli Oreu. n.
and Nolan Currey, of Lakeview, Or-
guests for the success of the evenings
entertainment which will not soon be
forgotten. Al' hoped to have a flash
light picture of the characters taken
by Mrs. Watson.
U. U. ESSPEE.
NOTICE TO CitEIMTORtt
Iu tlm County Court of tlm State of
Oregon, for Lake County.
In the matter of the Estate of. )
JACOB R. HAMERhLY, f
Notice is hereby given thai the UO
derHlgued, H. M. Fleming, was liy an
order of Hoo. 11. Diilv. .1 iwi.... thu
County Court of the County of I,ake,
Ntate of Oregoo. duly nude and en
tered in the above entitled court and
matter ou the 4th day of March, A.
I). 11U2, appointed administrator of
tlieeotate of Jacoli It. Ilamerutu
! wjued. ami hint duly qualified as such
uumiiiiMiraior. Now all persons
having elalins against said decedent or
Maid extate are hereby required to
present the same duly Verified aud ac
companied with the proper vouchers,
to the uiulorMignl at his office
n lit general merutiaiidlno tttore
in tho town ot New I'lue
Creek, Lake County, Oregon,
within alx months from the dale of
the flrnt publication of this notice.
Dated aud flrat )IiIIIhIumI thin 14th
day of March, A. D. IIU2.
... ii. M. FLEMINO,
AdmlniMtrator of tbo Em tat of
Jacob K. llfiuiiTHlv, Deceased.