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Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
ADVERTISING If IKS.
KKiilr tnrtln 1 M1 n Inch. liwl
fO 'iaMi r-or. por month All umtlna ..
oil Mired fw twin1 ni-nth. 'ot ol compwj.
I n charged forat' cttra cbanaca. All icim
ponltton cxira. All aliort wrm aila. tra
ReMera. loom clumna. 10c. fr Una each In
aprtlon. Wan' ..!. Sc. line each Urn rtion
Card of trtanVi. 11.00. Reaolutlona o. oondo
laore. $1.M n. upward.
ftar-Tmitalent ArtTerlUltiR and Job I'rlnl-Ok-.CKfV-
A 1 utili muni be paid tha flrat ol each month.
On mr, In advance, lAOO
fnree moulha, ' .7
II not paid la i1tuc. 11.80 the yat
Nolle ! Subcrlbrf
o ubacrioera to lh Kxamlner who rvinoT
C from one locality to another, or rhrnim
their noatofllce aMn nhoiiM remember to
drop tht olTle card ao thotr paper can ba ml
drewed to the right oostofttoe.
Litkevicw, Oregon, Thursday, Soptemlier fl. Itt2
The V-to ltwT
President Taft publicly explained
his rxtrciie o( the veto power. In Jiis
naiVi tn crest crowd of farmers on
the itat fair ground in Columbus,
Ohio, he declared that a president who
4ia not ue the veto power when he
thought it should be used proved him
self a coward.
"Some of my friends say," said the
president, "that it a kin had used the
eto power as I have used it his head
would drop in the basket. Hut I am
tot a king ami that is very differeut.
The oresident has the power and it Is
bis duty if he does not approve legisla
tion to veto it. He must use the veto
when his conscience tells him, whether
kia head drnns in the basket or not. If
presidents are men and most of them
are they will exercise the veto when
they think they ought."
BE BIG SUCCESS
Force Of In
Appointees Do Not Want
To Assist In Pc
Governor West has met with several
adversaties in the beginning of the
cleanup campaign of Portland. But
nevertheless he has put his whole
aoul into the joo and it is believed be
will accomplish his desired results.
His first announcement was to ap
point Walter H. Evans as district at
torney to succeed George J. Cameron,
Dut Mr. Evans refused the job offering
as an excuse that he feared that the
appointment would cot give him au
thority to act. After this the Governor
appointed H. M. Esterly as district
attorney and personally saw that the
new prosecutor received proper recog
nition from the Circuit Court, and he
has now turned his vice crusade guns
from the District Attorney's office to
the sheriff of Multnomah county's
office, directing a letter to Sheriff
Stevens in wbicn bis duties are clearly
And be has also made an attack up-i
on Municipal Judge Tazwell. It is
stated in official circles that the Gov
ernor baa sent to Tawzell a
The comsnitte whose duty it was to
arrange for the time and place for the
institutes of the various counties of
Oregon have fixed Lakeview as the
place and October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, as
the time for the Lake County institute.
Tbe following persons have been se
cured to assist in the work of the in
stitute to be held in Lake county.
Dr. A. E. Wlnship, of Boston. Mass.,
State Superintendent L. R. Alderman,
Mrs. Mamie L Fulkerson, and E. F.
Carlton, Assistant State Superintend
ent, of Salem.
Dr. Winship has the reputation of
being one of the best institute workers
in our country as well as one of the
most successful educators in the land.
The work of Mrs. r'ulkerson will be
Portland ( devoted chiefly to the work of the . pri
mary graaes anu win ue most neipiui
to all who have primary work to do.
This applies to all the schools of Lake
State Superintendent L. R. Alder
man, and his assistant, E. F. Carleton
are known throughout the state for
their live interest in educational work.
Under the leadership of sucn a force
of couductors we may anticipate one
of tbe best instiutes ever held in Lake
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Coats
UK LAPlIvS' KUADY TO-WKAK DEPARTMENT is a new fWituro in our business in which
wo will carry Ladies' Coats, Suits, Skirts, House Dresses mid kindred lines, and Misses' and
Children's Coats and Dresses. In creating this department we are usinjj every ellort to
carry out our business policy, as in other departments in making this store in every sense
of the word, "The Home of Good Values" pvmj a maximum quality at a miniiinum
price. The first of our Ladies' and Misses' Coats have arrived, these are the foremost
styles of careful manufactures, ami show the result of expert designers. The fabrics nre
in a wide variety, including the novelty mixtures and Chinchillas, which are demanding
the attention of the fashion centers. We invite you to call and inspect the garments we
have on display, with no obligation on your part to buy. You'll get an idea of what is
going to be worn this season.
Bailey MaSSingill The Home of Good Values
Salem Dispatch Mislead
ing in Regard to Present
SHEEP SALES ARE
Dan Jones This Week
Makes Two Important
Deals Price Good
Notwithstanding the rumored puiet
period in the sheep market that usually
attends presidential years, Dan Jones
this week made two insignificant trar.a-
demand I act 'on8 ,n the sheeP 8nd mutton lineF.
A dispatch under date of August 30
from Salem to the Portland Telegram
says: "Declaring that bootlegging is
flourishing in New fine Creek, citizens
of that town have appealed to Gover
nor West to take action to eradicate
tbe evil. It is declared that both the
District Attorney and Sheriff were
aware of it, and that soon after the
(iovernor announced that be would
pay J100 reward for every bootlegger
convicted the Sheriff bad four arrested
and fined, tut thHt since then all of the
places have been in operation in defi
ance of tne law."
From the fact that Sheriff Snider
and deputies raided New Pine Creek
on August 23 and four convictions for
"tlind pigging" were secured, it
and for the recovery ly pliilntiff from
you, tif IiIm cunt and illnburMtinciitM
in tliiH hiiI t, and for ouch other and
further relief tin to the court limy Mfiu
ij ni ti !!. In the iretuiHtH.
ThU HiiiiiinotiM U puhllMlied otiri- i
Week for the rlod of x micee.
nlv nml eoiiKd-utt ve weeks In tlu
dike utiuty Kxiuniner, a new spa por
printed and txitilixh;! at I.akevlew,
I Lake County, nr.'iron, ly order of
liou. II. I'hI.v, (. oiiuty Juilne for the
County of Lake, Smte of Oregon,
ilateil Septeinler :'.r. 1912, aul the
(lute of tiie llrt (iiitilli utlon of x.'ilil
Numinous In (September f, l'J'Z, and
the date of tlicltixt publication tlieleof
Is October 17, 1IL.
I K. CONN
Attorney fur plaintiff.
cIimhct ! let into tlio iiosckhIdm .f
Haul prt'lnl'cM luiinciliutelv upon pur
etiHe t ticieof at Mich oale, and tint
hh the I line
lie directed to exeenis
a deed com e Ink Mild
Mm li piirclmwr, mm soon i
for tciltMiiptlotl of mid i
In the Circuit Court of the State of summons h Heptember 6, ll12, i
regou, for the County of Lake. the ,it,. of the lnt publication the
SUIT IN LQUITY IO FOUEl'l.OSK
seems that tie
it on this trip.'
'sorter beat Oswald to
that ho apt nff Ihp hpneh. Trim Word. I
former sheriff of Multnomah countv year-old8 to Miller & Lux's buyer. Mr.
and present candidate for sheriff on the Jo"""!d "' 10 for ,the earlinK9
anu co.iu iur mu-jear-uius. ima ne
considers a good price and it casts a
brighter phse on other large sales
Democatric ticket, formally declined!
to accept his appointment oy the I
governor as soeoial agent of the state
to make arrests and gather in evidence
In the "'clean up" campaign in Port
land. In furtherance of his fight against
"tlind pigs" and other resorts where
liquor is sold in violation of the law,
Governor West hjs addressed letters
in liniinr irtprests cf the state, civir.e
r...eat,r,n that ip nf lirmr.ra in fin,-h I si mutton tuyerS in
places must cease forthwith. He has
also notified the railroads not to haul
liquors into dry territories.
It. A. Ilawklus, Plalutiff,
Addie L. .Iack"oti, (J. V.
; Jackson, CharleH (iarner
and Ida Uaroer, iMuiid
I To Addle l.. .laekitoii and O. W.
, J ackcon. the above named (lefendeutu:
I In the i ame of the State of Orexon:
i You, an I each of you, nr heretiy re
ipilred to appear and answer the
complaint file I MiraliiMt you In the
1 above emitted Court and catine on or
before tin 17th day of October. l'JI2.
Hauler Heer on tap or in bottlen at ' 'iM day Ih-Iiik tho laMt day of the
' iiiimirnr mi fir iiiih HiimiiirinN unn n
i --- - - -
lanr day within which you are re.
quired to appear ami annwer the mild
cnliiplulnt, art fix eel by tbel'oiirtor
tier for the publication ofthix mini
innns. If you fall to appear, and aiiM
w r the Miild complaint, eaiil I'hilntiff
will apply to the uboe entitled Court
for the relief praved for and demanded
'In I'lxlntlff h complaint.
ri'i.i . :.. v t
.Lnl : . nun nun m uniuxni iwr uib milium
that are pending j,,()K SAU:. (!oe K,r.-l..u cabinet ; o( i,taiid,i a Judgment aKali.Ht you
r olluwing the above sale Mr. Jonea tiearly new. One n' iny macbiiie, , ,M ,.m., of you. tor the hiiiii of Five
disposed of a one-fcurth interest in i uoo.i as new. (,r.piiopii"in', cbaiirt Humlred DollarH, (iolHl.tHi) with In
his flock of ewes and lam'js to Earl :
Wilshire, receiving for ewes J4.S0 and 1
prt'iulHeM from hiicIi mle hIihII have ex
pired, if iinreiltei I from win li xnle,
and t hat I'laiutiff may have mn Imllii r
and further icllef In ili- pieim-H sm
to the court may icem meet ami
'I'hlrt MMinnioim irt published oil e a
'k for the uerlod ..f six nieccHlve ;
and consecutive weekH ill I lie l.nke
Couii'V lixanilner, ui"rr;.;i.i r ptilv
llHhed and prlnleil at l.iikeview.
Itke County, Orejtoii. by order of
Hon It. I'alv. 'mihii v ludue for tbe
County of .titte of Oreuoll,
ilated Heptember I rd. lall'. and Diet
ust" of the tlrHt publication of nalil
Irt Oct. In-r 17. 1912. !
1. K. CONN I
Attorney for I'laiutiff. j
.i.r.iti. i: is n u:.m. n s
7i.7.'. '. on hit vi' tin In re.
thin ur tmv iHitt'iit iimttvr.
wrlft' liimit'illiitrly tit II. II'.
WIS IH I IT, nxlstin nllurni'v, l.itiili
X Trust lihlx., II ASIIIStiTtiS, IK ('.
ALGER LAND COMPANY
AV.i7 list ate Urukers
High (hade .Mining Stock
NEW PINE CREEK & LAKEVIEW
M ItMlKIDK I OKTIIK KX.VMINKK
(ft ounel tV KeiiiHn'H palo n at I'Nisley
He sold 1500 head of one and two- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST lnt Friday, iuld Watch, be
tweeii llahiier,t iitatloii, Drewn
(iap and Newell'H Station, DrewH
alb'v. I'lense return to this otllce ,
for ri'ward. '
Ullke'rt Fee i More.
This is the largest deal that has
transpired tnis season and with sever-
the field and an
increase in price no doubt other sales
wlil be reported soon.
P.eports have it that Governor West
will direct his attention to Klamath1
Falis after he coir.pktes his clean-up j
job in Portland. ;
Hospitality Is Appreciated
Fall and Winter
CjfWe can suit your
Taste, Pocketbook and
Anatomy in Fall and
New line now on
display, ranging from
$12. 50 to $18.00
It will pay you
Alturas New Era : vunday the Al
turas Deeply who were in attendance
at the ann'jal cor.vtT.tion ot the Cen
tral ).t? ,n Development League at
Lakeview returned home well f-atisfied
with the trip, and all said they enjoy
ed a fine time.
The Alturaa Tigerj met with a sad
defeat in the base ball tournament, but
say that the extreme hospitality of tho
cordial people nf Lakeview more than
made up tor it, and ate glad thev went.
Lakeview certainly deserves credit
for the efficient manner in which the
large crow-is of people were entertain
ed and furnUhed with accomodations.
All thu visitors say it was remarkable,
and that they certainly wish to visit
Lakeview aain whenever any other
similar occasion arises.
table ami a lew otlier article. - p-, tcrewt thereon at the rate of neveu
ply tlret door Houtli ol Frank , p.., c,.nt ..r Hnm,, from the l'.lth day
I of Juno, l'.KJO, together with the (ur
Hut film of One Hundred OnllaiH,
tM).00) for Attorney'. Fu's for limtl
tutiiig Ibis suit, na provided for lo a
certain promiNHory ante executed and
o'elivered by you on June 1!), l'.KMS, to
said plaintiff, and 'or the contrt and
dinburscliic ntrt of thin Hint, and nlxij
for a deciee hh follows;
Adiud 1 liiLf and decreelm? that the
' j lien of a certain mortuace Im-IoiihIii
to plaintiff, triveii and executed by
I'iJll SALK; larue vai let.v of Iiouho
fdantH, for varletiert mid prn-eM. en
quire at the home of Mrs. J. F. Hur-liCH-.
NOT1CK FOIt I'L'IILICATION
Department of the Interior, U, H.
Laud Olllce at Lakeview, Oregon
ot 'mil I .and-'.
.Notice is hereby uiveu lb..- CharleH i 3 " lo I-""l'ii on June i, wm, to
Uuiba, ol Lakeview, Oi.-o,,. who, ' i:'-,,r'' ,Wie pa.vm mi i me om men-
oi. Novei. VS., 1WI7. in-- Houjo- i t'ou..l not,. uol upon the . followiii..
Mte.H l i.trv No MM Seriul No U:h! deHcribed lands; H '4 NL'i. N U U
lor n w i. .v-ection : j. j n. ;:s s.. it. 17 1 .::' ." ' ." r.'.::r
K , W. M , has til
tion to make final
erttablinh cial.n to the
derti.ribed, before llie
lleceiver of the U. S. Lund Otllce at
ed'nuti.;' "j, ten- M SWJi E. Section 2 Tp.
1 live year proof, to!-;,7 'V'""-'8 M l" V ' M,-' ',a i'nk"t
... . , i 1 1, ,ii ii t v ()reii,n Hod to Hlllllilie Hint
Keuiter and ' decree that tho lien of plaintiff a Mind
Office at ""'OKKl' upon eniw ni-iiucn fiii'.i inn
A New Tonsorial Parlor
W. R. Elliott and Kolla McDonald
will open a tonoorial parlor in the First
National bank annex on Center ftreet.
They have their turniture ordered and
expect to get located in their new shop
in the course of a very short time. Mr.
Elliott has heen employed in the Mc
Curdy barber shop lor the past two
vears, and has proved himself to te a
very steady young man. Everybody
knows Kolla who has teen associated
with the Hotel barU-r fchep for several
yecrs and during that time has made a
long liat of friends.
Tne Examiner winnes the young men
8ucces and prosperity In their new
Lakevitw, Oregon, on the
of October, rJlU.
Claimant iiami-H as wltniM-a;
ijHirjfc Lew in, Walter Howard,
Arthur M. Smith, John I). Campbell'
all of Lakeview, Oregon.
A. W. OitlON. It-jtlhter.
In the . Ircuit Court of the State ol
Oregon fr-r the County of Luke.
Suit in l ijulty for Klvorco.
WALT Fit N YnWANF.Il, I'laiutiff
FHANCES NY.sWANKIt, Defendant
TO FltANCKS NYHWANKU, The
above named defendant:
In the name of the state of Oregon;
You urn hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed ugainat
)ii In tlx: above entitled court and
cause on or before the 17ll. day of
OctoU r, 1012, Hald day being the lant
day ol the publication of tliW Hum
rnoDH, uiiJ the lnt day within which
you are required to appear and anrt
wer the nald complaint, an fixed by
the Court oritur for the publication of
thin Huiiniionn. If you fail to appear
and aiiHwer tho Maid complaint, said
plalDtiff will apply to the above en
titled court for the relief demanded
and prayed for In plaintiffs com
plaint. Thlst suit Ih brought for the purportt)
ot diHrtolvli.g the marriage contract
Ht'd bontln of liiatrlmony bow exlut
ItiK lKiween you and said pliilntlrt,
lntf ichL In tho name thereuader, are
prior fu time and Hiiperior In right to
any and all Intorerit, right, or claim
of each and all of tlie above named
DefeudaDtH, and that any and all
rightH, interertta or claims of Hald De
fendants or either ol them, are xuhno
ipieiitto and uubject to the Hen of
I'laiutlff'fi Maid m Ttgage.
Tliat the UHiial duvreti may be made
for Hale of aald premises by the Hher
iff ol Lake County, Oregon, accord
Ing to law and tiie practice ol Hald
court, and that the proceed of Much
sale may be applied to the payment
of tbe amount duo I'laiutiff upon
Hald note, Including principal, inter
est, attorney's feeH and contrt and din
biirseiiientx III this Hiilt and chargen
of making hucIi sale, and I hat each
and all of the above named Defend
antrt and all peinutiH claiming under
thum or either of them, aiibrtetiuent
to the execution ot Haul mortgage
upon said premlHeH, either bh pur
cliHHcrH, lucuinbrances or otherwlwe,
be barred and forecloHed of all right,
claim or equity of rdeniitlon la bald
premiHes ami every part tnereot, ana
that plaintiff may Jihvh judgment
ugaiuut the Hald Del'enduntH, Addlo L.
J a li Hon and i. W. Jackson, for any i
f!eliclenc which may remain alter ap-1
pilng alio 'be proceeds ol the sale
cfntid prem Inert properly applicable
to the Hatisfiictiou of said Judgment j
u.i'i iiiih mi hi jNtiniin, or iiuj oiaer
party to the Hiilt, iniv become, a pur- !
chaser at hucIi huIu, aud that feiicli pur-1
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