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Lake County Examiner
Official Papr of Lake County, Oregon
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0rd ot thnv 11.00. RolaiHMU o. rondo
laaoa. 11.10 and npwaoli.
jrtT-Tr indent Advertising- and Job Prim
rur, cut to odTtnoo.
a.1 bill murt be poid tbt Brt of ca Bontb,
On Tr, la k1tiic,
fnree months, "
-Knot paid In sdTuo,$I.0 the m
Netlc to takocrikon
Satxrnoen to 1 b Kxamlner who ltno
from one locality to nober, r rhnir
their poetofllre oiMrviw nhould remember to
drop tola offlee crd ao their paper con be 1
dreeeed to the riht metomce.
f.nkevlrw, Oriron, Thursday, September 10, 1012
The voter of Oregon will ton yew
bow the world what tbey can do in
two short months toward deciding
questions of state. There will t
numerous questions to vote on at the
November election counting candidates
and measures. There la agreat volume
of abstruse enactments embracing "in
gle tax, income tax, banking law and
corDoration law, and such important
issues ts permanent road building, cre
ation of a state public service com
mission, prohibition of capital punish-
rent, woman's suffersge and a few
ethers. The voters iob in 1910 does
not compare with the duty that will
confront biro in November 1912. In
19:0 it was said that the Uregon
system received a wonderful endorse
ment becsuse the voters had reiected so
many foolish measures. And H is
hoped thst this will be repeated in
1912. Not pretending to know whether
the remarkable record of 1910 was due
to intuition or a firm determination to
vote "No" in case of do-ibt, at least
this result was achieved, and there can
be no better judgement used at the
next election that "When in doubt vote
FARMER HAS CONTROL
Just now the farmer is prosperous.
Take him as a class, and he will be
found to be enjoyirg most of the com
forts, and many of the luxuries of life
He romtf pretty near being the most
intelligent as well ss the most industri
ous and provident member of the body
politic. It is due to these facts that
be is rot .cor tent to let well enough
alone and depend wholly on the prom
ises of the politicians.
The farmers all over the land are
just now closely studying the platforms
of the varioo parties and are consider
ing their actions at the polls in Novem
ber will be conductive to the continu
ance' of agricultural prosperity, or
where it might encourage a national
policy which would decrease the in
come of the farmers and lower the
values of the farms. What decision
the farmers as a clas9 arrive at, will
have very much to do with the making
of the next President, and the next
which is working most satisfactorily
and producing a handsome revenue;
establishing a postal savings bank sys
tem; improving and perfecting the
employers' liability act: reorganising
and reforming the consular service:
ceratin? a tariff board, which has se
cured a large amount of valuable data
for guidance in tariff legislation ; su
prensing the white slave traffic, under
which law many conviction have been
secured and the traffic nearl broken
up: porviding for the fortication ot the
Panama Canal ; amendment strength
ening th insterstate commerce law
improvements in the laws on the sub'
iect of safety appliances for railroads :
for the suppression of the Issuance
of fraudlent bills of lading.
Contrast this with the almost blank
record of the Stxtv-second Congress.
"I said last December," said Mr
Mann the other day, "that this session
would last longer and do le-a than any
other egular session of recent years.
My forecast proved correct."
It s-.ems that somebody is getting
busy in Lakeview sending out dated
dispatches from this place of supposed
news items. Of late there have been
dispatches appearing in the Klamath
Falls papers and Portland dailies about
large transactions and various items of
supposed news that are atsolutely with
out foundation and with utter disre
gard for the truth. Ot course all the
news that is sent broadcast over the
associated press from any town is good
advertising providing it is news and
the facts are given, tot unauthentic
news is a detriment and this correspon
dent should have some regard for the
Another Lot of
UST IN, another lot of Ladies Coats styles of the latest
qualities the best. Included in the lot are the popular
Norfolk cut Mackinaws, as well as the regulation 52-in.
Coats in a variety of styles, made from Zibelines, Chinch
illas, Plaid Back Novelties, Plush and Scalette. Prices from
$12.50 to $37.50
The Home of Good Values The Home of Good Values
All the latest novelty dress
trimmings, including the
bend mid crystal c fleets in
bandings and edgings,
20o to 50o a yard
Moire Trimming Silks, in
most sta)le colors. These
arc tine, heavy corded silks
full IS inches wide. I 'rice
7 So a yard
Wide wale serges in grey,
navy, wine, black and
brown, also fancy Scotch
mixtures, JO inches wide,
6 So a yard
Extra fine nuality, Scotch
Mixture Suitings, in prct ty
full shades, 52 inches wide
$1.50 a yard
Silver Lake Items
(Silver Lake Le.uler)
League Elects Officers and
Drafts Constitution and
The Sixty-first Congress, with a Re
publican maicrity 'n each house under
the steady but not spectacular pres
sure of President Taft, enacted more
progressive and sourd legislation than
has stood to the credit of any Corgress
in generations. Th.' Sixty-second Con
gress, having a democratic majority in
the House, closed its pecon'l session
with a startling record of things
left undr.re. Karely has a Con
gress exhibited morn ineptitude in
legislation thnn thi?. It well merits the
criticism of Hon. James R. Ma' n, i
Republican leader, who declared, that!
"tl:is ConigcES has er.srted laws fewer,
it rumher and of less importance than
Mry feS!on in recert years." I
Among the measures enacted by the
Sixty-htst Corgiesb in the first two
years of President Tatt s administration
are the fcllowirg : Providing f..r an!
excise tax cr. corporations, a law j
The democrats of Lakeview met in
the court house last Saturday alter-
noon for the purpose of organizing in
support of the party candidates for
Those who have teen plumbing at
Summer Lake this season, report an un
usually laige crop.
Last week C. C. Harris of Summer
Lake, threshed 1000 bushels of oats
from 14 acres of land.
Sara Wllion, who represents Porter
Bros., railroad contractors, and who
are working on the Eugene-Cooa Buy
road, was in town several uays last
week on the hunt of horses. He hired
something like 30 head from Gus Sch
roder. Deputy Game Warden Wra. La Sater
came in from Paisley on Sunday even
ing. On Monday morning he swore out
a warrant for Michael Suit, Jr., of
Summer Lake, for killing deer without
a Pcense. The warrant was turned over
to Deputy Sheriff Reeder, who refused
to !-erve it, under instructions from
Sheriff Snider. Mr. Suit hiked for
Corvallis Tuesday, where he will attend
school this winter, and somebody is
left with the "sack to hold."
The local U. S. Land office has teen
advised by Acting Assistant Commis
sioner John McPhaul thHt on August
31. 1912, the First Assistant Secretary
withdrew the following described land,
National, State and County officers. : except any tracts the title of w hich has
Fall and Winter
lhe meeting was called to order ty
Prof. J. F. iJurgess, temporary cnair
rnan, O. C. Gibbs acting temporary
Hon. B. Daly, S. P. Moss and O. C.
! Cibts were appointed as a committee
to draft a constitution and by-laws,
extracts from which are given below:
The name of the organization shall
be the Wilson and Marshall Progres
sive Democratic League of Lakeview,
Oregon. The League will affilliate with
Progress! e Democratic League of
Oregon and the Federation of Demo-
tratic clung of the United States, and
j co operate with said organization i'
, extending the club organization move
,'ment throughout Lake county Jand the
state of Oregon. The members of the
i Wilson and Mattihxi! Democratic I.ea
j gue hereby make formal organization
I in orocr that they may co-operate tor
i the ad vancerr.tr. t of dt-rnvcratic jririci
pals as applied to government in occor
I .lance win the teachings of Jefferson
j and Ja. kcon. We heartily i'.dori-e the
j rational platform adopted at Lalti-
fuore. vve pledge our eitort", now and
in the future, r:n only to the
pa5sed cut of the United States, under
the Hrst form of withdrawal in accord
ance with the provisions of Sec. .1,
act of June 17, liK2, 32 Stat. 388, in
connection with the Chewaucan Project
T. 36 S. R. 17 L, ail Sees. 1. 25. SC,:
T. CCS , R. IS E., all Sees. 3 to 5: 7 to
10: 15 to 17: 21, 22, 2, 27, 3i, 32. 35:
T. 3G S.. R. 18 E., all Sees. 5 to 10:
15 to 17: 19 to 21 : 28 to 31.
Merrick's Estate Small
Orcgonlan: Charles B. Merrick,
Portland postmaster who died suddenly
at Lakeview, Or., August 21, left an
estate valued at $S!HK). He died inte
state. Letters of administration were
given to Mary Merrick, his widow, by
Probate Judiie Cleeton yesterday. The
other heirs are a boy 6 years ot age and
a girl 2 years of age.
Mr. Merrick's principal property
holding wns hi home in Rose City
Park, valued at SS000 and encumbered
to the extent of S342.Y He held one
share of stock in each of several cor
porations and a SI50 equity in a rive
acre orchard tract which he was pur
chasing under contract.
Lakeview w hIiowii liy th nvnnlisl
plat thereof mm- m MU In I lie itllcin(
the County Clerk of Lake County,
WITNESS the 1 1 nn. It. Duly. J mitre
of the County Court of t li hlsti' of
Oregon for I.Hke 'ou..ty, with the
whI of vhII court ulllxcd thin ISth lfiy
of Hcpteml cr, A, D. 1DI2
Attext: V. W. l'AYNE. Ch-ik.
All iHrti"M nre notified not to trec
Phhs or limit upon Inndx of the Gooho
Lake Ranch, and nl! other preinlneH
belonging to Leetimuu .V K!nhoi,
Any vlolntloos will ! prowciitt'il. 4t
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST: 'mill thimble, Iwtwien L2S i
Muln iril 122 Oewty Sfn-et. Inl
tlnU M. K. U m. I cluh emblem. ().
F.. X. !t)U Kinder pleaae uollfy t hlw
For tiade or sale. 1 new 7'i Colurii
Ida (iriiptiodione and tlou worth of
record. Would like to trjde f..r liifht
pair of driving tiroO' lniH or liulit
a H)roii or hiiutrv. Apply I. V. Ilul
ler, cure of F. D. WIImoii or P. O.
Itox 4 Mi
We are on Good Terms
rfl linrsf oil (crv lo kmiw
timl iim'ife ffntifl linrnvKH.
Vt iwver liHYr tn ooV' Hnnitul
n enrnvr tit nvtihl n limn to
M io li e tin I'e ntihl tt Hvt.
CtHIW Hint lonk lit our luiriirss
rxhlhlt ninl you'll klinw why
fsonil horsi'ini'ii nrp our ftooil
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION"
jWe can suit your
Taste, Pocketbook and
Anatomy in Fall and
4JNew line now on
display, ranging from
Bandit Still At Large
I It is reported that Shentf Smith
Modoc county bag
; the bandit who held up the HighGrade
! Fort Bidwell sttige last week and se
cured about $125 for nis trouble, and
. Sent word to tre local autnoritics to
i give up the chase. "Cyclone" Thomp
son was driving tie ftagu, and reports
, nre being circulated that he committed j
; the robbery, from the fact that he was i
i the only party on the stage at the time
!ot the hold-up , although Harvey
! 1 hrasher and Tirn McCarty who were
camped on Uecp Creek at the time, sav
they saw a rather eufpicioiis looking
ictec- character p;in through Big Valley a
D-part merit of the Interior, U. S.
I.aml Otliiceat Lakeview, Oregon,
.September 17, 1912.
(Not coal land. )
Nothre in litrreby given that Nadin
WliiLttieM, one of the heirs at law of
Morrlx Winutield, deceased, of Now
1'ine Creek, Oregon, who, on April 7,
K'lif! Hindi) Ueert Land Knlrv No
i!12. S. rial .V... OHM.'!, for NK'f.NW!,
S.ctl.ni 1'J, ToMHhii ;;: S., lUngi; 2t,
J'.., i mihiihi e .vii r li 1 1 li o , mm nirij nil
iven up the chase of i-tice of Itiiin'niii make tit al proof.
fneHtablisli claim to (tie liitnl above
de-ciibed. hefur" the RegflHtcr Ulld B'1-i-elver
of the I'. S. Land Olllce, ut
Lllkevlew, ' Tenoli, nil the 17thuuy
of Ot tolMT, 1!U.
''laiinin.t rumen ox uitncfKen: J. A.
MorrlK. W. S. Wil.le, A. J. llotclikUn,
C. B. Parker, all of Adel. Oretron.
A. W. ORTON, Ketfinfer.
STOP! LOOK!! LISTEN!!!
3 Household Necessities 3
Vacuum Clothes Washer
The Iirlitfst Mini dif.'ipcst, yet the best w.Tsher
tin the m.'irKet.
Imperial Self-Heating Flat Iron
Minns fj.'isoii e or .'ilcohol. Saves time, steps
Domestic "Prize" Wringer
No heicvvs to hother; clitmjis on wfish-tub;
wrings any mc ganiii'iit.
FRED H. TAYLOR, Agt., .. hmv..,,.,- . u.- r.T
tion and election of caiididatHS who
aland upon that platform but. to the
ettiblishrr.fcnt and maintenance of a
party organization ornnnFfd of men
who belnive in trie pruc'pjis and the
policies therein enunciated.
Bi liular meeting of the organization
thall be hehJ at League headquarters
on the first and third Tueadav of each
month. The buuinees headquarters of
the League will be at the office of O.C.
The following officers were elected :
Frof. J. F. Burgees, president ; Thos.
B, Vernon, vice-president ; 0. C. Gibbs,
secretary and Lee Keall, treasurer.
It will pay you
What Will Teddy Say?
"What will be the Prut thing Teddy
will say when he enters th'j White
House net year?" ai-ked a summer
"Bully ("guessed a newspaper man.
"Delighted!" ventured a school-,
"The women did it," said a gallant
"All wrong," srdd t'i fair question
er. "He'll sHy. 'flow do you do, Presi-c-ent
nn; county rouiu
f-TATB OF OBKOON
In the Matter of the F,n- )
tate of S.C. lilM NToX.
To MrH. A. A. Urunton rcHhllntr
lOW. W. ,'th St., Hiinta A mi.. Cab. T.
C. I'.i-iii ton renldliii In A(M. InieM,
EoiSCOPal Church Notice Kaunas, ". M. ISrunton. residing: In
Everyono is cordially invited to at- ' ?' , "j. '"""""
. , . . 0 : rcHliluiK at 252! Chelsea St. haima
tf:i:d the Fpibcopal services next Sun-(,1ty M( M iirlJI1to.i. reHldh.g ut
day afternoon at '.i o'clock, S-ptember HiintliiLtoii Ueiudi, California, J. 10.
few days alter the robbery occurred.
22. 1912, at the Civic Improvement
Hall on Center Street.
Please make a effort to attend thia,
our first Miasion Meeting. Mrs.
Thomas S. I'errell will be in charge of
the rnuHic and Wra. S. Towner, lay
reader, in cnarge of the services.
At the Presbyterian Church, Masonic
Hall. Sunday morning, Dr. Morgan
will speak on the subject, "Martha and
Mary." a sermon to wives and mothers
and all home makers. In the evening
the tubic.et will be, "Jchub as a Pro
phet of Humanity." There will be
bpecial music by the choir. All are in
vited. Chautauqua Notes
All those intending o read the
Chautauqua Course this year will ploM?c
meet at the home of Miss Gertrude
Vernon Monday afternoon, September
at 7:3(J p. m. li iHiness of importance
election ol oflictr t.
liy order of the President.
Mrs, A. Plebcr, Secretary.
I'.nii'toii, reHidinu ut Huntington
Peach, California. K. M. lirunton, re.
siding at 10.V. W. 5tli St., Sautu Ana,
California. D J. i'.nintou, reHlilinur
at CereH, California, Kit No. 2, and to
all other helrH of the eHtate of 8. C. I
I'o-iinton, leceaaod, known and un
In the nam of tlm State of Ore
1 1 . r i . yim are hereby cited and reipilreil
toappeariu the County 'oiirt of t Iih :
Ki ate of Oregon for Lakti Comity at. 1
the Court Kooni thei'eof at Lakaviow, .
In said County ami State, on Satur- '
day, the 2tli day of Octolwr, 1012. at
ten o'clock In the forenoon of that
day, then and there to hIiow caime, if
any exUt, why an order of tilts) court
should not Im made authorly.'inr tho
adiiiinUtrator ol the ewlaie of H. ('.
Hrunton, deceBMOil, to m-ll at private
Hale wltlir.iit iippraiHement ami for
ca li the foll'.wliiK (leerllieil rnal prop
el v of s. Id eHiitle, to wit : Tho North
ll. lfof I. if North Half of tini South
v. st tjuarior of Houthi'iict Quarter of
Siclioti ill, Townwliip .'!4 South,
of Unnt-ii L'O, K. W. M.and aUo Lot
No. 10 In Hlork No. KH, of the Oregon
Valley Land CoinpMoy'H Addltlona to
GRAND 'FALL MILLINERY
SATURDAY, SEPT." 28
4l.l, tin- Lutit Styhn of
I'urls, Ac ir York mil
i 'lilvtmo will hi' ilLsilnyi-il.
Hvvry vilort has lirrn
ninth' hy our huj i-r to str
and Becoming ,
5 It a pes
ilvslfini'il hy tho Ii'iuIIdk
I'urlsl.iii Minim is. Wt'im
ri'iroilnrliiff thrm' ntyh-ti
In our own work-room
You urn vorillitlly Invited
to iiltintl. Wat vli our
whitlows 1'rhlny evcnliff
hi'forv tht' )ieiiliiff.
The Parisian Millinery
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