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Lake County Examiner
rublishol by The KKAUISKR rCDUtilllXnCO . LAKHI IKW, OREUOX
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
One Year, in advance
Six Month, in adraace
Three Months, in advance....
APVKRTWNO R4TTW: Rrdfrt, local column. lor r' lln each lnrtlon: Want Ada.. Sc
a line nch lim-rltoa. Om of Tbanki. II 00. Koaolmiont ol Condolence, f l.W aud upward.
PlrpUr Adrcrtteiac rates ada knowa on application.
Transient AdvartliSnt and Job Printing-. ch in advance.
Pubarrlbort wtatalB their addreat chanced. plea tend both old and now addrea.
Lakeview, Oregon, Thursday, September 23. 1013
COUNTY CLERKS TO
After January 1st Present
Incumbents Will Have
County Clerlti are to be made ex
-officio county audits- under the sys
teia which has been formulated by the
Insurance commissioner under the pro-
viiniis of the new uniform accounting
law, which is to he put in operation
on January 1st. 1914. A convention
of the county clerks of the state was
held last week in Portland at wmuh
the new system was much disoussed.
. 0e of the principal purpose! ot the
law is to furnifh statistical and intel
ligent information to the taxpayers
relative to the expenses of the gov
ernment of the couties of the state.
The insurance commissioner pro
poses to make each t the 33 county
cleras uf the state, exclusive of Mult
nomah cunt, a county auditor ex
officio. All of the 6nancial transac
tions of every kind and description of
encb county wilt clear through the
He will maintain Buch records as
will f ho the details of the source
ard smi'Ut t i f all recupis. ard the
purpoe, bnu.ii' t and authorization uf
everv l im of expenditure, and the
reeird-hnf lorms which will be in
stalled Kill b - o arranged that any In
tertttfi) p r;o- may reaoily determine
th- finkncial status of the county at
any tir e.
Mont1 1 reports are to be made by
the rlerk and treasurer to the tax com
nii?sione'. From these reports the
commissioner expects to be able to
compiles complete annual report of
the fi anciai conditioa of each county
to the taxpayers within a tew months
after the close of the calendar year.
Millionaire Poor Loser
Captain E. W. Johnson, a Seattle
mi'iioraire. has been on a visit to
Su3anvi!!t?. Tne captain, according to
the Sufanville Mail, proceedel to get
leaded and indulged in a game of flip
p ng a ciin at $100 and $150 a throw.
Tne ooti'n also lust hpavily to a
at-aner, rd proved a bad loser, as
b? e- (hhv-i pi to hsve the stranger
arrested t: e next morning. After an
in's''g .to.n tne judge refused to
ie9 e -riHi.t, tut bad the million
are arie t-. d for being drunk. A
p ice o'i'.j r a as iretsenl at the throw
ing, and arte! as referee.
First Papers Void
In J r.e 1IWG, Congress passed an act
ni'Mn' 'h.- fus! papers for citizenship
good fur sev-i. years. Court decision
dhb i-xf.cn td the operation of the law
to ''rat p;:; ira made before September
19U5. The te when the law went
into effoct, will expire on September
26' h. Liaok up your papers and if
dati-d beiore September 1909, you must
mke application for final papers. On
or bef rt September 25th, they will
be o row vml and will have to take
out first papers again.
Tamous for their Burety of re
sult. Ansco users here in town
ere producing most beautiful
pictures. Come in and let us
show you some fine samples.
ANSCO CAMERAS Amateur cam.
ens ol pridcksional Quality. Superbly
made uJ easy to oiwialc. Priced Irom
ANSCO FILM Altars uniform. Full
ch. uiuattc balance, color value, tuado
detail and Irecdom Irow halation.
ANSCO CHEMICALS Spedatlr pre
pared to he used with Anitcu rilin and
Cyko paper. We alwara tuve a Irh
CYKXJ PAPER The prize winner
whirh gives nth. soil prima that never
lade ocrktt icproducbou ol Uie
FOR BALK BY
A. L. THORNTON
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
FRUIT RATES ARE
Wells Fargo Express Re
duces Old Tariff Nearly
Fifty Per Cent.
A. L. Thornton, local agent of the
Wells Fargo Express Company, has re
ceived a greatly reduced tariff schedule
on the shipment of fruit from lieno,
Nevada and California points to Lake
view, which is likewise effective on out
shipments. The new rates recently
became effect ve and between Lak
view and Reno the former rate is cut
almost 60 per cent, the price on ship
ping 100 pou' ds between the two plsces
being reduced from $3.00 to 11.60.
The former rate on 100 pounds from
Marysville, Cat. was 13.00, which is
now cut to $2.85. Other California
points are affected in proportion.
These new rates will a flora an op
portunity to ship or receive fruit at
prices considers bly reduced in compsr
ison with the furmer express charges.
New riupilsare arriving almost every
Many improvements were made at
the Frirxury school last Ssturday
among them, cutting weeds, trimming
trees, washing windows and cleaning
Toe third grade was moved Tuesday
from the High Scho 1 building to the
west room of the oil school house.
The large nura' er in High School made
thd change necessary.
Mr. Garrison, the Manual Training
teacher is busy putt'ng a floor in the
Manual Training room. Some of the
larger boys are assisting.
The athletic club has reorganized
and Is now getting busy putting
grounds in shape for school practice.
I A telephone has been placed in the
! Primary building in Miss Hall's room.
This connects the primary department
with the Superintendent's office. The
pnone number is 862.
The school is taking interest in tne
County fair an1 will do all they can to
have a favoraole school exhibit.
The High School studont body has
organized with Marie McCumbs, Pree.
Marshall Ayres, Vice Pre3., KaymonJ
The School Orchestra is beginning to
collect music, strings, irstruments etc.
preparatory to some good practice fur
New High School pupils this week
are George Bartling, Mary Heryford.
Byron Dodson Dead
Byron E. Liodeon, aged 17 years, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Liodson, died at
the family residence in this city last
evening at 7:45 o'clock. The young
man had been bedfast the paBt month,
and death was attributed to kidney
trouble. He was born on January '11,
1896 at Adel, Lake County, Oregon.
His father is at present In Silver
City, New Mexico and funeral ar
rangements have been postponed antil
word is received irom him.
The grief stricken family have the
sympathy of the entire community in
their time of bereavement.
Currency Bill Adopted
The administration currency bill was
passed Thursday last by the lower
house at Washington by a vote of 2b6
to 84, practically unamended in its
essential provisions. The final vote
brought a number of Republicans to
the support of the administration
measure. Twenty-tour Republicans
are credited with having voted for the
bill and three Democrata against it.
At first it did not seem possible for
the present administration to accom
plish the task of adopting the currency
reform measure as well as the tariff
reduction bill at a special session of
congress, but It seems that President
Wilson is equal to many occasions.
Treasurers Keep Money
Attorney General Crawford has ren
dered an opinion that is of consider
able importance in this county as in
other counties of the state. He says
that in counties making appropriations
for agricultural Instruction under the
provisions of Senate bill No. 72, pas
sed last winter, the money remains in
county treasurer's hands,' and the
money appropriated by the state fur
the asms purpose also goes to the
county tressurers, the combined
amounts to be expended upon the or
ders of the respective county courts.
Latest Word In Millinery
Fashions Displayed a t
The Parisian Millinery held its aut
umn festival of millinery fashions last
Saturday. The display was held In
the millinery store on Main street, and
was staged and superintended by Mrs.
J. Cbas. Smith, who is thoroughly con
versant with all the Intricate details
of the business. It was doubtless the
most pretentious fashion exhibit ever
given in Lakeview and was largely
In addition to the Millinery Opening
a New York ssmple line of cloaks,
suits and dresses waa shown. The
management reports a good volume of
business, comparing fsvorably with
past openings. "One buving feature
was nolicesble," stated Mr. Smith,
"and that waa that nearly all cur
chases were made in the more substan
tial and expensive lines."
A glsnce at the elegant display of
millinery denotes thst the colors this
season are conglomerated, all leading
to a bright and flashy effect. Among
the colors which predominate are
mahogany, lime green, orange and Lab
rador blue, which In the proper blend
ing of colors, as the Parisiao hats are
trimmed, makes beautiful and attract
ive effects. A new creation which is
becoming populsr is the very late Pink
Lady, or properly strswberry pink,
which mskes a classy and tasty hst.
The prevsiling shapes are smsll,
with trimmings of uncurled otricb,
Mumide and French plumes. The bro
caded velvet ribbon is used extensive-
Lskeview fashion followers are
afforded a splendid opportunity at the
Parisian to keep uo to date with tne
latest city developments in the art
and appreciation of this is attested by
the increasing popularity of each
year's eemi-anmul showing of the
Resolutions of Condolence
It has pleased the Almighty Ruler
ot the Universe to gather from his
earthly lsoor onto Eternal Kest, our
worthy companion John O. Bull, who.
while not a member of our Chapter,
was, a member of this degree and ac
tive in the promotion of the welfare of
By his high character and unflinching
zeal in behalf of Masonry be set
noble exsmple worthy of emulation by
all men and Masons.
BE IT RESOLVED:
That the officers and compsnions of
Lakeview Chapter. (U. D.) if Royal
Arch Masons, while mourning the lors
of so worthy a companion and deeply
sympathizing with the widow and
others bereaved by his removal from
their mid-t, do bow in humble submis
sion to the Divine ill and to the in
finite wisdom ot 11 im who alone cn
safely guide the footsteps and shape
the destinies cf mortal man.
lhe tomb Is not a blind alley; it is
a thoroughfare. It closes on the tw
light, it opens on the dawn."
by resolution of the officers ana com
panions of Lakeview, (Oregon) Chap
ter (U. D ) Royal Arch Masons, in con
vocation assembled this 5th day of Sep'
tember A. D. 1913.
A. Bieber, ,
C. W. Class,
Wm. S. Towner,
Forests Are Protected
During the last quarter of the fiscal
yesr, the federal government entered
into cooperative fire protection agree
ments with the following states:
Maine, New Yorx, Minnesota, Mon
tana, Washington and Oregon. These
six agreements contemplate tne pro
tection from fire of approximately 7,
000,000 acres of lsnd on the forested
watershedsof navigable streams, for
which purpose $371,000 of federal funds
have been made available. There are
at the present time 14 states which are
engaged in active cooperation of this
kind, and it is possible that three new
states. Kentucky, South Dakota and
West Virginia will be added by early
An elegant home of ten rooms, 2
batba and 3 tolleta, Gas heat and
lights; large double parlors, and
rooms: modern throughout. Lot 70
feet frontage by 16S feet depth; orna
mental fencloR, bearing fruit trees,
flowers, ebrubs, lawn, etc. Chlckeo
and garden yards. All street and
walk Improvements complete. Two
blocks from Antlock Oakland and
Eastern It. It. alao from the Key
Koute Ferry System; 30C feet from
College Ave. btreet car in Claremont
section near Berkeley,
Value, $12,500. Want good live
stock, youug and aurvicable horses
preferred, for balf or two thirds of It.
Balance mortgage at six per ceut.
Address with full description of the
stock offered. Owner iiiiO ISroud
way, Oakland, California.
THE COOL DAYS
Men's nil-wool, jumbo
stitch, ruff neck Sweater
color Oxford grey, a
good, heavy, warm
Sweater and a splendid
value at $8.50
Men's all-wool medi
um weight ribbed Sweat
er, ruff-neck, colors car
dinal and Oxford; a good
all around garment at a
reasonable price.. .$5.50
Men's medium weight
Sweater Coat, ruff-neck,
colors Oxford and cardi
nal, a splendid coat at a
low price. Only... $3.50
Judging by the heavy blasts that
have been discharge! in Bullard Can
yon near town the past several davs
Frank Roggers and crew are doii g
some very effective road work in that
vicinity. The road for a considerable
distsnce leads through solid rock, but
when once completed it will make a
Mrs. Psnkhurst, who Is rontemplst
Ing a visit to the Un'ted Ststes next
month, says she bss sufficient fsitb in
the open mlndednets of the Americsn
people to make the trip as she origin
ally planned. According to the msnv
newspaper reports concerning her
proposed visit she should, indeed, have
explicit faith in the openj mindedness
ot the Ameiican pecple.
Charles de Young, ptmUi-hcr of the
San Francisco Chronicle, died lent
week at the home ot hi tathir and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. c)e Yi.ui g at
San Mateo, Cal. Death carno after a
month's illness -which developed into
typhoid and pneumonia. Mr. Charlts
de Young waa a young newspaper man
of wonderfully bright future an I whs
a prominent citizen of Kan Francisco,
being one of the principal directors
of the Panama Pacific Exposition. He
was a graduate of Harvard.
A sudden change was experienced in
the westher the first of tne week,
which reminded all wb9 had rot pro
vided stoves, that such were very nec
essary items. The weather for several
days psst up to last Saturday had been
extremely warm, which made the
change to the cooler the first of this
week more noticeable. However, the
westher man this morning has the
appearances of being more reasonable
and good westher is promised to con
tinue for seversl weeks.
President to Sign Bill
A Washington dispatch under date of
September 22 aa that President Wil
son expects to sign the Underwood tar
iff revision measure not later than
today (Thursday.) since Monday the
chief executive has been in conference
with Senator Simmons of North Car
olina and "Hoke" Smith of Georgia.
According to these men, the confer-
era appointed by both houses nave
practically decided on all the points
where controversies were expected.
Silver Lake Items
, Silver Lake Leader)
F. M. Cbrlpman bas donned his
work clothes, rolled up bis sleeves and
bas been busily engaged the past week
cutting his crop of oats.
S. A. LeBter has erected a new house
and bas taken op bis residence on bis
homestead at the south end of Silver
The largest yield of rye thus fsr
heard of is that of F. W. Stratton who
lives south of Fremont, bis grain
threshing 25 bushels per acre.
The loss of 10 sacks of oats caused
vV. D. Kobinett, of Summer Lake to
make a trip to Sliver Lake Isst Sstur
day. Latest accounts are to the etTeci
that he is still shy the oats, no clue as
REMIND US OF THE APPROACH OF WINTER
Men's heavy natural
grey wool Underwear;
Man's Tink Ribbed Co
oper Underwear, both
arc splendid numbers
for the Money. Suit,
Shirt and Drawers ot
Men's extra fine quali
ty, silk and wool mixed
underwear, color pink,
one of the finest num
bers we curry. Shirts
and drawers, suit $5.00
Men's Wool Union
Suits, natural and blue,
made with the patent
closed crotch, perfect fit
ting garments and splen
did values at $3.00 to
"Kvvr.vl liinx to I '., I.'ut imtl MVvir"
yet l aving t pencd up.
We rrgrt t to chronicle tl.e ssd and
urtimciy uealb ot utile Alma, the
' tntei t-ar-old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
td Lundy who died last Thursday
evening, lhe little one had been sick
only a lew days, her death bsing caus
ed from inflamalion ot the bowels.
The Public School oocnod hers with
seventy pupils enrolled in all grades.
Darnell's Orchebtia bss been secured
for the Harvest Dance.
The Press acknowledges an error in
its mcr.tiun last week of a petition to
recall Deputy Uamu Warden Ls Slater.
Apparently the report waa unfounded.
Wm. 'laylor returned from Portland,
Tuttidsy with a new Overland wnich
he will put en the rouil from this point.
He kss am onifjanied by Mr. sua Mrs.
Turpin who intei.d to muke their home
J E. WiIm.iii, (ion. Wm liiin an I J. E.
Taylor nrd lunulas all from Madras.
Ore., arrived in Paisley last week,
bringil g all their t-tfects with ttiein.
Mr. Taylor expects to return to Mad
ras in the poring but the i ther two
gentlemen will remain here as they
have started a harneas shop and livery
stable on Main Stieet. We wish
them all kinds of success.
Fall Millinery Here
Gathered from the Centers of Fashion to best.
suit the trade we serve. Your presence is re
quested tO pick OUt
your Winter Hat.
Prices lower than
ever. Only a few
more days if you
want a bargain in a
Suit or Coat from
the Sample Line of
New York. They
all go back by the first of October.
The Parisian Millinery
Main Street West of Court House
Men's Leather and
Coats, may be had in
cither black or brown.
One of the best all-purpose
coats made, two
qualities, $r.50 & $10.
Coats, plain brown and
blue; plaids in red and
black and grey and black.
The fashionable cold
weather coat, and they
are practical too, $5.50
Coats, made with high
storm collar which is
fur-lined. For the man
who spends most of his
time out doors. Two
qualities, ...$6 & $T.50
Royal Arch Masons
Then- will l a M-i-i(il cuimx-atlon
of l.tikevlcw Chapter Itoynl Arch Ma
sons , this I'rldny evening, Hcpt Will,
fur work In the Hoy si Arch Drgrre.
Ity order of the Kkcell-nt Illirh I'rI.Kt
Full at teiidiinci) i'etlred, aojourolog
II. M. Noli, 8-cv.
Klt KAI.K Make offer on Lot .'15,
lllock 2Z, to O Y.I,. On. 's Addition
alio tho HKI4 of tiio NK.I4'. Kec. 35,
Tp. 30. It. 'ii E.W. M., Lake County
Oregon. AddrrH W. II. Law, Itox
K3. Mc Jill. Nevada. S 'ib-xb
NOTICK Ft lit ITBLK'ATION
(Not Col Lands)
IVpartiiii-iit of the 1 11 tot cor, U. 8.
Land I'llii-M nt Lakeview, Oregon,
September U2, 11113.
Notice la hereby given thnt Charles
V. lieynohU, i.f Lakeview. Oregon,
who, 011 Oelober 'i'Mli, PHD, minle
llomecfead Fnirv, N. 0-',"'i. for WJ
N W "4, 1SKI4 NW '4, N E'4' S1 . Ki-o'lou
32. Tuvnliii : Kami" 20 K. Wll-lumi-ttii
Metliliau. I1111 tiled not lee of
intention to muke final three yenr
proof, to eMtiilillxh eliiim to tt IhihI
above dt herlhad. Ief re tho KeglHter
and lli't'eiver of the United Mates
Land l)il:re, at Lakeview, O'eoii, 011
the iMtli day of Oetober. 11)13.
Claimant uameH aa wltneHHea:
Herman (".rue be r. J. A. HUliop and
A. T. I'oclirun, of Lakeview, Oregon,
and lleury letlunaun, of New Pinu
J AH. F. UUROESS, Kegliiter.