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APRIL 0, 1914
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER
fret6nl Wnotlrow Wllaos
Vine I'rmldoni Thomas K Marshall
rWiretarr of Hiate . William J Hrraa
rtaornlarr of Treasury William II MiiAdoo
Heeretar of Mar Llndie M Harrison
Attorns? senarel... Jaino.1) Mrrvnynolrte
I oatmaslir Oenerel Albert Hurlnon
tfearetary of Navjr Jiwiliua Panlela
Hoerolerf o(lntrlor franklin K tana
Hwrelary of Aa-rlaullure liavld P Houston
heeralar? ol Commerce.... William U. HrdOold
tWerelary ol Labor William II. Wllaoa
interstate Uommorti Coiutulaalonrr
Governor Oswald WmI
Kcwratarr of State Ili-n W.OIootl
Treaetirer Thi. H. Kat
Attorns? Oannral A. M.Orewford
riiini. I'u bi lo Instruction I.. K. Aldermeu
sMuler W. M. iunia
lalrj and Pood Uum John DM Ira.
C, B. Senator! I'.4,"0'' """"""
f Harry i un
JN. J. Sluiiolt
P. A. Minn
T. A. Mulirlde
Judge Hour? I.. B "ti.ni
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Ollbert U. Brown Htinervleor
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Mark r.W. l arnt
iliarl9 W HHnlriei
traaanrar K. A. Hawkins
Mobool HtipL :c. X Oliver
Surveyor H. A. tluahan
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Land and Law Ofilc
Abatractor of TUlea
KaMbllihad 18w Lakeriuw, On
y F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
J I). VKNATOK
Attorney at Law,
ji iid Matter HKer lalt)
V. I.AIK THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office on 3rd Floor Heryford Hldjf.
p A. S11EKMAN
ATTOHNKV AT LAW
State and U. S. Court Practice
Ollice ALTURAH, CALIFORNIA
DIt. J. IKVING ItUSSELL
Phrtlolan ami Surcaon
Snyder & Itoyiiolds Drujr Store
FUONKi Offloa. Main
J. L. LYON
No. 843 Heryford Bldg., Ukevlew, Ore.
W. HAY DEN FISK
Otftc 952 Rmrnld 934
A Want Ad In The Laka County Examiner
Repeated a few times, if nectary, will find a customer
for that property of 7C-urs. Tlicy arc scanned closely
by intending 1uycr, and the cost is nominal 5 cents
tlic line lor cucli insertion. Special longtime rates.
KOU SALIC 10 acre ond city lot.
Boc. 81, Twp. 4 0, Hange 19. Town
lot No. 43, lllk. OK. For full par
tlculam write W. V. Jornlgan, 108
N. Krnmont Avvnuo, Loh AnKolnB,
Calif. Mch. 19-M
Tli K Liikevli-w AI.Mirit& Tltl Co.
In makliiK Hpiiiil irlr'i on AliMtrarir.
to (). V. Is. Cu.'t TrarlM ni Town
HIX I'KH CKNT I.OANB Obtiiln
alilo to buy, build or I in pro vo farm
ranch and city property or remove
Incumbrance therefrom; Hpccml
privllcRrH and rciinonublo tcrniH.
For propoHltlon, addrtH: Fluance
Dept., 1D27 liuacli, Iildic., Dalian,
Texan. Apr 2-t4
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Hotel lHkevlew bar. The tent nnd
purfwt whlxkr made. tf
LOOK AT THK NOTJCK FOU KK
ward iwiuetl by the Telephone
Company for dewtroj lnx tta prop
A REWARD or lifty dollar U here
ty olfered for iniorniHtlon that will
Inad to the arrox ani coavlctlou oi
ny peiton wh htn stolen ulrea or
other property from our Company;
and the aanie reward U hereby offered
for Informal i'n that will lead to the
rreat aud OTlotton of anyoue dea
troyiUK tn.- proporty nf the Company.
SocreUiy Lake Co. TeL 4 Tel. Co.
I.MMI, Alll KKTIII44
I.N THK COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATU OF ORKOON FOR
In the matter of the estate of Morris
In the name of the State of Ore
gon. To Nadle Wlngfleld, Ruth
Wlngfleld and Naomi Wlngfleld,
heirs at law of Morris Wlngfleld, de
ceased, and to all known heirs and
to all unknown heirs and devisees of
said Morris Wlngfleld, deceased.
Ily an order of the above entitled
Court duly mado and entered on the
16th day of March, 1914, you and
each of you are hereby required
and cited to appear In the above
entitled Court at the County Court
room In the County Court house In
the Town of Lakevlew, Oregon, on
the 18th day of April. 1914 at the
hour of ten o'clock A. M., of said
day, and then and there show cause,
If any there be, why an order of this
Court should not be made author
izing and directing Nadle Wlngfleld
as administratrix of the estate of
Morris Wlngfleld, deceased, to sell
at private sale In the manner pro
vided by law all the real property
of said estate described as follows:
N H of N E !i , Section 16;
WH of SE4. SWVi or NEV4.
and Lot one, Section ID; NEK of
NWU. Section 16, a'l In Tovnihio
39 South, Range 24, East, W. M
Lake County, Oregon.
It la further ordered that this ci
tation be served upon the non-resident
and unknown heirs and de
visees by publication in the Lake
County Examiner, a newspaper or
general circulation printed and pub
lished in Lake County, Oregon, for
four successive weeks prior to said
18th day of April, 1914.
Witness the Hon. I). Daly, Judge
of the County Court of Lake
County. State of Oregon, with the
seal of said Court alllxed this 16th
day of March, 1914.
Attest: F. W. PATNE.
(Seal) County Clerk for Lake
County, State of Ore
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREHON FOR THE
COUNTY OF LAKE
Edger L. Young and Lena M.
Young, plaintiff, vs. Laura Rose
To Laura Rose Wagner, defendant.
In the name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaJnt fil
ed against you in the above entitled
suit on or before the 17th day of
April, 1914, and if rou fall to an
swer for want thereof, the plaintiff
will take a decree as prayed for In
plaintiff's complaint, towit cancell
ing and annullng that certain mort
gage executed by plaintiffs on April
22nd, 1913, wherein plaintiffs mort
gaged to one D. Wagnfer the follow
ing property towit: N of SE
and SEVi or SEU , Sec. 28, Twp. 34,
S. R. 19 East or Will. Mer.; also
SWVi or BWVi or Sec. 27, Twp. 34,
S. R. 19, E. Will Mer. all in the
county or Lake, State or Oregon, and
adjudging plaintiff Edger L. Young
to be the owner of the above real
property in fee simple and forever
enjoining and stopping you from
having or claiming any right, title
or interest In or to same. This sum
mons is published pursuant to an or
der of the county Judge of Lake
County, Oregon, the said order be
ing dated March 3, 1914.
Date or first publication, March 6,
Date of last publication, April 16,
UENSON & BENSON,
. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICR TO CRKDITORS
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Lake.
In the matter of the Partnership
h..iu'.H of Flynn liroa. Hnld partner
ship conr'minir of .k'hp Flvnn and
Tlioiuaa C. Flynn, now dwreaHed.
To all whom It may concern: No
tice I hereby given, that the undf-
U'iied him been duly uppolnted Ad
riunlhliator of the purtnerehlp im
ta( cl Flynn DroH.. said partiier
nlilp ((.riHlHtlng of the undersigned,
John C. Flynn, and Thomas C. Flynn,
the latter now deceaHed, by an or
der of the Honorable li. Daly, Judge
of the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Lake, duly
made and entered In said court. In
the above entitled matter, on Febru
ary 27th, 1914.
All persotiK having claims agalnat
sold partnership estate, are hereby
required to present the same, duly
verified and. accompanied by the pro
per vouchers aa required by law,
within' six months from the date of
the first publication of this notice, to
said administrator, at the law office
of L. F. Conn, in the Town of Lake
view, Lake County, Oregon.
Dated and first published March
JOHN C. FLYNN,
Administrator of the partnership es
tate of Flynn llros., said partnership
consisting of John C. Flynn and
Thomas C. Flynn, the latter now de
ceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
' Estate of J. U. Carroll, deceased.
! Notice is hereby given that the un
jdorslgned, the administrator of the
I estate of J. U. Carroll, deceased, baa
j filed with the County Court of Lake
! County, State of Oregon, his Final
j Account of his administration of the
said estate, and that the Honorable
11. Daly, Judge of said Court, has
by order duly entered, appointed Sat
urday tho 18th day of April. 1914 at
the hour of ten o'clock A. M. as the
time and the County Court Room in
the County Court House, at Lake
view, Oregon as the place for hear
ing any objections to said final ac
count and for settlement thereof.
Now therefore all persons interest
ed are hereby notified and required
to file tholr objections in writing with
said court on or before said date.
S. P. MOSS, Admin
istrator of the Estate of J.
U. Carroll, deceased.
Dated this 18th day of March, 1914.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
John M. Walsh, Plaintiff, vs. O. L.
Stanley, R. M. Russlll, James R.
Russlll, C. D. Russlll. Robert D. Rus
slll, Henry Russlll. Leslie Russlll,
Ellsworth RurhIII, William Russlll.
Adle McMannus, Allle Russlll, all the
unknown .heirs of J. M. Russlll, de
ceased also all other persons or part
ies unknown claiming any right, title
estate Hen or interest in the real es
tate described herein, Defendants.
To O. L. Stanley, R. M. Russlll,
James R. Russlll, C. D. Russlll, Rob
ert D. Russlll, Henry Russlll, Leslie
Russlll, Ellsworth Russlll, William
Russlll, Adle McManus, Allle Rus
bIII all the unknown heirs or J. M.
Russlll, deceased; also all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or inter
est in the real estate described here
in, the above named defendants: .
In the name of the State of Ore
gon. You are hereby notified that
John . Walsh Is the holder of Cer
tificate or Delinquency numbered
140, issued on the 9th day or July,
1912, by W. R. Snider, sheriff and
tax collector of Luke County, State
or Oregon, for the amount of $3.45,
the same being the amount then due
and delinquent for taxes for the
years 1908 and 1909, together with
penalty, Interest and costs thereon
upon real property situated in said
Lake County, assessed to O L. Stan
ley, and particularly bounded and
described us follows, to-wlt:
The Northwest quarter or the
Northwest quarter of Section two, in
township thirty-eight, south, range
nineteen, East of Willamette Merid
ian, containing forty acres. .
That said certificate or delin
quency was issued on the 9th day of
July to Geo. II. Lynch, and was by
said Geo. II. Lynch on the 19th day
of January, 1914, duly assigned to
this plaintiff; that O. L. Stanley and
K. F. Stanley, his wife, on the 22nd
day of June, 1887, by good and suf
ficient deed transferred and convey
ed the above described property to J.
M. Russlll and that the said J.M. Rus
sill died on April 13, 1891, and the
above named defendants, R. M. Rus
slll, James Russlll, C. D. Russlll,
Robert D. Russlll, Henry Russlll,
Leslie Russlll, Ellsworth Rus
sll, Adle McMannus, and Allle
Russlll, are the heirs at law of J. M.
You are further notified that the
said John M. Walsh and his assignor
under said Certificate of Delinquen
cy has paid taxes on said premises
for prior or subsequent years with ,
the rate of interest on said amounts.
i.9ma i. a nvrirriNi
I iiiu p.1,1 I 1 Ta I 1 Kalnor
llm J,if t;Wl Vmi ITKT "K p. e.
ivil July. Iu rtM lft lp. e.
I"lt I ianlB. fM I yvm I 1 70 I lln r
That the said O. L. Stanley Is the
owner or the legal title to the above
described premises as the same ap
pears or record, and each of the
other persons above named are here
by further notified that the said
John M. Walsh will apply to the Cir
cuit Court or the county and state
aforesaid, for a decree foreclosing
tli') Ilea against the property above
described and mentioned In said Cer
tlfWatq. And you are hereby summoned to
appear within sixty days after the
first publication of this summons ex
clusive of the day of said first pub
lication and defend this action and
pny the amount due as above shown,
together witho costs and accrued In
terest, and In caiif) of your failure
to do so a decree will be rendered
foreclosing the Hen of said taxes and
costs against the land and premises
This summons Is published by or
der or the Honorable H: Daly, Judge
or the County Court or the State or
Oregon for Lake County and said or
der was made and dated this 26th
day of March A. D. 1914, and the
date of first publication is the 2d
day of April, 1914.
All process and papers In this pro
ceeding may he served upon the un
dersigned, residing within the State
or Oregon, at the address herein
W. LAIR THOMPSON.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: Lakevlew, Oregon.
FOIl COUNTY CLERK
' I hereby announce myaelf a candidate
for election to the office of t-onjty
Clerk of Lake County, Oregon, subject
to the decision of Democratic party,
at the Primarv Election to le held on
May 15th. 1U14. F W. PAYNE.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the nomination of Clerk of
Lake County, Oregon, subject to the
decision of the Republican party, at
the Primary Election to be held May
16,1914. E. C. AHLSTROM.
1 herehv announce mvaelf acandidate
for the offlco of Sheriff of Lake County,
Orejroo. subject to the decision of the
Republican primsry. to be held May
15. 1914. W. B. SNIDER.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of
Lake County, Oregon, subject to the
decision or the Democratic party,
at the Primary election, to be iield
May 16, 1914. G. W. DUNCAN.
. Owing to the earnest solicitation or
a FEW or my friends I have (AT
LAST) consented to become a can
didate for the office of Sheriff of
Lake .County, Oregon, and announce
myself as a candidate for that office
on the PROGRESSIVE platfoim,
subject to the approval of the voters
of Lake County, Oregon.
F. O. BUNTING.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for election to the office of
Sheriff of Lake County, Oregon, sub
ject to the decision of the Democra
tic party, at the Primary election to
be held on May 16th. 1914.
F. M. DUKE.
FOR VOUSTY SURVEYOR
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for election to the office of
County Surveyor of Lake County,
Oregon, subject to the decision of
the Republican party, at the Pri
mary Election to be held on May 15,
1914. S. A. MUSHEN
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office or Treasurer or
Lake County, Oregon, subject to the
decision or the Democratic party, at
the Primaries to be held May 15,
1914. R. A. HAWKINS.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Judge subject to the decision
of the Republican party at the pri
mary nominating election. May 15,
1914. E. H. SMITH.
DAMiKH IN DELAY
The great danger of kidney trou
bles is that they so often get a firm
hold before the sufferer recognizes
them. Health will be gradually un
dermined. Backache, headache, ner
vousness, lameness, soreness, lumba
go, urinary troubles, dropsy, gravel
and Brlght's Disease often follow in
merciless succession. Don't neglect
your kidneys. Help the kidneys with
Doan's Kidney Pills, which are so
strongly recommended right here in
Mrs. M. J. Wilbourn. 190 B St.,
Ashland, Oregon, says: "I have used
Doan's Kidney Pills and found them
so good that I willingly recommend
them. I keep a supply in the house
all the time. Whenever my back and
kidneys bother me, I take Doan's
Kidney Pills and they quickly drive
the trouble away. 1 uever knew of
another remedy that gives buol. good
results. AH kidney sufferers would
do well to give Doan's Kidney Pills a
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Wilbourn had, Forter-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Let the Examiner figure on
your next Tob Printing.
rVven dollars a bushel for clover seed
ought to be enough to make the land
lord, hi tennnt. and the very farm It
self smile. Ye, and Inter on horse,
cattle, sheep and hog will smile as
they browae tta pture or consume
the bay tlmt I "good for what ails
A prize Jersey bull valued at thou
sands of dollars, owned by a well
known breeder at flldnaw, Mich, i
kept In a docile and civilized frame of
mind by being hitched to a five foot
snow plow and set to the job of clean
ing the walks of hi home town after
every considerable fall of snow. Jaa
ba's Etnanon, for that Is bi name,
seem to enjoy the job, and the folk
of the town are saved the Job of shov
eling their walk.
Wisconsin now bo In operation a
law that ought to be In force In every
state In the Union. It provide that
upon the payment of 15 any farmer
may have the soils of bi fnrm exam
ined chemically by the stnte college de
partment of soli. Of course the indi
vidual farmer is supposed to keep cloe
tab on the crop a they grow on dif
ferent soil and to select and grow
crops that will be bet suited to differ
Two-third of the bad egg on the
markets of the country are said to get
started on their downward vtay before
tbey leave the farm as a result of
carelessness In gathering and handling.
Here would seem to be a reforru mat
egg producers ought to take bold of
first band. It Isn't necessary to elect
Brother So-and-so to the legislature to
give this reform a boost, for every
farmer and poultry keeper Is a law
A few days ago the awards were
made In the Minnesota boys and girls'
acre yield corn growing contest. Lynn
Harrison of Excelsior. Minn., won first
prize of $200, while Miss Grace Byther
of Stewartvllle, Minn., showed a lively
pair of heels to a good many lads and
won a prize of $00. These two young
people got profit, training and instruc
tion from growing these prize acres of
corn, and Ufe will mean the more to
them because of their achievement
A Missouri paper recently closed an
Interesting contest A year ago It
offered four substantial prizes to the
farmers' wives among its list of sub
scribers who would at the end of the
year make the best showing In the
way of cash returns from the sale of J
Duller una mint, poultry miu
The winner of the first prize sold
$1,407 worth of these products, while
the three other winners sold respec
tively $1,023, $1,019 and $915 worth of
goods. Milk and Its products were the
chief sources of Income.
The members of the Menominee
(Mich.) Commercial club certainly
showed a becoming recognition of the
vital connection between the dairy
business aud community prosperity
when they placed a certain sum in the
banks of their home towns to be loan
ed to the farmers of the neighborhood
for the sole purpose of buying dairy
cows and registered bulls. If these
loans are made to farmers who under
stand the care of dairy cows and the
rearing of calves the investment
should be of a type that will benefit
The writer is of the opinion that In
not a few Instances lack of thriftiness
with house plants during the winter
months is due to the simple fact that
they do not get the water they need
for their proper development A small
amount of water may moisten the
upper soli, yet fail to each the lower
two-thirds of the pot A feature that
aggravates the condition noted is the
extreme dryness of the air in so many
living rooms. This may be largely
overcome by keeping a dish with water
In It on the heater. To offset the
drawback first mentioned insufficient
watering It Is well to set the flower
pots lu shallow dishes of water and
let them "driuk up" as much water as
the soil will hold.
Chemical analyses lately made at
the North Dakota experiment station
show that a bushel of flux takes as
much fertility from the soil as two
bushels of wheat. It was also found
that at the prices paid for crops iu
the period from 1900 to 1908 a dollar's
worth of flax contained 42 cents'' worth
of fertilizers. From the standpoint' of
feeding value, it was fouud that dax
straw was worth much more thnn
wheat or oat straw. It being about mid
way between these and clover bay.
Owing to the fact that the flax plant
contains prusstc acid in minute quan
tities. It was found wise to begin feed
ing the flax or flax products In small
amounts for the purpose of detecting
any bad effects upon stock.
It la a mighty serious as well as de
plorable case of getting the cart before
the horse when orderliness In the home
including freedom from dust and dirt
Is made of greater importance than
the comfort peace of mind and enjoy
ment of the members of the household.
The writer has mighty little patience
with slovenly housekeeping, which Is
due to BhIftleRsness and carelessness
rather than to actual lack of time and
strength, and be baa Just as little sym
pathy with the other extreme wherein
a molecule of dust or a mite of dis
order Is magulfled iuto a mouutaln of
trouble and where everybody about Is
made to feel uncomfortable because
of Its existence. There be women not
a few who worship cleanliness and
order as completely as do heathen wo
men images of stone, and essentially
they are just as beulgbted, but don't
aave ao much excuse for tbelr idolatry.
GEE WINQ FAUN . MQR.
Meals Served at All
Hours with every
thing the market
$6 Meal Tickets
given to Family Din
ners and Ball Suppers
THi OUl8T ESTABLISHED BCALTT
riRM IN BOITTHKKNIOREGON
ONE TO 12,000 ACRES
OF LAKE COUNTY
For sale either for stock or agrl
1 cultural purposes.
J. W. MAXWELL & SON
Coder Supervision of Trained Nnras
Hospital Rates $3.50 per day
Phone 771 WEST STREET
LAKEVIEW :: OREGON
IN A WOMAN'S BREAST
lit ITS K8IHJ 1 sad LIMP HIE Tli:
AND ALWAYS POISONS OCCr GLANDS IN
thk armpit and KILLS QUICKLY
IF I FAIL TO CORE any CAKCER or TUMOR
NO KNIFE or FAIN,
ii ?ki Mi Cured
No X-Ray or other
ANY TUMOR, LUMP
or SORE on tba UP,
FACE or body load i
CANCER. II Smr Filu
fetu lutttia. 120-PAGE
BOOK acnt free: teati
moniala of TMOSUNdS
Caial at laai Itltt h Saaa
ANY LUMP in WOMAN'S BREAST
IS SURE. CERTAIN DEATH IT NEGLECTED OR CUT
Our Painless rdand Plant Pinter CURES I 10 DAYS
MILLIONS DIB lb VERY YEAR br Waiting Too Lost
YOU nay rafuae to beliera until TOO LATE
I SWEAR WE HAVE CURED 1 0,000
Poor tut at HALF PRIOE If cmetr It at email
Address Old DR. & MRS. CHAMLEY & CO.
40 raart "GREATEST CANCER SPECIALISTS UVHrS"
A O 436 VALENCIA ST, SAN fUHCUCO, CAL
KINDLY MAIL THIS to tomoonf with CANCER
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
liy Cutttr'a Blaektof Pilla. Low-
priced. frWi. reliable: pnrferreii b
Western stockmen because thay pro.
mm (mi antra etnar naMiaae ran.
- M W rite fur bouklet and testimonials.
I r I0-ao akga. Blaeklsa Pil la 11.00
IsstJLalV SO-am Blaekltt
V anr Injector, Imt Cutters best.
The eupertorltr of Cutler product Is clue to over 1!
fears oT epsclallrliif In vasalass ana serums asly.
Insist aa Cutter's. If unoMalushle. order direct.
THE CUTTER LABORATORY. Berkalsv. Callferala
. .' Th Oreton. Cat-
4M3 Itornta aod Nevada
VliV Live Stock Potec-
loo Aiaoolaton, ol
which the under
signed Is a member
will el to I1.0U1.00
reward for evidence
leading to the r
rest and ooor lotion
ol aur partr or oar.
ties stealing horses,
cattle or tuulee be
long Ins to any of Its
la addition to the above, the onderalined
offers on the earn eondltlon oi0.00 for ail hors
es branded horse-shoe bar ou both or either
jaw. Brand recorded lu eight counties. Mauve
Harney, Lake aud Crook aonntlea. Horses
tented when sold.
None but grown boraee sold, and only la large
vouchee W. W, Known. File. Oregou,
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