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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1900)
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Publlahad Evtry Thursday
BEACH & M'GARREY
Editors and Proprietors
Jim Snelllng Tells Why
. he is a Republican.
WAS A LIFELONO DEMOCRAT
I IT'S TO YOUR ADVANTAGE
nfA ri a i.'r? rM rrt r a
SJ IV L yuuk ruu re
r$ PURCHASES HERE f
(On Year, $2.00
TERMS: Six Months 1 .00
(Thre Months, 50
'I Did Nat Ofl Back an taa Ota Pari: tha
LAa.F1 IK W, aMS)1. T. , It.
Our esteemed contemporary up the
alley calls The Examiner down in our
statement made In the issua of October
lUh in an article on the finances of
Lake county. We admit that by some
unaccountable arrangement of figures
The Examiner was led to say that the
actual indebtedness of Lake county on
the first day of O.'tolvr, 1900, was HV
157.04, when the amount should hare
been placed at 9.'.2,2rt3.30, which ia the
actual indebtedness, including interest.
The indebtedness of Lake county has
been variously estimated for the past
five Tears at H).000 to 1.5,1X10, and we
might add, without fear of contradiction,
that the indebtedness, or majoi portion
of it, was incurred under the administr-
tion of Democratic boards of conimission-
era. The fact remain, nevertheless,
that under a Republican aduiinistra-
tion, the county indebtedness ia being
materially reduced, and the matter ot a
$.'2.2t53.30 debt is not one to incite
alarm, in a bin county like ours.
It haa not been long ago Bince Mr. Bry
an refused to accept a place at a dinner
given in his honor lieoause the cost of
the affair was to be $o0 per plate Mr.
Bryan to be a guest, admittance free.
At that time the wily candidate for the
Presidency declared that he would not
indulge in such an ehilnirate affair when
there were so many jsxir laborers in the
country who would be glad to get a two
bit meal, and that a dollar dinner was
good enough for anybody. He has evi
dently changed his mind, for on Oct.
ltith, in New York, he cat at the "Bryan
Dinner," at the Hoffman House, with
covers laid for fifty Mayor Van Wyck
presiding. On either side of Mr. Van
Wyck sat Mr. Croker, Mr. Bryan, Adlai
Stevenson and Wm. K. Hearst. The
much disputed cost of the dinner was
settled by the Hoffman House manage
ment, who said the cost was twelve i
dollar pkr plate, exclusive of wines.
Hypocrisy, thy name is William Jen
Dings! Hon. Win. M. Colvig, the latest con
vert of prominence in Oregon to Re
publican principles, ia making a red-hot
campaign throughout the state for Mc-
Kinley and Roosevelt. Populist
of the state are saying "good riddance,"
but it's a bewailing cry, and has about it ,
1 A t - 11 - 1..:.. : .
uiescenioi sour graie. ' "
man of strong personality, is a profound
reason'-r, and can make himself ft It in
Mr. Bryan, "predicter," in a fp vh
during the campaign of WM: "The Re
publican party produces a po'.icy that
makes hard times. All those who love
hard times ought to vote for the Re
publican ticket, and all those who are
tired of hard times have got to vote the
Democratic ticket if they would expect
any relief." What a mockery! What
a mockery !
The New York Herald has made a
careful poll and predicts the re-election
of President McKinley. It says McKin
ley is sure of 2) electoral votes.
The Democratic party standi where it
did in UCKi on the Money Question.
Yi'm. 3. Bryan, Zanesville, Ohio, Sept.
England and (iermauy announces a
formal agreement of their opposition to
the partition of China.
Remember, that in lSi)2you voted for
a change, and had no "change" in your
In 18!)C you voted for prosperity and
got it. Will you now vote against it?
Are you tired of it?
W. S. U'Ren, erstwhile populist lead
er of Clackamas county, is in South
The Hon. Joe Blackburn calls the
Hon. John G. Carlisle a "political hack."
PUBLIC N OTIC K.
All persons are hereby notified that I,
the undersigned, own the following brand
to-wit: (Z) that said Brand was duly
recorded by A. Z. Ilammersley in Vol
ume 1 of the Records of Marks and
Btaiidnof Lake County, Oregon, on the
2!th day of September, IH, on Rage
105. That all horses and cattle on the
range bearing such Brand are claimed
by me, except such as are duly vented,
and ali jiersons are forbidden to use such
Brand, or to drive .any stock bearing
said Brand, and not duly vented, from
42 3 A. II. IIammekhi.kv,
Old Party Want flack aa Ma; I Llka ta
Mava tha Flguraa ea tha Otaar SMa at
tha Ltdr"I j aa. t Cant Waal.
Several mouths ago, in conversation
with Mr. James Snelling, one of I-ake
county's prominent woolgrowers, who
had always teen a Democrat "bred in
the bone" (and a descendent from a
long line of IVimx ratio ancestors) up to
four years ago, an Hummer represent
alive learned Mr. Snelling's reasons for
coming over to the Republican party
His reasons are just as aptly put as he
gave them, in the follow ing, sent to the
Oregonian by a Laksview correspondent
to that paper :
KKITHI.KA PaoSPBKITY Sl'lTS HIM.
'Mr. duelling, a prominent sheepman
of I.akeview, anil a life long I'emocrat,
will vote for McKinlev this year. He
has turn talking Republican prosperity
for four years, and will continue to talk
it until election dav. 'I am for Mo
Kinley, first, last and all the time,' Mr.
knelling said to the Oregonian corres
pondent at Ijikeview. '1 have been in
the sheep business for a long time, ami
the Cleveland Administration broke me
up and I was compiled to go in debt to
provide for my family. Since tha elec
tion of 18H I have paid off my debts
and have a good band of sheep. I don't
feel as if we ought to have a change of
administration. I formerly thought
that nothing would change me, but when
my pocked ia touched the party prin
ciple don't count. I used to vote blind
dly along, without considering my own
welfare, but when my finances tx-gan to
dwindle and fade away I came to the
conclusion that there was a reason for
all this; and I was not lontc in tindinu
out the reason and the remedy. 1 don't
think I'.rvmi will get a single sheepman's
vote in Luke county, and I firmly le
lieve that Lake county will roll up a
good majority for McKinlev. '"
Mr. Snclling said it was hard to go
back on the old party, but that assertion
! diil not quite tit the case. "The old
party has gone back on me, I'nder Mr.
Cleveland's administration I not only
liccame bankrupt, hut was plunged into
debt. It was not my fault; it was not
mismanagement of my private affairs
that caused this, but I discovered it was
the w rong policies and doctrines of my
party that caused my woe; hence, 1 be
came a Republican, anil I thank God I
am a Republican. The welfare of my
family is of far greater Importance to j
me than the glorv of In-ing a IVmocrat.
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I would rather le a Republican with a
i ... i , i ki .... 13 ..,.,. u-m,l r
mv faInily wiUi p.nty t( nt anJ .Hr.
: , Unk-Uk and the figures on the
rj-ht Aide of the
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page than to trudge I
Democratic trail with j
my sheep growing 5 cent wool ; my fain- j
ily in need, and the figures against meat i
the bank. Yes, sir; I am a Republican !"
And, we believe, that many voters in
the country look at the matter in the
same light as does Mr. Fuelling, and will
vote accordingly on the 6th of next
EVA LEON A LEWIS.
Death has crossed the threshold of
another home in Lakeview and selected
s its victim the pet of tbe household
ami favorite ammig the people. The ax
iom that "Death loves a shining mark"
is fully demonstrated in the taking
away, never to return, of tha young
lifeof little Eva Leon a Lewis, beloved
child of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Lewis of
Lakeview. The child had lieen ill but a
brief time with typhoid fever, whicl
was followed by another disease that
baffled the attending physician. Slow
ly the little one grew worse until Sun
day morning, Oct. 21st, when death re
lieved her from all suffering.
Little Eva was born in Lakeviaw Aug.
21, W.i, and was just seven years and
two months old on the day of her death.
She was a particularly bright child and
bid fair to lead a useful life had she
lived to reach the estate of womanhood.
She was a general favorite and will be
missed by friends and school compan
ions, and there will be sad mourning
over that vacant chair at home for long,
long years to come.
The funeral was held from the M. E.
Church Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
and was attended by a large number of
the friends of the family, and the re
mains were followed to the last resting
place by a goodly number of people.
Rev. Richard Fysh officiated. Four
little girls, schoolmates of the decea.-ed
child, Essie Cobb, Ottio Field, Uussie.
Snelling arid Llla Jones were pallbearer.
Beautiful ilowers covered the grave.
Call at the Neilon residence and sec
those 1'attern Hats. They are the finest
in town, and beauties they are, too.
Second door s'Jiith of J. H. Field's store.
There is not an ounce of headache in
a barrel of it Jesse Moore "A A" w his
key. Ceo. Jammerthal sole agent.
KvMenoo of this nwnits you at our wtoro,
ovory department of which is crowded with
seasonable, desirable dry floods nt close pric
es. Our stock has been selected with the
utmost care, and we can guarantee the styles
to be absolutely correct and the quality lirst-class.
IJC Ab regard.! prices, wo will tletnoiiHtratc our leadership in giving best
values. Our window givi a hint tin to the variety anil uttractivi neaa of
jj our ntK-k, and after inspecting thorn if you ht. j) inside- you'll find wlinl-
Vp ever you need in all kinJsof goods at prices you will pay cliecfully.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL,
...THE PIONEER STORK...
Hr mis u llh Swallow Turk In
rUtu rr tor i-wn; ri iT-
for i ttn-r.
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Komr s-pmri- Crop ami SMt
Titr lirainl 111. i(ain-. ( rutu
flirt" aililn , l.aket lew, ir- koii.
llrmiitii lili roii off
nr. 1 1 nl f t 1 1 . 1 . r. n . ji
t rich! for i-w- n; tl'r. fur wethi-rn.
W. Hrn-K-. Ki-h I'rei
I.Hki:vU-v, Ori son.
I'nit.il siat- IjiihI iinfat l.nkrvh'H, ri
Ki'n.t't JC. li. Nnllei Ik h'-ri-t.y kivi-ii tlmt
tin- folliiM IliK liann-il m-llli r lin' 1)1.-. I II. 1 1. .- i.l
tns Itil-'iittun to amke Mfm! proof in Hiipjiort tf
tun rlniin, and that .ni l proof will lt miiili
Pi-fon-tin- I'.i-Kinti-r ami lu r at lki vi-.
(iri-k'iiii. on Nov. :ui, vit vir: 1 A V" 1 1 JfiNKn,
Jr. li K s. .-itk fur
tin- lot I. 'J, 3. -4 ati'l .. .
HlaiiM'tii iii- ri-lian, i iri-L'on.
If naiuwri the fciloltiK ia 1 1 ii m to rove
ti la romniiioiiM r.ii in - upon ani cnitivu
Hon of nanl I n i I . v i x : W. V. Ijilr-I, i.( I'IiihIi,
Ti'oii, flarrv ICik.'), of f.aki-vii-vi, , On-icon.
S. (no-, of I'lmii, (iri-Koii. II- ManriiiK, of
I'liiati, t iri'Koti.
tin. '.'iw; E. M. liKATTAIN. l.-(cil' r.
HALTED HERE !
A Band f Horses Alleged to Have
Been Driven From Wagontlre
Held by Ahrrlff I'unlap to Await tha ftrclilon
ol Ulithtlul 0ner.hlpA Llvaly Chaaa
Prom tha furthermost Knila ol
Last Tuesday a band of r,s horses!
passed through lakeview and attracted ,
considerable attention. Soon after the
animals disappeared Anton Egli m.il :
Sheriff fiiinlap, armed with papers to tie
served on the drovers (i. W. Manning
and William Ltipton started in pursuit
and caught the latter at (irimes' hot
springs. Micriff Dunlap took charge of
the horses, and the drovers have lieen
given the alloted three days' grace to
prove ownership. Manning and Luptrm
claim to have purchased the horses
from J. M. Emrick at Wagontire, on
the Lake county side. Egli claims that j
thev harf-'niriKil. or e.onl rri..,l for I14, '
horses, but riaid no irmnev o f 1,-m !
In the meantime Etili alleges that l,t. Bowen, and five childien, the eldest a
bought the horses from Emrick, prty. son about sixteen years of ago. Many
ing him 1(K for them, and that he has I-'"l'l knt'w K,1 Coon ho in his lifu
a bill of sale in his possession as proof. 1 wil1 r,,r;t to u'ttrn of ,,iM "'ath.
At any rate Manning and Lupton start- 'I,,J '""eral was held at Now I'ine
ed with the hand, with Egli on the trail, 1 Cr,' k yesterday at 10 o'clock a. m. and
two days behind. By riding night and i wa" lnHy attended.
day the latter reached Lakeview iiliout
an hour in advance of the band, and had
paper issued to intercept them. L. F.
Conn and J. V, Misire are attorneys
for Eglii ho asks for f'2'i0 damages, the
recovery of the horses, and costs of ac
tion. In "joshing" our friend Frank Evans
about taking the measles, last week, we
did not realize the seriousness of his
condition. It was reported about town
that Frank had the miserable disease,
but later information developed the
fat t that his was an aggravated one of
fever, followed by blood poison, which
madu hiH condition one of extreme
danger. The young man's many friends :
will be glad to learn that the uncertain J
Mint has lieen passed, and ho is on the j
road to recovery.
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MAS MOVDD INTO MIA
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WITH A COni'LETE LIN Li OF
...I'm In It...
5ee me for bargains
?f fiiff 05$
F'dwnrd Coorise, who has been sick
for several weeks with typhoid fever,
died at his home near New I'ine Creek
last Monday evening. Deceased had
lieen a resident of liosse Lake Valley
for about twenty-five years, and of late
has lieen following the occupation of
rancher and freighter. Ed. Coouso was
'"'"est, upright man, and
liked by those who knew
leaves a w ife, formerly Miss
Zac Whithworth, who has been danger
ously ill with pneumonia for the past
three weeks, appeared on the streets last
Tuesday, ami his many friends were
i glad to son him again, Zan said he re
jgrcltcd that Charlie Tonuiugseu was too
sick to come out, bh they intended huv
j ing a big time.
' New candied at The Monogram fresh
j and latest out.
Rev. Richard Fysh brought in two
nionuinentH, made at Medford, ono of
I which was placed over the grave of the
departed w ife of William Kamlcrs, of
Drews Valley, and the other over the
grave of the mother of Mrs. F'ysh, in
Try Lady Adams Tomatoes, for sale
by Bailoy &, MasBingill.
P. T. S. ft Co.
ft La Fore
Our line of Ul.OVliS Ia
Unequalled in the City
STEEL RANGES j
AIRTKilir HI'A'IUk'S 3
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GEO. H. STEVENS, Proprietor.
l vi lalo-.li-w totnla ami Kri
ilny lO'tiirnliiK. I ai I'limli Tusa-
laya ami Halunlaya, at TuVIm k a m.
( arrli-ii I'a.m-i.it.-r., I'arkaKia anil
Kr.-luht. HTAOKdHK K llalli j A
W. D. WOODCOCK
All work done on short no
tice; guarantee satisfaction
NORTH OP OI'EKA H0U5E
J. W. Conard left via Mm Southern
last Tuesday enroute to the East for a
six month's trip, during which tirn he
will visit Salt luike City, Denver, Ht.
Iiuis, Cincinnati, and N'w Vienna,
Ohio, the latter point the residence pluco
of his father, lie will travel down the
Mississippi to Cairo and up the Ohio to
Ciucinatti, ami expects to have a (lno
An elegant line of Pattern Hats, just
received, at Neilon it Maxwell's, second
door south of J. S. Field's store.
Dr. W. H. Lewis, I.awrenceville, Va.,
writes: "1 am using Kodol Dyspepsia
("tire in my practice among severe casta
of indigestion and find it mi admirable
remedy." Many hundreds of physici
ans depend upon the use of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure iu stomach troubles, it di
gests what you eat, and allows you to
eat all the good food you in ed, provid
ing you do not overload your stomach.
iives instant relief and tt pei'maueiit
cure. Lakeview Drug Co,
Stopi tha Cough anil Works ofl Ilia ;J.
Laxative Rromo-O.uiniiio Tablets cure
a com in oiie day. o cure no pay.
l'ike JNi Lciiia. uH-lyr