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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
I.AKK IX. i; MTV RXAMIlKRl f.AUKfIBW, ORMOX, IINK II, INI.
CONSTITUTION ANO TMU FLAO.
Tho Hnprrnm Court of tlia ITnltixl
Hale lia Jiil IitIIi with rcfirrnc to
our lalaml pNMiMmionii that tint Cntl
tulltiii liM mil iitM-dtiiarlly follow
Hk. In iliri hiituiryol tlio country no
dtlicr tlttclhlun cmii take It jiU:e In lin
fxirUiiro. 'Jim rvpii l lean aJuiinltra
tlon I Mirtulii)- In it ctiiilfiitluti il
(lie iimmI ion, Hint mm the ttii'lioii a
one of ilwj uioiiKnituui during tlm Ut
national Hirudin the il fiti XI hy
thi IhkIi trilmiml rov tlmt the re
))iiMi nii tuJ a wv'l takvii. Tvut.li-
tiltf lli ilm ittloll A xm iul front Valling-
toii aaya :
"Tlil lax'inloll , tin" lliont illiMirtlllil
jl,at yn-(tt tri L'."l I'M rvvr umdo, will
W l..n.ll lwn tioxL M..n.lny. Th
-iion m in Uvr of the l v-rnnfil.
Iml hy m ilivill Un:li. Then' will l"
Ml ll'llxl Itvu illliVIllllll l.ilH"ll, hut
oino of tlit-M Mm i'oiic'iirrnK opinion.
iin-niiii( lliv viiof tin- vtrilrr mori
fully Mini frtrt u ulurt y limn i iloiiu in
the ojpiiilnii if the majority
The colli! tfoxn I. nek to tin h-i ixl ill
will h the riiilili! vta lorioiol. Mini the
OiiiMtituliofi Iriiini'il, nint cinli'HVor to
m--iImiii 'hut mm the intent of the
fniiniliT of the NmIioii.
Thti ('I'lnioii of the majority of the
court ilifni-M of the uniform tuxutioti
i'Imiimi! of the ('nii-titiiliiii, wlinli Iiiin
lx4u iiivoki'il hy nil the mmiI1iiiiI in
theoe (, in the follow intf milliner:
'The fruuicr of the I'oiiMtiliitiou in
writing thut cluuw, tial no thought of
L application to territorial poai-Hhioii.
No il -h ipioalion mh in now in-eiitei
IimI arim-ii in their iiiiml. The ilauw,
'all thitii-, iiiiMt anl exi i- f hull lw
uniform throughout the t'niteil Mate,
the court holil, mm plart-il m the C iu-
liUiliou h a remit ttf the ji Mlounic of
the BtutcH which umteil in fonuiiiK the
Nation. It wmh iiileinletl to prevent the
jxirl of one Male giiiiiK jirefi-rence
over thoM ol Miiother it the ituortaliori
Thi rule of uniformity niacin pri
ntMrily for the tte unilrtl, the court
hohl, not for territories then .'
or afterward a -quired, and the (msti
tulional retuireftieut 1m eatialli! mm Ionic
a all lutir on tin x rtn are uniformly
iuiHiKed at all rtM throughout the
United State. Tlie advance of thin
uniformity may lie extended to ti-rritor-ie
Mild imihiu-hMoii not Hi lite Mini not
meiulx-r of the American I'liion, hut it
in for I'oriKre to determine under the
authority of the Connlilullon.' "
Colonel H. V. Juilaoii of the (iovem
ment eiriiueut alation near WmIIm
Walla, ay of the Turkenlan el, men
lion of whi -!i ia made in The F.xaminer
laid week, a mak itif fit"' rogrf at the
eiH-riment ta(ion on the Mnrrl ratit-li
on the Went Kide, near Lakeviow:
"The firnt crop of Turkrtnn alfalfa
',!! ,e r. H.ly to rut in alx.nt 10 !). It
la far ahead of the common alfalfa. The
gopher let it roota alone, mainly lie
ran" they are hitter a null, while thoHe
of the common alfalfa are very aweet.
The aecond crop will he mived for wed.
We are in hope that in a your or two
wo w ill have Hufllcieut need to dilrihute
to the farmer along, the line of the road.
"Turketan alfulftt waa dincovered on
ly a few year ago. Thu fur it Itna only
bmtii tented at experiment otationa.
rroh-MNor II anion, who discovered it,
aay it itroWH in I(u win at pointo where
the ruin full ia only four inchea during
the year, and where the thermometer
reiiehe u high a ltK) degree in the
ahude. Moreover, it grow on the
Dieppe of KiiNNia aa fur hack a the
The Big Show."
Which mean that "The KudwinCo."
i the higget how that ha ever visited
the interior town in thia aectiun, also
that it i the heat. They have the hem J
actor, Hie neat muitclana, ttie bet co rho
dium, aingers and dancer. They k
how to pleuae the public, because V,ey
have made it a study. The pru et.ir
have U-cn in the amusement V .minosa
for nearly 20 years and have'r rformed
in Five Thouaand towns artklMt'tieg n the
United States and CatiaHa from the
Atlantic to the Tacirlc anl fmin the St.
Lawrence to theUulf Of Tt exico. There
fore they are prepared 'to guarantee to
the public a cleati, pure, moral, whole
Home and 'pleasing enter'inment and
alrictly up-Wdatethe l itest and best
comediea, drairiWi, farces And epocialties.
The com part ytMNiHintB of Indie and iren-
tlemeii of rutcxire and refinement who
have bocoiiWj artiHts I a thedramatic anJ
musical PKifuasion. 'ioma havinir a na
tional reputation. The company will
open u .ive nlglita engagement in Iake-
"viow jt Monday evening, July 1st.
Ten Vhouaand Sheep.
The Flato Commiaaion Company of
Dmaha haa just completed a deal for the
purc.hHHe of 10,000 Eastern Oregon alteep.
Twenty five crloada left Haker City
June lt, anl the remainder w ill soon go
from various other places in the State.
KF.KI' Kit HIMJFKLIN.
Ain't no ii m Ui' In n'jr an' fft.
Kifp r iliurniii' all ! wtillal
Waleh ft.' hook an' jriiu'll rl dh jrnt,
Kvr, ft hitfllln' all 4 whlll
lim Iimii inn llm l liulM dig frth,
Trar ain't In II wlf mll u' mlrt ,
lli'H tuition fn' mint mi' (Ighlfli jrn' (lr h -
Ki-cp t-r 11111111111' all iln while I
Ain't no iim la mrn n In irain,
Kwp ft thumin' all 1 hlll
N mm1 lwd lirlnt f' u fti" own
K v rr linrflln all 1 whllrt
IN-m bl t'loint Mti will fo'l orwajr,
KroI not li-r v,m-Mi Majrl
Howa lilmim IHrno-ft' l,jr mnn (lav
K' M liurtllii' all (1 wtilln.
J W. MhxwcII visited aoiue of the
Crook county mine during hi trip
uoith arid fay that county will oon
become a great mineral pnnluccr. The
(ichoco mine, L'H mile oiitheat of
I'rineville. linn a tunnel :UK) feet in the
iiionntHin and wu recently iKinded fr
tlt),XHI. (In- from the O. ho-o eay
fioni $:I4 to $74 -r ton. The Hilver
King mine, 47 mile northeant of I'rine
ville, i a cloift 4l feet dow li. The com
pHiat.Ve value of the ore in gohl, ilrer
and cop-H-r i ..V) -r ton. The work
to oHT(e I hew mine are all llml ?Imh.
Mr. Maxwell iay that he lenrneil up
north that ncveral race home from the
northern country would he at failcy
for the ruce on the 'Jllth, and would
then come to I.ukeview for the July
uii-etiiig. Among theni w ill be a trmg
of r.K-er owned hy a Shaniko hhIo-iu
tleppner and 5haniko Wool.
The II. S. A. Co. of Hay ("reek in Kat
em Oregon are allowing thi week one
million Miuud of wool, and never! huy
er are on the grounil to couiM-le. Thi
company w ill wll to the highet hidler.
Mfforia are l-iug made to make
MiMiiikoan open market for all huyer
alike, and the one who can pay the lx-t
price get all the wool. "KU-ven renlM
ha Imh-ii oflereil for aome flveonix clip
of wool now in the warehouw, which in
a good a the Im-1 price (mid in The
Pulle, or any other Oregon wool mar
ket at the prenenl time."
At Ileppner the following nale were
made Inct week: I'enlaiid I.ivetock
Company IW.IXM miuiiU at 11 cent;
J. A. Itaker, ll.OJrt pound at ten and
one-fourth cent per pound; 1. (). Jun
to, 7,0tK) poiimU at ten centM-r pound.
They Will Come.
(iua N-hroder uccedel in getting a
guarantee while in Lakeview that that
town would put up 1?VM) Mud may te
more for a hall game there the Fourth
of Jnly. Thi nettlei the (juestion of
whether a team will lie made up of
Taialey and Silver I-ake player. The
Uy will aoon go to practicing. I'uinley
In thi connection it might lie well to
add tlmt it i prohaMe that the New
Tine Creek team will at no enter the
tournament. The Stale Lino hoya are
getting in form, and have aome good
timber. In figuring on the niitnide
team that have good chance of win
ning, don't overlook the atalwarta from
New Tine Creek.
State Treasurer Fourth Nolle
Stat ok Orwioni,
Tkkahcuv Dki'a htV.st.
Sa'.em, Jf.Ho 5, IWl.
Notice i hereby given nat there are
now fund in the treaty with which to
redeem all ouftaud;ViK State Warrants,
drawn on the 0iu-ral Fund and en
dorsed "Presented, and nol paid for want
of fund," pii In thia date; also to pay
all warrants drawn on the State Scalp
Itonnty Fund, and eiidorned "Presented
and ntiaid for want of funds," prior
to May 1st, V.KI0, and all such warrants,
rorbrly endorsed will be paid upon
frrientation at this ofU'-e, interest
tt ereon ceasing from and aftier thia date.
23-2 Chab. & Moorr,
BrM From Washington D. C.
Henry Kolwr, of Ft. Bid well, Cal.,
and Mia Canlii KenirraT of Waahing
ton, P. 15., were married at Reno lat
week. Mr. Kolxir ia a merchant of Ft.
Bid well, and a nephew of Pr. Kolier,
government official, and member of the
Warner Valley Stock Company. The
newly married gentleman ia popular
and well worthy of the fair and talented
young woman who came bo far to join
lii in for the life voyage. They were
married Immefliately upon the arrival
of Mitts Keninur at Reno, and went to
the home already prepared by Mr. Ko
ber for his bride at Ft. Bid well.
The Baseball Tournament.
The baseball tournament in Lakeview
prom lues to be a big attraction during
Fourth of July week. The ptiraea
amounting to f200 for the team entering
the tournament ia now aHtmred, and it ia
to be Imped that a team from Cedarville
and another from Adin w ill bu induced
to enter for the purm. Silver Lake and
I'aialey will combine and we are axaurud
that the baseball boya from those place
will be here to battle on the diamond.
Another flood Creamery Location.
We are glad In note that a niimtier of
our mnall rattle dealer in thi anction
are preparing for hutter-maklng on a
laruer urate than heretofore, aya the
IturnTlme-Ilerald. Butter la alwayaa
g'Hnl price here and the market la never
overstocked. I.t aeaaon fjulte a lot of
creamery hotter wa ahippod In from the
railroad ami our local duller men
iriteml to keep that money at home.
AYRRS& 5CHLAOEL, Prop.
Itccr sold Wholesale & Retail
Delivered any place in Town
A. W. BRIAN, Proprietor.
Leu vett Lakeview at 0 a. m.
every lay but Sunday.
Returning, leaves I'aialey
at 0 : i0 a. tn. every dny but
PaiMnfrr' art ts Round trip t$
OI TICK - Kernolda it Wlofli-ll'i. Ikevlrw.
None equals our Bohemian
Laer. Itn superiority is in
its purity, its flavor, strength
anil all-round excellence.
Write us for terms and
BUFFALO BREWING COMPANY
5acramento, Cal. 22-2
The Lake County Agricultural Asso
ciation w ill give four day, racing on
their track in I.akeviuW, Commencing
July 2d, and ending July , 1H)1. The
Hum of fl.100 will be 'distributed In
piirott ft -i follows;
FIRST OAY-JULY M.
Plrat Race, j -mll dah $I2j
5con4 Race, free for all. j t and repeat.. fi29
mi-nun niv nil v !.
fint eK Ire tor all. Vi daah.
Second Mace, free tor all, (mil daih.
THIRD DAY-JUL V Sth.
rirnt kace, tree lor all, I 1-4 mile dah...Sigo
Second Hace, tree for all, 8 mil daah. tUS
FOURTH DAY-JULY 6th
Flrtt Race, free lor all, 1-2 mile heat . . $150
Second Kace, Vaquero horaea, 600 yard. $ go
fKor Ijilce County)
Third R Handicap
a.,.-. . Iu ... I... m nni,M..lA lulv Jl Ii
tu mill htirwa and attrndanla.
Alfof the rIkivo raci- ar ttfe for all, excent
aaiUlle raw, which la lor I-akt: county homi-n.
Kour to fiin-r and three to tar but the Awn
clniiim ri'i.-rvi-n tin- rluhl to hold a It-iia numlH-r
than (our 10 (111 by roitMCtiiK the piirin' lu pro
IKirtlnn to thn nunilt'rf T'oriH' entered.
Kntrif to vloe the eronlng U-lore the race.
The I'ai lllc (iiuit Hlood llorae AswH'tatlon rulea
t itovern all ruiiuina Tce. Entrance (ee ten
per cent (10) of purse. Money to t ctirlded a
lollowii: ;Ur rent 'to (he ti rat horaeaudao
-r cent to aerond rilirae.
The Aux-latlon teiterve the right tnrhanKe
any of III" above 'race. In the event of not
nil'lnu, or to chane the date of the laat day'a
event to the following; day In rase any other
aniuaemeiit U unnounceil for that date. No
money paid without a content.
Kntrlea lor the aaddle race to he made before
a committee computed of Jack Mill key. Harry
Roberta, Ua Bvhroeder, J. N. Ulvan aud Hi an
Hoard of THrertori: John McElhlnney, H.R.
Heryordjr. I". I.iiiht, W. K. WlUhlre, K. M.
Miller, J.jnne, V. L. Hnelllng and H. Daly.
V. L.8N1Ll.lfJ, U. DALY,
f 2oo.oo In Purse.
Two or more team mint enter from utitalde
of (liMiae Ijike Valley. Hy order of
I ITlZKNte COMMITTEE.
J. E. BERNARD & SON, Lakeview, Oregon
li ii t?ii--.a. ... ka. . . i - , . J S
SntMirrtlMri to The Eamln-r who rfmoM
Irom on loralltjr V auoih-r, or rhaiiffe
lilr txMtrn(- a'I'IroM ah'tulfl r-m-m b-r to
drop thia i.ttlcc a rar wi th'lr paper can be ad
dr;d to tbe rlabt potlolMce.
THK PiPFR "i""i",e'c' i!'
Merrliania' Kic haiir. Han Praix lxo, !., i
whrn- contracts fur anvertlilnf can be mane ,
For an) onr killing- er UJ
ln( ttoca belonging to the
South Eastern Oregon
Live Stock Association
Will He fin for the arreat and eoivt.ion of aay per
on or peraom iuling any atbek belongin(
tc membera of this Aatociation.
J. D. COUdrlLIN,
J, I. INNCS, President.
via.T DR. JORDAN'S oatar
liUSEUU OF ANATOUY4
1051 MARKET ST., tN PHANCrSCO, CAL,
liana am amaik.j
Tb lar;Mt AeatamloaJ If naeoaa
la the Ww l
0Ttmitt mtmmion fx cAe OUy. A
filSl WBiBi,eraByeearaot. x
lCK.1 1 ddU.Ma,aHilairlby 9
I a it. .,1.1 Baaetallaf on tbm ' -
larkl COM4. JCatabUalMd My !. $
HI 01. JORDAN PRIVATE DISEASES A
1 1 m Taaf and Hiadla f
'I R ' Rval mmm ka are auffrlng A
g & frum tb aaaeta yoolfl India- V
'fear. Varemwasa pkaloai tMblllty, la
aawat;, Haaaiel la all lueotapU-
mt . ti.u a axuwaaa 111 aialurar
lorraraaaa, Olot, rmarari
I af I rlaallai, M. By a ooatalaaUoo m
remwnaa. of f raat eeranra power, in, mnni
1 haa aa areaaMd ale treatment Inaa f? will aol
' ealjr arar Iranaedlate rail', but prrw,m
oura. Tba Doelor doaa art latre. to pi furaa
1 Mlraolaa, bat hi wall Known w (m lair and
HiMK Phyaloraa aa reonLpre-auiiat
a aiaawaoiauy aaiaewaoa aa a
Trair.ia tharanable araOleoted from
) tb ayaMM wltkaat ih baa of Mai rar i,
Tiwaaaa Bttad be aa Iiaart. Mwalleat
I mmrm for Blwwtwrak. A aulck and mHieitl
fvretor fllM, riaaarw aad rl-lwla, by 1
I Dr. Jerdaa'a a racial palalaak mathiMla,
BTBaVT MAaT applTlnfftooawUlraoarra) 1
I ear kaaaaa aatalaa ol blaeomplalnt. .
' We wUt euranma HuarZVM CUSM I
1 Mr, at w bawlrrli. t
vonetiiiaooa inr.a nimwiirpnwa
CHAMOMt rr MSAHOyABhJt
Traauaaul BaraMally r by leuer.
Wrlla nook. PHii.oornT or'
1 WABBItak. HiiLiDrau CATalnaHa 1
book lor m.a.) ijau ar wnia
OH JORDAN h CO., 1011 Market UL. t. R
I BLflCKJniTH5 f
Horseshoeing A Specialty
,-JL - ..-..1,-:'
1 City Meat I
i " jj
f Doorrtcrih of Hotel Lakebw
Beef, Pork and
Bologna, Sausage, Etc ft
H, DAY, PROP, 1
8outh and East
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Train leave Airer for Portland and way fta.
tlona at 12:21 a. w and 12 SA p. m anil leave
Aaniana lor foment at :4o a.m and 4:25 p. 1
Lr Portland , em 8:30 pm
Ar 4:02 am SMpm
Ar Aahland 12:tfam 12:SApa
"Sacramento 6:10 pm Vuu a m
" Baa Franc laco 7:46 pm f):46am
' Odeo 4:56am 7:o0 a m
"Denver 30 a m :1S p ra
"KanaaaCity 7:26am 7:26am
'Cblcaeo 7:42 am 6:30 am
" Ixm Angele 2:00 pm 8:06 am
' El Paao ....6:00pm 6:00 put
" Fort Worth ,:! a m 6:30 a m.
" City of Meiico, ll:am 11:39am,
" Houaton 7:00 am 7::0am
" New Orlean 6:30 p m 6:30 p m,
" Waablnirtoa 6:42 am 6:42 a Ok
" New York 12:10 pm 12:10 pn,
Pullman and Tonrltt rar on both train.
Chair ear Sacramento to Oaden and El Paao,
and tooriat car to ' hlcago, Bt. Louia. New Or.
lean and Washington.
Connectlneat San Prandaco with the neTeral
teamabip line for Honolulu, Japan, China,
Phllllolnea, Central and nouth America.
8ee agent at Acer atattou. or addrea
C. H.MAKKHAM. G. P. A.,
S. L. McNAUGHTON, Proprietor
Office. Hotel Llnkville
Klamath Falls, Or.
Lear Lakeview at 6:30 a. m.; arrive at Biy
in 11 boura.
Leave Bly at ( a. m.; arrive at Klamath fall
in 16 hour.
Leave Klamath Fall at 7 a. m.; arrive at
Berwick In 9 hour.
Leave Beawick at 5 a. m.; arrive at Ager in
Make connection with all trsin at Ager,
Pauenger, eipro and freight trafiB
olicited. All buiinea entruated to u
will be eipeilittrd.
G. W WISE.
The Plush House,
Plush, Lake County, Oregon.
nirvocC Uffl&'f Vrifl P!rT.
aiyvaj wwaaaaiw J w
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature la Btrengthenlng and recon
BbruCbluK bnj uuauavai uifei.' ' -
ant ana vouic x umw ihciuiiiv
can approach it In efficiency. It In
stantly relleyesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgla Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price 500. and $1. Lerfreilre contain 1 tjmea
m ail alxe. Book all about dy pe pu malledtrtal
Praporad by C C DaWITT A CO.. Crjlfiio
Lakeview Drug Corjiai:y,
The best Wagon on earth
Car load daily arriving
You will find the most
complete line of 5tude
baker Wagons and Bug
gies in stock to be found
in a radious of two hun
dred miles, also a com
plete line of Farm Ma
chinery and; Hardware.