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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1901)
LAKH COUNTY HXAniNCR LAKEVIEW, OREGON, AIM. Ji, IWI.
Published -ry Thrity
BEACH & M'UARREY
(One Year, $2.00 (
TERMS: r siv .Mouth.. 1 .00 !
(l hnv .Momns, 50 I
I.AKEVIf.W, OKttiON. Al tt.U , 1001.
WHO WILL IU- Ttll; .MOSIIS.
That tin country i at last ri.l -f I'ny
tiiMii was made inanilcst at
cratio Mate e nii'ii'ii'ii in
unit. tli, litn lor tin puipo-i l' tciing
till Sentiment of (111- delegate H'-i'liI"
tion was in trod in ed expi i conti
nence in tin- foiiniT party leader it .
overwhelmingly deleted, not it single
tffort being made t champion tin Ne
braskan's eauo. Kven though relieved
f tins incubus it i ivt hkelv, thoiuh.
that the lVim ia will ! al'c t wet;
its old g-ip u .on tin public lav r, fori
Kepuhlicait doctrines ainl Kepuhliean
Statesmen have hioiiglit such exceeding
prosperity to llu country
Storage of Wa'cr in the
Mountain Canyons to
He a Feature of
I lit' I Villi'- lii' i
I l.ak View, Hllll 1
that lit) out
leels like exchanging tin sure thing we
now possess for t tit doubtful out nffrr .il
ly tli PeiiHHTMi-y, osrially as in any
vent we HuuM not be better nil" tlian t
Especially is this true in Orison. Out
tide of a few otliecrs in the counties none
of the so called followers of Thomas Jef
ferson have been eiitrus'ed by the people
with a responsible iosition anil the Kep
pnblicnn party has In-en singuNrly suc
cessful for many years.
The trouble with the I'emocrMiic par
ty is that it stands for nothing except
opposition. Not one in a thousand of its
memU-rs understands what the princi
ples of Jefferson were, and i.f those who
do c -m prebend, few believe in thetn.
Instate, as in rational ioUli-s, the
lKuicrats have waited for the Kepul
lieans to take the initiative anil then
bave fought aga'nst all proposals so or
iginated. In the 1'nion the views
of the tariff entertained by Cleveland
and of coinage by I'.ryan, and all the
tliques in that party, have submitted to
the people at different times and have
aeeeived the Ftamp of emphatic diap
lroval. The pary has w mtiglit its own
iidoing and its Icadeis have no one to
blame but themselves for haviog lot
public confidence and led I'emocraey
' ' ftnni which it
nnnut lin..&xl-rica'ed J'JX many years to
e must he another Moses hatched
J. P. (iiicrra. ho owns property in
w ell know n by the old-
1 limers of this county, in talking over the
limine of Lake con ,ty with the writer,
I was surprised, he said, to tind so many
I people in this section who were oposcd
i to a railroad coining into Lake county.
" I opulation is w hat this country na'cds
I to develop it," said Mr. tiiicrraz, "and
j vnu will never have a treat and prosper
' oils county until yon (jet more popula
tion, an. I that will only come w hen a
railroad makes its advent." There is
certainly uiod reason and common
sense in w hat the gentleman say. Mr
liner rax also helicvcs that with the com
ing of a railroad and new people many
industries now dormant wilt .pring into
life. In the near future he looks for our
eop!e to liecome alive to the impor
tance of saving the water in the moun
tain canyons of Itke county in the
winter by restraining dams, to be used
for irrigating dry lands during the sum
When this industry is established
many thousands of acres of sagebrush
land in this county will he cleared and
cultivated and made to produ e good
crops. It is a fac that a large part of
the sagebrush lands of this county
would become valuable if su.ceptihle to
irrigation. The restraining of the water
I in mountain canvons is to lie an im
portant feature in the futuie prosperity
of the various counties of E.t tern Ore
(ton, ami that lefore long. Outside capi
tal will make its appearance once a
railroad reaches this Kastern empire and
it w ill ti'ul good investment in sagebrush
lands and water storage.
The present suffering from drouth in
Kansas, Missouri and adj ining states,
as well as states this side the I'aci::c has
treated an interest in irrigation that
probably will not stop short of great
j government and state systems for con- :
serving the water supply. j
V i - iri,.i.a once a sagebrush
1 Ucaeru -ha iuhabiiaiits and an as- j
I se-sed valuation of f UI IMhl 0'K), all due j
0IINT5 FUKMSIIINO GOODS, DRY GOODS,
GROCURH-5, inC, AND OF GOOD PLACFS
TO BUY I MFM, OUR STORI; IS SURF TO
BF FAVORABLY MFNTIONFD.
We have the newest Spring; Cloth
ing;, Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
AND VF: WANT TO SF:F YOU AMONG OUR
FARLY CALLFRS, TO GFT YOUR CM01CF.
...Complete line of Tin and Agate Ware...
Hi Ci ROTH E &C0i. the LEADING MERCHANTS OF LAKE COUNTT.
5. P. Ahlstrom
Manufacturer of the
to lead the misguided Democracy out of i
the w ilderne-s, and he mut be of a j
different stamp I Uryan. Who Ailliti
to a system of irrigation through canals
brought from di -taut streuni".
The Ai'i.ioy Democrat is afraid Sena- '
lr Williamson of Kustern Oregon may j
have an excellent chance to become the
next governor of the s'ate, ami in conse
quence is throwing Mtones in a frantic i
effort to kill him off. The Kxamilierj
does not believe that Senator Williamson
i ;i es to be governor, but as we remark-!
! in a previous l--ue illianison is a
stroll man for any ollice in the gift of
people of this sta'e.
A stock exchange has been started in
Manila. The discovery that the Fili
pinos, like the residents of all other
Spanish colonies, are natural born gam
biers Jim given some of the shrewd
Americans over there a good cue, and
through the media of the bulls and bears
tiiev propose to fatten on the prosierity
that we have promised the natives will
attend their adoption of American rule
It js rumored that an ex'ensive paint
uue has leeli discovered on the West
ide. Xnw we can get Huff galore to
paint the town red." If Tom Litt'e
and The Kxamint-r combined can't make
tiling hum and raise a big excitement
uver this new find then we propose to
':it Istoining infant industries. The
l-'edaiville Recorder's "white rnetal"
ioi.'t in it with our paint.
T.eir Secret Is Out.
Al. Sadieville, Ky., was curious to
learn tin- ca:i-e of the va-t itnp'uveiiieiit
in the health of Mis. S. I". Whittakcr,
who hail for a long time, endured untold
suftet ing from a chronic bronchial trouble
'It's all due to Dr. King's .' Dis
covery,' w i ites her husband. "It com
pletely cured her and also cured our
little gr nd-daughter of a severe attack
of Whooping Cough." It positively
cures C'oiiubs, Colds, I -a iripe, ISron
chitis, all Throat and Lung troubles,
(iiiaranteed Ujl t les "SJ c and tl.OO. Trial
bottles Iree al I.ee lieall's drug store.
hne Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
While nrlng a aluie of blank cart
ridges in Colarado a young man named
I'almei stood in front of the gun to note
ti.e effect. The effect wi II In; oflicially
ntdeil, for the (loroner will do the job.
The Kxam iucr
advises those un fort
are sweltering in the
heat of California and the I'.ast to come
k Lake county, Oregon, where no ex
cessive heat is ever found.
I'robably some toolish men will see a
moral in the announcement that a man
it) San Francisco fell dead the other day
Lilc saw ing stove wood.
Mr. Cleveland is off on another limb
ing trip. Anyone desiring to communi
cate W'th theex-I're-idclit need only drop
Itjm a line.
The i email is now the
individual in the l ast.
5pouting Oil In Hodoc.
John White returned from a bu-iness
trip to Modoc county Aug. I'.th says the
S. F. Chronicle, bringing with him in
formation of the discovery of a natural
oil spoiiter in that section. Crude oil is
being given forth in considerable 'pian
tities. Much excitement prevails, and
thousand of acres of land have been lo
cated in proximity to the new discovery.
The discovery wis made in Washing
ton meadows, thirty-five miles east of
Adiu, in the oil belt that geologists insist
extends throughout the entire length of
the Mare of California. Mr. While
brought borne some fine specimens of
shale, winch came from the location, of
Messrs. Myers, Browne!! and Morris, the
same having lxten found uiion the sur
face of the ground. He also brought sev
eral samples of pure paratline oil.
Several companies have been organiz
ed, and preparations for boring are
rapidly progressing. The locators are so
enthusiastic that they are not asking
outside capital to come to their aid, but
are putting their all into the proportion
w ith the exncation of it coming back to
thtin a hundred fold.
J. W. Maxwell
A (en I fur
Ten of the Best
high grade and
S240.00 and up
Organs S50 up
Do You Want a Home?
Here is a snap for somelssly who
wants to buy a fine bouse in Lakeview ,
at a moderate cost. We have for sate
commodious dwelling-house and lot
two-story house (new), 11 rooma, fine
vard, M-aiitiful location, on Main street;
lot HlxL'lH feet. Inquire at The Ex
aminer ollice at once, as the option will
remain ojieu but a short time. 14-tf
I-; I i , Lakeview's old-time chef, has
sold his restaurant business and intends
to leave soon for an extended visit in
his native land. Kli has a wife and
daughter in China and expects to be ab
sent about eight months. Wall Chong,
who has been assisting Kli for several
mouths is now proprietor of the restau
rant, assuming charge last Saturday,
Occasionally one hears of a "while
Chinaman," and if there is such a thing
certainly Kli can be classed among the
ii iuiber of "while Chinamen." lie in
an intelligent man and has many of the
cliHiaclerihtii.s of the w hite man in his
I'AkK A.VI) WASHINGTON BTKKHTft
A. I. Arm.troR(, IX. K., Principal
A pr u tii .il, prois'ri-Mtive m liuol, conhuuuu
Tor tin Tonsil work, with liuuclriiU ol criitluuti-s
ia lxjfcitionn hs bookkeepers bii'l .ti-nof:raphers.
Already proi'l ,f u liieli ''ilnlilig wherever
'.ne-.vn, it ft;c;'ii'y crow. In tier fi ml better.
iih ii nil the year. Sliutt iUH mliiiitteil liny time.
I'ri.'ul' i'T e'.a-i i-s i net ion . I. turn what anil
i'j.i1 o- t.:c!., ..ii'l l :il it i.okis. Cittalonile free.
ItojrJ of Uirtclor.
i). r. tiio.mi'sion, rii'.sii)i:NT
i). sor.is i:oiii;.n - - ijavio m. dunnh
NViiron ilinl llu
kcco)cnied as the iteitt N'aijucro 5attdl9
IJits, Sjuirs, (Quirts, llosrttfs, lite, -o-lliairiii
of all kimls, ly comiK'tciit incti.
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Beehives and furniture
of all kinds made to order. Write for
estimates on contract work & material
MANDLEY & CLENDENEN
ICES ORB: AM
Lakeview Variety Store
...C. H. DUNLAP...