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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1901)
LAKE COLNTY IIXAHINER LA KG VIEW, OREOON, OCT. 17, IWI.
gahr (Count u CI at am I in r
Published Every Thureday
BEACH & M'OARREY
(One Year $2.00
TERMS: 'Six Month. 1.00
(Three Months 50
LAKEVIEW, C KCQUN, tK T. 17, lOI.
Home Group" Colony of Anar
chists Near Tacoma Practice
Tree Love and Teach All
Thin us Disloyal.
While I'xolk'o-i'n nc will diMinittiiidi
kim for a short time, it ill xtin'ui-di
Bint for a hum time.
Kenowill liuilii in her park ly public
miberription a land-iome monument to
The Reno (.iazette i now i---uini( a
ban. l mo eetni weekly paper in connip
tion with the daily, in place of a weekly
The net om put ( the new mining
eanip of Toinipnh, Nevada, in said to le
fhere are 1IMM) jieople
there a ml water is sold al II .V) a barrel.
That Mrs. MeKinley ha home tip un
der her great 8 Miction io well is remark
able and gratify ii.j the whole Ameri-i present frame work of order anil govern
It i pa ill that there is a colony of
anarchists near Tacoma, Washington.
called "Home Uroup." The U. A. U.
Veterans will take a hand for the pur
pone of stamping out the tiihe. These
xople live in twenty or more dwelling
locaed on a tract of 211 acres of land, at
a small town culled M inter. They prac
tice the doctrine of free love. Al! of
them vehemently denounce the right of
one men to rule over another. They
advocate the utter extirpation of the
present law- hi ding humanity together
in government, and also abrogate the
customs and usages employed Udwecii
man and man. Like the rominunUts of
Paris they declare the present conditions
of aiK-itil order erratic, with nothing
whatever in their favor, save the Mind
adheience .he race manifest for follow ing
in the trodden paths. Instead of the
iTPhe new (5 20 Off M ft New
i i Firm PJWiWW Ca
..The Lakeview Mercatile Company..
SI Successors to II. C. KOTMIs & CO.
ran people, who nniwrsallv feel a tender
oJicitude for her,
meiit thev advocate the substitution of
independent thought and action with
every man a law to himself. Humanity
A fortune teller advised a (iponMn tlipviliwlaruil.oinit.il linrwliiirv rnniimi
farmer to dig at the end of a certain mile J and tradition, is certainly tending to this
rare tiack and he would rind a lot of
money. The farmer olieyed and un
earthed f 30,000 ' in gold. How that
fortune teller must have regreled she did
ot dig herself.
Anarchist, go hack to the regions of
hate; co hack to the lands where kings
reign anil tyrants rule, tio hack or by
the blond of our martyred !re--ilent we
will rise in aveimir.g wrath and wioe
yon fiom Ihe earth. Mayor Pavid S.
Roe, of Mi'wnukee.
Anarchists should le driven from this
wntntrv. The law should do it. And
that same law should read tl at hem
Birth, anv man desiring to land on the
American shores shall have upon his
person a certificate of good "itienship
in the conntrv from whence he came.
jtoint. . pa cr called "Piscontent" is
printed hy the colony, the columns of
which glare with i nil amatory and incen
diary utterances. One of the leaders is
A. J. Tope, a notorious anarchists and
former associate of Isatks of Chicago.
Few eople are aware that anarchy i-
It'ing hied in the heait of the nation so
llagrantly. It is to he ho-d that the
tirand Army I'o.'t of Tacoma with its
Iivai l.t a.ue w iil Ik successful in stamp
ing out these anar.'hists as (hey have
VoWrd to do.
F n Miller. rrr.Mrnl
' A Mr hart. 9
V t.Marlliax, Trra
LARGER and IJETTER
...S I OCK...
THAN EVER IJEEORE
Wc will soon have on
hand the largest and most
complete stock of
Ever opened up In South
Ill HI.. TOM
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V I. Mnrllluc. ItrM NrHrr
M I llrr tort. t" M (irrra
It is the intention of Presddent Iio.se-
elt to cany out the policy of the admin
titration as lil down by his lamented
predecessor. He has reappointed all
the members of the cabinet and they
have accepted. The MeKinley policy is
Knod enough for Riwsevelt as it stands
Sir Henry Westwood Cooper, who has
a record as a bigamist with four wives
and who has served three terms in
prison as a thief, was last Saturday sen
tended to ten years in Pan Qnentin on a
eharge of bigamy. He inveigled No
rienne Schnider into a fan ial marriage
hy means of a telegram forged in the
o.ime of her mother.
Fine hotel to Lease.
I am prepared now to lease for a t nil
of ye.irs to any resioniblu party my
new hotel prierty, formerly known as
the Cottage Hotel, on Water Street in
Lakeview . The property has just been
remodeled, renovated, paintet and pe
pered, and it is in tirst class condition
lor the party w ho desires to engage in
the hotel business. For full particulars
call on or aililre.-s the undersigned at
40tf W. K. Bakrv.
1 Lakeview flercantile Co. I
School savings banks have lieen prais
ed" because they teach the pupils habits
of thrift. The principal 'f a school in
West Virginia call attention to the fact
Hiat tfie plan has alo brought alsmt a
miticable decrease in the amount of
candy and gum consumed by the girls,
and in th niimlier of cigarette smoked
ly the 1hvh. Evidently, therefore, the
liiildis are learning what llnift really
mean: that it is not merely saving
money, but saving it by cutting off use
fes expenee and foregoing bad habits.
Habid Onllah Khan, eldest son of the
Amefot' Aithanis'an, has reported to
tiie firitihh agent at Cabul that the
Ameer is dead after a brief illnets. The
dt-alh of the Ameer will create consider
able uneasiness among the powers. The
H!.s eeut a shock through Kngland. It
wt P encourage the Doers to prolong the
war, and Russia may t-ii-ze the opisirtuni
ly to push her frontier forward. England,
however, has g'eat confidence in the
ability of the Indian Viceroy, Ird Cur
r.un . to deal with the situaiion. Habid
fliillab Kabn ill succeed his father as
ruier of Afghanistan.
Colog-iz, tli-' assassin of 1'iesident Mc
Kinley, is now in Anbnni Stale prison
aw ailing execution, on tie 2th day of
(letober. I'pon reaching the pri-oii
after being found guilty and cornier' n
Mi, death the unforfne wretch
Burke's Pencil Sharpener.
The 1'hiladelphia Record, one of the
greatest newspaiers 'n the L'nited
States, says of one of Eugene Burke's
patents: "Between the large crunk-operated
pencil sharpener and the small
ocket one there has hitherto seea.ed to
he no mediuui sized article which had
neither cost nor bulk as an objection to
it. The Burke patent illustrates a novel
ty in this line that should prove a great
convenience f r chool and mercantile
use." Mr. Burke is daily in receipt of
letters from big linns asking for his terms
mi the-e rotary pencil sharpeners in big
lots. Undoubtedly he will soon have
his patent on the market, and will make
a small fortune out ol it and pos-i!ly a
The Wise Hunter
The wise hunter wiil come straight to
this store if he is looking for a good shot
gun. Whether you want to buy or rent
Its all the same. We will do well by
Pidn't you know we rented guns?
Well we do; Ims of 'em. Double barrel,
single barrel, Winchesters all Ihe good
Pu'vder, shot and shell ? Sure!
Sciimi.vk, the gun man.
Toilet Goods, Etc,
First Prize tor Oregon Wool..
Henry E. Dasch, one of Oregon's
Commissioners at the Tan-American Ex
position, w ired to the Oregon on Oct.
Mid the following good news:
Again Oregon occupies a front seat,
and on a velvet chair. Our collective
wool exhibit was given the highest
award and gold medal this morning by
the jury, which also recommended a
special gold medal for the Pallus Scour
ing Mills, as having the finest exhibit of
grades of scoured wools on exhibition.
All other individual exhibitors received
a diploma of houoiable mention, which
is the highest award given to individual
Notice to the Public.
J'ulrymple has obtained a jiuVg-
I ! uieiil rg:iiut Hie on a bill Without cull
. j sideratiou ami I hereby warn the public
not to on v the nau.e
Arqtilrv a thnrftiiitliljr prai'llcal knowl
edge ol Ike LVL'l.mtvd
PEkNIN SHORTHAND ItV MAIL
Without iniiTii-riiiK Willi your prrM-nt ilu
lli . N-nd pimial l,,r Krre Trial U-mii ami
full ijartH-uiars ol our
A1m o,Uii4imol irfiiiinenl lurator. Ijii1
lif, mi. ntcuowrNiilHT ai1 oiImti,, in r,
IfanI li chiH mtUMl. T'l Uiok. 'Ifrin
for Mma) iiiHlrurlwrfi. V mouth. a'
oun cor r. i lf.l ui rilurunl u liay of n--ci'ipl.
Behnke" Law & Commercial School,
TIH It Kit l.tl OTKK.
I lOH 'l HiaUi Laml trtfi,')',
jiki'ri,'w. ir una. Urli.U r I. I'.it.
N'otM'H W lit-ri'hy yivi'U lluU lu coioiihnnii1
with tie jro Ihioiih ,! tin ru t of Coa-tr'-M ul
June a, IKJ vutltlil "An m l lor llu- nli of
llinl, r ln-nil in Hik Sii. uf lLl.H-at. On -X,
NfViMla. Hut! WmhIiiiikioii ii-rriiufy." an
fXK-iKkik u all the I'ulilli Laml sihi hjr art
of AiiKUHit. Is'.rj, Jiuiiui, II . 'furiH-u.of Utkrvii'W,
l-'Oiiuly oi lki. hthjlA ol Of-K"llt haj tUlr (lay
H It! in till- ortlre hi riwora MMivriifiit No. Ill I.
for I In- -mri'lia-H lit Um K' t NK't 14,-c. ami
!, SK1 , 14 rlloii x lu Tout ahl Ni. Si H,
Hanio- So, li K V M, anal will uf. r kihiI to
nliow tlubt tin laiiiL aouiiht la imirf vaLitaliiii for
tin tlinhor or Moil than fur aKtrului-ml pur-
Imiki'M, tuul lo fHtabllsli hi uh ll Ui Mt'l Unit
s-'fon; the lU'iriotxr ami Kiti-I vvr of IhUnrtli i'
at l.aki.wiiiw .H'ri'vun, on riilay, tin lukilay of
ftf?eiulMr Hsu. lie iiau-an an vnttuum-, (-urK
JaiiiimrMlial, .1. K. Mititwrmy, I 'rank tUncnvrti of
l.akeva-w. Ori'ijitn, ami 1'o.vwi L. 1 Wlanl of
Hlimli, (ri K"li. Any aixj all r rl I'laluihiK
arlversvly the alsiv.-ilauirilHri laiuia ara ru-
qiivNluil to file their eliliiit i a thin iitfti'e uu or
U'fora aalil Mlljuitay of beiM'inki r. Iistl.
K. K. hM.i.rrl,
-X) lot lii'Kl.U:r.
Notice f tt leraiinl of I'lnalArvaant
lu. tlit) t onal y Conn of llai HlaM' of Ori'ifon
for. Iaku I i.uiny. In the aiatler uf tltr katatv
of Aiexallilea Itefl, drvueHM'-i.
'no w hum. it may uonuera : NKlre la heri'liy
Kiveii, that the uniVrHiKiiini, ailailjilMrator ui
lijuematewf Alexaaih r ll-il, ImU-oI Laki-ruuu
ty, Ori'Koli. ileeeaM-d, ha Hlnl his Filial Ac
fount hh Kdiiiliiihifalur oi Haiil ealalu. in llifof
ncr of iIj ( oiiiii t I ierk ol Lake l ciuiily, Oro ,
and that Monday Nov. r lwil, at lUaVlis k a.
in., ol uld day, at tin; I'uuiily Judxe'a olfli'n bti
the ( ouuiy l oiiit IIoiim of l.nke I tainly, Ore-
Koll, ill II. i- '1'iutu of l.aki vu:, haa Ibii'M ap-
Miliite'land llxnl hy lliui. I tiaa. 1 on n I iik-o .
ImlKe o' aiil I'wirt an the liuie Had ulaee lor
Ihu tu-ariiiK of ojjii'iiona to tald Final Ai-founl
if any theie U, and lr the tteitlfuu'iit tlu:r-w.
Dated this jl day ol Detola r, I'AU.
im t.KOKi.K KKlIi,
Adiuiuuuratur of llu i-nlat.' of Alexamliir I'.eUl.
Manufacturer of the
w V? w w w
5 5. F. Ahlstrom
- a aa - -f t
RecognUed the lieat Vaquero 5addt
Wtigon ami IUi'y HarneH.s. Whips, Uoben, UoutuM,
HiU, Snir.s, Quirts, RosrtUvs, Ktc. -o
Hcpairin of all kimls, hy compcttMit men.
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Beehives and Furniture
of all kinds made to order. Write for
estimates on contract work & material
l-ii.sr-d. H I tnma tioldman and
l.nr iriiie couH be tilaced in the Siirne
Ifosition as tl.is Hs.a--siii of Win. Mrkm-1 It lias been slaien tnai jiarion county
ley, then would the r.milry Ihj t-ale, for . is out of debt, and it is noticeable that
a time at least until Hearst's yellow the demo pop piess considers this
,,., could school others in the "ortof i st.-ange coincidence under a republican
anarchy." before t-entence was pro-,
iioiinced on Czolgot he mailo the lol
lowing statement: 'Theie was no one
e'i-e but me. No one else tol l me to do
it. and no one paid me to do it. I was
aot told anything about the crime, and I
ihoutht nothing about it until a couple
administration, lhere is really nothing
strai'ge about it. Harney couu.y is also
out of debt under a republican admin
istration, and despite the attempt from
certain sources to distort facts Lake
county's indebtidnesB is gradually being
reduced under the "detestable rcpubli
,f days before 1 committed the crime." jean admini tration."
HAND LEY & CLENDENENv
Notice el 5ctU mcnt ol Final Account.
In the County Court uf the Mate of Oregon
for l.axe l ouiiiy.
lu tho waf er tf the estate of N. I'. Tulillilig
TO WHOM IT MAY l ONCKKX: Notl la
lierehy Klveu, that the iinilrrniKiied, ailuihil-i-tralor
of the e-.ln.le ol N. I'. 'lonnlUKwIi, latu of
Ijtku County, Orekiui, deeeaaeil, lis filed li 1m
Final Aeeount aa adiuiiilmrator of Knld F.atHte,
in the Ottiio of the County Clerk of Pake Coun
ty, Ore., and that Monday Oet. 7, 1'Jol, at III
u'eliM'k A. M of auid day, at the C'ounty
Judiie'a OHIee lu Hie County Court Holme of
ljike County, OreKou.ili the Town of lakeview,
ha heen aioiuted and fixed hy Hon. Chaa.
Toiiiiliikaeii. Judge of aaid Court an the lime
and tilaei lor the hearing of ohjecliona to naid
Filial Aeeount, If any there be, and for the
Hated thin ad day of Hejitelnlier, mil.
Hri-6 A. F. Tonminuhrn,
AdmliilHtrator of tliti KilttUj of N. J. Toiinlng
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Lakeview Variety Store
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