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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1901)
LAKC COUNTY LXAMINEk LaKCVIUW, OREUON NOV. 7, 1901.
DUtrlct Attorney of flodoc (lets a
"RontlnK" fur Asking l)l.
mlnl of Lynchers.
AUrncy i'imrl llrey 1.. rorl lias
trtklMl lrm to pruvoul list aM'srs to
tmftri ttuiit t ilit!liricn tht limn In
volvtxl In tl Ivni lilnu o( Calvin Hall
ami (our otlwr mon at 1ook'iiil, Mxlf
county, n lli iilnlit of May 80. A f'w
lay a an tlntrl Kurd rwalvrxl ItiMur
from Pistrkt Att rnoy Itonnur nf Mm.k!
4'nmitv, in which laUtr arivlsitl that
tli inn umlnr rrmt W. Ilruwr,
HoImtI I."vmtn ami Iwim Kailrs m
liaiulss IxM-aiiMi ilt county waa in
sympathy with tlm (irlannnrx. Ilotitirr
la rniiliUt lor Hiixrlor Jj'lw. ami
it waa aarunt from liia h'ttnr that lie
lri-lirrixl lh frltfrnlshlp of Ida constitu
ents l llwcrwllt f having iruifd
the alli-nl lyiirlirra. He urgml that
II v nioutha In jail waa auftlcUnt punish'
muni lor tha prlaonara, and according to
lila Kilter waa rnady to enter a dlamissnl
at the first avNuloti of rourt.
t)n rwi'lpt ol lioiini'r'a Mlr funeral
Kurd at once tli(rlMil him to prjc?fd
with iho trial, and Instructed dim that
tlm proM:utioii would lie directed hy
the Allorncy-tiunt'riil or one ol hia prin
cipal asitaii'a. In addition to tlieicle
yram in question, (ieneral Ford wrote
Homier the following letter:
1 will not atlcmpl to express my litter
Kiirprlxe at the astounding contents of
vuur fuiiiiiiiuiiation. That Modoc
vomity I willing to rest under the aw
fill and hameful stigma of the I-ookoiil
lynching I do not U-licve, nor can 1 re
concile the sentiment and suggestions of
jotir communication with the ntlicial du
lira ol a district Attorney.
"A you are aware, I sent two of my
Icinilii-, Meara. Tout and Slurtcvant,
to you coiiuty to iit y.xt in the ex
auiii.atioii of 1 lie Iwicliiug nutt.-r hy
your (Irand Juty, the rcult of which
Him the indictment of the defendants
Urown, I vcnton and Kadea. 1 subi-e-
oiicntly aenl Mr. Klurtevant again to
your county to asit you in certain
matter incident to the eaaa lliat C4ine
up hefore your 8uerlor Court, Includ
ing the arraignment of these delendanta.
1 have aetit several hundreds of dollar
f the funds of thin al.te in an endeavor
to aid you In enforcing the law.
"lam aware thai the Hupervlsora of
your county have rejected the claim of
the shorthand reporter who took down
the testimony given liefora the (irand
Jury after having been advised ly thia
ollice that the claim wsa a leyal charge
and ahould le paid.
I am aware that hraaa hand went to
your County Jail and serenaded the in
"I am awate that certain newspapers
in your county have awn (It to disparage
I lie prosecution in thia caae, and have
referred to my effort! and those of my
atihordinatea therein in an unfair and
apparently malignant spirit.
I am aiHo aware that you were pres
ent with viy representatives at Iho ex
animation of the lynching case hy your
irand Jury, and I am informed hy my
reprenentativea that you and they were
agreed that the evidence, there adduced,
warranted the indictment of Ieveuton,
Itrown and Kadea, and that you and my
representative were fully convinced of
the guilt cf the men indicted; and
you have not assigned a belief in the in
nocniiro of the indicted men na one of
your reaiiona for doairing tod'amiaa their
4'aaea 1 am warranted in aaauming that
you atill believe, aa do my repreaeoU
tivea, that the Indicted men are unquea
In concluajon, permit me to any that
the crime for which thebe men stand in
dicted ia the blackest that ha ever been
committed in the history of tbisHtate;
that notwithstanding all the diHCotirHg
in facta hereinbefore mentioned, I am
tiuvertheleia keenly sensible that the
honor of Imth the state of California as
well ax that of Modoc coost y la Involved
in the prosecution, and that I intend to
prosecute these defe idanta with all the
vigor and energy at my command ; and
to that end, I hereby direct you to pro
ceed w ith the arraignment of lc fcnduiits
Jxventon, Drown and Eadee, and to
have their trial set for Monday, the 11th
day of November, having the raxes so
net that the defendant, Urown, will bo
The Modoc papers are (touring hot
ahot into the political and private tin
atomy of Attorney-Oeneral Ford, and
charge Mm with the violation of pro
fessional courtesy and a breach of pro
fessional confidence in thus giving to
the public through the medium of the
Han Francisco preaa the contents of a
private letter. The conduct of the Attorney-General
ia moat aeverely oiit
.iciaed In Modoc.
Klamath Stockmen Organize. .
The Klamath county tockmn have
orgimlxeit for mutual pio'ertlon. The
hlrvm h) that a H eeling was held at
Itaumnu'a hall In Itonanr.a rn Oct. Kith
and the meeting was railed to order hy
Ixiuia lieilxr who, in a neat dH'e.-li,
ntated the object of the call. The Klain
alh Hiockineu Ariatioii was then
formed by the flection of the following
nlhVera and rxecutiv conunltU-e.
t ha'lea llorloK, prealden'i John
Shook, vice preaident; J. (. Hamaker,
ae-retary; A. C. Hamaker, treamirer.
Kxecullvn committee : Frank Adams, of
Merrill, Fred Melhaxeof Fort KUmaih,
L. It. ApplegaUiot Klamath Falls, Al
lien Walker of Illy, Frank hwlnglt,
Frank (iroha, Hila Kilgore, Iui tier
ler,T. J. Oltleld, Harry Itidierst and
Henry Vincent, of l-angell valley, John
MiiKik of Dairy, Henry Anderson of
Tula Lake, Frank K tier of I'oe valley
and Frank Arant of Lost river.
The F.xecutlve committee met last
Katurday at Botianta to frame resolu
tions and by-lawa. The initiation fee ia
one dollar and every tock grower who
duire t join the association ia re
(ueied to forward to (he secretary hia
name, posolllce addreaa, and one dohar.
V.mry member will be presented with
copy of the by-laws.
To the Public.
Allow me tossy a few words in
if Chamlierlain a Cough Kemedy. 1
had a very severe rougii and cold and
leared 1 would get pneumonia, 'nil after
tiiklug the secoml Jose of this medlMnu
I fell heller, three dottle, of it cured my
cold and the pains in my chest dis-
apN-ared entirely I am most respect
fully yours for health, Kai.pii 8. MavaKs
114-Th rty-seveinh M. , Wheeling, W
Va. For rale hy I,ce lleall, drugntst.
kemedy for Mog Cholera.
KlllToB Kxamikkh : The losaea to hog
raisers in Northern California within lb
last six months from cholera hits been
enormous. On a recent trip througli
(ioos Lake valley, between Iikeview
and lavi Cacek, I noticed that tl
furmers were rnising a large number of
hog. I will give your readers who are
eiigagel in that industry a splendid and
cheap preventative of that disease
Hrxt, by all means aeep your ns
dry and clean; give your hogs either
good well or running spring water, and
giv toe tn tlie lo. lowing itose two or
three times a week1 one tablexiooiifull
to a grown hog, thoroughly mixed:
WiMMt rhart'oal lib
Sulphur I III
Hilihaia Mwllum lib
Hul.lililo antimony . lib
Clilortil xxlliini 2 1b
Hlrarlmnata Mxllum 3 lb
llypuaulpbaic txxllum 21b
l'ulverite and thoroughly mis. For
shoals giye one teaspoonful.
Brookvale Pto-k Farm, Oct. 2t, 190 1
A Phyalclan Teetifle.
"I have taken Kodol Dvsnensia Cure
and have never used anything in my life
that did me the
gmai tlmt did," aaya
l-ounty rhvsician (ieo. W. Kcrogva of
llall countv, (,a. "Ileing a physician I
have prescrila-d it and found it to give
the ll renults." If the food vou eat
remains undigested in vour stomach it
ilecaya there and oolsona the avstem
You can prevent thia hy dieting and that
means starvation. kodol lyspeHia
Hire u incuts w nai you eat. lou need
suffer from dysjKMiia nor starvation.
The worst cases quickly cured. Never
fails. Lakeview Drug Co. 44
A writer in the London Lancet dia
putaa the commonly received opinion
regarding the injiiriousntsa of new
bread. He aaya stale bread, when
broken between the teeth, resolves
lutif Into gritty particles, which, If
they ware not softened with aaliva,
would be neat to impossible to swal
low, consequently man thoroughly
inaaticatea stale bread and in doing sa
impregnates it with saliva, which Dir.
tlally digesta and adapts it to the ab
sorptive action further on in the ali
But new bread, beina- aoft an.! nl.
tic. La more apt tf b swallowed with
out niaatieation, or, In other worda.
bolted. It ia in this act. he think, thai
the injury exist and not in the charac
ter of the bread. IUt rolls would h
juat as digestible as stale ones if they
progeny masticated. ne refera
in this connection to the doir as a teach.
er of an Important physiological lee-
son. This animal holts meat, but eau
bread, because the mouth parts are
able to do little toward the digestion
i meat neyoiu! reducing It to a con
venient form for swallowing. He, how
ever, seem to overlook the fact that
the dog's teeth are illy constructed for
chewing, and that this is most likely
the reason for his expeditious disposal
Another curious fact which he calls
attention to Is that stale bread is not
more dry than new. This is shown
by aubmltting stale bread for a short
lime to a high temperature. Under
such conditions It becomes aoft and
plastic, regaining its newness, and this
despite the fact that some moisture
must be driven iff in the operation.
He thinks this is explainable on the
suppokitloii that In new bread there la
free water present, but that in stale
bread, while it is still there, it Is in a
state of true chemical combination.
In general, he concludes, It is a sound
physiological plan to thoroughly masti
cate every morsel of fond before swat.
Our Uoliomia Lner in a
pood appetizer, tfooil to tante,
an up-buililer of health. Spe
cial care in exercised in mak
ing it, Hpeciul care in exercis
ed in handling it.
Ilavo you ever tried 13o
Write for tcrnm and prices.
BUFFALO BREWING COMPANY
Sacramento, Cal. "'
G. W WISE.
The Plush House,
Pluah, Lake County, Oregon
I'arlor on Main Hlrit-l, Juki nor lb of
field's Mrrubainllae Ktore.
Prlrr. Mii'tt-ral and HalUfactlnn fluar
autre'l. tilve tnv a call.
FRANK T, GUNTHER
J. W. Maxwell
Ten of the Best
high grade and
S240.00 and up
Organs 850 up
FAKK AND WASHINGTON STKBETS
A. P. Armstrong, LL. B Prlaclpal
A practical, progrcaalv school, coaapicvous
for thorough work, with hundred of graduate
ia positions aa bookkeepers aad stenographer.
Already proud of a high standing whrrerrr
known, it Meadily grow better and better.
Open alt h year. Studeau admitted any time.
Private or claaa Instruction. Leant what and
ow wa teach, and what It costs. Catalogue free.
Board of Olractors .
D. P. THOMPSON, PRKSIDKNT
l. SOLW COHKN - - DAVID M. DUNNB
Stoves and Ranees
Taty hav been the tUndard cookcrt and"
healers lor three generations. Without aa'
equal; a signed guarantee with every ACORN, t
Create! variety ia patterns, and prices offered 1
OKtxrrltier to The
Kismlncr who rrmova I
Irom one loeallir to niiniber. or rhsnae
ineir potmr mnnr-m h.iiild rcmemM-r lo
drop Ih la offlne a card an tlilr paper can tx ad- I
dreswd (o Ih right poatofnea. I
I kepi on file at E.C. Dmr'n
Adrrrtlnlna Atmrr S4 nd fi&
Mm-liani' JCarbanae. Han Krn(iKo. ('!..
wlier contract lor advertising can be made
Horseshoeing A Specialty
For J) on killing or Meal
ing stocs belonging to fhf
South Eastern Oregon
Will be given tor lb arreat umI eoariaion of any per-
mo or pmoo Mealing any Mock belonging
to SMaaber of this AsaodaUoa,
J. D. COUGrlLIN,
J. H. INNES, President.
alslVW wLafiW V
AYRES & SCHLAQEL, Props, i
Beer sold Wholesale & Retail
Delivered any place In Town
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN, Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. m.
every day but Sunday.
Returning, leaves Paisley
at 6 :30 a. m. every day but
Passengers' are f j. Round trip fg
OFFICE Reynolds VYingtield', Lakvview.
J. E. BERNARD & SON
ARE DEALERS IN
GENERAL HARDWARE, WAGONS, BUGGIES
IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINES.
WIND MILLS, PUMPS,
Call and see us before
we will save you money.
& . Si
I City Meat
aiNEW BRICK BUIlDINGfij
uuui iiuiiii ui nuiei latrifcrr
Beef, Pork and g
Bologna, Sausage, Etc
) CAN BR
EVEKY PUKSE ) slJ,,fcu
Have been established by the SOUTHERN
PACIFIC bctwaca all parts of
and It great aaaabar a teaaaaa resort by
which thacspena ol a trip Is reduced ta
a ver low and rcasooablc rat.
FROM ALL PARTS OF CALIFORNIA.
TO TrlH If PSOkT IN TUB SHASTA BE.
aioN. lake tahoe and si wound.
IN05, YOSIiMITR. THB blO TREES, THE
KINGS RIVER COUNTRV.
FRO1 SAN JOAQUIN AND SACRA.1ENTO
TO THE MONTEREY BAY COAST.
FROn THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, ARIZONA
ANl NEW riEXI0
TO THE SEASHORE IN SOUTHERN CAL
IFORNIA AND THE RESORTS OP
For full Inlorautloa, Inquire x4 acarcst agent
S. I. McNAUGHTON, Propriety
Oftlce. Hotel Llnkville
Klamath Falls. Or.
Lea re Lakerlew at : a. a.; arrireatBli
in 11 hour.
Leare Bly at a. m.; arrire at Klaratb alls
In 16 boars.
Leave Klamath Falls at 7 a, m.; ariire at
Beiwtrk In hours.
Leave Beawick at ft a. m arriva t Ar in
Make eooaection a ith all triios at Antt
Psaaenaer, expraaa and Ireiaht tratfi
solicited. All business entrusted to a
will be expedited.
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F taa araaaaa mwl ta aaaai aarrarr.
attad he aa Imrl sjadtoari 1
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