p I I. XXII. LAKKVIKW, LAKH COITNTV, OKKUON, THl'RSDAY, NOV. 21, liJOl. NO. 46. I RABBITS WERE LOST Attorney K ante IMays a Trick on Hammond and tin., Two Innocents. hat Putrid Attnrncy Ib-ai , IUiiimi..imI mi'l Court It" in, three prominent iiifin "babbit l'lilli"ol Lakeview. "hi-mingH" white n'HiriiiiiB I it it 1 1 1 r week"' i"i l ii i v scut, I ii' ri-!lM l Km '. jncll II- I" I lu ll ntlllldlllg IK ' lllll I III' ll"W I'll' bed I"-"' r Ilif i.tmhiip, mil j n m" ni r.iU'il "i" mi deep II 1 1 ' I lix lt r 1 1 1 1 v! "er '"' "'" Hi 1 '. . 1 1 . - f ll.iin I'- - m t i imli.iilliV I" Imi'l wmk ami M n, e in Inll.irt ing the --U "I ;,,,... ' It Mil- -u.'.'i-"'!"! Inn- ,1 uli.i i at' .in' ..I liciiiin ' ,. Ilia! In- I'll I hi- 11 !!. w i ! I'" I' ''iv .in. iiii-i I . I n- i H li'' -II iiil.ii,.- i Inm-eli ( i-i. Ill" p1' -' ! w"r1, j, t n i.ii" iliii i!i-iin Ii-iiiI. r . ( tl nr 1'niifl t lull iM-n- HI..I -..ff'-n-'l. Il.-t" ll, -l,l.m-l Tid:".'" detail- , ' 1 ' ' I lii- I lii-.IIMI-H. ai-f-. illlilll"l"l Hint I "Mil II" M C:iUin ' 'Mil' " lit-t Mll.d.tv l.vl.'. l'ii" Mm' fi.iin I .i L'-vi.-rt II. ill I' IiImt a- i a- ll ' live. ''"' iiii .in I-." r."n- "i ami ' '"i- f ,.( 'ill I I I II' I, tlll'V ll'd l il.iv, iiml c' ll ey bad 1,1 - l'11-e '-I II ll.' "II,' .HI. if t ,, lllliill, I.I, ll i lllxilll 1" IIII-'" lm.it ll I ill:-. I'" li"l-i ll c luvii.it wen- t 1 1 well ""'ii .is annul .'. o'clock ill ll'"' i i '.I- iiiif.- t-. t.i ii-nii-ii r. i -i imi III" ..-.in.-, r "I 'Ii- p.iity. i.l l, , ,1 , I I,.- r I il.g hi .11 I I . . ' 1 1 1 1 .1 1 : l t.i I 'lew '. II dl-tnlc " twelve mile-. Mi I :-. ri.--. h . ii i.vcr ll," n'.i'l li'l"ii' and In-. I In l.iiV" bid ll i : ri- Mini srii-ncc in in- Mi l. mi climbing. II. ll', I '. 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 , I IIII' I flll'll'l I" Inn, who l"llnWci III" I : I iiii" ciintidelicc. Leaving llii'ir i v ascended ll." 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 iiihI til a distance "I three iinl", ' I'HIII" to II fork III ill" roil I. ailing to rnuuiii7.il mi, I III" re lui In lii-w. I 'iili'ilinmli'ly Mr. !!"i ' knowledge "' l- ami Imigil udc became mixed, kni'-H, iii 'l l"il Ihi-in off on tin' mad. Tli" night was pri'ily .ul "mill iiu-il iiuiiH-rniiH rm'lii Ssioii uii'l lln- m r I lui'l li ll ovctcoat iiml gloves in tin- Iter trudging a matter of hix I'timi'H mi lli"ir k 1 1 . Hint -- oii nil fniiri, tin-y liecaiiic alumn-d iiml Inilli'il l'i liol. I a Mir. Ilv lln- li iln-ir hand lllll UtoIII" hi llfl'll"ll Willi III" lV ilint of h nut i-llnit lln-y ioilli lui'l to lillilil A louring l i in hhh aliniit 10 o' -Im k al 4 Halinlli'il yt't lluit tlii'y wito tin roml. IIi-iuni-H iikurrii'il on 11". Finally in lln- inky lilm-k niulit tin-y I'oniiiii'iiri'il to ro ht"pH, niffi-riiii: at i-vi'iy yaiil travi'iM-il. ''li"y n-arlii'il i::;o u'clnik in tin iihhniiih ' i-xlinii-t"il iiihI faint fiinn uiviiikf tllli-n I l I 1 1 1 vT fiiii'i' in lli" i" inns .lay. fit Sat Down on (JuigK. nl li.iw It'i.iM ii li cat lIllH II 1 1 1 ii ii ljui.v i-. inii-it'hi inu (i. liMiuiJ wi'iil to W'iihIi i im -iilrirM ol III" iiiai'liiiii' man, finally In- i u 1 1 in ilnl dial if j I not n-laini'il lln- inarlnni' I anti-UooM'vi'lt il"l"i:at"H fin k in I'HH. It is Kii.l lliat il iii-iii ly linili-il I'Vi r. Ilircaii'ii in"'.1" In- yiinintl out l"i'lli. "'lln' ijniikiT you at h'li'l In I hi -i tii'.M tli" I'll I'll In-." Ii llii- lli-a in liin t-ar, Imi llu' 1'ri'hiili'nt ii-m-ihi'. lay not -.i-ciiH' a mthihI ti-rin. i- vi iii at li iiMt In-'ll lie 1'ii-n. MURDOCH IS JOSHED SOMIi Manila Itth" Victim at Klamath l:nl I Turn the Joke on the Well Known Attorney. 'I In-llill'l In rill of MIIHlll'nX Wllil.'ll llllN U-i-ii iliiiiirf I In I'. h. tnnr" our iii.iiiit nl tin' l'liiliiiiii"n iiml Culiu Mill .-"iitl-m.-K lln milk of liinriiii tli" f"n luri' -, ), ii'niU' ol K I u ti i u 1 1 1 FnIIh, lily ii:,. I l.iki iii-w, my " Id" A-lilnii'l Ki- ni'l. I I. ii- im- ., rial nwi ill IWv iiml I ll.iin "i" ii ill klaiimlli I iiIIh in.'iv. iili- laidr iiIhi" AMnriH-y II. I'. Mnnl k ii i-lill at lli" i-il Iiiiiih" an. I . I"! ii -. inn lln- ' J X.I'l-1" ' ' I if til" t'.MII tlllll.l-.-ll Hlilll'll Until!. Wlll-lltll" .1... a-.- lift t..k Iml'l ..I tin I all". Mnr 'I .i k ' j . i i 1 1 - I ' lln- in t in-, ni'li tli" li in. uii Unit ll ;i ii"t t in it I i i X ti.lt- Hi" l.,,t - I,,.. I. Ail.iiiy .1. W . 1 1 an.al.i I in l-i-in.' l.ii :i ii' ll..- ! .ll In- In in" mIh-Ii- -.-.'lii- i lill -ili'll uli- allli. l"l. II" In ll-lll,.' i 1. 1 1. 1 i , ii," nii.it lulu .1 i.i Li; tin- anlli'.r itii - that im- kii'iii.- Inin ill liii.l.n. a". 1 l'"ii.U n l.inyi r ii.uiiinliy 1 1. n i 1 in In Inn l he In-All. I In' ruin -1, til 1 1 l li 1,1 mill at l.i-l u . i In l iillllik: Im ilaiiiai-H lit Un til li- nl $ l .,-r la ami i-till riiinir. 1 In !" l nnlv nil" lri.ll ril., I ih I nf K" 11,,'llt, III" Mlln.ili kll'K-. Vll.'lil l"rti,.rh n-iili-.l nl in, 1 1 1 1 1 . Tlii-n- i only mi" i .l-" nl l.ak.-vn-tt, I I in .ti"t.t Immiik vi-ty Im I ly I'mki-n ..'it nl.'l ..in.- Ii-.lt- .11" i-l 1 1 1-r 1 .1 1 ln-i 1 a- In . Ii i- in--1 i-r . i I In- Ii-liial" Im in hivm-i-'! "f liaviiiu' -t .in il I In- ill -i-n i in klamatli iimty II I I'l'l'll lllli-'l In Jarknnii rnlliity. i l ln r- i lintl'iiitl it,' ri- lii'i-iil nt tli" mii.iI1..,. ra-i- in l.ak" iirt , .ml i'" t- i-triin- in in mly I-,i v- "I ti l, , iiia-iiiin li .I' ll i- miiIi- - it 1 1 - 1 1 f i-....iti-'l niiil i-tintly iii,iriinl iiu-il . A l.iiiilk'atll, Mali'Ui lulu t-i-i-ti i.tiilili-li. , il itHn ia, llu M.li i.f l'..y . an. I all l..i n-i Imni ill. it -l-ltl'.ll Inn II I I .a kt-v .1 -A .III l'l,,,lliy -II.. k. .1 " I'll. ' kliulill kllOikcJ Out. I'.. I. ni ti-n I l.'.'i-aii'l n-"'!i-a t i". Iian- ii l'avilinn in un 1-rancici.-o, lu-t I ri- I ,i y iil-ilil , J.iiiii-h .1 . .Ji-ff rii-H. tin- (liaini mil nl tin lifin- iii na, kimiki-il out liui Kin, lin tin- Arkon lii.tnt in tin- tiftli I'.iiii'l. Tl.K li-l.t huh a tuiiif nITair, anil Kliiilin Man Iiihii-iI ami i- u 1 1 -. I u 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 r ami laker. In tlit' i-rrmul rouinl .li ffi i"M tiavi- Klnilin a lilnM lliat took all tin-li-ilit nii'.if Inin ii ti . I In- wiih ynt'ifv niaik In. m that until llu' i'lnii' of llit- liilit. I.. i-.ir olln'HMirl in laiki-vii'W iiTt' in ilifir k'lory tin- niilit of tin- liK'lit, n Wlmrtmi & Smith nf tin "Piilaiv" luul irt-o i ii ii ii inn into tlii-ir ri-hort, anil w itli n,ii ntnr I'.urko at tin- innt riiiiit'tit tin litilit wiih tii-ki-il off dy miinilx in ili-tail. Tin r" wiiri ii I. UK" t rouil pri-Hi'iit, and nun Ii i n '. i-ri-H t tiiki-n in tli" t'Vi-nt. 'I lie iimni iflom i( tin l'lilai't' irt i-oiniratn-lati-il on tln-ir t-iit"iiiii-t', an il huh lli" liiHt 1 1 mo in l.akcvinw lliat 111" iii MH n( hiii-Ii a -ileal fvt-iii in .iiniliti" i-in-li'ti iih ili-laili'il liy in, ilnl.-" an llu- li-ilit mhh iro-iii-nMnt;. Telephone Director. Aleet Al H llli'i-tlllli of till' llirm tnrn of tin I. nkeoiiiint y 'l'el"ilioiH' C'oniniiiy lu-lil at l'-iinli'v lant ut't-k olliri'H wi-re i-h-tallinli"i, ji-bti'ii Ih n.iiiii, It'll ami tin' tariff for M-rviru on tint lino whh llxcil as follouM : ' I.aki'vinw olliro at tli store of Avers, Wliitwortii & Ayt-m. t aniK" 1 1 . Ayt-rs utiil II. I'.WIul wni lli, ani'iilH. 1'aiblt'V oHiiv nl tlui htoii' of I ii-nin" Conn. ( ii-m ii' ( 'nun iii-i 1 1 . Silver Luke ollii-e at tlie Httrenf I-'. M . ( 'li I ismaii . 1 . M. Clil ininali n'i-nl. Way oll'ii-en were extalilinlieil alnntf the line at the fnllnw um pluieM : I'. A. Iti hiirt rancli, Cinnkeil Creek ; S. II. Cliainller ranch. Crnnkeil Creek ; Haw kiim i-i liini'liait .Mill, Crooked Cr.-ek ; S. It. Cliainller raiieli, Lower Crnnkeil Creek; lleryfnril liron. ranih, Lower Crooke I Creek; Win. Harvey much, Summer Lake ; Mix. I'. W. McMnwell, I 'tint olliee, Siimnier Luke; Lent fur telephone cervice at way nlUceH Ifll ier inolith.ilay Heryic.n. llll'IH lllll MTHHAOItS. 1 tn .'II lllln i. I'clllH. .ii in in . :i.'i in in i'.i " I... In lue " V i " Mehhiiiies not to t-M-eit'l three miuuteN lime, 'l ln- Miiii ol -ei cent will he ehtiiyeil for eiicli Hililitiomil minute. ' CONSOLING. St. ItuHi-la: - I'nn't i ry. i-lKKy. back ofter the ret of the family aaon." New I'm K Ti . ' '..nr. LAKI POLKS A WORD TO HUST EAT! THE WlbE! We are Ciettin k Our I'Jour I?rom J. It. Huntington Tell What In- K Lima tl Cheaper Than the Home Product 5elL4 at. Manv ..f t." rich -t,,. k yrnwern nf tli" Silvi-r Ink" (nuiilii hnV" -iirii I Mn ir iiml "tin r mi..Iii in Klainalli cnuiitv tin" l.ill. Tli i r ti nl" i- viihiahle h iil u ni I li an i-fl'.rt In m-enre. I wonl'l he ili-nritl.l" il a tnnr" ilirn t ta(n line ami limil nli-i vi" ciiul'l 1," hail uilh Silver Ink". 'I hm ami ntlu-r i-ff'irtn woiilil luu iiia'i lnli in liiitiinti much H'Mi tmnal tniHinei-i in Klaimttli e.jnnty. khimatli Ki-. ulil lean. Tli ere in no pat t i' U la r ohji-ct imi to M-iih-ntn of Lake canity ,utcliHt-iiii tln-ir their hiuI nl In-r r.nj..lit-H from our (i-ti-r coMiity, Klamath, hut It a'Un to Th" l.xamii.cr that tlu-re i-4 miiu'thiiik: ra'tieally wrnnjin Ihii enni-i-olion that .li'iillil U' liilit"i. A " 1 1 1 1 t'.io trnoil liri-t mill" III "1 ,1-1 .ll I'.ll ill th" nnlllll "II'I of th" cnuiitv uii'l iiimtlii-r in the t'lic ;l",l'.'ll lliat lli.iki- l.n -I ,-t -lit i to haiuliiiii; It." irn.liu-i- nl th" farms of that -c, ten, it unit!.! m-i-iii that the .,-".li nl Lake -i unit y nil-ihl to he fili ,li"l Ht liniii" if the mill nu n wiuihl i'ii ii mi .i" the iaiini-in In raiwuioie wheal. The il. maml f'.r the etaliillimetit of a liiK Hour mill in Lakeview whm never more tireul than at tlie ,riMent time. I.nii' ii)i'i The Lxaminer ".inte(.l out the lieiVHHily for hiii-Ii an nterpriw, ami it w a i lice nerioie.lv talkeil of ly some of our local (jiint-rn ami merchaiila. Of i-nurne thin in an utiUHual hmihoii, an ernpH were liiih in tioone Lake valley (hi." year iiml the farmerH iliil not raine their iihiial iiunla. l'.ut auollier mill in Luke county in a piiliiie neci-n-iiy ami nhonlil he Imilt. Without ilmibt liy next fall Lakeview w ill have ample water (Hiwer to turn the w lii-els nl many mi. li enlerprinen. TiHlay the inercliantd of Lakeview are Inlying Klainalli county Hour liei-aiiee the Lake county pro-ilucl is too ex peiinive to think of Unin-i it. It appeaid to he a fact that the Klamath proilnct can be nhiicl in anil sold on our inn limuiul cheaper than our home proilnct. Thin money hIiouM he kept at home. How can it te done? What are you t;oiii; to do alnmt il? Oil in Lake County. An exietimeiit lim proven ilmt Lake county is rich with oil. The excite ment incident to the recent diHioveries on thiH count, and especially in Orejirn, has led The 'amiu"i to iuV"Htiiate. lieeently we found near Lakeview a ipiantity of liiiiid, dirty and nasty MiiclliiiK nt ufl", which we al once con cluded iiiuhI he the dt ippinn from an oil dcponil. A small In it lie of thin liquid wiih forwarded to I'nrtiand for ex jiert exaininal ion. I. M. Wittson, I'reti idelit of the Watson Oil Colupanv, juo liouneeM il the out-cinpiiinn nf oil with iispliiilt ha He, of a like quality to that formed in California. W.l'. Keady.of I'ortland, who wiim heie a lew weekn ami with II. V. tiatcH, who examined the liquid, siivh it is "sine oil," and addrj that "Lake county is the greatest oil ie iinn on thu COUNt " There are placed in Lake County wheie the water is ho impregnated w ith oil that it. is wholly unlit to drink. JioulitlesH with the advent of a railroad in Lake county , the oil Imsiness viill liootu hero aluni,' with other industries now dormant . flu dices are lie hind the Leas in;; of the Public Lands. Last week The Kiaiiiim-r had an ar tic e nil llu- stand of the Nehraska, Wyo ming, I'.'I'ira.I.). l.'tali and .M-iiitaiiastnck ni ilaiilzatiullH Hk'ailiut the prnpnsi-d lilil In Iras" the (iiililic Ian. I a. The i luiaha ('..mmi-icial Club mid the National ir riiiitmn (.'onress are tun impnriant facto, c auaiiinl I'-ann. Thu advK'ates of the lull have repeatedly told the peo ple lluit. the stockmen all over the West ueie in favor of the measure, hut the ippo.-itniu in gradually i.uniii,' ground and the i-eopie liti-d liol fear that 1-as'.-clll Dii-nii i.-l uli. lie in il- opposllioli. The ini ri-snmn n iii"ii out that the country lavnieil lenniiiii in order to weak ell the i-lioitr ol those w ho nppimed it. J. li. 1 1 'im iniiloii ol I'nrdanil, who is '.aknui a lively n.ti rirt in the matter wriies to the L.lilor nt tin- Orcmiiaii : Portland, N v. n (To the Kditor; The Omaha Telegram puhlished on the fouiih pa tie of your to -day's i-.-ue. is in dicative of wImI is hiliiii limit-I. 'r and against the prnire.s of the measure to he introduced at the next session of congress, providing for the partitioning ol the unoccupied public, domain ill cer tain stales and territories, among the owners of livestock; and the attention of all persons who think there is no dan-ier of the enactment of such a law is directed to it. It is no doubt true, as slated by the dispatch, that the larie cattle and slieepraisers are U-liind the effort thus to dispose of our government lands, and letall w )ioopHise the measure commence to realize thu power of the in fluence with which they are to be con fronted at the National legislature. J. B. UrsTtxi.Tos. We wonder how long the people of Inke county are going to remain indiffer ent regarding this matter which effects our very existence? Is North Warner and The Kxaminer to be the only advo cates in Lake county in opositoin to this leasing bill? We shall see. TELLS THEH ; THEY HUST! i Portland's Press Tells Portland j What it flust do to Save Ore gon's Trade for Oregon. In Hirf-akiiul of the importance of the Columbia Railroad building into Lake 1 county the I'ortlniid Telegram shvs : The routing of the trade of Southeast ern Oicumi ili-j-i-iidn largely upon the ' action of the Columbia S uthern. This all railroad men at nil familiar with the ritual ion concede. Should the Col nuibia Southern extend its road without deiay, all the trade of this van. territory will be diverted to Portland, where it naturally Ix-lnr.s. In the event that tli s important move in neg'ected or de layed, however, there is imthiiig to jire- : vent the Califoi nia mad from diverting it to San Fraia iuro v ia the J-outhern I'a cilic cuiiiii-cled at Keiin. In this event the tiade of this section will perhaps be forever lost to I'ortla'.d. California already control a large pni tii in nf the trade ot Si, lit l.c set n Ore gon. Freighting is dni.e fmm the ter ii i ii ii - of the Caiil'irma mad to Lake view, and even as far s 1'ainley. Tlie Cnlutnbia niithern ulso reaches out t") a cniiMtleiabl" ditaii-e, freighting lieing done a far south of s-haniko, ihe pres ent teriiiintis of the mad, as Silver Lake, a distance nl 1'") miles. Freighting over the-e inagtiiliceiit distances will cease w ith the adi anee of rail facilities, and the balance of trade natura'ly will fall to Ihe trade entering the territory first. The projected extension of the Col umbia Southern will be a Comparatively cheap pete of railroad construction. With the exception of the first 30 or 40 miles lieyoud Shaniko, which is beset with some engineering ditliculties, there is an easy grade, tlie land being com paratively level. It is lint timte plain what the promoters i f the Columbia Southern Kaitroad are waiting lor, but it is apparent that it heh'Hjves the merchants of I'ortland, if they care in the leasl for the trade of Southern Oregon, to insint upon (and as sist in if necessary; the extension cf the mud. This is the most practicable route in Soiii;.ern Oregon and iierhaps the only one projected that will insure 1 the trade of this section to Oregon's me tropolis." The press of I'ortland is straining ' every effort to induce the business men ' of that city to put money into the Col un.bia Southern enterprise to insure the extension and save Southeastern Ore gon's trade for Oregon. Sent to Napa. The New- Era says: Mrs. Km ma Dora Hastings, wife of O. A. Hastings of New Fine Creek, who ran away from home, last week with her two little children, and came to the Oram! Central Hotel, was taken in to custody upon ihe suspic ion of being insane. Her husband was sent for, and on Friday lrs. Kisdon and llloiuliii were appointed by the court to examine her as to sanity, ami after ex amination they pronounced her insane, whereupon the court ordered her taken to Napa. On Saturday Sheriff 1!. 1!. Street ami wife left here with the unfortunate woman, to take her to the asylum. "The Branch." Cobb Ib-nkle hasoeiied"The l'mnich," a w i-l! titted re.-ort. one door north of Hotel tie I'nirry. The opening took place last Tuesday morning with Frank Loss, an experienced mixologist behind the bar and in charge of Ihe place. Mr. llenkle proposes to keep everything of the finest mid to sustain bis well known reputation as a saloon mini. "The Mranch" is very neat in every respect. I'rtip in ni.d sinilu w ith Koss. 1 -Wouldn't It Jar You?" ! If you should lie walking along the 'Ptreet, attending strictly to your own 1 buine-s, and having for a companion ' one of "Job's comfonlers," located on i the nitle of your neck, which caused yo'i to carry your bead at an angle of forty , live degrees, and every body whuluJ any ' sense could see by your carriage and the i white cloth tied high about your neck : that you were miserable; then if some j pretended friend, with more deviltry ! than gumption wo" Id step up to you, throw his arm carelessly about your : shoulder, and, using bis band for a whipcracker would bring it up w ith a pop against the aforesaid ".lob's "oin forter, and remark, "Joe old boy, how ' are you?"' Wouldn't it make you mad? I Well, just ask Attorney Joe Moore if it , wouldn't, and lie is known as one of the i most even-tempered, best-iuitured fel : low s in the world. j "Wild Broncho Bustin'" Lust Tuesday morning K. K. Funk's four-horse team Mood in front of the Field store on Main street, when Charlie l'.uii us, ritling a wild "broncho,'' came 'dashing up the street. The i itler could I not guide his horse away from the team, I and there was a disastrous mix-up. The team ran away ami in the circuit of fifty feet of a mail dash two electric light i mles w ere scooped up and the F unk out 1 til. was damaged to the amount of several i dollars. The damage to the town's property amounted to aWmt 4o. It is understood that all damages w ill Ik' pud and the matter settled. The breaking of bronchos on the public street is lie I coming a dangerous, as well as an expen sive biisine.s. The l'xuminer lias fre j quciitly cu'i'cd attention to this pi a-, lice.