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LAKE COUNTY EXAHINER LAKEVinVN , CKEOON, NOV. 21, 1901.
fiahc Oiotttttvl orantitu-t
Published Evry Thursday
BEACH & M QARREY
I One Year, $J.0
TERMS: ' Sis Months, 1.00
(Three Months 50
LAKEVIEW. ORKOON. NOV. 21, 1901.
CROKER AND TAMMANY.
By the election of Neth Low to tle
mnyorlty of .irenter New York, lii ImrU
Cruiser ai.d Tammany have met tlieir
downfall. Shepnrd is eaid tolMjagood
man but he was the candidate of the
most disgraceful omuirUoii in Atueri
tin H)liti"s. Few people renlice what
tin i in 11 re political body Tiimniniiy if.
Arthur (itMxlrii'li, in the. November
World's oik, take Tammany for his
nubjeet, and Hmotig other thing say:
Down on Ul Chatham f-o,uare is a
joint well known a- one of Tammany's
heelers. It is only one of hall doxen
groggeries on the little npiare, but it
does a large bupiiiean. It dot-a a steady
liusinefs, too, the ame patrons leaning
againet the bar eaeh day, unh-M! there in
a particularly large "graft" on that
keeps a few ay. For the gambler
and the tit ret t walkers of the district all
drink tlieir liquor there, and the pro- j
prielor is the reputed collector of public
money for he district, ll is only one
sample of the many ramifications of the
political power thai controls New York.
Tuts tuan cuu help the gait): of gamb
lers, for he if in the organization. They
must keep "right" with l.ini. The dis
trict leader can do much for him, and
lie keeps 'rii:ht" with the leader. The
Imcuii make or unmake the district
leader, and the leader keeps "right"
with the U'?s. The heeler has a num
ber of gambit rs, the Uader has a large
number of heelers, and the I was has
'M district leaders. And up each
otep, conix iinding and multiplying
tlii each f-eries, money goes. The
lieeJer "stands in" with his superiors,
and his inferiors fear him.
long s the heeler can "deliver the
modi" he holds his power, and in the
fame way can the gambler below and the
leader above him. With the dominat
ing power in Tammany Hall money
alone Lalks, except at election time,
when votes unlet be polled so that the
endless gold'ii chain may not be broken.
The ways in w hich ths steady tide of
coin flow ing into the treasury of the or
gruixation and into the pockets of the
IKiblic servants is kept constantly at
flood are enJiess. They may be tepar
ated ii t' divisions : the amount the
organization can make the criminals
and citizen pay them through fear,
and die i. mount the members can
in ike by the aid of their control of the
city, aud it, is probably exected tat
any "yuod things" of the latter sort will
ttrufit the finance committee as well as
the individual. And it is undoubtedly
true that Tammany Hall profits much
more it leeching of others than by
what it i clever enough to make dirtied-
iu '"j ihs" and associate activities.
Ttie police department, la-cause of its
lelututiiS with criminal-, furnishes the
iLKjrt striking illustraiioii oi the means
employed. The patrolman pays fUO to
jiet bis place. A weil-t j-do member of
the force remarked recently :
the best investment 1 ever
Many a man starts penniless and
jiiows moderately wealthy in a few years
on a small salary. Chief Devi-ry is re
futed to be worth f 00,0i)0. The patrol
man is vxpwled to get ba ' k the money
the place cofta him. Jo he levies jetty
Ijlacknjail here ami gets a little there
t T c'losiiig I. is eyes when the saloon
door is ojn on ,-iinday. After
while begets money to buy himself a
place as roundsman. This costs him
alsii.t f7U). Here there is greater oj
.oi l unity, but he is still grafting for
luolf. When he pay s 13,000 r $4,000
ai d (k'dIiI-i- a sergeant he find" him
-lf within .'he woikings of ihe system
jttopcr. It was when a man who later
Ikm-uiih- txmerlul w as an inspector that
lie nr'aiiled the whole indicate plan by
w hieli thete was a ilclinite scale of pay-
ji.ent. lor disoiderly h 'i-is, gambling'
iieii, opium joints, ih'i.ce !i:i'!- and the I
ft-st ; by IdiJi the di.Mes . i ll.n ward
man Mel' umdo to inelu'e the co!!ec
lloo U ljuse tiiiihts to t: e exclu oir
til uliwtut t-verylbing else . by which tie,
varWais ti(licei s get tlieir .- ..w t- id the re-j
sullsi, Uigeiher w ith In.tnv other de-1
tails if. at lie guardians l the !;uv
alone know '
Jp the Public. '
Mlow me to sav a lew w. i in iir .i;
f Chamberlain'' Cough Kemedy. I
bad ti very severe t'ouii i
f i col'l ami
nin. 'nit after1
leared I would gel put-linn
taking the fceiond done ul thi medi -ine ! generation, of our family have lined Ir.
1 ii-lt itter, three liottle. of :t ured my i King'. New Jiiovery for Coiihumption
fold and the puiim in mv client din- and never found itH eipial for Coiighn
i . i '. . .........i.L,,,! IVilu M Ii'm un llliriVMloil llfl'.fcHVeJ'
ui.iii'iimI entire v. i inn iuom ii-p .-h1
tuily ytMir or health, Kai en S. Mkvkiih,
iei-i iirtv-Mevenih M., U'lu-eling, V.
Va. loir t-ale by U v lleall, drugkit.
THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP.
President Koevell will visit the Pa
cifie Coan-t next summer. He has a
mired Preaident Hen jam in Ide Wheeler
of the University ol California thai be
w ill a jrelv come, and w ill remain long
enough to study the question of irriga
tion of arid lands in the West. The
President is going to make the aubjevt
of iiriuation ,a great part of the Uov
ern mental scheme of National develop
ment. This is a proposition never tie
fore taken up personally by a presi
dent of the I'nlled States. President
Roosevelt wi l emerge fn.mi the well
traveled course of other chief executives
by tking the great question of irriga
tion out of the list of sectional matters
and make it a national issue. He will
embody in his policy the reclamation of
the arid lands as a national duty to x
undertaken a much as the develop
ment of rivers aud haibora. The Presi
dent has some knowledge of the irriga
tion question a practical study being
part of his life while following the bus.
tiess of a ranchman in the bad lands of
Wyoming. lotibtlesa President Roose
velt will find um.-h to attract Ida atten
tion in this regard on the PaciHc Coast,
and in no place can he tind more data to
work oil than in Oregon. A national
system of irrigation means much for the
em iie of Kastern Oregon. We shall
endeavor to attract President Kuce-'
velt to I.ake county when he makes his
tour of the (ireat Northwest. iVmht-
less lie would appreciate the ground
work for his national scheme to be
found here and likewise thank us for
the opportunity we offer to hi in in a
rough ride (?; from t tie railroad to the
Queen City of this inland empire. Who
The Oregon senators and longressmen
seem to be at logger beads regarding ap
pointments to public positions in this
state, rnd have failed to hold a comer-en-e
up to date. This policy w ill not
assist tc any great extent iu the cotitiu
ation of the friendly and harmonious
action of the Congressional delegation,
and will not satisfy the public. Only
recently K-nator Mitchell prevailed upon
President Rooevelt to appoint one
Bilee to a position in the Oregon City
and office, and Senator Simon protested
because he was not consulted in the
ma'.ter. As a result that appoint mnt,
as well as other important ones, are
hung up. Meanwhile the armyof place
hunters continue to knock for recogni
tion. Kastern Oregon republicans should
settle their political quarrels, if they
have any, among themselves and not al
low democratic newspapers to speak for
them. If the republicans of that sec
tion of the state w ill agree upon any
good man and ask for his nomination for
anything on the ticket they will get
it. The trouble usually is that the
bunch grass lioys have a candidate
for every place and they let Portland
use them for a catspaw. They get
turned down as a result aud feel tore.
Kastern Oregon is republican ami de
serves representation on the ticket
with a good office or two. Albany
The Preiident-Hooker Washington
flintier ha Is-en fully digested. Mr.
1 loose veil has lost no prestige, color,
popularity or independence since the
dinner, though some people have tried
to make him sick niiice the big eat.
There will be no war between France
and Turkey. The Poite has decided to
grant the demands of France, and the
French squadron has left Mitylene.
In other words France has "caved Tur
key do'tn the bank."
President Roosevelt is said to advocate
irrigation of the arid lands of the West.
Secretaries Hitchcock and Wilson ate
both w ith him.
Prosperity makes the whole country
have that good old republican feeling.
Li Hung Chang, China's prominent
statesu an and Viceroy, is dead.
The French people w ill eat Turkey on
Reliable and Gentle.
"April's a pill," says the saw. I Jul there
are pills end (.ills. You want a pill w hich
h iei nil. thorough and gentle. .Mustn'l
grii. 1 -Witt's Little Karly Risers li
Ihe bill. Purely vegetable. iiiiill and
easy to take. Lakeview Jrug Co. 41
rroni l oopersville, Mich., comes
ui.nl of tt u-iiiulorfiil ilisi-ovrv of li tileas-
ant liiplid that when used before retir-
ing bv any one troubled with a bad
cough always insures a good nitihts
le't. fl Will cure wie couku mbp,
writes Mr.. S. Hiiuelburger, ''lor three
and CoIiJh." Jt'n an unrivaled life-fcaver
whfeiiiiHed for deHrate lung dineHmiH.
(iuaraiiteed bottlcu 50u uml tl.lK) at J.eu
iieall'H drug utoie. Trial bottles free.
I HPhe new
I I Firm
..The Lakeview Mercantile Company..
F M Miller, frraldrat
' A Mr hart, V I
Y i. MarlUatf Mee A Trraa
1 Lakeview flercantile Co.
Acqiilri a thnroiiKhly
eitm- ul tlie IVIehratril
PERN IN SHORTHAND HY MAIL
Without Itii.-rlvrlnK Willi ur it. ., hi .ill
tt'. Send isMi.l lor Free Trial 1-miii an 'I
lull particular! nf our
Also opinion, ol prominent nliiratort. btitl
nra tuen. ati-noKraiiui-ra anil otli-r., Iu re.
f:arl to this un-ino-l. T. t tsiuk. I.'. Ti rtu.
or Mail lii.tr ii linn. f." pr inonlli.
xm currecti-il ami ri'turnct oil ilay n( rv
Behnke's Law & Commercial School,
TlHHKIt !.M XUTIt t:.
fnilcil Hialin Ijiml rtl
tiiki-rU-a. rt'Kn. (ti-tuiwr 4. I 'l.
Notice In liereliy itiven that in ri.mpllatu'
with the provi.lon. ol the art of t'oiiKreuof
June 3. 1ST i-iitnlil "An ai t for ili- of
timber lanil. in the State, of rnhfornia. Ore
Ron. Nevaila, aiel IVa.hliiKton Termor)'," aa
uli-nil, it to all the 1'iihili- I n u-1 stnie. Iy act
of AllftllM 4. IW.', Jamea il . Ttirpell. of lki'Vlrw.
i-oiinly of I.ake, .t.te of (in-Kon, ta On. ilay
flii-il In tiiit oltii'e lila .worn .iNi.-mi-iii Nt.:'ll.
for the ptin-h.Mi-of iln' K', NKl, s. c. :c. .nil s
'.SKI, of section No. In Tou li. hip No. Ml S.
Kauxe No. t V. W M. ami will nT, r pr.xif in
ahnw that th. I.)il anuicht la inon- aluahle for
It. timber or .tone than for aKrh'iiltural pur-ismi-a,
anil to e.iabli.h hi l, lin In aalil mint
before the KrKlater ami Keeeiver of HikiiHIiv
at l.akFview.iOreuoii, on Kriilay. ihe ltih itay of
DeeemlsT, IiiUI. he nauiea aa w itiu-.-e. iierK
Jannnertlial, J. K. Meiiarrry, Kriiiik Koiitfer. of
lAkevlew, OreK'in, and Davlil I'. ietaml of
I'liiah. OreK'in. Any ami all per.nn. cIuIiiiIiik
.ilveraely the alive-!.-acrlbi'i lamU .re r
iiieaU'il to file tl.eir claiina Iu tin. oltlce on or
bc-fore aaiil 141 li (lay of pet-ember. 1
L. M. I1KTTI.V,
DOKHT l l. l. I'KOOF
I.ainl Ortire at Uk.-vi,-w. I)r. in. in t. I, Iwl.
Noiiee la hereby Klv, n that I-rank M. Sannof
Mi hermiit. NevaiJa. haa llleil noliri- of iiilen
tion to make proof on lila ,1,-M-rt Inii'l ,-lalin No.
4J1, for the fnlioH inn cliwribeil trai t of lanil:
roiiiini-iii-.iiiK at a point on the .tale line he.
tMeen the Mtate of (in-Kon ami NeaiiM. where
tliL-Hoiiih Fork of Mel'eriiiiit reek cr,iM a .aid
line, ami rinmliiK north one iiiarier ol a mile,
thence weat one half of a mile, tlieln e north
one ijui.rl.T ol a mile, thence ur.t our half of a
mile, lln n. e .until one half of a mil" to alate
line II ern e eakt alomr aahl atate line one mile
to place of )eif imiliiK ami ahonl four inllea
noriliea.t of In.a.tur l eak In Netaia, itiiitain
iriK 240 ai re., before A. (. KIiik, ton io rl, rk at
Vale, Oregon, on Krelav the 'Si I eay of Novvin
her, I'm), lie name, the follou inir wil ne.iiea to
prove tlie eoinnleie Irrigation ami rerlitmatlon
of aaul lanil: it. Sane. Charlea ilaywaril,
harif a H.y, l-rniik ( oimor, all of .Mi l, rinlli,
OCI1T 41 K. M. BK ATTAIN, llegi.ter.
TMIIIKIC OTI( K
I'lllteil St. tea Ijtlnl Oltlce,
I.itkcvlew. (iri'von, Oct, II, 1MH.
N'otii-e la iierebv uiveu that iu comniiaiice
witli the iiroviHioiiH ol the act of I nuk-re.. of
June. 'I, IS7H. eutifleil "An act fr 'lie .ale of
limber lamia 111 the Malm of ( Hliforiilu, Ore
Kim, Nevaila. ami WaaiiiiiKton I --rntury," aa
exieuiled to nil the Public I.hihI Hlutea bv act
nf Aiiuual 4. W, Charlea H. Iivele.a, of Lake
view, county of I.ake, Mian- of Oreiroii, haa thi.
lay tiled in thltolllee hi. aworu alati.'iiieiit No.
:u, for the purihaw- of I lie H of sK1.. NW,
of sk' , of Kee. No. Zi ill Tp. No. :!h h, K. No. 'JU K.
and will offer proof to nhow that the lmul aoiiKht
la mole valuable for Ha tlinlier or aloiiu than
for .Kr:eiillural tiur(Mea, and lo i-H(ahli!i hia
(JhIiii lo i-nid lamfhelnre Hi, Kixi.ier and Ke
eeiver of 1 1 1 1 m -(1 m - at Ijikevieu , On sou, on Fri
day Hie 271 h day ol llee, l'.xll. lie lialuea aa
w itne.Ki'.: W, K . H.rr , Jmiih-m II. Turpen, K.
U . hwiiiK, Nathan K.'W'ileox, all of l.nkeview,
Ori'Mou. Any and all peraon. iJhiuiiiim ad
veri.ely (lie ttiiove ili.cribeil land, are re-
liie.led to file t heir elai in h in thi. nrflcc on
or before .aid 27lh dav of leeeml,er, l'.ail.
1.1117 II E. M. Hit 1 1 I AIN. It'-Ki.ter.
It.t.ltr I.AM IIWI. I'llOOK
I,u nd Ottieu at Lakeview, Oreiroii, in t. I"), l'Kil,
Notlee la hereliy Klveii that l.llile liiKe of Mr
liermltl, Nevada, haa filed notlee of itiiuntlon
to make proof on her deaerl-lalid elniiii No. In.l,
lor the follow I UK de.eribed trait nf lund : Sta' t
luff at a point about one half mile above the
mouth of lllver i reek, follow. 1iik the atate line
mil! mile ea.t, thenee due north one half mile,
Ibi-uee vt eat olia mile, llienee aoiith onu half
mile to atitle line at la,e of bi'Klniiini.'. Thia
I m ul Ilea aoiilh of ami adjolii'uK Noah H.
W liiler. lid. i-laiui on Melierinilt I r,- k ami
marked by mo'iiiiueiita at eaeh of the four for
lier. and ia aitualed iu Malhi ur coiinl y, alate of
I in-Kon, before A. ii. K line, enmity clef k lit Vale,
iretoii, on Kriilay, the 'SM day ol November,
l.ajl. him iiuinia Ihe followiiiK ulliie..ea to
prove the complete Irrigation ami reelaniallon
ofkaldland: t'li.rlea llayward, I'luk lloyd,
Krunk.M. Hauv, i' rank Connor, all of Mrlier
Hill l , Nevada.
oi l. 17 11 K. M. IlKATTAIN, Id -glater.
( ATh A New
Successors to II. C. R0TIII: &
LARGER and BUTTER
THAN EVER BEP0RE
We will soon have on
hand the largest and most
complete stock of
Ever opened up In South
? S. F. Ahlstrom
Manufacturer of the
Recognized aa the
Wagon ami Hug;y Harness. Whijw, Hobos, Koatas, J
Hits, Sjurn, QuirtH, Hosolto, VAo. -o J
J Hopairinr of all kinds, by
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Beehives and Furniture
of all kinds made to order. Write for
estimates on contract work & material
CLOSING OUT SALE
MY ENTIRE STOCK
A very large and handsome
assortment of Ladies' and
Gentlemens' Watches, and
complete line of Jewelry.
i Put your ad in The
or th :
F M Mlllrr. - A ltrharl
V I. Mar Hit.. Itrbl Mrlir
I llrrj hr4 . V M Urrra
Urtrif II llaaklaa
Beat Vaqucro Saddle
eoinprti'iit men. a .a- Q
fxaminerit brings m