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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1902)
LAK13 COUNTY HXAHINnR: LAKEVICW ORCOON MAkCM.20 1902.
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Tti hiiNiinvtllit AiIvin'h ri'irln Dial
lit tlm pnl Ion iluy llitn Iim vn Imm'Ii
nvr-r L".',ifKl acre of IiimImt IiiimU Id
cHtcd In IjtNNnii county liy r'orit I.lfii
nl ii-wt i itiM, mill ri'innrk that "tint tin
( IhIiiikiI Intula will imt taat lung at llil
At tin' Minn (Intn tlial Ijtlcevlt'H
trfltillt'l (roui tint fiiiki, Mart-li Klh, a
city of L'O.ihk) Miitilitliuii In Asia-Minor
Hun totttlly ilcKtrciycil hy an i-nrt lupiitkx
Hliit lt K'M-a tu lnw that l.akt-vit'W in In
touch with tin) cities on tint itlicr "i'lc
of I lir ! iIk.
I'll vn Killer, tin lit( "lifi'i'iiiiin o(
I.nkn rimiity, ri-ltirncl hint humlay (nun
an i-xti'iiiliil vicit in ('alifnmla ami
KittiHiiM. Mr. I'.'IIit viniioil 1 1 i t iiiollicr
In tlm littler statu ami returns Iim, king
well after a net'ileil rent ami rei rentnm.
lie IiikI not w-fii liU itioilirr In-foro in H
J. I. I nrra arrivn! Irom 1'ninli-y luxt
t-viMtliig; lntviiiK in charge a until nuiiiivl
Jnliii A mi, who will t fxamiiifil an to
hi naiiily. 'Iim I'Mlit'iit lum lit''ii livinit
in tin wimmIn tii-ar I'alwlcy ami it it pit"
siitinil that w ant tf looil ami linnlhii
lias f t ni I 1 1 t'flncleil liia mini!. I In will
hi riuiniiunl to iluy.
A. N . 1 .11 1 h iuii, a pn hmti.iih callle
inaii (roiu Iturni Valley, arrived hint
week ami Imn lieen In altemlanre at I lit
tiii k l.nl of hi wifo ever niiit'e. Mm.
Iiiliaiii linn Ut'ii ilaiiKeroimly ill, Imt
in now it M to Ui rmuiVeriiiK. Ho serious
wait tier i'hk tliitt Ir. I'ttly callt-d Ir.
Heiticr in t'oimultation.
Afiirlt-a of incorKiratioii have Ui-n
tileil for record in tlm rounty clerk'
iilllie o( the Itko County I-ainl A Live
htock t mi puny. Ilernard I'uly, W. I'.
Ileryfunl and K. M. Miller are thu in
i-orjxiratora, and the Limim-tut ol the new
corporation ia to huy and tell in ml and
railt) ami bell livestock.
T. K. lk-rnard, who lias bwn very ill
from pneumonia, I improving- rapidly,
and will noon he attending to htmincHf
BKitni. He had a hard hit'K1'. tu t ro-iiu'inlx-rinK
thut kihkI men are scarce,
Tuiun rehttivea and Irienda took eriecial
gtMid care of him, which will result in
hiit foinplt-U) recovery at an early date.
l'roffNHor J. It. McCormack re
turned from I'aittley Inst Thursday even
inn, ami on Tuesday Mr. McCormack
atarted for 1'liocnix, Arizona, where he
will remain for a year or mire for the
tiencflt of hia health. Mra. McCormack
will remain in Paisley to reaidu with her
parent during her hiiMbntid'tt ahst-nce.
Wm. Harvey, president of the I-ake
County Telephone system, and prom
inent wtKilKrower of Summer I-ake, sent
everiil duya in Lakeview during the
week. Mr. Harvey ia one of the heavy
taxpayer of Lake county and punned
over conttidcrable money to the tax col
let tor while here. Ilia family still reside
t thu Summer Lake ranch and are in
the I tent of health.
The IluriiH Times-Herald says that
the horses purchased by Jamea Sherman
in Lake county were diseased and when
they ariived at Kurus the district was
quarantined, Horsemen claim the din
ease, ia nothing but mud fever, caused
by the animala being driven a long dis
tance through mud that had a cruet fro
zen on top, causing the hair on their
legs to wear off. The quarantine is
expected to be raised at any day, as
there is no real necessity for it.
This is stolen: A crank came running
Into the office the other day and said a
man had swallowed a two-foot rule and
bad died by inches. The editor started
out at once to learn the particulars of
the death, and, meeting Dr. N
told hitn about the case. He said,
"that's nothing, 1 had a patient once
who swallowed a thermometer and died
by degrees." A couple of bystanders
then chipped in, and one said it re
minded him of a fellow who swallowed
a pistol and went off easy. The editor
said he hud a friend who took a quart of
Vihihkey mid died in good spirits.
'I im Socialist meeting announced to he
held In Lakeview on March Mil was not
"rgHiiUitd, wn tiridorfttaiid, as there were
not enough Socialists present to perfect
the local organization.
Alturaa ha been organizing and
triiining her young clti.eim to Ix'coinc
m ill limn, ami applied to the California
nitihoritiea lo ! inutitered into the Na
tional Ciunrd. Tint x-titioii was denied
unit A Moral w ill havn no soldier, as
Ihe.VU. la now "full up." (ieneral
I'oht, Into of MimIim-, nigued the tctilion,
hut that didn't effect the nmilt.
A ttrrlllc wind ftlorrn prevailed in
Slimmer Lake valley hmt Friday night
which plnyed havoc with gHtea and
(mi-en, ami wan m fierce that xiple
could not aleep. A train mi Monday
night old HoreaN turned loone, but was
imt an boiNterouii a on Friday. It in
iid that when the wind does blow at
Summer Lake it ia awifter ami more
(orcein) any place cant of the (,'ancadea.
I'r. I',. II. Smith wit a called to Willow
Kane L hmt Friitny night lo attend Ktliel
the little daughter of Mr. and Mr. J' F.
Owen of that place, who wan bitten by
a virion dog on Friday afternoon. The
chin! Ma hitteii in the face in two or
three place, and ahto on the neck junt
over the jugular vein. The Ir. dreMted
the wound and made the injured gill a
comfortable a pormiblu. He anticipates
no xerioua reaulta in the caxe, though
the fare of the child will retain some
The local Arm of Smith & . teiner,
physician and urgeoii, wa diKitolved
on the l.'ltli imit. by mutual consent.
lr. K. K. I ad Sleiner will continue to
practice hi profeHHion hero and I'r. F.
K. Smith will rei.iove to Salem. The
health of Ir. Smith's little child com
pel him to remove to a lower altitude
in the hope that the change w ill prove
!x-nclli-ial. The iloctor have been very
nuccennful in their profcrmion, and many
frit-lulu will regret the departure of Dr.
and Mrs. Smith, w hile they will be glad
that I'r. Steiner will continue to renide
here. Dr. and M rs. Smith left Yesterday
enroute to Salem, via. Reno and Sacra
New Mall Routes
The follow ing communication is taken
from the liurn News, and explains it
self: I'luNh.Ore, Feb. 24.-The people
of this section, a' at I-akevicw and at
Warner Itke, are petitioning the Hon.
I'oHtinater- ieneral to etttablinh a star
mail route, from !'luh to a new office,
lo be called F'look, 40 mile from 1'IuhIi,
and near the Harney County line. The
service aked for is twice a rfeek, to con
nect here with the mails from Ijtkeviuw
Ore,, and Fort Bidwell, Cal. Now, of the
people of your section will (x'tition for a
route from Diamond to the new office,
Flook, whieh will be only (15 miles, over
No. 1 road, then the people of both I-ake
and Harney, and aluo of Modoc County
Cal., will have direct communication
twice a week, whereas it now requires
from 24 to :t0 days to get a letter to
Burns and a reply a distance of only
130 miles. Now if you pooble will enter
into this matter w ith a determined effort
like we have, we will make this much
needed route go. Hoping to receive you
hearty support in this matter, I beg to
remain. Yours Truly,
G. W. WlHB.
Merchant of I'lusb.
The Penate Committee will report fav
orably on the Nicaragua Canal route.
The vote of the'eommittee was 7 to 4 in
The Hepburn bill authorises the Presi
dent to acquire territory for right of way
tor a canal from Costa Rica and Nica
ragua ; directs the construction of a canal
of sufficient capacity to accommodate the
largost ships from Greytown, on the At
lantic, via Lake Nicaragua, to Brito, on
the Pacific, under the supervision of the
Secretary of War ; authorizes surveys of
the harbors at the two ends of the route ;
guarantees the use of the canal to vessels
of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, and appro
priates $10,000,000 for beginning the
H. C. Whltworth.
Geo. M. Ayre.
The Recent Earthquake Shocks
Pelt over In Asia Minor were certainly the direct result of the
Drop in Prices
And were not due to the explosion of accumulated Sewer Gas in Town
DON'T FORGET THE 25 PER CENT
DISCOUNT FOR CASH ON ALL
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISH
ING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS.
Aybes? Whitworth & Aykes
Notice i hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Lake
County Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
will Ixj held at Paisley, Or., on April 7,
1!H)2, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Wood
niitii Hall. A resolution will lie intro
duced to amend the By-Laws allowing
the directors to incur a limited indebt-
ediie. A full attendant of stock
holders is requested.
V. L. Snblliso, Sec.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
Hum world-wide fame for marvellous
It iirnnxHe anv other salve, lo
tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,
Burns, Boils, Sores, telons, U lcer, let
ter, Salt Hheum. Fever Sores,, Chapixnl
Hands, Skin F:ruptions; Infallible for
Pile. Cure guaranteed. Only 23 ents
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
If one-half of vour taxes ate not paid
on or before the first Monday in April
(April 7th) there will be ten per cent
penalty and twelve per cent interest
added. H. R. Dcnlap, Sheriff. If.
Working 24 Hour a Day.
There's no ret for thoe tireless little
workers-Dr. King's New Life Pills.
i:n;..u olu-ava huv. eiirimr Toriild
Liver, Jaundice, Biliousnecs, Fever and
Ague. They bamsn n iieaoacr.e,
drive out Malaria. Pnever gripe or
weaken. Small. tate nice, work won
ders. Try them. 25c at Lee Beall's.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine TabU-ti. All
aruKiriKi reiunu wio nmurj
W. tirove' iKuatuie ! on each box. 2ac. Uly
The Oder of Flowers
That is what a perfume should be
true to Nature, delicate, lasting.
We have just received a fresh lot
from the place where the flowers
grow. These are among the most
delicate extracts made; they con
vey an air of refinement. If you
have never used any of our per
fumes, come in and sample them.
A large variety to select from
Beall's Drug Store
Ttaabrr 'ltnre Final I'roof.
Vnltt'd Statet Land Office at LakevLw, Or
riron. Mrch 14, 1902. Notice it hereby glveu
I lint John l'arlln Jr., hm Hied notice ot Inten
tion to make final proof before O. B. Wardwell,
It. W. t'ommlmloner at himrnee in Hllver lake,
Ort'Kou, on Haturilay, the lttth dy of April,
l'.Hii. on timber culture application No. 1164,
for the lote 1 and i of lectiou No. V, lu Town
hip No. SO Katufe No. 16 E., W. M. He
nmi i aiwltneiwet: (MMIarrli. K. M. llar
rl. T. D. Btandley, T. F. Partln, all of Kummer
uLe.Oreson. K. at. BaiTTilK
South of the
V. BIG- XaXRTXS OP
Carpets, Mattings, Portieres
Uneolum, Carpet Covers.
IpU Undertaking in every branch
Und Offloe, Ukevlew, Oreson.l
March IK, H. i
Nottoe U hereby given that the following
named eettler haa filed mil lea of his Internum
to make Anal proof in npport of hie claim,
and that Bald proof will be made before the
Hegi'ter and HecelTer at f-akeview, Oregon,
on April 21. 19UJ, via: Oeorge Reld. H. E. No.
2Mforthe WU of NW', HE' of KW; and
BW'i of NK; See. 18, Tp. St 8., R 20 E. He
naitiee the following wituetuieii to prove bin
coii'.inuoui realdence upon and cultivation of
aaid land, vie A. W. Bryan, li. Bryan, Joe
l'ayue, Krauk Reld, all of Lakeview, Oregon.
niar20-ll K. M. Bbattaim, ReglaUr.
T1MHKK LAKD NOTIC'K.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
March 17. ldU2.
Notice la hereby given that In compliance
with the provlaloni of the act of Congreaa of
June 8, 1M7S, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lamia in the statea of California, Oreron,
Nevada and Washington Territory," aa ei tend
ed to all the Fuhllo Land Htatea by act of Au
gnat 4, laW. William Harvey of Falaley,
county of Lake, Htate of Oregon, haa thia day
filed In this offloe hia sworn statement No. S4,
for the purchase of the KS NK",. BWti NK',
NKi HE'4 of Bectlon No. 7, Tp. i . . 17 h..,
and will offer proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for lu timber or stone than
for arlculltiral purioia, and to CHiabllah his
claim to said land before the Register aud Re
ceiver of this office at Lakeview, Oregon, on
tiattirilfty, the 24th dav of May, 1902. He names
as witneaws: W. A. Currier, James McWhane,
J. K. Mollonald. John Kelley, all of Paisley,
Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad
veraely the altove-duacrlbed lands are requested
to tile their claims in this oOlceou or before
aaid 24th day of May, lwrJ. . ,
liiar-.'O-n K, M. BRATTAIN, Register.
' O A MCJC
if Meal-.tail hour. aY the rnnn MCI T CMIII DBIPP
II UUUU IIILnL a ui mn. I II I VI.
Fine Sunday Dinners SV; W'SMi?:'
$ NEW PINE CREEK
Is rapidly forging ahead and
E. B. Follett, the Merchant
is trotting along at the head'
of the procession.
A FINE NEW STOCK
Has already been received and n t.rd
new goods are arriving at our vt -t
all the time
AMONQ OTHER THINGS
We have everything desirous i-
Grocery Line. A special lint
Fancy Shirts. An t li pant li
CandieB, Cigars and Tobaccos,
for our Dry Qoods Display.
E. B. FOLLETT