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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1902)
LAKE COUNTY CXAMINCR I LAKCVlCW, OREGON, MARCH. 27, 1902.
Following were the guest (mm out of
town t the Oregon Hotel during tlm
week t Geo. V. Noble, J0I111 Noble, Jame
McCrcary w tut Geo, Nelson, West Hlilo ;
Mumner Kosket, Coleman Valley; W. I).
Tracy, lrewa Valley; Tom Anders
Crooked Creek ; K. W. Follett, New I'irm
Creek ;H. A. Hretlaln and Chester L.
Wither, l'aisley; Joe Ambrose end
Krauk Hylvla, Insert; C. W. Thurilon
and ('ban. Thurston, Valley.
W. A. Man nglll and K. M. Hrattaln
loll on Tuesday morning for Itosehiirg
and I'orllaud to altond as delegate from
Lake county the First District Congres
ional tAmvention and the ICepubllcan
J late Convention on April 1 ami 2, re
spectively. The gentlemen also bear
with them the proxies of John Kcottol
1'alsley and K. W. Follett of New I'ine
Creek, who were elected delegate to
thoee conventiona. The delegation U
On the regiter at Hotel Lakevlew this
week appears, "Mr. talbot, MIShOUItl."
The "ho" editor met the gentleman
during hi brief sojourn, and found In
him a facsimile of "Lord Talbot" and
"lick Hweater" of England and Ken
tacky. Mr. la 1 hot of Mlaaourt la In the
bat bulnea any kind of hat but
principally In the hala roaU by Trade,
; an Francisco, New York, liondon, Pari
and Mtaaouri. 1 Mr. Ulbot "warm ?"
Mr. Al Farrow of Palaley, accompan
ied her husband to Lakevlew tail Sal
artlay, and while here ordered from Mr.
Wright of the Southern Oregon Marble
Co. of Ashland, a !eautiful monument,
to li placed over the grave of her
daughter, the late Mr. John Hammond.
The monument will be paid for by the
Grand Circle, Women of Woodcraft,
and will mark the grave of the late de
cowl nii'inher ol that order, ko the
remeteiy at Kugene.
The aged Indian woman, who in
ported last week to he ill with smullpox
al lctdtiiun, died last Hunday night,
and N'fnre uiorning the Indian wet Pre
to tlm hoiive in w hich the died. Judge
Touningscn we notified and ordered a
plain Ikk made in which to deposit the
remains, and give the pour unfortunate
a detent burial. No other cane are re
tried umoiig the Indian. The quar
antine in still on, wnd no red man ha
dared to from the "dead-line" for fear
of getting idiot.
Messrs. I'lielp and Holme will as
sial local talent in presenting "Captain
Kackctt" and "A Mock Trial" in Lake
view, on Monday and Tuesday, April 7
and H. An excellent program will lie.
rendered coiiHiHting of solos, duets and
quartettes between acta. Both plav are
full of fun, ntiil our eople will have an
opportunity to witnea the funniest
stage business that was probably ever
given in Lakeview. "Captain Kackett,"
will be given on Monday evening, April
7, and "A Mock Trial" on the following
The Examiner believe with the ex
ecutive committee of the Oregon Press
Association that the number of articles
(or Htate Laws) required by law to be
published in the press of the state i not
nearly sufficient to give the average cit
lien an opportunity to become familiar
with the new lawa aa they are made.
Here in Oregon only one-seventh as
many article are required published
re published in newspapers of Missouri.
New York has about five times aa many
aa Oregon. New York also require the
publication of the lawa passed by the
legislature, and allows legal rates for the
same. The publication ol thee lawa
puta tbem in the band of ever individ
ual in the State. The Oregon Press
Association executive committee aayt
that an examination of the statute of
the territories will show that Oregon is
far behind in the number of articles
required published, and that Oregon
newspapers receive less for their work
than do thoHe in the territories.
TONOPAH A GREAT CAHP.
Tonopah, Nevada, March 14, UK)?,
(To the Editor)! Tonopah U the liest
town on the coast and 20, (MM) tropin are
expected here by the fl rut of July.
They may not stay, but I believe there
will be many arrival at Tonopah this
season. 1 am Interested In two of the
beit gambling houses here, also one at
Hawthorne, this state. I am also Inter
ested in several claim within mile
of the camp and have interests at Wlver
Peak. There are great business oppor
tunities here, but of course a mining
camp la a gsmble from start to flnUh,
for any day it is liable to "peter" out.
The Tonopah mine are great, however,
and it looks like this would be a lasting
thing. The pay chute on the Mixpah
ledge average about four feet in width
and the ore goes 2K) tier ton on the
average. Many place on thi ledge as
say up into the thousands, and with
depth the ledges grow stronger and
richer. From al. Indication Tonopah
will be a town for year to come.
TIMBLK BUYERS ARRIVE.
A dispatch from Klamath Falls, under
date of March 14, says that timber buy
ers have commenced arriving to a "cure
tracts of choice Klamath County pine
ln-fore the spring rush begins. If. II.
rmith, capitalist of Wisconsin, and C.
A. Kirnous, cruiser of Ashland, Or., were
here the flrat of the week and secured a
numlier of options. U. W. Johnson and
C. F Latimer, capitalists of Wisconsin,
arrived Tuesday U inspect timber with
a view of buying. Another Wisconsin
capitalist is now looking at a 4000 acre
tract near here with the idea of purchas
A number seeking investments in agri
cultural lands have already reached here
and the largest influx of new settlers
ever known in a single year is expected
within the next few months. Un II road
building, assurance of increased irriga
tion and the natural resource! and ad
vantages are the inducements attracting
houieseekers and inventors.
Duel With Winchesters at Purdy.
On March ltith, at I'urdy Station, on
the Nevada, California A Oregon Iinll
wa,aducl to the death with Winches
ters at eight feeldinlaut, was fought be
tween Kcere Kvhiis and A. A. Smith.
The quarrel was over a strip of land
worth hardly more than the amunition
expended. The duel took place near
Smith's cabin. Smith, who is a well
known charucter, was shot tw ice through
the htouiach and his arm ana shattered.
He lived only long enough to empty the
contents of his gun into Evans, who
died a few hours afterwards.
Woman Suffrage has been voted down
for the time being in Iowa. Ity a vote
of 50 to 38 the legislature recommended
that the matter be indefinitely postponed.
Hut this question will not down. There
are too many brilliant women in the
country to allow the agitation to die out.
These women are as eruiiilent as their
cause is righteous. There ia a growing
sentiment in favor of Woman Suffrage
all over the Union, but like all radical
measures it is necessarily slow. In Ore
gon the cause has some brilliant leaders
and they are active they know no such
word as Fail. Even in Lake County the
sentiment is strong in favor. At the
last election the vote in this county was
a tie, and it ia safe to say that w hen the
question again appears upon the ballot
it will carry in this county. The senti
ment is growing stronger for many rea
sons, chief among them because there
are so many woman who are better qual
ified to cast an intelligent ballot for the
betterment of humanity and the nation
at large than many men who are allowed
the franchise just because they are of
the male sex, "twenty-one years of age
and free born" and not because they
have the intelligence, patriotism and
a desire tor good government. Another
reason why those in favor of Woman Suf
frage believe the franchise should be
granted ia because it is an honest princi
ple of honest men that tiioae who pay
taxes to keep up the government of
county and state should have voice in
the government of a great nation and
state and county. There are many
women in the country who pay individ
Irvln Ay ret.
H. C. Whltworth.
Geo. H. 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 Qas in Town
DON'T FORGET THE 25 PER CENT
DISCOUNT FOR CASH ON ALL
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, FURNISH
ING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS.
Aytces, WnrrwouTn & Aykes g
Arrivals at Hotel Lakevlew.
Among the arrivals at Hotel Lake
view during the week were B. Shenkle,
representing Shaw, Ingram A Batcher,
hardware, Sacramento; T. Bra.iley, of
Langley A Michaels, drugs, 8. F; C. H.
Jones, with Sproanee, Stanley A Co.,
liquors, H. F; W. F. Slocurob, with
Mebius A Preacher, grocers, Sacra
mento; It. P.Walsh, with Folger A Co.,
coffee and spices ; N. A. Hawkins, liqu
ors, K. F; W. M. O'Neil, with Standard
Oil Co., Sacramento; O. W. Goodwin,
with Friedlander A Co., hats, S. F; F.
R. Kemcle, Waterhouse A Lester, hard
ware, Sacramento; A. II. Williams,
with Keystone Whip Co. S. F; Clyio
Palton, with Sanborn A Vail, S. F.
Julius Caesar Cerf, with Phelps, lKlge
A Palmer, shoes, Chicago and Lord
Tu'lmf. of Missouri.
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.'
BealTs Drug Store.
Strikes A Rich Find.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous do
hilitv," writes F. J. Green, of Lancas
ter, N. II., "No remedy helped me un
til I liegan using Electric Hitlers, which
did me more good than all the medi
cines I ever used. They have also kept
my wife in excellent health for years.
She says Electric Bitters are just splen
did for feuiale troubles; that they are a
grand tonic and invWorator for weak
run down women. No other medicine
can take its place in our family." Try
them. Only 60c. Satisfaction Guaran
teed by Ie Ueall. t.
Whereas, I have settled on a tract of
unsurveyed land and marked my Cor
ners, iutending to take the ame as near
as the said marked Comers will con
form to the legal subdivisions, when sur
veyed, said land lying adjoining to sui
veyed land and will come iu sec. 6 and
is intended to take the N of SWJ4
and the Wtf of the SE.V4' of sec. 6 Tp 38
S. 11. 21 K. W. M. That I settled upon
said land in good faith and commenced
to erect substantial improvements on
the 16th day of March, 1902, and have
been there constantly since ; that at the
time I settled thereon there waa no
other improvement thereon or any per
son there, and I hereby warn all per
sons not to tresspass upon said land or
to place any improvements upon the
same without my consent, and 1 fur
ther warn the people now erecting
cabin there to move them immediately,
and desist from tressspaBsing thereon.
Given this 19th day of March, 1902.
12-2t G. W. IUrdbsty.
South of the
Carpets, Mattings, Portieres
lineolum, Carpet Covers.
Undertaking in every branch f
It ia now announced that Senator
Clark the Montana multi-millionaire, ia
also behind the Eureka A Eeastern
Railway project, and that a large corps
of civil engineers are at work on sur
veys from Weiser, Idaho, this way.
Strain at all klin f the
A GOOD MEAL V SMALL PRICE
Fine Sunday Dinners
Table Bappll with Tfry
thlna; the saarhet eara
NliW PINE CKttK
Is rapidly forging ahead and
E. B. Follett, the Merchant
is trotting along at the head
of the procession.
A FINE NEW STOCK
Haa already been received and) more
new goods lire arriving at our store
all the time
AMONG OTHER THINOS
We have everything desirous in the
'"'Grocery Line. A special line of dents
Faney Shirts. An elegant line of
Candies, Cigars and Tobaccos. Watch
. for our Dry Ooods Display.
E. B. FOLLETT