Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1902)
LAKE COLNTY EXArtl.NER LAKEVIEW, CRIiUON, APRIL. 17. lXi.
Published Every Thursday
(One Year, $2.00
Six Months. 1.00
(Three Months, 50
T . . : s
2i:r it e!i mi 1
rU 1 i'i
M vk I mo S m f niv 1 yr
,v i . , I J '
1 1' u ; Mi , 1 w
"J l- ti I 'l '', ' "0
O (V ; , ... ; 1
. IS i o I .' m '. S l to IXI Til k
. V IV -. CO I W fy. U'l-VOli
WHAT I-IDCKATS SlllLO.
Mr. PikiIo.v nives tlie IViuocrats some
dvise. Now, this is no wliack at Or
01 y, candidate (or Omnty Judte,
though it wool, I net-m that Mr. Pooley
inst know the Doctor pretty well :
"The diruniycrat'c party," saj Mr.
Dooley, "aiu't on speakin terms with
Uilf." Ife ail vises the party to adver
Hs for a suitaMe candidate ami sun
Cata the following qualifications for a
eprwntativo standard hearer:
"Wauled. A good, active, ineretic
shtnmycart, sthronn iv lung an' limb;
awust be in favor iv round money, hut
ao4 too sound, an' anli-iuipeeiyalist, hut
ft. holdin' onto what we've got, an'
aimv iv thrusts, but a f rind iv organix
d capital, a sympathizer w ith tli' crush
ed an' downtrodden people, but not be
anny means hostile to vested inthrests;
must advocate stlirikes, eover'uient by
injuu tion, free silver, sound money,
greenbacks, a single tax, a tariff f'r
rivinoo, tli' constitootion to follow- th'
tag as far as it can an' no farther, civil
service ray form iy th' la'ads in olliee
au' all th' gr-reat an' gloryous princi
pals iv our gr-reat au' gloryous parts
IT Mr. A. Robnett and the gentle
men of Goose Lake valley who are inter
ested with hi in in the formation of a
ft tot stock company to bore for arte
sian water are successful in striking
torn-, they will have accomplished
otnething. that will redound more to
Mm general public good than anything
Ue that can he thought of. They
should have ho difficulty iu forming the
ampany. Lake view alone should take
sartScient stock io the enterprise to in
Mire a good plant. Artesian water is
hat Lake county wants. With that
this inland empire will become rich
a everything Hie soil produces.
Our exchanges report the sale of the
erra railroad to Moran Bros, of New
York. 'The sale carries w ith it the right
-way through the Beck with pr.-8 to the
Sacramento Valley, says the Alturas
Kfaiodealer. This sale is confirmatory
'4 information, published a y,-ar ago,
stVat '.he N. C. O. Ily. contemplate build
to tUla water on the Sacramento
iver. It i argued by some, however, !
Jhat the Sou-hen. lA.cifu- ii behind the'
X'tU'a held a city eleciion la.-tt
Monday to choose a board of trustees,
a marshal and a clerk. Many candidates
wjre out for the positions, and an
UUCcd their candidacy in the presa.
ist fam the Modoc per p.e wi-re rushing
sjter the offices. They don't do that in
Itakeview nobo'Iy appears to want a
ipwn office here.
We understand that W. A. Currier,
ot hummer Iike, who was tiominaterl
4tr County Commissioner by the Iemo
crats, did not authorize the u-e of his
June in a politi -al connect inn, and was
mj! seeking the honor. A gentleman
frrT. that section remarked that had
Hit. Currier known of it, he choiild have
.trongly objected to having his name
aed in ariv such connection.
It is now tiiouglit tlmt tin- M Louis
Fair inav Ia? pstMiiied until l'tl. We
ire glad of tliis as we eoiild hut possible
have arranged lo g'i -in l'-"'. And now
list they have cone'iided to put it off,
we hope it w ill ha lixed at sin ii a dale
that tlieie will lie no tioiil.le in stuiting
nut ahead of time and lindiug i."il mads
lo walk over.
lU-a'l Tlie Kxaininer fur the Lainpiii.'ii.
MORE IH)l't!LAR THAN EVER
One Ims to coinpnro the enthusiastic
fusion conventions of four vests ago with
i he quiet IVimaTatit convention of the
pat week to realise that the opposition
lo the Republican party has grown won
derfully less, says the Oregouiiin. Kour
jear n go there was a sclsinlile for
(lined on the fusion ticket in this county.
At the IVmociHlie convention, held in
this city vesteniay, the entire I-egUla.
ne lukel was uonnuated by acclama
tion, there being only enough candidates
to fill the places. On the county .ticket
several ii. en declined nominations, and
ihe convention was finally compelled to
uoiiiinate men who were not present,
and who could not, therefore, decline.
The old IVniocratic giants were conspic
uous bv their alienee. Theie was no
cheeiiug over the mention of the name
of Jeflersou in fact, the name of Jeffer
son, even, was forgotten. There was i.o
talk of a cross of gold or a crown of
thorns, and, so far as noise was concern
ed, a bystander might have imagined
himself in a l'rohibition convention.
All this speaks strongly of the change
that has con e over the political thought
of the people, and gives assurance that
the principle and policies of the Kepuh
lican party are more popular today than
hey were when Oregon elected a full
Republican ticket in the state election
four years ago.
Lakeview was visited by an earth
quake last week. Well, from all ac
counts Lakeview needs something start
ling to cause it to mend its ways. Med
The Chinese Ksclusion bill was pass
ed by (he House of Representatives on
A VALUABLE MEDICINE.
"I have not the slightest hes
itancy in recommending Chamber
Iain's Cougli Kerne ly to all who are
suffering from coughs or colds," says
( has. M. (.'lamer, Kwi., a well known
wairh maker, of Colombo, Ceylon. "It
has been some two years since the City
IhHpeimary tirst called my attention to
this valuable medicine and I have re
peatedly used it and it has always been
beneficial, ft has cured me quickly of
all chest colds. It is especially effective
for children and seldom takes more
than one lxttle to cure them of hoarse
ness. I have persuaded many lo trv
this valuable medicine, and they are all
a well pleased as myself over the re
sults." for sale by I,ee I teal I, druggist.
John Maupin was in from Warner
last Friday. Ife informs us that la-
I grippe has become an epidemic in War
ner, and nearly everybody is afferted
with the ili-ease.
Has wot Id w ide fame for marvelloiw
cures 1 1 surpasses any other salve, lo
tion, ointment or balm for tits, orns,
Burns, Boils, Hores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet
ter, fait lll.eiiin. Fever Sores,, happed
Hands, .kin Krnptions; Infallible for
I'iles hire guaranteed. Only 25 cents
AT THE TOP.
It is a laudable ambition to reach the
top of the ladder of success. Hut many
: a man who reacues me lopmosi rung
finds his jKisitiou a torment instead of a
triumph. He lias
saciificed h i s
health to success.
A man can sue
ceed and he
strong if lie
there is indiges- j
tion, loss of aj- I
petite, ringing in
the ears, dui
ness, spots le
fore the eyes or
palpitation of the
heart : any or all
of these symptoms
point to weakness and'
loss of nutrition. Ur.
Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures dis- '
eases of the stomach
and other organs of di
gestion and nutrition.
liy perfect and abund-"
:nit nourishment flift-
tributed to each vital i f I
rir':iti it f-ii:ilt1i. Ihe rii-iriera- 1
V . '
Hon of all the organs to pre
serve the perfect health of
.V. '.1. ;.V,iJ,": rii... w i' J-roril
i". i ..a l r. . .. I
K-M . ol It Ijiiklll Ave.. Tololllo. Ollllirlo. "I
trn.l it rre.tt lliltille-r of lt-nuilis wilhotlt snc
.e.s, 1 linally lol tiiilh ill them nil. 1 was ho
l.it "iietliat I tould not ht-ar btiv solid I'skI ill
u niomai Ii lor h I'HiK time: lilt mehimiioly
iin' l ill i,i i-,st. t.iiM not slerp nor folloi iny
.f '. 'ijii.li'iii s.ime lour mouths aeo u Irienil
1. 1 in ml. -.1 v. .in l .fi hit ii Mi ilk.il Uiseovi iy.'
V It. i u i L 1 1 . r.l mi-Ill 1 hail llel ivi ll so III III ll
1 rn til that I . ..niiini-.l ihe iiuiliriiie. I have
t.iUni three l, .M!i , anil urn convuin il ll lias
in i.n r.. . ai '.iii.'i-li. .1 a iieriiiiiueiil ruie. I
t-au ion-.i.nii : : i . i -.in tin nil It t.. Hie lliuu-
saml- ol ii .. ; ti. - I In oiiKhoiit the laml."
Tlie"Coiiiinoii Seiisi- Medical Adviser,"
,, , . . ,
irxiS lare paot-H ill paper covers, IS sent
iff Oil receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
pav expense ol inuilinx only. Aildrebs
..' i. ,i i, o i v. r
Dr. K. V. I'ltrce, liullalo, N. Y,
t I I
rl i . . .
ft HPhe new
i Jl Firm
& ..The Lakeview Mercantile Company., j&
B Successors to II. C. ROTHI; & CO. &5
Ot fr M f it
F M Miller, ITrldel
V A Rrhart, V I"
I Lakeview flercantile Co. I
Ashland 2 urrnnn
Otskn h MsrMc. Grtsltr. IrM
ftaclsi M4 Grsertl Iwsw W.rk
CtMtHBT W0IH OF Alt KINDS feL
"Nasad CatJirrh quickly yidds to trl
ment by Ely 's Crum BaJm, which is agree
ably aromatie. It is rMivd through th.
nostrils, cleanse, and bawls th. whole snr
fsc. over which it diffuse, itnelf. DruggiaU
sell th. 60e. air.; Trial siz. by mail, 10
centa. Test it and you are sure to contino.
To accommodate those who are partial
te th. use of atomizers in applying liquids
into the naaal I assages for talarrhal trvu.
bits, the propn. rs prepare Cream Halm in
liquid form, which will ho known aa F.ly's
Liquid Cream liulm. Price inrlud.ug the
spraying tuti. is 75 cents. lJruggiata or by
mail. Tho liquid form embodies the lueil
icinai propertius of the solid preparation.
Timber wltnrr final I'rMr.
fnll.it Htt-. I.anif lim.u t Ijtksvlrw, (r
firtn. Mitrrli M, Noun in lierehjr Miveii
tlmt Jfiim I'ariln Jr . Im. nicl notice ol Inli'ii
liim lo make till si .r.Mil iH-Inn- i, H Wantwi'll,
t. H. ruiiiinlxiliiner 1 hisomre In silver ljike,
Oregon, on Nslur'lny, the luili ilsy tf Aeril.
i'.rt. on llml.i-r eiiliiire i..llriluii No. 1 IM,
for the lots I fuel 'I of iii'ciioii No. In Tt.vilt
Hliip Xo. Mi H Idtnge No. K., W. M. He
hhiim'H s w ltn.-Mii-.: '. . IfHrrls, K. M. Ilsr
rl, T. I. sjiatitlli-jr, T. f. I'erlin, ll of Siiiiimi-r
l.ke tireiciii. K. M. IIttis
11 Mnr.u IO-kiMit.
IjiiiiI littli i', Ijiki'ilew. On troii.f
Msrrli Is, V.tti.
Notice Is lii'ri liy given Hint Ihe Mini lug
iihiim"! Willi r lni- lU'-cl iiolii .' of hln llitrlilu.il
to inske Html proof In hii ppKirt of his rlnlm,
mill tlmt innl nrnof will Is nnele iM-fore the
Hl'glsler Bllll k.'CI'IV'T lit I.Hki'li', Oregon,
mi M.nl '.'l. l''J. viz: i.i-i.rKi' It. Mil. II. K.
for Hi- W, i.l NW',, MK1 . ol NW,
sV, of XI-.', s.r. l. 'Iu .It. A., It jn K.
ril il. V'l. viz: loorge Kelil. II. r. . .Vo.
iihiih'S the following wuni'HseH , i.rove his
coiriiiiioiis r'-siil.-ni-r iifMin mihI enltiv stlnn of
hkI Inii'l. vi: A. W. Hrtsn. U Kryaii, Joe
I'ayne, Krauk lO'l'l, all "I Lskevlew, i in-noii.
insrJi II K. M. hRArrtN, I(.-kii. r.
Votlee of Settlement of r Innl Arvount
In the I'oiinty ( ourt of the Hlsle tit Oregon,
for III.' I'oiinty of Ijtke. In On -mailer of the
I'Mlale of Harriett Walters, ileeeHseii,
TO WHOM IT MAY (OXIKItN: Not ice in
hcri't.y given thai Ihe tiiiilerHigni'il, AitininW
trator of the etale of Harriett Wallers,
ileeeaseil, has rileil his Kinal Ac'-oimt a.
Administrator of miI'I i ktale. In the oftii'e of Ihe
( oniiiy I lerk ol Lake l.'oiinty, Oregon, anil
Momlay. April 7lh. 1104,
at 10 o'clock a. rn. of nahl "lay al the Coun
ty Jinlge'i i. thee ill Ihe 4 otiiity Court HottNe, In
the tou n of l.nkeviewt Lake Couiilv, tiri'Kon,
hail heen apiutiileil Hint llxeil liy lion. ( has.
I onniiiK.ea, Jmlge of sahl onrl, as the
Unit) ami .Uiie lor hearing ohleeilona lo
hI.I KlnuL AtX'Otinl, if any there Is', ami for
the sellleliielll thereof.
Date. I ttilssth ilay of March, A. I). V"i.
I'AI I.J. HUA'I'I AIX,
AilminlslraKir of the eslate of Harriet Wallers,
(leeeasail. marM III
TIMIIKK NOTH K
I.hiiiI oniee at Lakeview, Oregon,
March 17. I'SrJ.
Niill.v la hervliv id veil that in eoniiillanii'
with the I'r.jvlMiih of the ai l of Coiik"ch of
Unne :i. IS7H, entill.it eAn ail for the sale of
tl in Mr janils in the si ales of I allfornla, Orel mi
Ni valin ami Washington Territory," in exleint
eil to all Ihe I'lihlie l.aml Wales hy act of Au
Kiisl I, ISW, William llartey of I'aisley,
eoiinlv of Lake, htale of Orejioii, I. as thin ilay
tileil ill this olliee his sui.rn sliileiiieiii S.i :t:u,
lor the inirehase of the t-.' S K' .. sW ' , N K' t,
NK', sK', ol hei iion No. 7. I i.. ;:i H. II. 17 K.
a in I will offer iiroof to s'mvv 1 hal the I a ml soiikIiI
, Is more v a I ii.,lile lor Its timher or lone than
for avrleii It 11 nil .u rii.e e, ami lo esi ahlisli Ins
i laim lo saiil liiml In Ion the Hi if isn-r anil Ite-
li-elvirof 1 Ills ulhee 111 l.ilki-vl.-H . Oregon, on
sal unlay, the JHh il-jv of May, l'si2. lie names
; as witnesses: W A nirriit, .lames .MeKliane.
1.1. I . Mi IiiiiihIiI, John Kelley, all of I'alslev,
(,.. Any ami all persona elalmlnu ail-
versely Ihe ahove-ileserlheil lamls are n-iiieslei
I i thi ir elalms I" this ohlu. on 01 la-fore
. su 'I 2tlL t ti J- ul May, r'.
u,ra,i ts.it. hKAri'AtS, Uiaiaut..
fl? DTh ThThTh New
Nl -Tkl! II II Mil
LARGI-R and IJI-TTER
THAN I:VI;R HHI-ORI;
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 as Ihe
X Wilson and Hny Harness. Whips, Ho1oh, HoaUis,
Hits, Spurs, Quirts,
K(piiirin; of all kimls,
Sash, Blinds, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Beehives and Furniture
of all kinds made to order. Writeifor
estimates on contract work & material
C H. DUNLAP .58 &
Great Reduction in
Fine Line of Latest
Billiard and Pool Room
II U II
OK TH '.
V M Miller. V A ttrk.rt
V LHarlllMC. HrM MrHrr
wril't) tor . r H Umn
Urmnr II llaakliia
U - est Vaqucro 5addl.
Hosottow, Ktc. -4- 4-
by competent men. -4-
Drews Vallov. Oregon.
F. O. Bunting, Owner
largest herd of registered
Herefords in Oregon
5 Registered yearling Bulls
IOO, 126 and I OOeach
uicor Aur;o a&& ot t.era