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LAKE C UNTY EXAMINER : LAKEVIEW, OREGON, JUNE. i2, 1902.
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BEACH & AVGARREY
Fourth -Of - July
A BUSY SEASON
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LAKEVIEW, OREGON, Jl'NE, laloa.
THE LAST TRIUMPH OF THE BOER
Tlte South African war is ovt-r, and
the Brltieli in thfir Irt-niy ol
bave no tituf to think that the IVht,
even iti their hour ol defeat, have aon
another victory. Never hefore lia a
beaten enemy wainex! ut b tunnnicuou
terms from the Urilieii Empire. The
flag of the Saxon conqueror, though
blood-Rtained and tattortnl, wave tri
amphantly ovr the ruins of two little
republic, yet Patch tubiornit?e, com
bined with courage that might have
come from old bparta, has, even in the
act of this grim tragedy, Riven the
world a leeon. Their country made a
waste, their families scattered, the
graves of former comrades thick on every
billcide, and themselves lacing death or
its dread alternative, capture and exile,
the Boers did not creep trembling to the
feet of the conqueror. With the pride
of the race whom) ships once set Loudon
quaking as their guns boomed oil the
Thames, they argaed the settlement
clause by clause, as though the war had
been indecisive. They yielded some
points, disputed other, and in the end
gained oiore than they had hoped for,
ays the Bulletin.
Th.-ugh the caune of democracy, a
represented by republics, has suetained
a defeat, the British tiovernmeiit hat
pledged ittelf that in the end it will
grant the conquered territory a repre
sentative government. The Boers are
to go back to their desolated farms, but
the King's gold will start them again
just where they left off when they took
dow n the ritle and set themselves to the
task of repelling the invader. Of course,
all subjects of the late governments of
the Republic of the Transvaal and the
Orange Free rjtale must acknowledge
Edward VI I as their lawful sovereign.
This is to be expected. Oom I'aul
Kruger, wh has been safe in Holland
for many months, may decline to take
the oath and remain an exile, bt.t grief
at his plight w ill not be widespread even
among the millions who have steadfastly
maintained that the Boers were right.
It is not Kruger who is the heroic figure
of that great war. Mankind loves the
man who stays on the firing line. For
this reason, people prefer to think of
brave Cronje, ringed by fire in the death
trap of a river bed; of Jaubert, dying
before the land he loved had passed into
England's keeping ; of Delarey and De
Wet, who like Marion and Sumter of
the American Revolution, harried the
enemy at every turn and eluded him at
the very last.
One of the IxtBt of the terms granted
the Boers is tnat which guarantees that
no sjiecial tax will be imposed on the
land to defray the expenses of the war.
There were other desirable concessions,
not to important as this one, and in only
one thing did the Boers fail to gain pro
teclion for those who have just given the
British Empire the fight of its life.
The Cape rebels must pay a penalty for
treason. Rank and file shall be disfran
chised for life, and officials shall stand
trial. Still, even the latter have a
promise of nier:y. Whatever is doi.e
to them, their lives are to be spared.
The men of Cape Colony who rose to
tielp their kindred risked all and lost
If they had triumphed they would have
been patriots. Now they are rebels,
defeated and disgraced.
To the Boers of the two republics go
the glory of forcing one of the great na
tionsof the earth to pour out its money
in a wondrous flood, to Bend forth more
iinen than it had ever before sent to bat
tle, even when the mighty Napoleon
threatened its supremacy. The Briton
has triumphed, but when he sobers up
after his spree of joy be may think of
. the bitterness of it all, and wonder if it
was worth while. Ktill it does not mat
ter what he thinks. The Boers will be
to the modern world what the Spartans
were to the ancient.
Preeldeat al tee Pay Wrt. LEMON
1-Ur.h.l .1 th. Day Wfl. CANNON.
PARADE TO BEGIN AT 10 A. IT
Oeddeee ol Liberty, Mlee Ea Olbblna
Antl of Peace MIm Odeeaa Arnica
Habit el Henar niseea EttK Nettle Vineyard
AT TUB (WOUNDS 11 A. ft.
Follr-wln It th nrotramuie:
Invocation by Kr. Hmtth.
Mnalc by the Hand.
Kef lleliou by . '. Raster.
Mil U- by Ihr Hand.
8..I0. bv MIM Mac Miller.
vi. Drill liv ill in. little atria.
Readme. lWlarattoQ ol ludcpeapenpe, MIm
m auie r ut ten.
Mimic b th.- Hand.
Oration by Ke. Hmythe.
Hmi( by th.-t hrlr.
Noun, I'u-nlc Pinner.
ONE P. M.
Kool Kare-I'urer entrance fee centa. to
be added to lbs ura.
Sack Kace, Irre (or all. Pur, ft.
Three Imrvd Race, free lor all, puree II.
rUre; Kace, lor Imle ulna under 14. ur.e II.
l'oiato Kaee lor bnye under ! Purs to von
lat ol entrance fee. whk ta la 10 reuta ru h.
Bicycle Race Irr lrla. alt w rare. U0 yila. l.
Hlvycle Kara. Irr lor all. pura- II.
Kool Raw lor boil umtrr U. purai- It
Horar Karr, low raca. tM vla urav1.
! M Haar Hall ronlrai. )prn lo aujr tram,
purliV Kniranrr !. I. 10 bs a.Mrrt to
the purae. 10 10 (u U arruml Iram II ihrrc
C. O. RtTXOIJa.
Chairman ol t'ommHieo on Amuwmrnli
Titr Work at nlht to be followrd by a
I.HANII BALL uiulrr tba miniiirnriil of ll!r1
Wade. No pallia will br aparrl to makr tin
Hail a apt-rial Icaturr and a m1 time la auur
rd to all.
Thr I'ominlltre on Pnnrram will prawnt th
drama. "Hn-auaa 1 Uve Von", III l tie aarly
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED
On tha Evaalng ol
July Fourth, I902
I'nder the L'uaplcca of tha
Fine Music, Fine Supper
Tickets, Ball & Supper $3
Timber Cultura Final Proof.
t'pitrd Statr I-and . Ikrvlew, fir'-n,
June . 19lri. Not Ire la brreby aiven that Nelie.
nilah fine ha Alert noilie of Inl-ntlon to make
final pnxil l iore Kevtter and Receiver at I'.S
Ijind offier In Ijikenew. iT'Hi. on Thur'ly
the 17th day of Julv. on timber culture
iM..licltmi No .'f, for lita 1-2-3 ami 4 of
. No. M. In Tnwnahlp So 3.'i H., Ranife No.
K. W. M. Henameaaa witn.-owa: barren
('. rd, t'lav Hamlxi, David Jonea. of I'l uh .
Oreirnn. and William Z. Mom. of lkvlew. lire.
.',36 t K. M. IlKATTAlN. It-if later.
Let Kastern Oregon forever hold her
peace. (She had an opportunity to elect
a Kastern Oregon man to the Govern
orship, and threw the chance away.
Let her now juit "bellyaching" about
not having proper recognition and rep
resentation. Lake county did her part,
but there are other counties this side
the Cascades that ought to go away
back of the crowd and hide.
is what we have ben preparing for and we have a
Larger Variety and More Goods than eer before.
OUR BUSINESS HAS INCREASED
many fold, and much of it results from the reputation
orated in the past and the promises made by
TRANSACTIONS v THAT v HAVE v PLEASED.
Bailey & Massingill,
Timber Land Notlca
foiled Statea l-ari'i otfiue. Lakelew, Ore., May
2y. 1'. Notice i herebv given that in coiiijini a
aith the proviniona ol the act of ConKrcaa ol June 7,
ntitlel "An at lor the aale of tim'ier Unda In
the ute of California. Oreifon. Aetaila ami W'aali
invton Territor," an etendrd U all the Pulihc
Land tte by act of Auifuat 4. lKt. Kr.-il M Kenl
ree of lily. coon'. of aUinarh. Htate of Or-vKi, haa
tk.i ilav riled in Uiia oitlii hi iw.rn aUtein- nt No
!Ai: lor the pun:haaa ol the MK jr. ol or. and NK
or ol IK ir. of ace. !b in tp. 'Hi S, R IS K. and will
offer proof V nhow that the land aonifht im nvtre
valuable lor iu timlier or atne than lor agricultural
uiirie. and to evtahlih hi claim Ui aaid land
before the KtjjiaUr and Rriver of thia urHc at
Lakevi ve. Orci;"". on VTeOneeilay, the i7th day "I
Auirntt, Ht 'le name aa a itnenaea: Owen T. M-
Ken.lree. Die Hundatroin, of Okie llreif"n, Oilliert
Lapham, of Viatillia, Ore., Jamea II. Owen, of Mi,
Oregon any and all peraona clainiinir adveraely the
alxvel-acrilivd landa are rijeaU-d to Hie their
claima in thia o.. on or liefore raid 7lh dav of
auifuai, 'Ml. K. M. BRATTtIS, (.uiaUr.
Timber Land Notlca.
tnited Hutea Lnd Ottl, I akeview, Orison May,
29, 1mi2. Notice ia hereby xivrn that in compliance
with the proviaiona of the a-t of Conifrera of June 3,
1B78, entitled "An ict for Ihe aale of timber Unda
in the H'atea of californ'a, oreeon, Nevala and VYah
Intfin Territory," aa eiteni'ed Vt all the Public Land
Hutteaby Act of Auiruat 4'h, lMr, Owen T. McKen
diee, of Olete. county of Klamath, Htate ol Oregon,
hM thia day filed in thia office hia aworn atatemeul
No. MS, lor toe piircheae of the aa qr. of NW or,
and NK qr. of WW qr. of Hoc 23 in tp 38 8., H. 16 E.
and will offer proof to ahow that the land aauht
la mora valuable lor ita timlier or atone than lor
avneultural purpoaea. and ic eatabliah hia claim to
aaid land before the Rett later and Receiver of thia
oltlc at Lakeview, Oreiron, on Wedneaday, Ihe 27th
day of Auvuat, 1110. lie name aa aitneaaea. Kred
McKendree, Jamea II. Owen of lily, Ore., Oilliert
lpliain, of Viatiilia, Ore., Ole Munatroin, of Olete,
Oreiron. Any and all peraone claiming- ulveraely the
almve di rlll landa are reqiieeted to file their
claima In thia ornce on or before aalu V da) of Au
uat 1U01. E. M. Brattain, Aeiter.
SHERIFF'S BALE IN FORECLOSURE.
Under and by virtue of an eieeution In fore
closure duly iaaued out ol Ihe Circuit Court of
the Htate of Oreeon for the County of Lake on
the 11th day of June, luutl, In a certain ault
wherein J M Wllley aa plaintiff, recovered
judgment and a decree of foreclosure and order
or aale analnat W J McKee, J H Branch and Mary
Hrancb, on the ltd day of June, tri, for the an in
of 0444.70 with lnlcrcal thereon at the rate of 10
per cent per annum from laid 3d day of June,
f'JOt, ton-elder with ' attorney'! feea and f IS
coata In which elocution and decree 1 waa
ordered to anil the following deacribed real
property belonginc to the defeiidanta J. H.
lirani h and Mary Hranch In Ijike counly Ore
eon and described aa followa: West balf of
North West quarter, Houth Kaat quarter of
North Wi at quarter and rioutli West quarter
of North Kaat quarter of Section 1A, Township
m, K R to h W M. Noiioe la herebv irlven that
on Saturday the 12th day of July Vvl at the hour
of lo o'clock A M of aaldday on the front and
Kast side ol the County Court house, of Lake
County Oregon In l.akcvlew I will aid 1 all the
rlirht title and lutere. of the said lefendanta J.
B. Hranch and Mary Hrancb of, In and to the
above mentioned and described premises at
Lubllc auction for cash lo the blglicat and beat
idder to satisfy asld Judgement, Attorney's
fees coata and the costs of and uinin thia writ.
Itated June 11th Wt. 11. R. Imini.ap
13-4t Hherill of I ake County, Oregon.
A. P. STUBBLEPIELI),
horses Boarded by
Day, Week or Month
HAY 25 CIS. GRAIN 2SCTS.
Buy and sell Morses.
Breaking Corrals and Tralnjr
ing quarters for young horses.
Experienced Trainer in charge.
Second hand Wagons, Buggies,
Harness and Saddles for sale.
MEN'S HEAVY WINTER w i-s
LADIES' EXTUA FINE 1 jg 1 d
Cllll. OWEN'S SCHOOL 7 P I 1 f I 7
SHEEHHEkDLK'S NAILED M. M V- af
a, ,& Jli.H, .Ha. ,. ,J
hen you see
a smile on
a man's face
like this fellow,
Just guess that
he has a pair of
Graves' 5 hoes.
'T'hese 5 hoes
are all cele
are the best to
be found on the
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