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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1902)
LAK KVIKW, l.AKK COUNTY, OliKGON, THURSDAY, DISC. 4, 1902.
The Indian Who Murdered Hi
5quaw Ada, lie comes Tired
of Life and I Now Happy
Two 5licrplicrdcr on The l ake
County Desert llnve n Chat
On I lie Lqunllty of Man.
I 'ni o'.i lit iIiciIiIIohoi1iI' herder
innl 1 1 1 m frli'inl Mli- MlfHiiii. Sheep
lll'I'lll'I'M I III I III fl' .
Well, here tt e lice m-lll. (Hi- Mil- bye,
Ifnllll I think 1 1 H H hiliu cnW i
wlnl In- w III Im' lut v ti nf II. Vith. I
lank It linn i ill rt ,v ciilil. I 1 1 1 ' I h friud
lie t bat c w ill conic innl vUli mi'
'llll lloW I lllll 1 1 1 1 T' llo-MI'H Mil' pllll'lll
IIM Ml I l (Ml- I null lll'l'. lllW IIIIIC'll pll,V
lii ,i In- 11 1 i-ii tiuw'.' I In nk II ln
liil:i (nil dollar ni 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 I I In -In
H iiti iiir.
Muni' mi Hi t i t 1 1 f i IiiinIii the
Inline Willi I lii" mini- linmli hIiIimi
l hi i i i i i I i i . I'ill n till f iiir run
-II I) tu 1 1 1 i-ii . Tin- lolken uf lii'-xlll
lli'MT IllnlUllI II ' II lit ! llvlll Oil II
desert lolkr a hiilheii M iili.mlli' In
I III' ll! H III lllllll MoNI'H.
I tank in'i yur I Imii tfniii down
I'i Mi ii infill tin run) uei nie yob,
lllllll Wll-ll'l SlIII.I.IV lll III I'll I'll
l ni I Iii r a in i' 1 1 1 plu a game of
i .i ni, I ml mi' i iill Mi il lii -r. t In- nii In l m
iol In r how I. ulwu, IimiIiI mi' I lull
I III- llll'ol' II I ilill Wollld fnllnW till'
man Mint plued ullli t In- liH'n
a n t i'i ii ill Ml nil SlIIH III, V. She ill ays
iniil'l mi' tlinttlii' liivll hlitniiil Im
lilinl a tn iii aii'l laughed iim he until
IiIimI IiIh now I away nil tin- holy ila.v.
I'linr Father Charlie used tu put his
hiiinl on iik' I it -it I aii'l till mi' Unit
In- would iiniki- a priest nut n v mi'.
Cut I wanted to rum In Anicrlky
w here cvi-r man wit hi own niii-t-in-r,
Hint In' bud not to how ami
nhcniM t llnlioll.V.
Thl I. mi a puny gad country Imt
nn tank li' people ttJt.ll imt vt't-y 1
iiiiiiIh. t'aw- purly nlli'ii th-cha
ii ilai; nii'l tin- Ink nlf t t i : hat but
l lii- llrih.i I'.in Iml'li'li li'-r heal mi
hii;li she look at tin' miii: il. nl feel
purl v wit r.v in in I in stomach ami I
lank about tin- niilil inotlii'l- in Sweil
Titlklu almiit 1'ipiaU I Mi- lin' bye. if
I Innl IIhIi'IhiI to tin- ndvirc of me
poor niilil lii M Iiit a U' I I 'a I lii-r ha rile.
I III' hlllllt ii -! tlii-ir howIh. I w lllllll
liavi' read iiiori' nf mm pra . er-hi k
iml shindied to ln a praist. Its a
holy ia.i:i I wonl'l liavi been Ole,
mill thru I Would not hne Iji I c
liiinilii 1 1 U di llinh brush at all at
til. I n.:.M thill t'tkr lilt- hot plllirll
after ina--. hut now nn- poor mild
iiioulhl- i- till r.v in tin' ili-i-il In
-umiiier Talk it v ripialM af t Iht ii II
1 1 1 . 1 1 m Haul iii'l iIiiiii' t liriv'H not iiun h
lilfrrrlirr union;; II UN pi'iiplr W nllhl
think iiou. YoD. ran't lu-lp hrln a
Sw ailr i n- fi 1ml l". Tin iml nit-silt
I hat blnna-H , nil for lirill a fill lin r nil
long an you arc tin honest iiihii. The
ureal dlffrrense that wimiw to lie
among lain In this count hry Ih ninivnf
a crazy idea t hat tliry have got lit
llirlr lli'.nl tlilili tin uliiliulaiirr nf
fartH wlllallow. Sum inln talk iihoiit
the "nion-fa von'tl limit lu Uhh favnr
im inln of Hotlrty." anil tliry Iniplin.
their Hpiicli In miu Ii n w ay t lint
l ln Itltf mum of HiH'lety KltH rt rllril
anil tin poor dlvllH nit tlnw In the
mouth. Iran lini'itly mii.v filml OK
that all initi arci'iiuul. for that would
lM'iiftlii-r HiiyliiK that thi inln who
m'U their wote wiimiih jrooil amiit'Hilf;
I hat. atu a uoml illiiinrrat niul never
moiiIiI tin vote in me life. Ye Hee ( Me,
hoiiii' ha vi' hot tlii'Miiineeiiilnw nienti,
a the l.akrvlew pirarlier hh.vh. or
t he Ha mi- a mount of hook larnlii in
I hi'lr Ill-nil ; lull Kiiyrt I toineHilf, w hen
I heiii-il him. w hat you count in In-Ill
uneinial in a j;ooil dale Ichh in the
fart than the way you jilt your eye
u It. Now iiicIiohh Inn tin thniiHiinil
Hheep ami they nay lie Ih rich, now
i He me man. all that iiianeH to me Ih
that yourhoHH aiulHonie ttthei-H have
U'hh. Now that nay nothlu an to
hit bainl arlually or an to hin richeH
lookcil at in a lump, Imt only an to
IiIh nhe'p niwil up heHldeyour Iiohhch.
Now tin I'ohm Ih an nlre man, Ole me
hye, iiikI lie IuIiihh me liookn to reail
to kape lilt from heln loncHonte.
TheNe poor ilivlln of Hheep will make
him a fortune l.y am! ly ami he ile
MiirveHto have It. And If 1 nhould
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Si - 1 1 '','' '?'' '.iWJ- V . V" "A" i--
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JEAN LOUIS COMBES. THE NEW FRENCH PREMIER.
With the rrflXNi-iutilliiK of the Trench ctiflmtxT of drputleit IDere euHU-B for
thi new premier, Jeun Iuil CouiIm-k. a more or linn varied collet'tion of trou-I'I'-.
- in in-Ill irMinillil' for the rnriirceinent of the luw which U aimed to
hriui; I'crtuiii omIith of the Cuihohc chiirch under gmeruiueut control.
nil oiild lii hlMi iuploy and If I hIioiiIiI , "Lord Ot The Dcsett."
Iookc pie Inlnil jn, J'enil.ld lH;, the The (ijut rl
MiilntM pii'vluf It ilie woiihl pay VnelTitlcKi tilory
way to the a linn, for he will lie
oi lh a half a million thin. 1 miiw a
ma ii oiii' I iuie in hi land who had a
thoiiMiml ilollaiM ami lie thoiiuht he
mil rii Ii, poor ilhil; but when 1
landed in the lulled StatiM iiv
Aiuerii ky I worked in room for a
man w lio t hoiiii t Iii-w um poor and
hiuinilf had a luillioii. 1 Im ju-t all in
the way ic look at the aiiliual tie
iiii'b.xe. I -jiw a uiuuer bi mt black
on Mii'lii'in Am-iiiii- ( hlraue, and he
had a dollar, and t-liurc the luihte
ai ted loike a billionaire. Any limit
on I 111 ill-rl't m poor w hen lie k- t n in If
behlile a fellow that roiild buy all IiIh
cln i p ii ml thin ueM-r know he had
hanllx r-pint ariui. Any man U rii li
w hen In-t-htalidr ber ide a man that
Iiiin a hundred limes Ii-km t-hii-pthiu
he IlllM. Now enmpiiivil with (iod,
Mr. Vaiulcrbclt Ih a pauper, and Mr.
Carneuli- Ih a Hpalpeeu jackrabblt.
When I wlut to Hkule, (Heme friud,
and hhtudicd the prluclpleH of niathe
matlcM thetachcr lined to tell me that
certain tliliiKHoit cart h differed when
compared w ltheach other, but If you
compared t til lit with tliinH that Uod
dealt In, if there wan any difference
In thim they wen both alike. Thin
h the philoHophy of niatheinatlcH
t)le, andhhure Hh afolne Hhtiidy, and
It leiulH me to U-lleve that thcue
tnlUlonaln-H when they hIiow their
inillloiiH to lod Almighty and He
hIiowh thlm hln pile, they will feel ho
Hiuall that they will hco thlinwlveH
eipial with UH.
I hear a coyote Ole, and I think
we'll nt op t akin now and look lifter
the hhape and tlnlHli thin talk nlli.
Jim Krndikk Killed.
Word rem-1 ied I.akcvlew the tlrst
of the week to the effect that Frank
I lea n a harncHH maker who worked
at that trade In both AIiIhIi'oiu'h
and Cheeny'H Hhops, had shot and
killed Jim Kendrick, iiIho of Lake
view, at Walla Walla. It HccnieH
that Kendrick and leau were play-
liijjf ii K'ame of cardn when a depute
aroHO bet ween them; Kendrick Jump
ed up and whipped out a knife, but
Dean wiih too quirk for him, and
idiot Jim, kllline; him liiHtantly. The
Kxainlner did not learn any further
partlcularH, and do not know how,
much truth there Ih In the story, it
has lieen predicted many t linen t hat
keiiilrlrk would meet such a fat'.
but It was thought by many that lie
' wu proof against any fatality.
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i urn, in-gmtfc rr-r 1 1
hapi-i r-uf Paul iH-I.aiiev'M
I -tfn urn , n'-l wr i ,
Iiiim luade ItM appearauie ami Ih Ih--ln
pulihhhed in -'"i iieWKpapei-K that
ha ve I wo or more pai-M printed by
The A lucriran T. pe I'iiiiiuIci-m' Co.
al I'lil'tlund. I'ald llel.auey wan a
reniileiit nf l.tikcxiew' when the ill--piialloii
cauie to him t o w rile t hU
hI oiv. Il ml t lie Hi-elie ot ntoiy M laiil
tin- i'i i ii
I. vie. the l.or.l of th
h'Hert . has a
ranch at a sprint; at tin- foot of
.1 impel- Mountain, a familiar land
mark with stock men thin County.
Mr. I.yle llvi h In a little ht one house
1 1 1 : t I of roiili lava rorks. The
eveiilH in the xiory have tat.cn place
ilnrin' the early Indian warn, and
Ik lore any of the prcM iit w hite set-
llciueiit had ventured into thin ' -
lion. Some of the characters, how-
evir. are taken irniii i lie I'lcheui
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ion. I ..vie is a lirst-clasH vil-
lian and Pun Follett Is only asecond-
cIiish one, as I.yle lilres him to do
his dastardly deed,
ltertha I.yle arrived at New York
from Scotland, and notified her uncle
Martin that ulie was on her way
out on a visit. She wiih coming out
to Hv about some property her
father had left, an lie had been (sup
panedly) killed by the IndlaiiH. The
Lord of the Hcnert had bin brother
killed through the hired assaHHiiin
Pan Follett. and lie was not pleaned
when he received the news that IiIh
brother'n daughter wan coming.
However, he sent an escort of cow-
boys, w ith Follett at the head, t
Itolsc, Idaho, au army post, alter
the young lady. The tlrst nlght'sj
camp out from lloise, they w ere sur-
prised by ('apt. F.gun. chief of the ;
I'luti'M, with a band of Indian who
killed a few cow boys ami captnreii
all their horses, together with itertha
l.yle. This w an the arrangement
made between the Lord of the Iiesert
and Chief F.gan. The Indian Chief
was to put ltcrthn out of the way
and the white people would not lie
nny the wiser. The next morning
four nervy cowboys, after securing
some horse started iu pursuit of the
bandit Indians, and tip to going to
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' nresH are still on me inui m me
idood thirsty Flutes.
,,.,, h(,.v 'wlll lie published In book
form after the newspapers have coin
.1..0..1 it niul no ilouht will be eairer
I ' I.. Ii. ll.lj yim.
ij Miimm ii.i '"",.
tlon. The Fxaminer may publish
the story later In supplement form.
; Secretary of The Interior Says it
I Will 1-laceLanJOut of Home-
ftteadcrs' Pencil If Passed
lnliUnt.mi.il n.M.i-1 ttm .i.n.l.il-v
i of the Inirrlor H-nililiiulv rrltirlMi'i
1 t In "I I'IihI nir I.HI- no.v iM-ii.ttitir
U'oliKreHK. w hlrh WH- lim-lethe miiIi-
, Jeet falverr.e ili-part mental n-.rtM I ""nl wm"' -""ni-nn uiiniap nan tin
i sprint:. ! t'"'r prlHoiieri out t r-tipiM-r.
i 'Slioiil.l that hill Uioiitea law," TU-lll.liailHrupl. tin- -.feel cell,
(mild Secretary llitrhro. k.-the pul. lie '0' hhiiKelf mid Ka ve owariiiii t hat
domain In the nlxli-eii ntaten and I u" Intended ta in liU life. He did
teriitorieM iiieiilioiieil tlercin. nre-1 thejit. very neatly and quickly, and
'Katiuz an.ar.-a of :,J.-..imi.oim) ,t,-reM J '""Hideralile nere. Sain ul
J prarti.-ally all of the varant pul.lic j W".VM 'l ln'W hl"' M'!k handker-
j ilitnuiiii v.4t .f th- MlwHiKxti-pl. would -'-' r4uiii Mm neck, and with thin
I Ih' HiliiVrt tolea-ent ' ceiitH imt acre 1 "' m,i'U' noone and nlivM-d It over
I . . . ....
iloi' leu i'i r. with a iirlvllvye of re.
I Hewn! for ten vear more. D,,,-!,,.-
jlhi-l.iKt tisrul ear t heft- Were made
Wilhiu thai area .:!. i."4 original
; linlitifti-ad l-lllli' M in d '.'7,!KU lllllll
hoi,-l. a, in'riei, i itilii'iiciuj: over
i 1 .iMi-.ooo jn-ii-j-. and allirtlnu iC..Vis
pei--.nu-; and iluriax t h" pri'M-nt Cm-iiI
i i-.ii- i'i'!ii ;i t ion-a r l Ii;, l hp .- t-nl rii-M
! w ill Ik- iiiii'le, iiM.-cliim more k ojile
luinl eliil-l ai iiin a Kl'e-iter Hi lvani'.
Il U iiee'lli-rM to Miy that hih Ii a I ill.
if eiiarti-d into law. would pl.-n-ethe
lai-t HiTr of ili'Mi'itlili' puhlic laud out
of t he reach of lite liolueHeeker. ami
defeat the plirpo-of t he I ioVcrillUCIlt
to pi-i-r-erve the .ulilii' domain for
hoiner for actual Mt-ttlcrM.
"it would i1hii defc.-.t the oj-ra-tioiii
of the llecl.imat Ion act approv
ed June 17 hint, and make poHille
jtlte formation t aland monopoly
I never contemplated l.y tin j mblix
land HVHtein. but which, on the con-i
trarv.lt Ih one of the i.uii.omh oti
t hat HVHtem to tirevent."
The.it ithi wful lelleiiur
tloiuaiu hi' llrt kill 11 IH
eipial M'vcrily. After idiowimr that
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Iill"l i rill .......................
.f i.i.lilii- l.i, hU. enibracinu nearly !
l ikmi.ikmi arrcH. were rcnoru-d to bin
department, he wiid:
'I'lvtwuiv of all hoi-tn has bei ll
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i iron K II l I" m-iii on w- t-.........
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policy it has purMicd ajiaiiiHt these
It Iiiih Imi'U
the public I
i alleued by t hem tha t tin-depart nient
i has lieen making war upon the cat -
tie industry of the West, and they
have written letters to different
breeders of cattle in the Kastem and
'Middle Western slates, ami presented
i to them the a ruiiiiicni that their oc-
c.lIwlt in woiihl k offer if the zeal of
;. . ;(Vernincnt was not abated;
j xu. lui-rdeiH have, in some in-
, written to their Senators
and Kepii-HciitativeH in ConnresH,
who have, in turn, written to this
"It Is the duty of this department
to enforce the laws relative to the
He adds that these laws which
"forbid and prohibit" the unlawful
occupancy or fencing of the public
domain are ltelng continuously and
IM'islstently violated. Under such
clrcumstnnceH a conscientious execu
tive otllcer with a proper conception
of the nature of hU oath can pursue
but one course.
Nlteclul agents of the Interior de
partment are now in Nebraska tear
,i,)Wn fence that are on govern-
.-'-, avowed policy of the tiovern -
,,,. to preserve the public domain
f()1. IUH (ul- actual settlers has in
,,.,, iniplacable and relentless fi e
i tiu, ,.i..H(, that seeks to ocenpy
tu..,nblic lands for grazing purposes,
, . . ..intaiuing unlawfulfenceHthcn-
The report shows that there were
disposed of during the fiscal year
la nds aggivgat lug lJ,4s,fKK,f:i acres,
an Increase of UJlTi.TIW acres a com
pared with the aggregate disposal
for the preceding fiscal year.
The total cash receipts during the.
fluenl vear from varlou sources I in
cluding disposal of public lands, $:,
SS'.KONS.ti'i) aggregate f tl,i.Yl .H-'7 is.
..I l-K(l7-,li :tt The
in. mi-reuse oi i.iiw,nm nn. j m.
..iiii nnui of the nubile land I tn-
l.SUlt.fKiii.MO acres, oi
. , , "., -a i-i! iiiv lniillsiios.
which MM,U.h3,4iO auvs niv nmtispos -
' ed of.
l ' ISHlW II, Iu lll'llllll lilt M
miinlrri'l hU mpniw. A-'
hwt. wwk. cheateif tit la Ity cout-
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tlw jail Momlny
Iiin head. The ot Iht end he tied to
ine imitm ni. mi Hiue oi I lie c-n .-umiil
I.I ..I ., ...
f .ni- feet from the Ih tor ami win-n
he wiiM ready to 'Vpriii the tra,"
' he Mlipped hin feet out from under
' hliiiMclf and --at down, lacking only
' a few inclieK of Mittina; on the floor.
The Sheriff w;i on.- only aiioiit
half au hour, hut Sam had pa--u-d
over into tie- "Impj.y limiting
; ground" when he returned,
j Coroner I Iuit'im took charge of the
i boily and an impiest wiim held Tuif
j day. The jury found that Sam hud
come to liU death from lack of breath
caused ly a handkerchief Im Iiic tied
i too tinht around hin neck with hi
TIiuh einletU tin tecond chapter of
a cruel murder ai.d conmi-a.-iit tul
cide, the direct cauie of which. chu
" attrihatl t Kellin-r bad whlnky
u' ll dlan.
tlMiielt lie would U huiiR
anyay ilI by ditinj? it hliiiHelt. did
i il very jac
j.-i very jic-.iei . ih act tiavunl the
i'-'oiihty. tin- fxp-iiHe of keepinii:
; " "
, ltI consul, .a.
Xo doubt S.n
hip li"--- .'
- !-held i:.e.
j.iil o:i toiio
I I i. . Ii . .f i-ili.f wlu-.
dent met ion at ti
A UUIldlll.a III
The i-alt Business
W. H. McCjill. who hiw ln-en haul-
inir stock Halt from his salt marsh
1 to liailey & MaHi-inirill and Ayrew.
Whithworth Ac Ayn-s. han n veritable?
i bonanza in the salt tiusinesn. He
j has taken about ".'i'kMNxi pounds of
I pure salt off of his salt marsh thi
j year, and exjicts to take off LlHl.tHO
more yet this fall. There is very
little cost In getting the salt; three
men cun pile up Khi.ikmj pr-uuds in a
week, and then all there Ih toltedone
Ih to sack, weigh and haul tomarket.
The salt Is delivered to l.akeview for
1 cent. I nun ordinaryyear r(K),(M
can Im taken off the marslv and in
a dry year there Is much more. Lat
year there wo estimated, to l
fully SOO.OOO jMnind. This salt inaiuh
ha been known and used by the
Slrrer Itke stock men for more than
a dozen year, and It wa only last
year that Mr. McCall filed on the
marsh. This salt Is much better and
purer than that usually found In salt
marshes, n the little lake I fed bv
salt spring. Six gallons of the wa
ter when boiled will make 4 gallon
of fine pure table salt. Mr. Hays
wm put upneniallevnporatlng plaot
next season, ami If it work Batte-
j flu-torily will put up a large plant
I and furnish this whole section with
Kalt. The stock salt in much letter
taken out In large chunks as it forms
iu the bottom of the lake when the)
water evaporates in the Summer.
Mr. McCall thinks hia salt marsh
Is worth more to him than his stock
ranch Including his 'HHM) head of sheep.
It certainly l.
rresley Dorrls and Fnd Huffman
with a gang ot vaquero. left' here
some two mouths ago for eastern
Nevada, where they went to liuy
cattlesaystheNew F.ra. They re
turned to the Dorrls much hist jveek
with fC0 head of cattle, after a hard
trip. Mr. Huffman will take hi
' part oi me cai
ul,,w 1 nt-K
part of the cattlo on to his place at