Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, November 05, 1903, Image 1

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Local Talent Fntcrtalns the Pnb
lie lor the llencfit of the!"!. 12.
Church Parsonage.
The cluiniiliitf milk maids i n i 1
ix itii lii-i lilt In tlii'ir entertainment
"I'm I j i night. 'I'lic program of
vih'hI iiml IiihI i iniii'iiliil music wum
pronounced Hrnt-vliiMH. Mrs. Steele's
recitation wllli iiiiii nccoiupanl
nnnt was excellent. Tin milk maids
In their drill, dressed In short red
dresses nml white aprons mnl carry
ing a milk stool, were very Nwcct.
Madame Omiir was a drawing card
In fori n lit' telling. 'The candy, lee
cream and coffin booths, served the
rowd with plenty of good thlnn".
and ttio receipts vvcrt' good. In all,
fl)i wo taken In, $U'J of which wo
received at tho door. The exjs'nses
were about The balance Im to
go toward fixing up tho M. K. Par
nonage. Aik To Open Reserve.
The Oregon Senators In Washing
ton liavt united In a letter to tin
General Innd Office recommending
the Immediate restoration to the
public tlomatn of townships 0
mnl 17 hoiiI h, raiiRi' 4 east, In Lane
on nty, which were temporarily
withdrawn several months ago with
ix view to enlarging tin' Cascade
forest rwn-nri'.
With tlu-lr ri'iju.'Ht the Senator
forwarded n M't it ion sent In b.v the
4 'ommcrcljil Club of Kukciic. ami
point out that one of tin' mont pros
pcroiiM mining camps In Oregon Is
hltuatcil In this proponed cxtciiMloii.
cmploylm; moi-c t tin ii K) iiu-ii. They
m;i.v that In tk'' stamp diIIIh arc iM'ing
MiicccNhfully operated, and inorc arc
now under coiihtni.tloii on these
1,'iiiiIh and within a Hlmrt time tlie
iniiii'H ami their cniploycH will i)e
mai.d all the productn that can !
ihImimI in tlie viclnty. Tin -hc town
nhipH are being rapidly nettled, and
tin' Sena torn ntate that to withdraw
H-rmaueutly the landn would par
alyze the numi'roiiH liidiiHtrleH cntali
lUlu'd and Hprluglng up and greatly
retard and ilt'Htroy the future de
velopment of flint Hcctloii of Lane
4 'ouuty. Furthermore, they liiHlxt
then In no ueecHHlty for adding
thene towilHlilpn to the rewrve.
Important Land Decision.
The tleclHlon of United Stateo
Judge llanford at Niokane, In hol.l
Ing that it homcHteud claimant, In
taking an oath preMcrlhed, not by
ntatute, but by regulation of the
Interior Department, Ih uot guilty of
IM'iJury If he swears falwly, Is likely
t(i have a moHt Hweeplng effect upon
the efforts of the Interior Depart
ment to prevent fraud In timber
land cancH.
I TIm department ban preHcrllied a
great number of iueHtloiiH which the
timber appllcaulH niiiHt atiHwer Ih'
j fore patentH can be IhhiuhI to them.
V The Ntatute iIoi-h uot require that
any of the ijueHtloiiH Nhall beaiiHwer
f ed, ami It Ih the opinion of local
land olllclulx that if .1 udge lltiiiford's
opinion lioldn good It will operate
I McrlotiHly nguliiHt the depart men t 'n
efforts to prevent fraud.
The (U'cIhIoii hih'iiih to let the barn
' ilowu for crooked liomt'HteaderH.
JuRHinuch an the opinion wan rcniler-
ed lii a criminal cane discharging a
ilefeinlaut, It . will lie Homo what
: Inconvenient for the tlovermne'it to
) appeal the case.
First Day's Races Yesterday Af
ternoonRainy Weather Pre
vents l-arjte Attendance.
Tin fall race meeting of the Lake
'ouuty Agricultural Association bc
gau yesterday. Theatteinlance wan
not. no largo as cxM'ctei or would
have liccu had tin weaMicr permit
ted. It Im hoped that tin' weather
the nut of the week will be better.
The first race wan a mile and
ri'M'ut for a purse of filuo. The en
tries were "Dig Dutch," entered ty
Darker, "Lady Ivlgiio" hy Coffy,
"Toriuento," by Kennedy.
The second race was mile dash
for a purse of f l.V). The en tries were
"Wntch Charm," entered by Itusslll,
"Red Steel," by Bennett. "Victor K."
by Martin, "The Wikxt," by Haber.
First race won by lady Jjevlgne,
ImI heat, :M. 2d heat. 'M.
Second race won by Rod Steel In
Hallowe'en Pranks.
An the celebration of thin old time
event count around each year, 'o-
pie Is-gln to fear for what might
happen when the Jeuvcnlle breakH
Ioohi', but Hay nothing thinking t-
hap that the event may pas tin
uoltlccd. Hut It wan not no In lake
view, and the report coiiich of many
prank ls'lng played on unuss'ctliig
cltlxeuH. The I'xamlner wan con-
gratulatlng ItHi lfon llndln Sunday
liioruluu a pile of cord wood Marked
up nKuliint the front door, but It'
wan noon claimed by Landlord i
Muht of Hotel I.akev iew. Fun Ih !
iiuiKin. imii o i
. ..I t - . . . at...
di-Ht ruction of
Khould Ih' callc
proK'rty, a
1. It Ih said
I icrotiH gntcn were torn
badly broken. I'Iiuh. L'nihnch found
one if IiIh gaten Htowed away under
the hi hoid hoiiHe, part of tlie foiimla- j
tiou having lieeii removed and re
placed. W. K. I'.arry found one of
IiIh bugKlcN on a high pile of wood
at the brewery, and another antrlde
of a hlicd roof near bin barn.
1 1 Ih understood that proHccution
has Im-cii threateneil lit one or two
ciihch, but nothing han come of It no
Congressman Indicted.
I'OHTLAND, Oregon, Oct. US.
The Federal Grand Jury today ren
dered an Indictment agnlUNt Mal
colm A. Moody, former nieinlter of
CongrcHH from this Htate, charging
him with withholding from the er
son to whom It was addressed a
let ter alleged to have come Into his
Mr. Moody has been prominent In
politics of this State for many
Mr. Moody was In the I'ulted
States District Court this morning
with his counsel when the indict
ment was rendered and Immediately
waived arraignment and time to
plead and at once entered a plea of
not guilty, lie iiHked to have tho
casts set for trial at the llrst day of
the trial term. Tho court released
Mr. Moody on his own recognizance
without ball. When- swn Mr.
Moody staled:
"It in an outrage. I am shocked
aud mortified beyond expression
that such a charge against mu
could possibly have been made by a
grand Jury. It Is false and malicious,
which 1 will fully show without de
lay. Tho charge Is truuipod up for
political purposes."
Li n
V' 'I H ' V a ' ' - - X.. Jt'
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Large Irrigation
Pumping Plant.
( Eiriu.)
The machinery, welhln 22,0tH)
pouiulH, for pumping wnter for Irri
gation purpoHcri on the ranch of F.
J. Howue, Kouanza, U on the
ground and the work of putting It
together will Ih comuienced tw noon
an the HervlceM of an engineer aud
Htone niaMou ciii lo had. r lie ma-
clilnery Ih the Inrifcnt ever brouulit
, nt(, , v ,(,u.r u
capacity of 70 hoie power and
weigliH K.-JiH) potiudH. Tlie pump
(centrifugal) weiglm li.iXN) pouiulH
with a capacity of 4..VN) gallon or
Mill l,. ,.f ...i..- ,.- ,.,,.,
I engine Ih a ltxU Automatic Allan,
j Mr. llowne'n ranch extendn wet
! ward from Donaur.a nix iuIIch along
Lout river and midway three nillcu
from Itouanxa ban Imh-ii dug a canal
1MK) feet long, -1- feet wide and N feet
deep, leading from tht river to the
point of a hill where will lie placed
the pumping plant. On the hill at
an elevation of 'Vi feet will be con
structed two ditches, one leading to
the east and the other to tho west.
Nine miles of ditch will lie required
to convey water to all parts of Mr.
llowne b ranch, comprising some
thing like 2.400 acres. Laterals will
lie run to the town of Bonanza for
Irrigation purposes and that town,
now high and dry, will in tho sum
mer time be made beautiful by shade
tree, lawn aud flower, and the re
claimed adjacent lands will add
wealth to the place. Mr. Bow no Is
confident of the success of his enter
prise, aud probably as early as next
season will install nuother pump
which will increase the water supply
for his ranch to 1000 Inches. Much
Interest In the undertaking Is manifest
by holders of dry lands throughout
the county. Its success means the
putting In of other pumping systems
hero where Irrigation is possible In
no other way.
Cannot Visit Warner Valley.
A dispatch received at Salem from
Governor Chambeiiaiu says that
tho Governor left Natches Oct. 2S for
St. Louis. Ho had planned to stop
In Southern Oregon and visit the
Warner Valley settlers, lu whose
laud coutcst he lias taken an Interest
but ho Muds that his tluio will uot
permit him to go so far out of his
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rjrize for the
Best Essay.
Office of Oregon Society Sons of
the American Involution.
Fort land, Oregon, October 1, 1903.
KniTon F.xaminkk:
The Oregon Sisrlety of Sons of the
American Revolution has several
times in the past offered prizes to
the school children of the Htate for
eMyN im wbect connected with
Itevolutlonnry History. The results
In the past have encouraged the
Society to renew the offer at this
time. Frizes ol $i", $"!. and fill,
respect filly, will therefore le award
ed for the three Is'st essays in the
order of merit, written by students
In the public schools of Oregon, tin
any of the following subjects:
The Arousing of 1'ubllc Opinion;
the Work of Samuel Adams, Thomas
l'nlne, John Dickinson and Patrick
Lexington and Concord.
The battle of King's Mountain.
Virginia's Fart In the American
Essays are limited in length to
3,000 words; must lie written on one
side of the pajier In the student's
own handwriting and must be ac
companied by the certificate of the
principal of the school attended by
the author, to tho effect that the
author Is a bona fide student in the
school and has been in attendance
therein not less than four weeks
during the school year of 1003-04.
In awarding the prizes the commit
tee will be governed by these three
Historical accuracy.
Manner of treatment.
Orthography, grammar, syntax
and punctuation.
Any additional information which
may be desired will lie cheerfully
furnished by any member of the com
mittee. The essay which Is awarded
the first prize will be published In
full, with the name of the author, in
the public press.
John K. k,
Thos. G. Ghkknk,
Wai.i.ack MK'amant,
There will bo at least two or three
ball games during tho races. Com
mencelng tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock, tho first game will lie be
tween Alturos and Lakevlow, and if
no other nines come, tho same nines
will play again Saturday morning.
It each team wins a game, they will
play the deciding game Sunday
afternoon for a purse of f -"00.
NO. 44,
Election Tuesday fol City Officers
Passed off Quietly Two Tick
ets Were in the Field.
Tlie election for city officers Tues
day, was not such a tame affair as
had Is'en exHt'ted, yet there was no
excitement, and the day passed off
quietly with two tickets In the field,
Instead of one, as had been expected.
It was uot expected that more than
50 votes would lie cast with the one
ticket in the field, but when the
other ticket came out, more interest
was manifest aud the vote was run
up to 136. The ticket as published
last meek was elected. The other
ticket contained the names of 8. B.
Chandler and S. F. Ablstrom in place
of the names of Harry Bailey and A.
Y. Beach. The vote stood as fol
lows. Mayor: W. P, Heryford 133.
Counellmen: V. L. Snelilng 134
Harry Bailey 100
B. Reynolds 131
A. Y. Beach 88
S. B. Chandler 49
8. F. Ahlstrom 39.
It Is not
W B. Snider 136.
well known why the
other ticket was pnt op at so late a
date, as all four of the councllmen
elect did not want to run could o
other candidates have been found,.
and would more than gladly have
stepiied down and out had It been
known sooner, or lefore the tickits
were printed.
Cattle Buyer At Pelican Bay.
A well accredited story comes from
Pelican Bay that an old man past SO
years of age apiearedln that locality
a few weeks ago, ostensibly from the
Prlneville country, and for the pur
pose of buying cattle. He engaged
Hansen's cattle, a bunch of about
150 head, and hired Jesse Coxto drive
them to Grass Valley where he pro
posed to winter them. Hansen decid
ed he could make a good thing and
he bought some cattle of Brown, so
as to speculate a little In the trade
with the old cattle buyer. The latter
let it be understood that he had a
ranch at the head of the McKenzio
River, one near Prlneville and anoth
er In Grass Valley.
A few days ago, his business requir
ed that he should go to Klamath
Falls at once. He desired a tempor
ary loan for his Immediate accommo
dation. Hansen gave him 50, Cox
gave him another $ 20 and It is said
he was generously supplied with
some money by others. Cox was to
meet him In Klamath Falls; he was
there at the appointed time, but the
old man was not there and nothing
has been heard as to his whereabouts
since, though Cox has been in eager
search of him, the promised job, and
the $20 he loaued, since.
He went to a sheep much near
Keno. He was told the old man had
a bag of gold coin and a big check
Hansen has his cattle on his bauds
on which the old man paid nothiug
aud ho has also tho GO head ho got of
Browu to feed through tho wlute.
They are mystified as to the disap
pearance of the old man.
It Is explained that he learned in
Klamath Falls ho could buy cattle
cheaper near Trluevlllo than there.
Ashlaud Tribune.