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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1904)
V I U LFI2 I I 1
Whom WlUnn Formerly of l-ake
County I led Over an Ant Mill
In Arizona nnd lft to iJia
Tin1 Itcddlntf H.'iirrlillulit mii.vm iiii
unconfirmed icMrt liita reached I t-tj .
ttlim Hint Kohni Wilson, huh of Hen
ry W'IImi.ii, u pioneer and prominent
clll'ii of Tehama County, was
cuiiulit iiml t nit nri'il to dealli by
tin1 Yinjul Indians lu Arizona.
lli'iiry Wilson wiim nl one lime Hie
ltii 1-h t f nipa.ver Iii Tehama coun
ty, lilllllll, OIIC if Ht'VITIll SOllH, WHS
well known In Shunt a C "i miit.v. Ilolim
went In ArUonu 1 Hie ,,"l-
t le IhihIiii'mh.
Now come I li' report lluit sever
itl weeks nu' I"' wu captured I'.v
I he VitilllK Mli'l pill to I In' most cruel
death I. in i xv it to Hint cruel tribe.
The report has It Mint In wiim tlnl
down over tin 1111 f n fcroi Ioiim
HJM l l. H of lllllK Itml lift there. Heath
III SUlil ! ConicStdOWl.V.pulllftllly,
lull Him ly.
Itohtii II vi In Lake County for a
litiitilM-r of years and i'otilii'li'l IiIm
father's extensive stock rnncli In
Warner Valley, well known to every
body In tlil county from IiuvIiik
I teen In litigation for pinny years.
KoIiiii'm ad death will Im greatly
deplored ly IiIm Lake County friends.
cw Pine Creek
Locnl News Notes.
Nldjch riding I I In order of I ho
.lay :tt t lit IhI- 11k.
A Ihi.'UhUIii Iioi-m u llli n "add I i
made hi appearance on our Htri-et
one day lnt week. Ijnlte a iniiiibcr
of our box wihcd to ride tin- mil-
mill but I'olirlllili'il thill tll'.'V Will'
I.. i. llllil I'lltllilll t III IMtallll V H1I1II1'
th" tint". llowrviT, on" bi'u" man
liimintol tin- cayiiMt uiil -lnirtl.
afti rwanl therlly wiim In laikti"MM.
Many pi'opli-t lioii;lit It wiim caUNcil
by mi ti'llpMt' of th" Him: but It w iim
not It wan th" man t'oiiii;: s!;iv:i.
(!ny lluiiiuii'ivlv "Ut to IavlM
('rit'k ui biiHlni'MM Weilni'Milay ami
Alio! luT rabbit -hIiooI Iiik content
will Im hehl lu III" near f il tun.
ClKht ilriiiiimerM u-;l tliioiili
theclly Krhlay nroiil" to AltuniM.
Peto Toilet Iium relunieil from Sac
raiuciito, wheru lie went with i
bunch of linrwH Home .'I vwkn uKrii.
Win 1i'moii lww a Kilpplnu; ma
chine. Now wo ran tell who Im the
HtouteHt man lu Pint Creek.
ICveryboily Im roIiik to kts-p cotl
next Hiimiiier all putting up Ice.
W.U.Clark Dies at Klamath fall..
Sick but a ila.v ami not cotiHlileivil
ilaiiKcrouHly III, Walter P.. Clark
PIihhimI from HiIh life at li n 'clock l'li
ilay cvt'iiliiK of hint wii'k. The iicwm
of IiIm ilealh came an a hiiii'Ik' to
IiIm (iIcihIh ami uciiuiiliitiiticeH. II
whmu member of 1 1." local lodne of
odd IVIIoWMiiml und.rth" liten aff i.
.i ...I,.-1... 1.....1...1 s .i.i.-.ii.v
afternoon. Iieceiused leaven a wife
and four children. Mih. P. P. Cheney
of l,akevlew Im a Hln(er. There Im a
brother in Sun Pi'iiiicIhco, and a
brot her and twonlptei'M renlde In the
Pays Kli IHviJend.
The Peuu Muliial Life I iiHiiruuce
Company Im publlHhlnn a repui t of
ItH ItiiHlneMM for liio.l, which nIiuwm It
to have hud a very HUcceHHful year.
A larger amount of new liiHiuunce
wan written than ever before lu the
hlHtory of the Company. HcmMcm
nddlnn nearly a million dollar to
the HiirpliiM, the Peuu .Mutual pay 8
tlilri year the largeHt dividend to
policy holdet'H ever declared by the
Company. Thin will be of lnlerent
to the many policyholder; of the
Peuu Mutual In thin vkinlty.
Sherman and Harmon, Portland,
tiro, the general ugeutn. 4
Kdw. IIuiIxok anil lllrHlml Flem
ing of S"v line Cnvk, were In Lake
vh'W Tucmlny. They have Jimt fin-IhIh-iI
taking MhH'k In tin (lltiliotiM
Ac I f ft r I r. u More, preparatory to
HcttllUg lip till tlllltllll" CMtllte. It Ih
reported Unit Fleming MroM. contem
plate purchnMng tin More.
Lukevlcw Fiicnmpmcnt No. I.
O. . I". InMnlled It olllccr hint
'rinii1ji,v nleht . Tli" NlMtrr of Iti
I H I. ih had been Invited to join llicin
III M 1 1 1 1 aillllcnclitH after lodge, nnd
IIii evening win greatly enjoyed,
limn lug wiim Indulged In litilll it lnti
hour. A midnight mippcr nl llur
wy'n waM uiurh enjoyed.
II Ih only n matter of it Miort
1 1 rue w lii'ii eery farmer will la-compelled
to liu'vi' a cream wpnrator
lu order to M'll IiIm butter. TIiomc
who have thcui In Ijiki' County
ranuot Ktipply tin' h'Uiaul for 1 u 1 -ti-r.
Th" li' Laval Im tin' ln't
make. Von run wivi' inom-y by
buylii one at .Milntroin llnw, 4
"lr. KuKi-ni' r.oonc iiml brlih ha
arrhcil lu .Nam hi from I'IikitvIIIi',
MityMthi I xwi.ttT. ami will takf up
tlii-lr rfMlili-iiii' nt Niiiiipa. Mr.
Hooih U a very MiwrHMfulpnu-tltlon-cr."
Tin iibovi Im from nn M.iho
paMT. Mr. I'.ooiii' Im a hoii of lianU'l
ilooiii' of I'IiihIi, ami nt on" tlui" rv
Hhl"i Iuti' with IiIm pait litM.
U hit" huntliiK n'nr th" HuilHM'th
niiit li hiMt Sumlay lr. Ih-wi-y Hplcd
a Itltr I.mi fining up lu a lottoii
woimI trti' taklmr a mim-y of the
rounl ry, hii.vm t li" llii-onl. Th" I'r.
Moon hail a In .itl on Uh i ittHhip ami
a wt-ll illri'i ti ll hIki! liroiiKlit him to
Hi" umuii'l. lie lutt tiilM to have Hi"
iskln Huffi'il nml prt'iM rvi It um a
Throw away your old hcaterM ami
Ho to ileniard' ami p-t a new one
It will hum-you enough wood to
pay for Hnclf. 1 1 1
lliif t.(ijuTVl-"r- "''I 'lTliIii"d
to n-t t he county IiiihIm nnd iihm'm.
iiiciiIm In a hIihik' that tin rccordM
can Im understood by the taxpayer
May m the New P.ra. When the new
towiiMhlpM nre completed for the n
wHMor by the Miirveyor, and the n
f'HHiiK'iit roll in puIiIIhIxmI nml fur
nUhed each projM-rty holder, It will
Itenn eany matter for the nvcruK
tax payer to find out JUMt where he
MtainlH and what he Ih doing.
JameH McCrenry wim In froih the
Went Side liixt wH'W and Informed
The Kxamlner that there were not
enough riibbStH In that wetloti to
JiiMtlfy a drive any more. In yenm
none by many thousand of thetn
M"ts have Imh-ii driven Into a net to
imvt their dentliM at the end of a
club. Hoever. It Ih preHiimcd that
they prefer to die that way In pre-feix-nce
to Im-Iiiu Hcared li death by
a crowd of would be rabbltdiunterx.
County Clerk Manrliitf, Deputy
"'1"''. ahhUtimt Tucker, have
u,irti traiiHcrlbln the
aHM-HHineiit roll, but have finally
completed the tank and will today
turn the roll over to Sheriff iMiulup
for collection. The Sheriff under
the new law collectH all taxeH for
city and county, not Including city
Htroct and poll tax. 'l'he city prop
erly lax thin year U accord
liiK to the : mill levy. The total
county tax thin year in if l,Si"i,:tll.
The Irregularity of the iiiuIIh from
tbo went Ikik become a common com
plaint with our citUeiiH. Tuenday
three iuiiIIh came on the Hinge.
Probably nlnce the mail Ih carried by
boat from Keno to Klamath FallM,
thU Inconvenience will bo overcome,
and wo will not bo compelled to
wait one or t w o days nt a time for
our mail. The time required to
parry the mull from the railroad Ih
HUflltiently long at bout, and It Ih
hoped that the time may 1h short
ened Homo way.
Ml, iiml Mr. Tri'd Moore hri? Iwk '
A-hlaml nfh-r a Mourn of
weekn nt Portland nnd Hint tie, and
will remain In thin thriving Southern
Oregon town the remainder of the
winter nay the KxprcMN. Anhland
Iiiim until" excellent talent for the
Htage, and with Mr. nnd Mr. Moore
it the inaitntcfnient.lt Ucertaln that
Home good plnyn, well jM-rformed,
will 'm liitrodiiceil thlM wlnterln AhIi
land. Mr. M;or wrlten that they
are now rehearHlng "Jack o' IHa
mondM," a play prenetilfd by the
Moon ComedlatiM lu Klamath
Fa IIm i
In Mt Jlliie.
C. M. Oliver, New Pine Criik"n
latent beiii'dlel, wiim Iii l.akfvlew
ycMterday. Charley InforniH The
Pxamlni r that he Im branching out
In the hog IiiihIiu'hm, ha vlug Improved
IiIm drove hint fall by the addition of
. mowm and a boar from IIHuoIm.
They an all out of prlw' hogM, and
the boar'M Mire nob! for $1,.Vki, while
IiIm half brother brought ?2..VNi.
Thene are prriba)ly the In-nt bred
hogH ever brought to thlM wet bin of
the country, nnd great IniprovmentM
are expected In lionralMlng lu the
An I'dllor ha diMcovercd that
there Im if wide difference. In-tween
tin' Mihool bookM oft lie jintMiit and
thuNf of long ngo. He May m that
w hen he flrnt went to hcIiooI, he road
the Iommoii Momethiug like thin: "See
the row. Ih not the row nice? Can
the cow run? Yom the row ran run.
Can th" row run an fnnt a the
hore','" P.ut ih" latent up-to-date
ntyie of reading It by the average
kid In about um follown: "Cot onto
the row. Ain't nhe a brute? Sure
nhe in a corker. Can the row get a
move on hcrNclf? Can nhe hum It like
a Iiohh? No nhe ain't In it with do
The PxprcHM nayn the Llndiey
I'lillrond Company will run freight
wagotiM from the railroad terminiiH
to Keno, eonnerting there with the
liver and lake boatn. Thin Inmircn
pilck transit of all freight to point
touching on the river and lower
K!iinth Li'.1"". W iinderxtand the
price jHr hundred pound to Klam
ath Fall from Pokegema will Im 40
rent, or "Tt rent from Laird. The
Klamath Lake Navigation Company
will put on a double wrew projteller
fia-foot boat the routing Hummer, an
tkipntlng nuftkient biiHlnesH to justi
fy It building. Lakevlew merchants
may find It to their Inten-nts to have
their freight come via the Klamath
Loul Itrautlarht returned from
Ileno Tuemlay night with hi little
hoii Marlon, who n wallowed the
woaher, mention tf whlrh wa made
laxt week. Iteno tmrgeon located
the wanher by mean of the X ray
and with modern appllaneenextraet
ed It through the mouth without
having to perform nn oeratlon.
The boy wan placed under the inttu
enre of chloroform and a jointed
Instrument wuh itanned down hi
throat until It reached the washer,
when a spring wan touched and the
Instrument received the obstruction
which wan carefully drawn out.
Marlon wan nearly dead when he
reached Keno last Thursday, but
came home an well an ever.
The Examiner reporter who wrote
up the meeting held In the opera
house by the ladle, to arrange for a
leap year party, took his life in hi
own hands. The Pxuminer editor
wan held rest oiiHlblo, and from the re
port that raineln of threatened Iioh
I llltlcn, fortifications were Immediate
ly thrown up at this office. Thl
threatening aspect caused a lull In
tho preparation for war and the
muriner of discontent were changed
Into loud Ira, ha' of mirth. The
leap year party to he given by the
ladles tomorrow night Is now threat
ened to be Invaded by the largest
attendance of any dance given dur
ing the 20th century. Everybody is
going, JiiHt to see If everybody else Is
there, and my, what a time there
A r-iT- att r TrTT OTtrA r- ft.'A-w?
LHZ BP-ALL, Proprietor
Wo have conidantly on hand a Fine and Complete .Stock
of DrugF, CJieinicnl, Perfumwrien, Toilet Articleu, Fancy
Notions, Cigum, Etc., Etc,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
A F'i i.l ami Cumi'I.ktk Link ok
Heaters ,6ox and Parlor Stoves
Stove Boards, Pipe, Dampers
Stove Linings & Backs
In fa' t anything in the fctove or lUnge
Line wan tee, at price to nil it the times.
J. E. EBRNARD & SON
Whistler Reports on Irrigation.
Mr. Whistler, npocla.1 Irrigation
agent of the government, made a
tour of Lake and Klamath conn tie
taking observation of irrigation
hlte last I'all and hi finding con
cerning thl section are a follows:
It wit found that all land In the
vicinity of Lakeview that aresuscep
tlble of irrigation by any large pro
ject are now patented and in the
hand of large holder. Projects in
that region are therefore not attrac
tive. IjiikI lying north of Bly were
observed to lie well for irrigation,
and would probably lie productive.
In fact, it I thought futureexamina
tion may uhow that there are bright
prospect for building up irrigation
project that will utilize the waters
of Sprague Klver. A fair reservoir
site wa observed a few miles above
Bonanza, and an excellent one at
At Klamath Falls, Mr. Whistler,
after looking over the ground, found
a promising site about seven miles
south of the borderline in California,
that contemplates using Clear Lake
a a reservoir, but there Is some
question as to the control of streams
that supply this lake.
Calculation shows that a dam 30
feet high, constructed across Link
Klver, would hold the entire flow of
that stream for a year, and that the
water so stored would be sufficient,
if it can lie turned out on arid lands
to reclaim a vast area. No examin
ation was made, however, to deter
mine the advisability of constructing
such a dam.
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