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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1904)
LAKH VIEW, LAKE COUNTV, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 14,190-1.
. I If I II I .Ml l IM'H fill I 111 i 1'IWllll tr
ineii from .luckMuii county wen1
ciiiiimiI iienr the Imrii nnd hhw Car-
rick fall to the ground not iii'ire;
t lift ii .Vl yard from tlieli-cumiJiiMt iim
ii lliixli of lightning M-emed to lie-1
hci-IkI 1 1 j 1 1 It I lit mill il deafening (M'lll
f thuiidcr wiim lieiinl. When the
l.udy wim examined It wim found
I hut the lightning Imd ntrtick hi
head uihI burned his Mcnlp mid pass
im through IiIm tiiHly on the left side.
The calf of IiIm left leg wim burned off
iiml hi feet wim burned. 1 1 In shoe
was burned Into a crisp and In IiIm
iK-ket were some keys nnd a silver
dollar that wiim melted mid welded
to the key.
Mt. Csrrlck wim about 47 year of
ago and leuveH a wlfo mid two moiih
and two daughters, lie had ri-Hlileil
In Klamath FiiIIm about 20 yearn,
and hud conducted a btfic-k Htnltll
hop then for a iiuiiiIht of yearn.
lie wiih a full rate iiieinU-r of the A. i
. I'. W. I odgo In good standing
mid mi boiioi-ed meinlH-r of the
State Will Not (Jive up Contest.
The state of Oregon will try for a
new hearing lu the Klamath .Swamp
lauderiHe. which wimdeelded aguliiM j
the Mate by the Interior deparl men t. J
About "O.'HM acres Ih Involved In the
vase, of laud granted to the IndlaiiH,
which tin- Indians III 1 IS relinquish
ed their title. The state of t)reKOil
claim title to the lamU under the
itratit by the overumeut In 1S(M,
which gave to the Mate nil the
wamp land on the public domain
not otherwise dlnpowd of. In IiIm
IccImIoi) the Sit-retary of tho Interior
iioldn that nil the land In that re
ulon lieloiiKcd orljflnully to tho In-
llaiiH and that by tho tn'aty of IMS
iholndlaiik Kavo up their claim to
all except what In now tho Klamath
Innervation, which ll.'Hcrvnt Ion In
cludeH the Hwaiiip laudrt. According;
to tho Secretary "h v lew tho govern
meiit had no title to convey to the
MtateiiMthe latidn bclotipd to the
Win. II. MntthewM, tho Htato'M at
torney at Washington, contendM
tliatthelndiaiibhad no title onlymiru
um kIvcmi the in by tho government,
and that the government conveyed
tltloto tho titiite of On-gon by the
grant of 1W0 Hubject to the pohhoh
nlon of the IndlaiiH during tho con
tinuance if the roHerve. Tho gov
ernment having entered Into a
treaty by which tho JudlatiH take
lundrt In Hovt ralty and glvo up their
claim to other lauds In the Itewerva
tlon, Mr. Matt he wh contendM that
tho title of the mh to Ix now com
plete. Another Steamboat Disaster.
Over 700 Danish and Norwegian
cmlgrantM bound for New York are
believed to have been drowned In tho
North Atlantic on Juno 28. Out of
nearly H00 hoiiI on tho DiuiIhIi steam
er Norge, which left Copenhagen
.Juno "2, only -7 are known to be
iillvo. When last hoou, tho Norgo
waa nlnVlng where Mio struck ou tho
Inlo of Hockall, w hero an Isolated
peak i'Ihch from a deadly Atlantic
i wf, 2!)0 miles off the West coaut of
. was hurled at Anderson, ( ill., by the
if .Inly (ttli, nt K In tgii t ti I'iiIIm, A. D.
........... 'side nf her IiiihIiuik! win died live
ill-rick won Instantly killed by light-i
, ' Mouths ago nt that place,
nlng. lie wiih returning from his! ,
I III" Iti'lM'kiili s conducted the
burn where lie went to put his cow ,
. . , , , ... . ... . fiiiienil service. Mio wiih it charter
In the Midler nut of tin mill which
i member of i he Luke, lew orler.
was pouring i'iiH'II lit tlictline. I wci
Mrs Stanley Die at Anderson.
New IMiih Creek, On.
Ithoda I". Kl i nicy, wlfo of tlx lute
O. L. Stanley died July 1st 11MK. mid
i mie wiih ii.i yearn oi iige. nini iciivt-M
four children ii ii I live grand-children
to iiiouni her Iohh, Kobert Stanley,
Terry Mauley, Mrs. I'. W. IWh nii(l
llu (' It tl ...... A. 1
! . W. Ikl j IL IK.
Mr. mid Mrs. Stanley were well
j known ben, iih they were among the
II rut Mcttlem In thin valley, and were
esteemed by all who knew tlieiri here
iim well a In Anderson.
Mr. C. ). Reynolds returned from
Mendocino t'lty to her homo at New
Pine Creek but week. Her brother
KoU-rt Stanley and ulster Mm. F.
w . Beach iu-coinpanUd her homo
after the butt sad rite were overnnd
their mother laid to nut.
Mr. Bench Intend to visit among
friends and relatives about two
montliM. TIiIm Ih her first visit to
her old homo for twelve yearn and
her many friend nave her a henrty
Kansas city Under Water.
The Kaw river linn for the hccoimI
time within the pnM year ovetllo wed
Itn lmukH and brought destruction
In the Ht ni t h of Kiuimum City, Kun
miim. Ten thoiiHaiul Knple are roam
ing ImhiicIchh ami dcMltute, mid the
Mi.yor I. an appealed to the were t a ry
)lf wnr ,,, ,nvt t(l. tominiindcr ,,t
i.-t .av,.iwoi th, Kan., to IhHiie ra-
tloiiHto the hungry mid IioiiicIcmk.
lluudrcdH of farmcm have Im-cii forc
ed to (lev from their Iiuiih-h with
w hat few ntock iiml iioiiHeholdgoodM
they could pick up iih they ran, and
leave their fnrmcM and cropn to le
Hooded and ruined.
Several other towns In Kaumuj
have Imh'ii Hooded. In Wichita, Kau
miih, .'Jim) bliK-kM of the city wore flood
ed by the overflow of both tho IMg
and Little ArkntiHiiM rlvern.
Upset In the Creek.
Mr. C. (). KeynoldH, the Vino Crtvk
Miller, wan up from there Monday,
accompanied by IiIm wife and her
MlMor, Mm. Frank Iteach. Mr. Key
noldH Informed iim that tho new dy
namo for Anthony & Keller's idectrlc
light plant at. l'lno Creek arrived
there lawt week, and la hauling tho
7,000 pound machine up tho canyon
to tho plant the grade gave way and
the dynamo rolled Into tho cnek
about 18 feet below with tho wagon
ou top of It. Tho thing was holntod
back up to tho grade again Sunday
by means of blocks and cables. It
Ih not known whether any Herlous
damago was done to tho dynamo
moro thau breaking a pully or two.
New Reserve In Klamath.
Following is a telegram received by tho
I.nkeviow land ollkoj
WAHiiiNornx, i). c. July 12, 1004
lit'K'iHtcr and Receiver,
I.ukc.viuw, Oregon :
)n account of the Klamath lliver ir
rigation project willidrnw from all forms
of dinpoHiil whatsoever, under first form
of withdrawal (which means temporary
withdrawal) of lands in the following:
Townships 33 and 30 lis 14 and 15, E.
tp40 It 0, fractional tp 41 11 0, S tp 30
H 7, NM tp 40 K l.BW'Ji tp 39 It 8, XW
tp 40 U 8, idl south and east.
J, W, KlMl'LE, com.
Land Salen in Lakevlew District.
UuMinesH of the U. S. Land Ofllco
for tho fical year ending Juno 30, 1004.
Amount of cash received:
Tor sale of lands J297.013.40
Vot fees and commissions 10.340.CS
Total . $308,250.0$
PIunIi, Or., July 12.
j Kin roit Kxamivkii:
Ah wo have not read anything In
The Kxamluer from I'luxh or "Mc
carty Come Hown" for a long time,
I take the time to Infori you that
we are Mid living mm revolving
with the earth.
v..-. i. t..- i . . I . a .........
mi y iirner ih h pun o i;i ih-ii uiy
at prem'iit; Iik-iiI Mnirodn are eiiHt
Ing for the HjHH kled U-n title In Honey
i m-k. but ye m.-rllw Iiih not yet had
the pleiiMiire of even a timte of their
Jeff 1'arlMh, general manager of
the J. J. ranch nt-elved tietween 500
nnd WH) beef cattle from Mr. Ulack
well of Harney, rvcektlj, and the cat
tle will Imj postured In Catnaa prairie
till fall. He will make a general
branding this week.
Mr. "McCarty Come tW'u was of
fered a good price for hto "wool, but
we are Informed by Joe Jooo4 that
he did not nell, much to the dlMguat
of Mr. JoneH, who n-greta to see a
man overlook a good thing when It
Is offered him.
J lurry JlolKTtM, manager of the "t
ranch has made one drive from the
dcHcrt to the Hummer range with
good MiiccesH. The next drive will
take place thin week. Dame Humor
Iiiih it that our gallant foreman of
the 7T had his Initiatory battle with
Cupid and received a Herlous heart
wound, but do not bold Vjmr breath
till the wound prove fatal.
Some time ago Home of the vaquer
oh dlxcovcred an animal in the tulen
that they thought to lie of an am
phibious HKcie, but upon closer in
sjHftlou It was found to be Mct'arty
Come liown after his Huddle horse.
However Joe Daly says he was nfter
a7Tsow!!! wonder what the
price of leof will Im? this fall?
J. A. Morris and fumlly have re
turned from Itogue Itiver, where
they spent the winter for the bene
fit of Mrs. Morris' health. All are
glad to see them back again.
Daniel Boone, tho post master,
merchant and republican wheel horse
of I'lush has returned from his trip
to tiooso Lake.
Mrs. W. C. I-alrd was In Hush
from 1'ltie Joint.
W. V. Overton has harvested a line
crop of alfalfa.
Judge Moulder says that court
will be In schhIoii at all hours after
Our road boss, D. I'. Cleland Is
making some much needed Improve
ments on the public road between
here an tho Hog ranch. Some now
plank Is needed badly on tho Honey
Our horsemen have about finished
gathering their horses. MnJ. Fine
nnd W. K. Seammoii have been at
tending tho Shirk rodeos In Liuiuio
valley which have been going on
five or six weeks.
Quito a number of our people visit
ed Lakovlcw to spend tho Fourth
nnd report having had a good tlmo.
It Is reported that Ed. llond will
sell his ranch tit blue Joint and re
turn to bis old homo la tho state of
1 laying will begin, hero this week
with good prospects for heavy
Well, Mr. 'Editor, 1 will closo for
this tlmo. Keep your eye ou tho
repuldk""118 of l'lush until November
and If ''Teddy" conies to Lakevlew
tell lilm wo will all vote for him.
A Matter Delustonlat.
Prof. Hoffman, tho Magician gave
a iK-rformiiice In the oMra house
last Kiitunlay evening which was
well nrelved. I'rof. Hoffman Im
about the slickest sleight of hand
performer thatever visited 1 .dike view.
The text morning aft-r the show
ehe I'rof. gave what he called a lit
tle parlor s-rformaueo In the Lake-
view lloiiMf bar room for the jdens-
..... . f .. fl x 1
,111 it it-iv admiring iMHwimierM
j who watched hliu very closely, but
failed to detect his delusions.
He had a bystander place a SO cent
piece In a hat and turn tho lint over
on the end of the bar. He was com
pletely surrounded, men on all sides
of him watching his every move
ment 'xcvpt one and when the hat
wan lifted up the coin wan not there,
and a quart tomato can was there
In Its stead. No one seen him make
the change, but he did It just the
Disorder In Red Light DUtrlct
A female fight nas pulled off at the
restaurant Monday between two of the
women on the bill, the stakes, $40, gilng
to the city's exchequer. Our society ed
itor is not familiar with the names of
these people and our only way disting
uishing them is by color. The fight
was between a black and a white. They
wern arrested and brought before town
recorder who imposed a fine of $20 each.
White was not satisfied and swore to a
complaint against black, charging her
with disturbing the peace ol their quiet
little home on the hill. lilack was again
brought lieforc the city mughtrate and
tlned 1 10 more. lilack then more enrag
ed at bei pale-faced sister, and sotight
veiigeiioe in the state court, but when
she learned from the district attorney
that if the matter was brought into the
circuit court theie would be a general
cleaning up of the red light district she
concluded to seek redress through the
police court, and when ehe entered her
complaint, charging white with the des
truction of a valuable hat, Recorder
Snider demanded a bond for the costs in
a suit, and the case was postponed.
About the best thing the city author
ities can do is to make a cleaning up of
that district. There are about eight or
nine hill residents, and they may be ex
pected to create more less disorder until
they are ousted out of their den.
Law forbidding them appearing on the
street except bet woen the hours of 2 and
4 p m, was read to them Monday, and
they were requested in plain language
to comply with that ordinance.
Proceedings of tho adjourned term.
Court metpursuntto adjournment.
All ofliccrs present except W. A. Cur
rier Commissioner, absent, when the
following business was transacted,
WiiKifKAs, It apis-'ars from a peti
tion duly presented to this Court and
numerously signed by tho leading
taxpoyers and citizens of Lake coun
ty, Oregon, that on or about April
2!th 1001, near Uonjamln Lake In said
Luko county, Oregon, which place Is
far remote from any settlement,
about 2M0 bead of sheep were wan
tonly and unlawfully killed by some
party or parties unknown to said pe
titioners and that said petitioners
urge that tho County Court of said
Lake County offer and pay a eult
ublo reward for tho arrest and con
viction of said party or parties and,
Wiikiik.vs it appears from such evi
dence us has Imjcu obtained by the
ofllcers of said Couuty that tho par-
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William Jennings Bryan's flam
boyant s peaches and megaphone
i orntorv Wnn iir,llvnt lnr tr flu.
siNK-tatorM nnd wild applause greet
ed the speaker nt every pause, but
Mr. I'.ryan failed to stir a ripple
among the delegates to the conven
tion. The whole thing WH conduct
ed In th mldHt of mii' Ii an uproar
that Chairman Williams was scarce
ly able to make himself beard. He
ordered that reports of committees
ls read and related till they could
ls underntood by pcacemeal.
The Philippine delegation was re
fused representation In the conven
tion. Judge Alton B. Parker of Kew York
was nominated for the presidency at the
St. Louis convention on the first ballot,
after four days of speachmaking anc ha
rangue, and immediately following one
of the greatest and strongest s peaches
Bryan ever made, in opposition to the
New Yorker. Bryan strove long and
hard to defeat Parker, but with all hit
brilliant oratory failed to even awing a
vote or change the natural current of
events. Bryan bore down heavy upon
the fact that he has been defeated with
the largest following that evar voted for
a democratic president, and asked how
any of the bolters of 1896 could hope to
defeat the republicans. His question
was not answered and never will be.
II. G. Davis wai named for .Vice-
President on the Iai-t dar of the con
vention. The convection lasted six days and it
is verv plain that most of this time was
taken up by the large crowd in cheering
the speakers, principally Bityan.
. The democratic platform is practically
&n indorsement of the result of the re
publican administration's policies, al
though its builders scorned to honor the
administration for putting in force each
laws as have accomplished the degree of
prosperity American people now enjoy.
Petering to the isthmian canal it says:
"We favor the early completion of the
isthmian canal. But while meeting this
declaration and accepting from necessity
the result of the negotiations conducted
by president Roosevelt, we cannot too
forcibly express our detestation of the
methods by which, in flagrant disregard
of law and treaty obligations, the canal
route has been acquired, or too solemn
ly record our hope that this precedent of
diplomacy may never be used against us
to our humiliation and injury."
The financial plank is brief, being in
full as follows :
The democratic party congratulates
the country upon the vindication of the
democratic contention for an increased
volume of real or nietalic ni ney in a
manner acceptable by the democrats, by
the addition to the world's stock of mon
ey metals of 12,000,000 in gold within 8 c
years, from which th United States has
been able to obtain $700,000,000, there
by doubling its stock of standard mon
ey, raising its per capita from 23 to $30
and contributing to the advent of in
dustry, which could not otherwise have
been attained. The fact that this result
had been reached by no action of govern
ment, but by tliB action of God, through
His main instrumentality of discovery,
invention ano industry, does not lessen
Was doing tor 60 Days.
Will King, who was arrested at
Bouaum July 5th, forgiving whiskey
to IndinuB, was senteced to tho
couuty Jail or CO days. Sheriff Goss
and Deputy Bert Pagan conducted
ului to Klamath Falls. While en
route E. E. Chase, tho painter asked
King where ho was going, to which
ho replied "to Klamath Falls.".
When asked what for, the prisoner
said "for CO days."