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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1905)
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A MATTER OF HEALTH P
Howard Mil"'" I" vl'r ,,-("" A'1''1
.; ( MHi-lMTr f lily Ih 1m Lakrview.
I r. Knqucsl Is In town from tlio
S,.v l,ce mil Embroidery t A hl-
Kn in I'lrks came down from Crook
ml Creek yesterday.
20j(l. Calico ''f l ,K) Stiinlay only,
t lakeview Mcr. Co.
Hi'iiil tl"' Indian War Story In tliin
nml next week's Examiner.
II', Y. Miller of Paisley Hold a Mpnn
nl horse t his for f200.
MrM. V.. Metr.kcr has been miff or
itur from in abcesH on her eye.
T. A. frump came over front War
ner Motiil'iy on land buslneMH.
The lakeview Mer. Co. will nell oh
SalurilH.v imlv. LI I v.Ih. Calico for $1 00.
,inllrH nml CIiIIiIiviih Oxford Ties
nml ShikIiiIh nt Lakeview Mer. Co.
Ijiilii'M Shirt Waists, Corset Covers,
iliittiiK. etc Just, "t AlilNt rom
.1. S. KHsiiy nml Mm, M. C. Currier
id riHr arrived here Tuesday to
mi Mrs. KH-.ii v.
Seed rye fur Sale. At in.v place on
tin' Wii M.le or at linllcy iV Massin
"IIIkiu'.I L. Rerun rd A; Sun in Lako-
DM Rolf'r. Nki.nov.
Till' l.iikcwew Mer. Co. have the Infe
ct nml ni'iit complete lini' of Luilics
Summer "I n I WnitH ever shown in
A lii ciiw to wi'il was issued 1 li it
tvc'k for t w o popular .runny; people
nl Aili'l, Mr. .In in. 'H Wakefield nml
Mil's .Ionic MollllioUgll.
If you Hunt to see a tint lint of Em-bruidiTi.-
In- Miir inn see the line that
is no mi il i r- lu v nt the Lakeview Mer.
Co., In-iii niii- inrh to 4S ineheH wide.
Last wi-t'k we loMt our note hook,
mill when it wax found; lifter tin'
pUHT WHS out, I III- IIOteH of Joe
Klngry being in town and tin de.
purttm- of Mrs. I,. Yninlerpool for
I'rliii'villc were not checked off.
If .von iiiti-nil to beautify your
l"ni', do It ,v planting trees.
Fruit trees nml shade tri'i'H hoth add
tn tin- hcaiity of a lii.ini'. R. 1). I
Miipli'Mili-n s in your country now j
"111 Will take y our orders for trees. I
.iihh Si-hliii l Jtst week received an
unli r from n Iruggisl for sev
eral liiinili.il ,f her copyrighted
li'Wtnl iiiiiU. They will l,c quite a
Owelty t,, ;.,,,,. ,,llt f,ii-
'tli Indians a s Lakeview peo.ple
tt'eiirt- In reeeipt of a copy of the
r,''M,rt "ftlie Third Annual Convon-
tli.ii Weath,.,- I'.uren-u Otllclals held j
""Voi'lii. s.'pt. no, lasj, and con- j
''""I-i. time nays, published hy
"'""'"lilj of I lie Secretary of Am i-
ili'l-i itin-i'il,,,, ,,f ,. rhlef '
""-WViith..,- -.,eau. j
111' 1 1 1 r -IPC w -i .
"trythin,, yoes wrong. You
"re "red an the time, casiLv
aiscouri;,'d, nervous, and
J"blc. Your cheeks are
&le ai'J uUr hlooil is ihm.
r duor bays you are
'"reatencu' with a nervous
!f,5d?M' H urJcrs this
Fnd old f ,miv. ,MC(ioit.,.
b. r"' ItHtrf 1 1
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HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
HORN.t I'lne Creek, On-tfon, April
7, l!Hi;. to the wife of liny Hammer
Hley, a hoii.
I am prepared to make lilue prints
or platH of any Township in the
Lhkevlew Land District, showin
entries; land ri'stored from the n--Hi-rve,
and laud reserved. Address,
W. P.. ,-mii;ii. Lakeview, Ore. 7-tf
Mr. ami Mrs. Harvey and little son
I oea rri veil home from Sail I' ra ncisco
Monday noon: They report having
spent the winter vi ry pleasantly,
hut were Kind to yet home. They
will jjo to the ranch at Siiininer Lake
for a short stay.
Win. 1. I; pliinson. wlm lias lieen
tendiuic camp for Win. Smock the
past year, came in town last Satur
day from Kock Creek. Will says the
Smock sheep ill lamlionthe desert
lief ore shearing:. lie returned to
Mr. .1. YV. Maxwell, secretary of
tue Development l'imue has a letter
from Mr. II. L. Holnate, assistant
iCu-iineer of the Reclamation service,
who offers tniii h encouriiuenient for
the development of Lake county.
Lack of space foihids pulilishinji the
letter In full.
The annual Summer Session of the
I'lilversity of California will liejjin
on Monday, June L'tilh. and close six
weeks later, on Friday, August 4th.
Representative teachers from other
American universities and from
Luroponn universities will, as in the
past, he on its faculty.
We have on our exchange lalile
a copy of the Seaside Signal, No 'J.
Yol. 1. The Signal is a new acquisi
tion nt Seaside, Oregon, and is edit
ed hy R. M. Watson. The new paper
gives promise of becoming an impor
tant feature in the renown of Sea
side. l-rank llarnum informs us that he
has leased his ranch to his son, Kll.
and he and his wit" " ill take a trip
to Shasta county, Calif., this sum
mer, where Mr. I'.nrnnin's aged par
ents live. The.v will also isit Mrs.
R.H.inuV ;..'.;''!:: ' I"' Wili-meMe
valley, w here Mrs. I'-ar n owns a
Hood farm. They may ivnfain a way
a v ear.
Will. MelI.er of this pl.'l-e. who
m.i n inter, st. d in chicken i ii--
ig for some lime, and who could so
o reason why the slow process of
-a day egg production could nol
he I. -ovcl upon, hasi-ii.-oidcd in
niiinga hen that lays two eggs at
a lime. However, he says lie is not
yet satisfied, as the hen only lays
i-very otner day, and now he wants
to get ..ue that will lay every day.
We hope he w ill succeed
Adro.i nnd Arve. Coleman, two
well known heep roacher- arrived
at Warner cauyou first of the week
lueonipany with four other shearers
from Crook county. The hoy come
wltu Clearing machine und will
work ut tlie new power sliearln
plant at the Loveles- place. Other
shearer- are expected to arrive boo..,
an(lut-rew ofuhout 2.". men will he
,lllt n when Hie Plant Is lu good
working order. A g 1
enu he sheared in one day-
mis is one
j Lakeview to Have Race Heet.
j Hen. D. Harrow and Joe Lane are
j circulating a subscription paper this
week for money for races. ' The Ex
aminer cannot help hut he pleased
to mention this move on the part of
these gentlemen, as we stated a
couple of weeks ago that it was
time to hegln if Lakeview was going
to have races this year we hope to
si-e the hoys succeed in securing a
large sum for purses. The Agricul
tural Association will give a like
The Result in Chicago.
Judge Dunne wn.H elected Mayor of
Chicago on April 4th hy a plurality
of 'l;ls and received a majority of
!l4."i of all the votes cost. Jle also
I had the distinction ut receiving the
greatest vote ever cast in Chicago
for a candidate for the otlice of
Mayor. He was given 101, i.7J votes
out of a total of :WJ,:!7:l. Mr. Harlan
the Republican candidate, received
Ends Its Work.
The Federal C j rand Jury completed
ils work lat Saturday. Seven more in
ilictait'iitH were returned, and others
were voted hut not returned for lack of
time. One "John Due. "
State Senator Robert A. Hootli, his
brother James 11. F.ooth, Kx-Repreben-at.ive
W.J. Jones, Fl'Hiik K. Alley, A.
R. and Ed. Downs, Strphen Turned and
('. A. W'stson were all indicted.
Weed Road Sold.
I The Weed Lumber company, wit h
the large tracts of timber land. Mills
laud railrcrad has sold the entire
holdings to R. A. Long, of Kansas
City. There is yet hopes that the
: 'ceil road w illeventiially becxtend
: ed into K la math county.
Hats! Hats! Hats!
1 have them. All the Latest
sly les. Tlie.V are up to-date in every
particular and are sure to please.
Come In and Inspect these hats. You
will he a welcome caller, even if you
don't buy. Trices are reasonable
MltS. I'lCAKI. Mixkhy.
Land Otlice at Lakeview, Ore., April
8, l'J0.. Notice in hereby given that
the following named settler liaa tiled
notice of Ida intention to make dial
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before Register
and Receiver at their office at Lakeview,
Oregon, on Mav 2"i, 15, vi: Rufus
K. Funk. Hd Entry No. 2148, for the
NK'4' NE'i, Sec. 23, Tp. 40 S., R.20E.,
It'. M. He names the following wit
nessea'to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation"! said l"d, viz:
James I. Duke, David H. Ilarlxog, It.
A. Fax ton and Jonas King, all of Lake
1.-, p) J. X. W. rsox, Regiftcr.
Are Getting Interested.
We are in receipt of another letter
from John T. Whistler, Engineer of
the I". S. (ieological Survey, station- j
ed at 1'endieton, inclosing a copy of
the Reclamation act. lu his letter
Mr. Whistler states: "I would sug
gest that you draw up as definite
statements as can le made of any
reclamation enterprise which you
tliiuk has not been looked into suf
ficiently, or possibly not at all, try
the Reclamation Service, and ad
dress a letter to the Secretary of the
Interior and to the chief Engineer of
the Reclamation Service at IV'ashing
ton, I). C.
This is more work for the League
to do, and It appears that if we are
to get the government to any
action on our irrigation schemes,
our lyague should not be idle a
moment. We must say again what
we have often said: That the gov
ernment Is not hunting aimlessly
about for irrigation projects, hut
are Investigation only those that are
most urgently pressed for their at
tention. A waiting perl icy might se
cure something for Lake after all
other projects are under way orconi-
pleted, hut are we satisfied to wait
till the very last?
In answer to a letter addresse 1 to
Dr. James IFithyeonibe, director of;
the Oregon Agricultural College by I
the editor of this paper some time i
ago in regard to t he possibility of !
getting our Irrigation projects inves- '
tigated by government ollicials, Mr,
Wiihycoiiibe says, in part: I would !
advise von to address Hon. F. II.
Xewell, chief Engineer of the Reel a-1
matioi) Service, who will doubtless j
advise you in this matter, also ad-1
vise you to secure a copy of the pro- j
ceedings of the first Congress of t he '
Engineers of the Reclamation Ser
Dr. Withycomhe has been in Lake
county and when here made a study
of our resources, uud he expresses
great hope thut we may succeed in;
interesting the government in our ir- j
rlgation project. He further suys
that the opportunities for expansion
that are lu our section are great, and i
offers himself at ouraervlpe at any
time he cau Ire of use to us.
Med in San Francisco.
Only a few weeks ago The Exaini-j
ner, in a series of articles on "Old
Times and Old Timers," had occas
ion to mention the first child born in
Lakeview, This child was Fannie
Dunlap. .laughter of Mrs. Hawley
ToE?5f WITH THE CHARACTER
MAKERS M'X fM
con P ANY.
Hull by her first husband, and only
child from the union. Miss Dunlap.
was given a lot on Water Street
north of the J. XV. Howard Store, as
The first child born In Lakeview
now lies In the cold clay in a ceme
tery at San Francisco. Mrs. Win.
Gunther received the sad news of the
death of Fanny Dunlap Lucey
which oecured at San Francisco on
March 31st, after a severe illness oS
two weeks, at the age of :10 years.
Fanny Dunlap grew to girlhood la
Lakeview and was loved hy all who
knew her. She went to Portland,
and then to San Francisco, where
A clipping from the S. F. Call is an
Mrs. Francis Lucey, a married
woman, ;tn years old, died at the
Pacific Hospital last Friday night
from septicemia, following a crimi
nal operation. Sirs. Lucey made a
statement in the presence of witnes
ses that the operation had been
performed by Dr. Jowly n, or Dr.
White. On March 17th she went to.
Dr. Edward L. Grossman for relief
and he performed a necessary opera
tion. She was taken to the Pacific;
Hospital at noon last Friday. Her
husband is Wilbur J. Lucey, a bar
ber. Detective Cody placed Dr. Otto J.
Joslyn under arrest for murder.
The circuuistanc'cHsurroumling the
death of Mrs. Duuiap Lucey Is sad,
indeed, and her many friends in.
Lakeview are in deep sorroiv, nml
extend deepest, sympathy to the hus
band and mother,
Fine Creek Wins (lame.
A second hall game between the
"kid" teams t.f Lakeview and PiiiA
Creek was played Sunday, this Ua&
on the Lakeview diamond. The
game resulted in a worst! defeat for
the Lakeview boys t tut a did the one
played at Pine Creek the Simd.iy be
fore, the score being 20 tfN in favor
of Pine Creek. The day was a very
disagreeable one hoth for the players?
and the spectators. A cold wind
blew fronj the north and by the time
the tfame was ended most everyone;
had "froxe out" uni? gone houx'
The Iuikevlow boys Itecaine dis
couraged in the middle of the game
aud lost all interest. The Pino Creek,
team had considerable advantage
in the way of avolrdiqroU and age
and getting a goisl send off at the
start, held lh Lakeview boy down
all tie- ay through the game.