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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
LAKKV1KW, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SKIT. U, H)0.".
WILL PASS ON
LATEST DISPATCHES FROH
A ttiHc-liil meeting f the state land
LIir, wiin held Mnil:i..v for t lit pur-
m.1 ilftfrniining Hit' udvls.
l,ilHv uf iip."vlng mid forwarding
Kuslilimti.n Hi" application of
(H,!niii"i Irrigation & I'onvr
,, f, ,r 7".11'1'' hcivh if arid land in
l, llfMfhUH' IIMIFMII m-i I in-
...i :'.i I ! I I I II IT I !1 II 1 llllHU-
nr". i'1 1
mis ivhv in vul veil, which wcreion
,1,..,.,! ,,f it;il impiillnnee to llic
U.'lil',rS 111"1!! I tll.l'l III . 1 1 . s . Mill,
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lll V.'.'IS nil' riiiin h iii iiiih i
lilulili- fur I Im' irrigation (if the
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-:.: ti v u niil'l be a! i" 1 o put water
I, ili-1 .-1 1 1 1 . II w is I bought t hat it
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ilIif li' If' ' -a I hi ni'ini iu sime
;:i'init'r In I lie laml it) make an in-
ALL OVER THE .WORLD.
Ihspatehes fiom Rome state' that it is now ki
The Lnkevlew school will open the
I ITith of tit Ih iixm tli with five teachers.
I 1 li lflUU II 1 niilltfl-l-l ltl f Kit t I II 1 lilllMIII
mown that thousands perished in the ; ,.. Tll,.H(.h(,i . Lnkoview this
threat earthquake in the South. The number has already reached ' ."000 and dis- '" r"i"tf bo "no f Hie " t-
i,.i(,.l,c i'..,., ii, , , , , . . , 1 out attractions tothotown. Agront
li.itc.its liom the soutii oVC mereasiny; lists ol dead and injured. , ., ., ,
' many of the advanced pupils uf
,i . tit her tl ist rit-ts have arranged to at-
a l-KAxasco, Sept. '.. In a h-ht that will Ion-stand in a class of its own in ted hero for the beneiit the school
the history oi'rin- contests, liaUliii-, Xelson, the sturdy little Dane from Illinois, knock- w,n off,'r in llu mn vl-,,""! K"aJf.
1 T ..... , " (irades up to the twelfth will bo
el out James hdwnrd I.ntt, ol San hraneiseo, at Colma, Cal.,this afternoon. The end lHul,t, ,.,..., h, never before at-,
came in the lMh round, and was a clean-cut, fairly-won victory. This is a simple t,,niitfd in this school, and wry few
" " others of Its class, as tlft1' public
statement ol the results of the battle for the World's Li-htwei-ht Championship. The Hl.oois are .., re.p.ired to take up
story of the battle itself is a thrillin
r )ic, Trades up to t lie eight h. All unities
; j above the rig-lit h are High School
The Northern I'aeilic Co. has a crew of surveyors on the north bank of the Cojuin- Km,1,'K' m"1 if r,,ke!1 "' ,,y n pu,,lie
school (liHlrict. is Kiinnlv an nmjontl-
-.i i . t 1 . . I j . . . 11 ii 1 1 T 1 li 11 TM"1 1 i l ' . .-rvt I
ngaitfii oi inese points tieiorc a oia, oetweeil 1 OlliaiH I ant 1 lllCl'alleS. 1 Ills leads lllcany to OellCVC tliat lllll IS prepar-.nge tt their duties as required by
.vision would lie reached by the1. ,.t i r u i , i law and the nubile scliool district
inL-to enter t lit' vitv hf.ni t of 1 1.nrrim.nnV terntnrv in Oi-ctron law.aim int- puimc scuooi tiiHiritc
uiartl. ' . t which has the nroirressive unirlt, to
" . , Tl , c t 1 ti i . , t, , T, , ,, , ., r -. climb to the top in matters of educa-
Und Tnai Resumed. i 1 lie exiilosion ol the Kand I 'owder nulls at Fairchanee, Pa., caused the death of 19 ; . , . ... . , . .
1 i t;on are tleserviuir of the highest
IMnn- .Judge Uiliiain Hunt, of c , . i . . . , , . , , ,. , , ... ... ... . ...
oi me .; emjiioyees ai ine concern, ano tne total destruction or tne nuns, niso, great : praise ana must oe mei on a loonug
compatible with their energy by
other educational centers of the
uicrt'MMiiau UMauisou ami ins .
ili-fi'iMluuts, Van (iesner anil Mar- '
hi I!. UriggH liegiiu Tuesday morn
jury. I he prosecution promises
Im-ts li ich have been uncarth-
! tliut vviii kI rengt hen their case;
W'f-ili nil grand jury is continuing
:i tiif l.'iiiil fr.ni !s.
Tii-1 1 : I j v ihg t ri.i I jurors were uc-
iif.! I if - :
hl'inttiim. in tlie federal district
mrt nt Portland the third trial of (lainaLrc to ncarbv towns
The treaty of peace has been signed, but war operations in the Far East have not i Ve understand that Thomas Creek
occupied b, securing t'eascd. Both armies stand ready for a fight, and daily skirmishes occur along the front, j trict has given up the idea of hav
' ; tii.r n tjinii i if uphool thla wlntpi' nm'
ing; a term tf school this winter, and
the pupils will attend the Lakeview
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hi .M i ri g ii.e i i imp
cadif r i Me.
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the stand Saturdav. Two witnesses gave testimoney that day
II. Iiiililfl !
-i'g. Purl la ud . plumber.
Panama Canal laborers are suffering for food. -Men working for $1 a day can't af-!
ford one meal a day, and live lor three days at a time on the sap of shrubbey.
i Stock Items.
The Williamson third trial is in progress. The evidence against the three defendants ; The following; sales of live stock
. , cir 'i i- ,,.. , i ' took place within last week.
is more daniaiMng than m eu'irr ol the lormer trials. Starr, llltamson s nephew, was !
i l ' I W.i.1 .I Tiimiiiiii Kinii nl.Aiil-
L'HOO head of mutton sheep of Sol.
Win. I'.rown now has quite a force . Mr. Chauipughu lias purchased
nf 1 1 i c 1 1 ;:t work gathering horses several different lots,
wlii, -!i i..- m. Id some time ago. Dan Malloy took out 2'W hea l of
Sevi ral liiu.tired faiuilii's are ex- niuttou for C. Svauo!i of Montague
pecti il to I),- located on Silver Cree j;lst week.
loam i'hinafew months. The lo-'
t -uloi-t are busy swinging out corn-.
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mi; in" .a
bUI'il'd ill 1 if 1
u '.'i i ear- "
,- a I nr. lay.
ti.ii. P. i
f 1 1 el I
a a i was
Hi' a. iy ..a
I lere.-i ell
a ! I. i le'-
developmelit" of her voice f c
g ii 1 ;,o. nl. ii! be .'". d I i
her l it : i ' 1 ad va lu'emen I .
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Tlie.,l.;,l. t Kii'sch. Mt. Angel, farm-
in-ill E I . 1 1 -. t 1 1 . Albany, f. inner.
i'"in X.in. Port land, man ii fact urer.
J !. II. n. I, ree. I. a Payette, fanner,
'liiirlo . gee, Sheridan, farmer.
' l'l'siiall, Siileni, fruitgrower.
Rubber Good on the Market.
A "!iui is iii town selling utock In
''Mfxlfo I: ubber Co., which prom- j
I dh Ideutls In three years,!
'u' Pdler bought 10,(11(0 worth,
f 'Ulclmrt ? 1,0(1(1. and It Is saPJtbat
r ,"l.v,S. J. studley and one or !
lV" t'lliers in vestetl. j
Mi'ii Him have earned money have !
rit'it In ss'iid It as they please, '
"null sf hemes as these need the'
''"i! inspection by the man who j
"nil liavc to work by the day for
"'"st si ail.
A Pubiic Nuiiaricc.
( id Indian .bdiu is g.-i i iag to be
t he worst old nuii-aiice in (uvii. He
has got to-where he .'ilinost lives on
whii-ke.v. ami strikes every one he
thinks lias any synipalliy for a hun-
grv Indian for
something- b. eat: P"rt.v hungry."
lint instead of buying a meal he goes
to his hold-out and pays il for whis-
ii, i nil v the n.irty who hells
To Vk!i, Lund of Fniiis,
Tif I il'e ci irrespondi-;; : to
i'.urii.- News k.-ivs:
Mr. and Mrs. Link Vaiulerpool,
Mrs. Linnie 1 binbree a ud Miss.Mable
Hest will start for Silver Lake in a
few days to gather wild plums
Lewis (iiiliei- was here several
days and purclms'd iViiM) mutton
ers and etc. t )ne of tliein at "1'over-1 ... v u i,,...,
i Ml. t I. V.l n
' 11,a" thtfothfr one utCecils'. s T t,olvlll 1U((1 sh(1I.l!)ck,
IL, Rob't ami Tine Cattle will soon begin to .move for
a ipiarier to buy T(l writer is a sort of a .'Jack Horn- seiilenced to two and a hnlf years In j
er." but he mav be showed a tiling ; the iienitenuary. l ney were receiv-,
,,r two. . ! ed at tlie pen. last Friday, the 8th.
whiskey can't be apprehended.
Old John tloesn't seem lo be a dan- j
gerous Indian when he is drunk, but j
he Is annoying, and the law is Mug j
tru leil l' tl" l,-v ,,l,u'olu'' j
whose example is a bad one to set:
for "Young America." j
Old John even goes so far an to
prowl about people's houses way!
in the night when he Is drunk with j
the expectation of seeing some oiiej
from whom he might P't " little
.... ...I.l.l. I,. I.IIV "stinic-
moncy wim " ,
or to buy
1 1 I 4 t
llii,l,.fKi,,.i .1.,., .1...., 1 1 t .lit Tiling to ....
' 'Irr I,- would take his note for "' "nothe; li.
"r nun It at the end of the year
Hit in, sutislied ho would give
111 '""k (he ylu.liliu. lie got
'u' "d sold i( the next day
Sings In Ockland.
m;.. M.ie Miller, who hm Ix-eu in
t inLland for some time, Im
Frank Benville Dead.
" cdiiesday a man by
unite a reputalloii as a singer
vocu I teacher. We noticed the fol
lowing Item In the Oakland Herald,
which shows that MIs-h MMliT U
uw l n.uk Ji'envllle. who had I ..HalKied to succeed noted musicians:
v" ''-iling- sheep for S. 1'. Moss, j "Ml- '" Cope, who has bet,.
aucliun'udditlon to musical cnweB
for many year, U about to leave us
again for further vocal study In New
MUs Miller lnw taken charge of Mls
Lake county people who uave
""'"'light tu Lakeview HUfferint'
'"" coinplicutlt.il of diseases.
Ie l'"U hcen nick for over a week,
1,11 wiw in u BerloiiB condition. I"
'i Honoiinceil jat hope of reeov
fJr wIjpd Been by , doctor upou hit
rVttl. All t. . ,,,,,,1,. l,a iti.nii for
yflbftip coultl no more than tui-
rJjr'rWier Wm, ,e died
known Mae Miller uiot of her life
ml were lwy Unpro-ed.wllu the
Three men, I
which grow abiindiintly t here. Tliey j Ldmiindsoii were convicted in Wheel-1 tliS .Merrill country where there Is an
will also bring back other fruits. er county for shooting sheep and ...... be..f
outlook is some better ami Califor
nia buyers are now purchasing the
available beef anil feeders in Klam
ath ami have about bought them
Luke county has a lino lot of cat
tle this year, and probably lota of
them will be fed in tlie great Klam
ath Basin. Where the facilities of
getting them to market during; the
winter anil spring months 'when
there Is generally a good market id
excellent wdll lie taken advantage of
by our stock growers.
Mr. C. K. West, tlie Tacoma mutton
buyer returned from Klamath cqun- .
ty last Sunday, where lie bought' up
several thousand head of niuttou.
Mr. West Informed the Klamath Re
publican, so that paper states, that
ho had bought 10,000 head tif mutton
in Lake and Klamath counties to
gether. The last bunch he bought in
Klamath was from 1. 1. Applegnte,
paying $:l per head for them,
Mr. West lias not bought any cat
tle here yet but expects totloHo.says
the Republican, ami on being asked
hqw he found stock conditions here,
Mr. Went said, "I believe you have
better cattle here than wo have in
tlie north. I And tho stock all In
good condition ami there appearn to
be plenty of cattle, especially In tho
southern part tif the county and
across tho lino la California. There
are not many sheep here, we buy
most of our in Late county.
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. l.ovuiii 0 Cullier'f Wkly.
I GUESS THE VEBY BEST CASB 1 CAN MAKE FOH MYSELF
THE ABSOLUTK NAKED TUUTH."