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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
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C. O. iMHTZKEH.
3 l-i t ar olwtaeio In the y ot
i-oee'ding with the Umatilla irrirn
i project. There are about 20 dct
n v .and claim of $20 acre each In
side the limit of the proposed pro
Jvt, patent to which cannot Issue un
til the land is reclaimed. TbeentrT-nir-n
have Wen negotiating a deal vith
a private irrigation company, where
by the water company 1 to receive
imti tract for fiirnishinir
(One Year, . ..?? uim t)i tract. The i?ov-
TERMS: 4 Six Months, 1.00. " " .
(Three Months, 50 jrrnnient has an option on the privitte
' iniinia anil rrftnrnitii Ann
Seronil i Um Mutter.
NUWSIMPLHX I lH
Continued from flrt ptigo.
succeeding line while it is justified
the whole movement of theno part
occupying but a moment.
On top of the "line pusher" which
carries the line of type into the galley
ax above dencriUd, is a receptacle for
lead.t. If the mutter to l set 1 to W
leaded, the oierator move a nuiall
CAKCVIBW. OREOON. JAN. 4. l0o
Examiner is Twenty-seven Years Old
The twenty- seventh birthday of the
Lake Couuty Examiner finds it bigger
and better and stronger than any pre
vious anniversary. The founders of The
Examiner on January 1, 1S80, peering
into the future, and attempting to
prophesy the result of their efforts
at starting a newspaper in an inland
town like Lakeview was then, could
not have hoped for the success that
has attended this paper. The Examiuer
is on a footing that permits it to 1
independent in all things and not
compelled to sell its principles for ex
istance. It is backed ouly by its char
acter and its high ideals of legitimate
work of a newspaper. It is patroniz
ed for its worth and not for char
ity sake nor for selfish aims. Its pub-
liser earnestly solicits patronage, and
humbles himself to the public to the
extent of lx-cominii a solicitor for clean
newspaper business, not charity.
Its new s columns are free to all mat
ter of interest and benefit to the pub
lic, especially Lakeview and Lake
County; ifcs advertising space is for
sale at standard pricos and one price
to all honest advertisers; its editorial
columns are not for sale at any price.
The rast year of The Exaniiuer's car-
1 t 1 l
er, we are prouu 10 saj , u wcu
one of ordinary prosperity ; has been
fraught with as mny difficulties per
haps, as any other fairly prosperous
business, but all these have been over
come iu their turn, and The Examin
er has been made to advance step by
step, feeling cautiously the way and
moving circumspectly. Some things
may have been said that were un
pleasant to some person but we have
regretted them as much or more, brob-
auiy tnan any one eise u injustice was
One thing that we can say and that
is. The Examiner has been clean and
above slander and filth. We have not
ent out a paper that we felt would
moralize or taint any of the many
if the government buys the companies thumb uut to posit ion and a lead is
out the locators on the desert 1st..' 'deliver d lnhiud each line n W10 line
will le shut out from a water source. . pusher carries it into the alloy. If,
It has been suggested that these cu-
tries were not made iu good faith.
l.nt for speculative purpose, and the
matter is to be investigated.
Oregou Oriauo is the name of a
new- paper started at Vale, Malheur
county, by Messrs. Hurley A Heath.
The publication cau le easily identifi
ed as the output of able and up-to-date
newspaper men by its many
marks of the profession. "Oriano"
on the range is known as n "longear,"
or unbranded, unmarked animal, and
subject to the rope and iron of the
first to find it. If Messrs. Hurley A
Heath can produce a "longear' as
much sought after as the "longear"
calf and colt, their subscript ion list
ought to grow by leaps and bounds,
we acknowledge receipt of copy No. 1,
Thomas YV. Law son the great finan
cier, was prominent the other day in
t-ntMini? of the drv bones in the
stock markets in Wall street and re
covered from his threatened financial
ruin on Montana copper. The week
in the markets has leen one of record,
call loans, that is loaus payable upon
24 hours notice, demanding as high
as 175 per cent interest. "Uncle"
Kussill Sage came to the rescue with
ittO, 000,000 which he loaned out in
three hours at fabulous rates. His
profits from money loaned in oue day
amounted to ?20,000.
The Mammoth steel floating dry
dock, Dewey, built by the Maryland
Steel Co., for the government for use
in the Philippine Islands, started on
its 14,000 mile journey to the naval
stating at Olongapa, P. I., on the
2th. It will take three months for
the big steel concern to make the voy
age and many naval officers have ex
pressed the belief that it would le a
perilous, if not unsuccessful experi
ment, it is estimated that from four tors gave her up.
however, the mutter is to Iw wt solid,
the thumb nut is tnmd to its origin
al posit ion, and the Hue pusher will
couvey the line into the galley with
out delivering any hads. This device
ha Ihh'U fouud to be a great con
venience, as the operator is relieved
from inserting the leads by hand,
and the output of the maehiue is thus
When a galley has been tilled it
is removed from the support by mov
ing back a latch, and an empty galley
sbustitutcd the galleys Wing ready
for proving, etc., when removed from
the machine without further lock-up
or other lmudliug. ltesidetho justitl
er, and within easy reach, is a partiti
oned shelf, for containing rules, dash
es, heads etc. Every need of the op
erator has lccd carefully studied and
means provided by which he can per
form his ilut ies without inconvenience
or loss of t ime.
All parts of the machine I ave been
designed iu the most simple and sub
stantial form, particular attention
having given to making them acces
sible and interchangeable. 'Publica
tions of parts subject to wear are sent
with the machine, ami can easily Ih
substituted by the oerator when those
011 the machine is worn- The average
compositor quickly learns the require
ments of the machine and how to meet
them, and will soon attaiu average
speed in operating.
A Grim Tragedy.
is daily enacted. In thousand of
homes, ax IVuth claims, In each one.
another victim of Consumption or
Pneumonia. Uut when Coughs and
Colds are properly treated, the trag
edy I averted. F- i. Huntley, of
Oaklandon, Ind., writes: "My wife
had the consumption, and three doc-
Flnally she took
.... THIS IS .
We have the Goods to suit the Tastes of
Everybody. All our prices are Fair and when
you Buy Here Once you'll Surely Come Again.
A full line of Woolen Underwear, Sweaters, Felt Boots
and Rubbers. o
We have been furnishing Sheepmen with Winter sup
plies for these many years and have laid in our stock with
their interests in view. & & x vtf
What is Good for one is Good for all.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL'S
the standard cough and cold cure for over
vcars now comes also in a
nvnnnrAn a ynr (',m,f"ir"t 'r"y tiv.u. i,...-t
4 V .H 1 . I I I U A J I le iih.tul it. AtkynurdniKKiM.
Write 10 tr. D. Jyn ft Sun, l'hll.lrlt.
to five knots will le the maximum
lies it entefrI. We cannot Tord U'd f Wl drrdK'k f iU onrney
- in kTr " "id. ytrtfi.-'flt 1011 of
&t"r. rv-- :
g , -.v-- ming, iu ucicusc
t - 'al attacks, although it
. times to some
L-i ids such a course would have been
justifiable. Refraining from such wre
reepect ourselves more and believe w e
are more respected. Calm though and
a high regard for the refined feelings
and sentiments of our readers have
held the upper hand in these matters
at all times.
The publisher of the Lake County
Examiner w ishes the readers a HAPPY
NEW YEAR, prospreity throughout
the year 1906. We also thank them
for their liberal patronage, and ask
for another year of the same, if it is
seen that the paper is deserving of
The Baker City crank who hatched
the scheme to raise by popular sub
scription a dowery amounting to ?8U0,
000 to give Alice Roosevelt on the oc
casion of her wedding would serve
Eastern Oregon a good turn if he
would give his address as some other
place. The public is ashamed of him,
and his appointment without consul
tation of State Treasurer Moore as
custodian, was resented by that sensi
ble gentleman who said that he would
have nothing to do with so foolish a
scheme. Miss Roosevelt is to be re
garded as highly as any American girl,
but is che a hero because she won Mr.
Longworth's heart or is she to be pit
tied and paid for the sacrifice she is
making. The president very sensibly
stated that his family was a unit in
the community just the same as thous
ands of other famillies and that such
an outrage must not pe perpetrated.
The rpesident will no doubt remem
ber Baker City, in Eastern Oregon,
but with no good grace. Horrors 1 why
couldn't this calamity have been avoid
ed, or if fools must make themsolca
conspicuous why can't their schemes
for notoriety bob up in some other
locality more able to tie judged than
Eastern Oregon which has trouble's
of its own?
Oregon leads the United Btates in
record of financial stability, and her
commercial future is more brilliant
than tbut of any other stute of the
West, says the Portland Telegram,
which has gathered statistics bcuriug
cut these statements.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
It has eight IO.iXW pound anchors.
The R""i. and ' Receiver of the
Ssuanville LauTi office are in receipt
of a decision of the Hon. Commissiner
of the General Land office, of Decem
ber 15th, IDOo, calling for supplemen
tary evidence by the witnesses in final
proof on timler lands because their
evidence did not show that a personal
knowledge of the condition of the
lands immediately prior to the sub
mission of the proof thereon.
Judge Wolverton as announced that
F. J. Heney w ill be in Portland about
February first and shortly after his
arrival the Oregon land fraud trials
will open. Hermann has gone to Wash
ington to attend Congress, and it is
not known when his trial will come
The bones of G. M. Plymale of
Medford, who disappeared two years
ago, was found by prospectors a few
days ago, five miles from Plyrnale's
cabin. He was supposed to have per
ished iu a snow storm. Articles fouud
in the pockets of the clothing made
William J. Lach'uer of Baker City,
has announced his candidacy for con
gressman from the second district on
the republican ticket. Mr. Lachner
is an Eastern Oregon man by birth,
having been born at Canyon City TVi
Bob. Fitzsimmons has gone to Xew
York to begin suit against bis wife,
who recently deserted him, for 115,000
worth of jewels that belonged to his
first wife. Bob says he will contest
her application for divorce.
S. B. Huston candidate for Con
grss from the first district , has made
known the platform from which he
propposes to run. He embodies all
the important matters in which the
district is concerned.
Celebrators of the advent of the new
year in Portland were given but fif
teen minutes by the police to toot
their horns, shoot firecrackers and
A man named Jackscn is serving a
30-day sentence in the Lane Couuty
jail for jumping a 830 board bill.
The North Atlantic squadron will
be sent to Russia to protect American
life and property.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles. Druggists refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT lails to cure any
case, no matter of how long standing, in
U to 14 days. Firtt application jivea
eane and rest, 60i;. If your druggist
hat-.n't it fiend 60c in Mamps and it will
be forwarded pot-t paid by I'aris Med
icine Co., tit Louis, Mo.
Ir. King's New I'iscovcry fur Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which
cured her, and to-day she In well and
strong." It killn the germ of all dis
eases. One dose relieves, guaran
teed at .Vte and $1.00 by Ue Beall
druggist. Trial bottle free.
United States Land Office, Lakeview,
Oregon, November 14-, 1905.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been filed in this office y John II. Noble,
contestant against homestead entry No.
2294, made January 6, 1900, for Lot 1,
Sec. 34, Lots 9, 10 12 and 13 and NWVi
NE'4, Section 33, Township 40 S.,
Range l.t E., VM., by Otto Anderson,
Contestce, in which it is alleged that
said Otto Anderson wholly abandoned
said tract ofland more than lour years
prior hereto and thence hitherto has con
tinuously abandoned and remained
away thereirom, anu mat said
alleged absence from the said land
was not due to his employment in the
Arniv, Navy, or Marine Corps of the
United States as a private soldier, sea
man, or marine, during the war with
Spain, or during any other war in which
the United States may be engaged.
Said parties are hereby notified to ap
pear, respond and offer evidence touch
ing said allegation at 10 oclock a. m.
on February 5, 1906, before the Register
and Receiver at the United States Land
Office in Lakeview, Oregon. The said
contestant having, in a proper affidavit,
filed November 14, 1905, set forth facts
which show that after due diligence per
sonal service of this notice cannot be
made, it is hereby ordered and directed
that such notice be given by due and
J. N. Watson
" Severs n;:.-.-i ;
To Cure a Cold in One Day
vo Bromo Quinine Tablets. e
. . 0 j in past 12 month. This signature, S&yr
In Two Days.
on every M
box. 25c. II
lo II it stages.
Ely's Cream Balm
cleuuKii, soothes and heals
the diiteaitcd meinlirane.
It curei catarrh and drive
swar s cold lu the head
Cream llulm la jilacud Into the notrlla,iipruad
over the iiiuuibruiio und la ahaorbed. Itclicf la Im
mediate and a cure Mlows. It I not dryliiu doc-
not nroduco siici-alng. I.arjje Hize, 60 lent at Drug
glut or by mull; Trial H'uu, 10 cents.
JiLY UK(TUiKS, i Warren Btreut, New York
Sickening, Shivering Fits.
of Ague nnd Malaria, can Ik relieved
and cured with Klectrlc Bittern, thl
U 11 pure, ionic medicine; of expeclal
liencfit In malaria, for It exertn a true
curative influence on the dlMcuHC driv
ing it entirely out of the yntcm. It
iri much to be preferred to Quinine,
having none of thin drug'n bad effect.
E. .S Munday, of Henrietta, Tex.,
write: "My brother waa very low
with malarial fever ami juudice, till
he took Electric liittera, which Haved
IiIh life. At Lee Benll'H drug Htorcl
price 50c, guaranteed.
Klamath Stock News.
L .Gerber started 850 head of uheep
for the railroad Tuesday and yester
day tttarted 175 head of cattle. Thebe
are all to bo loaded 011 the cars at
Montague and shipped to the lower
Mr. Langeil left yesterday for the
railroad with 250 head of cattle to go
to the lower market.
Blooiningcamp and Redding shipied
300 head of beef cattle to the lower
marketa latter part of the week.
Chan. Ilorton started with a drove
of 350 head of beef cattle for the rail
road Monday. They will be loaded
on the car and shipped to the lower
O. T. McKendree came over from
Lorella Friday to look after the sheep
and cattle interests in this section.
Ieert Laa4 Final Proof.
United Ktute Land Office, Lake
view, Oregon, Decemder 28, 1005.
Notice in hereby glveu that Mary L.
Kllgore, of Langeil Valley, Or., has
filed notice oflutentlontomake proof
on bis desert-land claim No 419, for
the NW HWXXEX. NJMEtf, Kee. U3,
and NWSW, Sec. 34. T. 40 H..H.
145, E. W. M.
Ik-fore Register and Receiver at Lake
view, Oregon, on Saturday ,the 10th
day of February, 1900.
lie names the following witnesses
to prove the complete irrigation and
reclamation of said land: W, A. Dun
can of Langeil Valley, Oregon, 13. H.
Tull of Vlrtttlla, Oregon, A. J!, 'full
of vlKtlllas, Oregon, Henry I'ltz, of
1 J.N. Watson, Register.
Greatly In Demand.
Nothing Ih more In demand than a
medicine which iin-ctM modern re
quirement for a blood system clean
ser' Buch a Ir. King' New Life I'ill.
They are Jimt what you need to cure
stomach and liver trouble. Try
them. At I.ec I!eill'drugHtore,2..,
The New York Court of Apwal at
Albany, decide that the application
of Hearst' lawyer for ojenlng the
ballot boxc and a recount lu thr New
York city election, cannot be made
under the law. Tho opinion
was concurred In by five Judge to
two dlMsentlng. A new law I now
desired ,a the preent one I consid
ered to Ik! no Ix'tter than tho old.
No new law, however, can effect pre
vious action, tin theconstltutlon pro
hibit the pasage of any ex post fac
to law. The new law would govern
Hew are of Ointments for Cattarrli
That Contain Mercury
a mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole avstcm when entering It
through the mvcoii surface. Such
article should never 1 used except
on prescription from reputable phy-
siclati, a the damage they will do
I ten fold to the good you can possi
bly derive from them. Hall' Cat
arrah Cure, manufactured by F.J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, )., contain
no mercury, and I taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous HiirfuccH of the system. In
buying Hall' Catarrah Cure be sure
you get the genuine. It I taken In
ternally and made lu Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Hold by druggist. I 'rice 75c. ier
Take Hull's Family Fills for constipation.
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of W. 34th St,.
New York, atone time had her beau
ty spoiled with skin trouble. She
writes: "I had Salt Rheum or Eczema
tor years, but nothing would cure It,
until I used Ruckleu's Arnica Salve."
A quick and sure healer for cuts,
burn and sores. 25c at Iac IJeull's
Mrs. I). H. Street of Alturas last
Saturday received a telegram from her
brother calling her to the bedside of
her mother in Nebraska. The dis
patch stated thatthe invalldconld last
but a short time.
Mrs. Street , onher way, received a
dispatch at Ogden that she was too
late. The dispatch was sent to lieno
but the operator failodto deliver it,
though she mado iuqury at the of He.
This negleuce caused her uiauy miles
of travel besides about 1100 in unnec
essary expense. Alturas I'lulndouler.
Bean tie llW Kind You Have Always Boncfit
With tue Juno numler will begin
The Pacific Monthly's series of spec
ial edition for tho year 1005. They
will comprise a number for 1'ortlaud,
for Seattle, for Southern California,
for San Francisco and the souvenir
number of the Invl aud Clark Ex
position, also a special automobile
number. The articles of Dr. Wolf
von Schlcrhruud, lx lu number on
"The Coming Supremacy of tho Pa
cific" arc also promised, and the
plan contemplated by the publishers
will, without question, place The
Pacific Monthly far In advance, not
only of present competitors, but nlso
Into tho unreachable class of period
ical literature on the Pacific Coast.
The Pacific Monthly is sold to regu
lar subscribers at the extremely low
price of f 1 a yeur. We have mudo
an arrangement with tho publishers
by which wo are ublo to offer It In
connection with The Lake County
Examiner, (both Publications), to
new subscribers, and old one who
pay up any back subscription they
mny owe aud a year in advance, for
tho very low price of 12.50 a year, tf