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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
Mr. Bowser as
' A Politician
He Would Try to Run For
Alderman Despite Mrs. B.'
COMMITTEE VISITS HIM
He Trots Out Wine and Ggars, but
Weakens When $500 Is De
manded For Campaign.
ICopyrlaht,l.by McClure, Phillips A Go.)
WHEN Mr. Bowser reached
home the otUer evemug a
strange uiau who bad been
loafing up and ilowu the
Mock for the last half hour was at
Uie gate to meet him, and they had a
talk of fifteen minutes before be en
tered the house.
'I nui glad you've come," said Mrs.
Bowser us she appeared to welcome
him. "Thut man has been loaiiug
arouud here uutil I was uiindcd to
telephone for the police, I'll wager
anything that he's a rascal. What ou
earth were you talking with him
"You are entirely mistaken in the
man." replied Mr. ISjwser. "I've kmtvu
him for several month-, and I know
he's all right."
'"Oh, then he was bunging around
here to see you. was ho? How much
did ho strike you for?"
"In the first place, he is not that
sort, and in the next I object to yjur
using slang. The man's name, if you
mtiFt kuow, is Thompson, and he has
a good deal to do with the politics of
, "He's what you call a ward heeler,
"Madam, we will close t his couversa-1
tion right here and uuv;." stiuiy re
plied Mr. Bowser as he led the way to
"There were three other fellows of i
the same kidney hanging around some ,
time ago. Are the four a committee to
call on you?" I
Mr. Bowser began nsing bis knife ,
and fork and refused to say another ;
"I CAN SAT WITHOUT EGOTISM THAT I AM
WELL AND FAVORABLY KNOWN."
word till the meal was finished. Then
be promenaded up and down the sit
ting room three or four minutes and
baited before her to say:
"The citizens of this precinct are not
satisfied with the alderman. Nine out
of ten taxpayers believe him crook
ed. They want an honest man as a
candidate at the next election."
"Thut means they want you," replied
"As a matter of fact and speaking
without conceit, it does. I can say
without egotism that I am well and
' "And you are going to be goose
enough to go into politics again. I
thought you had a dose of it two or
three years ago."
"You are speaking to me, are you?"
he asked after a long glare at her.
"Certainly I am. A committee came
here and made a fool of you, and you
know It. You can no more be elected
alderman than you can fly. All these
deadbeats want out of you is money.
They know you are a soft mark."
"I can't be elected! Me a soft mark!"
shouted Mr. Bowser at the top of his
voice. "Woman, you are going too far!
Be carefnl how you crowd me to the
! "No one la crowding you, but you
know you bare no business In politics.
iWbat do you want to be an alderman
"Stop right there. We don't discuss
this matter another minute. Don't
peak another word. After I have con
cluded my business with the committee
this evening you and I can have ten
minutes' conversation in regard to the
divorce and the amount of alimony.
jTen minutes will be enough. No law
(made by man can expect a husband to
stand such talk from a wife. Madam,
will you oblige mo by going to your
xoom and remaining there for the next
(hour? When the moment arrives I will
'And you'll let these ward heelers
(work you for fifteen or twenty dol
lars." 1 Mr. Bowser stood In bis tracks and
(literally gasped for breath, and he was
pinching himself to see If ho were
alive when she passed him and went
jupstalrs. Next moment the doorbell
rang, and Mr. Bowser opened the door
to admit four men. Each and every
!one of them would have been arrested
jon sight if seen in the alley by a police
man, but ho was not critical. When
. mm jm
I tbey had got seated In the library th
man thf.t had talked with Mr. Bowser
I at the gate took command of things b,
spying In a hoarse whimper:
! "Mr. Bowser, It Is usual on such oc
casions as this for the perspective can
j didato to tender wine and cigars."
He meant prospective, but hi slip
: was good naturedly passed by, and the
I wine and cigars were forthcoming,
j "This Is the sort of man I like to
ti;eet." observed another member of
I the committee as he smacked his Hps.
! "Mr. Bowser Is no man to bring y.ni n
; drink of water and n bite of plug to
bacco. Say. fellers, we'll give him :ux
"Va! Ya! Hear! Hear!" shouted the
"Now for business," continued the
chairman. "Mr. Bowser, we want an
I honest man for aldermau lu this cud
of the ward."
Mr. Bowser bowed.
"Yoti are an honest man."
Mr. Bowser bowed again.
"You are sure to get there by at
least 3t majority. After oue term ns
alderman you will be asked to become
a candidate for mayor. After that you
can iK'come governor or go to eon
, Mr. Bowser bowed for the third time,
and following his bow one of the com
"Say. old tuau, we have finished the
! wine, as you see. Hnmt another bottle
Mr. Bowser hung in the wind fur a
mii.iu'iit, but finaiiy torched auothoi
hoi lie. W in n the men had had a dr.nk
;s!l .-ir-nuid the ci;;tinnuu wiped tlT his
i ::ud sain :
"'us it will be a waiUovor for s,
ha; at the same time there will be
sj...o ucct ssary txponses to be mot."
" i' tute, aii.l lie's the thicken to
i. . . : them," added one of the others.
..!. u. !i: i.it.in a bunt Bowser, you
"For he's n J !! pond fel-low,
l or hs .i jo ly giKKl fel-low,
r'or it inl.y t,ooJ fel-low.
And nouoU)' uij tleny."
"Yes, necessary expenses, Mr. Bow-
," sottiy continued tue chairman,
of course you are prepared to
. i. t tuOUl."
i uon't believe in buying my elec
i.a." "Oh, no, no, no! There will be the
pr.iiting of the tickets, your share to
ward the fireworks and a few other
th...gs. You can place $oUO in my
ha..s. and I will see to these trifles i
..r. Bowser sat in his chair like a i
-.i -:ie mau. ,
. .i thunder. Bill, but the old cock '
r, . to boit!" exclaimed one of the i
t o. ....itee as he brought his fist down j
oa the table.
"1 tjid you what a stingy old bloke
he was ya, ou such a man!"
i don't say that the $5ti0 will carry
you through, but it will make a gjod
beginning," said the seductive chair
man. ".My friends here"
ir. Bowser rose up.
'Y hat's the bloke a goin' to do. Bill?"
"'el the man who had sunken tiefnre.
luuno, but he looks like a fluuker."
"So he tin. blast his old bald head!"
Mr. Bowser slowly raised his right I
arm and pointed to the half open door, j
"What is it':"' asked three men lu ;
"What! The old cock turns us out?"
"Mr. Bowser," began the chairman,
"this end of the ward needs and Is
determined to have an honest man, and
we are her this evening to"
"We are here this evening to"
The committee got. They went slow-
i.v uuu gruugmgiy, auu mey caiieu uim
names and made threats, but they went
out. Mr. Bowser maintained his dig
nity and kept his temper uutil he had
shut the door on them, and then he
turned and tore a picture orf the wall
and slammed it on the lloor and Jump
ed up and down, pulling like a locomo
tive ou an up grade.
"Well?" asked Mrs. Bowser, who was
seated on the stairs and had heard
But he had no reply. He had gone
Into politics and gone out again.
"I hope to see the airship in practical
use," said the optimist.
"I don't," answered the pessimist.
"It's hard enough to persuade a motor
man to let you on and off a car as It
is. I don't know what would happen
If be bad a chance to drop you out of
the clouds." Washington Star.
On a Ten Hoar Schedule.
Stranger (to the beggar's son) How
long baa your father been blind?
Boy Every day from 8 In the morn
Ins to 6 at night! Meggendorfer Blat
ter. First of nta Kind.
Tell me, darling," said the earnest
lover, "am I the first fiance you ever
"Well," replied the giddy girl, "you're
the er first red beaded fiance."
Oatbollfi Standard and Time.
c ict v i.al
. r fx
A MONO v "eMgcrs on n i
ern n-n.n rccciiNy was a wn
very I ill. il o ci'ul o.-M'd. ac
piiu.etl by a lu.g.it liMlwtig uursegiii
and a self wi led. tyrannical loy of
about three years.
The boy aroused the indignation of
the passengers by his continued shrieks
ml kicks and sei-eains and his vicious-
1 ness toward his patient nurse. He tore
her bonnet, scratched her hands ami
finally spat iu her face without a word
of remonstrance from the mother,
i Whenever the nurse manifested any
j firmness the mother chided her sharp
ly. Finally the mother composed her
self for a nap. and about the time the
boy had slapped the nurse for the fifth
time a bug came sailing In ami tlew ou
the window of the nurse's seat. The
boy at once trio1 to catch It.
The nurse caog.it his hand ami said
i coaxing y:
"Harry mustn't touch. Bug will bite
Harry screamed savagely niitl began
to kick and pound the nurse.
The mother, without opening her eyes
or lifting her head, cried out sharply:
"Why do you tease that child so.
Mary? I.et hitn have what he wants at
"But. ma'am, it s ::'
"I.et him have it. I say."
Thus encourag"d. Harry elutche. lit
the bug and e.tm.'lit it. The screams of
pain ih it followed brought tears of Joy
to the passengers' eyes.
The mmher awoke again.
"Mary." she cried, "let him have It."
Mary tinned In her seat and said
"He's got it. ma'am!"
"What Is It'" languidly asked the
mother as the screams increased.
"A wasp, ma'am." said the nurse.
A prominent pulitician has a wife j
who Is a model of domestic careful- j
ness. She has a talent for making !
bread and takes great pride In having j
her loaves turn out well. I
One evening stie had set the batch of j
dough to rise In the kitchen and was ,
reading In the parlor when her six- j
year-old boy came running to her, cry-1
lug, "Mamma, mamma, there's a mouse
Jumped into your bread pan!"
The good woman sprang from her j
"Did you take him out?" she asked
"No'm, but I done Just ns good. I
threw the cat In. and she's dlgglu' after
him to beat the band!" New York
Front Ilia Point of View.
The button box was an unfailing
i source of amusement to little Jai k. but
' he had n habit of scattering its contents
all over the carpet. When told to pick
j them up, he was too tired. His mother
i sat down In a chair beside him, with a
! small switch in her hand, and repeat-
?d her Instructions. He eyed the switch
! apprehensively for a moment, then.
looking at his mother, he said with
grave reproach, "Mamma, you Jes' spoil
all my comfe't." Llppiucott's Maga
zine. Too Gaf,
"Do you mean to say that you refuse
to allow your daughter to marry my
son?" exclaimed the lady from Chica
go. "Why, wo have royal blood In our
"That's Just the reason," said Stetldy
man. "I'm afraid It might crop out."
Detroit Free Press.
"Why don't you do something philan
"I'm, afraid to," answered Senator
Sorghum, "if I show that I have any
money beyond my actual needs some
body will be asking whore I got It."
"Jake, T understand the fight you had
last week was of no moment."
"No, sab, It didn't las' more' t a mo
ment, boss, but wldln dat time I sholy
got enough to las' me!" New Orleans
Find the man who detests Christmas.
The Antlarptlo Babe.
We can sterilize his bottles, we can boil
his little mug-,
We can bake his flannel bandaaes and dis
infect the rug
That envelops him when he partakes of
But there's one Impossibility that leaves
ua In despair
And a not unjustifiable alarm, you will
To wit: We fear 'twould never do to ster
ilize the cowl
are careful of his hours,
thoughtful of his toys.
We are mindful of his sorrows and ju
dicious of his Joys,
We are prayerfully considerate of aeedful
Of our little "Mother Handbook" and the
precepts writ therein,
And we strive to render sterile all design
ed for mouth or turn.
But one frightful danger menaces wo
cannot boll his thumb.
ITelnr'i-h '.! 1 1 nil. w li
luui 'a iii'ii- oh v l'i iirr,-
rlcs of his niiisis ili.it hi
riii'ai.T'Mn ni to lie tln
o bus l.nd o
L'ho.- tie I'llft-
ptirt of the work of puitint on raild
opera, ha nil e-.plan.u : i-i for th ori
gin of the exorbitant prlees t-iu i tided
by foreli-n singers when America l
mentioned to them , noodier of years
ago he was lu Ihirnpe nuaglng artists
for his comic open coiii'mtiy ll offer
rd a certain singer $-.Hu a week to eotnr
with Mm to America. 1 ho !m:-r Inn!
been used to wellio.; nNett ! fulfil of
that sum n l t' ' i li I Hie 1 1 . i : : of e-
ceptlng w; eti t e t-it ;) ' .it by
Anton S ii'l n i -' l : ' t lis
at OIU1 lel:l:i"ded S'-'"lam ti n.i i ..V it. Ill-
promised hm f'2' When lie came to
read the contriet ln found that, after
the Atnerii.in fi'i'nn. h. lind bci'n
signed for n terfonicuio mid not
for t' at an o int .er week. I eitr'ni that
- l.t .1, i i
! id i id
i i the
try to t r, '
first boat i ei Ni
ground twi mo
ork and tv
s before tli
of the season. - New York 'I lm
In a reii ti l i
Twrfi r .
Ml I. is n itlve eoiin
! e.fl- , j "ror
A v t . ' 1. 1. .it ed
i-i i ''.
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' ' ' ' ' e'll
trv an I i : '. e.rl,
i inerly rP is in I a
I to l.'.'ir-i t! i-i
I We have li.'i1 - e""
' In ys -hm i . .,
j ccttid v :; .; 1 1. ,, : '
tion-. 'l'i i .
of t! is trai.. :: I ft. 1,1 .
a tusii.m railier i i r. '.
, If J IrN Clli e I I M d e
; mUht have liidn .! la I :.
! tlm s and even; .illy I
Witches. ,s u milller f f(
reason wis 'inile tK.Vere'r.
'I ! l i e M ! s
a fear, perhaps nut III found l '
having onee learned t write,
inlcht hasten to make -usi. cf t'.e ,
itimpllshnietit by coinnosing .e I
tors to young men with wli-mi they
lotlld not otherwise oomiini:i:e:ito. for
the strict seclusion of females t uts oiT
all Intercourse lietwoon young teip(
of opposite sexes it I iiii t as suoti us
they have ceased to be Infants."
Tilt I nroaii nri-rtl Horra.
A party of utifotnpif red Boers has
Just arrived In Batavla, traveling to a
Dutch colony under the auspiees of a
Boer relief fund committee. The gov
ernment has iisslg'ied an abandoned
estate for them to settle umii ns small
These Boors will be utlli.ed for ex
perimental purposes. There Is much
distress Hinong the lower class of Kil
ropeans and Kurasians In Java. Many
cf them se'k grants of land on easy
terms, ou which they could start cul
tivation lu n small way. As most of
them have no experience In farming,
the government hesitates to put them
on the land from fear of failure. The
Boors, ns practical colonists and farm
ers, are ex poet ed to show how to cultl
Vate the land and make money out of
Meanwhile the dominant British fac
tion lu South Africa talk of filling tU
mines with Chinese coolies.
The Source of aa Kpl.lrmlr.
The Swiss town of Hagemlorf had a
typhoid epidemic not long ago, and It
Was suspected thnt It wns started In n ,
house In the upper part of the village .
where there had been some cases prior
ta the general outbreak. To test this
thory fluorescln wns put into the '
drainage water from this house, color- '
lug it green. Nine hours later the who 1
wator supply of the town was colored
creen, thus proving the fatal connc?
Sll to I'rrvrnl (nnrrr,
7 " !?:!g study of malignant canco:
OHT'tai-.i Bust, a young mcdleal oltl. ?r
fa I:nMu. las found that the bacteria
afteuiling the disease develop only
when the natural chlorine of the body
falls below the normal. By adding to
the chlorine of the food, especially by
lrcreasiug the use of salt, he claims to
Lave cured one patient in the right
treated and to have benefited the oth
ers. 4 4. . iMRS?
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lest one, but there is danger that menaces
every child's Ufa If tho mother is defi
cient in womanly health and functional
Thousands of women have borne their
sufferings and kept their troubles to
themselves from motives of delicacy and
feeble childhood has paid for It.
Dr. Pierce, forty years ago, conultri
Nature, and found that she had provided
reuiodit in abundance for the euro of
woman's peculiar ailments and weak
nesses. IIo found that non-alcoholic,
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became so great that he determined to
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This is now known all over the civil
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hundreds of thousands of cures, In tiie
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It U tum-tilaoluAlc, rum-naraitlc. It t
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Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets only one
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and invigorate a foul, bud Stomach, tor
pid Liver, or sluggish Bowels.
Dr. Pierce's Common Kenso Medical
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TIMHI.H LAND NOTICE.
1'nilfd State Land (Uliee I-aki'view,
Oregon. Nov l.'lili 1W5. Notice Is here
by iMVt'ii thnt in ci'inplisucu with the
i.roviFii.tis of the Aft of Juno J, IS.n,
entitled An sot forthe aiilo of timber
litinls in the Ma ten t.i I'nlidirriU. Oregon
Nevadu and Waaliingtiiii Territory," as
extended to sll I lie Public Ijind Mutes
by m I ( AiikMii-t 4, IH'.C, .loh n I'.. Hiller
of Sissoii. etui nl v td Sixkiyou, state of
Calif irniii. bus this tiny filed in this of
tice bis ft urn statement No. ilPLTi, (or
the purchase of the W SW,'-4', r-K'4'
sw;:. n-c. i:., ami nkjjnw,'. sec.
in towiit-hip No. '." S., isnge No. 17 K.
w. in., and will offer proof to show that
liie lurid rough I is more valuable for its
limber or atone than fur agricultural
purposes, and to estulil irh his claim to
said luml before tteorge C'hantain, coun
ty dei k, at bis office at KlaniHtli Fulls,
Oregon, on Saturday, the 1.7th day of
January, 1'JtXI. He names as witnesses :
C. H. Mi 'Cumber of Dairy, Oregon, K.
A. MtCulley of MiCloud, Calif., and
Chas. Meniicr uml C. II. Ducrnberry of
Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any and all poisons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are request
ed to file tiieir claims in this office on or
before said l!7th day of January, l'MHi.
4H-3 J. N. Watson, Begister.
1 T Ml II Kit MM) .OTI K
United States Land Office 1-akovinw,
Oregon. Nov. 15, I'M). Notice is hereby
i given that in compliance with the pro
: visions of the Act of June ti, 787H, en
I titled "An act for the sale of timber
I landsin the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington J erritory, as
extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 7W2, Horace H.
Dunlap, of Lakeview, county of Lake,
state of Oregon, lias this day filed in
this office his sworn statement No. 2W1,
for tl.o purchase of the SWJ4 of sec. No.
17 in township No. 37 S., range No. PJ
Kast, w. in., and will offer proof to show
that the laud sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and toestablisli hisclaim
to said land before Begister and Receiv
er at Lakeview, Oregon, ou Friday, the
20th day of January, luOU. He names
as witnesses :
w. It. Bernard, w. A. Massingill, Geo.
Lynch, Wm. McCulley, all of Lakeview,
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to tile their claims in this office
on or before said 20th day of Jan. llsMl
47-4 J. N. Watson, Iteglsi-i.
Notice of Final Settlement.
IN TIIE COUNTY COURT OF TIIE
State of Oregon, for Lake County.
In the matter of the Estate of Erii
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned lias filed his Final Account in
the officii of tho County Clork of Lake
County, Oregon, in said estate, and that
December 20th, PJ05, at 10 o'clock a.m.
of said day, in the County Judge's of
fice, in the county court house in Lake
County, Oregon, has been fixed as the
time and place for the hearing of objec
tions to said account and for the settle
Doted and firtt published
November 30th, 905,
W. A, WlLHIIIBK,
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LAKE VI HW
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Office In Weber' 5tore
Hsgo leaves Lakeview daily, ei
cept t-Miiiluy st tl a. in. Arrives
at Atioraa ut (1 p. in.
leaves Alluras fur Lakeview al
tl oYliick a. in. or on the arrival
i.ftl.e slage from Madeline. Ar
rives in Ijikeview in 12 hours af
ter leaving Altiiran.
freight - Matters - (liven
Strict - Attention
first - Class - Accomodations.
Western . Stage . Line
J. L. VAIUN, Proprietor.
Office In llnkville Ifotel
Daily from Pokegema by Keno. Klam
ath rails, Dairy, llinianza, and lily to
Daily from Lakeview bv lilv. Donansa
Dairy, Klamath Kalis, Keno. to Pc
From Klamath Falls to Keno by
steamer and from Keno to Pokceema
over the Sunset Four-Horse Btaga Line.
B. L. McNacoiiton, Prop.
Office at Mercantile Store
Stage leaves Lakeview Mondays, Wed
nesdayi and Fridays at 6 a. m., arrive
at Flush at 0 p. m. Leaves Plush Tues
days, Thursday! and Saturdays, at 6
a. m., arrives at Lakeview at 0 p. m.
Passenger fare 3 one way or $5 for
round trip. Freight ratea from May
1st to Nov. 1st .75 per hundred ; fronr
Nov. 1st to May 1st 11.00 per hundre
lampc Rsrru Brnds with Bwsiiow rork la
tiaillGa UailJ right ear for sweijrrTsrss
for wotbtirs. Some ewes Square Crop and Bill
In right ear. Tar brand 111. Rants, Craas
Lake, 1'oitofllce sibirean, Lakeview, Oregon
7flr WhifUnrlh Brands with Crop oft left
tali II IlliWUllll ear, Bait Underorop oft
right for ewes ; reverse for wethors Tsr Brand
W. Range, Plah Creek. Poitoffloe address