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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1906)
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
An absolutely pure, cream of tartar powder.
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I Hitch lunrh at tin? Ilrcucry Ha
H. 11, Klimn was rniovl from t lie
JiiiN-1 to K. A. l'tuton's )i(itn, nml
U lil to bo in n critical cniiilltloii.
Joluin ItiM'h, th in in-It convicted
tiiur'lcrcr of Chicago was hung on tlio
"ltd. I'.viTy mim11)1 menus was re
sorted to In order to Hiive hU iiwk,
tint a t into cuine when JiiHtlce must be
dona r thrown to tho winds.
Mr. and Mrs. IX II. Hurttig brought
their little chlll to town Monday for
idimUchI treatment. Drs. Smith A
Patterson Hrforml n very serious
operation on tho chllil, removing
ounce of wut it from th top of the
lira I ii.
An Haho Stock AMHoclutloit off en
reward for tli arreht and convic
tion of Alio Thnrp, who 1m charged
with grund larceny. Ab Thurp win
In Ijitkeview u few yearn ago, In fact
hit i4 pretty well known In Eastern
Thirteen of thu young friends of Hel
ton (iuiitlier helped him celebrate hi
thirteenth lilrlhiluy, Monday evening,
thu l'.'th of r'eb. Thorn una an apple
eating content won by Ia lleryford,
after which refreshments were served.
All present enjoyed tho eveniug.
C. A. Kclimt, who Ih in Kau Fran
cisco for modirul trcutmeut, In said
to Im hiiircriiig from append IritU.
A telegram received hero Tuesday
evening Muled that Mr. lU-lnut hail
la-en operated on and wan getting
Tim West Side Wuter Users' Ahho
clntion held u meeting at thu Union
School hoiiiMt hn-t wrrk. Thn inomliors
arc lined up w ith the Ijiko County De
velopment league for tho develop
inent of the Went Bide, and will work
hand in hand with tho League to that
Wu recehed a letter from L. (J.
Bench llrnt of tho week. Ho hna mov
ed from Uklah, w hero ho haH liecu
working on a newspaper, to Martinez,
and in working on tho Contra Costa
Gazette. Mr. Bench Mild he had re
ceived it letter from a Win. Warner
who wild ho wan once publisher of the
Lakeview Herald, linking to Ih) direct
ed to a joti.
Kph Miller, tho new postmaster, has
bought tho stock of confectionery and
stationery, etc., from Dick Wilcox,
and will conduct tho atoro iu tho fu
ture about tho aamo a Mr. Wilcox
hii8 conducted it. Kph. him been fix
ing up the pOHtotllco, polishing tho
atovo and intends to make things
ahlue urounil thoro. He takes charKO
of tho office today.
J. C. Oliver was over from tho Went
Side Inst Saturday consummating a
deal with I. O. Mouhier for 120 acres
of luud near Cottonwood. The ranch
wan hargaluud for last fall by A. V.
Oliver of La (Srando, a brother of J.
O. Mr. Oliver went back to La
Grande for the winter to fix up his
business there and will return to Lake
county aa soon aa the roada get good
In the apring.
We know what all good doc
tors think of Aycrr8 Cherry
Pectoral. Ask yourown doc
tor and find out. He will tell
you how It quiets the tickling
throat, heals the InHamed
lungs, and controls the
hardest of coughs.
"Atm-'i flurry r"-torl It wall known In
6ur family. Wa think 11 tha brat luailielua
lu tlia wmlil f"' mniKln ml "'' ., .
H ATI II J'kikumiM, 1-eUluma, Cl.
J. 1. AY Kit I'll.,
One ol Aer's Pills at bedtime yvH
hatton recovery. Gently laxative.
Km a pretty strong hint to aomo
young woman, when a man like John
Oflom buys a farm and Kettles down.
Gcorgo Picks, who drove stage on
thn Southern lino hint anminer, him
again accepted a poult Ion aa driver.
I In run from Lake view to Puvia
Creek. Four drivers are now lined on
tho linn from hero to Alturas, where
two (111 the place in the rummer time.
There Ih two wnya to tell fi jfood
clKiir; one la to buy It, pay your
moiifi.v and amokelt. Hut tho la-tter
way U to know t tint it la an I'.nglo
or a Mountain Komc, which la abao
luto proof of Ita Kcnuliieneaa,
Made and fur aalu by A. Stork man,
at thn clar factory, tf
A Southern Pacific piutHenger train
ran into a land alido near I-ddlng on
tho 'Jolli, reMiiltlug in tho death of tho
engineer mid throe trampa. Tho mail
clerk and fireman were aerlotiHly in
jured and two paMHengera were niia
alng, who wuro l.i lieviwl to bo under a
aecoud laud alldo which otrcurred
while tho crew wan at work with the
The trtiHtoca of tho Lakevlew Read
lug Koom and Library AHunciatiou
held a meeting Monday evening.
The reHiguatloii of MIhh Lulu (Jarrett
Librarian and aecretary waa preiient
ed and accepted. Mina Orvilla I-m-IxTger
wan duly elected Librarian and
licgau her duties Tuenday.
Tho annual meeting of tho iiMHOcia
t lou will be held at the Court JIoiihi;
Saturday evening, 8 oclock aharp,
CoiiNlderablo interest in lieing nianl-
fented and tin mo eligible by vote , are
anxloua for the aelectiou of otllcem,
who will continue to upbuild auch a
worthy organization. The preaent
olllclalrt are very etllcient and have
labored zealously. Tho retmlU are
plainly aeeu. Tho Lkoview-itatiiig
ICooiu and Publio Library is a credit
to tho town and tdiould have tho for
veut aupport of every one.
Good Opinion of Lakeview.
Johnny llewt and wife and two little
glrla arrived here from Seattle !aat
week on a nhort vlait with Mr. lieat'a
relativeH, Mra. It. A. Hawkins, Mra.
K. M. llrattaiu, Mra. O. W. Duncnn
and their mother, Mrs. lleat. Johnny
came through Suiprie vallley, whero
ho haa relativea living, and will go
from hero to Harney county, where
Uvea a brother and a alter. Mr. Heat
haa been lu the ateaia laundry bual
noaa iuS eattlo for aevoral yeara, and
having aold out theie laat month, he
ia taking a "apludgo." He noticed
gerat improvements in Lakevlew since
ho left horo ten yeara ago. From his
obaeivatioua In his travela he ia of
the ladiof that Lake view la the pri u
ciial town of EiiHtern Oregon ; that ita
natural advantages cannot be taken
away from It, and that it is certuin to
maintain ita auperlorlty.
Last Sunday evening there was a
very pleaaant card party given at the
home of Mr. and Mra. Win. Uuuther
on Slash street. After playing whist
uutil eleven oclock refreshments were
The feature of the evening was the
drawing of printed acore cards which
were drawn by the following ladies.
Mra. Magiltou acore card title, A
Little Flirt, Mrs. S. F. Ahlstroni, An
old Uoasip, Mrs. W. A. Uowan, The
Old Maid, Mrs. J. D. Venator, A
Grusa Widow, Miss Gertie Bchlagul, A
Kiasable Vouug Lady, Miss M. Bull,
An Angel from heaven, Mr. Magiltou,
The Country Parson, Mr. Ahlstrom,
A Chroulo Kicker, Mr. Uowan, An
Honest Lawyer, Mr. Venator,
Geo. Washington, Mr. J. Bull, Billy
Bumps, Mr. Gunther, An Insane He
The prize winners were aa follows:
Mrs." W. A. Gowan first prize, cup
and saucer. Miss M. Bull consolation,
hair pin tray. Mrv J. D. Venator first
geutleraan prize, collar button box.
Mr. S. F .Ahlstroni was consoled by
carrying off the Little Brown Jug.
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Sffife COLUMBIA WOOLEN MILLS CO. t PORTLAND 0RE00M
Aa a matter of falrneaa and Impar
tiality to all candidate wbimn nn
noiinceinciitainiM'iir nnder the above
heading, t lift editor wInIicm it under
Mood that auch announcement are
placed here by the candidate or their
friend and paid for, and are not to
lie conaldered an editorial comment.
To the Democratic Vetera '
1 an noun co rnynelf aa a candidal
for tho ofllce of Sheriff of Iaka coun
ty. Oregon, subject to tho action of
the iJemocratlfi party In Primary Ele
ction, to be held on April !20th, liXK!.
M 1) Hopkins
Ta tha Damocratlc Party of Laka County.
I inoMt roHpectfulIy aubmlt my
name aa a candidate for the nomina
tion of Sheriff of Jjitka county, Ore
gon, auiiject to the action of liielJem-
icratlc Party In Primary Election to
he held on April 2, 1!HJ.
F. P. Iane.
To Republicans of Lake County.
I hereby aubuilt my name aa a can
didate for the ofllce of Sheriff of Lake
County, Oregon, subject to tho action
of tho Ilepublicana of tho county, in
primary Election on April 20th, l'JOfl.
Tatha Itcpiihllcanaof taka County.
I aspire to bo the Itcpiihlicau nominee
for County Clerk of Lake county,
Oregon, at tho general election next
June, and will submit my name for
your consideration at tho Primary
Election to be held April 201 li, 1D0C.
I lode at your hands a careful consid
eration of my qualifications, and, if In
your opinion, I am capablo and wor
thy, renjioctfully ak your support.
E. N. Jaquiah.
To The Republican Voters.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the ofllce of County Clerk of
Lako county, Oregon, subject to the
decision of tho Republican Totera of
Lako county at the primary election
to lie held on April 20th, '.Ml
J. W. Tucker.
Because He Wants It.
Some candidates are born. Others
become candidates at the urgent solic
itation of their friends, but J. L.
Smith is a candidate for county clerk
of Lake county, subject to action of
tho Republican Party iu Primary Elec
tion, April 20, Because ho wants
Democrotc Voters, Notice.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho ofllce of Sheriff of Lake
county, Oregon subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic voters, at the
primary election to bo held on April
I hereby announce myse'f aa a can
didate for the nomination of County
Treasurer, for re-election, subject to
the decision of the Republican voters
at the primary election to be held
April 20th, l'.M lu Lake County, Ore
gon. F. O. Ahlstrom.
For County Commissioner.
Silver Lako, Ore., Jan. 30, 1000.
I hereby announce myself aa a can
didate for the nomination to the
ofllce of County Commissioner, of
Lake Conuty, Oregon, subject to the
decision of tho Republican voters at
tho Primary Election to bo held April
E. K. Henderson.
For State Printer.
The undersigned announces himself
aa a Republican candidate for renom
iuation for State Pr'uter, subject to
tho decision of the Republican voters
at the primary election April 20.
Now aorving first term. ' The same
courtesy that haa been accorded to
State officers generally, that of a re
nomluation, would be greatly appre
ciated. J. R. WHITNEY.
Candidate for State Treasurer.
Hon. Frank W. Benson, of Rose
burg, Oregon, has announced himself
aa candidate for the Republican nomi
nation for Secretary of State, at the
coming primary election. Mr. Benson
haa no platform other than to assure
the public that in the event of his
election to this high office, be will de
vote all hia time, energy and ability
to giving a faithful, prompt, econo
mical and satisfactory administration
of the affairs of the office. Mr. Ben
son is well known to the people of the
State of Oregon, having been a resi
dent of the State for more than 25
He ia a lawyer of acknowledged ab
ility, a man of conservative business
habits, President of the Douglas
County Bank at lioseburg, and haa
the confidence of all the men who
know him. The voters of Lake Coun
ty will make no mistake, if they cast
their ballots for him.
ask IS to (IS
amnh til ait UieT U1UHV MUtiv u or vuu MfU
u a, nth Chaviot or ua. MtrlW WoraUKln.
ou naaa nui
Beginning to-day, we will sell all Ladiesf Shirt
Waists at COST.
All Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats, Capes
and Jackets at a DISCOUNT of 25 per cent.
We are also making a great SACRIFICE in
all Ladies' and Misses' Walking Skirts.
Call and see us and be convinced that what we
SAY IS A FACT.
Some of the reasons why Charles
A. Johns should be Nominated.
He is a native born citizen of the
United States : forty-eight years old ;
in the prime of life and a type of the
younger and progressive element in
the republican party. Is a pioneer of
Oregon. Haa resided twenty-nine
years in the Willamette Valley and
eighteen years iu Baker City. Grad
uated from the Willamette University
with an A. B. degree in 1878; admit
ted to the bar In 1881. Haa always ;
taken an active interest in public
affairs. Was fleeted mayor of Baker
City iu 1801, re elected in 1892, and
again in oyemuer i u, m
majority any candidate ever receivea
for that office. In June 1905 was
elected school director for the fourth
consecutive term and received every
vote cast. Has always taken an active,
personal interest in educational
Excluding saloons, he has the sup
port and endorsement, without regard
to party, of practically every business
interest in Baker county. Is qualified
by nature, learning and experience to
fill that position. Has never been a !
factional man ; is not a factional can
didate and would not be a factional
Governor. Has always been a repub
lican and a loyal supporter of its tick
et aud principles. His nomination
would harmonize and unite the party
and insure the election of a republican
Governor. He is the choice of Eastern
Oregon, which, in the congressional
election of 1904, cast nearly seven
thousand more votes than Multnomah
county. Baker county is one of the
largest in Eastern Oregon, and in its
w hole history haa never received any
political recognition by the republican
party, either state or federal, by elec
tion or appointment.
Charles A. Johns haa been a man of
affairs in the history of the state and
of Eastern Oregon in particular; his
integrity haa never been questioned ;
has a clean record and the support and
confidence of the people. He is recog
nized aa one of the leading lawyers of
the state, and as a campaigner haa no
superiors aud but few equals in the
state of Oregon. No man ever had a
stronger home endorsement.
The State Printer's Emoluments.
It would seem that a campaign for
the nomination of Republicans, waged
among Republicans, by Republican
candidates, should at least be free to
aa full an extent as possible from
those little ways of the pettifogger, of
the demaogue, and the cheap politi
cian. One of the candidates for nom
ination for the office of state printer,
however, publishes a circular letter
which is both unjust and untrue, at
least in its inference, and which car
ries with it a reflection on the past
administration of that office which is
unworthy of any man who asks the
suffrage of the people and expects
their charitable consideration, and
should have it, when his term of office
might come to expire.
He says in this letter that the state
printing office "Is the means of ex
tracting large sums of money from the
treasury for which the people of Ore
gon get an equivalent benefit" and
further says that he pledges himself
to a great reduction in the enormous
cost of the office if elected as state
The gentleman making this campaign
has had political experience in the
past, and has served yeara at the cap
ital building in a position of more or
loss trust and honor. He knows,
therefore, that the state printer per
orma simply the work demanded of
bim by the various officials of the
state, and that he does no work that
baa not for ita warrant authority of
law. He knows also that the emolu
ments of the office came through
properly audited channels, and that
the amount that he shall receive for
bis pay is reported to the auditing
officers by an expert printer appoint
ed by the chief executive, who meas
ures every line of work done by the
state printer. The law fixes the
I amount of possible charge ; it provid
es how much the printer shall receive
i for his work. A state printer could
I ask no more than the law allows and
certainly the people do not expect
him to endeavor to collect less than
I the law allows for his services
The man who haa made himself a
candidate knows very well that he
could in no wise reduce the expenses
of that office unless he did it through
refusing to accept hia own just pay or
through dolncr chean. and. therefore.
unsatisfactory work for the state. The I
printer does not fix the
priating. He does not provide what
blanks or books shall be used by the
I various state officerand state boards.
The intimation in this man's circular
letter that he can reduce the expenses
of this office he well knows is based on
no sound foundation. The people are
too wise to be misled by any such
promise. Salem Statesman.
The Columbia Woolen Mills Compa
ny of Portland whose advertisement
appears in this paper, waa organized
in October, 1905. Grant Phegley Pres
ident and General manager of the
Company, was formerly engaged in the
merchant tailoring business in Port
land for ten years. For the year pro
ceeding the incorporation of the Col
umbia Woolen Mills Co. Mr. Phegley
was engaged with a large Eastern
Woolen Mills as traveling representa
tive. The Columbia Woolen Mills Co.
is in close contract relations with the
largest woolen mills in the world, and
is an outgrowth of Mr. Phegley 's ex
perience with the Eastern Mills. Ev
ery bit of cloth cut at the Columbia
Woolen Mills comes directly from the
loom. This insures the purchaser new
vigorous cloth, the latest style and a
saving of from 20 per cent, to 35 per
cent, in cost. The Columbia Woolen
Mills Co. is a thouroughly reliable
concern and their Gold Bond Guaran
tee insures satisfaction to all patrons
no matter where they live.
WANTED: District Managers to
post signs, advertise and distribute
samples. Salery 1S.00 weekly, t3.00
per day, for expenses. State age and
present employment. IDEAL SHEAR
CO. ,39 Randolph St., Chicago. Jan.
25 4 m.
THE 1111 k
Imrrt Immd flmrnl Pnar.
United States Land Office, Lakeview
Oregon, J an. 29 1906.
NOTICE ia hereby given that Mlcb
ael P. Barry of Adel Oregon haa fde
notice of intention to make proof oi
his deeert-land claim No. .450, for thi
E. half of Sec. 13 TP. 40 8. R- 27 E. w.
M. before Register and Receiver at
Lakevlew Oregon on Monday, the
12th day of March, 1906.
He names tee following witnesses
to prove the complete irrigation and!
reclamation of said land: John
Barry of Adel Oregon, John Fitzger
ald, Elmer McCulley and Robert Mc
Culley of Lakeview Oregon. 5
J . N. Watson Register
Setlee 'r Pabllratl.a.
Department l1 the interior, Land Of
fice at Lakeview, Oregon, Jan. 26, 1906.
NOTICE is hereby given that the foU
lowing-nained settler has filed notice ol
bis intention to make final proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before Register and Receiver at
Lakeview, Oregon, on the 12th day ol
March, 1901, viz:
Bsnjaman F. Cannon, H. E. So'. 2164,
for the NJ NEi, SEJ NEL Sec 33 and
SWJNWiSec. S4, Tp. 35 8., R. ID
E., Y. M.
He names the following witnesses)
to prove his continuous residence up
on and cultivation of said land, vlx;
James McDonald, lVm, Hartlerode
Thomas Stanley Paisley, Oregon.
S. P. Moss Lakeview, Oregon. 5
J . N. Watson, Register.
Doctors Are Pmzled.
The remarkable recovery of Kenneth
Mclver, of Vanceporo.Me., Is the sub
Ject of much Interest to the medical
fraternity and a wide circle of irleudH.
He says of his case: "Owing to a
severe Inflammation of tha Thrn..
and congestion of the Lungs, three
doctors gave me up to die, when, a
a last resort, I was induced to try
Dr. King's New Discovery and I ara
happy to aay, it saved ray life".
Cures the worst Coughs and Colds,
Bronchitis, Tonailltis, Weak Lungs-,
Hoarseness and La Grippe. Guar
anteed at Lee Beall's drng store.
50c and f 1.00. Trial bottle free.
The Republican primary election ia
April should be conducted along clean
friendly lines. The candidate who re
sorts to mud throwing will not profit
by such a course.