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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1906)
Publtanrd Every Thursday.
0. . METZKIIR.
Kntered it tha Vot Ofllceat l.akevlew,Ore.
M Seeoiid-naaa Matter.
(One Year $2.00
J Six Months, 1 00
(Three Months, 5
LAKEVIEW. OREQON, 5FPT. J7, 1M6.
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. I
Never before were the reoplo ' j
Lakeview nnrl Lake comity more im-,
bued with the know led tie of the real J
value of pood school. The ftict has
not only teu brought home to thorn ;
by experience, but it has been a sub-
ject which our State Superintendent ,
and tho presidents of two of Oregou's j
most prominent educational Institu-j
tiona, all of whom visited Lakeview :
recently, emphasized in their speech
es ip the people of this city, itood
schools are the Wet advertisement a m
community or town can have. It in "
a natural question for intending sett-! The reducing of range privi.eges and
lers to ask; "Do they have good schools the consequent etrorts of stockmen,
there?" Of the hundreds of letters re in the nine Mountain forest reserve,
ceivedattfiis offlce for information to secure more ranpe by entering hind
about the country we cannot call to under the various forms, most all be
mind a single one from a man of fami-. in prohibited within the reserve ex
ly but that started out with the "what 'cept miuer.il locations which many are
kind of schools have you!" It is a ' resorting to, is giving the ranger, and
deciding question with any family, supervisors considerable trouble. The
we don't care where they are coming Supervisor has made public a recom
from or what the object of their com- nidation he intends to send to the
ing is. It is the first thing in the ! department, to the effect that he will
j f ,;i,i .kini? a ! cut the rang privileges oO per cent.
aua.uuEr xra. g- - .
While Lakeview has the name of
maintaining as good schools as any
place, there i no stopping place in the
progress of educational matters. Our
schools have advanced within the past
two years from the common school
to a three rears high school
Five teachers are now em-1 they will una tncir way 10 me muuu
and the twelfth grade is 'terpens. If this condition of affirs
taught yet, with this, a further ad
vancement to the regular four years'
high school course is one that every
resident of the county should look
forward to and strive to reach at no
distant future date. Other counties
in Oregon are building high schools,
and they do not regard them as an ex
pense, fcut an asset of the county.
The matter of cost to any one individ
ual is never taken into consideration.
With an assessed value of over $4,
000,000, the property of Lake county
could pay a tax sufficient to build a
first-class high school with a levy of
one mill for a very few years,
HOLY ROLLERS CO FREE.
The case of the Holy Rollers, well
known in the West as a result of the
development in the methods of that
sect, in the past few mouths, brings
to light a peculiarity in the laws in
different States. Esther Mitchell, who
killed her brother in Seattle this
summer and Mrs. Creffield, wife of
the dead Holy Roller, who is as deep
in the crime as her girl companion,
held their residence in Oregon before
the commission of the crime, and un
der the law, Oregon is responsible for
these women, if they are lunatics, and
Washington if they are criminals.
-A commission was appointed by the
Washington authorities to examine in
to the sainty of the two women. This
commission reported both . women
subjects for the lunatic asylum. The
authorities, it seems were willing to
thus dispose of their unwelcome and
exceedingly disagreeable visitors.
Oregon, no difference what her op
pinion is, must accept the verdict of
Washington. The crime was not com
mitted in Oregon and therefore Ore
gon cannot have a voice in the guilt
or inoncense of two very dangerous
people who are to be 6ent to this state.
It is tiue they are to be confined in
the asylum, but if it should
aDDear that the women are sane
the next day after their
anc at the asylum, they cannot be
held at that institution, and will be
turned loose on an innocent people i
th Anions of the women'
in the immediate past, have reasons
for being alarmed at their liberty and
grave apprehensions as to the safety
of many Oregon homes. Washington
is not wholly without grounds for
complaint, as these people came from
Oregon, where thier actions were the
cause of all the trouble ami no re
straint wan put upon them in this
stase. Oregon may yet have
an opportunity to deal legally
with them, and if such opportunity
should present itself a method should
be adoped that will put an end to the
whole thing tor all time to come.
Largest Denominational University
In the Northwest.
Christian, but not Sectarian
Two New Buildings Adequate Equipment
45 Professors and Instructors
Two new Courses added this year
0" English, Commercial, and Electrical Engineering
For Particulars, Address,
Dean T. T. Matthews, or President John IE Coleman
A MATTER OF HEALTH
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
free from alum or pho
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
next year to what they are this year.
He also says that if the examination
of applications for patents to mining
claims -continue to take up his time
he will have to detail a man for that
purpose next year. This reduction
will drive many thousands of 6heep
ami nttln off the rantre. and naturally
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keeps up for a few years the West will
not be able to fill the demand for beef
The story of the bank robbery in
Rainier on Labor Day , when cashier
YanAuker was found bound and gaged
and the First National Hank of Rain
ier relieved Of about 2000, has been
sifted down to facts implicating the
cashier and he has been arrested for
the deed. Van Auker was lured to
Portland by detectives working on the
case and uuderweut a severe "sweat
ing, "while he admitted losing heavi
ly at poker, he denied stoutly that the
money belonged to the bank, and reit
erated his first etory that two masked
men entered the bank ou Labor Day
while he was at work and took the
money, bound and gaged him and es
caped. Several hours elapsed between
the time of the alleged holdup and the
discovery of the cashier.
Reward for Horses
I will pay $5.00 Reward for the de
livery of any and all unbroken horses
found in fields or outside in Lake
County, South of the desert, or in
Modoc county, California, branded
with an old horseshoe and a fresh tri
angle brand underneath, on both jaws.
The horseshoe placed on the jaws the
same as in my advertisement in this
paper, and triangle so as to cover up
the bar, on both jaws.
To be delivered at Lakeview.
W. W. BROWN.
TlMHf'.K LAM) XOTM'K.
United States Land office, Lake,
view Oregon, August 22 , 1 9 0 6.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress ofJune3,187 8. entitled
"An act for the sale of timber landg
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington, Territory,"
as extended to all the Public land
States by act of August 4 ,1892, Susie
V. (!sv.nf KlHiriHt.h FhIIs .eountv of
Klamath , State of Oregon has this day
No 3C2 fot the j)Urchawe of the E
SW-, Sec. 22, and E'iNW'of Section
No. 27 , in Township No. 35 S., Range
No. 17 E..W.M., and will offer proof
to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said laud be
fore County Judge of Klamath Coun
ty, at his official place of business,
on Thursday the 1st day of November,
1900., He names as witnesses:
Chas. McCumber, of Dairy, Oregon.
Cbas. Messner.of Klamath Falls, Ore.
Chas. Dusenbery of Hly, Oregon, C.
E. Hadley of Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adver
sely the above -described lands are re
quested to file their claims in this of
fice on or before said 1st day of Nov
35 J.N.Watson, Register.
TIMHRK I.AXI 1SOTMN.
United States Land olTlce, Lake
view, Oregon, August 527, 11XM.
Notice is hereby given that in coin,
pliance with the provision of the act
of Congress of Juno It, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber land
In the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the 1'uhlio I.nnd
states by act of August 4, ISifJ, Willi
Weblier, of Honanzn, county of Klam
ath, State of Oregon, has this day fil
ed in this otriee his sworn statement
No. :U7I. for the purchase of the Ws
NW4. Sec. :i,SS,NKi4 , of Section No.
4. in Township No. :W S., lbingo No.
17 11 ,V. M. ,,aud will offer proof to
show that tho land sought is more
veluablo for its timber or stone thau
for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before
tieo. ChHstain, Co., Clork, at his of
tlcial place of business Bt KlauiHth
Falls Oregon, on Monday tho Itrd day
of December, liKVi.,
He names as witneses: Chns. V.
Pat tee of lily Oregon. S. C llameker
of Illy Oregou. K.W. Pollard of Hly
Oregon. W. T .Garrett of Hly Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adver
sely the above discriled lands are re
quested to tile their claims in this of
fice on or before said ilrd day of Dec
J. N. Watson lteglstcr
ECZLMA and PILECURE
fRCE Knowing what It was to mif
for, I will give FltKK OF CIIAKUK.
tn nn.v ntllicted n punitive cure for
F.cieniu. Salt Ktietitn, F.r.vnlielnn,
I'ilcH iind Skin Diseases. Instant re
lief. lont suffer longer. Write F. V.
WILLIAMS. 400 Manhattan Avenue.
New York. Knclose Stmnq.
Department of tho interior, Laud
office at Lakeview, Oregon. Sep. C l'JOO
Notice is hereby given, that Oliver
W. Howard of Lakeview Oregon, has
filed notice of his intention to make
final commutation proof in support of
his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No.
made April 'ii 1903, for the S.'a
NE4 and Eli NW4 Section 34, Town
ship 37 S, range 10 E w M, aud that
said proof will l made before Regis
ter and Receiver, at Lakeview Oregou
on the AUh day of October, 11HX5.
; He names as witnesses to prove his
continuous residence opon, and culti
vation of., the land, viz: Lawrence
Gutters of Illy Oregon, George Elliott
of lily Oregon, Ed Miller of Royston
Oregon, Joe Fuller of Lakeview Ore
gon. 1 37-0 J. N. Watson, Register.
Bean th i lr'a K'D1 Haw Alwan Boojfl
P.rlgnt young men nnd women of
good standing to prepare for biisi-
i ness positions, as stenographers,
bookkct'iK'ru and, telegraph operut-
j ors, at good salaries.
I Write today for free Catalogue to
12th St., Oakland, Oil.
The largest and I test equlpiK'd
school of business training, Short
hand, Typewritln, Morse Telegraphy
Civil. Electrical, Mechanical nud Min
ing Engineering: MecliKiikal und
Architectural Draw lug, West of New
frit( Note) Young men and women
of this vicinity should not full to
write for catalogue, stating what
course they prefer.
Beautifully located In Portland. Oregon,
often unsurpassed facilities for the cul
ture and education of young women. Special
opportunities in Music. Art. Languages and Liter
ature. Well equipped Physical and Chemical Lab
oratories. Herbarium and Mineral Cabinet. Thi
largest and oldest Ladies' Seminary in the Pacific
Northwest, it enjoys a national reputation for im
parting the best physical, mental and moral train
ing and dereloping true womanhood. Equip
socially and educationally for the most exalted
station. Confers Academic and Collegiate Degrees
by State Authority. Interference with convictions
of non Catholics is scrupulously avoided. Academy
la Ideally located, amid inspiring scenic advan
tages. Social opportunities such ss are available
in no other city on the Coast. Buildings large and
commodious, well-lighted, beated and ventilated:
dormitories and private rooms supplied with all
modern conveniences. Tbe institution is liberal
and progressiva without sacrificing the character
and traditions of age and achievement. Terms
modest. Satisfactory references required. Write fof
announcement booklet. Board and tuition $180 per
year. Address Suter Superior. St. Mary's Academy
PORTLAND, OREGON, U.S.A.
rfMIIKK l,AXI XOTICK.
United States Land Office, Lake
view, Oregon, July 17th, 1900. Notice
is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of con
gress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale, of timber lands in
the States of Californ'a, Oregon, Ne
vada, aud Washington Territory," as
extended to all the Public Land States
by act of August 4, 1892, William T.
Cressler, of Cedarville, county of
Modoc, State of Cal., has this day fil
ed in this office his sworn statement
No. 31 43, for the purchase of the
NWJif KW)-4' of Section 17, in Town
ship 40 S., Range '1 E. W. M., and
will offer proof to show that the land
Hoiiuht is more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to
suid land before Register and Receiv
er at Lakeview, Oregon, on Wednes
day, tho 3d day of October, 1900. lie
names as witnesses : H. O. Cressler,
and F. 1'. Light, of Lakeview, Ore
gon, Ji. Jl. Robinson of Berkeley,
Cal., and Geo. W. Wimcr, of Lake
Any and all persons claiming adver
sely the above-described lauds are re
quested to tile their claims in this
office on or before said 3d day of
30-39 J. N. Watson, Register.
BAILEY & HASSING ILL'S
Our Fall Lines
are now complete
and we invite your inspection. Ladies and
Gentlemen's Furnishing goods full lines
Everything For Little Folks
Having bought heavily we are in a better
position than ever to fill your orders.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL'S
tg!io Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
. "cn Million beves sold In past 12 month. TtlS SlgP.ttUTe,
NO TWO MEN ARE ALIKE!
There may be a hundred men In this city wtm have nrma the nme length '
an youi-H hut thrre la !i"t "" utn.r in. in In tlx) wliolu county who I it the sumo
as yourself in ull other proportion!.
It Is ("Imply an imposnlblllty to get a perfect fitting nult by buying rcaly-to-.tvear
We will make a suit to your measure for 120.
You pay that much, or nearly that much for every )inml-me-down suit you buy.
Fill nnt tbla mnnon and mall to oa nnd we
III nd yoa a aaniple of the clnth. We ajtiHr
Atee that the aarnple la actually cut from the
very bolt of cloth from which we make the aiilt.
When yon vlwlt I'ortland. come In and rerlfy thla
or any aaertlon we make. If you with, aak
aome I'ortland friend to tell you a Unit the rep
utation and lauding of the Columbia Woolen
Ml Ha Co.
it la the elm pie t thine in the world to Iista
iodic friend take your measure. We will wend
yoa a tape menMiire free, and inatrurtloua bow
to take a meaaure for a mil t of clothe.
Be aure aud aend for thla aarnple. If yon get
A eult from thla offer, yon will b wearing a
garment the pattern of whleh local dealera can
not poaatbly get In etock tiefore another year.
Tbe pattern of our tljO ault will be aoM next
year aa the lateat thy other tailor).
Woolen Mills Co.
Notice to Farmers.
Notice is hereby given by tbe under
signed that tbe price for threshing
this year will be hh follows: Jiurlcy
5 cents per bushel, wheat C centB per
bushel. For grain in out-of-the-way
places there will be an extra charge.
Money due when woik is done.
11 O. ThruHton, ,
A2-tt J. F. Snyder.
WANTED: by Chicago wholesale
and mail order bonne, assistant mana
ger (man or woman) for this county
and adjoining territory. Bulary $20
and expenses paid weekly; exen
money advanced. Work pleasant j
position permanent. No investment
or experience required. Bparo time
valuuble. Write at once for full par
ticulars and enclose gelf-addrcHsed en
General Manager, 1?A 11 Lake Bt.,
to men, women and
ml in-, m- ii i ii i ii
To Cure a CoM m One Day
ttwloin.ni.il el'illi l"r. cMlic urn turned
nttt br tin tliotiKuiHl. Tliry mrn cut mtnl mwoU
That In why ymt harm miht Puff !trtiw
fr tltot V"l (lii'ir liM-k of ittwnc I-Cure ynl
liiul nurn llirin half a tUy.
Wo will nutkt h milt la ynr fiinur for
your pv-limtv wear Hint will Itt )m lirnmo
If wan built f "ii, ul im fi H - fr 9JO.
't Kimrjtnte ii rlotli lit u nil wml rlirflot
th rMti In iifW ml vlKir.Mi - off
rt lalfMt lmttTi- Imii'l 'iI1mI t-very waul
linnd M'H-tM will. l!lt Him'J wltlt liiiHrtil Vn
W lis 4lHt(l iwrrnl pttrn. nny of
wlil' h wo will iiuikrt up fi nir uimmire f-r f,
I iilfi-H ii priest netiiit trfrfin will mult
you n hiiih)Ih if lutft Knrllh ovirlltm itt-rn.
TM j.nit.-ni la lui lir-w lint It will I d by
tailor Itfit ycur as tlo ''latent. "
Tito hackKmnnd of tlio pattern la dp gray,
with an altiHMit liniwrtf pt Ihlo ier Una or
rhtV'k. The t-t.Ur nf thla fnlrl ilova not ahow
dunt eaally. d'a nt wrlnkl ainl lina tkD tlm
dyo mi Wfll that the jfarrnent io.ka ltk ihw
until It la all worn out. Tho wool ut In wav
lriK thla rartnrnt wa $urrtt-, with unumml
rare. There la no abort wool Iti the fabric ami
no ahorfily. The rloth line ao flue a wiuve th-.t
It prtrita a fairly hanl urfue, ami at the
iitDie Unit ta soft and pliable, Jt Will not mrutT
ii t or mt ahlny. Ohla rlotli cannot be Unjlit
from the mill for ! than l-'l.W) a yard, no
niatfr If you hotiirht flre thonaand yarda. We
are the raclllr 4'oaat rprrantnt lva of a ayndl
rate of the largat woln ml'la In tht world.
Ttiat priaMce ua to make thla unirfcednfed offr
of a aiilt to your naaure for rVnd for a
eauipl null It to plwea e lww Ion and rn
the wool atranda are bote tow well thedje
Columbia Woolen JM11. Co., Portlnnd, Or.
I'leaw send me frM, sample of late pat
tern Engllub oTorllne xln. from wlilcb
yoa acre to make a suit to nuaaimre fur
2). Also send me, fro., a pocket Lf
measure and blank, and In.lrtirtWma fur
taking meaanrea. Thla dues not oBllgate
Die to buy a suit unless I wish.
Reward for Horses
I will Rive 120.00 Reward for tho
delivery, In Lakeview or utmy ranch
at waKontlre Mountain, of any and
all unbroken ratine horHCM,4-j ear-old
and upwards, unblemished, ranging
in Lake county, Oregon, branded
with an old horseshoe ou both jaws,
without any other brum on the anl
inal; horseshoe open partdownward
tho saiiie as cut In the following- ad
vertisement. W. W. ISliOWN.
The JlHriicyf 'niitit j
Live Slock Ankoi'Ih
lion . (it wlilt Ii I am
a mi ni her, iHyal?,'i(j
reward for evlilcnr.
leailing to tli con
vli'llon ot )Krlle
BlfBlliiK Klock bo-
loiiKlnir to lis mem.
IUtk. In Ullllilloll I
ffef !AH reUMrd
llorMH limnil I n.
Nlmu bar on ilihoi
or both laws. Ku
Kango, Jlarner, lake ami ( rook futilities
Homes vented when .old. Horaessold to luiHa
through this section will be reported In this
paper. If not so retried, pleatm write or lelo
phoue Ths Jlnies Herald. Main 824, Hums, Oro.
KU" W W Uuowh, tile, Ore.
Cures Ci r
In Two Doy&.
A THRILLING MINUTE.
' It Sluilo I d la Intraaltr of T.
; What II Larked In Tim.
Tho adventure of n contributor to
Science lasted but a minute, but It
made tip In Intensity of terror what It
lacked In duration of time. Tho writer
lulls his own story:
Borne yonm ago whllo, I wan tnnkJnjr
researches In tin excavation near
Frank fort, ., tho center wall of the
mound wins undermined tho work
men, and 1 was struck by a mass of
fulling earth. I had Juxt ntooped to
examine a sum II bone which had been
uncovered when earth to tho amount
of several cart loads dropped on me.
No one else was In the excavation, the
men having goiio to the top of the
' The falling iiiiihr knocked mo back
ward, ami I fell with my head and
shoulders on a small heap of earth. Tho
falling wall of earth looked black to mc.
and I well remember tho rush of wind
j At first I felt little pain, only Intense
pressure, which forced the buttons of
my costume (tartly Inslda my flesh.
My watch was pressed tight agalust
two ribs which were broken. Tho skin
; on my forehead seemed cut, but It was
j the pressure of my lint forcing tho flesh
I between the straw. Tho knlfo In my
pocket seemed burning hot. Just under
, tho small of my back was a largo clod
which gave mo unendurable pain, at If
my spine were slowly breaking. Then
It stopped, and I felt nothing.
Thoughts raced through my head like
lightning, thoughts of tho past, present
and future. I reuicuiWr trying In vain
to move a hand or a finger. I was per-,
fectly motionless. My chest could not
bo Inflated, and the downward pressure
had forced tho air Out of my lungs. I
could move my chin and open and shut
my mouth. I tried to keep my mouth
closed to prevent Its being filled, but It
Instinctively opened, and the earth fell
In. Then the assuranco of strangling
came to me, but I did not much care.
It was Just sixty seconds, tho sur-"
veyor suid, before the men reached mo
and I felt the earth move slightly. A
shovel struck my scalp and cut mo. It
felt llko redhot Iron. 'When my head
was uncovered the pressure on my
body was so great the blood was forced
to my bend until my rescuers feared
my veins would burst.
I observed everything, but could not
move. The purtlul paralysis lasted
severul days. I havo never wholly re
covered from tho effects of my adven
ture. I cannot enter n cave or stand
near a bank of earth without terrible
rat Britain's Coal Supplf.
Great I; rltutu Is likely to bo a power-,
fol competitor of tho United States In
Iho world's cpal raarkei fr some time.
According to tin English expert the
supply of coal yet remaining to b
mined in tho United Kingdom amounts
to 80.081,000,000 tons, which, at the
present rate of mining, would last 370
years. Tho same authority gives tho
total output of the world In 1000 as
7C7t33.itH tons, of which Great Urit-