Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
LAKH VIEW, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOIJER 10, 11)07.
NEW RULES FOR
Applicants for Permits
Must Own the Sheep.
WILL BE HARD ON LESSEES.
Sheepmen Should Investigate ThU
Matter and (Inter a Protest
to the 5er vice.
The forest aervlce him discovered
thitt lu some of the grazing section
adjacent to tin National foreata, largo
heep nwnera who own more sheep
than oue man permlta wld allow them
to graze within the foreat, a now aud
leemingly fraudulent mhemn him lieen
devlaed by which alngle owner may
get grazing territory for hia entire
flock. ThU plan la for tliu ownar to
NetritJte ' bTla among it number
of rarties who u?' M,our'' l"ilU for
various number. Tli Tn.T"1 "rvi p
In undertaking to abate thin' flUeA
fraud have adopted a nyctorrt wf'lr'i
ill work Imnlhlilp cm tho young
oian who loaiwK barnl rrf Abeep- mid
intends to ko onto th rango with
them. Applicants for grlug permits
Will Im compelled, no it aald. to
wear Hint they are the nctoii owners
of the full number of sheep tho ahk
rango fm within the foruat.
There are many young mid protper
otia ahwpmen in tills country who (to
not own the Hocks they tend, hot hitvu
thera lentigo, or "mi Shares" as the
ayntem U ti mod. These uieu, it
-tocioa, Jiou' I not lie driven out of
buaiue U-cau they are not wealthy
i.oopr - -r,.Vr'' .iit- ' . rf
4huep they nrt tending.
IV o are only calling attention to tho
tlx a, no that if Much a system in to
be adopted by tho forest rcrvlce next
yeai thn heepmen will liuvo time to
offer a pritent nti'l show to the service
where their ruin Ih going to injure tho
pnnr iiihii. Thero should lie a phtu tiy
which fraud could lie eliminated, tint
the greatest enre thnuld lie taken that
tho plan will nut injure the pom man,
who 1 1 nn act mil lessee, I ut not an
actual owner of the llocks lie tends.
Fx Sheriff of linker county, Harvey
K. Iliouii, who wait a cuiididaU' for
governor two years ago on tho Kcpuh
lican primary ticket, waa assassinated
at the front gate of hia home in linker
t'ity on tho night of Sept. IK'th. The
artHiiHwliiH had luid a bomb for lirown
o that when ho opened the gate upon
return! iik homo the liomb wna ex
ploded. The crime was planned alter
t tu Steuuenhurg murder. Mr. lirown
wan horribly mangled, aud died tho
next day, after ono leg had been am
pu'ated close to the body. Before ho
died ho made (lie following statement :
"They havo laid foi mo for three
weekrt, and they have got mo at Inst.
I feel positive that tho attempt to
assassinate me i tho result of my
work iu tho Stetuunberg case. 1 was
instrumental iu the aprehusiou of
Kteve Adams and I honestly believe
that ever since tlibt time his friends
Itavo been on my trail."
Harry Draper, of Spokane, in in
liuker City with Ida blood hounds,
that have done excellent work in
tracing criminals, and tho dogs suc
ceeded iu finding the trucka of the
criminal aud followed them for quite
I'rom Our r.xchanget.
Silver Kaki Oreitonlan : Horn, to
Mr. and Mra. Ira Hrailley, Saturday
nlliht, Sept. '-JHth, an 8 pound lrL
Mother and Imlio doliiK nicely.
Mr. and Mra. Adln Motill left yea
terday mornloK for Lorello, Klmuath
county, for a two woeka' vla;t with
Mra. McCaira MirentH.
M irtMca Ihb Corutn and Kva llnwy
will leave aoon for Kuno whire they
will nttvu'J tjcbool thin winter,
The ttouthori) atnrfn la now runnlutt
'nyn liistnnJ of nlghta. The Unit day
trip wiiij in ado yeMtcrdaf.
J. M. Wiluht, whoan dautfliter, Lulu
wna the lucky one to draw the nhort
atraw in the lottery agreed upon by the
couteatanti) on the clali i alio aetllod
on, telephoned to the laud oltice
Tueadny to aak w hatcbanCe biadaiiKh
ter hud in ciiko aomeone wan in line at
Lakoview with tho intention of filing
on the hiimo land. He wa informed
that hia daKhtor'a cbanoea were Kood
aud that tho peraona havloK tho biit
iniprovementa would be the ouea who
would win out lu moat cane. Mr.
Wrik-ht and IiIh dauhtor have returaed
to the clnlui to continue permanent
Silver Lake Leader: We Under
ataud Dr. Wittiam of I'aialey, will
leave about the flmt of NovemU r for
a three moutha viait to Chicago, aud
old homo lu KuKlaud. Wa hope
are tuUHd that (tbtlM tU tt?
will nee no iiaca' rlk bU praaut
borne. Dr. Kwlba will altehd to LU
practice durliiK bin itbuehc. Dr.
Wlthani is to bo conjtratC?b3t pon
aecurltiK Dr K lna'a aervlcee.
Tbe many frieuda of Mrs. H. H.
Lntz will bo Kreatly pleaaed to learn
tbwt t)ir lady ia rapidly recovering
from hr recent Ulueaa.
Work htw bruan on the addition to
the leader btiildink-, which, when
completed, will maae the larn'Bt etruc
lure of It'a kind in town.
K f'.rlo.i A Sun"" !k. sold &0
head of beef cattle to Cbarlea Hurt or.
for ft1 ami 7 rent, tbe cuttle to h
delivered at the Horton ranch near
Will Sherlock of Paisley, baa void
hia lumba to a Mr. St Ice, and panned
through our valley Monday, ou ble
way to deliver them.
Mails Will Arrive Twelve Hours Later
Stock and Land Salca.
The Southern mail achodulo Inii
been changed. Not in the manner ex
pected by Lakevlew people, aa the
railroad tfetn nearer to Lakevlew, but
it will now come lu twelve hour later
than formerly. Tho traina run from
Itono to Madeline on the iiauid cbod
ul but Inatead of delivering the
maila to the ataKea at Madeline upon
tho arrltal of ihb train, in the even
they aro k"t over niht at that place
aud curried (o Likely the next day by
train, wVfe they are delivered to the
ntnKcg, wh'kh arrive at Alturaa about
noon, and coming on to Lakeviow the
aamo day, reaching liere about 2
o'clock the next oiorniuK, inatead of
the evening before, when the old
ached ule was in effect
Miaa SnelliiiK an opportunity to abow ' noted for its timber and rich agricul
ber flue touch ou the bit(ti not oh. ( tural luuda. Summer Lake aud Cue
Every note ruug true and tbe piece , waucan their fruit aud prospects fur
throughout, together with tbe encore j irrigation schemes to reclaim the
wan a delight to tho audience. femi-arid landa, (Jooao Lake valley its
The Cornet Solo, "Columbia"' by diversified farming poaaibilittea, its
Prof. Ulce, waa given Id a masterly j fruit raising and also ita proposed
manner, aud lietned to with rapt j irrigation projects and Ita rich mine,
attention. Hia triple tongue execution North Warner, ita vaat stock industry,
l very fine. We feel that Lakevlew
la very Totrunate indeed to poaaeaa a
musician of bis ability.
Tbe Duo, played on two piauoH, by
the young ladies, waa very ditlicult.
Frank Partln'a Death
Jim Partlu ban not yet rocieved any
dolliiite particulars regarding tbo death
of bia brother, Frank, at Caldwell,
Idaho, eunounced iu Tho Examiner
hint week. Frank went to Cnldwell a
few weeks ago with a string of rnco
liormis to attend the big fHir at that
place, Tho and nevva of bis sudden
death came aa a shock to Jimmio aud
all Franks frieiidn in this county.
Tho manner of his death, which, un
oorling to the diHpatch, was the result
of a gnu shot wound lu tho head, is
somewhat of a mystery, aud will re
main so until tho particulars cau be
learned. Jimmio has written for par
ticulars, but bus not received any
word from there, other than tbo fact
that Frank vas glvou a first class
Frank Partlu waa rasied lu Summer
Lake valley, and was about IK) years
of age. Hia death just In tbe prime
of life la a sud stroke to bia relatives
The (Jrand Mualcale.
Tho Musical givou by Frofoaaors
Piico ,V Kice laat Friday eveniug was
a complete huccohs in every par
ticular. Often times a concert of this
kind, given by the pupils is tedious
in tho extreme, but the Professors
wero very happy in their choice of
pieces, and each performance was
received with great applause.
At the rise of the curtain tbo Lake
viow liuud came lu view, seated at the
back of the stage on seats one above
the other, making a splendid back
ground for tho artistically decorated
stage. Their opening piece "Hoards
Du Corps", was rendered iua manner
wblch was a surprise to tbo
audience, who wero aware of their
recent organ iat ion, aud many words
of praiso wero bestowed upou the boys,
aud their Instructor Prof. IUco for,
Ins ability as a teacher.
Miss F.mily Ay res piano solo, "Sixth
Nocturn, Murcagei, was rendered in
a very artistio manner, displaying au
The Mandolin Solo by Prof. Kico
was very flue, aud called forth a do
The Kecitatiou by Mrs. W. R. Steele
"Tho Marble Dream," was perfect.
The story goes of a beautiful maldon
who was turned to a statue only to live
at certain hours, and It ia at tbe wak
ing, that the recitation begins, aud
tho maiden is telling her story. Mrs.
Steele, could not have selected a piece
bettor suited to her style. Aa ahe
told tho talo, one could feel that she,
herself, was iu reality this maiden.
Her beauty and perfect grace together
with her charming manner of re lull
tion lent a touch of reality, that waa
felt by all present, and ono breathed
a sigh of relief wheu Iter lover called
aud she was released from her marblo
tomb to life aud love.
Miss Dorothy Hieber, Primo, aud
Miss Uertha HeynoldsSeoondo rendered
"Autumn Days" Chaa. Liudsey, iu
just tho manner that waa expected
from their well know ability.
Tho violin polo, by Miss Laura quel
ling, was awaited with great interest
by her many friends, who know of
her long hours of bard study under
Prof (leaner of Salem, who la a pupil
of Prof, tievcik who wou hia high
reputatlou by turuiug out, as a pupil,
tho Great Kuladik. Tbo piece
rendered, "Serenade" Frary Dradlu,'
waa very difficult and oue which gave
will wi?ll reu3erel tl9 JOUPg ldies 'but Us rang in the eara of thousands
ktfpitlM pnrfeet time throughout:
Prlmd, Mlsaeaj Dorothy Hieber and
Uertha itoynoiaa. eeconaUt Misaea i or bourn vtarner valley. One seldom
J-anra Chandler, and Mrs. Clareuce ' heara that section mentioned only in
Prfee.. 'connection with tbo swamp laud quea-
A vocal aolo by Mrs, Dyer, "TLluk-, tion.
Ing' very beautiful, and tbe The editor of this paper used to U
audieur would not bo satisfied, aud quite familiar with South Warner Val-
Mra. Dyer waa compelled to reappear, ley, when there was little to say of the
and sutig "Vesterday" iu a Tery place ouatida of ita Tast awampe and
chat to log manner. dry eage-bruah prairiea surrounding
Prof, ftiea'a trombone "Come them. A trip to that Motion tun
Down Irvm that Big Fig TreV
played hia Versatility In music.
D. P. Malloy last week sold 2000 bead
of sheep to Jack Connors aud Dick
(J. L. Holbrook aold Walter Paxton,
for (JltJord, G00 hoad of call ewea andi
l.V.K! lambs for 14 and e2.?5.
1 IJtuderaon baa taken a band
2000 head of sheep on shares from
A. He hart for a term of years.
J. M. Hammersley baa bought
tons of bay from 8. J. Dutton on
Top ranch, where be will feed
aimf-p M wlulef..
John Patterson bought 500 bead of
beef cattle up tbe valley last week,
and will bring tbem to tbo ranch
shortly. Cedarville Record.
Nally WHIey, tbe cattle buyer, is in
tbe valley tbts week buying up cattle.
He has porcbaaad a large number in
the county and lilaooo make a drive.
Cedarville Hecrd, ,
Lewie Uerber baa purchased 300 bead
of beef cattle from L. B. Applegate of
Swan Lake valley and about 70 bead
from Langell valley stockmen.
He starts tbe bunch for the railroad
today. Boonanza Bulletin.
Mr. Herman (J re be r purchased 40
acres of laud from A. 15. Franklin,
near Piue Creek last week for 12100.
The land lies about a mile sooth of
Pine Creelc Mr. (ireber takes charge
of the place in November.
Tbos. K .Sherlock, who spent most
of latt week in Lakevlew, started
home Saturday. He. informed The
Examiner that hi brother, Dick woald
of people aU over vbo VbI Rtal, ltrt this .week, for Crook county to
Chewaucan to be Irriga
ted at Last.
Ita rich desert lands and above all, ita
rich mining prospects. All these
plaudltory remarks Lave not only
been On tSie tongues Cf every resident
of the above named communities,
GOVERNMENT HELD UP
The Soil Is Very kich in that Lo
cality and no Doubt of Suc
cess of Scheme.
Tba State Land Board received no
tice today that tbe Department of tbe
Interior baa approved tbe etata'a con
tract with tbe Portland Irrigation
Company for tbe reclamation of 12,000
acres of land in tbe vicinity of Che
waucan marsh, in Lake County. T10,
tract is about 35 milea north of Lake
view. The Portland IrrUftMoa, Company K
managed by d,wia Mays, and, fy' i.
BalL The bmd will ' be recstr
with, spring flood wabaf feeU 1
voir, Portland Joa-- . fMr'
This bod 'of" Una .........
about five rear. .o. - VfM Tof-,
but comparatively little has Loed 1 bJ ffW fetf 8? hf ??F felEi ( Mr Ball were at Paisley and
of South Warner valley. One seldom ! no ... W ''" ' ' ' ' 1 "ed Uje Jand and DOaalbllitlea
M- 1UOI1UI BOIH I haaH nl.kn
- uv..v. JM.
weeks go revealed startling changes
to as. Tboogh we were there but a
T - i- r .J l i ... a . . . . .
uMiei.nni biwbo speaK wuu priae ; few awys ancf our time taken up, aa
of "our moHtcian,- Prof. Price, " and wff that of every other man in tbe
wheal he takaa bia plaoe at tbe piano commoofty, with tbe search for the
hia audience- ia alway, happy. His 1 body of Mofr,8 wiogfleld, we did take
piano aoio rrnray night waa no ex-, time to side olaoce at th mv Treapaasor Pays Fine
copula, ureu, wun ine aruuous i.utifui .omH in th. viini. f . The fourth important case won bv
Uik oc drilling hia pupils for tbe yij an the sace-brnsh land h the government upon the Question
cooeart, b. still played with his accus-.beeu taken UD br hom lnl,l,r nH I whether it is a crime to violate the
regulations of tbe scretary of argicul-
eweslriday to G. L. Holbrook for
. 50 yer bead, Tbe sheep were thoe
Mr. Malloy purchased from W. Hol
brook, beiDg Will Holbrooke interest
in the Holbrook Bros. band. The
sheep were divided Thursday, and
Malloy sold bia tbe uext day.
S. J. Dutton eold about ten milch
cows with calves to Jaa. McDermott
for 133 0r bead. Ceo. Wright Jleased
the Tup ranch where Mr. Dutton has
been living, and the latter will soon
go to Davis Creek to take charge of
the Hotel at that place.
op --.f wuiiu company waa
?i ?r par0ae. Mr. Mays
uau were at Paisley and ex
Uie Jaad and powibUitlej, XtX-
t .1,111 111. ...-! . . . ...
.,... i..o K.uiuiuiomeui., ; large ditcbea taken from deep creek
and cMtiug manner ot .handling tbe j which CHn aad dotfB 8upply abundant
tbe ranches, and where a
keya, i m perfect delight to bis
era. 11 w Mcnnio Is eM.auisu.tt.
Tbe Lakevlew Orchaatra, counistiug
of Prof, liice, cornet. Miss Sijulliug,
violiu, Mr. Ay res, clariuut, iuidi rut.
i'rice, piaoo, played twuiuumber: iu
their always lino stylu i t executioii.
few years ago was tali, thick sage
brush is now tbe loveliest homes that
man ever laid eyes on. And we be
lieve that the finest orchards in tbe
world can lie seen right tbere. We
went thiough C. W. Dent's orchard,
xuo large crowu ui aueuuauce iu ,h,i . ..,11 ,imi.t.j .uum..
await with eauwrness foi the next I imm.u. ,.n. .n i,i
concert which w ill be given soou. wmn,iU iQinma
I " ''" "
branch tbut waa not au inch over two
South Warner Valley
There has been a great deal said
about nil parts of Lake county, but
less is said or known of South Warner
valley than any other section ot tbe
county. Tho silver Lake country is
feet long. And all the trees are simil
Th one store at Adel, conducted by
the Warner Valley Mercantile Co.,
does au immense business,- aud tbe
place shows prosperity. Mr. Priday
r aV - v ; I
i li i liii' i ' nn -i in-, , i i
FRANK B. NOYES.
Frauk Brett Noyea. prosldent of tho Associated Trees aud a dlatlncrulahad
Ctilcago Journalist. Krew up lu a newspaper oftlee. He la a eon of Croaby S.
Noyea of the Waahlugton Star. He became manager of the Star before ha
reached maturity. Since 11)02 Mr. Noyea baa been editor of the Chlcaao
It ecord Herald. He la a member of several prominent clubs.
tore has just been decided in the
United States district court, held at
Dead wood. South Dakota, where
Robert B. Bale was found guilty of
grazing trespass on the Black Hills
National forest and fined 6100 and
costs, says a Washington, D. C, dis
patch of recent date. Mr. Bale at
OLce paid tbe fine and was released.
The defendant is a stock owner re
siding south of Rapid City aud has
beeu grazsig about 150 head of cattle
in and adjacent to tbe Black Hills
National forest for some years. Wnen
the range in the national forests was
put under administration iu 190G- and
the grazing fee system introduced,
Mr. Dale refused to secure a grazing
permit or to remove his stock from
After repeated efforts on the part of
the local forest officers to persuade
Mr. Bale to remove bis Ftock, be was
finally arrestsed and in August, 1906,
was indicted by the United States
grand jury at Dead wood. The trial
in tbo case was delayed over two terms
cf court by an effort to have the case
tried at Deadwood instead of Sioux
Falls and tbe case wad not presented
to tbe jury until September 4i
The court waa prompt in overruling
the defendant's demurrer attacking
the constitutionality of the grazing
regulations and in reaching a decision
the jury waa only out fifteen minutes.
putting water on it, and begqn. at
once to make surveys for canals and
reservoir sites, Tbe company spent
considerable money on preliminary
work, and for a long while It seemed'
that the scheme woald fall through.
When the application for tbe tract
under the Carey act went up to the
department tbe secretary keld up the
prfect and ordered tbe land withdrawn
for an irrigation project to be carried
out by tbe Reclamation Service. Gov
ernment agents spent a couple of year
measroing the water of thaCbewaucaix
and the annual precipitation.
For a time it looked as though the
Reclamation Service was going to take
up tbe project, but when a time came
when 'he Service found itself short of
money wltb which to carry out all the
projects contemplated, tbe smaller
schemes were dropped, and tbe Paisley
project was one of them. Since tbe
government gave it op the Portland
Irrigation Co. has been trying to get
their application accepted, and it
seems now as though one of the first
irrigation projects in the county will
be this one.
There can be no doubt about the
project being feasible, and all that, -if
the proper people get bold-ef it and
friction with other lute rests can be
avoided, for, , the. land ia first class.
There; 13 none better anywhere.
Paisley is to be congratulated.
has recently built a new residence, and
everything looks like thrift itself.
Messner & Handley conduct the only
saloon in tbe town of Adel. aud do
not complain about the trade. Mr. Briles, of
Messuer also tuns a blacksmith shoo. Seut. 22.
hvery tniug at tbe MC ranch looks
spick aud span, undei the able man
agement of C. B. Parker, and the
various other ranches we saw presents
the same prosperous appearance. All
are happy, aud well they might be.
Oue other thing that cauuot be ov
erlooked by the visitor to that com
munity ; whereever one goes tbe best
of eadibles and beda are free for tbe
taking not asking, but accepting
Our crowd of twelve busky, hungry
men never "missed a meal, nor paid a
cent," aud the same conditions exiat
all over tha valley to the south end.
Sorry tp say, however, that our er
rarjaod limited time did not permit
of a. viait to tbe extreme aouth end of
fjtbe vfdjey, as we. Bhould. base liked.
Mr. Oscar Smith aud Miss Levona
Boyse were married at New Pine Cieek
last Sunday, October 6, 1907 at the
residence of II. Smith, Rev, J. H,
Howard performing the ceremony that
joined together the ljves of these two
popular jjoung peojdo of tbe State .
Line City, -i ,
Mr. IL C. Goodman' and Miss 5ra
Chandler were married at the home
of II. Smith at New Pine Creek" last
Sunday Oct. 6th 1907, the Rev. II.
South officiating. Tbe bride lathe
daughter of a respected family who
moved to Pine Creek some months
ago. The groom is a well known gen
tleman of that section,.
A license to wed was issued on Oct
ober Oth to Mr. A. II. Green and
Miss Ava McCurdy, both of Summer
Miss Bessie Berry and Mr. Olirer
Davis Creek, were married
The many friends of J. B. Blair,
deputy assessor, w ill be both delight
ed and surprised to learn that he se
cured a license at the clerk's office
Tuesday, October 8, 1907. Mr. Blair
had not yet secured the consent of a
ludy to permit her name to be put ou
the liceuse, so he simply took prelim
inary steps by taking out a hunter's
license which will permit him to
hunt a deer.
The residence of Geo. Perkins, a
abort distance aouth of Pine Creek,
caught fire Monday morning about C
o'clock and burned down. We under
stand Mr. Perklna aaved a great deal
of his furniture and household fix
tures. Tbe loss will be a heavy one
for him, however.