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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
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tv it. .ki- iO. OiTOM.R 10 i07.
A Miss, representation.
The Pacific Monthly for October
publishes a write-up of Klamath
county. The writer does Dot sign his
name, and the article would naturally
be considered the product of the pub
lishers of the Paeifle Monthly, were it
not for the fact that statements are
made in it so blazeuly false that the
reader can hardly conceive the pub
lisher's motive for writing them, hence,
the conclusion is quickly drawn that
the writer is uobting more than a
Klamath Falls "Booster".
The Article says, in part: "Klam
ath Falls, the county seat, controls the
trade, not only of Klamath County,
but also of Lake County."
Klamath Falls does NOT control the
trade of Lake County, NEVER DID,
and it is a safe prediction .to say that
It NEVER WILL. A thing could not
be more impossible. The statement is
preposterous and the writer baa said
that which is not true, and if be
knows anything of conditions at all,
be knew bis statement was untrue, j
The publishers of the Pacific Monthly i
have been imposed upon by a Klam
ath Falls Boomer (ang), who baa taken
the opportunity to get bis false re
ports into print and widely circulated.
There is not a pound of freght sbp
ped through Klamath Falls to Lake
county. There is not a single resident
Of Lake county who boys a dollars'
worth of provisions in Klamath Falls
bat on the other hand there are sev .
era! residents of Klamath county who
come to Lakeview to bay tfleir sup-.
The writer also assumes a great
deal, when be Bays that "Klamath
Falls will he the central division
point between San Francisco and
Dr. Ceorge Uilber Rancroft, the
J humorist aud entertainer, accompan
j led by D. Lillian Lewis, the voiallst,
i and Impersonator, came in from
j Klamath Falls Tuesday, where they
appeared six nights. Dr. Bancroft
and Miss Lewis will make their bow
to a Lakevlew audience Saturday
evening, (Vt. 12, at the Snider Opera
House in a laughing character sketch,
mtitled, "Nosee,"Dr. Bancroft is not
a stranger to Lakview, be having
lectured here six nights Hfteeu years
Hk-o. The old timers speak ii. the
highest terms of bis entertaining
Mr. V. B. Chance, deputy commis
sioner of labor and factory inspector,
visited Lakeview and vicinity the past
week, and did uot overlook The Ex
aminer ottice, which visit, to our sor
row, cost us $5 for inspection fees.
We are pleased, however, to note the
good condition in w hich he reported
our plant. Mr. Chance states that he
has inspected all the mills in this sec
tion of the county, aud finds them in
average condition with other mills of
the state. He is a very pleasant gen
tleman to meet.
Two men, who are supposed to be
the murderers of Ex-Sheriff, Harvey
K. Brown, of Baker City, went to the
jail a few nights ago and climbed ov
er the wall where the blood hounds
that were so closely tracking them
were kept, and offered the jailor $2U)
to kill the dogs. Upon bis refusal to
do so they told the jailor that if be
did not comply with their request tbey
would blow up tbe jaiL The murder
ers are supposed to be in Baker City.
Easy to nix This.
What will appear very Interesting: to
many people here Is the article taken
from a New Voik daily paper, giving
a simple preserption, as formulated
by a noted authority, who claims that
be has found a positive remedy to
cure almost any case ot backache or
kindeyor bladder derangement. In the
jollow itig simple prescription, if taken
before the stai'e of Brigbt'a disease:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; Compound Karroo, one ounce;
Conipouud Syrup Sarsaparilla, thiee
ounces. Shake well in a bottle aud
take in teaspoontul doses alter each
meal aud again at bedtime.
A well know u druggist here at home,
when asked regard mg this prei-crip
tiou, stated that the l.igredieuts are all
harmless, and can be obtained at a
small cost from auy good prescription
pharmacy, or the mixture would be
put up if asked to do so. Ho further
stated that while this prescription is
often prescribed in rheumatic atllio
tlous with splendid results, he could
see uo reason why it w ould uot be a
splendid remedy for kidney aud nriu
ary troubles and backache, as it has a
peculiar action upou the kiduey struc
ture, cleausiug ttie-e most Important
organs aud helping them to sift aud
filter from the blood the foul acid
aud waste matter which cause sickness
aud sutleriug. Those of our readers
who suffer can make no mistake in
giving it a trial. 1
Tbe Alturas Republican says that
Geo. Bayley. of Likely, raised 108
sacks of barley to tbe acre on three
thousand acres. Tbe Cedarville Rec
cord Jdon't believe it. The Record
says Mod 00 county can boast of some
of the bigget things in tbe world
among tbem. three of tbe biggest liars.
himself, be says is one, and the Re
publican tbe other two.
a reward, on behalf of
: Oregon, cf $12,000 for tbe arrest and
conviction of the persons connected
with the dastardly and cowardly
'murder of ex-Sheriff Harvey K
Brown, of Baker City.
Bewteen three and four inches
wet snow fell in Lakeview doriag tbe
big storm that visited the Pacific
Coast week before last. In a few
hours the snow was all gone, bat the
remembrance of it clang to tbe minds
of the editors of those very far-reach
ing Journals of Silver Lake, and tbe
longer those editors thought about it
tbe deeper tbe snow became id their
minds, and by the time they went to
press last week they had a foot of
now in. Lakeview. Tbey have an
orange belt op at Silver .Lake,' that is,
a common leather belt covered with
orange peels. The orange peel
imported from Lakeview. , .
. I It is now almost a settled fact that
(Dr. R. E. L. Steiner, formerly of
Of f T.ahavUa, alll anriwaii T)r fnlhront h
as Superintendent of the State Insane
Asylum at Salem when Dr. Calbreath
second term of four yaers, will expire
Jan 1, 1908.
Every good citizen of Oregon witi
"holier hurrah" when be learns that
Oovernor Chamberlain is determined
to offer a reward big enough to bring
to justice tbe murderers of Harvey K.
Brown. This, tbe first case of das
tardly cowardly, murderous bomb
throwing in Oregon eboald, by- all
means, be avenged. The governor bas
offered 112,000 tor tbe assassins, and
it is to be hoped tbey the real 00 es
will be captured and so rigid an exam
ple made of them that another case
will never be attempted in our state.
United States Senator Boiah, of
Idaho, who waa on trial last week on
charge of conspiracy to defraad the
government out of public lands, was
acquittedon tbe first ballot.
The Jury LUt.
Following is tbe list of voters drawn
to serve as jurymen at the coming
New Pine Creek.
Wm. Vincent, J. L. Cannon, G. H
Aidridge. Dexter Amick, Geo. II.
Silver Lake. .
T. J. LaBrie.
W. A. Carrier, L. P. Klippel, T. H.
C. S. Beneflel.
A. N. Lapham, F. O. Bunting, W.
L. G. Thomas, L. A. Carriker, Jas.
Young, S. P. Vernon, N. W. Snyder,
S. P. Dicks, J. II. Tannehill. A. II.
Hammersley, John Arzner, G. W.
Hardisty, Jim Bishop, Frank Baaera
Jr., J. C. Sbellhammer, Geo. Wright,
L. E. McCulley, J. II. Hotchkiss, F.
M. Green, HurlyVernon.
C-stie T , sS f-a-
If you want to catch FISH get your Tackle
at BERNARD'S. '
If you want to sprinkle your Lawn get your
HOSE and Sprinkler of us.
If you want a BATH we can furnish the
We also have a full and
complete line of Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware, a good
Plumber and Tinner in con
nection with the business.
Come and seeus'our prices
T. E. BERNARD.
A mau was discouraged from a life
time ot fai'iires. He bad only f90 left
to bis name. He (invested it in WX)
shares if Nevada mining stock at 15
cents a share Witbin as many days
as be had invested dollars the stock
went op to tlT a share, and the man
sold out for 110,200. He is a million
aire now. If you will write to tbe
Lee Comstock Mining Company,
Postofflce Box 258, Rhyolite, Nevada,
it will tell you bow to duplicate this
Our Fall and Winter Stock of Dress
Goods Ladies' and Men's Furnishings
Is now complete and much larger
than EVER BEFORE.
COHE AND SEE FOR YOURSELVhS.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL'S
Klamath Falls bad given up the idea
of having a fair until some one hap
pened to tbink that tbey were getting
all tbe money appropriated by tbe
state for a district fair in Lake and
Klamath counties, and that Lake
county might get its share of tbe
money if Klamath failed to bold a fair.
This fact spurred them to action at
once, and now they will have a fair
this fall. Klama'h county could not
keep all tbe states appropriation any
way, it Lake county should decide to
hold a fair. Of coarse tbe way tbe law
reads Lake county would have to
hold a fair the previous year bfore it
would be entitled to its share of tbe
appropriation for this district. There
is some talk of holding a fair this year,
and if tbe scheme is carried out, next
year Lake county will get the fc'iOO
from the state that Klamath has been
mkmmwb t - mi 1 Mai i w 1 nw aril wt
To Cure mt Cold in One Day
ative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A (Vjb
. i told in post 13 months. This signature. ' yjCyr
Curat Cl ip
fa Two Day.
FARM FOR RENT: I will rent my
farm on Kelley Creek, one mile north
of Pine Creek, for one year, with tbe
privilege of five. One hundred and
seventy acres of bay and grain land
Inquire of W. J. Moore, Lakeview,
Oregon, or I. N.Converse, Pine Creek
3 8 tf I N. Converse,
Sailownen Tr unformed
to Dusky Beauty
A dark (kin becomes (Winning
when delicately soft, undeuprcad
with the radiant glow which indi
cate! a heal thy. actireik in. Robert
inc keep the ikin refined in quality,
keeptpores free from clogging wane
and itimulate the tiny capillaries to
contribute the color which charmi in
blonde and brunette alike. Robert
ine ii certain protection against tan,
unburn and freckle- if applied be
fore expocure to tun or wind.
Spread like an imperceptible iheen
of gauie ovenkin rarface. forming
shield stimulating and preserving a
oeucate, luatroui beauty.
nvviu tod ax
fir tfrm mmfh 1
I Wm. F. PAINE
i UNO AOKNT and KI HVKVOU
I'rotnut und carvful attention tflvcri
to surveys of I-aikIh and Townslte.
. Map work &c. Settlers located. Lund
' and Town property for mile.
R. A Y itlNU.
In Tbe Circuit Court of The State
of Oregon, For the County of Lake,
Harriet Walters, as Executrix )
of ;the Last Will and Testa-)
raent of Martin T. Walters.)
Deceased, Plaintiff, )
S. Field, Defendant )
To J. S. Field, the above named de
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON : Y'ou are hereby required
o appear and answer th cnmr.lnint
filed herein against you in the above
nmied court and cause on or before
the 21st day of November. 1907 : and
you tan so to appear and answer
said complaint, for want thereof the
plaintiff will take judgment auainst
you ror the sum of Four hundred for
ty-nine and 77-100 dollars, together
wun interest thereon from June 3.
1001, until paid, at the rate of six per
cent, per annum, and for plaintiff 's
cohis and disbursements herein.
This summons is published by an
order of the Honorable H. Daly, Judge
of the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Lake, dat
ed October 8. 1907, directing tbe same
to be published for at least once a
week for six consecutive weeks prior
to November 22, l'J07, in the Lake
County Examiner, a newspaper of
general circulation, published weekly
at Lakeview, Lake County, Oregon.
The date of first publication beieof
is October 10, l!r7.
Uated, October 1 10, 1007.
L. F. CONN.
An Editor' Diary.
An Indiana editor, who bas taken
time, despite his heavy public duties
as "moulder of public opinion" to
keep track of bis material and mental
progress during the year, offers the
following summary of his gains and
Been broke 300 times.
Had money 05 times.
Praised public 9.
Told truth 1.
Told lies 1728.
Missed prayer meeting 52.
Washed office towel 3.
Been roasted 131.
Roasted others 52.
Missed meals 0.
Found money 0.
Taken batb 6.
Delinquents who paid 13.
Did not pay 430.
Pains in conscience 0.
Oot whipped 0.
Whipped others 8.
Cash on hand beginning of year 11.48
Cash on band end of year $1.49, Ex
A abeepberder, known as Spanish
Joe, in attempting to cross the moun
tain from Surprise valley to Alturas
encountered a terrifilo blizzard and
was frozen to death. A man by tbe
name of Arthur Stainer accompanied
tbe Spaniard, and be, too, was almost
frozen. The blizzard was the one that
visited the entire Pacifio Coast a week
ago la.st Friday nigbt and Saturday
Nothing like it was ever heurd of in
YOUNQ & FAULKNER.
Civ'l, Municipal &
LA XI) A lf TOHXSITK Sl'KVKYS.
ESTIMATES. MAl'PlXa. DRAFT
ISO if DESIGXIXU.
Irrigation A Specialty.
Lakeview and BurnsOre.
1 1 A TTOKNEY FOR I'LA I NTi 1'F. 1 done
The storm that visited this country
last week was not a local one, by any
means, in other localities in tho
( west the storm was severe to the" ox
treme and ell hoiIs of damage was
ALBERT G. DUHME
BUYES TIMBER LANDS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Notice for Publication .
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
United States Land Office,
Lakeview Oregon, August 2i. 1907.
NOTICE is bereby given that the
State of Oregon has (lied application,
under tbe provisions of tbe Act of
Congres of August 14, 1848, and the
Acts amendatory thereof, for tbe fol
lowing described unappropriated non
mineral and surveyed public lands in
lieu of losses to its grant for common
List No. 231, SEJ SEJ, Sec. 3, BE4
SEJ, Sec. 4, T. 29 S., R. 11, E., W.
M., and NWi NEi. Sec. 29. SW, NEi.
Sec. 7, SEJ SWJ. rieo. f, T. 29 S., and
SEJ SEJ. ftec 8, T. 28 S., R.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe above described lauds are
requested to file their said claim in
this ottlce on or before the 18th day
of October, 9(r7.
385 J. N. Watson Register.
TIMHKR KOTI1 K.
Uulted States Land OfUce, lake
view, Oregon. Sep. 3, 1907.
Notice is hen by glveu that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
rt Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for tbe sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all tbe Public Land
States by act of August 4, 1892, Chris
topher C. Cannon, of New Pine Creek,
county of like, State of Oregon, has
this day tiled in this office his sworo
statement. No. 3779, for tbe purchase
of tbe Lot 1 Sec. 19, Lot 4, of Bee
tlon No. 20, iu Township No. 41 a,
Range No. 21, E., W. M., aud will
ofrer proof to show that tbe laud
sought is mora valuable for its timber
or stone than fo argirculturaJ purpos
es, and to estabilMb bis claim to said
land Ixtfore Register and Receiver at
Lakeview Oregon, on Saturday tbe
lot n, day of November, 1907.
lie names as witnesses: j. L. Can
non. Alfrd Coones. Frank Griffith,
KJA. Amsden, all of New Pine Creek
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe above described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or IWore said loth day of
J.N. Watson. Register. 3010
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The load seems lighter Wagon
and team wear longer You make
more money, and have more time
la make money, when wheels are
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The longest wearing and most
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Y by wearing a
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In tbe Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, For the Couny of Lake.
a. Hcblecbt, Plaintiff.
(eonre Schlecht. IWxnrUnt
12,' E., !To Oeorge Sohlecht, tbe above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
I OF OKEOON: You are bereby re
' quired to appear and answer tbe com
; plaint filed against you iu the above
eniitiud court and cause on or before
the 25th day of October, 19ir7j aad
if you fail so to appear and n.r
said complaint, for want thereof th
pallntitr will take judgment against
you for the sum of Seven hundred ten
dollurs, together w ith interest thereon
from May 27, 1905. until paid at tbe
rate of ight per cent per annum, and
for bis costs and disbuisenieuts In this
Thli summons 1h published by order
of Honorable Henry L. Benson, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for tbe County of Ike
dated September 9th, 1!K)7 directing
the name to be published for at least
once a week for six consecutive weeks
prior to October 25, 1107, in the Lake
County Examiner, a newspaper of
1 general circulation, published weekly
lit Lakeview, Lake County, Oregon,
i ibo dato of llrst publication hereof
i Im September 12. 1907,
Dated, September 12, 1907
L. F. Conn,
Attorney for I'liiintlir. 37
! Notice for Publication.
I'epartinent of the Interior
United States Land (Mice,
Lakeview Oregon, August y,, 19(7
ui ( '.' Ih l"Vhy Kiv'"' U'at the
ht.ite of Oregon bun, uiid.-r tbu pro
visions of t, aI of Congress of
August II, 1M4H, and the Acts supplo
nieiitury and amendatory thereof
innde application for the following
i , . . i r " r i u i e i, noii-
I aurveyed pubJU, ds as in
I. MM..ty f.ir tho co,,eHpondinK losses
t its Krant for common schools, to-
Clein -1 iijlil
i10' ',N I:.'," Sec. 11
J I.' I ' L l . , .. ' ... .(...."" A
i ul' -m; ,!iniy'i' ri it "w
Any and all peivons claiming ad
versely the ,,boy lands are ,e,,Lt0 I
to fllo in this otilc, f.ir said claim
......before the lh, day of ()cVober!
:W-6 J. N Wats,,,, register