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LAKEVIEW, LAKE COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1907.
GAMBLING LAY BE
The Lid 1$ von In Most
PREMIE TKE UST VICTIM-
Officii U In Every Cam of Closed
Tewo Say They Will Fn
forca the Law,
Flour Mill Co. Organlted.
Tk. Prlnevllle papers announce that
tot "lid" le bo on tbat town and on
awr gambllBg vtU W permitted there.
Tkla ordr waa laaued by the Diatrict
lttoraey aod U being carried oat by
tM ab-rlff. A dispatch dated &t.
"Upoa receipt of ordara from Die
triei Attorn Fare Meo.fee tfali
sjoralng, B bar Iff Elkloa served notice
apoe all tbe bbIoob! la this city to
do their game. Accordingly, at
om today tbe lid wae cloaad down
tad heaeefortb gambling la tbia oily
alii U only a mamory. Elkloa aaya
there U1 be bo more game la Crook
Cooaty while be la sheriff. Tbe law
k to b regularly enforced, aod even
atnt aechlaee bow bave tbalr face
Xba action of tbe Crook county
aOciaU U la lloe with alia liar actio
ia tba largar towas end citlee of tbe
SuU. Portlaad, Seattle, Astoria,
Ongoe City, Medford, aod many
atbar towae bate been cloaad to
ftablere by aotborlty of Vbe UU liiw,
atcbraed ae follows:
Sactoa 1MI of ttellnger aod Cotton '
Asaotated Code and etatote of Ore
foe, raada aa f ollowe :
acb aad every pwfeoo bo shall
deal, play, carry on, open or caoa to
U epeaed. or wb aball conduct
etbar aa owner, proprietor, or em-
ploye, whether for blre or not, anj
fas of faro, noote. roulette, rouge
at aolr. el anquanet, ronod, vlogton
er tweaty-oae, poker, draw-poker
bragg, bluff, thaw, or any banking or
aay etbar game playad with tarda,
4k, or any other device, whether the
aue be played foreaoaey, cbecka,
eradlta, or any other representative of
alee, ahail be guilty of a nilademean
er, aad upon oavlctlon thereof eball
U poalsbed by a floe of not more
than Are hundred dollar, and ahaU be
iaprbooed la tbe County Jail uotil
sack floe and eoete are paid ; provid
ed, that such person so ooovicted ahaU
U Imprisoned one day for every two
dollars of eacb fine aud coat. And
prorldod further, that aucb Imprlaon
Bieat aball not exceed one year.
Circuit Court eoovaaee sett Moo
47, Oct. JL Prom tbe beat we cao
Wo, there will be little ot Im
portance come up at tbia tern. Hut
eoe criminal ault, that agaiott Pat
Aaglaad, and but oae civil ault, baa
yet oaea placed oa tbe docket, that
of Town va. Tbeia a suit to recover
oay. Tti la ault eaoaot be tried
Ufors about the 2Mb. and It le Hkaly
that all other matters will be wound
before that time. Tbe attorney!
i tit waroer Valley easee bare not
Itglva out tbe action they will
la regard to tbe demurrer over
MM by Judge Benson, publlabed la
Tbe Examiner a few weeka ago. Ub
tbeeeeaaee are revived, tbe coming
twin of Circuit court will be ooe of
tbe ahorteet ia tbe bletory of the
Ugbteatas Far! 5 tore.
October IX HWT.
Examioer, Lakevlew, Ore: Tbl
oreleg at aa early boor, tbe lighten
lag, eblch wae very heavy, converged
to the atore building oa telephone
', of Brown Ilemple, of Spoon
vilie, Laaeea county, Cel, Igniting tbe
otlre wail gad la a very few momenta
entire eon ten te wae consumed.
blcb consisted of general mercban
lae. No oae we etlrrlag at thU ear
h hour, and when dlwovfred the Are
m beyond control
The loea le eetlmaUd at about H&i
000, aaid to be covered by loeurance.
K Hl7 building! were dea;ag
N. 8. McKlaeey.
Dr. Vrltbam and J. n J
OWa fpnrn Pi.l. I... n-i . .
- rriaay, and
Saturday bad prepared artlcUa of in-
aAenAe.il.- a a. . .
vu.i-v.won lor id raialay Flouring
Co. Tba arttrU -n
w .... .
uvtv., uvairing mO
form a corporation order the law. f
the SUU of Chlurnn An L.l.. I
m f w UVIEUI
, ..,. i UBt VQe name oil
va corporation aball be
Flouring Company, and It
known by aatd name, and
titon ahaU be perpetual
Second : That the enterpriae, bual
aeaa, aad pursuit of eald eorporatlon
aball be to manufacture flour, meal,
bran, abort, and Jill claaaee and
klnda ot product! manufactured from
cereala ; to buy and aell cereala and
grain! of all klnda, and do all and
every cla.ua of bualnaaa that
aeceaaary or axp.dl.ut
Third: That tbe place where tbe
corporation piopoaea to have ita prlo-
eioal OtUcoa and clam nf timilnM. la
Palaley, la tbe County of Lake, SUU
Fourth: That tbe amount of tbe
Capital Stock of tbe eald corporation
aballl U, aod U,tl3,000.
Fifth: That tbe amount of each
bare and tbe par value tbereof aball
Lakcvicw Is Now In Darkne-ssy With Possibly
Small Supply Of Coal Oil.
Laat Frldav niaht durlns the eloo-
trlo atorm. lightning a truck tbe wire
near tbe electrlo plant at Pine Creek
and est fire to the building, which
burned down, completely deatroylng
tbe plant. Lakevlew now facea a long
apell of dark alghU, with poaaiply
a ecarcity of cool oil, aa tbe merchant
bave not been In the habit of order
Ins ooel oil for lishtlns DurDoeea to.
any great exUiit ,Tble i a h&fd" blow
to tbe town, after having electric
light for all tbeae yeara, now to go
back entirely to tbe coal oil lamp,
and poaaibly to tbe tallow oandle.
Since tbe burning of tbe electric
light plant at Ploe Creek laat Friday
night, tbe queation of putting in a
power plant on tbe Cbewaucau river
Ia witneae whereof we bave act our
handa and aeale. tbia 12th day of
October, 1907. .
J. 8. Sprague
A. A. Witbam
Tbe bulldina of a flour mill at Pala
ley baa been announced and comment
ed oa by The Examiner. Tbe enUr
priee will be one of great Importance
to tbe whole of northern Lake County,
aad one for which there baa been a
long felt want. The vaileye of Cbe
waucan and Summer Lake are portlc
ularly adapted to grain growing, but
without transportation grain growing
cannot be made proflUMe In any
other way than to grind tbe wheat In
to floor and aupply tbe vaat territory
north abd eaat of Palaley. Tbe de
mand U already treat, and U contin
aa been advanced. Tbe schema ia
a eutlrely feaalble one and worthy
tie attention of men who are able to
itwmote it. The Inadeauacv of tbe
ayktem we bave bad ehould bave Influ
enbe in bringing tbe Cbowaucan ' pro
Doaitlon to the front. Not only could
both tbe towna of Lakevlew and Pala-
irr do iiKDtea. dui power couia ce
furnished for many factoriee and es
UbIUhmenU deelrisK power. A flour
mill la to be erected at Palaley, the
power to be supplied by electricity,
ao we underetand, and there are nu
merous other enterprise! . that would
doobtlesa be started if cheap power
could be secured. Lakevlew. to. has
a number of plants of various charac
ter tbat would be greatly facilitated
by electric power.
Irrtgat'oa Scheme la Warner.
A. O. Faulkner, tbe civil engineer,
of Buroa, wbo waa associated with R.
nf tba Oregon Eastern sur
veying crew located at Lakavlaw, and
who spent eeveral weeka In Warner
viu aurveTing canal and reset voir
tar Irrigation In that valley,
aUtea to tbe Burns Times-Herald, tbat
offtnUnt arater can be stored in
reservoir on top of tbe rim, 300 feet'
above the level of tbe valley to f urn tub
power for a Urge power plant ana
supply water for tbe recUmatlon or
3,000 acre of desert land in north
Waroer. The water will come irom
Rock creek in a ditch about 8 mile
There are otber feasible irri
gation acbemee In North Waroer, Mr.
Faulkner believe, wnicn wiu eouio
day be developed. Mr. Young U no
longer aaaoclated with Faulkner, be
baring returned to Salt UM, wner. u.
i... . knmt Doaitlon with tbe same
railroad company be was employed by
here. Mr. Chaa. Faulkner, a rjroiner
of A. a U bow a partner.
Howard OulUUma Dead.
The many friend of Howard Gulll
lama la Lakevlew, will be pained to
i hi. ileal D. at wBuiwui
.. rk nf October, of
uregon, - ,:
Bright'! Dieeaae. r. uuiu.-u
suffered for a year before deain ra-
listed blm. Howard UnlUiama w
about 40 yeare of ege. a - -
father, 8. N. UuUllams, a bi,
liobe, of Monmouth, i uuiui--.
. n.,u nf Alturaa. agent for
n il WlaM H.. ai BIB wsh-w
tbe BOUinero oa- ' . .
Warren, of Reno. Ueceasea . -.
...-i, ... ...ral veaia. and gain-
. .hila hare. The El-
aa many inw
amlner aympatblxee witn ibb
Dr. Bancroft' Lecture
Ijr. VJ w '
L1I1..B UwU. ! "J
i .ku. tbia week, are performing
, ..Hd. house every night Vt.
T. V- i. - itnr.r of bo mean
M b chooaee, ana
Lewi! U charuilog Ib berroUa. The
7T. . ... . .M Laaad upon eound
a A nlliiriTiiniUH. AUI
lODaUa PUUWaee-a- ...i...
terapemd with r'ZZ
a ft..ai a BIT OI UUlw
Ma. "r.;,:;:.iraotive. uou. the
toat e .
U. and bU wife . re plea-ot oa end
off toe .
admlretloB of all they meet
Prldav afternoon. October 11. Mra.
J. N. WaUon entertained in honor of
her motn.r, Mra. 4. E. Bernard.
Those present were Mead am aa, H.
Scblagel, P. MUler, M. RusmII, S. J.
Crow, A. Beat, R. A. Paxton, J. W.
Maxwell, T. IU Taylor, L. O. Linvllle
H. Walters, E. C. Manchester, J. W.
Micbael, D Kinsaley, M. L. Deering,
W. D. Woodcock. A. P. Vernon, L.
B. Wborton. M. Consleton. E. S.
Arthur, and J. E. Bernard.
Thaaa Udlaa have reached tbat en
viable time in life when tbey are proud
of tbeir years. Several wished to
claim tbe honor of being tbe oldeat
preseot The dispute waa settled by
having tbe hoatesa make a Hat of tbe
age as tbey were whispered to her.
Grandma Congleton'a eighty six
yeara waa tbe highest number, the
aggregate ages being fourteen hundred
years, making an average of eeventy
years for each.
We believe there are ' few towns of
tbe size of Lakevlew tbat could get
together ao many happy and spright
ly lad lea of thla age. Tbeir happy
fiuwa. aa thev eat and talked told of
the rich eDjoyment of tbe hour. A
little mix who waa present and helped
entertain, was asked If she thought
the alderlv ladles enjoyed a "paity"
mnh aa the vounger set and abe
answered "Ob yes, see how Jolly they
are, surely as much If not more.
Rnma of the ladles were met by an
F,. miner reoortcr oo their way home,
.Bd the oleaaed facea. happy laughter
and almost "gushing" delight In tell-
... r H afternoon's pleasures was
"Snnha grand timer' saia one,
and I waa the second oldest there."
"I found a lady just my age, welt
ing a few daya , wasn't that queeiT
And I didn't know her until louay.
aaid a sweet faced "grandma".
We bad tbe most delicious lunon,
said another, "and we dld'nt mind
ninr home la tbe rein a bit It
doeaut hurt me a mite to get wet"
I wlab I waa not going away ao
. .1.1 I- .1 MV,z
soon, said a aear inue om wuj,
cause I would like to give a party too,
but I didn't think of it 1b time."
"My Bame wlU be la tbe paper mia
week aure " eald a beautiful wniie
k.i...i i.,i 'bacaua I was at tbe par
n thla aame dear old lady would
- . ., . . . - ....
not appear when a cauer aaaeu ur .
one day elaoe "the party" because ebe
wae not "dressed op"
"I dlda't mlad telllog my ege .am
least livln' bit tbat ever was la tbli
world," eaid one, "Im, moat eeventy
but 1 enjoy a party, ana i nop w.
will have them often".
The parlon were beautifully aecow
i& la Autumn leave! oi virgima
Creeper, and California poppiea. quite
appropriate, lodaeai xo"
leaves were euggestlve of the Autumo
of life, while tbe popples told of tbe
bright ending of tbe yeara.
Attbecloae of tbe afteruoou the
boatess assisted by Mrs. W. R. Bern-
ard. eerved a moat tempting luocu.ou.
Eradicate Polaoo oa Range! .
Tbat tbe poisonous plant Investiga
tive work now being carried on by tbe
Forest Service In tbe, different ra
tional Foreste tborugbout tbe West
has awakened widespread interest U
strongly illustrated by the increasing
number of applicationa for new range
examinationa from users rf tbe
Although this branch of the Forest
Service work is still in its Inception,
It being a comparatively short time
.Ince tbe plan was initiated, good
pi ogress has been made.
A thorough examination of tbe
Hantl National Forest la Utah, and
partial examinations of the Holy
Croaa In Colorado have been made
and much very valauble information in
regard to the plant! most dangerous
to stock has been secured. It Is tbe
intention of the Forester to continue
the work tbioughout the coming
season and it will undoubtedly result
in a aeries of Important discoveries
tbat will lead to the reduction, of tbe
loaa of range stock from poisonous
plants to a mimium.
In an application for aa exam
ination of poison areaa in the Park
Range and Sierra Mad re Forests in
Colorado and Wyoming it is reported
tbat tbe value of tbe sbeep loat during
tbe present season within a comparat
ively small area from poisonous plants
ia not leaa than 15,000, Heavy losses
ot cattle bave ; been reported from
While the work of investigation has
been confined to the National Forest!
tbe result obtained will be equally
beneficial and applicable to tbe useri
of unreserved publlo lands as tbe
poisonous plants are different specie
of two or tbree generio families and
th dloAnvArv of an antidote for. or
a means of eradicating or checking
the growth of one speciee will arply
equally well to the others.
Stock and Land 5et.
Hard luck comes from J. A. Brown,
wbo left here for Red Bluff a few
weeks ago with about 11,000 bead of
sheep. In a private letter to Deweys,
they state tbat the sbeep became scat
tered and tbe men were out all night
without food or bed, and loat 700 bead
S. T. Calvin nanaed thrnncrh tnwn
ust week with 28 head of horse which
be will take to Honcut, California,
where be baa another ' bunch on paa
tore. Mr. Colvin will put tbe entire
lot on tbe market
W, A. Currier, tbe Fu miner Lake
horseman started 100 head of good
horses for Hafjford, CaL, laat week.
Mr. Currier will ovretake S. T. Colvin
at Alturaa and tbe two gentlemen will
Geo. Winkleman came down from
Summer Lake but week with 42 bead
of bucks, which he sold to Rebart
and Fitzgerald at Sfi.50 per head. Mr.
Winkleman aold hie sheep last soring
and now baving disposed of tbe bucks
he is entirely out of tbe sbeep , bus!
ness. However, he states be will
likely buy again in the spring.
Dr. Witbam. of Paisley, has deliv
ered about 200 bead of cattle to C. W,
Withers. Mr. Withers bought the
cattle along in the aummer, delivery
to be made this fall. The price, so we
understand, was in the neighborhood
of 122 per head for all branded cattle.
M. Sanders made a trip to Summer
Lake this week, where he purchased
35 head of bucks from W. K. McCor
mack for $7.00 per bead.
E. E. Woodcock baa purchased the
residence of bis father, north of tbe
Woodcock & Barnes blacksmith sbop,
wbicb Mr. Barnes has occupied for
some time. In turn, Elden aold Mr.
Barnes bis residence on Main street
The two exchanged homes first of thai
Ray Dusenberry has bought Walter
Paxton'a residence property in tbe
south edge of town. Mr. Paxton will
build a borne oa bis 10-acie tract ad
joining Henry Hery ford's place, north
of town Ray is somewhat under tbe
weather. ' '
F.B. Long who haa been in Lake
County for several months, left Mon
day morning for Roseburg. where be
goea to close deal disposing of t
lanch at tbat place.
Frank Duke bought George Mo
Qraths' house down on the ranch yes
terday, and will move it to town,
SURVEY IS HEAR-;
Line From The West Is to
be Made Permanent.
SURVETOaS IN BlfiXES UllET.
Chief Engineer Journey Working
Under Mr 5tradly, wboe Head
quarter are la Lakevlew.
W. X, 3. 8. and Milton E. Bale,
wbo bave been connected with Ea
glneer Journey 'a aurveylag party la
making tbe railroad survey to Lak-
view, bave returned to tbe Falls. Tbey
left tbe party -Tuesday morning at
Long Valley, where tha camp ia now .
located, and state that Mr. Journey
expects to reach Lakevlew by tbe first
of the month. W. J. Hale stated' to .
a Herald representative this afternoon
that it was necessary in several in
stances to run aa many as four and
five lines in order to find a one per .
cent grade over some sections,., but
tbat the required grade bad finally
been established over tbe summit to
Long valley. From there to Lakeview
it will be an easy matter to find a sat
isfactory route, and tbe preliminary
aurvey will doubtless be completed ibk
about tbree weeks. ',
I Chif Engineer Stradley, under whom
Mr. Journey . Is working, viaited tba
lamp a few daya ago, and be gave, on
that, unlees something nniareeiaa
should occur, Immediately on reaching
Lakevlew Mr. Journey would rettu-m
over tha Una and make tha perauuteat
survey, eat stakes and put It la reedl-
nnaa for construction work. Tula laoc
would apparently insure tbe early con
struction of tbe line, for it le Bot like
ly tbat such work woo Id be ordered .
unlees It waa tbe intention togoaneaa
with tha work. Klama.h Fella Day ;
Andy Hudspeth and Tom Sizer pur
chased the beef cattle of R. F. moGon
aughy, Cbaa Fee, A. S. and R. O
Ward and Herman Schadler. Tbe
price was not learned but It is said
tbey received a good figure. Bidwell
S. S. Leader.
Enoa McDonald, Dell Brattain, Wm
Dohkinn and M. Laurltzeu have
atartait thnlr tlAAf Cattla for MelTlll.
W.'B. Owsley aod Payne k Jackson
bave sold their beef to Jaok Horton,
of Bonanza, for 6W and 7 cents, says
F. M. Cooper sold a span of horses,
harness and wagon to Wm. Hough for
thia week a box of tbe
finest peaohee one ever flopped his Hp
m. Jim Foster, tbe uum-
mer Ukefruii grower.
has ooe of tbe finest orchard! of It!
... i- .. .tut nf Oregon, tie ai-
ways baa lot of all kind! oi iiuw
..'.n.. Bilver Laker with
aui'i'M" . .
f..,tt. Mr. Foater never forget! to,
seud The .Examiner a bo of peacbe:
Timber Seekers Still om. .j
... . . j i i-i
A crowd of pimoeriaua aeeaera
.,i i r frnm tha north end of
BU ,u mmJ . m t - - r
the oounty Sunday and will await the li
time to make filing on tbeir claims,
wblob will be tbe SStbOSnu-Wsgner
Is In the crowd. Wellne at the laud
office la growing longer every day,
sometime! aa many as 10 oi 20 are ad
ded to the lineup in a day. Several
hundred are yet to oome ia from tbe
timber, and It U estimated tbat oloae
to 1000 people will be on band tbe
28th to file on land. Borne of tnem'
of course, will be disappointed, as Ib
averal Instance aa many aa six or
eight paitle are after tbe same claim.
There has been no change In the sys
tem adopted In the lineup. Tboao lu
line register a! they appear, ana bi
o'clock each morlnng and again 4
o'clock In tbe evening they line up
and auawer to the roll oall. They are
releasd then, and may go where they
If nna ia absent when tbe roll is
called the next In line takee tbe place
and bolda it thereafter, and 11 ue
miaatnif nart return! for the next roll
oall be or abe muat stand at tbe foot
of the class. Very fe vaoanolee
pecur, bowever, aa all ere eager to
old their olaoea. ana ere iueri,
m hand at tbe appointed hour,
Mr. Melvlu D. WUllama, who did
..,.u..i..0 tar tha Hewitt Land
r. An Wait Kide. haa purobased
a. interest lu the Klamath Abstract
Co., of Klauiatb Falls.
From tbe Crook County Jouranl we
oiaan the following atocknewi: .li
Cram bought 100 of f seders from An
drew Noble at t35 to 137 per bead.
W. W. Brown bought 100 two year
old eteere from J. U. Gray at3,' eeuta
nar-nnnnil an fooL The Cattle Will
avaraaa 950 oounda or better.
C. U. Dearly aold 800 apring lamrja
to Wursweller Co. for rJ.au per
Dick Vandervert aold 200 bead of
stock cattle, bis entire band ,to L. 8.
Loagn, of Crook,
Bilver Lake Oregoolan.
Z. G Harria started 150 bead ot fat
cattle for Klamath Falls Monday.
Henry Eslt arrived In the valley
from California, for another oonalgn-
ment of horses.
a a ltla haa aold hie beef to
Horace Mitchell, a Klamath Falls buy-
yer, at 6 aad 7 cents, about ww neaa.
r.rant Hvland. of Klamath uaren,
reoently sold 400 head of fat cattle to
T. Hunt, of Ashland at o and 7 eeuia,
Mn,t r tha Ft. Klamath eatumea
are aelling their beef In Ashland tbia
u, tn A. T. Hunt
- ..... a . . fflHA..
Walter Kittridae ana una.
thai. heaf. about 850 bead,
fn. market yesterday. U. U. avau
l Hrlwlna with t'aem.
P 3. Laltrla and C. K. 'ajoauna
-ui i.... at nnna to drive tbeir beet
patUe to maraet. . .
A. M. Baxter expic-U to resume tn
i.nMa rU, hout tha first of Wpvetoa.
He rounded up about DO bead nis
To Change the Mall Service,
A oelttion waa circulated, in Lake-
view Monday praying that tbe present
mall service on the south be expedited.
The petition waa eigned by aeveuty
bulsness men ot Lakevlew. It askee
that the N. O. O. trains send the
malls on from Madeline the aame eve
niug ot their arrival at that place, in-
stead ot remaining there over nignv,
which brines tbe mails to Lakevlew
twelve hours later than they were for
merly delivered here beiore ine trains
began to run through to Likely, xne
demand to be placed either back oa
tbe old schedule, or be expedited, ia
universal all along the ana irons
Madeline to Lakevlew. It is to be
hoped tbat the N. C a people wiu
readily see what an Inconvenience It
la to the patrona ot tba line to aavo
tbeir mail delivered 13 to 18 houra be
hind time, aud will ooueede to our
wiahee. A little later on in tbe winter
.hn tha roads get bad between Da via
Creek and Alturaa, we will not get our
malla that should arrive lu tbe middle
nf tha afternoon until the next boojb.
aa that portion ot tbe road, under the
present schedule, will have to oe gona
over In the night time, while If the
mall waa not delayed at all, tbat road
would be reached early In the morn
ing, and leaa difficulty would be en
countered In crossing It, Tbe N. C
a haa always been fair with our
people and we bave no reason to doubt
that If the true situation waa preaaat
ad to them, and an earnest eppeal
made to them, they would favor aa la
tbia Instanoe, We hope for the beet,
Tha natrolt Amerloau aud the Chi
cago Nationals played ball at Chicago
Oct 0 and 10, for tbe woria a cnawp-
lonship. The first game enda ta a e
in the 12th Inning, when It became
too dark to play, Tbe aoore etood a
to S Tha next day Ohtoago won m a
score of SI to one. v .
rihiftaa won the Worlds' champion.
ahin the fourth day ot the aerlea, Tbe
last gums waa won by a score ot toO,
I y- The Boxlag Context,
V Tbe boxing touteet at the Opera
Ilouse laat Friday night wae, "abort
and sweet" Toe Unit coup oi
rounda the contestants, wtUlama ana
Duval, sparred pretty weH m t&e
game waa snort, ending i a craw i-
htbe fourth round.