Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, January 28, 1909, Image 1

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ittitl luliiiieiil nl ii licit ftui'iir linli'iy
Ini'iinx In ii town, mi I tin' 1 1 1 1 i I 1 1
ruiiiiliy ini'l fiMily a ln"i mi
almost ci xi it I I'iii lint' in I i r I 'ml
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devoted to I lo-ir vi n.'. I It.
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hi Liili-vl'-tv ilium, .in. ill ii. cull nil in
llll-i- of HUT ' nl. ll lull I'V S'VI-rnl
tl;i.iit.iii.. ulit Ii In tni ) sm nl I mi . m
Increased liiiliii'M" iin.l ptuspiritv fur
every f 1 1 lent. Its i-uining mi iiII
hIhii ini-'in e.n ly cutlet i iii'I mil i.f mil
niii.it', ruiliiitt'iu frmii l.iikiii' hi ii
renter. 'I'liii tent-Ills l i In' ili'tnuil
would In ill ll It; ll inriili-liliilli- l"l
LaketieA mi I tin. tril.itltiiy country.
The cuud it ii u- In' 1 1 hit such ii (limit
urn I leal. Ui' lime ih null, mi l ex
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tlii-iii ihii lit- no luld-r liM-nlity
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Iivi-Iiiiu I fur t lii'ii m iiinl f : f i il n .
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tuiii-lu-il iipun. it il-Mth H tlif iluty
nf i'Vi ry i.i. ! Inn- t i irml tin- l'-lti-r ni
!'ri riilfiit Mm I in, j-ilii: jlli' I l.clnw,
itti't llif-n tu tui.ii imi'intn f'.rnri liim
nil il. tin hii I m I ii-uliir. i i-l.il ink I i
tin- cil.j"ct Mini ii lum. llili- tu In- nil
l.iini. I. 1 1 i- t-'-i-urititt 'I l.i' t fif ir
liirtiity nil-nut ci-ii- nl t iiu l.iii t
t'linh in Oi'-.iiii, u ll fi I-.tki'V i.-.i. ii'il
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fi-Ki-.l Jnr In Mr. M i ! i i -Imul I In
pi'iinl t ri-iit liii:i :
KmifiiM City. M I'm. 1 1. V.xr.K
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J 'IUi ti'-i fit' IlIHkitl ft ft -"ItftP
I "-t fni'tfiry In I, i ii't i iv i- :ii-,iir-'l.
We kn nv i,i 'in li"t r 'vny tu wt
lliin iiifni mill nui tliHii fur you,
t hrnutjli tin c ilu 'ri-i nf yu ir npi-r,
tu M-k thf riti.Ti-. nf d,i','i. f.iki- nil-l'-y
fur hip-fi i nfur-i ni lull nit'n-v n.ny
fuvnii t tj i h nilji'i't. I'hi-! m h s-p.'n-lul
uppnrttuiity tnr tli; .".p; nf
(ifintu; Ifiki) valley to ht-riire. h f, l'-n-liij
iii'iiiitry. Jim f)yrr Co. i.-i mm
i f th- htr.'tiu'"Ht Cuii.tiiii) p.-. Il i-in-cinlly.
hi IIih liiihiin-.M. Wm ;is!c the
riti"ij( f LukiM i'-'.v mi I l;u('o. tu
iiirist us in i-ci'iirniL' thi- ntt'i nrisH
ny tiiviuu ih mii-fi inruruitil pui ! ' !it-y
limy linvi; i:n t fi nul.i-i-t
Wry truly y ' ui
Ori'K'in Viill-y 1iikI t'o.
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.iiiir w i . r k with hfiil-v-iniiil.
i H.in. hi r'-iiiir i
h t-uifir l.i-i-t liii'tuiy at
Hoag Gold PJliners an
Sacking Ore Good
1.000 a Ton!
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if inch
a Unit,
Gigantic Timber Lana
Frauds Uncovered
in Idaho and Oregon
r.tstofiii tor 1m
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litl.'1 t l ttt'.l nt V-!.li,Kllul ). C.
I :;ni i'.'ii-s, u h iHitik' tinii in- In. '
i ii . i in in luli-il it I'.. I (ll':ro nt Mim-ril
City in tin- linn,- iiiiiiiuu iliitrii-t.
Mr. I ) ( 'iiiiiinr i' x pi'i 1 14 imt i('i 1 1 uni I lit
I'i.mI Mn.lrr I't'iii'iiil Unit I In- dIIK'i-
Ulll Ik I-illll ll-lli'il. I 'lU'li'lit H'llt lllrll
i i-uiii nii-inli'il Mr. V('utiiiur n- Wm:
M 'iltiT.
A Reported Certain
Cure for Pneumonia
In Its Worst Stages
Wl.nt pruini lei ni" to unit tliU tu
tin' wnrl. I? A fni'iiil nl mint-, l'lnf
I'hHor lloiiry 1'. KuuiiiIh, roicHt-dr of
int'il li'lnit at (.'orni-ll I'nivcriity, lio
llil-.l with I'lHIIUlOll ill lltrt ('Ll iHt IllllH. ,
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n . . i .. i i. i nun nil inn Kt-nnt-iii' t-n H mi t l f'lLlu
nkill, Tl hxHimiior j.ul.l.nli it f,. r ,.,,,. uliva ,liMl! ,,,,.. ,v ttllPt !
inn unit ii'lvK t-, ami 1 htn-liy cliul '
W ASH I '( i'i i.V. .Iiinii ii y l:t Sinrt
liiiil infi rm tlo i nf nl 1 I it-t nn-lint;
Ir.nnN iipun tin- pnlul - I imU Iih i-uti;h
into tin.' puf-t-hHiiiu i. S fietnry t inr
lli'M I In niiuli pt-i'liil iit'iMiti '1 lit-
iillt-nnl ii n inn. li- Hint itpprm until I
H n I, l h n , ihI wortli uf Imul in St.tt .
in iin-ipiilly wi-t-t of tin- N i fi.---i;
liner Iiiivh lii-i-n fr'it.'l -iitly mipi irtil
within tin. list tun ycnrit liy ruinir
nt nitiN mi I mil it 1 1 ) t . 1 1 -t .
With it it-w t l't-iMivt-riiitf tln-rti
liui'ln Si'i-rctniy (inrlli'lil linn t lit lt-t-1
1-r m tu hit i r ii i n ii Unit? mnl Tiiwniy,
nt tht- S'-iuite an 1 lliiiie Apprnpri.i
t inn i-iiniinitti'i-M, ri-hi i cti .ly. tixkiiik.-f-r
mi h I'IiIiuiihI itpprtiiri::l mil nt
.'.iii.ii'm, which it trrmiteil. with that
tilri'iiily Ht-ktnl fur. will tfive thn !
I'lirtini'iit f l.(Hk,iitiil for that imrpure.
St-i'rctiiry (inrlli'lil nNo cul.initri it
tititti'incnt nf II. l. Schwnrtz, Chief
if tln I'it'ld St-rvii-i", (ihtiiiit nv-r
M'J.Otui ili-tinot i-tiiii-it nf ullt-Ufit Iiin l
frwudri 'loinuinliiiu further inve.itifH
lion. Of such CBrteit mviiitinn iuresti
Hit t Inn (heru me In Oreun l.HU;
'" tli I n u' 1 1 mi nn I .Vmtli I'luho, l,!-5i;
Miintiinn, :'.!'.-: Ct.lui inin. H.frjl :
Ariz urn, l'"!; Wytunin. Ul,l.'i"i; Utah,
uu I Nutt Mf-xifo. J.'.'OO.
OUR NEIGHBORS
SEEKINGJ BOOM
Tlio AlturHrt Kt-piililiciiii liiiys : A r t i
i-1i-ii nf iiifnirporHt inn nf thfi Alturas
KchI r.i-tnt anil Miuiiiu Kxi'lnuiL-e,
wen- llli"l In th' clerk's otlu-H
l"Ii in cnrntiMiij Una ju.st lii-en oriianized
unci in con.ptfeil nf h umii'X-r of cur
Null.), tulitutitnt). Ijiihln e.-.-t nii'ii wbo.4e
oliji-i-t in tl.o ln-tternieiit bu1 the up
ImilliuK "f Altur.iH bu I Mo.iinj
county. The otllctTH t.f thp incurpor
Mtiou nr" 11. 1-mit-r, Prii.li-iii : J. K.
Nili-s, Vice l'refi'leut ; S. K. Hunch,
Secret hi'V ; an I Luuin Shutv, Treaiiiirer
LHkerio' slionlil Imi-tir itai-lf in a'
fiimiliir wny.
Tie Tut Hifjwell C-.,. J Nniiiiit, nf
i I'im Jit mys : liy careful ntinjy hihI
I ilillk-t lit lul nr t lie Crinnl fj;i-- I iimi
iiu'him are fHi-t pliu'inn their mining
f if f " I : i - in i)e for the titl" of an
; (.'rent pi'u'l iiceiH na ther.. are in the
;ii' rth. '1 lie leilt-e upnn which nurk in
' lit-ini pruHHcuteil uu viijoruusly in
alxiut three feet ile and hicitatfiuK
! rapidly, the pay i-chute hii-h consists
j nf di-i-uiiipn-ed ip-mrtz is veiy rich
i and wiila-ray one tliotiHiiud dolliu per
ton nr tietter. The vein in in place
' and no doulit cxintn as to timlity At
present the force of miners are takini!
out from fifteen to twenty t-ack.s of
this ura le nf ore each day. The t-ecoud
rn 1 1 o ore taketi from the three foot
ledne MssayH tllty dollars to the Idu;
the third irrmle ore waste 11 71 per
ton. Note liy the description that
every ouuee of urouud iiroken and
taken from the five by seven foot tun
nels contains koM in cuttleieut 4uau
ities to justify savin?, none coiu? off
in inick. As fast as Kfoun 1 i" broken
the ores are separated ; the first Krade
lieiim sacked and handled by the crew
as carefully as thounh cot t in
d innionds.
The miners employed are LigL'y
elate I ever th" ri si cr and ".nul l
k'UJly fake up their waies in ftock.
i M ore miners be employed au I
next Monday will bey in worktutr h
d.nible f-hift.
THINGS ARE FINE
ON THE BESERT
d. L. Holbrook, the sfock man up
at .luuiper .Mountain, in the centre of
the county, was duiutr the metrop jlis
Stturday. Ho reports little snow
up there aud pleDty of rain. The
crass is starting np in spleudi-1
shape, aud ives bi promise of feed
for stock this year. He says sheep,
cattle aud horses, are in fine con
dition, and that all in all the prospect
is iood for bin things for the ctock-man.
Some ranchers up near Prineville
organized a rabbit bunt aud killed
4,371 of them, aud are to no alter
hundreds nioro.
News of Interest for
the Stock Growers
Tim fodnwliiK tins come into our
linuiln, hinl knowiiiK the ti-rriblu
duiilll lute tine to piintiiiion in, which
HueiliH to I iilf le 111111-1 i-xpeit liii-dical
the beni'llt uf our readers, feeliuu Hint
It at lea-t is worthy of u trial:
Kditor: Will you pli-ase nlvn inn
xppca lu your t upur fur the fulluwinu
mobt valuable informal Inn :
THAT NOHOhV NKKIM TO DIM
OK l'NKUMONlA.
Tu the medical fraternity mid the
iilbll.: I iiiii attain kiiuckitiu at the
lours of the HonpitinH, pulling nt Urn
hearti'ti Inu's of the ductois mid
appealitiK to ttio cnmuioti huuhu of the
public.
Why do they let people die of plicii
iuouIh when the lo. low inn simple
? remedy has niivcd not only myself but
all who have had a clinnctt to use II?
lu 'orcer.ter, Miins., Alaska, Heat tlo,
Ooldtleltl, i'liHitdtinii, and Los Antit
lea nt all thi'Mt places it has been
tried with iiulnilliiK illt-ct.
Durliitf my slay in I'liHinlena lut
wluter, I mud in the Los Auiicles
pnpurs of deaths from this sneaking.
dreaded disease (-allied pneumonia,
from two or three and up to live every
tweiity four hours. At last, on the
7tu of February, l'.HiH, 1 went to Los
Atiuelcti and mil the prescription lu
sertud lu tour of the Los Anueles daily
papers. The ruhlic. read it the Hth
of February, and what a chaiiL'o.
From the hii;li death rate during the
winter and bofiun that day, it stopped
suddenly. The daily papers recorded
only one deal h a day of pneumonia,
aud most all the victims were infants
Jess than one year old.
What was the cause of this sudden
chauuD? Let mo tl'll you. It was this
simple remedy, diaoovercd by mo
fourteen years ano. It can be hail at
any diu store lor !!." cents.
Ii'iie any doctor in the United States'
to come furivuid ami contradict me. j
1 am reinly to ilelcnd this remeily as
an absolute cine for piieiimon in, oven
in the last stiiKse.
I have s.'Ll this prt'st-ri uion to the
Stanford University, the Northwestern
('ullt'k'U of Medicine (('Iiicuko), (.or
iiell Uuiversity uf New York, aud to
numerous other places, even across
tu Kiiclnnd, to some of the moil
proini: out uidii there.
TH K KKMLDV
Saturate a ball of cotton as la rue as
a one-iucli marble, it tl spirits of
alcohol, add 'hreo drops of chloro
formed) each I ml of cotton, place it
between the patient's teeth, ami let
him inhale the fumes in deep lnon
breaths for llfteeu minutes; then,
rest for llfteeu minutes, or louder, if
needi'il ; then inhale aaiu for fifteen
minutes, ami repeat the operation, as
iilrecteil, for twenty, four Hints, kaml
the result w ill lie that the lung's w ill
expand to their normal condition,
and in ttventy four hours the patieut
is out of danger, ami in forty e i k 1 1 1
liniirs he is cured although weak.
ChmiK col toil often.
Poctors, try it. and usa it fori
humanity 'h sake aud the public tor
your own wellare. Cut this out It
may come handy some time.
Respect fully,
MAKH1UH A. KKDDN'IU,
A Student of lluiuiiu Nature,
!'J1 McAllister St., S. F.
Frozen and Drowned
On a "Pleasure Exer
tion9 Home at Last
It was 'Jll below zero at Prineville '
lu next county north of hero, aud the
Journal yells: "liee, but it is culd I"
Stock Stealing in Klam
ath Causing Trouble
The Merrill Keoord, 14th lust says: , dei ot the stockmen taking sum
Not bIucb theiato eltfbtleB ban there '""""y veuireuoe for their losses. Since
been au inuah -exciteinout iu the ; the above was put in type Welch has
Klamath county over cattle aud huen captured and is uow awaitin
horse btealinn as ot the present time, trlail. II U believed it will luiplioate
No trace hm been found of Welchwho aud expose the eutlre guug of thlovea.
oouiued a carload of stolen horses to .
10. Stewart and Co., of Hao Fraucisoo. llt'U'ii Had AinbltloiiN
The horses were found to belong priu- Helen, uod six, was tellioK Mary,
olpally to Henry Vinson of Laugtll sued seven, of her plana for the fut
Valley, and Mr. Vinson has since sold lire. "I'm going to be married, "
his reclaimed stock to California buy- she anuonnced, "aud have eighteen
ers, leaving Stewart several hundred children.'1
dollars looser. If the ouurt does not "Oh," gasped Mry. her eyes wide
do oniethlug In the very near future with amazement, "you nmrceuary
wltbt these thieve, there is great wretch I" The February Del iu eat or.
A. L. Thorntou. C. I. Arthur, Dr.
liovd, and Pete Orob arrived home
Tuesday from their trip to the Will
: aiiit tte valley. It took them four
j days w itb four hor.-es ou a tight coach
to make tho trip from Klamath Fulls,
j only UK) miles. At times they were
I plunging through huge suuw drifts,
j and other times were busy oinging
j "A Life on tho Ocean Wave," iu a
, sea of slush aud mud.
j They report a good time socially,
I but execrate the weather dowu there,
and are glad to get back home. In
(Portland the mercury got down to 4
; below, at Albany it was IS below, and
the cold iu that moist climate was in
tense. The boys brought home frost
. I ears from "Tho Homo of the
Hose" something they never experi
euced here. The teu-story building
in Portlaud were festooned with great
icicles, street cars were blocked, aud
one took bis life in his bauds if he
got out of doors. The yawp of the
real es-tate boomers, for once, of
"rses tho year round, " ami the like
was (tlfectually stopped, aud F.astern
people visiting there got a rest for
a while from their importunities.
Since their trip the tioldeu (loose
Lake valley looks exceo.liugly good to
the boys and they all say they will
never care to roam to other parts
again at I ast not iu the w inter time.
K O. Hunting, who left here a feu-
weeks since with the hunch of H. 1
u. fj., aid not go norm to freeze as
they did, but went to California and
came uear getting drowned. It was
nothing but rain, fog mnl washouts
w herevi r he went, lie had uotions
but now says ho would not give Lake
county for tho whole of California.
"And so say we all !"
Mayor Uailey. Or. Smith aud tiny
Ingram areexptcted iu from the
south today.
Very Much lCii;(i-itt(l
It w as reported that Oeo. Pen laud,
of Kagleville, over the line in Calif
ornia had died. Hut upon his walk
ing into the Alturas Republican
ottlce, hale and hearty, the editor
eays: "The leport of his death was
very muib exaggerated."
Altitudes and Dis
i tances in This Vicinity
Merrill Record. 14: G. W. Oflield
sold 1US steers and cows this week to
John Rooe, buying for M Rebel!,
receiving therefor 6 aud 7J c's. Mr.
Oflield is to hold these cattle until
Feb. 1st. This is the lust buucb of
beef of auy size in the community.
FredStukel shipped severa' carloads
of cattle to Montague for Svvaustou
& Son this week.
O. T. McKendree left yesterday for
San Francisco where he will deliever
a bunch of ebeep to Win. Taafe &. Co.
Cert Uarrows soil his steers to
Chas. Horton this week for a con
sideration of 7l.j cts. per pound, aud
his cows to Lew is CJeruer for G cts.
Mt. Horton also purchased 40 head of
steers fi-jin K. S. Terwilhger paying
7. cts. for them. This takes up
Dracticaliy the purchasable beef cattle
iu tb's community except those of O.
W. Oflield who has several head yet
iu the feed yard. The uieu who held
their cattle have made money by so
doing as cattle wnich would have
brought if'Jo per heaa Nov. 1st, have
nuw brought the owuers about 45,
aud this at the expeuse of not more
than fill per bead.
Roiiauza liulletiu, 21: Oscar Stew
art was iu towu Monday from the
Cierber ranch in Horsefly valley. II
left Tuesday for Merrill where he will
drive '200 head of beef cattle to the
railroad for shipment to the Calif
ornia markets.
Louis Gerber was in town Monday
from Klamath Falls, lie left the
next day with A. T. Langell for the
reservation where be has about 200
head of cattle which be intends to
drive to the Merril country to feed
bef r shipping.
A BIG FLOW IN
DREW'S CREEK
C. W. Watson, the bydrographer for
the Oregon VaUev Land Co.. who ia
keeping tab ou the water supply to
he used for irrigatiou was iu town
several c'a' a lui-t week from the dam
sites ou Orews and Cottonwood
j creeks. He reports that Drews creek
during the recent thaw had a flow of
50,000 acre feet. That shows .dearly
jtbat there will be plenty of water to
irrigate the whole of this valley.
Woodmen and Circle
Install New Officers
Hon. C. U. Sulder has given The
I Examiner the following table of dis
tances and altitudes, which are the
olllcial llgures of the U. S. Govern
ment and were made by Lieut. F. V.
Simous, of the U. 8. eugiueer aud
civil eugiueer corps. :
Distances Miles
Alturas to Wllow Ranch 31 84-100
Willow Rauch to State Line 7 7-8
State Line to Lakveiew 15 45-100
Lakevlew to Camas Prairie 10
Camas Prairie to Drake's
camp 15 IV2-00
Drake's Camp to Joue's
Rauch 16 08-100
Prineville to Lukeview 181 9-100
Altitude Feet
Alturas ... . 4 MO
Lake City .... 4(fvj
Ft. Uidwell .... 4612
Warner Valley - - 4'2i7
Tho above are official figures aud it
would be well for all interested to cut
thom out for refereuce.
Gooe Lake
Lakevlew
Drews Valley
40lr7
48'25
COUNTERFEIT MON
EY CIRCULATING
Counterfeit 95 gjld pieces are in
circuluticu iu town. Look out for
tbeai. The Exajuiuer man never bad
so much money at oue time, q .be
does uot know bow to detect the real
from the spurious.
Landlord Stein, of Mud Creek, was
lu towu yesterday.
Last Wednesday night the Woodmeu
of the World and Circle lodge held
joiut installation. The following
o Ulcers were installed iu the Wood
meu : August Storkuiauu Jr.. Escort;
Mariou tiarues. Secretary; Al Che
ney, Clerk; loui Watsou, Couuoil
Commauder; E. F. Cheney, Treas
urer.
The officers installed iu the Circle
were as follows : Mrs. Loreu Uailey,
Past Guardiau Neighbor ; Mrs. Mariou
Harues, Guardian Neighbor; .Mrs,
Uuibach, Clerk; Mrs Sim JArthur,
Atteudant; ; Mrs. Jouas King, Man
ager, Mrs. Jack Harry. Musioiau;
E. F. Cheney, Capt. of Guards; Mrs.
Dan Chaudler. Inner Sentiuel; Tom
Watsou, Outer Sentiuel.
After the installation ceremonies,
the members repaired to the banquet
room where they partook of a
tieliiioii.4 rnoarit nrennrert b IIia
! ladies of the Circle. Tho Lakeview
Hand was eugaged to furnish musio
and the remaiuder of tbe eveuiug was
Frank Smith, Magiclau; Mrs. Ida" speut iu dancing
Iowa Man Coming Here
The Deutsou (Iowa) bulletin, of the 'hup with him, aud we bespeak for h'm
6th iuBt oontaius au article- in which ioimtiuued success,
the furuituie business of Jlarteherj , -The Examiner will be glad to wel
liros. is dissolved after a very success j come thii gentleman aud beileves
ful career of several years, in which ; there is a Held of profitable usefulness
a trade tor a radius ot l'X) miles was I awaiting bim here.
built up from small begiuniugs to large j .
proportions. Tbe retiring partuer, -
lieu Hart cher intends to move to:!' An auto service is to be established,
Lakveiew, Oregon in tbe near future summer and wuter, between liurus,
where he expects the climate to agree. Hnev county, aud Vale on tbe rail
with bim aud where be feels there Are in Malheur county Our Alturas
great opportunt.es . for buisuea.upto serf ice was ail right during tba
Wherever be goes and whatever be summer but fell down durlug the win
does, he will ilud the best wishes ot alitor
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