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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1909)
hmke fertility Eramnrnmieiit
NOW ON FOR
Hill and llarriman Both
Struggling for Mastery
of This Great In
I'im tlniwl Journal. 24: Oregon
greatest railroad nr U Impending.
'Mi.. mtim of tin- llrat hut tie Ih In the
ItcM'liuii'ii canyon; oppoNing general
IIP' ilircclliig I IH- iikul i" """IM
and wt'Mrrii railroad olllcen.
'We're going t b'lll'1 II in i I r lit 1 1
up 1 ) liuifH i Ivi r Into IVntrHl Ore
gon," John l. Porter, aciilor nem
Ut ( tin' railroad i out ructing Mi ni
l Porter UroH . announced with ll'iul
Ity while fti Portland tlilM morning.
Thru I"' proceeded to give convincing
verillcatlou of l lie nf atetiiclil
"We have urtliMHi the Oregon
Trunk Itiillroad company h rlKlit "I
wny. It antedate anything t hut
1 1 m i rl inuii ha, our survey huve
Iim ii accented. All we huve lo ilo It
to liullil llli'l We're going to
pihkly. flu- nxi'l will Ih- of the
l, l iiokhIIiIi ruiiKti net Ion. F.very
coii.lnerutlou of exp. nc. every ilttail
of count ruction him been provided
f,.r. Ouring iiion- than u year c
have Imtii ipitclly preparing f"r thin
move, lull Hi every luiulicn nccrclly
..n that no knowledge of onr plan
'(! Ii I K-' lo I III' l'" lll HI.
IClpCtt U Hlll'l 1'lglll.
" We ti l it tight lli'H " III make
new hUtory lii rullniinl roiiMtrii'Mion.
ThU, Imh-iiumi In place ( In- llurrlniHii
mirvi'.V overlie olirn, Ullllfl CHHHllly.
loo. ' Our, tboii.-li, I" ill'' senior
right. We will hold whin we hne.
'Bridge will only need ! built
iicroKK I In- li.Mtiiuti'M In iiIiomi three
place. t'lii'fi'Hl of coiiHtrilriloii will
l iitiivl.r icuHoi.able. At nil places
along tin' iwnrowiT purl of licM'liuti'K
riiuvoii ilitri- In room for lint h rouiln.
'lln- ilarrliiiuu 'opi' lmv' Ihi-ii
lolu till' dotf III lln-lll:IIIKi f t III
ullordlhK Ci'lltriil (HVKOU UllllMpoMll
I urn fiu'lllt'tK. 'I'liU Ih t In- rvnl fni't;
I I ur rl iiuiii iii'vcr lnii'inii''l to ImiiM lip
t lit- JlowllUK'N. II" Mllllieii i lie - "'
with lake aurv.'.VM. iineiKiuiK mi i
time to enter the Mlac from the moiiiIi
by Kluiualh Full mid luiu nil Inter
ior trufllc mid liiiMliu-na Into California
1 1 ii 1 Sun Krunclnco.
("uiiilil Iohh Have Changed
"C(iinlil Ioiim have ii'i'v changed.
We have Rotten In there nln(d nf
htm. We have c rr. lliiiiK uliHolutely
our way and we will build our rail
road wlihout reference tn any ot hern
Harrlinan will leitld. too. imw that
the great rlcliiieM o( I In Central Ore
Con country ban liaan forced home
.Showing that feeling U'lvvccn1
I'orler Hint hern ami the Harrlinan
H.VHte :l Ih not of the heat, l ih lear I
tiiat never have i he O. K. X. Iiiich
been uhciI In moving auppllcM to the
iN'HchtHcHC'III.Vnll. Wornlug Willi I he
ulliioMt eecrecy water lraiir.porla-I
Hon hurt uhva.VM been in-ed. Nenrl.v I
every dil.V recelii l i he llllle li.i li rt!
ban lieen ciht iiig out of lViilundj
from M to l"i bend of hoivca s hli h
will lie iiaed In coiiHtriiciioii work.
Every plan lin been nii-ccHHful. The
wiiiiiim me moving out on the right
ul way. .Men n re mi t he ground and
i-uiiKt riicl Ion Ih beginning In charge of
" roller Hint Ikth are building the
l ew line," declared T. I. Poller elil
pliatlcally w hen naked If Hill wan not
hack ol the eulcriirlMc. "That an
lioiiiiceinent Ih enough for theprcH
ent." be added. "l'orter BrotherH
have control of the hIUiuiioii and will
liulld for the pie of Central Ore
gon a railroad I hat till bring IiiihI
iicnh to I'ortUud.
Have No Terinliial.
"Neither have wo doclded oil a ter
minal. We are going to get out In
the country where anyone' could
build a railroad and we can go an
lnr an we like and iih far uh IiuhIiiunh
UHlltlea. We know I hut opening up
the new country will be certain in
i-esultH. We don't link any guarantee
of ii Mtlpulatcd profit on the Invest
Col ter Hrothcirt built the X oil"
Hank road in the (ace of great oppo
Hltion. Thla they did for Hill, mid In
u way that won the inaguate'H
cord'Hl approval. It Ih more thuii
HiiggitHtitd Iu railroad circlca that Hill
Ih making good Mm declaration once
made that he would Hoinetiine pen
etrate interior Oregon, but no an
nouncement of thla kind was made
bv Mr. l'orter thin morning.
A wrcKtllug match will take place
Sept. 6th at the Snider Opera limine
iM'twccii NeU JepHon,- of l.nkevlw,
nnd 4. C. CniveiiH, of Klamalh
FhIIh. The purHd Ih for f200, or 100
ou side hot. TIcketH will IkJ Hold 10
or It days before date ot match, and
ut the door. Doors open at 2:110 and
oil at 3 . m. Hoth are good mou
and the content will prove an ex
Uov. Beuson bus turned down the
goveru'orshlri bee, and desire to run
ou the ticket a Secretary of titate.
Free Farms are
Nearly All Gone
According to the Cumin ll;inr
Aicrtci 1 1 rirw tli'tnt urn i ilv ".7 I .'"'
farina in th United StMl.M. Him
lim.om.uoo people now
in Mm emu trv. h:kI Hi" census
growing every day. Population
I'rmiMfiM. Illlt lh.1 BiriHUO KtHUM
Diiiiio. ('an you not see what tin"
means? Onlv win tn -0 of the pres
ent ( i l itt Ion can now own fiirniH.
Have you got your farm? If not
get Ihinj no for yourself, ami thm-p
ear to you, who Bin dependent upon
you for their future welfare.
OF WORTHY MEN
An Alturas Paper Gives
0. V. L. Co. Credit
Th AlturHH, Calif., New .
the nth IiihI, him lon artli'le upon
tint pirn-Inn ot ii Mti'Hinpr on the lake,
from which we clip the follow iiiK ex
I'nr lrraia ami learc. ther haw l i-i'u
talk of a Mti-auihoat for (ioofi) Lake
viilli.r. hut not unlike the myth of
i l..i,iiiiu tint lake. lhl the fc heme
1 bUiiV" 'He a natural il'iilh. It ban
i remained for the Oregon Valley Land
. Cimiiiaiiy lo lirinti thia ai'heme to a
j real l.at iun. and lit lact n real, live
' ileainlioat (iooae luke will iiri-ly
Thla euuil iiny have lieimiiie fainoUH
fur their larne liuaiueHH deulit and
veiiturea, and It name to day i in
the mouth of all. They are i-ouvert-intf
denerla Into fertile valleya, hnild
luu Irrigation iraualH of murfult ude.
ami have Hold rontractn for land to
no Ii'hh than li,"1"' people lrom nil
narta nf tl 6 world.
'1'hl'ne people IliUMt nt into thic
I country by hoiiih menna, and it U up
to the Oreuiui Valley Lund Company
' to itet them here at a nominal price,
j lhe I'ompaoy expect to have the
1 riad and boat mrrice in operation
l befi,re inn weekn, and a re puntiiuK
I the work with all poaHlble Hpeeil.
Deapite the comment to the cnn.
I trary, the rnHldentH of thin oouuty
jahould hall with dolU-ht the a Ueut
; of Ibl ro iipnuy to this county. It
in nttidit thouHatwi upon tlioiiHai.ds
i , ... ,,. , u-ill
, , , i,N ,l ,,. ,re t,i
; a Ivertldtt this country than na ever
i hefore been done by every resident
' of the county. This is nctnul uevel
j dpii ent
i And when Iheirrou ! is in operai ion
.Hii'l a real live steamboat treads the !
. lucid waters of the bountiful lake,;
I think whnt it wi 1 uieiin to this pail ;
lof the world. Think w hut a summer!
j and health resort this county will!
I develop into.
j To the Oregon Valley Land Coin !
any w hoever you are, ami fro u where j
ever you hail, we lilt our hats to you. ,
A Man, 7fYears Old, j
Walks Across the
Pedestrian Weston, 71 years old.
who nccoiiiplished the remarkable
feat of walking from th- New Vork
postolllce to Hun l-'ranciscu postolllce
in lll.r days was much put out iu his
failure to iicoompl ish the journey, iu
1(H) duyn. He got oil on time until he
struck California, where the hot
weather was too much tor him, mid
erinpled his feet, so tb t he did not
make good time. The following
proscription Westou uses on his feet:
lMssolve one colfee cup of crystal i.eil
salt iu from six to eight quarts ot
water. Hut he feet In this for twenty
mliiutes. Dry well an I then rub with
witch hazel, (iuiininteed to euro sore
feet, will prevent corns, callouses,
blisters anil tender spots.
Fossil Bones Discovered
A lied of prehistoric fossil bouea
has been recently discovered in
Pueblo valley Iu Northern llumbolt
county, Nevada., near the Oregon
line. This discovery is in the vicin
ity ot Thousand Spring Creek and al
ready a party of professors and stu
dents forml the University of Call
forniu are inspecting the Uud aud
gathering epeoimeus. A uumber of
skulls aud bones of the mammoth
and other extinct animals have beu
found. ''The country contains a pet
rified forest beds of lignite coal, aud
iu places aome flue one Is were picked
up. The opal bed bus been located,
but tbe bouea are there for the tlrst
Hogs, live weight are l'.),05 in the
Portland market. Just wait till Hill
gets here with his railroad, aud Lake
county will show the world aome
thiug Id tbe bog producing line that
will ojpeu the eyea of the l'acino
LAKKVIKW, LAKK COUNTY, OltKCiON, JULY 29. IMP.
HAMIIMAN NOW BUYING THE
RIGHT OF WAY TO LAKEVIEW
Corraling Pit River Canyon, to
Shut Out Hill From Building:
to San Francisco
Tim I' xanijuer Ih Informed on the
' very hftl of nuthoi ty that lixht of
' way aKi'iita of 'he Koutheru l'acillo
liiil I roil I Company are now actually
j in the Held bujiiiK llht of way out
I of AlturiiM, and are handed for Lake
! view !
What doea thin inea-r
Nothing mora nor lef-a than actual
' conatri cl ion in the near future !
I Hut, from where, and to what paint?
I The llarilman iVMtem Iibh no raiU
lull nearer than Ceno to the aouth.
and none doner than Weed to the
Why thin hurry, then, at tbi par
Surely, noma one mut huve ecared
llrriinan Into immediate action!
Our word for it That mu in .Ja'oex
Veiy well, but w by?
I-'nr the Himple reaton thai the one
feanihle outlet from aont heaHtem
( Ireuon to San Kraiieii-co
i ro canyon ! iie
here and Alturas.
Occupy that and,
Ciller Mr. Hill alMi wail to no
thr wuli that canyon, at a renter ex-
peime of coiiHtructiou, tlia thiurf
WkhIihIi mi-h what will he the
Mr. milt of thin Midden awakeniu of
Jim Hill ha the reputation of be
IiiK itomethliiK ot a Koer. ami a htayer'
once ho et in to do a thinw, ai Mr.
Harriman baa learned l.elore, and
more than that, the ay input hy and the
huppi rt o the people of Ka-Ueru Ore-
THE IDEAL WOMAN
By Ih Rev. Dr. LYMAN
HE iJeal womau must
makes walking well nigh
h-r hands when it comes
TAKE EXERCISE AND LET PAINT AND POW
DER GO IF SHE DESIRES RED CHEEKS. She must not be
the servant "f the milliner and dn-s.-ioaker. She must not change her
stvlcs at ti e dictation of men in Paris. HER HOME MUST BE
HER PALACE, and she must be industrious, sympathetic, ener
getic, enthusiastic, motherly and a true friend.
A woman's idea of modern industry is playing bridge whist morn
ing and nij'lit. Her idea of modern life is to be supported by some
THE IDEAL WOMAN DOES NOT CONSIDER WORK UNWO
MANLY. S.HE BELIEVES THAT WHATEVER CONCERNS HER HUS
BAND CONCERNS HER. IF THE IDEAL WOMAN'S FAMILY FINDS
FAULT WITH HER COOKING, SHE DOES NOT BLAME THE COOK.
ING, SHE BLAMES THE FOOD AND CHANGES IT.
WOMAN WAS MEANT TO BE MAN'S COMPANION, AND IF THE
IDEA WERE PROPERLY CARRIED OUT THERE WOULD BE NO AFFINITIES.
LAKE COUNTY ANP GOOSE LAKE
VALLEY TO HAVE A FINE FAIR
A large aud euthnsisstic, and repre
seutative meeting of tha Board ot
Trade was held last evening.
After a geue,al discussiou it was
decided to organize at ouce and take
immediate action in procuring alarge
aud representative exhibit of the agri
euPtual products of Lake county, aud
of the entire (loose Luke Valley ou
both sides of the the State Line.
Iu order to bring out the fullest
and best display possible, persouul
solicitation is to bo made to t very
man intrested, or who holds prop
erty here, to subscrito for a fund to
be used for the purpose nf giviug
premiums for exhibits of graiu, alfal
fa, tame and wild grusses, fruit, veg
etables and the like that cau be se
cured. These premiums are to be iu
cash, and of siittlciunt amouut to in
dure our farmers, ranchers, garden
ers aud orchardista to tiring out the
hast aud largest display of their agri
cultural products from all parts of the
county uud valley to this fair.
It is the purpose to make ibis a
representative display of every var
iety of farm products that cau be
grown here, both by means of irriga
tion, aud also by what ia kuowu aa
The object ia to show the people
who will be here at the opening of
the Oregon Valley Land Company
lauds iu September just what cau ba
expected of thia region iu au agricul
tural way.lt ia certain that these new
comers will be greatly influenced by
what they will aee at this Fair. Foi
that reason everf part of the couuty
a lion Id be
represented, Aiauy or
these people will want homestead
and many will dogire to purchase ,
farms or lands, aud their deciaiou iu 1
that matter a ill result entirely from
what each section of Lake couuty aud
Kon, wlie.i ll cornea io a aoow u'ini
will be found on the hide of Mr. Hill, j
lnnt foiKet that, Mr. Harriman!
Now another thliiK, wbo owna the
N. C. ).?
Not lliirriman, that la cur. j
Ih It Hill? j
la it Would? I
Or hae theae two men combined to :
Kive llurrimau the j U of bin life? I
W r. hope ao !
It now looka ua thonh thinKa, ao
far aa coucenia the KuHtern Oieon
railway nituation, are comin faat j
and f urioiiH !
. . ... t ...
Mr. Jamea J. Hill, we salute you : j
Vcu are the man who placed tbej
breath of II a into thin (Ireat Inland ,
Kmpiie. and reat ahall tie your re-j
Oregon Seattle Build
ing to Be Permanent
.. . , ! this yer produced 4fK) gallons. Katr
Covernor lieuou will pi ul ut ly aug- f gHme b gepn 8t the
Ket to the next (Jreiin eKllature , nf ,Jrenkel A Fuioe. Tw0 ye,r9
the idea of taking the Seattle display j he BHme treeg prodllced jiVJ gal-
to Salem. 1 he cost has been ftnuiod. One braoch then 2', feet long
at uiioiu iu,wu, tuu iur iuib uoo
two-third ot the 1UJ,000 display iu
the Oreiion building could te savea.
The elaborate decorations BDd pano
rama worked iu Oregon Krains, the
handsome wool panel ings and other
decorative features ot the interior of
the Oregon building will be moved
intact, ir the pUu H carried out. It
is Relieved at the cIomj of the exposi
tion the Oregon bui.diug will lie pre
neoted to the State Uuivervsity.
ABBOTT of New York.
discard all shoes the size of which
impossible. She must not consider
to a question of work. She must
(louse Lake Valley will have to show
Once those people are here, we
want to keep them, and there in
room and opportunity here for all
who may deeire to com'.
In view of the foregoing; It was
urged that each rancher be Induced
to make the beet poHHitile exhibit of
bin products for the good of nil.
The time i nhort but earnest work
should producd good rHiilrn, and ea
IHH'lally ho as nature this year baa
been ni ost bounteous In her gift to
The Kxamlner will refer to this
Tbe following are the inlnuteH of
July JS. 1 skill, 8 o'clock P. M.
On 'motion it was decided to hold
a fair in September, 11KI9.
. On motion It wan decided to raise
funds for defraying1 expense of fair
On motion it wan decided that
three co in in it teen tie appointed, one
to nolti.lt huIihci iptioiiH, one to ne
cure place for exhibition of prod net a
and one to prepare premium iihis
each committee to be componed of
The chair appointed the following
On Holleltatloui. . L. Snelling, b.
V. Uehartand A. II. Ilaininersley.
On nluce of exhibition: Harry
Hailev. r. M. Miller and I'aulel
On preniluniH: 1. J. Wilcox, Chaa
Umbach and V. Lair Thompson
in motion meeting adhiurned to
meet at 8 P. U. Friday July .10. 1U0
Mrs. Ueo. llhner and children and
Mr Mux Koehl arrived from Chicago
veHterdav to loin their husband",
who recently located on the Went
Hill is Taking
Poor Harriman !
Vice Preeldeht Knitt-chniM, h
i.bief ll'-otannut of I larriiiinii, him
come cut from New York to Oregon
on hurrv call. Thnt (Jrent North
ern Hull Yiin Hill, tenring nwiiy at
linn I uift r' fence around Kiiafein
On g' n. miiHt Im- a drendful thing and
eepecinllv mo when poor Mr. Ilnril
ninira rli -uuiat inrn i o Imd. conir
ielllng him during tlioa- Htreiiuoua
iIhv to reui ilu In Old W'ien, t'l
rlrlnk leer unt cut pretzi'N!" It la
reiil inenn oi Vim to tnke hiicIi an un
fair ndvitiitnge ofJKd But Kiati-rn
Oregon people mm v t I'.ull.v for you,
Rancher South of LaKe
view Grows Fine
F. 1 IIodh is anotrer successful or
chardis!, who resides nine miles
th of Lakeview. His cherry trees
nroduced by actual measurement 7'2
trallous. That would be bard to equal
aDywbere. The verities are Koyai , tbeir lutereU conflict he has by rar
ADne and Lambert. Mr. Ross also j the De6t 0f it. His line is tbe most
bus a fine crop of winter apples com- practicable and tbe most cheaply coq
iog on. He is a comparative new j BtrUcted.
comer from Missouri, having been j "few people realize what the re
here about three years, and says the I BOurces of interlor Oregon are, es
(ioose Lake valley is good enough for . pecjaiiy those living in that section.
Regulations Under Which
They May Be
Tbe deer season will open August
1 aud close November 1. A few sali
ent roints of the same code relating
to deer are noted :
Buck deer Season open from Aug'
ust 1 to November I. Unlawful to
kill more than rive io one season.
Uulawfui to hunt between one hour
after sunset and half an hour before
sunrise. No deer meat whatever may
Female deer Unlawful to kill at
It is unlawful to use dogs or to'
watch stands or trails. j
No young deer or spotted fawn may j
Raises Small Fruits and;
Some Fine Vege
tables W. O. Cressler aud wife and Mrs.
Delia Cobb and Geo. ll iukuis uutoed
out to Cox Creek on the West Side
Sunday, and stopped ut the ranch of
Barney (Jruniau. There they found
big pa'us full of fresh, luscious straw
berries, all ready at hand for a big
short cake, which with a tine string
of biook trout, made a meal a kiug
might enjoy. Mr. (Iruman's place
is up iu the mountains, aud such
strawberries, raspberries aud the like,
that he produces cauuot be excelled
auywhere in quantity or quality. He
also has cue of the tiuest gardeut in
the couuty. This, too, up were
most people imagiue nothing will
grow. Mr. (iruman's Hue garden aud
berry patch gaes to prove that tbe
half has not been told of thepioduct
iveness or capability of this Golden
(loose Lake Valley.
Looked Good to Yim
It is (claimed that tbe Pacific tic
tiHteru railway from Medford acronn
the Caseaden by way of Crater Lake,
can reach Central Oregon!ou a lower
grade thau ia possible for llai riiuau'n
Klamath-Natron line, now under
construction. Kroui Medford there
in a water level route to the ocean at
(lold Beach. 11111 Is a stickler for low
grndea and deep water outlets.
Tbe Exaniiuer was the
paper in Oregon to get at the real
facta aa to the invasion ot Hill into
Oregon. And that ia g-dug aome for
a weekly, when there are such
dailiea in tbe state aa the Portland
Journal, Telegram aud tbe old Ore
gouiau wbeeziug along in tha reart
Tells Some Wholesome
Truths About Our Sec
tion, and Predicts a
1 Francis I. McKenna. one of tha
I prominent real estate rne.n of Fort
! land, after making a trip from tha
1 Columbia river, up the Deschutes
and through Kanter Oreiou to Klam
! ath Falls, in the Herald or the 21th
host., euthuiesstically ta'.ks of Jina
) Hill's lovasion of Eastern Oregon, aa
I follows :
' "This section is the most wonderful
in Oregon, and tbt, futture will sea
i may great fortunes made in Eastern
i Oregon. I have f r some time
looked with a good deal of suspicion
on the reooited mvasion of this state
, ty the Hill railroad, but buv doubts
lever had were quickly dissipated
i after I mada the trio. He has by all
means the best right of way
railroad in to interior Oiegon
, ao .itaated that the Harriman people
in haye to come to him. Wherever
1 1 presume that history will repeat if
self, and the newcomer Wl" D0 luw
ruan w.bo will, as a rule, reap tbe
j harvest in the development. 1 Dave
found many people here resident
and property owners who have been
most too willing to discourse ou tbe
: drawbacks tbey think are to be found
bere. Ten years from now you will
bear these tame people tell you bow
much tbey could have made if tbey
! bad pursued a different course. It ia
' eo tbe world over. It wag so iu Port
"No state in the west will see the
same amount of development that ia
to be made In Oregon in the next ten
years. Tbe people are talking of it
all over the country, and when they
talk it means that tbey are sure to
Team Paws a Box of It
With no Serious
i Taj A It irn
PUiiijiler talU of
j this exciting
experience wuu ayoa-
I mite: Beu Lauer and Mr. Shirap
I went up to Gonss Lake S&turday and
I had an exierierce tuy will uot soon
rorgei. iseu was uriviun ms uuw
teuui. uud arnviug ut the beat laud
iug. tied the horses to a juuiper tree.
It happened that some oue left a box
under the tree in which was ten
sticks of giaut powder This , of
course, as all uubekuowu to Ben
who, after tyiug bis team went about
bis busiuess. When he returned one
ot the horses was standing with his
foot iu the r-ox. and bad trampled
the powder into a shapeless mass
The other horse had got wound up in
such shape that it was uecessary to
cut the tree down to release him.
How the powder escaped explosion
is a mystery, aud Beu considers he
is very lucky, as there was euo iglj
powder iu the box to huve blown bia
."00 team aud carriage to the king
dom come. It is safe to say that -the
next tree to which Hen ties his team
he will see that there is no box or
Harney Times. 17: All the borsea
kuowu to have been stoleu recently
ou Silver Creek have been recovered,
but the men accused of the theft have
uot been caught Tha auimals be
longing to W. C. Cecil were found on
the rauge but tbe stock belonging to
W. L. Best bad beeu disposed of to
Wai. Welch, at Izee. It seems two
strangers soil Mr. Welch nine head
nf horses for 100, but eight had be
longed to Mr Best.
It is reported tbe men weut to Can
yon Citv thence out to the railroad,
claiming they had to be in Peudletou
Harriman ia ad verthnir for 1,000
! men to worx on railroad conatructlon
Klamath 1'alln. The huinpter
Valley railroad wanin men ami waiua.
The Porter Bros, of the Oregon Trunk
up the Deachutea are aeourlng tha
couutry for meu and teaum. All thla
Farmers need Lake County Ijiud.