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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1910)
rrwl-lont Wlllam H.Taft
Vie I'rentilcnt . . Jump S. Slu-i man
ftmrvtary of tal IMulamlir l Knox
Senrnary ot Trpamiry Franklin MacVuiyh
Secretary of War Jacob B Pleklnnon
Attorm-v Orm-ral Uoonre W . Wtok'tiiani
Poatinaatrr ()-nral Frank U. Illlohoock
(cruaryot Navy (?.Kr(te Von I.. Meyer
Prcrotary Interior Kiotiar.1 A. Halliiitcr
eorvtarT of Aaricnllnre Jmn lln
ecrpt'-ir of t'ommcroe t'harle Nagel
Chtel JiiKlitp Melvlil W. KmIut
plon Wurnff, IT. S. VnnniU'oramlwimiri
W.I?. Kirharil V. . l-aml t'ommii"vi
Bnar. I'ublic InMrm-lion
F. W. Boiiwn
F. W. Henon i
. eo. A. Miri I
ft VI I'rau foril I
W. S. IMI1HWHV
'.. J. YY. Kkiii'j
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JIITM JVP1CI AL lUKTRJCl.
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D. V. KukkeiKUi;
ti. H Mcrryinan
11 V Hi-Unal
Kipmt mti ..
0 8. LAND OKF1CK.
1. W. Orion
fred V Croncraillcr
LA KK.OOUN r T
' ..F. W. faTUe
f. . Abinwii)
.'. ... A. J. Fokler
C. M. Faalkuer
fl'MOt . . .
C. A. Rehart
i H R. llerytor.
TOWN OF lakkv:ew
V. Snelllng I
D. J. Wilcox J ....
J. N. Wauonj
J. 8. Lane I
B. Binder .Recorder
LAKEVltW BOARD OF IRai'm
Finance Committeman ...
Municipal " ....
Agricultural " .. .
W. H. SHIRK
F. M. Wilier
M. B. Kice
L. F. Conn
... C.h. Sender
W. F. I'aiue
W. K Heryiont
. H. W. lirt iiKel
. .. S V. Kehart
Room Headquarter lor Stranirers,
Uibool at lu a. m . Preaching every fcuuaay at 1
11 m. and 7:3U p. m. tpworin .
Bunday evening at 6:45. Vrayer
duu .:M n. m. t.ioir meeiiDK ai n.xi v. m
Ladies' Aid Every Wednesday at l:ao p. m.
Everybody cordially invited to all service.
ii.J. W ENTZELL, Pastur.
FIRST BAPTIST CHVRCH OF LAKEV1EW
Preaching service at 11 A M and T:.iO F M on
1st and 3rd Sun. Sunday tehool at 10 A M.
Junior Society at 2:30 P M. Baptist Young'
People's Union at 6:30 PM on each Sunday.
Prayer -Meetinir at 7:3UPM Wednesday eve
Ding. Every liody invited to mieud all ser
vice! REV, H. SMITH, Pastor.
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVEKYBLMJA1 .mas)
and Benediction at 10 o'cluuk a. m. Sunday
school after Benediction
Wm'Ic dav Mas at
7 MO a.m.
MICHAEL O'MALLEV. S. J.
first baptist church of oosit nn
t New Pine creek, Orepon. Preaching ser
vice! at 11 A M and 7:30 P M ol each Sunday
of every month. Sundav School at 10 AM.
Prayer Servict at 7:30 on W Kduesday evening
of each weed. All are cordially invited to
attend ihc ierices.
REV. L. E. HENDERSON,
4. O. U. W.-LAKEVIEW LODGl NO. 111.
Meets everv second and fourth Thursday of
eaih inouih. in Masonic Hall, Lakeview.
Chan. Touuingen. W.M.: Wm. Ounther, F.
VIEUREE OF HONOR LA KESHORE W i'Jt
No. 77, Is. of H., A.O. V. W., Meeta .1-1 and
third Thursdavs of eac h mohiu inc
Hall: Etta pea ' k C. of H.; Mary Post
L. of II.: Mamie McCulley, C. of C: Cora
I. O. O. F LAKEVIEW LODGE, No. . v
O. F., meets every Saturday evening "Jo
Fellows Hall, at 7 :3u o'clock, from lic o u 1
to April 1, and at 8 olclock from Apri 1 to
September iu. A. E.Cheney, N. o.; ..
l.O. O.F. LAP.EVIhW EM AMI MENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F.. meets the first and third TMira
dav eveniiiirs of each month in Odd Kuliiov I
Hail. Lakeview. C. b. Arthur, CP., A. H j
BEBEKAH LO!t,E LAKE IhW LOIiOE. No
tl, I. O.O.F., meets the second and fourth
Fridavs of esL.li month in Odd Fellows Hall,
Mrs. idna Miller, N'. (J.; Mrs. Mary Ahlstnom
Y.G.; Mrs. M. D.MuSB. secretary; Mrs. Ale
O. E. B. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 6, LAKE
view, Oregon, Meets 011 Tuesday, 011 or he
fore full moon and two weeks thereafter, in
Masonic Hall, at 7::so o'clock.
Visiting members are cordially Invited.
CORNELIA A. WATSON, W. M,
IDA CEBACH. Secretary
L. F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Noary Public
J. D. VEXATun
Attorney at Law,
Kami Mattel Hpeclalt J
OFFICE Duly Building,
Land and Law Ofilce
Abstractor of Titles
yt EAIR TIIOMI'SON
Attorney at Law
Office in 0. V. L.Co.'h Building.
JIKJS. J. I'OWELL
Attorney at Law
iOfllec In Daly Uiilldlug
Present Forecast Lists
Many Initiative Petitions
To date :0 initative petitions Irom
every stctiou of the state ara ai-sured
These measures, If adopted, will slice
the southrn ud a part of the eastern
section cf the state into ninny piece,
mill authorize woman sulTrage nud
tluiuce the norniBl school.
Although preseut incumbents ot nil
! the state otllees me signifying
tion to succeed theiiisol ves, many
, new candidates have appeared in Hie
;fr (.interniir are: James VYitby-
'conibe, of Corvahis, .detested in UHkj
i for that nltloe liy SiMiator Chatntier
Main: J. it. Aokeriiinit, state Snporiu-
teiiiieut of fu bile ! nstriiot lou, J.
; Hovterniati. of Ciillaiu county, prefi-
ileut of thp i-euate in the lust Hsseiu-
lily cf the Legislature, ami Urant
Dimick, cf Dregon City, who lias
lift 11 making au active caoipaign
throughout the state for soma mouths.
! It is rumored here that l'r. Andrew
V. Smith, of 1'ortlaud, is apiruiu t r
the Lioveruorship, aUo u'll)U S. Duu-ivbj-,
State l'ii uter , iu any event, the
vtters will have for their cuusidrn
tiivj at uext election, unless some
uuforseeu changes are made, at least
tire names to select from for chief
executive of the state.
Frank W. Ueusou, of Kosehurif,
Governor and Secretary of State, will
probably succeed himself as Secre
tary, acd will have no opposition
unless it tie true that J. H. Cottey,
of Foitlaud, will make the couteet.
A oew mail for State Treasurer has
been receiving notice in Salem in
the persou of Tom Mahony, of llepp
ner. Mr Mahony was a member of
I the House of Representatives during
, the last Lerfislbture and is a promi
nent Lanker aad busines man iu llepp
ner. His antjouuceaieut has njt
; been made yet ile was chairman of
I the banking committee and an active
member of the committee on irriga
tion aud insurance at the last session.
I Other candidates, including the
i HrrDCU luuuiuucuio 111 iud xicaDiii
er a Office lieorge A. Meel, are
T. , . Tomotiii
" J - - -
Ralph W. Hoyt. of Multnomah coun
About the only real party contest
among the state officers will be in
selecting two Supreme Judges. The
appointment of Justices King aud
Slater iutrodnued two Democratic
officials, to serve until the comiug
! election. Both Justices King and
Slater will be candidates for reelec
tion, and there are sis Republicans
mentioned. They are: L. T. Harris,
of Lane connty ; C. U. Uantenbein,
of Multnomah connty; Geo.. Burnett,
cf Marion county; Ii. J. Bean, of
Umatilla county, and A. M. Craw
ford of Rosebur. Justice Eakin
has two more years to serve, while
Justices McBtideand Moore complete
their terms. The latter two will seek
ine office or Attorney Ueneral is
also'looked forward to by several in
fluential candidates. J. N. Hart, of
Baker City, is named ; also F. S.
Grant of Multnomah county, and W.
H. Wilsun, cf The Dalles.
It is generally understood in politi
cal circles of Salem that W. C. Haw
ley, of Marion county, and W. R.
Ellis, cf Umatilla, desire to succeed
themselves as congressmen. Ii. F,
Mulkey, District Attorney of Jackson cyte B88 kiUed 00 thu furm of E
county, is talker! nf un nnnnn..t - FUsworth, near Waha. after it had
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and Congressman Ellis
ttay be opposed by J. F. Logan, of
Multnomah county. C L. McN'ary.
of Marion county, is mentiouei bs a !
probable candidate for congress also, '
Labor Commissioner lioff will be a
I candidate for reelection, and friends;
of Fred R. Waters, of Salem, are urgent '
in tha desire that he run, too. 1
Oswald West a member of the Rail-j
road Commission, who was appoiuted !
to strve four years, will leave his j
oilice at the expiration of his term j
next January, and a new Commission-1
er will be needed. E. V. Carter, of
Asblaud, is proposed as a candidate
No fire works, skyrockets fire
crackers, Komau candles, toy pietols,
cane guns of explosives of any kind
can Le used in Baker City on July 4,
according to an ordiuance passed by
the city council. The measure pro
hibits the sale of each biticle.s, and
allows them to be used culy for a
I pyrotechnic display when a permit
I is obtained by a reputable person.
A WOMAN'S GREAT IDEA
la how to make herself attractive
But, without health, it is hard for
her to be lovely iu face form or
temper. A weak, fdckly womau will
be nervous aud irritable. Constipa
tion and Kiduey poisons show pim
pls, blotches, skin eruptions nud a
wretched compelexion. But Electric
Bitters always prove a godsend to
worneu who want health, beauty and
fiends. They regulate Stomach
Lriver and Kidneys, purify the blood;
give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure
breath, smooth, velvet akin, lovely
complexion, good health. Tiy them.
SOo. at A. L. Thornton.
MINES LOOKING GOOD
Much Development Work
Is Now Planned
Tho.e Acquainted I Several Dis
trict. Say Prospects Are
M Initix promises to be one of the
important in hit-trie of I.tikt 1'ounty
espei'iiiliv iu the Windy Hollow Min
ing District, in the t'ojote Hill and
at New l'lne Creek. The outlook at
tha fi-rmer place never ee:uil
bt'ghetr. aud while the ore ho far
does not show high values there is 1111
aliutidance of low grade ore blocked
out on iiiHiiy ot the claims that show
values will make the iMstriita sure
winner it the average remains the
same, when railroad transportation
comes in the next few years. Due
old miner familiar with the geologi
cal fiitinatiou of the great . iniuing
camisof the West has spent SitM
on his claim so far and in the i.ext
few mouths w ill spend other thius-
audH, this touetiier with the recent
purchase chrouicleJ in tu Kxaininer
by exirrt miuiug meii, lads one to
believe that "where there is too much
smoke there must be some fire." The
t'oyote Hllli have never experienced
the sensation of a "boom" more
than tne tlrtt ruh of prospector
four years sgo wtieu LolTtus lirothets
found ore at the grass loots Mauy
tiled claims at that time; a fe
worked out their assessments aud
tht balance not kuo ing -auy thiug
about unuiug atfans paid no more '
attention to their localious. Hut '
these have later been quii'Kly taken I
bv those who know the prospects the'
camp presented. When the hour of
uiiduight came December 31st last,
aud tie present year was usheied
in amid the sileuce broken by the
sound of coyotes howl or gentle
bieeze these spectres of the nlg'it
drove stakes and posted ttmir loca
tion uotlces after which the camp
resounded to the touch cf joy over
(a duty well performed. When nen
a camp after a thorough
knowledge of conditions there. The
prospects will appeal to mining men
from other sections of the country.
The formation is a decomposed
porphery aud iron with ore body 100
feet wide iu a dike form.
T. S. Burgess was iu town this
week euroute to Wiudy Hollow to
look after bis nnniug claims there.
He is very outioHstn over w hat he
has already invested iu aud prophe
sies that the camp will be worth de
veloping and may surprise even the
Cattle Going: Mad
ALenistou. Idaho, dispute!) says
that scores ot cattle on the range of
the Hblaiou river district are going
mad, but 1 bus. not determine! surely
whether they have been suffering
from true rabies or not A maddened
cow from the range attacked and
gored to death a valuable span of
horses near White Bird Frfday and
whan corralled bai,terd her brains out
against the rails of the pen
There has been an epidemic of eup
aupposed rabies in dog aud a dog be
lieved to have deen mad was killed in
Grangeville last night. A rabid
' were killed to pieveut
1 spread of the disease,
j The law against permitting dngs to
i run at large will be enforced v i -
The United States circuit court of
appeals at Kan Francisco, has afliimed
the judgement of the federal court
of Oregon iu the case of Willard V?.
Jones aud Franklin 1'. Mays, con
victed of cons-piracy in conjunction
with the late Senator Mitchel aud
others in the famous laud fraud
leases. The court upholds the finding
jagaiust both appellants. Jones and
I Mays were convicted of fraudulent
j dealings in the Blue Mountain reher-
vatiou aul particularly iu regard to
Stiawberry .muurjtuin withdrawal.
They were tried and convicted iu the
federal court in PorUud aud appealed
to the Uuited States circuit court of
appeals. Their last appeal is to the
supreme court of tha United States.
Notice to Creditors
M. mvoiint of it dihHolut Ion of part
iHTHbip nil part if know intc t Ik-oiki-Ivi-h
iii'lt'liii-d 1 1 j t tie linn of Wnodi-ock &c
r.iirnei are n-iiuchted to Kettle iniine-iliab-ly,
as the ai-couutH will be jilac
in the IihihIh of u collector Juno 1st.
l'ayiuelitrt can be made at the hbop.
E. E. WOODCOCK
M. S. BAICNES
frum a knife, gun, tiucan, ruuty nail,
fireworks, or of any other nature,
demands prompt treatment with
liuckleu's Arnica Sulvo to prevent
blooi) poibon or gangrene. it's the
quickest, surest hialer for all such
wounds as also for Burns. Boils,
Bores, Skin Eruptions, Eczema,
Chapped Hands, Corns or Files. ".Go.
at A L. Thornton.
LIVELY TIMES AHEAD
Next Session of Congress
Will Do Rocord-Drcaker
Whether or not Hie Democrats
carry the next house of representa
tives, there are going to be things
doing In the six!) -second o ingress
worth coining a long way to see,
(If course, that little matter ot the
speakership is going to cause ruot'ous
in case the Dipuocrat lo hopes fall to
niiiterlulle. Neither the regulnrs
nor insurgents are at all likely to
have enough men to elect a successor
I to I'ncle Joe, an. I n pretty niixtip
! is cer'aiu unless of course, Hon.
I Champ Clark runs olf with the prl.e.
J Hut the house is not going to have
1 all the fun. ll.V no manner of oieans
1 the man iu the Senate is chairman
of th finance committee. This plce
is now being very ably held by Hon.
Nelson. Aldnch. If Mr. AMricli re
tires, as he s'iys he will, there Is go
'ing to be 11 light for this place. '1 hey
may be even if he comes hack. In Ilia,
nalural oriler of things Hon. Julius
Caesar llurrows of MichigMi, who
is next on the list, uutilo take Mr.
lAIJrlcVti place. Hut there are two
I mighty important lfs" iu (lie way.
, The Hon. Julius Caesar he.s 110 surety
of bei'ig reelected, ami even if he is,
the insurgents have no use for him,
and a good many of the regulars
would prefer Hon. Hoise Penrose of
Pennsylvania for the place. The In
surgents would as soou see Aldrlch iu
the place as Penrose almost, and will
1 ratably tight him. The tluatice
committee Is pretty reasonably regu-
I lar, anyway, the Kepuhlican mrmbets
i besides those mentioned being Hale
I of Maine, Cullom of Illinois, Lodge
of Massachusetts, McCumber of
North Dakota, Stuoot of I'tah aud
Fliut of C-iliforuia.
June 14 Flag: Day
Cioveuor Beuson tias issued a pro
clamation designating June 4 as
"Flag Day," aud ugring that it be
observed by displaying the ting of the
country on alt public buibiings and
places of business, aud by appropri
ale'exercines in the school. The pioo
lunation is as follow,:
Whereas The Continental Congress
on Juae 11 177" selected the emblem
which has ever .iuce contiuunl to be
the flag of our country, and it is fil
ing and proper that da v tie desig
nated aud set apart as "Flag day,"
iu order that suitable exercises may
bo held in the putdic aud other
schools, and generally observd in
commemoration ot that event and for
patriotic respect to our national em
blem. Therefore, I, Frank W. Benson, as
j governor of the state of Oregon, Ho
recommeud that Tuesday, the Ilth
of Jcne, 11M0, be observed not alone
by the schools cf the state, but by
all the peop e thereof, and I urge
that the flag of our country be gen
erally displayed on that clav on all
public and other buildings aud places
Let us be mindful on "Flag Day"
ol the Biicriflce nud devotion which
have I een given to make this country
free and united, and let us resolve
that in the (lavs of peace our loyalty
to its welfare may be uone the less
In witness whereof, I have hereun
to set my hand and caused tha Great
Seal of the State to be affixed at i
Salem, the State capital this twentith
day of May iu the year of our Lord j
one thousand nine hundred and teu
FRANK V. BENSON
Circus vs. City
Muuic'pal history reveals the fact
that, atout a month ago the city coun
cil of Medford passed an ordiuance
fixing the license for a circi s to show
in that place at ?lo0, with the result
that the Sells-Floto circus kecured
grounds outside the city limits, aud
left the city of Medtord holding the
bag. At a recent meeting of the!
council a resolution was paused fixing
the license for a street parade at 97o,
when the circus people decided tbat
it wiis not necessary to give a parade
lu that city, and Medford is still
holding the ba.
is one man in a
tniio and repair a
In Lnkcvit'w iu tin
vour tiiidntr and
Uioiihuik w ho ein
piano, lie will Iji:
nca r liiture; Have
ropairiiitc for him.
Kitonuitinl 1 iv
D. M.M!i.'i:it Mi hio IIochi:,
l'bone4s7 I Si X. "1 ritilji Ml. li 1 - t
NOTICE All patrous Hliould pur
chase lamps of tin; Compaey In, or
der tuKccuro tin; la'Ht lights. No low
Koolo nor Inferior lamp Hupjdlcil.
Any other make not coming up to
tliM re'iuircincntft may bo cut out.
KEPT THE KING AT HOME.
"For tha past year we have kept
the King of all luxtlvea Dr. King's
New Life Fills -in our home and
they Lave proved a blessing to all our
family," writes Fuul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y. Easy, bat sore reme
dy for all Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles. Only iiOo at A. T. Thornton.
V..f-v-v . 'V.V;-rvr -'--c' it
IIRHCTKI) IN IWH)
I' P I.IOMI
LKiM I & HARROW, Propnetoir
C. O. MISENER,
Offers the following fr s;ik' while they last:
SUMMER LAKE VALLEY.
Ono t nu t. lOso acrea
Out' tract, 311 ikti-h,
One tract, ItiO acrex.
I ncri'H, One tract, liVI icri-H.
(I 11 crew. ii tract, ..J I 41T1M.,
Otic trnct 2.V) ncri'H, Improved. One tract, t(X) cmTck,
One tract li( ncrex. Improved. Near Lakeview.
One tract -I'l.'l in'rc. 1 iiiitrovi'd. Oin mile innn l'lne Creek.
One tract MM acres). Improved.
Improved Tracts from W acres up.
'I Iicho landa are tbo Cream of Lake and
ClanH Orchard, Oram and Alfalfa lamln.
THIS MAN'S STORE IS CROWDED ;
BECAUSE WE DO HIS PRINTINGi
WE CAN CROWD YOUR. STORE N THE SAMEWArj
Cataloguei., Handbills, Folders and
Commercial Forms Our Specialty
Call at Office For JobUfor
has on hand a line line
of Kdison J'honom-nplis
Standard and Amhcrol
Kccords. ny Records
not in stock will he
All Styles, at prices from
12.G0 to 125.00
The best Vanqucro
5nddle on the
AUo a complete llm
of wno'l and btijtt)
robes, hit.o, rlnlcs.
pur., ulrt, iu
rtteit. In Imt cvny
tblnu In the line 01
tnrrlrne find horsr
pairing bv inmpe.
10.10 acien. Can Hiib illvlvdo btitli
One t met, lOt) ncrcv.
) irt ru t" JID .ii i-.-,.
Hall-way ln-twcen l'lne Creek nrul
Modoc Coiintii'M. All IliK'i
ED lab INI