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LAKKVIKW, LA K K COUNTY, OKKCOK, AUGUST 4, 1910.
RESTORED LANDS EA
All In Llno-Up Recognize
Rights of Others, Henco
As result of the restoration to en
try of crtalu lauds In Klatuatb
County 'ir, applications were receiv
ed at the U.S. laud office Monday.
A majority of tbe appllcatl Joa wero
hI no mada for timber end stone eu
tt ra. There will ln numerous con
lllcts. aud lu such caN b hssrlng
will lie orders! to determine which
eutrjiusu I" entitled to the. land. Re
cent dm-.lslons uphold the homestead
htrytiien whenever it shows thiit
lia is MOtlui' lu good faith, and tha
fai l thiit th land U covered with
tinihet bus no bearing on the que,
Tbs line i' M formed sorul
week ago, Alfred W. Lad. I owing
nt tho hitad of It, and ho muda both
hoa.estaed and limber and ntuuo ap
Ideation. IU wan followed by a
number of Klumath Falls people,
mad timber Hiid stone applications.
A uutuiier of people arrived Sat
urday and Sunday, and they formed
an agreement to take their turn Im
mediately after tfc Sloe up, and as a
ooosequenoe tbtlr wm no Ul feeMng
or dleturoaoce of an kind, and every
thing pasassd off pleaanlly.
The naroea of those making applica
tions Monday follows:
Klamath Falls-rVlmund W. Uowen
Sarah 11. Uowen, Lyle O. Mills, Rus
eell 11 Dunbar, FY CTn Baldwin,
Herbert W. Baldwin, Win. P. J. John
on. Robert T. Baldwin, Harry M.
Aokey, Jobu 8. Ackley, tleo. A.
Scheoeoker, Frank Morlaod. Paul
Hogardue, Robert L. Wllkersoo, John
Totleo, E. Lelgbroy Miller, Oda D.
Cravens. Olive J. Carletou, Louis L.
Kteen, llruae liaddlis, John O. Swan,
lasau .1. Straw, lloury W. Straw,
OMCar K. Willey ami Mlcball Mnt
cheubacer. Lorellu-Frauk .1. Hurling, Fred C.
Ripley, dames U. Reed, Philip O.
l'ursons and Cletu J. Murray.
a a si II.... 4 1.. H
Hoiimuzb WavUI jvi. nurmiK.
Henderson, rvrmeign m. imou,
Hunter K. Crane, John K. ChsHtalu,
CAPITAL OF $G,000
C. E. Sherlock, Geo. Fitz
gerald and D. T. Jones
The Lakeview Wool Storage Com
pHuy hna fllt'd articles of Incorpora
tion, wltb C. K. Sherlock, Cieorga
Fitzgerald aud Uavld T. Jones as In
corporators. The capital stook is
KIOOO. As soon as tbe papers are ap
proved aud tbe pellminarlea arrauged
a meeting of tbe stockholders will
be called and permanent organization
elleoted. Until that time wblcb will
bepproxlmately the middle of Sep
teniber no further action will be tak
en, except that aay one desiring to
taae tttook in the enterprise will be
31 rn. Shirk Kiitcrtaliix
Mrs. W. II. Shirk gave a delight
ful lttn party at her home on
Dewey Street lunt Wednesday after
noon. Tbe time was spent in pltty
iug Ave hundred, after which dainty
refreshments were served. Tbe invit
ed list included MeHdiimes; Siielllng,
Cressler, Umtmch, Bchmluck, O'Niel
L. R. Seagur, C. L. Besger, Norlu.
Florence, bheiloik, Iteuils, Massln
111 MaKendreo, Uacthelder C. L.
Bhlrk, Miller, Croueuilller, and the
Misses Snider, MuUulleu, and Tou
lilugHen. The front of the Shamrock Saloon
la being takeu out preparatory to re
modeling tbe same.
liny ... Itilgom, li'iriiiiD I). Iturk,
llirliirl .1, (MirlMiiiHii. 1'rnnu 10.
While, Myitln ). Hllo.lt, Dun Hind
Hi II, Clini I en '. I'm ten, and llubeitl.
Uly - A II red W. Lurid.
I.iikevi w Richard K. Kimrm.
I Jklitiioinu City. Ok. Katherluo H.
VInIIIIIh -Ivlward A. Iliown and
A nlii w .1 1 littmnii.
()daea Robert II. Perkins and
Farnk I). Conrtadfl.
Whllelaka (leo. N. CaMtom.
Old .li rrj " Ih ioii
"Old Jerry," a livery horse that
lit wed known not only in Lakeview
but through Lake and ajololug coun
ties is uow grazlug In uew pastures,
having given up to the Inevitable Ust
week. He was about 110 years obi,
and has seen eontluous service in the
1 1 very business since the daya of Joe
Hurrls, along in the early 80's. He
went through three fires, having been
rescued from the big lire that de
stroyed tbe Mammoth Btubles a few
years ago by Freu Msjllton. II was
owned auooesslvely by Joe Hurrls,
Chas. Tonnlngsen, Mill Rusel, J. 11.
Stewart, Vic Maswell, Mike Harry,
W. P. Heryford and C. t. Arthur,
the latter owning him at the time of
hi death. "Old Jerry" was a moat
faithful animal, and was considered
reliable and safa on all ohcbxiuiih. lie
whs an eniivcial fnvorlte with yoiinu
penpln, for hu never failed to keep
the road, appiirautly retilizlim t nut
their mind were occupied by othel
mutters liMidei driving him.
Kev. A. M. Smith Is building a
neet cottauc In tho Veroon addition.
WILL DECCANDIDATE FOR
Prsfers That Honor Goes
To Someone Else But
After considering tbe question sloes
he was tendere I the assiembly Dom
ination for judge of tbe Tblrtenntb
Judl'lal distiict, Hon. 11. L. Lien son
Wednesday annouueed that be would
accept It, and stand as a candidate
for tbe ottlce says the Klamatb Her
ald. In dolna so be made tbe follow
ing state 1 ent to a representative of
"Under circumstances 1 can do
nothing, but accept a nomination
about which 1 was not consulted. I
never sought It, and have always
stated that 1 was not a candidate. 1
do not want It now, and would much
prefer Unit the honor s-ioula go to
Homeoue eUe, but my friends seem
determined to force it on to me and
i niu thus put iu a poeitiou of being
co - pellud to accept It."
ThiiH did Judge licuHon settle a
ijiieHtiun thiit. Iihs beeu Hgttutlng the
iniiiils of t!:e lenders of the Republi
can imrty of Lake ttud Klamath
cnuu'ie for ii.any iionths. It is a
well known fact that for several
moutlis tho judge has been Importun
ed to stau 1 us a candidate for this
bench; iu every case he bus steadfast
ly stated that be could not alford to
abandon a practice that nets blra far
in exbess of what be would receive
as judge, lguorlng bis wishes, bow
ever tbe delegates to tbe state assem
bly from tba two counties nominated
blm, aud stated that whether be
accepted or not, they weia going to
put bis name on tbe ballot. Since
bis return borne tbe pressure brought
to bear heretofore bas been doubled,
aud today be Anally decided to yield
to their demand and aocept tba nom
ination. About two years ago Judge Denson
retired from tbe bench, forming
partner ship with 0. F. Stone, under
the firm nuine of Densou and Stona.
The busiueess of the firm bas beeu
pheuominal, aud it was this tbat
caused Judge Denson to refuse to
couslder being a oaudlate for tbe pos
ition from which be reitred. On his
retirement (leoige Nolaud was ap
pointed by (Jovernor Cuamherlin.
While be has not so stated, It is
understood tha. be will be a oaudi
dute to succeed himself ou tbe demo
11. St. Ueo. Risbop, ex-mayor of
Klumath Falls, has anoouooed bis
oaudldacy for the Democratic nomi
nation for Representative from this
dlatrlot. Mr .illshop is a very alfable
geutlatnau aud good campaigner,
NEW ROUTE TO 'FRISCO
Western Pacific Will Put On Regu
lar Passenger Train Aug. 22
N. C. O. Ry. Announces
From Alturas to San Francisco Will Be Slight
ly Less Than $20
Pssasnger servics over the West
ern PsclUo to Ssn Francisco will
be Inaugurated two weeks from tomor
row, Anaust 11. This will afford tba
people of Lake Couoty a choice of
three routes In reaching tbe Usy City
and over two competelng lines While
the fsrt will be practically tbe same
by either line, yet it is likely the pref
erence will be given the new route
over the Kouthru Pacific, on account
of Its being located uearer to us.
Tbe Western I'.icitln and the N.O.O.
connect l Doyle, and from there
to Shu Finucinco will lie f 10 80
wl.llo tho fare from Reno to the city
over the (Southern Fnciilc but IH.'Xi
Tbe tare to Ri-no over the N. C. O.
is to he reduced to ? i 1 40, making a
SPANISH WAR VETERANS TO ORGANIZE
"R. L. Uullard Camp, United
Spanish War Vsterens" Is tbe name
of tba new patriotic orgnlzstlon
wblcb bss Just applied for a obarter
to tba National camp of tba order.
It Is fraternal In it scope and Intend
ed to bring Into closer touch wltb
each otbsr tba men tbat followed
taalr coontrys flag in tbe war with
Spain. Tbe Ptilpplne Insurrection
and tbe Chinese Relief Expedition.
It'a purposa is to look after tba
affairs of tbe Veteiaoa and instill
Into tbe hearts of the younger gen
eration those lessons of patriotism
that are learned only on tbe battle
fields of their country, to bury their
dead ith all the nillitarry honors
due them ; to look alter tbe widow
of departed comerads and to mutally
assist each other in every manner
tbat brave men may.
Tbe organization shows tbe rapid
changes that are coming iuto Lake
wltb the uew resident and tbe new
camp atarts out with twelve charter
members as follows; Phil. 8. Cumm
ins, Jesse C. Cravens. 11. Dent, J. L.
Smith, N.Waldo Taylor, A. Petletler,
BURGLAR VISITS II. W.
Some individual, who bud not tbo
fear of thu law in 1,1. s eye, entered
the reniilenre of II. W. Dreukel Sun
day nit; lit witli burglarious iutout
and abstracted therefrom fS 7" lu law
ful moucy of tho United States, lie
eilected au entrance through the bath
room window, aud while the family
slept rausaoked the house from cellar
to garret, but appareutly found noth
ing to bis liking except the coin of
the realm as aforesaid. He not only
rausauked tbe bouse but lighted bis
way by menus of a caudle, as is at
tested by (be grease spots ruaklog
his course. Resides be plaoed a book
MAYFIELD'S SLAUGHTER HOUSE BURNS
The slaughter house operated by
tba Goose Lake Valley Meat Co. was
destroyed by fire Tuesday evening,
causing tbe loss of between 1800 and
11000. It is presumed to have caught
fiom tbe furnace, as J. F. May Held,
manager of tbe company, and an as
sistant bad been at work killlug hogs
and bad just started to town. The
building wss owned by Jobn Wen
dell, of Uunsmuir, Cal.
iu addition to a dressed beef and
bogs, four hugs iu tbe pen adjoining
WONDERFUL PRODUCTIVE LAKEVIEW HEN
Man Wbortou bus a hm that is a
crackerjack. Not satisfied with lay
lug oua egg seveu inches la length
aud eight inches in circumference,
she laid an amost exact duploate,
and then to show just what is possi
able In ber kingdom she thou pro
ceeded to lay a sort of Siamese twin
SAME AS VIA RENO
Slight Reduction, and Fare
rate of 81'J.Tj from Alturas to Sao
Franclaao. It is presumed tbe rste
from Alturas to DoyH will be fS,
placing both lines on almost so equal
icy so fsr as rates are concerned.
The WeBtren Pad Ho will start tbe
rervice with two daily train each way
aod is rumored that tbe N. C . O. will
make a Hligbt change in its schedule
to connect with onn of tbe trsios.
The Western Pacific trains will be
new and will have excellent equip
ment. First dads dining cars will be
connected with each train, while
everything poenlLle will be arranged
for Hie conrenieuce and comfort of
the . prtrt-eDgers. The route lies
througbsome of the floest .sceinc ter
ritory in tbe United States.
Jobn Campbell, John Ward, L Thorn,
Roche Flclc, Al Roberta, and E. R.
The Camp is named after R. L
bollard, tba fighting Colonel of tba
39th U.S. Vol. lofty, who distinguish
ed blmself in tba Pbilllplne losarreo
tlon aod led bla men la many a bard
fought battle agalost maty odds.
Colonel Bollard never seemed to
know what tba word fear meant and
many are tba stories that are told of
bis deeds with a handful of men un
der bis command. His favorite pas
time was to take a few men and leave
all communicatioa with bis regiment
behind and be gone days aod even
weeks at a time with ouly tbe small
amou't of food that he started out
with to carry tbttn along, after the
food bad been devoured they fought
their way to meals n the enemies
liues and it is said tbat tbey weie not
io the habit of missing many at tbat.
Arthur W. Orton, a member of the
U. S. W. V. Camp at Portland, will
muster the new camp In with appro
priate ceremonies as soon as tbe new
io such shape that should tbe
ouner awake ail attempt to shoot
lii in off the premises be ou opeuiug
ttin bedroom door would knock the
book aud uive uotice that some one
was ufter the disturber. No clew of
the burglar bas yet been fouud.
Some time since T. H. Clouds
j candy kitchen was broken into and
i some $1" or (20 abstiaoled from tbe
! cash register, but lu tbat instance
i tbe guilty party was suspected but no
'evidence could be produced conneot
I log bim with tba crime, and It Is not
! thought that the same person com
mitted both crimes.
tbe slaughter bouse were burned to
death. There were quite a number
of bides burned, and Mr. MayHeld es
timates bis loss at $500. Several bead
of sheep and bogs tbat were in pens
nearby were saved by the timely ar
rival of Montz Curry, wbo drove
them to a place of safety.
Hayes Jc. (Jorb very kindly offered
Mi. Maytleld tbe use of tbelr slaugh
ter bouse until suoh time as be could
make other arrangements, which otfer
was gratefully acoepted.
product. It consisted of two or
dinal y sized eggs connected by a lig
ament about an iuob In leugth and
nearly a balf Inch in diameter. Tbe
one thiug tbat is lacking is tbe bard
shell tlfttt usually euoompasses an egg,
the two egg, as well ai tbe connect
ing liuk, belug of the sott shelled
variety, although otherwise perfeot
M t .kcr-Longfellow
Uh (jirnnie Mny Metzkcr, aod
1 H. Longfellow ere married
..Sunday afternoon at tie home of t'-e
i brlile parents. W. 15. HnlJer city re-
corner ottlclatiug Roth are well
known and deservedly popular
young people of Lakeview, and have
many friends who extend hearty con
iiratnlatioos. Tbey have taken op
their residence in a cotta;ge in Wat
son's addition, where tbey are now
Conriidnte for Hf-f Ifftlon
F. W. Payne, aounty clerk, bas an
noonced bis candidacy for reelection.
Mr. Payne bas certainly made good
just as did bis predecessor, and In
order to defeat blm bis opponent will
bse I go some. As yet no candi
date In opposition bas been mention
ed, but it is not likely ibat Mr.
Payua will bava a walk over, lnas
oiocb as there is always soma pstrl
otin person willing to sacrifice bis
oersonsl Interests la order to serve
tbe dear people.
L. P. Klippel, tbe well known
rancher and stockman, wss down
from Summer Lake this week on bus
iness connected with tbe well be is
sinking wltb tbe expectation of strik
ing artesian water. The work is be
ing delsysd by tbe non-arrival of
tbe csslDg which was due to arrive
sime time since. No trace bas been
secured of the shipment, end hence
its wtereabouts is unknown. Tracers
havrt been seat out , and as 'soon as
located It will be hurried to its des
tination. Until tbe rasing arrive no
further work can be done.
ARE IN CONFLICT
RIGHTS TO ENTRY TO
Testimony to Be Taken at
Klamath Falls Before
U. S. Commissioner
At a result applications for land
restored to entry last Monday, seven
bearings, involving 21 applications,
have been set no by register Orton
of the U. 8. Land office. Testimony
will be taken before K. M. Richard
son. U.S. Commissioner, at Kamatb
Falls, beginning September 8, and tbe
bearings will be bad at tbe U. S.
Land office one week after. All of
tbe conflicts are between settlers al
lesing prior settlement and applicants
for timber and stone entries. Tbe
claimants and witnesses will give
their testimony at Klamatb Falls and
it will be forwarded to tbe laud office
aud hence will not be necessary for
either of the parties to appear before
the land office officials.
Oue peculiar conflict is iu Sec. IS,
where the timber entrymen made
application for four forties in a
string running north aud south,
while the homesteaders want their
laud in tbe same 6hape except iu
string east and west.
All of the contested lands aie on
tbe west side of Klamath Lake in
Township 37 south, range 7 east, and
are said to be covered with valuable
Following is tbe list of bearings
ordered, tbe names of tbs alleged set-
tier appearing first: Sept 8 E.
Leigbroy Miller vs. Edmund W.
Gowen Involving SlN,. Sec. 13.
Sept. 9 Robert L. Fulkerson and
Louis L. Stein vs. Sarah H. Uowen,
S&i, Sec 19.
Sept 10 Robert B. Perkins vs.
Kusell II. Dunbar, NJNJ, Sea. 19.
Sept. 12-Jobn Totten, Oda D.
Cravens, Frank D. Courtade, and
Oaoar E. Wllley vs. Lyla O. Mills,
F. Zlm Baldwin, Herbert W. Baldwin
and Robert T. Baldwin, Sec 13.
Sept. 13 Paul Bodargus vs. Wil
liam P. Johnson, NE', Sec 30
Sep 14. Isaac J. Straw vs. John
S. Ackley, W.'Wi Sec 7.
Sept. 15-Ollvs J. Carleton vs Katb
reeu Stuart Garriosn, SF-i Sec. 30.
Hooding for Lakovlf w
Bidwell Nuuuett: A. J. Ilicker-
sou and family residents ol Lakeview
Oregon, arrived lu Bidwell last
Thursday for a months visit with Mr.
Hlokeraon's parents. A. J. looks as If
tbe fates dealt kindly wltb bim and
bis conversation Droves tbat tbey
have. He says that Lakeview Is tbe
best town north and furtbnr says in
complimentary way tbat Fort Bid
well would be just as good a town as
r.klfAviav if tha nanola wnnld mill tn.
getber aud boost for tbe town.
BEAUTIES ARE SENT
RAISED BY T. A. CRUMP
Equal In Quality and Ap
pearance to Any Grown
In the United States
While no one contends tbat tba
whole of Lake Couoty is adapted to
frnit raising, yet no one will deny
tbat considering the area now In or
chard few if any sections adapted
to borticolture produce a greater
quanity of fruit than toat along tba
eastern sbore of Goose Lake and al
so in Summer Lake. And ii Is a
well known fact tbat nor frolts excel
all others in flavor and appearance.
And are not only of tine quality aud
flavor, but their delicate aod almost
prefect colorings give them an ap
pearance tbat gives them prominence
where ever they are shown.
Tbe greatest surprise the Examiner
man bas yet experienced In tbe way
cf fruit raising in Lake county was
occasioned yeterday morning by tbe
receipt of a box of peaches from T.A.
Crump, of AdeL over In Sontb War
ner Valley. It is pretty generally
understood tbat delicious peaches ara
raised in tbe Pine Creek, Davis Creek
and Summer Lake sections, bat that
Warner Valley cood also produce
frnit equaling tba cboloast of tboaa
favored localities was not considered
for a moment. At tba fair last fall
tbe frnit exblbit fram Warner at
t ranted moca attention, bat tbe
ds aches sent by Mr. Cramp .axe tar
superior io any exblbit at tbat time.
in fact, no finer early peaches,
both In appearance and qaallty. are
aeea in any of tbe famous peach rais
ing aeotioor of tbe United State.
Tbey are not only large, bat the col
oring is well nigh perfect, ;belng of
a rich dark red while tbe flavor la
tbat which Is found only in fruits
raised in a bigb altitude and when
the seasons are very pronounced.
While no one baa ever considered
South Warner as an exclusive fruit
growing section, yet at the same
time when it is posseible to raise
suoh peaches as those sent in by Mr.
Crump it is proof positive of what la
Deioit done, and suggests great pos
15 MEN PAID WHO
FINAL WIND-UP OF BIG
Each Man Who Was At
Scene of Capture Re
The last act in connection with tbe
capture of Isaac N. Uarrll, tbe mur
derer of the Newell boys was con
summated last week when tbe allot
ment of tbe money offered for bla
capture was made. There were 1 5
men amongst whom tne reward of
t 2000 was distributud. After tba ex
pen oes were paid eaoh man received
$128.40, the expenses being for inci
dentals connected with bis capture
and plaoing bim In jail. Deputy
Sheriff Arthur last week forwarded
each of tbe following named persona
a check for tbe amount, tbey having
been present when Uarrell was cap
L. 0. Beckwitb, Jett Sawker,
Louis Manzey, Man Wborton, Nolaud
Curry, Bill Huron, Cbas. Robinson,
Jack Ueboy, Wm. Allen, Bob Mo
Cullsy, Lou McCulliy, Bert Wade,
O. T. MoKendree ,0. D. Arthur and
O. B. Carroll.
Christmas Lake News
Tbe hotel store and postotiioe bnild
logs at View Point seems to bave
suffered from a lack of money or
something else for outside of a fe.v
2x6 and 2x8 timbers some standing
upright nothing baa beeo done to
ward furnishing it. Tbe post office
Is south of this point aod Mlsa
Uatob is tbs post mistress.