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Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
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Davis Creek Items
l.loyd Clarke mtil ''.links" Plnm
nut tiro down from Willow Hunch
v'silmg J. V. Wat kins.
hit, Leonard. tlu local forest
ranger, litis been !iiVH Several days
marking t io people could take
advantage of llio Know and get logs
tint n( tin" t Imber.
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dressed to tho rin lil poMoftico.
I.nkoview, Oregon, Thursday, lYliruary 11)11
Till: Ninv SYSTKM
A evldeLC of the fitet clunks la
the aianseetuent of railroad compa
nies since Vanderbtlt's famous "i ub
Do be damned" system was in Triune,
tbe following editorial from the Keno
Uazette is interesting, luaemueb as
this section is .included lu tbe dis
trict refeired to the article will be of
especial interest to readers of tbe
"lime was when tbe man who nas
employed with a great public utility,
such as a railroad, thought it was a
pait of his dutie to be discourteous,
unaccommodating and sullen. If for
do other reason than that he exerted
his powerful influence to change that
old Idea K. LI. Harriman deserves tbe
gratitude of every bodj, for at one
time or another all of us come in
contact with tbe employes of rail
roads and other great corpoiations.
Harriman realized that, after all, tbe
substantial, enduring success of bis
railroads was based upon the nttitude
of tbe people toward them, and he
farther knew that the attitude would
largely be shaDed by tbe couduct of
tbe men wno cnoie in touch with the
people. Accordingly he insisted tbst
courtesy should prevail opon his
great railway systems, from the men
who sit iu tbe high plscn down to
those whose work is of tbe humblest
"Keuo, of ln'e years, Das been
especiallv f ultimate in this respect,
inasmuch as tbe nieu bo bave repre
sented the tnuliiem PaciBo here bave
been bigb types cf the Harriman
idea. They have never neglected
their respoosioility to their road, but
they bave also realized the rights of
tbe public. Tbey have done much
toward elixiuattug tbe old feeling of
bate that was btld against the rail
road. "Such a man is Mr. J. M. Fulton,'
who is no' tbe representative of fhe
Southern Pacitlc lu tbh state. Ordi- j
narily, we realize, the public wails1
until a ujau is dead before guying
anything of bis worth, but we have
always felt bac such a custom was a
little bit unfair to tbe dead man in
asmuch as it is rather difficult fur
hiui to read he nice tniugs tbe uap
era bare tn sbj uf hiai and to bear
tbe gloicg eulogies that accompany
a six-foot tele, covered with sod ami
artistically oecorated with tlewers.
".Mr. Fulton is faithful to tiietru.-t
reposed it, him. but be hIso yhlda to
nnue iu bis love for Nevada. Ho has
lived here for uiauy years, und he
knows tbe stats from end to end. lie
knows our needs? and he is ever using
his influence to have those needs
given attention by bis people, for be
realizes that the increased develop
ment of Nevada means greater pros
perity for the railroads of the state.
"11 is with pleasure that we write
these few woias, aud to those who
take exception to our custom of say
ing a kind word for tbe living now
and then we leave tbe task cf com
posing pleasant obituaries for those
who bave parsed on."
j What a rronkey-nnd parrot-time
j the little N.-C. O. is having oa ho
j count of the recent storms! Joseph
Uurris ordered a special train to
1 transport his son Archie from Doyle
; to Keuo, the young man having been
j nearly fruzeu to death. On arrival
j at Pnrle the engine was out of fuel
and was compelled to go to Aniadee
for a fresh supply, tin airivlug there
a number of stormbound passengers
climbed aboard tbe engine. A car
load of cattle which was without food
was also ph'kei, up and now Mr
Burris is going to sue tbe railroad
company for damages for delaying
bis "special" for two hours.
Owing; tn tilt nvent fovcro stnriux
tho N.-C.-O. purvey urn linvt'wiifiioiido.l
work mid left Nu.da.v fir lloiio.
Tlit'.v expect to return with a larger
force an mooii as tbe weather pei'iutl.
Pi. J. T. O Conner ami family left
for AltuniH Sunday after Heveral
veeksttay in Pa vis Creek.
I.. V.. Sender and .1. O'Neill, of Lake
view, Hpent Friday hi laU Creek.
They came down Xi look over Pavis
Creek Orchards Co. data which lia
lieeu I'oiiiplott'tl tor the winter.
The Moamire party jflven at the
cliiireh Friday, Jan. I'Tth, wast tpiiio
an affair, but many were unable toj
tiltemi on tieeount of the istoriuv
eveiilng;. The proeeetls were $.'0 a ll
viir ami will be uaed to buy huiij;
Imoks for the eluirch.
Mrs. li. S. Katner spent Sunday and
Monday at Joseph Creek vinttlng: Mrn.
HEAD OE LEAGUE
Reports of Its Being: a
Pavia Graham Phillips, the well
nowu author and writer, was shot
down In New York Tuesday of last
week by Fitzhuuh Coyle Gold bor
ough, an eccentric and emotional
musician of letlned metes, who com
mitted the crime thro"gh a fancied
Valley Falls News
Our winter storms are mill with ne.
Since the first week in January we
have had considerable miovv at inter
vals. While disagreeable we are -l.ol
to state that the ground is wmikim;
up the water and very little is run
ning; off. Watch for bumper crops in
The recent cold snaps have tn
possible to cut ipite a bit i f i.-e out of
the creeks here.
Messrs. Kim-ey and ICeb.ti t p.is-eil
through recently tm rlieir way to the
detert where they b.-ive sheep.
Mr. Murphy, w' o has suine !io'p
here, brought ti !. n.l in from the ie. J
ert lately tiutl is my.v i'e,dirg nil i.f'
his sheep here.
Utley A Siiit i i! . tho taxidermist-, '
have tect-ived nme shipnieiits of fur i
recent y to be noide ii(i iiitorug, etc. !
Their business is uro.inir rai.i ilv. I
S J. Putton has teeii tilling his Ice
It.x, ,1...!.. ......1. IV.. I
I ih'ui-o no- iaii.i nt-t-iv, e lire ki'i' tti
see our landlord busy for It. means
ice cold water when the hot days
eotne next July and August.
The M. W. A. boys wl'l give a grand
mask Coon ball at Pavls Creek hall
011 Feb. 14th. F.verybody Invited.
Luke Mulkey an.' F.. W. darren
made a business trip t Alturas Sat
urday. (ieo.S. Oliver, chief engineer N.-C.-O.
!:.., has linUbed moving his rump
ff-iiii Joretdl Creek t Pavis Creek
.-m l w ill make thij bis lie:idiiHt'ters
lor a w bile.
The snow has d.if'.od until s
placet it in bard I . r te.tnis to
'. T. Watkiiis ami taiuily ami Mr-.
J. Kobei is expert to g iliebov lui
'o't nccouiit of bbn-ka-lis uii tli
N -C O. do not k now just when t lu-.v
u ill leave.
Ncllgoni Ciehanl-oii 'oh. Co hae
sns;iui.ile ! woi k ii tli ir cunt ract it b
the N. ( '. O. 011 acci.unt d tin- we'll!.
er, but will if:iinio work u- ion
Iheth.i.1 mi Suiidiy ami M-mday
tiM.ktb." simw off 111. til iniicb d t
ground is bate.
C. T. W.akiiis aid fam:Iv left Tiles
which peak 4 well
fur ihe'r wuik in 1
1 day for Mvrile
and t ben
vChewaucaa Press. )
Al Potts, of the Paisley
Co., was in town the first
week. He reports three aod
feet cf snow at the mill twelve
The purchasers cf tbe W. A. Cur- !
rier lacd of hurtes are uow at the j
home cf Mr. Currier making final i
arraogemeats for gathering and ship !
ping the hi res in the early spring, j
Ueorpe Ede leaves today for Call-j
foruia where after settliug some busi- I
ness at bis old home, he plans a trip !
pert to drive tu Madeline
j take tbe X. ('.- I.
j K-v. Samii.l Combs' little boy has
I U'i'ii ill fur -everal days but is all
Lumber I ri"l,t"-:
I intended to sell or dispose of the
timber when cuttiug it."
UNCLE SAM LOSES OUT
Continued from fiit page
up into Washington
bapd cf trood mares
near his uei hottie in
Mr. MrCouit explained further that
trie 1IO.) cor H nf juniper cut by Mr.
Hauley na public domain were for
use iu lua dredge with which be was
drmniuk, swamp land on the P rauch,
of Harney valley. He did not intend
to sell or export it when cuttiug the
timber, auJ hence coul 1 not be held
in quest of
for tne range
At the echo 1 election for tbe new
district held at Alkali Lake last week
Eugene Smith, J. U. Carrol and F.
L. Voting were elected directors, ti.
A. Jetmore was chosen clerk. The
next tueeMng of the board is tc be
a I criruinully, althaugb he had no per
mit from tbe Secretary of the Inter
ior. When the case began, a ematid
was made of Hauley for 81 a cord for
the DUO cords seized aod the other
jwood which bad been used. Uut the
I Department ottered the 500 cords at
public sale, and could not get a bid
I of anything whatever, ho the (iovern-
With cheers a l d sh utii;g which
showed plainly his triumph over tbe
stalwart faction iu Wisconsin, fiotert
M. LaFollelte was on January -ilh
re-elected Unite I StBtes senator on
joint ballut '." f tha legislature ty an
overwhelming mujjrity. The opposi
tion was ueulikitble. Never since La
Follette'e entrance into political life
has he tten given such a vote of
bald in June by which
rt.ents will have been
have a tetm of school.
Th col i ttoriny weather has driven
the shttpmeu to take refug ou the
desert. Over 40,000 wooleys are
around Alcali and some of tbe bands
are snffeting morn, tbe Hs being
principally lambd. They nere poor
and weak 10 sfatt ftie season and very
few will see tha spring. The trappers
are complaiuiug of tno much mutton
confidence. It was freely predicted j while the coyotes au l cats have not a
that he would b a factor in the re-1 word to say.
publican presidential nomination in
A new domestic postal card is being
Issued by the p"btotlice department,
designed primarily fur index, cr
library purposes, being smaller than
previous Issues. Tbe size is tbiee by
five inches. The card ia white with
red printing. The stamp ia a pioflle
bead of Abraham Lincoln looking to
tbe left. The new card will be
issued iu sheets of 18 when desired in
tbat form for printing purposes.
The acknowledged leader of tbe
national house of representatives on
tbe Democratic side, and tbe one who
will undoubtedly receive the support
of his party for the speakership,
Champ Clark, is booked for a series
of lectures throughout tbe Paeiflo
northwest, following the adjourn
ment f Congress April 1st.
Henry Cabot Longe bus been re
elected U. 8. Senator from Massachusetts.
Two important decisions bave been
received at the 17. S. land olllce re
garding lands in Klacath county.
One is of long standing, being that
of Joseph N. Derleth vs. Valentine
Uernbard over lands in tbe famous
37 10 township. The local land office
nearly four years ago sent up a
split" decision, froio which neither .
C' At -J. t
pariy appealed. Nome tiuif after the
General Land Office cancelled the
entry. Uernhard then appealed from
that decision, and now a Department
al decision reverses the General Land
oiHce and the entry remains intact.
The other sase was that of tbe Unit
ed States vs. Charity Leafdahl. oow
Meyer, la which tbe local ottioe found
for tbe United States. Tbe General
Land Office reverses the proceedings.
The entiywomau had aubmlttsd
proof, and the entry is approved for
meut compromised the civil claim by
taking (1 a cor i. This Mr. Hanley
The status of all timber cutting
cases on the public domain, uoder
j this ruling, will be civil. The law
j 1 rorhies that any one hhd a riuht, t'i
1 cut timbfei worth i'A) a year for his
i owu d jtiK-etic Use, without a permit
from the Secretary. Hut l ere a
man cuts mure than worth iu one
year without a peitrit, he leeoims
liable for the value of the timber at
the point where it H used. In othei
word, tbe Govei nmeut can collect
the highest value of the timber at
any stage of its movement up to the
time of consumption, although the
trespasser's own work has giveu it
that value. This is deemed a sufli-
cient deterrent It protect the domain,
without the criminal proceedings
which have been invoked iu the pant.
J. Frank Adams, of Klamath Falls,
I who recently was im.icted for outting
i ruber on publio domain, esl (mated
WASHINGTON, P. C . Jan. 2
Th National Progressive lo'puhllcHii
League is cresting I be greatest sensa
tion. Many are asking if th organi
zation Is to tight Tuft, or rbstl er it,
menus a third party iu l;U'J. Senator
llrlstow of Kntistin says.
"It I not a movement tn organize
third party, but merely to further
Dl.xoti of Montana said:
' "The otject of the league is to gi t
'closer to popular government. Thsse
I reports tit lis being a political seher.ie
I are all uutrue."
Xorris, when asked if the It-ague
was organized for the purpose of le
feating Taft, said :
"If the people want 'laft it will
help him : if they don't, it will in
jure Mm. "
The following an the 0 Ulcers of the '
league : j
Pnsldent Sen. llourne, Oregou. j
Hrst Vice-President Sorris of
JSeeoud Vice Pretldent Goveruoi
Osborne of Michigan.
Treasurer Chas. li. Crane of Chi
cago Cougreamnnii-elect Kent of Cali
fornia, and Gilford Pluohotare mem
bers of tho executive comnilttlee.
The srtlclss of declaration say in
"The present statute dealing with
the ticsts. railroads and other lutei-
etda are very vague, and are partially
luetf-ct ive. New statutes, tassd up
on sounu economic conditions io
I Li ily needed. "
I The, b'Mg ih a !vociils :
I First - lt,e (inert el-ctinti tidernl
I Second - - A t'loruugli Invent ig,il iou
j of corrupt 1 met Ices.
I I'hird Direct primaries.
j Fair. Ih Initiative, retereudum ami
i lectll in all states.
The lexgut (bins to cooperate with
!t;i,i ti.naller state Imbues and Mill
ttrt ii.ti;edwiely on an active "m
, I aU'i (ii ioiuor Johns, .11 aiis the
! it.ir.j to t. i k: it the artlcbs.
I Storm Stops Applicants
I Toe followiuK a) pi lent i it a for I ho it a
j iu Lake County aers filed al tl.e
local government office duri u the
j week ending January V"1"' :
j Mary Anue Pierc. See. ;i.', ,'!' p.i.
H iwlu D. Gittewood. Sec '12, s i"i
John S. Pollock, Sec .11. i: b'l
cam i O. Olmstead. Seo .'IJ, JV:i
Austin II Olmstead, Sec. 'J.'i-n. '
I!i tholouiew Dias, Sen 1 .'III is.
United In Matrimony
On Wednesday evening of this
week, Kbv. H. Smith united lu iijhi
riage Kohei't L. Ileuellel an I Mrs.
Kvrena Heuellel. The ceremony was
performed at the 13-iptiht parsonage,
only a few intimate friend cf the
couple being la attendance. Tim
usual laige charivari crowd, includ
ing many old acquaintances, waited
on them at the Colorado Hotel and
made things rather lively ia that
vieiuity for a short time. Mr. and
Mrs. Iieuetltl will reside at Crooned
Together with their munv friends
tho Kxatniner takes this opportunity
of extending many good wishes for
their future success and happiness.
Best Nursery Stock
We beg to p'ljr flint wo 111 e 110 a ! k
lug eiders tor norsety stock ( r
Spring Delivery f rum the Albany
Nurseries, the v 1 11 hcxl for this
Alt cbisses nf trull mid 10 11 11 in 11 1 11 1
sti ck 011 hand.
Save your orders fi r vn
F.. IS. Patch. Ak'Ktif,
'.'li i! ll. II. AlgOf, -'llleslllKII.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
l r km i l l; I-! 1 1 u sai.i: i iron i d.
x 1 rin us ami ma 1 1 1 e-s; I 11 pin dster- d
PaM'iipoit bed; I liln'orv Jalde; I
kitchen i-itliliiel; I lybllhi; oinrl
1 No. .'1 Oliver type Wlltcr. I be-c
Ki '"Is 11 ie III II 1 t i loss 1 dl I I'll 11 In I 1
priced low for ipm k sale. May be
seen a t I he I 'laiimg M ilil. I.' ,
I'OK S. '. - 11 trtra In, To acres Intel !
land adjoins l.nkcticw; crik inns'
Ibl'oiigli l; cols '.M lint. 1 . b
Moll; fenced ; sioull bouse; sln'il bain.
Also -Id seres L'1 iiiIIcn I'mxii (own,,
H O colds o! w o h ou 1 1 , r 1 11 1 1 n oil ;
to n. .'H per cord. V ( 1. ill 'ub ill!
nearly pay for the 110 acres. I or
price ami terms it rite W. I'aine A
I '., Lakevle t , 1 l'egoil. 1
IToiir. $1 ,7.T fM'h or ik:t.AO per
lOOiil i:iebei 's 4 'ash Mori"
I i 1 1 1
I II t U'I'l V
jirt you out of
'? lo vou foil-
is .ill tin- plant's
II" our house is
whig jiiki you
nrr usiii", the lust I. imps
011 e;iu iimiI ti.'t II v help
lilt li:e i.
L 11 vJ L ub. Vim
C ASTO R I A
C. C. LONZWAY. PROPRIETOR
BEST MEALS IN TOWN-Try Us
(iOOD, CU:AN ROOA1S
Broad, Hot Rolls and Cakoa Bakod Daily
l-wxivil ns-TtvT . .mil mm
IRVW'OT rCf. ....
AT PI AY
AT Isr CM.AI
All attack of the grip Is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
iiiiiny proves a grout anti'iyaiice.
t-'liiillibeibilii's Cough Itemedy has
been e tennivt l.v used and W illi good
Hiiceess fin tic relief and cure of Ibis
rough. Man v' rases ii ive been cured
after all other remedies have lulled.
Sold bv all good dea lers
Thornton's Drug Store
t ' frja.r j - t "inr t -
to be worth about !5U, also was dis
charged by Judge Heau ou the Same
rule covering the Haulev case.
riour, $1,7. Msu-k or Wl.Mi itvr
1X ut Jtlcbfr'M Cash Store
Flour, ,7." Htu-k or .'.. "JO ,'r
JOOat JtielM-r'H Cash Store '
The regular teachers' examination
for Lake County will be held ft my
ortlce in Lakeview commencing at 9
o'clock A. M., February 8, 11)11, and
cootinuicg three days for applicants
for county certifloates and four days
for those applying lor state certifi
cates. K. li. JACKSON,
County School Superintendent.
OUR LINE OF FALL AND WINTER
GOODS IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
RESPECT. WE CAN SUPPLY
1 rmtr ai'tnuaamflwimBgOTrjav. n.vi
BAILEY & MASSINGILL
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