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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1912)
A complete Uneof
wagon and buggy
robes, bits, Hates,
ettee, etc., etc.
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Everything In the
line of carriage
and horse furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MAHKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
B. H. KOGEKd
8. A. MUSHEN
COT NTT SCBNBYOB
S. A. MUSHEN & CO.
SURVEYING. MAPPING AND
BLUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY
BLUE PRISTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS. $1 00 EACH
WHITE PRINTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, II .45 EACH
LAND REPORTS MADE -
OP MY OWN
SUITABLE FOR HARD USAGE FOR SALE
If yon cannot be fitted properly
or yon bare bad feet, ril make
you a pair of Shoes or Hoots
to measure that will fit you,
and will make them, if neces
sary. In one day. I absolutely
re f line to make Dress Shoes be-
mum am not equipped for It,
but If you want a pair of Shoes
that will wear, you can get
them here at reasonable prices.
Sailed bottom Shoes from $5.00
Hand-sewed welts from - $8.00
LEO HASEL, SHOEMAKER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
Abstracts to O.V.L. Property
x for each tract of land in Lake Co.
I for each Town Lot in Lakeview,
( Oregon, including first deed from
' the Company.
Get our special prices for Abstracts of Title to any
real estate in Lake County.
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Operate. 5tagea, carrying United State Mall., Expreae aad Puaengar. .a tb.
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
ALTOIOBILES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE STAGES
Klamath Falls Route
Davis Creek Route
Oavl C ack
W. J. ARCHER
A CURIOUS REMEDY
OFFERED THE BALD
l "Did vou aver notice." said the
j Ancient Philosopher, "that there Is
! lareer average number of baldheaded
! men In the cities and towns than In the
: country? Well, it's true, and there
; and a reason for it. It la found In the
; tha wearing of silk and Derby hats.'
and the Ancient Phlosooher Oasied In
to a reminiscent mood.
"1 can well remember that when I
1 was a very small bov. some 66 vears
ago." said he. "that verr many or the
ersndmotbera of the neighborhood in
which 1 lived were bald-beaded, and it
was the rule to see these old people
wearing win to cover their baldness.
And thre was a cause for that too.
and that cause wss to bo found In the
fsshiou of the dav juet as it is with
tho men of toe cities tod a v. It was the
close fitting aunbonnets and cops which
the? wore, I bo most hiahlv fashioned
onea turned no ward in front giving
the outline a circular form at the top,
while the ordinary form was straight
from the enlarged portion at the back
and this form wss sustained bv stsvs
of wood or cardboard. No air could
circulate beneath such a bonnet, and
Nature rebelled bv removing the natur
al growth of hair on the head. Hence
it became fashionable to wesr wigs.
"I notice in tho newspapers all sorts
of nostrums are offered for the cure of
baldness ; but it is my belief that there
is onlv one effective cure, and that is
tho sunliarbt of the hot summer time.
"Let me tell vou a little atorv to il
lustrate mv point" aaid tho Ancient
Philosopher. "Years ago I became
acquainted with a scholsrlv msn while
he waa sorting aa county superinten
dent of schools in a Mississippi vsllev
state. He waa extremely bald hav
ing oclv a narrow rim of hair at the
back of his bead. After completing
his term of office he sold his posses
sions there and bought a farm in a
county further west. There, while
working hia farm, he heard of a
remedy for baldness, and thought it
worth while to give it a trial.
When he began cultivating hia crop
of corn he bought a straw hat. cut the
body of the hat awav to the rim.
wearing that rim as a substitute far
a hat. and. with the full glare of the
summer sun down on bis bald pate,
went ahead with hia work. As mav be
imagined, bv night he had a violent
ease of aunburn all over bis bead : but
that did not deter him from his pur
pose. Next dav the process was con
tinued, with an increase of discomfort,
and a blister over everv portion of his
hesd. He slept little that night be
cause of the pain from the sunburn :
i but he kept on with his experiment
and for six weeks more nothing but
qis batbrim for head covering. In the
meantime the eoidermis or outside cov
ering of his head dried and became
loose, so that at the end of two weeks
this outers kin. bv the aid of his good
wife was entirely removed, disclosing
a well formed new skin beneath.
Strange to sav. the sunlight and heat
had no perceptible effect on this new
formation; but within a few davs. by
the aid of a glass, his wife made the
discovery that all over bis scalp count
less numbers of infinitessimal hairs had
made their appearance: and. aa the
days went on these small hairs grew
longer. and at the end of his corn plow
ing a complete covering had come upon
his hither to bald head, at least an
eighth of an inch in length. He felt
well repaid for his inconvenience and
"I went to the state fair that fall,
and wassuroneed to find this gentleman
there on free exhibition in a tent, the
affidavits of several neighbors, being
spread nn a placard in front, stating
the fact that "last soring be was
bald :" now he had a full head of hair,
black as night. I greeted him renew
ing former acquaintances and he told
me this storv."
GIVEN HIS FREEDOM
Daily Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at - - - 5:05 A. M.
Arrives atReno, Nevada, at - - - G:05 P. M.
"iiaiii lu. 1 leaves Reno, Nevad, at 8:45 A. M.
Arrive- at Alturas at 9:50 P. M.
S. P. Co's Trains leave Reno as follows:
No. 23 lieaven Reno for r?au Francisco at ....7:45 P.M.
" 0 Leaves Iteno (or Han Francisco at 12:60 Midnight
This train now carries passengers and sleeper may be occupied after 9
P. M. dally
" 3 Leave. Reuo for haii Frauoiwo at... .1:42 A. M.
" 4 leaves Heno for the East at , 9:40 I. M.
" 2 Ieavei" Reno for the East ac .8:W P, M.
" 24 leaves Ueuo for Uoidneld at 9:43 V, M.
Lake County Climate
1KOM THE CIIEWAKCAN PMKg
It is a pity that the whole world can
not know of the splendid climate, with
which this part of Oregon is blessed.
There has been no real cold weather
so far this winter, yet it was sufficient
to freeze s fine duality of ice for sum
mer use. There have been no severe
storms, althouh considerable snow has
fallen and there is a probability that
more will come before soring. The
mountains have been covered with deep
snow, which will furnish abundant
moisture for the coming year. And.
greatest of all. on the 12th day of this
month plowing was in progress in both
Summer Lake and the Chewaucan
valleys. Plowing in January! In what!
otner normern state lias tnis been
The writer bas traveled a few miles
over this continent, but he has never
before found a country with such an
all around agreeable climate, as that
of the Chewaucan Vallev. Tell it to
your triends on the outside.
It might be a good thing if the de
cline In prices on the Stock Exchange
would hit the provision market. St.
The record of tho miscarriage of
Justice by courts and juries through
tho acceptance of circumstantial evl
donee ha recently been tiven a new
illustration in a case which occurred
In Jackson county. Oregon, aa told in
a dispatch from Seattle, showing bow
an Innocent man waa convicted of mur
der bv tho burning of his victim in his
cabin, some nine vears ago. Tho ese
excited wide interest at tho time, and
tho conviction was based upon tho
finding of some charred bones, suppoo-
ed to bo those of tho owner of tho cab
in, in the ruins thereof, a fire hsvlng
destroyed tho building, snd tho fsct
thst tho sccuaed msn hsd been known
to bsvo been at tho cabin tho dav be
fore it was burned. As related bv tho
press dispatch, tho story, with its se
quel follows :
Seattle Wash. Jan. 18. Tried con
victed and sentenced to serve ninety,
nine vesrs in an Oregon penitentiary
for killing a man who never was killed
VY. L. Veach served eight years of his
sentence before tho supposed victim.
Albert Teuuin. put in sn appearance
in Jackson county. Oregon, where the
crime was supposed to have taken place
Veach waa released and went homo
onlv to find that his wife waa married
again and living happilv. Ho did not
let her know of his presence and de
ported from Oregon forever.
Become to Seattle leit Julv and
was arrested for being drunk. He told
to the police tho atory of his life's
trsgedv and said thst in intoxication
onlv could bo find relief from hia grief.
He frequently was arreated thereafter.
Veach was first arrested after Too-
pin's cabin was found in ruins and
aearcb revealed some charred bones
supposed to be his remains. Veach
admitted that he had aleot in the
cabin that night and was sent to the
penitentiary on circumstantial evi
The Bishop and His Do?
I am auite sure thst he thinks 1 am
Since he Is God on whom each one de
For life, and all things that bis bountv
Mv desr old dog. most constant of sll
Not ouick to mind, but quicker fsr
To Him whom God I know and own:
Deeo brown snd liuuid. watches for mv
He is more patient underneath the rod
Thsn I. when God His wise corrections
He looks love st mc. decoss words e'er
And from name never crumb nor sup
But wags thanks with bis most vocal
And when some crashing noise wakes
all hia fear.
He is content and uuiet if I am near.
Secure that mv protection will prevail:
So. faithful, mindful, thankful, trust
Telia me what 1 unto mv God should
Indiananolia News : In other words,
there wss a monopoly in food main
tained by certain of tho great Chicago
packers. These revelations are speci
fically interesting in view of tho fact
that it has alwsvs been maintained
that the packera were in no way re
sponsible for the high price of meat
that it was due to the machinations
of the wicked retailers. We now see
that the packers were not the helpless
creatures thev were said by them
Caesar Taft exclaims: "Et. T.
Roosevelt !"' Philadelphia Record.
County Court Proceedings
(Continued from last week)
January 2nd, 1912
The following claima against Lake
county. Oregon, were examined, allow
ed and warrants ordered drawn, as the
law provides, to be paid out of the
road fund charged to the various road
districts of the county, ss follows :
Wescot, road work acct.
road diet. No. 1.... 20 00
Fraok Childs, same CO 25
(), Osinonson, same 62 70
J. B. Blair, cash advanced
road dist. No. '.2 2 60
J. L. Woodward, bridge tim
ber acct. road dlst. No. 2.. 9 00
Warner Valley Merc. Co.,
bridge timber acct. road
dist. No. 6 42 00
C. L. Becraft, road work acct
road diet. No. 9 M 60
J. Norln, road work acct.
road dist. No. 13 10 00
K. Meyer, same 25 00
H. D. Lange, same 4 50
U. A. Martin, same..., 16 00
F. J. I-ong, Bame 64 6.1
H. V. Carmsck, road work
acct. road diet. No. 14 ... , ' 98 00
J. M. Keever, same 87 00
8. Flndley, enme ,)0
H. F. Wright, same
Fred Wright, same.,,
A. Kind lor, same
M. F. Gelgvr, same
U. Packman, same'
Thomas Mckeff, .nine
Tho following claims ordered
out of the general road fund of tho
Hank of Lakeview, ctsh ad
vsocsJ road work 1 .SI 4 62
Hall Construction Co., for
road work 76
("rend Pendleton, same 2H3 60
Chewaucan Commercial Cm,,
supplies for county roads 6 20
F. M. Chrtsman. same 12 00
January 3rd, 1912
Claims against Lake County. Ore
gon, were examined, allowed, snd
warrants ordered drawn on the general
fund of tho County, as by law pro
vided. In payment of tho asms, as
Kalarlos of roui.ty officers.. 1,2 W 90
I). T MudalM uiltor service.. 130 00
Trlxv McVey, clerical at.
assessor and sheriff 100 00
Examiner Pub. Co., printing
and publishing 1 13
Lakrvle Herald, printing
and pobllithlng 6 26
Ray Nash, hall rent for elec
tion Nov. 1911 3 00
W. II. SnlJers stamp snd tcl-
eg ranis 67 37
L. F. Onn, grand Jury wit
ness Oct. ti-rru. 1911 2 10
Elmer IleudersoD, same 3 NO
(. 8. Easter, same 2 10
Lloyd Hlcker.oii, same 2 10
E. M. nrown.ssme 16 10
8. C. Burris, work on book
case ... 3.1 00
Eph Miller, salary as deputy
sheriff 21 days 63 60
Lakeview-Ploe Creek Electric
Co., tel. message Co. Judge 1 00
(J. B. O rates, work on court
hoUMK'. 64 60
Southstone Rroa., supplies.. 73
II. L. Crocker Co., document
gulJes 11 00
Glass A Prudhonime Co. .sup
plies for sheriff 26 00
Glass A Prudhomiue Co., sup
plies for nchool sopt 120 00
Chewaucan Prva, hall for
election and pub. notice of
tearhcra examination...... 10 00
January 6th, 1912
The following claims against Lake
County. Oregon, were examined, allow
ed, and warranta ordered drawn on
the general fund of the county, aa bv
law provided, in payment of the same,
as follows, towit :
F. W. Payne, cash advanced
for stamp, snd clerical asst. 1S2 40
II. H. II Mho. digging grave
for It Taylor 0 00
T. V. Hall, salury Co. physi
cian & deputy heal lb officer 1U 00
F. O. Abletrom, witneas fees
before graud Jury, Oct. 1911 10 10
C. E. Oliver, clerical aaat.
asaeHsor'rt office 126 00
Mammoth livery stable, liv
ery hire for burial of coonty
piiupern 14 60
Geo. Lynch, wood for county
court liuiiHe 46 00
G. W. Marvin, Justice fee 8 00
A. L.Thornton, supplies .... 0 to
Geo, Hanklus, auto hire dep
osition of E. II. A msdeu.. . . 1" 00
Wm. Wallace, burial of B.
Taylor (15 00
Bailey A Mssxiuglll, supplies 4 10
Bud Harvey, witness coro-
oer's Jury 1 00
01 1 it Harris, name 1 00
Gib Guy, same Id
Del mar Taylor, eame 100
Mrs. Clara Tsylor, same .... 1 60
Deua Batcheider, reporting.. 10 00
Wm. Wallace, coroner's fee
Imjue.t E. M. Brown and
B. Talor 10 00
It. A. Paxton, Juror coroner's
inquetii l 00
John Simmons, tame 1 00
K. A. Hawkins, sams 00
John ArxDer, same 1 00
Daniel Hum Is, same..... 1 90
Sam McKee, same 1 00
G. W. Welch, telegram 100
Irwin Hodnn, Co., election
supplies 09 60
The following clelms were ordered
paid out of tho general road fund of
the county, as tv law provided, ss
Woodcock A Leonard road,
supplies 87 25
Oeo. 8. Downs, road work.. 20 60
G. H. Aldridge, same 21 00
Arthur Jllgunll, same 4 60
January 11th, 1912
The following claims against Lake
County. Oregon were examined, allow.
ed, and warrants ordered drawn on the
general road fund of the county, as
provided by law, In payment of ssme
ss follows, to-wit:
F. E. Aodereoo, road work 32 00
Frank Rogers, cash advanced
for hauling bridge timbers 103 60
To be paid out of the general fund
of the county aa follows:
Mrs. L. F, Conn, services on
teacher's exnmlnstloo board 9 00
DoclaL. Wlllits, same....... o 00
W. B. Hu ldr, clerical asst . . . , 160 00
0. A, Rchart. attendance
county court 4 20
F. E. Anderson, same 62 00
J. Q. Wlllits, travsllng ex-
I'"hs 73 70
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PROI tiSSION AL CARDS
XUHIUK W. OUTON
All Practice Except U. S.
Land OlBce Boslness.
Attorney at Law
snd Notary Public
a . a. t aa 4
OFriCK-Daly Bulld.n,. i
J. D. VENATOK .
Attorney at Law,
Land ond Law Ofilce
Abstractor of Titles
W. LaIK THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Office In O. V. L. Co.'o BuUding.
S, A. MUH1IKN.
Surveying and Enirlueerluf
Mulie No. 1 iAkevlew
Wstson Block Oregon