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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
A complete llneol
wHpon ami buggy
robes, blta, rlatea,
spurs, quilts, rose-
ettes, etc., etc.
Kvery thhijf In the
line of carrla'jre
mid home furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. P. AHLSTROM
R. H. KOGKKd
S. A. MUSH EX
W. J. ARCHER
S. A. MUSH EN d? CO.
SURVEVINU, MAPPING AND
BLUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY
BLUE PRISTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, $1 00 EACH
WHITE PRINTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, $1.25 EACH
LAND REPORTS MADE
GET PRICES ON
Glear Lumber, Mill Work
WILLOW RANCH. GAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. AT. CORY,
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Operate Stages, carrying United State .Mailt, Ex pre and Pawenger on th
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOnOBIL.ES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE STAOES
FARES: One Way Round trip
Klamath Falls Route - - - $10.00 $18.00
Davis Creek Route - -. - - 4.00 7.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Lakeview . Stage Otflc
Plub .... Sullivan Hotel
Klamoib Fall . . American Hotel
Oavl.Ceek Stage Office
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO,
ABSTIACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY IN LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Our Complete Tract Index
Insures Accuracy, Promptness ard Ktlittill t
C Such an Index is the ONLY IthLlAlJLE system from which an
Abstract can be made, showing all defects of title.
Wo Also Furnlsh ffi7Jg8ES.&'
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
POSTOFFICC BOX 243 PHONK171
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
KLAMATH MAY GET
A FISH HATCHERY
Klamath Falls Herald : Captain W.
II. Lampson arrived in the city last
evening on his wav toKalmsth Agency
and Spring Creek, where be will In
vestigate a location for a United
States fish hatchery. Mr. Lampson is
superintendent of the California branch
of fisheries, under the department of
commerce and labor. One of the prin
cipal trout hatcheries on the coast Is at
llornbrook, California, which handles
only the rainbow species. There is
also a small trout hatchery at Sparks,
Nevsds, and salmon hatcheries at
Baird. BattKCreek and Mill Creek.
Mr. Lampson stated that ha had been
ordered to investigate Spring Creek by
the department of commerce and labor,
and report on its availability as a site
for the location of a fish hatchery. As
Spring Creek hss already been examin
ed by the it ate gsn ami fish commis
sion and received favorable considera
tion, it would seem that the establish
ment of a hatchery at thia point was
practicality assured. The state officials
bsve held uo their plans through the
delsy in getting title to the site, and
in case the government should desire
to build a hatchery, it would probab
ly be easier for it too get the location
than for the state officers.
However, it is almost assured that
a hatchery will be located either by
the state or government.
A" great deal will depend," said
Captain Lampson, "on the supply of
trout and the possibility of securing
eggs for the hatchery. Wherever we
take the egg from the streams we' al
ways return 25 per cent after hatching
to the same waters from which we
took eggs. It is estimated that fully
75 per cent of the eggs are lost if left
In the regular spawning ground, so
that thtf hatcheries get the eggs needci
for distribution without depleting the
stock in the streams."
Mr. Lampson says that it is very im
portant that the streams and lakes of
this section should be kept well stocked
with trout, as the fishing can te made
one of the greatest attractions for
tourists and sportsmen, and will bring
hundreds of thousands of dollar into
NEW VIEW TAKEN
OF PRIMARY LAW
New York, April 23. A group of
men passengers on tne lttanlc kept a
card game going tor three quarters of
an hoar after the steamer struck the
iceberg, to allay the fears of ethers,
according to George Brsdley, one of
the first cabin passengers.
Bradley was playing bridge in a room
far aft on the ship and felt only a
slight shock from the collision.
Henry B. Harris was in another party
in the same room, Bradley said, and
left his game to gn on deck with Brad
ley to investigate. Mr. Harris, Brad
ley snid, found his wife, saw her to one
of the boats and then came back to the
room to which Bradley had already had
He told me there was danger," said
Bradley, but tor the sake of women
and children to make no sign. The or
chestra struck up 'Alexander's K air-
time Band' and we went on playing
cards. There was not a man in the
game who did not realize the stake he
was plaving for. Tney plaved on,
played anything they had a mind to
and finally struck up 'Nearer, My God,
"Then we knew that the time had
come, and that it was no use to bluff
any longer. People crowded around
us and watcned us plav the game out,
feeling that there could be no danger,
when the old hvmn sounded a differ
ent feeling possessed them. They knew
that it waB time to go, if any one of
us hoped for a chance to get off the
Salem, Or., April 22. tn an offhand
opinion, Attorney General Crawford
today declared that unless Theodore
Roosevelt receives the maiority vote
of the Republican party in Oregon,
those candidatea for delcgatea to the
Republican National convention who
were elected on a platform which de
clared for Tsft or La Follette are mor
ally in honor bound to go Into the con
vention and and vote tor Tsft or l.a
He Construes the reading of the
Presidential preference primary law to
mean that a distinct maiority of the
party for Presidential candidate must
express their favorable vote for that
candidate, or it Is not Incumbent upon
delegates to go into the convention to
support such a candidate.
He further bolsters his views along
this line by the provision In tho Presi
dential preference primary law which
requires that each voter may only vote
for one delegate to the National con
"This Is apparently a pure and sim
ple effort to secure proportional rep
resentation," stated the Attorney Gun-
real. "In the light of this fact the
construction as to oath to be taken ty
the delegates means that the minority
of the party must be represented.
Therefore, in my opinion, those who
received from the party a sufficient
number of votes to name them a dele
gates, and who were representatives on
the ticket of either Tsft or La Fol
lette are In the proportion! rpresen-
tstion theory, in duty bound to vote
for those candidates whom they de
clared to the people on the ballot that
they would represent in the National
Both Dr. J. N. Smith and Fred S.
Rynon, who are probably elected as
delegates, and who atated on the bal
lots thst they were favorable to Taft,
declared today that they will vote for
Roohovelt in tho National convention,
although Mr. Synon plans to see the
Attorney General and abide by his de
cision. Each declared he would abide by the
people's choice. "I will vote for Roose
velt until such time as I see that he'
cannot be elected," said Dr. Smith.!
Then 1 will go with the man who has J
the biggest vote In the convention, j
When the question of Statement No. lj
came up and the question of a Repub
lican voting for a Democrat came along
with it, I could not see my way chyir
to vote for a Democrat. But I will
stand for the choice of the Republican
Mr. Bynon stated he would vote for
Roosevelt, but is not prepared to com
mit himself as to what stand he will
take should Roosevelt show to be los
ng in the convention.
; It pays to be prudent
.when it comes to pro
tecting your fjnrtlcns
from tho squirrel vnrmin
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; ftevrolary ul nii ritllanlir :. knot
1 ihHiiriar i.l 1 rveaury Kreakll. MacVal.b
aaoreiary of War. Jacob H liicklnao.
attorney UMifel ,,. tieora; W, VI Icknaliaw
I Koetmaaiar IJeuar.l Klerk II, Htlthomik
: Sei riMarynl Nay. . , . . ..llcur, Vou I., Moral
i aacrelary Interior W. A. flaber
1 Secretary nt Asrlctiltui Jl I liana
1 Mroretrry of Commerce Iharln Maeal
, Uhlel Ju.lloe ,. . (baric Kdward hit.
U. N, Velialou rointtilaetnuer
W, a, Richard. U.S. Iud Cojiiulaaiouel
, itovcruor ,owM Wm
anoieiary ol Stale n W.OIcoit
Ireaaurcr ,,1 ho. II, Kef
Attorney Hatiaral A. M.I raw lore)
an pi. i'ubilc luetruciton 1.. K, a Mr, man
fruiter M. I'uiuwey
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tirCtfuMR MitiNii isu m. i. u Kopraatmlall ,
I (i LTliuiiipMia
W. F. PAINE & CO.
Is triad for rouuh war and
long servic. in th. vrrtteat
weather. It will not diaap.
point you in aithar reapect
scrrmoo SLICIERS SS.OO
ftru Towar Canuliaa Co., Ltd.,
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finnl hAKIIM 111 Hit ll ur UkkUHW
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j'uulor KiK-lcl, at :.! I'M. Ha.li.l tolili,
l aoi.lo'a I uion ai;lul'Muu .a. li Miiniar.
t-rayvr M re ll ii al 7;;to I M tWiliipulay av.
tuns. LvortUxljr mvilinl to atnua all ar
laa. KkV. A. V MMMU.NH
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at S:UO and lu a.m.; koavrjr al ti.m. Maaa
ou rrvkiia)r al 7:t a m. ixi l in tha Saw
Miurvb. MaI iiIam M liMll'l, r.J.
HKM fKKMltVT.HIAN t lit Itt II K LAKE
VlkW. mimla lu Ilia Maaoulu Hail, Sunday
hrbuul at IU:tu A.M.; Mornlii wrvli-a at U:u)
Kvcnliig hvtvua at 1:!. t't.yrr Mviiiik on
Mrduaailaa at 7: so I'.M. Ail ar rorUlaiir lu
HKV W H I HVht . H i , l a.t'r.
A Profitable Suggestion
neno uazeiie : iNeariy . every min
ing district gets a black eye during its
cradle days by the circulation of stories
of(its fabulous wealth.
bometimes these fables turn true,
but rarely. As a result people travel
long distances, witb intents of invest
ing their money, but a little Invest!
gstion on the ground results in finding
that the ledges have shrunk in value in
dimensions and grown leaner in value.
Then the intending investor goea his
way and curses the camp and.ita boomers.
High Grade has an opportunity to
profit by the follies and the failings of
other camps Let the truth and the
truth only be told of the new district
It might be better to tell just a little
less than the truth, so that the people
who are now rushing in or preparing to
oufit, will be agreeably surprised when
For aorenemiof tlie muactc aliutliHF Inrfucad
by violent esercUu or Injury, Ctiambarlslu's
Liniment la excellent. Thia llnlmunt la alao
blirhlr eatuumsd for tha rnlli.(-tt .rTorila In
caav ol rbuumatisin. for asle by all doalura.
Oregon Journal: Fifteen million
dollars is the total amount to be paid
by the various life, accident and mar
ine insurances companies as a result
of the loss of the Titsnic, according
to estimates made by adjusters here
The marine companiea will have to
pay two thirds of this. Several Ameri
can concerns doing all classes of insur
ance biminess arc said to be hurd hit.
All the marine insurance was carried
abroad, but the American companies
are affected through reinsurance. In
surance Field, a trade journal' puplish
ed here says that the Titanic losses are
unparalleled in the annals of marine
insurance, ami estimates the losses as
Accident insurance, $2,21.1,000.
Life insurance, $2,113.000.
Marine insurance, ship. $5,000,000.
Marine insurance, cargo, $5,000,000.
la addition to the atova, tha underaicnwl
iffrrsoti Ih aain oumlitlon Vt u.c (or all bora
te branded boro-aboa bar ou both or rltker
!. Hrand rvcorriud Id el. lit rountlu. henna
Haro-T, lk and Crook cnunilve. Horace
Nona but grown horaraaold, and only In large
a.brhe W W. HaowH. Mia. 6rv(on.
rattle or inulra txr ,
troaal HAM and 7:.i I
ul fvrrr nioiitb Hunalat
ftmtvt Bvrdc al 7:au ou MaducsUay wsulna
ol vat'h weed. All tf cordially iuvlwd to
alU lid Iba aervlev.
kKV. L. K. UkNDKHMON,
J. N. Watson
Farm Lands a Specialty
LAKEVIEW : OREGON
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M ul b bubila)
K'hooi al lu A M.
WASHINGTON. D. (?.
rom.icLANn mattkiw: riNAi. rsotir
CONTKMT AND MINING CASKH HI'ltlPT
Associatk Work Fuh Attornkvi
S. P. Agent Gets Medal
The Oregon Journal under a Klam
ath Falls date line says : A gold medal
is to be awarded to S. J. 15 alley, sta
tion agent here for the Southern Paci
fic railroad, for maintaining the best
kept depot on tne company's linea in
the last year.
"The Klamath Falls station is the
best kept on the Southern Pacific linea
between El Paso, Texas, and Portland,
Oregon," read the official announce
ment. The award was the result of a
visit here by railroad Inspectora In
Several years ago the railroad com
pany inaugurated a system of awards j
for neatness at stations. The local i
station has been nigh on the list for
several years, but this was the first!
time It succeeded In taking first place.
It you want good potatoes at a J
low price, see J. B. Lane or E. It
M. D. Hopkins
Office: Flj un Hid., N. W'nterSt
Lakeview : : Oregon
Now lathe tiiue to g-utrld ol your rheums-
tiim. You will find Chamberlain's Mnlmeut
Wonderfully effective. One application will
convince vou of lis merits. Try It. tot sals
by all dealer.
TTTGood wiring is
1 1 the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it
Let the Examiner figure on
your next Job Printing.
LAKCVltW I.olHiK No ll.A.r7rATwMt
atatvd umvtltiaa Saturday on or bWnre luU
iniMtii. January i'.tli. March Jnd, March Jan.
April 7lb, May 2 lu, Juno iulh, y. homial
nioviliiita upou call, tfotmraily Saturday eB
ItiK. V tailing brethren KvU'oiue. W. Lair
'lbuuiaou, V. M. J A. kV.Orlou.buu'y
A O. V. W.-LAKHVIKW UHMIK NO. 111.
Mi'fl eery avcoud aud lourtb Iburatlay ol
taih nion lb. In Maa-mlc Hall, ltkaviaw.
C'ha. Tuuulugaen, M.W.; Wtu. Ouutber, U
UkoKKB OK HONOK-I.AKkiillOKE u.e
Ho. 77, U.uf II., A.O. U. W Menu .iim aud
third Tburaday of each niotitli l nnc
Hall: Mar l oai, C. ul 11.; J. Hull Arauer. U
ul It. Lore Hny.lor t;. of C.i Aiauieda
I. O. O. V -lJk KK VIEW UilHiK, No. St, I kj
O.K., mcela arery haiursay aveuliiK ......
Kullow Hall, al 7:oo'i l(H k. from Oamui i
lo April 1, ami al s olclock Iroiu April! to
rkiptmiibur so. U. II. huuila, N. O.j . ,.
I. (. O. K.-I.AKKVIr.W .N(;AM-MhN'l No. 1
I. O. O. K., inevta ihe Aral and third Tbur
day evtiulUK ol each mouth lu Odd Kellowa
li.ll. Lakel.w. c. I). Arthur, C. K, A. U
KKHKKAH IXJlMtlt-LAK SV IKW LOlMiK, NO
'ft, I. O. O. K luoela the actotid aud fourth
rrldayaof i-a.-li mouth lu Odd Kullow Ilk 1
Mr fulls Chru.-y, S U; Mia liulae btor.
mail, Vu; Alice duutiuf, 'Ireaaureri M l.
t.k,.S.OKlhNlAL CIIAITO, NO o, LAkh,
view. Orrou,-Meet ou 1'ui-ailay, ou ur t.u
lore lull uimiu and two wouk therualter. lu
Maaoulo Hall, al7:ao o'clock.
Vlaitlun uieuibvra are cordially Invited
AltniUK W. OKTON
All Practice Eicept U. B.
Lantl Olllue Bulnes.
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
OFFICE Daly lluildlug. """"""
J. D. VKNATOIt
Attorney at Law,
ftAl ft. A MatAalMlLaMla.U.
mw ! rvuvaniuif
OFFICB-Dalf B.lldlnf .
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Tlll.s
Katabll.tied 1WI8 ik view, Ore
W. IAIK TIIOMI'SON
Attorney at Law
OHlce In O. V. L. Co.'a llullding.
J. L. LYONS, D. D. 5.
Offlca In Watson' Block, Lake- '
Blfbt Tear's eiparlene In Michigan.
Uradaata of tnlverelty of Mtobliaa.