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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1912)
TO WINTER RANGE
TO BE EXPLOITED
C. M. Sain 'Says Ho Has
Sulticient Funds to Car
ry on tho Work
l.k. out ul U" t"'"1
A complete Hue of
wagon and tuiggv
rolx's, bit, rlate.
ettes, etc., etc.
Kverjtlilnjr In I lie
line of crrliKc
and horse furnMi
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
comes because the stomach has had too much to
do. Don't rest it by tasting which exhausts
yours trength but use
I II IWgf"
HAS NO EQUAL
h ! BcnoCsCaotBSfci'Q1
IN THE SQUARE PACKAGE
Consisting of rich creamy milk, with ex
tracts of Wheat and Hurley Mult (in ;ion
dered form and nun-alcoholic), which wit!
supply the necessary nutrition in such tin
eusilv digested form that the stomach Iihs
h chance to nvm-'T Its lost tone. Sot tee
the pleasant taste ami absence of tang.
Get Free Trial Package and Unusual
Uecipe IiuoU from Your Druggist
THOPJSTON DR.UG STORE
Grain Fed Cattle
yields m uch s weeter and tender
er tteef than those that have
run miles every day to secure
a living on the range. Our beef
conies from grain fed cattle,
though it costs you no more
than the other kind. You are
sure to like it.
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Successors to S. F. AHLSTR.OM
From The Irish Xews
It has been ottlciully learned thut
! th immigration to this country from
In Ihi il was greater by several thou
'sand during tho fiscal year ending June
; NO, 1012, ms compared with pre cding
j yenr. Tho returns show that :H2-2
Irian immigrants lauded at our ports
;aurirg thut year, ms against 29,112 for
j lust year and 29,S.V for the year be
Statistics compiled hy a Catholic In
stitution in New York city, which en
deavors to keep ilsta on Irish immi
grants In general, show that the !rjr
et number bound for anv one state
staid in New.YorK, 11,042 remaining
The smallest number was 1 to Porto
Rico. To Oregon c me 228, with the
very same nuniotr to Idaho: 540 wne'
bound for Washington, 334 pought
Montana and 16 expected to reach
V hen one considers thst the total
foreign immigration l.i this country fir
the year ending June 3d, 1912 was
S00.UC0. it will be seen that tho Irish
immigration Is very email in compari
Vow The Irish Xews
Hugo t.eyva, a former employee of
the Arrner Brothers blacksmith shop,
i i.akeview, paired through San Fran
cisco recently enrou'e for Watsonville,
' where lie will join his wife.
' Doctors E. L. and FranK Harrington,
brothers of Mrs. Laura Harry, of Lake-
view, have returned from New 1 ork
city where they we: ailed on urgent
Louis Kerrigan, who has many
friends in and about Lakeview, that will
be pleased to learn of bia new pu mo
tion to the position of cashier of the
Miss Bertha Lotftua, of Lakeview, is
now on a visit with her uncle, John
Loritus, of Orland, Cal., Incidentally
i she is attending the University of Or
A dispatch, under dale of October
21, from Salem to the Orcgunian says:
Declaring that he bus the assurance of
$.IHX),01!00 with which to carry on de
velopment work of Summer and Abert
lake in Lake county, that if no other
railroads, trie company will construct
its own and that the comoany will do
better than live up to the contract
with tho stato in producing talts, pot
ash, and soda from these lakes and
will double ita production provided in
t contract, C. M. Sain has returned
from Los Angeles and led to-day for
those lakes to take up the work on the
ThH Statu Land Hoard leaded these
lakes fur 40 years to Sain and liia aiso
dates. They guarantee to pay a roy
alty of at least $.'(),00ll a year, starting
with 1913, the lift! two payments to be j
made January , 1015. The royalties
will be SI a ton on all soda and potash
taken from the lakes and 50 cents a tun
on common table salt, with a mini
mum of $50,000 a year to the state.
Mr. Sam says that SoO.000 will be
invested this year and 1913. 'lhis
will include the cost of installing vats,
calcining plnnts, buildings, roads and
"We have guaranteed to product)
From The Irish .Vcn
Owing tu tliu increasing cold weallur
and tho slight storm 1 1 1 lie pnt uiontn,
both f w hich predict Ihu passirg if
the "good eld summer time," nmi t nl
tho sheep men are now passing through
en route from their summer ranges lo
winter lieadipisrlvrs. Very 'ew l ave
actuully gone nntntlio "ilo.iert" as yet,
one reason tor this bell g the scarcity
of snow, this latter being an absolute
necessity fur the pur; e e of securing
drinking water for both man and
stock. It la hoped that this detlclt will
be remedied soon as the sheep are liable
to run short of feed if kept on the sur
rounding edges of the "desert," which
have already been tpiite closely cut en
olT. The stock are all coming from the
summer ranges in e xrel'cntvcntililion,
and unless something unforacen happens
stit'h as unusual snow storms, continued
freezing westluror lack of .ulllcicnt
snow lor drinking water, there is no
doubt but what they will bo able to
pass through the winter season with
living colors. It is our fond wixh thst
the sheep men and their stock will
experience no mure winters such as
that of l'.UO l'Jll.
MAKE DIG SALE
L. P. Klippel is In town on business
this week. He is on his way to Lake-
view where he will put his son in
About two days were spent in' review
ing tha evidence at Lakeview against
O'Connell for keeping a disorderly
house but no bill was returned and Con
and all those taken to Lakeview have
returned to Paisley.
Wm. Currier left for Prineville, Sat
urday. He and several of the other
stockmen of northern Lake County are
interested in the trial and arrest of the
Robison gang who are now being pur
sued through Washington. Man" ranch
ers of this section found horses with
their brands, in the bunch recently re
turned from Washington, and which
was sold there by the Robieons.
County Surveyor, S. A. Mushen is
j at work upon the survey of the city,
j This survey was ordered by the City
! Council at a recent meeting for the
purpose of re-establishing the corners
jof the original town, as many of them
have been entirely ohhherated. All
! streets and alleys will be laid out so
that the residents can put any new im
provments upon their property and be
certain that they are not enhancing the
value of their neighbors land. j
20,000 tons next year. We will produce
2tO.0OU tons in each vat at eucb lake,
or 400,000 tons." said Mr. Sam.
"We bavo had men at work all the
year at Summer Lake and next year we
will have another force at Abert
Lake. It the rallr' ads are not extend
ed in time for our marketing we will !
build our own railroad tither to con
nect 'th the Oregon Trunk anil
Southern Pacifi. at Bend, or with the
Southern Pacific at Silver Lake, if
that road builds across tne state. We
may connect with the Nevada, Califor
nia & Oregon at Lakeview. There are
40,000,000 tons of salts in these lukes,
of which 20,000,000 tons are potash and
soda and the rest common taole salt.
Out of the treat Salt Lake in Utah
they produce 15O,0O tona of common
table salts a year. We will produce
more and we have a larger tributary
market. The first year we expect to
mamet 100,000 tons."
Some Beef Steers
C. B. Cneler and Harry Stilta, of
the Klamath Falls Meat Company, have
two steers which will tip the scales to
gether at more than 4,600 pounds, says
the Klamath Northwestern.
One of these aeera ia about Ave
years old and when last weighed his
weight was 2,360 pounds. That was
several months ago, and Mr. Stilts de
clares he will weigh over 2,400 pounds
now. The other will weigh over 2,
200 pounds, and while not so large a
steer is just as tine an animal as the
Mr. Stilts says these are two of the
finest steers he has ever seen. He ex
pects the animals to bring him nearly
$100 and says he will not dispose of the
largest one for a cent less than $200.
He is holding this animal at eight cents
a pound, on foot, and if he weigha an
even 2,400 pounds this will mean $192,
but Mr. Stilta says be will go over this
weight enough to make his price reach
The following imuolldbud teatluion
tul should certainly be lulllclent to
give bope and courage to puraons
h filleted with chronic dyapepHia: "I
liava been a chronic dyapeptln for
yearn, and of all the ined'lclues I bavo
taken, Charuberluln'a Tablet have
done we more Rood than anything
em." saya W. 0. MhMmou, No. 7
Mierman Ht., Hornollsville, N. Y. For
aula by all dealers.
WILL TAKE DRIDE
From The Irish .Xews
One of the most pleasant happenings
that we have been callled upon to re
cord is the marriage which will take
place Monday, November 4th, be
twen Miss Margaret O'Sullivan and
Charles Duggan. The ceremony will
be performed at the Catholic Church
here by Reverend Father Kern, S. J.
Miss OVwIlivnn is a sister to
Michael and Jeremiah O'Sullivan,
neither of wi om need tu be introduced
to our readers. She ia a native of
County Limerick, Ireland and came to
this county seveal years ago, making
her home in New York City. About
two weeks ago she arrived in LakevieM
and the affair above recorded will be
the happy culmination of her trip, it
having been planned a long time since
by the happy couple who were child
Mr. Uuggan has been a resident of
Lake county about six years, being in
terested in the sheep business, and dur
ing this time he has made many friends
among the boys bh well as the people
in general by his many sterling quali
ties. For sometime nast he has bten
located at the Barry ranch in Uuano
Valley, were be and his wife-to-be ex
pect to make their luture home.
It is expected that a large number
ot relatives, friends and acquaintances
will be present at the ceremony, all of
whom, like the "News," extend
wishes of continued happiness and
prosperity in life.
From The l;lsh Xews
The partnership of Arthur, Lane and
Jones made a deal recently whereby
they dicp seel of lllHl head of lambs to
Tafe & company, of San Kranciscu.
The price received was six cents per
pound cleHr, and it was found after
weU'hinir the stock in San Francisco
that they averaged $.1 OH each. Owing
to u mistake In counting tho sheep at
the corrals it whs found that 112 lambs
were left after tilling the order, and
these were sold to Swanston A com
pany, Sacramento, for &I.00 per head
Jack Kurke and Mike Anglaud have
sold 300 or their wethers at t:l.2.'i. They
separated the alieep at the Mulkcy cor
rals. Mr. Burke interdo to run his por
tion this winter and will take 1000 bead
from Con Kitzg:rald to run until lamb
ng time. Mr. Anglnnd will go into
partnership with his brother, Pat.
Good luck, boys.
TOWER'S FISH DRAND
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(I'll) llil lii-vilil mmtmt Imm iuimiiii
M lli fimil. M'lf
c .lin.-l'Uik or jf'lU'w.
ATI; 'FACT KN GUARAN ITJ D.
A. J. Tow Co.
Towt (.' Ian I.Jtoil4.
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X, .- j TWO HOR3U UIIANd
AriV WAIST OVERALLS
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A now pair
if they rip
un mmi i rn, rti.
Following is the program of the
Tourist Chautauqua Circle, which meets
with Mrs. Thos. S. Farrell, Monday
afternoon, Nov. 4, 13l2: Current
events: "Armand Fallieres, the
Frenoh president, Government by Par
Iiament,"(the Chautauquan "European
Rolers.II ') Mrs. T. S. Farrell. "Mid
Century Economic Changes on the Con
tinent" Ogg, Miss Pearl Hal) "Poli
tical Keform in England to 1832" Ogg,
Mrs. George Johnson. "The Growth
of English Democracy from 1832 to the
present day" Ogg, Mrs. D. C.
Silver Lako Items
(Silver l.nlin I .eider I
Pill Currier and (Jus S:hroder went
to Prineville on Tuesday to be witness- j
es in tl'.e horse (dealing cases.
The O. & K, surveyors 17 in num
berhave cammed at F. E. Anderson's
since last Tuesday. Saturday thev
hail run the line one mile east of View
point post office. Thi week they will
clear Christmas Lake Vulley and move
camp to UulUlo.
The Lakeview Kxaminer. like the '
the Leader, menu to think the sheriff j
of Crook had cold fet when he tele- J
graphed to Sheriff Snider to ko to the
extreme northern part of the county,
150 miles from Prineville, to arreht
Robison and Allen. Warner showed
that there was noeold blood in hia com-'
C. M. Sain, representing the com
pany which has leased the alkali landa
around Summer and Abert lakes, was
in town Wesdnesday on his way to the
lakes to begin the erection of evapor
ating vats, etc. He claims he has
$5,000, with which to build a rail
road to the contemplated works if the
railroad people would nut build so is
to give them transportation. He sas
they will produce 200,000 tona a year.
CompU tc- a n il tvli.-iljlo
I' r in wit Ii fl'nlavit
Hlatik attficlud. A1m
containing copy of Ore
gon Mining Laws.
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST FORM OB
TION THE MOST
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A OlriHliiry of nrh l"l(y. Town nn1
Villus, giving ils rlitl sketch uf
till ll JU , llH'Mllon, JHIJIIlllltl'Jll, loin-
Kril. hliitnir and lonklmr j.nlnl;
aluo C'luHnlrll lJiriM'inr), cuniptiuU hy
I. I'OI.K CO., nKATTr.R
While in Painley drop In at O'Cod
nel A Kelgcn'a and ot a glaHS of real
refreshing Hauler beer, the kind that
ia reccomended (or family use.
THEY MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD
, The pleaHaBt purijalive effect vro-
ducud by Chamberlain's Tablets and
the bcalthy condition of body aud
mind which they uieate makes cue
feel Joyful. For sale by all dealers.
"Made In Oregon"
Governor West has proclaimed No
vember 21, "Made in Oregon" day in
this state and by his decree has made
it a holiday when all stores will dis
play the home products in their win
dows, and when the Oregon Manufac
turers Association will meet in Port
land and strengthen its organization.
The object ot the association, stated
in simple terms, is simply "to induce
Oregon people to patronize themselves
more." It is felt that retailers give
unduo preference to Eastern-made
goods when this state has lumber,
clothing, steel and woolen mills turning
out an equal product, if not superior,
to the Imported commodity.
A MARVELOUS ESCAPE
"My littles boy had a marvelous e
capa," wrltea V, F. IlaHtiams, of
Prim Albirt, Oapa of Oood Hope.
' It occurred In tha middle vf tlinlglit.
Hh jfot a very severe attack of croup.
Aa luck wrull hava It. I had a lama
hcttle of niaintierlain'H Cough Rome.
ly io the lion;. Alter following the
directloiiH for an hour and twenty
minutes ho waa tbrongli all darner.
Hold by all doalera.
'A LVA IU.F. IS Ft tit. MA TIOS
FHF.F.. If you lii ve an In ven
iinn or any patent matter.
w rlii- linmi'dhitvly to W. W.
H'KKillT. re-.-tried attorney, Loan
it- Trust lildg , WASIilXliTliX, IK f.
J. L. LYONS, L. D. .
Office in Wntsoo'a lilock. Lake
i p'-flrn"i 111
Ranch fur salo 160 acreH on Cainao
Prairie. 1500 cords wood; goiid
ahearliig corrala; lare house, barn
and out Imlldings, Address Anna
McDaniels, I.akcviow, O'cgon. A20
ALGER LAND COMPANY
h'cil Estnte lirokers
High O tudc Mining Stock
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