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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1900)
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LE5SON IN MORALITY.
The police of Omaha, Xebratka, hare
a prooj i we t physician on the rack try
ing to force him to tell mbat he knows,
boat a atnMtionaJ tragedy that or-'
corred in Omaha oc the night ot IVorsa-
ber'th. Tbe doctor depend opco the
ethic of hu pruireeion to Hit him fn-ea i
an enforced eocteek, and tie ca
taad without pervIVI in this eewstry. i
Tbe affair te tbe ecsrl a vt of a
Council Elui ets to Osaaia ttlieia
vatic of a "ieii" aci;cautuace
to meet tno so-called rweil society giri
for a gi ume acd a aht of de!
Tbe mas vent to Omaha aed vat Bet
by the friead, both feeling Ln joyful ,
spirits orer wliat a as to occur. Together
they entered a bouee in tbe fshionabe
quarter. Immediately after entering
tbe premiee a shot was beard, and tbe
r, . . J J . I V
m&ana man ciaFgervu irvm uc uwn
with a buliet in bis breart. Tbe Coon-1
cu Elcsa man bad been treated to a
horrible surprise, asd in tbe moment of
bia borror committed tbe act which ees I
a Ctung finale to an awful scene. The
two "twell society girls' be a a to meet
and take to hu inni m amorooi em
brace were bia own Wvely daughters
bia own &e& and blood each party
being ignorant of the other' identity
until tbe dramatic climax.
Tbe father, enraged beyond all power
of control, drew a pirtol and attempted
to kill the man who waa flirting with
bia daughters, and bad gone so far aa to
invite a father to meet bis own dangh
ten for a carousal. Tbe wounded man
waa taken to the residence of the phy-
aician, who ii now trying to shield from
pabb! riew the disgrace of all concerned
Tbe physician tells the story of the
dramatic occurrence leading op to tbe
abooting, bat be refase to divulge the
names of tbe is te rested parties. Tbe
doctor inaieta that professional courtesy
excepts bint frees divulging, even to the
authorities, the came of the man be
treated, bat it is known that a prooi--Bent
eommiasosi man is missing from
-Osnaha aod a railroad man of :octid tr
eble prominence is said to be the father
ol tbe two "rwe3 society girla." Pre
sxunably, tbe father objected, aad fveilj,
too, to takixg a bacd a the debauchery
ol bis own daoa-btetc, azd m probably
eacoaabae for thooticej Lis fnei, but be
IM luura.iT gTLUtT aad deaerree tbe pB
iabmest of the dair.rtd. Of bad
the two girit been the daaacburt A aome
other father, the aboouasr wii not
bareoccarred, and tbe oVbaavehery wooli
have been cotopiete. Bet, avsder those
circamatacees, this Cooscil EJtS father
should baTe been killed. It makes a
differ truce whose ox is gored.
On the first page cl Tbe Exaaainer
will be fonnd a letter from C. A- Cogs
well to the editor of the Morning Ore
gonian, regarding the "Warner VaCey
Case." Tbe writer of the letter says:
"It ia very easy to sympathise with
people when it does not cost anything.
Let those who sympathise with these
settlers state the amount of their sympa
thy in dollars and cents, and tbey will
find that the people com prising the
Warner Valley Stock Company are sot
behind any of them in that respect." It
is refreshing to note that the Colonel
would gladly chow "sympathy" for the
settlers of Warner Valley in "dollars
and cents." Bat, we have yet to learn
of a single Warner settler, who is fight
ing for his home and bis family's well
fare, asking for cympathy of any kind
particularly of the monetary character.
The Warner settlers are not beggars.
All they want are their homes which
they honestly believe they are entitled
to. And their is an heroic fight by
brave and loyal citizens.
jv-st now tmonuTi,
Jrrt ot poor awe ofl mnlnd M
Has loll wo'! t4 bate;
Th nor nrk lhr n t kind a
ftlf rtr patch oa otir r-anta
0a oar (kali oae aw and !?,
5ew el atrlpa ol dtffrrvai a.
All bmna Mharrllwn tine"
Aad voa't par ap hai te da.
Tkra Wt at all p aad Mac
Brad Toar nit. fcowr amalU
Or a ka iBo'i of alavrr nrltr a.
' bal! aaw a seat at all.
Tbe State ol Oregtwi will again w itneaa
a battle royal foe the recant rVaoe
hip, if all reports be tree, bat it is to
be hoped that rx dbfarefa "boid ep"
ol the Orricoa Lf.rlatar wJl b re-
prated. Tbe tleta Joewa nn that !
the fight is a.redy takise; kro aad j
autes ol Kvece a.- a!redy vegsr! at I
the UotrJ Wulaanrtte 5ur at kmt three
aCrasta. aai i.c teeety j- ai
after Frviay. Jaoy I tti. TS L
Utar coeeeaee ea VKij. O
Fl-ilkf Ccrtwtt. it ie aaai. w u! tale
perceal charge d h caai-ecy ai
will sake aa epee aSc t a?e te .ieve ec
occ&pyiag MBndes aret ia tie fx-i
Statee Seeaie. All aw peJjia- ai
eerret methoda of the pert wii be cart
and. Seta tor McBnde ie eiprrted to !
be on bead asd stnre tor re-e'tx-e. I
Exeeator MitcbeU aad Mate Senator
Foltoe will also be ce tbe groofid early
to lock: after their fences. Governor
Geer say emphatically that be will not
allow bis name to be sprang a a canUi
1 date. There is a growieg impreeeioa
I that the fight really liea between Corbett
aad Mitchell, and that it will be abatue
royal, while others believe that McBride
! will be a moat important factor in the
contest. II poasible, the gbt for the
Speakership, as well as the Presidency
ol the Senate, will be kept oat ol the
The State Board of Canvassers met oc
the 13th instant and canvassed the vote
ol 'ew York. Only four of the sixty
one coantiea cast a majority ol voire
for Bryan. They were New York,
Queens, Richmond and Schoharie. Tbe
following are the totals for President:
McKinley, 821,992; Bryan, 6788;
Woolley, 23,043; Debs, 12,869; Malo
ney, 12,622. McKinley' plurality, 143,
for Goveroorr was 111,136.
Among the artirJee of the proposed
new- game laws ol Oregon, to be pre
sented in a bill to the coming L-gila
tore, the following paragraph occurs
"East ol the Cascade mountains, sea
son fcr all kinds ol qoail closed at all
times." It's all right so far as tbe law
goes, bat the average pot-banter ia this
section observes the game law a boot as
moch a politician observes tbe troth.
The Klamath Ex pre sends Christmas
greeting to the Medford Mail in this
polite style: "Tbe Medford Mail says
it ia 'dinged mean' of G. L, Webb and
family to move to California. No doabt
it is, bat it is meaner to be vulgar thao
profane. 'Damned mean,' would be
classical aa compared with tbe average
language ia a Mail local."
A Deputy United States Marshal ol
Portland arrested Looia Dennis and his
son at Pelican Bay, Klamath county,
Last week, for cutucg timber on the Cae
ca, ie Reserve. Tbey gave bonds ia the
sum ol 1500 each aad were released.
Their name is surely "Dennis."
A Cbinamaa at Grant Zees was
fined 150 for keeping aa optom dea.
Tbe money was added to tbe school
fund. A little gen nine detective work
in Lakeview woold ferret oat enough
subjects for fines to make a very respect
able addition to oar school fund.
Great Britain has warned the world
once more that she will have no inter
ference in Booth African affairs. Well,
that's about the proper kind of talk,
provided she's prepared to back it op in
Tbe anti-saloon league candidate of
Ashland woo oat ia the city primary
election. Tbe question at to whether or
not saloons are to be licensed is to be
decided by popular vote on an ordinance.
MRS. MAY SCHALLOCK-JOfNES.
Last Tuesday evening the sad news
reached Lakeview of tbe death, in War
ner vallev, of Mrs. May Jones, wile of
D. R. Jones, Jr., which occurred at 11
a. m. on the 18th instant, at the Jones
ranch, at the lower end of the lake in
North Warner. Deceased waa ill but a
few days aod no aniiety was at first
felt by her hasbaad and other relatives
onlil the foaith dsy, when her condi
tion rapidly grew worse, and Harry
Riggs was dispatched to Lakeview for a
physician. Mr. Riggs arrived here at
10 o'clock Monday night and started
back next morning before daylight ia
company with Dr. E. II. Smith, bat be
fore they arrived ln Warner Mrs. Jones
bad passed away, and Riggs returned to
prom re a caket for tbe remains. It is
' ' - -
place ia Lakeview, probably to-day
some time, but it is not known at what
v . ,;
bour the remains will arrive.
May Schallock was a few years to one
. , . , ' . ,
ol the handsomest women in Southern
CtV,.... rw.. r;-. ..... . ,
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last September ahe became the wiie ol
D. R. Jones, Jr., tbe wedding occurring
in Klamath Falls, where the family re
side. She was a most lovable woman,
kind-hearted and of sunny disposition
admired and esteemed by all who knew
her. She was devoted to her husband
and little baby girl. She leaves a father,
mother, sister sod brother at Klamath
Falls and a loving husband, little daugh
ter and numerous marriage relatives in
this county to moarn ber death. Mr.
and Mrs. D. R. Jones, Sr., loved deceased
as their own daughter. She accom
panied her husband to Lakeview on
Thanksgiving day, and waa the jolliest
of all the jolly family who aat down to
Thanksgiving dinner at the Jones resi
dence. She waa tbe picture of health,
and remarked that she was very haopy.
To-day ahe ia food for the worms.
Tbe parents of deceased at Klamath
Falls were notified by wire aa soon as
the news ol the death waa announced
here. It ia regre table that Tbe Ex
aminer cannot announce at what boor
the interment will take place, bat, pre
sumably, it will occur at 10 o'clock this
Laraa: Tbe funeral has been an
nounced for to-day, from tbe M. E.
Church, at 2 p. m.
Oriental Chaster Ne. .
Oriental Chapter No. 8, Order Eastern
Star, i natal led tbe following officers Last
Tuesday evening: Mrs. M. E. Snider, W.
M.; Mr. C. C. Snider, W. P.; Mn.E.A.
Maxwell, A. M.; Mies Lola Maxwell.
Cood octrees ; Mrs. Lillie Harris, A.C.;
Mrs. Ida Umbach, Secretary ; Mrs. L. A.
Blair, Treasurer; Mrs. A. Neilon, A.;
Mrs. E. Ayree, R. ; Mrs. F. Burros, E.;
Mrs. L. Miller, M.; Mrs. C. E. Down,
F.; J. W. Mai well. Warden; A. 8.
Down, Senior Warden. Mrs. C. E.
Down acted as installing officer and Mr.
C. Umbach as Marshal. After the in
stallation a social time was had, con
cluding with a midnight meal.
Get Posted by Inspecting
Our Goods, and Learning:
We tfoo't ak jvu fi I ut li re iiiil a It Is
t rHir alvantage t do so. We nrr quite
wI!ir!C f !eaoI in fact to have yoa rome
here to grt rwnte.1. If you buj rlneebert
that's our fault There in't much iJanger,
K'werr, that xom will. We have a great
deal of confilnce in our values. We are
certain that thry will tatil the test of com
janin. We aim t keep our ailvertise
rnents fiee from any eisggeratloDS, the plain
truth leing strong enough hcut ihis store.
BAILEY & MASSING ILL,
...THE PIONEER STORE...
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I vat airr oe m awraraos
BaJUAaia iuu, 1b a in.
i ni aa bra. by aa ordrr of t Conntf
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. taiau4 a.jumuiri4.r ol ta ttu ol
. fca)in '''. iMrmmtt. All panoti la
telM ,.. .a ar. h.r,tT tnii to
a"1-' "ri- muodB aita ia AJmim.tr-
Vfi oaca. aad laoa hTia claim uaia.t
Hidtu.utui iit im mm. duly .rt.
10 aadriol. at hU rwld.DC la
.w nr.- i rr. ounlT. lirrtun. wiihl
m moattt from ta Bri auUlrattoa ol lal
, Dour. it. K. CaiaLTON.
) AdalDlatrslor of tfa Katat ol BvaJaailD
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. Ivud lAermbrr iir.a, lee. io-i
Somebody at Fault.
We learn that the last week's Issue of
The Examiner did not reach oar ub
scribers either st Pluth or Adel. There
ii oDiet;.ir radically a rong about this,
and an ii.n-: .ration will be made to
dicoTf. if 1-u.aible, where the fault
l: T i. . .i.
ji'. iiit i.i,ere rn aent ir.m mi,
ofnee, as UMial, ar re tle(otiied in
the I-akeTiew r- -office, properly la
beled. Poatm'.cr Wilcox says lis is
' satisfied tbe bundles left his office in '
their proprr pouches, and we understand '
that Postmaster Boone of Pluah is just
ss positive they did not reach bis office.
An error has been made by somebody,
j however, and we ahall endeavor to die-
ewwwri w iiv is a wfcav uiv iui ss 4 a
very annoying to have our papers tuir.
carry, and particularly exasperating
when the fault is not ourown. We have
had repeated inquiries from Pluah and
Adel during the week aa to what had
become of Tbe Examiner of December
13th. Subscribers who pay for their
papers are anxious to receive them in
order to read the county nswa.
Annie iikkmaa Deed.
A few days ago tbe Sao Francisco
papers contained a sensetlooal account
of the death of Mrs. Aools Giddiags
from a criminal operation performed
by one Dr. O'Donnell of San Franclsoo-
Mrs. Aonle Glddlogs was formerly
Annie Blckmaa of Lakeview. Her
father once conducted tbe ileoeer sa
loon here, and tbe family removed
from Lakeview In 1891. Sbe waa
married to Giddings six years ago and
bas a little son five years old.
Siaee the Cawgw aad Wart elf the Caid.
I-asative Bromo-joinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure no pay.
Pnee 23 cents. SS-lyr
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T. J. MAJILTON'S
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GEO. H. STEVENS, Proprietor.
Ufta lk V"-1r aB4 fr.
Saaa-aXaraiui. U I'iuah Taa
dr aad aalaMay. at 7 o'clock a.m.
rrno F-wMnrrr, rackaa aaJ
rrolgbt TciorrK E-lt!!r7 A
J. W. Maxwell
Tan of the Best
high grade and
240.00 and up
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rataaw Ua lliiwaah alana ak iiiUm
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Notice Is hereby given that the eo
pertnernhip heretofore eltlog be
tweeo Uuaaill A aark, In tbe lumber
ing butine, has been dlaaolved by
mutual ranaenu Mr. Ktiaalll will eu
ttoue tbe buius to bl own name.
Mf eo YEARS .
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