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OUT THE rAPEJR OIW OJXXJ
C IO VIKW, LAKK COIJNTV, OUldi()N, THURSDAY, APRIL. II, 1901.
The Nuptials of Dexter I.
Ainick and Minnie B.
Reid Celebrated at New
Mili.l.ty evening, April 7, llHII, I teller
V. Amii'k tind Mixn M iiiiii. It. lC-il ,
ir united in marring. nl the Chris-1
tniii churi h. New I'ine Creek, Oregon, j
liev. C. Wesley l:i moijil oflicialiug. i
The In iilnl parly nl.T.sl the church
inarching t tin' beautiful strains of the I
Hlilintt march, played liy Minn Hesnio
eid, M.t.r i( the bride, l in y march
ed to tin hyiiicii.nl altar, hikI standing
1 .client Ii nil mi li beautifully decorated
with cvergrcenn himI natural orange
I.I.m.i.iiis, Ironi which three wedding
U'lU were nuxpeiiilc.l, the iinprcn.ive
words were spoken which united the
liven ol the happy bride mnl groom,
l.ack of tin allitr high on the wall M
ii streamer ill ewrgicenn iwd llagn w hich
Icllilcil to the lllltactlVcllcxH til UH'i
, Klly XCelle. In inl'litioti to other
.lecoriiliolix wax n 1 1 r vt" "It" made l )
.Vcrgrcclix oxer tin' .nuance d.xir mid B ;
luriiK "A" owr tin- iloor nl fill firmly-
1 it) tin' fliiingf i'l inline.
I hi' lo I'll' mux briiuliliilly attucd in ;
w In!.- silk weiring tin- IhhIkI veil mnl;
..mum' lilooMiiiiH, making a charming;
iirliir.'. 1 he groom wore tin convcli-.
Iioiuil liln.'k mnl I.H.k.-.l liin bent. Tlif J
bride's inul'l, Mih I .in Aliitrk, Mi-li'l I
I he groom, wax also Hlllii'.l in while,
mnl lonki'.l v.iy pi.ilx. Mr. T. II.
Cloud iirlt'il UN groomsman.
. .tt.-r tin; ..I'lftituny, wlti.li was wry
beautiful '.vtd I in pre.nl ve, the bridal
parly, lollow.il ly liny or more invited
guests, repaired to the lioiui' of Mr. mnl
Mr.. Jnliii U.il, parents of tin; lri.lt.
w ln-n mi clcgaiil hiipK'r awaittil them.
4.fter i-oiiifrittiiliilioiiM hikI MiililM-r, the
mii'HtM were pel milled to view the
IIIIIIKTOIIN l'llUU(lll Ull.l Useful WClllllIlg
Tlit evening wax very pleasantly sicnt
in conversation mnl unixio until it late
hour, w hf ii ilii- guests returned home,
in meet (he day following Ht the home
I Mr. mnl Mi- Amlck, parents of the
grixun, w here tlir)' f n joyed the hounti
ful !ipffnlity -if tin Hiniitlilii people.
Tin' bride is a highly accomplished
nml charming young woman, tliu l.lt"t
.laughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John iUii.l,
long-lime rrciili'iitH, rt'H't'li'l anil
iroHTuiiH N'nili'. Sli in aiiiiahlt in
'iiHpoHition nn.l in universally Mtlmir.l
for her miiiiy ururt'M ami t trniUi of
.liariii'ttT. 1 1 -r youii)j hin-haml ha
won a tri'itcurc.
Tliu KriMiin in ii cultured youiiK Ki-utlo-iiihii,
a former teueher in tliu pilblii
i IiihiIh of Ijike I'oiinty, ami recently en
Mi'(l in tht ineriiintile hunineHH with
Mr. Kh. Follftt hI New I'inu Creek. He
I a voting iiutii of KlerliiiK worth onu
w lio will .loiihtleHH rnaku a HinreHH of
1i(.' in I'Very HVenuu he travTHen. The
1 1 m 1 1 V coiiplu will rcxiile at New I'ine
t'r.H'k, and have the Ih ct wiihci of a
host of frieiiilH.
The wedding wiih .ronoueed the
m.ndcHt ever Holeinnizeil at the utale
line, and it in fHtinntted that thieo hun
irel iMtrnoiiH witiit'imed the ceremony.
I'ollnwiiiK ii a MhI of the (irebeuta re
ceived hv thu hrido antl rooni :
Mr. ami Mr. U.K. MuUey . . . . Kmliiilir Ump
Mr.mrl Mm. Klilon Wooili'ork
Hllver buttvr dlnh mid Utile linen
Mra. Alllu Iron. Nitiklli
Mr. uit Mr.. J. H. Field
Hut '1U' mid rake plulo -ctitna
r. HiLh t'hiua tea .el
Alia Hpray Kruit dl.b
h.. Oliver Titbit let ol fuiir ploc.i
Hrlv and Addle Mulk.'jr . . Table let- 4 yltcei
Arglvla Myer. Hut taue dlihei
David WorlliliiRtun Hllver tableapooni
Mn. K. J. Mulkey Htt allver kilt vol
Mr. and Mm. Geo. I'urklna Prutt dl.h
l.u r a Amlck and T. H. Cloud
Napkin rlrigi and tab) trl lour plecu
tluo llud.peth ..Hllver aalt and ppptr abakera
liea.la Riild Cake plale.
Mr. and Mr. Oiiy McKune
l4ioa bed ap.-ead and .ham.
I. lira Amlck Hewlai macblue
Mr. J no. Hold cow aud plj
Mr. A. Amlck cow
Mr. A Mr.. R. II. l4itmw.il. .tedr.xiia Ml"t art
Kva Amlek Cli.nllli' maud envrr
Mia. Willie Iteld ....Kllvrr liiitlur knlf
Mm. A . A mil k .. Tanle linen and curtain.
Mr. and Mr.. Luke Mulkey Jr. . Hllver lurk.
Ik Davie Kcturnt.
I V. Avie retnrniil home from Cali
fornia laxt Suiidav. after an ahaenee of
a I xiii t four tnonlliM. Muring hi tiiuo
away Mr. lvlee eaw ahoiit everythinii
thai wan worth m-eitiK in the ultra -live
artn of the tiolderi Hate from han
Kranrieeo V f-an 'fu"- lie viitiil the
Kreut oh.urvatury at Ml. llainilion, .aw
the henulien of ranta liarharH. picked
oraturea from the trtH in I AiiKeleti
If rove., and rode all over Han KraneiKCo
In an aiitoiiiodile. Ilnalxo vi.it.il the
Hawaiian Inland., for a hrief M-t inl mnl
had a ileliuhtful trip aeroe the I'Mcifie.
He nit vh John Wat.on'e trip whhii'I in it
with hie, a VS'ateoii wa. aeleep under a
Ii. Alirfele. nraiiKe tree iiiohI of the
time lie wax nway. Mr. Invic met
"Ikii d Cu jilt" nearly every place he
went, and that worthy and The Kxaiui
ner kept him toxled on the dointre in
Ijtkecounly. lie r-xle from Sun Krun
eixco to Northern California in hi auto
moliile and nold the horxelexx rarriavie
at a U'xkI li if u re over the pur. Iia.u pri e
to a Keiitleman who wanted to in,
atyle. After a hrief vixit alx.nt hi. old
"xtampiiiK uroitnd" at .laekxonville he 1
returned home happy, in k'kkI health,
nml delighted with hia praml trip, i
Ike'a many frieiiila are glud to him
home attain. He prolmhly eiivriik.'.'
in the won)(row iiiK induxtry hkuIii in
I .like eon nt v.
ot Anna Kiver ,
lt.rn. ltr..ll...r. r.l.hllwlllnir n Sll.
of Irrigation at the North j
l:ntl of Summer Ijike.
Frank llames recently returned from i forth their claims to the superior ad
Silinmer Ijike, where he and Inn broth- j vantages which they t.nMwa for home
er, W. II. Harnen, have in course of con-1 aeekere, xpeculatois, and others,
nl ruction a dmn at Ibw "ourre of Annaj Any printed informan'.i ryHritii;
river. Itarnes brothers have" located ! the advaniattes, resources etc. of any
hind at the north end of Slimmer I,ak, j
and their object in lniildin the dam is
lo raise the water :U) feel at the upper j
sprinu, to brinn the land under irrigation. Secretary M" i'x"tant axsixjialioii
The schemn is a feasible one, an the i for the express purpose of dinneminal
work of tlammiiiK is not dillicult. They inn reliable information as to the resour
are huililliik- the dam of Iih.'h, and when I cen, climate, etc. of the various counties
Mr. Humes left there they bad nucceed
ed in raising the water live feet. The
work will U' .'ompleltd early this xuin
mer. The upper spring llows 'JikHJ
inches of water and will irrigate a large
lxdy of land. Frank ISarneH has a
homentead on the land coverinif the
Hprings and W. It. Karnes ha a desert
claim adjoining. There are two other
big springs lower dow n thai form (he
Anna Uiver, and it is claimed the water
can he rained from ilium in till) same
manner, securing from all sources over
LM.IKX) inches, w hich w ill be xutlicienl
to reclaim many thousands: of acres of
land, which body, in its present condi
tion, is considered worthless. There is
said to be a large quantity of hind in
Summer Lake, valley htill vacant which
can bo brought under irrigation from
these springs. This should certainly
claim the attention of intending scalers
who are seeking for new homes.
Change in Local Telegraph Affairs.
The California A Oregon Telegraph
otlice was removed IhnI week by Superin
tendent McKinsev from the Hoyd resi
dence to the ollice of the Hotel lake
view. This w ill be a great convenience
to patrons of the telegraph, as the ollice
is now centrally located. Will T. lloyd,
w ha has occupied the position of local
oerato: ever since the line was con
structed to l akeview, and who was ul
ways courteous and obliging, sent in his
resignation last January and aa a matter
of courtesy continued in the position un
til Superintendent McKinaey could
arrange to come here and name his
successor. K. ilurke was given the )m
aitiou and is now installed in the com
pany's ollice in the Hotel Lakeview,
where he will devote his attention to the
service. Mr. Ilurke ia an efficient oper
ator and a courteous gentleman, who will
endeavor to make everything agreeable
for the patrons of the line, lie will al
ways tie found at his post during office
hours ready to fulfill bis duties. Mr.
McKinsey is to be congratulated in
tnakiug such a wife selection.
All the Railroads, Includ-
t . . f,
InjC the N-C-U., are Ul-Jt,e
fcring Attractive Fares
to the Public.
The (ireat Northern and l he Northern
I'aeilli: ltnllH' liHviiif puhlixh.il their,
intfiition of mukiiiK a round trip rate of '
.ji) from C'liicatfo to I'iifet Sound p.iinl ;
mid Cortland, hx well a. r-au KraneiM:o. ;
for the (M'eaxion of the Kpworth I-eHtf'ie ;
meeiiiiK in hii Franeiaeo, July 1H-21,'
l'.K)l, the N. C O. Ky. Iibn kiv"" notn-e '
to eoiiiiectini; linen and itnaiietitHt lieiiu, j
thut a rate of one (are the round trip to
: ult MaiioiiN on iti line, will Ixi mado
avuih.lile to all holdern of our way or
I round trip exetir.ion or tourixt lickeln to
' California eoHxt ixiintx. The N. C. ().
licketx will In icimxI fur 'M day. from
date ol ixxue to enahlc California viitirx
to examine inl i tint rexoun-en and ad-
! Villlliiex ollereil to CololilXl, home M.ek
cre and other., and (hi arraiiti.-ineut , xo
fur a the N. (.'. ). Uv. in concerncl, will
remain in effect lor aix tnuiithn from
April Nl. I'Hll.
! Tl.. .. .-eili'if Iv clieaii roiiml trill
ratex ax well ax the cheap rnlotiixt ralen j
from the eiixl, Will Undollhle.li V lilillif
ninny ihoiixaiida of ptiple to Culiforniu
.lining the next xi moiithx, and it ix an
I ilipor I II 1. 1 1 Which xllolllll llol
xivht of (or the ix'oiile ill K"iio and the
coiiiitien helore mentioned in eaxteri,
California mnl Southern Oreifon to net
city or county may be sent to W. X. j
Weil, Secretary, 10i I'ine St.. San Fran- :
cinco. Mr. Weil has been appointed;
antl liM-aliiies in the slate
no bounty or
and il is understood that
N OTICF. t H MlntH TI'liKHH O ' ,
t TKI.K.llArll I'llnTn ."OLKW
NOTK'K IH IIKKKHY lilVKN Dial tilde will I
....l.....l I'll. ...lav At.rll 1A. limt . Ml ttie iiflllll
ill Hi.- H.M-r.-i.r) ill Hie I .ate county TYii'iiionf
.11.11 ..S..1I.. nil mnjr. at l-asi'tirw.. r. K .. .
lur lurin-liliiK ami ili'iiierniK siX'n, .una iin. it
pine and jumper ishiii 7 i.-j-i Ioiik. cut ..piar.' ; i,,, 8ineg8 Lakeview via Termo, Cal.,
oil luitli t'li.U, not l x. llian liiche. a.iir.', all ,
lark in tie removed; .aid ixili-. and puMa to lie and Keno, Nev. The office has been lo
delltered on llie llinol xald rmuoolljtke loiiu-I . . ,, . , , ....
ly Telephone ami IVli srapU t ..uipany. in aueh I rated at the Bank of lakeview, and W .
.ii.aiiiiiie. mid pim e. a. the a.eiii ..I ..id t't.tii-1 Steele has been installed agent. One
p.ny may ii aiKiintP, not Inler llian June l.lnul, r
and none later ilian inly 1, 11. of the stores in town would probably
al tin- aniiit lime and plxce for (iiriilalilnit k'ihh!
Alml ulna will IM9 rii:eiviMi tiy a.in .oiiin'iv
elfd tamarack m1. a If leel Ioiik ami 6
In iliKiiK ti r al hull and 4 iiictn-a al lop, cul
aitinre with aaw at faith eltda;
AIiki hid. will le r.M'elvwl at aame time and
place lor fiirnl.lilliK K'i"! Meld tamarack
Hilea7 liiehea In iliaiiieter at hull, and 4 imin'.
hi i.o. n f.-..t l.iiiif ,Mit aniiare with mm w wlI iHith
t'li.ii-; im Mi.- or ixi.ta i i he mile) aaid ixiat.
ami lillie. lo lie iri III wnimn mn iiiiiuwp. r mm
Ukevi.-w i.i u.veiea. ram ii ; from ixiveie..
ranch to Ixiwer S'h.Mil lloiiae on VN illow t'reek;
from willow r.. k to opixiaite Tucker ranch;
from Tucker ranch lo r.n-lcy; frotu I'ai. ley lo
Kelly much! from Kelly ranch to Mierlock
ranch; from aoiuli end Kh. Thick ranch lo .line
mil Hllver Lake mountains; from .umtiill .aid
lumiiltnlii lo the low it of Silver ljki.
The Hoard of Pireeinr. of the lka ("on lily
Tiiephone and Telegraph t'ouipany reaerve the
rihl to reject any and all hhln
Hated al Lakeview. r., Apr. ft, 1901.
V. L. HNKLL1SU, 8.ereiary.
locality will lie discriminated against,
but that the Secretary will work and use
his liest endeavors in behalf of all locali
ties. While the visitors to Califoania
during the Bummer season may be
reached through Secretary Weil, indi -
vidual efforts should be made to induce
capital and enterprise from the eastern
cities to western Nevada, Eastern
California and Southern Oregon, as these
localities seem to hsve been entirely
lost sight of in the advertising of the
advantages of th soil and climate of the
The great majority of the people in
the middle states are apparently under
the impression that there is absolutely
no opportunity for investors, home
seekers, or health seekers, east of the
summit of the Sierra Nevada mountains,
w hile the eastern slope ol the Sierras
has lain unmolested for ages with its
mineral, lirnix-r and agricultural rt-1
eonreen equal if not superior to llioxe on
the wexlern lo(x' ; w hile the climal in
not no mild an that of the coaul ronntiee,
It 1 exceedingly hrai'inK and intitforitU
iiiK to thoMi who are henellted hy the,
four dixtinct eaotnt of the year, mid i .
entirely free from the enervating' infla-
encen of the nemi-tropical climate to h
found to the aoiithwani. Thin neemn to!
. the proper neranion on ahieli '
H-opl of Kaxtern California and Sxiith-!
' ern lri'on ehould joiniri proelaiiuinK to j
M ,,rM, "now in the a(-eptahl time;;
!l' - y""t"vo" - 'c"m""'
Settlers to Locate Here.
Mexnrn Woodward and Keelie, the two'
Keiillemen w ho have been looking over j
ihi country for a location f r ten (ami )
lien to nettle have nelec.ted a denirable lo- !
cation and made nome Kurveyn. fhey
have al-o xeleeted a nite for a reerroir
to nupply water for the land which they
have .elected and m ill go to the land
nllice at Iikeview lo invenbiirate the
mailer and will decide u(xn plana aa
xix-iii an they can find under what title
they can .ecu re these landn, navs (he
The Kentlemen have made an excel
' lent choice of liK-alion, where aorhancet
are to le aken in niakinit tine homes.
' There are thouxatnlx of acres of as fine
land in thin vicinity with kkI opportu
; iiiti. x for buildintr rexervoirn. This
, xcheme is undoubtedly the redemption
i of northern Luke county and in creatiiiK
i much inler.-t ; more in fuel, than the
(teople of thii country realize. I'e.iple j
f other iilacen are l.mkinv into the mat-,
ter a'c! will x-miii invenliuale.
Wl f Cn HVA
' Cl fy-
i Division A jjent V. B. Lobner tatab
j lUlies an Otfice in Lakeview with
j W. K. Steele as Agent.
W. It. Lobner, Division Agent for
Wells, Fargo Co., arrived here last
Thursday from' Rono, and on 8afardar
established a branch office for his com
pany in I-akeview. An express service
has long been needed in I-akeview, more
particularly on account of the quick re
turns on merchandise packages and
C. O. D. goods. Mr. Lobner is an agree
able and social gentleman and made a
good impression on the Lakeview busi
ness men whom he met. He informs
The Examiner that his company will
lake no chances on road agents over the
singe lines, and all moneys entrusted to
Wells, Fargo it Co.'a care will lie trans
mitted in pajHr form checks or drafts.
! The express office has already been es
... , , , , . A-,nil
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have been a more convenient location
for the office, but Mr. 1-obner concluded
to place it at the bank, in order to avoid
any seeming show of partiality toward
any particular merchant. Uanking
hours are from 9 a. iu. to 4 p. m., when
. . . , . , . .
I the institution closes for the day, but
I , i . itf lrrlngi,nul,ltl. m-ill ) made
j 'r"uoy arrangtmenis win oe maoe
whereby express office hours will be
observed al that institution.
Public Spirited Citizen.
Charlie Graves of the Ked Shoe Store
is not carrying on as extensive a busi
ness as some other business men iu
Lakeview, and has not an abundance of
capital to back lum, but when he is
culled upon to contribute anything for
the benefit of the town, he is not be-
I hind any man in enterprise or liberality,
and bis money is always ready to assist
1 a public enterprise. He subscribed l-D
for racing purposes in Lakeview during
Fourth of July week. When the solid
tors displayed surprise at the generosity
of a mail in Buch a limited business as
the Ked Shoe House affords, Mr
Graves remarked that the races wonld
! prove a public enterprise and benefit
the town, and, while he might not reap
any direct benefits therefrom, the event
would help Lakeview, and what was
good for the town would be of indirect
lienefit to him. Such public enterprise
is commendable. The Examiner hopes
that the business of the Ked Shoe House
will grow in proportion to its proprie
tor's generosity and public spirit
Mr nitrllpll Vics I alp.
inr 1 11 lcnel 1 's'l-8 L-aKU"
view and Says That
This is the Place For a
W.T. Mitchell, the creamery expert
of Adin, Mod'ic connty, vixite I Lake-
view laxt week on private hiixinef, and
remained neveral days to lecome ac
quainted with the people of thin vicin
ity. We had heerd no much alnmt this
man, whoia juxt now "the man 'd the
hour" down in the Northern California
cou n lien, that we had sized him up aa
one of thot-e "tony fellera," whom it
wan dillicult to appr.ra.di unlexn one
habitually wears the tulk tile and kid
xlovea. Hut he ti not a man of that
kind. We found him to be a plain, un
axfuriiiiig gentleman, of gmid buxinens
acumen, who can perha8 nee a trifle
farther ahead on the atony walk of life
than the average man. While here Mr.
Mitchell contracted with several buni
ueos men to deliver 5,fMX) pounds of
bacon and liamn, cured under hin xnper-
vi-ion. hvan exiKrl from More & York'n
ing (lacking house iu Sacramento. In
visiting Lakeview at this time it was not
Mr. Mitchell's purtK'xe to talk creamery
to our (xjople, but to txjeome acquainted
so that when he comes again, in about
thirty days, he can meet the n-ople here
more teadily upon the question of a
creamery for Iakeview. Just now he is
deeply engaged in getting in operation
the $4,000 creamery and cheese plant to
be built by a joint ctock company in
Alturas, and iu arranging for another
enterprise of the same kind in Surprise
valley, at Cedarville.
The first thing Mr. Mitchell does
when the people of a community show a
disposition to want a creamery is to
meet with the farmers and business men
and find out how many cows could be
had in the community in ihe event of
the establishment of a creamery and its
auxiliaries. At least 300 milk cows are
necessary to start an average creamery.
It is not required that these cows be in a
body, but to lie used for the purpose
within a radius of a doten miles or so of
the creamery plant, bo that the product
can be brought to the plant each day.
In some localities, remote from the plant,
a separator is used at a central ranch,
where the product of all the neighbor
ing ranches is brought to separate the
cream ironi tne mux, ana tne pure
cream is taken by one man to the cream
ery plant, where it is used in the manu
facture of pure butter and cheese the
milk thereafter reverting to the ranch
ers who furnish it, to be ful to their
In this way the various ranchers, who
now home manutacture a quality oi
butter considered good, can realise more
actual money from their cows than they
can obtain by the home manufacture
process, besides getting their milk re
turned for the young calves, and being
relieved of the labor and inconveniences
incident to butter nicking at home.
And when they discover this fact they
will quickly augument their bands of
milk cows and make a business of fur
nishing cream to a sore and payiug in
dustry. It is argued by some that there may
be a scarcity of cows to furnish the
product for a creamery here, but this is
a flimsy argument in a county where the
greatest industry is cattle raising. Mr.
Mitchell says that it will not be many
years when three or four creameries will
be in operation in Goose Lake valley,
and that every one of them will be big
paying enterprises, lie also says that
in all his experience in the creamery in
dustry he has never seen a town more
fitted and better located for a creamery
He will return here in about thirty
days to talk the matter op with our
business men and ranchers, at whish
time a meeting will probably be called ia
Lakeview which will be addressed by Mr.
Mitchell on the subject of creameries.