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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
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BEACH & M'GARREY
(One Year, $2.00
TERMS: 1 SU Month 1 .00
(Three Moot ha, 50
Ltnitltn, jrsit 13. ltttfl.
voUll knd In AiUMC.
Tlio Lon.Lut I'lim-i, in miu
tditotuily on tiio Mitntio i in .ii-rin:iu
ml .-ulria for a oiuui.iii ion Hi; uiu I to n.uk llu' umlfrukinn haxariloun, a I
Over 2oo,ooo Will Leave
tvr '?) iHH) lieml nt nhtH, rninpriHing
cfvoi.il luiiils, will lent F.Hntprn Onynn
lor t'tnuiljr, California, in a t-
.l.i v Tlu-y will In' driven at-nt thu
ikio Into Xcva! nd on 9 f'vir dwrin-
.i'.ioii by llv a.v of Rmio. Many oilier
mn n VavV at Vnrititi iiitvrynln
iaro ikili..ui tli Dxt few month, and
lw ioiv ilu mmmjiii U far nuri nlvnivil
American eouitiieivul cnnijK'tKiun. Ji.
this Halieiiug cotiiplimciit to Aiu-i.ouii
"The sole hope for Tsui- T.aropo, ace-ml-injj
to these writers, i. to uiumu- .u"i
eon and introduce the cuiuiiu'ir.ul yt
tern against the L'micil si.i-a. It in i-i
be u lied that ihe precelfiit i- rather tii
heartening. li the conlineninl tU'in
failed in Napoleon's iron $rni, it wou.tt
hardly succtfd in the Ii;urU ol otir o .
friend, the enucerlof htirupe. Willi il
markets of lirvat ISi iiaiu tool her colon
ies remaining open, the tmeftro
wealth boycott aaaiiitH America loe nn
wear a hopeful anpfvl. The Mrhemu i.
pivproeterous and ltupracticaile on tin
face of it, but the editorial articles Inn.
propose it deserve attention as a revela
lion of the acute, continued jea!ay ai.d
fear of Auiericau nieatnes and pn
perity which prevail in cerlian quailei
CAThOUcS AND THE FLAO.
Clot-inx au able and patriotic edili-ria
on the subject of Decoration Iay, Uv.
C. J. O'Reilly, editor of the Ca Imlii
Sentinel, the accredited organ ol that
church in the province embracing Oie
gon, Wa.-hington, Jduhu, Montana and
British Columbia, lias this grand a, tr
ance: 'By the tlau jf America, then, f
shall all stand. Toil we swear ali-i
ance. Whatever our nationality, our
iihum 2tt'i0 will ..have gone pructicHlly
: iie -auie 1 1 'iile.
the In .-.i I'.inl todi-part on the Ioiik trip
wili ! inai I'l I he linn represented by A
. i. v. a ln i- at pres 'ill staying at t u
Iv in ii'l HN.ititig the arrival of his
!i r- s, w; ,m ami camp paraphernal m
till h nave Ih it delayed en route from
l-re:i. Mr. Kly and his expert drovers,
of whom iln ie ure eirit, will remain at
l''.iiia:nl until the outfit ariive, and fol
low it to its dc Mutation u Kasturn Ore
gon, a.stlie 1'orllaud Telegram.
It woiiIk have Iwcn nitwh cheaMr for
him ( have boil jn dinliorses in Orogon,
(ill Mi . l.ly aysll tlio-e he ha Drought
w tli li i in are trained to the business and
wii', it lni u.il out to grate for the night
a mi the heev be found with them in
the uioriiiiiti' Owning to this trail they
make up lr their transportation charges
in suvnik! time and bother. The goats
are aixo tialne.l animals, and do their
shaie ol (lie work by fording streams
ui;hou. hesitation. When one of the
g ai takes to the water, the sheep, in
tlun proveibial follow-lhe-leader fash
I -li, siay clove at his heels. Iu this way
naiural t iiuoroUHiiess is overcome and
Htim alter stream forded without nmr
At tin" season of the year grass duea
uoi enter into the selectiou of a projxir
r..uie to lie traveled, as plenty can be
e.tund iu every place, but alter crossing
uie t tregon line a close watch is kepi lor
i,,. Miiik-Meed, i.icu ia a rank ponnia to
religion, oi our politics, we are oie
that: in devotion of that sax-red ktnner ,
that waved trmmphanl over Uie L nioi.1 dangerous weed found throegh
armies. If war ever twumls its dreail J ,ul 1 autornia and Nevada, and, likelau
alarm again. Catholic pnots and wtnte-5 r'. u l u1 deadly enemies
robed Msters of Chanty will be r-eea ' "bei-pujen have to eucoaihr, and ex
again near the soldiers, sharing therr j feiue watchfulness is not exerciand the
dangers, to administer the cusolaiioi. I ''"'e droves ol sheep wll eat it and die
of reliaioii and Drove to all men tha I a few h-airs, a4xl it is one weed
they are ikiI the enemies, butliie fneiai j ''eon sheepuiea fortiuiately do im1 have
....... ... - - . I ,... - ---- coinhiiMMl with
(ouier advantages, makes me asaie one
Joseoh Rend was tellin a little coter.- ol lhe siieepraiaiug states iu the
of gentlemen at the rel S.)iuln.ii
hotel a funny story recently aarrate.1 to
him by Governor MacCorkle, of W-at
Virginia, says the ColumUts Dispaw.li.
A colored man was leljiuu a whitefritiiil
aUmt another negro who owed lnu. -!
and absolutely ret u -e l u pay the di.
The crediur dunned and duuied liiiii.i. t
all to no purpose. Kinailv the creirtoi
went to his w hite iriend, who was a law
yer, and poured hi tale ol woe inteliis
ear 'Well," said the lawyer, ' & he
positively refuted to pay you what Tea
son did he give?" "Weil, bosn," staid
the C' 1 red man, "lie said J had w.ed
nie dat money fo so long dat de interest
had dun t it all up, au' he didn't we
me a cent.1"
It would appear that out of the uiob
of forty or more men who sent five men
to eternity iu Modoc for pitit laroeny
t"i;ie wem'd be at 1 -a-rt or two
weak enough, if arrested on susiiiaon,
to tell the whole story and who Uieir
as were. It is a matter that in ill
fairness, justi e, and law should lie tbor
oughly investigated, and prosecuted to
the full extent. An opportunity jire-
sents itself for some very neat tleteclire
work. Unless the mob comprised
people from outside of Lookout pre
cinct there is a chance to send the en
tire opulatiou of Lockout to jail or the
Mr. Klvsays that in addition to the
larue baud he wili lalte out of the state
Miller and J.ux have already 1 ought in
the neigh Uirhood of o0,0o0 iiead, the
Wealeru Meat Company fully as many
inure, and other concerns of less prom
inence 1'iiuiliers in proportion, and that
ail will be driven suae of the way and
otiieie the entire distance an Francisco.
It's a oorrule that won't work both
ways. Many a woman has succeded iu
making a fool of a man, and some few
women in making a man of a fool, says
the Ft Louis Htar. We don't believe
any woman has ever yet, or ever will,
make a man of a fool. It is one of the
impossibilities of life and beyond hum
Yreka Old Timers.
Yreka Journal : An old stage coach
with a tine team, bcpJi as the old Califor
nia Mane Co. used iu the ViO's and 'tiO's
beiuie tue construction of the railroad,
wa( pulU-d around town last Tuesday
w ith a load of old timers. Dan Caw ley
vas on the box as driver, with a hand
so.ue wiup presented him many years
ak", also Charlie Williame, who drove
the stage over fcott uxMintaiil on the
trip when Johnnie Reynolds, present
postmaster at UeddiuK, killed one of the
robbers waylaying lliestatfe. The coach
was halted in front of the Franco Ameri
can hotel, and with a number of old
timers on to and alongside, a photo was
taken, but spoiled by an effort to show a
hold up in reverse position from the
proper manner aod inside of a town, be
ing inappropriate, hence another will be
taken. Among the old settlers in the
group were A. E. Raynes, Dr. Ream,
John Kegg, E. Carrick, J. K, Cleland, L.
Fwan, John I'ashhurg, Chris Srhock,
M. Miner, Newt Lamb, A. Hawkins,
Journal editor and others.
An Oregon edito.- dreamed that he
died and of course went to heaven and
there came upon a man in chains fasten
ed to a post, lie inquired if it was
necessary to punish people that way in
heaven. "That man," said Wt. Peter,
"is a man from Oregon. Wealwayshaye
to keep Oregonians chained up aw hile in
order to keep them from going back."
New Lakeview ought to make a hit
with all the jieople who will be here
during Fourth of July week. A great
many who will be here will remember
the town as they on;e saw it a business
center of old frame buildings. They
will scarcely recognise it now, '
The Creamery Check.
"The creamery check is the n.ainstay
of the business houses of Brownsville."
saysadispaf.h. The creamery check is
destined to become the maiustav of
the farmers and merchants of the entire
Willamette valley. balero Statesman.
And if the business men and farmers of
fioote Lake valley w ill consider a cream
ery proposition favorably when Mr,
Mitchell comes here to establish a cream
ery, the "cremnery check" will soon be
come an impoi taut factor in the com
mercial affairs of Lakeview. The
creamery check, passod around among
many, is found to be a currency in uch
0ENTS PURNISMINO HOODS, DRY 000D5.
GROCERIES, ETC., AND OF GOOD PLACES
TO BUY THEM, OUR STORE IS SURE TO
BE FAVORABLY MENTIONED.
We have the newest Spring Cloth
ing, Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
AND WE WANT TO SEE YOU AMONG OUR
EARLY CALLERS, TO GET YOUR CHOICE.
...Complete line of Tin and Agate Ware...
Hi Ci ROTHE & CDu THE leading merchants Of uke county.
""t and Jewder
Located at new postoffice
JT Al work in my line fully
GEO H STEVENS, Proprietor
Iv.'i l.ki-rli!W M.imUy. .ml Krl
ly - K"ttirnlcitf. l-v.- I'hmh TiH'
! aud SBiuriUyii, at 7oVi k a.m.
"rrli- 1'.itikit. P.rliRKi'ii an.
Pr.-ilit HTiiKOKKH K Hnll. y A
Handloy & Clondonon
L1KEVIEW - PLrtNINQ - MILL
Ifala MtrM, Ijkkcvlrw
OONTRA.GTXNa Sc XBT7XX.X3XTa-
Sash, Blind5, Moulding, Window and
Door Casings, Furniture made to order
Write U5 for e5timates
on all kinds contract
work and material
BEEHIVES MADE TO YOUR ORDER
HANDLEY & CLEM) EN EN
The imly ViwittWe Klure In
ninth ni Hank of I.akcvl.-w.
All Vr(fcil,l.. ftnl Krnlt
enn fouml hi UiU Mori- In
waxin. ii niTl Mi'ri tiaii-
dli, Clunrii ml Tohari'fM.
Whorton & Barnes
toithe trade carried
FINE Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
...C. H. DUNLAP...
Barber ShopiS 5 F- Ahlstrom
Hot and Cold Baths j M.
W. T. Foster, the KliaHta oil expert,
liaH lorat-( several oil claim, in Hur
riue Valley, and lias Hurt) faith in the
project that he will return from Kan
J'rmiciHoe July lnt with a complete out
lit fvr borinn.
Kecognld as the Ue.,t V,uero .Saddle 2
Okk door out!i of Bii.H
i " -
g Wagon un.I ,w 1IarnoHH Whij(S( m C
& Ilopairins of all kinds, l,y i,,i.f.f. '