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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
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piiiik; tlir n;h (!ymi'i. t-aiil ( tli.a
tt anil arriving at T.vnn f..r an
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; are ari all...-! In trl iff an. I n
td viii'fy. Il-rt. n-tiTrt of tti
Vtiin;t"H l"rv Aialiuii j-int
the itrtr. ami Inter nii l.lalm Un-tii-lMa
are tiikpii on. Untitle is the name
of the sjievial Pullman i l.art. rr- l.v tlif
lU-v. I've nf Vil!oa, I''.., i an am t
ou -a -ln-r, ln linull either r-iii e
t t i:.v !! if (ii. t'li r jtiiofT an J I've. 1 1
lia-a lami'jr i.i li;h ..'. ari l n
Tin y - i ar in the o.. tutu 'in it y lier- he
vtJ!e-l the (.ul(.it uutil hf a raj'!it
rel liamiral in a liairi itli a .l-ft-lnnrf
ttiilov i if hi riiR'k, Mr. J. I. Kiernuier,
hw iiuar.antl liel aliilr iisivnii.-l a HUur ami t l.rv. lanin r .' f t
rwn tirt-achl hy Pye fit wk. arf i. 0iltt, la-ariim (he uev -sary iiif.-rtimtion.
The minister ireavlir.1 the funeral er- '(ire .n, Valiinut.n ami I Uho K.ii i
moo the Jay afUr anj eulotdxexi the tra." O-inrf the Ca-.-a le mountain '
dexl. Then folioaed the conflation of- thr..uh lon tunnel, wliuh re. en(l
luj-ed the Ix-reaveJ widoa y the niau of i,.,k ,f1)S j.i. t,f thr famous "wit.h ;
cloth, which was not alt-vettier the con- La. k." e go ilown into the Yakina val-1
Utioo of the rhurcb. Lettert were l.y, a aut fill country, an l f-.IL.w tlie 1
found in the dahin iJow't ronn Vklna river until It enij.tiea into the !
from the aiiniter in hiih he called her fTUIUi 0,j foluaihia. After a night's !
niy lUrliBg" and referre-i to the de- rrtt e make up in Montana and i..n j
lihlful time the had whether on ft re- arrive at Helena ita braiitilul Capital.
cent trip to FranciKM. and of the jh i, b.Winuu, thnvinu city, hut e :
inspiration that came to them from the 9vTB not miiwwl any time to view it. j
iojtideof a ujinwttlenlle.lwiib "red." The Mimri river has ita totfinninK in
Tbe mioi.Ur wsj lorced to reiifn M , thia vicinity, nd we follow this atreaui
hrge, and thearftodal itbet!k of the (or mftny mile. Mranife to aay. thu
aute. The Jahing widow waa formerly rlT-r runt norlhweet for time, and
the mi'e of a Sa rameoto gftmbler. She we go np jt instead of dowo. The Kocky
plsJ jjuilty to 33 wniiii'n and ber re- mountain pa i not very hijth where
cj.t nuebaiMl above three core. ' the railroad crwwei, and we won arrive
. at Livingstoa. From thU plae we can
Atiorney-tierieral I'.la. kburn has filed ie. the high aoow covered mountains
cotnplainu in u:laof the if tale of Ore- in ,he Yeliowal-.no fark. The N. 1.
foo aian ex State Tre-urer I'bd . Ky. ruoa tr.ina fr..ro here t.j the lark.
Met.;haij. e-.overnor Sylvester Penno- ' 50 mlrt bai,. Lew,. ud Clark di;ov
yer , aod execrelary of MateG. o. V. ered and w. mere I in the Great GaKatm
McUride, anemlriiof the tale i :ho..l Tliev. which we oow out through.
Uiid board, for the full amount of ieo.
W. Iavi8' defalcation of $J,M2.(W,
cJerk of the boarj. Suits have also tiled
io the name of the Stale against Geo. C
Three river rise iu this valley and com
pose the greater part -jf the Missouri.
It is the greatest wheat rrtiing ectioti
iu the state, am1 immense elevators are
Kingnaru and t.. V. McCoroacK tonus- to l een at every alation. The roa.l
menoGei. W. I)vis in the sum of Ijed is almost perfect here and the fast
WJO. Tfle mite against the State : unje 0 a n,je mi,iute waa made.
otiiciais will be lgun in Multnomah
county and the suits against the bmds
men iu Marion county, through the dis- I
trict attorney. It i maintained on 1
hulf of I'enr.ower, Metwrhan and McBride
that the M'houl foard's defaulting tlerk,
Dvi, i an offii-irtl of the State and
not ftn employe of the members of the
I'iing through the long expanse of
Mor.tana in the night we arrive a: North
i'akota lxrder iu the morning, the tirst
town over the line tieing Beajh, a famil
iar name, but we refused to claim it as
Yesterday the three delegations voted
' unanimously to put the name of Albert
olved from financial resp,nsibil.ty for Editorial Aasw iation for President. He
his ftotio-. This it ifl puri-e.l to deter-' ia now ln v. Preaident of the N. K A
mirie in lhe c"UTtB- 1 nd .-ei retary of the Oregon Press As-
' kix'iuf inn U . .
The following is a liM of eight claee
of people that do town no good : First,
those who go out of town to do their
trading ; Kerond. thoee ho oppose ii.i-1
provemenU; third, those who prefer' plbasant KOBMrrr.
!uiet tow n to one of punh and bu-iness : The h(jme of Mf JJr) u
fourth, W who thak business can 1 netti near Wiow k,, he M
done slyly and wuhout advertising ; fifth, of a Ty pretty we,ldifIC on Wednesday
thrine who Grille public spirted men: evening. June 5. 1901. th rr-irartin,.
k r. A
.f ; ulilistltUCtlt
11 tit le in mir
iv f is tt our
i: h.nw m.iiiv new tuttrmrs i:ui sc-ix-mauuix mom
ttll ns tluy uhv.iys unhrttl tli.it wv h.imllal A'"'"' '""''O' "
;,!. ( hir ivpnt.itioti w ith our customers is not nuule hy tiny ir-
. t 1 '
tieuLir line " --. w e h:ie, hut hy the enei.il eeelleiiee 01 ckm
ir.. ... I ,1. f.'.- in. .inr ."((in tmnlitv ol 'ttnls. 7 hi
MI'lA, in .iiniiiMiu..,. , .
chcin r o,Is in just the s:ime ilei:ree ;is to those ot the very hot oti.thly.
In onleiini: our iooils w e ive just ;is i:ittieul;ir .ittention to the o':.'t;iht!ity,
the suhst.inti.il m:ke :inl the superior iu.-ility of the low jrieel potto's ;is we 1I0
to the ineJiutn titul het ti r nules, hut our assortment is m.iinly confineif to the
medium ;unl hetter r.ules.
The strength of' our lines is npjutrent w hen you look tit our stock, nnd tor
Siring and Summer we venture to nssert th.it there is not .-mother stock of tfooils
in the country th.it is euutd to ours in its wonderful variety, in its great rtwgc of
price, in its particular style of everything that we show.
W'c solicit the husiness of the people of Southeastern Oregon and can readily
convince them that we are the best house to trade with in this entire region.
"... BAILEY & MASSINGILL ...
sixth, thoee. who oppose every move
ment that does not originate with thern
elve; seventh, thow; who oppose any
public enterprise that does not appear
to benefit them ; eighth, those who seek
to injure the credit of an individual.
It riji?ht have t-en a mistaken idea of
boyish honor that prompted hirn to do
It, but who could but admire the spirit
of the little fellow w ho, while he lay dy
ing in ft Ne'v York hospital the other ,,f
parties lieing Mr. Clvde Pleasants and
M iss Maude Robnett. The spacious
rxrns of the residence were profusely
decorated with choice flowers. The
hallway was a veritable bower of j-"Bes
and lilacs, while the parlor was a per
fect garden of peonies and snowballs.
The bridal party entered the parlor to
the sweet strains of the Mendelsohn
wedding march played by Miss Pleas
ants, sinter of the groom, and took their
places Ix-neath a beautiful wedding 111
white flowers siisiei)del from the
Mr. and Mrs. Plea-ants will take up
their home at ti e place known as the
Barnes ranch, near the home of the
bride's parents. G.
The Kxaminer returns thanks and
liest w i-he to Mr. ami Mrs. I'lra-ants
f.r a generous supply of weil '.mg cake.
Mrs. Win. Jennings was seriously in
jure" I one day lal week by the explosion
of a can of prunes. The fruit was on
the stove and in a "an wiih the lid t'.ifhl-
lv it-( fi. can hurst and the
hot prunes and liquid spurted out and
burnt Mrs. Jennings about the face in a
frightful manner. The accident hap
pened at the camp at the Water Com
pany's dit'h where M rs. Jt-nmngv is em
ployed in cooking for S. V. (.chart and
iay, remwo to tell tt.e name tI a com- ceiling. The ceremony was conducted
panion who had pushed him lrom a by lie v. C. Wesley Raymond of the M.
freight car and brougKt him to hi death, K. church of I-akeview, in his nually
says Le-lie'n Weekly. "Uon't cry, impressive manner.
mamma," he said after his cruslied legs ; The bride was tastefully arid becorn-
had been amputated. "It wouldn't be iriy attired in white silk and chiffon
fair to tell. He didn't mean to hurt and carrier white flowers. She was at-
fue." And with his hand clutching his tended by Miss Millie' Robnett, who
mother's tit'htly, the boy who was true looked loyely in a creation of pale blue,
to his chum, even to death, passed away. Mr. Daly Robnett was liest man to the
- 'groom. The groom looked his best and
District Attorney I'.onner of Modoc appeared very happy in the conven-
had his picture in the San Francisco tional black. After the ;-eremony, con-
Kxaminer of June 4th. In a letter V) gratulations were tendered the happy
the editor of the yellow paper he Hays : couple, when all were invited to the
"My friends in Modoc and San Francis- dining room, where a bountiful wedding
co need have no fear of my falling in my supper was spread such an one as the
duty" in the pronation of the mob bride's mother, Mrs. Robnett, is famed
that lynched the live men at Lookout, for nerving. The evening was handily
Now, the public may look for something
very sensational in this case.
The Ashland Ministerial Association
ia after the Sunday baseball players.
Ashland is certainly becoming a "goody-
goody" town. , H a man lias any fear of the best young ladies of Modoc county,
the hereafter he should move to that ' Of recent yean she has been a favorite
town, where the moral atmosphere reeks ' teacher in the schools of Lake and
passed with music and social chit chat.
The newly married couple were the
recipients of many valuable and hand
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Robnett, and one of
lan.l tifBce at I-sk- i-w. ' irr(im.i
Jn'ir II. I I 1
Notice ( hi-ri-l.y lvin that lift- fuiiiiwinic
oatni'il wttler list Bltl ni!i: if lii intviiti.ni
to initio; rinl .r.i( in niiHirt of in. ,siin,
ami that aml'l pr.rt 1 tll t. II:s.ln tff..rt lit.
Kt-KUit-r ami K--t t-i t-r at l.akft tt-t . oo u. tin
Jul)' JO. tlx- litaar f dawn II. K. N.
Zl.7, fi.r tlis fl-, i.l rt ' if S.-c. .'7. aii'l Nli'.
ol MW'jBii.l W',iif SK'.of r-t; .A, Iu. :
K. 17 K., V ill. M.-r.. Or. Ki.n. Me ii.in.-. the fnl
lowtniC wiln"-iKit u ifiivf hi ctiritiit.jtiu r.m.
tlfiirt? iih.ii iU'l ii.iliinii of anl n. I. viz:
John M. Klhiiim )-, . Mu rine, Ailo rt lfil, II.
Mrl'allii'l, ol l.k-v. , 1 if. k. ill
Junl.VZJ K. M HKATTAIN. Iti-a-Uter.
USA I. CKIKIir.
fnlti-d Hiate Ijini Oltlif , .aki- Itw. tirimn,
June II, lisil. .Nitlliell, In Tel.) KIUTI M.lftl lie-
I111I11HI11K iiariiiil iii-iii. r Ik. til.-.i nniin. (,
Inn iii!-n;iuii In inNkc Iiiiai j.ri.f in .u-...rt of
Inn i.'ialtii, an. (I. at -.aM l.r..il 'Alii t,i ii.hiIi- I,.-.
lore it. H. vSrl-ll. Ci.li.il riati n i ..u,iin
w.n r, at r-ilv. r Lake, Or.vni. mi ln.t ji, l .,
viz: A:riih V. Mni'h. II. L No. J1.71' ,,r tlii'
nf.'.iil NW4li fci of 11I -41. I , r.
4., It. Ii K., ail' I l.t i, . I .. .-. , li. K ,
Will. M.-r , Oregon. Hi- nam. Hi- f , 1 1 , 1 1
Mltnemsr to ir.iv- ti.a routi n iio.j -. r.--.j..i.
upon ml l ultnallno nf . i I lali.l. ,t: W. II.
ilayen, Joliu Hy. , A. I Mill-r, A. ,. Oej. r, ol
ftL ver Lak.:, I 'ri-ifull.
JiiiiIW K. M. HKATTAIN-, K.-kU,,.,.
A Nf-W PINT: CRKHK
Is rapidly forcing ahet atnl
Fullett ami Aiiiick, tli MerckantH
Q are trottint? ftlong at tlie beml
(if the JtriM-rHsiutt.
K A HNK NKW STOCK
Hum nlre;nly In-en re-eivei ami hi'-re
A tiewr jimiis lire arriving at ftir store
ia all tlie tiint!
5 A MONO OTHER TMINOS
We hnve f very thing deoiroun In tho
0 OriM-ery l-ine. A rriiil line of h iitn
Knncy ShirtM. An elegant line of
TT ('iiii'lieo, Oigari ami Tolmi-ei . W'uUli
fur our I ry OikhIm Iisjilay.
1 FOLLCTT & AMICK
PELTON WATER WHEEL
Is known the world oyer as sfTi.nln g the uiorl simple, re
liable and economical (siwer for all purpose.
Ten Thousand Wheel.. Now Running
Killing every condition of service in the m.t eflicient ainli
Ulectrlc Power Transmission
I'KLTON VIIKKI are the reciViii.-l standar. for iiaratinir C....,..ra,.j
are rumiing the majority of stations of this character in all pinto ..( the world.
Water Pipe and Transmission Machinery
And all appliances connected with a power dliwit. siii.i.Iii.1 ,,i, il, ,,,. i t..
i..,...., ki i.. i. ... ... .. i- . . """"I'l"
" ""I inn iiiiini- in . in , -mi rranciHcoor ,ew ) ork as may afford
... ft ...,..,..- riues. Hiaiogues, r.ngllsli or hjianii-h, furnished
nwiM-rn, kviik coniiiiions ol service.
THE PtlTON WHIE.L.
l7 rmln .t-.Smn I rant lx o Cat. .1 i.S. A .
with the dew-drops of heaven.
The great English derby of 1901 was
won by an American William C. Whit
ney' "Volodyouski" in the record time
Modoc and is beloved and greatly ad
mired by all who know her.
The groom ii an energetic young far
mer residing near Willow Ranch, and
is fast making his war in the world.
of 2;4d 4-5. And now comes Foxhall He is a gentleman much to be admired
Keene with his horse, "Cap and liell"
and takes the Oaks trophy. America
against the world for horses and every
thing else. "Bah I"
for hit many good qualities.
AH their friends, and they are numer
ous, will join the writer in very best
wishes for their life-long happiness.
tiiecjtur'a Notice to Creditor
III tlie liiat'. rof tl.i- fta!e ! .latin I 1
leM, lleef aae'J.
Nance in lierehy (riven, that hy an or ter ol
tliK County Caurt of l-ke County, 'initon,
rruwlt-ami tnUTeil on the In. iiay ol June, ',
the UII'liTiU-ne.l Han rluly a.ilit.. e. e.i,,r
ol ths laat will aiel I. i.tiin nl ol Jnhlel W.
Iiveli , .ee. n. tl ami that letiern t.-maiiieii-tary
liavB heen duly ismieil to hi in ah muh.
All iaraoiia having claiiiin aintniht thnetata'
of aael ti- i aai il are lierehy r.-.( 1. 1 r.-.l to ,r. . nt '
them, ultli tho r . -r vom lit r, Mill, in
iiioiiiiiti iroin ine tini'- or huh notire, o the liu
tltTNlKlietl, at Hie olh'-e t,f i,, .. I iiiiu
lor buih i ntale, in l.akevi.-n, jke Count)
duteil June la, 19UJ
Wi Clink. , 1iVKI
Ii.-iutor of thu Mat Will ami Imtami
jaillel v, Mivel.-nn, I Itt'eait.'.l ,
CON ffcST noiici;
In I.Krliii. in of (he thterlor,
t nlli i htalt a i.hihI 1 1 lit.
f.Hki-VH'U . 'Ireuon. .linn. I., itit'.i
A sufficient mirest sflttlnt It I, a iiiv tii en ' rt !
Vll ,:l "w rj'rri. :-.., "'v::r-';".iu"""".if"..t j w Ke,drr
I7.1ss7,fir the Miutheant '.4 nf m ctlon 7,t.wiilnii
Ml tt raiiK'- IV h hy Kra.ik W. in Ml.rtli, i ,i,.
testee, In whlcli It la alleK;'l that Frank Wem.
worlli faili-il to plant, cultivate or liroiMTly
protai t, or care for the ret(iiireil iiumht rof lre
the- aecond, thlr'l or fourth yer after thu aahl
entry or at all, that h is nut now or ever hag
len a realiivnt of the Htatu of (In kuii nee
the date ol Haul en try, that thu iiaiil claimant
on or aootu 1110 ii nay 01 nay, isus, duly re-
THE PEITON WATER WHEEL COMPAHt,
Hereford Stock .arm
Drew s Valloy, Oregon.
aitorn.y ..,,; rf'-ZW., li.tj-J L 1J.i?Z 7 J
11,1 ,.f U.i-y.r:--(L
: a2 tilai Jdl. J -v?
F. O. Bunting, Owner
largest herd of registered
Herefords in Oregon
5 Registered Yearling Bulls
IOO, 25 and IDOoach
LALDOR ALAMO head of herd
lln(jUlhd til riKht to ali i lalin Ui tho United
Htatea, and has ainifi'loni d the name, and that
all the aforesaid fafturf dial at the lirea. nl
tlmu.aald nartli-a are hurehy noilfled toai.n. ar
reioiid and offer evident touchliiK Haiti alln
sation at 10 o'clock a. 111. oil July 'A l'JOl, tx-fore
lhe KKl"1r and Hewlver at the United Utau t
Land Ottioe In ltkevlew, Oreftjou.
The said contestant, having, In a proper affi
davit, Uled June JO, lul, net forth facta which
ahuw that after due dillKence ix-raanal service
of this notice cau not be made, It la hereby or
dered and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication.
K, M. Hhattaim, KeKliter.
JunlS-38 Uaaar UaiLCV, Kacelver.
4 ha Morrlnon
Reeder & Morrison
Ma aa aatiaraci.
Pino CreeK, Oregon.
J. W. Maxwell
A r nt for
Ten of tho Dest
high grade and
8240.00 and up
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