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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1901)
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t.AKHYir.W. ORIKION, jrNI! 27, IWI.
PuMithed Every Ttmraday
BEACH & AVGARREY
One Year. $2.00
s.l Mnnlht I .01)
(Three Months, 50
LklM. K.. Jl r". SO. IINII.
Free Silver, of Course.
Two hrm hers", Thomas' hikI I wis Iod
n, ho -re M'c'i'oil ti have tour ! a
)pili!t .iifr nmnoa hero in Southern
Oregon wnu' time si", lone j ' i - t lnvn
pernem-i-d in mtvi' three yMr! imprison
ment 1-v ,1 initio IVUituer in Portland, for
inukiut: ami passu.; counteilVit money.
As a iiKHUTiif I'niir then the lioy on-t!o-l
in a populist tiru spaper enterpi i-e
tVy lia l to li.ivo irfil".
Mt lla lirui-. i lie luautitul ci;;lreen
year nlil t;n I i i Taomini. ho k i ! i the
hnsliiind w ho whs forced iihiii Iut hy an
ohdurate lather iiiul el ill more deter
minoil Miilur, ntior two days married
life. slmuM nut le condemned, iiiul
there should Ik- no neeessity for her hid
ing t rout I lit authorities. Ineapahle o!
lovint: the man, ami lie kn.'Wiiii: the
fact, yet still i.-i!ciit in iiniWint; her
his wife, ainl at the same time a slave,
she ilt'l tuht li t litre wore no o'lur
way mit of the thrail inm. The father
was us unnatural as the annrnus foul
li" inis'e'l on lieenmint: her hushainl
attain! her pliMiliu.:s that she lotrl
another, in. I ho oi ly. It appear- that
there was iiiethoil in the parent's ma I
ness he received $:'.iKl t'.r liis ihuu-hter's
Uuly. lie shouhl also nave ro rived a
glass of poisoned w ii.e like slie pivi' her
A Proposition to Form an A.hU-
tlon (or an Annual Racing Clr !
cuit tj Include Redding, Al
tura, l.akev ew and j
Ke.l.lllttC si ri hi I nil l I
It is po-sililo that the horsemen of j
ilus n rllui n tommy may arrant,'- for
ara.eiin.nl in the fall that will in !
ehiile Ki'IIhik'. Alluriis, l.akeview mid
Yieka. Tliis is a proposition us ilis- j
eiissol Kiilav tveniim at a novum: of'
the N.'ithein v'.ihforiiia I'rivuit; t'hih in 1
(n.as S. ('one, capitalist of lied
liluff. was in at tclid.ini e at the meetitit:.
He raved some hoisesnt tlie fair hire
last war an.) expresses hiniseit as hav
inc l'ei'li suiii-s anil plcasctl at the
tii. 1 1 - that was in circulation diirmt:
the moot. Ills enthusiasm assutneil a
piacticil turn when ho ntteioil to put up
a ciiii'lo ot huiiilroil thill. us lowanl a
moot in Kishliui at any time.
A proposit imi w as ma. le I' i ha e a si h i
ot cms. 'I hi. II 1 ill n l lie Tehama ami
Tni.ltv ami Hi.ista attriciiltm al districts
for racing pinpi-es, the races t" he held
hero, hut was dismissed as entirely im
The idea of an extreme iiortl.oin cir
cuit, as mellin. licit III the lireji'li m. wa
well nieivid and will pmhahlv he car
mil out. The lour towns to he included
are a I i"ond i ace linn.. Sevci.il st i infs ;
ol IVii.im.i ami Shasta li r-c ate al i
ready uaianlced to he taken atoumi
(1I-NT5 rURMSIIINO (iOODsS, DWY 1()()I)5.
(iKOCI-KIILS l-TC, AND OI: 1()DD IM.ACI:
TO IUJV I I I l;M, OUR STORI; IS SUI; TO
III: PAVOUABI.Y MI:NTIDNI:D.
We have the newest Spring1 Cloth
in iy, Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
AND Wl; WANT TO Sl-I: YOU AMONO OUU
EARLY CALLERS. TO (iET YOUR CHOICE.
...Complete line of Tin and Agate Ware...
The Han ey News say-:
' 1 he I injure Kmttint: Mi l- ateevi
deiitly a iraud. The New Ymk 1'. t.
has returned mail sent to their pul
li-hed address, and untitles the puhlish
er of The News? that they have "re
moved" from the nuinhers advertised.
Their order for adverti-int; Ix-ars a fac
fimile signature purporting to 1 the
tirm name of a rosponsihle ruinvrn, but
ill the luht of pres. lit information we
are oompolled to look upon them as
Thi9 is a queer statement for the New
to make, for in looking across tlie
i".Xh.i iririui ih.n, aiuuiar. 1 )
Here is a proposition that milit le
Well to lo. k into liy the hoi-ell.ell ol
Lake onntv. A race ctt cuit includint:
Weddin.!, Altur i-. I. ike n-w and Vn k.i
would he an i.n su taut one Much
money and many people would he
hioimht to l.akeview ain nally hy t.'iis
association, l.akeview has a leputation
ahroad as a ii o I racing town, mid also
has the reputation of heinc the "suuar
est" race track ea-l of the Cascades in
Oregon. Ilorseineli know that when
they race on the l.akexi. w track they
i;et a fair run for their money. No joh
liery is allowed hole. The Kxaminer
would s if.'est that the Secretary of the
Lake county Au'riculiuial Association
correspond with the Iteddiiui associa
tion, and do what he can to tiring aUiul
the arrangement. It is a matter too im-
Hi Ci R OTH E & COi, THE lEA0,NG MERCHANTS OF LAKE COUNTY.
You may help a d g out of troiihle and
no matter what kind of a do he is city
dots, country i!oi, hi ilo,;, little lojr,
educated, or illiterate, arristiM ratic or
plop, and he will wa his tail into para
lysis and exhaust every muscle in his
Icidy telliiu you that every dropof Mood
in his veins are at your service, says the
Milton Faale. Ilelpa man out of a ditch
and what he will do for you af'erwards
depends greatly on his dreed. There are
pleii'v of men w ho are not as tfood as a
dog in more respe. ts than one.
John Itavis was picked up on the
fctreets of H'heeliiiL', V. Va., proimunced
dead hy doctors, hat upon hy coroner's
jury, which found death due to heart
failure, removed to the undertaker's, and
within te:i minute, sat up and hant
"Nearer My (iod to Thee." John was
hustled off to court and fined f. for
drunkenness. Doctors and jurors i; t
leased irom prison
.iicn., ' itei 8 rvini; nve years lor a orin e
of theft another woman was guilty of,
will feel very much like committing an
offense against the law upon the person
of tne other woman unless hhe is really
a freak of the weaker sex.
In London, with the tirst week of June,
hegau a seiies of fiay functions, with
numerous dances. In the fashionable
shin of the day, a dance in London is
called u "band." The former word must
not be mentioned, since society is still in
mourning, ho it asks you to dinner and a
W'vrts either Klihti Hoot or Governor
Odell nominated and elecced to the pre
sidency, the lucky man would be cruci
fied by The Oregonian the next day after.
And that paper nayH that either one of
these men would be suitable.
The Prenident will not call an extra
session of Congress to take action on
the 1'orto Kican and I'hilippine ques
tions. The cabinet in satislied with the
jiolioy heretofore pursued by the administration.
Albert Tozier, of Portland, Oregon, has
been elected President of the National
Kditorial Association. The next conven
tion will be held at Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Who Are the Outlaws?
I ;K.iiiprml in .i. K. I'i.l
i The lynching of live by a Modi at mob
last Thursday night was one of loose in
cidents' ail too common, that induce U
liel in the pessimistic theory that civili
zation does not civilize, and that Uuieath
a thin veneer of civil behavior our hav
aie instincts are as rampant as thev
were in our barbarous am eslors fart best
'1 he people ot ( 'a. ifornia cannot afford
to Countenance such rude ami lawless
action upon such slight provocation.
: This lynching was a coldblooded murder,
and tliose who assisted ill the crime
were murderers. It was a cowardly deed
j and one that would never have been
.committed it the accused had been full
j blooded white men. '1 here is an ii.era
, dicabie prejudice in communities like j
I .Modoc against what are called "squaw j
j men," and this prejudice extends to the
I ha i-i'iiste brood of sucli men. There was
inn me hiigntesi uiincuity in organizing
. a mob to hang men of this social status,
w ho has just lieen re- '1 hat these men were guilty ol the petty
at i'ough keepsie, I thelts charged to them in a oueHlion.
They may have lieen innocent, and the
stolen property alleged to have I men
found in their possession may have been
placed there hy some of the mob who
hanged them. It is certain, however,
that they were in the custixly of the
ollicers of the law, and that gang of out
laws look them away from these oflii.ers,
and without trial or any effort to ascer
tain the trulh of the accusation against
them, hanged them.
It would be folly to ask that the
murderers of Calvin Hall and his sons
be "brought to justice." There is no
justice in Modoc county for that mob.
No jury would convict thern, and it is
doubtful if any court In that section
would sentence them.
It is safe to assui.ie, however, that
cattle robbery and other larcenies of this
character will proceed as usual in Mo
doc county in spite of the stringent
measures that some of the citizens of the
county have adopted to suppress this
class of crime. If there are anv more
"squaw men" and half-breeds in Modoc
county they will undoubtedly he hanged
in reprisal for these crimes of the future.
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I.I. VJVlll I IIL1
5 Vj :r and Jeweler
Zi Located at new postoffice
4 Al work in my line fully
Plush Stacj Line
4 li mtelirii
Hnndloy & Clomlonon
MKEVIEW - FLMINO - HILL
lnln "lie l, l.krttt-w
Sash, lilintls, Aloulclin, Window anil
Door Casings, Etirniturc made to order
OtO H SHUNS.
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ll y lt-1 i rn 1 li tr . I Bii.. I'h.sli ue..
llli) s HO') SHI iir'tlt . Hi 7 c,', , n.Hi.
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Write us for esti mates
on all kinds contract
work and material
BEEHIVES MADE TO YOUR ORDER
MANDLI-Y & CLI;M)I;NI:N
Tlie ulllj Vi K.-Ul.lr- S,,ri. J,,
I.Hkevlew niicnci! Illie di.l.r
SOIltll III llHIlk l.f I.Hkl VleU.
All V.KeBl,)e, HII'I Kriilt
can lie fun ml at till. More In
M'lisilll. (el-rHl MereliHIe
'line, ' k'HrH null Tiil'Hi'i iis.
FRANK BARMS, Proprietor.
i i -i rs- II!
The Chicago man w ho had his stomach
a in put i ted will tie the envy of the "kids"
in green apple time and when watermel
ons come again.
The trials of preachers for heresies,
that are happenini, occasionally, stand
out in strong contrast with those of for
mer days. Then it was rack or fire,
without much investigation. Now it
takes weeks to settle a case and the
preacher only loses his job.
I to the trade carried
fine Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
CIGARS... ... STATIONARY
Hot and Cold Baths
C. H. DUNLAP, Proprietor.
g S. F. Ahlstrom
g LAKnvIEW SADDLES 2
L 1 1 .1 ... sO
.vwuMwtu b ine nesi Vaquero Saddl
Manufacturer of the
Wagon ami ,iy i.lrfl0KH Whij,Ht Uo)(H) lvnUlHt
Itits.SfniiK, QuirtH, KosotUsH, Kte. -f
Uepairinr of all kinds, by competent mon. .f .f
Oue door tiODth or BANK