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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1902)
LAKKVIKW, LA K K COUNTY., OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 1002.
A JUNE BRIDE
Pretty Outdoor Wedding
at the Amlck Nome
Near State Line.
A BIG SALE OF
SALE AT RENO
Tim Cloud-Amick wedding occurred at
the home of Ihe bride', parent, three
mile .oiilli o( New I'lfio Crock, last
Sunday al noon. The ceremony Mat
tcr formed by Rev. Smythe of I-akevicw,
beneath a canopy of Mowers and ever
green, In I rw front yard of the residence.
The bridal couple stood Ix-ncath a mar
riago bell when tin milliner spoke the
moid (hat joined them for life, About
kilty H'i tit itnced tint marriage, ami
aflfr llir ceremony all with invited to a
big Wedding fi-HMt prepared liy Mm.
A miik ami tfit tn tti. Joy ami hap
piness reigned supreme, and I lie only
incident to mar the pleasure of t!m day
wax the auddeii illnfHD of a iiumlxT of
the gnests, a. hich in supim.cd to have
Ixo-ii cauaed lv rating i-e-crv.m that
had U-cn prepared a a part of the r
frcsli.iietit. ami stood two long in a tin
ill r 11 . None were aeriotiHly ill, how
ever, ami the festivities contiuiitxl
throughout t afternoon. Mm. C. A.
Knox, I lit1 liM'al arlint, Psik a picture of
thr I r ill tt I couple an tliry hIimmI beneath
the marri,ige Im II, ami took a second
picture of tin guest a they stood
aromiil to wilnc the ceremony. A
huiiiImt of mii from Lakeview attend
c tint wi tiding, which they any wa
a very pretty on.
Mr. ami Mr. Cloud Hill remain down
the valley all I hi week and will come
to lakeview to lake up their M'rniaiieiit
residence next Monday. The Examiner
join with many friend In wishing the
happy couple all the Joy to lie found In
wedlock and all the pood fortune 1'fe
may have In atom for them.
I,ier Sin, e writing the above it is
learned t tint (he en owe of the i linen of
the guc( w a partaking of rake that
hail a colored sugar coaling.
Following in a lil of present received
by the hride mid groom :
li.vlil Vt nrthliiyttiii. llvi r t.lilc ajMioiia.
Mr. ami Mm. J. '. MurrlMin. .Ilvrr miliar
t'iil atiil niHin hulilrr rutiitiliieij.
Kv. Amlrk .ml Kttitn. liiMNlin.ti, inlrmr.
Mr. K. J Miliary, liuri'.u ar.rf.
Mr. .ml Mm. J. H. K.-i. .mill al pillow.
fill.. A III It k . colli' l.li.
Oilcan mii lr. u hiillvlilii.l rrcmniT".
tiro. lluiH.f(ti, art.
Mr. anil Mm. Ji.hn IPM, act a.uci- llln .ml
f.li-k If Jiali.
Mr. ami Mm. I. K. A in Irk, I wo lr I.e. cur
litln. .ml liun nii ar.rf.
Mr. anil Mm. Hrti 1'loinl, lruarla run.
" K4. Mulki-y, M.nli ImikI .ml .li tier.
A lilatrnin lima., mlvi r ..It .ml pprr likm.
Ml. 1'i .rl llHrlnv. i liln. Irtill illxli.
Mr, mimI Mm. Tniii M ulkey. liT plti'luT.
Uh .ml Mltitilf Mulkry, M l nuri- itUlio.
IIkI. .ti'l AiU Mulki-)'. i l intnlili'rs.
Mr. .ml Mm. II. It. iiuliU, (ln w n t r
Mr. .ml Mm. I. r. II. rr) , m.iiil l.inp.
A H url llrrry, allvrr luillur ilmli.
AIIhtI Ht-rry .til Ml All. Hpr.y, Iwrry ml
Mr. .ml Mm. I.uku Mulki y, raki' ainiul .ml
Krr 1 Itti , dm pit i n rlnnn wllli lirlili- .ml
MIhm Aiiiih tiiiniliii.il, Inn pr. I.t-i rurlHltm.
(ir.mlih. hiiiI tirHii'lpn ('IimhI, Ini i.ri'.i.
Mr.. iiI Mm. Tom Hi'IhIitiiii, u .irr .rl.
Mr. II rloii'l, kihiiiI I tn .
Mm. Kunx.K ilil 1 1 I.h.i h 'W k Iml.l.T.
Minn Myrtle Hu I h, pupi l rmk.
Mr. K..II. (Joml 11111 11, . t illnm r .lHt.', mt
t 'lpinml umiivm, it. mil pll.'li.T. m't pl plHln
ami iiii'.l 1'lntirr.
Mr. T.i.l. I IIiiiiiiit. ullri'r li.ik tint lit'. Iirui.li
Mr. .ml Mia. IImvi h Mulkry, li t rrr.m wt.
Kv. Amlck, .ft allvi r Hpoima.
Mr.ainl Mra. A. AinUik, not allvur kill vol and
lurka ami luliltt linen.
A Im'k 11 1 If ol collection of flowcrt w.i for
war.lcj liy li ilrr Ainlck, prraiinuid by the
Mayor of Onkl.ml ami tlm profciaor. of the
Oakland lliiallica. Cilli'ite, lljti'lliliil for till)
lirlilc, hut tliu ciilli'Clliin una loat off the alai'
I.AKKVirw, (In-irmi, Juno 18, luOi.
To wlitiin It may ('onacrn;
I, C C'i lifftiiH, h.vn u.ud the Adrlanoe B. &
II, lluckcyn Muw.r, alao thu Deerlng Ol.nt 6
lout iiircIiIiic. I bought a fl-foot MoCormluk
and trlml It to my aatUfactlon, I th.ll recom
mend It tu all who may he In need of a rua
chliit). It will cut dry graatca which U ao often
founil In the mcnilnwa. I alao uiod my blurry
team to run on tho MoCoriiilck by tin ildu of
the DccrliiK with work team. '
('. C, Uirmn, Crana Lake
Tux Mi'CoimicK run lAi.a ar II. Hchminuk &
8iN, I.axivikw. n il
Everybody bag read 'Tom Payne,"
but unlusa you amoke the "Tom Payne"
cigar at the Brewery aaloon you cannot
got the right Inspiration. 24 3tu
Lake view Irlce5 Range
Prom 12 1-3 to 133-8
Cents for 19o2.
ConaidnraMe wool haa Uen txM in
l.akeview dnriiiK the aat Meek. John
Io,h..,. the market here at V2i wim.
,, . . . . . .
..enn.i.y eo on u.e lonninKn
1 1 ro. clip to l.l'4 Mnrae, the Koaton
buyer, then look up aeveral rlipa at l.'J1,.
Thia a the hiKliei.t price offer.-d. and
foi TtliMMluV Ml'lilitnif ll.i. ma.Lul MMMttl a
alan.lalill. no ofler. linK made. Moat
of the Surpriae Valley clip taken by
Mormt at ll'a cent.. The taller Iihi
bought alxmt a half million hiiiiiiI. in
all in thin acflion. It i. e.tiinateil thai I
alMi.it lAmi Img. have Wen aold in Lake
The balance of the Ijtkt. county clip
will prolmMy go at to lucent.
f armera' Inatltute, June Joth.
I'oHtera are out anmniiicitig a Karmera
Irmtitillu to be lii l I under the auttpicea
of the Oregon Agricultural College and
cilixena of I.akeview, on June 'M, IW2.
It ia the tlekire of the I'rofexKori of ihe
Oregon Agri 'iiltural College to meet the
dinner, ami nI.m kinen of thia aeclion to
iliiHtiaa w ith them phaxea pertaining to
animal tiiiHliuinlry, etc. The IiiNlitute
will be in two m'a.i.itia, afteriitHn ami
evening, comuiencii.g at 2 p in and 8 p
m. Thu afternoon will bo devoted to
general topic prtaining to the farm,
aUM'ktrrow ing, etc , and the evening w ill
be devoted to aterenptii-on illuntrated
lecturce on typical Mciinenii of the dif
ferent breela of liveatnek, and view of
the Agricultural College, ground, build
ingi, luhoratorica, etc Both aeHi.ii.ii a
will bo entertaining and inatriirtl ve, par
ticularly the evening aeaxion, and no
citixen ahoultl fail to attend, whether he
lie a atock grower or not. Ktecially
ill the Indie, he welcome. No atock
man within a day'a travel of Ijikevicw j
ihoulil m'lHa t li i iimtructive ii'Htitute.
The atthjecta in the afternoon to I dia
ciihhi) I are forage plant, Hiiminoua weetla
(iTiliiiif, cure Mini dim-tiMe of live tiM'k
It will he iiitercMinit and entertaining
for all who attend. The lectures are
Itlair'A Conors Are Speedy.
John idnirlmaa pair of Conor colla
with excellent .iie'd. While on his
roundrt performing hi. dntiea an HHncHKiir
IiihI MoimIhv, iintl while coining through
n gate way at the Vernon pliteo south of
I.akeview, the atiimulx hecHine frighten
etl hii.I iltmliel the inle of the Imgy
iigaiiiit the gate mihI. The pole wiih
broken off tdiort and ihe ct.lta coiichnled
to "how the ownr how f lit they could
go. Mr. Blair was on tlm ground when
the team Marled, but could not hold
them, niid the aniinalM continued in
their mail career adown the lane. They
piled Ihe buggy up on top of a rail fence,
anil continued nu toward the (iolden
Stale. JiiHt aouth of Will McKco'g
ranch a bicycle rider Mopped them uinl
after hiiching Iheni to a fence came on
to llnd the owner. Blair .aya the Conors
ba ve great "peed. The damage w ll only
amount to a few dollars.
Will Be flarried Soon.
Ir. N. Pean Asdell, the dentist, re
turned from Silver Lake last Monday,
and on Wednesday morning started for
San Francisco to prepare for tils coming
marriage. On JuneSdth pr. Asdell will
lead to the altar Miss F.dilli Jennet to
Harry, who resides at .1:12(1 Sacramento
Bl.reet, city, where the wedding will be
held. The Pr. w ill return with his bride
to Lakeview en July 15th, to take up a
Race Track Privileges.
Sealed bid for the following privileges
will be received by the Secretary of the
Lake County Agricultural Association:
I'ool 1'rivilege: Bar Frivileue: Ice Cream
ti Confectionery privilege. Bid must
be in the hands of the Secretary by
3:50 p. in., Wednesday. June 25th. 11KK2.
The Association reserves the riitlit to te-
jectany and all bids.
i l V. Id. riNKLUNa, Skc
Alarm Clocks at Ahlstrom Bros.
Million Acres In Eastern
Oregon Sold to Booth
The Oreiron Central Military Koad
Company haa Iranaferred to the atock
1 ' . !
Iny 1,000,000 acre, ol land. The land
I I...I.I..-. ..11 - 11 ..L lr - t ' t 1 Mi-
lUtrnitto section for
three in I lea on each aide of the road for
' a iliatance of nearly 500 milea, beginning
. l KnKM, aro the Caacatle, through
Kaatern Oregon, via Lakevtew, thence to
I lioiiw City, Idaho. Much valuable
; U.r j, Ilcllldw! fn lhli mrom.e.
In connection with the tranafer of the
proierty of the Military Wagon Htd
Company there are aeveral railroad ru
atloat, and much crelence ia
iliveli Ilium. Mti iIim PrKik fVxmtv
! jliurn. The principal project ia that
from ralt Lake to the coaat at Cooe Bay.
: ''ia railroail itcheme ia aaiif lo be backed
by the (iould people, whu want to reach
the I'.cilic Coa.t, and have decided to
build thia line. Thia line would be di
rect. It would urn it through vatit ui.
j developed territory in Koutheaatern Ore
gon, which would at once give it much
j local I'UHincHa. it wonld have the curry
' ing of vast amounts of lumber to the
Kant The lumber ahipioenta alone, it
I i ttuid, will le cuflicient to tunlain the
j road from the Ix-ginning.
Cattle For Silver Lake.
A bund of 500 bead of cattle left Benton
County yesterday morning for Silver
I-ake, Southern Oregon, aayi a Corvallis
paper. They have been, during the pant
month gathered up by Walter Brown
and win for 1'underaon and Chester
Avery. They are to be delivered by the
Browna at the Kaat Deacjiatee, and from
there Cheater Avery ia to take them on
to the Silver Lake country. For the
purchase and dells erv of the cattle the
Browns are to receive f2.50 per head.
The cattle are yearling and 2 year-
Oida. Th y were purchased in various
parts of the county at an average cost
of about 1 17.50 per head. They are to
lie taken hy Chester Avery to the George
Small ranch at Silver Lake. Mi. Avery
I returns later to harvest his crop in Ben
j ton and in the Autumn he goes with his
i family to Silver I-ake to reside. Grover
Avery is a member of the party that
left with the cattle yesterday morning
The band started from I'undersonAvery 'a
farm, two miles south of town.
Bleakmore Get the Business
l'.d. F. l'eart, a well known gentleman
representing the grocery department of
The Adams, Booth Company of Sacra
iiiento, ami Ia Bleakmore, who took
Arthur Ioupe's place in the cigar de
partment of the same house, were here
seveial dava last week in the interest
of their respective departments. The
Adams, Booth housu is known as one of
the leaders of the Pacific Const. Mr.
l'eart knows all our people and enjoys a
big trade among Lakeview business men.
It was .Mr. Bleakmnre'a first visit here,
bu; he at once made himself popular as
a business man of full carat fine. He
handles the best brands of ctuars known
to the trade, and bet-idea is an enter
taining and dever gentleman. Mr.
Bleakmore made many friends in Lake
view upon his Hist visit who will always
be glad to see him come again. He sold
enough cigara here to keep Lakeview
smokers pulling away until iie returns.
Charlie Cummins Murdered.
Ed Williams, a woodchopper, blood
thirsty and cowardly, shot and killed
Deputy Constable Charlie Cummins at
Ihe mining town of Pe La Mar, near
Heckling, without provocation, on June
Oth. Williams got away but was after
wards captured, and only escaped lynch
ing by an angry crowd of citizens be
cause the otllcors secretly carried liiiu
away to Bedding under cover of dark
ness. The dead man w.s known in
Lakeview, having resided here for some
time just after the big fire of May, 1900.
Cummins was a paper-hanger, and did
the work at George Jammerthal's "Re
treat," w hen that building w as complet
ed. He also did paper work in other
buildings here after tbe fire. lie was
killed in cold blood.
A Million Pounds Sold By
Bid System at Flan
Hpeclal to The Examiner
Rano, Nev. June 17 The first great
wool aale to be held by the Flanagan
Warehouse Company occurred yesterday.
The bidding waa spirited and the aale
was successful. Kepre ntativet from
the principal buying concerns in the
country were present. The tale were
caried on by bids. One million
pound were aold 11?4' cents was the
lowest price offered and 14J. the high
est. These prices were made on the
product delivered at Madeline. The
Flanagan Warehouse enterprise is now
an assu'ed fact. It lias proved a great
benefit to producers. Another big sale
will be made later on.
The above announcement of the first
sale of wool by the Flanegan Warehouse
Company ia a big feather in the cap of
the promoters of the enterprise. The
competitive bidding system is becoming
popular in this country and the sales
are made on practically the same plan
as in London, where auction sales
are made at stated periods. At the
Flanagan Warehouse sealed bids are
handed in on the various lots of wool,
and opened at a stated hour. In this
way the producer is more apt to get tbe
best price for bis clip. Take the best
price brought by the competitive bids at
the Flanagan Warehouse last Monday,
it exceeds the best price offered in Lake
view up to date by a snll margin, allow
ing ?4 of a ceut for delivery of the pro
duct at Madeline sta.ion on tbe rail
road. It is safe to say that the Lake
county product would have brought
the top-notch price at the warehouse
because our clip is unusually clean and
of excellent fiber this season.
The Flanagan Warehouse Company
has established a system that will prove
beneficial to the woolgrowers generally
and one that w ill become popular. It is
the first of the great sales to be estab
lished on the competitive bidding plan
in this section of the country. The same
system has proved succes-ful at Pendle
ton, this state, and growers generally
are in accord with the movement.
The second big sale will soon be held,
and will lie reported to our woolgrowers
by The Examiner.
Letter to the Public.
I desire to state that I am in no wav
connected with the meat market con
ducted hy Mr. Scliweinfurth in- Lake-
view. 1 am strictly in the vegetable
and fruit business nt my old stand op
KiNite the Oregon Hotel, aixt am trying
to make an honorable livelihood. It is
not my purxiee to interfere with the
husiness of others. 1 ask the people of
Lakeview to give me a share of their
patronage. AH kinds of vegetables in
season, ami the lies! fruits to tie had in
the market will lie found in season at
my stand. Very Respectfully,
L. B. Whohton
Death of W. A. Bagley.
W. A. Bagley, whom The Examiner
announced last week as a victim of
smallpox at Lis borne at Paisley, died
from tbe disease last Sunday at 11 a. ni.
The unfortunate man was atllicted w ith
smallpox in its worst form the German
black smallpox. He was a member of
the election board at Paisley, and had a
high fever at the time ho w as perform
ing his duty. It is feared now that
many people have been again exposed
to the disease, and that another epi
demic w ill prevail as a result. William
A. Bagley was a highly respected citizen
of Lake county, a man of high honor
and good heart, lie was at one time
considered wealthy. He leaves a wife
and family and numerous fiitiids to
njourn his death.
" El Comandante I" Who is it w hat
is it? Lovers of a good smoke will never
ask that question, for they know. "Kl
Co ni a ml a lite." is the pure weed that has
made Post & King's cigar department
famous. Ask once for an "El Coinan
dante" and you will call for it always.
On sale only at Post ct King's, Lake
view. 24 8m
New 0rder5 In Regard ta
Delivery of the flails,
in Rural Districts.
Now that the new mail contracts will
soon be in effect, July 1st, and a new
order from tbe department regarding
raral delivery will be in vogue, it will
be in order to give a brief account of the
duties of mail carriers nnder the new.
Any person who, living remote from
town or country postoffice, who deirea
his mail deposited at a given point on
the line of the route by the carrier on
said route may provide and erect a suit
able box or crane on the roadside, loca
ted in such a manner as to be reached
as conveniently as practicable by the
mail carrier without dismounting from
the vehicle or horse, and such person
shall file with tbe postmaster at the
postoffice to which bis mail is addressed
a request in writing for the delivery of
his mail to the carrier on the route tor
deposit at tbe designated point, at the
risk of the addressee (the one who ia
addressed). The carrier on each route
will also be require, to hang small bags
or satchels containing mail on cianes or
posts that may be erected along the
route, if preferred to boxes. The btnall
bag or satchel must be provided by tbe
person for whose use it is intended
without expense to the Department.
Tbe intentior of the new ord-r is that
the party receiving mail aong the route
shall receive same without cost, and
that the party in turn provide his own
box, or satchel, and crane, at his own
It shall be the duty of the postmaster
upon a written order from any person
living on or near the star route, to de
liver to the proper mail carrier lor that
route any mail matter placing in their
respective satchels, w here such are used,
the mail for the persons to whom sucb
satchels belong with instructions as to
the proper mail box or crane at which
said mail matter shall be deposited;,
but registered mail shall not be so de
livered unless expressly requested by
I the addressee in his w ritten order. Jo
mail matter so delivered by a carrier
shall be carried past another petofiice
on the route before being deposited
into a mail box or bung on a crane or
The carrier on tbe star route will be
required to receive from any postmaster
ou the route any mail matter or private
mail satchel that may be intrusted to
him, outside of the usual mail bag, and
shall carry such mail matter to and de
Iosit it iuto the proper mail box or
hang it on the proper mail crane placed
on the line of the route for this purpose ;
such service by the carrier to be with
out charge to the addrcsttes.
The person providing either box or
satchel should see that it is of sucb
character as to afford ample protection-,
to his mail. If there is a lock attached
to the box, a key is not to be held by the
carrier, as he is expected to depot-it the
mail without the necessity of unlocking
The carrier is not required to collect
mail from the boxes, but there is no
objections to his doing so if it does not
interfere with his making the schedule .
time. T!.e law provides that every
carrier of tbe mail shall receive any
mail matter presented to him if proper
ly prepaid by stamps, and deliver the
same for mailing at the next pnstottice
at which he arrives, but that no feea.
shall be allowed him therefor.
Relics of a Mighty Battle.
Wade Snyder brought in a pair of fil
lers found near the P ranch, that ka
been looked upon with wonder tjt
number of people during the past w'ist.
The antlers are locked together jtavi r.
they were w hen the mighty monar5e e
the forest died in mortal cooJat.
While hunting one day on the aaeap
range Wade looked down a small ully
and saw tbe antlers. He took tbttu tc
camp, and when he came to Lakeview
last week presented them to Whorion .V.
Smith as a curio. They are handsome
specimens, and can be seen at the Pat
ace. From the appearance of the horns
the deadly battle between the two buck
dates back to only a brief time, as th
hair on the skull is in almost perfect,
.nnrmM .8MAUJIUD .11 .H