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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1903)
LAKfc M UXAMINGR, j KfcVlEW, OKliOON, FGD. 8, lXM.
LAKEVICVV HUNT CLUB HISTORIC FT. WARNER, j -.wvBaaBranw
(continued from 1ft pnge.)
his middle Huoeeeded In lotting the
mare down gently on tlu opposite
aide, nnd wn off again In n twinkle.
Young Mr. Metlrnth wont lown nt n
treneheronii badger hole. his little
twiy horse turning n complete somor
wuilt. Her rliler dexterously rolled
out of her way niul wan mounted
Again N-fore she got up. Kev.
HmytheVIjikevlew" HtepjH'd In the
mime hole, but the horse did not go
down. He barely misled Juinplngon
the fallen horse. The pace net by the
little "Arabian" wiw terrible and
many a stout heart faltered at her
leading, and dispalnd of Iteing in at
tin death. At this Juncture there
whs a noise as i.f a rushing mighty
wind. Those of the company who
had teen raised on the prairie fear
ed a blixiard. On looking 'round
the onhokers U'held a roan and yel
low streak going by. Everyone
rrled, "it Is the good horse 'McCarthy
Come Down.'" The yellow "chaps"
of Mr. Lee Ueull waring In the wind.
How steadily he ride, determina
tion In every line of his strong huw.
"He Is determined to catch the little
Arabian mnre" everyone cried.
Mr. Uenll knew the "Mastcr-of-hounds"
too well. He knew that
when intoxicated with the chase he
would never stop until something
died. The "Masters" wife was fran
tic with fear. At the iminent rink
of his nock, with possible death at
every stride Mr. Ilea 11 took a danger
ous short cut and captured the little
mare with his riata. This proceed
ing hail lieoomo necessary as her dar
ing rider rather than impede her
progress had tightly gralied her
mane, leaving the intelligent animal
to run without lines at her will.
The chase led to the X L ranch,
mid as hunting is forbidden on that
ranch the ' Master-of-hounds" called
off the dogs and gave up the chase.
Sorry we lost him. Everything was
done that could le done. Xo one is
to bliime except, erhapH, the medi
cine for the disjK'psia that all par
took of freely.
The cluli will hunt ".regularly this
winter and good times are expected.
(eon tinned from 1st page.)
w placed In action. It was not a
military engagement or nt order of
inarch. The place wan surrounded
with lavnrockM, In fact the whole face
of the earth was. covered with them.
The general selected the narrowest
point across the lake and ordered
men to bring rook to the shore at
this place. The carts and wagons
In-longing to tliecomniand were also
brought Intorequlsltlon. They were
loaded with rock to their full capaci
ty and were then backed up to the
lake and the rocks dumped Into tlte
water. This was kept up until a
foundation was made and a till was
started dlnvtly across the lake.
Men wore placed on the till as it
proceeded to keep the rock straight
and to see that they were proerly
placed. and inn few weeks the tnmomt
rook road across l ake Warner was
completed. It is still there, and
farmer) occasionally cross the lake
tin it, though by its own weight all
of theseyears It has sunk a few Inches
beneath the surface of the water.
Crook crossed over with his com
mand, built the fort w here t lie gov
ernment had ordered It, ami within
a few years brought the Snake In
dian war to a close.
Paul Deljiney In 1 'or t laud Unity
To Those Who Arc Not
Wo have Iktu very forviMy reminded of tlio npnlliiijj faet that
we are cttinj older. This, of itself, has eaused no loss of sleep
but it makes ns sad to contemplate each setting sun and realize
that we have added nothing to your happiness nor reaped the
enjoyment ol your closer acquaintance. We have made semi
spasmodic overtures for your trade in
but nothing tangible and truly satisfying has come of it, and
we have concluded that you don't fully arprcciate the amount
of pleasure contained in our output and our unhampered ability
to make things generally agreeable for you.
Come, now, drop in and see us and let us know each other.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL.
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t'liiu d stair I ami oftlct nl I akcuhM Or.'Kmi
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January. 2:1. I'M.
Nntlo-la ht-rrliv i Io n lht hi - tn .l 1 ti
w iili lln rnvNnit nf t!ie art nl ' oiii;tv. nl
.1 line ;l. 17. entitled "an ai l (it tin- ! nl
titular lands In tin- Si'i-a nl t alifnriila. ore
(nil. Nevada, ami hi W asfiitivtiui I i-mimy"
an llciuli'd to all I he 1'ul'llc Ian. I lai l
ai-t nf Annual 4. I I lit- lnlii.u i in; htmiii. hav.
llli il In tin otlu-e tin Ir nwnrii mi iil, In-
ii m. miiii'uv
o( fl'latlil. county i'l fall Hcrnurdlnn. male nf
I alilnruia, om .laiiitci.i . i.i.u inr tlie
A historic Bell.
The it- is a lx-ll at Washington
whose history dates back to the very
lieginning of modern civilization on
this continent, sa.vs the I'ittsiiurg
Iiis'iatch. It is a trilling affair as
regards size, its dimentions lieing
only SxO'j inches; yet Its notes sound
ed to cull the great discoverer, Co
lumbus, to prayer and hc raced wor
ship. It was brought from Spain in
Deceinlior, 4'-:!, and set up in uehurch
at San Domingo. It was the sjiccial
gift of King rerdinanil, and lieurs
the initial of his name r'l-") In old
liothic characters upon its surf act!
When La Vena, the new City of the
riniiis, was founded, church and Im-11
were bodily removed to it. There its
notes smote upon the air to summon
the tartly Siauiards to mass, and
served, how froiptcnt l.v none can tell,
to real to the minds of the venture
some explorers memories of their
sunny homeland located far away
across the sea.
i Iiuiixiautr Nc)
Theiv is coining occasionally to
thisothco the I.akeview ( On-. ) Kx
aniiner, a newspniier which attained
its tweiity-fdiirt li volnnin the Mil
instant. This is a good weekly pa
lter and the community si-ems to ap
preciate the efforts made by the pub
lishers to make it worthy of their
support. Though one hundred miles " ' w ' N " 1 '
inlan l. thispaH-r gets a print, fre- K . , n ,'1 . 'A! Vlf i to.. ...... ..i
Muently illustrated with half tones. :;,l;:iw;;":T,,.,,:rI11,,',;
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(iwrit.- W. Itllllnit
f t'l.land, ( (ill lily nl sail lli rnarilimi, mail' i(
t'alilornla, aworn it'nn-iil. No I '.72 Inr On-pur-baM-
u( On- N H. 4 T :v H, K li. K V M.
WihMi.l.l S. HIlllllK
of t'iilan-1 rontit of Snii ItiTiianlltiK. Stalo nf
California, M nrn klatf mi-n . No 1 Oil for tin
iniriliaiH- of Hi.- S K NK i4. SK ., XW ami
XK i4 sV i,, s.i- 2i.T :i7 s.. II lit F. ' M.
Thai lhi- lll nfft r .riMii m kIihw ih.il tin
laml aniight U more valualiie for h thnlMT or
hloiH- than for am K-iillural i-iii . h. ami In i n
lahllah Ih.-lr rlallll to i-alil Uml l Inr- .1. ".
lluniak..r. I'. S. I oiiiiiiiinin r hi Klatnaih
rail. Ori'Knli. on FrMa . Hi" '-''I 'lay nl May
Tln-y iiHini- an w lltii'-.- : i arrtt- Hniirh.-r. of
, ...,. Si'UMli., V. a-hll'lf toll. .M.-ni'li-r 1 1 1 1 ami
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.Xliilri-w sallHl.urn, nf J t r rk Mi rilki'. Villlii wt.i.
owi n T. M Ki tnln-i-, of . i... or. umi ami Ada
M. lilllhiK. Klla M. Hiliin.--. i. ..rif. . lul
I huh .ui.l W iiili.'hl lllllii,.--. it I plaml. I'alllnr
Any ami all i rmi r'aiii.inir mln r I v tin-alMivi-
.i itiIm-m laml. ar- r-.ii--i- il In HI--I
hi'ir . lai m in th m nlTI. -hi ir l.i-Inri- miiI 22ml
llaV nf NV l''l.
" Ian. rj I H. M. HI! VIT 41V !: kisO r
that would do credit to many of the
city (?) papers reaching the News.
On th night of Jan. 28, from the
Soiilhi-rn Slaise Co'h liarii, in I.akeview,
a Iihv mare, neilit about ll."0, blind in
the left eye, hue clieen on himi feet Hinl
tall done up hen iHft feen. .A liberal
reward fur her letum t Dick Wilcox
o 5t H. K. Hakkkk
See Me !
In a few vears whit
grace the American dinner table or
the Italian's fruit wagon. One of
tlie explorers of tlie nuriculturnl de
partment discovered this freak of
nature in his rambles along the
shores of the Mediterranean some
months ago and brought some cut
tings from the tree to the I'nited
States. These were can-fully grafted
to an ordinary stock at the depart
ment grounds, and an now throe
feet high. A cutting of this plant
was sent to Santa Ana, Calif., to Is-
tried in that climate. A couple of j
years will see the first fruit. If It I
proTes of fine flavor, cuttings will be I
widely scattered, and in time the
white orange may be as plentiful as
the si-edless orange.
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Lett 82 Decendents.
Joint Mitchell, who recently died
tit. his home on Heaver Crock, In lien
ton County, at the ripe age of 87
years, left 2 descendant. The d.
censed says the Corvallis Times, was
born in Dundee, Forfarshire, Scot
land, May L'l, l."i. He came to
America in 1M', and was married to
Mary MotJregor, Octolier T2, 1M7, in
Kant Brooklyn, N. Y. To them 11
children were born, four of whom
preceded the father to the grave.
The wife, seven children, 1 grand
children and 11 gnat-grandchildren
mourn the loss of (irundpu Mitchell.
Tl .TI HF.lt I. UI) MITK K.
I'tiit' il Hut' s I.8I11I Orfli c at l.akf vii v On-noii.
Jhinmry 2;l, I .:
Nntifif 1 licn-bv ulvi-n thai in . nin 1ihii.'i
Miih thi' pro Iiihiiih of Tk ai t of Conri'SM of
lulu- :i, 1S7 i niilli'l "An ad fur tin; khIi- of
liiiih.. r lanilK In Hit-iali of I allhiriiia, On K
1111, .V. aila ami in W arliiiitnii Territory" a
1 t 11.I11I to all t mi I'll hiii' l.aml stati-a hy act
of AuKni-t I, l!2, the fnllimiiiK ) rMiiiw hav"
III. '1 in tliihuffii'H their aworn xiMli iiientii towit :
Al. xuinii r U lulu,
of I'hi'tialiH, en 1111 1 y of 1-win, atate of Wanhlnt'
toii, HMorn Hruieiiniiit Xo l.8 for tlei iiiirchan
of the W of K'2 s.rc et, 1p HI W, It It; , W M.
I.eriruile V. Vlilt,
of t'ti chal 1 a , couniy 01 lwia. Biati' of WaahiiiK
U111, fcworii ntatt-nit-nt No 1H;9 lor this pnrehaHX
ol the HK hti St4 tK! nud tit'i KKU.
2, Ti 11 K Hi K, W M.
arrlo K. Bouelier,
of Ta Nini'U'rnlli Ave, Si aitie, county of Klnir.
Matt- ol Vanliingtoii, aworn ulatfiiiii'iit No l.uai
for the pur. ham-nl the N'., NW'4imI Vi .. NK4
Sec2Tij a7 H, It 16 K, W M.
of Krci ki'iiilrlilKc couniy of Wilkin, alatc of
Minneaota, nwnru tatement No l.iTa for the
i.iin haae of the W KW U, HK 1 Stt' U and
ftW (4 sK 14 her H,, A. Hi K, W. M.
That they will offer proof to t-how that the
land MiiiKht U more valuable for ita limtier or
tone than for aKricnltiiral iiiriioii'ii and to cb
taljiiii their claim to tali! laud hefore J. O.
liamaker, lT. s. CniiiuiiMiiiiiiier at Klauialh
Fall, Orexop, nil -uliir'lny the aid day of .May
They name wltni'"e: WinAeldH. IlilllnK.
Ada M. Iiillin. Kiia H. IlillliiKa, and Oeorxe
W. MilliiiKa, of Ciilaoil, California, Carrie It.
It is Very Hard to Get
A Suit that Suits and Fits . .
rtByjmj, "laviimi mm l.wa, jmiww. if mw.i twrvpairnrMrm?rmirTu.
AMLSTKOM BROS, have had
the Experience in taking meas
ures and have a house that can
make clothes to fit and suit.
500 Samples are now on Display
At - The - Monogram
For the Spring and Summer Clothing.
Every Article Guaranteed.
Houcher. of Healtli;. WaabliiKiun, Oertrude V
While and Alt 1 a rider While, ol (hcuatia,
Wanhl'iKlon, Andrew Saimhurn, of Hreckin
rl'lKe, MiuuiKiita, Oweii T, MeKeudiee ol Oleic
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
alHiVc-deacrihrd land ant r. iiu.-hte.l to tile
their i laluia in thia ot'lco on or iM'fore aald S3. 1
day of May, l'Joa.
Jan W-4 E. M. lilt ATTAIN, Ucg-Mcr.