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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1903)
LAKKVIKW, LAKH COUNTY, OUKUON, THURSDAY, JUNK 11, VM.
A True Story of the Melancholy
Life of a thirteen Ycnr Old
(iirl and Iter Snd finding
"ColllC III MllppIT, LlX.le!"
"I'm going I" J"'" father!"
"lie's already (it I In' liil.li-. dear!"
"lint I'm goliiK " Join ".v
fat In -i!"
Tin' wind wii raulng oii'mIiIc.
Tin- snow n talllllH III mlllllK.
Minding k1i.--1 k. I u In-fore dink
I III' liilIM haystacks were enur
ed several Inches In depth. "I " I low
. f Ki n vet hi I In- hill near -li.v w ere as
W llitf IIM t III' 1 H-ll 1 1 M II I fi 1 K tlllll lllll'l1
I In- lit Iff hlil'tl ll I if I III- ilea. I The
nival, lull pun' 1 1 I'liilil'-'l "I their
Iiiihi- ii" I In- iiuli- lio..k mil twisted
I heir l.ou.Jix. iiml la rye 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - if
-now and Ii I ailifil down m i -anion-i
II fit 1 1 1 1 I I I .i n in !n - Tin- iin ii
Ii, nl ri .mi- ,n In .in Iliiir inlil work,
f r 1 1 I 1 1 1 ii Ihroimh the Himtv, their
n 'i in Inny - ! i: i v ln ,'"l n 'lull,
ut iin I I ii". In ii a " I heir f'-'-i 1. 1'"'- In
i nlilai l wllli I In- fi v-lilv fi i i.i-ii i ll--liii-lit
A bright lire blazed In an old fash
ioned llrcplarc and t he litters of the
large sticks i if wood iiiihIi- ii pop
ping. hI , .If MK in ilnt n they yielded In
Iin- hungry llumi-H that gnawed their
way lulu them. .IuhI through a
dde (lour ii long Inlili' was covered
with iIIhIh-h from which curls of
!l ,, t !(-! Il'l I ll' I lull t llllU-ltfM
lime III contact w ll ll I In' chilling it I r
I hill stole through tin- rrurku Hlnl
oltciilng of tin crude rum ll limine
'I'hi' housew ife nut ill "in- I'llll nf tin'
tnlili- busy pouring nut coffee iiml
li'i ami In r husband hat at I In- other
end, while a row nf much hands huI
on I'll In-r side of tin' lalili- talking
ami helping themselxes to the dishes
that most hII'ihI t hi-li- fancy.
"Didn't you In ii r what I hiiIiI.
LU.ie.'" hIioiMi-iI I ln woman at tin
I it'll I of I hi' lalili- n U'l 1 1 1
There wan mi i response.
Am if told llial something hail khiiv
rmi', rvrly out' aroliml lln- Inlilr
looked up w il h I he It'll tali' express-
Ion on Iim lace. I hi' inotlicr was
first to rise. Sin- ran into I hi' room.
Shi' was Immediately followed by
In-r IiiihIi.'iiiiI ami llii-u came tin' men.
Llle, t he only child of tin' hoiisc
liohl anil tlio pi't of her mother ami
nil of tin' mi'ii, Hiit, In tlio big uriii
rocking chair In front of the bright
fin. Tlu light reflected fully on her
face. So full of llf and vigor it few
minutes In-fore, her checks wt'iv now
pitli! us (loath, her little head ivstod
hack against the chair posts, lu-r
1 1 tubs hung limp uml inotlonli-HH, nil
her vyvH, UMiially ho bright,
now uliu.ed and dull.
What'H Hie matter. Mzlo?"
Hlirleked the mot her.
There wiih no i-enpoiiHe.
"Shake her, 11 roiiMi' her!" Hhouted
me of t hem.
In rcHpoiiM lo thin rolili hainllliii;
mid t he hhoulH of t In imc arouiiil her
the child u.'iM' one look of lulelli-H-ence,
rai.-i'il In r haml fee lily ami
I n ii 11 1 11I In I In- ma ii 1 1.- 1 11 1.1 ri I.
" I ' I : I ' ' - ! I ' J' 'ill 1,1 I 1 il'." sin'
i- hi'-ii I -
a Ii"! I Ii' ii i m
I I O 'll I . I I III ! !
l.'i ' ii i .on i'l I . i 1 1 . i : i 1 1 I . wi-ie
!." ' " 1 1 -1 i i r..-'a iii - ,'e.i . -
p.n I i. ..I . a' I his. All of I he a III i,!i ties
at hand were applied and every
effort made by those unskilled pcr-
MollM to MllVe her life, hut III II few
mliiuli-M mIh drew her hint lireath.
A liii-lit Kill, only l'l yearn old,
mid wit limit any apparent ramie, a
hie of t he men tlx til ti t I'll one of t he
Ix'nl ranch horw-M an Moon iim II wiim
awocrl allied that mIh wiim ilead ami
rodeawa (IiioukIi t )' Mtorm that
iiIrIiI to apprlw the l oroner at the
. I'oiintv Heat 10 uilli-M away of w hat
hud occurred. j
The ranch wan Militated on the
former Mile of an old fort In I'.anlerti
i'i'K"ii. It wiim iMolatt-d far from j
civilization to thlM Mini day. Thej
Moldlern m-ii I Meveral yearn thele
pulllim up ItiillilliiKM, 11 1 1 1 ntr wood'
and raUlim hay for I heir Ihii-m-m, ami
Iih IiIcii I all had mi im i-iimIi iiml run
liiiiK h:ht w llli the IndiaiiM.
I'.ut 1 he raiii'ln-r had alioiil olililt-r ,
alcd nil flUri of lite foriner oci iipa !
lion of the roiiiid. 'rhi re wai i-lill
ollf e Idi-lice, lloWi-XlT. I'jl "11 'lu
ll ill"!' Ii- lien r I he rain ll la him-, lie lira 1 1 1
a uroiip of tall piniM there wiim a
lit t e cetai'tin . Theft-lice had lieen
lorn away, lmt u 1 . 1 1 wooden
h'iiilioaii, painted white, hore
liiBi i int ioiit in iliiu Mack Ii-INtm I' ll
llIU W llO I he "hllellt Mleept-rM Wi le.
where they were horn mid w Inn :
t hey died, and to what company'
t hev In-lniincd. '
liver mIiicc l.lzle came to the place,
which wiim only a year pn-vloiiH, hhc
Mpetit much of ht r time In the little
cemetery. All of the graven won?
kept c lear of rank Krowth by her,
ami one hatl her eniihtatit run She
planted Howi-m upon It and not out
an exerureen at lu head. On a
pretty day, w lieu not ilolui; Iioiimc
work, the child could nlwayn Im-
found at t he cemetery, or near It.
She would nit for hourn U-luath the
tall pliii-N ami listen to the moaning ,
of the wind on the boughs above '
her head. If one of the headboards
happened to fall down she would
prop It up and w ould not let t he i
iiii-ii hi.t utitll one of t hem tivt-tl It
"l,l..ie Just lives In tin-graveyard." j
would say her mother. j
"Utile girls should le more cheer- j
fill." would say the men. and t hey 1
tiled to make her cheerful, but she !
always appeared sad, talked sad,
looked on the sad side of every
thing. The moaning of the wind In the
boughs of the great pines wan In
IM'rfcct harmony with her nature.
There alie found music that wemed
to noothe her nad mm!. They wen
to leave the place next day. Their
lease had explrod, and lint for the
Htorm would have gone nway.
l'rolmbly had It not leen for Uxile'a
death they would have gone any
way. She had stood nt the. window all
day and watched the graves. She
hiiw the snow gradually grow deep
er upon them. She saw the gn'at
lumps of snow and Ice fall from the
trees above. Then she would look
down the narrow road that led
away from the place with a shudder.
Toiuorrow I hev would leave. Who
W ould look after I he one with which
she had spent
ha I i m i one.
iniu'icl. I !,,
down her i l.i i
so much lime'.' l'cr
M.i n, i itiie-i In-r lip.
ll .' " ; r . . ...1 .:
'I . '
I J . ic's
t 1 1 ' i , i i 1 1 In-r in. ii i u r.
I '." ;'. ,ri I. ,id Im , a
, i . I I - I i .'l'l''. ,' Mil
I.ii I i' ! . ''I 'iii- i lu-re v
lillli' ceiiieleiy on I lie
lieen transferred from
to the place a year
before it was
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f .' f t
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DR. LEE DE FOREST, WHOSE WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY SYS
TEM HAS BEEN ADOPTED FOR OUR NAVAL VESSELS.
The Do Korent wh-eletM telegraphy nj-Btein, while differing radically from
UtMiitt'. tn n,iii.1i.iitkni ! Iiniuwl na urn nil ifh,r uln-lffl aVffltpmH. nil h
Hertalan wave thMn'. The IK? Forent
all ahlpa of tua l'nlteJ fttatea navy.
graduatMl fmm Vale ualverKlty with
abandoned. At F. jV'-l l wli fie had
; wimmmI and won tin? eui t of n young;
j w oman w hone pan-nt llvitl near the
, fort. They wen married. A ulrl
baby wan born to them. When nhe
wan '2 yeam old her father wantranH-
ferretl to the Oregon fort, lie tried
to get an honorable discharge from
the service. Hut there wiih no valid,
reason for grant ing his request and :
t he A rmy retained him. He was of a.
dreamy, despondent nature, the last
niaii to hiivt. lufniitii ji suliltiir 1, nt I
once enlisted the term must Ik serv-
ed. He brooded over the absence of
his wife and child until his health
if e way . The surgeon finally an-
noiinced the approach of the end.
The poor fellow begged to see his
w Iff and child.
Cold -hearted Army otllcers often
do kind acts. They often do that
which they an not nvjulred to do
for humanity's sake. A messenger
was sent to the dying man's family.
The wife and thm-year-old baity ar
rived a few Itours before tlie soldier's
death. He knew them.
"I t Is so good to hare you lere$"
he Bald feebly. "It won't le so hard
to go now. Kiss me and tell me yon
will meet me In heaven-," lie said to
"I will!" replied the grlef-strkken
"Tench baby to lie good and to
strive to meet me lu heaven," said
the simple soldier.
"I will!" replied the mother, deeply
"Little one," he said, asthemother
pressed the child's cheek against
d and meet me
I w in:
fi-, lu l !n
. .i i'l.
In .'i i
I l i lt I I lie pl.n
iul I. a I done
gratify the wish of the child.
Tiie thought of leaving it was too
' ' 'mm
T i .
4 4ir t'
eyntcm haa lieen adopted for uae on
The Inventor la a young man who waa
the chum of 'Wi.
much for her tender nature. That
ileal h-lieil neene had rutneil lar li.V.
Her simple exiK-ienee told her that
If t he white MtiliMtaia-e la the bottle
would kill covoteH It would kill
"I will join my father!" nhe had
Thin Is not a story of fiction, but
one of simple truth. l'aul Ie Ijiney
in I'ortland .lournal.
The Vote For Qoddes.
The vote for lioildess still goci
merrily on, ami new candidates con
tinue to enter the race every week.
Mae Snider now leads with M votes,
ami others follow- close ln-hind.
Thcrcan only two more weeks of vot
ing, and the contest will close on
Wednesday, June -4th, nt o'eUn'k.
No more voting will be allowed
after that time. Those who wish
to see t helrcandidate lead, should get
their votes In early. ' i.,
Mae Snider Lakeview SI
Frances Jones Paisley 64
Anna Down Lakeview 5S
Kate Woodcock " 43
Eda Hanlster .Paisley ; 3H
KthelMrKee Lakeview 37
Oenle SueUIng .. i
Myrtle Smith Crooked Creek ,22
Mabel Flke Paisley 17
Ertle Nyswaner Lakeview
Alta Spray Davis Creek
Pete Post lakeview
Essie (Jupton "
Mrs. Jonas Norln Iikeview
Hertha Niekersou "
Ada Woodcock "
li'i't ie Schlagel.
i ., .ii-. ,e l..".'l,
i - l .i
.New Fine Creek
1 .a ke ii-w
V 'id.- .-.u -.':
A'l.i 1 '.urns..,.
Both Branches of Local Woodmen
and Workmen Lodges Partio
' ipated in the Exercises.
I The annual event of decorating
l the graven of deecawd tiietnln-rn of
, the Woodmen of the World Lodge,
which fK-curcM on the firnt Sunday lu
June, wan fittingly obnerved by the
lix-al camp of Lakeview lant Sunday.
: The proci'HHlon wiih formed in front
of the MuHonic hall at 1 o'clock, with
the Lakeview Concert Hand of
piecen. in the lead. Mayor Whlt
worth acted aw ewcort and drum
major. Following the band wa
the uniformed team of Woodmen
under the charge of drill master .Iim
Line; then came the auxiliary
branch of t lie order, the circle, and
lueiuln-rrt of t h order. Coining clone
In-hind w as 1 he A. O. U. W. Lotlge
team dresMi'i! in their sailor cuitn,
and under the direction of John
A virame-t te. Mi-mlM-rM of this order
and the auxiliary branch were the
' next In orlT. Many citizens on foot
and teams followed, making a pro-
cession several lilockn long, and
pn'senting a very attractive and Im
j pn'ssive apiK-arance. The band
played marches on the way out to
, the cemetary, i-iid on arriving there
played the dirge, "Sweet ltest.
I The procession filed through the
i cemetery and the two Ixdge8 formed
,n order around the grave of their
' del-cased brotht? n' nelirhbor
Jhiih-h lv. Snhler, over whom hud
j Jllist letu erected a lieautiful iiiiiiiu-
nient by the W. O. Y Lodjje. An
! American Hag covered the marble
' "haft from view, which was removed
during the unveiling exercises by the
latter order. The program wus lis
tened to by many eople, and was
interesting and impressive.
After the ceremony the A. O.Y. W.
Lodge meruliers halted at the grave,
of their late brother Eve Lewis,
after which tiie procession formed
and man-lied back in order, to the
starting point. When in front of
The Examiner office a halt was call
ed and (ieo. Heed took a picture of
the procession. The day was ex
ceeiliugly warm, and the march was
quite fatigueing for a great jimny,
but In no way was the success of the
Woodmen's annual memorial --day,
marred, and it was indeed a com
5ixten Cent Wool.
Already the disastrous storm that
visited Montana is affecting the wool
market, as the following taken from
the Huntington Herald will show:
"Fifteen cents was offered for one
clip of wool in Boise which was re
fused by the owuer. Owing to the
shortage of the Montana clip, the
dealers are bidding a trifle beyond
what the eastern market warrauts.
It is the general lielief that wool will
reach 1(! cent;' liefoiv the season clos
es." A Big Deal.
It is rumored that the entire
tery ranch in Title Lake Valley, this
count . ci'iup: NIm.lv approximately
.1 a i.
t '..: t t :
i.l- ! .-.'ll sol
i :IV1 In .id of
to a Calli'or-
l. a i ii 1 die.
t !-:-.;!.- i.l
. ' i, i .' I'll'-
i., I slue
i' price paid
:oii is i:i t t
:c i if t he !'. n
I '.-,-:; i II
ard it- c- i'
I for it is j robably not far from this
i ! iigure.