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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1904)
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LAKEVIEW.OKF.GON, Jl LV 14. ISO.
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Of New York
CH ARLES V. FAIRBANKS
A tcrritlo wlml ninl ruin tnn
swfpt nvt-r I'nm t ilia I'niinfy l.-ist
wwk iloinji' vry liwiv.v lnin;t;v t it
the wheat crop iiml to city property.
Tlu wt-ntlier ohsorwr rv-port two
Inches of ruin. The Oregon Itnilroml
& Navigation i-onip.-iny' tract were
. wnsiied out untl the trulim hehl at
IVtulletoii. Cellars were flooded ami
the'streeta ami yard were ruineil.
No Ions of life wan reported. The
estimated damn to city property
alone wan $iM.0H). Much of the im
mense wlieat crop of I'liiatillu coun
ty is totally ruined. The damajre to
the wheat crop is hard to estimate,
n8 the extent of the path of the
fttorm is unknown.
The Fourth of July easulties came
up to the standard, several hundred
people were kiiled ami many thous
ands injured Itesidcs the thousands
of dollars worth of property destroy
ed as a result of the glorious Fourth.
Dynamite canes were anions the
most destructive implements, ami
the usual number were killed and
tuaiued ly the explosion of fire
works, runaways and other causes
due to reckless celebrating.
Again this week we received u let
ter from the Secretary of the Oregon
Information Bureau urging the co
operation of the people of Lake
county in the development of the
state, and asking that something be
done here to advertise our county so
that we may secure our share of the
immigration that is sure to come to
Oregon within the next year.
The Kin kead law went into effect
J line 2 which provided that home
steaders could lile on 40 acres of
land in Central and Western Nebras
ka. About seven million acre are
subject to entry under this law In a
section of country where a man can
not make a living on 100 acres. In
fact the laud is good for nothing but
The Deschutes Kclio at liend died a
natural death last week. Some
months ego the Fcho plant burned,
and since the Kcho has been issued
from the Iteview ollice at I'rineville,
jind finally gave up theglumt. I'eace
in its ashes.
It Is stated by men who are in u
Position to predict conditions and
, fires that the bottom of the Iwcf
i dues is reai lu ll and better prices
h ive already been assured.
The stockmen of the Pacific North
west have organized an association
. i. d contemplate establishing an in-
. I vudent packing house in Portland.
For want of a platform of their
ii, the democrats have adopted
..,, similar to that of the republi-
i. urge forest fires have started in
. Blue Mountains and much dam
i, lo timber and feed Is Inevitable.
The Kxamlner has a lot of school
l.i ml for sale cheap.
Kd Crtihtreo started for Lake
county first of the week, where lieex
pevts to sjH'iid the summer. Prlne
D. K. Peimer. the noted piano
tuner who advertised In The Fx
ainlner to be In Lnkevlew, arrived
here last wevk. and Is plying his pro
fession. Mis ckis .S ittis arrived )r from
Uidwell Tuen.iH.v, and will biv a hith
class Kivital at the oikt hiume Saturday
evening Slie ill le unlisted by local
(leo. Winklemnn, the Summer
Lake sheepman was in Iikevlew
last Friday and Saturday. He
came down after lime with which to
dip lii- sheep.
Mr. Kennedy ami family have gone
to Paisley to !ih and camp out for
a few weeks for the lienctit of Mr.
Kennedy's lieult h. Annie Tonnlng
scn accompanied them.
S. V. Kchait is painting and lay
ing water pipe and exjK'cts soon to
have the water system completed.
L ikeview will then !e well supplied
with water for all necessary use.
A sficcial meet iim lis U-en hIUiI
Solace circle N. 374. V. (. V., lor Fri
day, July 13th, UW4, HtSoYUk, p.m.
All member are requeued lo at lei. d
Ity order of the i. N., I Fmlmdh. clerk
Parties have Isen Investigating
the bind about the Fossil Lake, or
near the reserve recent ly created
northeast of Silver Lake, with a
view to locating homesteads.
A party of lish commissioners from
Stanford I'niversity are making a
tour of Southeastern Oregon gather
ing statistics. IIV will give a full
account of their work next week. ,
Another county treasurer hascoin
mitted suicide. The treasurer of
Moio county who also owns a
store In Ileppner, shot himself last
week. No motive for the rash deed
yin Session!', a graduate of ciioinock's
School of Oratory, North etern I'ni
versity, Kvanston, Illinois, will ive a
K.iiul at Rarry's opera house on Satnr
day evening. July IBth. Ikxjrs open at
8 o'clock. Adinisaion, adulu ,35 cent,
children 20 cents. 2S
J. J. Monroe, the Adel merchant
was doing business in Lakevlew
Monduv. Mr. Monroe says they
have had plenty of moisture in War
ner this summer to make crops of all
kinds grow. They have been dam
aged .a little by frosts.
Dr. D. T. Summervllle will Is- in
Lnkevlew July 23-24, will hold
(juarterly conference at Pine Creek
Saturday July 23 at 2 p. m. I'reacli
l ig there at S p. in. He will preach
Sunday morning, July 24, at llethel
IsjIow Pine Creek and at Lakevlew,
Sunday evening at H.
F. K. Harris returned from Made
line Monday accompanied by his
wife who has lieen in San Francisco
for medical treatment. Mrs. Harris
is greatly Improved in health. Will
Heryford and wife stopped at Davis
Creek for a few days' visit with Mrs.
Hereford's folks. They arrived
L. A. Moss ami son Stephen, and
Itlcli. Sherlock Jr. all of Paisley,
came down from there Sunday, re
turning Tuesday. Mr. Moss came
after miudiluery for haying. He
says haying has commenced there,
and good crops will lt harvested.
At the present time hay hands are
plentiful. Several strangers have
been eainied near Paisley for several
weeks waiting fo,r. haying to com
mence. Treasurer! fotlcp
Notice ia hereby given that there are
funJs in my handa to pay all outstand
ing warrants protested prior to and in
eluding May 5, 1903. And interest will
cease after this date.
July 14, 1904.
F. O. Ahhftrom,
by Djputy, K. e. AhlHtrom
I R1NTINV. IS AN ART IN
j which Til IC IiXAMlNFK vx-
cells. YY have nil the Into
stylos in typo nml keep in
stock a Inie nssortincnt of hijji
jjrule stationery so that there is
no tlelay in executing a larjje order.
Our prices will he found toeompnrc
favorably with other prices.
LATEST LAND AM) STOCK NEWS
EKHir PA0E5 LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
USTABLISMHO IN I8.
A. Y. Peach i.turued ft i his
jaunt Monday nioii.lng. Mr. I leach
took an extensive trip, tlrst going to
Astoria In May, and from then' he
went to San Francisco and visited
several other places In California,
ll.i reports a tine trip and shows to
be much beuellted by his travels.
He's so fat and corpulent you would
hardly know him.
Last Sunday t lis family of the late
F.. L. Oreeu. formerly of Paisley,
passed through l.ukeie, oil their
return to Paisley after all absence of
about a year for the beiielll of Mr.
(ireen's health. The tamlly hud
started to return to Paisley when
Mr. lireeti was taken sick and died,,
and the wife ami live children finish
ed the lonely j mrney without Mm.
John Duckworth and Miss Mabel
Young were married at Pine Creek'
last Saturday, and returned to Lase-;
view where' they will reside. Miss
Young has been living with the fam
ily of Harry Palley for some time, j
Her former home wasat Davis Creek.
The F.xuininer Joins the many friends
of the happy couple In wishing them
a long life of happiness and pros-iM-rlty.
Hiram Ylllard. a Yalaav gentle
man came into this ollice last Thurs
day while the papers were Is'lng
brintcd, and proved the Intelligence
of the Yalnax Indians by picking up
a paper and after reading it said,
j "preity good paM-r. I want, to take
it or a year." and paid oxer his
anil watched with lilide. his
name Is-ing place I on the subscrip
Mrs. Kvahma Aldrldge of Pine
('reek was received at the Salem
Asylum on the 7th. Her case Is of
an extremely violent nature. The
unfortunate woman has suffered for
the past two years and finally her
nervous system was completely
wrecked from long suffering. Mrs.
Mary S. Agren of Clatsop county
was received at the Asylum thesume
At Spokane, Wash., Mrs. Frank
Wade was struck by lightning on
the Mil of July. The Wade family
had Ix-eii to Crab Creek, about a mile
from their home and when they re
turned Mrs. Wade got out of the rig
to open a gate In a wire fem e. She
was struck by lightning and fell to
her knees, when she arose, walked
about three steps and fell dead. De
ceased leaves three small children.
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! FOR ST, LOUIS Z WORLD'S FAIR!
WILL YOU BH THEWS?
Nature's Art (jalleiy t-t tl-.e .kie. inr
awW addition to the attractions of 5t Louis.
This can only be done hy Koinj; or returning
via the "SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD."
I.mi'1 offlno at Lnkevlew, Orcitou, .Mine II,
lftil. notice U hereby iflven tht llio foilowins
parociJ KLUlet h Oled ootlco of his Intention
lo mK6 Bnuf i.rK.llniiu.portof hUclsiin.siid
tliHt lil pnsif will bo nide ts.luri Ki tn J.t.
low. U. 8. CominiiwUinerstbUompii at Iiuo.
OrtK'm, on July si, 1SW, ylsi Hsiiuml Hsll,
Hd. Kuiry So. 2151. lor tlie Ixil 2, Sec . T J H
See :U, T 88 S., K. Hi H. W. M. Ilu USiiws tliu
lollowlnn witneiwi lu prove his continuous
renldeiH'O uiKn u cultl vntion of stl Und
ylz: M. M. iJiian, Hotx rt Dosu, Ksn Dlenbugu
smi K. Van JHsreti, all of lwnlii, OroKon.
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