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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1904)
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LAKEVIKW, IjAKK COUNTV, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 11,1901.
chinery mid the other for weighing
jS LO(j wl"'at n 11 ft'1' iuU the rollers,
so that t he t xact amount of wheat
' each hour can 1st known. Mnrnea &
5tte Line Town I (irowlnjr Rap- . . ., , , , , .
" r , Key nobis are llnlshlng up the grind
Idly Hany New Building of , ,,(Ht ,.,.,.- l.rol
Are llclng Completed,
Keller llniiriiilll by time pleasant
It was probably no surprise I ' y,.,,, ,,., UI- ,,k 1Illlu.rf Mr ,.
(In. N..... of New Hi... Cmk lt ; IM(.r(1,y Mr. Keller Ima a good mill.
Friday evenln to see The Examiner ;,, r,.n,,y ,,ut , ww mn.
man and family drive up to Kde'a (.,1.ry nI1(, ,,,rmvn HWJiy ,,, nm,
Hotel. Hut on il. other Land j IMlt.of(lU. Mr. Kl.ler only n
the surprise wan HI"y'wrllH.!ft.XvdayiKon turiM'd from the St.
for not having visited th Half line j IouU mlrt w,im, ,,,, ,.,,,.,,.
town for three years, many changes , of mH.u , itc.iiriulllM. much to
had occurred which made (lie town
loom up U-youd ull exH-rtntlona.
.Many new hulldlnge have none up In
that time and several othent In
course of construction. The hotel
has la-en enlarged to meet tho grow
ing demand for a largo aud commo
dious hostelry, and now Mr. Edo la
contemplating nil udditioti to It Im
livery stable. - Wuu IHurton ulna
ipwt built a large atablo and will noon
Ikj rt'iuly to Nliaro tho linnicnae trade.
We cannot enumerate t ho many new
buildings tliat liavo la-en completed.
I here, tm t thH that ImvelMH'n enact
ed uiOMt recently are Mm. Mary
.Miller, Walter Mutter, I-enter Venmu
and one other, nil dwelling. The
town now HiipportM thre htoreM.
Tlie general inerclui inline Mtore of
I'ieiiiliu; MroH. which hio every np
IK'arauce of a flrHt-ctaHM eNtalilUh
nieut in even a city of Hevvral thotm
aud tiihaldtanti, and an nluioMt eon
Mtunt Htrcam of ctiHtomerit pouring
in and out. Two clcrkx lire kept
pretty lumy. Kleinltia; I iron, nlno
have tlie poNt tilllet. Then there Im
the druji utore owned ty Mtm. (Jlb
hluM, conducted liy J. W. (JIIiIiIiih, a
pleaMatit pMitleman who alno nctM
oa telegnipli operator. Mr. (ilbblua ' imiflcul talent of aiicrlor mconi
keepa on hand a atM?k of flnecaudlea. I plinhment. At tho hotel aeveral
lie attemla to tlie bicycle and watch young ladlea gathered laat .Saturday
n-puirlug at odd tlmea, mm a aide
Mra. A. Amlck conducta a mer
'haudiae atore, which makea the
The clink, clink, clink of the black. J
aiiiltha hammer enn tie heard from
itornlmr llll tilirlit at I he Iteedcr &
I'.arbarlck ahop, wliero two Jolly
good fellowa with hammer a ml tonga
keep t ime with tho progreaa ot tlie
town. Public aplrltcd and energetic
are Meaara Keedor & Kurburlck, and
they wlali to keep up with tho world.
On entering the hotel olllce room
you nre met by the plcualug couu
tenance of S. (inllagher, razor In
hand ready to prune your wlilHkera.
Pino Crco6 liaa never lK?fro felt the
urgent need of a barta.'r, but Mr.
(lallaglicr haa awn tho need aud
h up pi lea It.
Tho town liaa grown until within
tho paat few lnontlia ita population
demamlcd a phyalclan, and Juat at
tho right time, tliu right man atep
ped to the uaNlatanee. Dr. M. C.
Illldebraud, whoao card appi'ara
tlila win k on our 4tli page, with hla
family bought a nice liomennd locat
ed permanently. I'r. Illldebrand U
an eminent phyalclan and la building
up a good practice, and hla popular
ity In that neighborhood inaurealilm
We visited tlto llounnllla ot Marnea
& Kcyuold and were alio wu through
tlto eatabllaluuent, and wero pleaaod
to noto that tliCHO goutlcnion wore
keeping up with tho world In the
way of new machinery. In thia mill
are two new up-to-dato uppliancea
that when once put In hho could
hardly Ih dispensed with. One Is for
, registering tho speed of the ma
j We were (, ushered through the ;
IiIm advanliiKC. He Iiom 24.000 poutidM
of flour on hand now and flnhdicd
I'iiie Cnck linn not teti IlKhted
with electricity for the reaMon that
the llKlit plant wno not proierly
eiulied to furnlMli HkIiU for there
and Lakevlew both. Mcnnr An
thony &, Keller, owner of tho lllit
plant, which Im located about 3
ml leu up tlie canyon from town,
have JiiMt received ttio proper ma
chinery aud the town In mired and
will Ikj lighted Moon.
Pine Creek la not without It auge; j
. t t . m i. .
founder-of the town. Mr. Vinyard,
iinrt ih t.. i . i iLiiiifJii. cine in i in i
an oll n-aldent, ('apt. Folic tt and J
L. Cannon, who are well aware of,HO,h ,mve xvr hl"h nutliority
fill. . k , . . m o . t...l...M .....I.I
tlie fact that without them the town
wonl.l hmelv. ,,.,.1 ,.,,t h. . ,1(.P
time telling their good old Joke ami
enchanting the lM'ople wltn their
ScH'lal gatherluga are frequent
their, ami at tlieae more young
folk a can la accn than one would be
lieve the ton contained, nil merry
aud In for a good time.
One fact in uat not ! overlooked,
and that la, Pine Creek hna aome
evening and we lUtencd and kept
at III while awect atrnlna of iiiuhIc
wafted from tho piano.
New Pine Creek lias no aaloon, a
fact tlie iH'oplo are well proud of.
They do not want one an have
guarded agalnat la'lng linpoaed
vme raniiob ihtoiho iih.;hiuuijt
acquainted with tho town and feel
tho effect of tlio motive power which
keepa It moving on without flrat get
ting on tho right side of A. K. Follett.
Pete anya "why, auro" to every
propoaltlon to promote and surge
ahead, and einphntlcally "no" to
that which mtvora of lethargy.
Cattle Alust lie Inspected.
Loula (lerbor arrived yesterday
from Montague, from where he ship
ped 20 cars of sheep to Sacramento.
Tho U. S. Inspector told Mr. (lerber
to Inform all cattle owners who
might want to ship their cattle to
market that tho Muivau ot Animal
Industry, V. S. Department of Agri
culture liavo lMHuedan order which la
now In effect that no railroad niuat
accept atock iM'foro It haa been in
spected by tlio 1'nited States veteri
nary. Cattle are Inspected for mango
tlcka and other contagious diseases.
If they should bo found to bo mangy
or tlcky, tho cattle will have to be
dipped in crude oil. Tho Inspector,
Mr. Hutchinson, said they did not
want to work any unnecessary
hardship on tlio cattlo growers, but
warned them asaoonas they started
or beforo, to write to Col. Geo. Hie
kox, Salt Lake City, Utah, who la In
charge of tlio work, and ho will send
a deputy to examlno tho stock.
Klamath Falls Express.
Pretty Woman Who Relented her
Picture Being Used In Adver
tisement Gets Lven.
t I.I II i . f A fc' I
era t If presidential i candidate, in
which Nhe cleverly yiniM the table
on the latter. The 'woman wa
denied, In a written opinion by
Judge l'arker of the Court of Appeal
recently, a restraining order against
a manufacturing concern for the un
authorized umo of her picture as an
advertisement. Now ahe aoya a he
hna read in tlie ncwapapcra, alnce
Judge 1'arker'a nomination for prea
ident, that Mr. Parker linn been
compiled by tlie ulilultouM photi
grapher, to leave ' home, and that
the judge U o,uoteJ as aaylng: "I
remTve the rlglit t j put my handa In
my pocket a and naautno comfortable
attltudea without being everlaatlng-
J ly afraid that I ahall be anapped by
! aome fellow with tlie camera.
"I take thia opportunity to remind
p'ou t,,at ou ,mv? r,ht that
- - ' i
which you aaaert," aald MImh Uolter-'
for my atatemeut, being nothing leaa
uian a ueciaioii oi u.e iourt oi Ap.
jK-als ot thia atate wherein 3011 wrote
the prevailing opluloj. .Tlo action
was one in which I win tlie plaintiff.
UTKM KA' Ta IN THK C ASK.
"You may recollect that tho facta
In that ciimc were admitted that the
defendants without my knowledge
or consent and kuowlug that they
had 110 right or authority to do so,
had secured ni3 photograph and
having caused It to be enlarged and
lithographed to life size, had circula
ted coplea thereof aa uu advertise
ment, that such use of my likeness
caused my illness, and that I desired
an injunction against the defendants
restraining the further use thereof.
"The special term held that I was
entitled to relief. The appellate di
vision of the fourth department
unanimously aflirmed that decision
and upon the upH.al to the Court of
Appeals this latter court was divid
ed, three of tlie Judges deciding with
you that tlio facts admitted furnish
ed no ground for relief, aud three dis
senting. You referred to my action
as a so called right of prlvucy and
admitted that such publicity, which
aome find agreeable, Is to the plain
tiff very distasteful aud that I suf
fered mental distress when othera
would have appreciated tho compli
ment to their lwuuty, and In an
opinion 10 pages long you reach the
conclualou that I had 110 rights that
could Imj protected by your tribunal.
"To bo perfectly fnlr to you, I
ought to say you expressly excepted
from the effect of your decision any
publication under similar circum
stances which was In
"It necessarily follows, therefore,
when you now say that 3011 reserve
tho right not to bo photographed
with your handu in 3our pockets or
in other comfortable attitudes,
either that you are asserting a right
for yourself and your funilli which
3ou uro unwilling to accord to lit
igants beforo your court, or else that
there is something In the attitude
suggested of such nature that a re
production of It with a photographic
exactness would be necessarily libel-
rt.anan i.ooe-Moi., ...i..m nii.er t.rnM. They re acting atrktly with
Y., has written niiop.'11und rnuatje j , lt. rii(hM Tt.rvt.tl tlmn hy
letter to Judge Parker, the dcmo-'yjr ttt.sin.
ohm, 1 1 M not Apparent (tow your
likeness in the attitude suggested
eouM lie IIU-lous, itt leant am long ah
you kept your hand In your -.Kxk-eta.
'If you will reread your own
opinion you will discover that you
laid very clearly tho opinion (hat
you had no Online of complaint
, ngalriHt these gentlemen w ith cato-
New Afv' Thia Week.
Again th( week we are niHlied
with new advertUIng contract, and
following hmt weeka run of nine new
adv'a, thh week ahowa unotl.er
record breaker f eight more with
good proapecta; and. In foct-prom-laea
of othera within two weeka.
This week we have to record the
large adv. ot Flenimlng Broa.. Gen
eral Merchants ot New Pine Creek,
whoae bualneaa has grown to such
proportlona that It rank a with the
beat In tbe county, and tlieae gentle
men have watched other bualneaaea
grow from conatant odvertlaing and
do not Intend to- Iw left in the rear
with tboae who do not advertiae.
E. S. Ede, proprietor of tlie hotel
! t Pine Creek, who ha recently en
, larged hla hotel, acn-a tlgood in ad-
vertlalng nod hla ulv. appears thia
Tho (Jlbbln drug atore, where the
o.--u...o,-.c.Kr Buouer. aim
notions can ls found are before the
public with a neat adv.
JUHHier : Jiuri-arUK ure among
the public spirited men of Pine Creek
who realize that if a business thrives
It must toot Its horn.
Dr. M. C Illldebrand, the Pine
Creek phyalclun, who carries his
stock of drug haa placed his card
In The Examiner calling attention
to the fact.
Also the new barber at Hotel Ede
has aunouueed his intentions to the
public through an advertisement in
A. E. Follet, the painter and pa
per hanger carries an adv. in our
Lightning- Bolt Proves Fatal.
J. II. Grant was struck by a bolt
of lightning and instantly killed in
the door yard of his home at Lamon
ta August 1st about 6:30 o'clock alter
an extremely hot day. In company
with Everett Ingram, Mr. Grant
was returning home with a load of
lumber and had turned the team In
at the gate. Mr. Ingjam Jumped
down from the wagon seat and com
menced to unhitch tho horses when
a blinding flash for a moment dazed
him. -When he looked up again
three of tho horses had been felled to
the ground and running around to
the back ot the wagon be lifted the
llttlo son of Mr. Grant from the
load. The child had crawled up on
tho lumber when he saw his father
come Into the 3nrd but he wus unin
jured by the Hash that killed his
father ony a few feet away from
illm. When Ingram returned to the
wagon ho found Mr. Grant still sit
ting as ho had left him, but life was
extinct, tho bolt haviug struck him
with full force on tho head and shoul
ders. This ottice was presented Monday
morulug with a sample ot Lakevlew
peaches grown at Dick Wilcox's
place. They aro unexcelled, even bj
Itoguo Itlver peaches, In vboth flavor
and beauty, Just such fruit as would
make a record for any county If
placed on exhibit at either tho St.
Louis or Lewis & Clark fair.
Apportionment of School Pund the
Largest Ever Made in the
history of the State.
The largest school fund apportion
ment In the history of the state was
mKle today, when State Treasurer
Moore distributed Among the several
conn tics nearly $210,000. This U an
Increase of nearly $10,000 over last
3'enr, when the total apportion
ment waa $250,011.20. The appor
tionment la made upon a total
school population of 143,720. The
school population laat year was 143,
757, or .VJ00 leaa than tbU year. The
rate of apportionment this year Is
$1.61 per capita, or 1 cent more than
Tbe money apportioned today is
tbe Interest upon the Irreducible
conainon-achool fans, and is distrib
uted among tbe eoauties according
to the nu 111 1st of persons of school
age In each county. Ten years ago
the school population of tbe state
waa 123.7S6, and at that time there
was available for d vstribution $107,
6U3.S2, or 87 cents per capita. I n the
ten 3ears tbe population has Increas
ed 25.000, or about 20 per cent; but
tlie amount disburaed has Increased
over $132,000, orabout 123 per cent.
The apportionment tor Lake coun
ty Is . $1,601.05. and , tbe number ot
children of school age la 995.
Lake is one of the largest counties
In the atate and lias Sewer children of
school age than any county, except
one, that of Wheeler, which has 990.
Although Lake-county schools rank
with the beat public schools In the
state, our population la small.
It is a remarkable fact that while
Lake county receives next to the
lowest apportionment ot any county
in tbe state, she pays her teachers
higher wages by far than any
county except Multnomah and
Harney. Tbe average salary paid
male teachers this year in Lake will
lie $70 per month, aid for female $51.
Multnomah pays the highest, her
male teachers receiving $97 and fe
male $69 per month, while Harney
pays Its male teachers $73.33 and
female $53.50. Jackson pays $60,
Crook $57, Klamath $54.50, Malheur
$62.50, while Lincoln pays only $32.24
for male teachers and $28.95 for fe
Notwithstanding the generally ad
mitted fact that salaries ot school
teachers are too low, the records
show that the average compensa
tion of teachers has Increased 25 per
cent In the last five years. In 1S99
tho average salary ot malo teachers
was $42.96 per month and of female
teachers $34.81 per month. Tho re
ports ot County Superintendents,
Just completed, show that tho
average salary of male teachers
throughout the stato Is now $54.22
per mouth and of female teachers
Al'IM-ICAXTS FOR STATE PAl'lCUS.
Pearl Hall, Ethel Newell and
FOlt COUNTY CtcnTlKICATES.
Misses 11. It. Case, Com Finite,
Lulu Garrett, Orvilla Lembergerand
Mr. E. U. Koblson.
Tho AluuuI County Teachers' In
stitute will probably bo held Sept.
19, 20, 21st, with Prof. Preston V.
Search of Worcester, Mass., as con
ductor. Program of institute work
will appear later.