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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1905)
LAKE VIEW, LAKE COUNTY, OKBOON, TlflTu. A . M)V. if, l!K)5.
N NEW ORLEANS.
T)ie prt'Hlilfitt dlints-d upon the
aline li-fort which he wantonpeak,
parted by the Mayor. He waved
tltbHinl to th crowd nml they
forth with redoubled vigor.
ilfUDtf! ' crowd to ki-ep ntlll and
,I1hI tlM'lr attention to the fact
Ltnmny women were caught lu
Vniii nml might In IiiJiiiviI. F.ach
UrraiKr of IiIn evoked a cheer him!
Lvlnic if handkerchief nml par-
L,. mhI Hi' I' th" President tried
, ll.liviT H cll'll t HM1'( . It WHS
-iji.MMitili-. ini'l In' realised tin' lilt II-
eaeh day some new thought In pre
ented to the class atid that the nb
lit pupil fnlU to (f,.t the connection
and a a result Just grope IiIm wav
A parent that ad vine hi child to
take a rink and break Its school
mate's head acta very Indiscreetly to
nay the leant. If the parent taken
the paltm to Investigate he would
find that In the majority of caw he
himself U at fault, for having neg
lected a pnreiitlnl duty.
lletter tench a hoy to Im manly
and to good natutvdly receive ln.y.
Inh pranka, an well an play them and
Hot nuenl every offense wllh the
vilest nml prolaneM epIthetH. I'.o.VM
ml in I re manly hoys and proper home
i ill (i.
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-""" ".' , trnlnliiK miik.-n m.mly l.i.yn.
i!iMir.' i'imii I can my IhU t4 !-J - J
;,.,.! it i- i..-.vii. I he power of; M:t. Hopkini P.sc Away.
; l.ir.iuiM 1" ' to acknowledge ll , .tt. f scv.-l'.il li.,ni lix lul. iwsiitu r-
;.-iiiiw. " cuihl not hi'iir ii Mim. Mary llopkliiM. who lived
i'ii.'.i i.j.i'l'UiKf). ' w llli her husband m the 1 p.
Ml-ov count ryin.n. give me n j Unn corner oil the Went Side of the
an (tireit nppl.no.-). !nlnh, died last 1'rldny night nt .1
Hi I'll. ov countrymen. I ( Ureal ! minutes to ten ocloek. Mm. Hop-
ll'i'iii"' t ikln wan aged .'2 yearn, and has
-Jl.v Mlnw country (tireat up- j Inhmi married to Mart llopklnn live
iu'i, , yearn. She came to Lakevlew only j
l.iiin 'll-' president started tolu'i'W Wcckn before the Hg tirellmt
it, nut l he I n in tilt ii inn applause j destroyed thin town, in May of lie Mi.
,m:v.l I,;- -t'loittn I III all t hut could She had owned Cousidi-rnlilf propir
lt.ui t t ij fi-w of the ."id.imil hu-j ty iti Jcmme, Arizona, aud a lire In
un Mii.-n i'i the Jiiui wti- jfu ' that town destroyed fll.'KU worth 1
.iiii-Hinl lw g iii.I citini-nn, thnl'snll. 1 of lodging house property for her, j
Tlif I'n-id "lit then retired to t he j w hen she came to l,nUcvlew through I
jiiri. pui Im and wan no nearly j i he advice of Mr. IJopMim' first wife!
knfli milt Hat In' wau'ed u rnt. ! w ho wan at Jerome nt the time of i
UiMwvi'lt will return to WnnhliiK- j t he lire, to run the llwpklnn Hoime
nlv u'nti-r. and will lw for four ( here, tint ll wan burned In the fire a
couple of week after he arrived
here, she then married Mr. Jloji
klun and moved with liltu to hln
ranch on the nlanh, where they have
y.1 y ,if t ,
-V ...ji Y--V i
m oft I .JV.A-
7. , t
A - sr an ' ' & ev
a-.s. ..... A-vuy.
tu'rik-lit by Collier'. WmU;.
"YOU COULDN'T COME ANY
j Mr. 8. U. HouHton or Htllnboro,
' WliltiKton county, Itepulilican can
didate for Congrenn In the tint dli
trlct Air.de Lakerlew a visit Monday.
Mr. Hounton Ik making a tour of
the district and did not fall to recotf
nlxe Lake county aa a part of the
dN trlct. He Im not makluif cam
paign Hpeechea, ' but almply getting
acquainted with the jieople. We
have not lieeu honored by a vlnlt
from a Ropulillcnn candidate for
counrcm niuce Thon. TotiRue wua
here junt In-fore he wan elected the
Mr. Houston In a prominent attor-'
ley if tiillnlioro, and lian nu tl-ed
in the courts of Oregon for 20 years,
and U ulno an ex-ntnte Senator. He
vn in the xtate leuiHlature at the
lime Jude l.'uly nnd C. A. Conwcll
( repnwcnted thU district. It makes
1 Lake county feel good for a man who
I Keek their nupport to recognize It a
i h part of hln conntltuency not to be
! overlooked. '
on off I In- Hull uf the L'uln-dSinten,
Arm pn-nldent to lo thin. No
"ulit it Mieamer ride In an nafe an u
oil h u Ift iiiuvluif train, and ho
MfMliehiK out of the country, be j lived happily together "luje. Mm.
ln't all emertfeiiclen frcnu the
l:uner un well an If be were ou a
rata. He will lw conetantly In
wiaiuiilcatlun with the country by
Ball game are the lateet a unine-
Uou the achool-irrouod, tuey
atjr prove a little eipeutilve though
t beu a ball nuare high into the
p ud coinea lu coutact with a
"Mow paue It conu 1.00.
iillwtlou, (leclennlon and conjuura-
llopklnn wan a uieiutaT of the Meth
odint Church and wan a true ('hrln
tlan. Mart llopklnn wm one of the nrnt
eetilera of Lakerlew ud helped to
build up the towu. Hard luck of re
cent year from Are and sicklies In
hi family ban taken e way a lance
portion of bin accumulation Id more
pronjieroun tlmen, however, lit1 baa
a good home.
Mm. Hopklim' only child In a ou,
Wm. KeVuul, living lu Langella vul
ley, who wan nent for Katurdny.
Mary llopklnn' maiden name wan
"miiu alike to the eighth grade
wither lliluk one dellnlt Ion nliould Mary Meadown, and her father and
'W tn each alike. mother live lu Lake county Ciillfor
Tin... I irtl I ll ii-riiil.i ll'..,.. u.,,,i.itt'li ii l. I -
n. ... ... .... v. - i (i iii W .
The body wan laid to rent lu the
J. (). ). I', cemetery Monday nt 2
.clock, 1. M. licv. J. H. Howard
preached the Hennou.
"I nt llrnt but they are doing
huwv,.ry tn. t work.
'ke liiutli Kradu- ure wrentliug
'Itliliu n.rliiK, and you bear nu oc-
.uiil; "pmf. uu.ujfi, i cannot
Hluw to Ket thin," but we have It
"Ketimt tho Biime.
"wSuellinu; and MlHeBloughem h
tM naiuen ou their roll and they
111 Ui clom, competltom for tho
M"r thu mouth.
Tlre wan one addition to the en-
""HiiKiit lu the primary room thin
Ji'hh.. Kirk from Springfield
Knelling hud one addition to
"ftrollinent Monduy morulug.
TW primary puptln are our bimy
'' tl'fy are tnaklug rapid irogres
wMUm Haifa dlructloa.
0ur third uud fourth grade are
"oinuex(:elluut work for little
"l,ll'i Mm. Cloud In proud of her
,l kt utrttiige thut the pupil who
the mo.t llklr tn fall to Dunn
(ruden, mak all our abneuc
''lure hi auiPDolntlng to m
pareaU aeald reallae tkat
Corporation FaUed to Pay Tax.
Two inoutua hence WMMI Oregon
corporatloua will le dlnnolved by
proclamation of the Uoveruor uulenn
they comply with the term- of the
corporation liceune law before the
time expire. Mauy of thene con
cern bold real proia-rty or negoti
able P'-jiol uud all will lone their
power of trannactlng bunluen from
the date dlnnoluttou I proclaimed.
More than that, auy pemou who
ahall exerelae or attempt to exercise
the corporate power after dUolutlou
ha been proclaimed will be liable to
a tine of fluiK) and Imprisonment for
Home of the ladle are organising a
w hint club. Meuareexcluded. Kach
member will be fined 10 ceut for
non-attendance, the proceed to go
to buying prhwa. Think of the fun
they'll have without tbe nieu
A PleaMnt. Evening.
Mm, Norin, who known how to
p'eane (h-youi) -oile and likt-H to
ij -e tiiem enjoy t heninclvcn. i nt-T-
tniueil a iiiiiulier ol hi r yoiiujr peo
ple, lncliidiug the orcliii.tni, nt' licr
Inline lant Tliumday eveniny. The
uri'hi'Htra phijed wveral wlectUmn
nnd Mm. Norin muoj a few cliariuiiig
niilon, liich wan a Hire treat to
t hoHe prenent who whlom have the
pleanure of llnteiilu to Mich enter
taining munlc and Hinging. Tbe
guente were then Invited to tbe
kitchen, where the rent of the even
lug wan upent lu a good old time
candy pulling. Thorns prenent were
the Mlnnea Laura Knelling, Joule
Harvey, Lulu Uarrctt, Fannie Ton
nlngnen, Bertha Dean, Jean Tonnlng-
aen, Anna Scblagel aud Kay Uaruen,
Mennr Wm. rt'agner, Hoi McDonald,
Henry Funk, George Storkman,
Fred Reynolds, Oeorge Konn and
Harvey Col v In
Tuenday nilit whh ll;illuvi-'ii,
and while t'ema!l boy interested
hlni.i lf liy ilacl;i ulickn (if wood,
b li t-' U a;nl ol her n iveniiur articles
uf lfi r'ii tion acriis- I he sldi-walk
ami rolling iiainl nrlx upon iloor
nt p-. not lilny: of a regular old-fah-loned
ll.iilowei ii nilit M-ciirred hii
farjiwe bae learned. Tbe habit
of il.i lii t rickn mi that uieuiorable
oci-nt-ion In a in iiiia ted and time
worn, nr elne the people have no
denlre to jiurtlt-lpate In nttch nport
an they uned to have.
Die4 October 17th, 1905.
Patience Wine, age alx yeara, Jive
mouth aud nix days.
There 1. our iniulni Irom our place,
A voire w. bu.rd 1. .111. Tliero I. n vnc-.ucjr
our lioiim lli.l uvvercu tw tilled.
We herd hue pittiliug tliruUKh many 1ibt
d.v; Hui t Um w liJ loulve bi'r up, whrn
Aiii'.t lii r-aUiiU bt-r wy.
ll .-un)' U-tu-r iliul nlie luiioue, to yonder li.u-1
iy In. nt, (or aouie il.y we will .11 be culli-il. to j
join ttie h.puy bund. i
To wiJk on yonder h.iniy nboru. wlier tbe
utrui'U .re ti.vi d Willi gobl. lint bow we loved
ln r bereou eurib, It never v. u be (old. j
We tutt And wii lira l y bvr ucamau, me
lonx boun rolled by, But t Ul oue d.y when
tbv clock .truck twelve, our loved one bd to
II 1. h.rd to five our loved oue. up. ,bere ou
o.rlb below; Hut now .b. dwell, lu b.ppiucm
uo we.r. . crown ol yold
Cu't Rebuild TiO Sqring.
Alturan In la a lamentable condi
tion. The fire-bug visited It Junt at
a time when It waa Impossible to re
build at vnce. Lumber ta ecarce,
and the near approach of winter for
bid the erection of brick or atone
building, aa neither can be uuccens
fully construct! In the winter sea
eon. Tbe undaunted courage of tbe
buHlnen men of that place, however,
in a guarantee that a better, more
aubntautlal town will be built up
over the anhe of the old Alturan a
hooii a pr!ng open.
Many Awaras for Oregon.
Nine b uud red and uluetyeeven
awarda, lucludlng 104 gold medal,
153 silver medal, 348 brouxe medal
and X)2 honorable mention diploma
I the showing made by the State of
Oregon at the Lewi & Clark Expo
altlou, lu horticultural and pomolo
Jackon couuty received more
award than any ether couuty lu
th atate. Klamath couuty received
a gold medal ou potatoca, and
Crook couuty a allver medal ou vegetable.
Misw .Jennie Coiulm, well known in
lukcview, ll winter of Mm. (ieo.
Whortott. wan married in Toi'llnnd
Nfiiteiuber 7th to Mr. Christ inn L.
Klein, a butcher in I'ortlaud.
"Uabe" wa a -very popular girl lu
Lakevlew, and her mauy friend
here congratulate Mr. Klein aud
winh the happy couple a long and
,. V. Couu, J. If. Turplu aud J, S.
Field nent out Tuesday for a few
day buut. The boyn should not
forget that there U a limit placed to
the number of deer and elk to be
killed by one huntemaa.
K. K. Ede, the hotel man of Pine
Creek, has leased that popular
hostelry to S. Oallagber and bU
mother, who will conduct the estab
lish men t. They are assured a good
patronage. PlueCreekWa thriving
town aud t sure to experience aq
unprecedented growth next year,
both ou account of tbe mine aud
the prospect of a railroad.
W. Dean Duke, a brother of our
fellow townsman (ieo. A. Duke, aud
who I well known la this northern
couutry as cattle buyer for Miller &
Lux, wa married ou Oct. 12, li)05,
at Jscksou, Amador couuty, to Ml
Qulnnette Ould. We join with but
tnaoy friend of this ' northern coun
try to wishing bltn great bappluesa.
From iheS. L. Oregoni.n.
W, K, McCormack ntayed in town
Friday night, on bin way to I'ort
land nfler hirt w ife and fauiilv, who
have i pent 1 he nutiuuer there visiting
relutivcM and uttending the Exposi
tion. Vuifui-ron from Sprngue Klver are
riding the Sycan range for horses.
tiene Hammond eucceeded in pick
ing up about 2.) bead of homes,
weight 1-1K) and up and started with
them for Merrill, last of the week.
Etuil and Fred Egll have been busy
baling hay to supply the demand
that exist for that necessary com
modity at Christmas Lake.
Wayraan Wither passed through,
town on hi way to Prlnevllle on a
beep buying expedition, the latter
part of tbe week.
Wlllard Duncan came np from
Lakevlew for a few days' visit tho
latter part of tbe week.
New Paper for SKaniko.
Volume 1, No. 1, of The Shanlko
Dee, published at Shanlko, reached
our desk first of the week. Tbe Dee
Is a 5-col., 4-page, newsy little sheet,
promising It readers more In the
future. It Is published by The Bee
Publishing Co., with L. N. Kelsay as
manager. Mr. Kelsay formerly pub
lished tho Silver Lake Oregoulati,
which be recently sold to W, D. C.
About six year ugo Wm. Holder
started the Shanlko Leader and ruu
It three year and sold the plant to
Kelsay, who moved It to Sliver
Lake, where It became a part of tbe
Oregonlau. And now Mr, Kelnay
return to Shanlko and strikes a
new ledge. Success to you, Les.
Cain in Postal Receipts.
Oregon, according to population,
leads all other states In postal re
ceipt. The auditor of the Post Of
fice department has made his anuual
of tbe earning of the various presi
dential otttee lu the different state,
which show Portland to lead other
cities of It slxe for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1905. Portlan's re
ceipt for this year are fllC.OSJ,
against $3T4,2U3 last year.
Tbe recelp for tbe Lakevlew office
the only presidential office In Lake
county, for this year are 2,77,
against f 2.703 last year.
The total receipts for Oregon this
year are 1717,001 against fOlO.Zl