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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1911)
WHICH DO YOU PREFER )
Cheap Goods at a Cheap Price O
or. Good Goods at a Low Price
CIRCLES AT PLUSH
Two Couples United In
Marriage, and Many
You certainly can buy a cheaper quality
poods than this store soils.
The success of this business is not due to
the fact that we have sold you cheap poods at
a cheap pri e. The poods von buy from us
are of the HIC.HLiST OUAUTY-sold at a
They are Satisfactory Goods
Whom we place into your hands a can of
Tomatoes for U"c, or a can of Table Fruit at
25c. voupet the very best STANDARD (100DS
thnt are put into cans, ami you pet FULL
WEUillT and FlTLL Y ALU Li for your money.
Tlii- rule iivplies to all poods throughout
our store: '-Ull- Y H K Y HL-ST MLKCLIAN
DISE FOR TII15 LEAST MONEY."
FLOUR AT MILL PRICES:
$1.75 per sack; $3.50 per hundred
"THE QUALITY STORE
Sings in social wm
ATP'Y .ni.. AT- -
Valley Falls Mercantile Company
v' ! i
i lau- iirt -.1 n t iic store
r I.a.cc 'iev i tic-. -
The Valley Falls House
ere to meet
Is now in operation
Good Meats 35 cents
Jusi half way from Lakeview to XL
ranch and hall way from Lakeview
to Faisiey. Give us a trial
Good Bxrn, Hay and Water
i: IIAVK CONSTANT! A' ON HAND THK J.LST MOSKY
"CH CAN I: IT V IN T1IK ITtKSII MKaT LINK. AT I'JlEsKNT
V V wi: ai:i: iiamm.ino sii, kr tiiukad .souk kraut,
DILL AND SWEET l'K'KLKS, CALIFORNIA OLIYLS,
I'ICKLFD I'HiS' IEI.T, SALT MACKEREL SALMON
NELLIES AND FKKSII OYSTERS. WE WILL HAVE
,SOMETIIIN: NEW FOR Til E TRADE EACH WEEK. CALL AND
SEE UvS AT THE CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. JMIONE NO. 3'J
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
Adel, Or., Fb. 1911.
Kdltoi Examiner: Not Keriug Huy-
J tnluii tu your rahmble iRter nlmut
Ariel thnuuht wa woulii vand Jul
it ( of tha tiHiipcuinu bare. Wo
have just pulled utr una of the grtiuil
axt tluiea thnt Tr hnppe imi lu Ailrl,
lint It raiue uear ending iu h very
aitil Btrair On tna tuoiuluti of the
U-ud Tuoley JutUo Mortis uotl
IleJ that thert was omethlnu dolnti
hi, tba houia of Mr. Caldwell, and
after borrowing a plun bat and dun
olna aoaie other prvtty good, boriow
ed clothea bia Tooley nt naa at oiit'e
ruxlied to the aeue of netioo by ri-
vutM nnnVBTaiinA Mfid Ht hluh IllltHl.
before n uierrv crowd of tilemla and
relatives joined In wedlock Mr. C. F.
Caldwell and Mlxa Llale S. Coopet.
The kjrooui la a sou of W. II Caldwell
and la well aud favoratily kdowii, j
having resided here for a number of I
yeara. The bride la the oldealdauKh-
ter of Mr aud Mra. W. II. Cocper, oft
Adel. aud Is ery fopular with Ttry- j
oue, aud all wUn them a lou and t
bappy voyage through life.
After the usual congratulations the I
foliowiuK prtHeots weru Dreseuted :
Mr. aud Mra. T. H. Waketteld. yeur
lioit heifer and pillow cases; Mr. and
Mrs. James Waketleld, pillows; Mr.
aud Mrs. W. II. Caldwell, towU; Mr.!
and Mra. Joseph Uttuuett, toilet set j
aud salad disb; Miuuis Caldwell, twoj
pair biaukets; J. A. Morris and i
Iiurcb l!roa., cociforters; lJeter Cald
well, cake .isb; Miss Myrtle tinsel, j
shIh. dib; Mr. aud Mra. A. N. lieu
Dett, table clotb, mirror, (run dn-h
aud water glass ; Mr. aud Mrs. I. L
Waketleld, lamp und fruit dishes;
Kirk Cornwall, salt nod p pper shaker
aud tootb piflk holder ; Ere i Culdwell,
cream pitcher: Ned Nts'.atn, eutfitr
bowl; Mr. aud Mrs. Fope, cake dish;
Mr. aud Mrs. Alford, Ler.y dis'i:Mi.
and Mrs K. U. Cirieel. berry set aud ;
lookioc Klass ; Aodrew Yiuyard, water
set; .Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Neaabaw, il-J
rer knives ucd forks; Willis Grist-I, j
After the preseuts, some one uube. i
kuown to me souuded the diuuer bell 1
and we tall filed luto the diLiutf room 1
sud threw our leet uudsr the iluIiok j
'-iny to oue of the uiost palulatile wed- j
diUK diuuers it bus eter Leeu our i
ood fortuue to partak of. Dot Lelure ;
the j '!e bad tiuie to do justice to
thetuikey the phone ratiif uuil be
receiver the follow iutf uiestae from
F. H. 01ier at Hotel Wible: "Dear
iuJKe: Rush ta Hotel Wile utooce;
couple from Plush waitlLK anxioiirsly
for you to u.ake them oue; say noth
ing , wedding private" I
Of course the juiie suid uotbiui
to any oue oulj junt the crowJ, as he j
has usake hiaieelf famous fcr kt-epioK
secret., so be was at ouo lushed to
Hotel Wible with ull the crwd follow ,
inn. Ou arri"ini at tba iceoe of
aitiou be found Mr. Oliver aud bis;
couitaoioi). Mr. O. HuIjIjbu, busily!
enKHge l iu making wreaths from the '
hcatterius sage brush aud juniper for j
the brbie. After all due pr parution8
were made the judtfe at once made I
Mr. John (jee aud Deliah M. liurcs. !
both tvell kuowu ret-idents of Flush, i
uiau aud wife. After the ceremony
all present partook very freely of tbe
.efieshments that Mr. Oee had j
t,r')iiht from (ireater Flush with;
hii), to the neultb of the happy
couple. They all weut thuir cilfeieiit ,
wajs t'i Holer up and irepare the'ii (
selves for the social ball to l; held at !
thu A'l-1 Hull iu the evening.
lint hue our troubles Uan. Mr. '
Wihlo of llot:l Wible bunked four;
b ihi'B onto tbe bi coach and header)
l.i ..1 fr.w 1. Ii U I If iiuj a wir v
! ditik tiiiiht and as Lu lost hi.- hvariona
no the .Morris gr de, drove too hltfh.
capbiziuK the rU aud ull idh passBn
Hera into the wire feuce below; and
tte way they lit wh not graceful.
Dr. Johuaton from the Djuout was
sent for uud soou dressed the wounds.
Those cri pled were, Mrs. Wible,
hurt iu he back ; W. K. Wible, two
teeth out aud reputation apruiiK ; M isa
Myrtle Wible, crippled under the
bat; Mrs. Roberts, eye blacned aud
face badly skinned; Mr. Roberts, oue
Hutfer baJly cut, hhoulder hurt, aide
badly bruised; Mrs. (Jrlsel, bead and
face badly bruised; Ii. li. (Jrisel.
cheek hadly affected, one wheel dish
el; liert Lee, waddle over riht eye,
left listener kuocked down aud voice
affected; John (Jee, uroom, cheek
aud nerve both affected, one wheel
sprung; Mrs. (Jee, bride, face and
head very baaly cut and bruised all
over; test of party not hurt but bad
to cbauue clothes.
All cf the party was able to proceed
on to tbe bull after having their vari
ous wouuds diessed, eiceut Mrs. (Jee,
who was very badly hurt aud will not
be able to be up for some time to
conid. All able to be present de
clared that eveiythinn wus a success,
eveu to Cbas. Wullis, tbe coarse
voiced uiuu from Ft. liidwell, and to
Concluded from tlrwt min
)vpr cold of northern Nevada
At lb lower end of Siiuaw taller,
near Kelly orik, 40 uilUs from Ool
enda to th outh and Ilk dis
tance from TiiKOoror to th east, the
pox led by Captain Donnelly of th
tat police and nuiulierlntf 'i meu.
oauin at noon upon the band of 1'J
Th Shoshnnes were llrt lhtd
Klrinutiitf tnelr way. I ml inn fashlMi,
up Int" ri(juaw valley, forinliu a III
n mil hikI n halt loim. On th rear
Kitard when llrst seen was described
on of tbe yoiinn hruve tnnlitlnit
wearily betide his horse a hnif-mtl
behind the malu body oonit'osel of
two other braves t lie siiiiaws nod the
children and po-iles. Far ahead the
totterlun leader of th party, advanc
ed hi aue but yoiintf lu warlike
On the llrst ball, the cowboys who
bad joined thti poss ami bail refused
to be deputized, nave warlile yll
and spurted their horses ou to the
charue, accompanljd by Captain Don
nelly's men, who could uot restrain
t lie u .
'lhe In Dans saw the pursuers and
rapidly d e in their tanks, ti eu
ctrcllutf out over a radius of a iiuar
ter mile, where they tlrst executed a
rapid war dance, tbe Sbonhoue dance
of death, while they smeared their
faces with war pH'ut. ntterlntf mean
while their shrieks of delinnoe.
Ed Hiuel, of the cowboys, rode ou
far ahead, tlrlutf his rllle tepeatedly
aud umpplng the nearest buck, 'lhe
ludlaus replied with u ncat.eritii! tire
aud as llokfle rolle.l from the saddle,
the Shoshones tiecama ma Ideued with
the ciaze of battle.
.With t! first f.tal'ty. Captain
Donnelly uiauiiued to peisua le. the
cowtoj s to open out iu a ekirinlb
Ilue aud take it easier. Thou follow
ed such exhibitions of sliari shonOotf
as have net been seen since the liners
cnt down ttie lirilish on tbe Mod. lei
Oue by oue with the crack of the
rifles of the police and Vow bets, the
lodlans leaped lu the air anil fell to
move no n oie. Tte siuaws, with
pljrciiik,' cries of rae, helped with
the llk'ht and bau lied the heated
ri"is of lhe braves, tiriug with them
and even fesistiun wheu therH seeu.ed
no furl her hope. It was a battle w li b
tbe ii to the death und they chose to
joio tbe dead lather than to sutler
with th" In inn.
After a t nlf hour cf tUhtiuu tbe old
warrior ind the three braves foul.t
no more. lhe lust remaininu hruve
had ordered a n treat which covered
a mile before be fell aud it was an
other half hour before tie pursuers
could approach near euo.:uh to cap
ture tie remainicu suuaws who
fought aud bit wheu tbe lurt cartridge
Kven the cliildreu, the three mux
inu from Id t'J 11 years of ue, helped
lu the lliibt, haudlluii tho turtri lues,
and t.t the last uslutf the primitive
weapons Columb:ls found the bow
aud arrow. lhe hirows fell aboil but
the resistance slowed the dt sp.Tale
resnlie of the untamed rs lt kin-i.
At the Ja.-t there remained but one
yauou s'jUiiw, one Indian cbil 1 of l'l
and two papooses. These were seized
aud bound aud theu the victors sur
veyed the result.
Over the kuoA-y and bl iod stained
Held for it mile were seen tbe bodies
of the slvuis, with here and there a
dyinu pony, while the remnialuK
stock scattered far ;ip the gulches.
At the lat stand, where t tie last
sjnuw fell, there was presented a
sc.Mje id curtiage.
Front' on their f io-s Imj two of the
old s.iiaAf, whilu strapped on their
liHcks. scie.iuiiug as if with an en'ial
rancur. -Ai re cued in the c:baictrU
tic baskets the papooses which bad
beiu cmi i iod l,y tiit ir medbers nil
thiouiihJtliH tlbt. These were re
moved aud autimeutbd the list of the
The Uifct concern after the lUbt wus
over was for tbe body of Hogel, which
was picked up iiy bis mutes au'1 car
ried over a horse until the fray end
ed. He was shot through the body
aud lived but u few moments.
Tbe next 'inncern was the ueurch
for tho proof that this was tbe mur
derous bund. It was; a practical cer
tainty that t tit r iu lit Indians bad
been caught, but if there remained a
doubt, the cuups, tbe clothing und
tbe watches und pistol of the mur
dered sheepiueu removed tbul.
cud the climax ut daybreak this
morning Wible's old sow thut baa a
reputation for upsttinu all tbe swill
tmriels iu towu, iu the dead hours of
night gave berth to eleveu pigs, even
Jim (Jiveus, who bus uot smiled since
be got home from tho city, snillod
and fcald it was a bigger time thau
they ever hud iu Fumpkiu Ceuter.
ED. ADEL BURKAMER.
T. E. iieruurd a few days since re
turned from Bau Diego, where he left
tbe Lakeview colony iu most excel
lent spirits. Tom says the E. M. F.
are the popular car In Southern Call
fo uia, uud he expects a shipment to
arrive here iu ubout six weeks.
A New Line of
Beautiful Art Goods
jf Tinted Pillow Tops new con
ventional and floral designs.
Tinted Center Pieces these are
Stamped Linen Hats, Corset
Covers, Etc., Etc.
Mrs. A. M. NEILON
SHOES? SHOE-S! SHOES!
E have just received a large ship
ment of Men's High Top and Heavy
Work Shoes. You will need something
like this for the Spring slush.
yE have several styles of thse Shoes,
and the prices are right when you
consider the quality. Come in and price
them. Phone No. 451.
Lb. Vm Want :i SHIT
" mailt- t your nu-asii iv,
liy ln"t i-l a- tailors at pnYcs
now Ik ii i.i: t liari-d for the
usual l t ad v - to - wi-ar kind?
TTT II und rids ol' samples to
select from. I! you need
a suit, don't fail to call be
fore placing your order. :: ::
J. B. AUTEN
Hardware and Implements
DEALER. IN FURS
Just arrived, a l)i' line of the Famous Winona
Busies, Hacks and Carts
THREE STANDARD WAGONS
to select from
Peter Shutler, T. G. Mandt anJ Winona
Hard-wood spokes, waon hows, etc.
Our Stock is Now Complete In all Its Branches
OUR MOTTO IS LIVE AND LET LIVE
We Aim To Satisfy
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