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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1912)
f. P. DUCKWORTH H. VtRMOM H. NUNKM
Office. Water St. Telephone No. 101
Lakcvicw Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
J. 1 IH'CKWOUTII, Manager
Transfer and Drnyage Icq Delivered
BAGQAOE AND HOt'Si:ilOLl GOODS STOKED
RATES fTRXISHKI ON DEMAND
OUK CUSTOMKKS AltU Ol'lt ADYKKTISKHS
R. M. BOLLER
HAVING AN UP-TO-DATE OUTFIT I
AM ABLE TO HANDLE ALL WORK
PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
OFFICE AT KEENE & BARNES' CIGAR STORE. PHONE No. 39a
Piano & Safe Moving a Specialty
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
W La re made an entire transcript of all Records In Lake
County which In any way, affect Real Property In the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
erer made In Lake County, and ever Deed given.
Errors Found In Titles
la transcribing the records we have found numerous mort
gage recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deeds are recorded in the Mortgage record and other books.
Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are not Indexed at all. and
most difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others .annot find them Me have pat nmidrede of dollar
bunting np these errors, aud we can fully guarantee our wo'i.
J. D. VENATOR,
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. Walloon, Coroner for Lako County)
PROMPT ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
To Western Points From Bend
CENTRAL OREGON LIME
$13.95 Clatsop Beach
Seaside and Gearhart. Oregon, on the Pacific Ocean. Thin
la the perfect sea-shore vacation resort Just south oft tie mouth of the
Columbia River, reached directly by -The Sorth Hank lioad." Tickets
sold daily. Return limit, Oct. 31st.
$1530 Tacoma, Montamara Festo
Seattle's splendid annual civic carnival. Tickets sold .lulv
14, 16, IS. Limit, July 2J.
$ 9.95 Portland, Eks Grand Lodge
Tacoma's grea t annual carnival. Tickets sold June '2H and
July 2. Limit, July o.
$16,90 Seattle, Golden Potlatch
The greatest national convention ofthe vear. A solid week
of public entertainment. Tickets sold July 7, b, !), 10, 11. Limit July 2J.
Oregon Trunk Railway trains run dully without change between
Central Oregon points and Portland. Train leaving Rend (1:30 A.M.
arriving Portland 5:30 P.M.
Details will be furnished on request.
W. E. COM AN, Gen7 Freight &. Pa. Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J.M.. CORBCTT, Agt., BMND, ORE.
IN TOWN AT THE
POST 2 KING. PROPRIETORS
fourth of July
By CLARISSA MAC all E
(Copyright. Itli, by American. Pr Asso
T'LL be the first time In my life
that a flag baau t flown from
the pole ou a uattonal holiday,"
murmured Uncle I'cter Mason
! sorrowfully as be squinted up at tin1
talleHt flagstaff lu Uttle Klver. It
I stood in the middle of hi front yard.
I and It'a glided hall reflected the auu-
llgbt bleb alwti the highest trvo.
Ills wife. Aunt Heboeea, held at
arm's length a dingy object that oure
bad been au A merlon n dug. Now the
red aud w hite stripes had been beaten
bj weather until they took on a uni
form gray color, aud there was little
euouKh of It, too, for the wlud bad
whlped the emblem to a few tattered
i rags that might not have been recog
nisable bad It not beeu for the stars
carefully stitched by hand and the
faded fragment of hand sewed atrtpea
"it don't look like tbU bad once been
ten foot long." remarked Aunt Rebec
ca. "After your taiher always (tying
the biggest Dag In Little Itlver and you
csrrylug out the same Idee I hate like
poison to run up a small, cheap one.
but I don't know what to da That in
terest comes due tbe 1st ot July, utnl
there slu t a cent to spare over, even
"I know It, Rebecca. I baren't d ine
more thaa price I hens big dags fl.
for this aire uulesa I get a cambric
one. You can always tell whut a Uag's
made of by its bang and by lu flo.ii
Job Little offered to let me bav the
flag and said I could ray blm up by
Installments, but I says to hlin that
was poor patriotism."
"A cambric flag Is better than none.'
said Rebecca sensibly. "I waa telling
Etty about It the other day, aud alie
says, says she. 'It I hud time -I'd make
pa a flag, but I'm always so busy with
tbe children's clothes It seems as If 1
was tired from morning to night.' I
told her If anytxxl? made a ting It
won Id lie ui. but the material would
cost a siKbt If 'twas made of wool oi
"My mother made tbla flag, even
bit." said L'ncle Peter.
"1 wish I'd thought of It before.'
said Iteliecca to herself. "1 might
! have done something to get him a (lav
Tbe Fourth of July Is bis birthday
There's a bull week yet I'll see whal
I can do In tbe meantime."
Rebecca Mason went up In the gar
ret that morning aud turned out the
contents of a dozen trunks. Garmenti
of every color were spilled ou the
clean floor, and while the wasps bum
iued about In the shadowy rafters Re
becca turned and sorted and shook
and discarded until a pile of white
garments lay beside her. and la ber
lap waa heaped her wedding gown, a
bright blue delaine.
During the next week Aunt Ret-cca
waa mysteriously busy. She washed
great quantities of white poplin, anil
ber dye kettle bubbled secretly In the
cellar wash room. II er bands were
stained with red. and the sewlug mn
chine In tbe spare chamber hummed
busily la every spare moment. j
Cncle Peter Mason was busy with
tbe June work In bis garden, where
tbe long, straight rowa of carefully
tended vegetables looked Just like the
pictures lo the seed catalogues which
be studied all winter, lie bad not men
tioned tbe matter of the tine ngnlu.
and Rebecca bnd been too busy with
ber own plans and tbe fcur of dlscof
ery to broach the subject. Her dniigh
ter Etta, who lived over the river, wn
up to her ears In sewing for her two
Children, so Rebecca was quite undis
turbed in carrying out her pleasant
The day before the Fourth Aunt Re
becca, looking tired, but very much
pleased with herself, carried some
neatly rolled bundles up to the garret
and stored them away In the trunks.
There was a roll of blue delaine and
another of white poplin. This latter
was very sum II Indeed, for there were
a great many stars to make now
At supper Aunt Itrtretva mentioned
the coining Miiitlvcrssry for the ttrst
time In a week
"What you going to do about a flacT"
"Nothluu. except run up the old oue,'
said Tncle I'etcr dispiritedly
"Neeiiia too bad you couldn't have a
new one,' Mow much . was the big
cambric ones, Peter f
"I've forgot ten, Rebecca tnore'n I
can afford anyway. I've been count
ing If I'd hadn't (mil any terhaccer for
threw years I might have had that ucw
flag. Shows how a bad liablt will trip
jrou up sootier or later."
"'Talu'l a had bablt the way you
smoke," defended Rebecca warmly
"My land. I guess you're entitled to
that utile com Tort the way you're
worked all jour lifer
"'Taint no credit to me that I've
worked It's what I was put In the
world for. Never mind about the flag,
Reeky. There'll bo Just as much pa
triotism In my soul when I run her
up as If she waa niado of the flnesi
silk That's all that counts what's
Inside your heart."
"I suppose you're right, father," said
Rebecca, a little smile curling ber lle
as she arose to clear the table. After
the dishes were washed and put away
Itchccca tied ou her white apron and
went on to the porch, where the set
ting sun was gilding Uncle Peter's
white head Into a roseate crown.
"What you doing T" Inquired Rebecca.
"Colng to run up the flag. No one In
Little River ever got a flag np ahead
of me yet." muttered Cncle Peter be
tween his teeth flluchod around his
lie moved across the grass to (be flag
pole and fumbled with tbe halyards.
Rebecca bustled Into tbe house and
came out with a mass of red. white
aud blue folds In ber arms. She stood
close to Peter's elbow before she spoke,
and when she 0ieued her Hps ber voice
"Peter, look here." she qiuivered.
I'ucle Peter Mason looked and gasp
ed: "What lu laud. Reeky Mason'
h i have hung tip hit
i ii in have her cul up
i "I know bow wlin
h things," he a polo
p his delight out of
i word. Peter. It's the
id ttt Hfet" cried Aunt
u Let's h'lst her up
.iinl show Little Itlvei
Um OOT STILL ANOTHER FLAG
Where did you get It? It alu't-it ain't
the one that was down to Little's, but
It looks like It! Where did you get It?"
He was excitedly shaking out the
folds of tbe IiIk Hag, and his feeble old
fingers trembled as he saw that It was
quite as large as the one his mother
bad made no many years ago.
Aunt Rebecca Mas crying with de
light. .She helped biin spread the star
and stripes on the grass.
"This blue." she said, touching tin
star sprinkled field. "Is in ride from my
blue delaine my wedding gown. Pe
"Ob. Becky!" nttered her husband
"And the stripes was made from all
tbe white poplin dresses I've had. and
there was a sight of tbe stuff some of
It I dyed red and"
Undo Peter had ber In bis arms, and
tbey were kissing each other, aud Un
cle Peter was trying to tell his wife
"I Km I
we re still on dci k!"
Just then lliele was a lltlht step on
the gnivi-ied path, and Kits came
round i he corner of the house with a
hiiuc bund e under her unit. When she
saw the tuit !io lnpxd aud stared.
"Whv. wlicie did that come from?"
Ainu Rebecca proudly ei plained.
"Would you believe It?" exclaimed
poor KHa. "Look here, ma aud paf
Kin- unrolled the bundle under her arm
and spread It on the crass. '
It was another flag just aa large as
Udsita's, but made of new material
son io sort of cheap bunting neatly
sewed Into flag Cncle Peter was
openly cry lug
"Hid you make this, KttyT he de
"Kvery stitch!" she said proudly. "If
I'd only known ma waa going to make
one but there, ma. If I'd only told you
you might bve saved your wedding
dress, but ain't you smart to make It?
"I've got two flags." Boblied Uncle
Peter, "made by tbe two best women
In the world."
"Look at what's coming" cried Etta.
alert with new Interest "It'a Job Lit
tie and three men from tbe lodge.
viuen Jul) mile's ascD was con
eluded Cncle Peter found himself tin
possessor of snotlier Immense flag, a
gift flout a few of bis closest friends
who wanted It to fly from the tallest
staff In Utile River.
And that waa not all. Later the ex
press wauon drove up aud left Peter a
box which turned out to contain auotli
er flair this one made of silk that ru
tied richly as It fell from the (mix
"Who the land?" giisiM'd Aunt lie
f. oinpllmc ut and best wishes ol
John 1 1 n in I it u and family for I'ucle
Peter Mimoii Long limy she wuveT
rend L'mle I'eter brokenly from tin-
card In his hand
"Who would have behoved them stun
uier boarders would Iiimc I'cllicmlMTcd
ii r old Hi).' "us wore out." column. t
t.'il l-.thi pr.u-i l-n II v "Now, pa. mii.h
you golm: to do? Here you're got tour
ItiiKs You it n't hiinir 'em ou the wil
ail to once without some being hall
L'ucle Peter's hat tmd been removed
long uuu. hen he tin ) brought out t tie
tattered remnant of Ills mother's flag
and the setting sun glided his white
lie. id ind gloi Hied the faces of the men
mid women ho stood about hi in
"I shall use eui alternate, anuoutic
id L'ui le Peter at last; "Und one and
then another Tomorrow, being the
Fourth of July, I shall divide the day
Into four watches of three hours each
and give every ting Its turn I can't
thank iwivImhIv yet I'm too buppy I
hope notiody will be offended, but I
feel like I'll run up my mother's flag
first with Relss-cH's She uiade It from
her wedding dress. Nobody object?"
"Of course not!" they cried heartily
and lu u trice the faded bit of bunting
that bad U-en tiling lo (he breeze so
many rears once more f ited over Lit
tie River, and beiien"i It rippled out
the splendid folds of !'"' ecca's Hag
"1 think I hem two 'i.iu's better float
all day tomorrow." s uit loh Little dr
cldedlv 'iiiiiI these thn-e ot hers lit
tv's and 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iiiki ours-well
lest drape on the pnu.a, What say
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F W.m HUMKIMIB
County 4ustk luaoMitor
K. B. Hlimhai t.,., Mayor
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P. M. I'uka 1 Oouaollmss
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Vlea frtaldank Klinar (.'. Ablairuui
Smratsry Dr. B, (I. kaarall
Trtiutiror Frank rilrb
Truatws i. W. Uunlar, II. W. Morfao,
fIRST MBTIIODIST flCHCII-ePHPAY
Vihtxil si lo a. m. ('reselling trary Sunday M
II a. m. and 7 M p. ui. kixtorib l4asna arary
anday avralng at Vrayar Mtsxlng Tburi
ibt ai i;wv, im, tpiiir naaliug SI a:.aip, ta,
A4lra Aid Ktary Wttluaatlay si ia b. m,
varyboily cordially luylird lo all aertlrva.
M. T. WIKB. Faamr.
flRMT BAITIHT ClirBCH OP I.AKRVIKW
rrachlo asrvlcr si II A M and 7:lHVoa
lal and Hfd Hub. Sunday HcIiimiI si 10 A ai.
Junior StwiiPty at t:su V M. Htla( Youn
Caoiila'a I Bloa sltiSufMns aatb Suuday.
erayar MwUnn si T:SD V M Wadnwlsy ara-
Svarybody lavlltsl u all. u all Bar
HkV. A P.S1MMUNS
CATHOU0 rilCRCH-KVERV St'NDAV WAHM
I too and lua.m.; Kuavry si Tkon.m. Maaa
on warkdsya al J;W a m. S,-rlro. In Iba Saw
Ctaurcb. MATI1IAS kK IIMITT,
PIKMT CHKMHYTKHIAN ( III) HI II UP LAKK-
vir.w. mvl In lb Msaonlo Hall. Sunday
Hrbool l 10:00 A.M.: Muruliif Mt-rvlcssl ll;UD
Ktanln mrtii t si T:au. t'rayrr Mwiing' on
Wodn.adsyaal 7:su P.M. All ara cordially In.
vlu-d. HKV, W, a. I'RYSK, l l.,Taatr.
PIKKT BAPTISt IHCKi II UP MMK Mil
si aw ri nm I wt.Uriwui, rrvsnhlne ar
t leva si 11 A M sad T:su M ol racli Huortai
ol avarv muiilh. Sunday srhtsM alio AM.
Prsirar Hrvlu al 7:SUun Mstnalay t,auln
it awn (!. All sr cordially I on tod to
tllrud Iba Mrvlera.
KtV. L I. ItKNIikRHOy.
THE INSPIRATION OF LIB-
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LAKKV1KW UUKIK No 71, A. P. 4k A.M. Holds
land Diaoiluaa Saturday on or bt-ltira full
unon. January 7ib. March 7nd, March kutb
April 27tb. May f ill. Jun xuib, lll. Spoolai
mastliiua Usm rail, stuivrslly nalurday aras
Inia. Vlalilni lirullirsn vlc.iina. W, 11 r
Tboinpaou, W, M. A. W , UrluD, bec'y
i O. V. W.-LAKKVIKW UlpUB Nil. 111.
Mmls avrry sreoud and luurth TUuradar ol
rarb month. In Waulc Hall. Ikrvlaa
(jliaa. TooDluan n. M.W.; Wm. (lumber. K.
UKliKKK UP HONOR-LA KKHHOKK U.lkjL
No. 77, U, of II., A.U. U. W., Masla r-l nno
intra i nuradsya ol earn omnia 1 aoinc
Hall: Msrr I'oat. Col II.: J. bulla Aranar. I
oi ii. i ixirs nuyuer v;, oi t;,i
I. O. O. P LAKKVIKW LUDMB. No. . I u.
o r., nietiia avery Saturday avaulm . J ..i
Pallnwa Hall, si 7:110 o'clock, from Otitniitu 1
lo April 1. sad si olclork from Ai.nl 1 n
rVpienilirr St). I). M. Be tula. S. (.: .
Alturas Mining Notes
(High Grade News)
There is some kind of big move on
the railroad chessboard, but just what
it is going to be is past the compre
hension of we newspaper fellows. The
W. P. is making great improvements
at Doyle, or tbe junction of the N.
C.-O. An immense warehouse, hotel
and other improvements arn beinar
made which, to the onleoker. means
more than mere surface indications
would warrant. Time will alone tell-
not the railroad officials.
C. T. Watkins and wife were visi
tors at our office Monday morning. Mr.
Watkins is one of the principal owners
of the Big 4 Mining Company, and waa
here attending a meeting of the Direc
tors, of which be is the Secretary. He
nformed us that the ten stamp mill
is in position and ready for a trial run.
J as. Hsrvey and T. C. Hess were in
town Monday from tbe lieua mine.
They brought up an eight pound brick,
the result of a weeks fun. Three shifts
of men, working eight hours each,
are nove employed, snd additional
teams have been put to work hauling
ore to the mill. Regular shipments
will be made every week from now on,
as the mill and cyanide system are
working well. The ore ledge is eight
feet wide and it looks mighty like
"that durned old fool Hess" has a bo
P. II. Branlev, of the Heven Lakes
Mining Co., csme down on Wednesday's
trsin. lie says work is beginning in
earnest, up in High Grade, the leasera
are getting to work and the steady
blasting is waking the echoea of tbe
grand old mountains. High Grade,
Mr. Branley says, is on the map to
A suit was up for adjudication in
Judge Raker's Court Monday, involv
ing title to certain stocks in the Con-
solidsted property in High Grade. The
suit was brought by Jas. Williams to
foreclose a mortgage on stocks and
sold to Stone. Jamison & Wylie and
Bruca Glidden were attorneya for Mr.
Williams while N. A. Cornish represent
ed the defendant.
A number of mining men have been
in town looking after their various in
terests in High llrsde. Among them
we ra'l.tre p!'s,"f uf mcrtinrr Mr.
J. A. Gumming of Minneapolis, one of
the heavy stockholders in the Consoli-1 culation. Ex.
dated property. He is a firm believer
In the future of the district, and proved
his laith bv heavy investments.
I. O. U. P.-1.AKKV1HW ENCA M I'M K.N T NO. I
i. ki. ii, r ineoia in nrai anil third Tliurs
day crunlniia of rai'h month In Odd Kulloxa
Hall, Lakturluw. (;. Ii. Arthur. C. f., -A. U
smmuralry, Her loo.
RKHKU All UXMlK-LAKKVUtW I.UIMJB, NO
tz, -a. i. i. w niH(a ins iwnno sad Ion rib
Prldayaof eac h month In Odd Knllowa Hall,
Mra ot-lls l hin. y. N U: Mlaa Loulaa Hiork.
man, V it Alios Burning, Treaaururi M. It.
O.K. 8. ORIENT A I. CHAPTKH, NO 6, LABB-
iw, tirriu. Mneta on Tunaday, on or b
nrsful! moon and Iwu aroeka tlir,.Mii..p in
Vial ling rnunbera are cordially lnvt.
l.ll.l.llt UAKKIrt, W.M.
AKTHUK W. OKTON
A Good Position
Can be had by ambitious young
men and ladles io the field of "Wire
loss" or railway telegraphy. Klnce
the H-hour law beoame effective, and t ,y. Conn
ulnriA 1... -.I. ..I...... , .
tuv wiicicbv vuinprtuiee are es
tablishing stations throughout the
country there is a great shortage of
telegraphers. Positions pay begin
era from $70 to 90 per month, with
good chance of advancement. The
National Telegraph Institution of
Portland, Ore., operates under super-
vUiooofR. K. aud wlreleaH official C,iAKL,CH UMHACIl
All Practice Eiuept U. 8.
Laud Olllce lluslneaa.
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
I.Lavl... ..u. .. .
Attorney at Law,
li nil HaMteraMoerlalt
OPPItiE Daly antldlni.
and places all graduates into por
tions. It will pay you to write them
for full detnt's.
The poor editor was dying, but when
the doctor placed bis ear to the
patient's heart, and muttered sadly,
"poor fellow, oiroulation almost gone,"
the editor raised himself and grasped
"Tis false, we have the largest clrcu
lation of any paper in the county," then
sank back on his pillow, with a trium
phant smile upon his face, lie was con
sistent to the end, lying about his cir-
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
.fi.JL-- Uksalsw. Or-
Attorney at Law
Office lu 0. V. L. Co.'a Building.
LaKRVIKW. Unit "'
Tho woman of today who haa loud heaPh.
good lumper, gisiii ann o, hrlKhl eyu and
loMiiy (lompicxion, tlni rimtilt of norim:! llvluir
kinliiOod dlKllon, win. tho silinliaiioii of Hit
worn, If your dlifcatioii la faulty uhiuul. -r-I'llii'aHtuiasnh
snd blvur Tsbluls will ,rr.-.:t
It, rortsle hysll duklcri.