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Go to Dunlap's for your glass fruit
jars all sizes. 33-2
There is now a great ruah on tor the
huckleberry patch and Crater Lake.
Frank Fisher, stockman of Davis
Creek, was in Lakeview last week on
A. McCallen has returned from Ash
land, where he visited his family for a
The Democrats held primaries in Mo
doc county August 18th. In Alturas
they polled 71 votes.
Dexter Amick and Miss Minnie Reed,
of New Pine Creek, were visitors in
Lakeview last Friday.
Hudspeth's Lakeview soda will com
pare favorably with any soft drink manu
factured in the large cities.
Major Jerome Whitney and Mis
Emma Shuck, a Klamath county belle,
residing at Tule Lake, wen; married at
Klamath Falls August 16, 1900.
Mrs. Lizzie Chrisman returned last
Friday from Silver Lake, where she has
been visiting Major and Mrs. Chrisman
and F. M. Chrisman and wife,
M rs. James Foster and daughter
Lulu, arrived from Summer Lake last
Friday, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Ma.singill for a few days.
vMessrs. Light, Conn, Peacock and
Dean, who went trout fishing on Little
Chewaucari, returned home Friday, re
porting good success and a pleasant trip.
The brick building, next to the Mono
gram, now being constructed for Dr.
Daly, is going up rapidly. H. Sohminck,
the hardware man, will occupy the
Mrs. J. W. Brown and family have re
turned from their summer outing on
Burnt Creek, a most delightful spot in
the mountains southeast of Lakeview,
and within an hour's ride of the snow.
Mrs. Rufus Phelps, the lady who was
seriously injured at Paisley a few weeks
ago by an infuriated cow, is now rapidly
improving from her injuries. The cow
was dehorned and soon disposed of by
Last Saturday A. McCallen became
the owner of the fine corner lot upon
which stood the Hopkins house before
the fire. This is considered the best
corner lot in Lakeview and has a front
age of 42 feet and is 107 feet in depth.
Manta McDaniel, who was taken to
Reno recently by Dr. Gibson to have a
bullet located in his leg by means of the
X ray, is now recovering rapidly, the
leaden pellet and small portions of
clothing having been extracted from the
G. W. Mathews and wife and Charle?
Kafader and wife, of Bidwell, arrived in
Lakeview last Friday en route to Crater
Lake. Mr. Mathews is the well-known
photographer, and will take some scenic
views on the trip. Mr. Kafader is a
prominent stockman of Modoc.
From a bunch of 2,900 sheep, owned
collectively by Joe Ambrose and the
Loveless Estate, 26,488 pounds of wool
was shorn this season. The wool was
divided equally, Ambrose shipping his
to John Lee on consignment, and the
executor of the Loveless Estate ship
ping to Justice, Bateman & Co., Philadelphia.
National Republican Ticket.
wili.i a ai Mckinley
For Vice President
of New York
Back Into the Fold.
United States Senator William M.
Stewart, of Nevada, ha9 cone back to
the Republican fold, and is out witn a
lengthy statement giving the reasons
why he will support McKinley and
Roosevelt. He cannot stand Bryan's
politics. Among other pertinent
things Senator Stewart says:
4 The so-called anti-imperialists de
clared that the policy pursued by the
. . J t V. K. III,., I
government io put uunu hjc iuwiuh
and maintain law and order in a!! the
territories of the United States, with
out regard to the time when such ter
ritories were acquired, was 'imperial
ism,' and that any use of the army to
maintain law and order however
necessary was 'militarism,' and that
giving aid and comfort to rebels in
arms against the United States was
maintaining the principles of the
Declaration of Independence.' "
"Col. Bryan has told exactly what he
would do with the Philippines, if
elected," says a Populist exchange.
Yes, and by telling what he would do
Mr. Bryan has driven another nail in
his political coffin. Bryan would pull
down the American Flag in the Phil
ippines, an act that would be unjust and
un-American. However, the American
people ar not going to give Mr. Bryan
Mr. Bryan thinks the people could
safely elect him to the presidency as the
Senate is Republican, and it would be
impossible for him to do any harm to
the country in the next four years. It
isn't the country that Mr. Bryan cares a
tinker lor ils only Mr. Bryan's inter
ests that he is looking after.
The Lakeview Kxaminer report horses
in the vicinity of Alturas as being af
flicted with pinkeye. This is another
instance f home news coming from
abroad. Alturas Plaindealer.
The "lakeview Kxaminer" did not
say anything of the kind ; so the Plain
dealer'!' remark " is another instance
of home news coining from abroad."
Post Kin;: lost a big stock in the fire
but they have another iutl as good. Fine
liquors and cigars; A. It. C. beer. Under
the ojth hoiiM. 23
What Dnnlap can't furnUh you in
fancy groceries you needn't look for
elsewhere. 33 2
KM. Pagmllo. representing San!orn
& Vail, wa in town several dayi this
W. M. Duncan, of Silver Lake, wan
vi-itin in Klamath county last wek.
IN OUE NEW STPOBM
EVERY LINE COMPLETE.
Bailey & Massingill
ill TOO HiciiiEs
PILSSFJJ. & CO.
I vWrit tor CoUIopj. and Prices. PORTLAND, OREQOW.