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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1900)
LAKEVIEW. OBEGO. HKPT. O, 1WK
A carload of wagons on the road for
Bernard & Son. Will arrive in a few
Born At Olete, Oregon, August 22,
1900, to the wife of John Dillard, a
Three hundred people are eamped
at the huckleberry patch, near Crater
If you travel, fish, hunt or play golf
your constant companion should be
Fine, well-fitting, handsome pattern
ready made clothing, at The Monogram.
Go there and try on a suit. 34-2
Call and see that Universal Kange at
Bernard's. It's a beauty and sells at
less price than any other good range. 34-2
The Klamath Express says that Ar
thur Carter has returned to the Falls on
his bicycle from a five months' trip to
Louis Gerber, the Klamath stock
man, has purchased from Judge Smith,
of Altaraont, 600 tons of alfalfa at
$4.25 per ton, fed out.
F. P. Gohs, who has taken up a
residence at Auburn, Cal , is spending
the summer with his son, Frank, at
the Langell val'ey stock ranch.
"Eli" restaurant, next door to Whor
ton & Fitzpatrick's; fine meals by day
week or month. Everybody know Eli
the famous chef. Give him a call. 2S-fm
Who is going to build tie dozen
cottages needed in Lakeview for the
accommodation of the many new
comers who desire to become citizens.':'
Mrs. E. D. Craig, of Klamath Falls,
has been appointed District Deputy
Grand Chief of Honor-at-Large of th
Degree of Honor, comprising the state
There are three cases of smallpox at
Callahans, Siskiyou county. The dis
ease is supposed to have been brought
to that place by a visitor from Washing
ton. Every precaution is being taken
to prevent the disease from spreading.
The Examiner understands it is the
intention of the New Pine Creek ama
teurs to produce the pretty drama,
"Above the Clouds," in Lakeview in
about three weeks. Our friends from
the state line would no doubt be well re
It is reported that a townsite has
already been laid out at Spencer Creek,
where the Oregon Midland Railroad
will have a temporary terminus. A
store is being built there by a gentle
man from Michigan, who proposes to
get in "on the ground floor."
J. D. Derevan, of Klamath Falls,
and Miss O'Brien, of Michigan, were
married at Yroka last week. The
young man recently advertised for a
wife, the advertisement was answered
by Miss O'Brien, and, after an ex
change of photos and a brief corres
pondence, the young lady came on
from Michigan and the happy event
herein recorded is the result.
At the "Sword's Point."
A range battle between cattle and
sheepowners is iminent in the Burnt
Iliver section, fays Peter Miller, of the
firm of Carter & Miller, of Baker City.
The Malheur divide is the separating
ground of the deadly foes. Sheepmen
are forced to keen their bands on the
Malheur side of tlie divide, and any in
fraction of the order promulgated by
cattlemen will precipitate a fight to the
death. The sheepmen are equally de
termined to run their bands wheresoever
they please, and shooting i9 likely to
commence at any moment. Every
mother's son of them on both sides ride
the range armed to the teeth, and are
determined to die, if they must, in the
protection of what seems to them to le
Miss Onnie Keating has returned to
her home in Oakland.
Rememler that Bernard & Son arej
strictly in the stove business. A big lot j
of the" celebrated Wilson heaters now tin J
the wav. 34-2 j
The Court House Square.
The County Court has ordered a
windmill, tower and tank for tho Court
Houmj square, and it is proposed that
tho grounds shall bo improved and
beautified in the future. Some time
ago The Examiner suggested that the
county grounds bo improved and taken
care of, and wo hope to seo the work
done in earnest. While it is not often
necessary to incarcerate anybody in
this county, stili there is an occasional
inmate of the county jail, and labor
in the Court House, square would keep
the prisoners busy, and at the same time
would be much more preferable than
spending their hours of imprisonment
in the little red building, which is
called "the jail." Once tho word is
given out that prisoners are to be put
to work in the Court Houmo Square,
leneath the beautiful shade trees, we
shall exict to see a a rush to get into
jail. With plenty of water, a good
lawn mower, and a pruning knife, tho
square should soon bo converted into a
I HOW TO DISPOSE OF CHINA, j
That Is the Question Now Agitating the Civil- I
ized Governments of the World.
London, Aujr. 29. William St. John Broderiek, un
der Secretary of State for Foreign A (lairs, speaking
this evening at 1 hornicombe, said: "We cannot
undertake to govern China ourselves, or with the
assistance of the other Powers.
Hong Kong, Aug. 29. It is rumored at Ainoy that f
10 ifC Torinnn trnnrw n rt pmn i n c t hirn from Kormrwn.
No vacant houses in Lakeview.
J. S. Field, the merchant, with his
daughter, Ottie, and Mr. and Mrn. Far
n am Harris, started for San Francisco
last Sunday morning, going to the rail
road by private conveyance. Mr. Field
will purchase a large stock of general
merchandise for the Fall trade, and Mr.
Harris will select a complete stock for
the new furniture store to be opened by
him upon his return. TKe party will
camp out until they reach the railroad,
and expect to be absent alout three
Something: New in Dentistry.
Drs. Demorest & Johnson, D. D. S.,
with 27 years' practice, are now located
in Dr. Daly's new concrete building,
prepared to do all classes of work per
taining to the profession. Porcelain
Inlays in Bridge and Crown Work,
which has never before been introduced
in Southern Oregon. Regulation and
Gold Contour fillings a specialty. 33-tf
Sugar Loaf Hill.
S. Shofner, freighter, arrived lat
Thursday from Torino with 9,000
pounds of salt for G. H. Ay res & Co.
Mr. Shofner bays the freighters would
have a comparatively easy road from
here to Termo and return if a new
grae'e were made on Sugur Loaf Hill.
This particular hill is the dread of all
who are compelled to make a living by
hauling freight over the Lakeview
Termo road. Shofner says an easy
grade could be made around tho hill
at a little cost, and that ho believes
all the freighters would subscribe to a
fund for this purpose. No doubt
everybody who travels that road would
lend some financial assistance. Tho
freighter with heavy loads and trail
wagons is now compelled to take ono
w:'gon over and "double-back" for the
others, which makes it not only verj'
inconvenient, but causes a lossintime.
Lakeview needs at least a dozen cot
tages for rent.
V. CONN, THE PAISLEY MERCHANT.