ahc &ountu (Bxaminev Lit.it i:i, oui.oN,hi:rr. . ioo I WILLIAM HENRY PEN LAND. Tlu death of William Henry Peuland in Iakcvit-w, Jat Saturday, wan a par ticnlarly sad one, anJ public sympathy gH- out to the bereaved wife, fatherless children and disconsolate father of the deceased. Henry IVnland was horn in Shasta county, Cal., and at the time of his death, September 1, liH.nl. hi aye was .'i.Jyears, 11 months and 2"Jdays. George H. IVnland, an old citizen of I,ake county, wa father of the deceased, and, ujon being advised of the death of his fcon, arranged to come here to attend the lat cad rite.. When a short distance from home in CVdarvilie. he, too, U-ing in ill health, suddenly cllap-d, and had to ! returned to his home for medical treatment. At the time of the death the wife and little girl were 1) ing dangerously ill in another room, and are stiil under the close attention of the physician, a is also a little son who has since been taken down with fever. Since hi Innhood the decia-ed was a sufferer from a disease similar to epi lepsy and verv frequently without warn ing he would fall suddenly to the ground in a fit, from which he would emerge in a weak ami emaciatd condition, Irceaed had only Ix-en ill a few days when deatli relieved him of bin suffer ing. He complained of rheumatic ains, and it was not known until too ate that the deadly fever was consum ing him. He leaves a wife and three children, a father, brother aiM numer ous other relatives to mourn hi? death. The funeral took place from the M. E. Church on the -1th ins:. Rev. W.irtield officiated. The lloral offerings w ere pro fuse. Mrs. S. I), (.'milter ami Miss Sibyl Har ber. loth keejKTS of boarding l ouses, exchanged locations last Monday, the former moving into the Water street property, recently purchased by her, and the" latter moving to the Main street building purchased by her from Metzker & Iajwis. Both are" enjoying a large patronage and are giving satisfaction to a hungry public. A Euirene farmer was in a store the other day and some one asked him to listen to a phonograph on exhibition there. The ojterator handed him the ear tubes, fixed them in share and started the machine. The farmer sud denly dropped the tubes, saying: "Gosh, there comes a brass band, and I left the mules untied." George W. MaiKis and J. N. Givan were over from arner Saturday. The Ma pes vaqueros have driven from the Warner ranges (iOO head of beef cattle that are now pasturing at the Venator ranch. The cowboys returned to War ner to continue the rodeo, and expect to get 100 head more. The beef cattle will be driven to Reno for sale. James Snelling returned from Cedar villo last week, after having bought enough hay to winter his sheep, at $4.50 per ton. Mr. Snelling will probably re move his family to Cedarville for the winter. Ted Jaquish will come to Lake view for the winter, and he and Mr. Snelling will exchange residences. Bailey fc Massingill are receiving their fall goods daily. THE NORTH WARNER ROAD. Work to he Commenced on the Road Over the Rimrock Next Week. T. A.Crurnp, road eujervi8or in dis trict No. 5, was in Lakeview this week collecting the subscriptions of Lakeview business men for the building of the North Warner road, over the rimrock, to the Harney county line. A number of people in the North Warner section will nay their subscriptions in work, and the'supervisor says that a force of men will be at work on the road in a week's time. It is proposed to do the work so far as the private subscriptions will allow and then complete the road by county appropriation. As scon as the improvement shall have been com pleted a move will be made to have a mail route established from Lakeview 'to Shirk. Mr. Crump found all subscri bers in Lakeview ready and willing to make good their subscriptions to the road fund. He is of the opinion that this road, once made easily passable, will be of incalculable benefit to Lake view from a business point of view. He .-ays the Deep Creek road alone, since its completion, has benefited Lakeview many thousands of doliars in trade, and that the road now about to be con structed will surpass it greatly in draw ing trade to this joint. It is to be hoed that the work on the new road will le prosecuted until it is made a highway of easy'travel to the Harney line. Dissolution of Copartnership. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership existing since August KM), between O. F. iMn.ieSt and J. 1. 'Johnson, in the profession of dentistry, wiilU' dissolved on ."aturday evening, .September 8, liX), by mutual consent. "(). F. Dkmokest. J. B. Johnson. Lakeview. .Sept. 5, KMJ. 35 County Treasurer's Notice. Notice is hereby given that there are funds in the county treasury for the re demption of all outstanding county war rants protested from September 10th, 18, to November 7th, 1890. Interest on the above warrants will cease after September 7th, 11KX). Lee Beall, County Treas. Lakeview, Or., Sept. t, KXM). City Delivery Directory. The following merchants are the pat rons of the city delivery : J. S. Field, Geo. II. Ayeks & Co., Lakeview Soda Works, Whorto.n & Barnes, B. Rey nolds, Bernard & Sox, Bailey & Mas binoill, Lee Beall. VIRGIL E. GREENE. City Deliveryman. 35-tf James Taylor, prominent stockman of Sprague River, was in Lakeview last week after a load of Hour and feed. Mr. Taylor has made a success of the stock business, and is one of the most popular men of Klamath county. Warner Snider has been at Crater Lake, Ashland and other points during the last two weeks, having made the trip on his wheel. He will return home in a few days. C. F. Shepherd, the rustling agent for the Crown Piano, arrived here Sunday from Surprise Valley, where he made a delivery of several musical instruments. See Bailey & Maseingill's line of fall and winter dress goods. BARNUM-SIMPSON. At the home of C. A. Rehart, at Crook ed Creek, Lake county, last Sunda)', September 2, a very happy event occur red the marriageof Eli Barnum and Miss Myrtle Simpson. Both are well known young people, the groom the eon of Frank Barnum, and the bride the daughter of Mrs. C. A. Rehart. Judge Tonningsen officiated in his usual happy manner. The bride looked charming in white silk and a veil of orange blossoms. Af ter the ceremony a wedding dinner waa enjoyed, and the happy couple received the congratulationsof numerous friends. The following people were present and witnessed the ceremony: Mr. ami Mrs. C. A. Rehart, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnum, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. WrightDr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith, Misses Nell Simpson, Ella, Rose, Edna, Mildred, Kaleen and Marie Rehart, Genevia and Oilie Wright, Louise Dus enberry, Messrs. Charlie, Wildie and Carl Barnum, J.W., Artie, Roy and Bennie Rehart, B. Gruman, B. M. Sny der, W. F. Grob, Wm. Kent, N. Wilcox and Geo. Tavis. The following wedding presents were received by the newly married couple: C. A. Rehart, cow ; Mrs. C. A. Rehart, lamp; Mr. and Mrs. Barnum, silver tea pot; Mr. and Mrs. Wright, cake stand; Dr. ainl Mrs. Smith, silver card tray; Miss Rose Rehart, window curtains; Misses Edna Rehart and Nell Simpson, lemonade set; Miss Ella Rehart, berry set; Miss Rose Stanley, set glass ware; MiMes Genevia and Oilie Wright, ealt and pepper shaker ; B. M. Snyder, bed spread ; W. F. Grob, silver butter dish.; Wm. Kent, wash-tub, wash-board and arsoap; B. Gruman, set silver knives and forks; H. C. Rothe& Co., set table linen. Contractor Childers commenced last Tuesday laying brick on the two build ings to be constructed for Dr. Daly, op posite tiie Reynolds building. The cor ner building " when completed will be occupied by Lee Beall as a drug store, and the other by C. II. Dunlap, fancy groceries. George Spring, the notoriously bad , Indian from Alturas, was in Lakeview last week. Spring married a white girl in Modoc county several years ago, and has been troubled with the bighead ever since. He was here to show the Lake view tribe how to gamble. From all re ports he was successful. Last Monday S. V. Rehart sold to Charles Tonningsen the house and lot on Canyon street, opposite the residence of Harry Bailey, lie also sold the lot adjoining on the west to J. M. Handluy, upon which the ow ner will build a car penter shop. Frank Roaier was in from the 70 ranch last Monday seeking medical aid. While assisting in putting down P. & B. rooting on the big barn at the Heryford Bros, ranch the poison dust from the roofing got into his eyes and almost made him blind. Clint. Linebarger was engaged this week in removing the building, formerly occupied by C. Henkle as a saloon, from the lot on Water street to J.H.Turpin'e half-block on Dewev street. The build ing will be arranged for a residence. F. M. Barnum, of Gale, has taken his family to Klamath Falls for the winter, and his children will attend the public schools at that place.