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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1900)
LAUEYIEW, OKEGO. MKPT. 0. M
Magilton, the hardware man, received
this week some of the finest and hand
somest ranges ever seen in this section.
They arealluminum of beautiful finish,
and have all the latest attachments, and
modern improvements. He also has
the Superior air-tight heater, a finely
finished and handsome heating stove.
Many other new goods have been receiv
ed at the Magilton store during the
Large sun spots, astronomers say,
caused the extreme heat this summer,
and doctors declare nearly all the pros
trations were induced by disorders of
the stomach. Good health follows good
digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat. If you have indi
gestion or dyspepsia it will quickly re
lieve you and permanently cure you.
Leakeview Drug Co.
John Van Meter, a mining man of
Ransburg, Cal., came all the way to
Klamath county to carry off an Oregon
girl, and make her his wife. The happy
event, in which Mr. Van Meterand Miss
May Hudkins of Dairy played the im
portant roles, occurred at Klamath Falls
The secretary of the Interior has can
celled the homestead entry of William
Parks of a quarter section in the Lake
view land district, which was embraced
in the grant to the California & Oregon
The I. 0. O. F. Lodge asks for bid on
the lodge lot, Main street. Lakeview.
Here is a chance to get one of the best
building lots in Lakeview ize 30x80
feet, See notice in another column.
Alex Martin has retired from the mer
cantile business at Klamath Falls, hav
ing sold his interest to Mr. Reames.
The firm name is changed from Alex
Martin & Co. to Reames & Jennings.
The Fail River Tidings is authority for
the statement that the McCloud River
Railroad will be extended to Bartlesthis
fall and that Van Arsdale wants a thou
sand men to commence operations.
The Ringling Bros, circus outfit is
drawn from town to town by four separ
ate trains 64 care in all. The monster
aggregation has decided not to visit
Lakeview this season.
John Briles, the Davis Creek fruit and
vegetable man, was in Lakeview again
last Saturday with another load of fine
pears, plums and tomatoes. He found
Schrainck, the hardware man, has a
large new stock of hardware. He has a
complete line of air-tight heaters. See
Schminck for everything in the hard
ware line. 35-2
Warner Snider arrived last Friday on
his wheel from a trip to Crater lake,
Ashland and other points, covering three
weeks. Warner reports having had a
If you want a healthy drink, try Jesse
Moore "AA" whisky. George Jammer-!
thai sole agent.
Straight Railroad Talk.
Alturas New Er.J
Mr. Moran, of the firm of Moran Bros,
of New York, the owners of the N. C. &
O. railroad, was in Alturas last Satur
day. Mr. Moran came here from Texas,
where he owns another railroad, which
he had been looking after. Mr. Moran
while here stated that there would soon
be a change in the management of the
N. C. & O., and that the road would
surely be extended next year. He said
there would le no possible motive for
stopping at a place like Termo, and the
companv had no idea of stopping there.
He seemed very much pleased with the
appearance ot our county, and from
what we are able to learn it will le only
a matter of a short time before the en
gines of the N. C. k (). will le whistling
into Likely, for it will te there next
year, after which it will be extended to
Mrs. C. A Knox, the artit, has taken
a handsome picture of leakeview, a it
appears to-day, with building almost
completed. The view was taken from
the hillside, just In-low the city's new
water tank. Our people should purchase
these views, as they will le interesting
to look upon in years hence. The pic
ture displays without words the redoubt
able energy and enterprise of Lakeview
At the meeting of the town council
last Friday evening, to on and exam
ine bids for furnishing the town with
wood and posts, the bid of Oti Follett
for 100 cords of four foot wood at $3.S5
per cord, was accepted, and contract
awarded. The bid of 0. A. Bra '-eh for
450 cedar posts, for the town flume, at
11 cents per post, was aceepted and con
A riding tournament will le one of
the features of the Harney County fair
at Burns. The knight who wins fi r t
honors will select a Queen of tho Fiesta
and the coronation ceremonies will take
place in the evening at Flora Hall.
The state printing office has just com
pleted the printing of volume thirty
five, of the Oregon supremecourt reports.
It will be ready for distribution in a few
It is intimated that the Southern Pa
cific Railway Company's loss in the ter
rible tornado at Galveston, Texas, on
September 8th, will reach $8,000,000.
Whorton t Barnes carry everything
in the friiit and vegetable line; also,
flour and grain. Orders promptly
filled and delivered free of charge. 30-2
The building recently moved to Tur
pin's block on Dewey street, is leing ar
ranged for a residence to le occupied by
Frank Ross and family.
W. P. Huff has just completed a big
barn on his ranch at the mouth of War
ner canyon. The building will hold 75
tons of hay.
S. F. Ahlstrom, the saddler, received
this week a handsome new safe, and the
latent improved machine to sew heavy
Don't loiter on the way, but go direct
to The Monogram and see that big line
of all kinds of gloves just opened. 3G-2
Wants to Know.
(Altura New Era.)
We would like to ask the newspapers
at Susanville what has become of our
man J. Harrison, who some months ago
was here from Susanville, taking sub
scriptions and names for a stock direct
ory. He secured several thousand
names throngh this northern country,
and our stockmen are Ux-orning anxious
about the Uwk. Is it a fake or not?
We have noticed by the San Francisco
papers that the Lakeview filly, Delia
Connor, has entered in several races re
centlyin the California circuit, but re
gret to say that in each event she "also
ran." The pretty little rarer is now at
Sacramento w here she is meeting the
lest in her class.
Post A King are arranging to build
one of the finest saloon buildings in the
state. Workmen are now excavating lor
cellar and foundation, on the corner of
Water street. opjosite Geo. H. Ay res k
Co's store. The building will be a two
siory brick with a Ix-autifully arranged
The familiar sound of the Lakeview
public school 111 was heard last Mon
day morning for the first time in months.
The school ojiened Monday morning
ith a goodly attendance in each depart
ment for ening day.
Some enterprising citizen could find a
snap in the purchase of several acres in
the Walters addition and the erection of
cottages thereon. A dozen cottages
could le rented in advance Ik? fore a
nail wa driven.
Through an error of The Kxaminer
mailing clerk last week the package of
papers intended for Cedarville was put
in the Yitillis wraper, and vice versa.
The error has been corrected, and the
The family of W. W. Newman,
who formerly conducted the Schlagel
blacksmith shop in lakeview, went to
Alturas last week to reside. Newman is
now blacksmith for (J. P. Armstrong of
The Demo-pop managers have made a
"ten strike" in the fake announcement
for political buncombe that 142,000
American coal mine workmen are pre
paring to go on a strike.
In a trade of town projerty recently
made Ivtween W. K. Barry and Peter
Post, the latter tiecame possessor of the
residence on Dewey street occupied by
B. Reynolds has purchased the resi
dence on South Main street,
owned by F. M. Miller, and occupied
by Dr. K. B. Ramsby.
.1. T. Benefiel was in from Crooked
Creek last week on business. He has
some extra tine potatoes to sell atneent.
Ted Banister, the Paisley jockey, is in
Alturas and will ride for the Fent Smith
stable during the Modoc fair.
Large numbers of racehorses are ar
riving at Alturas to prepare for the races
Ed Hitchcock of Alturas, died of heart
disease, recently, some place in Calilor-ma.
V. CONN, THE P AISLE YMERCH ANT.
Complete Stock of Fall and Winter Goods.