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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1901)
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Now for tho Wood ni mi ball onlhe22d.
"Buy your tickets lor the IVgre o(
Honor ball at 0. U. Snider's.
Commercial travelers have been
numerous in I-akeviewr this wk,
Go and es all the pretty women and
pretty (rocks at thft IVgree ol llouor
Mr. ami Mrs. Thos. Mulkey of Willow
lUnch district were business visitor in
"Lake view Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I". Sessions have re
turned to Ft. Bidwell from an extended
visit to Keno and other points.
Representative Emuiett has introduc
ed in the Legislature a bill for the in
corporation of the town of Bonanza.
C. M. Oliver, the stockman and
rancher of New l'ine Creek, was in
tiown Monday with a small load of fine
The Yreka railroad was bonded for SH
Jays and th time limit for accepting
the road by an Eastern syndicate ex
Iloru In Lakeview, Oregon, Feb. 10,
1901, to the w ife of George Whorton a
Il)-lb. son. The younger has already
$een named Dan Mal jy Whorton.
CC. McCray, the "Missouri drum
mer," well known in Lakeview has just
returned with his wife to California
after a two months' visit to his old home
in Pike county, Missouri.
Miss Annie Bauer of Aurora, Oregon,
who has lieen spending several week at
Klamath Falls and Merrill, visiting Mrs.
5. Ed. Martin and other friends, return
1 to lw?r home last week.
W. J. Dorris and Miss Mary Elma
Dean were married in San Francisco on
January 34 th. Mr. Dorris is manager
-yi the Modoc Land an i Livestock Com
pany, and he will take his bride to her
future, home at Likely.
E. B. Kamsliy drove in the Western
la-H Tuesday, lie is once more on the
!wi rvirularly after a pleasant visit with
relatives at Klamath Falls and Merrill.
"'Doc' says snow is now drifted in the
-streets of Klamath Falls to a depth of
Ihrve to rive feet.
Harry Bailey left by the Southern
last Thursday morning for San Fran
cisco, here he w ill purchase a big sto:k
erf good for the firm of Bailey A Massin
iill. Mr. Bailey will be absent ahout
thirty days, combining bui-iuess ' m illi
George II. Rogue arrived this week
'frnm Ashland accompanied by his fauii
ly who have been making Ashland their
lome for a year. They will again take
their residence near Paisley, on the
-ilt'aJia farm recently purchased by Mr.
Clint Linebarger was taken suddenly
.V. lat Friday night, and was threatened
MfUh jiufijiiioiiia. Later on he was at
Jiok-d w ith neuralgia of the stomach,
and the disease reached the heart, lie
was in a dangerous condition fur u time,
but i.- reported much U.-tUr at this
$.. i (itubbs, fur a tiiiK! County
t.'ierk hi .Modoc county and for many
yi-Jir' lii-pu'iy in tli e various county
jllj.-es and also for a time school teacher,
iias J'-l't A din and is imw an inmate of
the M.i-.d.ic Widowr and Orphans Home
1 Just don't like
lis Uu't nice at
Tbe other day 1
dropped a line
And asked tbat
he would call
And at my home
Like Santa Claus
THE OTIIKH PAY X
PRorrcD a iuc
"Brlmr me some valentines," 1 said,
"All trimmed with paper lace,
And send our cook one dressed In red
A5D 8E5D OUR COOK ONE.
And with an ugly face
And under it a saucy song
That I can learu. but not too long."
M. II. OUY MEETS
Aa Old Rnldtnl el LaktvUw Murl.d Ovr a
Banister During a Quarral la 'prise.
The San Francisco Chronicle of Feb.
7th, has an account of a tragedy which
occurred at 61V, Hush street, that city,
in which M. II. tiny, a former well
known citisenof Lakeview met his death,
during a light with ouo John Campbell.
It pHar that the two men disputed
over money matters at an early hour in
the morning on the third Moor of a lodg
ing house. They finally grappled and a
tussle ensued in the dark hallway, when
they Uith went over the banisters anil
(ell a distance of thirty feet to the sec
ond floor. Guy never regained con
sciousness, and died while being hurried
to the Receiving Hospital. Hi skull
M. II. tiny was well known in lake
view, where hi family resides, lie
separated from his wife hIkuiI leu years
ago and left for California. He followed
the wcu pat inn of teamster and rancher
during hi residence here. He is sail
to have worked at marble cutting in
Sun Francisco. Hi age was alsmt
years. Campbell is also in the Receiv
ing Hospital, but is not dangerously in
j.ired. He is under arrest landing au
investigation of the case.
FaUley'a New I'aper.
The first number of the Chewaucan
Post, published at Paisley, by C. O.
Melxker, was issued last Thursday. It
is neat typographically, well written,
and is fairly well tilled up with adver
tisements of the wideawake business
people of Paisley. In his salutatory the
editor says that he will deal with poli
ties indccndenlly, and will use his best
efforts for the up-building of his town
and the territory of Northern ljike.
Tne Post man also casts the shadow of
his good will and friendly feeling over
his contemporaries and hopes that the
conteiiiorarie in turn will not "t
aroused by the vile spirit of hatred for
competil ion, to all of which I ho Kx-
I a.nincr says Amen !
While we believe.
asked so much
ri "i i I ilk. Mr M-tiker bus misjudged
Santa Clans, j of the field of journalism in Ijike county,
Who never brings , and that his paper is not destined par-
rue all b e tieularly to "till a long felt want," still
ought j The Kxaminer wishes him the greatest
But, laws, j success attainable, and extends the hand
He brought so of good fellow ship.
much I'm all j
nut out. The Woodman Hull.
I thought HE d BE wo.ler what be
like santa clal'S. wa about?
Just think of it.' He brought to me.
When I was sound asleep.
Twin hrnther. nely ran be.
:.t l-.-oi.i, in company with Judg K.is
mi. !' tint Altaian Islge uf Jl.ir jn.
M M . 11. Moore, for yeaii- a popular
tea"ii' r in the Ah!aml school.-, has le.
iii--l iier p)Sitioii. aid, the gossips say,
fV -- o-.i i.ceoiiii- the I r i 1 . - of Hon. W.
v l"lirjt of Oregon City, well known all
jvi-r l. tie siuV ;is a politician and leader
of t!;e (k'i'.inrt i'ojiulist Jiarty. Mr.
t"l.'iii returned recejjt'y froio South
Tiie rahijit hunt in Willow Ranch !is
tin.'i i.-iided two weeks ago. Jt w aa a
contest between the married men and
flu- l-atehelorH the prize to he a hig sup-
oet. .Tin! htijiulatiofi was thai if neither
aide killed IW rabbits each individual
-oni-s'i.a:,t j-hould pay his part to ward
Oie Xjicnse ol the supjil.r. Neither
ih- n aclii-d tho limit, as less than "00
rairuts uere killed. The supper was
i.r;r.n ln-:t Friday flight ami was au i
; oyn'ble feast, indulged in by all the
JieVt bors of the Flat se ;tion.
T he tu'itlemen of Hhasta county, Call
foiiiia, are au active set. They have an
.i-vsid-klioii, and hold frequent meeting
Jo: rjfa adoption of rules arid agreements
imoiitf themselves for the up-building
of ti.M! -cattle industry. The association
organised primarily for mutual protec
Xii against cattle thieve, at a meet-ttk-A
Irtfld in Willville Feb. 2d the follow
An jflieer were elected: President,
iHemy IIrylord j Vice President, Joseph
. I luufcam; treasurer, Milton Ileryfordj
.swretary, J. R. Hunt; executive com
liuittee, J. M. lleryford and L. C. Hiuith.
j TWIN fiUOTHKKS, LOLY A3 CAN HE
That we have got to keep
Because inj ijMinuiii lliinks tliein fine!
I She ba.vs tliat they're my valentine!
I got a looking
j glass today,
I And wlnil il.i
I In i-pite of what
j niy u ii u ties
! There's no joint
I in my nose,
j Anil if there is it
I isn't out.
I Thai isn't why I
Sulk UIl'J pout. I COT A LOOKING CLASS
St. Valentine is moan, 1 think,
And so are all the folks.
I don't like tmliies, siniill mid pink, '
And don't like silly jokes. 1
I don't think I've been treated fair.
1'iu mad at everything, so there!
I-ovcrs of the dance and gixnl things
to eat should remember that the next
big entertainment on the program will
be the Woodmen of the World hall and
I snper which will take place next Thurs
j day night, Feb. 2'Jd. The day is a mu
, uiorable one, made so by the birth ol
i the ill jstrioiis I ieorgo Washington, and
i is recognized all over the nation us a
holiday. The day is always observed
, by some sort ol entertainment, and the
: local Camp of Wkm!iiicii ,uh selected
j the 2'M of February to lie a night of
j pleasure for all who attend the grand
t ball Complete arrangements have been
J made to make this, the lirst W. O. W.
'. bill, the swellest of the season. Au
I elegant s.ii per will he given in the ban
! qui t room of the Masonic hall, the least
to be prepared by the hands of tin: good
i lady Irien is of the older. It is safe to
say lhat all w ho attend w ill he thorough
ly entertained. Tickets to hall anil sup
! pel How oil sale at t'.."Sl
Degree of Honor Check.
Miss Mae V.. Snider, Recorder of
i I.akcshore Iodge No. 77, Oegree of
Honor, A.O. C. W., yesterday received
a check for $1,000 on the death claim of
Mrs. Fannie Toliningsen. The deceased
had only been a beneliciary meiniier of
Lakt-shore lslge five we ks before her
death, although she ei '-reil the lodge
on May loih last as a ch-irter member.
The check will be turned over to Judge
Tonriiiigscn iism his return home.
The W. O. W. ball and supticr,
ruary I'L'd, will be a swell affair.
Notice to Taxpayers.
I hereby notify the taxpayers of Lake
county, Oregon, that the assessment roll
for l'.MtO is now in my hands, and that
taxes for RtOO are now due and payahle at
my office, at tiie Court-house, in Luke
view, Lake county, Oregon, t-aid taxes
will become delinquent on the 1st day of
April, l!Xtl. From this date until tbe
said 1st day of April said taxes can Iss
paid to the amount of 55 per cent of
each man' tax in county script.
II. R. H UN LAP,
Sheriff of Lake County, Ore.
Dated Lake-view, Oregon,
February 14, RKtl. o-tf
KIN 41. ritOOK.
! fulled Htates fjnnl (iflles at l.akevlew, Ore
I (foli.Keb. h, fuel. Notice Is hiri l.y Kiven thai
' llm lollowhiK lialiu-il setllvr lias fluid li(illi ol
lu r Int. iii.oii to iiiske final proof in hiiiirt of
' fu r ciuliii, and thai salil proof will bu mailu
I Ik lor o, B. Warlwi:ll, II. 8. (.'omiiiiiiliibloiirr at
Kllvi r iMue, Or.-Kon. March .'1, lfml, vU: M. J.
I K lurid,;!-, (willow of KrankJIn KlttriilKe.tte.ccas-
i-.l,) li. K. No. 1S75, for tliH W ', of NK'4 ami
w ' : of Hh.l4 of buu. do, I u. 27 It. 14 t. miit
l.aiiu s Hid followliiK wituuKsi'M lo p
lo prove Iier
Don't fail to attend the Woodmen ball
ou the evening of February 2l'd.
i-oiitliiuoiis riiini-e upon aul iilll vsl Ion of
said laud, v ix : A. I.. Miller, W. II. MiK'ali,
jso. II. huiall and John Jfayi-s, all ol Hiiver
. fjike, Oreou, t. M. ilSATTAIN,
I 6 Jlvflslcr
Our Closing Out Prices
It will pay you to
come here to
LudioH 1.50 WrnpjMTH 20
La.lios 2.00 WrnpporH J
LadioH 2.25 Vrajjorn J 75
Mens 2.00 Sweaters
Hoys 1.00 Sweaters
Mens 1.00 Caps
Mens 75 e Caps
Mens 0.50 Suits
Mens 7.50 Suits
New Pine Creek Roller
A. M. SMITH Proprietor.
Under tins new management this j
mill is now prepared to furnish Jlour. Br?n, SflOrtS ,
; , Corn meal Germea.
customers with the he.st ol )
and is paying highest priee for jjrain
b Orders promptly filled.
Thin adi'rrlisrTiifnf is chnnel rrmj u efk- Watch if.
For tli! next 1 i1;ivh we will sell nt
n grent r 1 1 1 t i i i j r I i; cbK-k (if
Ladies and Childrens Shoes
C'lill rurly find tii.-iki' m-1i el iniit- while we im vc dtir hic
With eucli pair of clim-h jn .1 p.iir uf reif (-lriiin the
latent tylo for Jii lie.i' fu it iv. ir . .
- r - I. I ri s s'-k a a aa
I Not for awhile
With cut prices to clean out
Goods that were bought with
But here stay
All the time with Goods that
will give entire satisfaction.
J. S. FIELD
On Main Street
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