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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1901)
I THE TWENTIETH
All kinds of News Notes
(. F. Maupln was here (mm Wsrner
Ike I MMt Week.
((mii Thompson of Jacksonville ar
rived here last Monday.
Patent adjustable window screen at
Tln I.akeview public school will close
tr the lirm tomorrow.
Mr. Thomas Cotter, the wool-buyer,
will I here thin vitiliK
MIk Ituiiii Whltmore ha returned to
lr home near llonanxa.
Mr. A. Amick o( Niw I'inet'reek wait
visitinu friend here yesterday.
Jam Kiillinan ha recovered Irotn a
dangerous attack ( pneumonia.
We have a full linn of paint and oil
junt arrived. Lkmom A IUmr.00.
1M u in Ovrlni of I'limli was a bul
nr visitor in I-skeview last week.
W. It. Joliimon mini wife were up from
Willow Itanch lal week shopping.
J. C. Oliver, who wan attacked lat
week with iniMiiiioiiia, is retried on the
Ladies Shirt Waist, aP color, all
style, at all price, at liitdxT'.
Virgil Conn, tho I'aislcy merchant,
a hero Ut week on lit way to Nan
I hiii Maloy ha rlUTin from War
ner, where tie ha been lMik intC after hi
Mi Ho 1111 will lart for her homn
at Myrtle Creek, Ireful, iieit Tuesday,
on an cite mled visit.
Th I'ual man at railey was billed
by a tar a pair of hare arm. Ilia
dreama now are. all of heavenly thing-
Our new, freh groceries are juat in.
Everything you could with for in that
line at our store, l.svo A Hatk.
The marriage of Frank I. Light and
Mi Minnie A. Cannon wa solemn I red
lat evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mr. F. Miller.
The Misses Vineyard havu closed
very suecestdul term of achool at Lake
C'ty, Modoc county, and returned to
their home at New Pine Creek.
Ladies' Mi' and Children's Shoe
aiJ handala.- Diotwr's. ...
Wm. Farrell haa lieen asiating in get
Unit The F.xaminer water motor in place
during the past week. Mr. Farrell i an
all round handy mail wherever you
Ir. Hall inform The Kiaiuiiier that
Mi 1-cmIi (ireen. eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mr. I.. It. (Jreeit of the Clover
Flat station, in very ill with pneumonia
The cane i very serious.
several gentlemen 01 lakeview are
interesting themselves in the establish-
meiit of a Court of Junior Forresters for
youths from 8 to 1(1 year of age. Sec
notice in thi issue headed "Junior
(ieorge W. JohiiHon has accepted a h
aitioii n assistant cahier in the Hank
of lakeview. He continues to hold the
position in the Lakeview ofllce, assist
ing Postmaster Wilcox upon the arrival
and departure of mail.
Mr. Kiwi ha some fine view of tha
school huilding, teacher and pupil.
Kvery child hould have one. Parents
are invited to call, and see them at the
atudio. 18 1
Hon. If. L. Benson, Judge of the Cir
cuit Court for this district, arrived here
last Kumhty from Klamath Falls. Court
convened lat Monday and adjourned to
Saturday, Muy 11th. The regular semi
annual term of this Court w ill be con
vened on May 20th, when several im
portant caaes w ill Ik heard.
Zephyr Gingham, 12uc a yard, at
Mr. II. It. Ihtnlup and children left
by private conveyance laat Sunday for
Mr. Iuulap's old home at Montague,
Cal. They went along, with Mr, and Mrs.
ftinehait, in a scpuratu carriage. Mrs.
I u n lap expects to remain all summer.
The Sheriff says an abundance of good
tiling wero left in thu larder, but
"hutching" in not to hi liking, and the
lnni'lincHM of hi home hus driven liitu
to Hotel Lakeview,
Minn Klllo ltinelinrt, who for several
months pant haa been danguroiiHly ill tn
I .ukc view with npendicitiH, and who re
cently gained HiiHiciciil strength to re
turn to thu homo of her parents at
Cediirville, writes to Mr. and Mra. F.1
mer It itic-liai t of Crooked Crock that she
Ih feeling much better and is able to do
light houaework. Tho young lady's
many friends will he plotted to Writ of
her improved condition.
You bet your
"Are you a Buffalo?'
The April weather rfixirt appears In
A. W. Charlton Is paying lU-tio a
I lor n-At Altnra, May 2, l!M)l, t the
wife of Tho. Frawley, a son.
The new style of Summer Hat can
b had at Ilieher's.
Atxiut 4,0tX) people left Chiigo on
April :th for the I'ariflc (Viaat.
Tom Handley returnel Monday from
a "btiHine" trip to Ft. Ilidwell.
If. It. Heryford ha hei-n iiit ill the
pant week at hi suburban home.
8. J. Htudlrv, who ha Iwvn ill fimv
eral week, waa in town last Monday.
Itlg team are rolling in daily from
Termo with merchandise for Lakeview.
The N C-O. put on the Sunday train
between Iteno and Termo on the 5th inst.
Ijike. county, Oregon, lias 10,000
Kjuarn mile of teiritory and only 2H00
A man sometime shot's hi ignorance
by talking, but never by holding bin
Johny Murphy, an old-tinmr of Altu
rn, ha returneil to that towu from the
All the crop In (imm take valley
from I-akeview to Iavis Creek are said
to be doing well.
Smith, the lather and kalominer, is
doing some fine work in the third story
of ilotl Lakeview.
An appropriation of 3,000,000 will I
aaked the general government for thu
Oregon Fair in llMlo.
Wm. Micklo has born appointed
general manager of the Southern stage
line, by F. O. Hunting.
I Sain Mays of Ft. Ilidwell was last
week committed to tlie Xap, Cal.,
asylum for the insane.
Kleven dairymen of HatCreek, Shasta
county, have cooperated in the establish1
inent of creamery at that place.
When a girl washes all around the spot
where her fellow kissed her the night
before things are beginning to look
Chas. Wayman of Chico, ami a crew
of ten men, reached here last week to
U'gin shearing a portion of the Lake
George Keiaer. brother of K. J. Keiaer
of the Ashland Valley Kocord, died
April 28th in Kansas City, Mo. He
formerly resided in Yreka.
Mr. Mc.Naughton is having the Wes
tern coaches all repaired, painted and
leathered for the summer run. The ve
hicles are started off in handsome style.
Studley A Harris, furniture dealers
and undertakers, received from below
last Sunday a fine hearre.
J. O.' Davison, for twenty-one years
representing on the road The A. D. Hop
kins Co., Sacramento, Cat., was a guest
at Hotel Lakeview several days during
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wise of Plush
were in lakeview last Monday, bring
ing with them their little girl for medi
cal treatment. The child is sufteriuig
Sugtr, Sugar, Sugar, at Weber's.
Men's Summer Suits irom Id, at
Everything will soon be arranged now
so that Lnkeview fan say 'He!!')!
Silver Lake, 100 miles to the north.
That Lake County Telephone system is
going to be a great convenience.
Mis Myrtle Smith of Cedarville, who
recently pasaed a successful exami
nation and received a certificate to tench
in take county, is now In charge of the
Coggswfll Creek school, down tho valley.
Tiie N-C 0 people are putting on some
new passenger coaches, modern impro
ved, that w ill la) a groat change for the
voiufort niiil convenience of passengers.
No use talking, tho N-C-0 pooplo are
getting there hi good style. Nothing but
the lcst ii good enough lor them.
Mrs. Albert Dent find two children
arrived from liisumrck, Mo., lfist Tues
day evening, (piito unexpectedly. Tho
little hum, who was dangerously ill lor
several months at Jiimnfirck, has entire
ly recovered and tho family is in good
health. Messrs. lldrton and Stewart,
two young men from Missouri, accom
panied Mrs. Dent to Lakeview. They
are related to Gordon Garrett and Mrs.
S. K. Sublette.
Windsor, 20 Bars $1
Cudahy's Soap, 5 cents per bar
Figprune Cereal, 3 pkgs for $1.
The latest substitute for Coffee.
Geo. 11. Ay res.
H. C. Whitworth.
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HUDSPETH & CLOUD
MANUFACTURERS OP HIQrl ORADE
BICYCLE EXTRAS. ETC.
South of the
New Goods alwais on hand
Undertaking in every branch
Hardwood bedroom sets $27
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WlBUM & BUEKUS
II. L. Chandler got nicotine poison
the first of the week while engaged in j
dipping shei'p at the S. B. Chandler;
place. He made the solution too strong
and absorbed the nicotine. His cane
was and is still quite serious, Dr. Steiner !
Misses Lillie Burrus and Minnie Can-1
non (now Mrs. F. P. Llght)arrived home !
from Portland last Saturday, after an j
absence of six months. Miss Burrus
has been attending college in Portland.
The many friends of the ladies were
pleased to welcome them home.
F. 8. Gordon, a civil engineer, passed
through this country this week looking
for desert land. He dropped into this
office last Wednesday morning and spoke
in glowing terms of our future possibili
ties, and said there was every indication
of permanent prosperity for Modoc.
New Line Indies' Percale Yramors
jroin Oceacn up, atDienur a, ;
Mr. and Mrs. F.lmer E. Klnehurt and J j
son left for San Fiancicco last Sunday.
They go via Shasta valley to the rail
road, and will vicit relatives of Mrs.
i-incliart iu Ked Muff, County Clerk
Will Fish and wife, before going bn to
Ihe city, Their stay at tho Bj.y will be
If nil reports f0 true a lree.e of ex
citement was crvated iu the Ft. Bidwell
neighborhood recently that threatened
Bcrious. results. One Dr. Bradbury is
suppOHed to have gome on a hurried visft
to a brother phyBi.cian and surgeon to
havo some lead vetuoved from a tender
part of his antinomy.
S. L. McNaughton, proprietor and
superintendent of the Ager-Lnkeview
stage line, arrived from the West last
week, and is spending several days here
on business. Mr. McNaughton is giv
iv.'i good service on his line and is con
stantly arranging affairs for the better
convenience and comfort of his patrons,
Spades, Shovels, Garden Hoes, Garden
Bakes, Hayforks, at the lowest prices,
Car load of
of all kinds
We are the
The Peerless Chilled Plow $
? Hardened Steel Mole Plow $
The Disk Plow (Something New)
8 Peerless Cang, a Fine Plow
a Benlcla Star, Sulky plow
S. J. STUDLEY
F. E. HARRIS
STUDLEY & HARRIS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Just opened, qooda ar-
RIVINQ ALL THE TIME.
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
Snider Bui ding on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
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MnU at all bourn or the
k.lly or Sight
A GOOD MEAL V SMALL PRICE
Table muiU-1 with evrrythiux
the market ofTortla
Fine Sunday Dinners