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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
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Tin' N. ('. (. surveyors are im work.
Inn in tin- vicinity ( l ikely.
II like tin' lix nl banelm!! lmy at
tend the im1i iliinrn Saturday eveiiiiiK.
(in loll, (i Itiinrlntll Itnyii' aorial dame
h'anirday fvcnlii, Mini lime n ntuxl lime.
I 'iri- A t Crooked Oeik, i.riir I ,h k
vie, trefoil, Jue II, I'.sil, ! 'lit" wife
if li'iiri' Lynch, a tiiiili'i r.
'Hi.- l.nki'view B. H. will yivi' a so
liiil .Ihi.ii- at (iiimliir HmiI Saturday
t'VCIilntf. A iit( a'tendu'ice ill ! I iim I cil .
A iriiiitiiii In mi f'Mil to roil nil li lt
two ill llii largest mercantile liriiin In
I.iiki'Mw. II it in to be inii'li' lit nil tin- ar-
rmiK nt m will Imi completed witliin
(li til-it ti'ti days.
Puis ol Snsaiiville. Sharp nf Altiiras,
7.1'Vi'li'jr of lUitiauxk, Parker of llonanza
nil oilier urn in Lakeview withlhcir
sritis ol rmc horm-s netting In condi
tion lor the July u.eriinn here.
A lew weeks au Stonewall Vernon
joiiilt tlm Krown Hn. ranch in (iooae
I.ak valley lor mxH). Last Saturday
Mr. Vernon sold tlm same proerty to
W. K. Wheeler of Minncsoiaat the same
A license to wed wan lu-l liy (mnty
Clerk (iuuilier on J mm Mi h to II. W.
Wiir.i l ami Myrtle K. Travillu.ii. Iloth
paruea ar residents of Paisley, and it la
understood i I.e wedding is to take plsee
(Jtfforil, the W.tr rn Heat Co.'a mut
ton bnye r started 12,01X1 head ol I-ke
ouuly mu't'in sheep to tlm railroad B'
HinHi.ii lanl week. He in eii-evted to re
turn today afer another bunch of fine
one from ilui Hart. nan Land.
Jim Hoydstuo returned Tuesday from
Trrino ni'li I. IK I'.ad ol merchandise
for Ijtkevicw merchants. Jim says they
don't make any charge at Trrmo mm
(or watering stock, but teamsters con
timii) to iay a rent per jiound (or liay, or
at the ra'e of 2tl r km.
Tlm Chronicle ami Fssmii.er of San
Francisco had special wrl'ers in Ahuras
and lookout all wk to npt 'be latent
news rewarding the Modoc lynching.
Kdward J. Livernah wan there to rrp
resent The Kxaminer. Poth rejwirters
left lor home yestcnlay niorninn.
Win. Smock, who several weeks ago
suffered a broken ankle by twing throw n
Iroin wagon during a runaway at
Crooked Creek, la now ahout town on
crut hen. It will lie some time br(. re
Mr. SiniM'k will entirely rerover, or Ihi
al.la to navigat without the alickn.
Jatnt-i Knelling arrivel (mm Cedarvillr
Monday at which place he ha lxen re
ciding a ilh hia family (or year pact.
Mr. Knelling came over to aee how the
wool market loomed tip, with all the
liuyem on the ground, and aaya lui will
IK-1 1 hia clip at the U-et uiarkvt price.
Ciuntlier IVoh. leMeea tf the opera
hoirne, will give the liig Fourth of July
hall. The heHt mimic in the country
w ill Im eiiKatfixl, and the hull w ill he ar
ranged in ftrnt clana aly'e for the oohi
aion. An elegant auptr will glvrtt
at Hotel Lakeviow. TickMa U
and mipier 3.
The unall cottRh'O to tK.rtli o( thu
CottnK" H"tl ha been Teinoveil to the
lot on tho opponitw aide o( the Ml reel on
tho V. K. Hurry property. Tlm two
Htory Imildlng recently conducted ax a
lodging hoiiHti in conjunction with the
('ollrtlie will he moved from Main Htrcel
to the lot vncatud.
Mirion Hitmen, who haa heen etiRAged
in luinineHa at Haker City for a long
lime, Iiiih returned to (Jtke county, and
hoiight a hlackaniithing liimineHH at
Silver Luke. Mr. Itamea' family ac
companied him from Haker county, and
are pli-HHt d tu breathe the pure nit of
old Lake once more.
8. J. Htudley and family have arrived
home after a trip to Adin, Modoc coun
ty. Mr. Ktndley return Homewlnit re
cuperated, hut Hiiya he is glad to get out
of Modoc county. Kludley thinks he
can Htund n little idiooting, hut when it
coincH to a lynching In-e he want to
"niiike liiiueolf scarce."
Tlma. Watnoti, Btl old rancher who
him been 111 Iho Honey Lake valley,
Laanoti county, Cal., for many years,
a8nhot to death last ThnrHday near
hia home by Ben Weiaenberger, a miner
who had aome ground leaod from Wt-
aon. A diapute. over water rights was
the cause of the shooting.
A crew of shearers started in oh the
I). Ilartma a sheep this week, and alter
hearing M of the big wethers went on
a strike (or 7 cents per head. The go
ing prlfje In this county Is 6 cents. Mr.
Ilartr jn would not accede to the 7 cent
detn ind and the shearers left the pens
Ha'.lman is said to have some of the
la ,-gest sheep in the county.
You ciinii'it Mwtip I'KRn, butter or pro
duce with Nenia, Hoebiick A ('., Mont
gomery Ward A Co., or other F.Hilcrn
until order Iioiiki-h. It take tho hiinl
ritrh to buy their good. local mer
rhaiitn who buy your produce, and ex
tend liimini'-H favor to you are entitled
to your pittronavpi. Think It over.
John VcriHtor In eijMvti'.l to arrive In
I'unm about July I, from Ann Arbor,
M li b , where he Iind been Inking a n..ire
in ;iw. John ban completed hia course,
alHiidiiiK aiiiocg tlm firat in a dun of
'Jm.uhi ftudenta. On hi return to thin
count V In w ill ileci'leoii a plm'u to locate
for tlm practice of hi profmion. Burim
Vi'gil Conn arrived from I'ainley
Monday evening, and intended iroinK
WeNt the name evening to attend the
fusion of the Manonic grand liMlge at
I'lirlhiinl. lie iliacovered that the Magca
were not running on time to gel him in
I'orllanil iM-fore the adjoiirntuent of that
Ixcly, and returned home Tueaday
J. F. Adams and Win. (iiiplon, the
latter a borwbreaker, were in town over
Tuetday from Merrill. Mr. Adaum baa
Juat retiirne-l from Steele Hwamp where
he purcbaMMl A. J. Jarkaoti'a borer",
y) bead of Cleveland bays all driving
horcrM. He btought 1(K) bead Up to hi
ranch, which he will match upand break
to drive, then placo on the market.
"The Fuming of Mvatery" ahow did
not attract a big crowd here. Our
people are somewhat rautiou aloiit
patroiiixiug traveling ahows, uuleas they
e imih with Bool recommendatioea. Ijike
view people need have do fear of spend
ing their luoury to are the Kudewin
ftramailo Company, which will appear
here several eveuing during 4ih of July
week. They are first-clans.
Cur. In are out announcing thu wed
ding on June 12th of K. A. Hopkinn of
Bonanza and Mina F.dilh Huhu of Kluin
ath Falls. The happy man is the teacher
of the Bonanza public achool, ami the
bride to lie ia thu daughter ol Kdiior
1 1 ime of the Klamath Republican. The
couple will reaide in Anhland, where the
groom ban Ixi-n engaged to teni'h in one
of the drpartmelila of the public school.
The burning of the firnt kiln of native
lime rock in the I-oRtus & Iitlry niple
lime mine, four miles north of I-akeview,
will tie completed to-day. AIm.uI 75,U(a
Miunda of lime will be the result. Ilia
said that it la a fine ipiality of lime.
Ijike county people who im lime will
now be wble to gut the stuff right here at
home, equally a good, if not better than
that ahipd in, and at a much leas cost.
I. K. Venator was in from his home at
Venator a few days the past week He
rays that lite tirotner A. rnator, will
start for the railroad in a few days with
a tmnd of 400 bead of rattle, which they
recently sold to W . I. Hanley and are to
deliver at Ontario. He alao informs us
that his it)ter Minn Hoe, who has been
sick at the home of her brother (i rant in
I'ortland fince January in improving and
csMcta to return to Harney valley noon.
lick Kingsley was in town Tuesday
aliowlne? a hunch of brome grass grown
ott his dry land on the Went sido. The
grass is three feet high and ba headed
out. It never had a drop of water but
what nature gave it, and it certainly
appear to be the coming thing for fod
der on the dry luinU of Lake county.
The growth is remarkable. Kingnley
will luive e ii tin-1 i'ri t mt'il lor live acrea
next NeiiHon. Farmers of Ijike county
hhotiKI all try this griiHs on their dry
1 be new bar, made out of oak and
mahogany wood, that now graces Pont
A King's handnome raloon, ia thu ad
mired of all admirers of thu beautiful.
No million outside of tho big cities (and
few in thecitieH) can sport more hand
some and contly pieces of furniture than
thu establishment of I'ost & King in
Itkeviuw. When the interior of Tost
A Kintt's saloon is completed there will
be nothing outside of Sun Francisco,'
Port land or Seattle on thu Pad Ho coast
that can touch it.
Hon. U. A. F.muiitt f Keno was in
town Friday. In relation to the move
ments of the Southern Pacilio H. IX.
surveyors, Mr. r.mmltt substantially
continued thu reiHirts published last
week, vix: that the survey up the
Klamath wus being made. Like the
progressive citizens of the county gener
ally, he la anxious to sue the early con
struction o( the road. Mr. Emmitt will
soon iro north to 1 he Jialles to survey a
larire tract of uovernment timber land
near that city. Klamath Republican
The Examiner" Oets the News.
The Kiaiuiner furnishes the U'erj.
news from the Modoc tragedies by Spec
ial wire this week. The Kranaixe'. teta
the news eveu if it has to pay for .t. We
realise that nearly all our rer.Jurs are
interested in the trauedloa t( a sister
couuty, aud couBequen'ly the last
hapeuinus by telegraph.
Oeo. If. Ayren.
See the new wrappers with the summer corsets made in them.
! ; CwEO. H. Aybmes & O. !i
HUDSPETH & CLOUD
MANt'PACTlRERS OP MIOH GRADE
BICYCLE EXTRAS, ETC.
Fourth of July
BALL and SUPPER
Will b Olvea by
GINTHER BROS., In UKEVIEW
July 4th, 1901
All Night Dance
Fine Husk O r
SUPPER AT HOTEL LAKEVIEW
Tickets, Ball and Supper, $3.00
Baseball at Mate Line.
The Lakeview baseball loam went to
New Pine t'nek last Sunday to play a
friendly gume with the team recently
orgiinizi-d at that place. The Tine Cte
bo'S have not hud an opportunity t0
practice much, but demonstrated that
when they gel down to good wor ad
net in condition they will riroVu likely
ohnps at tho tonrnamiMi' . k. C Kas-
ter is the manager and a new player at
the state line and HrtiJ o be an all-
round athlete. T'ne score of Sunday's
game stood 17 to 10 in favor of Lake
view. Tha 'ftew Pine Crtnik team ex-
tented gep.erous hospitality to the home
team and gave them a fine dinner. A
returu game will be played here next
Sunday when the same courteous treat
ment will be given the visiting team.
Lime For Sale.
The first kiln of the Lofftus A Dalrynv
pis lime mine will be burnt today, and
on June 15th the will be on sale at H. C.
Kothe A Go's. Parties can be supplied
at the kiln four miles north of Lakeview
at any time by leaving orders with . 11.
23-4t Iiorrwa A DiuTifPLe.
BIG STOEE ...
S.R. SUBLETT& CO.
Car load of
of all kinds
We are the
S. J. STUDLEY
JX. BIGr ZiZSTZl OX
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
CI IDMITI TOP
JUST OPENED. OOODS AR
RIVING ALL THE TIME.
Aa lr nrM C
m CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND UbI UUK kkkw
MralM at all henra f the
lay or Xlght
A GOOD MEAL V SMAU PRICE
Table eapplled wttk ever) thine
the market ofTorda
Fine Sunday Dinners
H. C. Wbltworth.
Kew Goods always on hand
Undertaking in every branch
Hardwood bedroom sets $27
Peerless Chilled Plow
S Hardened Steel Mole Plow
ffi The Disk Plow (Something New)
j Peerless Cang.a Fine Plow
Benlcla Star, Sulky
F. E. HARRIS II