Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1901)
LAKE COUNTY EXArtlNEi ' LAfctiVlfiW. oACOON, JULV 4, tOOf.
All kinds of News Notes
The Pulpit Orator Turns III At.
tentlon to the Church Pep
pie and Tells Them
Few Sound Pacts.
v V V V
v V V
Hear the egle scream.
Burning kisses always go with sparks.
E. E. Bond came in from Plush Saur-
R. S. button o( Bonanza arrival Sun- J
Look out for the horrible "horribles"
The County Court it in regular session
this week. '
Did you hear thu annons Ihhuii this
O.T.Anderson is here from Bly to
see the sport.
De Bryan of C lover Flat was in town
Judge Sperry has been slightly indis
posed this n k.
The Cedarville baseball tem is expect
ed here to-night.
Roy Wilson of Phoenix,' A riionia ar
rived here "ues Jay.
. Jud Field )ias pretty window and
other firejptj Diji.gs. J ;
. Elect ric.ljjht hills are now due and
.payable at Bieber's. 2t-lt .
The sample-room for Hotel Lakeview
li oearing completion.
Get good Tdggy at Bernsrd's, so you
I-vunyiMif t Miller says ho would re-
.....ii 111 iviainaiu rails, lire., June Joice to save even editors, baseball plv
- tout ..:.. ti t. I . .
... ,,. j. vnitwotHi,,fami saloon keeHr , and pleads with
can Vo home in style.
M.Lauerai'id Mr. Cherry of A Hunts
are taking in the sports.
A. H. Leonard of Davis Croft u
visiting Lakeview Friday
If you miss the ra.e today, tomorrow
and Saturday, you will miss some snirit-
J Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Coulter are now
I sojourning at Westminster, Orange
There is amusement for evervliodv in
Lake iew this w.-ek nud every Imdy is
takinif it in.
The outlook for the liny and grain
crop in Jackson county is poor, owing to
the late rains.
A. N. Lapham, the Barnes Vallev
stockn an was in I-nkeyiew on land busi
ness this week.
Tom Welsh was one of the earlv ar
rivals from Paisley to take in the weeks'
sport in Lakeview.
Go and see Cheney the harness man
while vou are in town. Il I
.stock of everything. tj
A 2 cent freight rate has been eth.
Ilshed on.the Southern staire line between
J. M. Inncs, director of the Lake
County Agricultural Society, arrived
Sunday from Chewaucan.
Born At Willow Ranch, Modoc
County, Cal., June 30th, to the wife of
Pick Vincent, a daughter.
Louif Gerber, the well known stock.
roao of Klamath county, came in Monday
these sinners n come forward and net
salvation. This is canying out the doc
trine of the Good Bis.k. "While the
lamp holds out to burn, the vilest sin
ner may return." Incidentally, last
Thursday evening, the gixxl man rapeil
the knuckles of the church people with
a thorny Mirk. He delivered a spirited
mid pointed aidics in which he scored
the religious Hople who habitually at
tended church, but who ;eriHt,'iitlv re
fllMedtoget nearer to GimI. He pleaded
strongly with those who were "almost
there," but refused to come in at ih
open diMr before it was cliMcd on them
forever. Truly, has Evangelist Miller
stirred up things in a reliunnis sense
during his few weeks stav in lakeview.
as they have liew-r U-en stirred before.
I'osribly the words f the g spel have
been put more forcibly and logically,
and the iteuioiist rations of 1 i..t n ...... I
pointed and plainly by Mr. Miller than
by any here !efiv him.
Last Sunibiy evening the audience nt
tlie Methodist "hiirch was 'delighted
with the sweet singing furnished by Mr. i
ami .Mrs. Mi er. "IJl.t iiihuV.it...'
is beautiful and in that Mrs. Miller
shows a sweetly cultivated soprano. The
church was crowded to Handing room.
All lines of Summer Goods' at re
Everything will be sold regardless of
j. . ........ -j , v
Bert Reed of New Pine Creek was An. t0 Alexander perform
inz DUlne88 here Katiinla. I "All thn wnrl.l I nvie m lana -.It
Mrs.S. W. PeoDerdiue. the Alturas ITS KDunl.p'. tor cream, and
T If? i. -
Il,t ..h - '"''nian arrived irom Termo
e. I't oveTioo Tthem. " Friday with . big load of nierchan
96 l5r mercliants
ui n mrner i
were viuitora here last week. otne good baseUIl will be witnessed
TheRude-in Cmn.. .i . -yoe ween Bi.yer Lake and Paisley
.k .v. ' .V ' wuiumea ana wie ineview team.
Gc to the O.ttage Hotel for a gxsl
meal luritw Fourth of Julv week. TIm.
lttage is the only i!5 cent house in
Lakeview and gives you plenty. J
Look at iKu XI
men arop into the Due store. 26
Judge Tonningsen handled consider
able probate business this week
Cattie buyers are now offering five
cents for cows and sis for steers.
When you want a dih of delicious ice
cream call on Hudspeth i Cloud. 26
many a man to become crooked.
Gamblers are not all bad. The keeper
ot a fare game is an I deal man
Miss Josie Harvey wiil lie "Angel of
ieace in the celebratiou today.
A. B. Kruiklin reports or crops gen
erally in the Davis Creek vicinity
f : i : rr i .
.'ininie laytor ot Alturas was a
guest .t Hotel Lakeview last Friday
A number of the "liovs" Kot in early
io take in the full week's enjoyment.
t..t. .. i . .
miu vieorge jiaupin came in
Saturday to remain during the races.
Those who attend the base bail tourna
ment will be accommodated with seats
Jack Mauley, the rustler of the "Rust
le ," has returned from a visit to Mod.c.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Overto.. are in
from Plush tliia week to take in the fun
Mrs. George D. Harrow arrived froi.t
J aisley Monday to remain during the
John Xyswarner arrived Sunday with
big load of goods for Lakeview mer-
J. ha -its.
i ne i.re ciacner and tlie bomb are
lia-.ing a good time with young America
V. T. Kingery, one of Lake county's
w. ' ,.owers, was in from the camp Ust
lion. V. Conn of Paisley was a Uisiness
-visitor here ast week, teturning home
Mrs. Frank D. Smith and children
'have ret imed from n extended visit at
The Examiner force celebrutes today.
"No work in this office on the National
The Annual Reunion of the Southern
Oregon P.oncers w ill be held in Ashland
Mrs. fnr" Post relumed from Unlwell
this week, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Withers and wife arrived from
the north Monday, to remain until after
Mrs. Dr. Smith and son will arrive
home on the 15th inst. Mrs. Smith is
now visiting her parents iu McMinu
Sufficient money has leen subscribed
io Alturas to i nfllirA A ailr.n..ufiil f . i - .
that pUce in the middle of September.
Twelve carloads or 275,0f)() noun ls of
baltvl wooi was shi piied from Hennner
to J. Kosland & Co., Boston. June 27tb.
Misses Emma and Iillye Grohs have
returuetl to their summer home in Lan
gell valley, Klamath county, from Au
burn, Cal., where they pa-scd the win
Wm.. McKay, the Reno sheeninan
well krttfwn in 1-akeview. has oicked ui
a big bunch of sheep iu Crook and Grant
counties, and has started them toward
Lakeview Camp, No. 526, Woodmen
of the World, will install officers on
Wednesday evening, July 10th. After
installation ceremonies a banquet wilt
County Clerk Gnnther issued a license
D. . . i . ..MM, MiTi innufii n iieense
Big interest is taken in the pony races. ,, June 27,h, authorizing the marriage
MflA irruiil Di'in'.L ..... ..I .
Some gCKid animals are showing their
mettle on the Lakeview track this week.
The total valuation on Jackson county
projierty for the year of P.MJI will he
nearly 15 per cent higher 'ban that of
Have VOtir tflififnirnttli mudu anil
ave ir colored. Mm. Knox will Kive
yon an uihm work in thin li
get in the city. 26
In the vote for Gnddets at the ApIi-
land celebration, at last accounts Miss
Gertrude McCallen led all candidates
with a cote of 582.
Gallagher and Miss lira
lio'h are residents of New
ir. and Mrs. Hewey arrived from
CedarviUe Tuesday to take in the Fourth
lieie. rbey were accompanied by Mrs.
W. S. Morl.y, who will visit friends for
a short time.
J. E. Reynolds has bought in Wheeler
Coun'y -100 head o cattle, which will be
delivered at Fossil and driven to Arlii g
ton. The prices were 18 for steers and
fli for heifers
Willi. E. Scammon arrived from Rm.k ' t"l",;o 'Cal' PBlr '"X '
c. I greai a-arcny oi orosen mules In
l 'VCWIIIIJUll . , ,
Lodging House Restaurant.
Mrs. E. H. Day, Proprietor.
-The Only 25 Gem House in lakeview-
ttaurant and Lodtmit? 1K(mim lmv lu.tK lutrt hWnpr.nk.
r-t - - - r -------- . iiuiv Mwre-
ly renovated. Uomi table vervice and cKnn brl.
The comfort of our pntrotm will always be ear first
aim. Call at The Cutairu for inwvi mwlanl
Creek last saturdav.
is accompanied by his
will remain all week.
See Drs. C. D. Brandom AT. A. Birtcb
the graduate eye specialist, for defective
eve stifht. Watch these f.filnriiriu fit.
their office location. 2s
Miss Flavia Fisher, a charmina voumr
lady of Summer Lake, is here to spend
the week wilh relatives and friends, and
to wit' ess the sports.
EverylxxJy should attend the baseball
tournament on ihe grounds south of
town this afternoon and the forenoon of
Friday and Saturday.
Thomas McGrath, of Goose Lake, sold j C4tffl telegraph
a residence in Little Shasta during Ins
recent visit to Siskiyou. Mr. McGratli
still owns property there.
The Examiner displays its patriotism I , . . ,,,, ,u
tlo T u I. ...I ,.:i. .! " . v,D.
......... , unum nuioi lil , n .iu havu tiu. i.l.i.l .......
, ....... ... Kj Wp av
Butte county this year, and Ihe mule is
very much in demand for harvesting
work this summer.
C. P. Ferrel of Ueno arrived Monday
with the good race mare "Wiriii." It is
said there is good mettle in Wing, bur.
me lonu trip, her owner says, bus not
been to her advantage.
George Hat row says lie feel as well
as could be expected under the circum-
staces, and that ja ople need not think
he got the big head over "Veva Sinfax's
Revenue, stamps are m't attached to
bank checks, deeds, mortgages, certifi
money orders, etc. The new order went
into effect last Monday.
The baseball Ix.ys get out every eveti-
true Americans ci izens love and revere
he Red, White and Blue.
J. D. Guerraz, a former Lake county
stockman, hut now of Man Jose, Cal., is
here to siiend the summer. Mr Guerras
in accompanied by his wife.
See the McCormicks at Schmink &
Son's while you are in town this week.
Have Schmink show you the latest in
Mc.Cormick agricultuaf implements. 26
Two hundred thousand pounds of wool
sold last Friday in Baker City at 1U
cents, and 500,000 pounds sold at Shani
ko on the same date at ll.
While you are in town this week drop
into Fred Ahlslroui's saddlery and look
at his handsome establishment. Noth
ing like his stock outvide the cities. 26
W. V. Miller, Holla McDonald, of
Paisley and A. B. Schroder, V. T. Gra
ham and U"y P. Martin of Silver Lake
arrived from the north Monday,
Lakeview on the 4th and pnll down tliai
$200. Cedarville Record.
Mrs. Ixiu Green and Miss Ella Calla
han, the teucher were down from Clover
Flat Station last Saturday. It was Mm.
Green's limt visit to Ne v Lakeview ami
she scurcely knew the town.
A Vale correspondent says that hay
ing began this week on a few ranches
near Vale. Considerable difficulty is felt
in getting hands. The wages paid this
year w ill be 2 a day and board.
Indian society of Bid well, Warner,
Modoc and other places is strictly in
evidence here this week. The great
"unwashed" tribe is a great admirer of
the wlii.e man's National holiday.
When you come back from the track
tired, hot and dusty go toFrank Smith's
next disir to the Bank, and get a re
freshing hot or cold bath and a good
siiave. There is nothing so invigorating.
To Fit Any Foot
The Cheapest and the Best .
At AHLSTROM BROS.
-r . , . I " "t
WHY FIELD CAN Q1VB VOU THB
...BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN.
FIQURE IT OUT YOURSELF, IT JVONTTAKE LONO
I pay bo rents, I pay no clerk, but do my own
work. IT'S EASY to see how I can give you
better bargains th&n any house in the county
-U 'Yf.. Jr.
J. S. FIELD
On Main Street
" Uke lew ' ((J)