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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1901)
LAKE COUNTY CXAHINER: LAKEVIEW, EQON AUa.2o, 1901.
ft nnnTt't hihhkihh
Modoc's board o( supervisors appro
priated t2tt to Hit fair.
The Nevada Hlate Fair at Reno Kept,
inth to KM wl!l I hummer.
tieo. W. King of Hacramento was an
arrival at llntad Iknvluw laat HuniUr.
Kl. K. Hunting ha returned from M
loll, whr-re he anointed In a mutton drive.
There are already twenty runner ami
trotter In AltiitH training (or the com
A Portland icirl m bitten ly a "kin-IiiU-Iiiik"
IhmI week ami died (mm the
Mis Maud WiMMlcick Irtf t Rundav (or
a month's vixit with relative at Klain
Henry tubman has gone to tin; rNcra
liiento Valley to sell tint hand o( hornc
he l(l thern hint apring.
Mr. ami Mra. Ueece Hkin were In
frmii Crooked Creek a lew day hint
week viwiliiiK Jnde ami Mm. Itratluin
We neglect ed to mention InhI week
that John I.. Clark, thu pninter, ami hi
lainily hud returned from ritiiiiiii ( t
t'ave hike. Chirk caught nouie tine llidi.
IlielM-rV SIiim'h are llie kind t'.at yoi
should liny They lit well, look well itud
wenr well Shoe that are (iil.tranted t
give n(lfii'liiu are the only kind wild
The privilege at the Allnru (air old
aa follow a : I'.iir privilege to John Idlxh,
$iU); hmiI pimlrge to Uirk Kin-nil), fSil;
t-andy nod lft freuin to l.ighly A Yatex
of Cednrville, f l'
"A gici-n little tiny, in a green little
way, u green little apple devoiircil one
lay; mid the green little gra.iM'a now
tenderly wave o'er tin green little apple
Imy' green little grave."
In a Hutting exhihitioii given hy two
Neighbor at a Woodman picnic near
lliNf ni.iin, WaHhitigtou, u tree three feet
one Inch in diumeler waa cut down in
six and one-half minute.
Sheriff II. It. Dunlap returned lam
r-HUinl.ty I rum Klamath Mumli, where
he went to ini-pecl hi rattle, lie made
the round trip via Hlver l-ake in seven
dv. and i'UiiiI liia stm k in excellent
The tirant I 'nun baebitll team and a
picked nine from Medford ami Juc kaon
vill played at the latter town ten tlaya
ago. Kleveu inning had to It' plnyed
Vi decide it and (iranta Paws won in a
. '.(I to 0.
'. I'nir ratno in from fiearhnrt
t week. Mr. Arthur Iihh
i, . n,t-re and nay heavy rain (ell
i i inity two weeka ago, which
' up the gram uud improved
. .ii leed.
! .J ' Notice of SMM-iul Meeting" in
iii Niie. The attention of all Odd
, V . is directed to tile notice lliut on
!neKilay evening, Sept. lllh, Hon.
; 'i. Nelwin, (Jrand M;itcr I. (). O. F.
: the SiKte if Oregon, will lie the
, tent of Lakeview lodge.
Za: Whitworth led for Termo Tues
day morning, accompanied hy Sam
Lambert, with two wagons ringed up for
carrying livcHtock. Mr. Whitworth will
bring Im. k with him a tininher of line
Lincoln hiicka, purchuNed from ttiu Lin
coln farm in Ontario, Canada.
Tho HeddinK Free Fret-a anya that nn
oil aHuter well lia heen dineovered at
WaiihinKton Meudowa, thirty-five milci
eant of Adin. The aiKiutin' hy the Free
Frexa ia all ritfht; hut thu oil well him
never materialized, and the location of
Watdiiti(tou Meadowa ia a myaturv to
inoMt all ( our residents. Next. Ce
Mr. and Mr. (leortte Miller, duuiihter
Mat), and Fphiam, Miller returned to
Litkeview IiihI week after an ahHeneeol a
year. They Mit a yreat (Kirtion o( that
time in Portland, where Mia Miller atud
ied muaiuHiid took leaaonaiu voice culture
with excellent reaulta. The family re
turned via Crater Lake. Their tnuny
frienda gvo them a hearty welcome
Two cars of powder in the awing of a
freiuht train exploded at tunnel No. 7,
aix miles north of Ulendule, on the Aid)
lund route, last week, and the train was
wrecked. There were no futalitiea. In
a liouae a mile distant from the scene of
the explosion a nick woman was thrown
from her bed by the force of the shock.
The train crew escaped as did also four
tramps who were riding on the trucks.
Ixuis (lerber informs the Kx press that
there will be a meeting railed some time
next month at Bonanza of all the stock
men of Klamath county for the purpose
ot organizing a Htoc-k men's Association.
Mr. Oerber says that there is hardly a
stock county in Oregon but lias such an
organisation and every stock grower in
the county will be invited to attend and
become a member. Klamath Express.
AhUtrom Oro't ladies gloves are guar
Horn In Lakevlew, Oregon, Auguat
22, I'.KH, to the wife of ! Beall, a son.
The finest aaxortment of randies out
aide the big cities at Wilcox's.
J. I.. Hinilh, the equitable life inatir
ance agrnt has gone to Medford on a
You ran atlll find the beat line of con
frtcllonary at The Monogram.
OtHirge llankins and Frank fjine wi n
to the llankins aheep camp on Deep
Creek laat Hunday.
AhUtrom Hro's are xtritc lilng their
miKjMMider hmdueaa pretty well. 3t
Minx Alma ltusxill h it laxt Thurxday
for May bert Nevada county, Cat., where
he will ajieiid the winter.
That Jewelry dixplay at The Mono
gram ran not be heal. 34
Wilcox bai all the latext manar.inea
and can (urnixh you all the periodicals
Itorn At Crane Creek, near I.akevlew,
Aug. 22. 11HII, to the wife of Chax. Fc
rlexton, a daughter.
Wallace Taylor, rMitierintendent (or
the Chewaiiean Land A Cattle Co., was
here on huxinexa Monday.
The home made cigars are taking well
ami Mr. Sharp ia kept buxy filling or
derx about town. The Ijikrview cigar
Ik a due article.
(i. V. Maun, who baa la-en surveying
the mining proerticx of C. W. Sain hi
Alx'rl Ijtke and Hummer Lake, baa re
turned to Keun, NevaHa.
Mra. Jot) Howard of Irew Valley was
a vixitor in Ijtkeview laxt Friday. Mrs.
Howard i preparing to xtart on a plea
mire trip to San Fran -ixco.
Whorton A Smith continue to make
improvement" to their line resort. A
line private wine room hax been (iirnixh
ed ami ix now a part of their new temple
The local telegraph line hax given thix
pud much trouble lor a week past, and
.iierator Murk haa U-en kept huxy re
pniring iM-twec-n here ami New- Fine
Mixxt-a Cora I'lielpxand Kdna Stephena
and Mrs. Frank lloas have returned
from Htirnt Creek, where they camjied a
(ew ilays with Mr. and Mra. J. N. Fitx
gerald. There waa a caxe of "run thingx hiah''
in the tenderloin district laat Sunday
night that called lor a doe id Recorder
I'nhiu-h'a medicine at ten dollars per
iMittle on Monday moruiuu.
Col. Thompxon of the l'laindealer hns
returned to Altiinta after purxuing od
oruin to his lair in the mountains, and
enjoying the xalubrioua climate of wood
ami dell (or a week.
Jim (ireen, who haa lieen riding for
the XL cattle tir us lor xeveral months
returned from thai company's summer
range in the Ifcig Itke Mountaina last
Monday, and is spending a few days in
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Dunlup and Mr.
and Mra. Kldon Wood ;ock have gone to
iKfp Creek for an outing. It i under
stood that on the way out the party got
lost, but our iuformunt w ill not vouch
for the truthfulness of the rumor.
Tom Collins, who left Lakeview about
six yvra ago, is now working for the
Chewaiiean Land A Cattle Company near
Falsley. Tom waa here Monday tdiakiim
hands with old frienda. Since leaving
lakeview- he haa resided in Arizona, but
left there because it wai too hot.
Green Smith and wife were up from
Willow Hunch last Friday. Mr. Smith
has alKiut recovered from an accident
which he met with two mouths ago,
when he was pulled from a wagon seat
while driving under a ehed. He says
i he hay and garden crops in bis
vicinity are good but the grain ia light.
lr. Hall uud sister Miss Peurl Hall
returned to Lakeview last week. Miss
Hall has been visiting her mother at her
old home near Medford since she left
Lakeview, and returns to again take up
her duties in the lakeview- public school.
Di. Hall visited his mother, and friends
at Medford and Koaeburg, and had an
Poet ilc King have now completed their
elegant private wine rooms, with elect
ric bells from each department. They
are also putting up a splendid porch and
sidewalk around the north and east
sides of their building. When all the
improvements about this splendid estab
lishment are completed the property will
be one of the finest and most up-to-dute
in the interior of the state.
J. W. Maxwell, resideut agent for Al
len A Gillwrt Company, Portland musi
cal instrument house, last week sold to
Chas. E. Moore a fine piano costing
$400. It is a beautiful instrument, and
Mrs. Moore Is rightly proud of it. Mr.
Maxwell handles some of the best grades
of pianos on the market, and as he is a
local man, our people should give him
the preference when 1m heed of an instrument.
Geo. M. Ay re.
Our line of Mercerized Sateen Skirts are
the most beautiful Creations ever seen in
Lakeview. Don't fail to see them
Those lovely Silk Waists are perfect dreams
A supiH-r given last Saturday evening
for the benefit of the Pine Creek Base
ball Club, was rather novel, in that a
bill of fare" of w hich you were to or
der your choice "dishes" from, was
found on your plate, coutaining in part,
the following: Kvery day occurrence;
goody goody; tlx lovers are in when in a
quarrel; early riser; preserved in the
ark ; soldiers joy ; hayseed's treat ; pic
nic refreshment; common nick naok;
pride of the south. This order is only
about halt of which was found on the
hill of fare. Every dish was marked
from Beta to lOcts excepting a few
bread, crackers, etc. One making a
xxir guess the first time would neces-'
sarily have to make the eecoud order,
and third before satisfying their curiosi
ty. And this of course was intcndd
when the bill of fare was prepared.
The supHr was a success both financial
ly ami socially.
To show w hat the various orders un
der euiihoueous names turned out to lie
I will xay that No. 1 was bread ; 2 cake;
3 pickles; 4 chicken; 5 ham ; 6 coffee; 7
soup; 8 ice-cream ; 9 pie; 10 watermelon.
It cost me 2 before 1 could get an or
der that I wanted. T. H. Clovd.
In another column will be found a
card from C. S. Morris in reply to a re
cent article that appeared tn the F.
Chronicle. As will be seen, Mr. Morris
denounces the Chronicle torv as a base
fabrication from beginning to end w ith
out any foundation w hatever. It simply
shows the straits to which the sensation
papers are driven. Mr. MorriB was in
town Friday and declared both publicly
and privately that the 6tory of his be
ing pursued by Ixokout people was a
base falsehood. We commend Mr. Mor
ris' card to the consideration of the
l4keview Examiner. Alturas l'lain
dealer. The Examiner gave the news as it
found it in the Chronicle, and at the
same time gave the denial of the article
by Morris' relatives. Everything right
up to date, you see. It is entirely un
necessary at this late date to "commend
Mr. Morris' card to the consideration of
he Iakeview Examiner."
The Point Ranch Sold.
Last Tuesday Cox A Clark, the big
cattle firm bought the property of George
C. Turner known as the Point ranch,
on the west Bide of Goose Lake. The
price paid was $7,000.
Mrs. Ida Hall and daughter Leota, and
Miss Luella McPherson, relatives
of Mrs. L. A. Blair and Ed Lamb, who
have been visiting here for several weeks,
started for their home in Wesley, Iowa,
last Sunday. Ed Lamb went as far as
Portland with them and they will visit
that city for a time and then go to Ta
coma, Yellowstone Park, and other plac
es of interest on their way home. The
ladies enjoyed their visit here very
much. Miss M?Phereon lias almost re
covered from the accident that befell her
in Lakeview in which she suffered a
broken rib by falling from a bieycle.
We are selling
out our stock of
pers at Cost
BL Attkes &
Car load of
of all kinds
We are the Benlcla Star. Sulky plow
Fftrmara' Clut-fitnra (0
S. J. STUDLEY F. E. HARRIS
STUDLEY & HARRIS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
Meal at all heara f the
an Iy er Night
A GOOD MEUV SMALL PRICE
Table aapplled with everjthla
the market ttr&m
Fine Sunday Dinners
Ii. C. Whitworth.
South of the
Carpets, Mattings, Portieres
Linealum, Carpet Covers.
Undertaking in every branch
Peerless Chilled Plow $
Hardened Steel Mole Plow
The Disk Plow (Something New)
Peerless Cans, a Fine Plow S
Snider Burning cn Water St.