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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1901)
CXAHINCR: LAKEVICW, COON SEPT. S, 1901.
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W. I. llu", lid fn liavn removed to
tlio Vlltatntttn vallny fur tlm winter.
I'M. Unit kou, tlm prominent mirrliant
of New l'lrin Crock, wim In town lat
wHk a-virniiiii-l tjr wife.
ltuli 1 1 tiriter anml Man I.anir return
ed to A I turn" Ul HaturiUy. Mr, I Inn tor
did riiml(iTnl)li Imaine hero for III
liimirmic -mny, tlm Fireman' Fund.
Wlmrtnii ft Hmltli have itnc(td an el.
garit mw billiard Initio in tliuir popular
clult room, where those who like
punching tli Ivorie ran enjoy Iheni
aelve. Frank Hmltli, the tonaorlal art int will
treat yon rig-lit and do your work ip to
T. I(. Cli, of tlm l.akevlew 8oda
Work liaa returned from an "oullnic"
near tlm aiate line. Mr. ('loud liaa been
away for about two week, ami aaya lie
IhoroiiKldy enjoyed Ida trip.
Mr. John O'Neil of lakeview, Mia
Minnie Mulkey of Willow Kanrh, Cal..
anl Mra. F.. I. Coone of New Fine
Creek arrived Thursday on a vlait to Mr
and Mra. ('. O'Nell.-Town Talk.
Yancey, tlm freighter, returned last
Monday (mm Med ford and Aahland.
From Medford lie broimlit In a (trlnn of
waKoit for Ilernard A Son, and at Anil
lDl lie loaded with fruit for tlila mar
ket. Hatal II'! Hat! The fluent line
ever oMne Up in Lakeview Jilt received
at Ahl.lrom 1W. The awelleat hats
alwaya the latest out il the Monogram.
The recent heated bjm-II in Kanaa
promt-lei the Alchinsou Jaily (ilidie to
remark the other day : "When eople
Ko to hell they will say, 'Why, thia ia
not In tin com pa red with tlm summer o(
Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Heaniona have
moved in from Adel, and aw o-cupyinu
the Jaa. Knelling place. Mr. rVsaione ia
looking for a btiainea opening and may
conclude to live in Lakeview perman
ently. Owing to the lllnee of Mr. K. O. Row
ley, tho Chicago Portrait Company
delivering In illume lake valley wa de
tained a few daya. Mr. Rowley ia now
buaily engaged in thia vicinity delivering
Now, if you want a bargain on any
kind of a rummer hat, just drop into
Kclimlnik'a. He la aelling of! reward
Ices of rout. 8-V2
Waller Garner, formerly of Yrtka
auicided in Chicago Aug. Kith. IeBond
ency raum-d hy worry over hi enlranee
ment from his wife ia aupoHod to have
hc'cu the cuuhu of the attiride. He wai
1?3 year old.
Throe Oregon text Ixioka are amor.g
those adopted hy thecommiHhion. They
aro Mra. I'.niery Dye'a "Htoriea of Ore
gon." Wm. K. Ijnrd'a liook on ornitho
logy and Mra. Fannie Hardy KckHtroma'
Kldon Woodcock and wife and Clarence
Dunlap and wife returned last Friday
from a ten days' outing at Honey Creek
and Deep Creek. They had good sport
Hulling and hunting and the trip waa a
The only Senator Hamden, with hi
trou mi of jolly troutmdora will he in
Lakeview to entertain the public on
hat unlay evening, Sept. Hth. Just wait.
The henator haa aomething to tell you.
A big forent Hro was reported to lie
raging in tho Lawaon Creek dint riot,
north of Pavla Creek, IhhI week. The
fire covered n large expurmo of territory,
and the mtw mill waa in great danger of
I.ee BchII got a pet deer from Matt
McCullev hint Monday and whipped him
to a friend in Sacramento. The deer ia
a 11H)1 fawn, and ia in fine condition.
Mr. McCulley captured him in the hills
a few montha ao, and made a pet of
Mr. and Mra. Walter Sherlock return
ed home last Saturday from Williumton
river and JVliean I!ay, where they en
joyed a few weeks' outing. "Mulcahey"
looks a if the trip agreed with him, and
"MrB. Heynolda" ia much improved in
Wanted Two Oregon girla to work at
a California health resort. Dining room
and chamtier work. Good wagea the
year round. Enquire at thia oilice. 33-2
A. J. Hickerson, eldest brother of Mra.
Teter Tost of Lakeview was here this
week on a brief visit to hii sinter. Mr.
Hickerson has been vUlting his parents
and other relatives in Ft. Bidwell, and
leaves this week for his home in Btwawa,
F. A. FiUpatrlck was in town Tues
day from the XL cattle pastures. 'Fits''
will accompany the XL vaqueros in the
drive from Dog lake of 1000 head of thai
company'a boef recently sold to Edaon
ofGaselle. They start today for deliv
ery at Gncelle.
A. M. Smith wm op from New I'ine
Creek Monday. Mr. Smith and wife
recently returned from visit with rela
tive at Summer Lake. H ays thresh
ing ha been completed in the valley and
tlm grain rropa aro light,
H. L. MuNaughton, the well known
and popular uMirlntendent of the take-vlew-Ager
stage lino, arrived from the
West last Monday, and ia attending to
business here thia week. Our people
re always glad to see Mc.
You want to keep warm this winter,
don't you? 1 1 may lie a ''hard winter,"
too. See Ahlktrom llro's for tine blank
ets and comforters don't buy until you
ak for their price and examine their
Dr. W. J. Verting, the woolgrower of
Ft. lHlwi-ll, spent a few day in lake
view during the week. "Doc" is taking
a deep interest in the leasing proosition
and of course ia opxHM-d to the prooRed
killing off of the small stockman.
The Lakeview public school will prob
ably oien altout Sept. 10th. We learn
that the dim tors ran promise only a
six-inonlhs term this season, ami there
will las some difficulty in getting teach
er to sign a contrast fr such a abort
The N-C-O Ity. Com puny ia building
more stock cars to belter handle it
steadily increasing livestock trsfTic. The
company claim that there will be more
stock weivud and shipped over their
line from the north this fall than ever
In-fore it the history of the road.
Klmer Ahlstnun is having a pretty
cottage built on his lot on Canyon street,
just opMisite the Hot he residence.
1 1 and Icy A Clendenen are doing the
work, and when completed it will be
one of the rosiest homes in lakeview.
Klmer says it is not for rent.
Ahlntroui Hro 'a have been busy this
wit'k selling shoes. They have an ele
iiant line at moderate prices, both in
ladies and tents. Ak to see their "Cru
sader" at 'Mh If you aee thia shoe
you will be sure to buy it. All sixes.
Kev. C. Wesley Raymond and family
left last Saturday for the railroad. Mr.
Kaymond went on bin wheel to at
tend the Methodist Conlerence, while
Mr. Hay mond and children went by
utiige to Orovitle, Cal., to remain until
her husband ia given another charge,
L. A. Neil, J. E. Pelton and W. W.
Miller returned from Klamath Marsh
yesterday, aaya the Ashland Kecord.
I'elton A Neil sold 110 haad of slock cat
tle. and Helton Itroa. A Sisemore 100 head
at that place for $27 all through. II. V.
Mitchell purchased them for Grayson,
Owen A Co.
George and Frank Heid were in Lake
view aeveral day during the week.
They delivered the Alex Heid F.state
sheep, numleriiig 42X), to Jim Dunn at
tho Sherlock corrals, Drew Gap. M. P.
and W. K. Harry also delivered the
sheep they sold to Mr. Dunn at t lie same
place last Monday.
The Crater Lake party of pleasure
seekers, Messrs. Maloy, Fvana, Grob,
llatchcldcr and Hurrus, Mrs. Hurrus,
Lillieand Pearl Hurrus, Mra. Hatcheld
er, Mra. Groh, Lena Heidrick, and Hose
Hehart, returned Tuesday, and all re
rt a delightful trip. The party was
absent nearly a month.
"Say, Mr. J- where did you get that
neat titling suit?"
"Why, that's one of tho barguin suits
at Schmiuck'a. You want to get sround
and see Schminck before they are all
sold off. You will lie surprised at the
low price for such fine, durable goods." 2
Jack Heatty of Sonoma county, Cal.,
is the new meat cutter at Day's market.
Mr. Heatty has been in the Deschuttes
country for some time. He is pleased
with the appearance of Lakeview, as
com p red with Sonoma county. Hefore
be left dow n there all business was done
on the riedit system, and times were
It is noticablo that peaches are more
plentiful in the lakeview market this
summer than ever before, and the
quality is good. The reason of this is
that several young orchards are just be
ginning to bear. In two years more
there will be euouijh fruit grown in
Goose Lake valley to supply all the local
A stray bullet from a reckless hunter's
22 calibre rifle struck one of Ike Davie'
tine horses in the hip, one day last week
while the animal was running in the
Harvey posture. The wound is a seri
oub one and the noble liorie is badly dis
ablod. There should be a life-imprison'
ment penalty for the acts of reckless
At a regular meeting of Goose Lake
Lodge No. 35, Knights of Pythias, held
last Tuesday night II. W. Glacier was
elected representative to the Grand
Lodge of Knights for one year, with
Dan P. Malloy alternate. George II.
Ay res was elected representative to the
Grand Lodge for a term of two years,
with A. II. Hammersley alternate. Three
applications were received for member
ship. The Knights are growing strong
in the local lodge. . . .
H. C. Whltworth.
Geo. H. Ayre.
We will be there
With the Goods
J' rv tfA i'.'A
We have taken in a new partner and are
in condition to supply your wants at the very
lowest prices. All lines will soon be full and
complete. We will increase our stock largely
Ayres, Wihtwortii & Aitkes
St. Mary'a. j
Studies will lie resumed at St. Mary's:
Academy, Jacksonville, Ore., the first
Monday in feepternber. 33-2 I
Here's Snap. j
I have 20 head of yearling Heryford I
bulls, all of them registered, that I would
sell at $100 ech if taken at once.
F. 0. P.pstiso. 35-lmo
Read Thia and Pause.
W. D. Woodcock A Son carry a full
tin of buggy and spring wagon wbeela,
huggv springs, seat springs, wagon and
buggy poles, wagon and express bows,
wagon tire, buggy tire and rvring wagon
tire in fact everything that is necessary
to conduct an up-to-date blacksmith and
wagon shop. Horseshoeinga speciality.
Drop in and have Fred Wilaoa and Eldon
Woodcock shoe your horses. They are j
"crackajacks Irom away uaca;.
27-tf W. I). Wooflcocic & So.s
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NEW BRICK ttfSBr
Carpets, Mattings, Portieres
A J3XG- XaXCTXl Or
lineolum, Carpet Covers.
Undertaking in every branch
Jb MJ JXIVJ J.MT U XSE
Whorton A Smith invite the public to
call and see them in their new quarters
w here they have a tine stock of liquors :
and cigars, and a commodious club '
room and reading room Nothing but ,
the best of everything is served in their ,
club room, and courteous treatment is I
given to all their patrons. The Whorton
Sl Smith establishment is one of the fin
est north of Heno, Nevada. When you 1
come to lakeview drop in and seeGeorge
and Fent. 35 If
Manv physicians are now prescribing
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having
found that it is the best prescription they
can write because it is the one prepara
tion which contains the elements neces
sary to digest not only some kinds of
food but all kinds and it therefore cures
indigestion and dyspepsia no matter
what it cause. Likeview Drug Co. 35-4
Car load of
of all kinds
The Peerless Chilled Plow
Hardened Steel Mole Plow
The Disk Plow (SomethiagNew)
Peerless Cang, a Fine Plow
We are the $ senicia star, sulky plow
Farmers' Outfitters ggapiggggggggggggggggggj
Notice ol Settlement o( Pinal Account.
In tho County Court of the Bute ot Oregon
(or l.ke County.
In the iimlterot the mtnte of N. P. Tounlng
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN: Notice Is
hereby alven, that the umternlKiied, ailminU
Irsior of the mule of N. I. Toniitinoien, late of
l ake County, Oreiton, deeeaaed, haa tiled Ilia
Kinal Account aa adiiilnlatralor of aaid tmate,
III the Office of the County Clerk of Lake Coun
ty, Ore., and that Monday Oct. 7, 1901, at 10
o clock A . 31 ,. oi sain nay, ai inc i ouniy ,
JiuIkc's Office in the County Court llouae of
Ijtke County, Oregon, In the Tow n of 1-altevlew, 1
haa been appointed and rlxed by Hon. Chaa. I
Toiinliiiiaeii. Judge of aaid Court aa the time !
and nlaoo for the hearing of oblti'tioni to aaid 1
Klual Account, If any there be, and for the
Dated thia 1 day of September. 1IU.
A. K. T'ONNINONKN,
Administrator of the Estate ot N. J. 1 nulling
S. J. STUDLEY F. E. HARRIS
STUDLEY & HARRIS
fARK AND WASHINGTON 8TREKTS
4 PORTLAND, ORKCON
A. P. Armatrong, IX. B., Prlaclpal
A practical, progrcaaivt achool, conipicuou
for thorough work, with hundred of graduate
la position a bookkeeper and atenographera.
Already proud of a blgh atandlug wherever
known, it atradlly grow better and better.
Open all the year. Student admitted any time.
Private or claa instruction. Learn what and
how wi teach, and what It costs. Catalogue free.
Board ol Director
D. T. THOMPSON, PR KfITKNT
D. SOLI9 COHEN - DAVID M. DUNNS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
JUST OPENED. OOOD5 AR
RIVING ALL THE TIME.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
Snider Binding on Water St.
MraJa at all haara tf the
aa - Day r Nlsht
A GOOD MEAL T SMALL PRICE
Table aappllrd with eTrjtklBa;
the market elTerdw
Fine Sunday Dinners