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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1901)
LAKB COLNTY EXAniNER LAKEVIEW, OREQON, SEPT. S.
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Hens Golf Caps at Bieber.s.
County Court is in session tliis week.
Kew Draperies juat received at Bieber's.
W. II. Shirk arrived from Adol Ust
Klamath Falls has an Anti-Saloon
Dr. Magilton is now located at Klam
Pre Patterns from f 1.50 upward at
Joe Payne, the sheepman, is in town
for a few days.
A first class type setter (man) is want
ed at 'his office.
II. P. Enquist, the sheepman, is io
town this week.
Look Sharp now, and ask for a Lake-
Miss Lura Amick is up from New Pine
Creek on a visit.
Frank Rogers, the sheepman, went
to Plush Tuesday.
Hi Manring and K. E. Band are in
from North Warner.
Kew lines of Fall Dress goods just ar
rived at Bieber's.
Mrs. Joe Stickel arrived from North
Warner Tuesday evening.
The "Tamale Sisters" re playing in
Siskiyou towns this week.
J. T. Flook, the stockmen from Hock
creek, is in tow n this week.
Watch foi Senator llamden and his
minstrels on Sept. 14di. 35-2
Owen McKendree and Archie White
of Bly were in towa this week.
John Odoai, the wool grower, arrived
in town Tuesday from his camp.
A. J. Hall and Wm. Long of Susan
Tille, were arrivals here Ust week.
George Hankins has sold to Wm.
Routson of Adel 2500 lambs at f 1.75.
Bieber's Stork of Furnishing Goods is
complete in every detail.
Mrs. John Wells and son Spratt Wells,
of Bly, have gone to Ashland on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Rile Striplin were viit
ors in Lakeview last Sunday arid Mon
day. A. J. Neilon has returned from the
XL ranch where he has been putting up
EWier's ne lines of Glassware are
the best in town for the,price.
Leonder Bos. pitched their tent at
Paisley last Saturday and showed to big
Artist Merritt is doing some beautiful
sign work on Post A King's windows
Ashland !oys go to Med ford aod get
drunk and llieir ia a big kick in conse
quence. An endless variety of school supplies
at The .Monogram, Ahlstrom Bro'e. 35
M. J. Cumuiings of Portland, and J. G.
Davison o Sacramento, wert in town
Klamath Falls will hold twodys rac
ing the second week in October if it
W. M. Harvey will start for the rail
road, at Ashland today or toruo-row after
load of fruit,
All kinds of News Notes
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wise and children
of Plush were visitors here last Friday.
George S. Ramer and Loon Ramer
were here from Davis Creek last Fri
day. Children' Yacht Caps at Bieber's.
Miss Jean Tonningsen, second daugh
ter of Judge C'has. Tonningsen, has gone
to Jacksonville to enter St. Mary's Acad
emy. Last Tuesday John Odom sold to J.
M. Thomson the Modoc buyer, 1500
sheep at f 1.75 for lambs and $3 fur older
Senator Hamdem at yourservice.35 2
Charlie loveless is building a new and
neat residence on the ranch he recently
purchased from W. P. Huff at Warner
D. C. Berry and family of Davis Creek
have gone to Chico on a visit. Miss
Cora lerry will attend the Normal there
this w inter.
"Uncle" Whorton is doing a rattling
good business in the fruit ami vegetable
line. He keeps everything fresh and the
best to be had.
Get Bielter's prices on your Fall pur
chases They ill surprise you.
Mr. and Mrs. IKtlph Schmiiick and
Expert Electrician Arrives to Put
Up the Telephone Line From
Lakeview to Silver Lake
To Ruh the Work
William Harvey, President of the Lake
County Telep. A Teleg. Co., returned
last Sunday from San Francisoo, hither
he went two weeks ago to purchase tools
for construction and all equipments for
the line from Ijtkeview to Silver I-ake.
Mr. Harvey was accompanied to Lake
view by O. T Kimmel, an expert elec
trician, who was rejoin mended tohim by
the Capital Telephone Co. of Sacramento.
Mr. Kimmel thoroughly understands his
business and will have full charge of the
construction work, which will U com
menced iu a few days, just as soon as the
material ami the too' s ran be brought
here from Termo, where they are await
ing transmutation. The work will he
started by Mr. Kimmel and twelve men,
and the force will he. increased as con
struction progresses. One of the direct
ors will be i hand to see that the laUr
does not lag. To directors, in calling
for lutsir, desire all the cxerieiicod line
men they can engage. The construction
will U'gin at lakeview and proceed
north a rapidly a tMissthlc. It is he-j
lieved that Isdore the first fall of snow !
the line will he completed mid in work- !
iug order to Silver 1-ake. Thus far the
directors have not made a bauble in the
preliminary work, which speaks well for
their ability as business men, though
inexperienced in the building of elect- j
rical liiies. They have figured eveiy ,
expense dow n to a fine jHiinl, and have
Hot expended a dollar uiiiict'd-sarilv.
Of this store increases
every succeeding month.
We make this store pop.
ulm by selling the BEST GOODS tit the smallest
margin of profit.
This week we have a special bargain for you in a
NEW LING OP GLASSWARE
They arc beautiful goods at tempting prices
7 Piece Berry Sets for 75 cent
2 Quart Pitcher with 2 Tumblers to match 75c
4 Piece Table Sets for 75 cents.
Prult and Cake Stands, Beautifully Decorated
Ware for 75 cents.
The advance Styles of DRESS PATTERNS are iu.
Fall Shapes in DERBY'S, PEDORAS. and
CMILDRENS MATS and CAPS have arrived.
You rre as welcome to look as to buy.
Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. llarlin returned j 1 he line will run through t rooke.1 t reek
Saturday from Pelican l!ay. They re-j valley and through Chewnucitii valley
port au enjoyable trip. j ar the marsh.
He (at the shore)-This Ocean breeze ! Il ,1,"'ir,'l lvi ,,,,,n ul'" ""
is awful damn. It make's a Mluws 1 ,'"",,"' "'"'clliing about ....I. wo.k
mustache very sally. She (abseiitmiud- ' "l'l''.v once to V.
edlvl-Yes : I notice that. Secretary 01 me i oinpany
Sciiiiini.'tf's a'gat''? and" pfassware"
Save nj.ri6 arid hay of
la all the- go
Dr. tJirch, one of the eye specialists
who sojourned in Lakeview recently, is
now in Susanville.
I. C. Raymond, principal of the pub
lic school at Bidwell, was a visitor in
Lakeview this week.
Lester Champlin arrived from the
north last Saturday and is sojourning in
Lakeview a lew days.
When parting your children to school
remember you can find most anything
you want at The Monogram. 35
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Anderson have
given Bp housekeeping and are now liv
ing at Hotel Iakeview.
E. C. Johns in and John Sullivan of
Staten Island, Cal., were arrivals at
Hotel Lakeview last week.
Merritt, the artist, is leaving a lasting
-nit ion of hit artistic ability on sev
eral show' VH'dows bout town
The n-uiiicipsl election to decide
whether or not Alturas shall be mcor
porated will be held on Saturday, Sept.
James Dunn, the sheep buyer, started
his drive of sheep this wefk for the
lower country. He " go by the west
tide of Goose Lake.
Dr. F. K. Smith, Harry Bailey and
Lee Beit II started for Honey Creek Mon
day fuPy equipped for a week's chase
after the fleet-footed anteloe.
The uew fall shaes in Fedora Hats
and Ierby's have arrived at Bieber's.
Arthur Price, w ho has been running a
prt of the Ileid estate sheep, was in
town thi week. Mr. Price will work
for George Hankins this winter.
W. M. Thome, w ho has charge of the
Tonningsen sheep, came iu lust week,
having headed the band toward the des
ert which he will make at slow stages.
J. M. Thompson, the mutton buyer,
has been attending to business in Lake
view this week. The sheep purchased
by Mr. Thompson are located near town.
When you buy your clothes at Bieber's
you are sure of getting the best for the
Work on the telephone line north will
soon begin, and before the snow falls
this winter the dirtrtors hope to be able
to hear 'hello" from Lakeview to Silver
Virgil Conn, the Paisley merchant,
and J. C. Conn the Silver Lake mer
chant, stopped over night here Saturday
while enroute to San Francis ,o to pur
Si hmiiick is selling a good many of
loose line ranges, fee linn when you
w ant a gis.d stove or range at a moderate
Mrs. James Keddin has purchased
the property known as the Methodist
parsonage from F. O. Hunting, and will
reside there in the future. The price
paid was fX).
County Commissioner J. M. Martin
arrived from Mlver Lake Tuesday even
ing to attend the regular session of
county court. Mr. Martin is accompan
ied by his daughter.
The Examiner learns that Miss Nehie
Snelling, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Snelling, was married at
Cedarville last week to Mr. Stevens. No
particulars were learned.
"The Senator is coming." "What
Senator?" Why Senator Hamden, the
jolly entertainer. He and his famous
minstrels will show in Lakeview Sept.
Mrs. M. P. l)odon left for Baker City
last Saturday to reside. Mrs. Dodsoo
w ill keep house for her son Boone Dodaon
who is one of the bright young men on
the Baker City Kepuolican.
Mrs. Oeorge M. Jones of Paisley ar
at the II. C.
Hothe A Co. store in lakeview , Mr. Kim
mel will arrange a telephone on the line
as itlmilds on so that he can commun
icate w ith I-akt-vh-v, at any time.
Brief mention wj, made iu The Fx
aminer last week d the death of Mrs.
B. B. Lyon of VY..!nw Kanch, Iieeeascd
had lieen a patient suflt rt r for utility
months, and all that the Is-st medical
skill could accomplish was of no avail,
arid the good mother, loving wife and
kind friend passed out of life, leaving
many mourners to deeply regret her
Her maiden name was Surah Follett,
lorn in Beetown, Wisconsin, Dec. .'1,
1S41. She was married to C. M. (iraut
in the east July 3, and one child,
F.lza (i rant, was the result of this union.
On Sept. 1, Mid, deceased was joined iu
marriage with Bradley B. Lyon, the
husband who is now painfully ttereitved
by her death. Four children were left
to the father's care Milton C , F.lmer
E., Luther A. and Blanche K. Crccde.
The death occurred at the home near
Willow Hanch on Aug. L'H, l'.KU. The
funeral was held at New Pino Creek on
thel'llth insr. anil w.s quite largely at
tended. Deceased was the aunt of (i.
A., and Ashley Follett of Lakeview and
Mrs. F. B. 1 Ion -tun id Adel, and sister
to O D. Follett of Lakeview.
0 NEW PINE CREEK A
jL Is rapidly forging tilieitil and
Foil, tt j! it. I An, it k, tli. Mf-rc-hunt f
are trotting along; lit the I a-ad A
of the irin'fHiiiii.
A PINE NEW STOCK
& lias uln iiilv be' ii received nrul more
new (.'mills nre nrriving nt ur rvri'
all the time
AMONG OTHER THINGS
We liUVe i-vel j tiling desirous ill till'
(IrnciTV Line. A spn idl lino of tleiit
jL Fancy Shirts. An li (unt lino of
r CaiulieH, (,'igiirH unit TolirtectiH. Watch
f..r our I'ry iixil.i Pisplay.
0 POLLETT 6c AMICK
Town Well Caved In.
The town well, from which water is
supposed to he furnished to supply the
engine to rnn the electric light dynamo,
and incidentally for tire purjxme, met
with a sad mishap last Saturday night.
Workmen have bet-n engaged for several
weeks in til uitling south (rum the l d
of the well in search d more water, ami
only last week found a good sited flow
that looked like a permanent one. On
Satunlay, however, life ground caved iu
and filed up the well, aud the excavat
ing is now bfiiig done iu a different di
rection. The earth is being removed
and the well walled op with ris k, in or
der to prevent another such mishap. It
is believed that by tunneling a short
distance further toward the canyon
channel that au abundance of water can
he had. It is to be hoped that such will
be die case as the water works thus far
has been a dismal failure.
When the eave-iu occurred, J. A. An
thony, the electrician, was dow n in the
well inspecting the work. He saw the
earth from above sliding in and just
P ELTON WATER WHEEL
THE PEITON WHEEL.
N known the world over as aflording the most simple, re.
liable and economical Hwer for all purposes.
Ten Thousand W heel Now Kunrrlnr
Filling every condition of service in the most ernVient aud
Hlectric Power Transmission
PF.LTON W!IF.KI are the recognized standard for operating tjenerators. and
are running the majority of stations of this character in all parts of the world.
Water Pipe and Tran.tml.tslon Machinery
And all applini nr.eeted with a power plant, supplied on the most reasonable
t.-rms. Shipments made Ir.-m Sun Fr.uieisco nr New ork as may alloril llie
most favorable freight rates. Catalogues. F.nglish or Spanish, furnialied on appli
cation. Address, giving conditions of service.
THE PEITON WATER WHEEL COMPANT,;
rived in Lakeview Saturday morning 1 ""-pped ' the right direction
from the west, and went home Monday.
Mrs. Jones has been visiting in Portland
and other places for several weeks.
Henry Lofftus started this week for
Ashland, and will return in two weeks
accompanied by his wife. Mrs Lofftus
has been at Ashland putting up fruit for
her winter use for the past few weeks.
Sehminck A Son liave as fine a line of
hats as can be found anywhere. Any
kind of a hat you want can be found at
KrlilliHW It H.
to avoid being crushed to doith. On
the tide he was standing the dirt only
covered him to the knees. He was soon
hauled out of his jjerilous position and
feels sure that Fate was kind to him,
otherwise bo would have met with
terrible death. The cave came from the
direction of the big boiler on the east
ami the dynamo on the north. The
work of walling with rock is even a dan
ge roils proceedure, and is being dutiu
. 1- I 1
fr I pay no rents, I pay no clerk, but do my own
Ml' work. IT'S EASY to see how I can give you
better bargains than any house in the county
WHY FlfiLD CN OIVE YOU TUB
...BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN...
FIQURE IT OUT YOURSELF, IT V0NT TAKE LONQ
J. S. FIELD
On Main Street