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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1901)
LAkB COUNTY EXAHINGR LAKEVICW, ORHOON, SEIT. 12. I0..
jahc (Count u CTaramhuT
PublLheJ Every Thuredejr
BEACH & AVGARREY
(One Year, $2.0
TERMS: Six Months. 1 .00
(Three Months, 50
LAKEVIEW, OREUON. SEPT. 12 , 1941.
V. J. Bryan has Ke.'Kir another paper.
A sort of a trust, il i.n't yon know.
Tlie Harney County l.iu'suvk Assoeia
tfon lia! called m meeting for Sept. 21, to
tale stops protecting ayaitist the riince
When conipletc.l the l.ake County
telephone Fysletn will be one of the Itest
and most convenient cnterpi ise ever
stahliehed in the county.
MvhIoc eountv has flM.S17.o5 in it
treasury. The sum will iloiiotlesi" le
reiltuvil somewhat i,y ttie time the
lynching cases have l en trieil.
Judne Uiirritikton of the Supreme
Court of MimIoo was reMirtel unite pick
last week. We h- pe the Judge' case
is not serious, hut it would not he sur
prising jutln Iroin the way the attor
neys down there are after his scalp.
A Chicago man has been sued by a
Montana woman for a breach of romise
perpetrated eleven years iuii. An ex
change remarks that the woman is not
only from liu te, but must U- one her
fcelf, to wait that loiitf before ln-nig
The death is announced of Miss Maude
Colemen Woods of Charlottesville, Va.
Mi.n Woods was pici.iur.ceti the most
beautiful woman in America by a coin-
li.ittce from the I'aii-Au etican expo-i- j
lion, and her profile adorns all ti.e me.lals j
issued bv the boa id of :i;TiI.
Mi WAS A BASH
FUL YOUNG HAN.
Ills Sweetheart Thought H'm Too
Nervous and Threw him Over,
The CoiiiUe bulletin Inst week said
the father of a 17 year old young lady
in that place told the editor a funny
story about a young man who stopped at
his homo one tiicht lately. The younti
man called on his daughter to spend the
evening, and when he got ready to go he
I rcnlixcd a heavy rain storm was raging.
lie had no umbrella or rubber .oat and
when the girl's father asked him to re
main at the house he readily consented,
lie is a very bashful young man, and
next morning when he was invited to a
seat at the table, very reluctantly ac
cepted. He was very nervous and airi
luted. He sat opposite- a mirror and
saw that he had forgotten to Mint his
hair ; t!. en he dropped his fork on the
llixir and as he stooped to pick it up, he
upset his coffee. Matters went from bad
to worse until finally in despair the
young man iptit etc nig and put his hands
iiinler the table. The loose folds of the
table cloth were lay ing in his lap, and
when he touched it he turned pale, lie
thotiitht it was Ins shirt ami in his ner
vous excitement while dre-sing had for
gotten to put the g.iruient. inside his
trousers. That accounted (or the smiles
ami his einbarra-Miienl. There was no
time to lose, lie hurridly Muffed the
supposed shirt inside his trousers. Two
minutes later when the family arose
from the table there was a cra-h. The
dishes lay in a broken mass on the floor ;
lie young man pulled 2 u-clot lalilcelolh
out i f his trousers ami lied through the
door. He is yet in the backwoods of hi-
home near here The voting ladv
called on is open for nil engagement t
less Del volis oiing I : i .i i .
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS.
GROCERIES, ETC., AND OF GOOD PLACES
TO BUY THEM, OUR STORE IS SURE TO
BE FAVORABLY MENTIONED.
We have the newest Spring: Clothing-,
Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
AND WE WANT TO SEE YOU AMONG OUR
EARL CALLERS, TO GET YOUR CHOICE.
...Complete line of Tin and Agate Ware...
H. Ci ROTHE &C0i, "the leaoing merchants of lake county.
Vacation 2 0cr.
Zina, willow oi Joseph Mni'l
Mormon prophet and founder i
ligimi. a: i! iaii i ti.e widow of
Young il"i l r ! o'y years a
'f the "I'hir cli u' Je-il - Clil i-1
day f-aii.t'.-,'" better known as
'I that rv
1'. i i.'haui
i I 1. 1 it I
Ihe M..r- !
moil church, died at
"alt Lake, I't.iii
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o ii. t.i
No l:,i.r i( I !ii'
Now f..r (In
An old criminal, says an exi -h;in,e,
waa once asked what was ti e first s-e,
that led to his ruin, when lie answered :
"The first s-teo was cheating an editor
out of two vears' subscription. When
I bad done lii.il, the dev il had such a grip
on Die that 1 could not shake him If.''
Vol li.r tli'
' ru:t:!e im
1 lil.'X, tllS'
.1: .! I-
in 'iy oii- e mure,
riiiti n u I hills.
i BE ALL'S
Manufacturer of the
Senator Joe Simon, in an interview at
Aotoiia, ea s he favored free trade with
Porto Rico and will do the same in re
gard to the I hiiippines, lielieviuy it wi'l
largely increase I'acitic Coast trade, lie
thinks Gov. t ieer will K- re iioiuina'ed
and that Hon. Chafe. Fulton w ill he his
(Simon's) strongest competitor for the
U.. S. senatorship.
A letter to The Examiner last week
from the proprietor of a famous ('uliinr
liia health resort: "Adverti-e in your
columns for two Oregon jrirls to do (til ing
loom and chamber work. 1 lind
t'n (lf;nii gills do hetter u iik and give
heller t-atisfuclioii th-n the I'aliloi ni.i
(iris in u Ik -ai'th re.-orl." Toe at ti n! i. n
(if the Oiegi.n tMi'l" i called loth;- hih
compliment, and the pi ies are s'ili
r.x-tiovernor . vive-tei !'.
condidate for the i.o.niiiati :,
judge. Chief Jusii e lle.u.
yires next lld his nieces.
wected in June. I'ennoy
l?: "That the supreme court has no
rifit or anfiinritv to declare an act of
the legislature nncr.nstitution.il." lie he
iieves the court anogaten lo itself power
which the coiisMiution does; not grant.
He thinks the court feliould he relinked
Uy the people, and he wants to lie cham
pion rehuker. The people would do
fejl to watch th'a dangeroiiH anarchiHtV
more men ts. IVnuoyer should he kept
down aud out of public positions;. An a
infiTilx-r of die fiiiprt-iue court he would
laj a public menace and a chronic din
turler. Every editor makes enemies. A little
sipuih ainied at no one iu j articular, will
hit some hollow -headi; 1 ii.-li vidual. and
he at on e declares himself "agin" the
paper, iays the I5aker Hepuhlican. The
paper may have given him many com
plimentary notices, hut the imaginary
tiirusts put I i " on bin digiuity and be
at once establishes himself as a critic
but be hasn't enough nerve to go to the
editor with his supposed grievance.
Just notice and you will see that '.be
men who are "agin" their home paper
are, as a rule, men who would not be
missed if they would leavo the com
munity forever. On every question of
local interest the homo paper stands
readv to make a fight for the best inter-
Yh 'ii the Huston Hlootner girl-, who
were recently in Napa, played hall at
lioilisier, says the Napa Journal, it is
related by a reliable reporter that every
oid farmer for ten mile around went
! into tow 11 "to do some tradin" on that
day, leaving "mother" at home. The
man w ho had spy glasses to rent did a
lively business among the grangers.
Kvery I'ulie told his wife when he got
home that he had been to a "calf show ."
Here' a Snap.
I have 20 head of yearling Ileryford
hulls, all of ihem registered, that I would
sell at f IoO e.ch if taken at once.
F. O. lii'NTiNU. 35-lino
A man ' i 1 1 1 a "slight foreign accent"
called al the I.akeview poslollice a few
day ago to impure for mail for his friend
Jack He told Postmaster Iiek Wilcox
that he had forgotten Jack 's ot her n.iiiie,
hut said: ' You yoosl call off the name
on all the letters and when you come to
Y.c k's name I'll kno it." Hi k told
l.im iii.i whs 100 limit, and that post-ma-ters
had troubles of their own lo
r,su Soaps, Perfumes,
Toilet Goods, Etc.
ft flinro'ihly I'THi'llrnl knoHl
imIkc nl III
PERN IN SHORTHAND liY MAIL
i llhu'it 1 11 t.-r f.Ti ii Willi iiriM iil ilu-
ti.-H. s.ni p.i.ul (nr I- ree 1 mil U nil mel
lull I'Hrtirulnoi nl our
A No i'liiiuiin of prutiti 1 it'll! t-iK-iittr. Imjm
lit' mi ll, ti'liiniriiiiln-rit miiI tttht r-, til r -KHT'I
to tilth III Unci. T' kl I'txik, fi. IVrtnn
for Mttil Iii-iruriinii, f ' " r ninnih. I
huiih inirrt't'ifl Htiil ri'lurnt'il oti ituy of (
Behnke's Law & Commercial School,
1'olC TLA I), ( )tK".0'l
2 I AKFVIRW
n 1. niuoK
I'llil. 't SHtii I. Mil' I I Hill I-. I ... k "
A UK. SI, I'.l'l. Niilln- I- her-l.v ii
fiiiinw uiK iiHim I : 1 : r iirf. lo
Il In tiili'll'liill In ll.ii. ' IKiill rinl
1)1 I'll. I
s t'-llo eX
... -n I... i return to camp and the next time to
bring " Yack s ' full name. The man
went hack lo camp, and in telling about
the incident naid : "Vy tain! I van so
mad mit dat postolfice fuller I yoost
could haf dit most anytings, pecause
"Yack" vanted dat letter from bigal."
Whorton A Huiith invite the public to
call and see them in their new quarters
w here they have a tine -stock of liquors
ar.d 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
given to all their patrons. The Whorton
& Minllli esiaijiisiimeni is onu 01 me 1111
est north of Keno, Nevada. When you
come to I.akeview drop in and seeieorge
and Kent. 35 tf
Manv physicians are now prescribing
Ko.lol Dyspepsia Cure regularly having
found that it is the best prescription they
can wine because it is the one prepara
tion whicii 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
w hat its cause, lukeview Drug Co. 35-4
I'p at Siean the other day where the
buccaroos are gathering cattle a heavy
thunder storm came up, stampeding the
cattle and cauiing some of the lior.es to
throw their riders. One Indian bucca
roo fell off of his horse and w as knocked
"seiit-ible." In answir to aibsequeut
inquiries the dusky son said: "Oh ! me
no saby nothin', everything hego round ;
est of the greatest number of citizens at 1 1 can't see : I think bell lie pirty dost,"
till. fltOM. Illlil llliit
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Hftii mill 'njiir-ii' sn:i Huti nil of i- li'Tiiol. Ni--Vtt'lu.
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Cinli'il HihIi k I .inl (iftiei-,
IJlki'Vil'U, Or. K"' A 11 K lint I. I'1.
Nntii'P Ih lereliy liivi n Unit In i.m pliiiiiee
with tlie irn Ihhii'k nl tlie Hi t nl I nii)ri nl
June H, s;n enllileil "Ail net (or the "ale nl
llmliiT Ihii'Ih in Hie KtHli'H ol Blilnriila. iri
Kim, Ni'Vmltt. Hint U nliliiKlnli Territory," mi
i-xteliiliil to nil the I'lll'lli' I.hihI Hi hick f.y net
of AiiKUHt 4, IsW, Jniiie II.Tiiriiii,nl IjikPview.
i iinnly nl !.!'. .tHteoI fri-K'iii, h lliln ly
lili-il III thlH nlllcu lil.hwnrll Inti'liient No. HI4,
lor the puri lnim; of Uih KJ, NK'i :. .rt. mnl
V., MKi of H.-'tion No. -ti in To ulii No. til H.
liBiiKe No. 21 K W M, mnl w ill offer prnol lo
kIiiiw ttrnt Hi. law) HiUKlit i uiore vuIuhIiIu for
Im tiiulier or mom- Until tor KKrli lillurnl mr
ihibi'k, Kiel lo i-ntHliliHh liis eli tin 10 until Uuil
belore Hie KeKlnlir lnt Kel-I ver of til III ollli't!
hi Ijtkeview, (iri'Kiui, on Kriilny, I lie 4ih ily of
(letotii-r, 1INJ1, Hi; iiMiiiei. UM wltiH'i.iHN iieorKi
JsiiniierlliHl, J. K. Mri,rri y, Krmik ItoKieern ol
I. Bio-view, Ori'Kon, Blnl IihvIiI I . ( li-lnml of
I'limh. Dri'K'iu. Any uml all is-rwins i IbIiiiIiik
Bilverwly I he HlKive-ileHfiriheil IhiiiIn Hrn rn
ijiii'li'il to lil their l iulnih In tins olllee on or
he lure naiil 4lh (luy of lieloher, l'JOl.
K. M. JIKATTAIN,
Notice of Settlement of Pinal Account.
In I li County Court of the Mate of Ori'Kon
for Lake ( iniiity.
In the mailer of tlie mtate of N. I. Toiuilnx
TO WHOM IT MAY CON'CKRN : Notlcii l
hi-rehy kIvi-ii, Hint tin! lilnlrrhlKiii'il, ailuilnU
trutnrnl Hit-1 mule of N. I'. ToiinliiKHen, lalu of
l.akt! County, OreKon, deeea.eil, haM flleil IiIb
Kinal Aei'ouiit an ailiiilnlHlrator ol unlit fcHtnte,
ill the Ollli u ol Hie County Clerk of Lake Coun
ty, Ore., mnl that Miifiilay Oct. 7, liml, HI IU
o'clock A. M of naiil lny, at the County
JuilKi:'. Otllcu ill thu Couiiiy Court IIoiimii ol
I.uke County, On-K'Hi, In the low 11 ol l.nki vh w,
1 1 Hi liecll aioiiite'l anil tlxeil hy Hun. Chit.
TuiililliKseii. JinlKe of siiii Court h the liiue
ami iiluee for the huuriiix of nhjiM tiiuiM to kHhl
hinnl Ai'uiunt, il any there be, Hint for Hi"
linleil thia ml iluy of Hi'iti'lnliiT. I'll).
H.V5 A. V. Tonniniihkn,
AdiiilnlBtrator of tliu K.tatu of N. f , 'Jouultig
RccognUcU aa the He. -it Vaqucro 5Jdl
Wagon and Huggy llarnt'ss. Whips, Holies,
Hits, Spurs, Quirts, Hosettes, Kle. -a-
((.'pairing of all kinds, hy competent men.
Sash, Blinds, Moulding;, Window and
Door Casings, Beehives and Purniturc
of all kinds made to order. Write for
estimates on contract work & material
HANDLEY & CLENDENEN
Lakeview Variety Store
...c. H. DUNLAP...
its back. ""y 1110 1 081 01 1 lBle'
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