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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1901)
LAKB COUNTY CXA1INCR: LAKE VIEW, OR COON OCT. 24, 1901.
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Found A pair of atoelrim trial mc
lade. Cull Ml ttil olllce.
Kx-CiuiiriiloildtHT Win. Hough, and
Mm. Hough, arrived from Hilver Lake
J. Cal. l-'.wing, manager of the Oak
land haihsl (fain, is gn'ng to give
"T(Mil" bonier a place in Ida lmn at an
early date. Huuinra wsa the t trier fur
takevifw In lliu McmIdo county tourna
ment. Dr. I-i-tt Hclncr, Mrs. A. F. Twining
M'tt and Mra. J. '.. McUarrey cxM-t
tu start for tlm railroad tomorrow. The
Ir. will go to I'ortland, Mra. Tunning-N-n
lo sum California health resort lo
remain all w inter, and Mra. Mctiarrey to
Oakland on a visit with her mother.
Mrs. James Fouler of Hummer Lake
arrived Inst Friday lo ay a hrlef visit
ti her daojhlera Msidamea lUrtin and
Hcliiniiii k. Mra. Fouler brought down a
lot of fine. m he from the Fowler or
chard for the l.akeview market.
Mr, and Mra. Newt. Jacobs of Lake
City, Cal., were visiting thuir daughter
Mri. A. F. Toiinlngncn in I-akrvletv
several day durinit lint week. Newt,
u a I no shaking hand with numerous
friend ho were glad to see him.
(ieorgo, I'. I.ovegrov of I'aisley was
reMtrted to Im very ill with pneumonia
lal Sunday, hut the. latent reports from
I'aisley are lo the efWt that Mr. Love
gruvewna threaleiiel with pneumonia,
but in now on thu road to recovery.
Them. Keir. who built the stone rexcr
voir for the Lukeview water system, ban
gone to A 1 1 ii run to build a atone house
for Ani'il Morse. The building will tie
entire'y of stone- wild a steel front. Mr.
Keir fully understands hit business.
jK.ii K. Mold rum. government sur
veyor, whose Iioiii ia in Oregon City,
arrived from thu desert near Klein's
Mounlaln, where he ha just completed
the aurvey of two townships. Mr. Mel
drum haa tieen on the desert all summer.
Ernest Fen of Ft. Hid well and Miss
Orace llerron of Cedarville were mar
ried at Itono, Nevada, oo Oct. lOtb.
The bride ia a daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Wdi. llerron, nod the groom la the ton
of Mr. Fee, the well known cattleman of
Modoc. t . ,
County Superintendent J. Q. Wlllita
leave today for Silver Lake where he
will open the public school on Monday
morning. Purli.g Mr. WllliU' absence
W. J.' Moore will attend to any bail neat
that may come before the Superintend
W. It.rihirk, the local agent for the
California and Oration Land Compauy,
ia in Han Francisco under the care of an
occulist. Mr. Shirk haa had serious
trouble with one of his eyea for several
months, and found it necessary to have
the optic bM)rated on in order to aave il.
On the 2nd of thla month Miss Maud
Stevens of Kugleville, Modoc count v, w as
married in San Francisco to Walter Sting
ley of the Kay City. The bride is a sis
ter of Mrs. Dr. Gibson of Alturaa, and g
neicce of Mr, (ieorgo Turner of Cedar
villi). She is a recognized beauty of
Uua Schroder, the prosperous stock
man and baseball enthusiast from Hil
ver I-uke wore the Lakeview uniform in
the game lust Huuday. Ous promisea to
make it interesting for any baseball
team that shows up In Lakeview next
Fourth of July. It is said that Lake
view w ill hang up a purse of $1,000 on
that occasion, to be contested lor, free
Jou Ambrose, who has been running a
bunch of C. K. Loveless' sheep for the
past three years, divided up with Mr.
Loveless in Drews Valley, last Sunday,
and Mr. Aiuhansu's share amounted to
something over UHX). Of this band Mr.
Ambrose sold to A. L. Howell one half.
The marks are being changed this week,
and IIowull and Ambrose will run their
A. M. Miller, who is putting up the
hotel and stables at Msdaline for E.
Van Loan, came in Saturday evening.
He informs us that the hotel and stables
will be completed in a month. The ho
tel is large and roomy and will be pro
vided with all modern conveniences.
K. M. Kussill of Alturas will have
charge of the hotel, which feet, of itself,
Is a guarantee that it will be run in a
first class manner, says the Plaindealer.
The nils for the extension are arriving
and will be laid at rapidly as possible.
Within a month, Termo, 'Gests' folly,"
will be a thing of the past will only be
a memory, and not a very pleasant one
at that. The new town is situated on a
sandy Blope and at all times will be free
The rialndealer reports that the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McConnaughy,
of Ft. flldwell was thrown from a horse
and badly Injured on the 13th Intt., she
being unconscious for twelve hours after
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, assisted by
the local talent of Klamath Falls, will
give a dramatic entertainment, "The
Mold King," at Merrill, next Saturday.
The op1e of I-akevlew would glre the
ctimpany a royal welcome should they
accept an invitation to come here and
give one or two performances. Come
fivei, friends, antl enjoy I.akeview's
John Stevens is down from Silver
I.ske thla week to get a settlement out
of the Jiiaileo court in the case where
hi saddlo was stolen from the livery
stable a few months ago, while in the
ctmUxly of Willi Stewart. Mr. Stewart
refused to pay for the saddle and stood a
suit. The just ice found that Stewsrt was
liable in the sum of The matter
whs settled without an apical.
Will T. Itoyd, organiser of the A.O.
l W., and the Degree of Honor, has re
lumed from New Fine Creek. There
have leen several new incmlxTS added to
the Workmen and the Degree at that
place since our last re'jorl. Mr. Itoyd
says that a committee of workmen ha
len apixiluted to raise funds for the
bill. ding of an A. O. V. W. hall at New
Fine ('reek. The propose! building is
to be :tlx75 feet and two stories high.
The Slate Linn team came up from
New Fine Creek last Sunday to play a
practice game with a few l-akevitw play
er. I-akeview could only muster six
men, but they gave the visitor good
practice. The score stood 10 to 10 at
the close, but it would probably have
been a much bettr game had George
Whor'on U-en put in the 1hx sooner.
The State Liners found it difficult to
but Whorton's curve over the fence.
A. K. Follett ami C. C. Cannon are up
from New 1'ineCieek this week ou jury
duty in the circuit court. Tne gentle
men ay that the stte line town is
booming and bids fair to become a big
place. Ituildings are going up on every
hand and prices for all kinds of produce
are good and the produce much in de
maud. Building lott are going rapidly
at g'K.d figures. Mr. Follett says in his
business, painting and paper-hanging, be
has many orders ahead.
The card of John D. Venator, attor-ney-at-law,
appears in The Examiner in
the professional card column. Mr. Ven
ator la a Lakeview hey, who' went to
Ann Arbos, Michigan, to complete his
coarse In the . law, 'and , from which
school he graduated with high honors.
Mr. Venator made special study of the
land laws of the country, and it particu
larly well informed in that regard. He
has opened an office in the Cogswell
building, near the court house.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Lane and son
came down from Silver Lake last Fridsy
and remained until Sunday as guests at
Hotel Laksvlew. Mr. Lane brought
down 250 pounds of tomatoes that were
picked from the vines in his garden and
the garden of George Small. He say
the Silver Lake jxwple had an abundance
of garden produce thla season, and that
they can raise anything that is planted
in the ground that can be grown in
K. astern or Southern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hansen received a
telegrsiu from llydville, Cal., last
Sunday, announcing the serious illness
of their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Jorgensen
(nee Miss Carrie Hansen,) and- request
ing them to return home at once. The
aged couple left lor home Montlay morn
ing. Mr. Hansen remarked Sunday
that he did not expect to see his daugh
ter alive when he reached there. Mrs.
Jorgensen is a sister of Mrs. II. C.
Uothe, and i well known in Lakeview.
Jno. A. Brown, an attorney of Lewis
ton, Idaho, is shaking hands with his
friends in Alturas this week. Mr. Brown
is an uncle of J. W. Brown, one of the
"suspects" now held in ail tor com'
pliuity in the Big Valley lynching affair
He gives glaring accounts of that sec
tion of Idaho. He was for several years
the law partner of Col. John Lane, w ho
ia an old time friend of the writer of this
arttcleand who has borne with credit
the honor of being a decendunt of the
illustrious General Joe Lane of Oregon.
Rev. D, L. Shrode, who was to have
arrived in Lakeview last week to accept
the Methodist Episcopal charge, haa writ
ten to Presiding Elder Summerville
that it w ill be impossible tor him to
come to Lakeview at all, owing to the ill
health of his wife. Rev. Kummreville
is much disappointed, and writes to a
member of the congregation here that
he will lose no time in an attempt to
find a minister who either has no wife
at all, or a healthy one, and that he w ill
be forwarded at the earliest dale. Pre
siding Elder Bummerville will be in
Lakeview on Nov. 10th, to hold quar
H. C. Whltworth.
Qeo. H. Ay res.
THIS WEEK "V
We arc receiving Fall Stock of Naw Goods daily.
Fur Collarettes and Boas are the latest arrivals
The New Automobile Overcoats for men now in
AntES, WurrwoRTH & Atones
I'nln-il Htat.-i Und Offlc at Ukrrlfw, Ore-'
m. tcmiM-r 19. HOI. N oiler U heri-bj frra
that I tic follfiwIiiK-nsinei! rltlrr has flVd no
tic ol nil Int.iitlon to mat (trial prnol la
upport ill his claim, anil that aald proof will be
mailt brfnre tho Rrgi.ter ari't kvo-lver at
lAkcvlfW, (rr(in, on Nnvem!r 27. 19U1, vis:
Antnne J. Hwarei, H. E. 2UM lor tho HU BW'i,
NWUBWii ex II, and NW'i NW'-i c. 14, f.
M H. It. IS E, Ha name tbe followtuR wllnrsa-
lo prov 1)1 continuous residence upon and
cultivation of aald land, rls: W. A. Wll.hlre,
Wanufl J. Hwarei. E. Lewi and I. Kaaslll, ail
ol lakeview, Oregon.
ocm-U E. it. BRATTAIN. Betister.
Ladles Aid Meeting.
There will be a meeting of tbe Ladies'
Aid (Society next Saturday at 2 p. m, at
the M. E.CIorch, m x . -
Mas. W. P. If aarroRO
. -, President.
Tbe Lusk Letter."
An article In reply to the "Losk Let
tcr," from the North Warner Anti
land Leasing Association, was re
ceived by The Examiner too late for
publication this week. It will appear
in full in our next issue.
They Are Entirely New.
The ladies' gloves that we sell for $1.50
are the ('ill limit of glove goodness at
that price. They come from the hands
of one of the greatest glove workers
known to the foreign glove trade. They
have long since established a one dollar
fifty glove standard not approached by
anv other make.
the new, smart fall styles are with us
In this one dollar fifty line there's the
"Cleora" and the "Carson" iu white,
black and all colors such as you expect
only in the most expensive grades. Two
clasp effect; very servicable; very
pretty. Ablstrom Bbos. 42-1
The Nellon Case.
The jury in the case of Andrew J.
Neilon was selected yesterday morning,
and at 1:30 p. m. District Attorney
Reames made his opening statement
to the jury, lie was followed by Col
Cogswell for the defense, after which
the examination ot witnesses was be
gun. The jurymen are as follows: T
H Ilandley, Wm Meteker, A Bchminck,
G 8 Easter, and Thomas Hastings,
lakeview ; C C Cannon, I N Converse,
and A E Follett, New Pine Creek ; E
L Gretn, B W Farrow, Paisley;
Fred 8 Fisher and Frank M Harris,
S. R. SUBLETT& CO.
5otb of tbe
M IT Mm
Carpets, Mattings, Portieres
liBeolum, Carpet Covers.
Undertaking ia ersri fcrasch
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Pay atl A UUUU liiLHL A OulALl rfilut
9li!t Fine Sunday Dinners HVJZirtZX;
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People From Yalnax Agency.
A big train of wagons belonging to
Indians from the Yainax Agency left
Lakeview last Tuesday en route home.
These people came here to get winter
supplies, aud are all fairly well to do.
Unlike the common Digger Indians ot
this section the Yainax people are in
telligent, and in - many instances are
well educated, having taken advantage
of the educational facilities offered them
by the government at the Agency.
Mrs. James Nanso is a striking ex
ample of the educated Indian woman.
Hhe reads and writes fluently and
speaks excellent English. Her husband
subscribed fur The Examiner before
leaving, stating that Mrs. Nanao do
sired to keep posted ou the news ot
Car load of
of all kinds
We are the
The Peerless Chilled Plow
Hardened Steel Mc!e Plow
The Disk PlOW (Something New)
Peerless Gang, a Fine Plow
to Benlcia Star. Sulky plow
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S. J. STUDLEY P. E. HARRIS
STUD LEY & HARRIS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything; in tbe line of
JUS?, Smder Bui ding on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OL' STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
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