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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1902)
LA K10V IKW, LAKK COUNTY, OltLOON, THURSDAY, SKI. 18, V.m.
SI I IE LOVED
Ihc Orcjfiinlrtn (lives the Details
of the cMnt!onnl 5ult In
volving n Ijike Cltlcn.
I Mm I In- iiplnlmi In l,ali lew that
I lii' Milt I ii I i I ii 1 -. I In MIm i'.irdie
41 ! 'art . i f Wayne dainty, Mich
tSiiii, irxl while m IhhiI I -ii -1 ii -t In
this county , ii,:iiIii-I .1. l. I liTV fi inl.
f Lukci lew. fur .7ii,ihmi Jul- breach
i f iii mil -, I inn- tlml Iiiim I ii
linn-il tip by Hniiii- ni-llhiu ut iiiini'v
III ill' li'f In gel n um fat f iv
II l. Hi- lululit Jil a will Iiiim
limn rhl mil f.ir mi wra .-I'M im.i
Sic luiiilm In llii'iiw away
I ha: i-t ra . ln.it mi. u , , l, ' .
I '. 1 1 ui in r .i ! I Ii - lii -i iii w h n i ii
wiih 1 1 lull 1 1 mil , ti mi' lul I- U r.nii
lii. i, I I 'ml In ml. A I Dial linn- ilr
I i II i n- in il kimwn 'I In' I in 1 1 -i.
hi uf tin- I'M 1 1 llmt jriw-s In- iij 't ii'
I I In I'm ii fi ill 1 1 k; " I in i l,i' N . Mi ui Iv
I if il III- I 'illllilj. . MiilllU'lM. Walllx
.lain. I I lit fi hi 1. 1 if I .ii l.i' ii u , I ir.,
III pill IllT ."ril.'HHI H'rlM i' I'I'fllM'M
I'l I III IV 1 1 1 I I III' ' I I III I ll' H 1 1 ' Hl M III'
I 1 1 II Il lli II' III 1111111.1 IllT. '1 II I'ntiili-
lim In r i I j i : 1 1 1 ii inl i'iiIiiiti- Hh 1'iiv
nii nl. mi hit i iiiniiii'iii i ll mi iirilmi
in tin- I'niti'il Slali H illtli I dniil
In I " . . r 1 1 . 1 1 1 I . tin- complaint U in
llli" I yesterday lili ruing. It Im ii
In I f il - 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 niul does nut tin Intu
Till' !' llll ililill t lllll'l'H lllllt nil till-
-."Hi day uf I iivi'iiil.i-r, A. I. I'.NHi. nt
LakcllcW, III'., Ill runi-lilernt iull uf
i In- jit -iiiiiw uf t In- plant in, wliu was
llii-ti ful.' ninl unmarried, in mari s
tin- ili'fvmla ii I , t In- ili'liiiil, ml iiinii-Imi-iI
lu marry tin- plant ilf un I he
'.''I Ii day uf IIi'ii-iiiImt, A. l. ;iii, 1 1 it-
iiiiii- liilnu tin- dale mutually
nuri-cd il ! i Im'Iwii'Ii I I . i I i 1 1 1 f ami
li fi'iiila nt .
1 1 Ii fui't lii-r ii-riti-il I aat plaintiff.
ill Inline in xaiil ri 1 1 1 1 1 -. ha, since
l i'l na i lii" I ami i uli I i II mi I In In- ami Im
h. il.- an I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 l it 1 1 . ami Iiiim Ih i-ii
ami U willing In marry tin- difcn-
lanl . I in I I In- ill fi -1 1 I .-1 1 1 1 ri'fii-i'il lu
inai ry I In' pin 1 1 1 1 ill nil lln' Mil. I Ill
lay uf liiTt'inliiT. A. I'. 1 '. h 1 1 . nr nl nil
I IiuiiIi l'i-illi'Mti-i en In iln 1 1 y the
plalnlirf. I'.y ivhmiIi uf lhs failure
llir plaintiff alleges that mi- Iiiim
been iliinnmril III Iln- mm uf ??7il,(MMI.
W luTi-fuii- plaint iff pra.H fur Jmli-.
iiu'iil. fur 1 1 in t Mini, tuiilii-r with
i umIm mnl iIImIhiivciiu'IiIm.
t)'liiy ami Tapli-.v ari- tin- li-al
ii-pri'MiMitatlvi'H uf tin plaintiff In
1'iirllanil, having Ihm-ii t'liaril dy a
llrui uf Mli'hlan lawyi-rn. Mr. ('
Day miiIiI yi'Htrnlay that hi' illil lint
knuw iiiui'h nliiint tin-rircniiiMtaiii-i-K I
uf ln cum' Ih'ViiimI what wan htati-il
In tin' -1 1 1 1 1 I .-1 1 1 1 1 . I Ii-halil t hi' Mii-h-luan
nu n irpriKi ntiil tin' plaintiff tu
lie a m huul ti'arlu'f, ami It w iim prr-Miiini-il
thai hIii- wuh rnnai'il in
li-aclilntc Hrhoul In I,aki ('utility at
I ho thin- thi' pruinlnc to marry 1h
alli'Ki'il to tin ' lui'li inaili', nl)
t'hrlNtiiiaH ilay, 1IMKI. Mr. O'Day
Hiiyn ln tmik puliiH to liiijuiri- into
I lii -nnlni'in'HH of tin- riu- lii furt- hi
wuulil cutiMi'nt to Ik- inih'iitifli'il
with It, ami from w hat he Iiiim li-arn-i'il
lu Im coiivlni'i'il It Im liuii'i llili-.
Jaini'H I), ili'ryfonl Im I ln ynnnni'Mt
uf thnv lirothiTH wlio uro cxtt'iiHivc
ly i-iiKaed In tin llvi'Htock IiiihIiii-hh
In Iiiikii County, upi'ratliiK hh llcry
funl Itru'M. The oilier iiu-iuIiith of
I hn firm an- William and ili-nry.
.laini'H I). Irt a wliluwiT, hU flrnt
wlfit IwivliiK illi'd alinnt five yi-ai'H
null, li-avliiK liim wit h four rlilhlrcn.
All tlm Hi'ryfonlH an Hulmtautlal
i ltlr.niiH. anil arc hu Hiicci'Hhful lu the
llvcHtiick ImihIiu'hh that thi-lr hulil
lii(jfH (if cattli', liorm'H, anil IhiiiIh ait'
xald to lio worth Hoiiu'thiiiK like $110(1,
iKMI. Yi'arM ajco 1 luy i-aiun up from
California, where their father wan a
Several rortlaiul jK'ople who liavo
lived In J.akevlew anil are iici.ualn
leil with tin Ileryforilw have never
heard of ISInlle MeCtirty nor of any
eiitfaHjeinent of Jaini'H 1). lleryford
to marry anyliody, Mi'h, V. A.
CotfHwell Ik a hIkU-i1 of lhe lleryford
lioyH, and Hhe hii.vm nhe never heard
uf MInm MiCarty, or that her hroth-
it nunln contemplated iiiatri
' Miniiv. Even tin- attorney for tin1
plaint Iff iIih'h nut know whether hIh'
C IT I lllllilll HI III Mil III (ll'I'lTOH. 'I'll
j tin- Im-hI i if tin recollection i if present
i i. ml olliclnl tlilM Is tin- llrt hrcacll-
uf promise case ever fl !! In the
I'nlii-il Siad'M Court hi-re."
! An KxnnilniT ii'pri'Ki'iitntlvi' Inter
viewed Mr. Ili-r.vfut-il lani. .Nl. iiIji ,
lint he had nothing to nay i't;ii nliu
I III- I'llMI-.
Slivrlff lliiulap w iiMiippuliited )i-pu-ly
I nl led Nt a liM Mailial, lnwrtc In
thi'i iiMi-, and I.imI Mmiilay Hi-rvi'd Mr.
I i , f. ill I wild a inpy uf tin- run.
pl.ilut. Tin- I H'i'hiiiiIiiii eiTM in tin- aliuxe
ri-uaiilinu: tin- Iiiiii uf lliT.furd I'.ium.
'1'Ik' Iii iii Im runipuMi'd uf W in. I', ami
.lanii'M i. I li-r fi ird. M i m. C. A . um
Will uf I 'ml la ml m m it a mUIit nf In
lii'i .xfnril I'.rut hi'i , Inn Im a Iii'mI
Mil Mi'i'arty, tin' I'uiiipliiiii.'inl, Im
l.imw u li.v a imiiiiImT uf H'npli- In
I a Ue i niinty. Sin- taught w huul in
'I'liuniaM Civi-k iliMtrirl.
5uiiiiunry of AeMment for ly()2.
Ai-Hi-i""ir .li'lin l. Illnir Iiiih jimt (iiiii
l.li Ir, I Iln- :rj iiHxi'Hxiiii-iit fur Lake
ruiiiiiy, un I '.In- Cniiiiiy K innl of
L.llllllltl'HI If IIUH liM.klll liVlT tl.n
mil. Ill- f-x. t-a-i-lt-il I liul the . iiil will
Ik- I .lire. I I iv ll.i- liniii.l i mi In r llill lu
itimI. I ln' le-M-i-M il vitlue uf nil prupi-riy
ix l,.v.m,(i;i;i, Hn iikhuihi fl.Wo.Vt: m
PHil , milking it in-t iiicri'ii-i- of t "H -H,;.
Ainu iil'hli- liiml 4D, 17
" nun tillnlile Un.l :;n.i
it i, i i.
I in I .ruvi-Mii ii t x un ilii'.l
i' l In mix,
I'.MII l.ilx .VI
" " (all;
I in pri.vi'il t.i ll lot
'J'J S( IS
' n. .1 ilii'd.-il H..VI7
. M ili-x ti-li-k'' ii h ami
li li'l'li'iiii' line, I ."i
' M iii x t .- t I and
teli-piml.e line Lll0
M.inul.ii iii ini; iiiiii li-
! im-ry . ell- lo.ltHi
, Md-e. mid i-tm-k in I
trad,- Id, I'd
! I HI I'll-IIH'lllH, ( HUH !
I eti'., etc., :tf,74't
i M'.ii y V7,h7:i
j Nuii'H ami Hivuiitits n-l,i:M :
j Sharex of Murk
Mniri-M i f htoi k '.M,:t.s7
IIoiim-Iiui f'lrnitiire '
ji-Mi lry. etc. 21 .S-4 1
lli mi'h and naili't) 5,774
IlnrNi-ii ami iiiiiIi-m .ril.) , 400
' " 24ii,i!)4
I v me 424
( !roen" val. all prop. 1 ,l'2,74(.l
Total iicM HHeil val 1.&SIU.033 !
Suiiiiuiiry, hint year 1 ,.r2().r47
UIU Dl-AL CLOSED.
The Itooth-Kelley Company Iiiim
i-IohciI the ix deal with the Califor
nia & Oregon Land Company to
take all the land of the latter com
pany at the prlneely price of $2,tMM),
(MK). The fm-t that thin ureat eHtate
Iiiih fallen Into the handrt of the
Hoot h-Kelley Company auburn well
for the t'ountleH of KaHteru Ort'Kou
in which thewe IiiikIh art located.
The deal wiih held off until the Hooth
Kelley people wen cunvlnced that
the Cnim-ltay-Salt-Lake (dreat l'a
tern) railroad would 1m built. That
road will build through Lake cuun-t.V-
Leo Mulkey and Edna Cloud Wed
ded. A happy event occurred at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hon Cloud, near New
Pine Crock, last Sunday, lu which
thelrdaughter Miss Fdna, Cloud and
Mr. I ii'ii Mulkey of Davis Creek were
theceiitral figures. On thattlay Itev.
II. Smith, pronounced the words
that .made the youngcoiiplc husband
and wife, Tlie young couple a re still
receiving the congratulations of
The Northwest Visited by the
(Jreatest l ire In its History
! Death nnd Destruction.
Lnri-Hl fire continue I-- jMiifi in every
f - 1 1 mi f I ii mi -r n .Miuu (iimbIi ami
( Ui k iiiiii" rniiiit ii'O. I liimxHiiil if
in ti n luivi- Lei ii (-ii 1 1 1 '! i.vi-r, Riid liim-ilu-lxi.f
i-ixiii liiive Im-i-ii ri'tili-ri-i
Imiiii-li-xx, hv 'I lu- Oii'iiuiiiiin. I'eiiple
Imve In i'ii i'iini'llri tu five fur their
live", Mini Iniiliy I'xi ;im d only l,y k'li'lop
ill! ll.i. u.li tin- fill-K ll,Ht 1 1 v -1 .i-i I tin)
r.'inlx. iiiiiiii'ii in Iln- iviiiitv of
t r - -) i : I t , l.'ix k nil, I'n vl -l 'm Vallt-v,
l'.iix.inl lluiiiir, Il.iiiia-rux, priliK-uaii-r.
'i"l.i. 1 1 ililiiii, I hIi'I l.imle laivi
I C lln-ir mii'i"', ImriiH, (ui,ci-, ami
linn h ol t heir livi-Htoi k.
HI IN AMI IT.ATII
lli'teiiri- h li'A Ii i.-l pniiiN on the
; Ni rilii'i-t fnii'Mi tin-K up to lanl Sutur'
il.iv iii-lit :
I i i . I i - ultHcki'il and ri'fi li-iiri-H
llirenteiit-1 mSuutli I'urtlaml.
IMm.hi- in r..i-t-rii MuHiiuiiiai
Hiiiuiii.tx to f IJ "hhi. ami ever family I hh
lie liF'liiinrf tin tire Mini- M 1 1 1 1 1 1 a .
j f-i-vi-iiil f m in 1 1 it-H liiirnril out on the
, Si'i lioii Line nnul.
Tlin-e l w -Ui ntf m mid the cuunty
! hriiliti-K u-ui in I'lriixaiil Valley.
Klnmi-H Mirii.niiil the dvn llu i of a
ri-M.li nt o l.tH'kwnut! and race went
ii linili lhe Itui-e Line road.
Tu prolert the town of (inliam, men
Maud jiard i.ul.t ami day. Fully liHJ
. men me a: wink Id t-ave 'i"K-rly in the
i ilantleroiiH heat.
I i . ii. itiH'K iiiiii n iiiirrovi t'M-ii ironi
lili-aih at I'li-UMiii t Home. A i-hwiiiiII
ax di'Mlriiveil nnd lour otlnTH ttere in
j lluilk'lT. i
Lire com pa ii ie, ut-re ciilli-il out to
i I rviiilmi. 'l he tt'hidciitri cf thai part
j of I'oitlaud ueie on duly from 2 o'clock
j vetei'l.iy liim iiinv
' Nmi ai rival of -.-rain and coMing
. i i .i i i i.
, ii i , .. i. i i i .
) rniix 1 1 in- ,it tn-ii-1- xinihl' in nil.- iiiuiiiii
of till' ( 'I'luillliill.
'li-li'Hrn.iii- mat ki t u purls cur
tailid ou, i ti j In I rouble with lhe win-H.
laiiiii'e m ar l.i iitti nmnuiits to over
Tillamook City haw been faved from
impemlmi! duoni by titi'i-ly change oi
I'oreHtH in 1 lunulas and Jack nun Conn
lien are ou tire, but dainaiie yet in Hinail.
Siiperiutendeiit Orinsby, of CaTade
Fori'Ht Ker-erve, fays no tire has jet
entered the reserve.
Sixty jicople. in the town of fprinii
water, Cluckatnan County, forced to th e
for their lived and rendered honn-lecH,
and a fine ti in Iter belt deatroyed.
Sawmill of the liridul Veil Lumbering
Company and the whole town of Palmer
hiniated two luilcH cant of Bridal Veil, in
th'H county, destroyed.
Valuable timber deatroyeil near C
bnrn, Wilhoit Sprimts and Wendliui:
and other iinta. Men at Wendlinft are
Hw anipiiitf the timber in order to save it.
LocHCH will amount to thoutiands of dol
lain. instruction of village of Viola feenis
Woman burned to death near Van
couver, Wanh., and woman and her
child are minning.
Mills, luniU-r and timber to value of
1,(X)0,000 destroyed In Clielialia County,
Later reports, up to yesterday, show
even a worue condition of affairs. Many
deaths have occurred.
Pete" Folletf Wagon.
It Ih mild that "Pete" Follett and
Fayette Cannon, of New 1'lne Creek,
are Htlll nguriiiK with lH-ncil and
paper for a Kolutlon of the problem
of how to n't that wnj?n out of the
(died without tearing down the
building. Some days no Mr. Fol
lett t-oncluded to build a cover on hid
wanoii jirt-paratory to taking a trip
down to Sacramento with hlx fam
ily. In order to yet In the made to
'do the work, he ran the wagon lu
under a shed. With Mr. Cannon's:
help the work ot building u top on j
the wagon was completed In the
course of a few days. After the job
was completed Follett remarked
j with some satisfaction: "There she i
Im- and Mm a bully Jnb". When t hey
attempted to run the w a iron out
Hii-mIii'iI they dlMi-oven-d that the;
tup wiim t no bl: by a foot or two to 1
... . i
K'l llirnllull llie Hlieil ii-llinu-
Neither Follett nrCiimioll eviTHWi'lir i
ntleiiMt nut at i he Hume t Inn but
tiny thought n few thlnM that.
Hlmiild never enter a man' head
when beV in church. Of cnnrMe nu-1
IikTuiim iii'lvflilmr m have ever Hlnee
been Klvinif Follett advice. Some
told hliu tu burn the nhi-il down,
ol Iiith to cut the w a truii In two nnd
take it nut p'.ece nt a time, and
llll'- fi-llmv Hiitciri-Mie I I tut t In- t ll II ih -I
nut, w hil -ut hi-i'M luld blia to leave
the wnifuii w hen-it in n ml ;ivi' up I Ih
I rip. lie imw ire t letters through
tin- mail Ii llin him w hat tu iln it
In itio i'uiiMiih'r.''l no Iniiyr i-.-ife to
ii'U ii-i- him piT-uiia li.v.
'I estimcnial Concert a Success
Tie- Ii-mI iiuuiiinl cuiici-rt la-xt Sat
urday evening w im really enjuyed
by tin- i-'upli- nf Lillievii-W.
Tin- mum- fiiruiMhi-i! by the new
Lake iew Orehi'Mt ra w as exci ediiiK;
l.v iruu l, ami rii 'u ve l Ilia ny favorable
coiiiiui'utM. A vui-iil muIii by MImh
Milli-f ia her MWeet'-Mt voice, fiiiluwed
by a pl.iilu Miiin, "Sl.'lli l'.i-11-i," by
.Mrs. I'.iTtraiid i'.l.iir, highly plea-u'd
I h'- aililii lli e.
Ho.-ni uf Summer" by
liver, Mcm. I'.ertraud
Mil" Miller and Mai
lieaut ifully rendered.
Misses Milier and Snider, hhii,' a
vocal duet that was heartily
applauded ami this was followed by
a recitation "The Flower (iiri," by
Mrs. Will Si, i-i,-,
hil uf t In- evening,
hnliie i ill I he stai1
a- i;race, and a
ulily. Lakeview audiences shall de-
mand t se' Mrs. Steele U-fnre the
fuulliirhls often in the future.
Mr.-. I ,ver saair "Tin- Whijiper'HI
Sunn" ia her usually masterful
style, and as an enchure siin in a
rich, mellow nice, Shaduw uf the
Pines." Hit siniuu' is delight fill.
'lhe churns nf einht voices in
"Italia" was ;rrand.
Tin- atiilii-nce was larye and appre
ciative, and the receipts of the eve
ning, at a low admission fee,
amounted to $42. j
Stockmen of this section are
through hayinjr and report an un
usually Inre crop.
lUi'f iratlieriiiH: lias Ih'iiii. Cattle
are not as fat as usual, owini; to
poor ranire and dry, hot weather.
Mrs. Thus, (iarrett returned this
wii'k from Lakeview, wheivshe went
to m-eive medical aid.
Miss Marion Antone, daughter t
Mrs. L. C. Meyer, left for Honanza to-
day to attend aneiht-months' term
of school at that place. She has re
sided at Illy for the past year with
her sister, Mrs. Creed McKendree.
Incendiarism Near Merrill.
A fire on the evening of September
Nth at the ranch of A. I). Hayes,
twelve miles southeast of Merril, des
troyed the barn, granary, blacksmith
shop and two stacks of hay. The
residence was saved by (1. L.
Schwartz, who was sleeping In the
building. All the fires started up at
once, so It was unquestionably the
work of an Incendiary, says an Ex
aminer correspondent. Wluever set
the fires displayed n human spirit, at
least, for before the barn was fired
three horses were turned out to save
them from a cruel death. Kags, sat
united with kerosene, were found , Klt, resolved to break earthly shock
under the eaves of the kitchen when ! les and seek relief lu eternity. This
the fire was started at the residence.
The loss is $1500; no Insurance.
Race horsemen, Attention.
The Examiner Is advised by A J.
Myers of the Modoc County Agricul
tural Association, that all horses in
liUke and Klamath counties are
competent to compete for purses in
This omission was
made In printing the posters
here Is a chance for Lake and Khun-J
nth horsemen to go down to Al-
turas Sept. -1) to Oct. 4 and get some
of that money. The purses ' are
T C ttrlTDM
details of the Sad Tragedy That
Cast a Gloom Over the Town
ot Klamath Falls.
Iiit wii'k The Kxaminer inadp
brief iiieiit'ion of a HhiM-klui; tragedy
I at Klamath 1'alU, in which Mtm.
1 William Nail, known by a irood
inuiiy peupli- in Lakevii'W w here nl.e
fnrmerly ri-Mided. wiim the central
figure. The tra'-redy oi'i-urred nt 'A
p.m. mi Munday, the sth ImmI.. and
at lu p.m. the unfuit umite woman
died. In a fit uf despondency Mrn.
j Nail mIiuI hiTMi-lf with a 41 calibre
piMtul. Sli'-had Imi'II ill Mince July
IiimI. when Mho Imvmiiic a inother,
and the thuiiirht that win- could
never regain her ln-alt h prompted
her to M'lf-dext ruction. A nlmrt
time prcviuiiM to firing the fatal
hhot me told a ni-iulibur that me
il'iteudi-d killiliLC hetvelf. Am) hooli IM
puMsible the neighbor, Mtm. Jnne.i,
M-nt fur the hnsliaii'l to apprise him
of liin wife'w threat, and ;it the mo
ment the information wan lK-in
jriven him. the report of the pistol
was heard. The unfortunate wom
an was found l.vin on a lx-d on the
lloor which hhe had carefully pre-
. pared fur the purposi'. and by her
! Hide was the Mankind pistol. The
! physician called found a bullet
j wound just below the heart, and the
j bullet lodged in the back. The phy-
which was theSiciau notified the relatives; that
Mrs. Ste-le is at j death was certain to follow. Her
and shows excel-. sister, Mrs. (ieore l'.atchelder, was
training, as well Hiiminoned at once by wire and
charmiiii; person- left Lakeview sunn after receiving
the niessav?-, but lnny; In-fore reachinj;
i Kluinath Falls, the form of
( loving1 sister was cold In ili a I Ii.
I'.efuiv she passed away Mrs. Nail
was cnn.-cimis and talked with thuse
about her, expressing her desire to
d e and end her earthly troubles.
The Klamath Kepublicau says:
The unfortunate unman left two
notes nne fur her husband and
une fur her father. She expressed
affectionate solicitude, but revealed
an unhappy condition of mind. In
one of them she said she had inten
ded to take her baby with her, but
didn't have the heart to do it. The
funeral services were held on Wednes
day, under the auspices of the lodges
of Odd Fellows and Daughters of
Kebekah and were attended by a
larfie concourse of sympathizing
friends. An appropriate sermon
was yiven in the opera house by
Itev. Mr. Shields of the Presbyterian
church, and the burial ceremonies of
, tUe fratt.riial oriler were observed
j t t .,.,..
Mrs. Nail, the wife of Wiu. Nail
mill daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Breltenstein, w as born In San Fran
cisco, March 2, 1n77, lieing aged 25
years, ti months and 3 days at the
time of her death. She was united
in marriage with Win. Nail In April,
WOO. Besides her husband nnd In
fant child, she leaves her father and
mother, two sisters, Mrs. George
Iiatchelder of Lakeview and Mrs.
Chas. W'oolsey ot Petaluuia, Calif.,
nnd one brother, Kit-hard lirelten
steln of this place.
Mrs. Nail was an amiable, high
minded young lady, Just entering
the bloom of womanhood, esteemed
by all who knew her, and her un
timely and tragic death caused the
keenest regret. Frail, nervous, and
sensitive, her soul was crushed by
llie trvlmr vicissitudes of life, ami
is one of the saddest happenings in
the history of the community and
elicits the profoundest synipnthy
for the surviving husband and child,
the father, inother, sisteisand broth
er, who, by the decree of an inex
plicable and Inexorable fate, are
plunged Into almost unliearable
Frank Musgrave, brother of Mark
Musgrave of the Hot Spring resort.
arrived last week from Montague
and expects to make his home In
this section. Mr. Musgrave is a
dry goods salesman, and was em
ployed in a big store at Montague
before coining here.