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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1900)
alxc EmmtB (Examiner
L.4KKYIF.W, OBftX.O. NF.PT. 6, 1900
A few of the jales of cattle, mules,
eU, in this county last week, are the
following: L. B. Applepate sold to
Silas Obenchain, of Langell valley, 200
head of cattle at $35 per head ; L. A.
Lewis, Frank McCormack and Dave
Hangh, of the iiig Klamath, sold 100
head of cattle to. I. C. Mitchell, of Ga
zelle, Cal.; Judge Smith of Altamont,
sold ten head of mules for $(525 to Mr.
McHenry of Modesto, Cal. Mr. Mc
Henry also bought about 100 head of
mules of John "Wells of Bly. He also
lwught in Sprague river valley 000
head of cattle at 6 and cents per
pound. Klamath Republican.
A great deal has been said lately re
garding a miner's inch and what con
stitutes a miner's inch of water. It may
be of interest to some of our reader?
-who have read the controversy. In
measuring a miner's inch of water, the
surface of the water is to be exactly six
inches above the center of the dis
charge. If the aperture be two inches
in height, each square inch of the open
ing in the plank (1V inches thick will
discharge a miner's inch equal to
.02499 cubic feet per second, 1.4994 cubic
feet per minute, S9.904 cubic feet per
hour, 2159. 14H cubic feet er dav of
And in fa?t everything in the job
printing line at The Examiner ofiice.
When you go to Klamath Falls di.n't
fail to see C. D. Wilson the popular
caterer at the Gem saloon. He carries
the finest stock in town and will treat
you right. The Gem is the popular resort.
Try the Hermitage whisky there. 25-tf
That's choice meat the city butchers,
S. D. Coulter & Co., are furnishing their
patrons with now. This firm has always
on hand and fattening a large number of
You don't want to forget that Post &
King, the popular dispensers, are still in
it. They are under the opera house.
Call and see them. 22
Hon. J. N. Williamson, Senator
elect, has moved his family from Prine
Bob Fitzsimmons, unable to get a
match with Jeffries, has retired from
Ahlstrom Brothers, the gents' fur
nishers. 35 2
Two clips of wool were sold at Hepp
ner last month at 15 cents per pound.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
A three-year-old Standard Bred Stal
lion, sired. by the great McKinney ; first
dam, Mission Belle. For full pedigree
apply to Wm. Harvey, Paisley, Or. 30-2m
Q. W. WISE,
The Plush House,
Plush, Lake County, Oregon.
Choice residence lots for sale. En
quire at Tbo Examiner ofllco. 28-tf
PETITION roil MO,rOK M F.XNF..
We, the undersigned legal voters of Chewau
c&n precinct, Lake county, State of Oregon, re
spectfully petition the Honorable County
Court of Lake county. State of Oregon, to grant
a license to M. C. Currier to sell Spirituous, Malt
and Vinous Liquors in less quantities than
one gallon in Chewaucan precinct, Iake
county, State of Oregon, for the period of six
months, as in duty hound we will ever pray.
C E Campbell W W Hampton
George Drumm J W Donnelly
Jack Simmons D Harrow
Al Banister J S Kelsay
S (iavlord J C Hanan
J D Farra B W Farrow
( W Hunan L A Mom
Richard L Sherlock Fred Weidey
A F Pike F M Conn
A A Moore George Cooley
J A McDonald Frank Partin
If T Stanley J J Moore
John Drumm Sr George Conn
Kufus Phelps Charles Trumbo
W H Tucker I.andy Griffith
Wm Hartlerode Wm McCormack .
T W Johnson George Ranney
John Simmons c W Withers
Martin Lauritzen C L Withers
J P Taylor A J Soott
George Heed W D West
J D CoiiKhlin II K Reed
Barnv O'Farrell C B Parker
.? K Bani.ter Virgil Conn
George P Lovegrove W M Marsters
J A Drumm
Notice is her'bv given that the undersigned,
M. C. Currier, will apply to the County Court
of Lake county, Oregon, on the 7th day of Sep
tember, 19IKI, for a License to sell Spirituous,
Malt and Vinous Liquors in less quantities
than one gallon In Chewaucan precinct. Lake
county, Oregon, for a period of six months
from September 9th, PtO.
Aug2-:ft6t M. C. CURRIER.
S, F. &HLSTROSVI
Has opened up shop in a new build
ing just south of the Daly building
Everything in the Harness and Sad
dle line made to order, or in stock.
The Lakeview Druggist,
Can be found at the new stand
near the old site, ready to
give their patrons the usual
KIg Ktoek JuMt Iteeelved.
J. E. Bernard
Are still in business
At the Old Stand.
We didn't burn out.
A-notia-er Carload, of
Wagons, Buggies and
On .tlxe road.
F. K. M1IITJI. 31. I.
Fhyalelan and Hurgron.
OFFICE Bll &WHlc)'s Drug Store. Calls made
promptly day or night.
K. II. NJI1TII If I
Ihy!elan and Nargron
OFFICE-Ukevlew Drug Co's. Store.
CITY MEAT HAKRET
at the old stand
Fine Beef, Pork and Mutton
No Increase in Prices on account
of the Fire.
mperrv a ;rk;;
I.. F. DXX
Attorney at law
OFFICE Italy nuiiJinjf.
c. it. nAijtvnriiK
C. II WATHOX
Will attend to ny civil hiine entrust-! u him,
in any of the countien of the Firt Judicial cUtrict.
V J. .MOO UK
Attome3-.at-ljW . Notary I'nhlle
Iakevlevi , Or.
Miw n. j. niisisV.n
t'onnty Manager for the
VI AVI CO .Ml AW .
O-FICE-Maiii St. Ukevisw, Or.
lt. I. II HA.MNIIY
IHt. O. F. DRMORKNT
OFFICE-X. Arzner'i Residence.
HAS K. JIOOIIF.
Hurveyor and Civil Engineer.
Heervoir nite loc&ttd. Flatting and Ditch
leveling Timber and other lands examined
for parties living at a distance.
C. H. Dunlap
lias a Complete Stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Candies, Stationery, Etc
Are in their new building on the Old Sitt.
Ladies', Cent's and Misses'
Boys' and Children's
Physicians' recommend Jense Moore
whisky for sickness because of its purity.
Whorton & Fitzpatrick has it. 34-tf