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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1902)
LAKI2 COUNTY EXAniNl-R: LA K I; VIEW OREGON A!klL.i7, 1902.
Local & Personal
Coming & Going
A wo. Mintf '
P.lack i:v seed at tin- lakeview
DON'T HI; MI5l.i:i.
The fr.cuds of I r. I 1 y In his eam-j
paiitn (or County Judge are cndcavi ring '
li) lllltke the peoph bclicVO tlmt i(
elected ho will give 1 .tike county abetter
I business administration t lut ii it has .
! had during tlio inruiiilH'ticy of Judge j
tit would certainly carry out tin'
wishes of the pivplo whom ho has
t I IhmmIw inked fur year past ; he would
tlu tiipi at Davis
w eok in Jul v.
-- . , v
in Lakeview' the first
utile Co . H -
Joe Walters returned t Medford last
Tin l-akeview public s liool will close
Ji.r tin- tTin alKut May ".fit.
Thousands upon thousands of Lakeview
sheep came off tin !-.- i t ll.is wc k.
Krr-'ti A'.ialt'a seed at tl. Lakeview
iliTi handle t.'ii'.
W. II. f-hitk, tin laml :t s- 1 1 1 . Las tmie
Co Harney and Malheur on a business
W. A. Massingil! returned from Port
lam!, via Sacramento ami Letio, last
The Weekly Town Ta!.k of Ashland
ias been converted mt a vory clever
and ih'wsv semi weekly.
Fresh alfalfa seed at' tlm
Mercant ilo Co's
j give I.aki' county an excellent "bu-i-i
tiess administration" for I'r. Daly.
I That can safely U depended on. I In
has placed liiniHolf at tin head of a com
, hination that in .apidlv (.'rowing into tin'
shape of an octopus to absorb every
thing in il w ay . I'r. Paly li.it (omul
hanking ami bond intercut a lucrative
business, ami now lie intends to go in
lo a cattle an! land corporation hui-
tiess that will eventually sw allow uji
lioorge S. N ickorson arrived from Kt.
r.idwell this week.
Miss May Pecraft of Pantos Valley,
who a visitor in Likevicw lust Saturday
Freighters are arriving front the rail
road w ith the big spring ami summer t tit- small -Ix-kinon tin I clear the range
stocks for I.nkeview business men. ' ( tiat (.as that i a detriment to mi.Ii
J. V.. IVrtiard Sou are paying the husiucs conducted on a large Male,
hhe.-a cash price for dry hides. Fdui ,,r 1,,.ar,.(.l ,,,,. Hll1 j,,, j,,
Jeff raridh, the popular foreman for ult , ,. i.xt .,.si .n of (,,ongrefs the
Mapec, in front Wraner last Satttr- tli, c:xnl. e,,rporatioiix of (lie country will
dav. i formulute Home plan hy w hich they can
White Kve need at I.akevie Mer-; get a laud lea-ing hill through and
chantile IV'n. 'leave the ranges of the cnntiy in the
Frank Kogers an ived from the dewrt , (ml ,, H, , , i ,r.iii.ins an he is at
I 1 1 ... 1 - . . . I I
I liiesuay, ana nas me Hpcaraiiie 01 a tlie head ol. The common eopio ne
tn:i n w ho intered well. f..,n...l il.iu ... I, in t 'oi,l-ii'.-s dui im;
The planting eat-on i here. Get! ,...., , , ' ...
tour ire-h and best seeds of all kind at I?- K'utli. the wcxilgrower from tlll. ,,.,,1 s.-s.-ion. jn his present can-
ol'tiMi ifsultf in rnipty ck
t'ls. 'riic wise use til inoni'V
H'ttviiU'S tir MiO lldjipilHS: tif
tilt' futlllt'. Will W.-lsle lltltll.
in;: wIh'u you ilfal lit'if. Von
vi I Im Itt'st t r your r:iJi
iiinl llif most iMit liil iiltt ii
titui t your islic-i. Ilfif
arc jl'ooiIs whii'li i s it h lor
this season's wants ;nitl s;ic
Otl IIIOIK V.
In dies Summer NN'nlsts. 7sc to $;
I ndict MiHiner Vcsl.t. 12 ' li A5C
l.jidiet Stylish Shot's,? I .So to
Fnitcy OimiticA, I j ynr J. lr $i.mi
Zephyr linjcliam. 12 .. n yard.
New DcslitMH Apron C'u-'-'-'
Dres.t (iittltams, UK: a yard.
ft i . ' . '
ALL REMNANTS BELOW COST
Premium Coupons with each j5c tali
5frs. S. W. Pepperdiie, the Altura
tillimt, well known in l-akevtew, hag
removed to San Francisco to take up
Mr. mvu .Irs. Hoin Fuller hrvt; re
JTCVerl from Klaniath Falls to Bonanza,
here af.'. Fuller will open a harness
o4 saddlery estt'kiphment.
Fc tine cluies go to the Red Shoe
ftore. Cliarlie Uravee has the only ex
clusive hoe btore in Lakeview.
Adel, was a business visitor in I.akeview
T. F. Calderwood, C. A. Calderwoo!
didaey for a local ollice that would gie
him a certain power the JWlor is a
very had copv of u good thing or a
I,,) naai ii iiimmi i mi rrr'inriB'TrriKiTnri-rMiri
Born lir Lakeview, Oregon, April 13.
TA'2, tc the wife of Ira Tradiey, of Sil
er Lake, a son 9 lbs. Mrs. liradley
was toruieriy Mips Ada Uasev. I
Services at the F-aptist church
and M. P. Barry were South Warner ; great person.
visitors in Lakeview this week. j ilin Detn.K iattc frii-mls (and some al-
Reverpible 4-in hand tiet, latest styles, leged Itepul li ans, it is understood) are
three for a dollar, at the Monogram. i placarding themselves as very foolish
H. F. McConnauglty, the wealthy cat- j jhtsoiis under present condition. They
tlt.,,jtj t fort Bid well, i' slowly recov- f ure trilling with Fat the fate of the
ering from an t'',n!"' tl",t c"'e Iuarjbel interests of Lake county. The
proving fatal. I Kxamiuer trustt and knows, in fact.
Thomas Lvn h rettirM-l Ut Saturday
?ity Meat Market
from an vxtended visit W Ireland.
Several young men from the "Little
T.nen We" a-companiel lum to .u
their f.-rton.-"8 in Lake county.
t..j:..- .. . beautiful lace ltattd-
rfay morning and evening. Subject in kerchiefs' and various styles in fancy
hosiery at Ahl.-t. oul 1,ro''
Wie morning, "TJie Origin and Builder
f the New Testament Church. Matt.
r. rr- . t . . ...
r. Mimani nas ieen very ill at
Faisley. Dr. Steiner was called to at
tend him last Saturday, returning Mon
day. He was accompanied on the trip
fcy Mrs. Steiner.
The Southern A 'llU'9 8 l,,ro,,Kh
run now ltween x ' '"ra" "' Lakeview-1 debt" is nothing more or less than
ti i -n April 1st, wnen
The rlmrns iuvnrn.1 . '"-t',
the summer schedule
Will Mickel, the popil
takes his Sunday layoff in
John Tucker arid I'an
was taken up.
r driver, now
AlUlfa, P.romiH and Timothy seed for : turned from the desert Soi
aie at J. E. Bernard & SonV. l.J-lni i ., . ,
their sheep. Thev will shear
Mrs. J. K. McGarrev. acting dnutt. . -
, p. . t j IJrr v non.
Mallov has had
t.rana i.t.anlmn Women of Woodcraft, : wint.r ,, the desert at.d is K!ad V '
went to Paisley I st Saturday to pay an back to civilization again.
Jlficial visit to the Paisley Circle, Worn-! , ,, . . ,
' Jeff Parish, foreman for Map-
i ol oodcraft. She returncl Tuesdar . . , ,
I Warner, arriveil in Lakeview Friday
venuig. ! '
j and left for the Maj.es cattle ranch at
f.ast Sunday W. P. Iletyford, F. M. j l'Iuh m Sunday. Font Smith of the
"e-iioru. accompan- palace accompanied him to assist in
l.y Miss .ewart. the school teacher, j branding and marking this season's in-
left for tfce 70 ranch in Chew am an. ' erease of calves.
The.pentlernen exject to remain a week! r-i i i i . i ,
' ! Children s hats and fancy stockings,
wijz.. j l"-1 0,It j'1' arrived at the Monogram,
drape nuts in tfreat piantities at the' W. I). West arrived from the 55 X at
Lakeview Metchanlile Co s. 14 .5
that there are loo many loyal people in
Lake county to ever place the wily and '
deceptive Ir. Ialy in a jH.sition where
he can do harm to local interests, j
Those who reason ami lliinK, ami woo
are not blinded by prejudice, will see
that the dreadful campaign story told
in the ears of the unwary thai Lake
county is "going deejH-r and deeper in
political canard. lr. M.ily and his
lieutenants know it to be a fai l, yet (
they tell the eople their story is
true, despite ihe facts presented al this
time by the ollicers
in their semi-annual
shows that instead of the county go
ing farther in debt the public debt has
been decreased from sixty thousand
dollars to forty-five thousand dollars j
under a Bepublican administration in
Door North of Hotel lakeview $.,.,.,.$
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, l:tc.
LAN I: cS: HTZUEkAM), Proprietor.
H. W. J. BARRY, Proprietor.
Moists boanlctl ly tlie day or month
First class turnout's anil saddle horses.
Our specialty is the quick and safe de
livery of passengers to all points in
and Grain for bale. H-
... i-ake county; proprictors par,ys ()pcra ousc --
l report, which J
They are indeed blind who will not
11 Put your ad in The Examiner, it brings S
acts and figures are not to be cont
'd by mere idle talk and politic tl
Irum. Lake county to lav owes
ii at any time since a lletno
of despondency I
iiliVininnUITC Regarding the Forty Second Annual
wreck. TU lino Statement EQUITABLE Ubh.
iiiiri. (if iinlilic funds. An
t.'hew aucan last Friday and left for the i .
,.,,-! ' iesH rouu )f K((ilTV KVK T,ANI
nupervisoi i-awsoii oi .uoo.. , railroad at .Montague .-at'ir(Jay to iret ;.tK.tM.M-
dollar by lie pub.
Koori enough shew
time.' The fat lcv
paring to have some work done on the ; 6,.Veral head of thoroughbred mares
roads in the adobe district, presumably j t1,at were shipped from below to the
iri the Davis Creek section. If that Chewaucan Land A Cattle Company.
Wi iL Xnhux public highway is itn- j an(, F(.nt ,;an aU.ay8 u
..r-e.l it will b an excellent thing for; at the Palace Club Uooins. There's
prea it will he j , "H.iiiethiim doin' " there. Orop
.he traveling jaiblic. i ;n an(J 81.h all the latest periodicals and j friends of I r. DaJy to
. , i nrettv pictures, ami hear the music, i Tl, ....
T...,.T W nrrinton and t(ekh,P 1 IS if Hnment. lhyr
uujjv w " e" ' '
tiere yesterday for a visit, to relatives In j
. . i .i ...:n I
trie Jower pari oi t ne mate, biio m ic
main for two tnonths, and perhaps
1 by democratic ollice j
to I'OHT V KIVK TIIOCHANDI
'ican ollice hold rs, is j
iii ti-i muL.' nt ll.lM '
New Imsiness written in 11)01: - $LM.r.0 12.07.00
(Jross asset ts, " - X,0M),T2()M
Ciross surplus " 71 ,720,71.7.00
Total payinoiits to jtoliey hoMerH 27,71 1,021. .'2
During the past ten years, the Ivptitable has paid JH.nr,ll,:K Mi ill dividends ot
. i: .1 I 1 ... .. I I.... ...I.. .......... lu ll.ii aninlint fiuiil ill divlllHIlllS llV B11V Otll-
I IIS policy liotiiers, wnn ii mie ij " v,n , --- - .
s i.othing for the j er:Company durinif the same period
stand on for an
longer. Their residence here is offered
lor sale, and when the Judge's term ex
res they intend to shake the dust of
Ilturas from their feet permanently
tays the New Kra.
One day last week a fire was started
liy W. K. Marry on his ranch near
Plush to burn off the tules on the
itmup, At the time the breeze was
favorable, but as the fire raged the wind
Ker. W. J. Wright arrived last Satur- j
day from Halon, New Mexico. Mr. j
Wright is an evangelist, and a bright'
young man. He will liegin evangelistic j
work at New Pine Creek next week and (
w ill make ex ended stays in Modoc, j
Klamath and Josephine counties.
An effort is being made to raise by j
subset iptiott of citizens of Lakeview the j
sum of $500 for a baseball tournament i
to lie held here dining Fourth of July!
week. It that amount is raised a
guarantee of $500 more w ill be made by
leave it to tit good .
other things t circulate
voters to turn Ifa twWiji hk
ta as full of' poittiuailJ mk.
schemes as the world b bril
and dishonesty. I-et tlM VI
their duty and he will be.k?
the way of doing any harm.
Doctor to find
The people must not exfiec f tl.u rjw
high school building to buillj iftj
Lakeview uutd after election. Dn.
Daly is too lusy just at ttmut, so
there's no use. insisting on I avinic the
1 work liegin at once.
turned and in a short time reached the , prjVate parties, making a total amount
bay stacks on the ranch. Three stacks L( fi.ooo for purses.
containing aUiut 75 tons were consumed.: Kor a ,ini,.t .ih, o( t,e finest li.ptor, j
Mr. Barry sent a wireless "Macaroni" , or a pleasent smoke, drop in at the, H. F. Kamp of Salem is tlw Hocuilist
.eMai;e to the fire dei.artment Ht 1 I'e and see (ieorge and Kent. They j caildi(Uta for C ,lgress in l,m district.
mesHage lo uie nn i imriuieni, Bl j treat you well nothing is two good
Plush, but before the department for the comfort of their friends. The ' J. K. Weatherford of Linn eoimty itt the
reached the scene the flames had done ! K1"" U"a'li'"' l!,!"."1H 'H fl,r,,i,-""Il ltU j Democratic nominee. Mr. Tongue will
real lieu ine scene mi names imn uoue ( t()e ,tle(jl nietropolitan pafiers and New
their worst. York pictatorials. 15-tf have no trouble in retaining his seat.
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