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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1902)
LAKB COUNTY CXAHINCR: LAKEVICW OREQON JUNU. i, 1902.
"Ju.lMn rUmsl.y of M.rrlll I" Wll
now, tlmt sound Mr. And th nm
It qullw familiar, Hurcly llU mttl Im
"Iuo" Kmly, formerly of Ijikevlaw
"Th dluiiltf of tlin court miit m
uilnulmtl." af , 8hake, your
Arinttr Hro. tint Im-al olsckstnlltis
hav riMdlvtxl nnw machinery (or llwlr
hop. Tim iimi'hliira arn all lalxir
I UK anil iito-ilali. ()im vry tine ma
rhino la an Iron an l stunt :uttir. Tliey
Iso have lMt-Kwr eumry hjI (or
Kwrnnr WvIIm, tlm Imst-tiall ilaytr
tiaa nlurinl to Clrville (rom I'alo
Alto, wotiipiwlml lr Prof. W. Harvlre
and 8. Cssl'ii, who are no doubt good
tall ilyira, also. We hoM) to ei thorn
antli'iocn in t.kviti during tha
port of tlie Aral week ill July.
Post A. Klnu hav inst rtM-ivcl a Mir
lick of rviT) thin first clas in llifl linn
of "it ii'MMla." 1 hftr i-fiur la atortxl
full of the ImI slock to lw had on llm
China Ninir. who waa known hre in
Lakwinw an Hook Iy, ll resUuritnl
ur. and who Wftit to Kan Francim-o and
marriml an Am'rlciMilwl C'hinwa girl
bringing hir to Alio ran, ia the falhrtr of
k bouncing kr I rl . Thia ia thtt drat Chin
Me hahy born in Mmloc county.
The iMcriw of Honor imM initiatory
cerctnotilra Inst Thursday evening, and
upon adjourn innl let' cream and rake
was aiirvil, and K"d time wti had
The Kinmiiier return thanka to the
committee, and to Mm. II. It. Ihinlap in
particular, for teneroiia iily of re
Jark Mulkry ha returned from Napa
county, Citl., to the home of hi parent
t Ia In Creek. Ilia many frientta here
will regret to learn Ihut liia physics.) con
dltion grows gradually worao and that
all hiM for hi restoration to health has
been alniidined. It ia ssi I that Jack
ha but a short time to live.
Chttrliit tiravea, iironritilor of the Ked
HIum Store, lcsir Inn patron to know
that business at hi establishment in
the future will close Saturday night un
til Monday morning. tf
The Ik Chutea I a Iio, a new aspirant
to puhlic favor, published at Itend,
Ciook county, ia In-fore ua. It ia
prightly little weekly, A. C. Palmer
publisher and II. F. KtefU editor. The
Kcho onxx t to hear the echo of the
Iron-horse whist It in the Je Chute
foreitt Ixtfore many month.
Itia aid that Mr. Craven, w ho claim
ed to be the wife id Senator Fair, and
who fettled the long time litigation
over the dead inillionuiru'a estate with
the children of dcrcrtHcd, for a consider
ation of f'it),ttJ cash, haa receipted for
the money and flown from San Francis
co leaving her attorney to mourn her
Miss Merlhu Melvin, a clerk in the
Iteddmg iMiHtollice, in down with the
amallpox, and the atamp clerk Thomas
Iteyuohl, ha the variloid, or mild form
of amallpox. The holding ollice ia in
bad shape. I-ettom going through that
otllce from IIiirriHon (iulch, a mallox
infected dislri'-t, communicated the dis
You want a mower or rake at a low
price, because tin in the season when
you want to think about new (arm
machinery, Schmiuk A Son will fur'
nih your want at a lower price than any
oilier hotiso. 1 ry lliem .
Mr. II. K. Her) ford and children
left Sunday for Kogue River valley on a
month' visit with her parent, who re
aide at ltutte Creek. They left by pri
vale conveyance with a camp outfit and
will atop at all the pretty camping Bx)ts
on the way. Harry Heryford waa
pilot and will furnish game and Hsb for
A aerie of Ave game of bane ball haa
been arranged to m pi ay ml between the
Adin and Hieber ball team and the Hret
of the aerie will be played Sunday on
the ground. The Adin boy have boon
doing considerable practice work during
the past two weeks and are in condition
to put up a pretty good game. AHuraa
On the 3d inst., near Kedding, Cal.,
the Oregon Expreits ran into an open
witch demolishing two engines and
killing engineer Jim White and fireman
Van Tassel I. A fiend, (or fiends) were
responsible (or the tragedy. The penal
ty for train-wrecking ought to be made
worae than death. There ure worse
Manley Whorton returned from Ton
opah lant Friday. The climate there
does not agree with him, and he came
back to Lakeview to recuperate. Out
aide of the uuhealthdilncsa of the place
"Man" eaysTouopah I a great town. It
Is rich, and monty flows there like
water. However, few people can stand
the unsanitary conditions that prevail
there, and the population is of the
Governor (lagn of California, who i a
candidate for re-nomlnatlon, aaya he
will commence libel suila, both criminal
and civil against Spreckels and Ieakeof
the Nan Franclaco Call, M. II. Ie Young
of the Chronicle, and Col. Otis of the
Lo Angeles Time, who mercileaaly
saileil him nn charges of corruption at
Kan Quentln prison.
The Davis Creek correspondent to the
New Kra aaysi Mias itertha Khed J met
with a very serious accident on her way
to Davis Creek Sunday. The seat of the
cart (ell off backward, precipitating the
young lady with great force to the
ground. Her head struck a rock and
ahe was rendered unconscious for
several hours. At lat report she had
improved a little, but t still In a i
HUHISKHH OPPORTUNITY: To the
right parly we will give excluive sale of
our product in iike county. Ilejuire
iiiiiiumI ail vance payment lor vxxia
Addre. International Power Vehicle
Co., Drawer 0, Stanford, Conn.
One day lat week Cheater l!loodo
a young man well known in lakeview
waa handling a 22-calibre tiiatol, at
Pitch 1ak, near liarnes Valley, when
the firearm was accidentally discharged
the ball enter! g the inide of the left
thigh. BlooiUoe cut the lead from be
neath the akin on the optoite side, and
started for I-akeview to have the wound
dreed. The young man ia now about
town on cruU he.
Dr, II. II. Iiowlhy, a young dentist of
Portland, arrived in Lakeview lat Fri
day and will loeate here to practice hi
profeion. Hi cifflce i in Hotel Ijike
view, room U8. Dr. liowlby comes
highly nHOin mended, a letter to The
Kiaminer signed by a prominent gentle
man of Portland iiaving preceded him
here letting of hi high standing in the
dental ro(enion and hi gentlemanly
iiilalille. rtie Dr. will lw pleaited to
have call from tliono who wish dental
The flnt vegetable of the season
are now in tlie market, hverytliing
In the hue will le louml at the Lake
view Meat Market. I-ane A Wendell
proiMHoi to furnish their patrons with
everything tiro' class in the meat anil
vegetable line I rom their cold storage.
(iet it there and you know it's good. 2
A private wedding occurred in the
parlor of the Hotel Lakeview I ant Mon
day evening, the contracting parties
being Mr. John D. Farra and Miss Fan
bie It. Taylor, both of Paialey. Town
Recorder Uaibuch tied the nuptial knot
in proper style, and Mr. and Mrs
Farra received the congratu'ations of
friend. The groom is a prominent
buaines man of Paialey and the bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pre.
Taylor, who rexide in the Chewaucan
valley. The Examiner wishes the
happy couple much joy and good fortune.
S. L. McNaut'hton, opular stage
man, arrived from Ager Monday, and
went to Surprise Valley to see about
his star route contracts. Mr. Mc
Naughton will soon leave this section
much lo the regret of all the people from
lakeview to the railroad. The changes
will not Ite made, however, for several
weeks, although the contracts will go
into effect on July 1st. Mr. McNaugh
ton will conduct the service on the Wow-
tern line for Mr. Yadin until that
gentleman winds up his affairs in other
localities. In turn the contractor doing
service betweed Ft. Uidwcll and the N-
C-O railroad will continue the work un
til Mr. McNaughtou finishes up here.
The man who has tried the McCor-
mick mower or rake will tell you that
no matter how gnxl others are, the .Me
Cormick suits him. Schinink A Pon
will give you the best terms on rakes and
mowers. II you haven t tried the Met or
mick you have missed lots of satisfac
lion and a good deal of comfort. They
are prise winners, hxtras lor AlcCor-
mick always in stock. 23-2
A mother's poor health is bail
enough for the mother but
worse still for the nursing
Mothers find Scott's Emu!
sion a nourishing a iu
strengthening food. If tin
breast milk is scanty or thin
scott s Jimulsion will make
rich and more abundant.
When mothers take Scott
Emulsion the babies share
the benefits. Thin babies
fat. Weak babies get strong-,
Wf'lltcnd VOUI Hlflatn Ira Ifum. lit.
SCOTT ft UOWNK, l'e.rl ..,' N Vmk.
II M IIOH I.UY, O M 1
Ijikcvle w, Oregea
M. C. Wbitworth.
Geo. H. AyrtM.
Cure the Scab
Dip your Sheep with the famous
Recommend edby the Government
THE KENTUCKY TOBACCO PRODUCT CO.
WE ARE AQENTS FOR IT
Ayhes, Wkepworth & Aybes
(ieorge and Kent of the Palace have
the finest grades of liquors, high class
beer anil the oopular brands of cigars.
IWside they have in their reading room
all the latest newspajiers and periodicals,
and in their club room excellent music
and the latest Kaleidecoe moving pic
ture. Urop into the l alace when you
ate in town ana you will oe enter
Timber Laod Notlc.
United State Jjind Office, Takeview,
Oregon, June 2, 1U02. Notice is here
by given that in compliance with the
provision of the act of Congress of June
3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the htates of California.
Oregon Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory.V as extended to all the Public
f-an.i States by act of August 4, 1M!)2.
Thomas L. Howe, of Ostrander, couiuy
of Cowlitz, State for TerriloryJ of Wash
ington, has this day hlel in this othce
his sworn statement No. 54U, for the
purchase of the W'sSri and SWSWt
of Section No. 23 in Township No. 35 8.,
i w- I- ti' m 1 -ii ct -
uniio .v, ii. r,., t . iu. auu win oner
proof to how that the land sought ia
more valuable (or its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before
the Register and Receiver nf thin office
at Lflkcview, Oregon, on Saturday, the
IHh day of AiiKtist, UKi2. He names as
witnesses: hugene ti. Stover, Henry
A. lieck, John 11. Dotterrer, of Ostrand
er, Washington, John J. Cusack, of To
ledo, Urcgm. Any and all persons
claiming adversely the above-described
land are requested to file their claims
iu this ollice on or before said 9lh day
of August, 1!H2.
V 0-22 fc. M. liRATTAiN, Kcgister.
The Lake County Agricultural Asso
ciation will give four days racing on
their track in Lakeview, commencing
July 1 and ending July 5.1002. The sum
of $1,:UK) will be distributed in purses,
as follows :
FIRST DAY, JULY I.
First Raca, s-A HIU dash f ISo.oo
5ecnd Raca, 3-8 Mil Heat 1 50.00
Third ttac. 600 Yard dash, (Lake Co.
atima borsea) 78-oo
SECOND DAY, JULY a.
First Raca, 5-S nil dash Ilg.oo
Sacond Raca, I nil dank) 175.00
THIRD DAY, JULY 3.
First Race, i-l Mil boat 180.00
5acond 3-4 ftlla dash 1 15.00
FOURTH DAY, JULY 3.
First Raca, I 1-8 nil dash 100. 00
5cond Race - Dlslanca to b named at
Kac Track oa altornoon, July 3d 1 80.00
There will be a Consolation Purse, distance
and amount named tbe last day.
All of tbe above races are free for all. eiceot
saddle race, which Is for Lake comity horses.
rour lo eutvr aim tnrt'e 10 sisrt, Dili (lie Asso
ciation ri'nervi-s the ntcht to bold a lc number
tlia.ii lour to nil tiy rcum-ing tne purse lu pro
portion lo the nunibvr of liorsoa vutured.
Kiiirit-s to close the evt-nliiK before the rare.
Tbe I'srlHo Coshi Hl.nxl Horse AsMHilation rules
to govern a'l running raevs. Kiitrauee lee ten I
10) M-r cent 01 purse, money to be aiviueu as -
follows: 70 ner oeut to tbe first horse aud M i
per cent to aeeond horse.
The AssoclHtlou ruserves tbe rliiht to rhaiitre 1
any ol the above races, lu tbe eveut of not till-.
uiK.or locnaiiKit tne tisie 01 tnu last day's
event to I he following day, iu esse any oilier
amuseiiioiii Is announced for tbst dale No
money paid without a content.
Kuirtca for ssdillu race to be made before a
cniuiiiliiee coniHised of .1. N. tilvan, Harry
Koberis, litis Schroder, Jeff far lull, Jim (jrecu
and t'bsrlie T rum bo.
Hoard ol Directors: John McKlhinuev. F. P.
Ught, W. A. WlUhire, K. M. Millur, J. M. 1 lines.
. 1. Snelllng, and B. Daly.
V. L. 8NELUN0. Secy. B, DALY, Prest.
LJ f I I ft" MTiT ir CTT T e.N.-r''VJ
BEALUS DRUG STORE I
LEE BEAU., Proprietor
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
Not ions, Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
-a. ma XaXiurx ox :
NEW BRICK 5D.u.Vb&h.e
Carpets, Mattings, Portieres
Lineolum, Carpet Covers.
Undertaking in every branch
1 MIIMMIMUMMM MtllMIMI MIXtlMHIIIIIHI III
J. E Bernard & Son
AND RANGES. . . .
Over 1 00,000 In use.
Wagons and Vehicles. ,
Lakeview, Ore., June u, 19oa.
We wish to call attention to our line of Stoves and
Steel Ranees; we have them in styles ranging in price from $13.50
We call your especial attention to our Moore's Steel Ranges,
of which we have a large stock soon to arrive. It Is an up-to-date
Range, asbestos lined, boiler riveted, has thermometer in oven, au
tomatic lift, and is in every respect reliable; our prices are right for
quality of stoves. Call and see them before buying elsewhere.
Our Haying Machinery is now ready for your Inspection. We
carry a line that we are willing to match against any in the mar
ket. We solicit your early orders and remain yours truly.
J. E. BERNARD & SON.