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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1902)
LAKE COUNTY nXAHINER, LAKEVIEW, OREOON, SFP. II, 1902.
K. I',. HIktwixmI aM Nn) lii-ml of ratlin
last ftk m J. C. Mllrliell. Vw rattle
liavii Ix'cn on th n-mTvailnn tti t now
artt at tint MHilii'll ian'ii cant of town.
J. I., ('oll'IHflll, wlm llllH llCCII lllt(
nlt k for hcvitiiI un a iat, Im now
linpruvliiu; hiuI will niiiiii Im- up ami
Mroiiml iiifiln. Mm, ' l-m ivii mum
up front Monrovia to imrw licr Iiiih
lutiid. Afti-r it Hi pMrntloii (lf t wi-nty-flvc
yi'iim, .1 iiincM Wyrkoff. of t lilrniro,
I'oini'H to tin' coumI In tM-urcli of a
Ioiik lit Mlxti-r ninl flixU Iht tin
wife of II. M. Illika, a jproiiiliii-nt clt
Iwn of Axliliiinl.
If ymi want jewelry (rant your v
tin tlm MoiiiiKrum window iliiUy
limn k' l ami buy. 'I'Iiito wii notli
lug vvcr ai'cii like Ilia:, ouuiile of
MImm Mim Mllli-r will nl vt a iImxm
roiurit at New IMiii' "rifle, tonlM
Willi till (IMmImIiIIMC of IllT pllpllri.
'I'll Im will cikI Iht iiiiihIc term at that
llUf, Wllll'll llltM Ik-4-11 lilt MIltlHfai'-
lory to Iht iiIU.
. K. V. Slirpplrr la hen from Kan
hum City KcttliiK lininiU for a tiook to
Im iiiIIIhIh-i next year, which will
ciniiilii all thfliraiiilH In On-con ami
aMhliiifloii, ahoiit Mxhi In nil. Tin'
liook hH-llH for f.'i Ml.
Tin- IawU & Clark 1 '..'. I'nlr ullc
Iuim dually Ihn'Ii hcIim IviI, anil I hi fair
will Ih- Ii.M In the (lulhlM I .like trait
at tin' foot of Wllln Id- HiIkIiIm,
1'orlliiinl. 'I'lK'n-arcTo a-ri' In thin
tract , l.V. of thlM Ih Ink.-.
rital rlaaa Millinery ltiiinra d.rau'e;
yiHul ir-Hili' I'ulaliliitlii'il ; a iiihkI oienliig
lor llm i iglit j'uriy. Knr luriher partic
ular cn.ii'ri at flu KxmiiiIiiit ollirii,
I.Hk. vicrt. :t.r 4
W. ISaylcy Iuim junt wfiiivtl a mii.
hlou of fs m t inoiilh for.Mi'M. I i ii Ifi-ii-mIi-Iii,
how IiiihImiii'I ilii'd laot Spring:.
Tin' h'ihIoii tviiH priH'iiii il In ni'onl
tiri'iikluu; tltni', n It wiiMotily applli-il
for early In I If miiiiiiiht.
Tin' open wiiNiiii fur t hi- klllliiK of
iIiu Km ami piw in .larkHon, Klamath
ami Lake fuuutli'H, la-glim on Srp.
tiinliir l.'itli ami coiitlntii'H mi Ml Jan-
nary 1t liiHt-ail of Im-kIiiuIuk on tin
1m of Si pli iiiliT iim In former yearn.
K. ('. .loliiiHon, from the lliik'nln
ranch at Statin iMlaml. ( al., arrlvcil
lietv Sat unlay in inpanlcil hy John
Sullivan. The urn! Ii'Iihii priM'ci'ilcil
to tin1 liltf Z. ranch In Clicvvaucan
next ilny, ami ret urni'il home TueM
ilny. Mark Mil gravis tlm hot rpring Imtli
Iiiiiii' man. in now running: a aagoit to
ami from the springa every ilav. Satur
day anil Sunday in. ami 2 p. m.
Wwk tlays, ny time. tf
NfW wan recelvcil horn lat evening,
nay a the Klamath Kxtireaa of Sept. A,
that. I. ('. Cruu'knliank died al Illy Ht
It I'M) oVIin k Tuentlav morninii from pit
ralyniH. He ia well known in the county
ami liin liim lata l'en near 1 u i r y for
the pant ten jeam.
The hint county court imule an
onlertliat after Sept. '.mh, the clerk
hIiiiII Imhui no mure ncalp liotinty
warraiitM. The ntate liouuty appro
priation linn iMfonie exhaUMteil. The
liouuty law will lie rejiealeil at the
next HeHNlon of the li-nUliitim-.
I'ohI iniiHtiT Wilcox moveil the poxt-
otllce Momlay Into the liullillnjj n--cently
vacateil liy t II. I tiuilii j. '
T. (lunther, thejeweleraml W. Sharp!
the clwar maker, hImo followiil nnlt.'
The l.akevlew Mercnnt ile Co., will;
hi occupy the Wilcox liulhlllitf. I
Wooilfock Si Sou, lilui UcmilliH itnd
wiiifnniiiHkiTH, I.akeview, are well pre-(
pareil to ilo all work (u their lino on !
Hhorl notice, uml will guarantee their i
- . i. i ...... I. ..( ii,,..m I
WIIIK. rilll JUI1I. IIIM III u I'm i; r ii.vij
MImm AIhU Stiiille.v. ilauuhter of N.
.1. Stmlley of Lakevlew, while vInH
ln with heratint, Mrn. Frank Stanley
IhhI week, hud the tnlnfortune to fall
Mown KtaliM ImckwardH. Her collar
hone wan fractured, lint otherwlHe;
nhe t'Hcapcd with but nlluht Injury.
Mr. J. II. Ilawklim and four i hlld
reii and MImh Klla KuhhIII, of (Vdarvlllo
arrlveil In Lakevlew Sunday. Mi-m.
HawkliiH procivded on to Crooked
Creek wheiv nhe will vlwlt with the
family of It. A.HawkliiM. MIhh Uuh
hIII Im vImHIuk licr nlHter Alrn. K. N.
Al I lenderHon, cattle buyer for the
Oak la ml Meat Market, arrived hero
Homoda.VH nn;o, nay h tlm Cedarvtllo 1
lU'cord, and Iwih puchaaed eat t ie from
CreHHler&Uonner, Holertnand JanieH
Kw, I). 1. lirowne, Mct'onnaughy,
John Dodnon, Albert Ward, F. K.
Smith, ChrlHtle Smith, and Wurnor
Valley Stock Co. Ilo has a band of ,
nbout 1,000 head of fluo btf and will
drlvo out In two lunula thia wH'k. I
Tyaon Iteall of Central I'olnt,
brother of I ah' and Tom Ileall of thin
place, wiw married to MImh Clara
Love of Thi'Meadoww at Oninta I'iinh
H'pt. lat. The Mown of the marrhiKe
came an a mirprlao to Ida rein Uvea
hen-, hla tnothir la-lax t the
time on n. vlalt.
Dave Kdlar of I-ake county ha fllod
ileela in th eo'jiity cleik'a office here,
tlinwltiK the purrhann of WX) arrei of
laml of J. F. Morrinon, I'K) acrea of Jim.
Koemil, PU) acrt-a of llunh Clnpton and
IDOacreaof W. K. Harry. All of the
land i ailuateil eatof ltmania. Klam
fJco. ItolH'ita of Lakevlew tiaa
lai'ti paying a vlalt to IiIm aotia In the
railroad train aer vice. Mr. Koliort
la a veteran mIiiki- driver on the old
overland route for many yeara bav
ItiK the drive from Itiak I'olnt to
Caacy'M at the foot of the mountain.
Several copied of the North western
KlM'k Diroctory, complied by Hlo-i A
Lixhlb. prinlera of Alturaa, have lieen
left at thia ollli'M for dial rihution. It la
a valuable hook lor atockmen and worth
the price. If
Ii-mIIc 'aulcqioul arrived laat
week with the herd of laoo liead of
bucka 1m-1oiikIiik to O'Nell Ilro'a and
Vauderpool. The bucka are In the
paMture at the N'enalor ranch when'
they are at tract Iiik coiiMiderable at
tcntloii by mIiim'P men. Win. Andrewa
jotxlHtcil In t he drive.
W. K. fiarry haapurchaaeil through
J. K. Bernard & Son, a .'1-horMe
iiower iraMolctie enulne, which will
iM'placed on the hill above the Harry
Mtable and will bo iimci! to pump
water Into a In rut- tank to furiilnli
water for the barn and hotel. The
windmill t here did not fiirulMh niifll
WANTKIKi Ytll'Mi MKX from Uk
County at once to prepare for I'orltiotm
in the iovernmi'iil Service Kailway
Mull Cleikii, 1-cttiT Carnern, (jii-loin
liuiixo ami lV'jmrlmi'iital Clerk, eio.
Aii.ly to luler-Mnto Corien. IiimI., (!d
ar idipiibi, la. '2 mo,
Mra. S. It. Sublet thaa been advlM'd
that flu' cannot live in thin hlnh alti
tude ami that xhe xhouhl not n-nialn
here longer than thirty diya. Mr.
Sublet t la iniikliiK arrangement to
luuve hla family to Home favoltii
Jwallty In California when It la ex
I ar toil Mia. Sublet fa health will lie
much bet tor.
I'lVHldent KooMovelt had a narrow
oMcape from la lnjj killed at I'lttafk-M,
MaaM., hint week, w hen hla carrbw
waa demoltHhed by a at root car, and
private detective Cralj; waa limtant
ly killed. The 1'roMldent and Si-cro-tary
Cortelyoti were Momewhat
brulai'il but not HoriotiMly hurt. The
I'reMldetit la now on another tour In
Jacknon Square ia one of the famoiin
localllU'g i.I New S'ork. the "Jai knon
Sipiaio" in Ijikeview ia one of the fani
Una nickel cirfara aold exclusively by Aid
hi nun KruH. Thia linn alno bus exclu
nive nale ot the Irauranl "IiiHtructora ;"
aino carries tho ever I.iiiiuuu Uelmont. 3m
Mra. A. Imall, mother of I at and
Tho. Ileall of Lakevlew, accompan
ied by her daughter, Lulu and eldeat
Hon lien, arrived In Lakevlew laat
wirk on a hhort vlalt to her aonH
heiv. Mra. Ileall and daughter left
Sunday for Iteno to vlalt another
daiiffhter before returning to her
homo at Central I'olnt. Mr. Hen
Ileall returned homo Sunday roIiik:
Ivan P. Applenate, one of Klamath
couuty'a pioneer reaidenta, and one
of the iiiohI iroHperoua Htockmcn of
that county waa a btialnoaa vlaltor In
Lakovlew lant ThurHtlay. Mr. Apple
Kato had a very larjje and hljrhaplrlt
od In live and he rode aa though he
waa yet ayoun;inan. lie remarked
aa he atarted for hla home, "Yea, I am
hi 111 a boy, but an old boy."
The Palace ((ieore & Fent'a place) is
becoming the Hinoki rs' emporium. The
excellent bramla of ciara rarried there
are the "Uelmont," the "Hubert Man
tel1," and a new cigar made for the ex
cluaive trade of the Palace, the "Key
Weal IJuarlelt." Thia is an extra line
C. H. Wataon, jr., Jamea Lyotta
and Joe Huffman came In from
Klamath Valla and aiv reollng- up
the old telephone line and gathering
tho tixturca together for atorlug
away at Klamath Falla. Tho Mid
way Telephone and Telegraph Co.
purchuacd the plant licfore beginning
their oporatloua. They aro now
eight mllea lM'yond Klamath Falla
toward Morrill with their count ruc
tion crow in charge of Supt. (). 11.
(2a tea. AHhlaml Hecord.
" F.l Conian Jante I" Who ia it what
ia it? Ixweraof a good ainoke will never
axk that qoeHtion, for they know. "Kl
Comamlaiite" ia the pure weed that haa
made Pont & King's cigar department
famous. Ank once for an ''Kl Coinan
dante" and you will call for it always.
On sale only at l'oat A King's, Lake
Cure the Scab
Dip your Sheep with the famous
Recommended by the Government
THE KENTUCKY TOBACCO PRODUCT CO.
I)riiK)tiHi Ui-all ia reduciriK his stock
ol loilet Snaps liy red.icuiK the prices
on the article. Ile miiHt have room
his new hum k of Soaps and fa
Hlatitfhtcr on prices.
making a 1
You never know what Dreamlan.i ia I
you wont enjoy a smoke at all; y-)u '
Hiirely can't get the sweet aroma of ai
ciuar until you beifin UMing the fomotia 1
iielmoiits, at Hotel Lakeview liar. 34 tf .
Board of Equalization. j
Notice ia hereby given, that on Mon-!
day. the 15ih day of Septetnlier, 11KI2, j
from 8 o'clock A. M. to 5 o'clock P. M.i
of aaid day, the County Board of Equali-'
nation will tJ in Hesnion at the County j
Clerk's ollice at Lakeview. Oregon, for'
the purpoae of publicly examining the1
amassment roll for the year 1U02, and to
correct all errors In valuation, descrip
tion or qualities of land, lots or other I
. .i... .i :..'.. f.it. i i 1 1
will te continued from day to day there
alter until the examination and correc
tion of said aHHefament roll aha!! be ful
ly completed ; provided, the Mid exam
inatiou is completed within the week in
which the board ia required to meet.
All persons interested are respectfully
requeued to lie preoent at the sittings of
said Board of Equalization, and ahow
cauae if any there be, why their asaeaa
inent for the taid year should not le
changed or corrected as to the said
hoard muv eecm just and proper.
34-31 J. B. Blaik,
AaneHsor of Ijke Conn y. Oreiton
TIJIKKII Ull MlTltK.
tT n It fd futon Lunil Office, i.kevltw, Ort-gon
Au( t3. Nmii eU hrrcliy given Hint lu
compliance with tho provision of the act of
ronnrrMut June 3, ln7H. entitled "An act fur the
aleol timber landnln the Slmet of California,
orcKoii, Nevada, and waiililiiKlon Territory,"
aexteuded to all the Public Land Stales br art
ot AiikuI 4. lhW. Alfred Jackwin, ol I'aul,
I'ounty ol Kamtay nui- of Ulnneanta, ha thta
day tlfed In thia office hla aworn atateinent No.
il!49. for the purcham' of the S K of Bee, No.
Si In Towimhlp No.sa H, K No 16 K w M. and
will offer proof to show that the land anuaht U
more valuaula for ita IIiuIm t or atone than for
asrl'Uiltural iurMm. and o eatahliiih hU
elal m to aald land before J. U. Hamaker t' 8
t'oinnilaaiuiier al Honama, Oreaon on Saturday,
the ud day ol Noveintier.lWi. lie aini'a aa
wltnewiea: Owen T. Mi'Kendree, Kred McKll
dree, Archie White and Ixiula KoIIiimiu, all of
(Hete, (irenon. Any and all peraona clalmlnv;
adveraely the aUive-teaerllied landa are re
qneated to hie llirir elaiina in thia ittice ou or
be lore aaid '..'ud day of November,
hept. 11 -S . M. HKA1TAIN, Keglater
flitted Klatea ImxuI Office at Lakeview. Ore.,
Septa Notice la hereby given thai the
tollowlua named aettler haa riled notice of hia
intetitloii to make tlnal proof in auport of hla
claim, and that aaid proof will be made before
the Kegiater and lieeeiver at l.akevlew, Oregon
on October 11, lswi ii: Jamea X. FliKik H K No
tik for the aw aw au SI -nw i4 uw 4 lec
n i lie i aec 29 tp 8t S, R 27 K w in. He
uamea the following witneaaca to prove. hia
continuous rualdenue npou and cultivation ot
aald land vlr: w. II. Shirk and A. w. Mauring,
of l.akevlew, Oregon, and w. K. Heauimou and
Kdward Bond, ol I'luali, Oiegon.
HopUSfi K. M. BK ATTAIN, Reglater.
Iand Oftlce at Lakeview, Oregon, i
bU pt. i, lwri. ;
Notice Is hereby given that the following,
named settler haa filed notice of hia Intention
to make final proof lu aumiorl of his claim,
and thai said proof will bo made before
the Register and Receiver, V. H. Land Oftlce at
l-akcvicw, Omnn.on October 11, lttu'i vlt: John
g. Adama H K 2711 for the aw sw ' Kec 14 K
HK I. aw l HK Kl acc 15 In SO S. R SO K W M.
He names the following witneaaea In prove hia
continuance resilience upon and cultivation of
aaid laud vis: A. W. Manrlmr, ol l.akevlew,
Oregon ami W. E. 8cammon, John A. Morria,
ami Milan i urrey, an ol I'lusii, Oregon.
Sept. 4-4 . M. BaaTTAlN .Register.
ItKMKKT l.ANIs l'K4OK
United Mates Land Otllee, Lakeview, Oregon
Hept 8, IMiii Nollce Is hereby given Dial Anna
Hook, of l'lusli, Oregon has Alcd notice of her
Intention to make proof on her doaert-claiinNo
4ii for the HK W HK Ki Kec 21 W ). 8W ti 8eo 22
NW V N W See 27 N N K and NE "4 Nw Ki
see 2 tp H4 a, R 27 K w in, bufore the Register
and Receiver al Lakeview, Oregon ou Saturday
the 11th day of October III112. Ha names the
following witnesses to prove the oomplete Irri
gation and reclamation ol said land; w H.
Shirk and A. w. Manong of Lakeview, Oregon
and w. K. Stain mon aud Edward Bond of l'lusli
Sept. 4- 35 E. M. DaATTAtN, Register.
H. C. Whltworth.
WE ARE AQENTS FOR IT
il BEALUS DRUG STORE fel
LEE BEAU., Proprietor
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Druge, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
Notions, Cigars, Etc., Etc.
-fc Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
g E. Bernard &
Lakeview, Oregon, July 10, 1902
We have been ao busy the last
two weeks that we havn't had time to write you,
nevertheless we will try and supply your
wants. We have had over 47,000 lbs of
freight arrive in the last two weeks and more
coming. We expect to hear of the shipment
of our Wagons and Buggies at any time.
Would invite you to call and see them wher.
they arrive. we have thirty Cook Stoves arid
ranges in this lot of freight. We can fur
nish you Stoves ranging in price from 813.50
to S75.00. Call and see us.
J. E. BERNARD & SON.
Geo. H. Ay re.
PICTURE FRAflES, ETC.
AND RANGES. . . .
Over 100,000 In ut.
Wagons and Vehicles. fc