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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1903)
LAKECOUTNV HXAfllNCR, LAKEVIEW, ORLUJON, JAN. 8, loOj.
I nMt.t.Atin. Unrnl li 5
IMi k Hniltli of Klamath KhIIm, Iiiim
Ixi-n cliM'ti-.l ii f it 1 11 if tin Cnlmiitili
rnlviTMli.v, N. V. fool hull li'im (r
in-xt hciihiiii. Smith U u urnliiiitc of
the I'nlviTMlty of On-Roti, ami In
known tlirotiKliotit tln I'mlllc North-wt-nt
mm mi iithli-te f more limn
Will Iti-liurt n tuiiH'M from Hun
I'ritlU'lMCO Wt'lllll-Mllll.V nllit of lllMt
wii-k a well 1 11 11 11 . Will wi-nt to tin
City (M'vcral month no with m j m-ii -illi-tt
Im. iiihI utter Im'Iiiix oMTut-i on
by tin' pliVMlclnti hi wax kIvi-ii up (im
ilyliiK- Hut hi'llvcl to ti ll thi tal.'.
lllnl Im now li UK' rlij lnjr lift'.
MIhm Vlro duty of l!l.lwi-ll mnl
Imiuu- Nkllliiiii.ii of l.lki l.v, -iv nnltcil
In th' holy IhuiiIm of unit rliuotiy on
tin Will IiihI. tIm ervinony wiw
iM-rfiirnn-il by Id v. .l-iim-ii nl th
honi" of MImm A huh WllllmiiM. We
extern! to the yoiuiK coupli- our
lieurtleHt loiiurulnlatlotiM. I'luln
T!m Kliinulh I'.xpri'MM miivm, Hit-
town board Iiiim I'liKHR1'1' h crew of
men mnl they will iM'tfln In a few
iIii.vm to limit MiiwiltiMt from the mill
nnil Jint tt on t he Htni-tM. They are
Kolnn to rover the mud from the
lirhlto-to the Hour mill Hint JilMt ft
mi exM'rlmeiit ami If It Im a hih'ci-mm,
they will put a roalliiK of It on all of
the illlli'liiil ntreetM of the town.
That Imtkh ili-pUv of cro-lccry anil
gin Hfe Ht Sili ti i Ink h is lust iliaap
tieariiig. lUilrr u.ake jmir arlii-timi
Ix'fiiri' It i mI! k-'0'. '-
Mim. (I. I.. Stanley !i-lratl her
lilt h bil l IhIii.v hiHi Sat unlay ntthe
Slinlley ranch hi nille South of
l.akevli-w. 'I' wo of her rhllilreii ami
their fainllliM were ui'Miiit. ami a
IIk dinner wmm nlven In honor of t lie
h'i'uhiii. Mr. ti ! I Mim. Stanley
luie Ihi ii iiiairli il nearly A' yearM,
ami w 111 mooii ivm-h. the time when
they ran ei li lnate their KoMeil weil-
The 1'iu llie ealile Im colnili'tei to
llniuiliilil. ami the II rut liii-nHiie wiim
riH-elveil at San I 'imiuImi-o at ll::Mi
New Yearn' iilulit. TIiIm wiim a iiii-h-Miit;e
of eonuriit iilut Ion from (invent
or lne to I'lVHlileut llnom-vell. It
WIIM reeelvetl lit the White Holme
uliiiut It A. M , I . t 1 1 time, after
I he I'li'Hlilent hail ret ireil. Theralile
worked w ith Knit If.vliitf M"-!-'! ami
ar urar. .
YVnalntiglon'H hirllnlav will Im prier
ly i-t-lt-lirHt i'il in I.ukevirw lv u itraiul
lull) to he given by I In) W.(. V. l-oile.
It will Im thu uruiiilent tiinu this year,
lie Hiire ami go. 1
Not only Hhoiihltlie law rcKiihit'ui";
1 rout HhIiIiik. Im' HochmiKeil that they
may Im-caught In winter when t hey
are Ix-xt to cat, hut the law nhoulil
iM-rmlt Mcllliitf IImIi toalimlteil iletfree
kii.vm the Klamath Ueiuhllean. Ac
cording t the prem-nt rt-NtricttoiiH,
trout enn't Ih'hiiIiI hirlii the oi-ii
M-aNon, ami thiiH thoHe who liavn't
the knack for i-utchlii"; them am! an
nul the reelplentHof Home IUIii'I'Iihui'm
pinerimlty, iniiMt Kr" without.
Wholesale hi-III nu' of HhIi lli-eil not Im
allowed, hut a mlihlle courne follow
eil, h.y which the Hinall, Iim-iiI deHlre
may he HUjiplleil.
Many of Lake Coiint.v'H nliei-puieii
will Im- Holly to learn of the ileutli of
.lolin K. Moihc, who dlei! of typliolil
fever while In the performance of
duty at AllM-riiieiiie, Tcxuh, two
week hk'o. Mr. Moim wiih well
known In Iwike County an the n-pre-Hi-ntatlve
of Justice Ilatemati & Co.,
the larjAK wool hotiHe of HoHton. lie
cnuMeil the wool men of thin County
to realise the hcut prlceon thelrwool
that wiih ohtalnahle, urn! lie pur
cliOMeil one-tliln! of lidko Co'h. ellpn
last hciihoii. UIm untimely demise Is
to lie greatly regretted liy Ids lminy
Lake County frlciulM, as lie will Im
midly missed from his annual visits.
Ho wiih not only a man of uluvwd
htislness ul ill I ty, hut wiim u perfect
ji nt li'tnaii.
tock News Prom
J. II. Small. .1 . It. Ite.ldlu' mid A.
(iraf neently hronnht head if
lamliM In Crook County paying f 2.'Hi
n head. Iteddln ami (iraf drought
the MhiH-p to Jim SiiiiII'm Summer
Lake ranch, where they are now
Felix Duncan Mold to W. It. Hamp
ton of Ontario, (ln-Kon, !." head of
"unhroken" kcIiIIhk t f-.xi, ami
one "hroke" hore for f .VI.ini.
The ChrlMt iiiiim Tn-e mid dance at
Silver Lake, on CIii-ImI iiiiim eve ami
night n-MMi'l Ively wen- miicci-mmi'm.
There were two t recM very prettily
decorated and the entertainment hy
the scholars, ami their frlemlM of the
.Miitiniii'r and Sliver l.k mcIiooIm wen-
exc Ilnyly good. A dialogue "Tlie
Country Sipiln-" dewrveM mention.
The entertainment rcllcctcd the
jealoiiMUi-HM of Mr. Jackson the
pn-Heut teacher at Silver Luke. The
"dance" wiim a success, in that then
wiim tioholMleroilMlieMM. They daliiN-d
It Im reported that. Mr. I'.mll Kgli of
Silver I Jike, Im iiilte III.
Lost, striiyeil, or Mtoleii.oneyoung
(ahout yearM old ) eyclone. Itpuss
ed through Silver Iike valley Thurs
day afternoon. Iist Mcen at the
Itoot Itanch hy "Sam" Johnson.
I'.nrrowed a wash holler ami can of
coal oil, and completely demolished
Mr. JoIiiimoii'm store-house. Later
Tasscil Christinas Lake and still had
hnrrowed proM-rty In Its possession.
I''. M. Chrlsuiun has completed a
hrmich line from his store In Silver
Lake to his ranch on the swamp, a
distance of 4 miles. J. II. Small has
had a 'phone Installed III his house.
llMsle Cobb (Iraduatea.
The many friends of MIsm Lssie K.
Culili will Im- pleased to read the fol
lowing Item clipped from the San
"Iist Monday afternoon, Divein
Is'p theLVnd Mrs. Margaret S. llam
htetoii of L1!) eleventh street gave a
l-ecept Ion to her pupils from one to
four I'. M. Then-w asan Impromptu
program and many entertaining
uumhers were rendered hy I he pupils.
IMplomas were awarded to Miss
Lsslc K. Culili and others. After the
presi-ntatliiu of the diplomas the
class presented Mi's. 1 lamhlet on w it h
a hauilsiime statuetle."
MisH. Ksslc I). Cohh 1ms many
friends in Lakex iew and thesurronml
iug country who will he glad to know
of her success. We understand that
Miss Kssie took the highest holmes
In her class; she Iiiim hud a private
tutor since her ret urn to San Frnn-i-Ihco
last fall, and idle Im now ready
for the highest grades In the city
Mth. V. Conn returned from Lom
Angeles lust Monday accompanied
hy her brother J. N. Long. They
proceeded on to I'alsley yt-Mterday.
lr. (). V, Ienion-i.t and tlim ehll
dren started for Salem yi-Hterday, go
ing via Sacramento. Mr. Demoi-est
will remain In Salem until next spring
am! Mem! his children to school.
Mr. am! Mrs. V. L. Shelling gave a
watch meeting party on New Year'M
Kve, and a number of invited friends
enjoyed a very plenHuntevenlng'M en
tertainment.' (inmcM of dlffen-nt
kinds were played, ami ivfrcslmicnts
were nerved, while they watched the
old year out and the New Year In.
MIsh Alice Applegate gave a Holi
day party last Saturday night to
Home of her fellow teaehern and
friends at Hotel Lnkevlew, Amus
ing ami novel gaineH waw the pro
gram of entertainment for the. even
ing, and prlxen weiv given for the
beHt playern. The evening wan very
pU'iisuntly passed, and Miss Apple-
gate wan declared a moMt charming
hostess and entertainer.
The Ort'Kon Hiinl-Weekly Journal, a
Ih'mocriitki ni'WHiapir, ever fulr and iil
wiiyn free; lilt copies in one yi-ur fur only
$1.60 to liny uiltlri'Ks. Thu Join nut, 1.
O. Mux U'l. 'oil hi Oil. Or.
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DRESS GOODS CLOTHING
Florsheim Celebrated Shoes, New
Flour from Choice Wheat unmixed
with other crops, Choice Bacon, etc
LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH
Town Lots For Sale!
In Lane's South Adtli- S)
m Put inur prl in Iho Fvminop it hrinnc
uri a M . iuui uu III I II V B.AUIIIII1UI It. Ul IIIUJ J7
tion to Lakeview.
BAYLEY & MAXWELL, Agts,
TIMHF.K I.AXI .OTI K
t'liltfil atati-i IjiiiiI nfflw, lkevlpw, ort Ron,
Oi l. Ill, liny. NiH' la hi ri liy nlvi n Dial In
ciiiillaii('' Willi tin- provllnii of the art l
i-unirii of Jinn 8. 1HT, I'litltli'il "An ! for the
al.-ul II in Ix r lanilaln the alait-a of California,
ori-iciiii, Nevaila anil wanhliiKton Ti rrltor jr."
aaetUioileil to all Ihe fahlic 1-aml nlalea b ai-t
of Aiikui-I IM'''. the following iieraona nave
tlila ilay Itli'il 111 Ihla officii llu-ir wuru slate
Bertha I. Turner,
of Illy, rminty of Klamaih, aiate of Oregon,
worn mati'ini'iit No. V. for the imn'haiu' of
the HWij NW-4. N', HWi4 ami St St'4,
luTpM S, K 14 K, M.
NUyme H. Turner,
of AiirterMin, lll'i KletehiT SI. loutitT of Mailt
vin. aialeof lnllana, aworn ttaii'iiietit No. l'"
for the ax, hae of the NK'4, S. c Jl Tp : S, K
11 t. W M.
Harry O. Pee,
of BIy, roiinty of Klamath, Mate of Oregon,
attorn xalemeiit No I .7 for the inirchane ol
the N W 1 4 Sir M T. S. R U K W M.
Ijiwrt-iin- B. Turner,
of Illy, rotitiiy of Klamath, mate of Oreiron.
aworn ataiemeiil No. l.'aix for the tiiirehaae of
of Illy, county of Klamath, lIe of Oregon,
worn atateuu'iil So. Iwi for the purchase of ,
the sK'4 s.-e M Tp !U H, K U K, W 1
That (hey will uffer priHif lo ahow that the1
laml aotiit hi ia more valuable for lia limber or i
atone than for axrleultural puriioaea ami to e. j
talillah their elalui lo aald anil before ('. II.
Willi row. I'.H. Conimixaioner at Klamath Falla,
'reKn. on Saturday the iMli day of April ltkU.
They name aa wiun'iou-ir C K. Toll of Med
ford, Oregon, May me B. Turner of Anderaoo,
Indiana, and J.c. Hamuiell, Edward t aebeer,
K. K. Kilburn, tieorife E. Dee, Harry ti. Deo,
Bertha 1. Turner, and Charlotte Dee, all ol BIy,
Any and all neraona claiming adveraely the
above-dimrlbeil lamia are requested to file
their clalmi In thia office on or before aald
2Mh day of April, VJM.
Not. i:t S K. M. Bhaitain, Regiater.
the sWi4 Sec 'M Tp .tl S, K M K,
LEG BEALL, Proprietor
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
Notions, Cigars, Etc, Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
TIMHKH I.AXI NOT1CR.
United 8iate Ijind Office,
Lakeview, Oregon, Nov. 4, lri.
Notice la hereby given that in compliance
with the provialona of the act of Congreaaof
June 8. l7h. entllled "Ad act for the aale of
timber landi In the Htatea of California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa
extended to all the Public Land biatea by act
ol Augual 4, IKtfi, the following peraona have
thia day ttl.'d In thia oflice their aworn atale
nieuia, to-w il :
Herman F. I'oliland,
of Algonia, county of Kewaunee, alate of Wia
conalu, aworn alatemetil No. 1 77 for the ur
chase of the bW',, 8ec i. Tp 7 S, K 17 , w m.
John 11. KoIhtIk,
of Lake Benton, county of Lincoln, state of
Mlnuctnta. aworn statement No. l.'iTS, for the
purchane of the HK'4 Sec K0, Tp S7 8, K 17 K.
That they will offer proof to show that the
land aouuht ia more valuable for ita flintier or
tone than for agricultural purpose and lo e
tahllali their claim to said laud hefoie I'. II.
Withrow, I'. H. t'oiniuiuioner at Klamath Kails
orcitou, on Katurdai, the 17th day of Jan. I!.
They name aa wimeaaea: Tom Newton of
Klamath Kalla, Oreiron, K. R. Kilburn ol BIy,
Orcirou, Herman K. I'jlllaiul of Algoma, Win
conain, and John H, Knhcrta aii'l W, H. Kobcrta
ol Lake Benton, Minnesota.
Any and all peraoua claiming adversely the
above deacribed landa are reijueated to tile
their dahlia In thia orllce on or before aald 17th
day of January ItaXI.
Novl.S-16 E. M. Bhattain, Register.
Wflr rM-ttlrnirnt f final Arronnt.
In the Comity Court of the stale of Oregon
(or Lake Conn y.
lu the matter of the estate of Alfred McDow
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCKKK: Notice ia
hereby given, that tint undersigned adminis
tratrix ol the eatate of Alfred MclHiwell, late ef
Lake t'ouuty, Oregon, deceaaed, haa filed her
Final Account aa administratrix of said Estate,
In the Office of the County Clerk of Lake
roll my, Ore., and thai Saturdav, Jan, iMtb lUCi
at J o'clock f. M. ol said day, at the County
Judge's Office In the County Court House of
lke County, Oregon, in the Town of Lakeview
haa been appointed an a lined by llou. B. Daly,
Judge of aald Cmrt a the lime and place lor
the hearing of objections lo said Final Account
If any there be, aud the aelllemont thereof.
Dated thisjdlb day of Dec. 1S.
6'J-U I. A VINA .NfrclViwKI I.,
Administratrix of thu Estate of Alfred Mc
Agency for Acorn Stoves and Rangca
Hardware aid Tinware
Farming Implement, Wagona, Etc
Paints. Oils and Brushes
J. E. BERNARD & SON-
lakeview, Jautiar, 8th, 190S.
I tear Friends :
We come to you again with this i-orooiial request it your trade.
You want goods vie want business. Your lurpoee ie to buy goods right.
Our purpose is to sell you Roods right. It also elands to reason that we
are going to make our prices as low as consistent w ith good business
judgement, in order to interest you, aud, as the largest dealers in Lake
view in our line, wecan not be undersold on au equal class of goods. The
reasons are many and obvious. First, we buy mostly direct from factory ;
we buy in large quantities, ship in car lots, and in every -ay save vou all
the money possible.
J. E. BERNARD & SON.
Wabash Tourist Car Lines
) G. P. Agt Ht. Louis, Mo.
Lr. Chicago Mondays, 11:00 a x Ar. lUwton Tuesdays ifl at
I.v. Chicago Thursday 11:00 A a Ar. Boaton Fridays 6 '.)
Leave Kaunas Oily Fridays 9:'JUf u Arrive St. Taul and Min
neapolis Saturday 7:-M I-M.
For particulars coiisult your agent or Addrei
C. H. CRANE, ROSS C. CLINE
F. C. P. Agt , Loa Aagelei