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LAKH COUNT V EXAfllNCtt, LAKCVIEW, ORDION, JULY 2j, 1003.
Mr. and Mm. I'lon-nce went to
Madclcne mi Monday; from there
Mr, r'lorcncc will her old
home (it Oiicrucvlllc, C'ul., on a
Ir. A. A. Wllliiiin. of PaUlcy, ciiini
down lit Friday to meet IiIm brother
and wlfi', wtio hit vi JiimI arrived
from nli Kuuhind. They went to
Tilt lirxt 1 1 IV Worker III l.akcvlcW
m Will Itrautlacht. t ln lHycarold
nihi ntljoiili- Hrnutlucht. Tlii doy
Iium taken tlii contract to dltf a ditch
from tin1 brewery to tin Milliard
Creek Itiini'. Id' iIim-fi a min'H work
with ilrk ami ahovcl, ainl rccclvcM
f tNi mt ilay for It.
I'or NlIf, :WNKI llcU'l Of MllM'k Mllll'p,
all umltT year nll, liicliidluir 1 1MI
lamliM, .'UNMMil all. Will hcII cheap.
I'lrxt rlim uliifp for bn-edlnn, or for
unit ton; will average about Mlm
for wool. hiiMk (at, In very Kood
coinlltloii. Apply to A. I. Maims
Tiwii, I'aullnn, ( rook Co., Ore. IM-'lm
A heavy wlml Mtorni. kiikki'mI I vi of
a Kiiiimiim cyclone, Mtrtlck l.nkclcw
huit Satiinlny. ami every thliiK
lliovalile Wiim carried out onto the
dcMert when they will U picked Up
next wjnter ly the Hli'i'pllien. Mtm.
Myrtle') wliidiulll wan Mown down
and iinnieroiiH trcca wen damaged.
A trace of rain followed, and I him
ended the Mow.
Wnlur Dyer received a lei ter thlM
week from Andy levlne who U at
San I ranclxio, HtatliiK that Andy
hud undergone an oH-ratloii In a
hoHpital lat Sunday, for what wiim
MippoM-d wiim rheumatlxin In the
rluht arm. The forearm wiim cut
om ii In Meveral placeMiuid the llun
mcntM torn loone ami replaced, lie
Miiyn It Im pretty louj;h but he will
have to tnnd It.
N. S. McKciimc.v, Muerlntciidcnt of
tln California, and Oregon Telephone
and Tclcurnph Co.. arrived here laMt
Monday from IiIm home at Sumiiii
vllle, Cal. Mr. McKciimc.v came up to
have tin' telegraph olllce at thin
place llxcd up and repaperd. The
Lake County Telephone Co., who
occupy the name olllce. will put III a
new telephone l.ooth. The office
will then lie equipped III up-1 o-.l.ite
I'poil his own reipit-Ht the (jeneral
Land Olllce Iium extended for tell
ila.VM the time in which Max Whittle
hc.v, clerk In the l.akcvlew Land
Olllce. can file a htatement mIiowIiik
w hy hehhonld not lie removed from
allice. Whlltleney explained that
Utiiiimo of the dlMtaii.e he will have
to Kit to reach certain wllncMMcM, the
three ila.VM allowed him will not he
enough. lie rcipicHled an exteiiHlon
of 15 diiyM.
Frank C. Maker, formerly for eight
yearH, Mtate printer of Oregon, and
prominent In polil leal affairs of the
ntate, w iim elected chairman i( the
Republican State Central Committee
to Hlicceed W. I'. Mat tliewM. now V.
S. Marnhal of Oregon, who tendered
IiIm rchlnnatlon July 1st. The meet
ing of the Mule commltl'V nt Port
land on t he 1.M h. for thepn-pone of
filling the vacancy, wiim not largely
attended, their being no coiiteMt for
t lie place.
The l.akcvlew Water Co., have
torn out the old il.'iui ill Milliard
creek and rebuilt the old road up
the canyon ho they can haul their
new water pipe up and diMtrlbute It
along t In route. The road, which
wiim Imilt In an early day by the
HoldleiM gnrrlMoned at old Camp
Warner, him been out of um hIiicc
lshN. Tin' company are laying a 4
Inch pipe from their Hprlng to a point
u Hhort illHtancc above the old dam,
where they expect to build a cement
ivnervolr, and from there, to town
they will lay a l Inch main. Front
that point there will be 1(10 feet
The Klamath Lake Navigation
company of Klamath FallM, ha
filed It article of corporation with
the Secretary of ntate at Haletn, nay
the Kepubllcau. The capital ntock
U 10,(XKI and the Incorporat orn an
M. V. Short, (J. II. Woodbury ami
K. H. rpmycr. The company I" pre
paring to ply gaMolIno laiiiicheH on
the Klamath liken, and the boatM
are exMs ted hern within a few day.
Fire on the llth dcNtroycd proper
ty of the Oregon City manufacturing
Company valued at lctwcen J7.",(KM)
and tliHi.ooo. The Iohm Im covered by
ItiMiiraiice, Spontaneoim combtiH
tlou In a carbonlwr In the pullery
building Im given lut the origin of the
fire, which dcMtroyed the wool room,
dye room and holier room of the
woolen iiiIIIm. The company will Im
mediately replace the burned btilhl
IngM, but the Maw will ncccMMltate
MUMpciiMlon of mill operat Iohm for at
leiiMt three monthHiind the throwing
out of employment for that -rlod of
about .'UN) people.
Jr. II. NcImou Jiu-kMon, the inito
moblllnt who paxMcd through Lake
view the II rut of hiMt month, reached
Omaha on July K'th. lie left San
I'ranclHco May i!7t hand Umi eighteen
ilay on account of the weather and
Mtopplug for rcpalrM. Dr. .lackHou Im
making the trip purely for pleaMiire,
and :hi mllcM of the dlMtance travel
ed Iiiim been through a country never
la-fore croMMcd by an automobile, lie
cxpectM ton iu h Murllngton. Vermont
Auy;UHt ImI. 111m exMTlelceM thilM
far Iiiim- Imi-ii exciting, and at one
time, he and IiIm chauffeur were thirty-fix
hourM without food.
Freighting From Ked Bluff.
Again It Iiiim been found mvenHary
for the Lakevlew men haiitH to have
their freight hauled by team from
Med Mluff iiiHtead of Madeline. The
diHtauce from Madeline, the termln
UH of the N.C. O. lty.. Im UK) mlleK,
and from Med Mluff, iiiIIcm. The
freight liiMlead of Ulng nhlpped by
rail to Med Mluff. In brought up from
San FranclMCo on the Sacramento
by boat. The merchftntM claim they
can mii ve cent per pound by whip
ping thlM way. Some of the iner
chantM (lulin to have a grelvance
that might have Momcthliig to do
with the change. It Im claimed that
teaniM have gone to Madeline after
freight that was greatly needed, but
the agent Informed the tenniMterM
that It wiim not there, cuulng the
teaniKter to load back willi any kind
of freight he could get. After load
lug up It wiim found that the freight
he went after wiim there and could
have Im-cii loaded just um well um not.
The dlMiippoInt mi nt at not getting
the goodM made the merchant ex
ceedingly wroth and thecoiiMeiiuence
Im, freight Im now being hauled from
THE OLD RELIABLE
ATREB & WffifWOSfl
BEGINNING JULY 27, 1903
Having Decided to Retire from the General Merchandise
Business, we offer Our Entire Stock Below Cost for Cash.
$12 Suits, sale price $10. $18 Suits, sale price $14. $20 Suits, sale price $15.
$1.00 Wrapper, sale price 75 cts. $2.00 Wrapper, sale price $1.50
1,50 Wrapper, sale price $1.15 $3.00 Wrapper, sale price 2.35
Chihlrens $2.00 Shoes, sale price $1.50 Mens 6.00 Shoes, sale price 4.65
Chilclrcns 1.50 Shoes, sale price 1.25 Mens 4.25 Shoes, sale price 3.65
ATB1S fc WHITWOETH
From a Cat Scratch.
on tho arm, to the worst sort of a burn,
wore or boil, le Witt'B Witch Ilarel
Salve id a (plick enrc. In buyiiiK Witch
llar-el Salve, be particular to Ket !
Witl'a this ia the salve thai heals
illiout leaviiiK a fear. A specific for
blind, bleeilinit, ilcliing and protruding
piles, hold hy Meall's Druj Store.
The KeoMoii for lawful killing of
male deer U-gan July l.'ith, and will
continue until Novcmlier 1. Female
(Kit can Ikj killed from Augunt 15
to XovciuUt 1. It Im unlawful for
one pern on to kill more than five
deer during the Meonon.
Put vniir nrl in Tht FYminpr it hrinnc 13
u a. ;vui uu nv liuihiiiv y i a, ui inyj 1
The Wastes of the Body.
F.very Mt'ven days the IiNxmI, muscles
and biuies ol a uiiiii of average size loses
two pound of wornout tinsue. This
wante cannot lie replenivlied and trie,
health and Mrentli kepi up without I
perfect digei-tion. When the stomach ;
and diextive organs fail to cr(orm
their functions, the strength lets down,!
health gives way, and diHcane sets up. '
Kodol lysH'iHU Cure enables the stom
ach and digctdive organs to digest and ,
aHsiinilate all of the w holesonie food that :
may U eaten into the kind of hlood that !
rebuilds the timie and protects the
health and Ktrength of the mind and
body. Kodol cures Indigestion, Dys- j
pepHia and all stomach troubles. It is
an ideal spring tonic. Sold by Ik-all's
I.ntld Office t l4iki'vlcw Ort'Kon, July 2, ltMVt.
Nulire U hori'liy (ivrn tlntl tlio followliiK
nami'il Ni-itlcr Iikh tili'd notice t IiIh Inii'iition
to make lliml priMif In upporl ol ln claim and
Hint lrt priMil will Ik' lumk hclure Kt'KUler
mid KiH't'ivvr t l-nkcview. Ilniinn on AukiikI
17, lmtl. vw: Allwrl Dent. Hl.2i4.i for the HV4
NK'4 N W '4 SK' S', SK'4 Sec ;il Tp K 17 K.
l(o imiui'H the iolliiwuiff wiineKKes to prove
hU rnntlniioiiK reiiiileiiee ii)hiii anil cultivation
of Hail) IhiiiI , vis: Clmrleii rHtinerlet. jHineH
Meilrk, tieorre I., llolbroolt and Will Holbrook
all o( Ijtkevlew Ore;ou.
Jul)tl!7 K. M. BK ATTAIN', Kei8ter.
Hi BEALL'S DRUG STORE ill
LEE 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
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
HVI. I' HOOK.
I.hikI Olllce at l.iiki view, Or. k. ill, .Inlyl'l,
ltmi. Noilru U liereliv Kiven Ihul the lullow-liiK-liHiiied
wilier lian Hied notice of her inten
tion lo make Himl proof in mipporl of her cIhIiu
and llial iild proof will lie nmde. heforo Tho
KegiHter and Keeeiveral l.nkeview. tlri'Kon, oil
AUKUNt SI, lw:i, vln: J. 1.. Morrow, heir at Law
nf jeime II. Morrow, deceased, l. H. No. IW7H for
the 4IM 1, J, , 4, 6, , 7 and , Tp. S'J M K, M E.
V. M. OreKoii.
Ilo iianiea I lie following witiii-niea to prove
Ilia contlnuouii reKidenee iipiin and cultivation
of Haul land, via: A. N. Ileunell and L. D.
t'rakca, ol vt arner l.nke. Oreirou mid S. K. hloau
and Kd. A. Imnnav in. of Adel, Oregon.
J olv ,,;t--Ji K. M. Muattain,
Im now prevalent in nearly all
hcctioiiH. It can 1k prevented
by vaccination, and
Black Leg Vaccine
Im the lowest priced, cawieHt
lined and inont HticceHMful vac
Write for ULACK LF.ti book
let containing full information
concerning the dlMeiiMe ami tho
proccHs of vaccination.
Cutter Analytic Laboratory
Frcbh HtipplU s of our jiroduct
tuv for hhIo by
Copytifht VhkU DcWt
MOWERS - RAKES - and
BINDERS - Are The Best.
J. E. Bernard & Son.
Wabash Tourist Car Lines
Lv. Chicago Mondayi, 11:00 A u At. Boston Tuea.luyi 5:10 P M
Lv. Chicago Thuratlay 11 :00 am A r. Boston Friday 5:20
Leave Kansas Oity Fridays 9:20 pm Arrive St. Paul and Min
neapolis Saturday 7:'J0 PM.
For particulars consult your attent or Address
C. 8. CRANK, ROSS 0. CLINE
U. P. Afc-t., 8t. Louis, Mo. P. C. P. Agt., Los Angles