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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1903)
LAKE COUNTY EXAfllNCK, LAKEVIEW, OREXION, SEPT. i, IWJ.
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Xocal lnppcninoo Goto in paraorapbo
Tin Pout, rniyn It In h mlMtiiko
uliout ('. (). Mt-tukrr wlllnu; out of
th I'hIhIi-.v hotel.
All tin' I.nkcvlt'w M'uili who luivc
I mh'Ii ciiiiiiltiK on ln-i- (ni'k, rvttirn
rl linim- IfiMt wii'k,
Morn, nt l'iilnli',v on Tm-Hilny, Au
uhI lift. liNi.'l, to Mr. itixl M rn, J. I.
Fnrrii, 7 pound lioy.
Ten tlioiiNfind lullir Ih tlx nuiii
Ih-Iiik i'XM iilfil y tlio Miiltnoinnli
bo.vH to iiiiki- I'ortliind'H lil Fall
Ciirulvnl a mihti-m.
J. I.. Ntuiili-y Ih now editor of tin
Nortlini Oillforiilit Ih-iiHxrut at
KimMIiik, hmvIiijc HHTiitly Mold out
of tlic iMiiiMiniilr NcttM,
i'ortliiiid'N IiIk Fall Carnival, Ncp-tfiiilN-r
II to W Iik IiihIvc, Ih glvm
t IiIh year iiimIit t In iiukiIii-m of tin
Multnotnali Amateur A t lil t 'lul.
Kvrry day will In- a himiIhI day at
Portland' Mr Fall Carnival. K'-ti-mlrll
to M IihIuhIvc, and It Ih
Miifc to Hay tlial It will U larufly
attended from IIiIh wrtloii.
K. !. AdauiM had IiIh km thrown
out of pliu-)' hint Monday morning
w hllc mIkh Iiir a lniri-, atid will I-
inaiilpulatln riit h. H st-vi-nil rla.vn
lll coiiHeitience of liU IiiIhIiip, Ma.VH
t 1m- PohI.
The I'.xanilner Ih In n-ci-lpt of a
copy of the premium lint and MMi-d
program of the Harney County Fair,
to Im- held at I'.uriiH, S-ptemlH-r lllh
tolMtli InclllMlve f:',.VHI will lie given
In premium and iiui'mc.
The KlantH from the athlcllc Held
will uiei-t at Portland during the
llg Fall Carnival, S pH-mlM-r II to
J( IiicIiimIvo, and lovern of athlete
event will have an opportunity to
nee the lilg felloWH conteHt for prlxi-H.
A. It. Powern, a carciitcr from
Southern California wiih In l.akcvlew
hint Friday on lil way to the '.X
ninth in Chevtaucan, where he han a
contract for a lot of work, which
will require nevcral IllolitliK to do.
l.fiw rn II i-i ui 1 1 rjiti-M lui'f- liei-ti
Krantetl l.y the road centering In
Portland for the l.lg Carnival In that i
city, Septi-inlM-r II to 1'ii IiicIiihIvc,
and many from HiIm place will
take advantage of thin oppor
t unity to make the trip.
Mr. .Iidin SlmmoiiH Ktarted W'cd
ueHilay for Fiicnc and wiih accoui
pnnled by her MlHter, Mr. Suit, of
Summer Lake, hii.vh the Palnlcy
I'oHt. On her ret urn Mrn. SIiiiiiioiih
will lirlii her little hoy who U In
FiiKelie home with her to Palnlcy.
MImh Martha Kane with her two
hoiih ami MImh FHtella Payne, left
Sunday for their home In llnrrlslmiK
after a moiith'H vinlt with frlcmlH
and rclatlvi-H at thin place. They
were accompanied by Mrn. William
Klttredne and Mrn. W. II. Mahoney
who will vlnlt rclatlvcH in Coi viiIIIh.
Sliver Lake t (ri'Kon.
Itcv. 1. V. Itlaek, former piiHtor of
the llnptiHt church, of AhIiIiiuiI, ar-
rived In town ycHterday with bin
wife and two children and IcavcHj A Itelian physician declaitH that
today for Lakeview. He Ih piiHtor early baldncHH Ih frcipientl.v cauncd
of the HaptlHt church at P.tiniM. M'.v 1 1 xcchhIvc eatlnjr of meat, lie
F.iiHtcni Oregon, and cniue to thejiiHKeitH that he han often checked
Itotfiio Itlvcr Valley by private ciihch of fallliiK Imir by combining
conveyance over the Klamath route, with local treatment a diet of milk,
They have been visiting two weckn ckh and fruit.
at (irantH Piihh. AmIiIjiiuI Tribune
An ArkaiiHitH prliitcr. In innKlnn'iip
the forniH In a hurry the other day,
not a nmrrlnn'o ami a nroccr'n ad vcr-tlHenu-nt
mixed up ho that It read as
follow: "John Itrown and Ida
(Ira.v were united In the holy Haiier
k ra tit by the quart or barrel. Mr.
Hi-own Ih a w ell known y niiux cod
IIhIi at 10 cciiIh per pound, while the
bride, MlMHtiray, haHHoine nice pin
feet, whlcli will be Hold hcap.-l' than
iiny in town.
NVurly oua half of t he mortality o
tin-I'nlti-it Ktnt- In from dlwawi of
t li In iiKM and n r c nt of It pn--Vftitahli'.
Travi-lliiK 1atliN on one of thn ftim
Nlan rallwayH aritlio latent provln
loii for If m inployrn' comfort In flu1
In out of thn MtrcctM of Vicuna
workiiK-n have iIiim: up part of tint
Miotic flooring of a Itoman Iioiihv
dating from the third century.
Kentucky Favoriln Whinky mililest
nml ln-al. PliyniclaiK reucoinciid it.
Pout A KitiK. tf.
Ily the llaHh of an electric Mpark
one hundred and twenty-live mil
llonth of a Mccond In duration a rifle
luillet can I hi photoKraphcd In It
A wiik'i' Mtatciucnt for Kiiiihum
kIiowh that a college education (Hm a
young man to earn f 1.0H at harvcMt
Iiik; without the college education,
he k'ctH .MI.
When Irotililtxl with constipation try
CIihimIm'iIhiii'h StouiHi Ii and Liver Tl
Icla. They are cary to take and pro
duce no KriniiiK or other uiili-aiunt
fleet. For sale ty 1.4-e Ik-all.
There han recently arrived In (ii-r-
maiiy t ho hl.Jf of an H.-pliant that
WliH Hi feet II InchcH IiIk. till" Im-Iiik
over thre- feet aliove the largcnt
eli'phaut known hitherto.
Charp-d with viiKaliondiine, a
youth who wiin arrcHted ly the
ParlH police declared that he allied
a IIvIiik an a profcHHlomil applauder
of pulillc incctlnifN at aliout i." ci-ntH
Califoriiia farm (or khIii at a 1 i hf har
Kain. Pit) acrei) (eliceil and itohh leiiced.
t'ot preM-nt owner fit), WW hut wi.l ho
fold lor fWWtl ; , down and halanee on
enny puviiieiitn. Inquire at t It in o(
ticc. ' 47-lf
The AiiHtrlau mlulHter of rallwayH
rei'oinmendH that honey yielding
llowcrn Hhonld 1m planted alon the
trackn, and that the otatioii miiHtcrH
hhonld keep Ihih and Hiuh add to
Several copiei o( the North wentern
Stock Directory, complied hy SIohs iV
Mttlitiv, )r iin-m oi AlliirnH, nuvo m-cn
,.t Bl'ti,,H ,,nic(. lor .limril.ution. It in
valuiihln Un-k lor atockmcn anil worth
me price. ii
Theic are t IimunhihI of bieyclen
Ih-Iiik; wold thin Heanon tlirouuli the
Houthcrii HtatcH, where the bicycle
craze han nt ruck t he iicutim-h, and the
wheel ban KlmoHt Ihm-ii abandoned
by the whiten.
Pont A Kinn arc now re-'eiviui; in
voicea for their winter triulc. All the
IliiCHt IthikIh of liipienrri mid ci'HiH arc
kept there. Pout it King- furnish the
I home with the U-Nt brands for mcdicin-
111 pUrH)HCH. -tL'-tf
Flrcllii-H are lined jin Jewel by the
women of Mexico. They tie them In
little f-niuc bii'w and put them In
their hair or on t heir clot him;. They
alno keep them in little wire ciik'ch
and feed them on scraps of wuur
Whorton A Suiiili'd Pulace continues
to lie the poiulur club room. If you nr
looking fr a iiiitn you w ill likely tind
him Hi the Pulnce. tieor;o and Kent
alwHVH treat their patrmiH well. Latent
periodiculH. Private club room, -ll'-tf
WANTKIi -SKVKIi.VI. I N HI STIMolH l'K.K-
HI ) 1 1 K III l-HI'll rlHII te UHrl (ur llullM- l-llih-
InIii'iI eleven yeurs Kiel nil h liiiKe ruplm!, in
I'llll llpell llierellHIII-. It 1 1 I H.'i'li(n l.ir lli'ees.tul
nml imilltnlile line. I'eriliilllelll ellKellli'lll.
Wi-e,y eiili hMlnry nl f Ih nml all iravi-llnu -x-
pelmen mill hutel liilU H'l lllll'etl In CUhll elll'll
Hi'eli. Kx erii'iiei 1 1. 1 1 i'wiii i ll. .Mention rcf-
ITVIII'fl Htl'l elll'lliJIi' sell tliillVKclt I'lHClolU'.
TIIK NATIONAL, ;,'l l' nriiiiin M Cliliuti"
PcrhapH the most cn. r;il Hiirxlval
of the picturesque in cost nine In
Fiiropc Ih to be found in Spain and
Port llal, count lie a little oil' the
general line of travel mid almost
outside the raiiueof the o uidiu'ted
. . Arriving: . .
NEWS - PAPER
$ 2.00 PER YEAR
JOB - PRINTING - -
WE - GUARANTEE
A Complete Line of Ladies Tailor
in"; samples for Spring and Summer
A Large Assortment of Men's Hats
will he sold at Greatly Kcduccd Pri
ces. Call early and get first Selec
tion. A Full Line of Groceries Always in
C. U. SNIDER, j
TIMBKR I.AXt NOTK K.
I'nlted Bltlii Land Office at Lakevlrw Orrgba.
Nolle hereby (Irrn that In rnmplltii
July 7, jwu
June . lffrft entitled "An art for the Hale
timber Undi In the malet of California, drrw.
on. Net and In Wanhlniiton Terr I lory"
extended to all the Public Land Btttea by ftet
of Atiguti, 1H92, the (ollowlDf penooa be
(lied In tnti office their iworn stmtementa tow II:
Declma J. Hallntory,
of Appleton. M7 Oak Bt., County of Oatatramte,
late of W Imoniiln. tworn utaleroent NotM for
the piirehane of theHK' N'KNec 27 8WU
W VV Hec 25 Tp V H, R 14 E.
Marcery E. Ballibnry,
of Appleton, M7 Oak St.. County of Ontairamte,
tate of W iiwxiiinln, iworn itaiement No 'ibuS for
the punhaie of the Wj W Sec 36, Tp 86 B, R
Emma May Pchumann
of Portland Uoodenonrh Bldf. county of Molt
nomah, atate of Oregon, worn atatement No
2570 for the purcbane of the Wi 1 He II Tp
8, R IS E.
rha. J. Pchumann,
of Portland, Good enough Bldfr. county of Molt
nomah, atate of Oregon, morn alalement No
i'.Tl for the purchase of the bW'4 Bee 32 Tp 34 8,
K IS K.
That they will offer proof to show that tbe
land nought la more valuable for Hi timber or
tone than for agricultural purpoava and to e-tat-lib
their claim to aaid landa before ('. H.
Wlthrow L'. fl. ('ommUioner at Klamath Fall
Oregon, on Tburaday, tbe lotb day of Septem
They name aa wltne-: Emma May Bcho
mann of Portland Oregon and U.J. Kailabury,
M. K.Halinbtiry. Carrie V. I.undy, Chaa W. Em
body and William Kin ley all of Bly Oregon.
Any and all persona claimlhg adversely tbe
above-dencri bed lamts are requested to file
their elalma In thin office on or before (aid lOtM
day of September lt3.
July 9-27 E. M. Bsattaim, Reglater.
Xotire of flliaiK Klual arroant hjr
And of Appointment of time and plaee for
bearing objectioiia thereto, and aettlement
TO A 1.1. WHOM IT MAY COSCERN: Notice
ii hereby given, that tbe nndermgned Adminia
tratoroftbe Ei-tate of J. . McUAKREY, lie
reaaed, hai filed In the ofHce of the County
Clerk of Lake County, Oregon, hie HNAL AC
COI NT u-h Aduiinlatrator, and Saturday,
the fifth dav of September, 1U3. at 10 o'cloek A.
M of aaid day at the County Judy's office la
the t'ounty ( ourt House of Lake Connty, Ore
gon, in the Town of Lakeview, baa been duly
appointed by the Hon. B. Daly, Judge of lbs
County Court of Lake County, Oregon, aa the
time and place for tbe hearing of objections to
aid Final Account, aud fur the aettlement
TMi. notice l publ .hed In the LAKE COUN
TY EXAMINER by order of said Court, in pur
suance of I he designation of said Administra
tor, for foursucceutive weeks, beginning wita
the issue dated August 1 1th. 19U1.
liated this Mb day of August. l'.)03.
Administrator of the Kuteof
Aug. 1.1-32 J. t. Mcliarrey, Deceased.
TITI IIK.lt l,M KltTICR.
I'nitid States Land Office at Lakeview Oregon
June, 25, 1MJ3.
Notice is hereby given that in compliauce
witli the provisions of the act of Cougressol
JuueS, lhTH. entitled "an act for the sale ol
timber lauds In the States of California. Ore
gon, Nevada, and in Washington Territory"
as eslended to all the Public Land States by
act of August 4. W2, Mary James, of lakeview,
county of Lake. State of Oregon, has this day
filed in this office her sworn statement No.
!10. for the purchase of the NW; Sec 10 Tp 37 9
K 19 E. ana w ill offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone (ban for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish her claim to "i2, land before C. H.
Withrow, I' . S. Comr cr at Klamatb Falle
Oregon on Friday, . Jt-, day ol September,
1903. 1 "
She names as witness...; E.G. Stark, Fred
Hi-nkleman, W. 8. Packad and Floyd Farmer,
all of Lakeview, Oregon. Any and all person
claiming adversely the above-described lands
are requested to file their claims in this office
on or before said 4th day of September 1903.
July 2-36 E. M. BRATTAIN, Register.
TINHKH LAD XOTIt'tt.
I'nited States Land Office, Lake lew, Oregon,
June 2b, Ii3. Notice is hereby given thai jn
complianee with the provisiousof the' act ol
June s, 17H, entitled "An act for the sale 5
timber lands in tbe States ot California, Ore
gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa
extended to all the Public land States by act
of August 4, 193, William Packard, of Lake
view, county ol Lake state of Oregon, has line
day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
:Woi, for the purchase oithe NW'i Sec 9 Tp 37 S,
K 14 E, ami will offer proof to snow that tbe
land sought is more valuable for It timber or
stone tban for agricultural purposes aud to es
tablish his claim to said laud before C. U.
Withrow I'. K. f onimisftioncr at Klamath Fall
Oregon, on Friday the 4th day of Seplember.
He names as witnesses: E. . Stark, Fred
Henklciuaii, Floyd Farmer ami Mary James, all
of Lakeview Oregon. Any and all person
claiming adversely the above-described land
are requested to tile their claims in this office
on or before said 4th day of Sciitouilx-r, 1903.
July 2-i6 F.. M. BRATTAIN Legister
r lL. FIIOOI-'.
Laud Office at Lakeview , Oregon, August 11,
19)3 Notice is hereby given that the follow-itig-nained
settler has filed notice el his inten
tion to make final proot in support o' liisclaiia
and that ssid proof will be made before Regis
ter and Receiver at Lakeview, Ongon, na
September '.'ill, liaci, U. Joseph W. Kiugrv II.
K, No. 2111 (or the NE'4 of NKi S'.. oi NEU
and NE4 of SE4 of See l., tp :H RiOKW V.
He names the following wifnoHcs to prove
his cominiious rcsiileiieo iiihiii ami cultivation
of said laud, vis: V. I.. Suellnig, Robert Me
Kee, Charles l . t'mbacli, aud Janice I. Meuker
all of I ske iew, tiretton.
Aug W-Xi K. M. Kkaitain. Register.
I- l .l, I'ltOOF
I'nited Slates Land Office, Lakeview, Ore.,
July Hi, I9UI. Notice is hereby given that
Anna Shcr'ock ol lakeview, Ore , has filed
notice of Intention In make proof on herdeserl
land claim No. 401, for the K', NVt'i.i Sec. 21 T
10 SH 17 K before the Register and Receiver at
Lakeview, Ore., on Friday. Ihe4th dav of Sept..
Iiiu3. She names the following witnesses to
prove the coinnlete irrii-Aii.iu ami r.'i IninHil.,,,
of said 1 ml: James Redden. Lannls Klliu.ei.
loselill McNcw aud Thomas II. Sherlia-k. nil of
Siiuiuier Lake, Ore.
juiyit-2H K. Bmrrus RcKlstor.