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LAKE COUNTY BXAfllNCR, LAKEVIOW, ORCUON, OCT. 8, I9ttl.
Owing to threatening weather and
tbelnntdlltjr of aereral of thehnebill
nine t( attend the bnnebnll tourna
ment nt Kbinmth Fall), It wm deem
ed advUahlo to atny At homo, rather
t hlll to fill the VACAIK'U'B with llM't-
Wanted Htock to pasture or
winter, In largo or uniull Imiik Iicm.
OoimI 1000 acre pimturn partly hunch
ed liny. Ntoek ran Im taken ly
October 10th. I'.niilre at thin
Two more bridge near the went
end of the nbwdi road have In-en re
moved and the ojitnlngM filled with
icravel. llefore very long all the tin-itiH-eMMiiry
bridge will l done away
and the road will Im much morn Mat
iMfactory to the traveling public.
The Warner Valley Ktvextock Com
pany have tuild all their uteri from
yearling up, to Nally Willy, of Heno,
Nevada. Urd rent, net, to le weigh
ed and delivered at Madeline. They
eijiect to deliver about twothouMiind
bead, the II rut drive of which In now
on the road.
(J. -o. II. I'MlllpM of I ted Bluff, who
ho tnniiniered IiIh Nheep on the Luke
county rung" for neveril yearn pant,
accompanied hy J. N. Parrock of
Ulllvllle, arrived Monday. Mr.
I'hllllpH will otart IiIh idieep for ICed
Bluff In alioiit a month for the
A number of Indlanx w n- In town
from Sprague river Monday with
Hevcral loaiU of line Halmon. The
nay that the run of the Huh In Sprague
river although late, In unUMimlly
large, ami the (InIi are In much better
condition than they have been for
ICalph and MlldriHl, the little moii
and daughter of Wm. Heryford have
lieen very III for the pant two week
with a very neve re fever, much re
MMubllng typhoid. They are much
Improved at prem-nt and their phy
sician exMS'tH to have them free from
danger In a few day.
Wm. Holder, proprietor of the
I'll I m Icy I'oHt andSllver Lake I'.ulletlu
wan a vlrtltor In Lakevlew Friday
mid Saturday, Wm. Holder linn
leawd the rrluevllle Itevlew and ex
lied to move IiIh family to TaMey
In the Hpriug, making that town hM
headiuarterM for the future.
The I'.xauilui'r Iwih for Hale one of
the hod Htock raucheH In Lakerounty
on very reaMiuiahltt t'rm S00 acre,
all fenced, and well watered. Till In
a great bargain and will not remain
long uiiHold. Wo alMo have a doxen
other rancheM and faruiH to dlxpone
of. If you have any land or procr
erty to nell, lint It with the Exam
iner. Send In dcHcriptlou mid we
will hi II It for you. HMf
M. I'. Kiillln, accompanied by IiIh
daughter, t'lara, arrived In town
Sunday evening wit h a load of choice
grape, Including tin' Mllneatel,
l'la tiling ToUey, and lilnck Morroeo
vai'letlcH. Mr. Itullla, left a wimple
of the fruit at The Examiner olllce
which. It In needle to Htate, wan.
greatly appreciated by the olllce
force. lie expect to return In a few
week and w ill have Hiilllcieiit fruit
to Hiipply the demand.
(ieorgo Small and daughter MIhh
Lorn, 'Mr. Frank Tayne and Win. j
Lnno left Monday for Eugene, via the
McKenzIo route, nayn tho On trail
Oregonlan of Oct. lt. Mr. 1'aynoJ
and Small will go on to Portland,
where the. latter will take up a
con tho of HtudleH at tho l'ortland
IbiHlneHH College. Tho former will
vlHlt with friend a month or two
until Frank can leave hi duties at
tho storo to bring her homo. Messrs.
Small and Lano took down about
head of horses which they expect to
A Literary Society wm organised
In Miss Sands room.
The following officer were elected:
Oeorgo Chandler, President; George
Itoss, Vice I'rwddent; Josle Wood
ccck,Kecrtary; JameJudge, Treas
urer; Ole Hull, Kargeant At Arms;
Miss Sands, Critic; Program Com
mittee, Emily Clark, Maud Uarne
burg and Sadie Heryford.
A few of the pupils In the eighth
grade made a great mistake In the
location of t ho North 1'ole.
Miss Sands has one new pupil
MIns Itlough has two new pupils
Nora Harry and Elous LofTtu.
Miss Calahan his five new pupils
Bewdc, Ilertha and Vale Lofftu,
Floyd Smith and Mary Harry.
Miss Hall has three new pupils
Jamie Harry, Bertha and Johnle
Prof. Vallandlgham has four new
pupils Kalph Tatro, Itay Emerson,
Nellie and Katey Harry.
Mr. Tatro has moved his family in
town for the purpose of sending his
children to school this winter.
The Correspondence Committee.
Alturas Race Notes.
Tho Fourth Annua! Fair of Modoc
county opened nt Alturason Monday
Oct. 5, with a large crowd of sight
wrm and although the weather was
Htormy and the track heavy, the
at tendance at the cotire w as all
that could Ih expected. Monday's
riwes were an follows:
Four furlougM Entries, Grace
Iloiian.a by J. W. Sjx-aks, and Fred
M. by 11. Mann. Fred M. won;
yt mile dash, free for all Entries,
Torincnto by Kennedy, Iady Ncvlne
by Stewart, Bed St4i'l by O. A.
Martin, Phil Crawley by Geo. Mucks,
1-ndy Nevlue won, Tormento, wcond;
time, ', purse 100.
Owing to the weather being un
favorable tor work at the cemetery
last Friday, It was decided by the
cemetery commltN'c to allow the
weather to set t le before ilolng any
thing further In the way of Improv
ing the grounds. The committee
had Imvii working zealously fur sev
eral days in getting an excellent din
ner prepared for ( host- Intending to
help with the improvements and not
wihlilng to disappoint any of thorn.'
who had taken time to prcpure the
couutlcHs iiumlter of fried and baked
chickens, cakes, pies, loaves of bread,
etc. etc, decided to have a dinner and
charge cent kt plate. On Thurs
day afternoon posters were distribut
ed announcing that the dinner would
lie served In the banquet room of the
Masonic Hall from 11:00 a. m. to 2:IW
p. m. and about t lint time on Friday,
our citizens with their wives and
families liegau to put In thelrappear
ance. About 110 people were present
enriching the cemetery fund to the
amount of $:!.". oil.
Tlio Oregon Kcml-Weekly Journnl, a
Pcinocmtle ticWHiiier, ever fulr and al
unyn flee; l(i4 enpleH In our year for only
fl.GH to nny ndilioN. Thu Journal, 1'.
O. Kox K'l. I'oiilanil, Or.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
. . CREDITORS' SALE
AYBEI & WHIfWOEfl
Sale Now Going On - - - Call Early
and Get Your Choice.
Everything: Will Be Sold Off At Cut Prices.
The Business Must Be Closed in the
Interest of the Creditors.
G000S WILL BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST
The Lake County Auricul
tural Association will give
Four Day. Racing on their
track in I-akeview, com
mencing on November 4th
and ending on November
7th, 1003. The aura of
$1400 will be distributed
in purtes aa follows:
FIRST PAY, NOV. 4th.
1st Race, i mile and repeat
2d Ra-e, mile dash
SECOND DAY, NOV. 5th.
1st Race, a mile dash,
2d Race, 1 mile dash,
THIRD DAY, NOV. Gth.
1st Race, mile and repeat
2d Race, 7g mile dash
FOURTH DAY. NOV. 7th.
lt Rnrs. mile and reteat
A I 1 I . 1 .i:.nA .- '"J
id itace, anniuni aim uiriutc
Ihj named at the track Nov. 6th. j
300 Full-blooded Year
ling and Two-year-old
Rambouillet and Delaine
. . RAHS . .
Now In Prader'a Pastu re at Sum
mer Lake and are for sale by
ALLEN & LAFOLLETT
As tlwre are hundreds of our sheeu In Lake county but little needs to
le said as to their quality for they speakjfor themselves.
I BEALL'S DRUG STORE M
LEE BEALL, Proprietor
All of the a hove race are free for all,
four to enter and three to start but the
Association reserves the right to hold
a less number than four by reducing
the purse in proportion to the number
of horses entered.
F.ntriea to close the evening before
the race. The Pari fie Coast Wood horse
Association rules to govern all running
races. Entrance foe ten per cent o'
purse. Monev to lie divided as follows ;
70 per cent to the first horse and 80 per
cent to the second horse.
V'e have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
Notions, Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
change any of the above races, in the
event of not fillini!, or to clmnno tho
date ol the hint day's event to the fol
lowing day in case any other amuse
ment is announced for that date. No
money paid without a contest.
Hoard of Directors: John McF.lhihney,
V. V. Heryford. V. V. I.iht, W. A.
Wilshire, K.'M. Miller, J. lnnes, V. L.
knelling and B. Daly.
The AssiM'iation reserves the ritfht to A
WE ARE NOW
V. L. SINELLINQ,
The llnrney County
Live HKM'k Aawxila-
l.n n( U'liil.h I Km
'wl!n l'f V. reward (or evidence
I f 7vi l . loimliiif to Hi mem-
ilorae brand tiorae-
shoe bar on ellher
or both awi. Re
Kange, Harnev, Lake and Crook I'ouuiien.
liorw'a vented wheu sold, lloraeasold to pau
through this amnion will be reported in thin
paper. II not so reported, pleaite write or tele
phone The Timi'i Ili'raM, Main XM, Burin. Ore.
W, W. BKOVV N , Kite, Oregon.
7 .'I "vv fllil
To Do All Kinds
We can also furnish Gun Furnishings,
make estimates on Galvanized Tanks or
anything else in the lines above.
We have a first-class workman in con
nection with our store and will guarantee
satisfaction on any work brought us.
J. E. BERNARD & SON
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Cliii'ago Tuurwlay 11 :00 a M
Ar. Boston Tueadayt 5:20 p M
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