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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1904)
V. Cii ii and biinlly i-atuti ilnuu frinn
I'tfbley Tuesday Hlnl left M'nletiliiy lor
l'urlUinl where Mr. ('nun K!' I'll I'll"!
ne. Tin fiunlly In I lti St. I.nni
It' V. I.. A. M.vi i M iiml f tiull.v re
( iirii'-il frinn SilviT l.nke liiHt week.
Mr. Mvitn' inntlie iiihI her Ihih.
bntnl, .die t r i li . ciiiiii'I'i l.ake lew
Ciil. ('. ,. t'uwi-l! imUi'il here
Mninl.iv Mil ii Iii-.Iii.'i' trip, t'l'lnliii
til till HI'I I ll'IIM'lll lf II I'llllt ritvii-HV
lirl ween I In' Wiirni-r Stork I'n. mihI
I In' Mi-('itiiini;;li,v i'ni uif.
MImhi'm Sweeten ilti'l liiillln mi' till
liulilliiK iii el Inn ill tlx- M, I',. rliim-li.
A utvnt 1 ' 1 ( IiiIiti'hI Ii.im been Ink.
imi In I hew meet Inn mill milch uimii
llllH lll l ll ll(TItllIUIl',
J. I! WitUer, funnel ly nf Al'l, Iiiin
leitMcil tin II wry hIhIiI" iiiunIi I In
1. O. (. I". Itiill. Mr. Wnlkt'i'lipn.iii
mii iiu'huI liiiMlui'MHliy tin' iriHiii'tM
for nil bmduem to ibnirUli Oil Mivm
iiii. ieo. I riuu in. J. i:. llnrMT, .1. S.
Kldcr, ami L.f". Il.-irtlerode, w ho lire
nlii'iirliiK nhove loan mine down
frinn there hint wii W when It mined
and ahook linmU with nuuiy friend
rhireme ". Ilnrrl ami wife wi-rc
In Lnkei lew liil. They raiiu' down
from Shiiiiiht I .'ike partially on Imim
Iih'kh ami to make a vllt with rel
ative;. 'Inn-mi' mh.vh tln llarrl
ItroM will have a uonl liny crop HiIh
J.J. Moon-, tin 1'nbdey hurla-r
ami Mm mother In la Mix. J. K.
Imulnter. ennie to Lnkeew liwt
week after bin wife, who wan vIhU
Inn her winter, Mr. I'rank Smltli.
Mm. IbmUter en me down on it
vUlt with Iiit tlatilitT.
V. J and J. 11. Handera returned last
ek fiom Hedro Wuoley, Wellington,
where they wont about year ago.
The boy bought a farm in Washington
and have lieen farming there. They
came back here to fli up aome business,
and started on their return trip yester
day. Mr. ami .Mr. .1. 1C. Mltehell-Iniiea
mine down from thi'lr clu-w aucaii
home liwt Thuradiiy to meet tho two
aonaofMr. Inmn, who have Imh-ii
attending aohool In Kan I-'rnnclHco
for the pait aeven month. Tho boya
are looking healthy, ami are Kind to
Setback to Uike county whore 1 hoy
can have plenty of room.
Several of MIhh Jean TonnlnjfHeirB
young frlenda gave her a happy anr
urlao party lnt Friday evening;,
(lame wore played till late In the
evcnlnic when rvfreidimenta were
served, with honie-inndo candy. The
party were ontertalniil royally by
Mia TonnliiKtHtn, who In a very pop
ular youn lady.
Mr. and Mr. Walter Dyer who have
lived in Lakevlew two or three yearn,
departed yenterday for Aurora, IllinoU.
Mr. Iyer ia a orat'cliiM barbur, which
trade he followed here, working with
Andy Ietine, whonuld hit barber nhup
oiiio time ago. ' Mri. Dyer ia an accom
pllbhod aintcer and will be mim'ed in
Lakevle ai her talent wua alway free
ly donated to charity.
Montx Carry, a former land mark of
UieBilver creek tectlon and who con
ducted a tore at old Kuan in the early
HO'i, waa a vUltor'to our city a few
tlaya tbia week in company with Maneul
flandera, a slieepman who recently took
up land and became a resident of the
southern part of this) county. The gen
tletuen were here on U.nd biivnieaa.
Mr, Curry ia now a resident of Iake
county and li following civil engineering.
Thia wat hia first vieit nince 187 and al
though ho found many chaagca in our
itv and county he found many of the
old ploneera here to greet him and dia
cum early day and incident of Harney
valley. -Hum Timea Herald.
McCarty vs Hcryford
HW IISII HA V.
The nine uponei) at 10 o'clock yen
tenlay iiioiiiln. Though the raxelM
a 'eiiMatloiwtl one. There were few
proNciit oiiImIiIi of th Juror, altor
iieya ami altadieM f tlieeoiirt, MImm
McCarly, a tall, alemler lirimetle of
rather pivpoMHMnlim appearance,
mil ly lu r attorney, Jnde O'Day,
Mlii wan atllred la a nlmple MiM-k
Inucllnif Htilt. Hlic I1nIcik with
evlilent ll'tcfehl to every xtep of Hie
proeeeilhlM, and HieiMi'il In have
HlDctiliy lii repreHHlmr mii hiiiiihimI
miiiIIi- i lint ict'"Mtei III lin king aliolit
let' iiioul li w hen any I' fcri'iice win
liui'lc lii tin' luvi'liiuk lny; lict w cell
hcrxeif ami the cut I Iiiiiiui. The 'I'"
f ii'liint, a lyplcul rniii lii-r, hiihIhii n
ci iiml alllreil In tli" rmiKli k'iiIi of
a ciiltli'muii, mil behlile hU alloniey,
John M. (iet iln, nervously llni rln
flrt hU lint ami (lien a ruMiir I mi ml
ami ciIhI Um (M'caHlnnul kI'iiiccm a I bin
former awii't hear'.
MIhm ricmlng, the court hIi-iioj;-rapher,
wan called to testify tononie
MlaiemetiiM maile by MIm Mcl'arty
al the former trial.
Mrn. Annie Slilplliitf. who wan
Moiklnt; at th Hcryford ranch
while MIhh Mcl'arty boarded there,
wan called. She tcHtlllcd that her
room wa directly under that of
MImm McCarty and Mhe could ennlly
hear what went on above. She had
not heard Hcryford make any of IiIm
allennl call In MImm McCarty'n rouin,
ami had Meen nothing in the manner
of the two to aroiiMe any mplclon.
The witueMM jyive moiiim new and
Hiartlliitf tcHtlmoiiy, however, when
MlieMWoiv that MIhh Met 'any once
linked her how much a woman could
net If hIio Micd for breach of promlne,
ami rciiiiirkcl that If a woman hucI
Heryford hIio would make a
Mtake. WltncHM nlwi Hiild MImm Mc
Carty told her ahe would never
marry a poor man, but would marry
a rich man, get all the money mIio
could from him, then iilt him If hIio
did not like him.
MUa McCarty, on rcbutUil. ami-
I at tly denied having had any niich
con vernation with the wltmMM.
lleryfonl tla'U took the ataud.
Hla courtlnif had Ufii coiiiuieuceil
when ho uei'd to drive MImm McCarty
to mid from whool. Although ho
loved her, la had not Kpuken of It to
her until ChrlHtmiiM iiIkIiI when ho
kinged her and projioHed. She kept
him KiieMMlntr. Ho had prcHMcd IiIm
null ami the Hccoml time hopropoMOtl
he was ncooptod. Ho really loved
her and thought alio loved hlui.
for having made any Improper
propoMiilM or accoinpllnhlnf; her ruin,
the wltncMM abHolutcly denleil any
Kiillt. Wltnomi aald ho learned after
MIhh McCarty left that ho did not
love her and could not keep IiIm prom
Imo of marriage, no ho wroto to her,
breaking tho engagement. Ho do
tin rod, however, that ho found at
tho time tho ault was filed that ho
Mtlll lovoil her enough to marry her
CoiiMoquently ho wrote another pro
poniil. But it was Ignored. Hery
ford claimed lie waa willing to marry
MIhm McCarty up to the moment alio
wont on tho atand and hccuhihI him
of reduction. When alio did that hla
love wan killed and ho would never
lie wllllug to marry her now.
Itelatlve to hla wealth, Heryford
t oh titled that after IiIm debt were
paid ho could not hcthh) up more
than fJO.QlKl. I le owed 45.IHH.
Xtir f Apiataneat ! kxrrmfr.
TO ALL WHOM IT M A Y COM "E RN :
Notice ia hereby given, that the nnder
aigned waa, by an order of the County
Court of like County, Oregon, duly
made and entered therein on the 2Un
duy of May, 100 1, appointed Executor of
lite lat vt in ana l eaiameui oi juma
McKblllNNKY, late ol Lako County,
Oregon, now deceased. All ' pvraOni
having claima againil the Entate of aaid
IietHiaiud are hereby reiiireii to prenent
ttie same, wiin me proper vouchers and
duly verilied, within eix months from
the date of this notice, to the under
aigned Exe utor, at the Law Ottice of L.
F. Conn, in tlio Town of Lakeview.
like County, Oregon, and all jwrHoim
owimi suid Estate are hereby requested
to call and pay to said Exmiior the
amount of thetr liidebtedneHs.
(ated at Lakeview, Lake County,
Oregon, this Dili day of June. llk4.
JOHN H. IILAIU,
Exe' Utor of the Last Will and Testa
mem of JOHN McElh inney, leceaned.
IT IS A HATTER OF HEALTH
Ti arfT FWt tVT
WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Spring" is Here S
It Is now time for business. If you want
a good crop you must have good machinery.
Anticipating your wants, we have in stock
n large lot of Farm Implements of the best
grade and quality, consisting of dang Plows,
Sulky Plows, Disk Plows and Harrows of all
kinds. The celebrated Oliver Steel and Chill
ed Plows of all sorts and sizes, Grain Drills
and Seeders. In fact anything the farmer
Call and see us and get prices. We are
in the business and think we can do you good.
J. E. EfikNARD & SON
To Whom It may concern. Notice
h hereby given, Hint I will lint be re
MpoiiHilile fur any debt or IcMm con
tracted by any pernoii other than
myaelf, except mi my written order.
(ii:. Winkki.m tx.
Dated. May l!l. l!WL
$1500 IN PURSES
Races Co'mmence o i Wednesday,
The Lake County Agricultural Asso
ciation will give live tn)V racing on
their track in Lakeview, commencing
June -Jtl, and ending Jiny 2l, 1H04.
The sum nf fl.VKl will be ilMributeil in
purre as follows :
riRAT DAY- JIMJ 2g
1st lim e 1Hmile iiali (rev fur all 12
2.1 Kuce S'i fiirlongii iIuhIi free all l"0
5IXONO UAV-Jt'MR jo.
1st Usee V"'1 ,,HI free for all 10
2.1 Ksce '.j mile heat tree for all 200
THIKD OAV-JULV I.
IhI Uuce mile ilafh free for all fl.V)
2.1 Race 'ginile heat free for all 150
l ot HTH DAY-JULY a ,
1st Race ?mile dash free for a'l (130
2d Race 1 mile dash free for all 200
FIFTH DAYJULY j
Smile Relay race for Buccaroo hors
es, 5 horsea to each entry, each
horse to run 1 mile, free for all (175
NOTE The rider in the Relay race to
be a buccaroo. Rider must change
his saddle each relay.
F. M. Oreen
All of the above racet are free for all,
four to outer and three to atart but the
Association reserves the right to hold
a lesa number than four by reducing
the purse in proportion to- the number
of horsea entored.
Entries to close the evening before
the race. The Pacific Coast Mood horse
Assoriation rules to govera all running
races. Entrance fee ten per cent oi
purse. Money to be divided as follows:
70 pur cent to the first horse and SO per
cent to the second horse.
The Association reserves the right to
change any of the above races, in the
event of not filling, or to chango the
date ol the last 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.
Board of Directors: W. P. Heryford,
F. P. Light, W. A. WiMilre. F. M.
Miller, J. I lines, V. L. duelling and B.
V. L. SNELLINU, B. DALY,,
Secretary. " President.
Tn w hom It may concern: All per
sona are forbidden to hunt, feed
their stock or otherwise trespass
upon any land belonging to mo at
any of ma runchey In iJake couuty;as
I will prosecute each trem-panner.
' . U. W. MAI Klf.'
ERECTED IN 1900
T - -
oeomarXow LIQHT & HARROW, Proprietors.
Chaaikertatti,i MSvmark snid l.lver
Tkklirnt Brtlff 4haa -m CartarSt
Mrs. J. W. Turner, of Truhart, Va,
snya that CliamlHulains, Kiomach and
l.ier Tablets have done , him niore good
than anything itie could get (row tlw
doctor. : If any thy-icitfM in tlwa ooim
try was able to com pound a mediviiN
that would produce fuel gratifying re
sults in vasea of stomach troubles, bil
iousness or constipation, his -bole liuve
would ho used in preparing this'tteud
itine. For sale tiv Lee Ueail.
LF.E BEALL. Propriety
m. Notions, Cigars, Etc., Etc. ( -
m Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
V F. E. HARRIS. E.N.JAQUISH
HADDK Ae IAOHIC.H
m m assa w a w w s aw
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full nJ complete stock ot
Everything in the line of
JUST OPENED. 00005 AR
RIVINQ ALL THE TIME.
Snider Ed'disg ca Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
BEEF, MUTTON. IH)RK, SAUSAQE, E'lC, 5
U ALWAV SJN HAMO AT THE
..Lakeview Meat Market.. f
JOHN UENKKLL, Proprietor
AT rUCSENT LOCATES .
BUILDINQ NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVIEW
he Palace Restaurant..
WN. HAKVUV. &tprietr.
Pries Always RaaaoMbto.
BrMd aMl Pastry Always aa Hw4.
Ths Only First Class Raatauraa iatk.vaiw