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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1904)
You can alwavs de-
pn1 on something
well worth while
when you como
hero. We furnish
the thine you like
Jo irtrry away with
The price is right ;
the goods are pleas
ing; our method
Come and get the
most attractive of
thine J'ou ve'
bought for t h s
Who come wild cummer to thi
And owest June her day of birth
With ring of agate on htr hand
Can health and wealth and peace
We bare this brilliant
crystalline stone in a var
iety of forms. It makes
beautiful Cameos, and is
shown in various set
tings of pure gold. In
spect our June gift jewelry.
Lakeview - Soda Works
T. H. CLOUD, Proprietor
Fine Grade Carbonated Drinks
COMPLETE LINE OF
Bicycles on Sale
HO! FOR ST, LOUIS
(C Nature's Art Oallery of the Rockies in
-3 WW addition to the attractions of St Louis.
This can only be done by going or returning:
via the "SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD."
UNRIVALED SCENIC ATTRACTIONS
NEQUALLED DINING CAR SERVICE
NSURPASSED IN EFFORTS TO PLEASE
Writ for Illustrated Booklet ol Colorado'! Famous Sights and Resorts
vV. C. HcBRIDE, General Agent
124 Third Street
Come in -take a look at a
beautiful display of
On the counter you will
also find catalog illus
If you want the
very bst values
for your money
NKW OR SECOND HAND WHEELS
on Short Notice.
Z WORLD'S FAIR!
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Local Happenings ,,,CMD n
iti:mi and -ritt:ii
F. 15. Houston nover from Warner.
Win. Metxkcr in down from Paisley.
C W. lVnt U in town from Warner.
Seven doors at Pulley & Mnssln
Cordcll Thruston wiw In town Inst
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. t'ary are here
Win. Dalglclsh wiw ii Lukevlew
lieo. Hanklns was 111 Lakeview
tlrwt of the week.
Force, the great health fo.i.1 nt oiiilcy
W. P. tivertnn brought in the vole
from Plush Tuesday.
W. K. MeCormack brought the Itnllnt
box down from Paisley.
V.. Keller, the fine Creek miller,
wiiii In town Monday.
See those ladies' swell Oxford ties at
Pail-y fc Massing'tU's. S3
Mrs. Yates of Alturna was register
ed at Hotel Lakeview last week.
You chu get a summer hat at Aids
trom ltroa. for almost a sonit. 23
J. A. Auderson of Drews Hop made
this office a social call Saturday.
Everything you need to catch tlsu
with at J. K. llernard St Son's. 11
The family of F. M. Miller returned
home first of the week from Berke
ley. liend Thos. 11. Cloud's new adver
tisement in this issue of The Kxum
Iner. John L linker, the Modoc County
Judge bus been In Iukevlew several
James William was registered nt
Hotel Lakeview Saturday from Ced
arvllle. Fly time Is near and you w III want
screen doors get them at Pulley &
Lulu tiarret returned from Perkclcy
Sunday, where she attended school
Prick for the new hank building
will be burned as soon is the wcuth-
er will permit.
Mrs. Jas. P.oyd, Miss N. It. Drew
and Mr. Oeo. Poyd were here from j
Ply lust Saturday. i
Miss Josle Harvey, who has uH. i
attending school at P.erkeley return
ed home Saturday.
Prof. J. L. Smith, the Equitable
Life Ins. (Vs. agent returned to
J. I'.. Poone, the Warner hoive
raiser, came to town on business
last Saturday, returning Sunday.
Tom Anderson expected to go to
Warner this week where he will re
main through the summer looking
after his cuttle.
Cyrus Noble Whinky the old cham
pion and still champion of thern all.
Used in all first-class places. Ask for
Cry us Noble case goods when you want
a good drop at home. 37 tf.
Lee ISeall went to Ashland lust
week to attend a meeting of the
Poard of faculties of the Ashland
H. 0. Matt of San Francisco, at
torney for the Warner Valley Stock
Co., arrived in Lakeview Monday In
company with Col. C. A. Coggswell.
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Ir. William returned home on
Organdie in all shade at Alilslroui
( onn Kennedy Is seriously III at
New slock, moil's lulls at lUilcy V
I'. M. Urnttaln Is havluu a new
feme built n round his residence In
The Lxiimliier erreil In saying Joe
Hampton wits a witness on the ('lie.
wam-iin water suit.
. Ahhtrom Pros, keep a line line (
children' shoes anl slocking. V'S
Miss Ai.im Jones came down from
Paisley Inst week on a vllt with her
sister, Mrs. W. ii. SnldiT.
Wallace Taylor and tlcorgc P.
I.ovegrove were down from the 7.
ranch Saturday on business.
Tin good old summer time is here and
it is Ifme to get one of those hammocks
at The Monogram. S3
Modoc county will have it county
fair this fall. Already preparations
are ttclug made for its success.
Joe Payne and L. I iiussill
were iu town from the 70 ranch
iu Ijower Cliewaucau Monday.
Mrs. Cobb and daughter llssle re
turned Saturday from Perkeley,
where F.ssle attended school.
H. K. Mct'onnoughy. the Warner
Valley stink man is transacting
business In Iakevlew this week.
Massingill and I'averlcy havu bought
about a quarter of a million iuinls of
wool In Lake county, paying from l'l to
L. Yanderpool spent Monday In
town from the Venator ranch. He
says lie will have a gond crop this
Pope Paulstcr returned from Mad
eline last week with a load of freight
for withers Pros., the Paisley mer
chants. We understand that Will Steele Is
negotiating for the purchase of the
residence in Lakeview Is-longlug to
Mrs. I lot lie.
A crowd of picnickers went to
Cotton wooil last Sunday to ss-inl
the day. This, we believe, Is the
"rst pleiiU-of the Meiison.
J. L. Hamilton and wife returned
to Paisley Sunday, after sH'iiding a
couple of weeks visiting relatives and
friends at New Pine Creek.
A shoothfg gallery on the lot Im
hiliglug tn J. l'raukl, buck of the
1'rewery Saloon, affords much
amusement for crack shots.
Isaac Kccleston was iu town from
the ranch Saturday. Ilt says there
is so much wuterdown his way that
the ducks can hardly get around.
The Ahlstrom Bros, are run
ning their delivery wagon In the
northern part of the coputy now. I).
C. Schmlnck made n trip last week.
It U said that a half-gallon of coal
oil poured Into ft largo pond of stag
nant wntcr will destroy the mosqui
to iost. This is a cheap experiment
and should bo tried by unyone who
lives near ponds where mosquito
are bad. It might save big doctor
bills, and possibly lives ns mosqtiltos
breed nil kinds of fever.
I A IN
TiiK.xsrnv Piii'AUTMiovr, nmi u of
t oMi-i hoi i i ii or 'i n i:
WIII.KIvVMi-by satlsfactoiy evl
deuce presented to the undersigned,
It lias been made to upMar that
"The First National Hank of Pur
view," located In the city of Lake
view, In the County of Lake, and
State of Oregon, has compiled with
all the provisions of the Statutes of
the Culled States, n'ipilred to 1st
compiled with Is'fore an association
shall Ih nut horlted to commence the
business of Hanking;
NOW, Tlir.ltF.I Olti:. I, Thomas
P. Kane, Ivputy and Actlntr Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby
certify that "The 'li National
Hunk of Lakeview," hs'iitcd In the
City of Laket lew, In the County of
Lake, and state of t in'gou, N ant It
orled ty coiuiiieuce the lni-liir-H of
Paiiklug as proxldcd in Section
I'lfty ne lliimlo d ami .sixty. nine
of the rev sed Statutes of the Cnlted
IN TL'STLMUNY WHKItLOF wit
ness my hand and Seal of oltlee this
Sixth day of May, P.m.
skw.J T. P. Kam:,
iK'puty and Acting Comptroller of
the Curctiey. m-llt-J lt
Wlil-KLY WKATMIIR KIIPORT.
Itelow we give a report of the weather
as recorded by the (lovernment weather
bureau station at The F.kamiiicr Office.
This resirt is changed each week, and if
our readers wish to keep a yearly record
of weather condition for future refer
elit e, cut out the report along the black
tine and paste it in a scrap Issik one
week after another. This reord will bo
taken on Tuesday to end each week ami
Iwgin on Wednesday for the next week.
(ioverniiienl Weather lhircau Sta
tion at Lakeview, Oregon,
CO. Mktkku, Ls-al observer.
Week ending Tuesday, June 7, PJOl.
I'sy Jinln. tnsx errclp Lit'w j chr. rr
Ilsiioii Isll I ol day
iveil. ot 40 II. IN j mi cloudy
thur. ( t!!i .17 l " -,N, iki clear "
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Miiiiri'Mi "f its j 'o.'.'s "cloiiify""
moii. li'rpil j ii.ihi ini
tues. I 7:i j 4-1 I n Jsi oo clear "
Most Married Man in America.
Peter West of Pendleton, alio n
cently applleil for a pension, says he
has Is-cn married ten times and wum
divorced from eight of his wives, one
died and he Is still living with No. 10.
Ills statement was not Isdieved, but
records prove Mr. West to ls the
most married and divorced man In
the Ciilted States. Only IS days
elapsed at one time iM tween thedate
of his marriage to the next. Mr.
West has but four children. He
fought In the Seventh Iowa Cavalry.
The dates of his marriage and
PII.h Hubbard, married la Water
loo, la., divorced there in 1M!S.
Pel ll.a Melrs, married December 7,
1S(VS, In Independence, Iu.; divorced
In WftvoYly, la.. In 17:1.
Kin ma Dixon, married In Sacra
mento, Cai., Octols-r IS, 1875; .divorc
ed January is, ls7l, In Iowa City,
Elizabeth Pray, married July 4,
1870, In Wlniicmueen, Nov.; divorced
December 19, 181, at tho same place.
Trances Westfall, married August,
ISS2, at ltyo Patch, Nov.; divorced
June 10, 1S85, at Wlnnemticca Nov.
Mary Pendleton, married Novem
ber SI, 1SWI, Oakland, Cul.; divorced
December 1!, 18!M), at iteno, Nev.
Lucy V.. Johnson, married Decem
ber ill, 1VI, In lieno, Nev.; divorced
February PJ, 1MMS, at Pendleton, Or.
Hellnda II. JIanley, married Jul.yS,
1SU7, at Pendleton, Or.; died May 17,
lMts, at same place.
Laura F. Purget. married August
lSits, nt 1'endleton, Or.; divorced
April 4, 18!)0.
Paulino Miller, married October 25,
ls'j!), at Pendleton, Or.
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