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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1904)
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8, v. Rehart will start to St. Louie
il(liiy to ttio World's Fiilr.
Kent Smith rrturnwl Tuesday from
;,tgli'vlll'. He la packing IiIh lio-
mglnH to return then-.
jilrH. Aiiol tn Rhorkk-k wns down
ruin I'nlslcy first of the wwk, jic
oinpinilt'd ty her daughter llessle.
Iicy returned Iioiims Monday.
Wo understand Attorney Dal-
rynipltt cxpwrta to remove to tlic
iogue Ulver valley In the near fu
iin where he will practlit' law.
0. Hi'lilaK"! started- for the rall-
tmul yesterday w ith VV.I. Harvey
tinl family who are trolni; East, and
f. rritii k I who Ih golnt to San Fran-
'Mrs. Itosa McDanlel'sas in town
fuomiay from Camas l'ralrle, where
Lite Iiiih recently erected a feed ltarn
inn litr homestead and Is now jre
mr'il to keep the travel.
I C. K. Campbell and wifecaniedown
rfim I'alMley Monday and spent, n
roiipl' of days visiting Irlend In
Ukevlew. Charley expects to take
hi sheep on the desert this winter.
I J. N. Watson haa his new resi
lience nearly completed. Hou't
L..ih . t'lw.wk la nnv 4rtirw irt fLIMA fi t.
inched to this fact, further than he
tn relieved of the strenuous duty of
iiverwH'liiK the construction work.
Mrs. and Miss Hchmldt of Clover
Hut were Id town yesterduy. Miss
Schmidt tins accepted a position as
vnltress at Hotel Lakevlew. Miss
Doiinell will stay with her sister. Mrs.
lli)j,rh WlUell arrived here Katur
Iny from Tonopah, where he went
in look for a location. Ills wile Is
ut th" home of her parents, Jack
Huiiiptou at Hunimer Lake. They
will return to Touopah soon.
Juilj;e Ilensou and court reporter
S. M. Calkins departed for Klamat h
KuIIh Tuesday. Mr. Calklus will re
turn to his home ut Ashland. 'Clr
riilt court convenes at Klamath
KuIIh lu about three weeks.
Wm. Harvey aud family arrived
here from their Hummer Lake farm
Stinihiy. They will remain lu Lake
rlHv until about the first of next
month, when they will go to San
Krmii:lw:o for a few mouths.
It Is announced that the famous
Itttul fraud casus against H. o. Mc
Kluley et al, would Is? tried, one in
the circuit court JVor. 21, aud two
others in the district court Nov. 2t,
and Dec. 6, at Portland.
.Mt . 1
oivon MiiuOn oxes sow wa bow
S00 RAMBOUILLET AND DELAINE
Will be in Lakeview till about October 20.
With 21 years of constant and thorough breeding from the best,
Flocks In the United States. v We fan say we haVe f he model sheep
of the day for Wool and Mutton. These Rams are range bred, good
lie, biocky body, good bone, well covered with density and oil suffl
clent to give It weight and life. LAFOLLETT & COLLINS.
Now In the Reld Pasture In Lakevlew ,.. ,
J. A. Anthony starts in the first of
next month to furnish lights on the
City election comes of next Tues
day. Four councllmen and a Town
Kecordcr and Treasurer will lie elect
ed. No slate has lieen made up yet,
but some of the old board will prol
ably be urged lo run.
The Klamath papers report a fatal
accident at the Klamath Canal Co's.
tunnel No. .1, on last Saturday a
week ago. J. II. W hi taker, a miner,
fell to the bottom of the tunnela
distance of ft) feet and died of tils In
juries a few minutes later.
It. C. Foster left for his Summer
Lake stock ranch Sunday, after be
ing excused Trom further Jury, duty
on Saturday. Ralph said he had to
hurry home as he had left his son in
charge of ranch affairs and lu: was
pretty young yet to assume such
arduous responsibility. '
Horn, In Ijikejiew, Ore., Sunday,
Oct. 2:1, 11)04, to the w ife , of 12. C.
Ahlstrom, a daughter. The mother
and child are getting along nicely,
and Elinor wears a smile so broad
that lie has to go through the front
gate sideways to keep from hanging
on the gate posts.
K. Itobnett's team took a little
spin through town ast Saturday i
without a driver. He left them in j
front cl the Hernard store and ihey
Ix-came frightened and started run-1
nlug and kicking down the street I
toward Headman. No serious dam-
age was done. j
Willie Boyd, whom we meutioned I
last week as having accepted a posl-
tlon lu a wholesale drug bouse lu I
Kan Francisco, left here Tuesday j
morning for that place.. Will is aj
very bright young man and quite j
popular In Lakeview.' It is to be(
hoped he will climb to the top of the
ladder, as lie lias made a good star . :
To Author of Famous Hymn. j
A brans tablet has been placed in the
chancel of Farriliam Parish church to ;
the memory of Rev. Augustus Mon- !
tnjiu Tonlady. author of the hj n:n. "Rock j
uf Agfa." who ei a native of the town, j
The Inwr.ptlcn Fiann that Vv. Au-
gtiBtua M. l oplaily was bom Novtn her j
4, 1740, il;d In Loudon August 11, 1778. 1
and wan burled In Tottenham Court
chapel. London. August 17, 1778. Top
lady, who was a strong dclei cir of Cal
vinism, a prtat controversleliBt ard au
thor of many poems on sacrrd subjects,
was atone time vicar of Broad Hemuury,
in Devonshire, and in 1775 preached In
a chapel near Leicester Fields, London.
London Express. . ,
Railways In' High Latitudes.
The moat northern railway In the
world is the line from Navlk, In Nor
way, across Lapland, connecting the
Baltic with the Atlantic and giving ac
cess to valuable ore deposits. , It
reaches latitude t8 degrees 27 minutes,
and thus lies within the A rctic circle.
The White Ps.es railroad In Alaska
reaches a latitude of 60 degrees.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
live Bromo Quinine TaMets.
t.. -xTii tiomnrnrfl.
the Allen & lfollet Breeding Farm
A HATTER OF HEALTH
IIAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Will Deliver Nov. First
Mkkkohd, OifK., Oct. 20, 1904.
11. D. Maplesden, agent for the Ore
gon Nursery Co., of Salem, Oregon,
wishes to announce to the citizens of
Lake county and vicinity that he
will make his annual delivery of nur
sery stock at Lakevlew 011 Tuesday,
November first. All who have or
dered nursery stock of Mr. Maplesden
are requested to meet him promptly
011 that day, as he lias other points
of delivery. All who are interested
iu trees or plants are invited to visit
our delivery grounds near the shoe
store. I will be theie ralu or shine;
don't forget the date. A valuable
premium will by gtven to all who are
on hand the day of delivery. All
stock left on the delivery ground af
ter the first day of delivery Is at the
risk of the party who gave the order.
4:J-tf It. IX Maim.khokn.
Kotlre mt Appointment,
To Whom It May Coxckrk: Notice
it! hereby given, that, by an order of the
Hon. county court of Oregon, for thi
county of Luke, duly made and entered
therein on the firut day of October, 1904,
the-undersigned wan duly appointed as
aduiiniatrator ol the eetate of Timothy
Breen, deceased.' All personp having
claimaapaincl the estate of said deceased
are hereby required to present them du
ly verified, with the proper vouchers,
w ithin six months from the date of this
notice, to the undersigned administrator,
at the Law Office of L. F. Conn, in the
town of Lakeview, LakeCounty, Oregon.
Puted this 13lh day of October, 1904.
Administrator of the Estate of
Timothy Breen, Deceased. 45
Poat &. King have the beat line of 'ci
gar in Lakeview. Their liquors ar
pure and wholueome, and their place is
conducted on the most modern plan 28
1M ivina Toy mw Always twugm
tfnrtrt vox c
Spring jls Come and
strict attention to business, and square
dealing to merit a continuance of your
ERECTED IN 1900
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
TT7 ATT fO TVTiT tr C"TiTT7 aS3i
LEE BEALL. Proprietor "5
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet .Articles, Fancy
Notions, Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
9 it is?np nciLiE?n nnnn c ad.
D I vSin A I I THRTI MP
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES !
J-i!L Bailey S: Massingill II
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he Palace Kestaurant
Now Under Nfw Manaijcment..,..
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Having purchased. the T'alaoe Kestaurant. I intend t
I to guarantee the best of satisfaction. fo
and we arc under renewed obligations to ah
our many sriends for their liberal patron-
age. Ve have in stock and expect to keep i
constantly on hand, a complete stock of
Hardware, Wagons, Buggies and Farm 7
Implements of all kinds, and hope by 2
J. E. Bernard & Son, j
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inspector mawo stock op
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