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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1904)
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C. I. Nf'iWhUM rt'tllllKMl lHt Week
J from mi i-tetnlul trljil In Nevndunwl
I J)iivo f:ll(ir rj.ui In Jrnin IiIh hee
I iHtiiii i'l Iwittj- irfcrtew Hint of the
lifter mipplics,' and returiinl
Wlmt'M ilio mho f nolntf to the
troiii'M ai'Ki'ni"K P u v;nrinmin
dinner when youVvnii go to the
Hotel and got It airtVdy nerved?
florwH to hay 25 centH, frraln 25
CtilltH fitT hf'H'l, UlrtO tlH'ttlM 25 C(!Ut8
nt the South Livery Stabl.
Diiookh & McIU.niki., Proprietor.
1). I. Brown, Hvcrvtary of the War
nor Vnlley Llvetoek Co., writes The
Examiner that he and family will
kjh'ii il a few month In Berkeley,
California. . ,
Dick Wilcox wont to JoHeph Cm-k
Monday to nee hit ulnter, Mre. John
l'i'iiliiiid, wlio In Hick. Mm, IVnland
wiim letter und Dick returned home
lon't forget to write your nuaie
and the character you reprenent on
a card und hand it to thcdoorkeejier
oh you puHM into the dunce hall next
V, S. Inefiel, who Ih here from
Palnley for niedlcul treatment, under
went a Herlou ofterathm hiHt Hutur
tiny at the handH of Dr. Hull. He
Ih ki'UIiik ulong nicely.
ttol) Mllh-r and Iioli Farmer, two
of the J J ImecaroiM, were over to
Chiiium I'ralrle litxt week to move
wmie cuttle to Warner. They made
I.ukevlew a friendly vinlt.
Wouldn't It be a wine move for
our people who have no Umber land
t;i xeeiire a ile u? Ail know what a
riJNli tli4-re Iiuh Imm'ii for all the vacant
tlmlier land In the country.
loe AiuliroHe watt hU'JiIiik 1iIj;1i In
town hiHt Saturday. The cuime wuh
apiiareut when it wiwi learned that
lie hit d become the father of a new
Mb boy on Friday Dee. l(ith.
I leining the merchant wax up
from Fine Creek JaHt (Saturday aud
remained here over Sunday. Mr,
Fleming HayH JJlue Creek Ih proeper
Ing, eoiiHlderlng the mouhou of year.
We uuderHtaud that L 1. SeMlonB
liml week Mold UK) liead of prime
ChrlHtmau beef delivered at Amedee
at a good figure. uIho George Mupes
Mold 200 head the huiuo time. -Cedar-vllle
Nliorlff Elmer JKhlnehart and wife
of Lakevrew came down bwt week
to be at tiie bedwldo of C. Peters, Mrs.
lihlneliarta f.tli..r. - Tlmlr old trlonild
are glad to hoo them again. (Judar
T. 11. Metakor and Wm. Stlmpflg
Htarted for Modoc couuty Tuesday
on a vlelt to the several to wuh of the
county. They will vlnlt Altunw,
Cedarvllle, Lake City aud lUdwell.
and will bo ubitent a mouth.
The Modoc Republican reports
several email buucheM of beef cattle
for ale in SuprUe valley. Dan Bon-
ner of Cedarville hiw 80 licad, a nolgh.
bor of IiIh 1ms 20, Win. Mullina haH
00, and D. Koyco lata 20.
MIhh SandH, one of the teachera In
the Lakevlcw school was quite nick
f'r a few dny luMt week, aud was
(hiiupollod to remalu away from her
IiiUch In the Mchool loom, however,
Vy V'iH able now to resume.
The horse market In looking up,
any the , Modoc Jtepubllean, wince
Venning & Uhmbel noli! 15 head of
lioi neH for .fliKiO, and Ward & Smith
of liuffulo Meadowu sola a baud of
unbroken borne for ffiu per head.
Jeff purriHU, foremuu of Mu,p
Warner Valley riuieh, arrived here
htMt Monday on bin way home. He
Wm burnt 'tiLLSna: a vacatlou duiuiff
-r . ....
inn iHtHt, few weukH. ana viaitea nu i
fine i -rletxlH and relative in the
of the Htate.Cedar-
1. .t. cJ.Mi.f Twikc Cilv tind 1i1m(
WUH, U". S. .1 f.M ,1 1M Willi im. ,...i. !
In Warner valley, were in Laveview
lnt week on land bimiueHH.
Ivan, lliinnierwley of Fine Creek
pawned through I-akevlew last week
reliirnirig from Kin ninth county,
wliei-e he went to mm about
S. Oallaghnr has arranged for a
roiiHlng good time at Fine Creek on
Dec. .'10th, when he will give a grand
Man(iietde Hall. Everybody In
vited. We publlKh a communication
from Dick KlngHley on the 0th page
ofthlHlHHue. Mr. KlngHley went to
Chleo Home weeks ago to work
through the winter.
Ode Pratt commenced feeding his
cattle on the Fratt ranch last week.
He Hnya they hnve plenty of bay and
good pant u re and they Intend to
keep their cattle fat. .
W. A. Currier came down from
Palnley Tuesday on land business.
He was accompanied by M. C. Cur
rier and Warren Marstersaa witness
es. "Uud says the most startl nir
thing tnat has happened at Falsley
recently was the death of The Post.
S. Gallagher, of Pine Creek wishes
to announce that lie will give a
Mask Ball in the Gallagher hall at
Pine Creek on the night of December
iiOth. Dancers of Lake view aud
vicinity, are cordially invited to at
tend. A good time is assured.
Jim Dodson returned last Satur
day from San Frunclsco, where he
went with a band of beef cattle. Pie
came Itack iiy way or For Maud.
Jim siiys the lleaches aud Mrs. Dod
son are enjoying the . winter In Ore
gon's metropolis, among the roses.
We are in receipt of a program ofa
piny produced in San Francisco last
week, lu which Miss Kitten Flue, a
Lake county girl, took a promlneut
part and received the applause of the
large audience aud flowers galove
were thrown at her feet ou the stage.
Miss KIHe Klueliurt came over from
Cedarville with her uncle, E. E.
Klnehart, and is visiting with her
relatives here, Mrs. E. M. JJrattaiii,
Mrs! llawkits and Mr. Klnehart's
family. Harry Klnehart aud wife
are also visiting lu Lakevlew torn
A large crowd of jolly young peo
ple went out ou the plough near
Andy Haiumrrsley's house Mouday
nlgut to skate. The night was clear
and the moon shone bright, and the
Ice was, said to be fairly good. A
glorious time was had.
Strayed or Stolen. Heavy-set,
black mare, branded LP counected
ou left shoulder, J2 on right stifle.
A suitable reward will be paid for
return or information as to where
abouts of said mare. '
50-tf A. D. Ghkkn.
W. A. Currier, couuty cpinmlsslou
er who has been to ids farm lu Cal
ifornia, returned, arriving here on
Thursday of last week. He went to
his Summer Lake stock ranch Satur
day. Mr. Currier may take another
bunch of horses to California this
You can hardly find a bom?
without its Oyer's Cherry
Pectoral. , I'jrt nis Y now wfcur
it does cliMdrsa: brc:;!:s
.;' ir r
!' t h
J. til. -
f.'.p rcold in 8 single ment,
1 v.frdsotf bronchitis, prevents
I pneumonia. Physicians ad-
v i parents to seep h u
1 lift' Dimi fruii.i miw.. ' . . .
, u. .ilium oo.ilil i.i-llily li I'oH
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IAS HQ SUBSTITUTE
The Bauers vs. Bull Case. .
Frank D. Bauers, appellant, vs.
John Bull, respontent, from Lake
County; H. L. Benson Judge, revers
ed; opinion by Chief Justice Moore.
This was a suit to enjoin inter
ference with the flow of water in a
nonnavigable stream known as Hot
Springs Creek, In Lake County. The
defense was that Bull and bis pre
decessors have used the water in
question for more than ten years for
irrigation purposes, openly and ad
versely. The lower court found for
defendant, but upon a review of the
testimony the Supreme Court con
cludes that the dlth now sought to
be used was a drainage ditch and
was not used for irrigation until
1001, and hence the defendant has ac
quired no right by adverse uses.
"As plaintiff and defendant are
riparian proprietors ou this stream,
aud each is entitled to an equitabfl
share of the water thereof, we think
defendant has failed to establish a
right to maintain the ditch, even to
drain his baylnnd, when by doing so
the water diverted thereby would de
prive plaintiff of Its reasonable use."
Land Scrip for Sale. '
Forest lleserve Scrip for securing
title to timbered or agricultural
bind for sale at lowest market prices.
H. M. Hamilton, The TortJand, Port
land, Oregon. ' .4G-5
Petition for Liquor License.
We, the undersigned legal voters re
siding in CoiiHvvell Creek Precinct, Lake
County, State of Oregon, respectfully
petition the Hon. County Court of Lake
county, State of Oregon, to grant a
License to Geo. H. Stevens to sell Spirit
uous, Malt and Vinous Liquors in less
quantities than one ahon in, Cogswell
Creek Prei-inct, Lake county, Oregon,
for the period of 12 months, and your
petitioners will ever pray
M E Musgrave
L Whetstone ,
J II Lehman
O E Charlton
E 8 Ede
C C t'ratt
A I Coonse
W M Lanib
15 F Hackney
C li lJendleton
J W Gilbiii8
VV 8 Vincent
A 8 Down
J VV Converee
C L Converse
L C Emerson
E O Pratt
F P Lane
A K (,'on verse
C C Loff tu
Notice ia hereby siven that the under-
BiKiied, Geo. H. fttevens will apply to
the County Court of Lake County, Ore
(ton, i-u the 6th day of January, 11)05,
lor a license to sell (spirituous, malt and
vinous liquors in lese quantities than
one gallon in CoKtjawell Creek Precinct,
Luke county, Oregon, for a period of 12
uioulhs from Januaiy 5, lH)b.
GkO. II. TKVKNB.
Dated Doc. 81 h, I04. , 4U i
Bean th ) 1 W Kiwi VoU liiHO Alrtflffi B0Uht
takeview Cigar Factory
A., Htohkman, Prj).
.OOUNTKY OKUKH8 BOl.lOITBP
Give una trial. Htore in the. brick
huildinji uext door to Post A King sa
loon, Lt"Viw, Oregon,
k Spring i$ Come and Gone
and wc are under renewed obligations to
our many sriends for their liberal patron
age. We have in stoek and expect to keep
constantly on hand, a complete stock of
Hardware, Wagons, Buggies and Farm
Implements of all kindsf, and hope by
dealing to merit a continuance of your
ERECTED IN" 1900 ' J?1
F P LIGHT
GEO HARROW LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
BEALUS DRUG STORE WM
LEE BEALL, Proprietor
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
NotionB, Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
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": r ' ELI, Proprietor. , '
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. Haying purchased the Palace Restaurant. I intend
: to guarantee the best of satisfaction.
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