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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1905)
A MATTER OF HEALTH
urn'lfH uf 'ljiirM and
All tin- l',sl
to lie Home c-ji ii 1 jii 1 1 1
uinnlii: tin- sheepmen about thelicw
& KlnK" I" ln,,H' P"l,ul"r
,,,1,1, LnU.-Oew. Pntro.iM are
,l,-HViuv..r.l.MJ tl... bent of treat-
Henry Willi wiui li Hwnt u few
,,, m town tl"'1 ll"t w,'''k- 1,0
m.vh tl- Whit worth Hhirp will lamb
l tK. luvvv rrtvk country.
At the tmTtii'tf of Trustees Monday
eVvii,KK-iMTiil vi.U'of thank wan ai
tonlid t I'"' ,,,r '"r"'"l""K niHf'w.
attliiMi-iinn "f tl"' l;i''l'"K
receiptor ,,roof "ven.,.er. Merrill former L.-.keview
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Lulu Mm- Milder-Johnson anil
Iiiiiiifili.-i t.-ly uioii
dentil of II'. T. Overton, the F.ip
uitiihl'' Lid' Assurance Society issued
llM-hirk for .""". I" M-". M-Ovt-rtoii.
a.i wiTk .1. I'r.iiiUI lioiuht st v-
(,r.u ,,( wool ill rn.lll IS to
wuii I!"' i-;-l" boiuht Were those
mIUiii. II. i: 1 ' y 1 'lit Ly im h - 1 1 1 I v
; ; -.. a--.. . . .i li.'l i- -niii ..(
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v, , I i vt !. Il I 1 on.-
girls, uri- to take prominent parts in
the May festivals in San I'm licisco.
Lulu Is on.- of the few selected losing
j The I " n ci mi. i ll passed aunfilh
jiltieeal i I s rcy ill .i r ini'i-1 iug Tuesday
e "iiin. n .i.i 1 1 ! Ilnu pi'' 'I" ft y mviicrs
to build - -w.-ilUs in fr' Hit of t hi ir
i-1 r i i I i.'i v u.; li
jit i h i I ,
; 1 1 1 1 1
e ! ir-
Your Spring and Summer Underwear and Cloth
ing do not fail to examine the extensive Lines we
are now showing IN
Ladies' Summer Waists
Ladies' Summer Underwear
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Mens' and Boys' Summer Hats
Children's Summer Hats
Ladies, Misses & Children's Sandals
and Oxford Ties of all kinds.
These are all NEW GOODS and strictly up to
date, and PRICES are Right
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'Jll.-I that I.i-
tin ! 1 1 1 : ' l i Ml. .1 . .1 ii--.
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w a- ill 1 ir. n S.i 1 1 1 c-r-l
ide. Mr. M .ir i
u i iiihl n over in
Kimiwi! ii ri ,ii i, I I hi week, lieliinu
In ilriir a I u toil i.f ea 1 1 le for Mr.
1 1 1 1
e ir ul. i v .
1 1-. i!n- , . i ii--.-1 ii Ii -I I re lay.
; h.el-.,l I..I-. ve, t he 1 .llles
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I feeil i vi r,v fMiuil. Kelr-ay
Ladies, if you neeil calling canl
you want the latest. You can :et
them at The Examiner olhce.
Mr. .1. A. Yates, of Altuias, wan
j that tie- hay . r- on the I'liewaiiean
i marsh uuiiM lie immense t his year.
The IJht niiu Sijirrel Smoker is ,-t
, j, ran. I Kiii-i-i
iiinl ml. I la. ool t o .1. 1 raiikl. Mr. I
t.y m h ili.l not -.. il at t In'
'i! tin- l.iiKe roil a - sheet
t line must
Klilii,, lllnl I. as
:nai!e a limit -'.mu !
has i'o eijlia I.
Si-neiJ I .1. 1. elialor. T.
lion. 1-. M. imk
I ha taller.
-la, I to report t ha i
We a I
ma" 1 la miin fsley , u ho has heeii qniti
ill or time, is very miieh im
h I . Ma in iii' Is con templa ill
l''ti villi; l.nl ii i. w In t he lii-iif f n I il re. j .,, , A ,., jn ,,-a 1 1 Ii anil was a Me to lie
Hi- li:m imt ,,.(-i.e, iiiiui a location, j t ,-,.,. , i-a te her 7n. anniversary
Mrs. hiei,im will visit her mot tier i . s t Mini. la . Mav 1. Sumlay t lit
i" V:i-liini on while Mr. .MauHiii" I ,.,:,r,., af '.cfi-.l a I her hotii-' ami
l"i'U fur n Mh'ahle lo.-ation. -tij v-l n tiii-t liirl Inlay party ami
A. 1'. K,,.,;,. , an i son ( . Ii.. wi n-; ilii r in IhT honor.
"w'f Ifiia the West i-iiie Muml.iy . j .al,evie" !s to i", its in ilsieia ll,
'''I" l"'st u a.-. Mr. K ouzel- liruii-ht j 1,,-iinl master ami s.-ei.e painter.
11 I'"' nf line apples to The K.n mi- j 'ruf. i i a ha m intemls to f-o to
lT ntli.-i- for thefoi-ee lollop their j s.lssoii, 'alii'., where he is ofl'eivil a
'I'" or- ami thevilhl. Thanks. Mr. j position lc-nlim; -a liaml at a salary
'""i-r. I -pi pet- m Mi I h
V. ( ooley of the J'loiieer saloon
lie savs i hi
.,- here last Thnrsilay. Mr. la ten m an
experieiiceil iirtesiau well ili-ier.
'lie has a im-u-hine, utnl is now lior
iinira well on the John l'.riles plaee
I at lavi.s Creek.
! We publish this week a notice, ley
! authority of the -ieueral html oflice,
1 chan-'iti the lionmlary line hetween
' the l.nkeview ami Iiurim himl ilin
i trii ts. The lines as ilel'meil lo not
cut off as much of this district an
was uiiiioiiticeil at lirst.
.liin McDonahl ami son Holla were
i down from Taisley a couple of days
; the 1,-utt r pari of last week. Hollu
'recently returned from Lelianon,
' where he has heen workin-; at the
iliarlni- Inisiness. They returned to
As a sipiirrel tiller it
A. S. 1 low ll, A -relit.
ReatlinK Room Opened.
The Kvading liuom was opened to the
public lat-t 'J hurt-day eveninir. The
crowd who attended this very auspici
ous occasion wan significant ol what the
)li-i' uf hunuc of llouiiilurieN of
The Itui-iiM anil l.akt-view l.und
Ilisii-iciH in I In-IStali' ol'Oreiioii.
Notice, is hereby -.dven that the Pres
ident of the United States, by Execu
tive order of March 29, 1905, has, pur
suant to the provisions of section 25'.i
general H-ntiments are. It is bey.-nd i 1 "'. nlt.fl
e i States, and hv virtue of the authority
doubt the greatest and grandest enter
prise ever consummated in Lakeview.
therein given, directed that the bound
ary lines of the Burin and Lakeview
land districts, in tlie State otureon. be
The Ladies of the board of Ttustees had changed and reestablished as follows,
prepared a plenteous supply of icecream ' described bourn aries shall con
K ' ' 11 ' I stituto the Burns land distri -t, and that
and take. After everyone had been j 8nCi) lands within said boundaries as are
heartily greeted they were invited to ! inclutleil within the Lakeview land
' fc ' ! district be detached tlierelrom and at-
partake of the refresliiiients. ' tached to and made a part of the Hums
The I'eadmn Room is a thoroughly ! I""'1 ;trict, and the archives, records.
land business pertaining t such lands
comfortable, well furnished room; at transferred from the land ollice at Lake
night it is brilliantly lighted, and every I view, Oregon, to the land otiiee at
6 . . . I Ihirns, Oregon :
uiie ho eiijuys an hour of ijuiet leading Beginning at a point where the town-
is invited to come and enjoy to the full j ?'!P between townships twelve and
jj thirteen south intersects the Snake
est extent, ail the papers and magazines, i Kiver, thence west along said township
... , . ... . , , c.. ! line to the northwest corner ot town-
llie dalles on hie are, ()i eguiilan, San i , . .... . . , .
. ; ship thirteen south, range twenty-four
l-'iaiicit-co l.xaniiner, Call and liulletine, eai-t; thence south along the range lirm
: Nevada Slate Journal. Oakland Tribune. ' l""een ranges twenty-three ami
twenty-tour east to the south went cor
, The weekly-sure, The Examiner, Herald wr of township thirty two south, range
I New Era, Lassen Advocate, liiebcr Ua- twentv-faur eimt ; thence east along tl.-
LirnilPliiii inn- urt n rrii iua iinuiim nm it-
Mr. F. 1). Wlllianisai rived here last ; urtu Yalley liecord, Central two and thirty-three south to the north
' 1'iiisley, came down from there
on hu way to Collate
tJruv... !.,.,. w wm vlMit lU
mi-fur ii month. Mr. Cooli-y will
viittliu I wIh &, Clurk Fair In June,
Hire n-ttirnin l- hum..
Mr. (irah.-im is a
Hdi.d musician and the town is loser
when he leavis. 'I'he family will ;
about, t he lath
.eseeio, in. v.. ".- .uui11 th ni-onle of Lake
view jeHterday. Awwshop Went HiiIhIi-
week from Sacra inento. Mr. '"- Oicgoinan, Saturday Evening Post, Sci
iams is a son of the late "I'licle Jim- j,,,.,,. Au.eiican, Leslies ll'eekly, Liter
my" NVilllaniH. and canm here t' uly J-jgest, Harpers ll'eekly, Youth's
look after home property left by de-; (.OUJ(Jdlli(Jlli Colliers, Judge. The
ceased. He ownn a ranch on Dry Monthly papers and Magazines, include,
creek and will either nell or leiiHe. j i.uvjew Gj Reviews, Munsey, Overland
J. JJ. iilair wan deputized lat Monthly Cosmopolitan, Everybody
Magazine, Leeiie. TliO la own Book,
Littli Folks, Ladies Home Journal, Ie-
. . - i week bv AMHeHHor VV. l'J. Wt'sl, aud
reuonmu tnai i
Sin vt he. who restsg;iieil irom
In uursuancu of said ExccutKc orJci.
the change of boundaries and the trans
fer of the archives, records, and business
nortuininir tn th IuiiiIh transferred, will
a pastorate in I'ortlaml a few, j remarked is the ""i?..1- .;..-,.-
t u (ill) Oil till' ' w - uivril llliunr my iiaim, nn ..ivj
iniiiitliH HtfDtii ' to Warner thin week. Mr. IJJ.ii ir Im pu-tence, in the evening oi hu many j H'ashington, HiHlrict of Columbia, this'
rnil-tuail. MU.l to puss ,, exam- y mu), at , lH1Kllll,rt avllltf ; lliys B,,d girls, wliicl, is in i.stdf, I U' im
luatlon for pro t ion in I be I.. .. ;, w M,tr. ' !.., ilnble. It the Reading ltoom i J. II' Fimim.k,
f failtiie to i!i - . i , . .i .... . .i... Actinir CominiHsiniier of the tleneral
lineator, McClures, LippincoU
east corner of township thirty-three
south, range twenty-eight east; thence
south along the range line between
ranges twenty eight and twenty nine
east to the south boundary of tho State
of Oregon; then -o east along said boun
dary line to the southeast corner of the
State of Oregon; thence north and
northerly akmg the east boundary of the
State of Oregon to the place oi begin
West Side Saturday to make nppli-
N Your blood is thin and im
pure, you arc miserable all ihe
Jjne.. It is pure, rich blood
"at invi-jorates, strengthens,
Wrestles. Vou certainly know
h'eil1!a!ici"e ,liat lries
neath to the home, the only
uiciiie tcstvd and tried for
, .itiocror snicuitine.
Hi!.,?' '"" 1 If. wlllioiit it,, iil.t. I.i Afi-- I
'"l-it.l. 14 "lM III.IAl H.llllll. Ill) lilt". II-
''''wii.-'VV'' .''i1'" ""' " ''""!."
1 "i.-i 1 1-H111...1 null. It ..ii iMiMiirh.
win.. In.i u MeWKi.i.. S.-wiiilt. N..I.
-ei-viee oil iiri-o'iiil
lin-.ih colors, li.-cotihl not lend-
1,,1-s so vvas not
... i .... la-- ii.mi.i.
He will ! eat ion i or iniui i'i"i
i . . i f.. I ot).. tu vi.t'i' i.f 1 1 nstn h.
. .-. Ul ' I . .Ill, llllOl' "'J " -
. . 1 .,.1 in M M I I .
cii ii-lev I.iltlecame over from the! bucieeds in depi tving the hireets of the
younger element, il has well lepuid
(Hinlilied for a Inakeman.
l"-',"l',-v-,,l,iUl'""" ' I .i ,h.o,-oectlj oftlmDrewH Silver Lake Organic.
The Ori-oiilau of April contaiiiH j iouljt.y wltll ,riKUtion. He nayHlie j The titizeim of Silver l,uke met in
a ntitNlliiK fillmrlnl on t he coudi-, . HtUMJ(- ta, 11Uit.tlne- at the Tulon j the achool Iioiihu on last .Saturday
t Ions In Eastern Oregon in retf-inl to , St.j()() hoUHe toni-iht, which meet- j ami ornanizeil a, Development
range trouble. There Is a gool l-al ; ( (() orj,ali!S). ati anrtoclatlou j Jeanne for Norlherii Luke county,
of truth and sound wnse in the edl-1 wllU.r ,,M,.,.H. 'The limine wuh called to order by L.
torlal. I.iit we fearthatMr. ,",t''' , ukl. and R. K. Funk, t wo : X. Kelsay who wiwcho.-ieii teuipor
,.,.,.,., chastisement was lust .-. et (anml.H wt.lv towu lvry Chalnuai. of the niee.lt.ii- and F.
l,y faNe rumor-, wl.i. h 1 ,.luI,nv. They Mlil the hey ' M. ("hi'lsmaii wan elected Secretary.
'" J"""- " ' , WILH fully u month ahead oi the ! It was moved and xecomled that t he
.... ei. In ,e. linn t 11. "
nut as II "III
a tor termed it
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
crop at this time last year, ami the -name of the orjruiiUatloii hall be
Indications were favorable for an , known as the Aort iiern i.aKe 1 oiiiny
abundant harvest. They say, too, ! Development league, which is to
that the fruit crop down the val-! WOrk In harmony with the County
ley will be Immense Ifnothlnji' hap- dilution. i. li. W'anUell wanjfroiit windows of Ihe ollici- anil
riore Active than a Simplex.
The AlturiiH New Km has lusUilleif1
a Simplex typesetter, which la a
'dandy,' ami devote 3 columns to
U'lllnjf iiliout Ha typeaetter. 'JTio
Ja'a typem-ttfr only etn type, and
i-eiiuirea 1111 oMratiir anil electric
motor to make It do that. The Uer
ord linn 11 typewtter that inovea ol
itM own volition, chewH ana mnokea
tobacco, Ilea about the paper'-i rircti
hi Hon, handleH profanity with ar
tistic skill, niHtlcH gruli, Kiiwa wood,
pumps water, b weep out the ollice,
can almost ilanie Ihe two step and
has actually t lireuteneil to wiiali tlu
pens toil. Only one or two early lM.nilaueut Chairman aiid I'. I we've never said it blessed mini
vuri.-tie-i, hiii-h u early cherr.es and , ,,,., secret arc.- about our ivwwtn-r.-iV.lnrv.IUi
tniricoU, wire dauiaetl by tin' cold
itxnn... ,w m iiumhwifii,-
spell Home time u-;o
S. I.. Oreoiilaiu
in-' of Ayvr'tt I-11 s -;h-m
V iid tl,o 6rF.;;:tf '1K'