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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1905)
Iliiilc.v V Miissliiglll keep t lie "t
!cv. Snyder '""'"y ,"IV' "'
toAHl,HMlon a short visit.
(.'stniH for McCoriiilck Mowers ami
II C. Norton, the mining inari.
Wan n from Willow Ranch yester-
OoimI I"''1 room wt complete, and
otl.r household furniture for wile,
.hull. It. ' Maxkinh.
TV I.iikcvlcw Mercantile Co. are
m.,nn'l to make closer prices than
anymore In town all kinds of
The UghtnliigHiiulrrol Smoker lu
growl success. Ah a squirrel killer It
haniMMMiual. A. B. lown, Agent.
(HlL'iit'il) J. ! Venator. T. R. Ver
non. K. M. Duke, S. R.
I inn now ready to receive sheep
t niv corrals In Tallin I'ralrie, for
nhwirliig. All sheepmen who wish
to Hhefir tliere can make Mill t.n ttlt nr
mlllP'llientH. MltS. It OK A MllAMKI.H.
K. A. MclninlelH and J. !. Rordeii,
of rnrllnml. representing the Even
ing Telegram, arrived In Lakeview
Ytntenhiy on tneir loo day lour of
KiiHtcrn Oregon. They are gather
ing null ter for a write-up of this
purl nf the state.
WAXTKD-MY OIIICaOO MAM'
FAdTUINii I Inline, imtmiiii of triiet
wortliincs mill f omen hill familiar w it h
loCIII territory IIH llH-ir.'HIlt brand othee.
balury $1' paid weekly. Permanent
poMMiin. .No in ve' meat teipiired.
luMiM.eH(ahlislicd. PrevioiiH exper
ience nut essential t eat! iti'il.'. Ad-dre-8.
Milliliter I'.rai.ehcH, liJ.'l Ileiirborn
tVA.VIT.I); Women to represent
iik in their home and adjoining coun
tii'h to distribute samples and udver-
tiw em goods. Salary ?.l per week
mill expenses, gunrtitecd. Expenses
llilviiiuvd. Experience unnecessary.
AiIiIivi-k. with stamp, stating age,
Kei'vv Co., AUt Dearborn Si. .Chicago,
111. D. -1-1
Wt in lil yt hi tiecept a possition Hint
will pay you a straight Hillary of
J.l.'itl per dn.v C'l(M) per week) for
whole ur Hpnre l iiueV If ho write u
111 in. re. This is 11) iionU envassii g
wlieine. Inn a straight forward busi
lies, proposition, which will he an
I't'l'iiiiint'iil iim you limy lie able to
liinke it, and will afford excellent
I'linimr fur pi'oiui l Ion, No lioud,
ml tape in r 1 1 1 i . : 1 1 1 reipiire
Hl"lllH. Act llliekl,V as Mi' wish lo
employ Miine one in your lucidity
without tlfla.v. Sprague WIioIckhIc
' . Wnlmsl. Ave., Chicago. ?' III
Another hi pptif r Flood.
lieppiicr wit.: vi-llt'd again on the
I'Mli n w ii h ii'iul her cloud
I. N i i la in.. :: was ioii' 1 1 the
M liil! four . s Wive lost ,. en
mi - n ..ie, v l Il li d w
""' ' I ""I. A v ii, ie,i and ' Ii i Id ..I
""" ' .sii l.v iiti I I w .1 childre.l m' : 1 1
i -ii ii iv . ' i x neil.
1 ". i ,, die fit .c ii nd priri.riy
" i" ien.rie,l. and licppucr peopiC
v'" l'i'.ioiiied lo the Mllierings of
Why is it that Ayer's Hair
Vigor docs so many remark
able things? Hecause it is a
hair frvrtH I. f.,,l .l.t. I.,ir
. uuu 11 ICtUS lOVy IIUII) B
Puts new life into it. Tliehair K
cannot keep from growing.
Vd PJadually all the dark,
'ch color of early life conies
back to gray htir.
I i.i. 1 1 N"1 Avit' llnlr VI Ji.r tnv
'II l. lll.MMl U l . . , r..
. ..' 1 "nil ii h llii.-l; ii. I n.nlil '
1,1 l i.urKi:M ri I. . 'i iim "'I'
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
S. and W. (ioodn of all klnilH at
Lakevicvv Mercantile Co.
Card of Thanks
We take HiIh way of extendiiiK our
heartfelt tliMiikH to the kind people
of Warner and 1't. I'.idvvell whorend
ered iim kind hnmIh(mii('c diiriiiK the
IIIiicks ii ii :) liurial of our lit t ie daugh
ter, Ole In Stoiimliaiiu'li. j
Mil. & Mim. i ico. STor.Mn.vron.
thousands of Sheep (jo to East. !
"What promirteH to lie llie liieMt i
SprillU' llloveineiit of sheep to till!!
Knst in tiie history of the stock lillsi
iichh In the stale is now coiuincucin
in I'.astern OrejiiMi," said t'. .1. MilliH, !
livestock au'ent of the (. K. N. !
'prolialily :i."ill,(MU sh.-ep or hotter, i
will lie sent a way from the Oregon;
Most of Ihcslieep will he dit irliut- '
ed ovi r the raiip' of Montana,
Wyouiliig and Cohirndo, where theyj
will he f.d duriiifi t lie Suiuincr and,
later taken lo the feeding lots w here j
they will he falteiitd on grain and
llcliiaud is good in the East for
sheep, and. in fact, Oregon mutton
always coiniuaiiilH a ready sale.
ITict'H ail- liiRh. ovviun to the good
diMiiiiud. and vvoul pi'iivH are alwo j
jHuarin. ireuii nniw are iki-iimi-
ili Hlocked in the limit. '"'"1 tlt
i kiii iIiih f t he lh (em must lie lin b- ,
led of. Movement of orennn cuttle
I f) the l-'.aKt "I" I'folliUert I" oe
licnv.v thii Spr'um. relejilMin.
Tourth of July Program.
he following proKi-.i in w ill he
rendered on the I'onrlh "f .lul.v. t
1,,'il.evievv, llil'ler Hie nu.-l'iees of the'
I'r.iterinil Order of KiuL". Kim It nek
!l a. in. Morniiu S.i'nte. 1'iilviot
ic si led Ion hv H inil.
.. ,.!;, nidi' foi-nif at Conn
I IIoim.'. niii.l n;i of KiMl.-ni.i! ir-an-!
l.,il:olis, l-i ill H'lilll.S Clou i re re-
sent in- Hie d.'ereul Con. nere'i.d
' lloii.-es. I'.l.-yeli' seel'M.'i. ele. ele.
j ;:, .,. , .- :m:r:h of .Inly i".ei-isi s
!.,, , i.i, i I ilollM. ..il--lv- l'lvnlenl
,., , , c ... i; I-; I,. Steiner;
I oi n;iv .Ifile C I1- 1
(,,,, ur o, il.i.v iloli. liel.r.V I., i'.ensoil,
, Kin ma 111 Call. !"'"' K'1'1 1 .
.,,, ( ,nis. Air.Hi;emel,t of inusie
linnoiu-ed lilt ter.
J i. in. TilJA' f u hix
l.ovs under la ensh prize :um. Tiitf
! I..,. 1",
t rtr leams ot MX :
L.Uprieian. Coot raref .H,o.v . '
!,,.- l.Ioek, l:,.vear.pri.el.""- Foot
fl,r KlrlH. one l.loek, 12 .ve..r
prl.el.'0. Siu-k rniv U
,1,.,-LMI, one l.loek prize 1 ' '
Kl.d nine free lor nil w .""
S.,uavv raeedUtHi.ee one l.loek pn.e
100. Throwing Hase Kali five for
all prio f-'-. 5 ' -V,'H- 'r
l,ov8 and girl-. ''" uUuut l
, liard Lolled Kgg n'l
Hpoou prize 1.00. r.le.vele race fo.
Hoy-12 Hl"'k" l"-1-,! -w- ' '
rUKO free for
Wheelliarrovv mee free for dl 1 1.1"
..!. ( 00. I'at ian race 22a and
l.rlw -r'' 1,,,n' ,,l''e
M1XH1 Mock P"1'--"-- 00- , .
7l, ....-Ci.c.iH I'arade.i.nd i.ovel-
I it h a cepie
, lleauliftiland Expensive
s.:ti p in.
Op. m-Craad Hull.
ioe uuiinetn i
MOWERS! MOWERS! !
RAKES! ! !
There are mowers and more
mowers, but no mower will
mowc more than the McCor
mick mower. For sale by the
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
i TV fira a Cold in Org Dnv
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. g
( m;ii:.-i fcoves aotd in na&t 12 months. This sfv?rnatnrc. -
Seven MHUon boxes sold in past 12
A Lively Runaway.
T. J. Magllton started iu to move
the household of The Examiner man
hint Saturday, and two or three
loudH bad been moved. The next
load wiih beinj; loaded on the wagon
when one of a crowd of neven or
eijjht small l.oyH, w ho were enjoying
the rides buck uud forth, turned the
water on at the l.ydron in the Ahl
Btroin lot, and the Javvn sprinkler
scared the team. They started to
run and no one was close enough to
catch them before they got under
head way. They ran down thestreet
to Mr. Magilton's stable, but were
too badly frightened to stop, and i
turned ti e corner and ran south, up
setting the wagon and leaving the
rear end of it by the barn. With the
front wheels the horses ran south to
the end of the street, where they
crashed through the fence of thelteid
meadow. The fence had some barb
vv ire on il, and the horses jiol tangl
ed in the wire and one of them fell
and could nl get up until it was
helped up. llolh liori.es revived j-ev-eial
cuts, and one of then, was cut
on the front leg. severing all the
llesh.v part of Hie leg. The wagon
was not damaged oiiiii.i iu.i.i u
Library and Reading Room Notes. ;
(Jnite a number of cards have been :
sold during, the past week "Senator ,
.North" l'.v Uertrude Atlterton Is
recontmended as au interesting, j
story of fiction Two good vol-1
uiuns, "Bugle Calls", and "The Sue-1
cessefnl Man of Uusiness, have been,
kindly donated by the Author' Hen- j
jaiilm Wood. These (looks are inter j
esling and should be read by every
The letter to Canlegel has
written, (July signed and sent.
we must await results.
Mrs. lUnehart, the President of
the H. it.and E. A. has been ill dur
ing the past week. Mrs. Chandler
and Mrs. Hesy bird are iu the coun
try, so no meeting was held Mon
A Lucky Throw.
Phil Lynch, the sheepman, came to
town first of the week to sell his
mutton, lie was soon singled out
If 3-ou want a bargain in Mowers and Rakes call on
the Lakeview Mercantile Co., where you will get the
best machinery for the least monej7 the3' sell the McCormick.
months. ThlS Signature,
by Mr. Dalton, buying for Califor-
nia, and the two meu figured with
each other all day Monday on the
transfer of 23U0 2 and 3-year-old
wethers. Night found them apart
on the price iu a sum amounting on
the lot to several hundred dollars.
Tuesday morning they agreed up -
on a scheme to bring the trade to a
close. They were to tosu a half-dol-
lar, and the throw was to decide
whether Lyuch would
the buyer's price or whether he
would receive his own price. Mr.
Dalton tose 1 the coin and Mr.
Lvnch said "heads," and heads it
was. Then they agreed to never tell
what they had done, and how
Examiner got this item we
never t. '11.
' 5ptit"ial Round Trip Tour Tickets
via Southern Pacific.
Awur.vr I.r.wis axii t ' i.auk J aih
K .' 1 1; $''.).
1 Ti'-kete limiied to liO d;iys in make
: run nd trip vvi.l be suit! at all slalion.i in
I Nevada, Ji.ne olid.; yniiil (.'ning via
I S.i. rainen In ami ivturiiiiiH v ia Sail
l.iLe t'nv, in vice verse. A-k yuur
Agent fur parlieiilars or write to,
A. 11. lilSINli,
4,.t... 1 1. ." .V; '. A , .S'n. l'a-.. ltenu.
, Hiul Receiver ut Lukevievv, Oiegun, on
.( dav of .li.lv, I'KIa viz: liavumnd
Adverdied Lelter Lint. . llillanl lid. No. a.ill) for thn N1
1'olloivliiK is a list of k'Ui-m n-iimlntng , N and N NWi Sen 22 Tp ;t!) S., Ii
i liiinuii in tliu I.Hki vifW l'ust Ortiie. In calling ; j.; (' y 1I0 hhiiius llui I'olloWinu
for tlii'iii say "uilvtrtisud," ami give dale ot wilnesseH lo prove bin continuous rer-i-ihis
nuiiii-: 'deuce npmi and cultivation of said land,
Mr 11 A Milimtiil 1. 1 I.iinn viz : W.l. Tiacv, M. i. Anderson.
Mr w a sirvuicr Mr Wiilium Juming r0 anil 1'red Tatro, all of Lake-
oif i.i..i'ti Mr II A Mcbauiul . view, Oregon.
dick J. wii.cn, 1'uMinaaiiT. j 23-27 J. N. Watson, UeK'stor.
about the merit
The finest Mbait"
you can take on
a fishing trip.
GEORGE JAMMERTH AL
McCormick Steel Hay Rakes
9, 10 and 12 foot. For sale
by the Lakeview Mercantile
Cures Crip ' j
In Two Du-j.
or evsry ;j
s 11 "v tr
j Better Prices for Wool.
The Ea8t oregouian of May 23
myH. From m to 22 cent8 pep
! ponn(, WM pal(j f()r WQol , t,)e
; great Bale hel(1 uere to(lay) and ftp.
! proximately 500,000 pounds were
! ,llsl)08e(i of. The prIce8 pad 8everal
I cent8 ftbove figures ,rought by
1 mi)rit of the cliprt tll(lt were HlreH(y
HoM) ilnd are away abovo t,K, pi.,C0M
glvel ftt the ,M.ginll,llJf ()f the HtaMon
, W)(M) considerable wool was bought
for prices ranging from 14 tolticents.
Douglas Celts, president of the
W'oolgrowers' association, said:
"The prices brought today are the
best that have been paid in Eastern
Oregon for 2.1 years. We who have
held for the sales today have gotten
from one to five cents per pound
I more t han did those who sold before
j the Hale. Practically all of the wool
! is now sold, and there will be no
1 .. . . , ., ., , . .
other sales day iu IV n lleto.i this
: season. '
' - .
i i.nil v.-ai..:
Iaunl illliei. at l.al;ei.-v, (Jiegmi,
.June a, l'.HIi. .S'utii'e is lien !iy given
dial I lie fuiiv ing ininied ri-1 ! K r Ii.ih lil
eil not i-e df liis inleiition toinal e linal
i,ti:,'. u .::. i ".rt of ld -.it!. -.' tt-a
said prnul will lie made liefi.ru Itegister
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