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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1905)
A MATTER OF HEALTH
GREAT REDUCTION IN SUMMER
.. r-, ht n lid family aurl Anna
TonnliiKW" wont out camping Tiich
tliiv '1,"'-v r,'""lln out H,,v,'ni1
noimtml-mth,. first of "The Ho
turn of Holmes." Thin
iry beg " The Kxiiuilner
1'I,P town of Pino Creek now has
a iMitclKTHlu.p- Mr. Oiiy HammerH
l,.v I tin' proprietor, and everything
l'(1ltH a neat n ft pin.
tiro. S. Nlckersoti arrived horeTiii'H
,av night from Kno, and In shaking
IHii.Ik with l.Hkevlew frlondM. Mr.
Slckrrxon will renin In In our city a
K. f. West, has bought a band of
nrlli.rs from John Davis of Davis
Creek. la vIh It to deliver the sheep
at Lakeview. lie Iwih also lioiiKtit
I'at Murphy' wethers.
Fred Mint hi "it'l (!'. Wellmunstcr
of Lake City. Calif.. paid Lafcevlcw
visit hist week. They came here
notice of tlieir Intention to!
nmkr tlnal proof on their homestead .,
nmM 1 ' 1 Plaining mill are having their build-
MIks Klne, was a passenger on thej,, ,mlnt(.,j ln SolUh iJtlUevlew.
Southern Mime 'I iicMdny morning,
licrilHtination being Alturn. where
ulie will Join Moo re Comedians,
mid try for success In (he dramatic
Fred Wl.-dic eniiie down from l'ais
h'v Iiii Mindny as n witness for J.
I'lvd sit VH t he ll'I.V I
t,r"l 1,1 "'".'"' "-". - -,.
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iygo..ci ims season. I
Thin i deaths attrtbut -d to t he j
lint w-nter were recorded 1,. New J
York on .Inly l-'.th. In addition, a.
wore or more of persons were over- j
cum' l.v the heat, and are under;
tn'iitnient in t ho city hospital.
Everybody I liaylnu In full blunt
down the valley, and all report the
liuy i ro. food. TbeurainlH a tine
Htiinil, iiihI the only fear now In that
It limy not (ill well on account of hot
vent her. Karley In nearly ripe now.
.1. W. AdauiM and 11. U Sparser,
utturiieyM of All urn h, were In Lake
view ItiHt Saturday on a short biiMi
lii'KHtrip. Tlie.v arrived here In the
liiiiriilnu: and Ktartcd on the return
trli tliat eveuin;, in order to reach
their Inane by Monday.
We are in receipt of the June iium-
iieroitl.c .North racilic, a Cortland !
miwi.ine. contnlnlnf; a wrlteup of i
Information for the
wrlteup of LaUecounty was furnish- j
I'd by un, all exception the photo
KNijili of a hunch of lio.
E S. Idle Informs us that his lo.n l J
Win. released (nun n mi rn n I iue a week I
llll'i Tuesdav, ami that he lias
tlioiuii-tilv fuiiiigaied every room
mid every article on the premUi s,
iui'1 is iiuw leceivlnj; tin- public at bis j
I'liice of biiNih. :w, Just as safely and j
i. . . . . i.i
me same i leas iilT ua nuer as a
llotlilnii nf,, ,(,,, imlui-e bud
ever lini.o.. ,...i I
You can depend on Aytr's
Hair Vigor to restore color to
your gray hair,
Follow dirertions and It never
J fails to do this work. It stops
h fill!.. . . . -ti .
S'.iiuKoriiiejiair,aiso. i neic
8'Mt satibfoction in knowinc
you tire not goinj to be dissip
IHilmcd. Isn't tii at ho?
uj r ''"i .,i.
i..,.,,.,1 ' '
i, .in ti l. ite
mti II- , , n- i - i ii mi I nl-
ii n minium
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
.1. A. AnilerHon vim in from Drowa
(.'hurley Morris and w ife were in
town Saturday from the Went Side.
K. M. Krattaiti returned from San
FranclHco last week, where lie went
VV. M, Harvey finished haying last
week, lie has had a three week's
siege of It. ftnd in glad to be through.
The tin ilirlet nrs of the l.nkevieiv
which adds greatly to the appear
ance of t he building.
I'.d I'.oiid came over from Warner
Friday for medical treatment. His
foot wan hadly KWoolen and it wax i
fean'd he had lilood-poiMoii, hut at
prcHeut he in. Improving, j
S. T. Colvla snv tliat hi brother,
T. W. Colvin, Ik in better health tha
haH iH.) fur ,wu jears. The
many friemU of Mr. Colvin will be
lc, .,ir t,jH j.u(M news.
S(V t, H( ,,,,,,,, ,le lllollty
at tliin otlice, and you will not hesi
tate to pay fJ.r.O for a year'n nub-
! wciptioii to The lCxaminer and that
valuable May a.iue pulilislu'd in Port
Harry wood, for several 5 can an 1
employe on the IlielHT Gazette, has
purchased that paper, and Is now
editor and proprietor. May the
turnips come in fast to you, Ilrother
(ico. Ay res has bought the .1. V.
Tucker residence on lo-r water
street. '1'lie price jiaid was $7M.
We uudeivtand that Mr. and Mrs
Tucker will not live iu Lakeview this
The laud fraud trials are now in
, ,Ji,.(.HM (lt Sak.n) f()r aiil fraud
w,(.uri1;, hUitA, isll)u iHU(lrt, pt-lnc-U
, 1 till,, eouotv. Two In-
k.,ilm.lltH wt.IV returned by the
! .1.1). Venator has puichas.il the
I la miuersley residence at the south
end of Water street for HfsiKl. What
In the name of common sense do"
.lolia Yitiaior want with a Ionise?
He has no wife.
Vlil Smith, formerly one
. , M. Si..t.i..u
. ...w i .1 ... i i uui joi.i'
i" ' "" '' "
but liow a
doekraiser of Surprise
Viillev arrived in
, i.. ...
I evriiinr . l ent says ae iiu.-n-.s
j start for Toiiopah soon.
W. A. Masslugell returned from
J'oi lland Friday inoriiing where he
bus been visiting th. fair. Hilly says
Vim rim see an yon i
then some. Mrs .Massing... . -v-mi)i
)lt the beaci. a few wee.s b.fore
TheNyssa Progress, a puer pub
lished at Nyssa. Malheur county In
ihelnterct of t he local option ca.me.
lias died for wa.it of breath. The
,.,,, y back of the pare lias
bought the Malheur (Jaa'ttc, at Vale,
the county wt of that county.
. ThetViitral (H-cgonlHH anuouiiccn
In a call for Immediate settlement of
u! outstanding accounts, that u.
..I.angeof ownershli) in that imper
will take pliu -August llmt. Who
will le the uext proprietor In uot
ttetoOut we uuderetandtUatABBe.
or VT, V. W t htw bouglit th plaut-
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Summer Voiles, Ribolines, Grenadines, Silk Lawns,
Dotted Swiss. Muslins, just a few small pieces left,
will close out for, one-half price.
Ladies' white and colored Summer Shirt Waists for
cost Crash and Straw Hats while they last for one-half
Also several other lines will be closed out to make
room for our large fall stock which will begin to arrive
i Laxative ssromo quinine Tablets.
; Seven I.CUkm boxes sold in pas: 12
Dr. 15 Ialy wired Dr. Hall from
Keno yenterday to the effect that he
would reach home thin (Thursday)
T Maupiu was iu town lirst of
the week. Owing to the IIIuchh of
Mri Maj)In) ti,t.y wm no1 gvt start-
ed for Willamette valley for a couple
Man Whorton went to lily Wed
nesday to meet hi wife, who is re
turning home from a several weeks'
visit over in the valley. Little
(ieorjie Whorton accompanied his
father to lily.
Mrs. M. 1. Fuller arrived on the
Western stue Friday morning from
lied Bluffs In response to a telegram
stating that her son Joe was not ox -
petted to live, Joe, however in 1m-
.., i n 1 i . ,1,, ....
proving rape.,., . ag... w
streets. ! itiven that in compliance with the pro-
vv v vn'ii. iVimieii to renresent 'visioiinof the act of Congress of June .1,
WANILD.-Noimu to ii.pits( n t ellli,,t.(l -A ,.t ,, ,r ti,e saleotiim
us in their home and adjoining cotin- )l(,r HIH m ,i,e stales of California,
ties to distribute samples and ad ver-
,,,r -oods Salary 21 per week
. '..... ..1 .....I Cvnenses
expenses, gu.iiuued. i.xpi uses
meed. Experience unnecessary.
iv i i stamii. siatinu' a Lie.
...1 1 l.y .. itiui 1 .... . 1 .1 lief .WniM tl'
address, w th staiun. stating age,
;.;;';r", .,, n,..u-boV.l St Chicago
LeeM'Co., ll.i Di.Uboin .st., i iiiuigo,
Advertised Letter List.
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ruuo iK ' " ri..n.i
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. km.' 'Md.iriA.ii. I.. in ibiti uiLLk; u.
i ii. caulk J.H.ChuU
1 1 i i vruii " " ' ' j
rliariib Wj iimn.
I)K J. Vi:.cox, I'. M
Popular and Picturesqu.
I The only thing n. ecsary to make tire
Denver and luo (Jrande the most pop -
I ulr. as it has ever lieen known tnoi
leusaiit und most picturesque;
cross ll.e ionoueiir, uiw i.u.o
about. Tliin. ,llt-- establishment of j
lhrouh sleepint car service.
In connection wilh theO. K. & S. a
through Pullman Standard Sleeper is
now run from I'ortland to Penyer, leav
ing Portland at 8 ' p. in., arrivini; at
Mlt I ii km at'- K M a., m.' the second.
" . . ..... Vh.V.-iv.
nii.ri.iuK. leavinir dlr'taRV3 KJ f
m. and arriving t lenvr 4 20 p. m.' the
followinit dy. Thin ichedule ifiv pas-
trinjjeri tovta l.ouri stopover Jn ifL
Ukv, attordlag an opportunity o' isft4
ibe Mormou Capital well aa a day
light ride through tin grandest ncenery 1
in the world. . , .. i
For lesei vati ai in this car and for il-
nstrid..l booklets picturing the scenery
contiguous to the Denver <io(jrnde,
pioving it to I the '-Scenic Line of the
World," will to W. C. Mdlride, Jen.
tral Agent, 124 Third street, Portland.
to Cure a Cold in One Day
months. 1 &1S Signature, w'
Notice is heieby given, that on Sat-
nrJav, the tilth dav of August. li05. at
the hour of 1 odock p. in., of said dav.
' 1 l . ,
I will sell at pubh? auction, to the high
est niuuer, ior casn 111 naiiu, ai my resi-
Uence, in rnien, Oregon, me personal
property belonging to the estate of W.
P. OVERTON, Deceased ; said property
being more particularly described as
follows, to-wit :
Eleven head of 4-year-old horses,
Two head of you nit, broke horses.
One mowing machine.
One set Blacksmith tool ,
Four horse collars,
LULU M. OVERTON,
Administratrix f the Estate of W.
j overton, Deceased
' il-MBKit XTI(
i.'inieu riaiw 1,
I .'lilted Mates i.aiiu (mice, jaKeview
t Oregon, Julv 18. litOo. Notice is hereby
Oregon. Nevada, and Washington ler
ri.orv." as extended to all the Public
Lund States by a t of Augu.n 4. 181)2,
TjU of ,,,, ,;ivHri ,
!(i,., i,..H ihiailuv tiled in this office
Miiegon, nas i nis o.i nieii ii ii.is ...ui.n
inu ww.n.i K'utemeiir No. '2.187. for the
I .. . . 1 1 . 1 1 . .1
1 Oregon, lias . ins ..ay men 1 ions ... u.e
. hm cworu s'atemeiir No. '2.187, for the
! purchase of tl.eS' Xu ami wJi Kw.U
,,. Sw,i(1 JH jn .,.;,;.,,,' 3r, s.,Rlj F.
w M.Hi.d will ffer pro..! I. . show iliat
, the b.iid suiik'H i nore yan.ao.e .oi hi
..i:..i. i.;. ..i..;,,, ..i
omuer or pio.jc iimu ....
put .seH, a. o eso. .. km. . - ;;,
II ' 1 11 ll ' I IF-1'l'T- ,r'-'.- ...... .........
f:u nnd liMorv eKr noil Keeeiver
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... Mondav. the
dav oi O.itober. 11)0"). lie nam-s ,
() N. Anderson, .)cai
Anderson and Irving Anderson ul Illy.
()ie(?on, and W w. Ku.body of l'.allund.
Ore. Auv and all persons elniminu ad-
' verstdy the above described lands are
ivquested to tile their claims iu ibis
office on or betore said Jiel day of Oct.
; U1!,J ;W j N Vata.,n. Uehi-lei .
v. When you call for whiskey
see that the bottle Is labeled
I JESSE MOORE WHISKEY
is.. . i k-I
(V& p? $
I Tun tier I im.l .Notice.
i United Slate 8 Land Office, Lakeview,
i Oregon, July 8th,. 1905. Notice is here-
U,'f "T'UFF "'f
provisions of the act of Congress 01
June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the
saie 01 iimoer laniiH in ine .Mares 01
. "-m..., nr,,m im f, nl.i,-
j ust4f m)2, Richard Brown, of Portland,
j county of Multnomah Sta'e of Oregon,
has this day tiled in this office his sworn
statement No 2981, for the pnrchase of
I the Nw'i SEi XivJi and Nwi
j Sw of Section 22 Tp 35 S, R 17 K w AI.
and will offer proof to show that the
I land sought is more valuable for its
' limber or stone than for ngricn tural
I purposes, and to establish his claim to
! said land before (ieo. T. Baldwin Juilgo
nf Klamath Co. at his office at Klamath
Falls, Ore, on Friday, the loth day of
Sept , ltX). He mimes ns witnesses:
James Boyd of Bly, Oregon, Martin
Ryan, Margarete Ryan and C. W, Em
body of Portland, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to tile their claims in this office
on or before said loth dav of September
28 :J7 J. N. Watson, Register.
County Clerk's Notice
.votick Is nereby given, that the
K'Hw.ng county wanants, issued
more than seven years prior to July
Kt ,f 1U(t tHi .,, t(, , he t.,,u.
. . .
ty treasurer of Lake count v for pav-
' : '
t ,,.,,,.,,,. )lf I,ke coiitil v for pav
J , .
"a'"t on or before sixty days after
the first day of July, 11KC., will be
i Xo 1:!jr (. 1,,)ll;Jr!iert.v. mii't
.f 1 flft
.. :t 75
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l'Uli, Win. lbilRlelsh, '
1.1(1:!, C. W. Johusoil. '
1MM, C. II. Little,
1?7:S4. II. ('. Fleming. '
0t1 . 11. C. Flciniug, '
Jill.", A. X. Lane,
il-LM, W. A. furrier.
"177, Win. lien ha m, '
lly or ler of the cour
A. W. V.VN'juxr..