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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1906)
Arc here in plenty. Only fresh and productive
seeds of every variety, are sold hre.
Bowen's seeds have been sold in Lakeview for more
than twenty-five years and the increasing sales each year guar
antees their quality. They are satisfactory seeds and spec
ially adapted to this climate.
Large orders in Bulk seeds will be delivered in Lake
view at wholesale prices.
Leave your order hre.
ERY COUPONS FREE
WITH EACH 25 CENT
CASH PURCHASE AT
II FEED AND LIVERY STABLE (
C. S. LOVELESS. Proprietor.
I propose to offer the public a
horses wil be fed and cared for as
stopping place where their
they would be cared for at
j I will also keep a team and rig to hire.
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We Wish to Announce to the
That he can be as well accommodated
at the MAMMOTH LIVERY STABLES in
Lakeview as he can at any stable in the
State. It is our intention to always have
on hand a good supply of the best hay and
grain to be bought in the market. We
also keep a force of experienced hostlers
and careful drivers, who will always be
ready to wait on our customers.
1 HERYFORD& DYKEMAN 1
Lakeview And Vicinity
Dutch lunch at tha Hrewerv Sa
Mr. aud Mrs.
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1 AT THE OLD STANDp fis
E. C. Ahlstrom's baby
is quite sick.
M. Sanders cauie in from Clover
J. I. Duckworth will p.iy tlie highest
price for hides, ."-tf
E. J. Iilakc arrived here from
Window frames and turning a spec
ialty at Nuriu A Harris' planing mill.
Mrs. Geo. II. Ayres was taken sick
last Saturday with aa attack of pneu
rnouia. J. I. Duckworth will buy hides.
Call od or address Ii tin at Lakeview
O. F. Griffith, the ZX range buss,
was down from the ZX ranch first of
j Xorin & Harris are now prepared to
do all kinds of woodwork and turning
at the planing in ill. 1
"Grandma" McDonough, mother of
Johnny McDonough, was reported
I very sick a few days ago.
I Mrs. Hutler, who is keeping house
for Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Miller, was
quite sick first of the week.
FOR SALE. Pure-bred Poland
China pigs. Inquire ol Chas. Oliver
of New Fine Creek, Oregon. 21 tf.
The dance given last Saturday night
by Mr. Cole, the musician, was a
social success. The music was fine.
J. S. Field and J. H. Hotchkiss
brought in a few line looking horses
last Sunday to add to their bunch
they are collecting to take below.
M. Mansfield came over from Merrill
first of the week, where he has been
all winter, and yesterday went out to
the 70 ranch in Cewauca-n to work for
Roy Awlery, a nephew of Mrs. O.
W. Wise and a young Mr. Sims, both
of Klamath county arrived in Lake
view last week. The boys are here
looking for work.
Give Norin Sl Harris, proprietors of
the planing mill your order for fancy
wood work now before the spring
rush comes on. They have a fine lot
of well seasoned lumber on hand. 1
Chas. Umbach is remodeling the res
idence recently purchased on Slash
Our new stock of goods have arrived
and is complete in everything usually
found in a first-class Drug Store; con
sisting of Fancy Stationery, Writing
Tablets, Spelling Blanks, Pens and Pen
cils, Ink and Mucilege, Fancy Soaps and
Toilet articles, Tooth Brushes, etc.
A. L. THORNTON & CO.
WA street, known as the Kelton property,
IW i or the Moorlev house, adjoining Mr.
H5 Umbach's residence. The house will
SiijJ ; be for rent.
5Jj There is rumor of a wedding to
come off some time this week. We
tW ! w,jnt t--11. l,ut xl yu 806 a i,oPulur
i ' young lady of Lakeview blush when
this subject is brought up you may
make a guess.
Hotel Lakeview id nutting on airs;
a lot of fine stationery, ordered spec
ially is being printed at this olllce for
use at the hotel, bo that patrons of the
house may have fine stationery for
their letter writing.
The Southern Stage Co. announces
j that owing to bad roads un increase
will be charged Oil
freight by stage from Madeline to
Lakeview, for the next CO days. The
company put on a new wagou on the
lino first of the week.
Dutch lunch nt the llrewerjr flu
Mrs. M. Vhorton was up from Hue
Creek first of the week.
Head the tuw nd vertlaeincnt In
the Examiner this week.
Mr. and Mm. Win. Schmidt were
dowu from Clover Flat lust week.
Ijee lienU started Tuesday on a cam
paigning tour of the northern part of
the county. .
Mr. Pent Hughe fell last Monday,
striking his back on a piece of timber,
which greatly disabled him.
J. A. Anderson and Raymond Mill
iard enme in from Drews Gap Tuesday
and remained in town until the next
J. O. Nyswnner returned from the
Willamette valley last week, where he
spent the winter. Hattie and the little
boy did not return with their father.
At the teachers' examination last
week IX F. Amlck was nwarded a
first grade certificate, and Miss Issh
liellc Wright of Silver Lake ami E. J.
Morris second grade cert I Ileal cs.
Mr. Pent Hughes Informs us that
Mr. mid Mrs. J. W. Mlkle, who spent
the winter In the East, started home
on the 1. th, and were expected to ar
rive last night.
The people of Warner valley came
over to Camas Prairie Tuesday several
strong and with 40 head of horses, to
meet those who went from here with a
numlier of horses, to break the road
The rain and warm winds the past
week has takeu most of the snow from
the valley, regardless of the fact that
several small skifts of snow have fallen
during the week, ouly to disappear the
next day after falling.
"Plush Screamer" told our readers
last week that W. E. Scammou had
gone East to visit with a brother.
Willis informs us that he is at his
home lu Plush, cleaning out his barn.
No one thought of looking there for
F. E. Harris has bought E. N. Jn
quish's interest in the planing mill
and that establishment will be con
ducted in the future by Norin A Har
ris. They have a lot of fine lumber
on hand now and say they are prepar
ed to meet all demand.
A subscription paper was circulated
first of the week for the purpose of
raising money with which to make
some needed repairs on tint interior of
the Baptist church. The exact amount
raised is not known by us, but it is
said that the sum will Ih sulllcieut to
pay for the work c-tMttcmplated.
The U. S. laud ottlce at Redding,
Calif., was burned o the 1 1th, and
many valuable papers were lost. The
plats, however, wera saved. About
fSOJO damage was done to the land
olllce and a store that occupied a room
ou the ground floor of the building.
It is said that Arthur Florence will
move back to Lakeview and take an
interest in the Lakeview Mercantile
Co's store. Every lody w ill Ihj glad to
know this, aa Mr. Florence is a first
class salesman, and both Mr. and Mrs.
Florence were well lilted in social cir
cles. Geo. Pike came la town Tuesday
from Abert lake where he and C. E.
Campls-ll are running their sheep to
gether. Mr. Pike came down to lllo
on some laud. He says the feed is
Hue out there, the green grass being
alxmt :i inches high. Thewiuter has
dealt with Messrs. Campbell and Pike
Wo are in receipt of a letter from C.
C. I'arnum, a former resident of Lake
county, who now resides at Orange,
Calif. Mr. Harnum sold his ranch in
Clover Flat to Win. Schmidt and went
to California to livo. He wants the
Examiner sent to him. aud enclosed
the little old two dollars.
The entertainment for the Reading
Room and Library will be uivoti real
soon. Active pre pija-at ions are lieing
made and rehersals-held. This will be
the entertainment of the season and
the public may be assured a real treat.
The best local talent of the town will
assist. Next week full urticulars will
be published and the program given.
Watch for the date.
A meeting of stockmen was held in
Red Rluff recently for the purpose of
conferring with ropreseutaves of Mr.
T. H. Walker, the timber land kin
of northern CaJiforuit.'with a view to
securing grazing privileges on Mr.
Walker's land. He agreed with tho
stockmen that they i.ay him one half
thft amount of the taxes on the land
occupied and have grazing plvilegos.
Dutch lnnch nt the llrewerjr Ha
I. J. Straw was registered at Hotel
lakeview last Saturday from Klamath
L II. Lyons of Willow Ranch, was
registered at Hotel Lakeview Inst
F. 1. Everett, the H. H. 11. A Co.,
hardware man spent tho past week In
!akevlew taking large orders for hard
ware from our merchants.
E. R. Hunting, of Reno, Nevada,
passed through the city Sunday ou his
way to visit his brother lu (jukevlew.
Klamath Falls Itepuhltcan.
William Sims and another young
man from Tule Lake stopped over lit
Pair)' Saturday evening. The gentle
men are on their way to Lakeview.
Klamath Fulls Republican.
Win. C. Robinson, who has for sev
eral years, tended sheep camp for S.
11. Chandler, left this week for On
tario. Mr. Chandler loses a good,
steady man when Will leaves him.
J.M. Itatchelder left for Salem last
week, where he went lo plead the II.
F. Latio case, which had a hearing In
the supreme court ou the 'JOth. Mr.
Itatchelder will visit his parents nt
Oroville, California, before returning
S. It. Chandler returned from San
Francisco last week, where he spent
several weeks. Mr. M. Wallace and
son, cousins of Mr. Chandler came
with him to look over the country.
The gentlemen will probably remain
here all summer.
Mr. Suowgoose, of indwell, was here
for a short t line last week. He feels
satisfied that there nre millions lu the
mines north of lUdwcll, and he nud
his partner have purchased property
at ISidwell and will open an assay
otllce there shoVtly. Cedarville Rec
ord. Nominating petitions were circulated
here hist week for Hon. J. R. Whitney
for re nominal ion to the olllce of slate
printer. Mr. Whitney has made an
excellent officer, and to re-nominate
him would be a step in the direction
of ideal k'overiiineut of that most illl
poi taut depart incut of slate
The bill to make Arizona ami New
Mexico a State was passed by the
House last week. I'.olh territories
will U merged into one State, which
w ill make a dilferenco of two Senators
less, aud the loss is said to fall on the
Democrats. -Cedarville Record. (Ret
ter taJte a rest, your are overworked
aren't you, Rrother Stanley. )
A. T. Clippciigcr, who went East
with the. remains of his late wife, to
be interred in the family cemetery in
Ohio, returned home last week. Mr.
Clippeuger says his trip was free from
hardship, other than the mental strain
upon h'iii caused by the sail occasion
of his trip. He encountered no
storms until nearly home.
This wt-ek we received a card an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Pearl
Fran kl, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. J.
Frankl of Sau Francisco, to Mr. Ed
ward SeUginaiin, of Logan, Utah. '
Mr. Seligmuriti is a prominent mer
chant of the Utah city, where they j
will res id in the future. The many
friends of Miss Frankl will be glad to
hear the news of her liappy union.
Tho Examiner exends U-st w ishes to
the brido aud groom.
H'ANTUD: Two men lu each cou
nty to represent Hiid advertise Hard
ware department, put out samples
of our noods, etc. Trnvellng Posit
ion or Otflce Manager. Salary I'M) per
month, ash weekly, with all expenses
paid In advance, We furnish every-
The Columbia Hoiih4?
Dept. 610, ZU ."th Ave Chicago, 111'
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Ilelow we (live report of the weather
as recorded by the Government weather
bures u tint inn nt The Examiner Olllce.
This report l changed each week, and II
our readers wish to keep a yesrly record
of weather condition for future refer
ence, cut nut tho rexirt alonu the black
line ami panto It In a scrap lsok on
week after another. This reord will l
tsken on TuesiU" to end each week and
In-uln on Wednesday for tho next week
Government Weather Korean Ma
tiou at I-aktivlew, Oregon,
('. O. MrrtsKR, C-4H)Hrslivo observer.
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The Ladies' Outfitter,
Anna M. Neilon & Co., will mnke for
you any garment for women or children,
and will make it a well as it can ln
made. Will make it to please .you in
every particular. We will do the work
promptly, aud never allow you to bedis
ntifled with any business you may do
with us. Every itnrment all m 1 1 lit, lock
well on the Wearer, and pi-mlncs a sens
(iihmI OiiimIs, and prices not in any iu
staiuv, more than we would I willing
to pay if ymi were selling and wo were
buying, are the principles upon which
we exHct lo micceed,
Our good ate as well worth the mon
ey we ask for them, as goods you buy
from any catalogue house in Sn Kriiu
cisco are. We are ready to prove this,
and uuxioiis to meet you for thia ptirMe.
We were n month buying our clock.
We senrrbed the cily to get exui-tly w lint
we wanted mid would take nothing vino.
The price had to bo right, and wo got
the full Is-nelll of cash payment. Wo
can, and will treat ymi an well aa you ran
be treated in bating ANY W HE ICE. if
Garden Seeds at Ahlstrom
To make biscuits light -drench
them with gasoline and ignite Is-foro
How to keep servants chloroform
them ami lock them in the cellar.
Quickest way to get rid of peddler
buy all they have.
How to remove fruit stains from
linen use scissors.
How to keep ruts out of the pantry
place all food in the cellar.
To entertain women visitors let
them inspect all your private papers.
To entertain men visitors fcd
To keep the children at home lock
up all their clothes.
To keep hubby at home hide his
Ill order to prevent accidents lu the
kitchen 1111 the kerosene can with
To stop leaks in pipes send for
the nearest plumber.
To economize on coal get a gas.
To test the freshness of eggs drop,
them ou some hard substance.
To propitiate the janitor it can't
Vie done. Smart Set.
A Mealing Gospel.
The Rev. J. C. U'arren, paator of,
Shanon lSnbtist Church, Helalr, la.
eays of Electric Hitters: " ICh a UoU
seinL to mankind. It cured' tuo ol
lariie back.Btlft Joints, and complete
psysical rollapee. I wan bo weak It
twok me hall an hour to walk a mile.
Two bottle of Electric Hitters huve
iii.'ule ne so strong I have Just walked
three milea in CO ininutcH and feet like
walking three more. It's made a new
man of me." Urentest remedy for
weakneHa an J all Stomach, LWer and
KIdnev complaints-. Sold under gua
rantee nt Iaxs IJeaira Drug Store.
E. V. Carter of Ashland, has an
nounced himself as a candidate for
for men who toil
North Lakeview Feed Yard
. . AND . .
J. V. DUCKWORTH, Proprietor.
j Highest Market Trice paid for HIDES and PELTS
Grain and Baled Hay kept on hand for sale.