1 THE BETTER THE GRADE THE BETTER THE TRADE. FREE GLASSWARE!!? During the month of June I will redeem all outstanding Crockery Coupons in exchange for Glassware The assortment comprises all kinds of FRUIT SETS-LEMONADE SETS-WATER SETS, PICKLE DISHES-WATER PITCHERSCAKE STANDS-FRUIT STANDS-CENTER SETS Etc, Etc. Every piece of glassware in our stock is at your disposal in exchange FREE for coupons. BRING THEM IN PREMIUM CROCK ERY COUPONS PR EE WITH EACH 25 CENT CASH PURCHASE AT RETAIL. FEED AND LIVERY STABLE SOUTH LAKEVIEW. C. S. LOVELESS, Proprietor. Lakeview And Vicinity if I propose to offer tbe public a stopping place where their horses wil be fed and cared for as they would be cared for at home. i 1 til - I will also keep a team ana rig 10 nire. We Wish to Announce to the TRAVELER 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. Jus. Turpiu was m towu Tuesduy. J. P. Duko viit a visitor in towu Tuesday. Win. Stauley was visit ing iu this city Monday. Guess no one is complaining ubout drouth these days. J. T. Metzker expects to start the Camas sawmill iu a few days. The iee cream parlor at the soda works is a neat looking place. Circuit court adjourned Monday after long and tedious session. Tom Mulkey came to towu first of jthe week from the sheep camp. Send your brood mares to F.lbert 'Morrris' fine young Jack, on the West Side. tf. S. A. D. Puter waived examination and was takeu to Portland to stand trial. Farmers who with to raise good mules will do will to see Libert Mor ris' line Jack. tf A. T. Cllpponger ( ui town Tuen tiny. Dutch lunch tit the Hrewcry 8 Ituiii. tf Dutch lunch tit tho Hrewery Sa loon, tf Do not fall to see "The Flowing Howl" enacted at Hurry's hall Thurs day evening, May :tlst. 1 John Kotish came in town from Clover Flat Tuesday to consult a doc tor. Ho 1ms liecu (pute sick. Lost near Lakeview one fill's dark lilue gingham dress. The Under w ill do n favor liy leaving mime at this ofllcn. 11. F. Camion came down from Che wituenn Tuesday on business. He says he lias made u good lambing thin spring. The Alturas Amateur Theatrical Co. w ill enact the drama "Tho Flowing Howl" this Thursday) evening, May II 1st at Harry's hall. 1 We have for wile a neat house and lot in the vicinity of the school house. The place can lo had for f !.", cash, which is very cheap. tf Do not fail to see the skirt dance by I the two little favorites of the Alturas Amateur Theatrical Co., at Harry's hall this (Thursday) evening May :ilst The local hull team intended going to Pine Creek last Sunday and were all ready to go, but the day was ho !..!. .,,(. mi.l I .... 1 !.... II... (.! (.1... l',Vl II. Ill I IIU I 1 Hfln postponed. We see liy last week's Herald that the editor of that paper delivered a "very interesting lecture at the Court House on the Ways and .Manners of the Ked Man." Dave Jones, who has a saloon at Andrews, Harney county, expects to return home iu a few days. He has been here on business connected with the Jones estate. Frank Duke was up towu Tuesday. Frank says he doesn't know much alHHit politics this year, hut he is going to vote for the resevre and reci procity with Jubitor Pluvius. Quite a numlKT of large halftone picture, of Dr. Withycoinbc, K publi- can candidate for governor, and Jon athan Konrue Jr., candiJate for I'. K. Senator, were distributed here last week. I have a crew of California sheep shearers ami will be ready to liegin shearing sheep' at my corrals iu Cam as Prairie auy time. Good range. Dip ping vats at he corrals:. Mrs. Kosu Mc Danel. Yesterday was Memorial Day, and was observed iu patriotic style. Hut few hi soldiers remain to join iu the parade, but the same course will doubtless lie puisucd when there is but one to match. Hoy Shirk has none to Steins Moun tains to buy horses. W. M. Harvey has pine north and will meet Mr. Shirk at the "P" ranch where they will start a drive of horses to the California market. I HERYFORD & DYKEMAN j P. J. Hrattain, who has been here under treatment for throat trouble is ot idmosl pure copper, getting better. King Alfonso lias officially received Lis bride into Spain, and the wedding will occur soon, if not already. J. S. lirauch came in from Clover Flat fir.-t of the week and moved his family out to their ranch yesterday. L. F. Cont. went to Alturas Tues day on tt business trip, iu connection with the Whittemore estate, of which he is the Oregon attorney. The plant for the new paper to be established at the State Line passed through towu first of the week. Mr. j Whetstone moved the plant to its new i location. Will Koush has returned from his: copper mines iu the lilack Lock desert ! country. ' He says he has a good mine j Mil its loca tion is so far from the railroad that shipments cannot be profitably made. I have a fine young Jack which I am standing at H-0 for insurance. Mans from u distance can be left in cood pasture at tho Oliver ranch ami will be attended to promptly. For part iculars call on moon the West Side or address at Lakeview, Oregon. Libert Morris. tf slAT THE OLD STAND53 (J 1 Our new stock of goods have arrived and is compete in everything usually found in a first-class Drug Store; eon sisting of .Fancy Stationery, Writing Tablets, Spelling Blanks, Tens and Pen cils, Ink and Mucilege, Taney Soaps and Toilet articles, Tooth Brushes, etc. The fight for the lightweight cham pionship to be pulled off at Los An geles last Friday night between Jlat tling Nelson and Jlerrera failed to come off. Some squabble occured over weighing in and the 4-100 Hpce titors who had paid ?-1 a piece to see the fight were disappointed. .PASTURE. A. L. THORNTON & CO. Successor to LEE BEALL I have leased the W. M. Ilarvcv pastures, and have Sjjjione field that has formerly j?! I been reserved for hay, which liJl will open up for cow pas rSlturc June first, at l $2 PER MONTH runciest, hiiciiimju icn all stock left in my charge. I will not be responsible for breaehy stock that get out of the pasture, but 'will do what I can to get them back. Hoses brought up once a : week, if desired. PJ T. U. METZKER. wanted: Gentleman or Lady with good reference, to travel by rail or with rig;, for a linn of ffisl.WWMi cap ital. Salary fl07J.tM) per year and expenses; salary paid weekly ami ex penses advanced. Address, with stamp, Jos, A. Alexander, I-kcvlew, Oregon. Ma.y-3-iiiios. A stray copy of the Mendocino (Calif,. ) Ucaeon drifted our way last week, containing the following item: "Perry A. Stanley went to the City on Wednesday's porno and will go to Vallejo to consult with parties inter ested with him in his recently invent ed motor and air compressor. " We recieved u letter from Happy Hooligan a few days ago commenting on tho marriage of Mr. George Stan ley, a former resident of this place and brother of Win. Stanley, to Miss Irene Lyman of Cottage Grove on April 20th. Hooligan further sug gests that more of the Lakeview boys try their luck at Cottage grove. "Little drops of wnter, " etc., etc. Ice cream coda at the aim In work. Don't forget the place. 1 Geo. O. Hamlin la registered At the Hotel from Klamath Falls. Wui. Metzker has returned home from it visit to Surprise valley. W. F. Petree and wife will move to the Camas Prairie sawmill today. Mrs. Smith, mother of the Smith sisters of the Herald, Is quite nick. W. II. Snider Is holding down the olllec of slicntf during the absence of Sheritr Kluchart. Head the new Advertisement off. H. Metker, In' The Fxninlner, who will conduct the pasture this summer. We have Hot heard a hint at dishon esty or immorality against any Kcpuh licau candidate for olllce iu Lake county. A. L. lhorntonand family moved Into the Hot he residence Monday. The house is to be I c papered and painted. Mrs. J. W. Mikel, who was reported seriously sick is able to nit up. The F.xamiuer is pleased to announce her convalescence. (ieo. Johnson returned home with his family last Saturday. They will move Into their new home on Main street at once. Most of the Warner Valley vacpieros, who have been In the county seat the past two or three weeks, left for War ner last Sunday. F.. K. Woodcock and family went to the State Fine last Sunday to meet Mr. Johnson and family and to visit Mrs. Woodcock's folks. Miss Mae Miller, formerly of Like view, but who has been living in Oak laud the past few years, is visiting friends In Likvcicw this week. The San Francisco carthiiiakc has driven a great many Iake county peo ple home, and more want to come. This is a pretty good place alter all. i First it rained and then it Mew;'' rained some more and then it suew. Hut let it storm , it' no use to stew ; more raiu more rest ; more crass to chew. j D. K. Penner, the piano tuner, j writes that he will 1st iu Lakeview in ' a few days, and reipiestti that parties1 owning pianos that need tunning wait for him. All work guaranteed. Win. Vinyard as sentenced to live years in the penitentiary for horse stealing. Slierilf Kiuehart started for Salem Monday with Vinyard and Wert, who was sentence. 1 to two years iu the pen. Aaron Dicks, w hoe saddle was shook to pieces in tint San Francisco earth quake, purchased a new one at Ahls trom's a few days ago, and is now ready to mount tho most vicious broncho. A list of the lands recently restored i to entry in this laud district appears in The Lxaminer The lands lie mo.-t-I ly iu Klamath county, and were with 'drawn on account of the Klamath Ir- rigat ion project. i The report conies here t hat smallpox has shown itself at Klamath Fulls. Prceaut binary measures should be (taken to prevent a spread of the dreaded disease. People in this coun ty should be on tiie lookout Ist it gets over t his way. We understand that the officers who went to capture Kd. Laird east of Sur prise valley came very close to him, and had they not remained over night and till oclock (lie next morning at a sheep camp in a few miles of Laird's gamp, they might have met with the sad misfortune of .overtaking thefuga- tive. WI-LKLY WUATIU-K KF.POKT. Helow we (live report of the went her hm recorded by the Government weather bureau ntntlon nt The Fxmulner Olllce, Thin rcort Ik chmiged ench week, Ami it our renders wish to keep a yearly record of westher conditions fur future refer i , enco, cut out tho report nhuiK the Muck una Aim paste it in a setup iiook on week After another. This reord w ill be taken on Tliesdil" to end ench week mid beuin on Weilnetlny for the next week Government Weather Huieini Stii lion At I.nkeview, Oreumi, C. O. Mict.kkii, Cooperative Observer. Week ending TueMilny, May 22, l!lfl I'njr ln Jinln, r--l ! nn'w clmm. I. r llslinil lull nl day Weil, t l.ur. frill '.Vj sat 'v j sun. tin ui . I lies. I s i .'. I Tit :'l I 77 I L'll I 7;i :'7 I II '.'! j :':iT 7s I :iu I O.IKI II INI 0, (HI II. S O.t.l " 0,1 id" ' II.IHI I I"' I 00 f N I I ' I I IH 1 it: llil.V Light Months on Trial. After eight mouthy of unceasing effort, we have the sal Isfuct Inu of k HOW lug t till t our business Is Ins . led III Lakeview, and I tint we have pleased our trade friends but i, In t lie cluirncler and value of goods offcivil t hem, and In our met hods of business. we ha ve done more business than we believed could be done here III our exclusive lines, and II in 1 lhat our pat rons arc Iu every Instance, pleased with the treatment given them. Our pat ronnge Is growing every day. The most encouraging feature of our business a, that We meet the Hume people at our counters day after tbi.v. we have striven to deserve tho good III and eonrblciicc of our pat rons, ulld we believe We huve sue. (eilcd. Our thanks nre hereby tendered those u ho have fit vored us w ll h I heir patronage, and wc promise that they shall have every benefit that we by wide a wake me I hods and pal list ak lug labor can give them, iu the future conduct of our business. we will never give up trying t please and beiieht you. we lire iu dally receipt of New Goods now; the best and latest Iu fashionable styles. We will not buy nay thing else. See our goods and get our prices) when ynii need iiii.v t hlng worn by women uml i hlMrcii. Anna M. Neiloii tV Co. ..PELTS AND HIDES.. BOUGHT The Lakeview Mercantile Co. will pay, for hides in first-class condition, Ikef Hides 17c per lb Sheep Pelts 11c per lb Call find see us before selling elsewhere. K. D. Maplcsdcu has finished his canvass of the county ami those who wish to order fruit trees, from the Ore gon Nursery Co., can send their order to Mr. Maplesden at V Linda Ave., Oakland, California., and their order w ill receive t ho same prompt atten tion that Mr. Maplesden would give it were lie here to tuko tho order. Mr. Maplesden annuoiices that he has done uu uccc ptinnally goisl business in this county this spring and w ill bring in tho finest lot of nursery stock t his fall ever brought to the county. At the next gem nil election in Ore gon, Women t uffnik'e will again ls placed before the people to say wheth er they want it or not. Advocates of Women Slllferage say that Women needs a Vote to right the wrongs she suiters at the hands of man. As it matter of fact, the rights nf women are looked alter more carefully under the laws of most States than those i t men. Men reulie the fact that women as a whole are less able to take care of t heinselves and their properly than men are. Men can, mid will, if neces sary light for their liven and properly. Women cannot, hence, men tintiirally Protect them. This situation in ex tremely distasteful to Women SulTer agists, but angry protests cannot niter facts. In the last fllty years great progress has Is'i-ii made in the condition of women iu this country as regards ed ucation ami opportunity of employ ment and the enjoyment of life. This condition, however, has not been duo to the agitation for Women SiiU'erage, as its advocates would have you be lieve. The states w here Women have made most progress ure those iu which Women Sull'erage bills have been most steadily and decisively defeated. There has been but. slight, improve ment, if any, in the laws of the states where woiiii u vote, due altogether to the fact of t hat vote. If the HUll'erage movement were to disband today and no women ever vote, not a single great interest would sull'er. On the other hand, were Women Sull'erage granted iu Oregon, it would bet the State back for many years. f - rt'r i 's.' f's'S W r 'sir ' ' J 's s ' BISSINGER & CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF,, Have established a warehouse iu Lakeview for the accommodation of cattlemen .and sheepmen of Lake county, where they will buy beef hides, horse hides, Dclts of all kinds, horse hair. etc.. .at San Francism $ prices, freight deducted. Warehouse located in The Ked 'utchershop uild ing, near the Mammoth Livery Stables. J. I Duckworth of the North Lakeview Feed Yard is their Special Agent, with instructions to pay the prices stated above, IN CASH. CASH PAID FOR ALL HIDES.