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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1906)
Dutch lunch at tin- Brewery Ha
It. linl.iT U Imto willi a ntrtnu of
race htii-Hi'M lilting them tnr tlm July
L, 1. l'YiikfK brought over tlm re
Iuiiin of election from Hf nit li Wnrner
Pick Brown, who Iiiih been working
nt Hotel Lnkevlew for u lung time, U
tuklug a rent. V. II. Turner Im now
W. V. I'Yeehnrg went out on tlm
telephone lino TiK'H'luy to in uk n hiiiiki
much ti !- I ( I ("1'iilrM. Hit will win k
between t '( uiul l'uihli y.
Mi'ii uiul tennis liiivn been secured
ly tin N C (. Co. uiul work will hoou
coiiiinein-e nt Minli'llim mul nt Likely
on llm extetixlon of Unit, roml to the
lut tr pluce.
A mini liy tlm mime of I'rixl Arker
iiiiiii, u ttliH'k mini of Modoc I'oiiiity,
iioar Alt limit fill ilnml from liU horse
nun iluy luHt oiii'k while driving n
buml of horses.
Tho Crawford iiiii of noiiilmitiiig
roimty olth'ci'H hh adopted ly the
leiiioerutio hi it y In Modoc county.
Tint pi I'linrii'M will li In-Ill on t ln l.Mli
Mr. .1. H. Dewey, who him been nt
Jliilwell for Hevei'lll W'Cekx, in now nt
I'iiik Creek lining dental work. II"
expects to be in I.ukveiew before
lung. Mtm. ewey Hccoiiipiiiiicd her
J;i. i hi nt nt I i) liol t. A 1 1 it 1 1 1 h of
I n k 1 vnn III, cotnliiitti'il kiiIi-IiIii on
Juiiit int. Mr. Admits wiih oim of tlm
liri'titi'iit nu n In 'onri-wi. riihli
Hrt wiih cmmi'il by kiihimv liiriimity,
wlilrh i'iiiiki u hi him Mi'Mi-nly.
CIiiim. Milton mill 'iimlly ciune over
from Aili'l Tui'Milu)' mi ii hliort visit
with. I. T. Mitki-r mul fumily. Mr.
Milton Im n brother of Mtm. Mctker.
i hurt Ix-en working on th corporu
tion riiiich in Warner.
Win. Shirk, K I', ('mill mul Sum
Crt'Bhlcr with lon from I,nkivli
till Week Oil lllll-llll'fH COUIHM'tl'll with
tin i xtuto of thi W. II. Whltteitiore.
A P'lutivi' of the deceased iu'coiiiiiiii
il t Iiimii. It Im reported Unit tlm
heirs w ill dispone of nil tlm property
in thin mill Itkn county. I'liiinili'iili-r
V. T. Mrloiiuli mul U. (iiilluk'h.ir
mul tlu-ir wives worn up from J'lni'
Creek Saturday iittemliii'j to luiueHN
iniittrrM pertaining to their recent pur
cIihhii of tlm K'ht Hotel mill buying
iini new furniture fop tho hotel.
They have great fiiith in tlm future of
thi'ir 1 it tl city, nuil their expect it
tluiiH tire "iTtiiln of renlir.tttioii.
WultiT Banister, ii former Paisley
hoy w ho hits been making hi home
in A I tu run tho past year, attending
school, was in Iiikevlor hiht week
with the AltuniH Thcatricid company,
nuil wiui one of tlm nt-iir actors. Wul
ter Iiiih thrown iihnnut into imtuhooil,
mul in ii Hue looking young lumi who
In laying t he foiimliit ion for it hrluht
future. Mr, ItuniHtcr hit relatives
mill friends both in Lakeview mul at
Paisley who hope he will tlmilly he
come one of Alt urns' prosperous busi
The Pacific Northwest, h I'ortlmul
miik'iiine, for May in u ,".h5 page eili
t liu of th'Mcript ivo mutter of Oregon.
It coiitaiiirt n pn write-up of eucli
county in the htiite, wrritten hy the
piilillnlmrrt of the principu) liewnpHperd
in the htiite. The BulijN-t unel "Why
lioi'H t'ounty olfer j tho liont llehl
for invohtment ami for tho Homo-Hi-eker?"
upplii-i to each of tho arti
cle!. Taking tho IsHiif an a whole, it
in the I tent lulvertinoinen for Oregon
that Iiiih ever deen gmttea out in tho
Htiite, uiul every rcHitJciit in tho tttato
who in interest il In tho development
of hiit particular county could not do
more toward induoing immigration
tlmu to hco that one' or two of thetto
niagnineit aro Bent j to hoiiio friend.
Many people will ho attracted to Ore
gon ly reading thltt iiiagalno, an it
Iiiih n very wido circulation through
out tho l'.IIHt. j
Why Is it that Aycr's Hair
Vigor does so many remark
able things? Because it is a
hair food. It feeds the hair,
puts new life into it. The hair
cannot keep from Rrowing.
And gradually nil the dark,
rich color of early life comes
back to gray hair.
HWlin I Drat mml Ajir'i lllr Vlu'T mr
li.lr ai uliuiil nil Krr "'" " " '
ill h liUi'k. Hint llilrk H 1 l lit W'l'
MllH. hlAN KUII-KlthHIIHN. TlHiMlllllM.i.
I .(Ml B tllltllO. ' AVI
All il ilt-i' l-t
fl ..... i . Mi--
imw nrntrine miwi
JVonh daton kt tho Kudu Work".
mo Kail (1hiic, U,ttirdiir night.
W. . McCormnck hroughl tho Iml
lotn tUwn from VnMvf Tuendiiy.
Other Tiw-ii homeH urn expected here
In a few ttayn to prepare for tlm July
Do not fan to at tnd tho IIiimo Hall
diinco HiiturdKy night. Tho grandeMt
time eimurod it ,ny likn event of tho
Mm. ii. N. W'aliV;n received h few
(layn ago n nilver Hfvou and four co
per centit that went through tho Hun
I'riiiiclw-o lire, an hihi-hIih.
Mr. mid Mrit. htoinwnll Vernon
cnuio over from Iiiiko City Tui-Miliiy m
HliHwer to H telephone Xnnouiicing
that Mr. mid Mm. Moore'n (iltlo Hon
wan daugerouHly ill,
I a. AdailiH purcllliHi-d lii-tweei UMH)
mid I'M) head of xheep from K. li.
('handler llrnt of the week. Wo umli-r-Htand
the price paid wiih (1 for IiiuiIim
mid ?!l for young ow-n to he d-liverel
Si-rvli-i-B at the Mithoiliht MpiHcopal
Chun-li, Iakeview, Kunday, June
loth. Kunday School at 10 a. m.
I'n-iirhiiig nt 11 h. in. and iiIho at K p.
in. league at 7 : l-ri p. in. Kvifrylnxly
not engaged clitewtiero crodinll) Invit
Kauford Snyder, l'lu-tor.
W. C, WitherH and family mid Mr.
Holly llayeH, formerly Mim. J. A.
Wit hem, cumo down from I'aiHley
Tui-Milay for u short vlult in Iikeview.
Mrt. llayi-H Iiiih lii-i-u vinit iug her old
home and n-lntivcH ahout I'ainley for
Hi-vn-iil week, and her hiiHliaud Ih ex- i
pected hero fioin Hcppm-r miiiii and '
they will remain Heveral montliK.
Tommy I'erriH, the Wurni-r valley'
rancher mul ptorkman, came over!
from tin-re TiieHilny. Mr. J-Vrriit Iiuh 1
not heen taking Tho Knxmim-r for
three or four yearH, hut recently he
Iiiih liecome Inli-ri-Hti-d in it. and biijrt
it lit it hetter paper than ever lief ore, '
cmiHi-iuently he, like many otherit of
lute, Mitid: "hi-nd mo The Kxnuiiricr. "
MASK MALI. DANCK. At the hull
Suturday night, June !'th. Cumo cull
ed at H:.U, p. m. Tii ketH (. I'mpire,
reolmrg. Mattery, l'rlro A I'rice.
toucher, Carrall. (into keeper, Moyd.
Scorer, I'm tin. (iroumlii will he in
excellent condition for the event. All
enthuHiiiMtic f iiiih are cordially invited
to at tend. Signed Committee.
The I nine hull lioyH will give a grand
ball Saturday night, for tin purpose
of raiHiug fiuiiln with which to fence
uud otherwiiio heiiutify the hall
grouudH, which, when complete, will
he tho handHomcHt and iiiohI conven.
lent in tho .country, Kveryhody
nhould attend and iiHHiHt tho hoyn in
tliin work. Tho hall guuieri have been
an enlivening feu tare of the hcumou'm
uiiiiiKciiii-ntH uud hhould he encouruged
Mr.A . K. Iown iuforuiit uh that he
ruught two large wild cats in trapn
one nlglil luM week. I lie vurmitit
liad liei-ii coining i-ito hiri coituIh
nighisaud killing IiiiiiIih, uud he could
not watch clone enough to nee them,
ho he net nix trupfl uround a hunch of
Huge linmh where he had thrown the
head of a mutton. A little while after
dark ho heard tho trupH rattliug and
upon going o'lt found a very lurge
wild cat in one of the trapH. Tho rat
wiih killed and tho trapn rem-t. Next
morning another out was there. lie
thinks there are moro in tho rocktt
above Iiih place and will continue to
trap for them.
MOORE. In Lakeview, Oregon,
June 6, iW6, Harold Everett,
son of Air. and firs. Charles fl.
Hoore. aeed .1 year, o months
and J days.
Funeral will lie held at the M.I-:.
Church at '2 o'clock, Friday, June 8.
Friends and aciiualntanccH, enpoelnl
ly children, are cordially Invited to
Reward for Horses
I will pay 5.00 I to ward for tho do
livery of any and all unbroken liorsea
found In ilelda or outHido in Luke
County, South of the desert, or In
Modoo county, California, branded
with uu old liorsetihoo and a frebh tri
angle brand underneath, on both jaws.
Tho horo8hoo pluced on tho jaws the
name at iu my advertisement In this
paper, and triangle bo as to cover up
tho bur, on both jaws.
To bo delivered at Lakeview.
W. W. MMOWN.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
tl,0.USt atr of f BOuiKKS to your
thetrouaaraault you wh.n they ar f
i,r a paiiur. The doth la apUndta raiw
.S-AouV?" rn hmrTa WQQLEN
today tut JTJUUfi aawtilaa.
It. I), Maplemlen him flnlnhed hl
nanviiM of tho county and thowi who
wIhIi to order fruit tree from the Ore
gon Niimery Co., can wnd their order
to Mr. Mnpleitden nt 1X1 Linda Ave.,
Oakland, California., and their order
will receive tho mime prompt atten
tion that Mr. MuploHdon would give it
were ho hero to take tho order. Mr. '
Mapleitden unniionreH that ho hen
done an Hcceptlonalljr good bulnoH"
In thin county thU uprlng and will ;
bring In tho (Incut lot of nurnery atoe.k ,
thht fall ever brought to tho coun
l'eridleton, Wnlla WmIIh, and eoversl
nort hweHtern Oregon mid noiithwuHtern
WaHhlngtoii towiiM aro exjerlenclng a
deluge of water from tho mountain
rlverH and creckn. Tho Umatilla river
w ent out of Mm ban kit and Inundated
about one-third of the city of Pendle
ton, while Heveral other towns are
partially under water. It Ih Htimntd
that over n million dollar damage Iiiih
been done to farm along tho river
bottoum and in the towim, while con
siderable damage Iium Ik en dono to
railroad triukH and bridgeH. The
heftvy raiiiH that have prevailed for
two x eekn over all tho wentern dtateit
hint limited the hiiow In the inountaiuii
which f'-U to enormoiiH depth during
the winter montlm and the chapnelH
are wholly luiidi.-qiiute to contain the
large volume of water. It in not tin
reiiHouuble to expect high water in
I'ortluud and otn-r to wiih near tho
Columbia and Willamette rivers when
thene w atem have time to reach
thoHo pluccH. Tlio WiHuuiette, an well
uh the Columbia draitiH h largo ter
ritory. Devel's Island Tortur
in no whthc thiti the terrible ci) of
PIloM that ulllcted me for lO yeara.
Then I whh mlvlHed toitppl.v Mucklen'it
Ariiicn Salve nud 1i-h than n box
pi-riiiniiently cured me, wrltea L. S.
Nupii-t of lCtig;leM, Ky. Heal nil
woiiihIm, MuriiH and Si itch like male.
at r.eall drugglMt.
Notice of the restoration of public
luiidit to Hcttlenient nud entry: De
partment of the Interior, Oeneral
limd OHIce, .May lit, l!!. .Notice U
i hereby iven that the Secretury of the
'Interior on May I'A r.UMi, Iiuh releaned
I from withilrauul for irriutioii puriOH
i-s the followlliK described lands in the
Lakeview lund itintrict iu Oregon:
Klumiith project, t IreKon, Willamette
Meridinn. Township 40 SS., It. l K., hll
hccs. i :t, 1", U. V, iSi, St and '.W; T.
41 S., K. (i K, nil sees. 1, 'A 5, , 11
12 and fractional pecs. 13 to 17 inch ;
T. S., K. 7 IL all sees. VJ, 'Jit, to
i"i incl., :tl and M ; T. W K., li. 7 K.
all sees 1 to f, mid 7 to 18 incl. ; T. 'M
S., K. 7' j H. all sees. 1, II, 12 uud
T. :v, S.t K. 7 K., all sees. 1 to 4, U to
14 Incl., Ut and ; T. :w K., 1 8 Jl
all sees : to incl. ; T. M S, Ii. 8
11, ull sees. 1 to 12 and 10 to 21 incl. ;
T. 40 S., K. 8 K. all sees, 18 to 20 and
28 to 32 incl. ; T. 41 S.. Ii. 8 R, all
sees. t, 7 and fractional sees. 17 and
H; T. 37 S., li. 1' L., all sees 1 to 5, 8
to 17, 20 to 2!, nud 32 to ilti incl. ; T.
.'W S., It. Id-:, all sees 1 to ii, 8 to 17
and 20 to 27 Incl. ; T. 3!) S., Ii. ! II,
all sees. 0 and 7 : T. 40 S., K. !t L, all
sees. 22. 25, 20, and 'M; T. 37 S., li.
10 11 ; ull sees 1 to 13 inch, 18 and 24 ;
T. 38 S., Ii. 10 L, all sees. 7, 17, to
22 and 2ti to :i5 incl. ; T. 41 S., li. 10
K., all sees. 5 and 0; T. 38 S., II 11
h., all sees 1 to 17, 20 to 20, and 33 to
M incl. ; T. :VJ S., li. 13 K., all sees.
3 to 10, 15 to 22 Inc., 24., 2-5, 28 to 30
incl., 32, 35 and ih; T. :C) S. Ii. 11
F... all sees. 22, 23, 2i to 20 aud 32 to
35 incl. ; T. 40 S., li. 11 E., ull sees,
5 to 0, 13 to IS, 22 to 24 inch, 20 and
27; T. 38 K., K. 11'.. K., nil sees. 1 to
5 incl., 8, i, 10., 17, 20 and 21 ; T. IV
S., li. 12 II, ull sees I to 0, 0 to 10,
22 to 25 incl. ; T. 40 S., Ii. 12 E., all
sees 1 to 5, 7 to 20 inch, and 30; T. 40
K., li. 13 E., all sees,, 7, 8, 10 to 22
and 27 to M incl. ; T. 41 S., li. 13 E.,
ull sees 3 to 11, 14 to 17 inch, and frac
tion sees. 20 to 24 incl. ; T 40 S., li.
1 4 E. all sees 1 to 3, i to 10, 22 to 27
and 34 to 30 incl. ; T. 41 S., li. 14 E.
all sees. 1 to 4, 0 to 10 inch, and all
fractional sees. 21 to 24 incl., and he
has directed thut the aforesaid, lands
be immediately restored to settle
ment, but not to become subject to
entry, tiling or selection at the Unit
ed Stutes land otllce ut Lakeview,
Oreuou. until September 3, UHHj, J.
IL. Fiinplo, Acting Commissioner of
tho lieuerul Lund Otllce. Approved
E. A. Hitchcock, Secretary of the
May 31 Aug. 23.
. k Tho Hhi-hc vCounti
I.lve Stock AbkocIh
linn, o( M hicb 1 aro
tuWKrd for evidence
leading to the con
viction of partiei
1CR11IIK HtOL'K ue
loiiKttiir to it irn-m-Ihth.
In addition 1
offer J.AKI reward
Home brand borne-
k.oe bar 011 either
or both Jawa. Re
Range, llnrm-r, bake and Cr.-iok t'onntlea.
Ilorw-i vented when aold. Homen told to pain
through tliU ai-ctloti will bo reiocUd In ttili
paper. If not ao rcmrte(!, please write or tele
phone The Timei Herald, Main J4, rlujns, Ore
gou W W Brown, M(o. Ore.
Reward for Horses
I will give 120.00 Howard for the
delivery, In Lnkeview or ntuiy rnnc?)
ntwngontlrw Mountain, of any and
all unbroken rauge horses, 4-year-old
and upwards, unblemished, ranging
In Lake county, Oregon, branded
with an old horseshoe 011 both Jaws,
without any other brand on tho unl
mal; horseshoe open part downward
tho saino as cut In the following ad
vertisement, w. w. Hhown.
u....ur. that vou .., ; . , , .
that U.y uiu.t aU.ry you or you iiMd niil
shrluk. it will kMp IU ahapa and
MILLS CO. t PORTLAND OREGON
1 ,7''AV .'.-
Our complete line of Ladies' Summer dress goods,
consisting of Silk Mulls, Taffetas, Voiles, Batiste,
Ventura Suitings, Organdies, India Linens & Lawns,
Shirk Waists, Silk Shirts, Muslin Underwear, and
Children's BUSTER BROWN DRESSES, and Boys'
White and Colored Waists, have just arrived.
PRICES AR.E LOWER than ever before known
j S.J Buggies I
j VflWW Wagons j
A Car Load of Wagons and
Buggies Soon to Arrive.
The best assortment
in Lakeview or any other town off
the railroad. A complete stock
of Hardware. Call and ex
amine our Stock; we
can please you.
J. E. BERNARD & 50N
Land office nt Lakeview, Oregon,
May i, rHi. Notice is hereby given
thut the following-named settler has
tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim,
aud that said proof will be made be
fore Jiegister and lieceiver at i-.aKe-view
.Oregon, on the 10 day of June,
I'.tOOviz: Jonas C. Woodward, II. E.
No. 2500 for the El NEU Sec. 12 Tp.
XI S., li. 17 E., V. M. and NVi4'
Sec. 7 Tp 33 S., li. 18 E., W. M. He
names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz: Demis
E. New by, John G. lieebe, W. K. Mc
Cormuck and lioy Woodward all of
J. N. Watson, Register. 19-23
WANTED : by Chicago wholesale and
mail order house, assistant manager
(man or woman) for this county and
adjoining territory. Salary 120 and
expenses paid weekly ; expense money
advanced. Work pleasant; position
permanent. No investment or exper
ience required Spare time valuable.
Write nt once for full particulars aud
enclose self-addressed envelope.
SUPEK1NTEDNENT, 132 Lake St.
Chicago, 111. 12t
Human Blood Harks.
A tale of horror was told by marks
of human blood In the home of J. W.
Williams, a well known merchaut of
BiW. Ky. He writes: "Twenty yenrs
ag(I had severe hemorrhages of the
lungs, aud was near death when I
began taking Dr. King's New Discov
ery. J6 completely curea me and l
nave remained wen ever since. It
cures Hemorrhages. Chronic Coughs,
Settled Colds aud Bronchitis, and Is
the only knowncurefor Weak Lungs.
Every bottla guarauteed by lx"e
lleall Druggist. 50cand 11.00. Trial
Baan tii 1 he Rini YiHi Han Always Boil
and styles ever shown !
Iu the County Court of the State of
Oregon, For the County of Lake.
In the matter of the Estate of,
WARREN B. WHITTEMORE, De
ceased. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given, that the
undersigned were, by an order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Lake, made and
entered ia the above entitled Matter
on the loth day of May, 1900, duly
appointed as the Executors of the
Last Will and Testament of Warren B.
Whittemore, deceased, and have qual
ified as such.
All pei sons having claims against
the estate of said deceased are hereby
required to present the same, duly
verified and with the proper vouch
ers, within six months from the date
of this Notice, to said Executors, at
the First National Bank, of Lakeview,
iu Lakeview, Lake County, Oregon.
Dated at Lakeview, Oregon, June
S. O. Cressler,
W. II. Shirk.
Executors of the last will and Testa
nieut of Warren B. Whittemore, De
FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
A High-grade College with
Beautifully located twenty-six miles
Full regular college courses.
Academy gives strong preparatory and
High School courses.
Conservatory of Music and School of
Art, with superior instructors.
Business branches taught.
Gymnasium and Field Athletics under
a Physical Director.
Library of 13,000 Volumes.
Healthful social life; religious influences.
All student enterprises active.
THE SCHOOL THAT STANDS FOR THE
BEST IN EDUCATION
WRITE FOR OATALOQUB
$1450 IN PURSES.
Races Commence on Mon
day, July 2nd.
The Lake County Agricultural Asso
ciation will give five days' racing on
their track in Lakeview, commencing
July 2nd, and ending Jnly 7th, 190a
The sum of IU50. will be distributed
in purses as follows:
FIRST DAY-JULY 2nd
i First Race, i mile dash, purse 1120
Second Race, h fur. for 3-year-olds,
SECOND DAY-JULY 3rd
Third Race, mile dash, purse $150
Fourth Race, mile heat, purse 230
THIRD DAY-JULY 5th
Fifth Race, mile dash, purse 150
i Sixth Race, mile heats, purse 175
I FOURTH DAY-JULY 6th
Seventh Race, i mile dash.
Eighth Race, 1 mile dash, purse 200
FIFTH DAY-JULY 7th
Ninth Race, mile dash, for
trotters and pacers, purse 1100
There will probably be other races
on the last day.
All races are free for alL
All of the above races are free for
all, four to enter and three to start
but the Association reserves the right
to hold a less number than four by re
ducing the purse in proportion to the
number of horses entered.
Entries to close the evening before
the race. The Pacific Coast Blood
horse Association rules to govern all
running races. Entrance fee ten per
cent of purse. Money to be divided
as follows : 70 per cent to the first
horse and 30 per cent to the second
The Association reserves the right
to change any of the above races, in
the event of not filling, or to change
the date of the last day's event to the
following day in case any other
amusement is announced for that
date. No money paid without a con
test. Board of Directors
F. M. Miller, V. L.
McKee, F. P. Light.
: Wm. Harvey,
V. L. SNELLING, F. P. LIGHT,
TIMBER LAI .OTICK.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1873,
United States Land Office, Lakeview,
Oregon, April 17, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that lu com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of congress of June 3, 1878, entitled,
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, aud Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, 1S02,
John E. lliller, of Slsson, county of
Siskiyou, state of California, Las tiled
In this office his sworn statement No
3023, for the purchase of the wj Swi,
SEJ SwJ, sec. 15; NEJ NwJ, sec. 22, la
township No. 33 S., R. 17 E., w. M.,
and will offer proof to show that
the land sought U more valuable for
Its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish hU
claim to Bald lund before
county clerk, at his official place
of business at Klumath Fulls, Ore
gon, on Friday, the 6th day of July,
l'Mii. lie names as witnesses:
chns. Mecuiuber of Dairy, Oregon,
( has. H. Dusenbery, chas. Mesner, ot
Klamath Falls, Oregon, E. A. MccuL
ley of Mccloud, California.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands aro
requested to file their claims in thhi
oh ice on or before said Oth day of
J. N. Watson,
I won i nmtiir mnww I tmj t t i -mr