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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View This Issue
THE BETTER THE GRADE
THE BETTER THE TRADE.
During the month of June I will redeem all
outstanding Crockery Coupons in exchange for
The assortment comprises all kinds of FRUIT
SETS-LEMONADE SETS-WATER SETS,
PICKLE DISHES-WATER PITCHERS-CAKE
STANDS-FRUIT STANDS-CENTER SETS
Every piece of glassware in our stock is at
your disposal in exchange FREE for coupons.
BRING THEM IN
ERY COUPONS FREE
WITH EACH 25 CENT
CASH PURCHASE AT
1 FEED AND LIVERY STABLE
C. S. LOVELESS. PROPRIETOR.
I propose to otTer the public a stopping place where their
horses wil be fed and cared for as they would be cared for at
I will also keep a team and rig to hire.
r'Y;1'1111'1111 11 11 fin inn niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiii'y
I 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 hostler5
and careful drivers, who will always be
ready to wait on our customers.
HERYFORD & DYKEMAN
Fresh dates at tho 8oda Work.
Patch liuteli tit tho Brewery Sa
IXitoh lunch nt t bo Brewery Sa
Mr. Talbot of Uono Is hero, pre
sumably to buy sheep.
1C A. Hawkins was down from
Crooked Crook Sunday.
A. II. Hiuuinorsloy brought tho volo
in from Thomas Crook product.
Sovonil Ynlnax Indian havo omno I
hero to work during tho summer.
I1'. O. Bunting brought m tho
Prows valloy voto Tuesday inoiuing.
Mrs. Bony, of tho restaurant, had1
liooii vory sick fr several days past.
F. F. Harris has been sutforlntf tho
past week with Mood poison in his
K. B. Urisol oamo ovor from Flush
Monday night, arriving hero Tuesday
Mm. llt.-i, who has Won cooking at
tho l'alaeo restaurant, wont to Warner
Farmers who wish to rid no good
imilts will do w oil to see FlUrt Mor
ris' tine Juok. tf
Ouito ii number of our town people
wont to Fine Crook last Sunday to nee
tho hull game.
Mr. nnl Mrs. S. T. Colvlu returned
Momlay evening, from Liueoln, Calif.
where they spout tho winter.
Jack Clark a pioneer of Warner
vnllov was ill town Monday after h
load of machinery for haying.
X. Arzuer started for 1'ortliiud Sun
day morning to attend tho Masonic
Iodgo to I io held in that city this
K F. Conn started for Pallis Tues
day morning to I'riiiK his family
homo. He expects to to ubsont
about 10 days.
K. S. Fde was up from I'ino I'rii'k
I Saturday completing tho sale of his
i hotel at thht plaeo to Messrs. MePon-
ald A Gallagher.
We havo for sale a neat house and
lot in the vieinity of tho school house.
The plaee ean Ik had for f l.", cash,
which is very cheap. tf
H. Barnes, tho Kolseyville, Calif.,
miller, is in this county straightening
up his business affairs. He will re
main here a couple of months.
C. B. Parker and wife nnd little
daughter, who havo lseu livinrf at
Adol hi ice their return from San Fran
cisco spent several days in Iikeview
the pant woek.
Fd Bond was over from Flush Sun
day und returned homo to vote. lie
loft Flush again Monday evening
about S oelock and arrived in Lako
view Tuosduy morning.
Mrs. C. Henkle received a telegram
last Saturday statiug that hor father
was dangerously ill at his home at
Echo, this state, and she loft Sunday
morning for his liedside.
L. Adams, the Fagleville, Modoc
county, stockman, arrived in Lake
view Saturday evening on a business
trip. Mr. Adams was here a fow weeks
Sua Jay. l was sprinkling rain w hen i ago, and our people are pleased w ith
his frequent visits.
A moving picture show came into
town Monday and gave performances
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday nights.
Some very good pictures wore thrown
on the screen. Tho show was given in
the Schminck building.
Iast Sunday was ipiito a rainy day ;
showers at intervals throughout the
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cupv the Boyd house on Water street Hardest or. ine season. o.u..k"
,lorim Hit. ..l.-enre of Mrs. C. O. 1 showers lasted but a few minutes, tho
was down from l'ldaloy
for n couplo of day last week.
lion, Hankliii inado n trip to Hum
mor Inko, returning last Halurday.
Frank Marshair familiar face lias
Wen neon on our at root h Clio past sev
Al. Christen, tho .X teamster, was
down from Chewauoan after supplies
Sunday, returning Monday.
0. T. Thompson was over from his
ranch last Saturday after some lino
hos J. F. Puokworth was keeping for
Andy Morris was hero from Adol
last week, and purchased a new saddle
for his sou. Mr. Morris did not lor
Hot The F.xamiuor.
F. C. Ahlstrom Hnd wife and ttoo.
Chand'or and or Miss Ottie Meldned
Holow wo (tlvo ropoH of tho wosthsr
as roenrded by til lovornolit wrsthr
biironii ststiou at Tho FusVlnor Olllro.
This rosrt is ehiiiiKe'l ouch Vok, mid If
our readers wish to keep ll yoiny record
ol woslher conditions for fntiirV refer.
onio, rut out tho report alm-.tf thoHck
linn and irnsto it III K srrnp hook ih
week after snolher. This reord will
tsken on TuesiU" to end ouch neck nihI
ts'Kin on Woilnehdiiy for tho net week
tlovernmont Wosther Hnromi rt-
tion al l-Hkeview , Oreu
CO. MrmsKH. Cooporativo (ibservor.
Week einlliiK Tuesday, .1 1 l!MMl
Lakeview And Vicinity
X. Fine and w ifo were in Lakeview
Wai. Foutson was in town last Sun
day from the sheep camp.
Mrs. S. O. Cressler will visit her
folks at Cedarville for several months.
Send your brood mares to ElWrt
Morrris' fine youun Jack, on the West
D. U. Clealnd, the Flush sheepman,
spent a few days in town first of the
Mr. T. A. Crump the Adol rancher
and stiK-kraiser, paid our town a visit
last Friday on business.
Stock Inspector Clarksou returned
to town after a brief trip over the
sheep raut'e, last Saturday.
Frank Romer, the ranch boss on the
70 ranch in Lower Chewaucau, was
down from there last Saturday and
L (J. Ward, the Iiidwell farmer,
was over lal week, lie .-raited home
tie left town.
F. A. Fitzpatrick and wife i-peut a
few days in town la.-t week from the
ZX lauch, of which Mr. Fitzpatrick
Several biuvy loads of printed mat
ter pertaining to Lee Beall's campaign
left the Herald office last Saturday
fur disrtibiitioti over the county.
Mr. and Mrs H. S. Colvin will
wont out to the Chandler ranch
Sunday for a day's pleasure.
(ioo. Ivnuncy, tho Summer Lake
stock man was In town last week. He
has Wen K'atheriuK up stock that had
strayed away from the place.
Mr. Lackev. fornioilv a resident of
this place, returned here a few days
iifc'o. Wo havo hen rd that it was his
intentions to start a restaurant hero.
Mr. J. N. Watson was piito sick
with toustlitis the past seve.nl days.
Wo are pleased, however, to report
her condition much improved at this
Win. lobkius came down from Che
waucau last Friday alter a load of
barb wire. He brought down a load
of potatoes for Hert Feed and left
them with Ilailey A Massluriill..
Frof. J. I. Willits Mulshed his term
of school at Now Fine Creek ami re
turned home last Saturday. He
taught a very successful school and
the progress of the pupils is remark
S. S. Fan inter ami wife were down
from Faisley last week to meet and
visit with their son Walter, who was
hero from A It urns for a short stay.
They were accompanied by their
Win. Farkor, a former Fort land
newspaper correspondent spent several
days In our town last woek aud went
down to the mines Monday to seo, and
probably write-up tho new minim;
camp for a Fortlaud daily.
Ioc Kcall is sick with tousilitis.
On election day Mr. lleall was advised
to KO to lied, but tho day was too ex
citing' for that and he was on the
streets all day with a severe sore
throat ami hih fever but had to
finally nivo up.
Mr. II. A. ShampaiK'n, the sheep
buyer, returned ho'o last Friday from
an exteudi-d trip to San Francisco
ami other points. He believes that
wool is about as hik'h as it will wt
this spring, and sheep are selling here
for more than they are worth other
last thur. I
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sat 'V .M I :- I
sun. 2 I ;u I
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t.lxlit nontht mi Trial.
Aflcr eluht luoiitlis of iihcoiimIiik
effort, we hne the sat Isfacl loll of
kuowliiK that our business Is needed
III Lnkeilew. nnd that we Inivo
pleaM-d our trade filcud both. In the
character nnd mine f khihIh uffereil
them, and In our methods of IiuhIiiomm.
Mo have d inure ImimIiii ms than
we believed could W done bore In our
exclusive lines, mid Hnd Ihn l ur pat
rolls are In every Instance, pleased
with the treatment nlvcii t hem. Our
palrouane Is uroivlnn ever.v day.
The most oneniiriiuliitf leaiure oi
lir blislliess Is, that we moot t llO
same people nt niir coiini-rH day
we bine striven to deserve tho
Kiii ill ii 111 nnd confidence of our pat
rons, ami we U lleve we tnr.o sue-cecded.
' Our thanks are hereby tendered
those who have favored us wit li their
patronage, and iveproiiilse that they
'shall haveeiery bemllt that ivr by
! wldeaivake met hods and pnliiMak.'nj;
labor can ulie them, hi the futuru
! colldlK't of our business.
we will neier y;ve up trying t
please ami benelll you.
lie are In dally receipt of Now
(ioo, Is noli ; the best llhd latest III
We will not buy anything else.
See our K"odH and et our price
n hen yon need anything worn by
IVutiieli and i hlldreli.
A linn M. Ncllon Co.
Dnu of the biKKest schemes for ad
vert isin,' Oregon has been undertaken
iu Fortlaud by Phillip Bates publisher
of Oregon's Croat iiK'rlcultural Month
ly the l'acitlc Not thw ont. The prop
osition is nolhiiik' less than the taking
of :U yoiiiik' ladies, one from each
Ceorfc'o Fitzgerald came in from his I county of the htate t; the .lamestowu
Found mountain shoco riuuro Satur- 1 Fxiionitioii which will open ..my i.nu
rAT THE OLD STANDS &
X v W
.... . , K(fi
Our new stock oi goods have arrived
and is complete in everything usually
j found iu a first-class Drug Store; con-
; sisting of Fancy Stationery, Writing
Tablets, Spelling Blanks, Fens and l'en
cils, Ink and Mucilege, Fancy Soaps and
Toilet articles, Tooth Brushes, etc.
A. L. THORNTON & CO.
Mttzker who is v'oiijtf Fast to vi.nit
Lor mother a couple of months.
Si Henderson and Lafe Whetstone
Lave taken a contract to haul :.0,uoU
fOtt of sawlotra for the Camas sawmill,
and uay put in a half million feet.
They are at work at the contract now
with one C'-X team and one horre team.
S. F. AhLjtroni and J. W. Tucker,
who went to Fortlaud as delegates to
the Grand Lodtfe of Odd Fellows, re
turned home Saturday evening. They
report a very enjoyabls trip. Tho ses
sion of the (irand Lodge only lasted a
couple of days, and was largely at
I have leased the V. M.
Harvey pastures, and have
one field that has formerly
been reserved for hay, which
I will open up ior cow pas-
streets were a sheet of water in less
time than it takes to tell about it.
Rev. Snyder has been very sick for
sevreal days. Last Friday he and Mr.
Boydstun went out to Mud creek llnh-
iuK aud Mr. Snyder was not feeliug
very well and caught a severe cold.
Monday was his first day on the
streets since ho returned.
I have a fine youutf Jack which I
am standing at .S-uU for insurance.
Mares from a distance can lo left in
good pasture at the Oliver ranch and
will le attended to promptly, l or
particulars call on me on the West
Side, or address at lakeview, Oregon.
FlM-rt Morris. tr
wanted: (Jeutleinun or Lady with
good refervrjee, to travel by rail or
with ritf. for aiirm of fL'.sl.Omoo cap
ital. Salary flO.-'.oo jht year and
expenses; salary paid weekly and ex
penses advanced. Address, with
stamp, J oh, A. Alexander, Lekevicv.
s' ture June first, at
$2 PER MONTH
Strictest attention given
all stock left in my charge
I will not be responsible for
breach v stock that get out
of the pasture, but will do
what I can to get them back.
Horses brought up once a
week, if desired.
T. B. METZKER.
day, where ho says he made a good
lambing. Mr. Fitzgerald bought the
Aml,ro.- sheep but will not receive
them till fall, lie will shear his sheep
at Found iiioiinlain, and will havo a
good clip of wool.
Regarding the coyote killing pub
lished in The Fxumiiier a few weeks
ago, wherein we uunoiincod that Win.
Hartlep.de, l ied B.uklcy and W. H.
Boydstiin had killed 17 coyotes in one
day, Mr. Hartlerode claims more of
the honor for himself aud Mr. Hartley
than our account of the alfair seemed
to credit them with. Mr. Hartlerode
has a reputation for being a slayer of
wild animals and expects to contest
the world's championship with Fresl
dent Roosevelt the next time "Teddy"
comes out West on a bear hunt.
Al. Barnes went to Fine Creek last
Saturday to assist iu starting the
New Fine Creek Miner. That's the
at .lamestowu, llgllila. 1 tie Im
position is to commemorate the tlrst
settlement of the Fllglish ill the I" II it -ud
States which took plaeo in J"siT.
This historical el out iu the history of
our country is one which gives oppor
tunity for a wonderful exploitation of
the great strides which hale taken
place in th pa-t y ars and the
Jamestown 1 '.xposit ion, from an edu
cational standpoint, will no doubt
proie an exceptional undertaking
along these linos, tine farmers' dan- :
ghter from each county inOregoti will i
be taken by Mr. Bates. She will carry i
a large amount of literature for goner- ;
al distribution along the lines of trav-
i 1 which it is expected our boards of i
Trade w ill furnish. !
The method of choosing our candi
date rests w holly with the fanner'
daughters on our uity. They are ,
all entitled to compete for the honor.;
It is a simple proposition depending;'
name of the paper to be started at the on the number of ul ci ipt Ions sent in
State Line city. Tho first issue will ''' t he candidates. The cost of tho
.... .. . . . . paper is fsi cents a year ami trom oui
probably be gotten out about next ; (I1'ljwl(.llk,(, U folly worth a dollar. All
Thursday, June 10. Tho people of tho t.V,enses will be paid and tho estimat
south en J of tho county should, aud ed cost of the trip is over ii,". II
will irovo a wonderful aiivcriisiuoui.
for our county ns Mr. Bates makes n
no doubt will, appreciate a newspaper,
as it will tend to build up their town
and levelop the resources of tho coin
tnunitr as nothing else can do. Mr.
Koozer has our good will, and the
people our congratulations.
charge for tho work he will do for ns
and wo trust his oll'oits to make Ore
gon bettor known throughout tho
United States w ill receive the support
of every ono in our county. j
BISSINGER & CO.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF..
.PELTS AND HIDES.
The Lakeview Mercantile
Co. will pay, for hides in
Beef Hides 17c per lb
Sheep Felts Me per lb
frill find see us before
ll-ivt established a warehouse in Lakeview for the
ih accommorttit ion of cattlemen and sheepmen of Lake
Q - . - IP
& count v, where tiny will buv bi el hides, horse hides
pelts of all kinds, horse hair, etc., at San Francisco
ju ices, freight deducted.
Warehouse located in The Red iiikdiershop Jiuild-
ing, near the Mammoth Livery Stables.
J. F. Duckworth of the North Lakeview Feed Yard,
is their Special Agent, with instructions to pay thq
prices stated above, IN CASH.
! CASH PAID FOR ALL HIDES.
selling elsewhere. .