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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1906)
That this is the season when we are
anxious to dispose of our surplus stock.
Special prices are placed on all Ladies'
Shirt Waists, Ladies' Under Vests and
other goods of various kinds. Don't
forget, you get all the benefit.
We are showing a new and attractive
ine of Caps for Women and Men.
FLORSHEIM SHOES. "For the man
Fall Samples of Royal Tailoring.
FEED AND LIVERY STABLE
C. S. LOVELESS. Proprietor.
Lakevlew And Vicinity
Nnto Smith was In totvu lust Satur
John FiUwatei wiw over from the
Wont Side Inst Saturday.
Tor something good try h raspberry
twain aoda lit tho Soda Work. 1
l C. llensaut mid wife returned
from Klamath Fulls last Friday.
Kobt. and Chan. Nelsou were ovir
from tho West Side last Saturday.
W. Z. Moos and family started ou a
' entnptng trio to Crater Lake Monday.
Mr. Isaac Kohnett . and daughter
were up from Willow Hunch last Sat
I FOK SALK two flue buildiug lots
'in Walters' Addition. F.miulre of
I Frank Hutehins, leaker lew. 2d-lt
i J. N. Watson and wife and nele
Misa Malwl Hoyd, start ed for Crater
! Lake -Monday on a vacation,
j Frank Ueid and family and tleorge
Iieid started for Crater Iake Sunday
) for a ram pint; ami flshiug trip,
t The Eveuiug Herald is the name of
j the daily paper at Klamath Falls, nud
I Mr. Crouemiller is the editor.
( Miss Mae Snider returned home a
j few days ago from an extended visit
jto Portland, Ashland and Klamath
I lleo. Nelson and Robert Morris
I came over from the West Side Wed
! nesdav eveuing to ride the W. O. W.
WOOD. I will take orders for wood
to te delivered any time after August
loth, to le cut out of large pine trees
;Jl-lm Mrs. Kosa McDauiels.
lick Simpson and son and Mrs.
I propose to oiler the public a stopping place where their
horses wil be fed and cared for as they would be cared for at
Johnson. Dick's mother-In law, re-
( turned from California a few days
)) j ago, where they spout a year looking
) j tor a better place than Lake county.
) I J. F. Snyder, the West Side farmer,
I was over to tow u last Saturday nud
. went down tho valley after a barley
crusher. He expects to crush barley
!a:ter threshing. lie returned Man-
I will also keep a team and rig to hire.
Hutch lunch nt the llrewery 8n
Dutch lunch nt tho Brewery Sn
S. 1). Coulter was over from Illy
J. W. Fin came over from Flush
Try J. II. Cutter whiskey, nt Hotel
Lakeview liar. 27tf
C. K. Sherlock's family are camping
ou Mud creek this. week.
Phil Lynch camo In from his sheep
camp ou Mud creek Sunday.
L A. Carriker was In town last
Saturday on his regular trip.
Frank Rutgers was here from the
sheep camp tho latter part of last
1CK for sale, from Milliard Canyon,
above town. Call ou J. P. Duck
W. A. MassiugiU came in from the
summer resort Sunday, returning
Horn. In Lakeview, Oregon, Mon
day Aug. (5, l'.HXi, to the wife of T. F.
Calderwood of Warner valley, a hoy.
L. D. Frakes of Warner Lake wni a
visitor to our city a couple of days
last week. Ho reports hay hands
scarce in Wai-uer, and tho crop abund
ant. .Miss .Max Miller is now ready to re
ceive both vocal and intttrumeutal
pupils, at het studio, one door north
of M. F.. Church. 'J7-lin
We have for sale a neat house and
lot in the vicinity of t lie school house.
The placo Can he had for f l."H, cash,
which Is very cheap. tf
ICK! ICK1! ICK HI 1 will de
liver Ice every Wednesday uiorniuc
ttlid Saturday eveuiug. leave orders
at 11. Reynold's store.
H. U Northrup. "S tf
j WANTED: Cook at Pine Creek,
j Lady prefer ml. Position steady and
work easy. Address, Iike Hotel,
New Piue Creek, Oregon. -Vtf
F. M. Miller and family went to
Plush last week, returning home Tues-I
We Wish to Announce to the
That he can be as well accommodated
at the MAMMOTH LIVERY 5TABLES 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.
HERYF0RD& DYKEMAN j
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i day. day. Mrs. Miller and son Vinty w ill
! Our contemporary boasted last week start for Portland t lii.-t week for a six j
I of having tasted a mess of tine veni- weeks' sojourn. j
i son. Better look out, ueighbor, the j .1. Frankl, who his been hero iimf-t j
1. Ill ! - ,1 1... , . .
Opeu season ior kiuiuk ueer um uuv i mi miiiiuer, e.xj'ei is 10 return to nnn i
arrived, and it is against the law to Francisco in a shut t time. He left
eat live ones I yesterday, ami will return here the
Ed. Field and. Win. Metzker were ,"tl,'r l"rt ,,f tlis month. j
iu from the Field ranch Monday. The manufacturers of J. H. Cutter
Tuesday Mr. Metzker went out to Lit-1 whiskey have placed a stoek of that!
tie Chewaucan after Frank Smith's j famous old brand on salo at tho Hotel
family who have been rusticating in , Lakeview IJ.ir. The J. 11. Cutter whis- i
! the mountains. They returned Wed- key is tho purest and best whiskey!
j nesday. I made; none better. "JT-tf j
Mrs. W. K Scammiin and Mrs.
Wyatt, who have been heie from 1
Plush several days left for their home 1
yesterday. Mrs. Scammon -got a lot
of stationary printed at this oltlce
while here for the Plush hotel.
Mrs. W. W. Free berg, formerly Miss j
Amelia Smith, who has held a posi-j
tioii as waitress at Hotel Lukcvicw for '
more than two years, resigned the!
position la.-t week and Mrs. Walter I
fH ' A "kid" base ball team is leing or-:
ganized here, made up of some mighty
3 ! good material. Tho boys are good
1 ' players and very enthusiastic, but
'can't quite get into tho "heavy
'weight" class. With practise they
j will he able to give the "profs" a
i good game.
Editor Koozer of the Pine Creek
Miner, was up to this city last Satur
day. Mr. Koozer believes that event
ually Lakeview will become a suburb Nyswaner has accepted the place. 1
of Pine Creek. All right Mr. Koozer, , Mr;). w. W. Finley of l!ly came over
if you'll let us call the future
Greater Lakeview we will knock
the partition fence.
wnnred: fjeiitlem.ni or Lmly with
good reference, to travel by rail or
with ritf. for n firm of ?J."mi,0 K).0) cap
ital. Salary $107J.W per year find
expenses; salary paid weekly and ex
penses advanced. Address, with
stamp, Jos, A. Alexander, I.ekeview,
We are informed that a party,
BISSINGER & CO.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.IF..
E Have established a warehouse in Lakeview for the
from there last Friday after
daughter, Miss Cori Finley, tho pho
tographer, to take her over to the
ranch for a week's visit. Mrs. Finley
made The Examiner otlice a pleasant
call and took a look at the typesetting
Mr. L. W. MacPaniels and wife of
Indianapolis, are in Lakeview this
week having arrived here last Satur
day. Their stay is indefluate, as Mr.
MacDauiels is a lite insurance man
name we did not learn, took an ! and spends a great deal of timetravel-
r.. i... w u,k or. the New Pine ing. He paid this otllco a pleasant
rwk Mim.r for S10OU. Wo cannot visit, just to get a
vouch for the truth of this statement, printer's
but we believe if it is so and Mr. printer.
Koozer's "nerve" develops ho will be) LOST. Either in town or
f,. i,r.f. n.L.iir vei.r- siasii roau juiv im, a urowu
faimliar whif of
Ho is an old time
Any one wishing to put in wood
on their account with The Examiner
. - . . S. ,i ar. it tU will eitlwr liritiLT
accommodal ion of cattlemen and sheepmen oi J.ake 1 - TV' or notify Uii tilH"t
i ' they will do so, before wo order our
v R : wiutei's supply. Full loads will bo
at ban P rancisco s' an(J caHlj mid for all over tl)0
amount of the bill. tf
comity, where they will buy hecf hides, horse hides,
pelts of all hinds, horse hair, etc.
prices, freight deducted.
Warehouse located in The Red iAitchcrshop i,uild-
ncar the Mammoth Livery Stables.
J. P. 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.
The lawful season for the killing of
male deer opens August 15, and the
season for female deer will poeu Sept.
1. Tho reason for both closes on
November 1st. It is against tho law
to hunt or kill deeer at night between
one hour after sunset and one hour
before sunrise. No person , may kill
more than live deerdurit.g the season.
Hunting deer with dogs is prohibited.
U N A I. I'ltOOK
Jud Clllco at Lakeview, Oregon,
I July US, Wo. Notion is hereby given
Desert Land Final Proof,
Uuitod States Land Otlice, Lake
T..I.. "II 1rd.r, fiTl.T 7. ii ! .1 I...,.
view, Oregon, Juiy .-, , i rial me iouowing-narnocj he.LLie.i iiib
ii hereby given that A. Gustavo Eu- fifcd I10tic.i of his intention to make
f t Pinsl. flreuou has Med no-; linal proof in support of his claim,
quist Of I lush, O etou, w I Bud that r,.a,j roof y in ))6 rnado be-
tico of iuteution to maite poU1 , . . d jec).iver at Lake
iiotertdaud claim Jo. a.w,
SEJj'SE'i Sec. 17 TV- Ju x"
W. M. before Legister aud lleceivtr
at Lakeview. Oregon, on Monday the
10th day of September, 130C. Ho
names tho following witnesses to prove
the complete irrigation fud loclama
tion of said land: S. V. loung.
ArtherHighldl, E, .11 Norhing nud
F E. Mulkev nil of Plush, Oregon.
31 j. N. Watson, Legister.
view, Oregon, on iiu aay oi neptem
ber, M' viz: William F. Stanley,
HE. No. aci'.t for tho W KE'4', SE1-,
HS4 Sec. Id and NEM NW,' Sec. 1.
Tp. 'M H. L. 21 E. W. M. lie names
the .following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and culti
vation of fenid land, viz: Mat Mc
CuUoy, Winer McCulley, Lt is E. Mc
Culloy and Harry liailey ull of Lake
3) J. N. Watson, lui.-tcr.
.PELTS AND HIDES..
The Lakeview Mercantile
Co. will pay, for hides in
Heef Hides 17c per lb
Sheep Pelts 14c per lb
Call and see us before
pocket book, about three Inches wid
by C'-jj inches long. It was a sort of
time book with pocket and flap cover,
and contained a promissory note (iv
on by Anna L. Stewart to T. J. Nick
orson for 81i", besides somo other
loose papers and a couple of stamped
envelopes. Finder will please leave at
the post ollico.
Last Wednesday night Mr. J. II.
Hayes and wife and C. L. Withers and
wife came down from Paisley. Mr.
and Mrs. Hayes were on their way to
their home at Heppuer, going by way
of tho Willamette valley, where they
will visit for a while, and reach home
in about a month. Mrs. Hayes was
formerly Mrs. Dolly Withers of Pais
ley. C. L. Withers camo down to
meet somo drummers hero and order
a stock of goods. They all remained
in Lakeview one day.
A copy of Mr. John E. Diehl's latest
book on the Toy Dog has just been
Bubinitted to us for criticism. We
an speak of tho neat little volume on
ly in terms of the highest piaiso. Tho
author, who was recognized for years
as an authority on domestic pots of
all kinds, has evidently put his best
efforts ou his last production, so that
this becomes almost invaluable to all
who admire, or intend to provide
themselves w ith a toy dog. Tho book
has been published by tho Associated
Fanciers, im North Third Street,
Philadelphia, Pa., who oiler to rauil
it any addiesa In receipt of '2 cents,
preferably iu postage stamps. 0
Fresh candy mid nuts nt Smla
J. Frank! wns nsslstlng County
Clerk .liepush last week.
Try th home made candy nt th
HihIh Works, If you want tho lsst. 1
Davfl Edler was In from his sheep
camp first of the week on business.
Dr. Smith and Iloyd and their
Intuition returned from cnmplng yes
terday. Henry Olfcnhnohcr of Klamath coun
ty, spent n couple of days In Lake
view last week.
Mr. L. F. Conn Is moving his fam
ily and household elfects to tho Fields
Win. Met.ker will move Walter
Dyer and wife back to town tomorrow
from Mud creek.
The stockholders of the Dent Tele"
phono line held their'aunual meeting
Anybody who wants a 5.(N set of
Spectacles (two pair) for Jl.tKI.'apply
to L. It. Whortou within the next 1
days. : I
W. J. Mow ne, Jas. (loss and Harry
Nichols, all of ' Honana, arrived In
this cltv last Sunday. Mr. How no la
a real estate man of Klamath county.
1 want to buy n gofid farm and
stock ranch Iu Iiko county. Anyone
having a ranch to sell might strike a
trade by addressing, I-.dsall Cobb,
Liinluit, NevadH. '-"-.It
Deputy Assessor Sessions niuFassls
taut Jean Ttuinlngsen exiect to "com
plete tin assessment roll by th 'Tth
of this month, ready for thejmpialia
tlon board, advertised to licgin their
work ou that date.
C. Umhach and family, as well as
"Uncle" Chris., aro rusticating on
Cottonwood creek. Their cellar Is
well stoeked with all the necessities j
for a Mieceiwful outing, so say J.
Frankl and Phil Lynch j
1.V.I..I lv. tm. if u'iiu lii liiwn Stiititrdiif !
uiuht from the 7 ranch at the head
of the valley, win-re they are putting j
up the hay; having finished on the:
Chewaucan ranch. Mr. Homer nays
the hay crop is very heavy this year, j
Mr. .!. It. Peetz, of St. Paul, arrived;
here last Friday, representing the;
Woyerhauser railroad people. Mr.
Peetz has a crew of timber cruisers in j
this county examining timber lands
and reporting their findings to him a j
his heudipiarlers, temporarily at Hotel j
Three men at the Camas sawmill j
struck for higher wages last Saturday, j
J. T. Met.ker, proprietor of tln ;
mill called the bluff and the trio,
stinted to hunt another job Monday1
mnming. The mill will U) t dosed for
n few days, when it will be started ;
ith a short crew ami run till men
get more plellt if 111. 1
W. J. Sherlock and Hugh Witel
came down from Paisley Sunday. Mr. :
Witel was trying to sell a bunch' of j
cattle, and Mr. Sherlock on a general .
business trip. Will expects soon to ,
start for Shaniko to bring Mrs. L. N. I
Kelsay to PaUley on ii visit w ith her j
mother, Mrs. Nettie Sherlock. Mi.
Kelsay is iu poor health, so Mr. Sher-j
l ick informs us. j
Teachers' examination this week. .
Three applicants are present, two for j
state papers and one for county pa- j
pers. Those w ho have applied for j
state papers are, E. W. Pollard and ,
Miss (.ienie Snelling and Mrs. Mont-!
gomery of Silver Lake has applied for j
county papers. Supt. Mllits is amy
assisted iu conducting tho examina
tion by Mrs. Thus. Cloud and W. J.
College Open August 37th.
Prof. (1. F. Higloy is now in San
Francisco completing arrangements
to open the Lakeview liusiuess Col
lego Monday, August '21, l!"'.
Parties who contemplate taking a
Business course in any college will
do well to investigate the Lakeview
College before making arrangements
to go otherwheres.
Uookkeoping, Typewriting, Short
hand, will be made specialities. iK-tt
WCIIKLY WnATIUIK KIIPORT.
Ilelow slve report of the weather
recorded by the (lovernnient weather
Imrenn ntatlnn at The Kunijilner tiftlce.
This reHrt Is changed each week, and II
our renders wish to keep n yearly record
of weather comlitlonn for latum refer
ence, rut out the report alumi the black
line and paste It In a aemp immk one
eok after another. Hila reonl will las
taken on Tuenda" to end each week nnd
begin on Wednesday for the nest week
Uovemment Weather Hurcau
tlon at Lakeview, Oregon,
C. O. MieTxnnn. Cooperative Observer.
Week emlliiK Tuesday, Auk. 7. llHMI
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(Altnras New Era. )
Assessor D. E. Mulkey ictuiued last
week from a trip to Ijikevlew. Ha
purchased eonie mules while gone,
and will buy more if he can find goiwl
ones. ll says (loose Lake valley
looks Hue, iil exerylssly U busy up
A few days ago Dr. W. W. Shartel
purchased the Cedarville Drug Store,
owned by John Frit, und will con
duct the same. He will doubtless
meet with success In his new busi
ness venture, as he is an expert phar
macist. Ceo. llucl.eldi r und Mrs. Ella Tog
gle were married in Altnras last week,
Justice J. S. Henderson otll. lat Ing.
They will make their home ill Uike.
The Indian Sch. el at llidwell t loa
ed last week with an entertainment,
baseball game, and a social dance In
t he even ing.
Prying preparation simply duveU
up dry cnUnh ; U11 y dry tip II" s- n tliiiin,
which adhere to thu im iubrioii. imd durom.
mhmi, cniihing it f ir mure mtwuk imnbln than
tho ordinary form f l atnrrli. Avoid ull dry.
lug inliiilkiiU, f i iii n. siiiiiki'H Mid nu(U
and uwi that which clcanms, soul lien and
heHla. IUy'H Crema J'-ulin is such n reuiody
and will cure catnnh or cold in tho hind
easily anil t.lrasnaUy. A irud iu will be
mailed for 10 cents. All drnggihU cll the
5Ue. iio. Ely Ilruther. Warren Si., N.V.
'1'he ltolin cured wiihuut pain, dieis not
irriUle or t-us auneing. It spreads ilwlf
over an lrritotd and aiiKry surfiten, rnlier.
ing Immediately the Jinfid inllniniimtion.
With ldy'a Cn'ttiu Jialm jrnii are armed
agaiuiit h'aid Catarrh and ILy l over.
1 have K.'im-.I the W. M.
Harvey pastures, and have
one field that has formerly
been reserved for hay, which
was opened tip lor cow pas
ture u ne first, at
$2 PER MONTH
Strictest attention iven
all stock left in my charge.
I will not be responsible for
breachy stock that ,ret out
of the pasture, but will do
what I can to rct theiu back.
Horses brought up once a
week, if desired.
T. H METZKER.
aa auic U'ui
m his . .pre-
& right, at
No matter how modest
your demands in other di
rections, you want
THE BEST PERPECT
What is the use of having
a good Doctor if you have'nt
a good DRUGGIST?
AT THORNTON'S Fresh
Medicines, Kxact Skill and
Perfect Care enter every Prescription.
A. L. Thorn-1
ton is the m
only eradu- U
ate Pnarma Hk
nist in lakp m
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