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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1907)
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C. O. MLTZKER,
Editor and Publisher
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LAKriVIBW. ORBOON, NOVEMBER l 107.
The proposed new Farcels Poet law
would naturally find opposition aruong
country merchant al over .be coun
try, but if mich a law ia to be enacted
at tbe next, or any other congress,
8enator Fulton's amendment to the
bill will render it lea damaging to the
country merchant. This amendment
asks for a classified rate, based on the
interstate character of tbe parcel to
be shipped, which will make tbe rate
less en parcels tbe shipment of which
originate in tbe same state as tbe dea
tination. thus protecting tbe interior
merchant who bas paid the freight on
bis goods from tbe East. Senator
Fulton is in favor of a postal savings
As a result of attacks made on
Senator 11. S. Nixon and George
Wingfield through the colums of the
Nevada Mining News, of Reno, George
Wingfield knocked the editor of that
journal down and threw bim bodily
out of a brokerage company's office
in Reno one day last week. George
entered tbe place ou some, business
and the editor of the Nevada Mining
News was there, and started to speak
to Wingfield. but before the words
were uttered George bit the fellow,
knocking bim down, and then grabbed
bim and threw bim out of the office.
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT.
ridow wr give s report "I the ae.itlttl
am recorded by tbe tiovernment weaihet
bureau Nation at The Kxaminer Othtv
This ffort is changed each nwk, and II
our wader wish to keep a yearly record
! weather conditions fur future rete
cue, cut out ttie report along the black
line and paste it in a scrap book out
week after another. This reord will l
taken on Tueeda" to end each meek
begin on Wedneinlay for the next week
Government Weather Bureau Stt
tion at Lakeview, Oregon,
C. O. AimxEit, Cooperative observer
Possibly news items may seem scarce
in The Examiner this week, but we
will ask our readers to toletate tbe
shortage, and will offer as an excuse
the sickness of Mrs. Metzker, who is
suffering from blood poison in her
hand, caused from a siuail sliver in
tbe palm of the hand ant! getting
cold in the wound. The situation
was quite serious for a few days, but
we are able to report the baud much
better at this time.
Th; j ! ! ioe neering
Lak viiw and UurnsOre.
Civfl. Municipal &
LASP AXP TMVXSITK SfliVEYS.
ESTIMATES. MAI'I'lXd, IHiAFT-
ixa ,f iEsn;xiX(,
Irrigation A Specialty.
l-akrvlew om-f Hrn (Tlre
C. M. rAI'I.HWRK t.O IMI I.HKKR
MiiHir Munna-vr I
Lakrl w Office Trmporarlljr wlih 0 l'nilcli.
if prstnrsd 1 and produced by
Kooemna, a miM, delightful
nrenantum. rtcliratrlv humnt.
1x09 Mak-et the tk.in e
tf Zf banisHc crac ticU appc;
by ovcr-iryneti reduces the sue of
in exquisitely softt
Mr. F. L. Wright, accompanied by
Mr. J. J. OReily, of Cobalt, Canada,
arrived in Lakeview Monday. Mr.
Wright owns mining property in the
Pine Creek district, and Mr. O'Reilly
is an xperienced mining man who,
it is said, has secured an option on
some Windy Hollow mining property
for a Pittsburg, Pa., company which
will take ap if his report is satisfac
tory. He is taking 150 pounds of ore
from the Windy Hollow mines away
with bim to be tested and tho results
of tbe tests will decide the company
in taking np tbe options.
There has evideutly been sufficient
pressure brought to bear upon W. M.
Ladd to induce bim to agree to pay
th depositors of tbe defunct Title
I Guarantee &, Trust Co. bank, of Port
land, in full. There are to be no
preferred creditois of tbe bunk, tbe
state and tbe city of Portlaud and tbe
Ladd Jfc Tilton Bank, who rushed in
as soon as it was seen that the bank
was in Btraits to secure tbe preferred
securities of tbe bank, are to take the
same chances as other creditors.
, enlarged poret, clnuuei them, re
, duces inflammation and tpreadi an even,
radiant glow du to vrholccome nouruh
tnent of tkin glands and stimulation of
the capillaries which al feed the
tkin and supply its healthful color.
Aikyiur Druggist fir fit mm fit f
The county court inspected the brick
kiln last week, and while St ickel's con
tract was for the brie laid down in the
court house yard this fall, it was de
cided to leave tbe brick in tbe kiln
until spring, as they would toughen,
and be tbe better for laying undis-
. Keller, tbe Pine Creek mill man
and part owner in the electric lighting
plant that burnd down at that place.
was up to Lakeview last Saturday. He
informed us that the fittings for the
dynamo bad been ordered, and a new
building was in course of construction
at tbe old site ot tbe electric riant.
and as soon as the machinery arrived
the plant would be in running order
again. This will be glad tidings for
the people of Lakeview, who have
been groping in tbe dark for tbe past
Tbo Examiner is in receipt of a
season ticket to the great horse show
to be given in Portland this month.
However we are not prepared to
attend, and wouldn't look iu place in
horse show, anyway.-Lakeview
turbed through tbe winter The brick I Fvamjor
will be put on the ground as early in . Cotrect brother, you certain.y were
iU uurKCduium ta ont classed ; but just think what
ontne new court bouse, lne brick 8hlnirjg headlight you would be in a
ware pronounced the best that was mule ghow.Cedarville Uecord.
ever made in tbe county, so much 1
Notice for Publication.
United States Laud Office.
view, Oregon, Oct.l 7, l'.HTT.
Notice is hereby given that the State
of Oregon has, under the provisions
of the .Vet of Congress of August 14,
1848, and Ue Acts supplemental mid
amendatory hereof, made application
for the follow iog unappropriated, nou
mineral, surveyed public lauds as in
demnity for the corresponding loses
to its grant for common schools, to
List No. 2:12, for NK'4 NK4, Sec.
30, NV4 SW'4, Sec. X T. IWS., R.
in p .....i vwi viri - c:i-! - cum -
w aim , -4 a, '-4 04 O -4,
Sec. 21, NW. NK.t.' sV; NKi. Sec.
3C, T. 3
Our Fall and Winter Stock of Dress
Goods Ladies' and Men's Furnishings
Is now complete and much larger
than EVER BEFORE.
COftE AND SEE FOR YOURSELVbS.
BAILEY & MASSING ILL'S
To Cure a Cold in One Day
' tao Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets, jx fj f.
Sovei Million boxes sold In past 13 months. ThlS signature. SjCsyTi
Cures C i, .
la Two Duvt.
S.. K.i: K.. V. M.
List No. 2.'U. or NK4 an.l SEt",
Sec. 27, T. 32 S., li. 15 K., W. V.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above drcsribed IhihIs are
requested to tile iu this office their
said claims on or liefore tho 14th
day ot December, 1007.
J. N. Watson, Register.
He Fought at Gettysburg.
Duvid Parker, of Fayette, N. Y. :
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes,
"Klectric Hitters have done me more
good thau auy medicine 1 ever took.
For eeveral years I had stomacho
trouble, and paid out much money
jfor medicine to little purpose, until I
began taking Electric Ditters. I
would not take foOO for w hat they have
dona for me." Grand tonio for the
! nged and for female weaknesses,
i Great alternative and body builder;
1 sure cure for lame back and weak kid
neys. Guaranteed by Lee Deall
Dr. Chas. H. Drake, V. S.
Rmo Fkodt, Fmmo Lirmitr Sriin
West of Hirst National IJank.
Gold! Gold! Gold!
for Mr. cUickel's ability.
United States Senator Benjamin E.
Tillman, of South Carolina, -ays that
Speaker of the House, Joseph G. Can
non, will be tbe presidential nominee
'on tbe Republican ticket in 1908, and
that William J. Bryan will be the
You can buy something'
called "coffee" at 10c lb
with 3000 miles of R R
freight from the roaster;
Your troctr returns your mony if vou don't
like Schilling'? Best; we par kim.
Yep; Brother Record, if yon were
there to say "Come on. Sonny".
I C. M. Faulkner, of Burns, member
of the firm of the hastern Oregon Kn-
i gin -errng Company, of Burns and
i Lakeview, which company carries an
I advertisement in The Examiner, arriv-
; ed in Lakeview last week. Mr.
iraulkner conies here to open and I
i maintain an office, w hich, temporar
ily, wii re j neater in tnas. Lmracns
office. Mr. Faulkner comes highly
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
If you want to catch FISH get your Tackle
If you want to sprinkle your Lawn get your
HOSE and Sprinkler of us.
If you want a BATH we can furnish the
We also have a full and
complete line of Hardware,!
Stoves and Tinware, a good
Plumber and Tinner in con
nection with the business.
Come and see us our prices
T. E. BERNARD.
fueip uie tiorse i vKii j
No article it more useful VfTK
.boat the stable than Mica 'NClJfwl I -W
Axle Grease. Put a little on Y VFji BBaBaMnaa I
j sSSSSffi ; I INSURE YOUR HEALTH I !
I MICA AXLE QJ JMk onsSydJiI ;
M powdered mica whirh rprlnm ifrrf frl I " t 1 l l VI iricn
I 'I taction. ASk the deal., for tWlt'l I lhLfcH,, .A I l T 1 I
1 . Mica Arle Create. IXJlkfi I 0171 , J.WWV11U1
li A fTANDMO M COMPUT WVL I V WM'Jl)
r' WSKS-liifftl 1 h sss5f
I i ttUY& J UVItttzht LANDS. LEE
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK RUII DIMn ')
I LAKEVIEW. OREGON. I
Would you jjo niiiiinr in
Nevada's rich mountains at
a nominal cost?
ONLY A PI-W DOLLARS
Wm. P. PA INK
Land auknt ami snt vkvou
I'roiiint am) cHrcful attention ulvi-n
tn HiirvcyM if Lamia ami Tiiwnaltif4,
Map work Ac. SHtl.-ra located. Land
and Town property foraale.
A Signlticant Prayer.
".May tlm i.orii hl) yon tintka iiuck
iu'a Arincu Salvo known to all,"
writes J. (!. JunkiuM, of t'ha.el Hill,
N. O. It quickly took tho pain out ot
a felon for me and cured It in a won
derfully Hhoi t time. " Dent on mirth
for HoreH, ImniH ami won twin. 'iV. at
lja licall'H drnj ntoro.
will put you on the ground Hour ind
may put you on eany wtret t.
Many have liivented u Htunll
amount In Nevada inlnlnj; ami are
NOW INDEP NOHN7 f-OR
A trip to town, a lon atreet car
ride, u cheap I'xcurHloii y rail wen;
nil luxurleH TMKX; n rlvate auto
mobile, a tour of Lurope, a Hummer
home tlown by the wt, are mere
tnattera of choice, NOW.
Stock in the lee Comstcck Mining
will do the work!
It 15 Only 15 Cents a Share NOW
Hush your ordVm.
or write for partli'iilam.
O. Ho 1:,.S, miyollte, Nov
Located on Water Street, near the Post office.
Meals at all Hours.
Fresh oysters kept on
hand during the oyster
season. Fish and game
Ih du in a lartfe menhiire to abiiHo of
the howelri, liy eniployiii drastic pur-
Katirea. To avoid all daiiKtr, me only
Dr. KintfH' New Lifo PIIIh, tho r-nft,
gentle cleanaor atid invlKorator.
Guaranteed to euro headache, bilioua
nf)HH, malaria and jaundice, at lee
Deall'a dru atore. 'Sm.
Iu The Circuit Court of Thtt Stato
of OrcKon. For the Count v of I
LIF'E , Harriet WalterH, iih Kxecutrix )
)f the LiiHt Will mid Tenii.. i
meat of Martin T. Walt urn, 1
Deceaaed, I'lnintiir, )
J. S. i'leld. Defendant. )
To J. S. Field, tho ubnvo mimed do
N-VMK (K T,,K STA'1''' ov
UKI'.tiON : Ion aro lierehy reipilred
to appear and aimwer tho complaint
Hied herein attaint you In tho above
entitled court and caiirio on or before
the 21 at day nf November, r.Ni7;aml
if you fail an to annexr un.l umuu...
Miid complaiiit, forwent thereof th
phuntiir will take judgment HKi.iiiHt
you for the bum of Four hundred for-ty-nino
and 77-J00 dollara, toKdher
with intercut thereon from June :i,
l'.HJI, until paiJ, at the rate of nix per
cent, per annum, and for pliiintilfa
coat a and diabiirHementa herein.
Thia auiiimona la puhljahod by an
orderof tho Honorable H. Daly, .Unluu
ot the County Court of tho State of
Oregon, for the County of Lake, dat
ed October s 1!KI7, directing the mime
to bo puhliHhcd for at leant once a
week for Hlx conaecut ive weeka prior
to r,ovember 2, l!H)7, in the LaKe
County Lxamlner, a newarmpcr of
Renerul circulation, publiahod weekly
at Lakeylew, Lake County, Oregon
Iho dateof llrat publication heieof
la October 10, :07.
Dated, October 1 10, j()7.
L. F. CONN,
ATTORN LT FOIi PLAINTIFF.
ins aina m na Always Boagl
Fi rs tc I ass Res ta u ra n t
Notice of f inal Settlement.
In tho County Court of the State of
Oietfon for the County of Lake.
IN TJIK MATTKK OF I'lIK
lOSTATIO OF WILLIAM
JIAIiVLV, DKCFASl-.l). '
NOTICE IS JIKRF.HV (JIVKN
that the undcraiKned adminiHtrati ix
and admin iHtrator of the Kutate of
William Harvey, deceaaed, have Hied
their Final Account aa audi with (lie
County Clerk of Lake County Ore
Kon, thia '.Mth day of October, T.KI7,
and thct the IMitli day of November,
11X17, at the hour of ten o'clock, in the
forenoon of milil day, nt tho Count v,
.JudKo'a ofl'co, iu the Court JIouho u'f
mid County, in Lakeview, Luke
County, Oregon, hna been uppointcd
ami fixed by t lie County Judno of
aald Jiiike t;ouuty, Oregon, aa the
time and place for the hearing of
nbjectioiiH, if any there be, to aaid
Final Account, and for the Bottlement
Dated thin 21th day of October, irM)7.
Kuby Harvey, Admiuiatraii Ix,
and Dick J. Wilcox, AdiuiuiHtrutor
of the laat will and teatauient of
William Hurvey, Deceaaed. 415.
United Hintea Land Ollh-e, Lakeview
Oregon. O.t. 17. 1!M7. -I,K0V,w
Notice Ih hereby given that in com
pliance with the proviaioiiH of the act
V' ,l,Kr;HH '"" .'. 1M7H, entitle,!
An act for the an In i,t i,. ,i... ,.
; 111 the htatea of California, Oregon.
JVevadu, and Wellington Teriirtv"
aa extended to all the l'ubU, La.'.d
Howell, of New Fi,10 Creek, crTunty'of
Lake h ate of Oregon, haa thin day
Hied in thia oltlce hia aum n ui,.t. V
No. ,J8(M) fr the piuchaae of the Lota
H'ion No. 21. iu
lounahip No. it S., Range No. "
V. M., and will oiler proof ( H,, '
that i the land nought ia more valuable
lot its nnber or btone than for nizri
cultural iiuihohis. ami ,.i,.i.ii..i. . r
claim t bi, 11( )(.,,)()
Him Ji;celver at, Lakeview Oregon o,
Ihuraday the 2, day of .(,,,:,, 1)(m"
I. V. Reed
i'ino Creek, Ore-
jjo uauiea aa wiMieriea'
er, JJeit Wade, (i. !.
Oflcar Smith, nil of
Any and all peixona claiming ud
veraely t)0 ubove-deacrihed lamia re
requeatod to llle their dainm th
o ce on r l,efore aaid 2 ,lay of Ju"
J. N. W'atHon, Regiater.