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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1908)
LAKK COUNTY KXAMINKK. LAKKVIKW, OKKOON. Tf f L'ltMDA Yf DIXKMIIKH 31. IIKW
Gold Mining Company
Of Goldrim, Oregon
50,000 Shares of Treasury Stock
For Sale at 5 Cents per Share
This Company was incorported Ma) 24th,
1907, under the the Law of Arizona.
Capital Stock, 1 ,20,()00 Shares, full paid
and non-as5essible, par value, $ 1 .00,
The group of claims contains about 250
acres, located among the best, with good
showing: Inspection solicited.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Geo. P. Atkins, President ;
A. A. Patockl, V. Pres't,
and (ien. Manager ;
C. M. Woodland, Secretary ;
Geo P. Atkins, 1 reasurer.
GEO. F. ATKINS,
Lakeview Needs New School
Any "' 'mH K'ven the matter a
any tlmiik'tit must be convinced ot
the urgent iiccpHKlty for the erection
of mi Mil'tiitt in f i-r i acliool i mid
lug in Lakeview, mI nn cit;ly day.
The present building Hint school
furniture mid ii i il I n tioiH are mil f
date iiikI beyond the needs nf the
times unit of the (own hihI country.
The fuel Unit over pupils t
present un crowded into limited
.piHlilT", wit hut B Htli ttlll'tlt tplota of
teacher to do justice to tln pupil,
little Mii'l t'irf. in M condition tlmt.
sl.oold ! Inlet ate. 1 only lonif enough
to provide better nnd larger school
build luus, on lliMt t he needed teachers
coul. I I i' employed.
It pre-enl condition, are well nitrh
Intolerable . what will U tli oomli
tlnn u ht'ii tlic cot If now In n. Icil this
whj through tlic utipiirtillclicd h.'h I
Usliiif of tlic r. gmi Valley Land Co..
rcin'li Lakeview w it In n the next lew
TIi fm t of thf matter in tliMt we
Hi tt t'tuil i out 1 with comhtlon thitt
must l.c met. It will not tin in drag
tilling listlessly iiinl let the future dike
care of itself. The advance (guard of
these icoilc nit' arriving 'Inily, and
more Hinl mole lilt' to tollovv. I'.iicli
new tiimily brings itstpiotn of child
ren to enter our i.H toady over croud
etl school. Wc nil know thin. With
till-Ill in brought property inn) the
Iiiciiiih for the upholding of this
oonntry. 1 hey should le iniirlc wel
come, Hinl one way to welcome ttielli
Ih to give their chllloMi tlic benefit of
Tin- school nut limit it'H unci the ci
pie of Lnkeviow shoulil best ir them
selves in tl.iri matter, ho tlmt by time
.school begum next full 1 tint h huge,
modern ml well lll'l'ointeil school
building should lio r.ndy for their
In thin connection Tho Exuminer
would xuuKt'ft tlmt the men who hiel
the l.oililiiiK of our niltnlid court
houhfl in clmr will lie the very men
tu ink cliniK" und iunh forwMrd the
work tif .'oiiMtruction oil u new Hchool
liouce on modern linen, with proper
ni l linn 'lh, in h iiiiiiiutr thitl will
coiitiiiue truce nnd liemity In the
iiite ior iiinl exterior of tho Htriuv
turn, mid who hIko will execute the
moht i iid and Bliift kiuK economy
in every eeut thiit K"es into the htiild
It In lime to innke n move towHrd
thlH moht tteeirit bio mid needed im
proveireiit for l.nkeveiw.
Itrwarc of l:n uent Cold
A Micct binu of coldH or h protmet
ed cold It iilmoHt certain to end in
chronic, cut in r ti, from which few
I iTHoilit ever wholly recover. (Jive
every cold the iittviition It dcucrvcH
nnd yii miiy iivoid thin ti innn-cnlile
difeiise. Ilowcmi you "lire u cold?
Why not try Climuberniu ' t'oiik'h
Kemnfv? It is hiirhly recommended.
Mrn. Whitel. of KutltT, Tenn, Kiiyn:
"Sevenil yeiirH hko I whh bothered
with my thnmt mid Iuhj!h. Smoe one
1 told me or ChmiilierlHiii'H ('ihikIi
Ivemedy. I ln-min uilik! it Hud it
relieved iiik lit once Now my throut
Hinl luiiL'h are hoiiikI and well, l'or
Mile hy lnly ami Hull
KiiKincer WililimiH and wife are iu
from the Cottonwood (lain.
I lor l.lcnm. Idler ana Mil Kncum
Tho inlenwe itchinn. rhiirnelcrift in
of thene ailmeiittt in nluiowt. iiiHlHiitly
allnyetl ly I'hmutiei Iiiiii'm Kalve. Mnn
HHvere can-H have been cured by it.
For Mile by Duly A Hall.
It. K fleiiKer, of I)p Molnm, lown, i
h new Hrrlval who ha come to ntnj !
and prepared to ko luto busliiec. He;
. l. l a f i.t .1 I 11 I
win i.o H88or.inii wiin nu nroiner
0 IC, n recent Brnval from Milwau
kee, Win. The hitter went to lie no
liint week a rut returned Hunday with
IiIn wife. The Kxaininer In uh to
tee ituch eiiterirlHlntf people nettle In
l. II. Mohh. of ISye lirn.H, wan iu
The wife of Kev. Mr. Pirker la III
Ith prie uimtiihi.
Win ()' and family and a Mr.
Diaper and family arrived here Hatur
diiy from Hcott'a I'duff County. NeD
raaka. They brought nil their flock
ami hounehol'l noodH with them.
Mm. OkI" ih a nihter of h. I'. IlayeH,
of tint l.likevli' w meiit market They
came out to aeenre a piece, at K"v,,m
ent laud, and report t ha' feveral more
fumilii'H from that locality will be
hent in the c.ournc of a few wueka.
II. .1. (irandyke Ih a new arrival
frrmi Halt l.iiko to look over the
M. T. Hcarlf, n banker of Michl
Kan City. North Dakota, and one of
the piominent financier, of that hus
tling eta to arrvled in town la.t Thur
day. lio la verr much Imprvnaed with
the opportunities here, and doubtlena
wil pin hl faith In the future of the
county by Invcutment He ta fine
fellow, whom we wIhu we could in
duce to locate here.
D. W. Kemerer, of (Jratrl Fork". N.
Dak., wa h vlHitor In Lakeview the
pant week returning Tueaday morn
Inu to Dakota to nut ready to locate
in Lakeview, in merchondlgiuK. I To
la if verr pleaaant Kentleman to meet,
Miid I. of the type to win friend, any
Win. KalkoiHh. of Vanaaia. Klamath
(County, ! n-itlHtered at Hotel Lake-
M. W. Jepaen, of Fairbanks Alas
ka, ia a recent arrival who haa taken
up a homeHteai and a denert claim iu
Warner valley through tho office of
the 1'aciflc Land Co. He la very en
thuaiant ic over the out look for the
country aud ha. aunt for bin two
brother, uow residing in Minneapolia,
Minn., to come out and take Kovern
nient land in Lake county before all
the bent aelectiotia are ((one.
Dick Crane ia over from Klamath.
W. K. Steele la reported aerionnly
ill. It ia hoped that he will anon re
II. A. Kayera of Dea Moinea, Iowa
naa in town hint week looking over
hia holding iu the Oregon Valhll
Land Co. ami han tone home aatinfley
that he haa a m 'l thinu from a ainad
V. L. Snelllinr tind wife tlepiirted
ventcrday inornlni; fur I'urtlaml and
Snletn. They w 111 jirtdiibly la-iibwiit
I all winter.
Mrn. Owen T. McKemlree ami
jchlldrcli. returned thla week frtiin a
J three nu ii t Iih vlalt In AhIiI.i ml.
J. .1. Il' illy and son tif I'.eiiQ were
arrivalx In town I'riilay, am! have
ltMue out to (loldruii to look after
j their miuiiiK operation.
' Karl Small. J. M. Sn all. and Mort
j Wcht, were down from Silver Lake
I thin week.
! 1'. II. Bills and ilia wife arrived
I l'riduy from Oklahoma City. Okhi.
j they icport that more will arrive next
i week from the Mime town, aud in
l'ebruiiry a w hole car load of people
j will leave that city for Lakeview,
j with liundredH more to follow. He
h.iyn thin Ih not hot air but the real
fact. If one city turns out people ut
j thin rate, what, may we expect from
I the report, of thone coming from
jeveiy ntate in the Union?
Clarence Snider and bride of Salem
j have arrived at the home of hid
father, Hon. C. U. Snider, and mBy
conclude to remain permanently in
Lakeview Mercantile Go.
Get your Fall and Winter Supplies
from us. Our lines are now complete
in department. We carry the very
best goods money can buy.
Get our prices before laying in your fall supplies.
Lakeview Here. Co.
Wholesale and Retail
--DRENKLE & RAINE
Auntin, of .A nti I und is iu
n of o o c e jo o oat x o a otiotoiag
fl I will guaiantec Lower Prices than any
store in Lakeview. We do all our own
jj work. Reynold's store is the place to
g buy your Merchandise.
M.L. Iln.llcy, who for the pnat -'n
vearH him contluctt'tl the hiri-nt
ninl iniist aucccKNfiil ncwtp:ipcr ad vc
t Ulnir MRi'iiry on the I'acltlc Coiu t
reiiiiived hiw San I'm ncico officea
In I he M'trtN'liH Hank Hulldinii. the
verv heart of tlieliiinnci.il ami IminI-nei-s
center of that city.
The beat ntlvertlaliiK writcru ami
Nin'cialiHta have been secured a' il the
1 1 iiillev iiK'eiit limit' 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ever a
fiit or In the np-biiildint; and tlvelop
mint of comtiicrcittl and liiianciul
'iitereatw of the ct)iiHt.
One the featurca In connection
w It h t he agency iu a promotion liu
reau or depart incut lorthe use of cli
ent w Isliinu to tloat hluh-Krado se
curities l'iliani'hil literature will receive
t he ca refill a t ten t ion of t he spccialsts
ci miiecicd w I' Ii the I latllev aueiicy
IliinUsaiiil investment concerns will
be ali'e to obtain valu.ilile inftirin.i
linn from this ilciiutui 'lit.
The nev-p;i per depart incut will
continue to receive the personal auc
tion of Mr. Dudley, u ho has (tow ii
(fi'a.v Iu the development of new and
old newspaper advcrtlslncaccoiiuts
The Cbrihtmaa dance wan a decided
miecee. The fiueh people turned
out iu Koodly number., and the bas
ket aiipper wait excellent, and the
floor was In flue condition. Aud
with the crowd and music no one
could help enjoyiuu themselves. The
early hours arrived before aDy one
was aware of It. The second dance
wax alHO a thoroughly enjoyable
Erviu Wakefield and Kd. Xeahuam
returned from Outairo Wednesday.
K'J Myrtle, will you dance with
Mrytle N sir: I've heard of you
C. H. Parker went to Ft. Hid wed
Joe Jones is hei from Flush, fo is
Lee Arihnr, will you take tuy pic
ture with your new Kodak?
Arthur 1 shall l very plad to if
you w ill wait a week or ten days until
my new film packs arrive.
Lee Oh my 1 1 couldn't wait that
louc. Why I promised to b" home at
5 o'clock this afternoon.
Joe Heunett was felmareed Sunday
Mr. aud Mrt. Morris i?ave a delight
ul Christ'tas party Chrittma.4 eve to
s few frieinlf. After JSautu Claus had
come ami (;ave the little cues their
prefreus from the beautiful tree, re
frechmenti were served and Prof.
Wiliits entertuined the older ones
w ith some tine inn dc Those present
were Mr. (iivaus and family, Mr.
Pa'ker and family, and Mr. Loiibtou
Prof. Willi's went home Sunday.
Information Wanted: Why didu't
August K to Alturas and why didu't
Kitten K to the dauce?
for pnt cmh
mull m botuA
1 trt aV Z. mam nnr.ua M a, .1 Xj wr j T .
H rtt for Prtoe LitA. Mrkt hMirt Hhii.rdn.i.u. . .
to n tho tc
Ml INTtTDDf fiTDiinDrnDf AMIMP ia R-iiu.
2 mmd. HmI thmr M tttt toh)rt trr vntbm. Uurtrt,oe -r i . ... aJ
, , CTU' Trp. 0m Uwi Hum u4 wbr tr. Ump nd V, twm ...
r"" ; T i i,-i7wnii. rnc. w lownumwri l zr. Hot UrmH ir
lNiura ft. m. Oor MtBrtie Bait iid Ivt ttlnrti innib U' ir.w. I : orj r-r Vine M ..
HYMEN I AL
The coyote makes the welkiu riuu
these nights oil the foot b!ls above
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas couu'y. tu.
Frank J. . Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the llrui of F
.1. Cheuey A: Co., dointf business in
the City of Toledo, County aud State
aforesaid, anil Mint said tlrm will pay
ttie sum ot ONK IIUXUKKD OOL
LAKKS for each and every case of
Catarrh that cm not be cured by the
use of Hull's Cuturih Cure.
Frauk J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
iu mv pies -nee. this 0th day of Pec
ember, A. I . If-Sti.
A. W. (Measun,
Hall's Catmrh cure in taken inter
ually anil acts directly on tho blood
and mucous snr aces of the system.
Send for t e-t iiniiii inls free.
F. .1. Cheney A Co . Toledo, O.
Std I bv nil dniuwl.-ts ".".
Take Hall's Family Pills foe con
st Ipnt u 11.
i iw ln-r 1 Iu It n
A very pretty wuldinuj occurred
Sunday noon at the home of Mr. and
Mra. II, II. Ilahn, in North Lakrview,
when their dauirhter (ieneva va
uiiite.l in marriage to Mr. Herman
(iraclwr Jr., of New Plue Creek The
ceremony wus perfornietl by P.ev. I.
('.Parker. The couple sttiod untler
a large wreath of mistletoe, which
was sent from Hood River by an
aunt of the bride. The bridesmaid
was Miss I'.ertlui Crueller and the
k' roo in 1. 111 nil was Mr. Pearl Mulkey.
The bride wore a uowu of white
China silk, and the bridesmaid was
tlre-M'd iu navy blue silk
After tlie ceremony the (;uets were
invited to a spleudid dinner, wln r
the tables were loaded with an i u ti
nite variety of cond things to eat,
to which all did ample justice.
Hesiiles the nii'iister aud his family,
the gnosis were the grooms parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman K iraeU-r,
the Misses SnpliPi and Ida tJr.ielter,
Mr. .-11111 Mrs. Otto Crneber, Toney
a nd ( ha rles 1 ireaber. Mr. and Mrs. .1.
F. Miytler ami son, of Willow Kauch.
Calif.. Mrs liellhammerand daught
er. Mn-x Kva, Mr. P. K. Iht'lllianiiiier,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred.l. Hownian anil
Tlie bride received a number of use
ful and valuable presents.
Tney will take up t heir home at
once on a homestead on the West
Side. 'I lie Fxaminer wishes tlietn a
long, happy and prosperous life.
her. of stock since he came to Lake
county. The bride also comes from
Ireland, aud Co. Lime-ick. aod hai
resided in Lakeview ov-r a year.
They will stay a few days in Lake
view, after which they will tro to
Plush, where they intend to rim It e
their future borne. Friends enough
do wish them all pood luck and happy
t)C ic ten io not tcx o jc o ko
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, FVop.
New Kitfs and tVP Accoiiuno
Fancy Teams X ll"tl?n
to Let '-tezzSZZZs For I reighters
Corner Canyon and Main Sts, Lakeview, Ore.
WLLKLV VRATIU;K KKPOKT.
Week ending Tuesday, Pcc.i!!!. 11MIS
Phj' iiihx lulu, pri't'lp hii'w cliarH.-Hr
ilaiiim lull n( tin)
WeTl7l"nnl"" T o"P" cldy J
jhurj "JIS I l! 1 0.110 I DO I '" deal'
frid'yl" IV '2 ""0.0i) j (H) j
nut 'y j J 4 I (MM) ! 00 I "
sun. I -17" I i's j ti.iHi imi I
iuoiU -hi I l'." j ti ou j on" "j "
t lies. I lit I (l.tio I 00" j clVly
Total Precipitation for 11107, -'ti.75 In
will tell you something' you
may not know about Farming,
Fires, Pearl Fishing, Pills,
Woman's Invasion, Flying
Machines, and Actors.
It will givcyou lots of good short
stones and beautiful pictures.
You'll like it. Get one to-day.
LOOK FOR THE PATCHWORK COVER
0'('miiior( laliort y
An iuteiesting ceremouy took place
at the Catholic church, at 7 o'c'ock
Tuesday moruiuj. when Katie Cla
horty of Lakeview and James O'Con
ner, of Plusb, were united by Futher
Tomkius iu tlie sacred bonds of
matrimouy. Very prettily dressed,
aud weariug the blush of youth and
hope, the happy couple looked very
attractive, aud a v?ry lovely, quiet
time was the share of t he little mar
riage party. Miss 1 lieu in (J'Sbea per
formed tlie functions of bridesmaid
very nicely; and Philip Hairy gave
tlie bride away.
The married couple spent the clay
at 'the home of Mrs. W. K Harry,
. auut of the bride; and iu the eveuiuc
h pleasant entertan iinent was enjoyed
by u host of luvited friends. A de-
llicious supper was shared by all pres
eut; while music and rhmciiic served
I to amuse tlie youuc folks till every
j one was pleased and delighted.
There were coucratulatious aud
; piesents galore, auion; which were: a
.valuable dinuer set of ctiina, iu fit
I pieces, from IUeuia H'Shea; salad
. dish, from Mrs. J. Marry tea set,
i from Mrs. and Miss Nellie Harry; cut
i kIhss fruit dish from Miss Folto-Lnl!'-itus;
desert plate from Mrs. Hutchuis
i and Mr. M. It Hart ; cut glass sauce
dish from Mrs. James McShane;
j bridle and silver bits, from Philip
j Harry and Michue! Finucaiie: guilts,
j and a room toll of other dittcient
aitich'S, trom Mrs. C Loiltus. Mrs.
,(!. Ay res, Mrs. W. ii. Ilervford, Airs.
W. Xicewaruew, Michael Sullivan,
The bridegroom is a native of Co.
Cork, liihiiid, ami is very sober and
industrious young man, having ac
quired a valuable ranch an large num
A neat little weddinij took place at
Mr. William Roush, home of the
charming young briie. on Dec. 27,
08'. Kev. U. 11. Stewart of Paisley,
officiating. Ju The presence of many
warm fiends, Misi Laura Lliz-ibeth
Roush, of Clover Flat, was hitched in
duubhr harness to the uauou of fam
ily cleasure aud disappointments with
Mr. Thcmas V. Mulkey, the well
known stockman o. Clover Flat, whv
became tired of the l,li?s of bachelor
hood, aud with the niutul cousent of
the sweet Muehintr i riile. has launch
ed successfully that old matrimouia
They receivd uianv beautiful
presents and have the t est wishes of
ab present. That oil ship sailed
steadily out into the unfathomable
fu.ure, with Mr. Mulkey at the helm,
aud for first mate, the fair compan
ion of his borom. We pray that with
the eye fixed ou tlmt far oif portal of
heaven, which, if r aelied iu j-afety,
after a long and useful happy life
here, the Saviour will meet them ami
usher them into the pert nee of their
maker as triuni( hantly as they have
been ushered iu to I he vows cf holy
Signed, Rev. D. II. St 3 wart.
Haire, Vt , Dee. S. "Does a iver
tisinu pay? Well, I should siiy it did,
particularly iu reliire.ui, " said the
Kev. Francis A. Poole, parlor of the
First Congregational cliur-.'h.
Mr. Poole took charge of the chnrcii
three years ago. It whs tleu a uiori
iiuud organization. .Mr. l'oole stait
ed with advert istmeuts in the news
papers big ones, a paje when he had
the money aud three or f.iiir columns
at other times He took Lie black
type, and he toll the people what was
going ou ui the church, what tneer
mou would lie about, aud who would
"As a result, "tay, Mr. l'oole, "the
congregation has quadrupled iu thiet
years, and at a meeting of trustee
we decided to enialge li.e church
building to tice its present size."
lC"a:tuieut ot the D U i i
laud Otll.'e Mi 1 i.kevien, " 'g,;
December ".''J, l'.VH.
N(ieeis liele'.y giveu thai DLL
SOLKIM, of l.'Iy. t teiMi). wtio, on
Nov. -Ju, 1 !.'". made I lomestt nd Kntry
No. :$S7S, K Serial No. :'! ! for SV
quarter. Section 17, Ttcwiship Hi' S.,
Hange i:.. Will Meiidiau, has tU"d
notice of intention to make Final
Commutation Proof. to etal:lihl
claim to the land above described, lt
fore Register und lieeeiver, lit l.ai.t
view, (iregon, jn ti e rjth day of Feb
Z Claimant ni.mes as witit-scs W'n:.
K. Slitter, H, J. Lanirkam, Kristiau
Jorgensen, of lily, Oregon. John
Jacobseu, of Lakeview, 0.,,n,
r),'ti irt ' '
10 o. . .....son. Hi'inste.
It la a Wonder
Chamberlain's Liniment is oue of
tlie most remarkable preparations yet
produced for the relief of rheumatic
pains, aud for lame beck, spraius aud
bruises. Tlie quick relief from pain
which it allords in case of rheuma
tism iu alone worth many timet its
cost. Price, 25 cents; large size 50o
tor salt hv Paly and Hail.
Blue Prints Made
isniK-jiw-.'arv art", w jt nyfi
I will make I 1 ue Prints of
any tract ..f I mil lit the
Lakeview L'Hid District, und
do abstract work. Call or
W. It. SNYDEK
Lakeview . Ore iron
Newly Furnished Rooms Comfortable Beds
Tables Supplied With the Hest In ti e Market
Cuxsine Excellent Home Cooking
Bakery connection. Delicacies l aii Winds
1 ies Lakes, Kolls. I res Ii j! read Daily
C. E. LONZWAY, Proprietcr