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LAKL COINIY i:AMINKIl, MKHVIKW, OltKOON. THIKSDAY. .JULY 22. Ill !)
The Only Baking Powder fpSSSJ
mfirln from ri-?vj
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
-Made from Grapes
, A Guarantee of Pure,
Healthful, Delicious Food
Was Badly Hurt
The iieoldant Hint befell Mr. A. M.
Smith, nf Neiv t I tin Creek, w iin much
morn serinim limn first report"d.
It seem while Iik wit oir
mower, the Ibiii became frightened
hihI etarled to run. He rn !(- the
1 1 lion liut ('mill nut slop tli horse.
Ha a thrown tu the ground miI
(Intuit! nni yard. The machine
pasd over lilm, making h compound
fraetur (if unit uf hi leg, eiroke
three ribs, and made many cut and
bruise on IiIh Ii.i'v. It In a wonder
that he wa ml It Hied mi Ir U' tit.
Dr Hull wiih Miiiiiinnned and imt
wlthtiiiillng Mr. Nuilth' senium In
jiirii'K In- will (ally recover In tunc,
Tim many fi lends of Mi. Smith
throughout th mmtitv will regtet t'i
learn uf the 'K'l'l li'iit, Imt eiirnetillv
Ileum for IiIm Mrlr recovery from Mi
fatter far I'tihllmtUm
ku i i w viii m mm i
Persona! Mention Jf
Judge F. Vl Briittaln and wife have
gone lo riil i t'i vUit r ' J u 1 1 v t noil
' friend' f"r h lew day.
A. J !iy. of Newi-ll, Nehr,. was
III 0W" If' Hei'lt ftiIHg lip tMM
('turn. Iiiiili-tl if the Klamath
1 1 m Lake v- St it line Aim In town
over Hlllicli .
nek Wlilli ' r"i
lltlidlllt nti l'. . i
1 1 In town for n
tcrod nt Paisley tiit
tlm nii'iii'i r on the i ii
111 Dorks nii'l Imr'l r
I Him prom I
I ii canity
t. lie w iii
ii Hi' spend
ii mi ig after
Mr. 'leuige Htork n i'i, ot I
villi-, Ih tic i a on n vim' "ith her
Mr. C. K. Slu'ilock gave lawn
party itt her home haturday to Nliout
foil)' of her friend. I'lvn tables of
whist ucb In pbiv under tlm tree.
For those Alio 'II I not imrtlciputH
In Itiii Curd uaiiii', tlm hoptcim hml
pri-pHrC'l h Mower voi-hpIiii' rontfHt.
Thn color Hrlmnn" wiih yellow iind
white. '1 tii pri'ilofiilnHtiiitf (lower
IjkIiiu the ( NMfori.Nl poppy
entM. Mr. iiml Mr. . M. 1 1 Hive.
Mrn.UorH Coltln hmt returned from
tier vlclt t tin Himttlfl Ku.r.
Mr. Mui Mrf. G. I). Hi kMionii lenve
'rldy for (irnntH l'ain to visit her
pH tp n in and tliHii will ko to the HuhI
Mm. M. M. Conley nf TaUley, I
vlHitluK In town.
Mm W. V. Meryford int to l'me
A. L. Mct'ur.ly vn over to Klnm
Hlb I'mIIm IhmI week to tnkM exHtnina
tloui for n l.nrljT'B tnle llcenHe.
Ceo. llHiiklu whs in .Slimmer Luke
ni-verhl oh.vh IiihI wtck lookiDK after
din dock Inetemt.
J. U. Will it hnn tnken roitltloo
At live udMlnly luin:heou whh nerved J with T. K. Ilenmrd
lilt H Iwik'n liilile im the ln.n. I he
I p'hi'm cMrd weri Ciiliforn In popple
, done In witter color, TIiohh who
i hhnImIh I i, ere: MeHilHineit. N'orln.
Miller. Thornton. Ilxtchelder, Knel
Mini. Iloyd Mild Mtxit LiiorH Knrllliii.
' l.lllln .oHiy .Newell nrli'd um lliihur.
Mihh Maiole liov I, of Kluiiiiilh
: l-'iilin, fiivn eeviTHl reii'lliiUH, which
were enjoyed I y -vnry ouu preneut.
Anionu the Invite I iirlii were the
fii)loiu Me ln'iien K. II. I'lnrk.
' ('. I'liil iich. t . N WiiIkoii, (J. ).
Ilnrro'v. Keiil. Ilriittnln. C. I!. Knl-
uf I ritlirilimill. Mi'lVfOidreH. I'lltt'l) I.
Oepertiiient of tin) Interior. United i Kinetuirt, Kov Shirk. W. II Hhlrk
Siielliii, I' Miilkner. Kymi. I.. r .
S.iiK.r. (' li. K-Hifer. Martin. Atiten,
lleniU, HhII. .IoIiiikou, Corey, Newell,
Thomnx. nod Nellon and MUHea Ijiu
ton, I; he, Hnl'ier, mid Tonn'PK'ieii.
Ktitte I.Hii'l Dltlcii,
aon, Inly M, I'.kcj.
Notice la herrliy ulvcn tlmt Hie
atntn of Oregon haa Mind In thla olllce
Ita Hipll'iitoii, Scrlul tltm. to yelect
under the provUl in ot the hci of
ConureN, of Xiikiw'. M. 1HIS, end the
act imppleiiiHiital mid miieiidatory
thereto, lh SW ('iiarter SW miHrter,
si. to t ::t h , l. r. K w. M.
Any nnd n I piT'on cl ii I mi hi nd
veraely the landa diMcrlliel, or dealr-
Intf to nlijcrl I it'iie of the inlnernl
rhiirHctar of the Ian I, or for any
other reiiMon, to the dlepONiil to reanlt
llppllcilllt. dtinlll I lll their l.ltl llivlt
III till oltlce, on i r Imfore the -'ith
ilay of A niiiiMt. l!Ki't.
T.ic aliov" notli'H will I n tmlil ihed
In the l.nke County Kxaiuiner. u
weekly neAHi'iiper pi luted and pub
I lulled in l.akeview, Oregon, for n
period of dt leitft live week prior to
the dale luxt In mhII liutice tnen
AKTIIl'U W. OiCTON. Hi'Klater
Prosperity in Northwest
1 it iik withnnt I"irc
drinks without Ice
Til I". Mnrvi'liniM
vt lili-li t;l cm -li.
iohIiI I'l'HIlllH, h
kifpiiitf liiii"l. f"r ii pl-cilun
ml, ill tin hiiiii" tcntpriiitiirc
the)' mi' li- el In Sto' liottli'.
M.iilUS Hot He.
h Hii'inlimlv Im-
Cl HIkI I llclfll mi
for t lie 1 1 ii r k ki i if
in whl. li
Kxcept ion'tl pniNperity fur the
Noil h weal thla year la predicted by
W. W Hrniinliton, traltlc mm iiucr of
the dreat Northern KaiNay, ua the
ct a lii id tier wlexat crop. Mr.
iiruiitthton atudiea wheat cure f til ly
eitoli year, and thla time he observes
that the farmer ere oln to make
lilt k 1 1 mi.'. Speaking ot the eltua
tion, Mr. Uruiiuh'jii BHya: "1 have
conie acroe the country alowly for
the expretia purpuve of K"'tlnK nut
iimonu the prolucera and wheat
denier to aacerlniu crop comlit ionn.
Not for many year hna the vaat
htrt'tch of country from Minnesota to
i the Sound ln-en eo prollflu wltb ita
j wheat. The crop In Waahlut'tuu
I atate la cepecially food and heavy.
, 1 have croaaed the country itiuny
tiuiea but never did I Lee a people an
i happy and contented with their lot
! a the farmer lu the reuiou tapped
by the (ireat Northern and ita
' branchiiH. Kitilwiiya keep jiiht iih
uood itccoiint of the crops aa Hie bank
er ami Kmiu deulira Ne alo kuow
what I doinrf hi dihtrlct other than
our own. So it reeui I eaaoniiblo to
eity. that with t'oo.l crnpa ruin Min
1 nnVota to unit uater, trom the I'lutto
; lo the Saakatolmwan In Ciluitviii, the
entile VCft will enjoy I eiiiiirkable
; prohperity thla yeiti. 1 look for the
! urenteHt travel the Went Iihh ever aeen
, iu the middle of July and September.
Oi- farmers, fruituieii
fiicu when in town will iMeatly obllue
i iih if they will drop in The Kxiiniiier
Dltlce mid tell ue ot their ex ,hi ieuce
this year. It la the liitoniuit I'Mi our
thousands of eastern readers desire,
and will mean not ouly much to
them, but an increased iimnitratinu
will bi'iit'llt tvery one now here,
whether or ipret.V owner or not. If
you ciiu'i com write us what ha
been your success this year in any
STOCK HOLDER'S MEETING
It will ke p contents hot thirty
hours and warm two and a hall
days ; it w ill keep contents ice
cold threi and a halt days and
Chilled five days.
A. I.. THORNTON, .
UikevUw. , - Oregon
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Dent Telephone A Tel
egraph Company, a corporation will
be held at the Comity JudueN ottlce,
iu the Court House, ill the towu of
Lakeview, Oregon on August K, l'.N)1.).
a! tli' hour ot 'i. o'clock p. m., for the
puioo-,' t vlecliuK H Aioard of direct
mih to seme 'lie ensuing year and for
t he tr t'lii" Ion of such business us
may como before the meeting.
r-!'.l uAKUY BAILKY, Secretary.
Onted .Inlv --. I'.WJ.
DRENKEL (Sb PAINE
Offer some ficiuii 'e har.nains in
Goose Lake Valley Lands
KiO acnt Improved
Irritated district 8
Lakcvicw, fM. Ir
i I. . .. I.itv I ilir
lnul' c ..... .a" , - V.
ami ami imprtivinn --
work avolilcl. .V 'l H'1"' ""'Hdy to
um" farina will nmkc a home ;nl a
",1! uev for you, m i-xiM-rluu-nt,
ti.o cro,." arc uTowInK U.u. now, own
er old and iiiiihI rcttro.
Another one. ou.i ol the bent fiiilt
ranches In Oooho Lake I ' -,H'
acriM, IMuo Crtnik dlHtrict. 15 aciea
licarlnu orchard, 8 ayrcu licrrlt'H
IH) acit'Hjalfalfa, TiO acrce-llnn orchard
land, balance iiaHtun ami umber,
ampin water rluht, f .' ..mU'rops o
If taken at once, ov. nei,,iiiust rclii e.
l'rlco on nipllatloii,
Ami as: to land for chicken ranches.
we huve the beat ami closest to
Lnkeview, for liietance: 70 acrea
iiiIIch hoiiiIi, meadow ami uraiu land,
creek through It. rich hoII, good hay,
ami only MO per arre. .
Another one: mile south of town, 4
acres excellent laud, 7 mom house.
Iiiirn, shcilH, windmill etc. f."00 cash,
lmlance hmn time. T'kks are .'JO to W)
cents per do,, the year round, ami a
hiiHtler can hood make this place puy
A few of those choice M. I. r0 ft lots In
Dieiikcl'H Addition left ai flM). each,
chhIi or 10. per munth, urnveled
Htreets. hltfh dry and Bi;hU.v location,
the bulldlnu boom lrf"nu here.
Full liifiirinallon about the anovo
and many other good properties on
imKNKKL&rAINF,, Lnkeviow. Oro.
Mrs. Job. McDemott. of the West
Hide, wh ihopplnii Iu town Saturday.
Mrs. Kolnrt Martin I said to be
improvlutf in health since she went
to lioaeburu In the Willamette valley,
which is uooil i, ens to her many
friends In the county. Her slater
.Mrs. Khiuiuck.ls still with her.
Mrs. Harry Bailey and children re
turned this week from their trip to
Portland and Seattle.
Deputy Supervisor Johns-.o and
lUnner Pattit, of the Deschutes Na
tional Forest are in town lonkiuK
alter a contest in the interest of the
NiitioiiHl Forestry Service.
J C. UrockeUby ha retruned from
Valley Falls where he has been con
structing ttie store building for Post
master Myers, of that to'.n.
II. C. Shimp. ol the O. V. L. Co.
was up from Alturas oiinday, where
he la Btopplnu looking after the
steadiboat and the "onto" road
Land F.xamluer Mcltride. of the
Forestry Hevlce, is here makiuu an
eXHinliiHt ion of ail homesteads under
the Act of June 11, U. S. Statutes.
Miss Maud Klppley, who sans sev
eral neeka at the Arcadia Theatre has
returned to her home ir. Gold Hill.
J. F. Donovan, of Sao Francisio
and F U Wilson, of Hoiul Ki h
ninnd. completed a ttrip of Chewau
can. Surpiise and Lon Valleys Tues
day ntuht and teport that we hare a
country of wonderful possibilities
and are piuniutf their faith by mak
ln heavy inventmeuts that will meau
much for our future development..
(!. L. (iuspin. of Seattle, wat an
arrival this week on a tout of inspec
tion. Jle has traveled from British
Coltim uia t& Lower California look
ina for a location and says Lakeview
suits him t'-e best of auytbiuu he has
teen iu all his Davids.
Mr. Hert Rice, the Secretary of our
Board of 'J'lade, left this moruiuK for
a short trip to Portland, wheie be
will Hlleud to some business for this
community and likewise take a few
days rest before the bin rush that is
expected, as he will have plenty of
work in so his otlice duriuu the Sep
tember opening of the Oregon Valley
Company's lundf. : -
F.arl Dnrlymple, adoyted'son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Carriker of the West
Side, who is now iu lieneva. Wis.,
with bis mother, writes that though i
having a good time, he Ikes the
Goose Lak$ Valley the nest, aud will
lie gla i to get back.
F. M. Miller aud wife and V. I..
Snelliug aud wife nutocd out Suudn
to ,ay a visit to Mr and Mrs. L. .
Carriker, of the West Side.
Mrs. II. A. Jones, of Lakeview, has
a very flue garden, considering it it
the result of the labor f a lady
uearly HO years of age. Among other
things she hss two young pear trees
now iu bloom, besides a Hue straw
berry' patch, and a lot of uurruuts,
goosetieriles nnd other varieties, el.
of which are loaded with Hue fruit.
Clearance Sale of
There are a lot of things in our big
stock SEASONABLE THINGS-that we
are ready to dispose of without regard
to conventional profits things that
most people need every day. We have
planned to give good discounts on many
lines for a short time.
25 olo Off
All Ladies' WaisLs must Go at this discount.. We
have a small loL; all new goods; none reserved.
All Lawns, Batists and Swisses we will give an
extra good discount. Don't forget, the place.
Lakeview Mercantile Company.
COURT HOUSE IMPROVEMENT! The Harney Ti-nes of the 10th iust. ) A chap came la the other day an 4
isiys: Wm Elaaley ht8 just roun led j said be wanted to buy a newspaper la
up and etartel a band of 4..X) young i some good live towo. as his health
Have you noticed how the new1
Court House grounds are bigoing to '
improve and take definite shape dor- ,
ing th last week? The old frame
store house was bought by Mr. C. U. !
Snider aud has been torn down and '
carted awav and now men and teams
are now at work grading the grounds
preparatory to putting iu the lawn.
Mr. Graves baa dene some excellent
work on the cement sidealks and tbey
are about completed. We should be
proud of our Court House for you
will not find a better one in the west.
heifers to the K'a'nafh coqutry. He
had taken a contract to deliver a
number of young cows w it bin a cer
tain period and while it look some
bustling, be made good and started
the finest bunch cf y lung stuff ev-ir
gottoo together in this Eastern Ore
goo section. It is snl.lom that one
may find that number of young heif
ers in one bunch anywhere.
W. n. Douglas shoes for meo at
Lakeview Mercatuile Co.
was not good ao 1 he wanted so ne
thing where he coull make a living
without work. Woris failed us for
once to express our ideas la tbe
matter, but a friend toll him be
tnougbt "bottoming chairs" was tb.
jb to suit hitn ad that j'Hiii from
what he bal noticed about the Ex
au.iner be was firmly convinced that
it was the hardest grafe in town. Toe
incipient, or wuul 1 be journalist went
out with an air of injured inuoceucs.
Country bacon and lard at B. & M's.
Beat the Railroad To It
r.. ' ,
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
j v r a n v tiii ti i, i i '
r. i.?1n,Wi".V P
strong, durable, comfortable
Karments for workinfjmen
J. W. ISENHART
Is prepared to take order to
Pure Milk and Cream.
Ordern left at Ahlntroin
Hro will receive prompt
and careful attention
frame house, lot Kx'2Sb, barn acres, H-roi.in house. Klit-d. all cl.-nr-
,i uii.i.i.. ii,.sf im rt nf; eu ami jenci n. nail inn.- trom ow i
town;bath, hot water; electric lights; "" county road, a tin.- investment t.
excellent location for a boarding '"V . (;lt v " ""e-r lut.ue.
hni.,.. lot n l.lo.-U from center of ?'isW- eJOO ilo wn. fine pi ace fur ,l!ie
town: nil furnished, a money niaker.,riht people, will be taken at once
4i00, part cash.
lf'7 in r.-s. rijlit iu tlii' town of Aihl.
I-nke county, tin ncres in alfulia.
Uinid house wml liariis. all lencfd and
rr fenced, all irrigated, some of the
fii.i st liiml in this couutrc. part can
liv be cut into town lots. tti..i(X), part
5-room houae. frame, tine xl.ade, halfWV Imv sonic excellent limb, r "j.rop i" a''re1- 4" 'illll,ir. 1- 'iles west of
block from court house, and main! erties listed. W, ite us about then..!. ,vww 'Y'l road. Iloti-e
...ot- 1 ti ..Ix.trlp llil.tu l.iif lnu II. Th..v nr.. u snun wur.. n . ..-t 1 TIim- I ' in ,m nurnii'uini,
.... . io.. e.V.ion ,i. ,...1, !,.,',t.. ...,.,,'r.. .. .i...i.". 1 ,itto.l KhiJcn, :!0 hiivs irraii. 4
Itlillioiitii Lm.i.iv, ... ............ ..
in boiuiil to Increase.
We have. Home of the best homes
Lakeview listed 'villi us. Some
furnished complete, ready to movei a) ,u.,VHi cheap land ,?10 fenced. hou. !
Into at once, bath, etc. and barn. Part meadow, balai.ee
timber is being -0"11 arJtT' f m res irraii. 4 living
ami prices arc -' t I.,;elfn4j'fi1-" to
wooil cut, all for fb:O0. cash. lhis
price is low.
fJMJO-Houee, bam and orchard. 'ur ou'it
acres, New Pine Creek-8 rooms,!"01"1 tl,nU r 11
frame, good location, one third down.j
balance, o per cent.
HUJ acres ;HI acres natural meadow
fenced, about 110 acres tine timber,
lire spring, aud cceek on the laud,
!bouee ubiut 3 rooms. 1000.
L'MI Acres ti e level laud live miles
from town b section lines feneed
"flM-nO an cre cash. Wil. be within
liairy Ibinch :!l!0 acres, hlaimith
No.lti For fSOOO. cash, posses- County 2 burns, tine "-room house.
..i I...... ) ... Int IUv-'7 A'. . ..!, ...1 l ...1 .r,.,..t ,r. ''Mil l..r.,L
laruenew bar'n.bcst of shade &"friilt.!irrl,ratl. about 4n head nin'l ,uilcli'two ""'-"" proposed railroad
bat h, complete, wiil include furnit iifecows. On County road, telephone
lhis one will be taken ouick oiitcommunicatioti. '0 tier acri'. 5i.O acres all fenced, hou e etc.
block from Court House.
Five-room house, irame; jrood barn.ilomentead Keliminisbuieus two
can be made over into six orsev- acre tracts, ouly a short time uecvss
en rotim house for !? J00. 2 acres of ex-inry to prove up on. One boue and
eellent laud ;" blocks from Court, hum etc. 300. the other fJTiii, and
House, house ami barn alone cosi teuced, part cleared.
1.0011; the hind can be cut lino Pilots
ami re-sold at enough to clear Hie
place thin U right in town. Price
hay lan.ls. creek through the farm
(only five miles from town. $25 per
100' with terms.
170 acres Near New Pine Creek,
l:Lti00, 1,000 fruit trees, all kinds
of berries, aud gardens truck, best of
2200. Modern 6-room Bungalow uter rights & room bouse, a tried
new, all details complete, lenceti, nana proven iruit iarm, oue iDira
good buv, must close at once. dowu, balance 8 per cent.
Houses. dtlie tit si'll or rent art'
sen cee in l.nki'v lew. if vu .No. 3 4s0 acrea, north of Lakeview
iiiemi business we will sent! pho-l miles, on proposed right of way of
railway. 7-rt)otn house, barn, capae
ity 100 tons of hay. 1500 Hheep, ltH
acrvM under Irrigation, two cifeks
erosH the farm. Small orchard. Best
of hay & grain land. I'nlliultcd range
jfxliH.1. The iuiirovemeues alone rep-
Best hotel or store (site In towo.
Mock from Court House, block east
of Main St It is the abutting
property at end of Street. Eve y one market long
hous. Lot 77 ft froulT l"8 tt deep "
r.,K ilbinch 160 acren nil fenced, good
fruit of all kinds, also 40 to at) acres
for grain, near Lakeview on county
road, spring water all year, 6-room
Accident Life &
We issue policlt'M for life, accident, tire
aud liability insurance. Be iireonr
ed for the Inevitable rall y day. Acci
dents often happen, death is sine;
tires occur, In the course of human
te vents. Protect yourself.-
1 lot ISO x 275 ft. main street of tow u. Lim, tiUrU waU)r ttU TM, ... rniriH II Vh T I Ull
orchard, flue shade trees, one block!,ollHt. ,-, tr ., , ., ,,1.1 1 II I V T II 1 ill I 1 1 I I U W 1 1
from itourt house. fl(HX), part essh.L ., 5;HI eash. "balance 1 to
by the best homes in
years. "Heut tlio Kallroad toit."
60 x '60,
strict Ions. Lots 7
ii lock 1 also lots 12 200. A,
lilock l,renkeis nrst a.iiiniou
Joe Klltott. Mgr.
i...... i i.. . ..Kani'li 100 acres 10 acres cleared.
i wVi hniidinu re-1 all fenced, house aud a barn, bothi ne ot tne ne-t en ine.w
V...Jr a 5..-:. loractlcally new. this propoerty is lust going. Vrvc goven
r.l.nr .nw . . . "n" :i . v 'H'o ,l...i.. ...-.,..., I.. .1... I
TI fi-'ail jut) IWPb ui cuuiiinuu, v iinio hiiiii.-'- , , . , ,n , u-.t i,rm
I.J I , ., . :.,..,., ,r.....l 1.. 4.1, 4,.
.towu, creea runa inrougu u. ciooo. ".'- -.rnen i.in
W'a nier Valley
'o S 'cnic the
Branches: Plush, TMcv