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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1910)
UAKk IXMJMTV KXJlJIKK. WiKWVIKW,UKICti4Jlv, TH0lCrttfA fKlHUART 10 Kit.
I Garden Seeds I Flower Sjedsl Onion Seta!
Ho w does your garden gro w?
Supply my needs.
They ewe the best to sow.
We have Just received a full variety of
0. M. Ferry's Garden and Flower Seeds.
Also a fresh supply Of OnioniSets.
CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFsjj)
Andrew Anderson, of FlagaTatf
S?rth Warnei ) lake, was la town
sweral days tbia week He has a
rt tract wbicb be IntendB to irrl
nte, to extent of about 20 acres ibia
jut by means ot a reservoir, and
TCMoa, operated by a wind milL He
Mja-it has not been a bad wlnt.r
vmtt tbere and when be left there the
aoa Ba an gone.
- Oa onr inside pages will ba fonnd
Pafciey items that were receivd too
tir publication laai issue.
"terney County News : 'The Lase--rm
Examiner is a splendid booster
' -feraoatbeastaro Oregon and is a lively
oafer in general." Thank yod, Bru.
Km. Harvey Colvto arrived on the
vattfeera stage Monday even lag.
?"Rhart who iaf now at Uleo
iasfevCeL rites ttoatonr Ore cold
-aa baa reached that piaoa, tbe
"femnometer registering below- freez
tog many litres.
The Warner Valley Mercantile Co.
Jave eolfi their store, at Adel; te J.
J Van Keuleo. their for-"!'.. Clerk.
F. Burcb, and C. C. Burch The
-ransfei will be msde abool'thw lit
" vMBtb of this month. .. . .' '"
Dr. Campbell of the ' IaWeview
" eelopnent Conpaoy aad wife have
- ose on an extended tour of Califor
nia. They w ill return to this section.
An Interesting: Decision
fl W. Davis the real estate man.
wade a contract with the owner for
feud in Villa Hill. aereeing to pay,
Krt down as purchases were made,
ho thet he could give title. A man I
to whom he sold failed to keen op bis.
smymeota. aud tbe ManstMrt com- j
ov hold'ng the assigned claim of j
ilis, aaed to foreclose
J a rise Morrow holds that the fore-jjo-wire
caount ne made uotil the man (
sue is in po&itiun to give abso-i
To s title. As moat new tracts are j
.ned under thia method, real es ;
ta -imeo w ill he put in a bad poei- ;
f i if the nurchaaers refuse to pay:
ore absolute title to the property j
m aaaed. i
Cold Weather Pendleton
l-ENDLF.TON. Or, Feb,. 1-Tbis
j lion of Kaoteru Oregon is in the
T o of zero weather agnio. The
rr oqJ is covered with snow end if
Hi cold wfcdtbi;r cnutinues it will
- (rent expense aud possible loss
4te stockuieD. Fend H high and hard
lo x et at anv r rice According to
reports teceivad this evemog rom
tii' John Day country in Grant
toautv tbe hay eupp y ia exhausted
icd cattle can he purchaed at 85 a
lead. It is aid that tbey are already
too neak to be driveu out to where
ftni can be obtained.
It ib cisar tonight, fa atroug wiud is
srJowiog from the north, aud there is
wary indication ttat tbe te-npeiature
iU go below zero betore morning
We have the best assortment of mattresses ever
brought to Lakeview. A full line of Silk Floss,
Sanitary, VAaHl'ii Felt, Cotton and others
We also carry a full line of Furniture, Iron Beds,
Carpets, Linoleum, Go-carts, Quilts, Blankets etc
OOLVIN'S FURNITURE STORE.
Undertaking Parlors in Connection!
Witt have Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies every
day. Lunch. Counter in Connection.
IUH ALL NIGHT 0. M. SHAFFER, LUNAELR LAKEVIEW
The N-C-O baa commenced work in
Tieno on its new car-shops. Tbe lit
tle old narrow-gauue is corning ahead
on broad-eauge noes ana ijaseview
will be placed soon on tbe railroad
UK M. Thompson, station agent of
the S. P. at Klamath Falls well
known to Lakeview business men, ha
been promoted traveling agent oftbe
company between .Sacramento aud
Ashland and between Weed and
Silver Lake Leader: Lake county's
tax levy this year la seven and nine
tenths. We venture that tbere la not
another joaoty in tbe state with eoiutiBfy
low a levy. A ooanty oat of debt.
money in its treasury, good new
coarthoaae, an exceedingly low levy,
moat be proeperona ooanty, aa well
as a mighty good one to live in.
We do not know tbe politics of tbe
Cedarville Beoord bat it i putting in
some good knookaat the trusts and all
that tbey represent, that buuld bave
an appeoiative reponee from ita
:A . Baker City .''mining man puts cut
dynamite for coyotes. Tbey gulp it
down and it ii soon all r.ver witb
them, and does not injure the pelt.
In thia war be baa gathered several
hundred dollars in bounties this
Senator Bourne has introduced a
bill appropriating 110,000 for use in
co-operating with tbe Oregon Histor
ical Society in erecting a monun snt
to Lewi and Clark, on tbe site where
tbey built Fort Clitsop in 1800.
J. B. AUTEN
Wo have a carload of implements
that will arrive about Feb. lStb, such
as Disc Plows, Sulkey Plows. (Jang
dIows, Dlso Harrows, Spring Tooth
Harrows, Steel Lever Harrows, Also,
the Peter Scbuttler wagon, the only
wagon that ever crosned the plains
without resetting the tires. Each
wagon fully warranted. Why buy
a Steel Range that is not warranted?
Buy a "TOLEDO " or a "CiUCA
UO" steel Kiuge, they have a writ
ten guarantee,, for ten yars.
Soon be time for gardening. We
carry a full line of garden tools and
Plaute Jr Seeders.
Do You Want to 8ll?
If ou want to Ml your bulmw
nf aui kind, or If VoU wiint to sell
rour nnttMTtv. nod will makr the
price right. I would Hue to hwtr from
w. litre uWrluilon end prtw.
AMmw J. K. HMITtl. MS Chiunbvr
Ooaiaaorcv. PorllHPI.Oreiron. 3v
Se, Valentine's Der. Comes Mo
d tak jrear.
A ail elabt diati at Bnlder'e
Opera tioaee Feb. 23 A Rood variety
of daaoee ere to -tor. Come, bring
tout Meads and epeud- a marry
Tho placwher buslnost
men moot Is at Swenion'i
OK SHERIFF SALE
Uadar and by vtrtura of an rxecu
tloo to foreclosure, issued out of the
Circuit Court of tbe State of Oregon
for the County of Lake, oc the IStb
day of Deoember. 1900, to me directed
and aellvered in a suit in said Court
for aald County and StHte wherein
Carstena Packing Company, a Cor
poration, aa plaintiffs, recovered
ladirment acainst He u hen tleoue
man, Jennie M. Henneman, his wifa,
Alexander Keith. and Georgians
A. Keith hia wife, aa tbe
defendants for the sum of Fifteen
Hundred and Meveu (11511) Dollars
and coats and disbursement taxed at
Nlnty-four (M) Dollar ou tbe 22nd
day of October, 1908, said judgment
bearing interest at tbe rata of C par
oeat per annum from November 22nd,
1908, and also a decree ot toreoloeuie
and order ot sal against raid de
fendants and by direction of said
order of aald Court and said execu
tion, I am commanded to sell tbe fol
lowing described real property, to-wit :
- The Northwest quarter ot Section
Three -in TowoshtD Thirty-seven
south -of range nineteen eaut of the
.WilUmftte Meridian, in Lake County,
Uregou. i"r tne purpose oi Bauaiy iuk
paid judgment of tbe plaintiff's aud
toe cost and expenses of such sale.
Notice "is Hereby (liven that on
tbe 12th day of March 1910. at
the Court Honse Door on the
....I L'udf hI.Im ii f thu (?miri
House of Lake CouuU in th Sat
of Oregon, Situat'-d in the Tnwncf
Lakeview. ut tne hour or teu o cim-K
iu the jreiun faid day 1
will sell at public auction to the
bigheat liidder for cash, all the right,
title aud interest which the dofetidauta
Rubor) Fi. lleunemau. Jennie M.
Heuneinan. hia wife, Alexander Keith
dml (eorgiana A. Keith, Inn wire,
nad on the 13tb day of February,
1901, or any other which they, or
either of them, may bave acquired
since that time in and to tbe said
lands hereinoefore described or so
much thereof as mny be necessary to
said lodgment and tbe costs
ana expenses ot
Dated this 8th
making uch sale,
day of Feburary
Sheriff of Lake County. Oregon
By C. D. ARTHUR. Deputy.
Meet me at
Things to Adore
Of CMirsa locks and hinges ar. thingt
to a door, but that's a miiarabls old
joka. It is a serious fact, howtvsr.
that th. beautiful Cards, Invitations
Programs and Stationery printed at
this office are
Things to Adore
Rainbow laces "The kind that
plea ea just opened a' Li & .V.
Fresh candy, every day at tbe Bon
Mr. Home ttuilder Our line of
suppl ies has never be-n questioned
See if you can find fault with them.
M & B
Peanuts u popcorn, always hot, at
the Bon Tou confentiuery.
Will help your bnnk account if you
will let us. One maa has made over
J2OO.0O trapping this teasoo. Why
not youY We bave tbe ttape. B &. M
We bave tr. talk about TILLM A SNS
cauued stuf. We know they have
quxlity. I' ii easier to ask for TILL
MAN.NS than it Is to explain wnv
that brand is so m u c b better Say
tbe word at B iM
is the place where you
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT.
Weok ending TucHday, Feb. 7, 1910
Day max mlo,
wed. I 34
th nr. Jlfj I-
f rUVyj" :'2J 6i
sat'yjjW Q J
huh" 45 "I IS I'
uion.l 29 31
tueH. j 30 1 j
The Examiner neglected to change
tbe weather report last week and tbe
same is submitted hereitb: Low;2Tth,
l;2Cth, 17 i 27th, 14; 28th, 12; 20tb.
l4; :0th. 20; 31st, 30. High 89.40,
40, 40, 40. 43, 45.
Fmmr Outs Smma Oostumss
MO Bau. Osisms
Roouih in New Bunting Building
weut of Court House.
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Notloe It hereby given that the uo
derelgned, II. A. Hrattaio aad Paul
J. Brattain, bar been appointed by
tbe County Uourt of Lake County.
Omgon. Kxeoutoni of the last will
and testament of T. J. Brattain, de-
eeaeed. now therefore, all persons
saving claims against tne estate of
I Dm aii r. j, urattaia, deoeaand, are
reqlored to preeent them with prop
er vouchers, within six months fiom
tbe date of this notice, to the under
signed exeontora at the lata residence
of T J. Hrattaio, deceased. In Che-
waucan Valley, in Lake County Ore
Dated thia 5, day of February. 1910.
H. A. URATTAIN.
PAUL J. BRATTAIN.
Executors of the last will and testa
ment of T. J. lirattain, deceased
Notice ia hereby glveo that tbe uo-
deraigned, K. W., Brattain, has bees
appointed Administrator of the estate
uf Stephen Uaylord, deoeased, by the
County Court of Lake County, Ore
Now. therefore, all persons havlna
claims against tbe estate of the said
Stephen Uaylord, deosased, are . re
quired to present them with proper
vouchers, within all months from
tbe date of this notice to the tinder
slund administrator at his residence
n the town Of Lakeview, in Lake
County, Oregon. " gHK
Dited this fi. ilayof February, f:'h
" -.X"; ;k: M. lilt ATTAIN
AdminiHtrator of the phImIh of!
Stephen Uaylord, ilectuiHei.
Notice of Dissolution
whom it may cihictii : ' Nut lit
In hereby k''" Hint the pn rt ueolilj)
heretnfureexlMlliig Ix'tween ('l)illd M.
Juhna mid L. F. 'inn under the mvle
Hn.l firm mime of (MUM .l()IIN,
ut Lukeview, Orenon, hiiH Ixn-n thM
dtiy disHolved by mutual conaent of
said puituerH, xald Claude M. .! otitis
retiring from the linn.
All iiioueya due nr to become due
sail Hrni are payable to the aald
L. F. Conn, and ull obligations here
tofore contra ted by eaid firm arc
payable to him.
Dated February Ind. 1910J
L. F. Conn
wt laud M J hliM.
I 'ear tne, urt- ;iu a tramp?
i don't kiU'W. Indy Some towns I
ii;ish-s iliroiixh hhvh I am and puts
tne In de Jail, but others nays I'm a
cbamiieen pedestrian and gives me
banquet an' things." New York
One of tbe best publications for
ladies ia The Delineator. It is a
large, folio size, and is beautifully
r rioted and full of mattter that is
dear to tbe feminine heirt. It costs
only $1 60 a year and sbould b in
every well ordered home. It is pub
lished by the Bitterick Publishing
Co., Ltd. New J'ork, N. V.
farm In Harney 7
county, with or without buai- Y
nesit lot In l.nlcevlew.
' O. TOEPPEKWEIN & CO.
B Konna M'ld'ir. UolKe.
t, Idaho. ft I
Why d v.
Railr ads ar
of our lands.
Settlers are coming every day and locating.
What has been known as the GREAT INLAND
EMPIRE will soon be segregated with railroads
and become one of the most prosperous farming
sections in, the West.
You know the advantages and opportunities there are in a new
country, and the ever increasing price of land, and we assure you that
a trip into our county will prove one of the best investments you ever
REMHMBER, we make, a specialty of locating homesteads, desert
claims, and reporting on .school lands, college lands, etc, and we assure
you of the very best of service.
Write or call on us for any information you may want concerning
such lands. 1 ; .
PACIFIC LAND CO.
Over Lakeview Pharmacy
Fvc just received a very pretty
LADIES9 TAILORED WAISTS
Prices $2 $2.50 $2.75 and $3 each
You will want one.
Remember THIS WEEK closes
My Horse- Shoe Sale
Old Maid's Club
"Don't forget the fuony eotertain
n.ent by the ladles of tbe M. K.
Church in tbe Opera Honse, Friday
Feb. Ilth. Tbe la lies will show you
the way to matrimonial bliss.
All eligible tu.a of lakeview will be
carefully considered for future hus
bands. Adailsslou 20 A 60 cots.
Secure your seats early.
The Merrill Chamber of Commerce
has granted a depot site and right of
way through the town for the South
ern PaolOo which has been accepted
by that company This move was
made to bead off the Hill roada get
tin stock abipmenta from Lake
county. Perhaps "Vim Hill ba bene
glttln busy now, Ar tank so!"
A Klamath Falls man has gone Into
tbe obloken huslness. He had buO
ohicks shipped at a cost of 110 from
the outside, aad by proper care and
atteutiou expects to ssll them as
broilers within two months a' M
ceuts apiece. We wish some one
would get Into that sort of thing for
Lakeview. A profit of 1 1(H) a month
looks like u pretty good thing on an
invHittiiumt of ill". N. II. Pou'flet
Jnhii I), get on to this tu I
C ASTO R I A
A big timber wolf that had been
making sad havoc with tbe stock near
Prbieville was finally trapped and
killed. The big brute weighed 120
pounds, and waa tbe biggest wolf
ever seen in tbe country.
Tbe published reports of big stock
losses in Harney oouoty, due io oold
weather u 1 shortage d i de
nt I by the bun. Ii iihh II ' d
Ertimetes ai 'de tiiat igra
tloti tit th Unite i Platen I pre
sent fiscal vear will wra it more
than 900, uOO
The season of' Lent, I hi Mr, be
gins with February 0th ( nh W nee
day) and ends with Murrli v:iith I r.s
of Faster) Wednejilsvit. an well as
Fridays, are days of aliHtiiieuc T'h
time for Easter C ti m n ti ri t i r.
year, extends from
FudniHrv t 'tli to !
K. .. I
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
woo MS in nmw svra muiLDina
war or ooumr houbm
Fimmr Cum Womtc
Fimmr Class cubto Solicit mo
y getting thit
are less every day.
tii ing into our section.
: curing large tracts
"Born',' tbe 2d Inst. to the wife of Lae
Thomas, a girl. J
Born, the 3d Inst to the wife of
Herman Urn Iter, a 7-pond boy
A marriage llnense was leaned pe
tsrdy. by County Clark Payne to
Levi P. Hayes and Mrs Kutb Ken
land, both of thia olty.
Lumber Klnjr Retire
;HT. PAUL. Minn., Feb. 4.-KTei"..
erlck Weyerhaeuser, the Ht Paul
lumber' king, reputed to be the
world's wealhleat man. announced
this fnornlng that be Intended to re
lire from active participation la
many woterprleee with which he If
connected. He has already withdraw
from the directorate of tbe First Na
tional bank or Chippewa Falls, Wis., .
and will withdraw from seven or eight
tanks and the several mutual in
sutadce companies of which ,hs Is
now a director.
He will still supervise bis lututtc
Interests, but he said this morlolug
that ha lutends to leave the details
to his sou, Frederick K. eyorhaeu.
Her. (le Is 75 years old.
TO O J. AT E TO CLASSIFY
WANTEI. Sober nil iirounil man
for gnnuriil work about the place,
biindy about machinery and wood
work Steady potdtion to right man.
M'lxt batch or if married uo children.
tuiO acres choice I level aage lirusti
wheat land on survey of t). K. H.
It., for ao.00 per acre. r2.00 down
balance easy. WiU sell for 43U.0C1
per aore in 2 years.
Leghoroa. A few oookerels and also
eggs for setting. For prloaa enquire,
of Mrs. W. T. BOSWOKTH, Sooth
WANTED. Span of mares not ovar '
7 or 8 years old. about 1100 weight
with or without, oarneae and wagon.
Enquire ef 11. Foi, Drews Osp.
Blue Prints of any towoshlo In
Burns Land Olstriot showing all
land entries, names, dwt-n, etc. To-
pography. Vour order fill' ." day
I of tr iviiitf Price l J C,
ITUUNEV. Morns, Oreiruu' . ftf
MA MM 10 1' METAL
-For n le elii-M( at
Skatinir ii TlleHilil.VH, Wednexdaya
and Tliurndn vn nlghtH. I . I - u Mori
dii.VM mid Frubi i a iilghtH Weil nea.
noon, I,iiU4'n' Diiv.
E. B. EACTON. Prop,