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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1900)
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II. O. Whit worth
i voice or m irtont and retss. t
A Paw of the Comment Heard an lbs Street and ee
In Ik Nawepapere Rag ardlnf Ike New Ciamlnar.
should nn in Kvaar iiomb
C. C. lxfTlu, Crane Lake, Oi agon! Your
new paper ought to flml a place In every home
in Lake county, and I hope U see Tlie Exami
ner prosper at a reward fur your enterprise.
rKOM ail.VKH NKVAUA.
J. M. Fulton, Kx-Oeneral Superintendent,
N. C. A O. Ity., Keno, Nevada s Pucceas to the
new Examiner; "you'r all right." For your
information I wilt any that if Nevada does not
give McKinley the electoral vole ft will he ao
very close that the Hlvcrite will see the
handwriting of the next election on the wall.
(-IKM K MM. OK NKWR.
Mono CaKette: Tho Lakeview (Or.) Ex
aminer comes to tlu (ia.ctte'a dcak enlarged
to an M pae paper chock full of good new.
The (inzctte congratulates its proprietor on
iti apcaraui. The late Are at Lakeview, in
which the Examiner wa a great sufferer,
almost proves a hhwintf in dinguiae.
hf.KT KVKH ISSI'KU IS I, A UK OUNTV
L. F. Conn, Alturncy-at-I.aw : The Exami
ner in ita present furni ia tho Ix-nt newspaper
ever issued tn Lake count)'.
COMlUCTKO MV TWO HID t'HA NKI.
K. I. hjx-rry, Altorncy-al-I.A w : The Ex
aminer la tlm lnat county newxpaper that I
know of and what makes that fact more sur
prising to my miul in, that it ia conducted by
two of the biggest "cranks" in Lukevicw.
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IU'V. 1). T. huuimcrvillc , Presiding Elder,
M. K. Church, (irautn I'nna : If you trc going
to continue the style and magnitude of The
KxuiuintT an tint liret two copies from the big
prem denote, then surely is (.Mkfvicw progress
ing and branching out -and The Kxamincr
with it. The xoilu of l.nku county ought to
be promt of such a newspaper.
it's a iicmmkh.
F. K. It 11 i 1 1 , millmim: I want two dollnrf
width more of The Kxamincr; aend me un
other oupy. The new Kxamincr la a humuicr.
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K. M. lirattain, Hcitcr 1'. S. IjiikI OiHce:
The Kxamincr ia the heat interior paper in the
(ireat North went.
it'b a daihv.
A. McCalleu, I.akcvicw: Tho new Kxami
ncr in a lainy ; cverylxtdy ahould 1 proud of it.
TflK KINO II K I.IK KM.
Charlie travea, proprietor Hed ShiH Store:
Now that'a the kiml of 11 Iim-hI paper I like;
The Kxamincr ia all riuht.
IIKTTKH AM) II II II i IITKK.
Sinkiyou Newt : Tim Lake (bounty Kxami
ncr cornea to 11 h in enlarged form. It hua now
fully recovered from the effect of the lute lire
and ia hetter and hriuliter in every May. May
it live lontf and proNper.
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IMI'IIOVKMKNT IN NKWNPAI'KIIIMIM.
Mrn. C.A- Knox, Kukcview : The New Kx
nminer ia certainly 11 grent improvement in
local NcwHpapcrdom. It i line.
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,t A Word to tha Kmployaa ol Woolgraw. ,,)
, ar ol Lak County. ,
I tadieve the time ia opportune for a
word with the employes of thofttockmcn
of Lake county, jnt prior to tho import
ant election to he held next Tuegday.
It ia of cHpecinl importance to every em
ploye of tho Hheepmen of thin country.
Election day hringx with it nn opportu
nity for every herder, camp-tender and
foreman, who can )oNHilily get to the
K)1Ih, to utrike a blow in the In to rem of
We can all remember well, for it has
not, been InnR ago, when the woolgrow
ers of thia country were bo hard prened
for money that when the employe would
ak them for a few dollars on account
they were compelled to either put him
off with proiniHUH or go to town and try
to Inirrow the money. That was under
tho free trade administration of Orover
Cleveland, when wool wax not worth the
(out of shearing, and sheep could bo
bought for Heventy-five cents and a dol
lar. We all know what a change took
place when William McKlnley got liia
Protective Tariff in working ordor, and
the American wool was proteoted against
tho foreign fiber. We all know how it
Is to-day under the Protective Tariff.
When we ak .the boss for money lie sits
down on a roc on the range, pulls out
hid bank-book anil writes us out a check
then and there for our wages, and don't
' have to rt-Hort to excuses and promises
for non-payment of money justly earned
our employers are protected under
William Mckinley's administration, and
! we should vote for thier continued protec
tion next Tuesday. I-etcery man Jack
of us, who can get to the polls next
Tuesday, go there and put in a vote for
the men who protect the sheep industry,
thereby protecting ourselves no matter
whether we are Democrats, Populists,
Silver Republicans or Republicans. And
this advice might well be followed by
every employe of the cattlemen of Lake
county as well, for their employers are
certainly wetting big pri'es for their
cattle under a Republican administra
tion, compared with the prices that
ruled under tho last Democratic admin
istration. lA't us all vote for McKinley and
Roosevelt and continued prosjHirity.
W. M. TllORNB.
Lakeview, Oct. 30, l'.KtO.
Do not get scared if your heart troubles
you. Most likely you suffer from in
digestion. Kodol Dysm-psia Cure di
gests what you eat ami gives the worn
out stomach perfect rest. It is the only
preparation known that completely di
gests all classes of foods; that is why it
cures the worst cases of indigestion and
stomach trouble after everything else
has failwd. It may be taken in all con
ditions and cannot help but do you
good. Lakeview Drug Co.
See our Tailor Made Suits for Ladies.
Our Grocery Line is very complete, and our
Prices cannot be beaten.
Our Extremely Elegant
line of Capes have just
CarEO. II. AyKBS &
: Soda :
Soda by Retail
ed and made as
Good as New....
HUDSPETH & CLOUD,
PRIOR OF THE
A (IAIN AT THE
I HON I AM)
Col. Dairy mple Talks on 'Circula
tion" and Says Prosperity is a
nythSchool, Building, Etc.
Presiding KIder, D. T. Sommerville, of
the M. K. Church, conducted the regu
lar Quarterly Meeting services here on
Sunday, the 21st, and preached on Mon
"Senator" Hamden's troupe enter
tained the people of Faieley on Monday
Friday evening was devoted to politi
cal questions. "Col." Dalryniple sus
tained tho reputation of his party or
parlies for being "furninst tho govern
ment, lie contended that the amount
of money per capita, in circulation, ia
f9, while the indebtedness per capita is
U2, and that McKinley prosperity is
all a myth.
The school be'l again calls the boys
and girls to regular work. County Su
perintendent J. Q. Willits and Mies Ella
Callahan are in charge "training young
ideas how to shoot."
The weather during the past week has
been varied some rain, some snow and
some clear and 'sold.
E. C. Stickel and family are among
th arrivals here to spend the winter.
Menwrs. Hart and Graves are here
with Mr. Stickel engaged in plastering
the new residence of Hon. V. Conn.
J. Q. Willits and family have their
headquarters at the Paisley Hotel.
Mr. Currier of the "leverage palace,"
owing to a joke erpetrated by "Senator"
Hamden, is to be knowu hereafter as
"Col. Hudd." Ohbehvkk.
Paisley, Or., Oct. 27, 1900.
Stops the Cough and Works oft the Cold.
Laxative llromo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in on day. cuvo r.o pay.
Price .'5 cents. do-tyr
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8 IR & CO,
Now opposite Postffice. Will eoon move into New Quarters.
Goods Arriving all the Time
Goods for the New Store...
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
MO- ImINU ODE A' U JLCTU J.-JL' U I&B.
Car load of
of all kinds
We are tho
The Peerless Chilled Plow
UnrHAnAH fitAAl Mini a LDIswaj (Svi
a ai ar t t w w
The Disk Plow (Something New)
y PeerleS3 Gang, a Fine Plow S
Benicia Star, Sulky plow ()
Fred 5. Fleher and Anna E. Her) lord Join
Hands and Hearta in the Journey of Lite.
Last evening at 7:30 oMock, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. William P.
Ileryford, Miss Anna E. Heryford and
Mr. Fred S.Fisher were joined in holy
wedlock ia the presence of only rela
tives, and a very few intimate friends o!
the bride. Hev. II. Holloman of the
Baptist -Church officiated at the wed
ding. The affair will no doubt be a Bur
prine to many who know the happy
The bride is the second daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hereford, and
is a popular voung woman and a general
favorite in Lakeview. Not only that,
but she is one of Oregon's fairest tiow
ers, skilled in home duties, and just a
model wife for a goexl man.
The groom is an energetic and pros
perous young stockman -of Summer
Lake, the only son of Air. and Mrs. A. 11.
Fisher. He, too, is popular, and has a
large circle of friends, who will wish
him and his handsome bride a long life
After the ceremony those present en
enjoyed a splendid wedding supper at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris,
as several members of the bride's family
are ill, and the affair could not conve
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couple intend leaving to-day on a brief '
visit Willi relatives of ttie groom at
Drew's Creek, after which they will go!
to Summer Lake to reside.
Misses Mae Miller and Minnie Can
non, intimate friends of the bride, at
tended the wedding, as did also Miss
Hit via Fisher, sister of the groom. I
The Examiner joins with muny friends
in hearty congratulations and best wishes
for the future happiness of Mr. slid Mrs. !
A False Report.
A report has been in circulation to the
effect that parties going to the Cotton
wood sawmill after lumber were disap
pointed and were compelled to return
empty. This is stamped by F. E. Rus
sell as a malicious falsehood, and the
party who circulated the same knew it
was untrue when he stated it. There ia
au abundance of lumber at the Cotton
wood mill for all purposes. During the
rush for lumber, after the fire, of course,
some people were compelled to wait for
their orders, as the rule at the mill is
first come, first served. But the report
that Uiere ia no lumber at the Cotton
wood milt was circulated with a niali
Dr. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville, 'a.,
writes: "lam usiug Kodol Dyspepsia.
Cure in my practice among severe cases
of indigestion and find it au admirable
remedy." Many hundreds of phvsici.
ana depend upon the use of KodofDys
pepeia Cure iu stomach troubles. It di
gests wiiat you eat, and allows you to
eat sll the good food you need, provid
ing you do not overload your stomach,
Gives instant relief and a permanent
cure. Lakeview Drug Co.
Lakeview. and we nrusumA Tjik
county, is experiencing a variety of
Heather this week sunshiue, wind,
rain, and aoow. The "beutilul" began,
falling Tuesday at 11 a. m., and in two
hours two inches had fallen.
Kent Ikllard is the new proprietor of
the Hotel Liukvilte at Klamath Falls.
Mr, Ballard is an experienced hotel man.
Ihs has uumeroua friends in Lakeview,