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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1901)
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SC. U. SNIDER PiEJ
The Week and
For iixamlncr Readers
RECEIVED NEW THIS WEEK
IM llond Hun In from I'lunh Thursday .
Two i tit ..f wool have lieen sold at
Tlio Dalles and two al Shauiko alii
I.. A. Mum had removed III family
Irom Paisley U, the H. I. Moaa ranch in
Mechanics are at work building a nam
pln room in l lid rear of Hotel lakeview
'fir the accommodation of lravtliiif( men.
Married At Keno, Or., Juno I, l!U.
Win. I., (.'lintoii to Mi mi IWI I). Chan
ller, ImiiIi of Klamath county.
I. W. Cade, St. Joseph, Mo., ahoe
drummer who liere several lay laat
week interviewing the local merchant.
(Soorgo Dean, tlin Cednrvillo saloon
oian, won a ntandard bred home in the
ban Frum int o Examiner premium draw
Mma tiertrudo Coffee, tint Davis Creek
lllillinoi, la touring Modoc I'otllilv town
Willi a humlnomo lino of pretty creation
The Pont nay ihal lr. William ami
' 4 r v I Conn of I'liUlcy U.tli u kod riie
ntra heme Iroin their vilion on lh llmt
i .4 y ol Juno.
l;.iili..a. nurvcyors ar on the route
between Kliiimitlioii and Kliiiniitli Falla,
ami it in hetiovcd tliHt it ruilroiii) will be
built io I In- latter place.
J. wiili W. tino mill ninlor Maude
Fine, who have Im ii attending college
in Sun Francinco, returned to their
lioluo in Warner lant .week.
limtlain brother of i',iiitl-y recently
nir'liait :t(K) yowling Meers at Kugono.
The ntoor w ill be driven to liralluiu
Hro. nuiumcr range in Mean.
Mr. anl Mtn. John Tontiingncii arc
now occupying their cony new cottage
recently criTtiHi on iho aouthcanl end of
tin-ol. I Lakeview Hotel lot. j
Wo have a sample of this acanoti'
lirlnji lr.nu Uiu iuriu of Uauc Kohnetl ,
near Willow Itanch, which i already)
headed oik, and the Mo"k in DO inches
Mina Kato i'luniinrr, who haa hMtn
ilaimnrouHly ill at Liknly from typhoiil,
Iihii mi fur n-cove rml tm to m ahlu to
l a ml th trip to her hoimi at l)avin
Tliey nliiK of nprnif, Ihptm rxM't liu-n I
Their loolmliiien" a in I
A ttlle luealli of May and then
Mm Jiiut and hot aa blauia!
When von uet warm anil thimtv ini
I oi ,x Kliiu' ami ut-t onn of tliotte ilrli-
cioiia cxil driiika. I'Jlf
I'rivcru on th I.akeview I'uiMley hUk
do not chaiii at Hryan'a atatlon now,
hut ko I'lear Ihrouidi. Th new ollire of
th Ijikeview 1'aialey ataitv i at Koy
liolda A WitiKtleld V
l lm lulloiia, tired, iiiTvouit man can
not miri CKhfiillv ,oiiiH-U' with Inn healthy
rival. Ii-Wili'a Little Karly Itinera the
lanioiia iiIIh for I'oiinlipHtion will remove
tin-ca'i-e o( your trouhlea. J.akeview
lrii Co. 'JJ-4
I hailiu l.iuehariter arrived from
I'IiinIi Thurmliiy iveiiiii. II" hn Im-cii
with the Totuiiiitfnen nheep for H.'V
thI iiioiiiIin hihI wax tak'.ii nick a few
duya In-fore arriving hern.
Kliiilu iUy ami tli.w. Hi
& 5hlrt Waists In Silk Mull, Taffeta Silk, Mercerized Silk, French Cham- $
w bra' Lawn, Crepe Hadras, Percale. S
Ladies Walking Matj, trimmed in f j
Ladies' Wrapper, 75c to $1.50.
silk. $1.75. Ladies' and Hisses' Shoes, Sandals and Oxford Tie &
All the above ood sold at N. Y., Chicago and San I'rai.tisto
fore buying elsewher
prices. Qet our prices be-
I In y
,' Tin- liapiy
Tin- ii on haw In: I Imura ami tlnw
'I hi) haiipy peiie ur lhoe who
drink K'l liUora ami xmoke I I Com
anduiiti! 1'i'nra al I'ont V Kmx'a. I ll
('. (', I'.aruiltu, thu atorkiiimi from
Clover Flat, wan a himiiiKNa vinitor in
Ijtkeview I ant J-'riday. Mr. liaruuni
aaya the hi iili'H on the Clover Flat high
way a rv now in i roiidit ion.
Call at IVall'a 1 nitf ntoreandut a free. ;
nauiple of Chamlierluin'M Stomach and I
Liver Tahlela. They ar an elrant
phynic. They aUo improvu the iii-M-tite,
ntrenutheii the dieation and re-
Kuiattf inu liver ami DowelN. llieyare
eay u tako ami pleanaut in efhvt. '21 A
CIihh. C. I-wia and Minn Caroline W.
Sim-kwell were tiuili'd in marriiiKe at
thu Inline of tlio hride'a parenta in
Klamath county on Juno 2d. The ha-
py couple wilt reaide al Uml It ver
I lie HiH torn toiii tno my i ouu M.B
incurable One .Minuto C-oilgh ( lire made
me a well man." Noma, North Strat
ford, N. II. IUm-iiiiho you've not found
' relief from n Htuhhoru coukIi, don't den
pair. One Minuto CoukIi Cure haa. cured
' IhoiiHaiidw and il will cure you. Safe
and mire. Lakeview Prutf Co. 22-4
I Thu Hotel Liukvillo at Klamath Falls
; haa lnM-ii pur.liBrtcd hy I. W. Ihirrina of
Anhland. Tho now proprietor will tako
charge of tho proerty in a few woeka.
The price paid waa fit,(XH).
Tho I'ttiHlcy I'ohI ia informed that K.
Mr. Jamea llrown of I'utioiiouth, Va.
over 10 yeura of ait niiflered for yea ra
with a hail nro on hi lace. I'liyaiciana
could not help him. U-Witt'a Witch
Salve cured him n'r.iiHiit'iitly . (jike
view Drurf Co. 22 4
Kev. (iiMrlpaatureof Taialey haa koiio
to lily to fiutatro in tho cattle hurinenM.
lie haa leaned 200 head of initio an 1 HU)
ncrea of l.md from Win. Finley, tho lily
A nuri;icnl oM-ratioii in not Decennary
to cure pilen. IVWitfa Witch llsr.cl
Salve na veil nil thai expenne and never
faila. Itewaro of CouutcrfoitM. I.ako
view Irtivc Co. 22 4
Alfred and l.li liiirnuni laat week pur-cham-d
the It. (iruman Ichho on tho hand
of 2"HH) nhecp iHiloiiKiliK to Chan. A. Kn
hart. The Iohmo runa for two or three1
Kcxcmii, naltrheuin, tetter, cliutlnit
ivy poinouiiiK and all nkiu torturea are Haven, Wanh. For Bale hy
.......1.1 I I Ii ll' ..l lit-, i a a ..a.
Miaa I'earl liiirrua, who wont to Pais
ley lant week aa ainaiiuennin and Ixxik
koi'-r with Superintendent Taylor if
the Chew a man Iml A Cattle Co in pan v
writea to her frienda in Lakeview that
alio ia delighted w ith her ponition.
A few month" him. hxxl which I ale
lor breakfant would not remain on mv
FiouiHcii nir nan an nour I lined one
ndtlo ol your Kodol IynH-pnia Cure am
cm now eat my break fat ami other
iih-iiIh with relinii and my f.nxl in thor
oiiKlily diK'i Ht.il. Nothinit i-ipiala Kmlol
lynM-p.iit v ure lor n torn acb Irouhlen
H. S. I'm n, Arliiuitou Tex. Kodol lvn-
a-Miu ( lire digenta w liat you eat. lk
view J rtii( t..
I'ica luinHin ima retirol from the
'rand Central Hotel at Alturan, and
Win. F. ArmMroiii; and aifo niiccei-l
him, Mr. Kunnill will reinain in buni-
nena in that town however, and will
coulinue to conduct the har in the hotel.
The New F.ra miya that A. L. Smith ia
improving hia renidenco proiierty in
j Altur.a, addinji a necoud ntory to the
, hnildinit, etc. Sin th u one man that
make a auccenn of the freihtin( huni
nena. Ho 'a a runtlor from "away hack."
J Jiimon Melick of Ilarnea Valley, went
I lo Anhland lant week to meet hia mother
Mr. M.C. HiKelnw,and hertwogrand
aom (iuy L'tley and Havid Schrum, of
Skagit county. Wanhiinjton, who will
. visit with him for a time at hia llarnea
Valley clock ranch. , Jf., w
Jamea Itoyd haa arraiiKementa com
pleted to la'in work at once on an Irri
gating ditch to ho eight mile in length
to bring water to I. ia UtOO-acre larm at
lily. Two other big euterpriaoa of the
lame kind are rapidly Hearing comple
tion in that section.
An application haa heen made to Gov
ortior Ceer for tho pardon of Kohert Jor
dan, of Malheur county, sentenced to
me Oregon eir lor larceny ol a cow.
As there is no opponilion to the pardon,
ERECTED IN ly(!)
l or COnERCIAL
F. H. MILLEI Ct C J..
- J i Jn': t1!
!". l LIQHT, Manager
DEHAND FOR GRAl'.Ur:.S.
The demand for vrsdnatcn of i,. ' ir.
lual School during the p:it year nk
len much greater than the' muniv.
oninona with from tli) t t
..state normal school..
Stat Certificate and Diptumaa.
Students are prettared for the Slate
examinations, and readily take 8'ate pit.
peia on sraduation. Stroiia- Aca.hiriie
and Profeaaional Conre. Well equipM'd
taming full annuncemeuts
P. L. CAHPBELL. Prt.ldcnt.
Or J. B. V. BUTLER. SccreUry.
ent. KxtH-n range s 4 HT,ft
per vear. ran fc. f TH
. tor catalogne con- .0 I rj&fm
cements, addrens laCaaVi(2.
II. Stanley of tho Cedarville, Cal., Ko- ; u,e n,H" lobably be releaed and
rord would return to Lakeview in tho ! n'!,'"rl to citizenship.
tioar future and
hero not tho
would go into huninens
quickly cureil by lloWill'a Witch Halted
Salvo. Tlie certain pile euro. Like
view Orug Co. 22-4
Herbert Aldridgo of Summer lake
will lHik after tho mercantile busiuoMS
of J. C. Conn at Silver, this summer.
Mr. Omiii will take a trip for tho benefit
of hia health.
Danger, d incline and death follow noil-
lct of the howols. I'se HoWitt'a Little
l-arly Kiaers to regulate them and vou
will add years to your life and life to
your years, hany to tako, never grio.
Lakeview Irug Co. 22-4
It is thought there will he alniut double
the numlntr of racers at the Lakeviow
meeting than heretofore, and eomo of
thorn the fastest that ever went over the
My little son had an attack of whoop
ing cough and waa threatened with
pneumonia; but (,,r Chiinilicrlain.H
Cough Kemedy we would have had a
nerioiiM time of it. It alao haved him
several nevore attacka of croup. II. .1.
Sthii kkahkn, editor World-Herald' Fair
I tea It's
Tho F.xaminer acknowledges receipt
of an invitation to attend the Sixth An
nual C lencoment of the Southern
Oregon State Normal School, Ashland,
In Lane county for miles about the
vicinity of Eugene, a terrific hail morm
wrought great ruin, much damage, and
was the cause of several painful injuries
to residents of the district on May 2oth.
Much fruit and grain were ruined. The
hail clones measured l1 inches in cir
cumference. The new residence on north WbUt
street, now being constructed hy V.
Lnebarger for Kldnn Woodc-a-k, is Hear
ing completion, and will le a neat cot
tage. Mr. Lineharger will alno build a
(ieorgo and Frank Kohl were in from
Clover Flat last week, where thev have
Ik'cii engaged for some tinu!n building
a largo amount of wire fencing. The
boys report an over-average increase in
the Alox. Keld estate sheep.
You tuny as well exivcct to run a steam
engine without water as to titid an a. tive,
energetic man with a torpid liver and
you may know that his liver is torpid
wben he does not relish hia food or feels
dull and languid after eating, often has
headache and sometimes dixxiness. A
few does of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its
normal functions, renew his vitality, im
prove his digestion and make him feel
like a new man. Price 25 cents. Sam
ples free at Iteall's drug store. 22-4
JuucTlh to 12th inclusive. Tlio exercines, ; new cottage for himnelf on his lot ad
w hich are to he of a high order, w ill be , joining as soon as material can he hud
held al Chautaui)ua Tain-made. ! on the ground.
Mins Ktta Johnson, teacher in the Timber land buyers are fhx kim; into
Lakeview public schiMil, and mentioned Jackson county from Michigan, Mi nne
in The Kxaminer hint week as one of sola and other states, and the Medford
the selections of teachers in tho Ash-1 Mail is urging tho citizens of J.icknon
html school for tho next term, has do- ' county to take claims before they are
The block on Water a'reet, from
iWall's drug store on the east to Bailey
& Maesi ngill's, and from Reynolds A
Wingfield's on the west to Wliorton &
Smith's, is no adorned witb neat
; awnings of corrugated iron. These awn
' iugi), nearly all uniform, add greatly to
I the good appearance of the buildings.
Claud R. Fountain, an Ashland boy,
has won one of the scholarships in the
Columbia University of New York.
Young Fountain is 21 years of age and
graduated from the Klamath Falls high
school in IS! Hi. This year he is a mem
ber of the graduating class of the Uni
versity of Oregon, standing highest in
mathematics in the University.
A private lette' from Paisley states
that there was considerable excitement
in that town on Tuesday of last week
when tho Harrow Hotel was discovered
dined tho Ashland engagement, and
will teach another term in lakeview.
At Talo Cedro, near Kedding, Cal., a
few days ago a team attached to a wagon,
the vehicle containing the colli nod re
mains of an aged woman, ran awav
through the woods, collided with a tree
and the Ixxly was dumped to the ground,
breaking the cottin open, and exposing
all gone. The Examiner ban frequently on tire. The flames were subdued be-
givon the same advice to Lake county
citizens. All the timber in like county
will soon be taken by Kantern capcal
iwts. Hon. D. P. Thompson, of Portland,
writes Prof. Ackerman, of Salem urging
the celebration in the school of Oregon
of June 14th as the 124th birthdav of tho
the face of the dead. It was a grewsonie ' American flag. Prof. Ackerman thinks
tin J for the driver of the "dead wagon,"
w hen he reached the scene of collision.
The name of the dead woman was Mrs.
Breeding, age 50 years, and her remains
there is not enough time to arrange pro
grams for this celebration in the schools,
but suggests the setting forth the impor
tance of the occasion and impressing tho
were enroute to Fall River Mills, to be ' pupils with lessons of patriotism and love
interred in the cemetery at her old home. ' of the stars and stripes.
'ore very much damage was done. Men
with axes chopped great holes in the
roof to reach the tire with water. The
bucket brigade covered itself with glory.
Klamath Horses Coming.
The Hon a lira correspondent to the
Klamath Republican says that A. M.
Zeve'y has bought "McKinley," the
celebrated quarter horse, and secured
the services of "Chief," the Indian
horse, for this season's races. Mr. Zeve
ly and his son, Robert, will go to Pais
ley, Lakeview and other points with
these horses and run them.
mmmm .aaMaana..MaaBnl la.
New Pine Creek is Coming: to the Front.
We Sell Good Goods.
Our Prices Are Right. Come And See.
LEMON & HARTZOC
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