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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1901)
LAKH COUNTY EXAIINER: LAKEVIEW, HGON AUaio. 1901.
Paisley linn an athletic rlnti.
I.uio l.nubliol I In haying in Chewnu
run. V. O. M'Mirn uf Ft. Klamath was in
Lake view Thursday.
Well, in Uki' roil iily viing to have
tlmt annual fair this year?
A ihiimUt of ral'le In Gilliam unity
have died (mm eating riMy gras.
W. I.. Pi ingle ( Hun Francisco regis
tered at Hotel Lakeview Thursday.
Ot Follelt l aillOllg tllH GiMme l.ake
boys who ale baying I" ('lM'iwmi.
Ji.lin S. Watson in in Crook buying
wcth"r lor l.'k" romity sheepman .
Mi Cullough. Ilit ltiiio buyer, has notd
JIMHI WC lo Fllltligl.il Dunn, ( Helm.
Iinl vmi miv Itve? TIh-ii Irv .li
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K.I. A. Kolii-r. r-fr utific 1 1 il..rt
I'.roa., Iiiinr, wu-i InTr from 1-rim-o lal
Mr. ..ml Mr-. Fmnk INrri. ..( Snmin-r , " ' ' " -
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i-uli-.l on oIIoiiuoihI O.-ck, IH now ol- '
(.rixllornHlf. f. riiilm.il HlMiut it. 10-11
Tin I'ot yn t!nt Kl. K.'li'iiy oIKIian
iko i vi.liii lii limilu-r J. S. K.-Ihuv,
in ('lieu Hiicnn.
tirim.'"' Iiol Hrin bttlln are timim a
lilii run nine, t li nliorliiro( w a lor occur-
ctl in I.i.kovi.'W.
Horn In Clu'waiicnn vmII.-v, n'r
I'aintcy, Auk. Will, 1IH), to tin. wife (
II. K. lii'.-il, a n.
I S. (irwnlaw, rpprcacntiiiB tlu Iteno
marlili work, wan vinitiiiK Ijikcvicw
wvi rl tiny IiihI w.fk.
J. 1. Wulk.T ami Al Kndi.l.-r, two all
liilit Ixiyn (mm South Warner, FKnt aev
prat thiya in Ijtkt'vii'W 1 1 1 it f. k.
Mr. WoxHlwanl. a now comer at I'aia
ley. who iir.luHHtl OHjjclirnHh ironrty
a liort .liHtan.'t. alxive that ila.'e, np
hh tn to Ih a incinU'r of tliat cla a of en
eni'iit! men lm are neeil.tl in a country
wher.) tlfvelopment of renourcea la nec
HHHury for ailvanceinent anil wealth. Tlie
KOnt It-man Inn1! uncnveretl a mineral
upriiiK on Iuh 1are ami linn fitted up
pulilii; hattiH. When a railrna.l toota
through thia country, WotMlward may
Im'couiu a popular canitmiuin.
The Uwa of health nnmire tliat the
howeln niovr oucti each .lay ami one of
the iienalliri' for vl'.lntin t'-.is law
il.'H. Keep your ikiwoih reitiiiar i.y tnk
inif a .lorn, of Chamherlain.a Stomach
ami I.iver Tahlela when nei-eHxary ami
Von will never have tint aevere punifh
nient iuflicteil iion you. Trice, 25 cent.
For mile hy lleall'a Drug Store. 30-5
J. It. Jenkina, a Harney aherpman,
aaya ulieep are ao thick on Steins moun
tain I hia year that he exxcta to have to
move hit lunula down to lower rnnea
within a few weeka. Feeil in dry and
the weather being ao warm, he helicvea
aheep are likely to no on the Fall ranges
in rather a poor condition thia year.
There are aoinething like 100,000 out
aide aheep on the mountain thia year.
The Week and
Tor Ilxamlncr Readers
V. II. Shirk, agent lor the Road Com
pany, en me in (rom Jordan Valley last
Thursday. Mr. Shirk was accompanied
liy l in w il".
Civile Diilton. Sanliorn Viiil A Co.'s
representative sends u a run! tlnit he j
is coming S.-j.t. 4i li with a big lint? of
G. I. Yoinuf and wife ( Sun Francisco
! arrived here lat Thursday and went out
to Warner Friday morning lo visit Mr.
Young's brother Steve Young.
There I onlv one reason why you
tliotilil not drink Jes... Moore "AA"
whickey That's la-cause you have sign
I tin pledge. ')
IVni'lii'H arc grown tins T. W, John
hoii place near Psi-ley that tin-ii-iire
hi-Hily 10 inches in circumference. 'I'll?
(mil i utown on (iMitlnll land .
1'lii-y know Voll lire 4 jil'ljj" o( good
w. ...... ,. v,1(1 ,.:,u fr j M.e
t t h- l-nr. Jam ttlml keeps it. '.U
Mr. ho. I Mrs. ('. It. Parker started last
Tdiirwliiy morning (or Surprise Valley,
I. t.;.... J..u. I'ii... f 'r....b tli:iriL..
You ran't alwHyn It'll n man by tti
cut of Iiih coat. An Alabama preaener
went after a murderer whom everyone
!- wiin afraid of, rounded him up uud
got :tti reward.
It ia aai.l that 1'rei.iileiit Kurt of the
I'nion Pacific will receive the apxint
ineiii of I'reiiid.'iit of the Southern Paci
fic t'oniMiiy, vice Charles M. Ilaya,tiaid
tr5 have returned.
( ieorge I lankins lmn Im cii tojourning in
town for a week or ao, having thiinhed
hai venting hi" hay crop at Summer l.itke.
He will K't to hia 1'eep creek ahcep
camp in a few days.
Wm. Farrell has returned to I.akp
view, having given up his job an aickle
grinder at the Cliewancan Land Cattle
Company'a much. Mr. Fanel is alllict
ed with rheumaticH.
James White, HryanlKvillo, Ind., says
I c Willi Witch llar.cl Salve healed run
ning sores on Ixith legs. He had suffered
tl wars. I'lM'tors fuiled to help him.
(Jet DeWiU's. Accept no imitationa.
Ijikeview Irug Co. ''W-5
IteHidea nearly having his Chewnhcan
ranch washed awav during the atorm of
ten days ago S. I. Moss had a runaway
the fret of last week in which one of his
wagons was wrecked.
What most people wantia aomclhing
mild and gentle, when in need of a
iihysic. Chamberlain, a Stomach and
.iver Tablets till the bill to adot. They
are easy (o take and pleaNiint in effect.
For aalo by lleall'a Irug Store. :W-5
The new residence of C. C. Pratt on
the Pratt ranch, south of I.akeview, is
nearly completed. Work waa temiiorar
ily suspended until more lumber could
be had. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt will have a
fine home when it is completed.
t'lie real estate in Lake county, bo
longing to the Frankl Co., is now on the
market for sale. No reasonable offer
w ill be refused for any part of it. For
full particulars call at or addresa thia
otllce, or Charles Umbach, Lakeview,
New Pine Creek is Coming to the Front.
We Sell Good Goods.
Our Prices Are Right.
J I am Afjcnt fr the Largest
and IkstLADIHS' TAILOR
:i MAim suit company
K in the United States.
Vi I'riees on these Suits range
from $13 to
ifl We also make to order waists,
f Skirtsand Jacketsin Latest
j Style from selected material.
$C. U. SNIDER,
While Will Sherlock was in town first
of the week he told of J. C. Conn of HI
ver Luke killing a monster buck .leer at
Si'im. There were two toge.her and
Will went in puiMiilof one w bile Conn
trailed the other. Will lost his horse
and the deer too. Conn succeeded in
capturing hi deer, and when dreed it
Neighed 1" pounds, nnd the antlers
were taken off and they weighed
H.imds. Will says it whs the largest he
ever saw. l'ot.
Nearly overvhody has rend Tom Paine.
Tin- Ton i Paine cigar is as g.Hsl as the
iMK.k. A long, sweet smoke. Call lor
it at Ayres A Schlagel'a I'.rewery Sa
Mrs. Frank Cannon of New PineCieek
has lieen visiting here for the past couple
of weeks, while Frank has Itcen running
his header on the ranches bImiiii New
Pine Creek. Mr. Cannon will build a
rc-idfiife at the State line this fall. He
has a beautiful fot just serosa the line
in thi state which will tie known aa The
Flruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and
sores of all kinds quickly healed by Ie
W itt's Witch Hazel Salve. Certain cure
for piles, lie ware of Counterfeit, lie
sure you get the original HcWitt'e.
Lakeview Drug Co. 30-5
Will Mulkey, foreman for CJeorge
Haiikinsat the sheep ramps, came in
Thursday from Deep Creek after sup
plies. Mr. Mulkey informs us that Mrs
A. Y. Heacli had cut her (.Kit pretty bad
ly with an ax, a few day a liefore, w hile
"doing camp honors." Just as we ex
iiectetl Massingill and Peach allowed
the ladies to do the heavy work w hilo
they h afetl.
In cases of rough or croup give the
little one One MinuteCough Cure. Then
rest easy and have no fear. The child
will te all riuht in a little while. It
never fails. Pleasant to lake, always
s.fe, sure and almost instantaneous in
effect. Lukeview Drug Co. 30-5
The story ia told of a tourist, says the
DuiiMiinir News, who went fish ng in
the Sacramento river lately and caught
a fine salmon trout. He went to the
telegrapli otlice and sent the following
message lo his wife: "I've got one.
Weighs seven Kiunds, and it ia a beauty."
In reply came the following, signed by
his wife: "So have I. Weighs ten
pounds. He Isn't a beauty ; looks like
Mrs. S. II. Allport, Johnstown, Ta.,
says: "Our little girl almost strangled
to'.leath with croup. The doctors said
she couldn't live but she waa instantly
relieved bv One Minute Cough Cure.
Lakeview Drug Co. 30-5
Prof. J. R. McCormaek and family
have returned to Paisley from the de
lightful summer resort, Newport, on
Yuquina Hay. M rs. McCormack's health
is much Improved. s They w ill remove to
Lakeview within a few weeks.
O. O. Puck, Iteirne, Ark., says : I waa
troubled witli constipation until I bought
DeWitt's Little Karly Risers. Since
then have teen entirely cured of my old
complaint. I recommend them. Lake
view Drug Co. 30 6
II I II
- - - Lakeview, Oro. &
ERECTED IN 1900
F. H. MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
F. P. LIGHT, Manager
b. F. ALLEN
five . V" HJL '
Mrs. E. H. Day,
-The Only 25 Cent House in Lakeview
Restaurant and Lodging House have both been thorough
ly renovated. Good table pervice and clean bed.
The comfort of our patrons will alvays be our first
aim. can at me nonage lor a gooa meai ana .uea.
Nothing touches Post & King's resort
for line furniture, rosy corners, good
lur lll.U tlirillivi.r, IIWV lUllirif, wu
liquors and tine smokes. Call there
.... . ...
w hile you are in town, and you will be
royally treated. 20-5
Smokers will never know the comfort
of a hne cigar until they try the F.I Con.
andante. This is a fragrant weed tliat
lulls men to sleep and gives tlieui pleas
ant dreams. On sale only at Post A
Come And See.
I have over Three Hundred
Samples of the finest cloths
and very latest patterns to $
select from. My prices are
right. My goods arc right.
And the lit and make-up is A
all right. fti
Call and leave your orders "K
early as it takes time to fa
make up a nice dress suit. n
T. H. LAI-OLLETT
' Breeders of Pure Bred Sheep
Original ftock bpanlsn ricrina. Ha
bred for Many years to registered DelalM
and Rambouilet Rama iram the flocks ol
leadint; eastern breeders. Wt ofd r lor
season of loot 7oo yearlinf rams and
two-year-old rams. Prices and terms rear
sonabl. Home ranch oa McKay Crecfc
ten miles north ol Prtneville, Oregon.
Call on or address
ALLEN & LAFOLLETT,
TO CIIDR A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo ajuinine Tab-
- . . . ...... Li
! ?., Al1 di-uggists reft nd t he nwt ey f
i it faila tri Aura W. liMVA fl RlPnS-
it fails to cure. E. W. Grove s signa
ture is on each box. 25c. JW-ly.r
When you go to Klamath Falls don't
fail to see C. D. Wilson ttie popular
caterer at the Gem saloon. He carriea
the finest stock in town ami will treat
vou right. The Gem is tli popular report.
Try the Hermitage whisky there. 2&-t