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LAKH COUNTY OXAHINCR: LAKCVIEW, COON SEPT. 5, 1901.
The Week and
For Examiner Readers
S Ladies, Look Here t 513
it d At m - a. PS.
Take The I) x it in i ii-r mill keep poNtcd.
W. (iuriloii anived (rum Yrckn Iiini
A. M. Smith llllN ll-IIKI-ll tint Tmii Col-
vin rnnrli lit Kew I'ine Creek.
It in (ikiIih)i to wmry; yesterday was
once today, it 1 1 I tiiiiim mw will Ik- I k Ik y .
S. II. Admin mm n nrriviil lit Hotel
Lakeview from ll.iM'iiniii, M .nliiiiii, litfl
i i w here you Mill, tlu Ih'hI saloons
wll Jec M.xiic m III k i' v. :t"i
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i ' I I V 11 ' lltl- I'l'lhl'll Will HIIMMIK IIM- itf (ill
Imi.e nUiiit I - 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 1 tlmt ri'xi'iulili'H
II. I:. W. rinlli, kI.h kuicn (
t cd.irville wem Iiimiiu-HH viUoin In
I.Uhi-Mi'H 111-! Week.
I'ni-t.-y uill i;ivi it 1 1 1 ii f 1 1 v hull, I li
pr It tn .ii 1 1 1 1 : ii lu ll .ir the new
rliim Ii j ' I -1 di du Hied.
I 'i i ill i imI In hk liil J Moore w hiky
uii'l i i.ii'II ul ,n Im happy . in Mile Ht
Ih.U'.ii A Mn'itliV ' li.tll
l.lij;llll II' H l IIUIHll'IH niiikc sheep ruin
ing ii I'liMiii hn; i lin A iin rii'iiii llm UiihihI
i t iii : k it ti k jm'i-u In t urn.
J . t '. 1 .ld.ill, till' Will kllOMII KtiM'k
lllllll u It. Bid tt el I, W It I ' l II H llllKtlll'IIN
ill Litkcvicw I n -1 I humility.
Vuiir iiii'iliriiut 'lii-xt in i mi mi !!' i
it i 1 1 t utiH -k - I itti Ji'nxi' .iiir- "A A" ;
whlkeV. ( li'l II ll'iilll JulllllllTtlllll. X"i
I'hIIh", I'nlk county, In to Imvi' a IhihdI
o( trade. Mmiy ureal induM ries am to
In founded in that cnterpr ieii.K pla a,
hiiiuiik tlifin city water works, ami a
riilli-tft', A luiiiril of initio In jiiNtwhat
Lakeview needs badly.
Tin beautiful painting of tint Lat'le-
hip ( iri'U'in, at J'u't V Kiiix'x, has Im-i-ii
lidoiucd with a handsome iluiil. If (rnini'
ol Krecn dapple, which m h much to
the beauty of th painting. Tim (mine
In !l feel long liy 5 in width.
K inu'N ri'Hort
( ii i ii 1 1 1 1 r- niNV coiiicin. khnI
I ' 1 1. UN HII'I lllllt Mliokt-N, (till tlilTH
M lull' Voil iin- in tiw ii, iiii.I you w ill In
ruynlly t ri -it i .-. J . r,
('.11. 1'iirkt-r wiin looking lor ii ri-ni-ilrii.
i- proicriy iluriinf l i h xtny Ihti- ri
n l.llv, I. nt (, .tun I liotliint; tlmt jnt Hilit-i-.l
In- (miry. lloi vfr, ClifH. Iihn not
Kivi-ii up tin- i'lfii ot tiiHkiiiu' I-iikrvii-W
1 1 i n Iioiih', uii'l tiiiiy yit piiri liHNi-.
Tin- Win. I Minki't iiml SIkm-i jiiurn:il
pilli'ihlii-.l tit ( linn i..ii niivn: "Wool in
I'liittfiiiil lO.-i'iiiN a p., tin. I nt Luki'vii-w,
trrjj.iii. 1 'rciitlit to iki Ih.iim h
I am Acnt for the Largest
and I lest LADIIiS' TAILOK
y MA 1)15 SUIT COMPANY
K " the United States.
I'riees on these Suits rane
from $13 to $100
We also make to order waists,
Skirtsand Jaeketsin Latest
Style from seleeted material.
I lint'. . r- 11,-.... II 1 1
m .....v. win i mtt iiuiKireti "i
Samples of the finest cloths 'j)
and very latest patterns to $
select from. My prices are
riht. Myoodsareriht. f)
And the fit and make-up is 'A
all rijrht. ft
Call and leave 'your orders fl
early as it takes time to
make up a nice dress suit. H
C. U. SNIDER, - - - JLakeview, Ore. &
It in uil tlmt (IciuthI ('uhniiih M. Clay
tliii.kH lie in itooil for ti-n yram yt-t. Iln
eviili-iitly i-xiN-flf to fmon tin; i.tury
murk iN-foru lie CamiUN in his cliwkN.
I.iiki'vicw pi-oplv lire mak intr tlo-ir mi
nimi . 1 1 1: r i ii ii c to Sniiiiiii-r I.akf in
Hi'.in Ii of wild pluiiiH. TliiM fruit in l.ark
wiinl. Iiki hII otliiT fruiti of lliin country
duiiiiji tin pri'wiit M'iihoii.
I .it I iil rui-tora i a M' iikI pli-ainz
tliii.t' to cinukis Thin l iuitr in inn.li' l.v
tt.f I a i in ih TrnjilloK, iiml in knoMiiiiH
tin-pet .- t l it' ;ir, inaiiiil.tt'tiiri'il in Ki v
ci-nt I 'i-ft. Ti y oiii- nt Alilhiroiiin JlroN., t-nlu
a .u 1 1. 1 l.y t -u iii h . W hut u.,ii. I a mil
r.md iiii iiii to a country liko ilint'.'"
Tin- K.iU.rt Miintill jn a lariif and
friik'iaiit i luar. ( liirf iim-,1 ).mi w ill t all
fur no ot licr, Imm huhi' it in a pl.-nnuit
in.iki' and rvi'tv oik' in tin Ix.x im koihI.
I nn' tiiluit'co. l-'ur NiiU'only liy liorion
A in 1 1 1 . in loikcvicit . ' 'JH 'Jm
I'l-rn-on, tlm Crmii' creek fruit and
vi'ip'tulili iiiiiii ih landiii)t wiiiio "wliopp-
B w uU'Miii'Ioiih on tliu Iim'iiI nmr-ki-t.
Tliu man w lio tvlU tin niinpln truth
I'l'iliiipn in doinj; ri;lit ;
Hut ull tlio world w ill censure him
For hcing im poli to.
Tin- lliithct Itanch riiiiHintinir of ?Hl)
rri'N, with cMaliliHtii'd water nulit, In-
minion 1 oitonwiMHi Creek, in now ol-. unit of Julv' work.
lereil lor NHle. v.". I uilmcli alxitil It. lu ll
l.iltu M.ihn tii'd IiIh Naddle liorne to a
tree near ilio Whortoii fruit Mtand hift
hridiiy, and 1 lie Naddle turned and Nlruck
the animal in the II oik. The animal U
came frenzied and hucked Naddlo and
hrtdle off, liroke hin halter and jjot
Th ilirector of the Woodland cream-
lUelitN. Jn Jill
.(.Ii ii N. WatNon, the owner of Ko-e-I.
nd riuii li lit Summer Lake, and a prom
inent rheeiuiiau of lliin county, wan wen
at I it 11 n i' ii I . Ilurney county, lat week,
truiliuK altera hand of hi)! wethem with
a flu-phcid'H criHik.
Ir. I)i nioreHt and family are taking an
outinx on the hank of the C'hewancan
at Taifley. The r. comhinea luihiiieioi
w ith pleiiNure ami removes trout. lenoine
molarv u well an lilling the ChewaucAn
head with gold tnitiea.
StnokerH will never know the comfort
of a hue citfur until they try the HI Con
andante. Thin if) a fraKrant weed that
ERECTED IN 1900
F. H. MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
F. P. LIGHT, Manager
b. F. ALLEN
T. H. LAFOLLETT
ALLEN & LAFOLLETT
the pnlroiiN of that itiNtitutioii, an a re-
Mill, we have
i people w ho contend that creamer
KriKhlera Ilorley, IWrun and IlulT dofini't pay ayi the Hedding Search
arrived (mm Teiuio laal Thumday, with . lij-ht.
ery hv declared a dividend of t'7W to lulls men to leep and uivea them pleas
nt tireauii. On cale only at 1 ont A
King'! Lakeview. 5W 2tn
The Montaxue correpotilent to the
Yreka Journal aaya thai Louis liurber
In the tuck room or on your aide
Ixiard JeNNO Moore "AA" whit-key ia in-diNN-iiNille.
Always on hand at Jam
(rem ht 'or AhlHlrom liroa.,
Whortoii A r-iniih and ethers.
The price paid hy Cox A Clark (or the
Turner iimiiertv known aa the I'oint
ranch, was I7.,ri0 instead of $7.(KX, as Among the pleasure seekers and wild
ataietl hv The Kiaminer lant week. I',u,n I'i'-kera who went from hereto
.... . it . .. Summer Lake lat week were Mr.
I list cl imiik nave tne ikihu-iii itohvi
outM.lo ol ttrenon'a hi city. It is a I has. h. Moore, Mrs. S. B. Itolton, Mr.
popular phii'e hecause iiotiiiuic ts iiauiiuti I ami .iiri.it. v . jM-nrer, sirs. Uordon
llieru in the liUor and cigar line Imt ! (Jarretl, Mrs. O. F. Arthur and Miss
Breeders of Pure Bred Sheep
t' i . ii-.., ' i-a-- ,-. .'v-2
atandard brands. 2iV t(
Miss Myres, of Klainathon, ft niece o(
Mrs. Jack I'urtln of Summer I.nke,
pKHned throiiKh Lakevlow last week on
the way to the I'artin homo oo a vinit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith of New
I'ine Creek were viNiting Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hampton in Chewauran last week.
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hampton are sclera.
Nearly everylNxly huh rend Tom 1'nine.
The Tom I'ii i no ciar ia as gmid as the
Ixiok. A Iouk, sweet smoke. Call lor
it at Ayrcs A Schlagel a Itrewery Sa
Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent and Jim
Vincent, who live down the valley, will
leave the last of this week for a trip to
the coiiHt, north of Crescent City. They
will boabHoul several weeks.
Marion liurnea, brother of Frank, Hi
and William Karnes of this county, has
leased Charlie Campbell's blacksmith
simp at 1'aiNley. The l'ont say a Mr.
Campbell will look for ancther location.
Offers unexcelled facilities for learn
ing the Celebrated 1'ernin Shorthand by
mail. This method employs neither
ahadinit, Hition nor arbitrary contrac
tions; is the simplest, moat legible, and
rapid Hhorthaml in use, and the only
method that can lie HticceHsftilly learned
by mail. Send for free trial lesson and
catalogue. Commercial JSuilding, Wash
ington, corner Second. 12-tf
Alniut a tuomli ago Pan Chandler
found in the roadway lietwcen Lakeview
and Hrews Valley n lady's purse con
taining a certain sum of money. The
ow ner can have the same by calling o j
Mr. Chandler, proving proerty and
paying (or this notice. 35-tf
When you go to Klamath Falla don't
fail to aee C. I. Wilson the Mipular
caterer at the Gem saloon. He carries
the tinest stock in tow n and will treat
you riicht. The(em is the Miular resort
Try the Hermitage w hisky there. 25-t.
lied llluff is the only town in the state
that maintains a public ice water foun
tain. It is supported by the city at an
exKnse of f 2.r er mouth (or ice and is
exceptionally well patronized indeed
during the present summer it has proved
a blessing to that torrid town. .
Hie real estate in Lake county, be
longing to the Frank! Co., is now on the
market (or sale. No reasonable offer
w ill be refused lor any pait of it. For
(ull particulars call at or address this
ollice, or Charles U in bach, Lakeview,
A neyer (ailing cure (or cuts, burns,
scalds, ulcers wounds and sores is le
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A most sooth
ing and healinu remedy (or all skin affect
ions. Accept only the genuine. Lakeview
Drug Co. 35-4
and the Mitchell Bros- brought in seven
hundred head of beef last week from out
east, (.ierlier also shipiied 1, HO0 head of
sheep and Swanson shipped several car
loads of lambs purchased from Martin
and Churchill's bands. ,
Kverylxxly w ho smokes has heard of
the famous La Hosa cigar, it needs no
recommendation other than the smok
ing. When you drop in to Cobb Henk
le'a Alhambra call for a La Hosa and get
I 'oh t A King have a handsome new
liquor cabinet made out of oak with
beveled mirror glass. It is one of the
prettiest pieces o( work ever exhibited
any place. The cabinet was made by
U.A. Follett, and is filled with all the
choicest brands of liquors and wines
known to the trade. Post A King carry
nothing but the beet grades of liqucrs 1
and high wiues.
Las Do N.ctonos, the pure MexL-ana
riliar, guaranteed, is a leader at Lea
Beall'a smokers' emporium. One can't
real ire what the sweet aroma of a per
fect cigar is until he has tested the
qualities of the Las Dos Nacione. Call
for them at lleall's. 28 2m
0. S. and Bob Ilenellel, the lumber
men of Chewaucan, were here last week
on land business and were overlooked
by our reporter. The lormer had com
plied with the law and made proof of a
new timber land ?laim before the local
land ollice. Beneflel Bros now have a
choice belt ot timber, sufficient to keep
their mill saws goiug at full speed (or
many years to come.
Nonis Silver, North Stratford, N.1L, :
"I purchased a bottle of One Minute
Cough Cure when aufferinur with acouirh
doctors told me was incurable. One bot
tle relieved me, the second and third al
most cured. Todav I am a well man.
Lakeview Drug Co. 35 4
Original stock Spanish nerino. ttav
bred lor many year to registered Detain
nd Karaboullet Rams from the flocks of
lead In f eastern breeders. We offer for
' season of loot 7oo yearling rams and loo
' warear-ald . w"-
sonable. Home ranch oa McKay Creek
ten miles north ot Prloeville, Oregon.
Call oo or address
ALLEN & LAFOLLETT,
30-3m Prineville, Oregon
..Lodging House Restaurant...
Mrs. E. h. Day, Proprietor.
-The Only 25 Cent House in Lakeview-
Restaurant and Lodging House have both been thorough
ly renovated. Good table service and clean beds.
The comfort of our patrons will always bv our first
n a Mil t . . 111
aim. uaii at ine cottage tor a good meat ana Dea.
When you want a pleasant physic try
the new remedy, Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They are easy to
take and pleasant in eriect. Trice, 25
cents. Samples free at Beall's drug
B. W. Pursell, Kintecsvilla, Pa., savs
he suffered 25yers with piles and could
obtain no relief until DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve affected a permanent cure.
Counterfeits are worthless. Lakeview
Drug Co. 35 4
Geo. W. Lane, Pewtmo, Mich,, writes:
"Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the best
remedy for in digestion and eiomach
trouble that I ever used. For year- I
suffered from dyspepsia, at times com-.
pellinK me to stay in bed and causing
me untold agony. I am completely cur
ed by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In recom
mending it to friends who suffer from
indigestion I always offei to pay for it if -it
fails. Thus far far I have never paid."
Lakeview Drug Co. 35-4
New Pine Creek is Coming: to the Front.
We Sell Good Goods.
Our Prices Are Right. Come And See.
LEMON & HARTZOG