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LAKE COUNTY CXAHINER: LA REVIEW, OR LOON OCT. 24, 1901.
Warm Wraps for Winter Weather
...HAVE JUST ARRIVED...
The Week and
For Examiner Readers
SMART IDE3A5 IN LADIES
CAPOS, JACKETS & FURS i
FOR EVERY FAHILY
Omiryti Wilson whs oviT from Warner
Tlif Wrmn llvrry stable I I m I ri rii.
For tlm Visvl Treatment n pf ty to Mm.
W. I. WHHli'iM-k, Iki'vinw, ()rcgc,ri, tl
Jolin llmni li wits in from Clover Flu I
Tliurmluy, for tlm II tut tiiuo in months.
Harney Krrll, who is now f riiploypil
ly Intii'N I Iron., wan in IaIu'vU'W lust
Mii A mm Umxlnmn of New 1'int
Crt-ck Iihm none to Clilfo, Oil., to slti-ml
M. Hmiili'm, tln ohiH'iniiiin, wss in
town from !nw Vsllcy for 'i;w days
The Ulu I'ri'niil.Mit Mr Klnley' s ln
will Im on IIib lii'il Issmi of mihUI
anrti thnt will 'jH Hr shortly fir
If your ilm'lnr inrr:U'ii whiskey,
orili'r Jrsi MiMr fvrry tiini', IronHiro.
I,, N. Kelcity it in w arrivul in Ilia
('lit'wimmii, from tlu Knsl. I In in u
brother of J m k Kelsay ami is sistiiiK,
in tlm )'( ilrivu to Iterio. j
Koint energetic young farmer in (ioos '.
Ijtkii valley ought to plant n hit: -r-iiut'j
to oUtoes. That rommxliiy in now
soiling here for Vt will er pound.
Visitor from the north inform The
f. Il.ul Plaint t ktkm ittStM a '
building Ixiom on. New residences ar
going u rapidly ami more people are
moving there to reside.
Arthur Itonson, the bright young1
hookkwifr (or the Chewaucan Land and ,
Cuttle Company, rame down from Pals
ley last wrek to visil (or a few dayi with
hit father, Judga Menaon.
You can't get a better hair cut in the
city than the rat Frank I). Hmith will
I ive you at hiatoneorU! parlor. He alto
iaa a aure dandruff cur. i'i-ll
Ur. Taylor who went to Fotalt Lake
last week In search of borax returned
Sunday and left Monday for Harney,
where he la interaaUd In a boras mine.
II report nothing found. Poat.
A. M.Hmith and wife were up from
Nw Pin Crrek laat week. Mr. 8mlth
la now ona of the "honest farmera" of
Goose Lake valley, having leased the
Torn Colvin ranch at the atata line.
The atock yards at Reno are (aid to be
glutted with atock bill ml for Ban Fran
ciaco roarketa, and the employes of the
comla are being worked foi all they are
worth in an effort to clean up the yards.
There ia one whiskey that alw ays live
up to its reputation ami that ia Jesse
Moore. Get it at Jammerthal't.
Charlie Gin You, an educated China
man ami a first-class cook, haa purchas
ed the Rl, Restaurant, and ia serving
up excellent meals Ixith day and ni(ht
to his patrom. He haa an advertisement
in thin issue.
The Sun Francisco papers are, and
have been for week, disgustingly saint
like. Moht of their coin in na are de
voted to bishops and religion, with
which the average reader ia boooiuing
John Walker was over from Adel laat
Thursday. Ho says there is not much
doing on his side the mountain, since
the Ihv( cattle have been driven out,
though the "Mettlem" are Improving
their places, generally.
Ashland is a prohibition to'vn, but
there are sMid to Iki more drunken men
on Ashland's street since the prohibi
tion ordinance went into effect thai) ever
lmfore. Prohibition does not seem to
prohibit in AshUnd.
Tim lonent rHiiKT of thi elate have
been called in and their labors ceaned
H. Frank (Gannon was a bnolnoM vlait
or In I-akeview taut Tburday from New
H. I,. McNatiKhton, the genial pro
prietor of the Aer l.akfview atMge line
wa here on hiiolncn hint week.
T. It. Wakelleld and wife of Warner
Lake were vintting friend in l.akeview,
ami traemii-ting bundiem lant week.
Merriiantii, Miners, Mechanic and
Farmer all dri k Je Moore Whiskey
in preferenc5 to any other brand.
Mi A 1 1 it MeUkrir, of the Paivley
Pont, wa visiting her iter, Mr. Silas
llelideroti, at Crooked Creek, hiHtwet k.
It ii a touching farewell or itrccting
when a mini uive you the tip of hi
finger intend of a vigorous hand haku.
Kev. J. II. Stark ha been apfxilned
to (he Methodist hurch at Paisley, and
it i said the Isolde there are much
pleased with him.
The Heno Gazette says that hog are
In Aeniand and the piice U-ing paid i
said to Im M .50 per ulnidred weight with
the supply not eitil to the demand.
Ijikeviow Camp No. 521, Woodmen of
the World, will give it a mm ill ball at
Parry's ball on Feb. 22nd. next. Tho
announcement i mado thus early in the
day ao that the. public may know that
Washington's birthday i the regular
When you have no appetite do not
relish vour foo. and (eel dull after cat
imt vou mav know that you need a dose
CliamlMirisin'a tomacn anr L.iver
OUR JACKETS ARE
PRICES TELL WHEN
YOU SEE THEM
Tablets. Price 25 cents. Samples free
at Lee Iteall's drug store.
Judge H. L. Itenson, District Attorney
A. K. Kcames, Attorneys A. 8. Ham
mond, Col. C. A. Coguwelt, and Robert
F. Bell arrived last week, the former to
open the (all session ol circuit court and
the others to attend to legat matter for
their client during the aession.
B. Lake ia now at home la bis new
bicycle shop next to Joe Howard's store
on Water street.' Mr. Lake la pr pared
to do various kinds of repairing, saw fil
ing, etc., and before you put your bicycle
away for the winter It would be well to
have him examine the wheel and . toll
you how to keep it In order. ; t
W. J. Clark,' Frank Jewell and II.
Merley, of Grand Kapids, Mich., have
been in Ashland during the past few
days, looking tip timber lands lor a
large eastern syndicate. They left this
morning for an inspection of the coun
try east and south of here and w ill take
a view of tho larire Hopkins tract in
Klamath county. Ashlaud Tidings.
Offers unexcelled facilities for learn
ing tho Celebrated Pernin Shorthand by
Tiail. This method employs neither
shadtnu. toaition nor arbitrary contrac
tiona; is tho simplest, most legible, and
rapid shorthand in use, and the only
method that can be succeaafully learned
by mail. Send (or (ree trial lesson and
catalogue. Commercial Ibulding, Wash
ington, corner Second. 12-tf
Here is an item which shows the push
of American farmers: "A single county
in western Nebraska, Scott's liluff, al
ready haa (K),000 acres of farm laird under
Irrigation, but her enterprising citizen
are not yet satisfied. In conjunction
with the farmers of Cheyene county a
colossal irrigation scheme has been pro
jected looking toward the reclamation of
another like area. Nearly f 500,000 will
Ire required to complete tho work, and
part of this money is already in sight.
This shows what private push and enter
prise will do In absence of stite or nation
OUR FUR5 ARE OF
THE BEST HAKE...
OP NORRV THINn .
. . . C. U. SNIDER ...
After one of the most Interesting and
brilliant debtes ever field in Han Fran
cisco, the Kpiscopal House of Deputies,
now in session there, adopted the canon
on marriage and divorce as it came from
the House of Bishops. It prohibit the
remarriage of a divorced erson, regard
less of w hether he or she is innocent of
wrong doing, hy a minister of the
Lynchintt is an expression of distrust
by the people of tri efficacy of legal
method to secure the adequate punish
ment of criminals, and but for this dis
trust, lynchings would occur with vastly
more Infrequency than they do now.
In order to secure real reform, let the
good work he devoted to establishing
the puhlic confidence in the sufliciency
of the la tj protect life and rights.
The excitement incident to traveling
and change of food and water often
brinws on diarrohoea, and (or this
reason no one should leave home with
out a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy. For
sale by Lee Heall.
Prof. T. J. Newbill, principal of the
Paisley public school, is the moving
spirit In the organisation of an athletic
club at Paisley. Mr. Newbill la a
thorough athlete, and nnder his in
structions the young men of Paisley
should soon become good performers.
The Post aays It ia the intention of the
club to give public entertainmenta thia
J. 8. Kelsay, assisted by T. C. Welch,
G. W. McKlnney, Jack Simmons and L.
N. Kelsay, drove the In nee Bros, and
Kelsay beef cattle lb rough her from the
Chewaocan laat Thursday. The cattle
will be driven to Reno where tbey will
be fed for some time before Mr. Innea
sells them. There are 275 head of Una
beef in the band. Innea Bros, find it
more advantageous to drive their beef to
market instead of selling at home.
A new remedy for biliousness is now
on sale at Beall'a drug store. It is
called Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. It gives quick relief and w ill
prevent the attack if given as soon as
the first indication of the disease ap
pears. Price, 25cents per box. Sam
ples (ree. Lee Heall, Drugist.
Butler Walker came in from Spragne
river valley last week and left Monday
(or Montague, where he took a lot of
beef cattle to Modesta, Cal., which
were purchased in Klamath county by
O. McIIenry, a wholesale butcher of
Modesta, says the Ashland Record. Mr.
Walker will look over the Modesta sec
tion with a view of investing In an al
falfa ranch if the country and its pon
ditions look sufficiently favorable.
Thompson & Burrus will start for
Hutchertown, at the Bay, in a short
time, with a big bunch of their mutton
sheep. They find that they can get con
siderable more money out of their mut
ton by taking them to the slaughtering
pens and having them dressed for the
wholesalers, than in selling on foot at
home. They did this last year and
cleared about 75 cents more to the head,
after pying the expenses, than if they
had sold here.
ERECTED IN 1900
FIRST-CLASS K ?rCU
rr ftn n r:rr-i a i
or wv, n lunvirii. r -j.
F. H. MILLER & CO., Proprietors.
F. P. LIGHT, Manager
b. P. ALLEN
T. M. LAFOLLETT
ALLEN & LAFOLLETT
And TWO- DA MC
ALLEN & LAFOLLETT,
30-3 oi Prtneville, Oregon.
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... Lodging House Restaurant...11
Mrs. E. H. Day, Proprietor.
-The Only 25 Cent House in Lakeview
Restaurant and Lodging ITouse have both been thorough
ly renovated. Good table service and clean beds.
The comfort of our patrons will always be our first
Call at The Cottage for a good meal and bed.
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S.
Strongest In the World.
Wo can't all accumlate an estate, but we can buy one
Life Assurance has enabled many a mau to die wealthy,
or to live a corafortablo old age. You don't have to die to
win on tho G. C. V. policies of the Equitable.
You Wanta Watch That
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At New Pine Creek's Big Store.
LEMON 6c HARTZOG
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