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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1902)
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER I LAKBVIEW, OREGON, APRIL- I, 1902.
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The Week and
For Examiner Readers
A bargain In sheen, ltnad adver
tisement "For mI tWO sheen."
Uead the new ad in this Issue. Now
mII you ran pick out the ones that
have been changed.
Tim annual meeting of tlie I-ako
county Telephone company will txi held
t I'aialey net Monday.
No sideboard In ull complete with'
out a ImiUIii of "Jeami Moore" rye or
bourbon whlakev. It I lietter than the
kind yon have alway considered beat.
Vou won't flint "Jeaae Moore" Whis
key In cheap places it Isn't niacin for
cheap men to drink. It I the IxukI anil
demanded by the Wat teople.
Itoadmasler lleryfnrd Inn liecn in the
Hurt h looking after Uie county roads and
to determine the character of work
that should be (lone.
Frank Ijhio and Will Hteele, with
their families, have moved to the I-ane
ranch lielow Ieedman. Great improve
ments arc going on there.
A gentleman Wo arrived from l'als
ley Monday inforias The Kiaminer that
"Col. Mini" Cirrirr had a big audience
at I'aialey last Sunday, and George
llankina i9ed tUw hat.
II. It. Kchlagel waa kicked on the arm
by a young horse tliat he waa breaking
a few day a ago. Mr. Kchlagel then took
cohl in the wounded arm, and waa
threatened with blood poisoning, ao
laat Haturday he came to town to con
ault !r. Ulondin ts regard to it. New
It in understood that W. Z. Mom haa
purchased the photographic aparatua of
the late Mra. John Hammond, and haa
alto leaned the Hammond residence
property at I'ainlry. He espveta to
move hia family to I'aialey where Mra.
Mum w ill conduct a studio. Mra. Moss
baa Itecome an artist of local fame, hav
ing iK-rfv'tod herself in the art.
The Post says that A. I). Kchroder
bought 87 head of cattle from J. C.
Jiolchkisa for J. W. Howard of Bilver
Ijiku thi week ; 30 yearlings and the
rent were 2-yewr-olda. The price 'paid
waa 1 1H for yearlings and $15 for 2-year-olds.
Mr. Schroder bought 22 yearling!
from Iolikin at $19 r head. Mr.
Schroder also purchaaed 165 head of 2-ycur-old
steers from Jack I'artin, Jr. at
fL'5 per head. He received the Hotch
kins cuttle in Chew r man last week.
The Nevada, California & Oregon
railway run u train up to the new ter
minim, Madeline, March 31st, and on
April 1 Mt started regular traina fri.m
there, Siiiiduv excepted. The road IhhI
1h Hit ! I to lie solid and safe for heavy
truiiiH. The terminus is now thirty-live
inili'H from AlitiraH and 100 miles fiom
I,ukcview. A commodious dcot is lie
ing built, and I it-k KuhscII, formerly of
I-ukcvii w, in the liuidlord of the Liit ho
Thli ifrnatur la on vry hoi of the genuine
Laxative BromoQuinine Tabteu
rxmiwtv that. - mid fa day
K. I). Wright, the Aahland monument
man, haa gone to MmIoc county, and
will return next month.
Prop In at thel'alkce and aee (wir(ff
and Kent. They treat their patron
right. Fine Mlliard table. 2 tf
1.. C. Kale, a pioneer of Modor
county, died at Alturaa on April 1st,
aged 77 years. He was a highly es
Mock InnM--tor Clarkson is in thr
Warner anction to wati'h the bands ol
sheep as they move from the deaurt to
the ahearlng pens.
The Tout says that Contractor lh
laday may use an automobile for car
rying the mails and paaaengers between
I'aialey and Hlver I-ake.
(!onnoinrs of iierfct g'Mnls sppreci
ale ''Jeaae MiMire Whihkey for its pur
ity and a delightful flavor. It is wi. li
on I a peer. Sold by Jammerihal.
Jim Handler and John liasey found
good trout flailing in lrewa creek laat
week. They will try Hprague river nest
(iet a good, clean, hot bath at Frank
Smith's shop. When you con e out ol
the bath plant yourself in the chair and
gel a clean shave.after which try hia sure
sure dandruff medicine . 52-11
Ioat Women of Woodcraft pin,
hlia of an as, in lakeview, recently.
Kinder please leave at this office and
Claud McCall, the stalwart son of
Hayes McCall ol Pilver Lake, and U.
Iteeder, another young man of the
North end, sojourned in Lakeview sev
eral days during the past week.
The wiae man once remarked that
"all whisky is good, but some better
than others." This ia eminently true.
Olters may extol the virtues of their
wet gtxHU, but tJioae w ho use the famous
Kentucky Favorite, furnished only 1'ost
V King by the old reliable Arm of Hpru
a iioo, Man ley & Co., will use no other
no, never I 12 2
W. I). Sharp, the cigar manufacturer,
has purchased the household goods of
Dr. F. F.. Smith, and upon the return of
his wife from Tortland they will go to
housekeeping in the residence vacated
by Ir. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Sharp is
rapidly regaining her health in Port
land, and is expected home next month.
The"l'Hlace"is as popular as ever.
Whorton A Smith have a host of friends
and their resort is a meeting place.
The I'aUiM'haa the reputatihn of dealing
out the best in every thing. The 1'alace
billiard room haa the fittest billiard and
pool table in town. 2 tf
W. W. Watson, brother of Kx-IMs-trict
Attorney C. H. Watson, lias pur
chaaed the M incr, iiewpaer of
l'rairiu City, (irant county. The Min
er is one of the hundsouient publications
that finds its w ay to our editorial den.
Wanted Intelligent young men, from
17 to 11) years of age, having common
school education, to learn mechanical
trades. For full information apply to
or write to I'nion Iron Works, 222 Mar
ket St., San FranciHco. 2-2m
The question is often nuked, "Is lake
view going to have a celebration and
racing this year?" The Kxaminer is
unable lo find out. If we are to celebr
ate its, high time the people were doing
something about it.
READY TO WEAR LINE
Fleeced Wrappers, Flannelette Gowns,
Flannelette and Eiderdown Dressing Saques
Knit Underwear, Ladies' Waists and Skirts
Ladies' Coats, Capes and Fur Collarettes,
Muslin Underwear, Ladles' Criicir.-a , and
Misses Rubbers, and Rubber Goods every
kind, Men's Felt Boots and Bootees (new)
The Place to (Jo.
I have two frtrmU who irfp a place
In the I'll j by the l-akn.
Thvlr Invitation In Irttrra of (old
U, "Hova, what will you take?"
ThrT k-p all manner ol alu:e,
Whlakrjr, Wine and Hi-er,
Good I'lsara-ln fact, moat anything
The weary heart to cheer.
And now my tale la nearly told;
'Twin chance and a anre thine,
Juat take your choice, but my ad r lee Is,
(o to I'lMt A Klllf.
10 Tax Kovta.
BETTER THAN PILLS.
The question has tieen aket, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Stomach A
Liver Tablets auperior to piils?" Our
answer is: They are. easier and more
pleasant to take, more mild and gentle
in effect and more reliable as thev can
alwava lie depended upon. Then they
cleanse and invigorate) the stomach and
leave the bowels in a natural condition,
while pills are moreitarsh in effect and
their use in often followed br constipa
tion. Fur sale by Lee Beall, truggist.
Try Chamtarlain's Stomach & Liver
Tablets, the best physic. For sale by j
Lee Iteall Iruggist. J
320 Acre Land For Sale.
Wi have for sale 320 acres of farming
land, situated on the West Side of
Gooee Lake; 1' miles from timber;
open range; 50 acres imprcved; 200
acres under fence and material on
the ground to fence balance; two good
wells; watering places for stock in field
all summer; good 2-story residence,
barn and outhouse-; garden spot where
all kinds of vegetables and melons can
be grown prolific-ally. Situated 1 mile
from living stream and 15 miles from
Lakeview. 8 tf
mi 1L AKEYIEW
ERECTED IN 1900
F. H. MILLER & CO., Prop'rs, F. P. LIGHT, Man'gr
Put vour ad in The Examiner, it brings S U
m . H
Job Couldn't Have Stood It.
If he'd had Itching Tile. They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen'a Ar
nica Salve will cure the worst, case of
Piles on earth. It has cured thousands,
or Injuries, Paine or Bodily Erup
tions it s the best aalve in the world
Price 25c a box. Care guaranteed. Bold
by Lee ileal), druggist.
11. L. Hollman, a barber of Redding,
Cal., committed suicide at that place by
the morphine route on March 26th. He
left a note, saying: "In case of my
death telegraph Mrs. Eva Hollman,
Our Friend Is Still Sore.
Cedarville Hecord :
We understand that I-akeviow will
have a Mrong baseball team this sum
mer. The tVdarville lioys will not cross
bats with the Lakeview club this summer.
S.J.STUDLEY m F.E.HARRIS
STUD LEY & HARRIS
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything In tbe line of
jusZSllSmre: Snider Bui'ding on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
- THE OREGON -
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanti and Children.
Tfi8 Kind You Have Always Bought
The Oregon has been thor
oughly renovated and re
furnished. Tablo ser
vice is neat, clean and
the best the market af
fords. Moderate charge
L. F. WINKELMAN -
You Wanta Watch That
V- v.Va i Jl WdiUJi'A v.lU U
At New Pine Creek's Big Store.