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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1905)
nn.,Hit Kooscvelt linn Htnried
nl.lH Southern mid Hestcri. hunt-1
liW trip. j
full at the I"'1' '' l,ook "tore
for Hll kltnlH of Hternture, and die
tlm.iirl.il tlw prln. 'W-tf
All but two if tin wi1ih.ii tp.en In
Malticur comty have en Indicted
for winning piiiiM!""""-
ThP democrats arc now talking of
running Tbcodore IUoevelt for a
third term-Teddy may have a say
We have mime valuable land 'or Halo
clnl. It n'li"1 "1J. "n1 l!n
,t figure Hint makes it it good invent-
unit. Wriu-ilie Kxuniiner,
i..i.Mt..-k .rf rr
Till' iiiohi riiinr" i - -
,be railroad Is to lie found at The
Ksiuiilncr ollice. Flrst-clasH work
lilnll.VH, lit reasonable j.rlceM. tf.
Although til'' present livnch re
,n;.. 1u...m Iii existence for
L v., onl.v a single one of ,t.
, . . i . .... I I, u I. in ..I I
..i.i..i., Iniw I'niiilileteil lilK lei III i l ,
jin "it ii
V..V.U liV 111 lUlli I II II I 111 TH, (lie-
tli.imni'K. heavy literature, iiiaj;
iuIiivk mill all UiinlH of reatlhiH; inat
tiT lit tic lunik More III 1 he pout
Tin' limn Mi X"i''lati ho Killed his
ili' lit Syssu. Malheur county hist
ftt'fk, lins (olitesHed to the crime.
anil itilvised his four
ware ni hi footsteps.
sons to lie-
Si'trt'tar.v Taft lias 1 lie iiialllica-1
lltiliH iif heliiK a K''"l seller, hence
1'n'Hiili'iit llooscvell's appropriate
remark that he left Taft sitting on
the lid of the Santo loliiltiKniatter.
u i ...ii ..... ..r M. l..llliiu
lit- uini a inn s, i. 01 1.1.. ,
4('(i'h., Muiiph'H of SttK'k t'ertlllcatcfi ,
nml h Is, with price list. If you
inv iirsaiil.lng a stock company get
mir prices mi stock certificates, tf
Nu date lias yet Is-eli set for I'd tiger i
Heriiiiinii's trial utnler t he Indict tnetit
lur di'Htroy ing luiblle records. Mr.
Hermann is si ill in Washington, but
'lll return home in a short time.
Two attempts have' been made
within the past two weeks to wreck
the Siintlili,, unci overland train at
lioth times ob-
Htritct ions were placed across the! of. If vou ha ve anv land or proper- i
tra-k. The last at tempt was thwart-! erty to sell, list it with the Exam-;
l by a fr.-iL.-lit train knocking the!i,er. Send In description and we1
'ilwlnictioiis off (he track. i w ill sell it for you. -'Mf ,
The Cireii:! t'ourt convened in j The llxniiinier has an s-acre tract
S "''April,,,,, for the April term, of 1 1 Mr sale a, a bargain; t,:
nml a giiunl iurv was drawn at t he la ml lies in a body in the northern1
im,t f ',l: District At torney. j par. of EakeMew, and is now set,
'Hi'- Jury Imv,.iii work liumediately. j to cloxer ami timolhy, and ields
U'l.M.. ... . .
"ni- ii ih ii . i known what cases
"''feiiiM-hi i;.-.ntcd, from the fact that I
"ineoi the pint ielpaiits in the pur-
W ill :i uini ,.,-..- ..f -.-I I !
hind for ,. ,, -ut(.,. w ere in .at
I'-'iiiliuii-c, it is presumed that 1 he
lrv will tid.e up t- land f ra ml j
"W'liitc Hull," a ( ay use chief, of
U'litlleluii, who recently sold his!
''urn turf:. nu, xxound lip his fortune j
tik xuih a spr.'e that en. led
liis life .li,. -White Dull" has
'"vltln-d pr. M i.ts on all his Indian '
,rll'"lHaiid relatives and bibctl freely
'"Brvwater. His last drunk caused
tu think himself a train of cars!
'""King for a head-on collision. So
Htiu-tci (in u run up the railroad !
Jr'k ami i(.( t, ,.lval t,.aUl M11U1UV j
uut PH'r "Whit,, p. lilt Ikl Itll llli kl'AI I
The report of Ktiporlnten.letit Cal
Mituof tllt. llHulle UHylum for (ll0
""tli of Mim., h1,owb tt Uuci-eaHO of
l the uumber of lniuaU8 of that
'"'Itutloii during the month. On
urch 1 the total number of lntnuten
there were 113 ivcelvetl, lit
JllurK"U, 111 dh.,1 n.ul five ,-loped,
''"K IW'j t the end of the mouth.
l'cwtof iiialntenanco per capita
,. I his Is nlioiit f. higher
SO.H: f MINOS HI
ai.i. (ii i) ii:aii:rs
Forty wiliicHWH wen- summoned
near Tot tagetirovc to nppcur before
t"e grand Jury now 1 hchhI,,,, at
iPt I II Mil
I .and Icr t.v 1. Tin- went lialf of Sec. j
2, tp. 39 S., U.20 K. TI.e land joins
Frank Duke's place 5 miles south of'
Ukeview. Thin in a snap. Write The
A residence f..r Male ehenp.-Onc '
acre of ground, house, burn and out-1
bulldlnga; hHHdty water, and Ih h
desirable place to live. Enquire at'
The Examiner ofllce. -c tf
One of Senator Teller's iMt-uliar-1
ltlen when M'Mkiu In deflate Is to
,sy "Mr. President" with great f re-'
""" receni occasion lie
used .".7 sentenccM lu a Hitecch, and :
the quoted phrase appeared exactly'
the ame iiunilicr of times.
Just before leaving Australia for
thin country Talerexvsk i Mocked up
w,,h ,." P""l.rhH o, himndf
v .niiiiif, inn iiiriMiin uiur
; Tile ph-lliren Were procured ill S.Vll-
ney, whohte clear atmosphere Is es-
I peclally siilteil for the produet ion of
tlnc photographic work.
! I'llotneiio ItoM.il, a St Louis anti-
I quariaii. has made a careful stu.lv of
: the origin of the American Indians
1 and has yat hered t he results of im-
portant researches into a book with
a n array of facts which st em to sul
stantiate his theory that aborigines
spra ti); from Ftruscaus and I'hoeni-
i Jesse ilaliles, olilv sou of tilt
oils Missouri bandit, is reading law
ami taking the three years' course in
a Kansas l ily school of law. This
lM ,)lH ,t terill
fiH.j . wm
When t lit.1 course is
practice law. The
professors of the law school say
.i ... i i i ......i i.
uini. .ler.-e is a noon mum-in. ..mm ;
tJ lilu fiiii.i lu ufiiitif In ri. inline' In llie
law library In the county court-1
The Examiner has for sale one of ;
l lie nest siock ranciies in j.ai.ecouiu.v t
on verv reasonable terms (WO acres, !
ill fenced, and well watered. This is;
. . ,., extracts are made: Every nation
a great bargain and will not tetnaiu . owe i(9 pecllliar character, its pros
long unsold. We also have a dozen peritv in brief, evervtliing that dis-
i( her ranches anil farms to dispose,
.. ,,.: , ,..,i
(I tons of hay a enr, lenxuig a xal
ual.lt - paslun
The hay sells at i
. , , .... !
l nu- i.'
the lop price
tr - m - l is a. desirable one. eit lur t o re-'
j , :
tain In one piece or tociiiup into
lots for residences. An, one desiring
t o build a Home in La 1 ex ie w will do
Well to investigate this proposi-
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Thi Remedy Is a Specific,
Sure to Cive Satisfaction.
OIVIS RlUief AT ONCf.
It cleanses, soothes, lie.iis. u" , " ,"7
dlteud liienil.liili". " eun . ..- )0 place II I in i iiioni. t . i ju a iii.im b
drivi-suwiiy a f"M )'" "" tV ! ,u,. i I nl-.v.l I he ( )bser . r of
Fusv to Vhii. .i.tiiiimiiM"""i""-s- i.x.'i -
Applied into tl.o i..triU and ) ' I !i;i I 'U ','4't- "'kefB
.1. V Mux VI II
Sit i ,i i y
l.iiki'l , .
lKt C0;iTV B SiNtSS !WtNS'
If y,)n- wish Information nbou
Lake County, Oregon address iilh
or of the hIh.vo gentlemoii. wh wil!
IK.' pleased to reply.
n. E. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
fan of Re. vices of 1'Hstor of the M. E
f'burch, I-akeview. 1st and 3rd Sun-
days of each month.
ReU"' at 11 rn nJ '' Pine
CWk 'l 7 p' 2,,fl "d 4,h Snmiayt
Uk"v"'w Hl 11 m- " P- ni.
,,r"'er n'''K Thursday 7 p. m. 6th
Snndny Union School House at 11 a. m.
Lakeview at 7 p. m. Yon are cordially
invited to all the services.
Sanpomd Snvdkr, Pastor.
Baseless Attacks Fpon Tbe Imp
utation and Business of a
rhyslcian are Without Avail.
Tlierp livpn in Rnffnln V Y man
who in u idelv tnnu n no , T,rnnr;lr
of the Tierce Family Medicines. Dr.
llerc has lately come into added pub-
licity because of the unwarranted at
tack made upon his medicines by a
certain periodical, which charged that
th('y were not what tl,p' were rePre"
senteu to be Liy tlie doctor. lie
promptly met that attack by suing the
owners of the journal in question for
$200,000 damaRes. Upon the filing of
this suit a retraction was printed by
the editors, who acknowledged that
their statement was entirely without
foundation, but notwithstanding this
covert attacks have still been made
upon Ir. Tierce and his business.
I)r. Tierce's business, which has its
center at Ituffalo, where he has a large
laboratory known as the World s 1ns
t pensary, for the manufacture of his
; medicines the "Favorite Prescription"
: and the " Golden Medical Discovery"
' and a hospital, known as the Invalids'
Hotel, for the treatment of various ail
i meats by a large staff of physicians
and surgeons, is the result of thirty-
eight years of honorable and hone6t
dealing with the public. He is a man
0l j10nor, respected in the community
and eniovine the commence of his fel-
: Inw rit.izenK. Thcv know f.hnt. bp is
neither a quack nor a charlatan, but
that he has attained success in life be-
cause he deserves it.
Comley's History of Nw York State,
containing biographical sketches of the
men wno "nave given weaun, stamina, r
and character ' to the Empire Mate,
gives a sketch of the distinguished phy
sician, from which the following brief
, , beloiiini? to it who
have the courage to step beyond .the
bounduridti prescribed bv prolessional
tradition, or social customs
f this class of men the medical pro-
fession has furnished a distinguished
exainple in the successful and juotly-
celebriited pliysician, Dr. ii. V. Tierce,
tlf jiulialo, N. Y., and :icv history
sketch of his useful and earnest work.
j.;,. ; suSme,, his
studies by extensive and original re-
genre i in its Several departments. 1'e-
uth.li()I1 U).vvlam h,)Pciai.
ties ol the science lie bus so curelully
investigated, he has been rewarded in
n remarkable degree, in iiiese speciai-
ties he has become a recognized jeader.
INot a lew oi toe ieni-uu-o u-bi 1 lUt-u
linl ,.,v,. itl js Kiiid, been atlopted and
prescribed by jihysicians in their private
; practice. His pamphlets and larger
xvorks have been received as useful
cuutrihutions to medical knowledge.
; . . . That his success is , is
evidenced by the fact that his reputa
tion, as a man and physician, does not
deteriorate; and the fact that there is
a steadily increasing demand for his
medicine's, proves that they are not
nostril ins, but reliable remedies fur
Dr. Tierce's establishment at Buffalo,
is one of the show points of th:t llour-
isliing city, and is well worth a visit
, just to see hoxv modern medicines,
i even though they lie " patent," are
; compounded xxilh' the utmost skill by
S trained chemists and on the most sci
. eutitic principles. It is also worth
i while for the purpose of seeing the
methods followed by which each ap
plicant for aid, whether he be a cor
respondent or a patient at the hospital,
secures the care of eminent specialists
in medicine and surgery. Once these
ihinirs are seen it will be speedily ac-
knowledged by the most sKepticai mai
all patent-medicine businesses are not
the frauds which soiue careless papers
have declared them to be.
No lioclor lULjuued.
Jt isn't iieceHHiity for u tloctor
rt 5-. i, st... ,
l'r M !r-:;
l.lllil't Iru , Hit
S. F. AN I.STROM
& Proprietor WtTCX x
5 v f-iZ
MAJHTFACTrRKKB OF '
The Best Vaquero Saddle on the Harket
Also a complete line of wagon a nd buggy ha mesa, whips, rol
rlatas, bitu, spurn, qulro, rowttes, lu fact everything la the line of
carriagt nul horse furnishings. Repairing by competent men.
A66A6 AAA 6666 6od6660
ERECTED IN 1900
F P LIGHT
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
F. E. HARRIS.
I Ak'PVIFW PITPiMITIIPP rn X
JUSTR?vT Snider Building on Water St.
...LAKEVIEW, OREGON... 4
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES T
I ELI RESTAURANT
Broad, Pics, Cakes, ami in fact everything in the
pastry line kept constantly oi: hand.
Board by the Day, Week or flonth.
First-class Meals at all Hours.
miss. : in i, i it i 1 1 ..' 1 i r
North of First National Bank
ennr, mutton, pork, sausagc, cic,
..Lakeview Meat Market..
JOHN AVLNDKLL, Proprietor
AT PRESENT LOCATED
15U1LUIINU INUKin UT
Perhaps vou like vour crav
then remember Hall's Hair
gray hair. Stops fallir.R ha;r,
$2,000 reward offered by the Lake
County Wool Growers Association for
the arrest and conviction of any person
or persons guilty of killing or maiming
any sheep belonging to any member of
1 this association by order of the Kxeutive
S. 15. ('H.XXlU.I'.H, Tkks.
J. N. Watson-, fw.
E. N. JAQUISH
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of r
i r 1 r 1 t.w i .1.1: l. 1 1 1 rr
. . . Lakeview, Oregon.
HAND AT THE r-
hair: then keen it. Perhans not:
Renewer chvavs. restores color to
Send No Money
ONLY TOUR KXMH1 AND ADDRKS8
For SampUi of Cloth, Eto.
LL-00L I A Cf MADE TO
MTJ Jj)14,jU OBfiEl
TE Medal Tailors
T1 Tliixd gt. Portland, Or.
1'Ikm ti.rntlon thla tupr.
Ll Y PHOTHrRS. C6 V'an eii 11, York.