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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
ooo coc.!Oi)CKJOJOoc',c! -v0- lakeview and Vlcuiit
rONT WAIT UN- &
to order your new Spring Suit,
itnr IV-iil.winiv IVnnrtment will
v..,, . .... v. . - -I j
then he working to its fullest ca- W
p.uit v. Come now Makeyour
s.Uvtion, have it nuule up ami
eall tor it when you w ant it.
seek the trade of younjr
men who like to wear good
clothes, who appreciate a higli
rah of Tailoring, made by
tailor who understand every
r ii -ii f their art.
Vu're welcome here at any
tune. liether vou come to order
or s.mply to see what the good
dressers are going to wear.
April Si at A. Hro. 1
Metis Woik Shirt 4.V at -A. Hroa. 1
flower Si'wl at Lakeview Mere. Co.
Albany NurcrKs, K. It. Patch,
"llrandiim" McUontiuiigh in e
,Moita huts: Latest styloa at A hi -stroii)
Li.n border ami (.'ream cheese nt
AMstrom lii os. I
Tiaoy lUnlr whs down from Abort
1' tv hih'i aI.m' I In .nilton, hiicncui
'I I"" : 1 1 t Lnkf Oil K utollMI llOI'HI",
Hllll W . I p.Hi'.l tl be till llllir-
tli'icr or .liiluis Wiillciiile, whoce body J
whs found to !Silv(r Jrwk it ,few i
WIM'ks Hk'O, tSHtlll lit Illlk'O. I XVII M J
mipptwed to liHvn been iiih hi'vcihI I
liven In Kliiniiitli County liiwt week, 1
unit it whs I here he Iff t the ptoton !
Inn-He, I In stopped nt n hotel hi j
KlH'i'iiili Falls, ii'Klcti riiitf ti ii t lr f
another n n hi , buteno ptul t tie ottlcers
f li vr .Slu'iilf Unit utartetl tint
fr in l.eie Mmiiliiy nllit for Warner
bilievlnu thiil hp whs on h "hot
1 1 m'k "ot t ho lot il ive
Wo jiro ready for you-
Lllko iHft Week. , : . i,i i in .
I .i in ii ii t u in i i in ii i nirii imiH iiiy w no
lt.Plir l.V Iju'o to be bol.l at 4o ( ,., ,lt, ,,,t, f .leo Ham- i
yd., at A. Hroa. 1 j iiton, but who khk another naiiu. j
MHiiy articles w ill lie sold rcgardlcsa ll sal I ln whs not Hamilton, but re
of cost at A. llros I j f iiHt'il to (jive nuy acvo'int of himself,
Dutch liim ii tit the I'.rewery Sh
.ff. P. Barry came over rom Warner
tirst of the week.
Yesterday was the first Hht of April,
it day of rejoicinu for t tie youngster.
Such a April toolisboef' what iss.
Little Florence Jobnstoj' ia mucD
better, great v to the rieliw'bt of the
otire community, who ull love the
attle one dem-ly.
Advantages of Advertising
The real progressive business man
ho advertises reaps his reward as
iarely as the world moves. The fol
lowing letter dated Reno, Nev., March
25, was received by The Examiner a
few days apo
To The Likeview Examiner: In
elosed find stamps for a sample copy
of your pap-r 1 wai'ttotet in touch
ith a real estate firm there with a
riew to buyine a piece of property.
Death Was On Hla Heels
Jesse P. Morris, of Skippers, V.,
sad a close call in the spring of 1900.
, ileeays: "An attack of pneumonia
toft me so weak and with such a fear
fa! cough that my friends declaied
tonsumption bad me, and death was
an my heeN. Then 1 was persuaded
o try Dr. King's New Discovery. It
helped mc immediately, and after two
and a half bottles I was a well rran a
tfain. I found out that New Discov
ery is the tjet,t remedy for cougtis
sad lung disease in all the world."
Sold under guarantee at A. L. Thorn
noa drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial
J. A Rauiey, an attendant from the
asylum, arrived here from Salem Tues
day, and yesterday sfartd back "Witn
Frank Neiska, who was brought here
from Christmas Lake a couple of
weeks iigo, and who was adjudged in
sane last week and committed. The
patient seemed perfectly harmless
a- d sane ou every subject but one.
He harbored the belief that some one
was going to kill him, and was bus
picious of everyone, therefore, con
sidered a dangerous person.
The Eagles held a meeting Tuesday
evening and decided to take charge of
the celebration on the Fourth of July.
A committee composed cf Lee Beall,
C. C. Price and Goe. II. Ayres was
appointed to solicit from the buieness
mej money to defray the expenses.
It seems to be generally satisfactory
that the Eagles conduct the celebra
tion. A little later on, -when plan
have been completed, readers of The
Examiner will be given full details.
A. F. Fitzpatrick, O. F. Griffith
and Jas. Wakefield, of the ZX ranch
are down from Chewaucan. The boys
say most of the ZX cattle have been
turned out, and the remainder will be
put ou the range in a few days.
Miss Iva Thruston and Miss Ruby
Briles came up from Davis Creek
last Friday. Miss Briles returned
home Saturday, while Miss Thruston
remained in LaKeview for a visit with
Register, aud be prepared to vote.
It is going to be difficult for those
who have not registered to swear in
their votes. Up to Tuesady 774 voters
had registered in the county.
M1 hi n mm. i mi ,M minimum,..
-1 arrti nfniim mi ii ; i nil -l-
and strictly prohibits
the sale of alum
So does France
So does Germany
The sale of alum foods
has been made illegal in "Washington and the District of Colum
bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as
To protect yourself against alum,
when ordering baking powder,
and be very sure you get RoyaL
Royal is"the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and whole-
someness ot the tood.
11. U. ltoydstuu was in towu from
the much Tuesdny.
SmuVh's of Williams A Murviu Co's
a'ios at Ahltoi in llros. 11
F. 1. Everett returned to Lakeview
Inst Saturday iiiorniiiK.
E. NV. Eyauson was ovor from I'lush
last week ou a business trip.
Cleorue Perkins was up from Pine
Creek last Saturday evening.
About a dozen druiiiiurs visited
Lakevtew durinx the past week.
Vou will lose uiouey if you dont at
tend the sale nt A. Hi us, during Apill.
S. P.Veruor was up towu Tuesday
aud made The Examiner office a call.
Fancy Navel Oranges at, "The
Frost." Fresh Dates aud Lemons. It
The tloydston brothers were over
from the Dry Creek ranch lust Mon
day. R. IJ Jac':son, the Paisley school
teacher, made Lakeview a visit last
Lon aud Art Combs were over from
Klamutb county last week on a busi
Mrs. Lydia Koss was up from the
ranch last Friday aud made proof ou
her timber claim.
Mrs. Armstrong is quite sick with
rheumatism, aud has been for the past
two or three weeks.
See our Windows, we are showing
you shirt waists, underwear, belts.
hair ornaments, etc. B. A M. 1
J. M. Small was down from Sum
mer I ake this wt-ek, returning home
Read Dooue's advertisement this
week; something in itthat will in
terest every woman and child.
W. E Scan, mou, of Plush, made
Lakeview a business visit lust week,
remaining here several days.
M. Whorton and wife aud Mis-i Hnt
tie Nyswaner were up from Piue Creek
last Friday to attend the Eagles' bnK.
We believe Spring has come, along
with it house cleaning time. Our lace
curtains aud burlapiug, are necessi
ties. Ii & M 1
Why not wear the best shoes.
Williams &. Marvin Co'e samples tor
Men Womeu and Children at Ablstrom
J. S. Sprague, who has been to
San Francisco on a business trip.
returned to his home at Paisley this
W. II. Benefiel wis in town from
Warner where he has beeu engaged
in prospecting for gold for the past
Elmer McCullen has been very low
with pneumonia, It was thought Mon
day night that he could not live till
We are under obligations to Mr. II.
E. Barker for a box of fine apples
which be brought up from Davis Creek
"Uncle Tommy' Brattain has our
most sincere thanks for a box of
toothsoxe apples, grown ou his farm
J. S. and L, N. Kelsey and their
wives came over from Coleman val
ley Monday, and will go ou up to Paisdy
Jack having resigued his position
further limn to say tlint ho I mil been
at Silver Luke, and li'It them about
a week ago. The mail was arrested
there ami Sheiitf Dent and Deputy V.
D. Arthur went tliore and took charge
of him. They tiooulit htm to Lake
Arlcy lliirttilou Slnnv, a profesur
of Stanford University, who is Hpnnd
iug his mh'hIIiiii in Neviiila, tins gone
to ivitwhule to piepiiie Mi article for
the April number nt the Dealti valley
.MatiNZit e. Ilu will write the pure.
tacts about the greatert mining boojit
iu modern times. A free cony ot
the magazine may be had by writing
the Death Valley Publishing Com
panv, Khyolite, Neva. In. j
Ageuts bunted: Mix JO crayon
portraits 40 cent, frames ID cents
and up, shift pictuns one cent each.
Vou can make 40(1 per cent, profit or
:lt.00 per wet k. Chtaloguu and Sam
ples free. FRANK W. WILLIAMS
COMPANY, 1UUH W. Taylor S.
Chicago III. 14 -4
A general denning uti of back
streets anil alleys wool i i.upnve the'
appearance o' Lakevii-.v tn m inure or '
lesscjtent A l ib' ot tin cans mid I
rubbish nut many llockn tioiu The.
Examiner otlice looms up quite prom
inently. Mrs. Neibm is at 7(1'- Clayton St.
Sun Francisco, and any of tier cus
tomers desiring to place special orders
may do" so by al.lresHing her, or
leaving same w 1th Mrs. Storkman ut
La Mode. Hl
Give us a chance. We've been thinking
about you and have some particularly
Nici) ni:v sruixr, DKKSS coons
to shw you. Come in and sec us.
JjlFa ift IjM011' jpnopniciop.
Jeff Purrisb, who has been visiting
in this county from Reno the past two
weeks, started on his return to that
place this week.
A large amount of improvements in
the city of Lukeview ia contemplated
for thia opring, and a great deal is
already under way.
A Mr. McDonald, of Habron, Nov.,
arrived in Lakeview last week for the
purpose of looking over the county
with a view to locating here.
Walter Banister, Ivan Hammersley,
two of the Danhauser boys and an
other gentleman whose name we did
not learn, all or Alturas, made Lake
view a social visit last week coming
up to attend the Eagle's grand bull,
given in the opera bouse last Friday
Why isn't everything
Everything isn't good
Your f roc.r r.turaa year Boa.f If f Jaa't
Uk. ScUUIbi's Bait; par hla.
' Services every Sunday at 10 o'clock
a. m., and Mass every morning, week
days, at (3:150 at the Catholic Church,
flret house west of Chas Umbitch's
residence, ou Slaoli Street.
Dick Kinghley made the street fair
ly shine last Monday with bis broom
and shovel. Some of the other stieets
would look more inviting if tliey were
to receive similar attention.
Gov. Chamberlain has offered
1,000 reward for tho arrest and con
viction of the murderer of Wallende,
the man fouud murdered at Silver
Lake a couple of weeks ago.
Lakeview is full of ttrangers these
days. Meu coming here from all
points of the globe. Lakeview is get
ting to be one of the most cosmonoli-
tau cities iu the went.
F. P. Liht, who has been very sick,
is able to sit up again. Amos Light,
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Light, has
also beeu qu'te ill for a couple of
weeks, but is better.
Winslow Bailey returned to Lake-
view last week, after spending the
winter at Portland. Mr. Bayley is
looking tine; better than be lias for
T. A. Crump made Lakeview a
business and p easure visit last week.
Mr. Crump has an advertisement
iu The Examiner, horse men should
We huve a nice lino of Dress Ging
hams, Wash Goods, and Shirt Waists,
in fact everything for Spring wear.
B. & M. 1
W. J. McKee and J. Melick were in
from Drews valley this week.
N. E. Calderwood came over from
South Warner Tuesday.
Kelley Briles waa up from Davis
Creek last Friday.
liomar Mori is and wife are over
Facts and Figures
Up-to-date Merchandise at Reynold's
Store. Goods at Your Own Prices.
Now is your opportunity for thirty
days. CASH ONLY. .
We will make you riv.vs that no an reliant in
Lakeview has ever ti"petl the seale not even
ourselvis. Now is yourehauee. We mean busi
ness, ami these jood must o iu order t make
room for Our New Stoek. Remember w -do all
our own work, and our priees will surely stir,
prise yui. Never let this opportunity pass,
jjood people, as we guarantee every word we
say Make yourselves at home with us. Ol'R
S7X)Rli should be yur headquarters. Many
than s for past lav- .is.
REYNOLD'S BARGAIN ST0R.E
One door south of Buteher Sh" -
9 m i,t
jA d o 1
Pat Angland Is
over from Warner
KXM I TOIt H NOTM'K
Notice ia hereby given that the un
dersigned, Thus. II. Sherlock, has
beeu this day appointed executor of
the last will and testament of O. L.
Mitchell-luues, deceased. Now, there
fore, all persona having claims against
the estate of the said (J. L. Mitchell
lnnea are required to present them
with proper vouchers, within six
months from the date of thia notice,
to the undersigned executor at his
home, in Summer Lake, Lake Gounty,
Dated thia 23rd day of March, 1008.
Thoa. II. Sherlock,
Executor of the last
will and testament of
C . L. Mitchell lnnes,
13 5 deceased.
A Twenty-Year Sentence
"1 bave just completed a twenty
year health sentence, Imposed by Buck
len's Arinca Salve, which cured me of
bleediug piles just twenty years ago,"
writes O. B. Woolever, of LeRaysvillo,
N. Y. Bucklen's Arnica Halve heals
the worst soies, boils, burns, wounds,
and cuts Id the shortest time. 25o, ut
A. h. Thornton's drug ttore.
Everything Carried in Stock for the
Miner at both our Store.
Boots and Shoes for Miners, lUicca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
OI.OVES AM) OVI:KALL5 R)K ALL.
Groceries, Flour and Grain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & lining Tools.
Warner Valley Mercantile Co.
Pacific Land Co. Lakeview, Ore
Locates Homesteads, Desert Claims
and State Lands, besides doing a gen
era Real Estate Business.
We are prepared to get your property before
thousands of people on short notice.
List with us and give in a trial.
GOGBURN & NELSON
r ft". 'a t i . i t i
Venice uijpusiic iiotei l,rueview.
LARGEST CATALOG ,
M.il Ord.r Heiue in
Hrdwr. Dry Goods tnd
buinAtm at all kivU quu4J
n tHir rcaulftf Moalhlv
MENTION THIS PAPf
ECONOMIZE THRO JONES
VVKHIHI I UK WAIaLOO
JONES CASH STORE
Oil,., nvina oafclm,,.,
fv mty n.ni S, J l.
The Buyer. Guide
From and O.W Su.
Washington, March 20 The Forest
Service hus recoinmeudod tlmt thu
number of cattle and lioruea allowed
to vraze upon the Ulue Mouutaiua
National Forest in the State of Ore
gon, during the aeaaon VMH, to in
creased from 10,000 to 17,000 head aud
the number of sheep from lrj0,00 0 to
152,500 head. This forest baa recently
been divided into three administra
tive units, and the incerase in the
number of head of stock to graze ou
the range tbla year waa made to per
mit ho equitable adjustment among
the former users of the forest
To exchange Lands
The forestry asHoclation, at a meet
iu held iu Portland tho lllth, initiat
ed a uiovemeut for a state forest, re
serve. Resolutions were udopted pro
posing legislation by which the state
shall bo permitted to exchaugo about
100,000 ucroa of school lauds located
withiu foreHt rerierves iu scattered
tracts to the national government for
one compact body of the same area.
The state land board and state forest
ry commission are directed to confer
with the proper olfiolals of the govern
ment and secure the enactment of leg
islation to bring about such transfer.