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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View This Issue
SIX ADAMS CABINET" CIGARS FOR Itfc
. YOU Like A Pipe?
YOU Like Tobacco!
YOU Like Smoking?
YOU Like Cigars?
YOU Like Health?
We of fer you real tobacco made
into good cigars and we like to
know that you have the best.
We know the quality and are
sure that what you buy here is
good. Whether it's tobacco,
cigars or smoker's supplies, it's
right when we sell it.
Garden Seeds and Onion Sets-Alfalfa Seed-Kentucky Blue Grass
: Lakeview and Vicinity
H. C. Fleminc a
Crek last Sattir lay
am he is one of those who
p fit tn'sicm the netitioD to remove
the county Beat frjm Lakeview. it j 6tead, oq tbe east
Geo W. Wise was over from North
ud from Piue
Mr Flouring i Warner last week. His ex tulenesa
did not i 088 rtsitfuea cis position on me u
raucb and i- worklug on hia bonis-
side of Warner
had been reported tbat be bad signed
U. R. Hutchinson, who has conduct
ed a jewelers' store in Lak-iview for
some months, ha moved to Piue Creek
baiug been shut out of a buildiDg by j
the sale of tbe !-o la works build lut;,
Every Sunday Mass and Benediction
at 10 o'clcok A. M
Sunday School after Benediction
Week day Mais at 6:;J0 A. M.
Father Vaota. S. J.
Arthur Bruce, brother in-law of
j Pete Post, was in Lakeview ttris week
Mr. Hutchiusou is said to be a good
W. H. Lyttle, State Veterinary who
resides at Pendleton, arrived in Like
view yesterday for the purpose jf in
ducing sbeepmeu to dip tbeir shep
before lambing, and to acquaint him
self with the geural couditiun3 here
and see how tbe work ol eliminating
BcaD is being c miucte'i by V. .).
Mr. Creed McKi-udrw. Hiid Rev A.
J. Armstrong aci-o i pan -I Jlr Cresn
rer on bis trip t' Liknly tins week
They rached Likely wii iout mistmp
On their return : oe auf' ran off IN
enibaokmeut this sile r- Davis Cieek
bat no damage was dou-s other tii i
tbe delay in getting a tea:n to u-.i
them out. Jut South of Lakeview
the transmitter jiave way. but aV were
too ti'ed to work with it, s-o the auto
was brought into town I y tea i.
A Twenty-Vear S tence
"I have just compltr "J a twenty
year health seuteace, irnjMped by Miick
leu s Annca Salve, allien cured ni i'f
Meediug piles just twenty years ago,"
writes O. S. Woolever, or LeRayri ille,
N. 1'. Bucklen's Arnica Salve heals
the worst sores, boil-, burns, wound-,
and cuts in tbe shortest time. . 'Joe, at
A. L. Thornton's driiy - ire.
andj went to hi id well Tuesday. Mr.
J Bruce is a milling man, and we under
j stand tbat be iuteu'ls putting in a
quartz mill at Bidwell.
Air. and Mr F. M. Miller and Mrs.
j V. L. Snelliug started Tuesday for
kUU i H U V J " I HI A A-' V. T V J Tf U V 1 V
she will be placed in a hospital. S. O.
Cressler took her to Madeline in his
Clarence Rinebart baa received a
new f-'WO auto sycle. Tbe machine
in the best of tbe kind ever brought
to Lakeview. Its speed is 60 miles
per hour Clarence is very proud of
it, and well he may be.
E. Keller, tbe Pine CreeK mill and
electric mau. as up from there last
Monday. Mr. Keber starts this week
for San Francisco to see tbe fleet
come in. lie will be accompanied
borne by a brother from the east.
Rev. L. E. Henderson and wife,
formerly residents of this valley, but
laie years of Cottouwood Idaho, bave
returned here to make their home.
Tney will live with tbeir son John,
who hart a home tt Pine Creek, and
take care of his children. John went
to Idaho last December after his father
and mother, and arrived bore Sunday.
Elmer Henderson, a younger brother
-.' lohix rHTcalonf,
Where the finest biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, cruSts
or puddings are required
fyoyal is indispensable.
Not only for rich or fine food
or for special times or service.
Royal is equally valuable in the
preparation of plain, substantial,
every-day foods, for all occa
sions. It makes the food more
taSty, nutritious and wholesome.
Elwood Jaquisb was over from
darville recently on a viit with
father and brother of tbs ptacn.
Felix Allen of Modoc county,
tbe misfortune recently to loose
dwelling and two large barns by tire.
The registration books are opeu a
gain, and will remain open for regis
tration of voters uutil the '20th of.May.
The best place to shear sheep, best
range, etc., is at tbe McDuuiels cor
rals, in Camas prairie. Not in the Re
Little Florence Johnson, we are
sotry to report, is not so well this
week, and tha little baby "Mary" U
A. F. Tonningseu and wife are here
from Ontario to make proof on tbeir
timber claims They started home
If Lake county is to take part in
tbe State couveutiou, tbe county cen
tral committee should meet and elect
! D. J. Wilcox and wife, accompan
: led Mrs. Win. Harvey to tbe Summer
I Lake raucb Sunday, returning home
Our Millinery and all Kind of
Ladis' Furnishings take the lead tor
style and quality. "La Mode" Mrs.
Neilon Prop. 1
E. C. Stickel and sou lleorge are
here from Pine Creek to begin woik
on tbe stone foundation for H. O.
Cressler's new dwelling.
NEWSSTAND: Daily papers can
be purchased each morning at Wallace
i Co's. news stand on Water street,
north of the Postoflice. ltitf
The Moug Co., have nine people and
they play six nights iu Lakeview, be
ginning next Monday, May 4. The
orchestra plays every night.
Robt. 1 1 art i u went to Alturas laht
week to try and arrange with Alturas
for a change iu tbe date of the Modoc
races. lie did not succeed.
Si Ileud'.-raon and family came in
from the desert last week, where they
bave been for some weeks past. Si
says the sheep are doing Que.
Roy Puxton, prop rietor of tbe Mer
rill Livery Stables, came over to
lakeview first of the week on a busi
ness and pleasure trip combined.
We have seen tbe plat of the new
addition to Lakeview, just north and
west of C. E. Snerlock's residence
There are some flue building lots.
Walter And Kate Putton went to
Davis Creek last week to visit tbeir
parents during the vacation, which
was occasioned by the teachers insti
tute. Pete Post went to Bidwell this week.
Pete has actually left the state. It is
said that he has not been out of Lake
view but once before iu 25 years, tbat
time he went to Puisley.
E,. R. Patch, the fruit tree man
was up town luat Saturduy. He in
formed us that his wife and children
would start for Los Angeles this week
for a few months visit.
Mrs. Neilou will be In Pine Creek
May Jth. Paisley, May 10th, with a
beautiful display of Spring Millinery,
also a few correct things iu Belts,
Fancy Neckwear, Veils, etc. 1
Mrs. Sprague passed through Lake
view last week, being met here by
Mrs. C. L. Withers, of Palsely, on
her way to Paisley to see her son, J,
8. Sprague, who is quite ill.
Read lllober'i now ad this week. j
Our abiit Waists are golugfa.t. II ,
Dutch lunch nt tho Hrvwcry Sh
I V. L. Ross was up town last Hntur
,1. 1. Duke was tip town last Satur
day. Miss Edna Ponhiud whs qulto ill last
Albany Nurcerlc!, E. H. Patch,
ugcut. - 1 1 tf
Ladles' long silk and llsln gloves at
11. A M. 1
We have a nice lino of Ladies belts.
11. A M. 1
W. F. Puino went to Pino Creek
Pete Follett was up f r mi PineCieek
Clothes Ttiat Suit Wouieii of Taite
at "Lit Mode". 1
Read Boone's new ad. this week.
N. E. Cnlderwood camii over (mm
Ailt l Tuesday.
tieorge Lynch was out cruising tim
ber this week.
Attend the socinl dance at the Hall
Saturday uight. 1
Read "At the Theaters, " and get
posted on the dates.
Mrs. Anna M. Neilou has returned
from San Francisco
(J L. lioltirook was in from the
sheep range last week. .
Hon. S. P. Moss was down from
Chewaucati last week.
Wo have a nioo line of Ladies and
Misses Ties. U, Jc M. 1
FOR SALE: New Piano, cheun.
Enquire at (Jeo. Millers tf
M la ffiu.de
-A Woman's Duty-
is to lc ns well jjownnl as licr purse mid ,
her titste will permit Iter.
We help Mer
to seleet i lie nol eomiin Styles in
Millinery, Press, elc.
For Comfort nnd S;i l isl'.tetion eome to "Ln Mode."
Jhum iw )pci'011' Proprietor.
W. Z. Moss was ovar from Plush last
week, returniug Sunday.
See the new advertisement of
Anna M. Neiou thl week.
C. H. Liscolm, a Went Sido farmer,
wan iu town hint Saturday.
Barker, the stage man, wu up from
Davis Creek last Saturday.
Wui. Laslnia, of Klamath Falls.
came to Lukeview this week.
Rubber and Co'tou Hose best grade
at Lakeview Mercantile Co. 1
See tbe beautiful Stock of Millinery
now on display at "La Mode". 1
J. E. Tannehill was over from hia
West Side farm last Saturday.
J. B. Meltou, of Klamath Falls, is
speudiug the week iu Lakeview.
F. M. Miller went to Warner last
Friday, returning home Sunday.
The best Lawn Mower ou the mar
ket at Lakeview Mercantile Co. 1
W. M. Hartey started Monday for
the north, to buy a band o' horses.
One and two piece Oslermoor Mat
tresses at Lakev:ew Mercantile Co. 1
Ladies Shirt WaUts ud Muslin L'n
derware at Lakeview Mercantile Co. 1
Furniture repaired at J. N. Ja
(juish's cabiuet shop ou Main street. 1
, Don't forget the ilnU of tbe Mong
Co., stand of tdx nights In Lakeview.
The Mong Co,, wid lxgin on a six
nights stand in Lakeview on May 4th.
Our line of Ladies Uudewear cau
not be excelled iu this county. B.
i M. 1
Hay for Sale:-J. E. McCoul will
deliver hay iu town or sell ut the
stack. 1 15-4
(Jeorge Wiukleman and wife came
down from Summer Leko this week ou
Remember the date tbe Mong Co,
will open their week's engagement in
A. U. Duhmo came up from tbe
Fandango sawmill first of the week
Miss Kitten Fine went to Plush last
Sunday, after visiting in Lakeview
John Flynii iu rapidly gettiug the
old court house remodeled into a
Jim (Jieeu was iu town from "the
ranch" a few days this week. This
will be news.
Two bricklayers, a Mr. (Jray and
son, of Michigan are here at work on
the court bouse.
Look at tbe notice for reward issued
by the telephone Company for destroy
ing its property. Gtf.
Don't forget about the band con
cert at the Opera House tomorrow
(Friday) evening. l
J. M. Batchelder rottiinod first ,of
the week from Orovillo, where he has
been for several weeks.
We are showing in our window a
complete line of Hardware and
Carpenter tools, B. M 1
We are showing tbe best line of
Men's Golf and Negligee Shirts ever
brought to town. B. & M. 1
Lane & Steele have received one of
the famous Dutch clocks, which uow
adorns their place of business.
Hays St Beebe tbe butchers, moved
into tbeir new quarters this week,
and are now ready for business.
This Store is Well Named
Host Solid I'aeketl Tomatoes lO'i-o ean
Best Solid Packed Corn : lfie can
Hest IVaelies -. 'JCtc ean
livery article in this Store is Sold at the Same Kate.
Ask for priees on the above floods elsewhere, and
you will find you have heeu paying too much
for your oods.
Buy Your Goods at
REYNOLD'S BARGAIN STORE
And Save Money.
One door south of lUitehet' Shop
Everything Carried in Stock for the
Miner at both our Stores.
Boots and Shoes for Miners, Bucca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
OLOVES AND OVERALL R)R ALL.
Groceries, F-lour and Grain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & mining: Tools.
Warner Valley Mercantile Co.
Pacific Land Co. Lakeview, Ore.
Locates Homesteads, Desert Claiois
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 us a trial.
COGBURN & NELSON
Ofiice opposite Hotel Lakcvicu-
M.il Ord.r Houm m
Hirdwtr. l Cud, and
SjJu at aU ijn.ii QucMrd
"i fulll M.mhly
MI-NTION THIS PAI(
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WMl;N WKITINU t OK CATALuiJ
ONES CASH ITORI
Oder, tmt a V.,M
W ixnl S,i.J ,
The Buyer. Guide
Front !! O.li 3u.
Death Was On HI. tied.
JenflO P. Morris, of Bkipiiem, V.,
had a close call iu tho BpriuK of !HH.
lie Bays: "Ati uttac.k of piieuiiiouiH
left Die so weak uud with such a fear
ful couuh tbat niy friends duoluiod
consumption find uie, aud death whs
on id y heel. Then 1 whs persuaded
to try Ur. KiuK'a New Discovery. Jt
helped me Immediately, aud after two
ami a half bottles 1 was a well mau a
gain. 1 found out that New Discov
ery 14 tho best remedy fur coukIib
and lunK disease in all the world."
Mold under K'larunteo at A. Ij. Thorn
ton drug store. Wo aud &I.00. Triul
Tho County Oouit t,r Lake Oountj.
Oregon on the UUb day of April
1IWH, niado an order for the mlu of the
personal pro.erty of the O K Mitch-eJl-Inos
estute. at private sale. Bald
personal property conslHta of an un
divided half interest In 1.10 wwb with
young calyea, aud HO mixed yearllnKB,
also five head of horea, :XJ bushel
of grain, some farming implementii
aud machinery, aud complete outfit
for cutting aud stacking hay. Any
one Interested iu the purchase of the
above property call ou the under,
.-, . , ' Tu"- Sherlock.
Kxecuter lust Will and Testament of
U Mitchell luueH, Deceased. i8tf.