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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1903)
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER, L.'KEVinw, OREGON, JAN. , Mi.
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LAKEVIEW, ORf?OON, JAN. , lOJ.
It Is the usual custom for most
iiewstmpers to pass a mile stone
nlHiiit every Iwche months, ami it
has also iMvottto the habit of said
newpnicrs to sav something on
that occasion. whether they have
anything to say r not. Now. The
Kxnmlncr is :U years old today, ami
we haven't anything particular to
nay alHttit It, but we have got Into
that habit. iud suppose It will have
to lie kept up.
A quarter of a centur.v is a pretty
long time (or a sagebrush newspner
like The Kxn miner to exist without
gfdng to the wall, Isn't It? We feel
proud of the (act that thlngsarethus;
but they may iut always lie this
way. ISefore we uiv i" year older
tliere may lie a change for the worst'
may lie, but we 1mh not.
The Kxaiuiner lias Invn conducted
art a business proxsitiou from tlie
ntart, and it will continue to lie so
conducted so long as the present
editor lino anything to do with it.
The upbuilding of the County and
town of Lakeview is our main object
in life after our source of revenue has
lieen looked after. To get revenue
we must have patronage; to get
patronage we must get out a pajn-r
that the ieople want, ami will take,
whether asked to or not. and that
advertisers are willing to patronize)
lilierally. To this end it ban lieen
our aim to ever strive. Mow well
we have succeeded we will leave to
those who judge all t hings t lie read
The Kxaiuiner has no regrets, or
apologies to make for any short
ast Day of The
Year at Plush.
It cannot noon le forgotten the
evening of the last day of the old
year at I'lush. F.very ceurrcnce Is
a pleasant memory. Not an expres
sion of countenance, nor word, nor
glance of un eye we can wish to for
get, to look back upon every event
of that evening with pleasing emo
tions. It was "Children's evening," !
ami there was the well guarded,
through complete abandon of all, to
the sway of childish happiness. The
Infection caught the old, and Joyous
ness beamed in every face. Self for
get fulness seemed complete. It was
as if not one of us had ever known
strife, or jealousy, or sorrow.
Happiness was to be imparted, and
all gave themselves to the work.
"Tuni and dance wlv me" plead
ed a gentle bird-like voice. "I'll do
it, my H(ft," replied the usually
serious visaged Daniel Itoone, who
gallantly took the hand of his little
four year old sweet heart, (all the
little folks are his sweet hearts) and
entered the baby set. And what a
joyous surrender that was to the
rule of the fun spirit, the man of
sixty was a child again. Mamma
Jones showed that she yet had her
very Imby's heart: so keen was her
aiiiirecLiition of that scene. And Mrs.
Nellie Cleland. how deftly, patiently,
she guided t hose little feet through
the mazes of the dance. And when
the little Nellie coipieteil just a little
bit with her boy admirer, what sod
a's was in the smile that lighted
the older face. Then I said: "the
mot her st ill has the lit tie girl's heart."
We had a bounteous, hot oyster
soun supner, witli ice cream
cakes, supplied by thoughtful moth-
To Those Who Arc Not
Wc have Ikvm very forcibly rcimmlctl of the appalling fact that
we are gettino; ohler. This, of itself, has eausi d no loss of sleep
hut it makes us sad to contemplate each setting sun and realize
that we have added nothing to your happiness nor reaped the
enjoyment ol your closer acquaintance. We have math- semi
spasmodie overtures for your trade in
hut nothing tangible and truly satisfying has come of it, and
we have concluded that you don't hilly appreciate the amount
of pleasure contained in our output and our unhampered ability
to make things generally dreeahle (or you.
Come, now, drop in and see us and let us know each other.
BAILEY & MASSINGILL.
It was a meeting in the spirit that
makes all the world lovers. It creat
ed a lietter heart for every one who
was so fortunate as to be there.
Shall we ever thus meet again?
TlflHRR LANO NOTrCK.
t'niti'.l m-i.l office, laki-il.w. or.K.ni,
Oct. '.", !'.'.' Notlen I 1 1 r . I . Kttcll thai In
compliance with llie pro i.loii. of the act nf
cimim i.l inn.' :i, I -7, t, 1 1 1 J.-tl ", ii ad lor I In
Hale of 1 1 in .-r lionl In lln "laici of ori-ifoti,
California, N.'ioU mul a a.ltltiKloii IVrrl
lorv a i'Vii.il--.l to nil Hi,. 1'iilille lati-l
tti- by art of .OiKii.l t. I"''-'. W llllain Vln
rcni.of S.n Pine I r.'.'k. I'l'M m y i t Ijikc nli;
of ori'iroii. Ii I :u iIkv hl l in Him oitu-i In
and ! MMorti iitnit'iiii-nl No I '. lor 1 1 1 - m Iimm of
i I lie MW ' , ' ' , oi ni'i- .-.o iji ii r r, , in.
I mnt w fit offi-r priNif In fctom llmt ttit ltnl
mhjkIiI ii mort' viituHiili' for im 1 1 tulM-r or fcioiu
ttmn for iiKf i''iilurl i.tiriHtKi'n. aiol lo tt.tal.
Imh hi i Ihiiii ! mi lainl hrfori' tin- H.'Kinti r
Hii'l K'1-rtii-r at Ijik.-vli'vi , or.'Koti, on Tio-Kilay
la" lotli iln of Man li l'W. He iianiia aa wit
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Cri'i-k. ori'.'on- Anyanlall rtTM4in rlalm
I iiif ailiTl tin' Ihhc -Ifx i lamU ar.- ri-iiH-.t'il
to flli (heir - 1m I hi a i i thi oltU'i- on or
Ix fore aalil loth ilav of Man h, l'"ul,
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I'llili il Alali a l.all'l onin', l.aki't irw, Ori'k'oll
Novi'inl.iT .'I. Tici Nollr.' in hi-r-hy Klvt-n
tl:at ill rompllHtl" u Ith t)o rovMoli of Mir
ac t oi niinr. . of J uiif :i. i nililid 'An
net ir ill. -all of ttmlH-r laiiiln in llir suti'.
of California, on'coii. Ni.va1a ami Walinnfii.ti
! I. iriiory." a ixtill'liil to all I In- I'n l hi- I ami
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; of WanuT I aki'. i oiinly of jkr. ilitlrinr l.-rrl-
WHS t la llsact I tor )..f Or'K'in. Iia llil ilal Hi. .1 In thl- i.ftii..
! I.i-i,i.rn tati-nii'iil No luc: for llo i.urrliiiu.
I lids for wood wen opened, and 1 o' t'.- -w k . s.- ii. '. nk, s.-,. l-i i , iu
for tin fin nr.. Tlo, L..;,.,. . ,f ,, ,w.,.. ! ;. ItJiK. M.. anil ulll offi-r iiroof lo liow
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Tlioiiin Ki rroa ami I . II. Waki lii lil of Warm r
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I n if a'lMT.i'ly li.. nlH,vi -.. .rrll.-il laml, ar
num. l.il in CI.. I li.'lr clul in. In Ihi. olliii. on
or lii'lori- ai en Ii ilny of Ai.rll. l'n.
l-i 41 K. M. MltA ITMN Hi irl.t.T. '
coinings, and will make no promises
At the regular meet iug of t he coun
cil Tuesday night the usual business
! af allow ing bills, ct
See Me !
'iiK'.ii',",!:Mrii'iiiV' Ii''i:' f
pais-r is like l.fe itsi'lf-a tu.-re j ,,,,, 1lW(.st M K,v,,11 ,,. ,..
game of chan.-iand we know iiot:trm.t , , , flinllHh : cuds of I fool
what day or hour we will pass ontoj W1M(( at $, ,.,.,.,,,, , ,. v.-io.l
that long and silent resting place. 1 1(V Nuv M(
Wef.-el grateful for our existencej "Tiu. ,.(.j,ort ma.le by ieo. II. Acres
today, and hope there is a long and j ;1 s. vu-ker-oii. who were at.-
prosperous career for us. We know
our readers need no words of cheer
from us, iw they are all psosperous.
Institute at Pine Creek
Program of Teachers' Local Insti
tute to be lield at the school house
at New Pine Crk, Iike County,
Oregon, January 24th., l!fi:i. Exer
cises to ojien at 10 o'clock A. M.
Arithmetic in the Intermediate
tirades, W. H. KasU-r.
Keuding in the Intermnliate(irades,
Misi ( fillahan.
Child Study Miss Applcgate.
Analysis of sentences,... .1. O.. Willitf.
Teachers are requested to at tend
and the general public arejnvlted to
le present and Join in the discussion
of the subjects which are introduced
by the teachers.
Do not forget to bring your lunch
and attend the entire session.
I. Q. WIllitH,
pointed to exjM'rt the books of the
Town treasurer and recorder was
i read, and layed over until next meet
ing. The report shows the fallow
ing: Mi.D '7 received in general fund from
Not. 17, la7 to ltc. 1. 1K02 llS.V.I.i-o
sal. in Trean. hamU 61 '.'3
Received In Water and Light fund 1K.i7f 09
Hal. lo Treaa. hands 44.7U
f 'oat of Water A Klertrla Vght plant... 17,V.71
(JroM eariilnga of plant from June .",
1M01 to Dec. 2, K 4.15 H4
Coat of operatinir name period .ri,vtj-i :t:i
The above Cont liicludea eiptami'M of repair
ing engine, ami flxinnwell etc.
Internal ou the 110,000 bond imiued by
the Town have been paid to sept. 1
19n2, amouathif to $ 1,U0.U0
Preai-nt Indebtedneaii, unpaid war
rant. 6,474 '.
i'rewut indi'ptedneM Bond lo.l 0 i.O-i
The report also says: "We lind
that, tin Oct. .'!rd, iHiW the Council
purchased a wind mill for ? III.'!. 17,
ami sold it at railroad terminus in
June, for We furl her lind
that the books of the Treasurer have
been kept accurately and correctly.
The books of the recorder have lieen
kept in a neat manner but t hey are
Incomplete as to detail.
SUble Will Close.
During the winter neawin or until
travel liegitiH In the prin(, I will clone
uiy ur.per stable, ojiiwHite the court
houae. The Oregon r eed Yard has aiso
been cloHtd for the eanielniuth of time.
W, K. Barry
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
Lela Boyd to Wed.
The engagement of Miss !'lu I5oyd
of I.nkevlew to Mr. (irey of Oak
land, Cal., has been announced.
The announcement wiw formerly
lUftde at a tea given by the jirospec
five groom's mother at 5.' SO Tenth
.St., Oakland, ou Dec. l-nd. Miss
ISoytl went to Oakland last Hcptcm-
iM-r In company with Miss Mae I
Miller, and there met her future hus-1
band. Mr. Oray Is a prominent!
hardware man of that city. i
We have a large assort
ment of Valises and
at the lowest prices.
If you wish to buy, we
can suit you.
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