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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1903)
LAKE COUNTY fiXAMINLK, LAKUVlliW ORGOON, NOV. 26 , 1903
Bieber's Cash Store Hotel Building
TUKcvicw Ibiol) School
KaU Xdoot'cock, CM!r
Hnfc a Xtttlc of tbc rcoetno
Bieber'5 Cash Store will Furnish you
the Dressing. We are prepared for the occas
ion. What you get here you may depend
upon, and we save you money on every Dollar
you spend here.
Warrens Pine Apple,
Tlum Tuddings, 20 c ea. 3 cans
Asparagus Fancj' Tips, special can
Cranberry Sauce, 35 c ea. 3 cans
Queen Olives, choice selection, bottle
Sweet Pickles, (pi,ne3r) special bottle
Shrimps, large selected can
Clams, (little neck) choice can
Fresh Crab or Lobsters can
Sugar Peas, select 3 cans
Farrens String Ueans choice 3 cans
Duffs Molasses full quarts
Erie Peas - - Stringless Beans Fancy Sugar Corn
The Best In the Market, per can 25 cents.
3 ib. Jar Choice Mince
While we are Saving you Money on your
Grocery Bill we will save you Money on Every
thing else ou buy here.
Premium Crockery Coupon Free
Bieber's Cash Store
Bring In your old heating stoves
and have new linings put in them
and made good as new. J. E. Ber
nard & Son. 42 tf
I am prepared to do sewing at my
residence at reasonable prices.
45-2 Mits. M. A. Stkh'I.in.
Fresh hams, lard and bacon at
the Lakeview meat market. 45-tf
AYRES & WHIT WORTH STOCK
All Goods must be turned into Honey as soon as possible.
NO PROFIT CONSIDERED
Tobacco, Gioceries, Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Crockery, Tinware,
Agateware, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc.
Extra Heavy Overalls, 05c
$3.00 Pants, $150
$15.00 Suits, $3.50
All wool Mackinaw Coats, $2.00
$1.50 Hhirts 75c
f $.50 Hats, $2.00
$2.50 Hats, $1.50
$2.00 Hats, $1.00
Thread, 50c doz
8 & W Canned Goods at greatly
numerous to mention, will be sold regardless of cost.
Store Fixtures for sale cheap, Safe, Reming
ton Typewriter No. G, New National Cash
Register, Show Cases, Etc.
Buy now and save
35 c ea. 3 cans $1.00
Meat for 75 cents
with each 25c Cash Purchuse
The Examiner has for sale one of
the best stock ranches in Lukecounty
on very reasonable terms 000 acres,
all fenced, and well Watered. This is
a great bargain and will not remain
long unsold. We also have a dozen
other ranches and farms to dispose
of. If you have any land or projter
erty to sell, list It with the Exam
iner. Send In description and we
will sell it for you. 3tf
fctar Tobacco, 45c lb plug
All Evaporated Fruits, 81b $1.00
Prunes 12 lbs $1.00
Best Bacon, 15c lb
Best Guardian corn $3 a case, 2 don
Java and Mocha Coffee, 20c lb
Agate and Tinware, half price
$4.00 Shoes, $2.75
Lace and Embroidery half price
reduced prices. All other goods too
money, don't wait.
H. S. ADELSTIEN Hanager.
The Professor has recovered from
the shock of correcting examination
pacr and now goes 'ut hit
duties an usual, only In a more de-
Two days vacation thin week.
The boxing contests an Isromlng
very Interesting lu the 1 1 IrIi School
We are all puckering up onr
mouths for Thanksgiving.
George I toss nml Professor had a
twisting match hint wwl.
1'rofeiwor read im nonie very Inter
esting nhort stories Tuesday after
Itcssle Wine, Maud Koss, Clarence
Snider and Kay Emerson are absent
from nchool thin week.
The president of the High School
Llteraary Society appointed three
girls to Helect colorn for the noclcty
they used very good tante by bring
ing an nnnortnient of lcnutlful col
on for the Sock-ty to decide upon.
The girls formed a monopofy among
themselves and tried to run thlugn
their way, but the boys showing
their better judgement nelected two
benutlful colorn and consequently
"red and green" waves over the
High School Literary Sclety.
Ex-Congressman Moody, who wan
being tried on an Indictment return
ed by the Federal tirand Jury, charg
ing him with wrongfully securing
and withholding a letter nddrensed
to Mm. Marguret Conroy, which wan
alleged to have contained a receipt
from the Controller of the Treasury
for a final dividend from the defunct
Dalles National Bauk. of which
Moody wan president, wanacqultted
on the ISth.
Judge Bellinger Interrupted the
argument of District Attorney Wood
with the statement that the pros
ecution wan proceeding on grounds
too far fetched to warrant a verdict
against the defendant. The Court
Instructed one of Moody's attorneys
! to write out the order of dismissal.
and after the document had Is-en
signed by the foreman of the Jury
the defendant left the court room.
Statements that political motives
were the foundation of the indict
ments against Mr. Moody were dis
pelled during the trial of the caw.
He took the stand lu his own behalf
and went into detail regarding the
affairs of The Dalles National bauk,
of his dealings with Mrs. Conroy,
the prosecuting witness, ami of the
commercial strife that has existed
Itetwteu the Moodys and the French
family of The Dalles since IMil.
Small Beef Trust.
If the cattle-raisers In the Interior
of Oregon can get better prices for
their stock through a small beef
trust, it is part of their business to
organize and hold their stock over.
Woolmen have been lsjneflted by
pooling their wool and cattlemen
will reap the same blessing from the
same practice. The fact Is there Is
not half enough co-operation among
producers. The producer stands
alone and the buyers, packers, commission-houses
and railroads do all
the cooperating and reap all the
profits. The low prioo of cattle on
foot this Winter has not affected the
price of meet to the consumer In the
cities. No matter whether live beef
Is up or down the worklngman must
1 pay all he has left for meat, so the
cattlemen's trust will certainly help
the memlMjrs and will not materially
Injure thecommunity. East Oregon
Ian. Oregon Dully Journul, a Pemocratlo
dally newtipuper, eight to 20 pugei, M a
your; fi for nix month. The Journal la
a newHpaper. Hend In your subscription,
tntereut your neighbor In The Journal.
Addreaa The Journal, Cox 121, Portland
riillllp Barry In over from Flush.
Only four weckn until Christmas.
Phillip Lynch In In from Warner.
Mm. Dr. Ht el iter has Invn quite III
for the pant week.
Geo. 11. Stevens wan In from the
XL ranch thin week.
K. M. Brattafn ami W. K. Harry
visited Plush Monday.
Eat your turkey dinner at Hotel
Winter caps, scarfs and gloves at
Ahlntrom llros.' Monogram. 47
Our lino of air tight heatem are
warm ones. Ahlntrom llros. 47
Mm. Dr. E. II. Smith ban Is-eii
dangerously III for the pant few
Iridic and chlldren'n leggings all
klndn at the Monogram. Ahlntrom
Cashier F. M. Miller returned Fri
day from a visit to his family at
Paul J. Brattaln was down from
his Chewaucan ranch several days
County Clerk Maiirlng has been
sojourning on bin Warner ranch the
(Sentn, for a fine suit of clothes for
Xmancallat the Monogram. Ahl
ntrom Bros. 47
C. II. Keleh of Lovchnk. New, wan
lit I.avevlew Saturday, a guest at
It. A. Bradley of Adel, wan lu
Iikevlew Monday making proof on
tils homestead. I
The Cuban reciprocity treaty pann
ed the House on the lDth by a rising
vote of :CL1 to 21.
Mr. and Mm. Ilosn Anderson have
gone to housekeeping lu the F. M.
A boy won born to the wife of S.
. D. Porter of Silver Lake, In I Jike-
Duck and goose hunters were lu
their glory last week, during the
rainy jH-rlod and game was plentiful.
City llccorder Warner Snider has
ls-eu confined to his room for the
past week by an attack of rheuma
tism. Stanley Mclaughlin came up from
New PincCrcek Monday. Hereports
considerable sickness In his neighbor
hood. Geo. I. Lovcgrove and L. II.
Strlcklln were In Lakeview several
days the past week from the X
ranch in Chewaucan.
W. T. York has been recommended
by the Oregon delegation at Wash
ington for postmaster at Med ford,
to succeed Geo. T. Meriimau.
Hew J. B. Stark will hold servk-es
at the Union schoolliouse on Sunday,
Nor. 29, both morning and evening;
morning 11 a. in., evening, 7 p. m.
A Thanksgiving sermon will be
preached today at the M. E. church
by Iter. J. B. Stark, at the hour of,pmr of on.K(m, wm Vjt Grant
IOiUO. The public In cordially in
A. B. Schroder returned Tuesduy
from Lakeview where ho had been
after a bunch of thoroughbred bucks,
says the Silver Lake Oregonlan.
Gus reports having been In all of the
recent storm and still thinks the
sheep business the best there Is.
Levi Strauss 6 Cos
The Iwtkevlew School will observe?
Thanksgiving today nn a National
holiday. Tomorrow will 1st vaca
Walter lVnt wan over from hi
Adel ranch Monday, lie report a
deluge of water III Warner, and that
mep Creek In booming.
Mm. M. P. Dodsou wan a passen
ger out lie Western stage Saturday
from Sumpter, Oregon. She comes
on a visit to Is-r daughter M rn. A. Y.
J. T. Metxker was over from his
Camas Prairie sawmill Monday. Jim
says he has Jnsl completed planing
lumls'r for this year, ami ban closed
the mill down.
I. N. Convcme and wife of New
Pine Creek were trading u I.akevlew
Tuesday. Mr. C. says If the good
weather rontluuess, many (loom
Inke fanners will commence plow
ing. Chan. Tonnlngnrn and family have
moved out to the A. II. Hammemley
plow across the slash. Mr. and
Mm. C. II. Duulap will occupy the
Toiintugscu residence during the
Abundance of rail In reported front
all parts of the country, and every
body seems to In happy, unless,
possibly the poor atage driver.
Hountlful crops of all kinds an as
sured for next year.
Mm. Anna Hums, who went from
Iwtkevlew to Portland some weeks
ago to rent a loiigiug House, re
turned to Drews valley last Satur
day, having failed to meet with
success lu the busy metropolis.
Pert Snider Is lit town this week
from the desert. The recent snow
and rain Itcrt says was a Godsend
to the sheepmen. The ground In
well soaked and there Is water every
where. The grans In growing and
the sheep are doing their part.
F. M. Taylor and Win Hough re
turned Saturday from Prlnevllle
where they had went for their win
ter supply of Hour. They report
plenty of snow along the lieschutcs
and that the roads are lu a heavy
condition. Silver Lake Orcgonlnn.
S. J. Vernon, who In now a resi
dent of Surprise valley, was lu Lake
view on business Saturday. He re
ports a very hea vy and unpreceden
ted rain storm over then last week.
The big lake which ban Is-cn dry
for several yearn, Is now filling np
W. . Moss drove .Vi head of fine
blooded mares from the Chewaucan
to W. A. Wheeler's place south of
Lakeview where they will lie fed.
The mares will average 1.100 pounds,
ami Bill will drive and ship them to
San Francisco In carload lots as
soon an the weather will jn-rmlt.
Eminent Grand Commander Geo.
II. Hill and other officers of the
Grand' Commandery, Knights Tem-
Pass, Nov. 30th aud December lst
to deliver to the newly organised
Mellta Commandery of that city Its
charter, and the occasion will be one
of considerable note In Masonic
circles. The Knights of Malta Com
mandery of Ashland aud their ladles
have Ist'ii Invited to be In attendance.