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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1904)
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LAKE VIEW, OKEUON, JAN iS. 04.
In a lengthy editorial last week
the Chewaucn'i Post takes The Ex
aminer to task for giving a bit if
news In regard to tin trrinlnus ofj
the Columbia Southern at lVml, ami
claims that wo are knocking against
tlio Int crests of Lake county. Well,
Tin- Examiner has built a great !
many (paper) railroads during Its
24 years af exlstanee In Lake county,
but It never falls to give the news as
, i. .1 i. i i .i. . offer siieciul Inducements for thlsi
it hears It whether it Isfororngainst 1 I
much needed enterprise.
The following letter from a former
resilient of Luke vie will explain
An Opportunity Is Offered Lake
view to 5ccure a Creamery if
Cows Can be Furnished.
Several years ago tin1 matter of es.
establishing a creamery In Lnkevlctv
was agitated at length, anil a gvn
tlemen who built the creamery at
Alturas ami other places, came to
Lakevlew ami Investigated (he pro
position to his en I satisfaction.
Hut at that time not cnoue.li nis.
tance was guaranteed him to Justi
fy t lit outlay. It Is only a question
ot time when such au Industry will
he established here and now Is Just
us good a time as a little later on.
It looks like another opportunity
was offered l.akevlew and It I Imped
the matter will be properly looked
Into by the citi.ensof Lakevlew, and
the interest of the ci.unty or any
The Examiner has always advoca
ted the extension of the Columbia
Southern to Iikevlew, does now,
and will continue to do so, until all
hope of Its coming Is gone, but as
for discourngeliig Its extension, we
deny the allegation. The Kxamirer
editor has interviewed Mr. Lyiie,
presldeut of the Columbia Soutliem,
on several different occasions, and
that gentleman has always talked
like he intended to come to Lake
view with his road. But our latest
information was from a gentleman
who is even closer to Mr. Harriman.
president of the Southern I'acitk
nystem. than Mr. Lytic. The South
ern Pacific system controls the field
covering Oregon. Every branch
road running toward Iike county
is a feeder of this gigantic system,
and whatever road Harriman fa vors j
is the one that will Ik extended. In
this caw, it seems that he has lent
his aid for the extension of the
Columbia Southern to Bend, and is
now turning his attention to the
old Oregon .Pacific, or some other
The Examiner has taken occasion
many times to call the attention of
Portland to slowness in reaching
out for Lake county's trade; a grow
ing trade that it has never had, and
may never get unless immediate con
certed action is not taken to pusli a
railroad in our direction.
No liro. Holder, The Examiner
will never be found knocking, but
always for the upbuilding of the
county and town in which it Is published.
why this article on the subject.
Eiutok Lakkvikw Examinkii:
lKarSir: There are some parties!
here that are looking for a location!
for a creamery. I gave them a rude
discriptlou of Lake vie ami its sur
roundings, and they think it would
Ik an all right place tor the business.
1 explained the mode of transporta
tion and the distance to the railroad
but they say that cuts no tlgure.
They would like to have the milk
df Iihni cows, but would start In
with half that number.
These men are both thorough
creamery men and cxiericnccd butter-makers.
1 will anxiously await an answer.
Very truly .vours,
W. II. Wkisnkk.
"phe first year In 8
years sees this
store head and shoul
tiers above all others
In this city. As an
evidence that we In
tend keeping that
position, you are in
vited to walk in and
see w hat we are of
ferine to benefit you
and your purse.
I I I
PitotiitEssivi: METiions and iion
ctt dealing these are the cardinal
points of successful merchandising,
ily always maintaining tliepoHlilou of lend
ers In t he community (he public has lenrned
to neepet t he men handlse at Halley & Mis
slnulll s as what Is ilciiiainlril by Usage, and
lightly, fur no article of ineill escapes onr
notice, but. Is llrst tobe shown over our
counters. Then again honest dealing and
perfect frankness win us friends and hold
them all as patrons. We neither d-cclve you
In our adveel Islng nor allow our alc pie
to do so at the counter. W'e give yoil full
value for your money, and though other
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lines of merchandise It Is one of the Incontro
vertible m Ims of our store t hat
'What Others Advertise, We Sell tor t.cnn'
r r .-.v vbj
' '1 '1 J - . k
Mllly I'm writing to Dony. Have
you any mesgage for her?
Tilly What! Writing to that horrid
creature! Well, give her uiy love.
May I don't like the Ot of this govm
ft all. I wonder how I could lmprov
Fay Let some other girl wear It,
Hall of Lakevlew Encampment, No.
Lake lew, Oregon, Jan- IS, PJ04.
To the Chief Patriarch, Officers ami
Memliers of Lakeview Encampment,
No. 18, I. O. O. F. Patrlarclis:
We your committee appointed to
draft suitable resolutions on the
death of our beloved Patriach, O. L.
Stanley, beg leave to submit the
Once more the ben ificie.it hand ciiief, I'.ertha Mcksrsor. and Francis
Zaftcvicw U3lob Scbool
TRaC Emirion, Cbltt CMtor
A new jrograin committee was
chosen by the new President Johnnie
JJovd as follows: Ilex Emerson
Avlragnete sub chiefs.
Tht" girls of the Prof's room seem
to have been keeping late hours as
the Prof, had to waken a few from
Providence, has removed from our
ranks a kind husband, an affectionate
father ami a worthy Patriarch In
the person of O. L. Stanley, who
died at Anderson, California, Jau-
unrv 2 l'.iol t their slumbers Tuesday morning.
Past Chief Pal rian-li Stanley was (iirls beware don't make leap year
a charter mcmU-r of this Encamp- exiyssive.
iueiit, hence has been a consistent i
J lie colliposil ions oi ine :i u grand
inemlsr of the Patriarchal family
for eighteen years.
about the C. S., silver dollar were
In his death we have lost a 1'atri-1 very good, ami the next subject will
arch that will be sincerely mourned ,()...A T.p Around the World, "to be
by all those who knew him best. , ., , , ., , ,
- i... iwl r I. it f.jil ii i. fiml l.rlil.'iv filler.
ii; iifL.u lunt (in uwiiifii ( iii Hi m I
am t he community a worthy citizen.
To the bereaved family of our de
ceased Patriarch we extend our
heartfelt sympathy. May He who
presides over that Kingdom not
inadii with hands, whisper words of
comfort in their ears.
A. Y. Ukai'ii
S. F. AllI-HTItO.M
J. W. TK KKIt
Attest: W. J. Mooiik, Kcrils.
The prize to be given by Mrs.
Loft us will be a gold medal for the
highest standing in the 7th, Mh and
!th grades at the end of the year.
Some committee will make out the
questions ami a committee chosen to
correct the manuscripts, of which
the. teachers will have no part In.
We hope, Mrs. Lofttis will have suc
cess In the good work.
.. AMI ..
ALL POINTS LAST
A I.I. POINTS sc M I II.
See that; your ticket reads via the ILLINOIS CEN
TKAL it. It. Thoroughly modern trains connect with
all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
If your friends are coining west let us know and wc
will (piote tliem direct the specially low rates now In
effect from all eastern points.
Any Information as to rates, routes, etc., cheerfully
given on application.
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