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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1904)
Mr. Walter Dyer arrl red Tuesday
evening from Aurora, HI.,
We learn that EM on Woodcock
ao! wife will upend the Winter In
Tea Gardin Drips $1.25 a
Ion at UiDer Uin More.
II. H. Hahn, the Singer sewing
innrhlne man of Cedarvllle, U here
K. C. Ahlstrorn made a huslnese
trip to Paisley last week, returning
Fd. Hond of Warner r&lley ai In
town after supplies last week. He
returned home Sunday.
H. C. Wbltworth arrlTed In Lake
view on Tuesday morning's Western
stage, after an absence of more than
Milton Brown, an old resident of
Lake county, died at Silver Lake 01.
Saturday, the 19th. Mr. Brown was
about 10 years old.
Nan Patterson, the accused mur
dorvr of Caesar Young now on trial
in New York, Is besieged with let
ters from admirer of ber recent
notoriety, who hh to marry her.
- Mr. E. &1. Brown of Lakevlew,
started for Sacramento yesterday
morning, to be by the side of ber sis
ter, Mrs. Walter Duke, who la not
expected to IlTe many more days.
Wni. BurguD was up from hie farm
below Pine Creek last Friday. He
reported things quiet in his section
of country. Mr. Burgun made The
Examiner office a pleasant call while
Frank Tart on, the hustling young
ubifpiuun, cutiie iu from Kheep Itock
Uit week, where he ban the Will
KoiiHtj hwp. Prank says unlet it
utoriiui very soon sheep 011 the tlc--est
will suffer fr water.
Buy a New Connecticut Pood
chopper a combined Meat Chopper
I:ood Chopper and Nut Butter
mil. They are simple Durable
snd Strong and cot only $j.00
.at iiieber's Cash Store-
1 . M. Given returned from Califor
nia Tuesday, where he went with
a bunch of horws, which he sold for
a tuir price. Felix says good horse
flud ready sale In the California mar
ket, and bring good prices.
Ill Barnes, the New Flue Creek
miller writes from Richmond Califor
nia to have but Examiner sent to
bltn at that address for awhile. Mr.
Barnes will remain there several
tks on account of his wile's health.
The Eastern Star lodge bud a big
tt last Friday night, and from the
thicken bout thrown out at the
tbe rear of The Examiner office, the
adalr was an enjoyable one.
The tou boll Is about finished and
Recorder Snider and Marshall Whor
too will soon be located in new
- offices. Man 1 looking for some one
to dedicate tbe two new cells In the
r of tbe town boll.
Harper and wife and Dlek
Hartlorode passed through town
Hint of tbe week enroute to Darls
Owk on a rlslt with Mrs.' Harpers
Parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. HarUerode.
They will remain about a month Le
ctors returning V their borne at
Stock Examiner Bmltb returned
kt week from Klamath county.
bert be baa tee Inspecting cattle
loving to the railroad. Mr. Hmltb
U1 return to Klamath Foils shortly
d ezpecta to spend considerable
time there this winter.
W. R. Bond. h old salt man of
j I Earner, was la Lakeriew lat eat- ,
May, and tailed at The Examiner
offli to see the prees run. Mr. Bond
hiforoMMl us that be b4 leased bis
'rr ranch to hi nephew E. E.
fc'ud, for a term of two years, and
expert to spend these two years
k California for bU health.
Win. Dyketnan of Drews vnlley
was In town Monday.
It Is reported that big tlmlierdeals
In the Jenny Creek section, In Jack
son county, have been consummated.
Wm. Reed of the firm of Reed.Pclton
Ward, of Portland Is the purchoa
er, and the price paid range from
f 1600 to 14250 a claim.
Shoes! A better stock you can
not find than at Bieber's Cash
A. Stork ninnn, the cigar manufac
turer, has received a lot of fancy
cigar boxes which he will All with
his best make of smokers and put on
sale for Christmas presents. The
boxes are made expressly for Christ
mas present and hold 23 cigar.
Mrs. W. A. Wllshlre will go to
Portland; about the 10th of this
month to remain several weeks. Mr.
J. Norln will take her to the railroad
and he will be accompanied home by
Mrs. Norln, who has been at a
Portland hospital for some time for
Harvey Colvln, foreman In this
office, received a letter lost week
from his father, who went to Lincoln,
Calif., recently, seating that Thos.
W. Colvln, brother of 8. T. Colvln,
was seriously HI at that place. Mr.
Colvin's many friends In this county
will be pained to hear this sad news.
A later report, however, states that
be Is somewhat Improved.
KMlsfloo to Full stecIC, rool Voqacro
ot. Pries St st Btebsr's Cats Star.
The portion of tbe new bank build
ing reserved for occupancy by the
First Notional Bank of Lakevlew,
was finished Inside last Saturday
and tbe safe and bank fixtures were
moved to the new quarters. The
counter and desks are very beautiful,
lielng of solid oak and handsomely
decorated. We heard a business
man say that 110 bank In the city
wo more beautiful than this. Mr.
Cressler is very proud of his new
office, and wears a smile that is sure
to lirins hlin business.
Surprise valley Is experiencing
fjtiite a mining boom. Both the
quicksilver and the copier mines are
promising something for that val
ley's future. The quicksilver mines
are at Bald Mouutuiu, 10 miles east
of Bid well, and the copper mines are
about 6 miles south of Bid well, on
the mountain that separates this
valley from Surprise valley. It Is
said that the copper mines are very
promising, the ore being about 80
per cent, besides several dollars in
gold and sliver to the ton.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
Tbeaunual meeting of the stock
holders of The Ffrst National Bank
of Lakevlew will be held at It office
ut Water Street, In the town of Lake
vlw. County of I.ak and Stat of
Oregon, on January 10th 1905 at 10
o'clock lu the forenoon, for the elec
tion of director for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such
other buUnea as may properly
come before the meeting. ' '
8. O. Chess i,eh
- ; Cashier.
One dose of Aycr'i Cherry
Pectoral at bedtime prevents
sight couthi of children.
No croup. No bronchitis. A
doctor's medicine for sit
affections of the throat, bron
chial tubes, and lungs. Sold
for over 60 years..
I fcr m4 ktf CWtt fmrnl r
hBllilwauMrMn. rkmnmU of'
Avar's t tt.l - -
A MATTER OF HEALTH
OAS 10 SUBSTITUTE
A Chance for Speculators.
SCHOOL LAND. 280 acres of level
unimproved agricultural land for sale
cheap. Discription: SW, 8 of
NEtfand iNW of SE, Section 10,
Tp.,39 S., K. 19 E. W. M. This is a
desirable piece of land, located in Goose
Lake valley and will make some man a
ricrefords for Sale.
We offer for sale at a great sacrifice
tbe following full-blood Herefords,
grand animals and grand stock.
Armour Grove (Bull) No. 149560 calv
ed Mar 21, 1902. Sire' Mack No. 54165,
Dam Sara No. 104509.
Florence, (Cow) No. 127649 calved
May 16, 1901, Sire Lord Lytton No 67320.
Dam Flossie No. 44442.
Pearlena, (Cow) No. 137814 calved
Nov. 8, 1901. Sire Lord Lytton No.
67320, Dam Pearl No, 74063.
These animals were secured by ns at
the Meadow Brook Farm, Woodstock,
Illinois, and shipped in last year, and
would prove a great acquieion to any
We also have one Berkshire Boar of
the famous Lovejoy strain, also shipped
in from Illinois.
For terms and full particulars address
Baulev Improvement Co.
All ih tbms are hereby warned and
notified not to negotiate or pur
chase a certain Promissory Note
dated at Lakevlew, Oregon, on or
about the 3rd day of October. 7904,
for the Principal sum of $(100.00, pay
able on or before one year after date,
with interest on Bald Principal sum
at the rate of ten per cent., per an
num from date, gayable to the order
of Chas. Vinbocb, and executed and
signed by Warren C. Laird and
The signatures of said Laird and
Barry to said note were obtained
through fraud and the said Note was
executed without consideration.
Dated this 7th day of Novemlier,
45-48 Waiiken C. Laihu.
Land Scrip for Sale.
Forest lleserve eicrip for securing
title to timbered or agricultural
land for sale at lowest market prices.
II. M. Hamilton, The PortlAnd, Port-
land, Oregon. .
EnterUlned In the City.
Ban Fbancimco Caijk.
Mrs. M. A. Htrlplln and daughter
Mhte Orace,: were glfeo averyelabor
atedlncron ThaoksglTlng at tne
home of Mrs, Striplln't sister-in-law,
Mrs. 0. yf, Purstj at 2C12 Bush St.
Corers wore laid for 12 and tbe
menu consisted of:
MtUskU borrr hm
. MUSS HuHf
Mrs. BtrlpHn I greaUy liaproved
lu health and will shortly return to
Spring is Come and Gone g g
and we are under renewed obligations to
our many sriends for their liberal patron
age.' We have in stock and expect to keep
constantly on hand, a complete stock of
Hardware, Wagons, Buggies and Farm
Implements of all kinds, and hope by
strict attention to business, and square
dealing to merit 9 continuance of your
ERECTED IN 1900
otoharrow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
i '1 T) Z) 3l Si 'S5 SE . ci Si Si rSi Si S S Si
BEALL'S DRUG STORE I
LEB BEAU., Proprietor
We have constantly on
of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
fj Notions, Cigars, Etc., Etc. 1
i ' HARRIS
LAKEV1EW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything In the line of
X JUST nE?.-. th!?timr"
CALL AND i&B Olik 'STOCK AND uBT OUR FklCiid
t Before Buying
I General Merchandise
4 ift 3.
.....Now Under New Management
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GOOD MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Having purchased the Palace Restaurant I intend
to guarantee the best of satisfaction.
I ileal NAllONAl. BANK
J. E. Bernard & Son.
Ei S ol SE T El S) SEl S3 SKl .Hi Zl Bi Si El il .
hand a Fine and Complete Stock
Carefully Compounded if
R N lAniTISH
Snider Building on Water
MAHMOTH STOCK OP
Bailey & .-Massing!!!
Al WAVS on HANU.. W