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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1904)
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,ihI A Kind's (minor) in the moHt pop
utnr ri'nort in J-lttvinw. 28
OJ! jit. the poHL ollleo book Hturc
for till kiwi of litem tun-, nnl die
tloiuirlcH at low price. 2-tf
! II. roirncllo returned hint Fri
day Iroin one of hlH trip on the road
eellluK km1h. lie will remain here
uutll after the holiday. Altunm
Look at the dtiKcnptioni of the land
liHtml with The Ewuulner this week for
mI, and select your piece before it ha
been sold to aorue one e'en. tf
We have some valuable land for sale
cheap. It roust be sold, and can be had
at a fi(ure that makes it a good invest
tout. Write the Examiner. tf
Dean Duke, cattle buyer for Miller
Lux, wan in thin aectlon fur n
couple of weeka, but failed to pick up
any rattle suitable to hU purpose.
Alturaa New Fra.
The memt complete Job atock off of
the railroad la to be fuuud at The
Examiner office. Flint-clan work
alayn. at reasonable price. tf.
There are several more caaeH of
dyphtherla reported at Lookout,
and another death. Thht In the third
death during the pant two weeka.
All ii rati New Era. ,
l.Hiid for scle. The went half 6f Hec.
2ti, i p. Hf) H., 11.20 E. The land joins
Trunk I'uke's place 6 miles su'ith of
Luki-view, Thin is a Hiiup. Write The
Carolina L. C). KniiHotne of WumIi
liiKion Ih the llrnt woman from
whom thel'iiited Stuten government
pui-i'liiiMed a imlntliig for the nlln
or I lie Capital.
Nov.'Ih by populnr uutlmrtt, dic
tionaries, heavy literature, iiwik
iixineM and all kliule of rending mat
ter at tie book ftore In the pout
lr. Hubert Kueli in to be relieved
of iiU poat of director of the IiiKti-
tuteor Infectious Diseases hi Hetlln, ,
and be has been granted a retiring
Post A King have the bent line of ii
Kttrs 'in Lakeview. Their liquors are
pure and wholesome, and their pluce is
conducted on the moat modm plan. 28
We have a full set of Mysell-Kolllus
& Co'h., samples of Stock iVrtlflcate
and bonds, with price list. If you
am organizing a H.oe.k company get
our prices on stock certincates. u
J. V. Sapper, our old time boot
and shoe maker, who has been absent
from this place for several years
past, dropped into Alturas from Nev
ada the first of the week. Alturas
Spencer Trumbo last weok sold 130
head of cattle to J. C. Urown of Hon
ey Lake, Lassen County. We did
not heur the price only that It was
very satisfactory. Alturas New
Era. Captalu Hugh Young of the
Anchor liner Furnessla is now on
bis way home to Glasgow with his
ship. On arriving he will retire from
the service, having been with the
company for till yeiira.
We are now prepared to e!l several
ImeU of html et priees Unit will sUrtlo j
yon, especially if '" r" "'"luaiuLnl
with the location. W'e have lund all the
way from 1.50 per acre up to 15; un
improve;! or improved, t" suit
purchuser. Lake Comity Examiner.
Cincinnati lias furnished more
bishops for tha Methou st Episcopal
church than any other rlty In the
United States. The lUt contains IT
nuu.i, asfollowa: Morris, Hamllue,
Sltnnson. Clark. .Thompson, Kiugs-
! , H..tr Merrll Nludo
. j' outer, Wiley, Merrli, XNiuue,
" ' n, Joyce, Cranston, Moor,
! " iti ami Hnrlxell.
AM 01 R OtADRRS
A .residence for nale cheap. One
acre M ground, bourn', barn and ont
bulldgs; has city water,, and Is a
desirable place to live. Enquire at
The Examiner office. 20 tf
For tlie first time since the days of
Lincoln United States consul Abra
ham E. Smith at Victoria., B. C, did
not go homo to Illinois to vote.
This year the state department has
decided that all American consuls
statloued at Pacific seaports must
remain at their posts.
The Examiner has for sale one of
the Isjst stock ranches In Lakecounty
on very reasonable terms (MK) acres,
jl.11 fenced, and well watered. This Is
a great bargain and will not remain
long unsold. We also have a docen
other ranches and farms to dispose
of. If you have any land or prop
erty to sell, list It with the Exam
iner. Send in description and we
will sell It for you. 38tf
The official count of the votes in
Modoc gives the Hepubllcan electors
5.111, Democratic electors 440, Social
ists 18, Prohibitionists 16, making a
total of 1,032 votes cast in the county
and going Republican a majority of
04. As a matter of fact a large num-
lier of voters failed to register or
vote lu the county. In this precinct
alone about 4.' Democrats aud 20
Uebublicnn failed to register or vote.
Two years hence a full vote wlll.be
polled. (.'edarvllle llecord.
The Examiner has an 8 acre tract
of land for sale at a bargain; the
land Ik'H in a body in the northern
part of Lakeview, and is now set
to clover and timothy, and yields
20 tons of hay a year, leaving a val
uable pasture. The hny sells at
the top price in Lakeview. The
tract Is a desirable one, either to re
tain In one piece or to cut up into
lots for residences. Anyone desiring
to build a lioine in Lakeview will do
well to Investigate this proposi
tion. 20 tf
Electrical experts are at work
upon an "xtremcly novel feature for
the opeulng exercises of the Lewis
and Clark Centennial Exposition on
June 1, next. The scheme Is to have
President Jtoosevelt, at Washington
touch a few keys and set lu motloL
the chimes in the towers of the Gov
ernment Xtulldlng at the Exposition,
The chimes, 300 feet above the water
will play "My Country 'Tis of Thee."
The sound will carry a great dis
tance owlug to the fact that the
Government liulldlug is located on a
Hulusula in Guild's Lake, half uimlle
from the mainland. Arrangemeuts
have already been made to have
President Koosevelt touch a button
that will set in motion the machinery
for the Western World's Fair, aud It
Is thought there will be no difficulty
In arranging for the additional
feature of the chimes.
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