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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1905)
H. A. Deboy registered at the hotel
) Dick Drown wan on oar streets
)C B. Kooior came down from the
5 Wulter'Butler was here from Tine
reok Tuesday on business.
,,C. O. Reynolds, was up from Pine
Jfuek Tuesday, transacting business.
The paper trust Is under the ban
I Iloosevelt's widespread lnvestlga-
Roy Faxton was brought In from
o desert Tuesday seriously 111 with
'Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Watson have
ioved Into their new residence In
TThos. W. Johnson came down
r.-pm Tiilslpy Tuesday to be present
a! the present term of county court.
SV. S. Kd wards, who went to
Xobruska ubout two months ago on
a -Visit to his mother, returned on
Tuesday's Southern. Me was so
anxious to get home that he hired a
livery rig and driver to take htm
Isuiiie In the night.
trn.ve.l or Stolen. Heavy-set,
Mack mure, branded LI connected
oils' left shoulder, J 2 on right stifle.
Ssultable reward will be paid for
relnrti or Information as to where
abouts of said mare.
ll-tf A. I). Orkkn.
James McKee came over from the
T ranch last Saturday on his au
K&il visit to the county seat. Mr.
"."4Kee reports no snow In Warner,
i-Ml stock are looking well. He says
ihfre seems to be lots of snow In the
:n&untulnn between here aud Wur
io. Mr. MvKee returned home
"reil Weldey of Talsley who went
. -Madeline after a load of barb-wire
ro himself and W. K. McCormaek,
irrived here Monday on his return
iKflne. He suys the weather was
add at Madeline, being 12 degrees
clow zero when he was there. Mr.
v'ldey Is thinking of fencing his
-niii h nt Abert Lake. 1
punier valley was pret ty well rep
tiiited In Lakevlew first of the
(U. John (!oggburn, Jas. McKee,
i4 Jones. J. K. lioone, W. K. Harry,
l:MT,v Roberts, W. P. Overton, L.
). I I'rakes, ('lny Rambo, Geo.
iiajipln, . T. A. Crump, ('. W.
K'ttt and 1'Iioinus AtnlcrHou.
verc all here. We understand that
uof L of them caiuu here to put lu
l l.ld in some of the swamp land to
o sold, lying east of I'lush.
'i'Aiesdaj- evening wheu the electric
; hts were turued on, the new sy.s-
ndjof wiring being lu operation,
liff-o was the greatest rushlug
:!-iud one ever saw. Those who
u.'J not changed their old lamps for
Lkunew ones saw their lights bum
IJllke a Hash and lu many cases
li-jfuse burned out. The voltage
p-i too strong for the old style
yis, and the town had provided
ones and notified the people to
l. ijigo. Lakevlew can .boast of as
1 a lighting system now as any
ii in any country.
1 i! eview Mas an Assav Office.
Ay res has on unsay oflice 111
view, which will be much to
eon venlence of parlies having
o test. Mr. Ay res iindentai:d
(business, and returns obtained
iiu can be relied upon. Of late
to has been considerable pros-
ling going on lu tbe county and
rock was sent away to be tested.
. cost of sending tbe rock away
having It assayed and tbe uha
Juuied was so great that many
Hid not bother to send it, .ud
have thrown away' some very
Proceeds of Council Meeting.
At the regular meeting of the City
Council Tuesday evening at the City
Hall the following proceedings were
Roll called and following were
present: W. P. Herjford, Mayor;
Harry Bailey and D. P.1 Malloy,
councllmen; W. B. Snider, Recorder;
A. Bleber, Treas.; V. L. Snelllrig and
J. W. Tucker, councllmen, absent.
A license to sell liquors for 3 months
from Jan. 1. 1905, was Issnedto Ay res
Bills allowed for town lights and
other small bills.
Introduced by Harry Bailey.
Resoi.vkd: That the rate of tax
ation levied upon the property of
the Town of Lakevlew, Oregon, for
the tax of 1954, for general town pur
poses be three (8) mills upon each
dollar of valuation of such property
according to the assessed valuation
af said property for the year 1904.
Be It further Resolved: That a
special tax be levied upon the prop
erty of the Town of Lakevlew, Ore
gon, for the purpose of paying the
interest on the bonded Indebtedness
of said town. It Is hereby ordered
that a special tax of three (3) mills
lie and is hereby levied upon each
dollar of valuation of such property
according to the assessed valuation
of said property for the year 1904.
It Is further ordered that a road
poll tux of three dollars lie and Is
hereby levied on all male inhabitants
of the Town of Lakevlew, Oregon,
and subject to such tax by the laws
of the State of Oregon.
Moved by Harry Bailey, seconded
by I). 1. Malloy that the foregoing
resolution tie adopted.
The roll being called, npon the
adoption of the foregoing resolution
the following yote was recorded.
Ayes, Harry Bailey and Dan P.
The Mayor announced the Resolu
tion carried. '
Store Being loved.
The Ahlstrom Bros, owners of the
well known "Monogram," are mov
ing from their old stand between the
Reynolds & Wlngfield store and the
Whortou & Lane saloou, into the J.
1 rankl building on the corner north
of the Bank of Lakevlew. The
Frank! building has been vacant
since the Ay res & Whitworth stock
was sold to the Mercantile Co., lust
spring. The boys realize that they
e leaving a good stiind, but are
also aware that they made it what
it Is and they believe their old cus
tomers will hunt them up wherever
they go. The new location Is also a
Mail Changed Again,
Another change has been made lu
the mall schedule. . Begglnlug last
Tuesday the Bend stage leaves Prine
vllle on arrlvul of the Shanlko stuge
but not later than 3 p. in. and gets
through to Silver Lake lu 110 hours.
The down stuge reaches this point
now at nildmgbt and leaves for
Priuevllle at 5 a. in. The up stage
reaches here anywhere from C to 10
o'clock and pr x-eeds' south soon as
thq mall la uLaujc2. Eoii.1 Eulletiu.
Losing your hair? Coming
out by tk; combful? And g
doing nothing? No seiue in
that! Why don't yt.- cv; ?
Ayer's It air Viuor c n d 'r
promptly stop the falling?
Your hair will begin to grow
too, find nil dandruff will cli.s-
orrenr fmilt vim rfflfin-
1 Klv cviii'i'l nnviliino ht-fter?
" Tr'i Mull Vlr ia it gruui m nii
tnm My hiur wh IhIIIiik "lit "try Ixully, lint
lh llmr 'Ii;iii muiiul It himI li'iw my Imiii' ii.
II riyhl." V. V. laiurtlioa l.tinlauy, f.il "
I M a Uottlii. j c. avkii i ii.
All ilruixl.U I-.ih-ii. I'-i.-l
vi ill i. ii ' ll.'t
Eagles Installed. .
The Eale txdge held their Install
ation Tuesday evening, and after
the routine work was completed a
grand banquet was served at the
Hotel. Their motto was "eat drink
and be merry, for to-morrow there
Win be no banquet." '" ". '
Tbe following officers went Install
ed: Gus Schlagel, not present was
made P. W.P. by virtue of having re
tired from the office of W. P.; W.P.
J. S. Lane; W. V. P., A. W. Manrlng
V. Cta., E. R. Patch; W. Sec., Wm.
Wagner; W. Treas., W. R. Steele; 0.
0., 3. Partin; I. G.,V. Sllva; W. Con.',
L. Brautlacht; W. Phys., E. II. Smith;
Trustees: A, A. Graham, Geo. B.
Whorton, A. j. Smith.
The banquet was A high-class
affair, aud Light & Harrow did them
selves proud. Each member was
entitled to Invite a iady friend, and
60 plates were turned.
Bought from the Republican.
Amon Leanord was In Alturas
Saturday from Davis Creek. , ,
Elbert Vernon and wife of Lake
City were visiting frleuds In Alturas
Ed. Holler moved about 100 head
of cattle from Cedarv'.lle to Likely
last Saturday for Geo. Hapgood.
In a private letter received from
Lake City we learn that J. P. Toney
Is seriously 111 at that place, having
been unconscious for several days.
Rufus Stout and Mr. Frakes of
Bid well stopped here Saturday night
on their way home from the railroad
where they have lieen with a bunch
of beef cattle belonging to Dan
Lands Thrown Open.
About 224.000 acres of the Cascade
Mountain lands lying on the West
side of the mountain temporarily
withdrawn In 1903 for forest purpo
ses, was recently threw n open to
settlement, and after 90 days notice
can be located. The lands lie in
townships 1 to 30 mostly In range 1
Lake county is patiently awaiting
a similar action on the temporary
reserve lu this county. The lands!
withheld in this county are priucl-!
pally agricultural aud none of them !
sutllcleutly timbered to be of any!
value lu a forest reserve fur any pur- j
pose. J lie department is holding'
back the development of one of the
richest counties iu Oregon by keep.
ng these lands tleiruii in a reserve.
' His Bargain In Postage Stamps.
"Do vou make any reduction in
price Then you Bell postage stamps
in quantity?" inquired the funny
man who frequently bothered the
"As you are a conbtant customer
and the hour is late," said the drug
gist, "I will let you have the entira
stock of two cent stamps I have oa
hand for a cent and a quarter. I
happen to have just thirteen."
"All right; I'll take them," said
the funny man, who 6cented a bar.
The druHst hanoH hrm the thir
teen two cent stamps and took full
pay for them out of a five dollar bill
which the wise funny man tendered,
saying that a cent and a quarter
amounted to just' 2G cents.
Some signs He "No trouble to show
poods," for Instance. j
Good udviee usually says that every
thing you do lu wrong.
Vou emi't toll by a man's hand fehnUa
how murli he thinks of you.
The man who says lie will give bin
lust dollur to a friend seldom bus a
cent. . j
Every one who thinks he U unluctjr
euu find something happeulng every
day to prove It.
. Land Scrip for Sale.
ForeBt IteHerve Scrip for securing
title tu tlinlieiril or agricultural
land for nule it loweut market prla.
H. M. Hamilton, The Portland, Port
land. Oregon. 4(1-5
Bean th ) h" You Ham Always Bought
a Spring: is Come arid Gone s 1
constantly on hand, a., complete stock of
Hardware, Wagons, Buggies and Farm
Implements . of
. . . . .
strict attention to ousincss, ana square
dealing to merit a continuance of your
nfitrnnnp-fv . .
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ERECTED IN 1 900
SEpoLffiow LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
1 BEALUS DRUG STORE $m
LEE BEALL, Proprietor
We have constantly on hand a Fine and Complete Stock
of Druge, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
Notions, Cigars, Etc., Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
F. E. HARRIS. E. N. JAQU1SH
V HARRIS & JAQUISH
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
Full and complete stock of
Everything in the line of
V JUST OPENED. GOODS AR.
RIVING ALL THE TIME.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES Jfc
?iiofj5i-.-- Bailej' & Mass infill
. .. . . . " r I
1 The Palace
I .....Now Under New Management,...,
' ELI, Proprietor.
GOOD MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Having purchased the Palace Restaurant. I intend ft!
to guarantee the
Hksl NAIIONAL BANK
and we are under renewed obligations to
our many sriends for their liberal patron- fjr
aire. We have in stock and expect to keep V
all kinds, and hope by
. 1 . T
J. E, Bernard & Son.
Snider Building on Water St.
...LAKEVIEW, OREGON... V
INSPFCTOUR MAnMOTM STOCK OP .
: .... I
begt ol satistaction.
BRFAD AND PASTRY
ALWAV ON HANU.,