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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1905)
A fine line ot np to date thorn at
AhMroiu P.rm. .
W. A. MasslnrfU returned Sunday
from hi wool buying trip.
Bailey & MasslnRlll are havlug the
Interior of their more painted.
Frank CiHik and Minn Ajfnea Baker
were married by W. n. Snider od
Tbc tK"t assortment ot hat la
Lakevk-w can t found at thr Abls
The Ahlstrora Brow, built a new
aide walk leading to tbelr store at
tb Fraukl corner.
A new paper utarUxl In Portland
ban N. Waldo Taylor for foreman
and C. M. Smytbe for devil."
The EsHinluer ha far the largest
iulwcriptlon list of liny uewspaiwr
In South -astern Oregon, thereforeitii
column an- more valuable to the ad
vertiser. If tlifre re mi Hi'ia) reasons why
jh-ii.1- etioul l trade with you. it is
IlkWythey w ill truilesotnew hereelfe.
H then- are mh Ii e'inl reason, buy
er mti t.i"l it '"t only asyotindvcr
tine the ( e t.
Jh;i:i:i 'I- la ivn to tie m er lie
wi'.i ! -iilniv Kusfl.i Into I 'hina sin uld
! h,!it neutral territory with a
luxury .eve. Phis must jirovuUe
iBlrr)'-r,i:i ly oilier nations the re
tmlt of w hii !i e.iuuut le foreseen.
( liurii v Arthur, one of lake coun
ty' irniH-riUH young sheeji tneii.
arrived lu re from his cheep ramps
on the desert first of the week, to
look Into tie- wool market with a
view to selling.
Spain, since the I ohm of her colonics
ha turned her attention to Im
provement III home conditions, and
inriht yearn we read of greater ad
vancement aloiiir these Hue than in
fifty iii uuiiii'fliateiy precediug Iht
war w ith the tiiited Staten.
Pave Filler wan In from the desert
firt of the week, and contracted hi
wool to I'.ailey & Masslnglll. Mr.
Kdler will rlu')ir aJ tout 110,000 pound
neit t-jiriny:. he lielug one of the
heaviest woolrower In the couuty.
The j.riie m a lC'i ceuta.
Mr, hi..! Mr. W. L. 'odia of Sil
ver Ijikv ;ire iii Lake view, Mr. Co
Uu l in under the care of a phy
idim for e;i larrh of the head. Mr.
dii!jw in a wriouM condition
bru tie leu hu home, but has Im
proved kiiis. coming here.
It J. s. Iiewey and wife are ex
Icteil here any day to make a few
wwU vixit to J.akeview friends and
"lativif. The l)r., we understand,
il! toint.il. e tuinena with pleasure
l.ukeview. They will be
h-onicd by the people of
The United State Senate haspaaa
ed a bill tranfertinfr control of
forent rcacrve from the Interior Ie.
partment to the Hrpartment of
' Henry Newell, who ha lieen In
Portland all winter on the Grand
Jury, write The Examiner under
date of Jan. IS, stating that he will
tart home In a day or two. He
any he haa had a tedious time of It.
A. Ktorkmann, the cigar man, haa
Waned the Ixfftu residence, and will
more bis family there at one. The
family bare been occupying the rear
portion of the brick building in which
the cigar factory la located.
M. A. Striplin expected to start
yesterday for California. He will
vUlt hi daughter lu San Franchtco
and will go then to Toint Richmond,
and if that place suits him he will
send for his wife to meet him there
and they will locate permanently.
The Klamath Fall Express sent
tip a pitiful howl last week lecaune
tlie Kepublkan had the largest sub
scription lint and secured the county
printing. Thtv Express is a good
paper, but It is tiresome to any
one "chew the rag" when they are
defeated Iii a race.
The Coos l'.ay Harbor publishes a
pieture of the lilit house on (.'ape
Ariii.'o. The light housestnndsr.pou
j a roek upon which the ship I'.alti
i more went to pieces ."k yearn njco.
j The II arbor says the rock t gr.nl
! iialh- crumbling away, and a new
The raising of railroad freight
rates on apples from Oregon to Calif.,
potnts from 31 cents to 71 cents In
order to compel the purchiwe of Cal
Ifornla supply of this fruit In other
and more distant 'States, thus glv
ing the 'ftilronds the benefit or a
long haul, is but one of multiplied
thousands of the tyranical nets of
railroads, tlestructlve to commun
Happily the country Is now watch
Ing with deep Interest and In perfect
confidence, the battle between the
President and these oppressors of
the people, the Issue of which is
certain to teach railroads they exist
as servants of the people, and not
Senator Mitchell flakes Formal
In the senate chamber, on' Jan. 17,
Senator Mitchell of Oregon made
formal denial of all charges made
against him in Oregon land fraud
He denied that he had ever conspir
ed with Iilnger Hermann unlawfully
to order lands of the United States
to patent, or that he hail ever re
ceived at any time from convict
Puter $ 2.000 for any purpose.
ERECTED IN 1900
s. its. crmu&zt
SeoMow LIQHT & HARROW, Proprietors
BEALUS DRUG STORE WM
or yl .i" LAKEVIBW, OREUON.
LP.E BE ALL, Proprietor
;;5 We have constantly on band a Fine and Complete Stock fcM
'fM of Drugp, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Fancy
W,$ Notions, Cigars, FAc, Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
The women's temperance union j
induced the abolition of the army J
canteen, and now the women's Army
and Navy Tongue are moving to
have It rest ort-d. .
I : :
w iii have to le Liuiit I
intimates that, when
:i lUissi.i out of M.ni
' .:--ei-t lu.i i '., I .. i M
- i f i - i .,.v:. i ;.-
-Tuffy" Storkmann met with
quite an accident on the streets of
Ijikevlew last Sunday while exer
cising a race horse. The horse le
canie unmanageable and ran from
the liernard store to the liarnes
blacksudth shop, where "Tufty" was
thrown agulnst the side of the build
ing, receiving painful injuries. Upon
examination It was found that one
of ids rilis was broken.
Among those who have received
the highest award the Grand Prize
at St. Imis World's Fair, was the
A. J. Tower Co., the makers of the
FISH IJKANUSL1CKEKS. Mauyof
our readers who went to the Fair,
will recall their flue exhibit in which
waterproof garments were shown
adopted to so many uses that al
mowt every department of the world's
work was suggested. The Grand
Prize was a deserved tribute to one
jof the oldest manufacturing cou-
j cerns in the country.
IFratik llutchins, foremau on the
XL, horse ranch, was in town last
Thursday uud made this oflieea very
plcasentcall. Mr. Hutchius inform
ed us that he had been feeding about
PHJ head of mures up till the recent
thaw out. when the horses failed to
come to their Iced, finding plenty on
the range. Ho says the horses, both
those he has been feeding and those
that wintered on the range, are as
fat ns they were in the summer.
There be coi..-!' ! l-ev '
Santa Barbara county, Calif., Is ;
about to Ik? delluged with oil, by a
flow of 10,000 barrels a day from a
gusher, the flood having already ex
tended over six miles, and the oil
shows no diminution.
The Lakeview Mercantile Company
Bomths yltii fond Yo Haw Alwan Bought
Itu Lind Ym Hart Alwan
Petition for Liquor License.
We the undrMigned l;gal voters of
Pailey Precinct, Lake County, State of
Orepon, respectfully petition the Hon.
County Court of Lake County, State of
Oron, to grant a Licence to M. C.
Currier and G. W. Cboley to sell spirit
uous, Malt and Vinous Liquors in lees
nuenlliiei than one icalion In Paisley
Pi-Mciuct. I-ake Couuty. State of Oreiton, Sa
ior the period of six niontlis, . in duty j
Lakeview, Oregon 3
P. E. HARRIS.
E. N. JAQUISH
bound vie will ever pray
A I I-arrow
Alliert A. Moore
K (i Adams
A J Scott
S H Itanister
J H Wakefield
J S Kelttay
A J llainpton
H N Phelps
J 1 1 Karra
W W Hampton
J K Harper
K P Mat les
i' C Witliers
John N Long
J V Hunan
H T Stanley
(i W llanaii
A A Witham
J P Taylor
J A lrumm
L A M"Mt
A I t.'liriften
ll ! 1 1 1 ; I ! i i ! i
W ( ' t .1! 1 H
K C Stickel
B W Karrow I
(Jeo Conu I ?
Will J Sherlo-k
J A 1r-l)i,nalil
J K l'.aniKter i
( ieo 1 iruiiim 1 ftps
lnve Kitson I 7
Clias barctis V
S (iaylord i X
J J Misire ! f
HARRIS & JAQUISH
LAKEVIEW FURNITURE CO,
F-ull and complete stock of
Everything in the line f
Lawrence S Ainnworth
O T Funk
J S Elder
C L Wither
C M llanan
- F A Fitzratrick
J F Iievil
W M Marslers
P N iittiiinter
, i . V,' t .,;.. v
JUST OPENED. GOOD5 AR
RIVING ALL THE TIME.
Snider Building on Water St.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND GET OUR PRICES
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w.jii.ieut Nn. )"!..
i s otlicers J.L'-t 'i in i
.' ii.r tln ensuing year.
: e -1 are: J'. P. Llht
U . Manrlna J. W.. J. W,
U H. P., J. I. Venator H. W.
Moore Scribe, K. K. Ahlstronl
Tr,w . II. P.. Heryford (Julde, AV. It.
uJfoM I. s., c. o. Metxker First
J. I). Heryford Second afh.
'T. FIook came over from Kock
k, arriving here Tucday. He
to town to sell LU wool. Mr.
r"l""k tells ii a that the prospect now
,ur Koofj crop of wool Is excellent,
"l l.U SUVM kl l.l. i.nuiriill.1 In HIKIIV
" ut,.l if a couple of tuouths
4, w inter comes lots of wool will
'J here U nolhlntf to be done
Then i:a-r.:i.'.i;ti 1 uur i..ir ;
fceditwi'h the (.';:!y h-ir fo-C, ;,
Aver's Hair Viir'ir. It checks
falling hair, rnak.-s the hair
grow, completely cures dan
druff. An J It a!''' i 'r
colortogray hai', all the rich,
dark color of ttoly l!ft".
a M. I.lr wu IHy '-' I11 "d '
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tiCtOrC LJtiyin INSPECT Ol'W maiimoth 5T0CK OP VjC
hIiI i, iii.uii m an actual reei0 i.l kii'el
' iirei iin t at the late hereof, and was and
j hat. Iiet ii actually a resident 'f and re
Li.iiuit iu t-ai'l pieciuct least thirty
I dttya iiiuiieiliately precwlinu the date lie
! uiii.eil i.x iii i4-iitii.il. and alto of the iii-
M. ( . ( I'liKIKK
U. W. ConLtr
Hubt:riljed and rworn to before, me
thia W1 day of January, PJ05.
(Notarial Beal) Public for Oregon. W
KOTICE. ' f3
Notice it hereby ijiveii tliatthe under- (0
aijtned will, on the 3rd day of March,
1WJ5, apply to the Hon. County Court of h
Lake County, Oregon, for a liceuna to,fO
ell pirituoua, Malt and Viuoug Lti)Uora, ' l-S
iu lk quantities than one nallun, in J
Paisley Precinct, Lake (Guilty, Oregon, ', 5
ior a period o! aix month, Ii viu the inh . A
dav of March, PJOft. J
Jiated January t' lh, ;
M. t'. ( i a iri', i S
I.euiHnti .llei. IimmIh
Baile' & Massingill g9,J
phe Palace Restaurant
Now Under New Management
GOOD MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Having purchased the Palace Restaurant. I intend
to guarantee the best of satisfaction. '
AD IOIMMNQ ...
I Iks I NA IIONAL HANK
HtfPAD AM PtSTBV
ALWAV ON hA.NO..