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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1905)
In buying Shoes you always want a rc
: j liable Shoe that fits well, looks wellf and
! will wear well and you don't want it to
pinch. That's the
nave, and we guarantee an points mentioned.
Special inducements for the remaining
days in 'anuary for Cash buyers.
I Free Of Charge
? With every pair of Men's, Ladies',
I Misses' or Childeren's Shoes bought, a
pair of Rubbers to fit the Shoe FREE.
SIEBE1VS CASH STORE 2S2S;
liie Very Latest
D(w5 from the Oregon Legislature now in session
-can be had by reading the
LAKE COUNTY EXAfllNER
UTe Very Latest
la wool and other important news, both local and
.foreign, can be found in The
LAKE COUNTY EXAHINER
TSe Very Latest
5s that if you are not a subscriber you do not plain
ly see where jour interest lies, and had better send
in TWO D0LLAR5 for a year's subscription to The
LAKE COUNTY EXAHINER
BEEF, MUTTON. PORK, SAUSAGE, ETC.,
AL Alt ON tlAND AT THE
..Lakeview Meat Market..
JOHii WENDELL, Proprietor
AT PRESET UlCATCS
BUILDING NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVIEW
"STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" The Equitable Life Assurance
-Society cf New Tor...
ONE HUNDRED POLICY HOLDERS IX LAKE COUNT V
ASSETS $381,000,000 J. L. SMITH.
T3 uaxatzve uromo tmnine Tats.
Siven ! I r-i j ttM in paU 1 2 months This SignataTC,
qualifications our Shoes
No. V. ?,$-" Lady Wash
ington" Vici Kid. with
ki l k-u-ks-tav. the Fri-
' tyle Iaov.
Uvii the let
!:..- oM in
aKwii.- tor wear.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Lakeview And Vicinity
fU-ad Rielrr' new adv. this week.
Hay for sale. V too at per
ton. A. H. Haxmiwijt. S-t
Storkmaon for a blgb-graJe
! Mrs. Joan Simmons
;sk-k at Paisley.
! Austin GfU'la wa np from Pine
Creek first of tbe week.
A. T. OJppIiurpr was reported sick
at h! ranch last wffk.
Mrs. Molvrniitt wan In town last
Saturday from the ranch.
J. A. Anthony, tbe electrician was
ti ton first of the week.
l-.rry R:cp paid Lakeview ;i visit
f.rt of the week froiu Plush.
Robt. a:id Geo. Nelson muI Ira
Moshi-T were over from the West
Attorney Rntcbeldor and I'.rat
taia have a neat oSic ia t tie Nation
al hank buiiding.
The reviral lueetias here h.i U-en
weU attended and a great deal of In-
teres is taken In these ttervlces.
( Marvin Booue was over from Mc-
IoweIl creek lat Thursday, and
spent a couple of days in town.
Geo. Ayree wishes to announce
that he will assay any ores Rent to
him. Tbe result will be correct. 1-tf
Rev. Pooch, who assisted Rev.
Snyder in his revival meeting lat
week, returned to Paisley Saturday.
A. Storkmaun ia making a fine
cigar especially for the Lakeview
trade. Try one of the in at tbe fac
tory. H. M. Fleming waa appointed
postmaster at New Pine Creek bj
tbe President on Jan. l&th, vice Ed
win Harting, resigned.
Tbe l&teet casualties at tbe Ath
letic club are a dislocated neck, Leo
Hasel; broken toe, Geo. Stork man.
Others are expected daily.
A. W. Long was down from Christ
mas Lake first of the week on bis
aEDuai trip for supplies and to at
tend to business matters.
I-oy Paxton, who came in from
th? desert eick a couple of weeks ago.
Is oot again, but will not return to
the sbefp camp till March.
Word comes from Ino that the
little child of Mr. and Mrs. Fraak
Mufcgrare who are now residing in
Reno, died on tbe 15th of Jan.
Tbe Fim National Rank and
Baiiey 4 Masslngill have built a
sidewalk across Water street be
tween their pi; ices of business.
Flint and I'ick Vernon were iu
town laj-t Friday. They calleJ at
this ofli-e for a jacka fif garden
seed-. L re J -r free distribution.
as tbey are going rapidly. Tbey
wer Hfitt t( nm by sit- J.,l. ff
Miu-Lll for free distribution.
Pete Follet was up from Pine Creek
last Friday. Pete reports thing
quiet at tbe State line town, al
though the people there are looking
I ahead to a very prosperous season.
Pete Grob came in from tbe desert
! last week, where he has his sheep.
He reorts sheep on all parts of tbe
rang? in fine condition and prospects
for a heavy clip encouraging. Mr.
Grot, sold bis wool Saturday.
I Mrs. Prto fust I sk-k with the
Jeff Parish ru over from Warner
Geo. Swasey was np from Pine
J. W. Rehart of Crooked tTerk was
la town Sunday.
Geo. Clark was In ton Monday
from the desert. .
Ves FxTM'fH-1 played for the dance
Geo. Stephens was a visitor In j
Lakeview Sunday. I
lance. Saturday night at tbe
Barry Opera How".
Nate Smith was J.m n from the TO i
e pec ted
ranch first of tlie week.
hoTiie in the uear future.
Mr. a:id Mr. Lehman were up
triii I'irie Crif k Sunday.
A few team come into tomi and I
j report rtwid very tuudd. .
j w- K- NfrCormack as down from
I Summer Iake lat Friday.
1 Mrs. Ivte Urob went to tbe desert
with her husband Monday.
Pete Morris was in from trie Cot
tonwood sawmill this week.
We learn from the Silver Lake Ore
gon lan that Silver Lake Is to have
Wanted. Horsee to feed, at the
Wheeler ranch, 10 miles south of
Lakeview. C L. Cokvekxe. S-3t
M. T. Walters Is quite poorely and,
has ben con Cued to his bed for
about 10 days.
. Fred Miller, who has been working
for Tonningsen in the camp, came to
Charles Vermillion Is in town this
week. He has been working with
sheep on the desert.
Joe Hampton and wife of Paisley,
came down Tuesday, ami went to
Pine Creek for a two wues visit.
A. F. Tonningsen, who has been
buylug sberp for a San Francisco
firm all fall, has returned to Lake
view. lr. Witbam was called to Silver
iake from Paisley to attend Geo. i
Emery, says tbe Silver Lake Orvg-
Miss Kitten Fine, who hatt been in
San Fratocimru all winter returned )
be re Saturday evening.
Tbe serTk-es at the VI. E. church !
each evening continue to increase iu
interest, and are attracting large
and attentive audiences.
"Pat"' Coffman had a runaway
Tuesday. His horse hitched to a
cart got away from h'.ra and smash-1
ed up the vehicle considerable.
J. H. Hutchinson, who is to- ;
pin at tlie Fitzgerald ranch 4 i,iii-s :
lelow tosti was sick tirst of the
Gordeti Garrett, while hauling hay
one day last week, got one of bis
horses down on tbe ice aud had to
hitch a team to the animal to drag
him oil tbe ice.
W. T. Taylor and Geo. p. Ixve
grove, of tbe ZX ranch luCaewaocaa
who have been absent for a couple
of wout'os, returned Saturday.
They went to the ranch Sunday.
I'ick WUcoi received a handsome
double inkstand Tuesday, as a pres
ent from Win. limmy, who Is In
San Francisco. The stand has sil
ver U.js mitb Mr. Wilcox's luitlals
carved on tbe in.
Geo. Maupiu, tbe Warner sheep
man came over froiu there Tuesday
to investigate the wool market, and
to sell if conditions were favorable.
Geo. says stock are doing well with
out hay this winter.
Miss Minnie Harris, formally of
Sumtier Jake, was married In Port
land mutly to a police officer of
that city, w bo's n.ime we have been
i unable to learn. Tbe bride In st
Iter of .. a. HarrU .f Silver Itkeand
Vrs.C. W. Withers of PaUley Sil
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT.
IV low w pre a report of the weather
st recorded by the GovrnnMnt weatbsr
hureso station at Tbe Eaaainr O flics.
This report is chanced each week, and if
oor readers Irish to keep a yearly rscxtrd
of westlier condition for fotsrs refer
ence, cut oat lbs report along the black
lino and past it ia a sersa bonk o
week after another. This reord will hi
Uken on Toesda" to end each week d4
begin oa Wednesday for tb axt week.
Government Weather Bureau Su.
lion at Lakeview, Oregon.
C, O. NmicB. Local Observer.
Week ending Tuesday, Jan. ?4. lt
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We Pass it flack.
Roth the ("ednrvllle Record aud
the Altura Plalndeakr were ready
to hurl tbe "lie" at The Examiner
when a lew weeks aro w published
a bit of nes from Bid well alnint
some vaviiero who caiue Into that
town and after loading up on ttoote
proceeded to have a good time.
Both these editors claimed to have
Investigated the report and since
they hurled the lie at as we have in
quired further into t be episode and
find that the story was true, and
now we hare told the truth and
somebody else has lied tnaybe it
was these "truthful" Modoc editors.
Our Informant was a gaest at the
hotel tbe night tbe episode In ques
tion took place, and heard the racket
In the night, beard tbe boys say rut
him loose, and saw the baggy palled
from tbe porch In front of tbe hotel
door tbe next morning and heard
the occurrence talked of is the bar
room the next day. He heard one
man say "that waa nothing uncom
mon, as they were in tbe habit of rid-
j 1de Ud tven la tbe trort. d CBt
ting other capers of equal daring."
Now these editors hare made a
mountain out of a Modoc county
molehill. We had no desire to say a
' vnril n ... !n. T I 4 w ..II Aa i . . .A
, i-ujue i or mere are lota oi tnem
j there aud while this little Instance
j was an insignificant one to those
! people, we thought it a littto out of
the ordinary and published tbe story.
Vital statistics published by tbe
'State Board of health show tbe
birth rate in Lake county to be, the
t highest of any cainty In the state.
With a population of abou the total
nuiulsr of children born In Lake
rount.v in 1:C was IS.
Tbe total number of births In
Klamath tlie same year, with a pop
ulation of more than 4,000 was 0.
Oh with population of 10.000 had
Washington with a population of
more than 14,000 had the aame num
ber of births as Lake, with leas than
oue fourth' tbe population, all of
which speaks well for Lake.
Louie Rraotiacbt haa aBered a
eries of all men U which Have laid
him up for a month, rlrrt, be had
the misfortune to sprain him aakfe;
before be was able to go to work be
slipped on tbe sidewalk aad hurt the
ankle again, and now be la just re
covering lrotn a ten day fJloesa,
ill : MjLJl
I ver Iike Or.-g'j!,iiili.