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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
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Our Clearance Sale
Before Stocktaking has been carefully pre
pared On our bargain Counter you will
find seasonable merchandise to be closed out.
From every department, goods will be select
ed that will prove money savers to the shrewd
and economical buyer.
Don't Fail to Come Here for
Your Season's Wants.
WITH EACH 2& CENT
CASH PURCHASE AT
A mm t. Ncllou
Dutch Illicit (It Hie
Now lino o i..ctits neckwear
M. Co. ;t
Kant i in oysters nt the Palace Re'
Mrs. Mark Mnsgrnvc started for San
Frauclseo Monday morning Torn short
Ledic shirt waists t exactly cost.
ut II... L M. Co.
Something new v r.v ib.v. on our
iw.ru.iin counter. I Hi wry m-ru
There In talk of extending the Far
mer's Miitunl Telephone line to Silver
Iuke from Paisley.
The Palace Koctiitimiit will give a
first i-lim chicken dinner Sunday for
50e. Don't miss it.
Ladies' M!smh iil children's cnpeH,
coat tun! jacket sold at it reduction
of 'i per cent at L. M. Co. 3
Mr. Jennie Coggburu wa uj from
the ranch luxt Frliluy. She culled at
thin otlice nttil sulwrilied for tho Ex
aminer for u year.
J. M. Fairish mul Harry RoUrt
... i .. . i..
camcovcr trnni 1'ltisU msi .--ui.iiro.uy.
Tliy said they came over to "spend
the Fourth of July. "
F. F. McCurty, tut old resident of
Northern Ijike County, died at his
home iti Silver Like, ufteriu short Ill
ness, last Thursday morning.
The Alt urn llopul'lican nays tho
thermometer ri-1-i-.t i-r-l I'.' ilurtK lie
low zero ut Aliur.is last Thureday.
night. In I i U i . it wa- K I clow. I
Mrs. Louisa S. Fisher died In Al- j
turn .4 1 Vi'i'tnl'iT
iiml 7 month-. .s
I I.T hllsl'HUli died
We Wish to Announce to the
That he can be as well accommodated
at the MAMMOTH LIVERY STABLES in
Lakeview as he can at any stable in the
Statet , It is our intention to always have
iff fiafftTa-goodtipplyof the best hay and
grain to be bought in the market. We
also keep a force of experienced hostlers
and careful Olivers, who will always be
)(rly to wait on our customers.
Lakeview And Vicinity
FEED AND LIVERY STABLE
C. S. LOVELESS. Proprietor.
I propose to offer the public a stopping place where their
horses wil be fed and cared for as they would be cared for at
1 will also keep a team and rig to hire.
HAT THE OLD STAND3
Our new stock of floods have arrived
and is complete in everything usually
found in a first-clu:;s Drug Store; con
sisting of Fancy Stationery, Writing
Tablets, Spelling Blanks, Pens and Pen
cils, Ink and Mucilege, Fancy Soaps and
Toilet articles, Tooth Brushes, etc.
L. S. THORNTON & CO.
Successor to Cj
LEE BE ALL
County Court convened yesterday.
Head the advertisements this week.
Jay Hotchkis was in town yester
day. Dutch lunch at the Brewery Sa
W. K. Harry cume over from I'lu.-h
T. 15. Wakefield came over from
Chicken dinner ut the l'ahice Bes
tauraut, Sunday, price .Vic.
W. (J. Si'eneer bays his family is
recovering from a Hick spell.
Fresh walnuts, oranges and lemons
at the Ahlstroru Bros' store.
Don't fail to try that 50c chicken
dinner at the Palace Restaurant, Sun
E. Wert of Puisley was on the reg
ister at Hotel Lakeview last Satur
day. L. S. Ainsworth the Paisley merch
ant was down on a business trip last
Commiseioner Currier came down
from Summer Lake Tuesday.
J. I. 1 tuck worth will buy hide.
Call on or aildrcHH hlru at Lakeview
Charley Lohrengel waa over from
Warner and spent several days in the
city the past week.
VOll SALK. Pure-bred Poland
China iI. Inquire of Chan. Oliver
of New Pine Creek, Oregon. 24 tf.
J. N. Watson and wife went to Pine
Creek New Year's day for a hleih
ride and took dinner at the state line.
A fire in Ileno Tuesday morning
destroyed property in the Palace Ho
tel and fcamblinK house to the amount
L P. Cheney the harness maker, re
ceived a lot of calanders with his curd
printed on them and distributed theut
among the people.
Jas. Small came down from Silver
Lake Tuesday. He says th desert
I lif.xtVi lt ill'.!. T.llLll il 111 i t.l 11 in
I settle up very rapidly.
The members of the A. l. U. W.
and V. of II. w ill have joint instal
lation tonight, and a banquet will be
served after the work.
WANTED: 10 men in each ntnte
to travel, poht nlgnn, advertise and
leave Bamplen of our goods. Salary
ST.j.OO per month. f.'J.OO per day for
expeiiHCH. kuyal. mji'I'x uu.;
Dept. W, Atlas Block, Chicago. 52-2-
Ilev. Bailey of Prineville arrived
liere Sunday morning to hold revival
meetings in Lakeview and (it Pine
Creek. He expects to remain in tho
field a month or more. He will preach
ut the Baptist church every night this
week, lie v. Bailey is suid to be it flue
speuker and a good revivalist.
J. I M.J Batchelder returning from
Paisley Monday where he and E.
M. Britain were disposing of more
of the 1 11 lies laud. Mrs. Geo. M
Jones bought 510 acres at 922.50 per
acre. All the property is sold uow
except 100 acres of laud la the vul
ley, 20 head of borses and a few year
ling heifers and the land ou Little
family of chlMivn.
Ira McCall. Clia-. Wright and Ike
Scmtsiii gave nni'shiliitciii ill rough rid
ing Saturday. The hor-e l t them
fa'l a . h 'hi : .) -'.'.( - ln- I. art.
Merrill lie.-.. id.
The reie'd innv fin.n and 1 1 - col I
siH-ll lias put the mad-, in tin- In-.-t
sleikfliiug coiidit i 11
il ha been ill tor ,
I. mil. i
Dutch lunch nt tlf t.rt'wiry i
A bnrgnitt in ladies nnd Mlssen,
wnlklutf fklrtrt nt L M. Co. 'J
do to I M. Co' tor quilts, just th
Mtiiir for then cold winter nightn. l
J. M. PurrUli , Hurry Itoherta nnd
Bert lliirbor returned to Wurner Tuen-
A. D. Short of the llrtit of Wyi.lt A
Short, saloon men of Plush, is here
this week taking out n liquor license.
K. B. Hill and J. li. Blxby of BuritN
art' in lakevlew. We understand they
are here to buy idieep to take to Har
John Simmons, night bartender ut
Hotel Iukeview, went to Paisley Tues
day ou u vtsti to tils family, lie ex-
HH'ts to return Saturday.
Kd. (). IjuiiIi, the Summer Iike
heeptnnu cume to Iikeview last week
to tuk iu the sights. He Iihh Uen
slightly under the weather since he
arrived lit town from catching cold.
crowd of lakeview young folks
went over on the West Side lust Prl-
lay night to utteud a dance ut the
home of CIimm. Morris. A four horse
team nnd bob sleds were brought Into
phiy us u means of conveyance. A jol
ly time um hail and the likevew peo
ple were well treuted.
T. J. Olllcld and wile have mured
into their new building opptwlte the
Riverside Hotel! Tln front part will
occupied by Mrs. Ollleld and her
confectionery and notion store, while
t he n ar w I. :ch Im l ei n part it lolled
olf will ! i:-.eit in I heir living uppurt
meal-. . Men ill Ki cord.
'I'lu re U -..id to be not enoiij.li miow
ill the Cheuaucau lor sleighing. The
stages take a sleigh as far as the
Smith ranch in Clover Hat, ami goes
on to Pai-ley with U Ulik'ou. There
hasn't been a good fdi iw'hin around
likuiiew for seeral years as has
1 11 the .e t week, and llio-e n ho
iia.e fleit i,-. are in.tUiiig up It r lo-.l
Mi. Mel .IliiiiiK y ami Mr. and Mr.-.,
Iec, w ho came here from Ireland last
fall to nettle with the adm in Lit rat.or of
WI:liKL W !ATHI!W WI.I'OM I
Itelow we lve a resirl ul the we " r
nt recorded by the (lovennueui wimlir
mreHii nimliiu The i:mnlner I if . . ,
; Thin reHirt l clutnged csrh week, ei il
our remlem wish to keep m )rrly record
of went her eomllllolis fur future reler
nice, nil out the reHiil slong the Insek
line and pHte It In a setup honk on
week after another. Thin reord will bi
taken on TuentU" to end each week and
liegln on Wednesday for the nekl week
(loveriimeiit Weather Unread !
lion at Lakeview, ttreiion,
('. O. alrrxiica, CiMiierHlie (llmeiv. .
Week eliding Tuesday, .Inn.
I'ny .mat inliij i f.i-li. n' I elmm . ..
I (lHIKill IkII III .1. .
Weil. 1 1.' I 2 1 II..'!.' I HO I le.Tr
ilnir. I 1(1 -H I 0 IMI I (Ml 1
frul'.vj :i -I I il ."si j im I '
Tat'vj'll -I I U.2U i nt
Willi, j t.l .1 I lUM I INI '
IllQII. I -tjj2 1 "tl.tHI I "Oil "
tuei.. f4;rj' "r j"' .:. "j iki
several years. Kveiyono piidLts big , (..itji (lf (hi,ir ,,,.,.,,,,,, irtlt.r(
crops next year. j.lohu Mcl .lhiiiney. ur.. having a time
Blanks for linn! ir.H.f, Desert proof-, . ,,f it They ars still laying over in
timber land tinai proofs and blank atli j Philadelphia, at big 1 h iish auuiting
davit" for Hpp'c-ai ion for read vci 1 1 ' t K,. a. t ion of the railroad company iu
meat, blank w itnes' Hfhd.it 11 , etc ! 1 matter of t he Iom. of t heir trunks
The Kxainiin r otli e. tl , ami paper- 111 a train wreck.
Then- i- talk of making a tobognn ' The Ina-k I all ut N. Pine Creek
slide on the hill east of the Boyd the night of Jan. 1st attract
pliiet', thi-i is a line place for one, and ,.,i u.k.,. rrml, fri)1 lakeview. A
would uift ird Hue sport for those liiclin j fiir ,,,rri team and bob sleds were
ed if properly fixed up.
Do not forget that next Saturday
uight in the night of regular meeting
Used to convev the merry dancers to
thi stat4' line. The crowd left !uke-
vtew about three o'cha-k, jolly nnd
0 the Ijike ('ounty Development , full or fun and returned next mora-
league. Memliers sltouia come out ' mg coin, siccpy ami iianceu out. lit
and make it interesting.
Miae Jessie Sands, who taught
school in Lakeview tho past two
w inters, and who is teaching iu As
toria this winter, remembered her
Lakeview friends with a neat postal
Mrs. J. N. Watson entertained the
Needle Club Friday afternoon, and
the mem liern were treated to a delight
ful surprise by tho introduction of the
gentlemen just in time to partake of
a most delicious lutichnon. Those
pn sent report a very happy afternoon..
(uite a number of jwople in town
received very dainty "Mrry Christ
ians and Happy New Year" curds from
Miss Jessie Sands of Astoria. Mis
Sands was a general' favorite iu Lake
view, and is greatly missel in the
numerous festivities tlii winter.
Quick payment of tho death claim
of Mrs. Snyder was made. The dwuth
proof was sent up oa the 10th of De
cern Iter, was act"d on by the finance
committee on the IStrd, and a check
wus received on the 'J!lth in payment
of the policy, in the A. ). U. W.
Register Watwn received a letter
from li. P. Jiu-kson a few days ago
who stated thud he liked his new loca
tionHelena, Montana very much,
and that ho had lieen advised of a
raise iu his salary to fcluo pr mouth.
Mr. Jackson nays though the tlier
mometer dodges around zro most of
the time, lie rather like the pi. we.
"UncU S. O. l'naee, Stiinmer
Lake poet, arrived iu Lakeview last
week on his return home from Klam
ath Fallls, where he has been visiting
with the family of AV. Ik Barnes.
Mr. Pease says Mr. Barnes Is getting
along nicely at tho Klamath town and
is building a new Hotel. He remained
here several days visiting tho family
of P. E. Harris.
Mr. Ralph Feeney, the gontlemau
who spent two weeks in Lakeview iu
the interest of tho A. O. U. W. de
parted for Jacksonville Monday morn
ing, where ho hud an appointment.
Mr. Feeney did good work here, and
was the means of an increased mem
bership to the Lakeview lodge. He
gave a free lecture at the Opera house
lust Friday evening which wus very
instructive. There was uot such
very largo crowd, but those present
were impressed with the fact that Mr.
Feeuey understood what be was talk
ing about. Ho is an earnest worker,
good time they hud, though,, paid for
the after elfiH'ts. The Pine Creek
em an- good entertainers and all w hit
went enjoyed the nffair greatly.
As ow uer must sell the Sec. Irf,
Twp. :W S Buuge I'.l Cast good tiluW,
cut .'I,)' im) feid pine and cedar plen
ty water, also see .'!) same Twp. isx)
acres natur.tl hay, creek thru same,
Lund b milt NW of likeview. Saw
mill U miles north See '.it I If
you mean hnsiner.s wriUu for spot cash
price or make olfer now. Fraak W.
Hooper, .Vtity., Vreka Oil.
Tho Ashland Tidiiun tells of A. II.
Fisher, who is in the merehudinu busi
ness iu Phoenix, being the vu'tiin iu
a recent holdup w hiln on the way
home from the stoin one uaght uot
long ago. Fortunately thu highway
men wuru green nt the business anrf
did uot succeed iu getting Mr. Flshr
ir's money. Thern were two of the
Bibbers and one of them slugged Mr.
! lisher over tho head with a sand bag
Uxt did not fell his prey, and the
icmifii victim uscupui. Mr. ruber
iilwell known la Lake eouuty, having
r'liderl both ut Lukeviuw and also at
miner Ijik 1I was one time
sdiool superiati'uduut of Lake County.
many friends here while they
Ldder ut his narrow escape, are
that he cume out w hole ia liody
A WbisC Party.
I110 of the most deligtful "after
n us or ttio season was given by
M s Hall to a numler of her friends
la Wednesday. Progressive whist
wi played from two till six, when de-
liil'iis refreshments were served. Mrs.
M r served tho delicious fruit salid
Mil Massingill presided over the hot
chosen sundwiches table, Mrs. Hnell-
ingt i ved the cake coffee and almonds.
TV score cards were very pretty and
crilnul and quite appropriate at this
seailu it lurge star w ith u pretty buueh
of ild let oe tied iu the center. Miss
La iji Suelling won first prize, a liittid
soul plate, Mrs. Win, Hurvey the
coiiLlatiou a box of perfume.
Tl ladies uro unanimous iu voting
MislHall a royal entertuiuer. Those
predjit were: Mrs. V. II. Shirk,
Mrslr. N. Wutsou, Mrs. W. A. Mas
singll, Mrs. F. P. Lime, Mrs. V. L.
Sueliug, Mrs. W. R. Boyd, Mrs. P.
M. filler, Mrs. Chits. Urn bach, Mrs.
llaii- Bailey, Mrs. Wm. Harey, Mra.
and presents facts and figures that
cannot fail to impress his audleuce. landpliss Laura Suelling.
ItNorln, Mrs. W. M. Harvey, Mrs.
Sherlock, Mra. C. O. Metzker,
The i udlc' Outfitter,
Anna M. Neilon ,V Co., Mill umke I t
you any gurment for s..inen or 1 I1II.I1. n,
ami will nmke it 11 . well da il rsn I it
In.lde. Will make it to pleuc yon ,.1
every pttrtit'itbir. We w ill do (he wofK
promptly, und neier allon yon to be .lis
natistleil with any biiniiieos yoit iniiv d.r
with lis. Kvery enrieiit fluill lit, look
welt on the Wearer, snd prodiice'a e-.i
I.hm lilltMU, illnl pi ice- ll-lt ill lUM ' .
stume, inoie III. in ,ie m.ii!i lie Mil 1
to pav if you were sellin.' oid we . ' -1
buying, urellie . nei'e Uh,ii i
W e ex (s et to succeed,
I lin i'ikmIh mi' 10 well a . , i tli the i , , ..
ey we a-k for lln in. u .mli Mm I, y
from any cut i!i .on- h.,i .e m S .n I i.; .
ci-. o aie. W e i.e ready In prove i..s,
und an mil to meet mi i,.i liar pin . ......
We Mere a moiilh Inning our
We sen relied the i if v t" (l exact If what
we wanted arid woald take nothing .!-...
The price had to b liifhl, und we .'"t
the fail liem-lit ol cih pai ineuts. a
can, nnd will i teat y. at ii- el! ym n
b.lnitled in biilng ANY W llblU if
A joint instullHtion of I lie olb. ers .
of th Masonic Lodge mid the o.der
of llasteru Star was la Id oa Dec.
Invitations IimiI been extended by
vuch order to one r. latire of each
memls-r and U o'ebs-k in the evening
of said day the Lodge room of thu.
Musi mil- Temple was filled with mein
I vers ami guests.
The ceremony of both Lodges re-
quired about two hours after which,,
all present were invited to the Hotel
Ijtkeiew where all clitltoruto and,
bountiful banquet was hrved ; noth
ing wus spared for this elegant din
er and the table decora'.ions consisted'
of KJiiylux, ferns an vlob-ts, which had
been ospiH-illy selected ami forwarded
from Sun Francisco fup tlmt (H'casion.
About midnight the happy partici
pants adjourned and Landlord Light
who hud kpeclal chait(e of tho "re
freshments" was overwhelmed with
congratulation by ttu guests for the
sfdendul service reuJered.
The following is a list of idllcers
who wnro installed by W. A. Musslu
gill, W. M., assifttud liy A. S. Down,.
P. E. Harris, W.M.; Ed in Luke, H..
W. John (). Bull, J. W. ; F. M. Mil
ler, Treasurer t. Chan. Umlxu-h, Hoc
retary; A. Clippeuger, K. D. ; J. 1
Clarkson ,J. i John Wendell, S..
8- ; L. A. CarcLker, J. K. ;A, H. Down,,
MuoHnldwr, W. M. ; John (). Bull;
W. P. ; Lillian Harris, A. M. ; Mrs. C.
S. Down,, Kecy. ; Mrs. Mary Knider
Treasuree; Mrs. T. J. Mugilton, Cou
ductress; Mrs. C. Walton, A. ('ou
ductress.i Mrs. E. A. Maxwell, Chap
lain ; Mrs. Carrie Weudcll, Marshal;
Mrs. M. Loft us, Adah; Miss Ethel
McKot Ruth; Mrs. Ida Urahuch,
Martha; Mrs. Sadie Woodcock,
Miu'tha; Mrs. C. Dent, Electa; Mrs.
Edith McKoe, Warden; John Wou
dr41. Sentinel ; who were installed by
Pant Patron Chan. Umbach, and Mar
shal Mrs. M. MasslngiU, P. W. Mut-roii.
Ainilik at m . tt .1