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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1906)
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
until you sec my beautiful assortment of Royal Tailor patterns,
I am now taking orders for Spring and Summer Garments.
You can select a neat, natty suit from over 400 patterns,
showing all kinds and styles of goods. The new Fashion
Plates will show you just how the garments will appear when
finished. These garments will be made to your measure by
The Royal Tailors of Chicago and New York, the best mer
chant tailors in the United States.
You can get a fine made-to-order suit, which will fit you per
fectly for the price of a ready-made suit.
You can select your goods and pick out the exact style in
which you want your garments finished.
LET ME SHOW YOU THE GOODS
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BUY
ERY COUPONS PR EE
WITH EACH 25 CENT
CASH PURCHASE AT
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
I will also keep a team and rig to hire.
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
State. It is our intention to always have
on hand a good supply of the best hay and
grain to be bought in the market. We
also keep a force of experienced hostlers
and careful drivers, who will always be
ready to wait on our customers.
HERYFORD & DYKEMAN 1
I e!at THE OLD STAND3
Our new stock of goods have arrived
and is complete in everything usually
found in a first-class 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.
Lakeview And Vicinity
Dutch lunch at tha Brewery Sa
Dutch lunch nt the Brewery Ni
Go to the White Uakery Lunch
J. E. Boone came over from Win
ner last Friday.
We announce again, cautiously, that
spring has come.
Piano for sale; good as new. Price
?375. Inuucire at this office, tf
W. R. Haniersley, the Quartz valley
rancher, was in town first of the week.
J. P. Duckworth will buy hide.
Call ou or address hinl at Lakeview
Post & King have the !ieit grade
of liquors and cigars to !e' found In
All orders left at the White Bakery
will he promptly filled and delivered
1 at residence. tf
! Born In Lakeview, Oregon, last
Friday, March "A 1!A0, to the wife of
' J. S. Field, a boy.
! Ed. Lake is accumulating the pic
tures of candidates. He calls it his
Burke &. Wiukleman inform us
that the telegraph line is in good
working order now.
We learn that Jack McDonald of
Paisley is going to start for the Al
berta country in a few weeks.
W. V. Miller, IS. W. Farrow and J.
E. Harper were down from Paisley
last week, returning homo Saturday.
Those wishing score cards for the
game "500 " or euchre can find them
at The Eaxminer office. Price 115
cents per dozen. tf
J. W. Harrington, former county
Judge of Modoc county, died at a
Sacramento hospital on March l'Jth,
of cancer of the stomach.
M. C. Currier epxects to open a ljar
in the Paisley Hotel soon. His peti
tion for a liquor license appears ia
this issue of The Examiner.
A. li. Schroder, the Silver Lake
sheep raiser, came down to Lakeview
last Firday, remaining beveral davs
attending to business matters.
Jack Knuckles, who was sturok on
the bead by Ed. Laird a week ago, is
recovering from his injury, which was
teared for a while might prove fatal.
T. II. Garrett of Lake City, and
Mra. J j. E. Sorav. formerly of Sugar
fi Hill, are married again. Or else the
rJ first report of their wedding some
Vn months ago was false.
A.L. THORNTON & CO.
Mj! if they wear
III Jfc. OVER-
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Al Gallagher keep mining blank
for sale at the Pino Creek Hotel. tf
Mr. Al. Gallagher, of Pino Creek,
has Wen appointed as Notary Public
Geo, Ford of Alturas, whs register
ed nt Hotel Lakeview first of the
Win. Stanley expected to loturn to
the deceit this week. Ho bus boon
here since the snowstorm.
Ivcgular meeting of tho trustees of
the Heading Kooni and Library Asso
ciation, Monday evening, April '2d,
Inty Miller eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Miller, bus received nil
out lit of rubUr type and ho intends
to learn tho "profosh. "
ine glppo Iims demanded a great
deal of respect from The Examiner
force this week, ami we may have
overlooked an Item or two.
About a dozen men arrived here
last week looking for work. They
hive worked iu Lake county before
and enmo back, just like they all do,
The first freight teams of the season
arrived Sunday, with merchandise for
Lakeview merchant. J. W. Harvey
and It. F. Hackney were tho ones to
break the ice.
Al Gallagher and Miss Ella Itussey
wore iu lakeview last Thursday and
rrlday. Some of the boys liogau to
time up their old tin cans, but they
Mrs. J. A. McDonald, who spent
tho wiutor iu the southern part of
California, passed through Lakeview
last Saturday moruiug on her way to
her homo at Paisley.
luilpli Mulkey made the trip from
Plush to Lakeview by way of Drake
Camp and Camas prairie Monday, the
A . . - A , , ,
nisi luau 10 make mo rule ou one
horse iu one day for quit a while.
tattle for Sale. I ifty-tlvo head of
cattle for sale at 20 per head. Forty
one head of cows aud '2 year-old heif
ers, eight '2 year old steers and six
liead of . year-old steers. Inquire at
The New Era say that C. E Ilacb
ford aud F. A. Smith have purchased
what is known as the Alturas Cash
Store, li. L. Sloss, former editor of
the New Era, has accepted a position
as clerk with the new llxm.
M. W. Boweu, who has been living
at Klumath Falls, has moved to Lake
view, where he will make his homo
in the future. Lakeview is the best
place iu the world, after all, aud more
eoplt) are finding it out every day.
The Alturas New Era says H. Bar
nes, formerly of Pino Crock, passed
through Altu ras last W'cok ou his way
to his former homo ou a business trip.
Mr. Barnes is operating a flouring
mill iu Lake county, Calif.
Who wants a good piano? Ouo that
has been used a ilttlo by careful
hands, and is iu good conditio! ; just
as good as new and can bo hal for
f'570, which is ilHO less than cot aud
freight. Inquire at Tho Examiner
Tom Wall of Alturas, has one of the
best teams of horses wo have heard of.
One day last week the team got loose
at a school house somo five miles fcom
Alturas ami ran all tho way to towu,
aud never damaged tho buggy or rais
ed the sweat ou tho horses.
Prof. 14. P. Jackson, who resigned
the priucipalship of tho Silver Lake
public school some weeks ago ou ac
count of poor health, has sufficiently
regained his health as to accept tho
Paisley school aud began teaching
there last Monday a week ago.
The mail for Plush and the mail for
Lakeview from Plush went through
Monday for tho first time in several
weeks. Tho driver from Plush met
tho driver from here in tho vicinity of
Blue Creek aud they exchanged mail
sack and each returned to lus start
Thos. It. Walker, the foroat king of
Northern California, has ma Jo another
deal for 5500 acres of timliee laud aud
a sawmill in Shastu county. The price
paid was $75,000. Tho iutel cut 3,UJ0-
OuO feet of lumber last year. Mr.
Walker will close tho mill down wntil
be can build a ruilroad to tho timber..
Dutch lunch nt the Brewery Sn-'
.1. 1". Duckworth will pay tho highest
price for hides. ." If
R. P. Dicks was down from Clover
Flat yesterday. j
O, C. Hluimonds whs hero from
Henry Stevens was hero from Itld
WIIliKLV WlIATIir.R Kt0KT.
Below wo glvn report of tho weather
I as recorded by the Government weather
bureau Matlnn At .The Examiner ((Hire.
Thin report U chunked each neck, am! If
. onr render a IhIi to keep yearly record
'of weather condition! fur future refer,
i ence, cut out the reort along the black
I, lino Mini pnitte It In acrap book on
j work after another. Thl reord will Isj'
taken on Tnemls" to end each week and
Ix'ldn on Wednesday for tho next week
Government Weather Bureau Hta
well last Saturday,
John O'Connor whs Iu Lakeview
from Adel Tuesday,
Pete Enqulst came lu from tho sheep 1 ,l l-vlew, Oreuon.
range llrst of tho week. I O. Mirrisaicri, Coo.cral
Chns. Enstou was up from Pino1 '
Creek first of the week. j " ,vk ''HK Tucndiiy, Meh. '27. 11MM1
Bend the new ndvertlsemciias In
tho Examiner this week. J
W. X. Moss aud family started for
San Francisco yesterday. ;
registered at Hotel lnkovlcw Tuesday.
Warren Laird camo over from Blue
joint Tuesday with a team by way of
A California horse buyer passed
through here last Saturday with nlsuit
'20 head of horses purchased from W.
A. Currier of Summer Lake.
We have n full set of MysellUnlllns
& Co'., samples of Stock Certificate
find bonds, with price IM. If you
tire organising u etia k company get
our prices on stock certificates, tf
The uudornlgued respectfully tender
most sincere thanks to kind friends
aud neighbors, both lu Paisley aud
Lakeview, who rendered every pos
sible nid during their bereavement iu
tho loss of a fuithful husband aud de
voted sou and brother, also to those
who supplied floml emblems.
Mrs. II. U Uoydstuu,
J. G. BoyiUtuu aud family.
Page InVt, IT. H. Postal Guldu, He.
3s:i. Letters mailoit at a iot office
for delivery to patrttus thereof, by
Star route carriers and thoso deposit
ed for mailing iu box aloug a star
route or rural free dulivory roultf
collection by the carrier m such
route, are subject to postage at the
rate of two ceuts an oiiuco or f rue ton
Eph Miller., postmaster.
WANTED: by Chicago wholesale and
mail order bouse, Hswi-!aul tnriungcr
(man or woman) for this iiouuty aud
adjoining territory. SuL-u-y t'2o and
expenses paid weekly; oxpwnso muuey
advanced. Work pleasant; position
iwnunucut. No iuvestm-nt or exper
ience required Spare time valuable.
Write at once for full particular aud
enclose self address! envelope.
BUPKKINTEDNKNT, l fi Idiko St.,
Chicago, 111. 12t
F. W. Jones of Willi t, Calif., was .:
(Ml pf. v'lf
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The l.aik' Outfitters,
Anna M. Neilnn & Co., will make for
you iiny garment for aroinen or children,
and will make it a well a it ran I hi
made. Will make it to pleae you lu
every particular. We will do the work
promptly, and never allrnv vou to le dia
satislleil with any hiiNinrsn you may do
with u. Every garment ahall fit, liKk
well on (he wearr, and odiic aenio
Gih GismI, ami price rH in any in
stance, more than we would) he willing
to par if you were aelling ami w were
buying, are lite principle nptn which
we eX-rt to piK-eeed,
Our giNsIa are as well worth the mon
ey we ak lor thrui. as goods yon hy
front Riiy ratsloune houmi in 'un aa
rinrosre. We are ready to prrwe this,
and anxiofj to meet you for this pnrjssie.
We were a month buying oar stock.
We M-arrhfd the city to get exactly what
fr ! we wanted and would teko nliing else.
The price had to In' right, ami we gol
the full !eiieut A rh pnyuienta. We
ran, and will treat you an well as yon can
betrrated in buyli.g ANY WIIKKIl. tf
Oue fine Ja k, aud a small bmiij
good mares. For artlculars,
to J. W. Loftiut, Adel, Oregon.
FOB HA I.E. I'urc-bred PrJaml
China lgM. Inqiiln1 of f'his. Oliver
of New Pine Creek, Oregon. 21 tf.
Surprise Valley ke
cleaned alfalfa acc J at
Republican Candidate Tor U. S. Senator.
Walter Howard of Drws valley,, bo-
came snow blind some Juya age, and
his mother, who was stepping at the
Win. Harvey home in. Lakovievx taking
care of tho boys during Mrs. Harvey
absence in Summer Lake, had. to go
home and take care d her sou, who
was Buffering very much..
We are informed that a chicken sup
per was iudulgled la "ou the bill" a
fow nights ago, to which the owner of
the chickens was nut honored by an
invitation. Tho party whoso chickeus
were appropriated for the occasion
fools pretty sore over his loss, and
should the thing occur again bethinks
someone else w ill Ih sore.
To the woman of fashion the Apr!
Delineator will bo more thun welcome,
for it contains an array of attractive
garments that will enable her to select
and develop in her own homo every
thing necessary for any occaisou.
Apart from mutters of style, there
are two stories by well known writers:
Tho Flight of Jim Charles," by Albert
Bigolow Paine, aud "The Btolou
Speech," by Joseph A. Altshelor.
E. B. WATSON, PLATFOUAI
Is a pioneer, having come to Oregon Enforcement of tho provisions in
when a boy. His first yours were the Oregon liallroud aud Wagon IloaJ
spent on the farm in Douglas County ; Subsidy Land Grants iu favor of Bet
later be attended Pacific Uulversity tiers and purchasers
from which bo was graduated. Ho is Improvements of Itivors and Har
a lawyer by profession and a repuhli- bors.
can In politics; has held Important
offices, the last being Chief Justice of
the Supremo Court, and has loon a
resident of Port laud for over twenty
No denomination by corporations
and trusts in politics and legislation.
Congressional Kate Legislation.
North Lakeview Feed Yard
. . AND . .
J. I DUCKWORTH, Proprietor.
Highest Market Trice paid for HIDES and PELTS
Grain and Haled Hay kept on hand for sale.