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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1907)
We Are Going
Wc will move shortly into our New
Brick Building, on the Corner of Water
and Bear Sts. directly south of the Hotel
In anticipation of our moving we are
offering special inducements to close out
our entire line of Summer Dress Goods,
Ladies, Misses and childrens Oxfords,
Ladies waists. Mens Summer clothing
Profit will not be taken into considera
tion. We want to close out these lines
of goods rather than move them into our
New Building. If you are looking for
real bargains do not fail to come here be
fore the goods are disposed of.
O. W. Howard U over from lUy.
Mining Supplies at Lakeview, Merc.
Long Kit! (Hove at Lakeview Mero.
Dutch lunch nt the Hrewery S.
Pet F.mpiist cnuie to town lat
hutch lunch nt the Brewery Su
(So to Mrs. II. A. JotiM for cauli
hutch lunch nt the Hrewery sa
New clothing for men at Ahlstrnui
J. W. Hardisty wax in towu first of
F. P. Lane came over from Plush
NoIhd Curry wart over from Plush
Kli Restaurant. Firwt clans meals
at all hour. tf
Joliu Stindt, the cruiser, is over
C. C. Pratt was up fromjthe ranch
last Saturday. !
H. Leavitt'a family have gone out to
his forea guard ramp on Little Che
wauenn for a month' camping nut.
Kev. C. I. Hallo? 'a daughter haa
arrivetl here. The rent of Mr Pulley 'a
family will probably come on later.
ho not overlook Special Kale of
Ladle Shirt Waists ami Hummer
dren (loods at Lakeview Mero. Co. 1
Ladiea', Misses and Children 'a Ox
ford and Saudal at reduced price
to close out at Hieher'a Caah Store, x
J. X. Wataou'e new houe la well
under way and will l e occupied by
l'rof. Scott Leavltt during the whiter.
Mr. J. I.. Arrowood, assistant man
ager of the Co op store at A Ultras,
and hi wiTe, spent Tuesday In Iakt
The lakevicw Lund A Lumlier Co.
are prepared to till nil ordera for lum
lier promptly. Send In your order.
1 am agent for the Sacramento Roo,
the Ust daily paper on the Coast.
Win. Wallace, at the Furniture Store.
The Mercantile Co. are giving the
lt-t values in Ladies Shirt Waist
and Siiui.iier Go :d ever seeti In
Carriker and Nelson started up their
T5 if- RCTctPwrRfl
W. A. Wilshire was down from the new header last week aod the way
mill yesterday. i they are cutting the golden Krain
Screen doors of all size at Itailey
Opened this Week.
First Door South of Ahlstrom's
Harness Shop on
Give us a trial and
we will treat you right.
Our table will be sup
plied with the best of
ever- thingthe market
affords at right prices.
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Mrs. J. S. Branch, Proprietor.
NEW CREEK, ORE.
Under Entirely New Hanagement
Having recently pui'duisc-il the hotel from
Mr. McDonald, I earnestly solicit a share of
public patronage. My ."irn -hall he to please.
QE0RG1A STICKEL, Proprietor.
tl j h.st in IilJSfNi'-SS COLKUr.I-S
REST 'rilAlNIMi; IiKXT POSITIONS
Kiiiollnicnt, (in year , SI.; (minis. (jfuduuUB lire nil ciu-
l(iycd. V'Vv-l j.laee y" n ohii ion when compel. 'lit
SKNJj FOR CATA1.O01 F.
aud Maasiuuills. 1
T. H. Vernon whs up town from his
faini last Saturday.
Jim Furgesou the fruit peddler was
in towu Saturday.
Ladies' Summer Waists at Cost at
Hieber's C'anh Store. x
Frank Howard was in from Drews
valley last Saturday.
llawley Hull is quite sick at his
home on Sla.h street.
S. T. Colvin was in towu last Sat
urday from the raurh.
Cheap lots for actual borne builders
in Watsou's Addition. 'S2tt.
Chaa. Umbach came in from the
camp Tuesday morniu.
K. S. Morris was in towu from the
West Side last Saturday.
Mrs. Harriet 'ultera has returned
from a weeks viist with
N. K. Ca Id er wood was over fram
Warner flrst of the week.
J. S. Fuller returned Tuesday from
an e.xteuded trip to Reno.
Pat Murphy, the Summer Luke
sheepman, is in Lakeview.
S. Dixon and J. L. Morrow were
over from Warner last week.
E. Keller, the Pine Creek Dour mill
man was up town last Saturday.
T. K. lieruard and family are out to
Deep creek Ashing and hunting.
Tom Mulkey, the sheepman, came
to town from the rauge Tuesday.
Novelties iu mens bats for men
and boys at Bailey A MassingilL tf
Men's summer suits at reduced
prices ht Uieber's Cush Store, x
Mi8 Myra Cloud aud Miss Fleming
were up from Piue Creek Saturday.
(). W .Jacobs and Pete Vogel were
i hero from Warner Mrat of the week.
O. A. Tucker, the heuttle miner
land civil engineer, i iu Lakeview.
j Si Henderson's family were down
i from Camas prairie fli ts of the week, j
! The new livery barn is taking shape, j
! and will soon be ready for occupancy.
i A. (. Duhme, tbe Fandango saw
mill man came np from there Tues
day. Harry Iiolrts has purchased the
interest of F. P. Lane in the Plush
New Line of Ladies' Suitings for
fall aud winter received at IJieber'a
Cah Store. x
Hotel lakeview had the first mess
of roasting ears thid mason, Tuesday
Mrs. I). ('. ScLniiuck i-pent a few
i flays at the Umbauu camp on Ctitton
I wood last week.
' The family of J. T. Met.ker have
j returned from a Buccbssfut Hahing
i trip on Camas cree k.
W. L. Thompson has moved into
his newly-furnished ottlces in tlieltauk
of Laketiew luildiug.
J. C. Kuteuic, a Klinuath Falls ht
torney, was in Lakeview a few days
lant week on buHinfj.is.
Wm. Mtimpflg came down from
Camas yesterday. He haa been some
what under the weather.
The best smoke for h nlc.kle, "Ad
ams' Ciildnct" Cigars; Six for a quar
ter at llieber's Cash Store. x
M ihs Hall and MIhb Pearl Diebeit
are out camping on Cottonwood, with
the family of Judge Wilshire.
'I hero is a Kcari ity of dwelling
hou-.es iu Lakeview that irf mucli Tell
by thor.0 desiring to locate here.
(icorge Johnson, assistant cashier
of the Hank of Lakeview, has been
camping out at Little Chewaucau.
'Mrs. J. J. Freeman, aud Mrs. M.
J. Kowantree, of Parsons, Kansas,
are registered at Hotel Lakeview.
The new addition to the public
school building is in coutho of con
struction, making the ixth room.
down is not alow.
Presiding Killer "unlap,. will hold
the Fourth (Quarterly Conference of
Ue M. K. Churcli on Thursday even
ing at the Chin i'Ii.
J. Aviragnete and little daughter
Helen, Imve returned from cuuiping in
Hig valley. Mr. Aviragnete is gieat
ly improved iu health.
W. L. Thompson went to Illy Tues-
'day to meet his wife on her way to
lakeview where Mr. Thompson haa
J. H Tanuihill the carpentsr came
iu from the nest Side Tuesday where
he has beu doing some carpenter
work for ,1 C. Oilver.
' When yoi clean house lemtmher
I that we ar. headquarters tor la.e cur
! tains price, from 85 cents to 7.l' per
pair. I!uiy A .Massiugill. tl
C. II. McKeudree has e.gaged
carpenters to remove the old Sclimiuck
warehousa and build for him a roomy
barn on hi. resilience propery.
Joe Ambrose was in tou from the
West Side last Saturday, and left a
tine sample of w heat rained on dry
ground ail The K.xaminer ntflim.
Kd Hartog was up frofli Willow
Ranch Iai4 Saturday atteuiliug to
business He informed us that they
have a new baby girl at their bouse.
The Chicago Projecting Company
will give' a moving picture sImw iu
the Odd Fellows Hall to night .Thurs
day) Aug, Zl. Admission oO and '25
Mrs. H. A. Jones has some of the
finest cauliflower we have ewer seen
or tasted. We wish to thank her for
the sample she presented to this
Ed Kond imd wife were m Iako
view a few days lnrt week froai their
ranch in North Warner, after sup
pliea. They started home Sunday
John Henderson, the freighter, ar
rived' from the railroad last Saturday
with a load of freight and started
back to the railroad Monday with a
iod' of Wrfl).
C. M. Taylor, the State Line fruit'
grower, was up town histi Saturday.
Mr" Taylor says there : quite a bit of
prospecting for gold on the mountain
above his place.
A bll game was played in lakeview
last Sunday between th Ikeviw
aud New Pine Creek teams, resulting
in victory for the homo team. The
score was 25 to 3.
Of thoee who took. texdiera' exam
ination last week, lrof. Raymond.
nd Mrs. Lura Cloud, for first graJe
certificates, and Miss Uailey, for
third grade, passed.
We learn that Mrs. Anna Neilon. has
leased the south room of the I Lienor
brick building, and will open up idreea
making parlors there some time about
the first of October.
Harry liailey will turn over his old
home to the carpenters next week
When reconstructed it will bo a mod
ern home of 11 rooms and will have
all modern conveniences.
(jnorgo Uatc.Lelder has purchased
the nrouerty occupied by John Avir
agnete as a tailor hop, south of T.
K. Uoriiards' ntore. Mr. Aviragnete
is looking for another locution.
Mrs. Vu C. Ahlstrom, whilo out
camping with C. Umhaoh'a family had
a sliiiht attack of append icitis. She
was brought back to town last Thurs
day, and is now much improved.
For Sale: Lurgo iron sheep dip
boiler, holds W mi gallons. FHco 850.
Also 40 head of Lufollett bucks at $7
31 1m S. T. Colvin.
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Below we give report of th weslhi'i
i as recorded hv llie ( ioveriiinei: J weather
bureau iitatMHi a' The Fxaminr Otiire.
This rexrt is chnngml em h week, and it
our reader rmh to keep a yearly rwrd
of weather conditions for future relet -enre,
cut out the rert along t e black '
line and paeta it iu a scrap hook our :
week after aaxMher. This reorrtJ wiil r.Hiit'i
taken on Toemla- to end each weak and H
liegin on Wednesday lor the iient week ! - - -
(ioveniMnt Wither l!nru Sta- '"Jj1
tion at I.akevrew, Orevon, i Iu. h.
C, O. lt?t, Oiowrative 06erver.
Win k cliiMnu l'uesil,.v. Auu. JO, !Nl7
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Everything Carried in Stock for the
Miner at both our Stores.
Boots and Shoes for Miners, IJucca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
OKOVnS AND OVERALLS- R)R ALL.
Groceries, Flour and Grain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & riming Tools.
n -r" 5T25
Warner Valley Mercantile Co
BEEF, VIUTTON. PORK, SAUSAGE, E'IC.,
ALWAV8 ON HANI) AT TMH
..Lakeview Meat Market..
JOHN WKNDKLL, i'roprletor
AT PKE5KNT LOCATIiU
BUILDINQ NORTH OF M0TI3L LAKEViuW
A notice of dissolul ion of copartner
hhip between Aiinit M. Neiion aud
Dauiel lioonc, appeura iu this issue.
The same business will be continued,
aud conducted under the firm name
of Mirth Jiooue & Co.
44 PROFESSORS 3 INSTRUCTORS
( OLLKOF. OF LlliKUAL ARTS
COI'RSKS Classical . . A. It
Literary . . It. L
Scientific. . . It S.
Philimophleul . Ph. It.
Tho College of Liberal Aria main,
tain the following; hcIiuuIh:
Tho College of Oratory, O. It.
ThoTcacheiH" College, it. M.
Tho Noruiiil Sclutiil, Diploma.
Tho Ort'Kou instltuto or the
Acudciiiy . Diploma.
The School of Commerce,
Collcgi' of Medicine, . M. D,
College of Law, . . LL. 11.
College of Theology, . 11. D.
College of Music, , . It. M.
The Afllllalcd Collegen arc finan
cially Indlpeiidcnt of Ihc College of
The School of Art, Ccrllllcale.
Tho School of Art Ih also finan
cially Independent of the Coilcgo of
LI crnl arts.
For Catalogue uddrenn PKUSIDUNT JOHN II. COLICMAN, Salem, Oregon