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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1907)
SHILLINGS' BEST TEAS
Japan-English Breakfast and Ceylon all
flavors 25 and 50cts a package.
25cts, 50cts, $1.25 and $1.85 per can.
SHILLINGS' BEST SPICES
AT SAN FRANCISCO
If you find any fault whatever in Shil
lings' Best-We will return your money.
If you dont find it better than other
goods, and worth more, because it goes
further We will return your money
GEORGIA STICKEL, Proprietor.
NETT PINE CU1EK, ORE.
Under Entirely New Hanagement
Having recently purchased the hotel from
Mr. McDonald, I earnestly solicit a share of
public patronage. My aim shall be to please.
niE LEADING BUSINESS COLLEGE
KLKS 1UILPING. PORTLAND. ORKUON
OUR FACULTY IS STRONGER THAN EVER
We have just secured the wrvk-esof t wo hitjh-H.'ilitried. practical, men.
as well aw 'eudii'jr business IMucntors, from t lie Kut. We leave no
stone uuturneil. We are now uivinjj
you the best ihat money can procure.
it. w. jm.iink::. i re-. SKND FOR CATALOGUE i. m. wa.ki;ii, rrin.
Drur- ,,nA j. W. Donnelly
fJaTO(iK'h Lakeview last week r,u
ttrn'rij to l' u ley the former from
jrt;tvil)e and the Utter from Oruville.
Mr Donnelly Iihh been m Chluornia
Ut v;u.e time. Aut a year ago m. , o tjI(,U;r ov
. .i .wf.rKmi tO lose CUV ot Ills I t, . ,, ,..(
1-1 LJ u. w
nm in dTt'Iui r,
r (E rrdmfi A.-!iii r.l:tV-il f-'.or.dl.V be
Iw vvi the LukeviOiv ball totsei.s and
. .Yue made '-! from the timl er peo
fh, who aro L-.-ra w-titiufe' to Hie
Uu'l. Lakevio-v won the game "
..i i" 0 Thp t'ai'ie was for
rn Ui 14 t " '
a five months' trii
ron and Washington and
Lakeview And Vicinity
County court conveuea thin
New line of Iiitceant AMstrom Urtm. 1
Ladles' Winter waists at I M. Co
Full Line Japalao at Ahlstrom Bros. 1
Bonanza Creamery Butter at U M.
lHitch lunch it tlu lrtwory Sii
Tho Lakeview Merc. Co. for School
Dutch lunch nt tho Brewery si
F.ll Restaurant. First class meals
at all hours. tf
Hutch lunch nt t lir Brewery Sa
' '..u- ll-ila mid CitKM. iu.st 111 lit AhlS-
troni Bros. 1
Buy your Rubbers and Overshoes at
L. M. Co. 1
Jellcy Classes and Jar Cap nt
Ahlstrom Bros. 1
M. Jitmeri. of lily, wart in Lakeviow
1. S. Freeman wan down from Silver
Lake last week.
For Sale: 1 louse and lot Main St.
Drenkel Paine. I
Nate Smith was in town Sunday
from the 70 ranch.
Swell line of Mens Winter Suits nt
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
W. J. McKee was in from Drews
Valley last Friday.
Rubbers and overshoes all kiuds, at
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
Lawrence Tracy was in towu from
Drews valley last Friday
Young mens Overcoats and Rain-
I coats at L. M. Co. 1
The trees in the court house park
are receiving a trimmiii.
Mens and ioys Ilik'h top Shoes nt
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
Press tfoods in all the latent fabrics
at Bailey A Massingill's. tf
New lot of Dress tloodd just re
ceived at Ahlstrom Uros. 1
Hotel Lakeview is rcceiviui; a coat
of tar and sand on the roof.
Wanted : Valley ranch with Rood
orchard. Drenkel A Paine. x
J. 0. Auten made a trip to Klamath
Falls, returning borne Monday
F. S. Fisher and family wero in tow n
Saturday from the West Side.
Albert Dubtne returned a few days
ago from a timber cruising trip.
Mr. Alex t5reen was here from Cliff
lat week on land business.
A swell line of men's neckwear jubt
received at ISailey Si MaMingill's. 1
The railroad surveyors coming from
the West are at the Bee-raft ranch.
Ladies' Children's and Men's wool
underwear at Bailey & MassiugiU's. 1
Ladies Aid Society of tho M. F.
Church will give a Bazar 1st. of Dec.
W. F. Burch was here from Plunh
tlrst of the week with W. B. Koutson.
C. Dixon wan ovr from arner thu
W. II. Iteneflol was over from Plush
Joe Hampton came down from Pais
A. N. Lapham paid Lakelvew'a vis
it this work.
Va. Howell was up from the in lues
first of the week.
J. S. Sprngu was down from Pals
ley this week.
Jas. Kynn, of Bly, paid our city a
busiuess trip this week.
O F. North, of Klamath Falls, vis
ited Lakeview this week
Take your nose to the Opera House
Saturday evening, and have it fixed. I
Mrs. li. Katnlom and Mrs. HiiKloy
came down from Paisley Tuesday.
W. D. Bishop, the sheepman, was lu
town last Sunday from tho range.
Beit Harber came lo town Tue.tiluJT
after a load of supplies for the 7T
ranch in Warner.
The divorce suit instituted by Mrs.
Sadie 1'niinui, of falsi-y, has been
w ithdraw u by her.
Dr K. II. Smith wa- called to Davis
Creek Tuesday to attend Walter Duke
w ho is seriously ill.
A. L. llightlll was over troni Plush
this week. He says he will s end this
winter in San Francisco.
LOST: Ladies' Brown Hat, b"-
tweou Lakeview and Pine Creek. Fin
der pltsse leave at this otlice 1
Hear Dr. Bancroft, ami Miss Lewis
ut the Opera House Saturday evenieg.
Adults, :t cents, children "i") cents.
"Noses," a musical lecture at the
Opera House Saturday eveuiug. hear
it, and enjoy a good heaity laugh. 1
Win. Berry, representing lltishong A
Co., of Portland, printers and station
ers, paid Lakeview a visit this week.
A. Bieber has II neat little thermo
meter which hois giving away with
purchases amounting to a certain sum.
The sale of the (ieo. Miller proprety
on Maiu street auuouueed in the Ex
amiuer last week, failed to go t hrough
W. S. Lyon has bought I".. K. Bonds
interest in the Bennett-Bradford
sheep, and will continue in the busi
Miss dates, who is teaching school
iu South Warner, was in Lakeview
this week to have some dental wcrk
A. (. Duhme made proof on his
timber claim Mouday. (ieo. Down
and (ieo. Lynch were heie as witness
es for him.
Mrs. Neilon's new store, "Tho Lit
Mode," will lie strictly up to date in
every detail. Watch tor thu opening
The mails are now delivered to the !
stages at Likely, this order from the
Postmaster general went into elfect
Mouday October 7.
Marshal Touningseii says he will en
force the "cow law," so if you have a
cow or horse, better not let them run
WKHKLV WEATIItIK HUPOKT.
Below we ive report of t! wealhei
' a ..l.l I.m Ika I IjkWMrtllflMt t WfifttllSr J
, bureau utatiou at The Kaaml .r OhVe. I fc ft
I This reixirt Is changed each w. ek. and II 1 V !
I our readers wish to keep a yea -ly nt'ord ITJZX F,;f ;
1 o( weather coliditi lor tut irf refer- nnrr iyf f
ence, rut out the resrt along 'he bls. k 7 -.J; -
line and paste It In a scrap 'sik our Jru tti'l;'
week alter another. Thla reoi I will be L,ij'" tjT - J Jj
taken on Tuesda" tend each .eek aiel
Iwgin on WiMlneatUr for the m it week
(bivernmunt M'eaiher Hu eaii Sta
tion at Lakeview. Oregon,
C. O. MrriRlR, Cooperative Oerver.
Mirth LWnc - Co.
5; l.nktvicw, ( ivm
j We shijl ViMl l d o-', the ! i't -
you icqmstid tluiil lo be, t i i u
thi season's pi ndiK tioiis. ;md t
IS 1 U Wh -4
Lot) vmcitii proof i eeiii Mig.i
! for every ilep.ii tnu ii' , the
approved st vies of tu dnd.tr arKuS
i ladv designer in o;r hok.(lel( '
f in touch with evet v e'-nter dil
ber of an exclusive set,
J; Not otilv what is fl own
s : . .
S t)K. ly the hest ilr. sers i y.U
blies. This lady ehos: our fii
; caused the house to sin. I'ol PiiUUI,
s above inserted. Thcsr peoiSe IjUijl
. 1 . '1 Sii n
: what the leaders ol lasluon n;.e
not destroy a good rep .itatioflb
pulilieity to an unttte stac uf'
Mnow that vou are fa si ionabiV tii'.Sfcit'
s ing one of our hats. 2
List your lauds or towu property for
sale or rent with Dieukel A Puiue. 1 at large in tho streets.
Mrs. Anna M. Neilun returned Imnii
awo imrBoic:ftM ?trfft5 pobtlano. OREGON
TfJT A p ARMSTRONG. Ll B . PniNCIPAl.
';ss in a short time and at small expense, and 6tnds each stu-r-.Jucates
ti ii, n competent. Quality is our motto, and reputation for
-lr to a yoxtlion Mito. tr V) calls per month for office help. Individual in-thor-jugSt
rii Unugs-! o. ess. We teach the loose leaf, the card inder, Uie
trictioa insuri- r ipictl rri 'hsIs of bookkeeping. Chartier i3 our shorthand;
voucher and other oiodeili frveU. 'alogue, business forms and penmanship free
rapid, legible. Beautiful ca. ' ant, any bauk. any newspaper In Portland
to-Jay. llcfcrences; any mtTCU
Tacouia dihpatch to the Oregouiun
that Henry Hewitt. Jr., the mil
sayB . lumberman, ba.-i returned to
through Orb tlv0,11H1,il(.(1 UlilU(jU
that helpuicba. .,,...:,. ....
-.1 ... I. .I
the Orc-foii toast tlv
.... . irmly arrived
1 TLyS, llatliiL'S k.
i j.uvs .. t y mcrning
ill Jiiinte-v nt -
l . . .. V t.T A
from Ho.vMo.-j "re.
been ou one ot u.a ...r, -),.
8ummer. Mr-. Hu-Un J;-
.... m, ut Laker'-"w, and
ier ui iui.-. . 1 1. 1 w - j w- i.
pleasant surprise to J
Harol 1 Miles, of Waruer Lake, writ
es tnat He win spenJ rue w inter in
See the New line of ladies' furnish
ing and dress goods at Bailey A Maa
l.'t.'iil tliu nou: nl mrl i .jftmf.n t nf .
. . . ., ... I completely knocked out for a while,
bert G. Duhme in Ihe h.xannuer this1 1 '
from San Francisco Thursday night,
and will soon be ready for huniiie.s in !
her new store "The La Mode".
Frank Hiitchius was struck with the
bull last Sunday while -laying ball,
and his uosu was broken. lie was I
l.r. .'iu'.! Kill. !i
nate receipts and 10. The pa- mou- ( tL Tf)IIJ ioo;H liS if he had Bum
ty amounted to f'J.OO j mero(i
fl Mije Fiue i.tarted for Sacraineuto , yrtka Journal, one of our best
VTu'iday to join his wife wid daughter ; d uewBiBbt exchanges, has aKain
Itil.iua; i .... l, i . l W un Mr. NlXOUHOlll
Titten, who rrnco lea L.m Hiock company bought
Jheir Hacramento home, wheie i o w fM r. T. J. Noltou one ot the
-ill fmead the wiuttr. Maje says ', clllia btockholderH, has sold hia
FORSALK. 8T0 head of coats
Impure of V. F. Stanley, Lakeview,
A full line of sheepskin, Blanket,
and Plush-lined Coats at Bailey A
Study the advertisement of Mirth
Boone & Co., iu this issue of The
We understand that (Jeo. Ayres has
bought Miss Daisy Smiths' interest iu
LOST: A bunch of keys. Finder
please leave at the Lakeview Furniture
Store. M. Heaid. 1
(ieo. S. Down, Myrtle Down and
Amelia Wilcox made proof on timber
A coat of red paint has been applied
to the Water btreet front of the JMam
moth Livery stable.
The Reclamation Service on the
Klamath project has advanced wages
to 3 for an 8 hour day.
Boys School Suits Two pair pants
w ith double seat and knee with each
mit. Iikeview Merc. Co. 1
Mrs .M. Whorton and Miss Hattio
Nyswaner were up from Pine Creek
the fore part of the week.
A. JI. Baruum was In town form the
range last week. He says the Jteed is
fine this year, everywhere.
Parties w ishing to locate homesteads
can secure the proper notice for post
ing ou the laud at The Lxaminer otlice.
"vV. I. Fleck, the civil engineer of
Bidwell came over' from there a few
day ago for a bhort btay in Lakeview.
1 am ugeut for the Sacramento Uee,
the best daily paper ou the Coast.
Win. Wallace, at the Furniture Store.
tn'inU tO Bta ts iuu( " stOCs, BUU ujr ,"!
xatf m:4 mak moie. they can
.... ...i-.o f lifirseshoeing after
oAober Urst, toed shoes t'i 50, smooth
Woodcock A Barnes,
i Order- are out for three shipment-,
! of Ladies' and Missi s' Coats. Some id
them sure to arrive this week.
M irth Boone A Co. I
It is rumored here that Billy Wag
ner is eoon to start a newspaper at
Bly. Billy go at it, there is in thing
like the newspaper btiMne.-n.
Win. Bradford, who is here from
Sun Fraucinco for the purpose of sell
ing his sheep, informs us that he ex
pects to buy again next spring.
F. M. (ireen got mixed up with a
cow some days ago and came out of
the scrap second best. Time will re
move the blackened eves and bruises.
C. A. Clippenger says that he and
Charlie ICeed killed the biggest deer
ever killed in the country one day
last week while hunting oil thu west
side of the lake.
O. W. Jacobs was over from his
Guana creek sheep racnh last week,
having recently delivered 1SO0 lambs
and wethers to J. J. Fleming at
and ?1 per. head.
It is claimed iu the Kant that auto
mobiles damage wawon roads to a con
siderable extent. It's rattier tough,
Sammy, but guess yuu'll have to )iit
before you spoil our roads.
K. C. Stickel llrcd tho brick kiln
Mouday. It will bu but a short time
now till the brick for the new court
house is on the ground. Some of the
lumber Is on the ground now.
NOTICK: All stock must be kept
off the streets of Lakeview, us the
ordinance prohibiting stock from
running at large within the City
limits will be rigidly enforced. 1
"The La Mode" will be opened soon
and will be the ideal store for ladies.
Mrs. Nellon is sparing no pains to
make Opening Diiy the event of the
season. Watch for the announcement.
Don't miss one of thu lectures and
musicals which come to the Opera
House for six nights, lcglrining Satur
day, evening, Oct. 12. The Klamath
Falls papers say they are simply Hue. 1
Everything Carried ijitoT jt
Miner at both our 3torAf. ItiTl. "
roos, 5heepmen and karplhl
OLOVI:S AND () l-RAlJl.
Groceries, Flour Ait' a
All kinds cS(M-nticu
Hardware & fliiliillf
Warner Valley Mercip?
iotc c i Mfa V
a fi i'X. h
BEEF, MUTTON. I0RK, SaK:
'- AI.WAVS ON IUNII AT
..Lakeview i'.eat m
JOHN WF.NP.J.I., I'ro.)!',1
m.i. a r Pwi:.M:f t i.oc a i i n
BUILDING NORTH O!
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The Teu-herH' College, B. IV. LlU-raUlU
The Normal School, I lil t:n . -i t i'
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Thu School of' Commerce!
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