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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1907)
Lakeview And Vicinity
SPECIAL PRICES ARE MADE
HERE ON SPECIAL ORDERS.
Hunt High and Lowat no other
time and in no other place will you find
such desirable merchandise we offer you.
We provide the BEST always and
we know our offerings will appeal to aU
who appreciate superior quality and al
Every day has its trade advantages at
Our only desire is that you come and
We supply necessities at so low a
figure, you can really afford luxuries.
Ladles' Winter walsta at L. M. Co.
Full Line Japalao at Ahlstroro ISroo. 1
New Una of Laces at Ahlatroia lire. I
Bonanza Creamery' Hotter at I M.
Dutch lunch a the Brewery Na.
Ihitch lunch at the Brewery s-
Hutch lunch at the Brewery Su
Nick Barry whs in town flrat of the
The Lakevlew Merc Co. for School
Buy your Rubbers ami Overshoes at
Ladles Preea Skirts at
L. M. Co.
For Sale: House aud lot Matu
Drenkel Jt Paine.
Young mens Overcoats and
coats at L. M. Co.
I Swell line of Mens Winter
! Lakeview Merc. Co.
at the corner directly South of the Hotel.
KJEIW PINE CREEK, ORE,
Under Entirely New Hanagement
Having recently purchased the hotel lrom
. Mr. McDonald, I earnestly solicit a share of
public patronage. My aim shall be to please.
GEORGIA STICKEL, Proprietor.
M. W. Ooweu was dowu fom Paisley
first of this week.
Rubbers and overshoes all kiinlx, at
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
Mens and Roys Ilitfh top Shoes at
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
Press goods in all tbe latest fabrics
at Railey A Mnssingill's. tf
New lot of Dress Goods just re
ceived at Ahlstrotu Rros. 1
Wanted : Valley ranch with Rood
orchard. Dreukel A Pal up. x
loe Fine was over from Plush last
week and remained several days.
J. M. Wright, nf Silver Lake, was
down to the county neat this week.
Ladies Children's and Men's wool
underwear at Railey A iMasaingill's. 1
List your lauds or town property for
sale or rent with Dieukel A Paine. 1
A swell line of meu'e neckwear just
received at Railey A MafsingiU's, 1
Geo. Ranney came dowu from Sum
mer Lake last week on a business trip.
Mr. II. R. Stephens, of Silver Lake,
spent a few days in Lakeview lust
Three inches of rain has fallen iu
October. Hows thut for an arid re
gion? FOR SALE. ST) head of goats
Inquire of W. F. Stauloy, Lakeview,
Misses Aggie and Louise Lee. of
Klamath Falls, tiled on timtxr claims
See the New line of ladies' furnish
ing and dress goods at Railey ii Mas
Lost Two indiau dolls, one chief
and one lady, finder please leave at
this office. 1
A full line of sheeptkin, Rlauket,
and Pluah-lined Coats at Railey A
J. R. McN'ew, thePiue Creek livery
man, was up town Monday on a
M. I). Hopkins went to Warner lat-t
Laksvlew hat been taxed to Ita ut
most capacity the past week to fur
nish a daily aeusatlou for ths euter
talumeut of our visitors.
Last week J. K. Banlstar paused
through town with 50 bead of stock
cattle, which be bad purchased from
A. M. Smith, of Pine Creek.
F.verett Whetstone, of Rly came ov
er from there last week, to form In
line In front ot the land otlloe to se
cure filing on a homestead.
The O'Malley Sisters show was well
patronized, and they gave a good per
formance. The O'Malley Sisters are
always welcome to Lakeview. .
1 am agent for the Sacramento Bee,
the lont dally paper on the Const.
Win. Wallace, at the Furniture Store.
Frank II. Marion, the timber cruiser
of Laidlaw, Otegou, who has been
cruising in Northern Lake county
for the past year, arrived iu Lakeview
Mr. C. A. Jensou, a typo, who has
been employed on the Klamath Falls
papers, speut ttie past, two weeks Iu
Lakeview and indulged In the line-up
at the laud otlloe.
A stranger remarked to an F.xamiu-
er reporter a few days ago that Lake
view was me oast towu tie nail evr
been in ; that it supplied sotnethiug
Si lleudersou, who has a baud of
sheep on the desert for the wlutsr, re
turned to camp first of this week, af
ter speiidiu several days in towu pre
paring the family for the winter.
F..1. Ttttro brught la a loud of tins
cabbage Tuesday, and sold it out Out
of the load he picked one and left
it with The Examiner olllco on exhib
ition. It weighs 21 pounds trimmed.
The Overlaud Ranking Realty Co.
invite all persons passing through
Reno to call and see their display of
products of the soil. Roth mineral
and tegetabl. Also to invest in good
dirt. 4:1 tf.
It would be a tnsk beyond our capac
ity to give all the uamos of visitors
to Lakeview since our last issue, so
l umerous have they been, but to say
that they were all here, wool J not
miss it much.
LOST: Ladies tmall gold watch,
with piece of chaiu attached. Either
in Lakeview or between the Venator
ranch and town. Finder please ro
turn to the Examiner Olllco and ro
ceive reward of $10.
WEEKLY W GATHER REPORT. , Week mllu Turadajr, Oct. 29, 1W7
Below ws give a report of ths weathel 1 ,
as recorded by the Government weather 1
bureau station at The Examiner Orhc.
Ml . . W k L I I,
1 nn report is cnangeu earn wees, ami ,
our readers wish to keen a yearly record ,
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line 'and paste It In a scrap book otis J ijj'l'i'
week after another. This reord will be 1 ant'y
taken on Tuemla- to end each week and
begin on Wednesday for the next week
Government Weather Bureau Sta
tion at Lakaview. Oregon,
C. O. Mrrsaaa, Cooperative Observer.
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THE LA MODE.
You will be better able to get the correct 3
styles for your I
WINTER WEARING f
1 -IV nDCCCDAT &
apparei aiier seeing inyiipwiivuuij iai-
TERNS, COATS SKIRTS WAISTS,
Etc. These goods are expected to arrive
j this week.
I MRS. NEILON. t
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TENTH AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON
A. P. ARMSTRONG. LL. B . Principal
Educates for success in a short time and at small expense, and sends each stc
lent to a position as soon as competent. Quality is our motto, and reputation for
Thorough work brings us over 100 calls per month for office help. Individual iu.
jtructtoa insures rapid progress. We teach the loose leaf, the card index, the
toucher and other modern methods of bookkeeping. Chartier is our shorthand ;
tafr, muii, legible. Beautiful catalogue, business forms and penxaatutfiip free
write today. Rcfercoces: any mcrchast, any bank, any newspaper ia PortUoi.
PINE RIDGE STOCK
TIflMJIGGKST ANT) TUB BEST H0RSK IJARN IN Till
UNITED STATES AND THE DICJGEST AND BEST
14-0 licatl of Stallions, Marcs and Colts to select from. A
choice selection of young Stallions black and grays by
Sampson 27,L(38 the greatest Pcrchcron Sire in America,
NVeiht 2y4C4. pounds, Vc can show more size, lonc and
quaflty thatl any 1)rtcdcr in the country. Price below
cmictit!on. Cifl.l and sec our horses, or address,
L. M. Hartley, Safrm, Iowa
ir'r nKAUittm. Aent. Lakeview, Ore.
I a'ACtlr f n An tmntn a Wkt lr in tho U'iiwle
C. C. Harris was down from Summer
Lake last week.
Rain, rain, rain, here in Lake
county, and over in Webfoot, they say
its too dry to plow.
Lewid Frakos and Ed Dunuevan
oame over from Warner labt wek to
attend circuit court.
Miss Lora Small, notary public of
Silver Lake, was in Lakeview this
week on land matters.
Hoys School Suits Two pair pants
with double seat and knee with each
I nuit. Lakeview Merc. Co. I
Second-hand typewriter for sale at
Tbe Examiner oillco. It Is a Rood
machine, too. Price. tf.
Read the biff new advertisement of
tbe Overland Hanking Realty Co., of
Reno, Nev., in Tbe Examiner.
II. A. Brattain and J. W. Donnelly
passed through town last week on
their return from a beef drive.
T. B. Wakefield came over from
Warner last week, to look after hi
interests in tbe circuit court.
X. E. and T, F. Caldorwood cans
over from Warner last wek and spent
several days in oar city oa business.
W. Y. Miller and family came dowa
from Paisley last Sunday for a visit
with relatives and frends in Lakeview
Mrs. Hartzog arxl family go to
Monmouth this fall to spend the win
ter there and send her daughter to
A new stock of fur and plunh buggy
robes just unpacked at Ahlstroms
Harness shop. Hest ever shij.'M u
I Ladies Mlsea and cbildrna Coats
Genuine French Briar Pipes," best
tisjortment in town at
1 r m
New Drehi Overcoats and Ulsters at
Forest Haulers Musgravo and Lt-av-
j itt huve returned from Roseburg
wtiere tney went to attend a meeting
of the forext rangers of the state. Mr.
Leavift was bouoied at the meeting by
Uiiug elected rhuirmnn.
Quito a number of nt ranger hare
remarked since being in Lakveiew,
"I have always hoard that thin wns
ja dry couurty, but 1 find that th im
pression given out Is not true. Why
I don't see wbv yiri want irrigntinn
Mi. H. C. Fleming, the Pino Creek
fruit grower, hint Saturday brought
ranch that simply can't be beaten in
any country. The fruit is on exhibit
at the ottlce of Drftr kef Jt Paine, teal
Mrs. L. N". Kelxay and Jittlo hou
Lestou, were the guests forvn few
days of Mrs, J. Simmons of this city,
on their way to Puialey to visit Mrs.
Kelsay's mother. Mrs. Nettie Sher
lock. Les is working io Portland,
where they have been residing for
T. F. Stanley, of Paisley, bus them
all "skinned" for big turnips. He
sent to Tbe Examiner office this week
two of the largest turnsps we have
ever seen. One measures 51 iucbes
around and weighs 31 pounds, and
the other measures 42 laches around
and weighs 24 1 pounds.
Harry Riggs came in from Warner
Tuesday with 6,000 poatids of salt.
While coming down the Warner cau
yon, be jumped off th agon, and hit
foot canght on; the brake, throwing
him undent he wagon, and the wheels
pusaed over biHflug. It wair tniryachv
that bis leg was not cuft off.
J. S. McLaughlin, who has been at
Aumsville, Oregon, f r the past two
or three years, returned to Ltvite
coonty last week. ICitt family, haw
ever, will not come till next spaing..
Mr. McLaughlin throve three hea)
.fiL.tl 11 .1 T . I . .
vi iuii moou iiersej netrers asaa a
Jersey bull borne with him, a aid will
raise Borne fine mi.ajh cows.
Miss Wright, tf Silver Lake, wtio
drew rtraws for a timber claiaL, iu the
SI can country, and hud evry assur
ance of getting a clsai hli, was dis
appointed wka she caiuo to tho land
office to learn that a wotur.u under age
of twenty-ens could not file ou a
homestead, and after making exten
sive improvements a the place and re
siding there for month, had to give
Full LlQ of Rubber Goods b,t
Everything Carried In Stock for the
Miner at both our Stores.
Boot and Shoes for Miners, Bucca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
GLOVES AND OVERALLS R)K ALL.
Groceries, Rour and Grain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & riming Tools.
Warner Valley Mercantile Co
44 PROFESSORS 3 INSTRUCTORS
fOLLF.OK OF LIBERAL A HTM
'fiC.Tr.SES CIiihwIciiI . . A. R.
Lltentrv . . I?. L.
' Scientific . . R M.
l'lllloMcplilcal . ph. It.
Tht; Colletfe nf LltH-nil Artn main
tniu the following; hcIiooIh;
The Collet of Oratory, IK K.
The Teiuh rn' College, It. ptl.
Tho Normal School, IMploirm.
The t)reon IiiMtltute or th
Academy . Diploum.
The School of Cotiiinem',
t'idletfe of Medicine, . M. I.
Ctdli'K f Law, . . LL. 11.
College "f 'riieidojjy, . II. 11.
College of Music. , . II. M.
TIm? Alllllutrd CollegeH art flnan
t'iall.r IiidlM-uileut of tho Cola-go of
LIIm thI Arts.
Tho School of Art, Certllleate.
The School of Art U iiImo flnan
rlally Independent of t k S ( '(dli ge of
Lb ernl arts.
For Catulue addn-HH PRESIDENT JOHN II. COLEMAN 'ittlein, Oregon
nm livAdino nusiNi-:ss college
KLKH BCILDINa. PORTLAND, OREUON
OUR FACULTY IS STRONOER THAN EV ER
We hnrejuai iieaurod the acr vices of two high-salaried, practical, men,
a well ss leading business Educators, from tho Kant. We leave do
atono unturned. We aro now giving;
you tho boat that money can procure,
ir. w. KiiiiNKK. i rea. SEND FOR CATALOGUE I. m. wai.kkk, rrln.
Mr. W. C Neff, head forest ranger
for the Goose Lake National Forest,
received the news last week that be
had fallen heir to a large estata. Ills
great oucle, in New York died recent
ly, leaving an estate amouuklng to
1300,000 in cash and a large amount
of property. Mr. Neff does not know
yet just how much his share of the
estate will be. Ills - address has uu
known to the administrators of the
estate, until recsutly, but now
that he bus beeu located, tha
estate will e set led un and each
heir receive lue i inr'lou. Mr. Nod's
share will amount to a nrnt little
All varitles of Rreakfast Foods
Premium Mush at
E. II. Loftus, the Wludy Hollow
mining man, came over from thero
last week enroute to bia California
home, where his family resides. Mr.
Loftus will spoud the winter In Cal
ifornia, returning here U the spring
to work bia tnlnos. Jia looks for some
thing doing thero in the next year,
and from the prospects that
from there now, no. sua doubts his
Mr. A. A. llibbard, the Reno man,
said these were ky far tbe largest tur
nips he ever sawand be w anted oue
to take to Reno to put on exhibit in
tho Overlaud Banking Realty Co.
Lao cotiaty will be aurprlsed to s e
ths effect of such an exhibit as Mr.
Uibbard la preparing from this coun.
ty. Tbousauds of people pass through
Reno ever week coming West to look
for taenia and ace the exhibit at tba