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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1907)
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A Timely Suggestion. Here are offerings which help to
develop the thankful feeling for the season. The Best ,the
market affords, and we touch the economy point in selling.
You'll get plenty of things to make you happy here. Come
in; you'll thank us for urging you to do so
We Have Just Received
Almonds Soft Shell
- Assorted Jello
Erie Hulled Corn
Erie Sifted Peas
Erie Stringless Beans
Just Right Oysters
Every Caller is urged to observe the Excellence, the variety
and Charm of our entire stock. You will Certainly miss an
opportunity if you neglect taking advantage of, our ofrerings
Lakevle And Vicinity
And ttien it anew.
New Coata at Mirth Hoone'a. 1
Ladiea' Winter walata at I M. Co.
Full Line Japalao at Ahlntrom Km. 1
New lio of Laceaat Ablrtrom llroa. 1
Itonanz Creamery Ilutter at L M.
Dutch lunch at the Urvwrry Sa
Dutch lunch nt the Hrvwery sa
Dutch lunch nt the Brewery Sa
The lakeview Men. Co. for School
Huy your Kutbera and Overahoea at
L. M. Co.
Storm Alaska at
M. Sanders aa iu from the rao
Swell line of Men Wiuter Suit at
Lakeview Mere Co. 1
KuHmt and overahoea all kind, at
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
Men and lluya High top Shoe at
I.akeviei Merc. Co.
NEW PINE CREEK, ORE
Under Entirely New Management
Having recently purchased the hotel from
Mr. McDonald, I earnestly solicit a share of
public patronage. My aim shall be to please.
GEORGIA STICKEL, Proprietor.
To the Publfc: If you have business
with our pupils, please call during
the intermissions; they are from 10 :T(f t
to 10:45, and from 12 to 1, then 8giio
; We are here for business, not to
answer calls and send pnoils to the
door to be interviewed.
i Young man : Ween you want to aee
your best girl, call at bcr home. Her
mother may want to form your ac-
We cordially iDvite visits from pat
rons of the school, or from any one
interested in the school work. I'lease
do not be formal and rao on the door
to announce your presence, but just j
pull the "latch string" and walk in.
If you see a vacant seat, eit down, but j
Young mens Overcoat
coats at L. M. Co.
J. K. llarrer and wife came
from PaMey laat Sunday.
Drexs goods in all the latent fabric'
at Ilallcy MasaiugtlFa. tf
Tom and Jake McCully were in frvoi
the ranch last Friday. j
C. S. Morria went to Parley Satar-1
day on a btiainees trip. i
(rowr Vernon is clerking in !Uily
and Massingill'a store.
Vim. Itykoman wa in from th
I u raacn ibsi nunoay.
New lot of Dree Good juat re
ceived at AhUtrom 11 ro. 1
.Nicely Furnlebed Itoouia for re nt at
Mrs. E. E. Woodcock'. tf.
Fred Hainmersly was op from the
State Line first of the week
Tbankfgivlng dinner at Hotel Lake
view one week from today. 1
Geo. Wright came in from his
Thomas Creek ranch last Sunday.
To little sou of .Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bailey is threatened with typhoid.
A swell line of men's neckwear just
received At flailey i Masingill'a. 1
Geo. Conn, of Paisley spent a
couple of days in Lakeview last week.
Ladies' Children's and Men's wol
underwear at Bailey Massing!!)'. 1
Clark Johnson came down from
the ZX ranch in Chewabcan Monday.
Mr. C. M. Taylor, the fruit grow
er, was up irom Pine Creek hist Satur
day. Piano Mtialc at Tne la Mode thin
afternoon, from 2 to 4. Everybody
co me. 1
The lioydatun Brothers were in town
from the Dry creek reentry last Sat
urday. Man. Whnrton and family were up
from Pine Creek hist Saturday and
Eat your Thanksgiving dinner at
Hotel Lakeview next Thursday. Nov
ember 1M. 1
Lost Two indian dolls, one chief
and one lady, finder please leave at
this office. I
Kubiua Infant 9 wrappera, and IV
1 Ninth Annual Statement
Or the Assets and Llabllltiei
BANK OF LAKEVIEW, LAKEVIEW, OREGON.
At the Close of Ilusincss November Dth, lt07,
Loans mini IHm-otinta .. $17.1,4Jfl II
Rcl tettt M.flWV.T
CasH la Vsutt ad la
llak 21,442 4
Crtlltnl Stuck fiillj I'M hi fum.tm.vo
surtluH I'unii nm.tm.va
Imthhlcl l'rntlt$ XM2M
I hp, wif 4l'I.Vt.70
State of Oregon.
County of I.ake.
I. F. M. M llkr. Cnahkr of the nltoriv named llink. ilo aolrmiily
wear that the atntve atateiuent I true to the Ixnt of my knowledge
F. M. Mil l r.u. CnaliVr.
SutMcrltrd and a worn to twforv me Novcinlier the 12h. 1W7.
W. J. Moon,
ATTEST Notary Public for On-Kon.
WITH a paid up Capital. Surplus and I'ndividcd
I'rohts.ot $l():,51L0(i, which amount is the Hank's
own money, gives to Lake County the distinction of
having the largest Hank in Oregon, south of Salem.
THIv HANK OF LAKEVIEW, therefore, with the
vast resources, owned bv the Hank, guarantees to its
depositors not only absolute safety, but also insures
ierfcct protection to its customers, against the forced
collection of all loans.
Everything Carried in Stock for the
Miner at both our Stores.
Boots and Shoes for Miners, Bucca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
GLOVES AND OVERALLS FOR ALL.
Groceries, Flour and Grain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & lining Tools.
Warner Valley Mercantile Co
PINE RIDGE STOCK
II tLere are none, do an we do; t-taniJ Kubius Infant 9 wrapper!
up. j D.'utona' Kleepiux garments, at Mirth
Our primary department in crowded ! oone
to iU utmuht capacity, makioit it im-1 'teve Cay lord and httle oaiiKrT
pot-eible for u to take another l.e n-' were in Lakeview a few daya last Hek
ner thU term. We will etill endeavor
to make room for pupils that have
done at befct six moutha work in eouae
; friniKrv dcrjartment.
iiu.muixiibi AM) IlilvlihhrilOKSIJIJAKXINTIIIi; John Lewi8 eDMi inthe h
l.'XITVA) STATES AND THE BIGGEST AND BEST 'Krade Monday, making the total en
Mmi.J T" CD f f I UAOCfTC Irollmentof the High School room U,
rCiTV7-nvV rl VXOC: O in tll tu gra(je audl in the High
1 Vi head r .Stallions, :fai'cs and CoUs to select from. A I school.
choice selection of voting Stallions black and grays by, fykemam a High Hcb-1
, , i i hoy, who wan abaent lant week on
S.mpon L'7,2:',S the greatest 1'crchcron Sire in America, aJ;int of i3 back at tia ol(1
weight 2,101 iouuds. We can show more size, hone and
quality than any breeder in the country. Price below
tynipetition Call and see our burses, or address,
L. M. Hartley Salem, Iowa
Joel McCullough, Agent, Lakeview, Ore.
HIE LEADING IH'SINESS COLLEGI5
fi.ks I'.riLitiNO. I'ni'.Tl.AMt, oi:i;(;o
UR FACULTY IS STRONGER THAN LVER
V.' h.ivc iuf-t i cured 1 1n: n rviceHol IWO IH.II HJIKII II II, pIIII I ll ftl, Iill-ll
ilh v ell as
. i ; i
W'e leave no
liusinesH l.ilinaloiri, froiii tlx: I .ant.
,.jiii- mil unii il. Uu are nmv UIViIik
you ll.i li-.-.t thut muiie.v can procure,
i n c. SUM) 1 OR CATALOUUI: i. i. wai.ki.ii, i r!u.
ii. w. r.i iiMi i ,
kTl OUT LI VMdf U ZZ O U U U ,3S& I XSS"
CI .,r,. fik, ! l-if til'
' iW ...II ,i Ik.ii... lirih.li.rl'rlu
Jon McDouuoiigb haa taken a e
etait bii i entered the Seventh grade
after an aUence of beveral weeks.
We, of the High School room, are
entitled to a half holiday for "idh
ing up the school houHe yard."
Stella Walker haa again entered the
Fourth grady after an absence of live
Daly Dent Irf abaent from the lhlrU
ura'te on account of uickneBa.
Ail of the Fourth grade boyn were
perfect iu attendance last month.
No-ly Mile,- entered the Fifth grade
The banner was awarded to the l'l i
inary room for the beht attendance
during thi! mouth.
riadi': WiUon and Lena lirudley have
entered the Fiifct grade.
l'arirf Spungenburg leads the Second
grade with an average of !i" for the
(Jiacimn (joodueaH, but wouldn t a
Cymnabiurn be line these btormy dayb?
ir nioiM'y f"r vm to hbii' lew Yu nul II ui.- 1.1 u thu to
J.ini. Mrk v l; K'rt. h)ni. .i.K Tun, nd l.ul cur
...a.rnm o. -n nncnciniinr i a-miw..
II U l I bh9 tt I II r a- - uwiwbni,uiM
141 mm Mli B (hilifUl IU .ul,jt.l t.r wriUMl. Illufliut .11 rur iiiim.l. Al
tout Tr.prr, h IM. Ita..v. T-.p.. UMli. La. I"" ud . Wmii..
,..lulte..py. H'..r,iilfclir.-Nli. Pr,. 1 To .M, Nijuwi. II lb. H.a Ul,u.-I
IkUIuI k lh. X M H.il. lto..T tl..l. ...I...U fc-W- ' . .f-l.r .'-ur
, Ihj Kind You Hava Always BOtigg
Bmii th ) m ' " l"'l wiuiii
A full lis of Bher-pnkin, lilanket,
and Flush lined Cttt at liailey A;
Hoys School Suits Two pair iants ,
with double seat awl knee with eacti
hi it. Frftkeview MeiB; C'o 1
Scott Lfavitt was-h from the S'orebt'
lianger's camp lar Saturday, r-tirn-ing
in tlr afternoon.
Walter Drenkel has accented a
positiouaH Look keeper in tb Lake
view Mercantile Co'a. atoie.
J. S. Spragne-, of the FalbUy Mer
cantile Co., c-anie down frnm tha
city ttst Suikday do biimiiwu.
W. CX Vincfmt etarts today forSuaia
Kosa, where be wili meet liw wite, ta
they will upend: tlie winter there.
I Tn Orchestra will give another one
! of their popular "ahin-iligs" at the
; 0 ra flourtw neit Saturday nigtt. 1
Iave Tiobkiii.s passed through this
cty lant Fiiday on hi way to Santa
Rosa wttere tib will pod the winter,
i Loh Armelert properry to i xchuiiK:
i for like county binds. Apply to
1 Dreiikel & Fnlne, Lakeview, (Jreuoti
Mrs. (.'ai ry Clarksou-- Wau-.lt M at
Vreka taking care of her brother, Jim
('laiksou, who is very sick at that
Mrs. (Jhas. Kcccleston was ijuite hick
for a few daya last week, at the home
of her mother, Mra. W. F. 1'etreo, in
Mrs. llawley Hull sturtod for San
Francisco last week, where she goes on
a trip for her health, which has been
quite poorely of late. Stie will ntay
I ...111. 1 A I L AM .
Attend the Saturday evening social
at the Opera Jlituse, if you want lo
enjoy yourself, and b othera enjoy
Mr. I'rice will render Homc'rhoii'c
cnolie jilano w-lrctluiiH at The La
Mode tlllH I. M. from U to I. II very
1 am agent for the Sncrnitteuto lii-e,
the IxiHt diiiiy paper on the ('oa.-it.
Wiu. Wallace, at tlie Furuibaru Store..
Lost: (i Main Streyt, a r.-ie
cofltniuinir two H'W bills. Finder will
l suitably rewaedud by reluming
mine to tliis otlie. 1
Vour Winter Apple Oidors filled
Choice select 500 lb. lots, or -j the
bin, uiely boxed.
It At The Socht Vork..
A uw stock of fur and plunh buggy
robes, just iwpackeil at AhlHtroum
llarijess khp. Host ever hIk,.m n
Laktview. 12-1 f
Why wcry over gelling up a
Tluinksgiting dinner, wheu you can
bit down to one at Hotel Lakeview
prepared expresaly for you. I
Uu.il I riilay uigui a uunce w ks
I given &t the old Sol iluminerbly place,
now i-wueil by Kd. 1 tains. A good
time was reported by tho:e priHi nt.
V. Conn, the Paisley Merchant, Hpent
reveral days iu lakeview attending to
business mutters pertaining to his ml
ininihtiatorship of tlie J. C. C'uuii estate.
with her daughter, Mrs,
in the city.
The P.xiMiiin.-r is in receipt of a
thick oJ atock in the le t'dinnlock
Wining Ce., of Khyolite, Ncvmla. of
hU-h coaipany Paul D (.iin-y is the
Charity Keed ami Clyde Clip Inger
are run a Ing tba steam wood saw at
the hotel yard, causing two
sticks of wood to apar wliere but
one appeared before.
The lioiimtza MuUi tin says. 'hut the
llrst suddln that, was L-i hi inuilii Itk
Mooauza wus tunnel out butt week by
th Kldred Saddlery Co., recently es
tablinhed in that town.
11. F. Cannon and family, who left
aere soma weeks ago fi the ally,
bave located for the wiuter at Look
ingglass, and heut to have Tho Kxain.
iner come to that address.
ThoOverlaud Hanking ICealty V(k
invite all persons passing througU
Keno to call and see their display ot
r(iucts of the boil. J!,th mineral
and vegetable. Also to iuvest iu goo
(ieorge Filg.iald and John O'Nell,
the pioneer of (louse Jjiko valley, were
up town last Saturday, Ccorgu from
the ranch and Mr. O'V oil iVfint 1.1.1
Mat,, line home. The gentlemen made
i The Fxaminer ollice a pleasant call.
I Vnu may eat turkey any day in the
year if you have the price. You will
have the price, if yon invest in a wife
mining company. Stock is only Km a
shaio in the Lie ComMock Mining
Company 1'. ). u,, S Khyolito,
The lit tin year and a half old Kir 0f
a Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of ljue
Creek, newcomers there, iliml very
suddenly last Friday. The child waa
A I ft MM..
msen sick on -i humility evening, and
LOST: Ncnr (be Curler plucn on
tho West Side, one hlack-lcj; vm-clno
injector, The finder will do ii favor
by leit id suiue ut Thornton' h lru
Mrs. -. llenkel relurned liom , men me next iiioriiing
Lidio last week, in'coinpanicd by her were bui ieil Sunday.
brother-in law, Kd. Hammer, who, A light skift of snow fell last Satur.
may decide to locate hero. Mn. lien day niKit, nearly enough to cover the
kel lias been absent lor several weeks,
during which time she attended the
sick bed and funeral of her father.
ground. The high hills HurrouudlnK
the valley were quite white Sunday