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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1907)
A TRIP GROUND
THE WORLD FREE
' lViniii g S.itunl iv. IKvcinlor 7t!i. Wo will jjive
awav cadi ilav, A Trip Aroiuul The World Free, to
our CASH CtJSTOMIiRS.
This Trip Around I he WorM oonsists of .-in "Alum
inum Crystal Lous" Stereoscope. A most hoautilul.
In unliable, intorosti v. an 1 'Kcitui collection of 0110
hundred colored stcvoscooic viows from every land,
alsotwoutv five in .-rostin views of the San Fran
This is our plan. St i.v account will ho kopt each
day of CASH pureh iscs nade by our customers and
the person buying tie m st jjoods and paying CASH
will be presented wit'i oaeor those Trips Around The
World on the following day
Wc have just two ity of these Trips to ijive away
and any ono can compote for a set. Your purchase
maybe ever so sm ill, hat every purchase will be
recorded and totaled at tiio end of the day's business,
and the largest amount of money spent will entitle
you to the prize. Tuis applies to all goods sold and
wc urge you to mal e your purchases here and take
advantage of this, most u .'ral offer ever made in
Lakevlew And Vicinity
L.-i lion' Winter waists ni L. M. Co.
I'u II Line Jiipxlno nt Ahlstroin Fro. I
Nt''.v hue nt Luces at Ahlstroin Bros. 1
M.iiriu.'.ii Creamery Butter at L. M. j
lunch nt the Btvwerv
lllllch lit til'
At the co nor dircctlv south of the Hotel.
The Lukeview More. Co. for School
Buy your Rubbers and Overshoes at
L M. Co. 1
Mem and Hoys High top Shoos at
Lakeview Merc. Co. 1
Rubbers and overshoes all kinds, at
Ijakeview Merc. Co. 1
Vomit: mens Overcoats and lialn
coats at L. M. Co. 1
Swell line of Mens Winter Suits at
Lakerieur Mere. Co. 1
Klmer McCulley was over from War
ner vulley lust week
New lot ot Dress Goods just re
ceived Ht Ahlstroin It rem. 1
Jim Tart hi returned lust week from
a visit to Summer Lake.
Print ii'iil Boll lay OUts nt 'l'li' l.a
Will llutrliklrw wns ilovxn from Che
wiiiii'iiu Hint of tln week.
Tlir date si t for the Library cittcr
l:iiim,iiit is 1i emher '.1st.
.1 L. Morris, of the West. Side, tun
Kiine to Ciiliforniii (or the winter.
Fred llanuuersley and Claud l.nw
sun, two Stale Lino buys, were In
Litkcvictv llrst. if the, week.
LOST: I'lusli luikvy re be. In Lake
view, l.nt-t Sniiduv. Kinder wilt
please Iriivo at The F.xulnlncr olllee,
and receive suitable rewHrd.
Mis. Min v Koss. ulster of Mrs. ,1. W.
Maxwell, who visited Litkcvlmv in
Seieinler, returned here Inst Sundiiy,
and will spend the winter here. Mrs.
Koss' home is iu New Mexico.
The Overland Bunking KenWy Co,
invite nil persons passing through
Reno to call and see their display ot
products of the soil. Hath mineral
and vegetable. Also to invest in good
dirt. 4:1 tf.
Steve Young returned from Sacra
mento last week, wheie he took his
family some weeks ago to spend the
Winter. Steve took sick on the ronff
home and tins liven under the doctor's
care in l.nkeview since his return. J
J. K. Noriu and wife lei I Tuesday
for Sun Frsiicisco and Lns Angeles,
Dress goods iu all the latest fabrics J and w hile in the city they will buy
at Huiley A MassiugilFs. tf -
Dr. Atusdcn was iu town first of the
week from his wood ranch.
Kev. C. 1 LSuiley retimed last week
from a visit to Klamath Falls.
L. II. Shirk was over from Cedar
villo this week on laud business.
the furn ishings for the new d.illing
they intend putting up in Lnkeiiew fV.
livcrythlng Car led in Stock for the
Miner at both our .-tores.
Boot 5 nnd Shoes for -Mincrft, ISucca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
ll.OVIES AND OVI.IMU3 l-QU Al L.
Groceries, Hour and (irain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & flmin Tools.
Warner Valley Mercantile Co
Don't forget the Ladle's Aid
ety Bazaar to"iorrow evening.
next summer. They wid be home in;
You may eat turkey Hiiy day in 1 1 1 1 j
year it you have the price. Von will,
have (lie price if you invest in a rate !
Sooi- ; tthure iu the
Under Entirely New Hanagement
Having recently purchased the hotel from
Air. McHonald, I ea:iiost'y solicit a share of
public patronage. My aim shall be to )lease.
GEORGIA STICK EL, Proprietor.
xjsarsas.gsjsarvnvf'V' .r: sjos.csivBrs'
Jim lleryford, jr., was iu ton to j Nevada.
speu I .ThiuikSfiivinK aud took in the
Iioy Chuudelr aud Wui. Nixon left
for California Tuesday for a short
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. I.
F. Couu is considerably uuder the
A full line of sheepskin, lilauket,
aud Plush liued Coats at Bailey &
The pros'rum aud the dale of the
Library eutertaiumeut will be publish
ed next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Azel Wallace started
for I aliturruia luesday for a visit in
the lower country.
Hoys School Suits Two pair pants
with double seat and kueo with each
suit. Lukeview Merc. Co. 1
Mr. aud Mi sr. L. A. Carriker came
into toun last Saturday aud remuiued
over uiv.'ht to attend lode.
Slock is only l.'c a
Lee Couistock Mining ,
. box U.'.S, Hhyolit.., '
I Mr. Powell and Mr. Duhnie. who
went o( the DeschiittM country some I
weeks aco on a "l ure" hunt, rrturni-d (
last r'riday. Th' results were as al i
leed above, so far as bear were con
cerrud, but the boys say they killed !
a cougar. I
Alex Kol ut tt was up from liue Creek
last Saturday. He. informed us that
lie would soon t-tart for the Sscrameu
' (!et riu'ht down to soi'did busiin.-
Take a winning chance wiin c
i cash. A few cents may innke i
'many dollars. The Lee ComMi
Mining company, V. O. box -
i Uiiyollte, Nevada, is still sell inn Mm
at l.V a . din re. 1
N. Waldo Taylor, the Sillver Lake
homesteader, barber, printer, who
i naiuriiay. iiu luiormen us mai jl
would soon Mart for the Sscrameu- j An
vailey, where he would join his. V
idy, who are now at Chico, and ! 2
it they would siK'iid the winter near! Jj
PINE RIDGE STOCK
THE BIHGEST AXI) THE IdT HORSE BARN IX THE
UNITED STATES AND THE BIGGEST AND BEST
14-0 head of Stallions. Marts : ml Colts to select from. A
choice selection of voting Sta 'Hi ns black and grays b-
Sampson 27.-.TS the reatot
weight 2.4i pounds. We c -;ov more size, bone and
I kept tlie Leader noin; w hile its editor, I
Kev. it. smitti ai'd wite passed tin u s m. lioi'ier visitea ins lamiiy in
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where they w ill spend the winter. ( lent, if the w ishes of the publisher
Forest Hauler Scott Leavitt came in j the Leader ure ranteit.
froiu the rane last week to do some j 1'rof. lili'iih. principal of the Lake
work iu the ottice at headquarters. i view schools, informs us that it is his
, . , intention to L'lve a vaeat lou the entire
Ani-lfs pniiienv to exilmiifre , . ....... ,
' . ... I week iu which ChrlMmus occurs, and
! resume "chool on the following Mon
day, and will then ive a single day's
vacation on New Years, which coined
I on Wednesd ay.
The Thaukttfiviun ball la.-t Thusday
i ui'ht was the lar'nst attended nlfair
of any like event niven tins season.
rk NiNrtHtf lifer Y4
I I. , . :, "1 H li
fur Luke ciiiinry lands. Ap)ly to
Jlren.cl Paine, Iakevjfv, Creoll.
LOST; A Cre.sceut old brooch with
an opul .-ittiiiK surmouuted by pearls;
roheron Sire in America, u Lakevinw lust Sunday.
! ludcr ple:i.-e leave at r.Miminer otllce.
any breeder i
Call and sol
':e country. IVice below
a sos, or address,
it, Laksview, Ore.
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' . The hall was crowded to Its iilmo.-t.
mis v.H'K lor lonierey county, i ail-
i i.nt :ieit v until MiiilnlL'lit. w hen some of
they ill m end the wiu- ... , , , , , . ,. ..... !
J ' the pal tlci 'ant.i bei aii.e t ireil ami v' eiil
i mni.e. Tin inil.-iii wan excellent, a:id
ail v.h') at ten led h-el u a-l ti.ue.
1 Mis. Kuby Harvey ami son,,, Wilde
i an I , Joe, n l Mrs. V. A. Curi-r, of
! Summer L ike, Marie I for C ulfoi uia
i Monday, the former to Corning an 1
fy J "is io '
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loTii vaix 14 if 1
1TIHU) 'dO i m
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v Wln.rtnn aiid wife, an 1 Mi.-s
N'y-i'. i;uer were up from Fine
1 ! r.ink.-iviiu.', and took iu the
n r; kv .r n o. 4 kB. w r " - ra
niE LEADING Bl'Sl ESS COLLEGE
I2LKS LUILIUNii. I'OK LAND, OUKUON
UR FACULTY IS STRO 0ER THAN EVER
W'e havej Hecured the ierviceHif i w u liiKh-sularied, ijrai:tlcal, men,
au well a allium biiKinesH IMuchio' i'i-oin the Kant. We leave no
stone unturned. W- now giving
you thebest that iiim n can procure,
li. w. iikiinkk. itch. SJ.ND FOR C x'l ALOQLE i. m. w ai.kkk, itIii.
WE C I "2
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liout Tnpper' Scret, Dfmft, Tritpt, tiftioe Uwi. ll.'Wjtud hire iu lrp, rd U levini- !
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If you aroar.t already a subscriber to ihl paper, now Is the time for you to ub
scribe. If you are already aubtcribr you uliould rearw your abMrlitloB bow
wlille the liberal UTuiB we offer you prevail. We have made arraiiKfcintiiU with tbe
liibUahera uf THH AMERICAN FARM WORLD to club llioir j.Utr uitli oum, aud
fyou will atuuLottend ui ti.00, we will need you botU paper ou yr.
The American Farm World In a Large Agricultural Monthly I'ulilii ation tiuiiiln
, iii each month from itO 19 34 large pagea, carefully ciliU-d by one or the AbleHt Agrl
j aiUtural Wrltoru iu the United HUtea. It 1 Ailed with original matter (only) for the
' firmer and hm family. No copied matter whatever, but the well tented methods or the
:(Hit forme- m the country, are here found to be Just what the farmer want to know,
aitd It li alo to gay If followed will save him money and Improve bla farm.
Voueangot THE AMERIOAM FARM WORLD a whole year, togothw with our
own paper u you will at ouce Bend u iixt we will pay tbe publisher u( Tka
Aatcrlwav Vim Warld for you out of the amount you Read ug, and you will
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k wivnuuiKe Vf Mmm preui oner new. aaarca
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER, Ukcviftw. Oregon.
Cr ' k
The Thuiir:fniviuf diuuer kivcii lj
Hotel Lkevie.v ivhh highly a)irei'i:it
ed ty all who nut dowu to tho tiible.s
A new stock of fur uud duhh buK't-'y
robe.i just unjiacked at Ahlatrouia
Harnes.i shop, liest ever Bhovn u
j Lakeview. 42-tf
j Dr. J. S. Dewey aud wife are ex
I iiectiug tu w to Pine Creek in the
; uear future, where the doctor will
l practice deutistry.
j Mrs. M. E. Kim.ey expected to start
this wek for Kan Francisco and other
California point, where she goes for
I a bUoi t visit aud vacation.
A. M. Hadisty was in ' town from
Crooked creek Tuesday, lie ibbuild
iug a new house on the Loveless ranch,
which he has almost completed.
Preparations have been under way
for 6everal weeks for tbe Ladies' Aid
LSazaar, to be given tomorrow evening,
and it will be a grand affair. Uo and
Mr. M. 15. Whitehouse. who Las
leased tbe Wm. Schmidt ranch, in
Clover flat, was down to Laeview last
Saturday tn make final proof ou bis
The good weather has so improved
' the roads of late that several teams
have been bulsy hauling wood, so
that the impending wood famine is
Mr. Isaac Deter was up from the
ranch, near Pine Creek last Saturday,
lie Informed as that himself and wife
would start tbe next day, Monday,
for Roselawn, Siskiyou county, Cal
ifornia, where tbey would spend most
of the coming winter, visiting tbeir
oid borne and friends.
i.i- i :-itit
. j 1 1 I e out
in Id Store.
is Hitting up, and v. ill
just received nt Key-
Mi". !. V. Morris ipnli.
Ik-ah; Mih. S. I. Mim.i, Sin
mid l Uluw flipH ; Mr. mid
Fituc raid, water ei t ; I'.
i I iU ill n
.1. Mul l in,
the hitter to lliinford. Mr-'. ( . uri n-r , fr,,, Ciiliforniii tho Oth.
has been vinitiug with Mr. U. C.j n,u. the Fiuno Music ut
Hchuiinckfor a few day, biuci; coining , , Suturdnv afturnonn.
down from sum:ner Liikn.
(i. L. Holbrook passed through town
iast Saturday with his baud of bucks,
taking them to the desert, where he
has hi. 4 shop. (Juorgu says the eod
is tho best on tho desert this winter
that he ha ever seen it. Water is a
little scarce, but thero is frost and
dew enough to afford sheep plenty of
II. Shirk is expected horn...!'1" H'ltuH; Mane McSlume, ben y
iifii: Mrs. .Jus
T. A. Crump came over from the
Windy tioUow .Mines iast Monday ou
business connected with the mining
company recently oragnized iu which
he is interested. Mr. Crump had a
"nudg" that preparations were being
made by some parties to do some
claim jumping in that district, Tina
came to town to protect his interests.
Mr. C. E. McCleary, the Pine Creek
mining man, was up town last Satur
day, and informed us that a big min
ing deal was on in which he was inter
ested, and which was taking him to
Alturas for a few days. We did uot
learn tbe particulars of the deal, but
Mr. M McCleary promised Tbe Exam
iner tbe news as soon as it was ready
for the public.
J. 8. Sprague of Paisley was down
to liikeview a few days last week on
oneofbis "business" trips. Tbe
Paisely correspondent to tbe Silver
Lake Leader asys it Is a "magnet
that attracts Mr. Fprague to Lakeview
ao much. We doubt very much If tbe
young lady who is partially lespousl-
i.u fnr his freuuent visits here
appreciate being called a "magnet"
('. E Oliver weut out to tho timber
last week aud fouud a claim.
I'iiiuty pieces of art needlework for
Holiday gifts at The La.Mode 1
If you want bargaius, Reynold's
store is the place to Hud them.
Piano music at tbe LaModn Kataur-
day p. in ,. from 1 to 4 o'clock. 1
1 an goiug to make Special low
prices for the next 30 days. Reynold's
Wm. llradford, who has been em
ployed in theFirst National Bank for
several mouths, started for Oakland
last Friday, wbere he goes for the
Tbe tules over at Tule lake are ou
fire, and Tuesday evening the clouds
hung in the horizon in such a way
that the light from tbe burning tules
reflected in tbe sky, and the fire wa
plainly visible in Lakevlew, one hun
dred miles away, and over a mountain
Get ready for Christmas. Duy ber,
or bim, or yourself, something that
will prove beneficial. A few dollars
invested iu mining stock may bring
wtealth and happiness for life. Tbe
Lee Comstock Mining company, P. O.
box 258, ICbyolite, Nevada, baa good
property, a reliable management and
sells stock at loo a share.
di.-di; K. II. Morris, center set ; Mis.
Widt ICiiHsell, two chroinos; Mrs ,1.
II. Fi-her, tditHH fruit dhh:, wiuiii
dishes mid pillow slips; Mr. uud Mrs.
E. A. Friday, cups uud saucers; Mr.
and Mrs Andy Morris, fruit set;
Mr. uud Mrs. J. N. Uivan, silver cof
fee pot: Mr. and 4lrs. W. 15. Kuutson,
center set; Mr. and Mrs C. R Pur-
ker, pair of pillows; Mrs. V. L. Pope,
glHHS berry dish; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Dent, a cow; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kol-
say, set knives aud forks.
A large crowd gathored at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Audy Morris, near
Adel, to greet the young couple when
they arrived at that place, whore they
were to niako their future homo. A
wedding supper was prepared and all
bad a nice time
fir. and Mrs. Morris at Home.
Following is a list of presents recelv
ed by Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Morris, who
were married in Lakeview a couple of
Badly Mixed Up.
Abraham Drowu of Wiutnrtou, N.
V., bad a very remarkable experience
be says; 'Doctors got badly mixed up
over me; one said heart disease; two
called it kidney trouble; the fourth
blood poison and tho fifth stomach
and liver trouble; but none of them
helped me; so my wife advlsod trying
Electric Bitters, which are restoring
me to perfect health. One bottlo did
me more good than all the five doctors
EreBcribed. " Ourauteod to cure
lood poison, weakness and all stom
ach, liver and kidney complaints, by
Lee Beall, druggist, 50c. O. S. Wool
ever, one of the best known merchants
of Le Itaysville, N. Y. says: "If you
are ever troubled with piles, apply
Huoklen's Arnica Salve. It cured me
ot them for good twenty years ago."
Cures evey sore, wound, burn or
abrasion. 35o at Lee Beall 'a Drug