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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1909)
LAKE COI'NTY KXAMI,IyU.
LAKEVIEW, OIIEOOA', TH I'ttXPA Y, iiAKCH IUKI
N Hi I T f W V . I - rTTrT lllllll -
i'h the Out-fitting Point for
It fallow on the verge of receiving railway fa
cilities. It will receive an increase of, several
thousand inhabitants during the coming sea
son. It is surrounded .by the richest country
on the face of the globc
Q005E LAKE VALLEY.
DO IT MISS
this last and best
chance to secure
Nice JO-acre tracts at $200.00 paya
ble $20 down and $J0 per month.
These uro IDEAL FARMS for Fruit Ralalnjr,
C. ). Metr.kar md a t'lo to
-T thit week to pay bis fitner,
end Id reew aaqnal
iU diiii;7 rriMl
the vh.i y, I
or so -
ll . O 111 fB
J. Ro d. . . Vraba fV
B. R and ,M. W cvi .
dowo Friday f,om 8h1ti.
Jim Allen had tha mLfi.
fnll ao1 d lupine hi koea i p
katlug at t'.e rink :t Sun1 ,
U ' -
Q RE AT clearance SALE
Culture, or Poultry jj
We save you
money; and then we
care of you. "
We plant your land to Or
chards or anything you dc-
we make you.
LAKEVIEW DEVELOPHENT CO.
Bernard C. SIU, Mgr.
P. O. Box 214,
On St. Patrick' Day, The Exam
Iner received a teiergara from Alfred
II. Poet A Co., ttrz, Monadaock Uldff..
Chicuuo.lut Liu lureigu end Domestic
Freight Contractor and Haokera, In
whose care many are to come to Lake
view, a follow:
Chicago, IU., March. 17, 1901).
Editor Lake Conuty Examiner,
Offer ae prize lo our hebalf $10 to
or at popular costume woru at tall
Alfred II. Post X Co.
The company evidently thought the
Eagle's dance wa a masked ball.
Upon oouaideratlon It wan decided
to offer a drat prize of 10 for the mot
graceful couple on (be floor, which
waa awarded to Mr. Pete (Irobe. and
Mr. Elmer Ablatrom The eecoud
prize of IX B0 for tbe beet gentleman
waltzer, waa given Mr. Wm. Ander
aon. and the prize of tZ5U for tbe
beat lady waltzer wat teudered4Mra.
Tbe oourtesy of Alfred Ih Poet &
Co. will doabtleea not go unappreci
ated among thoee who have 'reight to
forward from Eastern polnte.
Westou, tbe famous pedestrian, baa
started to walk from New York City
to San Francisco. He left New York
tbe 1Mb In at, and ia due la Ban Fran
oiceo July 8. lie Is 71 year old.
l California I J
JJ Sweet Pea SeedsL.
V) if mi CtlllooU Iwwt f &Mto Hlhli II
SALEM FRIDT IN
The Belem Btateaman of the ICtb
Inst says: Fruit Inspector Armstrong
had a force of tuen at work Tetter
day cutting dowu an Infected orchard
south of tbe city.
There ia a euiKtion in tb'a that
owner of orchards everwybere will do
well to note.
Oreuon law provides that in fee ted
orchard must be disinfected tr des
troyed. in addition to ruklng tbe Iobi of
their orcbarda, fruit men who neglect
to Improve tbe present good weather
by the generous use of sprayers will
Invite iower price for tbelr inferior
Commendable activity I reported
among moat grower who are busy
cleaning op, pruning and spraying.
Tbe orobnrdiat of Lake oounty bet
ter get busy before Inpeector Bmith
"gets busy," in the manter that tbe
Salem Inspector ha done by catting
down bad trees.
a P. Lealtt, of Spokane, was bar
R. & Woods of 8t Paul-Minn,
Win. Findv. of HI v. waa hora Rim
bj Wood. Of the West Sida waa in
U. C McCrearr. the N'aw Pin.
Ureek mining man ia In town.
Len T. Feniuer. E. PearL and VA
Pi ii'e. all of Sacramento, were seek
ing trade of oui merchauU the past
Bert Rice, secrets! v of the Hoard tit
Trade left Tuesday morning on a
business trip to Cbewaacao.
Mr Loogwav. of the Col
Hotel, has been very 111, but 1 now
Oar esteemed and valued contem
porary, Tbe Silver Lake Leader, In
it laat leaue waa full of mention of
new people coming into tbe northern
end of the eonnty and taking np
bometttead. Among those mentioned
In this way were: Kmil Bchmitz, of
Nebrakan; II. C. Duncan, of Clack
mis; Hans CbriatenHen, of Koyalton,
Minn. Miss liertba Hacks, of Minne
sota; Herbert L. Canaan, and 11.
McPhee, both of Oour'd Alene, Idaho;
and F.. T. Pierce and Aloon S. Hawk,
tiotb of Portland. Most of tbe above
named people settled in tbe vicinity
of ChriHtmas Lake.
Tbe Eiamiuer U glud to witness
tbe good work tbe Leader is doing In
luduclng settlement in the north end
of Ibe oounty.
THE CALIFORKIA PERFUMER
baa ent m 10.000 Kdi la dlnrtbou Im lo
all. Com. .1 once brture eb it. lunr
rl to oat hT to bur iirlluli(-l'
nm I re, tu ram. ttr.
1'brM ll.niUanir fiiutu aS.red lor IM
prorfiitl of lb. irra.
rum lb. mI now m wlndowi M
prtl. .n4 dml. .1 coawnL
ml Omtit Mi I"'" "D.r.
Co." I' ' i"
A.! L. 1HCKMON,
Lakivicw, . Qrtgon.
rioving Picture Show
Latest and Best Licensed Service
Two Shows each Night
A I K;iM and 0:00 o'clock
Odd Kalluws Hiilldlng, Lak.vUw,
AduiiHHloii 10 and 15 ct
HIHH A MMITII, rreprlrtere.
T. II. Rmlth. Thn,
Haroaker, Tom Oallovti
Hunter wwre Klamath i
alive this week In tbe
A. .1. Wvnna. J
mm . . , "V-'UMH T
neuinger. fi Kandolnh. .!.
anJ C. A. Mitchell were In town thl,
1, an traveling men from Hai
B. May, .a boraeboyer from 8t
rBu Minn., i in lowu.
Jimongtbe ontsidere who arrived
this week are: Theodora Horsbmau
aua wire; ueo. llonhmao and wife
i-ri iiorebman and Phil Camming,
ii oi muaiare, rveoraaka.
U p. Bbrk, of Bonanza wa la
Miss Trix Loucka wa down Tbnra
oay irom bummer Lake.
W. O. Mason wa over Friday
Ft. Bid well. '
T. O McKlmmon of Kansas
Mo , wa registered Friday at
Ladies, Gents, Hisses and Child
dren's Shoes to be Sold Re
gardless of Cost
Come and Look Over Our Bargain Counters.
Mrs. Lake is reported ill.
Mix Stone, eister of Mr a. Hanhv.
ll said to be quite ill.
H. E. Barker, of Alturas. manager
of the Southern Stage Co. wa in town
Sunday and Monday. He say freight
i now billed riebt tbroush to
L. B. Mob is In from .Ton Iner
Mountain, north weat of Waruer
J. D. Day and wife. of Rouheatar.
Minnesota, are among tbe late new
comer to Lakeview.
Phil 8. Young. wife and aon
arrived Monday from BascobeL Wis.
F. M. Jerome and son. homeetead-
ers from tbe Weat Side were in lowu
Geo. Reilly came over Tuesday from
the Goldberg mines.
O. T. McKeudree who has been
sojourning in town for the last few
week ha returned to h: ranch in
Judge Wilablre. who spent tbe win
ter in Ashland with his family bag
returned to Lakeview.
Rev. Rbaw, who bad been stationed
at Prineville, stopped here Sunaay
and delivered a sermon, while on his
way to hi new charge at Dorris,
A. L. Thornton, W. W. William.
and W. Lair Thompson purchased
lota through Seager In tbe Drenkel
and Paine addition tbis week.
R. T. Ktrlplln waa In town yester
day from the datu ette.
Mr. Bennett, a recent arrival from
Illinois, 1 teaching the West Side
chool and ia giving good satisfaction
Wm. Proudtoot. U. S. sheep In
spector, who waa transferred last fall
temporarily to tbe northern Dart of
tbe state returned to duty here Tuesday.
A. V. Sterling, of Pine Island.
Minn., arrived Saturday. He is well
pleased with tbe country, and will
doubtless make bis home here, lie
expects some of bis neighbors to
Mr. Janice Duke, of the East Side.
ih viHitina her aleter Mre. John Cog'
burn thia week.
$1.00 to $2.50 per Pair.
1.00 2.50 '
.75 M 1.50
.25 " 1.00
M I5SES SHOES, - -CHILDRENS'
and INFANTS' SHOES,
Every pair must be sold in order to make room for
K" T - , -
ivw juiijcs, wmcn win arrive in a lew clays.
We have secured the agency for the
Wa L. DOUGLAS Shoes for Men,
QUEEN QUALITY for Ladies.
the very best lines that can be bought.
Lakeview Here Co. - Wholesale and Retail
5 acre tracts half mile south of town
$600 and $700, easy terms
Lots in Sherlock's Addition 50 x J 50, J 6 ft. alley $250-$275
Lots in Dienkel's Addition 50 x 150, 16 ft. alley $J50-$J75
Excellent wheat and general farming land near town
spio per acre.
DREN K Et-
SEAGERS REAL ESTATE
Joe. Elliott. Mgr
Town Lota, Kanch Property;
Iloueea to Boll or limit. It you
desire to sell or buy list at ouce ::
C.E.? SEAGER 1
Office on First Floor
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIFK INSUIUNCE CO. glvea
the Wife, Mother or Children,
real, absolute protectlou
Heady Cash at time of death, or by an Endowment, and ays
tematlcly save for your declining years.
Elder S. B. Cbastain left this eaHh-
ly pilgrimage and went borne March,
After an illness of some week from
typhoid fever, cancer of tbe stomach
developed, from wbieb be suffered in
tensely for two weeka before death
relieved bim. An unwavering faith
n God and tbe perfect righteousness
of Christ comforted bim daring bis
Said lie, "I want to go and join tbe
company of tbe bood washed saint
Bro. Cbastain was born in Toot is
Country, Georgia, near the town of
liiwasaee, in June 2, 1842. Served
through the Civil war In Cnofederate
Army, was converted in fall of '64
attended Ft. Hearbee Academy N. C.
and wsa ordained to tbe full work of
tbe Baptist ministry in 18.0.
Married Eliza Wiggins in 18C8, who
died July 23, 1894. He held hia first
pastorate at Uardsciabble, Colorado
in 1871, and from there served
churches in Washington, Josephine
and Jackson Counties, Oregon, and
thence to Lakeview and Northern
Was married to Elizabeth Mason, of
Goose Lake Valley, Jnne 2. .1897, who
Has one child liviug, Mrs. J. A.
Gotcher, with whom his widow resides
until sucb time as she can return to
her folks in Surprise Valley.
Many irlends followed the earthly
portion of Bro. Cbastain to its last
sting place, beeide bis first wife, in
tbe cemetery uear Williams. Jose
phine Co, Oregon.
Tbe f nneral servioes were conducted
by the writer,
W. A. HEARD.
Blue Prints Made
I will make Blue Prints o
any tract of land In tbe
Lakeview Land District, and
do abstract work. Call or
W. B. SNYDER
Lakeview - . Oregon
At M. E. Church, Sunday A. M.,
March 28. Subjeot, Special Servfea
for Elderly people. Sunday evening.
Choice a Necessity.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening'
at 7:30 o clock. Subject, Paul's
Testimony of tbe Gospel.
Bnth. "-tod Haw Alwan BongH
Belts for Ladies at B. & M'a.
A few years ago 110,000 were invest
ed in durum wheat which was sowed
in a country where one steer required '
20 acres for bis support. Fite years
later 3,000,000 acres of this land was
sown to durum wheat and ' produced
over 5,000,000 bushels. An invest
ment of 1 0,000 in tbe beginnicg
brought forth a crop worth 10,000.000
in approximately five years Oregon
ha many thousand of acres of land,
part of which is producing a crop
every two years and part is support
ing a few steers, and much of the 1 have listed some of tbe r-est
Oregon land that can- be devoted to Ranches, Timber Lands and Town
such purpose lies within the confines property in Northern California, k
of Lake county. The homeseeker ; country that ia bonnd to improve rap
will make a note of this fact (Idly. Alturas. California.
Dealer In Real Estate
THIS IS SAID
TO HELP MANY
Get from any prescription pharma
cist tbe following:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one half
ounce Compound Kargoo, one ounce;
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Shake well In a bottle aud take a
teaopoonful dose after each meal and
at bed tima.
The above ia considered as tbe
most certain prescription ever written
to relieve Backache, Kidoey Trouble,
Weak Bladder and all forms of Uri
uair ditticulties. Tbe mixture acta
promptly ou tbe elimioative tiasues of
the Kidneys, enabling theui to filter
and straiu tbe urio acid and other
waste matter from the blool which
Some persons who suffer with tbe
affilictions may not be inclined to
place much confidence in this simple
mixture, yet those who have tried it
say the results are simply surprising,
fie relief being effected without tbe
sliubtetit injury to tbe stomach or
Mix some and give it a trial. It
certaiuly comes highly recommended.
It ia the prescription of an eminent
authority, whose eutlre reputaton, it
is said, was established by it.
A druggist here at home, when
asked, stated that he could either
supply the ingredients or mix the
prescription for our readers, also
reoommeds it as harmless
et $$$4 taaaaajiajiaat,
Watch This Space I
I For Bargains.
t 200 acres of .and, with in 3 miles of Lakeview e
has good standing timber and plenty of
water on it. This a school land assignment,
and can be had for 3 per acre.
I HOMESTEAD RELINQUISHMENT 80 p.cres. of which 30
acres will make good farm land when cleared of the timber
a now standing on it, and the balance is No. 1 pasture land.
There two good springs, and a large creek flow a through
2 xnepiace. i ne county roa. passes airectly by the bouse,
on wbicb there Is a daily stage, The improvements consist S
of only a small house and barn. This tract is within six 3
? and one-half miles of Lakeview. There is standing timber
sufficient for at least 2.000 cords of wood. This Is the very
plaee for some one who wants to work and make good liv-
- v Ing while improviug tbe claim. For obvious reasons the
S owner wishes to dispose this claim at once, and unless this
S relinquishment Is secured within the next thirty cays, this s
offer will be withdrawn. Call on, or write us for price, if
I PACIFIC LAND COMPANY,
Offices, Bank of Lakeview Building:, .
I LAKEVIEW, - - ORECION. i
The LIVERPOOL, LONDON &
Gl-OBE Fire Ins. Co. Don't
have the neighbors condole
rwlth you after the fire. Be pro
exact DroDortlon with the 11a
The BestMeals in Town-Try 'Us.
Bakery ln connection. Fresh Bread Daily
C. E. LONZWAY, Propreltor
Pumpa Water, Huns
Chops Feed, Etc
State vour need.
'rite for oatalog. Mantion pupar
K tected.NOW. The coat 1 ln
T flHnrVri blllty. The higher the rate, the less you,
nffrtril in lu) wlthmit, it.
- - - v hi iiunit iwi
. AIMI11WH ir.lftBIAiyKa UiiAt uu ariMUUlTT..
aa an Individual, can
FAIRBANKS. t.IORSE & CO.
Red Livery Barn
M. 6'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Rigs and tJJvV50' Special A ceo mm o
Fancy Teams dations
to Let -aSSSr For Freighters
Corner Canyon and Main Sts, Lakeview, Ore.