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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1909)
LAKK rot'NTY EXAMINER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON. TIII'ltHPAY, APRIL 1. m
LA V W
is tin- Outfitting Point for
it is now on me verge oi mnvinu rai
cilitiis. It will receive an increase
thousand inhabitants (luring tlie coming sea
son. It is surrounded by the richest country
on the face of the glohc THE GOLDEN
GOOSE LAKH VALLEY.
DO NOT MISS
this last and best
chance to secure
Nice JO-acre tracts at $200.00, paya
ble $20 down and $10 per month.
These nro IDEAL PA RMS for Prult Raising,
II. Lair nod F. R. Hunch,
of Munch k Tgs"ey, of Alti.ii.H.
Calif, were iu town Prlda? and
attended a Hoard ' f Trade matting In
the Interest of Alluro, un airiitist
KlHintli Falls. Tim trad of Lake
view U worth looking after The
gpillmen favored tha Examiner with
a welRiiini call. 1
Mm, .1. I low rl and dnughter Mim
J ln. of Drews Taller, weie guests of
Mr. ii ml Mr. A. E. Chan several;
days the past week. ,
Vlrvil Conn, and Alex Randal), of i
Painley aere In town Saturday.
James MoDnririot and wife of the
went Hi le ware cullere In town Hat Urdu.
Culture, or Poultry g
We save you
nioii.y; and tiicn
care of vou. "
f LAKEVIEW DEVELOPHENT CO.
V Wrn.rdCiSUj.Mr. afcevieW, OregOn
MERCHANT WILL !0LD SOLDIERS RE
RAISE POULTRY NITE IN LAKEVIEW
- - l Leldy, of T'tugnnoxi", Kan
K. V.. A hint mm. of the firm of Alil-s.. arrived Haturday, via Klamath
trinii llros . Iin-i irone to Crooked I Falls.
Creek, and tukou up a homestead, ' Mr. Leldey it an old veteran of the
and .111 urow un with that rich val-! sixties, and was much surprised, as
lev. lie will ralae garden truck, fruit wan Register Waisou of theU. H. Lnd
and chicken i olllce to U-aru tuat they ha I been
Mr. AhUtroin. hv the wav la unite comradea in artne In the tame regl
an einert In noultrv matter. The I ment. the 12ith llliuola. They had
tt winter, while there waa an egg not met ai ce I HV. until they hap
Iriiiiiiif. iiuiixu UnwuiUr January aud i-ened to meet oil the slreeta of l.aki
I'elirti sty. from ouly 3'J hen he secur- view Monday and by omparlng rotes
e-l over lOOtL'ua which brought him , renewed old hrmiaiutriifthip.
Tun old geutlnman la crowding iU,
hut Is an purp' arul and energetic aa
a mau of M. lie likea.thia town aud
country and will locate here and en
gage in gatdeuiuir, and growing amall
frulta and will alito establlsn a
The Examiner waa triad to meet
him. aud lellevee be will make no
mistake In locating here and in en
agtflutf In tbia line.
fC! I rr dii.en.
We may le xlvlng the eiiap away
tut t he fenda hU heaa for one thln
idanty of aonked alfalfa leaves ablch
aonwera the an me purpiie aa (ireen
food and hesldea he has a hone cutter
and feeda them pleoty ot scrap iMina
and meat which he urlnda In the cut
ter beforo feeding.
(A FOe ikh
California I J
v mr ofcula at tf.;i mutt pi k j
THE CllHOMIA KYm
kM mul lu.iHO In d!rlbi It lo
II. t.nf st pih brlof ihpy trr ur
ton to IK hafl lu bof urtL.i.( tlx MU
air Ire, m cum. itiAjr.
TkrM bui! prli tn olhrti tot Ik
prmlurt of the rrd.
rum ik trti now t oof Ib4ui lot
prU and ( ul conic.
tori (ton Mas U lb Iim pcrtuiM.
Com U an4 unplc It
A. L. THORNTON,
Lake view, . Oregon
William II. Brown, down Newfldd
way, near Ithaca, N. V., has discov
ered that Itkiht green bouses make the
lieat kind of environment for bene,
because they lay more eKKa when the
hen houses are painted that color.
Urown, who has experimented with
the affect of colors on bens for some
time, says he finds that bis Hock of
bens lay from oue to three more
-UK a day since ne pni ffreen paior
on the henhouse. He uoticed no per
ceptable change with other colors be
The color theory ia tbBt the bena
should have the same color schema
in their wlnt-r environment as na
ture olfers In spring and summer.
New llnca tephyr ulnn
Iwili) 12 1-2 eta yard at
9 TiMtii M U
Pumps "Water, Kuns
Chops i ea, I'.tc
State your needs.
rlUforcaUlog. Mwition ajir
noving Picture Show
Latest and Best Licensed Service
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
C KM til MR "I KH A N J H H A I.KH. MJ,I;15
AU Harriott lu aiuuk ut ltIUUUi OitltOO,
Two Shows each Night
At H:(M and 11:110 o'clock
Odd rclliiwi Hulldlng. takevlaw,
AiIiiiihmIoii ID and 15 eta
viMITII ot HllCi rrwprletera.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. flowan were
called suddenly to lliiir I'rl'tny on
account of ,he aliirmiiiu 111 if Mia.
Mrs. V. L. KnellluK returned Friday
from her wiutir'a ojitirn iu l'Tiland.
N. A. Jensen ami wife are up from
New Fine Creek this week. Mr. Jsn
sen la now Hiving lietter electric
light service than thla town has bad
up to tb present time.
F. I). Kmlth returned Thurmlay
from his trip to Med ford, whe'e he
performed the lait sd rites tor his
Thou. Hherlock, who has been visit
ing his broMier In Alturas some weeks
has returned to Lakevluw.
Mr and Mrs. K. Woodcock, went to
New Fine Creek Haturde to attend
the aeddiug of her ueice. Miss Hat
tie MIHer. They returned Monday.
It. Cauiff, of Bevastpocl, Calif, an
old time friend of N. A. Jensen. ho
baa been viaiting the latter a couple
of weeks, returned to bia borne Mon
day. II was weli pleased with affairs
here and may conclude later to pre
roaneutly locate in Lskeview
Peter Anderson aud Chris Jensen,
of Quartz. Touliinime County. Calif.,
are in town looking for homes.
Ike Kent, wbo has been at Roue burg
for some weeks past returned to Lake-
view laat week.
W. D Duke, of Latrobe, Calif., is
In town. He is negotiating for the
W. N. Bimpson. of Ranta Barbara,
California, is here looking for land.
IVanlc Osborn. of Madras, cane
down to see a real toom.
F. O lellrnd L. P. llanseo of We
konda Ko Dakota are bere looking for
land They saw the rapid rii-e of that
btata and predict aa big a boom for
A. L. Goodman, o' the West Side,
waa a caller rriday. tie naa oeen
resident of Lake county for 30
years lie baa been away several
times, but never found any place that
suited him better, aub is now here to
F . L. Neakirk anived Sundty from
Natban Hmltb, of the ",0 ranch at
Lake Abert waa in town Sunday.
Three brothnera named Wilson, ar
rived Monday from Iowa.
A. M. Smltb, of New Pine Creek
the county fruit inspector was In town
Tucfdav. Mr. Smith has not found
time yet to give the hxaminer the
promised article on fruit culture
and its prospecta here, but doubtlesa
will be able to do ao soon.
8. Lane returned Wednesday
from hie tour of the sheep camps in
the Warner valley.
A. R. Heath, of Manchester, Iowa,
arrived iu town Tuesday, via Klam
ath Falls. He came out to look over
Al. .W Hope, of Reno, came up
Monday to see Lakeview. the rival of
Duke llnnuett aud D . L. flrown
were over from Warner Monday.
G RE AT clearancf SALE
SHOES SHOES SHOES
Ladies, Gents, Hisses and Child
dren's Shoes to be Sold Re
gardless of Cost.
Come and Look Over Our Bargain Counters.
MENS SHOES ... from $1.00 to $2.50 per Pair.
LADIES SHOES, - 1.00 2.50 44
M ISSES SHOES, - - . , " .75 1.50
CHILDRENS' and INFANTS' SHOES, .25" 1.00
Every pair must be sold in order to make room for
New Lines, which will arrive in a few days.
We have secured the agency for the
W. 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 150, 16 ft. alley $250-$275
Lots in Drenkel's Addition 50 x 150, 16 ft. alley $150-$ 175
Excellent wheat and general farming land near town
$15 per acre.
Wm. Sprague and wife, of Sterling,
Cailif., were arrivals Monday.
J. L. Doran, of Ruth, Nevada, ar
Geo.E. Morrill, wife and child,
of Los Angeles, are late arrivals.
Mr. Morrill ia a real estate man, BDd
baa bad wide expeilenca in that line.
He baa located permanently in Lake
view, aa be considers this a field big
with opportunities in bia line. He will
make a valuable acquisition to
our business men.
C. S. Smith and family, of Pica bo,
Idaho, arrived in town Thursday.
Mrs. C. R. Seager baa a stock of
the latest music at La Mode. Ordeis
prompt 'y filled.
Uua Ubde, la a new comer from
Missola, Montana, wbo baa secured
a homestead on See. C, 3D 18. ten
miles West of Lakeview Ha la well
satisfied wltb bia location.
SEAGERS REAL ESTATE
Jos. Elliott. Mgr
Town Lots, Ranch Property;
Houses to wll or Reut. If you
desire to eel I or buy list at once ::
Office on First floor
) Umbach Buflding
Ready Cash at time of death
tematkly nave for your declining yeara
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIFE INSURANCE CO. given
the Wife, Mother or Child
'real, absolute protection
or by au Endowment, and
The LIVERPOOL, LONDON &
OlOIJE Fire Ins. Co. Don't
have the neighbors condole
"with you after the fire. Be pro-
exact firooortlon with the
A very pretty wedding occurred at
New Fioe Creek, at 6 p. m.. March
28, at the home of the bride's parents,
when Mr. Henry Cook ana wus nai
tie Miller started off hand in hand to
make life's journey with the best
wishes of all for their happiness and
pronperity. Rev. Lue Henderaon
A Hoe wedding supper waa enjoyed
by about thirty relative and friends
of the btide and groom.
The following ia a list of those prea
ent and also of the useful presents
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wocdock, bureau
acarf and aland cover; Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Keller, 6 towels, stand cover and
ralile ilnen; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Funk,
table linen,; Hazel Miller, table
linen; Mr. and Mre. C Cook, bed
spread; Reggie Miller, cushion cover;
Mr. and Mra. Joe Reed, lace curtains,
brrv dlah and Dlatter ; Mr and Mrf.
U. Hammersley. set glaseea and p'ates ;
Mr. and Mrs A. E. follett, center
set and salt and pepper shakers; Mr.
and Mrs. J. U. Gentry, fancy shell;
Mr. and Mrs. tieo. Hammerley, center
set; Mr. and Mra. Jake Hammersley.
I acre of land; Mr. and Mia. ira
Smith, aauce disbea; Mrs. ixeear
and Bird Wade, oupa and saucers;
Mra. Mary Miller, bed room Bet,
carpet and stand cover; Mr. H. M.
Flenlng, clock; Mr. W. R. Eogle,
lamp; Mr. L. C. Vinyard and Lulu
Cannon, cups and saucers.
CARDS OF THANKS
We take tbia means of thanking the
good people of Lakeview wbo bave
been so kiud to us, during the illness
and death of wife and sister.
A. J. II AN BY,
Highest market price paid for lonj;
wool heep peltH, by the Lakeview
Mercantile 'o. 9J
Farmers need Lake County Land.
" .. V. v J
Blue Prints Made
I will make Blue Prints o
any tract of lind In the
Lakeview Land District, and
do abstract work. Call or
W. B. SNYDER
Lakeview - Ore eon
irmoreM"nll I'atternaonki talk. Uakot
h.n of a-'.v oth-r triV of naitr.fi.. This io am
' I of .f-.ir iirle, vecuracy ui t :mplcilr.
j !ir'-Bl!, tt.firlir 'Th (hirm F..hion)haa
I vtort .ai..riber it, it mmv olSr Ld-rs' Maf'tln. On.
f-v'. .u,r "iin w.k.. (. i. 50ri-m. latex
i BuuiO' r. cento. r.ff i:bscr;br gets McCall Fb
! Irn r'rer. &t,.r?e ti:dy.
J.. '---.H --,m,ot
. Iibri v i al cm C.f.li iic of bo do
J ii.n-i) m4 Premitim Cnto!n-'u showing 400 promiooul
1 .ree- AuUrtji THE McCALL COMraYwa.
Dealer In Real Estate
1 have listed some of the best
Ranches, Timber Lands and Towu
property in Northern California, a
country that is bound to improve rap
idly. Alturas. California.
Bargains fn shoes at Lakeview
ALL DISTRESS FROM
Take your aonr atomach or maybe
. . . . 1 -TV 1
you call It indigestion, uyepevniu,
Uastritia or Catarrh of Stomach; it
doesn't mattre take your atomach
trouble right with you to your roar
maoist and ask him to open a 50-cent
case of Pape'a Diapepain and let you
est one 22 grain Triangula and see if
within live minutes toere is leu any
ttaoe of yorr atomaob misery.
The correot name for your trouble
ia Food Fermentation food aouriog;
tba Digestive organs become weak,
tbere ia lack of gastric juice; your
food is only half digested, and you
become affected with loss of appetite,
pre-sure and fullness after eating,
vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping
In bowel?, tenderness in the pit of
atomaob, bad taste In mouth, con
atipatlcn, pain in limbs, belobing of
gas, billiousnesa, nervounsess, dizzi
ness aud many other similar sym
ptoms. If your appetite is tickle and nothing
tempts you, or you belch gas or if
you feel bloated after eating, or you
food liea like a lump of lead on your
atomaob. you cau make up your mind
that at the bottom of all there Is but
one cause fermentation of undigested
Prove to youraelf, after your next
real, that your Btomcab ia aa good as
any; that there ia nothing really
wrong. Stop tbia fermentation aud
begin eating what you want without
fear of disoomfort or misery.
Almost lnstaut relief ia waiting for
you. It ia only a matter of bow soon
you ta ke a little Diapepisu
vests at 4
All kinds of Laos Curtains at B and
tAotoil WftW. The cost la in
.im Tha iiirhr tha rate, the less you. as an Individual, can
ftaaaei o a - - s w
afford to be without It. d.
CASTOR I A
For Infant, and Children.
The Kind You Hai3 Afwajt Bough!
Watch This Space
640 acres of unicproved land for
$6.50 per acre. There is in this tract
640 acres o' good, even, valley land,
situated in the famous Warner valley,
within less than one quartet mile
fiom the Warner lake. This is a sage
land, interspersed with blue joint.
ouncb grass, etc., and on the lands ;
i . : . ) xl. L 1 - I 1 .
'-""b Ti V vT-- Vok time, and we do not hesitate to say
good crops of blue joint hay -each tharwltbin the yMr there will be 250
year. Th a land would without do and cuUiv8tiug
produce all the different graina, and th d. " ., "J
other dry land crops without irriga- Th9 tract caQ fce had at ,hu timJ
desirably located, and we predict,
that with the settlement ' of the
; country and cultivation of the lands
: here, tbis land will Hod a ready mar
, ket at t'25 per acre, and that without
! improvement. tSTS
Toe valley wbre tbu land is sltua-
! ted. is beiug rapidly settled at tbis
the water level of the lake.
The county road and the permanent
R. R. survey passes through this
tract, and it is almost suriounded by
deeded land, and ia in every way
for $6.50 per acre, terms, half cash,
balance for Hve yeara at 8 per cent.
Tbis is positively the best invest
ment that we know of, and to aeethia.
will mean to buy it.
$ PACIFIC LAND COMPANY,
LAKEVIEW, . - - OREGON.
aTaaTatla AAtSaaZa t?r taialaela Ufo&tlk&tiZfofo?iZtZ4l
The BestMeals in Town-Try Us.
BflkerV n connection. Fresh Bread Daily
J C. E. LONZWAY. Propreitor
Red Livery Barn
M. O'SULLIVAN, Prop.
New Riga and t?Sj?V'"4Ii special Accommo
Fancy Teams yO dations
to Let fSSS7 For Freighte rs
Corner Canyon and Main St5, Lakeview, Ore.