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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1909)
1.AKK COl'NTY KXAMINKK. LAkF.VIICW, ORl'.tlON, Till KSIa, A Phil, 1. IIMH)
TFe Success of Business,
Depends on Fair Methods and Reliable Merchan
dise. Without these, this store could not have be
come one of the foremost of its kind in the county.
Satisfaction is the foundation of our system.
We stand behind every article we sell.
We GUARANTEE Our Prices.
Come to see us;' Make our store your headquarters; every
courtesy and a cordial welcome are yours.
At present we are closing out our entire stock of Ladies
Muslin Underwear. They are on display in our north win
dow. See the prices:
Ladies' Drawers : Ladies' Skirts & Gown:
the big Hitch to be onto) In convey
ing the waters of Peep Creek to the
power tt or the big electric iUut lo
he limtHllntt by Natwick and Irwin of
Kuddlcrock Restaurant nevir rinsed.
Short order a it'ially. l'ionit
and efficient service, htf.
ew ) it (iik I it ehort order
rvKiuiiruiit. In churir)' of Mm, M.
Whorton inn) MIhm 1 1 utile Nyswanei.
The Kdlson phonograph and 4 nilii
ule record at Thornton's. Price .'I0,
riO and ft'-V 10 I r.
IV) not fail to see bargain counters
Ht Lakeview Mercantile Co.
Naddleroek Kt'tdnuraut inn er t'loHiii.
Short urtlurd h specialty. rronit
hihI etllnent service. Htf.
Tuesday, April 6, '09
Wednesday, April 7, '09
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
To tht Public: Tie report having
been circulated about Lakeview Hint
the Odd IVIIows llnilding which Is
occupied ly the Arcadia Theatre in
initiate, I hnve taken the pntna to
hnve same inspected tir competent
mechanics who hnve made (he follow
ing report :
Lakeview, Oregon, Mar. VMf
To whom it mny concern :
We the undersigned median Ich, biiv
Inir prrt-onallv itixpcctcd tlm (ilil
Fellows Kiilldlug, Ijitkevlew, pio
nounee the same to le In good eon
ilition imd perfectly snfe for the pur
poHe for which it Is now occupied.
Win. W.M.I. AUK
W. J. SI' KM J K
M. U. II Alii.
Regular 75c values now 50c Regular $1.25 value, now 75c
$1.00 ' ' 63c 44 1 .75 44 44 I.25
1.25 1 4 4 4 75c 14 2.50 41 44 1.75
1,50 44 4 1. 00 44 2.00 Gown, 44 1.2s
1.75 4 4 44 1.25
Mr. M. Whortnn ami MImm llnitU
Nywi'r have opened the Stnr Re-
1 tiuirunt. nt New Pine Cn-ck. Short
orders served at nil hours.
Slid l.tnl Manure WnnliHl
Will pity tlf ( cent pi p load for
each full Ii id il of limiimv ilellviTi'd nt
! the corner of Luke nud Klin t-trvlUi
Mn-nkil'M Addition, from now unill
April 10, 1'JOit. Now u.'i liu-y nnd
clean up your bnrti y ranis. No tin
cutis or rubbish w tinted.
II. W. Phe.nk :i .
Middle aged litdj: experienced
I teacher, desires country school,
i Teaches pipuc. Address Kxaminer.
Str3nCFS m Lake view are invited to call at my store
for any information they wish to gain. My services are free,
and I will be pleased to answer any and all inquiries.
CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS
. Business Local or Readers Inserted in this
emu in u of whatever description lo cents a
Hue for eaeh insvnion.
The cla.aflied advertisinji eoluiuj afford the
greatest mark- t fur uod articles. Vou can
butiu cash fur anything of value.
cation predicts a ereat future for the
Golden Goose Lake vallev. lie ex
pects a lot of bis neighbors will also
locate here. Mr. Brockelsby is an
experienced contractor and builder
and should do well here.
New lines embroidery
and lacea at
It is currently repotted that Fred
Reynolds, now a full fledged phar
macist, la to return from Salem and
enagge in the drug business with Dr.
Summer silks Foul
ards cbautungs, etc. at
The Examiner office has been the
scene of bantling and activity the
past week In addition to getting
oat oar regualr issue we have put in
type and printed a special edition of
10000, copies of "The Oregou Land
News," the organ of the Board of
Trade, and besides have turned out
qaanities of first class jub work.
Lakeview may not know it, but in
the Examner this town has oa9 of the
most up to date printing estauiisn- fur real estate men are all busy as
ments in Oregon. bees. The Examiner is helping them
, . . , I as all acknowledge.
I be town dads will bare a big mil
of damages on their bands if they do Our ready made clothing is up to
not take steps to fix up the sidewalks date BI"1 ot the be8t tailoring. B and
of the town. An elderly lady from !
Paisley bad a fall on Water street last i
week that wiht have resulted serious-! Al. Cheney is building a fine cot
ly and at cost to the community. ! t8e n wet St. He is lucky, aa t.e
yui um luiuuer mat. ian. .uw, uuus
can be had.
) Walla from May 5tb to 9tb. An inter
eating prorgam is provided. Teachers
who cau do so will profit by attend
i Tuesday and Wednesday, April 6
nnd 7 are opening days at La Mode.
I A swell line of Imperial SHU novel
' ies at B and M.
! Iteal barainH in sum-
i mer dress goods and
! irank Ciunther, the tire chief of
Lakeview, has gone to San t rancicso
no business for the department in way
: of purchasing a hose and cart, and
1 also to select a moving picture ma
, chine for the Snider Opera House.
j Our Persian Silk Batiste Dress pat
terns are swell. B and M.
MUST BE SPRAYED
All farmer or trtiit growers in
Lake county are hereby notified triat
under the state law it is Imperative
that all fruit trees should be sprayed.
For that reason fruit growers uuixt
obtaiu proper appliances in order that
such work cau bo done during the
period previous to budding in the
epriog. It is known that two danger
ous fungus growthH already have
found lodgement In the county.
Spraying will destroy all i-sects nud
fungus growth. All fruit growers will
observe this oiiiclai notice, and coin
ply with the requirements of the law,
Hated, New Pine Creek, Ore., Deo,
A. M. Smitb, Inspector.
Suits and Shirks
For every occasion
Tho popalar Fi'iiccss or liip
lcst cll'cct in these stun
Ivxquisitc creations in the
A Dazzling Array of
Awaits Your Inspection
The colois are rich and rare, and their beauty at
tracts the eye on every side.
The latest Songs and Instrumental Music
always on hand
Buy Lots In Watson' Addition
Before you buj lota any where in
this ticinity aee tnose in Watson's
addition. Close to busiuess center.
! of Lakeview. X tf.
hJan Dalrymple. of the West Side,
baa our thanks for two monsrtrous
brook trout. They were the
aeucious we ever tasted. The young
man is the adopted sou of Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Carriker.
Men's golf and n gllgee
BmtiUi Km You Haw Always BaugM
The town is alive with straugera,
and where they all manafte to find
shelter is a mjstery to every one.
The school censns is rapidly in
creasing. One family of 12 and so
other of 7 children arrived this week
to grow up with the country.
J .C. Lrockleuby, of Santa Barbara,
'Calif., arrived in town Saturday and
is so much taken up with this town
and countiy that be has concluded to
permaneMy locate here, and will send
for bis family later, lie finds the
country much better than be expected,
and being familiar with what has been
done in a sage brush country; where
o much water is obtainable for irrij
We will have best Ladies and Gents
shoes in America very shortly. Lake
view Mercantile Co.
The local histrionic talent is prepar
ing to give a play "Between the Acts"
for the bench of the PublicL library,
date to be announced later.
Highest market price paid for long
wool sheep pelts by Lakeview Mercan
tile Co. 9 tf.
Dress patterns in Mousseline
at B and M.
All over laces and -- .
trimniiniiH, new design r4&x
and coloring at mjj
James Metzker says be is to start
np bis saw mill at once on Camas
Prairie. It is too bad for those de
siring to build that be did not run
t-h. mill nil winfrA I m i tit .
uiui 1De ma wen uoia iNugget says
" The Joint County and The Inland J0Dn tsrown and Billle Bioadua took
Empin Eleventh Annual Teacher's I tbeir departure Monday for Deep
Convention will be held at Walla Creek where they will start work on
Notice lor Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Uiegon,
Mirch 9, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that Perry
W. Banister, of Paisley, Oregon, who
on May 8, HKTi, made Homestead
JuoiKntrv Xo. 9iitH. Hrinl No. OI7l. for
mOSt I (jiiT .., uh' .,i a., Tl T
3IS., R. 18 K., NW quarter NW quar
ter.. Sec. 4. N half NE quarter, Sec
tion 5, Township 35 S. Kauge 18 H
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make Final five year
proof, to establish claim to the laud
above described, before Register and
Receiver, at Lakeview. Oregon, on
the 7tb day of May. I'.KX).
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charley Harmon, Earnest Matchers,
John Eldnr, J. 11. Banister, al) of
A IMG. J. N. Watson, Kegister.;
The latcist novelties in
i belts and combs tit
PR Government Land
in the FAMOUS WARNER VALLEY.
Homesteads and Desert CJaims
in Lake County, Oregon.
Thousands of Acres of the Finest Grain and Fruit
Lands on Earth can be secured now, FREE !
Do Not Lose This Last Opportunity !
Scandinavian and German Spoken.
For Particulars, apply to JN0JcPaN ""
PACIFIC LAND CO., ,:AoKRva,oENW'
tle for I'ublicmtloa.
Department of the interior U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
March 23, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that UtAJKUb
W. DUNCAN, of Lakeview, Oregon
who, on December 1. 100.'!, made
Homestead Entry No. :S1&3 (Serial So.
01175, for 8 half SC quaiter, NE
quarter SE quarter. Sen,. 31, SW quar
ter MW quarter, Heotlon ;rj, Towusnip
W 8., Range 22 R, Will. Meridian,
baa Bled notice of Intention to make
Final Ave vear Proof, to eatabllsb
claim to the land above described,
before Register and Receiver, at
Lakeview, Oregon, on the 4th flay oi
Claimant names as witnesses:
Prank Paxton, Frank Wilson, Ed
Fitzserald. and R. A. Hawkins, all
of Lakeview, Oregon.
ATazv j. n. waison, itngisier.
OREGON MAP SALE
Full colored Sectional
flap of Oregon.
Price 50c while they Lust.
Shows nil surveyed lands, by sec
tions, and every Important stream
and divide, Townships aud Range
plainly marked. :: :: ::
Also shows all Land Grant Iands,
and haatheOKUON fHLITARY KOAU
(Jrant complete, by sections. Inval
uable to anyone who now Is or ex
beets to be interested lu lauds lu
southern Orison. :: :; ;: ::
Entire output of this map owned by
HUNTER LAND CO.,
831 Chamber of Commerce,
i Portland, Oregon.
Bunch (k Tussey
We carrry a full line of Fresh Fruils, indludins
jOranges, Lemons, Bananas, Ap
ples, also all kinds of Nuts.
Vegetables, such as
Celery, Cauliflower, Onions and
irresnrisn, oysters, viams, raDS.
If your merchants do not handled
mis ciass oi goousygeimenDusy.
B Goods delivered In one day Lo Lakeview.
2 BEEF, MUTTON. RORK. ETC. I
BUILDINGS NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVIEW
LAKEVIEW - - OREGON
O. D. ARTHUR, Pmof
The Largest Livery and Feed Stable In Southern Oregon
or Northern California. Horses Hoarded by the Day, Week
or Moutti. KjMclal Attention (Jlveu to Transient Stock