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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
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TURNER. O BAILEY 1
Central Meat Market
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
' wholesale and retaiu
gUILDlNQ NORTH OF HOTEL LAKEVIEW
fenplDF. of Pslntvllle, KyM
Kiwi Id Lakevlew. '
...i-. .tut, with a view
J, Vocation that would suit
-llosd lo,"'"r I" n
3m. Hot now that he Is here,
Hnt Iniiireslsona, which
"(Tiinwwl op by d"" analysis
i 1 " .1.1.....
f l, ti Inclined
a Andrs in. wlfs nd daughter
yr, AoJ"",u ""d DW 'rother,
Uranus ik. '" bought the
Llmiid Mara nu me ntn
rd Mhb experienced farmers
Tha r,XH'"iner mi
here, pro and
to think that
their antna loari.ri
besides the baseball
it faK Ft I
hi, ids t''"""" "
Latiucb imi'Ii t" Lake County.
attention. (!arrol waa .
rrmi mm. t l .. ..
i-jV 7 ' B' return
rent of the boys a,,., MrfMI(ul 0
disease, and had to be fumigated
their return home.
Hogs and Alfalfa
There la no qnentltiti hut that the
fanner who ha an alfalfa racth can
uialce Ills mooey In Oregon lu raising
,., Aden. f sud little dttiigb- the Portland market would bo iaht
rfitflill, KanaaB. arrived In like Hutllng the money, and would
,.,! i.uma In .fa, be lota lil-ttiar In.- - I.
lit i tsonsrama mine ; .tm naveu i an alfalfa i.htch iret
km Valley L-niiu vn. a uiit'(ii
r .. L 1 L . 1 I 1 t . M M.U
fill ptil IU nW UIIIV IIPlWTfM MWW
iMdrawluu. Kept. lit h, la letdlutf
iwiMlit by campliiB out aod
iiajiad DxliliiU. witb the view at
nniM He IU Hod plooty of
krilublf for Niioh a paiittme lu
innUliK where health oao tie
ha) to tba fill't extent.
d'Uot drink withont Fire
Cold drinks without Ice
tIE HntwhmnCAUWJS Botth',
I tblch tilvre m il H)'fiiiltiflr Im- !
VtJ MiiliH, Im ronatrnrttKl m
wlltririni'lilea fur tlir purpua of I
t il iitiini, hir a prolonged ix-rl-it
the Mine ti-miHTatorf In w hlcb
kiRpltfrd In the Ik it tie.
and a fuw trim. . .,,1
for It, you can houh ride lo
your own automobile.
The Journal of the Ptb inat aayi
i,ULlb ,,,,rllB"d market yeeterday.
JSW bead of fat hug brought the
faucy fltfure of ffi 15 p,.r joo. The
aale la tLe more intereetiDR because
the beat ure obtaluahla in the Chi
mru market the eame lay was I7.C7W
Ibe high prlne la the aiim of anarclty,
and the acarcity la tne oft told tale
of Oregon ' failure to feed bereelf.
Moral : Haiae boKtl
It will .Sep contents hot thirty
warm tun anH m Ii If
Vl' t will keep contents ice-
M threj and a half days and
'Q live da s.
A. L. THOKNTON,
Lakevlcw, . Oregon
Oregon Hustler Here
Ad.llMou Itfimeli, the well known
hihI nl.le edlmr of The Itellee Opto
mlet. ami n-preeftituiivc of the 1'ort
lund Journal. M in town and ad-dreem-d
thellonrd of Trade luat eve
UliK on the (jii.-Htion of the aUtecou
eiriirlliiK I'" own latlrouda lu aw
tloua now uejili'ited by railroad
luuicuattM. There Is do one better
poeted ou thia matter than Mr. Ben
nett, aud we aliall gives report of
Ida adrtrtwa lu our next laaue.
Stein lllocb clothing
Hpeaking of tba uoal vein in Jack
eon County, the Central PoW Her
ald By: "The coal la alruoat a sol
Id formation. It is only a qoeatlon
of daya. Heavy blocks weighing tons
are lound. The dip of the rein is
gone, aud the formation leads straight
back under the bill. As a paying
proportion, tbe coal mlues are eatatb
Untied. The product ouly bwhU
tiaiieportatiou aod that la in sight".
We eau fill your order for doors sod
windows. B. ft M.
Au obaervent farmer eaya that tbe
raiu we bad Tueaday aud Wedueaday
wen junt like gotug out aud Hudiug
a big red automobile In bis buru with
bis owu aii;nature enrvaved oa tbe
nauteplate. We hope be will get a
crop big enough tbia fall to got that
auto and if you have anything left
get tbe editor one. tool
c Kin $
If you in-ed a
Watch, Clock or
It will pay you to wait for
CARPENTER. &. SON,
All k n.le "f r-iRtrtnK
K. Viii r 'i u itiHir lo i otoiado DuKl
Lakevliw, - Ortpa
HH s$e5ie 4 J.3m5
Vatch thfs Space
SCHOOL LAND ASSIGNMENTS
WM, r ?M2 M ' at"f
W the?01'' 80 ,U" ol
UIoif!U(M,t,,ttPfc which la
Ml,afc"Vtw L'!.. wltb some
k. Ki11'" ta laud does
i'ihJMiou toproduc a
,lfePro l.r,4,M, This la an
tauite;.!1.260- t,fth. balanoe aa
Jl.L. .-""UU BCIIOllI lanl .
aiwlimnieDt for S'-M aews, looatod lu
the Warner valley, and is bench land,
but exoelleut pasture Isnd. (
This tract la lower lu elevation
than Lakevlnw. but there 1- no
water hare for IrriRatlon.
aaiue would have to t umd either as
pasture land or lor dry land crops
The price ol 94. Pr acre will J"?1"
you In buylna: this lor a speculation.
Half caah will baudletbe above prop
erty, the balance as or stale terioa.
Further particulars nvarxhrj elth
erof the above properties wUl o"
furnished upon application to,
PACIFIC LAND COMPANY,
Office, Bank of Lakevlew Bulldlnr.
LAKEVIOW. - - - OREOON.
Msyor DslUy end family left Sun
day nioralng with W. H. Shirk In tbe
rM01, '""""h Kslls to take la
, R"ir?'1 "r " koiwr will re
tnrn thin w-k but Mrs. Bailey and
I.Vu'T rM1 !r K o Portland
snd Hast 1. on a vll.t. Tbey will be
Rone abw.t ix aee k.
H. V. H. n Ii s and daogbter, Win
ifred, of New Vine (i,.
tnrougb Lakele M-ndav. unrnnt.
ntagne. t'ulii.. HI as avlail sakltlw
Kelton Uunthi r "nth a
mother and Mae lUrnes started to
Klamath Falls last I ri Uy to take In
Bertha Reynolds wa
psasenger on tbe wetUi
day morning. 8he Is golrg afteod
ins reativitles st Klamath Falls dur
ing Railroad Day.
Miss Elale Post baa gone to Ft.
Bidwell on a vitlt wltb ber grand
mother. She accompanied ber nnole
W. L. flickerson.
wsiter Untton spent lsat week with
nis psrents at Davis Creek.
W. L. Ilickeraon. of Knrt RMil
Calif., was In town Moodsy. He says
thst tbe crop prospects of all kinds
sre fine over there, and that there
"111 be a record-breaking crop of
The Alturas Plaindealer of tbe 11th
ssya: Mian Daiay Bmitb, so long
with tb Plaindealer and later pub
lisher of tbe Lakevlew Herald, re
turned home from Oakland lat week.
J. S. Kelaay was down Satcrday
W. M. Currier and brHs, of Pals
ley, arrived in loan Monday aod left
on Tueiiday'e auto for Alturas, en
route for Hanford, California.
Mrs. J O. Metzker bas gone to
Cedarville for a three week's visit
Mrs. Frauk Hackney bas disponed
of the Miler board iug houae to Mra.
Mr. Dr. Boyd has gone to Klam
ath Falla on a vialt aod to be pres
ent on Kailroad Day.
Master Alfred McCoul la learning
tbe Jeweler's trade of F. 1. Uoutber.
Carl E. ttax, of tbs leesl firm of
Hewitt A. Bax. Albsay. is in town on
nuHlneaa connected witb bis profes
H. C Scbimp, of Kansas City, wss
up from Alturas Baturday.
J. M. McNelly and family, of
Dallaa. Texas, arrived in town
W. P. "Dad" Hervford is back
from bla trip to Santa Rosa, aod
otber California points. He saya
that matters are not too good in tbe
Ci olden Btate, aod tbat tbe early
froets and dry weatber have very ma
terially out down frnit aud otber
W. F. Paine returned Friday from
a trip to "tbe city", which, ioas
mucu as tbia sectiou is a California
annex, means in plain English San
Merchant Sprague, of Paisley, was
in town Thursday.
J. C. Oliver was In Sal order from
his West Side da ry rsuch.
Geo. Coon waa down Thursday
Judge Lionel R. Webster, of Port
land, will deliver tbe oration at Pen
dleton tbe Fourth.
City Marshall Tooniogsen went
to Paisley for a short visit. During
bis absence bis oulce was in tbe bauds
of Mr. Barker.
The Ontario Optimist of tbe 0tb
inst says: A. F. TonoiogBeu bas
goue to Lakevlew. Ore., tn spend the
summer and if things look good to
bim, may atay there permanently.
Mrs. Tonniugeen la visiting for tbe
present in the Willamette valley.
L. A. Carriker. the West Side
successful egrittultuiist. was transact
ing business lu town yesterday, Mr..
Canker accompanied blui.
Harry R. Porter sud (Jeo. A. Evans,
itftirsfton Nebraska, atrived ifi town
Tucadn.v to in vestibule wrjitious
aere for tbeir friends.
Mm. Cora K. IHd left for ashlsud
Sunday, -where abe will reu,1u ludeti
nitcly. Mr S. B. Auteu has psn to Klam
ath Ffellr to vlatt her niottier,
Ifrotu wautfreeh fruits aee Roy 0.
9r. !3oyd has moved Isrto his dne
uew residence in the riaw-rlock ad
dltlua. W. H. Wallace aud fasrtly are now
ocoopylUK the houae Jut wacated by
Dr. Boyd, ou Canyou St.
Jatwea Vinceut aud wife, of New
PlueOeek, were In town yeeterday
and tamde tbs Exsiuiner a pleaeaut
Mrs. V O. Creasler Is vlaHtiiK friends
and relatives la CedMrvUte.
Mra. F. I). rMllltb Uk her aon
flovd t I'aialey last wet, w here he
avlli aut'B'l tbe Hummer wltb bis
QUEEN QUA LITY
We have reoenty completed arrange
monts to put In a new line of women's
shoes. This shoo le the famous QUEEN
QUALITY. We have the exoluelve agenoy.
QUEEN QUALITY shoes are all that
good shoes should be. They fit to perfec
tion, have the style and are made of the
best materials obtainable.
Hardly an oooaslon can arise that the
makers of QUEEN QUALITY have not an -tlcpated
and prepared a style to cover It.
It will pay you to see this line.
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00
Lakeview Mercantile Company.
"Haveyou ootlcd tbe dry land
wbest of Baker on the foothills? asks
tbe Baker City Herald. "It will pay
you to take a goo I look at tbat and
begin figuring how you cau possess
a chunk of Baker c mnty's dry dirt,
for sooner or later It will be very vsl
uable." Aod, be tbe same token.kape
tbe eye of ye on tbe dry dirt av Lake
Coontv, bed ad I
A. E. Roacb. of Holdridge. Ne
braska, arrived Sunday by way of
Klamath Falla Mr Roach is very
much pleased witb tbe country and
is looking around witb a view of lo
cating in some line, or may conclude
to engage in ranching.
One of tbe things tbat bas hereto
fore stood in the path toward tbe
growth of Portland, and wbiob has
given ber rival, Seattle, prestige,
was the question of a deep water
channel over tbe bar of tbe Colubmia.
Tbat now is obviated, and tbe im
provements are working toward a 40
foot channel. So soon as tbat is as
sured, nothing can stop ber progress,
unless it should be tbe town of Van
couver, Washington, tbat stands right
on tbe Columbia and is tbe natural
gateway of tbe Great Inland Empire.
We have a large assortment of door
locks, dour bells binges etc B.AM .
J. W. ISENHART
la prepared to take orders to
Pure Milk and Cream.
Orders left at Ablstrom
Bros, will receive prompt
and careful attention
W. L. Douglas shoes
Lakeview Mercatnile Co.
for men at
s " Beat the Railroad To It
vnTM- nw an dav4 only. We oavei
tun nnn SHOO 19011. June 15tb,
. . . , I r. I. nrt.a
nnm H IM II . la 14. JUUV
We hav- some excellent timb. r prop
erties listed. Write us about -them.
They are a snap, sure investment. Tin
secured by 1st mortage on iw crsiCOuntrys supply of timber I being
rauch all improved, value jw, "(rapidly conaliined find prices
percent interest psyble annuaiiy-
102 interest due, June lotn. J nee.
-t-- -an hit liari now lor Sliu cuu
a-. Hnnnimuil these "Wire us, if
you waut these reserved."
hound to Increase.
100 acres, cheap land.110 fenced, bousri
and barn, rare meadow, luilaiieel
eraxhiK, 12 miles from Lakevlew,
Uomu timber ou It.'
bave.eome of the best homes in
lakevlew listed nlth us. Some
furnif.hexi complete, ready, to
Into at once, bath, etc
Dairy Ranch 360 acivs. Klamath
County 2 tiarns.one -room nouite,
lorchard and urood Kitnleti, "3K) acreef
lrriuatel. about 40 liead Rotid milcli
k'owa. on County road, telepuone.
communication, Z0 per acre.
J2800 UouBe, bain aod orchard, '.
acres. New Pine Creek 8 rooms,
frsme, good looatioa, oue third down,
lialaace, H per cent.
Hovlng Picture Show
Up- to -Date
days and bunaays
Two Shows each Night
At 8:00 end 9.00 o'clock
(MS FattMkS BalMlag, Lsksvbjw,
Aduiiaaiou 10 end 15 ctfi
twin For 3WW. L cash, posnea
Dlveii 2 weeks lot 60x275 &
larueuew barn.tieet of shade & fruit
iiat-h. mmolete. will include furnlturH
-tills one w1H be taken quick onH
bhck fro-m i 'urn rt House.
Prvc-rooiB luwise, trams; Rood tiarn,
can lie made over Into six or sev
m ntam bourns for 2U0. t acre of ex
client land 6 blocks froau Cmrt
Homw. Iioihw and barn alone cost
f 1.000; the land can be cut Into 10 lot
and re-sold at euolibTb to rfear the
place tbto 4s right in Uwn. Price
7.i-inm friimu hrm- Int. kt2S(I. barn '
ulomestead Keliuqiusbmena twa 100 KO()j ,lwll HiH )tst part of
acre tracts, only a short time necess town: bath, hot water: electric lights;
ary to prove np on. One bouse andiew,1ient (M.rtiin for a boardimr
barn etc UKJ. the otber 9Ji, ana,hniiKe: hint a block from ceuter of
176 acres Near New Pine Creek,
112.600. 1.000 fruit trees, all kiuds
of berries, and gardens truck, best of
water rights 6 room house, a tried
Stud proven fruit farm, oua third
down, balance 8 per cent.
J0. Modern 6-rooin Bungalow,
aew. all details complete, fenced, a
good bur. must close at once.
Houses, eltker to sell or rent are)
scarce la i.aaeview, ii
aa-Haii business we will amid pno
Vest hotel or store siu in town
Miir from Coart House, black east
of Main St Jt ia the wtmttin
property at end sf Street Ksw y oue.
In lati cannot help seeing it. S3 room
bouse. .Lot 77 ft front, 148 ft deep
i Int M i 275 ft. main atreet of tewn.
orcbaad. Una shad trees, ooe Uock
tmm eaiirt house. fflUUO. pari easn.
aurroundUtd by the Jaest homes In
01 I OCT
100 ncrec, 40 timber, 12 miles west of
'Lakeview, tin stae road. lioue
Imrn, capacity 8 head j0 acres fenced,
nood Rur.lon, 30 acres irniin. 4 livluK
iiMitfi) Includes 80 to 40 cord
wocal cut, all for $1600. cash. Tint-
price I'm low.
100 anres 'JO aores natural meadow
fenced, about 30 aores Hue timber,
tire spring, and coeek on tbe laud.
boueee about 3 rooms. If 1600.
U-room DouMe. frame, line shade, nail
block from court houae, and main
street, bath, electric lights, nice lawn.
rnlshed complete, l2.100, part cash.
fenced, part cleared.
town; all furnished, a inouey maker.
t-1000, part casli.
No. 3. 480acrea, north of Lakevlew
2n miles, on proposed rltrht of way oil
railway. 7-roou house, barn,capacJ
llty 100 tons of hay. 1600 sheep, 1001
aens under Irneatlon, two creekal
Vtohm the farm. Small orchard.. Beat
lot bay & ffraintand. Unlimited range.
HSMKXJ. The Imnrovenienes alone rep-
reitent 17000. Tbia will not be on the
Uauch 100 acres all fenced, good fori
rruit oi au ainns, also 40 to ou acres
Ifor Kralu, itear Ijakevlew oa countj
Iroad, spring; water all year, 6-room
houHc. 175 fruit trees 3 and t years old
f-13.500, half cash, balance I to 6Ll
Rauch of 140 acres 80 acres cleared 4
fenced, ou west shore of
(iooee 1-uke lu California, five mile!
from Ry. right of way. House and
tiarus, garden fruit trees.
fsprlng water, flifiO per acre. Thief
Is a real-rare-ln vestment. The own
ler Is forced to BeU. ,ltea t .the
Kailroad to it."
Are You a
We Usue policies for life, aooldent, tire
ana liability insurauce. Be prepar
tor tne inevitable rainy day. Acci
ints oiten nsppen, death la sure:
nres occur, in the course of huuiau
ieventa. Protect yourself.
Raalrfanna Lots Best location in
town 50 a J DO, Iiouu wuuaina re
.trlnrl.ina. Ita-7 t'tOO. 8 'io0 WfZOU.
... . .., l. 10 a-hi
aliM'K 1 also Vtut li law, at ia
BltK-k it Drenkels first aldtloa.
Ranch 160 aores 10 aores cleared.
all fenced, house aud a barn, both
practically new, this propoerty is In
the best of condition, 8 miles from
town, creek ruus through It. elsOO,
Branch Office, Plush, Oregon,
Joe Elliott. Mirr. Warner V&IImv
Oue of the lest chance to secure the
fnst going, Free goverumeut lands.
We locate tiersona on onl v thu lt. of
good lauds. Ask for particulars.
j2 o eioi-
JjfL Branches: Plush, paisley ii