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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
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rou co nor Anow what things you may
run across until you comoand you are al
ways suro of finding plenty of new things
here. Our summer Dress Goods are sel
ling fast. New, desirable patterns have
been added to our stock recently. The op
portunity for selection today will not pre
sent itself to you tomorrow. We therefore
urge you to come today. We are closing
out lines of summer goods at 12 1-2 cents
a yard which are worth 20 cents, and
Ginghams at 8 cents that are well worth
12 1-2 cents and other lines equally low.
Dont miss the opportunity.
CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS
n. ........... I .,-: ,.r Kt K l-rf InnTldt
en!iini!iif whv.M-r I- i-riii:.n 1 rents
tint- f'r -ch lii riu.ii.
Th.1 r..o 1 ' . .'r:i-:n. roium. Aft-Kr-t.-t
inrkit f.-r 'i.'H rti-.-. Vi
Prineville brand of cigars is a uoul
in thi thing and the smokers of thic county
are proving it every day.
Peter Sohuttler farm uattous
arrhed. J. It. Auteu i Co.
otice to Suhcrlbrr
SutuK-riuors to 1 :ir KismUu r ho remove
. In. in ,nt- ..h ali'v t. mi.nli. r. or rhancv
ilinr .t.iRii't- .l.lf. -!i."i: 1 r.-m.'inb. r
"1ro. this nrhce cur.'. o in. ir fHvt 11 .
dri')i .l t.i i nv r:fcht :...'
It now begins to Link as though
Lakenew ..uli hum nave a "Lail-roa-l
Hay" t oe let rut e. the fame as
l.a.-s Iffu t lie cu.-i? thU week with our
neik'hl.oi in' city uf Ivlumat h Kail.
The Pavilla Family are no.v at
Adi ii. overt!, line bea led "his way.
ioo.l' They will he wtlcottie.i lu
Lakt vi i' .
The O. V. I.. t'o's niill cu C'nt
tounoocl is now in full blast tettiuij
c:iit tin ier tor tie dam and flumes.
S'uti nieii ! fr"li burne 1 line at
i! cat: ii A Kvllt-y's. north L.ikevieiv.
5 .Men s oxrc.rds at La-kn'w Meroau
'1 here will Le services at the Al. K.
Ci.'itrh S in iny til oi u i u fr the
Tie tui-'-l.dl toninuenl beius July
J:i i iot f ir.'t te date, and be
t ire t:. i-oit.e 1,- ie with your Ue-t cirl.
The Court li ii-e crounris lire i. o i
wirro'iu led bv a hroa i cement wall:. .
The tr.ad of tt sme seems goQ'i to.
us eveu thuua.li it Ji I jjive us a mom (
entary twinre of home sick feeliiik', tr
good old .Minneapolis!
Hi Lakeview Met cantiie
' The Southern Oregon Kenlty Co
this week sold a bungabi iu New
Fine Creek to C. K. Williams, ho
purchased it as mi in vestment.
i Cracks in floors may he. neatly aur1
permanently tilled with a paste
made from old newspapers, rlour,
alum and water, thoroughly boiled
According to the federal Inrenj of
industry MS per cent of the cattle of
the United States are ailiietccJ with
1 Large shipment of potatoes just re
, ceived at Lakeview Mercantile Co.
Wheat and rolled barley at Luke
view Meicuntile Co.
Klamath Falls reports real estate
activity, usually so on the commie
i of a railroad, but as Pat tayi: "It's
; the afteiwarua tbBt hurts!" Either
j et luto a real estate deal first, or
' wait for the slumo to CHtch the tiet
Battlion Nelson has bought a ranch
at Lirermore, Calif , and will con
vert it into a hot; rauch, and expect-,
to "make a lot ot money." Uattlini:
is tinbt, and others cun follow iiii i x
ample with profit for ttemselves.
The Portland Journal eays that
from a few rows ot lotauberry viues
across their one lot last seasou a Co
juille family sold JoO worth of ter
ries. The prospects for this seasou'g
crop are m good or better than last
year. By the way have you a few i
locan or other lierry tushes in your j
ho lie lot, Mr. Lakeviewmau?
l ocket, he cntue In and thauked The
Kxamtiior limn fr Imomtnii the ooun
tit so tie could Mil tits property at a
loir iTidlt, Mild then stopped his
paper, as he I Kolnit atvayl The
editor natural It beoomea cynical,
ml nou If n I thr-re U audi a thing
aa gratitude lu the world.
Kef. Smith .of New Pin Creek, Is
sivin to take up his Mm de in the par
otiage and tl'l the Hsptl, t pulpit.
Tlje new paster of the M. K.
Church, Mr. C. H Keeo, la hoi lluu
meetings every night this week.
A. C. Mills, proprietor of the Mills
Lodging llcuse received 40 new and
complete bed jresterdafy, and Is now
prepared to take good care of nil who
come His way.
Prof. Hue lis n ii on and a party from
Kagle tirove, Iowa, arrived Thursday
and at once went out to l'Tagstatf
lake, Warner Valley to look after
their iuteretss out there, and to take
the initial steps .u an Irrigation en
terprise for lands immediately ad
joining that lake. The Kxamlner
hopes to have toll particulars for
publication at a later date.
The name applied to the ('river sf
the whl cart is a French word and
is spelled chauffeur Imt Its recognized
P.ugllsh pronunciation Is Sho fer,
with the sound of o long as in the
word gopher. It is not at all nee s
sary to tw ist your face into all sorts
of shape lu order to get the French
pronouuclat lau. j
P. H. Cro, of Los Angeles, the
leading spirit iu the Southern Mage!
Co., operating between here and Al-j
turas, was In loan last week, with a
Mitchell auto, which be has placed
on the run. and will soon add more!
machines of the same make to that
line, and will also place them en the
route from here to Klamath Falls. I
He makes a rotiud trip lastly between
here auil Alturas each day, w hich is j
a big chauge from the atage coach ,
pace aud will be appreciated by the,
I.. C. Hecicwltli and A. Q Kellc.v. j
of the i iuldrerg; tn iui'M, are iu town.
Mrs. IUi Ikt li ft hi the auto etdc
yeMti-rda.v ihmhi lor AltuniM, to meet j
ln-r ibiilrf'rr Porothy who is return '
inc lioiin1 frniii hcIiooI at Sjiii I'niii-
cisco. Mr. Harrow accompanied 1
Mr. 15 lei. cr.
Latest things In nieu'a wear at
Lakeview .Mercau t lUJCo.
The Klamath Fx press has this to my
of the company to show iu Lakeview- !
druing the Fourth: The Margearet'
lies Co. more than made good ls-r
night in "Sturck Oil," and though'
it diew the smallest house the com
puny has hu.l it was a most apprecia- (
live audience The specialties wete
good, especially the singing and
dnnclug by Mis lUiiitnond who has
captured Mm theatre (toers by hir
wonderful talent. ;
On the night of the 5th of July Itm
Arcadia Theatre will ulva Ha patrons
a ohau to draw a golJ watch ral
tied a '25 for adults, and a t" gold
piece for children. The achaiiie Is a
fair one lu tola: Hanker Mlder him
elected two numbers, an locked them
up in I tie VAini r.acn licnei is niim
lie re from one up for both adnlU and
ohildreu . Those who purchase tne
lucky nunitieia will get the prlr.c.
There will be Bipedal mimher dur
ing the week of the 4th, mention ot
which will be made later. MesM
Smith it Kirk have wired tor tho
latest model of Hit tloil picture ma
chine which will be here In time for
The Kdison phonograph and 4 min
ute record at Thornton's. Price W,
iOandfti. 10 tf.
F Lake hat returned from his ki.
Jonrti III t he wiuhIh at lt)v, and Iihm
reopent'd Ida blc.vt'l.- mi-! lepulr thop.
lie Ih the niren t for the (tumbler . bl
cyle, niitl has made eevcral huI h thin
Paper I Paper I Pa(er ! of all kinds,
Kosm sizing, i'A II lluildliig, Deaien
iug 1'elt and (Cooling. Prices right
nt lleruard's. 1 It 4
Tho now Dillikon Combs, Darottea and
Bandoaus--tho very latost fancies for tho
Drapo veils, Chiffon Squaros, oto.
New Dutch Collars
tho soason's novoltios
in Poarl, Bono, and Celluloid
li.il n, June I I.
to the wile of L.
In Lakeview, a boy
(. Fiiti(iit .
A total eclipse of the sun will occur
today. At viewed from this place It
will only be a partial eclipse, but will
contain features out of the ordinary.
First it will be an annual eclipne,
then a total aud back a.alti to the
annual, tie' you smoked glass iu
A carload of door aud window
received at li A M 'a.
IOl'NI Leather handbag Fn
llire at I hh cilice.
End of Our First Year
'Che Kxnnilner, with this mt", Ih
Hln it mi coin! year uinler the pri'iit
inauamiiieiit. Time Ioim pasHeil ho
Hiilcklv that we can hardly :ca!l.e
I hat a w li..e year Intr k "by. We
fell that we have made some liuprve
tuelita in the paH-r, and hope to be
able with iiiiivaM' il patronage, to
make a better paper ill flic future
Umbach requests of
the party who borrow
ed his 100 foot stee
tape line to return the
J, B, AUTEN
Don't forget the
.cent at lakeview
the week of the
!t is reported that Dr. Smith and
iidy Hammers'y have ordetel Max
'Tho lands around (iooce Lake thrown
pen tor settlement will not be avaii-
uel until August 10, I'MO.
The Prineville Journal has this to
.iay of a former Lakeviev boy:
George Htorkmaurj. the cigar maker.
(Jet your Plumbing and Tin Work
done at Bernard's. We do fJrt class
work and guarantee satisfaction. 1'J 4
Alturas Republican: John Briles of
Davis Creek was in town yesterday.
Mr.brilea says that his fruit waa hurt
to some extent by the frosts but that
tie is going to bave more of a crop
than expected some time ago. Mi.
brilea met Mr. Caufleld and soother
gentleman here, and will take them
up to the Bidwell mines.
. T I ft . ..
si uaite uoumy firmer bought a
ranch two years ago, aud sold it last
Peter Schuttler wagons.
lieu key o mow ers.
Peerless hay rakes.
Hay cars and Hay sliLgs.
Pu'lies, all kinds.
Wire cable and manila rope.
Mounted grind stones.
(irind stone tixturea.
Scythes and swaths.
Pumoa aud pipe.
Drie well points.
Screen doors, all sizes.
Ad justable acieen windows.
building paper, red and blue.
Kubberoid roofing, cost of
lea, guaranteed 10 years.
The following are among the Hotel
Liikevie arrivals the pat week:
.Ins.' Kedtlebl, (ileudale, Calif : K.
Stewart, S F. : Henry Kgl I, Seotts
Valley; W. H. Porter. Fugle Urove,
Iowa: Dan S. Hamilton, Ashno.id;
(ieo. 1'. Aniistrong, Lenu: J H.
Hutchison, Warner Lake; ('has.
!........ If . ii .
. iifiiin'ri i. ioiiuri.!i ; n j,. nr'.Mvn,
, Topeka. Kas. ;W F. box. Olympia,
' Wash. ; Lester A. Show, Duder Ser
1 rii , F. Castro and Itobt. Kstnido,
Firei auhgs. Calif. ; Jos. Thomas, L.
( A ; .). C. Dodsou and wile, big Val
ley. Cailf. ; (i. A. (iord.ui and IJ. II.
Kible, S F. ; W. I). Duke. Latrobe,
j Cailf ; bov Stanhfer, I'Htlev ; V. () .
i Lel.oy, A. K. Kruch, Holdridge
Nrbi ; (ieo. Ahems, Portland ; W C.
i Mc.Mililuii, Portland ; Clias , C. Holt,
j Santa Kosa. Calif. ;..M. Smith, .Mrs.
KlithSnlth. Mrs. blanche Cannon.
I V- ft. . . . .
..on M-., .iew i-ine i leeK ; li. liauilam,
! Paisley V. () .. Morgan, Shed. I ; F.
Hartley, bonanza; ( i. H. Fvans.
Henry . Porter, Craftou, Nebr. ;
Miss Mae Parker, Miss Leonii Lee,
Chicago; P. Heney, Pliibh.
Brown one of the (). V. Ii. Co. en
gineers, has ieen su dividing Wild In
I this vicinity.,
Chnrlsy Oliver has been loafing
around hi homestead for tti'i week
i past, caused by n horse falllug on
nun w iiile riding at lireaK neck spee.l.
He la tiruised In many places aud
aays bis inter-costal ligaments were
stretched ley olid tho power of endur
ance. Waldeu Delong, the kid farmer,
has reci ntlv harrowed lit HU acres of
summer tallow. This cultlvatltg
iiiiimer lall iw Is too much work for a
iiHtive. If It pays elsewhere. Why
(ieorge Nelson has put up a wind
mill to irrigate his gurdeu.
M. and C. W. Anderson, recent ar
rivals trout Montana, are making
things hum on their ranch. Such
fe-lowa are needed to develop the Int
ent powers of our soil.
Vic. Harris Is recovering frou
severe sick spell.
John Towiuihlll la lu
where he under ent an
remove a fistula.
Mr. Young's Imuily has moved
the aawlmll on Thomas Creek.
The Woods b-ys shingle, mill Is
ning at It full capacity.
Is found for all shingle.
has a large atl
Mr. Jerome is conducting nIJ(I
school at the Uubr.i Hohonl lion
Mr. Jerome Is a recent arrival fi
Culifuiula and Is a Valuable Nnqii
tiou to this neighborhood. Ha I
tieen a en nslul school tear ha
iiaving (aiigtit nineteen leims lu
Pollr Oliver attuinptml to ,r4
tier saliiH in rs to the tuiggy
suit horxM i nii Into wire fence c
I led the home Polly Unhurt.
APRON IN PERU
Seattle, June ti. A valuable fc'ol l
emtiroldured Mason 's apron at least
H' years old was found on a mum
my which Captain F.. W. Spragui) of
the American schooner Coliimhja
picked up on his lust trip to CaUyu
for a few dollars.
Oiiptluii Sprugue is now In Tucoiuu.
The apron is hand embroidered in
real gold thread Captalu Sptagua
boeght Hie apron from a contractor
who had uuwiltiuglv imrchased the
! tiinmmy aud waj anxious to gel rid of
I the thing.
Mau v high Masons have called upon
Captaiu Sprague and attempted to
decipher some uf tho symbols, but
uone has yot beeu abU to read all
The bordeaux in it x u re la the pr
remedy to uxa for all fuugi'i
troubles: vi . mildew ami rust
beans; iiol itu an 1 toitinto rot i
Ight ; 1-eleiy leaf to. light i
The half strength miit
on n Is copper sulphate, li
poiiiuls iiiick lime, lllty gull
water '' Is "troi.g enough to use lu
veK"tabl gurdeu, except for potat.
.Ml kinds Wire .Netting and (liM
ineiiiiii renin anil wines Ml i:
tireeu fiarden House arrivals pMst
week: Albert Koot.. S K : L.F. John
son. Hawthorne, Nev. ;tieo. A. Hall,
o. r.,v vv. ftnepar.l, luiiia, Ariz.
P. Soldier, Keno. ; Charles F. Stev
ens and Carl Schmidt, bellevllle.
IS.. .1 If a..
i n. tJreeu, I'lnsb ; IJ. Ham
merslsy, New Pine Creea ; M. Ander
son. west hide; J. A. Woods. Drew;
y. . nuuerson, wire aud daughter.
'JHth-tvory til J
.New piny and
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
until July Citfi.
speuianiea inn largest and in
complete theatrical company ti
has ever been In this section. Do
nuns ii. t rices oo ana m cen
ohildreu 20 cents.
Tinning and plumbing repair work,
'bu. Itn. rt unumul Mlnlra
is spending several davs tbin week I week for mora th n lit.ll Ma a hot ha . U'utih manhlnaa arlA r n trial
eUeudlu bis trade in bend. P.ed- paid for it Then. with BACArn I I f.uoin m r. tear a ft5a mnri ti n
country. The , thousand do lara to the nvod in his ' Garden hoae C and up.
no lid aud Sisler's
and Desert Claims
In the FAMOUS WARNER VALLEY.
We have surveyed out,& several
Sage brush land, ?JStd son as there ,s fn thls
This land can be irrigated at moderate cost.
Hotel for Women
Seattle, June 8. Seattle will have
uoiei exclusively for women during
epoainon. ii win bave accom
m ulolln.. C , iu .
uiuuiiiuui lur jw gueais ana was
Duui at a cot or rJOOO. This was
borue in large part by the various
churches of the city, clubs and social
and religious organizations. It will
b conducted under the auspices of
the V. W. C. A., who already operate
a woman's bo'el on Queen Ann Hill.
Washington. June 10. Senator At.
dnch and other republican leaders in
me senate tnia afternoon are confi
dently claiming that ther h ava vnti.a
sufficient to defeat the income tax
propoistlon. They intend to try to
have adopt instead an amendment
putting a tax on the dividends of
KOK 8ALK A few choice home
stead locations Similar land selling
for 20 an acre If ynu want one ad
dress U. K. Olivtr or call on him at
the Assessor's office
1 The Margaret Ilea
pany opeu for a six
inent In Lakeview Monday Mk
June 'JfUti with the play "Tna Hi
walks of New York".
SITUATION WANTKD: AT LAKK
vlew or vicinity by married man 211
years old. Experienced lu general f
merchandise, also In egg and poultry 1
tuinsss. References. Addraua m 1
W. French. La Prairie. I1L
KOK SALE TWO COUNTERS AND
four show cases, ennui re nf A. X.
Thornton, Oruggist, Lakeview.
FARMERS, IF YOU CAN LOCATE
me near von write vonr terms lint
187, Portland, Ore.
When you get to Lakeview oumt
the Ureen (Jardeu House. Yon w
find good, clean bads, and you w
be made at home. Tho (Jreen (lard
la a modern House and Dlok w
treat you right. Opposite the M. i
Do Not Overlook r'bJV1li
about your last
a homestead. :4
I hlS ( innOft II nit ! We are the only firm in Lakeview
, , . tnat makes
The Location of Covernment Land a Specialty.
"On reardlnE these Government Lands promptly
,fI supplied. Call at our of lice and see photos of
ilso have homestead reinqulshments and school
sale, t&r Scandinavian and German Spoken.
1 FIC LAND CO.,
The notion Is pretty well outgrown
that a frost works any real good to a
field of Immature corn In tha matter
of helping to ripen It A heavy or
killing frost means death to the leaves
aud hence death to the stalkj. Pol
lowing this, the Juices in the sUlk
turn aour and thus render little or no
assistance to the ears In the conver
sion of the starch which they contain.
The parent who has the real welfare
of sou or daughter at heart will take
pains to see that there Is as little in
terruption as poHHlble In the school
work at the beginning of the vesr
While keeping the pupil from school on
almost any pretext should be discour
aged at Mil times, It la especially im
perative that the work of the first few
weeks after vacation should be prose
cuted with the least possible Interruption.
Faruiera need Lake County Land.
Buy Lots In Watson Addition
Ilefore"you buy lots any where in
this vicinity see those tn Wataosn'
addition. Close to business center,
of Lakeview. 33 tf.
We carrry a full line of Fresh Fruits, Indludirtg
BOranges, Lemons, Bananas, Ap
pies, aiso an tunas ot Nuts.
Vegetables, such as
Celery, Cauliflower, Onions and
gFresh Fish, Oysters, Clams; Crabs.S
mlf your merchants do not handle!
this class of goods, get them busy.
Goods delivered In one day to Lakeview. ffd