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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1909)
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON. THURSTtAV, JULY IS. M
$2 per Acre
LANDS ! $2 per Acre LANDS !
Best Buys in the County
320 acres finely Improved farm, and all stock and implements; about 70 head of Cattle; 1
$3,500 Business Block in Lake view renting for $15 per month. Will double in 12 mouths,
Cottage of five rooms and lot 100x250 feet. This is a money maker.
$150 Lots in Prciikel's Addition with 81000 building restrictions. Bound to double this fall.
Stock ranch of about 400 acres and 1,000 head of Cattle. 300 tons of Hay cut yeatly.
$5,750 Fine Goose Lake Valley Ranch.
About 1,000 acres Choice State Land in Long Valleyonly $2 peracre $ I down, balance 25 years.
Umbach Block, next door to Board of Trade Room, Lakeview, Oregon.
frfYCE S--Mctropolitan Bank cc Trust Co,, Los Angeles, Cal., I'ajaro Valley Bank, Watsonville, Cal.. Bank of Oxnird, Oxnard, Calif.
County News -r
Hotel Lakeview arr'vale: Job.
j Wilkinson. New York; Cb.i. Ji. Car
i roll. Hums; .F. J, WhIoo'L Reno;
Jas. Mitchell, Clear La-ce; Dairy T. I
Mclntyre, Rawhide, Nevada;
McKeudree. Uly;W. li. Aiiller.
I Barns r( Griizel
E. A. Priday officiated a umpire
ami gave good reeulte on both sides.
We will give Goldberg auotber
chance for tbe bacon abjut August 1,
as tbey are jolly good fellows and we
have tbe highest reupcet for tbe boys
of tbe mines.
Oh, yes. we really bad two dances
in succession. Early In the evening
tbe dance music began to hum and
the Drettr girls, oh my I I wouder
N es ham
L. S. Parker
What yoa talknig about?
Well, what happened on the after
noon of July tb seventh? Huve you
heard about it? Well I'll Ull you.
Adel crossed bate with the boys of
Goldberg. The game was played at
Plutb and every one was on deck to
hour the echo of "clay ball". After
aaite ho exciting game tbe Adel boys
came out victorious by a score ot 1. j ' ". . .
to 5 Kelley and Oars boiing contest was
Th. lin.nn follows: another event of tbe day that attract-
LlCliOerg VU UJUliU HKUUVU.
o Deaoet j The horse and font races on tbe
p Britten third also attraced large crowds. i
lb T.-Ki'Jey Wm- Routson eella his property. V.
2b Klley wible buving tbe ranch on l--n
3b CtU I Creek aoJ Mr- R,K bi8 eheep- Mx
ea Clark , RoutgoQ wm K0 to Ontario buj
1 V" I then to the Seattle fair. He may re
ef Sir HQ ; turn -nd iocatQ jn tbis vicinity.
1 ' m i x p. Browne, wife and daughter,
(Mildred, are visiting at Deep Creek.
) Every one busy haying in tbe val
Jim Tonev Ralph Brown and Scotty
three of tbe M C bucca.ios returned
from Lakeview Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller went to Camas
Prairie in their auto Friday.
' Mary had a little lamb that sat beside
Swallowed a chunk of dynamite and
blew it all to little bits of pieces
Harrab for Mary. Hurrah for the lamb
Hurrah for tbe teacher who didn't.
i give a
Viva ! viva ! viva ! vi Adel never die.
1 Now I guess that is rather rye (wry).
I Fibbing is fine. Come to Adel if
jyou want to catch a sucker or any
I other kind of a Hsb.
I A marriage license was issued to
Mr., Wm Nuttole and Miss Tucker.
Whins' going to happen? Ask Bill.
' W. E. Gerun. Prineville -Marvri ban
dera, Cottonwood; Dora I. oore.
Oakdal; G. K. Hoyden, bummer
Lake: I. A. Messing, Hobsoii. M'it;
Thoa. P. Mackeuzle. Klamath Falls;
Mrs. O. W. Brown, Kansas Citv, Mo.
L. Vescar, Stockton, Cal It ; 1.
Alvisa, Sum uer Lake; C. U. Walker,
W. J. Thomas and Brice K. llei-fer,
Portland; A. P. Matbea and Geo.
Brumm, Paisley; J. W. Morris Klam
ath Falls; .1. F. Hansen, L. A. : K.
8. Benney, Fallon Nev. ; J. V. Rob
con, Marysville Calif. ; John C. Rich
ardson and F. Crisley S. F. ; and
F. D. Wiclox, Port Richmond Calif.
W. Alley, S. F Jo. Elliott,
Plusb; J. K, Branch. Clover Flat:
Geo. N. Anelish. S F. :Jno. Handler,
Plush ;A. Mitchell, and family, Ben
well, Nebr. : Wm .G. Bode, 8. F. ; H.
Will be held at tbe court house for.
State and County papers, on the lltb,
12th. 13tb and 11th of August. 1900. I
There are a number of good posi-,
tious still open. All teachers expect!
ing to teach in Lakeview next year
will kindly te present.
R. B. JACKSON, j
Co. Su'Dt. of Schools. I
A wild spotted oow is tbe leader of
' a herd of deer near Redding, Cal if or
"la, and she is the wildest one or the
i bunch, and always takes the lead at
' slightest alarm. Attempts have been
made to photograph tbe herd but so
swift-y do tbey run under leadership
! of tbe cow that only blurred pictures
floving Picture Show
"The Home of Good Values"
We have Everything in our Store
that can be found in a General Mer
chandise establishment Groceries,
Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Doors & Windows
Salt & Grain
Bailey ft Massingill
Up- to -Date
Just opeued, electric !ieht in pach j
room. Clean Lew beds, hot aod cold
water. Reasonable rates. Quiet
neighborhood. Your custom solicited, j
Satisfaction guaranteed. Look for
A. C. MILLS. .Proprietor
Highest nmrki't price paid for lon;
wool hheep pelts, by tile Lakeview
Mercantile ( o !(f
bats at Lakeview Mercan-
! Mondays, Wednesdays, I'ri-
days and Sundays
Two Shows each Night
At 8:00 and !:00 o'clock
Fellowt Building. Lakeview.
AdriilHHlon 10 ami l."ct
and Big Red
Now is the Buying Time
is just the kind vou what vou have been looking for
GOOD LAND is what everyone is looking for.
Our 10-acre fruit farms are located in the
Great Golden Goose Lake Valley
FOR SALE. (Man or woman.) A
'.120 acre South African Veteran
Bounty Laud Ccrtlctlate. lnHiiud
by the Department of th Interior,
( iovernmeut ot Canada, Ottawa, un
der the Volunteer Rouiitv Act, l!iH.
Good for acres of any Dominion
Laud open for entry in Allierta, Sas
katchewan or Manitoba. Any person
over the age f'f IH years, man or wom-
i ho, can acquire tins an1 with tbis
: cert ill. -Hte without further charge.
I For immeidate nale, fHiH). Write or
wire. L. E. Telford. VM Shuttr St.,
Toronto. Canada. UCWl
VANTEI)-:H(JARI) AND ROOM
for two or three months by a young
married couple, preferably with a
good fanner's family, cIohu to Lake
view. Enquire at Examiner oltlce.
THE lOLA HOLDERS OF OREGON
Valley Land Cu. contracts are per
fecting plans wheiehy each contriu t
holder may have his right looked
after and protected, aod commence
to get returns on his investment at
once. Write for our plana and semi
us the names of all contract holders
you know. Do IT NOW. OREGON'
LAND CLUB, Iola, Kansas.
MP. A I. KNT tTK
Hurt of Summer Lake valley, con
taining lil.') acres of land with house,
barn ami outbuilding Some mea
dow land and good water in the mid
dle of the place, (i feet deep. 1 will
sell for I-20UU. 1 am sick or i would
O. A. GOOD1N, Summer LaKe.
FOR KALE: 4tC ACRES LAND,
agi icirftuial. timber and nasture.
All fenced, contains springs and
stream. Well sheltered, ideal fnr
fruit. 17 inil"S north of Lakeview,
on county load. Enquire at Exam
FOR SALE W-Ht ol Sec. .11. 'lomi
Miip.ii. luniirc iii I'.hmi nt per
nrr in i it's iroin i.iiki-vic w . Oicjii n
Write or cniiln ot ('. F. Elg;lii, cire
of Cliy Hull, Salem, Orei;iiii.
NM.KIN. AMI lllfl'144
SHEARING AND DIPPING COR
l l- Kept l y lehponsili.e crew. Nu
rough work a Mowed. Charges lemalu
M 1 July V, JOE AMBROSE
Where thousands will come to make their homes within the coming
vear; It is a NEW COUNTRY, onlv at the present time, there
fore you have this opportunity
lev on the
the choicest "antl in the val-
acre !;Fruit Farm for
$20 first payment, and $10 per month
until full amount is paid.
One Town Lot FREE with each Pruit Farm.
This is the greatest fruit hand offering in the state. Act quickly;
too good to wait. See our Agent, or Write for full inforrnaiion.
LAKEVIEW DEVELOPMENT CO
Umbach Building. Lakeview, Oregon
TI M If Eli CLAIM FOR KALE W0
acrea yellow pln, 1 r miles from
Lakeview. Will out .'1,000,000 foet.
Good grazing land. Abunduce of
water on laud. Price 915.00 per acre
If sold before the Urnt of October.
Address The Examiner, Lakeview,
SITUATION WANTED: AT LAKE
view or vicinity by married man 'J!f
years old. Experienced in general
merchandise, also in egg and poultry
fcuiiiuSHH. References. Address M.
W. French, La Prairie, III.
FOR KALE ONE OREGON VALLEY
land cooutract. V. E. Mathewson,
1085 Lawerauce Ave., Wichita, Kaa.
WANTED: Neat younn' man or
woman, uh ili'inonstrator. .Must lie a
good liupresHlve talker. Good mon
ey for rlirht. party. Address 10. M.
MOOUE, Mgr.,(Jenl. Delivery. Lake
view, Ore. r'
FINE RANCH F(JR SALE. 720
acres of and. H miles of l.akeviow, 400
inches water first right; 500 acrea n it
deer ditch ; 80 acrea hay land ;50 acres
grain ; garden ; 50 head stock cattle,
7 head horses, li farm wagons, buggy,
mower and rake, drill, plows, harrow
and household goods. Price $21 pet
acre if sold pefore Aug 15th. includes
everything. Enquire nt Examiner
Its over, thank goodness, this terrible
Of cannon firecrackers and wild,
JtW think of the money they squan
dered, oh my
J jst think of the doughballa and tripe
it would buy I
Why, was a-aitting in uh rush bot
And a durned brat exploded, a fire
cracker there I
The obair caught Are and the fright
made ma dance,
And the cracker net tire to the seat of
my pants I
I'm glad its over, by oraoky I
FOR SALE AT A HA KG A IN
Any one in market for first class fur
nished rooming bonne in Lakeview
call at Examiner oltlco for particulars.
FOR SALE-ONE OREGON V'AL
ley Land Contract at a premium of
8150 If takeu at once. Not delinquent.
Address Mrs. J. Potts, 522 N. Main,
Pocatello, Idaho. 17 I) -
The Edison phonograph and 4-miu-ute
records at Thornton 'h. Price fISO,
(it ai l IV 10-tf.
FOR HALE ONE OF SURPRISE
Valley's choice 200 acre farms near
I't. Hid well, Calif. Uoo.i houso and
bam, orchard and berries. 25 acres
In grain ; alfalfa and wild hay grown
on place. All furm tools, work
horses, niiloh cowa, and hogs In
cluded. For particulars enquire at
SHEARING CORRALS: NOW IN
shape to commence shearing at any
time, (iood feed and good range.
Also dipping vat. Everything for
shearing ami dipping In tl ret clans
shape. MRS. ROSA McDA NIELS.
Ml II MI II IIKnoit r
SUM VER RESORT:-f I 'H; DAY
and op. (iood fishing mid hunting.
The most healthful place in Lake
county, or Southern Oregon, or
Northern California. MRS. ROSA
McDA NIELS. Proprietor
H AMUI ItOOMKIIH
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
Enquire of Mrs. E. E. Woodcock.
m Ml I.I.
NOTICE i will nave my Kelly
Creek saw mill in operation by June
1st. and will then be prepared to fur
nish all kinds of rough lumber.
A. M. GALLAGER.
Oqt lMW AIMH.AkM.
COST & KINO HAVE THE REST
mu)e of l.lqour and t Igara to be
found In Orrnoii. tf
J. II. CUTLER WIllsKY AT THE
Hotel Lakeview bur. The beat and
purt'Ht whisky made. tf
LOOK AT THE NOTICE FOR RE
ward iHHiied by the Telephone
Compan.v for tlcHtroylnj; Ita prop
Blue Prints Made
I will make Hlue 1'rintH o
any township of lam In the
Lakeview Land District, and
do aliHtract work. Call or
W. II. SNIPHK
Lakeview . . Oreiron