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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1910)
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JtkZs Qnklnn Powder
$r I Inwrovos tho flavor
r;r - - Ttrr and adds to tho
fc of tho food
Personal Mention )
Ctiea, flarrla, of Chicago, U here
on look nut for laoatlon, TTT
m m w I'
II. At ftely and K. W. Thompson of
Valley Falls art lo town for a few
darn. i'-irt ;r.itr-ti "jL
l'botographer Weudt, of New i'ine
Creek, was a Hatnrday visitor and ra
tion evrj thing Una down there.
thin week from I ikiritnlown, Wawh.
Klamath Kails wan represented Id
Liikevle lbl week fy M. Will lama.
Thou. ilHunesy, and Wtn. Kimball.
Lake view Post-Office
Amount of business transacted through t ic Lakeview
Post-oflice from January 1st to December 31st 1909
Money Order Issued 48 G8 amounting t. f 55,770.20
Amount paid out on Money;Orders
Deposit with U. S.FrcnsuryJ-
- Hs- WW''"'-
1 g;"" Ki;gisti:ri:ii QMail:
deceived for Registering, I'icces of Mail
- 1,1 ,402.00
Increase of pieces over 1908
Registered, fc Received for delivery
4 Increase of pieces over 1908
Register in Transient
Total Handled 8475
From January 1st to December 31st 1909
A n increase over 1 908 of 1 125.54
Transient Mails, Mails for delivciy and
Out-going Mails for the year 1909 amount
to 052,0S0 pieces.
PRIZE liO (HO HT.lt
APPLES WERE BAD
NOKTII YAKIMA, Wash., Jan. 'ir.
f IIihI the K(kii Ktver aileit whlttli
on 11 rut (it l at tlin Nntional Apjilo
hduw were ortuj la the claim of W.
W. Bawyer, ha luia juat returned
PETRE ACCUSED OF
W . It. 1rlne!,' hii1 W. H'mxHu were
over thin week liorn l'liuli. a .
.). J. VHimeulHii hikI V, I'', liurch
of Adel were In town Kunrlny. .-
T!7iTrrlHou and Oau Howard, of
OMcelo, MlkMourl, are Ixire luokina
oer the country. J
J. IJ. Ilrockeleby, hait returned
from bin trip to Hunt liartara aod
MM A tiKelei. Z -i . . I.
Martin Hander the Hheep y rower,
Ih lying very III with pneumonia lu
the Hotel Lakevlew. :t,- f&!Z51
Will Currier down tbia week
from tiumioer Lake.
Dr. Daly and Col, Light made a
trip laat Friday to New Fine Creek
lu,tbe fortnera auto-buiicy.
Creed MoKeudree and family are
na'd to he on their way bera. . It l
reported ' tbat Mr. McKendre and
fuiully will aooo leave bera wltb tba
flow ta laatloa lo Oatarlo, Malbaor
Couuty. It la hoped -tbat inch will
oot btbe case,; aa they have taen
life loos reeldenta, aod would te ead
ly minpd from tbia oomrouplty.
Mm. Koy HbiriTleft town laet week.
od accoiiut of tbe alarming illneae of
bar alater, io Booora, California.
KTracy and Hannah Ander-
Drewa Valley, bare beeo
lloenae to marry. Tbey
are quite young, the gtoonv being on
ly 'JO and tb brl'le ,
itra. Hartln ia reported Ivery much
improved In health. .Hbe la tbe daugb
ter of tbe late Jamea Fobter.
ra. w. u. iioubd and latnuy, or
PaUley, paanad tbrougb town laat
Tburaday enronte to Grants Pan,
where tbey will make tbelr future
Mr. Lucy Seariau, of
Oregoo, ia bera looking uo
Nfw Pine Creek' viaitora tbia week
were Peter J. Liu ft. Urt McCuoe,
C. l Kmitb aod (May Laraon.
The preliminary examination of
Hert I'etreo. of Plimb, on charge of
threat to kill and attempted rape on
the peraou of Mildred, tbe Itt-year
( Id daughter of F. A. Crump, of
Ariel, was held hefoie Jimtioe liayley
fioiu the eaat, where, he anert, the ' J'eerday afternoon,. The defendant
wit i vii i'aiui iiiHiuiu, ana waa uoudu
over to tho May term of Court, wltb
hull at 1,KM).
lkowtie Hiver oiiplea wore iuHHed Lpuu
hy I tie ilefurtuieut of nyt Icul t urn.
Mr. huw.ver who awnrded hih:hhI pn.e
lu the oweeu ittiktH 1'ulileHt. Me frtyn
he tddk Hiimt 1H of the Kotie Klver
applex tu U HuliiiiKtou wheie they ic
declured illHeiiNed liy ex erl, imt tlie
DHtule . . t Ik il I'eliHH Ciiul I ll.it . i' iln
NEW P!NL" CREEK ORCHARD
SOLD TO LAKEVIEW MEN
W. l'n i ne ,V Co. liMve cold tor J.
II. 1'crkin. tu l V. Hull and I' re I j
lieyuol Jm nt LHkuview,4C t crea 01 uri'li- 1
urd Hul fruit linj.J nt New l'lne Cim U,
ChI., beinv a (mrt of the rHet known;
aa the liuyce Khik'Ii 1 hey 'Imve iiIhu
aold tiiSndie M Keryford Hie I'-tkiim
renidetiee uml II ni;ieH uiljoluinrf
above ttiict. "lid to a, liiikeviuw ell I
en, the l'liiteraou houau and !1
All l'luroie Iihh luyl hi vere weather,
lillziiriH in I'.uuliOnf uml (icrinHiiy.
ihllu terrible llurda havn prevailed
.'in I'riiMi e, iletttroy iu thoiiHiuiila of
f r ,l..ll . .i. . m
iivva u iiuiiii'iin 1 i uuuniH niiriu ui
piopeity. The lateut repot rs hih lo
tba flit ct tiuit the rivers lire reced
ing. It is aa:d that hundreds of
buildings lu Paris will te condemned
and torn down. Atfer all, good old j
Lake County tins heeu ; particularly
favored thta ttiuter, as is evidonced '
by our governiuunt Weutber repor'e
pabllsbed euoh week;
New Comet Receding'
1 ho i.'leiir nky iuehdHy gave iinotli-
I er i't pui I ii ii il v tu view the comet. It
. tin I Iuhi ui'iht of ltd lirilliaucy. and
tin 'ml I u I ii im i n iclierl at leut-t three
jluiirlliH ui its lentil) It aUo ap
.("ii(iii lo IiiiVh teeeiled a gteat din-
tiiiicn Irom itx fdi iner poailion.
Old Mold's Club
Don't forget the funny entertain
ment by the ladies of tbe M. 11
i Church in the Oreta lloute. Frl 'ay
; Feb. lull. 'Hie la lies will abow you
the wuy to intitriinnnlal bllsa.
All eilkibla men of l.akeview will be
curefully oouMtdere;! lor future bus
bauds. Adinitthiou 2f Jt 00 . ceuts.
Sen ure. your Heals early.
THE CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE
The next meetng of the Chautauqua
Circle will be at the home of MIhs
Uut-ule liurgens. The followug will be
program: 'Social Life at Home, "
Chup. a "The Lower Population,"
Mine Hazel Horn. "The Frieudly
Ktara, " Chapa 1 to .'I, inclusive, Mra
Leblie tieager. There will also be
abort kketchea of (ireek Cbaiaotera,
bv member of tbe Claaa.
J. J. WllliHins has just Hnlahed
niarke'lDg 1.UU3 aaok of onions taken
from three acre (t land tbree miles
' , nortb of Firewater; Willamette - VU,
ley. I'be oulona were sold at tl a
The Brut iineiimatla tirea wra made I ok. A few years ago be tlaud was
of leather for a borne, tlrawn vehirU ! considered wort hi ewe. it ia now
lo Loudon lo 1845 or lHlti.
uid you notice
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
The Kind You Have Always, Bought
fnhturo ol ZffdcjCu
wortb flKX) ner acre
tboae big o n lost. adeLaiifiyJew
FairT Well, if yoo did wbaT TJo you
suppose 10 acres of oolons of like
quality would bring yoo lo ready
FOU8ALB. 10 acres In 8oe. 7.
Hange 21. Township 36, Tract 6 lo
cated in tbe Heryford ranob Also
town. lot iu addition to Lakeview Lot
a, ulnnk 91., fully paid np for MOO.
W. W. WILLIAMS 6th Frauds 81
rw2 St. Joseph Mo.
Here Is Where You Qet Your Money's Worth!
When you by Mutton Ktvw at (ic per pound,
have you tried Our sugnr cured Mams, liacon?
No iK't.UT mailo any where.
Lanl, homo kit tel rendered, ubnolti tely pure, 6 11). binkt'tH $1.00
In 4(1 ll. i-aiiH, INc.. FrcHh frozen Oyaters, 1.0(l per cmi. Krout&Oc
per nn lion.
All kinds of first class fresh Heat and 5ausage
kept on hand.
N't' will pay the inurket price for ool lieef and pork-hojjH,
VanU on delivery.
t'oino utid K''t nctiialntiil with hh.
e.p.cuu..y. QOOSH LAKE VALLEY MEAT CO.
J. I7, Mayfield, Gen.riBr.
(J. B. Kobroeder.
was here Sunday.
C C. Harris is down tbis week from
N. J. Stevens, of Aostio. Minneso
ta, is bere looking for a 'arm.
Nels Jepsoo. of tbe PaciUo Land
Co. will leave tbe latter, part of tbe
week for Warner Valley to look after
tbe interests of tbe company.
M. w. (Jborcb, who "as teen as
sociated wltb tbe Donee Lake Meat
Co., bas gone to AUuraa to atart in
a business foe himself.
J. C. Craveus, was over from
Warner Valley Tueaday.
J. W. Nelson, and M. W. O'Urieu,
of tbe Ana litter Irrigation Co. were
In towu this week on Hitduees con
nei ted wito their euterprise. They re
port the work niakinu wood rrogrees.
and hope to have wHter ou some of the
laud this ceHHou.
J. ()' Nell and w if e have arrived from
Michigan, Nmth rakota, and are to
tec 'inie permanent residents of Lake
J. C. Oliver, of tbe West Side, was
iu town over Huuday wttb bis family.
As 'another evidence of the high
cokt of living an Ohio man paid 2,
WW for a dog,
C. A. Hunting, of Merrill. In now
io Old Mexico looking op a location
While be ia traveling bis family are
located at Fassadena, California
(eorge lieckroao. of Lindsbors.
Kansas, w ho bHS been here for a year,
baa goue to Coos Day, on a tour of
fc. II. Ueebe, who was called to
Klamath Falls on account of alarm
ing Illness of bis brother has re
turned. His brother aied.
An all nigbt dance will be given
on tbe nigbt of Feu. 22. or near tbat
date, at holder's Opera House. Date
and particulars glveu in next Issue
M. E. CHURCH SERVICES
Sunday Jan. 30 .
'. Vttoctiing fvcry Sunday at 11
Sunday School at 10 a. hi.
kpwortb League at 6:45 p. tn.
Prayer meeting every Tbursady ev
.UgUWQblnB atliM rJ.' br " '
U. J. WUNTZKLL, Pastor. ..
The largest known volcano iu tbe
woria la eitincl Mount r.lgon, near
r here former Preiedent Roosevelt la
bootlna in Africa. Its orater ia tbir
ty mile across.
OHIIren Cr '
.. FOR FLETCHER S
CASTOR I A
fmmr Olam Smih Cesruata
. mo Ball Orishs
ItooniH in New Hunting nuilillng
went i'f t'ourt I Inline.
J. L. LYONS, L). D S.,
Office In Wat&on's Block, Lake,
Klichl Year's experlunoe In Mluliksan.
Urailuale of Uulveriliy ol MloUlgu
Watch This Space.
New Spring Goods
Will Soon begin to arrive. We will show the following
Well Known Brands.
LA VOGUE SUITS
for Ladies and Misses.
BANNEK BRAND Waists and Skirts
HOLE PROOF HOSIERY HI Lines
Pull Line Dress Goods and Neck-Wear
QUEEN QUALITY SHOES
STEIN BLOCK SUITS for Men
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
CLUETT & MONARCH SHIRTS
HATS all latest blocks
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
N. C. 0. 8UIN8 LAUERS
FOR RIGHT OF
ALTURAS, Modoc Co., Jan., 21.
Borne time ago an action was uroogbt
In tbe 8apzrior Court of Modoc
Coooty by the Nevada, California
Oregon hallway Company to coo
damn tbe right of way for tbe rail
road across tbe land of E. Laner and
ooa. Tbe attorney for tbe defend
ant filed a demurrer to tbe complaint,
alleging defect in tbe manner and
form of tbe action.
To-day Judge John & Raker of tbe
Superior Court overruled tbe demnr
rer in every count aod gave tbe at
torney for defendant ten days to answer.
New Telephone Rates
OPPORTUNITIES HERE F0
POOR MEN TO MAKE 6009
After March 1st, 1910 tbe California
aod Oregon Telegraph Co are to
make many reductions on tariff over ! E. H
tbeir wires, among tbem we notice i Adams.
. L . . . a '
ioey are io reauce toe rate irom
Lakeview and New Pine Creek to
Reno, N'ev., of fort; cents for ten
words and tbree centa each additonal
word, present rates 00 cents and 3.
Through rate to Frisco and all pointa
4.1 1 FA t a I tm in l a
....UK iiu u ;fc The f,Uure historiaoTf
?r -. L"' "YJlr-1? ' county will recoid last each exDeri-
Klamath Falls. land on oor aage-bra-h plalna, and
Rate to Alturaa will be reduced to . Till?
years ago, with a big family, in debt
ana wun only tou in money, ?no
owns a 2OO0-acre wheat farm all 1 im
proved with ample machinery and
stock, and is the wealthleta farmer, la
tbat section. J
A wise old owl lived in an Oak.
Tbe more be saw tbe lea-1 be spoke,
Tbe less be spoke tbe more e beard.
Way can't we all be like tbat bird?
25 and 2- This is owing to increase
in business over tbeir wires.
It bas always been tbe policy of tbia '
company to redact, tolls as fact aa tbe)
business would warrant.
Hood's Robbers wear well. In
season "There's many a slip"
a pair on sale at B & M,
We all know what has been done La
Eastern Washington and Northers)
Oregon, and tbe opportunities wera
not one whit better at the start tbaa
they are now In Lake Connty, Ore
j l)o not neglect present opportune
jties woicb will not last long.
H I rl v v tl irk w w ii
1 ii VsN!to yiHi
Four Modern Dwellings
We have been favored with the sale of four of the most
modern, up-to-date and delightful homes in Lakeview, full
particulars, price, detail and terms below. Any of the folow
will make good interest paying investments on a rental basis
(its a known fact, houses to rent are like hen's tteth.)
1st. --The cosy, modern, well built, bungalow of 5 rooms, not
counting complete bath room, of Mr. Chas. Fulkner, which is
situated about three minutes' walk from center of business
district; still strictly in the residential district; on a 54 foot
frontaae,-which extends through the block for 220 feet, mak-
ing two lots, one facing with the house on Main St., the other.
,i on West St. Thls-hoase is Just one year old. Will not want
repairs for years. Also best of brick cellar, and ample wood
house. $3000.00. Terms.
2hd."--That most home-like of homes, of Mr. Owen F. McKen
dree, on Water St., Just a few hundred feet south from the
Court House. Good new barn for 6 horses and hay storage.
6G 1-2 ft front, 225 ft deep, giving chicken range that can't
be beat. 5 rooms downctairs, complete bath, hot and cold
water, and room for two big rooms upstairs. Fine orchard
and one of the shadiest yards in town. $3000.00. You can't
3rd. '-The large, airy, roomy seven-room residence of Mrs.
Cora E. Reid, is for sale at $4000.00. Partially furnished,
bath with modern, equipment. Lot 83x230 giving frontage
on two fine residence streets-a short block and a half from
Court House, still it is located in the best of residence district.
4thTh&' five-room modern bungalow, up-to-date in de
sign, about a year and a half old. 50x150 foot lot. The en
tire property in best of repair. Large wood-shed and wash
house. Just a nice distance from town. This property be
longs to Mr. Ed. S. Rice and $2000. is an exceptionally low
price, if taken at once.
The above residence properties are fair example of the
class of town dwellings we are agents for in Lakeview. Wq
have a large- list of town lots, business and residence, farm
property, ranches for stock, farming and fruit; also ten-acre
irrigated tracts with water rights.
"BEAT THE RAILROAD TO IT', RAL ESTATE FARM a.CITY
SF APITll INSURANCE -LIFE-ACCIDENT
jtPhlhkvy I AA1MC INVESTMENTS
L. E. SEACER.
C. R. SEAGER.
Lakeview, Oregon .'.