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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1910)
LAKK COUNTY KXaMINKK. fcAKKVlEW, OK BOON, THUKKDAl VRItBtTAttT I, 1010.
ONE WEEK ONLY
" We have on display a fine line of
Men's Dress and Working
Odd sizes at reduced prices. Men looking for
a bargain on Shoes should take advantage of
We are also closing out a fine line of
EmbrOlderiCS at 10 cents a yard.
See Our Window Display
Royal Tailor sam
ples, the latest
PAISLEY EL0PIN8 COUPLE NOT
MARRIED IN WASHOE COUNTY
RENO Nevada, January a;. -A
eareb of th. mail-lag Iimdm rMord
la fblt ooanty fails to show thai an
marriage license waa Issued to Alfrvd
Moss, aged 17. and ZelU Lew)t aged
"JO, who, It la claimed eloped fro no
Paisley, a entail town north of Lake
lew, Ore., for tbe purpose of being
nan led In Keno,. The article from
lakevlew stated that they bad eloped
to Keno and had been tnarrle I bei.
They may have come here, tint ao far,
according to the record, they hare
nut been married.
The farmers over In Klamath Coun
ty are orgHOlzlug arranges. It is a
gruwi idea mid Is worthy of emulation
in Ik County. As a rule farmers
sot independently, white' all other
pursuits are orgauized into one oom
pnt mM for common good. If tbey
deeir. the greatest good and most
euocess farmers should by all meana
get together and co operate along
a-eneral lines through the grange.
Tbo membership throughout the
United States Is nearly 1,000.000. In
Oregon 8,250 with over MO granges.
The grange hi etendiy growing In pow
er and influence for good.
Its the Northwestern
It is stated that the new Cooe
Boise Railroad, known as the peoples
road, now being surveyed eastward
from Coos uay, and wblob is pro
jected through the nertbern part of
Lakn county, bus reaohed Rosbora
aod all ihe obecks given tbe surveyors
are drawn on tbe t'-bloago A North
(( CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS )
Old Boreas is just tearing around
tbese days. Last Thursday and Fri
day be relented mrt gave us another
Chinook, clearing tbe hills and
treats. But on Monday be changed
fela mind and gave us a real Miziard
that lasted uctil late at night, and
tbe meroury drepped to 9 above.
E. Tatro, who is in town on a visit
-cm bis new borne at Yamhill re
ived a wire Friday to tbe effect
Chat bis son Fred was dangerously ill
bd to return at once. J t Is to be
Loped .tost Fied will recover, as he
rs many friends here who will regret
ear of bis serious condition.
An Informal service 'will bo held
tbe Masonic Hall Sunday after
om. Feb., ti at 3 o'clock under the
ir pices uf tbe Women's Guild.
rybody cordially invited to at
xd Tlie Bldwell Nugget says: Wm.
arvej the Lakeview horse buyer
ought a boncb of mules over last
lefcdaj. Tbe animals were put on
feed yard hero.
K bill bas passed tbe U. K. Senate
tablisbing a new laDd district ii
eastern Oregon and locating the land
office at Vale, Malbeur county.
Tbe McCurdy's are occupying tbe
i The Gibson near ranch, Bueanville,
last season produced some big tine
sweet potato. Why bas not some
rancher tried to grow tuat splendid
A at. Helen's mother tried to start
tire in tbe kitchen stove with coal
'oil. She succeeded, but was borued
to deatb. and ber husband aod one
child were also badly burned Hull
people continue to use kerueeue for
that purpose, heedless of numerous
deaths from such csnse.
Mrs Bernard O. Sitz recently had
at tine new piano installed iu ber
A marriage license was granted by
County Clerk Faynt Tuesday to V.
O. Morgan aod belle Johnson, both
' A bunch of tp foYmer O. V. f. Co.
soiveyoia bave taken service with tbe
Warner Valley Irrigation and Land
Co. aud left Tuesday in tbe Thomas
flyer of tbe company for the scene of
The Woman's Guild will meet at
the home of Mrs F. P. (Jroneinillr
today at 2:30 p m.
The Examiner bas forgot to mention
that jiur enterprising neighbor, tbe
AJtfrss New Era, got out a splendid
fTew Years addition, showing up in
Stood shape tbe advantages aod op
portunities in Northeastern Caii'or
sia. The long tuunell on tbe Oaiforoia
Northeastern railroad nearDorris, bas
been completed and trains to aud
from Klamath Falls are now run-nig
tbiougb it. Tbe sboo-fly track
which bas served for temporary nee
in crossing the summit white the
tunnel was being completed is now
being torn up. Tbe Durrie tunnel
la nearly b&lf a mile long.
Atluraa New Era, 26 nit: We hear
that Mike Carroll will oon bring bis
band of Greeks from Lake county to
Alturas and commence on tha N-C-O
extension. He bas been at work on
tbe Lake county reservoir for the
Oregon Valley Land Vo.
S. H. Han-old, Dr. Campbell and
C. A. Sorlie, of tbe Lakeview Deiel
opment Co. bave gone to Altruao to
look up offices for tbe company All
their orchard tracts are located
in Modoo eoooy aod tbey think
it better for their interests to locate
Klamath Herald 28tb ult: J. C.
(Cravens bas porchasea th Worden
bouse on k wanna Heights now occu
pied by Dr. C. P. Mason. Posses
sion is to be given in tbe spring.
Driving a gss burner down over an
oil can spout and soderiog it to pre
vent its ellppiug will prevent waste
of oil running down en tbe outside of
Tbe voting contest at Arcadia Thea
tre for the most popular young lady
ended Tuesday night. Tbe counting
ef tbe ballots resulted ia giving MeL
lie Gibbons, 22,500 vctes and Ethel
Bailey 14.708 votes. The last evnoiug
of tie balloting was spirited aod cost
some of the boss a very pretty penny
Nesrlv all our bustjesa places are
now closed a'. 6 p. m. Saturdays. In
this mote Laknvlew is but followtug
tbe custom now nnirerasl throughout
the entire country.
It is reported that some rf the
chldren of F. O. Anhlstrom are down
with the mumps.
The Alturas New Era of th 26th
ok says: "A train lead or Miller
Lax beet cattle left here tbis morn
ing over the N-U O. Cattle- ship
ments are keeping up, and tbe ship
ments bave been heavy." Tbese must
be tbe cattle diiven through LaJteview
a few days ago.
Srnce Chief Forester Pinobot ia out
ef office, tbe Forest Rangers lo tba
Washington- University at Seattle,
who were studying to Improve their
nsMjfallness bave had their salary cut
nut by tba-new chief. Tae Examiner
fails to tee- tbe justice of snob an act.
If tbe nation educates Us nay and
array officers, wby shouldn't it also
train Its forestry men?
NOTICE OF SALE: Notice is here
by stven that the undersigned.
Town Marshal, of tbe town of Lake
view, Oregon, will on Monday tha 7tb
day of February, 1910, at the boor of
2 o'clock p. m. on said dsy at tbe
Mammoth Livery Stable, in said town
sell at publio auction to tbe highest
bidder for cash in band, one red
yearling steer npon which no brand
can be fonnd. marked with sons re
crop ad slit in right ear. aod square
croo in left ear; star in forehead.
Staer be been impounded and ad
vertised under the ordinance of tbe
Town of Lakeview.
CDAS. TONNINGSRN Marshal.
Dozens of HORSE-SHOE Specials
All Over The
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28,
When you find a horse-shoe you are lucky.
E3 iSSandilastlng TWO WEEKS YOU will be lucky In my Store.
There are cards bearing a large horse-shoo, each card doslgnates a
The following Items give but a small Idea of tho many advantages to
be gained by attending my i .
i Horse-Shoe Sale
XJ ; Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Suits
$26aid $35 rValues now being closed out at1 $12.50
Necessity knows no law, so I simply must dispose of this stock. I'm
willing to take a loss now. I made my profit early in the season.
r There are a good many short lengths, Just enough for one dress, or
skirt or waist. Oeod Luck Bargains to YOU.
The kinds that are fleecy and warm. This cold weather suggests
them. Prices down to 50c per garment for ladles' size. COME QUICK.
Do You Want to Sell?
If you wBlit to sell your tiUMlnesH
of ftny kind, or if you want to sell
your ' property, nnd will make- the
price rljrht. I would line to heiir from
you. Gfre description and price.
Addres J. E. SMITH. 513 Chamber
Commerce,. 1'ortlnrd. Oregon. 3wfl
Mrs. NEILON, wsi
John Patterson, a hlarkwnlts of
New Pine Creek, died Monday morn
ing, of pneumonia. He had only tieeo
ill about a week. He leaves a wife
and two children.
Mrs. Lucy Hameralev, na aged
lady of New Pine Creek, died last
Thursday and waa burled there on
Friday. We bave uo further parti-'l'llars.
J. B. AUTEN
PLTER SCTIUTLER WAGONS
MOLINE FARM IMPLEMENTS
GANG AND DISC PLOWS
SPRING TOOTH HARROWS
WALKING PLOWS AND HARROWS
RUBEROID ROOFING. GUARAN
TEED TEN YEARS. ANSWERS
IN PLACE OF LINOLEUM AT
ONE-THIRD THE COST. GUAR
WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
te29 SAVED IS tttt EARNED.
T . T 1
lousiness Jamais jj : Mod
Fresh candy, every dsy at tbe Bon
Mr. Home Hollder Oor line of
supplies bas never be' n questioned
See if yon can find fault with tbem.
M & B
Pennuts o popcorn, alwavs hot, at
the Bon Ton confeetitiery.
Will help yoir bunk account if yon
will let us. One mau bas made over
8200 00 trapping this eion Why
not you? We bare the tiaps. B & M
We have tn talk Mbont TILLMANNS
canned stuff. We know thev have
qnlitv. I' i' easier to auk for TILL
MANNS than it is to expniin why
that brand is so rn u a h better Say
tbe word at B AM
-We have the best assortment of mattresses ever
' : brought to Lakeview". A full line of Silk Floss,
Sanitary, Elastk-Felt. Cotton and others
We also carry a full line of Furniture, Iron Beds,
Carpf-ts, Linoleum, Go-carts, Quilts, Blankets etc
T COLVIN'S FURNITURE STORE.
Undertaking Parlors in Connection.
Will have Fresh Dread, Cakes and Pies every
day. Luncn uounzer in uonnovxion.
OPEN ALL NIGHT 0. M. SHAFFER, MANAGER LAKEVIEW
Our New Telephones
rorlland, Or.. Jan. 26, 1910
Editor Kxaiiluer :
J. am very much pleased to be able
to iufurtu our good peopU of ou r
prosperous little .towu, Lakeview,
that 1 bave purchased for "The Lake
view flue Creek Eleutrto Co, one ol
of tbe very bent aud up to date tele
phone, plants in tbe State of Oregon,
and which will soon be installed.
Lakeview bas been waiting for such
service and we hope that our stroug
etlcrt, our kuowledgs of tbe situa
tion, touetbei with our heavy Invest
ment will be appreciated by oor
President for tbe Company.
On Mondsv laitt J. E Tracy and
Miss Hannah Andnrsnn, ere mar
ried at the residence of the groom's
father, Walter Tracy. The wedding
ceremony waa performed by Rev. U.
J. Wentell. Atfer the wedding cere
mony a very tine wedding dinner was
served The wedded couple are young
in years, but start out In life with the
good-will ami liiessinga of their pa
rents. In marrying young they are fol
lowing Ik the foot steps of our fore-
Sberilf Caldwell, of Alturat, died . fathers when early marriages were tbe
Monday of pneumonia, was hurled ' rule, and not as now the exception,
with Masonic rites Tuesday at Cauby, : The Examiner wishes them a Jong
oc county, California. He was . and happy Life.
ill a few davs. He whs W years.
Id. and has been a resident of Mo-- . l. KliabalL the well known tlm-
doc county 1 years, waa on of the , hr niailt wbo ,ooh frr ,h WeT.-r-
weauniest siocameu in iu vvvuiy. i,anBpr eydt0ate in this vii-lnily. hs
lie leaves n . lorre mjun,
daughters, aod three brothers
mourn his untimely end. He
a wide circle-of friends anrf was one
of the mosfr highly r-speet'r men o
Rainbow laces "The kind
plea es Just opened at Ii Si Jw.
recently married to Minn VaUou, of WANTfcI
'j Ashland. The young laoy is tlm , ,,',,.,, f
hart' daughter of C B. Wa'soo. who estab- ' "on. lor
I lished th Lake I'onntv Examiner
ana was lot editor fur some years.
The happy rouble hnv I lie I.hhi
wishes of all their Lakeview t i.-u ils.
Horn, Thursday, Jan 27, to the wife
of It. C. Pos'.er, ot buumor Lake, a
11 pouud danghter.
WANTED. Sober all around man
for general work about the place,
bandy about machiuery and wood
work Steady position to right man.
M'jst batch or I' married no children.
W ANTT.K-The Overland MtMMfity w.nta .11
"lUTK' tlc, rk,hle man or woittun In ljiki-ttr
loan udoonly M.n.Krr In Lake t'ounljr, lo
conilnri a ntHH-rl(lou ranipalin. Oooil a
IM-rmani-nt luiplouiint, 01 prliin-" oiniror.-T
kary, Ki-h-ranoM r.qolred OutA an1 In
triirtlon. frre. Artilrw linmndlaialj, "( Ircu
ladoii Mrnanr." Ovi-rland MoutblJ, 772 Mar-
In M hall rram Iw-o. I al. If
Inimrdlalely, r-.on.lble ini-n and
nial apiM-aranr 10 aoliutate an lwrlv
hi Ov.riand Monthly rhiuul oro-
lllalila wark . Hulfiiclhl (-nmmi.aUtii, valuatlf
..Ii arl.i-a l'Hriukiiint amnlnvniKiil
fiT bullrii. (Jitu ri-lrmnra, eddn-aa
1 1 rn la 1 urn Manarir. O.irland Xnnlhly, 77,1
Mnrki'l Hi . Han Kram two, 1 ai. II
" Twiilltff.HfPH (urtii I rt llurlluv
v county, with or without bUMi-
ties lot in likevlew.
U TOEPl'ERWlbLN & CO.
f, Snna B'hl'i;. HoIh, Idaho,
LADIES AND QENTL.EMEN
oom in mmw muMTimm muiLOima
anfr or ooinr Mouse
Fimmtt Clui Worn
Ftmar Clmbu cue row Souoirmo
Skating on TiieNilikyH, Wednecditys
sod ThiirHiliiyH nlglitM. Polo en Mon
iIh.vh 11 nd Fridn., h nlirhte. Wednes
day afternoon, Lndiea IHy.
E. IX KASTON.Prop.
is the place where " you
SHE HAD LISTENED
It waa at a private entertainment,
and a lady had just arisen from the
"Wouldn't you like to ba able to
sing and play my dear?" aba qoered
of a little five year old miss.
"No, ma'am," was tba unexpected
"And wby not?" said tbe lady.
"Cause, "explained themell ob
server, "f 'WouldifT like to llave peo
ple asy aocb horrid things about me."
WEEKLY WEATHER REPOKT.
Week ending; .Tuesday, .Jan,,!!,. 191Q
Day mtxjmln, preelp an'w ebaraeter
I lalion (all ol day
wed.' I 4o I I 6.00 I (0 I cldy"
tbur 50 I 37 0.00 00 J cldy
(rhPy 48 2 i O.(K) 00 j
eaCy i - -0a J 00 pt cldy
sun! ! 'i nfl i i9T6.ro foo "
iiKin.i 29 j 3 " ) O-00. J06 I clear
tueH. j 30 16 6700 fOO ptcidy
Why delay getting that homestead?
Your chances are less every day.
Railroads are building into our section.
Capitalists are securing large tracts
of our lands.
Settlers are coming: every day and locating.
Whathas been known as the GREAT INLAND
EMPIRE will soon be segregated with railroads
and become one of the most prosperous farming
sections in the West. .
.Youknpw the advantages and opportunities there are in a new
country, and the ever Increasing price. of land, and we assure you that
a trip Into our county will prove oneof the best investments you ever
REMEMBER.. iwe. make a specialty of locating homesteads, desert
claims, and reporting on school lands, college lands, etc. and we assure
you of the very best of service.
Write or call on us for any information you may want concerning
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