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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1910)
AKF. COUNTY EXAM1NKH. I.AKKMF.W, OUKOON, riU'KSIiAV, AI'KII.
The Home of Good Values
Our Spring stock of Ladies' and Gent's furnishings
are complete in every respect. We especially call
your attention t . our line of Ladies' Ideal shirt
waists, and our famous Idea; shirts for Men.
Hanan Shoes Stetson Hats
We are the oldest Real Estate firm in Southern
Oregon, and until this season, we have not attempted to
locate a single party on Government land. "GOOD"
land subject to homesteading is scarce, but we can now
locate a few on the cream of now vacant lands iiv" Lake
! We also have a big list of farms, unimproved lands
and town property for sale.
Very truly yours,
J. W. MAXWELL & SON.
Bailey & (Viassingill.
Smiles and Squalls
Mr " nit: vruTit
A I'rt-cu w 001:111 wbii wm iilug
for h rliwirce trout tier hiiiaiid b
(iniliK it excessive (Irlnklnif 11 4 wllh-
! drawn ln-t milt Mini ktiaed Hit made
up, 011 I'Mi.ilf" of lii-r liiii l y in it uit
his llliti I111H to 'JO lr ok h m !
The I'residsut lit going to elde rtp
Indiana. What's toe matter? Is ha
atrmd of Hevei blue ur don't he like
(( ' COUNTY NEWS a.
H. E. Cnrtiss, our good natnred
neighbor, will look after tne old 70
taocb t is summer for the O V L Co
An auto from Paisley way passed
through her Sunday.
Lnte Mots stopped over Tuesnsy
dood on bis way to Lakeview from
In relation to road pet it ion - we
mentioned last week. We hrliete
tbere is too mucb individuli-m mi
nected with same from tn turn
things hae takeu It seems it if id
posed tn drop the level, mn.t pn-r'i
cal and inexpensive road ou the Nor ti
aids of the Valley for the ld abao
doned road on tbe south tine with
rocks twists, fences aud ridiculous
prades. which if put tbiouub will c-.itt
tbe county more to keep iu shape
each year than it will co-t to toil 5
the roai on tbe North ede
Practiall? tbe only cost to the'
county ti.r tb rrad on tbe urrtb :
side wo'il t be a cheap bridge at the
Narrow. ad over land oued by tbe'
O-V-L Co.. whose authority btg teen
secured o u ake ai opening at any
The V F Mer. Co is dong a
businei-e in Pats-ley and nee the
!? n art as uiucb if not more
auvbortv Tbe south side
i be of 00 ben fit to V em what
A lariie major ty of
ti e lo er alley fa? or
tne Vallev Kails Mer Co Isincoi
pomtiug for illUK.) K. L 11. Meyer,
aud C V H .leunlngt retain a third
interest ea.-h A Salt Lake party has
taken tbe other iuterent.
With a good pumping plant for
water supply some abade tree along
our aeuues we will be assuming Me
tropolitan airs by next fall
Even up in Multounmab county,
ouly one of the county officers a
justice, of the pear bad tbe hardi
bo d to declare himself in favor of the
"anieojl ly" plan of defeating tbe will
tbe north side!?' the .h"le P1' iu the interest of
should get out bis razab, lor sbuahl
the people in
The Hotcbkiss ranch wbicb for
fa Hirouiolaie 1 travel, win,
nashe hotel at Valley Falls
1 l-te t. uit cater to this busi-
11 . titer fere with their cattle
The hotel at this point is now under
eon ruction aud will tie rushel to
cnnpletion as fast as possible, a good
bam a'td a large purup for a water
supplv s hUu going to be installed.
,h pa I labo capital is behind this.
Claud Ritter has accented
tion it h tbe V F. M. Co
Tn k"ep paee with their business
Valley Falls Merc: Co.
1 alley Falls,
We do our best to please,
We buv and sell lor cash.
We will soon have a more complete
and up-to-date siock and would respect
fully solicit trial orders.
Best Prices in Lake County
The Valley Falls House
'A" alley Tails, Oregon
On or about May 15 wil' be open to ac
comodate all travel, everything new, iron
beds and good meaH. Our aim is to please
all. Good barn in connection with hne
water, hay and grain.
BIEBER WILL BUILD
A MODERN BLOCK
Will Commence Oper
ations at Once, and have
it Completed by Fall
Merchant liiebei tviucet his faitb
in Lakeview and its future by bis
1 conclusion to greatly enlarge bis
present building occupiel by himself
land Mrs. Neilou's Women-wear eatab
' He nl immediately comm-oce he
I work of improvement wbicb consists
; in adding a inther stnry, wbicb U to
'be tJttel up in ntfi-e suites aud will
extend tbe entire b-iilding back about
2'i feet. Under the latter pHrt will lie
, placed t be fumace fir heating and
a I no a septic tank, so that tbe build
inw will bethmouuhiy modem
I Mr. Bieber is one of our most ente
' prising citzens, and the new block
will be a credit to hin in to tbe
Tbe building is to be ready October
' 1st for occupaucy
! The Lassen Mioing Co. at Uaydn
I will soon ne ready to start up opera
tions, after a close down of several
j months. The three an 1 half miles of
I pipe line conveying water from Wil
i low Cieek to the mine, will soon t
'in place, and when ready to start 125
i men will be given employment.
Ladies' and MlHen' Tun
and Black Oxfonla
from f UK) up, it
Something New In
The "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly
coming into use for cooking purposes. It is taking
the place of agate and enamel ware because while its
first cost is a trifle more than ordinary ware, it is
really much cheaper in the long run, as it is guaran
teed for twenty-five years and will last practically
a life time.
The genuine "1892" Ware, made only from pure
SPUN (not cast) Aluminum, will not crack, scale, peel,
break, tcorch or burn.
It looks like silver but weighs only about one
quarter as much, is easily cleaned and handled, and
will not rust; corrode or tarnibh. Absolutely pure,
non-poisonous and wholesome ; saves money, time and
Be sura you l the original and cn
tun war uunpxl wilA In MaiMo
CroM. At jruw dealer.
T. E. Bernard,
The little daughter of a clergyman
stubbed her toe and said, "Uaro !"
"I'll gi" you ten neuts," said
her father, "if you'll never say that
A few days afterward she came to
blm and said :
"Papa, I've got a word worth half
a dollar. Every bodys Magazine.
The Normal School question Is fair
ly before the voter by tbe Initiative
Bill for Monmouth framed by her
Alumni This aeperateu it wholly
from politics, and gives tbe voters a
fair obajce to express tbeir choice.
Schools are a necessi;y we must edu
cate tbe beys and girls and we most
have teachers ; the Normal 8 ibool Is
tbe plane to train and prepare tbese.
Vote, Yea for Monmouth.
J. 13. V. DUTLEK. S e .Com. A7-28
You will meet business
men at Swenson's Restaurant.
rioving Picture Show
Up- to -Date
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri
days and Sundays
Two Shows each Night
At 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock
5nider's Opera Houm
Admuulon 10 and 15 ctn
dot tcr.uilk. Ctiartly raiilauka favor
1 ie beverage?
The "bang" uf tbe Hl' IN(lc
That is uot the straight chop olf of
the Chinook oa, but a tiizzy.
frizzy f t inge over the brow. W hat
fools theee mortal w omen be !
Kleven artlinties, six for the man.
and He for the witt, Is uolujt some,
iu hUid old Uothaoj.
Resolutions of Condolonce
To Uieottloern and member of Lake
view Kitekkh I ndue No. 22. I.U O I-'.
WIIKKKAS -The and duty of
ottii'lHllr reporting the death (if
liiothei Hlter l. l tM( v. a !eoted
f.ithir. a kind kill lovlntf IiohIihii I,
a lovnl lii tiekHli. and n true trlend,
ilevolvej III 011 tm at tlila time; an I
'V 1 1 hi; i-;. s. Hy il mici.iei, and
untlMoiy d-iith anotiivr link ba
tiren iemoed l r ' 111 t ' I'haln that
bliula 111 lotietlier H'ol ban IhIoii Hay
one of nor nu inl ere to bin huiiin
Hb ive ; l'lier lore f it
IIKSOI.V l'.l-That this treHt
r- are leniiudi'd that a'l iiiohI
I as tlir.owh tbe vhIIi-t of tie kIihiIkw
of death l y I tia patti that lead to
eternal life, and whIU know that
word avail little In such a bi reave
ment, yet they are the only medium
through fthli'h e can exirM our re
soei't for our ileparteil brother and
extend our sympathy to the alllk'ted
Ihla Eucnmuiiiit be draped In mouru
lutt for a period of thirty dnya, Hint
a copy of ttuae reaolnt loua lie spread
upon the minutes of Mm Kiieamp
ment, "py be furnlxlied to toa la
reave I family, and a copy be sent
to Ilia local pre lor uhlli'N'ioii,
a V. HUSlK(ll.
w. j vtitiici;
'. O. Ill'MlMJ
Make Tour tlowntowu Hpoltitmeiita
at the I'atUlan Keat iiiiiim.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Plir.NH MMIN(1. Kxperi'ii. ed dr. .
maker want nrk by lln ilny. eMher
at home at rear of Odd h'ein 1 1 nl 1
or In famine., MKS. CA M I'lll-.LIj
I KKStJLVED That our charter be
Womeu ar dow crowdiun men bjrd drapeii in uiouruliitf for thirty day,
every Mere, and when thev set surf
raite all that will be left f r us poor
mate devils will be to tend tbe liable
aud wash the dishes. Kor instance in
South Chicago a woman rum tbe
worst saloon, aud anottier the bet
tin 'ertakloii establishment. And we
wonder if tby play luto each others
New Vok minister baa issued an
edict that w meii must we .r stuxll
hnts or tav away from his church.
The worm turn at last. !
"Let me 'Jominate tb country and
override its laws, and 1 will uive
millions of my ill-uotten vain t"
chanty," is the motto of Uockefeller
Kt. Johns, wbicb was dry, has
tumbled luto tbe beer vat auain. You
can't most always, son el tine tell
hat you least expect tbe moat about
this local option butinesst
A cian never realizes the superior!
ty of women so mucb as wbea bn is
sewinif on a button without thimble,
ptisbioK tbe needle against the wall
to net it half way through and pull
ing it through tbe other half way by
baueiua on to It with the teetb.
The Mormon or Latter Day Saints,
at Independence. Mo. bad a conven
tion recently, at wbmh many nf the
delegates related remarkable experi
ence iu wbicb they declared they met
autreis. bear I cupet uatural voice a d
s-iw their departed dead. We are out
from Mlascuri, bu. we will have to be
showo, even though it would make
our bair stand nn ei.d to see a real
ii'e angel with winus. The earthly
ones in petticoats, aud big bats, don't
scare us a little bit I
copy of the resolution be placed on
the record of this Lodge, a copy un
der the seal of the LodKe tin aent to
tbe bereaved wife and a copy to the
local pies for p:ibl lent ion.
DAVll'.l, II I IK MIS
ALICE K. HUN TI NO
W. J. MOO KM
1 T? officers and members of Lakeview
Lodge mi. t.l. I. O. () :
1 S hernia I eit !i Iiiih ami 1 11 entered
our mystic circle with miiiiuiiiiii for
owr enteemed tirottier, Wa.ler I).
TrB''V : Therefore be it
i KKSOLVKl) That Iu the death of
1 Urot her Tracy the c 1 111 ru unit v ha lot
; au hnnext and upright citizen. Hi
son aud daughter a beloved father
' aud bis wife a kind ai d lovlu t hoa
jband We a'e iierived of a re
I spected and useful member of this
I Lodge aud we sincerely mouru bis
KbSOLVKU That we hereby ex
tend to tbe bereaved r lailves our
sincere sympathy in their bereave
ment. UKSOLVKD-TbBt a copy nf these
resolutions, under tbe seal of the
Lodge, be torwarded by tbe Secre
tary to tbe widow of our deceaHed
hi other, that a copy hereof be bunded
to tbe local tirec for publication, and
1 bat our char er ho draped in m lim
ing lor thirty .tnv
(JKO. K. M !CK11.L
W. .1 M'lOHK
K. F. CllhNKi
WANTKD Home un to haul log.
KinpMire at Hunger tiro. AM Ul
LU.MHK't l-'OK S U.K. -Clean 1 11 11. -ber,
enipiire at rem lence ot Mr. II,
A. Jones OKO. JONKS.
I'l.ANO KOK KALI; - Kohler A Cap
bell. Kii inre of Mr. O K. I'tater
IIAKr.KV I'UK HM.K -In a good
booming town Only one bakesy.
KeiiHona for sell lug Thl I a bar
wain. I' or pa tloolm write tbe Ks
aliiiuer LukfVie Ore
CANAL CONTKACTTO LKT.-Pu-largemeiit
and repairing large irriga
tion canal Hu to '2 mile iu length at
l'ai!e. Ore MuhI be completed by
the 1st of May or oooar, alo wanted
man to do Much work aud wife to
cook for small force of n en. Hea
souable wages Cor null with L. K.
Conn, ljike'iew and call on Geo.
Conn, Falnley Oregoo
il'OURALK A few head of Duroo
j jersey swine at farmer prices.
I KO. WO'jDS, West Hide.
Mrs Johnna Job iaon, widow of the
late Oovernor Johnson, ot Minnesota,
has been given tbe income from a
fund of &2.2.UOO, raised throughout
that state hy popular subnet Iptlon,
a an expression of Ibe esteem with
whicn net husband was field by the
people of that state.
Lake County watita vou.
To otllcers and member of Lake
viev Kncampment, No. IS, I. (J. O.
Wiiereas Our beloved Patriarch,
Walter 1) Tracy, who passed away at
his home iu Lakeview, Oregon, on
A rll 41b. 1'JIO. has by long and elfii
ceut service, as a member of our or-
I o'er, proven bis worth as au Od 1 Fel
low and citizen.
! KKSOLVKL) -That we etxend to
j the widow and deceased Patriarch our
isioceiest aympahty In their time of
KKSOLVKO That tbe charter of
Sncialiot have compbded a
organization at Lakeview,
known a Local l akeview.
Kverynne. who believe In jiiHtice and
that labor should receive the pro
duels of it toll aud especially every
Kui'iaMtit in the county should be
come a member and is requested to
do so Meeting each week. Every
body invited. Parties residing cut of
town can obtain full Information by
writing thit secretary. Watch Lake
County. Something doing next elec
tion. MKS FLOKKNCB WKSLEDER,
Home and Income
Willow Ranch Orchard Homes
Offer You Both.
If you purchase one of these Orchard Tracks of us at our low
price and easy terms,
You should want additional money to build your home and im
prove your orchard yourself,
We will not only help you, bvt will loan you sufficient money at
6 per cent Interest and any length of time. We make this
liberal offer BECAUSE WE KNOW WHAT THESE TRACKS ARE
WORTH We have utmost faith in their worth.
Buy of Us and You W Rejoice
Write for full particulars, plats and illustrations.
BERNARD C. SITZ,
Tri-State Land Company,