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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1910)
LAKH CO I .N'I'V KXAMIMJ , LaKKVIKW, OKKOi ).V. TIP u . APRIL 14, l!Mn.
JIMf Uaked Bread,
$fj Biscuit, Cake, Pastry.
M Fresh,Tasteful, Health-
rj n ul, and Economical when
tm made with
The Lake view Mecantile Company
sell all the following well known
and advertised lines of goods that
you have noticed In a.11 the leading:
magazines and papers and we guar
antee every one of them to be genu
ine and the very best that money
can probure. Let us show you
through the following:
La V'i-.' ne Kniiti
Hxtn er Vtin-iM fiinl Skirt
Hole IT". Ho U-ry
CJneen Quality Hboes
H-I renl 4nitf Ikmiim
Ittleiolon Preen es
i tiift hirM
Minenty .- It"
Dotll l- Mmc
Hole Proof "''X
Royal Is the only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
eview Mercantile Co.
HOQ RAISING IS PROFIT
ABLE IN THIS SECTION
A ne ut tint Hrtlt-hi ou liotf-rnUliiK U
where In thin itniiu Hit) riiirprimi VmI
Ivy Knonril n'vt-B iuih vuliinlilu nlui
r; Hoiiis (Iht hk IT. 'attriiiii, --f
tlili (linen, mill IK) lirHil of liuui to n
Lultprlrw luitrlifr hI nlutt crnlB ir
jhmiih) 1111 foot. TIiIh In 1 ruliiilily I lie
iiUlumt I rice MIT inlil tor lm III
Moiloc, Mini U mi linlii Hl Ion of wtint
run I in iiihiIh In the I10K titini iikh. Dr.
l'uitrioii. with m k fii (oit'hlKht en
iiuail In tli Iiok lioniueiM minif hnt
txleuilvHv Mliunt H iiiontlm o muI
during tlm I'Hhl year tiun mil oTtr
9H.iK.lU wortn of Iiuun olf tilt marl) ami
tlll tin h iBryo uninlifr llt. ihn
hou bimliinwii wn coihIiicIkI Hk u nidi)
Uaim on tbi rHucli niid iu uo way lu
tttrfored Kith thn olhrrfHrui work mid
Mho wliHt ennruy hii I pluck fun do
on u HurnrUe VullHy ri .eh.
THE FIRST DEGREE
Watch Lake County
Sheep all Right
Jame uairv ths wfll kn;n Lk: The Beo1 Hollftio aaya tnirty or
uxiinty etocMii an 11 inimt from tc in-'mora booiemakers have Leeo located
cpe tloo of his h( p l'Ht buve t'-o ou the baf trob Flans wheat lao"s
i'U V a winter ranee Mr. Harry to- snuthtaat of Bcl d 1nrln tbe last
porta that b anlferifd a lona of about ' month. Tbe summer roeb is jofit
mIx per cent rnm the nnnmmlly hard j cnmai ucluii, say toe locators, and
winte owm to the fact tnat bis sup- it 8 nxpt-cted before tbe sasou is force them brp. to say notblou trit
ply of bay run short when be nt-eied I 0Ter every available acre of tbl last a a few rearsi this will be one f
feed, due t 1 amituer s'ocktnao bavlij j Kreat Uud stretch of rich (Joveroiseot the fjreatest cold prodocina ctloim
uned It an I heina uuahle to replace i80(j wail be taken up And tbe ColooeMn right In all e
Iherequireil ainnniit 10 time. ' r'rrr-rr-r? ? predicts!
Colonel is a Booster
Tbe Alt jras Plain lealer U tetti''X
alive to tbe rcaeniticeot posaibiliti-s
of this countrv.
It says railroads most come over
our water level route. Oar froit.
Brain, stock, and tinber intetests wilt
Utile KesM.iei It Ice, a 4-year oil
bov of Prof. Klce. tbe otter day, ha 1
a in lion he mluht be an odd tcl'ow
Home time, and started to 1 hie a
m-lublinr' uoat Thn ttOHt waa 00
pi'Hud to tbl, aitd bow'ed thn kid
utir, and then a ha not xiu tint him
auother oue. Hy thU time Knottier
much Hi'aniil, and ronslderably hurt,
coucliidrtd rapid tranvit tiy rrawlinu
would tieat runnlnu. Tbe uoat wan
of tbe Miime oplu:ou aud Hcceleriited
bin unlnu. will) several bird tumpa.
KIiihIIv tbe uoat k"t to tbe eud of bia
(). CretiBler, and wi'.e. left yes
terday for a viuil wllii friends 10
1 orkeley mid jan r ruicisco Clar
j hh'h Kinehait took tbem as far as
1 Dun a Creek and poviiiLly to Aliuras
in one of his anion.
8. D. l.you. of Seattle is in town
AOKFr.lNJ WITH HIM
He (aege tlvely) Whn I ko
janytbBS, I'm there to etay.
nne (simi'ie a yain; iea, we e
all noticed you're no quitter. Balti
Ciilhert ISroMii. of the (orentry ser
vice, who I.bh l.eeu 111 the L'uivemlty
at Seuitle all winter takinu a course
111 fureslry returned la-t We.lneonay.
11. . ....1 i. u.... .1 i...,.un.
tether, whereat Ke-Moer ot bol.i of , wb , , s t , fof h um9
bis bonis ami pulled tbe kohL s head .)r,,0l)H
tluht p to bis chest aud screamed , 1
mo luitilv that so'oe one came and! Lyle Phillips was "up Friday from
A Central Po ut iuhu in 1007 wan
ottered 7 000 for bU amull orchiird
to apples and pears. The paulu ciiiiim
and the "enl f ll tbrouuli. But tiy
wallluu three yexia be sold the plaoe
laat Hi'U fiir II l.ihK). An I w'iIIh you
wre tbiiiklnu aixuit thiri dou't forma
to remember that the prexeti low
prices for Lake county lands me not
soiiiii t coiitliiiie for any (treat
lenuth of time I
Kot htm away He was told to keep
away from 'ne eot or be niiuht set
killed Heaoawered ''well be
couldn't kill me that time, as 1 bad
a bold of his bones, and wheu I aa as
bin a my papa, I'll take a stick and
whip that uoat I"
THE CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE
Salt Andrt Ca'DewIe: "Millions
will t ma le In real estate
DiXt ten tears " Vi il cau kill
as to I.hI'h coii 11 y real eMtnl by .ih
scrlnni( for the Kxaiulner.
1 he 3hsutHUiiia Circle will neet.
MondiiV eiei.mu with Mli-s HetHie
Huruebs Prouram : "Mnturie Types
nf Aichitectiire." Chap. 7. Ml
Mabel ll e "Snclnl Ll'u at Home, " t ,.,.-B,
VHM. I lin I'DHJ Uii7 il HIV "rii
t'i-dii, Mies Sarnh Horn. "Tiie
t''ri-iidl Star. ' ohapters 21. 22. 2:1
in tne and 21, Mis. Hlebar. A review of a
pud" I lortlon of "HypatiH," M ins 1 1 er'rude
(ieo. Aye a, was over fro n Bldwell
Friday and returned Monday to look
af'er bis (Jo need lake irrlgatioo
M 1 mm Pearl Tboma, wbo has been
living on tbe West bide l b bt-r
psreuts. Mr ho i Mr U. W Ander
son slnc) Kefit laHt., left Thursda
nironiiiif A pril Tit) 011 the Wttira
Stuiie ou er way to Lu Anuelcs.
C 11I if. H TtioinoS'jii expert to
take a ponitlou as bookkeeper iu that
city where stie was prevtojnly em
! Mavor Uavnot bas urn vi (led for but
one of Tammany's 35 district Inaders.
Another victory like the last and the
Titter will have nothing left but a
and see toe Pott
bave fits. Bend,
Sulifcr'lM- f r tin- Kxaminer.
Beautlfnl new sample line of ladiee CHr08th.11 Vhvir Flakes
summer dresses, et tbe Parisiao Mil- laKe fHckujn ooc at
New I ine of l.rtilh-H'
Ht'llM from TiOc up, at
An Armimrdate worn n wbo boaxted
that she wouldn't trust the banks,
wis murdered last week for ber
I:. LONZWAY, Proprietor.
Best Heals in Town--Try Us !
Hood, Clean Rooms
r a ? . a 11 Srr?
m we are going 10 mauige in a iaiK n
ri on our une 01 iarm implements. i
ft We have the best lines in the
$ market. Such as the 'John Deere i
4 h plows and harrows.' 'Oliver g
b chilled and steel plows 'Buckeye, g
I and Thdmas drills,' 'Planet Jr.,
r(t garden seeders.' (5
h 'Studebaker and Bain wagons.' pJ
m These are all stan ird makes m
B and speak for themselves. The fi
price is right, quality considered. B
U Call and see us when on the
M market. hi
4 T. E. Bernard. I
C Krlcken and daru Kosiiiark, of
.VliuiieHP'ilH. ate here to look over
the connlrj with a view of iocatiog
Andrew Asher, of uai8 Creek, was
A. W. I ad I came over Sunday from
E. F.mmett, was an arrival Satur
day from Caldwell, Idaho.
11. Deut and U. Killey of Plush
were herj ovei Suoday,
Mrs. P. D. Wilson, of Port Kicb
nioud, Calif., joined ber husband
T.ualay. Mr. Wilson bas been hre
Nathan Smith of Urews valley was
in tow u Saturday.
Mioses Millie and Katie Cloud, of
Cedarville. were visititiu tbeir uncles
li. P. au i Tbos. Cloud tbe nasi few
II. P.. Merrow, of Auburn. Calif.,
was here in Uiwn last Thursday.
E. P. Hammer, of Reddlug was
here last week.
W. Balt'sby of Klleosburg,
was an arilval Friday.
Chan Lambert, Uouauza; Robt B
I Kay, Sacraoieuto; Mr J. Daley,
I Colorado Springs; L Diluteeu, Hold-
rinKH, .Msn , u. a ninong. xiam, ran
aas; and U 11 llutfmau, Woodburn,
Oregon were new arvals yesterday.
Roy Si.lrk and wife returned Satur
day fro ttieir Califorula trip. They
bave bought (.leo Down's bungalow,
'and will occupy it soou.
W. Lair Thompson beg returned
from Fort laud, - aud aaya the pros
pects of Latteview are better than
Seager's Sales List,
General realty, ranches, improved and raw,
homestead relinquishment. Look this list over
carefully if you are coming to LAKEV1EW.
I IeinoiiH imd OraiiKt'i
for siilo at
IMn hcich '2yt inih-H frnni inwn
town luiiltH, i;d bonne, hnrn
hihI hIiciIh, 15 HCtvH in wlieitt,
avfrajfeil 3. tu. to the a-re.
(Irv farming, none (ikh1 liny
laniN, a well Improved farm.
1'iO ncrt-M tini-xt liiiul .f irraln
irrnin land, 17!; a r-H under O.
V. I., ('o h. ditch. If any part
of the valley in orrhurd land. 20
acres of thin Im. .1 u-t 7 tnilea
went of town. ti' 0 (X), part
card), balance longtime.
158 acren, 10 niilcMfroin town.
80 acre- under O. V. L. ditch,
tialance good groin land, fine
mw fences, one room horn, new
barn. .'10 ticrea cleared, 1200.00,
197 acres, joining town of
Add, cood house, barn, fences
and orchard, 60 acreH to alfalfa
balance fine grain land, $0500
canli, this ia a good one.
176 acrn, proven fruit farm.
800 to 1000 trecu from 4 to 10
years of age. 1000 dewberries
alto atrawlierhea and ranplxr
ri, jriKxi water right, also gtaln
land and hay land, fenced and
uli fenced, clone to New Pine
Creek. $15,000 cash, down.
This land wlU sell within 5
years for f250 per acre.
40 acres. Joining New Pine
('reek, good house and barn,
small orchard, 20 acres alfalfa,
balance good praln land, 4r00
cash, this Is a beauty spot.
820 acres, O. V. L. ditch rins
through It. good buy, $12 per
acre, 15 miles from town, Binall
40 arres. $S(i00. es !"'
loeutH, thi- is one of the best
Hto k ranches lo his country,
all femvd, 120 lurex in hy,
plenty of water. Imi ho!l 100
tons bay, 150!' head he'. Hoe
parilei), yoixi room ho un
limited runge all nr.nnil this
place that can never li li-ed.
IVdnt-t the improvementa and
the land coet- about 7.;0 per
acre. It is the liest buy we
have on our lists and will soon
160 acie Kheep or goat ranch,
small hou e. unlimited range
arou' d. 'JO acies n meadow,
eprlng on the laud. f.'iOOO part
208 acres. 1 mile from town,
large hot eprltig. bath house,
twu dwellings, barn, this is a
money maker as a mineral oath,
and green house proposition,
f 10,000, yt cash. Big future pro
tits if this Is improved.
20o acres, good home, barn,
chicken house, feed sheds, gran
erv a beautiful Iarm all cleared
fenced and sub fenced, hog,
grain and orchard land, repar
ion water right, 350 trees in
oichr.rd. 45 per acre, 4 cash,
1. 2, or 3 years on balance.
This is an Income producer
right from the jump. 15 miles
320 acres, 6 room bouse, fair
barn, part fenced, just 6 miles
from Ltikeview. on county road,
all lavs under the ditch, about
12 acre water right. $17 50.
Cash. This is a bargain for
energetic buyers. Uet busy.
$2000. 4it ai res. 1 In. water
right, old hou-e and barn, all
fenced. This is an Ideal fruit
and alfalfa farm. Cash only.
20 miles south of l-akevicw.
liOiic;eK. 40 linilier. 120 mea
dow and gi-ii:n 1 md. the flin
tier alone will lie worth the
price. Old house and fair barn,
about TiO acres femred, jiift 12
miles across the vallej-, flSO.
la Davis Creek
110 acres a!l under cultivation
a tine 7 room house in beet of
repiir, two good barns, orchard,
about H) tu-res in hay and
grain' this fxrm is right In the
town of Davis t'reek and affords
a great inves inetit.
7 acres, 6 room good houe,
good barn and improvements,
right iu Davis Creek. SlrjOO.OO.
2Jacres, 4 room house, good
barn, and work shop on county
ro?id, fine i M-at'on for harness
shop, f 1 000.10.
10 acres, 4 room house, barn
for hay and stock, water right,
all cleared $1600.00,
160 acres. 150 fruit trees, 40
acres first class fruit land,
house, barn berries, garden.
Dynamo exilter, 3g miles No. 9
electric light wire stiung, side
lines. Pel ton water wheel, a
qtantlty of poles, good plant,
t7Cii0 00. ah mt 25 customers,
93000 00 cash, good cpeulng for
80 acre. a few miles south of
New Pine Creek, fenced. 70
acres in gruin, n mighty good
buy, $2000.00 cash. This will
not be open long. ee it at once.
We are Head quarters for the Sale or the Purchase of O. V, L. contracts from 10 acre
irrigated tracts to 1O00 acre farms if you wish tu buy any joining: your- or want to sell
Will have hot
25 for 25c.
From 5 to 6
10 acre O. V. L. tract, $325,
Inst two miles west of town,
"ully paid, In Sec. 7. Twp. 3D. R.
20. Tills is a good one.
10 acre O V. L. Tra-t $250.00
In Sec. 25 Twp. 38. R 19. Lot 12
Special 20 acres In White
Horse Valley, Part of the Old
White Horse Ranch, for sale at
par-41150 paid up to date will
sell even money. Tract 8, sec 31
twp 36, R. 30.
Special offers with 5 acre water
10 acre, with ft acre water
right, O. V. L. Tract 10: Hec. 7;
Twp 41; H 19. lot 11. Blk. 67..
if taketi at once $40.00-$ 130.00
10 acres with 5 acre water
right. Tract II: Sec. 13; Twp 39;
R 19 Just 3 miles west from
town on county road, If taken
at oi.ee $275.
Two tei. acre tracts joining.
19 and 22. Sec 25, twp. 40. R IS.
Together with two town lots
44 and 41, blk 17, we can reccom
menil both tracts aud lots as
good Investment at $240 each.
Must sell. Two contracts for
$150 cash. Have paid $100 on
each. 10 acres tract 30, Sec. 23.
Twp, 39. R. 18. Town lot 12, IMk
16, the other 20 acres. Tract 20,
Soc 11, Twp 86. R 33, Town lot
3, blk 205.
160 acres. 140 tillable good
three room house new, 2 creeks
on land, good horse coral, part
fenced, $500. 7 head dairy
cows, 6 head horses, plow, har
row, cultivator, house furniture
dishes, etc. $1000,
We are printing a beautifully
photos of Lakevlew aud Goose
Illustrated booklet giving
Lake Vallev. also larirn nlmu nf
the Valley showing ditches, creeks ami each section and
township and range, location of the lake, Jak.view, etc.
Send 1 Oc in stamps or coin for each.
SEAGERS REAL ESTATE,
" LAKtVItW, UltEtuN
Beat the Railroad to It. L
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