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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1910)
C. T. LONZWAY. PROPf'iGTOR
BEST MEALS IN TOWN-Try Us
(1001). CLI:AN ROOMS
Broad, Hot Rolls and Cake Dakod Dally
V WIS milll Ai.L COMPiniTION
Lakeview Decorative Co.
Goose Lake Valley Irrigated
IO.ikx) utcm, will ill villi-hhihh Into my .! (arm ili'Nircil. All mulrr
tlif New dm ii I with f 1 1 I ir fi-i-rnt-i watir rlul't Tin- very I'ri'uni nf
tint Yiill'y StliM-ti'il jfiiiM , ii nil i'v-l, .i'i Iiil Hllulla inuiln. Will
li'iimt for liTin i'f yi'iir fur purl ff thi. Siiiim- Iiiiiiw-h ami l.itnm
will I hi limit fur ili-hiit nlili' IiihiiiIh, Miim ylvi ri'liTi'iiri-H. VVrifu
Hunter Land Co.
Here Ls Where You (iet Your Money's Worth!
WIihii von I y Minimi Slew lit ' mt ml.
Have you tried Our su-ir cured Mams, Bacon?
No U'tiiT iihhIi' liny wln-tv.
I.nnl, h 1 1 it kit f t-1 ri'iiiliTi'cl. iili-nliiti'l v pure, fi Hi. Imcki'tM 11 (X)
I u 1 1 . i'iiiik. Iv. FivhIi fruii'ii i.vkIitm, fl (M prr can. KrimtliOc
All kinds of first class fresh Heat an J Sausage
kept on hand.
We will pay tin- iiinrki't prlii fur iruml lieif ami pork-liugH,
CukIi mi ili'llvrry.
Ciim' ami jri-t !iriiiulnt'i with mm.
wr.rc. ...... (joosiJ LAKK VALLl:V Mf:AT CO.
J. I Mayfield. (lcn. Hjfr.
S3 El 5 T 'n own 's noar aty
Park and High School
location. Those beautiful residence lots
are within a few blocks of business cen
ter. Size 50x150. Price $250. Terms
$10 down, $10 per month.
H. W. DRENKEL
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We hao fundi an entire traiiHorlpt of all IU-ourilH In Lake
County which In any way, afftrct Heal I'rniM'rly In th county.
We have a complete KtH-onl of rvcry MiirtKiiKt' aud traimfi-r
ever iuuaIb In Lake County, am ever Doi'd Kl'n.
firrors Pound In Titles
In trafiHcriliin the roconla we have found nutm rouH rnort
ffiWH recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deed are recorded In the Mortac record and other bookH.
Hundred of mortgages and de'dn are not Indexed at all. aud
most dltllcult to trace up from the record.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others annot find them. We have pat tiuudredn of dollars
bunting up therns error, and we can fully Ku.runtee our work.
J. D. VENATOR,
Valley Falls Mercantile Company
Kun an up to date mercantile store
and sell for Lakeview priees
The Valley Falls House
Is now in operation and here to meet
competition.. New, clean, iron beds
Good Meals 35 cents
Just half way from Lakeview tojXL
ranch and half way from Lakeview
to Paisley, (live us a trial
Good Barn, Hay and Water
Read The Examiner Want Ads
It is longer lasting
More fire resisting
More water and weather proof
than any other known roofing.
Malthoid is made right
in every detail
and for that reason
makes a most perfect
No matter under what
conditions it is used
what climate it is used in
the character of the building used on
Malthoid is the best roofing that
it is possible to make and we
can prove it
by our records
covering many years
cf roofing experience.
MadebyTheMfinePaMCo. LaKcview Mrc. Co.
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of the mnm
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hml written nf ieiii!e in mirh --.! t
lln'i. she hail litnUeii ntT her etia.'e
Mii'iil wilh him She hail mtii nil
isl's laiti.ies aid was .-ute sh- .meil
the m ill whii ainlt'tl llieai She M.iti
it In .t,' luiii ami al.etl every f i ii nd
;lii' ius:.t'!sMt in Ini ftiilme her Km
linlie nI llieai W.XH iuiiiailUi'vl with
Dm her veMftilni: fur him would tut
(Inun She resiihi tl lo s isil him in
sltiMn. A friend to whom she had
kIm'H her cuiilideiiee advised her lo
"hrush iii a hit." leave off her black
nlpaia ami put on silk. Hut the ret
online inlatioii did not Impress tier
Love was n mailer of the soul; it had
iiolhinu to lo with (lollies. wln-:e-iipoti
her friend tnlinoiiished her to
wear Kiimet hinv; pretty all I tic same.
She went lo his stmlio, climbed sev
eral Mollis nf Ma Irs she nun delicate,
mid the elTort mnde her heart throb
violently -mid tupped softly at tlie
dour There wns no response. No
sound came from within. She tried
(he doorknob, tiirniiii; it t'ctilly. then
piislied i tie door slightly ajtir. He was
there lie snt ut tim easel liefore a
cunvtiH on which were a divine fa-'e
mid lisure The hitch slipped Link
uiakiiiK a siiiinil. She started, think
iim it woc.M betray her No; lie wen
.in i:uiitln- W'hal a untile lit'ow! His
I u 1 1 1 1 I "ti Hair it mis ; Inn- i ai ess.'il j
i lie . row ii of his iiiii:iis dead.
What should she do r Should sh
!.re 1 1, l''e sliell lllnler llll'cll he WCli.
'II' sjieiikiiia': Niitln re was a ban
I I.' She illll ;;n .il, i i ii ,
II lill lie came to Himself or from ti:li
ill s I i went s.ifily In the ch..,i
kei'illi li.'l cl.s upon mill (In.' Mh.ii
and sat ilowu.
Alas, she sat upon n palette-u al
tie on which were soft paints o.'
many brl'it colors;
She sut lookinc at him, ycirnlni; foi
lira rreseiiiiy he looked aside from
his work n n l straight at her. Thron-h
his eyes looked a great "P'rlt. Uin
they ditl nut see her; they were as
those of a somnambulist. He turned
his gum back to hit) easel.
for auoiher half hour he worked
iShe would no sooner drag hhu down
from his Idea flight than she pulled
down herself when a poem was well
iug up in her own heart.
Presently she arose to go. She bud
aeeu him. Her soul bad caressed his.
It wua enough.
Rut un form untely something fell on
"Where have you been?" be asked.
"i ve been waiting ror you. I must
put in the eyes." Then, without watt
lug, be weutou: "A little closer, please.
There, face the light."
At the xuuie time he turned and
looked Into her eyes. He thought she
was Ills model. Hut she did not know
It. She thought that bis lofty intellect
had stulked over tire gap of a want of
Then he began to paint, putting her
own dark, poetic eyes Into the bead
on the canvas, turning often to look
Into those of flesh and blood. In her
poetic Imagination . JbeIucleU that
ne was lakltiK. spiritually, her eyes
I from her body and placing them In the
j head of an ungel.
I At last Hie work wan finished. He
i arose, stood at a short distance from
j It. viewed It critically, made a few
j touches, threw down his brush, put bis
I hand In his pocket, fished out a plug of
black tobacco and bit off a quid.
As In-r romance, pierced to the heart,
i died within her she gave a Utile crv
He turned and looked at her through
eyes from which the light of (Jenius
(.'rcutrlx had gone out and saw her as
she was. a lean, homely old rnald with
"Who in thunder are you?" he blurt
Toor woman: Had the romance re
mained It would have been quite em
barrassing enough, but It bad vanlshel
with the appearance of the tobacco
What to sny she did not know. There
was hut one thing for her to do leave
the studio. She slunk toward the door
Ho followed her with his eyes.
"Stop:" he said suddenly, making a
few quick strides toward her. Was he
going to break eveu the fragments of
the Idol she had raised aud how? He
seized her skirt that part of It which
hung In rear and, spreading it out, ex
claimed: "Croat Scott!"
"What Is It?" she asked, not being
Ulile to see behind her.
"You've been sitting on my palette!"
he said, surveying the wreck of her
dress ruefully. The dress was a con
fusion of vermilion, prussiau blue
chrome yellow, violet and other colors.
Then, telling her to wait, he rushed
for turpentine ami other articles and in
a quarter of an hour had got oil the
most of the paint. As she passed out
"Tbsnk you for the use of your
Pont n quarter of n pound of butter
with a quarter of a pound of sugar to
a cream. Then gradually add Uiree
well beaten eggs, one and n quarter
cnpfuls of flour, a quarter of a pint of
milk, a teaspoouful of baking powder,
a little grated lemon rind and three
ounces of candled cherries. Tour Into
a buttered and papered tin and bake In
moderate oven for an hour and a balf.
While Persia is generally famed for
Its roses aud otner beautiful flowers
aud Its tastefully arranged gardeus.
Its orchards, with excellent varieties
of finely flavored fruit, nuts, melons,
squashes, cucumbers, etc.. deserve
greater cousideratiou. It is the home
of the peach, n fact Illustrated in the
term for this fruit iu many languages.
Up to His Dad,
Tapa," faid lives) ear-old Johnny,
"please give me a dime to buy a toy
"You don't need a toy monkey," an
swered his father. "You are a mon
"Well," coutlnued the little fellow,
"then give me a dime to buy peanuts
for the monkey." Chicago News.
Divorce and the Rich.
Just a little millionaire.
Just a hltle wife.
Mighty little happiness.
Awful lot of strife.
Juki kuuie little luwyere,
Just a little fee.
Then a Utile evidence
To a referee.
Juki it little courtroom,
Just a whispered line,
Btruti'hint,' cf the judge's pea
And everything Is fine.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'i Foot-Eae, a powder, RrUevet pafa
ful.aniartlnc, nervoun feel and Ingrowing Dalit
ud liiiinnlly uketthr ling out ol corn, snd
buDloua. It a tho git atett comfort dlncoyerj
of the age. Allen's loot-liana makea tight ei
new h..i ftsal eay. It It a certain eur ful
weatlug, calloue, wollen, tired, acting fsl
Try it today, rsild by all Prugltti anif Shoe
Stores. By mall for V'-e in stampa. Don'l te
cepl anr uba:iia. Trial package EKBIC. Ad
drauAllenb. OlmileJ.U t, K y Noi
Read the Kant Ads.
To ; .aOaak
Al.t'.UfOL Pf.R cent"
ling hV Smnrais ao&timki
ncss and Restontaln$ nriUier
(M " tutor
Aperferl RnnffJy roTCotrsfir
ncss and Loss ofSleep.
Facsimile Signannt of
Tor Infants and Children.
T(Q Kind You Have
Exaa Copy of Wrapper. ,r.u. ..,. ... err..
t'".""""'"'"'--1 11111 "-ttf - - rrrry?rf
Subdivided into 10, 20, 40 and 80 acre tracts
Best Orchard, Grain and Alfalfa Lands
MOUNTAIN STREAMS AND ARTESIAN WELLS
Suitable fur Orchards, Dairy. Hee Culture,
Chicken Ranches, Diversified Fajniiu ior
BEST BUYS IN THE PJORTHWCST
Thirty years without ;i crop failure.
Good Climate, Good S.il, Good Water
Several Good Stock, Grain and Alfalfa Farms
Several good unimproved quarters in Chewaucan
Valley. 20-au're tract in Goose- Lake Valley
near Goose Lake. For particulars write
C. O. MISENER - - LAKEVIEW, OREGON
ERECTED IN IWX)
For COnn ERCI A L
LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
F. P. LIGHT GEO. HARROW
THE WORK IS
kTIIB PRICE IS
Settle It Now
Settle It Right
Tor constitutional amendment
giving to cities and towns
exclusive power to license,
or prohibit the sale of intox
icating liquors within the
328 X Yes
40,000 OREGON CITXZEN3
Greater Oregon Horn Ru At too 'it
PORTLAND m OREGON
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