Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, November 03, 1910, Image 5

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    HOMESTEADS
THE BEST YET
Limited Number. Fine Lund. Near to Railroad nnd Den t. Adjacent hinds now scllint: for 8125.00
k" icrt These lands were long xupposcd "a belong to private parties and have just been dicoverrd.
Yu must hurry if you want out. as they will n't last long. :: :: :: :: SHE 'US AT ONCIJ
Southern Oregon Realty Company :: :: :: Lakeview, Oregon
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THURSDAY. NOVF.MJIKK 3, 1U10.
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BRIEF MENTION
Try our aaltad aloioode at tbe
Frost.
I'ongea eblrte, ell Ilk, 12.25 at
Hoone'e.
TI10 Frost Kaody Kitobeu for tbe
teet candy.
lUrrrtm. warrant! nut to break,
2So at Doom's.
Neglige Bblrte tbat look good 7b
eta. ( lioooe'e.
Meo's eanvae glovee Uatbar palm,
'25 ctt at Hoooe'a.
(Jet prices on floor at Ilonnimii
for buying; Whw, tf
Mim Louisa Arzaar apeak Sunday
at New Fine Creak.
Ilaby Hoods, allk and beateklo,
lass than cost, at Boeoe'a.
Mao'a veiy beat eroee back saspso
dere, 00 cla at lioooe'e.
A One hoe of cigars and station
ery carried at Tbe Frost.
At tbe Frost you will flod nothing
liut bigb grade oandiee.
t Knr lUtht Furnlilwii Ilium, apply
Mr. Taylor, Dewry utrcet.
Touad, a bonob of key. Owner
can recover aame at t b la olllue.
If your advertim'inni iippviirM la
The Kxntnim-r, It will bring; ntult.
New riiicOiH-k Flour Mill tun HIKK)
n-k of cloiiii rolk'd hurley lrMlt
) Head re fired llerjford Hulli
for ) iOO.OO cacb. F. O. Hunting.
Wanted at once, men and team at
Paris Creek. See M. D. Williams,
Kupt.
Uoro-Io Cedarvllle. Cel.. Oct. 22.
1910. to tbe wife of Sylvester Alleo,
a aoo.
Frrsli Candy will arrive every few
daya at thu Post Ofllee Htort. Klmrr
C. AlilMlrom. .14
Kenianiher the election dinner and
anpper at the Masoulo hall No. 8
price 55 ceote.
Duke A. Ooenell lew days since
tiptoed their feed store aod are now
reedy fur burlnees.
Men'a heavy ribbed underwear,
best goods wa erer bad. at tba price,
II.Oli, a' Hoone's.
Mrs. Reona Boarnmon rama over
frnni I'lusb Tuesday aod w.a a guest
at Hotel Lakeview.
A big daoee la to lake place at New
Pine Creek tomorrow nit bt, aad a
royal good time la promised.
Aagoeetsof J. K. Ilaneon, D. P.
Mi. Hoy a- d W. J. Proudfoot went to
AUtitaa baturday retoiblog Monday
C F Hneillug. of Uallat. a hrotber
of Miss Dana Stalling, Is tliltlng
fuaa lew. beviog ei rived by way of
Uurna.
J. A. II. Keer, national bank ex
aroioarS paid tbe First NsiUnal ba'.k
of Lakef lew ao offiolal visit last Fri
day. Tbe Frot Kaody Kltohen la tba
ooly exclusive oonfeJtl oery stirs
io Lasevlew, and we tnske It a spec
laity. Among tbe sheepmen Io town tbd
week were Tom Lvoch.Klmnn Joauto,
Neil O'Connor, Manuel Sealers aod
Phil Lvonb.
Miss AnguMa DeForesf, of Fort
(oak, was In Lakeview the f impart
of the weeH ou bullosas before tbe U.
H. Laud ottlce.
V. Li. Hoelllog, president nf tbe
Pern mlolog company operating Io
tba Hoag diitrlct, Is spend log few
days at tbe mine
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Lest you forget, put In yonr cal
ender now to patronize tbe All
Society eleotloo dinner aod sapper
at Iba Maeonlo llalL
Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Watson aod
Mra. T. K. Bernard will leave next
week for Ban Delgo, where they will
spend tbe winter.
Mrs. Margant K. Carter, a rent
deot of Surprise Valley elnci 1H70,
died on tbe 2lt Inst., aged C.J yeers
7 tnooibs aod 0 daya.
Don't fumet that we carry In etock
tor eale all kinds ot Iron, bol-s eut
ohtinii, thlnitiif nkeioe and I run uii
axle Arzner liroa tf
Maria MoSbane la tu leave oo Toea
day next for Altarae where she will
rsmala for a fw wurks stsy wltb Mm,
Bbsrlook, oftbat plaoe.
Tba Royal oelgbburs of Cldwsll
will give a dance oo tba oiabt of tba
24tb Inst, aod extend a cordial lovl
etlon tu tbelr Lekevlew frienJa.
Will Wrlgbt. Utato bank examiner,
aooompanled bv bla deputy. Will U.
Bennett, was la Lakavlew paying tba
lianx nf Lakeview an official visit.
Frank liutnblus has reslgoeJ bis
position at Cabb lleokel'a In order
tbat be uiigbt be able to devote more
lluie to bis own private interests.
City Clerk t. M, Cbriste, of lieno,
baa been arrested cn a charge nf em
bezzlement of city fuode. Tbe abort
age is In tbe neighborhood of I7.0O0.
Mr. lillderbraudt, of Bidwell, le
vUitiiig at tbe home of bin daughter,
Mra. It. Uradliv. of Mala Street. le
expects to rsmatu bare 'or sometime.
Wsrner B. Solder was sub
poenaed as a altueat Io tbe Vey
ssade caHe and as a ornieqa-ncM be
will be unable tu visit several por
tions of the county.
John Cronin of Adtl. was a visitor
in town during the past wuek He
reports the Ushiug to be very good io
Deep Creek, and has iovit-td several
ot bis fiiena to make tbe trip.
Tba members of tbe Catbolio
Ladies Altar Society met on Tuesday
afteroooo with "Grandma" Mo
Dorooaul , and a very pleasant time
waa eojoyed by all. Toe ladies reoort
tbat "tJrande!"U 9 datiohtful en
tertainer, and it Is certain tbat
future meetings wltb ber will be an
xloulys looked forward to.
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Arrivals
SUITS AND COATS
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RUBBERIZED
SILK COATS
All the latest weaves and styles. They are
going fast, so don't wait. Ask to see
them. Nice variety in Misses'
Coats. All good values.
Bear Cloth Coats xor Children, sizes 3 to 6yrs.
Silk Kimonas in the newest designs of Massa
line Silks, Flannelette Wrapers, Dressing
Sacqves and Kimonas, Outing
Flannel Gowns lor Ladies
and Children.
LAKEVIEW MERCANTILE
COMPANY
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$125.00 PER ACRE
Perpetual water-rijjht free
$1,250.00 TEN ACRES
$125.00 PER ACRE
Perpetual water-rignt free
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REASONS :
Tho contract has Just boen let for tha immediate
construction of tho last six miles of the N. C. O. Ry.,
which now brings it January 1, 1911, into Davis
Creek.
Some of tho finest Orchard Land that lays out
of doors is now opened up in small tracts, within
the reach of rich or poor terms or cash discount.
We guarantee to deliver water in the Spring of
1011. . Tho combination of land and water, ready for
immediate cultivation, and tho transportation right
at hand, can't bo beat at present prices.
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There are three and four-year Orchards joining
our lands now bearing. Onions, Beans and Potatoes
afford good income-producing, steady crops for the
man who needs support while the trees are matur
ing. Schools, Churches, Lodges and Stores within
three miles of the furthest limits of our land.
Beautiful, healthy place to live; Goose Lake with
in a mile; mountains within four miles; 20 cords
free wood from National Forest Reserve yearly, with
in 4 miles; Electricity for light and power.
Write at once for beautifully illustrated booklet,
maps, etc. Act Now. Five tracts sold last week.
If you are a resident of California or Nevada, go to Reno; take the N. C. O. Ry. to Alturas and drive up to Davis Creek. We court
the most careful examination. Lands joining ours give ample proof of our ability to produce
fruit and vegetables in wonderful flavor and variety. See for yourself.
AVIS CR.EEK OR.CHAR.
COMPANY
LAKEVIEW : : OREGON
LANDS IN NORTHERN MODOO GOUNTY, CALIFORNIA
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$125.00 PER ACRE
Perpetual water-right free
$1,250.00 TEN ACRES
$125.00 PER ACRE
Perpetual water-right free