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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1911)
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LIGHT & HARROW, Proprietors
F. P. UGHT GEO. HARROW
THE LARGEST AND
BEST IN THE WEST
Stone & Utley
The Proof of the Pudding
is in the eating of it. Have you tried our make
of Sugar-Cured Hams and Bacon, also
our Home Made Mence Meat?
THEY WILL STAND THE TEST
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
J. MURPHY, Pboi-riktob
Specie! Attention to Transient Stock Horses
Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open. F)hone571
LAKEVIEW :::::: OREGON
Lakeview Meat Market
HAYES A GROB, Prohr s
Choice Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Etc, Etc.
Try our Sausages and Cured Meats
For Infants end Children.
The Kind You Have
CKMTAUII nH, fW M IT.
JUST TIUSK, WE CAX SELL
YOU THE FAMOUS WIXTER
BAXASA. SPITZEXBURG AXD
ALL STAXDARD APPLE TREES
FOR $11.00 PER ACRE
E VER YOXE KXO VS THE A LB A XY
XURSERIES UXSURPASSES FOR
QUALITY. SAVE YOUR ORDERS
FOR US. ADDRESS ALL ORDERS
TO E.J. STOXE, PHOTOGRAPHER
MAIX ST., LAKEVIEW, OR EG OX.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
FOR PRIZE PRODUCTS
HOW THE BIO LAND SHOWS ADVERTISE THE NORTHWEST
The cool weather Rlld abundant mill
In the pant few week amure the NortU;
wot tunnel a jjihkI crop. More than
iMiiiil return will be had by nianv of
the more pritirreaalv fareitrr, who will
exhibit at the New York anl other bin
land shows. The hahit t exhibiting at
those big how Is a guod one to pet it
In inp honor and money to the enterprla
ing farmer. In ynK years the Korthwewt
farmers have won many prize for the
best wheat oat poUtora -barley the
fluent apples and prire winning corn,
tiptr Wet, alfalfa and Imps are also
raided. Every time a Northwest farmer
wins a prize at the big land show tnoro
settlers come Into the Northwest and
many times they move close by the pri.e
winner's farm. This increases the value
of his land and bring him good, am'il
tious neighbors, who also jet the prie
I getting habit,
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$1,000 for the Best Wheat in the World.
I Take the creat new land show the
New York Land Show, which will lie held
between NovemWr 3 and 12. It'll. For
the lest hard wheat $U"H in pdd i
oirere.1 to the farmers of the world. There
is a biff silver cup for potatoes a $1.ikiii
clip. The Northwest tMtfiht to win that
! ltotato cup. as well a the wheat prize
money. I lien ineiv is uu- i,iuna v-"'
for the lsst outs the dames .1. Hill cup
for the best 100 poumla of wheat --the
Uusch cup for hops the l'abst clip for
lrley. All these are beautiful enps, all
worth $1.01M, except the Pabst barley eup
that's worth $l.oiH. Surely the Norlli
west should win these cups. Where else
do they raise such potatoes, wheat, bar
Icy, oats, etc.?
$500 for Apples.
President Elliott, of the Northern Pa
cific Railway, has offered $"i' in pild for
the finest apple. The apple raised in
Montana, Oregon and Washington are
easily the best in the world. They brinjf
the highest prices and have the best
flavor, color and keeping qualities, as the
National Apple Shows have demonstrated.
It is now harvest time, and the farm
er of this section should gn after these'
i prizes. 1 he l.reat Northern Kailwuy will
i help the farmers in their territory win
I these prizes. No entry fee will bechnrp'd
j at the New York I-and Show. The tireat
Northern Railway will make a special
arrangement to handle these exhibits.
IVrite at once to Ed. Lcedy. the (leneral
i Immigration Agent at St. Iaul. Minne-
tota. who will toll you now to pa k your
THE BATTLE ON
. CAMAS PRAIRIE
One of the greatest battles ever
foueht in Lak' County, took olace a
short time ago when Madame
Druselia McDonald, of the famous
Balmoral Summer Resort, on Camas
Prairie, fought and vanquished the
Celebrated Knight of the Garter,
Senor Francisco Santiago De La Barra.
a recent arrival from El Mexico. To
lend eclat to the affair they enlisted
the services as umoire. of that Royal
Personage, the Honorable Jonathan
Buchkineham Brookes; a direct des
cendant of the Great Lord Bucking-
I ham. who became famous over a re
! mark that he once made at a crucial
moment when opoosed by his enemies,
! uttering the words. "My horse my
horse. a Kingdom for a horse. The
affair started over the ringing of a
famous SoaniHh Ballad, by the titled
Mexican, entitled, "The Camrjbells
are coming" which aroused the ire of
the lady in question. Feeling hichly in
dignant over what she termed an in
sult, she promptly challenged El
Senor to a duel, and believing himself
a match for the lady, acceded and
the conflict waged as follows :
"This arm of mine shall your whole
frame confound ;
I'll mash your bones and all your
Dastard Celt, would'et thou dare
this arm to face?
You spurious offspring of a stolen
With props upraised the argives
fiercely closed :
Their crackling jaws re-echoing to
the blows ;
At length Druselia deals a stunning
Upon the Irish mug of her unwary
Beneath the ponderous arms resist
Down drooped he. nerveless and
Like gome small beef when butcher
wields his axe.
By its vast force the hughust frame
He wreathes and squirms upon the
blood stained floor.
From his mouth and nostrils pours
the purple gore.
At this point in the proceedings, the
descendant of the scrappy Duke, spake
forth in thunderous tones, saying,
"Hold ! base violin player that thou art.
! the hour is late and we must fade !
1 away ere day breaks upon yonder
'corpse." So Jonathan and Druselia!
vanished arm in arm. into the shadows
that swiftly flitted over the gory
DHJKSTIOK AND ASSIMILATION
It i not thentmnilt.v of ion. I taken
but tbn umonnt diluted mid nxHlm
llated that given Hirunirth and vitality I
Ut tin HVMfetn. Chamberlain's Kioiu- j
ach and Liver Tablets Invigorate the
Mtotuacb and liver and enable them
to perforin their function naturally,
For Hale by all good dealera.
exliill( and where t-t ship thitn. .!
t.(HHl prise cup or l.nH li .ld is (tr
tatnfy worth trviug lor. Send a postal
to him l'i l,v.
r in s.
A. X. STIl WII t,
rrllnt Amerk-sn I and imf IrrlSailon Kl
IsMllloa, shit ) trlM l.up lur
bval Ni (
Other Bi( Land Show. j
If the Northwest fanner will only get'
busy and pet his gtssl sunt tngether Im i
i ii n exhibit ut most all the land shows, ;
The Pittsburg I .end Show will be ls
tween October 12th ami tVtolsr iHth.
The Omahrt Ijind Show will be between
tVtoWr li and 101 1. Then cornea the
New York lnd Show with III, IKK) in
prize; date November 3rd to Novotu-ls-r
12th. After the New Yolk lain;,
Show is the big Chicago Show, starting
Saturday, November lath, and ending
The Northwest farmers' own slmw the
Northwestern Ijmd Pnuluct Show, at
St. I'aul will probably commence J)e
cemlsT lith and continue t, I) iiiulier
2tth, l!)ll, ami so, von see, a fanner or
a community can exhibit at all the shows.
Every good exhibit at any one of these
shows is going to help bring new settlers
to that place.
The tireat Northern Hailw.iv ii co
operating with the Commercial 'tut. ill I
an etfort to get giwd displays from -ill ;
IS IT ANYBODY'S
is it anybody's business.
If a genteman should choose
To wait upon a lady
If the lady don't refuse?
Or. to SDeak a little plainer.
That the meaning all may know.
Is it anybody's business
If a lady has a beau?
Js it anybody's business.
When a gentleman doth call.
Or when he leaves the lady.
Or if he leaves at all?
Or is it necessary
That the curtain should be drawn.
To save from further trouble
The outside lookers on?
Is it anybody's business.
But the lady's, if her beau
Rideth out with other laiies.
And dosen't let her know?
Is it anybody's business.
But the gentleman's, if she
Should accept another escort.
Where he dosen't chance to be?
If a person's on the side-walk.
Whether great or small
Is it anybody's business
Where that person means to call?
Or if you see a person
WhiU he's calling anywhere.
Is it anybody's business
What his business rnav be there?
The substance of our query.
Simply stated, would be this;
Is it anybody's business
What another's business is?
Whether 'I'vt or 'tisnt
We should reallv like to know.
For we are certain, if it isn't.
There are some that make it so. Ex.
HEN ADOPTS PIGS;
Winsted. Conn.. Eight little nigs
a e the foster children of a white hen
on the farm of Emil Carlson. This
soring. Carlson savs. the hen formed
the habit of laving in the pigpen. The
pig was fond of eggs and did not
When the hen decided to set she
found nothing to set on until 'a litter
of pigs arrived. These she promptly
adopted, and when they went to sleep
oiled in a heap after the manner of
young nigs, she climbed on the ton of
the pile, arid spreading her wings, did
her best to coer the twelve. She has
stayed with her strange family con
stantly. Now that they run out of
doora she follows them about in great
distress. Oregon Journal.
An ilhiiiill.v treated, a aprained aukle
will dinubl a man for three or four
week, but by applying Chamberlain'
Liniment, freely an noon an the injury
1h received, and obnerying the direc
tion with each bottle, a cure can be
effecte 1 In from two to four daya For
tuile by all good dealera.
OIvT 1'KICIiS ON,
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
WILLOW RANCH, CAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
Prescriptions have been filled at
this store in tin pust five years
This rc.ord shows better than
anything else the confidence
placed in this store by
p a t i c n t
THORNTON'S DR.UG STORE
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
I. M, COftlY, Otiwra Manager
LAKEVIEW . OREGON
Operate MM. carrying t'nlttil State Mall, liiprn ami Paun(r mi th
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AirrO.tOrlll.C5 OI'EBATIM) IN connection with thij staoi s
PARPSi On Way Hound trip
Klamath Falls Route - - - $10.00 $18.00
Alturaa Route 5.00 9.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Uktvli . stag Ofllc
Plua .... Sunivaa Hotel
K Fall , , Aawrlcaa Hotel
i. I. DUCKWORTH
Office, Water hi.
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
J. I JUCKWOItTII, Manaukk
Transfer and Prayage Ice Delivered
UAfJGAOi: AM) HOUSEHOLD (JOODS STOIti:i
It ATI. H H)KNIHIIKIOM DIIMANII
The Lowest, Warmest and
Best Valley in Lake County
W have many ti'i) jhtc tract h, hoiiiu adjoining I'Hted
Ht. from lr)0 to f:t.riO, one half of mime with pcrjiHtiml water
right on a ln-vi r falling stieain.
Also tliH'Ht of natural meiidowH.
Don't leave Lake County without seeing: thin vnlli'y.
Jennings-Meyer Realty Company
No doubt you realize the reat importance
of planting such varities of fruits and (low
ers that have been demonstrated to be suc
cessful under like conditions in other com
munities. We have been jjrowinjj; general
nursery stock in the mountains for many
years and WE KNOW.
SEND FOR CATALOG AND PK1CE LIST
The Klamath Nurseries. Klamath Falls. Oregon
M. VtHNON H. MUNKKIt
Telephone X. HI
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