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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1911)
GO FURTHER IiY
THE QUA LI TV OF
OCR GOODS MAKES
"THE QUALITY STORE
LADIES' VELVET HAND BAGS
VELVET BELTS BARRETTES BACK COMBS
We have just received by express an assortment of the latest style Velvet
and Suede Leather Hand Bags, Velvet Iielts, Fancy Hack Combs and Hair
Ornaments. Tnesc goods are the product of one of the leading eastern manu
facturers, and are high in quality and reasonable in price.
Ladle' and Mia?' Velret
Hand Basra, with lutiff silk cord
handles, black enamel and gilt
clasps. Com la several new
and snappy shape. Prices,
7rtc t 93.0O
HACK COMIIS AN1
Buck Comb. InlHld with (rKl
and fllver. Khlm-ntoiie nwIIIiik.
alto man.? other unique sijrk'.
Bnrivtte In the new extreme
widths, plain and faery. 1'rlcea
Msdt new imveltlea In Latlltw'
Kelts, tbey come In Vflrets In
colors, elastic l!kn, aod others
have the Merry Widow How"
Hasp. Prices reasonable.
noc to 1M.00
Our Boys and Girls Shoe
Stock Is complete in every re
spect, including Vicl Kid, Velor.r
Calf and Box Calf Leathers.
They come in lace and button
styles. A full run of sites from
6Ji to 61. Price ery reasonable
Most everything In the writ
Ins line for the school boy and
girl. A great line of tablets at. V
Hoys' Knee Pant School Suits
sties 5 to 12. made from flue
quality Cheviots and Casimere
in medium shades. Prices, M.WJ
to 5S0. Hoys' Extra Knee
Panto, a pair, 1 00.
83- WATERPROOF SCHOOL MAO FREE WITH A DOLLAR PURCHASE
Hart Hopkins is now the prond pos
sessor of a verv fine doe. lineage un
known. We have been informed that
the doe has theatrical abilities, and
that its new owner intends to give it
all the advantases of a thorough edu
cation along this line.
The fire that destroyed the hay
stacks in the vicinity of the J. Chas.
Smith home, was evidently the work
of an incendary. and tracks have been
discovered showing that there were two
people concerned in the matter. An
investigation Is being conducted.
Lakeview Land Office, and owner of
the Lake Countv Examiner, arrived
from Ft. Klamath yesterday, where be
spent a part of last week looking afier
property interests. He will sojourn
here with friends untlil Mondsv. Ft.
Klamath farmers have nearly finished
having, and he reports the hay csop on
that way excellent. Klamath Chroni
cle. Gabriel Arzner. the well known
Auger Valley rancher, is now soendimr
a few days in town at the result of an
accident which occurred several dsvs
ago. when a hay rack fell and struck
! him on the right side, breaking one rib
Carl Uinbach returned Saturday j anj otherwise injuring him. A doctor
from Lodi. Cal.. after an absence of j wl, died into attendnace. and dress
about thirteen months and to say that ! the wounds, and it is exnected that
he is glad to get home again is putting
it mildly. He is surprised at the many
changes for the better that have taken
place in Lakeview during that time.
the injured man will be about again in
a few days.
Judge B. Daly will leave this week
for Pendleton to attend a meeting of
Miss Rudell. until recently employed : the Oregon Good Roads Commission.
at Mrs. Neilon's Millinery store, is re- j while the trip is a long one. yet tt is
ported very sick at the Brattain house expected that much good will result
on West street. She is being attended . from the meeting and the Judge is
by Miss Brida Flynn. and it is hoped ' therefore anxi jus to be in attendance,
by her many local friends that her re- r anticipation of an extra session of
covery will be swift and permanent. the Legislature it is proposed to frame
Samuel O. Wynne, a Government ' a bill which will permit of road build
an enideraic form until those that have
been exposed to the germs are taken
down we hone forever.
Inspector from Washington, soent
several dsys here the latter part of
last week examining the records of the
local office. Mr. Wynne also took in
the nearby towns, and from here
proceeded to the north end of the
That irrepressible gentleman, stock
man, ex-preacher. auto-enthusiast,
treasurer of the ' the atheletio club.
mg throughout the State.
Complaints have come to the Exam
iner from various sources stating that
, some one presumably boys, has been
tampering with some of the chicken
. coons in different section of town. The
; denredations have consisted in taking
1 valuable chickens and eggs from the
'places visited. Marghalls Brown and
, Whorton are watching for some of the
and good fellow in general. Dan Mai- J miscreants and when caught an example
loy will be a-issed from the streets of should be made of them,
town for a few days, as he has gone to j Tbe Margaret lies Comedy Company
Bend whe-e he will bring back a bsnd arrived in town last week and Sunday
01 ouu Kamnouuet pucks to sen to inose ' commenced
needing them. 1
With several bones of his foot broken
and mashed. C. W. E. Jennings, of
Valley Falls is laid up for some time.
The accident happened while he was
assisting in removing the casing of
the bier well recently driven and the
unfortunate victim in some manner trot
his foot in the engine. Dr. Everett
dressed the wounds. j
F. T. Guntber, who has won much
fame locally as an expert chauffeur,
has written several local friends to
the effect that be is now in San Fran
ctso looking over the sights. Frank
will undoubtedly show un here one of
these days, and when he does we may .
a seven night's ngacr-
ment at the Opera House. A large
number of people turned out for the
initial performance, and well filled
houses have greeted each plav so far
presented. The Company has appeared
here many times before, and have won
a warm place in the heart of local
theatre goers. They are certainly
worthy of being patronized.
Work has just been started bv the
Forest Service towards the construc
tion of a telephone line between
Thomas Creek and the Chewaucan
river, to Paisley. This line will be an
important means of communication
during the fire season n the country
which is to he tanned, and is one that
pect to hear wonderful tales of what na8 'onK been heeded by the service.
he saw, did, etc in the big city. j
Returning from San Franicsco where
he had gone to purchase new eoods for
bis store. A. Bieber, says that he en
joyed the trio, but finds that ha must ,
have customers to take the goods on
his hands or he will have to close his
store. He savs that he can handle
several times the number that he now '
has 'on his list, and needs them too. j
A few of the veterans among the I
stockmen of this locality who showed'
up in town last week were the brothers '
Barry. Jim and Phil. Both have teen '
residents of this section ever since '
Black Cap was a mitrhtv small Boeck,
and during that time some twentv-five .
years or more-hav e been interested in fJotiCe to Sheepmen
the sheen business and have made j wlu ,iave (i00 1arnbolette ram.
K ' j for sale here rVpt 2.r,lh. r-'ee me.
Archie Williams, the energetic bov j Hept7-2S ). V. MA LOY.
that is able to turn his hand to almost;
anything that is honorable, is out look
ing after the grain crop that he sowed
last Spring on the Mait Hopkins
ranch went of town. The vield will
more tnan recompense mm lor tne!courj)eg ma(ie thHt henceforth would
timo that ha spent looking after it and 6trol down life's pathway hand in
will assist to. furnibh up that little hand. The fever is one that seems to
I come no matter what kind of weather
ine work will ne done under the sup
ervision of Supervisor Brown, and will
be superintended by Ranver Bradley.
The distance is enbroximately 25 miles.
Fumum Harris ban returned from a
week's trip to San Francisco, where
he succeeded in purchasing some verv
nice lines of furniture. It has been
learned that Messrs. Auten and Rine
hart are to conduct a furniture depart
ment in addition to their other busi
ness lines, and Mr. Harris is to have
charge of same. The goods for the
store are now on their way, and will
be ready for display and sale as soon
as the firm move into their new
quarters in the Oddfellow's building.
j Wedding bells started to ring last
week and before the mellow tones
ceased, there were a number of haoov
borne for twe.
Fred P. Cronemiller, receiver of the
we are having and reaches out in
Nicholas H. Hopkins and Velva L.
Stanley, of "Lake Countv; Frank H.
Meyers and Agnes Wilson, of Ft. Bid
well ; William F. Burch. of Adel and
Christine E. Robideux. of Ft. Bidwell.
Andrew Hotcbkiss. of Valley Falls
and Lucy E. Roush of the same place.
Albert L. Montgomery and Molliw
Quillen, both of Lakeview. The out of
date piece of ancient savagery known
as a chivarai was welcome for its
absence in tbe most of these cases and
everyone of the neighbors appreciated
Word has just been received from
Santa Rosa. Cal.. announcing the
marriage of Chas. D. Thompson, of
that place to Althea Luella Georee,
daughter of John George, formerly
a resident of Goose Lake Valley and
well known here, where she has a host
of friends. The wedding was solem
nized at the residence of the brides
parents and many were the well wishes
that followed them on their honey
moon trip which is to cover several
weeks. They will reside in "anta
Kosa on their return.
Father O'Mafley Leaves
Reverend M. O'Malley. who until
several days ago was pastor of the
Catholic Church. Sunday left for Los
Gatos. California, where he expects to
be located. His duties will consist nf
drilling novices at the Jesuit college
located at that place. Father O'Mallev
has been pastor of the local Catholic
church for the past two years, snd
during that time has made many
friends among all denominations. To
him is due much credit for the buildinp
of the new Catholic church, which is
now very near completion. Saturday
evening many of his parishioners
gathered at the rectory, and a pleasant
social time was enjoyed. Refreshments
were served, and during the course of
the evening Father O'Malley was
presented with a substantial sum
which had been collected for him
among the members of the parish. He
will be succeeded bv Father Schmidt.
who arrived Thursday from Alaska.
where he had been located at one of
the Indian missions.
II STOCKMEN DIP CATTLE
Continued Iro n flrnt page
notice of such expense, the said veter
inarian shall sell at public suction,
after advertising six davs In two papers
of said locality, sufficient of the said
animals to pa all costs Incident to ths
Catherine, dipping, treating and sale
of said animals, said sal to be In ac
cordance with the law relating to the
ssle of personal property on execution
of the court" Information having
reached this office unon personal inves
tigation and bv official reports of In
snectors ot the United States Bureau
of Animal Induttry. that, the disease
manse or tcabbies of cattle exists In
certain bands of animals In Lake and
Now 1 therefore W. 11. Lvtle having
received such knowledge do herein
order that, all csttle ranging within
these two counties and which directly
or indirectly have come In contact
with any it the infected or exposed
animals of these two aforesaid Counties
be dipped and otherwise treated In
accordance with the rules and regula
tions of the United States Department
of Argiculture. before being turned
into or allowed to be held within the
winter feed lots, pens or pastures of
these two counties. Anlmala being
allowed to grazed upon the ouen range
shall be deemed to constitute expo
sure. W. H. LYTLE, State Veterin
arian of Oregon.
Dated at Portland, Oregon. August
II. R. Alger, the real estate man,
has opened uo an 'office at New Pine
Creek, and intends to conduct a general
land business st that place. He will,
however, retain his office in this citv.
snd his family will reside here. Satur
day. Sunday and Monday will probably
be soent by Mr. Alger in thia citv.
while the balance of the week he will
remain at his Pine Creek office.
OUR Fall line of SKIRTS is now
ready for your inspection. We
want you to see these models. The
materials and styles are of the latest.
Mrs. Ncilon, Women's Outfitter
Let ut suggest a Globi
in the prevailing Brown
Ai representatives of
The Globe Tailoring Co.
we can iliow you tome
browns thai cannot be
equaled for excluaiveneaaef
deiign and superiority of
weave and texture.
Come in aod look over our
$20 to $40
THE ECONOMY STORE
"NOTICE TO SHEEPMEN"
I will bo at Lakeview about September
25th with 800 head of the Baldwin Sheep
& Land Co.'s Ramboulett Rama from Hay
These Rams are noted for their size
and ehearlng qualities. The most porfeot
type of Mutton and Wool Sheep oomblned
In the world.
Sheepmen wanting Rams this season
will do well to wait and see this lot, as the
prloe as well as-the Duoks will be right.
I also have a tine lot of pure bred Cots
wool Rams that I will deliver at Klamath
Falls In numbers to suit purohaser.
For prloes and terms, address:
T. F. BOYLE lI
HOTEL LAKEVIEW, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
J. D. Mariner
Sella for the fuctorles only. No
Jobbers, no ti gents. Can save
you $100 00 on your piano pur
chase. Mehlln Jt Son. K unite,
Weber, Henry F. Miller, Chan.
M. StletT, Lauten, Cable A Son,
Player-PlanoB ami lilectrlca.
String mid Hand Inntru
ments. Photographs hihI
Record. All the latent
Popular Sheet MiihIc, .V
123 N. Virginia Street
RENO, NEVADA "
PHONE 47 IIOX
Will Sell for $1250
cash or trade for ranch or stock,
my 1-4 Interest or $2500 equity In
good Planing, Shingle and Saw
Mill. 10 miles from Alturas. Cal
Good marketsell more than mill
can produce at 10,000 feet per day
at $I7,)U per IIHKJ at mill. Capac
ity of shingle mill 20,000 per day.
All in good running order. Invite
an investigation of property.
wm. k. Harris.
tf . P. O. Box ZJI. Alturas. Cal.
For School Days
The children must lie supplied
Pens and Ink
and a multitude of other little
acceHMorles that the boy and girl
in nit have lu order to he tuoat
suct'CH.ful at hciiooI.
We have them all at prlcea an
low km yo I Kipect.
Hall & Reynolds
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Schooli, Brickyardi, Creameries, Con
demon, or any Eneinetiw project f
OLA r 1 MIS KHA h $A , jfo tKHTt.n
it will ray you to cuniuit ui
GEIJSBEEK ENGINEERING CO.
604 Blake McF.ll BUg. SWfco"R
A three-story brick building will soon be erected on the ground where our Ware
house now stands, and in order to make room for them, we offer
the following goods at these sacrifice prices:
$180 Wagon - Now $160.00 yv $60 BuV " Now $145.00
$H0 Wagon - Now $125.00 f j $140 Buggy - Now $125.00
$125 Wagan - Now $110.00 ity $100 Buggy - Now $ 87.50
All other warehouse goods in proportion. Our Motto "Live, and Let Live"