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Every thing In the
Itne of currlage
and home fnrnlnh
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AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
SNIPER'S OPERA HOUSE
MARGARET ILES CO-
Curtain Will Rise Promptly at 8:15
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GOJtfSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. CORY,
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Operate Stage, carrying United State Mall, Expreu and Pamenrer th
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
ALT010BILE5 OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE STAGES
PARES: On Way Round trip
Klamath Falls Route - - . $10.00 $18.00
Davis Creek Route .... 4.00 7.00
Plush Route ' 4.00 7.00
Lakeview . Stag Office
Pluak .... Sullivan Hotel
KlaiFfH Fall . American Hotel
Davl. C eek
ENGINEERING, MAPPING - AND SURVEYING
TOWNSITES SURVEYED AND
Land Reports Made
Blue Prints of Government Townships
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY IX LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Our Complete Tract Index
lnuri Accuracy, Prompt net and Reliability
Nucb au index it tbe ONLY JihLI AliLE sytttem from which an
Abstract ran be made, showing all defect of title.
IVo Also Furnlsh ffiriffiAlZ
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
POSt I OFFiCti BOH 243 PHONE 171
Sofjrt by mountain, laved by th
waters of Sunset Inks and Hotted by
the home) of an industrious, InU-lll
Kent and prosperous people wealthy
from the lniom of ranch, rang: and
forest, Sunset valley rent lea at the
weiitern base of the Warner range, a
little empire of pear and prosperity
a oream of delight the pride of the
1'en of romancer or poet nor brush of
artist can never picture a spot so fair,
so perfectly magnificent, ao bewilder
injjly beautiful, so enrapturingly en-trancing.
Kich beyond measure in energy and
artn that have come and Rone. , A II
who make the busy mart, and contri
bute to human advancement In aolence,
trade or morals. All who hav been,
are, or will be. Ancestry, and poatcrl
ty. Influence and result.
The busy brain and hardened brawn
of man has earned and deserves a
HOME. Man's dream and hope, his
right and duty, is acquire and own, and
enjoy a home.
The sweet breath of springtime, the
warble, of song birds, melodies from
lute and harp swept by unseen bands,
emotions that thrill and find responses
Tht nage brush desert, blistered by
produetivenesa of soli, charming b-' tho nn snil swopt by the storms of
yond description in the scenie elfocls
of environments and promising coniec
ture in future possibilities, Sunset val
ley presents to the world its allure
ments of certain profits and salubrity
of climate in a land that baa no equal
under the sun.
A valley of homes with all the en
dearments which the word implies.
Combined with the numberlcsa charms
of Warner range and Sunset Lake the
story is complete. A paiorama of
magnificent landscape, wild, wierd
imageries of topographical wondors,
with glimpses of fairyland and en
chanted realms, mountains piercing
the clouds, bathed in eternal blue aitd
kissed by the sun. Crags beaten by
the storms of ages. Lightening riven
cliffs and chasms riven by the eroding
hand of the elements during thousands
of centuries ; mountain mirrored lakes
and rivers reflecting the clouds; water
falls wreathed with rainbows ami
foam-crested rapids; health-giving
springs gushing from subterranean
chemical laboratories, veritable foun
tains of immortal youth. Slopes clad
in perennial venture, sequestered glens
where butterflies flit and sunbeams
dance and where zephyrs, laden with
fragrance of columbine, blue bell and
daisy whisper their melodies of peace.
Haunt of the denizens of forest, moun
tains and lake. Sunlight radiant as a
vision of heaven ; moonlight gorgeous
with dreamy splendor.
A place where grandeur rivals beauty
in an eaual contest for supremacy and
where ambition grapples with effort lor
possession and enjoyment of that which
eye beholds. A land that within the
near future will teem with busy thous
ands snd now invites the multitudes to
make it their home.
Desire for a habitation s instinctive
in all animal life. From the lowest in
the scale to man, "Home" is the one
Finny tribes of the deep have their
regular abiding place, to which they
return no matter where or how far they
may roam beneath the waves.
Insects sre strong and unerring in
their instincts ot inhabitiveness. The
ant knows where its tiny sutterranean
home is hidden and the bee flies
straight for ita biva laden with honey.
Birds migrate for thousands of miles
with the changing of the seasons, and
after months of habitation elsewhere, '
twitter again under the same eve or
in the same tree which provided them
homes the preceeding year. Homing
pigeons will fly hundreds of miles to
coo again from their native cotes after
being carried in confinment to locali
ties they have never seen Oefore.
And man, no matter how nomadic,
wants and loves a borne. The wander
ing Gypsy and the Arab on the desert,
both born to roam, regard their tem
porary abiding places, if occupied but
for a staple night, as home.
The African in the jungle has bis
hovel: the Indian has his wigwam; tne
Eskimoox bas bis ice but; barbarous
bands of the far off isles of the ses
have their crude places in which to
dwell. All the bloody wars that have
marked with crimson the trail of man
kind since the dawn of history have
been waged for home and native land
or for dominions in which to build
homes in future.
Man's sweetest dream and fondest
hope, hia tenderettt aspiration and
sternest duty is home. His best in
telligence and strongest struggles
are expended for "home" and its en
dearments. "Home" ia the "unwrit
ten law" for which man will face pris
on, bars and the gallows. Home
Eternal is the basis of all the religions
that have swayed mankind from thy
"Mother. Home and Heaven" was
the theme ot one of the grandest ser
mons ever delivered from the pulpit.
Three words more dear to civilization
than all others. Maternity and eartlile
abiding place, and a home beyond.
The caress of dear old mother'
"Home, Sweet Home." Destiny. The
All that breathe. All the tribes of
centuriea; bleak, blank and unforbidd
ing. Uninviting, desolate, unproduc
tive. A pain and a remorae. A rebuke
to human aspiration.
But surely "Cod hath made every
thing beautiful in its time and place. ,
The desert disapears, ami the HOME
la there. Meadows, and grain fields,
orchards and gsrdens, the rsnch and
range, flocks and herds, and happy
Out of the wilderness nd the desert
hath sprung splendid commonwealths.
Water and air have been applied where
needed, and no fairy tale ot oriental
splendor can eel ipso tne results.
The Nile has kept its record unsullied
fur thousand of years. The Great West
will surpass Old r.gypt so many times
in ao many few years thxt civilization
will stand appalled.
There ia no other name that gladdens
like that of "Home." There is no other
thought that thrill like "Home, Sweet
And here 10 Suiuet valley on the
shores ot Sunset Lske, in the shadows
of Warner range, in "The Vallev Where
Dreams Come True, " ia home for you.
Find Petrified Wood
(lll;ll tirade .Newt)
Charles Larkin brought a flno speci
men of petrified wood to the News
office on Tuesday. The specimen was
found by Arthur Strong and Tom Dick
while projecting on the North Otton
wood. The specimen is 16 inches in length
and five inehes in diameter and clearly
shows tbe configurations of original
wood. It is on exhibition at the News
office and has attracted much attention.
A largo number of New Pine Creek
people joined the Lakeview excursion
to Alturas last Sunday and report a
most enjoyable time. They are loud
in praise of Alturaa peotile for courte
ous and kind treatment.
Ith OF JULY
LaRcvicw Marble Works
HARRY H. CANNON, PROPRIETOR
OFFICE AND STOCK
Lakeview -:- Oregon
Ball Game 2 P.M.
Social Dance 8 P.M.
Aviation 10 A.M.
Ball Game 2 P.M
Moving Picture ShonS P.M.
Auto Parade... sharp 0 A.M.
Speaking, Ltc, sharp 10 A.M
Address of Welcome
I. W. GIBBIXS
A. K. WYL1E
Aviation 11 A.M.
Juvenile Sports 1 .30 P.M.
Base Ball 3 P.M,
Grand Ball S:30 P.M,
Base Ball 0 A.M.
A via tion 11 A.M.
Base Ball 2 P M.
EnVment& DanccS:30 P.M.
Broncho Busting and
and Steer Tying9:30 A.M.
Baseball. 2 P.M.
Boxing Contest ...H-,30 P.M.
Baseball Purses as follows
First Prize $500
Second Prize $300
Third Prize $200
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To understand it you must see them. To an.
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the time to find out about them.
.'kicks: Mkn's $12.50 to $25.00
Hoys' $l-.50 to $12.00
Come in and let us show you.
Exclusive Clothing and Cents'
The Matchless Store
Tailoring, Cleaning and Repairing .
Outfitters to Man and Boy
2 Doors North I. O. O. I Uldg., Lakeview, Ore.
ay f j
gist pricks on
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
Center Street, Lakeview, Ore.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
E. Arabolad & Co.
Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings
Sntrar, iutc wt $7 00
EiiIaiio Caul Oil, ensn 10 ifilloijM $4.20
Extra Star Coal Oil, ensf 10 khIIoiih $S.SO
Star I'ottl Oil, can 10 unllooH $.1.80
Standard Cun Corn, eatie 2 down $3 00
Extr Standnrd To ma toe, cane 2 doMi'ti $3.2.1
Extra Solid It.u k Tomatot-s, cane 2 duirn $4.00
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We Can Save You Money on Anything
IN THE MEAT LINE
Always Something New at
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.
May field & Fctherolf, Preps.
J. MURPHY, Proctor COUKr HOU"
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
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