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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1912)
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to the Iwst rut to buy w
x 111 pir It cheerfully
rsfiv. 7V m wht you nmtt
the meat for ' ff .von
wftf low mirft fo fw.r.
l oiiHir tvvr w tlml thl w
vc1 m preft help In their niitr
ketlnir mul w thenwelre
much worry mul usehys e.t
liense by taking .ulvmitMjF' of it
HAYES a GA?OS. PROPS
Anna River Irrigated Orchard and Alfalfa
Lands in the Famous Summer Lake Valley
A large area of this land is now upon the market.
Following urc a few of the tracts with '
terms and prices
Soeoxtf P'mt T7ircf F'mt
Firm Paymmnt Thr Yrm
$35.oo $100.oo $150.oo
40.oo 200.oo SOO.oo
25. oo 325 bo 375. oo
Tho New Town of Spring River
lias been laid out within these lands and a limited
number of Lots are ruing placed upon the market at
$25.0 and SoO 00 per Tot.
For further information, call on or write
Dodson Realty Company
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We ive efficient service and do
good work. Send your
washing and give
us a trial.
TELEPnONE No. 732
We are now ready to roll your Barley at any time
Twin Valley Land Co.
C. R. BLOOD, Ast. Sec; C. O. MISENER, Gen.'Agt.
We have for sale:
Org hard and Alfalfa Lands
Farm Lands, Timber Lands
Homesteads and Desert Lands
Special attention given to O.V.L. Land Holdings
We are agents fur
The Fair port Town & Land Co.
PAIR PORT TOWX LOTS now on s. e. Make
your selection before the best ones are sold. A
big investment for a small amount of monev.
NEVADA -CALIFORNIA- OREGON RAILWAY
j Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 8:35 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:45 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
I'ullman & liuffutt Service Between hrtkeview unit Keou
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
J. MURPHY, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
From The Irish AVii'M
As we ru tii pr"K tnere are fiv
Ihoop tiuyrr in town, which nfttumliy
Indicate tht the lf of mutton mm
lamb have Inkrn a leiitd boom aid
that stockmen Jshoulil expect night r
prices than thoae pal'i by the huyvra
during the pnat month.
Frank MIonminjiCHnip and T. A.
Burrow, of Merrill, are here to ecure
mutton. A. li. Swsnfton, of (Sm rn
memo, 11 another of the buyer, he
having already purchiied a number off
"coarse wool" Umha from Onarleii
Sherlock, of thia city. H F. Carey,
representing the firm of Miller & l.ux,
his returned from California pointa
and is again on the outlook for suitable
stock. He has made eeveral purchases
within the paat month, amorg hirh
were flock belonging to I'at Harry, of
r'aialey, G. I. Holor'ok, thia ritv, anl
others. L. Uegen, representing Kcifcn
Brother, of lener, Colnrado, s one
of the latest arrivals Mr Pegt-n him
already acquired about .10,000 h ad of
Nevada and California lamhN, ami v
eral off the purchases made t y him from
Dennis O'Connor and Charles Sherlock
will be fo ind recorded in sootier col
umn of this paper. Earl O'Brien, o'
Keno, is here to, buy ewes for shipment
to other points of the coun'ry. It is
also rumored that a mutton buyer fr m
the Rend country is soon to reuch Luke
view with a view to purchasing 20.000
head of mutton.
Taking al into consideration it looks
a- though the market for mutton and
lambs is the best it has been this sea- j
son, and it is hoped that much bigger j
j prices will be received by the stock-1
men. Many of the latter are in townj
! now anci some nave ct-en for many
weeks, all b irg obliged to hoKi olf
! selling on account of the excessively
j low prices paid.
Miss Cora Scten, Mrs Collie Welch,
Alf Waills, Walter Ware, H. C. Mc
Ktnnis, Dan F. Llempsey, iiill Case,
Henry G. Furgeson 2, Besseghir.o Ste
fsno 3, Frank P. Site, U. O. Ruth, O.
D. Rusk, Frank E. KusbcI, Mrs. E.
Niehans. Lnyd Ornbaum, Pat Murphy
OLeary. M. F. L. MoSweeney. Dr. O.
E. Lowe, A. Marders, Morg. Verlin,
Uaurence Williamson, E. K. Zumora.
Jno. A. Peterson, Miss Ardin A. V.
Williams, til. L. Zamor, Miss Amy
Wayman, Howard Mortan, Wm. J.
Morrison, Mrs. A. M. Bradley, Y. Z.
burns, Walter Thone, T. (J. Thomp
son, M. P. Adcock 2, Wayne Jbies 2,
J. M. Sayer, James Colrnan, MiB Belle
Campbell. Mr. H. B. Dodd 2. Mrs.
Laura Uunlap, Martin Eliam. John O.
Elliott, T. B. Lutlin. Wm. Scott, Char
les Hall, Holbert B. Dodd, C. L. f-'cott
2. Joe Scott. Henry Shannon, Mr.
Ashland, Roy Hample, Frnk Purdin,
jp Portillo, Alfred Lamb, Dr. O. E
1 Lowell. A I Ladd, M. Sara & Co., Ed
' ward Smith, Mri Maud Slrov, J. E.
; Smith, E. S. Walker, Garner Webster
3, Mrs. Anmie WebBter, Miss Ette
j Madin, Ed Wells, J. J. Williams, Sau
i ford Wilbur, Clive Ma:or, Van Houb
! ten, M. Payten, Thomas W. Klery,
H. M. Bi'chsnan, Alec Accoce, Mr.
I Roman Mtrquez. Miss Lulu Forcum,
' A. G. Hall 2, Harry J. Kushner Miss
Front The Irish AVwn
Frank iMonlht aid Hill Ahoa n,
both off whom are expert in the aiiteu
hualni'S, S, pumbtr 18tn, purchased
from I'at Angland his lease In the (j.m
land & Lnyeh ain't p. The New take
this opportunity ol wishing both oi the
pimhaners much success in their new
Jack Bresoahau and Con Sullivan,
whu are pai liters in the sheep buahteas.
laxt week, Sold VlHI head of ewes tu
Jack Klynii a d Jack l.eaiy, the pr ce
ptd Mr. tUtanahan bung $4.7f per
hcao. while Mr. Sllivan received S5 00
per head lor his sharo. The sheep weie
separated and counted at Carnal
Mike O Sullivan got busy several
daagoand vugnt f0 head ot tine
bucks Irum tJeore Fitzgerald. The
price paid was S10 per head. It is
needless to any that Mike is a subscri
ber tu the News.
Charles Sherlock and Dennis O'Con
nor, ast week sold 2r(H) head of
"c.'ro wool" iambs to Mr. Degan,
the Salt Lake buyer, price paid being
f t 35 per head. The sheep were de
livered at Lakeview.
Walter Sherlock, the Alturas sheep
man, last wetk sold sold 3000 head ol
"coarse ml" lambs to Mr Deegan,
(he f-alt Luke buver. The price palu
was l.'.t'ilt per head, delivery to be
made at Mdocltne, California.
I'nilip S Bar'y, the local sheepman,
returned M-veral weeks ago from San
hraicistp where he remained for a
slioil lime as the guest of his aunt,
Mr. r.errig.n. Phil reports an excel
lent tiioo while ab.-cnt, and states that
many wonderful l uditii.ga are being
ervUil l r (Kit year to year in tho big
It whs reported among the boys
.linnet line Hgo tnal Michael Barry, Sr.,
lattit r to Michael M. Barry, was to
vixit Lakeview during tht "omipg win
ter, an 1 tits arrival was looked forward
to with interest. Since then we have
been informed thm Mr. Barry will iot
ci'tne over tins winter, although it is
hi .cd tlirtt be may see tit to honor us
tdi bis pre.-encu at some not distant
. 1 1
TED A LION.
A WANT AD IN THE j
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
O. A. C. Popular
Registrar H. M. Ten' ant savs there
is a 25 oer cent increase in O.A.C. en-
! rnllment over this time last year. New
I entries came from 16 states. New Eng
1 land to the Pacific coast, and from
India, Alaska, Canada and Honlulu.
Upper classmen are returning from
nine additional nates. A high class
Brahmin from India has nought 8n
eight acre farm near the college and
will work it while taking a course In
scientic farming. He insists on wear
ing the pink turban of bia class. The
son of a Lig Brooklyn merchant is com
ing fur horticulture.
A graduate of the University of New
York is also entering for apeical study.
A British Columbian graduate off an
eastern university is coming to take
a master's degree in hort culture. Di
plomas written in Chinese, Japanese
and other foreign languages were pre
sented for entrance credit. A Japan
ese offer' 148 week'B work in cultivat
ing the virtues and 142 weeks in Jap
Atlempts to reopen the artesian well
which was lost By a dynamite explosion
some time ago, has been abandoned,
and Mr. Kobineet has decided to drill
again. Mr. Hale will do the work tor
Friday night robbers broke into the
Maurice Murphy aaloon here and rifled
the. till, securing about S12 in silver
and small change. There was some
currency in another compartment off
're money dr er which in their haste
they overlooked. They also secured
one off the door keys which was bidden
under the sack of change. Nothing
else was disturbed. The robbers left
no duo w l.btever Mid no trace off thtm
I has been discovered.
Clevar T..t.ri ot Plucky and Ingeni
The little liiliaian of South Africa
I is not only till in size, hut feeble In
mind Vet I tin e h on record an en
counter between ti bu.-diumn and a Hon
whli b allows die 111:111 tis cool lu danger
and fertile in resource.
This biisliiiiau. while a long way
from bi home, was met by a Uon. The
nnltnul, assured that be hud his vlctin
oinpliT ' tn bis power, began to sport
and daliy with tilm with n feline Jocos
ity which the poor little bushninn fail
ed lo appreciate The Hon would ap
pear ut u point In the road mil leap
back ui;:iln into tho Jungle, to rea
pear u little farther on.
The btishinaii. however, did not lose
his presem-p of mind and presently hit
upon a (lev Ire whereby he iiilutit outwit
his foe Till plan was "u-ested by I
the lion's own conduct j
Aw. ire that the Least was abend of i
ri I id. the bushninn dodged t the rl'-'lit.
and. feeling pretty sure of the Hon' '
wheren bouts, resni'tnl to Hie course of
quietly wtitcliltiK Ills movements. !
When the lion discovered that the j
man bad aiiddenly disappeared from i
the path he was u jsood deal perplexed
He roared with mortification Then
he espied tile bilslltnan peei!n at blm
over the prass.
The bitOitnnn at otn-e chunped Mis fio
fit ion. while the lion shiml llle-olllte
in the path, follow Inp with Ins eye the
shifting blacic man. In another mo
ment the !!tt!e man ru-flcd tin' reeds
vanWhisI and showed hit,i-,eir ut un
The pn-at tirilie was first confused
find then alarmed It evidently l.i iran
to dawn upon l.i.n that be ti.nl nil-t;i!i
en the position of matters and that h
was the hiin'i'd iarty
The btishinaii. who clearly reoopnU
el the Hituation. did not pause n, pi-r
lit 1 1 the lion to recover hi startled
wits. lie tiepnu to steal sradually to
ward the foe, who now. In a complete
state or doi.dit and fear, turned tall
ninl decamped, leaving the plucky und
liiponloos little biishman master of the
Hituation - Harper's.
Fascination of Coif.
"I've eaul of Nero u-pluylug on 'la
fiddle, air. w bi n 'is 'oinu wua a-burn-lu,"
bald the landlady, putting down
the local paper, "but this 'ere game of
golf must be tho most faakluuting
'obby lu the world. I've been teudlug
about the lire up ut the golf ground
lust Friday, and It says. 'The lire brl
piules promptly responded to the call,
and when d:u kness closed l:i they were
still pl.iv iii4 upon I be ruins of the
clubhouHH." " Ciolf IlliiHtruted.
a.li y-in- UrnwuU tor CHI-CHES TER'S A
l iAMONTi I AND PILLS in Kko u1a
Cold mtiallto boxes. cUJ with BluctO.
Ribbon. Tits xa otiii, Hu of T.r V
Druirl.l 4 uk tor t til f Uin-Tt-U S V
DIAMOMU BKANU PILLS, for IwcntT-df
tr regardrd Bt,Bfct, Alwajr RclUbta.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
wiikoii mid Ihiicio
llArilt'NN, V) lllpa,
robra, blta, rliitoa,
tiling lit ti""
lltii ot cnrrliig'
and horse hirhlxli
h -o in I ' n t
THE BEST VA CRO SADDLE
ON THt MARKET
AHLSTROM & CUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
J. D. MARINER
Sells for the Factories the World's Best Makes of
l'ianos, built to stand anv eliniate. Factory (luar
antee furnished with each instrument.
Mchlin & Sons
Knabe, Weber, Vosc, Fischer, Stock
Krell, Lautcr, Shonlneor, Wcg
man, Cable & Sons
Kohlcr & Campbell
Stclnway, Mchlin, Wcbcrand Lauter
Standard and Wurllstcr Electrics
Mcitio In New York and Uoston
Sold For Cash or On Easy Payments
We sell l'ianos for S'-'.So.OO that you cannot buy
elsewhere for $ 100. Jhiy at homeand save money
"Coupon Schemes," "(iuessin' Schemes," "Club
Schemes" and "Special Sale Schemes" are lake meth
ods lor unloading cheap pianos. Ilih tirade l'ianos
are not sold through fake schemes.
We mako a Specialty of Tuning- and Repairing.
Call or Write for our Catalogs antl Prices.
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CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
P. M. CORY, Lommom
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Oprtcf 5tagei, carrying United Mutes Mulls, l.ipreis and Passsngen on lb
LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUTOriOBILES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS 5TAUE3
FARESi On Way Round trip
Klamath Falls Route - - . $10.00 $18.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Lkvlew (. 3tag( Offfc
Hush . . . , Bulllvaa Hotel
Klamuth PalU . . , , Aaiartcaa Hatal
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