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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1913)
Real Estate For Sale and Its
Hi-inch dry Wood, at our Wood Yard, per cord $7 00
1-foot Mini) Wood, nt our Wood Yard, per cord, 5 00
Potatoes, delivered in town, per Hick 1 00
liny, in M.irn at our Hunch, per ton, 7 00
About f0 tons of Hay in stack, per ton 6 00
"Wo Soil Tho Roal Earth"
O'NEILL & DUNLAP
Lakeview : Oregon
Just received, for quick snlc, some of the best Valley Land
at the following bargains, viz., $12.50 per acre:
0 Acre in Section 10, Townahlp ?, Range 19
33) " 11, " 39, " 19
80 " 22, " 89, " 19
240 " " 2H, " 39. " 19
100 " " 20, " 38, " 19
'inhc County Crnmtncr
IIM'IODAY FKi'UK I(Y l! 11)13.
Knlnlor iiim l l.nkeview fiiinoiix
E (). Lamb in down thii week from
The O.E.S. Nrcnle Club nu t lunt
Friday afternoon lit tho home of Mm.
W. I". Caicy u fliti-i buyer of San
Francisco jesterday reentered nt
Hotel Lakt lew.
Mm. T. J Evans, of Chcwaucan val
ley, han returned from an extended
visit throughout Kansas and Nebraska.
For chapped h m ml n, face and Lps
use Snyder A Key noliln Cream of
IVarlt. Twentv-flvc renta the bottle.
Thoa. S. Furrcll, deputy projecting
attorney. lt Friday wnt over to
Warner, prcdimaldv on huincH con
nected with Fine-Dixnn alTray.
Mra. J. Chat. Smith of the Parisian
Millnery returned Monday evening
from Chicago where ahe went to pur-c-haae
her Spring lit of millinery.
Einar ()len. a native of Norway,
eame down laat week from Sliver
Lake and filed a petition for ndmiinn
to citizenship with County Clerk Payne.
Shearing has heen atarted in Mont
ana anil Arizona and no me wool in thnae
atatea have been contracted tiy Boston
flrma at prices ranging from 17 1-2
to 19 rent per pound.
The basket hall game at the opera
hoii"e between the Altera ant Lake
view High School teams should he
largely Ht tendril. It prom inert to lie
an it'tereHtinir tfHrre.
O. E. Wood, foimer local Welh-Far-go
exprea agent, has flnldhcd mnviog
from thisVity to the Weal Side where
ho hag leaned a ranch from I,. A. Car
riker, and he i. no a full Hedged tiller
of the anil.
A new game coCp, which divides the
state into two RHine. districts, charge
the closed Beacons, remove tho pro
tection of lieavera and makes many
other change, ha hern nproved tiy
Invitation are nut for the wedding
of Mr. George Harrington and Mia
Grace Oliver. Th ceremony will take
place next Sunday at the homo of tho
hride'a parent Mr, and Mra. J. C.
Oliver, on the Wet Side.
'I he Hill County Attorney bill ha
paaard tho House. The measure, would
abolish Diatrict Attorney and euti
atitute for them County Attorney.
The vearly aalary for Comity Attorney
of Lake waa fixed at $1500.
Mm. Ratehelder, widow of the late
Colonel J. T. Ratchelrter, and mother
of Attorney J. M. and George Batehel
der of Lakeview, arrived here Monday
evening from Chico, Cal., and will
apend aevcrai days visiting with her
J. W, Maxwell informa the Examiner
that hia daughter, Anna M. Neilon,
who went to San Francisco a few weeka
since for tho benefit of her health,
ha gained nix pounds in weight during
her stay there and that her condition
i greatly improved.
If the present weather thHt we have
had tor tho punt week would continue
for aix weeks more stocks in the Uround
Hog Day omen would advance bevond
par. It in rather cold at present and
the snow's depth has been increased
about two inched this week.
"Joaquin" Miller, the renowned
poet of the Sierra, died last Monday
in his one-room ratin, whieh he built
with hia own hand in the Fiedmont
hills near San Francisco, many years
ago. Ilia daughter, Jaunita Miller,
and hia wife were with him.
Senator Thompson's bill relating to
farm extension work of the O A.C,
met with hearty approval in the Sen
ate, it having passed that body by a
substantial majority The measure is
of statewide Importance and will doubt
less become law without a ripple.
Mr. and Mrs It. B. Piper of Grrely,
Colo., were arrivals in Lakeview
yesterday evening. They' shipped all
their household effects and have come
with the intention of locating perman
ently. Mr. Piper is as yet undecided
what he will engage in, but is con
sidering the dairy and creamery busi
ness, DO YOU WANT un Easter Suit? We
arc ready to take your order for a Suit
Dress, or Evening Coat, to Le deliver
ed before Easter. Come and see the
prettiest samples of cloth ever shown.
Every suit is made by Man Tailors
to your individual measure. We guar
antee (it. THE l'ARISIAN MILLIN
ERY Main Street, West of Court House.
J Kalnicr on (Ir.iugth fit tha Hotel
i S. ('. Campbell wa in the first of
the week from tha O.V.L. dam.
Miss Msliul Kiec attended the bsaket
ball gsnie at Alttiru Saturday evening
! J. A. King, of the local firm ol I'oat
, & King rpent several days of last week
in A It urn.
! Aepnr A. J. Foater ta now in the
Summer Lake section where hfl will
re in i in for a couple of week".
E, I., and It. II. Lyons, brother of
j Dr. J. L. I ons of Lakeview, came
over yes'trday from Cedarville.
I hu Teacup Hub of the Kebokab
lodgo will meet tomorrow, Friday,
afternoon nt the home of Mrs. W. Z.
(Jet trie High Shool spirit and attend
' the I iiHket ball game at tho opera
house Saturday evening. There will
i be a hot time.
j T. H. Cloud, of the Frost ivandv
' Kitchen, is in Richmond Cal. looking
after aome property InUrests there.
He is expected to return this week
! F. Fetach, of tha Matchless Store,
j bnd family are now occupying the E.
Linvillc residence on Main street.
They formerly lived in the (5. W. Rice
house on South Water street.
I W. I'. Curtis came down last week
' from Valley Falls. He recently sold
ten acre- of the ld Heryford ranch,
including the house and buildings,
to McDonald E Her of Paisley.
' W. A. L. Minifie and family of the
Summer Lake Valley last week passed
through Lakeview en route to Cuba
where his faiht-r owns a large planta
tion. Mr. Minilld is a relative of Dr.
I A. A. Witham.
' Herman G rather last Saturday made
final proof on his homertea 1 near the
head of the lake before the local land
office. Ha witnesset were: Fred
t Fisher, Jas. Bishop, Henry Lechman
, and James McDermott.
' Dr. E. D. Everett reports the birth
of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Woodcock. The hsppy event occurred
Wednesday, Februa y 19, and the
mother and child are Ooing splendidly,
while Eldon's spirits are the very best.
A statement of Paisley's financial
circumstances published in the Che
waucan Tress shows $1636.40 in the
! town treasury, which is an ecxeptional
good record for a newly Incorporated
town. May their prosperity continue.
By all the boomerang articles on the
new Rochester mining camp in the
Reno Journal it would appear that they
had a second E. Chapin Card on the
job, and some of them even justifies
i the thought that the far-famed wild
catter is there himself.
j The series of Wednesday Evening
sermons being given during the Lenten
seatji at the locsl Catholic Church
have been very well attended up to
date. "Ihe sermons are betng given
by Kev. P. P. Kern, S. J, the pastor,
and are open to the public.
The ad published laat week giving
; notice that the Loren Bailey house
would be varatated about April 1, ty
' Mrs. II. B. Alger was an error arising
i from the owner being misinformed re
; garding it. Mrs. Alger has the house
leased for an indefinite pericd, and
has made no plans for vacating same.
' The bodies of Caotain Robert F.
, Scott the Englivh explorer, and four
companions who perished in the An-
arctic region from starvation, are being
taken to England aboard the ship
Terra Nova. All civilized countries
of the world have sent messages of con
dolence concerning the terrible fate
met by the noted captain and his com
panions. The young men of Lakeview have
a chance to see how some of the young
women of Lakeview look at them. "A
Young Woman's Estimate of a Young
Man" is the subject of a sermon to be
preaohed at the Methodist Church
Sunday night. This sermon is based
on answres to letters sent to a number
of Lakeview's young women. Come
and hear it.
The Missouri Supreme Court has
refused to modify the judgment of
ouster against the Standard Oil Com
pany from that state, and the original
order, ousting the company from the
state, now stands. The original order
was issued more than four years ae;o.
J. F. Hanson arrived Saturday even
ing from I oh Angeles to look after his
various interesU in this section, lie
wa in tho East during the cold period
during which time so much damage
was done to California fruit, but stated
that the result was serious In that re
gion. Mrs. Hanson and children will
remain in Los Angeles until the school
year is completed.
I Tonne for rent, apply T. E. Ber
nard. A nice lare front room, furnished.
T t . . I II . L . f II I A 1 . -
ueaieu. Dam. .urn. 11. u. mytri.
I Give the High School boys encourage
! ment by attending the baskket ball
ame Saturday evening.
Rev. O. T. Morgan formerly or Lake
view has accepted the pastorate of the
Merrill Presbyterian Church, says the
It is reported that George Wingfield
has already invested $200,000 in gold
prospects in the new district of Roch
ester in Nevada.
II. A. Brattain, one of the directors
of the First National Bank of Lake
view and brother of our townsman E.
M. Brattain, is down this week from
President-elect Wilson has announced
definitely that he will not make public
the names of his cabinet until he sent
them to the Senate for conformation
Francisco I. Madero has been arrest
ed and forced out of the presidency of
Mexico and General Huerta, command
er of the federal troops proclaimed
Darnell's Band, consisting of fifteen
pieces, will go to New Pine Creek to
moriow night to give an all night dance
for the purpose of buying another horn
to add to their eauipment. The boys
have been practicing for this event fur
several weeks and good m sic and a
good time is assured all who attend.
There iB quite a number of tbe younger
set of Lakeview contemplating ac
companying the boys.
During his present American tour
Harry Lauder ia receiving $4000 a
week. Every pay day he demands
three $1000 bills, one $500 bill and the
remaining $T00 in assorted change.
The report is that Lauder sends the
bills of large denomination to England,
where they are banked on arrival.
Lauder is the highest paid attraction
in vaudeville and when he has salted
down $1,000,000 he says he will retire.
The Lames Aid of the M. E.
Church met Wednesday afternoon at
tbe home ot Mrs. Dan Chandler, wno
was assited by Mrs. M. S. Barnes in
entertaining the nunihiiit. 'lh so
present were: Mesdames Russei,
Newell, Burgess, Han is, Down, Down,
Alger, LeoiiHid, T. E. Bernard. Dyl-e-man.
W R Bernard. Fetsch, i). Crone-
miller, MevHrs, M '('omt'S Vainlorponl,
'etree, Hayes, Harijes hud Chandler.
i8i lor, Mrs. Walter Kusseii.
$.'5.00 Shoes, now $3.50
l.CtO Shoes, now 3.20
.(() Shoes, now 2.05
3.50 Shoes, now 2.50
3 00 Shoes, now 2.15
This represents a few only of our
many Bargains in Shoes.
One lot of Hats and Caps in pood
styles and patterns, values from $1.25
to $2.00, at 85c.
Underwear, medium and heavy weight
values to $5.00, at per suit $3.00
One lot, values to $3.00, at suit $1.80
Union Suits, values 82.50 to $5.00, per
Shawknit Sox, cotton and worsted, at
per pair 20c
: Rainier on draught or io bottles at
I the Brewery. 2t
I Fred Hanson is feeding 3000 head of
sheep at J. C. Oliver's Cove ranch.
?100 new Smith Premier typewriter
for $."i0. See H. A. Utley, Lakeview,
Ernest Givan, of Adel, left this
morning for San Francisco where he
j will visit for a few weeks.
j Miss Simmons, New Pine Creek's
popular primary teacher, visited her
J trotber here last Sunday.
The sweetest thing that the sun
j shines on Nylo Chocolates. For
, sale by Snyder & Reynolds.
J Manuel Sanders returned yesterday
evening from San Francisco where he
j went last week wltb the shipment
of Chandler sheep.
The Modoc Republican says it is re
ported that lames J. Hill, the railroad i
I magnate, has bought J.Noble Jones'
t Interest in the Madeline Valley below :
J Alturaa. i
. The Humphrey brothers, who were
found guilty of murdering Mrs. Eliza
beth Griffith near Corvallis in June
1U11, have teen sentenced to bang
Friday. March 21. !
Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt have ,
made public the engagement of their j
second daughter, Ethel Carow Roose
velt, to Dr. Richard Derby, son of the
late Richard H. Derby of New York, j
A. H. M-'Innes, the sheep buyer of
Red Bluff, Cal. will arrive in New
i Pine Creek in a few days to inspect
the L. U. Hoy sheep that are being j
fed there, with a view of buying them.
Harry Roberta, a former well known
resident of Lake County, is now at!
Lordsburg N, M. where he is in charge j
of a bunch of cattle reoently pur-1
chssed by J. C. Dodson and associates.
Miss Murrell Williams closed a six
month term of school on the West Side
last Friday, and is visiting in town this
week. She has been re-employed for
four months. The West Siders arei
never behind in school affairs and ten
months achool this year is more than
any other ditsrict in the county will
muiiitum. Miss Williams is one of the
btrocgtist teachers in the county, and
the directors show their desire for
schools and their appreciation of good
work by continuing her services to the
end of the school year. The district
has asked for Prof. Gardner to deliver
a lecture there in the near future.
$3.00 and $3.50 Shirts, now $2.00
$2.25 and $2.50 Shirts, now 1.65
82.00 Shirts, now 1.35
$1.50 Shirts, now 1.15
$1.25 Shirts, now 85
This includes' Golf and Negligee
Shirts, in Flannels, Madras, Percalesand
Twelve styles in Linen Collars, reg
ular 2 for 25c, at $ 1 . 1 5 per dozen.
$1.25 Sweet Orr Overalls $1.00
$1.00 Sweet-Orr Overalls 85
$2 50 Whipcord Pants 1.50
Corduroy and Fustain Pants, values
to $4.00, at $2.25
Sweet-Orr Cottonade Pants.. 1.15
We arc making Special Prices on:
Children's and Misses' Underwear
Muslins, Sheetings, Etc.
Curtain Nets, Towels, Yarns, Etc,
Ladies' Suits and Coats
All goods are marked in plain figures,
both regular price and reduced price, so
you can see for yourself by looking at
the tickets. It will pay you to investigate
Lakeview Mercantile Co.