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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1913)
DECORATED SEMI-PORCELAIN WARE
ON SALE THIS WEEK A Line of Decorated Semi
Porcelain Ware in Single Pieces or Full Dinner Sets. A
Very Desirable Xmas Gift. Every piece has been reduced
Silk Auto Scarfs German Silver Music Carriers Fancy Stationery Silk 1 kul Scarfs Ladies' Hand
75c, 85c end Vanity Cases $1.50 and 25c to $1.25 and Shawls Hags
$1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Box $1.25 to $3.00 75c to $2.50
silk Men's Silk Muf- r , t v it . ,rv Kour-in-l land ,"xdc I',i,.lc!1 Suspenders, in
Handkerchiefs, j , civet i on city clI.r. andkerchiefs.
iianuKcriniciN tiers ami .... Silk lies. ... ' (nit Hoxes,
special y priced f 1 ics sample line, fancy .
t J 1 Reefers bin assortment , best value
at tr Dr borders,
5Cc 51.50 35c to 50c 25c 25cto$1.oo 65c
LADIES' AND MISSES' SKIRTS hundrkds 01 I MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
. .. . ,. M I'LKASlNCi The New Stle Norfolksforytmni'
Our second shipment within sixty - rMm-e poij c ,, i t , .t
1 TV rvK fellows arc shown this season. Also the
days from the Capital Woolen Mills. fljj GIRLS new weaves in hair-line stripes and fancy
The very best values ever shown here. w mm worsteds. liy comparison you will learn
Every Skirt is guaranteed pure wool and Tn Y t,,at hK are better for less
KINDb IC) Jl monev than elsewhere. If you hnd it
sold to you at a big saving price, from PLEASE. otherwise, your money goes back to you.
$2.50 to $6.00 THE BOYS Prices, $12.50 to $20.00
Ladies' and Misses' Felt Slippers and Star Brand Shoes are better for the Ladies' Silk Messaline Petticoats, all
Fur Top Juliets, all colors, entire family. New lines are being new shades and colorings,
$1.00 to $2.25 received here almost daily $2.50 worth more
Former Lakeview Girl
Suggests Sample School
As nourishing and palatable lunches
are fundamental factors in the health
ard activity of children in school,
mothers should know what materla's
to use in preparing school lunches, an i
how to prepare them. Ths sandwich
is the basii of a'l school Irncbes bat
it should be variei from day to day in
form and material. And as the sand
wich is varied so must be the accom
panying lood matirlaU it the proper
nutritive ratios are successfully main
tained. Here are lice scientifically selected '
sample school lunch menus prepared,
by Hazel JSlcKee, a senior in the
domestic course at the Oregon Agricul-:
No. 1 Plain bread ani batter sand
wiches, cheese sandwiches, bottle of
milk, two or three cubes of sugar,
tapioca pudding, fresh prunes.
No. 2 brown bread and outter,
chicken sandwiches, bottle ot milk,
sponge cake, raisins and nuts.
No. 2 Nut and celery sandwiches,
two boiled rgg9, bottle of milk, corn
starch mold, two cookies, pears.
No. 4 Peanut butter sandwiches,
egg sandwiches bottle of milk, gra
bam crackers, orange cream, grapes.
No. 5 Sardine sandwiches, fruit
and nut sandwiches, bottle of milk,
small piece of chocolate, cup custard,
How these and other savory morrela
are prepared and arranged in suitable
lunch carriers is explained in detail
by Mrs. Calvin, professor of Domestic
Science at the Oregon Agricultural
College, in Extension Bulletin, "The
Scbool Luncheon," Series 3, No. 5..
This bulletin may be had free of cost
by addressing R. D. Hetzel, Extension
Director, Corvallis. Ore.
NEW PINE CREEK DEPARTMENT
DEVOTED TO LIVE NEWS NOTES OF THE STATE
LINE TOWN SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
A dispatch from Fickaburg, Lake
County, to the Oregonian says:
Through the efforts of Representative
N. J. Sinnott. W. Roche Kick, presi
dent of the Ficksburg Development
Club, has been notified by the Depart
ment of Agriculture at Washington
that a shipment ef trees, plants and
chrubs will be sent to him for experi
mental purposes within the next tew
days. The specimens are adapted to
the climatio conditions there. Mr.
Fick has set aside a portion of his
homestead for experimental purposes
and the trees will be planted thereon.
JgP GUARANTEED B
to be equal to any
Beer brewed. Bot
tled and on draught
at all leading saloons
Reno Brewing Co., Inc.
Mrs. Nettie B. Harris, County Su
perintendent of Modoc County, held
Institute in New Pine Creek Saturday,
Dec. 13. Mayor Keller gave the teach
ers a most cordial welcome. The su
perintendent, accompanied by the
teachers, both High School and Gram
mar School, of Alturss, and the teach
ers ot the Alturas, Davis Creek and
Willow Ranch vicinity arrived on Fri
day night's train. They were enter
tained at the Wendt Opera House that
same evening ty a bazaar and enter
ainment given under the auspices of
the Mount View school assisted by the
Primary department of the Pine Creek,
Saturdsy's session opened with a
school exhitit, each teacher having
brought work from her school. The
exhibit wb8 splendid. A few years
ago such work was thought a waste
of time, but school authorities as well
as teachers are awakening to the real
ization that the education of the hand
is' the worthy education which is
an incentive ard aid to purely mental
All the papers, talks and discussions
were helpful but most benefit was
derived from the discussions on read
ing, spelling acd writing.
Prr f. Conley. principal of the Al-
lur.o Orammar school gave a most
convincing explanation of why Fairy
Tales ehould be taught.
Prof. Rose principal ot the Modoc
County High School explained the
California University Extension Work.
No one young or old need complain of
not having an opportunity to obtain
knowledge. Those who can not go to
the university now have the blessed
privilege of the university coming to
them. 'M Every one who cares to be
progressive should take advantage of
The good, faitnful ladies of New
Pine Creek, Mount View and Willow
Ranch served a chicken dinner to all
visitors at noon Saturday, in the
evening all attended the Moving Pic
ture thow at the Wendt Opera House.
Sunday forenoon was tpent in Pine
Creek canyon. Mr. Lenham kindly
uonsented to drive to Mr. Jensen's
power Iiouhc All the teachers could
at Fairport for
the train at one
Jensen made the must favorable im
Dinner was served
all who were to take
The teachers departed expressing
many compliments for the hospitality '
of the people of New Pine ('reek, j
Many took much interest in the lnsti-1
tute. It was well attended. The In
stitute like the university is coming
to the peop!
Our merchants are all enjoying a
rood holiday business.
Li rest slaughter in prices on Xmas
candies at Wendts Candy Kitchen.
Mrs. J. IS. McNew who has been pn
the sick list is able to be out again.
N. E. Guyot made a trip to High
Grade Isst Monday and recorts every
thing moving along nicely.
Mrs. Mattie Follett is thinking of
enlarging her boarding house which is
too small to accommodate her fast
We are informed that Dr. J. L.
Garner our new physician has bought
the hospital property. This also in
cludes the old lilurton livery barn.
A new'board cross walk was put in
from Fleming liroa. store to the hotd,
also from the hotel to the Gentry bar
ber shop, which is quite an improvfi
ment. At a regular meeting oi the City
council Dec. 2, 1013, the saloon license
was raised from f 12"j to SHOO per quar
ter. Mr. D. W. Thomas was the only
one to get a license. There were three
August Doting, our expert oakcr
and restaurant man, in still making
improvements ubout the restaurant
building. Mr. Doring has every thing
neat and clean and is serving good
meals at all hours.
Saturday the stork visited the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carr leaving
a beautiful nine pound girl. The little
mother and child are doing nicely un
der the care of Dr. AmBden as physic
ian and Mrs. Sanford as nurse.
Duller & Moffet, our butchers, are
very busy these days killing bogs.
They have killed over a hundred in
the last 10 days. They are putting
them into lard, bacon, hams, etc., for
their large growing business in New
not take the drive, those who did were
Mrs. Raker, wife of Judge Raker, of
Alturas, Mrs. Harris, County Super
intendent, Prof. Rose,' Prof. Conley,
Mrs. Puyne and Doolittle, Misses
Leonard and Berry. All were delight
ed with the beauty of the canyon.
The power plant was visited with in
terest, but the unique borne, the pits
and the pleasing personality of Mrs.
f Pine Creek.
The Bazaar and entertainment given
by Mountain View school at the Opera
House last Friday night was a grand
success. The children were all fell
drilled and all filled their parti splen
didly. The entertainment was given
for the benefit of the play ground
which netted the school something over
Wayman Withers Acquires
Summer Lake Ranch at
W. K. McCormlrk has sold hi Sum
mer Lake ranch, consisting of 1000
acres, to U. W. Withers, the considera
tion being 1 10,0(10. Possession will be
given thi first of next April. Mr. Mc
Cormtck retains till storit, Including
sheep, cattle and horse, beaidc other
lands. Mrs. McCormlck' health Ni
nut been good recently, and she will
probably spend some time In the Will
amette Valley horeafter.
Sale Was Success
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid did ex
ceedingly well at their pillow slip sale
last Friday. A dainty luncn waa
served and a handsome Mum realized.
All who partook of the lunch were
greatly pleattvd. a it Included an ex
cellent soup, tine sandwiches, excellent
pie and doughnuts with good coffee.
The receipts of the sale netted tho
Ladles' Aid approximately SHO, which
amount goes towards the Presbyterian
Church building fund. Th ladies in
tend to make the Pillow Slip sale an
annual event, to be held about the first
week in December.
Surprise Valley is evidently having
much eolder weather than we are ex
periencing here In Goowe Lake Valley
for the Cedarville Record says that last
Monday morning business men com
menced putting up ice for inmrnir use.
The Ice is of fine quality and about 8
and 10 inches thick.
OF LAND FRAUDS
Promoter With Active
Career Was Once Arrest
ed In Lakeview.
Dr. John Grant Lyman, promoter of
Panama land schemes, who was cap
tured by Sheriff Snldtr In Lskevlsw
while making a desperate attempt to
eacapo from the authorities was con
vloti'd at Los Aegnlc last week by
)urv in tho United States District
Court of having tiard the mails to de
friiud. The conviction was on one
count of I he Indictment only, the pro
moter being declared not guilty on
live other cniintti.
Tho jury reported attrr having been
out 23 hmira and !I5 minutes. The con
viction of the pKiinoter, according to a
statement made by Special Proarcutor
Edward Regan, mat the United State
Government agents cauaca his arrsnt
in tsan Franciaco in September, 1011.
During several montha prevloualy he
had operated the Panama Development
Company through which he proposed
to locate settlers on goverpment land
in Panama. The Government contend
ed that ha bad no rights in Panama,
and brought wl'neaaea from the Central
American republic, fmm Manilla and
England, and from various other part
to testify against him. Lyman will
ba sentenced Monday, December 29.
Harold, the young son of H. 0. Car.
mack, of Davis Creek, who has been
suffering from a serious attack of
typhoid, has been taken to Altura
41 We Sell The Real Earth
General Real Estate
LAKEVIEW -:- -:- OREGON
The "Minaret" Lady Doll
We will give a pattern of lliia
Leautiful doll'a drraa to every
child that calls at our Pattern
I Vpa rt men t , acconiaiiix by an
adult, during the coming week. -
Ot one for your little girl
today. It's FRF.K.
In addition to thia frre pat- (
tern, we have an extensive
in all styles and aiea at our J
Sire is incmls
a hi:m:tuti. i.isi: r v.ir
(,'ooits innciiidsTM x.sojrrs
llniitl-iiimlr Ci-iitfi-s. Sf;irfi, ('nh-
luiis uinl Stivvll lr.-.
Silk Floss St fn I'llhtws.
LuiIIch' Suiiltury (litrtitrnts.
Fancy Work Fxcluiti;;t.
Fmhriililrry Work tti order.
MRS. H. D. ALGER
oi'i'osrnc iii:uyfoiu jii.ixi.
ARE YOU LOOKING
FOR A HOME?
Iliiy ii In if j mir iimiiiy u no
I III' lllll Ill'St .
Come hi mil let ns tell yon ot
one just oulshle theiity limits.
Fine cu- vuttiine, well, vvllur,
hum. In n il, fruit, nlnnle trees ami
i teneeil. Flee ust ill e for rows.
The jirlve will mirtrise you.
ALGER LAND CO.
i..ki:yii;v, tut Fatty
ttjifiosltn thi llerylonl Itulhlliifr
Right Next To Xmas
KtftH fnryour family mill frlenils
think of your faithful horse,
f'leuso hi in with a new net ot
our attractive, perfect littliiff
harness. In pleasing him you
will heiiellt yourmilf, for our
harness makes a hoive feel bet
ter, lonk hi tter ami work he-tier,
llcslilcs he neeils a now
harness any way.
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. F. CHENEY