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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1909)
i.xki: ror rv i:amimi;. i.aki.vii'W,- oi;r.;o. Ttin:st v, jink vm
uys In the County
3120 acres finely improved farm ami all stock and implements
700 acres fruit and grain land near New Pine Creek. Will (Inutile in six mouths.
100 acres choice valley land suitable for alfalfa, etc. ;
1170 acres choice fruit land in Goose Lake Valley only 8." per acre.
Business lUock in Lakevicw renting .(.-$ l-f per mouth.
Lots in Prcnkel's Addition with 81000 restrictions.
Homestead Relinquishment 0 miles from Lakevicw.
SOUTHERN OREGON REALTY CO.,
Umbach Block, next door to Board of Trade Room, Lakeview, Oregon.
?EFEA?VCES--Metn.pt)litan l.nnkv Tiusi Co,. Los Anclrs Ca!., I'ajaro VaMcy Hank. Watsouvillc, Cal.. Hank ..I'Mxii.-ml, n.ii.l, Call!
GIVE Mill) SUM
Ssupt. K. O. Kelly. ( t the Ci. 1,11, en;
Butte Mi:'.!n.' C"ii: i'iv 'i
latt Frirtav ai;.i S;-.'- M-.v. ' r ;
supplies for the nine. .Virk is le'ij
pushed wish stint hiv ..tt.i nigh.
A vei'i ot.'gco'i 1 1 . 1 1 1 i i : ere cut
lat Thai - 1h: y in (!.. tn..i,tl Oi;f
crew ot iork'in'u are dri'ting in t!,-vei-:
au i Miother ire v ..... : :: '. iu
the tuoD 1 ahead to ' ' . in.
The force on th Jua:l o Chief min
ing property Las been increa.-ed ami
development is l,eing poshed a fast
as posillt. The owner- are elated
over .-h-iuting an.i are making
preparations to do extenisve develop
A company of California capitalists
have taken au option ou a group of
claim? joining the Jumlo will
start work as aoou as supplies cau be
bauJea to the camp.
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bi fur any cii"
that so w i.-htr- an t lli fall at Ms
present ottice i'J tti" Coloia lo Hut 1
It is a couviiioiiu arkjutiH'iit when
one can tee the soli I roek pounce I
atiil the r.ure k'obl mined from it. bat
Mr. Keillev knows there are a coo.i
uiany in toAii ai, I he is illiuu to
Several owners fire prparniL' tu
i-tart work aud before tall Windy
Hollow or as it is now culled tiold
bertf will tie a hustling niinmu canm.
r" d"! In tb.' !
ipt 1 1 - Sn I It r t 't'et a
t.it.d i .ii--. -.
' IIHIMp IpI I I I'lllli'l illllS
cIhj-s, iiiip! the hliik'ln tn l
part of the show i.- tery
. m fM I fPPVpr . K H I f . P. " H
I Jewelry Shop on Wheels
E Cili-x P'tirni'fiirf
Furniture and Bedding.
Why pay f. to 83. tur having h nmiiifprik;i. a jewel r a stuff
put in your wnt.-h, or for having it clennni, when the l-eist iiiain
sprinirs cost ti. jew. ler only $1.50 per do, best jewel ami
fl.Joto f3 per '1 oz. niul the lient j" I) of cleinintf taken a first-rate
tiiei hanic ii. more t h;t n one hour to perform?
The fnll'iwiii i a s;iiinl- of the prices we charge:
Mainsprings $1. Jewels $1.
Staffs $1. Cleaning $1.
Old jewelry made over into anything .von may want. All
work neatly and promptly done and KUHianteed fur a ye.tr.
Uon't hewltate. lirmtf in your work at once. nd et a Mjuare
deal at the Jewelry whop on Wheel, located near the Kxarnltier
otlice. Lakeview. Orejrou.
van let ilb'
leiluieplctmnn ot one i.t the. Imys is
tnarvloiis an ! iit iks wfll in i'ti!i. Hii
M.n ulth 1 li-i ii. mi. II iieini a:).! .,11, ir
noted artist, pii that line. His elate
writirn; trick is a pnzzlinif one to tlx
iininitiate i. The trick doits are oo.l
iud so are the mot inn pictur-s.
Much local interest in mail itested in
the I.ovh fr,,m the fHct thkt they were
boru and lai.-ed at Pavis Creek, an.i
have been iiiHkiiiiui; visits here tor 1
years, while their father was a local
favorite iu the hhow buainess here -in
yarn Hk'o. The boys still own u
farm at l-htvin t.'reek.
The I'otuprtiiv conmriseH: Mrs. 1.
I'eterson, Minx A. Wilson, the xou
brette. Wm. Peterson, J. 1. I'l'terson,
t'nas Peterson and N.J. Helm.
The company will close their en
KaKemeut here this ' T hiirs.lay )
evening', ami will jy'ive a picture on
the screen that is alone worth the
price of admission. Iielutt the famoint
(ians-Nelson Unlit at (loldtleld, Set.t.
ii. 1!hiT. They will also iive a trrau
double proRram and will cuiiclinle
witharlance. Kverybody hhoul 1 fu.
"The Home of Good Vataes"
For bis week we offer special values in
This is house cleaning time and every
frugal housewife will appreciate this
chance to improve the appearance of her
home. Extraordinary values in Sheets,
Pillow-cases, and Bed-spreads.
Red Cross Shoes - Hanan Shoes
Bailey fl Massingill
; CLASSED WANTS
UK 1 1, i xt iti:
ROBINSON & CO.
Wm. Wallace, Mgr.
es a specialty.
Firstclass Hearse in at-
V. P. Her y ford end K. M. Ciruen
have just closed a deal for tue mag
nificent bel l ranch at New Pine
Creek. Thin lare tract of land cou
nitwiiii of about RHXl acref, just over
the Oretton line in Nortbren Califor
nia iocludey a lare portion of the
townmte of INew Pine Creek. .Also a
ranch of 'I-A acres at Bilver Lake, and
about 480 aiTes at Oavls Creek, and a
timber claim of 100 acres in Pine
Creek canyon. This beautiful ranch
formerly owned by the John Keid
estate, comprises some of the floest
fruit and garden land in Joose Iake
vallev. It lies on the fertile foothills
of Warner mountains on the east
bhore of Goose Lake. It is certainly
encouraging to see the above pur
chasers re-investing their money here
at home after selling tbeir immense
holdings to tbe Oregon Valley Land
The above sale was negotiated by
the real estate firm of Drenkel and
1 0-acre tracts $200.00, payable $20.00
down, and $10.00 per month.
Orchards net $1,000.00 per acre Yearly. Now is your
Opportunity to Invest.
We have the richest lands, located in the best sheltered places in the Gold
en Goose Lake Val.ey, within 9 miles of Lakeview. Irrigation not necessary,
but an abundance of water for irrigation if desired, free of cost.
These tracts are going fast, and it is possible they will not last long at
this price. If you want one or more of these farms, speak, quickly.
LAKEVIEW DEVELOPHENT CO
Bank References Lakeview, Oregon
AGENTS GET BUSY.
( Klv --f i t h per 111" -r one i flit p T wnnl.
fHcti ii.M-rtti.ii. 1 Ii ii i y won!, or U-tm. fl p-r
iiM.m It. 1" No k1 t-rt I, im-h t 1 rin-rlt for
lt'KH Until mil.
NTH A V NOT M X
KSTKAY NOTICK - 11 ) O H
On April 14, llKC.i, there rame to
my placj 7 head of hogs marked as
follows: one crop off left ear, one
crop and tdit in left ear, under bit in
right, two crops off right and under
bit in left, three crop off right. I
have taken up the above mentioned
1 1 1 A V K . KKW (). V. L. CON
tracf 1 can 8, II for the price of the
inoui'5 paid in, the purchaser achiiin
iug the balance of the obligation.
Asi-lKiiinent guaranteed. W. K
I.LINN, 'M Masonic Temple, Knelt -ford.
C N,. .-.
rMir.Mii.Mi AM) IHi'l'lM.
l d - Kel t I y ii hpousih e crew. .No
rough work a How i d. Charges leniiiin
Ml J"'y 1'' .1 OK A MI. KOHL
FO- iJLK: UK ACKKH LAND,
I lfp't'tii ill timber and naHture.
ATI fenct'ri, contaiiiH tipringM and
Htreain. Well sheltsred. ideal fur
fruit. I" miles north of Lakeview,
on county mad. Kuquire at Exam
l'Oll SALK Went id Sir. 34. Ti.wn
HhlplW. iCuiig-e M KiiHt nt ' per
ncre, 7 in Ilea from Lukcvlew. Oreuu
bogs and am feeding them. The owner . Write or enulre ot (!. V. ICIkIh, cire
SIIKAUINd (!()KKALS:N)V N
shape to commence .-hearing at any
time, (iood feed and good range.
Also dipping vat. Kverything tor
"'g " I'plng In HrMt clain
shape. Mlf.s. KOSA McDAMKLK. '
NI JIMKK HKMOHT
is eiinesterl to come, prove property,
pay charges, and get their hogs.
T. A. CKUMP. Adel.
of Clt.r Hall. Knleiii, Oregon.
TIIK IOLA II'JLOKKH OF ORIXION
Valley Land Co. contracts are per
fecting plans nbetehy each contract
bolder may have his right looked
after and protected, and commence
to get returns on his investment at
once. Write for our plana and send
us the names ot all contract holders
yon know. Do IT NOW. OKEOON
LAND CLUIi, lola, Kansas.
FOK SALK-ONF. OKrXJON VAL
ley Laud ('(;i. tract at a preniiiiu. ot
1150 if taken at once. Not delinquent
Address Mrs. J. Potts, VZ1H. Main,
Pocatello, Idaho. 173
rU M CC Kii KKHOKT:-!! PH DA I
and up. (iood fishing and hunting.
Thn niiiut tiAf.lt I.e.. I ..i i . . ,
" PP...IIIIIII iim:t id i.ase
county, or Southern Oregon, or j?
Jortliru ulifornia. MKS. KOHrS f
1 1,.., , t roprieior.
FUKNIKHKD KOOMH TO LKT
Kpquire of Mrs. JO. K. Woodcock.
STOCK HOLDER'S MEETING
Office of the Fort Midwell Cons- li
dated Mines Co., Fort Uidwell. Calif
ornia, June 1, 1"U9.
To the Stockholders of the Fort
Uidwell Consolidated Mines Co. :
Please take notice that the regular
annual meeting of (Stockholders and
election for directors of the Fort liid
dwell Consolidated Mines Co will be
held in the office of the company, In
the town of Fort Uidwell. County of
Modoc, State of Cadforuia. on Thurs
day, the fifteenth day of July, A. D.
VM'J. at tbe hour of 1 o'clock P. M.
tor the purpose of electing Directors
of said corporation for the ensuing
year, and tor the transaction of such
other business as may come before the
UKO. F. ATKINS.
Secretary Fort Uidwell Consolidated
jFOK BALK ON K OF SURPKISE
Valley's etioice 200 acre farms uear
Ft. UidwelL Calif. Oood house and
i torn, orchard and berries. t acres
in grain alfalfa and wild hay grown
on place. All farm tools, work
borses, milch cows, and hogs in-
i ptll lnt. n.rllmil.f. annl. ...
j this ottice. '
I FOK SALK On-Kon Vulley Land Co.
I UMf iKiiiiienlM or contnu'tH.
I L. D. JMCHAKDSON,
103 4th St mi.,
! 10W J Minneapolis, Minn.
FOU SALE-OKKOON VALLEY
, Land Contracts at par. I have just
j cloend a deal whereby I can sell
I twenty oontracs at the price of the
. money invested, wblb Is K) and the
party purchasing will have tbe bal
1 ance of T10 to pay as It conies due in
CIO Installments each month. I am
'offering thete at cost and without
premium to close them out quickly.
W. L ULINN,
2'B M anon lo Temple, Kockford, 111.
MW Mil. I.
A' OTIC E-1 will
Creek saw mill in operation by June!?
1st. and will then be prepared to fur- 3
niah all klnda of rough Inmber. tj
A. M. UALLAOEK. K
I'OHT & KINO HAVE THE BENT
Krude of Llijours mid t lirs to be
fiund In Oregon. tf
There is some lumber now coming
to town each day.aod it is likely that
the supply will soon tie largely angu
mented, bo the demand from now
od promises to become greater eaon
FOK SALE: ONE 12x12 MINEIIS
tent, three foot wall, new; one
camp stove, nearly new; one folding
Addresa A. E. CONVEUSE, or at
Ttaruston'a ranch, Lakeview, Oregon.
TIMBEK CLAIM FOK BALK-1(50
acres yellow pine, 10 miles from
Lakeview. Will cut U, 000, 000 feet.
(Jood grazing land. Abundoce of
water ou land. Price 115.00 per acre
If sold before the first of October.
Address Tbe Examiner, Lakeview,
J. II. CUTLKK WH1HKV AT THE
Hotel Lukcvlew Imr. The leatfiiid
purest whlaky mnde. tf
LOOK AT THE NOTICE FOK KK-!
U'llfft luupppul t... .1... r,.. I t 1,
....... ,.,.,,,. ,,y , u(. i i-ifuiione '
( oiiipany for tleHtroylngr Ita prop-ij
Blue Prints Made
I will nwiko liluo l'rj,.U o
any towuahlp tf laud Id the
Lakeview Land Dlatrlct. and
do almtiact work. Cull or
W. U. SNIOOK
Lakeview . . Oregon