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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1909)
Best Buys in the County
310 acres finely improved farm mid all stock and implements
700 acres fruit and grain land near New Tine Creek. Will double in six months.
1(H) acres choice valley land suitable for alfalfa, etc.
1170 acres choice fruit land in Coose Lake Valley only $5 jer acre.
business Mock in Lakcview renting for $4-5 per month.
Lots in Drenkel's Addition with 81000 restrictions.
Homestead Relinquishment 0 miles from Lakeview.
SOUTHERN OREGON REALTY CO.,
Umbach Block, next door to Board of Trade Room, Lakeview, Oregon.
?EFf?7VCES--Metropolitan Bank N: Trust Co,, Los Angeles, Cal., Pajaro Valley Hank, Watsonville, Cat.. Hank of Ox nurd, Oxnard, Calif.
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MEN ARE ACTIVE
L II l.ofttn. "of
l. ... .!.
LmIk. selling Moi-k in the Hutte and
Jumbo mint'. lie reports r-iit in
terest ii' tli.Tf in l..ke county
untie, much more so in fact than
In Lekevien. In view of the (aft
that tin- d-vetortnetit ol these prop
erties. with the splendio showims
now mad. Iip think that the people
ol this town houlil lend a han.t in
bringing forward to succesn u r
anion that uiean no much for the fu
ton of Lake County. The meu en
gaged in milling have leti liberal in
their relations with the husluess pub
lie of tin town, and the former only
rnnuler it fair return that thev
houlil ein'nuruge then: in the work
of un-bullding the niinlug industry.
Friiievtlle Ueview 1": F.arl N.
Yuuug, minium expert iu the For
est Service, la in Frinevllle thin week
looking up matters in regard to min
ing claims in the Ilea Chutes reserve.
He ha;) gone to Howard to inspect
tln Oregon MayMower and properties
which are iu the reserve. Mr. Vuiinii
H making bis headquarters at Ci runts
Fass at present.
A decision rendered the 11th Inst,
in 'California courts, iu the case of
the Mounhtain Kheep Mmiiu C'uiin
iu the lloag district was made in fav
or of McCleary Jt Schauer, of New
Pine Creek. The K.xaminer haa
liieber, Calif., (iezatte, H:
learneJ that the tioldeu Eagle
at nayden hill has now a force
Itltml e.,.1 nitlll U WiTU Ullll tllll,
ber will be increased to probably a
hundred and fifty uetx month
Supervisor Ingrum is making an
extensive eutvey ol the National For
est boundary mid expects to returu to
Lakeview about July -0.
The Forest Service is constnictluK
at telephone line from the Oretruu
Valley Road Camp to Dug Lake.
Ranger Sherman A. Drown haa been
transferred as Deputy Forest Super
viaor from the Fremont to Wallowa
National Forest where he will report
for duty July 1.
(iaurd Clrob is now in charge of the '
Oregou Vulley timber sale work for
Ranger. Musgrave has charge of
grazing matter; in Districts I. 2 and ;
& and as a result is very busy.
The forest hunter Wm. II. Ham - ,
mersley is doing excel eat work, hav- :
ing killed something river Ion hm.. '
tired coyotes since March 1.
Hummei hats at Lakeview Meroau
"The Home of Good Values"
Kau Francisco and hacntmeuto both
ran special trains to Klamath Falls
on Railroad Day, but Four Old IJnrt
laud , with the mo" on It back so
!':'ck you could uot scrape it oH
irli a steam shovel, kept away,
huch slialiliy treatment iloea not
make frl-nd It also leads one to the
ru.miON. already in t tie utr. that
l.aerti Ort-tf'in letter secede from
the Firtlaud bunch and go it alone,
with a iib dale. We've not resources
enough, territory enough, an I vim
ennug'i to imikn a urent and proures
sive ci)mmoiiMealtt. I'ush this nloH
aloaii, brettieru ot the pres- of, Kuat
For the first time iu history the in
flux of home-seekers to Oregon ex
cced those voitiK to California. Peo
ple are heumniiiK to tln'i out that
there are better ppurtuiiities in Ore
lion than to be foiiud in the much
boomed (told State and each new
comer sends the Html tidings back to
eastern (Mends and relatives. The
trie has only j n -1 started, and prom
lt.'H to eclipre anything in the history
of rushes, for Oregon deliver the
Notice lor rubllcatlmi.
What IY. Clitfun I., (Jray says of
llo-fton is foe of other cities: "Tlie
worst loo of civic virtue is not the
I'evll, but ludilfereul renpectubility. "
Fven poor uld Spain, the last Kuro
reHii nation to adopt reforms, has a
parcels post and postal savings bunk.
Ths IriiHt ridden United States, ow
ing to "Me Too" 1'latt, Htid other
express robbers, has uot been able t
get uieusiires itirouli congress tor es
tablishing such necessities for the
people. Anil, poor fools that we mor
tals be, there are men in almost every
community who tint hiukliivlv decry
anything that smacks of public
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
june i., i:uy. j
Notice is hereby given tbat KK(J1- ;
NOLI) A. 11KAULKV, of Flush, (
Oiegou. who, on Hept. 10, l!Wr.. aiade
desert land Entry, No. SH0, Serial !
No. O.'ilo. for BK quarter 8V 'piarter, l
nair ht, quarter, Section 12 Town
ship :n South, Ilange Kast. V il
lamette meridian, has tiled notice of
iutention to make final Froof, to ea
tahlifh daim to the laud above des
cribed. Iiefore itegister and Uecoiver
at Lakeview, Oregon, on the Hbtb
day of Julr, JlKjy.
Claimant names an witnesses:
Henry Deppe, llert l'otrl, John
O'Couuor Hnd Cbarles Sholstaud, all
of I'lush, Oregon.
J17J--'--! J. N. WATSON Keigster.
For this week we offer special values in
frugal housewife will appreciate this
is house cleaning time and every
uucwuc wm appreciate tnis
to improve the appearance of her
iLxiraoroinory values in Sheets,
-cases, and Bed-spreads.
Red Cross Shoes - Hanan Shoes
Bailey eft MassingiB
(Five ceil In mt line ur nil,- rrn I pvt wont,
eh I N r i inn . Thirty wonlt, ir lean. i jht
mniilli. fC-Nii itilverliM'iiiiiiit liix-ried lor
k-M limn tt CCIItn.
Ju: sued, electric light in each
room. Cleuu i.ew beds, hot aud cold
wklar treasonable rates. Quiet
neighborhood. Vour custom solicited,
hallafsctlou guaranteed. Look for
the slgb. K,
A. C. MlLLrjr.Froprietor
If the republicans, iu spite' of
warning and all protest, revise
larirr witti an upward thrust, it
be a good thing to the get your
ready on that country newspaoer
Diau, tiov. Johuson, of Minnesota.
In tbat event he will be a sure presi
1 dential winner. Just mark this pre
dictiuu down in your little buok 1
' E. i in i mm MummmmuuBaumemzv !
K A FKW O. V. 1. I'.nK.
Call S.ill for tha nrli.u (
ui.mey imiii id, me pnrctiiiser Hom
ing tne i.alanoe of the obligation.
AsHigniimnt (UHranteed. W. L.
IILIN'N, 216 Masonic Temple, Hook
tronf, durable, comfortable
e rmentt for orkin(mcn
j Fruit Lands Fruit Lands
I O-acre tracts $200.00, payable $20.00
down, and $10.00 per month.
Orchard net $1,000.00 per acre Yearly. Now is your
Opportunity to Invest.
Wc ha ve the richest lands, located in the best sheltercJ places in the Gold
i n Goose Lake al.ey, within 9 miles of Lakeview. Irrigation not necessary
hut 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.
WANTKD IKJAKI) rANI) HUi
for two or three mouths by a voting
married couple, preterablj with a
good farmer's fumily, close to Lake
view. Lunuire at F.xamiuer otllce.
THKIOLA ilOLUKHH OF OIUXiON
Valley Laud Cu. contracts are par-'
fectiug plans wbeieby euch contract
holder mav have his riisht I
after and protected, and oonimeuce
to get returns on uis investment at
onoe. Writ for our plans and send
ua the tiamuu of all con tract holders
you know. Do IT NOW. OKEUON 1
LAND CLLU, lola, Kansas.
FOK KALE: UK ACUrW LAND.
i agiloifcnal. timber and i.asture.
All fenced, contains springs and
stream. Well sheltered. ideal for
fruit. 17 miles north of Lukevtew,
cm county load. F.uuuire at Kxam-
i Iner Oltlot).
MU SA Lrl Wt-Mt ol Kw. 4. T.iwn
alnp;w, Uihijci? li KiiMt at ,H.r
nyn; 7 mllca from Lakeview, Orcnn
.7'.' or,,1VI'""' ;- KlKto, fire
".v Hull. hIcmi. On-uuu.
STOCK HOLDER'S MEETING
Office of the Fori lildwell Coos- 11
dated Mines Co.. Fort liiilmaii (uii
otnia, June 1. mffl.
lo the Htock holders of the Fort
bid well ConsolldaUd Mines Co. :
Fleese take notina Mutt ih.
annual ni.atlnir f MinrLhni..
lection for directors of tbe Fort Uid
dwell Consolidated Mines Co will be
iieiu in t tie omce or tbe company. In
the town of Fort Uidwell. County of
Modoc, Mtate of California, on Thurs
day, the fifteenth day of July. A. D
1 U0. at the hour of 2 o'clock F. m!
tor the burnoaa nf aUnt lnu I n .
of Mid corporation for the ensuing
year, aud lor the transaction of suob
other businesses may coma before tbe
UKO. K. ATKINS.
8-or.UrytFort BldweU ConsolldaUd
FUH KALE AT a iiiumiv
Any oue In market fur first ideas fur
u is bed rooming bouse In Lakeview
pall at Lxamluer ottloe for partiou
KIlFAItlNCl AND DIFFINU COR-rsl-Kept
by responsib-e cr. jio
rough work Unwed. Clmrgt tenuis
Ml July 15 Jot; AWBR08K
SHEA KINO COKKAL:-N0W IN
shape to onmnieure .ibearing si inj
time, tiood teed and good rug.
Also dinrjlnff al Krthlnn tar
shearing aud dipping in Brit eltw
shape. MHH. 1COHA WoDAMtLo.
HUM V EK KE8()KT:-II FEB DAf
aud uu. Uoitd tlsblnu sod booting.
Tbe most healthful place la Lsi
(tnuiitv. or Hoiitlmrn Oregon. 0t
Northern Call ornia. MRS. K08A
FOU BALE-ONE OKEUON VAL
tJrrf 2ontr"t Pre mi urn of
lib 4ttaku at once. Not delininent.
Aodasnsj Mrs. J. FotU, Main.
IWeUo. Idaho. fj '
H)R BALE-ONE OK 8UUFKI8E
V alley choloe atX) acre farms near
Ft. lildwell, Calif. Good houle . "d
barn, orchard and berries. 25 acres
a gra n ilalfalfa aud wild hay frown
Place. All farm tools, work
FURNISHED BOOMS TO LCT
Epqulre of Mrs. K. E. Woodooik.
MAW, HI 1.1,
NOTiCE1 will nave my ltJ
Creek saw mill la operation
lat, and will then b prepared to fur
otab all kinds of rough !',,.
A. M. OALLA0EB.
McllOM ABM !
HOST ft KINO HAVE THE
icrad- of Lliur and Ukbiii W w
found In Orvguu.
F!i.",'jT0rL'K01' v"""ir IJ Co-
U I). ItlCllAKDHON.
10W4 .,0a 41,1 8t- ho-
IUW MliioeapolUi. Minn.
Edward Everett Hale Dead
Unitarian minUUr. u.j ui .
of tbe Unlurf ImuC " u:''-."""""0
1U03, died the 10th lost, of old sg. . t
bis home In Hl..n. . - .l r .
: """""'i suuuro or
Uoston. Lie wrote the bank -v
Man Without a Country" wbloh la
considered on of tbe masterpiece. ,f
English literature. He lted . o,"
ful life, and bis work will 1W. to
bleee future geueratlons.
UlKheat market nrUj imlil ... i
.1 .h-.... ....i.J .'irr . . "na.
iTOK 8ALE-OREOOI VALLEY
t'OotraoU at par. I have just
oloesd a deal whereby I oao aell
twenty oontraoa at the price of the
money luvesUd, which Is X and the
party purchasing will have tbe bal-
2uTi0f,$1.f 10 W it ootna. due "n
UQ Installments each month. I a in
offering that at ooat and without
premium to oloee thsm oat quloklr.
2'6 Maaonlo Tempi, Kookford, III.
TIMBER CLAIM FOR BALE 100
ton yellow pine, ro ml lee from
Will out 8,000.000 fla
Oood gracing laud. Abnndoo of
Ur, taod. Frloa 115.00 per or
if aold Ufore too first of October.
oJeoT TU ",DlMr. Uk.TUw
J. U. CUTLER WHISKY AT THE
Hotel Lakeview bar. The ttBna
pureeit whlakjr made.
LOOK AT THE NOTICE FOB BE
ward laaued b.T the TatopWJ
Company for deetroylnK H
Blue Prints Made
I will make Blue Print
any towusblp of laud Id tne
Lakeview Land Dlatrlct, and
do abstract wui'k. UuU or
W. B. SNIDER
LakevUw . . 0r(0"