Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1909)
LAKh COFNTY KXaMiNF.R. LAKKV1KW , OHLUON, THURSDAY. OCl'OUKIt Si. I WW
o THC BIRHT fl flTHFS
1IIL IUUII1 ULU11ILU
FOR THE RIGHT MAN
Can be found here. o
HART-SHAFFER & MARX CLOTHES:
Wo have a very large variety from
which you can make your selection.
Different men have different tastes
and we have a different nobby suit for
everybody. When you buy a suit you
want STYLE, SERVICE and VALUE.
Our suits are models, combination
of qualities, hard to beat. This cele
brated make is the finest ready-for-service
clothing made. Priced reason
ably. Come in, look the garments over
and convince yourself.
! the prospects now for railroad Is
'quite certain, the Oregon Trunk hav
' Inn announced It decision of bulld-
lug through t.akevlew.
The I.akevWw Development Co.
closed t deal Friday fur the J. C.
Freeman place of M'Cl acre at the
mouth of LtMiiu Creek, which will
b Immediately platted Mail added to
their Lakeside orchard tract.
M. F. Cloud I another booster for
Lake county. He says that the man
who neglects to boy land here now
will miss It. an prices will go sky-
Onaril, ami one who nsa the country
I now will not know it at Him exiiim-
a greed that a "miner' Inch"
should he equivalent ot How of l.f
cu. ft. of water per minute. They
advised the aliamtouinent of the term
land that the spnoltlo flow In water
, Per minute, or per encomia in uuhlo
feet or gallon he uied.
i It look aa though (leo, Ayrea la
; ahout to make a succeaa of hi Irri
gation enterprise Tho llltwvll Niitf
getsays; 0. II. Fenner, Managing
engineer of the. Hurprlae Valley Tow
er and I rr I lit Ion Company arrived
from (ioldfleld Hatnrdy last, lie and
Mr. Ayes are engaged In surveying
tunnel lines, hike contour i'to.
Tin rvcent division Ihnt no loriign
eraciin rniiRe their ato-k on the
government land is ciuiMng a 1"!
of t li' in to take out their naturllH
tiou piiptTH at t Iiim term ol court. ,
tion of four or tire Tears. That la
The C dHrville Lecord says: We
1 received a tu x of peaches from Chart.
! Strieif last week that were certninlr
the finest grown anywhare. They i ("ity Mars'hall Tonnlngsen la build-'
I wre of the early Crawford variety , iM house on the Drenkel Addltlou. !
each a I in est a large as a tea cup and I
I of tine flavor. We have never seen! J. II. Owens, a atnckmiui from Illy,
larger oi liner peBehes grown any-! w,m i n town TucmiIii.v. lie rep-irls j
i where, aud they were grown on bin i matter jjnml out that way reed,
ranch uear Lake City. ! U good aim! Ntoek brings n good
l 1 price which itiakca the NtiH'ktueti all'
1 lie saw mill meu are busy getting f..l ,hiuiv
' uui a oik supply ui luuioer, ami wej
I will Deed it hetween now and the
If you Iihto never worn or wen any of my
LADIES' SUITS OR COATS
l rcp-cl fully cull your nltentlon to m.uiic f ; Itl'.ASONH WIIV
It will he to your advantage to plan- your order with me.
Int. A wninuii k mm m IichI vt hut your u nnln are nhe Know h the
Mlyli'H lieHt suited to your llgtlie,
L'nd - The women w ho me erlt IchI In t he inni ter of t heir wearing
np.nl and ALWAYS WANT SOM I; I'll I Xt 1 A 111' I'LL ULTTFIt
than they umiiiiII.v II ml. Im iu la My IiihI .IIS I' N 1 1 ' I II L WAX I' IX
ill'd - Von lire 1 1 1 1 - iiHHiired lli.it the Kltli'D shown lire nlixo
lutcly 'rill". LATKST and me (in in I Int-vi-ry detail.
Ith-M.v innteri.klH me strictly llltill til! IF.
up the mills next
iLlOl liLJlCSLEIB IOCZJ J
time for atartiug
The Portland Lalmr Frees asys: In
Lakeview the (egon Valley LhihI
Company has recetitly auctioued off
over .kXi.OOO acres of farming lauds.
Any purchaser tludlng his land uu
tillable or uot capable of irrigation
can exchange with the company
Fair dealiug with actual settler- will
attract labor and capital to this sec
tion, while auy gouging wilt injure
J The term "oiiner' inch" repre
sents a varying quantity in ditTereut
MORE RAILROAD TALK.
CITY AND COUNTY BRIEFS
The Institute of Min
Metallurgy has recently
The apple crop in these parts is im
mense aud uo market! Much of tba
red and yellow fruit will rot on the
.ground or become food for the pie
tiiaa porker. It is too bad, and a dis
couraging thing for our farmers, but
is a condition that will be remedied
upon the coxing of the railroad.
The Modoc County papers Lave all
taken a stand not to admit "butine
readers' among their local oews
items. The editor was never in a
community before where it was the
customs or permitted and after this
date all such items will be placed in
a column by themselves in the Exam
iner. CedarviLle Record. 13: Win. Rhine
oart, foreman of w. T. Cres&ler's
Guano ranch, came in Munday atfer
supplies. He brought in, a sample as
to what could be grown out there a
huge turnip and some potatoes, that
would compare well with those raised
The Burns News asys a number of
children in the city are sick with
bat is known as "Duke's disease, " a '
1 sort of cross between the mtasles and 1
j scarlet fever. It is paUiful but not ;
i very dangerous. j
The ladies of the Rebecca lodge will !
entertain their members with a Hal- I
lowe en party rriday night, Oct. ,
Farmers need Lake County Laud, j
The Ontario Optimist la right in'
saying: Affairs in Lakeview are
looking up, with emphasis on the up.
The recent land opening has'
brought In hundreds of settlers, and
Moline walking aud riding gang or
Chilled plows, disk harrows, uteel
plows and harrows.
Peter Sehuttler WagoBs.
Ruberoid rooting guaranteed,
Remember we carry the Toledo Steel
range which is fully guaranteed for
Barb wire aud nails, in fact our line
is complete in hardware.
We guarantee to save you money.
Give us a call tnd exaimne our
goods, quality and prices.
Vouta for business.
The Altuian Plalu dealer of the Kith
lust has this interesting railroad
I news: A -gentleman paid through
, Alturas last week who had travo'ed
from lliiiitiegtuii, by way of Vale
and Hums, atated that there were 7iK)
j meu at work ou the extenlson of the
road trout Vale towards Harney val
ley. If that is true, and we have no
reaHon to duobt It, the Southern
Pacific ia going to push the road
jthr-uigh from Huntington by way of
: Lakeview and Alturas to a eiiuueo
' tion at Vioa as soon as possible. In
j fact, man predict that work will be
pushed from both ends before the
year I out.
New Bakery opebnusf,nbss
Will have Fresh Broad, Cakos and Pies ovory
day. Lunch Counter in Connection.
OPEN ALL NIGHT 0. M. SHAFFER, MANAGER LAKEVIEW
Charles A. or "Bill" Walker,
Is Sought by His Brother
DISTRICT COURT DOINGS
The district court now In session
haa uot accomplished much up to the
hour of going to press. The grand
jury returned a verdict against Si
mon Jon . to for threatening F. O.
Hunting with a gun, aud he was
lined it' and costs by the eourt.
The m i' in equity, to determine wat
er rights, of Thomas et al vi Thruston
'h tiiking consideriible time in this
i-iiiirf unit t i 1 1 rMiinirrt Mnrnn Hhvii i . . . ' .
yei oerore reacuing seiiiemeai.
Our rainy spell h-is tieeu suceeded
by some more fine weather.
HAY TOO HIGH
The farmers at, Merrill Mini Hotish
are milling their Hlfalfa at trmn f7
to ?7.f) per to'i. Tho cuttle men con
sider this exi'fSMive. and will ilrive
their ftoek elsewhere for feed. The
result will be that the furmers will
have their hay on hand. The far
mers HM-ert however that the stuck
l men must buy, aud pay the price a
! the high price for beef and mu'ti.n
I waTeuts such raise.
Stockton Caf., Hept '.TUn VM,
Lake County Examiner,
About Ji years ago my brother,
Charles A. Walker, In company with
a young boy by the uame of Harry
Taylor, disappeared frmu his home,
near Highland Surinirs. Lake Co.
Calif, aud has never beenlheard from i
From Information I have received j
lately, from a former resident of:
lakeview, 1 am led to believe that !
good many Tears in !
ith vicinity of Lakeviaw, with a fami- '
.lyofa Mr., "Hill'1 Kerry, and was'
commonly known himself by the I
naiile of "Hiir'Walker. !
Mv informant SHnineil me, how- I
I ver, he did not beilteve this to be
j his name, tint ouly a nickname af
ter the friued with whom he was
living. From his ileacripi Ion I U
llleve him to lie my long lost brother.
whom 1 have searched for tho past
yaera. I wrote to a party
view soma time slnive aud
that be had not seen him
Would you kindly publish this let
ter lu hopes that it might be the
menu of locating him, wr his resent
Auy Information as to the persent
addrees will be thankfully received.
WILL A. WALKER
Hex H7, K. F. D. No I, Stockton.
0V. Contract Holders:
What did you get?
Are you satisfied?
Do you want to Buy, Sell or Exchange?
LAST TO BE DRIVEN
The "last spike" ou the Wentern
Pacific is expected to bedrireu on
the Spauish Creek liridge, in Plumas
county, on the 'Joth iust of this
month and then the road will im con
nected through from Oakland to Salt
Lake. Work has been delayed owing
to inability to procure material to
complete the roar.
In order to do so, you must have
A REPORT ON YOUR TRACT
We are prepared to do this for you.
The County Court had an adjourn
ed Hen ion Tuesday. Lids for the
I court house were audited A special
! committee of G. M, Ward well. Silver
Lake: V. L. Suellliug, ef Lakeview
j aud II. M. Fleming of New Pine
j Creek, were appointed to go over all
; the Hcciiiiuta, and make a special
'. report thereon.
i HILL IS AFTER WESTNRN PACIFIC
Wall Street reportrt indi. -ate that tho
Hill iuteietn are try I iilt to neeure
control of Wf-ti-rn Pacific and it in
believed will lie siiecenMful in the
THRESHING MACHINE BURNED
The threshing machine belonging
to Thurston and .Snyder, was burued
near Davla Creek last Weduesday.
The day work had just been com
pleted and the machine left for the
night. Soon after the flames were
discovered where it had beeii left in
the midet of house, barn aud stacks.
The engineer ran to pull the outfit
away as t-team whi still up, when
he fell aud broke his shoulder. The
fireman finally got the mac-blue out
Into the field where It burned, but
aaved the engine, and building and
grain. It ia not known how the tire
started. We bare on abatement of
loss, or insurance
We will put a corp of competent
We will furnish you with
engineers in the field immediately.
ARCADIA THEATRE CHANGE.
T' e Aictdiii Theatre can now I.e.
attended at Ihe Snider Opera ilotinn.
The eon-iolnlal i)ru in a good think!
as l.akexinw ii hardly large enough
for two moving picture hhnwri.
Bjy Lots In Watson' Addition
lieforo you tni) lots any where iu
this vicinity sen Ioohh in Watsonn'
addition. Clone to busiueas center.
; of Lakeview. 'Si tf.
! Kodak lluishing at photo gallery,
j opposite (J. V. L. Co. ofiie.e. siitf.
i NORl'HUP & BTIKNKY.
We have offers on file
from local parties.
a sworn report
in our office for 30 tracts of this land
best write today for
examination of your
an application blank, thereby securing early
tract. See or write us for prices and terms.
j let the pluco to my your VftfetnlileH.
He Iijih the lareHt UHHorluient that
j Iihh ever been curried by any firm In
t hi count rv.
SAWMILL WANTED IN
GIVE US YOUR PRINTING
This oil ce has put in .(.I0 worth
of the latest type ami machinery
and carries l,0u) worth of printrs
u...,l. ... !... l i. - .
in it n, on wmi mere is no need or a
dollar's with of rioting being sent
for to outside points. We can do any
work mm good as can be gotten any
where. Me. patriolio and keep jour
motiev a', hi me Don't hend away fi r
anythi -g y tin can get here. Tlmt in
the way to l oild up a town.
nann y News, 0: A lady ami her
on endued to.wi the other day, com
ing from California in their covered
v.agon. I'odoiilitedly I hey are desir
ing to locale on government land iu
this suction. I'.ven women venture
to enter homet-tead and iu spite of its
great dintanco from a railroad.
Police Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore exiting b
twueu J. T. ilocraftnnd C L. Mo
craft under firm name of James T.
Mecraft A. sou, of VlatilliH, Oregon,
was dissolved Sept. irith l'.MO, ly
mutual coossnt. C. L. Mecraft will
collect all bills due abovo firm, and
pay all indebitueRs.
JAM EH T. MKCKA FT
C. L. UKCKAFT
Dated Sept. 2Tih, '.M.
Tola community was startle I last
Friday, the If.th Inst, by Ihe report
of the su lilnu tHth of Mrs. Arthur
on the West Hide. She ha I been ail
ing for some Mine but was nut con
sidered In it serious condition.
The funeral services were hid I by
Lev. Mr. Smith, of Lakeview, at the
home of tho deceased on SumUr
mom lug under the aucplcei of the
Women of Woodcraft, of which order
she waa a revered .member. The fun
etal was attended by all the neigh
bors ou the West Hide, aud manv
from Lakeriow, to pay theli last rea
pecU to their sister and frieud.
Toe lady was highly esteemed and
her friends were numbered by herao
iiualutauoes. Her maiden uame was Flora Hello
Niokle. 8he was born Oct. 3rd 1HJM,
at Paris, Douglas county. Illinois.
She came to (.loose Lake Valley ia
1H7. waa married to liilbert Arthur,
.Nov. 3, IBS'J and has resided on thw
West Hide ever aluoe. They had just
completed the Uueit bouae there, mad
were about to reap reward for tbeir
' pioneer life, when aha waa nailed to
! the Ureat llsyond.
I Hhe leave a husband, CiilbertAr
! thur, and four chldren, Koy, Jesse,
iesler. and Opal, to uiouro her toss
and care. Mesides those she also
leaves her mother, Mrs. K.J .Nick In,
of Lakeview aud one ulster, Mrs L'va
McCrary, of tho West Side.
NoriCK F(i: Pt'MLM'ATION.
Department of The Interior. I!. S.
I. an I Ulllce at Lakeview,
Oct. I'.ith. UHi'.l.
Nil Ice hereby given that (iiiMfaVe
Darrow, of Lakeview, ( (regno, who
"" "''t. Kill, Unfit. ,de llomehtead
Application. i-ciial, No. o.lii.ll, U
N i; ipini t..r, Section II, Township
KS., Kii'u'i. li'd'l , Uillamellii Meri
idall. has lile l nut ice ot Intention
to make Final ( 'ommulal ion I'mot,
to eotablinh claim to the land above
ilHcribiid. Iiefore LeigtHer and JCecei
ver, V. S. Land Dlllce. at Lakeview,
Oregon, on the 'M h day of Novum
Claimant names as witnensen'
Paul Stimit, of Miy, Oregon
J.W. Newell, of Lakeview "
P .M; Cory, of "
J. il. Llpke, of illy, "
AICTIIUK W. OKTON, ICegister.
We are still locating
and Desert Claims in
nr. ir. ii
arner vauey. uon I rail to call on or write
Over l.akcvipw lli;inti'ici
T .I laJ
'ihe undermined owns .'1'iU aoicH of
pine timber lands, goo i lumber tim
ber, on wdhI bide of this valley. 7
or H miles southeuHt of 1'aihley Lake
view stage road, about l'v miles from
waid road and connected there by an
eaty grade aud new road not yet
completed. Surface free from rocks,
Htoep nor difficult logging, with near
ly or quite all down grade haul.
Plenty of water for uluam power at
several places on the Ian I. No mill
now from tioobe Lake Valley to
Thompson Valley, Jo or ih miles be
youJ Silver Lake, ( more than JXI
miles). To right paity hem is a good
busiueH, opening as lavorahle terms
for convenient timber, upd 'jthtir
neceuHury rights, can be secure I l,y
interviewing er add l,
T. J. UKATTAIN, Paisley, ,
VEGETABLE MAN COMING
(JOOD MOKNINfj NKICIIMOKI 1
hope you have prospered tills Hum
mer. I have had the experience of
2Z years raising vegetables and fruit
Our onions are" from the seed and
they are keepers, sweet ami huge;
also potatoes early ami late, which
are well ripened mid mealy, linn
grained, i-ucli as you would wish
when you i-il them on the table, and
the lloet.t pop corn 'I ehei has nev
ei heeu a urowl. So plem-e five us
an order and oblige.
A. StepheiiHon, Ccdarvillo.
Tho vegetables will I. e ready by the
1st of November, ral.-ed on the W. II.
NOTJCK FOIJ PUIILICATION.
Department of Tho Interior, U. H.
Land (Jtflce at Lakeview, Oreiron
Oct., 19th. i:w!. " '
Notice ia hereby iivm that Paul
Stindt, of Mly, Oregon ,who, ou Oct.
H.th, l!K.l!), made Homestead Applica
tion, Serial No. OHiiXl. fr K hulf MW
quarUir. SK quarter NW quarter, NW
quarter, HW quarter. .Section 11
lownship .'IK S.. Kange 10 F., Wil
lamette Meridian, has tiled notice
of intention to make Final commuta
tion Proof, to establihh claim to the
laud ab-ie described. I etoie Kegis
'; 'vei. U. S. Ld Olflce
ai. i.aKev lew, I liet'on,
day. of November. I:mi!i
Claiuiant names as iluenheh :
II. iNMWidl. of Lakl
i: y Corv. ot
iiiii.eit. Lapham, of 'iMtiliH 'f
Llpke. f Mlv il.,......
ALTIICi: W. OKTON, Legist er
on t he '(,( 1 1
KVERYTIIING IN THE DRUG LINE
School Books, Tablets, Pencils
Pens, Inks, Etc., at
A. L. IHORNTON'f