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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1909)
t.AKK COVNTY KXAMINKIt, I.AKKVIKW, OUKHON, TIU HSDA V, HVI OllKK ?S. IJMltf
The Home of Good Vatocs
J Oregon Valley Land Contract Holders
Ye have secured a complete report of all farms,
owners and addresses in the Oregon Valley Land
Co. opening and are prepared to negotiate leases,
purchases or exchanges. We are the ONLY firm in
the state of Oregon showing this complete data ;
hence are in a position to furnish names and address
of all farm owners.
SOUTHERN OREGON REALTY CO.
We have Everything in our Store
thai can be found in a General Mer
chandise establishment Groceries,
Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Doors & Windov.-3 - Salt & Grain
Bailey fl Massingill
WILL GROW FRUIT SHEEP MEN ARE BRILES TO EXHIBIT
ON OUR HILL LANDS TO HAVE MEETING APPLES ATSPOKANE
I .1 1". I,ungl"V u well known orchnr
these two attorneys will te press-it in ! . 1 1 rt is hem Iroin Southern California
Salem when hearing I s licit before 1 mi en cts l make a . rmaneiit
the state It ii il hoard D.oemter l.Mh. home, i.ihiu- taken m P n -re.
The principle ground of contest Is of ( invei n .cent laii I oi I In- West
that the land is net ail I tun is sns Si le II.- i,t .-n I setting . it t I he
t-l t it If of gro.iug crops w 1th ii.it t ire tr.i.-t to nppies, induiU i re
irrigation. ichickei.s mm side Inn-. He i u an
thoiiiv im trnit k'Mni'u' hi- 1 1 ! i -.
PAISLEY AND SUMMER LAKE
At t e mettiu : of the M.iss Tele
phone company stockholders bel I in
Paitley lust iek the following .ere
elected ii r-t 1 1 rs foi ft tol-owing
year: Pick Wilcox. Lakeview; S P.
Dicks , Crookf l Creek : S :'. ?!ss.
L. A. Mess, Or A. A. Wuhan . T.
W. Johnson, Paisley ; V. K . . ":-r-anjck,
Summer Lake. S. P Nines is
president, pr. Witham vice rresi
deut. Mr. Wilcox, treasurer, aii L.
A. Moss, secretary The line a as de
videJ up into three districts tor the
purpose of keeping it in repair. Mr.
Wilcox and Mr. Duks rm.-e charge of
the south fco.i, S. P. Moss an 1 Mi.
Johnson the middle section. aud
Dr. VVithaoi and Mr. McCormack the
north end. Mr. McCoraiack war an
pointed a committee of oue to ar
range to reconnect the line at White
il ill with the Summer Lake lire to
Representative Brattain is visit
ing at Sprioatield over io Lane coun
ty and will be home about the tirst of
Tbere is a report that the William
sons have taken an option oo the Co,
000 acres of ZX ranch and the Brat
tain and tbe George Jones holdings,
but it Das not been coo Armed. T. J. i
Erattain denies that be baa given i
ray option. Tbe report also states
that tbe Williamsons through tbe
Jones option have secured control of
the reservoir site of tbe Portland lr-
nagtion company The relief is
that thev w-,ll tuili reservoirs to re
churn t!: ZX marsh and in this way
suptrsede Portland Irrigation com
Luglueer Hotter, who Is still
're. tut -icing no work, ai;"irs to
le a- much 111 tee dark as to Mr
liall's dans as any oue else,
the it i hi t ti
Miss Mry W'Htets is sround ngnin
alter teiug thrown from tier horse.
Her ami was t roken in trie elbow
an i s!ie H fortuuute to have the use
cf it again.
Philip Woolwatd shot a wild cat
last Saturday that had come down
from the hills to the sprint; at bis
l.rother Llyod's house.
Or. Witham reports that a gentle
man rom Iowa visiting the Buchan
ans at the southend of Summer Lake
otferert him a hundred dollars an
ncre for tne j i:k of a hundred acres
out cf the White Hill ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. l ine returned Mom
California last week in t'tii tiev
auto. Tin., is the llr.-t loito hi the
vulley. .Next sii:::n er th'-rewill l e
one more an I prol al lv two r-ore
chiikt ai; ins tmim,l.t I y Warneri tes.
W. II. Shirk and wi!- were in town
!at Sn"irliv. He went out to the
lllue Joint to see Mr. Laird's mules
He was traveling In his auto.
Mr Kuleii, an ()lk.'.-n drummer, whs
soliciting trade here Monday.
Flush intends to learu the news
several blgued for the dallv "Leno
t i .
West Sole well :i lasted to n I"
.ing I ll i 1 I ll'i (T Hi the We'
e ai. k'lu 1 to l.ave it n an i ' sin l.
' r im !! t : em hii I I i-nd
ally uj I.'ouie to l,lin-l! and I ni l
I,. I i
! ro:u t ri nev i lie w here he I .
'"Il'f i: I he I . -t I Inn. If I sheet,
found. lie will raine as food
heie as call te toiind elsewhere.
Thiee dances last week show that
the i eojde i i not helleve ill all work
and no fun.
Mil' I'etre delivered
lumher bure Mou lay.
The t'Jth .A u i 1 1 it 1 Convent ion nf the
(lirrfon Wool tl'inviTH ssnriitl Ion
III he hel l at I 'en d let 'mi, Oregon,
N o eie I el ''t , Hl,d ot h : r
Hie ! I;. . .'v Co. Iiave grunted
on and mm third lure for lound
tr i 1V fti'e otin ivn and asU ini
giit .r rir. ii t. H is will entitle
von toon,, thirl fare returning fr.nn
( "on ven t ion .
I he l otritll is t he I f
iiis' rii.-t I ve yst arrn ke l .
ii"ii I an I e rert n . n . i '. i
Coll en I i i ii in ..il jt.'t.
Ml. I I III I o . r 1 1, fl t to t he hie.
l'eiilleton will t iriilsli royal en
lei titinuieiit with .eiitv lo eat mid
'Irink I here n ill not I n a dull
in mil ii t . ('on i an.'. hilng Voiir
I V Wel.'onie
rv I .. eel I ii II v.
I'N I'. SM HII .
and ui. Ht
o .. .t vital
1 1 lell.:
( in i
I i rl
A I ' I ' I grow tirn lire making grrkt
irntt to nrticl n'e In I.,.. Niiliniinl
Apple Show Hi ,S okime N.,v. I.i VTi.
.Stuim niiignlll.'jeiit di-.n u ,
sent troiii Kn'ii). Klvrr, lloud Liver,
l'm..ii and ,. ilhuneite nlleyv.
hi:. tries c..n .o. J.I liooi... I. nlte
Villle Is to i. reTe-lile. .y M ,(
I lav Ii on Mr. Juhn IIiiIm, orclntrd.
mi I we ho... 1 1 , ,,irv ..it frl
I'll-. Mr Hi il,-n in In in .ler.lnv
all I sii-i le will tend an exlnl i Hp
siivs liner a; l.s ven- m-v.-r grnAii
tha i Im . ii haid .ii" II... .-ar. He
re. t s to in II, ,. , 1 1 1 1 ,),,,..
I o I letl I , ,,,, t.itlj,. , ,
I'V Itsel! f,,i i,l I le i to lu. t I hi.
two loads of
P. Lane, Harry Kiggs have each two
, six horse teams hauling mercliandise
aud supplies from the railroad. It
seems to amaze the strangers to see
I BUCh loads of merchandise nnlnw.lo.l
Rov Woodward and Ted Woodward : bere.
nave completed extensive repairs on '
From tbe above it will le seen
that more thBU usual attention is he
ing given to Warner valley, for some
real developments, oue or two good ; . . , . . .
things are sure. 1 he stage lias tieeu heavily loaded
I with merchandise and liaggag for
W. Z. Moss. .Morris an i Fridm. F the l ast fortnight
I'ntiacking and marklug goods kep
the Mercantile company tiusy from
early nmrn til' the wee small hours nf
Neal W'oooward was a Silver Lake
visitor this week with a load of potatoes.
Wbite House resi-
Mrs. Cornwall has opened a hotel
in tbe Moss baildlcg.
Judse H. L. Denson. of Klamath I . V -r-.i-ane will start bis last beef
Falls and L. F. Conn, of Lakeview, , drlve aboDt . 1
bave been retained by the party of; Walter Dent's fine new bona is
twenty citizens contesting the claims nearly completed. This is the best
of Portland Irrigation Company and bouse in town. He bas just returned
and Big Red
Now is the Buying Time
Fat Murphy has lunti courtiug no
attending court tor a week.
Joe Fuller, one of the iodefatlg
aliles. passed here on bis way to Hock
Creek to try to buy some sheep.
Houston Dent baa sold nut bis
ranch aud is on bis way to the Wil
W. K. Barry has bought tbe Hums
ranch on tbe east side, and Mr. Hums
has gone to Web Foot.
There will he several trappers and
hunters pursue that vocation in this
valley tins wiuter.
j The much talked cf hi ttlemetit at
f Rabbit Creek has dwindled to on"
l lone M-ttler.
ting came through form Shainkn in
ten hours with a putty of liomeseek
rs. That II. I. Canaan, of I'ort
Rook, lias tfilrly a-res siwntofall
wheat and i-i preparing t" aces n ore
That W. K. Sieck. a new comer, is
building a largo residence on his
liomei.leii.1 That the diphtheria scare
at Lakeview is due tn bad sanitary
ooiiiiiiions of the town and lack nf it
sswer sylsein. itro. Holder is pr'
hahly right in toe latin contention
which is biniud to he reined led in the I
oear future. That R. H. Oatman
grew a 'ir poond turnip on his sage
brush non irrigated ranch at Warm
Springs. Tnat Congressman llnwley
is tbe right man In the right place.
THE CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE
The ChataiKiia Literary Circle met
t tbe home, of Miss Mabel Rice,
Monday evening. October ir, much
interest being manifested in the pro
gram. The ne.it meeting will be held
with Miss Horn, Mon. lav. Nov. I, aud
the following luogiiiui rendered:
"Won an in the Progress nf Civili
zation". Chapter 'J, Mis- Hazel Horn
" The Crock View of Llto4',ChHp. 'J
to p ig.o 77, Mrs. L. Heager. Homeric
Stories, Iliad Hooks, 10, II and Vi,
Miss Sarah Horn Honks Id. 11. 15,
Ii M. Slelu.le
W ill I . I, el
Al I . I. on.
I d I lam
'has 1 1 Pee In h i it
W. C. Stotreu
W illad 'egfite
( 'has I law son
M C. .lark-on
ienrge I ion Irldgn
I II Wright
IJgiu San pson
L. I-' .Piiuly
II A. Crawford
I ieorgit Craft
W.u 1 1 1 1 I iii an
' l: Mar-hall
.1.1, M l.nloril
t ' if I ill I I lecnslu
H I Ii. rhait
I. d Dibble
I'' . Mit el
. ienrge Derr
W H MoHee
W R. Crabb
TAKE NOTICE Land with good water rights is the
best and safest investment for anyone. We are
now offering the cream of the great Golden Goose
Lake Valley land, with a perpetual water right, on
the following terms and conditions:
The Silver Lake Leader states:
The postotlice of Silver Lake la be
ing fitted with new box service and
oiner iurniture lor ine convenience WrtODTT APfllMTTm
of its patrons. The dBVclopmcut of the vTCiUU I I AblUI I I tU
north enil of the country necessi- The entire time of Court this week
tatt-s the change That L. U. Moss i bas been tak oi up by the Westrott
IS driving his sheep to the w inter I embezzlement case The Jury was
rang.- near Lakeview. That Aleo. out all night last night and just be
Crceri killled n large brown bear with I fore noon today the Jury returned a
a 'J 2 caliber rifle. That Frank Hun- verdict of Not Cuilty.
Jack Lauuhton Mm Kill. ii. .(i. i
( I''tt Carl Cnenelltt
W. W. Iliirrus Ralnh Hrowa
Mrs Mary Stephens Will Stepeu
KPH MILLKR, l'OSTM ASTKH
J. ). Metker. the frnlgther, ar
rlvnd from Klamath lulls Mon.nT
night with the Christie saw mill out
Mt, wleghing dll.Uil pnund,,. 'm nut
lit was taken to Camas Prairie, l ues
day, wherii (he mill is located. It
comprises a comnlete oulllt fin both
a asw and planing mill. It will he a
valuable. addition to the. building
interest of Lakeview ami vicinity.
WEST SIDE CROPS GOOD
I). U. Conrad, of Paisley, who has
been engaged in threshing grain on
the West Hide, re'tirned home with
his threshing oulllt. l-'ridsv Wi. iu
there he threshc I 1 iMl I ruhnls.
About IKKKI or 70 n i bushels
were wheat, and the rest was i .-
a ii luiile.v. lie reports tlm
to be nl prime quality.
I0-Acre Fruit Farm for
$50 Down and $15 per month until full amount is paid.
ONE TOWN LOT, size 50 x 150 ft., FR.EE WITH EACH 10-ACRE FARM
For Whom Are You Sowing?
If You Pay House RentFOR. THE LANDLORD
If You Are Paying For Your Home
FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY
We have hopod many parties to solve their rent problem
WHY NOT LET US HELP YOU?
This is the greatest Fruit Land offering in the State.
Prices are sure to advance within thirty days' time. Act
quickly. Tnis offer will not wait. Don't Delay. See
our agent, or write for full information.
LAKEVIEW DEVELOPMENT CO.
LAKEVIEW, OREGON I
We are prepared to build homes for you or loan you money to
build, or purchase it yourself.
We will allow you to pay for them on small monthly payments,
at less than ordinary rental rates. '
You can have nine years to pay back tho loan with interest at
the rate of 5 per cent.
The privilege is given you to pay up at any time. Interest will
' bo charged only for tho time loan is carried.
CAN YOU ASK ANYTHING FAIRER? For full particulars write
Lakeview Development Co.