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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1909)
I.AKK roVNTY KXAMINKH. I.AKKV1KW, OKKON, Tllt'KKlU V, NOVHMHKK 11. lim
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Oregon Valley Land Contract Holders
We 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.
PAISLEY AND SUMMER LAKE
Joe Howard the cattle king of
Squaw cref k, who has the contract to
supply heef 'o the Oregon Trunk
contractu re is ftedinu three hundred
head cf rat tit- Ht Summer ' uke n'i
the Harvey, Withers and McCormack
The tiiu drain ditch put iu by
the ZX on the Chnvauean marsh was
completed last Saturday It h twen
ty feet lieweeu levees and runs trom
the Jo'ies place nine miles to the low
er end of the marsh
The settlors iu Christmas Lake val
ley have su hscri bed thirty seven hun
dred dollar?! to make a test for arti
eiau water The machinery was to
arrive 1 i-t S attirday from Shaniko
A well wili ne liored 2.LHK1 feet, or
until it strikes an arti-ian tlnw, near
the i'bt-lps place on the west si i cl ;-e
to the Hue between ranees 17 aud 1.
The petitions protesting anainst u
further e.vtenisou of time to the Port
land Irrigation company were Ipmu
circulated in I'aislty last Satur iy
ly A I Harrow. There are three copies,
one to le presented to the .-t.ite land
iK'Hrd. one to Congressman Hawley
and the otner to thp secretary of t tie
luteri r I'll" pet it ions w ere ev l ien t
Jy i repaint tj the attoniej s for t i.e
protests! t-. Conn and LieL.-fm, and
cover tn typewritten aj They
recite that the i'oui any ha-" not acttd
in wood faith but is hel linn 1'J.tXMi
acres for speculative pun uses, au 3
Mllekre ttmt the lauil will ero crops
without irrigation The penide in
I'aisley are practically unanimous iu
Bik'niutf the protect.
John llaunon and Miss I'eal Suit
were married Sun 1 y at the home of
the bride's parents at Summer
Twenty-three pounds of notatnes
were dim from one hill on I'r. With
ams ranch at White Hill. Can any
one beat it?
Stephen Iviukin has acoei ted a
po-ition in V : rii 1 1 Conn's store
With his wife and family he is occu
pying the lieueflel re-i lence Mr.
Waukiu came out trom Kansas leceiit
lv an i drew a hundred and sixty
acres of land on trie Malheur llarnev
line from the Orek'.m Valley Land
Mi-s Velum Conn has been elected
cnp'aiti of atletics by her cla-s at
College. She and her sister. Miss
Conn, aic attending the St. Marv's
nf the Woods at Terrahaute, Iii'liaia.
Mrs Virgil Conn the mother, is
spending the win er at her old home
iu Liuan-port. Indiana and is a fre-ipo-nt
visitor to see the lrls.
Ticreisa 1 i 'f eretice "t o; in ion over
at 'si. id Hollow that ttirca'ens to le
cei-imis. The women wish to call the
lie settlement Faririe-.v hut the men
s:ty tint the idd na re i- wood
rnoiiuh, The historic tiH'ne a Sand
Hollo is beet. Put In a case of this
kind the ladies generally- wlu out.
F.puineer llntler, who lias been
looking after the interests of the
Portland Irrigation company was
called homo by a telegram Isat week.
The ZX cattle ha'e heen foorinw
over the snowy rim from Sycun to the
w inter feediuu grounds nu the Che
Wayuuvi Withers, who returned
from his Seattle trip by way of Hail
ley canyon, reports about a foot of
snow the other able of the summit
il. A. ISrnttain, joint represent a
five, returned last week from a trip
to Portland and t lit Willamette val
ley. The coldest weather of the ytar thus
far was Friday, nlKht ."th, a hen the
themometer at the l' S. weather sta
tion at Woodwarl Hot spri-iK weni
to '" above The highest tempei at ure
f-ir the week euded the Till was !" on
the 'Jud T'e rain fill for the week
was 'Jd hundredths.
KiKhty-six head of cattle through a
inisun leistaudiui! were shut op tor
three weeks iu a Held over on Spi iitMie
river with very little to eat. 1'hey J
I'hIoiich 1 to Dr. With-tn: and Wayman
Withers. Fortunately they were ri'-i- j
cue I in time. j
Phillip Woodward the pt iveek !
has resumed merchau i IsiriK'. He is
helping out William Millei iu the,
Paisley Mercantile store till Mr.
Ainswoith wets back from Portlirnd. !
Ilobinson, lies Combes, Mo. re and !
ottiers are netting ready to bore the
wells 'u the new settlement. Neal !
Wno ilwal brought their l.oiiim out
tit dtiAu from Christmas Lake this :
4M and Rir Red
Now is the Buying Time
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:
10-Acre Fruit Farm for $500
$50 Down and $15 per month until full amount is paid.
ONE TOWN LOT, size 50 x 150 ft., FREE WITH EACH 10-ACRE FARM
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.
"The Home of Good Values"
We have Everything in our Store
that can be found in a General Mer
chandise establishment Groceries,
Hardware, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Doors & Windows - Salt & Grain
Baiiey eft Massingill
week. Kobinson Krv h lair Ka'den
dry fHrnmiK the ast summer. Mid
Nelson is seeding forty .eies this fall
Into winter wheat. The store nt
Valley 1'alU sends a nation up with
snppllea tnlt'i'ii month, and Sand
Hollow is expei-lliiM that after n
while it will have a place on the
in a o
Mrs. L. II. Woodward and Neal
Woodward were recent Tlsitors to
Sand 11 'llow.
It i- the lioBttt of the perple that
Fremont, oo'i iurf iln n l-'ostfr creek
in Pei'eniher. IM.'l, ind no miH'Hke
when he named It Summer Lake.
The month of 'letoher In the ("he
WHtiCHti l.asin tn heen Ideal went her.
The lowest temperature recorded at
t 'm l S went tier station at the
Woodward Mot Sprlous wus HI on
(li'fril.er .toth. duly on three other I
"ikfhts di 1 the t hemometer yet as low j
m U Not until the '.'llh as there a
k'llin frost that turnded the leaves
on the (lie apon tieex at fry creek.
The hi u.st tern inrature for the no'iith 1
a l on the 11th. The rainfall was
11 hu-dreths of an inch nd rain fell
0:1 eight e.perate davs. t' liennj on
tne 'Jn i There were "Jl .dear Ill's in '
Oetnlier. - partly cloudy and iditht
elotidv. I'our or live days there was
.1 little v. ind trom the southwest and
1 1 the others were Indian summer.
Oefoher is the month when people
Cther apples, 5 ears, reiichos and j
For Farm Lands
If you want to so, list your land with
C. O. MISENER,
Box 21G OfUco in Umbach Block
Lots for sale in Lakoview and Valloy Falls
Accurate and prompt roports made for hold
ers of O. V. L. Co. tracts.
Houston lent has purchased the
Messrs (ortis and l'reee have
rented the Mei-snnr hotel.
Mr. I'hill.rii'k, the miveyor. Ion
lifted up an oltlre in the M iss Imild
iiiK. Mr. Wall, from Surprise, came over
at week and puri hared two line hiiils
from Walter I lent.
Steve Yotini; Inn retorne I from Sac
ramcnto where he has tnkeu ti i s fain- 1
ily for the winter.
The town had n chance to see the
pioneer wav of teaming, liert l.ee
1 rniik'ht a load (if liimler from the
Metzker 111 ' 1 1 with an ox team. 'I'he
three yoke nf oxen attracted i:-ueh
Messrs I 'lily, Miller, Malloyand Me
Kendree were over from Lakeview ;
Frank Luna hus started the hirt ,
l.eef drive of the 7T much. j
Harry Anthony is clerkinu for thej
Mercuutile Co. j
Kodak Minis for sale ar photo Nai
lery, opposite O. V. L Co. otllcii. slltf
NOliTHKUH KTIKNKY 1
I Somet'iiiih; w as 1 1 anspi 1 in
I lilt; circles In liiiktiew hint wee .as
most ' f the principal slock hid lers in
thetn ldher (Windy Hollow mini's
wit) registered at the l.iiKevjcw Ho
Mr. L ('. He'knith. Arthur I'hil
1)1 ick, Fled Oliver and J. Leilley
all repf it Unit the i'ii 111 1 nf I ( 1 1 1 1 1 1
will k ep men workiiu,' on the
niioes Ihrouuh the winter, ami 111 the
tprli evpect lo In.-liill a mill with
w Inch I o e 1 1 act tie 1 1 ee In ! 1 1 iiik' toll
f I o lit the 1 IS.
Oil the J11111I0 Chief m tin 1 1 they
have 101 it 1 1 I'd a hul-t'lik! apiuuallls
and '.'.ill ploteed to hoist ore diiilnu'
the winter, then when the null Is
ready t hern will I.e sullicieul. ore to
Uei' it I 1111111111: .i'"l thev will he
k.' 1 1 1 1 i 1 r 1 -r out t!elr own yol I in
' 1 1 1 II 1 1 It es I Sll 1 1.
An isatern iiiiiii who lately iupei ted
t e Jiimho Chief, stated Hint H had
the hest showing of any mine he hud .
Hi-!, In the pant tew ears, ami lis
they sink on t hu rich find that was
made a month iik'o he helicves it. will
increase In value.
To have a liuoimutf ininiiiK camp a
few miles from Lakeview will iiieuu
much to the growth of the town for
this is trie natural supply center of
te (ioldhcl'U camp, aud lor this rea
son the citizens of this county should
help a inod thinu nlonu. Tor liy so
doniK they will heuellt themselve-i.
The owners of the mines have
I showed food faith ill nil they lune
jd niie, nil'! have call red It hevoiil
i t he experimental tiit,'e 11:1 I for thell
' ie sUtmit noil, they hale their JUsl
lewnnl. in the way the mines are
sliU.V illb Up.
I'lice a cultured, rellned and
trained teacher 111 eveiy school room,
iiiid In les-i than 0110 feiier 1 1 1 on . we
wo!. Id have loom to spin 1 1 inn
I 11- iiIiiih ln.ii-e ami 111 l " . 'j i "
coiiiiliy. (jhiaulltv teachinj nai In .11
welheii in the 1 1 11 it If I'M 11 ud found
wai t'lii.' "With mill ice towarl none,
mil t-tin 1 it v 1 1 w 1 1 1 1 1 all '' who can
and will trnlii licit li heart anil head.
, - J en 11 le I la vy .
Shiillt llarce. of Klaui'ith Coimt
coll.-cled Id I 1'Ji'i. I I fl the l'.'"H tax
MUST BE SPRAYED
To Lake Courtv Orcha rd Ists :
Notice is hereby kIviiii that fruit
urowers must make picparat lonn to
throuuhly spray their fruit tree
diiriiiu the year I'.Md.
A. M. SMITH, Inpsector
Dated, Nov. 4th, I'.KM lino.
For Whom Are You Sowing?
If You Pay House R.ent---FOR. THE LANDLORD
If You Are Paying For Your Home
FOR. YOURSELF AND FAMILY
We have helped many parties to solve their rent problem-"
WHY NOT LET US HELP YOU?
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 the loan with t (erost at
the rate of 5 per cent.
The privilege is given you to pay up at any time. Interest will
be charged only for the time loan is carried.
CAN YOU ASK ANYTHING FAIRER? For full particulars write
Lakeview Development Co. ECV, H