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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1909)
.- ' . AKF. COl'NTY t'XAMINKU, LAKEV IKVV, OKIMION, TIH'ltsDA V. lM'.CKM HKIl it II H
Oregon Valley Laid Co. Contract Holders
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We have a complete list of all farms, owners and addresses in the Oregon Valley Land Co. opening and
re prepared to negotiate leases, sales and exchanges.
We are Lhc OWLY nrm m tne staic 01 viregon snowing 01115 uumpujiu uaiu, uuu uiu pn-puicu iu hiuku
PERSONAL examinations of EVERY tract and furnish reports to applicants for a small fee.
REMEMBER, our examiner is a L ICENSED surveyor who was County Surveyor of Lake County for 1 6
years and knows the old Road Grant better than any other living man.
REMEMBER, also, that everv report is SWOLN to before a notary public, heme is NO (HJESS WORK.
EM E B E R - a I s o , if our report turns out false, we ajrree to return to applicant TWICE the amount ho paid us for examination.
Look up our record and write us at once.
Southern Oregon Realty Co., Lakeview, Oregon
COUNTY NEWS 5aJfe32
PAISLEY AND SUMMER LAKE
The community as saddened last
Friday. December 3rd. by the news
of the death of T. J. Brattain. Mr.
Brattain bad been ill for some time.
bavin; a few weeks ago suffered a
ber for his house. This shos how
quickly that twelve thoushui arres
will he homeoteaiieil if the state land
board declares the company's con
tract forfeit"! on the loth.
The highest tempeaturo whh (55 ou J
the i!u.i Bin! the lowest 11 on the 1Mb (
It i thimuht Mnrtimer West, when,
he left reeeutly for California, went
to stay and had abandoned his home- ,
Mlctil under the run rocks on the
west side of Sumaier Lake, ilis cab
in is burned -lown and It is supposed
he set it afire.
Frederick Klippel drove a band
of bucks north to his brother's ranch
at the head of Summer Lake one
The Home of Good Values"
The recent school census nhowed
iKo luutrtu ----- . ... .,,. I.J Klin.
i. i i. i i,K hi vhif ii i i riiHTrirt. i nis is nren v i . iui r c-c . u..u...-
more than e gbiy yenrs he end was , Kood fur a new district tbat is ,,um- w .11 bore ur arte, w er a.
not unexpected. For more than ber 23 ! "'' 'lrl1 ' 1 '
thirty-" years Mr. Brattain ha j v .. . Lke uJ b c" th n"4Colu-
been a resident of the Chewaucun No"mbe,rh WR9, .T'vl "ti "' . "T""- . i i ... I
v.ii-, k..i. Li .4 iii h month for the weather at the Wood The Ouri iers have not yet decide.!
.. n?nnV chf i wrd station. The precioitat ion wa, rn tl.pfr hsuhI trip to Cahfornia for
ZTsl ftffr.1 who c L" n?Z:u .. , unusual wet mou.h It , , . Intel. Mr, Ada .NUrMer.. the
For nearly two score vears Mr. Brat- nuf ou fepsrate davs and (HlIJ,,ter. is no at their ilantord
tain had been one of Lake County's j tb ",0,',U bd sixteen c!eHr .lays, ,on P. she ha. t u.lt a h.m.e ,.n her
most highly respected citizens. . Stwelv. cloudy and to piirtly cloiidly. homestead under the rim and will
was the father ot L A. Hrutlain, be mean maximum tempera I nr rptllrn , tl), e, , t0 tltke ,, upr
i -- oim ujmu uiiiuiu u ..... resiiei ce.
Eldon Brattain and Paul J. Hrattain
The Brattain estate comprises some
thine like eicbt tbousaud acrs of
fine laud. The funeral occured Sat
urday and the retrains were inter"-1
in the Paisley cemetery.
J. A. Richards thinks Oregon I "
a preety good climate. He, his wife
and three children left mjc inches
of snow in Nebraska when they came
out here. Mr. Uicbar.'U is the ue
homesteader who has tHeu uu a
qnarter section west of the Portland
Irrigation Company's se relation
and north of the Hot Spriujs. The
psst week he has been lia-.ilpig luin
Come to the Bon
And Lrct vour Christmas Candies. We carry
line line of Candies, Nuts, and Fruit,
home made Candies.
THE BON TON, next door to Library.
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
Bailey (& Massingill
Irrigation and Bis Red ADDles
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Your last opportunity to secure a choice 1 0 acre fruit bract, with perpetual
water right and a town lot FREE with each ten acres, at $500.00. Terms,
$50.00 down and $ 15.00 per month until paid. No taxes until deeded. No interest
on deferred paymetns.
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Improved Lands at Lakeside.
We have over &m above, a limited amount of choice town lots at Lakeside,
I Ce'iif. The first to receive raiFroad facilities in the Golden Goose Lake Valley, Which
we win ji2 at the following prices, while they last;
RESIDENT LOTS 50x150 CORNER. $150.00 INSIDE $100.00
BUSINESS LOTS 2S:i 1 50 CORNER $ 1 50.oo INSIDE $100.00.
Write for Particulars and plat of Lakeside, Calif.
LAICEV1EW DEVELOPMENT CO., '