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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1910)
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.A KM COUNTY KXAMIM.K, LAKEMKW, OltlttlUN, TlllliSDA Y. IT.IUM'AKY 17. llMn
-. BEAUTIFUL CATLOW VALLEY . -
100,000 acres of choice sage brash land m one of the greatest, valleys in Eastern Oregon.
We st irt excursions to seitls bis rich valley on April 1 , 1910. We can settle500
families on c iaics rich land. It "ill aI be gone by Sept,. 1,1910. Will you join m?
Southern 'Oregoa Realty Co., La
COUNTY NEWS L.
PAISLEY AKD SUMMER USE
'I be stHlc tire a Hie sMIl put 1 ishhu
tbHt juke about the Z oijootiui: to
the I oitlao j Irrigation ci n.p-nv'e
Btotiuc the wattr ttiat noiv tlooi- t h
marsh. If the reservoir bad I ecu
to l It last l.Htl It would have savei tin'
ZX Utt en thou-and tons of lay ami
dried vMa-s in some parts of On-v.' u
is selling for f- pel tuu.
hvery now aud then we sec some
pipe dreaai in the Ortaon loess
about tir.ue deposits; of borax i i l.ase
couutr. tieri.ll A. Wanorf a itn
in bis winter sat ply r'T' -d-v- there
ia no borax in Lake ooui.1v, II is re
port was concurred J'i by Prof l.C .
Rusff II and ty s.-ieutlid that h;r-e vis
ited this part ot the state. It is t . se
reenless statements thtt cive ri.-e to
the sayiuc; you can't believe aiivtiiiuv,
you see in a newspaper, i
Neal Wood war 1. Doc Woo I -v ,i 1 as
tbe boys call f i n now. is taking a
course in ve'eriuary tcience. li" has
a set (.f saUkiieti lusrumehts tml ia ,
prepare 1 to make any old horse as
good as new. i
Tbe uext time your corrpsponrteiit i
goes to Sunday school at White Hill
he aut a cerMticae ot atteiKinuoe
from the t-urjeriutecdeut so th'it. the
admirers of Libert Hublard wheie
he boards will no leaner be iu doubt.
It Ted Wnodwaral bad taken this,
precauton bit; reputation for veracity
would not l ave sulfeied eueh a jolt.
A bunch of cattle stravint! ba k
from tbe desert tbe past week looked:
as if they nubt uiakevroud liat racks
Kiai friends brought woid to the '
writer that a man n it!) a roic wasj
lookiuu for tbe oats who caul the load ;
alouw; Dry creerf was not a paved !
bet 'It1 e lir 1 1 net
v r I I t 1 1 '1
1 la 1 11 y 1 rn 1 iairnn
IS t hoot, bi 1 lie nc
ai 11 to i: iln
boulevard. As ttie U'an witb the ropa
is t.it al'il k'ood natureii and a r-;iil-ir
Htteudant at th- White Hid Sim lay
S.'boid It is beii-ved the ilanuer as
K. A'oodivard is muvn ten feet
in his well by t!ie jumper trees on
Ins bo ntstead. Lat. r i! lie coui ludes
to bail 1 bis bour-e d.iwu br tlie ci t
ton woods at Dry creek be cjii move
Dick Staerl ck. Jr., came i:i the
past week from the CdeniaM billt
with a t);iud ot -h.ei t 1 titke 1 lit t!ie
weiK oues au i leave tbem iu Mot' T
maek'? pasture. He reports In n l
retis of dead cattle aluim t tie route
between Chrit.nas lik u id tSuiiiunT
lake. Theie as a about a foot of
Piiow on the tround a:ol tiie CMttle
caui''t in the stoiin the hist (f .lann
arr bad n o t h i 11 t! to tat Sto eo
browse 1 tbe Hack asije and ta'ed bit
StocUuien report ! t:it 1 l.is as 11
a line wii.ter to tee 1 Stock i.;.ve
wasted no h .y.
NV. A. Currier for a little while tie
past week woul i ha-e takMi titty cei ts
for one of his b?st bnriei. He aod
J.rn Vtln Lad con.e in 1 if the 'd!-ert
with a bunch ati i houth of Dry one i f
tbe animals toak the steeu tni ui.L-aii
and rolled to tbe bottom lhtu the
horse .'t up and trotted off Hi if it
were an every day occurrence.
William Dookius fays be has lived
iu this country thirty years and tLe
tbina for Paisley to do is to clean
out the channel of tbe rivei n it
would save itself from another ioe
No word has yet been leceived here
as to wtiat Hctlou the stHte boaid
took upon the (triplication of the 1'r.rt
I Here is S here You Get Your Money's Worth!
S V.'he.) .viol lv .Ki:tt.u S'ew at (! per 1.1.11:0!.
j Have you tried Our suircurtd Hams, Bacon?
J No U'tter tnuiie any u lific
1 Lard. !).;).' kittel relldi'r- 1. ;ii.-')'.'lto: y l.liro, -J )U. loiok'ts .-l.il',)
2 In do IU. -atis, lc Fi. s!i :ri)Zfa ( );.t"is, $1 i ji-r can. Kr.Mt 'c
O per -alliui.
Ail kinds of first class f rcsh Heat and Sausage
kept on hand.
We ui'l pay the mark'-t price fur iftio.! bo.f and p irk-lcis,
Caih 0.1 delivery.
Come and p-t acipoiintod ud'lnw.
w..rcCfu!.y. QOOSE LAKE V ALLEN' MEAT CO.
J. F, Maylicld, Geti. rr.
bin 1 11 i;il inn 1 .
mitte 1 to m'II tin 1
1 n a lt 1 1 r 1 k.' ' 1 1
tie I ireuoo la w
an v such K' an t it
pi lent 1011 w us but
And still the lioinejtea dors me
f!il'tinir their wav into the Chewniicau
liHsui. The ;Htet to tile on bind on
the rt.st side of Simiuier l.aKeale
Mr. l'arks. Mr. Hulllook an.) ir.
Hi ' ck 1st y.
W 11. Moore arrival l.i-l no k
from Cent fid City, Nehrn-k'i, to
taki' up his rei li-nce on his S.ni I
Hi llow hou'e.-twid. His hoi -i.-t'is
have leehie I to lenialn in li..sl.,i
tor a while y ft Mr l.hioio wi'l
arrive in A It urns about Die 11,10 lie 1 I
MmoIi with their i nr ot h n-cludd
Ihe Portland .lournn' of .lanu.ry
'Jl.-t an ive l in Paisley l'i I ruai v .'th.
nineteen days late. It w;is held up by
the lleds on tlie Shaniko I ration bat
where had it I eeu all that time.'
Paisley ha 1 n s.vell dance l ist l'i'
il'ir nic'd. dte rnii-ii- whs fi,r'ii-b d
I v - 1'oii-i.. Mr- thittiuin a. I .' i 1 .-
Lii..,uis! it mIht I.a' f.
We chu he,: Hi to have an ua.ier
"tandiiiv; f tli- hicti cost of living l,
ti e ay the 01 ice iu horses I.mk u ne
up iu the f.'tiewaucan iiisiu. i'un
years awo William Dohkius had a
hoie be o.'ler-i! lit IPt.v dollais,
lie is now telliiik.' i rn for fl'St. He
ni.c: a iiutse 11 e asr weeK, 10 1 1 roi-e
to o.'i'ttr, to Neal MiO'lward lor sixty
dollars Mr. Dolkios is 11 akiri: a
soecialtv ff baiidlinii tuulea. He paid
(ieorue Mintc.'i .rloo tor one rpau of
mules and W. K. McComark fl'Jn for
another f( an.
Kprinn has come iik'ain, L'ei.tle
Annie Tbe new urans aionud Sum
iner lake is two inches hiL'h in spot;.
The low temperatures at the Wood
ward Hot Splints for the week ended
Saturday muht were 17, Ui, 'Jt!, 'Jo,
.'io. hi. IJ. i'he liiaxiuiUin temoeta
tnres weie '51, 'X. '.'a',. I!.', H7, -i:, 57.
It issi.il there will "till be iee in
the Cheua.jcau river the lirtt ol i.ext
Iht-le will be a Paski t. Social at
the Ana liiver School llome. Sum
0 or l.KKe. 011 l-rnlay iiL'ht 1-eb. -J..
I'.'.n i,very body cordially invited.
"Vou can't relv fin (he people these
di.yw; 1 i's getting do that they votej
just as they dai'i please." Ho savs ;
the Kansas City Stai. It meaiia that. ,
the "leaders." th- piditicians can't:
rtly on the people "fellitiK iu line." ;
and "stan.Jinti sh"iilder to hhoul.l-r, " !
as they used to do. Tbe voters nod j
only of Oregon, but of other states j
are becoming wiser politically, anil
more ami more ot them "v i I vote ju.-t !
as they darn ilan ;. "- Portland j
The Home of Good Values
Prioo without Quality is liko Pulp without Juico.
Any huckster can shout "Bargain" but it takos a
clean, keen, wide-awako merchant to make low price
accompany high value. Its all in how and where you
buy. Thoro is as much difference in manufacturing
organizations as there are in mcn--somo worthy of
confidence and somo unreliable. PJcn too are liko
hosicry--some wear well and others don't. It de
pends on the "quality' of both. The best of both are
called "IDEAL. " Men aro so called becnuso they are
soid morally. Our line of hosiery bears that title be
cause they are solidly constructed. Titey have the
inter-woven too and heel and aro reinforced at all
points of heavy wear making them not only warm
but t!iorou(hly durable,
While it is true that ''the Best cf tVlen aro only Men
at the Best" it is equally true thai tio best of hosiery
the IDEAL LINE is a luxurv and joy for ever.
Ask to see them.
Bailey &. WlassingUl
Smiles and Squalls
I'.jr I Mi: t 1. 1 t t o . "
I'Votii Ne.v Vork comes a slory cf
saveral Knd :si)in-i) visiting the me
tropolis w h o 1 e n sent" I 11 i.nniOi r
of l'i it ins that, have s.i:'.,i o.i 1) f..r
investment in lie U. S. '1 i..--e men
claim that Social l-,n is 11-11 1 1, i a u sodi
pio,ortioiis that their countrymen
ma loo!;inj eh--.. 1 i e tor iuve-1 men!.
So they hiV" coiae to tie- 1. 01 I of
".I. Plerp" "dawn D" n d " vndy
C" and will lock for opi-uiu tor
capital if the afor-aid 11011I iwiiel
Ken I lo-neii have btt mivt-1 I rj tor- a
poor ftndk'iier to et hi- haa !s on.
The ninn who v.ets his feet into a
piir of Il iuaii S' o 's wall feel . I
enoilLdl to teli his fri-il is iilin t It,.
That's why they an: uriveival lai wr
ites. See them at II A M
1 1 Two U . Pi in y has been eiijiie I
as Piole-.,or id b'or-sliy at t-e 1 )r
lion Ai aciiltiird (hillene to Mil the
vacancv lelt t v the residual Ion of
Piolesor ! K I. nke.
.Mr I'eiivy n graduate of bolh
the Idte.arv I hpai t nent and Ihe lor
eslrv Scao d ol the t'niversi'y of
M cbiLcn. II- bin been in ih.. (i. v
riii'in nl Pore- t .Seiaicn several
e.irs .'.! ucli of t h i-i time In... bi en
senl ill the I 'hi 1 Mo ( 'i'ii-t still es. II..
re- i.o.ed the t.ositloii o ( hi d' of
Pbiufiuj in the stiit. 'S o 1 ',1 ! 1 ! ui 11 ia
ami N"vida tri a, c pi. t h.. pouli 01 at,
M. E. CHURCH SERVICES
PieacrdnK every Sun lay at, 11 a. 111
Sunday School at 10 a. mi.
Ppwoilh Peau'ue at i'.:lop. m.
Priijer ineetmv every Tliursady ev
Preaching at 7 :.'!0 P. m,
(i. J. WKNT.KIX. Podor.
'lh" (liiaan A 1 icult ar d t'idlekai
W I II II let .r 1 1 1. I! s .p; ,il 1 1 r ( ll t e II II III I
101 a Mule Had it ut inn at the clou, of
the pre - en t o a I live j ear u II li t he 111 .1
elal,oinle taarlii.ii ever held at I,..'
I net It o I P.m. II... 11...., I ai. 1. and . 1 1 e
t i 11..01 i-he, I s enhei'4 id ti.lnal e, v
cialent music. mil.tars drdls, nth
hdic i-1 . 1 1 -1 -( ia, I l r 1 111 ..I le i- 1 1 1 1 I -lions
will l. 1, inula.' th- feullir-rf.
All of Ihe 01 II 1:1. mid slu lent, orjaiil
iitlnns ... ill ;,,, I f i" 1 ; , ir in sin it
every elli.it v: 1 i I be male Id at tract
t he alllll.l. I id ! he ( i.liee,, ,t t his
I I me. Ihe 10 !,io l..i . not been
wolked out I id lie 1 11 1 hiislio.m of
both the student-, and Ihe f a oil 1 1 v.
in whose hands t!e nrraiivp-iuiiits
have been piieed. Is a :-alllcieiit
Kuaianlei. of 1 h,. -i.-id Miccei.s of the
lllldi'l t.lk lit!.
C A S T O R I A
: I i lie i ri" state imm Lompmy
REilQ VAL NO TIG
Opens the sde of orchard lend at Willow Rcmch,
The Lakeview Development Co., finding that their interests
are located in Modoc County, California, and from experience
gained by attempting to do business away from the county-seat
and where mails are delayed in transmission to and from
Alturas, have decided to locate their main offices in that town.
The business of the company will in no way bo changed or
affected, and the contracts made by the company with their
.patrons will be carried out to the letter. Contract holders in
their Lakeside orchard tract3 will please take notice of the
changet and here-after address their communications to
The last tract of desirable land in the Gold
Goose Laks Valley is now offered far the last time
at the original low price. After this limited amount
is sold, you will noL he able to purchase land suit
able for fruit farms at twice our present price and
oi terms that may possibly be beyond your reach.
Nov is your opportunity to secure a 10 acre
fruik farm, including a sulficient water righL for
irrigation, aL the low price of $500.00, and only
$50.00 down and the balance in monthly payments
of $15.00 each, or semi-annual payments of
$ 1 00.00 each until paid. No interest and no
taxes until deeded.
Write for full information and plats, but do not
answer unless you mean business. We mean what
wesay and expect the same form you.
No tracts will be reserved for any-one.
Tri-State Land Company,
BERNARD C SITZ,