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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1911)
KLIPPEL STRIKES jCENSUS OF LAKE
BIG WATER FLOW COUNTY PRECINCTS
AT FIFTY CENTS
New Lightweights for Spring and Sum
They are, without exception, the very
best line oi Underwear produced at
Colors: biown, natural, pink and blue.
Oriy iifty cents each.
A chance for you to save.
At Depth of 260 Fet Finds
Plenty of Water to
Return For Fort Rock and
Lake Probably Includ
ed In Silver Lake
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. P. DUCKWORTH
Officr, V jiter St.
H. VERNON M. MURKER
Telephone No. 10
Lakcview tee, Transfer
and Storage Co
I. I lt KWOItTII, Moamk
Transfer ard Drayage Ice Delivered
iia;;a;k ami ikuskiioli coons stoi:i:i
R.ITI.1 t KSIIIEI UN IIIMAMI
'OUR Cl'STOMEKS AHE Oi l: AOVEltTISKKS"
Valley Falls Mercantile Company
Run an up to date iner:anti' store
and sell for Lakcvk w ;'-;
The Valley Falls House
Is now in operation and here to meet
competition. New, clean, iron beds
Good Meals 35 cents
Just half way from Lakeview to XL
ranch and half way from Lakeview
to Paisle'. Give us a trial
Good Barn, Hay and Water
The Proof of the Pudding
is In tho eating of it. Have you tried our make
of Sugar-Cured Hams and Bacon, also
our Home Made Mence Meat?
Orla C. Hale waa lat wk down
from Silver Lake ami gave the Exam
iner much information eonceminu the
arteaian flow of water that has been
sruck there. A week ajro la.it Sunday
L P. Klippel at depth of 2iM feet
i truck a flow that will funiih suffi
cient water for irrigating at leant 160 j
acres, and that from an 8-inch pipe, j
Realers of the Examiner will remem-1
bvr an account of Mr. Klippel having
truck a flow at a depth of 150 feet,
but that was not satisfactory, and he
decided to go deeper with the result as
Mr. Hale recently purchased the
well drilling outfit from his brother,
and he intends sinking a 14 inch well
in the near future. When he strikes a
flow he will reduce the size of the well,
thus getting the water from all the
flows through which his well may pas.
When the casing is continued the same
siie through a flow it naturally shuts
off the water where it passes through
it, but by reducing the size of the cas
ing it will permit the water to come
up around the smaller casing, and
hence if a second or third flow, as the
case may be, is not struck the flow
from the first will continue.'
of a well will average about
This last strike of Mr.
doubly assures a sufficient supply of
water for irrigating purposes for all
that section of Lake County, and
greatly enhances the land values there
' The cost
The population of Lake county, as
given out by the Census Department,
was 4, WW in 1910, 2.H47, in 1900 ar.d
2.604 in 1M90. I?y precincts the popula
tion in 1910 was as follows :
Couswell Creek '.VX
Crooked Creeek 1
lrewa Valley 02
Itooxe Luke 370
North Lakeview .'.7(1
Pm inter 440
Silver l.nke l6
South Lakeview tCrt
South Waroer 'Si"
Summer l.ake 137
No returns are given for Fort Rock
and Lake precincts, and presumably
they are included in Silver Lake
Neither are returns given for any town
in the county except Lakeview.
AT PLV AT THE CANAL
! LIVESTOCK QUARANTINE
! Contlnuol from tirt page
of such animals to other localities until
: atfer due inspection and permission
j granted as provided by law ; and
I Whereas. I have been advised by
the State Board of Health and the
State Veterinarian and through, them,
by the United States Bureau of Ani
mal Industry that a large number of
cattle in Lake and Klamath Courties
have become infected with a commun
icable skin disease known as scabies
or mange, -and that unless effective
quarantine regulations are promulgated
and enforced by the State authorities
it will Income incumbent upon the
Federal Government to take action in
Now, Therefore, I, Oswald West,
Governor of the State of Oregon, upon
such information and recommendations
do hereby order that no cattle now
within the boundaries of the counties
of Lake and Klamath, in the State of
Oregon, be removed from said counties
into other counties of this State until
the same shall have been duly inspect
ed, found free from disease and permit
for their removal granted as provided
by law, or until such time as this proc
lamation is annulled. And cattle shall
be moved from one locality to another
within the boundaries of said counties
only after permission granted by pro
per State or Federal au thority.
All persons and railroad companies
are hereby ordered and warned not to
handle or remove any cattle from the
above described territory unless ac
companied by a permit or certificate of
inspection issued by the proper Fed
eral or State authorities, or until such
time as this proclamation is annulled.
Exectued at Salem, Oregon, this 27th
day of April 1911.
OSWALD WEST, Governor.
By the Governor :
BEN W. OLCOTT, Secretary of
Mrs. Kittle L. Reeves
Surprise Valley Record : Mrs. Kittie
L. Reeves, for 29 years a resident, of
this valley, and the mother of Chas. II.
Lamb, of this place, died at Pacific
Grove, April 19, 1911. at the age of 73
years, one month and 19 days. Her
remains were, at her request, cremat
ed at the Cypress Lawn cemetery, in
San Francisco. Mrs. Reeves waa well
known and highly esteemed by a large
circle of friends here, who deeply
regret to learn of her death and extend
sincere sympathy ,to the bereaved
DOCKET FDR HAY COURT
Continued from llrst pngv
Florence L. Payne vs. Frank W.
Payne, divorce; L. F. Conn for plain
tiff. W. Lair Thompson vs. W. H. McCall,
to recover money.
The range troubles in the Deschutes
j forest and the northern part of the
j county, wherein the ZX Company is
the principal factor, are apparently
auite generally misunderstood. As is
usunl in such controversies there are
two sides tQ the question, and the com
pany claims that the rattle were driv
en off the public range and forced on
to the Forest by interested parties.
All early range was egarly sought this
spring by the stockmen generally, and
the place to which the ZX people took
their cattle is considered one of the
best early ranges in the county. Should
the case come up for heaing in the
United States Courts or'elsewhere some
interesting developments may be ex- j
The following applications for lands
in Lake County were filed at the Lake
view land office for the week ending
April 27th :
David Dotson, Sec. 13, 27-15.
Emma F. Thomas, Sec. 25. 20-14.
Carrie P. Bass, Sec. 21. 29-17.
Victor C. Baney, Sec. 24, 29-17.
The Chautauqua Circle will meet
with Mrs. B. F. Cloud, Monday even
ing, May 8.
Roll Call, Current Events.
"Imagination, the Enlightener"
Oppenhiem, Miss Sara Horn.
"The Emotions and their Educa
tion" Oppenheim, Mrs. G. W.
MILLINERY! MILLINERY! MILLINERY!
Prove to yoursrlf that wt place better nillinery value
with you than any other house. In our Hats are style,
quiet elegante. Individuality and simplicity. The work
manshlp Is the best. Compare the quality of our Mat
with other.. We have a large line now ready for your In
spection, (lood. practical Mais that will merit your atten
tion. Our business Is our pleasure so keep us busy.
MRSc A. M. sMEILOlM
LOWEST VALLEY IN LAKE COUNTY
jtnt week w Intrrvated and located a limn who tin
made truck garden In it a apvcialty In the American Fnll,
Malm, provrn dUtrict. Ilrt going to California, hut
could not a u, lie tutta be will ntnke III and Inn
family' rUht here.
Iovelij(nt tills Valley; it mnr pay. See Jennings
Meyer Keitlly Co. They locate FKKK.
Jennings-Meyer Realty Company
It don't matter
what kind of a
face you have, you
can get your head
CGvered all sum
mer at the Econo
my Store for from
10cts to 50cts. :
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
R. Af, COREY, Cmnmrol Manatfr
LAKEVIEW . OREGON
Oparataa Stagaa, carrying United Stale. Malls, Eapra and Paaaangar. an Itaa
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LALEV1EW
AUT0H0UILE5 OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 5TAUE5
FARES: On Way Round trip
Klamath Falls Route - $10.00 $18.00
Alturas Route 5.00 9.00
Pluah Route 4.00 7.00
Lakavlaw . staf, Ottlca
Pluah .... Stilllvaa Holal
Ktaaa.ih Fall . A Mr lean Haul
Alt-uaa ... Hotal Royal
The Famous "Waterloo Chief" Gas
Engine, Guaranteed One Year,
at These Low Prices:
J J-2 Horse-Power
2 1-2 Horse-Power
Winona. Mandt and Peter Schuttler
Wagons, Hacks and Road Carts
The Best Vehicles Made
"Good Timber and Bone-Dry"
Moline Farm Implements
McCormick Mowers and Rakes
THEY WILL STAND THE TEST
OUR MOTTO: "LIVE AND LET LIVE" GIVE US A CALL
Goose Lake Valley Meat Co.