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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View This Issue
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5 BEST BUY IN LAKE
J COUNTY TO DAY
J $100 Reward Will Be Paid for Any .Statement in the Following Advertisement That Is Not a Concrete Fad
We arc on the main Xorth ixtui South located
and approved Harriman System survey.
This survey is the final location, all easements,
curvatures, etc., being actually located, estimates be
ing made down practically to a spike, maps are
fiied in the U. S. Land ()flice and approved.
this is the roLT selected by tiii:
ABOVE RAILROAD FOR Till- TOWX TO ACCOM
MODA TE THE CHEWAUCAX AXD COXXECTIXG
VALLEYS, COMPRISLW ABOUT ToOOO ACRES.
Follow ing note the exact wording w hich ap
pears on the above railroad's final profile at this
point: "THIS IS THE EASTERX EDGE OF CIIE
WAl'CAX VALLEY, COXTA1XIXG ABOUT T.IOOO
ACRES OF GOOD AGRICULTURAL LAXD. A
GOOD SIZED TOWX AS TRADIXG AXD MARKET
IXG CEXTER OF THIS VALLEY WILL DE
The survey passes through only about three
miles of the vallev. We have the center mile and the
OXL YLE 'EL GRA DE.
GRADES OX EACH SIDE, ALL THROUGH
THE VALLEY, ARE PRACTICALLY MAXIMUM
GRADES, PITCHIXG ABOUT THIRTY-SEVEX
FEET IX A MILE, WHICH MEAXS A SEVEX
TEXTHS GRADE, THE HEAVIEST GRADE OX
THE LIXE IS EIGIIT-TEXTIIS.
Of the lots sold to date, S have been sold to that
many men connected, w ith the engineering dept. of
above System. Some of which hold high positions.
We have the purest and coldest of water at
This is the LOWEST VALLEY in Lake County,
and therefore we believe the best.
The townsitc was laid out by experienced en
gineers in this, line of work, and can hardly be im
proved upon. '
This sale will continue but a very short time and
may be withdrawn at any time.
50 per cent of all the proceeds of this sale will
be put in substantial imrovemcnts for the town
site, such as trees, pumping plant and grading.
$50 BUYS a LKxL'IO business lot, RIGHT
DOWX IX CLOSE WHERE THE TWO MAIX 100.
FOOT STREETS CROSS. $r each month, no inter
est. XOWISTHE TIME TO SECURE CHOICE
Good townsite investments are about the best,
investments on earth. Be sure though that you in
vest in a legitimate proposition; one that has not
only a good reason and evidence for its existance,
but one that is an assured live one with a railroad.
If you believe as we do that the railroad is a
very short way ahead figure what a lot will be
worth on its advent.
Farm property sometimes doiddes ami trebles.
Good town lots often increase ten fold or more.
Beware of fake townsitcs. From now on thev
will spring up like mushrooms. Deselect and tea.
sonable. Invest where the reason justify s.
Handsome pndits are going to be realized in
this country w hen the railroad arrives. Why not
be one? After it starts it will be too late,
$5 PGR MONTH, NO INTEREST, CHOICI;
SliLl-CTIONS, 55 DOI-S IT.
T'wenty-five miles from Lakcvicw, twenty-five
miles from Paisley, twenty-five miles from 1'lush,
fifty-three miles from the East ami West survey, n
probable division point, ?,JH)(t acres of tine valley
land, fine climate, fine w ater, large bodies of fine
timber close bv, vast winter range adjoining on the
Xorth, unsurpassed sccnerv, fishing, hunting and
trapping. M;AT OUR COUNTRY IP YOU CAN.
WE ARE LESS THAN TWO YEARS OLD;
HAVE MAIN STAGE THROUGH HERE; fl.O.
POST OPPICE; WEATHER STATION; PIVE
PAYING BUSINESS LINES-TWO MORE TO
HE ERECTED TMIS SUMMER AND AR
RANGEHENTS TO DRILL POR ARTESIAN
WATER IS COMPLETED WITH GEO. EDES,
THE DRILLER TO SINK A WELL.
This valley surjasses in fruit, wheat, oats,
barley, rye, hay, alfalfa, and root cros.
POR A SMALL INVESTMENT WHERE IS
Remember this sale is limited and this add w ill
tun but a short time Send for photographic plat.
j JENNINGS-MEYER REALTY CO., VHey Falls, Oregon
Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
Hit"iiar standins; adj. J1.00 an inch. slnsMe
Byti'ium snacp, pT month. All etaDJlng a t.
changed ire tiee a month. Cost of contposi
tl n chr-.l forail extra changes. All nciai
ptMltlous extra. All short term a.li. extra
Reader, local columns. 10c. pt-r line each In
sertion. W ant ad. Sc. a lint- each insertion
Card of thanks H.OU. Resolutions of condo- (
lence, :.S0 and upwards. ,
tW Transient AdTertiamg and Jeb Irint
tlna, cao in advance- ,
Ail bills must be paid the first of each month. .
Ju rear. In advance,
fnree months, "
If not paid t
C nbscrjDers to
O from one locality
Passes Bogus Check
Charles L. Kent, a young man who
has been on probation at Alturas fur
some time past arrived in I.akeview
Sunday. He was ridin-; a horse he
hail procure! from some one in that
place, ami while here ne sold the
horse and sad'lle. He probably had a
right to dispose of the outfit but he
appropriated the money for hi own use
advauce. ti SO the year. ; am, on M,)r),uy morning ha took pass-
age with Morris Southstone for Klam-
Notlc to Subscribers Bth jruu Turk- Mon.lnu
morn in it
xamlner who remore . , i .1
to another, or rbiurt. ; sheriff binder received a telegram
'J?.T ',I.l?;-trom Alturas that Kent had I
aressea to the rival postomce.
Lakeview, Oregon, Tliurstluy, June S. 11H1
In the political game. President Taf t
is an easygoing gentleman, but this
late announcement of his prospective
trip to the Pacific Coast indicates that
he does not propose to let Wood row
Wilson have things all his own way.
Come on. Mr. President, we will be
glad to see you.
I check and if he was found here to hold
: him. Word wus telephoned to Chas.
J Powne at Bly to stop Kent and bring
s him back which Mr. Powne proceeded
to do, arriving her Monday night and
: turning him over to the officers. In
a j the meantime Sltenlf Smith of Alturas
I procured a machine and arrived here
Valley Falls Items
E. L. H. Meyer returned from
business trip to Lakeview Saturday.
Jack Halliman and H. A. Utley were; "y sun ,1'w' ! Tuesday morning
Baker and Oregon City are two
places that will have postal savings
banks, such institutions already started
in this state having proved highly
succeessful. The Postmaster General
has designated these cities as deposi
tories and they will begin operations
An interurban railway from Baker
through the Fowder River Valley to
Haines and North Powder is a project
dear to the heart of the Eaker Com
mercial Club and efforts will be direct
ed on work to bring this about during
the coming few months. The projected
line would open up a remarkably fer
tile country, as well as give access to
mu h timber wealth.
Lakeview visitors the past week.
H. E. Curtis has received his gaso
line engine ami we hope to see water
Our blacksmith. Geo. Newcombe,
has been on the sick list, but is fast
Martin Kennedy and Mr. Ullrich
have made arrangements to haul lum
ber for their houses next week. Messrs.
Hyde and Brinkman also expect to
ttart building soon.
A nice soaking rain laid the dust
Thursday and helped crops consider-1
That the forest fire season of 1911 ;
approaches with better laws and !
stronger patrol than were in effect at
the beginning of the last season, but j
that the last general rains cannot be
counted on to postpone danger beyond
June is the substance of a statement
issu-1 by the Western Forestry & Con
servation Association after systematic
canvass of field conditions through its
constituent fire fighting associations
in Montana, Idaho, Washington and
Forest officials of all the states are
arranging for stricter enforcement of
the fire laws than in previous years
and promise little leniency to offenders.
The VV'adhintgon and Oreogn laws were
made more stringent by the last legis
lation and appropriations for executing
them were increased to ,$15,000 a 'year
In Washington and $30,000 in Oregon.
Both fctates are greatly increasing
their warden force. The precautions
required In burning slashings and oper
atiniyfrnignes aremuchmore rigid.
Fort Rock News
Grain in this section is looking
ar. 1 promises a big harvest.
Kay Nash, W. R. New. ami L. B.
Charles have put up windmills to water
their gardens and orchards.
L. C. Rich and I.ioyd Corley have
returned from a trip to Portland.
L. E. Penrose and R. E. Stouten
berg have rented a hay ranch on Buck
Miss Laura Meyers gave a luncheon
last Saturday in honor of the Misses
Ritchey, Mae Ritchey and DeForest
who leave for Portland next week.
The others present were Mrs. Bueler.
Mrs. Noel and the Misses Scott, Pen
rose ari'l Rhoten.
W. M. Crawford, one of the Fort
Rock merchants is building a bunga
low near his store.
Mrs. B. F. Wright entertained Mrs.
Mary Pierce, Mrs. E. A. DeForest.
Mrs. L. B. Drake and Mrs. Wm. Giles
at dinner Thursday.
Mr. Findley received the contract
for fencing the Jamison Bros, Ranch.
He and his family will spend the
In apite of the spring work u great
deal of interest is still taken in the
Literary Society. "The War in
Mexico," was the subject discussed at
the last meeting and a very instructive
paper on the "Referendum" was read
left with his prisoner for Alturas.
City Dads Meet
A full quota were present at
Tuesday evening's meeting of the
City Council, but owing to the absence
of Attorney W. Lair Thompson, very
little was done in the way of passing
ordinances or taking up new matters.
Outside of routine business the main
point decided was the revocation of
the gasolene ordinance.
Mr. Thompson is expected back here
from Portland in a few days time, and
at the next meeting of the council.
which is scheduled fur June 27, it is
j expected that the 8eed limit for auto
! mobiles will be increased to at least
: twelve miles an hour and other impor
1 tai.t measures considered.
view for the last thirty jeum, and this
will be his lirst trip out of here in all
that time. The many local friends of
the family rcgiet their departure at :
this time, while wishing them much
Sunday's Auto Party
An auto party consisting of Mr. ami
Mrs. W. R. Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Citu.-ey. Mr. and Mrs. Morris South
stone, Misses Floy and Margie Bernard
and Ralph Souths tone, Sunday made
than auto trip to Thomas Creek, (
where they enjoyed some excellent ,
fishing. Some fine specimens of lake',1
trout were brought back by the party, !
and have no doubt been consumed long '
b-fore this (taper goes to (iress. ;
Returns From North End ;
County Surveyor Sum Mushen has
' returned from the north end, where he
: spent several days running out lines
for the new road to be built between
) Silver Lake and Crescent. The road
; was petitioned for by II. H. Keeney
and eleven others, and was approved '
, by the County Court at their last meet- !
ing several weeks ago. Work will be 1
started at once. I
Th lilid.'rltfiic will Midi ut Public
AiK'tuui hi IHi lx-r'n rnriHT on Nutur
l..y, June :'. Hill, all (l( !,M buiiw
Imld furniture, TViium of hhIc to U
Mtrk-tly cunIi st. Kmd I
Tom VViitHou. A net Inner.
1 Buffalo-Pitts Thresher
notici: to runi'iTuus.
In thf matter of tin- Kxlalrof JoHcpli
I". Jt'liiiori', ili-ci'UHed.
Tin1 lltiil.T-lwni'cl. .1. A Jet more.
liMVinii Ik en duly nppolutcil bv the
('Hilly Cutirt of the Mate of Oregou,
for t be County ttf l.uke, tlx ndtiiliiU
tratrlx of the estutc of JoHcpli II. Jet
Notice Ih herehv (liven to (ill ere lj
torn of ;iud nil piTHons bftvlnif cbilm
tigaiiiNt sniil decciim-d, to prc-ent
t hem duly verified, im required I v
law, within Nix 'month from ti'
llr-f piitilliiitJiiii of thl notice, in
Nitld J. A. Jetiiiore, nt the law olll
of L. K. Conn, In I.nkcvh-w, t)r.
I'nted ftii'l firxt published thix
Mb day of .1 u ni, Jul 1
J. A. ,1 KT.MOKE,
AdininlHtmtrU of the Kit
tate of JoHcph II. Jetmorc,
Also horr power, .slightly
used. Sle of thresher 2H-ln.
cylinder. cf.in. rear.
Machine can be seen at 5tan
ficld, Oregon. Address
I). (). LIV HRV
NO I 'Ml POKl'LANI), ORr.fJON
New Soda Fountain
A fine new marble top soda fountain
was received last week at the Frost
Kandy Kitchen and will be installed j
shortly. Manager Cloud is certainly
improving his place in fine shape, hav
ing recently added a fine large side-J
board, complete with mirror, as wel j .
as several very nice tables and chairs. J
Hill HALE 15 bend of dairy cow;
will sell nuy ntimlxT to suit pnrclifts
er. Apply to J. J, Monroe, Willow
FOR HAI.h TIih N'4 of the of the
HW.i.,' of the K4 of Kcc 7. Town,
t-hlp South o( limine "0 .; w M
with wnter coiitntcl f r n ucrcM.
AIko Lot 1 In Block 7H O. V. L.
V. Addilloti to l.nkevlew.
AdilreHM W. ri. Mulrlne,
H.I Lvnilalc A vp
A SNAP !
If yon WHiit 11 nice little boine,
tbli. i- 1 li pi no for you.
Nf 1 hni'-roiiin leiti., neiitly
paltered. Lot and F ut nlnhlnga, Junt
a It MiuuIm: Itatige mil Cooking
1'tetiMiln; wt of llavilin t lilnn;
10ti Victor (rnliHpliom and Re
conln; 11 x (CI Willi. n Velvet It 11 jr.
Ktxxl mm new; Axiultilster Rugn and
Cnrpt't; Oak Morria Chair; Princess
1 'Tester; Sanitary Couch nuill'ind)
Ions; .Spring MallreHn: Bi'ddlntf,
Curtains, Pictures, BookMaiid other
tilings too iiufueroiiM to Mention.
Also Ten acrt'H of Kood Intnl.
tl.V) t ilk cm ilt. wholM thln ttt
Eiitpiire threi doors Mow Mr.
Halt heliler's bourn'.
scp.scRiiii: for the i;xaminf.k
Many diseases have their origin in
accommulations of refuse. Kindly co
operate in an effort for a clean town.
All manure and iefuse of every kind
should be hauled away. Toilets should
especially be looked after and made
clean. The committe on sanitiation
will make a thorough investigation
and will insist on compliance with the
ordinanaee which makes cleanliness
The site for the new dining room, to
be conducted by C. E. Lonzway of the ;
Colorardo House, is fast assuming a
businesslike appearacne. and will be
ready for occupancy in a few days.
Several booths have been erected and 1
the interior has been nicely painted 1
and" papered. Mr. Lonzway has the!
reputation of conducting a first-class
hotel, and the public, may feel assured
that he will be thoroughly up-to-date
in every respect in his new place
The Home of Good Values
DRESS GOODS I
Will Co to California
The Dick Vernon family expect to
leave next week for California where
they will make their future home. Mr.
Vernon has been a resident of Lake-
For Spring and Summer In the Latest Novelties. Foulards,
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, Flaxons, Diminlties, Check
Maussellne, and a full Line of White Goods
of every description. Ask to see them
It is a pleasure to show our goods, whether you buy or not
BAILEY & MASSINGILL