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Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of
vular nandlnt ad 11.00 an Inrh. ataxia
MHiiia nocv, pet monih. All uamllnir a la.
riK' nr twic a monih. Coal ol oompoat
llu chart-1 fiirall amra chan. All wcll
aatUona tra. All aborl trrm . ilr
ftnadrra, local rwlnmna, 0e. T'T line fach In
wnton. Want art. c. a Hn raeh 'oarrtloa
Var of think 11.00. Keaolutloiia O. coinlu
lae, f I Wainl upafl.
jH Tun I in A.tr.TtlMnt and Job Frln
lt, cull to advaiii-a.
ill bill must be paid lh Art I ol each month.
A civil suit has been filed in the
I'aited . States Court for the
dissolution of the periodical clearing
house and about a score of other maga
aice defendants. The petition charges
fcfcaithe defendants, since July HX9
have been engaged in an illegal com
bination, a dissolution of which is ask
ad for. Now the magazines can put
up another howl similar 10 inai wuuig
d ia when it was proposed to increase
the rates of postage on their adver
isiag sections, but it will probably be
f m avail this time.
The United States Treasury had a
urplus of approximately $25,000,000
vbMi the fiscal year of 1911 ended
Saturday. The fiscal year of 1910 clos
d ith a surplus of $15,000,000. This
ear's showing is the best since 1907,
wmi a surplus of $111,000,000 was
bwn. Both 1908 and 1909 showed de-
a eais oi --v.uuv.ovu ana . , . t h injureH member ,t the BeCond
pectively. Treasury officials Delievej. .
final figures will show the Government ;J ....
ntbe year just closing has received' It is reported that Elmer Martin, a
.I,., i ..tim.t.,1 n,) ..t,t inst ! ntphew of James Vincent and Mrs.
A.v sx.-v.i sv.-vs 1 AA ATVA n
" 1 I
ttle less than it planned.
Oregon's Agricultural College, at
fYtrrallia. will have the best facilities
n the United States for horticulture J Mr. Martin is a young man well known
esearch work when the new borticul- at New Pine Creek and also in Sur
ra3 building, to cost $36,000. is com-i prise.
lewd. Work has been started on the Messrs. John Arzner, Luther Web-
ouudations. In future, the college j gter and R.R. Vandervort Tuesday re
fill lay special emphasis on advanced ; turnej frora the Valley Falls country
work in tne study of orchard problems. wnere they have been employed for
ooVmg to the extermination of insects the pa8t few veea jn constructing the
aa3 fungus pests and seeking to adapt ( b;jj Hotchkiss residence. The build
different varieties of fruit to the vari- j ing ig noW con,pieted. and is thorough
ttas soils and climates to be found in ty upto-date and modern in every
bis Ute. This work is. of course, 1 .rct
undertaken at present, but with the
aojuonai lacimies u is expecieu rauco ,
more will be accomplished. ,
Tonight is the time. Masonic Hall
th place, and 8 p. m. the time when
tie A. O. U. W. lodge of Lakeview
will take a fine bunch of novices over
be hill road to the mecca of all Work
men. Some may 'never reach there,
but those that do, will always be proud
of their stunt.
All members are requested to be on
hand nt 7:30 p. m. so as to dispose of
tie. regular order of business. All
vjrfiting Workmen from other jurisdic
tions are must cordially invited to be
present. L akeview lode never does
things ba'f way, and the members will
m'uis something if they are not pres
ent. False Report
A report reached Lakeview last
Thurday that several Greek work
men employed on the rock work at
tjugbr Hill had been killed and injured
by '-an explosion of dynamite. Dr.
EL H. Smith answered a call for a phy
ieian, but on his arrival at the scene
of the accident found that no one was
tilled and only two men slightly in
j ured from a premature explosion.
Howeve r, if reports are true, no one
tieeJs be surprised if several lives are
sniffed out at almost ar.y time, as it is
stated thit the men are very careless
handling the explosive.
Mr. ami Mr. .1. F. Hanson, of
l'oint KaiK'h, entertained a number of
friends on the Fourth, among them
eing Dr. and Mrs. FJ. H. Smith. Mr.
and Mrs. . 0. Cressler, Mr. and Mrs.
tj. R. Seager, Miss Lynton, Mr. and
&5rs. A. L. Thornton and Messrs, E.
1 H. Meyer and K. H. Rogers,
-jicnic on the shores of the Lake
greatly enjoyed, as well as a swim and
a rile in Mr. Hanson's launch.
Dave Edler, the sheep king, was in
town this week after supplies for his
numerous camps. His sheep are now
stretched out from Twelve-mile Creek
lu lily, a distance of some 65 miles,
on their way to summer range. With
in the next few weeks all will have
reached their destination, and will no
Joubt come out in the Fall in good
tJiape, as the range is said to be better
than at any time during the past 20
Who i as eager to leave this valley
un t am to reiiifiiu? 1 liuve Income
iroeTty reutl In Oklahoma points,
liKap. What Lave you got? Address
Joha linsuiinger, Lakeview, Oregon.
Ta?e additional passenrge trains are
row operating over the Western Pad -tie,
but no close connections are made
Vith the N.-C.-O. at Doyle.
Lake County, Oregon
Jn rt. In aiHano,
Three months, "
ITT" I! uot paid la advauce. II. HO the T.
Natlca to Sabacrtber
Snoncriwra t I he Riamtnor who remove
Irotn om looaltly to another, or rhanirt
lhitr r-l'''' addn-iw ahonlil rcmi'tnbrr to
dnP thin office a card to thrtr paper ca'i be ad
jtwrtl to the right poatofflo.
Tburln, July , Ul I
Friday morning a peddler from Pine
Greek appeared in town with a large
load of native strawberries. The
berries were not long in being disposed
of. and they sure tasted fine.
C. W. Dent, who attended the Elks'
festivities at Klamath Falls last week,
did not set back until Friday. He
states that the cause of his delay was
due to the fact that he was waiting for
repairs for his auto, which tends to
contradict the rumor that he was kid
napped by the boys and held for ran
som. Siver Lake Leader : Ed Lundy who
was employed at the Egli mill suffered
the loss of his right tnumb last Thurs-
j day. He was working at the edger
I when the accident occurred, and was
j immediately brought to town, when
j Dr. Thorn found it necessary to am-
, I -II .1 !..
irranK iciv.immey, was uncu iosi
week in a sawmill in Surprise Valley.
However, the report lacks confirma
tion, and it is hoped that it is untrue.
1.000.000 pounds of wool
. . . 5. MnnH.. f !
week on a weak market pri(,e8 ranging
; about 10 per cent lower than at the
previous sale. Several lots offered
unsatisfactory bids that
withdrawn and will be
consingment or held in
Plain "Bill" Nixon was in town Sat
urday laying in supplies for the popu
lar Mud Creek Etation which he now
has charge of. Mr. Nixon is making
good in his new business, and the sta
tion is now more popular than ever be
fore. He reports business as being ex
ceptionally good, and the fishing
All pl'ices of business and all con
struction work was closed down tight
Tuesday, while all Sent the day in
celebrating the great and glorious.
Fourth. Quite a large delegation went
to Altura-, still more to Pine Creek
and many of us were content to fish,
hunt and otherwise pass the day at
points nearer home.
Deputy Game Warden Utley was in
town for several days during the past
week on matters of business. Harry
is now acting as agent for a nursery
stock company, and has just returned
from the Summer Lake country where
he solicited and received many orders
for various plants, trees, etc. Harry
is ceriainly a hustler.
A deal was recently consummated
whereby Charles "Reed, who is well
known locally and who was recently
employed on the new I. O. O. F. build
ing, has taken over the West Side pro
perty of John Bull, as well as the city
milk route, on a three year's lease.
Mr. Reed has already taken possession,
and there is no doubt but what he will
be successful and make good in his
U. K Bingel, a resident of Fort
Mortran. Colorado. Saturday arrived in
Lakeview and intends to make this
section of the country his future home.
Mr. Bingel comes from a fine farming
section of Colorado, where irrigation
systems are used with much success
in reclaiming the land and making it
productive. Sugar beets are the prin
cipal product, and Mr, Bingel is of the
opinion that these vegetables can be
raised successfully in this section.
George Storkrnan was quite seriously
injured at his home near Prineville last
week, although his injuries were not
so severe as at first reported. He
was thrown from a wagon and run over
by a runaway team. He was taken
to a Portland hospital where it was
found that his jaw was broken in but
one place, whereas the reports were
tnat it was broken in three places.
George's many Lakeview ffriends,
while sorry to learn of his misfortune,
are pleased to learn that his injuries
are not so bad as at first reported.
Bee Luke view Abstract & Title Cu.'s
ad for epccial price on O.V.L. abstracts
! Paisley Press Items
E. I- Detrick. of Lakeview, ha
completed the plumbing work on the
Mr. Fittpntrick Informs the wtiter
that haying will commenco on the ZX
ranch about July 10.
Mr. V. Conn showed us Home excel
lent strawberries that he had picked
from hi pardon Sunday. They looked
The Hotel ChewHUCan is filled to
overflowing every night, Standing
Room Only, is the sign that might lo
hung out on tho hotel porch.
Chas. Morrison left this week for
the C. C Harris ranch at Summer
Lake, to commence the construction of
Mr. Harris' new residence. Ted Banis
ter went along as Assistant Construct-or-in-Chief.
The Jennings-Meyer Realty Co.,
of Valley Falls, are making things
hum in the lower Chewauoan valley.
These are two enterprising young men
and tney will build up s city down
there as sure ns the sun rises. Adver
tising and hustling will do it and they
are long on both.
Mr. D. B. Conrad brought this office.
Monday, a sample of barley which was
grown on the R. C. Foster ran.'h at
Summer Lake. This grain volunteer
ed from last years crop, stood the win
ter perfectly and will yield, according
to Mr. Conrad, more than sixty bush
els to the acre. It stands over three
feet high and the large well-filled
heads speak well for the productive
ness of the greatest valley in Eastern
New Auto Regulations
The new regulations governing ad
mission of automobiles to Crater Lake
povide, among numerous other things,
1. No auto '.bile will be permitted
within the metes and bounds of the
Crater Lake National Park unless the
owner thereof secures a written per-
I mit from the Superintendent or his
2. Applications for permits must
show : Name of owner, number of
machine, name of driver and inclusive
data for which permit is desired, not
exceeding one year, and be accompani
ed by a fee of $1 for single round trip
through the Park, or a fee of $5 per
annum for each machine for personal ;
use. and not for hire.
3. The use of automobiles will be
permitted on the Government roads
from the southern and western bound-
aries of the Park between the hours of
! 6 :30 a. m. and 10 :30 a. m. and be
tween the hours of 3 :30 p. m. and 6 :30
Teams have the right of way. ami
automol iles will be backed or other
wise handled, as necessary so as to en
able teams to pass with safety. J
The Worst Feared ;
Alturas New Era : Harry L. Rader j
and family, of Willow Ranch, came .
to Alturas last Thursday, and next 1
day left here for the lower part of !
the State to seek medical aid for their
little two year old son, who is criti
cally ill as a result of exposure while j
on the snow bound train of the N-.C.-O.
during the blockade last February.
The child has been given up by the j
local physicians, and a change of cli
mate is now their only hope.
Twenty-five head of sheep belonging
to the Warner Valley Stock Company
were poiwoned several days ago in the
vicinity of Pope's springs, in the War
ner section.. The cause of poisoning is
not known, but it was probably caused
by the Btoek eating plants of a poison--ous
nature. The stockman have fared
rather lucky this season as this is only
the second loss thus far reported, and
the losses in either infatance were not
The following applications for
in Lake County were filed at th;
Government land office for the
ending July 1 :
Ewell J. Davis, Sec. 31, .'51-19.
Hansom B. Tower. Sec. 35. 3S-14.
Uickhard O. Lacey, Sec. 18, 37-2:i.
James A. Rhoton. Sec. 23, 20-U.
James T. King. Sec. 18. 25-11.
Henry H. King. Sec. 1. 25-11.
Gertrude Harmon, Sec. 4, 2C-1 1.
A Bishop's Busy Life
BishoD Paddock reached Lakeview j
osmewhat unexpectedly last week, but
that fact did not prevent him from
leading the strenuous life as usual. He
held services Sunday morning, after
noon and evening and again Monday
evening, not to mention many pastor
al calls on nearly evry one, besides
much other business. The services
were largey attended, and his welcome
was us warm as usual.
The sheep shearing corralls and dipp
ing vats at Camas Prairie are now in
first class order. During the shearing
season the corralls will be in charge of
the sheepmen. ROSA McDANIEL.
My c orralls on the West Side are now
ready for the Bhecp shearing season,
and I have a dipping plant in connec
tion. Will have a good crew and super
intend the work myself.
TRANSFER OF LAKE
Reported by the Lakeview
Abstract and Tltlo
Tho following transfers were record
ed in Lake County for the week ending
C. W. Dent to Mrs. N. A. Finley and
T. U. Dews, Si NFL SE1. Sec. 1(1.
IT. S. A. to KIikn Venator. WJ SW1.
Seo. 2S. NW1 NWl. Sec. 33. 39 20.
K. M. Brattaii1 to George Ranney,
VJ Lot 2. in Blk. "A" in tho Town of
Paisley. Or. $240.
II. W. Drenkrl to Louis A. Ililbert.
Lot 11 in Hlk. 4. of Drenkel's First
IT. S. A. to Leo Cohn, S.i. Seo. 27.
U. S. A. to Cornelia J. Ireland. NWJ
NWJ Seo. 25. SJ SWJ, NWl SWl. Sec.
J. O. Doran to E. F. Townsend. SJ
SKI NWl. Sec. 17. 37-25.
V. S. A. to Hiram Pamcr. Lots 7. 8,
9. 10, Sec. 4. 2t5-12.
U. S. A. to Loren A. Taylor, VVJ
El. Sec. 19. 26-13.
U. S. A. to Cynthia A. Martindale,
SWl. Soc. 2. 2(5-12.
U. S. A. to Jacob Bilyeu. WJ NEl
SEJ NEl SKI NWl, Seo. 5. 25-12.
U. S. A. to Charles W. Withers,
Wl NEl. NWl Sec. 5. 33-17.
F. P. Lane to N. A. MoCurdy. S f0
ft. of Lot 2 and N 90 ft. of Lot 3 in
Blk. "A" of Lane's Add to Lakeview.
Nils K. Dahl to Frank Ott. WJ NWl
NEl NWl. NWl NEl Sec. 7. 33-17.
Anthony J. Miltenberger to II. A.
Norton. Lot 8. in Blk. 312. O. V. L.
U. S. A. to Herman Korsten. NEl
See 34. 25-13.
L. E. Harris to S. P. Moss. Undivid
ed I of the WJ of SI. SKI SWl, Seo.
24. 38-21. $100.
M. E. Muserave to L. E. McCulley
NWl Blk. G" in West Add. to Lake-
view. Lots 10.11 in Blk. 1 of Drenkel's!
11. W. Drenkel to S. J.Dutton. Lots
11 and 12 in Blk, 5. of Sherlock's
First Add. to Lakeview, Or.
There were 55- O. V. L. Deeds re
corded. Valley Falls Items
Numerous ahowers the pant week
have settled the dust and helped along
all gTowing. truck.
To those skeptical to the possibilities
of this vallev we invite an inspection
of some of the gardens put out on new
land this Spring.
A petition for a school, also a
justice of the peace for this valley.
has been presented to the proper auth
orities and no doubt will be favorably
Mr. and Mrs. McDowell of the
Canadian country are looking our valley
over with a view of locating.
F. N. Curtis. K. L. II Mever 'and
Jack Hallinan were Lakeview visitors'
lust week. I
George Newcombe, the blacksmith,
is very busy these days repairing and
tuning up hay machinery.
The precipitation at this station for
the month of June was .89 of an inch,
as follows: On the 3d. .18; 7th, .10;
13th .11 ; 15th, .13; 21th. .17; 2th, .02;
3ith, .IB. There were 18 clear days.
3 cloudy and 9 partly cloudy. '
Arthur Parker, of the Warner section
was in town for several days last week
and later left for Alturas to attend the '
big celebration at that place.
j The Home of Good Values
For Spring and Summer in the Latest Novelties. Foulards,
Scotch Zephyr Ginghams, Flaxons, Diminitles, Check
Mausseline, and a full Line of White Goods
of every description. Ask to see them
It is a pleasure to
BAILEY & MASSINGILL J
S.P.T0 CARE FOR
Experiment Now Doing
Tried In Sacramento
R. R. Depot
Spwlal provisions f jr taking cure of
bullies hihI their mothers upon nrrivsl
at the railroad station is the Int. st ex
periment that Is doing tried by thn
Southern Pacific Company at Its Sitrra
mo n to. California, Iom1. The idea is
only an experiment and is at the sug
gestion of one of the patrons of tho
Southern Pacific Company.
A seo!al room has been furnished
for this purpti just off the main wait
ing room of the depot an I two women
attendants, practical nurses, are always
present to look out for the nooda of
the women travelers who have their itr
fants with them. Couches have ;ien
provided for the convenience of the
mothers and a number of sHcially con
structed rots for the babies have been
In this manner, when a womiin trav
eler with a baby Is compelled to wait
in the depot fur her train or for those
who should have met her at the station
she is provided with all tho comforts
she would have Inhcr own home. The
nurses in charge of the room prepare
a tx-d for the baby and for the mother
and they are allowed to rest for as
long a time as may le necessary.
Apparatus is to bo installed to facili
tate the heating of the food for the in
fants and if tho experiment proves to
be a success it is possible that it may
be extended by the Southern Pacific
Company to all of its principal sta
tions. The idea is not original with the
olliciuls of the company. It was offer
ed by a woman traveler and is being
experimented with, as are all sugges
tions that arc offered in this way if
they appear to the officials to be prac
ticable. Bill Post has been substituting at the
Brewery saloon during the absence of
A. M. Macnub.
J. P. DUCKWORTH
Office, Water St.
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
.1. 1. I'lCKWOKTII, Mana;mi
Transfer and Dray age Ice Delivered
n ;; ;i: ami hoi m:iioi.i ;is ntoki:i
It AT KM ft UMill I ON IIMIIMI
gW "OI K t CSTOMMKS Alti: Ol It AOVIlltTISKItS"
"Plant a Commercial Orchard"
We have often been asked for ndviec on this
point, and the foreioin"; head line is our ad
vice. Of course it is not advisable for all to
plant the same varities as different locations
require a different selection. Some locations
would lie best planted to plums, others to
apples, etc., but to all farmers we say
"PLANT" and plant a commercial orchard
at that. "Send for Catalog and Price List"
The Klamath Nurseries,
show our goods, whether you buy or not
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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lilrU'ir Ihu ran rant I It la liaau
llfillliiilil I llti'il chain, tell
II aer ottfti.il V.j Nccillra at
tc a ai'r, tiiil u ilit f I Ml atti
i will ml vihi thla fin Nf'k.
rlialn aii'l Nieki'l . nl. f nn film
I, ula) ttr iriial jrnti.
ttmunrt liipif Company
lloi rn SKA I I I K, V ASM ,
,Naar Oaklmi, Calllontla
Tho onlr Woman' Collet on tli I'nclde Cnt.
( Imrtrir.l ISKV Srnr loo trl I 'nlurnllirt.
I, kul tloiinl thtmiKliottl ' sr, l-.ntiama
anil gru.liinliiMi rriimirtnrtila rillv1mt tn
II, ... ol Suiifool anil l'nicrilv ol 1 ahlornia.
l.U.ll.itir d.r lime Willi IlliMlrin ftnf
nint. Imrllrnt titHirllllllllr lot Imili
i-rnimli t. Iilnar linlv. muile ami ait.
Minii-m tyntiiaomn. Mwctal cm lor hrhh
lil uluilrnH, oillilr III. I'tralilrnl. l.urlls
D.r taitf.i. A. U.. I. ill. I. I I- 1. rr
i alnliiii a.l.lre rcrrlary. Mill t ..llrga r.
O,, I ahlornia.
C ASTO R I A
mutsemiiK for the kxaminkk
A SNAP !
If you want it nice little home,
this Is tho pb.i'o for you.
Now thrtv-rooin liou, neatly
pnpere.l. Lot mid KuriilHhlnga, Just
ft It stands: It it iiuo mid Cooking
I'tensila; not ol llaviliii Chlnn;
l()i) Victor ilruphaplioiiti and Bo-cord-;
II x U.I Wilton Velvet Bug,
good as new; A x minister Hugs mid
fiirpei; Onk Morria Chair; Prlnoeat
Dres-tr; Ssnitiiry Couch und Cush
ions; Spring MattrexM: Bedding,
Curtain", Pictures, Books and other
thlnir too nutiiMrotiM to Maul ion.
Also Ten ncroM of tfood land.
f ' ;."( I take thn whole thing fit
tiDce. tioo. Weaileder. Owner.
Kinniro three- doors In-low Mr.
Telephone No. IO
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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