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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1911)
SOUTHERN OREGON REALTY COMPANY
OUR FIRE IN8URANCE COMPANIES
Union Assurance Co. of London
American Central Insurance Co. of St. Louis
St. Pauls Automobile Insurance Co.
WE BUY, LEASE OR SELL 0. V, L CO.'S TRACTS OR LOTS
FRUIT LAND8 IN QOOSE LAKE VALLEY--The
Very Best For Sale In Small or Large Tracts
HOMESTEADS CITY PROPERTY
Improvod & Unimproved Farms. We Specialize Fruit Lands
United States Fidelty & Guaranty Co.
of Ilaltimorc, Md. Bonds of all descriptions.
Union Central Life Ins. Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Assets, 71 Millions
Globe and h'utgers Fire Insurance Co of N. Y.
TUhc Count? Ernmtncr
TliriUDAY. JULY 27. 1111.
L BRIEF MENTION
All mir II.J'j and l.t.U whIhu to k)
Hi IH) Moir On.
HciiiHf (Iri-nwH tit reduced price at
C. S. Kinney, of Aili-I, was one of
Tuesday's arrivals in town.
Mr. and Mm. 8. .'. Cressler took
run over to Codarville last week.
(hid hiuI fiiU In ladles, canvas
InM-a ftOc, 7.V mid l. IK). Merc. Co.
If you witot a reully good "moke
for avlrkle, try MIorktiiau'M leader.
I'.HH wuuUil nt Aug. lorlng'a city
luikery, iiiurkel ri o, cimli or Irndc.tf
Mm Will Iennard, of Klamath
1'alls. is a guest of Mr. and Mra. Orln
;lMr. and Mra. T. K. Hammersty thin
morning started on their return to
Horn -Near Oedarville. July 13. 1911
to Mr. and Mrs. Arrli Johnstone, a
Mian Anna Jones, of I'airtloy. was
visiting Lakeview rclalivus and friends
I hia week.
Mr. and Mr, George Chandler were
in from thoir ranch during the week on
n iihott visit.
John Mcl'ray wan one of the .several
I'uiitley pheopie who v in i tt with us
-during tho week.
Horn - In Ccdarville. July 15, lull, i
to Mr. ami Mm. rvl .Metzker, a mm;
weight I.'i poii n. In.
I'avid llandtiury, a well known rei--dent
of the West Side, whi one of Sat
urday ' visitors.
1.. K. Conn ia now having a good,
subntantiul fence erected about hia
home on Hear Street.
Mra. Willi Seiimmon, a well known
resident of I'lush. wbm in town Tliurs--dav
on a business visit.
Mr. and Mr. O. C. Lotrtuss Satur
day cino in Iro.r. thoir Crane Luke
ranch on a buaineaa viit.
Mr. and Mra. Jim ludge have loaned
the Kobt. McKce property and will
shortly tuke possession.
. Mr. and Mm. I'. J. liruttuin, of
Taixlcy, were in town last week . on a
visit to their numerous frienda.
Km Iteut two Unlit luiiiM-kecpiug
rooms with cook clove. Apply ;i
diioia uortli of Mi'tliixiUt Church.
Storkuifill UaeH Olilv t lie best of
tobm-coa In tlu iniiiiufiiitiiro of lila
cigfirs. Try ttiem and In) couviiiced .
I'at Twomey. an employee of the
George Chandler ranch, was in town
the lutter purl of the week for supplies.
Mr. and Mra. Ted Hannister, of Sum
mer l.uke, Jure the proud parents of a
baby girl, which arrived a few daya
We are passing through the transi
tory.jieriod from Cupitaliam to Social
ism. Hrethern. ita a good time to bo
I'at J Hreen. an employee of the
Warren Laird much at Hluo Joint,
Thursday arrived in town on ,a several
Fiirnum Harris has just completed
tlu .eiection of a ivery nice fly proof
iih.xu at the north aide of hia houae on
C, H. Fox, a well known resident of
Fort liidwell, wua in town the forepart
of the week attending to various bui
Lynn Cronemillor. of tho ForeHt Sor
vice, was in from Thomaa Creek Satur
day! returning on Monday with a load
Among the luat week'a visitors from
J'nialey were It. B. Jackaon and A.
A.J(,lIenry, , both of whom are well
Mm. P.M. (Miller and aona. Vint and
llobart. will next Monday leave for
Iterkeley. ,Cal., where the .boy a will
Mra. John Simmons, with daughter
Lucile, Saturday left for I'aialey where
they expect to remain for tho next
mouth or ao.
Ij.The Sun Kino Laundry conducted by
' Mra. Munday, in the Wataon Addition,
isjilinga Jong-felt want and ia being
George Fitzgerald, tho well known
local stockman, was in town the fore
)artf the week attending to various
f James Graves was confined to hia
liorae for several days during the week
with alight lllnoaa. He has again
reaumd his duties.
Mis Winnie Harvey has returned
to town alter a ten days viait with Mr.
ami Mm. Charles Heed at their ranch
north wrst of here.
Mrs. Anna I'ollard, of Sacramento,
who has been visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mm. A. S. Downs, this morning
left on her return home.
Mrs. L. Vanderpool this week left
for I'orlorvllle, Cal., having been call
ed there by the serious illness of her
mother, Mm. Venator.
(2. II. Graves, the local contractor,
Sunday paid a visit to tha Drews Gap
section ai.d incidently took a few shots
at tti) rabbits out that wav.
Gnorge M. Jones, the well known
Faialey stockman, was a visitor here
during the week, being the gueat of
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Snider.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Waldo Taylor, who
aro now employed Jon the Venator
ranch down tho valley, were in town
during the week on a business viait.
A. T. Langi.-ll. the well known stock
mun. was over from Honanza during
tho week on a abort visit, lie' found :
prices higher than he could pay. j
at Woodland, Cal., tor the past sever
al weeks, returned to Lakeview a few
days since and will remain until Fall.
Ilnck'for sale, Lincoln. HirnpM aud
liuiiiiahire )o ua. Will U' reii ) for
delivery It Septmnlier. Addreai
Wult. r A. Sherlock, Altunia I 'nl. J 27
Misa Nina Carter, of (Sold Hill, who
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morning started on her return home.
II. V. Kmjuist, the well known
Warner Valley sheepman, was over
from I'lush the forepart of the week
attending to various business matters.
If you have defect of the eyes and
wiah them correctly fitted, call upon
Dr. It. F. I'araona, the well known eye
doctor, at the Antler House, from 12
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kuymcr, who
have been employed for sometime past
at the Kehart ranch on Salt Creek,
Tuesday came in to town for a short
Clarence Snider, a son of C. U. Sni
der ami well known locally, Saturday
arrived here from Salem, where he is'
now l.trntcii f.ir n ahnrf vIhiI with r.d. '
Mrs. Steve Seibert with children
Tuesday started for New Mexico,
where she will join her husband. Mr.
Seibert is now employed there as a
Kdward Hond, the well known War
ner Valley rancher, was over from that
country on Tuesday and returned with
a large loud of fence wire and other
Mrs. F. A. Filpatrick and
ren, who have been at" the ZX
in the Chcwaucun for several
past, Sunday came into town
for a '
Al Roberta lina accepted the agency : cently on account of ill health,
of the noted Li mm clothing, aad Ed Sulilvan, a sheepherder empioyed
haa Juat received Humpies of all the j by Dave Jones. Tuesday had themis
latest weaves, which be is now UU- fortune to injure one of hia fingers .by
playing;. accidental dicharge of a revolver.
Mrs. J. Charles Smith, of the Paris- j The wound was not a dangerous one,
ian Millinery, is now in Chicago pur- and Mr. Sullivan will be able to re
chasing fall and winter costumes for aume his duties in a day or so.
her local trade. She will return in a! Join Duckworth, the local vege
few weeks. tableman, has made a very nice addi-
Frunk Parker and Irving Sherlock I tion to hia store in the way of an open
Sunday started for the Chewauuan on ! air place to keep vegetables. Screen
a week's fishing trip. They expect to doors protect the goods from the flies,
bring back many of the finny tribe on I and the fact that they are kept in the
their return. j open air makes them cool and fresh.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunting Sun-! W. A. Massing;!! made a trip to Sil
day returned from Klamath, where ' ver Lake last week and ineidentulyjpur
they enjoyed a several days' pleasure 1 chased some 10,(HK) pounds of wool
trip. During their absence they spent ' from F. A. Fitzpatrick, the well
a tew days at Merrill. known cattleman. The fact that he
A visit to the south end of town will ' has 8 few thousand Bheep on the side
reveal tho fact that many new houses
are now in process of construction, and
that Lakeview is getting to be quite a
populous litte city.
C. llenkle will leave Saturday for a
trip to the Willamette and Astoria.
He will take in tliu centennial celebra
tion at the latter place and will be ab
sent several weeks.
Klamath Chronicle: Frank O.
Hunting and wife, of Lakeview, were
in the city over Sunday, and will visit
relatives in the valley and at Merrill
before returning home.
Golden Gate, Harbor View and Lin
coln parks, all of which are to be con
nected with .a system of boulevards.
have been selected as the site for the
1915 fair in San Francisco.
Vint Miller and Kelton Gunther Fri
day returned after a several daya Ash
ing iip. The trip was made by auto
ajf the boys both report fairly good
luck in the number of fish caught,
A. Schmidt, the well known West
Side rancher, was taken quite ill dur
ing the week on his ranch and was
obliged to come to town for treat
ment. He Is now feeling much better.
Mrs. W. ft. Hammemley was In dur
ing the week from the Chandler ranch,
where her husband, the famous "Hill,"
is now busy trapping coyotes. Mrs.
Hammersley brought out some sup
J. W. Nixon, the popular Mud Creek
stage station proprietor, was in town
on Monday last for supplies. "Hill"
states that everything out his way In
humming now, with .many fishing
parties in that vicinity.
Geo. H. Whorton this week let a con
tract to N. T. Corey for the erection
of a $:i500 bungalow on his property
north of tho planing mill. The build
ing will be modern throughout and of
the very best construction.
Freight rates from Chicago to Keno
have been ordereJ reduced one-third
by a recent decision of the Interstate
Commerce Commission. All coast
points are affected, and the new rates
will be effective October 15.
Mr. and Mm. T. K. Hammeraly. ot
1'orlland, arc paying Lakeview rela
tives and frienda a visit. Incidentally
Mr. Hammeraly in his capacity us I
Deputy U. S. Marahal is attending to
some buaiuess for Uncle Sam.
The deer season opens the first of
Auguat, and within the next week or
so we may expect to see many of our
! ,MCI P'Umen cleamng up rusty guns
i to bringing in some venison.
i D. L. Shirk, the well known Sur
prise Valley stockman and rancher,
Monday arrived in town from Cedar
ville. Mr. Shirk ia a brother to W. H.
Shirk, the local banker, and is well
known throughout this section of the
Lakeview citizens gave a swell re
ception to the visiting State officials
at that place on Thursday of last week.
citizens may be depended
on to stand together on all matters
affecting the welfare of their town. Al
II. M. Nolle, recently of Keno, has
accepted the position of superinten
dent of A. Hieber's business houae.
i Mr. Nolle is thoroughly up todate on
! modern business methods, and Mr.
' Hieber considers himself fortunate in
j securing hia services.
I Tom Sherlock, the well known stock
. man and rancher, was up from Alturas
during the week on a short visit. Tom
I reports that he is now busy, improving
his ranch south of Alturas and expects
to have a mighty fine place when the
work has been .completed.
Mr. and Mrt. Isuao Deter, who have
Ueen visiting their, many friends, in
this section during the past several
weeks, have returned to their home at
Santa Hosa. They lived here for.many
years but removed to California re-
does not affect t"FiU'a" status asja
Mr. and Mrs. , A. W. Orton, Jonas
Norin. W. J. Proudfoot and M. B. Rice,
editor of the Herald, were among the
Sunday viaitors'at the Cobb camp on
Mud Creek. All report a most enjoy
able time, with plenty of good fishing,
although the festive mosquito is more
or less in evidence.
Geo. Swanston, of the well known
Sacramento firm of C. Swanston & Son,
arrived here a few days since with Jthe
avowed purpose of buying aome mut
ton. At last reports hia efforts were
in vain, as the prices he was able to
offer were not attractive to the average
Lake County sheepman.
Hert Wade this week sold to Clilf
Smith, of Silver Lake, 40 acres of land
located about two miles north of New
Pine Creek, the consideration being
$4)000. This sale is only indicative the
prices that will be realized for lands in
the fruit belt of Goose Lake valley in
the immediate future.
Zac Whitworth, who is well known
among the stockmen of this locality.
Sunday returned from Salem, where
he has been employed for sometime
past at the State asylum. Mr. Whit
worth has now entirely recovered from
his affliction, which Is a source of good
news to his many local friends.
H. W. llewett and Harry Hunter,
who have large holdings hereabouts.
are expected to arrive In Lakeview from southern California, is now spend-
A.l fill... . ..I. r
iiay. im:iujea in me party are v.
A. Johnson,' of Portland, and I . M.
Pearaon. of Lincoln, and their visit
will doubtless result in some new de-!
velopment work for this section.
Mr. and Mm. Robt. McKee, together
with Ted and Miss Hazel, yesterday
afternoon left on their return to Cor
vallia. after having spent 10 days visit
ing friends in Lakeview. They will re
turn by way of Merrill. Little Shasta
and Ager. crossing the Siskiyous into
Ashland and on north to their destina
tion. Mr. and Mrt. John Aden, of the
West Side, this morning took their
departnre for the east. Mm. Aden
will go to New York to visit her rela
tives, while Mr. Aden will stop at his
old home at Wichita. Kansas. Their
many friends hope that they Iwill soon
return and again make their home
Mrs. L. Kerrigan, who has been
here for the past month or so on a visit
with her sinter. Mrs. William Barry,
expects to leave tomorrow for her home
in San Francsco. Mrs. Kerrigan has
had a very nice time while nere and
her many local friends and acquain
tances are sorry that she is obliged to
leave at this time.
R. Willis, of the Willis Furniture
Co.. has leased the second ,Coor of the
Hayes & Grob building and is fitting it
up as a rooming bouse. The whole
floor has been remoded. a number of
rooms'having been enlarged, and all of
them are neatly carpeted and furnish
ed. Everything is new and the venture
will no doubt be successful.
Now that the depot site has been
I practically located we may expect a
big boom in the sale of town lots.
Many people have been hanging back
waiting for the N.-C.-0. to announce
their terminlal point, but this matter
having been taken care of, people will
no longer be undecided as to what ac- j
tion to pursue.
A fine cement walk, similar to the
one in front of the new Colorado Cafe, i
is now being built along the front of
Bieber's Cash Store and Mrs. Neilon's
Millinery Parlors. These walks are a
big improvement over the old wooden
I affairs, and will probably be put in by
other owners of buildings along our
Secretary of the Interior Fisher 'will
visit Oregon next month, inspecting
the reclamation projects under way
here. He will learn of conditions pre
vailing in respect to forest reserves,
vacant government lands and the other
matters under his control. He will
also visit other Pacific Coast sections
Altu ras Flaindealer: Little Thelma
Gibbins is out for the Shetland pony
offered by the American Weekly. We
trust our friends everywhere will ssist
her as she is a dear little, queer little,
sweet little girl. Thelma will explain
matters better than we. so help her
when she comes around, and get one
of the best family papers published.
Richard Bingham. recent arrival
I mg a few davs in this locality. Mr.
I Bingham was formerly employed in the
orange business, but was obliged to
leave California on account of th or.
cessive heat at this time of the year.
He finds tne weather here very favor
al le, and will probably make this sec
tion of the country his future home.
Rev. R. E. Dunlap. District Super
intendent of the Klamath District. M.
E. Church, arrived in the city Tuesday
night and held the 4th quarterly con
ference of the local Methodist Church.
He went on to Paisley and' Summer
Lake Wednesday morning. Today he
will be back in the . city fcand will
preach and administer sacrament in
the Methodist Church this evening.
IThe newlv-equipped Colorado Cafe
opened Saturday morning under the
management of C. E. Lonzway. This
cafe is no doubt one of the finest in this
part of the country, and in addition to
having a seating capacity of 50 or
more has three large-sized boxes to
accommodate private parties. Mr.
Lonzway may well feel proud of his
new place of business, and there is no
doubt but what he Will be suocessfu.
F. Fetsch. recently of Grants Pass,
has purchased from II. W. Drenkel the
property immediately north of the Odd
Fellows temple. It consists of 50 feet
frontage on Main street, and sold for
$100 front . foot. Mr. Fetsch will
engage in the clothing and merchant
tailoring business, and expects to open
up in the building now occupied by
Wm. Wallace about the middle of Sep
tember. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mushen, both of
TO 0, V. L, CONTRACT HOLDERS
We arc now ready to furnish Complete Ab
stracts to 0: V. L Properties as follows:
LAKE COUNTY LAND & TITLE CO.
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are designed for every type of figure.
Come in and ask to see the model
made for you.
Every Parisiana is guaranteed to give you good
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The price you have been paying will buy a guar
LAKEVIEW MERCANTILE CO.
whom need no introduction hereabouts,
were made happy Thursday night by
the birth of a boy. weighing six and
three-quarter pounds. Sam states he
is in very much need of a rod mm con
nection with his surveying work, and
is now patiently waiting for the baby to
grow. The Examiner extends many
good wishes for the future happiness
and success of the baby.
Frances C. Hews. Denver's noted
blind dramatist and impersonator,
Monday evening gave one of her de
lightful entertainments at the M. E.
church. A large apd appreciative
audience was present,' and each and
every number was warmly received.
M iss Hews is an artist in her line
and of far more than ordinary ability.
Her ways are charming, and she made
warm friends of all with whom she
came in contact during her atay In
Cha3 K:rby Fox, chief engineer of
the Cow head irrigation project, was in
Lakeview this week. In company .with
Chief Engineer Rice, of the O. V. L.
Co.. he went out through the valley and
looked over the local project. He ex
pressed much surprised at the magni
tude of the work and that it should be
practically completed in so short a
time and in such a workmanlike man
ner. Mr. Fox stated to an Examiner
representative that he had the work of
his project well in hand, and that he
hoped to have construction work com
menced in the near future.
L. Gerber. the political prophet who
incidentally buys large numbers of
cattle, horses and sheep in this section,
has purchased 1200 head of sheep from
E. Casebeer. of Ely. some 300fhead of
cattle from Dave Edler and 150 head
of beef from Joe Howard. This has
been accomplished within the past 10
days, and still Mr. Gerber is not
satisfied and is looking for more. The
prices paid are unknown, but it is un
derstood that several months since
Dave Edler was offejred $32 a head for
his cattle, and consequently it is pre
sumed that Mr. Gerber topped the
market 'when he bought them.