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SOUTHERN OREGON REALTY OOMRANY
TIIK ONLY FIKU IV UKKVIKW III T HAS A COMf'LKTK M8T OF OKKOON VALLKY LAM) CO.'H TKACT8
OUR FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
Union Assurance Co. of London
American Central Insurance Co, of St. Louis
St. I'auls Automobile' Insurance Co.
Globe ami Rutgers Fire Insurance Co ofN, V.
WE BUY, LEASE OR SELL 0. V. L COS TRACTS OR LOTS
FRUIT LANDS IN GOOSE LAKE VALLEY-Tho
Vary Best For Sale In Small or Large Tracts
HOME8TEADS CITY PROPERTY
Improved & Unimproved Farms. Wo Specialize Fruit Lands
United States Fidelty & Guaranty Co
of Baltimore, Md. Bonds of alt descriptions.
Union Central Life Ins. Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Assets, 74 Millions
Infec County Crammer
Till (IAY Al'til'KI' 17 in: 1.
Lounge fur le. Apply tu Mr. II.
A. J one.
If yon want u n-nlly tt nki
f.n ci'klti, try Mt.irhtii in
Fancy igoi 'Hi' I ymi u cnkon
foriiU. mini Irving Slmrht K Al l IT
Nits Smith I now In rhara-e of the
Ootnulidated Stage Oo.'s station at
Geo. Jam northal left fur San Fran
cisco tbl weak, exocotlng to be atxont
Several of the Forest boy wero In
town over Sunday, ami all report few
ilre thU eaon.
Mr. anl Mr. Chan. Mhi were
tna!e lupuv thi week by the arrival
of a baby buy.
Geo. It. i thi murnlrtK left fur Stan
fori U(ilverity to reaume hi studio
in the law department.
Any U.'y bmiriiif hoiu Hnl lionnj :
fn fur dill mil whiter, nt Ho
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Louis Kendl, who it famou a ohef
a well a a Prewar enlertaine 1 several
friond at dinnor Monday.
i J.MrvUor lli-ijwn. of the Fremwt
forcut. went to Silver Lake the first
it the wuvk on olfl.-ial dutie.
Mr. an I Mr K. A. Uli an I child
ren Sturdv came down from liley
on a viitit to Lakeview frlen I.
IIki. II. A. Iliattain. of INMuy.
spent aevoral day in town during the
4nt weuk on a buaincs visit.
I'at Murphy, a well known buine
nan of Plash, win greeting Lakeview
friend the forepart of the week.
A. H. Henry, the Paisley agent for
he Keo. wa In town Saturday, twving
brought down a load of natsengcr.
Mr. W. It. Boyd ami children, who
iave been vinitlnir Klamath Fall rela
tive, are now visiting In Portland.
It. N. I'hi-ln. a well knownj stock
man of Palnlev. wits in town the fore
(art "f the week on a ,huainus visit.
Mra. F. P. Llirhl and chil.lren Frl-
lay went out to Deep Creek to join the
Cvlonel In the pleasures of camp life.
Ktorlfinn uana oulv thit litMt i.f
tobacco In tin m it ti u dirt ii ro of hi
cignra. Try ilium and Itu couvlnceil .
Dan F. Brennan, chief clerk of the
'local Forest otlke. went to Silver Lake
Sunday to take testimony in a contest
Mr. Anna Hluir. of Paisley, was in
town the fore part of the woek. having
diiiu down with Mr. and Mr. F. A.
School boy wants position as cook
ufter school hour. Will wash towels
.und napkins on Saturday. Enquire Eli
Norman G. Jacobson and Jason S.
Elder, of tho Forest Service, came
down from Paisley last week on buHi-Tii-as
at the local ollice.
Auten & Itinehiirt this weuk tilled an
order for a big lot of lineups to be
used in dispensing coffee at Da via
Creek on Railroad Day.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Alva Lewis, of
Klamati) Falls, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert D. Itrown. Mrs. Lewis
us a sister of Mr. Brown.
IS. L. Oailey last weuk completed the
masonry work on J. S. Fuller's new
tresidonca, and the ouroenters, assisted
by Joe. are now atj work. ...
fMrs. Ollie Howard, of Bly, who has
been very Berlously ill. is now much
better and it is expected that she will
shortly regain her health.
Gus Southard, who is well known
'here in Lakeview, is now at Vancouver,
Wash., to which place he ordered his
cupy of the Examiner forwarded.
(2. K. Henderson and A. G. Guycr.
'both well .known throughout the
county, arrived from Summer Lake
Tuesday on their way to California.
Harry Utlev lust week left on a
business trip down along the east side
of tho lake to Alturaa and then over to
Surprise in the Interests of the Albany
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hereford and
children. Mildred and Italph, are buck
from their trip ;to the Hoag mines.
They report having had a moat enjoy
Paul Stoll and son. P. A., of the
widely known harness rm of Paul
.Stoll Co. fled Bluff, were In Lakeview
a few days since. They were touring
the country .with an auto with camp
outfit and they aroused an envious feel
ing in nuurly every one who saw them.
Plul Lw-h. the ahnonm in. was In
from nu" this weitk. lie always !
ri'ifi''" fnim that plnre, but when
aikni wh.'ie hi camo i he refutes to 1
divuli'i iti iiIhcb. i
S'.o.irW II. Usrrie and family, of
KU nun lift f,r home TjrUv. sfter
having sim'it, a very enjoyable week
visitini n-Utive and old-time friend
in Luke cmntv.
I' t . ) -1. N.mdle Club will meet
1 thn h t'rk'i tit Mri K J IfiriA rtn
S.mlh Mi. Street. Friilsy afternoon. '
The author f ir the meeting will
J. K. Furgeon. a former well known
remmni or mo new I ine uree see-1
tlon but now of Santa llm. Cal.. w
B-r.)tinr hit mtiv old-tima Lakeview
friervU the put week.
The Kmpire Stock Co. will open a
week's engagement at the ooera house
Sunday evening. The company Is a
favorite in Lakeview ami will no doubt
be greeted by goo I houie.
Dr. and Mr. A. R. Wuht. of Port
land. accnunied by tlmir cousin.
Mis Kn-ign of I'lttsflcl I. Mas., were
in Ltkeviuvv tlii week, miking a tour
over tho State in a Cadillac.
A. KaufT'Titn. the jeweler, this week
receive I a M'KI-pound Cary safe from
San FrancUnj. It I one of the best
mtKe and will afford a safe
cle fur jewelry and the like.
Mr. and Mr. A. 1- Thornton atvT
childre.i. Mr. and Mra. W. II. Shirk
and Mr. and Mr. S. O. C re -is lor went
out on a fishing trip Saturday after
noon, remuining over Sunday, j
Mr. and Mr. II. W. Drenkel and
daughter Clara will leave Sunday for
S i Kran.-Ucj and from th'jro will go i
to Minneapolis and Chicugo on a visit.
They expect to be absent, about aix
Thresning commnced this woek on
John Snyder's place at Willow Ranch.
K. C. Thruston's big outfit doing the
work. Xhe yield has not been reported, i
although it promised to be unusually !
Re. M. T. Wire secured
of line views of tho Uooer Chewaucan
wmie on nis recent camping trip, iney quit jo,,,,. although he is able to
make one long for a Tow days' outing receive congratulations.
in that delightful aection of Lake n ... . , ,
Is. li. Miners, of Portland, is again
county i demonstrating the Cadillac car to its
Mrs. Jame Foster has returned many 8dmirers and prospective pur-
from a visit to relatives at Summer chaseM here in Lakeview. Since leav-
Lako. Sho obtained a most beautiful ing here a month or six weeks ago Mr.
tan during her absence and evidentlv Miners ha been In Klamath county
had a most enjoyable time during whore ho iol(f 8everai car8- J
hur,UV- I Silver Lake Leader: F. A. Watkins
Clay Penland a few days since return- 'of Lake hag crop this year that for
ed to Lakeview aU-r an absence or quaiity wiu compl,re favorably with
about a year. He has been at Oakland. mogt any Bcetion He haa acreg of
Cal.. for a greater portion of the time oat8 that wiu throsh about bu8hei8
where he has been driving a mail to tno aere and 16 fc.re8 of wheat that
wagun for Contractor Cross. wju g0 15 bushels to the acre.
Mrs. Don J. Zumwult. of Klamath j president Taft haa definitely decided
Fails, is an aspirant for the Buick auto vjit the VliciRia cohit tnia fat ac.
offered in a subscription contest by the corJinK to authentic information from
Evening Herald. Mrs. Zumwalt- has the white h(1U8ei lIe wj personally
many friends in Lakeview who wil atteml the Krouna breaking exercises
render her every assistance possible. , at San Francisco and It is understood
Will exchange for improved fruit or I will aiso visit Oregon and Washington,
farm property or business property in j R Li Coiby who for a tirae agt
Lakeview or Paisley established busi- Spring operated the Examiner's Sim
ness and property. 0110 block from ,,iex js now employed on the aun at
Oreiron Trunk depot. Madras. Oregon, j yumat Arizona. In a letter to J. G.
Address C. F. Owen. Madras. Oregon. ; Campbell he states that he is becoming
Pendleton's Round-Up. the unique accustomed to the heat, although he
annual feature of that city that ahows has a fan running beside him all the
the disappearing wild west, will be j time.
bigger and better than ever this year, Surprise Valley Record : Hon. W.
with, more attractions and larger ; T. Cressler sold his beef cattle to
crowds. The dates are September
The new hotel at Davis Creek is
located just across the street from the
depot and is very convenient to tho
travelling public. It promises to be as
popular under S. J. Dutton'a manage
ment as has been the one at the old
stand. ' ,
J. W. Maxwell & Son have on ex
hibition at their office some very fine
Bifcnules of wheat and barlev raised bv
C. S. Stone on tho 'ranch formerly
ownea dv L.utner Stevens. Mr. Ktone ,
states tnat the grain crop iexoeption
ally good, and that the yield will be
John W, Alexander, of the Weyer
huser Timber Company, accompanied
by his attorney, Judge Thomas Drake!"
of Klamath Falls, spent several days
in Lakeview .during .the past week
on business before the U. S. Land
Mr. and Mrs. A. Amlck. 'of "New
Pine Creek, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Cloud,
Rev. M. T. Wire and J. L. Clark Sat
urday returned from a most enjoyable
outing on the Upper Chewaucan. Mr.
Clark is acknowledged to be the cham
pion fisherman of the party, i while Mr.
Wl-e was the only one who secured
any venlbon. ,
Mis Father and Fllen Cobb today
went to Dtvia (Vm-k on their way to
San FranriWro. Thev were accom
panied a far ac the railroad by Mm.
Di'lla Gobi) and Geo. Hankln. the
latter taking the party
down In his
Governor West ha been Invited to
addre the Governor's Conferenrei
which mi'et In New York next month
on the subject of "Problems of Prison
Labor." and a specisl invitation is
"tende I for him to present hi view
on the subject.
The condition of C. C. Pratt, who
wa injured in an automobile accident
' ihM tu daL t M lim.. m in. larinil
I tuirv wkc m u iai uunviiiiiis, pvi
!nilt is feared that he cannot long
1 aurvlve. II iwcver. hi many friend
still ho do that he will yet recover
from hi Injuries.
R. ft Ptch. the "live wire." now
ha hi real estate office in the room
recently vacated by the Lakeview Tail
oring Co.. next to the Colorado House.
Ha n 1 itaroly gut lcate.l when he
effected a couple of sale and ho con
sider the outlook for a good business
Mrs. Frel AhUlrom and children are
back from their visit to Jackson county
relative. Their return was hastened
by the illness of the baby, but who is
home. Thev were
met at Klamath
Fall by Mr. Ahlstorm.
T. G. Dews, who recently purchased
the C. W. Dent ranch in Warner wa
in town the first of the week with a
supply of fine butler. Mr. Dew will
engage extensively in dairying and
his product will no doubc find ready
sale in this market.
Celsrville Ke or I : Mrs. Dola
Dewev. of Lakeview arrived here last
week, on a visit, and is the guest of
Mr. and Mra. F. L. Roberts. This Is
here first visit here for several years,
and her many old time friends are
pleased to aee her again.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Cory arc very
haopy over the arrival yesterday of a
101 pound daughter. Mrs. Corv is
(retting along nicely, but the attending
physician considers Mr. Cory's case as
Swanson Co. several days atro at a good
figure. Mr. Cressler is now the largest
individual cattle owner in the northern
part of the State and he will realize
about $40,000 from the sale of his beef
Mr. and Mra. F. A. Fitzpatrick weie
down from the ZX ranch visiting Lake
view relatives and friends. They made
the trip in their new Franklin, and
"Fitz" is becoming so expert in driv
ing it that his friends expect to hear
of his climbing a tree with it in
Mra. A. M. Noilon is exhibiting
nectarines and blackberries from the
famous John Briles orchard that are
indeed beauties. The nectarines are
highly colored and present a most
attractive appearanoe, while the black
berries are of a rich glossy black, of
good size and presumably of excellent
Luther Stevens, who some two years
since sold his ranoh out on the Klam
ath road, and left the country, is back
again. He spent a year at Tillamook
and at San Diego, but is pleased to get
back to Lakeview. Mr. Stevens owns
the lot immediately north of the
Umbach building and will erect a
building thereon providing he can se
cure a renter in advance.
Klamath Herald: The fire depart-' Meld, the aged father of the owner of
ment wa called out thin morning by an ! the house had become insane and in
alarm lent in from the home of Chester this state of mind set fire to the build
Avery. The blaze, which had juxtlng.
started, was of no consequence, and was I The old arentleman is 88 years of age
extinguished before the arrival of the, and has resided In this place for a
department. i nurnler of years. He wa taken this
Ji.J.n U.ilin.n ... in frnm Vll,. morning to Klamath Falls where he
H,i .nH r.rrf. th. n-
pie of that section patiently awaiting
the striking of artesian water 01 C.
W. K. Jennings' place there. Mr. Ede
ha the contract for sinking the well
and expects to "strike the flow in a
short time. '
Manuel Sanders ha consigned his
wool to Justice Rateman & Co.. of
Philalelnhia, on commission. Local
buyers refused to pav him what he con
sidered a fair valuation, and he there
fore took chances on selling it on com-
mission, ine sniomeni consisted soi
about 65.000 pounds. ,
L. F. Conn Thursday came in from 1
his Deeo Creek camp and reported ,
Mrs. C. and the children as enjoying ;
themselves to the utmost. He brought
mi . ( li.J s m '
in a lot of fine trout which he left at
Bailey & Massingill's fr distribution.
As unual the Examiner man was too
slow to get any of them.
Mrs. Jonas Norin has been named
as a candidate in the ; Klamath ion as a singer.
Herald's subscription content and her Miss Cobb has sung in grand opera
many Lakeview friends are flocking , in Europe under the name of Cobina
to her support. Mrs. Norin says that and hs met with unqualified success,
she really needs that auto, in fact Mr. Cort heard her in Europe and
must have it. and when she tackles j immediately engaged .her for the aea
you just surrender peaceably. I son of 1911-12. She speaks French,
A very pretty mirage occurred Mon-'
. . . . ....
iay morning wnen
the lake had the
appearance of extending to the city
limits. Houses, barns, haystack and
the like assumed mammoth propor
tions, while a high bluff of rocks
appeared along the west side of the
lake. The miraee occurred about 6
o'clock and is likely to apDear again.
Hobart. the 14-year-old son of Mr. I tne many j&y0us occasions she has ex
and Mrs. M. Striplin, last week fell D,rienced during her stay and hopes to
from the loft in J. C. Oliver'a barn on ; frequently visit Lakeview in the years
the West aide, and quite seriously
wrenched an arm. For a time it was
thought that the arm waa broken, but
later developments proved that such
was not the case, although several of
the muscles and cords were torn loose.
Ho, For Davis Creek
Fur Railroad Day at Davis Creek
the Davis Creek Orchards Co. has
provided four autos, leaving Lake
view at 1 o'clock p. m. If you are
contemplating assisting in the celebra
tion, and of course you are, you should
call at the company's office at once and
make arrangements for the trip. The
excursion train from Reno is due at
Davis Creek at 5 :30 Saturday evening.
, Fire at Bonanza
Bonanza Bulletin: The people of
this city were thrown into a state of
frenzy last evening by the sight of the
Fairfield residence being enveloped
flames, and before assistance could be
summoned the place had burned to the
Uoon investigation of the cause of
the fire it was found that U. J. Fair-
will be turned over to the proper au
thorities who will place him in the in
sane asylum at Salem.
One thing that was a feature in this
case was that a near relative of the
Fairfields. who came about fifteen
minutes before the blaze, from the
east, was just in time to lose about
$100. This is a aad affair and the
Fairfields have the sympathy of the
Popular Young Woman
Miss Esther Cobb, after soending the
Summer with her mother. Mrs. Delia
and unde Geo Hank,n8. Df
Lakeview. lett this morning for San
franeiaco to meet John Cort. under
whose management she is to appear as
the star in a new opera which is to be
staged in New York the coming sea
son. During ber stay here Miss Cobb
has made many friends by her attrac
tive and winning ways, and all wish
her unbounded J success in her orofess-
Gerraa.n ni.It",if'n "ue"VL"d,i!i
a pianiste of much more than ordinary
During her stay in Lakeview on
numerous occasions she favored ber
friends by singing popular airs, and
her departure is genuinely regretted
by all. Miss Cobb recognizes the high
esteem in which she is held here and
will alwava hold in fond remembrance
An adv intbe Examiner will bring
rwui'H try tt nod o:iv'n -m1 '
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.
LAKEVIEW : : : : : OREGON
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Come in and ask to see the model
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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.
Tribute to Mr. Dunaway
In renewing his subscriotion to the
Examiner. J. A. May. of 2903 Char
lotte Street. Kansas City. Mo., takes
occasion to pay the following tribute
to Genera! Manager Dunaway of the
"I note you are to have the N.-C.-O.
Railway with vou. I have known Mr.
T. F. Dunaway personally for nearly 30)
years. While bis road is narrow-guag-
ed. you will find him broad-guaged.
and he will meet the people of Lake
county and Lak.view more than half
way on any fair business proposition.
You will find him every inch a man
and there are many inches of him. Tne
more the people of your city know him
the better you will like him."
Bothered by Porcupines
John Silva yesterday was down from
his Warner Canyon homestead anl
reported that porcupines had been mak
ing havoc of his garden. Uo to dte
he has killed 12 of the animals, and at
present thev are not doing much dam
age.. Mr. Silva is raising cabbage and
celerv for the winter market, and the
outlook la fnvoratle for both vege
tables, although his celery is inclined
to go to seed.
Ollice Furnishings and Dentnl
Equipment complete, together
with an excellent practice es
tablished six years, for Bale.
Location one of the very best
in a rapidly growing town of
But two dental offices in town.
For further information, call
or address the
LAKE COUNTY EXAHIXER
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