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Lake County Examiner
Official Paper of Lake County, Oregon
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Lakeview. Oregon, Thursday, September 7, 101 1
New Pine Creek Items
The taxpayers vied to bond the
Xellv Crk School DiHiict for $4000
to build a rew jcrocl hoiwe at the
cbool election August 15. The dis
trict ii aoly in reed of a rw school
house. The lumber has teen tooght
and is teirff hsuled bv K S. Benhsm
from the Fandaneo Sawmill.
Dr. O. E. Patteron has bought a
fine laree automobile.
A. R. Farmer hile notkirg on one
of the towers of the tramwa at the
Mountain View mine was thrown off
by one of the cables to the ground and
has a bsdlv mashed knee. Dr. Patter
son dretffd the wound. Mr. Farmer
was brought to New Fire Creek by
Fred Hnirenle? rd rieirnr Werdt.
W. H. Cannon baa a stock of com on
exhibition at the Post Office which
measures eleven feet and five inches
Tour correspondent took a trio to
the Mountain View mine last Monday
and were surprised to see the work
order -a there. The ccmrany is
ylscing thousands of dollars wort'i of
improven ents. Thev are just com
pleting the trarowav which will carry
the ore over the hill to the stamp mill.
A large new boarding houte is being
built and we are informed several
thousand feet of lumber is to be hauled
for a rew bunk house and so on. In
going over the road from rine Creek to
the rflii.es we vete surprised to find
such an easy srice. The new road
just built bv the Consolidated Mining
Co. is still soft but after it packs it
will make a good easv grade to travel.
Tfce 6cerery is ;ertainlv great. It is
our belief that the Hoasr Mines will
some dav be a summer resort as well
aa a great mining' camp.
Dr. E. H. Amsden is a very sick
man and Dr. Smith, of Lakeview has
been in attendance on him this weea.
Jinks Plummer who has been sick
for the last few months was seen on
tie street a few davs since.
Mr. ' and Mrs. Carl Adeen and
Theodore Fleming- returned a few davs
' since from a two weeks camping trio.
Daniel Boone our new business man
has moved his stock of goods from
Lakeview to the new building just
completed by Lester Vernon and
J. L. Cannon and family left for
Cloverdale last Mondav.
Several Indians are ex Dec ted to come
here tbis fall for tbeir winter supplies
in the lire of fruit and vegetables.
Quite a little excitement was caused
last aurday morning- bv three different
runaways. The first was a horse rode
by Miss Minnie Henderson that ran
awav with her and scared Joe Reed's
horse which was hitched to a buggy
that stood in the roadway. Mr.
Reed's horse was rot hurt but the
buggy was badly wrecked. A short time
afterwards Albert Fleming came up
the road with a team hitched to a
buggy going about a mile a minute.
He stopped the team without any
H. W. Reed, our shoe and harness
maker has returned to his business
after spending some time m the hills
un a vactation and while away made
posts to fence his homestead and cut
his winter's wood.
Bert Reed is hauling machinery.
wateroiDes. shingles, etc.. from here
to the mines.
Mrs. Killa Harvev is chief cook at
the Consolidated Mining Company's
There will be a dance in the large
new boarding house at the Consolidated
Mining camp as soon as it is completed.
Lets all go up. girls, you will find a
bunch of fine jolly good fellows up
Looking: for Potash
Sent to Lake County to examine the
depoait surrounding Abert and Sum
mer Lakes, is the mission that has
brought Prof. Edward E. Free. Physi
cist of the Department of Agriculture
here. Thin gentleman, probably one
of the moat expert inthe department,
will examine the soils' of the alkaline
lake an i report as to the potash con
tent contained therein as well as the
many other aalU that are believed will
be found. This will mean much to the
development of this industry, for if
potash ia found in ua.viiiir quantities li
will otrer lare possibilities in the em
ployment of men and machinery to
j Uooh tjainlli,e World loves ycu;
i war, loadraae
(ii joth. '
thre Kinlha, "
K aoi paid la adtaoc. $1(0 tbt ti
N.tk t SabMrito
Sntwcniwri to Th. inln.f who imow
front our locality to another, or rhaua
th.lr rvotoiflpe atldrna .hould rfBifmbfl to
drop tola oltlc a rud ao their paper ni b ad
tmw4 to the rtf bt poatoBJoa.
Davis Creek Items .
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Barnea, of
Lakeview were visiting friends and rel
atives here. Mr. Barnes can see a big
change in Davia Creek.
Mrs. S. J. Dutton is visiting Lake
view friends the paat week.
Large shipments of freight are
arriving dailv and large freight out
fits can be aeen at the deoot loading
for the northern country.
1 The combined harvester has been
running for the past few dava and
threshing whett for the Davia Creek
J Mrs. A. R. Berry and Mrs, Henry
Hansen left Monday tor Surprise Val
ley by way of the N.-C-O. to Alturaa.
r A. F. Arbuckle. of Ft. Morgan.
Colorado baa been visiting bis son.
Lee. Mr. A brock le is very much
pleased with the country and expects
to return here to make his home. J
Joe Leonard, of Alturas has been
visiting nia parents for several davs
and while here captured a large buck
in the hills esst of Davis Creek.
.' Ernest Hartlerode expected to start
his thresher the fore part of this
f ; A party of five men from Chicago
came in on the excusrton from Reno
to look over the Davis Creek Orchards
Co. tracts. Tbey were so well pleased
that each purchased a tract and have
made arrangements to have them
plowed at once. ;
Fiancisco & McLain bave finished
their contract and moved their outfit to
Honey Lake Valley to Mo some repair
work on the N.-C-O. Railway.
Jack Taylor, of Colusa. Cal.. is
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Volk spent a
few days in Alturas last week. TT.
Wm. Dram is now acting as night
clerk at New Hotel Dutton.ji .
The engine on the out going train
Monday was derailed but no damage
was done only a delav of a few hours.
H. F. Sbeelcr. a photographer of
Sisfon. Cal.. cas been taking some
pictures of the valley that are fine;
or.e photo frcm Sugar Hill showing
Mt. Shasta. 125 miles away is ex
ceptional. He tcok two large views
5ft. x lift, alco several local scenes
and has seme made up in postal cards.
Some covetous person took Shone
McKendree's suitcase from his room
in the Oregon House. Sixtb and Klam
ath Avenue, last night about 8:30
o'clock. McKendree is a well known
sheep buyer from Oakland, was out
at the time, and the door was not
locked. The contents of the grip were
valued at $100, No clue to the thief i
has been found. The poiice department
was notified. Klamath Chronicle. J
Paisley Pick-ups i
The party of viewers, headed by As
sistant County Surveyor Roeers. who
were sent out by the county court to
survey the road from Paisley to
Wagontire, returned to this place Thurs
day of last week. Thev report that it
will be quite inexpensive to put this
road in excellent condition. The
distance from here to Alkali Lake is 36
miles, fiom there to Harney county
line at Waeontire is 24 miles. This
road will be an acquisition to the
We ate informed bv one of the mem
bers of the school board that thev
were disappointed by a teacher whom
they had engaged in the east and this
accounts lor their having no teacher as
yet. One will be secured however, as
promptly as possible.
A few years ago it was not an un
common occurence to see a lot of riders
come to town and. as the saving goes.
"shoot it up. In all frontier towns
there has been an era of lawlessness
which has gradually given away to
peace and order. Paisley is no excep
tion, but the time has come when a
stand must be taken against the mob
rulejthat has so often bad sway. No
community with any self respect can
tolerate acts such as were pernctrated
Saturday night and Sunday morning.
To ufee a phrase that expresses the
meaning forcibly, "the rough stuff will
have. to be cut out." Decent citizens
will not stand for it and if it is neces
sary to jail a few people in order to
preserve the peace this will be done.
There is only one way to'obtain the
proper potecticn against such rowdyism
and that is to incorporate the town
and elect peace officers including a
marshall. who will be paid to be on the
job all the time. We need a man to
make it hla sole business to preserve
the peace. And onlv thus can we have
a decent orderly town.
There it m great opportunity for
someone with a little money to make
more by building a few residence! for
rent We know of Ave peoole who
want to rent houses and cant' find any.
L - - J
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
F"K BALE Fine Wool lltiok Rama
and I'oland China Hoar I'ina, en
quire I. N. oouverm) A Son, New
I'ioe Oven. Sept 7-2S
FO iTsAl.E J50 theS of NWJ( of
8Kl4 ol Hoc. 6, Twp.-SU It. 17, aUo
lot 1 in block HU of O V H'o.'i
Ad. M. P. V amr, 123 Bo. Pickering
Ave., Whlttler, al. rept7-H
WANTED Oootl houmkwping ruaga
ine requires the eervlcea of a repre
tentative In lakeview, to look
aficr subacrtntlon renewals and to
extend circulation by special meth
ods which have proved unusually
Mcccsfiil. Salary aul c imtniaxlon.
Previous experience drslrable. but
not eeMontlal. Whole time or spare
time. AddrvsH, with refervneea. J.
F. Fairbanks, Good Housekeeping
Magnxiue, 3dl Fourth Ave.. New
FOR SALE-Ixit "loT Mock S. lke
view; also the N.4 of 8i of 8E' of
NEK, s. T- K- 20 "ir binke
vlt-w Oregon, to htgheat bidder for
cash and quick sa'e. Or w III tr de
lor Southern California property.
O. D. Hutchison, llarstow, Cal.
NOTICE FOR ITBLlCATIoN
Not Coal I jxod
Department of the Inuerlor. IT. S!
Land t)tHc at Lakeview, Oregon,
epteiuher 5, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Richard
(. Mahooey, of Pliirh, Oregoo, who.
on July 5. 1 9ot', made HoineMlnad
entry No. !i". Serial, No. 01347, for
K MV .4 Ixits 3. 4. 5, R. Beet Ion 10.
Township 3jS, ItaiigelM Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of tnientloii
to make Final five year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the laod above des
crllie.l. iH'f ore the Reglnter aud Ite
celver ol the Cnlted stales Land
Office, at lakeview, Oregon, on the
Nth day of Octoher 1911.
Claimant names as witneiites:
ChaMea Koliertson, Walter !elit.
Philip Lynch, Pat Murphy, all of
A. V OKTON. Register
NOTICE TO CREDI TOKS
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Lake.
In the Matter of the 1
Estate of f
PRATT, Deceased, i
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given, that I, the
undersigned, Josephine S. Pratt, have
been duly appointed Admnititratrlx of
the Estate of Christopher C. Prutt,
deceased, by Hou. li. Daly, Judge of
the above entitled Court, by an order
duly made and entered in laid Court
and matter on the 6th day of Septem
ber, 1911, and have duly qualified as
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to
present the same ' to snld Admins
tratrlx, duly veritl.d and accompani
ed by proper vouchers, within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice, at the office of
L. F. Conn, in l-akevlew. Lake Couuty,
Dated, nnd t'n.-t published, Septem
ber 7, 1911.
JOSEPHINE S. PRATT,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Christopher C. Pratt, Deceased.
NOIICE H: PL IHJCATION
(Not Co;il Liindsj
Department of tbe interior, U. 8.
Laud Office at Lakeview, Oregon,
September 1, 191 1.
Notice is hereby given that Julius
Schuster, of Silvtr Creek, Nebraska,
who, on Octolar 31, lulO, made tim
ber aud stone application No. 01093,
for NWj; SWfc. NW, Sec. 8,
S NE4, Sec. TTowmihlp MS, Range
IS t,, Willamette Meridian, has tiled
notice of in len tlon to make final proof
to establish claim to the lund above
described, before the Register and lie
ceiver uf the I'niteil States Laud OHlce
at Lakeview, Oregon, on the 9th dav
of November. 1911.
Claimant names as nltuesHes: An
ton Schimter, of Lakeview, Cregon;
William Wilson, of Lakeviuw, Ore
gon; Louis Schuster, of Silver Creek,
Nebraska, ahd J. W. Juckuao, of Sil
ver Creek, Nebraska.
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior, United
States Land OfUce, Lakeview, Ore
gon, September 5, 1911.
To Oscar Vogel, of St Louis, Mo.,
You aie hereby notified that James
E. Calderwood, who gives Adel, Ore
gon, as his poMtottiee address, did on
September 5, 1911, file In this tttiue his
duly corroborated application to con
test and secure the cancellation of
your homestead entry No. 3703. serial
No. 0fir,2. muile Iecerol-r 28, 1100, for
lot 2, SWNE'i and Wi r.E. sec
tlon 2, township 37 South, Range 25
East, Willamette Meridian, and as
grounds for bis contest he alleges
that paid eutryuian never settled
upon, Improved or cultivated any
part of said lauds, nor has he ever
resided tbereou, and still falls to re
side upon, cultivate or Improve the
same, or any part thereof.
You are. therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will lie taken
by thls.ollice as having U'en coiifeiHed
by you, and your ald entry will be
canceled thureuuder without your
further right t be heard therein,
either before this ciffiee or on appeal,
if you fail to file In this office within
twenty days after the FOURTH pub
lics) Ion of tbis notices as shown be
low, your answer, under oath, speci
fically meeting and responding to
theee allegations ol contest, or If you
fail within that time to file In this of
floe dee proof that you have wrml a
copy oi your una war on the mild con-t-ntiuit
either In iron or by reirla
icred mall 11 thl aervlo I" mida hr
the delivery f a copy ol your anawer
to the eonteetant In pemon, proo p(
auchsvrvlre mint te elth.rih audi
contestant's written m knowleiUment
ol bin receipt of the copy. bilK he
date ol ita receipt, or the ntlbUvIt of
the peraon by whom the ilt-llvery waa
I BARGAINS !
If Taken At Once
Are you coming to town Jo spend the winter
and give your family tne benefit of the schools
here? You want a place to live when here. Why
not get the best at a price khat demands your at
tention. The homes owned and now occupied by
our families, in the best portion of this beautiful town,
are for sale at a bargain price on account of the fact
that we are transferring our interests to Davis
Creek where we are heavily interested.
Close to the new High School. Streets graded.
Side walks. City water. Electric lights. Houses
equipped with all modern conveniences. Good
barns. Fine location for a home in every sense of
These houses were not built to sell two years
ago when they were completed, but are the result
of what we thought a fine home should be for our
own use, and such we intended them to be until our
plans have changed. We are not selling them at
a profit but to use the money in other ways that
are important to us. Our plans are your gam in
every sense of the word. If you care to give your
family the same advantages that we have enjoyed
this is a rare opportunity for you. The real value
of this property has enhanced considerably since we
improved it aud the coming of the railroad is raising
prices higher every day. You will never have such
an OPPORTUNITY as this again. Now is the time
to buy and your chance is lessened with every
hour you delay getting these rare bargains.
For prices and terms see SEAGERS, Owners.
SEAGER BROS., Lakeview, Ore.
The Home of Good Values
ALL $4.00 VALUES, - $3.00 ALL $2.50 VALUES, - $1.65
" 3.50 " - 2.50 " 2.25 " - 1.50
" 3.00 " - 2.00 " 2.00 " - 1.45
" 2.75 41 1.85 " 1.75 " - 1.25
made atatlnir w1mb and where the
copy wa dt'lifrrrd; if made ly rR.
I Utwvd mall, proof of mich iH'rvl.i
ttni't conalMt of the nfTWuvIt of the
pnmn by whom the copy wen madi d
atatlnff wbon and Hip iOHtofllce to
, whirh It was mailed, and thlanflt
! davit iniiKl te ac onipnnled liy the
j poatmniter'a rcrn'tot for the letter. !
I You alioulil atale In your nnawcr '
, the name of the poatolnce to which
100 Pair of Ladies' Low Cut Shoes at
We also have a number of Bargains in
Ladies' High Shoes
& MASS IN GILL
yon irlre future notpfa 10 nesent
AIM II Kit W. OKTON. IWlMtor.
pHte of first publication. h pti
her 7. IM1.
Date nf acconil publication, r-'rpteni-ber
Pule i f third publication, Heptcm
Dale I fourth publication, Hep tola
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