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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1912)
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THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
R. H. KOGEKd
S. A. M US HEX
COT NTT 8CRVKY08
W. J. ARCHER
S. A. MUSH EN & CO.
SURVEYING, MAPPING AND
BLUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY
BLUE PRISTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, $1 00 EACH
WHITE PR1NT80F GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, $1.25 EACH
LAND REPORTS MADE
OP MY OWN
SUITABLE FOR HARD USAGE FOR SALE
If you cannot be Stted properly
orjoa have bad feet, ril make
you a pair of Shoes or Boots
to measure that will fit yon,
and will make them, if neces
sary t in one day. I absolutely
refuse to make Dress Shoes be
cause I am not equipped for it,
but if you want a pair of Shoes
that will wear, you can get
them here at reasonable prices.
Xalled bottom Shoes from $5.00
Hand-sewed welts from fS.OO
COT Satisfaction Guaranteed.
LEO II.VSEL. SHOEMAKER, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
Abstracts toO.V.L. Property
for each tract of land in Lake Co.
for each Town Lot in Lakeview,
Oregon, including first deed from
Get our special prices for Abstracts of Title to any
real estate in Lake County.
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
. Mm CORY,
LAKEVIEW . OREGON
Operates Stages, carrying United State' Mali, Esprcs and Passenger ea the
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW ; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUT0.10BILE5 OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE STAGES
FARES:- On Way Round trip
Klamath Falls Route . . . $10.00 $18.00
Davis Creek Route .... 4.00 7.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Lakeview . Stage Office
Plul .... Sullivan Hotel
Klaaserh Fall . , American Hotel
DavliCeck ... Stage Office
NEVADA- CALIFORNIA -OREGON RAILWAY
Dally Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at - - - 5:05 A. M.
Arrives atKeno, Nevada, at - -
'nam No. 1 leaves Reno, Nevad, at
Arrives at Alturas at
6:05 P. M.
8:45 A. M.
9:50 P. M.
S. P. Co's Trains leave Reno as follows:
No. 23 Leaven Reno tot fcao PranclHCo at 7 45 p m
9 Leaves Ueuo for Hub Francisco at 12:60 Midnluht
This train bow carries passengers and Hleeper may be occupied alter 0
P. M. dally
" 3 Leave Reno for frian Franoisco at 1:42 A M.
" 4 Leaves Jteno for the East at 9:40 p. m'
" 2 Leaves Reno for the East at 's-IJO P M.
24 Leaves Keno for Uoldfluld at ,9:V I M
AT HONEY LAKE
Nevada Stats Journal: Amadee
Lai.. reo. si. P red Mi me. manairer,
and Charles S. Knlirht, chief aerirul
turlst of the Nevada Sugar Cunnanv
jof Fallon. Nevada, are In Honey Lsk
1 vaiiev. signing uo suaar beet acreage
for thia year.
I The above named gentlemen, together
1 with John P. Holme, president of the
Standi!) Water eotnoanv, and Dr. B
B. Bolton, secretaiv of the East Side
ueveioomem oosra. visited severa
points of interest in the vicinity of
Amadee today, and the greater nor
tion of the Standish Water company
project of 2000 acres will undoubtedly
be plsnted to sugar beets. Msnv ran
chera will meet Mr. Hinte and Mr,
Knight at Amadee Monday evening to
aign contracts, and Honev Lake valley
will undoubtedly prove the greatest
aurgar beet section ot the country.
It is said that some beets grown
there have averaged as hrgn as SO per
The visitors were fsvorablv Impressed
with the country and were surprised
thst the growth of so Urge s valley,
200,000 acres, with so msnv natural
resources, has been so greatlr retarded
by lack of water for irrigation, when
it could be developed at nominal cost,
Information waa received that the
Honev Lake settlers have come to the
same conclusion and have called
meeting for Marcn 2 to petition the
government to reclaim Honev Lake val
ley with waters of Esgle Iske.
The N.-C-O. has today Quoted a rate
of tl a ton from Amadee on beets, and
willl shortly put on rstes on other pro
ducts of the fsrm in effect.
With more argicultural land than can
be osed and less workers thsn enough
to use it. Amadee has sent out a
csll to the world offering the free use
of 1100 acres of land under water and
capable of raising crops, to all who
Only one condition ia imposed and
that is that the land be put to use in
the raisin of sugsr beets. Seed will
be furnised free, to be paid for out of
the proceeds of the crop. Water will
te furnished, free and the entire pro
posal ia considered a suitable)' method
of advertising to the world the great
productivity of the land of Hdnev lake
It jtoq bare trouble In getting rid of your cold
you may know that you ere not treating It
properly There 1 no reaaoa wby a eoldshouhl
baog on lor weeks and It will not II you take
Cbaoibcrlaln'1 Cough lUmedy For sale by all
Numerous newspaper reports have it
that several gold strikes have recently
been made in Klamath county. The
latest is said to be in the region of the
Reno ia to have an aviation meet to
open March 8. and continue three days.
The meet will take place at the State
Fair grounds, and many sensational
flights are anticipated.
President Tsft has approved and forj
warded to congress the report of the
commission on second class mail mat
ter and recommended that the postal
rates on magazines and newspapers be
raised Irom one cent to two cents a
A dispatch from Maria, Texas ot
Feb. 27. states a lively battle took place
between American ranchmen, who
were defending the Nelson ranch, and
Mexican bandits. It seems tbat only
the strong bsnd of this country will
be able to restore peace.
Chinese warships have been ordeied
to the island of Java under instructions
to begin a bombardment ot the port of
Batavia if the Dutch government doea
not pay an indemnity demanded for the
killing of Chinese, said to have been
attacked by Dutch aoldiers.
On February 28 a severe battle is re
ported to have taken place between
the Italian troops of the Turkish forces
and their Arab alies. The battle oc
curred about 10 miles east of Tripoli on
the Mediterranean, with heavy loss
among the Turks and Arabs.
Atluraa New Era: We have just re
ceived the announcement that Daly
B. Robinett will open his law office in
Alturas. on Monday, the 11th of March,
Mr. Kobinett formerly was a resident
ot Willow Ranch, in this county, and
has many friends in Modoo. who pre
dict unlimited success for him in the
profession which he has chosen.
The indications ot soring have
brought forth the usual amount of
"Spring Poets." The Examiner is in
receipt of certain effusions which we
have been requested to publish. Some
of the inspirations are quite clever,
yet it is necessary before publishing
contributions that they be accom
panied bv the name of the writer.
Klamath Press : J. B. Griffith, ex
county judge, has returned from a trip
through Lake county, taking in Pine
Creek and Lakeview. having been gone
about six weeks. He sava the Lake
view people feel pretty good over the
appearance of the railroad. Mr. Griffith
savs that the country in general Is
looking pretty good for large crops the
MUCH LANDS FOR
There is no section in the United
State today with tne onnortunitv for
homesteaders as In Southern Oregon,
A man ran take 820 acre or 100 acres
as homestead and also ICO acre as a
desert clslm. His wife Is also entitled
to a 320 acres desert clslm. The land
ia all the same, the only difference Is
in the method of obtslning title. You
are reauired toliveunon the homestead
and make substantial Improvement
thereon, and with the desert claim
vou must have good improvements and
establish a permanent Irrigation sys
tem, although not reauired to live on
During January more than 30.000
seres of land in Oregon and Montana
were recommended bv the United
States Geological Survey for dealgna
tion as entersble under the enlarged
homestead act, and 23.097 acres pre
viously designated under thia act ware
reported to the Secretary of the Inter
ior as not entersble and canceled as
such detailed examination having ahown
the lands to be susceptible of irriga
tion. The total area on January 31.
1912 which had been classified bv the
survev as enterable under the enlarged
homestead ect was 109.476.9,r6 acres.
A Good Position
Can be had by ambitious young
men and ladles in tho Held ol ' Wire
less" or rallwar telegraphy. Sine
the 8-hour taw Iteoanis effective, and
since the wlrtOwte compttult a are. es
tablishing stations throughout the
country there I a great abort ngn of
telegraphers. Portions psr begin
er from 70 to $00 per month, with
good chance of ndvnnrenient. Tho
National Telegraph Inxtltntln" of
I'ortlntid, Ore., operate under siiMr
virion of R. K. nod wlrele oflit'lnls
and place all gradnatia Into jiomI
tlona. It will pay you to write tliem
for full (letnls.
Oregon is to have the first selection
of huilding aites on the grounds of
the Panama-Pacific Exposition and an
excursion of representative business
men of the state will be organised to
go to San Francisco and make a choice
of land on March 14. Receiving a tele
gram from C. C Moore, president of
the exposition, that the report of the
architectural exposition had been con
cluded and tbat atate building sites
would be ready for selection on March
14, Julius L. Meyer telegrsphed Fri
day night asking a confirmation of Ore
gon's right to first choice.
'Oregon wsnts the first minute of
the first day opened tor aelection of
sites for stste buildings." be ssid
nsmelv March 14. and a delegation
representing the state will arrive in due
time, and make itself known to you.
ready to start upon the great work of
assisting its sister stste in making thia
exposition the greatest the world has
ever known. I wsnt your conrflmation
of the first selection of site and date
named, so thst we can atsrt the work
of publicity forthwith."
Victor and Edison
Disc and Cylinder
ON SALE AT
Hall & Reynolds
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
President ,. Wlllsw II. Tail
Vice President Jenieea.Sheimao
Secretary id mats 1'hllainler V. kno
Seen isry i.l Treasury Preeklln MecVelgh
-tecretary "' Jeoob M. Im klneon
Attorney timers!. ... ,wr W. W Ir-ketabam
Poatniaaier tieneral Prank II. Illulioock
Sei'relerrnf Navy (leorge Von U Meyer
Secretary Interior W, A. Maker
Secretary ol Akrlnullui Jauiva Wilson
axoreirryol Coinraorve Clierlcs Nseel
Uhleljiiallc t hsrl.-s Pilward White
V. S. Pension t'ommlsetmiet
ST. S. Hlcherda, U. S. Land t'oiiiuilaaiuuei
Svcretary of Stale, ,,
supt. I'uuiltt Inairecllon, ..
Dairy and Food Com
... Oswald Weel
... H"n , Olrotl
,. l llma. It. Kay
., A. M.t rsoiord
. I., H. Altlprmatt
I. M . Halley
0. S. Senator J Uvo K t ii.i.i..rlala
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Uousressmen a. W. Un.riy
CMI Juitl.ie R. H, Boas
P. A. Moot
I. A. Mi hrlUe
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Register Good Stock
Prof. K. L. Potter, of the animal
husbandry department of the Oregon
Agricultural College, in bis capacity as
secretary of the Stste Stallion Regis
tration Bosrd. hs issued to sll owners
of stallions or lacks in the state a let
ter in which be offers to keen on file
n the office of the board a list of all
uch animals ss are for sale, provided
that thev are properly registered.
The purpose of the board in estab
lishing this list of registered animals
for sale is to encourage still further
the raising of well-bred horses. From
time to time In the past there hsve
been inquiries aa to a place of purchase
by men interested in breeding good
animals. Alresdv the board has a list
of considerable site from which pros
pective purchasers msv choose. The
service to both buver and seller is en
tirely without fee.
W. E. PAINE & CO.
JilutSenklur O. II. Marrymaa
111 P Hoi pap
U.S. LAND OPTICS".
Arthur W. Orion ,., ReatsUr
fred P t'touemlllcr
(llllMrt I). Ilrnwn Htihrrvlsor
Neleuu J. Iiiiiiiiss tirailn Aaaisiaut
Normal) Jai'otieuu furrat Aaaiaianl
1. P. Iirounau ror. .1 clerk
'else B. Dale
Wet P W. Payee
Sarin M H HU.def
County Sutrk luiMwtor
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.... J. u.. Minna
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TOWN OS LAKSVISM.
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LAKKVUW t'OMMikHl'lAL I LL'B
Plealdvnt f. u HrllUa
V Ice Pr.aideiil Blnmr O. Ahi.ir..,.
eeuretary k, t,. fc,u
Treasurer tram Pitch
irusie J. W. Muoter, U. V . Miiraan.
W. P. Match
The Reflex Edge
keeps out every drop of water from the
freed of the PATENTED
Fish Brand Reflex Slicker
fnakin this the only thoroughly water
proof garment oa the market. Sun
pie, aaay to laeten only 5 buttons. You "II
had the RsJUa very serviceable.
timl A Iower Co
Tru anawTi Towec Canadian Co., Ltd.
'flXBWV pcsi. Toronto.
rinur mitiiopimt t II I' Hi; II .e UN DAY
eohuol at It) a. iu. Prcaohliig stery buuday at
II a, m. and 7;ao p. m. ki.w.irlh li,u.
.H-..,,-...,uv m m.-, i rarer ateviiu' inn
'r i. my, iu. i.noir mretluf at t:eup,
ualk'S' Aid h.err Wtlnrsilsy at 1 ;ao p.
Sterybuuy cordially lnmie.1 to all em love.
M . 1 . M IKk, Paatur.
nturr UAPiiKr cm Kin op i.askmkm
t reachiug servbj at 11 A M and 7:au p M oa
1st and Jrd euu. cunday Hchmd at 10 A at.
uuiur tkKilety at s:i pit. a,nM toun
J eofle's ( nioa at t-.m P M on eaib Sunday,
rrajrer Meetiu at T:SU p M Wednaa.jay ere
Bins. krerylHidy IuHI.hI to ettruS all ear.
"" kkV. A. P.SIMMONS
CAIUOLIC I 111 Hi II- kVKH Y Hl'MiAY MAHS
eis:waud lua.ui.; Kuaery al T:i o.ia Maee
014 wMkdBjsal7:uue ui. rHrvlr..ln the New
,Mt"'lTltKUh lll hi II OP LAKK.
1,1 U.".T.'" aiU M""U "all. buuday
HibiMil at IU:iw A.il.: iium rrvireat 11-tsS
fceuln Berriie at 7:. Prayer Vlclin on
Medii.daye at 1 -to P.M. All are cordially .
VIUhI. KhV. W. S. PKYnt, 1.. It . Pastor.
Mr. V. E. French. Immirgation
Agent in chsrge of the Great Northern
Oregon exhibition car. baa stated thst
the use of moving pictures showing the
opportunities in Oregon now being
used in connection with lectures and the
exhibit car in Indiana are proving a
great success. The people hsrdly be
lieve the up-to-dste way of farming
now carried on in this state.
Our esstern friends are very aiucb
interested in the pictures of the large
crowd of enthusiastio surroundings
Mr. Hill at the ceremony of the "Driv
ing of the (iolden Spike" at bend, and
particularly in the parade of all of the
school children at Bend. Their impres
sion was. that Central Oregon was not
as thickly populated as it ia.
Advice was sent on to Grindlv. Ind..
the next town, to the effect ,that the
Great Northern Exhibit car with its
Oregon display of agrioulture. fruit
and timber products, had a very Inter
esting lecture and set of moving pic
tures ; which tends to show that the
moving "oictues and lectures used in
connection with these exhibition cars.
will be a great help in securing a large
number xtt settlers for Oregon and the
W. tl. Aver, of Portland, president
of the Eastern & Western Lumber
Company and chairman of the special
good road committee appointed by Gov
ernor West last week, has called a
meeting of the committee at the Mult
nomah Hotel at 11 o'clock this Feb.
2G, it will be the function of this
committee to consider all of the pend
ing bills for good roads legislation and.
if possible, evolve measures that will
meet with the approval of the voters
when submitted under the initiative
In the general election next November.
Ifornla and Nee ad
Lire Slock Protee
Ion Association, e
('iWWllil & whli-h the under
J T J T Igned la member
' tfjl.1 will elee 1 1, (00 OS
I 'W, t V v reward (ol evidence
( .''t ' - leadliia to the r
' , ,'A-",T- faSiJfeet and oonrlotlon
' ' ' ? bTLlot 7 P"X or par-
" A I tlesstallii( horses.
cattle or inulra be
loniflur toany of Its
la addition to the above, the undersigned
jfferson the same condition IM0.00 for all hors
es branded horse-shoe bar ou both or either
law. Brand recorded In eight counties. Kange
Harney, Lake and Crook eoaotles. Uorses
rented when sold.
None bat grown horses sold, and only la large
w. w. bbowk. rue. Oregon.
SHINGLE MILL OUTFIT
Consisting of boiler,
engine, mill with 2 saws,
1 drag saw outfit, wag
on and logging dray.
Will sell cheap.
ml4 See J. A. WOODS
PlrleT SAPTmt tJHl ht II OS IMHMlK I 4 K
'f "' 'ek, Oregon. Preaching aar
. oa at 11 A M aud T:so r M of each Sunday
ol ererv month. Suudsy Ht-houl at lu A at
Prayer Service at 7:uou naluvalay eveulua
...?'ti' J'- . A" ru 'dlaily luvitedto
ttlvud lb aervk-ea.
kV. L K. HKNDKhHON,
LAK.fcVlt.tt UJlMiK No. 71, A. P. A A. M. Hold
atatiMl uisuUues katurda on or U-lora foil
moon. January a. Hi. March ind. March Ssth
I'"' iu, May mu, June attli,
I ii an.
Ihuuiuson, V.. M. A. M . Ortou, oeo'y
i 7th. May nth, June auih, llt. hpeclal
lues upon call, generally Saturday svea
Mailing hrulhreu welroiue. W. Lair
A O. U. W.-LAKKV1KW LOlXiX NO. til,
Meeu every seooud and fourth Thoradar o?
each niouih, In Masonic Hall, Lakeview.
t-haa.1uunlugsen.st. W. Wn. uunthsr, U.
ut0K,?K,.OK. "ooR-LAKiwiiokk u.u;
h.,!-I7.I),H- A-O. U. W., Meets .. i una
third rhursdaysol each mouiu , mn"o
Hall: start fnai. c. ol u j u-n. . ' ,
I. O. O. P LAKKVIKW UllJOK, No. SI. I
O. F., meets every Saturday eveulug 4
rellow 1111. at f:SUo'ulHik. frout uomwl J
u April 1, aud at S oiclock from Apri. 1 10
September SU. U. U. ilemls, N. O.I 1
1. O.O.r.-LAKEVJfcM ENCAMfkikM ki.. .
I. O. f ), p., meets the Srat snd third Tour
l,..,,rBiu,' ea'0 mo,,,u dd Pellows
Hall. Ukvvlew. C. D. Arthur. C. P., A, H
(TTTGood wiring is
il the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it.
il, 1. 0. 0.F., meets the soooud aud .oiirth
ma., v ""' r, N Mi.s Ixulw Ho,?.
Uulm' SeS-'y tfuuU,,' l'urerj M.li.
O.K.S.OKJKNTAL CUAPTKH. NO a.
view. Oregon.-Meets on Tuesday, ou , hit ,
Visiting members are cordially lovlteo.
Annum W. ORTON
All I'ructlce Except U. 3.
Lta.ua Odlce Business.
Attorney at Law
and Noury Public
OFPIC-Daly Building. ke"- --
l-aitd Hatuira Mpe-nlalt
OPflCB Daly Bnlldlug.
Land and Law Ofilce
Abstrsctor of Titles
ttstabllshsd lk&S Lak.yiew. Or
W. 1-AIR TilOMl'BON
Attorney at Law
OlHce In O. V. L. Coa Building.
S. A. MUH11EN.
Surveying- and Knglneerluir
Hulte No. 1 Lakeview
Watson Blot Oregon