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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1912)
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Lakeview : Oregon
120.00 per acre for 200 acres of timber land, clou in, easy terms.
$15.00 per acre for fW acres, 5 wile West of Lakeview; fine, dwp II, eay term.
$20.00 I'er -re for IflO acres fine grain land, seven mik-e from Lakeview, west.
Maw mill In flrnt clnse n1r, including a lame quantity of dry, fli.hpd lumber;
new log ami )H) ncrt-M of standing timlxr. Tin book wl l prove It to
m n floe Invwt incur.
HO Here of floe Umber on tin Wert HII. clone tn a saw mill
S3H acree, Avn claim, wlih improvement. Hellnqulehinent nn be secured Tefy
(heap, Ooofl and iM-ar tt, line of tbe O. fc. Kaliroad wlilcb will
be built through tbere In a time.
CM H), 00 For it iihw (I room lion, wondetiwl a ml
uoriuT lot,, IkouikI, 100 i 2Xt. rrulttrw
itml t'oll. u Htrwt. Kiity trms.
rhlckeii hoiiw. On a Urge
and Uwo, clou In, oa IHiwp
For ft-T'H in iikw Itnugalow, fin IiIih1 up-to duo homo, clm
to center of
town on IliTnnro Mtri-et. Kimy U-tw.
For f.-ioiMi i.fv liuiikitn'W, wooInIh(I and ililckcn lioure.
On ii Isrirn
rorm r I n, rciiwi, jihi x i.xi. j,iwn aim nue iruuiret oa
I'.ey t run
For it tv w 4 room Iioiim nii'1 wood elicd, lot fU x lift, good Iim-iiiIod.
Fur mi up in-il itfl new biiiigiilo, lu clioltt rmldi-nc art of ilm illy,
$131 0 (10
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TliritSDAY, .Itfi.Y 4. 1015.
Kalntxr on drHiulii at
Jack C.rten, of flush,
II. A. Hrsttsln Is down from Pauley
Children wlilie lr-mn, alM to
0 ycara. .skevlew Morcitstllo Co.
A. 0. Chrlatle, of the Chrlatle Lum
ber Mill, waa In town Tuesdsy for sup
plies. G. L. Ilolbrook, the aheepman, waa
In from ramp thla week oa a abort
Born, In Lakeview, Oregon. Tuesday
July 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Cbss. George,
County Clerk and Mrs. F. W. Payne
ere contemplating celebrating Inde
Imlem e Day at Paisley.
Jamea U. O'Cnnnor, tbe Warner Val
ley ranoher and atocaman, waa in town
the forepart of the week.
G. H. Gravea and W. J. Bradley,
both local businesa men, spent.Hundsy
in the Thomas Creek country.
Jss. Lane, tbe Silver Lake attorney
and brother. William, lest week came
down In the former'a new Chalmers
Hrirk work waa thla week etarted on
the Heryford tullding, aa well as plsc
Ing of the steel framing on the second
C. W. E. Jennings, the Valley Falla
real estate man and merchant, spent
several dya in the county aeat thla
Mra. Homer Pollard and children of
Oakland, Cel., daughter of Mra. Carrie
Downs, is here on a several week's
viait with relatives.
Den Llneban who waa employed as
aheep herder for Jim Barry, last week,
left for Colorado, where be expects to
W. T. Cressler, of Cedarville, was a
Lskevle visiter this week. Mr. Cress
ler Is father of Sam Cressler. of tbe
First National Bank.
Lost: last week In Lakeview a
email heart gold locket with chain.
Finder please bring same to thia office
and receive reward.
It is atated that Warner Snider, our
county Sheriff, made a record trip be
tween Lakeview and Paisley recently
bis time for a distance of P0 miles be
4ng 2 hours.
Hugo Leyva and Dave Foute, both
enthusiastic fishermen, returned the
forepart of tbe Week after aeveraldaya
apent on a camping trip In the Dog
At laat Tbursdsv's meeting of the
A.O.U.W., Chria Langalet waa elected
to tbe office of Overaeer to All the va
cancy cauaed by the removal to Corval
tis of Sam McKee.
County Clerk Payne bis week issued
a msrriage licenae to John Wealey
Meyera ana Miss. Lixtie Edltn Me
Callum, both of Silver Lake. The
groom is the son of Mra. Chaa. Kocb.
H. M. Nolte, of the Bailey & Mans
ingill store, and wife yesterday morn
ing were made happy by the arrival In
their home of a bouncing baby boy.
Both mother and aon are doing nicely.
Miss Kathleen O'Neill baa accepted
a position In the office of County As
aesaor A. J. Foster. Tbe work of that
office la rushed to its fullest capacity
at thia time, and neceasary assistance
Mrs. Kate Branham of St. Joseph,
Mo., arrived la Lakeview Saturday
night. Mra. Branham la the mother
ot.Mrs. F. J. Schralts. She will make
her home with Mr. and Mra. Scbmitz
at their ranch northwest of town.
Carload of lumber for the Fandango
Lumber Company, of Willow Ranch?
continue to arrive daily for tbeir local
yards. As yet, nothing but rough lum
ber has been reoeived, but some of the
finished product Is expected within a
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wateon, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Reynolds and Rev. Melville
T. Wire will this week leave for Port
land to attend the Klka Convention.
Tbe party will go to Bend In Mr. Wat
aon'a car and from there take the train
W. Hayden Fisk, a young dentist
recently of Portland, has purchased the
office fixtures of W. R. Boyd and will
practice dentistry In Lakeview. Hia
wife, who is now In Portland, wlil Join
him later and they will take up their
future residence here.
Why uot drink UalnlerT It'e TliK
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hammersley
were in town Mondsy.
Quite a large delegation of sheep
men are in town thia week.
Excavation work for the new Daly
building has now been practically com
pleted. Walter Sherloc. of Alturas, waa In
town Tuesday. He made the trip up in
Mr. ani Mrs. Henry Fox, of the
West Hide, were among Monday's local
"Wslk-Over" moving pictures shown
at Smlth'a picture ahow Friday night
Porter B. Woods and son, Clsude
fsrmers of the West Side section, yea
terdav were visitors in town.
Fred Mnlder, Jr. was In town over
Sunday from the Chandler ranch, in
the lower Chewaucan country.
One don houee driMe. ateortpd
pnti-ron and six' to close at reduced
pritve. Lakeview Mercantile Co.
The front of Leo Hasel'a shoe repair
shop wss treated to a fresh coat of
paint Tuesday. Jamea Judge, Sr. did
C. B. Parker and family of Plush
spent several daya in Lakeview thia
werk on a combined businesa and plea
Tan leather can be renovated by
being rubbed well with olive oil, fol
lowed by a polishing witb a piece of
A large number of local people are
apending the Fourth in Paisley, wbere
horse racea, float parades, etc, are
the order of the dsy.
The County Court at thla session
granted a liquor licenae to A. M. Bog
ner to aell aolrituoua liquors in tbe
North Warner precinct.
F. P. Lane, manager of the TT ranch,
waa over from Plush this week. Mr.
Lane reports everything going along
nicely in tbe Warner country.
An auto psrty consisting of Mrs.
Michael M. Barry, Miss Mabel Snel
llng and V. L. Snelling, Monday morn
ing, left on a viait to Burns.
Tboa. Flook, the Kock creek, aheep
man waa ahaking banda with numerous
Lakeview friends the Hrt of tbe week.
He reports conditions aa moat favor
able In bla section.
The Umbacb building at the rear of
the Brewery Saloon la thia week being
treated to a fresh coating of red paint.
Tbe work la in charge of Jamea Judge
and Fred Bartling.
H. K. Heryford and family who bave
been living at Lodl, Calif., writes the
Examiner that they bave moved to
Santa Crux, where they expect to lo
cate for the future.
S. J. McKee, who witb his wife left
Lakeview laat soring and located at
Corvallla, in the Willamette valley,
writea to have their paper addressed
Indpendence, wbere they are now liv
ing. Tbe grand atand and old bouse that
stood in wav of. the railroad track north
ot Slash atreet were moved last week
preparatory to laying the N.-C.-O.
track on a tangent lioe north from tbe
depot to the Y.
Tbe reuglar session of the County
Court convened Monday and Commis
sioners F. E. Anderson, of Fort Rock,
and C. A. Rehart, of Crooked Creek
are here in attendance. All bualnesswas
finished Tuesdey and court adjourned.
A very well attended meeting of the
Catholie Ladles' Altar. Society was
held last Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mra. Michael M. Brry. Re
freshments were served after the ne
cessary business details bad been at
Mr. Bradley, of the Bradley Engi
neering Co., of New Pine Creek, waa
a business visitor in the oity last week.
Mr. Bradley is a mining and civil en
gineer formerly of San Franciaco, and
has recently established an office in
New Pine Creek.
Franklin Cloud, son ot Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Cloud, last week returned to
Lakeview for a few weeks visit with
bis parents. For the past thirteen
months he has been employed at bis
trade as mechanio and mechanical de
signer in Stockton, Cal.
Klamath Herald: J. F. Kimball last
week received one of the finest canoes
ever brought Into Klamath county.
Tbe canoe was secured through the
Baldwin Hardware company, and was
built to Mr. Kimball's order by the
Stephenson conoern in Norway, Maine.
It la 17 feet long, and, being of can
vass, is extremely light, but will carry
seven passengers comfortably.
I Jin I it milt sule at Lakeview Mer
Ed Bond Is busy this week psinting
his houre on Dewey street.
Harry Rlgg, the Plush rancher and
stockman, was a Mondsy visitor. (
Lloyd Hiekerson went over to Klam
ath Falla to take In the celebration.
"Wslk-Over" moving pictures shown
at 8mlth's picture ahow Friday night.
"Walk-Over" moving pictures shown
at Smith's picture show Friday night,
F. A. Fitzpatrick. and fsmily of the
2.X ranch, came down Sunday for a
C. S. 8 tone, of Valley Falls, waa In
town Monday attending to some busi
The sheep sheering crews are begin
ning to return to town from the cor
rals, their work being at an end.
G. W. Rice, chief engineer of the
O. V, L, Co., haa purchased A. L.
Thornton's Interstate automobile.
Walter Fleminir, a prosperous farm
er of the Wjllow Ranch district, waa
seen upon our streets last Saturday.
Hucn Umbach haa accepted a posi
tion with tbe Lakeview Transfer Com
pany aa driver of one ot their teams.
Mrs. Thomsr Sullivan, of Plush, was
a visitor in town this week. Mrs. Sul
livan was welcomed by her boat of lo
Jules Jsosssud, wbo sometime ego
purchased the John Fitzgerald ranch
in Warner, was In town tbe forepart
of tbe week.
Miss Mildred Strutt returned Satur
day from Bidwell, wbere ahe spent sev
eral daya aa tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Miaa Emma Arzner is now on a visit
in Bidwell as tbe guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Wade Snider. Sbe expects to
be absent for a month or mora.
Mra. Wm. Gunther and mother, Mrs.
Roxie Cleland, and son Kelton and
Vinton Miller, Monday left for Mud
Creek on an extended Ashing trip.
Many finhing parties left town this
morning for tbe numerous creeka, etc.
in this section. Tbey will no doubt re
turn witb a goodly aupoly of trouL
Mike Barry, tbe Guano Valley abeep
man and rancher, waa in town Tuea
day. Mr. Barry states that thia baa
been a fine year for tbe aheep men.
Warner Snider tooa an auto load of
passengera to Pine Creek on Sunday
last. They started early In tbe morn
ing and returned in time for dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Foster, of Sum
mer Lake, were thia week's viaitora
to Lakeview. Mra. Foster is tbe daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hoy, wbo
are well known locally.
Among tbe abeep men in town during
the week were Jack Verling, Simon
Juanto, Dan Jones, Jack Kellliher,
Phil Barry, Jack Abearn, Con Curtin
and Michael M. Barry.
Mrs. Pearl V. Ingram, wbo haa been
visiting In and about Portland for
several months past, laat week re
turned here and went out to Salt
Creek to join her husband.
Norman Jaoobaoh, of tbe local Fre
mont National Forest, and wbo baa
been employed in and about Bend and
The Sistera during the winter, ia ex
Dected back bere during tbe coming
Weldon B. Cook, tbe aviator who
will make three flights in Altoraa dur
ing tbe 4th of July celebration arrived
in that place last week from Reno. He
will give three exhibitions in the, avi
ating art in Alturas.
Two 'Catholic Jeauit missionary
fathera are expeoted here about July
I4th. when tbey will commence a two
week'a mission at tbe local Catholic
church. It ia expected that they will
be heard bv many people during their
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Boyd and chil
dren left Wednesday for Portland,
where they expect to make their fu
ture home. During their residence
here they made a host of friends, all
of whom will be sorry to hear of their
John Murphy, a sheepbereder, waa
discharged from the local hospital sev
eral days ago after suffering from a
aevere attack of rheumatism. He is
now feeling considerably better, al
though unable as yet to make full use
of hia limbs and arms.
Some of tbe finest gardens that we
have ever seen have been raised thia
year In some of the yarda about town.
Those of S. F. Ahlstrom and G. D.
Brown, at opposite ends of town have
received much favorable comment, and
there are many others like tem. j
K-e t how li illit skirta at hulf price
at Lrftkcview Mercantile Co.
R. B. Jsckson, the Pslsley business
msn, wss one of last week'a visitors.
Mr. and Mra. Cy Henderson are in
from camp tola week on a sbort visit.
VA Deitrlc, of tbe T. E. Bernard
Hardware store, expects to spend tbe i
Fourth in Pslsley. 1
Today, being a legal holiday, the
local Government offices and the banka
are closed to business, j
L. C. Meyers, a well known local i
Stockman and rancher, waa in town tbe
forepart of the week.
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Lofftua and
children were in town lest week from
their Crsne Lake rsncb.
Frank Smith, wbo has a ranch down
tbe valley, waa another of the many
vl Is tors to Lskevicw during the week.
George Conn, the Paisley rancher,
was In town this week renewing ac
quaintances among many local friends.
C. A. Chslstrsnd, wbo baa a home
stead in tbe vicinity of old Camp War
ner, wss In town this week n business.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris, of Paisley,
were visitors here during tbe week aa
tbe guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Steve Moss.
R. A. Hswkins, of tbe Lakeview
Land & Lumber Company, and mana
ger of their local mill, ia now on ' a
viait to Burns.
Attorney T. S. Farrell, who wea
witness in the Willi trial, waa joined
by Mrs. Farrell at Klamath Falla and
tbev atayed'over for tbe celebration.
John Metzker and family, wbo bave
been living in Lakeview tbe past few
years will thia week move to Surprise
Valley where they will locate for tbe
Fathers McMillsn. of Klamath Falls,
and O'Rielly, of Alturas, will arrive
in tbia city next week to help conduct
tbe week'a mission at tbe Catholic
Among tbe Davis Creek people wbo
visited with us laat week were Mrs.
Robert Weir and Mr. and Mra. Claude
Seacer. All are well known former
Wafer Sherlock snd wife came up
from Alturas tbe first of tbe week in
tbeir auto. Mr. and Mrs. Cbaa. Sher
lock accompanied them borne to attend
tbe Fourth of July celebration.
Tbe mining boom locally received an
added impetus on tbe return from High
Grade of laat Sunday's excursionists.
Msny made tbe trip to the mines and
saw the operations In full swing.
Mrs. Lewis Wylde and children ar
rived from Prineville the forepart of tbe
week to join Mr. Wylde, wbo recently
arrived bere to act as local agent for
tbe Oregon Life Insurance Company.
O. L. Wood, local agent of the Wella
Fargo Ex Dress Co., this week bought
tbe Dr. Boyd bouse on Main atreet.
The bouse was sold furnished and Mr.
Wood and fsmily will occupy it im
mediately. Several couples attended the social
dance at Snider'a opera house Saturday
night. Tbe music was furnished by
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Volk, Chas. Wal
lace and Mr. Crutcben. It waa one ot
the beat affairs of tbe aeason.
Cbsrles H. Flory, of the District
Forest office in Portland, Sunday
morning, left for Paisley enrouta north
after having spent several days at tbe
local Fremont Forest office. Mr.
Florv mane many friends during his
Mr. Wakefield, aon of T. B. Wake
field of Warner Lake waa a visitor in
tne city tbia week, having made the
trip over in bis new five passenger
Hupmobile. The car ia a 1913 model
and waa the first of ita kind ever in
Ex-Mayor Fred T. Sanderson, of
Klsmatb Falls, died in Ashland June
30, of appendicitis. His death was very
sudden. For the paat eight years Mr.
Sanderson bad been prominent in the
upbuildine of Klamath Falla and hia
death will be a shock to that city.
Agent Claas reports a heavy load tt
passengers out on yesterday morning a
train. Several going oat to attend
Fourth of July celebrations and a
great number of California abeep
ahearera having finished the seasons
work here and leaving, occasioned the
T. J. Godfrey, wbo formerly travell
ed through this country with a show
troupe met with a serious accident at
Calouss, Cal., laBt week when be at
tempted to desoend from a baloon in
a parachute. He cut the parachute
when but thirty feet in the air and
came down in a heap. Ha austained
several broken bonea and waa render
Oftcrs the Best Close-In Home Sites in Lakeview!
Near Schools, Churches, Depot and Business Center.
Buy Now! Lots 50 x 125, $140.00 to $275.00
W. F. PAINE & CO.,
We carry the TaultW 0
Day Shirts, Night Shirts and
Pajamas so widely adver
tised in all the leading
magazines. Priced at
$1.50 to $2.50
Silk Soclta, in black and
colors, at 25c
Silk Plaited Socks, extra
quality, at 50c.
New Washable Ties, at
The "Keiaer" Barathea,
all bright Silk Ties, in a
variety of plain and fancy
50c to $2.50 '
We aell "BENJAMIN
Clothes, sold by all the
leading clothiers in the
land. Prices range from
$20.00 to $25.00
You will do well by look
ing them over.
All our LA VOGUE SUITS will
These are new goods and snappy styles.
Notice the following prices:
$15.00 Suits $!0.00$22.5O Suits $16.50
18.50 Suits 13.50 25.00 Suits 18.50
20.00 Suits I5:00 27.50 Suits 20.00
$30.00 Suits $21.50
About one dozen in the
lot, so come and get choice
as they will-soon go.
We also have a few 1911
Skirts we are closing out
at half price.
v these bargains!
It avoids the unsightly spot '
' - on front of neck. '
Ask to tee the New
at big reductions. g