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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1913)
The Holiday Season
Come and give us a call before fitting out for
your vacation time, whether you go camping or
by rail. We have a complete line of Men and Boys'
Wearing Apparel for the vacation season.
Heavy ribbed corduroy and whipcord guaran
teed Trousers, Flannel Shirts, High-cut Shoes and
Light-weight Outing Hats, all appropriate and
reasonable in price.
We also have a full line of Package Goods and
Groceries, Canned Vegetables, Meats and Pickles,
also a full line of Cooking Utensils.
Oranges and Lemons priced at fifty cents a dozen
Butterick Patterns and Delineator for September
Ladies' Oxfords & Pumps priced for quick disposal
Gents' Summer Hats, worth up to 75c, now 50c
Men's Fall & Winter Suits priced from $15 to $20
NEW PINE CREEK DEPARTMENT
DEVOTED TO LIVE NEWS NOTES OF THE STATE
LINE TOWN SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
THE QUALITY STORE
WEST SIDE HAS
GOOD MAIN CROP
Late Rains Delay Harvest
ing But Grain Is Matur
A large acreage of grain and wheat
that will yield from twenty to twenty
tive buanels per acre is the encourag
ing status in the grain situation on the
West Side, according to Wm. Woods
of that section who was in town Sat
urday last. He states that harvesting
will be later than usual tbia year
owing to the heavy rains, bat asys
that the product will be thoroughly
matured with a lew more warm days
such as at present. He reports that
the headers will start in about a week
or ten days, which will probably make
it thirty days or more before any local
grain will be put on the market.
While it is as yet problematical re
garding the opening prices for grain
this year it is expected that they will
be about the same aa last year, which
was $1.00 per hundred for barley and
$1.30 for wheat.
Preparing: Relief Map
H. M. Parks, director of the Stale
Bureau of Mines and Geology, Solon
Steid and A. M. Swartley passed
through Lakeview yesterday in a Cad
illao car, arriving by way of Klamath
Kails. They are all associated with
the State Mines Bureau and are cover
ing the southern portion of Oregon in
preparing relief maps and securing
data and information on mineral re
sources of this part of the state. By
an act of the last session of legislature
an adequate appropriation was made
to carry on this worn over the entire
state, wbicb will be completed this
year. They continued to Paisley yes
terday afternoon and will later visit
Plush. Burns and Bend and make the
trip into the extreme southeastern
part of Malheur County.
OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT
MISS MARY McELREE
'CALIFORNIA'S LITTLE SONG BIRD"
A great treat is in store for lovers
of music who attend the Snider opera
house tonight to hear the singing ot
Miss Maiy McElree, who completely
captivated the audience by her won
derfal singing last night.
The little California song bird, as
she has been christened, hails from
San Francisco, and those possessing
j such rare ability and exceptional voice
as does Miss ucttiree are rarely found
outside the borders of the great cities.
Her voice is most exquisite and tonight
she will be heard in both new and old
selections. The program last night
was: "Song of the Soul" J. Carl
Briel. "Green Grass Grew All Round"
Von Tilzer. "Songs Mother Used
to Sing" H. Wakefield Smith. "Ros
Tonight she will render the follow
ing songs "Waltz Song" Romeo and
Juliet Gonnod. "Ben Bolt" Dunn.
"Everybody Loves Chicken" Bobbv
Jones. "When the Moon Swings Low"
Mrs. Jesse Darnell plays the piano
In addition to the singing three
reels of motion pictures were shown
and an entire change of which will be
had to night.
C. C. Chitwood, tire warden for Lake
and Klamath Counties, accompanied
by his family last week came over
from Klamath Falls and spent a few
days in this section.
Mrs. Cora Dt Berry, the popular
school teacher returned from Reno last
Pr. E. H. Amsden Is having; a new
residence erected in New Pine Creek
on the California side.
The date for the New Pine Creek
picnie has not yet been set. It will
be decided upon at a mass meeting in
the near future.
The large boat which is under con
struction at Falrcort is certainly a
dandy. We are informed that it will
be launched nxt Sunday.
Floyd Vincent while trying to ride a
calt got bucked off and had his collar
bone broken and his shoulder thrown
out of place, Floyd said no more
calves for him.
Fred L. Sohrott. Guy McCook. T. J.
Cain, W. L. Vinson, mining men of
High Grade, made a trip to New Pine
Creek Tuesda7, All are highly oleased
with tha new strike.
We ate Intormed that several lotl
and land was sold last week by the
Fairport Land Co. They are doing
considerable advertising and will no
doubt bring many people into the
Goose Lake Valley.
Jt is beginning to look as though the
mining boom will toon be on. 'there
are now tlx properties at High Grade
that have fine ore. Three of them
expect to thip ore in a few weekt.
The last report from the Modoc It that
they have 72 ore.
One of the best baseball games of
the season wsa played between the Ft.
Bidwell ana New Pine Creek teams at
Fairport last Sunday the score wtt b
to 11 in favor of New Pine CreeK. The
New Pine Creek team it going to
Lakeview next Sunday and will give
Fort Bidwell return game a week
from next Sunday.
We have been informed that Fair
port people are complaining about New
Pine Creek people righting them all
the time. The writer wishes to tty
thtt we do not hetr of any fight
ing irotn New Pine Creek people since
the depot ease but we are told by
traveler! that they are informed that
there are no hotU at New Pint Creek.
If thit Is trot could any on blame
New Pine Creek for fighting for their
Own rights. New Pine Creek has good
accommodations and the traveling
public can get at good a meal and bed
at anywhere in thit part of the
country. All we ask of Fairport it
fair pity and they will not hetr of
tny fighting from the New Pine Creek
Is Credited with Being: the
Most Diversified County
to be equal to any
Beer brewed. Bot
tled and on draught
at all leading saloons
Reno Brewing Co? Inc.
QThe O.-W. K. & N. Co. the terminal
of whictCroad it now at Bend, has just
issued some neat and attractive folders
advertising their lines in Oregon and
giving publicity to different sections of
the state in general. The sheet when
unfolded reveals a detailed map of the
states of Oregon and Washington while
the other side is devoted to descriptive
In dealing with Lake County it savs:
"Laks County is one of the most
diversified counties of Central Oregon.
It contains no large rivers, but 'a num
ber of lakes and much agricultural
land. It also has a large amount of
commercial timber. Some land is al
ready irrigated and several irrigation
projects are under construction and
planned. The valley around the large
lakes of the county are low and pro
tected by high surrounding mountains.
The northern part of the county con
tains a considerable area of level farm
ing land. This land is non-irrigable,
but water may be secured at moderate
"Lakeview, the county seat, ia lo
cated near the southern border of the
county, and is the terminus of the
which connects with the main fine of
the Southern Pacific at Reno."
Resolutions of Condolence
Hall of Lakeview Lodge, No. 71, A.
F. & A. M.
Animated by Hope and cheered by
pleasant anticipation, our dear Broth
er Albert Heminger came toward
Lakeview, to meet bis old time friends
and brethern of bis lodge, to grasp
their hands and mingle with them all
in pleasant converse and exchange old
confidences. An unforseeu accident
and the sad end if his dream of pleas
ure came too soon. His body has gone
to its earthly bed and bis Soul to
Him that gave it. His memory will
be always cherished in our hearts as
he was a true Man and Mason. Sadly
we bow to the decret of our Heavenly
We exjjiessed our sincere sympathy
to his bereaved relatives and may the
hope of a future life, where all may
meet again, lessen their sorrow.
Resolved that the foregoing be
spread on the minutes of our Lode,
a copy sent to the relatives and that
it te published in the local newspapers.
F. M. Miller.
Portland, Ore. Aug. 12 (Special)
Buyers' Week in Portland, Sept. 16.
will be the occasion for entertaining
merchants from all parts ofthe Pacific
Northwest. An elaborate program has
been arranged, providng for daily op
portunities for merchants to meet each
other as well as their Portland hosts.
The jobbers and manufacturers of
Portland are behind the movement.
Special entertainment is to be provided
for the members ot families of the
Reduced railroad rates for the week
will go into effect on August 28 and
will be good, going, until Sept. 3. Re
turn tickets will be honored until
Tuesday, Sept. 9.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EXAM IN 1R
IS MAKING GOOD
More Families Will Come
to Central Oregon From
Portland Journal: Leas than one
year ago a colony of 20 Jewinh families
wss located near Fort Rock, in the
Paisley district, eastern Orejjon, and
reports to the state immigration agent
are to the effect that they are satisfied
and promise td make gotd. All but
five of the families are permanently
established on their farms, the banks
of Bend having extended sufficient
credit to enable the colonists to boy
stock and farming implements. The
other live families are located near
The little colony was financed with
several thousand dollars raised bv a
society lounded for the purpose of
planting this, the first Jewish firming
colony in the northwest. The success
already attained will lead to the found
ing and financing of other colonies a.
soon aa practicable.
It is reported that the organization
formed some time sgo in St. Louis,
for the purpose of assisting poor Jew
ish families to get established on
farms, will send a committee to east
ern Oregon this month to procure a
3000 acre tract, on which to locate 150
families now living in St. Louis and
Chicago. Oregon is highly recommend
ed by this bodv as a fruitful field for
HIGHWAY OFFICIAL VISITS
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almost directly south to Lakeview.
Mr. Westgard is covering 17,000
miles on his present trip outlining the
route lor the National Highway, and
from here went north to the Dalles
over the proposed thoroughfare through
Oregon. He will complete his trip
over the state, going by way of Port
land and coming down through the
All out doors invite your Kodaks.
Eastman Kodaks and Photo Supplies for sale by
Snyder & Reynolds
Lakeview, Or. Aug. 14, 1913. 1 will
sell to the highest bidder the following
described animal. On Brown mare
about 113 years old. Darbwire cut on
right bind leg In front of hock. 2 white
hind teet and small star in forehead.
Weight about 900 poundt. No brandt.
Sale at Mammoth Stable Aug. 15 at 2.
salt and fresb wnters, of several veart
epxerienca andowna a boat at Chicago.
He whs at first contemplating bringing:
the boat to thl lake but atttet that
it could not be transported over the N.-C.-O.
Ua wat Indeed greatly aurprla
d to find such sn Inland body of water
as Goose Laka absolutely idle, and
predicts that In a short time thit ;wlU
be utilized In the hauling of both,
freight and passengers.
N.-C.-O. Table Changes
According to the Reno Journal the
following new time table will go into
effect on the N.-C.-O. Railway next
Train number 1, the Lakeview ex
press, will leave Reno daily, except
Sunday, at 9:15 o'clock in the morning,
arriving at Likely at 6 o'clock in the
afternoon and at Lakeview at 8:40
o'clock p. m. It reaches Plumas-Junc-
tion at 10:53. Alturas is reached at
6:03 p. m. and Pine Creek, Cal. at 8.
Returning train number 2, the Reno
Express will leave Lakeview at 6:40
a. m., Likely at 10:15 a. m. and ar
rive in Reno at 6 :05 p. m.
Pine Creek is reached at 7:16 a. m.,
Western Pacific- transfer point 3:22
p. m., and Plumas Junction at 4:22
p. m. The distance from Reno to
Lakeview, Ore., it 237.85. miles.
Dave Martin, a local woodchopper,
killed one of the finest bucks last
Sunday that has been brought to town
thit season. The deer was killed
near Black Cap peak just above town.
THE BEST MEDICINE IN
THE WORLD '
"My little girl had dysentery very
bad. I thought she would die, Cham
be r lain ' Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy cured lier, and I enn
truthfully say that I think it is the
best medicine in the world," writes
Mrs. William Orvts, Clare, Mich.
For sale by all dealers.
J. A. Morris, the Add merchant,
and familv came over to Lakeview
last Saturday and remained here sev
eral days this week.
STOCK COMPANY SUCCESS
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been put on the bosrds here by the
msjorlty of troupes traveling through
the country. They are a'l tireless
stage workers and the manner in which
all parts of "Thelroa" were handled
showed well-balanced and even work
on the part of all players. Wm. Ray
mond, In the part or Olaf Couldmsr,
and Miss Florence Young, aa hit
daughter, Thelma, dwellers ot tht
northern lands of Norway, are deserv
ing of special commendation for the
creditable manner in which they play
ed their parts.
The popularity of the company here
was attested by the IncreaHed audiences
tbev drew nightly, they being greeted
at their last performance with a pack
Their repertoire of plays consisted
of "College Chums," "In Wyoming,"
"The Village Schoolma'm," "Moths."
"A Married Man's Troubles," and
"Thelma." Among these bilia espec
ially did tbev make a hit in "Moths,"
the original of which is from the
clever pen of Ouida, and it is really a
classical piece of literature.
The personnel of the company is:
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foster. Edson
Elliott, Wm. Raymond, Jack Dond,
Miss Adeline Rundle and Miss Flor
ence Young. Tbey constitute a clsss
of mannerly and Intelligent young peo
ple, which is a feature that will
strengthen their appearance anywhere.
LAKE MAY HAVE BOAT
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steamer, which he thinks is the logicsl
boat for such a tody of water. This
hft says should be a double deck steam
vessel about 100 feet long and construc
ted to draw three feet of water, for
both freight and passengers. He re
turned to Fairport this morning and
today will confer with Mr. Dunaway
who is coming from Reno to meet him
at that place.
Mr. Jones is a sea captain, both
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BARC1.EY CORSET CO.
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WANTED: Cnpntile ladv to represent
above concern in this territory, No in
vestment required. We tench you the
bunincsi and refer customers to you.
BARCLIiY COKSHTS are NOT
SOLD IN STORKS
J A I'A SliSK L ( SCH C LOTUS
Al .V.I'v.V.V TO MATCH
JUST Ilh'CICIVKJt AT Tllli
MRS. H. B. ALGER
Flrmt Door Eaat Photo Gal lory
RANGE FOR RENT
If we don't have what you
want we will get it
Good Dairy Ranches
ALGER LAND CO.
LAKEVIEW NEW PINK CKKEK
FOR SALE Eli Cafe Cos Restaurant
and Cafe, in Lakeview, Oregon.
Furniture, Fixtures and Everything New
Reason for selling, present owners will return to
China and help is unavailable.
For Prices and Particulars call at Restaurant.
HAVE YOUR MEASURE TAKEN
Don't listen to anybody who says ready made
clothes are as, good as the custom-tailored
kind. There's no argument in the world that
is convincing on that point. We have the most
perfect system in the country for measuring
clothes and if a suit that wc make is not cor
rcct in every detail of fit we wont let you haveit.
LAKEVIEW TAILORING CO. Next to Stage Office