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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1913)
"We Sell The Real Earth"
Lakeview : Oregon
Good Values for the Land Seeker
140.00 per acre for a good West Side IfiO-ncre much, Improved with building and
21 00 per acre for a 280 acre ranch lire milw from Lakeview, 7i) acres In first erop
tble year; aplendld alope for Irrigation and within half-mile of O.V.L.
$10 00 per acre for 80 acre five miles West of Lakeview, irrigation dlt.h crosses
one end which gives some water right.
A large number of 10-acre tracts with fire-acre water right, at right prlcea.
13000.00 For 7-room bouse, a lot of fruit trw-e and about one acre f choice
land dote In. Fay 1 rn s.
12000.00 Tske a 7-room bungalow almost new, lot 100x160 feet, good location.
14000.00 Will buy cne of the finest borne In the city. 7-room modern bungalow
with II fine lot, a bargain, don't mint It. Eaay termi.
Vacant luti lor aale In different parti of tbe city from $125.00 op.
Xaltc County Cramtncr
TUUKNDAY, 8EPTEMBKK 25. 1813.
See t urtle A Utley for two good re
llaqntshmente. Jy 24-tl
Mr. C. D. Arthur Is spending set
sral days In Drsws Valley viaitlng
John Moffltt and family were in
Lakeview Friday from New Fine Creek
where he operates a meat market.
Deputy Cams Warden MrKlmmena
of thia district last week left for Har
ney County where he expects to re
main for several day.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Whlttskerof
Clover Flat laat week brought their
daughter, Miss Brssle, to town to
attend school this term.
U. U. Usrdner, who la employed by
the American Soda Products Company
en the Summer Lake dyke, waa a
Lakeview viaitor Monday.
Cobt ilenkle departed Tueaday
morning for Reno to attend the Nevada
State Fair. Before hia return be ex
pect to alao visit aeveral California
The Ladiea Aid of the M. E. Church
will meet neat Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mr. E. E. Woodcock.
Election ot drivers will be held on
that date and all members sro request
ed to te present.
The committee in charge of tne horse
races next week wl.h to lay particular
Stress upon the regulation that horses
not entered by eight o'clock on the
evening before the day of race will
not be allowed to run.
Numerous pariiea went to the lake
Saturday evening and Sunday to en
gage in duck anooting. Tbe day was
quite windy and mora chilly than
usual, but in apila of thia no record
breaking bags were reported.
Kev. K. E. Myera, pastor of tbe
local M. E. Church, and family recent
ly went to Portland. It is not know
whether he will return here hut it is
sspsctsd tbst the present Conference
will trsnsfer him to snother place.
Wm. S. Brooka of Omaha, Neb.,
left on Saturday morning'a train afier
apending several daya in thia valley,
lie owns a IGO-aore ranch on the Meat
Side which is beirg tsrmed bv Wm.
Buck. Mr. Brooks expects to add
many improvements to the place next
W. A. Delxell has been informed of
the Senate confirming hit) appointment
to the oflire of pustmHrter si Klamath
1 alia aui-reeJing Clyde K. Branden
burg, who waa recently asked tu re
sign. Others who sought the appoint
ment were Joe B. McAllister and
The two steamer Eagle and Modoc,
operated in the Upper Klamath sand
trado in Klamath County by Wlckee
trom & Linneman, were destroyed by
tire Sunday night. Tbe lose is said to
be between $7,000 and $3,000. The
fire originated on the Eagle, with none
of the crew on board, so the origin of
tbe Are in unknown.
Bishop Paddock telegraphed from
Portland that owing to illness he was
prevented from ranching Lskevlew
last Sunday. Aa the Bishop is sche
duled to attend the tri-ennial conven
tion of hi church which meeta in New
York City next month it la very prob
able that he will not be able to visit
here until after bis return from the
Judge Herbert O. Gale, one of the
incorporatora of the Lakeview Hanch
and who recently located at Klamath
Falls where he will ptautice law with
C. F. Stone, has purchuued a 160-acre
farm in Klamath County. The land
is in tha Tils Lake Volley and is just
two ml'ei fiom t e Bohemian town of
Malm. The purchase price la quoted
In referring to Immigration I'spect
or Bonham who last week passed
through Klsmatb Falls with John
Murphy of Lakeview, tha Herald says:
"Chief of Police Smith beard tha man
(Murphy) talking while in a cell and
says ha is a foreigner, all :-lght, but
judging from hia accent, ha bss nsvsr
bean near 'the Emerald Isle. It Is
evident tbst be borrowed tha name
At tha second iuvenila fair recently
held at Wilaonvllle, Ore , a nine-year-old
boy carrisd otr a total of 81 prises,
winning first or prsctioally all lines of
fruits and vegetables, and also took
first money in the chicken diaplay.
Among the other Items shown by this
youthful farmer wss a box of 142
pounds of American Wonder potatoes,
the product of ona lone spud.
For Hale Team aod harness; $50.
Enquire at this office. fc) 25-t3
Mr. and Mrs. C W. Dent of Werner
have been visiting In Lskeview tbe
past several daya.
II. B. 'I ay lor arrived here Monday
evening from Medford to take a posi
tion as clerk in tha Lakeview Land
Wanted: Pupils on all Brass Instru
ment) Maodulln, Violin, Guitar,
I'lanoaud Harmony. Apply to Jesse
Darnell. M 25 1 in.
Altura baa hung up a puna of 150
for tha trap anooting contest during
the Modoc County Fsir and base ball
tournament thia week.
For Kale Cheap Three buggica, one
rubber tire, with act of harness; one
pbaetou aluiOMi new, and one lntle
m-nt buggy. Knciilm Wm. Harvey,
Snyder & Reynolds, Druggist j
handle a complete line of Dr. David
Robert Vetcrinsry Kemediee. These
remediea are reliable and have many
frienda among slock owners.
Mrs. Aos Aubrey, (formerly Miss
Ads Woodcock) Isst w.ek arrived from
Klamaih Fall on a viait with relative
and friends in Lakeview. She is stay
ing with ber sister, Mrs. Geo. W.
J. T. Taylor of Reno arrived here
the first of the week tu take charge ot
the local express oflice while A. L.
Thornton is absent on his csmpiig trip.
Mr. Taylor is employed in the Weila
Fargo ollice at Reno.
Dr. Sam Crow, dentist, of Janes
vi ile. Cal. a brother of Mrs. W. II.
Shirk of thia city, spent a few days in
Lakeview this week, having come up
In hia rsr. He left yesterday morning
on bis return home.
Born in Lakeview, Oregon, Tuesday
September 23, to Mr. and Mra. H. P.
Welch a nine pound girl. Dr. Everett
waa attending physician and both
mother and babe are reported to be
getting along nicely.
U. S. Mud Auto Mage Leave
l.akevlew for Paisley every day ex
cept Sunday, at 7 a. m. PaHaengv ra
pleaae book at Joe Fuller'a ataae
ollice. Fares, ooe way $5 00; round
trip, tS.uO. Southntone Jlros. JLJ-tf
Homer B. Taylor of Medford, Ore
gun, has been appointed aa stenograph
er and typewriter In the local U. S.
Land Ullice and commenced hi duties
on Tuetsduy. Mr. Taylor comes here
ss a regular appointee under the Civil
A lire which did damage to 8U!,000
worth of property was experienced
last week in bend. The llau.es started
in the Patterson Drug Company'
store and the entire building together
with the one occupied by the R. M.
Smith Clothing Company were com
The Lakeview Flour Mills began
manufacturing flour the first of tbe
week. Manager F. O. Bunting reports
that about 60,000 pounds of wheat have
already been received from tbe local
larmera and It la expected that all past
records will be broken by the mill's
output thia season. v
Carl Umbacb, elde't Bon of Mr, and
Mra. Chas. Umbacb of Lakeview,
Friday came up from Reno where he
Is employed by the Western Auto Com
pany, he having charge of the Bales
department. He returned Monday,
accompanied by hia mother, who will
attend the Nevada State Fair being
held at Reno tbia week.
The Board of Supervisors of Modoc
County last week voted to build a new
ouurt bouse. Tbe builJIng will be tire
proof and will cost approximately
$1)0,000. The tax levy for thia purpose
la 62 centa on the $100. There is now
about 122,000 In the county treasury
that can be UBed only lor the purpose
of constructing a rew court house.
S. O. CresilcT, cashier of the First
National Bank of Lakeview, Tuesday
returned after a several months' trip
in California in tbe benefit of his
health. Ha lately came from tbe
Craaaler ranch in Big Valley where he
haa been enjoying country life the
past seversl weeks. Mr. Cresaler
ststes tbst he teels Improved in hesltb
and that he expects to soon be able to
resume hia duties in tbe bank.
Alturas Plsindesler: R. L. Mason
wss in town from High Ursde Mon
day. He la in great spirits over bis
recent strike in the Eugene, ssid ty
mining men to be tha richest yet en
countered in thst district. Tbe ledge
is eight feet wide and all indications
are for permanency, Mr. Mason alao
stated that Mr. Gayot had struck it
very rich in tha Modoc, a four foot
vein at 800 feet assaying $600 to tbe
For Rent 5-room house, cloe In,
Inquire of F, O. Bunting. 2t
"Uncle" Joe Morrow was In town
aeveral days tha first of the week
from Werner Valley.
Dr. E. D. Everett reports tbe birth
of a baby bov to Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Rehsrt on Saturday, September 20,
in this city.
About 60 heed of good grnde Shrop
shire buck Iamb for Main. Inquire or
write Pelton-Hlaemor Co , F'ort
Klamath, Or. 3t
John Martin, who owns a ranch In
Kelly Creek canyon a few miles north
of New Pine Creea, was In Lskeview
the letter pert of Isst week.
Mr. F. A. Fitxpatrick and children
are occupying the Wra. Harvey resi
dence on Water atreet, while Mr. and
Mr. Harvey are in Oakland.
W. F. Orob. F. O. Ahlatrom and
James Judge have been appointed a
a committee to secure the music and
grange or tne dance to be given rrl -
day night, October .1, during fair week,
I have In my possession ooe brown
bur ne, branded til on left stifle. Any -
one calling and proving property can
have aaum by pijlng charges. Jamn
II. Owens My, Klamath County. Ore -
Mrs. U. G. Brown, mother of Gilbert
D. Brown, Supervisor of the Fremont
Forest, is here from Crystal, Klamaih
County, on a visit with her son ana
W. P. Heryford
first of the week
where they have
and daughter. Miss
to Lskeview the
from Colfax, Cal.,
been the past few
Heryford and aon,
Felix, who is in ill health, remained
W. K. McCormack, a prominent
farmer and stockman of Summer
Lake, thia week came down to receive
a four-horse load of Turkey Red seed
whest which be purchased through
tbe N.-C.-O. Railway.
J. C. Hotchklss of this vallev and
sons, A. C. and Wm. H. of Valley
Falla recently delivered about 150
head of beef cattle that were Bold to
Edson L. Foulke of Gszelle. It is
understood that the cattle brought
$70.50 per head.
More than 11,000 Union veterans of
the Civil Wsr died during the 12
months ending December 31 last, and
more than 180.000 sre still on the rolls
of the Grand Army of the Republic.
according to tbe information given out
at the renunion held last week at
The approach of 1914 is bringing
new life to the politics! world and
likewise the announcement of a few
candidates. The latest to formally
declare himselffor an important Oregon
othce la Colonel Robert Miller of Port- j wss well worth taking. He returned
land, who seeks the Democrstic nom- by wsy ot Portland and Klamath Falla.
(nation for the office ot Governor. j Harry BaiIeyt A L Thornton, R. A.
Cedarville Record: The price of Hawkins and W. R. Bernard leit Sat
wheat was started here last week at urday afternoon by private conveyance
$1.60 per hundred. There will prob- f0' Guano Valley, Nevada, on a two
ably not be aa muoh grain tbia year weeks hunting and outing trip. The
as usual, owing to the fact that less ' party left with a good supply of pro
ground waa sown last apring. A great i visions and camping necessities and
deal of the land formerly used for 1 expect to return with a large quantity
growing grain has been aown to alfal-! of venison.
fa, , hence there la a ahortage in j F M Mt vt tna B,nk of
acreage. j L,itevew yesterday evening return-
Geo. C. Paonessa, president ot tbe ! ed from a trip to San Francisco, Port
Paonessa Construction Co., 'of Los Isnd and other Oregon points. Dr.
Angeles, arrived here Monday evening OHie K. Beera and Mrs. Hubbard Bry
to investigate the Bowera ranch below j ant returned with Mr. Miller from
Davia Creek with a view of purchasing Albany, Oregon and wilt visit in Lake
the property. He with W. P. Curtis, ! view for a short time. Tbe ladies are
of the Curtis & Utlev real estate deal-j cousins of Mr. Miller and Mrs. F. P.
era, spent yesterday In loosing over the j Lane of this city. Dr. Beers will
ranch, Mr. Paonessa expressed him
self as being very well pleased with
the appearance of Lakeview and the
Charles W. Parriah, considered one
of the most able lawyers who ever
appeared in the oourts of Eastern Ore
gon, died last week at tba home of his
HanorhlAV Mra den 14 m nrn n , !
City. Up until five years ago be re
sided at Burns in Harney County and
was the father of Mra. Win A. Uowen,
formerly of Lakeview but now of
Burns. At tha time of leaving Burns
he waa elected to tha Oregon Legisla
ture, aince which time he bad lived at
Klamath Northwestern : Folllowlng
tha decision of Secretary of Agricul
ture Houston that B. St. George
Bishop ia entitled to hia homestead in
tha Crater National Forest, about fifty
other men who attempted to secure
homestesd rights in the Natlonanl For
est about the time that Mr. Bishop
began bis fight for a home, are pre
paring to bring their oasea to the at
tention of tha Department of Argicul-
ture in the hopea that they may be
allowed to make tilings
For Sale Ten bead of milch cow a.
See J. C Oliver, West Side. A 28-tf
Motor Cycle, In good condition, for
ssle cheap. See Curtie St Utley. A7-tf
E. A. Pridsy, a merchant of Plush,
spent several dsys in Lskeview the
first of the week.
W. H. Cssebeer of BIy waa one ot
tbe business visitors in Lskeview the
forepsrt of the week.
j Mrs. T. J. Sullivsn of Pluib is spend
j ing several dsys in Lskeview visiting
! with relativea and fri nda. .
I W. S. Fleming, a farmer of tbe New
Pine Creek aection, was attending to
. business matters here Saturday,
j WOOU We re now prepared to
I take ordera for your Winter's wood
In aor quantities, at 16.00 per cord.
. O'Neill & Duolap. Jy 10-tf ;
Mrs. J. F. Hsnson and daughter, :
Miss Lucile, Mondsy morning left for !
Los Angeles on a short trip, expecting !
to rtnrn in tm u
j AUor R A ShetmM W. K.
j Wy(ei Q F BjK,ey ,nd J L Haey
' of Alturas Isst week csme up from that
: plaee to attend to aome business mst-
jMe Darnell la employed in Bieber'e
i --- j -
1 Cash Store, he taking the place of i
Cheater Dykeman who wss formerly!
i with Mr. Bieber. Mr. Dykemsn is at J
present clerking at Bailey & Mass-i
j Frank Wilson in maklnir choice
i tntnales back of the Inn Bar. Henry j
Dlppe Is sclllti ' them over town, tak- .
lg the pbice of the colored man who j
formeily Bold the tamales. Phone j
Main 311. Slit 4 !
I S. P. Moss now possesses a hand-I
some new Studebaker 20 car which be
recently purchased from T. E. Ber-
riad. Mr. Moss met with an accident
j with his old car, which prompted him
to make the late purchase.
J. D. Farra and family last week
passed through Lakeview enroute to
Red Bluff, Cal., where they will aoend
tba Winter, Mr. Farra having leased
j his Jivery stable at Pauley.
j' Janitor D. T. Godsil baa bad aome ot
j the locust trees removed from tbe
north side of tbe Court House. Tbe
shade from the treea waa so dense
that it prevented the lawn from grow
ing, and hence were cut down.
Lynn and Fred, sons of Mr. aod
Mrs. F. P. Cronemiller, Saturday de-j
parted for Corvallis to enter the Ore-1
gon Agricultural College, the former'
entering upon his last year in Forestry j
course, while the latter is just begin-J
ning his freshman term. i
El Detrick, plumber of the Bernard j
Hardware store, Sunday returned from
Pendleton where be went to take in I
the sights of the famous Round-Up. j
Ed says he had a fine time and the trip j
shortly continue to Chicago to practice
medicine, while Mrs. Bryant will re
turn to her home at Albany.
The Medford bunting party compos
ed of C. I. Hutchinson, H. N. Lums
den, T. B. Lumsden, Geo. King, C. W.
Palm, Earl Tumy, Wm. Stewart, and
Geo. F. King, who were camping near
Valley Falls, this week returned home.
They reported very good duck shoot
ing in tbe vicinity of Abert Lake,
which fact is atteated by t.h e
two easea of ammunition that tbey bad
sent out from tbe Bailey & Massingill
County Surveyor S. A. Musben re
ceived a quite serious injury last week
by falling from a rock while doing
soma aurveylng work in tha mountains
east of New Pine Creek. He fell a
distance of about ten feet, sustaining
some acalp wounds and other braises
and injuriea about tha face and head.
He was rendered unconscious from
tbe shock, and bad his assistants not
been near by, the results might have
been more serious. Mr. Musben was
taken to New Pine Creek and later
brought to Lakeview. He is now able
to be out but will bear marks of tbe
accident for several daya to come.
Word has been sent to General
Dlax of Mexico who ia now in
Europe to return Immediately. Tbia
is regsrded as indicating that Hoerta
intenda to abide by tbe paot signed at
the American Ambassy last February
to place no obstsele in tba path of
Dlax In bis candidacy for tbe presi
dency at the election next month. It
ia believed that If Hoerta throws tis
influence to Dlax bis election is almost
assured. Up to tha present Diss ia
the only announced candidate in tfce
TfTStylc and Quality arc combined in
nl the wonderful "Patrick Duluth"
All Wool Mackinaws. Made in the
home of Mackinaw Clothing, by a pro
cess which makes them the superior
weather-resisting garment, known
throughout the land. Better get your
coat while we have the style you prefer
in the correct size.
ILL our Fall
are now on the way and we will
soon show you a new up-to-date
line in Dress Goods, Ladies' and
Children's Suits and Coats, Men's Suits
and Overcoats, Shoes, and in fact all
goods necessary for your comfort for
Winter Be sure and see these lines
before you make your purchaces. We
guarantee the best at the price that can
be had 5
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
Lost Three bead of boraee, two
mare and one gelding. One browa
mare weight about 1400, branded XL
on left stifle. One Iron grey mare.
I weight about 1250, branded on etifle
witb T, with abort bar through atem
' of letter, making a doable T. One bny
saddle horse, weight about 990
pounds; white stripe down face, dim
brsud oo left etifle, aod email gray
spot on left thigh. Liberal reward
: will be paid tor information leading
' to tbelr recovery. Apply at thia
office, or Ben Daly, Lakeview, Ore
and Winter Goods