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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1913)
"We Sell The Real Earth"
O'NEILL & DUNLAP
Lake view : Oregon
Good Values for the Land Seeker
M0.O0 per acre for a good Weet Bide IGO-ncre n.nch, Improved with buildings and
IDMO.OO ForaT-room houm, a lot of fruit trees and about one acre of choice
lnnd clone In. l:sy irrina.
2(XK).0() Taken a 7-room bungalow almrwt new, lot 100x150 feet, good location.
14000.00 Will buy cne of the lineal homes In the city. 7-room modern bungalow
with H flno lota, a bargain, don't ml an It. Eaey terms.
Vacant lota lor aale In different parte of tbe city from 125.00 np.
21 00 ptt acre for a 280 acre ranch Ave mih-e from LakevWw, 70 acre In flrat crop
this rear; eolendld slope for irrigation and within ball-mile of O.V.L.
$10.00 per acre forSOaeree Are mtlr Weet of Lakevlew, Irrigation dit.h croeace
one end which glvee aome water right.
A large namber of JO-aere tracta with five-acre water right, at right pricea.
Inftc Count? Cjramincr
TIIUUKDAY.NOVKMHKK 13. 1913.
Curtis A. Utley buy fura.
Oood lino nf lad lea wool
jnat In. Mercantile Co.
W. B. Kouaton, a aheep buyer of
Kt. Bidwell, wai In Lakevlew this
For ftrnt Itoomy bonne and barn,
17.60 per month. Kunutre Fred
ftpanireoburK. Oct. S3-tf
Uus Schroder returned to hia borne
at Silver Lake last Baturday after
apending aaveral daya In the county
County BuDerintendent Oliver Sun
Ja? wont to Palalay to attend a apec
lal meeting of the acbvol board at that
A new aide walk baa been placed
along" the eouth aide of the Jammer
thai and Umbach buildings on Canyon
C. F. Sholti, who Uvea at Clover
Flat, paaaed through town laat week
on hie way home from Busanvllle
where he haa been the paat aeveral
Mra. Blanche Weill, lately of San
Francisco, la temporarily located at
the residence of Mra. James Judge and
ia prepared to do dreasmaking and
Mra. C. K. Peterson end daughter
of Ontario, Oregon, this week passed
through Lakevlew on their way borne
after visiting with relatives at Fort
Bidwell. They will return home by
way of Portland.
The plant of the Hash and Door fac
tory at Rend wae destroyed by fir. last
weea. The Bulletin alatea that the
origin of tbe fire ia unknown and tbat
the losa waa about $30U0, one-bait of
the amount being covered by Insur
ance. Stantey Hanaon and wife were In
town a few daya the first of the week.
He etatea that tha team work on
tbe Sooth Drewa canal will be com
plated thla month. Mr. and Mrs. Han
aon will live In town this winter,
occupying the Cbaa. E. Sherlock resi
Mra. Blanche Wells la a late arrival
from San Francisco. She will locate
here permanently engaging in dress
making and giving instructions in
embroidery work. At present she ia
located at the residence of Mr. and
Mra. James Judge on South Water
Art Garret, a local barber, is ex
pected borne today from Portland
where he recently went to take an
exmination before the State Board of
"Carter Examiners. Mr. U arret will
Iso purchase new furniture and fix
tures and fit up a flrat claaa ahop at
hla old stand in tbe John Flynn build
ing. Tha item in last week'a Examiner
referring to R. II. Boydatun'a yield
of potatoes erred in stating that be
aecured 65 1-3 bushel per acre. The
number of pounda on the total of 3
1-2 acrea was correct, and figured out
would show 165 1-3 bushels per acre,
as it should have read instead ot 65 1-3
Deputy Sheriif E. E. Rinehart yes
terday departed for Salem taking Ray
Yarbrough, Len Parker and W. II,
Mills, all of whom must rerve terms
in the state penitentiary. Yarbrough
ani Pnrker were convicted of rape
aid were sentenced to serve from
three to twenty years, and Mills,
convicted of forgery, ws sentenced
frcm ore to five years.
Soren Peterson, who with his son
.recently came here from Racine, Wia.
last week purchased through Curtis
& Utley the Chas. Sherlock ranch,
.consisting of 170 acres, near the
Drews lisp about ten miles west ot
' town. Mr. Peterson and ion will lm
, mediately locate on the ranch, engag
ing in general farming, featuring tha
i raising of grain and alfalfa.
Wo, Harvey, the horse buyer, re
. cently returned from a trip over 11 a r
ney and other counties where he
' bought 75 bead of boraea. While re
turning with the stock to thla valley
be met with a misfortune which re
sulted in much trouble and inconven-
- ience. Tbe horaea were placed in a
field on the Warren Laird ranch and
- during the nlgbt tney broke down tbe
fence, all getting out and atarting
tack to the various placea from which
they had come. Mr. Harvey says
- every anlmal'out of the 75 got out ex
ceptmg one mule. It took aeveral
. daya to again round up the band and
, be ii itlll out aix bead.
New line of coats for ladles and
mies. Mercantile Cn
E.tra nloe lot of all the neweet drraa
and coat goods. Mercantile to.
Mrs. Nannie O'Nell and eon, John,
were up Monday from their borne at
New Pine Creek.
J. 8. Branch, a Lake Coon'y aheep
grower, was a buainesa visitor In
the city this week.
It cost the state of New York II,
250,000 to Impeach Governor Sulzer,
not Including the expenses for counsel
The Embroidery Bhop will be located
one door Houtn of trie Matchlcaa
Htore, oppoalte he 1 O., alter Nov,
lrt. Mrs. n. B. Alger. O30 tf.
Have Edler, the well known aheep
baron of Lake and Klamath
counties, waa a buainesa viaitor In
Lakevlew tbia week.
Fifty bead of blooded Durham bulla
have Juat been pot on tbe 7T ranch
In Warner. The stock waa bought
in Southern California.
Tbe Northwestern states that Uoy
Nyawanar of Lakaview baa moved to
Klamath Falls where he has taken a
position at the Goodman Feed and
George W. Syron, an old time rest
dent of tbe Warner Valley and whoae
poatoffiee addresa ia now Warner Leke,
waa a business visitor in Lakevlew tbe
first of thla week.
Father P. P. Kern, pastor of tbe
local Catholic Church, last Sunday an
nounred hla intention of resigning
from this parish. He expects to go
to Alaska when a aoccessor arrives to
take hia place here.
On November 11 Cleveland, Ohio,
waa under 21 inchea ot anow, and ita
inhabitants are in imminent danger
of Buffering from lack of food. Trans
portation and communication facilities
are greatly impaired.
From tbe Great Lakea to Florida
and from New York to points weat of
Chicago, the east waa In the grip of
a enow, aleet and wind atorm the hrst
of thla week. Several livea were loat
and communication traffic suffered
Word has been received that John H.
Wyatt, formerly a resident of tbia
place, now of Grants Paaa, recently
Buffered severe fraoture of hia arm.
While tbe injury la necessarily very
painful Mr. Wyatt ia doing as well as
can be expected under the circumstances.
The Lakevlew C. L. S. C. will meet
at the home of Mra. J. D. Ventator.
Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Progam: Roll call. Current eventa.
Kamblea and Studies in Greece; Chan
ter XII, Miss Minnie Vernon, Chapter
Xlll Misa York. Chapter XIV. Mrs.
J. M. Fulton, assistant general
freight and passenger agent of the
Southern Pacific, came up from Reno
laat Saturday. It waa hia intention to
remain here until today looking after
buainesa for his line, but left Monday
morning on account of receiving a
telegram suddenly calling him to San
Mra. Chas. E. Rice and two children
came up laat week from Alturaa to
have her little daughter treated by
Dr. Smith of this place. Mrs. Rice's
mother, Mrs. Gibbons, acccmpanied
them and they were the guesta of Mra.
James Judge. They returned home
Monday morning, the little girl being
The social held last Friday evening
by the local order of Encampment in
tne l.O.O. F. hall proved a very pleas
ing success. There, were over 100
members and Invited guesta present
and the evening was pleasantly apent in
dancing and other forma of amusement
after which light refreshments were
served. The sooials will be continued
monlbly throughout the winter season.
As a matter of auggeslon, if vou
are unable to bave various prepared
apple dishes on your table next Tues
day, Oregon's Apple Day, you can find
a nicely prepared menu of tbe lavorite
fruit at the Hotel Lakevlew. '1 hla is
tbe first occasion of tbe kind ever to be
observed in the atate, and the people
should show their faith in the famoua
Oregon product by featuring apples on
their tablea next Tueaday.
M. C. Currier, Wm. Dobkina, Mar
tin Lauritscn and Carl Holder of
Paisley brought down 200 bead of beef
cattle the first of the week, which they
and a few other growers of tbe Pale
ley vicinity aold to Ben Cambron,
buyer from Reno. The atock waa
purchased for the Roth-Blum Co. of
San Francisco, and a shipment waa
mad today over the N.-C-O. The
price all around is aald to be 12 1-2
James Dodion retorned to Lakevlew
laat week from a trip to Aricona.
Motor Cycle, In good condition, for
sale cheap. See Curtie & Utlev. A7-t
Al Smith baa been working in tbe
County Clerk 'a office durina- tbe pres
ent rush of business.
Supervisor Brown, of the local For
est Office, left laat week for Klamath
Falla on official business.
11. Z. Dangberg and C. U. Dangberg
of Minden, Nevada, and W. O. Sims,
an attorney of San Franciaoo, were in
Lakevlew tbe first of tbe week.
Mrs. U. E. Sherlock will leave next
Saturday for Los Angslea where ahe
will to joined later by ber husband
and they will apend the winter.
Deputy Game Warden LaSater of
tbe Silver Lake district Isst week
came down to the county aeat. be
having brought tbe election returns
from hla precinct.
T. J. Sullivan, proprietor of tbe
Plusb Hotel, waa In Lakevlew last
week on buainesa connected with se
curing a liquor license which waa
granted him by the County Court.
W. P. Vernon, a prosperous young
farmer and stockman, who livea a few
miles south of town, returned aeveral
daya aince from a abort pleaaure trip
to Oakland and San Francisco where
he attended the Portola Festival.
Tbe County Court baa been busily
engaged in preparing a budget of the
current expenses for the coming year.
Tbe budget, from which tbe 1913 tax
levy will be made next month, will be
printed in next week'a issue of tbe
Last Sundsy afternoon a deer cross
ed down into the valley at the Frank
Duke ranch below town. It aeemed
lo be in no particular hurry, and cross
ed into the Cronemiller place and from
there over Into the Vernon ranch and
on down to the tules.
A. H. Hammersley waa in town laat
week, be having come in from Rock
Creek wbere be haa been tbe past aev
eral weeks with bit brother. Wm..
trapping coyotes and bob eats. He
reports they have bad very good sac-
ceei thus far tbia season.
All the atage linea operating in and
out of Laaeview have now changed
back to boraea and coaches, taking
place of automobilea that were used
during the aummer. The Western
atage waa the last to make the change,
which waa done last week.
A. C. Lowell, tbe Bidwell merchant,
baa an order from a San Francicso
syndicste for thirty thousand pounda
of alfalfa seed, and is busy aecuring
the required amount of seed from Sur
prise Valley farmers, aaya the Alturaa
New Era. Tbe price to the growers
will be nine centa per pound.
Mra. Edna Bass, a well known
Susanville and Honey Lake Valley
resident; committed euicide one day
last week at ber borne near Auburn by
hanging herself from a tree. Mra.
Bass, and her bUBband, from whom
ahe waa later divorced, waa at one
time steward and stewardess of the
Lessen County hospital.
The Pacific and Atlantic terminals
of the Panama Canal will take a large
part of the S37.O00.0O0 to be appro
priated for that waterway, estimates
of the bulk of which already bave been
submitted on appropriations. The
S37.0O0.O00 will make up the total of
the 11175,000,000 contemplated as the
total cost of the canal.
The first Christmas reason of the
parcel post system is near at hand,
and Postmaster-General Burleson pro
poses to see that all Christmas parcels
shall be delivered on or before Christ
mas day if possible. A notice of
"Mail your Cbriatmsa parcela early"
in large letters will be posted in
every postoffioe in the country.
On Deoember 8-13 tbe Pacific Inter
national Livestock Exposition will be
held at the Portland Stookvarda and,
although tbe opening date is still dis
tant more than a full month, breedera
from all parts of the United States
and Canada are already sending in
tbeir fancy atock. Fifeen thousand
dollars in cash premiuma will be paid
out at the cloae of tha ahow. the lar
gest aum ever offered at an exclusively
livestock ahow on the Patfiflo Coast.
That tbe Presbyterian Sunday school
Is gnwing is noted by tbe fact tbat
on laat Sunday they had their largeat
attendance since the church was or
ganised two years sgo. Mr. Piper, a
graduated a teacher's training acbool
and an experienced Y.M.C.A. worker
makea a flrat class superintendent.
Tha lateat addition to the Sabbath
school is the orgsnixstion of a msn's
Bible clas with an enrollment ot nine
men, and that department also ex-
I pecta to grow.
Try a hot tomato nectar for a bracer
thee cold days at the Kandy Kitchen.
Mra. Agnes IJolbrook yesterdsy left
for Ssersmento, Cal, where ahe will
visit for an Indefinite period.
Tom Young Is erecting a dwelling
on his ten-acre tract on the Drenkel
Addition In the Booth end of town.
George Noland yesterdav returned
to bla borne at Klamath Falla after
apending several days In Lakevlew.
Senator Chamberlain haa introduced a
hill appropriating 1100,000 for purchas
ing a site and constructing a public
building at Klamath Falla.
Mlsa Dorothy bieber returned last
Saturday evening from San Franciaoo
wbere she baa been on a few weeks
visit with relatives aod friends.
We will bave on display a nice line
of Holiday Goods. It will pay you to
look them over before sending your
orders away. Tbe. Kandy Kitchen.
Dr. Ruaaell yesterdsy performed an
operation on Mra. Gilbert D. Brown.
Sbe ia at tbe Lakevlew Hospital and
ia reported to be getting along nicely.
J. S. Rose, foremao of tbe 7T ranch
In Warner, baa been aaperintending
tbe driving of considerable beet cattle
to Klamath Falla. be having left laat
Sunday with 250 bead. Tbe cattle
were purcbaaed by J. C. Mitchell.
Erie K. White, who baa charge of
tbe Reno office of the Remington Type
writer Co., arrived in Lakeview yes
terdsy. Mr. Wbite'a former home ia
at tbe White Station between Bly and!
Bonanza, and he haa been enjoying a
month's vacation on tbe ranch.
The homemade cake and candy aale
given recently by St. Martba'a Guild
waa a success both socially and finan
cially. Tbe Guild ia now planning a
Christmas sale and musicale to be
siven the Friday afternoon following
Thanksgiving in tbe Masonic Hall.
Governor Felaer of New Hampshire
honored the requisition of the State
of New York for the extradition of
Harry K. Thaw. Tbe case is now
tranaferred automatically to the Fed
eral Courts, wbere a writ of habeas
corpus on behalf of Tbaw ia pending. .
Ira McCoul and wife have removed
from tbe Hurley Vernon place below
towrr to tbe McCoul dairy ranch weat
of tiown. 'They now bave a herd of
twenty milch cows, and will engage
in tbe dairying business, disposing of
their product to the local creamery.
Circuit Judge Henry L. Benson of
the Lake and Klamath district yester
dav departed for hia borne at Klamath
Falls. Tbe Judge waa feeling quite
badly, Buffering from a sever cold,
and in order to avoid a long auto ride
to Klamath Falls returned home bv
rail going by way of Sacramento.
R. A. Clara and family bave remov
ed from tbe V. L. Snelling residence
to W. B. Snider'a bouse on Main
Street. Mrs. Snelling who haa been
spending the summer with her husband
at Fairport will return to Lakeview,
Mr. Snelling dividing bia time between
bete and bia interests at Fairport.
A writer in the Washington Post
tella of an old lady who remembered
living at the White House with Mr
and Mra. John Quincy Adams. Mr.
Adams ate with hia fork, and Mrs.
Aoams apologized for it, saying tbat
he bad acquired the habit during a
soiourn in France. Mrs. Adams and
the other guests used tbeir knives.
Alturaa Plaindealer: We received
a pleasant visit this week from Joe
Shirk, formerly of Guano Valley, Ore
gon. He informs as that be baa sold
hia propertv out there and will shortly
move hia family to the 'San Joaquin
Valley. Joe ia a good young man, a
model citizen, and we wish bim suc
cess wherever his lines may be cast.
The Lakeview merchants have been
sending out large amounts of supplies
for sheepmen of late. Last week
Chsa. Newman came over from Dave
Edler'a camp at Keno, Klamath
County, and loaded here with 14,000
pounds ef supplies for the different
Edler camps on the desert, Mr. Edler
having removed hia aheep from Klam
ath to that aection for the winter.
Tbe new road up Bullard canyon ia a
great advantage to the atockmen in
conveying tbeir auppliea east.
George Bigham, of Oregon City,
was killed two weeks ago on Trail
Creek in Jackaon County. He waa
one of a party out hunting and Wilbur
Kime, of Medford, mistook him for
a deer and fired the fatal shot. Mra.
Guy Causey, formerly of Lakeview la
a daughther of Mr. Bigham'a while
L, P. Klippel, of Summer Lake ia a
nephew. Mr. Bigbam waa a member
of the pioneer family of Bigbama
tbat resided in Surprise Valley, and
will no doubt be remembered by num
rerous early aettlera of this section. ;
Wm-F. Paine & Co
LAKEVIEW -:- OREGON
New "GORDON" Shapes
Something nifty. Price only $3.00.
Rival of any $5.00 Hat on the market
New Mackinaw Hats, price $2.00
Cloth Hats, price at $1.50
A variety of other styles of Cloth and Fur Caps
The Home of Walk-Over Shoes
BRITTEN & ERICKSON
We have Just recsived a new line of Ladies
Suits by Express this morning, and we in
vite you to call and look at them. Every
one new, nobby styles. Also, we have a
very large line of Ladies heavy and medium
Dress Goods that are selling every day. If.
in need of any thing in this line we can please .
you. Big line of Ladies and Misses Sweat
er Coats, Ruff Necks and Norfolks, all sizes.
Many other new goods in Winter weights
that cannot be mentioned in this space. You
will find the prices lower than many others
are asking for them. V
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