Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1914)
CURTIS & UTLEY, REAL ESTATE
L AKEVIEW, OREGON
120 nrrca on Cottonwood creek, 35 acred into Timothy, Alfalfa, Grain, and a nice
garden, water rlit. n ideal atnnll dairy or poultry farm, lota of outside vrntr. bouse,
bnrn, tannery and other out-buildings. Price, $1800, half cash. I I milea from Lakeview.
H-roorn residence in DrenkeT addition, near City I 'ark, two Iota 100 by 150, barn
and chicken house. Price, $2000, half caah at 6 per cent. The price is leaa than coat.
320 acrea jjood land, part into jrrain and alfalfa, near Union School, all fenced
and croaa fence, barn and corrala. Stock water in creek alwaya. Thia ia a good farm,
at $20.00 per acre.
310 acrea three milea north of Lakeview, 200 acrea fine alfalfa land, about 100
acres now in cultivation, 100 acrea pasture land, part of which can be planted to fruit.
Warner Creek flowa through the land and a nice spring that can be piped to the house
and barn. Place fenced, house and barn. Price $16 per acre.
80 acrea of meadow land, cuta 80 tona of hay. At head of lake, price $15 per acre.
680 acrea 8 milea north of Lakeview for $15 per acre. 80 acrea into meadow, cuta
100 tona, 40 acrea pasture land and all the balance ia fine grain and alfalfa land, good
water riht, new house and large barn, 500 acrea fenced. Thia ia aure a bargain.
40 acrea timber good wood claim, I I milea from town, has between 800 and
1000 corda of wood, good road and level lan.d. Price $350.
Two and one-half lota in the Sherlock Addition opposite Dunbar new reaidence.
A bargain at $550. Act quick.
We have several good ranchea for cattle and aheep. Send for our large bulletin
giving pricea of land all over Lake and Modoc Counties.
Xnftc County Cyamincr
TliUKMUY, JANUARY 'iu. 1I4.
Ourtla A UtW-y tu. Itir. N. 13
J. P. McAuliffe yesterday arrived
from Merrill where tie la wintering
Dave llanbury Sr., was In town the
Hut of the week from hie lionm on the
Cliararter aunga nnil musical comedy
at Wizard Hall tonight. Admission
ir and ' rents.
T L. A. Carrikrr was in town Satur
Jay from his home on the West Side
on hia regular week end visit.
C. K. Oliver, county school auperin
tendent, returned Home last Thursday
evening by way of Klamath hulls after
a quite eatrnslve trip over the ,stHte
and a vlait to Washington polnia.
Hear the illustrated song, "The
Oregon Trail" at lha home talent en
tertainment !at Wliard Hall tonight.
Slides made bv Mr. Crawlord, words
hy Kdlth Maida Leasing and music by
AUCTION HAI.K JAN. 31. Balance
of Ncilmi Htock ol Udlca' and Child
rvu'e Coat, will go to litgticat lil.l
iUt. hVKiuuinc a' 130 I'. M. 1st
door Kouth of Kinlroidrr Shop. II.
It. Alger. JTi .il
II. W. Urenkel and wife were ex
pected to return home Saturday even
ing from California where they went
aeveral weeks ngo. They will doiiot
less arrive on tho lirst through train
Mrs. C. W. Combs has taken a poai
tlon with Hletier'a Cash Store, and
will have eharge of the ladies' furnish
ings new department being added to
the alore. Mra. Comba began her
duties Monday moaning.
Sheriff V. H. Snider msde a trip to
Plush last week on official business.
He went to arrest Al. Hill, who sev
eral daya since assaulted J. J. Van
Keulen wiih a weapon, but after
reaching there was unable to find his
Alturaa I'laimiealer : N. A. Cornisn
left on the train taut week for San
Francisco on business. Among other
things he will file the complaint, sent
by tne Hoard of Supervisors, against
the N. C. O. Railway, asking that tne
matter of rates be taken up and ad
justed. The Ladies Aid Society ot the M. E.
Church will give a recital in connection
with the moving pi-ture show at the
Wizard hall. Saturday evening, Jan.
Ml, 1914. Rest musical talent of thia
city has been secured. Tickets on
sale at Mrs. Alger'a Kmbroidery store.
Admission 25 cents.
E.' K. CBlvin, vice president ni
charge of maintainance and construc
tion of the Southern 1'aritlc, baa res
igned to become vice president and
general manager of the Oregon Short
Lino. Hie resignation Is effective next
month, and headquarters will be main
tained!) Salt Luke City.
McKetidree & Arthur lam week
bought !I25 ewes and lambs from Dan
Chandler. 4.10 lambs from Roy Chan
dler ami 1.10 Ismbs from J. R. Redden.
The price paid was find PA L', er
head all around. The sheep will be
shipped to tho California market as
soon as the N. -('.-(. resumes service.
After being under quarantine thirty
eieht days owing to scarlet fever.
Attorney L. K. Conn and family have
again been enjoying liberty and free
dom aince last Saturday. Teddy, tho
seven-year-old son, waa the only one
of.tno two children ill from the fever,
Miss Mary bemit fortunate in evading
While attempting to extract a length
of water plrje from a number of
pipes, Leonard Say laat week sus
tained the Iobb of the little finger from
his right hand. He was pulling viol
ently on the pipe when it auddenly
gave way, causing him to tall back
ward, his linger coming betwean the
end of the pipe and a post. The mem
ber waa almost completely severed
from the hand.
C. A. Jerner, Helmer Nelson, John
Nordeen and C. Sunberg, an advance
guard for a Swedish colony from south
ern California, spent aeveral daya here
laat week looking over thia section
with a view ot securing a traot for
colonization purposes. Being unaole
to make.a thorough inspection of the
country owing to the amount ot anow,
they left on the train Sunoay. They
stated that thev would return here in
N. K. Uuyot and W. 8. Dupont eame
uo from New Tine Creek Tuesdsy
Heven new members were received
Into the fellowship of the Presbyterian
A. Kaufmann departed Thursday
morning of last week tor California
where he will spend the winter.
Z A. I. Kooaer waa in town Friday
trorn hia West Side- ranch near Ury
Creek. He repurta considerable snow
In bia vicinity
Mrs. Wade Williams csme mi f,,m ;
Alturaa Saturday to join her husband ; nd Veatcrday underwent an operation
who is superintending the feeding 0f at the Lakeview Hospital,
aeveral hundred head ot cattle in this' Wm. F. Woods came in town Tiles
vsllcy. !day evening from hia homestead on the
Thn A.hlsnd Record of January 22. w"1 si,lfl- ,,e reports three feet of
reports aevn feet of sow on tne level i
u I I h .nmm It Mrifl rtwirt fftlhnir II ,
further atatea that snow is banked !8
feet deep in some cuts. Know at Hia
aon ia eight leet deep,
U. Young, of the Alkali Lake
mmea, waa a buainesa visitor in;"
Lakeview laat weea, he having arrived
there Thuraday evneing following a
trip to Portland. He ststed at that
time there waa no anow at Alkali.
Th regular meeting of the L. C. !.
C. will be ield al the town ball Tues
day, Feb. 3, at 2 :30 p.m. Topics for
reading "A Problem! A Prophecy!"
by Alice Hubbard, Mrs. A. Ilieber;
"A Woman a War." by W. F. Rigelow,
Mrs. K. I). Kverett.
(iuy Nyswaner. who for the past few
months has been employed by the
Coodwin Stables at Klamath Fulls,
last weea panned through Ijakeview on
his way to Reno whee he expects to
enter the employment or the Reno
Wster. Heat and Power Co.
... ., .u u .i.
Rev. and Mrs. reese of the Meth-
. ... . .
uuini V'Uuiiii "tit i. in. ini'tiLvi "iiii i
an invitation to tne twcnijr-iinn wcu- ,
ding anniverssrv reception of Ur. and
Mrs. Ricnmond Kelley, which was beld
January 22. at their borne 4051 Glad
stone Ave., Portland, Ore.
The Western and Northern atagea
continue to render excellent service,
regardless ot weather conditions. Both
lines are operating on achedule time.
Deep drifts have held up the Eastern
line to Plush, and yesterday Con
tractor Cory aent out a number of men
and homes to open the road through
The parcel post ia getting to be tak
en seriously about Merrill, says the
Record. In a few days a nhtprnent of
live tona of flour is to be made from
the Martin mill here to merchants at
lily. The flour will be shipped in 50
pound bags, and is figured that a sav
ing of 18 cents per hundred weight is
to be gained by using the parcel post
instead of ireight wagons.
Alturaa New Era : The rase ot the
People vs. John Melzer, on a charge ot
furnishing whiskey to Indiana, wbicn
waa tried in justice court laat week,
resulted in the jury standing ten to
two in favor of acquittal. Attorney
E. A. Sherman made an able defenae
in the matter.
It is said that lha heavy snow in the
mountains is driving many quail to the
valley, and an appeal is being made
to encourage the feeding of these birds
when it is possible. Several farmers
and ranchmen are providing feed for
the quail and it ia to be hoped that
everyone who can will assist in the
work ho that the little bird will not
be exterminated from this section.
N. (J. .lacobson and N. C. White, ot
the f remont National Forest, thia
morning left on akeea for the Thomas
Creek station to repair the Forest
telephone line, running to biker Lane,
which is down at that place. Thev
alHo expect to climb some of the high
est peaks, including Cougar, In that
The Indiana on the Klamath reserva
tion are agisting the matter of cit
izenshlp. It ia likely that at their
Council meeting, to be held the latter
part of thia month, aome definite act
ion will be taken to petition the Inter
ior Department for full citizenship.
The Indiana feel that they are fully
capable of aelf-government, and they
no longer wish to bo held aa warda.
An 'appaling tragedy occurred at
Adin, Lassen County, Cal., last week
when three children of Mr. and Mra.
Karl Harbert perished in (he flames
while their reaidence burned to the
ground. The three children together
with an older ateter were lett in the
house while their parents were away.
The flames started in the upper story
of the building alter the younger boya
had retired. It ia anppnied that an
overturned lamp waa the cause of the
Wm. Woods waa in town yeaterday
from bia farm on the West Hide.
Reports have it that anow ia over 20
feet deep at Truckee on the Hoot hern
Pacific road out from Reno.
J. U. Redden waa a business visitor
In town the tirat of the week from bia
home several miles west of town.
'the Lad lea Aid of the the M. E.
Church will present the Carnival of
Nations as soon as the Wlzsrd ball ia
Mrs. J. S. El ler. of f aisley, has
been spending aeveral days in thia city.
the foothills south ot Dry
Kt. Ridwell News: The Petersson
Hruther'e beef csttle, about 135 head,
recently purchased by Ren Cameron,
wtrc ur,ven lo n"'n,n1"t
... . . tif.it i i. . i
Andy Korneth baa been ready for
the past week to take the first train
out of Lakeview. He will visit bia
parents and old borne in Erie County,
Penn., expecting to return to Lakeview
A. E. Nelson, who ia locating Battlers
on land in the Rabbit Creek basin in
Warner Valley, arrived in Lakeview
Saturday in company witi Guy l.
Emery, of Wintcra, Cal. : J. ard C.
Ueag, Livermore, Cal.: L. 1. Leonard,
K. Hover, Oakland; and M. Metz,
I San Francisco. Mr. Nelson and some
lot the party bave gone to inrjiect the
iland, while others are remaining in
Work waa started this morning to
harvest the ice crop on the Reed pond
, v .
west of town, but owing to poor qual-
waa abandoned. It la said
that the ice was of fair thickness but
in two layers with a cavity between.
Ice users are beoominsr anxious about
next season's stock, aa the best Ice
weather we have aa a rule is during
the first part of January. The only
ice put up in town waa aome by the
Reno Rrewing Company last month.
That which almost equalled a blizzard
was the snow storm here Son day.
tarly in the morning rain began fall
ing, which gradually turned to snow
about noon. Thia waa accompanied
by a atrong wind, lasting well into,
Sundav night, and piling op deep
drifta. Since that time the thermom
eter has been well below freezing at
nights, but toe days are quite warm
and cleaaant, causing alow thawing of
the anow in afternoons. The snow at
preaent ia about a foot deep on the
Dr. Denniaon Cook, wife and mother,
who bave been in Lakeview the paat
few montha. expect to leave for Han
Francisco next week. That they are
favorably impressed with Lake County
and thia valley is noted by the fact
that they have purchased considerable
real property, botn farm and eity in
this locality. Before returning to
Chicago they will do aeveral montha
entertaining in Han Francisco, as Mrs.
Cook, who atill writes under her maid
en name of Edith Maida Lesaing has a
wide popularity. Among several other
popular hits, she ia the author of
Physicians to Meet
The physicians of Modoc Coupty have
extended an invitation to the physicians
of Lassen County and of Lake County,
Oregon to attend a meeting to be held
at Alturaa on February 3rd and 4th
for the purpose ot forming a county or
District Society, says the Plaindealer.
They expect to have present at that
time Dr. Berry of San Francicso, who
is the Assistant Secretary of the State
A banquet will be tendered to the
visitors by the three Alturaa physi
cians. Dr.W, E. Coopege, Dr. John
Stile and Dr. A. Gibson.
Aa waa announced last week, cook
ing claaa for ladiea of the town will be
conducted at the High School, begin
ning Feb. 2, 1914, and continuing for
two weaka, provided, that the regis
tration la large enough to warrant the
work. Lectures on. aubjeota pertain
ing to the Course will be given the
aecond week. All arrangements must
be completed by Friday, Jan. 30.
L. C. I. C. Elect Officers
At the annual meeting ot the L. C.
I. C, beld laat week the following
officers were elected for the the ensu
ing year: Mrs. L. Vanderpqol, pres
ident: Mra. Harry Bailey, vice-pres-
Aident; Mra.. tiieber, treasurer and
Mnrs. E. E. Rinehart, aecretary.
High School Notes
Hinging data Tuesdsy evening at 7
Basket Ball game at Snider's Opera
House Friday mgbt.
The High School pupila are practic
ing on a program to be given Friday
night Feb. 20.
Our reading table seems to be grow
ing lean since the mails bave stopped
fur the winter.
The Coonty eighth grade examina
tion waa held a weeK ago by Mrs. Kar
tell, tight pupils of Lakeview took
the test and were promoted to high
The sight rsadmg music class had
their first meeting Tuesday night. ,
Twenty-one pupila were present arid
the interest manifested waa good. We
predict that much work will be done
during the ten lessons and others wish- -ing
to join should be present next
The following pupila entered the
High School thia week: Pearl Briles,
William Arzner, Aurelay Feider, Ethel .
Ogle, Zona Watson, Corda Wilson,
Lorena Bailey, Pearl Chandler, .Ralph ,
Barnes, and Marie Rebart. Ibis
makes a total enrollment this year of.
The exhiDit laat week waa the best,
tne school haa ever given. The sewing .
room was entirely surrounded by work
presented by the varioua gradea and ,
they showed a marked improvement
over former exhibits. Manv of the
school patrons spent some time in the .
exbiDit room and yet many more ,
should bave apent a few minatea in
visiting our school band work.
Rev. George A. Crawford, Minister.
10 A. M. Bible School. Classes for
11 A. M. Preaching: Subject:
"The Signs ot the Times."
Violin Duet: "Over the Stars there
ia Reat." Abt.
Denniaon Cook will play another of
bia own compositions on the piano.
7:30 P. M. Popular 20 minute lecture
on "The Venerable Beds."
Edith Maida Leasing will sing
"Just as the Ship Went Down" a
beautiful aong with the strains of
"Nearer my God to Thee" Interwoven.
Ibia is another of ber songs that haa
had a sale of over a million copiea.
Hewitt Lands Forfeited
Twenty-six patenta to timber landa
near Sumpter, in Baker county, belong
ing to the Hewitt Land company, hold
ing corporation for Henry Hewitt Jr.,
the Seattle millionaire, ware ordered
forfeited to the government by United
States District Judge Bean on the
goonda that fraudulent methods were
uaed in securing them.
The claims are covered with yellow
pine timber and are valued at more
than 30U0 eacn. Professional entry
men were employed by agents for
Hewitt to locate on tbeae landa for;
email fees.the government declared in
its auit, instituted two years ago. i
Governor Goethels j
President Wilson has offered to ten-
der the governorship of the Panama1
Canal Zone to Colonel George Ooe
thels, which position, according to te-
porta, be has decided to accept in pref-:
erence to t'olioe Commissioner of New
York which position waa also offered
Colonel GoetheU by Mavor Mitchell.
If he become eovernor ol Panama,
Goethels will have almost autocratic;
power in the appointment of 2,500 men ,
who will compose the operating force
ot the Canal Zone.
Jay Mitchell Married
Siskiyou News: A marriage license
issued in San Mateo County and pub
lished in the Sunday Examiner bas
appraised Yreka friends of tho mar
riage of Miss Wilhelmiha Toitka Miller
and Jay B. Mitchell of (Jazalirt. Miss
Miller left the day after Christmas to
visit a friend in San Mateo, and Mr.
Mitchell went below the follow ing Sun
day. They will be given a wrm wel
come on their return to Gate lite, where
they will make their home, foe News
jolna their friends in extending con
The Lakeview Chautauqu L. S. C.
will meet with Mra. J. Venator,
Monday. February 2, 1U14. a,t the hour
of 7:30 P.M. Program: Kbll Call,
Current Eventa. The leascin (Where
Civilizations meet, Article . Cbeut
auquan. January 31, 1914,) will be
read by the class.
Nice line ot boya suite tfo pair
of pants with each suit. Mercantile Co
Wm.F. Paine & Co
Showing of .
Including a splendid line of staples, also
the latest novelties from foreign
and domestic mills.
A wide range of patterns priced at $15.00
to $45.00, with exceptionally strong values at
$20.00 to $30.00.
WE GUARANTEE A FIT
BRITTEN & ERICKSION
Would You Buy an
AN YOU imagine enough difference be
tween the Overcoat of last Winter and
this to make a coat cost $4.75 less. We
COULD sell these Overcoats for this
season's models but we want you to know
that our advertising will always be trustworthy,
and so we tell you that these coats are last
season's stock. They are exceptional values
at the prices and will pass for this season's
garments anywhere. These Overcoats are all of
the mixed goods, so popular now, and you lose
if you need an Overcoat and miss this sale.
A general range in size
from 36 to 42-in.
$ 1 8.50 Coats $ 13.75
$15.00 " $11.25
$14.50 " $10.75
$13.50 44 $10.00
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
W -t v " 14 al
A '-m ...
We can fit any boy in
sizes 14 to 18
$12.50 Coats $9.25
$ 9.00 " $6.75