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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1914)
acres now in cultivation, 100 acre pasture land, part of which can be planted to fruit
Warner Creek flow 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 acre of meadow land, cut 60 ton of hay. At head of lake, price $15 per acre.
680 acre 8 mile north of Lakeview for $15 per acre. 80 acre into meadow, cut
100 tons, 40 acres pasture land and all the balance i fine grain and alfalfa land, good
water right, new house and large barn, 500 acres fenced. Thi is sure a bargain.
40 acre timber good wood claim. I I mile from town, ha between 800 and
1000 cord of wood, good road and level land. Price $350.
Two and one-half lots in the Sherlock Addition opposite Dunbar new residence.
A bargain at $550. Act quick.
We have several good ranches for cattle and sheep. Send for our large bulletin
giving price of land all over Lake and Modoc Counties.
CURTIS & UTLEY, REAL ESTATE
LAKEVIEW, OREGON (
120 acre on Cottonwood creek, 35 acre into Timothy, Alfalfa, Grain, and a nice
Eartlcn, water right, an ideal email dairy or poultry farm, lot of outside grazing, house,
arn. granery and oilier out-building. Price, $1600, half cash. 1 1 mile from Lakeview.
8-room residence in Drenkel addition, near City Park, two lot 100 by 150, barn
and chicken houe. Price, $2000, half cah at 6 per cent The price i le than cost.
320 acre good land, part into grain and alfalfa, near Union School, all fenced
and cro fence, barn and corral. Stock water in creek alwaya. Thi ia a good farm,
at $20.00 per acre.
310 acre three mile north of Lakeview, 200 acre fine alfalfa land, about 100
Xnftc Count? Cyamtncr
TUUKoDAY. KMiUUAKY . ltU.
"Curtis 4 Vth'T u, fur. N. 13
Oil) ttlunkrta, lath rnbea, sweat
vra and tilove nt lliu Mercantile Co.
J. and N. A. Webb of Tolo, Oregon,
Monday were registered at the Hotel
Oregon. Hut the Bulletin foret our
neighbor, Catherine I'rebrn of the
Dates for the 1014 I'endluton Kounrt
Vp have been definitely selected as
tinyder & Reynold guarantee every
Fountain Hyringe & Hot Water Bottle
sold st their store.
the I'ortlsnd Lumber Company of
South Portland sustained a $125,001)
lots from tire Isst week.
George Chandler and wife'spent sev
eral day in own tbe first of the week
from tnclr home at Abert Lake.
W. K. Scammon, lately of Modesto,
Cel., this week returned from Plush
where he ha been viaitlng the past
Tbe subject oT the aertnon to be
delivered next Sunday evning by Rev.
Feeseof the M. K. Church will be
"The Evil Effect of Non-Enforced
Klamath Falls papers report that
Antone Cattel, a former Klamath res
ident and well known to aome Lakeview
people, committed suicide re-ently at
Tort Costa, Cai.
A. E. Florence Tuesday came over
from Adel where ht has been for some
time oo business connected with the
store at that place. He exoects to re
turn there in a tew days.
A. E. Nelson, who is ssid to he
locating pariiea on lands in the vicinltv
of Rabbit Creek in Northern Warner,
and parly returned to Lakeview Mon
day after a trip of inspeeton to thst
Mr. and Mr. R. K. Funk, who have
been visiting in Los Angeles the past
few months, have instructed that their
Examinor be sent to Decatur, 111.,
where they will remain with relatives
for several weeks.
Frank Toler, formerly of Lakeview,
i. i uhn fnr the naat few veara has I
been residing at Tort Angeles, Wssh.. J
yesterday arrived in Lakeview. he
having made the trip down, excepting
between I'ortlsnd and the Dalles, in a
Bend Bulletin: We observe that
the rnnevillle Keview is now being
.conducted by Mrs. A. H. Kennedy snd
take the opportunity to extend our
greetings and wish her succors. Mrs.
Kennedy is the only womsn publishei
in Crook county if not In the state or
time the oold snso of the tint of
this week, the ice harvest is now on
and a considerable tonnage Is being
stored from both the Drenkel pond
south of town and the Reed pond on
Slash. The ice cakes are from eight
inches to one toot thick and of fiiir
Gerge Whorton, of the Examiner
otlioe. returneJ home IhbI night trom
San Francisco where he has beun tne
past two months completing a course
in the Mergenlhaler Linotype school
for operators. Mr. Whorton will now
operate the new Mergenihaler rtcently
installed in this ollice.
The regular monthly social ot the
local .Encampment order will be held
tomorrow evening In the I. O. O. F.
hall. Dancing and carda will be the
order of entertainment after which
light refreshments will be served. All
Odd Fellows and families and Rebek
ahs and families are requested to be
The Ladies Aid of M. E. Church
gave a pleasing musioal and entertain
ment in conjunction with the regular
motion picture program at the Wizard
Hall Saturday evening. Among the
number wai singing by Mrs. Farrell,
Mr. Norm, Mr. Gardner and Miss
O'Neill, and a piano duet by Mis
lileber and Prof. Arant.
J, J. Monroa, one ot the prominent
rancher of Goose Lake Valley was a
business visitor in Alturas Saturday,
ay th Plaindealer. Mr. Monroe
reports everything getting on nicely in
hi section. Tbe schools especially
are in a. flourishing condition. The
principal industry ut the present time
is th feeding of the cattle, and nearly
every ranch between Willow Kanch
and Lakeview i feeding their share.
Last week there were V cars of cattle
and 4 cara of hogs shipped from
Nice line of boy mlt two iwilr
of punts with each suit. Mcnantllo Co.
K. M. Green waa a visitor in Lake
view Friday from bis home near New
Robert Morris and wife were visitors
in town Saturday from their borne on
the West Side.
Attorney Chas. H. Combs marfe a
business trip to New Pine Creek Fri
day of Isst week.
II. C. (Joff, a firmer of the Vslley
h alls section, csine down Tuesday on a
short business visit.
Horn in Lakeview, Oregon, Febru
ary 6, 1914. to Mr. ant Mrs. K. S.
Arnold, of Clover Hit, a boy.
Lakeview Creitmery butter la now
70 centM x-r two pound print at the
leading store and Creamery. t-2
W. K. Barry, one of Lake County's
substantial stockmen, arrived in Lake
view from the range the first of the
Sheriff W. B. Snider left on Satur
dsy mernlng for Berkley, where he will
remain a few weeks with his wife and
Frsnk J. Struck and children have
removed from the W. K. Mernard bouse
on Slash Street to T. H. Bill house
In the Walter Addition.
It is atsted thsi work hat been tem
porarily abandoned at the Cons Lake
Valley Irrigation company's saw mill
on Drews Creek, owing to deep snow
In the canyon.
Gilbert D. Brown, aupervisor of 'the
Fremont National Koreat, 'Ihursdsy
left for Portland, by way of Bend, to
attend the annual convention of For
John Burke, of the Arm of Burke &
Larkin, Friday departed for San Krsn
Cisco in compsny witb John Flvnn who
wss called there on account of tbe
death of hi brother. Tommy Flyun.
AUCTION RALE JAN. 31. Balance
of Kt-ilon Stock ol Ladlea' and, Child
ren's ContM, will go to highest bid
der. NKiouiiiK nt 1H0 I. M. 1st
door Sunt h of Embroidery Shop. H.
II. Alirer. J 22-2 1
In subscribing for the Lake County
Examiner, .'. K Schubert, of Hilo,
Hawaii, writes: "This will give me
an opportunity to renew a former
acquaintance which waa interrupted
wnen I left Lakovew in 1891."
The many local friends of Mr. and!
. It L. . f U.' I . L. .. .. u, I
mm. uiii. u. "en, wiiii me iiuw ai
Susanville, Cal., will be pleased to
learn of the birth ot h babv boy to
them, wheh occured January 25, 1914.
The young man has been named Robt.
II. W. Drenkel end wife returned
home on the delayed train Saturday
from a several weeks trip to various
points in California. Their niece. Miss
Althea Drenkel, who accompanied Mr.
and Mr. Drenkel from here, returned
tn her former home in Dickinson, N.
Salem Statesman: The people who
will not help in getting permanent
highway ought to have ta remain
stuck in the mud. But they will not
be. They will enjoy them hs much as
the rent of the people, and will be
pointing with pride to them, after they
Colonel Charles W. Thatcher, the
good roads advocate, who wss recently
reported lost on the rosd from Klam
ath f alls to Baker, has turned up at
Ontario. In a long story to the Ore
gonian the Colonel recounts some ot the
experiences and hardships in the snow
bound hills of Eastern Oregon.
Senator Cnamberlain has offered an
amendment to the agricultural appro
priation bill, appropriating f50O,UO0
for expenditure bv the Postmaster-General
in the improvement of roads used
by rural carriers, provided the loesl
authorities furnish double the amount
needed lor the improvement of tbe
A social danoe will be given at the
Crooked Creek dance hall Friday night,
February 13. Mrs. J. fcibchhammer
will furnish tbe supper, and Mr. Steve
Shellhmmer promise to haul out a
load ot partiea from town and back for
60 cent each, providing ten or twelve
couple will go. Arrangement can be
made by calling phone 704.
The regular business meeting of the
Epworth League of tbe M. E. Church
was held Monday evening, at which
eight new members joined the League.
After the business tession exercise
were given by the different depart
menta of the organisation. The par
tlcipant enjoved a delightful sleigh
ride, the evening being concluded witb
an oyster supper at the home ot Mr.
and Mr. O. M. Gardner.'
Mrs. B. Clnpton of Bonanza arrived
in Lakeview Tuesday evening on the
James Dooson returned to Lskeview
Monday evening from a t'lp to various
Sleighing psrties and sleigh riding
ban been in order during the cold snsp
the past severs! days.
The New Era reports the birth of
a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Dunlap at Alturas, January 22.
George Panosea, of Los Angeles, who
recently ourchsned the Isrge lowers
rsnch at Joseph Crek, wss an arrival
Walter Leehman yesterdsy brought
up a load of hogs from hi father's
farm near New Pine Creek for tbe
tiooae Lake Valley Meat Market.
Soioetbing new In the soap makcr'a
art, Nyal'a Toilet Soap la at once san
itary, hygienic and delightful In use.
Ten oents the cake at Snyder & Rey
nolds Drug Store,
J. U. Ulsir Tuesday came down from
tbe Cbewaucan Valley where he ha
been the past tew months. He will
remsin here an indefinite time receiv
ing medical treatment.
The entertainment given by the
Presbyterian Churen Thursday night
st tbe Wizsrd Hall hsd a large atten
dance, the building fund being in
creased about 150 by the receipts there
from. The next dsnce of the Sequoyah Cluo
will be held Friday evening, February
13, at tbe opera house, tne regulsr
meeting nights of club being the sec
ond and fourth Fridsy evenings of
O. L. Dunbar, of the Lakeview Mer
cantile Co., accmopamed by bit wife
and Miss Amy Hervford, isst week
returned home trom Portland where
Mr. Dunbar went to purchase the
spring line of merchandise for tbe
McKenaree & Arthur Tueslav morn
ing shipped eleven cara of' mutton
sheep which they recently purchased
here. The stock was transferred at
Doyle and taken to San Francisco over
the Western Pacific, Mr. McKendree
accompanying the shipment.
Merrill Record: Ueorge Cannon
brought his sheep out from the lavas ,
Ssturdsy and has been holding them
along the hills at Lower Klamath lake, j
He has 2700 head in the band, and
unless weather conditions improve be
will bring them to a teed lot south of
The annual ahort cou-se in agricul
ture and its allied interests will be
held in Burns from Februsry 16 to 21
inclusive. Effort will be made to
assist the new settlers who hsve come
from other states and have found clim
atic conditions to which they are not
George Edgecomb, who witb his wife
came here last fall trom Topeka. Kan
ass, snd purchased the H. L. Northup
place a few miles northwest of Lake
view, Isst week disposed of bis house
hold effect and farm implements, pre
paratory to returning to Topeka where
he has taken a position witb a school
Forty-nine souls were lost in the
icy waters of the Atlantic early Fri
day morning when the Old Dominion
liner Monroe was rammed amidships,
practically cut in two and sunk in less
than 10 minutes, by the Merchants
and Miners liner Nantucket. The 49
lost comprised 25 passengers and 24
members of the orew.
It ia announced that the Oregon
Short Line has taken over operation ot
the railroad between Vale and Juntura,
a portion of the Oregon Eastern line
being constructed across tbe stste.
Tbe Juntura Time reports that indi
cations point that the O.-W. R. & N.
will have charge of the construction of
the road west of that place.
Burna Times Herald : C. M. Faulk
ner of the Eastern Oregon Engineering
Co. has ordered a Studebaker Six car
to be used in connection with hi busi
ness. The company has been using a
Studebsker since 1911 and the excel
lent service received from it was a
trong factor in selecting the latest
production of the Studebaker corpora
The Altura Plaindealei report that
there is being quite a shitting of stock
cattle back and forth from different
sectiona for feeding purposes. Fred
Huffman moved a large band of horse
to the Uleason ranch, and Ralph Day
brought back from Surprise a band of
stock cattle to feed on tbe XL ranch.
Other change are being made, but hay
is abundant and no uneasiness is felt
regarding the future.
Kctraeement and remarking of the
entire Oregon-California boundary
line is advocated by Comissioner
Tallman in his annual report to Con
greta recently issued. Frequent com
plaints from homestead entrymen and
mining men bsve brought to the notice
of the department the fact that the
apptoved plata of survey do not repre
sent the actusl stste of the trscts.
That sslaries of teschers in Oregon
sre gradually Increasing is shown by a
bulletin recently istued by Stste Hop
erinterdent Churchill. For the school
year ended last June tbe average mon
thly sslsries . were as follows: Msle
teachers. 184.25: female teschers.
$01 74 : teschers in one-room buildings.
tGO. 60 assistant teachers In buildings
of more than one room, S6M.43; prin
cipals, C95.16. City Superintendente
were paid sn average salary of SI 929.
69 a yesr.
County Attorney O. C. Ulbc aud
Atty. W. Lair Thompson last Fridsy
went to Pine Creek on legal business.
D. W. Thomas, a ealoonman of that
place had enured a complaint against
W. S. Dopont, a druggist, tor selling
liquor without a license. Tbe principal
question arising was that concerning
Jurisdiction of the atate court over
liquor license in an incorporated town.
Th fsets were etipulsted that Dopont
did sell liquor and bad no license, and
the matter will be brought before the
Lakeview experienced tbe coldest
night of the year Sunday night. Both
Saturday and Monday night were also
quite cold but the weather has moder
ated considerably since. C. C. Gott,
westher observer, report Jtbat tbe
thermometer was five degrees above
zero Sunday night at bis place five
milea from here, but the various small
thermometers did not register colder
than eight above in town. The freez
ing anap bad some effect on a few
water pipes, but it proved a great boon
to those depending on nstural ice.
Ashland Record: An old-fashioned
stsge boldop occurred on the muntain
road between- Yreka and Walker last
week. Two masked men in ragged
overalls sprang out from a clomp of
bushes, covered the driver and ordered
him from hie teat. They rifled bis
pockets, securing forty-five dollars,
tied bis bands ttgether and plsced bim
inside the cosch. There were no pass
engers and the mail waa untouched.
Before leaving the bandits started the
horses down tbe mountain, but tbe
driver got his hands free in time to
prevent an accident. There Is no clue
to tbe bighwsymen.
Wilson Lifts Embargo !
A Washington dispatch under date of i
Feb. 3, state that Preaident Wilson, J
by an executive order made public at
the white bouee that date, removed all ;
restrictions against the exportation of i
munition ot war into Mexico from
the United States, placing the contend
ing elements on a basis of equality i
with respect to the purchase of arms j
and supplies in this country.
The executive order emphasized that
it was the desire of the United States
to be in the same poaition of neutral
ity toward the contending faotions in !
Mexico, as were the other powers.
Since this action, we predict that the
Rebels will soon be in control of the i
Southern Republic. .
By making boya who smoke cigar
ettes ineligible to capital prizes offered
in the Industrial Fair contests, Stste
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Churchill hopes to be able to wage
an effective war on cigarette smoking
among boys in the schools ot the state.
These cspital prizes consist in a trip to
the State Fair and free entertainment
during the fair to two boys from each
county winning the highest prizes at
the local industrial fairs, and in a trip
to the Panama-Pacific Exposition for
boy ranking highest in the State Fair
contest. No boy who smokes cigar
ettes will be eligible to these contest.
The plan further calls for these win
ner to wage war on cigarette-emoting,
and they will adopt a slogan.
Would Protect Clerks
The postoftice appropriation bill,
carrying a record-breaking total ot
$305,000,000 was passed laat week by
the bouse. It Includes an amendment
which extends to postoftice cieras,
letter carriers, rutal free delivery
carriers, mounted letter carriers and
postoftice messengers, for injuries
received on duty, full salary tor one
year after injury, witb an additional
half salary for another year If necess
ary, and $2000 lump sum payable in
case of death.
Wm, F. Paine&Co
CHENEY Tubular Four-in-Hands, all
new patterns, regular 50c Ties, special
.'. Three for $1.00
New Crystal Weave Four-in-Hands, just
out, price 50c
Keiser "Barathea" Neckwear in Four-in-Hands
and Bows, all plain colors, price
We are exclusive agents for H. M. Marks and
Alfred Benjamin Tailoring Lines.
Samples for Spring and
Summer of 1914
By Buying for Cash
EGINNING January 1st, we inaugu
rated the policy of allowing a discount
of 5 per cent upon all cash purchases
made in our store. The arrangement
went into effect without special announce
ment and met with instant favor among
UR prices have always been extremely
reasonable, and as low as consistent
with the quality of the goods. Our
aim always has been to carry the best
of everything in its class. Our constantly
increasing trade is a pleasing index to the
satisfaction we are giving, The 5 per cent
discount is offered entirely as an apprecia
tion of cash in hand.