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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1914)
CURTIS & UTLEY, REAL ESTATE
120 imtcii on Cottonwood creek, 35 acre into Timothy, Alfalfa, Grain, and a nice
KnrJcn, walrr rlit, nn ideal small dairy or poultry farm, lot of outside grazing, housr,
liarn, xronery Mid other out-liuildingt. Price, $ 1 800, half cash. II miles from Lakeview.
tt-room residence in Drenkel addition, near City I'ark, two lots 100 by 150. Urn
and chicken house. I'rice, $2000, half cash at 6 per cent. The price is less than cost.
320 acres good land, part into grain and alfalfa, near Union School, all fenced
and cross fence, barn and corrals. Stock water in creek always. This is a good farm,
at $20.00 per acre.
310 acres three miles north of Lakeview, 200 acres fine-alfalfa land, about 100
acres now in cultivation, 100 acres pasture land, part of which can be planted to fruit
Warner Creek flows through the land and a nice spring that can be piped to the house
and barn. Place fenced, house and barn. Price $ 1 6 per acre.
80 acres of meadow land, cuts 80 tons of hay. At head of lake, price $15 per acre.
680 acres 8 miles north of Lakeview for $15 per acre. 80 acres into meadow, cuts
100 tons, 40 acres pasture land and all the balance is fine grain and alfalfa land, good
water right, new house and large barn, 500 acres fenced. This is sure a bargain.
40 acres timber good wood claim, 1 1 miles from town, has between 800 and
1000 cords of wood, good road and level land. Price $350.
Two and one-ha'f 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 prices of land all over Lake and Modoc Counties.
Xahc County Crammer
THUKi-DAY, FhiiUIJAH Y 19, 1H14.
t'rlfo Mitnkfta, bath robea, sweat
era noil k I oven at the Mmcaiillle Co.
Ituonia to let, tint bent In town.
Opix.Hlto tin Wizard Hull. KllUf
(Juiirn" lluntiHii wnri down from
I'ulnli-y tho first of tho week.
Murruy Heard loft liiHt week for
Woodland, Cat., beliiK called home
owliiK to tho llliwtHH of Mm futlitT.
i,'. O. 1'rutt, a furmer ami Block -muii
TL-HldliiK a f:w mile Mouth of
likuvliiw, upmit a few diiyn In Iteno
It In stated that the Jlrnt Nutlonal
nl Dunk of llend has arranged to sell
200 cuIvch to lt iiutrniiM tliU full on
J. XI. Autuu, local UKi'nt for the
Kurd cars reports that tho price for
tint 1914 modl TourliiK Car fully
irijnlppod will bo $060.
Lout, Indies navy blue Merge rout,
between II. . M. Htore and buth
houne, on Sunday evenluK, Kub. 15.
Kinder tilenno leuvu at thin otlUo.
llurnx Times-Herald: Chan.
Faulkner went to 1'ortlund tho flrn
of thn week where lie will remntn
for several weeks In huvo IiIh eyes
The MudruH Pioneer siiyn (hut u
ruhblt drive held there lately nett.-i;
between threo and four thouHitnd
rabbltH. About two hundred people
attended tin) drive.
J. li. Aulen. who with Win. Jen
nlriKx. Iuih the aKi'ix-y for thin terri
tory for Ford Automobiles, will re
reive u ear load ttlilpmi-nt of tnu
c hi nen In about ten days.
The I'ediu vllle Itecord of l.t.-
week report) the Had news of the
death of little Annu. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. 1.. Shirk, whoao deuth
oerured ut Selinn, Cullfornlu.
Henry Volmer. democrat, wuh
eliH'ted CoiiKreHNinnn IuhI week from
th Second Dlstrlrt of Iowu. He hud
u large plurality, the progressive
candidate making a poor third.
A dlnputch from Salenl, (luted Feb.
13. KttH Hint Henry L. HeiiHon of
KlumnUl FuIIh Iiuh filed his declaru
Hon an a candidate for the Republi
can nomination for Supreme Court
George Kent win In town Monday
from hit couHtructlon camp on Drovs
Creek whore be 1h completing Home
work on that portion of the Goose
Lake Volley Irrigation company's
project on the Went Side.
Senator Augustus O. Huron, oi'
Georgia, died In Washington Satur
day after an Illness of two week.
He was chairman of the aenate for
eign relations' committee, and n
member of other Important com
Norman Jacobson, Assistant For
eiiter of the Fremont National For
est, Iiuh placed an order with J. 11.
Auten for a 1914 Ford cur. The ma
chine will urrlve with h cur loud shlp
ment which Mr. Auten will receive In
u few dayH.
An open ulr siiiiltorliuu for Hie
care of persons affected with tuber
culosls will be built aoon at Hend,
aays the Portland Telegram. The
iiiHtltutlon will be named the Pierce
Sanltorlutn, In honor of Dr. Pierce
of Portland, Its president and medi
Hy a vote of 734 to 189, Grunts
1'uhh last week voted to legalize the
bond issue of $200,000 for the build
ing of a municipally owned railroad
from that city to the Applegate Val
ley, a distance of 10 mtleB. The vote
was to correct procedure In an elec
tion held for the purpose last fall.
Mrs. Mary K. PoBton, who con
ducted the Clover Leaf Inn at Bo
nanza prior to the recent fire, wad
found dead In bed at her homestead
cabin near Dairy one day last week.
She had been in poor health, and
it Is believed that the shock of the
Are hastened her death. She was 60
The Silver Lake Leader states thai
their chief of police has received a
communication from Governor-WeBt
informing him that numerous com
plaints, concerning the Bale of liquor
and gambling, have reached the
Governor's offloe. The accusation 1b
denied, and the Leader Bays there Is
no call for state aid in suppresses
vice In their city.
Firman and L. W. Crump were
over this week from Adel.
G. W. Duncan came in Tuesday
from his ranch at Abert Lake.
Nice line of boys sutta two pair
of pun is with each ault. Mercantile Uo.
John Itose rnturnod home last
week from a business trip to Susan
vllle. K. Keller, mayor of New Pine
Creek, was trnnactliiK business here
Henry Fox was tranniirtlng busi
ness In town Monday from bin honi'i
west of town.
J. (). Watts of Illy wan a business
vlBltor here this week, having come
J. M. Small, a prominent racher of
tho Summer Lake section, wus trans-1
uctlng business In the county seut
this week. j
II. C. Heldtmunu, salesman of
Frederlcksberg beer, was trunsuctlim
business here this week from Krno,
J. F. Hanson, of the West Side
4'olnt Hunch, Tuesday , received his
large Mitchell car which was shipped
from Los Angeles.
C. II. Young, who cume here a few
mouths ago from Oklahoma City, Is
reported quit HI at the home of Mr.
and Mrr,. II. II. Alger in this city.
J. A. Donovan Is In town thU wek
from hi property In the Chowaucan
Valley. He states they have had
a fine, open winter in that section j
A. H. Schroder was down from Sil
ver Luke tho first of the week on
business before the Land Olhcc. He
reports everything prosperous In his
Dodgers are out announcing a
Washington's birthday dance at the
opera house this Saturday evening.
Dancing hours ure from nine to
Mrs. Mary Hussell, mother of Dr.
I. Irving ItUMsell, who has been
spending I lie winter In Lakeview,
yesterday departed for Pitvllle, Cal.,
where slip will visp. with her '!aush
ter. From V. H. Snider, who returned
home from Herkeley last night, we
learn that G. W. Johnson of the
Hank of Lakeview who la spending
ills vacntion In California. Is now in
Manuel Sanders and wife left Sat
urday by private conveyance for Mr.
Sander's sheep camps on the desert.
They will be absent about a month
nnd will probably visit at Hums be
fore returning to Lakeview.
Sherlfl W. 1). Snider returned
home yesterday evening form a short
trip to Herkeley and other California
cities. John D. Cogburn formerly
of this place returned with him. It
Is said that Cogburn is accused of
non-support of his three children
who live with their mother here.
A delightful six o'clock dinner was
served Saturday eveiklug at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jr F. Burgess in
honor jf Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Glbbs.
who wi re recently married in Lake
view. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. 11. W. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs.
Glbbs, Mr. and Mrs. Hurgess, Miss
Bessie Burgess and James Burgess.
K. D. Lutz, who through the Silver
Luke Leader has announced hU can
didacy for the nomination of County
Commissioner on the Uepubllcan tic
ket, was attending to business mat
ters In the county Beat this week.
Mr. Lutz has resided in Lake County
about 26 years, and It Is said he has
numerous friends who desire to see
him elected to the otllce to which he
Heno Nevada was the scene of a
terrible tragedy Saturday night when
a Mace McCubbln shot and killed
Mrs. Gertie Gundry, wounded the
girl's sister, and then took his own
life. The crimes were committed
following the partita return from a
dunce. It la stated that jealously was
the motive which prompted the ter
Elsewhere In this isBue will be
found the announcement of R. A.
Hawkins, who seeks the Democratic
nomination for the oUce of County
Treasurer of Lake County. Mr.
Hawkins was appointed treasurer a
few months sir.ee out of the resig
nation of F. O. AhlBtrom. He is an
old time resident of the county and
it is not likely that he will have uy
opposition 'In tho race.
G. F. Cloud was a visitor in Lake
view Saturday from New Tine Creek.
Chas. Nelson, a farmer of the West
Side, was in town Tuesday after sup
Dave Handbury was a visitor In !
town yesterday from hn home on the ,
West Hide. i
T. II. Cloud and S. I'. Vernon Mon-j
day left for Dog Lake on a few days
Lakeview ( reimiery hotter is now!
70 cents per two pound print lit the;
lending store and Creamery. t-2
II. L. Chandler, proprietor of the
'orthern Stage Line, was a business j
visitor In Lakeview Saturday. J
Stanley Gray and wife, H. N. Kl-j
llotl and W. K. McCormack Monday I
canio down from Paisley by auto.
C. W. Keynolds was In town Toes
day from his ranch on the head of
the lake delivering cream to the lo
There were about 4 00 rabbits kil
led at the drive on the West Side Fri
day and about 350 more of the pesti
wire destroyed at the drive Sunday.
Tho twelve-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Smith who
bus been Buffering from an attack of
pneumonia is reported greatly Im
proved. Hoy Carey was in town Tuesday
from his hojne on the West Side. He
brought In a load of Duroc Jer
sey hogs which he Bold to the Lake-
view Meat Market.
Several bands of geese and swan
have been seen passing over town
the past few days, on their north
wurd flight, a sure sign, the old tlm-
otc '. of the approach of spring.
The Presbyterian Ladles Aid net
ted about $20 at the home talent en
tertainment at Solder's Opera House
Tuesday evening. The entertain
ment consisted of songs, music and
other numbers in addition to the re
gular program of motion pictures.
Mrs. J. Chas. Smith, of the Paris
ian Millinery, returned home Satur
day last from San Francisco, wnere
she purchased her spring and sum
mer stock of millinery. Mrs. Smith
was saved a trip to Chicago by meet
ing the sulesman lr. San Fran.-isco.
The recital given last Friday night
at the High School by the pupils of
Mr. Arant and Ml. White was well at
tended The students did excellent
work and plainly -howed the effect
of careful training. Each number
was w.ell rendered and with tie ex
ception of Kuth Bernard who was
unable to peiform the program was
Ft. Bidwell News: John Smith
pleaded guilty to furnishing whiskey
to three Indian girls in the Jubtlce
Court here Tuesday morning, and
waa sentenced by Judge Garrett to
pay a fine of $60 and serve 30 days
lu jail. Supt. Fuller of the Indian
school, had gathered sufficient evi
dence to convict Smith if he had de
cided to stand trial. The prisoner
went to Alturas Wednesday morning
to serve his sentence.
Another Governor Candidate
With reluctance, George C. Brow
nell says he has become a candidate
for the Uepubllcan nomination for
Governor. He was once the politi
cal dictator to Clackamas County and
an active member of the State Sen
ate for a number of years.
Following are some of the planks
of his platform:
To abolish the liquor traffic In
State and in Nation.
To grant votes for the women of
To keep all Asiatics out of
this country, particularly Hindus.
To give free tax exemption up t
To have every one enjoy free
To safeguard the interests of th
farmers in the construction of roads,
In observance of the State Sunday
closing law, County Attorney O. C.
Glbbs has asked the various pool and
billiard halls and candy stores In
Lakeview to remain closed on Sun
days. The principal places of business af
fected by this order are:" George
Storkmann, poll hall, C. W. Combs,
pool hall, M. S. Barnes, pool hall, T.
II. Cloud, confectioner and the Post-
Horn To the wife of It. C. Fos
ter on February 9th a boy. Kalph is
sure some happy dad.
Automobiles have been making
trips to Paisley from both directions
this week, showing that the roads
are open to the railroad both north
I. A. Cnderwood of the County
Seat was registered at the Hotel
Chewaucan last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Barnes autoed
to Paisley from their home at Lake
view, Monday and stayed over night
at the Hotel Chowaucan. The next
morning they left for Summer Lake.
Kvery one has been filling their
Ice houses this week and a large sup
ply of ice of good quality has beet
secured. It runs from six to ten
inches in thickness.
Following the Board of Director's
meeting last Saturday the Chewau
can Mercantile Company have an
nounced thaot an entirely new me
thod of doing business will be follow
ed at their store In Paisley. They
have put everything on a strictly
cash basis and will meet all competi
tion In every line. They are out af
ter the real money and by the way
they are lowering the prices regard
less of cost It begins to look as If the
mail order houses would receive a
sorious set-back in the homes of
Silver Lake Items
(From the Leader)
C. J. Catlow, of Summer Lake pro
ved up on his homestead last Satur
day before U. S. Commissioner West.
E. G. Graves made a trip to Bend
the first of the week to meet his sis
ter who expects to make a visit here.
Mr. Graves and his sister have not
met since 1874.
The ice harvest has been in full
swing this week and Silver Lake li
preparing for cool lemonade and
"grape juice" the coming summer.
The cold weather of the past fev
days put the ice In fair condition,
averaging fifteen Inches In thickness.
The greatest trouble seems to be in
securing men and teams to harvesc
J. H. DeLacey reports that the
city will soon be able to commence
repairing the old school building pre
paratory for the public use. He says
all owners In the country have as
signed their interests and but a few
more signatures are necessary to
have the title complete.
It may be Interesting to the out
side world to know that at no time
during the past winter has the Enow
in the Silver Lake valley been suf
ficient for sleighing. The horses
ranging along the foot-hills are as
fat and sleek as in summer and with
little feed cattle are coming through
the winter in good shape.
To Divorce Railroads
Alleging that the Southern Paci
fic control and operation of the Cen
tral Pacific constitute a violation of
the Sherman anti-trust act and of
the railroad laws under which the
roads were founded. Attorney Mc
Reynolds filed suit in the United
States District Court, at Salt Lake
City last week asking for a complete
dissolution of the relations alleged
to be existing between the two lines.
The Government also seeks to en
Join the Southern Pacific Company
from, voting Central Pacific stock or
deriving any profit from that line
pending disposition of the suit, and
asks that the Central Pacific be en
joined from recognizing the South
ern Pacific control.
Ten Piece Orchestra
C. C. Gott has organized a ten
piece orchestra for use upon special
The members are: Miss Lorena
Bailey, C. C. Gott, R. A. Clark an J
Dayne Lynch, violins; Kathleen
O'Neil, Walter Dykeman, and Itolla
McDonald, cornets; Miss Erma
Sharp, piano; Geo. A. Crawford and
Chas. Wallace, trombones, and Ole
Lakeview Chautauqua Circle
The Lakeview Chautauqua Circle
will meet with MIbs York at the home
of Mrs. Welch, Monday, February 23
at 7:30 p. m. Program, Roll Call,
Current Events. Lesson, Studtei In
the Poetry of Italy: Part III. MIbs
Mabel Snelllng. 1 and 2. Mrs. J. D.
Wm. F. Paine & Co
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while the sample lines are complete
We are exclusive agents for Alfred
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Prices, $15 to $40
BRITTEN & ERICKSON
Complete as shown, $47.50
FITTED WIT II
2 Pie Tins
1 Measuring Cup
1 Covered Boiler
2 Covered Boilers
1 Coffee Pot
1 Tea Pot
1 Ba-tlng Spoon
2 Pudding Pans
3 Ste Pota
1 Dish Pau
Description. Solid Oak, post construction, with dust proof over
lapping doors and drawers; best outside hinges and door catches;
finished Golden, dull rubbed. Full round corners on canopy and
base. Nickeloid Sliding Top. Height 68 inches. Base, with top
pulled out, 40 x 34 inches. Full tin Sanitary Bread and Cake Box
with sliding perforated lid, in base (removable for cleaning.) Large
Flour Bin with Sifter attached. Large Cupboard; space in canopy
fitted with Art Glass Doors. Utensil Cupboard space in base, fitted
with removable sliding shelf. Base Drawers are of generous di
mensions. The Enamelware is the well known Magnolia brand,
all seamless. The Cutlery is made of a good grade of tempered
steel, with securely rivited handles.
Nothing better can be had at the price. Many housewives are
compelled to do the best they can day by day, in a kitchen crowd
ed with inconveniences. To submit to a condition which a man
would not tolerate for an instant in his own field of labor. A
Kitchen Cabinet is conceded to be one of the greatest boons ever
offered to a housewife, and we offer here one of the best made.
Before stocking this cabinet we looked over about everything
offered in kitchen cabinet goods, and selected the one illustrated.
Mail Order Houses cannot beat our price. Figure your freight
and deduct 5 per cent from our price for cash payment. You see
the goods here, on our second floor, and we deliver immediately
PRICE, WITHOUT UTENSILS, $37.50
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
1 Meat Saw
1 Emery Stone
1 Can Opener
I Bread Knife
1 Paring Knife
1 Butcher Knife
1 Potato Masher
1 Rolling; Pin
1 Food Chopper
1 QlaaaTea Jar
1 Glaas Coffte Jar
6 Glaas Spice Jars