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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1914)
CURTIS & UTLEY, REAL ESTATE
i LAKEVIEW, OREGON
120 acica on Cottonwood creek, 35 acre into Timothy, Alfalfa, Grain, and a nice
Harden, water rixht, an iflrol small dairy or poultry' farm, lot of outside grazing, house,
barn, granery and other out-huildings. Price, $1800, half cash. 1 1 miles from Lakeview.
fl-room residence in Drmkcl addition, near City I'ark, two lots 100 by 150, barn
and chic ken house. I 'rice, $2000, half cash at 6 per rent. 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 $16 per acre.
60 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-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 prices of land all over Lake and Modoc Counties.
Xnftc Countp Eramlncr
TIIUKHDAY, Al AUOII 6, 1014,
I'lgs for sale, snyen shoats and
sow Apply at this office.
(Jeorae Fitzgerald was In town
Tuesday from his ranch a few miles
J. A. Kdmundnen was a visitor In
town Monday from his home ou the
V. L. HnelllnR rnuio up from Fair
port yesterday and will upend a few
days In Iuktvlew.
Wanted Competent cook for
ranch. Wrlto or phono J. F Han
son, West 8lde Point Itanch.
George Johnson, assistant cashier
In the Dank of Lakeview returned
home last week from a few weeks
, vacation spent In California.
Martin I.aurllten, who has been
spending the winter In Oakland,
passed through Lakeview last week
enroute to his home at Paisley.
C. I. Karra, sperlal agent of the
Oeneral Land fflco, arrived ' last
night aud will remain for several
days Investigating several entries.
The Fort Rork Times says that
MIms Hllduer Flnley left Sunday for
Lakeview where she has a position
teaching a school about 16 miles
north of Lakeview.
Horn In Ialtevlew, Oregon, to Mr.
and Mrs. liowland Acker, a boy. Iloth
mother and child are reported to be
doing nicely. The proud father Is the
night hostler for the N.-C.-O.
Mrs. K. H. Clark entertained a
number of lady friends at her home
yesterday afternoon. The order of
entertainment consisted of "600" af
ter which a delirious luncheon was
It Is reported by the Portland pa
pers that track 1'iylng on the exten
sion of the Oregon Kastern Railroad
from Juntura to HverBtde, a dis
tance ' of about 20 miles, will be
started this week,
We are prepared to furnish you
Ice cream, product guaranteed, In
any quantity, one gallon delivered.
$1.76; two gallons, or more $1.60
per gal. delivered, discount on five
gallons or more, lirlrks a specialty.
Hev. (ieorge A. Crawford of the
Presbyterian Church will give a (Huh.
trated lecture Sunday night In Ma
sonic Hall on "The Presbyterian Col
leges of North America." About 75
lantern slides will be used, many of
them being hand colored.
March was ushered In like the
proverbial lamb, with a warm spring
like day.' When March makes Its ad
vent In this manner an ancient sooth
sayer once remarked that the month
will go out like a lion that Is there
Is to be a roaring of wind and' rain.
The city council of Portland ad
opted the water meter ordinance by
a vote of three to two. Under the
terms of the ordinance the commis
sioner of public utilities is authoriz
ed to advertise for bids and lft con
tract for 6000 water meterH.
Governor West was notified by the
Judge of Union County that the
court would declare Cove, the town
to which the Governor's Secretary
was dispatched, "dry." Union
County, with the exception of
Cove precinct, voted "dry" at the
last general election.
Rev. 8. K. Milan, Baptist Mission
ary is conducting a series of revival
meetings at Crane Creek a few miles
south of this place. Those who havt
accepted the faith of the church at
the meetings thus far are: Robert,
Karl and Kenneth Cogburn, Ross
. Duke and Wlllard Vernon.
Cedarvlllo Record: In speaking
of Lakeview last week, we forgot to
mention the Lakeview Examiner of
fice. It is the largest and most com
plete printing plant north of Sacra
mento, and has recently installed a
fine Linotype machine and is con
ducted by first class printers, who
turn out work second to none In the
The Lakeview Chautauqua Circle
will meet with Mrs. E. D. Everett,
Monday, March 9th, at 7:80 p. m.
Program, Roll Call, Current Events;
Subject, Studies in the Poetry of
, Italy; Rook II; Chapter I. The Orl-
"'. gin ot Italian Literature, Miss Ger
' trude Vernun. Chapter II, Pante;
Life and Minor Works, Miss Minnie
Vernon. Chapter III, The Divine
'Comedy, Miss York.
The new vegetable silk hose at
the Lakeview Mercantile Co.
C. P. 8mlth was an arrival In
Lakeview last week from Weston.
Frank Dobklns of Paisley was a
business visitor In Lakeview the first
of the week.
The M. K. Ladles Aid will hold
their fancy work sate April 4, next.
Prices reasonable. It
Try that molasses tarry at The
Kandy Kitchen. We use the best
New Orloans mollniscs.
A line of reasonably priced ladles
and children house dresses at the
Lakeview Mercantile Co.
Ms. Carrie Downs was up town
yesterday from her home a few ratios
out on the south road.
' Snyder Reynolds have just re
ceived some choice varieties of Sweet
Pea seeds, including extra nne Spen
Mrs. C. W. Foote, who with her
husband lives on a claim a few miles
north of Lakevlew.left last week, for
Alaska on a visit.
Hiram K. GUI was re-elected may
or of Keattle Tuesday by a majority
of nearly 10.000 votes, defeating
James D. Trenholme.
The Klamath Northwestern states
that Luke Walker has returned home
from Mexico and California where he
has been buying cattle for D. M. Mc-
The March term of County Court
was to have set Wednesday of thU
week, but up until late last evening
neither of the County Commissioners
It. F. Cloud was In Lakeview Tues
day from his home at Falrport. He
has been spending the winter In
building a house for himself In the
summer resort town. .
Rom In Lakeview, Oregon, Sun
day, March 1, at the Lakeview Hospi
tal, to Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Trpent, a
7Vi pound daughter. Mr. Troest is
proprietor of the Lakeview Cream
The N.-C.-O. has been arriving
quite late the post few nights, and in
order to give the trainmen their en
titled eight hours of rest, the train
has not left until eight O'clock the
lust two mornings.
George Kdo, the well 'mown arte-
slun well driller was over last week
from Warner where he drilled two
wells on the 7T property. It is said
that a good flow of artesian water
was secured In each well.
D. D. Haxter and family arrived
here Saturday from Cdarvllle where
they hive been i lie past several
months. Mr. Baxter expects to dis
pose of his property here aud go to
his native state. Wisconsin, to re
E. O. Lamb and A. F. Christen of
Paisley arrived In LakeVlew on Mon
day's train from an extended plea
sure trip to Portland, San Francisco
Reno and other points. They went
to Portland from Parley by way of
The report comes from Austin,
Texas, that Clemente Varara, an
American rathman, was shftt to
death while in custody of Mexican
federal troops while belug escorted
from Jail to the federaal headquar
ters at Pledras Negras, Mexico.
George R. Whorton, proprietor of
the Inn Saloon, left yesterday for
Stockton, Cal. where his wife and
children have been this winter.
It has been reported that some
plowing has been done this spring In
the vicinity of New Pine Creek and
Drs. Smith and Everett yesterday
performed an operation on John R
Ulalr. The patient is at the Hotel
Lakeview and is reported to be doing
nicely. Mr. Blair Is quite well ad
vanced !n years, but despite this the
operation proved successful in every
manner, and prospects are reported
bright for a speedy and permanent
The members of. Lakeside lxxlge,
No. Ill, A. O. U. W., plan to give
a dance on Thursday night ot next
week to which all members of the
order and Degree of Honor mem
bers are Invited. Invitations aUo will
be extended to a limited number ot
non-members. A rood time Is ex
pected and a large crowd will no
doubt be In attendance. Refresh
ments will be served at midnight.
The committee In charge consists ot
John Arzner, E. D. Everett and A.
Curtis ttley bur furs.
Cr'b t.lankets bath robea, sweaters
and gloves at the Mercantile Co.
Jack London, the author, la to run
for Governor of California on the So
cialist and Prohibition tickets.
Western Pacific Reader was attend
ing to business matters here a few
days last week, having come up from
Manuel Sanders and wife returned
honiel ast evening from a several
days trp to Mr. Sanders' sheep camps
on the desert. '
C. C. Oott left yesterday morning
for Salt Luke City where he was call
ed on account of the serious illness
of his mother.
George Chandler and wife Tuesday
returned to their home at Abert Lake
following a few days visit with
friends and relatives in this city.
In a score of 14 to 22 the Lake
view High School Basket Ball team
defeated the Gaelic Club at the game
played Thursday evenlnrr in the Wiz
Louis Wellastrom Is a late arrival
from Galesburg, III., and will spend
several days In this section studying
conditions with a view to locating
Dr. Russell of the Lakeview Hos
pital, assisted by Dr. Garner of New
Pine Creek yesterday performed a
successful operation on Mark Hartle
rode of Davis Creek.
V. L. Snelllng and F. M. Miller
will leave Saturday for Berkeley and
San Francisco. Mrs. Snelllng has
been visiting the past few weeks in
the Bay cities, and Mrs. Miller resid
es In Berkeley.
Wm. Jennings, who is Interested
with J. B. Auten In the sale of Ford
and Cadillac cars, In company with
his wife arrived here Monday even
ing from lloseburg. They will re
main here this summer. u.
Dan Malloy Friday returned from
Warner where he spent several days
on the 7T ranch gathering sonta hor
ses belonging to him. He says they
have experienced a very favorable
winter In that valley. i : . )- .
Word has ben received1 that A.
Kaufman, a former Jeweler of Lake-
view, hfls permanentlylocated In So-j
noma County, Cal. He has purchas-1
ed ten acres of land there and has
taken up country life. ,
George Batchelder came down
from the ZX ranch last week where
he has been acting as chef for the
dredger crew. He states that three
shifts ot men will soon be put on the
machine for the summer's work.
An eight pound baby boy was born
this morning to Rev. and Mrs. Geo.
A. Crawford of the Presbyterian
Church. Mrs. Crawford Is at the
Lnkevlew Hospital and she and son
are reported to be doing nicely. The
young son was named Paul Andrew
Murray Heard returned home
Tuesday from Woodland where he
was recently called to attend his fa
ther H. M. Heard, who died at his
home at that place, Feb. 21. Mr.
Heard was 74 years ot age and had
been falling in health for several
months. He is survived by a wife
and eight children.
It is learned that Miss Florence
Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Morris of Adel, w ho left here
lust fall to attend the Sister's school
In Medford, Is attending the Busi
ness College of that place. Miss Mor
ris and Miss Bertha Lofftus, former
ly of this place also, are stopping
with Mrs. J. Q. Wllllts.
Alturas New Era: Frank Toler,
formerly a rerldent ot Alturas was
visiting here last week for a couple
ot days. He informs us that he was
on his way to Burney to visit his bro
ther, John Y. Toler, who is very 111.
John Toler formerly was one of the
printers on the New Era, and has
many friends here who hope for his
speedy recomry. Frank showed us
a letter just received from Mrs.
John Toler which states that her hus
band's condition Is very serious, the
Illness being caused by hemmorr
hage of the brain. ,
HlKh Hchool Ntrfe
Prof. Gardner visited the Primary
Schools Tuesday. 1
The School Board made a visit to
the school last week.
Our basket ball boys play a game
at Alturas Saturday.
After waiting a long time we at
last have an electric light meter In
the school building.
Miss Wolf, our Science teacher
hopes to be able to play a cornet
soon so she can assist In the orches
tra. The High School Orchestra is now
working on more music and hope to
be able to take part in a concert in
the near future.
On account of the basket ball game
at Alturas next Saturday March 7 the
N.-C.-O. has kindly granted a rate of
$3.76 round trip to Alturas, tickets
good Saturday to Monday.
' Those wishing to visit our neigh
boring town should accept this op
portunity offered by the N.-C.-O. Co.
and swell the crowd to the boy's
The "Sage Brush Echo" was well
received by the people of Lakeview
and the last Issue was readily dispos
ed of. The next and last Issue for
the year will be ready about the last
of May and will have the features ot
an annual. It will assume propor
tions of a magazine with 100 or more
pages and will be replete with cuts
Not having a good place to keep
the pictures and not having material
for frames, the pictures earned at
the Art Exhibits were not ordered
when earned. The ioney was went
to the companies at the time of the
exhibit and a credit slip issued. The
pictures have now been ordered and
will arrive soon. The amount of pic
tures is over $100.
Wm. F. Paine&'Co.
LAKEVIEIW -:- OREGON
L. W. IUU President
Louis W. Hill chairman of the
board ot directors of the Great Nor
thern Railroad, will become presi
dent of the road to succeed Carl R.
Gray, resigned, who will become ac
tive head of the Western Maryland
road about March' 15.
New Spring Toggery
Gordon Hats- the utmost in hat goodness. ..$3.00
Earl & Wilson Shirts, from $1.50 to $3.00
New styles in "Red Man" Collars. 2 for ..25c
New Neckwear in Cheney and Keiser Silks 50c
BRITTEN & ERICKSON
(George A. Crawford, Minister)
10 A. M. Bible School.
11 .A. .M. Preaching: Subject,
"Church Union; Is It Possible?"
7:30 P. M. Illustrated Lecture:
"Presbyterian Colleges of North
Come and bring your friends.
Early Showing of Spring Styles and Fancies
Our opening announcement last week brought many friends to our store to
view our offering in Spring merchandise. They were pleased as you will be
when you see the extensive assortments from which you may choose the items
which meet your individual taste. The cream of the markets are here in Dress
Goods, Embroideries, Ruchings and Ruffleings, Allover Laces and Flouncings.
You are invited to shop with us, whether you buy or not; but with Easter only
a month ahead you will do well to consider the clothes question while the stocks
Suits and Coats New Dress Goods
We have just received by express
the first shipment of the popular
La Vogue Coats, and other ship
menta of Coats and Suits will ar
rive in a few days. We do not
exagerate when we say that we be
lieve you will not find elsewhere
the very latest ideas in styles and
colors as we are showing this
Spring. Our personal-buying
plan guarantees that what we
how is "what's what" in fashion
centers. You want your clothes
to be coming into fashionfand
not going out. The La Vogue
name in a coat or suit is a guarantee
of quality and style. Many shades
and patterns to choose from at
prices $10 to $20.
All the latest weaves and patterns.
Never before has a season been
ushered in with such a large range
of patterns and colors in cloths.
Almost one might say that anything
is in style, so great is the latitude
in selection; and yet the new goods
have an individuality of weave and
shade that make them entirely dif
ferent from the styles that have
gone before. Drop in and see the
latest offerings and get acquainted
with the new colors: Minart, Ashes
of Roses, Oriole, Hague, our old
friend Kelly, and others.
"Virginia Kid Gloves"
We are proud of our Kid Cloves. We have handled the same line for
many seasons. They give unfailing satisfaction in fit and wear. Black,
White and Tan. Colors will be furnished, upon special order, to
match any gown.
Ladies and Children's House Dresses
Splendid assortment of styles and patternsall prices
LAKEVIEW MERCANTILE CO.