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LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO,
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY II LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Our Comploto Tract Index
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Abstract can b mad, showing all detects of title.
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H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
rosTornct box S43 rMotin
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. WallacB, Coronor for Lakm County)
PROMPT ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
Lakcvicvv Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
Telephone) No. 101
J. P. DUCKWORTH, Manager
Suss to Meet AN Trains. Transfer
and Drayage. Storage by day,
Week or Month
"OUR CUSTOMERS ARE OUR ADVERTISERS"
Goose Lake Valley Meat Market
R. E. WINCHESTER, Proprietor
We endeavor to keep our market well
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKEDMEATS
5 lbs. Lard, 90c; 10 lbs., $1.80
s Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited ""a
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made an entire transcript of all Records In Lake
County which In any way, affect Keal Property In the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortsrajre and transfer
ever made In Lake County, and ever Deed given.
Errors Found in Titles
In transcribing the records we have found numerous mort
gages recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deeds are recorded la the Mortgage record and other books.
Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are not Indexed at all, and
most difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others . annot find them. We have pat nundreds of dollars
banting up these errors, and we can fully guarantee oar work.
J. D. VENATOR,
Every Morsel of
you put In your mnuth will
prove trader ami delicious If It
comes from lliis uutiket It will
he a revelation to you In the
way of fine eatlnr without any
extra experts. Have us send
you a roust, u steak or some
chops. A'o matter which jou
choose yon are in for finer meat
than you ever put your teeth
HAYES & GROB. props
CON BREEN, Proprietor
Special Attention to Transient Stock
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
Always Open Phone 571
Special Prices on Pillow7 Tops,
Filet Act Scarfs and Cushions with
Material to Word.
A new lot of Pure Linen Hand
kerchiefs. Embroidery Work to order.
MRS. H. B. ALGER
OPPOSITE JJhltl'l'OItD ISLDG.
Alger Land Co.
RanchesCity Property Rentals
Tuxes Paid and lientals
Collected for Son-residents
SURPRISE RAILROAD 'LAKEVIEW IS PRAISED THE beginning
PHOPOHKO LINK WOULD TAP
PUBLISH KK WIUTKS ULOW1NO.
LY OK LAKKVIKW
Rlt Lake Report Sara Work Will
be Commenced This Spring
on Modoc Road
Mere and more 1 am coining to think
K. N. Stanley Hpeaka of lklw mm that tbt beginning of good butter Ilea
Of GOOD BUTTER
a Coming MetrH)Ufr First
Vl.lt in Fifteen Years
A dispatch from Salt Lake City
Construction work on the project
ed Surprise Valley Railroad running
from Reynard, Nev., 65 miles north
east. Into Surprise Valley, Modoc
County, Cal., will be begun early
In the Spring, according to Informa
tion from the engineering depart-;
ment of the line. Preliminary work
auch as the surveys, has been com
pleted and equipment will soon bo
laid on the ground for the grading,
California, Nevada and Utah capi
tal Is behind the new line, which will
tap one of the most fertile valley
regions In Upper California, but
which has been retarded In tta de
velopment by the lack of transporta
tion facilities. While It will be an
independent road, It will have con
necting facilities with the Western
Pacific at Reynard, and running
northeasterly across the Nevada-California
line will give railway com
munication to Cedarville. Eagle-
tine, Lake City, Modoc and Fort
With the upbuilding of the line,
a reclamation project involving 64
000 acres of land Is proposed.
The Surprise Valley Railroad
Company waa incorporated In Satt
Lake City August 7. 1913, with
capital stock of $800,000. of which
$260,000 la preferred stock, and
$550,000 common. The officers of
the company are E. L. Perges, Pre
sident; Charles L. Rood, Vlce-Pre.il
dent; H. B. Laub, Secretary and
Treasurer. It is understood that J
E. Saxton, General Manager of the
Eureka Nevada Railroad at Palisade
Nev., is actively identified with the
A submerd tube railway between
Scotland and Ireland is proposed by
a Chicago engineer named H. G
Tyrrell. He suggests that a tube car
rying a double railway track could be
built between Black Head and Port
PatrlckNfor $5,000,000 or $30,000,-
000. This tube would have a length
of twenty miles. It would not be
drilled through the rock beneath the
water, owing to the expense and also
owing to the engineering difficulties
which would be created by the mid
channel depression, but it would lie
In quiet vater, free from the effect
of wind and wave, and would be sup
ported .ortinuously In a manner
which would provide a minimum of
Frederick J. Haskin In an article
on "The Immigrant In American
Life," written for the Chicago Dally
News, says: "The main body of the
new Immigration is Catholic. Out
of 1,000,000 immigrants arriving,
probably 600,000 are of Catholic affi
liations. It Is estimated that during
the last twenty years 10,000,000
Catholics have come to America.
Under the captiou "A Coining Me
tropolis," the Surprise Valley Re
cord last week contained the folbtw
leu: Several days ago we had occasion
to visit Lakeview, Oregon. It has
been about fifteen years since we
were there, and to say that we were
surprised at Its growth and building
is putting It mildly. It has doffed
the swaddling clothes of the little
country town and has donned the
metropolitan mantle with pleasing
effect. Facing on Water Street, the
main thoroughfare, are four blocks
of almost solid brick structures,
ranging from one to three stories in
height. These buildings are large
and room)', with show wlnddws that
will compare favorably with any of
the large cities. Consplclous among
them all Is the lleryford Duildlng,
of re-lnforced steel and concrete. In
the basement is an engine and dyna
mo which generates heat and IIkIUs
for the entire building. The Lake-
view Mercantile Co. takes up a good
portion of the first floor. This Is
one of the finest department stores
la Northern California or Southern
Oregon, and on entering one is forci
bly reminded of the large depart
ment stores San Francisco and Sac
ramento. This store also occupies
a large floor space on the second
floor. On the second floor Is also
the Antler's Club Rooms which
are luxuriantly furnished, and
where many pleasant entertainments
are held. The U. S. Land Office Is
also located In the second story.
The third story is devoted to offices
and an up-to-date electric elevator
makes the ascent and descent easy, i
All kinds of businesses are represent
ed In this little city, nnd business
seems to be on a heilthy basis, de
spite the financial stringency else-
whore. and the two bl? banks, the
Hank of Lukevlew and the First Nu-
tlonal report good business, and are
deeply interested in the development
of the city and country -urrotimtlng
In the care with which the milk la
drawn and how It la treated after
ward In the pulls, cans and other tin
utensils, aaya E. L. Vincent la the
It la not long ago that a neighbor
told me that a farmer of our neigh
borhood after milking his cow took
the meat to the can be waa to tend to
the creamery and poured It right out
without straining at all! I waa greatly
surprised that lu our day and age of
the world, with alt our papera advo
cating cleanliness and with all the lec.
turera going up and down the land
bowing bow Important It la that we
should be extremely careful bow we
handle milk If we are to have good
butter, that any one should be so ab
solutely ludirfvreut to the moat com
mon points of decency.
I know we cannot strnln all Impure
matter out of milk. I know that at
beat the strainer la a crutch, but It
doea help, and no man who wishes to
make good butter or to bare the milk
he sends awny to others, either to be
used aa whole milk or to be turned Into
butter at the creamery, clean, can af-
FAVOR TO HOME
RULE IS SHOWN
As a breed (he Ayrshire cow la al
most aa large aa tha tlolateln,
smoother In contour and qulla as
atrona and ruffed aa any breed of
cattle. They ara exceptionally aood
grasera and respond well lo food
cara In cold climates. There la a
entailer number of hlh record oowi
In the Ayrshire breed than In eome
other dairy breeds, but It Is qulla a
noticeable fart that Ayrshire herds
average high tn production This
demonstrates (rest uniformity in
the yielding- powers aa writ as In
color marking. Individuality. Im
and brerd type Kltnford ilrlle 111.,
lure pictured, waa Brand champion
Ayrshire at the national dairy show.
(From the li'iMli News)
King George, on February 10,
opened hla fourth session of the pre
sent parliament session that promUee
to be a history making one, owing to
the Important constitutional ques
tions to be decided.
In the king's speech, Home Rule
for Ireland and safety of life at aea
atood out prominently.
The klng'a words on Ireland show
ed he realised the gravity of the sit
uation. He aald he regretted hla ef
forts to arrive at a solution of the
problems of government in Ireland
tins not succeeded, but was In earn
est In hla wish that good-will and re
operation among all parties and
creeda may heal tho dtssentlona and
lay the foundations for an ever last
Wslter Iong, formerly unionist
chief secretary for Ireland, sprang
to his feet on behalf of the unionists
challenged Premier Asqulth to sub
mit Home Rule to a vote of the
Country. The plea made by the king
In a speech "to heal dissension"
found little else In Mr. Long'a advo
cacy or the case for the unionists
Premier Asqulth arose and aald:
"if thla matter Is not to be settled
and none desire It more than I
by something In the nature of a gen
eral agreement, It can be better settl
ed here and now than by a general
election. There la nothing the gov
'eminent will not do, consistent with
the fundamental principles of tn
bill, to avoid war and bloodshed.
ford to forget these fuiidumentnl prin
ciples May I name them over aa
brledy us I run?
Clean fiMid. the very Imltoin utmiv In
it. tvery ining seems to nave a pros- j the dairy wall.
perou nn1 propresnivo. appcerat ce.
There seems to be a Bplrlt of unity,
harmony, progresslvepcKs and gener
al boontlng in the atmoHphere. and
when one visits their pretty little
city, they are met with the glad
hand of welcome and are made to i
feel at home, and courtesies extend
ed that cause them to carry away
pleasant memories of their visit.
Lakeview Is prettily located, an!
the surrounding country is being ra
pidly developed, at d judging from
Clenn Ktaliltti, a point of the highest
value in tititlermnkltig.
Clenn rows, ciilllng for the reuulsr
tine of brush nnd comb.
Clean men. in hands. In garments. In
C'leiu milk pulls. 'These en n only bo
hnd by rnrefully rinsing them nt once
j after milking with cold witter, follow
ing with a throtiKh wfiHliltm with
scalding hot witter nnd a good clenn
scrulililin; cloth or brtitth. and then
rinwd itpnlii with cold water and given
a long sun bath
Clean piuiK. seetired In much the same
the Indications, it will lie morn than ! w" " clean pull are.
ouble in population duriiiK the next' n,'n" '"" '"''" M'"iy think they
few years. We enjoyed every tnin-l
hnvo done their duty wjieti they buve
Alaska Bill Passed
By a vote of 230 to. 87 the Alaska
railroad bill was passed In the House
of Representatives last week.
This bill authorizes the President
to have costructed a railroad from
the Alaska Coast to the Alaska coal
fields, Which will coat in the vicinity
Olllce Opposite Ueryford It nihility
(From The liiwh 'eus)
Jack lleiilv. a former Lake County
resident, returned1 here the forepart
of February in company with John C.
Flynn from Kan Francisco. At the
latter place he was employed as con
ductor on the street cira. He is now
working in the Flynn sheep camp.'
Following is a list of those Irish res
idents who have made applications for
admission to citizenship: 'Ihomai
Linehan, John J. U'Keefe. John M.
Murphy, Kicbard Flynn, M. P. J.
Harry, Henry O'Keefe, William
O'Keefe, Con O'Csllaghsn ana Tim
Drislsne. Trie applications will be
acted on at the May term of Circuit
Callng attention to the fast that
this year Is the 60th anniversary of
the establishment of the salmon can
ning industry on the Pacific Coast,
Governor West has issued a procla
mation naming Friday, March J3, as
"Salmon Day," and urges all the peo
ple of the state lo not only use sal
mon freely on that date but to take
special pains to call attention of other
sections of the country to Its value ati
a food. A large Chinook will be
sent to President Wilson and the
Oregon delegation la Congress to bu
consumed at that time. r' ,
I WflHhlHl fill I'HIIM liri.tli.l flll.l u. . tr.V4.rn
te of our stay in Lakeview and I the ,.0V.irM T.nk ... tlllk ,., ..
hereby tender our sincere thanks to against the cover on the way to lu
the wholesouled people who extend- destination at il put no less cure on the
ed courtesies and did everything pos-, ver than you d on the rent of the
slble to make our visit one long to "
u v ....... luese
uc reinemuereu wiin pleasure.
Supreme Court Candidates
Chief Justice Thomas A. McUrlde
and Justices Charles L. McNary and
Henry J. Bean have filed with Sec
retary of State Olcott their declara
tions of intention to become candi
dates on the Republican ticket for
re-election as Justices of the Supre
me Court. W. M. Ramsey, the only
Democrat on the bench has not filed
his declaration, but it Is understood
he will be a candidate Justice Bean
alone has adopted a campaign slo
gan, he requesting that there be
written after his name the words,
"lOqual justice to poor and rich."
Other candidates for Justices of the
Supreme Court are Circuit Judge
Henry L. Benson, Klamath Falls;
Circuit Judge L. T. Harris, Eugene,
and Circuit Judge Cleeton and Mor
row, of Portland.
RuMNians Want Land
B. Cratch, the agent of a large j
colony of Russians which desires to
settle on Oregon lands, was in
Portland a few days ago. He states
that these Russians have been in
this country from 8 to 10 years, and
that they want a tract of not less
than 10,000 acres of grain land.
They are said to have plenty of mon
ey to put Into a good proposition
W'here they can build up a , com
munity of their own. The colony
consists of about 200 families at the
present time, but their agent states
that within a short time the number
will be Increased to 2,000 to 3,000
and that each family will require
about 160 acres of land.
as it neeiu to me. are bed
rock points In the making of Brat clasa
Fresh Meat Circle.
For several yenrs we have maintain
ed a fresh meat circle rather on the co
operative plan that is very sacceHHful,
writes J. O. Brown of Ohio lu the
National Stockman. Aa soon as cool
weather arrives the plan becomes op
erative. Usually eight men, bends of
families, comprise the company, and
one of the men Is designated as butcher
and paid $1 for each animal killed, and
other members aid In turn. In killing
a bog or ii beef the carcass la cut aa
eJlly as possible Into elk'ht parts,
and each man takes his turn In the
taking or different suction until at the
end of the Hen won each family has con
sullied it whole crcasH, all uhc1 fresh,
lu butchering a hog the owner keeps
the offal and renders th lard and on a
beef docs likewise nnd sells the bide.
All tllirereiices in weight lire settled nt
a fixit' price per ound. and the plan
aeeuis to be very satisfactory.
Worms In Horsea.
lie sure that your horses are free
from worms, a horwe atlllcted with
worma la never thrifty and reed la
wasted. A good remedy and a sure
one la one level tablespoouful of bo
ras dissolved In a pailful of water,
given first thing In the morning. Re
peat this dose for four mornings and
watch results. If a horse refuses the
water, mix the powdered borax In the
rooming feed for four mornings.
Jack Sullivan, until recently employ
ed at Murphy's Place, Paisley, arrived
here tome weeka ago and is at present
tending bar tor Burke and Larkin.
THE EXAMINER FOR JOB WORK
Feeding Frozen Roots.
There Is danger of Injuring cows by
feeding them root crops or other foods
that have been frozen. If the roots
are carefully fed, given In only small
amounts and are not decayed there la
little danger, and they may be safely
fed In this manner.
Tha Profitable Mule.
Nine-tenths of the objection to the
mnlo Is prejudice. For generations bo
lias been regarded as obstinate and vi
cious when the contrary Is true. Cast
Ratde prejudice and raise a few mules
and watch the money coming In.
Uooae I Jike Valley
(By 11. C. Fleming)
The Goose Lake Valley la fair to see;
Its products are good for you and
Its mountains temper the heat of
But It has no use for the Idle bum
mer. Its lake Is noun-thing very quiet.
At other times Its waves run riot.
And lush Its shores In fitful gleams..
Like a dlspeptlc In frightful dreams.
'TIs pleasant on It In a sailing boat.
Wheu its placid waters keep It
But more pleasant is skating on tin
When tho Winter days aro bright
When the Huh lu the Spring begin to
The lively girls and boys enjoy thn
The more aged of the valley's popu
lation, Kr)oy the cailnit like all crenlloii.
Of all the wotnlera of tho world,
The greatest one In here unfurled;
The seven wonders touch us not;
Our kooiI things are not soon forgot.
Think of our prunes, plums, apples
They are always here and remaiu
There Is no time from one year's
end to another.
That we have not plenty to give our
Think of our alfalfa, grass and
These we even have, and they give
They nil our barns, make our stoors
And make us feel that we want to
When It comes to eating things good.
There Is no place on eurtli It Is un
So well, as It Is in tho Goose Lake
When dinner Is called we are sure to
Of the pleasureu of life no where can
Any half so good to servo the mind.
The sleigh rides In the wlutor time
Cause belles und beaux to make a
The autos too, tho whole Summer
Make good time to the points In.
They linger not by the spots of gran
Never move like the slow going ass.
The snow waters flow to the valloy
from the mountains,
Nothing Impure In their beautiful
So health Is so good wo seldom need
To give us his pills or even a knock-
What more can we ask of tho good
of the earth;
All here are much better than In tho
lands of our birth.
Now make a noise that will make
the house shake;
Three times three cheers for the val-
and the lake.