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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1914)
, APItIL 23, 1914
mAKVs COUNTY KXAMtNRR
CURTIS & UTLEY, REAL ESTATE
LAKE VIEW. OREGON
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.
AO acres of meadow land, cuts 60 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 landgood
water rilit, 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 hive several good ranches for cattle and sheep. Send for our large bulletin
giving prices of land all over Lake and Modoc Counties.
I20crc on Cottonwood creek. 35 acres into Timothy. Alfalfa, Grain, and a nice
nrden, water riant, an idenl mall diry or poultry farm, lot of outside grazing, house.
mm, granrry and other out-huildinua. Price. $1800, half cash. I I miles from Lakeview.
0-room residence in Drenkrl addition, near City Park, two lota 100 by I 50, barn
and chicken house. Price, $2000, half cash at 6 per cent. The price in less than cost.
320 acre good land, part into grain and alfalfa, near Union School, all fenced
nnd cross frnre, barn and corral. Stock water in creek always. This is a good farm,
nt $20.00 per acre.
3l0nrres three miles north of Lakeview, 200 acres fine alfalfa land, about 100
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Motorcycle for ralo. Bco Curtis
George Deter and wife wero visi
tors In this rlty Tuosday from their
homo down tho valley.
Money to loan, first mortgage Im
proved farms a' 6 poi" cent Interest.
Curtis A Utley. tf
O. K. Bchults was a business visi
tor In this city Kuturduy from his
home at Clover Flut.
The liend postofllce has been rais
ed from tli I r to second dais , Its
ed from third to second cIuhh. Us
annual receipts are over $8,000.
The various committees are busy
arranging for the Semi-Annual Meet
ing to take place ut the Methodist
church Thursduy evening, April 30.
The President und Mrs. Wilson an
nounce that the wedding of their
dai r! ter, Miss. Eleanor Utmdolph
WilHon, and 8. Tetary McAuo will
tuko p!me on Thursday, Mujr 7.
Willie Ultchle, lightweight cham
pion, defended his title at Sun Fran
cisco Friday against Marlem Tomi:'y
Murphy of New York. T.o decision
was granted at the end of tw ,.iy
On Thursday evening, at the Me
thodist Church Is held the mid-week
mooting for religious and social
services. This meeting U free
and open to any who might desire
Commissioner Guy Merrill of
Klamath County lust week tendered
his resignation to the County Court.
which was accented. N. S. Merrill
an uncle of the resigning member of
the Klamath County Hoard, was cho
sen to (III ihe unexpired term of the
llonanza llulletln; The Berney
Construction Company of Nevada
had the best bid offered for the dam
and canat construction, which they
submitted here last Tuesday. TUI
bid was about $40,000 less thai
their nearest competitor. A sl'pl.t
difference of opinion ain't It?
K would-be assassin attempted to
take the life of Mayor Mitchell ot
New York one day last week. The
bullet aimed at the Mayor went wild
and wounded Frank Polk, corpora
tion counsel. A gray haired crank.
70 years of age fired t'.e shot. He
Is being held In $25,000 tint! for fie
action of the grand Jury.
Hldwell NewM: Win. Uurch auto
ed to Lakeview Monday nght with
Miss Grace Jones, who had been sum
moned there on account of the criti
cal condition of her sister, Mrs. Glass.
A. J. and Lloyd lllukerson accom
panied Mr. Uurch on his return from
Lakeview and visited relatives here
until Tuesday afternoon, when they
departed for their home In Lake
view. Duve Jones, one of Luke County's
prosperous sheepmen, sustained
some quite serious Injuries on Mon
day when a small bridge on the War
ner Canyon road collapsod while he
was crossing It under an arc. He Is
now at the Hotel Lakeview under the
care of a doctor, but Is reported to
lie getting along nicely and will be
up In a few days.
Stanlslay Renner, an old pioneer
of the State of California, passed a
way at the home of Theodore Renner
near Davis Creek, on the 11th day of
this month. Mr. Rennler was past
85 years of age and had been an In
valid for about 15 years. He had
been a resident of California for over
60 years. It ia stated that the Im
mediate cause of death was grief.
When he was told that little Bell
Renner had died, the shock was too
great for him to recover.
Shearing was started Monday
morning nt the Wilcox corrals at
Warner canyon on the sheep belong
ing to Arthur, Lane & Jones, but
iwlng to the chilly wentner but few
sheep were shorn that day. Shear
ing was resumed yesterday and It
Is said that providing weather per
mits the bands ot Jonas Norin and
Meyer and Pldegary will be shorn
J. P. Duckworth will t,uy your
sheep pelts paving nine cuts per
All Mint Is h'-st In nil sorts of toilet
prepurntloii nt Knyder & Reynolds
liny For Tali Uiilfd grain and
wild liny for mile. Se or nddruss
W. R. JWnnrd. Lukevlnw, Ore. tf
Snyder & Reynolds have mudo ar
ranKemenls for delivering parcels
Phone your orders to them. Main 2.
K. D. Payne, factory nent for the
Puclllc Const Hofo Co., of Portland
whs in Lukevlew a few days last
A. Kornneth returned to Lnkeview
on Wednesday's troln'from a several
week's visit with his parents in
Tom Mulkey and family were
down last week from their home
near Valley Falls and spent several
days In this city.
K. S. Reader, of the Western Paci
fic, spent several days In Lakeview
recently, leaving on Tuesday morn
ing's train for Doyle.
Deputy '.lame Wsrden I;. T. Mr
Klmens Friday returned from tho
northern part of the county whero
he went on business connected with
Norman C. White, of the local
Fremont Forest, left Friday morn
ing last for Portland, where he will
bo employed for a time in the Dis
trict FurvFt Olllce.
Water Is still giving some trouble
In the basement of the Heryford
building, but It has so receded that
It requires only a few hours a day to
keep It pumped out.
Mrs. C. D. Arthur went to Drews
Valley last week on a visit with re
lathes and later was called to Klam
ath Falls owing to the Illness of her
brother, Frank Howard.
Alturas Platndealer: John Brlles,
the man who demonstrated the fruit
possibilities of Goose Lake Valley,
was a vU.ltor In town yesterday. He
says fruit has not yet been injured
The "wets" were victorious over
the "drys" In a majority of the Sac
ramento and San Joaquin Valley
towns last week where the liquor
question was an Issue at the. elec
tions. The drugs recommended by the
Thornton Drug Company are guar
anteed to be of the highest quality
and to give perfect satisfaction. If
you are not satisfied we cheerfully
refund your money.
John Rose came over Tuesday
from the 7T ranch In Warner Val
ley. He reports that they had nearly
an inch of snow In Plush Tuesday
morning, an Incident which Is ex
tremely unusual for that vicinity
this time of year.
Supervisor Hrown, Forest Exam
iner Jacobson and Assistant Ranger
Dutton, of the local Forest, left Mon
day for the Chewaucan to look over
the site of the proposed new Pais-ley-Chewaucan
road. It Is expected
that work will begin shortly.
Cedarvllle Record: No new cases
of smallpox have been reported for
more than a week now and it Is
thought that there will be no more
cases of It here. As a result of Us
appearance here a large number of
children were vaccinated and some
of them are carrying sore arms.
The announcement coined from
Washington that William G. Mc
Adoo v4ll resign as Secretary of the
Treasury about July 1 and become
governor of the Federal Reserve
Hoard, creuted by the new currency
law. As governor of the board Mr.
McAdoo virtually would be general
manager of the National banking
system of the entire country.
H. W. Curtz arrived here last
week from Gardnervllle, Nevada,
and will remain for several days in
this vicinity. Mr. Curtz will locally
represent Valentine Walter In pur
chasing wool for the New Jersey
Worsted Spinning Co., of Garfield,
N. J. Mr. Walter recently spent sev
eral days inspecting wool In this
county but does not contract for
wool until after it Is shorn.
P. H. McEnery, a former newspa
per man of Klamath Falls, dropptd
dead Sunday morning on the street
of Cornelius, a small town noar Sa
lem. Since leaving Klamath Fall he
had been editor of the Cornelius
Tribune. It is stated that heurt fail
ure was the causa of death although
there are possible indications th; t he
was struck and killed by an automo
Rev. G. A. Crawford, pastor ot the
Presbyterian Church, Monday morn
ing started for Ashland to attend the
meeting of the Presbytery of So. Ore.
which was held at that place Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week. Mr.
Crawford attempted to make the trip
by motorcycle, but after getting
about half way to Bly found that
the roads would not permit ot mak
ing the trip In time to attend the
meeting, and returned home the
M. Wanders and wife left for Reno
Tuesday on a short visit.
Fred Flf-her was up, town Tuesday
from his ranch near New Pine Creek.
For Rent Four room house, nNo
eight room house furnished. W. F.
Pulne. Apr 16-tf
Mayor E. Keller of New Pino was
a biiHlnexH visitor in the county sent
L. K. Mo u Hon. mutton buyer, ar
rived in Lakeview last night from
Dr. C. C. Griffith and liana Nelson
registered at Hotel Lakeview Mon
day from Rums.
Kph Miller, former manager of the
Chewaucan Mercantile Co., Wednes
day came down from Paisley.
F. It. Young, of the American Soda
Products Co., was down from Alkali
Lake last week on matters of busi
ness. Oscar Hotcbklss of Lake City ar
rived here Monday and Is looking
.over the county in quest of mutton
Dr. E. II. Smith today went to
the Innes ranch south of Paisley to
attend John Blair who is reported
Thos. Hughes, eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. D. Hughes, is til of pneu
monia at the home of his parents in
Mrs. James Glass of Adel, who has
been at the Lakeview Hospital the
past several days Is reported to be
C. E. Crowder and G. F. Bigley
came up from Alturas lat week and
have been spending several days in
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Paxton la reported to be quite
111 at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Paxton In this city.
Dr. W. Hayden Flsk last week
purchased a 1914 Buick "25" auto
which he purchased from the Cen
tral Oregon Auto Co., of Prlnevllle.
A. E. Florence returned home the
first of the week from Adel where he
had been for several days on busi
ness with the store which has been
closed upat that place '
M. Sanders returned to town (last
week from a trip to his sheep camps
on the desert. He states that wea
ther conditions and feed in that sec
tion are excellent for stock.
Tickets for the excursion to Al
turas next Saturday are now on sale
at the Hotel Lakeview. Tickets will
be good for return up to Monday
nlsht. price $2 for tho rounl trip. '
Considerable precipitation ' fell
here today, beginning early this
morning. From Indications the
ground will receive another good
soaking before the present showers
M. D. Rice, superintendent of the
N.-C.-O. Railway arrived here Satur
day and spent Sunday with his fam
ily in Lakeview. He states that con
siderable work is being done on the
track below Horse Lake and that the
steam shovel will be started about
kav 1 1 1 1 tit BIVUIU, VlUOfc ouu wi,.as,
Mud Mrs. E. M. Brattaln. has taken
a position in the Thornton Drug
Company store, working Saturdays
and before and after school. After
the school term he will be in the
durg store steadily.
The distressing news ot the death
of the son ot Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mc
Kee, formerly of this place but now
of Independence, Oregon, was receiv
ed In Lakeview last week. The child
died from swallowing poisonous
medicine. He was one year old last
John Campbell, brother of J. G.
Campbell foreman in the Examiner
office arrived here Monday evening
from Dallas, Texas, and will remain
on a several weeks' visit. James,
son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell,
who spent the winter with his grand
mother In Dallas, returned with hlra.
Mrs. Fred Reynolds who was op
erated on last week for appendicitis
by Doctors Russell and Fox at the
Lakeview Hospital, is reported to be
recovering splendidly and is now
able to return to her home. This
speaks well tor our local institution
and for the medical treatment ob
talnable in Lakeview.
Mr. and Mrs George Chandler and
Mrs. E. II. Smith returned home
Tuesday evening from Reno where
Mrs. Chandler went to undergo an
operation for appendicitis. The suc
cess of the operation was remarkable
and Mrs. Chandler is getting along
nicely. She was In the hospital only
H. L. Kirk came in town the first
of the week from his homestead In
Barnes Valley. He had the mlsfor
tune to lose his house and Its con
tents by fire. Mr. Kirk believes that
the fire originated from the stove
pipe In the loft of the house. He is
at present employed by Gus Schlagel
In installing the machinery for the
Lakeview Ice plant.
George Stork mnnn, proprietor of
i the local t-lKar factory, tfas bought
the bo u th half of the R. R. Vander
vort property In the Walter's Addi
tion. The purchase Included a house
which is being remodeled into a Mod
ern structure, and upon completion
will be occupied by Mr. Storkmann
I K. S. Miles, lesee of the Lake
County Telephone Co. line between
: Lakeview and Silver Lake, was in
; Lakeview the first of the week, hav
jlng come down from Paisley where
I a crew of men is repairing the line,
j Mr. Miles states that he expects to
soon iiave first class telephone ser
' vice between here and Silver Lake.
Thirteen carloads of household
goods, representing the belongings
of fifteen families, have been re
ceived at Bend within the past few
weeks. Six carloads were received in
February, and according to present
Indications April will break all re
cords. The newcomers are all fami
lies in good circumstances with com
plete outfits of farming Implements
and supplies. One farmer bought his
own well drilling outfit, and among
their other possessions is seen some
of the best stock in Central Oregon.
Warner Lake Items
( Correspondence )
Jim Wakefield and wife and s. n
and Ed Nesham and wife have been
spending a few days fishing at Plush.
Among their catch is noted a seven
A Sunday School was organized at
Warner Lake school house last Sun
day with a large attendance, which
we hope will continue.
There is to be a big turnout among
the people here on Good Roads Day.
Men, women and school children will
all enter into the spirit of the oc
casion. A lunch will be served to the
workers at noon by the ladies.
County Commissioner T. B. Wake
field and wife accompanied by Miss
Kathryn Gibson paid Plush a visit
Had Lowest Bid
1'. S. Berney and George Bentz, ol
the Berney Construction Co., return
ed to Lakeview the latter, part of
List week from Bonanza where they
went to attend the opeping ,of bids
tor the construction of the Hu;-se
Fly Irrigation Project. ' Mr. Berney
stated that their bid for the con
struction of the dam, canals and en
tire system was the lowest, but thus
far the bonds, advertised for to com
plete the work have not been sold.
The entire project will cost ap
proximately $450,000 and will Irri
gate about 23,000 acres of land In
Langell and small valleys in Klam
High School Notes
Don't miss "Back to Griggsby
Station," Friday night.
Pictures are being taken of school
classes and organizations that cuts
may be made for the Annual.
Last Friday afternoon the park
ing outside the sidewalk at the
school was divided among the High
School classes and an allotment was
also made the Seventh and Eighth
grades. A part holiday was granted
the pupils and this entire parking
was spaded and put in shape for the
sowing of seed and planting of trees.
The students had a Jolly time and
enjoyed some sunburn and some
blisters. Much work was done and
the grass and trees will be added
The High School will publish an
annual this year and hope to put out
a magazine worthy of the school and
The cost of such-an edition v. 11.
amount to $150 or more and the
raising ot this amount of mone is
no small task for our school. In
order to raise this amount three
sources have been suggested which
will be tried. First the sale of the
annual at a cost of 50 cents each
which will only partly pay the cost
of publishing. Second the solicita
tion of advertising, which It is hoped
will prove a mutual benefit to the
advertiser and the school, and last
ly at the suggestion of the School
Board an entertainment or two will
It has been decided to give two en
tertainments and make the price of
each about half the usual p loo. In
that way getting two eveninrs for
the price of one.
The first program will be render
ed Friday evening, April 24, at the
Auditorium by the girls of the
They will present "Back to Grig
gsby Station," a modern comedy con
structed from some of James Whit
combe Riley's poems.
This will be a pleasant program
and Is sure to be appreciated by all
who attend. The price Is placed at
25 cents, charging 10 cents for child
ren and all proceeds are to be used
toward the "School Annual."
Wm.F. Paine 8c Co.
"Ace of Spades" guaranteed non-shrinkirtg Over
alls, carried in high back, also heavy suspender
back, bib. Price $1.25
Sweet-Orr Hip Overalls. $1.00
Sweet-Orr Corduroy Pants, made in peg top, cuff
bottom; also plain bottom, regular cut. Biggest
selling corduroy pants on the market. Guaranteed
not to rip. Price... $3.50 and $4.00
Sweet-Orr Pants from $1.50 to $5.00
Sweet-Orr Jumpers $1.00 and $1.25
To Buy Good Furniture
If you are needing, or soon will need new fur
niture, it will pay you to visit our second floor
House Furnishings Department. New items
are constantly being added and we are well
equipped to furnish every item for your home:
parlor, living room, bed-room or kitchen.
If you will compare our prices with mail order houses,
and if you will figure freight in addition to their cat
alog prices, you will find that any slight difference in
price is amply compensated for by the privilege of
seeing the goods and knowing that they are in good
condition. In other words you will find that service
and quality considered, our prices are right. We be
lieve that you wish to buy at home if possible and we
will gladly figure prices with you.
High Grade Chiffonier
This chiffonier will harmonize with practi
cally every kind of bed-room furniture. A
handsome article of well seasoned quarter
ed oak, attractive in design and perfect in
construction. Golden finish and hand rub
bed.. Stands 47 inches to table top, which
is 1 7 x 30 inches in size. Has five drawers
of liberal dimensions, with wooden knob
pulls. All drawers fitted with locks. French
plate glass bevelled mirror.
(Discount, for cash, Five per cent)
Lakeview Mercantile Company
- : - OREGON
Of Quartered Oak, dark
golden finish, hand rubbed,
30 '4 inches high. Top 26
by 42 inches. Wooden
pulls, one drawer 19x20 in.
(Discount for cash five per