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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1914)
CURTIS & UTLEY, REAL ESTATE
120 acre on Cottonwood creek, 35 acrea into Timothy, Alfalfa. Grain, and a nice
(jnrdcn, water rit, an ideal amirll dairy or poultry farm, lota of outside grazing, house,
arn, pranery and other out-buildinga. I'rice, $1800, half cash. 1 1 mile from Lakeview.
H-room residence in Drenkd addition, near City Park, two lota 100 by 150, barn
and chicken house. Price, $2000, half caah at 6 per cent. The price ia leaa than coat.
320 acrea good land, part into grain and alfalfa, nenr Union School, all fenced
and cross fence, bum and corrala. Stock water in creek alwaya. Thia ia a good farm,
at $20.00 per acre.
310 acrea three milea north of Lnkeview, 200 acrea fine alfalfa land, ebout 100
acrea now in cultivation, 100 acrea paature land, part of which can be planted to fruit.
Warner Creek flowa through the land and nice spring that can be piped to the house
and barn. Place fenced, houae and barn. Price $16 per acre.
' 80 acrea of meadow land, cuta 80 tona of hay. At head of lake, price $15 per acre.
680 acres 8 milea north of Lakeview for $15 per acre. 80 acrea into meadow, cuta
100 tona, 40 acrea pasture land and all the balance ia fine grain and alfalfa land, good
water right, new house and large barn, 500 acres fenced. This ia aure a bargain.
40 acrea timber good wood claim. 1 1 miles from town, haa between 800 and
1000 corda of wood, good road and level land. Price $350.
Two and one-half lota 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.
Unhc County Crnmincr
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Motorcycle for r-alo. Boa Curtis
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Fourteen At young dairy cows for
Mala or will trade for sheep. Max
Roy M. Chandler and family of
Crooked Creek have boon Lakeview
vlsltora the past week.
Hay For Bain Ilalod fcrain and
wild hay for sale. See or address
W. H. Ilornard, Lakeview, Ore. tf
Mrs. C. A. Watson returned to
lakeview Raturday from Huu Diego,
where she spent the winter, and will
remain here this summer.
Cedarvlllo Itecord: Robt. Mc
4'ulley got lu a new Hupmoblle a few
days ago which he sold to James
Hcryford. The Hupmobilo Is a dandy
Through the Modoc Itepubllcan
Attorney K. A. Sherman of Alturas
announces his candidacy at the
forthcoming primaries for Superior
Judge of Modoc County.
Wra. McCormack, Sr., father of
W. K. McCormack of Summer Lake
and Mrs. L. A. Mohs of Paisley, died
at Gladstone, Oregon, April 26, 1914.
The deceased was a native of New
nrunswlck and 69 years of age.
Illds for carrying the mall on the
route between Silver Lake and Hand
and also between the former place
and Paisley have been rejected by
the PostotTlce Department and new
bids for these lines are being re
W. A. Masslngill, the well known
former merchant of Lakeview but
now a resident of San Diego, arrived
here on Saturdays train. He retains
property Interests in this section and
while at present Is undecided , will
probably remain all summer.
Alturas New Kra: The High
ftchool boys are planning to make a
trip to New Pine Creek the first
week in May. for a few days fishing.
Trot. Hose will accompany them,
and the N.-C.-O. Railway has made
a special excursion rate of $2.00 for
the round trip.
H. A. Utley of the Curtis A Utley
Arm, accompanied by bis wife and
baby expect to leave on May 12, for
Flint, Mich., on a visit with rela
tives and friends. They will be absent
about 30 days, and while away Mr.
Utley will do some tall talking about
the wonders of the Goose Lake Val
ley. For the second time the Supreme
Court in an opinion written by Chief
Justice McDrlde, has upheld the con
stitutionality of the minimum wage
law which was attacked in a suit
brought in Portland by an employe
In a box factory, who also brought
the first suit to test the law's con
stitutionality. The report which was received at
this offlce the latter part of last week
to the effect that the FacWc Mail
SteamHblp company's steamer Siber
ia was sinking off the Island of For
mosa proved erroneous through mis
takes In wireless messages. Later
accounts state that the ship arrived
at Manila at 9; 30 Saturday evening.
The La Orrnde coi resp ndr.ui to
Ire Oregonlan takes the following
flir.g at the weather man: "After
iiavlng Summer all Winter In East
ern Oregon, It now appears as If
Winter would last all summer." The
correspondent reports that six inches
of snow fell one night last week
on the summit of the Blue Moun
tains and hillsides near La
K S. Miles, lessee of the Lake
County Telephone Company's line
between Lakeview and Sliver Lake
was down the forepart of the week
from Tucker Hill south of Palnloy
where a crew Is now repairing the
line. Mr. Miles states that he ex
pects to complete the work to Lake
view In about two weeks, and that
work will soon be started on tlm
tension from Silver Lake to Pond
Ho says the line Is being linnrovod
ingooil shape and with the extension
to Rend Unit class long distance ncr
vlca will bo hod with Portland.
Ttipsy Turvy at Snider Opera
House, Wednesday, May 1.1.
J. P. Duckworth will buy your
sheep pelts paying nine cents per
A A V4 pound liuby girl was born
this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Deter of CoKSwell Creek.
i)ii't overlook a good Inugh by
fulllm; to attend the Ttipsy Turvy
comedy show next Wednesday night.
Mrs. (. L. Withers of Pulsloy pas
sed throiiKli Lakeview last week en
route to Kan KranclHco on a couple
of months vIhII Willi friend.
It. V. Anderson, owner of a fine
specimen of Coach Stallion, cai:
over from Merrill last week
to dispose of the horse to local stock
men. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thornton and
children accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Hanson to their Point Ranch
home Saturday evening and enjoyed
country life over Sunday.
Men and women, Vltro-Vigor nev
er falls to cure weakness and lost
vitality from any cause. Price fl,
by mall, stamps accepted. Vltro-VI-gor
Co., 773 Mkt. St., San Francisco,
The Topsy Turvy musical come
dy drama which was recently pro
duced In Lakeview, at the request of
a number of pooplo, will be repeated
st the Snider Opera House next Wed
Soothlng-Cream-Ilalm cures cat
arrh, Hay- Fever, Head-Ache, Piles,
Rurus, Eczema, Cold-Soivs, Chapped
Hands and all inflamatlons. Price by
mall 60 cts, stamps accepted. Vltro
Vigor Co.. 773 Mkt. Street. San
Francisco, Cal. It
Cedarvlllo Record: There was an
exodus of Indians from this place
last week, caused by the prevalonce
of smallpox here and now the In
dian town Is deserted. They scat
tered different places and will return
when the smallpox scare is over.
Joe Ambrose announces that the
Mulkey Shearing Corrals west of
Lakeview will be ready to receive
bands to bo shorn as soon as there
ia any work to be done. Mr. Ambrose
will personally superintend the cor
rals as usual and guarantees satis
faction to patrons. M 7-tf
Secretary Lane has announced
that Prosldent Wilson had appointed
William C. Edcs and Lieut. Freder
ick Mears as members of the Alask
an engineering commission, which
will have charge of the location of
the railroads In Alaska, under the
recently enacted Alaskan railroad
All who attended the semi-annual
meeting at the Methodist Church last
Thursday evening report a most suc
cessful social gathering. Over 200
people were in attendance taxing the
capacity of the building to its utmost
A very interesting program was ren
dered af'er which refreshments were
Persons working under contract
or business establishments affected
by the rulings of the Industrial Wel
fare Commission regulating the
hours of employment of women are
not subject to such rulings, accord
ing to an opinion of Attorney Gen
eral Crawford given to State Labor
Merrill Record: Mr. and Mrs. Robs
Finley of Bly vUited the early part
of the week with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Frank Adams at the Poplar Ranch.
Mr. Finley Is a prominent stockman
and rancher of the Bly country who
recently purchased a business lot iu
Merrill and while over here took a
look at his new property.
T. T. Geer has refused to accept
the Prohibition nomination for Gov
ernor of Oregon, with a condition
attached to it that he accept it and
make a canvass regardless of whe
ther ho wins the Republican pri
mary nomination. Mr. Geer declares
he Is running as a Republican, with
a plank in his platform which favors
The Silver Lake Leader says that
Sheriff W. B. Snider was in Silver
Lake last week subpoenaing wit
nesses to appear at the May term of
circuit court. Among those who are
required to appear not later than
May 9th are: Kinnlar Bulck, Floyd
Hoagland, Everett Emery, Chester
Woodward, Grant Finley, Chas. Pit
cher and Frank Jameson.
According to all reports from
various parts of Lake County It is
believed that the majority of the
early fruits have come through the
past two weeks during which there
were several close calls, without In
Jury from frost. At Summer Lake It
Is said that the apricots and cher
ries were frosted some but it Is not
believed that It will havo any det
rimental effect on the final outcome
of the crop. Frost also caught some
of the blooms along the eastern part
of this valley, but owing to the
heavily laden trees this condition of
ten proves an advantage rather than
Chris Klon was down from his
ImmcHtcad at Valley Falls lust week
Rolled barley for sale at Lake-
view Flour Mills, from one sack to
See Topxy Turvy, or Courtships
of the Doacon, at the opera house
Wednesday night, Muy 13.
Mrs. (J. F. lilelry arrived hero Sat
unliiy evening to join her husband
who Is engaged in the Insurance bust
1. A. Tmlerwood - and Dr. J. L
Lyon made a trip to Crook County
last week In the former's car. They
returned home Friday afternoon.
Just received a shipment of Man
churla Walnuts, very large and guar
an teed to be the beat in the markei
25 cents per pound. The Kandy Kit
Among those over from Warner
Valley to attend Circuit Court we
notice J. J. Van Keulen," J. A. Mor
ris, A. Hlghfill. W. O. Orlsel and W
The May term of county court
convened Wednesday. May 6. with
County Judge B. Daly and Commis
sioners F. E. Anderson and T. B.
Wakefield In attendance.
Five thousand dollars has been
appropriated, half by the state of
California and half by the Federal
Government, to make a general sur
rey of the Pit River reservoir pro
jects. All sheepmen are very jubilant
over the present warm summer-like
weather. The lambing season Is now
well advanced and all growers are
saving a large percentage of the
The Klamath Falls papers state
that work has again been started on
Klamath's new Court House and
that the brick work on the second
story will be completed aa soon as
Marlon Barnes who Is employed by
Ed Lamb In the Paisley Garage came
down last week on a short visit with
his family. He was accompanied
by his daughter, Mrs. Fred Keene,
of Summer Lake. t
R. J. Martin, promoter of the
Goose Lake Valley Irrigation Com
pany, departed last Thursday morn
ing for New York where he was sud
denly called on business, He ex
pects to return to Lakeview In June.
State ' Treasurer Kay announced
that on May 2 be was prepared to
pay all outstanding warrants agalnsf
the state. The announcement wa
made by the State Treasurer after
receiving 1768.000 in taxes from
Merle Alger of this city Is the
proud possessor of a new monster
Hass Saxaphone, the instrument ar
riving from the factory but a few
days since. The horn Is an expensive
oae and of the best quality and will
he a very good addition to our band.
The report comes from Doyle, Cal.,
on the line of the N.-C.-O. Railway,
that a rich gold strike was recently
made In that vicinity. It is said that
the ore shows $200 values and that
the owners of the clajma, on which
the strike was made were offered
$26,000 for the property.
Immigration Is a subject that
everybody Is interested In, and If it
Is true that 82 percent of our know
ledge Is received through me me
dium of the eye something will
undoubtedly be learned at the Il
lustrated lecture to be given in the
Masonic Hall Sunday night.
t inula a vrtA H or 1 in feed sauir-
rels anS gophers every year. A few
cents invested In Mlckelson's Kiuem
Quick Squirrel and Gopher Poison
saves many dollars. It is a peer In
Its line. Ask our satisfied custom
ers. For sale only by the Thorn
ton Drug Company The , Rexall
The ladles of the M. E. Church
Aid gave Mrs. H. H. Spa'rhawk a
very pleasant farewell surprise party
at her borne Monday evening. Mrs.
Sparhawk with her ' husband will
leave shortly for Merrill to take up
their residence. She received a
handsome present from the members
of the Aid.
On May 1 the Lakeview-Klamath
Falls stage began operating on the
summer schedule. The stage now
leaves here in the evening and ar-.l.-es
In the morning. This brings
the western mail twelve hours ear
lier than the winter schedule. As
soon as the roads permit autos will
be put on making the through run
In twelve hours.
The Teacup Club of the Rebekah
Lodge was entertained last Friday
afternoon by Mrs. F. O. Bunting at
her home on Center Street. A very
uleasant and DrofUable session was
had after which refreshments were
served. Thoso present were Mes
daines Grob. Storkman, Harry Bat
ley, Mobs, Magilta, Simmons, Coi
bett, Bemls, O'Connor. 8. Taylor,
Morgan. M. Barnes, A. E. Cheney. E.
J. Jackson and Bunting.
Harry Cannon, tombstone dealer,
was an arrival on Tuesday evening's
1 ickets on sale for the Topsy
Turvy show at Snider & Reynolds'
h.KKH were quoted at 12 1-2 cents
a dozen at Burns last week, the low
est ever known in that market.
W. P. Curtis went to Bend Mon
day, returning the following day. He
took a load of passengers in his Ap
A. Leonard, of the Woodcock &
Leonard blacksmith shop, is now
driving a Ford car which he pur
chased from Auten & Jennings.
N. E. Guyot, H. M. Fleming and
W. 8. Dupont were up from New
Pine Creek last Friday evening to
attend the Antlers Club dance.
"New Americans for a new Ameri
ca" will be the subject at Masonic
Hall Sunday night. 76 hand colored
slides will be used to Illustrate the
Dr. M. C. Fox and Fred Reynolds
went to Bend to meet Mrs. Fox
who Is coming from the Willamette
Valley to join her husband in
S. Jetmore of Alkali Lake was at
tending to business matters at the
county seat a few days last week.
Mrs. Anna Blair of Paisley was a
visitor In Lakeview several days last
Bid well News: Thos. Dews, a
dairyman of Warner Lake, was here
Saturday on his return from Cedar-
vllle, where he went to purchase
dairy stock, but counld not get what
Circuit Judge Henry L. Benson of
Klamath and Lake Counties, accom
panied by R. M. Richardson, court
reporter, arrived here Saturday from
Klamath Falls for the May term of
court. They came 'over by auto.
Miss Nettie Leonard of Alturas,
sister of A. Leonard of this city was
taken to San Francisco last week to
be treated forneuralgla of the heart.
She was accompanied by her mother,
Mrs.r-.Amon Leonard and sister. Miss
On Good , Roads Day all business
was dropped at Paisley and over 100
men' turned out to Improve the high
ways, 'The ladies also assisted In tLe
movement and prepared dinners for
the workers, served on the ground
where the work was done.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Leonard Sunday
motored to Davia Creek in their new
car. They were accompanied nome
the same evening by Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Lee who also purchased a Ford
from Auten & Jennings. Mrs Lee
Is a sister of Mrs. Leonard's.
The Lakeview Garage is now dem
onstrating a new 1914 Model Stude
baker car which la attracting the
admiration of a good many auto en
thusiasts. The new Studebaker is a
very prettily designed car and equip
ped with all the latest appliances.
Last week during the heat of the
strike In Colorado coal mines dis
trict demonstrations against John D.
Rockefeller, Jr. were so violent that
his home In New York City was
guarded day and night. The police
were greatly concerned regarding his
O. T. McKendree, representative
for E. H. Tyron, San Francisco, wool
and mutton buyer, has embarked in
the sheep business for himself, hav
ing bought W. K. McCormack's
band, consisting of 2000 ewes. Mr.
McKendree says he will get some
man to run the sheep, retaining the
business as a side issue.
Bert Snyder, a former Lake
boy, but who has been at Oroville,
Cal., the past Beveral years, arrived
here Saturday, and is renewing ac
quaintances In this city. Mr. Sny
der has followed the harness and
saddle making business since leav
ing here. He was conducting a shop
of his own up until last year when
he lost It by fire. -
George Manning, owner of a horse
ranch at Wagontire, passed through
Lakeview the first of the week on his
return home from a trip to Klamath
Including Merrill. Mr. Manning
stated that he visited Wm. Harvey
who has been in a serious condition
the past several weeks from injuries
sustained by 'falling from a horse,
while at that place and that be is
getting along nicely. Mr. Harvey
told him that he expected to be able
to return home In a few weeks.
F. Zlm Baldwin, one of the own
ers of the Lakeview Garage, accom
panied by biB wife came over from
Klamath Falls last week and will re
main several days looking after his
buaineBS Interests here. They came
over In a Merz car, a new faugled
Innovation In auto production. The
Merz is a tatudom style, capable of
carrying two people and is operated
on the uume lines us an automobile.
Zlm says that it does the business
nn.t la Inut tha ihtti? frtP nnv one in
neod of that sort of conveyance. 1
Wm . F . Pai ne & Co
12-in. Veal Blucher in tan; a good, heavy
Shoe, price only $5.00
6-in. extra heavy tan Work Shoe, double
6-in. black, plain toe Work Shoe; an ex
ceptional value at $3.00
SEE OUR, WINDOWS
A big stock of Walk-Over Shoes
Spring White Sale
Summer weather ushers in the" heed of
cooler clothing, and we are offering some of
the most dainty goods it has ever been our
pleasure to show, of which the following is
but a suggestion.
WHITE DRJLSS GOODS
in large variety, including fancy silk finish
ings for Evening Gowns; remarkable values
at from 25c to 50c a yard
White Madras for Waists and Dresses, and also
lor Men's Shirts. Comes in fancy
figures and stripes.
LADIES MUSLIN DRAWERS
in fancy trim as well as plain; in all sizes ,
and prices from 35c t0 $2.50
LADIES WHITE WAISTS
A very needful article of summer wear. A
large assortment at from 75c t0 $3.00
LADIES MUSLIN GOWNS
A variety of styles and materials at prices
fro m 75c to $3 .5 0
A splendid line of late patterns, from plain
to elaborate styles 25c t0 $1.23
Infants' Dresses and Slips, Dressing Sacques and
Kimonos, Fancy Lawn Hoods.
Hose in all colors.
Lakeview Mercantile Company