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LUtE COUNT T EXAMINER. LAKSYIEW. OREGON, THUIWPA f , FEPRlfABY Uv lt6
VALLEY . 4
100,000 acres of choice sage brush land m one of the greatest valleys in Eastern Oregon.
We start excursions to settle this rich valleyfan April 1,1910. We can settle500
families on choice rich land. It will all be gone by Sept,. 1,1910. Will you joints?
Southern Oregon Realty Co., Lakeview, Oregon.
( ft COUNTY NEWS a & 5.
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PAISLEY AID SUMMER LAKE
TbomM McCorfneck it aT'jooDg
politician aid like Lis father, W. K.
McCormack may eoeaa day be chair
nan of the Repablioan county cen
tral committee. TbomM Is threat years
eld and rides horseback. Tbere is
aotbing very wonderful aboat this ia a
land of Centaurs. - Bat it is in get
ting off tbe borse where Thomas'
troubles begin. He did not know
that ne ay was to fall off. There
fore bis father eopplied tbe necessary
information. "Climb off," said bis
dad. Tbe boy baug suspended from
tbe saddle born. Was ha waiting
for bis legs to grow long enough to
reach the ground or did be expect
the esrtb to rise op and meet bioa
"Let go," encouraged tbe sire.
Thomas let go and then tears began
to flow. Tbe lad was not bart. it
was not this that made bins cry. His
sorrow was orer tbe fact tbat bis
father nt bis age was filtering upon a
xie Curriers who lire toe close un
der tbe rim to see tbe celestial ?lsl
tor at night report or tbe telephone,
tbat tbey behold the comet in tbe east
boat sin 'clock ia tbe aioroin r.
And Bummer Lftts i presioct,
Vwocii 0 itflrfiio and Miss Belle
Johnson were married Wednesday
evening. February 2, in Paisley, Rev.
Frank L. Young, officiating.
When William Hampton came to
tbe Cbewaucan in 1871 tbe Hoekios
a-d Uillespies were tbe only two fam
ilies living in tbe valley. Tbe past
week be hss been helping out in Vir
gil Cono's store.
. WnlKf 1
It is a good thing there are no
around hogs in this country. Feb
ruary 2nd tbere was cot a
After allJanuary was not a very
cold mooto at the Woodward Hot
Springs. Tbe mean temperstcre for
tbe month .was 28, 36 helng tbe mean
minimum and 20 tbe. minimum. Thai
first week of tbe month was cold.
tbe minimum temperatures being 13
1. . 3. 2. 1 and 28.. There were
twelve clear date, 2 partly cloudy
and 17 cloudy. Tbe highest tempera-
'.uie was 55 on the 3i'tb and 9 on tbe
3rd tbe lowest The greatest range
was 32 on be 6th. Tbe precipitation
was bat 30 hundredths md tbe total
IDOw fall put nine Jepbpa,
L. O. Harries Ps returned from
Lakeview and has rUHS"d. bag duties
in tbe Paisley post otUc.
Frank Barnes came up from Lake
view last week with a load of supplies
for the Ana river ditch -compacy.
Work ?o the dam la to be resumed
Vt it Unr.rmuk Mil riant m hun
dred acres, of new' grain (and this
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This cold weather, seems to have
made tbe politicians "bale op".
Tbe stage driver last' Monday even
ing, January 31st, failed to pick op
tbe mail at tbe .Woodard Hot Springs
box. Therefore . tbe Paisley corres
pondence was but .off lor tit e-k
I-: was probably snowing so tbe driver
couldn't see. Ttis is tue - worst
"slsiu" our climat,e has ecelv.i;,
However, tbe drivers do very well,
this cold weather, and it may, be the'
people weie tiaukful for t- e lespite.
Clearing brush is the order of tbe
day for the new boniesieaners.
THE TWO HORSE BRAND
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The neonle of Paisley claim tbat
tha reports of the flood truui tie re-
cloud in i cent ic" jam have been greatly ex
The Home of Good Values
Once you experience the genuine satis
faction of wearing: comfortable shoes,
that hold their shape, with a style made
permanent by fine material and skilled
workmanship, no other shoes will satisfy
We are speaking: of
Han an Shoes.
Selling: them is the easiest thing: we do
because there is nothing: to explain. The
shoes tell their own story and every wearer
tells it to his friends.
Try Hanan Shooa Once,
Balloy & rlassingill.
C. L. Withers last week received
bin uew dynamo for bis flour mill on
Hampton creek and is now prepared
to grind barley with a motor.
No one wbs more surprised thau
tbe bens at tbis second attack of win
ter. Tbey got started to laving,
thinking it was spring if a ben ever
thinks, and couldn't tsop.
Tbe first week in February was not
summer breeze and still was noc bad
weather. Monday two, inches of snow
fell aid 'he rest of tbe week was
cold. Tbe low temperatures for tbe
week at tbn Woodard Hot Springs,
' Peaiy froz his ear the other day
joy riding, but be das recovered and
now na it8 the Atut-ricau Cieorapbii-hl
Society to tiai-k biru to no bn i find
tbe South fole. He will find no Ki
q'liaiahs thero to belp bin in bis
seircb, aod probably wbeo I) a geta
tnere he will find bU arch enemy
Cook camped right on top of tbe
; Pole !
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
't.'JPEtf'OR TO rTHEB MAKES."
"I have wo. L. Douzlai shoes for the
past six years u always find they are far
superior to II oth.. ...yh grade shoes tn style,
comfortr d durability " W. Q.JONE8.
119 Howa .. Ave.. Utica. N. Y.
If I could take yuu into my large fac
tories at . rockton, TAasa and show you
bow carefully W. Douglas shoes are
made, wu .e -ey hold
th'-' ape, tit , -icer, and
t-t . M greater value tht." . :t make.
I A I'TIO.V-Kr that W. I.. 1huk . iibswI pn
Ift Uiiiip4l un the bottui.i. Tukr . HulMtikiite.
It your ilealfT caimol Bt yon with W.I.Imuitiutlws,
erne fur XUU Onlrr Iok. W.I..1kui;uuj. liimU'iuii.
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RE MO VA L NO TICEl
The Lakeview Development Co., finding that their interests
are located m Modoc County,. California, and from experience
gained by attempting to do business away from the county-seat
and where mails are delayed in transmission to and from
Alturas, have decided to locate their main offices in that town.
The business of the company will in no way be changed or
effected, and the contracts made by the company with their
patrons will be carried out to the letter. Contract holders in
their Lakeside orchard tracts will please take notice of the
change, and here-after address their communications to
Lakeview Development Co.
Smiles and Squalls
Mr "tHK Yr.MIITOK
No man would le able to escape;,
mammon? If nature had Died it no'
tbnt ad women couM have been born
The new Wasbinston postcards have
Oeorue's picture on on hair and Mm1,
wife's picture on tbe reply card, w,!
wonder if in tbe making of t bene i
curds the government means to hhuc- j
tion the right of woman to forever
hare the laxt word?
THK FLIRT j
Mrs. Turkey It was bad enough
to see my poor husband executed, but
did yo' see what be did for a full
minute after bia head whs olf?
Mrs. Duck No. what?
Mr. Tiirlmv 1 1 a u,lL.l 1.1a
that sleek looking little Miss Chick-j
HEtTrne Tlmfrs, UOth tilt: A Lk
ooJDty real r-s'ste firm ia exploiting
Callow Valley In tbis county and plana
placing a colon tbere May. I. Tbis
is an Imposition on so in curb
tone "llo bnru" teslty meu of
burns who don't owu a foot of read
estate in Oregon and who knock the
town and I's busnes men, yet take
all tbe free handouts tbey can get
and psy their hoard and other neces
sary expense when they hare to. It'a
a shame that they are not ttiven thn
privilege of at leant gettinu n whaek
out fo the C a t I o w colon lutlori
M. E. CHURCH SERVICES
Sunday. Feb 13 . . .
Preaching every Sunday at II a. in
Sunday School at 10 a. mi.
Kpwortb League at 0:45 p. m.
Prayer meetloi every Thursady ev
ening. Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
O. J. WKNTZELL, Pastor.
I WAHMINOTON. Feb 3,-Ioterest-
log comparative facts are disclosed
In a atudy of itjimlgrxt iou te the
United Ststea for tbe sevsn yar
j ended Ju it .'10, last year. In whlr'i
, 06. 171. f5 aliens were admitted, asm t
than 70 per cent of bom mom fn.m
jKnu'tiero aud Fastern Europe uud
Western Asia. coiniioHed lrsel of
Southern Italians, I J reeks, ilu.kiart
' ails. Il'-iirewa, Koiiiiinnlnans Kluvs,
' liuluarlitns, Turas, Armenians ami
1 The addition to the ouUt Ion in
those si"en years whd lieiriy l,Wl.iKH
I tnorx than the rotiildneii in'iuiliitloii
i of ('aliforula. Oieunn, Wahlnton,
Idaho, Ni'VHda, Arli iin, Neiv Mexi
co, Utah, Cluli.r.ido, .Wyoming, Moi.
tHiia, tha two Dakotaa uud Neliraskit
Seven IKfi-t o Inromot Iih, fiicli
twentv-tive tons heavier than the
largest ever built, are near ng com
pletion at Philadelphia forlhu Kar
ri man lines.
The Tri-State Land Company
Opens the sale of orchard land at Willow Ranch,
The last tract, of desirable land in the Golden
Goose Lake Valley is now offered far the last time
at the original low price. After this limited amount
is sold, you will not be able to purchase land suit
able for fruit farms at twice our present price and
on terms that may possibly be beyond your reach.
Now is your opportunity to secure a 10 acre
fruit farm, including a sufficient water right, for
irrigation, at the low price of $500.00, and only
$50.00 down and the balance in monthly payments
of $15.00 each, or semi-annual payments of
$100.00 each until paid. No interest and no
taxes until deeded.
Write for full information and plats, but do not
answer unless you mean business. We mean what
wesay and expect the same form you.
No tracts will be reserved for any-one.
Tri-State Land Company,
BERNARD C. SITZ,