Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, April 14, 1910, Image 1

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VOL. XXXI
I.AKKVIKW, LA K K COUNTY, OIIKGON, APRIL 14,1910.
NO. 15
Ernie
PACIFIC NORTH
WEST PEOPLE
ARE APPLE
IMPORTANT RULING KLAMATH COUNTY , CRONEHILLER HAS
LAND lE8T0Rtb A FINE PROPERTY
1
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LUILl
MAD
The Eyes of the World
Are Upon the Apple
Growers of the
Northwest
Ai l- niHl 11 mi Oregon Hint Washlnii
ton "l''iiiui'M at the rrinl nni
Weill IN lllllnllltllllr H' best lllTfd
goddess In I ho not iliwesteni 1'hiiI Iihoii
Mini (tint, li". where. 1 11 fit ti.-r ti.lka In
111 .I1iuh ami billions" ami "(lllTlV
fin I aurlciililnre ami Hi t lirxmn )
other i HiHlii.n bv whlcli men liva
Hllll plllkper Hil l I lilting ItlH Mky Willi
pecuniar? pintiil." The stories of
fruM i-nliiir . Ml" tme, read Ilka
tin H'-ttii u bnomer. and the pro
tliH mind iiiixlly tit real,. Lust "r
tin- Oregon tu 1 li' nmwer sold lari:e
KllHM t Ills Im ft lit 9.1 a box of
firtv elyhf apples, mnl this year 'he
tmirke mu even liluhor it seems
Incredible tu real tlntt thrifty Hoot
In lilnmow mill Aberdeen pay '22 and
:in nullum h box for Newton pip
pin I rmn Oregon ami yt ttit i h
tart nt ioiiiimmcImI lecnrd, and It is
initially unreal lo read of Hie tre
mendous ill iirH iti litii'i. hl'UJH a
fe jeiimugo iovmihI with Hr timber,
hiiI I ti r 1'ivtili government. Umber
nil, in I ntiiestcaters for i'l Ull
iiiTf, ate covered with vong Hi i'lit
Irees eMtnu their owners from f.VM)
in i'rix)ii iicru : Kuti-f' iuif a in re.
it 1 a riiiuninii 'hing to m '.KKI hii
HCTH 1 H iil fill till bind after tlio tim
ber Iih I eiiii.vi-d. lint Ilia
stump i.n'1 general debris f longing
niifiui iontt rlii: covering the ground
A u 1 1'lnlliu ri of ironi to ? U'
Is iiMiilrul befcte the young fruit
tires run lii' set out nnl t ti n
liniHl Hlt four teurs before t !
tree. lei I flu" Au'l Jet I lime urn
young orchunti. lu Hie Vakluia an 4
WeuuK'hea valleys In Washington,
ouitv noi'omiti '1 wiiilhles, ii'w n llitiu
imtiiily at f-.tfo Mini :l.000 mi acre
from which t lie buyer tiels & per
pant the tlrnt J ear alter his purjl.a.a
Tb apples Irum tl.e best of these ill
trmli. coin i.aii't frnn ' fl.dO to : a
box at Hie rIUT utatlmi, vIiiIh tle
font ct r iHkIIoii Hll'l (lurkinv I
atioul it'i emit".
TlilB B'ii niailnecH U n t riiiittiif :l
to the bpI'Ih iiro'r. lint It iiriimulen
every atrattim of noi:ltj, an. I t'-ry
Imijy Im mi. re or lw Uitei't'l with
"ai'i'lnlia " lu iiinut liumiiiii
houi-i-H In I'oitla nl aii't hi-iitlle awlfii
are mi x liit'tt I" th ollliv. ami
Ilia iiimiiuaa mini la more lt-nlv In
talk "a 'l ' Ihab anytime! "
mote ni-iiily foiK'Krna lilm. 'J I'ero
are k h : to tie 'Jul 1'iinliif b iiiuii In
I'ortlHii'l alone who own live, Inn.
twptilv or unity aneaif Hupla laml
In toe llcod rivr vallei' or ele hnr
Home lire lnil nnu lor hI'-'iiIm Ira
iurpiiH'. Iml lay-r .ind merchant
Hint nil Hii'U nl iili) iiave their
I 'Hie I'lai'ea tanm-n ! un Hk'P'it.
Inilil to fireaelil joliB till '.lie 11. al lire
Irm-M Blmll Hrrmit tli-m In iMvma
iheir mie utteiil lull lh ruin. 'n 't
tti lariicit Hpila uioira in i na
lluoil liver valuy uialrlit wnkeil t.ir
ji nf tor n r ill r-:i I ronma"r " "-'
II fi I . unci he I'll ii'l'faleUlv ri
Inwuil MiKipimil tor him hpiih I'ichui ii-i.
II In Him ii'iaul ol loii'l rivi-l
M.i.i .. . i -
imuvc I'im vnil' X limn a unirt-l I'H'i ij-h
n iik i. i in ' 1 ' 'i i i
i. iiinl iinin ran niKe lit irnii nine
hem lur anii'iiii'iit. j n.ari ilh -liiHtilct
can 1'iu k Ui own ! h, lnu.
when the lvkiua! I ni,i ami
tliutiaiiuda of boxna tiavu Uuu
ernd lu the Kioni'ia a de Imui-e, a
cold i-torme iihint, inch tuix in
iiiiinlii'ied In i!uiruoii i ''id nuni
l,er In-l i liy thrf roer, a tiuund ih
liiHde of its conteutH, aud It In in
mieiita i uud marketed uiidir dueo
lion nr Hie Kroner' uulun Siiya Mr
M ii in t .ii ii :
"VVlibte the tiox in bound or, ordi
uarilv, and the umwir liaa n i noli hi
neillir dotti t. i:tne. Tim nninn tin Ik
tlm murk nt nnudnidi H-u t.l i
1'mjh Li l in lor In it H(iileB at i!' i I
lonu aud iih l inn on hiij I "
tdiui'Hiity ol itn liHitinn. WIiimi ;i
dlun colonel in Vlmllvuhl' i k Ii .
Ideuilhh on a ilool I ivrt m I .
union (ledimtH lh rii'e ut n
from It lull tiKMiiiHt tne un
It Ik tlia I nam .of the lu.rl Ii ' ' "
ondiiud mini that im.V m'utc t i
fitlip can be taki u from tin: I k ;'
iateu lu Hi" t'i'ik "No i
Jt in Ilia alHUiiurd, of iiihIH
trimlWDrthliieKK ol tie kiihiui'M '
niakuB the U In '. l'he iipiil" f
llo.nl ilvel, iillnin, VVmiiiicin . ;
a lot. of othul JiIiii'oh, are Im nvfM t ,,
llio'ii'i'B, ill ailvanco nl llin i;.i
by ilialnra In N-w Vcik I i.i '
llouuuonu and uuint friend
cltli'B. without Ilia n'iidui(,r ol i
aveut to iiiaoect Hi ijnallty A n r.
for relial'ilitv i luiieed an nc-ut i I
worth." J. K Muiuford in llun i 't V
Wefkly.
Ten acruB if ornlmrJ up at. Il ioi
rivi-r add lat wenk tor r.l,000 A
mau liere boiiKht 10 a.'rea id bom ii. !
ii(lec, and "M more aiM' i l H "
pioted laud witliKood houaen, bi ;
-tu. all foncul, for i.'iOOd. niur
'view. O ilia now. dou't about t
which mau not the bent bin'
Well, tSieu, get buny (iett'njj orcliard
land arouud Lakovlew.
Homesteaders under Cer
tain Condiiicns f..ay
Re-Locate
A iiioid linnili.t i ii i 1 1 ' i (' ii 1 1 ill I'MB
bi'i'ii rvcinifj a! 1 1- I. ul lai.d IiIJIim
m It ii' Ii i-vl.li-iiiy Hiu ii li., imry iifi
the ,..irl nl I lie i"in l .il l. ini Ollli-e
III tin- I Iri'iil I un lit h' t'i'' lul-llor to
Klve tlie mini Him n.)"ii a n iiim-
Bead, aii.l lor any r -a-i" !i.itvviT
niiiit'l" I i IiihIih it i lu l'itliv alitr
atli'ini't liiU in ' ''. airliii I or
l.initV to in ;ik a ,1'li'iy on b'-d lilider
lint i i.lrili.i'1 hon iHt. iiJ . t l fun
iii, o.
Hie (iein lnl Land Oil!. .- at V. ,ih iln
ton in lili'i.l h iiili'iid Ui iv i. . I ne
lii'itti'l' w Ilh a Imrli'iiij I"-'!' In"
man ulii Ihib Bin. n liml I'm i.nd n..od
llilrnl iulm iruaidinit I lie liialua ol a
liuUlt'Htuad .i.i I lor aiiy ioimoii uliHt-i-viT
n irevi'iiti I li iu .iiun onoii
It or ll.llkll.M 11. ill ilui't.
Thin will alb i ' ai y l i-oj.le wMmi)
entiy hiB I ii n i Ji l e l l.) U e i llli-i tB
nf I lie dilli r ni I '.il.tnt ti. run. li
mit the c.U'iln In hi" an.ill.ar hi.i
i'hIIdIi aud an- il ndi-d uimu by t lie
elltlltJ nl tne luteilor ami tie
inn in Inn 1 1 n r nf the tjeui-ral Laud
Ofllll! 'Hie H ll'l lo till- lil'lllnlTI
ni il Ktif l vt-t ii' I Ji trl-L dlli-H I., ii.
IiiII.iMh ;
". jfiit ln i n :
l li.lel ii'iii- I I ' I, I-'-"- i
the cmhm nl ,Uiu j.iiiki- WUi mm
MthHh, Ihe in-. Ull. iii-iiI ill Unit
th ai t nf l eb. M. i::S m i "t a
I im 1 1 u 1 1 o U on the iijiillnlil". n ivv - r nf
the Itiiid ili-i aitii e' I H t n lirt
lu caneB ol mi l'lrnt airl inli-tHki-.
he.ond eiiiil- "III. thinlorebe
adowad by t ii i.t'.W fc nil ii. inn h the
H.ilriil doi'B not c in- w II hill Hie
act ol l-Vli K 1UM (Stiura), wUeu it
ml intMClurll: api inu a Hint i l.olni b-
w bu ll coul I ll il h ire l.een fuli-euil
and which leiiiUr It luiliracllable to
cultlvale the bind, aio d'm'uvi-red
nt.i.i-ijniiit to entry i r were aiibnu
Hiieul to entry thri.nub no fault of
the eulryu.au the lu nl Ih-chuh-b -..Helen
lur nut iciillural liurpiiB'-a. Wln-u an
ai'pllcutiou Ib iri.i-ii.lel w'lb-licau be
allimed uu ler y act ot .:onuren,
Ji ll ill bIIu- Hi" aii'iie hi y nl are
re.(nlred tu do order renenl ri-nnla
tun.H. Whu au applii-ii'-iuu in pie
Hi'Utcd whlcli doi'H uot i iiiiie wllhlu
the iuivlew of auy act nl CNiiniien".
ynn will uot reject the muile uo wll
i aae the proper Dotatioua on your
lei-urn ami lorwanl the aiiplb'tiou
to thin ottlce with appiuprmte re
coin meiidat Ion.
I'erBiiHpli I! mi I H of ('iru ilur nf
l-Vb. it, V.KH (Hi L l. -Jl.) aie uo
1'iirUli'Kly umrlillel
Very IJehpectfnlly
I'Kl.D UKNNKTT.
('nmuilnBiiiuiT.
li A. HAI.LINC:i:i;. Secn-iaiy
Cut Only About 5000
Acres of it is Available
for Settlers
Tim Hi'cttry of the Interior ban
under dale of April fitti, '.)'(', rrtor(l
in entry a territory "f apprnxlmatid v
M.ttHi Hctin the uti'iilrr p'irlio" of
Ahlcli l in Kla-atli Co (Ire hut
M Ii (T It w ill lint mill i'I'I to entry IT
III Intr nr n li'il in , i. n'll Auu. 1
The t fit ii I mi i: luiniti'd mi'tfr tbli
ord r ih ai.-iui 'l v ipi Hfieii .iml iniifli
that. Ih iliBiii'iii'id n alieadv taken
by el I lit- lii ri
tot e I 111! tt I' ): 1 1 ii
fnt mi t em i
der t he hen I '
t here a ill u. - I
live to . i, I
iHIld HOII I) A i
Klamath I rnj'-rl
ley. 'l !i in Inn I.
niihlead iiiuii v I'
the pi oci'rb I 'ml.
the Intti-i i im n
ill If (I'tHlll I HI. It
of the laml hI
tt
IIVIUIIIlI 17
Be.v improved
Extensively
SETTLERS POURING
INTO NEW 0ItE' ''v
- 9
The ; System Coixk :;
Erin? r'oney and Set
his Section
i-
r iv
i i wis
: ,t
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Inn
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turn.
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' It lie bni'lH b -"I
i . nunin fr.-.-i all
im n i ill cmiiib iin-
.. , .i i in n end
'. i 1 1 ii v be about
i.i -"I H 't t'O'ld
in t he Uni'"r
.i i i Yoni'H Vii'
UiiHl(), till
i " n t Ui. del tilauil
tin. 'lepaitlllbut of
il ii"n in w un j m -l-'
ir iu-laiiCu ni.iiia
n a tJAim ni in
acrea di-kluiiiilrd. t.t in Upper liniu.uih
Luke. Hub elitiii'ialea u.ucb ol ahat
the outBlder may cnimdi-r aa avaiUtde
to entry.
Ttn-re In at prment ituod laud opKti
tn entry lu Luke, Klaumtb ami C'ro'M
count. --M H' d niiiiin nl It In aa unuil ni
.' y Inn I" npi'ii to entry lu the ct-.i
I i.i" J'uv 1 1 -1 1 1 1 n ii i"iii, l hre '.,' . ,
i ' h .'..i i'. :s; 7 1 .... in f. 4 1 ii-in. ;;i
i... ii. ; 3. i.'i. :j" iu, aud ;n ;j
LOST OF LIVING
KEEPS ON SOARING
New YorR Board Takes
i
; Gloomy View of Return
of Prosperity
NKW VOHK, p .1 H.-Cbaritable
orKanizatiuut here take a Klootuy
view ot recent ktulementa from vari
miB BOtiicea to the ettect tbnt pros
perity (ma returned. The annual re
port of the l.'idiet Department of tie
Aaauciutinu tor Iuipioviuk the Condi
tion ot the I'.nir hbvb:
"New Vnik City la only about 15
per ci'ut ricoie'l from iard timea
aud the htuher coet ot IitIiik baa teen
the priin'tpul rianuu fur the retard
intf of thin iccovery.
The total liiiuil.f'- of canes before
the atiauciution at preaent aliowa &0
per cent increune over the aame per
iod lu KXit;, a unuial year, and only
II per ceut decreane trout tbo Inst
year.
"The RlalititlnH ot applicutiou for re
lief diiriuu the mouths tnllowiuK
acuta Industrial depreaaiun are a fair
Index of Hie di-Krea of recovery
readied by I be poor (Jur work tor
rba last six moutha eliowa tne (uior
.re still rearinar Hih aftermat.i ot tne
' hllic. 1 be Very lunn me ilei.tl.iit nil
. in r feet, very tiovly. .N,c... i-u
iml public fpecuUltiia mar be en
thliaiaetio iu thi ll diaui lpt iiinn uf
"better limea" that are now ivilb ut,
but families that for months were
"ii'ter'i. i .ivf-r Miixions becaiiH" work
i im- I idil-ii, are still lu nr
"nit iii ' "t, atill "ifiriit mehk're
" i liHwIhtanci'
1 V 'l" I'M II I lltf Hppll-
I I'rmiH iii v .ik'fn. en-
' ' ih iif nrtskllle ' pin ir
' . i-!" 'ne'il in uior- a i
' "ii inn ( ".tiinnteH the in-
I : t r ' llVMItf to I MM pf'Of
. ' ' i i of liHHj-iiHi,' at 17 1-3
l-'red I'. Ci onemiller. Ileceiver of
the (inTreiiHieni Kmid (;fllue, pur
chuned four acre of the rove just
ninim ilia Indian camp ami overlook"
in If tne Court limine anrl ban bad it
I ln.vB'1, the roll piepHred and ia now
tiaviiiif fruit trees net mi M
' 1 he VHTIi'iiea tliut lime been
Im-leO by Mr. ('roiinniller include
Ih' liunmm VVint r .'Sii.aiia. Ni
tn n ' Ippi'in, hniinl i-f w and Urav
fin-teiuM aiii'ini HimliK : MUi'k Ke'jiJ ti
ll uu and Jin)al Ann (.'heme; Com
ire. A'-jmi mi linrtlett pears and
nevernl alleLl"1 f pcnc'iet Bud
ill I M
Tm 'r u t nl bind riuht in (be town
of l.kMiev n i e I i' ink in Hie valley,
mith Cine f II e H u nt, views Of the
g irroundi'if c. i i iir. to be nntal-ied
with nit i liii: blnif lo be top of the
blllv rinue eat nf limn, Is teutiued
to be tbe umot tieuiitilnl 'elsdeoce
fitn io Lakevinw.
Mr. Crouemiller's chmie is to be
roiiuiieuJed and whether from tbe
Ktan Ipnirit nf an inventtrent or from
an apprec'al iou nf the tin location
h h a lertiieuca sita or from tbe pos
i Id e llnaucial r-turus that are very
!-'.!. to accrue to the niau who plants
-i t . rctmr.l lu ttia nectloa ot tbe
i '.nil-. Ii.l- imrchape tueaus uiucb tu
i. nvtiei Bu i ali-o to the town in
:in'!i be lite. Thit heautlfyinif of
tlin boQies ot t lie Iomii aud tbe cultl
VKinn nf the vuht tiucts ot tbe valleys
nt the c nntv ur int si IHib propoel
tn.un ui ull uud every mni that tries
ti. ..i i !: i"- veiiieitte on bla ho e
euieartj s-f.ti.i' nl the value to bis neigh
bor inn the whole community is ben
efitted Thiu Ir one reason anions
o tho.i-nnil lour hundred and
s'-ve-ty nne other, vtood and most
Mib-trtiit'iil r-mnnn wny every man
that lives i i Lakeview abould carry
a nice hurl hickory or monntaio
in iih on miy club and use It oo tre fel
low who npeu bis head lo "knock"
Luke county aa a home lor t ie borne
lens (bat nee I laud.
This example, that has been set by
Mr Croueniil er and others wl'l show
every u.an who conies into tbe
couutry io a few years that tbe values
nf alt laud that can now be purchased
cheaply have climbed so high that it
will be beyond the reach ot tbe peo
ple w ho are now Invited to come to
this section of the c niotry sod get
tbe Dest land tbnt can be bumesteaaed
or purcbused at low prices auyvbere.
HANTS ROOSEVELT EMPIRE BUILDER
r r mtirt nnrni
nritrv in mm I HILL SAYS LAKE
Waterson Says He is the
Biggest Figure Since
Napoleon
LUUISVILLE (Ky. ). April 8.
Under the bead of "rtinthei," Henry
uie' son In tils uioiuiuk'b Coirier
InuriiNl rays :
"The time has cmne lor tbe people
of the tinted btates to consider
lhendore H'int.evet as they li-ve never
considered biin tiefnre; to take him
mora seriunnly than they buve ever
taken bim; to realize that he is alto
net tec tbe nioet BtartlioK flsfure who
has appeared io tba wot Id since Na
poleon liouaoar e, a circuirstance
not without simiiucance and portent.
"The candidacy of Thfodore Hcone
velt for President iu 1912 may be re
earded from this time onward as so
probable that the people should be
io seriously to consider it.
"1' tbere be needed for au execu
tive bead a strong man having o or
aue to lake all tbo bulls of corruption
by the burns, aud, resardless uf obso
lete legal restraints to shake 'be life
out of them, then, iudeed, Theodore
Koneevrlt woul l seem tbe one Htted
by temperament, education and train
ing for the work."
LAKEVIEW GIRL IS
IN J&RAND OPERA
Bessie Cobb Hakes Her
Debut at Mainz,
Germany
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Or- iig Free Right
Way and Lands to
N. C 0., R. R.
!::,..., ii-i' -i i mlvined that a
t. n il .:; 1 . ii '.' n nd ou the
i :i, I.."' i c-. cmc f.e N (J-O Ky.
:; i"" it ' I 1 -r wr thbr is
i h ; i " nt right
. it .! i. ".!. nr Btatious
. i ; v have tub-
;:r"p, i ! I "c e.iniprtiiy,
r r 1 1.' ' ii are veri
' ii t 'ii'rr, especially
. l'i' - ' i,' i nr- iker Oilr-
. r. j , i : Jnuderi pro-
.i-.; ', '! I i Mrt 'Oil if t IIS)
Siiler." and l.ukf vie wittia de
i' ii ! it hi'linovca tiietn to be-
. t li v n i l v.'1-t Iruetlier and
;: i ' . pi"iple know just
u. i y .Mil . 'i tu tenure the
Miss b.at"T Cotih, uo was bum ia
Lakeview, Dretiou. a great shiaing
Star nf the flrnt rank it the Heaven
nf Art. enters (iranl Opera, at Mainz
I Civ Theatre, n (ernia"y.
I In tha Soiree. Mr Van Hoose, of
the Hnyal Opera Hoti'e, Haim with
' ii", I'ennr in Krenoli a-id KrmMb;
"fiii"! Mr I llman sani! 'or a ohnffR. Ki
; il-ih and l"-ench two ling and earnet
1 ..tK.a n.irh .i In. rnicn
Mia Cobb, ho l as ndonted the
ptHL'e iinma of (!obina, sang itallau
and rmglish, two songs iu "Vaita
bundiis" which were a great success.
Peine recalled several time ny a very
enthnsi istio audience Miss OoOh
will alsn sing in tbe "Quen of
Night." in Mozart's "Mgio f'ltite,"
and with hat ypltudi l art uf aiuglug,
we en n easily excuse her singing iu
a foreiifu Imgnuje. we Decanie an
qU'iMitd v'tti ii i.e ot rare quality
nyti ,. ' 1 1 c in ir i-.'ul cnbimt ore,
i nl (-lie nn-t
B. II I . ' -I .' v 1 ' ' '
future n r i . I i.'i ji j,i
lists nf Hie iUv
The abovf r.s trau-lu'ed uud (
from the Mauiz, Hirmuny ) Daily
News.
ANOTHER SETTLER
RETRIEVES MISTAKE
Sold Out, but After Trav
eling About, Returns
To This Valley
G. Keller, who after year's of resi
dence at New Fine Cieek, sold out
lis place last fall to James O. llery-
ford. for tbe record bieaking price
of f 12a an acre, after touring Calif
ornia, all winter has returned to stay.
tie sujs that while tbe winter cli
mate t.iere. minus tbe raiu and fog,
is somewhat lest cold than the zero
weather we eiperieoce here the diffe
rence iu climate does not compensate
(or tbe wealth of opportunity that lies
at hand everywhere lo this section.
He figures rightly, that land in
Califoruiaa wbii h is at all desirable
at from $150 tu S500 or more an acre,
is no butter aud can not be made to
pioduce more than oar 930 or itO per
acre laort, aud besides if that land is
worth so much then conversely with
tbe cou.i.ig of railroaJ, nur lauds
will cuiuuiau I tbe aauie or even (treat
er prices, and tie increatsiug price Is
sure to come, will in itself ciake
one wealthy, to say notbiug of the
products tbat cat be grown iu tbe
meantime.
The more be traveled aud observed,
tbe more be became convinced as to
tbe worth of this couutry aud for
tbat reason he has returned and last
week conclude i a deal for the pnr-
i chase of the Gillette, rauoo. jubI over
i the line in Culuoruia Tde property
is considered one of tbe best m (Juld
jen Goose Lake villey, aud the price
raid was at be rate ot (ii per ucre.
Iu this matter Mr. Keller id realiz
I i-u what o'be old-timer hare
lcnmrd, t o hnre dlson e l n' Hr ir
buliilngs here to seek bettet thiuus
iu uroou nu .'.nres fai awtiv. (hut ne
have rigut her OJ" O the best ueo
tions iu tbe Uu'on, suit una in .vnii'h,
all tuiiigs buueidi-re i, tenlest tend
uea are low. aud which necessarily
must inoreass in tbe comparatively
ueur future.
COUNTY COMES
FIRST
He Is Sending Out Inform
ation to The World As
To Opportunity in
Our Section
The Uieat Norberu Railway Irriua
lion Agent, u. Leeiy. of .St 1'anl,
Minnesota, is sending out a w-M
written, illustrated pumplel, entitle 1
"Opening Up Ceutral Oreuou " It
is replete with facts as tj this sctinu
and gives valuable tips ou. "Farm
log, fruit Growing Stock -Kuitnog
and Lumbering in Wasco, bheiman
Crook Klamath and Lake c nuties"
with "Tens of Tbouea ids of I-'htiu
Homes for tbe Settlers" alonu tne
route of tie Oregon Tru ik. wriicri is
to be au important feeder f"r the
great Hill system rf railroads.
Tne pamphlet speakt of our wheat,
f.nit, lumber and lunds, and says
tbere are vast areas in Lake co'inty
that are susceptible to intention and
tbat is probable tbat tti will hit
one in tbe neat future, aud rays Lnkn
county bas millions of acres of gov
ernment land of agiiculturai tiiutier
and grazing lands that are still avail
able for tbe settler
In the pamphlet is the first specUio
mention of Mr. Hill's intention to
enter Lak - county, where it says:
"Tbe Urs districts of Interior
Oregon to teel tbe lnipetn9of railroad
development are Crook countv and
NOKTHEKN LAKE COUNTY These
communities together have an area
of unapprno-iateil government land
exceeding 4,500,000 acres Much of
this is caparde under careful cultiva
tion, of yielding between 17 and 40
bushels of wheat to tbe acre and tbia
coutinuallv f ir a number of years
"The immigratiou iuto this tttri
torv bas sbown a marked increase dur
ing tbe past year ani it remains only
for this great uDtiortanity to be
brought to tbe attention of Ibousauda
of faruers in tbe Cast to bring about
settlement of this Empire within a
few short years. Now is tbe time to
investigate this "territory. Farmers
goiug into this country now will
piobt by tbe growth and develop
ment of tbe community."
Any one interested io Lake county
can gain much useful and r-ltanle io
formation by writing to Mr. Leedy
for a copy ot ais pamphlet, which
ends with tbe siunitJcaut worts.
"Tbere are big opportunities in Cen
tral Oreaon Today"
Tbe fact tbat Mr. Hill his now set
the force of his great aud fHr-rencbms
immigration bureau at work io our
favnr means rapid settlement of Lake
county. In consequence to day ia
your opportunity I Do not neglect
it I
THE RIGHTO -WAY
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suit of the VC ! av- - Lms.
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Nuihiurf of tliu kind iu Luke county.
Good Gold Mines
Altutaa Hlaludeuler. 8: Geo. Martin
Hie contractor, paid a visit to the
IHsi mine Suo-lay. 1 asked bis
opinion ot the mine Mr. Marti said :
"l is alinply lilim-mse The ore iu
the little stamp mill with only plates
to natch tne values is yielding over
:i() per t u. A careful estimate made
by me nf the ore blocked nut at tbls
time will (five a yield of f 14 5. (XX). I
tell you, sir the miue ia si :ipl im
mense, aud is tndaj one of the best
mining properties in California." Mr.
Martin further nl ate Hint a founda
tion whs beiug IhkI for a tweuty
stamp mill, but be says the present
developments would justify jixty
sta'rps. With the Hess mine on tbs
wen aud tbe rich and extensive lioag
district on the north, Modou Is going
to come to the front as a gold pro
aiudug sectio . Now mark that pre
d ictlun.
Rock Weil Alonp;
W i
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"Down tu Kalians City," savs au
oxchauve ' bin bauds will finally b
compelled to blow a horn whan wlth
iu a tlnok of home tu let their wives
know they art coming."
Tbe work of the O V-L Co cuu. 1 is '
coming ahesd. Tbe dirt part is com-I
p'.eted with exceptinu of trimming
up some, which will require about I
thice weeks time. On the mck wuru
over a tnila of the heaviest work is
now completed, aud woik on a big
tunnel begun. Over IM men are em
ployed ou tbe rook work The 10. S
liernev Constnution Co b.ive the
contract for piilug for the Hume tres
ties, aud are crowdiug tbut portion
of Hie work Tbe luuU water lunt fall !
aud snow of winter rielajed tbe work
to some extent, but that was some
thing unavoidable.
Slaughtering Coyotes
Oo Monday over 100 wolf sculps
were handsd iuto Cuuuty Clerk
Payne. Ooe man draw a check for
f 150. Tbe coyotes arn cer ainly g--ting
what is coming to them, for de
pre'iutio on uli-ep but what is the
fanner and the truck gardeuer to do
by aud by agaiust tbe jack rabbit
pestr
b i . i w
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theit .iiiity i i'T, j i I fi'i 'it un If r
Hie liiv a tif '.i- I'iit'ia au jai'Oi'.
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t.' ' 'C -r, ' il fx tiling
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tortue.i r.' i I -it m lar.e n ,'lf i' of
hoiiMT. i i v. in en. ir i" con
struct bv i l.-;v rt. '" f of
local i i"- li i s e I i in i i i" ! e dur
ing tl j t:i t Vcaiii, L'n .? . :. id.?H
fair to I a lively pli'ce iu : ae neur
futuie
The kii''T I ppot-riin - I a:)i.oilties
hu e e".t, i, 'it ivnruii -.,it. if pabito
bigt'-vir. ou tree i intitoa a: a
not l:i in yond conn.! ,n that eer
Vica w!M be s'otipj't. : Jie id u gooil
argunii. . t foi (loon '
BUlt it) BI)rft tn
public very w bare !
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that r'
travelling