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A Want Ad In Tho Lako County Examnor
Kvpcatcd n fi w times,' if nmrssfiry, will funl it customer
for tlmt property of yours. They lire scinncd closely
by inttmliiij: lnm-ix, ami the cott is iioniinnl ,r cents
the line for cnch insertion. Special lon-time rate.
l.i r iii w i i
lirluKiion hihI I.mim i iinit.Mi .
!,dnh.' nt lnkrWi vv. We i inr tin
kllriiellve in v i hi nn iit iiml mi lit
1 met Ive m le iiliin, iiml run mum i
iriipoHlllnii In it limn hi Muiniliitf
thl ho in mo ti 1 1 y Hint Ileum tne
highest saUry paid In I .like ('mint i .
Ine ikIiI ileal f"r the rluht mini.
tilve refereliiv when litmw erlnu t Mm
ad. A'Mre-a, I- 111 I ' In in I Arrvnye Co.,
LlJ., IlllX tiSH, HoImi, I'lllliO. J 1 7
WANTI.l) -Man tlna I'.uuli'K ""
trnct. Apply tu Urn I'.erue.v Con
struct ion 'o., l.nkevlew. Ore
WANl'M) A KANCU TO KKNT with
look ud lnHilntiitttit", fl'ifk tHkwn
oil share or iuo mi ajsaUrr. I'et
of r.lnranoea. Wile- irod ink
luipilm nl O. W. Winle. Aiiuraa,
Cl.. care J. l Klohanlaon'M eauui.
WAN i'KOV rutmut all klielaoMtrls
animal hes'la. nto. We tau skin
ami tii ii k rum mi l rolm-.
Vtl-y ami Hluiiniitm. Taxedaruilatg
Valley Kails. Orriin. 'M Uui.
T.OOMS I'OU UKS I' Wulwlitr'a Uiioiii
IiiK Iioiihh enrner SIiimIi llewev.
Kvrr I liinu new; rate reitaoiutlile
by iluy. witk i t ti i n 1 1). If
NTH tV NtTII'K
blUAVKI) or alolnu. itt.out Autf.
1.'), , WHO, oiia irrny inaru, brainliKl
ltli .I!, en Uft atllln, lr aoar ou
frnul li-ff, i.Ulit 1400, alionl 10 ynra
cm). l.ltftit day, ulilta foa anildl
liorai, aania liraurl, wire lii'ur ou lull
front hrni, almiit I'i yimr old, ilutit
,UUl) p'lunit IUhthI tBwrtnl.
ANOKKW MOKItlS, All.
S'l'ltAYKO r ci. ien. I'roiii rntnulM
l'rairli', etie teiiin hurxeii, one Irmi
irrnv I lie in In r U hlte; Initli lirHllileil
II oil It-It HtiliitU-; Vlllte.l nil left
Hliniililer; wciilit uliiiut "Jl' IIih,
f PHI re Mini fur llielr return.
r v r im am:. i.nkview.
i.TMjiTATmlT Nil i u k loit in-:-
ward ImmiiimI iv the Ti leplume
Company fur (leitiroyltitt lti prup.
ertv 1'Jt I
A KKWAKI) ot ufty doltitra la here
by ollxred for liiioriiiiitiuu thitt will
lead to the aire Mint conviction of
any lemon wn Iimh atolen wire or
other properly, from our Company ;
mid the aauiii rewurd ia hereby olftrel
lor inloruiM' i' ti Hint w ill lend to the
arreat aud .uvlction of auyoue ilea
troylug ti'" 1 roperty of the Company.
Secretai IJtke Co. TeL Si Tel. Co.
Don't furtsiit that we carry lu atook
for aula all klodu of Iron. lioPa aad
ohalua, thimble akeloa and Iron auu
atael axle Arziier Uroa. tf
WHY NO l'. Spend your vartation at
"The Jotfermiu, " Sail frauolaooT
A city hotel altuated In beautiful
park but live niluutea from Market
Ht. Special ratea tor the aumoier.
Itlue 1'iluU or any loajuahip lu
liuroa Laud Diatrict showing all
land entrlea, naiuea, datea, etc. To
pography. Your order tilled on day
of recalviug. l'rlca 11. J. C
TUKNKY. llurne, Oregon Ctf
Cheap (lour at ltouansii. (Quality
guaranteed fir money refunded. tf
POKT A Kl N( 1 H A V 1 : 7flT KIHST
grade .it j.npiiira aud t tKiira to la)
found In Oregon. tf
j. 11. cctLkh whim; y at tTi e
Hotel Lakevlew bar. The beatand
puivat wlilnky made. tf
i lie oriirnn t:a
Ifcir nl an ) Neil
I.Ivb HiiH k 1'roloo
Ion Aiaonlallun, o
will ill llig umlur
will lift l,couuo
. fit Vct and conviction
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tlen MloalliiK Jir,
raitlD or muli'i be
In addition to the almv, Oir uiideralaned
oBr on tho iimo oonilltlou M 0.00 lor all Intra
branded hortf-atio bar nil both or elllior
iaw. ilrand recordml In ulmit oomitlei. KaiiKu
iarney, IjiUu aud Croon Miuullva. llorc
yantud whxn anld.
Nuua bul grown horniMi mid, and onlvlnlarga
knbolint W. W. baowN. Kiln. Orofon.
The Oregon, California & Nevada
Livestock Protective AHHoclatlon
will give $1000 Iteward for tho con
viction of any party or parties steal
ing horned, rattle or imilca iK'longlng
to any ot tho following intniibera of
Cos Sc Clark. Cliewncau I.ond &
Cattle Co.. lleryford Isanti & Cattle
Co.. Lake County Laud & Llveatock
Oo., Warner Valluy KttK-k Co., Win,
W. llrowu, ueo. m. jonea, 000. J tan
t...... U II m.nn.lliia C A llulinv, M
Flue, W.A. Currier, Frank li. Manure,
J.C. Hotchklaa, Culderwood ltroa.,
T. J. Ilrattalu & Mona, T. A. Crump,
Creamer fc liouuer, w, 1. Creaaier
Maud I. I'.ambo.
I W. P. Jf KitYPOKn. I'reaM't
OKfitiCKH C j,, M Mii.t.KU,Sec&'tr-ua
f W. 1
l ull ti l.i;-l."i In-iia) of iliiiry cow;
ill n il iinv liuiuiier in ami pnrniri"
i t. Api-lv to .1. .1, Monroe, Willow
l l( A l.iv I he N nf t he of the
Hrt' of theHW'4 of Hit- 7, Town,
ahlp il .sunt I. ul lianue '.'() I) ',V M
with water ci.ntrncl fir 5 nereH.
A I o I,' it PI In llloek 7H O. V. I.
Co. Ad'HUmi to l.nkevlew.
Ail'lrena W. n. Mulrllie,
IPI l.vn. Ii.le Ave N
H)itHA?.l.-)aereti In alfnHit. '-"t
In ilea ruillill of New I'I fin Creek, alao
HM iirreM furn.lliK lanil, 60 aerea in
Mlieitl tl lullea oiilll of New Title
t n ek. I'lirtii nliirM of I. T. Hetvler
nun. Kn I'I lie (reek, Oro. Air-.H tf
l-OK AIJv 10 ittTBH, tienr liakevlew.
ieMi ilition: K ol S' of NW!4 of
NICJ4 of Sect ion HI, TuWIimI,) 40,
Kn.iice llli: V. M. Otto K. Alg
ernon, I.akeCity, Minn.
FICANK I.I.N. 1!I0 four paaneiijjer.
ix ')lliilcr roailMtej. run only 4."O0
lulleM, 4. h ., repulnteil. A l nlme
throiiKhout, Kiiirui)text naJurixKi aa
new, tiarvinn fur nnyoiie wImIiIiik
hlifh powered railnter, aellH new
forHgiHl. I'rlee f.o.li. I'urt-
lanil. MeimleM. Oiillula Autr Co., 7 til
A; IihvImHIh., Port luik!, Oreoii.
till lu-rea line, level Inml ailjolnlui;
Pauline Marxh, alx uillea uoith of
town of bllver Ijike. Vtrychenp
furciiMli. Apply to J. O. Hall, '22
CliHiiiher nl ( otiitiieref lUilillU.
I'm'. Inml, Oreif.iii. 4-13
roit 'sAi.r: Tim wg of sec. r-,4. t. :w
h.. Unum- In i:., W. M., near Lake-
view, Or. Cull oil or adilri'MM (. linn.
K. Kljiin, ( itv lteortler, hnlcm. Ore.
llli: I.llkevieW Alintrni't Si Title Co.
U tiukinu Hpii inl (irlrea oil Almt rai'ta
to O. V. J.. Co.'a TiiictH iiml Town
I lilt SAI.i: 10 Keren " ltd a 6 acre
water riht, O.V.I... Tract 10. S,i-.
7, T. 41. U. in, and Lot 11. lllk. 7.
fur f HiU. l0. paid. Ad'IreMH Alfred
Kuvkeudall, lien. 1 H-l . Lou AliKclea,
1-XK SALK. 10 acres, with 5 acre
water r'gUt, O-V-L. Tract iO, hec.
7, Tp. 11. K. 1'.'. aud hot 11. lilk.
(7. Mimt hell at once. Price 1170.
9 1 81 paid. AddfixM
(Jbu. Del., Loa Anueleit. Cnl.
I.. J. I'.iro
Trm i .' 11
r, l'r iliul. 'I
T. :ii, II. In. to acrr.
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IV T. I'I. It I I. 1" I'W I'.'ti r hW.'UKilt, ITil
Ijtl.lli'X nl , aii Kr ami ueo. I al.
ion a.i.K I'd n. bu,i k o. v. 1. . addi-
(1.111, and S' ji.l Ni, ol NK', ol Nt'4. ivc. S.
1. io. It. Itt. Kl a. r. A.l ll. " Krid tn.rr. r.
KK1I 4, bo Id, Klil t lt, Kali, l'rur .'10.
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J. If. IVarx.n. .1.1 W Alamrda Aviv l. nvtr.l ol.
Knit H AI.K -I j.t .'I, liloci l:w and trari (I. h.-c In,
1 41, It In, i a r.a A.lilr.aa I iltlvu "nrj.in
K lot M, U' Moln. i. loa.
KoK hAl.K-t.nt 14. tiliM-k l.iu.and S', ol hh'4 ol
Ni4. hi 17. 11), 11 Hi. S'l acr. a. Kai 1..
ra. Ikix 14, Kl'lu.tl. l.l. W a.h l'rlca
KoK KAl.K lxt li, block ! l,U VI. addillon,
and Sh1,. hi4, H,.o i;, 1 .;. it S4. 4.1 a ro.
AdUruuJ. I'i.tii- Wolli', Moortuad, Mlnu.
KOK HAI.K-Uit U. liloi k SI..OV 1. addition,
and ol N W, ol ( '4, hec 111. I i. H .Hi, VU
arr- Adtlrcx ('. C. Harmon, loa Kauaaa ht,
lt. cl riul.l . h. i.
KOK hAI.K hi, ol S,. ol hK!. ol NKii,h 44, t
10. K 0.1, lu acri'l. A.i.iruna uiura j, uffii-i,
u kiIivmiii Ai' invvani )
NOTICE TO CKEDITOKS.
I a the matter of the Eatateof Joaeph
E. Jetuiore. tleceaaed.
'I'I... iiu,l..rMknitil J. A. .let more.
bavinu liten Uulv apDolnti'd liv tint
County Court of the State of Oregou,
for the County of Lake, aa admiulh.
tratrlx ol tho estate 01 jOMcpn ji. joi
tnore, deceahtd. "
Notice Ih hereby given to all credi
tors of and all perhona having claims
againat aaid diH't-aaed, to preaent
them duly verlllcd. Ha ro.piircd by
law, within ais tnontlm from the
UpmI loililli-nlliiii of tliln notice, to
aald J. A. Jetmoie, nt the law olll e
of L. l Conn, tu l.nkevlew, Or.
Dated and tiiht piihlltilieil thia
Mb dav of Juiit', li'll
Admiulatratrlx of the Es
tate of Joseph li. Jottnoro,
CONTEST NOTICE '
Department of the luterior, L'niU'd
StaU-a Land Olllce. Lakevlew, Ore.,
To Kalpli G. Scott, of Loa Angclea,
Vou are hereby notified that Eaye
Keene, who givea Lakevlew, Oregon,
as her poat-ollloe addrean, did 00 May
S5, 10U, UIo in thia olllue l.er duly
corroborated application to couteat
and Hccure the cancellation of your
homehtoad, Serial No. 03tiL'S. made
June U.11I10, forlLots 3,4. 0. SEWNW'K,
NK4 BWIi, Bection 4, Townablp 38 B,
Itauge 17E, Willamette Meridian, and
as grounds for her contest aliu alleges
that aald tuitrymau never eHtabliahed
a residence or settled upon tho above
duHcrlbed tract, nor haa ho ever cul
tivated or linpi oTcd tho same or uuy
You are, tlierofore. further notified
that the said allegations will be tak
en by this office aa having; bean con
fessed by you, aud your said entry
wll be cancelled tiiereuudor without
your further right to lie heard there
hi, either before this office or ou ap
peal, If you fail to file In this office
within twonty days after the fourth
publication ot this notice as shown
below, your answer, under oath,
speellically meeting aud responding
to theae allegation of content, or if
you fall withiu that time to tile tu
! this offlrn duo proof tlmt you hnve
-rvi ft co" o( ,vonr (itnnnT on tha
iild i (itiinifin t either In iroii or lif
ri-tildtcri'd mull. II tM wrvlcn 1
made ly the h livery olncopy of your
Hiiawarto the oofiH-xOiiit In pi-raon
I nroof of awn mrvlci mil"!. If either
; the Miiil cooteatitot'a written nk
I nowl('i1frii'fit of hla reei-lot of tli
coiy, allowing1 t lie date of It receipt
or the uffliliivlt of tho person by
! h lioto the delivery was made mUiIIiik
lulii-n hihI win-re the copy was dell v.
red; If made ly relMtereil moil.
! nro.)f of mii b service liiut col
aUtoMha ftflnluvlt of the peraon liy j
whom the ropy n mane,!, "Uiiin
when and the punt ollie to whleli
It wax mailed, and
vlt muni lie accompanied ly the
puHtuiaater'a reeel,pt for the letter.
You ahould Ntate In your unawer
the linioo of the poMoftice to hlrh
you (leBlre future notlrea to Ik- fteut
AltTHCK W. OIITON, IteirlHfer.
Date ol llmt puhlli'uilou .lune'Jtl, it'll
I'KTITION H)t Llql OH LICKNHK
We, the underpinned li'K'tl Votera of
North Warner I're'diict, I.nke County
Stat of Oreifon. riMp4-etfullv et,itlun
the Hon. County Court of Lake Coun
ty, Hlate ol ()reoi:- to Kfatitn lifeline
to I'at Murphy to aell KplritiiouM,
tualt and vinotia llipiora In Ii-hm
(piantltlea than one Kl.on in North
Waroer Pret lnct, I.nke County. Htat
of ( m-Kon, for the period of Tlv
Month, uh In duty tiotiud we will
J .1 VaiiKctileti Philip Lynch
Henrv Auderoti Otto Kim-IjIii
C II ltol.ltiHoii ThomaaC r'l.vnii
J Hamlley I'- n laly
.laiuea 11 O'Conner J MeaHiier
it A Ktananl David Crow
T J riulllVMU I'ete Caldwell
.1 I, O'SullivMii I'atMeA llfle
I Lliieli'tn ll. hard Alien
J Murphy I' K Taylor
I. 1' Manner Fl'liane
Jen-mlah Mayni hu John McCartly
It II tinael
11 L I'reaa
1' l" IWiiiue
.1 W I Ine
J (i Itoberta
K F Hmith
t icoft(e iey
C W Dent
I. 0 llcckwitli
IVnj'iinin D Minnnlian
M ti DelMtinay
I'hilip S Harry
Ed w P Hmx
M A I'riday
A C iSiiow
W E acbtihter
W li tirlnl
C II c::riln
O W Hlbv
.1 II Turpln
State ol ( r.'K;oii
Count v of Luke, m
I, I 'at Murphy of IMio-li. Lake Co.
Oregon,- Udng Urht duly a worn ac
cordliiKT to law ilepoMu and a iy : That
the forearoltiit p'tltloii contalna the
hitftiat urea ol an actual majority of
the whole lilliutier ot lcg;al vnteraof
North Warnel Precinct, Lake County
O egon; That each ol said hlgnatnre
In genuine, that each if the perHotiH
who hliiaturea lire algned to aald
pi'iitioii ia an ucttiiil reHidciit in hul l
precinct at the date hereof and waa
and ban been actually a reHidciit ot
and n-r-idinc In aald orecinct at leant
thirty daya iunneillately prvcceiliiig
theduuihe Hlned thi petition and
nlao of the lilinn '! the same.
PAT Ml HPUY.
Sworn and nubHcrlhed U'lore me
this 5 day of June. P.H1.
.I.J. Van Kenlen,
Notary Public for Oregon.
Notice ia bereliy given that the un
dersigned will aiiply to the Hon.
Coiiniv I citirtof Iake ( ounty. Ktate
of Oreiron. on July 7. 1 lit 1 . for all
ceilrti; to Hell hpirilUOUH, mull nun
vlnourt liiiuora In Icsh iiuauliilea than
one trillion in North arin-r t rectnci
Ijiku i uuatv. t irvsoti. tor a oeriou 01
twelve iiioutha from the Mil day of
July, A. P.. Hill.
Department nf tho Interior, U lilted
States liud Olllce, Lakevlew, Oregon
.nu.e i., inn.
Tn All Wnoui Ii Mav Concern
Notice ia hereby given that plat of
aurvtv for Township L'tl south, Kunge
1. East, will be ofUclallv tiled in thia
olllce at 0 o'chx k on July 12, 1011.
iffi which time the laud In said
towns! ip w ill be subject to entry, if
i.it lOlu.rwIxe reticrvod or aotiroiiri
ated, the same as other Htirveyed
lands. AUrilCK W OUTON
PETITION FOR LUiUOlt LICENSE
We, the undersigned legal voters of
Crooked Creek Precinct, LakeCouuty,
State of Oregon, roBpectlvoly petition
the lion. County Court of Lake
County, State of Oregou. to graut a
I.lcei'he to A. M. Macnab and J. F.
Hulliuan to he 1 Sprllious, Malt and
Vinous Liquors iu less ijuauities than
one gallon in Crooked Greek
Precinct Lake Couuty. State of Ore
gon, for the Period of twelve Months
aa lu duty bound we will ever pray.
(Jeorire Newconibe It. A. I tley
Ernest L. Meyer
V S. Situ irons
U. O. Griffith
T. V. Mulkey
C. S. Stone
H F. Sherlock
L. B Moe
A. U. Vanderpool
F. 1 . Loveless
L. C. Meyer
P. E. Roberts
C. W. E. JeniiiugH
A. S. I'at ton
It. t irumati
J It. Heck man
II. (i. Heck man
Kail L. l llfioh
C. F. Schuits
A. Ben steel
D. M. Bazar
A. M. Hardiaty
S. P. Dicka
W. T. Uii.rnum
P. E. shellhaiumer
John M. Murphy
State ot Oregon,)
County of Lake. )
I. J. F. Ilalllnan, being first duly
sworn depose and say: the foregoing
netltlou contains an actual majurtiy
of the whole number of legal voters
of Crooked Creek Precinct, of Lake
County, Oregon; that each signer of
said petition was, at the time be
signed the same, and la now, an actual
resident ot said precinct, aud has bo
actually resided iu Bald product con
tinuously tor a period ot more than
RAISED IN WEST
Waah'nRton, June 1f. Wentern
horHchruifderii are aoon to he called up
on to fo-operate with the government
In a rnoftt cornprehenaive movement
liKkln(f aftr the raifting of army
mount, and the territory went of the
MiHB0Ur in lo ror,trihuU) it quota of
. , , . . , '
(lovernrnnnt reeogtiition of the fact
that the Went ia breeding auperi or
army mount, with better wind great- i
er endurance and capable of withstand
ing the hardships of Army campaigns
haa at last advanced to a point wlera
it promises to be of immense practical
value to western horsemen. whoe ani-!
mala heretofore have found little favor
when Uncle Sam sought mounts for hia
cavalrymen. Now it ia planned to es
tablish one of the government breeding
station in the home of the cow pony.
and that section ia to be placed on the
same footing aa Kentucky in supplying
cavalry mounts for the future.
During the past year the Secretary
of War requested the co-operation of
the Secretary of Agriculture in evolv
ing some plan for enabling the Army
to obtain suitable horses. Many ex
perts were consulted and extensive in
vestigations conducted, and as a result
a plan has been formulated that will
provide over 2000 mcu its yearly from
Government owned stallions. It U pro
posed to divide the United States into
four breeding stations, one of which
is to lie located in the West-Montana,
Wyoming, Oregon. Washington and
perhaps California. In thia western
district the tilan proposes to place 15
thoroughbreds and ten standard-bred
stallions, in charge of the Government
agent. The terms of survice are to
lie free, but mares muist be approved
by the proper officer aa of the type
dexired. The owner will be reiiuired
to enter into a contract wild trie war
Deparment to give an option on the
renulting foal during the year it is d
yearn old, at a price to be fixed before
the mare in bred. The mare mui-t re
main in th'i breeler'a piennio.T until
the foal is weaned, and in cane the
mare in dinpied of before the govern
ment li-.n exercised itn option, a ser
vice fee mut be paid. Prices are to j
lie fixed annunlly for each ntate by a
board before each breeding seanon ,
Of particular interest to western
horebreederx in the incorporation ol
a report by Captain Conrad, in the re
port of Chief Mulvin. of the Bureau o I
Animal Industry, in which it in naid the
old-time undesirable cow pony of the
Went ha nit entirely disappeared,
and has given place to larger animals
frequently having a cross of draft
blood. Other reports made to the
Board showed the Western horse to be
the ideal cavalry mount. It could hub
hits on rough forage when necessary,
drink almost any kind of alkali water
and withftand greater hardships than
the thoroughbred. Sound of wind and
limb, the Western horse, an bred today,
has strong argument in its favor.
It is belived this plan could be put in
mM.rntion for the first vear at a cost
not to exceed $250,000. The expense j
in hub.touent years is estimatea at
$10,000 and Congress will be asked to
make the necessary appropriation
some time during the coming winter.
European countries long ago have
found it necessary to supervise the
breeding of horses in order to supply
the demands of the Army and every
European country, with the exception
of England, has for years been en
couraging the breeding of proper Army
mounts. It is interesting to note that
conditions now confronting England
and America in this regard are jdentj
cal, and that both countries are about
to adopt some such plan as here outlin
ed. On the basis of 40 mares per
stallion, the proposed system would
cost the government about $10 per colt,
but the results obtained would far out
weigh any objection as to additional
Graduates From 11 States
The graduates this year at O. A. C.
included men and women from 11
states ami1 1 foreign country. India
was represented by 1 student. Oregon
by 108. Alaska by 2. California, Wis
consin 2. Washington 8, South Dakota
and Indiana 1 each, Arizona. Iowa and
Colorado 1 each. The 49 officers for
next years regiment include represen
tatives of 7 states Pennsylvania. In
diana. Idhao, Michigan, Oregon, Wash
ngton and California.
thirty days nest immediately preced
ing the date on which he sisrned Bald
petition, and of the filing and preheat
tatlou thereof. j pt HALLINAN.
Subscribed and aworn to before me
this 29th day of May. 1911 .
(SEALt CHAS. II. COMBS,
Notary Public for Oregon.
Notice Is hereby given that the
umlerslk-ned will apply to the County
Court of Lake Couuty, Oregou, on tho
5th dav of July. IS 11, for a license to
sell spirituous malt and vinous
Honors, lu quantities less than oua
gallon, at Crooked Creek Precinct,
Lake County, Oregon, fcr the period
of oua year. a. M. MAONAB
J. F. HALL1NAN.
IN UNITED STATES!
The recent entimate that the 1911
wheat crop will ho the larent ev-r
pnxlured in the United States, aa an
nounced by the Department of Agricul
ture, lend Interest to the rerorda of
prxluctlon in. and movement Into and
out of the country of wheat and it
productH a puhliffhcd "by the Bureau
of StntiHtica, Department of Commerce
and Labor. Wheat has alwayoheen an
important factor both in the production
and foreign commerce of the United
State, and continues to increase in
importance in the matter of produc
tion, though somewhat decreasing in
the quantity exported.
The wheat production in the United
States in 1870 was 320 million bushels ;
18H0. 4rJ mililon; in 18h9. 409J (dropp
ing to 3yj million in 1H90 but advancing
to G12 millions in 1891.) J3Z2 millions in
1900. an 1 o5 million in 1910; though
even higher records were made in 1901,
7iS million bunhels, and 1905,
Much has been said Bbout the low
product per acre of wheat in the
United States when compared with
that in European countries and it is
doubtless irue that wheat production
in certain countries of Europe, where
great attention is .given to the care of
the land and the supply of proper soil
foods, is greater per acre than in the
United States. On the other hand,
however, it is equally true and inter
esting that the yield per acre in the
United States is increasing, having
averaged 15.8 bushels per acre in 1909
against 14 bushels per acre in 1907 and
1918. 12$ bushels in 1904. 13 bushels in
lfi94, and 10i bushels in 1883. While
the production per acre of course fluc
tuates from year to year, the average
production per acre during recent
years has clearly been higher than the
average for the last decade or two.
This slight increase in the quantity,
coupled with the material advance in
price, brought the average farm value
per acre for 1909 up to $15.62 per acre,
against an average of about half that
figure in the period from 1890 to 1900.
Meantime the quantity of wheat re
tained for domestic consumption has
greatly increased, while the quantity
exported has been reduced. In the
fiscal year 1910 the quantity retained
for consumption was 650 million
bushels, being larger than in any earl-
.a . . . i J
teryear; ana ine auanuiy exporiea,
87 million, which was less than in any
fiscal year since 1877, with the single
exception of 1905. when only 44 million
bushels" were exported. In 1908 the
exports aggregated 163 million bushels,
and in 1902, the high record year in
wheat exportations, 235 million.
Prices of wheat since 1904 show a
material advance over those of the
preceding decade, the domestic quo
tation of No. 2. red winter, in New
York market being, according to the
Bureau of Statistics. $1.25 in 1909 and
$1.05 in 1908, while in no year from
1892 to 1903 was the average as much
as $1.00, but ranging down as low as
6ic per bushel in 1894. 80o in 1901. and
85c in 1903. The export price which
averaged 72c, in the fiscal year 1900.
81c in 1904, 99c in 1908, and $1.02 in
1909. only touched the $1.00 price in
August and September of the current
year, 90c in March, 92c in April and.
for the 11 months ending with May
averaged 93c per bushel.
ONE PRICE ON
Secretary of State Olcott has inform
ed the Bancroft-Whitney company of
Portland, publishers and dealers in
law books that hereatfer no trade dis
count will be allowed for Lord's Ore
It has been customary in the past to
allow a discount on purchases of more
than 50 books and the company has
taken advantage of this for several
vears. To Drmt tne DOOK8 costs me
state $3.83, while the books are hxed
by statute to sell at $3.50, or 33 cents
less than the cost of production. Here
is a case where the more books the
state publishes the more money is lost
and this loss has been augumented in
r a -
the past by allowing the trade discount
on more than 50 books.
Secretary of State Olcott in con
formity with his avowed policy to
cut down expenses everywhere it is
possible, has decided to patch up the
leak from this source as much as he
can and hereafter the books will not
be sold at less than the price presented
The book company has remonstrated
with the secietary's office over this
new move but Secretary Olcott is firm
and like President Taft, when once
his mind is set, is as stubborn aa a
mule. The discount price has been
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