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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1911)
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$100 REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR ANY STATEMENT IN THE FOLLOWING
ADVERTISEMENT THAT IS NOT A CONCRETE FACT
We are on the main North and South located
and approved Harriman System survey.
This survey is the final location, all easements
curvatures, etc., being actually located, estimates
being made down practically to a spike, maps are
filed in the U. S. Land Office and approved.
This is the point selected by the above
Railroad for the Town to accommodate
the Chewaucan and connecting Valleys,
comprising about 75,000 acres.
Following note the exacfl wording which ap
pears on the above railroad's final profile at this
point: "This is the Eastern edge of the Chewaucan
Valley, containing about 75,000 acres of good
agricultural land. A good sized town as trading
and marketing center olchis valley will develophere."
The survey passes through only about three
miles of the valley. We have the center mile and
the ONLY LEVEL GRADE.
Grades on each side, all through the
valley are practically maximum grades,
pitching about thirty-seven feet in a
mile, which means a 7-10 grade, the
heaviest grade on the line is 8-10.
Of the lots sold to date, 8 have been sold to
that many men connected with the engineering dept.
of above system, some of which hold high positions.
We have the purest and coldest of water at
This is the LOWEST VALLEY in Lake County
and therefore we believe the best.
The townsite was laid out by experienced en
gineers in this line of work, and can hardly be im
This sale will continue but a very short time
and may be withdrawn at any time.
50 per cent, of all the proceeds of this sale will
be put in substantial improvements for the town
site, such as trees, pumping plant and grading.
$50 buys a 25x 1 30 business lot, right
down close where the two main 1 00-ft.
streets cross. $ 5 each month, no interest.
Now is the time to secure choice selections
Good townsite investments are about the best
investments on earth. Be sure though that you in
vest in a legitimate proposition; one that has not
only a good reason and evidence for its existence,
but one that is an assured live one with a railroad.
If you believe as we do that the railroad is a
very short way ahead, figure 'what a lot wiH be
worth on its advent.
Farm property sometimes doubles and trebles.
Good town lots often increase ten fold or more.
Beware of fake townsites. From now on they
will spring up like mushrooms. Be se'ecft and rea
sonable. Invest where the reason justifies.
Handsome profits are going to be realized in
this country when the railroad arrives. Why not
be one? After it starts it will be too late.
. Twenty-five miles from LaKeview; twenty-five miles from
Paisley,- twenty-five miles from Plush; fifty-three miles from the
East and West survey; a probable division point; 75,000 acres of
fine valley land. Fine climate and fine water. Large bodies of
fine timber close by. Vast winter range adjoining on the North.
Unsurpassed scenery, fishing and trapping.
BEAT OUR COUNTRY IF YOU CAN.
We are less than two years old; have
main stage through here; M.O. Postofiice;
weather station; five paying business
lines two more to be erected this sum
mer and arrangements for artesian water
are completed with Geo. Edes the driller
to sink a well.
This valley surpasses in fruit, wheat, oats, barley, rye, hay,
alfalfa and root crops.
FOR A SMALL INVESTMENT WHERE IS
$5.00 PER MONTH NO INTEREST CHOICE SELECTIONS $5.00 DOES IT
Remember This Sale is Limited and this Ad Will Run But a Short Time. Send for Photographic Plat.
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