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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1912)
A complete line of
wagon and buggy
robes, blt, rUtea,
spurs, quilt, rosss
ettes, etc., etc.
Everything In the
line of carriage
and borne furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
R. H. KOGEKd
S. A. M US HEN
W. J. ARCHER
S. A. MUSH EN & CO.
SURVEflXU, MAPPING AND
BLUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY
BLUE PRISTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, 1 00 EACH
WHITE PRINTSOF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, 11.23 EACH
LAND REPORTS MADE
GET PRICES ON
Clear Lumber, Mill Work
WILLOW RANCH, CAL.
PROMPT SERVICE AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
. m. CORY,
LAKEVIEW - OREGON
Operates Stages, carrying United 5tatee-;Malls, Express and Passengers oo the
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
ALT0.10BILE3 OPERATED W CONNECTION WITH THE STAGES
Klamath Falls Route
Davis Creek Route
Davit C eek
; That not on barrel of the 1.5(10.000
, barrels of Portland cement valued at
$3,000.01X1. used in the Portland' lerrl
tor last vcar. was manufactured in the
state is one of the startling- statements
j in the new bulletin on "The Economic
i Mineral Resources of Or iron" by Prvf.
j H. M. Parks of the O.A.C. school of
mines, who Is Dubltshing the new work
Although Or iron rjroduced aooroxi
Returns are beclnnlnc to com In
from the vicious circular of misinform
mation sent out to Eastern ircvemort
and ntwooapert bv the Portland labor
council. The les Moines Capital glee
fully printed the circular in full on its
front osee. and th Indianaoolia Hun
Drlnte it and comments on it . editor!
ally. It sava In part:
"A warnini to Indiana neool with-
1 out caoital to keep away from the slats
rnstelv $1,000,000 worth of geological of Oregon has been issued bv th Cn
products in lylO. more than $12.000.000 ' tral Labor Council of Portland and vl
worth were Imoorted from other states eoitv through Governor Marshall. Un
and foreign countries, over three scruoulous emolovers of laboi and
fourths of which could bsve been pro
duced in th state. More than $4,000.
000 worth of clav products, such ss
brick, tile, pottery, terr-cotta and Are
clav materials were used in the vicinity
of Portslnd alone last year, and but
$1,000,000 worth of these wer manu
factured in Ore iron.
California and Washington bav for
aume years spent thousands of dollars
investigating the mineral resources ot
their territory, while Oregon has done
practically nothing in tbia direction.
Prof. Parka advocates a more thorough
knowledge of the geological resources
of the state, through a careful investi
gation the results of whicn msv be
published tu the world. Thus the
cement man. for instance, will be at
tracted here to develoo the limestone
deposits just as thev have hitherto been
develoved in the atates north and south
of as through the dissemination of ac
curate information regarding: auch deposits.
When you bare rheumatism In your foot or
Instep apple Chamberlain's Liniment and jroa
will get quick relief For sale bv all dealers
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
Abstracts to O.V.L. Property
v Bk, eac trac f land -n Lake Co.
O C or eak ovvn Lot m Lakeview,
ff m W r Oregon, including first deed from
' the Company.
Get our special prices for Abstracts of Title to any
real estate in Lake County.
FOR THE FARMER
Free bacteria for the raising of leg
uminous croos. such as alfalfa, peas,
beans, and clovers, will be furnished
to the farmers of Oregon upon reauest
bv the department of racteriologv at
the Oregon Agricultural college. The
experiment station experts have been
busv preparing this material tor the
Inoculation of soil for some time, and
will send full directions for its use with
each culture. Those desiring the ma
terial should send their rrouests at
least two weeks In advance of the time
tbey wish to use it. stating what leg
uminous cruDS thev desire to raise,
snd how much land thev Intend to
Anv one who has examined the roots
of a tbriftv plant of thia sort of crop
know that there are found on the roots
small lumps. known as nodules.
Scientific study has shown these to be
caused by bacteria infecting the roots,
and tbst unless these are present, a
good stand will not be obtained, show
ing that the bacteria are necessary to
the full growth of the plant. If the
soil does not contain the bacteria, a
good catch of the crop may not be ex
pected. Bv using these cultures the
proper bacteria may be introduced into
the soil. Where a croo has never been
grown on a piece of land, as where
alfalfa is being introduced, or when
the stand obtained has not been satis
factory and it Is anown that the lack
was not that of sufficient lime, such
cultures can be used with good effect.
They will not. however, correct lime
deficiency, nor will the bacteria thrive
in acid soil. For this reason, lime
should be applied where needed before
the culture is used.
dishonest real estat men are held re
sponsible for th misleading advertis
ing which hua brought thousands of
people from the eastern states only ta
find their dreams blssted.
These psoers sre only chance in
stances. Every newspaper in the East
snd the Middle West will feature this
utterly false and misleading story,
because It will be conaidered good
"copv." Oregon's opportunities are
drawing people in thousands from less
favored regions, and arguments against
Oregon however false thev may be
If th real worklngmen of the state
were behind tbia muguidsd movement
the situation would be bard to under
stand. When it la known that it is the
work of a few demagogic leaders who
are olaving for their own personal ends,
the truth becomes apparent.
Oregon will survive this unwsrranted
and cowardly attack upon ber good
name. Oregon offeis too bright a fu
ture to the man who ia willing to work
to suffer long from those who seek
merely to discourage the worker.
A Good Position
Can be had by Ambitious young
man mid Initios io the field ot "Wire
hW or mil war telegraphy. Since
the H-hour law liecntnt rRi-clve, nn1
since the wtrvleea compftnh ar es
tunnelling stations throughout the
country there Is i grent alionnge of
Ul'grniher. Positions, pay begin
ere from 70 to tK) per month, with
good chituce of advancement. The
Nntlotinl Tclegmtin Inwtltntlo" ol
1'urtlnod, Ore., operate under sner
virion of R. K. nod wlrvli'M olTUIrtU
and places all graduatta Into posi
tion. It will pay you to write them
(or full detal's.
OFFICIAL mK ECTOR Y
senna a L
President VYIIIsm It. Tan
Vice President , Jsmaa a.eiiai n.ea
Secretary ol mate riuietiaer Knot
aeeretary of Treasury franklin Mei'Vslgb
Secretary ol War Jeroli H I'll klnaoa
a I tor ni-7 Oesjerel.. ....tleorye W. M li kersliant
Postmaster Oeueral frank II, II IK linonk
Secretary of Hsvy, tieurge Vn I.. Meyer
Berreiary Interior W, A. tuber
ao-retery ol Afcrlrulnue Jsnn s V) llena
eeoretrry of (outmvroe hsrles Nsgel
ChlelJuatlos Charlie Howard W hile
U.S. tension t ominlsaloiiei
W. a. Richards, U.S. Laud I inn in lloner
0. A. COLLEGE TO
"Agriculture needs men for leader
ship in agricultural thougnt and
activity," ssid Dr. Jsmes Withvcombe.
addresRsing the Agricultural Club at
O. A. C. "and it ia expected that thia
college shall do its share In auoplving
this clsss ot men for the farms of Ore
gon. "The field for leadership is brosd and
open. We need men not onlv Dosseeaed
with the art of making two blades ot
grass grow where but one grew before,
but men with the ability to organise.
tu prevent economic wastes. The
mstter of croo distribution presents
one of the greatest agricultural prob
lems of todsv. Note the waste annually
occurring in our state, it is estimated
that the farms of Oregon produced
last vesr commodities approximately
valued at $14.000.000. Fullv half of
thia found its wsv to the channels of
trade, and fifty per cent of this was
consumed in the cost of distribution.
In other words, it costs the farmers
$31,000,000 to msrkct $162,000,000
worth of produce. This tremendous
marginal difference between what the
oroducer pavs must be reduced. Con
servation, intelligent agricultural or
ganizations are the solution of the
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
Sea Mowing: Machine
The first sea mowing machine has
recently been launched at San Diego,
California, for the purpose of cutting
the millions of tons of kelo and sea
weed that grow along the coast.
A gasoline launch has been fitted
with a horizontal jack shaft revolving
at right angles to the keel. Two ver
tical shafts are fitted with four foot
blades that revolve at high speed 10
feet below the surface. The mowed
kelo floats ashore, ia taken out and
dried and later is hauled to a factory
to be converted into fertilizer. Ex.
John F. Stevens, formerly president
of the Sookane. Portland & Seattle
svstem. has secured for his new com
pany a $60,000,000 contract for con
struction of a big railroad in Spain.
After leaving the northwest Steve. n
went to New York, where he organiz
ed the John F. Stevena Engineering
Comoanv. with offices at 65 Wall street,
taking J. P. Morgan and Baring Bros..
London as silent partners. According
to the contract this comoanv will con
struct the railroad and turn it over
ready for operation to the Spanish gov
ernment. While connected with the
northwest Hill lines, Stevens lived both
in Spokane and Portland.
China Gets Bis: Sum
The International syndicate of tank
ers representing the United States,
Great Britain, Germany and France,
has placed to the credit of the govern
ment 320.000 taels. approximately
$1224.000. and also agreed to pav (ha
Chinese representative abroad $126,
000. Next week S420.000 ia to be paid
to the government at Pekin.
The bankers Intend financing the
government or governments until
Chinese finances are restored to the
normal condition. They expect to ad
vance $4,200,000 or $24,900,000 within
the next two or three months.
The United States transport Warren
sailed this March 9 for Taku. thirty
milea from Tien Tain, with seventeen
officers and 468 men of the Fifteenth
Infantry on both.
81JBKCKIHK FOR THE EXAMINER
Novel 1915 Features
On his return from Washington.
President Chas. C. Moore stated that
Secretary of State Knox had issued in
vitations to foreign governments to
participate in the Panama-Pacific In
ternational Exposition: that Secretary
of the Interior. Fisher had promised
that the Yosemite and other National
Parka in the West would be improved
and rendered as attractive aa possibly
bv 1915: that the Treasury Department
will issue Government gold and silver
coins commemorating of the Exposi
tion : and that the Post Office Depart
ment will issue soecial stampa before
the Exposition opens.
To Wall Street
Teddy Roosevelt. Jr.. has ault the
furniture business and San Francisco,
to embark in the Wall Street game.
Young Theodore baa been employed
as a salesman in a furntiure concern
since going to San Francisco three
year ago. He announced at that time
that he was going to learn the business
from the ground up.
Recently he went to New York and
while there made arrangements to enter
the banking business.
It pays to be prudent
when it comes to pro
tecting your gardens
from the squirrel vnrmin
NAIL & REYNOLD'S
SQUIRREL AND GOPHER
FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
erreiary ul Slate
riu at. futile InairtK'lloa. .
Pan y and food Onm
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, . J. W. Halley
Jnsetnan I'ourue, Jr.
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SI ITS judicial Msvaivt,
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Attorney li. V. kuykeuileil
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The Reflex Edge
Iteepe out every drop of walet from the
Iron! ol tHe PATLNTtD
Fish Brand Reflex Slicker
aaakinc this the only thoroughly water
proof garment oa tho market. Sun
pie. easy to faelen only S buttona. YouH
fud the Rfitm very eervkeehla,
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nairr m atiiuiiikt i in hi
icaooi at lu a. m. I'oarhH.g eery bundey at
It a. m. and 7 Sup. m. Aueurtb laraeue every
wnday errnlug at:t4. Vrsyer Uea-iius T burs
Jayat 1:m p. m. cnoir uawiiny. at a. sup, a
Ledlvs' Aid ker .lo.lsr at l:o u. as.
everybody cordially laiilui all a-r.ltva.
M. T. MIHS, i-ssuir.
r.ltnT HAnihT CHllti M OK t.AhaViKW
rraat'liiijs service at HAM ami J:i f at oe
1st sud srd Bun. Kuinlar lat booi at lo A a)
auuior twoiety at t.m I'M. H.i.uai vouna
feoule's I nine tllmfllon r-n (.unaay
r-reyer alvetlur at J:SU f U Hedueauay eval
aiu. Kvrrybudy Inrltnl to aiti-us ail ear
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at S:Uu.nd lus.m ; Kusrry st ?:.sj i.ui. Mass
t-aurt-b. MAHiiAK m IIMIIT, aj.
tv.1LhK,J1l,VltK,A'N I'IKH OK lKIC
, tuceu lu Hie slsentilv Hall. Muudey
tbo;l at lo:0u A.M.: Morning (Hrvlrr at ll:uo
h.eultia hervive el 7:ao. frsycr Mr. una on
Mrduasdaya st 7:au f.M. AU are rordleii? la
vltd. HAV. H. a. l-KVet. 0. U .l aswr.
The Orrson. ( a
llornla and Nev Ail
Live Miock Fro tit
'Ion Association, o
huh the under
stoned Isa member
will give IMOJU0
reward loi eyldnnoe
leading to lbs r
rest and conviction
ol any party or par
lies stesllne horses.
ratlin or mulra be
longing to any ollts
la addition to ihs above, the nnderslsned
offers cn the same condition tM O.oo for all hurs
ts branded borse-ahoe lsr on both or either
isw. Brso4 recorded In sight counties. Kanee
Haraey, lka and Crook oountlrs. Horses
vented when sold.
Nous butyrown horsaesold, and nulylu large
eabobes W. W. HaowM. rile. Oregon.
SHINGLE MILL OUTFIT
Consisting of boiler,
engine, mill with 2 saws,
1 drag saw outfit, wag
on and logging dray.
Will sell cheap.
ml4 Sec J. A. WOODS
(TJTGood wiring is
1 1 the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it
'"'' "AhUM lltlli i OS iriMlat I.AKg
at Kew rina crera. on-aon. Krearbing ear
su-es at 11 A M and 7.-0 K M ol rath hunday
ol every nmntb. ruulsy fn liool at lu A at.
Krayrr Kvrvlce at l.kou wailueadsy etsulue
ol ravb weed All are cordially invited to
alteud I be services.
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aalatpd uievtluss rsiurda, ou or U-lorn lull
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Ai-ril tb. Msy r.tn, Juuu ub. mil hpeolal
iiiuetiiigs ui,i. te.ll. gt-narally rlatunlay even
loss. Mali lug bretursn welcums. W.Lai
fsluumpauu, W. M. A. W Ortou.Hec'y
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Mnrts every second and lourtb Thursday ol
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Hail: May K..s.. ( j. Jlol Ar,
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J'ii" .7 .." "etureay eveiiuis j,4.i
,"" ''"i , from tV.o.ei
to April l,aud at a oiriock Iroin Aprt 1 io
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l,i0;,;.KrI-AKICV,.KW ami mknTnoTI
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aVu i i . -n moiun in OiM Keilo
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Masoulo ilsll.st 7:soo'ciock. '
Visiting memlMirs are cordially Invited
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All I'ractlce Egct'pt U. 3.
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
OrriCK-baly Buildup. Uk"". ""Mk
J, I). VENATOU
Attorney at Law,
OFKII,K Daly Bnlldltn.
Land and Law Ofilc
Abstractor ol Titles
W. I'AIR Thompson"
Attorney at Law
Oince in O. V. L. Coa llulldinK
S. A. MUSIliSN.
Murveyiuir und Kmrtn
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