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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1912)
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Everything In the
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and home furnish
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ON THE MARKET
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Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
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LAKEVIEW . OREGON
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ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AUT010BILES OPERATED IN CONNECTION WITH THE 5TAQE3
Klamath Falls Route
Davis Creek Route
Oavl C ek
LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
Abstracts to O.V.L. Property
for each tract of land in Lake Co.
for each Town Lot in Lakeview.
j Oregon, including first deed from
( tne company.
Get our special prices for Abstracts of Title to any
real estate in Lake County.
$2. 50 1
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
A WANT AD IN THE
Lake County Examiner
WILL BRING RESULTS
0. A. C. PRACTICES
W. J. ARCHER
S. A. MUSH EN CO.
SURVEYING, MAPPING AND
BLUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY
BLUE PRINTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP TLATS, 1.00 EACH
WHITE PRINTS OF GOVERNMENT TOWNSHIP PLATS, 11.25 EACH
LAND REPORTS MADE
Fortlaml Tekram: The American
emigration into Canada which Louli
W. Hill, president of the Great North
em pointed out in yesterday's Tele
gram, aa auch a serious menace to the
upbuilding of the Northwestern state,
ha, aa a matter of fact, reached alarm
ing oronortions, and there icfmi to tie
no end to it.
Not only are tbousanda of practical
farmers from the great agricultural
states of Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wis
consin, Michigan and others being
drawn across the international bound
ary through inducements of low rates
and cheap lands, but they are pouring
millions of dollars of good Yankee
monev into the Canadian coders.
The morement fortunately, has not
gained any appreciable strength from
the farming districts ot Oregon and
Washington, showing that once the
new settlers are brought here from the
East they become permanent and pro
ductive citizens, but where the situa
tion doea affect this region is that the
Canadian provinces of Alberta Saskat
chewan and British Columbia are
drawing heavily in new population
from the very portions of the United
States where the Western railroads of
America are sending fortunes in ad
vertising and exploitation and from
which Oregon and Washington would
naturally derive most of its new pop
Statistics received here a few days
ago by Frank R. Johnson, general
agent of the Canadian Pacific Railway,
showed that on March 1. the initial
day of the present Spring colonist rate
sesson, there were en route to the
Western Canadian provinces 32 solid
train loads of immigrant movables, all
or which bad passed thfough the Winni
peg and St. Paul gateways. A great
bulk of this enormous movement hRd
originated in the Eastern states of this 1 cream
"Our figures show," said Mr. John
son, "that more than 125,000 immi
grant arrived in Western Canada last
year, and of this number fully 30 Dcr
cent were from the United States. On
ly about two weeks atro, J. S. Dennis,
assistant to the President of the Cana
dain Pacific, who was on a visit to Port
land, told me that the indications were
that more than 200,000 new settlers
would find homes in Canada this year,
or an increase of 30 per cent arove the
highest previous record, .And our com
pany and our land department, re
cently reorganized under the titlo of
the Department of Natural Resources
and taken over the Canadian Pacfiic
Colonization and Irrigation Company,
is preparing to handle a crowd of tbat
size. These settlers are seeking not
only the free hometead lands, but our
company will sell to new settlers this
year fully $12,000,000 worth of new
landsnd much of this will be taken
by American farmers."
That Mr. Johnson's figures as to the
colonist movement into Canada are
very conservative is apparent from the
statement made yesterday to the As
j aociated Press by Consul-General IFos
j ter at Ottawa, who says that new sett
lers are flocking into that country at
the rate of 1000 a day.
The Canadian Pacific does not limit
1 its immigration movement to the
Sprint? and Kail colonist rate seasons,
. but has in effect exceedingly low one
' way rates from the United States
; points all the year around. The com
pany also has a scheme by which it
! offers to practical farmers "made to
j order" farms, upon which it will build
I for the new settler a house, barn and
other necessary bulidings, dig a well,
i put in a windmill, furnish seed for 50
i acres of wheat and the farmer pays j
for the land and the improvements out i
; of the crops in annual installments of
from 9ix to ten years.
So great has been the migratory
i movement into Canada that there is
much suffering in tome of the more
populous centers. Only yesterday Con
sul General Wilbur at Vancnurver is
sued a general warning through the
press of the United States warning
American laborers to keep away from
Western Canada. DisHpmntment over
lower wages and higher cost of living
us well as a surplus in the labor mar
ket, he says will meet those who seek
employment in that field for the pre
vent. Wilbur la authority for the state
ment that a much larger number of im
migrants has already been attracted
to British Columbia than can be pro
vided with employment and he adds
that hardly a day passed during the
Winter in which he was not called up
on to assist destitute Americans back
to the United Statee. No less than
3000 Americana have returned to the
United States from Vancouver alone
since last November.
It was to counteract the vast and
greatly Increasing movement of
American farmers into Canada that
Louis W. Hill and other prominent
railroad men and numerous state gov
ernors and commercial organizations
formed the Northwest Development
League and similar bodies. It is to
hold in check this outward movement
and to attract settlers from the East
ern states to this part of the country
that Hill and his fellow workers are
bending their energies.
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis. Oregon, April 13. "Going down:"
that Is what the price of dainty lunch
eons is doing in the domestic science
depratment of the Oregon Agricultural
CoUeee. Beginning with the elaborate
meal served Governor West a couple
of weeks ago at a coat ot 22 cents for
each person, thj girls have become
more and more expert In economic buy
ing and planing, until the luncheons
have cost 15, 14. 13, and yesterday 10
cents a plate. It is a practical illus
tration of the way the domestic science
department la finding solutions for
the problem of the hluh cost of living.
The 10 cent luncheon, served by Miss
Nell Sykes of Salem and Delia Purvce
of Seattle, Wash., to a half doten pro
fessors, had beach blossoms as decora
tions, and included in the menu baked
beans, Huston brown bread, creamed
potatoes en casserole, celery and let
tuce salad, peach shortcake with whi
ped cream, and coffee.
At the same time the Misses Clare
Pierce,, Lt Grande, and Emily Miller,
McCoy, served a 13 cent luncheon with
fern 'decorations to eight other pro
fessors. They did all of the cooking
in the Soyer paper bags to prove that
black and greasy kettles and pans were
unnecessary. I he viands served were
roast pork with apple rounds baked
pontoes, brown gravy, hot rolls, gin
ger Ravarian cream, coffee, wafers and
Two H cent luncheona were served
to other groups of faculty men last
week. Miss Clara L. Harlzog, Lake
view, Lola Irwin, Corvallia, prepared
one at which President Kerr and Sen.
Peirce of La Grande were guests of
honor. They gave them a mashed fruit
cocktail, breaded veal cutlets and
brown gravy, macaroni and cheese in
ramekins, hot luncheon rolls, orange
served in orange cups, and
coffee, on a tnble decorated with bloom
ing Oregon grape and lighted candles
in crystal scenes.
White crocuses and lamb's tongues
were used in decorating the table for
the other 14 cent luncheon, at which
there were six voung instructors, whose
fare was mint lamb scuffle, creamed
cauliflower, French fried otatoen,
luncheon rolls, Ravarian cream in large
melon moulds decorated with white
iridiums and sunshine cake.
It pays to he prudent
when it comes to pro
tecting your gardens
from tlio squirrel varniin
HALL & REYNOLD'S
SQUIRREL AND GOPHER
FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
, 1'rniM. nl Villlam II. Tali
Vim 'reatdnt Jemra S.Hhai man
rtccraiarf ol staia I'tiiiaiMli-r Knot
awaiatart l 1 rraaury.,.., freeklln MerVelsh
1 Tiiirf il War. J a. II luckltiaou
! Attorney llrnrreJ Ilnirm W. Wlckaraiiam
I Jt.ainia.lnr Ofltnral Plana II. Illlcluwk
I Spiral ary i( Neyy Ilnifin Vim I.. Mayer
i Secrntery Interior A. Klahar
m ratary ol Arl.iiltiiie Janice Vi liann
tk-ercu; -y ol tummaru I lierlce Naaol
Chlvl Joan Charles lwarit M hit
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I.. II. Alderman
. M. H. Iniiilwar
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
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I Jonathan llonrne, Jr.
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W. F. PAINE & CO.
f!P r Tower's
Is made for rough wear and
long acrvire in the wetteat
weather. It will not daap
point you in either reaped.
SI ITS $1.00 SUCKERS $1.00
J POMMEL SUCKERS $1.50
efCfWERjf SolJ Everywh ere
A. J. Tower Co.
Towaf Canadian Co., LtJ.,
rt II loronto
(I. II. atortfmaa
til I' luilknap
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Arthur W. (iiiuu , . .
f ira v t'roiisiniilur
OIIIhiM II Krnwn HoMrTlaor
Nelaou J. Illlllliaa OlalhK Aaalalaut
Noriuall Jwobauu rulrat Aaalataol
I), r. Ilrriiuau tiiral Clark
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at aiMil Hupt, j. y. Wiiilta
Surveyor a. A. Muauan
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County Stm-a Imiwlnf,, 1). I'. Mallny
Town ur i.AkfcViavi.
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K. K. lii'bry
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Irraaurer frai k MUd
Iruatwa J. M. uuutrr, II v . aiingan,
V . I-. V li:L
Ifornla and N
"So your club is Kolni,' to jjive a Iw
ture toiii-lity" suld the Lull sulTruKclle.
What will be the tojilc?"
"Home lndUHtxltn." responded the
"And what do you consider boini In
"Why, our huslmnds, who renmln at
home mid mind the babies nnd wash
the dishes while we utleiij the club."
n. f a
t.lio Htork iTotiT
lon Amv-iailiiu, t
wiiirh I ho nnili-r
Igned la a mi'iuovr
1(1 v- t 111000
rawaid lot arldimca
it'adniK to li
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. () jVa.t ami convli ttun
jlol any pany or par
i'i aaiiioulxl III In II - nUNDA V
Wi4o.il al lu a. in. I'rrarlilng avrry huoilay at
il a. in. and 7 au p. m. .i.ottu Uuv riuy
-unday f Toning at :. I'tayrr Mi-i tiug 1 liura
day at 7 :nu p. in. I linlr uirriing at S:.iup. m.
uailli-.' Aid Krry ilii..l t at l:i p. to,
r) body cordially llirllr.l i.i all - nlrva.
M. I . milK, l aator.
a'..' HAI1IM t III M II tit I.AkfcVIIMt
l r. aiding mtvIi at HAM and 7:.i I1 M on
lat aud .d huu. nun. lay N ho.il at 10 A M.
iiulor rKHivi) at :.i I'M. Hini.l Voung
I'coplo'. I ul.in m l:.i I' M mi ia ti hunday.
Irayir M.tinu al 7:.PM Mriinui.Uy t.
mug. kyury botly Invited i.i an. n4 all anr
' hfc,V. A.r .M.M.MuNS
I Aim i. H III Kill - h fcKY M Mia V M AHH
at :ou aud lu a.m. ; Koaury al 7;:j n.iu. Maaa
on Karkilaya at 7:uu a in. (v-n I. . in tlia .Saw
1 liurt li. MaIHIAm m II SI II I , h.J.
It was 4 a. in., and linking cropt
Ruftly Into the bouse and ri'iimvud hi
sliix-s. but ns bo tlptoiil upstnlrs out'
of the tn-ads (rave a loud creak. "It
thnt you. John?" demandiHl Mrs. Mil
kins from ntiove.
"No, my love." replb'd Iillklns.
the stairs." Judge.
tlen ati'alliiM horai'a.
rattle or miil.'a Ik
longing to any ollta
In addition to tlir alOTa, the iindrralaiird
ilili on tha aarne condition I o.ui for all Intra.
a brandml borae thito bar on both or rlihar
ta Brand rtHord. d lu rlglit roiintl-a. Katige
Harnr-y. Ika and Crook rountlca. Ilorai'a
ranlfd wnan aold
Nona outgrown hnrtnaold, and only In large
enncnaa w . . ukowm, Mia. or. gini
Broke It Gently.
"Toll broko your cuKagcinent
"Vf-s. but I broke it gently."
"Told her vhnt my salary wi
J, N. Watson
Farm Land a Specialty
One day little M.irslo saw n dray
loaded with lildi-s iimhmIiii; the house.
"Oh, inaiiiuin." she xrlnliuud, "there
gin's a man with o whnle stack of
ci'ws' ovcn-imts!"-Chl an(i News.
Cl-AKK & WKKiHT
WAHHINUTOX. I. C.
pi w.ic land mattkkm: pisai. PHuor
DI MKKT I. ANUS,
. rONTKHT ANII MISINU ( AHKM Ht ltlpr
ASHOCIATR WoHK FoR ATTOKSKVS
Must Be Pretty.
Ho-Have you ever looked In the
t'lass when you are nnfrry? She No:
I'm never angry when I look to the
A petition was circulated last week I
asking the Department at Washington!
to establish a postoffice at High Grade. '
The document received manv signa- j
tures, and it is thought the oflice will j
soon Le installed.
M. D. Hopkins
milec: Flynn Uhlx., S. WutvrSt
Lakevlow : : Oregon
Notice to Sheepmen
Aly corrulH In CniiuiM I'ralrlo will be
ready fur ehcariiiK by May 15. (Jooil
rrip' surroiindlno; corrals. All are
t'speciully Invited to elieur there.
Good Csllfornia crtw. Terma Tun
Get your Heed ontH from Lakeview
Merc. Co. Car load Utah seed oat
My Hhuep corralH will lie ready for
Mlicaring by May 15. Id ma McDan-k-U.
If you )iav troiilde in gutting rid ol your cold i
you may know that you aru not treating It j
iiropi rly Tliere la no r ani wliy s (told ahoiild
liang on for i-oka and It will not If you taku '
Cliamljurlaiu'a CoiikIi Jd uiitdy for aulu by ell
Meit'a fine rade underwear white I
HhIh. and French bulhriggan at B ,
If you want good potatoes at a
low price, niieJ. S. I.une or E. It.
Terms reawonublo to alieepmen for
Hheuriritf at m v 'orralH In t'limas
Prulrle. Itosa McDauleU. al8 Jnl5
TTTGood wiring is
1 1 the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it
HhM' rilhnliY I t.KIAN lllt'Kt II OK I.A k K
V II W. lu. i i. lu ino alaaoiili; Hall, huuday
rv lio.il al IU:oii A.M.; Homing h.nl,i.i il:oo
Kiriiiiliig H.TH.O al :;iu. I r.r alrvliug ou
Hrdii.adaya at 7:i P.M. All aia coidially lu.
Tlt.d. Kk.V. W.B. PKYnl., H. H.,l'a.ur.
Hivr.1 liAl ilnl 1.111 in up i,iHmt I.AKk
at N Plua l.fu-t, Ori gon. Prrarlilng ear
yircaai II A M and 7:.Vi- SI of rail, hunday
ol evarr niouili. huuday kihkiI alluAal.'
Pray. r M rvlm at 7:30 on wt.ln. ..) vPulug
of ia li until. All ara cordially invited to
atu ud the aurvlci a. .
HKV. L. K. IIKMiKKHON.
LAKKVIKW l.oliiitNo 71, A. P. A A. M. Ilolda
.lai.'d inr. liiiu. tiniiirda, on or Ix lorc. lull
iiiimiu. January J.IU. Man i .'n.l. Mari li Mitti
April 7lti, May .111 , Juiki '.Mill. Ili hprt'lal
in.- llnij. ii imi ii call. gun. rally baiurday avi-u-lugs.
Planing l.rull.rm .iinip. ft , Lair
llioim.ii.il. . M. i A. W. ortoii.iH-c'y
A O. II. W.- I.AKKVIKVS UllUiK So. 1J1.
M.v la ryary avt oud aud lourlli Tlnirulay ol
uaili inolitll. III Ma. Mr Hall, l-annii-w.
Cliaa. lounlligM-u. M.W.; Win. Ountliar, K.
UMiltkh OK IIONOIt LAKK.-IIOHh u ...i.
Ko. 57, P. ol II., A. O. U. W Movta .1-1 and
imru i iiuraoaya oi rai n miuilli ., mmn
ol II.: J. IH'lla Arinar. I..
C ol 1 .! Al.u,.da
Hall : Mm y i .i.i. c. i i
ol II.; Una Miylcr
I. O, O. K-l.AKEVIK.vi UIIMIK, No. 03, I
i.r., iin eia vynrj haiuiuat rvnnlllg ...
Vllowa Hall, at 7 :.'kl o'iiIim V, Irolu Oiuoi . r I
to April l.and al a ulilwk ln.ni Ai.ru 1 in
rx-pii uiU-r su. I). , Hcuila, N. O.: . .
i. O. O. P.- I.AKKVIfcW KM AMI MKM' No. I
I. O. O, t., mrcia ii, i, n,,i a, d,iri Thura
day VTcniuga ol vai Ii luoiitli lu odd Kcllowa
Hall, Uuuvlcw. C. Ii. Arlliur, C. e., a. 11
d amuioralt-y, ncribu.
KKI1P.K All Uibdkj-I.AKKMhH UiIhTk. NO
W, I.O. O. p., mice, tiio anc.uid aud iourib
Krldaya ol va. Ii u.outli lu Odd Irlmm Hi.. I,
ilra ni'lla I In n. y, N i, ; Mi. IxniUu Hirk
man, V Alliu uuuilug, Irvaaunr: M ii.
O. a,. . OKltMAI. C11AI-I KH, No 6, I.A K a.
in-..viL-K.iu,-iiivu4 mi iut.a.lay,ou o
lore lull moon aud two wm'ka tlii'ruall
Maaoiilc Hall. at 7:M o'clock.
V tailing uminLiura aro cordially luvtiud
I. II. I. It. IIAUUIS, W. M.
All rrnctlce Etcept U. S.
Land (Jthte Itual leant.
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
Let the Examiner figure on
your next Job Printing.
Attorney at Law.
Ijinil M altera Mprlalty
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
Katabllihed ISSN Lake-low, Ore
W. J-AIK THOMPSON
Attorney at Lew
Oflice In O. V. I.. Co.'m Itiiilding.
J. I,. LYONS, D. D. 5.
Office In Watson's Block, Lake
KlKht Vear i eaperlenoe In Michigan.
Mrailnate of Lnlrerally of Mlehlgea.